The Hood River news. (Hood River, Or.) 1909-current, February 21, 1912, Page 8, Image 8

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Mr. and Mrs. S. V. Stark nt the i Mr. anil Mrs. I'.. Gos x nt the
week rinl In Portland. week end In Portland.
John Irani if Tin Italic spent ! A daughter was burn In Mr. mill
Friday visiting friends here.
.1. 1". Ferguson anil wife of Odell
have returned from a visit In Astoria.
Mr M Pike went to Portland t lie
last of the week for a week or ten
Mr tun Mrs. A. F. Ho wen went to
Portland Saturday for t wo or t lint"
t) a .VS.
Miss Helen Orr went to Wasco
Sunday to take charge of a four
mniiths' school.
Mru. W llllain Kemp returned Sat
iirday from Poitland, where she had
sM-nt several day.
Charles S. Somervllie came up from
Portland the hint of the week to lu-
fpeet hi fruit ranch.
Minn Ulla Guthrie of Portland
u ns a week-end guest at the home
of Mr and Mrs E K. Pooley.
V. I). Seott. Jr., came from Port
laud the last of the week to visit his
brother, Julian P. Seott, ou the hit
ter's ranch
Mrs. Malel Mauley eame up from
Portland Friday to spend the week
end with her parents. Air. and Mrs.
Alfred Boorman.
A. Millard returned Friday from
Corvallls, where he attended the
short course. He was accompanied
here by Proffessor C. L. Flint.
J. K. Shepard, manager of the Snn
dale Orchards at Sundale, Wash.,
was here with Mrs. Shepard Friday
evening to hear the () A. C. boys.
Their son Frederick Is a member of
the glee club.
M r. and Mrs. G. ('. Haworth are
packing their household goods and
lutend to move to Portland the first
of the month. They expect to spend
the summer there and may then go
to Southern California.
Mrs. George Howe on Friday.
A Martha Washington tea Is to lie
given at the Valley Christian church.
Miss Florende Wledrlch of Port
land Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. ('.
F.. Hlnrlchs.
C. 1.. lioodrleh, the Portland archi
tect, was a week end guest at the
Hotel Oregon.
Mrs. Mary Booth, who has lieen In
The Italics this winter with Mr. and
Mrs. Sharpe, returned home Satur
Cards have lvn received here an
nouncing the marriage at Portland
of Mrs. Alice M. Wright, formerly of
this city, and lr. ticorge H. Shaw.
Mrs. John W. Palmer of Meadow
Brook Ranch has been seriously HI,
but is now reported as somewhat
Mrs. F. W. McKeynoM of Port
land came up Friday to be the guest
of her daughter, Mrs (ieorge Howe,
and her sou. Chester MeBey nolds.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Smith ami Mr.
and Mrs. O. S. Smith came from
Portland Saturday to visit their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Smith
for a couple of days.
M. 1. Hicks, who has leen em
ployed by the Mood Elver Laundry
Company, has resigned In order to
eugage In the saw mill business with
his father.
Burns Jones nud wife have pur
chased from F. B. Loving a corner
lot- on Tine street and Intend to build
a home. The sale was made through
A. W. Outhank.
Mrs. J. H. Sutthoff returned the
last of the week after having at
tended the short course at Corvallls
and later spending some time In Se
attle, her former home.
S. T. Klckett spent several days In
Portland last week.
Miss F.dgingtoil spent the week end
w 1th friends at lento.
When you get ready to buy your
gasoline sprayer, see Howell Bros.
Mrs. Louise Stebblns left Thursday
for Los Angeles, where she will visit
Julian P. Scott Is among the local
orchardlsts who have returned from
Fred Wasson has returned from
Indianapolis, where he spent a part
of the winter.
W. Harry Schtulk returned the last
of the week after having made u trip
to North Yakima.
Mrs. R. B. Perlgo and Mrs. J. W
Perlgo left Friday to spend several
days In Portland.
John W. Weaver has returned after
having spent the winter at hN former
home In Pennsylvania.
F. H. Isenberg left 1 rlday on a
trip to Forest Grove. Later he In
tends to leave for Spokane and east
ern points.
J. E. A Knew of Mandan, .V I'., was
here the last of the week visiting at
tlie home of E. S. Ikibblu and look
lug over the couutry hereabouts.
J. E. Montgomery, Brooks Ha
worth and Mrs. Mabel Carter at
tended a leap year party given at
the F.Iks Temple In The Dalles Wed
nesday evening.
