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THE HOOD RIVER NEWS, WEDNESDAY, MAY 22, 1912
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See Our Window Display of Oxfords. The
cold season has left us many more than we
need, hence this very unusual price for reg
ular $5.00 and $6.00 Shoes. Tans, Gun
Patents Cbc Newest.
$2.65 to $8.90
NAVY and TAN
$10.00 to $20.00
$4.90 to $12.90
25 to $2.50
The Right Cut
The New Ones
$5.00 to $8.50
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$10:22 to $25:22
DESIGNED liS TAILORED
Workshop sf Worth
BRANDEGEE KINCAID ftCO.
! LOCALS PERSONALS
Money in hay land. B. E. Duncan
Albert Sutton spent the latter part
of the week In Portland.
Renew the life of your Urea. The
Tire Shop. 413 Oak St. ltc
A daughter wan born Wednesday
toIr. Hud Mrs. Milton H. Sharp.
Misses Laura and May Smith are
spending their vacation at Wasco.
Donald Bronson of Hamilton. O.,
Is visiting his brother, Dr. Malcolm
The Tire Shop at 413 Oak street
makes a specialty of all klndn of tire
It. I). Shelley, formerly a resident
of thin city and now of (arson,
Wash., wa here the hint of the week
accompanied by hi bride, having
been married a few days previously.
Money In hay laud. B. E. Duncan
C. If. stranahan visited hit son In
Mrs M. E. Teal of Portland arriv
ed last week to visit her daughter.
j Miss Hlen Teal.
Mi WJlma Donald of The Dalles
' visited her aunt, Mrs. W. E. Hanson,
here on Sunday.
Local Boy Scouts are planning to
entertalu their parents and friends
j at a camping party Friday evening.
Send In vour orders for berry puck-
ers' and pickers' tickets. Do it now
! b. fore yon are right In the rush of
Mr and Mrs. Lee Flrebaugh ofOrt
ley were Inspecting their Interests
here Sunday and also took a trip to
i I I
uot a word t0 remind you
that the Straw
berry Season is close at hand and that
you are soon going to need a supply of
Pickers' and Packers' Tickets
We are prepared to fill your order
promptly and reasonably. By plac
ing it now you will insure PROMPT
Tlace your Order TO-VAy
I PS( RJvcr News Company
Mrs. H. D. Fredericks returned the
last of the week from a visit In Port
land. Miss Bess Yowell spent the week
end In Portland visiting Miss Edrls
The Tire Shop guarantees all tire
repairs to hold and give satisfaction.
413 Oak street. ltc
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Davidson spent
two or three days In Portland the
laat of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Connor
and son, Frank L., were week-end
visitors In Portland.
Miss Geraldlne Cuursen came from
Portland Thursday to le the guest
of Miss Lenore Adams.
Mr. and Mrs. (J. W. Ingram of the
I'pper Valley spent a couple of days
In town the last of the week.
Stacey It. McDonald and Florence
M. Schell were married by Justice of
the Peace A. C. Buck the last of the
W. II. Hardlnger and (i. C. Kuff,
both Portland business men who
own property here, werj week-end
visitors to Inspect their ranches.
Miss Saru Oakeg of Boise. Idaho,
who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Lucas, at whose home her father Is
ill, returned to Boise the last pf week;
Mrs. John It. Putnam returned the
last of the week from Portland,
where Mr. Putnam submitted to an
orutlon. He will probably not lie
able to return for a couple of weeks.
J. W. Crltes started work this
week on a six-room bungalow which
he Is building on the lot recently
purchased by him and located Just
west of the Nelson bungalow on
('. A. Cass returned last Sat
urday from a two-weeks' stay ut
ranch located at Bull Run. Mr. and
Mrs. Cass are planning to spend a
couple of months at Bull Itun later
In the Hummer.
On account of the high water In
the river the steamers Teal and Ta
horna are now docking Just across
the track from the station and the
I'nrlerwood ferry Is also diking at
the same place.
