The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933, September 30, 1920, Image 4

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    HOOD RIVER'GLACIER, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 80, t020
DETHMAN, COPPLE
SEE YAKIMA FAIR
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Correct lubrication
is a science
Zerolene is a high-quality oil made in various
consistencies to meet with accuracy the lubrica
tion needs of each type of automobile engine.
By exhaustive study and engine tests our Board
of Lubrication Engineers has determined the cor
rect consistency of Zerolene for your make of auto
mobile. Its recommendations are available for you
in the 2erolene Correct Lubrication Charts. Get
one for your car at your dealer's or our nearest
station. Use Zerolene for Correct Lubrication.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
(California)
FOR TRACTORS
There la a correct grade of Zero
lene for your tractor. Oet our
booklet on Its Correct Lubrica
tion. Aik our agent for a copy.
j grade for
men type
of engine
CORD TIRES
ARE NOW REGULAR EQUIPMENT
ON ALL
NASH MODELS
COW) TIKES insure extra mileage, dependable
service and added satisfaction, and are in keeping with
the high standards of every other detail embodied in
the building of NASH PASSENGER CARS.
11
MT. HOOD MOTOR CO.
MORE LIGHT IS NEEDED
for
Greater Efficiency
Whether in the Office,
Home or Store
A chain is no stronger than its weakest link. Likewise
human effort cannot go beyond its capacity for vision. Both
are usually the cause of neglect, and are susceptible to
strengthening.
It is evident that vision can be stimulated by use of
efficient lamps. EDISON MADA ha e long been accepted
as a standard. There is a size suitable for every need
either plain or bowl frosted. Trices 10c and up.
Pacific Power & Light Co.
I'llONF. 4231
ALWAYS AT VOIR SERVICE"
PIES i NATL HANK 1LDG
Top and Upholstery Shop
THE HIGHWAY AUTO CO.
(Cor. Oak and 5th Sts.)
are now operating a first class shop
for the purpose of doing all classes ot
Top and Upholstery Work
Estimates given Work guaranteed
Phone 4331
C. Dethman and C. E OoppM have
just returned from a trip to the Yaki
ma, fair. While away the men investi
gated Yakima and Wetiatchee fruit
conditions. They found the Wenatchee
harvest earlier than that of either
Hood River or Yakima. Crews of men
were already engaged in picking on a
large scale. Boxes were being made
and crews were packing in the orch
ards. The Wenatchee district also es
caped the heavy freeze of last winter
with less damage than their home dis
tiict or Yakima. The latter section
suffered very similarly to Hood River.
Spitzenburg trees especially were dam
aged in much the same fashion as
Hood River, the returned men say.
Yakima's pear crop, it is stated, will
be negligible this season, and there
is no commercial peach tonnage.
A feature that impressed the men
more than any other one thing, per
haps, was the lack of cold storage at
Wenatchee. Growers and shippers
there are unprovided with facilities for
caring for their apples. Mr. Dethman
and Mr. Copple state that they saw
long strings of refrigerator cars on sid
ings for 25 miles east of Wenatchee.
The condition indicates that railway
systems have determined to take care
of growers at points unprovided with
storage, they say, and the inference is
that districts having storage facilities
will suffer a penalty in drawing in
sufficient rolling stock. The visitors
also discovered that cooperative mar
keting, such as is practiced in Hood
River and other districts, is not now
vogue in Wenatchee. Growers have
sold independently and have prospered
in such seasons as that oi last year.
Rut they found a feeling of depression
this season. nuying is limited to
earlier varieties and then on a nominal
scale. Indications point to heavy con
signrnents of apples by Wenatchee
growers, it is stated.
The crops of both the Yakima and
Wenatchee district were found light,
about GO per cent of last sason and on
a par with production in Hood River,
and the apples small in size.
The visitors journeyed from Wenat
chee to Ellensburg bv auto stage. The
road leads up a grade for 20 miles,
luirly good most ot the way. A neM
urade has just been constructed for the
last live miles with a grade in no place
over five per cent. I he new grade
through Rlewitt Pass, eliminates some
Btretches of old road that are difficult
to negotiate. The visitors declare they
never saw a more wonderful hay re
gion than that around Ellensburg. On
every hand the traveler sees haystacks
dotting the landscape. Hay is market
ed through cooperative associations.
RULE OF SCRIPTURAL
OX WAS APPLIED
Work of pouring concrete on the
highway being paved In the Odell sec
tion was rushed Sunday, although the
crews labored in front of the Odell
Methodist church. Officials in charge
of the work, however, conferred with
church members and ministers before
initiatng the Sunday work. No one
raised an objection. As the road will
be needed as soon as apple harvest be
gins, officials and citizens in general
considered that an emergency existed
The opinion of Rev. Hoddy was asked.
He responded with a citation of Scrip
tural authority about the ox and the
ditch and the man who worked on Sun
day to get the animal out.
AT THE THEATRES
THE LIBERTY
Eriday and Saturday, October 1 and
2, Constance Kinney in "39 East," di
rect from Majestic Theatre, 1'ortlaiul,
also Mutt & Jeff comedy.
Sunday, October 8, Enid Rennett in
"The"Ealse Road," Paramount Maga
zine and a Snub Pollard comedy.
Monday and Tuesday, October 4 and
5, Famous Players I.asky Corporation
presents Mark Twain's immortal story
of boyhood, "Huckleberry Finn." There
is a laugh and a tear, and a thrill of
remembrance in every scene. All the
funny characters, the Duke, the King,
and Huck. Nothing left out. Produced
by special arrangement of the Mark
Twain Company. Also Topics of the
Day. Adults, 50c, kids, 30c.
