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About The Hood River news. (Hood River, Or.) 1909-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 12, 1910)
Our lino of Knit MumVrw In the
largest and In'ttt la the city. All
colora, nil ntylen of Uradley's
make for 2.V, Xic ami up.
THE PARIS PAIR
The Store That Saves You Money
We want you to visit our Millinery department
and see the fine display of Millinery we have. We
can save you money on these purchases and give
you the newest models. 2nd floor
You will soon find that you will need a good
overcoat or rain coat to make your life more com
fortable and right here let us suggest that you try
a Hart, Schaeffner & Marx. There is nothing
better and the materials are all wool a perfect
garment for any gentleman, anywhere; dressy
dignified and suitable for any occasion. We want
you to see the splendid line that we have at
$17:50, $18, $20 and $25.
Other makes from $5 up to $15.
Also a swell line of little boys overcoats, from
age 3 years up.
We have placed on sale a big assortment of
American Lady shoes, Goodyear welt and turn
soles, kid and Russian calf, upper Blucher cut, ox
blood color, shoes that we have been selling at $3
and $3.50 and the best of ualues at that. We have
all sizes and widths in these and are closing them
out at the s-pecial price of the pair
This is a bargain.
Now that the long evenings are upon us you
will enjoy a pair of our House Slippers. Daniel
Green's make is the best to be had and we have
them for Men, Women and Children. See the
samples on display.
Men's and Boys Hats
We would like to have you see our fine line of
Men's and Boys hats. We carry the largest line
of hats in the city and they of Rothchilds and
John B. Stetson makes. Over two hundred and
fifty different styles and pieces'and we sell them
for less than you can buy the same grade else
where. Men's and Boy's Hat's for 50c, 75c, $1
and up to a genuine John B. Stetson hat. All the
newest styles and colors. We would be pleased to
show you. You do'not have to buy. All we want
is for you to see what we .have.
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 of all a
chance for nature to work, so a strong
growth of manageable hair is the result
Use Clarke's Shampoo Jelly, 25c
CHAS. N. CLARKE
Hood River :: :: Oregon
Live Local Tropica
FIRES THAT ARE ASLEEP.
Cop? for advertisements must le
la the office by Monday noon.
B. F. Moses has purchased the I'er
Igo property on the heights, consist
ing of three fine and sightly lots.
Remember this Is the last week for
registration. Keglstrutlon books
close Monday evening at 5 o'clock.
For Sale Spltienburg, Baldwin,
Vandlvere, Salome and Hydes King
high class seconds at 50c per box de
livered. Oakhurst Fruit Farm.l'hone
214-K. It. F. D No. 2
The American Woman's Ieaue
will serve hot lunches all day Wed
nesday, Thursday and Friday of this
week and dinner Saturday noon and
evening at '&M Cascade avenue.
A newspaper editor declares that
the world needs a religion today
that will make a man s word as
good as his note; that will make Its
professor pay one hundred cents on
the dollar, sell sixteen ounces to the
pound, thirty-six Inches to the yard,
four pecks to the bushel and one
hundred and twenty-eight cubic feet
to the cord; that will make a work
man do a full day's work for a full
day's pay whether the eye of his em
ployer Is on him or not; that will
make capital disgorge the lion's
hare of the profits and divide them
equally with labor; that will cause
the manufacturer to cease from adul
terating hi goods, the clerk from
robbing his employer, the official
from embeizllng the funds committed
to his trust; a religion that will
make men tell the truth, m honest,
upright, pure and trustworthy In all
walks of life; a religion that not
only makes men happy but right
eous. Canby News.
A Great Rang of Volcanoe In
Haart of Africa.
