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THE HOOD RIVER NEWS, WEDNESDAY. APRIL 2. 1913
Miss Anna Godbersen spent the
t'k end in Mosier visiting her broth
r Thomas and sister Dorothy, who
returned Thursday from Los Angeles,
here they spent the winter.
Little William Buffam is 111 with
srarlet fever but Is doing nicely.
Mrs. Framback is visiting Mrs. Star-1
rett at Mayville Orchard.
Mrs. Viola Shoemaker went to
Duke's Valley Sunday to visit her sis '
ter, Miss Zena Miller, who is teach
ing at that place.
Mrs. Jerome Wells, who has been '
quite ill, is mending rapidly.
Mrs. It. D. McCully and daughter,
Eula, are visiting In Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Koberg attended
the F.hrck funeral Sunday
The W. C. T. V. will hold its regu
lar meeting at the home of Mrs. E. E.
Lage Thursday afternoon.
Hans Lage, who about two weeks
ago fell Injuring himself quite severe
ly. Is slowly recovering being able to
be out Sunday afternoon for the first
time since the accident.
We are glad to see A. H. Magee
home again. He has been spending
the winter in Southern California.
A. I. Mason went to Portland Sunday
on business connected with his apples.
J. H. Mohr Is quite 111, having been
confined to his bed for the past week.
The Rickett place, on which S. R.
McDonald and family are living, was
purchased by Frank Menefee of Port
The Salter Trio Concert Company
gave a splendid program at the Pine
Grove Grange Hall Saturday evening.
On account of the inclemancy of the
weather only a small house was pres
ent to enjoy It If they could be In
duced to reappear a full house could
be safely guaranteed by the recom
mendations of those who heard them
F. H. Bickford and son of Portland,
the recent purchasers of the Frank
Deem place, were In Pine Grove last
week. Mr. Bickford expects to move
his family up in the near future and
take possession of his new home. We
are sorry to lose Mr. and Mre. Deem
who have made many friends during
their sojourn in our midst.
Our landscape gardener, Russell Mc
Cully, assisted by other members of
the Sunflower Class have finished the
work on the church yard that was be
gun last year. A number of fine shrubs
and plants have been set out to help
beautify the grounds. Everyone in-
You ought to look through a
copy of the...
the guide to men's correct
fashions issued by...
You have there a good idea
how your clothes should look
this season. It is a book you
ought to keep handy, to use
when you buy clothes. You'll
find in this store just such
Suits and Overcoats as are
shown in its pages; and we
can fit you correctly in them.
We would like to have you see
what we can do for you in
this make of clothes. We al
so have a splendid line of
that are gnaranteed all-wool
and to give you satisfaction in
every way for
SIO-00, $11.00, $12.00 AND UP
SPECIALS FOR THIS WEEK
Men's Khaki Trousers, regular
standard goods, the pair
Men's Dress and Work Shoes, sam-fll Qfl
pies, the pair On 30
Men's Work Shirts in plain colors and in
stripes and checks; well made, full QQn
size, and of good strong material Odu
Headlight Corduroy Trousers, cuff bottom,
union made; guaranteed not to rip. 50c re
fund if garment rips at waist band. If they
rip at seat, crotch or leg we will re- Of) n ft
fund$l. Special price, the pair OiUU
Mule Skin Gloves for men A good sub
stantial glove and one that will stand the
hardest wear. This week special
Work Suspenders for men, good substan
tial ones, supposed to sell for 50c a ftr ft
pair; special 0G
Guaranteed Sox for men all colors, black,
tan and fancy; 6 pairs in the box, guaran
teed to wear six months. pn
Per box OUC
Lawns and Dimities, neat dainty pat
terns; value up to 15c a yd. Special, yd.
MILLINERY SECOND FLOOR
You will certainly make a mistake if
you do not visit our Millinery Department
before you make your purchase of your
new spring or summer Hat. We have the
largest assortment in the city which in
cludes everything in the newest creations
in the millinery line. This department is
in charge of one of the best milliners in the
state and if you have something special in
mind she will be pleased to make it up for
you and we are sure you will be more than
pleased with the result.
