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THE HOOD RIVER NEWS, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14, 1911
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ha die's "Dresses
We are just in receipt of a new line of Ladie's
Dresses among which is a line of Lingerie Dresses
with the colored embroidered designs, which is the
newest thing out. We also have a new line of Ging
ham Dresses in long and short sleeves.
Special in Ladie's Tan Oxfords
$3.50 Oxfords, special, the pair $2.30
$3.00 Oxfords, special, the pair $2.15
$4.00 Oxfords, special, the pair .$2.75
$3.50 Oxfords, special, the pair .....$2.00
$3.00 Oxfords, special, the pair ..$2.60
$3.25 Oxfords, special, the pair $2.30
While we have a good assortment of these oxfords, we do
not have a full run of size in each kind.
Just received by express some Serge Coats with the
new sailor conar, trimmea wun sat pn Qin nn
in and fancy buttons, special price. OJiUU'wIUiUU
We have a sppecial lot of Men's Shirts, values up to
$1.50 including CLUETT and MONARCH Qpn
shirts, choice jUu
Men's Genuine Soisette Shirts, a beautiful wash fab
ric, equal in appearance to pongee and is superior in
durability. Well made French gathered back, faced
sleeves, pearl buttons on facing, protected button
holes, placket pockets, finished 35 inches long rn
special price jDU
A Pongee Silk Finished Shirt in cream, two pleated
flap pockets, reversible collar, can be used as a collar
band or attached collar, fine cream pearl buttons,
made coat style, gathered back, curved arm holes,
sloped shoulders, flat felled seams through- a nn
out, price ol.UU
Men's Silk Shirts, well made in ever) particular $2.00
Specials in Cut Glass
$13.00 Cut Glass Bowls $9.25
$4.00 Cut Glass Bowls $9.25
$4.00 Cut Glass Bowls $2.75
$4.00 Cut Glass Handled Bowl $2.75
$6.30 Cut Glass Bowl ..$4.50
We have grouped about forty skirts and you can have your
choice of this lot at HALF PRICE.
Another lot at ONE FOURTH OFF regular price.
Ladie's Dresden Silk Underskirts, all new goods in
all the new shades, special price...
Anything you want In this line from the very cheapest to All Silk. e
have them in Lawns, Dimity, Swiss, Silk and Crepe.
Ladle's Linen Coats
We have just received a shipment of Ladie's Linen
Coats made of extra heavy linen, special price
Ladie's Silk Underskirts made from new silk,
special this week only
IFAJL 1R. The Store that Saves You Money
Mr. John Cooper has bought some
new larm Implement for bin home
wteaJ. Mm. Suxle Mohr went to the
Lower Valley during Hone Carnival
Mr. P. H. Mohr went from his
homestead to attend the Hone Car
nival. Mr. and Mrs. Kawson spent several
very pleasant days at Yamhill the
fore part of the week.
"Trojan" Hawson Is spending a
week at Montavesta, while Mr. and
Mrs. C. T. Kawson are at the Carni
val In Portland.
Mrs. C. E. Mcintosh spent a week
at The Dalles, returning Wednesday
on the morning train.
Mrs. Q. U. Welch went to The
Dalles with Mrs. Robert Cooper, on
her return trip, to make a visit.
Mr. and Mrs. .S. A. Helmer and fam
ily took In the Kose Festival and re
turned Saturday, after a very pleas
ant trip to their home at Mt. Hood.
Mr. Cbapln and sister are taking In
the Rose Carnival.
Mr. Garbade's new residence Is
fast nearlug completion.
Mr. Nels Hagen was so unfortu
nate as to lose a valuable horse last
Mr. ( has Snider Is looking over the
Willamette valley with a view to lo
Mr. I. Hale was seriously injured
Id a runaway on Rooth Hill last
The Loyal Rereans were enter
tained by the Misses Roles on Tues
Mr. and Mrs. Iewls are rejoicing
over the ad veut of a little daughter
In their home.
Mrs. H. E. Red field has returned j
from a pleasant ten days' outing
with friends and relatives la Port-1
land and Newlterg.
Mr. and Mrs. Ceo. Smith, of Plue
drove, spent last Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. O. H. Hill, enjoying a pic
nic dinner In the woods.
The Prlscllla Club held Its regulnr
meeting on Thursday last with Mrs.
Ralph Johuson. A delightful after
noon was enjoyed by all present.
The Willow Flat friends of Mrs.