J. F.. Robertsot of the Stanley-
Smith Lumber Company and W. J.
Waldle, retail manager, spent the
last of the week In Seattle where
thev attended the meeting of the
lumber Interests of the Northwest.
Remember the entertainment at
the Methodist church Friday evening
Feb. I':'., under the direction of Mrs.
Louise Boyden. Choice readings and
high grade music, both vocal and In
strumental. Adu.ilss.lou :Vc; children
2't cents.
Miss Vera McCrory entertained
about twenty of her girl frleuds at a
valentine party Wednesday evening
at the home of Mrs. Jain-s Strana
hati. The evening was pleasantly
spent In games aud refreshments
were served.
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special This XOeeK
We want you to get acquainted with our Towel Department
and offer special inducements this week, it will pay you to inves
tigate, as we believe the values are unusually good
$1.00 Satin Damask Towels 78c
22x42 Fine Satin Damask Towels,
floral designs, hemstitched and scal
loped ends, beautiful goods, sold 70
regularly at $1.00; this week...
75c fine Damask Towels 53c
22x43 Satin Damask Towels, new
floral designs, hemstitched ends, large
size and fine glossy finish; good C9
value at oc regular, this week. JJL
90c Fancy Linen Huck Towels 73c
20x40 Fancy, All-Linen Huck Towels,
beautiful floral patterns, hemstitched
and scalloped ends, something differ
ent; regular 90c towels: this nop
week I0L
35c Fringed & Hemstitched Towels 27c
20x42 Bleached Damask Towels with
fringe and plain; 19x38 fine Bleached
iluck Towels, fancy huck plain ends
and plain huck hemstitched 07
ends; this week...
25c Huck Towels, Bleached 19c
18x30 Bleached Linen Huck Towels,
in all-plain, plain body, corded ends,
plain body with blue stripe bord-1 Q
ered ends; this week. AC
90c Monogram Huck Towels 73c
20x40 Fine All-Linen Bordered Huck
Towels with Monogram designs on
each end and hemstitched some
thing new and very durable. 70
This week
Don't climb the big hills. Take the easy grade. Buy and
build in Mono? eights. You can see Alt. Hood and Alt.
Adams and Columbia River from any one of our lots. Have
a lot where you can raise a garden. Our land is all garden
land. JVo RocKf. Easy terms. A special discount if you
build. Lots $2,00 and up. Building restrictions.
GBOo Do CajiDIbtBirtsoini Co0
Or Phone 307-X
20c Hemmed Tea Towels 12c
16x32 Fine Bleached, Red Striped,
Glass Linen Tea Towels, something
you have been looking for but could
not find. You can buy them 1 Hi
this week for ILix
15c Fine Bleached Huck Towels 10c
18x35 Fine Bleached Huck Towels in
all-plain and with red stripe border, a
good serviceable towel, good size! A.
and weight; this week only 1UI
65c I:tra Large and Heavy Unbleached Bath Towels . 47c
35c l:xtra Large Bleached or Unbleached Bath Towels 27c
A Good Size Bleached or Unbleached Bath Towel 1 5c
VES! The New Spring Coatsand Suits are arriving andjhey
are beauties, well worth looking over. The prices will surprise you
Miss Gernldlne Coarsen f Portland
was the week end guest of Minn Ig
nore Adams.
Mr. J. K. Gordon, who has been
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mr.
J. P. Goodpasture.
F. II. Stanton returned the last of
the week after having spent several
weeks at Rainier, Wash.
The planer at Iee linn resumed op
erations after having been flowed
down for a little over two mouths.
Mr. and Mrs. William Ehrek, who
have been spending the winter In
Portland, returns! the last of the
Mrs. Sarah E. Kitchen arrived from
North Dakota Friday to visit ut the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Wiu. Brown
on the heights.
(Jeorge II. Hliues of Portland, sec
retary of the Oregon Historical So
clety, was here the last of the week
collecting historical data.
A masquerade hall given by New
man s orchestra was enjoyed ty a
number of young people at Odd Fel
lows hall Wednesday evening.
Mrs. S. Fanisworth of Council
Bluffs. Iowa, came to Hood River
last week to luspei-t her daughter's
ranch and spend some time here.
Word has been received that Mar
tin Lund, who was committed to the
Stute Asylum ou October 31, was
discharged as cured, on Wednesday
The Phllathea and Baraca classes
of the Congregational church are re
hearsing the ploy entitled "Brook'
dale Farm," which they lutend to
present soon.
