The Hood River news. (Hood River, Or.) 1909-current, March 09, 1910, Page 3, Image 3

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JVebu spring Goods
A goodly portion of our new spring goods that we bought early have arrived and the styles, patterns
and general appearance seem much more striking than any previous season. In fear of the fact that
everything in the Wool, Cotton, Linon, Silk and Leather lines nave been climbing skyward we have been fortunate in getting
together a nice lot of goods at prices that are eiceedinglr low and it will be wise to make your purchases early.
New Shoes
Styles run very much to.
pumps; then we have a nice
lot just received in Oxfords
and regular light shoes, as well
as pumps in patent, tan, black
suede, ooze calf and kid.
These shoes are from shoe
makers who have a reputation
for making good goods and
up-to-date styles.
Galitees, Cheviots
Galitees are going to be pop
ularit makes good, substan
tial garments for all the fami
ly and their standard quality
is especially emphasized.
Cheviots for Men's Shirts,
Ladies Shirt Waists and Ap
rons; waists and aprons for
the children there are no bet
ter goods.
We are offering Table Lin
ons, 72 inches wide in pure lin
on, patterns polka dot and
roses, poppy and clover leaf,
at $ 1.25 and $1.65. These are
exceptional values. Napkins
to match at $3.25 and. $3.50
per doz. Don't neglect this
sale un,til they are all gone.
Guaranteed. Our line of
Black Cat Hosiery is the best
values on the market and ev
ery pair is guaranteed to give
satisfaction or replaced with a
new pair and no questions
asked. This i3 pretty strong
argument, but the style, beau
ty and values are in them and
you take no risk in buying this
Black Cat
' Hosiery
New Embroideries
An exceptionally pretty lot
of embroidery edges, inser
tions, corset covers, flounces,
beedings and allovers in Swiss,
Nainsook and Muslin, and we
are making special prices on
these lines for a short time.
The variety is too large to give
range of priceTfrom 5c up.
We are offering special val
ues in men's work gloves; hog
skin gloves for ruff, hard ser
vice at 65c. Saranack buck,
soft work glove, for $1. Sev
eral styles gauntlet gloves for
$1.25 to $2.
American Beauty. Style,
ease and comfort are the first
requirements of a corset. The
American Beauty corset is
built to meet these require
ments and are guaranteed to
meet all demands. Get one
and if not satisfactory return
it. Prices from $1.25 to $3.50
Make Special Efforts to Sen Oar Patrons Well
iDd. Qlve tie Beit, tfaluis and Jeryc Posslnla
New Ginghams and Percales
We have a nice lot of ginghams for
dresses, pattern colorings are clear
and pretty. While this line lasts at 10c to 12l2c. Apron Ginghams 8c to
tOc. Imported French and silks 20c to 25c. Percales in blue and white, white ground with
polka dot and figures. Prices from 8c to 1 6c
Live Local Topics
T. J. t'rofton of Tlit' Italic, propri
etor f the 1 ' III ft 1 1 1 1 . llollMO, HK'llt
Friday lit-re.
Kliner Kami of I'ortliiud was here
Sumla.v vlHltlng f. leu.lH and relatives.
ChaiulxTlaltTiJ Stomach and Liver
! Tablet are safe, mire and reliable,
and have been pralned by thouwtnds
of women who have leen rentored to
health through their gentle aid and
curative properties. Sold by all
Leslie Butler, President
F. McKercher, Vice President
Truman Butler, Cashier
'Butler Banking Co.
Pionttr Banktrt of Hood Rivr Valliy
Deposits o-Oer a Half Million Vtollars
Interest Paid on Time Deposits
Safe Deposit Boxes
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All Eyes Envy the 1 ailor Dressed Man
uot Block Phone 342-L
Stranahan & Clark
ISjtrate of Soda
Oone Hea
Blood Heal
Syper Phosphate
Ready nixed Fertilizers, Kanlt, Land Plaster,
Ume, cement.
