The Hood River news. (Hood River, Or.) 1909-current, June 12, 1912, Page 8, Image 8

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LOT No. 1
Consists of
Corset Covers
values to 39c
Choice 19C
Corset Covers
Values to 60c
Now 39c
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A. ? f7 J f,vr,N4i inciuues our very uamucM M1A ri 7 lllt I
" icEOBS DRAWERS, vas up ,o 3.UU . . JJB&1X J-f.
lues to 60c I
LOT No.4
Values to $1.50
Now 98c
Supply Your Needs for the Year at This JUNE WHITE SALE (wfnedeow)
Men's Suits
In these lots
$5.00, $8.00, $12.00
These suits are me
dium and dark colors
values to .
$10, $16.50, $25
Children's Shoes
Boy's Shoes
Baby's Shoes
These goods are all
right but lines are brok
en and we price low
to move them.
For Ladies
Just right for this
season of the year
-values to$15 oo
Your ch oice $2.50
Calicoes - 5c
Galateas - - - 14c
20c Dimity - - - 9c
18c Lawns - - - 9c
Soiled Waists - - 95c
Another Lot 65c
Includes values up to $4.90 each
$2.90 Petticoats - 95c
25c Sunbonnets - 10c
Boys' Suits
In these lots
$1.50, $2.50, $3.50
Values up to $ 1 0, including
Youths' Suits
Long Pants
$3.00 and $5.00
Includes values up to $ 1 I
For the Man who Cares
Our entire line of
Tan and Black Oxfords
Boys' Overalls
45c values, 25c
Boys' Knee Pants
75c values, now 25c
-7 vin
Money in hay land. B. E. Duncan
& Co.
('. A Chub went on a business trip
to Astoria Friday.
J. S. Knapp und little daughter
went to Portland Friday fur aN
days' stay.
Messrs. Hutson find linker are
planning to give a dance at Park
dale Hall Friday, JuneSV
V. K. Sherman and family went to
Portland Friday and may utay over
to nee some of the Howe Festival.
I... J. Bronnugh and H. I. Twelve
of the I'pper Valley spent a couple of
days In the city the lact of the week.
Mr. and Mr. I. K. Acheson are re
ceiving congratulations upon the
Mrt h of a hoii on Wednesday of last
Ix-slle I'.ntler shipped hi autorno
bile to Portland liy lioat Saturday
and In spending the week at the Hose
Ned Van Horn graduated from the
I'ortland Academy hint week. He
Intend to enter Stanford I 'Diversity
next Fall.
S. W. Moore came from The Italh-s
Friday to vlnlt hi daughter, Mr. V.
C. Brock. MIhh Lillian Brock, who
spent the week visiting relative at
Wiim'ii, accompanied him.
Money In hay laud. 13. E. Duncan
& Co.
A. I. Maxim went to Portland Fri
day to deliver an addrenn liefore the
Central Labor Council on the good
read bill.
George A. (lough of Arlington,
Ore., arrived the lat of the week to
spend a few days on hi ranch In the
Fpper Valley.
The Misses Florence and Harriet
Castner went to Portland Friday to
spend a couple of months with their
Miss Fdna Fvans of Moro, Ore.,
has been visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. .1. M.
Wright, they having been neighbors
and friends In Texas.
Mrs. George Lynn and Miss Heath
were among those who went to
Portland Saturday to see the open
ing of the Hose Carnival.
Miss P.ertha Masters, who has been
spending several weeks at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. C. I. Thomspon, re
turned to Portland the last of the
The 10,912 bond Issue for Improve
ments In sewer districts two, six and
seven was sold hist week to the
llanchett Bond Company of Chicago
and the money has leen received. lie
Imbursements lire now being made
to property owners In those districts.
10 Icrcs mostly in bearing, with house, M
barn and outbuildings, located in the 010 flfM flfl
heart of the valley for 0IZ,UUUtUU M
Can be bought on easy terms. It's $1,500 less than J
cost, fcstimateu crop mis year win oe over .5,vw n
See us about it right a tut ay
heilbronner Building
Hood River, Oregon
Mrs. W. II. Tobey of Parkdale was
a week end visitor In the city.
G. A. Molden has been called to
Tacoma by th serious Illness of his
Miss Lydla Johnson Is among the
Hood Hlver visitors at the carnival
In I'ortland this week.
Mr. and Mrs. F. V. Blagden joined
the local delegation that Is enjoying
the Portland carnival this week.
