The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933, June 24, 1920, Image 9

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HOOD K1VEB GLACIER, THURSDAY, JtTNE 2 I 1020
H I I M I I I1 M-I-t-H-M-i-H-H"Ht
BRIEF LOCAL MENTION J
. 4.
I
II. L. Ilaabroiick, Oiitonn-t risl .
Mr.-.. J. B. Hunt returned ywtenfa
from a visit in Portland.
We are now prepared to Ht vmr
wood. Bntberlina Shay, Tel. 3372. jiatf
Mrs. K. J. Middleswart li ft yester
day for a visit with relatives in Mosier.
Lee Spaulding, U. of W. stulent, is
here for a visit with friends. .
Kleetrlcal repairing at Dak in Electric
Works. ,,,mi
Forbea doe, painting, ilgn work and
ealeiminina. Tel. 801 1. nr.ut
Mrs. Mary V. OJsen, of Underwood
was here Monday Shopping,
Dr. IV! 1 1 r 1 1 1 1 . dentist, Brosini Building,
Telephone 283J, d4li
J. W. Copper left for The Dalles
Tuesday to engage in stone workjthere.
Mrs. Jessie M. Bishop has the agency
for tiie No -Bona ooraet. Tel. :;iii. tf "
T. R. Coon left Tuesday for a visit
in Portland.
For Salt l'.ll') Kord -truck, like new,
at bargain, Bennett Brothers, j.'i-tt
For electrical troubles and itorage
batteries, see Dak in, 111-15 3d St. niStf
Mrs. W. K. King was a visitor in
Portland the latter part of last week.
Express and BaggaM Hauled. Tel,
K E, Goodrich, No. 3661. jiftf
Born To Mr. and Mrs. .las. I). Wir
rick, of Dee, at the Storksnest, Thurs
day, June 17. a nine pound daughter.
Eye scientifically examined by H, l..
Ffasprouck, Optometrist, Heilbronner
Bldg. 18-U
Hoid River county's quota of Uni
versity of Oregon students is home for
the summer vacation.
When in town for the evening, store
your car at the Highway Auto Co, Gar
age. j ii 1 71 f
EL H. Dreske & Son will open a
jewelry store on Twelfth street in the
Chapman building next week. The
new place will be called the Heights
Jewelry Store.
W.
S. Currn of V!u,,in mil
"way eve, ,ii,K fr lh(. K of p
dedication.
Dr. N
mid
r lec
29 Hail-Kiver.
bat am
the C
Plvler. ( hironno li
Me treatmants, Rooms i':t
bronner bldg., tele. 1833. lb
I have taken the agency for the Bpir
Mn orset. Call at Huelow Tailor Shop.
Wra. Karl Bneloa . Hood Kiver, Or. tf
E. B, London was here over the
weoK end looking after Upper Valley
ranch interests. I
n you nave mi antoinol
repairing see c. c. Bmer
ewe unrsge, lei. B024, ,api22tf
Harold Jarrett. f,,rm,.rl ,,ih th.
Mount Bopd R. K. Co., is now with
the Tan Transfer Co.
A man capable bookkeeper and ste:i
ographer, want- position in Hood River.
Replj s. care Glacier, ml.'f-tf
Mrs. Jessie M. Bishop has been
spending a vacation in Portland with
relatives.
I'W Bale A fine 10 acre orchard place
in Barrett district, seven acres iii trees
nd thereat in bay land. Tel, 5768. jn24tf
The Woman's Union will meet in
Riverside church parlors at 2.30 Friday
afternoon.
When in town for the evening, store
your car at the Highway Auto Co. Gar-
iiilTtf
Misses Dorothy and Marjorie Wissin
ger, of Milwaukie. have been here vis
iting their aunt, Mrs. C. A. Hell.
anyone wishing to hire truck for
general hauling, call F. ft. Chlndlund,
Tel. 8811, Hotel Oregon. jlotf
Mrs. Chas. ToezeJhas been here from
Oregon City visiting her daugher, Mrs.
