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HOOD RTYER GLACIER, THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 1911
ARTHUR D. MOE, Publisher.
Subscription, 81.50 Per Tear.
Takes Testimony in Dutch Case,
County Judge Geo. D. Cuibertson
has been engaged this week, as ref
eree, taking testimony In the cane of
Sexton & Thomson vs. The East Fork
Irrigation Co. The complaint in this
ease, which alleges that the ditch com
pany has wrongfully misappropriated
the water of Neal creek, was filed May
In, V.iri). 1 tie (Jclendar.t company
however, asserts that it can prove no
use was made of the water of Neal
creek. If any was made, it icj stated
that it can lie proven that the use was
rightful. The taking of the testimony,
which will be referred to the circuit
court at its next meeting, was com
pleted Tuesday night. The plaintiffs
were represented by W. II. VVilscn, of
The Dalles, and the defendant com
prany by Jesse .Stearns, of Portland,
and Judge A. J. Iierliy.
Receiver Asked For Orchard Co.
Application has been made in the
Federal court at Portland by A. I
Hateham to have a receiver appointed
tor the hast Hood Kiver J ruit company,
which has large holdings at M osier,
The plaintiff alleges the directors of
the company refuse to agree upon a
policy of administration, unci there is
now due and owing him if-iliU for ser
vices as manager.
The liabilities of the company are de
clared to he r,(i.l7.
Slanficld l!ses Hood River Plants.
A dispatch from Stanlield to the
Portland Journal states that the 75,0(10
strawberry plants recently ordered of
Hood Kiver growers are beginning'to
arrive and are being set out as rapidly
as possible. The plants referred to
were grown by Fordhain Kimball.
lath Mill Destroyed by Fire at Dee.
When the lath mill of the Oregon
Lumber Co. was destroyed by tire at
Dee last Friday night at 4 o'clock the
entire plant of the company was men
aced. The origin of the lire is un
known. The watchman's clock, near
the building destroyed, showed that he
had been attending to his duties and
hail made his rounds a few minutes be
fore the (lames were discovered. The
lath mill valued at $2,000 is a total
loss. The entile plant of the Oregon
Lumber Co. at Dee is valued at
Indiana People i'uy.
The Mercer At Clark place, contain
ing KiJ acres ,was purchased last week
by Messrs. Hammond & lleideman,
who recently came here from South
liend, Intl. Mrs. Hammond, the
mother of the former, accompanied the
young men hero and will keep house
for them. The consideration for the
transaction was $10,500. The deal was
made throng W. S. Nichol.
Ml. Hood Railroad Issues liooklet.
. The Mt. Mood Kuilroud has issued an
attractive folder liooklet containing
much interesting information concern
ing the Upper Valev region. The
folder is Idled with handsome engrav
ing depicting the wonderful scenery of
the section. On the cover page is a
large cut of the Glacier Falls of Mt.
New Fire Company Organized.
The Fire Department has organized
a new company. A new hoso cart has
been received and to determine
whether it shall be used by the new or
the old company a contest will bo held
in the near future. Tho contest will
consist of a two block run and making
hydrant connections. The company
throwing water from its hose first will
be declared the winner.
Urosius Will (!o to Front.
Dr. F. C. lirosius, who held the rank
of major in the medical corps of the
National Guard of Oregon, bus re
ceived orders to report for duty with
the United states Army on the Mex
ican border. Dr. lirosius, who saw Hi
months service while with the army in
the Philippine Islanus, will leave here
Saturday for San Diego, Calif., where
he will report to (Jen. liliss.
Dakota Man Itnys Oak drove Orchard.
Geo. (;. Gladeii, who recently came
here from North Dakota, purchased
from A. C. Helms, of the Oak Grove
district, last Friday, his Pi acre orch
ard in that district, paying for it the
sum of if (1,500. Six acres of the orch
ard are m 5 year old trees and the
oaiance is unimproved, wr. liimlcn is
a friends of W. F. Andrews, who came
hero from Grand Forks.
t avoid mes Keep me early ones
mil by screening the house before
I hoy come. Wright's Carpenter Shop,
phone Mb X.
(iem Theatre Has New Piano.
('. V. Dakin, of the Gem Theatre,
has installed a new electric piano with
(lute ' accompaniment. The new.'piano
is very soft in tone and has been
highly praised by the Gem's patrons.
