The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933, May 20, 1920, Image 11

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BRIEF LOCAL MENTION 1
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II. L. Husbrourk, Optometript.
at Dakln Electric
Hlectrloftl re pairing
Works.
Forbes iloeR pnintiny,
calcimiiiinir. Tel. I.
I)r. Morpby, dentist, I
Telephone 2s;j3.
wh are now
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sign work nnd
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rosins Buildinir.
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prepnrcii to Paw
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LOCKLEY Wil l. MAKE GOOD
Paid Adv.
I'huI Reed is now tin assistant at the
Hood River Creamery.
K. J. Middleswart spent the first of
the week at his ranch at Master.
R. W. Kellv was a business visitor in
Portland Monday.
James Fenemore spent the first of
the week with relatives in Portland.
Mrs. Jeaaie II. Bithop has the agencv
for the Na fioae corset, Tel. 3811. tf
express ana liauo Hauled. Tel.
B K. Goodrich, No. 8061, I15M
C B. Jensen, of Mt. Hood, was a
business visitor in the city Monday.
Mrs. Geo. W. Stokoe and children
left Saturday for their home at Rend.
W. 8. Chapman, of Portland
the city Sunday.
Mrs. L. L. Murphy was a
Portland Saturday.
Father Thomas was a visitor in The
Dalles Tuesday.
Mrs. G. H. Swain was here from
Mosier Monday afternoon shopping.
For electrical troubles and ttorags
batteries, see Dakln, 111-15 3d St. mstt
LOCKLEY WILL MAKE GOOD
Paid Adv.
Baby Grand Chevrolet For Sale. Ifllfl
Model, driven only l!M)() miles, line con
dition. Price 1976. Bennett Bros. m25tf
Eyes scientifically examined by H7T.
Hatbrouck, Optometrist, Heilbronner
BWg. fH-tf
Highest cash price paid for jour used
furniture, stoves and rags. Call McClain
at B. A. Prans Co. sL'Otf
There will he a dance at Odell Granee
hall Friday night, May 21. Good music
and good time assured all.
If you have an automobile that needs
repairing see C. C. Emery at the Cas
cade Garage, Tel. .'f.r2i. apr22tf
Anyone wishing to hire truck for fpu
eral hauling call E. A Sparks, Tele
phone 88i, . :j
Vote for Fred Lock ley for secretary
of state. He is short on promises but
long on performance. - Paid adv.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Doelman, of Port
land, spent Sunday here with Mr. and
Mrs. L. B. Kruse and C. A. Schuknert.
Mrs. Theodore Haas has been called
to Klamath Falls to be with her daugh
ter. Mrs. Pert gl, who is ill.
C. B. Compton and H. W. Whitley,
of Dee Flat, motored to Hood River
last week for a visit.
Bd Dresser was in Portland last
week to visit re.lat.ives and attend to
matters of business
Mrs. O. P. Nye and daughter, were
in Grandview. Wash., last week visit
ing relatives.
After a visit in Portland. Miss Anna
Fairfowl returned to her home on Dee
Flat last week.
M. M. Hill returned Monday from a
visit in Portland with his daughter,
Miss Ruth.
Mips Ann Vannet was up from Port
land to spend the week end with her
mother, Mrs. Mary Vannet.
Miss Edith Pecker, of Astoria, was
here over the week end the guest of
Mrs. A. D. Moe and family.
There will be a dance at Odell grange
hall Friday night, May 21. Good music
and good time assured all.
Vote for Fred Lock ley for secretary
of state. He is .short on promises but
long on performance.- Paid adv.
A man capable bookkeeper and sten
ographer, want" position in Hood River.
Reply s. care Glacier. mIS-tf
Anyone wishing to hire truck for
general hauling, call F. W. Chindlund,
Tel. 8811, Hotel Oregon. l5tf
G. L Davenport will handle ship
ments of apples and produce. 1-17
Front street, Portland, Ore. inlstf
Ten months' guarantee 00 storage
battery repairs. Dakln Electric Works,
Third and Oak Bts. tf
For guaranteed storage battery and
other efectrical repairs, go to lakin
Electrical Works, 111418 Third St. tf
Norman W. Mays was in Portland
Tuesday evening to attend a meeting !
of the Protherhood of Railway Clerks.
