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THE HOOD RIVER NEWS, WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 12, 1910
FOUND A purse containing money; left in this
store a few weeks ago. Owner can have same
by proving property.
THE PARIS FAIR
Hood River's Largest and Best Store
WE Q1VE Some Big Bargains in Men's Hats and
Shoes on our Bargain Table. You can make
good money by looking these over.
ular price is a low one to commence with and has not
been "juggled," thus making this special sale an at
A CARD OF
Our business for 1909 so far exceeded in
volume of business any former year in our his
tory that we cannot but believe that our
"PUTTING OUR CUSTOMERS
AHEAD OF OURSELVES
has been the means to the end; but even with
that square deal policy we have an appreciative
host of customers to heartily thank for our great
increase in business in 1909.
You will find that a safe policy to trade un
der whenever you require anything from the
Drug Store and only under that policy is your
patronage solicited for 1910.
CHAS. fJ. CLARKE
The most elaborate social affair
ever held In Cascade Locks wan the
New Year's liall Riven by Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Clav Levy. and Mr. and
Mr. Jack Spratt White, at the Odd
Fellows Hall, which had leen been
transformed to a bower of green, the
Hood Hirer orchestra furnished the
dance music, and were separated
from the dance floor by a hedge of
Oregon rape, and pine Intermingled
with mistletoe. Japanese lanterns
and red bells, were suspended from
the celling, and shades of green cov
erings on the lights, shed a Im-h ti t tf u I
mellow light over the dance hall,
where from the centre celling a huge
ball of mistletoe was held by scarlet
The two hostesses received their
guests until nine thirty when the
ball was started in full swing. Mrs.
Ijhvy looked charming In a decolette
toilette Nile green crepe de chine,
with trimmings of duchess lace and
embroidery, the gown was enhanced
by a shoulder drape of silver, and
she carried a huge bunch of rlolets.
Mrs. White appeared In a white
princes rots? of lingerie, carrying long
stemmed American beauties.
Among the guests were: Mr and
Mrs L K Moore, the Misses Hilda
Hexter, Mae Wilson, Horence Slrnon-
ton, Jyols Lang, Messrs Koscoe
Hurst, Ted W ood, ( has .Ionian, K
li Loudon. Jack i'erry all of Tort
land, Miss Muriel Massey of Spo
kane, Messrs Kphle Karnes, Sumpter,
Klston Parties, Biggs, Ore, I'oss
Stendmnn and Andy Chappei i Oswe
go, Jim Simpson am K L Youninns
of Stevenson, Wash, Mr and Mrs
Clark Thompson. Mr Mort Thomp
son, Mr and Mrs J 1' Lucas, Mr and
Mrs Nels Olsen, Mr and John rates,
Mr and Mrs J K Hendricks. Mr and
Mrs Kay Osborne, Mr and Mrs Dllla
boy. Mrs Clem Woodward, Mr and
Mrs AHrt Meyer, Mr and Mrs Win
La hey, Miss Lda Iverson.MIss Kunlce
3fie Hevos eacls
Here is a chance to get your
self a first-class Overcoat,
1909-1910 style, heavy, me
dium and light weights, cra
vanetted, which not only makes
them warm but also makes
them rain proof. Nothing re
served in winter coats. Come
early while you can have first
choice, and remember our reg
The Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Suits,
Steel, Mr and Mrs Chns Hegbloom.
Miss Hendricks, Miss Bessie Hen
dricks, Miss Irma Yettlck, Mr Allen
Adams, Jr. Mrs C A Iirolller, Mr
Irwin I'.rolller, Mr and Mrs Capt
Nelson, Mr and Mrs A M Cooper,
Mr (has '1 horn.
Mrs L K Moore cf Portland
looked regal In an elaborate gown
of shell pink satin and gold trim
mings. Miss Hilda Hexter, princess
robe of Irish crochet lace over rose
pink silk. Miss Mae Wilson, decolette
gown of pale blue chiffon, Miss Sl
inonton Imported toilette of Plna
cloth over pink flowered chiffon, Mrs.
John P Lucas handsome gown of
black and white striped satin with
Jeweled trimmings, Mrs Clark W
ihompson sage crepe de Paris, Mrs.
