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THE HOOD RIVER NEWS, WEDNESDAY. JULY 10. 1912
UPPER VALLEY NOTICE
List your places for special attention with
WARD IRELAND CORNELL
Upper Valley Real Estate .'. Insurance
Improved and Unimproved Orchard Land
Hood klver Connection
Uty Y. i;DVAKLS & CO.
Phone U. C. M. Ranch. Parkdale
77-Odcll Upper Hood Klver Valley, On.
Ortley, Newtown and Spitzenberg
True to name nursery stock. One
and two years old; fine thrifty
trees; four to eight feet. It will
pay purchasers to inquire before
buying their spring stock.
PHONES 2052-X AND 205-X HOOD RIVER. OREGON
White Salmon Ferry
We wish to'announce to our patrons that we have
secured a landing just north of the station on this
side of the river.
DEAN & SHEPLAR, Ferrymen.
F. B. SNYDtR
B. B. POWELL
: Hood River Plumbing Company
Sanitary Plumbing and Heating.
Tinning and Sheet Metal Work.
Repairing Promptly Attended.
ESTIMATES FURNISHED CASCADE AVENUE
tt it rrrm v . v ; v i v n-rrrrm j ar ;t iTrrrrrrnfTrTTria:
HAVING purchasedthe "entire interest of E.
Brayford in the Rockford Store about three
months ago, we are now in a position
to serve you with all the highest class Groceries at
reasonable prices. We invite your patronage and
will serve you to the best of our ability.
r.ivi: rs a trial
MERCER & CO.
I'HOMi NO. 5
WAKlIhOUSli ON f:IRST STRUCT
Transfer and Livery Company
Freight. Express and Baggage Transferred
Furniture Moved. Stored or Packed
done with a
STAR WELL DRILLING OUTFIT
FOR PARTICULARS ADDRESS
APPLE LAND & ORCHARD COMPANY
HOOD RIVER, OREGON
Olflct, No. 9 Oak Street
Phonei. 26 or 7002
DRAYING Express anp baggace
Furniture and Pianos Mo tied
All Kwds of Light and Heavy Work
Wood Yard and Feed Store in Connection
Office I'hone 29
TAFT TRANSFER CO.
J. M. SCHMELTZER
F. A. BISHOP
HOOD RIVER ABSTRACT COMPANY
"Accuracy" is Our Motto
Office in New llcilhronncr Ituildtng I'hone 2.1 flood River, Oregon
WHY IT IS HIGH PRICED.
There I little question that In many
ectlous of the went the prices of
fruit lumls have bti-n boosted to
point not justified by returns tbat can
reasonably be ex(MK tud In the way of
fruit production, but In many other
Instances the valuation Is mere than
lustlfled by returns. An instance in
which UiU was true Is furnished In
the case of an apple ranch of eight
acres located In the Payette district
In Idaho. A careful account of all ex
penses was kept for the season of
1010, at which time the trees were In
the neighborhood of twelve years old.
While eight varieties of trees were
represented in the orchard, 450 of the
5' 15 trees In the tract were Arkansas
Black, Home Beauty and Jonathan,
numbering 180, 170 and 100 trees, re
spectively, for the varieties mention
ed. In the fall 0,077 boxes of apples
were gathered. Of this number 6,048
boxes classed as extra fancy and sold
for $S,104.80; 2,310 classed fancy and
brought 12,541, while 1,319 boxes were
choice and brought $1,050.75, making
a total of gross receipts of $11,758.
The orchard expense, including inter
est on Investment, and the care of the
ranch and trees came to $1,545. The
harvest expense, including all items,
was 33 cents per box, or a total of
$3,193, which, added to the above,
makes the total expenses $4,738. Sub
tracting this amount from the gross
receipts leaves a net profit of $7,018,
or $S77 per acre. A query that natu
rally arises in view of such a showing
as this Is, What Is land tbat will pro
duce such a net revenue per acre in a
Ingle year worth?
THE BORER PEST.
It Is the season from this on when
the apple trees should be looked over
carefully for the borers that often
work Just beneath the bark, at or Just
below the surface of the ground. The
presence of the borer is quite often
Indicated by the brownish colored ex.
creta thrown out as Its very sharp
maw gnaws at the life of the tree.
