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Agents for the Star Brand
The Largest and Most Com
plete line of SHOES in the City
IIATS FOR MEN
Special Sale of Boy's Clothing for Fall and Winter Wear
Having bought the entire Htork of Vo-ht Brother' Boy' 2-IMeee Hiiitn, we have le cilel to Kive .you Bargain Prices that u ijl l.v you to iimwtigate at once Tin. will be a GENUINE jy"
the regular price and our Special Price marked in plain figures before you. An 1 furthermore, everything you read in this ad you may rely on because it has the Guarantee 01 tne raris x air
to back it. We will give you a few descriptions and prices of the suits so that you may get an idea of the workmanship, style and quality of the material, for instance
Boy's Serge Suits
Regular price $5. Of)
-A. ZTiaa-O 3iTic3lG-:Fla,tea.
Boys Plain Dark Blue Suits a few lizei of i,vh' plain irk blue
cotton warp 2-piece mita, that are square cut and double breasted,
ami good value at the regular price, 0
Special price 5O0
Boys' Mixed ChCViOt SultS A complete run of Bizes in boys' double
breasted square cut suits, niado from wool mixed cheviot, very
durable. A bargain fur $2.60
Special price $1.98
BOYS Novelty SultS A aplendid selection of boyg' wool novelty suite,
with a black background with preen and red stripes, double
breasted, sou re cut, something that will pay you to look at.
Regular Price 12.25
Special price $1.87
i:0OD RIVER GLACIER
laiusd erarr Thaisdar T
ARTHUR O. MOB, PuMUIm.
THURSDAY. AUGUST 30. 1906.
A shortage In the water supply of
Medford hai forced some of tha In
dustrie! to that down.
Eastern fruit papers are making
good deal of nolae just now because
some New York applet sold for 12 e
barrel, and are predicting disaster for
(be nervy buyer. What will they think
of Ilood River Spltzenbergt selling
tor 13 a boi or 19 barrel, with the
freight added T
Tbie eeaion ! going to be teat of
the popularity of Colorado and other
mountain grown apples inasmuch as
tbis fruit is likely to be cheap all over
the oountry. The question wntoh tug
gest Itself Is, will the consumer pay
a stiff prloe for the Colorado apples
when they can get apples from other
sections cheaper? Paokei.
Hood River has "tested ouf'at 13 a
box. Now Is the time for the other
aprle setloos to have a fit.
The movement to olean up the city
and valley Is a most oommeudable
oue and If aooompllshed will add
muoh to the attractiveness of Ilood
River in tbe eyes of both visitors and
residents. If you have not tbe virtue
of orderliness assume It aud help to
make what Is now known as the nat
oral borne of tbe finest apples in the
world also the neatest.
The European beetle (xyleborus
dispar), a fruit tree pest discovered
In Multnomah four years ago, has ap
peared Id Forest Qrove orolmrda. It
Is a very minute insect, which bores
through the core to the heart of the
tree and kills it In a very shoit time.
The O. A. C. wiU investigate the bug
as nobody seems to be acquainted
Don't be a knocker. Hide your little
hammer and try to speak well of oth
ars, no matter how small you may real
ly snow yourseu to ue . wtien a
stranger drops in, jolly htm. Tell
him this Is tbe greatest town on earth
and it Is. Don't discourage him by
speaking 111 of your neighbors.
There's no end of fun minding your
own business. It makes other people
like you. Nobody gets stuck on a
knocker. Lou Wlrput.
lu auother ooluuin will be found an
article on tbe subject of a bettor
lighting system for Hood River. Its
intent was to discover the sentiment
in regard to this matter which sooner
or later must engage the attention of
taxpayers, as it is an important oue and
some day will bave to be solved. The
Interviews published were taken at
random and there was no Intention
discriminate against anybody who has
anything to say on this subject, there
fore those not oonsulted need not feel
that they were Ignored.
Tbe Co-operation of Fruit (irowe rs.
Enterprising fruitgrowers and farm
era everywhere are getting together.
