The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933, May 12, 1921, Image 5

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    HOOD ffclVEtt GLAC1KU THUKSDA V, MAY 12, 1021
CHEVROLET
ANNOUNCEMENT
Prices Cut to Pre -War Level
Cut of Over 21 Reduces Cost to Lowest Level in Three Years
Prices Effective Immediately F. O. B. Factory
Model 490 Coupe, now $1155
Model 490 Delivery, now $645
One-Ton Truck, now $1225
Model 490 Chassis, now $595
Model 490 Touring, now $645
Model 490 Roadster, now $635
Model 490 Sedan, now $1195
Fully Equipped, including Electric Starting and Lighting System, Demountable
Rims, Tire Carrier and Speedometer.
WE CAN MAKE IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
Hood River Garage
The 490 Chevrolet is a product of the General Motors Corpor
ation and as such you are insured of the best of construction.
There are over 2700 satisfied Chevrolet owners in Multnomah
County. EASY TERMS if you desire to purchase on time.
Holders of
REFUND CERTIFICATES
will be paid immediately
ANNOUNCES TEACHERS
B. & S. TO BUILD
FINE NEW THEATRE
Except for a commercial teacher in
the high chool, City School Superin-1
tendent Cannon announces the facul-
ties for the city schools for the coming !
year fairly complete. Mr. Cannon an-1
nounces the following list:
High School B. H. Conkle, princi-!
pal ; R. C. Goodman. E. K. Fleisch- j
man. Emmett C. Forsythe. Malcolm
I). Hrode. Mabel Phillip. Ethel Bick
ford, Bertha Hunter, Grace Smith,
Frances E. Baker, Mrs. ( has. H. Hen
ney ; Junior High School--C. C. New-1
house, principal ; Mrs. Hatriet Blaah
lield. assistant; Charlotte Kinnaird and ,
Gertrude Foley; Bark Street Bessie
Goyette, principal; Beatrice Pogue,
Sarah Nealeigh, Velma Wilkinson,
Emma Sehiemeskamp, Edna David,
Ethel Callaher and Mrs. Una ''ramer;
Coe Primary- Mrs. Henr'etta Corne
lius, principal; Maria-i Howe, Pearl
Gladden. Mrs. Margaret Campbell and
Wanda Sain.
Teachers who have tendered their
resignations and who expect to teach
elsewhere are : Call a Hunkins, Evan
geline Husbands, Lucretia Kodell and
Mrs. E. T. Walker, high iehoH ; Mrs.
H. G. Barklage. Junior High: Vera
Olin and Alice Tompkins. Park Street;
and Daisy Crocker, Coe Primary.
Mr. Cannon states that he has re
ceived several applications from teach
ers who wish to locate here because
the appeal Hood River has made to
them on passing trips. A Canton, 111.,
teacher writes that she w-uld Ilka to
come west, remarking thai Hood Biver
pleased her exceedingly on a niijlor
trip two years ago. Another normal
graduate from the middle west writes:
"1 passed throunh Hood River last
summer and like the ge m r
ance of the town. 1 woald
ply if there is any vacant'.'
I appear
like to up-
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
BIUDOK CONSTUUCTION.
Hood River County, Oregon
Scaled bids will 'be received by
the County Court of Hood River
County, Oregon, at the Court House
In the city of Hood River, Hood
River Cunty, Oregon, at 10 o'clock
A.M., on the 1st day or June, 1921,
for the construction of a 10 foot
concrete slal bridge near Rockford;
a :! foot by 4'foot concrete culvert
on the J. P. Tliompsen road; a con
crete retaining wall on the boat
landing road; and 600 cu. yards
irmi'iil gravel excavation on the
boat landing road.
No bid will be considered unless
accompanied by cash, bidder's bond
or certified check for an amount
equal to at least five (6) per cent
of the total amount of the bid.
A corporate security bond will be
required 'for the faithful perform
auce of the contract In a sum equal
r
THE U. S. ROYAL CORD
A famous tire and a famous tread.
Acknowledged among motorists and
dealers alike as the world's foremost
tsaiuple of Cord tire building. Al
ways delivering the same repeated
economy, tire after tire, and season
alter ifason.
The stripe around the sidewall is
registered as a trade-mark in t he U. S.
Patent Office.
Or
Jlow you can measure
tire value in 1921
Any
is a
full -
wulth.
V S. Tin
vniversat
m oncy '
OFTEN it's surprising the number
of different tire views that come
out in a chance talk at the curb or in
theleisureof a friend's garage.
Almost every day you come
across the man human enough
to believe he can outguess
cut-price tag on job
' "discontinued lines" and
surplus stocks."