But this superficial inspecUon is not
enough. Besides looking closely with
the eyes, the earth should be scraped
away to the depth of an Inch immedi
ately around the trunk with a knife
(we have found a hook bladed pruning
knife excellent), and, if a borer Is
found, Just enouph of the bark should
be cut away to give the direction in
which the post Is working. When lo
cated approximately It should be prod
ded with a slender wire or a pli
able twig. In case the varmint can't
be located easily more bark may be
cut away, and when the Job is done
the wound made may be covered with
a pack of moist clay. Some who have
tried It state thnt the Insertion of
the heads of a couple of phosphorus
matches Into the chamber which the
borer has made under the bark will
put it ouf of business. This may be
worth trying, but trees thus treated
should be wotrhed carefully to see
that the match heads do the business.
AN INTERESTING COMPARISON.
A Scotchmon whom the writer en-
oyed a pleasant chat with the other
iav and whose speech still has a rich
md musical twong called attention to
iin interesting difference, as he viewed
It, between the attitude of his fellow
Scotchmen anil Americans in the mat
ter of the appreciation they show for
agriculture oud for poultry and stock
raising. He put It this way: That the
Sootrh folk would be on a tiptoe of
nterest while inspecting the animals
at a stock show, while the American
was largely Indifferent and most any
iliiv would n good deal rather witness
an automobile race or airship flight.
He attributed the condition noted to
he fact the European farmer is In
love with his work and primarily In
terested In It, while in A merit 'a a uia-
rltv of the tillers of the soli feel no
professional Interest In their toil ond
follow it merely as n means of livelihood.
A GOOD IDEA.
A friend who Is thlnklug of moving
to n new locality where both agri
cultural and climatic conditions are
quite different from those in the sec
tion where he has been living pro
poses to Ik n bit slow about buying.
That Is, he Is going to hire out In the
new section and spend several months
before making a serious attempt to
buy hltn n plate. This Is a right good
plan, and it would lie well If more peo
ple followed the same plan. If. after
getting quite well acquainted with the
new country, he likes It and the pros
pects are good he can Invest. If not
and he wishes to return to the old
home he can do so and be out only his
enr fare and Incidental expenses, which
ought not to Ih considered a heavy
barge for the experience which he
THE OYSTER SHELL SCALE.
This insect seems to le a second
jouslti to the San Jose scale, but is less
Instructive to the orchard, due chief
ly to the fact that the female oyster
scale produces but one batch of 100
eggs or less, while the female of the
latter scale produces ten generations
if 4(K or more young In a single
season. In both Instances thorough
praying with n concentrated lime sul-
ihur solution Is recommended during
the" winter months. For a summer
pray for the oyster shell scale n black
eaf (tobacco) solution made up at
ho rate of one to seventy has been
found to give good satisfaction, and
this will lie the more effective if a cre-
ol or lysol soap Is added to the solu
Nutlet t Creditors
Iu the County Court of the State o!
Oreicoii for Hood llvtr Comity.
In the matter of tin Wtte of 1'hlllp
Kol Inn. ueceuMtMl.
The umlerNtumMl having bri ap-
poluted by the County Court of the
State of Oregon, for ll"oo i;iver
County, AfirntnlHtrfitrix of (he entate
of 1'hliip Kollan, deceased, ami hav-
nir mmllfled. notice in nereoy given
to the creditor of, and all per-noiiM
having claim agatut nald demeaned,
to orenent them, verified an ren wired
by law, within nix month! after the
date of thin notice, which Maid date
will l the date of the hrt publica
tion of the Maine, to Maid Adn.lnUtra
trix at the otllce of K A. & A. l
Keed, her attorney, at No. VM) Sec
ond Mtreet In the City of Hood Klver,
Hood Klver county, Oregon.
Mama Thkkkha Koixah,
a Administratrix of the CHtate
of Chlllp Kollaa, deceaMed.
Iated June l'Jth, Hill'. LVi
Notlci of Hearing on Final Account
Mary bet h S. Crowell, Executrix
In the County Court of the State of Or
egon for the County of Hood Klver.
In the matter of the Eft ate of (ieorge
V. Crowell, Deceaned.
Notice 1h hereby given that the un
designed hh Executrix of the Entate
of George 1 Crowell, deceaMed, did
the llth day of May, Hil2, duly tile
her final account an such executrix
with the Clerk of the County Court
of Hood Klver county, Oregon, and
that on the l!Hh day of June, 1112,
the Judge of Hald court duly made
and filed an order fixing a day for
the hearing of objections to Hitch fi
nal account and the settlement there
of and fixing the 2oth day of July,
111-', at 10 o'clock a. m. at the court
houe in the city of Hood Klver,
Hood Klver county, Oregon, as the
time and plaee of such hearing.
