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THE HOOD RIVER NEWS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1G. 1911
Our Fall Stock of NEW SUITS and OVERCOATS Is En Route
We will make xtrordijiary Reductions for Two Weeks to reduce or stock that we may have room to place incoming: goods
Sec Our Prices, Note Our Styles, Save Money
BRANDECEE K N C A I 4C 0.' '
Great Clean- Up
7 V VaiT7 V
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I'.orn To Mr. ami MrH. M. It.
Tucker. Sunday. Auuunt a buy.
H. W. Powell and Minn Kflie Tow
ell came up from Portland Sunday to
l-nd a tew darn with relatives.
Minn Clara P.. Wright, of Provo.
I tali. nlnter of Mrn. R. T. Newhalt. In
t he latter'n houne jruent. Mm. New
ball alno recently entertained MIhh
Mollle Cane, of Provo.
Mm. ('. A. P.ell'H nlnter, after n few
tlnyn vlnlt with the former, returned
to Portland Saturday, accompanied
liy her daughter, who had If-en
fpeiidlntt the wummer with Mm. I'.ell.
Trout Iike wan the meeting place
of n nuinlier of Hood Itiver iruentn
Sunday, amontf whom were Mr. and
Mr. 11. K. Iuncan, Mr. and Mm. P.
S. Havldnon. Air. and Mrs. N. W.
P.oiie, Truman liutler and 10. J.
The Hood Itiver P.nptlnt church In
noted amoiitf theme who have con
tributed to the nnnlntaiice of Little
Teddy, the half Wind waif at the
Portland P.ahy Home, whom- Had
plight han attractel wldcnprcad at
tention and Illterent.
A well known Pen .ioImn woman
inter uffcr1iiK rnlneralily for two
il.iyn from bowel complaint, wan
CM red ly one done of ( ha tu Iterlaln'x
t ullc, Cholrea and Hlarrhoeu Iterue
iiy. 1'ornnlc by nil dealern.
I will make and hang your window
screens at the following prices: Half
screens, VOc each; full screens, $I.J0
each. Prices on screen doors and
porches on application. I will be glad
I. i do your repairing or work of any
class. Lstimates furnihhe-d on all
work if desired. Phone 306-X.
right's Carpenter Shop.
stepping on a runty nail han Uiti
t l.e caune of many cane of lockjaw.
'I he nail wan not ho much the fault
H4 nclc. it of the wound. If hiiiIi
h ouihIh were promptly cleanned and
II. ill.ird'n Snow l.lnlment applied,
t he iv would In- no bnkjaw, an the
II ntlwptlc proert li-n of t he liniment
would counteract the polnon and the
wound would hen I j u l k I T . Price
VV, and 1. per liottle. Soil
.- t haa. N. l larke.
"7 V w
Judue Moreland, of Portland, hnn
lieen HpendltiK neveral day on hln
pliice In the valley.
Floyd Arnold, of the liutler Iiank,
U taking a two weekn' vacation at
Wlnlock, WaHh , and Victoria, P.. ('.
K. A. Franz, who haw li"'n on an
extended eantern trip tmylni; furni
ture for the new department of IiIh
lare entalillHhmetit, returned home
Sunday. While away Mr. Franz vU
Iteil at hiit old home lu New York
Mr. and Mr. H. F. Havldnon rnl
Mr. and Mrn. Chan H. 'antner went
to Portland Friday, where they took
one of Mr. IiavMnon'M motor cam
ami took a It hi mile drive through
the Willamette Valley. The olije--tlve
point of the partj wan Ielia
uoii, where the Iiavlditon Fruit Com
pany owmt a IKtJ ucre farm.
Kelly Proit., have houifht the feed,
hay and poultry mipply end of the
liUHlneHit conducted ly A. hlteheail.
Mr. Whitehead, who wiih forced to
abandon thMend of the bulncHM for
lack of ntoraife, belntf refuned jht
mlHHlon by the council to erect a
frame building on the Davldnon lot.
