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THE HOOD RIVER NEWS, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1911
NEW ELECTION PRECINCTS
CREATED IN THE COUNTY
(Continual from l'ave 1)
the I nine line, thence eiixt on the lniHe
line to the xoutheiiHt corner of town
hIiIu 1 mirth, runnel) K. W.M.. theme
north tilonif the enxt lioniuliiry of
Htild towiiHhlp to the HoiitheiiMt i-or-ner
of Hectlon I'l, hhIiI towiiHlilp ji ml
rmiKe, thenee eilMt 'J inllen to the
HouthefiHt corner of Mectlon !(), town
ship 1 uorth, rmte 10 K. V. M.,
thence northerly 4 mile to townnlilp
line, thence weHt 1 mile, thence north
to the point of lietflnnlntf.
The new liolirxlurlc of Udell, P.uld
wln, KHt and Center nre hh follow;
Odell 15elnnlnj at the noutlieiiHt
corner of H.t.ttton 1, towiihhlp 1 north,
riiiiue 10 K. V. M.. thence wet 4
tulle to the northeiiHt corner of Mec
tlon II, Hiiid towiiHhlp mid ratine,
thence northerly 1 mile iiIoiik the
An East Side Twenty
Five Acres, 4 to 8 year apples
Twelve Acres, yearling apples
Half Acre, 3 year pears
Near Church, School, Station and Store
The Hood River District Land Co.
THE SMITH BLOCK
HOOD RIVER, OREGON
cunt boundary of Mectlon 5 to town
Hhip line, thence went 1 mile, theuce
uorth to the Htream of Mood itlver,
thence down mild Htream to ltn Inter
Hectloti with the north and Mouth
center line of Mectlon 14, lowiiMhlp 'i
north, range 10 K. V. M., thence
Month on Hiild line to the center of
Mectlon L':t, Maid towtiMhlp and ratine,
thence eaMt one-half mile. Mouth one
and one-half iiiIIcm, thence eant 1 mile,
thence Moiitherly to the point of tie.
liultl win l'enlnnlnt; at the Mouth
eaMt corner of towiiHhlp .'t Mouth,
range 10 K. W. M., thence north Is
inileM to the liane line, thence went 1
mile to the HoutheaHt corner of
towiiMhlp 1 north, range 10 10. V. M.,
thence north on the cant line of Maid
towiiHhlp 5 mllcH, thence went to the
MouthweHt corner of Meet too 4, town
Mhlp 1 north, range 10 K, V. M.,
thence Month .'! ml lew, thence went 1
iiiIIcm, thence Mouth 2 iiillen, theuce
weMt on bane line to the northi UHt
corner of towiiHhlp 1 Mouth, range II
K. V. Ml, thence Mouth on went I hie
of Hald towiinhlp to the Houthwent
corner thereof, thence went to the
went boundary line of Hood River
county, theuce miutherly along said
bounilary line to the Houthwent cor
ner of Hood Itlver county, thence
eiint to the point of lieglnulng.
II U) LOCK MCCOIMIMELL
Real Estate And Insurance
Next to Mt. Hood Hotel
Unimproved Farms a Specialty
Office phone 45-L, Residence 345-K
Real Estate Bulletin
$5,000 -Thirty-two acres in Wil
j low Flat Section, close to rail
I road, church and store, on the
main road, red shot soil. Two
pieces of this description are on
the market at the present time.
Terms $3,000 down.
$1,750 -Five acres 4 miles out;
house and barn, part in trees,
balance cleared on the main
road on West Side. Mortgage
$G00. Want cash for equity.
$2,000 New bungalow and barn,
lot 100x100 on corner, near High
School. This prioe for quick sale.
GEO. W. DIMMICK
Real Estate and Insurance
Room J, Smith Block
Hood River, Ore.
G. Y. EDWARDS & GO.
Office Hotel Oregon Bldg.