Now therefore, all persons inter
ested in said estate are hereby noti
fied to appear at said time and place
and sho a cause, if any they have,
why said final account should not
be allowed. In all things, approved
and confirmed and said executrix dis
charged and said estate be declared
settled and closed.
The day of the first publication of
this notice will be June iWth. Vrt'2.
Dated June 24th, 1112.
Maryukth S. Ckowki.i.,
As Executrix of the Estate of
(ieorge I. Crowell, Deceased.
L. A. & A. 1. Keed, Hood
Klver, Oregon. Attorneys. 20-30
In the Circuit Court of the Sute of Oregon for the
County of Hood River.
Jease W. Riby. plaintiff, va. W. H. Ruskirk:
J. P. Buskirk; Annie Bunk irk; S. O. Buskirk; J. R.
BuHkirk; Sarah Buskirk; Kate Arnold; W. H. Ar
nold; Martha Winans; Audubon Winans; Spence
Mc BoKtrs; Mary E. Botnre; J. Nickeiaen; J. P.
Watson. I. Nickelsen and W. H. Bishop, aa Trus
tees of and for the Methodist Episcopal Church in
the United State of America: Columbia River An
nual Conference of the Methodist KpiacopaJ
Church, a corporation; Trustees of the Methodist
Kpiscopal Church, a corporation; also all other
persons or parties unknown, claiming any right,
title, estate, lien or interest in the real estate de
scribed in the complaint herein. Defendants.
To W. H. Buskirk, J. P. Buskirk. Annie Bus
kirk. S. O. Buskirk, J. R. Buskirk. Sarah Buskirk.
Kate Arnold. W. H. Arnold. Spence Mc iUwSt.
Mary E. Bufffrs, J. P. Watson as Trustees as
above named, Columbia River Annual Conference
of the Methodist Episcopal Church, a corporation;
Trustees of the Methodist Episcopal Church, a
corporation, also all other persons or parties un
known claiming any right, title, estate.lien. or ut
terest in the real estate described in the complaint
herein, and each of them. Defendants.
In the name of the State of Oregon: You are
hprehv rmuired to atnar and answer the com
plaint filed against you in the above entitled suit
on or before the last day of six consecutive weeks
from the date of the first Duplication of this fcum-
mons, and if you fail so to answer for want there
of, plaint tT will take judgment and decree against
vou as follows, to-wit:
1. That he is the owner in fee simple of the
following described real property situated in the
County of Hood Kiver, State of Oregon, to-wit:
l.ot One (1) in Block Two (2) of the Town of
Waueoma, now an addition to the City of Hood
River, according to the map or plat thereof, now
on h e and of record in the omce of the Lounty
Clerk of Wasco County. Oregon, and transcribed
and recorded in the office of the County Clerk of
Hood River County, Oregon, and that he is entitled
to possession of the same.
2. that the above named defendants ana earn
of them have no right, title, estate, interest or
lien in and to said real property, and that said de
fendants and each of them be forever barred from
asserting any claim whatsoever in and to said real
3. Kor his costs and disbursements herein, and
for such other and further relief as shall to the
Court seem eau Stable.
You are hereby served by publication of this
summons by virtue of an order of the Hon. l. K.
Castner. Judge of the County Court of Hood
River County. Oregon, duly made, granted and
datid on the 2Hh day of June, 1H12. for the service
of this summons uoon you by publication thereof.
and in accordance therewith, and which order
prescribed that the time for publication thereof
shall he for six consecutive weeks, and the 3rd
day of July, 1H12. as the date of the first publica
tion of this summons, and you are hereby further
notified that said date ia and will be the date of
the first publication of this summons.
Dated June th.
L. A. & A. P. RFRD.
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
27-33 Hood River. Oregon.
Notice of Summons
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for
the County of Hood River.