Organizations, oo-operation- the get
ting together spirit seems to have
full sway this year. It is tbe sign of
progress emerging from tbe orude pio
neer methods to those of the older
settled communities. The get together
plan properly carried out Is work
along the right Hue. It means that
building on solid foundations of oo
operation will endure all storms of
As an example of the benefits de
rived, Mauager Shepard of the Ilood
River Fruit Growers' Union, has
Boy's 2-piece, all wool, plain blue
serge suits. Made double breast
ed, with a square cut, and from a
very fine quality of material.
shown by actual figures that this or
ganization is saving its members $75,
00 eaob year in the matter of boxes,
spraying material, and fruit wrap
peing paper. Ibe prioes received
from the fruit of the plantions have
advanced in some Instances from 25
to over 100 per cent aud in addition
the buyers come to the association
uniting with them to fix the price at
their home station. The Puyalup &
Sumner, the Yakima and other associa
tions are like examples of what orga
nization is doing for the individual.
Kvon where there are only a few grow
ers ptoduciug the same class of fruits,
it pays to get together. The packing
will improve, shipping to the receiv
ing merchants can lie made more reg
ular and as a oonsequenoe the prloe
Bxed is more satisfotory. Orohard
The Hood River Commercial club
held an informal meeting last Friday
evening for tbe purpose ot resuming
active work in the interests ot the
valley. During the summer the ulub
has only been transacting routine
business and attending to the matter
of furnishing information to those
who applied tor it.
Now, however, that tbe vaoation
season is over it expects to start lu
on a campaign of education and ad
vertising in regard to Hood River and
to take up several matters that bave
been presented to It in the interests
of businessmen aud others.
1 he officers of the club state that
they would like those who have any
suggestions tor the betterment of eco
nomic or oommeroial conditions In
the oity and valley, or that will help
the orgalnzatlon in enlarging Its scope
of activities to make them known.
At ita meeting it endorsed the idea
of having the business men of the city
use an ad whloh oau be printed on
the back of an envelope and which in
brief tells the story of Hood River's
Hue apples, its wonderful develop
ment, its tine climate, bow it is situ
ated, its conveniences, its hanking
Aud many other things about it that
will attiaot the attention of the recip
but of the letter or whoever handles
it. As mail from Ilood River teaches
all parts of the world the club thinks
this should prove a most effective ad
at a miuiimnn cost.
dvertisiug matter for the fruit
fair is also under consideration and
It is expected that some provision will
be made to supply visitors with a
souvenir of some kind.
LIKES OUR ORCHARDS
A recent visitor at Ilood River was
J. 11. Reid Commissioner of the First
Horticultural District of Oregon. Mr.
Keid was acoompauied Ly his wife and
was here two days returning to his
home at Milwaukee Tuesday. He has
earned the reputation since going in
olllce of being fearless and energetic
aud a hard worker lu the interests of
better fruit iu Oregon. Kerosene is
tbe weapon employed by him for di
seased fruit found iu the markets of
his district. Where owners have re
fused to take the necessary steps for
cleaning up their orchards he has not
hesitated to bave the trees grubbed
out and a suit for j'J.OOO is now lend
ing Hgaiuxt bun tor destroying a
pouch orchard affected with male.
This is not however woirying Mr.
ttetd as he feels that he was doing his
Mnle here be visited the orchards
of the valley aud had nothing but
commendHtion for all he saw, saying
that "methods employed iu growing
fruit at Hood River are so different
from those used elsewhere that only
by irubbiug out their orchards aud
starting anew can other sections hope
to equal tbe perfection attained here.
Persons who see the orchards at Hood
Hirer will cease to wonder at tbe big
prices aud tine quality of its fruit.
Everything is in its favor, soil, cli
matio conditions and a geueral feel
ing among growers for the best re-;
Boys' Manish Cloth suits
Boys' 2-piece, wool manish
clolh its, square cut", double
bleats! I'd, made from one of
the m t stylish pieces of cloth
Hint can be found on themar-
l.fl IH-il iV.
Hegular price $3.00
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BOVS Manish ClOth SuitS A hire assortment of boys' 2-piece suits,
double breasted square cut. Something that will hold the school
lioy. Regular price $,'1.50.
Special price $2.49
Boys' Salt and Pepper SuitS Boys' 2-piece double breaHted square
cut suits, in salt ami pepper effects, made of hard finished wor
stereil, something that the dust will not penetrate. A good value
for the regular price $4.00
Special price $3.27
Manish Cloth SuitS All sizes, 2-piece manish cloth suits for boys,
made with a square cut and double breasted. A very heavy ami
servicable material. Regular price $2.75
Special price $1.97
gardless of selfishness. Added to tbis
is the excellent work of tbe Apple
Growers' Union in getting good rices
and In packing and marketing your
fruit. Tbe development of Hood Riv
er valley, while already wonderful,
has not yet reached its zenith, and I
do not think the day is very far dist
ant when land here will be woith $1,
000 an aore."
