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THE HOOD RIVER NEWS, WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 25. 1912
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Mr. Wut'Bt of 1'ortlainl left Sunday
after vlnltlim IiIh mom, J. A. W'uetit,
oil the Kant Sl.le.
We now have our Fall line of Iwitx
on dlxplay and InvlU the ladle of
II i ii l Kiver to call ami liiMect tliem.
MIhm II. H Lamlt.
The MImmch Virginia ami Helen
(Jrllllth, who have lieeii h pending
wverttl week- with their tiMer. Mr.
.1. V. t'rlten, returneil Monday to
WiittliliiKtoii. I). ('.
Hood River Apple Vinegar Co. will
pay $8 per ton for this grade in sack
delivered to factory. Sept. 25, 1912.
Christian Science Service
ChrlHtlan Science HervlceH are
held In the Commercial (lull room
Sunday at 11 a. in. Suhjeet, "Heal.
Ity." Sunday Mchool at Hume hour
In Koi'lii 2, DavliUon Wiltf. Wednesj
ilti.v meeting") In mime room N p. in.
Heading room oen dally . toft p. in
Board of Equalization
Will meet the third Monday In (c
toiler at the ciiiirtlicnine at 10 o'clock
a in. to ex ii in I ne and correct all er
rorH In the axHewHinen t roll. If any
taxpayer have any objection to
their aeHi-HHiiientH. they miiHt file
romplalnt iliiilnjr the tirHt week of
the Hetlou. J. Wii KHA.M,
lis -lie Coun'y AMMeHHor.
First Christian Church.
Services) at the ChrlHtlan church
next Sunday at the UHual time, and
a call for all member to lie prcMent
at lioth Sunday School and preach-
Inic wrvlceM Ih IicIiijc made, Ix-i-mixe
there will lie M.ime nnnoiiuceiiieiitH
made that all ought to hear. Come
on time on time and help In the Sun
day School. There are arrange
iiicntH being made for Rally (lay.
which will lie on October (ith.
'The ladle of the churcn will give
the inoiithlv Tea on Thtirxdav nfter-
ii. Mill at the home of Mm. Kate Km
orv. All are Invited to come and
bring your needle work and have x
good time vlHitlug, eating mid plan
nlng for the future work.
The preuehlngervlee In the morn
lug will lie of special lnteret to all
THE HOODED COBRA.
Its Peculiar Transformation When Ex
Oit.d or Irritated.
The cobra, or cobra de capello, to (rive
Its full title, also known us the hooded
or ectucle smike. U not only one of
the most venomous of the serpent fum
lly, but one of the most numerous, and
tbe world over has lens than half a
dozen rivals, the most prominent of
which are the cleopntriue -p. or Afrl
can cobra, the fer de Innce of the Carlo
bean archipelago, the tic puloonga, or
cobra moull of Ceylon; the West In
dian trlgouocephalous and the tiger
snake of Australia and Tasmnnla.
When at rest the neck of the cobra la
not of greater diameter than the head,
but when confronting an enemy or ex
cited by passion and Irritation It raises
the front half (or a tittle more) of the
body vertically from the ground, draw
ing the posterior portion into a coll.
until It forms, as it were, a sort of
spiral spring. Ity means of this, aided
by an extraordinary muscular power
and the elasticity of Its frame. It is en
abled to launch Itself forward with
llghtnlng-Uke rapidity and even leap.
If necessary, to some distance.
While thus erect It holds Itself as
rigidly as on iron bar, nnd the neck at
once begins to swell to prodigious size,
forming the cculln protuberance thut
Is known as the "hood" and exhibiting
markedly two connecting spots of
white, to vU'li It owes Its title of
"sjiectaclo snake." This "hooded" ap
pearance Is due to the loose and flexible
character of the first nine pairs of
ribs, which, by a peculiar action of the
muscles, draw forward and spread out
LAZY MEN OF CHAMPERY.
Why the Women of That Primitive
District Wear Trousers.
