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rHE HOOD KIVEE NEWS. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2, 1913
$15.00 to $25.00
$15.00 to $27.50
IANOICII K I M C A I O
THAT LIMITED INCOME
Is no bar to dressing; well absolutely not. Probably 90 per cent of
the families who favor us with their business have limited incomes.
Don't keep away from this shop because your income is limited, be-
cause we select our stock with the limited income-man in mind.
He's the fellow who keeps us going. He's the fellow who has made
this business a success. He's the fellow we cater to. He usually
knows what's what. . ' . NEW CLOAKS, NEW SUITS, NEW SHOES, NEW DRESS GOODS.
" I 1 FRANK A. CRAM
$3,90 to $8.50
For Bad Bovs
in wiiii iMiiwiiiMinrmw i imiiii 1
Buy your coal of Taft Transfer Com
O. B. Dabney went to Portland Fri
day for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. John R. Putnam were
Portland visitors the last of the Week,
William H. Edick of Mt. Hood was
visitor in town the last of the week
We have some good values in Cam
as Prairie hay lands. B. E. Duncan &
E. L. Sutherland and family have
moved from Dee to 707 Columbia
Mrs. L. K. Armstrong went to Port'
land Friday to spend a week with het
Warren Cooper, wife and Infant son
returned from Portland the last of
the week to make their home in the
Mrs. C. P. Balch of Dufur was visit
ing her daughter, Mrs. C. N. Clarke,
the last of the week and was the guest
of the Thursday Card Club.
Mrs. W. L. Hodges, Jr., accompanied
by her mother, left Sunday for Boston,
where they will spend three months
visiting relatives and friends.
Deputy Sheriff J. L. Johnson has
been confined to his home by illness
for the past couple of weeks, George
W. Dimmick taking his place at the
Rev. J. R, Hargreaves of Hood Riv
er, Oregon, is a believer in the federal
church and will tell us how the Chris
tians of Hood River were persuaded
to work together from a federal
church, says the Goldendale Sentinel.
A county Sunday School rally will
be held Friday evening at the V. B.
church. Rev. Charles A. Phipps, field
secretary for the state, will be the
principal speaker. Rev. Phipps wHI be
at Odpll Thursday, at Cascade Locks,
Friday afternoon, and here In the
Misg Christine Anderson, who re
crt.tly returned for a visit at her for
mer home in Madison, Wis., has an
nounced her engagement to a former
schoolmate of that place. They are to
be married on the tenth of this month
and will make their home there. Be
fore leaving here Miss Arfderson was
in the employ of the Transfer and
For Sale or Rent A piano. Phone
E. J. Bloom ransacted business in
G. Vogt was a business caller i
The Dalleg during the week.
Public stenographic work done.
Room 2, Hall Bldg. Phone Ctfc
Mrs. Truman Butler and daughter
left for Portland Saturday on a brief
R. P. Bartlett was a passenger for
Mosier Saturday to attend to some
business matters. ,
Start making money In hay and
cows. Camas Prlairie offers the op
portunity. B.E. Duncan & Co. 13-14e
Harry Bennett Is over from Lyle
visiting friends for a few days. He
reports things on the "boom" in the
Fletcher Homan, president of Wil
lamette University, spent several days
in Hood River last week looking af
ter his law Interests.
FOR RENT My residence, corner of
Hazel Avenue and 7th street. Will
rent furnished or Wfurnlshed. A. .
Whitehead. Phone 3323. 13tfc
Manager Stone of the Laemmlle
Film Service of Portland was in the
city the latter part of the week plac
ing orders for feature films with local
Mrs. Thomas Coon of Prineville.who
has been visiting her sister, Mrs. CD.
Nickelsen, left Friday for a visit with
her sister, Mrs. W. Helm at Graas
Valley before returning home.
Stranahans & Slavins, who have
charge of the erection of the two
story brick for the Wasco Warehouse
Milling Companjf) now being built
on Commission Row, are rushing the
work to completion with a large crew
Mrs. Moody, mother of Chas. Moody
of the Upper Valley, returned Satur
day from an extended trip in the East.
Mrs. Moody stated that In passing
through Ohio bridge cronsed by
the train on which she travelled was
wpt away shortly after her train
For Sale Full-blooded Brown Leg
horn eggs, 75 cents a setting, $4.00
per hundred. G. H. Robbing, Phone
Lime and Sulphur Spray. Kelly Bros,
W. E. Shay spent Sunday in Port
land visiting friends. .
Can deliver coal or wood promptly.
Taft Transfer Company. 7tfc
X. Tostevin and wife went to Port
land Saturday on a brief visit.
