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THE HOOD RIVER NEWS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1910
Kutane and Tokyo Dishes. i
Bamboo Furniture. !
Oak Street, farm 1st Phone 160
Kent & Garrabrant
Spaulding's Sporting Goods
We have just received a nice lot of
Smoking Jackets for Men
We believe we can please you in this line.
THE PARIS PAIR
The Store That Saves You Money
A dandy big line of Fancy China and Silverware.
We know you want the best
on the market. That you want a
They are made of the best all-wool
material, look the best, are tailored
the best and will give the best satis
faction. You will always be pleased
with your overcoat if it is a Hart,
Schaffner & Marx from
Hen's Silk Hose Men's Wool Sox
Men's Wool and
One of the best assortments we have
yet had for Men and Boys. Why
have your hands freeze when you can
get a good, heavy mitten for 15 cts.
or a dandy pair of gloves for
25c, 35c, 45c
or an extra heavy double Knit Glove
50c a Pair
We have some big values in Men's
Silk Half-hose in Blacks, Tans and
Fancy Colors, a splendid assortment
in all sizes, the pair
45c and 50c
All Kinds of Soft Drinks
Oak Strwet. ioate Smilh Block. Houd River,
W. J. BAKER
APPLE AND STRAWBERRY
LAND A SPECIALTY
A. W. O NT HANK
Dealer in CITY PROPERTY
Legal Papers carefully drawn.
Money loaned on First Mortgages
Fire Insurance in best Companies.
Surety Bonds of all kinds.
Stenography and Typewriting.
Business promptly attended to.
906 Oak Stmt
$1 an Acre a Month. N Interest.
Perpetual water right First-class
land. Perfect climate. Tracts ten
acres and up. 2o residence re
quirement. Want salesmen in every
town in Oregon and Washington.
mm mv 100.000 caa
CHAMA YAIXET LAND COMPANY
07 Well Fare P-Ttlaad. Ori
For the Ambitions
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ppartaaitT for you.
Saad tor aaacnpUra bolletia to MM
Cailiitlianrtrari Stud j Department
All the Latest Fall
And Winter Shapes
Moderate - Prices
Taft Transfer Go.
Draying. . .
HAY, FLOUR and PEED
Office I'hone 2 Reeidence ZB-M
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Copyright Hart ftcbtrfner 6c Mars
L $16.50 to $25
Other makes for Men and Boys for
$5,$7,$8, $9, $10 and up to $15
Some splendid big values for the little
fellows ages 3 to 8 years for
Men's Woolen Sox
Dark Grey and Blue, medium weight,
All Wool Sox
of extra heavy quality in Blue, Grey
and Mixed Colors, something that
will wear and keep you warm; extra
long leg; big values at
35c and 45c
in Greys and Blacks, medium weight;
a Pair 18 cents
Well shaped and well made, the kind
$3.50 $4 and 5
Very soft and agreeable, medium
n.nl.Lt J Dl i. J r Tl
you would have to pay 35c and 40c a ' fi fue '.Iufo
pair for most anywhere. Our price y e vaiues Ior tne Pair
Fleece lined, that will do for hard
work. The leather is so tanned that
it will always remain soft for
a Pair 25c
25c and 35c 50c, 75c, $1.00 and $1.25
J4 7 V !J
For Sale A good saddle horse.
McHuire Bros. !
Now Ik the time to get your pick of i
choice resilience buildinj; lots lu IUv
erview Park. .1. F. Itatchelder,
phone .". j
Oh, do.vou know the Mutliti Man?,
He's one of your neighbors. Come
anil get acquainted at the I'nitarian '
church tomorrow, night at 7:4.1.
Jos. A. Wilson, who has uttendetl I
about all the late panics of baseball
played by the Portland team In the
Rose City, returued home Monday
happy In the fact that the P.eavers
won the penuaut. ,
Mr. and -Mrs. (). J. Nelson left Tiles-J
day for au eastern visit of several,
weeks. They will fro to the former j
home of Mr. Nelson in Illinois for a
visit with his relatives, anil will also
make stops in several of th"- big '
cities of the middle west.
Although yesterday was a bad day
to (jet about keen interest was mani
fested in the electlou and the streets
were tilled with voters during the
day and late into the night. The
vote was close to the registration
figures of 1:HKJ.
The grentest number In several
years swore In their registration,
more than 7-1 voters taking advan
tage of this eleventh hour provision.