The women of Chaniiery, a primi
tive mountain district of tbe Canton
of Valals, hi Switzerland, have worn
trousers from time Immemorial.
It further appears that the men of
this district are noted for their Indo
lent habits and that beyond acting as
guides to mountnln climliers In the
summer months, they lead practically
Idle lives. It follows that the women
perform all the hard lalior required of
a mountain people, it Is the women
who pasture the cattle on the steep
and often dangerous Alpine slopes, cut
the timber and mow the grass. It Is
no uncommon sight to observe a
Chnmery woman at the conclusion of
her daily toll returning to the village
dragging her husband on the wooden
sleigh th.it Is in common use through
In view of the above It Is not sur
prising that the women of Chatnier.v
should have adopted the masculine nt
tire. Their dress Is of the simplest
kind, n Jerkin of rough, dark blue ma
terial, witli trousers to match, and n
red handkerchief to protect (he head
Inasmuch ns the wives and mothers
of Chainpery perform the greater part
of the toll usually deemed the duty of
the stronger sex. It is not astonishing
to learn that they atTecf certain mas
aillne habits, the chief of which Is the
pipe. The Champery woman puffs
invay wl'h con-'l le,-aMe eiiloymenl nt
0 short lifter as sin- proceeds Willi hei
liilnii-s - U iri er's
And the . Interlined Bequeet In the
Poet' Last Testament.
Obscure a are ueurly all the point
la Shakeiipeare' life. It In known that
his wife' maiden name wai Anne
Huthaway and that her father wa a
substantial yeoman at a village near
Btrutford-on-Avou. Shakespeare wa
barely nineteen, while Anne wa twen
ty-lx year old, when they married.
The marriage' bond, one of the few
paper connected with 8hakepeare'
life, la dated November, 1582. Little
Is known of their domestic life.
One circumstance that seem to tell
against any strong; affection on the
part of Shakespeare Is that be drew
his will or some one drew It for him
without mentioning the wife, and
then a few words Interlined gave the
Item, "I give unto my wife my second
best bed, with the furniture." This In
terlined bequest has been taken by
some "as a proof that In making his
will he bad forgotten her, only to re
member her by a alighting bequest.
On the other band. It has been point
ed out that Mrs. Shakespeare would
by law have a third of her husband'
possession, and for that reason there
would be less occasion to remember
her with special gifts of affection.
She died on Aug. 6. 1023, and wa
burled two day later In Stratford
church. At death she was sixty-seven
years old. Shakespeare died at the age
of fifty-two years.
LEARNED THE. LESSON.
Then the Igorrotes 8prad the Glad
Some experiences of the first day
of schoolteachlng In the Philippines
are described by Alice M. Kelly In
the Manila Times. She went among
the Igorrotes In November, 1901, so
that she can really be considered a
The natives were frightened at tbe
sight of an American woman, and not
even prized dainties like sardines
could bring them to her. They spoke
no English or Spanish, and she had
not a word of Igorrote.
But she resolved to break this si
lence, and, catching one old man who
could not run, she repeated over and
over again, "Good morning, Mrs.
Kelly," till at last, to escape, be re
peated tbe words after her. Not long
after she beard that Americans were
being greeted, regardless of sex, with
a cheery "Good morning. Mrs. Kelly."
And, oddest of all, In a courtroom
several Igorrote solemnly walked np
to the judges' bench and, bowing
deeply, said, "Good morning, Mrs.
Kelly," evidently well satisfied that
they bad done the correct thing.
Tbe school which Mrs. Kelly found
ed has become tbe Bua school.
Finding New Friends.
Suppose a new friendship enters Into
your life. If tbe man or woman Is
worth anything to you they ought to
be worth a great deal. They ought
to advance and quicken your develop
ment as you theirs. They ought to
make you more complex, more sympa
thetic with the great mankind. One
knows be Is a poor person who does
not bow delightful the first rush of
feeling Is, when in yet we only hope
we have found another friend, another
soul which can touch ours. Old things
become new. It Is like dew upon a
thirsty meadow. Fresh faculties are
developed. A fresh eagerness seizes
upon the old. We look forward to ex
ploring a new soul as men who have
found a new continent. Frances E.
