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THE HOOD RIVER NEWS, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1913
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Hood River Spray Mfg. Co., Phone
Buy your coal of Taft Transfer Com
Harold Hershner was a visitor in
The Tire Shop is now open and ppj
pared to do tire repairing.
Wilmer Sieg was a business visitor
In Portland the last of the week.
For Rent Three furnished light
housekeeping rooms. Phone 2653. tf
J. E. Robertson and F. E. Newby
made a business trip to Portland Fri
day. H. M. Hosick returned Friday from
Corvallis where he attended the short
F. G. Hutchinson, who has been em
ployed in Portland during the winter,
returned last week.
George Hasslinger went to Portland
Thursday to secure his spring stock
of treeg and shrubbery.
Vernon Weber of The Dalles ca:ne
to Hood River last week to take charge
the ranch owned by his father, R. H.
F. C. Sexton and J. D. Whitten
of The Dalles came here Thursday to
spend a short time on Mr. Sexton's
Professors Cordley and Lewis re
turned to Corvallis Thursday evening.
while Professor Jackson went to Mos-
ler, where he delivered a lecture.
Word received from headquarters at
Oregon City Is that the Barde & Levitt
tore here will probably reopen after a
settlement has been made with credi
tors. Mrs. F. M. McKittrick left last week
for Kansas City. Mr. McKittrick.
who formerly taught at the Central
Vale school, is now subscription solic
itor for the Oregonian.
Among those who have left recent
ly for Eastern points ware the follow,
ing: Orville C. Sanborn to Bliss, Ida
bo; S. Anderson to Twin Falls, Idaho;
W. J. King to Wichita, Kansas; R. E.
Ekberry to Boise; F. L. Hurtley to
Nam pa, Idaho.
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.
Guite a number from across the
river attended the masked ball Frl
day evening, among them being Miss
Fuller, Miss Cooper and Mr. Stickney
of Underwood. Mrs. Boquet, wife of
Professor Boquet of Corvallis, was al
soamong the out-of-town guests.
SejS Reed & Henderson, Inc.
Fire, Accident, Life, Automobile, Plate Glass,
Burglary, Employer's Liability, including
FARMERS and ORCMARD1STS.
Also Judicial, Official and Indemnity Bonds
Resident Agent for: U. S. Fidelity & Guaranty Co.
Northern Assurance Co., of London
Commercial Union Assurance Co., Ltd., of London
Hanover Fire Insurance Co. of New York
Pelican Assurance Co. of New York
LADIES' SPR I N G
Spring Cloaks McKibbin Hats
Spring Suits Olympia Sweaters
Spring Shoes Florshiem Shoes
Spring Hosiery Ide Shirts
Embroideries Closed Crotch
White Goods Union Suits
Hood River Spray Mfg. Co., Phone
Can deliver coal or wood promptly.
Taft Transfer Company. "tfc
Public stenographic work done.
Room 2, Hall Bldg. Phone 3291. 6tfc
Woman wants house cleaning, wash
ing and Ironing, 25c per hour. Phone
3644, call for Mrs. Shaw.
Sheriff Johnson reports that taxes
are being paid promptly. The receipts
Thursday exceeded the $2500 mark.
Ward I. Cornell of the Upper Valley
went to Portland Thursday to spend
a few days.
If you want insurance in companies
that pay losses promptly and In full
call on A. W. Onthank.
County Clerk Hanson made a busi
ness trip the last of the week to Van
couver, Wash., where he has business
Mr. and Mrs. George Perie of Port.
land were the guests last week of
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Lewis on the East
H. W. Steinhauser arrived Thurs
day from New York. 'He has pur
chased a ranch in the Upper Valle
and will make his home there.
Rev. Bertram A. Warren of The Dal
les was the guest Thursday of Mrs. J.
M. Miller and conducted services at
St. Mark's Episcopal Church in the
P.S. Davidson returned Sunday from
a three-weeks' stay in Los Angeles.
Mr. Davidson's mother left the last of
he week for Honolulu to spend the
remainder of the winter.
L. V. Driscoll and W. G. Snow went
to Portland Saturday as delegates to
the state convention of blacksmiths
They were accompanied by F. S. Gun
ning and Matthew Shorn of The Dal
On Friday Congressman Lafferty in
troduced in Congress a bill for the
protection of the Bull Run water sup
ply by extension of the reserve to
Lost Lake in this county.
A bill introduced by Representative
Strfanahan was signed by Governor
West Friday. It provides that the
school board in any district in the
state may provide for and maintain
continuation of evening schools.
Miss Buckenmeyer's dancing school
at Heilbronner's Hall every Wednes
day. Beginners class starts at 7 p. in
Advanced class starts at 8:15 p. m.