Mr. Whitehead will continue to han
dle frultn and farm produce.
Copy for advertisements MUST be
in the office by Monday NOON.
Have you heard the latent New
York hltn on the phonograph'.' Con
certH dally at Plfi-rH Hook Store.
f or Sale A fine lot of hay in the
Mt. Hood district. Near ,Mt. Hood
Post Office. Phone, Odell 3H or
flood Health I '.read put up In a
Hanltary wrapper la-fore leaving the
bakery. Save the coupotiH. For
nale at Parker.
Call up C. A. ItlchardH Co.. phone
H. for Home of that lecoiiM Hazel
wood Ice ream. We deliver any
piantity, from I t. up, fni- of
An ordinary caw of diarrhoea can.
iih n rule lie cured by a nlngle ilow of
Chamlierlalu'it Colli'. Cholera and
Hlarrhoea Itemedy. Thl remedy
hint no miperlor for bowel com
plaint. For nale by nil dcalcm.
$25.00 Men's Suits now $20.00 11 $15.00 Boy's Suits now $12.00
20.00 " " " 16.00 12.00 " 44 " 9.60
16.50 44 44 44 13.20 10.00 44 8.00
15.00 44 12.00 7.50 44 44 6j00
12.00 44 44 44 9.60 5.00 44 44 44 4.00
Our Ladies' ReadytoWear Department just
bristles with genuine bargains. Every article
in the line is heavily reduced
Wash Goods Dcp't. New Arrivals
abounds in values- Lilly's Suit Cases and
Wool Dress Goods also English Bags. Prices
reduced 20, Get ready 20 under will prevail
for school. during August.
Dr. F.ldrldge left Friday for a ten
day' hunting and tinning trip In the
Mr. and MrH. A. A. Schenck nnd
daughter, who npent neveral weekH
here at their ranch on the ennt Hide,
have returned to their home In Oma
ha. Mm. Schenck will nail Hhortly
for a tonr of F.urope.
A promoter for a large tract of
land at Medford cauned many loyal
Hood IUverlteH cotiHlderable Ire hint
week by exhibiting a large picture
of that dlntrlct on thestreetH here,
and buttonholing pronpectlve land
J. It. Shelton, who has lieen on a
two montliH' trip through the mid
dle went, and who ntopped for Home
time at hln former home at Crand
ItapIdH, Mich., returned Saturday.
Mr. Shelton, like moHt people who
have renlded at Hood Itiver for a
time, returned lietter pleiiHed with
the country and climate than ever
Chan. (irelnen, for neveral yearn a h
Hintant bunlneHit manager and uhho
clate editor of P.etter Fruit, han hcv
ered hln connection with that publi
cation, and will go to Watwon vllle,
California, to engage In IhihInchh.
Mr. (irelnen him been n valuable
member of the P.etter Fruit force
and nlno one of the moHt loyal
booHtem of the Hood Itiver country
who han ever renlded here. It In nn
demtood that he lit making the
change partly on account of the
health of Mm. (irelnen, who han been
ad viced to neck a more nouthern cli
mate. 'I' ry a Sunday at Parkdale Park.
Special ratcn on Mount Hood Rail
road. For Sale Some good homen ami a
iiuiiiImt of necond-hand rlgn, (dieap.
Apply at the Fanhlon l.lvery Stable.
(Jood Health P.read-whlte, whole
wheat and graham home made, you
will like It. Save the couponn. Sold
P.tiyltnow. Now In the time to
buy a bottle of f 'liamberlaln'n Colic,
Cliolren and HlarrhiH-ii Itemedy. It
In almont certain to In' needed lieforc
the Htimmer In ni-edcd. Thin remedy
han no Mtiperlor. I'or nale by all
P.reedem ('f fine tinmen prefer I'.iil
lard'n Snow I.lnlmeiit for all cutn,
wouiidn or noren on their hIim k. Ie
caiinc It lu tn both mildly and quickly
and healn an ordinary wound with
out a near. Price 2.V, ! and $I.W
per bottle. Sold by Chan. X. Clarke.
