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THE HOOD RIVER NEWS, WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 7. 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 stiver Connection
UUY Y. LOWAHDS ft CO.
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
A r e
EVANS NOVELTY &
NLJJUJLIXLJAT,.! J .Ml. I ' I .U.SUXE
P. B. SNYDER
Hood River Plumbing company
Sanitary Plumbing and Heating.
Tinning and Sheet Metal Work.
Repairing Promptly Attended.
ESTIMATES FURNISHED CASCADE AVENUE
HAVING purchasedithe entire interest of E.
Bray ford 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.
GIVi: UH A TKIAL,
MERCER & C O.
I'MONIi NO. 5
Transfer and Livery company
Freight, Express and Baggage Transferred
Furniture Moved. Stored or Packed
DONE WITH A
STAR WELL DRILLING OUTFIT
FOR PARTICULARS ADDRESS
I APPLE LAND & ORCHARD COMPANY
Offic. N. 9 Oik Slreal
Furniture and Tianos Moi)cd
All Kinds of Light and Heavy Work
Wood Yard and Feed Store in Connection
Office Phone 29
J. M. SCHMELTZER
HOOD RIVER ABSTRACT COMPANY
Office In New Hellnronner llulldlnir
Phone U. C. M. Ranch, Parkdale
77-Odell Upper Mood Blver Valley. Urt.
Ml. Hood Ironing Cabinet
Evans Ideal Shirt Waist Boards
Also: The Ideal Nailing Press
THE OREGON TRAP NEST
? LLUJUJLI J..1..I,.! J .! I .'. I .U '. I .V I
B. B. POWELL
WAKLMOUSli O.N I IRST STRLIIT
Pkonts. 28 ar 2002-1
express anp ba
F. A. BISHOP
is Our Motto
I'honc 23 Mnml River, Oregon
FAST TRAINS PRO
VIDED BY RAILROADS
Antlclpiillnif heavy movement of
fretih frultM uml veKetnUleit during
the pretieut mmhoii the North ISttnk
rouil and the Oregon EltH-rlc rail
way have arranged to handle emit,
hound Hhliiiient In the (julclent time
Am an llluxtratloa of what thin iter
vice meuim to the Mhlpere of the
Willamette valley, Suit, in, Woodburn
and Albany frulta anil vegetaWei In
carload lota may leave then" poluta
on the evening local of a Monday, for
liiHtance, mid reach Vancouver the
next evening to directly connect with
the taut freight over the North Bank
at 10::t0 p. m. Thin put the freight
leaving the Willamette valley polnta
Monday evening Into Spokane Thura
day where connections are made I in -medlacely
with the O. X. and X. I.
f.iHt freight. Handled with the fust
Joint freight service of the Oregon
Klectrlc, North Hank, U. N. and X
P. the car of frulta and produce
reach St. Paul In four to . five days
after leaving Spokane, or the follow
ing Tueaday In the example glveu
uliove In connection with the Wil
lamette valley ahlpmeuta leaving on
a Monday night.
From White Salmon, Uranddallea
and other shipping polnta on the
North Hank line along the Columbia
river, carload ahlpmenta will U' pick
ed up by the faat freight leaving Van
couver dally at 10:30 p. in. and haul.
ed to Spokane for connection with
thexpeclal aert Ice of the O. X. and
X. P. rallwaya arriving at St. Paul
from nix to aeven day after ahlp
ment. From St. Paul to Chicago
the time conmimed la about thirty
From the Chronicle)
Miaa Kmma Dworahack left yester
day for Hood Hlver after a vlalt with
local relatives. She will spend a few
days In the Apple city before return
ing to her Portland borne.
Mr. and Mre. J. M. Fleming retnm
ed home last night altera two weeks'
visit In Hood HUerand Portland.
Sir. and Mra. F. O. Hrace, Frank
and Stella Hrace of Mill Creek and
Mrs. Andy Kern of Hood Klver re
turned home Wednesday night from
a three weeka' automobile trip. They
enjoyed the Klka' convention attrac
tlona In Portland and then motored
to Seattle tor the Potlatch.
Dr. W. S. Kennedy returned Mon
day from Hood Hlver where he had
passed the week end wlth hla family
who are spending the summer there.
Ilia wife accompanied him to The
Hallea returning to the Apple city
the same evt ning.
II. I), tiould was n Hood Hlver
man attending to business affairs in
the city Friday.
Misses Xell and Lou Hosteller
went to Hood Hlver this nfternoon
for a short visit.
