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THE HOOD RIVER NEWS, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16, 1S13
Our Coming Men
For the Season of
Our Stock Complete
AH the New Models Every cor
rect fabric. Let us show you.
You Owe It
To Dress Him in An
$5.00 TO $20.00
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$3.50 to $8.90
FREE! Jrhc. & lRorSe FREE! FRANK A. CRAM
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In Exchange for City Property in Port
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Lime and Spray Kelly Bros., phone
Buy your coal of Taft Transfer Com
Miss Margaret Nickelsen visited
friends In Portland last week.
Mrs. S. B. Carlisle left Friday for
a few days trip to Eastern Oregon
$926.00 to loan on first-class Im
proved farm land security. E. H.
Miss Viola Nickelsen, who is spend
ing the summer in Portland, visited
at her home here last week.
Miss Hazel Phillips, a student at
St. Helens Hall in Portland was the
guest recently of Miss Ma(ud Car
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Van Anda went
to The Dalles the last of the week to
attend the funeral of A. II. Curtis, a
pioneer resident of that city.
NOTICE Before ordering your Bur
bank and Vermont Gold Coin seed po
tatoes you had better call the U. C. M.
Kanch, Phone Odell 337. 11 18c
Four residents of the valley were
naturalized at the term of court
last week by Judge Rradsha'.
They were William Gluke of the East
Side, a native of Germany, William
Fernyhough of Odell, an Englishman,
J. P. Thomsen of Dukes Valley, a
Dane, and ' Hans KollandHrud of Mo
sier, a Norwegian by birth.
Will buy well secured first mort
gages. E. H. Hartwig. 14tfc
Coal or Wood delivered on short no
tice. Taft Transfer Company. 7tfc
HOME PIANO TUNER G. H. Car
rier, R. F. D. 1, or phone S. W. Arnold,
Byron Robertson and family, who
have been living at Prosper, Oregon,
returned to Dee to make their home a
few days ago.
W. Kennedy of Vancouver, Wash.,
formerly of Hood River, made ship
ment last week of four registered
Duroc Jersey brood sows to W. R.
Hoover of the West Side.
Another of the series of dances giv
en by the ladies of St. Mark's Guild
will be held at Heilbronner Hall next
Friday evening. The patronesses will
be Mrs. C. R. Bone, Mrs. Etta Ban
croft, and Mrs. E. H. Shepard.
Oregon's apple crop last year was
worth $7,000,000 according to the esti
mate of W. K. Newell, chairman of
the Slate Board of Horticulture. He
says the production of apples has
about doubled in this state in two
Among those who left last week for
distant points were the following: R.
G. Masiker to Nam pi, Idaho, G. M.
Coleman to Payette, Katy Smith to
Kuna, Idaho, Anna M. Williams to
San Jose, Cal., C. C. and W. E. Mills
to Opal, Wyoming, and Anna Elliott
to Twin Falls, Idaho.
Motorcycle for sale. A bargain, see
G. L. Emry. 16-17p
Attorney John Baker was a visitor
in Portland Friday.
W. L. Clarke spent several days in
Portland last week.
Mrs. L. C. Simms and son spent
Monday in Portland.
Carl Vaughan left for San Diego,
Oal., Sunday on a business trip.
For Rent Three furnished light
housekeeping rooms. Phone 2653. tf
A. E. Anderson and wife of Chicago,
were guests last week of their neph
ew. Rev. E. A. Harris.
If you want Insurance In companies
that pay losses promptly and in full
call on A. W. Onthank.
John Copper, who is a student at
the University of Washington, has
been spending the past week here.
Rev. H. L. Snyder of Chanute, Kan
who is visiting relatives here, preach
ed at the U. B. church Sunday even
ing. Rev. E. A. Harris went to Portland
yesterday to attend the meeting of the
Portland Association of Congregation
Ernest J. Bloom, who was associat
ed until recently with George Slocum
has opened a photographic studio in
the building at the southeast corner
of Second street and Cascade Avenue.
Guy Sailing, formerly ticket clerk
and operator at the O.-W. R. & N.
station here, is now employed as
agent) at the Mt. Hood station. He
takes the place of Ashley Wilson,
who was recently promoted to be
asistant superintendent W. T. Pat
terson was transferred from Albina
to take the place made vacant by Mr.
The Davidson Fruit Company ship
ped their last carload of apples Fri
day. They were of the Ben Davis
variety. The company has shipped
during the year approximately 130,000
boxes. Inasmuch as the company has
become a part of the amalgamation
it is possible that this was the last
car of fruit which will be shipped un
der the name of the Davidson Fruit
Oak Grove residents were parties
to one of the cases tried before Judge
Bradshaw in the Circuit Court last
week. Kinoshita, a Japanese, sued
Alfred Cox. Kinoshita had a quanti
ty of wood burned last year and he
charged Cox with having burned it.
