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HOOP RIVER QLACIER THURSDAY SEPTEMBER SO, t007
tHoob Hhirr (Blartrr
Issued Kvery Thursday by
ARTHI R It. MOE. Publisher.
reruns of Hubacriplloa-ai Ju a year when
paia id aavanoe.
Governor Johnson, of Minnesota,
may le tbe choice ol tbe democratic
- party for president. The governor
' political career li abort one, but baa
been very successful, aud be baa
clean record. While there is bat lit
tie hope of a demociatio victory, yet
John A. Johnson, of Minnesota
would uuke a strong ran.
Tbe eastern fruit papcra, espooiall
I hose who cater to the commission
house trade, are never on but one
aide of the market, and that is tbe
bear aide. Just now they are busy
taking up arguments to show that the
present high prices of apples will ten1
every buyer to thj deninition bow
wows. Wheu apples are high they
say that tbe prices aie ruinous. When
prices are low tbey continue to oau
tion tbe buyers, lest there b no mar
ket at all Tbey do ao much knocking
that thy wear out a little hammer
The railroad business nt Hood Kiv
er ao take up tbe time of tbe agent
that the express business Is hard to
handle in connection with tbe other
business. It should be put uuder tip
aiaie management and moved up on
the businesa street, where it will be
nccessable to the public and where it
nan be attended to by its own agent
Tbe business at tbe etHtion baa grown
to metropolitan proportions, and
something should be done to relieve
tbe congested conditoin that now ex
Ists. Every ageut that baa been placed
bere for several years baa been worn
out, and many of them have quit tbe
road. They all claim there are too
many departments to be looked after,
with tbe belt provided, BDd the sta
tion should have a new rating accord
Ing to the business done and Its im
More railroad tickets are soli to
and from the llood River station than
any other point on the O. Ft. A N,
toad between Portland and Hunting
ton. This is conceded by tbe train
men. Tbe way that passenger i pile
otf at Hood Kiver, and make room for
tbe large crowd to get on at every
train, proves tbe assertion. Nearly
every train, except tbe overland, con
taining mostly through passengers,
nearly emptier out at llood River,
and half the cara on tbe local goiug
east might as well be left bere, as tbey
go on practically empty, only to till
up again, however, as tbe train comes
back on its way to Portland. A pas
songer coming up from Portland the
other day saw all tbe poople but one
or two getting off at Uocd ltkor,' and
asked a Hood Kiver man if this' war
where they stopped to eat. "Why,
ni, this Is Hood Kiver." "Excuse
me," said tbe strangor," but I see
everybody getting oil here and thought
that this was the end of tbe road or
that It was a stopping place to eat. "
Tbe Speuoer has also found that it
did not pay to go any further than
Hood Kiver, and for some time this
bas been tbe end of the ruu. It le
very probable that when the new local
is put on between Pendleton and
Portland that Hood River will be the
end ot one of the short local runs.
W. II. Chipping SerloiiHly Injured.
Tuesday afternoon, at the powor
house of the electric light company,
W. II. Chipping was struok ty a belt
and received serious injuries. He
was asniNting Chester Shute in taking
a belt oil the wheel which iuna tbe
governor, whilo tbe machinery waa in
motion. The Uy wheel revolves very
fast, and the belt caught arouud I he
sbuft, and before Mi. Chipping could
got out of tho way he was struck a
dozen times by the end of the belt as
it whipped around the shaft. A linger
was broken, thumb dislocated, and lie
received bruises all ovei tbe body,
some of wbicb have canned internal
injuries more or less serious. Iho lly
wheel was also broken by the pound
iug of the bolt, but none ot the
pieces, fortunately, Btruck either of
A telephone message was sent to the
oflice, aud Supt. EBrly, ot the Mt
llood road, ordered a handcar to the
power house, an the tiaiu would not
be due tor some time, while a team
wns taken to the wagon bridge.
The handcar was so far np the roid,
however, that Mr. Chippiug started
to walk in, being in Biich pain that ne
would uot wait, and reached the
bridge, wlieie he wus taken homo and
a physician summoned.