Also a most complete line of Children's
and Misses' Hats at prices that you can
atrord to pay. CALL AND SEE THEM.
LADIES' SUITS. DRESSES, COATS AND
WAISTS SECOND FLOOR
Our New Spring Assortment now on
display and we would be more than pleased
to show them to you whether you wish to
buy or not. All the newest weaves and
styles made up in latest fashions. A splen
did assortment of new Tub Silk Waists
just received. You should see them.
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terested in the work done by the class
are cordially invited to join. Meet
ings held every Sunday morning at
10 o'clock and on Tuesday evenings.
The news of the marriage of Miss
Jessie Wells to Joseph Cozad in Port
land last week comes as a complete
surprise to her relatives and friends in
Pine Grove. Both are well known.
Miss Jessie was born and raised here,
hence has many friends who Join in
wishing the young couple a long and
The Turney sisters entertained the
Sunflowers at the Laraway home last
evening, it being the regular social
meeting of the class. A merry time
was had by all. The class is steadily
increasing in number and the class
study evenings seem to be getting
William Ehrck, one of the old time
settlers in the Odell district, who died
in Portland Friday was buried in the
Pine Grove Cemetery Sunday after
noon. The services were held in the
1 To Stockholders of the
Mood River Apple Growers' Union
The Annual Meeting, Saturday, April 5th, will be by far
the most important meeting ever held in the history of your
Union. Questions concerning the future welfare of this val
ley are to be argued and acted upon.
WE URGE YOU
First To come. Secondly If you cannot come to see
that you are represented by proxy. Thirdly If you do
come please make it a point to obtain all the proxies you can
and represent them accordingly by your own good judgment
WE WANT THE ASSURANCE OF A FULL
ALBERT SUTTON. Secretary.
W. B. DICKERSON, President.
Melia's Rosaline Boy, No. 102410 f
Sire: Melia Ann's King 7th, No. 74814 f
Dam: Rosaline Rioter, No. 191545 f
A Grandson of the Great $15,000 Bull, Melia Ann's King, No. 56581
The gn-atest Jersey bull living or J
dead, when Judged by his success 4
In the show ring and the wonder-
ful records of his get. He is
sire of 68 testd cows tests
made on the Inland an in 12
Melia Ann's King 7th, bred by
George K. Peer of New York. A
pure St. Lambert bull, inbred
Melia Ann, with an out-cross to
the famous King of St. Lambert
family. His sons head two of
the leading breeding establish
ments of the Willamette Valley,
Mr. Cowownen "Do you b.Uev, in beiMc numeroug h(.r()l, tnroUf!.
out the West.
improving your Block. "
Phone: Odell 18
Pine Grove church at 2 p. m. and
conducted by the Elks, assisted by
Rev .Troy Shelley and Milton Odell.
The church was filled to the doors
with sorrowing friends. Mrs. Ehrck
was buried just one year ago the first
Sunday following Easter.
Among the Elks who attended the
Ehrck funeral were T. H. Johnston,
from Dufur, and the following from
The Dalles: T. A. Hudson, T. W. Hill,
M. D. Rorkk, George Ferguson, H. S.
Harkness, G. W. Grable, Leo Mcln
erny, Gus Pearson, P. J. Stubling, W.
C. Fredden and Claude S. Knight.
Mrs. A. E. Kelly has been confined
to her homef or some time with lung
fever. During the last few days she
has been steadily on the gain.
The Epworth League Business Meet
ing was held at the home of Mrs. C. L.
Coke on Tuesday evening. After the
business session, games were enjoyed
and refreshments served.
The Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Sam Woodward died Sunday after
The two youngest children of Mr.
and. Mrs. Cunningham are seriously
ill with brochial pneumonia.
Mr. and Mrs. Myron Smith were in
Hood River Tuesday.
Mrs. Jesse Langtry, accompanied by
her daughter, Margaret, Is visiting her
sister. Miss Hannah Ostberg.
Mrs. Cunningham is confined to her
home by illness.
J. C. Bowman Is now located on his
ranch, having given up his position In
Mrs. Laura DeWeese of Portland
was an over-Sunday visitor at the
home of W. F. Andrews.