Hood River Orchard I .and Company, a corpo
ration. Plaintiff, vs. Herman G. Gilcher, Defend
ant. To Herman G. Gilcher, Defendant above named:
In the name of the State of Oregon, you are
hereby summoned and required to appear and
answer the complaint filed against you in the
above entitled suit within six it') weeks from the
tirst insertion of this publication, and if you fail
to so apiear and answer herein, the plaintiff will
apply to the court for the relief demanded in said
For a judgment and decree to correct a mutual
mistake between the parties hereto by reform
ing a certain deed, given by plnintitT to defendant,
covering certain property in Hood Kiver county,
Oregon, which deed was recorded November 8,
HM1, in volume six f of d4ed records of hood
River county. Oregon, at pa:e 4V. thereof, so
that the dectiption in said deed will read as
Beginning at a point on the south line of the
southeast quarter (SE 1-4 of section thirty-three
ISO, township three i'A) north, range ten (10)
east of the Willamette meridian. Hood River
county, On-mn. which point of beginning is one
hundred and thirty-tive tU."- ni -st of the
southwest corner of the southeast quarter (SE 1-4)
of the southwest quarter ISW l-t1 of aid section
running t hence north parallel to the went line of
an quarter section 84.8 rods; thence west IS JW
chains, "mote or less, to the center of Phelps
crek: thence in a southerly direction along the
center of said creek, as follows: south fifty-three
degrees, west X)2 chains to a point in said
creek; thence south five degrees, thirty :n min
utes, west 2.W chains to a point in said creek:
thence pouth forty -six 4td egn-es. east 2.21.1
chains to a point in said creek; thence
south fourteen degrees, forty 40 1 minutes
west 2, 4.r chains, more or less, to a point where
the center of said creek intersects the south
boundary line of said section thirty-three 11;
thence east along the south boundary line of said
section 1.V20 chains to the point of beginning,
containing 13.11 acres, more or less, save and ex
cept a strip of land thirty feet wide com
mencing at the southeast corner of the above
described tract, and running thence west along
and north of the south line of sani land to the in
tersection with Phelps crevk. to he used for road
For the costs and disbursements of this suit
and for such other and further relief as the court
might deem just and equitable.
This summons is published pursuant to an order
of the Honorable W. I,. Brndshw, Midge of tht
above entitled Vourt, dated June l. li'li
Date of first publication July l'1. 1 'IX
Date of last publication August mi2.
B. K OCMAS.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Kotlci of Salt of Land
In the County Court of the State of Oregon, for
Hood River County.
In the Matter of the L state of Charles P. Ode 11,
Not lee is hereby given that pursuant to an or
der duly made and entered by the Judge of the
above entitled Court on the 3rd day of Junv, A.
D. IH12. i. the undersigned, duly appointed, quali
fied and acting Administratrix of the Estate of
Charles P. Odeil. deceased, shall from and after
the 11th day of July, A. D. lalJ, proceed to sell,
at private sale, for llOuO 00 or more cash in hand
and balance to be paid on the terms hereinafter
set forth, all of the following described real prop
erty situate aear .Ode 1 1. Hood Kiver County, Ore
Beginning at a point 653 feet north of the
southeast corner of the northeast quarter of the
southeast quarter of Section 2H in Township 2
North, of Range 10 East of the Willamette Merid
ian, and on the east boundary of said sect ton :
thence running south 73 degree 10 minutes west
14-w fet, more or leas, to a point on the west
boundary line of the said quarter quarter sec
tion, and being 142.5 feet north of the southwest
corner of said quarter quarter section; thence
north along the went boundary of uid quarter
rianer section i feet to a point; thence north
4j degrees 21 minutes east 6 feet to a point;
thence north m degrees 6J minutes east 242.7 feet
to a point; thence north 75 degrees 2tf minutes
east to the intersection of said course wlthhe
south line of the present county road; thence
easterly along the south boundary of said road to
a point on the west boundary of a certain one-half
acre tract belonging to O. H. Uhoades; thence
south 7 degrees 10 minutes east along the west
boundary of said half acre tract. 210.4 feet to a
point; thence north 82 degrees 60 minute east
M.Sfeettoa point on the east boundary of said
section 2j; thence south along tha said east
boundary 12 5 feet to the place of beginning,
containing 10.65 acres, more or leas.
Also one and two-thirds (1- ) share of Stock
in the East Fork Irrigating Company, going with
The terms of sale will be as follows:
Cash in hand at time of sale ZlWtO or more
Three years after date . . . SlOnO.
Balance of purchase price payable on or before
five years after date of sale. All deferred pay
ments to be evidenced by the note and mortgage
of the purchaser, secured by the said land, and
bearing interest at the rate of (7) per cent per
annum, payable annually.
Bids will be received until one o'clock p.m. on
the 13th day of July. 112. at mv residence ad.
dreHsed to Rone Odell, Hood River. Ore.. R. D. No.
i. nox I'M; or to E. 11. Hart wig. 7 & 8 Smith Block.
Hood River. Ore,
Sale will be made to the highest and beat bidder
and subject to confirmation by the Court.
oated this 12th day of June, 1912.
Noltce of Final Account and Sattlement
?Kstate of Albert Schiller Deceased.
