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THE HOOD RIVER NEWS, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15, 1910
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Men's and Boys' Suits
Most of them winter weights, but good values all
:: the year round, about 160 Suits in the lot ::
$20 Suits now . . $10 00 , $7 50 Boys' Suits now . $3 75
18 44 . 9 00 6 50 44 44 . 3 25
15 44 . 7 50 5 00 44 44 44 . 2 50
12 44 44 . . 6 00 4 00 44 44 44 . 2 00
10 44 44 . 5 00 3 00 44 44 . 1 50
Vacation Goods Here I Choice Lot of Men's
Hountain Shoes, Skirts, Suits; everything to
make the outing complete. Everything is reliabla.
STRAW HATS, values up to $3.00, your
choice now $1.00. See window west.
FRANK A. CHAM
M ODE RJM
Iarn to say EL KAYO.
Mrs. Hoge accompanied by a lady
friend was here for the week end.
Albert Lathrop returned Thursday
from Portland after a several days'
visit In the Metropolis.
C. L. Ireland of the Sherman Coun
ty Observer made a brief visit here
Friday on his way home from the
Bishop Paddock of the eastern
Oregon diocese of the Episcopal
church passed through here Friday
on his way to the Interior of the
Mr. and Mrs. Souneman were in
town Saturday to meet Mr. Sonne
man's mother and their little daugh
ter who accompanied her here from
Mrs. J. I'. .shaw and a party of
lady friends from Oregon City were
guests at the W. J. Haker home
Monday. They came up from Port
land and returned on the Oatzert.
O. P. Sehlosser who has been here
since last fall has accepted the posi
tion of secretary of the Roseberg
Commercial Club and left Monday
with his family fur that city. Mr.
Schlosser has had considerable expe
rience In this work having leen sec
retary of the Commercial Club at
Jreen Klver before coming to Hood
Yucco Tree Protectors at White
heads. Money to loan. Apply to Geo. I.
Culbertson & Co.
Postals, 7."c a dozen at the new
studio on the Heights.
Hazelwood double Jersv butter
milk received every day nt Ross,
Klcbard Ac Company's.
... . t.umumiH, m. v., eye, ear,
nose and throat diseases exclusively.
Office hours !:. a. in. to 4 p. m.
Phone 4 lies. Vil'-L.
Buy two good lots for a little money.
Payments on your own terms.
Phone I68K, or address E. H. Hart
wijr, Hood River, Oregon.
Pine, oak and fir Pi Inch wood for
sale, delivered to any part of city.
Phone MH-L or leave order for wood
at Star Grocery. J. E. Hanna.
The Apple Growers' t'ulon has on
hand a carload of Rex Lime and Sul
phur Solution, and more on the way.
They will almj sell Black Leaf and
Arsenate of Ix-ad. Your orders solicited.
Madame Carroll after a ten days'
visit returned to Portlaud Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. It. II. Wallace went
to Portlaud Satnrday to join their
daughter Mrs. Koenenian.
J. ('. Clinton of Milwaukee, Wis.,
was here Monday for a short visit
with P. S. Davidson whom he for
merly knew In Wisconsin.
H. Swanson and Frank E. Ieems
were In the White Salmon country
Saturday to look at a ranch bought
by one of Mr. Swanson's friends In
Klnsey & Klnnaird have had hand
some gilt signs placed on the wind
ows of their store on the Heights
and also provided It with a new
Mr. and Mrs.Frauk Emerson of The
Dalles were guests at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Homewood last
week. Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Emerson
of Vancouver, Wash., also visited the
Mrs. Ii. I. Orr returned Friday
from Portland where her daughter
Miss Helen Orr has been seriously 111
in one 01 me nospitais, out is now
much better. Miss Fay Orr, who Is
with her sister will return Friday.
ine -ewarK fstar says that ar
rangements are being made by the
Jersey City Club for a farewell dinner
In honor of William II. Starrett, the
oldest member of the organization.
who leaves shortly for Hood Iiiver,
Ore. He Is a member of the firm of
Ollphant & Co., New York. It will
be remembered that Mr. Starrett,
who Is a friend of WIIHh Van Horn,
bought an orchard In the east side
district two years ago and spent
two months here last summer. It Is
his expectation tw make his home
Coarse ground and rock salt at
Cabinets, $2.50 per dozen at the
new studio on the Heights.