His opposite is the hard-
car owner who sticks
year in and year out to a
standeurd brand as the only
-ational economy.
Many will remember the scarcity
of U. S. Tires last year.
A hardship at the time, but a bene
fit now. There are no U. S. Tires to be
worked off no accumulations no
forced selling of any U. S. brand no
shipping of tires from one part of the
the
lots.
pan
country to another to "find a market."
There are 92 U.S. Factory Branches.
Each one gets its share of U. S. Tires.
There is a broad, constant, even dis
tribution of U. S. Tires always going
on from these Branches to the dealer.
Buy a U. S. Tire anywhere
in a community of 500 people
or even less and you get a
fresh, live tire of current
production with all the orig
inal service and mileage the
factory put into it.
The owner of a medium or
light-weight car stands on
equal ground with every other
car owner.
Any United States Tire is a uni
versal lull monev s worm oackea up out
with a leadership policy of equal
quality, buying convenience and price
for everybody.
"Th tfrtfernt
fr - thst
United States Tires
United States Rubber Company
DICKSON-M ARSH MOTOR CO.
to one half of the total amount of
the bid.
Plans, specific ations, forms of con
trast, proposal blank!, and full in
formation for bidders may be ob
tained at the office of the County
Clerk. Hood, River, Oregon, upon
the deposit of $5.00,
The right is reserved to reject any
and all proposals or to accept the
proposal or proposals deemed host
for the county.
I!y Order of the County Court,
K 10 NT 8HOBMAKBR,
. County Clerk.
19-20-ttC
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
II Kill WAV CONSTRUCTION
Baby Home Subscriptions Made
Mrs. Ada Unruh, prominent Portland
club woman, was here lat week seek
ing subscriptions for the Albertina
Kerr Baby Home In Portland, Mrs,
Unruh came here from The hallos,
where, she stated, citizens wen mak
ing liberal donations to the children's
home. Mrs. Unruh stated that en
couraging subscriptions were being re
ceived here. She expects to raise a
$400 quota in Hood River county, and
a bed will be endowed ly Mrs. William
Stewart.
Mt-H Unruh. who whs taken to I'srk-
dale by Mrs. Stewart for an interview
with folk ol that community, slateu
that she also hoped for a bed endow
ment from the local Women's Relief
Corps.
New Parking Regulation! KUYctive
Hood River as well as Portland has
recently evidenced some worries ovrr
the parking of automobiles in the lim
itedfspHce available. The city author
ities have adopted new regulations
governing parking on Second itfMt,
and signs have been painted desig
nating parking spaces. No turning in
streets, except at intersections, will
be permitted. The witle street runs
north and South. Machines using the
east side of the street, must face the
curbing diagonally and down hill, On
the west side of the street cars must
be backed down bill diagonally.
The contract for Hood River's new
140,000 theatre building, to be erected
by Geo. W. Thomson and M. E. Mc
Carty at the corner of Fourth and Uak
streets, has been let to Baldwin &
Swope, who have already begun to as
semble material. The excavation has
been completed. The new structure,
to be occupied by A. S. Kolstad, will
be 51 by 100 feet. It will have a
mezzanine floor and balcony in addi
tion to the main auditorium. The
building will seat about 900, and will
be equipped, it is declared, as one of
the best show houses outside of Port
land. The stage will be 51 by 20 feet
and it is expected that leading dra
matic companies will be attracted
here from Portland for one-nieht pre
sentations. Mr. Kolstad left Monday for San
Francisco, where he will purchase a
pipe organ for the new theatre.
AT THE THEATRES
THE LIBERTY
Friday and Saturday, May 13 and 14.
Pathe presents Herbert Rawlinson and
a selected cast in "A Man and His
Woman." Also Eddie Polo on Friday
only in "The King of the Circus," The
flumps and International News.
Sunday only, May 15, Wanda Haw
ley in a screen adaptation of the bat
urday Evening Post story, "Sweetie
reach." entitled, "The House The
Jazz Built.1' This i. a very clever
and pleasing little story of how wealth
almost made a young married couple
sacrifice their happiness. Also a one
reel comedy.
Monday and Tuedsay, May Iti and 17,
The Liberty presents Wm. B. De
Mille's great super special. "Midsum
mer Madness," one of the biggtjt euc
cesses ever shown in Portland. This
picture played Portland at B0 ; we are
uoinr to show "Midsummer Madness,"
i Buster Keaton in a two reel comedy,
j "The Haunted Bouse," and Topics of
he hay, all at our utual prices of 10,
25, nd 3oe.
