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THE HOOD RIVER NEWS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1G, 1911
BOOSTER CLUB GIVES
Tlx- I'.iiohtiT ( lull TifJi 1 1 lz- 1 laxt
Hirinu with roum In tin' Ynutic
liiillilliit;, nni- n fnrvwHI (lftnuiiNt ni
I Ion ami lntniu't In lioimrof I-rrlll
I ifWwllllJJ. Hit- lif itH Uliiwt flit lilli-I.IH
tie iiii'IiiIxtm, I'rl'lay evt'iiiiiK- Tin'
ili'iiioiiHtnitliin u an iH i iiNloiit'il liy
1 tie fact that Mr. icMiMiii In iili.mt to
li'.'ivc town fur California.
Tin' rtrrptli mi wii clvi'ii Mr. ili-ex-liny
at tlit'ilnti mum follownil I y a
milHlral irocrain. Tin' iniinl'trn
nre jrlvrn li.v id. CIi.iihIIiT, .lolin-
iilt iray. Irwin I'.trki r ami A. I.
l.ot-tlii-r. I.attT tli" I'arty. wliiih
ioiiiiIxtim) 4'i, ailjouriifcl to I nrker
I'.nw., hIhti'iiii nciu'tiziiiK lmniui't
wan MtTvt'd. ituriiiK the rotirnt-H tin1
(Mii-nt of t lit- evening anil la in) Hi' 1 1 th
wi'iv t'tit'Ttatiifil w ith Heveral iiiuhI
ral Hclit tloiiH Afterward Mr. if
llnC rtvt'lvi'il the 'xirt'wlon of iv
j! ret at liix li-avliiK town from t lu
men) Ix-rn of thei'lut) ami alno their
lH't wIshfH for. prosperity In the fu
Thone iiresient were. 1'. Sorey. K.
I ranz, II. Hortley, .1. Ctirihow, H.
Canhow, K. 1'urMnn, M. J ay tie, B.
layne, W. Chatxller, .1. ira.v, M.
Moore, H. I'liilllpH. C. Shaw, C. Kohh,
M UetmlliiK. 1. Shively II. Stewart,
C. Morrlw, U. Imholz. V. Kent, L.
Prim-oil, H. Moe, .1. Cantner, K.
Si'uhllnr, A. Clark, J. V. Vanl'ike.
I'. Tatv, C. lioot, .1. Carnon, K. How
ard, M Copple, M. I'ineo, A. L.jeflier,
J. Copper, C. Kent, I.. (ierJeri. L.
Youu, H. Knttne, J. Kruerer, H.
The eluli, which In cotnpowii of the
live j'ounn liunliieHtt tnen about town j
Im fur the purpowe of promoting ath
letlcH and 1h Int-onilnr popular. It
expect tonhortly furulch It room
' Yea Won't
'.3 f.l c crown broken
t .'l, cr j c: ', i-uVeyou a
l.: ot:',:';-i v. .1 ci.. L-ks a
::..:3i To:; c-:...--..
y.o'.'..'.rz to arrrrn's sp-1-:znc:
r..cr; t':-n v.:...;, even
t.f.h, ll-.c'ra r'-crlutely
' r.ccc:cr.-'.): v. rrrir.'j lc:uty.
j A-t.c c m r y t - o : '-l r a stca,
t f owZz. i l: Z . ;:-.c3 . cell wa
I rrec!a:' t'.:c-t.1 Kcxall
Jnti: 7"jc. 'l totvdar.
It nu.'..-. - tr-: pear';', eweet
ens I lrc;-.h, cleanses the
nou'.!i i-.i destroys perms.
Sold w..'i i'.js rieiail puarante;.
Large, decorated tin box, 25c
S3.00 ladies' Waists SI.98
In White Wash Silks with peasant
sleeves and hemstitched sailor collars
and patch pockets, both with colored
hems; beautiful, new $3.00 01 Q Q
Waists, just received. Sp'L. wlijO
Also White Marquisette Waists, em
broidered in Coral and Copenhagen
French knots; $3.00 Waists, PI no
special this week gliJO
First Shipment ol Ladies' Fall Coats Received gSu SSJ E
every week from the best New York Suit Houses. They are right in every
way. Wo are showing some of the new and popular Polo and Auto Coats, also
English Sli-Ons this week.