Accident on North Hunk,
A distressing accident occurred on
the North Hank road Tuesday after
noon. While taking down the falno
work from a completed tunnuel about
four miles wet of Underwood, a
strong gunt of wind swept through tbe
iuuiioi, disiougiug a section of tim
i . .. j i i . . . .
ue in uuii luinuor wnion tne crew were
taking down. Before they could get
out of the way two orthieeofthe
men were struck by the falling tim
iiern, huu iMCK xtrocz was struck in
the face. .en picked up fay his
companions his note was iound to be
literally smashed flat, the bones
broken, and tbe face badly bruteed.
xu cumpauy wu a menu, ne was
taken across tbe river, after haviug
the wound dressed by a physician,
mid went to Portland ou No. 1, to a
Kew Agent Arrive.
J. H. Fredracy, the new O. K. & N.
agent at Hood Kiver, arrived Satur
day lroni Wasco and assumed his du
ties. Mr. Boyle will remain natil the
cfilue is fully etiecked out and turned
over to bis successor, after wbicb bis
plana are indefinite. He may con
clude to go into business bere, as be
thinks this about the best town to
live in, but if be does not Huoceed In
finding anything to suit, will go to
Taooma and look for something clso.
He prefers to quit railroading for a
time, but miy conclude to take it op
again. Mr. and Mrs. lioyle bave made
many freluds hero who wish them sua
cess in whatever tbey may take up.
Mr. Frediaoy comes well recommend
ed and will no doubt fill tbe position
very aooeptably to the public and tbe
Arknowlrdges VMt 1o Hood River.
W. P. Hill, editor of the Glenwood.
Ia., Tribune, who with bia wife spent
several days vraittng W. F. I.araway
and otner Iowa friends bere a lew
weeks ago, has this to nay ot bis visit
bere In bis paper:
"At Hood Kiver they scent two d'
llgbtful days wib tbe Larawava. W.
K. and Kalph bave a One optical and
jewelry business, wbich tbeir Willi
county friends can readily understand
is far io advance of anything of tbe
kind in that section. The bet is nev
er good enough for W. V. Tbey also
bave One fruif farms in tbe Hood
Kiver valley. (Joe of tbero is man
iged by W. r. Cooper, a aon-ln-law,
another by Percy Laraway, and an
other la being cleared for planting.
the trees are too young for heavy
bearing, but some idea ot tbe possi
bilities may be gained from tbe pro
duct of one two-year-old peaob tree
which tbey bad permitted to bear.
From it Mr. Cooper's little boy and
girl picked 10U mammoth peaches ot
excellent Quality. Tbe tree was not
to exceed six feet In beigbt. Ibis val
ley is probably esily tbe beet apple
district in tbe world, tbe Newton and
Spitzenberg being tbe favorite com
tnercial apple. lhe fruit la sold chief
ly through loci I association, and
this year bas been ail contracted at
13.75 per box for tbe choice apples.
As a box contain les than a bushel,
an. " tl ia fahlilAnat ha...
it is easy to see that a small orchard
may be a large fortune."
Wilhnr Starr Concert Co.
1 lie v Hour Ktarr Concert company
will appear at tbe opera house Friday
evening, ('doner Ufa, at 8:lao clock.
1 his la the first of tho Congrega
tional Ladias' Entertainment Course
and la composed ot Wilbur Sturr. bar
itone. He bas been at the bend of the
musical department of several col
leges of tbe middle wrtt and Is a sing
er who has gained an enviable reputa
Algert Anker, who Is a violinist ot I
rare ar.llity, llg Irene Uodds, nun
tralto and Mrs. Wilbur Starr, celloist
and accompanist. So well have these
people entertained tbeir audiences!
that tbey bave been asked for return
latea in many places.
tickets will be on sale at Ciarke'i
iriig store Tuesday, October 1. Those
holding season tickets reserve your
seats at tma time. JNo extra charge.
Siuglo iiMnilSBlon tickets, 75c. Chil-
Jreu under 14, 25o. Children' seats
not reserved but special arrangements
will be made for them.
NEW GOODS IN
K.cry deparU-ient. cVe our excel Vnt line of
Fur and Far S t. Nothing to iuul them
iu the city.
