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THE HOOD RIVER NEWS, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 26, 1910
If You Want an OVERCOAT or
SUIT our large stock is now
on Special Sale
THE PARIS FAIR
THE STORE THAT GIYES YOU THE BIGGEST VALUES
LADIES' SUITS, COATS, SKIRTS
and Sweaters, all at special
prices. 2nd Floor
Once more wo have the pleasure to announce the departure of our buyer, Mr. M.Et
McCarty, for the eastern markets to personally seleot our new Spring Stock. In
making this trip we find we can best serve you with the very newest and. best
things the markets afford. Visiting all of the largest cities we know what is
right in style, and buying direct from the factories and largest wholesalers for cash, we secure the newest things and at a
good saving. These good prices we secure we share with you, regardless of what some may say about them being inferior goods.
This assertion is merely an excuse for the higher prices asked by themselves for the same quality of merchandise. This faot
you know to be true, if you are one of our many customers, and if you are not, we only ask you to investigate and we will
leave it to your own judgment. We know what your verdict will be, for it cannot be otherwise when you notice that we carry
the best makes in all departments. Nemo corsets for ladies, Hart, Schaffner & Marx suits, Manhattan shirts, John B. Stetson
hats, Hamilton & Brown and The Brown shoes the product of the largest factories in the world. Dress Goods, Millinery and
ready-to-wear of the most reliable makes. We are preparing to put in a larger and more complete stock than ever and want you
to await their arrival. By so doing you will be amply repaid by not only getting the very newest in style and patterns, but
you will buy at a good saving.
Boys' and Misses' Hose
Here is a special for Saturday that you do not want
to overlook. Good, heavy ribbed hose, fast black
color, double heel and toe, sizes 6 to 9 1-2, good full
size. Special Saturday only, i pairs to the customer
at the price the pair, 5c
Fleeced Lined Gloves
and Hittens, Values up to, the pair,
60c, all samples, Al goods at regular
price. Special the pair, 38c
Gauntlet and Wrist Gloves
Men's Gauntlet and Wrist Gloves of
calfskin, buck and horsehide, worth
up to $1 a pr. Special, the pair 63c
Hen's Dress Shoes
of kid, satin calf, velour calf and box
calf, Blucher cut, two good full soles.
Shoes that sold for $2, $2.2 5 and $2.50, Choice $1.48
On the Hands ot the
People of Hood River
A SCIENTIFIC TOILET PREPARTION
WITHOUT AN EQUAL
BEST FOR CHAPPED HANDS
Price 25 Cents
GHAS. N. CLARKE
The Mount Hood Grange met In
regular gewlon January 2L with C.
K Miller, worthy muster.
Mr. and Mm. L. A. Newman of I'lne
Grove spent a couple of days with
the Culbertnon family of thin place.
Thomas C'ulbertson has U-en try
ing to clear some of the tlralx'r off his
place the past week or so. The snow
Is rather deep to make much of a
There has been the beet slelghlnsr
In these part this winter of Hny In
the past six years. The temperature
has averaifd about "2 for the past
six weeks or more.
A irood time wa reported nt the
lUI-kuh Installation held at Grib
I)1h"s hall recently.
Mr. Combs, the life Insurance man,
ha lxn dolnt: business In this
W. B. and J. ('. Davidson have
ts-eii flxltiK up a building for I'utnam
Kt-lley &. Har on the iMirnas place,
for a jjariK of Japs which they expect
to do i lot of clearing the coming
John Yautliler Is on his old place
nur Mount Hood hall, having had
to vacate tlx- Human place on ac
count of change In ownership.
Jesse I'avldson has one female col
lie pup three months old for sale
cheap If called for soon.
Claude Flke has gone for a trip to
the Willamette valley. hft-r which he
will return to his former I iwn home.
Mr. and Mrs. Clark went to Hood
Itlver Monday of I ant week. Mr.
Clark went on down to Portland,
Mrs. Clark remaining In Hood Hlver
during his absence.
