The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933, July 07, 1921, Image 9

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HQOI) RIVER GLACIER, THURSDAY, JFLV 7, 1021
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BRIEF LOCAL MENTION $
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H. L.
Hasbrouck, Optometrist.
J. K. Watkiii8 Product, sold by Geo,
Wilile. 1312 13th Street. Tel. 123. jl3tf
Forbes doeis paint lag, sign work ami
Mldalaioff, Tel. 3UU. m9tl
M. 0. Boe was down from the Upper
Valley last week on business.
W. K. Clark, Mount Hood orchardi.st,
was a business visitor here last week.
Born -To Mr. and Mrs. Merton Da
kin, Tuesday, June 21, a daughter.
C. F. Stouffer was down from Dee
last week on business.
Just arrived -Imported Swiss hand
kerchiefs. Monner s.
Insist on genuine Ford parts when
having your car repaired. Dickson
Marsh Motor Co. i25tf
Telephone 2181 when you wish to
reach the Bradley Brick and Tile
Works. jy7
Dr. N. Plyler, Chiropractic and Elec
tric treatments. Rooms 23-24-25 Heil
bronner bldg., tele. 1833, Hood Kiver.
Eyes scientilically examined by H. L.
Hasbrouck, Optometrist, Heilbronner
Bldg. f8-H
J. St. John Benedict was down the
first of the week from the Upper Val
ley looking after business matters.
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Cameron mo
tored to The Dalles to celebrate the
Fourth.
bilk and Organdie dresses made to
order. Specimen dresses are now in.
Monner's.
The Cameron Motor Co. last week
sold a 2-ton White truck to A. A. Hu-
kari.
Dr. E. H. Hayden has left for Port
land to spend the next six weeks visit
ing friends and relatives.
Miss Charlotte Clarke spent the
Fourth in Cascade Locks celebrating
with friends.
Highest cash price paid for your used
furniture, stoves and rugs. Call McOlain
at E. A. Franz Co. aSOti
Insist on genuine Ford parte when
having your car repaired. Dickson
Marsh Motor Co. n25tf
All Summer hats, including some
beautiful tiage patterns, at half price.
Blouses at cost- Monner's. JU,
Signs that emphasize the individual
ity of your businegs and presonaity of
yourself. Manser. 1'hone 5497.
S. G. BIgbert after a visit with rela
tives and friends here, has returned to
his ranch near Vancouver, Wash.
Born To Mr. and Mrs Winifred
Quinn, of the Odell district, at the
Storksnest, Sunday, July 3, a son.
Born To Mr. and Mrs. Norman
Shrum at the Cottage hospital, Sunday
July 3, a daughter.
All filniH leit with us op to 4 o'clock
p m. are out the following day at 4 p.m.
In at four out at four. Slocom-Douner-berg
Co. jy22tf
H. S. Braakman painting, papering
and decorating. Sells paint and wall
paper. Contracts made small or large.
Phone 2404. Cor. 3rd and Oak. mlL'tf
Dressmaking. Work guaranteed and
prices reasonable. " Mrs. W. 0. Sum
mers, K. F. 1). 4, Portland way, 1 mile
from Oak Grove Store. jn30
Dr. Carolyn Underhill, who has been
in San Francisco attending the annual
convention of the California Dental
Association, has returned home.
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn B. Shoemaker,
who now reside in Astoria motored
here the Fourth to visit relatives and
to attend matters of business.
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Moore spent the
week end in Portland celebrating the
Fourth with Mrs. Moore's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Furnish.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Towle and son,
of Clarke county Washington, were
here over the Fourth visiting Mr. and
Mrs. John Kroeger.
Highest quality coal is cheapest. Utah
King Coal is ''lean, hard and highest in
heat. Emry Lumber iV. Fuel Co. Suc
cessor to Hood Siver Fuel Co. b21 tf
Slutz Bros, have sold a hoist to Bald
win & Swope. It ht equipped wilh a
Fairbanks-Morse engine. The latter is
becoming popular locally.
Fred Coshow, accompanying Mr. and
Mrs. Rhea Luper, the latter en route
by automobile to Heppner, left for
The Dalles last week for a visit.
Joseph K. Gerber and Watson S.
Barr, of the Arcady Press, Portland,
were here last week, having motored
up over the Highway.
Mrs. Fordham Kimball ard son left
last week for a visit of several weeks
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. C.
Gilman, of Seattle.
Cash Hadley, of The Dalles, and W.
