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ÉOOD RIVER GLACIER. THÜRSDAÏ, APRIL 24, 1924
NEW MOTOR TRUCK
>unb Uturr (Klarirr DR. BODDY ACCEPTS
CALL TO CHICAGO
ARTHUR D. MOE, Msrager
JOE D. THOMISON. tdtax
Nabaeriptloa. «2.00 Par Year.
•• -BANNING-THE JAPANESE
Having accepted a call to the Wood
lawn l’ark Presbyterian church at
Chicago. Re'. W. H. Buddy has ten
dered tils resignation to the Imard of
trustees of Riverside community
chunk. The Chicago church is located
only four Hocks from the I'niveralty
of Chicago, it has a membership of
1,400 Dr. Harold L. Bowman received
a call t<« the First Presbyterian church,
of Portland, while iHtstor of the Chi-
«•ago unlvernHy church. The ntaff of
the church includes two foreign mis
sionaries, one of them a medical mis-
alouarv; a city missionary engaged in
work in the slums, a ministerial sec
retary and two assistants.
While J>r. Hoddy Intimated two
weeks ago that <he might accept the
o*ll to. the Chicago church, definite
news of Ms Oc Moit wa». not xlveft
out until Monday night, when his let
ter of resignation wsb tendered the
A committee has l>een named, to be
confired by the <*liureh. for selecting
a new pastor. Several names of suc
cessful men are Is-fore tlMs^coinmittea.
It is possible that a supply will lie
made for the summer, giving the com
mittee ntuple time In making a choice.
It was stated that a distinguished
minister, tiM-ml-er of a faculty of one
of the northwestern university*«,
might tie available for summer work.
In discussing his call. Dr. Buddy
The Japanese government erred
■Wh*n it presented the state depart
ment with the bristling note iu pro
test agaiimt • the immigration act,
which lias bran passed by both fhe
house uu! senate. The note apis-ared
to be a veiled threat. The act, as
adopted by «ingress, is really not (lie-
criminatory nrainst Jaiauieaei It will
T apply to any ’js-optea who cannot be
come citiaens of America.
If Hood River folk will think back
to 1010 and 1920 they will remember
that the nation first heard of the pro-
' -post.I of excluding aliens who cannot
become citizens and preventing their
land ownership,through an activity of
the Ilpod River valley. California, of
course, had long agitated the «lueation.
Bnt “In Hood River the Anti-Aaiatiq
Association was formed. The local
American Legion post took up the mat
ter, and t-he Oregon state delegation
was prevailed upon to ask the first
national meeting of the Ix-gion, at
Minneapolis. to endorse the anti-alien
proposal. Dr. V. II. Abraham, ns we
•'There is uu element In the local
recall, was present at that meeting as situation with which I am not de
nn Oregon delegate. The Ix-glon took lighted, Our affections are more deep
a firm stand and has since l>een Influ ly involved here than they ever can
lie any other place. Yon have taken
ential in bringing the Immigration such ample cere of all our material
*' principle to a head In the bill just needs and given us so much genuine
friendship that it has made It all but
passed by congress.
One might think because of thia Impossible for us to leate. Hood River
will always he our home and we expect
"that flood River valley was a com to return to Oregon -in the not too
munity in which (-Hixons would show distant future.”
a distinct racial feeling. Not so, how
ever. We have more Japanese neigh-
bors than any other'section of Oregon.
They are a bard working, cléan living
lot of people. Their energy has been
a boon to us here in the maintenance
On motion of District Attorney Ba
of our strawberry Industry,
But, ker. Judge Wilson yesterday issued a
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r* » Fred
- W— Wise, — of
tlitie had come when we should pro- derwœd, imroled two year« ago when
test against a further invasion of Jap sentenced to a term of five years in
the Oregon penitentiary
anese. We hold no grudge against the tion
for murderous asaault
Japanese at present among us.
