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THE HOOD RIVER NEWS, WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 1911
" Why don't we have some
Good Coffee ?
Order some BARRING
TON HALL or CHASE
& SANBORN'S coffee
and we will have some
The man is right and it
makes him cross all day
if he doesn't have a good
cup of coffee in the morn
ing. ar aile amenta for the a two
The Star Grocery
''Good Things to Eat"
PERIGO & SON
Desirable offices in the
new Heilbronner Bldg.
These are the best ap
pointed offices in the
city. Get a comfortable
office and watch your
J. B. HtlLBROWR, OttQCr
MISS ELSIE BLOOD
Hair Switches made to order
from your own
1 mile south of Oak Grore itorc
R. F. D. No. t
HOOD RIVER, - - OREGON
flTcunt Kood Raifroacl
Time Tbl No. 10, Effective April 17th. 13:01 A. M.
A.M. South Noth P.M.
8.00 Hood River 3.10
8.05 Powerdale " 3.05
8.15 Switchback 2.55
8.35 Van Horn 2.30
8.40 Mohrs 2.25
8.55 Odell 2.15
9.10 Summit 205
9.20 Bloucher 2.00
9.40 Winans 1.50
9.45 Ar. Dee Lv. 1.45
10.15 Lv. Dee Ar. 1.25
10.25 Troutcreek 1.20
10.40 Wood worth 1.05
10.50 Ar. Parkdale Lv. 1.00
Sunday, north bound train will run two hour late,
above ckedule, leaviruj Parkdale J p. m.
A. WILSON, Agent.
Low Round Trip Fares
May 16 to 19,
22 to 25,
27 to 29,
June 5, 7, 9, 10, 12, 1G, 17, 21, 22,
28, 29, 30.
July 1 to G, 19, 20, 2G, 27, 28.
August 3, 4, 5. 14 to 17, 21 to 23,
28 to 30.
September 1, 2, 4 to 7.
St Paul, Minneapolis, Kansas
Citv, Omaha, Duluth, Winnipeg
Chicago, Milwaukee-$72. 50.
New York, Philadelphia
Denver, Colorado Springs
May 12, 13 Minneapolis, St. Paul $60
A variety of routes going and
tviiirriinir is oien for selection.
Return limit October 31st. Stop
overs are allowed in each direc
E. A. GIBF.RT, Agent,
White Salmon, W'anhington
W. K. COM AN, bonarvl Frwaiht A Pusemrar Art
Juk Bagtey wiib r Sunday guest
Ht the I10IIM of lila father In law, C.
ffi H " " U II '
HOOD RIVER AGENTS
'LL over the coun
try Nemo Corsets
are being featur
ed this week. As the
Hood River agents,
we want to bring to the
notice of Hood River
women the latest inven
tion in these famous
Nemo Corset specialties.
The Celebrated Lastikops Self
Reducing System Places Nemo Cor
sets in a Class by Themselves.
You must see the new Nemo
Self-Reducing Corsets with elas
tic hip-confining bands, which
reduce hips and back as well as
Also, the very new Nemos
with Lastikops-Limshaping Ex
tensions, which reduce the upper
limbs so that your thinnest gown
will fit without a ridge or a
And then there are the beauti
ful, new models for slender fig
ures, which have already created
a great furore by reason of their
slim shapeliness and wonderful
comfort i. 50.
'OU can find just what you want in Boys' Cloth
ing here, from a neat little wash suit to a nice
all-wool worsted cassimer or serge suit, all ages
from 2 to 17 years. All styles and prices.
Suits for 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00 and uo to $10.00
SPECIAL Roxs' all-wool navy blue serge Suits, regular val
ues $G.OO, $8.1)0. $10.00 and $12.00, in ages 10 to 15, M Cf
good all-vool suits Your choice 0iwU
SPECIAL Hoys' Suits in ages up to 15 years and fll rn
values up to $1.00 and $5.00, straight pants The suit.-O I iOU
Men's Hats, Shirts and Underwear
Straw Hats for Dress or every day wear, worth QP
up to $1,25 each Your choice ZOb
SPECIAL Men's dress Shirts in stripes and figures, made of
corded percales and madras shirting, box pleated center, Mr
pearl buttons, double yoke Your choice Hub
Men's Negligee Shirts of white madras, raised stripes, QT
coat style, laundred cuffs, fine pearl buttons Each JJU
Here is an assortment of summer Underwear that is worth
from 25c to 40c a garment, in balbriggan and porous- i f n
knit Special to close out, the garment lib
SPECIAL Underwear, 50c and 60c values, 38c. In this lot
you will find values up to 60c a garment, in French balbriggan,
porous-knit and jersey ribbed; just about all sizes qq0
in the lot Your choice, the garment JUU
B. V. D. Underwear for gentlemen, athletic style, in separate
si.oo, $1.50, $2.oo
YOU MEN WHO WANT
MaWHAT is what the
f best dressed
men are looking
forbetter come here
to see what we have in
Hart, Schaffner & Marx
You'll find the most
practical clothes in the
highest grades of do
mestic weaves and
Scotch fabrics. .
