The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933, December 08, 1910, Image 8

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All Cakes,
Biscuits, Hot Breads
More Tasty, Economical,
Absolutely Healthful
Mr. and Mrs. 0. L. Walter went to
Portland Tuesday of last week and
were visitors in that city until Satur
day. Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Young arrived
home one day last week from several
days' business stay in Portland.
Wallace Young and L. A. E. Clark
went to The Dalles early last week
taking a number of horses to leave
with a gentleman several miles out
from The Dalle for wintering.
Mrs. Cushman is seriously ill. She
suffered from erysipelas and later
blood poison threatened. We hope she
may improve and eventually regain
Mr. and Mrs. Fred McNeill left
Thursday. They expected to spend a
few days in Portland before going to
their home at Sheridan, Ore.
Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Stephenson are
now at home in the cottage of the
Homoiei. uo., at Udell.
J. H. Eggert went to Portland Wed
nesday of last week, returning home
Sunday. While away Mr. Eggert vis
ited friends at Salem, as well as those
in Portland. He also attended the Ap
ple Show.
C. P. Odell is very seriously ill at
the hospital in Hood River where he
has been for several weeks.
Hope Shelley left Hood River the
night of Tuesday, November 29, for
Ann Arbor, Mich, where she will enter
Ann Arbor Medical College. Miss
Shelly has a large number of friends
here who wish her all success in her
chosen profession and they have reason
to expect that she will attain high rank
as she has done wherever placed here
tofore. A school meeting has been called for
Saturday, December 17, for the pur
pose of levying a tax on all property
real and personal within District No.
C f 4- I I lit - .1
i, iui me nuppuii. biiu uenent 01 me
school within said district. The meet
ing will be held in the school house at
2 p. m. The valuation of sehool dis
trict No. 5, according to county
records, is above $1,500,000.
Fred Bradley went to Portland last
week. We understand he intends
going to California.
Mrs. L. Silliman was seriously in
jured in a runaway accident recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Jochimsen, of
Estacada, Ore., have been here visit
ing Mr. Jockhimsen's parents and
other relatives.
W. P. Kemp left Friday for Rupert,
Ida., for a visit with relatives.
Mayme Howard is a Portland visitor
this week.
O. H. Ehrck attended the Apple
Show in Portland last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy F. Smith and
daughter, Josephine, and son, Francis,
returned Sunday from Portland, where
they attended the Apple Show and
visited relatives. Mr. Smith repre
sented Lawrence & Smith, who had
thirteen entries and carried off nine
prizes at Portland last week. Con
gratulations for Lawrence & Smith
and for Odell. The prizes included
cash amounts varying from five to
twenty-five dollars, a barrel of spray,
nursery stock amounting to twenty-five
uuuars ana two meaals. j
How pleased we will be when some i
of the roads about Odell surrender to
the permanent road movement and we
have reason to believe not many more
winters will pass until this is true.
The matter of a few dollars more
tax is as naught compared to the gain
financially that would result from im
proved roads. There is aside from the
money value, the increased personal
comfort and satisfaction, resulting
from such transformation that should
be worthy of of consideration.
An earnest sermon by Rev. Troy
Shelley last Sunday morning. An in
teresting C. E. meeting last Sunday
evening with Marie Loekman, leader.
Next Sunday evening the C E.
meeting will be in charge of Miss
Delia Rush. Following the C. E.
meeting Rev. Crenshaw will conduct
R. H. Waugh lost a black rain coat
recently and would greatly appreciate
its return to him.
The attention of those interested is
called to the fact that the East Fork
Irrigating Co. will hold a meeting in
Hood River next Saturday.
H. A. Cunning, A. 0. Anderson and
G. A. McCurtly spent three days last
week in Portland, and took in the Ad-
: pie Show.
j Herman Pregge, John Couchman and
John Hatcheller returned last Thurs
day from a wild geese hunting trip
near Arlington. They brought home
eighteen ot the wild towls.
I James Lnmmon and J. N. McKennell
I spent last week in Portland.
I F. S. DeWitt left Tuesday of last
week for the East to spend the winter.
He will visit in St. Louis and points in
Ohio before returning here in the
John Hakel attended the apple show
in Portland last week, where he carried
off first prize for Wagners.
Jasper Wickham and family moved
last week to Hood River for the win
ter. His son, James, however, will
remain on the ranch.
With The
of electricity from simple dry
lis you can operate a aerie"
of call lx'lls or phones, at a
very small com for installation
and verv little running ex
pense. There are hundreds of
things equally as handy and
Batteries, Bells, Electric
and many other things electrical are here for you. If tonight here they'll
ciift you very little.