Mrs. Fred Lisco, who spent the win
ter in Portland, returned home last
W. H. Goodenough Is now located in
Spokane, where he Is at the head of
a paper mill. Mrs. Goodenough and
daughter, Miss Prlscilla, will join him
there In the near future. Miss Blanche
Goodenough will return soon from an
extended stay in the East and will be
on the ranch with her brother, Wil
liam, who remains here to keep up
the ranch work.
Mrs. G. A. McCurdy returned to
Oak Grove April first from spending
the winter la Hood River. Her daugh
ters will remain in town until the
close of the school year.
The Oak Grove friends of Miss
Flora Wilson will regret to learn of
her resignation as teacher In the Oak
Grove school. Miss Wilson has ac
cepted a position In the Hood River
postoffice and left Friday evening to
take up her new duties. She Is suc
ceeded in the school by Miss Ander
son, who comes here from the Mon
mouth Normal School. Miss Anderson
arrived Saturday to take up her work.
The new sawmill on the Sutton road
Is now In operation and work has al
ready commenced on the planer near
the church. Oak Grove will soon be In
the lumber as well as In the apple
The entertainment given Friday af
ternoon at the school house by some
of the scholars was enjoyed by the
rest of the. school and several parents.
The program was arranged by Misses
Dorcas DeWItt and Hilja Hukarl and
as creditably rendered.
A daughter waa born Monday to Mr.
and Mrs. John L. Stewart, who live on
Mr. Hicks is constructing a saw mill
on Sherrard & Chapman's place. It
is planned to use up their superfluous
timber mainly in railroad ties. It is
operated by electricity and will be
ready to saw In about six weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Ash, formerly of the
Paris Fair, have definitely left Odell,
except that he will be back a few
days on business and will then be at
Mr. Eade's. Mr. and Mrs. Ash, after
spending some time in Portland, will
visit Coos Bay where they have prop
erty interests affected by the boom in
that vicinity. Mrs. Cox will now be
at home at their place with Mr. and
The newly-formed Ladies' Society
of the Federated church will meet
on Thursday at 2 p.m. at Mrs. Bower
man's. Mrs. Mohr Is president, Mrs.
Eade, secretary. The first and third
Tuesdays of each month are the regu
lar meeting times. All ladles Invited
to be present.
Rev. Hargreaves went to Goldendalt
Sunday and the storm prevented bis
substitute, Leslie Butler from coming.
Mr. Hargreaves will preach next Sun
day evening at 7:45 , which has been
decided as the hour for the week's
Our friend and long time neighbor,
William Ehrck, died at Portland at the
home of his daughter, Mrs. Emma
Hendon. His other daughters, Mrs
Lizzie Eggert and Mrs. Mary McFar-
land, were also present and his sons
Otto and Will Ehrck. His son Will
was supporting him when he died and
Mr. Ehrck knew them all to the last.
About two years ago an abcess broke
on his lung and his faithful wife nurs
ed him back to life. She died a year
ago. An abscess on the other lung
caused his deaih. He was fully con
scious that he could not recover. Mr.
and Mrs. Ehrck were Lutherans and in
early days the pastor of that faith
held regular services at the Union
church of which Mr. Ehrck was one of
the first trustees. His funeral was
held at the Pine Grove M. E. church
and he was buried at the side of his
wife in Pine Grove Cemetery. The
church was filled to overflowing, about
one fourth of the number being Elks
many of them from The Dalles. Com
mander E. A. Hudson conducted the
service of the order for their dead
brother. Rev. Troy Shelley preached
the funeral sermon from the text, "If
a man die shall he live again?" He
was assisted in the services by M. D.
Odell. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Smith sang
several beautiful songs. A sharp con
trast to the time of our friend's youth
when he came here and with his
death was noted In the long train of
automobiles that came in the pouring
rain to do this man honor.
Rev. W. A. Sunday Is preaching In
Sunday School at 10 a. m. The M.
E. church membership contest Is on.
Epworth League In the evening. There
will be no preaching or extra services
as the father in law of District Super
intendent Perry died and he has gone
to attend the funeral.