Horace Meckleu. of Portland, npt'iit
Sunday here vlnitlug frlendn who
came on from the cant.
u.I. Kelr returned Saturday to
hln home In Centralia. Wanh., after a
brief vlnlt to hln mother, Mm. I'.. I)
I)r. Houne, who conducted nervlcen
In one of the large churchen In Port
land Sunday, wan here Mond'iy for a
It. A. Pierce, n. profennor In Frlendn
College, Wichita, Kan., wan a Hood
Itiver vlnltor Thurnday. Mr. Pierce
came up on the Oatzert for the river
trip returning on the train. He In on
a tour of the coant.
(J. J. CcHHlIng returned Iat week
from a trip toTacoma, accompanied
by hln mm, Merrill, nnd expectn to
return to that city overland lu hln
machine. It In the Intention of Mr.
CeHHtlng to npend the winter In Lon
Big nnd genial Charley Merrick,
pontmanter of the city of Portland,
wan here Saturday for a short time,
watting for the train to Portland.
Mr. Merrick, accompanied tiy hln
wife, had been a Cloud Cap Inn guent
for neveral dayn. While here he
called upon a number of frlendn,
ninny of whom he became acquaint
ed with when lie wan neeretary of
the State Merchants' Annoclatlon.
Mr. Merrick In proving to be an ad
mirable pontmanter of Oregon's me
tropolln and In giving the renldentn of
that city the lient pontal service they
have ever received. He In now urg
ing the department to give Portland
bunlncHn men five deliveries a day tn
the liUHincHH district. Mr. Merrick
alwayn han a good word to nay for
Hood Itiver, and nays It In a model of
enterprise for the rest of the country
towns tn Oregon.
Itegnlar Sunday excnmlon to Park
dale. Pleasant trip for joumelf and
No dirt or germs-'iood Health
P.read-A sanitary wrapper. Save
the couponn For sale at Parkers.
We pay highest canh price for over
ripe and mil strawlsTrles. Crocker
de Itedlng, Fourth ntn-ef, between
Oak and State. Phone Si'T-M.
Cuts ami bruises may lie healed tn
about one-thlrd the time required by
the usual treatment by applying
ChamlnTlaln's Mntmelit. It Is an
antiseptic and causes such Injuries to
heal without maturation. This lini
ment also relieves soreness of the
muscles and rheumatic pains. For
sale by all dealers."
Mr. and Mrs. John Otten and Mrs.
F. P. Friday left Monday for a visit
In the Willamette valley.
Frank Stanton returned Friday
from a visit of neveral days tn Port
land and the Willamette Valley.
W. li. P.razelton of ttie F.ggert
Youug Co , of Portland, was here
Saturday as the guest of his fattier
In-law, Newton Clark.
Mm. II. It. Fording spent the week
end iu I'ortlann, wliere she wan
Joined by Mr. Fording, who han lieen
on a trip along the count.
The piano content which has been
under way at Wood's grocery store
for some time, was decided last
week, and the winner was Minn Ma
liel Carson, daughter of J. K. Carnon,
who resides on the Heights.
Mrs. S. W. Arnold left Monday for
the (j. A. It. National Fncampmcnt
at Philadelphia, Pa. She will go via
the Canadian Pacific and will visit
many of the large eastern cities, ex
pecting to be absent three mouths.
Mrs. Sydney Prescott, of New York
City, wife of the widl known eastern
yachtsman, Ih the guest here of Mrs.
P. A. Clancy. Mrs. Prescott will
visit Cloud Cup Inn and other points
of Interest In the valley before re
Kent Wyoming lump coal In any
quantity. Transfer & l.lvery Co.
