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THE HOOD RIVER NEWS. WEDNESDAY, MAY 4, 1910
Nemo Corsets for slender as well as stout
figures. There is none better. Try them if jou want the best.
THE PARIS PAIR
The Store That Saves You Money
We have just received and now have trimmed
and ready for you, some of the newest crea
tions in the MILLINERY line. We can save you money in this line.
One of the largest and best assortments ever
displayed in the city; all new styles in greys,
browns, olive, smoke, blues, etc. Boys' 2-piece
$2.50, $3.50, $4, $5 and up to $8.50
You will probably
find yourself in
many a situation
where the cut, fit
and quality of
your clothes make ! Bring the boys in and see how reasonable you can
a big difference to i hi them out.
you. Hart, wanner &
Man Clothes will meet
ment at such a
time. H. S. & M.
C o p r r I r h 1001 br
Mart Schaflner & Man
Men's Kahki Pants
fitted with belt, two front, two hip and a watch
pocket, side takeup straps, well made in every
way. The pair $1.00
Court cloth pants for men, good shape, well
$16.50, $18, $20, made' belt of same material to match. The pair.. 90c
and $25 Men's Corduroy Pants
Other makes for f. Good soft frduroy and the best of value for
S7Rfl R Sill : themonev- The pair $1.50
c,i ?' ' '. Corduroy Pants with open welt seams, cuff
$12 and Up. ; bottoms, belt straps, peg top pants, pants that are
made to stand the wear. The pair $2.50
Better grade of corduroy for $2.75 and $3.00
Dress Pants and Knock-abouts
Men's Dress Pants and Knock-about pants
for... 1.50, 2.00, 2.50, 3.00, 3.50, 4.00 and $5.00
all colors, new cuts and patterns; a very large as
sortment, all sizes.
See our Dress Goods Department for your new
gown. Our stock is complete in all the newest
weaves and colorings and we were never better
prepared than now to attend to your wants. Lin
ens, Lawns, Batiste, Voiles, Poplins, Panamas,
Henriettas, Serges, Taffetas; Mohairs, Sicilians,
Ginghams and Calicos
Apron Ginghams, for 4c, 5c, 6c, 7c, 8c, and
Calico, best grade standard prints. The yard.. 5c
I A - mm tm H H ill
Says the Itflerry (Moth
lll flannels looK.atiKe to me
I lox)e you all, but
Oh, You Moth Flakes
10c per TacKage
GHAS. N. CLARKE
Hood River :: :: Oregon
Mrs. I). Robinson returned Friday
from a buntnewt trip to The Dalle.
MIhh Grace Du wall and father left
Friday for ro;Uaud an 1 other points
to vIhU relative.
The Mary CoUne looks luucii lin-
You Get Real
Try the celebrated Barring
ton Hall Steel Cut Coffee
and you'll know how good
coffee can be. Rich, fragrant
and refreshing a cup of it
in the morning will start you
out ready for the day's work.
We are sole agents for this
splendid coffee and want all
who like good coffee to try it.
The Star Grocery
cool Tbiiqs it ir
PLEICO & SON
proved with three new porches and
a new coat of paint.
Mr. and Mrs. Fhner Stroup came
up from Portland Saturday to vUlt
friends and attend the dance.
V. A. Husband was laid up for
srveral days with In grippe, but was
able to go to work the first of the
Miss Foster, a slHter of Mrs. II. .
Klblx-e, arrived Thursday from the
east and will spend about six months
At a meeting of the school board,
held last Tuesday afternoon, the
same teachers were hired to teach for
the next school year.
t Air. W. I. Stiirgins went, to I'ort
l.ind to attend the Sunday School
convention which was held on the
U7tli to 2!) in the White Temple.
I'ev. Adams, of Hood Itiver,
preached In the Christian Church
Sunday morning and evening. Hev.
Adams is a very able speaker and
those that did not attend missed
two good sermons.
Jim Stnrglss has opened up a real
estate ofJice in the back of the bulle
tin office. Jim was born and raised
In Mosler so It will be safe to say he
cau tell tiie strangers all about Us
good iialltles as well as know every
inch of land within its boundaries.
The Odd Fellows' !(1 annaversary
was celebrated with a sermon held
Tuesday evening In the Christian
Church. It was largely attended and
all enjoyed I!ev. (Jllmore's discourse.
At the close of the meeting the ladles
of the Christian Church served Ice
cream and enke. Something over
fl was taken In.
Mrs. Koy Cahoon and son visited
at the home of F. It. Absten Sunday.
Mrs. M. K. Noble nnd daughter
Kmma Sundayed with the family of
F. U. Absten.
Miss Hattle Young, of Victor, Ore.,
is helping Mrs. Dlckiusou with the
work at the boarding house.
Mrs. J. t,. McKittrlck, of Portland,
returned Wednesday after a ten days
stay with her sister Mrs. J. W. Dick
inson. Miss Hessle Wheeler uud Mattie
Jensen, of Hood Klver, visited with
Hattle Young Sunday afternoon, re
turning home on the evening local.
Heport comes from A. J. Snider
who is at present at Lyle, Wash,
that ho Is steadily Improving and
hopes to be home again In a week or
two. Mr. Snider was at the hot
springs at Carson, Wash, for four
weeks with lutlamatory rheumatism
and he received great help from the
Mrs. C. E. Copple entertained a
party of little folks at her home Sat
urday afternoon In honor of her niece
Miss Lavelle Taylor, of Portland, It
being that youug ladies eighth birth
day. The best part to the little folks
was when they were called In aud
gathered around the l)eautlfully de
corn ted table and served with Ice
cream, cake, sandwiches and oranges-
They all felt that Miss Lavelle
should have a birthday at least once
Tots Entertain Parents
The children of Miss Stickuey's
kindergarten entertained their par
ents at a May Day party last Friday
morning between nine and eleven
o'clock. The little people gave a
May Pole Dance and illustrated sev
eral periods of their dally program
with songs, rhythms ami games. At
eleven o'clock the parents were re
quested, by the children, to leave,
after which the little ones prepared
their May ISnskets for the mothers'
surprise. Following are the names
of the children Lelonging to t he kind
ergarten: Marion Butler. Evelyn
Cram, Jack Cram, Virginia Dutro,
Rosalie Edwards, Louise Jenkins,
Maurice Klnsej'i Alice Morian, Avis
Nelson, Helen Osborne, Sletton nnd
Prudence Spite and Tessle Newby.