Suits $18.00 and Upward
Overcoats $16.50 and Upward
wrlgkt Hut tckafMf h Mara
THE P ARIS PAIR The Store That Saves You Money
Tha nnni.nl state convention of the
uwn Woodmen of America, which
opened here Inst night, l lelig at
tended by hundreds of delegate
from all parts of Oregon, and trains
are still bringing them In. The state
organization, which Is meeting un
der the auspices of the local lodge
this year, has 20.1XM) members In the
state and Is one of the strongest of
the Insurance orders on the i acini.
coast. State officers win oe
trulnyfln.l also delegates to tlie na
tional convention, which will meet
this year at Buffalo.
The most lrnnortaut matter that
nannllc pnirnires the attention of the
convention, will not. It Is stated, be
hrmnrht tin this vear that ol lusur-
nrp legislation, the present laws
governing this feature being consid
ered satisfactory. .
Denutv State Consul J. '"i
mons Is presiding at'the business ses
sions of the convention.
The larce body of delegates whlcn
arrived last night were met at the
trains by reception committees mm
escorted to the hotels.
From 7 to 8 thev were serenaueu
by the band, and at 8:: given an ad-
drees of welcome at Heilbronner
hall bv Mavor Hartwlg, which was
responded to by ov. West. Fol
lowing this was a musical and liter
ary program, and later a banquet at
Odd Fellows' hall, where sessions ol
the convention will be held.
At o'clock this morning the visi
tors will be taken for an automobile
ride around the valley, assembling
at the hall at 10 o'clock for the open
ing business session.
This afternoon at 2:30 a ball game
between the visiting Woodmen of
'ortland and The Dalles Is scheduled
and at 5 o'clock n prize drill contest
between teams from w hlte aimon,
The Dalles and I'ortland. This will
be preceded by a big parade, headed
iy the Hood Itlver band.
Tonight a class of forty will be Ini
tiated Into the ranks of the local
order, giving It a membership of 2"
and making It one of the strongest
In the state.
There will be an All Day meeting
at the Alliance Chapel next Sunday,
lav 7th. which will be of special in
terest to those that love to hear the
plain gospel truth.
The subject of the morning sermon
111 be "Our Trust", and we earnest
desire to see every member and
friend of the Alllauce present The
lij-ct of the afternoon sermon win
i "Why Is the Christian and Mis
sionary Alllauce In HoHl Ulver?"
The subject of the evening sermon
will lie "Our Message to the World".
We cordially Invite you to come
and hear about our iiiImhIoii In Hood
Klver and the world.
Services at 11:00 a. rn., 2:.10 and N:00
C. K. I'khhv, Pastor.
Shingling Bee Success
The shingling Ix-e fur the Oak
(jrove Church last Sunday whs a tie.
elded success. Nearly half of the
sheathing was put on and the entire
roof shingled. The most enjoyable
part of It all, however, was the
bountiful dlunerand supper provided
by the ladle.
The ladle of St. Mark's riulld will
meet with Mrs. L. f. larke Friday
afternoon of this week.
Fred McCrea has moved to the
Several of the Valley Crest people
are sick with the measles.
Mr. Green, of Parkdale, Is helping
Mr. Mcintosh with his spring work.
Mr Curdy, of Hood Klver. visited
the I'pper Valley Sunday and Mon
day. Miss Stewart will close her school
with a May day picnic down on the
P. J. Mohr has leen clearing for
Messrs. Dresser and O'Reilly the past
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Allen and son
have moved up on the I). K. Shearer
Miss Susie Vnughan, of Hood
Klver, visited Miss Grace Stewart
Thursday, the 27th, Mr. and Mrs.
Winter moved to their ranch In the
(S. Monroe Is setting out trees on
his home place. He has leen work
ing for Mr. Antone most of the win
ter. The friends of Mrs. M. Allen, of
Hood Klver, will regret to hear of
her sudden Illness, caused by par
alysis. Mrs. Babson had a lady friend ar
rive from New York last Monday,
the 24th of April, and she Is to make
an extended visit.
Several of the Valley Crest young
Ieople attended the reception at Mrs.
G. W. Allen's last Saturday evening,
Mrs. A. Hutson and daughter.
Ruth, who have leen In Hood itlver
for some time, have returned home.
Miss Ruth Is slowly recovering from
trouble with her ear.
Dr. Frederick A. Kraft, the social
ist health commissioner at Milwau
kee, Wis., believes that he has (lis
covered that the use of onions and
olive oil as a diet Is a preventative
of scarlet fever and diphtheria.
Mrs. Kawson and Mrs. Davie re
cently received word that their
brother, W. J. Rollers, In Medford,
Oregon, has lieen tendered the post
tlon of state highway commissioner
by Governor M. K. Hay, of Washing
ton, and has accepted. Mr. Roberts
leaves In the Immediate future to
assume his duties. The position Is
one of far-reaching responsibility,
and carries a salary of $.",0U0 a year.