The Store That Saves You Money
The finest lot of high top shoes for Men and
Boys in the city. Anything from a boys' high
top for 92.50 to an Elk Skin Calf 18 inch
top for 96.50. Nothing' better on tbe
Never before bave we had the com
plete assortment of wrap f"r the
ladies and children that I f e this
fall. All the very latent m 'sign,
the best of workmanship, d i'e
most reasonable in price. The la'uef t
assortment in the city to tt-lcct iroui.
Special Ladies' Coat No. 307
This etylieh coat is made of a good
quality Kersy finished Thibet cloth
lined witb French satin to yoke
depth. Prettily trimmed witb velvet
and silk braid, 50 inches long. Colors
black only. Each
In endless variety, latest
styles and very best of work
manship. Our buyer has
met with the best of luck in
buying these garments right
and that insures you the
very best of prices.
numerous to mention;
can think of
is in tnis Jot in Kerseys,
Broadcloth, Bear Cloth or
Pressed Velvet. '
A coat for every
at a good saving in
over all competitors.
dren's coats from $1.35 up.
"We have just received one of
the finest assortments of
Shirt Waists that has ever
been brought to the city.
All that, is new and desirable
are in this lot, nt prices bt
low the lowesr. Somecxeept-
lonal v.'dues in
roent that will
i ... i.
Never before was such an niray of cov
ers shown in Hood Iliver. Covers for
the little folks and covers for the old
folks, and the quality of paper is the
best that ran be purchased for the
Watch Our Window Display
Mrs. Clue ltiiKlincll liradford.
Died, at the home of her niece.
mrs. i;anueia, rriaay. sept. au. Mrs,
Cloe lJuHbnell liradford? aged 80
lhe deceased came to live with Mr?.
CanHeld nearly four yeais arfo, and
bus been a beliiios intalid up to tbe
time or Her dentil. Mie was cured for
faithfully by her neioe during this
long period and everything done to
make nor oomlortahle, hut gradually
urow worse until death ended her
lhe body was sent to San Rafael.
Cal., the homo ot her son. Vm. D.
liradford, nhttre the funeral services
nd burial wero held. liev. W. O
(Jilniore accompanied tbe remains.
Daniel F. liradford. ber husband.
ied about 10 years ago, and was one
ot tne rounders ot tbe O. W. & N.
allroad. During tbe construction of
lie road tbey lived at Cascade Locks.
i'hey came from Sheffield. Mass.,
moving to California 30 years ago,
living in Oregon for several years,
An o ily son, Wm. D. liradford. re
ides at Kan Kafael, being tbe seore
tary ot tho Alaska Fishing Co.
Julia S. Thomas.
Died, at the home of his son. F. II.
ihotutts, nt White Salmon, Sept. 23.
dropsy, John o. Thomas, aged 84
years ana uve moutns. XDe deceased
bad been sullering from dropsy for
several yours, and for two months bas
been oontluod to bis bed. sraduallv
failing uutil death relieved hie suffer
ings. He leaves two sous. Frank 11.
and (1. A. Thomas, both of White Sal
mon, to mourn bis loss.
lhe remains were prepared for ship
ment by S. h. liartniess. and were aa-
unuipnniea euxt xuesday evening bv
r. ii, inomas to union Ktar.
mo., wuere tney will lie laid to runt
by tbe side ot his wife.
Everything for the School.
Special prices for furnishing supplies
Are made up especUiiy I t the Hood
River Scliooli. Itoled acem-diii to the
teachers directions. On the cover is a
picture of the three school Iiounch.
AVe have been appointed the depository
for whool books for Hood River Valley.
Bring in your old books and exchange
them for new ones.
During the past Four Years
we have been supplying the vulley with
SCHOOL BOOKS 'and SCHOOL SUP
PLIES, and each year we have striven
to give you a better article for smaller
prices. Our stock this year is better
than ever. We are not offering you a
CHEAP TABLET at a CHEAP, PRICE,
but a GOOD TABLET at a CHEAP
Flowering plants, Sweet Peas in any
color and quantity. Now is the time to
order Tulipa, Crocus and other bulbs
for spring; nlo Peonies, Hoses and
otlur eiirubs. White Wyandotte bens
for mile. Fletcher & Fletchek,
Route 1, Hood River, Ore.