Mr. Dakin has provided (10 records,
varying ironi popular .selection to
The Gem's progiun for tonight is:
"His Sergeant's Stripes," Simple
Charity" and "The Ship's Husband."
Popular Skit at New Theatre.
In addition to their interesting films,
the New Fleet ric Theatre is presenting
this week Winchester and Nelson in
the amusing incidents of the lovemak
ing of a country bumpkin. Hesidcs
putting nn the skit, Miss Winchester
and'Mr. Nelson entertain their audi
ences with bits of monologue and reci
tation. Coolidtfe Will Move Jewelry S.ore.
F. II. Coolidge. who has been occu
pying a part of the building with J. C.
Johnson, the shoe man, is moving his
stock of jewelry to the corner room of
tin? Johnson building, opposite the
First National Hank, a part of which
will also he occoupied by C. U, Hone.
There will be a meeting in the inter
est of the K. O. P. M. at llolman's
new hall on the Heights Monday even
ing, April 21, at N P. M. All non resi
dent members are especially invited to
attend. H. W. Scottj Deputy.
Search for Lost Parties.
Anyone know ing the present where
abouts of Ness Siniomvn or .M. W.
Smith, w ill render them i sen ire by
communicating with W. Ilotea Wood
Ml.'a First street, Port
Fly time is approaching ami you
will want screens. (Jive us the or
der curly. Wright's Carpenter shop.
I'licup lliilldiiig Sites-I'oNidenco lots
in the new Middletou Addition, one
block south of High School. Price $250
to $;150, 10 per cent down, easy install
ments. John Poland Henderson, Inc.
By recent action of the Superior
Court of Klickitat county betwen six
and seven thousand acres of choice hay
lands in the Camas Prarie district will
become available for domestic crops
and such grasses as timothy, red
clover, alsike, etc.
The Camas Prarie district bear much
the same relation to the White Salmon
Vallev as our Upper Valley bears to
Lower Hood River. The land has bten
utilized for a number of years for
dairy and grazing purposes but owing
to overflow conditions for the greater
portion of each vear verv little of the
tame grasses could be grown, although
the land itself is of a very productive
nature. A drainage district has been
finally created by the state which
enables the holders of this land to sell
bonds covering a long term of years
for the purpose of draining this surface
Senator Cottrell, one of the most prac
tical engineers in the state of Washing
ton, has had charge of the proposed
drainage work and a complete profile
map showing elevation and various
classifications of the work has been
Prof. Thatcher, soil expert of the
Pullman Agricultural College, who is
well up on matters of this sort, has
had charge ft various experiments as
to soil conditions, and he has been for
several years an ardent advocate of
the drainage of these lands.
At the last session of the Superior
Court of Kliciktat county district a
jury was empaneled to pass on the
various benefits and damages connected
with this drainage. It required three
weeks for the various testimony to he
submitted, as somethng like seventy
tracts of land were passed on separate
ly. Rights of way for tne main canal
and various laterals for the drainage
were condemned and damages awarded
as well as henehts. Although this
matter has been in the courts for
several years the jury verdicts were
accepted as final and there is now noth
ing in the way of the completion of the
C. L. Wheeler of our firm and "my
self have spent something over three
months making investigations and
gathering data as to the details of this
work. We expect to spend consider
able time this spring and summer ex
ploiting the limited poition of this
land which we will have for sale as
well as a considerable acreage of
timber lands which lies surrounding
Camas Prarie proper.
15. b. Duncan.
CENTRAL ORCHARD CO.
WILL SUBDIVIDE TRACT
C. R. Hone, who formerly occupied a
building on the east side of First street
opposite the Mt. Hood Hotel, has
moved his oflice to the large corner
room of tho Johnson building opposite
the First National bank. Mr. Hone
will handle the business of both the
Central Orchards and the Honeboro
the former company, the directors
of which are Mr. Hone, V. H. Sprout
and K. (). lllanchar. are subdiv'idintr
their tract of W0 acres in the Willow
Flat district into small tracts which
they will sell on the installment plan.
This is the first land in the Hood River
district proper that has been handh d
in this manner.
I he Honeboro tract, containing 1500
acres, is located on the line of tho Mt.