E. Lovett, of Fresno, Calif., en route
to Collins Storings, were recently here
calling on friends.
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Bennett were
called to Portland last week by the
fatal illness of Mrs, Bennett's father,
A. E. Noyes.
T. L. Castle, after a visit here with
his son on the West Side, has left for
Goodlett, Tex., for a visit with a
brother.
Mrs. Genevieve Canfield and daugh
ter, Miss Mildred, of Portland, were
here over the Fourth visiting Mr. and
Mrs. A. D. Moe.
Searches of records and reliable ab
stracts made by Oregon Abstract Com
pany, A. W. Onthank, Manager, 305
Oak Street. Phone 1521. jy20-tf
Wood for the range or furnace. Dry,
sound slabs, lti-in. hodv fir or cord wood.
Emry Lumber & luelCo. Successor to
Hood River Fuel Co. u21tf
Mt. Home Camp 3409, R. N. A. meets
2nd and 4th Fr days of each month at
old K. of P. hall. Mrs. Kiniiia Jones, Re
corder, Mrs. Elizabeth Rodger, ). nilTtf
There are no conditions in it motor
car that can hurt a Ray battery other
than wrecking or freezing. Guaranteed
unconditionally for two years. 8. D"
Cameron, Cascade Garage jnltitf.
Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Gothals spent
the week end at their orchard place at
wnite salmon. 1 hey participated in
the White Salmon Fourth of July cele
bration. Mrs. H. S. Butterfield, accompanied
by her daughter, Mrs. Warren Young,
and husband, motored up from Port
land to spend the Fourth on her Bel
mont country place.
Brother Joachim, of St. Mary'w
church, who has been suffering from
blood poisoning, returned the first of
the week from Portland where he had
been for treatment.
Mr. and Mrs. A. I). Moe returned Sat
urday from a 10-day motor trip. Thev
toured east as far as Dayton, Wn., re
turning by way of Wenatchee, Yakima
and Sound points.
C. F. Johnson has sold his interest in
the Blue Diamond Electric CoJ to
Flovd Gibbs. Mr. Johnson left yester
day for Chicago to join Mrs. Johnson
and children.
Mrs. Marbyeth Crowell has returned
from Sheridan, where she has been
caring for her sieter, Mrs. A. E. Hays.
The latter, formerly a local resident,
has been very ill.
Miss Ruth Hill, who has been at
tending Jefferson high school in Port
land, has arrived to spend the summer
on the orchard place of the father, M.
M. Hill.
Harry Hilts has been painfully ill at
his home from blood poisoning. The
wound made by a small ingrowing hair
became infected and his foot became
so swollen that he could not walk.
Take one of the Fashion Motor Huses
to Portland. Cars make four round
trips daily, leaving Hood River as fol
lows: 9.9) ai.d 11 a. m. and 2 20 and
4.30 p. m. apr7tf
Our kodak finishing is in charge of I
Mr. Donnerberg - a finisher of experi
ence. If you are having kodak troubles
ask Don about it. His experience is at j
your service - with a emile. Slocom iV. 1
Donnerberg Co. jy22tf
Every grower should see the "Small
G roweri Model," Cutler grader now be
ing displayed at the Mt. Hood MotorCo. j
show room. Requires small amount of !
space to operate and small amount of I
cash to buy. juPOtf I
Perigo & Son gave the vinegar com
pany's new canned beans a good send
off. The window display at the Star
grocery was very appealing.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rand, L. C.
Heizur and Commodore and Mrs. Dean
journeyed to The Dalles Monday for
the celebration.
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Perigo and
children spent the Fourth in Milwaukie
with Mrs. Perigo's sister, Mrs. M. D
Jamaaon, and family.
Mrs. Geo. Dysart, of Centralia, ar
rived the first of.the week for a visit
with her father, Leslie Butler, and
brother, Truman Butler, and family.
Mrs. Hugh Hazlett, accompanied hv
her daughter, Mrs. Ruby Hazlett Rich-
! es, is here for a visit with her son, J.
H. Hazlett, and the family of C. N.
Clarke.
Vincent & Shank during the past
week have had a handsome exhibit of
"Mountain Maid" pork and beans and
other Vinegar Company products in
their big show windows.
Mr. and Mrs. Bevy Apperson, of
McMinnville, and Irving Huntington
and Frederick Wilson, of Portland,
motoring up over the Highway, called
at the home of F. A. Cram Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. El Williams and Mrs.