Bragg Mercantile Co.
Aaml tor Amrrii
hMndnoinely. .1. V. VanlMke, day
t-lerk at the Motel Oregon. It pie-l
dent of the organization, and Chan
Shaw, secretary treasurer.
Amihkw J n kiv 1!.m
Andrew .larknon Hand. ln'ttiT
known an ".I nek" K.niil died at hit
home near thlt eit.v W e.lnetday.
aired over v! yearn. Tin' eante if
hit death wat lockjaw, which
developed tome time atfo Imt wat
not diteovered until it wat too late
to tave hit life.
The hardy oh! pioneer w ho had
teen and experienced ttreuiloiit timet
In the early day of the wettrrn
country, wat horn In Steutieiiville.
I Ohio, 1'eliruary 14th, He w at
! t w iee married, hit tirtt wife liearlni;
him elulit ehlldren. several of w hom
survive. In 1 !." he wa atralii mar
ried at Hood Klver to Mr. .1 .ihn
Itand. who with t wo grandchildren,
lxnvin hi Ohio home In earh
life Mr. Kand came to the plaint and
wa a scout, hunter and trapper for
a nnmlierof year. Heltcredlted with
Kiildlm; more miner to the jrold
held In the Black Hill country dur
ing the miuiutf excitement than any
man of hit time and wat an Intrepid
and skillful hunter. Some year ao
he acquired the property eatt of
town, where he resided at the time of
hi death, and devoted the rett of
hi life to fruitgrowing and garden
ing. HI tall, ungainly figure wa a
familiar one about town and he wa
known to a large circle of old resi
dent of Vaco ami Hood Klver
Funeral service were held W'edne.
day at Bartmes Chapel, conducted
by Kev. J. K. Parson. Burial wat
In Idlewilde Cemeterv.
Copy for advertisements MUST be
In the office by Monday NOUN.
'On Dy for All (hods'
Dy-O-La Dye are modern
dyet. Any Dy-O-La Dye will dye
any kind of goods, whether wool,
iik, cottoo or mixed goods. The
results are certain and always
. gratifying. We carry all colors
and guarantee every package of
Dy-O-La. 10c. a package.
for "ACHOBAI" Crilldrrn'n
"I dyed all the.e dif. Kik
fereot goods with the v&Zyk
tame dye. I uie nvtAu
Dy-O-La Dye.." yj hffjM
Specials This Week
50c Neckwear, Special 28c
Jabots, Byron, Sailor and Dutch Col
lars in all white and white colored
borders and cords, in all the new
shapes :tZ) in regular f)n
3oc to 50c values, this week... UU
$1.25 Chamois Wash Gloves 98c
.75 Chamoisette Gloves 48c
.25 Wash Belts, Pearl Buckles. 10c
1.G5 Wash Hand Bags.... 98c
$1.00 Auto Scarfs in Plain and Sell Figured-Special,
m'm tiMt lnllor.l-Mriiurr Mrn's.
TO APPEAR HERE
The Symphony Concert Trio, an
aggregation that I spoken of very
highly by the press, will give an en.
tcrtalnnif nt here Tuesday evening.
August ".'LM, under the auspice of the
I. oval Berenn Bible lias, at the
The performer Include Mis Kath
erlue Trevette, Keeltlst and Imper
sonator. A Chicago pa per state
tli it Mi Trevette, nudteiice there
wat delighted with her Impertona
ation. Then then' 1 Mr. Krnest F.. Fit
simmous, a violinist of rare tech
nique and expression. "Mr. Fitic
Himinon urprlsed the audience ly
hi masterful Interpretation of til til -cult
rendition," say a newspaper
in the middle west where he gave a
The vocal numlH-nt on the program
will be given by I.oul He Yolgnes,
a young man who ha already at
tracted wide attention a a. ulnger
The admission to the entertain
ment will le .'!." aud 20 cent. Tick
et may be procured from tnemlier
of the da.