Handling a Rifle.
The rifle for rapid firing should have
shotgun weight, shotgun balance, shot
gun trigger pull, shotgun fit and the
sights must be such as can be caught
Instantly without effort In alignment
The hands grasp the piece firmly, not
with the rifleman' loose grip, but the
left arm pushes forward while the
right draws back, and tbe trigger Is
pulled by transferring the drawing
back force to the trigger finger and
not by any conscious crooking of that
finger. The moment the bead covers
the mark the bullet must be under
way, lie the aim good or bad. Outing.
His Best Friend.
Many great writers besides Cicero
and Kmersou have written on friend
ship, but it may be doubted whether
any essayist bad a more definite idea
than a small boy who was recently
asked what he meant by "best friend."
"My best friend," he replied, "Is a per
son who knows me and yet likes me."
"Yes, my son."
"In olden times a woman who was
a common scold was punished, wasn't
"Yes, my son. So was the man she
married." Yonker Statesman.
Clara Isn't It perfectly lovely this
higher education of women? Dora-
Why? Clara The paper say 80 per
cent of the Vassar college graduate
get married. New York Weekly.
A Rsal Gentleman.
"One gentlemanly thing about a den
tist," remarket! the man on the car.
Ms that he never rub it In by Baying,
This hurts me more than It does
you.' "Toledo Wade.
"Well, well, well! I'm celitnly glad
I met youP'
I'm sorry, old man. but I gave my
Inst, dollar to my wife Just before I
left borne." Houston Post
lCOO acre Kastern Oregon wheat
farm; Nuo neren summer fallowed
ready to heed; big crop assured next
year, will nearly pay purchase price
from this one crop. Will trade for
small, well-Improved farm.
40 acre red shot soil, uncleared, 12
nilles from town, 3 miles from Willow
Flat. A money maker for some one.
Will trade for house anil lot In town.
Flue Portland residence for small
Hood Itlver farm. Address E 3, care
Notlca Calling tor Bids for Construction of
Uncompleted Walks In tun I3tk Street
Notiea ia hereby ffivm that bunuant tn th Mo
tion of ths Common Council of th. City of Hood
River. Onwon. Sept. . lull, and by authority of
the nruviaion of Section 20. Ordinance No. 1M of
amid City, in matters pertaining- to street improve
ment in which permit have been taken out by
property owner who have failed to comply with
the requirement of aaid permit, the underaiamed
City Recorder has been instructed to advertise for
bids lor th construction of cement curbs and
walks in front of the followinc described property:
Lota. Block 2. Stranahan's 1st Addition. J. T.
Holman, W feet of walk.
Lot 33 and 34, Block 1, Stranahan's 1st Addi
tion. C. S. True. 800 feet of walk and curb. -
Lot ti. Block 1. Clarke's Addition. E. B. Clark.
119 feet curb.
The above was ordered in place by Ordinance
No. 360 passed by the Common Council March IK,
Mt. and approved bitha Mayor, March 22, 1912.
Ih said bids will be received by the said Citv
Recorder up to 12 o'clock noon. October 7. 1M1 2.
and shall be opened by the Street Commit
tee a soon as practical after the time fixed for
receiving the bids, and the several bids, together
with th summary thereof, shall be reported to
the Common Council at its next regular meeting
thereafter, to-wit: on the 7th day of October. 1912.
at the County Courthouse in aaid City, at which
time Bawl bids will be considered.
Th work of constructinar said aidewalka and
curbs shall be let In one contract and ahall be
quired to be completed within 30 days after award
ing the same.
