The Hood River news. (Hood River, Or.) 1909-current, April 26, 1911, Page 9, Image 9

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    THE HOOD RIVER NEYS, WEDNESDAY, APRII2G, 1911
9
LIVE STOCK AND FOWLS
Por Sale S.C. RHODE ISLAND
T KED E(1GS for setting. IVn
No. 1. Headed by son of sweep
stakes Cock and 1st Hen at Seat
Ite exposition and brother to 1st
Cockerel at the last Portland
show. He has proper shape and
jrood rich color in all sections,
mated w ith a select pen of pul
lets and hens that are splendid
winter layers. Ejrjrs $ per 15.
Ten No. 2. Headed by a Cock
of proven merit as a strong
breeder, mated with a pen of
trood type females for general
utility. Etfjrs $1.50 per 15. Fer
tility jruaranteed. E. V. Batten.
Phone LX)12-M. 9-22
Bee Supplies It will pay you to
see or write me, if you want
anything in the line of bee sup
plies. Satisfaction guaranteed,
and you have the benefit of my
experience. Cash discount for
early orders. V. V. 1 akin, 1205
7th street, Hood liiver, Or. 12-tfc
For Sale 10 year old 1150 pound
road horse. Splendid traveler;
will work sinKle or double; KC-n-tle;
bav. Drs. Shaw it Bronson,
phone 31 or 3-115. 17-lS-c
For Sale Thoroughbred white
leghorn single comb eggs for
setting. $1.50 for setting of 15.
Address, Harleigh Glass, Hood
Kiver, Oregon. lGtfc
For Sale--Iirown Leghorn eggs
for setting. Best laying strains.
Write J. L. Carter, east side,
phone 1J7M. 17-lS-c
For Sale Several light teams,
three second hand hacks and
three second hand wagons. Taft
Transfer Co. 7
For Sale Three ponies broke to
work or ride, and two second
hand hacks. Mc.duire Bros, li-tf
Wanted One or two settings
Indian Runner duck eggs. J.
E. Slade. Husum. Wash. lG-l'Jc
For Sale A good work horse,
price $-10. Inquire of A. V.
Boorman, phone 302X. 10-17-p
Wanted -2000 pound draft team.
Address 15. H. Thomas, Dee,
Oregon. 10-17-c
For Sale Good farm horse, wt.
1200 pounds. Price $75. Phone
20C.2M. 15tf
Wanted - A g(xd milch cow.
Cutler Bros., phone 210-X.
10-tfe
W
'anted - Good
Collin, 3202M.
cow. C.
17-lSc
E.
BUSINESS CARDS
Notice to Apple Tree Planters
N'ealeigh Bros. Square Deal
Nurserv Co. I. C. Nealeigh,
Sholls. Washington County, Or.,
and J. T. Nealeigh, Hood River,
Or. We are going to have for
sale for the spring planting of
l!(12 some Newtowns, Spitzen
burgs, Arkansas I51acks, Winter
Bananas and some of other
choice varieties; also Clark's
seedling strawberry plants. We
would be glad to receive any
communication from you in re
gard to same. Yours truly,
Nealeigh Bros. 17-2 lp
OAK DALE GREENHOUSES -We
have a fine stock of 2 year
roses, our own growing many of
the newer varieties, at $3.50 to
$5.00 per dozen. Shrubs, vines
and ornamental trees; a nice lot
of Catalpa and popular f to 10
high. Hardy Perrenial plants.
Will have all kinds of bedding
plants in season. Cut (lowers
and Elorial designs a specialty.
Potted plants at Frunze hardware.
Our prices are reasonable.
The Pioneer Florists, Fletcher
& Fletcher. Phone 1972-M, Hood
River, Oregon, tfc
Loan Agency Loans olFercd.
$500, $700. Loans wanted,
$300. $f,00. $1000, $1200, $1500,
$2000, $25(H). Apply to A. W.