J. II. Gill Is erecting a new two
story residence with concrete base
ment, on the heights. The building
will le 2.1x75 feet,
(.'hamberlaiu's Stomach and Liver
Tablets Invariably bring relief to
women suffering from chronic consti
pation, headache, bllllousness, diaxl
ncse, sullowness of the sktn and d.vs
IH'psta. Sold by (Ul dealers.
It. D- Delaney of New Hertford,
Mass., Is an eastern man who was
here last week looking over the val
ley for a prospective home.
Medicine that aid nature are al
ways most successful, t'hamlier-
laln's Cough Remedy acts on this
plan. It loosens the cough, relieves
the lungs, opens the secretions and
aids nature In restoring the system
to a healthy condition. Sold by all
O. R. Hall, manager of the Ameri
can Type Foundry Company In irt-
land, and his brother, Dug Hall of
Walla Walla, were here Saturday on
their way to White Salmon to look
at their property there.
Fully nine out of every ten cases
of rheumatism I simply rheumatism
of the muscles due to cold or damp,
or chronic rheumatism, neither of
which require any Internal treat
ment. All that Is needed to afford
relief Is the free application of Cham
IxTlaln's Liniment. Give It a trial.
You are certain to be pleased with
thequlch relief which It affords. Sold
by all dealers.
W. K. Green, owner of a ranch on
the west side, returned to Hood
River from Calgary, Canada last
week. Mr. Green while the- Cal
gary district soured 2,J0 acres of
flue, wheat land and 'believes this
productive district presents many
opportunities to the
StutiJ.of Ohio, City of Toledo. I,u
cas county, ss. Frank J. Cheuev
makes oath that he Is senior partner
of the Hrm of F. J. Cheney & Co., do
lng business In the city of Toledo,
county and state ntoresald, and that
said .Arm will pay the sum of One
Hundred Dollars tor each and even
case of Catarrh that cannot be. cured
by the use of, Hull' Catarrh Cure.
Frank .j. Cheney. Sworu to Is-fore
me and miIimtIIkmI In my presence,
this Oth day of lecemler, .. l.
(Seal) A. W. Gleusou, Notary pub
lic. Hall's Cuturrh Cure U taken In
ternally and nets directly oil the
blood and niucou, aurface of the
system. Wend lor testimonials free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. U. Hold
by nil druggist's, 7,V, Take Hall s
Family nil lr constipation,
C. W. Reed, M. O Donnell, R. M.
Smith and J. G. HlalneofSt. Louis,
Mo., were here Saturday looking the
country over with a view to Invest
ing. Jesse Davidson was In town Sat
urday wearing the smile that wont
come off on account of the fact that
he made final proof on his fine home
stead In the Mount Hood district.
The Davidson place consists of lftO
acres one mile aud a half from the
Mount Hood post office and Is In Hue
for good money from somebody who
want fruit land. J. W. Dlmmlik
and T. H. Ijirwood attested to the
necessary residence and Improve
ment to cause Jesse to step Into the
J. P. Morgan and John D. Rockefel
ler class.
The Steamer TEAL
leaves Portland for The Dalles, Big
I ddy, and way points, Tuesdays,
Ihursdaysand Saturdays at 7 a. m.,
returning Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fridays, leaving the Dalles at 7 a. m.
Resumed service Feb. 1st, 1910.
Japanese Vovcltco
' utttne and Tokyo Diehea.
Bamboo Furniture.
U Stre Cwr (st Pkoni KQ
and Builder
Ferennal Attention Given All Work.
Phone SOT-K. Residence. T20 June Street.
Voluntarily coming to Portland to
appear In-fore tne federal grand Jury
William 11. Kcclea, manager for the
Oregon Luraler Company at Hood
River, and a director In the affairs of
the Sumpter Valley Railroad t'om-
puny, which maintains Its headquar
ters at Haker City, was In consulta
tion with Grant Gcddes at the Hotel
Oregon very soon after his arrival
Saturday, says the Oregonian.