‘^prahended" hh™while "bringing
will continue to treat them fairly and a boatload of moonshine liquor across
With respect. But we feared that the the Columbia.— Judge Wilson, who
numbers of Japanese might reach granted the parole on unanimous rec
ommendation of the trial jury, but It
serious embarrassment. Japanese can was demanded that Wise take a pledge
not intermarry and amalgamate with to desist from all Illicit liquor oper
Americana, and it is dangerous for a ations.
Wise last week was found guilty in
country to encourage the building up
federal court In Seattle of moonshin
of such a population, a population ing and sentenced to'111 months at Mc
that will remain foreign to ideals ai
Neil's Island and four tfionths In the
Pierce county jail. The federal court
social fabric of the country.
also assessed a 1250 fine. -
District Attorney Baker will ask
Washington authorities to arrest Wise.
Company C needs recruits and needs If he resists lieing brought to Oregon
them now. It la hooves fivery ¡>atriotlc extradition papers will be asked.
citiscn of the city to aid in recruiting
Riverside Takes in 41 Members
the company to Its full strength before
Forty-one new memberg. of Whom
the end of next week. The company 2N were adults, were received into
must have full strength to attend the Hftverside community church Bunday.
California encampment. If failure is The othem. were young people, ranging
encounten-d we may lose the company. from junior high school to the senior
class of the high school.
We must not do that.
“The Dawning." the pageant given
at the dinrch Bunday night, drew a
Hurry with that slogan for the Odd was all taken and 200 were- turned
awav. The pageant, which was di
Fellows, a slogan that will associate rected by Mm. L. L. Murphy, depicted
Hood River with the apples. The time the day following Christ's resnrrec
is nearly over for suggesting slogans. tion. The costuming, arranged by
Mm. C. II. Jenkins and Mm. R. B.
If you have-a good one, it may win the PerigoA
_ superb, Those particl-
prise and bring Hood River much pating were: Albert T. Case. Mrs
publicity. Get busy.
L. H. Alexander, George Hmith. Dr.
R. Abraham. I. R. Acheson. Mr.
________ Mrs. William
E. It. Pooley, who spent the winter Kiser. _.
Metcalf. Miss Marie Bartineas. Mrs.
down in Georgia, where he observed P. C. Fletcher. Mr. Buddy, Joshua
the trend of agricultural enterprises, Pierson, Maurice Kinsey and Helen
says that a monument lias been erected Buddy.
in a city there to the boll weevil. In
Oregon Best for Picnics, Brodie
olden days, before the boll weevil
Edward E. Brodie, publisher of the
swept the land, putting cotton planta Oregon City Enterprise, who Is home
tions out of business, the country de on a furlonrh from Bangkok, where
pended on one crop, cotton. Through he is minister to Slam, passed through
n«-eepslty the farmers, after the weevils here Tuesday on the way to Baker,
Mm. Brodie will visit a sister.
had worked their depredations, ba«l to where
Mm. Henry McKinney. Mr. and Mm.
learn to'Pfiltivate something else. They Brodie stopped at Eagle creek for a
began diversification, and ever since picnic lunch. Both. I>ecausc of the
the country has been made prosperous. residence In the tropical country, wore
And Mr. Pooley’s ol»servatlou is of winter wraps.
“But the chilly weather didn't pre
the same tenor of a remark not so vent us from enjoying out Oregon pic
long ago by Gordon G. Brown, who nic." declared Mr. Brodie. “Oregon
said that we might in time look l«a«k Is-ats Slam for picnicking. The lsgl
on the great freeae of 1019 as. a hless- time we went over there I sat down
on a snake."
ing in disguise. It brought about/ an
earlier diverriflentlbfi. In frulla than
May 4, Apple Blossom Sunday
would otherwise have been the case
Geo. R. Wilbur, president of the
We cannof yet find anyone so bold a* Cha miter of Commerce, has officially
to suggest a monument to that killing set Bnnday, May 4. as Apple Blossom
Sunday tn the Hood River valley.
frost of four or five years ago.
