The Hood River news. (Hood River, Or.) 1909-current, September 20, 1911, Page 7, Image 7

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    THE HOOD RIVER NEWS, WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 20. 1911
UNDERWOOD
Mr. ami Mr HuHxcy were clInntT
Kiit'HtH at Skokuin OrclmnlM limt
Siiiiilny.
Mr. nni Mr. I!rookn, ni-ci mpriiittc
ly tlit-lr daughter, Imve none to
hiiii t lit winter at tlit'lr In nn In
Ih-nvtT, Colorado.
II. M. (ircliicr, mnnnner of I'diiiz'h
Kt'iicral iiit-rcliiimlW Mtort, Iium
moved IiIm family down from the
orrliard on Nobility Hill Into a pretty
new limine In Iluinlltou'H addition.
MrH. Packard In reported to lie
nlowly r.x-overlntf from a xpnilneil
ankle anil a Hpnilned knee aemilred In
Portland nine week no. She now
walkH about the hoime without att
Hlxtance. Kxeellent Sunday Hervleeo are held
regularly In the Kchoolhouxe. Sun
day nehool every week at 10 a. in..
MIhm lledrlrk In charge. Preaching
every other Sunday at 11a. in . Iiy
Itev. KomlUKer.
Our genial poHtmaHter, II. S. Ad
nniH, hax entirely recovered from the
effect of a hitIoum runaway aerldi lit.
In which he wax hurt, when return
ing from a L'.'id lifrthday party on the
Lttd of laHt month.
The rnderwooil wharf Buffered a
rollapne under the weight of cemnnt
delivered for the Imnenient of the tine
$."i,ikni liunualow lielntc coiiKtrtcted
for the P.rookx family between (iod
dard'M and Cooper'H.
MIhh Ituth Cooper liax unne to Wll
lamette 1'nlvernlty. She will be
IiiIhhciI py the younger net, with
whom hIii had liecome ipilte popu
lar during; her wliort rcHldcnce here.
Mr. ( 'ooper accompanied her.
The latent arrival on t!ie niacin In
I ,ti ml y Stewart'M new K.-M.-I" pax
Heliger automolille, which now di
vided the honor with the Wendorf
autotruck hauling pcachcx. No ac
cident have lieen reported ami the
new car Man appreciated addition
to our livery equipment.
Special Meetings
Itev. M. .1. ( armlchacl of McMInn
vllle. Ore., will lie-in a nerlcn of nk--rlal
meeting In the Alliance chapel
next Sunday morning, Sept. 24. at 11
o'clock and continue each evening
except Monday and Saturday. ('. K.
1'erry, Pntor.
MOSIER
School opened with 7:1 pupils In
DlHtrlct No. r.J.
MlHri (telle JoIiiihoii came up from
Hood Klver Wednemlav evening to
vlwlt frlendri.
Ir. IColiliiHon returned Saturday
from l'endleton where he attended a
medical nHHoclatton.
Ml Hill of the W.C.T. V. preached
lioth morning and evening In the Im
tnanuel church Sunday.
The Hoclal given Thurnday evening
by the lilue Hide In the content In the
union Sunday Hchool wiih well at
tended. I.nnt Tuemlay little Howard Koot
fell Into a boiler of hot water, Hcald
Ing both arniH to the elbow. The lid
wan on the boiler or lie would un
doubtedly have lottt IiIm life.
l. I). Hall left the lirHt of the week
for Portland where he was married
on Saturday to MIhh Cheverle. After
a Hhort wedding trip they will make
their home In MohIit where the
Kriiuni Is IntereHted In the real eHtate
IiiihImchh.
MARRIED
1IAII. I IIKV KHIK
A quiet home wedding wiw hoI
emulzed l'rldny at the home of the
brlde'ri aunt, Mrs. V. A. Klver, In
I'ortland, when MIhh Laura Cheverle
became the bride of 1. I). Hall, of
Monler. The ceremony wan per
formed bv Father O'llara of the
Itnniiin Catholic church. After a
wedding dinner, the couple left for
California points and will return to
Monler the hitter part of the month
where they will lie at home to their
frlendri In the cottage on the comer
of Vahlngton Htreet and Fourth
avenue, which the groom Is having
prepared.
lixaminatlon for Forest Rangers
The I'nlted States Civil Service
CommlriHlon announceH that an ex
amination will Ik' held for the posi
tion of axHlritant forest ranger Octo
ber 2-V2i. lull. Age limit 21 to 40
yearn. Persons who desire to com
pete should apply at once to the
secretary of the Fleventh Civil Ser
vice IMstrlct. Itooin S24 Post Oltlee
Itutldlng, Seattle. Wash., for appli
cation Form ImK) and full Informu-tlon.