Thomas Y, attorney
of Ouray, Col., was here the last of
the week looking over the valley and
renewing a former acquaintanceship
with E. C. Smith.
The local Sbrlners are to give a
formal dance on Friday, March 1. A
delegation will go to Portland Sat
urday to attend a meeting at which
a large number of Initiates will be
Dayton McLucas, Allen Harris,
lister Fisher and Lawrence Hersh-
ner entertained their Sunday school
classmates very pleasantly Wednes
day evening at the Hershner home.
bout thirty guests were present
aixl nil were masked aud costumed
A jolly evening was spent.
Mr. nud Mrs. Coburn Allen left the
latter part of the week to be ou hand
to witness the "Rodeo," a duplicate
of the Pendleton Hound-up which Is
to be presented soon at Los Angeles.
Several local men are Interested In
the company which has charge of
the "Rodeo." and Charles Hall Is
The D. Y. W. Y. K. Girls are to
give a leap year dance a week from
tomorrow evening, being Thursday
the 29th. Vogel's orchestra will fur.
nlsh music. Arrangements are In
charge of Mrs. Perlgo, Mrs. Hartley,
Mrs. Cool Id ge and the Misses Gibson,
Otis, Miller, Johnson, Imholz, Sproat
and Bragg.
F. G. Church received news the last
of the week of the death at Kendall,
Mich., of II. M. Klngsley, formerly
owner of a ranch In the I (elm on t
district. Mr. Klngsley went east In
1'JlO. He had a large circle of friends
In the valley and was well thought
of. News of his death was received
with sincere regret.
An enjoyable valentine party was
given Thursday evening when Mrs.
I). G. Jackson, Mrs. E. W. Crelghton
and Mrs. C. H. Sletten entertained
the Prlscllla Club and the meinlxTs'
husbands at the home of Mrs. Jack
son. Whist was played, honors being
taken by Mrs. McClaln and W. L.
Stewart. Mrs. Huxley took the con
solation prize. Dainty refreshments
were served and the evening's enter
tainment concluded with the united
singing of a numls-r of old familiar
Don't forget to m-e Howell Broth
ers when you come 10 nuy your
sprayer, for they will save you
Miss Helen Teal speut last week in
Mr. and Mrs. F. II. Coolldge sent
the week end In Portland.
W. II. Lawrence left yesterday to
spend two or three days In Portland.
The San Soucl Club will meet to
morrow at the home of Mrs. J. M.
Mrs. IxKy Armstrong left Mon
day for a couple ut days' visit In
A daughter arrived last week at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Mer
rill on Tucker road.
Mr. and Mrs. William Staats of
Dufur are visiting their daughter,
Mrs. Charles. N'. Clarke.
The stork brought a nine-pound
boy to the home of Mr. and Mrs,
MacHush at Mount Hoot) last week
Hose Copple, Mrs. E. II. Green and
Anna Wilson, all of Dee, returned the
first of the week from a visit In Port
Uichard W. Montague returned to
Portlaud yesterday after having
been the guest of Mr. and Mn. Geo
I. Sargent for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs, A. (J. Lawrence, who
live three miles south of the city, are
receiving congratulations upon tin
birth Friday of an eleven-pound boy.
The Ladles' Aid Society of the Uni
ted Brethren thup'h will hold Its
monthly Kensington at the home of
Mrs. Ma Spangle Friday afternoon.
Miss Elizabeth Ware left Monday
for The Dalles, where she will send
a week organizing three Loyal
classes at the Christian church lefore
returning to her home here.
Miss Jamme of Kochester, Minn.,
nas arrived to spend the summer
with her mother at Oak Grove,
Miss Louise Jamme has gone to Mln
neapolls to spend a couple of months.
News from Este Broslus, who Is
undergoing treatment at Ieysln,
Switzerland, Is to tin; effect that he
Is steadily Improving and expects to
be able to travel In two or three
The ladles of the Christian church
announce that they will serve tea at
the home of Mrs. Neat, 111)7 Thir
teenth street, tomorrow (Thursday)
afternoon. All are Invited to come
and have a social time.
Dr. and Mrs. Kauaga entertained
a few friends at a dinner party
Thursday evening. The table was
attractively decorated In green and
pussy willows. Cards were played
and a most enjoyable evening passed.
Candidates' petitions which have
been filed with the county clerk to
date Include the following: John P.