SIX COUNTIES FORGET
The state treasurer today distrib
uted $:r2,4M10, which represente the
interest from the irrlduclble common
school fund for the past year, to var
ious con nt let. according to school
population. Each county In the
state except six shows a substantial
Increase In school population. The
six which show a slight decrease are
milium, Josephine, Lake, Morrow,
Sherman and t'nlon. Curry county
show the same population as last
Other counties show the following
increase In school population: Hnk
er !!), Kenton :tl(, Clacknmas Shi,
Chit sop 41. Columbia 1'!", Coos 201.
Crook '.!i4, Douglna S42. tlrant K7,
Harney 1. Hood Hlver 4, Jackson
4i2, Klamath 214. Lane 4:11, Lane 4:'d,
Lincoln 20il, Linn .'V.N). Malheur M,
Marlon !-'.", Multnomah 1147. Polk
4:12, Tillamook 1M. I'matlUa 4.1!). Wal
lowa lid, Wasco 1.14.. Washington
.V12. Wheeler SI. Yamhill 40
ATLANTIC FRUIT "COM-
PANY GAINS DECISION
The Atlantic Fruit Company of
New York gained a point In Its war
with the I'n I ted Fruit Company, the
headiuarters of which are In Hostnn,
wheu Judge Lacombe, In the Federal
District Court, denied an Injunction
soiight'by the I'liltcd to prevent the
Atlantic from handling fruit which
the I'liltcd contends Is tindercontract
The fight started about fourteen
months ago, when Joseph dl tilorglo
organized the Atlantic Fruit Com
pany and greatly enlarged his form
er operations Thecompany has ol.
tallied large shipments from Jamai
ca and Mexico, but until recently the
I'liltcd has maintained a practical
monopoly In Colombia and Costa
For Rent Furnished rooms for
light housekeeping) sleeping rooms,
modern conveniences, near high
school. .Mil Prospect. Phone 2lW X.
Seven cure of fruit were shipped
eaat last night aud one went west
thla thornlng, aaya the Republican.
These were nil mixed cars. Very few
apricots are coming In now and thla
week will see the last of them for
Pears are reaching market tn small
quantities. Hartlett pears will start
to move heavily the middle of next
The condition of fruit received In
the local warehouse la very good up
to theloreaeut time. Packing this
year la on a higher standard than In
prevloua yeura. The fruit Is more
uniform In size and presents 11 better
Galling for Bids for Revising and
Codifying the Charter and Or
dinances of City of Hood
River.and Preparing Com
plete Index to Same.
Pursuant to Inatructtons paswedjby
the Common Council of the City of
Hood River at their regular mee'ting
on July 22, WIS, notice la hereby giv
en that sealed proposals will le re
ceived by the undersigned City He-
......I,,. - hla r.ttlee "11 (Ink utn.r.f
l I.I V.I I . . .. . . . . . ... - - I
Lllood Hlver. Oregon, until 1-' o'clock
m , August 12, l12. lor tne work oi
revising and codfylng the Charter and
Ordinance of the City of Hood Hlver,
and prepurlng a complete Index to
the same, said work to lie completed
within 90 day from the date of
awarding the contract.
Proposals to do aald work will be
opened aud considered by the Com
mon Council at their first regular
meeting after date above stated, said
Council reserving the right to reject
anv and all bide.
Thle notice la published In the
Hood Hlver News, a newspaper of
general circulation, for two consecu
tive Issues thereof, the date of the
first publication being July, HI. 1!)12.
H. L,. HOWK.
31-32 City Recorder.
Notlct to Creditors.
In the County Court of the Sute of Oregon fur
the County of Hood Kiver.
In the matter of the eeUte of William Henry
The underairned hevins been appointed by the
County Court of the State of Oregon for the
County of Hood River, administratrix of the es
tate of William Henry Williams, dereaned. notice
i hereby riven to the creditors and all persona
havins claims against saidl deceased to present
them, verified as required by law. within six
months after the publication of this notice, to
Iouviss Williams at her place of residence at
Wyeth. Hood Kiver county. Oregon.
Administratrix of the estate of William Henry
Dated this 24th day of July. 1912.
Date of first publication July 24th. 1912.
Date of last publication August Uth. IS) 12.
Notlct tor fnbllcitlon
Department of the Interior
U. S. Land Office at The Dalles. Oregon.
Notice is hereby given that Susan C. Mc Intoah
of Parkdale, Oregon, who. on J une 9. I'.",'. made
Homestead iSerial 044M. No. MOSS, for N K 1 4.
