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About The Hood River news. (Hood River, Or.) 1909-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 16, 1910)
THE HOOD RIVER NEWS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1910
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We have a full line of Fancy China and Cut Glass now oi
display 2nd Floor
When you want a first-class SHIRT, one that will not fade
no matter who does the washing, you want a
They are guaranteed to hold their color.
THE PARIS PAIR
The Store That Saves You Money
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Now Is The Time
to get a
So as to thoroughly enjoy yourself when you step
out these cold evenings. Then if you have on a
...Hart, Schaffner & Marx...
Suit or Overcoat
You are dressed in keeping with any occasion as
to Style, New ness of Materials, and you know
Tailoring Is Perfect
If you wish a nice, Full Dress or Tuxedo Suit for
evening or social wear, Hart, Schaffner & Marx
can furnish you with the very finest that is made.
Let us show you some of the
Boys Suits and
We carry one of the Best and Newest Lines of
Boys' Suits to be found. Our Boys Suits are
Becker, Mayer & Co.
You know, if you are famifiar with boys' clothes
clothes makes, that these brands are the best.
There are Boys Suits from
$1.50, $2, 2.50, $3 ? $10
Also a double line of Overcoats for the Boys, all
ages from 3 years up, and in prices from
$2, $3, $3.50, $4 and Up
We have some real big bargains in Men's and
Boys' Shoes for both
and of course there
are not all sizes. In the Men's they are mostly
6, 6 1-2, 7, 7 1-2 and 8, and in the Youths and
Boys from sizes 12 up to 5 1-2.
We bought these at a Discount and are giving
you the same big saving.
We have also just opened up another big ship
ment of Ladies and Misses Button Shoes. New
lasts and styles. You can always do better in
is the basis which the WHITE SEW
INU MACHINE Is built on. We are
unprejudiced in our claim that the
W HI I E Is the best sewing machine in
the W ORLD. W e are only too glad
to show you that the range of work is
unlimited We make the Vibrator
and Rotary machines, the latter being
equipped with the Lock and Chain
stitch, making two machines In one
and possesses other desirable features
too numerous to mention.
See STEWART HARDWARE &
FURNITURE CO., local dealer, Hood
River, Ore., before you buy.
WHITE SLUNG MACHINE CO.
A. C. BUCK
Notary Public and Insurance
Room 12. Hroaiua Block
Houd Kivar. Oregon
CHICAGO WILL SEE
BIG VALLEY PICTURE
Accompanied liy one of thelttoce
pttintingft of the vulley made by ;ih
eon Cutlet t for t lie Hood Iiiver Ileal
ty Company and a car of applet C
It. Bone left thin week for Culcao to
exploit the valley. The picture will
In mime reeeti Ik; even more n-'ilin-tlc
than the firt one made and is ex
lrted to attract wldi attention. It
ix expected ly Mr. Hone to exhibit It
In Mlune prominent window in Chi
I The car of apple Ik one of extra
fancy finality containing mixed vnrl
etieit and it expected to open the eyen
1 of Chicagoaim. Mr. Horn hImi took
along a lot of Hood Klver literature
1 which he will distribute t thone
' who are IntereMteil and will endeavor
: to Intercut other.
Copy for advertisements MUST be
in the office by Monday NOON.
Prescriptions Have Been Filled at This Store
In The Past Ten Years
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
THE WOMAN'S CLUB
BIG WHIST PARTY
(ireat cut IiuhImhid Ih being nwirii
fexted regarding the Park fund whlnt
party this evening.
Tne ladieH In charge deserve great
credit In managing the affair well,
uud promise all attending a jolly
Several tracts are lielng offered for
'the proposed park, one In particular
deserving mention and considera
tion, consisting of ten acres with a
beautiful stream running through It,
and all the underbrush eleared out,
leaving the primitive trees In their
glory. It in within fifteen minutes
walk of any part of the city.
Kvery man, woman and child
should be Interested in this move
ment for this lieautiful park, which
is offered at a very reasouuble figure.