Hood R. R. north of Parkdale. In
mldition'to Mr. Hone, V. C. Hrock,
Myron Hruner and J. W. McDonald are
interested in this land, in which a large
crew of men is at present engaged in
clearing operations. A hundred and
titty acres of it have already been set
to trees and 10 acres will be put out
A man, giving his name us Fred
Shields and staling that he was from
The Dalles, who was arrested by Mar
shal Lewis and Deputy Ilickox Tues
day afternoon near tho passenger
station of tho O.-W. R. & N. Co.,
made an attempt to escape on Oak
street at the Hood River Hanking &
Trust Co. comer as the two ollicers
were conducting him to the city lock
up. Crazed by drink the prisoner was
cursing the ollicers at the top of his
voice. When Third ateet was reached
he made an elfort to jerk loose and it
became necessary for Marshal Lewis
to apply his club. The blow seemed to
put renewed life into the drunk man
anil he broke from the ollicers and ran
down Third street toward Second.
However, a shot fired over his head by
Marshal Lewis brought him to a halt.
County Court Favors Columbia Road.
Fifty per cent of the road funds of
i wo roan ui.smcisin noou itiver county
through which the proposed Columbia
river automobile road will pass will be
appropriated by the county for use on
tins road. Judge Culbertson states
that the county commissioners are
strongly in favor of the building ot
this road and believe that it will be of
very great value to the county in the
future. When it is completed, he
says, many Portland business men will
be induced to build their homes hero
and Hood River will become a sub
urban residence district of that '.'ity.
The county ollicials will aid the
building of the road in so far as they
are able. The improvements made by
lliem will be of a permanent nature.
The commissioners spent the first part
i.f the week at Cascade Locks with the
supervisors of that district inspecting
the road there.
Mt. Hood Road Changes Schedule.
The Mt. HoihI R. R. Co. has an
nounced several changes in its sched
ule. The train will leave Hood River
at its usual time, 8 o'clock A. M.
However, a greater speed will be
maintained on the return trip. The
train will arrive here in the afternoon
at :!:!() instead of !, and passengers
will be enabled to make connections
with Portland. On Sundays the return
trip from Parkdale will be made two
hours later than the weekly schedule.
I I nion Purchases Adjoining Lots.
The Apple Growers' Union has pur
chased from W. II. Moody, of The
Dalles, two lots lying immediately to
the south of the Union property. The
deal was closed by the J. H. Ileil-
ironner Co. The lots were purchased
in order that they might be available
when it becomes necessary to increase
the size of the organization's buildings.
Owing to the great interest mani
fested in the revival at Odell, the ser
vices did not close Jlast Sunday as ex
pected, but will close next Friday
night. During tho meetings, about
forty persons have taken their stand
witli the First Christian church.
A new line of theee cele
brated Nemo Corsets just
in. We carry a full line in
all sizes :
No. 321 For tall and me
dium stout figures. High
bust, very long hip; broad
bands of Lastikopg Wed
bing firmly hold in the hips
and upper limbs, yet are
elastic enough to give per
fect ease when seated. Nemo
r e 1 f-reducing devices re
duce and support the abdo
men. White coutil, sizes 19
to 30 93.50
Lastikops Li m shaping
Another novelty of the greatest value, Nob. 400
and -108. Broad bands of I.astikopB Webbing re
shape and reduce the flesh of the upper limbs, pro
ducing a perfectly smooth effect. Kepecially ap
preciated by women who don't want the fat to bulge
below the corset edge. An absolutely new effect.
White coutil, sizes 20 to SC..
No. 406, Low Bust 1 (P ft
No. 408, High Bust
You can find a shape for any face, and our milliner can
trim it to suit you, or make you one according to your own
idea if you wish. We have any kind of a hat you wish, from
a dainty little shade hat for the little girl to a fine dress hat
for yourself. We can please you in this line in every respect.
We are sure you can find no better assortment anywhere
and in prices the lowest. Our line includes all the very latest
in Turnovers, Stocks, Jabots, Shield Bows and Dutch Collars,
in lace and embroidery from 5c Up
SHOES AND OXFORDS
You will find satisfaction in buying your shoes of us for
w e have the largest variety of styles and sizes for you to se
lect fiun and can please you in price and fit.
