The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933, March 31, 1921, Image 6

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    HOOD U1VER GLACIER. THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 1921
REUBEN F. FRA.S1ER
W.T. FRASIER
We have just purchased the business of the Ar
nold Grocery Co. W. T. Frasier, who has been with
this business for several years will remain in active
charge.
We offer the people of Hood River a service of
courtesy and goods, staple and fancy, at prices just
as low as conditions will permit.
Come in and give us a trial.
FRASIER & SON
TEL.
2121
MARKET YOUR APPLES WHILE THERE IS DEMAND
This is the very last call to get your apples to market
while there is some chance of getting something out of them.
Within a short time it will he too late as straw berries and
other early fruits as well as Spring tonics will take their place.
If you consign to us you will get
the best possible returns for apples.
We want your business because we know we can give you
better net returns than others. We move stock quickly, take
a very small profit and immediately send you your returns.
SHERIDAN-BECKLEY CO.,
211 Washington Street, PORTLAND, ORE.
Reference: Hiuernia Savings. Rank.
heaUlight
msianr near
TrVhenand
where needed
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
You will be
STUNG
if you don't get some of these
BEES
Strong hives of leather col
ored Italians already
raising brood $12.50 per Hive
R. W. ARENS
Phone 0. G5 R. D. 2
BILL HART GETS
BILL HART'S PHOTO
PEAR TREES
HOME GROWN
and PRICED.RIGHT
Why not patronize home in
dustry, and wrile
HOOD RIVER NURSERY
Phone Parkdale 66 PARKDALE, OR.
William Hart, city marshal, who be
came confused last year with William
Hart, the internationally known movy
uctor, has just received from trie latter
a handsome autographed photograph.
The confusion in identitv of the men
arose over facetiousness of Hood River
county Democrats in writing in the
name of Hill Hart (the local man) as
their choice for candidate for sheriff in
the Mav primaries in 1920. When the
office of the secretary of state was
canvassing the returns it was conclud
ed that Hill Hart the movy bad man
had admirers in Hood River, and news
stories went forth accordingly. These
stories had wide dissemination in
France, for since the election last year
the local Bill Hart has received numer
ous romantic epistles from abroad. He
has forwarded all the letters to Holly
wood, Calif., the home address of the
actor, declaring that the secrets they
held are sacure, as he cannot read
French.
The photojrranh iust received from
the movy actor' by the police officer
was forwarded here through C. W.
Hooker, Los Angeles sales manaerer of
; me Anple Urowers Association, and
Hollywood neighbor of Bill Hart, the
actor.
SIGNS OF SPRING
OiN EVERY HAND
"UST imagine buying a car like the SPECIAL-SIX at its extreme
ly low price with such high quality features as:
119-inch wheelbase;
50-h. p. detachable-head motor ;
Intermediate transmission with built-in thief -proof lock ;
Flexible Coupling;
Cord tires, front and rear ;
Body of beautiful design ;
Upholstery of genuine leather;
Gypsy Top with beveled plate glass windows ;
Taper Roller Bearings throughout ;
Finest Alloy Steels ;
High gasoline mileage, even on low grades of fuel.
THE HAYES PAYS
WHY? Because it is equipped with the
FairbanksMorse Ztype Engine
Hood River county has a new fruit inspector. His work is going to
result in inestimable benefits if all growers give him the measure of co
operation he deserves.
Every grower of the Valley can afford to give this co-operation. In
deed, he cannot afford not to. The future prosperity of the Valley de
pends on careful, consistent application of spray materials.
The Hayes Sprayer will help along with the campaign outlined, if
growers will only give it a chnacc. You do not have to "bust the bank"
when you buy a Hayes and yet you get equipment for as thorough and
effective work as though you paid out a large sum for mechanical elabor
ation and complication.
We mean it, when we say the HAYES PAYS. It pays from the stand
point of original investment and by the results obtained.
Hayes High Pressure Triplex Power Sprayer
Monarch of High Pressure Sprayers -the most highly perfected
spraying apparatus in the world. Designed for lare commercial or
chanls, citrus proves and shad.' tree work, where many trees are
cared fur. It represents the most advanced step in the control of
diseases and pests which rob orchards of millions.
SPECIFICATIONS
ENGINE Fairbanks-Morse. Kerosene, lhorse M w
er. MAGNETO- Bosch High Tension.
PC Ml' Hayes Triplex no II or No, 12-U'lt drive.
1" MPGOYERSOR-Hayes Automatic.
AGITATOR Revolving with two .1-blade propeller?.
TANK 200 an.l .TOO-gallon. 1'4 inch Crpress Tank
with manhole and drain.
