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THE HOOD RIVER NEWS, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27, 1910
Athletic Goods and Swimming Trunks in
our Men's Knit Goods
THE PARIS FAIR
The Store That Saves You Money
Visit our Millinery Depaitment and you will
see where you can save money bybuylng
your summer hat here. The largest as
sortment in the city to choose from
1 Teprrithl 1900 by
7 Han Sctaaflner ft Mm
We are selling
lots of MEN'S
days and you will
want to come
along with the
crowd and select,
yours before the
stock is broken.
& Marx clothes
are the best made.
You can get a fit that
is perfect and the work
manship and finish is
the best that can be
had. Ihese are guar
anteed all wool or all
wool and silk. No mer
cerized or cotton used.
$16.50, $18, $20,
$22 and $25
Other makes for
$6, $8, $10, $12
Ladies' long silk Gloves, all colors and sizes,
good values at regular prices. Now is a good
time to buy. $1.15 silk gloves $ .60
1.25 silk gloves.. 70
1.35 and $1.40 silk gloves 80
2.00 silk gloves 1.00
Ladies' Cotton, Lisle and Silk Gloves, a com
plete line in all colors for 10c, 15c, 20c, 25c and up.
Ladies' Knit Underwear, all grades and sizes,
separate garments and union suits, an unequaled
showing of the most standard goods of the coun-.
try's best mills.
Ladies' vests with wide lace on yoke and arm
holes, mercerized and silk taped, each 7c, 10c, 15c,
20c, 25c and up.
Ladies' Swiss ribbed, lisle finished, lace
trimmed union suits, a splendid assortment to
choose from. For the suit 25c, 45c, 50c, 75c and up.
Commencing Saturday, April 30th, and con
tinuing one week, we are going to give you your
choice of a lot of Celluloid Dressing Combs, nice
fancy handles, well finished teeth, regular 50c val
ues; your choice 25c.
Oxfords and Slippers
See our line of Men's, Ladies' and Children's
Oxfords and Slippers. All widths, all sizes, all
When you want a Dress Shirt that is perfec
tion in every way and positively will not fade un
der any circumstances, buy a Manhattan.
Straw Hats for men, women and children, all
styles and shapes, for 5c, 10c, 15c, 20c and up to a
genuine Panama for $3.75, $5 and $5.50.
Dfiat is cur business and our specialty
Prescribing medicines is the doctor's business
aud specialty. We work together, each special
izing in his own line, and you get the greatest
benefit in the end by first going to a doctor,
having him diagnose your trouble, prescribing
for you, and then coming here and getting what
the doctor ordered.
Have your medicines properly prepared, and
especially for yourself, and you will have much
less medicine to take in the end.
GHAS. N. CLARKE
Slow Moving Groceries
are unknown here. We
never have any old stock to
clog up our shelves. There's
a reason of course. It is
that we handl only the kind
of groceries you want more
of after trying. Another
reason is that our prices are
reasonable for such good
groceries, as you will discov
er with your first order.
Big Hne of
all sizes Just in
The Star Grocery
Wigs i far
PLRIG0 & SON
Kutane and Tokyo Dishes.
Oik Street, Oriir bt Phgm 160
A. J. Hnynes Is (Killing a eoujile of
room to liia house.
The I'nderwood Telephone Com
pany Installed eight new phones thin
Stipt. Kussol of the S. V. & S. was
In Under woof thin week on a tour of
ieruld Keels.' and Home friends
from Portland Sundayed nt theKear
Miss Mollle Stlckney I sendlng
the week end with her brother nt the
K. C Hamilton report the mile of
several mow lots In his addition to
the townslte of Underwood.
A party of Madison, Is., jwople
spent a couple of days with W. F
Cash this week looking over the
Dr. W. S. Manners lost a lot of
cord wood this week by fire and a
day or so later lost a horse that was
killed ly falling over the bluff.
W. II. Hlne of Hot Springs. S. D
spent a few days with his brother,
W. JJ. Klne, and may Income a res!
dent of our little community In the
The passenger business at Under
wood has Increased wonderfully In
the lust weeks, and the "North
Bunk" people will soon Is? forced to
Increase their facilities for handling
Karl Cummins and V. J. Detwlller
arrived here with their families Fri
day and will make their homes with
the Hloux City Colony where they
each own land. Some other mem
Ists of the colony stopped off In Spo
kane and w ill come on later.
The Underwood livery barn now
has nine good horses and as good
rigs as money can buy, aud Is pre
pared to handle any klud of livery
or teaming business that may offer.
I-. J. Stuart, the owner, expects to
make a specialty of caring for team,
etc., so that people from up the val
ley can now go to Hood Klver or
Portland and have their horses taken
good care of while here. This Is
something that we have needed for
a long time anil will have the effect
of largely Increasing the travel from
Amos Hoot and son Ixslle
made a trip to The Dalles Friday.
Herman Peeves returned Friday
from a business visit In Portlaud.
C. O. Nlchoi made a flying trip to
Hood Klver Tuesday to look after
Mrs. K. M. Koss returned Saturday
from several days' visit with friends
C. .1. Llttlepage has purchased the
Vnl M linger place and will pipe the
water from It to Grand View.
Mr. aud .Mrs. Wm. Marnh returned
Saturdaj evening from a severul
days' business trip to Portland.
Mrs. (ieorge Young and daughter
left Tuesday for White Salmon to
visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Odell.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Carpenter have
moved Into a tent house for the sum
mer and have selected a nice shady
spot In the new addition to Mosler.