Testimony was taken and the Jury
brought in a verdict for the defendant.
E. ('. Smith appeared for the defend
ant and L. A. & A. P. Reed for the
. A motto, for qrchardlsts Wajtch
and spray. v
John Weaver was up from Portland
Can deliver coal or wood promptly.
Taft Transfer Company. 7tfc
P. A. Clancey and family returned
Monday from Portland to their ranch
H. C. Allen and Mrs. W. B. Allen
returned last week from a trip to In
Mrs. Paul Hughes of Oak Grove
underwent a second operation at the
Earl Dietz underwent a serious op
eration for acute appendicitis at the
A. Welch and wife came up from
Portland Monday to look over their
property Interests here.
Dr. Charleg Chamberlain of Port
land was called here Friday to assist
in an operation at the hospital.
H. L. MacLeod of Portland, who
bought a tract at Summit, has been
spending several days on the place.
Howard Gates, who is engaged in
developing a large tract on the Little
White Salmon, spent Saturday here.
Frederick S. Stanley and A. W.
Whitemere of Portland wers business
visitors In town the last of ths week.
Victor Johnson, who recently under
went an operation for appendicitis,
was able to leave the hospital Sunday.
Three prominent residents of Trout
Lake Christ Guler, J. E. Reynolds,
and O. J. Smith spent Friday In the
R. F. Weniiling and D. H. Steven
son came from Portland Saturday to
make a short stay at the former's
C. H. Merchant, employed at the
Stanley-Smlih mill at Ruthton, sus
tained an injury to his face and eye
Dr. and Mrs. J. K. Locke of Port
land were guetits of Dr. and Mrs. Mal
colm Branson for a couple of days
the last of the week.
Edward H. Taylor, consulting engi
neer employed by the city to assist
with the plans for the city water
works, came up from Portland Mon
day. Wallace MtCamant, a Portland at
torney, was here the last of the week
in consultation concerning organiza
tion of the central shipping associa
tion. I. D. Parkins, formerly of this place,
who went to Agusa, Cal., returned the
last of the week and says California
hasn't anything that looks as good
to him as Hood River.
CAMAS PRAIRIE HAY LANDS
There is money in Hay and Cows and this is
the correct time to get into the business.
We have some good farms equipped with
buildings and the prices are right and the terms
will suit your pocketbook.
B. E. DUNCAN & CO.
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E. H. Arens expects to leave next
month for Chicago to engage In news
paper work there.
Mrs. W. D. Rogers was called to
Salem Sunday by the serious illness
of her father, I. C. Sutton.
R. W. Arens has been promoted
from corporal to sergeant at the O. A,
C. as a result of a recent military
Miss Martha Garside, who has been
spending the winter at the U. C. M
ranch in the Upper Valley, returned
to Brooklyn Saturday.
Mrs. E. R. Pooley and little son have
returned from Portland. Mr. and
Mrs. Pooley are planning to move to
their ranch in a couple of weeks.
Mrs. C. J. Crandall of The Dalles
was the guest of honor Friday at
silver tea given by the ladies of St.
Mark's Guild at the home of Mrs. A
Mrs. Charles Swenson and daughter
of Portland spent the past 10 days In
Hood River with Mr. Swenson, who
is foreman on the waterworks con
Ward I. Cornell, the Upper Valley
real estate man, was in town Satur
day. He received his new Indian mot
orcycle from Portland and made his
first trip to Parkdale,
A. W. Harper and L. E. Roberts,
two Minneapolis business men who
are promoting the Hood River-Green
Point Orchards Company, spent last
week here looking over the-tract.
Mrs. R. C. Scott and two children,
who have been spending the winter at
their former home in Indianapolis, re
turned Monday. They were accom
panied by Miss Nelle Hewitt, who will
be their guest.
G. D. Wood worth is building a new
ra nch house on the Loomis-Wood
worth ranch in the Upper Valley
I'lans are also being made for the con
struction of a new road to the Chau
Miss Eva Brock came home Friday
from the University of Oregon for a
week's vacation. Chester Huggins Is
also here. Karl Onthank was here
over the week end and Donald is
spending the week.
W. C. Smullin and family of the
Upper Valley, who have been spend
Ing part of the winter in Pennsyl
vania, returned the last of the week.
They were delayed for a week In
Indiana by the floods.
Chief Engineer D. F. McGee of the
Pacific Light & Power Company, D. C.
Henny, another engineer, and A. Clog-
her, a New York financier, havp been
spending several days looking over
the company's developml nt project
now under way here.