Valley Christian Church Notes
The Ladle Aid meet thl week at
the home of Mr. Mcintosh of Fast
The standard for singing I going
up each week. Sunday Mis (ilady
Keuvls shoved It up about teen
Next Sunday morning the Live
Wire will meet at their uual hour,
ten o'clock, but there will be un pub
lic service. However, the forum
will continue In the evening. The
committee on forum met after church
but no announcement was made as
to who the speaker would be.
The forum last Sunday evening
wn not tan well attended n uual,
due, probably, to the Inclement
weather. Attorney Jaytie, of Hood
klver, wa the speaker of the even
ing. He gave, chiefly, hi view on
religion, principally the fallacy of the
c tin re he holding back from church
union. "How more than foolish,"
he said, "to have forty or more de
nomination when they all believe
Supt. Boyce Instituted a plan In
Sunday school this week to Increase
the Interest and attendance. Fach
Sunday one cla" will have charge of
the session, a tine pennant to be given
to the das that ha the best pro
gram. The contest start Sunday,
August 1'7, with the Loyal Son In
charge of the school. A meeting of
the Loyal Sons has been called for
Wednesday evening at the church to
start preparations for the special
program. Loyal Son.
The evangelistic meeting will con
tinue each evening this week and all
day next Sunday. Fvangellst Tom
(iraliam preaches the gospel In Its
simplicity and without fear or favor,
and Miss Allen sing in the sweet nens
and power of the Spirit. Come and
We solicit the cooperation of all
earnest Christians In these meetings
for the purpose of helping people to
know the Lord .lesu Christ n their
C. F. Pkkuy, Pastor.
We print our paper MOMMY'S and
TL'LSDAYS. Copy required Monday.
Wo's. utt Mnusvs
vt th It. bites and
stings cf insects, stiff
neck and Um back
anould bo treated with
ivy poiwonmK, bwcuiih
It neutralli.M poisons, sub
dues inflammation, relaxes con
tracted musi-Ua and restores
healthy conditions. For heal
ing cuts, wounds, burns or
scalds, there 1 nothing Ilka It
In the wholo list of curative
airents. It curus by a mild
power that U mora effective
than the str.mfr. harsh lini
ments. When rubbed In for
rheumatic paln. neuralgia or
sciatica, its wonderful penetrat
ing and relieving Influence la
very gratifying. It is an all
around household liniment that
Is useful in a thousand ways
and its application Is always
followed bv beneficial results.
Price SSe, BOe aod S1.00.
JameiF. Ballard. Prop. St.Louis.Mo.
Use Stephens Eye Salve for
sore Eyes, u burcs.
Soto Amo RcrosiMitNOioBy
CI IAS. N. CLAKKK
Wants Mail Route Again
Killtor News. From these jiarts of
the wooiIh, IiIUh, nml hollows, whut
Ik known aa Middle Valley, Oregon,
and not nit I' tali, we are In a liad fix
with our mall. 1'tah hax knocked
Willow Flat and Middle Valley clean
out of our old mail route. Thin
route was the llrot one In Hood Klv
er, and the first one out of Joint, just
through our little saw mill here In
Middle Valley, ltrothers and liroth-
er In-law did It ntnl did ft well, Kod.
They set up a little one horse l I)
at Odell, you ee In a co-operation
store Just to draw trade from Wil
low Flat. What looks liad Is this,
the F. I). No. 1 Koes half around, a
mile west and south of that 1'. O.
Also Fncle Samuel, away with that
1. (). In Odeli, and lve our mall
route hack to us, we are entitled to
It. I tah knows that.
John IV lln I.HTHOM,
From Finland Ioiik time iitfo.
Goes East, Retnrns W ith Bride
Marshall L 1, superinten
dent for the Baltimore Orchard Com
pany and Miss F.stelle Jaycox, of
Cold Spring, X. V., were married at
the home of the bride Sunday, July
3uth, and arrived at Hood Klver,
where they will make their home,
August 6th. .Mr. Osgood, who has
resided at Hood Klver for something
over u year recently went east and
gave his friends the pleasant surprise
of returning with a lirlde. Mr. and
Mrs. Osgood will resld.) on the prop
erty of which Mr. Osgood has charge.
Seemed to Give Him a New Stomach
,-I suffered Intensely after eating
and no medicine or treatment I tried
seemed to do any good," writes H.