W. W. Clark, of the Upper Valley,
was a business visitor in the city the
Mrs hred Rand, who underwent an
operation at Cottuga hospital last
week, is convalescing.
Chas. Foster is still walking with a
fane as the result of n ini,,,., hi-
toot, hurt last week when a mortar box 1 buying fruit here
fell on it. I Co.. nf The PhMps
A. G. Morrison, of Redding, Calif,
arrived the first of the week for an ex
tended v isit with his friend. J. II. By-1
water. Mr. Morrison was connected
with Mr. Bywater two years ago in
for the Dri-rresh
24.
We can mid
Work guaranteed.
Elliott-Overland Co
rage, tel. 8624,
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irrigation advice,
first of the week.
"Apply engineering efficiency to
State control Of public utilities." Vote
for Rhea Luper, Republicn nomination
for Public Service Commissioner. - Ad.
S. A. Gould moved with his family
Mel J holey has tiled with the State
Water Board for use of water from un
known springs for irrigation of 20
acres in the Belmont district.
After a visit here with Mrs. Whit
7 HI"' you,,K 'laughter, Mariorie
Ann. VYrn Whitconib returned to Se
attle Monday.
K. I). Peterson, former East Side
resident has moved to the city with
i! V He ,,eKan Work Monday
...... ...iu nana naruware store.
W. G. Weber returned last Fridav
night from Portland. He is convalesc
ing from a recent operation for the
removal of his tonsils.
We are expert automobile electricians.
A trial will convince yon. Elliott-Over-land
Co. The Cascade flinM l,..
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alSti
or braze anything.
Give us a trial.
The Cascade (Ja-
alotf
survovs anil engin
eering ol any project, confer with Elbert
E. Newell, office at Mt. Hood Hotel.
H pays to do thingi right. m4tf
Mrs. Paul Blowers left Sunday for
Kim Creek. Nebr., where she will visit
her parents and participate in a family
reunion.
"Put a qualified engineer on the
Commission." Vote for Rhea Lunar.
Republican nomination for Public Ser
vice Conu'ssioner. I'aid adv.
Jack Cram has left for Prineville.
where he will spend the summer on
the large ranch of his uncle, James
i ram.
Miss Dorothy Cram has left for Eu
gene to participate in junior week fes
tivities and., to visit her sitter, Miss
Lenore.
Wanted By woman with three
daughters, (dace in berry fields at
Hood River. Address Mrs. S. A. Bar
en, The Dalles, r. f. d. 4, box 48-b.
After a visit here with her sister,
Mrs. C. (i. Cornelius. Mrs. Mattel
Boardman returned to Portland Satur
day. Vote for Fred Lockley for secretary
of state. He is thoroughly familiar
with Oregon's resources and its needs.
He stands for economy, efficiency and
a square deal.- Paid adv.
1W17 Hodge Brothers touring car new
Willard battery, good tires and equip
ped with Alemite oiling system. Driv
en only 11,000 miles. Price right. Ben
nett Brothers, Phone 1501, in20-tf
Mrs. Jennie C. Bentlev and Mrs. F.
H. Button were In Portland the latter
part of last week on official business of
the Oregon Department of the Woman's
Relief Corn.
W. T. Price has completed the con
struction of an artistic retaining wall
at the foot of Second street. The O.
W. R. & N. Co. will soon construct a
new concrete stairway leading up from
the passenger station.
A. L. McCauley, who has been en
gaged as a teacher in The Dalles high
school, has announced that he will
leave school work and devote his entire
time hereafter to his Odell orchard
place.
Vote for Fred Lockley for secretary
of state. He is thoroughly familiar
with Oregon's resources and its needs.