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned.
executrix of the last will and testament and es
tate of Albert Schiller, deceased, has filed in the
county court of Hood River county. State of Ore
gon, her final account as executrix of said will
and estate, and that said court, by an order dated
June 1th, 1912, has fixed and appointed Friday,
the 12th day of July, A. D. Id 12. at 10 o'clock in
the fusenoon, at the court room of said court in
the county courthouse in Hood River city and
county, Oregon, as the time and place for hearing
of any and all objection to such final account
and settlement, and all persons having objections
are hereby notified and required to present the
same on or before said date.
Dated this 12th day of June. A. D. 1912.
24-28 Executrix of Last Will of
Albert Schiller. Deceased.
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for
the County of Hood River.
Waring Thomas, Plaintiff, vs. F. R. Brydle and
Mary Brydle. hi wife, Kate Bartholp, Anna
Nash. C. H. Jackson. Andrew Bohrer. H. B. Mil
ler. M. T. Kretchner. H. E. William. C. J. Robek.
F. P. Strathem, J. R. Ream. Chas. Hamstadt, J.
F. J an sen, Florence Keech. L. J. Farmer. R. F.
Werthenbach. W. B. Decker. Robert Palmer. G.
O. Gunther. Hood River Commercial Orchards, a
corporation; and Northern Trust Company, a cor
To r . R. Krydle and Mary Krydle, hi wife. Kate
Bartholp. Anna Nash, C. H. Jackson, Andrew
Bohrer. H. B. Miller. M. T. Kretchner. H. E. Wil
liams, C. J. Robek. F. P. Strathern. J. R. Ream.
C riaa. Hamstadt, J. F. Jansen, Florence Keech. L.
J rarmer. R. F. Werthenbach. W. B. Decker,
Robert Palmer and G. O. Gunther:
In the Name of the State of Oregon:
iou, and each of you, are hereby required to
appear and answer the complaint filed against
you in the above entitled cause, on or before the
6th day of August. 112, which date is subsequent
to the expiration of six weeks from the date of
first publication of this summons, to-wit: the 2tth
day of June, 1912, and if you fail to answer, for
want thereof the plaintiff will aDDly to the court
lor the relief demanded in his complaint, to-wit:
a judgment against defendants F. R. Brydle and
Mary Brydle. his wife, for the sum of S2.5O0, with
interest thereon at the rate of seven per cent
from August 4th. 1910; for S250. attorneys' fees,
and his costs and disbursements; for a decree
foreclosing the mortgage in said complaint re
ferred to, to-wit: the mortgage executed by F. R.
Brydle and Mary Brydle, his wife, dated August
4th, 1910, recorded August 6th. 1910. in book 4 at
page 4J3. record of mortgagee for Hood River
county, Oregon, on the following described real
property, situated in said coumy and state, to-wit;
South half of Northeast quarter of Section four ;
(41. Township one (1) North of Range (10) East I
of the Willamette Meridian, and directing a sale:
of said property as upon execution at law, and i
the application of the proceeds of such sale to the
payment of the aforesaid judgment, costs, etc., I
and for a deficiency judgment against defendants, I
F. R. Brydle and Mary Brydle. his wife, f J the I
proceeds of such sale are not sufficient to pay
said judgment, costs, etc., in full; for a decree ad
judging each and all of the defendants in said
cause named, and all persons claiming or to claim
by, through, from, or under them or either of
them, to have no right, title or interest in or lien
upon said mortgaged property herein described,
or any part thereof, and that each and all of said
defendants be forever barred, foreclosed and en
joined from seating up or claiming any right, title,
claim or hen in or to said property, or any part
thereof, and for euch other and different relief as
the nature of the cause might justiiy or as may
to the court seem meet and just in equity.
This summons is published in the Hood River
News, a newspaper of general circulation in Hood
River County, Oregon, pursusnt to an order of the
Honorable W. L. Bradshaw, Judge of the above
entitled court, made and entered on the 19th day
of June, It 12. which provides that the summons
snail be published for six consecutive weeks and
designate June 2tith. 1912. as the date of first
publication, and August 7th, 1912, as the date of
PL ATT & PL ATT and
GEORGE J. PERKINS.