Grocery
Bargains
Sugar prices are soaring but you can save
money by buying from us.
Best Fruit Sugar, per Sack S7.25
Ver Sack.... $1.30
The Dalles Diamond Flour
or Barrel
$5.10
Cloverleaf Butter, per roll 75c
Cottolene, 10 pound pail .. 1.50
Cottolene, 4 pound pail 60c
Swift's Silverleaf Lard, 50 pound can 6.75
Swift's Silverleaf Lard, 10 pound pail 1.50
Swift's Silverleaf Lard, 5 pound pail 75c
Swift's Jewell Compound, 50 pounds 4.75
Tea Garden Syrup, 1-pal. can.. 85c
Tea Garden Syrup, 12-gal. can 45c
Karo Corn Syrup, No. 10 pail 60c
We are Closing Out a stock of Chinaware at
5oc on the dollar. Call and look it over
FKUIT JARS
MASON Pint Kic Quart .$ .05 Half Gallon $ .85
SCIIRAM Pint 75c Quart .85 Half Gallon 1.30
KC0N0MY--.rintsrc Quart 1.10 Half Gallon 1.10
L. H. Huggins
VALLEY CREST
J. Clark sold his cow and bought
pig Instead.
P. II. Mohr Is liullillntf a new barn
on his homestead.
The recent rain In the I'pper Valley
has done much damage to the hay
crop.
Francis Sandman returned to Pine
( J rove a ftvr several weeks' visit with
his tmcle, P. II. Mohr, on his home
stead.
Mrs. C. T. Kawson made a business
trip to Hood Klver Friday and re
turned Saturday, driving each way.
Carl Mohr, after spending several
weeks lu the mountains visiting his
sisters and brother, returned to Pine
drove Friday.
Miss Susie Mohr came down from
her homestead with her brother, P,
II. Mohr, Friday expecting to visit
at Pine Grove over Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. flush ranie down
from their homestead and made a
short business trip to Hood Klver
Saturday. They returned the first
of the week.
The Line Shaft and Governor of Body
The spinal cord within the spinal
column Is the "llneshaft" of the body
furnishing power to most of Its or
gans and parts.
The spinal column Is the "gover
nor controlling tne nerve rorce to
the vital organs and other parts of
the body.
The Intervertebral foramen, with
Its continuous structures. Is the
check valve" for the vital force.
Kneli vertebra and section of the
spinal column Is controlled by Invol
untary rmscles.
The stimuli for these muscles are
toxins within the organism, general
ly within the alimentary tract.
Injuries may move, or "subluxate"
a vertebra to a position In which
these muscles are unable In them
selves to return to Its proper apposition.
These Involuntary muscles along
the spinal column, as well a the
subluxations from Injuries, cause
asymmetries In the position of the
vertebrae.
IMsease Is the direct result of these
changes along the spine.
Disease Is not an "accident." but
the result of definite physiological
functions.
Dli. K. K. ('AliPKXTKIt,
17-ls Hellbronner Building,
Phohe 21.Vx Mood Klver. Ore.
Baptist Church Notes
A meeting of men In the social
rooms of the Haptlst church, on the
heights, last Friday night resulted In
the reorganization of the Men's
league with the following ollicers:
President, Prof, (ilbson; secretary,
A. F. Howes; treasurer, Mr. Seobee.
The next meeting will be held on
Friday night of this week. All men
Invited.
On Sunday night at the Baptist
church Mr Hargreaves treated the
theme "l 'oiiiiiieri'inll.ed Christianity"
Next Sunday he purposes speaking
on the other side of the ipiestloli,
taking as subject "The church and
and the kingdom of iod." Service
at 7::.
PARKDALE
Mr. and Mr. Palmer m i l.-a trip
to Portland last week.
Mr. fin-gory was ngaln working
In the store at Parkdale last week.
The new residence of J. I! Mi-Isaac
of Parkdale Is Hearing completion.
Mr. (Jrlbble of Mount Hood has
foundation started for a new up to
date store on the site wl.,re the
store used to stand.
Five new directors of the Middle
Fork Irrigating Co. were el.-eted at
the last meeting. The tim e receiv
ing the highest numlter of votes will
serve two years and the other two
one year.
Coming State Events
The annual convention of the Ore
gon Wool Orowera' Association will
be held In Baker November II and 15.
Problems that confront the wool
men will be taken up and illHciiHsed
and the tariff will be one of the lead
lug features of general Interest.
The second annual Clarke county
fair, to be held at Vancouver. Wash.,
Octoler 4, ", 6 anil 7, will be of Inter
est tu Oregonlans and October 7 has
been fixed as Portland day. Splen
did exhibits of products of southwest
Washington will be displayed and
fine live stock shown.
