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THE HOOD RIVER NEWS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 31, 1910
Are pouring into this reliable establishment, from every quarter of the Dry Goods Markets, in the shape of
New Fall Merchandise of Every Description. The Newest, the Best, that's what we regard above
ever)' other consideration, and with our constantly 'growing business, our buying capacity is far greater than
ever before and our Cloaks, Suits, Skirts, Waists, Etc., must appeal to every lady of refinement.
New Fall Dress Materials-New Furnishings-New Men's and Boys' Fall Suits
New Fall Shoes
Ladies' and Men's
'RANK A. CRAM
On Sale Here
Live Local Copice
David Eecles, of Ogden. was here
last week looking after his interest
In the valley.
Miss Anna Vannett has returned
from a stay of several months' dura
tion in St. Paul, Minn.
E. W. Sherman, a prominent rail
roau man or orth Dakota, was
here for a day last week as the guest
ol It. W. Pratt.
E. O. Hall is one of the latest to
acquire an automobile, having pur
chased a Maxwell from the Tip-Top
Motor Car Company.
O. V. Peters, of Thurston, Ohio,
father of Mrs. P. L. Beals of the up
per valley, left for his home Thurs
day, after a mouth's stay at the
Mrs. V. W. Hardlnger parsed
through here Saturday, accompanied
by her daughter, on her return from
a several mouths' trip In the east.
.She will join Mr. Hardlnger in Port
laud. K. H. Graves, connected with the
Oregonlan, is here working up busi
ness for the annual New Year num
ler of that paper. The Oregonlan
will this year celebrate its 50th annl
versary, and the Issue will be more
elaborate than usual. It will con
tain articles and photographs of the
Hood River country, and also pic
tures of a number of the business
Yucco Tree Protectors at White
heads. Money to loan. Apply to Geo. I),
t'ulberteon & Co.
Koss & Richards are now prepared
to fix your pipes as good ns new.
Bring In your pipes
For Sale Brand new visible type
writer, $". Try It a week. A. Wil
son, Mount Hood depot.
Some fine sightly residence lots, in
nice location, for sale very cheap for
next 30 days. Phone 142. Geo. D.
Culbertson & Co.
The Hoffman Mercantile Co., a new
firm that has opened a dry goods
store In the Bart mens building, an
nounces Its opening and advertises
Wanted -An experienced orchard
Ist to take charge of young arid
Itearlng orchard In White Salmon
valley. Address J. C. Machines, White
In buying a cough medicine, don't
lie afraid to get ( hamberlalu's Cough
Beniedy. There is no danger from
It and relief Is sure to follow. Es
pecially recommended for coughs,
colds am whooping cough. Sold by
If you have property in or near
Hood klver that you want to sell or
trade, and will take as part payment
5 acres of fruit land in Merced county,
California, irrigation water goes with
land, giva description of your place
and address "S," care News office,
Hood River, Oregon.
Be sure and take a bottle of Chain
berl&ln' Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Ilemedy with you when start
ing on your trip this summer. It
cannot Ihj obtained on board the
trains or steamers. ( hanges of,
water or climate often cause sudden
attacks of diarrhoea, and It Is ls-st
to be prepared. Sold by all dealers." i
Miss Margaret Whealdon, of The
Dalles, was the guest of Miss Ieila
Hershner last week.
Mrs. S. A. Freeman after a stay of
several days In Portland, returned
home Saturday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. James S. Cruse, of
Indianapolis, Intl., are guests at the
home of Mrs. W. B. Allen.
Mrs. David Currier, of Washington-
ton, D. C arrived here Friday for a
visit with her son, who bought a
place here last year.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Sletton and
Mr. ami Mrs. C. H. Sproat went to
Portlantl Thursday to be In attend
ance at the funeral of J. (Jleason, to
whom they were related.
Capt. McCann has put a new auto
noru on ills oig Cozier that causes
pedestrians ami drivers to take no
tice. When lie turus It loose it sounds
like something was tearing loose In
After returning from a trip through
eastern Oregon, Eeltny Armstrong
took the train for Salt Lake City,
where he will remain for an Indefi
nite time In the hope of recuperating
from a severe attack of rheumatism.
Prof. A. B. Cordley was here
Thursday looking the orchards over
with a critical eye. Mr. Cordley Is
still interested in lime and sulphur
spray as a fungicide, and Is gather
ing data In connection with his ex
periments. That a big circus still attracts the
mature as well as the small boy was
evidenced last week when half a hun
dred or more of Hood Biver's resi
dents went to Portlantl to attend
the Burnt in and Bailey shows, which
exhibited in the Rose CItv for two
Miss Florence Avery, who gradu
ated from Pacllic University at For
est Grove this spring, left Thursday,
accompanied by her mother, for a
short stay In Portlantl. It In under
stood that Miss Avery will take a
special course at the State l.'nlverwlty
at Eugene this winter.