Mr. and Mrs. fJeorge II. Lynn,
whose home on State street was de
stroyed by fire, are building tin a lot
located on Serpentine Drive near the
steps. It will Is; constructed on the
bungalow style and cement block
will Is; used.
We do all kinds of a engine re
pairing. Volstorff Supply House on
the Height. It
Full Hue of Diamond Tires Vol
storff Supply House on the Heights.
MIsh H. Driver of Tacoma has been
visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. Ithodes
Mrs. W. S. Kennedy and little
daughter of The Dalles visited here
Mrs. H. F. Newhall of Minneapolis
arrived Saturday to spend several
weeks with her son. It. T. Newhall.
There are some very desirable office
rooms for rent in the Heilbronner
Building; at from $10 to $15 a month.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Caufield of Ore
gon City came to Hood Klver the
last of the week to visit their daugh
ter. Mrs. L. A. Henderson.
Mrs. M. F. Jacobs, who has been
visiting hei daughter, Mrs. H. I).
Fredericks, for the past month, re
turned to Portland Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. H. Wilson, who
have been visiting their son, Ashley
Wilson, left the last of the week for
The Dalles now proposes to pay
the mayor of that city f.00 a year.
The proposition will be submitted
to the voters at a special election
Several local Elks attended lodge
at The Dalles Thursday evening
when about .'!2 candidates were Initi
ated Into the order. Most of the In
itiates were from Ceutral Oregon.
Mrs M. E. Southworth, a repre
sentative of the Sunset Magazine,
was here the last of the week gather
ing material and was escorted about
the valley by Secretary Scott of the
Comim rclal Club.
County Superintendent C.D.Thornp
son was a speaker at the Commence
ment excerclses of the Odell school
held Friday morning. After the ex
ercises a basket lunch was served on
the school grounds.
Lovers of music, as well as those
who enjoy n good meal, should take
their suppers at the Mt. Hood hotel,
where Mrs. U rice, a graduate of the
Damrosch Institute of Musical Art,
plays during this meal.
Trout fishing In the streams of
Hood Klver Is reported much better
this season than usual. Fishermen
are catching a large nurnls r of black
bass In the sloughs near the city.
Nearly 400 fishing lifelines have
Ix-en Issued by the county clerk to
date. Local sportsmen nre begin
ning their annual Journeys to the
more remote mountain streams.
A son was born Sat unlay to Mr.
and Mrs. E. Dobbins, who live near
John Cradelbaugb, a pioneer news
paper man of this city arrived In
town Tuesday to visit frlen.ls.
Among those from here who at
tended the J uulor Week End fefrtlvl
ties at the F. of O. were Miss Eva
Boyed, Mls Eva Brock, Miss Bertha
Hendricks, Ix-ster Murphy and Will
M. H. Brown of Portland, who
has been visiting Dr. nml Mrs. Sharp,
returned to Portland the last of the
week accompanied by Masters Henry
and Myron Sharp, who will lie his
guests for a couple of weeks.
Mrs. J. A. Devlin, who has been
visiting Mr. anc Mrs. J. A. Epplng,
returned to Astoria Saturday. Mrs.
Epplng went to Portland and re
turned with her mother, Mrs.
Itahlls, uhd her sister, Miss Maud
The first lloor of the addition to
the Davidson Fruit Company's plant
will Is; completed this week In readi
ness for receiving strawberries. The
company states that It expects to be
making some heavy shipments by
the last of next week.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Lakln of Prlne
vllle, who were married at that place
a week ago, sent part of their hon
eymoon as guests of Mr. and Mrs.
J. P. Lucas last week on their way
home from Portland. Mrs. Lakln,
nee Miss Lorene Wlnnlk, Is a niece of
Hark! the girls of Pine (irove are
going to give a Leap Year Dance at
the Orange Hall, May 24. Everyone
Is cordially Invited to attend and
have a good time. (Jlrls, don't for
get your $1.50. Music by Vogel's or
chestra. Hours from 1) p. in. to 2
David Stoner and two daughters,
Mime and Anna, have been guests at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. II
Lawrence. Their home Is In Pitts
burg. Pa., and they are enjoying an
extended tour of the West, having
come here from Yosemlte Valley.
