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THE HOOD KIVER NEWS, WEDNESDAY,
MARCH 12, 1913
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FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
For Rent Two auj three-room suites
for light Ileum keeping. Modern con
veniences. Apply Mrs. H. G. Frederick
1215 Sherman, or phone 69-L. 49tfc
For Rent New Btore room
Good location on main street
or call 3152.
For Sale (.'ream or miik at Zilliacus
Dairy. Phone 57y4. 5tfc
For Rent Two pleasant rooms, suit
able for light housekeeping. Hot and
cold water. Mrs. Murray Kay. Phone
Kl'KNISHKD KOO.MS KOH RENT
Mrs. J. W. Kigby. Phone 1672. 10-llc
FOR SALK A few stands of bees.
Good for orchards. A. A. Bonney,
Tygh Valley, Oregon. 10-llc
For Rent After March 1 new house,
four rooms and bath. 405 Pine street.
115 a month. Phone 3353. 7tfc
Fine 7-room cottage on Cascade Ave,
west of 7th street, for sale cheap. 3!
chambers and a sleeping porch ,bath, ,
pantry, attic and basement.
t office of A. W. Onthank.
For Sale Large stump puller, includes j
power block, grubbing hooks and
cables. Price $125. J. R. Putnam,
ML Hood, Oregon. 8tfc
ForSaleA few- first-class D'nAjou
pear trees, 3 to 5 feet. F'hone Cut
ler Bros. 5049. 9tfc
For rRent Two-pleasant front rooms,
furnished for light housekeeping, down
stairs, water, light and bath, three
blocks from town. Inquire 714 Cas
cade Avenue. 9-10p
FOR SALE Straw berry plants. Strong
plants from one-year-old vines. D. L.
Wylde, Route 3, near Barrett school,
Phone 5797. 9-12c
FOR SALE Delivery wagon in first
class condition. Very cheap if taken
at once. Telephone 5794. 10-llc
-Three rooms and bath.
WANTED Bicycle with coaster
brake. Will trade first-class Marlin
repeater riflle 2 on same. Statepar
ticulars. Box 21, Dee, Ore. 1112c
LESSONS In China Painting. Fir
ing done. Orders filled promptly.
Phone 2232. Ruth B. Miller, 916 Col
umbia St. lltfc
FOR SALE Some very fine budded
yearling apple trees at a very low
price. Call and see them before you
buy. F. H. Dwinnell, East Barrett.
REAL ESTATE SECTION
ForSale 10 acres near Frankton school
two and one-half miles west of Hood
River postoffice. Four acres of bear
ing orchard of commercial apple trees,
2 acres of 3, 2 and one-year-old apple
trees, commercial varieties, one acre
of cherries, peaches and different ber
ries, one acre of alfalfa. Good 8 room
house and outbuildings, chickenhouse
and yards. Pasture for cows. Plenty
of water. Apply Mrs. J. F. Miller at
916 Columbia street, phone 154L. 8tfc.
For Exchange Forty acres, unimprov
ed, twenty acres slashed, eight inches
of perpetual water, unincumbered. Ex
change for city property. Inquire of
W. S. Nichols, Phone 2072. 6tfc
FOR SALE. .11 acres 5 miles out on
West Side, about 8 acres in beBt com
mercial apples, 75 per cent of which Is
in bearing, balance hay. Small house
i ud barn, beautiful building site. A
paying proposition and you can buy it
ir.uo less than cheap, terms on part if
deHired. Address Box 79, Rt., 2, Hood
River, Oregon. Phone 5886. lOtfc
FOR SALE Will sell 150 acres of
land located one mile from R. K. one
third below value, perpetual free water
goes with this; also about 15 acres
bearing orchard. 25 per cent below
value; 20 shares Hood River Apple
Growers' I'nlon. 80 cents on the dollar,
any reasonable terms. For Rent on
shares or cash rental, 15 acres bearing
orchard, 60,000 strawberry plants in
bearing, room for eight acres potatoes,
good opportunity for responsible man.
must have credentials. Address Own
ir, 17 Alnsworth Building, Portland.
Mill SALE 147 acres at Wyeth has
water right for Irrigation and a good
power. It Is the Gordon homestead,
will sell for 60 jxr acre. I think you
will find this a snap. J , A. F.astes,
Real F.state, Bend, Oregon. 11 14c
FOR 8ALK..25 acres, part improved.