Grocery store In FortlHni, doing eauti bail.
nw, trade for llood Kiver property. H)i
(if. Hood Blver. Kii.ll
Forsale 40acnnof Al rrnlt Ihd1 In center
of valley. Kaoy teuua. Box 6i8, Hood KIvmi,
"t Sale-One jereey cow, price 140, aim one
Durham cow, price $J6. Apply to H. A.
Uackett, Koute i, Phone 88X. o!7
Kor Bale Having; dlnposed of my farm I
will sell at private sal , all my household
lui ollure and everything elae left on the place,
at a bargain. Klrat eome, Hrat served, w. K.
Kor Sale Dr. Dumble offers good driving
horse cheap on account of being alrald (
automobile!. (Jan be seen at Faahou Stablei
Uiert at the home of his nnrnnta.
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Ulanov. on the
eHm sine, Wednesday, Sept. 18, 1907,
ged nve yearr.
lhe fuueral services were ooiidnntH
t tne urave In the (;thn in romaw.
luuiHuuy Htiernonn dv 1'athnr Kin In
aud the body was interred by Under
tttiket S. Fj. PartmeHs.
lhe boy had been sink onlv a short
time, and the Immediate cbuho of hie
neatn was an attack of summer com
A younii son of Mr. and Mrs. M. h'
uikof traw died at the home of his
parents at Collins, Wash., Thursday,
Sept. Ill, after a short illness, and
wits uurieti Rt tnat place ou Friday.
nv. ,j. w. iviMiy conducted the ear
iocs. M. Vj. Harmless had charen of
ivHlly Uay services will be held nt
the liaptiMt church next Sundnv. Th
. raiiy at v ;w a. ni. prompt, will
ooiislst ot a specially urenared nrn
rain with au orchestra to load In the
niuslo. This Is to be followed by tbe
reKiuar preaciiniK servloe at 11 a. m.
ben the following subject will be
proseuted, "Walkiu With Ood." In
the evening tbe youua people's rallv
will meet at 7 p. m. aud hold one
h'mr, aud at 8 o'clock the pastor will
speak on the subjeot, "An Investment
that is no Fake." Special music will
ne rendered at all tbese services, and
cue puino are oordiaiiy invited to at
Dr. aud Mrs. II. L. Dumble re
turned Sunday evening from an ex
tended trip to eastern states. Mrs.
Dutnble bas been gone six mouths,
spending the time in completing a
oou rue in music aud visiting friends
and relatives In New lork, Washing
ton, u. j. ana unio. sue received a
diploma frrom the Cincinnati Con
servatory of Music, and will resume
tbe teaching ot musio bere. Dr. Dum
ble went esst about three weeks nso.
spendiug tbe time visiMug with Mrs.
uunjuie mostly in Ohio cities.
J. O. Maolnnes. J. W. Carson. If.
H. Waldron and wife aud C. J. Wal-
dron and wife of White Salmon, were
in llood Kiver a couple ot uava the
rsi of tbe week, looking over tbe or
chard! in the veiley. They are con
templating setting out quite extensive
orchards next spr ins. and wanted to
learn as much as possible of llood
Kiver methods, tbe kind ot antdea to
set out, etc. lhey also examined
some of tbe nursery stock and will
probably purchase their young trees
from llood Kiver grown stock.
The largest stock of furniture In the
city at Dabney'a.
li. M. Kreps and wife left for Port
land yesterday ou tbe local.
Dr. Dumblo has returned and re
sumed bia practice of medioine.
Kemetnber that Dabney haa the
largest stock of furniture in the city.
Prices tbe very lowest.
Remember that Dabney baa tbe
largest stock of furniture iu tbe oity.
Prices tbe vry lowest.
Dr. C. W. Edmunds, tbe specialist.
haa moved into tho Brock oottage on
Cascade avenue, corner of Eighth
The Hood River Cider Mill ia receiv
ing apples, paying $8 per ton for No. 1
and li for No. 2 cider apples, deliv
ered at the mill.