Notice is further given that any Intereated Dar-
ty may nie hia objection to the letting of said con
tract within the time specified for receiving bids.
and that the same will be transmitted to the City
Council along with aaid bids for their considera
tion at aaid meeting. Th person firm or corpora
tion to whom the contract ia let will be required
to enter into an agreement to the effect that aaid
contractor shall look alone for payment for mater
ial and work to such particular portion of th
fund to be assessed upon th property liable to
pay lor such improvement and paid into th City
treasury for that purpose, as shall be assessed to
the property in front of which and to the eharo-e
of which a particular part of the improvement to
De done by the successful bidder is to be made and
collect! and paid into the City treasury .and such
contractor shall in no event require th City of
Mood Kiver or any of its officers or agents to pay
the same, except out of such particular portion of
said funds so aiuHsssed or collected into th City
treasury, and for such portion of said improve
ment, nor seek to enforc payment of the same or
any rsrt thereof against the City of Hood Kiver
or any or Its officers by any legal process or other
wise, except out of such particular fund.
All bids must stat price for constructing said
curbs and sidewalks, which work shall be done in
th manner and form provided for in General
improvement Ordinance No. 194 of the City of
Hood Kiver. No bids will be received which spec
ify more than one price on said work chargeable
to on block in length. A bond for the faithful
performance of the contract to an amount equal
to 26 per cent of the estimated contract price
will be required of the successful bidder, the
council reserving the right to reject any and all
Dated and first published September. 25. 1912.
H. L. HOWE,
39-40 City Recorder.
Notice of Completion el Street Griding
Notice is hereby given that Dobson Hatch,
contractors, have filed written notic this 2Srd
day of September. 1912. of the completion of
grading street and sidewalk area from the weat
curb line of Second street to th East line of
r.ighth street on Prospect Avenue under their con
tract with the City heretofore made and entered in
to under Ordinance No. 8K.S. and that th amount
due said contractors for said improvement upon its
acceptance is hereby stated to be SX04.35
And notice is furtht-r given that any objections
to the acceptance or said work under the on t ract
with the said contractors on the part of said ('ity
may be filed in the office of the underaiamed Citv
Recorder by any intereated party at any tim
itnin IB days from the Hate of the first publication.
to-wit, within IS days from the 26th day of Sep
This notice is published in the Hood River News
for two consecutive issue thereof, the dat of
nrst puniicalinn thereof being the 26th day of
H. L. HOWE.
30-40 City Recorder.
In th Circuit Court of the State of Oree-on for
nnnn mver i ovini y.
(iilford U. Wood worth, and Rose Wood worth,
Standard Orchard Comnanv. a enrnnraf inn Rm.
r.. Motchkiaa. Anson W. Stone, and O. I), rrav.ni
To Knee E. Ilotrhkias. Defendsnt:
In th nam of the State of Ormmn. Ymi are
nereoy required to appear and answer the Com
plaint filed airainst you in the above entitled suit
on or before th last day of six consecutive weeks
from the date of the first publication of this
summons and ir you fail so to answer, for want
thereof th Plaintiffs herein will take a decree
sitsinst you for the sale of the hereinafter de
scribed real property situated in Hood River
ounty; Oregon, for the foreclosure of that per.
tain mortgage thereon, dated Nov em her 72. 1h
made and executed by Defendant, Standard Or-
cnaro l-ompany. a corporation, to the abov nam
ed plaintiffs to secure the sum of Seven Thousand
Dollars (ITtKiO.on) and interest, which aaid mort
gage was duly filed in the office of the County
Clerk of mid Hood River County, Oregon, on Jan
uary 18. 1910.; at o'clock a. m. and recorded in
nook 3 of Mortgages on baa-es 627.H and 9 iturati-
ant to default made in the payment (if interest
secured by said mortgage, and all as follows, to-
1. For judgment against th aaid Defendant-
Standard Orchard Company, for the sum of Sev
en Hundred Seventy lour and 47-1(10 Dollars
(1774.471, together with interest thereon from July
27, 1912. and for the further sum of One Hundred
and Fifty Dollars (Slfxl.00) as and for attorney's
tees, ingriner with plaintiff s costs and disbur
2. r or th usual decree for the f nreclonure of
said mortgage and for the sale of the following
iieeerinea real property situate In the County of
noon mver and Mate or Oregon, to-wit:
All that part of the Northeast Quarter (N. E.