The machine shop which has been
occupied for some time by E. E.
Foust, is being torn down to make
way for a new two-story brick gar
age which will be erected at once.
The new structure will 150x100 feet,
anil will be equipped with every
thing that Is modern In this line.
been visiting at the
at Vancouver, Wash.
C. F. Sumner Is building a nice
home on the Heights.
Miss Aldiue Bartmess, who has
, returned home
Mrs. Geo. H. Eynu, who has been
spending several weeks with rela
tives In St. Johns, returned to Hood
Whitman College has just Issued a
very attractive catalogue. In ad
vance of the school year, which It Is
mailing the prss.
Mr. anil Mrs. J. S. Peirounet aud
daughter of Chicago arrived here
Saturday and are visiting at the
home of their sou In the Upper Val
ley. Rev. T. 1 1. Eliot, who came up Sat
urday and held services In the Uni
tarian church was greeted by a large
congregation. Mr. Eliot returned to
Portland Monday evening.
To show their appreciation of Miss
Rothrock, the graduates of last
year's High School class met at the
home of Miss Eva Brock Thursday
evening and gave her a linen shower.
Mrs. Stewart, sister of Miss Flora
Hartley, whose home Is In Indiana,
and who has been visiting here for
some time, left Monthly for Portland
aecompauled by Mrs. Hartley on lit
Prof. J. W. Crites and Mrs. ( rites
arrived Wednesday evening from
Washington, D. C. Mr. Crites Is get
ting in touch with his work as out
the faculty of the High Sjhool tlur
lng the coming term.
J. E. Slade and f ither of lltlsum
were here Monday on a business
visit. Mr. Slade has lust sold an
other piece of his undeveloped acre
age. He reports the apple crop on
the other sitle coming along nicely
The first meeting of the Musical
club for t lie coming season will lie
held this week at the resilience of
V. C. Brock Thursday afternoon at
2:-'WI. Members please take notice.
All musicians are Invited to attend
Mr. anil Mrs. J. H. Osborne ami
family, Mrs. M. M. Hill ant daugh
ter. Ruth, and Mrs. W. A. Schnffner
will leave'on Sept 1st, via the Cana
dlan I'aclliie, for an extended trl
east. The Osbornes will visit it
their oltl home in Sioux City, Iowa
Mrs. Hill at Waterloo, Iowa, nut)
Mrs. Schaffnerat Fort Dodge, Iowa,
anil Cleveland, Ohio. Miss Blanche
Phillips, Mrs. Osborne's sister, who
Ium been touring Europe this sum
hut, will meet the Osbornes at Sioux
1 lie party will return to Hood
Kent tSc Garrabarnt have opened
a shooting gallery uext to their
place on Oak street.
V. X, Pantle, a graduate of the O.
A. C , was here Friday looking for a
position as orchardist.
A B. Billings of the Upper Valley
has a twelve-year-old Gravenstein
tree that this year yielded '' packed
boxes of fruit.
An infant child born to Mr. anil
Mrs. R. E. Johnson died Saturday,
August ll'th, and was burled Sunday
lu Idlewilde cemetery.
R. A. Furrow and Miss Flora Fur
row, who will make their home at
Hood River, arrived here Saturday
from Tripoli, Iowa. Mr. Furrow Is
one of the brothers who recently
bought the Vance place.
A. A. Schenck, one of the valley's
pioneer property holders anil an en
thusiast in regard to its future, ar
rived here last week from Omaha
antl joined Mrs, Schenck and his
daughter, who have been here most
of the summer.
River In October,
Coarse ground and rock salt at
The Hood River Apple Vinegar Co.
Is now ready to receive apples. Bring
them to us.
Hazel wood sweet cream and Ice
cream can he obtained In quantities
from now on at Ross & Richard's.
Geo. D. Culls-rtson & Co. write all
kinds of insurance. Fire, life, acci
dent, plate glass ant bonds.
If your horse Is run down ami out
of condition ami you want to get
hi in In shape to do good strong
work buy a pall of Rex Stock Foot!
It will do the job. Whitehead's.
If your liver Is sluggish and out of
tone, ami you feel dull, bilious antl
constipated, take a dose of Cham-Is-rlalu's
Stomach anil Elver Tablets
tonight ls-fore retiring antl you vVlil
feel all right In the morning. Sold
by all dealers.
A full line of poultry supplies at
Rex Brand Stock ami Poultry
Food. Best In tin; world. The kind
that brings results. Whitehead's.
Christian Science services are held
In Reading Room, No. 6, Davidson
building, Sunday at 11 a. m. and
Wednesday at H p. m.
For Sale or Exchange Eight room
house, desirable location, three lots
with property ami small barn. Will
sell or exchange for valley lirojierty.
Enquire of Mrs. Flora Hartley,
When the digestion Is all right, the
action of the bowels regular, there Is
a natural craving ami relish for food.