Ed French and families, of The
Dalles, en route to Trout Lake for an
outing, were joined Monday by Miss
Lenore Cram.
Miss Evelyn Cram spent the week
end in The Dalles visiting friends.
She returned honie with Howard Coo
per, who motored up to the neighbor
ing town Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Waldie and
children joined Mrs. Waldie'a parents,
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Blagdon. of Port
land, on a motor trip to the coast over
the Fourth.
Miss Gertrude Huelow, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Buelow, after a va
cation visit with Mr. and Mrs. E. A.
SchifHer at Penleton, has returned
home.
Mrs. E. F. Allison and daughter.
Miss Catherine, and Allen Grubbs, ar
rived Monday from Alabama for a visit
with Mrs. Allison's brother, Judge
Derby, and family.
Mr. and MrH. Leonard Freygang, of
Dolgeville N. Y., arrived last week for
a visit with Mrs. Freygang's brothers,
E. A. and Bruno Franz and families.
They were taken over the week end by
the former on a motor trip to Seaside.
Mrs. J. H. Copper, who recently ar
rived from Eagle, Ida., for a visit
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. F.
Davidson, will leave soon for Portland
to join Mr. Copper. The latter is lo
cated there in business.
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Childa and sons
spent the Fourth with Mrs. Child's
mother, Mrs. S E. V. Weber, at the
latter's Underwood ranch home. Mrs.
Childs and the boys remained for the
week.
The following local folk were in Ta
coma Monday for the automobile races :
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert S. Field, Mr.
and Mrs. J. L. Stewart, Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Forry, Hal Nesbit and A.
Potter.
Mrs. G. A. Molden, after a visit at
coast points and in the Willamette val
ley, returned home the latter part of
last week. She was accompanied by
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bernardi, and Mr.
and Mrs. William Schafer, of Salem,
and Mrs. anil Mrs. S. L. Jones, of
Portland, who remained over for the
Fourth.
Herman llulljert, who has been asso
ciated with the T. H. Pepper Co. and
American Fruit Co. in California, has
arrived here to take charge of the ac
counts of Dan Wuille & Co. Lew An
derson, who formerly had charge of
the office, has left for Portlarnd. Mr.
Hulbert is a young eastern college
man, a graduate of Hamilton College.
Four years ago Thomas Ltivier made
the first and greatest advancement in
battery construction since lead plate bat
teries were put in automobiles' Yon
can take advantage of this great dis
covery by buying the Ray battery from
S I). Cameron at the Cascade Oarage.
Ask about the battery and find out why
it is different.
OUR HALF PRICE SALE
will continue until further notice
Make your preparations now for Fall requirements at just Half Price
Blankets, Underwear, Flannel Shirts
School Shoes for Girls and Boys
White Shoes for Summer and early Fall wear
Dress Shirts, Neckwear, Hosiery, Hats and Caps
We can give $1.00
values for 50c
FRANK A. CRAM
It pays to save
while you can
The Consolidated Mercantile Co. has
done its part this week in getting the
Hood River public acquainted with the
newest Mountain Maid sister, the vine
gar company's pork and beans. The
show windows of the Htore were filled
with attractively displayed bean cans.
The Women's Auxiliary of the
American Legion will meet at 2.30
o'clock Saturday afternoon at Library
hall. Delegates to the Eugene con
vention will make their report. A so
cial hour will follow the business ses
sion. Ralph Boot, formerly owner of a
large EastJSide orchard place, is now
engaged in business in New York city,
where he has become manager of an
abrasive company. News of Mr. Root's
new business was received in a letter
to E. E. Brett.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Knapp, who re
cently returned to Aberdeen, Wash.,
their home for the past year, from
southern California, have arrived here
to resume their residence. They will
erect a home in the city. A new ranch
home will also be built.
The ciano pupils of Miss Ruth Howes
recently participated in a recital at her
home. The little girls gave their pro
gram from memory. Those presented
by Miss Howes were: Elizabeth Der
by, Helen Boddy, Joyce Nye, Eleanor
Derby, Virginia Abraham and Char
lotte Clarke.
Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Nichol, of Mo
sier, were here over the week end vis
iting Mrs. Nichol's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. K. Carson. Uther week end
visitors were : Dr. Frank E. Smith
and family, of Portland. Mr. and Mrs.
Horace" Foulkes, of Portland, motored
up for the Fourth at the Carson home.
