The Hood River news. (Hood River, Or.) 1909-current, February 08, 1911, Page 8, Image 8

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Our buyer left Sunday night on a six week's buying
trip, his route covering the largest and mo& extensive mer
cantile and manufacturing centers of
Textiles, Clothing and Thoes
in the United States. Our shocks this season are at lower
ebb and better cleaned out than at any time during our bus
iness career and we are therefore in shape for a larger and
more complete assortment of
Dry Goods, Ladies' and Gents' Clothing, Furnishings, Etc.
than were ever before displayed in Hood River. Shipments
will begin almost immediately so it will be to your advan
tage to watch this space for further announcements.
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K. O. Hall l noted as a visitor nt
The Dalles Saturday.
Mis Haad Smith, with the I'.utler
Nanking Company, seRt the week
enl In I'ortlnud.
C. I. Sonnlehsen, business maua
Ker of the News, was a business visl
Ttr In Portland Moiid.-iy.
Cha. T. Early returned from Sa
lem, Thursday, where he njMnt a day
or Two attending the sessions of the
J. A. ami F. L. Klrebauh came
up from Portland Saturday and
spent a flay or two herein connec
tion with their Interests.
(ieo. DlmuilcW anil family. who
havelieen llvlnu at Mt. Hood, have
Horn To Mr. and Mrs. F. li. Coe. j
Tuesday, January .'Slut, a hoy. j
K. 1. Mlchell and Miss Mlehell were!
guest of friend nt The Dalle Satnr-!
day. !
Mr. and Mrs. A. i. Moe left Sattir
day for Southern Crilifornia where
they will spend some time visiting. 1
). I. Dahney Sons are hiivinu a
larjie show window placed in their
furniture establishment In the old
opera douse.
K. B. London and daiiuhter were
guests at the Hotel Oregon Sunday
While here. Mr. London visited his
ranch In the I'pper Valley.
A new cafe has Is-eli opened hi the
store next to the Otten liuildinur.
moved loto the city and have taken j The place Is equipped with a lunch
tip their residence In Wlnan's addi
tion. Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Strong have
been here for a week, as guests at
the Oregon. Mr. Strong represents
the Oregon Life, which has a good
many policy holders at Hood Kivcr.
A variety and minstrel show will
Is? given at Farkdale Saturday even
ing, Feb. Wh, under the auspices of
the Fpper Valley Progressive Asso
edition The Is-st amateur taleut in
ttie I'pper Valley will take part and
It Is expected that the affulr will Is
highly worth attending.
A few minutes delay la treating
M.rae cass of croup, even to the
length of time It takes to go for a
diK-tor, often proves (laDgriius. The
infest way Is to keep Chamberlain's
Cough P.emedy In the house, and at
the first Indication of cro'ip give the
c hild a dose. Pleasant to take and
always cures. Sold by all dealers.
Oil meal at Whitehead's.'
Howling alleys now open.
I'.lchards 4c Co
No. li" Dean (iiant Power Sprayer.
That's the one. Next 1'rid i and
Everybody Is talking about tlie
Valentine P.asket Sis-tal nii' fiance
at Pine irove hall Feb 14th
For Sale A fine lot
Icouuter and tables, ami Is neatly
fitted up.
C. K. Marshull left Saturday for
; Los Angeles where he will join Mrs.
, Marshall, who was called there three
' weeks ago ow ing to the serious Ill
ness i.f her mother, who has since
idled. Mr and Mrs. Marshall will be
absent about two weeks.
.il. J. VanVorsf, of White Salmon,
was lure Saturday. Mr. VanVorst
tells us that the White Salmon val
ley people are bbout to petition the
legislature to divide county
with White Salmon as the county
The will of the late Frank S Clark
was submitted to probate Monday
by Attorney S. W.Stark and letters
testamentary Issued by the county
court to Mrs. Nannie K. Clark, wife
of the deceased, to whom an estate
was left consisting of real and per
sonal .property In Hood Hlver and
Sherman counties.
Charlie, are you going to the Has
ket Social Valentine flay, Feb. 11th,
at Pine C,rove hall'.'
DON'T forget to see the Hean til
ant Power Pump No. 1i" in action
next Friday and Saturday. See out
Now Is the time to get your pick of
of hay in the choice residence building lots In lilv-
.1. F. Hatihelder,
i P. ('. Young returned Suuday night
1 from a visit to the metropolis,
1 D. D. Hail, the M osier real estate
man. was here Saturday and rep rts
I prospects favorable for fruit in that
j district this year.
I Mrs. ijeorge Lynn returned from
Portland Sunday, where she went
Saturday to consult a specialist In
regard to her daughter.