of Section Twenty-nine (291 in Tnwnahin One
(1) North. Range Ten (10) Fast of Willamette
Meridian, lying west of the right of way of the
Mt. Hood RailMvl Company, and containing about
HO acres, according to the United States Govern
ment Surveys thereof, by the Sheriff of Hood
River County. Oregon, according to law and the
practice of this Court: that said sums aforesaid
be made a specific and subsisting l-en upon the
said real property attaching as of November 22.
19(19, and prior and superior to any claim, right,
title or interest of any or alt of the abov named
defendants or any or all persons claiming under,
by or through them or any of them; that the said
real property be sold as aforesaid to pay said sum
of 1774 47. together with the said interest thereon,
the said sum of SlnO-00, as and for attorney's fee,
and plaintiff's said costs and disbursements here-
n; that upon the said sale, after deducting th
mount of Costa and expenses of the sale, the
Sheriff pay the proceeds to the County Clerk of
said Hood River County, and that said County
Clerk apply the proceeds as by law provided; that
nd defendants and each of them and all persons
claiming by, through or under them and each of
hem be forever barred and foreclosed of and
from all equity of redemption from said sale, and
in and to said real proerty as by law provided;
thai aaid plaintiffs be entitled to become a pur
chaser at said sale, and that upon such sale the
purchaser be entitled to enter into possession of
said real properl y and hold the same as by law
provided, and that plainttlfs be entitled to hav
the said sale of real property confirmed by the
above named C-ourt; that plaintiffs may hav such
her and further relief as to the Court may seem
just and equitable in the premises.
You are hereby served by publication of this
summons by virtue of an order of the Hon. O. R.
astner. Judge of the (ounty ( ourt of Hood Kiver
ounty. Oregon, duly msde. granted and dated on
the Nth day of August, 1912, for th service of
this summons upon you by the publication thereof
and in accordance therewith, and which order
prescribes that th lime for publication thereof
hall he fur six mnseriitiv weeks, and the 21st
ay of August. 1912. as the date of the first publi
cation of this summons, and you are hereby fur
ther notified that ssid dste is and will be th dat
f the first publication of this summons.
Dated August 12. 1912.
1, A. A. r. Keed.
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
34-40 lltisl Kiver, Oregon.
Pendleton Indian Robes
$4.75 to $12.50
Our supply of Bedding of all kinds is complete from the finest of Pure Oregon Wool
Blankets, down to the Light Cotton Blankets, also Comforts, Quilts. Sheets and Pillow
Cases. We have them all at prices that mean a Reduction in the high cost of living.
We do not hesitate to quote prices, because we know they are right We are headquar
ters for Oregon Woolen Goods Our Blankets are marked just what they measure.
SEE WINDOW DISPLA YAND PrTcES
ffo. 68 A Pure Oregon Fleece Wool Fancy
Blankets in figured pink .Blue and yellow; satin
binding to match 68x82
Single $10.00. Pair $18.00
Other Oregon Wool Blankets in plain and
mottled grey, brown, blue and red, the best for
service. $40o to $7.00 Pair
Dorset 'Blanket J--66x80. ,Are beauti
ful Soft Wool, in white, colored borders and fancy
plaids $4.50 to $7.00 a Pair-
Our Wool fap "BlanKets, 64jr76are
Dreamland Beauties, soft, light and warm, like
wool. They come in white, gray, tan and plaids
$1.50 to $3.00 a Pair
EVERYBODY READS THE
Wanted By a man who under
stands orchard accounting as
well as planting, pruning, spray
ing, irrigation, cultivation, etc..
wishes position as superintend
ent of orchard. Address Orch
ardist, care Hood River News.
