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THE HOOD RIVER NEWS, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1913
The only Baking Powder made
from Royal Crape Cream of Tartar
NO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSPHATE
Miss Let ha Pavia has gone to visit
her sister at Ostander, Wash. Her
grandmother, Mrs. Foster, has now re
turned to Portland.
Mr. Park, having very successfully
run Mr. Odell's ranch till his return, is
paying a visit at The Dalles. He will
return and be at O. L. Walter's.
A very successful C. K. Social was
held last Thurday night. A good time
and delicious supper were enjoyed.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Kemp expect to
leave Los Angeles the 18. They will
visit in Portland and arrive home
White River FJour
Made from Oregon's Finest
Wheat by Oregon's
Now at Your Grocer's
about the first of March. Mrs. Dane
Kemp expects to bring home her little
daughter for the hot months. Mrs.
Alice Poole w ill goon come home, leav
ing Mrs. Crockett with her brother.
M. I). Odell and Mrs. Odell have re
turned from their visit to Starbuck
with Mr. Odell's sister. They were
gone six weeks and visited Portland
and other points. Mr. Odell is look
ing much improved and says he is very
glad to return. Miss Kunice Odell re
turned from Portland with her parents,
having finished her school with fine
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Smith sang a
very tine duet Sunday night at the
The Parents-Teachers' Association
will meet Thursday night at the school
house. Speakers from town are ex
pected. Th Chinook soon wearied of Odell
and has left us frozen and with rough
Glenn Young writes from Post.Crook
county, that while the sun shines ev
ery day horses are dying cn the range
from starvation. Mr. Post had most
of his horses in but they were very
Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Young are bask
ing in the radiance of a fireplace and
wonder how they ever existed without
Cal Mark has returned to Odell.
The Athletic Association beat Mos
ier by the score of 25 to 24.
Ladies' Aid this (Wednesday) after
noon at M. E. Church.
Misss N. M. Shelley is a guest at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Boyed.
A little son, Albert Lawrence, was
born to Mr. and Mrs. Albert B. Shel
ley, February 4. This welcome boy
has two sets of grandparents in Odell.
Both mother and child are doing well.
(Other Odell News on First Page.)
TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFIED
For Sals 220 egg "Old Trusty" Incu
bator and brooili-r complete, nearly
new, $15.00; also Rhode Island Red
cockerels, $2.50. Phone 5792. 7-9p
For Sal Two-yrar-old Jersey heifer,
fresh milker. K. H. Maurltson, at old
Frank ton school house. 7-8p
For Kent Two pleasant rooms, suit
able for light housekeeping. Hot and
cold water. Mrs. Murray Kay. Phone
Wanted Position on ranch by married
man, experienced. Wife a good cook.
Willing to board help.. .Address A. J.
II., care News. 7-8c
Switches, Puffs and Pompadours
made by Mrs. Knight, 3rd and Cas
cade street. Call and see me.
The Tip Top Shoe Shop located cor
ner 3rd and Cascade streets is new
and up-to-date. Where you can get
work done with dispatch. Prices rea
sonable. Men's half-soles, nailed, 85c;
Women's, 65c. Come once and you
will come again.
For Sale Five-year-old standard-bred
mare, gentle, beautiful and sound, an
ideal lady's saddler. H. C. Allen,
Phone 5548. 7-8p
In this era of rush and hurry one is
forced to commend the leisurely way
In which Turkey makes concessions
to the impatient allies.
For Sale Cheap A lot and one-half
and small house on 9th and Howe
streets on installment payments.
Would take horse or cow as first pay
ment. Inquire :o7 Pine Street. 7tfc
Lost Lap robe and street horse
blanket, marked "Fashion" or "F. S."
Finder please return to Fashion Sta
bles. - 7-9c
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF INK
BUTLER BANKING COMPANY
at Huud River, in th 8 tat of Orvcon, at the
eloa of business Fab. 4th. 1913.
