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THE HOOD R1VEK NEWS, WEDNESDAY. JUNE 4, 1913
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SUMMER DAYS ARE HERE
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Buy your coal of Taft Transfer Com
R. E. Harbison of Hillsboro visited
his ranch at Odell last week.
A. F. Bickford of Portland spent the
last of the week on his ranch here.
Will H. Bennett, the bank examiner,
spent a couple of days here last week.
Eric H. Gordon was an Upper Val
ley visitor In the city the last of the
Mrs. C. D. Hinrichg had as her guest
over Sunday Miss Grace Robertson of
Mrs. P. H. Carroll wag here from
Portland the last of the week visiting
here son, Phil.
L. H. Rose of the Upper Valley
spent a couple of days in the city the
last of the week.
Mrs. R. Kairbairn of the Upper Val
ley has returned after spending a few
days in Portland.
A. G. Morey wag here from Wen
atchee to attend the meeting of the
North Pacific Distributors.
Mrs. Anna K. Baker- of the Upper
Valley has left on a trip to her 16
acre ranch at Jerome, Idaho.
J. O .Curtis was in town from Dee
Saturday to meet his son, A. C. Curtis,
who arrived from Stuart. Iowa.
Colonel and Mrs. Tucker came down
from the Upper Valley Monday on
their way to Portland for a visit.
Robert Livingstone of Portland
spent the week end at his ranch here.
acrompaniel by E. Campbell and E
H. E .Witham of Portland, aecom
panied by Miss M. P. Howard of that
city, spent a few days visiting friends
here last week.
Miss Kitty Bragg, who has ben
upending several we ks visiting rela
tives in Colfax, Wash., returned the
last of the week.
Todd Culbertson of Mt. Hood is
pending a few dayB in the city this
week preparing for the strawberry sea
son on his ranch.
E. I). Skinner and H. S. Hazen, re
cruiting officers from the barracks at
Vancouver, were in town looking for
recruits last week.
David R. Tod of Portland spent last
week here on the Home Orchard Com
pany's tract on the Wept Side, in
which he is Interested.
K. J. Pronaugh of file Upper Valley
was In Portland last week, his parents.
Judge and Mrs. E. ('. Hronaugh, having
left for a trip to Europe.
Miss Marian 1 Euwer and Mrs. C
P. Buchanan arrived from Is Angeles
last week to spend the summer with
Eugene Kuwer in the Upper Valley.
Members of the Benedict Tennis
Club who got no further than their
Initial matches in the recent tourna
ment are now engaged In a consolation
Invitations are out for a hhlrt waist
dancing party to be given at llcllbron
tier Hall next. Friday evening by the
Assembly Club. The patronesses are
Mrs. (J. A. Clarke. Mrs. Trafford E.
Smith and Mrs. J. M. Sutthoff.
STRANAHAN A CLARKE MOVE
Slrstiahan i Clarke have moved In
to their new warehouse on Railroad
street west of the Union und are now
filling all orders there.
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George I. Sargent made the trip to
For prompt delivery of coal call
Taft Transfer Company. 7tfc
The stork brought a son Monday to
Mr. and Mrs H. U Fuller at Willow
Mrs. Mabel E. Bretherton of Sher
man Avenue is seriously ill at the hos
W. H. (Dad) Gray has moved with
his family from their ranch on the
East Side to Vancouver, Wash.
A son was born Sunday to Mr. and
Mrs. E. A. Kincaid, who live at the
corner of Viola and Second streets.
Miss Ora Warren, who has been
nursing here for about a year, left
Sunday to make her home In Portland.
L. C. Simms returned Sunday even
ing from Oklahoma, where he has beer,
spending several weeks.
Stranahan & Clarke have moved in
to their new warehouse west of the
Union on Railroad street, where they
are now filling all orders.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Phillips of Can
yon City were guests last week of
their niece, Mrs. F. S. Smith. Mt.
Phillips made only a short visit, but
she will remain for a longer stay.
Now is the time to place your order
for peony bulbs for fall planting. They
are at their b'st blcxitn for one week.
Come and see them. C. D. Thompson,
Barrett road. ltc
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilkins of Sweet
Home, Ore., are here visiting their
two daughters, Mrs. Wendling and
Miss Aleene Clarke, who has been
visiting her aunt and uncle, Mr. and
Mrs. A. P. Slade, on the East Side,
has returned to her home near Husum,
A. J. Sleret, who until recently was
employed as watchmaker by W. F. Lar
a way, hag opi ned a Jewelry store in
hos Angeles in the Pico Grand Theatre
Mrs. Maggie Neff accompanied her
father, E. W. Winans. upon his return
last week from a month's visit in ('or
nelius, Oregon. Mr. Winans, although
nearly 8!, is still active.
