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THE HOOD RIVER NEWS, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1910
Ladies' one and two piece house dresses, made
good and full, of A. F. C. gingham in plain and
striped patterns. Your choice only - $2.00
THE PARIS FAIR
Hood River's Largest and Best Store
a small shipment of new BOOKS that will
interest you. Call and look them over.
New Spring Oxfords
We have just unpacked our first shipment
of New Spring Oxfords, all the new lasts and
nobby styles that will be the
Proper Thing lor 1910
We have them for Men, Women Boys and
Girls, and the Babies, in kid, patent, Russian
calf, gun metals and suadis. All widths and
awiTi . i 1 Km
If you cannot
find what you
want in our im-
YVHITE IIOISE LOW CITS
shoes, you will
certainly be hard
to please. We
have twice the
stock of any two stores in the county for you
to choose from.
Rugs and Art Squares
Do you know that we can save you
good money on your Rug, whether it
be on Ingrain Brussels or a genuine
Wilton Velvet; all sizes from a small
mat 18x 20 inches for 45c up to a
genuine Wilton Velvet, one piece,
0x12 for... $35.00
Ladies Tailored Suits, some we
want to close out, worth from $8 to
$15. Why, the Skirt alone is worth
the price. Your choice, the Suit
Ladies' Short Coats, values up to
$6.00. Splendid big values, choice
This week we are going to give the men a
chance to save some of their hard earned
cash. On Saturday we will sell Men's Work
Shirts, made of twilled shirting, good full cut,
in solid colors and in stripes. Shirts that are
worth 50c each anywhere. Not ' more than
two shirts to the customer, and on "3 C
Saturday only, your choice
We have a few Men's Suits of good pat
terns and serviceable goods on our Bargain
Table that it will pay you to look at.
$20.00 Suits at $14.50
$ 9.50 Suits at $ 7.00
Etc. Some good knock-about Suits at
$5 and $6 Special
On the Hands of
People of Hood River
Clarke's Benzo Cream
A SCIENTIFIC TOILET PKEPARTION
WITHOUT AN EQUAL
BEST FOR CHAPPED HANDS
Price 25 Cents
CHAS. N. CLARKE
Margaret Klnwr lt-ft hcIioo! luwt
Franc-en Touey of I'ortlaml ban
iNt-n Hw'inllnr t lie int week at the
borne of lier mother, Mr. Sarah
Wallace Young exH-ct to return
from eantern Oregon In a few dayH
with several npan of Iiothch.
Mr. I'ltue anil family, who have
leen camping near Udell, have gone
Kathcrine Kemp han Ix-en away
vlniting for a few day.
The C'hrintian Kmleavor meeting
at the home of T. W. AtkiiiHou lat
VelneH(lay evening wan thoroughly
enjvel ly all who were present.
V ALLEY CREST
Will Moody wan a IiiinInwn e-iller j
In The Idtllf the pant week.
Mr. Harvey han returned to hln
ranch after several weeks' ahuenee.
J. F. ThompHiiii made a hiiMineHH
trip to Mood I'tlverlast wii'k.
The Mi hool enjoyed a visit from
Supt. V.. '., Smith of Hood lllver
MIhh Allie 'l'homps.m went to llee
Friday f.r a week's visit with relatives.
A. T. Allen, Mr. Twelves and Mr.
and Mr. Winter and son of Salt
Lake Cit.v, who were In thin vicinity
several days last week, returned to
Hood lliver Friday.
15. F. Westfall had a tin rrow escape
from death one day last week, while
working about the planer at thesaw
mill. His clothing was caught in
the pulley on the counter shaft, that
wan revolving at luM) revolutions per
minute, and he was drawn Into the
machinery in such a way that he
was enabled to get hold of the planer
tied and bold on until his clothing
gave way. In the meantime a belt
had come loose and nearly pounded
lilin to a Jelly. While there were no
bones broken, It will be some time
liefore he will be able to get around
W. F. Cash was In Portland a
couple of days this week.
H. It. Adams, who has been with
his uncle In the I'nderwood store for
nearly a year, lias moved back to
Cascade Lis'ks where his father Is In
The Shepard tract of V2 acres was
sold to F. I. Morrison of Yankton,
N.I). The sale was made by W, !
Win. Olien, fruit Inspector for
Klickitat Co., was In town Satur
(ieo. K. IVBryon of Stevenson was
In Underwood on business Tuesday.
County Engineer I.lnn was also up
The big dolphin at the mouth of
the White Salmon, consisting of sev
en big piles, was shaved off smooth
and clean by the Ice Sunday morn
ing, just as if It had been made of so
many straws. The Sliunious came
up from the Locks and picked up the
boom sticks and towed them back to
W. U. nine and E. It. Cobb are
wearing u smile that won't come off
these days, for they have at last got
ten rid of the Hood Uiver carpenter
outfit that have leen going through
the motions of building theiuahouse
during the past few months.
We understand that the Cortland
Kailwny, Light iSc Iowt Co., have
disposed of t heir laud on the Little
White Salmon to eastern partlesand
that It will be cut up and placed on
tliu market. This will be a tine tlifng
for the country as a whole, for there
Is some very Hue laud, much of It
suitable for fruit In the tract.