Leroy Childs reports tliat the blooms
of the hundreds of acres of apple trees
The word, "Pepita” means nothing should he at their^ltest at this time.
to Hojal River folk, btit just add that It is expected that the valley will en
that la the vehicle for the annual tertain -more than 5,000 motor guests
during the Sunday of apple blooms,
operetta of the high school, and hen and the Chamber of Commerce and
watch them scramble for tickets for other civic organisations are making
the performance, which will be given preparations to greet the many vis
at the Rialto next week.
FRED WISE S PA- .
ROLE IS REVOKED
Cha*. DeHart, Alie Yin Trouyen and
Robert Winterateen. who for aotne
time have been operating Independently
in motor freighting between here and
1‘urtland. have joined haudn and
furmed the Portland-Hood River Mo
tor Truck Freight Service. The men,
who will nerve all way atatlona, have
Hecured a deput here In the building
uu Flrat atreet formerly occupied by
W. L. Slutk for dlatrlbutlng sprayera.
Their Portland depot a »«1 w a rehouse
will be with the Willamette Tranafer
Co. at Tenth and Flandera atreeta.
The men later will he served by the
new East Side terminal freight atatlon.
Roliert E. Fraaier la mauager of the
company and will be In charge of the
NOW UNDER WAY
All hatidii trill follow the urglnxs
<rf the Woman’s Club committee thia
w4ek and endeavor to make tire apple
city a spotloM town by next Haturday
night. The women are endeavoring
to leave the city In trim for the an
nual grand lodge session of Odd Fel-
I owb , for Blossom Week visitors and
the stream of motor tourists expected
here throughout the trammer. Mra.
Geo. W. Thomson, Mrs. C. A. Bell,
Mrs. E. L. Scobee and Mra. A. B. Ben
.... the committe In charge
the cfean up. Boy Hcouts are partici-
liating in the work. The boys circulat
ed handbilla announcing the clean up.
Mount Hood Develops BaoebaU
The Mount Hood t»asel>all team has
the .prospects for a succeMful season
this year, having a number of new
men to choose from in addition to
the good players that were developed
last year. They played their flrat
game last Ntmday. winning over Odell
by a score of 9 to 4. Then they placed
the Parkdale team a flve-lnnlng game,
winning over them by a score of 6 to 1,
all tn the same day.
Next Rttnday the Mount Hood base
tiall team playa the Pine Grove team
on the Mount Hood ball field, which
la near the Mount Hood community
Aas’n Committees Named
The directorate of the Apple Grow
ers Association at a meeting last week
named standing committees as follows:
Hales,, R. J. Mclaaac, Geo! T. Galli
gan and George Bheppard: warehouse,
Glenn B. Marsh, If O. Downing and
J. H. Mohr; finance. O. King Benton.
C. E. Coppie and D. L. Pierson; In
spection. Howard L. Shoemaker and
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Market Road Highway Conatrartioa
Hood River County, Oregon____
Scaled bltla will be received by the
County Court of Hood River County,
Oregon, at the office of the County
Clerk in the City of Hood River. Hood
River Connty. Oregon, at 1.30 o’clock
p. m., on the 12th day .of May. 1924.
for conatraction of a auction of con
crete road Ireginnlug at the weat end
of the Weat Hide Market Road and
running Went for a diatance of approx
imately 3400 feet.
The work involve« approximately
100 cn. yda. common excavation ; (1100
aq. yda. preparation of subgrade: 0100
nq. yds. 7 in. (1-2-3 mix) concrete
(Hiving; 30 lin. ft. 12 in. culvert pipe;
1R00 lln. ft. expansion joints; (WOO lin.
ft. shoulder construction; 50 cn. yds.
No bid will lie considered, unlemf
accompanied by cash, bidder’s bond or
certified check for an amount <>qual to
at least five per cent of the total
arqount of the bid.
A con«>rat«> sur«4y bond will be re
«inlred for the faithful performance of
the contract in a sum equal to one half
of the total amount of tlte bid.
Plans. R|H*«-ifications, forms of con
tract. propoaa) blanks (same as used
by state) and full Information for
bidtiers may l>e obtained at the offlie
of the County Clerk. Hnod River.
Oregon, upon the deposit of $5.