On thank. 305 Oak street, tfc
F
or Sale-' Oil meal at White
head's. 4-tf
LOST AND FOUND
Lost - A watch c harm $20 nold
piece with initials C. S. S. on
one side. Finder please leave at
this of lice. 10-tfe
Lost Brooch, red coral cameo
with oriental setting. Finder
please leave at News oliice. 1G-I7c
REAL ESTATE SECTION
For Sale If you are. looking for
a home in the beautiful Hood
River Valley I can sell you 5, 10
or 15 acres, partly set to young
Newtown apple trees 1J miles
from High School; li miles from
Hood River city limits, west side.
If you want to get a home in the
Willamette valley, 17 miles south
west of Portland, in the Tualitin
valley, in a good vicinity, I can
sell you 5, 10, 15 or 20 acres, un
improved, brush and timber,
good land. If you want to work
for a home, come and see me or
write. J. T. Nealeigh, R. D. 2,
Hood River, Or. 15-22c
For Sale Caddy Ranch, fifteen
acres, one and three-fourth
miles from Hood River postof lice,
0 rods from Frankton school.
All improved, 9 acres in fruit; 3
acres in 7 year old bearing trees.
All stock and tools go with the
place. Spring wat-r piped to
house and barn. Enquire Frank
Caddy, phone 333L. 17-20-p
Wanted Improved Hood River
farm, ten acres or more, that
must be a bargain. Three Port
land lots valued at $1000 and $000
as first payment. Address A.
Wilhelm. 309 Jefferson street,
Portland, Oregon. 12-tfc
For Sale Twin Oaks Farm, of
forty-three acres. This is one
of the few desirable places along
the river front left for sale
within 80 rods of the city limits.
Address the owner. S. F. Blyth,
Hood liiver. lG-17-p
For Sale Five acres near Park
dale in best commercial apples,
$250 per acre; easy terms. Also
5 acre tracts uncleared $125 per
acre. Fine land. Grand view
of mountain. Address Box F.,
News office. 17-20p
For Sale At a bargain by own
er, corner lot 90x110 feet, 6
room plastered house, built in
buffet, all in good condition, cor
ner May street and Park Ave.
Call at residence, tf-c
For Rent -Rooms for rent from
$1.50 to $3 per week. Lighted
hnd heated and next to bath.
Also furnished rooms for light
housekeeping. Phone 130L. 7-tf
For Rent Furnished room,. gen
tlemen preferred, 187 Sherman
avenue, just 'above postoffice.
Phone or call in morning 291-L.
8-tfc
For Sale Ten room house, with
bath, barn and two lots. In
quire at premises, 3GG Columbia
street, near 8th. 15-tf-c
F
'or Rent Furnished flat. Apply
to J. L. Henderson, Inc. 15tf
FOR SALE
For Sale Donkey engine, 9x11,
1100 feet one inch main line,
2000 feet five-eights trip line,
blocks and all equipment for im
mediate use. For quick sale
$1000 cash. Joseph F. Thomp
son. Parkdale. li-tfc
For Sale Piano, for a very small
sum. One of the very finest
instruments made. See it at
once. F. E. Matt, south end of
Jerico lane, West side. lG-17-p
For Sale - Columbia Grapho
phone, in first class condition,
also records at half price. Phone
210X. 17-20-p
For Sale Cheap, or to rent, fully
equipped prubbing machine,
Swinton No. 2. Telephone Odell
2x5. 17-18-c
For Sale-Rubber tired buggy,
used four months; price $55.
Inquire C. P. Ross, Oregon Ho
U'l. 1G-I7p
i'hone It')
14 Oak St.
House and Yard Gleaning
GARHAGIiAlAN
Ashes, empty cann and all rubbish re
moved at once, on order
DAY WORKER
Mouscclennint:, cooking or chopping
wood done on demand
YAMA &. KAWA
TYIpphon lirtwwn 7 and 10 p. m.