Bo much token was Mr. Reid with
Hood River that he expressed himself
as desirous of obtaining some land
here and it is possible that be will be-
ooine a resident of the community of
which he is such au admirer.
Hazel Itand Kinds Another Watch.
Miss Hazel the little daughter ot
Jack Rand, who is one of the little
baud engaged in selling fruit at the
O R. Sl N. station, a lew it ys ao
picked up auother wutch. ii u weeks
ago this young bidy loui.d a watch
which was left at the sl.iti n and
eventually returned to iU c i nr and
now another timepiece is nt t. same
place awaiting a claimant it was
found uear the warehouse oi fio Duv
idson Fruit company along ti e rail
road tiack and has on it a moi gram,
Miss Rand thinks that tiic .itches
are dropped by presona bout ..ug tbe
trains, who are lu such a huuy that
they forgot to properly secure them.
I'liloailing Material f.r Itridgc.
A big crew of men emploed by the
O R. & N. has been engaged for
the past two days in unloading mater
ial for tbe new steel bridge which that
company is building at this place. A
fully equipped construction train ac
companied the men which is Utted
with a huge deirick, water oar, iui
mouse jacks aud everything that
would be found necessary foi a long
stay out on tbe road. About all the
material for the bridge is now here
aud as soon as the piers are completed
work ou it will be rushed forward.
SCHOOL BELL TO
RING SEPT. 3rd
Wliilo the announcement may not
lie welcome to Hood River's youths
ana maidens or school age, we are in
formed that its educational institu
tions will open Monday, Heptembt r 3,
aud that pupils will be lequired to as
semble ami icgister on tbiit day. No
classes will be heard Monday, but tbe
work of registration and usMtiuii.oiit
will be taaeu up so that tbe real ork
of the school can commence on Tues
day. All the leachers for the ensu
ing term havo returned from their va
cations aud are expected to report for
duty and the coining school year is
looked forward to with the promise of
being a most successful one.
During the summer mouths a mini
ber of changes uud improvements
have takeu place iu tho school build
ings aud its facilities and 1'rnf.
I'rouse reports that the physiosl lab
oratory has been augmented with the
addition ot valuable apparatus. One
hundred dollars worth of uew books
has also been added to the school li
Au Innovation lu tbe high school
course this year will be the maintain
ing of four clsses iu the grades of
that school giving pupils who attend
these classes a privilege they bave not
heretofore enjoyed, as they will now
be allowed credit at tbe bubor insti
tutions of leiiruing iu tho state for the
last year of tbe course. Formerly any
time utilized by the stu 'cut here iu
preparing lor the higher course was
wasted aud they were forced to com
mence their studies where they had
left off the year before This has
been done ai.y with by the four grade
course and Hood River's high school
is now entitled to to the same recog
nition as other towns iu Oronon.
During vacation tbe school build
ings bave lieen renovated aud repaired
and a new lavatory built at the high
school which is connected with the
sewer and has better sauitary condt
W ill Kxlilhlt Prunes.
A contract was closed a few days
ago for $7!i,000 worth of Idaho prunes,
to tie shiped to London and Glasgow.
The first load will be packed aud load
ed into a refrigerator cer dining the
session of tbe National Irrigation !