F. G. Church returned from Walla
Walla Saturday, having been in at
tendance at the parliament of the M.
E. Church held April 9,10 and 11. He
reports a very interesting and helpful
session. "God's Kingdom Is moving on
and a mighty forward movement In
the church Is a certainty," declared
Frank Davenport, Jr., and K. W.
Sinclair enjoyed a fishing and hunting
trp in Central Oregon last week. Mr.
Sinclair had the misfortune to get
his thumb Jammed in the recoil of
his shot-gun and the bone was splint
ered. He cut the trip short but Mr.
Davenport remained the rest of the
week and secured a fine catch of fish.
C. N. Clarke's young stallion, Ort
ley, was left standing on Columbia
street Saturday and ran away when
frightened by a small boy. Near the
Columbia Auto & Machine Company's
garage the buggy was dashed Into a
pole and completely demolished. 'The
horse turned around and ran back up
the street. He was stopped by Noah
Bone. The horso was unhurt.
Mrs. C. D. Hlnrichs has been quite
ill for the past few days.
Mrs. R. N. Young's mother, Mrs.
Congdon, came up from Portland Sun
day for a visit.
C. C. Paddock and wife of Indiana
polis arrived Monday and will make
their home with their son on the West
J. D. Dammon and wife, who are to
take charge of tho hotel and railroad
Btation at Parkdale, passed through
here Saturday on their way from Port
land. Miss Lois A. Peironnet, accompan
ied by Miss G. E. Jones, arrived Sat
urday from Wheaton, 111., to spend
the summer with her brother, J. L.
Peironnet, In the Upper Valley.
On Friday evening, April 18, at 8
o'clock at the Asbury M. E. church a
reception will be given to those who
have recently united with the church.
The members and friends of the !
church are cordially invited.
Mrs. Etta Bancroft has been on the
sick list for the past several days.
A son was born last week to Mr.
and Mrs. J. N. Dunn, who live on the
Mrs. F. B. Moses returned last Week
from Southern- California much Im
proved In health.
The stork brought a daughter Sat
urday to the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Matthew Maynard in the Belmont dis-.
Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Bailey of the
Upper Valley were in the city the last
of the week, their two children under
going minor operations.
Members of Hood River Lodge, No.
105. A. F. & A. M., will be the guests
of their brother lodge, Portland-Washington,
No. 46, of Portland on Satur
day, April 26.
J. F. Patterson expects to move to
Portland the first of the month when '
Mrs. Patterson and the children re-
iturn from Honolulu.
;i tae with Reerj& Henderson, Incj
Fire, Accident, Life, Automobile, Plate Glass,
Burglary, Employer's Liability, including:
FARMERS and ORCHARDISTS.
Also Judicial, Official and Indemnity Bonds
I Resident Agent for: U. S. Fidelity & Guaranty Co.
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lNormem Assurance o., 01 i-ionaon
Commercial Union Assurance Co., Ltd., of London
Hanover t ire Insurance Co. of New York
Pelican Assurance Co. of New York
"Real Estate Loans
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Are You in the Market for a Snap?
If ho we hve a very IiIkIi cIiimh younif orchard on county roml with
in 7 mlli-H of town, In h proven dlHtrlct for the ridiculously low price
of $:!".". (X) (ier Here. Good buildings.
NEW EXCHANGES THIS WEEK
2i)S0 ftcreK In llentrn County, WiiHhliiKton, nltoiit H'H) hitch In crop;
MM) ncreH more tine tillable linl, Imlnnce let piiHture. No rock,
(travel or lininh, koo1 luilldlnitH, wit bin 7 in I lew of irooil town of ISMH).
Price $4.1,000. Morttfiure $1(,MH) at 0 per cent which can run at will.
Will take good orchard property here of Hiune value. This In n line
K) ncreH In Mt. Hood illntrlct on main county road, 2M acre In cnlll
vntlon; 0 ncreH liearlnn orchard, Imlnnce hay. Uooil IiiiIIIIiii;m, com
plete equipment of tooln; tenin, cowk. plgi clilckenH, etc. TIiIh Ik mi
blenl fruit and dairy proportion. Value $1(MM). Kqulty $tl,fi00.
Will tnule for mnnller place In lower va!ley; city property, or what
have you to offer?
Have fL'0,000 worth of liliflr cIjihh vacant lot In rapidly growing (11m
trlct In Portland t exchange for ranch property here.
Insurance In the
If yon want roMPLKTK I'R()TK( TI'JN Fire
companies that pay their lose promptly, hcu
ROBERTS & SIMMS
G. Y. EDWARDS & CO.
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