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THE HOOD KIVER NEWS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2. 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 River Connection
UUY Y. LDWAROS & 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
1000 Cords, pine and fir, at head of Neal
Creek road. Yarded out. Inquire on
premises or PHONE 224-K
Pine, $1.75 a cord Fir, $1 50 a cord
F. B. SNYDER
: Hood River Plumbing company
Sanitary Plumbing and Heating.
Tinning and Sheet Metal Work.
Repairing Promptly Attended.
HAVING purchased the 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.
OIVH US A Tit I A I
MERCER & CO.
I'HONI: 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
APPLE LAND & ORCHARD COMPANY
HOOD RIVER, OREGON
0c: H: I Oak Strut Phonsi. 26 r 2002
Furniture and Tianos Mo-Vcd
All Kinds of Light and Heavy Work
Wood Yard and Feed Store in Connection
Office I'hono 29
J. M. SCHMELTZER
HOOD RIVER ABSTRACT COMPANY
"Accuracy" is Our Motto
Office In New Heilbronncr IWilKJInjr I'hone 2J Hoed River, Oregon
Phone U. C. M. Ranch. Parkdale
77-Odell Upper Hood River Valley. Ore.
1013 State St.
B. B. POWELL
WARUMOUSli ON FIRST STRUET
Expres3 an baggage
F. A. BISHOP
SOFT SHELL CRABS.
They Don't Remain 8oft Vtry Long
After the Shedding.
The supply of soft crabs (or market
la obtained by catching bard crabe and
keeplug them until they ahed their
For this purpose large rectangular
floats, made of laths and planking,
are employed, and three or four timea
every day the stock on hand Is care
fully Inspected, all the soft crabs being
picked out and packed without delay.
They are put Into shallow boxes of
moist seaweed, from ten to thirty-Are
dozen In a box, according to the size
of the animals.
When the packing Is done carefully
the occupants may be kept alive from
sixty to seventy hours after leaving
Crabs nave been shipped all the way
from the Chesapeake to Canada, arriv
ing at their destination In good condi
tion. In summer, of course, Ice Is
But where soft crabs are concerned
It Is necessary that they shall reach
the market quickly, because their new
shells harden with great rapidity.
At the end of twelve hours the shells
are like parchment, and In three or
four days the crab Is as bard as ever
hence unfit for use In the form most
highly approved by epicures. New
DICKENS AS HE WORKED.
During Long Walks He Evolved the
Plots of His Storiaa.
Every Christmas and every summer
for twenty years Marcus Stone, R. A.,
the English paloter, used to visit
Charles Dickens at his various homes,
especially at Gaduhill, near Rochester.
. "Dickens," says Stone In his remi
niscences, "was one of the greatest
and kindest men I ever met He was
imbued with the true Christian spirit
What particularly struck me at Oada-
hlll was the atmosphere of calm and
comfort one felt at once on entering
"At 3 o'clock every afternoon we
used to have a twenty mile walk In
the country round. Dickens spoke but
little while walking, and this after a
time led me to discover the secret of
his amazing Industry. lie sat only for
a few hours at bis desk, and I always
wondered how be could be so prolific
"Well, owing to his taciturnity In our
country walks I began to suspect that
It was then he evolved most of the
plots of his novels. Ills brain was ac
tive all the time and the task of repro
ducing on paper the things be Imagin
ed and thought about became more or
less a mechanical process."
During the review of the army re
cruits in VUna some years ago the gen
eral In command, turning to one of the
new soldiers, asked him, "What Is mil
"It Is that a soldier has got to do
Just what he's told by his superior
officer, only nothing against the czar,"
was the answer.
'All right, then, lou take your cap,
bid your comrades goodby and go and
drown yourself ' in that lake there.
Look sharp T'
Tears glistened In the soldier's eyes.
lie gnzod earnestly and prayerfully at
his commander, turned suddenly about
and rushed off to the lake. lie was on
the very brink before be was over
taken and stopped by the sergeant
sent to prevent the Involuntary sui
cide. Reault of Intense Emotion.
A young cat was seen to catch his
first mouse. As he was carrying It in
triumph to the house he suddenly be
came pnralyzed In the hind quarters
and for an hour remained stretched on
the ground. Then movement returned,
but It was observed from the way he
knocked himself against the furniture
and made no effort to take food which
was given to him that he was blind.