congress, to be held at Hoise. Septem
ber 3 to 8, and the fruit will Ui in
spected oy the delegates of the con
i - veaa. Jixr&y -wrltla. Eacla. Suit rEEE of Cla.arg-e
"CLEAN UP THE
CITY AND VALLEY"
Several progressive residents of
Hood River huve takeu up the slogan
of "Clean up tbe oity and valley"
and are urging that something be done
to make the acknowledged attractions
of the city and valley appear to au
The present condition of the city's
streets is said by one disgusted citizen
to be a disgrace to Hood River, al
though he says "1 had invited several
friends to visit here during the sum
mer. ! was almost ashamed to bave
them come. Rooks, boulders aud de
bris of all kinds are scattered about
the streets all over town. Weeds glow
In luxuriant profusion everywhere
and theie in enough cordwood on tbe
streets which has diopped off passing
racks to supply a good sized family
tor the winter. Outside people bear
so much about Hood River that wbeu
they come here they expect to see a
model city In point of oleauliuess and
what they have Been tbis summer has
kept their entertainers busy explain
ing tbe whys and wherefore. We
ought to all take a day off and clean
up. A movement to organize a civic
society here to look after such mat
ten, would, I am sure, meet with a
It is said by those who bave takeu
this matter in hand that conditions
out iu the valley are as bad as they
are iu the city end that while or
chards are In the finest of conditions
the appearanoes around bouses and
barus are anything but beauti
ful. A gentleman, who has the inter
ests of tbe valley at heart, in speak
ing of it the other day said: "We
are all more or less to blame for this
and it is more a matter of negl ct
than intention. It is remarkable bow
little time it takes to change these
conditiong if ranchers would only
think of it. Nothing looks neater or
adds more to the appearnoe of a farm
house than to have the weeds cut
around it, lawns kept Jin shape, and
farm vohices aud agricultural imple
ments kept off the road and out of
sight. With so many visitors con
stsnUy iu tbe valley during tbe sum
mer it would certainlly add very
much to Hood River's reputation for
progressiveness if ranchers would
clean up. Anyhow, let's all make an
extra effort in this regard in time for
the fruit lair and meeting of the State
Dislocated HIm Shoulder.
Johu (iiiiguard while driving
through Oak street Tuesday evening
was ruu away with and thrown out of
bis whuou. His groans attracted tbe
attention of several persons in the vi
cinity who went to his assistance aud
summoned a physician. On examina
tion it was fouud that Mr. Guignard
was quite badly hurt and he was tak
eu to Cottage hospital. A further ex
amination revested the fact that he
had dislocated bis shoulder and his in
jury although painful was not serious.
At present he is reported to be rest
Wholesale and Retail
Lath, 5hing'les, Etc
Lumber Delivered to
Boys' 2-piece, round cornered
single breasted suits, made
from an all-wool dark gray
cheviot, shaded with invisible
Regular price, $3.75 fljO QO
Special price.. l-.Ow
Boys' Mixed Cheviot Suits a eompiete run of sizes in boys' mixed
cheviot suits, square cut, double breasted Buits that will stand
the hard usage of any school boy. Regular price $5.7r.
Special Price $3.27
Boys' WorStered SuitS All sizes in boys' double breasted square cut
woratered suits. Patten ed with in visable green ami red plaid.
A very nobby school suit. Regular price $5.00
Special price $2.98
Boys' Dark Blue SultS Boys' dark blue background suits, with
light hint, red and gray invieahle stripes. A very snappy suit
for school. Regular price f:l. 75.
Special price $2.83
Pine Grove Prepared for School.
Pine Grove sohooljwill open Tuesday,
Septeinoer 4th, Monday being a holi
day, with a corps of teachers who
come well recommended. Prof. J. W.
Riley, of Mapleton, N. D., has been
elected principal, Miss Clark, of Port
land, intermediate teRrher, and Miss
Earl, of lndiaua, will hare charge of
the primary department. There will
te a nine montbs'term. Anyone hold
ing library books belonging to the
school are requested to return them
at the beginning ot the term. A new
well has been dug on tbe school
grounds whiob is 18 feet deep and
curbed with brick.
To All Whom It May Concern : No
tice is hereby given that Ira Alcorn is
no longer in my employ, or associated
with me in any capacity whatsoever.
No one will In the future extend any
credit to him on my account, and he Is
not authorized to wake any collections
forme. A. 8. Bent.
On State Road Hill, out of Hood
River, one new 5-ring halter with rope
stem. Also one plaid carriage blanket.
Finder will be paid 75c by leaving at
tbe Glacier otlice or at Butler Ranking
Cider, Champagne Cider, Genuine
Champagne, Vinegar, Wines
from ffrnnes And small frnilM lnoliol
from cereals, vegetables, plants, fruits
ami wood and valuable recipe. oa
$1 for book giving practical infi nin'iun
how to make them. LEO ZAl'.KL,
P. O. Box 004, Port la id, Ore
Why buy them from agents or com
mission men and pay 75 to 1100 more
when you can buy direct from our
firm in Hood River, where we have a
branch store, which contains a large
assortment of high grade instruments.
including tbe great Apollo Interior
Piauo player. This is the only in
strument in the world whloh plays the
entire key-board or the piano, aud
also tbe only one having the transpos
ing scale by which the performer cau
play iu any key and acoompany tbe
voice oi ui.y instrument. Pianos aud
organs sold ou time or for cash. Sec
ond baud instruments takeu in ex
change ii in I also several for sale.