I'MM-r Hood River. Some cash, part
1 1 in or trade. Box 141, Viola. Kan
NEWS "WANT" ADS.
Wanted To take contracts this fall.
to work apple orchards next year,
West Side orchards preferred. My
prices cheaper than what it will cost
you to do the work yourself. W. T,
Forry, Phone 323-K. 51 63p
WANTED Position on ranch for man.
son, wife and grown daughter. Ad
dress 514 W. Tyler st, St. Johns. Ore
Position Wanted By experienced
stenographer good penman. Ad
dress Box 133. Hood River, Ore. 8tfo
Wanted At the Dickinson House a
cook, either man or woman. Phono
We Clear Land Would like a "ontract
for clearing a 60 or 80-acre tract.
Could take several smaller tracts if
close together. Our outfit includes a
gasoline donkey engine, gas tractor
and giant breaking plow. Write or
phone, llfllman Brothers, Lyle, Wash.
WANTED Teamwork. I have a
strong team and want work for them
or w ill take care of an orchard. Phone
T. Kojis, No. 2431. 9-12p
FOR ORCHARDS For
residents or non-residents pruning,
spraying, cultivation, caring for crop,
References, First National Bank, J. J.
Knapp & Son, Phone 5S09. lOtfc
DRESSMAKER Good fitter. Would
come to Hood River for several good
customers. Hazeltine, 41 North 18th,
Porthland, Oregon. 10-llp
WANTED A girl for general house
work. Phone Mrs. C. H. Vaughan,
Number 1491. 1012c
LIVE STOCK AND FOWLS
WANTED Cow. State age, breed
and price. Address T. A. Culbertson,
Parkdale, Oregon. 10-llp
FOR SALE Well matched team of
young work horses. Sound, true, no
thing better. J. J. Knapp, Phone 5809.
FOR SALE Anconas, Houdans, Buff
Cochin Bantams, White Wyandotts
have good stock. Eggs ten cents each
Few Buff Cochin Bantam Cockerels
for sale. Write if Interested. E. L.
Pennock, Cascade Locks, Ore. 9-12p
Indian Runner Ducks English Stan
dard, Pure white egg strain. 1 per
setting, $6 per hundred. Single Comb
Rhode Island Reds, $1.50 per setting.
Mrs. Ralph Reed, Cascade Locks, Ore
FoTSafeTfigh class Barred Plymouth
Rock cockerels and pullets. The strain
of birds: E. B. Thompson's famous
Ringlet strain, Madison Square Gar
den winners, last season a year ago,
from M. J. Myers' flock out of the fore
most breeders In this state. Eggs for
sale. Gust Westerberg, Phone Odell
For Sale One team of bay mares, 6
years old, well matched a bargain.
Price $425. J. R. Putnam, Mt. Hood,
Batten'aSC7Red Are the hejvy
winter egg layers as well as show
birds. If you are starting in Reds why
not start with best blood obtainable?
I have three pens of grand breeders
mated up for this season. Five judges
have passed upon my birds aid pro
nounce them the best in this Western
country. - Eggs for hatching, $1.50,
$3.00 and $5.00 per 15, fertility and
FOR SALE Thoroughbred
puppies. Telephone 5648.
FOR SALE" CHEAP. .Chicken Brood
ers. J. R. Putnam, Mt. Hood Ore
FO R SA LE A good steady ranch
team, reliable and will work well
for cultivating berries, etc. A bar
gain at $175. Phone C779. ll-12p
FOR SALE A limited number of An
cona eggs for hatching. Cecil Shep
herd strain. Heavy layers. Price',
$1.00 per 15. D. L. Wylde, Phone
FOR SXLEBigteam. Good in every
way. Also one work horse. Troy
Shelley, phone Odell 293. 11 12p
BIG SURPRISE TO MANY
IN HOOD RIVER
Local people are surprised at the
QUICK results received from simple
buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc., as mix
ed in Adler I ka, the German append
icitis remedy. Charles N. Clarke,
Druggist, states that this simple rem
edy antisepticlzes the digestivn sys
tem and draws off the Impurities so
thoroughly that A SINGLE DOSE re
lieves sour stomach, gas on the stom
ach and constipation INSTANTLY.
Wanted Position by experienc
ed stenographer good penman. Ad
dress Box 133, Hood River, Ore. lOtfc
For Sale or Rent A piano.