For two hours he remained In this con
dition. Finally the blindness suddenly
vanished, and pussy was himself again.
Ills was a case of hysterical paralysis,
brought on by the Intense emotion of
his first mouse.
Qood Ladiea' Horse.
'You told me he was a good ladles'
horse," angrily said the man who had
made the purchase.
"He was," replied the deacon. "My
wife owned him, and she Is one of the
very best women I ever knew." Ex
Hlns (who has been punished sev
eral times for malicious mischief,
reading on the Are alarm box, "Break
the glass T') "No, no! You can't fool
me!" Fllegende Blatter.
Couldn't Listen Continuously.
"John, you never listen to half the
things I say to you," she complained.
"Well, dear," he repllod, "I have to
work part of the time." Chicago Roe
"They tell me the baby looks exactly
"But babies, you know, often out
grow these likenesses." Baltimore
TJnele Blllbab (who' tins unwisely
sampled the "Ida dish of Roquefort
cheese) By gum! That butter ain't in
no trance! Judge.
Work Is not hard,
art afraid of It
It Is the eyes that
1000 ncre Eastern Oregon wheat
farm; MK ncn-e mniiinir tallowed
ready ti heed; Mg crop nnsiired next
year, will nearly puy urclwiw price
from thin one crop, will t r.i.l.' for
small, well-Improved (aim.
40 acre red shot soli, unrlfnred, 1-'
mllt-H from town, .1 nillcn from Willow
Flat. A money maker for niue one.
Will trade.for lioue and lot la town.
Flno I'ortluud retdileiice for kiiiuII
Hood Itlver farm. AdilresH E-:i, care
Notlca ot Completion ol street Grading
Notiea is hereby riven that Dobson A Hatch,
contractor, have filed written notK-t thi. 23ni
day of September, 1912. of the completion of
grading1 street and sidewalk area from the west
curb tins of Second street to the Kant line of
Eighth street on Prospect Avenue under their con
tract with the City heretofore made and entered in
to under Ordinance No. 3H5, and that the amount
due said contractors for said improvement upon its
acceptance la hereby stated to be fvs04.8o.
And notice is further given that any objections
to the acceptance of said work under the contract
with the said contractors on the part of said City
may be Hied in the otneeof the undersigned City
Recorder by any interested party at any time
within 15 days from thedateof the first publication,
to-wit, within 15 days from the 2ith day of Sep.
This notice is published in the Hood River News
for two consecutive issues thereof, the date of
first publication thereof being the 25th day of
H. L. HOWE.
86-40 City Recorder.
Notlci Calling for Bids for Construction ol
Incompleted Walks Id the 13th Street
Notice is hereby given that pursuant to the ac
tion of the Common Council of the City of Hood
River. Oregon, Sept. 8. 1912 and by authority of
the provision of Section 20, Ordinance No. 114 of
raid City, in matters pertaining to street improve
ments in which permits have been taken out by
property owners who havefa'led to comply with
the requirements of said perm i in, the undersigned
City Recorder has been instructed to advertise for
bids for the construction of cement curbs and
walks in front of the following described property:
Lot 8, Block 2. Stranahan's 1st Addition, J. T.
Holman, 60 feet of walk.
Lots 33 and 84. Block 1. Stranahan's lut Addi
tion. C. S. True, 200 feet of walk and curb.
Lot 24. Block 1, Clarke's Addition, K. B. Clark.
115 feet curb.
The above was ordered In place by Ordinance
No. 366 passed by the Common Council March 1M,
112, and approved by the Mayor, March 22, 1912.
The said bids will be received by the said City
Recorder up to 12 o'clock noon, October 7. 1H12.
and shall be opened by the Street Commit
tee as soon as practical after the time fixed for
receiving the bids, and the several bids, together
with the summary thereof, hall 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 aid City, at which
time said bids will be considered.
The work of constructing said sidewalks and
curbs shall be let in one contract and shall be re
quired to be completed within 30 days after award
ing the same.