M. Youngpeters, Fditor of The Sun,
Lake View, Ohio. "The first few
doses of Chainlierlalu'H Stomach and
Liver Talilets gave me surprising rt
lief and the second liottle seemed to
give me a new stomach and erfectly
good health." For sale by all
Will Have Hard Winter
We had a tnlld winter last will
have a hard one this winter. Don
put off liu.vlng your wood until Its
nine dollars per cord, Imt liny good
oak now at $."i..r0. Conaway Merc.
Co., l'hone Odell 1!1.
Four Foot Oak $3.50
Place your order for wood now
while the roads are good and It can
U- hauled. Oood four foot oak at
$."i.."i. Conaway Merc. Co. Phone
W ood For Sale
flood four foot oak wood f.'i.'iO per
cord delivered. Conaway Merc. Co.
Phone Odell .
I. II. Me'iregor, tine of Sherman
county s prominent citizens, was
here Saturday, accompanied l.v Mrs.
MVOregor and her daughter, who had
Just arrived from Minnesota. The
party were the guests of W. J. Da
vidson, and were taken for a sight
seeing trip around the valley.
Yin porVrt lU midOeman'l prffl. W trll to
nytrvlr Hirl tmm our owa Us factory. CjaJily
SliartntMd to Jams.
SOME REGULAR CATALOG PRICES:
Bungalow Of Craftamaa Door . . 1.80
Coltac Front Doors op from 2.2S
Faocr Front Door up from . . B OO
Fancf Front Windows up from . 2.7S
Wmdowt and Claw oan-third laaa.
Wo ship prompllr aarwhara. La' M
aatimato vow bill and fraisht.
SEND POSTAL for CATALOG No. 82
O. B.WILLIAMS CO.
ISO FIRST AVE. SOUTH, SEATTLE
A Basket of Goodness
Well I. faz
is a basket of our Fine Groceries,
We guarantee the perfect purity
of every article we sell, and
pride ourselves upon the rep
utation we have made for fair
and honest dealing. We keep
only the freshest and finest of
Tea, Coffee, Cocoa, Butter,
Epgs, Flour, etc., and challenge
comparison of qualities at equal
prices. If you are not already
dealing here, you are robbing
yourself of many sources of sat
J. M. Wood
HENRY N. HACKETT
.7 Kinds of Subilii'iiling
Phone 41. Residence, 245-K
R. R. BARTLETT
HOOD RIVER, OREGON
Hair f x i f c h c s
From your own comhintrs
Satiafartion Kuaranteeil Mail Orders Killed
MRS. ELSIE BLOOD
R. F. D. No. 3
HOOD RIVER, - - OREGON
W. J. BAKER
APPLE AND STRAWBERRY
LAND A SPECIALTY
Kent iS Garrabrant
Spaulding's Sporting Goods
All Kinds of Soft Drinks
Oak Street, opposite Smith Block. Hood River,
THIRTY PER CENT
of the new business written
by the Northwestern Mutual
Life Insurance Co. of Wis
consin in 1910 was received
from old policy holders. Its
enviable record for large div
idend savings produces its
exceptional low cost msur
surance. John Goldshury,
Hood River, Oregon.
jJar'a'oT''eT'oJ 'Jr B'laT r7 '
B CP. SUMNER
Opposite the Post Office
Home Phone 20
bLaVoV A A M. A A tAJLAA.
Onlrr yiMirlrW iiiMi' early nf W
V. Imliln, kllTi Seventh -.treef..
ia the pleasure haunt In this part ol the country
this summer. Its devotees rejoice to learn that
they can now ao anil come on a rraular schedule,
inuepenueni 01 ikiea. ine popular excursion
"T. J. POTTER"
leaves Portland Ash Street dock
DAILY, HXCLPT SATURDAY AND
SUNDAY, 8:30 A. M.
SATURDAYS ONLY, 1:00 P. M,
Also the steamer "HASS.M.O" leaving- Portland
daily, except Sunday, at 8.00 P. M. ISaturduy at
10:00 1 M.)
From All Points In the Northwest
Oregon-Washington Railroad & Navigation Co.