From street talk it was not possible
to gain any Idea of how the election
was going, but it was manifest that
the wet and dry propositions were
arousing as much interest as the
vote for governor or congressmen.
The vote In West and Center pre
cincts was the heaviest, with Bald
win, East and the others tailing In
after. It was not until a very late
hour at night that the vote for can
didates was counted and the count
on the amendments was not com
pleted In some of the precincts until
this mi. ruing.
Advertising brings success" if
wha you advertise bears out your
Prescriptions Have Been Filled at This Store
In The Past Ten Years
Fine Red Shot Soil Hood River
Apple Land In the Famous
Oak Grove District
Tan rml out in tl.a aouthweet part of th. Il.jud
Kiver Valley. Huud Kiver. Orwun.
The tract is partly improved
with 5 acres in young com
mercial orchard, has fairly
good house, barns, etc., and
a fine spring well which is
i.i,. f l.imr lvfdfirif(l
stilticiently to irrigate 40 or
more acres. This tract is
in the U'st apple section in
the valley cnmiosed of all red
shot noil". The surrounding
country is being rapidly de
veloped and growing into big
I HANK U. I OKSBLKU. Owner
Moo! River, Oregon
This record shows better than
anything else the confidence
placed in this store both by'
the Doctor and the Patient
Chas. N. Clarke
Hood River :: ::. Oregon
Speedwell Motor Cars
In your investigation of Cars with relation to value, you will
find the SPEEDWELL among the fw which head the list. In the
f'ir.r Vilr-rk ,cf luting Atln V nrY nfinuiMnmH tho fit 9 H ff Q tf af
value, it is ready to prove the needlessness of a price higher than
the Siw-ed well price. We have seven different models, all Fifty
Horsepower. A wioe range to select irom. uoaosiers, iounng
and Torpedo Bodies, with or without fore doors. Ask for a Cata
logue or let us call and show you this high class car.
Melvin Woodburn, Agent
Mood Kiver, Oregon
1 Licensed Under the Selden Patent
- A WOMAN'S HAT.
Thar' a Large Pot of Trouble Brew
ing For On Milliner.
Mr. Standisli was mud when he went
Into the millinery establishment, and
the louder he stayed the madder be
got. Presently he walked over to a
etunninc black creation that hung on
a peg near the window and said:
"This Is the hat I want to sec you
The proprietor came forward.
"What can I do for you?" he asked.
"You can fls this hat over the way
my wife asked you to," said Standlsb
explosively. "She wants the feather
put on the other side, that bow moved
to the front, and she wants the rim
to bulge a little more over the tem
ples." Seeing a guilty flush creep over the
proprietor's face, Standlsb went on
with Increased beat:?
"She says you have refused to make
any alterations on the ground that a
stitch added to or subtracted from the
hat Is bound to ruin It, but I tell you
that's all nonsense. My wife knows
bow she wants her hat to look, and If
she can't stand up for ber rights I'll do
It for her. She is coming around this
afternoon to try the hat on again. If
it isn't ready by that time there will
be no end of a row."
The proprietor twirled the black hat
on bis forefinger and looked from It to
the head saleswoman lugubriously.
"I remember," he said, "that the lady
who ordered that hat did bring It back
yesterday to be remodeled. Perhaps It
will be possible to make the altera
tions suggested after all."
The manager's humility made Stand
lsh feel very proud of himself.
"That's the only way to deal with
those fellows," he said when be left
the shop. "You've got to meet them on
their own level. It takes a man to do
that. No wonder women get cheated
out of their very eyeteeth. They
haven't got sand enough to say the
things that bare to be said to secure
Throughout the day Standlsb con
tinued to revel in self congratulations,
and be actually went borne half an
hour ahead of time to aee if bla wife's
bat bad been metamorphosed into the
thing of beauty he bad suggested.
"Well," said he Jubilantly, "was the
hat all right?"
"All right?" sid Mrs. Standlsh.
"They hadn't even touched it. How
couid you expect It to be all right when
you didn't stop In to see about it?"
"But I did stop," protested Standlsh.
"I saw every body about the place and
laid the whole establishment out In
great shape. Here's their card to prore
I was there. I picked It up as I was
Mrs. Standlsh took up tbe card and
read the name aloud.