Ladies' Slippers from $1.00 Up
Children's Shoes and Slippers from 50c Up
Some dandy specials in Ladies' and Misses' Shoes and Ox
fords, in button and in lace, in patent leather, kid and gun
metal calf. There are shoes in this bunch that are worth
more than twice the price that we are selling them for. Just
see what you can get for 01.5O off of this bargain table.
The Store That Gives
You the Best Values
Copyright Hirt Schaffacr 8c Mux
i 11 ju i rvivio i niiv
SPRING SUITS FOR
Do not miss the opportunity
of getting an early selection of
our new line of
HART, SCHAFFNER &
Thus getting a better assort
ment of patterns to select from
before the sizes are broken.
We are surely proud to be able
to furnish our customers with
suits like these for we know
that you will be more than
pleased after you give them a
trial. Suits for
$22.00, and $25.00
$10.00, $12.00 and
Will Establish l!p-town Oflice.
Because of the great number of tele
graphic comunications received and
sent out by residents of this city, olli
cials of the Western Union company,
who have been here this week investi
gating conditions, have planned to es
tablish an oltice in the business portion
of this city. The new oflice will prob
ably be located in that part ot the
Hood Kiver Banking & lrust Co. build
ing formerly occupied by Devlin &
River Cos. Have Rate and Speed War.
To meet the cut made by The Open
River Tranportation Co. on its boat,
the J. N.'Teal, making fare from Port
land to The Dalles GO cents instead of
a dollar, The Dalles, Portland and As
toria 1 ransportation Co. have an
nounced that their weapons in any
war will be the maintenance of a
superior service and speed. The
Dalles Litv and the Bailey Gatzert,
the boats of the latter company, are
now operating under a faster schedule.
Locals Continue to Head List.
Accompanied by more than a hun
Ired local fans the Hood River team of
the Mid-Columbia league journeyed to
Stevenson Sunday on the steamer Ta
homa, which was chartered for the oc
casion, fand licked the aggregation of
that city by a score of 4 to 2. The
most sensational play of the game was
when Castner whipped the ball in from
the outtield to Catcher Large, who
nipped a Stevenson player as he was
running for home. Large caught a
line game throughout the nine innings.
Hood Kiver will meet White Salmon
on the Columbia Park grounds Sunday.
The Passion Week and Faster service
held at the Baptist church were of
pronounced interest. During the week
Mr. Hargreaves was ably assisted by
Mr. Tate. On Sunday morning the
Sunday school rendered the song ser
vice, "Jesus Lives." The vesper ser
vice was largely attended. After the
afternoon service the girls' chorus con
tinued the Faster service by singing
their morning songs at the home of a
number of people who were unable to
attend service in any of the churches.
Thus passed a good Faster day.
We are doing everything in new
work or repairing. Let us figure with
you. Wright's Carpenter I Shop. Phone
Hood River, Oregon, April l.', Kill.
in W. H. Nli liol, llnrtliu 1.. Austin C. J.
Culklni. Jnriili M. l,cti., Ann Lenr., Kolii rl
Wiilsliom, ThouiHs llmilcrli'k, It. N. Nlchnl
on. W. HJ. Laiighton, .In II. Nicholson, G,
(. .Ii lli'isiin, Kit wnr1 K MucGIII, C. T. Miller,
Mary Bradford, A. M Kulli y, John II. Hum,
Oia W. Clark, K. A. linker, Orson II. Klioades,
M. II. ('tuft, Christine Steele, Louis Nex,
l(n!ih M. Scon. Hum, i Ke Pacific Kuilroiiil
fiinipmiy, llnherl UvliiKtone, M U Spencer,
.1. Ailrlun HiipliiK, llei'llmhl Wulli, ). H.
Hartley, K. ,S. Clark Central orchaul
I'lmipnny, .1. It. IIHIMrnii anil otherH.
owiiei'H of laud In Hcrtlon III, Tovvn
Nhlp 1 North, Kanue III Kant, ami In ml.