Wednesday and Thursday, May 18
and 19, the Hood River Post of the
American Legion presents, "Flashes
of Action," six thousand feet of film
taken by the Signal Corps, showing
all the western divisions in action dur
ing the late war. Pictures such as
you have never seen before and will
never see again. Also a two reel
Christie comedy, "Mr. Fatima," with
all star rust. This show is put on as a
benefit for the Amercian Legion and
the public is invited to give its hearty
support.
Friday and Saturday, May 30 and 31
Wm. S. Hart will be shown in "The
Testing Block." Alto The Gumps
cartoon: and International News.
Vera Koletad at the Liberty organ.
I!ithop Mead at Asbury Sunday
Bishop Mead, of Denver, who is in
Portland this week attending the con
vontion of Methodist bishops, will
preach here Sunday evening at 8
o'clock at the Asbury Methodist
church.
Hood River County, Oregon
Sealed bids -will be received by
the County Court of Hood Hlver
County, Oregon, at the Court House
in the City of Hood River, Hood Riv
er County, Oregon, at 10 o'clock A.
M., on the 1st day of June, 1921,
for construction work on a section
of road at Pine Grove. The work In
volve.i approximately throe-quarters
of a mile of Concrete Pavement, the
limits being more particularly de
tcrfbod as from Sla. 0 plus 0 at
S V corner of NW't of 884 of
Sec. 13., Tp. 2 N.R.. 10 E.W.M. to
Sta. 38 plus 40 155 dog. South and
142 dog. East of N. E. Cor. of S.W.
'iof N.E.'i of same Section.
No bid will be considered unless
accompanied by cash, bidder's bond,
or certified check for an amount
equal to at least five (5) per cent
of the total amount of the bid.
A corporate surety bond will be
required for the faithful perform
IBM of the contract In a sum equal
to one-half of the total amount of
the bid.
Plans, specifications, forms of con; i
tract, proposal blanks and full In-
formation for bidders may be ob
tained at the office of the County
Clark, Hood River, Oregon, up the
deposit of $5,000.
The right is reserved to reject
any and all proposals or to teoopi
the proposal or proposals deemed
best for the county.
rjOUlOTV COURT OF HOOD RIVER
COUNTY.
H. L. HASHROtTCK. County Judge !
V. H. BLACKMAN, Commissioner
OKo BHEPPA'RD, Commissioner.
Attest: KENT 8HOBMAKBR,
Clerk.
lfl-20-2tc
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
HIGHWAY CO NSTH U T ION
Florence Automatic
Oil Cook Stoves
and
Water Heaters
Save your high priced coal and wood and at the
same time cook in cool comfort.
"Florence" makesjts own gas and burns it with less
odor than any other.
"Florence" uses less fuel than any other.
"Florence", flame is hotter because of more perfect
combustion.
"Florence" is wickloss.
Florence Water Heater keeps supply of hot water at
minimum cost.
E. A. FRANZ CO.
Hood River County, Oregon
Seated bids will be received by
the County Court of Hood River j
'ounty, Oregon, at the Court House
ip the city of Hood River. Hood Riv
er County, Oregon, at 10 o'clock A. I
M., on the 1st day of June, 1921, :
for construction work on a section
of road near Odell. The work in
volves approximately three-quarters
Of a mile of concrete -pavement, the ;
limits being more particularly des-
cribed as from Sta. 16 plus 50 to
Sta. 55 plus 00, being mostly between
the north halves of Section 26 and !
27. Tp 2 N R. 10 E W M.
No bid will he considered unless !
accompanied by cash, bidder's bond j
or certified check for an amount :
eiual to at least five (5) per cent
of the total amount of the bid.
A corporate security bond will be
required for the faithful performance
of the contract In a sum equal to j
one-half the total "amount of the bid I
Plans, spedicatlona. form of eon
tract, proposal blanks and full In
formation for bidder may be ob
tained at the office of the County j
Clerk. Hood River, Oregon, upon the
deposit of $5 00.
The right Is reserved to reject
any or all proposals or to accept
the proposal or proposals deemed
best for the county i
COUNTY COURT OP HOOD RIVER
COI'NTY.
H. L. HASnROrCK. County Judge
V H BEACKMAN. Commissioner
C.yyo. SHKPP4RD. Commissioner
Attest: KENT SHOEMAKER.
K 20-2tc
FLASHES OF ACTION
See our Doughboys as they actually
fought in France.
Wednesday & Thursday, May 18-19
Hood KiverPost, hmukm Legion
Will present this official .cot film
&e Liberty T
ii
r
.'I
Buy your tickets, help '
see Qur boyi as they went int i
the hun.
and
Rublier Stamps at Glacier office"