A. Markgraf, formerly of Trout Uike
and now of Southern California, re
turned from the south last week and
has joined his wile in a visit with
their daughter, Mrs. Spencer, at Dee.
Mr. and Mrs. G. II. Steinhoff and
two daughters arrived in town Sun
day evening on their way from Ixmg
fieacn, I al., to heaftle. I hey are
spending a couple of weeks with Mrs
Stelnhoff's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L.
Since the river reached Its high
stage no steamers have plyed abovt
Cascade Ixx ks. One was ordered to
remain above the locks, plying be
tween there arid The Dalle,, but It
waited flint 11 a day trio late and ther,
could not get through the locks be
cause of the hi(rh water.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mcf'reii expect to
leave In a few days for Richmond, Ind.,
where he has accepted a position. Mr
McRae is waiting for the arrival of
his brother Fred fro-n Boston In order
to assume charge of their Interests
here. Both Mr. and Mrs. Mcf'rea have
made many friends during their resl
dence here who will sincerely regret
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Mr. and Mrs. R. R Young were
here last week looking over the val
ley. We are now occupying our new
warehouse west of the Union and are
illing orders there. Stranhan &
Miss Violet Mapes and Miss Martha
Ferguson left Monday to spend a
month visiting relatives at Vancouver
Claude Thompson is engaged in
some landscape gardening for Mr. and
Mrs. Parker at Little Boy Ranch,
Mrs. Max Byrd of Pine Grove Is
recovering nicely at the hospital from
an operation for appendicitis perform
ed last Wednesday.
Miss Ruth Cooper and Miss Rachel
Brooks of Underwood were the guests
last week of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Ep
ping and .other friends here.
A. L. Crocker went to Porilan 1 Mon
day to secure strawberry pickers for
the Apple Growers' Association. The
crop is ripening rapidly and more
pickers will be badly needed.
J. W. Crites will be employed dur
ing the summer at the Mt. Hood Mill-
ing Company's plant. Mrs. Crites ex
pe.cts to go to Portland for a visit Sat
urday, after which she will join her
husband in camping out at the mill.
Mrs. Iola Railey and Harry Mc
Donna, both residents of this city.
.vere united In marriage, Sunday af
'ernoon at Mosier. Mrs. Bailey has
a homestead at that place upon which
they will probably make their home.
Robert Carter, W. L. Hodges.Jr., W.
R. liumham and J. K. Frank left Mon
day by automobile on a fishing trip
which will take them as far as Walla
Walla. They will be gone about two
Articles of incorporation have been
filed by the First, Mutualist Associa
tion of Hood River, the incorporators
being W. I!. North, R. E. Johnson, J.W.
Dickinson, J. C. Johnson and Tim
Ili-aty. The object of the organization
is to establish a cash store upon a co
Rev. J. (i. Tate returned the last
of the week from Hastings. Neb
where he attended the grand conven
tion of the Ancient Order of United
Workman, of which organization he
was formerly an officer. Mr. Tate was
but 20 mileH from Seward, Neb., when
that town was struck by a recent dis
astrous cyclone. He expressed him
self as glad to get back to the North
west and out of the cyclone belt.
Miss Edna Watkins and Millard
Scott Davis, two prominent young
people of Portland .were married here
Wednesday at the manse of the Con
gregational church by Rev. E. A. Har
ris. Mrs. Packard of Underwood ac
companied them. The bride belongs
to one of Portland's pioneer families
and carried a lace handkerchief which
her aunt, widow of the late Governor
Gibbs, had carried at. her wedding
half a century ago.
Almont Ferguson of Odell, son of
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Ferguson, left Mon
day for a thrce-monthd trip through
Europe. He accompanies Rev. Char
les E. Phipps, state secretary of the
Sunday School Association. They will
stop at several of the principal cities
on their way to Boston, embarking on
the Conoplc June 12. Their first stop
will be at Glbralter, after which they
will visit Rome and Pompeii, travel
through the Italian lakes to Switzer
land, thence going to Germany, Hol
land, Belgium, France and England.
They will sail from Liverpool to Bos
ton. Their return trip across the con
tinent will Include Philadelphia and
Washington, thence back by way of
the Canadian Pacific.
At MATERIEL COST
Thousands of Garments for
the whole family. Don't Neglect Comfort.
Special Sale on
A daughter was horn yesterday to
Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Morse
Can deliver coal or wood promptly.
Taft Transfer Company. 7tfc
Arthur McCreery returned Saturday
after spending several days at Seattle.