Jai'ellt Hivtlnns, name TownMii ps anil ItaliKi',
In compliance with l.mvs of nxil I'ae :uj,
Hen ion (, .vim are herehy notlheil that In re
ply to I'l'ipiest trom one or more owner of
land In neetion in, Tow ti.ditTi I Ninth. Uhiiko
In hast ol t it- lllamette Merultaii, I'otinty of
II mid Kiver, Miate ot Oiixou.lor an otllclal xur.
vey ot their said IiuhIn, that 1 Khali IickIii mu'li
mii'veyn on May I. an ncii, thai one or more
of Hie lines or cornersof your land. In hkUI
Heetlon, township and rane, or NeetloiiH ad.
larenl thereto, ur In Kaniie hi Kasl, Wlllatnolle
Meridian, will lie alteeled liy mild nui'vcy, end
that I shall apisirllon thoensts ol utieh survey
among the land owners no tnlerested, accord.
Intl to Laws of PJtil pi!e :il I. Hee. 111. mi are
further notllled that I shall cstahllsh all cor
ners not already eninlilished hy C. H. .survey,
and lines as follows:
The four exterior lines, the K .V W and N
,v M center line, the boundaries of each torty
where under different ownerships.
I he four exterior section corners, Hie four
exterior iiuarier corners, the center iiuiirn r
corner, the comers lo all the forties where
under ditt'erent ownershliis.
Ml' Kit AY KAY,
"-''ml Counly Hurveyor.
House and Yard Cleaning
Ashes, I'mpty Clans and All Rubbish
Komoved at Once on Order
Mouse Cleaning, Cooking or Chop
ping Wood Done on Demand
Yama (L Kaw a
Phone Between 7 and 10 V. M.
I I Oak Street Phone lfcO
For Sale by Owner
Throe acres seven-year-old New
towns, two acres four yours old, 10
acres solid thrcc-ycar-olds, 5 acres in
hay, one acre loganlterries, one acre
strawberries between trees. Some
small fruit and small mixed family
orchard. Seven room house, good
barn and outbuildings. Two miles
southwest of town. Half cash will
bundle this place. If interested
and owner will take you to property
in automobile. Will sell S or 10 acres
SOMETHING DOING in the Piano Contest now. A
new contestant has entered the race this week.
Pine Grove School starts out like it was going to win
the piano. The rest will have to work if Pine Grove
School don't get it. Get your friends to trade at
and get votes on the piano.
Monday Kvening, April 17, the Votes Stood as Follows:
Baptist Church ... . . 45800
Florence Carson 45588
Ollie Mayes 25540
Tressie Hickox 15000
Mrs. R. E. Jewel 5820
Pine Grove School 4600
Nola Radl iff 2650
Eunice Odell 1960
Our Patons will Find us Located in Our
New Quarters in the Basement of the Hood
River Trust Co., building.
We are Prepared to do All Kinds
of Plumbing Jobs.
It will Pay you to see us if you are Going to Build or
Re-model your House.
SINEX & FISHER.
DO YOU USE DRAIN TILE?
We are making a high grade quality of Cement Drain Tile and are
prepared to furnish in any quantity 0, 0, 8, 10, 12 and 10 inch sizes. In
the Kast and Middle Went, where a great amount of cement tile has been
used, it is conmdered far superior to the common clay tile. In support of
thin statement wo quote you what users say in different sections:
If. 1!. Seheider, of Fremont, Nebr., says: "I have put in about 70,000
foot ot cement tile, varying in size from live to fifteen inches, and same
ha- proven very satisfactory. I have placed an order for more to be used
W. I). Hust, Newell, Iowa, writes: "I have laid 11,000 cement tile
this war and find it first class in every respect. My opinion is it will be
only a short time until it will be considered the only practical tilo made."
.1. M. Wardoll, Tracy, Minn., says: "Last spring I had laid on my
pnnplale Stock Farm about three-quarters of a mile of cement tile,
w hu h appears to be working very satisfactory. I expect to put in about
one mile of the same kind of tile another spring."
Investigate for Yourself
and yuu will (intl this tile to bo all rijiht. Prices on the smaller sizes are
about the same as for clay tile, while for the larger sizes, they will be
fuuiiil very much cheaper. Samples can bo seen at the different plumb
ing simps in this city, and at our yards one block northwest of Staten's
store on the hill, where orders wiil be tilled.