Furnished or unfurnished office or
housekeeping rooms for rent. Reed
& Henderson, Inc. 21tf
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Thomas, who
have a ranch at Dee, came from New
port Wednesday to visit at the
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
O. P. Dabney.
Mrs. F. J. Patterson, with her little
son anil daughter, went to Portland
Friday to spend a few days. She
will also meet her sister, Mrs. W. II.
Hoog of Honolulu, who will be her
,.The Hood Hlver Humane Society
will hold its annual meeting in the
parlor of the Commercial Club on
Saturday, June l.", at .1 o'clock. It
is hoped there will be a full attend
ance at this meeting. Mrs. H. L.
Fording, Se'c'y. 2-'t 24
C. M. Sharpsten, Frank II. Moore,
Jack Hubell and A. V. Smith of
Walla Walla arrived In Hood Hlver
Friday, after having made the trip
In a Pierce Arrow machine. They
spent a day at Mr. Moore's ranch In
the I'pper Valley before proceeding
to Portland.
Walter McClure nnd Nam BHIah,
athletes en route to compete In
the Olympic games at Stockholm,
Sweden, stopped off a short time
Friday to see Claude Thompson
Martin Hawkins1, nnother Olympic
contestant, stopped off Saturday to
see H. W. Kelly.
j A. L. Day has had such success
j with a lemon tree, which has furnish
ed Mm with lemonade for the past
three years, that he has Just secured
two orange trees. The trees arrived
ths last of tlie week from Fresno,
Cat., nnd he has set them out at his
place on June street.
The following physician of Hood
Ulver county filed a petition with
the county court last week asking
that Dr. Jese Fdglngton be appoint
ed county health oflicer In the event
of the prewnt health olllcer, Dr. M.F.
Shaw, resigning or otherwise vacat
ing t he office; II. L. Dumble, K. V.
Dutro. F. C I! rosins, J. F. Watt and
I; D. Kanaga.
J. M. Wright wan a business vlsl
tor In Portland the first of the week
A. C. Staten went to Trout Lake
on a pleasure trip the first of the
Mr, and Mrs. Walter Cloud of Was
co were guests at the home of Hub
bard Taylor the first of the week.
Dr. (i. W. McCauley and Dr. James
Hawkins of Portland were Sunday
visitors at the home of H. K. I rubier
Mr. and Mrs. (iuy Smith were
among those who went to Portland
the first of the week to witness the
Mr. and Mrs. Pert Shelley joined
the Hood Itiver delegation that went
to Portland the first of the week to
see the carnival.
The Misses Columbia and Caroline
Thronson returned to Prlnevllle
Monday, after having visited at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank A
Postmaster J. P. Lucas went to
Portland Monday to be present at
the convention of the postmasters of
the Northwest, which Is being held
there this week.
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Heed went to
Portland Sunday to spend several
days. Mrs. Albert P. Heed and her
mother, Mrs. Amble, also went to
the Hose City yesterday.
Mrs. F. II. Morlan went to Port
land Monday to spend the week.
She was accompanied by Miss Cath
erine Hoss, who will visit relatives In
the Hose City for a few days.
L. M. Baldwin or the First Nation
al Iiank expects to. leave for the I'p
per Valley tomorrow to spend the
summer on tils rancn, where ne is
making extensive improvements.
Lyman Smith of Portland, a for
mer resident here, was renewing old
acijualntalnces Saturday and Sun
day. This was Mr. Smith's first
visit to Hood Hlver lu three years,
Mrs. W. H. Montgomery and two
daughters, Misses Huth and Martha,
arrived the first of the week from
Greenfield, Ind., to vtlt Mrs. Mont
gomery's son and daughter, James
and Mary Montgomery, for a month
or two.
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Davy of
Niagara Falls, N. V., arrived the last
of the week to spend several weeks
as the guests of their daughter, Mrs.
Willis Van Horn. Mr. nnd Mrs.
Davy were here six years ngo and
were most agreeably surprised at
the great development which has
taken place since that time.
If you want anything In the bee
line, ask W. W. Dakln; phone 107X
15 tfc
A. W. Stone came down from Mt.
Hood Sunday and Is spending a few
days In Portland.
Mr and Mrs. H. II. Newhall were
week end visitors with their daugh
ter, Mrs. K. H. Pooley.