Loana and diaeounta 464.539. 10
Overdraft, aecured aiul unsecured. 19.19
Bonda and warrants , 19.SyO.02
Stocks and other securities..... 1,770.00
Hanking house. None
Furniture and fixture. 5.161.02
Other real eatat owned a.930.68
Du from bank a (not reserve banks).. 1.88.3
Dim from approved reaerv banks. S8.104.S9
Checks and other caah item S. Ut8.9
Exchang-e for clearing; house Nona
Caah on hand 28,736.84
lea expenaea and
For Rent After March 1 new house,
four rooms and bath. 405 Pine Btreet.
$15 a month. I'hone 3353. 7tfc
For Sale One span of bay horses, 6-year-olds,
weight 3000, well-matched
and very gentle; One bay driving mare
7 years old, weighs 1050, standard
bred and registered, very gentle; one
fresh Jersey cow, 6 years old; straw,
berry plants $2.00 per thousand, also
general line of nursery stock. H. S.
Galligan, Phone 5246. 7tfc
Christian Science services are held
in the Reading Room, Room 2, David
son Building, Sunday at 11 a. m.
Subject, "Soul." Sunday School
at 10 a. m. Wednesday meeting at 8
p. m. The reading room is open daily
from 2 to 5 p. m.
Total - $ M6.476.0T
Capital stock paid in S 100.000.00
Surplus fund..... -.. .. 17,500.00
Undivided profits. I
Du to banka and banker
Individual deposit aubjeet to check - S32.794.76
Demand certificate of deposit
Certified Checks 6&.9S
Caahier'a checks outstanding .. 7.661.90
Time certificate of deposit 27.910.23
Saving Deposits 85.9H7.26
Note and bill rediscounted.. None
Bills parable, . including certificate of
deposit fur money borrowed None
Liabilities, other than those above
T'tated (Letters of Credit) none
Total .. f 655.r76.07
Stat of Oregon. County of Hood River, as. I,
C. H. Vaughan, Cashier of the above-named bank,
do solemnly swear that th above statement ia
true to th best of my knowledge and belief.
C. H. VAUGHAN, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before m this 11th day
of Feb, 1913. Ebn est C. Smith.
Correct-Attest: Notary Public
E. H. French.
Denver is planning to hold a world'i
tair six or eigne years nence.
Before buying any Power Sprayers or Spray Pumps,
investigate the H. L. Hurst machines and pumps.
These machines are the most durable and protected
by the best guarantee offered on the market. The
entire machine is made on simple lines, is of easy
draught, and the price is the lowest ask ed for power
THE H. L. HURST MFG. GO.
Fourth st. bet. Oak & State
OF REAL ESTATE
Rostlla Clark and husband to Kllza
and P. M. Jordan, tract near Wyeth.
Northern Pacific Railway Company
to Joel W. Koontz. 160 acres in Middle
Joel W. Koontz and wife to Hudson
Land Company, same property.
Newton Clark to F. H. Miller, right
of way by lot 5, "Highlands," $156.25
II. C. Wlnans to II. M. Prindle, south
50 feet of lot 2, block 4, Pleasant View.
Christian and Missionary Alliance
Sunday School at 9:45, II. C. Dletz,
superintendent. Preaching at 11 a. m.
Young People's Meeting at 7:15 p. m.
Evangelistic service at 8 p. m . Prayer
meeting Thursday evening at 7:45.
These are all gospel meetings. Our
motto: "Jesus Only." All are cord
ially Invited. W. P. KIRK, pastor.
Regular Sunday excursion to Par'i
dale. Pleasant trip for yourself and
When in need of printing remember
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i Green Trading f
Inventory is now finished and we had a very successful year. For this we want to thank our many customers and friends
and to show our appreciation of their patronage we have hunted the markets through and bought for this year's business
better bargains than we ever before have shown. These are now arriving daily from all over the east. And when they are
assembled in our store there will be such a feast of good and beautiful things as has never before been offered to the buyers of Hood River.
NEW DRESS GOODS
Wool Whipcord Novelty Suitings Fancy Serges and
Wide Wales in all the Latest Shades and Color Com
binations. 35c to $2.00 the Yard.
