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About The Hood River news. (Hood River, Or.) 1909-current | View Entire Issue (June 15, 1910)
THE HOOD RIVER NEWS, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15, 1910
We Make a Specialty of
and Remodeling Everything in the
Clothing Line for Ladies and Gentlemen
including Hats, Caps, Gloves, etc.
GRAY'S TAILOR SHOI?
Eliot Block Phone 342-L Hood River
STRANAHAN & RATHBUN
Livery, Feed and Draying
Horses Bought, Sold or Exchanged. Pleasure
parties can secure first class rigs. Special at
tention given to moving furniture and pi
anos. Everything done that horses can do
with a 3 room house, chicken and wood
sheds, peach, plum and cherry trees, rasp
berry and blackberry vines, etc., 2 lots
45x100 each the whole for....
the Low Price of.. $850 cash
MAKE A DECIDED BARGAIN
IMPROVED AND UNIMPROVED LOTS ON THE HILL
. BUY NOW
and take advantage of the tig increase in values
the L-P Land Co.
12 Smith Block
Hood River, Ore.
Apple and Pear Boxes
EXCURSION RATES TO THE EAST
During 1910, from All Points on
The Oregon Railroad & Navigation Company
Kansas City.. CO. 00
St. Joseph ...
St. Paul via Council Bluffs 63.90
Minneapolis direct 60.00
Minneapolis via Council Bluffs... 63.90
Duluth direct 66.90
Duluth via Council Bluffs 67.50
St. Louis 67.50
Tickets will be on sale May 3 and 9; June 2, 17 and 24
July 5 and 22; August 3; September 8.
Ten days provided for the going trip.
Stopovers within limits in either direc
tion. Final return limit three months
from date of sale, but not later than
October 31st. One way through Cali
fornia $15 additional.
Inquire of any O. R. & N. Agent for more complete in
formation, or Win. McMurray, Gen. Pass. Agt., Portland, Ore.
AUTO PRIZE AWARDED
CAPT. MAN'S CAR
Capt. C. B. McCan, with the asslst-
ant-e of Mm bit; machine, the Hood
River Commercial Club and several
local automoblllsts, succeeded In get
ting honors nt the rone festival by
being awarded third place In the
automobile parade Wednesday.
Several other curs were taken to
I'ortland, Including those of Chas.
Hull. Islle Uutler and O. Y. Ed
wards. It was decided by their
owners. In conjunction with Mr. Me-
Can, to concentrate their efforts on
one car, the captain's being selected
With the assistance of Secretary
Skinner and the rest of the Hood
lllver delegation the big Lozler was
decorated with thousands of roses,
the Dame "Hood IUver," being made
from these beautiful flowers on each
side of the car. During the parade a
little girl suitably dressed for the oc
caslon threw apples to the crowds of
spectators that lined the streets
The car was driven by Capt. McCan
accompanied by bis wife, and created
a sensation along the route of the
procession. The Hood IUver car
competed with 4H) others and the
fact that It secured a prize is consld
ered quite a feather In the cap of
local automobile men and Its owner
The Oregonlan In speaking of the
parade gives the McCan car special
mention as follows:
Captain McCan, of Hood River,
had one of the prettiest cars In the
parade and the Judges took cognlz
ance of the fact by awarding him
third prize la Class D, clubs and or
ganlzatlons. Capt. McCan followed
a unique style of decorative archl
tecture In building up bis exhibit,
and It drew forth round after round
of applause as It went forward In
The prize i a handsome silver cup,
Mr. U. II. Hill Is entertaining rela
tives from the east.
I he young men are plannnlng a
Sunday school picnic.
Little Margaret Massee has the
prevailing malady measles.
Mrs. Frank Massee enjoyed the
rose festival In Portland last week
The Prlscllla Club hold their regu-
lur meeting with Mrs. Hagen this
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hellbronner
were callers at the Booth orchard
Mr. Itedflcld has the foundation
completed and lumber on the ground
for bis new fruit house.
We all regret the near departure of
Mrs, Foor, who goes to take posses
sion of her new home on the west
Kerry picking and thinning Is
about over and residents of the Flat
are looking forward to a breathing
A. L. Hunter was compelled to
give up his work on the well drill on
account of 111 health. Ills place Is
filled by John Hale.
There have been several narrow
escapes from accidents, caused by
automobiles rounding the short
curves on many of the roads without
giving warning of their approach.
Cannot more care be taken, especially
at these danger spots?
At the celebration of children's day
the Sunday school rendered the fol
Song of welcome, school.
Prayer, Rev. T. W. Atkinson.
Ski Psalm, school.
Song, "Sing for Joy," school.
Recitation, "A Child's (Jlft," Esther
Concert recitation," What we (Jive"
Hecltntlon, "Children's Day," Per
Song, "Our Children's Day," Sun
Itecitatlon, "Little Children" Edith
Recitation, "The Stranger," IsnU-li
Concert recitation, "A Ciarlnnd of
Hoses," three girls.
Song, "Our Day," Junior class.
Hecltntlon, "The Baby's Hose,"
Concert recitation, "So Can Little
Children," four boys.
Recitation, "Influence of Children's
Ten Minute Address, T. W. Atkin
son. Closing song, school.
The school house was lavishly dec
orated, flowers In'Ing banked In
every available spnce, while sweet
voiced canaries helped make the nlr
full of music. Much credit Is due the
Sunday school for so successful a
J. E. lllgley was a business visitor
at The Dalles Friday.
Dr. Holllster made n professional
trip to Mosler last Thursday.
Ed Reeves left Sunday for Port
land to Ik absent some time.
V. It. Chown and wife of Portland
pent Sunday with their son, W. E.
Chown, and wife.
Quite a number from Hood River
attended the dance Nuturday night.
Miss Ethel Taylor of The Dalles
visited for a few days with her aunt,
The cherry crop has leen about all
harvested, the crop living not so
heavy as usual.
H. (I. Klhhee and family returned
from Portland the last of the week
after visiting relatives and attending
the rose festival.
Rev. Reason of Portland preached
both morning ami evening at the
Baptist church Sunday.
Geo. Young has moved his family
to town and they are living In a tent
In the west end of town.
The dance at Stroups hall Satur
day evening was well attended and
all had an enjoyable time.
Mr. Oss and family moved to Port
land Friday after having spent the
winter on his ranch south of town.
Mr. Arthur returned home Satur
day, bringing his mother with htm
to spend a few days.
C. J. Phillips returned from Port
land Sunday morning after visiting
with his daughters and attending
the rose carnival.
Mrs. Amos Root returned Friday
from The Dalles, where she had spent
the week visiting friends and to be
with her son Ieslle who was oper
ated upon at The Dalles hospital.
He was able to return home with
her and Is fust Improving.
and get the benefit ofSEVENTEEN YEARS SUCCESSFUL EXPE
RIENCE in handling this delicate fruit. Our careful attention and
experience shows in the promptness and amount of the returns.
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and Finishes for
Every Home Use
This is the time to freshen up the home by doing
the odd jobs of painting you have been planning. For
the buggy, the furniture, for the floors and woodwork,
for every paint purpose, we have the right Finish.
PAINTS, ENAMELS, STAINS and VARNISHES
are each and every one scientifically prepared for specific
uses. Remember if it's a surface to be painted, enameled,
stained, varnished or finished in any way, there's an
Acme Quality Kind to fit the purpose. We can
tell you what to use, how much to use and
the cost. Ask us.
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Phone 14. Hood River, Oregon