Phone No. 2K
W. J. BAKER
APPLE AND STRAWBERRY
LAND A SPECIALTY
Hood Itlver Center Iw-Klnnlntf at
the Interned Ion of tlie ntteiim of
llooil Itlver with the north and
hoii tli center line of Hectton 14,
towuHhlp 2 uorth, rmiLje In K. V
M , thence north to the Month line of
Mectlon:.'';, towiiHhlp 3 nortn, rune
ID K. V. M , thence eant to l'lini'llne
Ave., thence eant on Morrln Ave. to
Twelfth Mtreet, thence Mouth on 12th
Htreet to Iatju. Htreet, thence ennt on
I .en a Htreet to Sherman Ave. and
euMt on Sherman Ave. to Itn InHernec-
tlon with the Serpentine road, theuce
eanterly on Hald road to ltn lntentec-
tloo with Fourth Htreet, theuce nouth
on Fourth Htreet to May Htreet,
theuce eant on May street to A Third
Htreet, thence Houth on A Third St.
to the center of section ::ti, townnlilp
3 north, runu 10 E. W. M., thence
eant to the Htream of Hood Itlver,
thence up Hald Htream to the point oj
F.ant Hood Itlver IleglnnlnK at
the southeast corner of Mectlon 9,
towdnhlp 2 north, range 11 F. v. M.,
theuce went three uilleM, thence north
one-fourth mile, thence went to the
Htream of Hood Itlver, thence down
nald Htreem to Its Intersection with
with the eant and went center line of
neetlon 30, townMblp 3 north, ranue
10 K. W. K., thence went to the center
of nald Hectlon 30, thence uorth to
May street, thence west on May
Htreet to Fourth street, thence north
on Fourth street to Its Intersection
with the Serjientlne Itoad, thence
northerly on nald road to Its Inter
Hectlon with Sherman Ave., thence
east on Sherman avenue to Its Inter
section with Third street projected
south, thence uorth to Columbia
river, thence easterly along the
south hank of null river to the east
boundary line of Hood Itlver county,
thence south on said bonndary line
to the point of beginning.
PACIFIC AND HYDRO
(Continued From Patfe l)
and under their Instructions Its em
ployes have been working hard to
get the plant ready for operation
January 1st. Representatives of the
company have also been endeavor
ing to renew contracts with consum
ers who were to get service Jan. 1st.
As many who had contracts with
the Hydro company now believe
that they will get some concessions
from the l'acltlc and that the Hydro
company may sell out to the latter,
they are refusing to renew and nre
awaiting developineiitsl to take ad
vantage of the turn of events.
(iovernors' Special Attracts Attention
The (ioveruors' Special, carrying
an exhibit of state products his been
visiting the principal cities of the
country anil has attracted great at
tention every where, and Oregon has
been favored with more Interest than
any other state, judging from the
great nuinlier of Inquiries asked of
those on board.
It pays to advertise.
TO BE TRIED AT HOOD RIVER
The cade of K. F. Sharp vs. W. II.
iiobertsou and the I'. S. Fidelity V
(Guaranty Co., which was et for
trial at Cortland. In Multnomah
county' on the 20th Inst., has been
brought to Hood Itlver county for
This Is an action brought by K. F.
Sharp to recover S.VMj damages off
Mr. Itoliertsoti and the Surety Com
pany because Mr. Robertson con
tracted to clear 00 acres of land for
Mr. Sharp, near I'arkdale, for $'',imi,
ami the Surety company went his
bond for the faithful performance of
the contract, and Mr. Robertson was
unable to clear the land for that
amount of money, fc. V. Stark Is
the attorney for Mr. Robertson ami
the Surety com puny, and Attorneys
Huntington and Wilson, of l'ort
laud, represent Mr. Sharp.
Schubert Trio Pleases Audience
A large anil appreciative audience
gathered ut the I'ulharlan church
Thursday evening to hear the Schu
bert trl'j, a local musical aggrega
tion that will give a series of concerts
here this winter. The trio Is com
posed of William Chandler, violinist;
Culver Osgood, baritone, and Hans
Hoerllue, pianist. The performers
gave their uuillence a very entertain
ing evening. (displaying talents of no
mean order. All the numbers were
encored, much to the delight of the
audience. The next concert will be
given Tuesday, January !, I!tl2.
Oregon Makes Hit at Chicago
At the Chicago Laud Show this
state has played a prominent part.
Oregon Day, December 7tb. was
marked by a very large attendance
of Interested people who were eager
to learn more of Oregon. At St.
Paul's Laud Show, which opens this
week for 11 days, Oregon will also
be represented by delegates and an
exhibit. These big features will do
much to polut land-hungry people to
this state, where agricultural oppor
tunity awaits them.