Section IS. Township 1 S. Range 9 East. Willam
ette Meridian, has tiled notioeof intention to make
Three Year Proof to establish claim to the land
above described, before the Register and Received
at the U. S. Land Office. The Dalles. Oregon, on
the 26th day of August.
Claimant names as witnestes:
John Porteus Cooper, Alvis M. Anderson,
Charles E. Mcintosh, D. A. Harvey, all of Park
C. W. MOORE.
Notice for Publication
Department of the Interior
U. S. Land Office at The Dalles, Oregon.
July 15. lali
Notice is hereby given that John Porteus Conp
er. of Parkdale, Oregon, who. on June 9. l!
msde Homestead ISenal l4449. No. IKOf.l. for
NK'4. Section 1. Township 1 8 Range East.
Willamette Meridian, has filed notice of intention
to make Final Three Year Proof, to establish
claim to the land above described, before the Re
gister and Receiver, at the V. 8. Land Office.
The Dalles, Oregon, on the 21st day of August.
Claimant names as wttrv
Alvis M. Anderson. Suaer
E. Mcintosh, l. A. Harvey.
C. Mcintosh. Charles
all of Parkdale. Ore
C. W. MOORE.
Notice of Completion Grading tor and Con
struction ot Coocrrtt Sidewalks on
Notice is hereby given that 8. D. Watts. Con
tractor, has Hied written notice this 2"th day
of July. 1912. of the completion of grading for
and construction of concret. sidewalks, curbs and
gutters at Block 4. Riv.rview Park, under
his contract with the City h.-retoforemade and en
tered into under ordinance No. 372. and that the
amount due said contractor for aaid improvement
upon its acceptance is herd y staled to be Mm t!
And notice is further gi. n that any objections
to the acceptance of said Wi rk under the contract
with the said! contractor on the part of said City
may be filed in the office of the undersigned City
Recorder by any interests: party at any time
within fifteen days from the date of the hint pub
lication of said notice, to-w t within fifteen days
from the 31st day of July. 1 It.
This notice is published ir :he Hood River New
for two consecutive issues thereof, the date of
the first publication there."' being the 31t day
of July. 11112.
H. I.. HOWK.
S1-32C City Recorder.
Completion of Curb on f nlumbla Street be
tween 13th and Mtk Streets
Notice is hereby given Oat Dohsnn Hatch.
Contractors, have filed wr r en notice this i'.ih
day of July. l!12. of the c mpletion of ciirhs on
Columbia Street between 1 h and Hth Streets
under their Contract with the City heretofore
made and entered into under Ordinance No. 37S
and that the amount due aid contractors for
said improvement upon its acceptance is hereby
stated to be tXSJ.OO.
And notice is further givm that any objections
to the acceptance of said wot k under the contract
with the said contractors or he part nf said City
may be filed in the office of me undersigned City
Recorder by any interested frty at any time with
in 16 days from the date of lirst publication, to
wit, within 16 days from the 1st day of July, li'U.
This notice is published in he Hood River Ne
for two consecutive issues thereof, the date of
first publication thereof l-ng the 31st dsy of
31-82 Citjr Recorder.
Notlct lor Publication
United Stales I -n d Office
The Dalles, Oregon. June24. 1912.
Notice la hereby given tl t the Northern Pa
cific Railway Company. wh.e ptMtoffii-e a.Mres
is ML Paul. Minnesota, has this ISnd day of June.
IH12, filed In this office its application to select un
der the provisions of the Act of Congress, ap
proved July 1. 1HHH, (30 Slat. f9T. t). as eMend
eil by the Act of Congress approve.) May 17. 1:
the N 8W', Sec. K T. 1 fv. K. 10 Kat. W. M.
Serial No. IU04.-T.
Any and . all persons claiming adversely the
lands described, or desirinir to object because of
the mineral character of the land, or for any
other reason, to the disnossl to applicant, sh.nild
file their affidavits of protest in this office, on or
before the 8th day nf August. 1912.
C. W. MOOR P.,
T. I. T n:iv
Mutual Insurance at SO Per Cent of Okl Line
Rate. Pire Insurance en HulMings in
Course of Construction, Free.
NOTARY Pliai.lC ON THB BKlfinTS
In the Circuit Court of the Stale ot Oregon fur
the County of llwwl River.