IIOCkUNHI RKY & HARILUTT
ARCHITECTS
lloilhrnnncr HuiWinir
ll(H)l) hIVKR. OKKCON
i'hon M
EMPLOYMENT
Wanted Position on ranch by
married man who understands
ranch work; experienced in Hood
River; wife could help in the
fruit season. State full particu
lars and appoint time for inter
view. Answer No. 4, care of
News office. 13tfc
Help Wanted Man with team
and tools to move on 20 acre
fruit ranch and care for same.
Good house and barn. In lower
valley. Dickerson & Peck. 7-tfc
Wanted A practical nurse
wants confinement cases; doc
tor's references. Will do house
work. Call at 812 8th street.
17-20c
Cree Employment Bureau Bap
..Tfc Hit . 1
tist r arsonage, corner mn ana
'ine. Address, J.R.Hargreaves,
hone 212-L. ll-17p
Wanted -By man with small
family, position on ranch. Ad
dress Sam Nell, 812 eighth St.,
Hood River, Ore.
MISCELLANEOUS
Wanted A foxhound pup; also
a beagle hound pup. Address
L. F. Morse, phone 2G3-L. 16tfc
Wanted-To trade blacksmith's
outfit and stock for heavy
team. F. E. Harris. 10-tfc
NOTICE: DON'T BE DISTURBED
By the thought of the
many imitations and ad
ulterated food products
now on the market. Do
your trading at this
grocery and you'll know
exactly what you are
getting.
When you order any particu
lar food product here, you
receive just what you ex
pect, both in quality and
quantity. Think that over.
Insist on National Biscuit Co. Cookies;
They are the Best
The Star Grocery
"Good Things to Eat"
PERIGO & SON
Whitehead's
Utah Land Plaster
Arsenate of Lead
Vitrol
Lime and Sulphur Solution
Lime
Seed Oats
Vetch
Whitehead's
We print our pnper MONDAYS and
rLLM)AS. Copy required Monday.
CITY COUNCIL ACTS
IN STREETMATTERS
After (HhcuhhIiik tin mutter freely
the city council M'unl.i.v nlnht In
structed the Judiciary commit tee to
brlnjr in Hti ordinance irnvlilin fur
the oillnj? of l-'tli ft ret the oil to lie
applied hot mid to le nlipliccl liy the
uhuttlim roK-rty owner, oiling
State wtreet wait lo drought up.
It wan stated that property ownern
on that Htreet would prohahly have
the exennp of the work done by ul
Hcrlptlon. The ordinance providing
for the removal of thMleH wum put
In effect with a penalty attached for
ltd violation.
The in-inner of providing for Htortn
water on I'lrnt Htreet occiiHloiieil
lon dlMCUMHlon When tlilx wax tirnt
brought up it wait decided by reso
lution to have the expense paid out
of the cliy'H tjeueral fund, the water
to lie turned into the sanitary sewer.
It wan stated by City Knj;lnecr
Morse that the expense of taking
care of the water this way In the dis
trict proposed to be paved would
probably not be oversow. The ex-IK-udlture
on First street wan es
timated at $1.10. It was alsoclaiuied
that It wan customary for the city
tit large to provide for the drainage
of .surface water. Several members
of the street committee were of the
opinion that the eoht should be as
sessed to the abutting property.
The contention Monday night oc
currred when ud ordinance was in
troduced providing for the payment
of the expense out of the general
fund. After the matter was fully ex
plained and au opinion given that it
was the custom for cities to awsutue
this expense, the ordinance was
passed, Council men Howe, Early,
llugglus, und Smith voting for it on
the final vote and Ccuncilnian Wright
agalust.
The annexation ordinance was
passed and cemeut walks ordered laid
on State street from Second to Ninth
on both sides of the street where not
already In. Cement walks were al
so ordered on Oak street from
Ninth to Fourth on both sides where
not already provided. The matter
of grading Cascade avenue, Oak
street and Ninth and Eugene streets
was also discussed and referred to
the street committee.
