The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933, July 21, 1921, Image 4

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    HOOD RIVER GLACIER, THURSDAY, JTJYL 21. 1021
CORD
'A
ES
Now Selling at the Lowest
Price Level in Tire History
30x3
32x4
34x43
- $24.50
- 46.30
- 54.90
(And Other Sizes in Proportion)
Tire repair men. who judge values bet, class these tirea aa
having the sturdiest carcass made. Forty-seven high
grade car manufacturers use them as standard equipment.
They are the quality choice of cord users.
This new low price is made possible by trictest economies
and specialized production.
Plant No. 2 was erected for the sole purpose of making
30x3!4-inch Non-Skid fabric tirea With a dairy capacity
of 1 6.000 tires and 20.000 tubes, this plant permits refined
production on a quantity basis.
All materials used are the best obtainable. The quality is
uniform. It is the best fabric tire ever offered to the car
owner at any price.
HIGHWAY AUTO CO.
HOOD RIVER, ORK.
"MOUNTAIN MAID
See our Window Display of
Mountain Maid Pork and Beans
These goods are packed in Hood River by
the Hood River Apple Vinegar Co. and are of
the highest quality. Try some in your next
order and get the habit of asking for Moun
tain Maid. Sold on a money back guarantee.
iciodi
CAMPING TIME
Camping time is here and we are prepared to fill
your needs for everything you require in the
grocery line to make your trip a success. We give
special attention to camping orders and we are
sure we can please you. Give us a trial.
cziorzzl
SPECIALS
A few specials taking effect Thursday the 7th
for two weeks:
Swift's Pride 22c Bacon Back, lb. . . . 25c
Bulk Macaroni, 4 lbs. 25c Bulk Spaghetti, 4 lbs. 25c
hoc
Consolidated Mercantile Co.
HOOD RIVER ODELL
US SIR. WE STAND
M MINI) IT
If this Willard auto bat
tery fails to gift you com
l .'t-satisfaction and Rood
long-service, bring it hack
and we'll gift you another
that will make good or
u-'ll make good by re
funding your money.
The threaded rubber insulation.
MOORE ELECTRIC COMPANY
PHONE 1782
Mattress Making and Renovating
Tads. $3.50.
Mattress, from $4.50 to $7.50
I pholstering and Furniture
Repairing
CARPET CLEANING
Sleep and rest well on a Hood
Kiver made mattress.
Wright's Mattress
Works
417-418 May Street
PHONI tttt
LOCAL FERRY IS
BEST ON RIVER
The new ferry, the Cleona, named
for Misses Cleo JohriHon and I.ona
Van Allen, daughters of the owners,
J. M. Johnsen and Homer (L Van Al
len, is declared by widely experienced
motorists to be the best on the Colum
bia river. The craft is declared one of
the best in the Northwest.
Last Thursday the Glacier man was
driven to the boat land inc hv (lennrp
C. Gladden of the Mt. Hood Motor fVi
A new Nash was taken for a trial trin
across the river. All agreed that the
new boat was capable of handling the
traffic between the Columbia River
Highway and the North Hank, a truffle
that is growing heavier everv dv
Mr. Van Allen is oilot of the new
boat. He is rirnnil at It. Sinr-n nut.
ting the Cleona in commission he says
ne wonuers now ne ever nanaied trame
with the old Panama.
The Cleona is of a siise that gives
the passenger a sense of utmost secur
ity, the windiest day on the Columbia
doesn't cause her any worry. She is
equipped with a huge 80 H. P. semi
Deisel engine, which burns crude oil.
The powerful motor chugs steadily
ahead, and doesn't change her tune in
the least, even though a wave sub
merges the paddles. The boat is 56
feet from stem to stern. She meas
ures 22 feet, inside measurement, from
star board to larboard.
The Cleona is equipped with electric
lights. She is double ended, and no
matter which way she is traveling.
she is going straight ahead. The boat
has carried 12 big automobiles and two
sitddle hordes at a single load. While
the owners were designers of the new
craft, she waa built by A. S. Sheplar,
formerly one of the owners of the
ferry system, who has made a name
for himself as a ferry boat builder,
having built the Panama, which the
Cleona eucceeds, and other craft.