C V. Miller's wife and children
have leeu suffering an attack of the
Itoy Large was In Hood Itlver re
cently and brought one of his aunts
out to visit her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. II. C. Kush.
J. C. and V. II. Davidson and Earl
Newman attended a recent meeting
of Tine Grove grange, reporting a
Mrs. L. A. E. Clarke to entertaining
Mrs. Covllle, a friend of old Kansas
J. P. Naumes made a business trip
to Portland for a few days last week.
Many are out of school with bad
Miss Broomhead spent Saturday
with her sister, Mrs. C. II. McCoy.
Mr. Post Is visiting at the home of
J. It. Crosby.
Fred Howard and Miss Pauline
Hagey were married In Portland last
A nutnler of residents of Odell are
having new phones put In.
The new store of Connaway Mer
cu tit lie Company Is slowly but surely
Some of the residents of Odell have
new phone iiumlters, the eight line
Ix-lug divided, making one half the
Ellen Shelley ha Is-en sick, causing
her absence from school the past
Mr. and Mrs. M. Zeller returned
from Portland Wednesday, where
they have Is-en for nearly a month.
Next Sunday evening Is llev. Spaul
illng's regular app lntment. Every
one may know that they will receive
a good message.
Norman Bradley, who ha been
living on Mrs. Kroeger'a "Mountain
Nook" place, will move this week
Into T. Olsen's house near Summit.
Advertising did itl
Mr. Batteu went to Portland on
business Thursday morning, return
Itev. Spauldiug gave an excellent
sermon Sunday morning, taking for
his text, ''Blessed are the pure lu
heart, for they shall see God."
Mrs. Powell and children, who
have been spending several days with
Mr. Mark's people, left Wednesday
for Montana to joiu Mr. Powell.
After an absence of several weeks
Mr. aud Mrs. Collier have returned
to their home.
J. (. Jarvis went to Portland
Monday and will go to Washougal,
Wash., before returning home.
The W. C. T. l;. will meet with
Mrs. Julia Hunt Friday afternoon of
this week. The subject uuiler discus
sion Is "The Patent Medicine Evil."
Mr, and Mrs. J. O. Mark received
Intelligence from Salem last week of
the advent of a little son born to Dr.
and Mrs. Sweetland. Mrs. Sweet
land Is the eldest daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Mark.
The Ladles' Aid held a very pleas
ant social session with Mrs. Ben
Lage Wednesday afternoon of last
week. A goodly number ot members
and visitors were In attendance. The
next meeting will le held with Mrs.
E. E. Lage next week Wednesday.
Mrs. J. N. Mosier came up from
Portland Friday evening to visit
with her husband.
Mrs. Dick Evans and daughter
Maude returned from The Dalles
Thursday where they went to visit
with Mrs. Evan's brother, George
Denton, whom she had not seen for
A. P. Bateham returned Friday
from a business trip to Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Maceyandson
drove over the mountain from Hood
Klver Tuesday to attend the Joint In
stallation of Odd Fellow and He
Miss Jennie Booth came down from
Celilo Saturday to attend the Waite
Clarence Dinsmore and wlfesent
several days this week with Clar
ence's mother out on their mountain
Tuesday evening a large crowd of
Oild Fellows, Kehckahs and Invited
guests gathered at Lamb's hall to
witness the joint Installation ot the
two lodges. Deputy Nora Hunter
Installed the oirieers of Manzineta
lodge, iH'puty McCleary of The Dalles
Real Estate Bulletin
$4.500.00 Fir acres one mil from town, all in
2-year -old Spits, and Newtown; 1 1-2 acres of
berries between trees; 8 room house and small
bam; 5 inches of water. Terms, one-half cash.
f 10,000,00-Ftftjr-five acres I miles from town;
partly cleared, nearly all good land; easy
terms. This is a good buy; please investigate.