Pianos ti.ued aud repaired.
Silas II. Soule.
Phone Main 1423 Hood River.
Not ce Is hereby given (hut the undersigned
luui duly qualified as executor of the last will
and testament of I.ouls 8. Khoadea, deceased,
and all persons having datum against said
eetste are requested to present the same duly
verified at the office of A. A. Jayue, Hood
River, Ore., wtthla six month from the date
hereof. O. H. HHOAPKS.
August 2:1, ltKH aU3)
J. A. TILLMANY
MT. HOOD HOTEL
Any Part of the Valley
Boys' Serge Suits
Boys' dark brown
or manish cloth suits, 2-piece,
square cut, doubl breasted.
Just the suit for school.
Regular price, f 4.50
Boys' Knee TrOUSerS Our assortment of boys' knee trousers is very
large, making it easy to make a selection of a neat, snappy pair
of trousers. Prices range
From 250 to $1.15
Boys' Norfolk SuitS Double breasted square cut 2-piece suits, made
from sli-wool, plated front and hack. Something that is good
ami serviceable. Regular price $3.50
Special price $2.38
Boys' Mixed SuitS Boys all-wool mixed in gray effects, square cut
double breasted. A suit that Is made to wear. One extra pair
pan's with each suit. Regular price $5 75.
Is now located in Chan. Clarke's Dni; Store, next
door to the postoffice. A full line of
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware, Cut Glass
All Goods Marked in Plain Figures
Don't forget the name
Clarke, the Jeweler
W. B. STROWBRIDQE
Paper Hanging and Tinting a Specialty
For Hale-A Faultless Urubber, nearly new,
at a bai'KHln. Also two tents and camping
ontftt. Crescent Fruit Co., x miles out, east
Italian prunes. Oue eentapound.
Twin Oaks Farm.
For Sale Team of light work horses, one a
good single driver: set double harness; one
hark; one buggy, almost new; one single liar,
ness; one saddle and bridle. A bargain.
aao-820 H. M. Huxley.
Wanted AO famtlies who can each use from
10 to 100 lbs. of prunes. Choice of four varle.
ties. Phone 126ti. il. C Hateham. a30-sl3
For Sale Two horsts, weight about 1(100 lbs,
each; 1 one-horse spring wagon, cart and har
ness, j.b. Kinsey. a:Mis
For Hale Forty thoroughbred Brown Leg.
horn bens. J. L. Carter East Hide. I'huue
For Hale 10 acre tracts In Mount Hood Net.
tlement, on main road, limber on some
tracts, also wster. Price trsin) to 125 per
acre. Hslfdown, balance 0 per cent. Clear
ttt eto every IracU Address A. e.. Velgulh
HI Hherlock Building, Portland, Ore,, owner
For Male Reliable family bay horse, broke
to work, rlda or drive single or double Also
harness and two-seated rig. Will take cow.
hay or farm wo-k in exchange. Apply by
mail or IU murmugs ai lariu uii iv'rreu nirnj.
se Mrs. I. ii. siercer.
For Sale Only ai nilnnUw walk from posk
otnce.is acres ut good ricn land, nne view,
living springs on place. (Iisid new house.
some land cleared. All for 1100. Easy
terms, enquire at tins omce.
For Sale Team of mares. New harness
and heavy hack, cneap. Apply at Transfer
li Livery Darn or w h. MCLaugunn. i
For Hale Bed loom suit, ooo't stove, chairs
Mason fruttjars, hack aud harness good as
new. Call or write Henry HUtniin, Daven
port lower planer, Hutlium; i
For Sale Heavy wagon In good condition
will trade for light wagon. Mingle harness
taken In part payment. 8. p. Kolph, It. F. II,
No. 1. Ptione a9.ni
For Sale One of the beat paying millinery
stores In Eastern Oregon. If sold within i
days will go at a bargan. W rile for particti.
Inrs. R. J. Uorman & Co., 210 Second St., The
For Sale-Fresh cow. H. prlgge.
