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THE HOOD RIVER NEWS, WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 16, 1911
The Imll jrnuif Suniliiy Utuifii
Hood Klvt-r Hinl the Portland ("ol
uri'il (ilitntw rwiilted la a walkover
fT the liH'itl Imivh, their iluwk.v op
iinentH tietiiK ho far oiitclaxneil that
t lu-re wan not Mntf to It. Hart upil
Hall were the hatter.v for Hood lilv
rr, ami the former played with the
rliiicolnte tilled hall toHscr at 111"
will. Although tive hit are re
corded a;aii)i-t Hart after t lie first
frw 1 ii it I ii lie tlhl not exert himself
eeept wlu-n In a tlpht pilli'li, ami
then there wan nothing hilt nrlcf for
the dlriple of the sunny south.
Hood lifter pounded the leather
for eleven lilt and a iiuiuIkt of theiu !
two Ixicers Kleven run were
mured ly the home team while the
iii ihonanv loy drew a larire ami
juiey ifinwH The ilaut tried i
t o sll men liu t hot h were pounded ,
all around the lot. In one Inning 1
only two Hood Kiver men were put !
out luit the latter were tired rhaxllitf
around the bases nnd made no kirk.
The Kami' was well attended, and
ri'-t withtandin; it one wldednen
w ;u not without Interest a the live
ly hatting maile work for the fielder
affordlntf seetators considerable
sport. The playlnjr of Hall wan a
feature of the sitting, hi harp pep
kIiik to liae and work at the home
plate keeping the visitors from scor
ing. Thepame put up hy the home
aggregation wa good all around
and It I doubtful If Hood Iilver ever
had a llg a bunch of likelv player
ax It now possesses.
The line up of the Hood River
team wa a follow: Hall, c ; More
ll : Castner. If ; Coontr., .; t'hand
ler. 2dt.: Cate. if ; Tate, :M1.; Moore,
rf.; Hart, p.; IMppl.v, of.; Caron and
iray ubtltute fielder.
Next Sunday Hood IUver will play
the J a pa new College team.
Badly Injured by Logging Cable
J. Murray and S. Hradley. employ
ed at Ureeu Point by the .Stanley
Smith Lumber Company were seri
ously Injured Tuesday by lielng hit
by a logging cable. A conveyance
w;u4 telephoned for and I'aul Hub
bard lu hi K. M. F. accompanied by
lr. liumtile, made Jt he trip to the
point In .V minute.
Kxamlnatlon showed that Iirad
ley wa paralyzed from hi waist
down and that Murray had sustain
ed severe Injuries to hi neck. Both
men were taken to Cottage Hospital
The Loyal Uerean Class of the
Christian I'.ible School will hold an
Icecream soclul on the lawn of W. H.
Ivugh, Thurday evening, A liquet
17th. You nre cordially Invited.
NEW FALL SUITS
Our NEW PALL SUITS Made By
HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX
are now in and ready for your inspection. The
same superior style, quality and workmanship
that has made these suits so popular is embodied
in these new 1912 models. Backed by the strong
est guarantee that can be given with any suit and
knowing, as we do, that this guarantee means
just what it says, why should you look further?
We want you to come in and let us show you.
You do not have to buy. We just want you to
see how superior these suits are.
We are also offering some exceptionally big
bargains in our broken lots of Suits. We sell you
a man's Suit Coat, Vest and Pants for only
$2,93, $4, 63, $5, 50, $3,00, $10,00 AND UP
Boys' School Suits
See what a splendid line of Boys' School Suits
we have this year. The largest assortment in the
city, and our prices are the lowest.