The Woman's Club hopes to head
the list with a neat little sum from
this whist party. I'uy a ticket. If
you can't come.
The musical program to be given
dining the party Is as follows:
Solo, "Calm as the Night," iCurl
llolmi) Miss .Jackson.
Solo, la) 'Itolling Down to Ken,
(lCdward Herman I; (b) "A Bowl of
Hoses," (Clarke) Mr. Wilbur.
Violin solo, Concerto No. .". I F. It.
Seitzl William Chandler.
Solo, (al "The Lily," (Chadwlck);
(b) "The (Jay Little Dandelion,"
(Chadwlck) Mrs. Sletton.
Chorus, Bridal Chorus from "The
Hose M aMen."
TEMPORARY RULING IN
CITY WATER BOND SUIT
(Continued from Pajre 1)
For Lime, Cement and
STRANAHAN & CLARK
WOOD & riUGGINS
j line of canned Tomatoes and Corn at IO cents
Fancy and Staple Groceries
Preferred Stock, Heinz's 57 varieties Pickles, Krout,
Mince Meat, Catsup, Apple Putter, Etc. Splendid
SOLI: AQI2NTS I OR PURL WHITE F LOUR 3
...Your order win receive onr nest attention... 4
plainant to tile the amended com
plaint which must be In the hands of
the Judge ly Nov. L'Otli. He will then
set a date for Its hearing.
Mr. Butler Makes Statement
My attention has Is-en called to an
allidavit published In a recent Issue
of the (ilacler In connection with the
Injunc tion suit now (tending, where
in It is sought to enjoin our city offi
cers from disposing of the proposed
Issue of water bonds In any other
manner than that which ordinary
business prudence and the Is-st Inter
ests of the city would warrant.
There Is very little foundation of
fact for the use of my name In the
atl'idavt, and on this point none are
Is-tter Informed than the gentlemen
who prepared the instrument, but
for the purpose of this statement I
shall concede enough of It to give tne
an opportunity to say that any citi
zen of Hood Htver with the Interests
of the city at heart might consist
ently advise any taxpayer that It
woidd Is' well to ask the courts to
enjoin the city ollicials from dispos
ing of 0 mt cent bonds at a heavy
discount under private contract
when, under the right conditions
and with the usual publicity given
to a matter of this kind, our bonds
at n lower rate should find a ready
market at par.
Let the bonds le sold at the earli
est possible date and let us have a
U tter and more adequate supply of
water without delay, but let us also
eliminate the ts-rsonal animosities
j that are causing tlie delay, and
" jtjtt ourselves like men,"
I.KSI.IK Hl TI. Ml.
Culbertson lixprcsses Appreciation I
To my friends and supporters In
I the reci'Dt election: wish to nay
that I most heartily appreciate the
splendid vote which I received last
Tuesday for the office of county judge
of Hood Itlver county. It was a
most gratifying expression of your
good will. I desire to thank you
sincerely for your support and any
other kindly aid you may have given
me In my candidacy.
My hands are free from obligation
to the special Interests of anyone,
therefore I shall be In a position to
give my earnest effort to the best in
terests of the whole people of Hood
Yours very truly,
(iKO. I). Cl I.HKKTSON.
Nov. 14, lillO
CLUB TAKES ACTION
j AT G00DMEETING
! The monthly meeting of the Com
I nit rclal Club Monday evening was
well attended. In the absence of
Secretary Skinner K. II. H.irtwlg
acted as temporary secretary, Presi
dent ('has. Hall presiding. At the
request of the meeting .1. C. Skinner
was appointed by President Hall to
represent the club on Oregon day at
the National Land ami Irrigation
Exposition at Chicago, which opens
j in luai cuy next, weeK.
After a discussion in regard to hav
ing the club represented at the an
nual meeting of the Oregon IVvelop
ment League In Salem next week,
the president was Instructed to ap
point delegates anil select literature
for the delegates to distribute.