CAB Folding, fnll-li oKth, level platform, roll cur
tains. FRAME Engine, pump and tank holtod direrth to
21 iin i ide rhani ! -!.! frauie.
8lVTliN BOSS Wi inserted smooth bore, with
strainer
J'lM II ARGE-Two Hayes Leak!e Mop Ccks,
fit 11.
DIRECTIONS- For erection, care and operation.
U'CESSORIES 500 lb. pressure gsnge, seat, bani
Ihjo rod and hose holders, tool box, foot rest, oil can,
spanner and rein In -
DIMENSIONS Height .' feet.
I RUCK Have Steel Cross Reach Orchard Truck,
fteel axles, :i 10 skeins, 28-inch front and 32-inch
rear wheels, doubletrees, and neckyoko.
UKHJLil EgllPMENT-Two aim Sections
Mayes 7-ply J-inch Sprav Hose and linings, two
l f. .1 lUmK-o Rash :ti. ! k ' .-o. k- and
drip shields : four Haves Larc I i -. - Aiijj'e N. -.
I ig 101, two V- .'linn-lions, Fig. ltk).
'PHONAL EijClPMENT-Ons) 50-foot Section
Hayes 7-ply i-inch Spray Hose and fittings; one
Have FRl IT FOG Gun.
We also carry the FAIRBANKS-MORSE GAS ENGINES and ELEC
TR1C POWER PLANTS. Come in and look them over.
SLUTZ BROS
Telephone 3173 for a demonstration
Hood River orchardiats have never
been busier than at present. The past
lew days of sunshine, fallowing three
weens 01 almost incessant rain, delay
ing application -of miscible oil sprays,
which must be on the trees before the
toliage bursts, has dried out 'tracts,
and hundreds of power spray rigs are
chugging in orchards. Pruning crews
are cleaning up spring work and burn
ing clippings. In many fields tractors
and horsedrawn plows, have begun
spring cultivation, which has been held
up unusually long because of heavy
precipitation.
County Roadmaster Nichols, too, is
making the most of the first sunshiny
days and crews are busy repairing rav
ages of winter of highways throughout
the county.
With the advent of spring the motor
traffic over the Highway, which, how
ever, has been blocked only twice dur
ing the winter by slides, and then for
only a few hours, has shown a marked
increase. 1 he other day a family par
ty, headed east, the machine carrying
on running board and tied to the rear
an accumulation of household goods,
sped through the city. A canary, in
an open cage, was suspended from the
canopy, a.sure harbinger of spring.
TWO NEW LUMBER
CONCERNS ORGANIZE
Two new lumber concerns have been
organized here. One, with Harry De
Witt and Hanks Mori imer as organiz
ers, has taken over the interests of
the Kir Mill & Construction Co. and
the I'ost Canyon Lumber Co. Yards
will be secured here and the company
has made arrangements with Portland
manufacturers to handle finished lum
ber products. The concern plans on
employing about 30 men and cutting
approximately 20,000 feet per day.
Mr. Mortimer and Mr. DeWitt, as
sociated with J. K. Phillips, the latter
owner of a box plant de. troyed by fire
recently, have leased the Filz meat
packing plant and will equip the place
with machinery for box making. The
new box factory, it is said, will be
ready for operation in the next two
weeks.
Mrs. Jones Seeks Divorce
Mrs. Marjorie Jones has filed suit
for divorce from Alan V. Jones. The
cojplc was married April li, 1917.
Mrs. Jones a'leites a failure on the
part of her husband to provide for her
self and two children, a girl aired 3
and a boy a year old. She claims that
he has expended earnings on clothes
for himself and that he has made it a
practice to absent himself from home
in me evenings, attending dances in
association with unmarried women.
She asks the custody of the children
and $40 a month alimony. A petition
for $300 attorney's fees and $50 court
expenses has been tiled.
Car Held for License
Traffic Officer Murray last week ap
prehended E. H. James, who was ac
companied by his son. driving his auto
mobile with l'.tii Iowa licenses. Al
though the men declared that they had
appied for a license in Iowa they were
unable to display a receipt. Justice of
the Peace Onthank instructed them to
apply for an Oregon license. They
i exclaimed that they were en route to
Pendleton and that thev did not have
sufficient funds to purchase the license
at present, lheir car was held and the
men were asked to rind work and earn
enough to pay for license plates.
Carey Finds Peasants Prospering
Jack Carey, in charge of the White
Salmon office of Dan Wuille & Co.,
was here Saturday, having just return-
; ed from a visit in England. Mr. Car
ey, a veteran of the great war, while
nl. road visited the portions of r ranee
where he participated in service. Ex
cept in the zones of extreme devasta
tion he says the French are fast DBCUP-
I erating from the four years of conflict.