SngflfiOcfcC, School Days Bring Many Problems
fiiMlf liiViVMiliiiiiiiTMilill-"" Voil nwe It tr vnnr r1i!Urfn tr c tliir tlipv irp ve 1Ypsspi1 find
You owe it to vour children to see that thev are well dressed and
comfortable. How can it be done on the least money ? Stockings have
been the greatest trouble. You know the kind that look well until the
first recess. If your boy is the right kind of boy, he plays so fast he
forgets all about his stockings. To grow he must play that way. Give
him the kind of stockings that take care of themselves
I.eap-fro, hor-scotc!i, foot ball, and many other games need have no terrors for the mother who
his bou ;lit lier scrt CJ2ti . Let him scuffle, slide, jump all over the play prouml no strain, no
li.iles, no ravel. 's'liee ..ji.wm:.1 stockings nre made from Wundervarnj dyed with Wunderdye.
Wuuderyjrns arc cpu.i fru:n t:e !.:ri;est aad toughest cotton fibre known. They ure twisted nnd combed
until tlit-y hae t!iu nren:;tli ot ru,tf, i;li t'.ie "teel'' of silk. Only double threads of Wunderyarn no
tingle ones whatever are used in f5Tnho'tnrnc.. The heels, toes and knees are reinforced, and remember
Ibe strength of re-inforcin j arr.s docs not deiend on the thickness. That is one of the reasons why the
heels and toes of fjS&Jejfc are so soft and pliable and yet so strong. In ffllrhtV'Aroft families the
mother helps her children with their books when other mothers are slaving with the darning needles.
Security orJ.Buster Brown School Shoes
for boys and girls. Spappy, strong and neat. It
shoe economy to buy these makes.
Our first shipment of Misses and Children's Dresses
for fall are now in and ready for you to select
from. Just the thing for school wear.
HAMMOCKS. Now is the time for you to supply yourself with a
nice Hammock. We have a nice line to choose from and you will get all kinds
of comfort out of one of these, even though the season is getting late. Here is a
chance for you to save a neat little bit on your hammock purchases.
$1.25 Hammocks, now $ .96
1.10 " " 8
$2.25 Hammocks, now $1.80
5.00 " 4.00
Uhe PARIS FA
THE STORE THAT
SAVES YOU MONEY
E. L. Hoot moved tils fiinill.v Into
town Friday nnd will make thU
Mrs. Higley went to Hood Mver
the fore part of the week and pur
chased a new piano.
We bear August 5 In going to be
clean-up day. Well, good for that
day as there is room for Homework
The Misses M. nnd A. Shogren
spent Sunday with their brother, I-'.
A. Shogren, and looking after their
Mr. Iiaoe received word the first of
the week that bin father wan very ill
In El Paso, Texas, and he with bU
wife left to be Ht bin bedside.
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
Clias. N. Clarke
Hood River :: :: Oregon
J. M. SCHMELTZER
F. A. BISHOP
HOOD RIVER ABSTRACT COMPANY
"Accuracy" is Our Motto
OffUt In New Hellbronner building Phone 23 Hood klver, Oregon
Prune packing In on In full force,
but the crop In not as largi an former
yearn, no It in not expected the pack
ing will lant long.
Rev. Hargreaves had an bin nub
jeet Sunday at the Irutuanuel church
'The Ideal Home", which wan lln
tened to with Interest by the large
The campern are returning, the
lant on the lint to return are Spearn,
iMmnmore, llodgen and I'hllllpn, who
came Sunday looking an if they bad
had the lient of tlmen.
I). J. Cooper and wife, of The Dulled
attended the noclal nt the home of
Alex Stewart Weduenday evening.
Mr. and Mm. Cooper were on their
way to vlnit their nun Kenneth and
Mm. Maggie .lonen and friend, Minn
Agni-w, of New York City, who have
npeut the pant two weekn vlnlting
wit h the former' brother, Dr. Rob
Innon, left the fore part of the week
to continue their tour of the Went.
John Denny nurprlned inont of bin
friend Tuesday evening by taking
unto himnelf a help mate, a Mm
Robinson, from Wanhlngton, being
the victim. Mr. and Mr. Denny will
make, thi their hone-, where the
groom In well known.