We have a fine lot of Roses,
Shrubs. Perennial Plants this
sprinir. A few large Pieplant
Roots. All at prices that you can
not attorn to send away lor what
you want. March is the best
time to plant anything in the
hardy line. Later we will have
all the Bedding Plants and Cut
Flowers at all times.
FLETCHER t FLETCHER
Phone 5138 Hood River Ore
satisfaction guaranteed. If yoi- get
good hatches tell others, if not tell mt.
Phone 5078. E. F. Batten, Hood River,
For Sale One span of bay horses, 6-year-olJs,
weight 3000, well-matched
and ver.r gentle; One bay driving mare
7 years old, weighs 1050, standard
bred and registered.very gentle; straw
berry plants $2.00 per thousand, also
general line of nursery stock. H. S.
Galligan, Phone 5246. 7tfc
Notice I have secured cockerels from
Oregon Agricultural College with rec
ord of 229 eggs. Why not get settings
from trap-nested stock? I have It You
can place your order now. Your choice
of S C. White Leghorns, Barred Plym
outh Rocks, S. C. White Orpingtons,
Columbian Wyandottes and baby
chicks. Adaress V. T. Beaurgard.1004
Eugene street. Phone 3091. 8-llp
For Sale Big work team. D: H. Ar
ena, Parkdale, Phone Odell 165. ytfj
WANTED Good fresh family milch
cow. Must give four gallons or more
rich milk. Dickerson & Peck, Phone
EGGS FOR SALE From pure bred
White and Brown Leghorns and Silver
Spangled Hamburgs at 75 cents per
setting of 15. Phone 2044. lOtfc
WANTED A good ranch horse, weight
1200. Must be young and true. G. H.
Thomas, Dee, Phone Odell 14. 10-llp
FOR SALE One fine brood sow, six
young pigs, 100 young hens, all laying,
one Mann's bone cutler. Address E.
H. Gordon, Parkdale, Phone Odell
FOR SALE: Four-year-old mare, brok
en to drive, also buggy and harness.
Phone 2773. 10-llp
FOR SALE Bay teamTo and 6-year-
olds. Weigh between 2600 and 2700.
Sound and true to work. Also saddle
pony, $25. Address C.B. Jensen, Mt.
Hood, Ore.,or phone Odell 265. 10-13p
WHITE ORPINGTON EGGS $2.50
per setting. Stock brought direct from
Kellarstrass Farm two years ago, $2
an egg strain. Mating; last year with
a cockerel of Cook's English strain;
this year, with a cockerel from Philo's
coops. Hatchings for the two years
have averaged 80 per cent pullets. J.
O. McLaughlin, Phone 3354. 10-13c
NOTICE Before ordering your Bur
bank and Vermont Gold Coin seed po
tatoes you had better call the U. C. M.
Ranch, Phone Odell 337. 11 18c
FOR SALE Mammoth blackberry
plants. Also a few Goodell strawberry
plants. Phone 5603. 10-llp
'FOR SALE Burpee's extra Early
Eureka seed potatoes. $1 a hundred,
also onions, $1.25 a sack. C. E. Miller,
Phone 5448. 9-12p
For Sale Good lot on Prospect Ave.
on installment plan. Inquire of Har
old Hershner. 3tfc
..For Rent House of 5 rooms, good
condition, within 5 minutes of post-
office, $10 per month. See John Baker
Smith Block. 3tfc
For Sale One and two-year-old apple
trees including Delicious, Winter Ba
nanas, Ortleys, Newtowns, Spitzen
bergs, and other leading varieties. Al
so Burbank potatoes. Write or phone
J. T. Nealeigh, Hood River. Phone
FOR SALE Second year's crop from
two acres of strawberries. Inquire
W. H. Bucher, R. D. No. 2 or phone
Odell 12X. 10-13p
COMMERCIAL FERTILIZERS You
can save money by ordering conmer
cial fertilizers through M. M. Mo'Tlaon,
Rt 2, Phone 6479. Call or write for
Christian and Missionary Alliance
Sunday School at 9:45, II. C. Dietz,
superintendent . Preaching at 11 a. m.
Young People's Meeting at 7:15 p. m.
Evangelistic service at 8 p. m . Prayer
meeting Thursday evening at 7:45.
These are all gospel meetings. Our
motto: "Jesus Only." All are cord
ially Invited. W. P. KIRK, pastor.