Miss Laura Rand, member of the
year's graduating class of the Univer
sity of Oregon and manager of the
1921 girls' glee clnb, has just been
elected soloist and Precentor of the
local Christian Science church. Miss
Rand recently moved here from Port
land with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. E. Rand.
Having been selected corsetierof this,
district by the Spiral la Corset Co.. 1
wish to say to the ladies that I am now
ready to receive orders for made to
measure corsets and will call at your
home at your convenience. Mrs. Fred
Howe, til3 Cascade Ave. Telephone 17H3
for early appointments. jn2.'ttf
Members of the fire department
ANNOUNCING
JULY CLEARANCE SALE
Effective in Every Department
A merchandising event that will permit you to
substantially on all strictly seasonable needs as well
Merchandise of every character.
Watch For The Big Posters
save very
as staple
FREE!
Extra Pair of Trousers
with every suit order of
Shayne-Bnm
Hand Tailoring
PURE WOOL FABRICS
Order today this offer is
for limited time only.
MEN'S & WOMEN'S OUTING SHOES
Good durable Shoes suitable for your
outing trips and made with a view to max
imum comfort. 10, 12, 14 and 16 inch tops.
In every way up to our usual high quality
standard.
spent Tuesday evening eliminating
dangerous dry grass on vacant hillside
i lots. The motor fire engine accom
! panied the "safety first" gang.
The Hood River delegation of the
' Daughters of the Nile, an auxiliary or
ganization of the Mystic Shrine, re
' centlv entertained their husbands at a
: dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C.
C. Anderson. Sixteen couples were
present for the pleasant dinner party.
H. W. Hamlin, of Underwood, was
here Tuesday en route to I'ortland on
business. He says the White Salmon
Fourth of July celebration was well
attended. Mr. Hamlin also declares
that motor parties visiting the Mount
Adams country were never more nu
merous. The following were 'guests at the
East Side home of M. M. Hill last
week: Dr. and Mrs. ('lark Mack and
daughter and Miss Ura Carey, of Fort
land, and Mr. and Mrs. Hen Snyder
and daughter, of Tacoma. The visitors
motored here. They were pleased with
local scenic and road conditions.
The merchandise shoot of the Hood
River Gun Club, scheduled for last
Sunday, was postponed until next Sun
day because of lack of pigeons. A
shipment of discs failed to arrvive in
time for last Sunday's event. The
tournament of next Sunday is expected
to be an interesting one.
The Tuesday Lunch Club will prob
ably journey once a month for the reg
ular Tuesday luncheon to the Columbia.
Gorge Hotel. The suggestion, while
no formal decision has been made, met
with practically unanimous approval
Tuesday. The other Tuesday lunches
will be taken at the Hotel Oregon.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Leslie, accompan
ied by their children and Mr. Leslie's
mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Leslie, and
George Finley Marlor, grandson of Mr.
and Mrs. S. F. Bljthe, motored up
from i'ortland for a week end visit and
to celebrate the Fourth. Mrs. Leslie
is Mrs. Blythe's niece.
T. J. MILLER SHOT
BY LUTHER FAGAN
Drifting With the Tide
(From Skamania County Pioneer)
John Hevins and Lee Garwood had
the experience of drifting towards the
rapids in a dead gasoline launch last
week and when they were picked up
by Smith's ferry boat, the boys claim
the rapids looked as high as mountains
and were roaring like a Kansas cy
clone. The two had gone up the river a few
mileB when the engine refused to
work. They were making their way
to the Washington shore until thev
came to the eddy which kept them in
mid stream and rapidly drifting down.
People in town and in the country,
that heard them shouting st first
thought the old steamer Tahoma had
gotten back in the river and was
blowing a distress signal. They surely
did shout, and a good thing they could,
for they would have drifted over the
rapids in a short time had they not at
tracted the attention of the ferryman.
LADIES' BOOTS
$7.45 $8.95 $9.85 $12.45
MEN'S BOOTS
$7.45 $10.45 $13.85 anJ $14.85
All Other Shoes at Reduced Price
New
Jantzen
Swimming Suits
and Sox to match
New
Ladies'
Khaki Breeches
Extra Quality, $2.48
Where Statistics Spell Something
Of all the business failures recorded
in 1920, a leading authority asserts
that 84 per cent were firms that did
not advertise.
Some of these firms may have fig
ured that they were saving money by
not advertising, but quite likely what
ever they saved was used up by over
head ; and they failed to realize that
overhead can only be taken care of by
volume and that volume is best in
creased by intelligent advertising.