Notice is further given that any interested par
ty may file his 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 said bids fur their considera
tion at said meeting. The person firm or corpora
tion to whom the contract is let will be required
to enter into an agreement to the effect that said
contractor shall look alone for payment for mater
ial and work to such particular portion of the
fund to be assessed upon the property liable to
pay for such improvement and paid into the City
treasury for that purpose, as shall be assented to
the property in front of which and to the charge
of which a particular part of the improvement to
be done by the successful bidder is to be made and
collected and paid into the City treasury .and such
contractor shall in no event require the City of
Hood River or any of its officers or agents to pay
the same, except out of such particular portion of
said funds so assessed or collected into the City
treasury, and for such portion of said improve
ment, nor seek to enforce payment of the same or
any part thereof against the City of Hood River
or any of its officers by any legal process or other
wire, except out of such particular fund.
All bids must state price for constructing said
curbs and sidewalks, which work shall be done in
the msnner and form provided for in General
Improvement Ordinance No, 194 of the City of
Hood River. No bids will be received which spec
ify more than one price on said work chargeable
to one block in length. A bond for the faithful
performance of the contract to an amount equal
to 25 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. SW. 1912.
H. L. HOWE.
39-40 City Recorder.
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for
Hood Kiver County.
Gilford D. Wood worth, and Rose Wootfworth.
Standard Orchard Company, ft corporation. Rose
h. Hotchkisa, Anson W . Stone, and O. U. Cravens,
To Rose E. Hotchkis. Defendant:
In the name of the State of Oregon. You are
hereby required to appear and answer the Com
plaint filed airainst you in the above entitled suit
on or before the last day of six consecutive weeks
from the date of the first publication of this
summons and if you fail so to answer, for want
thereof the 1' Lain tills herein will take a decree
against you for the sale of the hereinafter de
scrilied real property situated in Hood River
County; Oregon, for the foreclosure of that cer
tain mortgage thereon, dated November 22, 1909,
made and executed by Defendant, Standard Or
chard Company, a cor,Mrat ion, to the above nam
ed plaintitTs to secure the sum of Seven Thousand
ik liars (ITOOU.OO) and intni, wnirn said mort
gage wasduly filed in the office of the County
Clerk of said Hood Rivrr County, Oregon, on Jan
uary 18. 1910.J at 9 o'e'ock a. m. and recorded in
Book 3 of Mortirages on inure ttft. and 9. pursu
ant to default made in the payment of interest
secured by said mortgage, and all as follows, to
wit: 1. For ludirment nint the said Defendant.
Standard Orchard Company, for the sum of Sev
en Hundred Seventy r our and 47-100 Dollars
77447. totrether with interest thereon from July
27. 1912. and for the fur' her sum of One Hundred
and Fifty Dollars !'- . ns and for attorney's
s. together with plamtui s costs and disburse
2. Knr th usual decree for the foreclosure of
said mortraire and for the sale of the following
described real property situate in the County of
Hood River and State ol Oregon, to-wit:
All that part of the North, at Quarter (N. fc. '4)
of Section Twenty-nine lV in Township One
(1 North, Range Ton Uut East of Willamette
Meridian, lying west of the right of way of the
Mr Hood RAilnaad Comnai'Y. and containing about
80 acres, according to the I'mied States iiovem
ment Surveys thereof, by the Sheritf of Hood
River County. Oregon, aemnling to law and the
practice of this Court; that said sums aforesaid
be made a specific and sulfating lien upon the
said real property altachir.k' as of November 22.
19H. and Prior and superior ' "y claim, right.
title or interest of any or all of the Uwe named
defendants or sny or all persons claiming under,
by or through them or any "f them; that the said
real property be sold as afm-said to pay said sum
of $774.47. together with the said interest thereon,
the aaid sum of $150.00, as snd for attorney's fees,
and plaintiffs said cost and disbursements here
in; that upon the said sale, after deducting the
amount of costs and expenses of the sale, the
Sherttf pay the proceeds to the County Clerk of
said Hood River County, snd that said County
Clerk apply the proceed as bv law provided; that
said defendants and each of them and all person
claiming by. through or under them and each of
them be forever barred and foreclosed of and
from all equity of redemption from said sale, and
in and to said real property n by law provided;
that said olaintitfs be entitled to become a pur
chaser at said sale, ami that upon such sale the
ourchaser be entitled tn entr into possession of
said real property and hold the same a by law
provided, and that plaintm ne entitled to nave
the said ssl of rest nroiHTty confirmed by the
shove named Court; that plaintiffs may have such
other and further relief s to the Court may seem
just and equitable in the premises.