Warren Wells take this means of ex
tending to her and her children their
heartfelt sympathy in their recent
Mr. Frank Masser has shipped hfs
new car to Portland, preparatory to
an extended tour to Seaside, Astoria,
anil Springfield. He is accompanied
by his wife and son.
Four young people from the First
Christian Church In Hood River have
organized a Sabbath School which
meets at three o'clock every Sunday
afternoon In the school house. The
attendance last Sunday was fifty
live, a most gratifying result to all
.1. E. Elliott and Farley visited at
Mrs. Eva Rellamy, of Menominee,
Is visiting In Portland this week.
Frank Elliott, of Wyeth, visited at
the parental home on Phelps ereek,
E Shelly Morgan will move his fam
ily up from Portland to their ranch
on Phelps creek this week.
Mrs. John McCustlan, of Ruthton,
visited relatives and attended the
carnival In Portland last week.
Owen and Edward Gray, also one
of Sam Heppner's bcys nreconveles-
clng from an attack of measles.
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Rash and Mr.
and Mrs. (). D. Patrick, of Husum.
Wash., were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
R. S. Cohoon Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Eastman anil daugh
ter Winnie visited at the home of
('has. Gray Sunday. Lots of tee
cream was one feature of the enter
tainment. Mrs. George Stokey nnd little
daughter visited with her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Noble, over Sunday.
She returned to her home at Wyeth
Mr. and Mrs. John Radcliff and two
younger children left Monday in. tru
ing for a visit with relatives and
friends in Illinois. Mr. Radcliff re
cently sold his ranch near the llel
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
C. D. Real, an expert omhardlst of
Hood River, will have charge of the
J. M. Papst fruit ranch, two miles
E. Fish, two miles north of here,
reports his orchards In good condi
tion for record-breaking crops. He
asserts that frost did not Injure any
of his fruit trees, and that his peach
and pear crops will be above the av
Two bold fishermen can lie seen
dally at the falls with long poles and
sturgeon hooks, attempting to cap
ture the salmon as they are making
their perilous leap. After many
trials a half-dozen Hull are landed,
some measuring !t) Inches.
The run of salmon, comprising the
steel-head, brown-back and silver
side varieties, Is attracting consider
able attention when the lish attempt
to leap the falls of the White Salmon
river at this point. In order to be
successful, the lish must make a Hy
ing leap of 12 feet, which Is accom
plished by many.
Water power wheels are being
used by different ranchers along the
White Salmon river for Irrigation
and domestic purposes. One of these
wheels will pump water for Irrigating
the -lOacre tract of J. M. Papst. The
entire tract has been planted to po
tato's this year, between tin- rows
of joung apple trees.
Dr. N. Johnson ami wife returned
Friday evening from the Rose show.
Most of the visitors returned Sat
urday evening from the Rose Festi
val and all report a good time.
The Sunday morning hour for the
Mosler Sunday School was taken by
exercises by the children to remem
Iter Children's Day.
P. L. Arthur and wife arrived Fri
day evening and will have house
keeping rooms In the E. N. Stroiip
building. They were met at the
depot amid a shower of rice.
A movement was made Sunday to
unite the Methodist and Raptlst
churches, ns well as all others who
worship at the Raptlst, and hire one
minister to preach. Rev. Hnrgreavcs,
of Hood River, attended the meeting
and In his pleasing way explained
how the work could be carried on.
The pulpit will be supplied until a
minister ran Is- stvured.
Those who left here June i for the
Rose Festival are as follows: .Nir.
Morgan and family, II. Real ami son,
Mayde Farrls, Austin llh-ox, liella
Mokoe and Mr Julius, I'anlel rlu-
patrlck, and Elmer I-arris.
CURRENT DOINGS IN
The Children's Day Exercises of the
Congregational Sunday School will
be held next Sunday morning at 11
The Christian Eudeaver Society of
the Culted Rretbren church Invites
the young people of the churches
joining In the union Sunday evening
services, so meet with them Sunday
evening, June Is, at 7:1.1. The choir
will be glad to have all who will as
sist In the Sunday evening chorus to
meet at the church after Wednesday
evening prayer meeting, about !)
The Men's I'rotherliooil of the I.
R. church, recently organized by the
pastor, Rev. J. U Parsons, held its
second regular meeting In the reading
room of the gy iniiasiiim Friday even
ing. After the routine business was
disposed of the features were an en
tertaining paper by Ia-Ro.v Arm
strong. In which he discussed the ad
vantages of organizations of that
character. Mr. Armstrong's paper
was followed by an address by Col.