John fates pink mousseline de sole
lace trimmings, Mrs Nels Olsen
lavender silk dotted mull. Miss
Thompson white organdie pink trim
filings. Miss Massey pink ombre silk
garniture of tiny rose buds, Mrs Kay
Osborne, green strliwd vollle black
velvet trimmings. Miss Kunlce Steel
pale mull and silk, Mrs A Meyer
princess gown of green vollle and
black velvet, Miss Kda Iverson black
cloth with pale blue satin waist,
Miss Hendricks white silk and lace.
Miss I'.ertha Hendrlck white lingerie,
Miss Yettlck whltedotted silk mull.
Dainty refreshments were served
during the entire evening.
1 he hostesses were the recipients
of numerous cut flowers that were
sent In by their friends.
Mr. ami Mrs. Harry Clay I-vy,
were hosts at a large dinner party
on Sunday. January i, following the
New Year's ball of the preceding
Woodmen Install at M osier
The Modern Woodmen and Koyal
Neighbors held their Joint Installa
tion Saturday evening. Mrs. Cham
berlaln was Installing officer for the
Koyal Neighbors and K. L. Hoot for
the Woodmen. After Installation
the foresters gave their drill work,
which Is very pretty and shows the
team Is well drilled. A scsdal hour
was spent In games.
in 3ine Printing
$ 8. 00 Overcoats,
Just the time of the year when they need them
most, and then they will do for next winter also.
$5.00 Overcoats for . -$3-35
3.50 Overcoats for 2.59
3.00 Overcoats for 2.35
2.75 Overcoats for 2.25
P. H. Mohr has returned to his
ranch on China Hill.
K. V. (i ramps has ts?en hauling a
car load of har from Dee.
Jan. V. Cnndee made a business
trip to Hood Hirer Thursday.
Mrs. P. J. Starks, who has been
visiting at Mount Hood, returned to
her ranch Wednesday.
S. B. Sutton and son Avon left
Tuesday for Uresham, Ore.
E. A. Brown was a business caller
In Hood Hirer Thursday.
ti. H. rou Dunn, who has leeu
spending the past month in Califor
nia, returned Monday and says there
Is no place like the Hood Hirer val
ley. PINE OROVE
Alphonse Mohr Is attending a busi
ness college iu Portland.
Dr. and Mrs. Jenkins and children
were guests of, Mr. and Mrs. K. -li.
The W. C. T. l will meet with Mrs.
Wm. Kerr Friday afternoon of this
week. All are cordially invited to
The Ladles' Aid society held an
interesting meeting at the home of
Mrs. Mabel Lage Wednesday after
noon of last week. It will meet
again, In regular session, next week
Wednesday, with Mrs. Ben Lage.
J. O. Jarvls and wife entertained
friends from Hood Hlver Sunday.
Do not forget the entertainment
entitled "TheUuv'nor"' at the grange
hall Friday evening, January 14th.
The young men of Hood Hirer who
participate are working for a worthy
cause and should Is? liberally patron
Howland Wiley and Miss Orva
.Mnglll. loth of Hood Hirer, were
married Monday at high noon at the
residence of Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Mason
Her. Frank Spauldlng olliclating.
Mr. anil Mrs. James Knglish and
llctle son went to Portland Monday
to risit relatives and friends, return
Last week Mane would s pony
slipped orer a bank near ner home
badly Injuring Its leg.
Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Friday went to
the Kose I ity I uesday.
K. S. Kleiner's barn and Jap house
are now complete. 1 he contractors.
(. ' F. and F. li. Coe are ready to Ik-
gin tne liungulow.
Mr. Karstetter Is hauling lumber
for a temporary house on his land
one mile south of Summit station.
He Is contemplating building a con
crete bungalow In tiie spring.
The snowfall of Thursday night
Mocked the way of the Mount Hood
train, It getting no farther than Sum
mit. Sleighs from Dee conveyed the
passengers to their destination.
Mr. Conley returned to Odell Tues
day, his sister accompanying him.
She returned to Joseph Friday Mr
Conley will ls In Odell and Hood
Hlver until after the auction of his
household goods, which will take
place Friday, Jairuary 14th, at his
J. S. Wheeler, of Portland, was In
Odell last week to make arrange
ments for clearing the remainder of
his twenty-acre tract of land at Sum
mit. K. L. Klemer ami wife ha ve Isen
In Portland a few days and while
there had the pleasure of hearing
A card received from Clair Crockett
and wife stntes that they are now at
Teme, Art., which place they like
much ls-tter than 1'uscon. They are
getting along well and enjoying nice
The F. and N. Club enjoyed a good
meeting Thursday at the home of
Mrs. Kiiodes. The next meeting w III
ls held two weeks from that day
with Mrs. Dora Boyd.
