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About The Hood River news. (Hood River, Or.) 1909-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 12, 1910)
Grand Opportunities Are
I. I. Packvrd In on the sick list
. Harry Stlekney has had company
from Seattle for several days. j
Mrs. Erlckson, of Portland, visited
her friend. Miss Fannie Haynes, last
Frank Seeley's sister and husband,
from Pomeroy, Wash., have been
Mr, and Mrs. Forest and family
came up from Portland for a few
days at the ranch.
There were representatives of four
different railroads here this week
looking for business.
Mr. and Mrs. Slade, from Chicago,
who have been visiting their son at
Husum, have returned home.
Enitle Walthers and family have
returned home, after having spent
several months visiting in Switzer
land and France.
H. V. Hamllu has his new house
completed and has moved Into It.
This Is the fourth new house that
Mr. Hamlin has erected and lived In
during the three years that he has
Keeley & Dubois are picking the
last of their peaches. They have
shipped over 2,(X0 boxes this season
so far. They picked nearly 1,000
boxes from 70 Elberta trees that are
four years old.
L. J. Stewart has let the contract
for an addition to his barn, to be of
the same size as the present building,
Ills business has Increased to such
an extent that It Is necessary to
double his equipment.
The Apple (irowers' L'ulon have
their new warehouse completed and
filled with apples, and are now load
ing the cars for shipment east. They
will have twelve or fifteen cars this
year. The apples from the Slade and
McH'racken orchards are remarkably
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But we are pleased to have a grand opportunity to offer you in Furs. Mitchel L. Conn, one of the
Best Fur Houses of New York, sent us a sample line of 50 different styles of Furs, only one piece of
a kind as a sample to take orders from. We have no money invested in them and can sell them for
much Less than if we had bought them outright. We will keep them here for about two weeks and
take orders. Parties making their selections first have the privilege of the samples after the sale is
over. We require 25 per cent, of the purchase price when order is given. This is a good oppor
tunity to get your Furs for about one-third less than they could be sold for otherwise. : : : :
Another shipment of Ladies Suits just come in.
in Suits and Coats. :::::::::
C. M. Fowler, of the S. P. & S. It.
R.,aud the head of the advertising
department of the same road, were
here Friday taking photos and get
Ing Information to be used In a
wrlteup for this section.
H. V. Romlnger and wife have de
cided to make Underwood their
home. Mr. Homluger, who was for
merly pastor of the Congregational
church In Portland and Ranler, pur
chased land In this neighborhood
about a year ago, aud this week ar
rived with a ear of household goods
Sunday school will reopen us soon
as the rush of work Is over.
The young people are planning a
basket social for Hallowe'en.
The PrlsclUa Club held a delightful
meeting with Mrs. Smallwood.
Gertrude Hansen Is spending her
week's vacation In the lower valley.
Institute week and close of school
has given the children a chance to
help In the orchards.
Miss Alice Farnielee of New York
City, Is looking after Miss Spring's
Interests In the valley.
Mrs. P. M. Anderson, of Salt Lake
City, Utah, Is a guest, for the week
of Mrs. H. E. Redtleld.
Several parties who have been at
work in the hop fields, have come
Into the valley for orchard work.
Born, Wednesday, October ."th, to
Mr. and Mrs. John Lautry, a son.
Mrs. T. W. DeBussy moved Into
her residence the first of the week.
J. H. Reeves spent Sunday at his
apple ranch at Hood Klver, going
over to look after his apple crop.
Mrs. V. C. Young and son Ted
spent the vacation week over at
White Salmon with her son (ieorge
Amos Hoot shipped a carload of
apples during the week, to eastern
points. They were of the Seek No
The telephone office has been
moved to the real estate office of
(ieo. Chamberlain, and Miss Lurllne
Fisher Is hello girl.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Evans have
purchased the town property be
longing to Geo. Root, and will take
possession as soon as It can lie va
cated. A. B. Craft and family returned to
their home at Forest Grove Suuday,
after visiting a week with Mr. and
Mrs. J. P. Carroll, Mr. Craft being a
son of the latter.
This being fair week, there was a
great deal of travel, and every day a
large crowd attended. Those who
did not go missed the greatest ami
best fair The Dalles ever had, Satur
day being the banner day.
The oldest son of Mrs. Annie
Hughes fell backward off a moving
wagon Friday evening and broke his
collar bone. Dr. Robinson dressed
the fracture and the boy In doing
nicely, but will have to carry his
arm In a sling for three weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Root and Mrs.
Tyler, mother of Mrs. Root, arrived
Sunday evening from St. .Jo Inn, Ore.,
and spent several days vlHtclngMr.
Root's parents and other relatives.
It had been three years since they
bad been In Mosler, and they, like
many others, saw a great deal of
C. E. Mcintosh has a phone line In.
Miss Allen has some fine potatoes
Mr. O'Rellley was at I'nrkdale
C. W. Clark offers a line driving
horse for sale.
Mr. Candee drove from Valley Crest
to Hood River, Weduesday.
J. W. Elton, of The Dalies, was a
visitor at Parkdale over Sunday,
Mr. Rawson was a passenger on
the train for Hood River, Wednes
day. Mr. Woodworth lias been tilling a
car with apples from his place this
Mr. Pelronuet and father went to
The Dalles Wednesday to attend the
Mr. Grlbble seems to have about
the same number of customers as of
old. Parkdale Is growing.
Mr. O'Rellley has pun-tinned a
stump puller and expects to have a
good size tract cleared very soon
A. Monroe and wife have lieen
tenting near Mr. Shearer's place.
Mr. Monrsj has quite a tract of land
A. B. Welch has sold all the stand
ing tlmtier on one forty to the Middle
Valley Sawmill Co. Mr. Welcb'i
place Is for sale.
B. Bagley & Co. have put on a
meat wagon and sell and deliver
meat to farmers In the districts of
Mt. Hood, Valley Crest and Park
dale. The Parkdale store has Is-en hav-
ngsorne flowers this week, to help
cheer those who need It. The blos
soms were brought In by some of the
A wedding of Interest was consum
mated Monday at high noon, when
Miss Irene Bancroft, daughter of Mrs.
Etta Bancroft, was united In iuar-
rlage to Ieonard K. Armstroug, at
Inglenook, the country home of Mrs.
Bancroft. The wedding was a quiet
one, only Immediate members of the
two families being present.
Mr. anil Mrs. Armstrong left In the
private car belonging to the groom's
father, for an extended wedding trip
i through British Columbia and the
eastern United States. The trip will
choice apple land at Willow
Flat. Four acres in trees,
volcanic ash soil. Must sell
J. H. Inderson,
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offering great values
also Include a visit to the home of
Mr. Armstrong, Sr., In the east.
The young couple have a host of
friends In Hood River who wish
them all joy In life's Journey. They
expect return home about the first of
JAM KM KAMSKY
(ieorge P. .lames and Miss Elite
Ramsey were united In marriage at
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ROBINSON, DeREDINQ & CROCKER
Commercial Club Booth Hood River, Oregon
the Methodist parsounge Friday
evening, Oct. 7, Rev. McOmlier offici
ating. Mr. aud Mrs. James are both
well known at Hood River where
they will make their home.
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cellent place for competent, reliable
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