First National Bank
Hood River, Oregon
Capital and Surplus $121,000.00
I Thompson Bros. & Co have a force
of men with a donkey engine clearing
the old Williams land on Rock ford
The road leading from the Rockford
store to the Shoemaker place is
now in a frightful condition, which
might have been averted had some one
been put on the road and turned the
water off the center sooner. It would
be well for our County Commisioners
to visit the said road and see the con
dition that Jt is in, almost impassable
with a load.
The two children of L. E. Dart,
Josie Jand Annie, have been pretty
sick, but they are now somewhat improved-
and trust will soon be back on
their way to school. SS
Ed Watts has been in the district
again plastering a house for H. D.
Steel on Methodist Lane.
The Christian Endeavor of the Val
ley Christian church met at the home
of Mrs. J. J. Gibbons on Friday night
and had a nice sociable time.
Henry Wellhart is a busy man with
his team every day hauling firewood
and other material.
ean Shaw
Phone 3
Res. Phone 272H
You are cordially invited to call
and inspect our new home and our
facilities for handling your banking
business with promptness and
safety to your interests. . . .
Interest on Time and Savings
I Ebb
Land For Sale
1 have about 1,000 acres of No. 1 Apple Land,
-5 most of it under diteh at prices ranging from $00
per acre up. In tracts from ten acres up.
Hood River - - - Oregon
Carries All Kinds of Feed. You save the long haul
up the hill when you buy at the Handy Corner.
Phone 282L
To the Discriminating Honsewife:
We have lately installed wmio new machinery und
will now make the WHITEST, I.IJ IIKST IlKKAD of any (lour on the
Hood River Market if handled rightly, and (Iodh not require an ctiff work
iiiK ftfl othtTH. Next time auk your grocer for CU I'll) and if ho will not
furnish it, trade with someone who will. JT IS MADK IN 1IOOH HIVl'.K.
Hood River Milling Co.
Fast Train Service
Spokane, Portland & Seattle Railway
Spokane, Montana Points, St. Paul, Chicago,
Denver, Kansas City, Omaha, St. Louis and
East Portland and California
From White Salmon or Underwood
Yon. cnn deposit money with me and liaw t u ki t furn
ished your friends for pus-iige lroin nil lvi i-sit joiiil8.
l'llrrhane tickets and request 1 1 1 t a i 1 h from
K. A. (ilHEKT, While Salmon, Wash , Aifiit
V. K. COM AN, (u-iH'ra! Freight and l'a"viin r it
ry Goods, Shoes, Groceries, Hardware, Flour and Fee
Secure your Red Cross Stamps
Here. I he proceeds go to the
cause of fighting tuberculosis
in Oregon, lceach.
Silk Sale
Desirable Silks for Waists in
Fancy Checks, Plaids and Plain
Regular $1.25 Taffetas,Special
85c yard.
Regular $1.00 Taffetas, Special
70c yard.
Regula 90c Taffetas, Special
60c yard.
Regular 75c Rajah, Special
50c yard.
Regular 60c Rajah, Special
40c yard.
Regular 35c Kobe, Special
25c yard.
Special Sale Worsted
Dress Goods.
All Worsted Dress
Goods in colors.
Value to 75c. For this
sale only 33c.
Special Sale
Cotton Blankets
Reg. 1.00, Special 80c
Regular $1.25, Special $1.00
Regular $1.50, Special $1.10
Regular $2.25, Special $1.75
Announces the Arrival of
Santa Claus in all his Glory
In this, our first showing of Christmas Goods, you
will be able to find what you want without the incon
venience of the cold and muddy trips to town. AH
kinds of toys and dolls for the little folks and many
useful and appropriate gifts for the older folks.
Electric Lighted Store.
After much delay and expense, we have in conjunc
tion with others, succeeded in bringing the electric
light line into our district, and we now have our store
lighted with the beautiful and convenient light. It has
to be to) be seen appreciated.
Only 18 days in which
to buy your X-Mas
Presents. : : : : :
Candies, Nuts, Fruits, Cider,
Mince Meat, Cranberries,
Sweet Potatoes, Lemons,
Orange. Everything for the
X-Mas dinner.
An acceptable gift for the
Fancy Dishes
Table Linen
Zenith Sewing Machcine
Avery useful and appropriate
gift. A high grade machine
and warranted for ten years.
$31.50 cash; $35 easy terms
Sweaters, Mufflers, Reefers, Leggings, Spats, Toques, Tarn O'Shanters, Bear
skin Bonnets, Knitted Caps, Drawer Leggings, Sacques, Bootees for the Babies