It Is not very jrenrnilly knunn tha
right In the heart of A Trim at the
gout horn end of l.nke Albert Kdwartl
U a great range of volcanoes. They
are eight in number, and. thuuch it is
true that, unlike Itiikmzur. they carry
no permanent snow, the highest peak
Is over 14,XiO feet in height. These
volcanoes are particularly Interesting
on account of their comparative new
ness. tunning through the middle of
Africa there is a trench many hundred
miles long, In which lie tile great lakes
Albert. Albert Edward. Kivu and Tan
Not very many thousands of years
ago the volcanoes, generally called
Mfurnblro, burst up through the mid
die of tills trench and made a dam
across It. with the result that some of
the water which formerly flowed Into
Lake Albert Kdward and so into the
Nile was cut off and a lake was form
ed behind the dam. As times went on
the waters in the lake which Is now
called Klvu rose higher and higher
until, not being able to flow over the
barrier of the volcanoes, they formed
the ICuslsl river, which runs the other
way Into Tanganyika, about a hundred
miles distant. Of the eight volcanoes
only two show signs of activity at the
present time In the form of thin wisps
of steam which may occasionally be
seen, but a vast plain of lava, with a
wide black stream curling through Its
midst, showed where a formidable
eruption had taken place only two or
three years before our visit. There
re hot springs scattered here and
there, and we felt slight shocks of
earthquakes once or twice, so it Is not
afe to say that the Mfurnblro volca
noes are extinct. Wide World Maga-tine.
A RUNAWAY HORSE.
Impotaibl For Him to Tak the Bit
Bstwsan His Taath.
The runaway horse In story books,
U In tuost of the veracious tod detail
ed accounts glveu In the dally press,
invariably "takes the bit between his
teeth" as a preliminary measure. It
would be Interesting to know bow be
does this. He obviously cannot get It
between his molar teeth igrlnderst un
less both bis cheeks are silt up from
the corners of bis mouth, and If the
cheek straps be the right length it Is
equally impossible for him to get it
down to the level of his Incisors (nip
pers), and there are no teeth In be
tween! Thus perishes another hoary
What does happen is that through
steady, unremitting tension on the
reins the bars of his mouth become
numbed and Impervious to pain. This
enables him to set bis Jaw firmly, put
the whole weight of his head on the
bit and successfully resist anything
short of one horsepower at the other
end of the reins. This is the reason
why when run away with one should
never try to recover control by steady
pulling, but should always use short,
sharp pulls with intervals of complete
relaxation between them.
Although It Is always advisable to
drive a new horse, temporarily at least,
with the bit to which be has been ac
customed, provided that be goes satis
factorily In It. It Is never safe to as
sume that It Is the best possible one
for him. This assumption, which la
general. Is responsible for much trou
ble that might be obviated. It is sur
prising to note bow complete and rad
ical a change of bit may be made, not
only with Impunity, but with advan
tage. If only the change be In the right
direction. Outing Magazine.
Canby Post. G. A. R -Meets at the K. "of P.
hall the aecond and fourth Saturdays of th
month at 2 p. m. Geo. P. Crowd I, commander; S.
F. Blythe. adjutant.
Canby W. R. C. No.'l6-Meeti wcond and fourth
Saturdays of each month in K. of P. hall at 2
p. m. Miaa Clara blythe, president; Mrs.Femald,
ourt Hood River. No. 42. F. of A., meets every
Thursday evening in K. of P. hall. Visiting
Foresters always welcome. Wm Flemminir. C.R.;
F. C. Brosius. F. S.
flood River Lodge! No." 106. A. F. A A. M
AMeeta Saturday ereninjr on or before each full
moon. Ralph Savage. W. M.; D. McDonald, secre
Hood River Camp. No. 7702. MwT A'-MeiiTin
K. of P. hall first and third Wednesday nights.
C. S. Jones, V. C; C. U. Dakin. clerk.
Hood River Camp. No. 770, W. O. W.-Meets' at
K. of P. hall the second and fourth Wednesday
nights of each month. W. A. thy. C. C; Floyd
Hood River Circle. No. S24. Women of Woodcraft!
-Meet at L O. O. F. hall first and third Sat
urday nights, each month. Visitors welcome.
Mrs. Wm. Genger, N. G.; Alice Shay, clerk.
Tdlewilde Lodge. No. 107. I. O. O. F. Meets in
Fraternal hall every Thursday evening at 7:00.
at the corner of Fourth and Oak streets. Visiting
brothers welcomed. J. M. Wood. -N. G.; G. W.
T'emp Lodge. No. 1H1. I. O. O. F.-Meeta in
Mhe Odd Kellowe hall at Odell everr Katurdsv
night. Viaiting brothers cordially welcomed. W.
A. Lockman. G; Gea Shepard, secretary.
T aurel Rebeka Lodge No , 87, I. 6. O. F. -Meets
'first And third MnnHiv, in Mrh month ThM.
