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THE HOOD RIVER NEWS,' WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 31, 1910
SEE OUR SPECIAL IN OUR WEST WIN
DOW. SOMETHING HANDY FOR ANYONE
TO HAVE ON HAND. DON'T MISS THIS.
THE PARIS FAIR
The Store That Gives You the Biggest Values
New Fall Dress Qoods now in. The finest
assortment we ever had. ALL THE NEW
WEAVES AND PATTERNS.
A Good Rain Coat
is a treasure, a poor one a disgrace,
must be all-wool rain-proof, stylish,
good fit. Better say a
Hart, Schaffner & Marx Raincoat
and be done with the story. That means
that you must come here for it, and that
you will get complete satisfaction with
whatever you buy. Our New Fall Suits
are here also. You get correct style, per
fect tailoring, all wool quality of
Hart, 5chaffner & flarx Clothes
Coats and Overcoats
h. s. & M.
for $18.00, $22.00 and $25.00. Other
makes for $5.00, $6.00,
$12.00 and $15.00.
Men's and Boys Shoes
We want you to see our new fall line of
Fall and Winter Shoes for men and boys.
Medium and high top, water proof. We
have never had a finer lot for you to choose
from. In all sizes from a child's size 8 with
a 10 inch top to the finest of elk skin 18 inch
for men. Then in medium tops for school
wear something that looks dressy and will
stand the hardest kind of school wear.
Blue Ribbon and
They always give satisfaction. We guar
antee every pair of these against ripping or
TRY THEM NEXT TIME
Boys 2-Piece Suits
We have some splendid values in these
at any price you wish to pay.
Boys Suits,$1.7S, $2, $2.50, $3, $4
and up. We want to call your special at
tention to these $4.00 values. We bought
these under their value and they are
really worth from $6.00 to $8.00, but we
bought these at a bargain and give you
the benefit. Nicely made, of splendid all
wool material. Knickerbocker pants,
mostly dark colors,
Your Choice, the Suit, $4.00
Just try them.
Boys Extra Pants
All ages and a big lot to choose from,
25c a pair up.
Cevvrifbt Hart Schirfncr Sc Marl
Nature will provide the beautiful hair
you have longed for. All you need to
do is simply to keep your scalp perfect
ly clean and healthy by using
Clarke's Shampoo Jelly
It means clean hair, a perfectly clean
and healthy scalp, and best 01 all a
chance for nature to work, so a strong
growth of manageable hair is the result
Use ClarKe's Sham poo Jelly, 25c
CHAS. N. CLARKE
Hood River :: :: Oregon
NEW RECTOR FOR
ST, MARK'S CHURCH
Kev. D. T. Simpson has accepted
tlie position as rector of St. Mark's
church and In expected to arrive here
thin week. Mr. Simpson I now In
Portland. He was formerly In charge
of an Episcopal church at Sioux Falls,
South Dakota, and later rector of
the Episcopal church at Corvalls.
Afterward he was In the Hawaiian
Inlands, but for Home time has been
connected with one of the 'Portland
churches. He ban a wife and two
sons and It In expected that on their
arrival, which will In; thin week, they
will be tendered a reception. In thin
connection, It Ih asked by the bishop's
committee, that new mcmtsrs of the
church lu the valley send In their
names to Mr. K. W. Pratt.
Was Not Davidson Mill.
Many who read the telegram
Thursday evening thought the saw
mill of the 'ioble Milling Company,
Jn which H. I". Davidson Is Inter
ested, had again Is-en burned, owing
to misleading headlines Later It
was discovered that the report was
untrue, although a hard fight had to
! made to save the property. An
other tire story that gained credence
wan to the effect that the (irlbbles
store at Mt. Hood had been de
stroyed. This report also proved to
Is? without foundation.
Fruit Fair at (jilbert-Vauxhan'a
In order to solve the question of a
fruit fair building this fall the tJIIU-rt
Vaughan Company at the meeting of
the association held Tuesday offered
the use of tbelr big salesroom. The
suggestion was considered a capital
one and It Is exis-cted the fair will be
Copy for ml vertlsemetits must lie
In the office by Monday noon.
PINE GROVE GRANGE
Mrs. Shoemaker Is visiting friends
In Hood Klver.
Mr. Sonneman and family and Mr.
Hatten were visitors In Portland
Miss Pearl Bradley was a guest of
Ada Mark Thursday and Friday of
Mr. and Mrs. Waugh entertained
company from Arizona the early part
of the week.
Our school will open Monday, Sept.
.", with four teachers; Mrs. McLaugh
There will be no service next Sun
day, owing to conference week. Sab
bath school as usual.
Kev. E. L. House gave us an excel
lent sermon at the church Sunday.
There was a good congregation.
Mrs. Martin Dragseth went to Ore
gon City last week, Monday, return
ing Saturday. Her mother accom
panied her home.
Mrs. Ireland, from Crookston,
Minn., and Mrs. E. Nlckelson from
Belmont visited their sister, Mrs.
Sam Campbell Sunday and Monday.
Much building Is still In progress.
Among those who are extending
their apple houses are Messrs. . I. C.
Porter, H. M. Vannler and S. U.