John Cooper.
o. L. Davenport will handle sliip
nients of apples and produce. 147
Front Street, Portland, Ore. nilHtf
J. H. Robert: was in 1'ortland Tues
day to attend to business and to see
the Shrine parades.
SAcoompanied bv his mother. Mrs.
W. G. Weber, his nephew, Harry Web
er, and Miss Annamae Chipping, Earl
Weber motored to Portland the first of
the week to see the Shriners. Mr.
Weber, Sr., spends today in Portland.
for the
at
m STORE
DON'T SWELTER ON "THE FOURTH.
COME IN NOW AND SUPPLY YOURSELF WITH
COOL OUTING TOGS AND THINGS.
WE HAVE COOL THINGS FOR WARM DAYS.
FOR BOTH MEN. WOMEN AND CHILDREN. AND
WE SELL THEM AT SUCH FAIR AND SQUARE
PRICES THAT WE MAKE A CUSTOMER FOR ALL
TIME WHEN WE MAKE OUR UERY FIRST SALE.
WE WANT TO SEE "YOU" IN OUR STORE.
The Legion Boys are going to give you a real
old time 4th of Julv Celebration on Monday, July
5th -Let's All Go!
4th of July Specials
FOR THE LADIES
PRICED FOR LESS NOW
1
P
ills
Ladies' Glove Silk
Pink Lisle Mtinsii
$3.45
Pink Lisle Bodipe Top Union
Suits. $1.68
White Lisle Sleeveless Unions
68V
Wash Satin Camisoles, Flesh
and White, $1.98
Silk Hose, White and Colors
$1.89 i $4.38
Pink Net Summer C
Low Bust, Elastic Top
rsets.
$4.00
Men's Togs
PRICED LOWER FOR THE 4th
Make Your Selections Now
Men's Fibre Silk Soft
Shirts, $7.50
Men's
ouar
Silk
Warner Lace Front Pink Cor
sets, Low Bust. Lace Trim
$2.98
Ladies' 16-btltton Silk djoves.
White. Black, Pongee, Navy
Drown. $2.98
Ladies' 2-clasp Silk Cloves.
White, with contrasting
ititehinf, $1 .68
2 Clasp White Silk Gloves
98
New Collar and Cuff Sets,
Vestees, Collars, Kischus,
Dainty Ruchinjrs and Plaittngl
by the yard
in Net and Burgundy.
New Wirthmor Silk Blouses
$5.00
Sol t t oiinr w line
Shirts. $3.95
Men's Sofl Collar Silk Stripe
Shirts, $4.45
Men's Soft Collar Mercerized
Shirts, Fancy Stripes and All
White, $2.95 and $2.45
Men's Dress Shirts without
Collar. French Cuffs, Assorted
Striies. $2.25 ami $1.50
Men's Silk 4-in-hand Neck
Ties, wide end, new rich pat
terns, 50y. 75. $1. $1.50
Men's Silk Knit Tubular Ties
Solid Colors and Fancy Stripes
85 to $4.50
Men
Hose
s Real Thread Silk Half
, black, grej and brown
$1.50
Men's Fibre Silk Clocked Half
Hose, in assorted rich color
effects. 85
Men's Mercerized Lisle Half
Hose, heather mixtures and
plain Colon, 50
M i)'s Fine Cotton Dress Half
Hose, Palm Beach. Grey,
Brown and Black, 35?
Your Feet Must Be Comfortable
Thev will be if vou'll bring them here. We can give
you 'the best makes in Latest Style Footwear, and fit
vour feet so thev will look nice and feel good.
Special Prces in All Kinds of Shots This Week
Moldcn-Huelat-Sather Co.
i The House of Personal Serv ice I
here C I'. RoM Hinl son, Kirliy, and Ifti,
hull (i. W. (it-ahum motorud up ovi-r the
I llighwuv hint Friday evening for the
K. f r. dedication.
Fof fttaitntaed storaga buttery ami
other factrlcal repairs. M to Hakin
Klearrieal Work., 111-110 TMrd St t f
Irrigation advice, surveys mdeDgin
aering of any project, confer with iSlbert
i:. Newell, once m Mt. Hood Hotel.
