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THE HOOD R1VEK NEWS, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1911
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Hie chills of Autumn are now at hand and nature is warning us of the approach of even more severe climatic conditions.
Avoid Colds by securing your Fall Underwear, Hosiery, Shoes, Warm Cloaks, Overcoats, Etc.,
while the assortments are so complete. Get the full satisfaction out of your new things by selecting early, thus having the long season to enjoy the
the beautiful styles prevailing, as well as protecting your health. We have the lowest prices known this year thanks to foresight in taking advantage of
market conditions. We respectfully request that you get our prices and see our assortments before making final selection.
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Ladies' Ladies' Fall Men'sWarm
Sweater Underwear Flannel
Coats 25c to Overshirts
$1.95 to 2.50 $1 to $3.75
$5.00 Union Suits
cn f Men's Wool
Childs' 5.00 Underwear
Sweater cvu . to 2-50
CoatS Underwear Heavy
95ct 25c to 75c Fleeced
$2,4Q Union Suits Cotton50c
c . , 50c to $1.50 T t . c .
Special Union Dints
Prices Forest Mills $1.50 to $6
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Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Nichols re
turned Monday from a vli-tt of sev
eral days at Heppner, Ore.
Tickets for the Eyceum course le
Ing Riven under the auspices of the
V. IS. church can !e fwcured at Hart
mess store, where seats can also lie
J. It. Nunuamaker left Monday for
Helena. Mont , where he went lu
connection with his sheep raising
business. In which he In engaged ex
tensively In the Heppner country.
W. E. Klng.who hart n fine country
home In the Oak (irove district left
Monday for Modoc county, Califor
nia, where he will Investigate a rich
gold mining strike. A former pal
iif Mr. King's who wan with him in
Alaska owns the claim and notified
the Hood Hiver man of bin find. He
w ill go In by way of Klamath Falls,
staging It 1 t't inlleM.
W. S. Nlchol pielved Saturday one
i if t he handsomest and most expen
sive motor cars that has an yet ts-en
bought by Hood Kiver residents.
The Hew car I a ltd:! model Speed
well, in horsepower and w ith all the
latest wrinkles. Including electric
light and a meh idlous siren whistle.
'I he cur cost and is substan
tial enough to even carry the big
real estate man without an effort
Residence tl State street for Rale.
Enqnire on the premises. Mrs. J. H.
Tin ts-st yet. liazelwood Ice
ream, hulk or in bricks, (all
A. Illchards & Co.
(iiHul Health l'.reail put up In a
nltary wrapptT U-fore l'avitm the
bakery. Save the coipotis. For
ale at 1'arkers.
Ir. Sowerliy, the Chiropractor, Is
tuotlnit Into the Henderson house
w hich he Is having tit tec) up as a san
itarium In conint tlou w ith his prai'
Hie.' The citizens of Mo'imouth, through
1 he Commercial Into and the presi
dent anil facility of the Oregon Nor
mal Scl I, I II V 1 1 the public to Is-
prewlit lit the opening of the Oregon
Normal School, Monmoiilh, Tins.
1 ty. s pt. Huh.
IJorn To Mr. and Mrs. ( has. K.
Hausell, Sept. ttth, a boy. Name,
John Price Hausell.
Maxwell Mwirs. whose father is In
terested In the Max welton Orchard,
spent a few days here last week.
Christian Science services are held
In Iteadini; Kooni, No. (, Havldson
hulldint;, Sunday at 11 u. m. arid
Wednesday at p. m Sunday school
at 10 a. m.
Othcers and members of Canby
Corps are requested to be at K. of P.
hall promptly at 1' p. m. Saturday,
Sep. 2.'!, to prepare for the Inspector.
A til ilc J. liaker, president.
Miss (ieoritlfi Prather and Miss
Florence Avery, students at the I'lii
versity of Oregon left for Knene
Monday to resume their Htndien.
Miss liertha Struck also left Monday
to enter the same Institution for her
first year's course.
A friend of liilly Sunday's, a. id a
reader of the .News, says the evanjf'd
Ist was not offered the huire sum of
Iwihhi to conduct a series of meet
ings at Chautauqua, Lake. The
amount offered Mr. Sunday was the
modest one of f.'iO.tXHt.
ItcKular Sunday excursion to Park
dale. Pleasant trip for jourself and
Wanted A iflrl to do etieral
housework : tfood waies. Apply to
Mrs. Frank A. ('ram.
Six room bungalow, corner I Oth and
Cascade avenue, for sale. Choice lot.
See owner on premises.