Wednesday and Thursday, October fi
and 7. Anita Stewart in "Midnight
Komance" and Alice Howell in a two
reel comedy, "Distilled l.ove."
Friday and Saturday, October H and 9,
House Peters and all star i'ast in an
Equity super erial, "Silk Husbands
and Calico Wives." Also Mutt & JefT.
Vera Kolstad at the Liberty organ.
THE GEM
Thursday and Friday, September SO
and October 1, Carmel Meyers in "Fol
ly's Trail," also Eddy Polo in Episode
Ten of the "Vanishing Dagger."
Saturday, October 2, Tom Moore in a
Goldwyn production, "Just for To
night. ' Also Burton Holmes Travelog.
Sunday, Octolter 3 and 4, Triangle
production, "l,et Katy Do It," featur
ing Jane Gray and ail star cast. Also
Pearl White, queen of the serials. In
Episode 10 of "The Klack Secret."
Tuesday and Wednesday, October 6
and t, Gladys Leslie in the "Midnight
Pride," also Pathe Weekly.
Thursday and Friday, October 7 and
8, Gladys Walton in a new Universal
feature, l ink lights. Also Kpisode
11 of "The Vanishing Dagger."
Barbara Vaughan at the piano.
Bridal Veil Puts in Rig Scales
The Bridal Veil Lumtering Co. com
pleted excavation Saturday of a pit for
a 15-ton motor truck scales, tha larg !
lest of their kind in this section of the !
country. While the scales have been !
I installed primarily for use of the lum- 1
ler concern and the Hood Kive$ Fuel
Co., they will be available for weigh-i
ing apples and for other use by orch-j
aniisis anu me general moilc. I he
scales manufactured by the Fairbanks
Co., are automatic.
The lumler concern haa just pur
chased a new 2-ton IVnby truck.
Benson Daj Refund Made
It is a rare thing that contributors
to public funds get any refund, but
this hapiened in the case of the recent
Benson Day celebration. More than
ffiOO was contributed toward prepara- i
tions for the event, declared the big
(Test of i La kind ever held in this aee- I
tion of the state. The finance commit- L
tee, consisting of C. H. Vaughan, S. .1
Moore and C. O. Hue lot. has returned
to eonrtil ut rs 40 per cent of their
gift. . j
Tire Mileage Increased and Cost
Reduced-for Small Cars
KitHtiti"niiii'i
You can buy Goodyear Tires today
at prices which are no higher than
they were ten years ago
And from these tires you can now
obtain more actual mileage due to
advancements made by Goodyear in
their construction since 1910.
The present cost of Goodyear mile
age therefore is decidedly less and
this fact applies to all the line,
including the 30x3-, 30x3- and
31x4-inch size Goodyear Tires built
especially for small cars.
If you own a Ford, Chevrolet, Dort,
Maxwell or other car taking these
sizes, go to your nearest Service
Station for Goodyear Tires get ex
ceptional mileage at very low cost.
30 x 3'2 Goodyear Double-Cure
Fabric, All -Weather Tread
30 x 3'2 Goodyear Single-Cure
Fabric, Anti-Skid Tread
$2350
$2150
Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes cost no more than the price
you are asked to pay for tubes of less merit why risk costly
casings when such sure protection is available?
30x3yo size in waterproof bug
$450
Mt. Hood Gets New Locomotive
The Mount Hood R. R. Co. has just
received a new locomotive which will
be used in its freight service. The
new engine, of the Mikado type, will
enable the vallev rail line to handle
the apple crop, more than 50 per cent
of which is now moved over its road,
with greater dispatch.
1 he new locomotive, itis stated, is
canaille ot starting 10 cars on a 3J per
cent grade.
Lost Lake Road to Be Dragged
J. B. Doggett announces that the
county's portion of the Lost Lake
Highway will be dragged at once.
lhis work, it is said, will leave the
road in excellent condition, and the
drive'into the remote forest will prob
ably form a popular diversion during
the fall weeks. Following first frosts
the district becomes aflame with color
from tints of Oregon grape and vine
maple leaves.
1111 ( I 1 AN L.ST TAStT3WB
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SEND SAMPLI FREK
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MAN'S
BEST AGE
A man is as old as hi9 organs ; he
can be as vigorous and healthy at
70 rs at 35 if he aids his organs in
performi: their functions. Keep
your viu. organs healthy with
COLD MEDAL
Ths worM's standard lomedy for kidney
liver, bladder and uric acid troubles,
since lfilfl; corrects disorders; stimulates
vital or(;ans. All Jruggists, three sizes.
Look for Ihfi name GolJ MriJM on erery box
and accept u i "Itatimi
A STRONfi
DMEOT
AM
S.'O M E folks expect too
much of their stomachs.
Give yours a square deal.
It it discover that you're
buying your groceries of
us and it will rejoice ex
ceedingly. We shall ap
pn viate your visit.
WE GIVE double S.&H.
Green Trading Stamps
every Wednesday.
In Favor of Our Shoes.
Poor Shoes are not cheap at
any price.
We buy Quality Shoes and sell
Quality Shoes to our customers.
We have a reputafion for sell
ing reliable goods only.
Trade here, where we sell Qual
ity and Service.
JOHNSEIYS
SHOE STORE
All Leather Shoes
APPLE
PEAR
PEACH
BOXES
We can furnish in
any amount from
either Hood River
or Parkdale. Three
trucks on duty for
deliveries to any part
of the Valley.
BRIDAL VEIL LUMBERING CO.
NELSON EMRY. Manager
Phone 2181 Fourth and Cascade
kPHONE FOR IT J
W. J. Baker & Co.
IValere in
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