If in 1920 when it was easy to sell
goods, 84 per cent of the firms which
failed were non-advertisers what will
the percentage be in 1921 when there
is keen competition in production and
selling.--The Informant.
Dodge Brothers Used Cars
I ced Dodge Brothers car which an
excellent mechanically and m appear
ance are now on our floor. We say t
you that here you will obtain more use
enr value for your money - more motor
ear per dollar. Model-of 191H and l'll'.l
now priced at from $700 to 7 P0. Bm
nett Brothers. jn23tf
O.-W. R. & N. ( o. Time Table
WEST BOUND
No. 23, Portland Express.... 4:40a. in.
No. 11. Spokane Port. Pas... 5 :.Vi a. m.
No. 19, St.I.uis, Kan. City, - 1Q
Denver, passenger. . I '
No. 1, Pendleton-Port. Ixx-al . .3 :20 p. ni.
No. 17, Chi., Omaha, lenver, i
Kan. City, Salt Uke - 5 ill p m
to Portland, passeng'r )
EAST BOUKO
No. 24, Port-Salt Lake, paslL' :-V a. m .
No. 2, Port. -Pendleton Ix-al...H:4. .. m
No. 18, Poi t., Salt Lak.-, In, l
Luther Fagan, just out of the peni
tentiary, shot T. J. Miller West Side
orchardist.at his ranch place about noon
yesterday, and then, threatening to
kill the women, forced Mrs. Miller and
her daui'hter. Louise Miller. In wri
ter an automobile. He disappeared at Nannies and
once in the car. hut srierill Johnson " aucoma,
later heard of his having been sighted
near Tuckers Brige. r agan declared
he was going to kill the women. He is
believed insane, and posses feared that
they would find the wreck ot the auto
mobile. The car occupied by Fagan,
whose penitentiary term has just ex
pired, wus reported to have been
stolen from the Miller home.
Fagan, indicted here two years ago
on a charge of attempted rape, Miss
Watkins being the complaining wit
ness, was found guilty by a jury. Ac
cording to the testimony at the trial
he followed the young woman, who
had been superintendent in a southern
California hospital, north. The testi
mony tended to show that he attempt
ed to intimidate her. He was alleged
to have assaulted her one evening
while the two were on an automobile
ride on the West Side. Miss Watkins
is a daughter of Mrs. Miller.
Fagan escaped from the penitentiary
a little over a year ago. He was re
captured in eastern Oregon.
lhe bullet made a llesh wound m
Mr. Miller's chest. It struck a rib
and was dellected across an arm. It is
miraculous that the bullet did not pen
etrate the chest wall, it is said.
A boy 11 years old, named Anderson
who was recently taken by Mr. Mill
from the Portland Bovs' and Girls' Aid
Society home, was aUo forced to ac
company the party in the automobile
Mr. Miller was not felled by the bul
let wound. Kagan with the gun still
on him and threatening to shoot again
forced the man to walk to his home
He permitted them to summon Dr. M
Ihrane, and even while the physician
was there, Mr. Miller says, the worn
en were kept under the gun. Fagan
permitted Dr. Thrane to leave for the
hospital here with Mr. Miller, but
threatened that he would kill
women if any report was made of
to officers.
Bert Lamnman and wife to Minnie
Lemon, S 60 feet of lot 4. blk 3, Park
hurit Addition.
Eliza A. Habersham to Ellis E.
Burns and wife, lot 7, blk 1 in Blowers
Addition.
August Paasch to Fred Paasch and
wife, 10 acres in Pine Grove.
J. F. Thompson and wife to Warren
.1. Gibbs and wife, lot 3 of Thompson's
First Add. to Parkdale.
Lilly B. Brock and husband to J. P.
wife, lot ti, blk 2. Town
an Addition to Citv of
nooo rover.
W. II. Scott and wife to E. W.
Strong and wife, 40 acres in Fir.
First Church of Christ. Scientist
Service! will he held in Church
Building, 9th and Kunenc, Sunday, 1 1 :00
a. in. Subject: Sacrament.
Sunday School at 11a. m.
Wednesday service, 8 p. m.
Tin- reading room is open daily from 3
to 5 p. in., in the Church.
Immanuel Lutheran
9th and St Ue Sts.
Service in Engligh at 10.45. Sunday
school at 9.45. Young Peoples' Society
Friday. 8 p. m.