Madeclean, baked (dean, sold clean
(Jood Health Bread. Save the con.
(ions. Sold by Parker's.
We have some very attractive acre
age propositions In Paradise farm
for home sites on sub-dl vision
schemes. Inside city limits. I,. A.
Henderson, with John I -eland Hen
derson, Inc. Illtf
If you want to Is' comfort n hie burn
coal. We are prepared to furnish It In
any quantity. Plenty on hand and
more coming. We handle the Iwst
quality of Wyoming coal. Transfer
& l.lvery Company. Phone ".
Yen, Plfer has the marvelous new
phonograph and only Indestructible
recorks, ttiat are the sensation of the
phonograph world In the east.
These Indestructible cylinder records
can Is' used on any cylinder machine.
Sallow complexion comes from
bilious Impurities !u tin! blood, and
the fault lies with the liver and bow
elsthey are torpid. The medicine
that gives results tn such cases Is
Herblne. It In a line liver stimulant
and bowel regulator. Price Mk'.
Sold by ( has. X. Clarke.
Jon. Wilson In spending ten days
at the soda springs on Wind river.
Wash. The springs, which are
twenty miles from the Columbia, are
attracting a large number of visitors
thin year, and plans are now under
way for erecting a hotel there.
Try a loaf of Good Health Bread
at Parker'n. "It's good to the last
crumb." Save the coupons.
The ls-st yet. Hazelwood Ice
Cream, bulk or In bricks. Call IU, C.
A. Itlchards & Co.
Dr. Broslus announces his Summer
Home established nt ODF.I.I,. mioi-:
I'K, where he can tie consulted morn
ing and evening. City ollice HOOD
ItlVKIt, piion k 1J P., open as usual ID
to 4 dally. Night Colli answered
from ODKI.h, i-iionk i'O. HMf
There are a few choice lots left In
the Mldilleton Subdivision just nouth
of the High School, both Inside nnd
outside of the new sewer districts,
which can tie purchased for $3D0, $::)
casti, $10 monthly Installments. J.
I.. Henderson, Inc., by I,. A. Ilender
aon. Bites of poisonous Insects that
cause the llesli to swell up must be
treated with a healing antiseptic
that will counteract the poison and
Ileal the wound. Ballard's Snow
l.lnlment answers every requirement
tn such ruses. Price J."c, fUc ami $1
per bottle. Sold by Chan. X. Clarke.
Water Supply Problem
will be reached by installing
Voil ran havs abundant rat tint nr
for kitchen, bath, laundry, the lawn
other purpose required, at a moderate
Will also afford fire nrotection.
The most efficient, economical and
aDie water tupply system to be had.
Ask your local dealer to explain about the
Leader System or write (or our booklet,
"How I Solred the Water Supply Problem."
LEADER IRON WORKS, Dept. 22, Decatur, III.
Apple Land and Orchard Company
Otfloo, No, O Oak St root. Phono 26 or 2002 K, Hood Rlvof
Where All Is
A DANDY CAKE PLATE FREE
During the month of August
we will present you with a
Nice Cake Plate with each
purchase of Twenty I! read
Tickets for One Dollar. Each
ticket will lie Kood for ONE
LOG CABIN BREAD
the whitest, best tasting and
most nutritious 5 cent loaf on
the market today. Every Sat
urday will he Bargain Day.
We will tfive you Six nice,
fresh and wholesome Loaves
of Bread for 5 Tickets or 25
Cents Every Saturday. He.
sure and Kct a Cake Plate
while they last.
R. B. Ql BSON
Hood Rivka : Orkgon
Constipation Is the starting point
for many serious diseases. To Is
healthy, keep the bowels active and
regular. Herblne will remove all ac
cumulations la tin- bowels and put
the system In prime condition. Price
.V. Sold by Chan. X. Clarke.
Solution of Your
in your home a pneumatic
and an? 'ii
cost, r '
depend - Tis
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