Ideal eottaire and camp life, a magnificent beach
that ia not aurpaaaed anywhere, genial and bene
ficial climate, and all the comforts of home with
out costing any more than if you remained at home
Call on or write to any O-W. HI N, air en t for
complete information; also for copy of ous Bum-
met book, "Outing In Oreiron."
General Paflsena-er Afrent. O-W. K. 4 N. Co..
P. M. MORSE
City Engineer and Surveyor
CITY AND COUNTY WORK
Heilbronner Building Houd Kiver, Orriron
Hai l Huii.dino
Hihid Kiver, Oreison
WOOD SAWED BY 6AS0LINE POWER
Oak and Slabs, 75c. Fir and Pine, 50c.
Per Cord. PHONE 220-X
A. W. ONTHANK
Dealer in CITY PROPERTY
Legal Papers carefully drawn.
Money loaned on First Mortgages
Lire Insurance In best Companies.
Surety Bonds ot all kinds.
Stenography and Typewriting.
Business promptly attended to.
906 Oak Street Hond Kiver
Kutane and Tokyo DlRhoa
Oak Street, Corner 1st
A flnnlnt nirfctnrr of mrh fit?.
Town unci Y II (rite " in OnKun nml
H tuihlnKtoiis nm m lifwerlptlvA
Hkrtch of fttfh plar, lrntion,
Hhtpplnff Fnrllltlen ant a IiimhI
f I M rr litry of carb llulaeiia
R. L. roi K 4 CO., Ine.
fRount Kooci Raifroatl
Time Til.lc No. 10. tffrciivt April 17th. 17 01 A. M.
A.M.- South Nohtm- P.M.
8.(K) Hood Kiver 3.10
8.05 I'owpnlale .3.0.r)
8.15 Switchback 2.55
8.3.5 Van I lorn 2.150
8.40 Mohrs 2.25
8.55 Odell 2.15
9.10 Summit 2 05
9.20 Hloucher 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 Woodworth 1.05
10.50 Ar. Parkdale Lv. 1.00
Sundays, north bound trim will run two hourt lat,
bov tchrdult, klvlns Parkdilt ) p. m.
A. WILSON, Agent.
C(ly for ailvcrtlwincnlH miiHt Im-
In the olllco ly Mondiiy noon.
"Press the Button."
That's what we say when we
want anything. The "button"
won't respond unless you have
Our work insures you ajrainst
defective appliances and bad
like our work are jruaranteed
the lest to be had. Knjjajre us.
DEAN & SHAW
Office Fhone 3
CIVIL l".N(ilNI:LR AM) SURVLYOK
Hrosii-s III I I1N1 HlK)D Kivkr
A. C. BUCK
Notary Public and Insurance
Kmim 12. llnwiu Illot k
Hoil Hirer. Oreiron
Till: CALUMIiT MOTHL
l.Vi l'ark St., l-lw.rn Murrinon and Alder
Firnmf.f mm Mmlrrn ronvfni.'nr4; tnv nhnnM
hot ami mM rtinmiikr wattT. etc.. in all rfnm
SiHTial pi i miner rati to fannl.e vimtiiiff I'urt-
lami. iraiiHipnt ratin f jut day. Humntwa
h.uic ami theatre within live iiunntert' walk.
9 rw hua or w car at IH-.aut.
C. G. VAN TRESS
14 Oak SI.
YAMA & KAWA
T-l-.hnn Mwivn 7 and 10 p. m.
The W. G. Aldred Co.
EXCAVATING AND GRADING
HOOD R1VIZR, ORLGON
OVER 6S YEARS'
W f rf " COYRIQHT AC.
Anron T,rltnf a ktrh anrl riiwrrlptlnn ma
faiteklf aortatn nur optmon fr whether an
Invmill'tn t prohahlr puirnfnhio, oniniunlra.
tUmaairlcdf o.mnilim(al. HANDBOOK on l'ainta
nt fra. H1at atranev for aMfurinit palatita
I'aimita fakmi lhroifh Miinn A (a twemirm
tptriiti n(tc, without charva. In th
A hsndsnmAlr tlln.trntfMl wklf l.arrMt rlr
rulmliin nf anr n-iHiitmr h.nrnitl. T rmn SI a
r-r: f..tir monlha II. W..I.1 brail nnw.rtoi.ri,.
MUNN & Co.38"""--' New York
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