For Sale Three cows, two fresh and one
will be fresh In February. J. H Thomas
lice, or. aZI
For Sale A lot of fine, young, Clark's seed-
strawberry plants lor sale. Mrs. t , W, Mo
Cuue, K. r. l. No. 2, Hood Klvcr. aSl
For Sale One black Jersey cow. one work
horse and single harness, one pump and ptie
lor a u looi wen. i.ueap u taken soon.
aZi James A. Cook
For Sale A perfect horse, a nice bright
bay, clean legs and sound feet a fine di.
position driver, either double or single. In
fact you cannot put him In the work he can
not do. Weguaranteesatist'actlon. Theonlv
reason for disposing of him Is because I have
bongnt matcnea team to run our wagon.
Call at Kta'kford store, It. F It. No. S, Pood
If yon have a watch that others bave failed
to make give aaitafarttun bring It to me. T.
8. Weekley, the lewder. jj lm
For Sale )ne learn of horses, weight nuu
riunds each, mAl broken, single or double,
aud U years old. Wood harness and s.
miu i'ii, w in- ii i, w nil ns-K. rrice
Terms. Will take two or three good milch
cows as part payment. Write to or iuqulr of
C. W. Perna, Cascade Lurks, Ore. jsttf
Bulls lor Service I keep two bulls nt my
plaifor service. Any one wishing the use ot
same must pay at the time service is rendered
Hervice, $1. 1 also do dehorning at Sic pel
head, liruno Franz North Belmont, ao-novl.
Parties wishing to buy land In Wind
River valley would do well to call on U. ('.
Welherell, Carson, Wash. Jyai:mii
For Sale Klght acres of land, 1 miles from
Hood River on Kelmont road ; ft acres In
strawberries, fS fruit trees, part full bearing
and part one year; balance In clover, potatoes
and vegetables, blackberries, red raspberries
and black caps on plum. Three room hounc,
Sacking house lDxa), barn Hxlii and other
ulldtug. Call at place fur further particu
lars. J2i;tf It. J. Mulkins.
Only a few more of those splendid 10-scre
tracts unsold on the M. B. Potter farm In
Hood River vslley, near the city. SuiUible
lor apples and strawberries. Prices are
placed below regular rales on similar prn
erty In tills vicinity. No better apple land
can be found. Look at it personally lor tint
proof. Write Frank McFarlaud, lx mil at.,
Pootlaud, or see Mrs. M. B. Potter on the
in 101 1
Wanted Farm hand, single man preferred.
Steady job. Phone Farmers 431. C. T, Roberts
Wanted A cook fur the Employes Club, nt
the Warm Spring Indian School. For fur
ther tnror ation csl on or uddress W. H.
Bishop, Box 7h, City. bsiS
Wanted Horse, harness and iyA Inch tire
wagon. C. D. N tckelsen. al
Wanted Prune packers and pickers, good
camping ground, two weeks work. Apply to
P. Hennlngsen, at the Dryer, Meatier, ore. sat
If you want a square deal then deal with
T. s. Week lay, the Jeweler. All work war
ranted. Prices talk. 2H lm
Wanted to Sell or Trade-Two lots. 6 x loo
and 40x100, one six-room house and lour-i'oom
cottage with fruit on place. Box .VIS, Hood
Wanted Oentleuien or lady with good
reference, to travel by rail or with a rig, for a
firm of fcUMUO.iiO capital. Salary 1,HT2 per
year and expenses; salary paid weekly mid
expenses advanced. Address with stamp,
Jos. A. Alexander, Hood klver, Oregon.
I,oBt Within the oast three or four month
a pairof gold-rimmed spectacles in a dark
reu case, i ieaae leave at mis omce mid re
ceive reward. Mi
a i Jin, ..mvi mil j u iifoiiin Him UUlll,
with modern improvements, free water, in
IXM' IKMI. UII WIIIIItlHK lllCIl.
' BARGAIlS" REAL ESTATE.
A variety of good residence property
ty at prices and terms' to suit.
tiood buys fur tm, JfiOO. 700. 850.
Sl.OtH), $1.:K0, 1 1,300, 11,400, f 1,800,
$!,7.rt0, $1,800 or any price you want.
Two-story house near lii'iih si'luiol fur
several good residences close to busi
ness for sale cheap.
Fine two-storv residence with two
lota, choice location, only $2,000.
New two-storv house, six rooms lm.
sides pantry and bath, only !H)0.
Whole blocks and acreage property for
sale on easy terms.
r inest residence low in the citv cheap. .
Large list to select from", inclndinir
tood orchard land and farm property.
Come ana eoe ns.
On thank 5l Otten
Hood River Ore son