Canned and Smoked Meats
We carry the Best in all Lines
THE HANDY CORNER GROCERY
GEO. P. CHRISTIE
Roses 2 years old from 30c to 75c; $3.50 to $5.00 per dozen. We have many
of the newest ones. Shrubs and vines of all kinds. A splendid lot of Mountain
Ash, Catalpa and Poplar, 6 to 10 ft. high. A few specimens Catalpa, Hardy
Pernnials of all kinds, a fine lot of Piones. We have plenty of Aster, Pansy, Ger
aniums, Salvia. Cosmos. Snapdragon, Nasturtium, Lobeliu, and all kinds of
greenhouse pot plants. Choice cut flowers on hand at all times. Floral designs
a specialty. Our priceB are reasonable. Pot plants at the Franz Hardware store.
Phone 1972 M Fletcher (EL Fletcher R. l, Hood River
Wanted Position by man and wife. Have
had experlenue in Grand Junction, Colo., or
chard. Addresu T. N. Keener, general de
livery, Portland, Ore. mil
Wanted Children to care for by gentleman
and wife with uo children. Addtun Mrs. M.
A. McCay, White Halraon. iu-11
Wanted Good sou Dd team, weight 2400 or
more. Odell 1X1. 1). 1. Kmery. in.ll
Wanted-Posltlon on fruit ranch by experi
enced man with family. Apply D.I). Uels,
box m, city. PhoueWs.x. ml
Wanted A Becond girl to do house work
and walton table In faintly ot three. K.J.
beliurte. Phone 330-M. ln4
Wanted Competent bookkevper and sten
ographer, lady, dexlreg position in or near
Hood Kiver. Can give best of city references.
Four years experlenc as bookkeeper and gen.
eral oflice manager for large tlrin. Address,
J.N. K, No. 19. Glendora Hotel, Portland,
WANTED TO TRAHE-M acres within
city limits of Kennewlck, Wash.; fenced mid
flumed and partly set to trees and asparagus.
Also double corner In Cortiin Park neighbor
hood, Hpokane, Wash , 100x120; fair modern
two story house; three street car llms within
two blocks; no Incumbrance. Will trade the
above for Improved Hood Kiver orchard land.
Address owner, 827 Frederick avenue. Hpo.
ktine, Wash. m4
Wanted 4 or 5 room house, well located.
furnished house preferred. Phone 22. G. H.
Wanted to Buy Man's saddle, not heavy.
also double-barrel shot gun. Give full de.
scrlptlon and lowest cash price. Address J.
u. u. care uiacier. in4
Wanted Board and room In private tain 1 1 v
for one or two geatleiiK-n. Hlate rate per
week when replying. Address T. II., Glacier
Wanted Experienced teamster, man with
wife preferred, house rent free. Address K. J.
iianuam, route Mo. & a-27
Wanted Hy voting married man. exrjeri-
enced, work on ranch. Tnos wanting cheap
help need not apply. Phone or address J. J.
Mosley, Hood River. a-27
Wanted Hv man ivtth aiull fumii.. r.a.
manent position on ranch. Address, Sam
Nell, Hood Kiver, ore., or call at Hotel Ka.
For Hale-Milk cow,
Walker. Phone 2tfU,.
Jersey. J. L.
For Hale Full blood Collie puppies. Have
also for setting purposes thoroughbred Brown
Leg Horns eggs 81 for IS. Two settings $1.60.
Fertility guaranteed. Apply Cbas. A. Lining,
near Kast Barrett. a20
KG 8 FOK HATCHING-I am breeding
from Hhepherds famous Aneonas that aver
age 256. The worlds best. Brought two fine
pens with me from t lie east. Order a getting
and get started right. KH.00 per 15. Satis
factory hatch guaranteed. Have a few excel,
lent White Wyandotte coekerals from Bing
ham's prl.e wiunlng slock. SH OO each, wtl
mot C. Gondull, White Halmou. Wash. a20
For Sale 10-Inch body oak wood on my new
place, near .Summit Htatlou. Geo. T. I'rather.
For Hale Kggs from the following pens for
sale Black Minorca, Plymouth Kock, Brown
Leghorns and Kliode Island Reds. Phone
2122-L. W. 11. Cory. tf.
HAY AND OATS for sale, Kelly Bros,
phone 1912L. tf
For Sale Alfalfa and wheat hay; delivered.