G. D. Woodworth, his topic being,
"What I saw In Mexico". These
lirotlierhood meetings will be held
one" a month during the summer,
with a program.
Methodist Church Notes
The mid-week prayer meeting will
lie held at the home of Dr. Kdglng
ton. These cottage prayer meetings
are proving very successful.
The Ladles Aid will entertain the
members and friends Thursday after
noon at the home of Mrs. F. E. Jack
son. A pleasant afternoon Is assured
those who attend.
Sunday morning the Woman's For
eign Missionary Society will have
charge of the services. Mrs. Suther
land, who Is a missionary recently
returned from India and a speaker of
Interest, will give an address.
Sunday morning. June 2.1, has lieen
set apart for Children's Day at the
church. The pastor will preach es
pecially for the children and the choir
will consist of the little ones. A cor
dial Invitation Is extended to all
f irst Christian Church Notes
The members of the Christian
church ami their families, who reside
in the vicinity of Odell, will meet for
a social evening next Thursday nt
the home of Mr. ami Mrs. E.T. Folts.
I'.lble School services will be held
as usual at Duke's Valley Sunday at
Ilp.m. After the Rlble School ses
sion Rurlelgh ('ash will preach. The
male ipiartette will sing.
The men of the church am their
friends will hold a rally In the church
parlors next Friday at S. p. m.
Speeches, music, line fellowship and
good tilings to eat will be the order
of the evening.
There will be the usual morning
services next Sunday. The congre
gation will join in the union services
at the I nlted lin-thren church at
night. The V. S. P. E. will also
meet with the society of the I'. R.
Raptlst Church Notes
Sunday School nt !:.K).
Morning worship at 11 o'clock.
Evening praise service at H o'clock.
Rev. HargreiiveH will preach morn
ing and evening.
The Young People's Sisdety of the
FIRM MAKES DEALS IN
Devlin & Flrebaugli report a fair
demand for growing orchards, and
have closed up the following deals
since June 1:
Forty-five acres partially Improved
and set to young orchard, In the
Hood River Valley, to John W.
Palmer, of this city, for a considera
tion of fJO.OOO.
Ten acres of Mosler View orchards
to .latins A. Hackett, formerly of Il
linois, and Dr. Win. t'avanagh, of
A number of eastern buyers of
these lands have already moved on
the property and have taken posi
tions with Hood River Orchard Land
Co. on their new townslte at Ortley,
which is building up quite rapidly,
among the projected Improvements
being a $I.1.IMHI hotel, plans for which
are now being drawn by a local ar
chitect. JEWELER ADVOCATES
Adopt a 24 hour clock with the
dial having 21 numerals, and do
away with this A. M. and P. M.
handicap. Insist upon the railways
using this type of a timepiece, and
tlieu make all the railways of the
Cnlted States have but one time for
the whole country, Instead of four
time divisions as at present. Such Is
the work which the venerable Charles
T. 1 1 igglnbot ham, consulting super
intendent of tlie South Rend Watch
Company, of South Rend, hid., has
set about achieving.
Marriage Licenses Issued Past Week
Joseph Fried and Nellie Dell.
Newton Sexton and Inez A. Lester.
Mrs. F. E. Dano has returned to
her home at The Dalles, after a few
days' visit with relatives.
Raptlst church will hold a social on
theOrdwny lawn, Relmont road, to
night. At the evening service the subject
will be "The Man who was honest In
great and small matters." A fair
discussion of the matter of business
honesty. A cordial Invitation Is ex
If the weather is warm next Sim
day evening arrangements will prob
ably be m ule for an out door service
at the I'.aptlst church on the Heights.
If this Is done It will be where nutos
can easily lino up.
0-W, R. & N. COMPANY
W EST BOUND
No. 9. Fwit Mail (no passengers) 4:fO A. M.
So. 8. Portland Flyr 6:10 "
Mo. 7. Portland Iwal 7:4S "
No. S. Orron A Wanhinirton F.xprma 8:!i0 "
Nail. Boo-Spokan-I'ortland :2S "
Not 1. Portland Ixn-al :X P. M
Kh 17. Chicas-o Limitod 6;4S "
No. 2. Pendloton boral 10:30 A. M.
No. If). Oregon and Wanh. Limited ...11:M "
No. . The DallMl Loral :27 P. M.