Mrs. Lawrence entertained for her
guests the last of the week.
Among the local Elks who jour
neyed to The Dalles the last of the
week for the Initiatory "doings"
were.). ), Vogt, Hans Lnge, Captain
McCann, W. II. Chipping, F. E. Par
ker, II. D. Wood.C. N. Clarke, J. If.
Fredrley, F. II. Coolldge, O. A. Mc
Curd.v, J. B. Hunt, F. E. Newby, J.
E, Robertson and William Nichols.
C. F. (illls-rt spent Monday anil
Tuesday In Portland.
(iooseberrles for canning. CI. II.
Bobbins, Phone 1H42K. 212k-
A daughter was born yesterday
morning to . Mr. and Mrs. P. C.
Miss Zenla Senbrook was able to
return to her home from the hospl
A. C. Buck has secured a full line of
pension claim blanks and Is now
ready for all corners.
Frye Herbert of Baker, Ore., vis
ited his uncle ami aunt, Mr. and
Mrs. J. P. Lucas, the first of the
It. E. Harbison and wire of Hills
boro, former residents here, arrived
Monday for a visit ami are staying
at the Hotel Oregon.
L. H. Hugglns was unanimously
elected president of the council at the
meeting Monday evening, to succetd
Dr. F. C. Broslus, resigned.
E. L. Smith and his daughter. Mrs.
W. M. Stewart, left Monday for a
few days visit with his daughter,
Mrs. O. J. Nelson, at (ioldetidale.
Dr. and Mrs. Durham of Muskegon,
Mich., who came west on the Shrln
ers' pilgrimage to Portland, were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Schaff
ner last week.
At the meeting of the city council
Monday Councilman Ed Mayes, (. A.
Clarke and Rev. E. T. Simpson were
named as a committee to nrrange
for the Decoration Day exercises.
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. R. Brown of
Denver, Col., arrived Monday to
spend tho summer, having rented
the fine home of (ieorge It. Lawrence
on Belmont Road and Avalon Way
for several m jnths.
Miss Hilda Tooze and Miss Penrl
Slevers. who have lsen teaching In
the L'ppcr Valley, returned to Oregon
City Saturday. They were accom
panied by Mrs. Charles T. Tooze, who
had been visiting her daughter.
Four automobile loads left Mon
day on a Junket to Camas Pralrfe,
Trout Lake and (ilenwood, Wash.,
to be gone several days. The party
Included the following: Mr. and Mrs.
Bumette E. Duncan, Mr. and Mrs.
Noah Bone, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Hell
hronner, Mr. and Mrs. ('. N. Ravllu,
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. King, Mr. and
Mrs. I rank E. Deem, Mr. and Mrs.
Truman Butler,' Mr. nnd Mrs. (1.
Arthur Clarke, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
J. Calkins and his mother, Mrs,
Pupils (ilve Recital
The second piano recital by the pu
pils of Miss Maude Carllhl was given
at her studio on Saturday afternoon.
A well rendered program of seven
teen numbers was given, the solos
entirely from memory. Especial In
terest was manifested In the playing
of the beginners, some of whom
played for the first time at the Feb
ruary recital. A marked advance
ment was noticed In their playing,
as well as In that of the more ad
On next Saturday afternoon Miss
Carlisle will present the advanced
pupils, assisted by the Misses
Thompson and Whitehead, violin,
and Miss Bartmess, voice.
For automobile supplies call at the
Volstorff Supply House on the
von nrn bound to finrl tVm
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blend that iust suits your
taste. We nave every good
blend Ooloong, Ceylon and
India; Gunpowder, English
Breakfast, Japan and Green
and Black mixed in moisture
and dust proof Screw-Top
Cannisters. They are put up
by Chase & Sanborn, whose
years of experience means a
great deal to you if you will
take advantage of it.
Try a smalltin just to con
vince yourselves. We know
what will happen.
THE STAR GROCERY
"6000 THINGS TO EAT"
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