He stands for economy, efficiency and
a square deal. I'aid adv.
Mrs. Susie Jim, who resides just
east of the city, has placed a beautiful
woven basket on sale at Perigo &
Son's. The basket, in beautiful natural
colors, is priced at $20. Mrs. Jim says
she spent the entire winter making it.
For Sale First class power spray out
tit consisting of Mitchell engine, Myers
pump ami 1-0 gal. tank mounted on
steel truck, complete with nocsles and
gun, for I200.no delivered to Hood River
depot. J. D, Bergen, llillsboro, Ore.
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"The spring is very backward here
and it is too early to tell what the
fruit crop will be. but it looks very
good so far," writes G. II. Carrier
from Oberlin, Ohio. "People are still
wearing heavy winter clothing in old
Ohio."
Dr. F. C. Brosius, accompanied by
Mrs. Brosius and two daughters. Miss
es Florence and Charlotte, left yester
day by automobile for Spokane, where
they will attend the wedding Saturday
of their son, Este Brosius and Miss
Marion Brown.
10 per cent discount will be given on
hats and blouses for one week only,
beginning Saturday, May 22. A ship
ment of the newest creations for pum-
er wear just received. I ome early and
uet the biggest bargains. We give S.
& H. Trading Stamps. Monner's. 27
The Woman's club will eive an Ore
gon Products dinner at Odd F'ellows
hall next F'riday evening. Hood River
asparagus, apples and strawberries will
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Mudgett and Mr.
and Mrs. Ben Snyder, all of Tacoma.
arrived Tuesday for a two day visit
with Mr. and Mrs. A. f. Moe and
M. M. Hill, en route on a leisurely
motor trip to Spokane. The return
will be made over the Sunset Highway
by way of Snoqualmie Pass.
J. R. Field, orchardist of lOmmett,
Ida., who has been here visiting his
friend, J. W. Lill, and investigating
methods of spraying as used by local
growers, reports that fruit prospects,
except for peaches, are fine in his dis
trict. Mr. Field predicts as heavy
yield of apples as was produced last
year.
B. F. Beck, who has been physical
director of the high school, has ac
cepted the position of Smith-Hughes
teacher at the Redmond high school
for the coming year. R. V. Wright
recently visited the Redmond school
and on his recommendation the school
board there inaugurated the work.
Arnold Gibson, business man of The
Dalles, was here Tuesday to identify
an automobile found cached in woods
west of the city. The car was stolen
Sunday night. Mr. Gibson and offic
ers believe the machine was driven
here by Hood River boys, and working
on this clue they expect to apprehend
the guilty parties.
Rollin P. Grant, vice chairman of
the board of the Irving National Bank,
New York city, and Joseph L. Boudin,
of Seattle, northwestern representative
of the bank, arrived here yesterday
from Portland on a motor tour of east
ern Oregon and Washington fruit and
grain districts. While here they were
taken for a tour of the valley by E. 0.
Blanchar, The men left here by mo
tor for The Dalles. They will visit
Pendleton, Yakima and Wenatchee.
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Oxley. of Mo
berly, Mo., arrived last week for a
visit with their foster son, J. R. Ed
gar, whom they have not seen since
the Spanish-American war. Mr. Ed
gar, who went to the 1'hilippines with
a Missouri regiment, remained in the
Islands and for a number of years was
a merchant in Manila. He came to
Hood River in 1916 with Mrs. Edgar
and two little daughters. Mr. and
Mrs. Oxley 'recently decided that they
could not postpone a visit to Hood
River any longer on receipt of news
that a son, John R. Edgar, Jr., had
been born to Mr. 'and Mrs. Bdgar.
Joe Erwin. Upper Valley homestead
er, who is recovering from a bullet
wound in the shoulder sustained in
February when he was the victim of a
vicious boy who fired through a car in
the Deep Creek section of Clackamas
county, returned home Monday. Mr.
Erwin keens the bullet extracted from
his shoulder as a souvenir. He was re
turning from work for a logging train
when wounded.