M. Castner, N. G.; Nettie Moses, secretary.
ount Hood Lodge. No. 206, I. O. O. F., meets
every Saturday evening in Gribhle's hall.
Mt. Hood. A. M. Kelly, N. G.; G. W. Oimmick.
Tountain' Home Camp. No. 3M9, R. N.'aT
Meets at K. of P. hall on the second and
fourth Fridays of each month. Mrs. A. Crumn.
O.; Mrs. tils Dakin, recorder.
Oleta Assembly. NoT 106.' if! A.-Meets"ln"their
hall th first and third Wednesdays, work:
second and fourth Wednesdays, sons I. C. I.
tlennchs. M. A.; W. H. Austin, secretary.
Qregon Grape Rebrkah Lodge No. 1M1, I. O. O. F
" Meets every second and fourth Wednesdays
in each month in Gribhle's hall. Mt. Hood, Or.
Mrs. Mammie Dimmlck. N. G.; Mrs. Nettie
tiverside Lodge, No! (W," A. O. U. W. - Meets In
AkK. of P. hsll tha first and third Wednesday
nights of the month. Visiting brothers cordially
welcomed. R. E. Chapman. W. M.: Chester
aucoma Lodge. No. 30. K. of P.-Meets in
their Castle Hall every Tuesday niirht. when
visiting brothers are fraternally welcomed. C C.
Cuddeford. C.C.; Lou. 8. Isenberg, K. of K. 4 8.
anna Temple Pythian Slaters, No. -Meets th
first and third Tuesday of each month st K of
P. hall. Georgina Isenberg. M. E. C: Kata M
Fredrick. K. of R. aV C.
W. O. ALDRED
Contractor for Grading, Exca
vating and Teaming
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vis-o slPyo EL Mo
STKANAHAN & RATHBUN
akd union Pacific
Effective Sunday, AUg. 20th, trains
will arrive and depart at Hood River,
Oregon, on the following schedule:
W EST BOUND
No. 9. Fast Mail (no passengers) 4:50 A. M.
No. S. Portland Flyer 5:56 "
No. 7. Portland Local 7:48 "
No. 5. Oregon A Washington Express 8:00 "
No. 11. Soo-Spokane-Portland :30 "
No. 1. Portland Local 4J0 P. M.
No. 17. Chicago Limited 6:45 "
No. 2. Baker City Local 10:35 A. M.
No. 18. Chicago Limited 11:55 "
No. 8. The Dallea Local 620 P. M.
No. 4. Spokane Flyer 7:55 "
No. 10. Fast Mail 825 "
No. 6. Oregon A Washington Expression "
No. 12. Soo-Spokane-Portland 12:55 A. M.
Trains No. 7 and No. 8 have no coaches; pansen
gera using this train will be required to pay pull
man fare in addition to railroad fare: these trains
make no stops between Hood River and l ortland.
Train No. 7 stops only at The Dalles. Arlington,
Pendleton. Gibbona. LaGrande, Hot l,ake. Union,
Baker City and Huntington.
Trains No. 1 and 2 stop at all stations between
Baker City and Portland.
Trains No. 13 and 14 atop at all stations be
tween Portland and The Dallea.
J. H. FREDRICY, Agent.
Livery, Feed and D raying"
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
Get In your ordera now fir TulipH,
NarctKHl. IHff(iilllH, ilym'intliH, etc.
I'eonas Mhould ! planted In October,
hIho K linen and Mirtihf, if lil'xun Ih
wanted In 1U11. (iood ttupply mi
hand nnd coming. Try a few LIIUch.
KLKTCHKR & FLKTCHKK
PAY ATTENTION !
20 ACRES east of Pine grove school house, finest orch
ard land, east slope, easy clearing, well watered, not an inch
of waste land. Can be bought for a short time for $2,500.00.
One-half cash; balance to suit.
Stop! Look! Listen!
120 ACRES orchard land, 6 1-2 miles from Hood River.
Good house, barn, woodshed and chicken house; GO acres
cleared. Home orchard. Living springs. Fine well. All
fenced. Near school. Price $15,000.00.
For terms, etc., see
For Ten-Acre Improved Orchard Tracts
W. G. E. SMITH
Buy the Boy a Watch
and teach him punctuality. With a watch in
his pocket he will have no excuse for being late
for school for ::::::::::: :
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HOOD RIVER'S JEWELER
Opposite Butler Bank
In Brosius Block