It pari to do tliiii.'H rijiht. jnltl
Rev. l. M. Carpentef left for Ta-
coma Tuesday to attend a prayer con
ference of the , Christian and Mission
ary Alliance.
Senrebea of reoordi and relisble nb
ttrecte made by Oregon Abetraet Com
peny, a. v. Onthnnk, Manager, .s05
Oak' Street. PhOM 1VJI. jvLAJ-tf
Mr. and lira, L B, Aplin and son,
I'arr, motored to Portland Monday for
a visit with relatives and to witness
the Shriner ceremonials.
Say nirls, how did you like the Buns
at the Banqui I Friday nitfht'.' Can you
do as well? You can if yon use Blended
Parity Floor. jn2i
Harry Clancy, son of Mrs. Anna
Clancy, was a member of the Scottish
Kite Cathedral class in Portland last
week.
K. V. Wright left yesterdiy for
Berkeley, Calif., where he will take
special summer work at the University
of California.
Say :irls, how did you like the Buns
at the Banquet Friday nightf Canyon
do as well'.' You can if von rise Blended
Purity.FJour. jn24
Mrs. Butterh'eld and daughter, Miss
Genevieve, of Portland, motored up
last weeK lor a slay at Mrs. tf owe a
Cottage Farm resort.
After a visit here with the family of
Mrs. J. A. Ifohr, Miss Anna Lang last
week to return to her home in Milwau
kee, Wis.
Mrs. C. L Spray and two children,
of Roaeburg, after a visit with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Houston, re
turned home last week.
Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Shirley, who
have been living on the West Side,
left yesterday to make their home in
Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Coodlander, of
the Wa-Wa ("buck ranch in the Upper
Valley, were in town Tuesday shop
ping.
Misses Hervl Clarke and Hetty Slade
and Robert Hutchinson, University of
Washington students, have arrivet
home for the summer vacation.
Stewart Tumbull, small son of S
lurnbuii, who has spent the past year
attending school in Salem, returned
home Saturday.
Mr. and Mis. S. C. Morton and Miss
uia neunorn, oi at. tieiena, were
here last week Mr. Morton is owner
of the St. Helens Mist. He ia now
traveling for a paint concern.
Ship by truck Long distance hauling
a specialty. (iet niv bid on your work
C. A. Wendei. Stand Richards Cigai
Store, lei. ZfMS, I have a few cords
Hi inch wood If II, delivered. jl2'2
Miss Elizabeth Kelly, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Fielding S. Kelly, was i
graduate last week at St. Helen's Hal
in Portland. Miss Kelly will speiu
the summer here with her parents.
Ship by truck Long distance baulini
a specialty. Get my bid on your work
V. A. Wemlel Maml Kiclianls l.igar
Store. Tel. 2643, I have a few cor
Iii inch wood, $11 delivered. jll'2
J.-H. Sanderson, of Pennyam, N. Y.
after a visit here with bis old friend
(ilenn R. Marsh, and family, left last
week on a more extended vacation tour
of the Northwest.
R. J. McLsaac was down the latter
part of last week on personal and An
pie Growers Association business, lit
says tne tipper valley country is now
looking fine.
Mr. and Mrs. T. !. Smith, of the
West Side, after a visit at Umatilla
with their son, J. B. Smith, have re
turned home. Their son accompanied
them here.
Leroy Childs left Tuesday for Red-
lands, Calif., called there to be with
his father, who is seriously ill. Mrs.
Childs and two small sons accompanied
Mr. Child.
Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Tipton, of Port
land, J. W. Tipton, of Spokane, and
Mrs. M. O. Owens, of Marshlield, spent
the week end here visiting Mr. and
Mrs. W. E. Shay. The party motored
up'over the Highway.
L. B. Peddicord who is farming the
Nickelsen ranch on the headwaters of
the West Fork, was a business visitor
in the city Saturday. He was prepar
ing for the harvest of his strawberry
c rop.
Miss Marion Howe, accompanied by
her mother, Mrs. 11. I,. Howe, who is
convalescing from a serious illness
has left for Seanlde for the vacation
period. Mrs. Howe recently returned
from The Dalles hospital.
