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THE HOOD RlVft MEWS, WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 25, 1912
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Satisfaction Tan or Black. Extra Selected
.:, Calfskin. Elegant Custom
111 every pair. Lines. Low Heel.
For the Man Who Cares
Most Styles $5.00
Our Shoes Guaranteed.
Every Pair All Leather
Guaranteed Six Months
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Bought with the Cash in
the best markets known.
We can supply your every need. Our staff of
salespeople are right onto everything connected
with our line. We want YOUR business, and we
will hold it.
RAMI A. CRA1
I It's Not What You Pay
You Get! J J
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Florsheim Quality insure ( J5grT..y rr I
III comfort, long wear. and en- (&&' I
SHOE Five Dollars the Pair fl
Tka ho for tha man who carao : I
We Fit Your Feet.
Our Shoes Are Reliable
Sold Only Here
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Mr. A. H. HaliU'i Biivt a luncheon
Thurndn.v In lionor of Mr. Marlon
Ilefore trnjllic. tf Unwell Kros.
new apple rack with th latent Im
provement. Mrs. Malel Hanley of Portland
vlHltel her parents, Mr. and Mr.
A. V. lioortuau, here last week.
F. I. Nunamaker left Friday for
the ). A. ('.. where lie w ill start his
Wscond year an a Htudent of agricul
ture. Dr. Hay rainier, who was called
here by the death of hi son, return
ed to Warrenwbiirg. Mo , the laxt of
Mr. Hans Lage went to Portland
the last of the week to vUlt her Mu
ter, Mm Keller, who recently ar
rived from Germany.
Minn Hazel Smith left Friday for a
nhort vlwlt In Portland, after which
nhe will go to S'aletn to attend the
Mrs. KoU-rt Wahlstrom of the
l'per Valley has been entertaining
Mrs. V. H. Webster and Miss Kiln I.
Webster of Mitchell, S. I.
W. M. (Joodenouich left Friday for
Spokane, where he has accepted a
position as superintendent of the
paper mill operated by the Inland
Miss Kuth Morrison and Miss
Kdythe ltrunqulst left Friday for
Corvallls, w here Miss BrunquiNt w ill
continue her studies and Miss Mor
rison will matriculate.
Mrs. I'na Dabney visited her par
ents here last week while on her way
to Jolu her husband at Weiser, Idaho,
where he Is employed as superintend
eut of h larjje fruit tract.
B. K. Duncan has Hold to ('. T.
HolH-rts HO acres of Camas Prairie
bottom land, w hich Mr. Roberts In
teDds to place under cultivation. The
drainage system is now effective and
Mr. Duncan has two Kiintf plows at
work turning over about six acres u
day. He expifts to plow and plant
about 41X1 acres.
F. X. Arens, leader of the People's
H.vmphony Orchestra of New York
'lty and owner of a fi.1 acre ranch
here, left the last of the week to re
turn Fast after spending the summer
liere. Mr. Aretis was entertained
during his visit In Portland by Mr.
ami Mrs. Max Flelschner am) tlnlr
daughter, Mrs Henry Metzger, n
former music pupil of Mr Arens, and
by Mm. Imogene Harding I'rodle
On Saturday the Iiiltmore Forest
School, under the guidance of Its
director, Dr. Carl Schenck, passi d
through Hood Hiyeren route to Its
w Inter iuarters at Daen Stadt, ier
many. Hunm-ll J. Pond of the 1'pper
Valley Joined them and went as far
aa lkwcbule Junction, where lie
branched off to go to Prlnevllle to
visit t)l friend, Henry McCall, w ho
hn recently jurchased n large hay
mid atiK-k ranch on Crooked Itlver.
Lima an- Spray Kelly Hroft.. phone
Some money to hum or Invest In
good real estate sivurity. E. H.
When you get ready for a box
naliing mnebjne. see howell limn.
They have them In stock.
Mrs. Ij M. Fowler of Rnfus. Ore.,
spent several days last week visiting
her daughter, Mrs. I5ert Stranaha".