For the world's championship
Don't fail to see this ball game
in MOTION PICTURES
AT THE OEM
FRIDAY & SATURDAY, DEC. 29 & 30
We Wish you a
$12.00 Boys' Overcoats
$10.00 Pendleton Blankets $8.35
Fancy Colors, Satin Uound, Pure Ore
gon Fleece Blue Label Blankets. CO QC
$8.00 Blankets as above . $6.85
$2.50 fluids' Coney Coats
Sizes 2 to
Xmas Special . .
$7 to $8 Misses Coney Coats OA QQ
(i to 10. Xmas Special. yTiUU
Xmas Gift Spc'ls
orous to mention
in limited space.
You can complete
your Xmas pur
chases HERL in
comfort and with
out loss of time.
All Stocks arranged for
easy selection and marked
in plain figures
Children's Lambswool Hose
in white and colors on
imas Special . . UU
$2.50 Long Yelour Kimonas 01 QQ
Satin Trimmed. Xmas Special y I lUU
$1.25 Women's Felt Slippers, OQn
Fnr Trimmed. Xmas Special UuU
Wool Fascinators and Scarfs 1 0n
Xmas Special.. . I 0U
Old Fashioned Shawls at OFF
These are samples recently bought and
only one 01 each pattern. The
price starts at
Children's Felt Slippers
Fur Trimmed and Plain. Xmas Special
ALL PURS in Sets and Single Pieces at
Merry Xmas to You
Its time to plan that DIN
NER now and it will be very
little trouble if you come
here to buy.
! JUST A FEW SUGGESTIONS
Fresh Eastern Oysters, Cel
ery, Lettuce, Unves, rickles,
Raisins, Currants, Figs,
Dates, "Chrse & Sanborn's
Seal Brand Coffees," Gold
MedarButter, Mince Meat,
Nuts, Candies, Popcorn,
Oranges. For your conven
ience our store will be open
Thursday, Friday and Satur
THE STAR GROCERY
"GOOD THINGS TO EAT"
Perigo & Son
ALL KINDS OF FOWL
you never see again. Installment money paid on the
right kind of A Home of Your Own is money
put back into your own pocket.
Improvements on Pine Street
have greatly increased the value of lots in niddle
ton's Sub-Division, but they have not risen in
price. Cement Sidewalks on Pine Street, City Wat
er and Sewer. Expense of connection small.
Abstract of Title Free
with each lot bought for cash. Just 24 lots left.
Prices $25o.oo to $300.00. Easy Terms.
If you want beautiful view select lots on Top
of Hill, near steps. The Original Hood River Town
side Company is closing out its lots at very low fig
ures and with easy terms. Lots run in pairs, 50 ft.
E. and V. by 200 ft. N. and S. New Sewer Line.
Prices $450.00 to $500.00 a pair.
Reed & Henderson,
Two Doors North
" of Postoffice
J. H. HEILBRONNER& CO.
For Peal Estate Bargains
in Totun and Valley
Hood River, Oregon
LEADS ON THE HEIGHTS
Bahery, Coifectlonery, Fruit, ice Cream, soft Drliks, Etc.
AUTO DELIVERY OF LARGE ORDERS
Come in, try our Piano, and feel at homm
k. " : 1
lBragg Mercantile Company
can bo purchased liore ami wo
warrant thorn in the finest condi
tion, because they are carefully
reared for market purposes. We
have Pucks, (loose. Chickens.
Hroilers. all plump and healthy
and tine looking. Whatever you
want in the Poultry lino you can
get here at very fair prices. I5ut
it is the quality rather than the
price upon which wo lav stress.
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET
T. C. Yorxu. Prop.
JOHNSON BROS. & HALE
Groceries, Furnishings, Shoes, Hardware, Etc.
Agents for Bane Wagons, Racine Hacks,
Baggies and Farm Implements
Pine (irove Orange Building V an Horn Station
F. B. SNYDER
B. B. POWELL
i nood River Plumbing company
Sanitary Plumbing and Heating.
Tinning and Sheet Metal Work.
Repairing Promptly Attended.
GARAGE-We have the asrency for BRUSH and
CARTERCAR Automobiles. Let us give
you a ride.
Jp You are going to have your Auto over-
hauled this winter let us figure on your
VUlC3IliZing 00n6 0ils- Gasoline and Auto Accessories,
Tubes. Casings and Batteries. Visit our
Garage for repairs and supplies.
J. F. VOLSTORFF
1216 0 Street. Hood River Heights
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