Verihg I holllilrt. 1'iaintirf. vs. F. R Hrvdlesml
Mary llrvdle. hla wife Kite I'.nri), iJ
Nash. C. H Jacknon, Andrew llii.rrr. II. l. Mil- I
ler. M. T. Krelehl.er. I'. K. Williwoi. ( . J. k..a-k.
r. P. Stratliern. J. R. lu-am. i has H inlailt. J.
F JaiiMTi. F lor. nee Kro h. L. J. lai n.er. It. F. ;
Wer'lienljai h. W. H. Ilerker. Kr.tx.rt Palmer. O. I
O. Ounther. Hrxxi Kiver (.''rrrnmr-retal lrchar'tK. a J
corporation! and Korthern Trual Comt.any, a crr- !
Tu F. K. Ilrydle and Mary liryrlle. his wife. Kate
Bartholp. Anns Nah. C. II. Jaekson. Andrew
Itohrer. II. II. Miller. VI I Mretr-hner II K . ,1. 1
liams. C. J. Rr.belr. F. P. St rat hern. J. K. Ham.
Chan. Ilam.ita.it. J. F. JatiHer,. Florenre he.-, h. 1..
J farmer. R. t. W ertnetihach. W. II. Oeiker.
Rriliert Palmer and O. (. Ounther:
In the Name of the Stale of Orr-iron:
You, ami each of you. ar herel.v reriuirerl tn
appear and annwer the complaint filed arainnt
you in the aiiove entitlrsi raiinn, on nr before the
eth day of August. l'.i:2, which date is aiibM-qucnt
to the eXDiratlon rf KIX IKr-IrK from th,lulxr.f
first publication of this trurimon. to-wit: the Ji th
day uf June. 1'JlJ, and if you fall to answer, fur
want thi-reof the plaintiff will aiply to the court
for the relief demanded in his complaint, to-wit:
s judgment ais'ainut defendants F. R. Hrydle and
slary liryrlle. Inn wife, fur the sum of with
intere-t thereon at the rate nf aeven per cent
from Auvust 4th. 1110: for attrirnevs' fees.
and his costs and dmhursementH; for a decree
inrecicmir.g the mortgage in said complaint re
ferred trx to-wit: the mortgage executed by F. R.
Hrydle and Mary Ilrydle. his wife, dated August
4th. 1910. recorded August 6th. l'Jlt). in book 4 at
page 4o3. record of mortgages for Horrd Kiver
county. Oregon, on the following d.tcrited real
proix-rty. situated in Katdcountv and ntatc, to-wit;
Sr.uth half of Northeast quarter of Section four
(41. Township one II) Nurth of Ranire (101 Fast
of the Willamette Meridian, and directing a sale
of said property as upon execution at law, and
the application or the proceeds of nut-It sale to the
psyment of the aforesaid judgment, cost, etc..
and for a deficiency judgment against defendants.
r. K. rtrydle and Mary Urydle. his wife, f. the
proceeds of such sale are nut sufficient to pay
said judgment, coats, etc.. in full; for a decree ad
judging each and all of the defendants in said
cause named, and all persons claiming or tn claim
by, through, from, or unrler them or either of
them, to have no right, title or interest in or lien
upon said mortgaged property herein descrilxrl.
or any part thereof, and that each and all of said
defendants be forever barred, fureclrxied and en
joined from setting up or claiming any right, title,
claim or lien in or to said property, or any part
thereof, and fur such other and ditferent relief as
the nature of the cause might justiiy or as may
to the court seem meet and jul in equity.
This summons is published In the Hood River
News, a newspaper of general circulation in Hood
Kiver County, Oregon, pursuant to an order of the
Honorable W. L. Hradshaw, Judge of the above
entitled court, marie and entered on the l'.'th day
of June, 1912. which provides that the summon
snail be published for six consecutive weeks and
designates June 2oth, 1912, as the date of first
publication, and August 7th. 1912, as the date of
PLATTA PLATT and
GEOKOE J. PERKINS.
26-32 Attorneys fur Plaintiff.
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon forthe
County of Hood River.
Jesse W. Rigby. plaintiff, vs. W. H. Buekirk;
J. P. Buskirk: Annie Buskirk: S. O. Buskirk: J. R.
Buskirk; Sarah Buskirk: Kate Arnold; W. H. Ar
nold; Martha Winans; Audubon Winans; Spence
Mc Boggs; Mary E. Bogvs; J. Nickelsen; J. P.