You are hereby served by publication of thi
summons by virtue of an order of the Hon. (i. R.
Castner, Judge of the County Court of Hood Kiver
County, Oregon, duly made, granted and dated on
the Hth dav of Auirust. V.-W. for the service of
this summons upon you by the publication thereof
and in accordance therewith, and which order
prescribe that the time for publication thereof
hall be for six consecutive weeks, and the 2!t
day of August, 1912. a the date of the Hrst publi
cation of thi summon, and you are hereby fur
ther notified that aid date is and will be the date
of the first publication of this summons.
Dated August 12, 1912.
1. A. A A P. Keel.
Attorneys for Plaintiff,
84-40 II. id River. Oregon.
Notice of Sberim Sale
Br rtrtuc of an execution laaud out of and un
der th of th Circuit Court of Hood Kivr
County, Orrffon, upon ft judgment rendered in the
JuMtice Court of Hood Hiver District, Hood Kiver
County. Oregon, and afterward traneeripted to
and docketed in eaid Circuit Court, ou Auiruat 1st.
VJ12. in an action wherein P. C, Youna im plaintiff
and Oscar r redenbur ia defendant, in favor of
the said plaintitr. and airatnet the said defendant.
for the sum of JS.U6, with interest thereon at the
rats of lu per cent pr annum from r ebruary 1st.,
U12, and t.W costs and disbureementa. which
execution was directed and delivered to me as
Sheriff in and for aaid county and state, 1 have
levied upon a!l of the riffht. title and interest of
the said defendant, Oscar Fredenbunr. in and to
the following described real prooerty. to-wit:
The south went quarter of the southwest quarter
or section twenty-one in township one, north,
range ten, Kaat of the Willamette Meridian.
Nut ice is hereby given that 1, the undersigned.
Sheriff as aforesaid, will sell the above-described
real property to the highest Kidder, for cash, at
public auction at the north front door of
the Court House in the City of Hood
Kiver, in said county and state. on
the 24th day of October. A. D. 1112. at 11 o'clock
a. m. of that day. to satisfy the said execution,
interest, costs and disbursements, and accruing
costs, expenses and disbursements.
Dated September 25, 1112.
THOS. F. JOHNSON.
Sheriff of Hood River
3-43 County, Oregon.
Notice of Sheriffs Sale
In th Circuit Court of th State of Oreeon. for
Hrmd Kiver County.
Washington County Abstract Title and Trust
Co.. a corporation. Plaintiff,
C. A. Heath. Eliza J. Heath. E. F. Heath. Mas
Kie M. Heath. L. A. Heath. Caaaie M. Heath, i.
Adrian Kpping-. Emma Lpptna and J. P. I hom
Notice ia hereby given that a Writ of Execu
tion and Order of Sale was issued out of the Cir
cuit Court of the State of Oreiron for Hood River
county on the lth day of September. Iil2. upon
a judirment rendered on the 9th day of Septem
ber. If 12. in favor of the plaintiff and airainst the
defendants, which said execution and order of
sa!ea is to me directed and commanding- me to sell
thelproperty hereinafter described for the pur
pose of satisfying- the judgment of plaintiff in
aaid cause for the sum of S-U46.94. with interest
thereon at the rate of eight per centum per an
num, from the Hth day of February. 1911. and for
the further sum of $250. attorney's fees in said
cause, and the further sum of S24.70 costs, and
the costs and expenses of said sale incurred upon
said Writ of Execution snd Sale;
That in compliance with said execution and or
der of sale. 1 will on the 25th day of October.
1912. at the hour of 10 o'clock A. M. at the front
door of the Court House in Hood River county,
Oregon, sell at public auction to the highest bid
ber fur cash in hand, for the purpose of satisfy
ing the judgment above named, the following
described real property, situated In Hood River
county, Oregon, to-wit: The north one-half
(n1) of the southwest quarter (swVh) of section
thirty 130), township two (2) north, range eleven
(11) east of the Willamette Meridian, except a
right-of-way for an irrigating ditch to the East
Fork Irrigating Company, described on page 121
of volume Y of the records of deeds of Wasco
Iated.this 25th day of September, 1912.