Do you want one of the bent 15-acre
farina in the valley, cheap? If so read
"My Jericho farm ad" in another col
umn, it means business. a2U-tf
A. W. Wilson, formerly telegraph
operator at the O. K. & N. depot, bas
been appointed agent for tbe Mt.
Hood road, in place of H. 11. Chand
ler, who ha gone to Attorla, where
be enters tbe employ of a boat line.
Kings Dyspepsia Tablets do the work.
Stomach trouble, dyspepsia, indigestion,
bloating, etc, yield quickly. Two days
treatment free. Ask your druggist for
a tree trial, hold by Keir & Uasa..
M. D. Kern and family bave moved
to Belllugbam. where bs will engage
in the lumber businesa. Tbey bave
been living in tbe Blytbe bouse,
wn'on tney vacated lor V. n. Wilson.
who will move in at onoe.
DeWitt'a Carbonized Witch Hazel
Salve is good for boils, burns, cuts,
scalds and skin diseases. It is espec'
tally good for piles. Hold by Keir &
Dr. J. Williams hat purchased tbe
eight-acre tract three miles aoutb ot
town from S. li. Camlne. for 11000,
U n rt milt rt nt? a nnf rt f h a nlnnA nf rtA
huu v au v v uutv wuw rinuo a w uuvni
where Mr. and Mrs, Williams will
make their home. W. J. baker con
ducted tbe sale.
Do you know that Pinesalve Carbolized
nets like a poultice in drawing nut in
tlamnintion and poison? It is antisep
tic. Kor cuta, burns eczema, cracked
liHitda It ia immediate relief. Sold by
Koir & Cass..
Hairy Hailey bas resigued bis posi
tion as foroman of the line work for
the Paoillo Telephone Co. and la now
employed by tbe Home Telephone Co.
At present ne la soliciting business
tor the new company. Kov Dean ia
acting foreman of the old company.
Dew ill's Little Earlv Risers are eood
for anyone who needs a pill. They are
small, safe, sure, little pills that do not
ripe or sicken. Mold by Keir & Cass.
Key. A. H. Lathrop. the uew Meth
odist mini iter, left bis home in Ohio
luetdny, and is exnected to arrive in
llood Kiver Saturday morning, in
time to preaob bis Initial sermon
Sunday muruiug. The delay was oc
casioned by bis having to attend con
ference In Ohio, wbich convened last
Mothers with little children need nn
longer fear cr up, colds or whoooimr
cough, liees Laxative Cough Mpnip
uibu-8 k,n,u- ii worns on the cold
through I lie boa el, cleara the head.
guaranteed. Mold bv Keir & Cass .
E. P. Matthews bas sold his resl.
denoe on Cascade avenue to C. R
Hone. Consideration. tXVX). Mr.
Matthews is an engineer ou tbe rail
road, and liood Kiver was not at the
eud ot a run, ao that it wag Inconven
ient to live here. Mrs. Matthews will
sell otf the furniture and move to
Portland. Mr. Boue will mnva Into
the bouse as soon as vaoated.
It is a well known fact that twrmna
living in the Pine foresU do not suffer
from kidney dixeases. One dose ol
l'ineules at night usually relieves hnrk.
ache. 30 days treatment. 11.00. Your
money refunded if not satisfied. Hohl
by Keir & Cass..
Oscar Vender bllt returned Tuesdav
from Portland, and says that be baa
secured two windows ot Olds, Wort-
man & King, at Portland, in which tn
display some ot tbe choice apples of
lleulah Land. In aneikins or tho aal
of Delicious apples to tbe Hotel Port
laud, as announced in another col
umn, he said that the Hotel Pnrt;nH
will advertise tbe apple on their
Visits llood River.
Ellerslie E. Luther, of Watsouville,
Cal., wag in tbe city tbe first ot tbe
week looking over tbe valley aud vis
iting tba fruit men. Mr. Luther says
tbat the pear blight is making feaifnl
inroads in the pear orchards of Call
fornia, and that it has also reached
aoutbern Oregon. In Wattonville tbe
apple orchards are tbis year a (11 ic ted
with a horned onterpiller which eats
foliage and fruit, and they have found
no ipray tbat will kill them. Tbey
bave apoiled about half the fruit.