Social dance starts at 9:15 p. m.
Private IessonB and children's class
in the afternoon. The new series
starts February 19. 8-9c
Karl Franz is confined to his home
L H. Rose of Parkdale is spending
the week in town.
Margaret Freeman submitted to an
operation Friday morning.
T. E. Shuck of Willow Flat is under
going treatment at the hospital.
Twin daughters were born to Mr.
and Mrs. J. T. Nealeigh Tuesday.
J. W. Palmer returned Thursday af
ter spending several days in Portland
M. P. and W. E. Neff of Cornelius,
Ore., are here for the funeral of Mrs.
R. E Harbison of Hillsboro spent a
couple of days last week on his ranch
The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce
Morton, who has been critically ill, is
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Peters have re
turned from Cincinnati, where they
spent the winter.
A daughter arrived Friday at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Mohr
on the East Side.
Dr. J. D. Sternberg was here from
Portland last week to assist in per
forming an operation.
H. M. Grant, who bought John W,
Weaver's ranch, arrived last week to
get ready for spring work.
Jonah Buchanan, who is employed
at the Belmont planer, had two fingers
taken off by a saw Thursday.
Auto owners should now have the!;'
tires repaired as it makes the jo')
much better to season for a few days
Mrs. Mary R. Coburn, who has been
spending the winter with her daugh
ter, Mrs. W. B. Allen, returned to her
home in Indianapolis yesterday.
Types of the six most characteristic
soils of the valley taken by Professor
Lawrence and sent to Washington for
minereological analysis are all normal,
according to a report he has Just re
ceived. So far as their mineral com
position Is concerned the soils show
Two local bills were passed upon
by the Legislature Thursday. A
measure Introduced by Representative
Stranahan to protect silver grey squir
rels in this county was killed. A bill
introduced by Senator Butler regulat
ing the administrating of anesthetics
and licensing anesthetists passed the
Messrs. Shively and Driscoll have
sold the blacksmith shop which they
have been conducting at Underwood
during the winter. Mr. Shively has
been worklny day and night across the
river taking care of the teams employ
ed on the dam. The horses are how
being taken off the work as ih.i dam iu
Mrs. Ralph Root, who, with her hus
band, is spending the winter in New
York, is receiving recognition In the
musical circles there on account of
her beautiful voice. A few days ago
she sang with the Dannreuther String
Quartet and has made engagements
to sing at several other recitals.
The case of J. Thornton and W. H.
Walton against A. C. Ilallam and oth
ers appealed from the local Circuit
Court was reversed last week by Jus
tice Burnett. It was an action to
collect on a lien for wages alleged to
be due for clearing a tract of land.
The ruling Is that the contract was not
drawn In such a form as to be valid.
Parties to the suit brought by the
Columbia Securities Company against
Messrs. Baker and Ross of the Hotel
Oregon went to The Dalles Thursday
when the case was argued before
Judge Bradshaw. The party included
Attorneys L. A. and A. P. Iteed, At
torney E. C. Smith of this city and his
partner, Mr. Wilson of Portland, Char
les Hall and Messrs. Baker and Ross.
For Sale or Rent A piano.
Lime and Spray Kelly Bros., phone
Coal or Wood delivered on short no
tice. Taft Transfer Company. 7tfc
Born, Sunday, February 23, a daugh
ter, to Mr .and Mrs. George Pfleug-
haupt at Summitt.
J. M. Wood is spending a few days
at Vancouver, Wash., where he is vis
iting his three brothers.
C. S. Smith, a former resident
here, was visiting in town from Port
land a couple of days last week.
L. E. Patrick of San Francisco was
the guest for a couple of days last
week of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Eppin?.
Mrs. Frank Cutler, who ha? been
spending a month in Portland, joined
her husband here the last of the
Mrs. Paul R. Hughes Is making a
nice recovery at the hospital from the
operation to which she recently sub
mitted. Paul Sossey. who was injured in a
basketball game at The Dalles Friday
evening, submitted to an operation at
the local hospital Monday.
The Hood River Apple Growers'
Union is unloading two carloads of
Haynes Power Sprayer, for which
machine they have the agency.
Mrs. Bouquet, wife of Professor Bou
quet of the O A. C, left Monday after
having been the guest for several days
of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Thompson.
Mrs. Treiber, who is here from Ida
ho to visit her son, Captain Treiber,
submitted to a serious operation at
the hospital the last of the week.
W. B. Dlckerson, who has been
spending the winter in Portland, le
turned the last of the week. Mrs.
Dickerson and daughter will return
Rev. J. R. Hargreaves Is Just com
pleting a lecture on "The New View
of Country Life." He will deliver the
address in Odell, Pine Grove and
Mosier next week.