( all up C. A. Illchards & Co., phone
'if, for some of that delicious Hazel
wood Ice Cream. We deliver any
quantity, from 1 jt. up, fn-e of
"I have a world of confidence in
CliHIiilxTlaln's ColJijIl Ki'tued.V for I
IrtVe llseil It With Js-rfei t success,"
writes Mrs. M. I. Pasford, Poi.les
vllle, Md. I'or sale by all dealers.
I Marrhoca Is always more or less
prevalent during Septeuits r. lie pre
pared for It. ( hamlM-rlain's Colic,
( holern and IHarrliis-.i K nn d.v Is
prompt and effectual. It can always
Is- dcs-nded upon and is pleasant to
take. For nale by all dealers.
Mrs. Elizabeth Ilaymond returned
Wednesday from a two weeks' visit
with her daughter at The Dalles.
Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Mlchell were
visiting anions Stevenson friends on
Saturday. They are now living at
Seaview, but will soon move back to
Hood Kiver to live for the winter.
The Pacific Power Eight Com
pany has presented a petition for
a franchise to construct an electric
light line from Husuui to I'nderwood,
Wash., and ( ictols-r 4tn Is set for the
hearing of said petition by the Ska
mania county court.
E. E Markell and IE It. Davis of
Ilaltimore. Md.. and E. ('. Aucter of
Rochester, N. V., students of the Cor
nell School of Agriculture, arrived
here last week and will spend a short
time during the apple picking season
learning Hood P.iver's fancy pack.
Will Colling wood, who has been
firing a locomotive on the Mt. Hood
Itallroad this summer, lias returned
to Eaur-il, Wash. He has been not I
tied that Ills contest for a homestead
has been acted on favorably, and he
will build a house thereon and U'gln
Improvements this fall.
Work of excavating for the fruit
fair building was started Wednes
day. With the other building and
sidewalk work going on about
town, the city streets present a busy
scene. Teams were In such demand
last week that It was difficult to get
any big job of hauling done.
We print our paper MONDAYS and
TUESDAYS. Copy required Monday.
Try a Sunday nt Parkdale Park.
Special rates on Mount Hood Kail
road. Six room bungalow, corner I Oth and
Cascade avenue, for sale. Choice lot.
See owner on premises.
For Sale Some good horses and a
number of second hand rigs, cheap.
Apply at the Fashion El very Stable.
Dr. lirosius announces his Summer
Home established at ODEEE. I'iionk
L'n, w here he can Is; consulted morn
ing and evening. City office HOOD
ItiVEIt, I'Iiovk I.' II, open as usual in
to 4 dally. Night Call answered
from ODEEE, i-homx IK. L'Mf
For bowel complaints In children
always give Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Kemed.v anil
castor oil. It Is certain to effect a
cure and when reduced with water
and sweetened is pleasant to take.
No physician can prescribe a ls-tter
remedy. For sale by all dealers.
Miss Emma Ehrck, now living In
Portland, was called to Hood Kiver
Thursday by the serious Illness of her
father. Win. Ehrck.
A large party of Hood Itlverites
attended the Knurid-Pp at Pendleton
last week, among them Mr. and Mrs.
P. S. Davidson, Mr. and Mrs. N. W.
Hone, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Van Hrtrn
and Mrs. Marlon MacKae.
Seven bricklayers were put to
work on the Hell building Friday,
anil caused the back wall of the
building I i spring up as If by magic.
Mathlson & Anderson, who have the
contract, are pushing the building
along rapidly, despite delays for
Peter Shlvely left Inst week on a
business trip to Cambridge, Ohio.
E. V. Drlsroll, an expert horse
shoer, who has moved here with his
family from Pittsburg, Pa., has
taken a half Interest In the business
and will have charge of the shop
during Mr. Shlvely'" absence.
Concrete walks on Second street
and Cascade uvenue'are about fin
ished and work has been started on
the walk along the Prather building
on State street. Now that the dlfll
culty about the cement walk back of
the depot has been overcome. It Is
expected that It will also be laid
No dirt or germs-'iood Health
liread-A sanitary wrapper. Nave
the coupons. For sale at Parkers.
For Sale A line lot of hay In the
Mt. Hood district. Near Mt. Hood
Post Office. Phone, Odell 38 or
When you buy Sealshlpt Oysters,
you get nothing but firm, solid, de
licious ovster meats. A pint is
enough for an ordinary family. Just
received a shipment direct from the
coast. The Star (irocery, Perlgo Ac
A sore throat can lie treated Iwst
from the outside. The throat should
be rubU'd gently with Dullard's
Snow Elnlment. Apply at night
and cover with a cotton clot li ban
dage; by morning the soreness w ill
disappear. Price -', "',' f 1 00
per bottle. Sold by (has N.Clarke.
Had breath, bitter taste, dizziness
and a general "no account" feeling
is a sure sign of a torpid liver.