Miss Laura Dorrer of Seattle ar
rived last week to assist In teaching
In the gravies here, the Increased at
tendance making an additional teach
er necessary. .
A. W. Peters made a business trip
to Portland Saturday in theinterests
of the Hood River .Apple & Storage
Company. The company shipped a
car of d'Anjou jears Sunday.
tieorge R. Putnam of Washington.
I). ('.. lighthouse Inspector In the
Federal service, visited his brother,
John R Putnam, the? last of the
week while making a trip through
Wyeth Allen left the first of the
week to enter upon his Sophomore
year at Ann Arbor, where he is a
student in the engineering depart
ment of the university.
Orchardlsts who desire one of the
spray calendars just compiled by Pro
fessnr Lawrence may obtain them
from any of the shipping orgnniza
tlons or from Mr. Lawrence's office
In the Hellbronner Building.
J. M Armstrong, a former resident
here and now of Lapeer, Mich., vis
ited H. M. Francis last week while
on his way to Corvallis. where he
will begin his second year as a stu
dent In horticulture.
A. I. Mason has received from W.N.
F'Reii an acceptance of the in vltation
to meet Cuarles Shields In debate on
the single tax at the Pine (Jrove
schoolhouse. The debat will Im as
soon asconvmlent after the tenth
of the month.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Y. Kd wards: left
Monday for Chicago, where they
formerly lived. They expect to visit
other Kastern points and will be
gone about two months. They are
making the trip In hopes of U-uent-Ing
Mr. Ld wards' health.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles II. Call field
and son of Oregon City spent the
week end as the guests of their dangh
tcr, Mrs. L. A. Henderson. On Sun
day they took a trip across the river
and Inspected the operations at the
Northwestern F.lectrlc Company's
While In the News office last week
W. A. Kby showed a picture of a sun
(Lower raised on his place. It was 16
feet tall and the big sunflower at the
top was ) Inches In diameter. Mr.
Lliy, whose picture Is taken stand
Ing beside the stalk, looks like a pig
my In compailson.
''Young man, gef ii piece of land"
for sale by the owner at bargain
price and lilieral terms and time.
Light acres good garde,) tnn-k and
orchard land three miles out. Attor
n-y p.. H Hart wig. Mini f It lil k.
Il'iod Ititer. Oregon ; I,- J
Miss Nettle Allen was a Portland
visitor the last of the week.
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Orville Kalney In the Barrett district
tlie last of the wfek.
A daughter was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Sam G. Campbell of Pine Grove
the last of the week.
J. L Lambert of White Salmon
had his appendix removed at the lo
cal hospital last week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Temple came up
from Portland this week to spend a
few dys on their ranch.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Coburn Allen are
receiving congratulations upon the
birth of a daughter Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Slegr were en
tertained over the week end at the
home of Col. aud Mrs. W. F. Tucker.
(ieorge Gregory, employed by the
Stanley-Smith Company, submitted
to an operation at the hospital
Mlrts Mary Allen and Mr. Harris of
the Fpper Valley are among those
at feruling packing school.
Special Harvest Dances will lie held
at Hellbronner Hall every Saturday
night from 9 to 12 p. in. Everyone
Two beautiful building lots front
ing on Park Avenue and Tenth
streets for sale. Inquire Reed & Hen-
person. Inc. 27tf
A public (lance wns given at Hell
bronner hall Saturday evening.
Thei-e dances are hereafter to be a
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Cowlishaw of
Portland are spending a few days In
the Upper Valley, where she has ex
tensive land holdings.
A marriage license was Issued at
the courthouse Monday to Charles
Isham Moody of the Upper Valley
ami Miss Marguerite D. Blake.
A. J.Methenaof Portland, who Is
operating a truck for the contractor
across the river. Is undergoing treat
ment here for an Injured ankle.