Mr. Roberts, however, Is well fitted
for the place and will, without
doubt, "make good." Mr. Roberts'
many friends In Hood River, as well
as Medford, will rejoice at this rec
ognlrlon of his qualiiicatlons.
Avon Sutton Is working in the saw
mill near Parkdale.
Mr. Llpman was a passenger on
the train for Hood Klve Sunday,
Monday. April 20th. F. Kelce's team
hauled the first load of lumtier for
the new church, under the direction
of L. Baldwin.
Ou the evening of April 22, Mrs.
Geo. W. Allen gave a reception In her
new home, where a large n ureter of
Invited guests assembled.
J. Goldslierry recently sold a large
numlter of sack of potatoes to
Mr. Llpman, of Portland. Mr. Relce
hauled them to the car Saturday.
Congregational Church Notes
Next Sunday morning the pastor's
sermon will be on "The Hazards of
Ohrlstlan Service". After the ser
mon a final vote will be taken upon
the location of the new church build
ing whether the option on the Bros
lus property le taken up or the build
ing lie erected on the present site and
build a new parsonage. A large at
tendance Is desired.
The pastor will read a sermon
story of his own composition next
Sunday evening entitled "The (Juest
of Hlroshl". It will deal with a
young Japanese who comes to this
country to find the much heard-of-Beautfful-Ufe.
He lands In Hood
River and will finally find It. Bnt
Rev. E. A. Harris had the honor to
lie the nominee of the Portland Asso
elation of Congregational Churches
for Corporate Member of their For
eign Missionary Society with Hon.
W. H. Iewls, now of Portland, for
the state of Oregon.
All kinds of insurance in old com
panies. U. Y. Ldwards & Co., Agents.
WARNS AGAINST CHEAP PAVING
Editor of the Statesman objects to
being 'stuck" for double
The Salem Statesman of April li)th,
editorially comments on Paving, as
"The writer hereof Is to lie "stuck"
for some paving on Twelfth Street,
between Bellevue mid Mission, If the
project of some of the property
holders In that district shall be
adopted by the Salem City Council.
And this writer does not like the
Idea. He believes it will mean a
double assessment, within a few
years that the cement paving not
being Impervious to water (no ce
ment paving anywhere Is), It will
within a few years, break np under
constant travel In the wet season.
That when the Breaking up
commences, It will go quickly. The
writer has been "stuck" before with
a double assessment macadam a few
years ago, and now hard surface
paving. A hard surface pavement
should have been selected In the first
place, and Is cheaper In the long run.
It Is better all the time. The cement
road way to the Post Office, laid by
the government, with very little,
gravel, has begun breaking up. The
writer Is-lleves there will 1 a whole
lot of people In Salem a few yerrs
hence who will regret their recent
and present activity toward securing
this "cheap" cement pavlng.
Soft Drinks for Family Use
Hood River Sweet Cider, Hires'
Root Beer, and Soda Waters of all
flavors can lie obtained for family
use at all the confectionery and gro
cery stores at $100 ier dozen, with
an allowance of .10c per dozen for the
return of the bottles to the party
from whom purchased. Keep a few
bottles In a cool place during the
HOOK Rl V Kit A I'l'I.K Vinkoar Co.
Seattle To Build Destroyers
I'ncle Sam's new submarine de
stroyers will lie built on Puget
Sound, the contract having lieen
awarded to the Moran Company,
which built the battleship Nebraska
some years ago. San Francisco ship
yards tried hard to get the job. It
will cost a million dollars to turn
out the destroyers, one year's time
being allowed for the work. Before
anyone Is employed on them, he
must submit to an oath that he will
not reverl any of the details.
To-day and every day, let us
fill your PRESCRIPTIONS.
With the correct DRUGS of
greatest power, a moderate
equipment, and long training
we surely can and do give the
best results in Prescription
Chas. N. Clarke
Kitchen Queen Patent Flour, Guaranteed, $1.25 Sack; $4.90 Barrel
Swift's Compound No. 5 Pails 60C
Swift's Compound No. 10 Pails $1.10
Cottolene No. 2 Pails . - ...35C
Cottolene No. 4 Pails 60c
Gold Dust Washing Powder 20c
Postum Cereal per package . ...20c
Holly Milk, dozen 95 cents, case $3.75
Quaker Rolled Oats, large package 25c, 2 for 45C
Quaker Toasted Corn Flakes 3 packages 25 C
1-4 case Picnic Crackers .$1.15
1-4 case City Soda Crackers $1.15
Ivory Shaker Salt, 3 for 25c
Del Monte Honey per jar 25C
New Cream Cheese per pound 20c
Young American Cheese per pound 18c
Fine Granulated Cane Sugar, 17 lbs. $1.00. Per Sack, $5.30
Trade with us and your Dollar will buy more Our Terms arc CASH to All