Tbey also bave a fungm or mildew at
that place which is also very disas
trous to tbe trees and truit.
Chamberlain's Cengh Remedy One of
the Beat on the Market.
For many years Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy has constantly gained in favor
and popularity nntii It is now one of
tbe most staple medicines in uxe and
has an enormous sale. It is intended
especially for acute throat and lung ilia
diseases, such as coughs, colds and
croup, and can always be depended
upon. It is pleasant and safe to take
and is undoubtedly the beet in the mar
ket for tne purposes for which it is in
tended. Sold by Keir & Cass.
COUNTRY PROPERTY A PARTIAL LIST
W. J. BAKER & CO.
Ileal Estate srents,
Of Hood Kiver, Oregon, offer the fol
No. 1. 5 acres, 1 mile from town, all
improved, all set to trees, Newtons,
Bpltzenbergs and peachec, poultry
yard and good buildings. fjoO.
No. 2 24 acres half mile from town,
400 trees, 5 years old, 10 acres 1 to 3
years old, 8 acres berries. $2,000 house
all in high state of cultivation. $15,'
No. 3. Five acres close in, 6 inches of
water, no buildings, no fruit planted,
but ground thoroughly fertilized and
very rich. Price $2,500.
No. 4. Ft'teen acre?, all under cultiva
tion, 5 acres 2 year old trees, 10 acres
1 year old trees. 4 acres strawberries,
set among young trees. Price $7,500.
No. 5. Thirty acres one and one-half
miles from town, alt under cultiva
tion, 4 acres orchard in full bearing,
1(1 acres young orchard, some meadow
land and 3 acres berries, large lioue,
very conveniently arranged. Good
barn, also good cottage on place and
all kinds small fruit. Electric light,
phone, etc. A very desirable home.
No. 9. Six and one-half acres three
miles out, 44 acres set to trees two
years old, peach trees sot between
rows, 6-room house, good well and
Urn. Price $2,600.
No 10. Eight acres, same distance
from town, 250 4-year-old trees, also
150 young trees one year out. Three
acres of this place is suitable for earlv
iierries. Neat 6-room house and out
bnildinga. Price $4,400.
This lint is simply a sample of what
we have to offer buyers. Call and see
our entire list. It will interest you.
160 acres on Hood river, near Dee, some
cleared land. $45.00 an acre to June
1st next only.
13 acres, all improved, free water, 3
miles from town, meadow and some
174 acres, 1 acres in English walnuts,
16 acres in 1 year old standard apple
on hard, 15 inches of water mi the
place, two miles from Hood Iliver,
per acre, $500.
40 acres of wild land, $1,000 of timber,
8 miles out, rough, well watered,
80 acres in upper valley, A No. 1 apple
land, 40 acres nearly cleared, free
irrigating water, per acre, fl50 00
330 acres raw land, timber renoived,
under irrigation, platted in ten acre
lots, 12 miles out in upper llood
River valley, A No. 1 apple land,
40 acres, all under cultivation, 35 acres
hav and pasture. 8 acres in 10-year
old apple orchard, 3 acres in 3-year
old apple orchard, standard varieties,
good soil, level, good house and barn,
in?luding all farm implements and
stock until June 1, 1007, $lti,000.
Terms, $5, 00 cash.
10 acres, all level, 9 acres under cultl
tivation, acres in strawberries
600 apple trees In orchard, $3,000.
5 acres, all under cultivation, one acre
of strawberries, one acre in standard
apple orchard, sandy loam soil, level
barn and small house, 3 miles from
llood Kiver, $3,500.
10 acres, all under cultivation, acres
in strawberries, 300 apple trees in or
chard, 8-rooni house, barn 80x30, 3
miles from Hood River. Price $5,000,
40 acres, 1)4 miles from Hood River,
rolling, good orchard land, 3 acres,
plowed, all fenced, good well, $4,000.