The right is reserved to reject any
anil all prois.sals or to accept the
proposal or pro|Misals deemed best for
By order of the County Court.
County Clerk. ■
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Bedding Supplies form an important item in the household supplies. Every
housewife takes a justifiable pride. UJ.them. Wearwell sheets and pillow cases
represent the highest standard of quality and live up in every particular to their
We have a good supply of sheets and pillow cases, ready made, as well as
all widths of sheeting and pillow tubing by the yard, at very attractive prices.
Let us supply your -needs. Get ready now for our convention visitors in May.
Towels of Highest Quality
All sorts of towels, from the di
minutive guest towel to the comfort
able bath size, iti plain white, colored
The largest and best line of towels
in the ’city at economy prices Now is a
to supply yotir needs.
New Gingham Dresses For Ladies
—A dandy new lot just received—
Comforts and Blankets
We were never much better prepared to
take care of you in this line than now. Cot-
ton^potton and wool mixed and all pure wool
made by the Oregon City Woolen Mills.
All sizes in plain white and colored, fancy
We want to call your special attention to
some wonderful values in All Pure Virgin Wool
Blankets that -<we bought at a special price and
have marked at the same big saving to you
- These have slight defects in the weave
nothing very bad, however. They are surely
beautiful blankets and wonderful values. Do
not fail to see them if you want a real bar
gain in blankets. 2nd Floor.
. For Sale^-Good 2R ton Bterling track, vaine
For Sale — Apple, peach, paar and cberry
(too Will take good mortgage or other good trees. We have a foil line or general nursery
aaourlty. Address »18 East Stark BL. Port stock. Phone Parkdale « or write C. T. Raw-
For Bale—.Medium priced modern bodee and
tarage. Coca« Ion very attractive. Eaay forme.
Enqatre Gla<ler offloe.a!7tf
Fo- Bale— A Guernaey-Jeraey milch sow,
fresh very soon, aged t yeera. An Al animal.
PrloeMO. T. W. Berry. HL », pbone M». aM
For Hale-Timothy and alfalfo bay. J. P.
Tbompsen. Phone Odell 2S8.
For Bale A good young Jersey milch cow,
»0. Phone M'8.________ _____________ a!7tf
For Hale or Trade—A good light team at »76.
tohllnoier Hroe. Tel. 2861.
For Bale—One 840 egg Masters tnenbator; One
«»egg maebine. Tel. C. D. Nlckelaeu 5S01 mk
For Hale-One Chevrolet 1-lon truck, A No. 1
condition, new cab and palet. A enap Hee
“Bed,'* Belmont Garage.
ror Hale or Trade Auto wood aaw attach-
mon* for Ford car. »12». Tel. 2MI.
For Hate- Bargain. One Kingsbury piano,
»WOaaab. Tel. Mil.
Foritele-^Fresh cow, 6-weeks old pigs. 3-In.
blag* iron pipe, a No. » ram, 44n. sewer tile,
oolMstaor glased. Registered Jersey Boll for
àervî&rprto» «.00 Walter Well«. Tel. 47». aM
For Rale— ».room bungalow, 10U Blate Hl
F. F. Clark, leL SBt.
For Bale ot Trade for Hood River proper
tv-SO-acre form, nultahle tor chicken raining.
P o. Box »11. Portland. Ore.
Pound—By Hood River Laundry, a gold
Wanted—Four young ruen or two couplea
for board and room
Private famllyzane jedding ring. Owner may have name by sail
r«M>ma, beet homo cooking. Kate« |i0 in US ing at Glacier office. Identifying ring and pay
per.month. Give pbone number, reply to ing for Ibis ad.
Eatray Notice— Saturday. AprilS, I lookup
Wanted—Work with tractor, Fordaon, »2.25 at my ranch on the East Bide, one nay mare,
per hour. Call WO» for Uavla.
inistr white.foes, weighing about 1200 pounds Un
less redeemed by owner animal will be sold
Wantcdp-A paalura for a cow during the
Haturday. May », al 10 a. m
F. H. Mehr A
aummar ffiontha, John Ledford, Box kl.itl. ».