P. Ililgendorf, Pastor.
the
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FRUIT CONFERENCE
IN I'ORTLAND SOON
Kan. City, Omilii,
Chicago, iangr I
No. 4. St. Louis, Kan. City, f .
Denver, passenger . . '
No. 12, Port. - Spokane, St. I
10 ".'a ii,
:20 p. m.
Panl. Chicago
keen to
in the Whirl.
Blobaoo The gtrl la very
icet In the whirl.
Taylor Then tell her to com down
to our office and com? In by the re
volving door when a crowd of mesaen
e-r boys are going through.
Ewfc
Rubber Stamp at Glacier office;
Fruit growers from six states of the
Northwest, including representatives of
local shipping concerns and growers,
will assemble at the Chamber of l orn
meree in Port land, July 11, 12 and 1.'!,
for the Western rrint Marketing con
ference. Problems confronting the in
ousiry will he lully discussed anil a
program for remedying the present
evils is slated to be drafted. P. O
Powell, secretary-treasurer the Ore
gon State Farm Bureau, with head
quarters in Portland, has announced
the program for three days' sessions,
which are sponsored hy the state farm
bureaus of Oregon, Washington, Cali
fornia, Montana, Idaho and Utah.
George A. Mansfield, of Medford,
president of the Oregon State Farm
Bureau, is scheduled to speak on the
amalgamation of existing co-operative
marketing associations and organiza
tions of additional units.
The subject of financing the growers
and acceptance of fruit paper by local
and federal reserve banks has been
assigned to F. A. Huncan, president of
the Yakima National Bank. Yakima.
Wash.
E. A. Bryan, of Boise, Idaho, will
discuss the future of cooperative mark
eting. The necessity for an annual western
fruit marketing conference will be ex
plained by Ward M. Sackett, of Ham
ilton, Mont , manager of the Montana
Fruit Distributors.
The problem of pooling of purchases
is to have an important place on the
program. A speaker has not yet been
assigned.
The success of the Oregon (o-oiera-tive
Growers' Association in its adver
tising campaign will be told by C. I.
I-ewis, assistant general manager of
tne association. Information will lie
given on advertising various western
fruit.
TRANSFERS OF
REAL ESTATE
ANOTHER
HOOD RIVER
PRODUCT
Just in the market is
Mountain Maid
Pork and Beans
They are very fine and we are
glad to recommend them
guarantee every can.
and
Try this brand next time and
pass judgment on them. We like
then) and believe you will.
The Star Grocery
" Good Things to Eat "
PERIGO & SON
(By Hood River Abstract & Inv (To.)
Allen K. Graham, to C. P. Malloy
ml wife, lots 7. 8. f. 10, 11 and 12 in
blk 2. and all of lots 1, 2, 3, 5, 6. 7. .
10, 11 and 12 in blk 3, and all in Town
site of Cancade I"ks, and lots 4 and 14
in blk 3 in Tow n of Cascade Ixicks.
J. C. Meyer and wife to Lowell M.
Nickelsen and I.. F. Brazeau, W. 40
feet of lot 1 I Add to Hood River
Proper.
Kittie 4c and hushand to r.l'zabeth
May Mutrie, lot 8, blk C in Coe's 3rd
Add.
M. E. Wright and wife to Fred S.
Williams, lots 2, 3 ard 6 in blk A of
Barrett-Si pma Add.
G. OHu Jefferson and wife to F. M
Houston I Ireland and R .tU
acres in Middle Valley-
John Lenz to C R.
10 acre in Oddl.
Ireland, 40.93
McCoy and wife
HOOD RIVER
HEIGHTS JITNEY
SCHEDULE OF TRIPS
(Subject to C-hariir')
DOWN
U P
A. M. P M. A. M. P. M.
7.M 12.50 8.06 12.05
8 20 1.20 8.35 1.05
8 50 1.50 9.0 1 35
9.20 2.20 9.35 2.05
9 50 2.50 10.05 2.35
10.20 3.20 10.35 3.05
10.50 3.50 11.05 3.35
11.20 4 20 11.35 4.05
11.50 4.50 4.35
5 20 5 06
5.50 5.35
6.50 6.05
7.20 7.05
7.50 7.35
.'ii 8.05
8 50 8.35
9.20 905
9.35
The above schedule daily eieept
Smidav.
Sunday and
at 9.50 a m.
Fare
holiday trips start
15c each way
Leave HeijMs at brt lateL
Leave am leva at Brdric bean.
Office : Electric Kitchen.
Phone 1191