(). K. Lucas arrived from Wallace,
Idaho, Monday morning to visit his
brother, Frank Lucas.
W. (i. Snow was among those who
went to Portland the first of the
week to spend a day or two.
Joseph Davis Sears went to Port
land the first of the week to spend a
few days and see the Hose Carnival.
Mr, and Mrs. M. K. liartmess and
two daughters went to Portland
Monday to see "The Bridge of the
Mrs. Murray Kay and little daugh
ter went to Portland Monday to
visit friends for a week and see the
Hose Carnival.
Miss Virginia Grlfllth of Washing
ton, I), ('., arrived Friday to spend
the summer as the guest of her
sister, Mrs. J. W. ('rites.
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Arnold left yes
terday for Wlnhsk, Wash., to be pres
ent today at the wedding of their
son, Floyd.
Mi. and Mrs. W. F. Lnraway went
to Portland Monday for a couple of
days In order to see the opening
days of the Hose Carnival.
Mrs. (). II. Baker went to Port
lond Monday t.o Ik; present at the
Masonic and Eastern Star conven
tion letng held there this week.
Mr. and Mrs. H.C.Peters of ('In
clnnatl, ()., arrived Sunday to spend
the summer with their son, A. W.
Peters. They were accompanied by
their daughter. Miss Florence Peters,
and Miss Margaret Mllllken.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. H. Norton arrived
from Minneapolis Friday to be the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hooker.
Mr. Norton Is a grnln dealer of that
city. It. F. Hooker of Minneapolis,
who has lecn visiting his brother
hero for a couple of weeks, has re
turned to Minneapolis.
The body of Fred i,ang, the young
man who was drowned la the
Columbia last week, was washed
ashore about a mile and a half west
of the city and was discovered Sun
day. Marshal Icwls and Dr. Dum
ble, the coroner, were notified and
had the remains removed to this
Mrs. K. T. Simpson went to Port
land yesterday to visit friends for a
few days.
Mr. JA. VV. Pierce of Pine Grove
has been 111 at the hospital for sev
eral days, but Is now recovering.
Dr. and Mrs. Stanton Allen, with
their two daughters, went to Port
land Monday to spend a few days.
E. O. Blanchar, A. J. Derby and
W. L, Clarke spent Sunday ou a fish
Ing trip up the lake branch of the
Hood Hlver.
A social dance will be given Satur
day evening at Helbrjuner hall for
the benefit of the Hood Itiver Base
ball team. All are cordially Invited.
A good time Is assured.1
Mrs. M. C. Illcks, who lives on Wll
son street, sustained a painful Injury
Friday, when she spilled the contents
of a hot kettle over herself. Although
badly sci.lded. she is now recovering.
Messrs. C. G. and H. W. Pratt, ac
companled by Charles Kakl, enjoyed
an automobile trip and several days
outing at Trout Lake. Wash., last
week. They report that there are
already many vacationists nt the
lake. The flhlng was good and
they hooked over fifty large moun
tain trout, with which the lake has
ls-en stocked.
Lawrence Gerdes has returned from
the Oregon Agricultural College,
where he has completed the phar
macy course. Mr. Gerdes has suc
cessfully passed his final examina
tions ami was also successful In pa.
Ing the state examinations permit
ting htm to practice his profession.
He will spend his vacation with his
parents here.
A social dance will lie given Satur
day evening at Hellbronner hall for
the benefit of the Hood Hlver Base
ball team. All are cordially Invited.
A good time Is assured.
Charles Hall left Monday evening
on a month's trip East, In the course
of which he will visit his former
home lu Pennsylvania and will also
be present at the seventy-fifth anni
versary of his alma mater, Michigan
Fn! versify, where he will represent
the local alumni of that Institution.
Men s Clothes
Cleaned and Pressed
The work we do upon Men's
clothes is very much better
than that you obtain at every
average pressing shop.
We really clean your clothes
not merely sponge them ov
er and remove, for a time,
spots by local treatment
And we press your garments
as would a tailor. Make them
fit right, hang right and hold
hold their shape.
Our service may cost you a
little more, but it's cheaper in
the end, for its not required
as often.
Spaulding's Tailor Shop
OUest, Largttt, B;t. PbOIIB 13-1
isnl Reed & Henderson, Inc.
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Pacific Coast Casualty Co.
Commercial Union Assurance Co., Ltd., of London
Hanover Fire Insurance Co. of New York
Pelican Assurance Co. of New York
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