K. K. Fredrick Is home on a short
visit with hU family. He was met
at The Dalles Saturday by his wife
and two sons. His arm Is much Im
Much real estate has been change
lag hands this week, one of the larg
est sales reported being the George
Selllnger place recently purchased by
C. A. McCorger. It Is reported to
have sold for $."n,iMH) to some eastern
Dr. and Mrs. KoIiIuhou entertained
a large uumlter of friends Saturday
evening, It being the doctor's birth
day Anniversary. Slips of paper were
passed with familiar quotation and
after the picking of partners tablet
were placed for a progressive game,
letters cut from a paper were placed
face down and as each picked up a
letter he had to give the name of
some food beginning with that letter
aud to correspond with his table,
whether fish or vegetable, etc. Fred
Evans won the first prize while John
Koss won the second. A dainty
lunch wns served after which Mr.
Iflllott and Mrs. J. Koss gave sev
eral musical seht'tlons, when all de
parted declaring they hoped to help
the doctor celebrate his next anni
Koy lirock Is home from Portland
for n few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Hill were visitors In
Portland the early part of the week.
Mrs. Joseph lllnkle Is visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Sproat.
Miss Gertrude Johnson Is with her
brother Carl, expecting to spend sev
The ladies' aid will meet with Mrs.
Mabel I .age In business session Fri
Mrs. Newman visited friends In
Portland last week, returning Sun
Mrs. Amanda Sears and Mrs. Koy
Lirock and son visited friends In Hut
Ifutler, Wash , last week.
The V. C. T. I' spent a delightful
afternoon last Friday, with Mrs.
Martin Kami and Mrs. Harvey Kand
O. P. Hoff, state labor commis
sioner, visited nt the home of Mr.
anil Mrs. D. II. Thorn last week.
Kobert Waugh and J. L. Davis
were elected delegates to the state
Sunday school convention which will
be held in Portlaud this week.
Mothers' day will lie observed the
second Sunday In May at the M. K.
church. Kev. Spaulding will give au
address appropriate for the occasion.
Miss Mary Hunt graduated from
the St. Helena Sanitarium, California
April 11th, and will speud two
months In San Francisco In active
w ork .
Alfred Allen had some of his friends
out for a ride in his new auto Sun
day. Pert Thompson of IH-e Is visiting
his father, J. F. Thompson, and
Mr. and Mrs. George Patterson
were callers In Hood Klver and Mo
sier the first of the week.
Mr. Dixon and family left the tlrst
of the week nfter an extended visit
with Mrs. Dixon's parents, Mr. nnd
Tressle Hardman, Alyuua Candee
and Jesse H u tson wou special hon
ors In Contest 11 In the World's
Chronicle, which was open to gram
The Valley Crest school closed
April 15th, after a term of eight
months. Ruth Hutson and Alyuna
Candee were neither absent nor tardy
during the year and Jesse Hutson
wus not absent.
I JJI11U 'A-;
this store is with
its splendid array
of all that is fresh
est and best in
It will do your
heart good just to
come and see it.
There is a class
about our mer
chandise that ap
peals to people
who know. There
is a n asonable
ness in pricing
that justsuits the
people who must
CARL A. PLATH
W. O. ALDRED
Contractor for Grading, Exca
vating and Teaming
JOHN Q. ZOLLS & SONS
Contractors in Stone, Brick and
Hood River, Oregon
Will sell at cost my entire
stock of shoes till all is sold.
Rubber Heels a specialty.
OppoaiU Pustofflc Mood Rlrar. Onwon
A News reporter who avers he saw
Galley's comet nt 4 :-!." a. in. says It
lighted the eastern sky much the
same as the sun and that the star
Itself was as bright as a Hood Klver
electric arc light.
ABSTRACTS, LOANS, CONVEYANCING,
SURETY BONDS, FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENT,
PLATE GLASS, LIABILITY, BURGLARY
.ILL WOlih' GUAIUXTEKD
Waucoma Abstract & Investment Co. (Inc.)
First Door South of Hood River News Office
H. L HOWE, U. S. Commissioner. Land Office Practice
The 7iert 'Bar gain
Hood River Mosier District
160 acres of which 20 acres are in apple trees
ranging from three to nine years old all standard
varieties, 20 acres partly cleared, 80 fenced. 130
acres of this is first class apple land. This whole
tract can be bought this month for $15,000. Reas
It's a BARGAIN
J. H. HEILBRONNER, Owner
HOOD RIVER, ORLCION
R. field & Co.
Real Estate, Loans & Insurance
White Salmon, Wash.
No. 281. 30 acres, one mile from town, 20 acres
cleared; 15 acres in one year old orchard, 10 acres of
splendid variety of apples; 5 acres of walnuts, with
peach fillers; 1J acres of strawberries in full bearing;
3J acres of best garden land. This place has a fine
creek of water which can be used for irrigation. Price
$12,500. Half cash, balance to suit pnrchaser.
No. 283. 10 acres, 1 miles from town; about 3
acres cleared; small house; a creek running across the
place which never goes dry; a few fruit trees set out
and some strawberries. Price $1600, $600 cash, $1000
in one year. This is the greatest snap around White
Salmon at the present time. It is $1000 below the
market price and ought to be snapped up at once.
No. 286. 80 acres in the Camas prairie district; 6
acres cleared and in timothy. Price $15000. A great
No. 287. 80 acres, nine miles out, unimproved,
but in good apple belt. 50 acres tillable land; 30 acres
rough, but good for pasture. Price $2500. This is a
good buy. Terms given.