WANTED Men and women to learn
watchmaking and engraving, few
months only learning. Practical work
from start Positions secured for
graduates. Practical trade not over
done. Write for particulars. Watch
making School, 210 Globe Building.
Portland, Ore. tf
Regular Sunday excursion to Park
dale. Pleasant trip for yourself and
A QUEER VIEW "OF'NEWTORK.
Its Delicatessen Life as an Englishman
You have to pay 10 cents In New
York for a chicken sandwich, and then
It Is usually made of turkey. You pay
S cents for a ham sandwich, and then
you have no Idea what It Is made of.
1 was In the del lea tease a trade In New
York for three weeks, and I have my
suspicions. For 23 cents you can have
a club sandwich. That Is made of toast
and chicken-turkey and bacon, all hot
and very good. It la well worth the
extra expense, because the smell of
the bacon disguises that of the chicken,
American bacon la not good. It la
nearly always sold In glass bottles, as
we sell Jam, which prevents Its getting
away. Personally I prefer Its flavor
to that of their chicken, because I was
In a hospital once, and I bate being re
minded of it
.There are as many delicatessen stores
In New York as there are wine shops
In Paris or tailors In the city of Lon
don. To millions of good New Yorkers
the most dazzling kind of orgy la to
spend the evening In a cinema theater,
which costs 6 cents, and then go to a
delicatessen store and have a ham
sandwich. For the rest of the week
they live upon dill pickles. Dill pickles
are what we call gherkins, and they
are far and away the most popular
article of food In New York. You can
get one for a cent A really big and
Juicy one, which will do you for break
fast with a tit over for lunch, costs 2
cents. The people of New York are
simple and long suffering. The exist
ence of the delicatessen store Is the
proof of it la no other trade in the
world can you make so large a profit
with so little truth. London Truth.
A STORY OF MANSFIELD.
The Great Actor Was Peouliar and
Richard Mansfield was peculiar if we
believe bajf the things we have heard
about him, but he was appreciative of
favors, though he had a queer way of
"One bad to be careful about help
ing him," said an actor who had play
ed with Mansfield for years and who
greatly admired him. "When I Joined
his company the stage manager told
me to get up in Mansfield's lines, so to
be able to prompt him if he forgot
He did one night in 'Cyrano,' and I
gave him the word when he was floun
dering around. He took it and went
on. But when be came off be gave me
a terrible scolding. Never in bis life
had be been so insulted. Was I an
actor? Did I know the ethics of the
business that I, a mere support should
give the word to the star?
"I said nothing, but waited. The
very next night In the same play and
almost the same scene he went up
again. I stood still. He looked at me,
but I said nothing. In some way he
got through, and when be came off I
got it again. Never bad be been so In
sulted. One of bis actors let him
flounder and never came to bis rescue.
Did I coll myself an actor? Did I
know and so forth? Then I gently re
minded him that he had forbidden me
ever to help htm again. lie looked at
me, grunted three times and turned
and went to bis dressing room." New
Disraeli and Fame.
Our note on the genius who mistook
Whistler for a star hailing from the
music 'alls reminds a correspondent of
a still more weird identification. Lord
Houghton told the story: "I walked
with Gladstone on Tuesday, and when
he left me a gentleman came up and
said. 'Might I ask If that was Mr. Dis
raeli?' Such is fame!"
Real fame, however, was once the
portion of Disraeli. Lady Dorothy
Nevlll recalls how Beaconsfleld once
told her of an encounter with a cab
man, lie Jumped into the cab, and
the driver at once opened the trapdoor
and remarked: "I know who you are,
sir, and I have read all your books bar
'Lothalr.'" The "dizzy"- heights of
fame! London Standard.
It Made a Difference.
"If I ever get bold of Blnks I'll
thrash him so that his mother won't
"What's the matter?"
"lie's been slandering me. He says
that I beat him out of fS In a poker
"Not at all. I heard tbe remark my
self." "What did he say?"
"He said that you beat him out of
$5,000 In a wheat deal."
"Oh, well, then, I suppose it Is all
right I hardly thought he was tbe
kind of man to go around telling stories
that reflected on my character." Life.
"I tried to sing my youngest boy to
sleep," said Senator Sorghum, "but It
wouldn't work. Then I told him a
story, and thnt wouldn't work either."
"How did you get him to sleep?"