11 acres, 10 acres under cultivation, 9
acres in standard orchard. Price
40 acres, alL in standard apple orchard
t miles from Hood River. Price
15 acres, about one-half under cultiva
tion, 44 miles from railroad, barn
and 5-room house, $4,000.
40 acres, 5 acres under cultivation.
acres in standard apple orchard, good
mna, miies irom wnite Salmon
40 acres, some cleard, 7 miles from
Terms can be had on all the above property at Reasonable Interest
City of Hood River Property A Partial List
year. Price $2,500.
Unimproved lots, cash or on the in
stallment plan from $100 up.
Business lot Main street, rents $180 a
S lots and house, house new, 8 rooms
BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE.
1 5 acres near town, all Improved
and half in fruit, some bearing apples,
lies nne. Only $2(HlO.
i. i acres l$ miles out, 6 acres in
bearing orchard, fine location and good
property, on easy terms.
8. 8 acres, 2 miles out, all under
cultivation aud in apples of best varie
ties; good buildings. $4000.
4. 13 acres 1 mile out, good location
and highly improved property, bearing
fruit of good variety and the beet of
buildings, for aale at a bargain.
5. 20 acres 6 miles out, 6 acres in 4
year old trees, balance easy clearing, for
sale on easy terms.
6. 40 acres 5 miles out, good apple
7. 40 acres 6 miles out, timber will
pay for clearing, best of apple land.
8. 148 acres 9 miles out, mostly tilla
ble, a little cleared, a great bargain at
The above are only a few samples of
tbe bargains we bave to offer. We bave
a vaiiety of other properties listed in all
parts oi the valley, also anything you
want iu city property
Onthank fl Otten
Hood River Ore tion
True to Name Nursery
Is again offering their usual choice stock of Apple, Pear
Cherry and Peach Trees, with reference, to varieties
adapted to this locality. Bear in mind that all buds and
scions used in propagating were personally selected from
bearing trees. Last year was all sold out November 1st.
Y ould suggest that orders for the cominjr season should
nor oe delayed. Address,
Phone Farmers 349. H. S. GALLIGAN
JACKSON & JACKSON,
Dealer in General Merchandise
and Lumbermen's Supplies,
Railroad Ties, Cordwcod, Lumber and Cedar Posts
Free Delivery. Phone 931 HOOD RIVER, OR.
HOOD RIVER, OREGON
Wholesale Fruit and Produce
Fruits and Produce of All Kinds Wanted
Will pay the highest market price in cash
J. E. Nichols will move bia under
taking establishment tbis week to the
building on tbe west of bia lot, nntil
the completion of the new building.
Tbe exoavating is about finished and
tbe contractors bace arrived to pnt
up tbe bnilding. J. E. Hanna will
move into tbe store room vacated bv
J. E. Nichols. 1
It a man loves a girl that's big busi
ness. It a girl loves a man that's ber busi
ness. If they want to get married tbat'a
If tbey want to buy a farm tbat'a our
J. 11. lloilbronner & Co.
For Bale 20 eres 1 mile from Odell itur
elinrcb aud school on inula road K. K 1). an. I
telephone line. All choice level lnnd, 4-rcxim
ootiHKe, barn and good well witb pump; 5
acres cleared and la fruit, baliinoe slashed; a
splendid location. Price tor HO days H'u .
Inq ulre of Lee K. Htrong; Odel 1. old
Lor Sale A few very fine light Bnn Leg.
horns, May Cockerels from tbe noted Orelw
Poultry srds, Idsho, especially bred for
laying purpoxen, 200 eg strain. H.S. Keed,
Kast Bide, box 23(1. Koute No. 1. Hood River,
Kor Hale Household furniture, Including
stoves, carpets, etc. Mrs. K P. Matthews. 1 3
For Sale Grey saddle borse; also good for
lLjht farming. L. Struck. olO
For Sale Good gentle work horse. Will
sell cheap If bought at once. Inquire of A. O.
Johnson, Mt. Hood. Phone 2X1. olO
For Sale Good Jersey cow, 2 1-2 Inch wagon,
2-seated phaeton und buggy, all for sale
chettp if taken soon. J. A. Ccok, plume
Farmers 121x. oH
Kor Sale One 2 8-4 Mitchell wagon; also a
two year old heifer, Iresh in October. J.L.