A motion was carried to have a
deleat'ou of club meinlxTs attend
the National Apple Show at Spokane
to boost and represent the valley
.1. II. I'irehaugh afterwards ad
dressed the club on a private matter.
Oysters, sandwiches, home made
pies, surpassing coffee and quick
lunches a specialty. The hlte
Lunch Counter In Hlchards & Co."
Advertise "Hod River"
GO FT CAR OF
HOOD RIVER APPLES
Will Leave For Chicago on December First
THIS IS AN OPPORTUNITY TO SEND A FEW BOXES OF
HOOD RIVER'S BEST TO YOUR EASTERN FRIENDS
On December 1st ROBINSON, DE REDING & CROCKER will send a car of
apples to Chicago to be there reshipped by local express to any point in the Eastern and
There have been many orders for small shipments to the east which could not be
sent on account of excessive express rates. By sending a carload a great saving will
be made to our patrons.
We have arranged with a large firm in Chicago to deliver fruit in that city and to
reship by express to points outside of Chicago.
Apples will all reach destination in time for Christmas.
Persons may prepay express from Chicago to final destination or the apples may be
sent collect from that city.
The cost of sending a box of apples from Hood River to Chicago by express is two
dollars and a half.
Our price for this occasion will be One Dollar and a Quarter only. Other
places proportionately as low.
We will make an especially good price on our "extra fancy" Winter Bananas,
Spitzenburgs and Newtowns, for this particular shipment. To any growers wishing to
send their own fruit to eastern friends, we will be pleased to offer the advantage of our
Eastern people or persons residing outside of Hood River, may avail themselves of
this opportunity and they should send in their orders at once.
This is a great chance to spread the fame of Hood River Valley, with its greatest
advertisement its apples.
Express rates to points outside of Chicago, and any additional information you
Notice 1. Let us know by the 25th of November how many boxes you wish to
Notice 2. Boxes should be delivered at our Packing House on Fourth Street, op
posite the Paris Fair, between November 25th and 30th.
Notice 3. Boxes brought in for shipment must be properly addressed.
Robinson, de Reding & Crocker
Phone 277 M
GIFT CAR OF APPLES
TO GO TO CHICAGO
A novel Idea u III Is- put Into execil
Hon by Itoblnson, Dclttddlng &
Crocker next month, when they will
ship a gift curof apples to Chicago
for distribution. They ha ve arranged
to supply anyone who wants them
with apples' at a reasonable cost,
and will also transport fruit for
those who want to send their friends
apples from their, own orchard. It
Is exiiectcd that the car will leave
here about lec. "th. In another col
umn they give the conditions under
which the fruit will Im shipped, and
CIVIL l-NOINELR AND SURVEYOR
RROSIC8 1)1 II.MNI1
Japanese wants days work
at cooking and houseclean
ing. Address H. Yama, 14
Oak St., phone 160.
Fifteen Acres to Grub
About 15 acres cleared land
adjoining orchards of Messrs
Peter Mohrand Ed Hawkes,
East Side, A miles from
Hood River, wanted grubbed
and first plowing. Bids on
contract to Mr. W. R. Col
lier in charge, or S. Anne,
Columbia Bid)?.. Portland, Ore.
A. W. ONTHANK
Dealer in CITY PROPERTY
Legal Papers carefully drawn.
Money loaned on First Mortgages
l ire Insurance in best Companies.
Surety Bonds of all kinds.
Stenography and Typewriting.
Business promptly attended to.
306 Oak Str.i-t
W. J. BAKER
APPLE AND STRAWBERRY
LAND A SPECIALTY
Kent & Garrabrant
Spaulding's Sporting Goods
All Kinds of Soft Drinks
Omk Stmt, oppo.it. Smith Block. Hood River.
Micro kills the Dandruff para
Ite, soothes the Itching scalp,
flvee lustre to the hair and
stimulates It growth. A
single application gives relief
nd proves Its worth. Do not
be bald. Save your hair be
fore too late. Micro Is
delightful dressing for the
hair, free from grease and
sticky oils. Booklet free.
MOTT CHEMICAL COMPANY