"My wife came to the rescue with
one of her clever suggestions. I deliv
ered one of my speeches to him."
Edltb So you are really engaged at
lnstl I'm awfully glad to bear it
dear! Gladys Yes, I was sure you
would be. You have less competition
now. London Mail.
Dangerous to the Diaphregm.
Jack-Reggie Imngines that he is a
lady killer. Ethel Well, be isn't far
wrong. We girls almost die laughing
at him. Boston Transcript
We are best of all led to men's prin
ciples by wbst they do. Butler.
CAREFUL OF THEIR COWST
Isle of Je -eey Sees to It That the Breed
Is Kept Absolutely Pure.
Undoubtedly tbe little island of Jer
sey b:is been enriched by the profit of
its cows. Iu modern days potato rais
ing uud fruit culture have helped, but
It Is the solid, continual profit of the
cattle tbut has uiiule the island rich.
So carefully do they tend them there
and so frugal are they of waste in
trodden pastures, says Our Dumb Ani
mals, that they actually tether their
animals, and the children or indoor
servants shift them at morn, noon and
Geutleness is their cue in handling
the calf, which, after a dose of moth
er's milk, lias to be content with sklm
mllk. or sklllegalee. She is haltered
and fed by hand and becomes docile
and gentle and when two years old
yields indoors or out her bountiful
bucketful of frothy, rich milk to the
quiet women folk who milk her.
The Jersey breed is kept pure by
stringent laws against the Importation
of foreign stock. Tbe summer pastur
age is very rich, and cattle remain out
from May till October, but during the
winter they are always comfortably
Tbe milk is used almost exclusively
In making butter. A good Jersey will
mnke an average of a pound of butter
every day in the year. The Jersey la
beautiful in form, and her abounding
dairy products make her a favorite
with the household, an ornament to
any farm or estate and a source of
great profit to her owner.
CURIOUS CUSTOMS IN INDIA.
Dancing Girls Are Married to Idols
Parrots are taught in India to spend
a large portion of their time in repeal
ing the names of gods, and such a
spokesman brings a great price, espe
cially among business men, who im
agine that by owning such a parrot
their spiritual treasures are accumu
lating while they attend to their usual
Many of the dancing girls in India
belonging to the temples are called the
wives of the gods. At an early age
they are united In wedlock to tbe im
ages worshiped in the temples. This
strange matrimonial connection is
formed in compliance with the wishes
of tbe parents, who believe it to be
a highly meritorious act to present a
beautiful daughter in marriage to a
The only foreigner who ever saw tbe
Inside of the great Temple of Jugger
naut was na English officer, who suc
ceeded In gaining admission by paint
ing and dressing himself like a native.
When tbe Brahmins discovered that
their holy place had been thus defiled
they became so enraged that all the
English residing at the station were
obliged to flee for their lives.
Suspecting their pursuers to be more
desirous of gratifying their avarice
than their revenge, they strewed silver
money by the way, and while the na
tires stopped to pick it up they gained
time and succeeded in reaching a place
of safety. Philadelphia Inquirer.
I hove never doubted the fact that
winter was really at heart a Jolly good
fel.ow, brusque, but sincere. Ills bark
Is worse than his bite. If you expect
smooth phrases or flatteries from his
lips you will be disappointed. His lan
guage is vigorous, direct and effective.
His reljjn as "ruler of the Inverted year"
is absolute. His qualities are distinctly
masculine. We think of spring as a
shy maiden coquetting with the breezes,
summer as the perfect flower of gra
cious womanhood. Autumn reminds us
of a widow, to whom bereavement has
brought a chastened melancholy. But
winter Is the vigorous gentleman with
the wisdom and Judgment of age,
strong and unyielding where great Is
sues are at stake, yet withal reveal
ing at times a winning beneficence In
both looks and actions. Suburban
The Vatican's Precioue Manuscripts.
The Vatican library is probably the
most sumptuously boused in tbe world.
This, of course. Is only as it should be,
for the collection contains some of the
mowt precious manuscripts In existence.
Including the Biblical "Codex Vatlca
nus" of the fourth century, the fifth
century Vergil and tbe palimpsest "De
Republics" of Cicero. Tbe printed
books Include over 2.D00 fifteenth cen
tury editions, many of them vellum
copies. The total library has been es
timated to comprise over 220,000 vol
umes and 30,000 manuscripts, but It
has never been adequately catalogued,
-Poll Mall Gazette.