lllanted Man and wite lor
If ranch work and to care for
extra helD durine harvest. Good
chance for right parties if they
act at once. Dickorson & Peck.
rarm HelD and Berry Pickers-
The Hood Kiver Apple Growers
Union and the Davidson Fruit
Company have arranged with the
Y. M. C. A. Industrial Employ
ment Agency of Portland, to fur
nish all classes of farm help, in
cluding berry pickers, for the
farmers and fruit growers of the
Hood River District during the
coming season, w nen you neea
helD either phone or write the
Union or the Davidson Fruit Co.
and the calls will be promptly
forwarded to us and filled. No
charge to employers. 20tfc
Upper Valley Orchardists I am
prepared to do a limited
amount of spraying with power
sprayer. A. is. Louiter, rnone
Odell 273. 37-4 1c
Wanted Position by young Jap
anese as janitor for office
rooms, early every morning. Ad-
ress P. O. Hux 2S2. ;kH-3'Jp
Wanted liy young couple, posi
tion on ranch. Address W.
O. Klaassen, care of J. L. Car
ter, R I) 1, Hood River. 42p
Wanted -Experienced man in
orchard work or a man and
wife to do housework for bache
lor. Small ranch 2 1-2 miles
from town. H. P. Coburn,
R. D. 2. 39-4op
There are aome very desirable office
rooms for rent In the neiinronncr
Building at from $10 to $ IS a month.
DO YOU SLEEP WARM
THESE COOL NIGHTS?
We show a 56x72 cotton filled tied Comfort for
We show a 68x76 cotton filled heavy Comfort for
We show a 70x76 cotton filled fine Comfort for
Silkaline 70x80 cotton fiHed fine Comfort for...
Satine -70x80 cotton filled fine Comfort for
Crib Blankets, 35c to $1.25
IEEGAIIT1LE COMP M
NEWS "WANT" ADS.
LIVE STOCK AND FOWLS
Tor Sale Iioan pony for either
I riding or driving. Phone 266-
Tor Sale Single driving horse.
I weight 1000 lbs., 7-year-old
Cheap if taken quick. J. E.
Hall, Oak Grove. 37-40c
For Sale 5-m o n t h-ol d colt,
Clydesdale and Perchon mare,
blocky build, gentle, halter-broke.
Will sell cheap if taken at once.
Call 3322-M. W. E. Cauller.
Oakdale Greenhouses Geran
iums, salvia, verbena and other
bedding plants. See the roses
in bloom this summer and have
stock reserved for Fall or next
Spring, riants and cut lowers
at Franz's. Fletcher & Fletcher,
Hood River. 19-tfc
LOST AND FOUND ADS
Found -Pair of spectacles. In
quire at News office. 38-30c
Lost Heavy gold ring with one
diamond. Finder please return
to F. Morrison, 1106 State street,
and receive reward. 37-38c
Lost Between Oak Grove and
Belmont, sample roll containing
steel kitchen set. Finder please
leave at Hubbard Taylor's store
and receive suitable reward. 40p
Lost Old-fashioned gold pin.
Return to News and receive a
Lost Fox terrier puppy, about
two-thirds grown, wearing a
collar. Brown and black face.
Body mostly white. Finder will
please phone 201X. Reward.
Found - One male white pig. F.
G. Sherrieb, south of Rock ford
A New nilv. il') tin1 IimhIiichm.
ffo.20A Pure Oregon . Fleece Wool Plaid
Blankets, pink, blue, grey and Yellow, satin binding
to match -68x82 .
Single $8.66. Pair $15.66
fto. SA-Pure Fleeced Wool White Blankets,
colored borders, satin binding -68x82
Jfo. 104Fure Oregon Fleece Wool, silver
gray Blankets, blue border, silk bindings, 5 pounds.