A. I. Mason, who has been at Sa
lem for several weeks, returned Sat
urday after the adjournment of the
legislature Representative Derby
also spent the week end here.
John Watson, a former pioneer
Hood P.iver resident, w as here over
Sunday. Mr. Watson had an opera
tion performed on his throat re
cently, but Is now able to be about
The big wooden building on Cas
cade avenue Is-longlng to J. H. Hell
bronner has been sold to H. W.
Powell, C S. True and E. D. Home
wood, who will move It to a lot out
of the tire limits.
F. A. Massee left Thursday for a
month's visit In the east. He stopped
a few days at Spokane to visit
friends and from there went to Me
uominee. Wis , his former home, to
sei)d the rest of the time.
Mrs. (ieorge Allen and her daugh
ters, Miss Mary Allen, Miss (irace
Allen and Mrs. Barbara Allen Higgins
and son, arrived here Sunday night
from New York and went to their
country place at Parkdale Monday.
Tlios. S. Calkins has bought the
business of the Purity Dairy Compa
ny from (ieorge Hascall. Mr. Hum
call has lieen In bad health for some
time, making If Impossible for him
to attend to the duties of the busi
ness. Mr. Calkins will conduct the
business at the same stand and as
An old time spelling match will
be held nt Park Orange hall Friday
evening. February 10th, between
the Frankton and Barrett schools.
As therein considerable rivalry be
tween these Institutions, It Is ex
pected that the contest will be a
lively one. After the spelling contest
a. basket social will Is- given. 1 1 Is
announced that all will be welcome.
Mt. Hood district. Near Mt. Hood ervlew Park
Most Office. Phone, Odell 3H or phone .Mi.
2002.x. (jet your butter, guaranteed fresh
Oet your butter, guaranteed ,resri egg, cream and milk from Purity
et". cream and milk from Purity i Dairy Co. Phone M-L. Depot
Dairy Co. Phone 68-1.. Depot- Davidson Building.
Davidson Building. ,fl ,.,, know that croup can le
While 1t Is Impossible to prevent ; prevented'.' OlveClDimls-rlaln's Cough
no accident. It Is ncer Impossible to I Kemedy as soon as the child Is-comes
I prepared It Is not ls-y otid any- hoarse, or even after the croupy
one's purse. Invest 'J' cents in a but-i cough apis-ars, and It will prevent
tie of Chainls-rlaln's Liniment ami the attack. It Is also a certain cure
you are prepared for sprains, bruises ; for csoup and has never lie-n known
and like Injuries. Sold by all dealers to fall. Sold by all dealers
A Heart - to - Heart Talk
Elbert Hubbard
Smkjiett "March of the Centuries"
Oi Sill at tat Mt. n Hotel
Best Wyoming lump coal In
(intimity. Transfer V Livery
Phone .".
For Sale A fine lot of hay in the
Mt. hood district. Near Mt. Hood
Post Office. Phone, Odell 38 or
Join the Howling league. We
have the Is-st alleys In the state.
I,et's have the best team. C A.
Richards & Co,
agents will demonstrate the famous
Hean (ilant Power Sprayer next
Friday and Saturday. See our AD.
Come and find out how to get H
hubainl and w ife at the Valentine
Basket Sisial at Pine firove hall
February Hth. Free dance If you
buy a basket
If you want to Is comfortable burn
coal. Weareprepared to furnish It In
any ftiantlty. Plenty on hand and
more coming. We handle the best
finality of Wyoming coal. Transfer
i. Livery Company . Phone .".
If troubled with Indigestion, con
stlpatlon, no appetite, or feel bilious,
give Chamlterlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets a trial and you will lie
pleased with the result. These tali
let Invigorate the sfoinnch and
liver and strengthen the digestion.
Hold by all dee.lers.
W. H. Hardluuer came up from
Portland Saturday on a business
Sunday gave us a touch of true
spring weather, the grass being as
green as It ordinarily Is in May.
Many cases of t he grip are reported
about town, some of them of n seri
ous nature. Among the victims of
this trouble are several who have
been left with serious after effects.
The News ollice is in receipt of a
b;ig of apples containing Winter
Bananas and (iravensteins grown
oil the place of Millard & Thompson
in the I'pper Valley that are In prime
condition. The fruit was grown at
an altitude of i'.ouo feet and Its tine
condition demonstrates the superior
keeping quality of apples from that
A. A. Jayne has money to loan at 6
per cent on good security.
Seasoned Wood 16 in. or 4 ft., de
livered to any part of the city. J. J.
Knapp, Phone 32J2X.