"O-o-o h!" she cried. "Is that where
you went? Why, you got into the
wrong place. What on earth will that
manager think? He must think you
"I don't care If he does," said Stand
lsh limply, "but I would like to know
what the ow ner 6f that black bat will
ay whi'ti she sees It made over ac
cording to my directions." New York
Realty Men Plan Federation
Meal estate men of the state plan
a federation whose object are to
protect the member and bring about
a lietter understanding between the
buying and selling public. There are
Ix'tween 4HK) and .VXH) person en
gaged In selling real estate In Oregon
and Ite I thought an association
would be a highly effective machine
for advancing the Interest of realty
men throughout the state, a well a
aiding the development of the whole
Vow have on hand large supply of
blue vitriol at Whitehead's."
The seizure by the state pure food
authorities In Seattle of a shipment
of several thousand turkeys from
California, which were Infected with
a great many more microbe than
the law allows, has served to call
general attention to the fact that
the Pacific Northwest does not begin
to supply Its own cities and towns
and logging camps with poultry,
egg and dairy product. It seem
strange Indeed that the great states
of Washington, Oregon and Idaho
are unable to supply the jieople of
Seattle, and other cities, with their
Thanksgiving turkeys, yet the facts
of the seizure of spoiled poultry In a
cold storage warehouse In Seattle
Illustrates clearly the fact that the
northwest Is not yet self-supporting
In some lines.
Pine Grove Orange Meeting
The Pine Grove Grange met Sat
urday, Nov. 5, and an Interesting
seeslon was held. The next meeting
will be held Saturday, Nov, 11), and
will be of a social nature. The
Worthy Master and Lecturer are
preparing for an Interesting time,
arid you are sure to miss something
If you are not present.
The question box will be ready to
receive all questions, which will be
answered and discussed during the
lecturer's hour. Following the busi
ness meeting will be an Interesting
program consisting of recitations
and songs. The rest of the eveulng
will lie devoted to other social
amusements, followed by refresh
Oregon Fir for Big Ship
Oregon II r will be used for the
decks of the world's largest steam
ship, the keel for which ha been laid
at Stettin, Germany. The ship
Omega has reached the harbor for
the lumber required, which Is 2,000,M)0
ft.ft. The new liner will be operated
between America and Kurope by the
Hamburg-American line and will
have a speed of 22 knots. She will
be of 4.1,000 ton gross register, with
a length of N0 feet, beam IMJ feet and
will have accommodation for .1,000
For Sale Ualdwln, Vandlvere and
Salome high class second at .10c jht
box delivered. lien Davis 3.1c. Oak
hurst Fruit Farm. I'hone 214-K. IL
F. D No. 2
Automobile for Hire; rates reason
able. Day Phone 4 1 . Night Phone,
A. C. BUCK
Notary Public and Insurance
Room 12. Broaiua Block
Hood Rirer, Oregon
CIVIL LNOINELR AND SfRVEYOK
Brohii's Buii.dinci Hood Rjvkb
DONE WITH A
STAR WELL DRILLING OUTFIT
FOR PARTICULARS ADDRESS
APPLE LAND & ORCHARD COMPANY
HOOD RIVER, OREGON
Offict, No. 9 Oik Street
Phonu. 26 r 2002 X
HOCKENBERRY & BARTLETT
HOOD RIVER, OREGON
Hood Rivaa, OaniON
J. A. DONAGHUE
(Formerly of Pendleton)
Graduate of the Ontario Veterinary
college, I oronto
Olllceand Residence, 411 K. Fourth St.
Pacific Phone Main 4.111
The Dalles, Oregon
We now have for Sale PARADISE
FARM. It consists of some of the
most desirable land in Hood River
Valley. We can sell you a large
or small tract. Call and see us.
National. Apple Show
WILL BE HELD
November 14 to 19, 1910
$20,000 in PREMIUMS
The Rreatest variety of prizes, cups and trophies ever
offered. Prizes for single apples, boxes and every
thing up to full carloads will he awarded
$1,000 Championship Carload Prize
For the best carload of 630 boxes or bushels. A floor
space of three and one-half acres required to house
this great show. Besides the exhibit of apples,
apple growers, packers and cookers will learn and
gain valuable information.
Ample hotel accommodation without raise in price
will be provided.
The Oregon Railroad and Navigation Go.
We have in effect low Round-trip Fares from all
Points on its Lines
For further information appljr to any O.R.IN. Aaent or to
WM. McMURRAY, General Passenger Agent