B. F. Moses left Saturday for a
week's visit with friend In Eugene.
For Rent Three furnished light
housekeeping rooms. Phone 2653. tf
$'.i2C,00 to loan on first-class im
proved farm land security. E. H.
Hart wig. 12tfc
If you want insurance in companies
that pay losses promptly and in full
call on A. W. Onthank.
Charles T. Early reeurned Friday
after spending several days above
looking after the Eccles interests.
Mrs. T. J. Dolbow of Spokane, who
has been spending the winter In
Southern California, was the guest
last week of Mrs. J. E. Andrews.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kimball, who
have been spending the winter in Bos
ton, returned the last of the week,
They were delayed for 30 hours by the
storm in the East.
W. H. Rodenhieser of Mt. Hood lost
one of his bay team the last of the
week. The animal was taken sudden
ly sick in the night and died before re
lief could be given.
F. G. Dunnicliffe, editor of the White
Simon Enterprise, has sold the paper
and expects to leave with his family
in a few days. His plans for the fu
ture are not yet settled.
Mrs. G. B. Schetky and family, re
cent arrivals from Vancouver, B. C,
Lime and Spray Kelly Bros., phone
Early Rose seed potatoes best
grade. Kelly Brothers. 1314c
Wanted Position by experienc
ed stenographer good penman. Ad
dress Box 133, Hood River, Ore. lOtfc
Alex S. Reid, foreman for the Stan
ley Smith Lumber Company, returned
Thursday from Michigan, where he
spent the winter.
For Sale Brand new Studebaker
Inch and a quarter wagon for $10 less
than cost. A. B. Fitzpaulck, No. 1
State street or phone 2512. 13-14p
NOTICE Before ordering your Bur
bank and Vermont Gold Coin seed po
tatoes you had better call the U. C. M.
Ranch, Phone Odell 337. 11 18c
Vou should protect yourself agjiu.-tt
burglars. We insure your jewelry aid
silver against burglary for $10.u0 to
$15.00 per $1000.00. Reed & Hender
son Inc., Agents, U. S. Fidelity &
Guaranty Co. 12-152
Miss Flora Wilson has taken a posi
tion as clerk in the postofllce. Post
master Lucas having been authorized
t'o employ air additional clerk. She
hag been teaching at Oak Grove but
concluded her work there Friday.
Clifford lieverly, a boy living west
of town, was arrested by Marshal
Lewis this week charged with enter
ing Kelly Brothers' feed store and
helping himself to sacks which he
had been selling back to Mr. Kelly.
He was released upon promise of
Kenneth Mac Kay, who, with Mr.
Henderson, hag been managing the
have ftken the Michell house on Pros- ranch of Kobt,rt Llvigstone of Portland
nprt Avpnn and will mak thpir ell, returned from Edinburgh,
home here this summer. Scotland, the last of the week accom-
. panted by his brother and family, also
nv n a T71 ,f lu,r onn Ihrpn a stora all
W(ol Pnrtlanil In Knrilonil tha lost nf ' '
of whom rtlnn in makA thf1r hnma
ine ween inciuaeu Mrs. ji. r . uieason, nere
Arthur McCreery, A. D. Moe, Miss!
Vernon Weaver and Murray Kav. Tho8e wno enJr f'PP1" e 'an
tastic toe are iooKing iorwara to me
County Treasurer Bishop received danCe to be given by the ladies of SU
$1000 from the grate last week to pay Mark.8 Guild next Frlday evening at
for rhe care of George Watson, a Can- Heilbronner Hall. The committee in
adian. who has been a patient at the charite Is Mrs. W. W. Remington. Mrs.
hospital for over a year. He was E. D. Kanaga and Mrs. R. R. Carter,
crippled In an accident here. Chandler's orchestra will furnish mu-
Chief of Police Lewis found the re
volver carried by young Chadwlck.who A telegram was received last week
was arrested In Hood River in com- from Bishop Paddock announcing that
pany with his pal Tracy and accused a rector has been engaged o take
of robbery near Stevenson. Lewis charge of St. Mark's Episcopal church
f pored the young man entering the here Rev. Mr. McNamara of Glen
Main Restaurant and followed him in. 'dive, Montan; He will take charge
Chadwlck made fonthe kitchen and about the middle jf next month. Mr.
tcxi his gun from his pocket and laid McNamara has been very highly spok
it up on a shelf where It was found 'en of by Itishop Brewer In whose
late. Jurisdiction h has worked.
FOR - EXCHANGE
80 acres at Camas Prairie for Hood River property
Several 5 and 10 acre tracts of 2 to 4 year old
orchards for city property.