Mis Ann Shepard is attending
Ml ratlin's private school In Port
land. Mrs. Shepard and daughter,
Olivia, were In Portland hist week,
when Miss Olivia submitted to a
Views of the recent Chautauqua
are now on sale at Shx-om's book
store. There is one view of the as
semblage unij others of the grounds.
A part of the proceeds from the sale
of the pictures will go to the Chau
tauqua fund. They are being sold
Mrs. W. A. Schaffner entertained
very delightfully Friday afternoon
and evening at the Commercial Club
rooms. Whist was played and there
were nine tables In the afternoon and
fourteen In the evening. The room
was tastefully decorated with palms,
ferns and a profusion of asters.
Electric reading lamps were also
effectively used. Mr. and Mrs. Schaff
ner together received their guests In
the evening. In the afternoon Mrs.
L. A Henderson took the first prize
and Miss Griffith the consolation
prize. In the evei.lng Roy Gill car
ried off the honors among the gen
tlemen, while John Often was given
the consolation prize For the ladles
Mrs. Often was first and Mrs. I. M.
Morse was given the consolation
Willis Van Horn returned Sunday
from a trip to New York.
Mrs. Frank Deem was a Portland
visitor the last of the week.
Steve Eby, who has been seriously
111, is reported to be Improving.
W. C. Smullln ami family left Mon
day to spend the winter at Gresh'ini.
Charles W. Gunn of Udell, formerly
of Mt. Hood, Is attending packing
Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Mason and sou
Roy were Portland visitors the last
of the week.
The Infant son of Mr. and Mrs.
Earl Thomas of the Belmont district
died Saturdsjj .
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Mclsaac of
Parkdale went to Psrtland Sunday
for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. M. (). Boe of Park-
dale went to Portland Friday to
spend a couple of weeks.
Mrs. D. E. Rand has returned from
Portland where she has tieeii visiting
friends for a couple of weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Bates aud two
sous of Portland spent the last of
the week on an outing here.
R. W. Ordway and family have
gone to Sllvertou, to spend a couple
of months on their place there.
Miss Pearl Bradley and Mls Ada
Mark left Sunday evening to resume
their studies at the Willamette Uni
W. H Moore, formerly a promt
uent Portland banker and now of
Moro, was a visitor In the city last
Mrs. George Farley and daughter,
Miss Etta, were here from Portland
over Sunday visiting the former's
son, S. .1. Frank.
C. D. Thompson left Saturday for
Corvallls, where Mrs. Thompson had
previously been called on account of
the death of a nephew.
E. A. Sclilffler of Pendleton, who
has city property here, was a visitor
In town the last of the week, accom
panied by Mrs. Kchlfller.
The Sophomore class of the High
School gave a surprise party the last
of the week for Will Hugging, who
has moved to Salem with tls par
ents. Miss Helen Flanders of New York
City and Mrs. J. W. Church of Port
land were Sunday guests of .1. D,
McCully and family.
C. C. Carpenter was here Hnnday,
Mr. Carpenter and family, who are
now living at Portland, expect to le
members of a party who will attend
the Round up at Pendleton this
week In a private train.
Miss May Camptell of Orange, N.
J , who has Is'en spending a month
with her sister, Mrs. (trace Ruhson,
In the Upper Valley, left Sunday
evening to return East by way of
Dr. A. II. Lathrop, formerly pas
tor of the Methodist church heie, has
ts-en assigned to Trinity church at
Keokuk, Iowa, one of the largest
and must responsible charges In that
Miss Margaret Thomas, who has
been spending I he summer on (he
Thompson ranch back of White
Salmon, was the guest of Mr. mid
Mrs. Calvin Skinner the first of the
week on her way to California.
E E. Coad went to Portland Sun
day for a short stay.
Mrs. Una Met nnn makes all kinds
of hair goods from combings. Phone
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Miss IeVerne llernhner of Portland
spent Sunday at the home of Rev. J.
L. H. HuggliiM and family left Sun
day for Salem, Chester remaining
for a short time longer.
G. M. Raymond, who Is employed
at the Northwestern Company's
dam, visited friends here Sund'iy.