Mrs. K. R. Imhler, of Portland, ar
rived F'riday for a week end visit with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sanford
Smith. She accompanied her brother.
Geo. S. Smith, and wife, who motored
up for the K. of P. dedication.
Clyde Arnold and family and E. S.
Colby and family motored to Portland
Sunday. Mrs. W. B. Mulford, of Si -
attle, mother of Mrs. Arnold, met the
party in Portland and returned here
for a visit.
Walter McDougal is spendine the
week in Portland. Tuesday he wired
his brother, W. Q. McDougal, here on
a visit from Iowa, that he had found
a room for him, and the latter left
Wednesday to see the Shriner sights.
The Highway Auto Co. latt week
fold to William Gatchell a lij-ton Fa
geol truck. The Fageol motor trans
port vehicle is declared one of the
handsomest that has ben thown in
Hood River. Mr. Gatchell will receive
his new truck next week.
Harry Connawsy was ill Monday,
having lieen stricken suddenly with
severe pains in4his lower left side. He
was all ijeht the nut day. and is again
at his post at the Consolidated. It is
thought a dip in the Columbia Sunday
caused the trouble.
I. M. Wright, former mayor of Hood
River who is now a prominent contrac
tor at Marshfield, accompanied by his
family, was here the first of the week
eallirg on old friends. Mr
up to Portland
Our 20x Money Saving Sale
Wash Goods Utz & Dun Shoes Voile Dresses Men'sK.K. Pants
while you need them for partlcutor ladies No two alike Worth $3 00
NOW 20 Per Cent Less NOW 20 Per ( lent Less NOW 20 Per Cenl I NOW Only $1 98
Florsheim Shoes LaVogue Coats La Vogue Suits Greenhood Shirts
for the man who cares The best made while they last with collars attached
NOW 20 Per Ceni Less NOW $19 85 to $29 85 At About Half NOW 20 Per Cent Less
Work Shoes Jersey Dresses Saxony Sweaters Ide Dress Shirts
of every description All wool, all colors Pure Virgin Wool without collar
NOW 20 PerCent Less $13-98 to $16 32 NOW 20 PerCent Less NOW 20 Per Cent Less
Remember, 80c Buys $1.00 Worth of Up-to-Date Wearing Apparel During Sale
You Cannot Make
Money Faster
FRANK A. CRAM
Prepare for the
fourth or July
IBBBBBBBBBMSBl BBBBBBBVBBBBH I
No Special Sales
But our prices every day of the week and every
week of the month are at the lowest possible level
consistent with the needs of our business. We put
to practice our motto, that our customers will get
full value for every purchase made.
We invite the closest scrutiny of our price on
any sale a customer may choose.
DAVENPORT & STEELE
Hood River Market
Telephone 4311.
OUR FINISHING DEPARTMENT
A silver teu was iriven by the mis
sionary division (if the Woman's Union
of the Riverside church lit the home of
Mrs. H. G. Cooper Wedruday after
noon ol last weeK. ire lawns oi the
Cooper home were arranged to repre
sent an oriental setting. Yoiine; wo
men, garbed as Japanese maids, served.
BeTtnett Brothers announce recent
sales of Dode touring c.ara to the fol
lowing: Homer Bovelll, A. L. Page,
Frank llutson, of I'arkdale, and the
Jennings gHrage, of White Salmon.
I Ins list complete! recent carload.
The li rm txpaete the arrival of another
carload of the popular ars this week.
Slocom .& Canfielil hine tern ted v's
iling Shriners with a display of hand
some mui-iniumnia pictures, rnoiog-
lapher Fred I lonnerberg. who now
takes pictures for the linn, of which
he is a member, having recently
bought the stock of A. Canfield, re
cently secured some excellent picture!
of the Oregon I'roducts displays.
Miss Georgian Slocom, who spent
the past school year at lioltville, Cal.,
with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
A. M. Kelsay, arrived home Tuesday
evening. Mie moiorcii up irum Cali
fornia with Mr. and Mrs. Kelsay, who
remained over for a day in I'ortland,
mt who will arrive here today over
the Highway.