Bros. Tel. 44HO.
Wanted—Second Hand baby carriage. Must
For Rent-Two furnished room«, gentlemen
call Immedlal. ly In either city or valloy.
he In good condition and reasonable. Reply preferred. Tel. 2BI3 after « p. m
X7 care Glacier
For Kent-Furnlibed bousekeep ng rooms. Phone M03.
Wanted—Work by the hour. Tel. 6721. ml Tri tm.
Reasons For Buying I aw I s ' Reda— You cam
For Reut—Honaekeeplng rooma, »U Htafo.
For Rent—Au 8-room bouse, newly painted see wtat you ara getting. The only 'govern,
Tel. 9001. Mra. Nancy McDonald.
end papered downslalH. Tel. V783 or cell st ment tested Reds in Hood River. They are
60 per osnt nou-seticr*. Recommended by the
(03 Pine St.
beet authorities. Will hatch May chicks at 16c
Wanted — General bouaework and houaa
ktwplng. Addreeg K. T., care 01 Glacier. aM
For Rent—A 4-room cottage. Tel. 2084. miff each If ordered In advance. Ralph R. lowla.
pbone Odell IB.
Wanted—To buy a pig (No. not you, gentle
For Rent-1 furnished rooms with hath and
Wanted — Kxperienced dreaamakor wanta
reader, thia ba, 4 feel,) weighing 100 to ISO I be furnace beat. 601 Blate Street, across from
work. Have year old anlt made over Into an
—a feeder pig. A. J. Grow, tel. fgn.
up-to-date Spring dreea. Will work by day or
Wanted-Waablng ar washing and Ironing.
For Rent— Rooms and fornlsbed suites. piece.
Me «nd »1 per dosen. tfou»tactlon assured. Phone 3644, Mrs. H. J. Frederick
Will call for and deliver eloihea 11 In town.
Want home prnpoaltlun, income, what have
Write or call at 1028 Railroad Ht, I block north
and 1 block went of Columbia at 101b.
Any alri In trouble may rommunlcsfo with
Wanted-sA young-girl to asetsl In bouse
Loot—A small llgbt gray neck fur. Finder Enelgn L ao of lbs Halvalloa Araty al the
work in mornings. Call Mrs. Berkeley H. pleas« return to Glacier.
White Shield Home, 888 Mayfolr Ave., Port
Snow. tel. 3734.
Loe«—Between Golf Coarse and Odell, a dri
Wanted-An lee cbeet, a chiffonier and a ver golf olok. bearing Initiale "C. A." Phone
Join Pig Club
sewing maebine. Tel.«837.
Yon may get a-registered deep red Duroc
Wanted —Truck Hauling. General Motor
A strong American Are Insurance company Jersey pig. six moutba old May 2, for »16. Pa
truck will haul anything, any plaoe, any desires to appoint agent In Hood River with pers go wltb each Dig sold. None better. T. A.
time. Tel. 3624 and 1462. L. F. CUIp.
a»7tf . experienced insurance man. No. 10.
Brooke. Avalon Wny, Rt 4. pboue 847». a!7tf
For Balo—Baby ebleka and batching egga,
Jiv-obean end Khenamllh Barred Horka, and
White Lagborna, mated tocockereia from Bock
with /»average egg record. Rhode laiand Red
(Oockerola from trapneaied atock) and Anoo-
UH», stock from bene with over ii-.«0 egg record,
limited, Alao White leghorn hone, to-
eseb and a few,Rhode laiand hena. Mra. Geo.
ciiamberUn. Rhone Odell »xl.
For Baja—IMO-lb., good, all purpose ranch
how at a reasonable prloe. W. I. Klrky, tel.
For Hale-On the Heights, 2 Iola and S room
hooi-e. trait and berries, all kinds.garden and ,
A rani bome, priced right.
Uli Seventh Bl., pbona 3H3.
For Bale—Pansies and perennial plants, an.
nuals In season. Mrs. T. W. Berry, phone 54».