tlO.OOO.OO-Twenty-threa acres 2 miles out; 12
acres of Bp it a. and Newtowns 2-year-olds,
8 acres of truck garden land, t acres un
cleared; small house and barn; 9 Inches of
water and free water; 12 acres of berries be
tween trees. Buyer can make the first pay
ments from ths returns of property. 2600down
1 12.000.00-Ten acres In the very best part of the
West ttuJe; 9 acres in trees 1 -year-olds; new,
modem ten room house; up-to-data outbuild
ings; everything first class. Terms, one-half
cash. This is one of the very best places in
the valley and should be seen before buying
INSURE BEFORE THE FIRE. We represent
standard compsntes only, surh as the PHKNIX,
LONDON and LANCASHIRE and many others.
G. Y. EDWARDS & CO.
Office next Mt. Hood Hotel
Installed the ollicers of Beacon lodge.
Following a supper was served to
which all did justice. The evening
was enjoyed by all present.
The base ball boys held a meeting
the tlrst of the week at V. J. Little
page's In (J rand View for the pur
pose of organizing and getting ready
for fine weather.
Misses l.eta, Ora and Georgia
Valte came up from Eugene Satur
day evening to be present at the
C. C. (Jove was a visitor over Sun
day In town.
Uev.Chaffee went to Cascade Locks
to All his regular appointment Suu
H. E. Waite and Mrs. Belle Booth
were united lu marriage by Kev.
Stark Sunday at high noon at the
residence of the bride, south of town.
They left for Portland on a late
train Sunday evening, where they
will make their future home. Both
parties are well known here and
left amid a shower of rice and good
wishes of a host of friends.
Can by I'ost No
Department of )
ost No. 10, 1
regon, (i. A. It.,
Jan. -2-2, 1910. )
The following resolution was this
day adopted by unanimous vote of
the Post and was ordered spread
upon the minutes of thl meeting, aud
Its publication requested in The Hood
Klver Glacer, and The Hood Klver
News, and a copy of the same pre
sented to Mrs. Adella Stranahan.
Whereas, The long, weary, but vic
torious march of another soldier Is
over, and we, with halting step,
broken ranks and saddened hearts,
resume the duties of our vanishing
army; therefore be It
Kesolved. That In the death of
Oscar L. Stranahan, whose name
stands first upon our roster as a
charter member of Canby Post, we
have lost a true and tried comrade,
whose record lathe Fifth Minnesota
Infantry ami the I'. S. Signal Corps
Is attested by wounds received In
action at the battles of luka and
Cbarin, and by his devotion to the
work of our order, as shown by his
continued service In all the otticlal
duties of the Post; that the city and
county of Hood Klver has lost an
eminent citizen and worthy builder
of Its progressive spirit, and that wc
can only bow our heads In deepest
sympathy for his tsreaved wld.w
and sorrowing children, whose only
comfort Is t tie Incense of pleasant
memories and the knowledge that lie
is In the care of the Great Com
mander, "Who doetb all things
well." "Taps" have lieen sounded;
another comrade has teen called to
take his place In the great review.
C. F. VV At.no,
Committee John A. Wilson,
T. J. Ccnnino,
You'd Like Running Water
throughout your house and grounds, would you not? And
not being in close proximity to the city water mains, you're
wondering how to get it? Well that's easy, lor a
will furnish at all times, an ample supply
of hot or cold water for your house, your
lawn and your stable if desired.
The Leader System is of untqvaUd effi
ciency and economy in operation, and
guaranteed to give complete satisfaction.
Ask your dealer to tell you all about the
Leader System or write to us for booklet.
"How I Solved the Water
HOOD RIYLK AGENCY
Apple Land & Orchard Co.
Office, No. 9 Oak Street. Phone 26 or 2002-X
We are Giving Great Bargains in
Cut Glass, Hand Painted China
Watches, Jewelry, Clocks, etc.
Sec Oar wiBdiw
SPECIAL SALE OF
We have a few Heaters left that wc do not
wish to carry until next year will Close Out
what we have left at WHOLESALE PRICES
Hardware, Vehicles and Implements