Frank Gray is recovering from a
minor operation to which he submit
Mr. and Mrs. C. I. Moody of the
Upper Valley spent a few days last
week in Portland.
B. E. Duncan and family expect to
'cave in a few days to spend several
weeks on their property at Camas
Robert Goode and James Simmons
of White Salmon and H. M .Greiner of
Underwood were here Sunday engaged
in some Bets of tennis on the local
Mrs. J. E .Hall lias gone to Port
land to take charge of the household
of her parents, Judge and Mrs. Earl
C. Bronaugh, who are on a trip to
The Misses Theodosia and Virginia
Pickrell have returned to Portland af
ter visiting relatives here, while their
mother, Mrs. F. R. Bone, and sister.
Miss Mildred, remain for a longer vis
it with Messrs. C. R. and Noah Bone.
White Salmon strawberry growers
last week organized a company to
take over the Ilolcomb sun-preserved
berry business. About "00 crates of
berries have been contracted for by
the company and a large part of the
output of the factory has already been
There was a large delegation down
from Parkdale Saturday to attend the
massmeeting of fruit growers. They
Included the following: G. M. Upte
grove, Ward I Cornell, John Golds
bury, A. B .Coulter, WV II. Tobey, M.
O. Hoc, Rea l'.abson ,D. W. Perkins
and G DuVal, Jr.
Editor E. II. Shepard of "Better
Fruit' left yesterday for Corvallis to
attend the summer session of th
State Horticultural Society. Sessions
will be held there today and tomorrow,
after which they will go to Eugene
for the remaining two days of the ses
sion. Mr. Shepard ig to make an ad
dress on the suljject "Common Sense
Applied to I lie Kruit Industry." He
is planning to iiivite the Association
to hold lis summer session next year
In Hood River, tiilg city never having
had that privilege. Mr. Shepard Is
optimistic abou! general conditions as
they have been evolved in the fruit
industry of (!,. Northwest this yeai
and especially about conditions it.
Mood River, lie anticipate a good
'rop and believe that the marketing
end has been established upon a splen
did basis for g' t ing the best possible
TO BE TAUGHT HERE
The Board ol
that manual ti
here next yea
Monday they I
of As'oria to t,
part merit. Mr.
successful in ti
Board of Ediu-n
Education has decided
ulng shall be taught
At their meeting
ted Professor Fertig
ke charge of this de
t'ertlg has been very
line of work. The
ion has taken this ac-
turn in cotnpl
itice with the large de-
ma ml made by matrons of the school
tha. this bram!i be taught. During
the first year 'he course will be con
fined to wood work and will he abso
lutely practical in nature.
The board took thlH action the more
willingly cm account of the marked
success which Ihm attended the course
In domew c !,... nfTe-red at the High
ScllfMll tl e .. . ,,,,, ( ; u rg.
Miss , i -, ' , ,,.,.( t was 'dected at
the nie i -i . , in; u, ,. primary
teacher .'.'. ... iing year.
LIBRARY FUND IS .
A report made by the Woman's Club
of collections made for the additional
ground to bt purchased for the Car
negie Library site shows that the d
sired amount $2,000 has been secur
ed w ith $58.50 to spare. The club has
worked hard in behalf of the fund and
it is a pleasure to report their success
in this public-spirited enterprise. The
Dr. Elliot $loo.00
Japanese of Hood River 4:.25
i Hood River Heights 14:1.00
I Business Firms and downtown
uueu anu vicinity K7.50
East Side 2!.5o
State Road Fund 16.50
Amicus Club, East Side 5. no
Mt. Hood Dramatic Club 25.00
Barrett District 22.00
Tuesday Evening Club lu.oo
Property holders living outside
of city 20.00
Pledged for July or August.... loo. lu
Given by daughters of E. ('.
If it is necessary to close the deal
uefore tlie few outstanding pledges
are paid the money will be advanced.
As at bast $loo will be needed to
put the grounds in order after the
tiuilding is completed it is hoped that
$50 will yet be added to this fund.
Decoration Day was fittingly ob
served on Friday. In the morning the
soldiers' graves were decorated under
the direction of the W. R. ('. and G.
A. R. Exercises were held at the cem
etery at 11 o'clock, with the school
children taking part. At the court
house grounds in the afternoon pat
riotic exercises were held. Rev. W. B.
Young pronounced the lnvoction and
J. A. Epplng sang "The Star Spangled
Banner." Professor Gibson read Lin
coln's Gettysburg address, which was
followed by a patriotic selection given
by the quartet. Rev. J, G, Tate de
livered a stirring patriotic address.
The exercises closed with the sing
ing of "America" in which all joined.
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