"I have In the east for some
time, aud started home a soon as
nformatlon was sent that the United
States district attorney had lsgun
au Inquiry Into the methods by
which our compauy has acquired
tlmlter lands," said Mr. Eerie. "My
train was delayed somewhat by the
troubles with which the railroads
have recently been afflicted, but here
I am, and ready to go before the
grand jury at any time, and I will
tell all I know.
"I have had no opportunity to scan
the situation, but I wish the Oregon
Ian would make It plain that so far
a the Oregon Lumber Company,
David Eccles of Salt Lake City, Its
president, or myself are concerned
we have no fear of being charged
with conspiracy or having any diffi
culty in clearing our skirts of any
charge of that nature. The Sumpter
Valley Railroad Company, running
from Haker City to Austin and Dixie
cannot be charged with having ac
quired lands Illegally, because that
company own no land aside from
Its right of way.
'The Oregon Lumber Company has
purchased a large quantity of land
as it was offered by persons who had
located and secured title. I am not
aware that the company ever In
duced any 'dummy' to make an en
try In It behalf, or that It ever ad
vanced money by which the expense
of such entries should be paid under
any sort of a contract.
"It will also be made clear that the
Mormon church has never In any
manner assisted In colonizing timber
land In our interest. It Is not true
that Mormon from Utah or any
other state were brought Into Ore
gon for the purpose of taking up
timber land so that the Oregon Lum
ber Company might buy It. Perhaps
not more than one-eighth of the
lands we purchased were secured
from Mormons. Among the witnesses
who have been brought to Portland
not to exceed one-fourth of the total
number are members of the Mormon
"I have riot seen my brother, Da
vid Eccles, since he wa here attend
ing the convention of lumbermen a
few weeks ago, and I do not know
whether be intends to appear before
the grand Jury or not. I will remain
here until this thing Is over."
Freight will not be received lefore
8 a. in. nor after ." p. m. A. Wilson,
Agent Mount Hood Railway.
amo union Pacific
Effective Sunday, Jan. 16, trains
will arrive and depart at Hood River,
Oregon, on the following schedule:
No. . Fast Mail (no passengers) :0 A. at.
No. J. Soo-Spokane-Portland :46 "
No. 11. Portland Local T:4S "
No. i. Oregon A Washington Express 7:56 "
No. 1. Portland Local . 140 P. If .
No. 7. Portland Limited...... tM "
No. 2. Pendleton LocaL 102S A. U.
No. t. Chicago Limited 11.-6S "
No. 12. The Dallea Local :10 P. If.
No. 4. Soo-Spokane-Portland K "
No. 10. Fast Hail :10 "
No. C. Oregon Washing-ton Expressions "
No. 3. No. 5 and No 7 make no stops between
Hood Rirer and Portland.
No. 1 and No. 11 atop at all stations.
No. 4. No. 8 and No. 10 atop at The Dalles. Arl
ington, Umatilla. '
No. 6 stops at Hosier, The Dalles. Celilo. Dee
chutes. Burg's Rufus, Arlington, Coyote, Irrigon.
Umatilla. Hermieton. Stanfield. Echo.
No. 2 stops at all stations between Portland and
No. 12 stops at all stations between Portland
and The Dalles.
For further information inquire at the ticket
, J. H. FREDRICY, Agent.
Contractors in Stone, Brick and
Concrete Work
Hood River, Oregon
Contractors and Builders
Phone 286H Hood Rirer. Oregon
Contractor for Grading, Exca
vating and Teaming
Both Phones
Lane & L
Confectionery, Cigars
Fishing Tackli
Spauldlng's Sporting Goods
All Kinds of Soft Drinks
Oak St.. opposite Smith Block. Hood River. Ore.
your attention by
means of a mar
velously low price
is not our way of
When you buy
things in the drug
store line you
want them first
of all to be goodi
and reliable. Real
values are deter
mined by quali
ties, not by prices.
We give real val
The Drug Store
On the Corner
Copy for advertisements should be
in the office by Monday morning.
160 Acres Improved
Other Improved Tracts
Several 40 Acre Tracts
Smaller Tracts
Timber Tract
I This Property is All Listed
i Right and Soldat UstJPrices
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