Mrs. J. M. Shelley and daughter and
Mrs. Ixuls Rhoades went to Oregon
City for a few days to visit Walter
Bradley's folks. Their mother accom
panied them and will remain there.
Rev. Troy Shelley will preach next
Sunday morning at the Union church
at 11:30 a.m. The Lord's Supper will
follow the sermon. Sunday School at
10:30. Christian Endeavor will begin
at 7 p. m. and continue until 7:45,
sharp. Those not wishing to attend
Endeavor take notice that evening
preaching begins at 7:45. The newly
elected president will lead the conse
cration meeting, subject "Humility",
Congratulations are being extended
to Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Rine on the
arrival of a daughter, Alice Elizabeth,
born March 27.
Mrs. C. M. Vinton entertained the
members of the Utill Dulce Club Fri
day March 28.
After spending several months In
Denver, Colo., Mrs. W. M. Kallock
arrived home Monday, March 24.
Mr. and Mrs. S.F. Forrest will spend
the next few months on their ranch.
A delightful time was had by the
members of the two clubs of Under
wood Wednesday afternoon when they
crossed the river and were entertain
ed by the ladies of the Woman's Club
of Hood River.
After spending the last four months
In Pasadena, Cal., Mrs. H. W. Hamlin
returned home last Thursday.
Mrs. Tope of Bosron Is visiting Mrs.
H. W. Hamlin for a few days on her
way home from California.
The members of the Woman's Club
met at the residence of Mrs G. A.
Cooper last week. ,
Mr. and Mrs. E. C, Ooddard and
daughter, Elizabeth, spent a few days
on their place this last: week.
The outlook for increased business
must be promising for the Horses'
Home Stables, the proprietor having re
cently purchased five additional hacks
and buggies, beside the five passenger
auto lately acquired by him. ,
Miss Herald was in Portland for
Miss Katherine Hewett spent part
of last week with Mrs. H. M. Grelner.
The Prlscilla Club will be entertain
ed Thursday, April 3, at the home of
Mrs. W. B. Butchurt.
Gertrude Hansen made her first pub
lic appearance at Odell Friday night.
All her friends are glad to see that she
is able to be out again.
Work on the road has not been pro
gressing because of the unsettled
Mrs. Paul Hansen and Bernlce were
In Hood River for a short time last
Mrs. II. L. Shoemaker Is visiting
with her sister, Miss Zena Miller for
a week or two. She came up from
Pine Grove Sunday. She and her sis
ter had been visiting their parent at
Mr. Fletcher, who recently purchas
ed the Thompson place, moved, with
his family, Into the new house that
was put up on that place the latter
part of the week.
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HAYES HIGH PRESSURE SPRAYERS
t and are not biased, you will at least want to buy one because
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We also have a supply of Roche Harbor Lime, Bluestone
Lime, bulphur bpray, Arsenate of Lead, Uuion Meat Co-'s
Beaver Brand Fertilizer. Don't forget to advise your wants
in Apple Boxes. Berry Crates, Hay, Grain and Feed.
We can serve you best when you keep us advised.
HOOD RIVER APPLE GROWERS' UNION
I Bceow Qrc listed
gJJevn cf Cur ffiatuj Bargains
2 LBS. SHAKER SALT
ARM & HAMMER BRAND SODA E
True-to-Name Nursery has opened
an office In town on corner opposite
from Oregon Hotel and samples of
trees ran be seen In tree yard adjoin
ing office. Mr. Galllgan will be at the
office Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur
AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE
Fully-equipped Cadillac 30, 6 passen
ger touring car for sale. Three extra
tires and four extra Inner tubes. Ex
tra springs. Phone 5552. ltc
A daughter was born Saturday to
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Martin of Underwood.
Gold Dust, large size 20c
Pearline, large size soc
Citrus, large size zOc
Laundry Soap, 11 bars Z5c
Kemembcr We Deliver Orders of a Reasonable Size
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Transfer and Livery company
Freight, Express and Baggage Transferred
Furniture Moved, Stored or Packed
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Head the News It tells It all.
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Timothy and good cleangraln hay.
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