Watson, 1. Nickelsen and W. H. Bishop, as Trus
tees of and for the Methodist Episcopal Church in
the United States of America; Columbia River An
nual Conference of the Melhodigt Episcopal
Church, a corporation: Trustees of the Mcthouiat
Ep.scopal Church, a corporation; aiao all o;her
persons or parties unknown, claiming any right,
title, estate, lien or interest in the real estate de
scribed in the complaint herein. lJefendants.
ToW. H. Buskirk. J. P. Buskirk. Annie Bus
kirk. S. O. Buskirk. J. K. Buskirk. Sarah Buskirk.
Kate Arnold. W. H. Arnold. Sper.ce Mc Hoggs,
Mary E. Boggs. J. P. Watson as Trustees as
above named, Columbia River Annual Conference
of the Methodist Episcopal Church, a corporation;
1 rustees of the Methudist Episcopal Church, i
corporation, also all other persons or parties un
known claiming any rigst. title, estate.lien. or in
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
hereby required to appear and answer the com.
plaint filed against you in the above entitled suit
on or before the last day of six consecutive weeka
from the date of the first publication of this Sum.
mons. and if you fail so to ankwer for want there
of, piaintiff will take judgment and decree against
you as follows, to-wit:
1. That he is the owner in fee simple of the
following described real property situated in the
(xiunty uf Hood Kiver, State of Oregon, to-wit
Lot One (1) in Block Two (21 of the Town of
Waueoma, now an addition to the City of Hiss
River, according to the map or plat thereof, now
on file and of record in the cilice of the County
Clerk of Wasco County. Oregon, and transcribed
and recorded in the office of the County t'lerk of
Hood River County. Oregon, and that he is entitled
to possession of the same.
2. That the above named defendants and each
of them have no right, tit. e, 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. For his costs and disbursements herein, and
for such other and further relief as shall to the
Court seem euultable.
You are hereby served by publication of this
summons by virtue of an order of the Hon. 0. It.
(astner. Judge of the County Court of Hmsl
Kiver County. Oregon, duly niade. granted and
dated on the 29th day of June. I'.'i2, for the servii e
of this summons upon you by publication thereof,
and in acconiance therewith, and which order
prescribed that the time for publication thereof
shall lie for six consecutive weeks, and the 3rd
day of July, 1912. as the date of the first publica
tion of this summons, and you are hereby further
notified that said date is and ill be the date of
the lirsl publication of this summons.
Dated June 29th, l'.'li
L. A. A P. KFEI).
Attorneys for I'laintiT.
27-33 lliaal Kiver. Oregon.
Nuticu ol Suiniiiniis
In the Circuit Court of the Slate of Oregon for
the County of Hsi Kiver.
Hood River Orchard Land Company, a corpo
ration. Plaintiff, vs. Herman O. tiilcher. lcfcnd
ant. To Herman G. G'h'hrr. Ilefendant ilmve named;
In the name of the State of Oreiron. you are
hereby summoned anil mjuired to apwar and
at swer the complaint tilril against ou in the
al-ive entitled suit within s, weeks from the
fiist insertion of this puhlicat loti. and if ou fail
to so apiear and answer herein, the plain iff will
apply to the court fur the relief dr n.unilcd m said
For a judgment and dr-c-ee to cut reel a mutual
mistake between the par!us hereto hy reform
ing a certain deed, given hv plaintr' tn def. n.lant.
covering certain proterty in Horsi l;i er c.Miir. v .
Oregon, which dist was r.s-er.i.'d N.iii'i' K't
1911. in volume six It'-lof d.-ed records of His.l
River county. Oretom. at page lv. tiicrouf. so
that the description in sa:. iiet will nd as
Beginning at a point on the uth line of the
southeast quarter ISE 1-41 of section li.ir:-thnv
:ttl. tnwnshin three (11 nor'li. range t. n il u
east of the W'lllanictte meri i a-i. Hi-nl Kt.-r j
county. Oregon. hu h pom: of l..-g ntin g :s .i e ,
hundred and thirty-live 1 1 r.v rn-t the
southwest corner of the soul l-.ca .: uua: ler iSK 1-1'
of the south west quarter ISv 1-4' l o.l re!i. nj
running thence north paniii. i to tne wi tiir ei.fj
said quarter section ;U ri-is. t' cr ce w, ' ; ' ,
Chains, more or loss, to the center .f Phelps '
creek: thence in a south, rly riiiei t a', i g ll.e !
