9 nl A Tr We Give We dive Green Trad ing Stamps i i i i I Green Trad ing Stamps THE HOOD RIVER NEWS, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 29, 1913 n3T7 Ti ii II ii ii ii ii. V1 K I 1 I I II I I 1 I I ii via iiii j viy in Underwear A few Skirts and Gowns in fine Nainsooks and Muslins, Embroidery or Lace Trimmed, $1.25 to $1.50 values , Remnant Price 98c Muslin Skirts, plain or embroidery, trimmed with flounce and dust ruffle, 75c and $1.00 values Remnant Price 50c ODDS and ENDS of EMBROIDERY Before starting on your Spring Sewing, better come in and see what nice embroidery you can get at Remnant Price, 15c yd. One Lot, values up to 10c Remnant Price 3c Remnants Perhaps you will find just what you need in among these. They are gathered from all through the stock. Short lengths of Ginghams, Muslins, Dress Goods, Silk, Embroideries and Ribbons and at Price All clean stock but Short Lengths After our Yearly Inventory there are always lots of Remnants, both in short lengths of goods and in broken sizes. These we are willing to sacrifice in order to clean up for new goods now arriving. MEN'S SUITS Just a few of these good all-wool su!ts--All fall styles and made by the best tailors. Values up to $18.00. Remnant Price, $12.50 $20.00 and $25.00 Values Remnant price, $16.50 All Good Goods at Right Prices LADIES' SUITS Those man tailored suits are almost gone but there are a few sizes left $25.00 and $27.50 values at Remnant Price, $17.50 Navy Serge Norfolks Suits, misses' and D D . nrAi fiorn small ladies', $15 and $18 values ..Kemnant rflCe, Jfry.bU tO $lZ.5U COATS We still have some exceptionally good values in Coats and so cheap you cannot afford to go without one. Come in and see these bargains---we know we can interest you. F i HORLA'N Sweaters One Lot Misses' and Children's All-Wool Sweaters good warm Sweaters; values up to $3.00 Remnant Price, $1.00 One Lot Men's Grey, Tan and Brown Sweaters $2.50 and $3.00 values Remnant Price, $1.50 Men's Wool Shirts Regular $2.00 value Remnant Price $1.19 Regular $1.50 value Remnant Price 89c Shoe Remnants By this we mean broken lots. In some of these we haven't all sizes. Many lots we are closing out altogether and are making them at l2 Price No matter what your shoe wants may be, come and see what we have to offer. We know we can save you money. Always Willing to Show Goods Correspondence UPPER VALLEY NEWS GET-TOGETHER CLUB IS ORGANIZED An association was Instituted Wed nesday evening in the parlors of the United Church for the social and edu cational uplift of the people of the I'pper Valley. A committee composed of Miss May Allen. W. I. Cornell and C. C. Walton reported a constitution, the gist of which recommended a get together spirit without the aid of bam mer and tongs. Kev. Van Nuys pre sided until a permanent organization was effected and the following officers elected: W. 1. Cornell, president; 8. F. Kicketta, vice president; C. K. Crav ten, secretary and treasurer. The library committee, composed of Mrs. W. II. Tobey, Mrs. John II. Put nam and ("has. I. Moody, presented a volumuous report a part of which was to the effect that the county libra rian was prepared to Install the li brary as soon as housing was pro vided. Miss Ulanche Shehan. Biiperlnend cnt of the Valley Crest Department of Education, announced her Inability to secure a traveling library from the state and would appeal to Andrew Carnegie to fill the void In her district. The social committee, composed of Miss May Allen, Mrs. A. R Coulter and Mrs.C. C. Walton, announced that they had perfected plans for a Get-together Fest to bo held on the evening of January 29 at Get-together Hall (Formerly Spencer & Collins' Empor lum) and extends a cordial Invitation to all to bring the smile that won't rub off. PHILADELPHIANS REJOICE Cemetery Will Soon Remind Them of "Back Home" Operations will soon be resumed In laying out the grounds of the cemetery In accordance with the plans furnish ed by an eminent landscape architect and when completed will bo second to none In the state. It surely will be a mecca for those who hale from Philadelphia as It will appeal to them aa so homelike. LIBRARY FINDS QUARTERS Spencer Building Being Remodelled to Serve This Purpose Kd Spencer has very kindly donated the use of his building for library and social purposes. For the past week a number of Artisans under the direction of Morris Walton have been engaged in refurnishing the interior for the Bocial to be held there under the aus pices of the Get-together Club on Wed nesday evening, January 29. BABSON WRITING A PLAY Upper Valley Will Hear Playwright's Latest Production Mr. and Mrs. Sidney riabson and family are Bojourning on the Isle of Manhattan. Sidney is writing a plav to be presented by his brother Ray as one of the numbers in the entertain ment course. As a lad Sidney showed evidence of dramatic talent for he de voted much time to play. MclSAAC DONATES SITE Choice of Three Lots Given for Library Purposes It. J. Mclsaac has donated the choice of three lots in the townsite as a li brary site. It is to be hoped that the building will be completed before President Wilson makes his visit to the I'pper Valley. PARKDALE NOTES C. P. Johannsen and family have gone to The Dulles for a short visit with friends. George Pimmick spent several days here the past week renewing old ac quaintances. Rollln Myers, who had his hand in jured at Hay ft Culbertson's saw mill, is at home and says he will soon be able to return to work. C. C. Walton left last week for Southern California, where he will ob tain a much needed rest. The Portland Ski Club returned Monday noon after a delightful time at the Inn. Rev. W. I.. Van Nuys was unable to hold evening services at the Parkdale church last Sunday evening on account of a severe cold. G. Wertgen, who has been sojourn ing In California for the winter. Is back. He reports that there Is as much winter In that sunny climate as there Is here. Kd Dresser and his brother Fred, who have spent the past month nn skies exploring the hidden places and unexplored caverns at the base of Mt. Hood, have gone to Portland for a visit with friends. The rural carrier of the Upper Val ley had a very hard time delivering mail last week on account of the deep snow. PINE GROVE Herbert Vannier went to Portland last Tuesday. Miss Zena Miller spent the week end with the home folks. Oscar Krussow is In Corvallis at tending the O. A. C. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Vannier are in Portland on a visit. They left here last Sunday morning. Miss Hermina Kellar came up from Portland Sunday morning. Mrs. Walker of Portland arrived Sunday morning to fill the position of housekeeper at the Hen Iage home. Miss Isetta Thomas, who used to reside here but now lives in Canada, is visiting friends and relatives here. Eddie. Weils, who has just returned from a visit with his brother in Heav erton, is quite 111 with the lagrippe. Mrs. Willis Van Horn leaves for Portland this afternoon. From there she will go to New York to join her husband. She is accompanied by her son Ned, who will go on to Seattle and enter the University of Washing ton at that place. The Ladles' Aid will meet Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. O Mark. The farce, "Mr. Hob," will be pre sented at the Pine Grove Grange Hall Friday evening, February 7, by lo cal talent. Kverybody prepare to at tend. Admission ,15c and 25c. The Grange gave a delightful social evening to its members and friends Saturday evening. Dancing was the order of the evening. Vogel's new or chestra of six pieces furnished splen did music and everybody seemed to have a Jolly good time. A number of Pine Groveltes went to Portland to attend "Hen Hur" this week. Mr. Walter returned home last Thursday. Henry Lege spent Sunday In Port land. There will be a dance at the Pine Grove Hall Friday of this week. Sleighing is spoiled but the coasting is fine. (deferred from last week) list Tuesday evening the following officers were elected In the Sunflower ClaHS for the ensuing six months: II. F. Iige, president; Russell McCully, vice president; Anna Godbersen, secre tary; Mrs. Jennie McDonald, treasur er; Alene Clark, organist. B. H. Lage went to Portland on business Monday forenoon. Dr. C. H. Jenkins and family of Hood River spent the week end at the home of E. E. Lage. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Mark were re cently called to Montana by the death of Mrs. Mark's brother. The Cosmopolitan Four are not able to fill their engagement here January 25, but be prepared to come out the 31st of January when a play will be given by local talent. Full particulars next week. The recent snows have made most excellent sleighing so sleighing is the order of the day and night both A number from Pine Grove attended the Odell church Sunday evening to hear Rev. Hargreaves. A serious accident occurred near the school house last Thursday even ing. While driving home from town one of the horses of D. M. Jackson's team slipped and fell, breaking its hip. It had to be shot to put it out of its misery. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Jarvis and son, Willard, returned from a two weeks' visit in Portland Saturday evening. One of the jolliest events of the season was enjoyed by the Sunflower Class last Thursday evening, when three sleigh loads enjoyed the snow covered scenery of the valley by moon light accompanied by the merry jingle of sleigh bells and cowbells.All then repaired to the home of the teacher, Mrs. Jennie McDonald, where a boun tiful chicken Bupper was served by that delightful hostess. Thirty-seven guests were present and all declared that the evening couldn't be surpass ed. Hans Lage and August Paasch were two Pine Groveltes who went "court ing" this paBt week. WHITE SALMON (From the Enterprise) A boy tried to cross the Columbia River In a boat from Fallbridge to The Dalles, but unable to make it drifted all night to a sand bar three miles below- his destination. C. E. Woodruff returned Monday from Walla Walla. He says the snow fell there to the unusual depth of 12 inches. Times are very easy there as they harvested a big crop of wheat, grain and grasses. R. P. Hardy of Iowa arrived Monday and will remain In White Salmon for a few weeks. He owns land bought of the White Salmon Development Com pany. Mrs. Hardy and son have been here several months. M. Johnson has completed the new garage to be occupied by Charles Hutchins. It is a modern garage in every respect, 50x40, with a large, well lighted and equipped work room on the south side. A gasoline engine or electric motor will furnish the pow er to drive his lathe and other machinery. An "inaugural ball' was held at the school house Friday night in honor of the new mayor, A. H. Jewett. Some of the friends of Mr. and Mrs. Jewett worked up a surprise party for them at the high school building, and it work ed to perfection. The Jewetts were delightfully pleased and the others, which were a large part of the town, had an enjoyable time. Dr. Sayre of Nebraska has bought the office practice of Dr. Russell, his fine house on Lincoln avenue and started in practicing Monday of this week. The doctor had White Salmon recommended to him by C. C. Chap man of the Portland Commercial Club, who, in turn, recommends his friend, the doctor, very highly to the people of this place and its Vicinity. Dr. Sayre expect! his wife and two child ren in about a month. Our Annual Clearance and Stock Reducing Sale CLOSES FRIDAY, JANUARY 3 1 st This sale has been satisfactory to us, and we beli eve to our customers as well. We have tried to state plain facts in our ads. and to have the goods and prices to back up every statement. We have been ready to correct any error when brought to our attention and we feel that we have made good our claim of RELIABLE GOODS at Reasonable Prices. We are busy now with our Annual Inventory. Next week we will talk about JVctv Goods. lercanfil Go.