J. K. Johnnon and bride arrived
Thurnduy evening and have gone to
housekeeping In the Hudson roomn.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnnon are ntrangern
here but an they are to open school
here September 11, an principal and
Intermediate teacher, we extend to
them our congratulatlotin and feel
they will In u short time have many
Delayed In Transmission
M. .1. I'hllllpn left T.rlday for Call
fornla. Klmer Root and wife made Ortley
x visit Sunday.
Frank Ashley arrived Tuesday
N. N. Fields went to Portland on
business thin week.
Floyd N. Stout Is visiting Mrs.
P. C. Smith and J. P. Mlers, of ( tak
lund, ChI., are visitor here.
Raymond K. Angermajor spent a
ew days In Portland this week.
R. F. Scott, of Portland, In survey,
lug anil establishing grades It, town.
Jack Petrjamo arrived Sunday to
take charge of the blacksmith shop.
Mrs. Frank Hortenstlne ban re
turned from The Dalles, where she
ha been visiting.
Mr. liallagin, of Hood River, spent
a day here recently looking over t In
to wn and orchard.
Mr. ami Mm. Frank Old, of North
Yakima, spent an enjoyable Sunday
; here visiting friend.
I I.. D. Flrebaugh and wife spent a
day In Dufur last week. They re
port good crops In and around Du
fur. Dr. Shanard. Dean of Department
of Filueatloti of Iowa. State Culver
slty, visited here recently and pur
chased a ten acre tract. He wn ac
companied by hi sister, Kate Shan
ard. of Seattle.
Albert S. Ashley, manager of the
Mosler Commercial Club, and editor
of the Club New, spent Sunday at
Mrs. ii. D. I.oomln ami little (laugh
ter Constance, of Hood River, spent
two days visiting friend here re
cently. Little I.uclle Spnuldlng had a very
enjoyable birthday party Wednes
day. The group of nine went home
declaring they were going to have a
party when they bad a birthday.
W. S. Davidson, of Fairbanks,
Morse & Co., of Portland, spent Mon
day In looking over the ground
get ting data bo he could give an es
stimate on the water system to be
everything wan iilet at Ortley
Monday practically denerted all
going to Rowena to vote at the
school election for the purpose of
building a school house at Ortley.
It wus carried unanimoiiMly, :u to 11.
Mis Vernon Shoemaker I sojourn
ing In Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. K. T. Rolen are visit
ing In tlie Rose City for a week.
Fletcher Mighelles, of Oregon City,
1 the guest of (ieo. W. Ilutt, tills
Miss ICmma Richardson, of Pendle
ton, Is visiting at the home of H. L.
Miss F.velyn Hasbrouck I visiting
friend In Portland and will lie ab
sent for a month.
J. J. millions ha returned from a
week's stay at Seavlew. while Mr.
Millions will remain a week longer. I
Hubert Hiishrotick and (ilenn
Shoemaker are at Spray, Oregon,
Wheeler county, working lu a nursery.
The gravity system of liarrett
School district No. 4 1 Hearing com
pletion, pronounced by the State
Roard of Health to be pure.
Monroe i Opera i House
MONDAY, AUGUST 21
"They've Made the Whole
THE OLDEST AND BEST
RICHARDS & PRINGLE'S
Thousands of Dollars Invested
in its Equipment
A veritable dream of the Ara
Everybody goes to the Minslrels
they can't help it
THEY ARE CATCHING!
Dance at Pine drove
The younger member of Pine
(irove Orange announce a dance at
the (irange hall next Friday evening,
August. 1Mb. Music will be furnished
by Newman's orchentra, and the
public generally In invited to attend
Caught Thieves at Wood worth.