Sewing of all kinds done by Miss
Elsie Dennle, 1107 Eugene street,
Geo. D. CulljertHon & Co. write all
kinds of insurance. Fire, life, acci
dent, plate glass and bonds.
Hazelwood sw(t cream and Ice
cream can be obtained In quantities
from now on at Boss & Richard's.
I or Sale Deslralw building lots
on Cascade avenue; also money to
loan on first mortgages. A. W.
Miss Ix'lla Gilchrist of Hamilton,
Ohio, Is the guest of Dr. and Mrs.
Attorney A. A. Jayne Is In Port-
i laud this week on a professional
errand. He will retnrn Friday.
Mrs. 11 ad ley who has been making
her home here for some time moved
to The Dalles recently where Mr.
Hadley has his headquarters.
The new sewer on Cascade avenue
Is beiug laid, the workmen having
reached a point near the residence of
C. P. Boss. 11. I), (iould has the con
tract. Mrs. E. O. Hall Is visiting at Ciat
skanie where Mr. Hall's daughter
Theona has Iteen staying sometime
with relatives. They will return
Shelley & Shelley have moved their
real estate otlice from the Young
building on Third street to the
building next to the Mt. Hood Hotel
formerly occupied by G. Y. Edwards
& Co. which has been refitted.
Shelley & Shelley Monday sold
twenty acres of unimproved land lu
the Odell district belonging to L. E.
Taft to E. C. Mahaney. The price
paid waa :J."00. Mr. Mahaney will
Improve It as soon as possible.
J. J. Bead of Portland, for several
years clerk at the Perkins hotel but
now' engaged In the real estate busl
uess, accompanied by Mrs. Bead, are
spending a day or two at Hood
Klver. Mr. Bead has a brother here.
P. S. Davidson has a new White
gas car which he received last week,
of an entirely new model. Both
seats are enclosed, a door on the left
opening from the front seat. The
car Is a handsome one fitted with all
the latent Improvements.
The name of Marshallbrook farm
has been changed to Maxweltoa
orchard. Maxwell Mears, son of S.
G. Mears who Is Interested In the
orchard Is here getting In touch with
Hood Klver methods. Mr. Mears'
father has a large orchard at Med
ford. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Avery are at
Forest Grove this week, where they
are attending the graduating exer
cises Isdng held at Pacific I'nlverslty.
The occasion is the graduation of
their daughter, Miss Florence Avery,
who has been a student at the uni
versity for four years.
lhos. :vicL.augiiiin, memoer oi a
large Philadelphia wholesale house,
was entertained here Sunday by H.
Nwanson. Mr. AicKaugmin was
taken for a drive over the valley and
was much Impressed with the coun
try. He may decide to buy here.
JVetv S?orK "Bond
Cent Cigars Pirroro
Sre 'ood UldlO
...At ALL DEALERS..,
Campbell & G
Portland :: ?:
G. W. Carrier, expert piano tuner;
resident of valley. Phone iMO-K
For Sale Brand new visible type
writer, f !.". Try it a week. A. W.
son, Mount Hood depot.
Bex Brand Stock and Poultry
Food. Best lu the world. The kind
that brings results. Whitehead's.
There may fe no difference let ween
our price and the price of others, but
there will Im a difference In quality.
The Boss & Richards Company
will serve Hazelwood special Ice
cream isunaay at trie same price as
Have buyers for some Improved
and unimproved fruit farms. Call
and list your place with Geo. D. Cnl-is-rtson
ChamlsTlaln's Stomach and Liver
Tablets will brace up the nerves,
banish sick headache, prevent de
spondency and Invigorate the whole
system. Sold by all dealers.
.1. H. Nunnamaker, accompanied
by his son, left Friday for a visit at
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Eccles and
family sailed for Europe from New
York June 9th. They will be absen
Mrs. Bobt. Cochrane a resident of
Hamilton, Ohio, Is visiting Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. Skinner at their country
home In the Oak Grove district.