The friends of John (ileason, a
former resident of this locality, were
pained to learn of hinsad death Tues
das evening of last week, which oc
curred near Oregon City. His fam
ily have the sympathy of all In their
$500,000 Hood River Land Company
W. A. Seale, representing the Hood
Klver Orchard Land company, one
of the largest companies that has
ls-en Incorporated for the purpose of
developing Hood Klver and M osier
property, has Iwen here lor a. week In
Its Interests. The company has Just
Increased Its capital stock from
000 to $.".00,000. The heaviest stock
holders In It are the Ktrebaugha and
J. H. Devlin. The land owned by the
company Isconsldered gilt-edged and
since the Increase In stock many
Portland people have taken advan
tage of the opportunity to Invest.
The property, which Is undeveloped,
will be held for an Increase In valuation.
LIVE LOCAL TOPICS
Del Kand Is learning the secrets of
the apple Industry and Is at present
acquiring the art of packing with
the Davidson Fruit Company.
Chun. Larsen, who has been on a
vacation, returned home to Hood
River Monday evening. Mr. Larsen
denies the allegation that he Is mar
Miss Elizabeth (Julnn, a sister of
Frank Qulnn, and one of the Instruc
tors lu the Seattle schools, Is visiting
friends and relatives here for a few
Miss I'm Casey of Boise, Idaho and
Miss Gertrude Casey of Dysert, Iowa,
after being guests at the home of Mr,
and Mrs. M. M. Hill for a week, re
turned to their homes Monday.
Sylvester Hall a resident of Med
ford and brother of Albert S. Hall.
manager of the Hood Klver'Llght &
Power Co., was a visitor here Tues
day. Mr. Hall Is a teacher In one of
the Medford schools.
An Important feature lu the pro
posed Institutional work at the Bap
tist church this fall and winter will
be a "Ladles' Heading Circle," to be
conducted by Miss Hill. Information
concerning this can ls3 secured from
In the series of sermons on "Chris
tian Essentials" next Sunday even
ing at the Baptist church, Mr. Har
greaves will preach on "The far
reaching and often unrecognized In
fluence of religious faith In man's
irant B. Dimlck, candldute for the
nomination for governor on the
statement 1 platform, was here last
week meeting citizens and giving
them the handshake. Mr. Dimlck
Is-lleves he will get a big vote In the
Frank M. (Jill of Dufur, candidate
for the Republican nomination for
Joint representative from Wasco and
Hood Klver counties on the anti-assembly
platform, was here Tuesday.
Mr. Gill Is an active worker In the
(range and was a visitor to Hood
Klver when the state organization
met here several years ago.
E. H. Sbepard returned Tuesday
from a five weeks trip in the East.
He was present at the International
Apple Shippers annual meeting at
Marara Falls and visited many of
the large cities. Mr. Shepard found
his paper, "Better Fruit," very well
known in the fruit sections of the
East and was successful In still fur
ther Introducing It In a business way.
After a few weeks vacation, the
Unitarian Sunday school will open
next Sunday. Through Septem!er
the exercises will take on some of the
features of the "Children's church,
to which parents and friends are
cordially Invited. All children not
connected with any other Sunday
school are cordially Invited.
Inked Brethren Church, Oak and
Sixth. Kev. J. B. Parsons, pastor.
Sunday school 10 a. m. In accord
ance with the request of the labor
forces, the pastor will speak on
"The Laboring Man's Friends" at 11
a. m. Junior C. L. at 2:'W p. ni.
Senior C. E. at !:4. p. in.; Earl Bart
mess, leader. Sermon at ":.') p. tn.,
on "The Masses and the Mighty."
For County Commissioner
Believing that the Interests of the
upiwr valley are entitled to a repre
sentative In the affairs of the county,
I hereby announce myself as a candi
date for the nomination for that
office at the Kepubllcan primaries
September 24th. Chas. Stelnhauser.
TO BE HERE AGAIN
Madame Labadle, who gave a
readlug here last winter and de
lighted her audience, will appear here
soon again under the auspices of the
Knights of Pythias lodge. Mine La
badle has been In the Philippines
since she last appeared here. She
will give an entirely different reading.
It Is expected that she will appear
U'fore her audience lu the assembly
hall of the new Commercial Club
Married In Portland
J. M. CullHTtson ami Miss Mary
Kothrock were married I'hursday,
August LVHh In Portland, the cere
mony In-iiig performed by Kev. T. L.
Eliot. Mr. and Mrs. CullsTtsou who
are both well known and highly es
teemed here and who are now on an
extended wedding trip will reside lu
a new home at II sod Klver recently
bought and furnished by Mr. Culbert-son.
25 acres of fine improved or
chard land, red shot soil, in the
Upper Hood River Valley, ad
joining Steinhauser ranch, in
cluding potatoes, strawberry
plants and apple trees. Will sac
rifice on quick sale. Inquire at
any Hood River real estate agent.
are worn by all men these days. But If you
will come here we will show you the kind
and quality of Jcbvelry man of good
HOOD RIVER'S JEWELER
Opposite Butler Bank OPEN EVENINGS
In Brosius Block
fSiP YOU APPLES
S WITH THE S
and get the benefit of SEVENTEEN YEARS SUCCESSFUL EXPE
RIENCE IN HANDLING THIS FRUIT. Our careful attention and
experience shows in the promptness and amount of the returns.
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