J!6-31 Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Notice of Filing of Supplemental Articles of
Notice is hereby given that the Hood River
Apple Growers' I'nion has this day filed Supple
mental Articles of Incorporation with the County
Clerk of Hood River county. Oregon, and the Sec
retary of State of the State of Oregon, amending
Article II of the original articles of incorporation
to read aa follows:
The objects and purposes of this corporation
shall be to educate the apple growers of Hood
River Valley and vicinity up to the highest
standard of excellence in the growing, grading.
packing and marketing of their fruits; to secure
all possible advantages in the marketing of their
fruit of all kinds, and to that end to establish
agencies, rent, lease, build, own and control real
estate and personal property of all kinds neces
sary therefor, and to buiht, lease, own and con
trol cold storage, ice making plants, box factories,
lumber mills, drying kilns, fruit drying snd pack
ing plants, canning plants, cider mills and vine
gar factories: to buy, lease, sell, own or control
water and water power plants, electric plants,
gas plants, and any and all necessary artificial
energy for the promotion and consummation of
the purposes hereinbefore set out; to manufac
ture, buy. sell and generally deal in all kinds of
fruit growers' supplies, such as spraying mate
rial, packing paper, appte and other fruit boxes,
strawberry crate, spraying machinery and all
kinds of farm and agricultural Implements, and
to do any an J all things not inconsistent with
thfrenerl laws of the State of Oregon, or the
purposts for which this corporation is formed as
hereinabove set out, necessary and proper to pro
mote the best interests of the corporation.
By order of the Board of Direr tors, "
ALBERT SCI ION.
Notice for Publication !
United States land Office '
The lilies. Oregon, June24. 1912.
Notice is hereby given that the Northern Pa-1
citic Railway Company, whose postoihce addies
is St. Paul. Minnesota, has this 22nd day of June,
1912, filed in this ottice its application to select un-
ler the provisions of the Act of I ongres. ap
proved July 1. 1-9. C Stat. M7. ii2i'. as extend- ,
ed by the Ad of Congress approved Mav IT
the NW S"' Sec I. 1 N , K. U Fast, W. M.
Serial No, 0104M.
Anvsind.all persons claiming adversely the
lands described, nr desiring to object because of
the mineral character of the land, or for anv '
Mhrt reason, to the disiwal to applicant, should
file their affidavit of protest in this othce, on g
before the sth day i f August. 1912.
I . W. MOOKr .
Kill the Aphis!
Whale-Oil Soap, or Formaldehyde Tree
Soap, are recognized as the best things
that can be used for this. We have
them both for sale. Our price is right.
Keir & Cass
SMITH BLOCK HOOD RIVER
Contains absolutely NO i "VVV
artificial pl njj
Ec3 fu vi -Irrrr
' ;VP Y5,k
Stock Catroo. in
class, is manufactured
especially to order for ui
by the most approved method
Preferred Stock Canned Goods
f Wkmr w tk. tat u. sran
are uniform in their high quality and purity.
A homthold nectisity PrtrrrtJ Suxkfrtm jour Crtar
ALLEN ft LEWIS. Wholesale Oroceri, PORTLAND, ORXGOff, U.S.A.
All kinds of Preferred Stock Goods NONE BETTER
J. M. WOOD, Proprietor
Investment not f peculation
You take no chances when you buy your
real estate through us except to win.
Our intimate knowledge of almost every
foot of land in the valley places us in a po
sition to advise you wnere to find the
N I C H O L
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other improvements. The ma
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print and is always ready for
business. For sale or rent on
A. W. ONTHANK, Agt.
109 Oak St. Hood Klver, Ore.
4th & State St.
0. P. DABNEY li SONS
FURNITURE, FURNITURE, FURNITURE, STOVES
We buy, sell and exchange everything
in Mouse Furnishings, Campers
Don't forget the placc-Cor. 4th & State
ROl'M) TRIPS IS AST
On the dates Riven below, round trip tickets will
he sold to the point in the t.t shown below,
and many others, at greatly reduced (ares quoted :
Through Trains Bast
IN CONNECTION Wim
NORTHERN PACIFIC and GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAYS
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IVnvtT j6.i NfW York l1 f Washington Vfl.'.M
DAILS Ol S Al l:
May 2, 3, 4. Q, 10, 11. 17, t, 4, 1, 1 1 2
June 1. 6, 7, , IJ, 14, 15. 17. IS, l. lo, 21. 4, 25, 27. 2. 20, I VI
July 2. J. o, 7, II, 12. 15. If). 20, 22. 2.1, 2o. 2', JO, Jl, loii
August I. 2. 3, 0. 7. 12. 15. 10. 22. ii, 20, JO, J I , V
September 4, 5, o. 7. !, II, 12. Jo. 1012
Stopovers and choice of routes allowed in each direction.
I inal return limit October Jl, IV 12
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