THOS. K. JOHNSON.
Sheriff of Hood River County.
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, in
and for Hood Kiver County.
Nellie Lehman, Plaintiff vs. Joseph E. Lehman.
To Joseph E. Lehman, defendant:
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 named Court
and entitled suit, on or before the last day of aix
consecutive weeks from the date of the hrst pub
lication of this Summons, as hereinafter stated,
snd if you fail to so appear and answer, for want
thereof, plaintiff will apply to this court for the
relief demanded in her said complaint and will
take judgment and decree of this Court for a di
vorce from the bonds of matrimony on the grounds
of habitual drunkeness and of cruel and inhuman
treatment, for the care, custody and control of
her minor child. John William Lehman, and for
other equitable relief.
You are hereby served by publication of this
Summons-by order of Honorsble George K. Cast
ner. County Judge of Hood Kiver County. Oregon,
made September 10, 1912. which order prescribed
that you shall appear and answer said complaint
on or before the last day of aix consecutive weeks
from the dste of the first publication of this Sum
mons, to-wit. October 23. 1912. and the 11th day
of September. 1912. as the date of said first publi
cation; and you are notified thst ssid date is and
will be the first publication of this Summons.
GEORGE R. WILBUR.
37-43 Hood River. Oregon.
Notice to Creditors.
In the County Court of the State of Oregon for
the County of Hood River.
In the matter of the estate of John G. John
Notice is hereby given thst the undersigned has
btcn sppointed Administrator of the Estate of
John li. Johnston, deceased. All persons hsving
claims against said estate are hereby required to
present them, duly veritied, to the undersigned
at the otfice of John Kker. Attomey-at-Law. 9
and 10 Smith Illock. Hood River, Oregon, within
six months from the date hereof, to-wit, August
HARRY B. JOHNSTON.
Notice lor Publication
Department of the Interior
V. S. Land Office at The Dalles. Oregon.
September 24. 1912
Notice is hereby given thst John C. Owens.of
Mount Hoed. Oregon, who on October 30, 19ii.
made HomesU-d No. 1&3.-2. Serial No. 04022.
for W' NW',. SENWV and NW'.SWV Sec
tion 2S. Township 1 North. Range 10 East, Willsm
ette Meridisn. has tiled notice of intention to make
Final Five Year Proof, to establish clsim to the
land above described, before r. A. Hishop. U. S.
Commissioner, at his otfice at Hood Kiver, Oregon,
on the 6th day of November. 1912.
Clsimsnt nsmes as witnesses:
Armand L. Patereau. William M. Craft. Edmond
C. Miller, James C. Simonton. all of Mount Hood,
C W. MOORE.
Delinquent Tai Certificates
Notice is hereby given that in pursuance of
Article 42. Chapter 2t. General Lawa of Oregon.
Delinquent Certificates will be issued to the coun
ty on the following described property:
C 8 True Baldwins 1st Add. kits 3 and 4 .$4 14
I. M Baldwin. Baldwins 2nd Add. lots 1 and 2 4 14
Charles Schser. ldlewilde. lot 15. block 3 4 50
E F Durlnn. E and W 1st Add, lots 47 and 48
block 10 46
Hans K.'kert, E and W 1st Add. lots 45 and
46. hl.H-k 2 45
Rnbt R Krwin. E and W 2nd Add, lots 4. 6, 8.