Plain and Fancy Weave Ratines. 35c to 85c a Yard.
Ramie Homespun and Fine Dress Linens in a Beau
tiful Line of Colors 25 to 40c a Yard.
Voiles in Plain and Fancy Stripes, also Voile Flounc
ings in Dress Lengths
Linairs, "the Fabric of Quality," in White, Fancy
Checks and Stripes 30 to 45c.
Flaxons, Linens, Cotton, Corduroys, Voiles and Piques.
Never have we shown such a Variety of Weaves
and Colors. Popular Tub Silks come in Plain and
Fancy Stripes, 36 inches wide $1.00 a yd.
All-silk Crepe de Chine, 42 inches wide in Evening
26-Inch Silk Taille 65c
26-Inch All-Silk Fancy Messaline in Dress
Fancy Waisting Silks, 27-inch Widths, Beautiful
Patterns and Colors $1.00 a yd.
Jaspar Silk3 in Grey Figures 39c
All-silk Messaline in all the Most Popular Shades, 36
inches wide $1.00
Flouncings in 18, 27 and 47-inch Widths in Nain
sook or Swisses in Beautiful Designs.
18-Inch Flouncings 20c to $1.00
27-Inch Flouncings 35c to $1.25
45-Inch Flouncings 65c to $2.00
Fine Swiss Baby Sets with Insertions and two
Widths; Embroidery to match, also Nainsook match
ed Sets and all widths of Cambric Embroideries
Priced from 5c to 50c.
Also a Fine Line of Convent Embroidery 10c to 35c
We now have a Fine Line of New Laces, Vals
Torchions and Handmade Linen Bandings in all
Widths and Styles.
Now is the time to get those Gingham dresses made.
The warm days will soon be here.
Toil du noids in all the new fancy combinations of
stripes and plaids, also fine line of plain colors, . 1214c
Fancy checks and stripes in light and dark combi
Zephyr Ginghams in a beautiful line of color combi
Silk Tissue Ginghams 35c
Splendid Assortment of Percales, good patterns and
HAVE YOU SEEN THE "H. & S." GREEN TRADING STAMP PARLORS?
These Parlors are located in our store and we have on display here a beautiful array of useful and ornamental premiums. Here is a partial list of One Book Premiums
CUT GLASS DISHES COFFEE PERCOLATOR SUIT CASE Set Rogers' Knives and Forks. ONE DOZEN OYSTER FORKS TABORETTE
ELECTRIC READING LAMP TEA POT TRAVELING BAG A SET OF TEASPOONS SET OF SALAD FORKS CARPET SWEEPER
PEDESTAL CRESSEROLE SILVER MESH BAG A Dozen Rogers' Teaspoons MILITARY BRUSH SET CLOCKS
ROCKERS BRASS JARDENIER CHINA FERN DISH RUG IVORY MANICURE SET MIRRORS
DINING CHAIR BRASS UMBRELLA STAND VASES CARVING SET . CAMERA CENTER TABLE
TWO OR MORE 13QOKS
CENTER TABLE ROCKERS CUT GLASS DISHES CHIFFONIERS MUSIC CABINET CHINA CABINETS
LIBRARY TABLE ELECTRIC READING LAMP DRESSERS BOOK CASE RUGS SUIT CASES, ETC.
J We give a Stamp with every Ten Cent Purchase and also give you a book which already contains $1.00 worth of stamps FREE. Put your stamps In this book and whether it takes
one month or two years to fill the book, when it is full, come and take your choice of our One Book Premiums. The Last Saturday of Each rionth is RED-LETTER DAY--then we
give $1.00 Worth of Stamps to all who come in the store. Stamps Given on Monthly Accounts If Paid Before the 1 0th of the Month.
LADIES' NEW SHIRTS, LIN
GERIE WAISTS AND MIDDYS.
F. H. HO RB L A GN
FIRST SHIPMENT OF SPRING
COATS NOW IN !