.Joseph A. Wilson, agent for wire
wound wood stave pis Order
early, as this pipe is not held In
stock, but made to order.
Store building west of the Hell
bronner Block for sale chenp. To lie
moved or torn down by March first.
For particulars see.). H. Hellbron
ner. An attack of grip Is often followed
by a persistent cough, which to
many proves a great annoyance.
Chamberlain's Cough Kemedy has
been extensively used, and with good
success, for the relief and cure of this
cough. Many cases have Is-en cured
after all other remedies had failed.
Sold by all denier.'
For Kent. Two suites of Office
Booms on the second floor of the
Davidson concrete building. These
are the best lighted, most convenient
and easiest of access (.f any second
floor ollice room In the city. One of
these rooms has a fire proof vault.
For particulars, and to see the
room, call at Boom S of same build
The following program will be
given on Saturday, Feb. 11th. at the
K of P. hall, Is'glnnlng promptly at
2 o'clock p. in. Everyb-iily Invited.
Invocation by Post chaplain.
Lincoln's Oettysburg Address
Clara Blythe.
Origin of Mrs. Julia Ward Howe's
Famous Hymn -Mrn. O. H. Baker.
Song, Battle Hymn of the liepubllc.
Lincoln the Man Fred Dell.
Orowth of the Soul of Lincoln
Commanders. F. Blythe.
Mediation, The Marchers of 'til and
'ii.- Mis Blanche Ford.
' Song, (irafled Into the Army Mrs.
Gertrude Ingals.
Camp Fire Slavery As I Saw It,
Commander O. II. Baker; Primitive
Milling, Thos. J. Cunning; Farming
Before the War, Newton Clark; Ball
roads and Transportation, O. It.
Castner; Incident of Antletam, E. D.
Calkins; When I Saw Lincoln, (ieo.
P. Crowell and others; Itebel Prisons,
John A. Wilson and J. W. Blgby.
Beading Mrs. Williams.
Song, America.
Benediction Bev. J. W. Blgby.
Patriotic Instructor M. P, Isenls-rg
will act a chairman, to keep thlngn
moving, and will not allow anything
Admission free, and you will be
paid to coiue.
1 nousano
Inquiring about Hood River have
been received and answered by us
since November 1st, last. The ma
jority of these have come from East
ern people who intend visiting our
beautiful little valley during the com
ing season. Judging from the
amount cf interest that has been
aroused throughout the country in
the Hood River apples, 1911 will be
a revelation to the old timers. You
will see more property change hands
and that at higher prices than you
ever dreamed of. We are planning
our campaign to take care of our
share of this business. List your
property with us early and we will
sell it.
You'll Get AH That's
Coming To You Here
Full Measure and
full Quality always
Positively the best ever
put on the market; no
odor, no strong taste
just like fresh milk. One
can will convince you.
10c per can at
The Star Grocery
Perigo & Son
1 Oakdale Greenhouse
(let in your orders now for Tulips,
Narcissi Daffodils, Hyacinths, etc.
Peoua should be planted in Ictoher,
also Boxes and Mirutis, if bloom Is
wanted In l'.'ll (iood supply on
hand and coming. Trv a few I. lilies.
Too don't nsod a nmnke
houiw. Apply WRIGHT'S
BMUKE a liquid giT
inn two coats, which will
impart the rich aroma
and delicate flavor of
hi kory amoke to the meat, keeping it
oound, sweet and Insect free indefinitely.
Bold for 14 yean all over U. H. and Can
da. Oet the genuine. Fully Guaran
teed. Hold only in square quart bottlea
with metal cap. Ask your druggist for
"Wright's Bmoke". Made only by
C. H. WRIGHT CO., sc. City, m.
Bold and Guaranteed by
Real l siiiic Diillclln
$0500-20 acres in Willow
Flat, one-half in three and
four year old trees, balance
slashed and uncleared.
Terms, one-half down. 9
inches of water, shot soil,
on main road. A bargain.
$2500 10 acres slashed, in
Oak Grove district. Main
road and close to store.
Terms, $1000 down.
$1500-For a home on State
street, east of Ninth. Easy
Office OreconHotel Building
Hood Klver, Ore.
Portland, Ore.
) 3281
The Ring
of an electrical bell saves many
a step. The cost of installing
call bells, phones, door open
ers and such electrical time
saving devices is exceedingly
small, if you buy your supplies
from us. We also carry
Electric Lamps
and many household accessor
ies that are operated by the
current. If you would view
our stock, something would
certainly suggest itself that
you could use handily in your
nome. 1
Office Phone 3
Residence 272M