October 1 has been set finally as
the date for the opening of the new
Southern Puclflc Hue to Tillamook
aud adjoining sections of the coast
country. A portion of the new road
Is already In operation, but on that
date trains w 111 be run from one end
of the line to the other, and regular
service will be established.
Dispose of Fine Homes
A change In ownership of two city
residences was announced last week
when the flue properties owned by
Attorney A. A. Jayne and Mayor
Hartwlg were sold. Mr. Jayne has
disposed of his residence on Colum
bia street to Attorney K. C. Smith.
The property of Mayor Hartwlg, on
the heights, consisting of his resi
dence and several lots was sold bv
him to J. A. Davidson. The price
paid for the Hartwlg property was
approximately $."i,000.
ATHLETES WANT STUDIES
PERCENTAGE REDUCED
At a meeting of t he student body
of the Hood Klver high school held
Friday to organize fur the season of
l!ll Kill' the matter of the recent de.
elslon of the school board In regard
to raising the standard of ipmlltira
tlun In studies fur participating In
athletics was brought up and ills-
cussed. By unanimous vote It was
decided to -t I T if n the school buard
to lix the standard at 7."i per cent In
stead uf mi as announced by the
board at the beginning of the 'term.
A Basket of Goodness
Well I ;
filllP
is a basket of our Fine Groceries.
We jruarantee 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,
Eggs, 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
isfaction. Free delivery
J. M. Wood
The Old, Reliable True-to-Name Nursery
Of Hood HiOcr
offers to planters for fall and spring, 1911-12 their
usual choice stock of all leading varieties adapted to
this locality. Our 15 years' experience in the Nur
sery business in Hood River, the thousands of vigor
ous, prolific trees that are annually testifying to the
wisdom of our methods, and the hundreds of pleased
customers should be sufficient recommendation to
merit your patronage. Our trees are all grown on
whole roots and all buds and scions are personally
selected from the best bearing trees in Hood River,
which insures healthy, vigorous, early bearing trees
of known parentage and above all true-to-name.
We are now booking orders for fall and spring de
livery. Order now before stock is exaustea.
Address all communications to
The TruetoName Nursery
Phone 2002-K Hood River, Ore.
LEADS ON THE HEIGHTS
Bakery. Coileciloncry, rruit. ice Cream, soil Drinks, lc.
AUTO DELIVERY OF LARGE ORDERS
Coma In, try our Piano, and feol at homo
I'.fhrts from
Sowerby.
typhoid cured. Ir.
FALL OPENING OF
Millinery
On and after Sept. 15th
Dress Hats will be ready
t for inspection. g
I J. & L HAWLEYS
Cottage Hospital
Hood River's Medical In
stitution. Open to the
public for the treatment
of Medical and Surgical
cases. Rates on applica
tion. Address,
COTTAGE HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION
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THE LIGHT DELIVERY
AUTO
$750, F. 0. B. Portland
5. Vofstorff
Oistri6uter
1213 D Street. Hoc River
Money to Loan
cgp un income rroaucmg rroperty
TTTl In quantities from $1,000 to $20,000
"f rrL With Interest at 7 Per Cent
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One tKan Wfto Se(t Crcnord and
Hasoment First National Bank
SNYDER
B. B. POWELL
River PlumDInij company I
Sanitary Plumbing and Heating.
Tinning and Sheet Metal Work.
Repairing Promptly Attended.
ESTIMATES FURNISHED
CASCADE AVENUE
OUR NEW FALL PATTERNS
HAVE REEN RECEIVED
IF YOU NEED A
NEW SIUT
GIVE US ATRIAL
Cleaning and Fressing. Workmanship Guaranteed
THE TAILOR
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Third Street, Hood Rier, Or.
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OpposltB the Post Office t
Home Phono 20 L
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DR. J. SOWERBY
Nerve Specialist and Chiropractor y
A Relief lor All Diseases $
Pcrauson hnildina TclcDhonc 222
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Spray and
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4th & State St.
Phone 248k
0. P. DAliNEY & SONS
FURNITURE, FURNITURE, FURNITURE, STOVES
AND RANGES
We buy, sell and exchange everything
in House l:urnishings. Campers
Supplies, etc.
Don't forget Ihc pl.cc-Cor. -llh i Stntc
D Express and Baggage
Furniture and Yianos Mo-Vcd
All Kinds of Light and Heavy Work
Wood Yard and Feed Store in Connection
Office Phone 29
Residence 23k
TAFT TRANSFER CO.
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F irst Class Livery
Phone 5
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Translcr and Livery company
Freight and Baggage Transfer
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