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THE HOOD RIVER NEWS, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1910
THE PARIS FAIR
Hood River's Largest and Best Store
Nemo--Self Reducing Corset. No corset but
the Nemo gives the slightest support to the
abdomen. We carry a complete line.
See our New Spring Line Of Hats
For Men and Boys
New Spring Wash Goods
Now is a good time to select
what you want in the line of goods
for your spring sewing. You have
the time and we have one of the
nicest assortments of ginghams
and wash materials. Ginghams
from 5c. 7c, qc, ioc, and up, per
Ladies' Tailored Suits
We have a few money saving
specials in our Suit Department
reduced as low as
Men's and Boy's Suits
We would like you to look
at our line of Hart-Schafl'ner
& Marx Suits if you want
something you will be satis
fied with: They give satis
faction every time and when
you have once tried one suit
you will want another. We
are offering some very attrac
tive specials in some of these
and you might as well be the
$20. Suits for $13-oo
$22 Suits for $15.25
Other makes reduced as low
as, the suit,
S5, S6, $8, and $10
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We have a fine
line of new Ox
ford Shoes ar.d
Slippers, all new
spring stock, all
sizes tiiiu wiuuis PRICE
and suitable for any occasion. We have everything you
can ask for in this line, for men, women boys and girls,
or the babies. We have the low heel Oxfords for misses
that run up to 5 and 5 1-2. You do not have to take a
Viirrri rinnl t'nr tlm rrirlc -fnr
we cm fit thpm with the low V
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Just let us show you that
We can please you
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On the Hands of the
People of Hood River
A SCIENTIFIC TOILET PKEPARTION
WITHOUT AN EQUAL
BEST FOR CHAPPED HANDS
Price 25 Cents
GHAS. ?J. CLARKE
If you have Home larnl to Hell lint
It with A. T. Allen.
Mr. Suttou and Avon returned
from (irexbatn. Ore., Satunlny.
Mr. Twelve enme Tliiirwlny to
coiniuence work on hln mm-h.
MIhh Altle Thompson returned
Tuesday after a vlnit with relatives
at Dee and I'lne (jrove.
Joseph 1 4. (iroff returned from
Slilphard Sjirlns Friday, where he
pun-based a new team.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Veyj;andt and son
Mark have come up from Portland
to move the (goods from their ranch
which was recently sold.
A. T. Allen of Hood Klver, who
came up.Motiduy, returned Tuesday
and as a result of his coming sold
his IW-acre ranch to Messrs. Winter
and Twelves of I'tah; the -'' acres
adjoining It on the south, formerly
owned hy (. I). Wood worth, and
the acre ranch of Lou Weygandt's
to Mr. Tols-y of Mexico. This makes
VS ares that have Is-en sold at
Valley ( rest hy Mr. Allen within the
last three mouths.
Mr. Thompson went to lee Satur.
day to Meet Mr. and Mrs. Tols-y,
w hom we welcome lut neltghhors.
The house formerly occupied hy A. I
T. Allen was burned to the ground
Saturday morning. The tire Is sup
posed to have started in the chimney
and before help could arrive every
thing was burned.
ilev. Spaulding occupied the pulpit
Sunday morning and evening.
Mrs. J. (). Mark and her sister,
Mrs. Swanson, returned home from
Salt tn .Sunday evening.
The W. C. T. will meet with
Mrs. Mabel I.age Friday afternoon
of this week.
The farcc"The Old District School"
will be given at the grange hall Tues
day eveDlng, Feb. 22 by the Ladles'
Aid of Pine (irove aided by a number
of others who know what they nre
doing as they have had personal ex
periences In the old district schools.
This play Is not the old "District
Skule" of .VJ years ago with which
nearly everyone Is familiar, but a
new version by a new author, which
was first presented to the public
three yearn ago. It Is full of roaring
fun from U'glnnlng to end. If you
have never attended an old district
school It Mill pay you to come ami
see how Professor Kzeklel Simpkliis
with his many pupils conducts one
and what effect the visiting "Skule"
committee has. All those taking
part In the play are rei nested to Is
present, at the hall for rehearsal
Thursday evening of this week.
Sunset 1 jand Agency
(ASHMKHi; : : WASHINGTON
Send for Pricelist of Lands in the Wenatchee Valley, Wn.
juite a number of farmers took
advantage of the nice weather last
week and were out with t heir prun
ing knives and sa tvs shaping up their
apple trees for the next crop, of
which there Is prospect of a large
T. . Wiley had the misfortune to
be kicked on the arm by one of his
horses last week and Is carrying his
unit iti a sling.
The tools for the blacksmith shop
arrived and were installed last week
with Mr. Stantleld, au expert black
smith from California, at the anvil.