Or «fora taken tnr Rhode Island Red baby
chicks Pbone 3372
Vor Sale—Fordkon tractor In At ahane, tnet
overbanlad by Ford Shop, frtoe |4«M). wltb
«•xlraa Alao International k-1« tractor« In Al
-hape, price |4U0; Cutaway tractor diac, »100;
aleo Hardie Mogul Bpraver with 10 b. p en.
Coe, Juat overhauled. »WO. C, King Benton,
For Bale—Jersey Black Giant hatching esgs.
K per It; ball price after May 1st. Call phon«
For Bate—Three tote near the business sec
tion on the Hslghta, In block B
sider an automobile or placo tn trade or wqi
■ell on the Installment plan. At s eaerlflce.
Add reas Minnie E. Caddy. RL A, Gresham,
Ford Roadster, License
Ford Truck, overhauled, re-paint
Dixie Flyer, 1921, »ssdnMar, regsiat
Oakland Touring, 1919. . $254
Oakland Touring, 1517,...«IM
Samson 1 Ton Truck
Commerce 2 Ton Truck
Reo Speed Wagon
1923 Essex Coach
For Bate-300 O. A. Q White Leghorn hens
call pbone S8M.
For Bale- IM.OOO Clark Beedllng strawberry
planta. H. H. Fawboeh, tel. Odell 7». m«tf
For Sale—Hardie sprayer, orcbard wagon,
spring tooth and diac. S. D. KUnter, Metho
For Sale-Work bon», or will trade for cow
or dra<eaw( tel. 0<lell
Dane Kemp. mflOct
J. F. VOLSTORFF
For Bale-40 sere ranch and ranch equip
ment; east side; I mite north' Odell station;
K«iod buildings; close to church end aobool;
Sart cash, estay terms to right party. Address
. I.. Bradell. RL 4. Hood River. Phone Odell
Thia la a splendid dairy proposition
There la natural running Waler on each 30
throughout lbs year; also an abundance of Ir
Mash Found At I’ntlerwood
While scouting' around the bluffs
.west of I'nderwo-d, Deputy Sheriffs
Hooker and Hunt, of Skamania county,
Washington, recently dlscovvA-« <1 three
barrels of mash. No still, however,
could be found. The offiierk think the
moonshiners are titllUhig a. -«avern
along the bluffs to conceal their still.
The mash Imrr'-ls evidently ha<i Iwen
lifted to the lodge by means <>f.t-ope>.
Cor. Cascade and 4 th
Octogenarian Sent To Pendleton
Robert Brace Curtis, an Octogenar
ian of Cascade Tz>cks. suffering from
senility, was committed to th«- Pendle
ton asylum last week. Mr. Curtis, who 0. W. HAMILTON, M. D.
«vas recently brought here for core by
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
a local family, rests under the delusion
ihat his tied at night time is surround
. Ornee B roricb Bfxx*
«-d by phantoms. He calls them "itriint-
rrs.” declaring'thnt flic annoying spec- Off! co. phone 3741
Rome phone 3742
ires keep up a' cwnsfatqnf harsh grunt
ing that prevents him from sleeping.
Rev. Wilbur Coming Here
Rev. Geo. H. Willmr. of Milieu in
chnrgc of the- work of the Nurnhiy
school department for the Pemil« ton
Presbytery of the Presbyterian chunli.
wns hen- last u«s-k seeking a subiirlsin
ranch pjacc Iler.,
Rev.. Wilbur stptcs that
ho expects to muke the HoOd River
valley his iiermanent homo a J the
geographic ltwution will lx far more
convenient than any eastern' Oregon
point. He expects, he stated, to bring
Mm. Wilbur and their three children
- here soon.
Dr. Hamilton locates Herr
Dr. C. W. Hamilton, of Drs. Hamil
ton 4 Hamilton, of The Italics. Ims
located here, having taken n suite- of
rooms In the Brosius building. He
«•ill engage In the general practice of
np-dicine and surgery. -
w Dr. and Mrs. Hamilton have l>e<>n in
the city since last week. They .are
fust making many friends. Dr. Ham
ilton Is an enthusiastic golfer, one of
the type who srises with the. robins
to play an early round.