A prominent Hood River citizen
asked what kiwanii meant, of Mr.
Woolley. His answer, "It means Ore
gon Life- "go get 'em." Oregon Ufa
is making a great increase in new hus
inaaa over 1919. They lead all life
companies operating in the state. Con
tracts that please ImIk with Woolley,
Hist. Mgr., Oregon Life, The Dalles.
Mrs. K. B. I lean entertained her
rmce, Mrs. itav . winiams, aim nus-
n I, of I'ortland, fiver the week end.
Mr. and Mrs. J. r. Watts, of Oregon
City, were also guests at the Dean
home. Both couples motored here over
the Highway. Mr. Dean motored with
the puests- to Mosier and iirough the
valleva The,' were deilghttd with the
feme beauties
Parties who have visited the ditch of
the Hood ftiver Irrigation disrtict at
taiint on Green I'oint creek, where a
Uda recently interrupted the flow of
water, estimate that it will cost $1,(hki
to make itermanent repairs. Volunteer
on hardif ts restored service ternHrar-
ly and rains have prevented the acci-
nt from causing Oak (trove berry
growers damage.
K. O. Blanchar and C. H. Vaughan,
who represented Hood River at the
annual convention of the State Bankers
Association in Kugene last week, de-
lare the session to have been one of
the !et ever held. Mr. Vaughan was
elected chairman of the executive com
mittee of the organization for the en
suing year. Mr. Miancnar was cnair-
man of the resolutions rornmittee.
Miss Margaret Har.lon. here from
Alaska visiting her sister. Mr.'. K. W.
Van Horn, had planned to return home
this week. Her visit, however, will lie
ontinued for several weeks. She was
informed that bookings lorn pasaengers
from Seattle for the next several weeks
iL'rinhi would be limited exclusively to mem-
TRANSFERS OF
REAL ESTATE
(By Hood River Abstract lnv Co.)
Ceo. L Batchalder to Hood River
Spray Co., tract in Coe donation land
claim lying on south side of O.-W. R.
& N. right of way in city of Rood
River.
Chas. K. Batchalder? to Hood River
Spray Cov tract in Coe donation land
claim lyng Offaotlth side of O.-W. &
N. light of way in city of Hood River.
Mary B Taylor and husband to Grace
A. Gumming, lot 11 in block II of
Cla,rk's 1st add. to Hood River.
A. G. Panott to Geo. S. I'arrott, M
acres in I'arkdale.
Pruning Cane Fruits
Ity ( lordon I. Brown
Considerable difreie ie in the man
agement of cane fruits has taken (dace
during the pint few years. I'robably
no district has done more to demon
strate different systems than the I'uv
allup valley growers. Formerly the
Milicv was to grow raspberries and
blackberries in hills, four to live feet
apart. When the new canes were four
feat high they were hiaded so as to
throw nut laterals. Now, h:iwever,
they have found it more piactical not
to prune at all during the growing sea
son but to permit the canes to grow as
tall as possible. Where this was done,
planting was about three feet apart in
the row.
During winter the side shoots are
trimmed off, leaving a long whip
shaped cane. These canes are trained
to a wire or permitted to lie over a
hup pale. This ulan gives a much
loafer harvesting season, since the
earliest and consequently the highest
priced berries are borne on the ends
of these long canes. It has been esti
BWted that where the grower removes '
the top of his bush berries he O cut
ting off at least 25 iter cent of (he crop i
and by so doing causes his harvest to .
ripen at nearly one time instead of
over a much longer period.
Fan tar Agency
An agein v lot the (anions Pun Csr for
Hood River and vicinity Wlll be estab
lished at (tine. Resiusi blc patties 111-
ie rested ia easae. oosaataaicaw by wire
with Pan Sales Company, 4H Rajs .'tr.l
St., I'oitland, Oregon. jH
WE have ii complete, modern and thor
oughly equipped department For develop
ing, printing nnd enlarging. No expense
has been spared to make this department
up-to-date and w ith the skilled workmen,
we are ahle to guarantee the best results
that can be obtained.