ROSS & RICHARDS
Th( Ltsalitf Conftctlcnliti mi Tobtecsliti
(Billiard Room and Bowlinr Alley in Connection)
Agency Portland Journal
Hood River, Oregon
A very pretty wedding was cele
brated Thursday, Jan. (ith, at the
home of the bride's parents, when
Henry K. Wledeman, of Morchead,
Minn., and Miss Isnhclle Harris
Stewart were married by Iter. W. C.
(lilmore. Promptly at '2.:0 p. m.
Mrs. Margaret Campbell was seated
at the piano and the wedding party
took their places to the strains of
Lohengrin's wedding march, Willie
Stewart, brother of the bride, being
groomsman and Miss Alta Ordway
bridesmaid. The bride was given
away by her father, Wm. Stewart,
and Miss Anna Vaunett sang "I Love
The bride wore a dress of cream
albatross and carried cream roses.
After congratulations a rare dinner
was served. Those present were:
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Stewart, Willie.
John, Pearl anil (!ruce Stewart, Mr.
and Mrs. E. J. Nicholson and Kay.
monil Nicholson, Mr. and Mrs. Onan
of Snbln, Minn., and Adric Onan. Mr.
and Mrs. S. (J. Campbell, Misses Alta
and Edythe Ordway, Miss Jenny
Forey, Capt. and Mrs. Crandall, fieo.
Crandall, Mrs. Mary and Miss Anna
Vannett, Her. and Mrs. W.e.Oilmore,
After an hour of wedding merri
ment and old fashioned Scutch songs
by Miss Vannett and Mr. Onan, with
violin accompaniment, Mr. and Mrs.
iedeman left for a tour of Southern
California, to return to their exten
sive land Interests at Sabin, Minn.
of Special Stockholders' Meeting
Notice Is hereby given pursuant to
call of the president of the Hood
Kiver Fruit Growers' I'nlon that a
Seelal meeting of the stockholders
of said corporation will be held at
the opera house In Hood Hlver, Ore
gon, at the hour of '2 o'clock p. rn. on
Saturday the L'l'nd day of January,
11)10, for the purpose of considering
and acting upon t he following ques
tions: (1) The sale of entire corporate
proerty at the highest and best
priced obtainable therefor.
(2) The election of a board of five
directors for the ensuing year, and
until their successors are elected and
(:) To consider and act upon the
question of the dissolution of the cor
poration, and the distribution of Its
assets and winding up of Its affairs
In whatever manner may be deter
mined by the stockholders of said
I his notice Is published In the Hood
Hirer News for one week, being two
Issues thereof, nnd the date of the
first publication Is January .", l!tl).
1 his notice is also posted In three
public places In the city of Hood
Hirer for the period of 10 days, nil of
which Is pursuant to the bylaws of
said corporation duly enacted. j
1-2 K. II. SiiKPAUK, Secretary.
fly Christmas trade
Ladies' All-Wool Sweater Coats
On our Bargain Table, values up to $3.00; your
choice while they last $1.00
These have been damaged slightly by water. ,
Furs and Fur Sets Special
Per Set of Persian Lamb, satin lined, a good
value at $18.00, special price $12.00
Siberian Squirrel Scarf worth $1.50; special 75c
Astrican Scarf and Muff, scarf trimmed with 6
tails, regular seller at $8.00; special $575
$3.50 Scarf, slightly damaged $2.50
$3.50 Scarf... $2.75
$30.00 Genuine Mink Scarf, trimmed with two
heads and six large tails; special only $16.00
Children's Furs and Fur Sets 1-3 off. Do not let
this chance slip by.
and John B. Stetson Hats.
Hev. W. C. (illmore. Pastor.
Worship and preaching at 11 a. in.
Graded Bible school 10 a. in. Music
by quartet choir, Mrs. C. H. Slctton,
director. Young People's meeting,
ti:4.". evening service T:-'I0.
Hev. Arthur Hayes Sargent.
Regular morning service at the
Unitarian church at 11 a. in., Sunday
school at !):4.1. Vesper service at
Everybody is welcome to both the
Sunday school and preaching services.