68 x 72, the pain $80q
Common Cotton UtanKetsln white,
gray and tan. We hr, e excellent values, ranging
from a 46x74 at 50c a pair to a 66x80 at
$1.50 the Pair
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
"or rent Dowden Potato Digger
"Has record of 260 bushels per
iour. Can hand work beat that?
For terms call Scott ; 'phone 111.
Great opportunity Sunnyslope
Fruit Farm, one mile south of
Hood River Heights has for sale!
leading varieties of standard ap
ple trees. I have good Jersey
milk I can deliver on Hood River
Heights; also ripe peaches. I can
mow your hav. raise or move
IfsKhTt. Lir; &
Tor sale Seasoned wood, hr or,
loak, delivered. J. J. Knapp,
phone 3232-X. 35tfc
ine 7-room cottage on Cascade
Ave., west of 7th street, for
sale cheap. 3 chambers and a
sleeping porch, bath, pantry, at
tic and basement. Inquire at
office of A. W. Onthank. 36tfc
ror Hire Disc drill for seeding
Igrain. clover or cover crops. J.
E. Hall, Oak Grove. 37-40c
For Sale First-class d' Anjou
pear trees, thrifty stock with
3-year-old roots. Phone 2102X.
Cutler Bros. 30-40p
or bale or trade Koo m i n g
house. Good location. Phone
For Rent -Furnished house, nine
rooms, corner 12th and Eugene
streets. Phone 87-M. 3S-3ip
For sale Twenty Rhode Island
Red vearling hens. Good stock
E. F. Batten, phone 2012M.
For Sale -Thorough-bred S. C.
White Leghorn chickens, also
a few Huff Orpington cockerel.
H. Glass. Phone 2082-L. 38-3;e
For sale cheap Hen house. 8x12
built in sections, also 3 rolls of
five-foot park wire and Rhode
Island Red rooster, cost $20 last
bpring. A. I). W ay, phone 3282K
For sale 3-inch btudebaker wa
gon, apple rack and springs.
almost new. Address C. L. Trout
Hood River. 3;-40p
For Sale or Exchange Reming
ton typewriter. Odell 5-X.
For Sale Dry pine and oak
wood. Phone 320-X. 38-3'Jp
Bath Robe Blankets
$2.00 to $8-50
or bale Chean GonH 9.nh
wagon. 2 horse, suitahlp for
apple hauling. Phone 277-M.
for bale -Oak pole wood, $4.50
or Sale Oak
l per load delivered in Hood
Phone 2063-K. 38-41c
I foil ...-i. 1 1 1
vajv k-" v. v, uiv,naiua
preferred. My prices cheaper
than what it will cost you to do
the work yourself. W.
REAL ESTATE SECTION
I Tor Sale At a sacrifice. 20 acres
I orchard land
in Willow Flat
For particulars see E.
! Kline at Hood River Gas and
Electric Co. office. 24tfc
For Sale 230 acres of land, from
$50.00 per acre up. Will sell
20-acre tract with part in trees.
C. J. Calkins. Phone 50-K. tfc
For Sale -20 acres East Side, 1
mile from Summit station, red
shot soil; 8 acres in 2-year-old
trees. Price $200 an acre. For
terms see owner or phone 1X5
Odell. 38-4 lp
To Trade Ten acres in the Oak
Grove district, 3 acres in 2 and
3-year trees, 25 bearing peach
trees. Price $2500. Will trade
for residence property in Hood
River, or might consider good
automobile as first payment. Ad
dress "P" care of Hood River
A Woman beauty
lVH'inli4 very much upon the up
pfiiriiin-e of her hnlr. I am irt pnri-.l
to iiwtkt I'oiuMhKH up to y our onler
timl to (unitxh Nwltch.trt, puffn mill
onrU mailt1 of (jenuine human cut hair
Mi-rt-atitlU Co. will ! pleuwil to
show t lie in ami Klvf print. Mrn
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f i r n.ili- by the owner lit liarualn
prle ami lllicral terms) an. I time.
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nr li.iril lariil thn-e miles) out. Attor
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