V. (J. Ideaud family were Sunday
guests of (i. Y. Edwards and family.
"A CHEERFUL LIAR"
Given by a
PLAYS TWO HOURS
Children under 6 years Free
Pine Grove Grange Hall
8:20 l M.
Blue and Gold Dramatic Club
That Ketituckinns have a very high
regard for their native state is Illus
trated by this anecdote told by one of
Once a Keutuckian died, so a near
relative went to the local tombstone
artist to arrange about an Inscription
on the deceased's tombstone.
After due cogitation the near rela
"Carve on it, Tie's gone to a better
"I'll enrve, 'He's gone to heaven,' If
you want me to," remarked the tomb
stone artist, "but, as for that other In
scription, there's uo better place than
Couldn't Ruin Their Eyet.
Sir Henry Holland, the noted Eng
lish physician, had his studies Inter
rupted by a youth who wanted advice.
The young man, with considerable
swagger, said he proposed locating In
some town as nn oculist. A city in
which a large numlr of students
were located was preferred. "There,"
he continued, "I would have unlimited
opportunities of treating the eyes' of
Dr. IL"iluii(l was reluctant to have a
cniunmult.v's eyes eml.-i tigered because
of ids Indorsement of a doubtful prac
titioner. He thought u few moments
and then advised the ambitious oculist
to locate in a small town near Liver
pool, stating that a largo school was
The young man thanked the doctor.
In a few days he reached the suggest
ed field f"r his exiH'riineiits. The
large buildings In the distance indicat
ed a nuigulflcent school and splendid
He Investigated nnd collapsed. The
school was one for the hopelessly
E. L. Scober, of Portland who
will open dental offices In the apart
ments formerly occupied by Arnold
A Kupp, arrived here Tuesday with
Mrs. SeoUt and Is having the rooms
Rom, Shrub and Vine in food aMortment for
fall planting-. Paonie 1 and 4-year old. S5e to
11.00 each. Hordy Fheox. Bell Flowara, Cuapan
you. Oriental Ptppie. ready now. A full line of
pot plant at Franx'. Phone for cut flower.
A young lady entered a grocer's shop
in London and asked for some good
cheese. The gnx-or showed her an
assortment wlilch illj not please her.
She wanted some particularly "lively"
cheese. He then showed her the re
mainder of his stock, amounting to
some half dozen samples. No, she
wanted It still more "lively." At last
the grocer, losing nil patience, sac
castloHlly called to his assistant:
"John, unchain No. 7 and let It walk
The nicest Snap
of the Season
160 acres of fine fruit land,
only $45 per acre, six miles
southeast of Hood Itiver.
Ilijfht in the apple belt. Six
acres cleared and a cabin 14
by 16; balance 2 1-2 minion
feet of timber. Running
water through the place. For
further information write
the owner, J. E. O'Donnel,
54 N. 16th St., Portland, Or:
RING THE BELLE
Cl' yur near with one of our Solitaire Engagement
Rings. That will hold her if anything will
and when she knows you have bought
the Jewelry here, she'll respect
your good judgment as much as she
will admire your good taste.
HOOD RIVER'S JEWELER
Opposite Butler Bank
In Brosius Block
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I beautiful country homo you
Iiitidm of lha kind of comfort. anioMnft
nnd procporilr that an abundance of nurn watar.
cold or not actually help to produco.
u d Irrd. to kitchen, bath
mom, lauDdnr.mil k room,
tabic or tren to most
remote corners of the
place Tor water In barn or
raroen, of for watering
torn in tne pasture.
We make It to luit jrour needs.
Ad abundant water tup
ply la the one thinf Indis
pensable. It makes coun
try life, even pioneering.
pleasure, luxury a
successful business, If yon
please. The Leader Water
uppty System does sll s ctty system can do It will sveo supply ft
town. For most modest homes, for msnsions, large
farms, public Institutions or municipalities, th Lender
System Is most simple, complete, satisfactory.
Most SimpU And Complete
ft takes wster from whatever source Is aTsllabts
spring, well, stream or lake) close at hand or at ft dis
tance brings thft water into s steel tank st the same
forcing the water yrniwr uppiy aiorsa
is tntfrtittng hook,"HoiB t Sofwd f A Watmt Supply Problem,
mu wKai 'vtdid lor 4 ma. Just unit fur U,nyuay. J QLA r.
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No Attic Tank
Tht lank If utullr loc.lrd In tha baientiit, ohm mwhln.ry
belonn. Or lh pump may b. In lh buem.nt and tha lank
mar b burled la tht , round M further pratactto. ag.ltut f mat.
Flrt protection b) alao on. of tha rtron, points of tha Leader
Brtttawbto lnt.illd In public fautltutkmf or munlclpalltlea.
Whjr W Can Guarant.a
The complHe ipparatut U aud right la our on Immense
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JiilrrntmK t,"H I SolotJ tht Wat; Supply Problmm."
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ADDRESS OR ENQUIRE AT
Apple Land and Orchard Company
Of floe, No, 9 Oak Street, Phone 26 oi 2002K, Hood River, Oregon