J. H. Parker, pastor.
Kegular services each Sunday as
follows: Preaching at 11 a. m. and
7::i0 p. m. Sunday school at 10 a. in.
a. in. Young People's meeting :4. p.
m. Midweek prayer service every
Wednesday night nt ":.'!0. The pub
lic generally invited to all services.
Hev, J. H. Hargreaves, pastor.
Sunday school !t:."il a. in. Preach
ing at 11 a. m. and 7::i0 p. in. Young
People's meeting at 7 o'clock.
The regular weekly services are
Young People's meeting Tuesday
evening, mid-week prayer meet lug
Wednesday evening. Ladies Aid so
ciety Thursday afternoon.
T. 15. Ford, pastor, Kesldence fill!
State street. At home every forenoon
and Thursday afternoon.
Sunday services: Sunday school at
10 a. m.; preac hing, 11 a. m . and
7:-'IO p. in.; Lpworrh league, Ii::t0 p.
m Prayer meeting Thursday even
ing. 7:.'!0 o'clock.
Junior church at .1 o'clock each
Sunday. All children welcome.
A. J. Adams, pastor,
Kegular services each Lord's Day.
Bible school at 10 a. in., sermon at
11 a. m. nnd 7:-'to p. in. Christian l',u
davor at i::io p. in.
A cordial Invitation Is extended to
ail to attend any or all of these ser
vices. The church is making a splendid
growth. Nine additions last Sun
day and all departments of the work
are taking on new life.
Belmont Methodist Church
H. J. V'ooh, pastor.
Services next Sunday as follows:
Sunday school lo A. M.; Preaching
service 11 A. M. Evening service 7:.'I0
P. M. Prayer meeting Thursday 7:-'M)
P. M. Everyone welcome at all ser
vices. Neither preaching service nor Sun
day school will Is- held next Sunday
as t he Interior of t lie church Is Is'lng
repaired and Improved and the pas
tor Is assisting in revival services at
Heppuer. Kegular services will U'
resumed Sunday, Jan
The pastor's wife desires to meet
all women of the congregation and
neighborhood at the parsonage next
Friday afternoon from two till live.
BIVEB'S RHJHOLE JEWELER
was Immense, which shows that the Mood
River people appreciate
?oocls at Honest
We the undersigned will pay one hun
dred dollars reward for any case of
catarrh that we cannot cure. F.J.
Cheney & Co., Toledo,!). We.t he under
signed have known F. J. Cheney for
the last l." years, and Is-Ucve him
perfectly honorable In all business
transactions and financially able to
carry out any obligations made by
his linn. Walding, Klnnan & Mar
vin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internal
ly, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Testimonials sent free. Price 7.1 per
bottle. Sold by all druggists. Take
Hall's family pills for constipation.
VV. C ADAMS
Personal Attention Given All Work.
Phone 307.K. Residence. 720 June Street,
HOOD RIVER, OREGON
Real Estate Bulletin
$i 7.V).00-Ten acre one mile out, eiirht acres in
tree, two acre in bearing-, balance one to
four years old; one acre of berries between
trees; two acres pasture with running water.
Five Inches of water.
tT.&OO.no-Eleven acres, Ave miles out; eiitht acres
in trees three to five years old; balance all
fi-ood apple land: small house and ham. well
three inches of water. This adjoins one of
the best orchards in the valley.
I.500.00-Twenty acres in Pine Grove Kintrict:
six acres in three-year-old tree balance good
apple land, not a foot of waste (round. Una
soil slope; close to school, church, store and
railway. The fourteen acres uncleared can
be cleared and set t trees for less than 1100
INSURE P.EEORE THE EIRE. We rcpre-nt
standard companies only, mich as the PHKN1X.
I.O LION and LANCASlllKIt and may others.
G. Y. EDWARDS & CO.
Office next Alt. Hood Hotel
A Sprained Ankle.
Asa rule a man will feel well satisfied
if he can hobble around on crutches In
twoor three weeks nftcrsprainlng his
ankle, and It Is often two or three
months before he Is fully recovered.
This Is an unnecessary loss of time, as
by applying Cin mlierlaln's liniment,
as directed, a cure may as a rule
be effected In less than one week's
time, and In many cases within three
days. Hold by all good dealers.