S. J. Frank, R. F. I). No. 3. dltf
For Sale Hnrrel mare, S years old, weight
about UUO. ('. A. Lluulng; East Barrett. a7
For Sale Eight year old gray horse, sound,
gentle, will work double or single, about 1400
pounds. Phone 34 Odell. a7
For Hale Solid oak library table and ma
hogany piano, very reasonable. A. D. Davis,
Phone Odell 17.X. a27
For Hale Jack Junior gasoline engine. Can
be used for spraying machine or tor any pur.
pose. Apply Hood Kiver Mfg. Co. a27
For Hale Trojan Powder, no headache.
.Inst received a shipment of extra strength.
John Itaney. Phone 21H-X. 2i"
For Sale A trap seat suney, goodTas new;
repainted: only used lightly one year. Hee
same at old Armory, or call up Dr. Broslus,
phone 12. Cost price $170, Sale price $1S5. mil
For Hale I'iano lor a very small sum. One
of the very finest Instruments made. Hee It
at once. F. E. Matt, south en4 Jerico lane.
West Hide. m-11
For Hale Twin Oaks farm. 43 ocres. This
Is one of the few desirable locations now left
for sale along the river front. Within HO rods
of the town limits. Address the owner, 8. F.
Blythe, Hood Kiver. m-11
Wanted Position as hoatwkeener nr crv.lr
by responsible woman with 4 vear old child.
nest oi reterences. call for Mrs. May at the
Wanted-A good camera or kodak about 4
or 5 Inches lor views. II. E. Duncan A Co. a20
Wanted To buv a rood fresh cow. Holatnln
preferred- In reply ulease state nualitvanil
quantity of milk given and name price. Cow
wi ue nenvereu ai me noon Kiver boat land
ing. Address, F;d. L. Howe, Lehowa Fruit
Farm, Mosler, Ore. a20
UWMulA (Ina h.irn .1 1 lotto ii
.... vin. uiunii iiinnrr nut, 111 t-JW I UN.
gent le, does not scare at autos, workn single
Or (lOllhlA. fAUtnnuhla lhtna (ti
or address O. L. W, ' m4
fr'nr Httl UHMetniar1 IrAllln.f rl.l.,ln
V. . .. V' "wleuv nuuul rur uariictnars
call 3S1.L. ..a?
For tUnie n,nf1 oenia wrtrb .i..i..
about 2300. Piice$22o. Phone 20ti-K. ' m4
Fnr Muln lTnt vr nnna ..i n n n
...,.!-,, ,.j irtl rllHU Btlll, IIlUfB
from Hood River, less than 1 mile from Hum
mlt Station, on the Mt. Hood R. U.,2 acres
cleared with bearing home orchard, K acre
. ..- .nmnt.m., VICfll iiib, line
I springs, new rough, house, log barn. Fine
ui vtuirj, iiver bhu niouniHins. meal
home Slid HrHt.fluUH Invputmnnt U-itA
er for price and terms. V. O. box Hood
Kiver, Ore. tf
KorHale-A team nsed to orchard wnrk
very cheap. Will sell single or double. If in.
terested phone 197-X. mi
Vt Ualannii MU1 I I -
- "iwiir; xw uiMiuu iiurne, f years Old,
Ronnn nnrl tmta olan f rA VinRur.
iv.-r v . .7 BC tuci'-1 none
210.X, Custer Bros. m4
VttT Mala k linnl MM XT . -
1 - "v 4i"iniivjciniw nvwuiwu irees,
prime stock, 4 to 6 feet. Being unable to
pihui mis spring, ana riavlng them on hand,
Will tftfinofiM nf thpm w a T u ...... i -
Odell 117. """"e
For ltnllr!Mrilrav ansrlnn O.ll Ihm
1 Inch main line, 2uu0 feetS trip line, blocks
and all necesHarv eouimm'nt. fnr immAriiQ.
use. Kor quick Rale l0uO cash. Joseph K
Thompson, Varkdale. tf
Vnr KntA lt'lv himinaoD nn4 !
l"t on 12th Ht. Will he sold cheap. Inquire
of J. H. Gill. .wt
For Sale 120 acre. 40 mttna ...i .r i.i
and ' miles of Butler on the Nort h hunt ,.,h
Flnft fruit, lunri anrl nmoh nr i. . 1..