One 10 acre bearing orchard for Portland property
B E. DUNCAN & CO.
Will buy well secured first mort
gages. E. H. Hartwig. 14tfc
Coal or Wood delivered on short no
tice. Taft Transfer Company. 7tfc
Mrs. Eva Woodburn went to Port
land Saturday for a few days stay.
S. S. Pratt of Tacoma visited his
nephew, R. W. Pratt, the last of the
A marriage license was Issued Sat
urday to Ralph Barton and Miss Lela
Mr. and Mrs. Montague Sidney went
to Portland this week to attend the
Frank A. Moore of Walla Walla
spent the last of the week on his ranch
at Mt. Hood.
D. D. Brewster of Portland spent
the week end on his place in the
Miss Dorothy Strowbrldge of Port
land wag the guest of Miss Harriet Al
len a few days last week.
News has been received of the death
at Provo, Utah, of John R. Twelves,
father of Mrg. W. N. Winter.
R. E. Harbison of Hillsboro came
to Hood River Saturday to spend a few
days at his ranch at Odell.
A .C . Lofts went to Portland Mon
day to buy a cow to replace a valuable
animal recently killed by a train.
White Plymouth Rocks, eggg for
hatching. Mrs. Jessie Thomas, 703
Pine treet, Hood River. 13-15p
F. J. Beno came from Sherwood,
Ore., this week to take charge of D,
E. Miller's ranch in the Upper Valley
E. H. Wheeler and wife, who have
been spending the winter in Portland
returned Sunday to their ranch at
F. J. Bronaugh, who has been spend
Ing the winter in Portland, returned
the last of the week to his ranch in the
Ralph Barton and Miss Lela Emry
were united in marriage at the Meth
odist church Sunday afternoon at 3
o'clock, Rev. W. B. Young officiating.
Mrs. S. W. McLane and daughter
Dorothy arrived Monday from La
Grande for a few days visit with Mr,
and Mrg. L. A. Woodard.
Mrs. Hugh Stewart and Mrg. F. H.
Coolidge were hostesses at a birthday
party Monday evening, Mrs. Coolidgn
having passed another milestone. The
evening was pleasantly passed with
whist and music.
F. J. Wildln of Ruthton had his arm
seriously injured in a swinging saw
Monday. The saw cut to the bone of
the right arm just above the 'wrist.
Dr. Rronson sewed the tendons togeth
er and dressed the wound. .
Charles- Soule of Portland was here
the last of the week to look after the
stdre of his brother, Silas Soule, The
latter' is recovering n Portland from
an operation upon his eyes, which it
ig hoped may Improve his sight.
O. A. C. professor who were here
last week on matters connected with
the local experiment atatlon and re
search work Included James Withy
combe, director-of the State Experi
ment Station, Dean Cordley, C. I.
Lewlg and R. R. Browg.
Mrs. E. M. Bronson, mother of Dr.
Bronson, wag In Dayton at the time of
the flood, but word hag been received
that she survived safely. Dr. and Mrg.
George C. Skinner, parents of J. C.
Skinner, also live In Dayton and the
flood reached the second story of their
J. W. Dickinson hag gold his lease
and contents of the Dickinson House
lo T. II. Wilcox, who will move here
this week from Bull Run, where he
has been associated with C. A. Cass.
Mr. Dickinson It disponing of the bus!
nesg on account of poor health.
M. E. Church Services
Sunday School at 10 a. m. Preach
ing services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Themes: morning, "Peace In the
Storm;" evening, "A Good Fight." Ep-
worin League at 6:30 p. m. Prayer
meeting on Thursday evening at 7:30
o'clock. You will be made welcome
at the services. W. B. Young, pastor.
BUTLER BANK GETS NEW DRESS
Painters, paperhangers and decora
tors have been at work during the
past week retiming and decorating the
interior of the Butler Bank, the pion
eer banking house of Hood River
county. The work hag been in charge
of James Hunt.
Mrs. Connell, who lives on Portland
Way, has returned from Weiser, Idaho,
where she has been visiting her son,
Harry Nichols.formerly of Hood River,
who is Interested in a garage there.
Hans Hoerleln will give his fifth
monthly organ recital at Riverside
church next Sunday night beginning
at 8 o'clock, assisted by William
Chandler. The following program will
Overture to Stradella Flotow
Prelude and Fugue Bach
(a) Evening Song Seiss
(b) Spring Song Mendelssohn
Violin Solo Selected
Triumphal March Guilmant
(b) To a Wild Rose MacDowell
fiat Lux Dubois
The service at Riverside church
next Sunday morning will include the
celebration of the Lord's Supper, the
reception of members and baptism of
children, and a short address by the
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