J. R. Nunamaker. who has just re
turned from southern California, where
he spent the winter, reports that crop
prospects Of the south are flattering.
While rains were late, precipitation
was plentiful and orchards are now in
the pink of condition, "i am pleased
with local fruit prospects, too." he
says. "Apparently the fruit has not
been injured by the heavy freeze of
December. It is now indicated that I
will have more cherries than I harvest
ed last year. "
Fred Jetter. who resided here 42
years ago. has, he says, not forgotten
the healthful nuaJities of the mid-Columbia
climate and he has planned to
return here to make his home, hoping
Mrs. Jetter will been benefited. Mr.
Jetter, since he moved from here, has
been a resident of a number of Wash
ington points. He and Mrs. Jetter now
reside at Chewelah. Mrs. Jetter ar
rived her last week for a visit with Mr.
Jetter's niece. Mrs. C. Dethman, and
family.
("limbing on a counter stool at a de
partment store last week to see a baby
that had been laid on a counter. Bar
bara, the small daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Max L. Moore, fell and cut a deep
gash in her throat just under the chin.
How the gash was sustained cannot be
accounted for. The mother hurried the
youngster to a physician's office, where
she was placed under the influence of
an anesthetic and several stitches tak
en. The doctor found the little girl
offering from adenoids and these were
removed while she was under the anesthetic.
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Clearance Sale
On High Grade
La Vogue Coats and Suits
The Spring Stock Must Go
$50.00 COATS $39.85
40.00
35.00
30.00
27.90
it
29.85
27.90
22.40
19.85
$75.00 SUITS $59.85
65.00
50.00
45.00
37.50
it
it
it
it
48.95
39.85
33.90
28.75
FRANK A. CRAM
New Florsheim Oxfords, $4.00 Under Price
OUR FINISHING DEPARTMENT
Wli have i complete, modern and thor
oughly equipped department for develop
ing, printing and enlarging. No expense
has been spared to make this department
up-to-date and with the skilled workmen,
we are able to guarantee the best results
that can be obtained.
Send your films lo us and experience
the satisfaction of receiving the best neg
atives, prints or enlargements 1 1 wit it is
possible to obtain.
J Films In by 4 p. m. out next day at 4 p. m.
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SLOCOM-CANFIELD CO.
HOOD RIVER, OREGON
There is only one place in Hood River where
you can get strictly fresh candy.
For only one place in Hood River is there a
factory capable of turning out candy in sufficient
quantities to supply the retail demand for such a
product, and that is at
Hicks'
Our candy factory was given the rating of
"clean" by the State inspector of health and sani
tation during his recent stop in Hood River.
Remember Fresh Candy Purest of Candy
Cleanest of Candy is obtainable only at Hicks'.
And at considerably cheaper prices than
charged in Portland for exactly the same quality
product.
'M-m, Boy; Let's go.
FOR SALE
A fine residence location on State Street,
having 7 room houe with modem improve
ments, but needing repair in ninny instances.
Will sell for $Ki(K), allow party to pay $800
i ash, retain $1000 to make necessary improve
ments and take mor gajje for f 1000 back.
This property has the making of a very
line piece of property. The location is the
best, the lot lies nicely, the bouse is not bad
looking, in fact much better than most old
ones, entrance is easy for all purposes.
R. E. SCOTT
AGENT
Sherrard Reports Road Good
Tuesday from the Pythian building to figure on the mend, which will consist
the Peter Mohr residence on the i exclusively of Oregon cereals, meats
Heights. and vegetables.
T. H. Sherrard, en route Tuesday to
Portland after an inspection of the Ixist
Lake Highway, on which forestry
crews are now engaged, reported that
the portion of the road constructed last
year by the county and forestry service
is now in fair condition. Mr. Sherrard.
however, stated that winter freshets
washed bad holes in the grade at cer
tain points. Forestry crews have re
paired these.