Mr. and Mrs. Moe Are Grandparent*-
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Moe are how'
A Jlut':BWUiil. boh . Jiav.
Ing been bora last Tliunulay morning
to their da tighter, Mrs. Oral E. Pal-
' liiateer. in Salem. Both Mr and Mrs.
-Mot- were at the home of their son
in law and daughter, where the birth
occurred, throughout last week.
The new grandson Ims l>een immoti
Robert Edward Palmatcer.
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For Bale—Flnmo lumber, and rough dreeaed
lumber tor all purposes
We deliver, when
desired, to all parts of the valley. Horn Bron.
Tel. 8681, Standard Lumber Co.
^be PARIS FAI R
For Bale - Barred Rock baby chicks and
hatching rasa. Jacobson strain, bred to lay.
TH. Odell 1». Mrs. Elisabeth Brara.
For Bale—First class straa berry plants for
sals. Claud Moore, Jericho Lane.
For Hale—Early maturing, heavy laying, O
A.C. Strain of Barred Rocks. Beletded bens
heavy layers, mated with cockerel No. 847-N.
Record of Dam 248 kg»«. Pedigree shows up
to KB Eggs on Dani's side and 283 on Hire's
Eggs 18c each. Al»o baby chicks for
For Halo-Glad'oll and dahlias. Bend 73c to
Mrs. A Heer, Rt. t. Hood River, for 1 dosen sale. Mrs. Anna Edgington, Fifth and May,
chore mixed glad lol, bulb«, bahlfh prices
SEASONED WOOD FOR SALE
For Hale — Electric light plant. UalvenaL 14 Inch Slabwood . ................. . . »8.00
Hpeclal price. »86 cash. For particulars call 14 Inch Fir....... .............................................. SWAB
.*133, Mr. t'nger.
Winch Pole Oak...,,.......... ................ c. »11.50
RAY E. HARPER, Phone 680»
For Hate—6 weeks old purebred Hsmpshlre
pigs at reasonable prloe. Phone 664»
For Bate—f rnonf house wltb'large hasemml
lol let and bath. 4 lota and sa>«gs, some fruit
For Belo—Full blood Chester Wblfo boar, trees, shade Irra« and shrubbery. 1802 Taylor
cheap. Alvo light orchard truck. A«ldrete Street, on lbs Heights, Hood River. Address
M. C Miller, Viento, Ord.
Carson C. Maslker. Maryhill. Waah.
For dale—Or will trade for cow. one high
For Hale—Wheel hay and timothy hay. C. T.
class, three tube radio complete; two stages of Roberta, phone 46».
smpllcallon. It has received all coast sta
tions and east to Texas. Write R O, earn of
Pomona grange will meet Wednes Glacier.
day, May 7. .with the Odell grange.- For Hate YoOng pigs. Tel. 4623 ». A. Me.
Mrs. zWilliam Munroe, the luiUirer.
announces that Geo A. Mansfield and
—Ford loarlng car. R. L. Noal, R.
Mrs.’ Alexander Thompson. respect- F. Forcale
fully Democratic candidates, for -the
<'lilted Ulates senate and delegate tn For Hale-Tomalo plants; Karly Jowell. 18c
per do».; Uno per iiuudred. T. H. Coon, Hast
the New York convention, will he here end
for addresses. The meeting will last
For Bale—A »00 pound foam. Tel, Parkdale
all day and a dinner will he served at
For Bale—Barrell IMatrici one serai, groom
-Iroweei foratshed j nati bu l ld l hgo, ae v e» tol lin g
well, modern chicken houaae accomodating
any, electrlelly. Address K. L. Barstow. 4»
N. E. »th BL. Portland. Ore.
For Bale-Kir wood. lMn. and *-A Tbona
MM. A. LaChapelle.
For Hate—Fir and pine IB In. and 4 IL «rood,
delivered anywhere In the valley. E. Bran re
gard. Tat. Odell M.