Born January 24th, to Mr. and
Mrs. W. I'. Carr, a son.
Miss irace Hodge returned to her
home In Hood Itlver Monday ufter
visiting several days witli Miss Ag
Mrs. Wtn. N. Akers left Wednesday
to visit relatives in Hood Itlver for a
C. L. McKenna came up from Port
land Wednesday on business.
A gang of men have been busy
lately lathing and making other
needed repairs In the Baptist church,
the plasterer Is expected the first of
the week. i. It. Wood has the con
tract for the Inside painting and
when all Is completed will Is- a big
Miss Agnes Evans died at the hunie
of her parents In irand View district
Sunday morning after a lingering
illness. She was taken toCorhett,
Ore., for burial.
A goodly number of Modern Wood
men and friends spent two days this
week helping their brother ami
neighbor E, J. Bailey put up a new
house for his mother, who had the
misfortune to lose her home by (ire
the first of January. The boys all
worked with a will, and the family
expect to move In next week.
Friday evening the new comet was
finite plainly seen by all those for.
tunate enough to l? gazing went
ward. N. I. Sturglss' new building Is nil
completed and he Is moving his fam
ily In this week.
Sunset Land j&gency
CASHMKRi; : WASHING ION
Send for Pricelist of Lands in the Wenatchee Valley, Wn.
Real Estate Bulletin
$ 4,wn,00, 40 acrM uncleared, mmtly brunh lan,
rluce to Willow Flat. Kaaily cleared. Term,
tl0.ono.no. 80 acrea uncleared brunh land. Thin
laya well and ia eaily cleared,
M.000.00. 40 arrea 7 mi I en out on the rt niile.
110,000.00. 40 acren. eloae to church, achool, more
and Ry., 6 and 1-2 mi led out. One-half of thu
ia cleared and ready for tree. All ood land.
Fine building aite.
I6.fi00.no. 20 acren, 4 acre in 3 yaar old orchard,
flint flaaa, balance all nneet of apple land. 1
Fine alope. No atone.
INSURE BEFORE THF. FIRE. We ret.re.ent
atandnrd companiea only, fliirh aa the I'HF.NIX,
LONDON nd LANCASHIRE and many othera.
G. Y. EDWARDS & CO.
Office next Mt. Hood Motel j
Kobt. Hardwick left during the
week for a visit to his old home in
Now that the snow has somewhat
disappeared the real estate men are
getting busy and several large sales
have been reported during the week.
J. T. Davenport Is erecting a tem
porary barn on his lots at the edge
of town. The hard wind storm of
Thursday night blew his first frame
work down, but nothing daunted
he went to work making matters
The Ladies' Aid will hold their reg
ular meeting at the home of Mrs. E.
E. Lage Wednesday afternoon of
Mrs. J. (). Mark Is visiting her
daughter In Salem this. week.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Mohr went to
Portland last week In response to a
call from their son Alphonse, who
was 111 for n. short time tint has fully
C. E. Sproat returned from the
east Thursday evening.
Mr. Eaton, who purchased the
Burnett Duncan property t wo yenrs
ago, has recently sold for a good
King Benton and family have re
turned to their home after an ab
sence of several weeks.
Mrs. C. If. Sproat, who has been
spending a few weeks In Portland
and vicinity, returned home the lat
ter part of the week.
The W. C. T. U. held their regular
meeting at the home of Mrs. J. A.
Hunt Friday afternoon with a good
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Kerr have sold
their proM-rty and It is expect ei I they
will give possession In a few weeks.
Johnson & Company intend soon
to build on the lot recently purchased
from the parsonage property.
A number of the neighbors gath
ered nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. E.
E. Lage Saturday evening to hear
the reading of the play entitled "The
Old District School of Forty Years
Ago," which Is scheduled to take
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place at the grange hall February l".',
under the auspices of the Ladles' Aid
society. (ia inert were Indulged In
ami refreshments served.
Mr. E. L. Smith will lead the live
o'clock Vesper service at the I'nitar
Ian church next Sunday, on the sub
ject, ''Charles Darwin and theTlieoiy
of Evolution." This is a peoples'
service to which all are cordially Invited.
You'd Like Running Water
throughout your house and grounds, would vcu net? And
not Jbeing in close proximity to the city water ma'.is, you're
wonaenng now 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 uncqualedefli'
ciency and economy in operation, and
guaranteed to give complete satisfaction.
Ask your dealer to tcl! ;-ou all about the
Leader System or write to us for booklet,
How I Solved the Water
1 lit- I
HOOD MVliK AOKNCV
Apple Land & Orchard Co,
Office, No. 9 Oak Street. I'hone 26 or 200-X
Every deal little Dan Cupid
makes requires a ring to
consummate the contract.
An Engagement Ring first, of course,
and after that the more important Wed
Our Rings are Neat, Rich and of Sterling Quality
HOOD RIVER'S JEWELER
Opposite Butler Bank
In Brosius Block
SPECIAL SALE OF
VVc have a few Heaters left that we do not
wish to carry until next year will Close Out
what we have left at WIIOLIiSALK PRICES
hardware, Vehicles and Implements