Two men, who have been stealing
at Woodworth station were appre
hended Saturday night and al
though their names have not been
given out It Is stated that they will
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
HOOD RIVER, OREGON
Capital and Surplus $124,000.00
Drafts and Travelers Cheques Sold on All Parts
of United States and Europe
Interest paid on time deposits
Safety Deposit Boxes
Notice of Sale For Delinquent Assessment
Notice ia hereby triven that on the llith day of
AuirufH. lull, a warrant waa duly and nirularly
I iiwued by the Rcordr of the City of HimmI Kiver,
Oregon, to me directed and deliver!, commanding-me
to forthwith advertme the proKrty men
tioned and dewnbed therein airainst which the
aMHenHment for the coet of the eunatrurtion of Di
vision H of District of the Sewer Syntem of said
city waa made, and to Hell mi id property or an
much thereof aa cap be sold separately to advn
taire, nutficient to pay aaid delinquent aAAenamen t,
together with interent, coata and disbursements
in the manner provided by law. and to return the
proceed of such sale to the City Treasurer of the
City of Horl K'ver. Oregon, and the following ia
a deecription of the property ajcaint which as
setuunent waa levied and which ia delinquent, and
Hives the name of the pemon to whom it was aa
sesfied, ami the amount of the asseHament thereon
now due, to-wit:
Lot Mock Addition Assessed to Amount CoNts
1 ! H. R. Ir. Geo. T. J'rather M.lo . oo
-2i 29 A. A. Srhenck 2.r-o 40
t Henderson a Jas McKain ti7 htt
2 7 t'arkhumt A. L Ntautfer 1 T. 40
lSlir'9' Hull'sSub, Frank Davenport ft o
2S1159 " ft, iio
2-3 B Barrett-Ripma JnoDonohueesty:j 40
Acreage, beginning lfto' west of N. K.
Cor. Block 4, I'le&xantview, and be
in 50'xloo' A. M. Beatty mjq
Acreage, Ii0'x4l3', beginning ir0' S.
and 41' h-ai-tof N K r. Block N.
Farkhurst, A. A. Schenck 2!fi .V)
Now, therefore, in pursuance of said warrant
and for the purposeof satisfying? the deltmjuent
assessment mentioneij therein, I will on Monday
the lMth day of September. l!Ml, at the hour of ten
o'clock A. M. of said day, at the front door of the
City Hall in the City of HorJ River. County of
Horrf Kiver, Stato of Oregon, proceed to sell at
public auction to the highest bidder for cash in
hand, the several tracta or parcels of an,j Hyp
mentionei). or so much thereof as can be sold sen
arately to a) vantage sufficient to pay aaid delin
quent assewment. together with the interest"
costs and disbursements provided liy law. and wil?
continue said sale from flay to day thereafter
until aaid property is sold, or so much thereof as
may be necessary to satisfy said asseHment
Iatel at Hood Kiver, Oregon, this lt!(h dav of
August, 1!1I. ROHKRT KKWIS,
Marshal of the City of Hood River. Oregon
Aua;. lSept, 13
Notice of Sale fur Delinquent Assessment
Notice is hereby given that on the llith day of
August, lull, a warrant wa duly and regularly
iswueii by the Recorder of the City of Houd River,
Oregon, to me directed and delivered, command
ing me to forthwith advertise the property men
tionetl and descriled therein against which the
assesMment for the cost of the construction of
District 'Z of Division 2 of the Sewer System uf
said city was made, and to sell said property or so
much thereof aa can be sold separately to advan
tage aiitlicient to pay aaid delinquent assessment,
together with interest, costs and disbursements
in the manner provided by law, and to return the
proceeds of Much sale to the City Treasurer of the
City of Hood River, Oregon, and the following is
a description of the property against which as
sessment was levied and which l delinquent, and
gives the name of the person to whom it was
aaseffMed, and the amount of the assessment there
on now due, to-wit:
Ut Block Addition Assessed to Amount Coat
IS H l.llewilde H. A. 1'ettis (4& IKJ $4 fal
lH-ly 9 Idlewilde .eo.Sut herland H0.D A'
5 lo Idlewilde H. T. Coleman 4.VO0 4.&0
4 10 Idlewilde H. T. Coleman 40.bT,
Now, therefore, in pursuance of said warrant
and for the purpose of satisfying the delinquent
assessment mentioned therein. I will on Monday,
the lth day of Septemler. lull, at the hour of 10
o'clock A. M.. of said day. at the front door of the
City Hall, in the City of Hsi River. County of
Hoi si River, State of Oregon, proceed to sell at
public auction to the highest bidder for cash in
hand, the several tracta or parcels of land above
mentioned, or so much thereof aa can be sold
separately to advantage sufficient to pay aatd de
linquent asesMment. together with the interest,
costa and disbursement provided by law, and
will continue naid sale from day to day thereafter
until raid property is sold, or so much thereof aa
may be necessary to natify aaid ainemiment.