An effort to revive an ordinance to
put electric light nnd telephone wires
underground was lost. It is claimed
that the ordinance would entail an
enormous expense on the companies
owning the lines also the property
owners who would be forced to
make underground connections.
MARSH, BAD CHECK ARTIST
IS LOCATED IN CANADA
I.. J. Marsh who recently ab
sconded from Hood Kiver after cash
ing a number of bad checks on Hood
Kiver merchants is reported to tie In
Canada, having been located in Van
couver. 15. C.
Marsh's whereabouts is said to
have been discovered by the National
Cash Register Company from whom
lie obtained a register nnd afterward
sold.
As It will be necessary to work
through the State Department at
Washington to get a requisition for
lit in nnd negotiations will be some
what expensive, It Is not ttelicved an
effort will le made to apprehend him
while out of I'nlted States territory.
HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETES
TO COMPETE AT CORVALLIS
The invitation of the Oregon Agri
cultural College to t he high schools
of the state to send their athletes to
the liiterscliolastie track meet May
lit and Li) has . received hearty re
sponse, acceptance of twenty having
been receive! already, including
those at Cove: Hood Kiver. Baker
City, Oregon City, Astoria, Meclford,
Salem, I Vndlitou, Eugene, Enter
prise, Wooilhurn, I'nlon, Albany,
Corvallis, and t he 1'ortland. Wash
ington. Jefferson. Columbia, Hill Mil
itary, and Allen's Preparatory
schools.
(irace V. B. Church News
rrajermeetlng Wednesday evening
from T : : U to v:t. Following this
service, the adult Bible class will hold
a social and business meeting In the
reading room.
The Ladles' Aid Society will meet
at the church Friday afternoon.
The Sunday services will lie as fol
lows: Sunday school at 10 a. in.;
Preaching at 11 a. m ; Christian En
deavor at 7:1" . in., and Evangelis
tic service at " p. m.
The l!ev. Parsons will speak at
both the sen Ices Sunday.
Oak (irove Church Notes
Purlng the Spring nud Summer
months Sunday School will lie held
at 2::t0 P. M and preaching at .'l:l.Y
Kev. Mr. Ilollenlieck recently from
Oklahoma will preach next Sunday.
Work on the new church goes
steadily forward. A "Bee" to lay
the shingles will be held on Thurs
day of tills week. Luncheon will be
furnished by the Ladles Aid Society.
Come out, help, and, have a good
time.
Bagged wounds are painful ami
cause much annoyance. If not kept
clean they fester nnd become rr.nrilng
sores. Ballard's Snow liniment Is
an antiseptic healing remedy for
such cases. Apply It at nigh! before
going to bed and cover with a cot
ton cloth bandage. It heals In a few
days. Price L'.V, iic ond fl.tm per
bottle. Sold by Clias. N. Clarke.
BE WSSE
' Agitat your gray mutter.
Ion't wait until von are all run
down. Keep Keyed up,
BEEF, WINE $ IRON
tones up t'.o run-down system and
maintains t'..c tor.ed-up system. It is
tonic and food Li concentrated, quick
leung torm.
It purifies c.id enriches the blood,
increasing and mai.nainii.j those little
red corpuscles tliat indicate vigor and
sustained health a suro insurance
against malignant and chronic dis
ease. It is remarkable in its effect
in giving strength, energy and in
creased appetite. Pleasant to take
and a most economical medicine to
use. Large Bottles, 75c. ' g
She WexaU Store
G. A. PLATH, DRUGGIST
ALBERT SUTTON
Hrchitcct
Hall Buildino
Hood River, Oregon
C. G. VAN TRESS
Public Stenographer
AND
Notary Public
ELIOT BLOCK
Phone 308-M
W. J. BAKER
Real Estate
Loans
Insurance
APPLE AND STRAWBERRY
LAND A SPECIALTY
Correspondence Solicited
A. V. ONTHANK
NOTARY PUBLIC '
Dealer in CITY PROPERTY
Legal Papers carefully drawn. j
Money loaned on First Mortgages
Lire Insurance in best Companies. !