We now have our Fall line of hats
on display and Invite the ladles of
Hood River to call and Inspect them.
Miss M. B. Lamb.
Mrs. H G. Moe returned to Day
ton, Wash., Sunday after visiting
relatives. Including Mr. anil Mrs A.
D. Moe and Mrs. F. H. Blackman,
Edward DeWItt, who shot one of
his toes off a few days ago, wus able
to return t-i the Kellogg and Mar
quis ranch, where he Is staying,
Mrs. Jenny Brown of the Heights
broke her right shoulder Friday
while going down the steps at the
Baptist church, when she accident
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Fletcher and
family of Illinois have been recent
guests of Mr. and Mis. J. M. Sc-hmet-zer.
They may later return to
Miss Martha Ferguson, daughter
of Mr. fand Mrs. J. E. Ferguson of
Odell, sustained a broken arm last
week when their automobile was
upset lu passing a team.
Freshmen at the U. of O. who were
admitted to the Greek letter fratern
ities Include three from Hood Itlver.
John Coshow and Donald Ontliauk
have been admitted to the Alpha Tau
Omega fraternity and Miss Eva
Brock to Gumma Phi Beta.
Dr. and Mrs. H D. W. Plueo and
little daughter Margaret returned
Thursday. Dr. Plneo went as far as
Calgary, Canada, meeting Mrs.
Plneo thereon her return from the
East, where she spent the summer,
They made the trip south through
Victoria and Vancouver, . ,'.
II. B. Lovelace, who said he was a
crosscountry hiker bound from San
Francisco to Bangor, Me., was In
Hood River the last of the week. He
said he was doing the stunt on a MJ
bet. Lovelace Is one of the deluded
youths who had rather tramp
around the countty than earn an
Four of Hood River's crack tennis
players Harry DeWItt, Charles Hall,
E. C. Smith and J. A.' Epplng went
to The Dalles Sunday and cleaned up
everything In sight, not losing a
match. A number of local racket
wellders are planning to compete In
the big tournament to te held at
Prlnevllle next month.
Fordliam and Stuart Kimball left
Monday for Boston. From there
ther will go to New York and loin
the Sargent traveling school. They
will then sail for Italy as mcmls-M of
the school, later traveling In Ger
many, France, Holland and Eng-
laud, pursuing their studies at the
same time. They exis-ct to return to
HoimI River next June.
Have You Seen the New
There are three New Styles, placed on sale September 15th,
Price $75. $100 and $150. They are beauties. Call and see
them. We have other styles from $15 to $200. We also sell
the Edison and Columbia Machines, and Records.
We represent the Baldwin, Ellinpton, Hamilton and
Howard Pianos, and deal direct with the factory. Easy
terms if desired.
When you want anything in Music, call on us; if we
haven't it, we will get it.
"WAGGt-NLR WANTS YOUR TRADII"
WAGGENER'S MUSIC HOUSE
Reed & Henderson, Inc.
Fire, Accident, Life, Automobile, Plate Glass,
Burglary, Employer's Liability, including
FARMERS and ORCMARDISTS.
Also Judicial, Official and Indemnity Bonds
Resident Agent for: Travelers Insurance Co.
Pacific Coast Casualty Co.
Commercial Union Assurance Co., Ltd., of London
Hanover Fire Insurance Co. of New York
Pelican Assurance Co. of New York
E ARE now building Apple Racks and
'have several completed. You will be in
need of one to haul that bumper crop of ap
ples. Place your order early.
We maKe a Specialty ojF
Tightening Wagon Wheels
W. G. SNOW
(Sureeimor to 0NOW A UPSON)
Phone 62 -K
Will carry parties to any part of the Valley,
or Cloud Cap Inn. Calls promptlyjanswered.
Rhone Odell IS 8
J. M. CLARK
S. E. BARTMESS
Funeral Director and Practical Embalmer
ESTABLISHED IS YEARS
MOOD RIVER. OREOON