Kumors are afloat of a hotel and a
barber shop to be built In the near
future. If this lively pace is to Ik
kept up we will soon have a metrop
olis in this part of the valley with
It. A. Cunning founder.
The nest feature is a masquerade
dance to be given on Valentine day,
Feb. 14. All cordially Invited.
The Ladies' Aid Is planning to give
an entertainment and supper on the
lMh, ami a good time is promised.
Don't forget the date.
The temperance lecture given at
the hall Wednesday night was well
attended. The lecture, including pic
tures, w us very good.
Fred Taylor installed au up to
date ram for Mr. Anderson last week
which was set to work at once. Mr.
Anderson says he enjoys having
drinking water in the house.
Dr. Jay tie made several trips to
the New by saw mill last week.
Joe Hengst, also Mr. Dlctx, lost a
valuable horse last week.
Kdward llollcnberry whs engaged
last week hauling furniture to the
Fred Carries and Louis Pregge cut
wood last week, ( has Fisher tilled
Louis' place at the Oak (irove store.
Our little community is known by
three different names. First It was
known as ('rapper district, later Oak
Crove appeared, and our grange Is
known as Mountain View. Three
names to one thriving district Is do
ing it an Injustice as strangers natur
ally imagine It to Is- three different
places. We suggest that we consoli
date. Think It over and put It before
A. A. Jayne ha money to lend at
6 per cent on good security.
Miss L. Ailisoii, representing
Madame Harriet Labadie, a dramatic
reader of wldeund illstlnulslied repu
tation, was here last week arranging
for tlie appearance of Madame Laba
die, under the auspices of the Hood
lliver High School. Miss Allen Is no
less distinguished than the lady she
Is representing, as she is the gill who
single-handed whipped I'ncle Sam in
a legal battle In the I'uited States
Supreme Court by getting (l decision
that restored several thousand acres
of land to the Choctaw and Cherokee
nations iu Oknlnhoma.
Madame Labadie, who has been
appearing in all of the large cities of
the F.ast, and gave a number of read
ings In Washington, l, ('., under the
patronage of Mrs. Win. II. Tuft, the
Cabinet ladies and wives of other
dignitaries. Is said to be one of the
mo4t finished readers that has been
heard In a number of years, hikI her
appearance here U awaited with In
Mn. Zora Klnser.
Mrs. Zora Klnser, sister of O. M
DeWItt, died at the home of the latter
Sunday. February , aged :'.:( years.
Mrs Klnser was born In Kliarpsville,
Ind., and came here with her husband
Funeral services were held at St.
Mark's Fpiscopal Church Tuesday
afternoon, conducted by Itev. Mr.
Warren, rector of the church at The
Dalles. Interment was in Idlewild
A special election for the voting of
bonds has Ixvn called by the direc
tor of the Hood Kiver Irrigation
District, to be held February 2i. It
is proposed to issue bonds In a sum
not to evee.1 $70,000. This district
has not iu the past suflicient water
and with the funds It Is proposed to
raise the ditches and flumes will lie
completed to tap the North and
South (ireeupoint creeks which, ac
cording to engineers' report will
give (hem an ample supply. It Is es
timated that the contemplated Im
provements anil extension will cost
Alfalfa; carlot quantities; a fancy
graded product Ulalock Fruit Co.,
Walla Walla, Wasl.
You'd Like Running Water
throughout your house and grounds, would you not? And
not being in close proximity to the city water mnins, you're
wondering bow to get it? Well that's easy, hi a
will furnish at all times, an ample suppl
of hot or cold water for your house, your
lawn and your stable If desired.
The Leader System is of uncqualedeffi'
ciency and economy in operation, and
guaranteed to give complete satisfaction.
Ask your dealer to tell j-ou all about the
Leader System or write to us lor booklet,
How I Solved the Water
HOOD RIVER AOIiNCY
Apple Land & Orchard Co.
Office, No. 9 Ook Street. Phone 26 or 2002-X
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we have with the
public is due en
tirely to the char
values of our'
drugs and toilet i
We do not harp
on low prices.
very lowest grade
articles are the
dearest you can
vVJi & distinctly h i h-
uicinn niuic ami
you'll find our
prices as right as
CARL A. PLATH
1h Drug Stort on the Corner
3fte fascination of
has always exercised a most potent influence over beauty
loving people. If you would indulge your tastes and de
light your eye for what is beautiful and elegant, you
should take a look through our new stock of
Diamond and Pearl Jewelry
HOOD RIVER'S JEWELER
Opposite Butler Bank OPEN EVENINGS
In Brosius Block
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BLOWERS BROS.' HARDWARE
This is the season for Pruning
and Spraying. We have a
complete line of
PRUNING SHEARS, SPRAY PUMPS
and GARDEN TOOLS
Phone 99 First and Oak Streets