Smith 1 see you're paying tbe ex
penses of that painter who fell off the
roof. Brown Sure; he's too good a
man to lose. As he went down be
touched up three or four places which
would have been extremely difficult to
reach In tbe ordinary way. London
P. 1. P.
"Do you know, old man, that young
fellow saved me from absolute bank
ruptcy last year?"
"How was thotr
"He married the girl I bad been en
gaged to for months." London Tele
"Is Mrs. Pretty face in mourning for
"Cnn't say. Only now she's In black
for him." Baltimore American.
It Is difficult to rest If you are doing
nothing - Koinun Proverb.
(from the Enterprise) .
Mrs. Sutherland and Mrs. Maclnnis
visited Mrs. Waugh In Hood Hlv:r
A. J. Bruuqulst of Hood Rier is
pruning the E. E. Bentley on:i -J
Bryan R. Dorr of the Major Creek
Lumber Company was in tovn una
says the mill intends to start up again
this week, sawing out stuff for the
completion of the flume, which will
be pushed as soon as all the snow
disappears from the canyon.
The Michigan meeting brought more
"out of the woods" than was antici
pated by J. L. Sutherland, who called
the meeting. Over seventy sat down
to the picnic dinner, after which songs
were sung, opening with "Michigan,
My Michigan,'" speeches made and
each one t Id from what part of the
state he or she came.
C. W. Reckers and family returned
from Southern California on Saturday.
They enjoyed themselves very much
in the south, but are glad to get back
to White Salmon. They covered much
of the country by automobile while
away, for California has spent mil
lions of dollars making good roads.
autos are many and horses compara
Frank Campbell and family, who
live on the flat, met with an accident
last week which resulted seriously for
them, for the father and seven-year-old
stepdaughter are crippled with frac
tures of bones. The family were in
the wagon and while making the turn
in the lane road the wagon tipped
over and the team started on the run.
The occupants were beneath the ve
hicle and caught in the slats which
made up the sides of the box. They
were dragged some distance before be
coming extricated. Mr. Campbll's arm
was broken and the girl's leg fractur
ed In two places. All were more or
less bruised. That one or two were
not killed is a wonder.
Boss I should think it would be
the last th!.ig Murphy would do to ca.
ry a lighted caudle into a powder mag
azine! Casey It was, nor.
would be a good name for out stock
ings. They are so strong, where vear
most comes that they outlast mobt
ordinary kinds. Stockings are oi.ly
one of the many things at 5, 10 and
15 cents that we want you to s'e.
For the children there are toys,
dolls, games and candy. For the
household enamelware, tinware, crock
ery and kitchen hardware.
Every woman Is interested In our
laces, embroideries, hosiery, pictures,
stationery and post cards.
Remember nothing over 15 cents.
The Cruikshank Co.
Hood River, Ordgon
T. I. TWKKDY
Mutual Inaurance at 60 Per Cent of Old Line
Kate. Kire Insurance on Builftina'S in
Courne of Contraction, Kree.
NOTARY PtJM.ICl ON TH HKIflHTK
Kent & Garrabrant
Spaulding's Sporting Goods
AITKinds of Soft Drinks
Oak Street, oppoaite Smith Block. Hood River
fTtaunt Hood Railroad
Effective 12:01 A. M.
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AND EOOS FOR HATCHING
S. C. White Leghorns V. P. Rocks
S. C. Rhode Island Reds and
Indian Runner Ducks
ARE YOU PARTICULAR?
That's why our Chicks and Ducklings
are in such demand.
They Live! They Grow! They Pay!
HOOD RIVER POULTRY YARDS
J. R. NICKELSEN. Proprietor
Sea Poultry Yards it Frankton. Phone 5929
J. C. Johnsen
Where the Best
Values Come From
HAY AND OATS
Rolled Barley. Bran, Shorts
Fourth Street between Oak and State
TRANSFER & LIVERY
Hood River's Medical In- .
stitution. Open to the
public for the treatment
of Medical and Surgical
cases. Rates on applica
COTTAGE HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION
UNITED '.3SS DIVIDED
W. J. BAKER
APPLE AND STRAWBERRY
LAND A SPECIALTY
WE FURNISH FRUIT
PICKERS AND PACKERS
And All Kinds of
NIGUMA & CO.
14 I last Oak Street
Hood River, Or.
Tho Newt for lino printing.