What Is a house without some kind
of music in It? What will a Music
House be 'n Hood River without your
patronage? Waggener's Music House
has the goods, and Waggener wants
True-to-Narae Nursery has opened
an office in town on corner opposite
from Oregon Hotel and samples of
trees can be seen In tree yard adjoin
ing office. Mr. Galllgan will be at the
office Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur
Mrs. Robert Wahlstrom of the Up
per Valley, who has been spending
some time with friends at Goldendale,
returned last week. Mr. Wahlstrom,
who is spending the winter In Minne-.
apolis, is expected back the first of the
Several members of the Portland
Snowshoe Club came to Hood River
Friday and spent the week end at their
clubhouse on the slopes of Mt. Hood.
The party included J. Wesley Ladd,
Jordan Zan, David Honey man, Brandt
Wlckersham, A. Provost, Chester Mur
phy, T. A. Litthieum and Mark Wey-
gandt, the guide.
At a meeting of local business nnd
professional girls held at the library
last week a Tuesday Evening ',lub
was organized and will meet tlio flrat
and third Tuesdays of each ino'iili.
The purpose of the club Is the "social
Intellectual development" of It s mem
bers, while pleasant social gatherings
will also be enjoyed. An executive
committee of five Including Miss May
Davidson, Mrs. Floy Campbel?, Mil's
Sewall, Miss Allen and Miss Benson
was elected. They will elect o.TIccm
and next Tuesday will be Iriauatua-
tion Day with the club as well s the
will Ilk HS
E. G. Rexford and Felix Vonnegut
returned last wek from a visit in their
former home Indianapolis. Mr. Von
negut was accompanied on his return
by T. R. Battoner of that city.
What is Sweeper-Vac? It is a little
vacuum cleaner that we will gladly
enter In competition with any electric
machine. Runs like a carpet sweep
er. First lot sold in one week. Bet
ter have yours reserved from next
shipment. We make liberal allowance
for Goldenrods or oilier "pump" ma
chines. Sold on trial 15. 00 You
may pay for it in small payments too
Franz Furniture Department.
Mrs. E. M. Cummins left
land the early part of last
Hunter Vinton has Just
Clearing land and other
ments are going ahead steadily on
the places of Wm. Orser and James
Harry Stickney made a trip to
lood River Friday and attended the
masked ball given there.
The entertainment which was to
have been given by Mrs. H. A. Hussey
and Mrs H. S. Adams in honor of
Miss Mary Hedrick has been post
poned on account of the serious sick
ness of Miss Hedrick's mother.
A cable which was being unloaded
from the boat at Hood, Wash., for the
Northwestern Electric Company re
cently, got beyond control, and fell
Into the river. It weighed 3500 pounds
and the value was between $500 and
$600. A diver, who was called from
Portland, was unable to locate it
Mrs. Love came home last week
Ruth Cooper has Just returned from
The last piece of machinery for the
power house on the White Salmon
Rivre was hauled there last week.
Surveyors are out along the little
White Salmon River for the P inland
Railway Light & Power Company
ST. Mark's Episcopal Church
Special Lenten services will be held
tomorrow (Thursday) evening at eight
o'clock, Rev Bertram A. Warren of
The Dalles officiating. On Sunday reg
ular services will be held at 11 o'clock,
J. W. Crites acting as lay reader.
Regular Sunday excursion to Park
dale. Pleasant trip for yourself and
J. H. McVAY, M. D.
Diagnosis, Consultation and Surgical
Diseases a Specialty
Office hours 3 to 6
THERE ARE MANY UTILITIES
and conveniences of Inestlmahij val
ue In the household and around thr
farm or shop that you will find on
5, 10 AND 15 CENT COUNTERS
Come in and look over our kitchen
hardware and enamel ware, crockery
NOTHING OVER 15 CENT3
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Real Estate Bulletin
New Exchanges This Week If you are interested see us
about this at once.
Two beautiful lots in Piedmont addition to Portland.
New, modern, 8-room, 2-story house, cost $4,600.00, lo
cated on the corner lot a good home district, convenient to
street cars, schools and public play grounds; lot3 similar to
the inside one are selling from $1200 to $1500-Price $7,850
Mtg. $3242, four years at 7 per cent Will trade for good lit
tle home place at about equal value.
$30,000 apartment house in Spokane, located in good dis
trict 9 blocks from Postoffice on main car line building is
new, built of concrete, contains 12 large 5-room apartments;
always rented Will trade for good Hood Iiiver property of
nearly equal value.
Two good houses located in heart of Irvington value
$10,500 These two houses are owned by different parties
who wiil trade for valley ranch which can be divided. This
is fine property.
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