1 hi ted at Hood River, Oregon, this Itith day of
August, l'.dl. RORKRT LKVYLS.
Marshall of the City of Hood River, Oregon.
Aug. lrt-.Sept. 13
Notice to Property Owners.
Notice is hereby given pursuant to provisions
of Ordinance No. :! of the City of Hood River
that the Common Council will at the Council
Chamlwrs in said City at the hour of H o'clock P.
M. on the 4th day of September, lull, proceed to
apportion the proltable cost of improving the fol
lowing named streets by grading, aa provided by
said ordinance, to the pro(crty owners therein:
Oak Street in the city of Hood River from the
Kast line of Front Street to the West line of Fifth
Street, excepting intersection on First and Oak
Streets; 'a -wade Avenue from the West, line of
First Street to the West line of Fifth Street;
Front Street from the South line of Oak Street to
the North line of State Street; First Street from
the South line of Oak Street U the North line of
State Street; Second Street from the South line of
Cascade Avenue to the North line of State Street;
Thml Street from the South line of the Oregin
Washington Railroad A Navigation Company's
right of way to the North line of State Street;
Fourth Street from the South line of Columbia
Street to the North line of State Street; Fifth
Street from the South line of Cascade Avenue to
the North line of Oak Street.
Notice is further given that all persons having
objection to said apportionment may apear at
said time and place I w fore aaid Council and be
fully heard in relation thereto. This notice ta
published for ten days in the Hod River News,
the date of the first publication being August
Itith. UUl. Aug. Hl-Aug. ;io
HAVE COMPLIED STRICTLY WITH THE
GOVERNMENT PURE FOOD LAWS IN THE
White River Flour
It Is Unbleached
S. EI. BART MESS
Funeral Director and Practical Embalmer
ESTABLISHED 18 YEARS
MOOD RIVER, OREGON
CITY ORCHARD FOR SALE IN ASHLAND, OREGON
ROGUE RIVER VALLEY
2 Acres fine Spitzenburg and Newtown apple trees, 20
years old. Crops sold for an average of $1,100 per
year for the paft four years. Apples now on tree worth
considerably more. City Water irrigation. Only ten
minutes walk from school and church. Four blocks
above paved slreet. Splendid residence city; ideal climate
Address the owner 0. H. BARNHILL, Ashland, Oregon
August loth to September 9th
The great event of the year. It celebrates the coming of white settlers
In 1911. A splendid program for thirty days. Historic buildings nnd
collections, hydro-aeroplanes, army and navy evolutions, concerts, fire
works, opera, agricultural exhibits and Pacific regatta. .. Special pro
gram furnished on request. Dally round trip fares to Clatsop Heath on
the Pacific allow stops at Astoria. ......
$7.00 Clatsop Beach and Return
LOW COLONIST PARES
September i5tli to October i5tli
Low one way fares to all points on
THE NORTH IJANIv ROAD
Chicago f 3.1; St. Louis $31; St. Paul, Minneapolis, Kansas City, Omahn,
Denver $25. f rom other points in proportion.
LOW ROUND TRIPS I-AST
August 14, 15, 16, 17, 21, 22, 2J, 28, 29, JO. September I, 2, J, 4, 5,
6, 7 Stop overs and choice of routes In each direction.
Details will be furnished on application.
W. I-. COWAN, li. A. OILIILRT, Agent
Oen. Frt. and Pass. Agent W hlte Salmon, Wash.