center of said crifk. as f.iil.iws: . v: h M -t i.r.-e
I.W degrees, west 3 12 chain- to a i i in sc. id
creek; thence soilt h t.,e ilrgr.ss !'..tl' miTi
utt, west 2.9J chains tea pent in sa. i ci-.s k
thence south forty-six i !' I .l.vr.vs. . a-'
chains to a point in sad rn -u: thence
south fnurtrvn ih grrs-s. forty I 1" ' "-.i,:. s
west 2. 4.s' chains, nior. or I. s. ton p.--.-t u"''
the center of said crt k inters.., ' s t'.e ..-ih
iHiundary line of said svli.m t hit tti r.s 1 ..;
thence oast along the south lv.nii.larv Irieot - I
siMtlon la.2n chains tutt:ep.i.l of U'.1,;v
containing l:l.li acres, ni.irenr Ic-s. H4tw n nl i (
cept a strip of laud tlmtN I - : i.s" wide i " .
iticnnnit at the southei.-f cern. ro;' ttie til
drmcrilici tract, and ruruiir.g ih.Mi m-s- al-.nc
ami north id the south line nf sa'. I tnn-i : h in
tersection with Phelps creek, to U- us,-,l for r. 1
F.r the costs ami disbursements of .sort
and for such other and fin t her relief as li e c. utt
might deem just and eouttal'V.
this summons is puLii-hcd pursuant p. an order
of the' Honorill'le W. I.. Bra-is'-iw. i uige . f Ihr
alu.vc entitlerl court, datrst .iu-e 1 i s
I "stent first publication July 1". 1
Ilatcof last liuhlication A oust !''-'.
It I. Y"I V W.-s
Altoil'.e for I'til -it iff.
Nutlet tor Public-alma
IVpartment nf the Int.-nor
I'. S. I.an.1 I nine a' 1 i'c I'al'es. th. j.-on.
Notice is hcrelw given that Atvis M. Ai.dcrs.rn.
of Park.lale. Oiegon, ho. on June 9. 1"'-. fade
H.mratea.1 'Serial .Ml'. No. I-" '. N, '
Se.Mli.ll 12. lownsltip 1 S. Range 9 last. Widnin
ette Meridian, has t'l.sl notice of intention to
make I hroe ear Pna.f. toetal'bh cliin t to Hie
land abiredescrilssl. N tore the li.g.ster S".l l.e
ceiver at I'. S. land tMhce. The I'alles. Oregon,
on the 21st rlay of Aususl. I'd-.
Claimant nnsitw as w itne-cscs.
Charles F. Mcintosh. I A. Ilarcv. Susjin (
Mcintosh, John Porteus I rsqaT. all of I'aikdale.
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
Contains absolutely NO
AU.EH rk LEWIS.
All kinds of Preferred
J. M. WOOD, Proprietor
For Lime, Cement and
STRANAHAN & CLARK
4th & State St.
0. P. DABNEY St SONS
FURNlTUREilFURNITURE, FURNITURE, STOVES
We buy, sell and exchange everything
in Mouse Furnishings, Campers
Don't forsct the plicc-Cor. 4th & State
Vacations at the Sea Shore
Clatsop Beach, Pacific Ocean
Lv ru'.imi trip faivs in olTect all summer. This beautiful beach
stretches twenty-rive miles smith of the mouth of the Columbia
River. Seasi.le ami Ciearhart have first class hotels, cottages
ainl camping places, surf lathinjr. fishinu'. mountain water, etc.
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Sti poNcrs and choice of rnutes
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Stock Catiap, in
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especially to order for us
by the most approved mcthodi
Preferred Stock Canned Goods
Facts Wasrnvar las tsal ars Srswa
are uniform in their high quality and purity.
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Wholesale Grocers, PORTLAND. OREGON, U.S.A.
Stock Goods NONE BETTER
NEW MODEL OLIVER
The old reliable visible type
writer with new printype and
other improvements. The ma
chine that writes print that is
print and is always ready for
business. For sale or rent on
A. VV. ONTHANK, Agt.
109 Oak St. Hood River, Ore.
(n the dates (it cn hvlow , round trip ticket will
be jtolil t' the points in the l.ast fhown below,
and many others, at greatly reduced lares quoted :
Past Trains Hast
in conm:ciion nti
NORTHERN PACIFIC and 6REAT NORTHERN RAILWAYS
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11, 13, 1, J(, JI,
allowed in each direction
fin nta)irl nil r.si,-.t,
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