When this Is lacking, you may know
that you need a dose of Chamber
Iain's Stomach ami Elver Tablets.
They strengthen the digestive or
gans. Improve the appetite ami regu
late the bowels. Sold by all dealers.
Big Crop of (iravensteins
If other varieties of apples show
the big Increase In yield that the
Gravenstelns have Hood River will
have a bumper crop and no mintake.
It Is estimated now that over thirty
cars of tills early variety will lie
shlpiH'd out of the valley. This is
about twice as many as ever went
on the market here before ami a
good many more thun even the ex
perienced apple men expected.
The Davidson Fruit Company Is
busy packing antl shipping them. In
addition to the Union. Both ware
houses are sending them to New
York, while t he Davidson Company
Is sending a car or two to Alaska.
Geo. Sargent, one of the premier
Gravenstein applegrowers in the val
ley, tells us that the early variety
was never so fine here as this year
anil reports from other sections of
the Valley are to tills effect also.
Copy for advertisements MUST be
in the office by Monday NOON.
Don't let the rabbits eatyour trees.
Buy your tree protectors at White
I have a client who wants to bor
row $:1X) for two years. Will pay s
per cent antl secure note with first
mortgage on Improved real estate
valued at f 100. Phone .'Ilis-M. S.W.
Stark, Eliot Bldg.
Red Clover Italian (Jueen Bees at
reduced prices during August. You
cannot afford to be without them fur
they will double the value of your
colonies. Send In your orders now
by mall fir call ami get the bees at
VMi Seventh street. W. W. Da kin,
Hood River Heights.
Dysentery h a dangerous (lineage,
but can Is; cured. Chamberlain s
Colic, Coolera ami Diarrhoea Remedy
has been successfully used In nine epl-
lemlcs of dysentery. It Is equally
valuable for children anil adults, and
when reduced with water anil sweet
ened, It Is pleasant to take. Sold by
of absolutely the best invest
ments that can be shown in the
I ld River Valley today.
Choice list of ten properties out of one hundred
of the best bargains which will be put on the market
this fall. Carefully selected, with reference to the
following important factors: PRICE; DRAINAGE,
(if orchard); VARIETY and CONDITION of SAME;
LOCATION; TERMS; IMPROVEMENTS and SOIL.
in force in Oregon than
any other company
tShe fior1hUe si ern
OF MILWAUKEE. WISCONSIN
OH N GOLDSBURY
Phone 2X5 OJcll Hood River, Oregon
20 ACRES, 7 miles southwest of Hood River. Rod shot soil. Rood drainage, 4 arm spring
setting Newtowns and Spitsenbergs, 12 acres slashed and burned, spring water. Price
15.0110. $2,000 cash.
40 ACRES at intersection corner of main county road. 6 miles from town, all slashed and
burned; land lies almost perfect, and is a snap at price of $10,500. Balance 8 years, 6 per
30 ACRES red shot soil, slightly rolling-. 25 acres well cleared, belsnee slashed. I acres in
potatoes. Trice 19,000. Terms.
21 1-2 ACRES, red shot soil, Oak Grove district. 17 acres In commercial orchard, also bearing
family orchard; 5 room house; complete set of implements, at price of I1S.SO0. Apple crop
of at least 100 boxes goes with the place.
11 ACRES, fine location near town; nearly all under cultivation. Planted to orchard.
Splendid income this year; fine spring on place; Well improved. Price f 10.001). Easy
20 ACRES, unimproved, 8 miles south of Hood River; good drainage, excellent location; all
under ditch and A 1 orchard land. Good buy at ISflOO. $1250 cash, balance S or 6 years.
10 ACRES, near school, store and railway station, on main county road; good soil, good
drainage; all set to 2-year-old Newtowns and Spitzenbergs, excellent condition. Beautiful
building site. Price $5500. 11.000 will handle it.
20 ACRES, partly Improved; red shot soil, high and sightly, perfect drainage. Thia tract
lies fine for orchard; beautiful building site. Genuine bargain at $.150 per acre. 12000 cash.
20 ACRES 8 1-2 miles south of Hood River, highly improved, as follows: 19 acres commer
cial orchard. 1 to 5 years old; complete family orchard, and one acre in clover; gooddrainage,
excellent location, modem 7 room house, good barn and outbuildings, near school, store and
railway station; Kewanee water system. Price $19,000. Good terms.
31 ACRES near Summit station, all under cultivation, save 1 and 1-2 acres light clearing; 8
acres In bearing commercial orchard, 14 acres of 2 and 4 year old trees, complete family
orchard, balance of the place in alfalfa and clover; good barn; at least I0 boxes of apples;
team: cow, 20 tons of hay and complete set of implements go with the place at the low price
of $21,000. $fi,onO cash.
Devlin & f irebaugb
TME LEADING DEALERS
PHONE I 4
Swetland Kuildinp; Hotel Oregon Building
PORTLAND, OREGON HOOD RIVER, OREGON