Putnam of Parkdale for county com
missioner, W. E. Hanson for county
clerk, Thomas F. Johnson for sheriff
and L. A. Henderson for county sur
A China pheasant hen recently
made Its appearance among the Hock
of chickens owned by E. K. Bradley,
on the heights. Later It disappeared
for a short time and returned with a
handsome mate. Both birds are
comparatively tame and make them
selves at home with their unusual
Kt. lie v. Hubert L. Paddock, bish
op of Eastern Oregon, has announced
that he will administer the sacred
rite of confirmation at St. Mark's
church Sunday, April JW. Bishop
Paddock has gone to Victoria, B. V,.,
where he will be present at the con
secration of Bishop Roper. He will
prench at the cathedral In that city
next Sunday.
Mrs. B. E. Duncan and Mrs. E. C.
Smith entertained the Auction Bridge
Club nnd the Young Woman's Sew
ing Club at Mrs. Smith's home last
week. It was a valentine party nnd
hearts were played, there lielng
seven tattles. lr. Kanaga mm Mrs.
Delbert Rand carried off the honors,
while a consolation prize consisting
f a pack of cards wis given away
at each table. Delicious refreshments
M. E. McCarty returned Sunday
evening from a three-weeks' trip to
New York City In the Interests of the
Paris Fair.
Mrs. M. M. Hill aud Mrs. O. II. Hill
entertained the Aloha Club and the
members' husbands very delightfully
at a one o'clock luncheon Friday
afternoon at the home of Mr. nnd
Mrs. M. M. Hill. Coers were laid
for thirty-five and a delicious three
course luucheon was served. At Its
conclusion all present responded to
brief toasts aud a Jolly time was had.
The remainder of the afternoon was
spent In music and readings.
Asked whether he would accept the
Democratic nomination as state sen
ator, announcement of which Is made
In another column, Judge Derby re
plied that, like Roosevelt, he prefers
to remain non-commltal at the pres
ent time. George R. Wilbur, whom
the county committee has selected to
run for district attorney, says his
sentlmeuts are the same as Judge
Derby's In the matter of following
the Colonel's stand pat tactics.
J. W. Simmons of Portlaud Is en
gaged In moving his household goods
tothel'pper Valley, where he will
make his home with Mrs. Simmons
and his two daughters. Mr. Sim
mons bought seventy acres last
month from Chester C. Walton. This
place Is three miles due south of
Parkdale. Three acres are set to
trees aud the rest Is unimproved,
but Mr. Simmons expects to set to
work clearing as soon as possible.
Mrs. Simmons and daughters will
arrive from Portland the last of the
A horse belonging to R. E. Clax
ton dropped dead on State street
Tuesday morning.
The committee of ten which bus In
charge the matter of revising the
city charter will hold a meeting at
the Commercial Club Friday eveulng
at which time a report will be sub
mitted by the committee of three
which hus l-en working on the
proposition of having a business
manager, who will be assisted by
the council as an advisory board.
All who are Interested tu this Im
portant mutter are urged to l
present at the meeting Friday at
7::t() p. in.
Cleanse the bowels aud strengthen
the liver by using Herblne. It Is a
Hue liver stimulant and bowel regu
lator. Price Sold by Cbns. N.
$5,000 To Loan
$.1,IXM) to loan on first class secur
ity. Must be Improved orchard
land. Reed & Henderson, Inc. 2 tf
Best by test Log Cabin Bread.
For sale at A. C. Staten Grocery and
Bragg Mercantile Co.
Seven-room house for sale on
Eighth street. Lot iDOx'.MI. Nice
home. Quick sale at 9 1 AVI, one-half
or less cash. Reed & Henderson Inc.
Get Good Harness
We carry a line which will
never cause trouble. We also
have a complete line of Sad
del ry goods.
HanJmaJt Harriett a Specially
Bell Building Hood River, Ore.
The housewife can save herself a great amount
of hard drudgery by sending in her heavy flat
pieces to the LAUNDRY. Our prices will average
25 cents a dozen for flat pieces. Our FLAT WORK
IRONER does the work entirely by pressure, there
being no friction to wear away the goods, and it
produces that DOMESTIC FINISH so eagerly sought
by neat housekeepers and obtained only at HIGH
CLASS LAUNDRIES. Don't wait until you are ill
before giving us a trial. Have us call for your
bundle NOW and retain your health.
Electric Wiring & Supply Co.
A. U DAY, rreMnt
Under First National Bank Building
. J. M. GKItiER. Vlr ITm. ami Manager
were served.