No. 10. Fat Mail, no panMnirfni (125 "
No. 4. Oregon A Wanhinirton KxrMMlO:20 "
Nail Hio-Hpokane- Portland I0:5T, "
No. 4. Walla Walla Pamwnirar 12 S6 "
Tramft number S, R, II and 17 make no ptopa be
tween Hood Kiver and Portland. Pawnirera for
local point muat take traina 7 and 1.
Train 4, 12 and ID itopa only at The Dallea, Arl
ington. Umatilla and Pendleton. Pawtencer for
points between Hood River and Pendleton muat
take traina No. 2, 6 and ft.
For further Information Inquire at ticket ofTIca
J. H. rRLDKICY, Agent.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF IHE
BUTLER BANKING COMPANY
at Hood Kiver. in the State of Oregon, at the
close of business June 7th, 1911.
uuwoa uiu uiKuunu I rj3S,17y.3I
Overdraft, secured and unsecured 6.1W7.H1
Bonus and warrant 8.6Tj9.66
Banking house, furniture and fix 5.5H6.74
Other real estate owned None
Due from banks (not reserve banks)... 175.38
Due from approved reserve banks 68.742.W
Checks and other cash items 1.693.30
Exchsnges for clearing house 8.5C3.63
Cash on hand 26.540.16
Capital stock paid in f
Undivided profits, less expenses and
Due to banks and bankers
Individual deposits subject to check
Demand certificates of deposit
Cashier' checks outstanding
Time certificate of deposit
Notes and bills rediscounted
Bills payable. Including certificates of
dpposit for money borrowed
Liabilities, other than those above
State of Or. -gun. County of Hood River, as. I
Truman Butler. Cashier of the above-named bank.
do solemnly swear that the above statement is
true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
TRUMAN BUTLER. Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me thia 12th day
of June. 191 L F. A. BlHiior.
E. H. French
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
THE H000 RIVER BANKING & TRUST CO.
At Hood River in the State of Oregon, at the close
of business June 7, 1911:
Loans and discounts f 56.244.92
Overdraft, secured and unsecured 1,267.32
Bonds, and warrant 1.750.00
Stocks and other securities 1,060.00
Banking house and lot 12.49M.49
Furniture and fixture 4.053.57
Other real estate owned None
Due from banks (not reserve banks) . . None
Due from approved reserve banks 27.664..ri(l
Checks and other cash items 609.24
Cash on hand 4.9K4.17
Capital stock paid in $ 26.000.00
Undivided profit less expenses and
taxe paid 208.92
Dividends unpaid None
Due to haaka and banker None
Deposits due State Treasurer 4.000.00
Individual deposits subject to check 67,967.78
Demand certificates of deposit 467.16
Certified check 69.20
Cashier's checks outstanding None
Time certificate of deposit 2.694.40
Savinga deposits 9,724.83
Bill payable, including certificate of
deposit for money borrowed Non
Total $ no.032.29
Stale of Oregon, County of Hood River, a. I,
R. W. Pratt. Cashier of the atiove-named bank, do
solemnly swear that the above statement is true
to the best of my knowledge and belief.
R. W. PRATT. Cashier.
Silbscrilicd and sworn to before me this 12th day
of June, 1911. J. M. S. iimki.tzkr.
J. W. Cm-KI.AND
C. (J. Pratt,
C. H. Stranaiian.
14 Oak St
House and Yard Cleaning
Ashes, empty cans and all rubbish re
moved at once, on order
liousecleanlng, cooking or chopping
wood done on demand
YAM A & KAWA
Tflphon between 7 and 10 p. m.
It pays to advertise.
is what "Teddy" will,say when
he calls to see you some eve
ning. Of course you'll have
to "show him" thatJiYa
and bulbs from here that you
are using1. Great men the
world over acknowledge the
superiority of our work. Ma
terial used is always the best.
HAVE US DO
DEAN & SHAW
Office Phone 3
HENRY N. HACKETT
.-lit Kinds a' Subdividing
. ecu run (lint run teed
I 'hone I. Residence, 245-K
C. G. VAN TRESS
A. W. ONTHANK
Dealer in CITY PROPERTY
Legal Papers carefully drawn.
Money loaned on F irst Mortgages
('Ire Insurance in best Companies.
Surety Bonds of all kinds.
Stenography and Typewriting.
Business promptly attended to.
306 Oak Street Houd Hirer
Kent S Garrabrant
Spaulding's Sporting Goods
All Kinds of Soft Drinks
Osk Street, opposite Smith Work. Hood River.
Kutane and Tokyo Diahen.
Oak Street, Horner 1st
The W. G. Aldred Co.
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