J .Send your films to US and experience
the sattslat lion oF receiving the best neg
atives! prints or enlargements that it is
possible to obtain.
1 I ilms in by 4 p. m. out next day at 4 p. m.
SLOCOM-CAN FIELD CO.
HOOD RIVER, OREGON
A Merchants' Lunch
AT
THE LOTUS GRILLE
TT
Starting thifl week, a special priced Mer
chants' Lunch will be served every noon from
11:30 until 1:30.
We can absolutely guarantee that no finer
Lunch can be purchased anywhere for this
price.
T5he Lotus Grille
Say girle, bow did you like the Baaa
at the llaniiet h'rul'iy mybt'.' Can oii
da a ell? Yon c an if you mi Steaded
Purity Floor. jn'.M
FINANCIAL REPORT OF CLERK
OF SCHOOL DISTRICT NO 3,
HOOO RIVER OREGON
C r to ri-ol the Mvnic wirine. Bfjejajtajaji
I of Shriner. on the coaM to attend the
I I'ortland Imperial Council, will make
' a fide trip to Alaska.
and family came
Shrine week.
Dr. and Mr. L I.. Murphy wen
I'ortland last Tfrurrlav evening to I
John MrCormack. On the way to I'ort-
land thev were aceomnanied bv Mr. rln Dltr Well
Marpery'a eeajeK W. H. Murphy, yjfa never rjsj
and two children, who had been here fllM itt , . th ,..,, of ,h VM ..
nanoBE.
Mrs. J. I.. Henderson, who has been
in I'ortland with her daughter, Mr.'.
Banks Mortimer, was here the first of
the week on business. Mrs Mortimer
is ill, and Mrs. Henderson returned
. -teniay to be with her. Little Hilly
Mortimer accompanied his grandmoth
er here.
L. C. Heiter left Sunday for Autin.
where he will join Sam Kerthaw, vet
eran mirier, who has just struck one of
the richest veins of gold recently found
in eastern Oregon. Mr. Kershaw has
a local homestead ranch. Mr. Heicer
spent last summer prospecting; with
the reteran miner.
nays Ar,u Mrlkr,all, just back from
an outing on (Ireen I'oint creek. Mr.
McDonald returned home with 21 beau
tiful trout. Ba say the fishing of tte
upper stretches of Hood river should
be fine this week.
Presented at the anpu-il siiool mt"-t-
ln?. h-id June j. l'.CO:
Receipts
Halanee from laM report ..$ 1.37i.CO
Sp' ial S hool Tax 4J..T77 fi7
rounty school Kuml i.afoo
State School Fund 1.429.25
Tuition ". iVH j
County HiKh Shool Kand 1.4 60
All other sources 2.4i '1
Total $57,074 . t
Disbursements
Teachers Sal.irj.- .:.'. ..
Fuel and School Supplies . . 2.529.34
Repair. Improving grounds
janitor work 1100.74
Hot and Cold
Lunches
Salads
Sandwiches
Ice Cream
Candies
Hot Drinks
Soda Fountain
THE
PHEASANT
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Welcome
o
Our
City and Valley
All You
Noble
Shriners
Do not ivnx
mir Wonderful
waiting to lak
e vviih'iut seeinjr
Vail. y. A car is
e von.
i
WANTED
fflVcr. bu.kleUrry pickers, fi-b-
rnien and rer Ati"n partieto lie
Paek Train. Pb ne loveT Br.
Stoix- or A. W. Meyer, Caw-ade
i k jr.'f
rk
All other i
Agrlenltu
Trainine
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Ught. I;
Equipmer
BOWS
Total
Cash on
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Clerk
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"lh. I ittlc llousr with
The Hiu Shows"
r rRV H NDAT, II KSDAY,
1HI RSDW M)STl RDAY
Matinee Sat. and Sun., 2 p. m.
Every Evening. 7 p. m.
information come to
il we will le pleased
in ;my way possible.
The Star Grocery
"Good Things to Eat "
PERIGO & SON
- printed in acenr
I rjd laws, call
g'larartee "i storare
Dakin Klectric Woika,
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