Kev. i m. Hays, M. C. A. has sue
ceeiied Kev. frank Npaululng as
pastor of the Pine Grove church
He arrived here last week to take
Or. Wilbur MacKenzie, of Spokane,
arrived here Friday with his family
ami Is camping on his place on the
east side. They will spend the sum
Mr. aud Mrs. J. Slade of Chicago
arc visiting at the home of J. E.
Slade their son at Husum. Mr. Slade
accompanied by his daughter-in-law
aud grand-dauirhter Betty were
visitors here last week.
Dr. T. B. Ford will preach next
Sunday morning aud evening In the
Asbury M. E. church. Special sub
jeects. Come aud hear the sermons
and see the plan and picture of the
proposed new auditorium, Mr. Bart
lett. architect. It will be an orua
ment to Hood Klver.
Mr. Joseph H.Hunt of Hood River
and Miss Ix-na E. Meyer of Portland
were married In Portland last week
Dr. T. B. Ford officiating. They will
make their home In Hood River
where they are well and favorably
known, and their many friends ex
tend cordial greeting.
H. Swanson of Omaha, who last
year bought twenty acres In the Van
Horn butte nelghbornood. has pur
chased five acres across the road
from It for a home place and will
build a modern country house on the
part facing the river. The property
was bought from J. L. Hershner.
Miss Mae Davidson, who lost a
strintr of irold beads on the street
last week displayed considerable de
tectlve ability in reclaiming them
Being Informed that a woman who
had red on her hat had been seen
with them she went to the depot
where a woman with considerable
hat trimming of thlscolor was found
and Interrogated and the beads re.
George Ertle has bought the Model
Bakery Including the building and
asks for a continuance of the patron
age bestowed on his pedecrssors.
Mr. Ertle secured the building from
T. H. Williams who now lives at
Eugene. The bakery business was
bought from Duffy & Zimmerman.
Under Mr. Ertle's management the
bakery Is offering for sale a superior
class of things eatable In the bakery
line and expects to serve patrons
with the Is'st.
If your horse Is run down and out
of condition and you want to get
him In shape to do good strong
work buy a pall of Bex Stock Food
It will do the Job. Whitehead's.
I have a client who wauts to bor
row f3(M for two years. Will pay 8
per cent and secure note with first
mortgage on Improved real estate
valued at flSOO. Phone WlN-M. H.W.
Stark, Eliot Bldg.
Chnmlierlaln's Cough Bemedy Is
sold on a guarantee that If you are
not satisfied after using two-thirds
of a bottle uccordlng to directions,
your money will Iss refunded. It Is
up to you to try. Hold by all deal
We have no
Sale on but we have some real bargains in
Between $1000 and $2000 will
handle any of these snaps
10 ACRES near ichool. tore and railway (Ulion. on main roail. rooH soil, rood drainage.
All act to two rear old Newtowna and SpiUenberiri. excellent condition. Bantam at $.1.6(10.
10 ACRES heavy red ahot nil. 8 1-2 mile, aouthwnt of Hood Rivar on main county road.
Partially cleared. New house and barn. Trice $.1.0110.
12 1-2 ACRES commercial orchard. Eaat Side, preaent owner will guarantee $5,wo for p.
crop thia year and take full care of same. Fric 118,000.
20 ACRES beat red ahot soil, all set to one year old trees. H75 per acre.
35 ACRE ranch, large commercial orchard, modern building-s, etc.
10 ACRES red shot soil, all under the ditch, near railway, achool and atore, I2.0HO.
20 ACRES, 12 1-2 slashed and burned, red shot soil, close in. 1175 per acre.
20 ACRES high and sightly. In beet orchard district, practically cleared, $.150 per acre.
40 ACRES, light clearing-, good orchard land. Bargain at t'M per acre.
Easy Terms on all the Above Properties
Invest a small amount of money, buy now. and
in a few years be numbered among the wealthy
Devlin & f irebaugb
THE LEADING DEALERS
Swetland Building Hotel Oregon nuildinrr
PORTLAND, OREGON HOOD RIVER. OREGON