9. 43. 44. 45 and 46. block 2 63
A L Everett, E and W 2nd Add. kits 6 and 6.
b ock 2 14
V. Kpp'ng. Park A. 1.1. lots 13 and 14. block 2 7 20
M Dumas. Park Add. lot 12. block 3 .... i 60
Colver G irdon. E and W 1st Add. lots 31 and
32, block 6 45
J W Heaviner Est. S 'a. NW '.ae ne'.,
Sec 1.'.. 2n. 9e 8 00
M K R.xlgersand M R Haskell. Vol. 45. pg
252. Sec 33, 2n. le a 29
A L Kaufman. Stranahana 1st Add. lot 8.
block 2 19 SO
George Stranahan and Sam Blowers. River
View Park, kits 23 and 24. block 6 13 50
E M llvde, E and W 2nd Add. lots 3 and 4.
bloek r. 14
Cynthia Jones. E. SW',. SW',. NE'. Sec
3. 2n. lOe 4 M
V Kelley. E and W. 1st Add, lots 37 and 38,
block 2 45
J F Klink. Waucoma Park Add. kits 3 and 4.
block 3 H
J A Knox. 23 seres in Sec 3. In. lOe - 45 45
J K Kmhn. SE'4. SK'.. Sec 2S. In. lie 4 20
Pearl Morton. N 2o acres of n iiti sec
27. Sn. lie 4 61
May Nichols, begin at renter of section, w
Hil nuls. south N rds, e 20 rds, A n easter
ly 25 chs to begin, sec 20. 2n. 10 e 7 50
W L Nichols. 40 acres of w', nw', sec 15,
2n. Ille 48 00
John W GaUhell. Barrett 4 Siptna Add. kt
fi blk II
Porl land Ice t onipany. a j ns't, s' ne'
see 26. 3n. liv
H C Hanson, kit 3. sec 4. 2n. 10 e
Klanor Potter, five snd 65-100 acres in sec S.
2n, 10 e
C I, K..lger. Ml sores in sev 9. I a, 10 e ... .
H S Kowe, Cascade Locks, lots 3, 4. 6. . 7,
blk 1; lots 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. S. blk 2: lots 4. 0. 7.
8. 9. blk 5: lots 2. 3. 4, 5. 6, 7. blk f; lots
S. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. blk 9: all of blk
(12 lots) 10: all of l.ik tl- lotslll. all of
blk (.'. lots! 12; all of blk (6 lots) 13
J A Rumfonl. n', nw', sec 33. 2n. 9s....
Frances B. Stranshan. man a A oil. lot ,1,
John Andrews. H.iod River Troper. kit i.
B Vierbirker. E and W 1st Add. lots 47. 48.
J W Watson, 10 R by 10 R in ne' , se' se'4
sec 27. 3n. 10 r: r. ff W anil A.I.I, kits 1. i.
7, 8. 9. blk 5: kits 41. 42. 43. 44. blk 5; lots 1
to K 4Li to 4s. blk 8
Geo Steinhauser, 30 acres ini'jr"( wt,
J L Wheeler. E and W 2nd Add, kit 4 blk S
And best of all r .u -the
PRICE IS Klgnt
Steadily increasing demand for them
is good evidence that the STAR is a
winner. We unhesitatingly recom
mend them to Orchardists.who want a
ladder that is not heavy or, clumsy but
strong enough for any ordinary use.
Blowers Hardware Co.
The Firm that "Makes Good"
filling all prescriptions, avoiding all possibility of , a
mistake. We use the best of drugs, thus making
your medicine when finished the bestithat can lie secure!
" We Give Green Trading Stamps"
Keir & Cass
SMITH BLOCK HOOD RIVER
Contains &$oitylZO '?"" - -
uSll ftt yTJL lEvjj. especially to order for us
M VtA35 by the most approved methodj
Y5Sio VwisllsawSS Preferred Stock Canned Goods
I y2Skvv JpjSs sc4 Wksrsvsrtasaaetaraarswa
re uniform in their high quality and purity.
I 7 J' A hoiuthold niciuity PrttrrtJ StoctJrtm your Crtctr
1 m AIXBH A U WIS, Wholesale Grocers, PORTLAIfD, OREGOIf, U.S.A.
All kinds of Preferred
J. M. WOOD, Proprietor
For Lime, Cement and
STRANAHAN & CLARK
4th & State St.
0. P. DABNEY & SONS
FURNITURE, FURNITURE, FURNITURE, STOVES
We buy, sell and exchange everything
in Mouse Furnishings, Campers
Don't forget the plncc-Cor. 4th S Steit
is what you have a
perfect right to know
mand in the filling of
a prescription. We
use extreme care in
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. W. ONTHANK, Agt.
10 Oak St. Hood River. Ore.