Ilerblne Is the 'medicine I ded. It
makes the liver active, vitalizes the
blood, regulates the bowels and re
stores a fine feeling of energy nnd
ch.-crfiilnes. Price S(le. Hold by
( has. N. Clarke.
Mrs. Josephine I). Crocker, depart
ment president of the W. K. C. Is ex
pected In Hood Kiver this week to
Inspect Canby Corps.
Two hohoes were ordered off an
eastbound passenger train Wednes
day night and taken to the lock-up.
In getting off one of them, who was
Intoxicated, fell and was so badly
Injured that he was afterward taken
to the hospital for treatment.
The many friends of Miss Ida
Wright In this city will be Interested
and pleased In knowing that she has
secured a position as teacher In the
luilialiapolis public schools nnd has
been assigned to the lleiijamin Har
rison school building, one of the
show places of the Indiana metrop
Fall millinery Is now engaging the
attention of ladles and the new
styles nr being exhibited In the
windows of female headgear estab
lishments about town. From a
man's point of view shapes In femi
nine top pieces will not lie quite so
grotesque and (pardon the word)
ugly as they have been the past sea
son. I 'each tiasket, coal scut tie md
pot shapes seem to lie going out
while pagodas, cupolas and towers
seem to be the fad. The latter, no
far ns observed, do not do quite so
much toward making even a pretty
woman look a fright as the past
season's horors, which frequently
caused considerable speculation ns
to who the wearers under them
were, and whether they were going
or coming. According to the latest
bulletin the hobble skirt w III also go
out of fashion with the pot hat and
the fair sex w ill be allowed to take a
full sized stride.
Itest Wyoming lump coal in any
quantity. Transfer t El very Co.
Made clean, baked clean, sold clean
(Jood Health lircad. Save the cou
pons. Sold by Parker's.
If you want, to lie comfortable burn
coal. We are prepared to furnish It In
any quantity. Plenty on hand and
more coming. We handle the best
quality of Wyoming coal. Transfer
& El very Company. Phone ,r.
Am usually treated a sprained
ankle will disable a than for three
or four weeks, but by applying
Chamberlain's Elnlment freely as
soon as the Injury is received, and
observing the directions with each
bottle, a cure can Is- effifted In from
two to four days. For sale by all
Mr. and Mrs. K. E. Harbison ami
daughters, .ho will make their fu
ture home at lllllsboro, Oregon, left
for t hat city last week.
Mr, and Mrs. .1. A. Henderson, of
I'.lngen, and IE Eage, of Hood Elver,
brother of Mrs. Henderson, lift
Thursday morning for Trout Eake,
to attend the funeral of Julius Hoke,
an uncle of Mrs. I lendcrson, w ho
Try a loaf of (iood Health Dread
at Parker's. "It's good to the last
crumb." Save the coupons.
Take Ilerblne for heartburn, sour
Is-lchlng or constipation; It cleanses
and strengthens the liver, stomach
and bowels Price ."inc. Sold by
( has. N. Clarke
There are a few choice lots left In
the Midilletou Subdivision Just south
of t he High School, both Inside ami
outside of the new sewer districts,
w lilcli can le purchased for $.'!ol, $:;n
cash, $10 monthly Installments. J.
E. Henderson, Inc., by E. A. Hender
son. Everybody Is liable to "catch cold,"
but those who give a cold proper at
tention never have serious lung dis
eases. It Is neglect that makes them
serious. Prudent persons use Hal
lard's Horehound Syrup as soon as
the trouble appears, arid t he cold Is
cured at once. Price 'Sir, ."iiic and $1
per bottle. Sold by ( has. N. Clarke.
the whitest, best tasting
and most nutritious 5 cent
loaf on the market.
COME TO US
FOR BAKERY GOODS
OF ALL KINDS
R. fi. Gl BSON
102 Third Street
Hood River : Oregon
Apply a cotton cloth wet with
Hallard's Snow Elnlment to all
wounds, cuts, bums, sores or blis
ters, and note Its wonderful healing
power. It Is prompt and very ef
fectlve. Price L'.V, .Mlc n,n $I.INI per
bottle. Sold by ( lias. N. Clarke.
The Satisfactory Solution of Your
Wafer Supply Problem
will be reached by installing in your home a pneumatic
You can have abundant water hot or cold I
for kitchen, bath, laundry, the lawn and any 1 .iV h'
Will also afford fire protection.
The most efficient, economical and depend- Tis"
able water lupply System to be bad.
Ask your local dealer to explain about the
Leader System or write for our booklet,
"How I Solred th Water Supply Problem."
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LEADER IRON WORKS, Dept. 22, Decatur, III.
Apple Land and Orchard Company
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