. .... ... ,.,, ,, w, (l irnuv Hir me
plow. For details, address or call on J c
Mkelton, Butler, Wash. m(j
For Sale-Fullv eaulnrwd Swtnin m i
grabbing machine. Phone Odell 2X5 mil
I ot UI..L .......... . n. . . . .
di v. T . ""',il"" lucner s oridge.
Phone 277.M. mil
For Hale-SO acres unimproved, near Pine
Grove store. Will sell cheap If taken soon.
Mrs. Ida Van Allen, K. D. 1, box 54. Tele
phone 2073-L. m-11
For Sale Rubber tired buggy, used four
months. Price $!. Inquire of C. P. Root,
Hotel Oregon. m.ll
For Sale Altalfa and wheat hay. Two
sound young horses, broke single or double.
Three miles out, in Harnett district, phone
3232 L. Ralph Hlnrlchs. tf
For Sale-Heveral head of small horses.good
under saddle and for driving; single and
double harness; one lop huggy; two or three
light wagons suitable for truck or berries.
Auy of above cheap for cash or will trade for
anything I can use. a. O. Hershey. a27
For Hale-The best driving horse In the val.
ley. Apply Fashion Stable. aai7
For Rent -Desirable offices In the new
Hellbronner Building. These are the best
appointed offices In the city. Get a com
fortable office and watch your business
grow. ru2 J. H. HEILBRONNER, Owner.
tor Reut-Nlcely furnished front room,
with bath, near the center of town. Mrs. H.
(J. McGuire, 509 Cascade avenue. a-27
For Rent-Furnished flat. Inquire of J. L.
Henderson, Incorporated. ml
LOSt Gold chain nw.lfl.nii will. nAnu.
attached with small diamond In center.
rtndernleRHA WyM .1 filf.l..mmna n . rt
celve reward. mi
Lost-Between Park St., school and C. L.
Clapp s resldsnce Spring Number of Teach.
era KVHrV tlau Plana ITI..H... , .
Fourth Grade room, Park St., building and re.
P. VA P.V.Til ....
Bee keepers and orcbadlsts-If you are in-
, TO,, imu supplies u win pay
J'.?.1!.10.0" and tHlk over subject with me.
. Dakin, 1205 7th St. Hood River, Ore. tf.
Found-Purse containing coin. Owner can
have same by proving property and paying
for this notice. I). McDonald.
probably lost at Butler bank corner. Leave
at Glacier office lor reward nr tAiAnhmiA
For Hula Parlu mln. .
I, . B'""ft awnj, l"U urUB COm
plete, good as new, and different household
..n, nin,..iyii. Oil Willi iripOO.. ADtllV
karstedt, 214 Fourth street oor. State. mil
Vnr Slu lntJ,,.l L-,. . .1 . ... .
I.- m buijii nine i wilt
oner my 20 room house, well furnished with
two lots and outbuildings; no competition-
estt wish to go out of the business. Addresa
.umjr uiscl, uiiuerwooa, wasn. ni25
Onr atvlr nt ham.H ..!.... . v. i ..
Ik". u Kijimmm im'Kii are me
best we have ever had. Specially selected
and mjitart. Tim mm... c
grand. The hens are well marked, good IS
shape arid the color cannot be beat, if you
want to Improve your stock, get the best
which Is the cheapest. Eggs In two settlmi
lot. $2.M. Phone 183.X. Wkford Poult?y
ards, Hood Kiver. mV
tar Sale As 1 have purchased an auto
truck to deliver and haul my goods I now
offer my team of dark brown mares for sale.
Ihey are well matched, good drivers, work
anywhere are kind and gentle, age and 10.
weight 1KI0 each. Will sell at a sacrifice, $260
with a new set or breaking harness. Rock,
ford Store, phone 183-X. ma
Notice to Creditors.
Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned
?...n .dul? "Panted by the County Court
of the. State of Oregon, of Hood River County,
executrix of the will of Benjamin K. Shoe
maker, deceased. All persons having claims
aira nst said HiatA.MlI.hn 1 .
seut the same to me, properly verified as by
law required, at the office of Derby A Wilbur,
attorneys, suites 3 and 4, First National Bank
Building. Hood River, Oregon, within six
tnnnt ha W.n , I. . ....... ... . '
iated this 20th day of April. A. D. 1911.
p. . MARIAN A SHOEMAKER,
Executni of the Will of Benjamla K. Shoe-
maker, Deceased. a20ml