Surety Bonds of all kinds. !
Stenography and Typewriting. j
Business promptly attended to. j
305 Oak Street Hood River '
M. iMIGUMA
Japanese JVovclttcs
Kutane and Tokyo Dishes.
Bamboo Furniture.
EMPLOYMENT
OFFICE
Oak Street, Horner 1st
Phone 160
Bargains In City Property
7 room modern residence
in Al condition, 1 block from
the Park street school. Lot
100x100. Price $3500. Easy
terms.
7 room residence near Oak
Street. Strictly first class.
Fine lawn; garage. This is
underpriccd at $4000. Terms
easy.
6 room cottage on Cascade
Ave., nearly new. Price
$2200. Investigate this.
We Have a Large List of City Property
G. Y. EDWARDS & CO.
Office Oregon hotel Building
rnNB .'3
Tin i-tirnvt tri-ntmi-nt fur cutu,
liurn. Hotlilx, imiihN. norrn, hiinlwi
ken, rhi'iiiniitiHiu or iHiiriiliil'i In 1 1 ; 1 1 -hird'H
Snow Liniment. 1 1 l lirnlltiif.
IMiit'trntltiir ninl nntN'tti which
I cvcrvlliliitf t ti j t I titnlcil to
1 effect n complete cure. I'HitL'.V, .W
iniiil$llH per bottle. Sold liv I liax.
N. ('Inrke.'
Micro kills the Dandruff para
site , soothes the itching; scalp,
fives lustre to the hair and
stimulates its growth. A
single application gives relief
and proves its worth. Do not
be bald. Save your hair be
fore too late. Micro Is
delightful dressing for the
hair, free from grease end
sticky oils. Booklet free.
HOVT CHEMICAL COMPANY
PORTLAND. OHtaoN
For Rent
Desirable offices in the
new Heilbronner Bldg.
These are the best ap
pointed offices in the
city. Get a comfortable
office and watch your
business grow.
J. H. HLILBROINMR, Owner
SuliHcrilie for the News.
IF YOU ARE GOING TO BUY AN
AUTOMOBILE, GET A
Garter Car
The Friction Transmission Automobile
Q During the past few weeks this car has sur
prised many by the ease with which it climbs
Hood River hills. It is known as the
Simplest Car on Earth
every owner being able to make all necessary re
pairs without the aid of a machine shop. It's
simple control (OXE LEVER) has made it
justly popular with lady drivers.
There are no noisy gears to strip and because
of this, the cost of maintainance has been re
duced to a minimum.
r --
If you want a car of high efficiency and low cost
of upkeep just ask for a demonstration and con
vince yourself.
IRELAND
Hood River Agents
Phone 1962-K
Well Drillings
DONE
STAR WELL DRILLING OUTFIT
FOR PARTICULARS ADDRESS
APPLE LAND & ORCHARD COMPANY
HOOD RIVER, OREGON
Offlct. No. 9 Oak Slrtet
Wewanjto call your attention to the fact that
We Deliver Groceries and Feed
To Our Country Customers
No extra charge except on feed, which is live cents
a sack. FLOUR UOKS ITiKE. The deliveries are
made on the West Side Tuesdays and Fridays. Fast
Side, Mondays and Thursdays.
Phone us your orders and the groceries
will be delivered at your door.
Yours for business,
WOOD'S GROCERY
Jlfl
"DE-LIGHTED"
is what "Teddy" will say when
he calls to sue you some eve
ning. Of course you'll have
to "show him" that it's
ELECTRICAL WIRING
and bulbs from here that you
are using. Great men the
world over acknowledge the
superiority of our work. Ma
terial used is always the best.
HAVE US DO
YOUR WIRING
DEAN & SHAW
Office Phone 3
Residence 272M
INVEST I.N HAY LANDS
We are offering several interesting
buys at Camas Prairie. B. E. Duncan
& Co.
& SPRAGUE
Quick
Successful
Satisfactory
W ITH A
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