Especially, he savs, are the rrench
peasants nroepering. W ith food stuffs
in keen demand, he says) the peasants
are Tast getting into the capitalist
class.
Chamberlain (Hugh Remedy
Nothing So l.ooil For a ouirli or ( old
"Everyone who has used Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy speaks well of
it," writes Edward P. Miller, AbbotU
town. Pa. People who once use this
preparation are seldom satisfied with
any other. It is excellent to allay a
cough or break up a cold.
Notice to Creditors
In the County Court of the State of
Oregon for Hood River County.
In the Matter of the Estate of H. W .
Krussow, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned has been appointed, by the
above entitled court, administratrix of
the estate of said deceased, and all
persona havir.g claims against said es
tate are hereby notified to present the
same, Julv vet i tied, at the cthce ot
E. H. Hartwig, rooms 7 and 8 Smith
Building, in Hood River City. Oregon.
within six months from the dste of
first publication of thia notice, which
date is March 3rd. 1921.
Pauline Krussow,
m3a7 Adminiatatrrix
I Stu
$2085 k
J F" 0' B"
debaRer
Special-wSix
Its performance in owners' hands puts the SPECIAL-SIX in a
class by itself among five-passenger cars. It is not only the finest
car within hundreds of dollars of its price, but the greatest value
on the market among five-passenger automobiles.
See this wonderful automobile compare it, point by point, with
other cars on the market and we'll rest our case with you.
ALL SITUDEBAKER CARS ARE EQUIPPED WITH
CORD TIRES ANOTHER STUDE BAKER PRECEDENT
CAMERON MOTOR CO.
This is a S t u d e b a k e r Y
ear
GOOD 100 PURE
American-Maid
Bread
FRESH DAILY AT YOUR GROCERS
Dixie Flyer, Pan American
Briscoe, Commerce Trucks
Tires and Accessories
E. U. CATE & CO.
General Motor Trucking
"Wood For Sale
JESSE PUDDY
Telephone 3142
1108 May SI.
HOWELL BROS.
Wood wor King and
BlacKsmithing
Tel. 2i51 Fourth and Columbia Sts.
DRS. ABRAHAM AND SIFTON
PHYSICIANS and SURGEONS
Rooms 17, 19, 20 Brosius Building
Res. Phones: Dr. Abraham 4152.
Dr. Sifton 3613. Office (181.
A Good Hot Fire
at this season is of course
very desirable; it makes the
home cheerful and your holi
day visitors feel fine. Burn
our coal and you will get such
a fire. It may be bitter cold
without, but will always be
comfortable within.
Taft Transfer Co.
H. D. W. PINEO, D.D.S.
DENTIST
ELIOT MHUMM
Telephone 3812 HOOD RIVER
E. L. SCOBEE, D.D.S.
BROSIUS BCILDINO
Ofliee Hours: 8 a. m. to ti p. n.
Office Tel. 31il Residence Tel. .TI12
C. H. JENKINS, D. M .D
DENTIST
Telephones: Office 1081 ; resideno 3331
Office over Butler Bank
E. D. KANAGA
Physician and Surgeon
YOU will find that it is a
summer time picnic to buy
the proper groceries at
this shop. The pervading
air of this establishment
is one of wholesomeness
and purity and politeness
and fair treatment, and
why don't you come in
and find out about it?
Double S. & H. Green
Trading Stamps every
Wednesdav.
Phones: Office 4211
1811
Office in Eliot
Building
DR. E. O. DUTRO
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office: Hall Bid., Phone 1571
Hours, 2 to 5 p. tn.
Residence : Odell. Phone, Odell 353
Hours: 9 to 11 a. m.
Electrical repairing at Dakin Electric
Works. . mstf
H. L. DUMBLE,
PHYSICIAN AND STRGEON.
Osllt promptly Mwrjd in town or ooqdim
Way or Nifht.
Bon wianoe. Km umo. mi.
Office to Um Brasilia Baiidinf
Funeral Director
I will furnish funerals complete
for adults for $100. This in
cludes neat and attractive caskets
and all the couitesies and services
of a first class funeral director.
Where desirable the finest anil
highest priced obtainable is always
on hand.
S. E. BARTMESS
FOR SALE
Attractive Farms and City
Projerty on Easy Terms
Insurance of All Kinds
R. E. SCOTT
AGENT
Dr. Carolyn Under hill
DENTIST
Smith Building. Telephone Mil
U C. BALtm
J w SVVOPI
BALDWIN & SWOPE
CONSTRUCTION CO.
Plans and Sketches for all Classes of
Buildings Furnished.
Construction Work and Alterations.
So Job Too Bur. or Too Small.
:r Wot is Our Recommendation.
BROSIl S BITLDING
HOOD RIVER. OREGON
Phone AM