Grofl. B. F. D. No. 2, Box 178. o3
For Bale-15 bead choice pigs, six weeks old,
st 3.00 per head. Thos. Calkins, Riverside
For Sale Team of erev ffpldlmrs. wplaht.
2800. also harness, wugon and buggy. For
ariicuiars can or pnoue L. A. Herman,
armers 1308. fM
Hay Kor Sale Clover and timothy mixed,
wheat bay for sale by Sbellv & Son. Flume
Wanted Experienced well dlerar tn HI- a.
well ou my place. Jack Hand. 1 17
Wanted--Men to cut wood, flr SI Ml nor
enrd. Inqul e at ranch Jimlle south of Neff
switch. Mt. Hood. K. R. Teleuhoue Farmers
VT7. Address J. L. Tousey. box 106. R. 1. ol7
Wanted To contract for cntMnir annul. K nun
ricks of wood or more in Hood River valley.
Address M. Ioukal, care A. Butts, Hood
Kiver. - ol7
Wanted Men to wnrlr nn atrnata Plontv
of work. Wages, S2.30 per day. Annlv to
A. i. Moe. Chairman Street CmnnilttfH. nr
Marshal Ganger. slutf
Wanted Three dnxen nnllAta Plvmnnth
Rocks, or Black T.anirnlian. Mm .1 A lion.
derson, Bingen, Wash. olO
Wanted Yonng ladles to learn tolnnhnne
operating, short hours, pay while learning.
Appiy j. w. Held, Mgr. H12 tf
Wanted Man forflreneral farm work, cimui
steady, sober. Mrs. bhonquesU s26
Wanted Responsible party to clear live
acres near town. Can furnish honse if de
s red. Address H. J. Miller, 153 3rd street,
For Rent-Fornislied house tn rent fnr ih
winter. Apply to Mrs. Canfleld on State St.
Lost and Found
Notice Taken by mistake, a straw tnininnn
with leather strap, from W. g. Urihhle'a atnro
some time between the I7tb and the 2it nf
Sept. Parties who took the same will please
return to the store and oblige. Mrs. H. C.
Lost Monday. Sent. 17. at. hithinir in
front of Ramoua Hotel one naclfiurn ,,r nor
cbandixe containing ladles dress goods and
vnuj uiiMiiuiK. i-ruunuiy piucea in wrong
buggy. Keturn to J. W. Shipley, Phone No.
1U58 Farmers. 017
-P.Kketbook, containing (10 gold piece
liver thimble and gold rimmed
y tied un In handkerchief
turn to 8. A. Clark at the Davidson Fruit Co,
Taken up Team of horses, welirht about
800 lbs. each. Came to my place on or about
May Is. One lleht bay hor. branded f!. .1
on left shoulder, wire cut on right front foot.
Other dark bay. no brand. Right ear crop
ped. Clarence .Duusmore, Mosier, ore. 08
Bruce Morton, who has been attend
ing the state fair at Salem, retained
Mrs. Gatobett arrived Tuesday ev
ening from Ptrtland on a visit to ber
daughter, Mrs. Dr. Games.
The Toggery will take vour measure
and bave your suit made to order by
tbe Hovel Tailorina Co. Fit cnamn.
A. T. Dodee returned to Hood Rlv.
er frm Newport the first of the week,
and yesterday left for Oregon City to
bring took bis farnilv. Thev exmwit
to live in town this winter.
Mrs. A. M. Klein, sister of Mrs. C.
. Bona, aud Will Middleton. a
nephew, wbo bave been visiting at
tbe Bone country borne for some
time, returned borne to Portland yes
Mrs. W. J. Baker, aoooropanied her
son. William, to Portland Friday.
where be reenters the Hill Militarv
Academy to resume bia studies. Mrs.
Baker wili visit with her daughter,
Mrs. Senoca Fouts. before her return.
W J. Baker went down Sato-dav
and remained over Sunday, taking io
tbe ball game.