Road Camp Closed Soon
The Kern Construction (x)., although
it was expected that camu would be
broken the latter part of last week,
will not remove all of its equipment
from the Hood Hi ver-Mosier section of
the Highway until the first of next
week, itis stated, as a result of de
lays. Crews and equipment will lie
removed to eastern Oregon road com
munities, where the company has contracts.
Railston-Starnes
When Ieon Hen Hailston, Portland
young man aged 20, appiled for a li
cense to wed Miss Grace Starnes, aged
IK, he had to present an affidavit of his
mother's fiermission. With the permit,
the young couple hastened to the office
of Justice of the Peace Onthank Satur
day and he tied the knot. The young
iteople left for Portland to make their
home.
We give S. & H. Green Trading Stamps, the real practical Thrift Stamp, a real saving. Double Stamps Every Wed.
Pair of Extra Trousers Free
With Every Suit Ordered Here, For A Limited Time Only
In order to introduce the famous
w$hayne-Brun Hand Tailoring System for Men
400 samples to choose from. We guarantee you a Perfect Fit. All Wool made to measure Suits,
Priced $42.50 up to $97.50. Suits of Coolkenny Crashes and Palm Beach, $30.00 to $35.00,
and a Pair of Extra Trousers Free with Each Suit, regardless of price
Men This Is An Offer You Cannot Afford To Pass Up.
An Extra Pair of Trousers really Doubles the Life of a Suit, and adds a great deal to one's appearance,
by having aair in reserve all pressed and creased ready for a change when you need it.
Lumber-Lumber-Lumber
YOUR ATTENTION
IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF
BUILDING MATERIAL
SEE US.
We are in a position to supply your wants
in the
Building Line
Dimensions Rough or Dressed
FLUME LUMBER A SPECIALTY
Any size furnished on short notice.
We can deliver to any parts of the Valley Upper and
bower Valley, East Side and West Side.
We solicit a share of your patronage. Let us figure
with you on any thin"; you need in our line.
Mt. Hood Mill very accessible on main road near Mt.
Hood Store.
Mills: Mt. Hood and Post Canyon
FIR MILL & CONSTRUCTION CO.
210 First St., First Door North of Post Office
Phone MS2
In a $45.00 Suit, the price of the Trousers is $13.25
In a $65.00 Suit, the price of the Trousers is $19.50
The Extra Pair Free Cuts
The Price That Much
Get Your Order In Now While The Assortment Is Complete
English Oxfords and Shoes
For Men and Young Men
MOLDEN-HUELAT-SATHER CO.
'The House of Personal Service
Panama and Straw Hats
For Men and Young Men
Hot and Cold
Lunches
Salads
Sandwiches
Ice Cream
Candies
Hot Drinks
Soda Fountain
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PHEASANT
SECOND NI) OAK STREETS
Now is tin ia ,to arranek your
flower bed? ani h-t Tour porch smies.
We have thousand of plants ready
oow beliotMf", petunias, rolius,
perai iums, aM r. lantanas, dusty
wilier, lobelia, and other different
kini of plant.
We have a ureat lot of vegetable
plants toinat'ieft. plants, ep
pers and cauliflower, 2Sc per doaen.
Cablajre plants, Itrussel sprouts and
celery plants. A few n-ses and per
ennial stocks on band.
THE HEIGHTS GREENHOUSE
Oo Haslingrr. Tel. 333
Clean-Up Time
and we have all the little
thins to help you.
Brooms, Dutch Cleanser, Chloride of
Lime, Lye, Sea Foam, Sani-Flush,
O'Cedar Oil and Mops, Ammonia,
Lux, Bon Ami, White Wonder Soap,
Silver Polish, Borax, Rinso, Stove
Polish, Sal Soda. Soap Chips,
Washboards, then use
Schilling's Best
Baking Powder. Soda
and Spices
FOR BEST BAKING RESULTS
AT
The Star Grocery
"Good Things to Et"
PERIGO & SON
Glacier office makes rubber stamps, -
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