The new boat is equipped with elec
tric lights, generated by the big motor.
WAGON LICENSE UP
TO SUPREME COURT
Pecause of the agitation over local
Portland truck delivery licensing, the
following dispatch to the Oregonian
from Oregon City, appearing last
week, will be of interest here:
The supreme court will be asked to
decide whether the Oregon City ordi
nance known as the vehicle ordinance,
passed last month, and putting a li
cense of $10 a month a vehicle on de
livery cars and trucks delivering goods
to Oregon City merchant!" from outside
points, is legal. About 50 Portland job
bers and manufacturers who deliver
their products to Oregon City met yes
terday afternoon in the Chamber of
Commerce rooms to diKUfl ways and
means of combating the ordinance, and
decided to lay the matter before the
supreme court. The meeting was pre
sided over by J. W. Vogan, of the
Vogun Candy Company.
A number of methods of retaliation
were proposed by those in attendance,
among them a proposal that the city
council be asked to pass an ordinance
putting a tax on Clackamas county
farmers who sell their produce to the
Portland markets. The suggestions re
ceived will be held in abeyance and for
consideration until the supreme court
renders a decision on the Oregon City
vehicle license.
Why Not?
Editor Glacier: The governor ap
pointed a committee of three as per a
resolution of the recent legislature to
investigate and report additional
sources ot taxation so that the VJ2.1
legislature would have some place to
get more money to run the gieat state
of Oregon. Along comes Wm. L. Fin-
ley, known to most nature lovers, in
an open letter to the governor and sug
gests that the state raise some money
from the fishing industry. I he salmon
ack for 1800 totaled over 112.000.000,
The last legislature appropriated $91,-
iOO of the taxpayers money to raise
more fish for the salmon packers to
pack, lhe state collected over 160,000
in angler's licenses, which money goes
to the state hatchery tund, according
to Mr. Finley, also to raise more fish
for the commercial interests.
The United States government col
lects $12,500 a year from the Columbia
Kiver Packers' Association for seining
privileges off Sand Island near the
mouth of the Columbia river. The
state of Minnesota collected $105,000
from commercial fishermen who se
cured from the waters of that state
carp and other trash fish which the
fishermen sold for $275,000.
What kind of business are the people
of Oregon In that they can afford to
raise 1160.000 from the taxpayers in
order to subsidize the salmon packers
of the state of Oregon? What is the
argument used on the legislature that
the salmon packers are entitled to this
money at the expense OI inerestoi
the state? Tax Ferret
Mr. Cannon Breaks Rib
City School Superintendent Cannon
sustained a broken rib last week in a
peculiar manner. Mr. Cannon, mounted
on a stepladder, was engaged in prun
ing a mulberry tree, using a set of
large hand pruners.
Mr. Cannon had tried vainly to cut
off a large branch. Finally he placed
one handle of the pruning shears
against the tree trunk and grasped the
other with both hands, exerting bis
full force on the tug. When the limb
was severed.the end of the handle was
plunged Into his left side.
"1 do not think one of Jack Pemp-
sey's blows could have been much
worse," says Mr. Cannon, who it
forced to wear his torso in a cast as a
result of the accident.
Rubles Displays Fine Dahlias
Judson G. Kuggles, foreman of the
composing room oi me uiacier, raises
dahlias as a hobby. He has a hundred
varieties of the beautiful sieoies of
Sow. Seventy new and gorgeous
varieties have been planted in his
gardens.
Mr. Kuggles has arranged with the
rirst National Bank and the Fran
ttofl to display daily a bououet of a
different variety'. lt Friday he be
gan his displays of gorgeous blooms,
and a different color daily, from now
on until frost, will appear on the bank
desk. The large flowers are creating
a great interest.
A Milenilid Mcdicliif for lhe Stomach
n ! Liter
"Chamberlain ' Tablets for the stom
ach and liver are si ltrdid. 1 never
tire of telling my friend? and neigh-l-ors
of their qualities," writes Mrs. j
William Vollmer. Eastwood, N. Y.
When bilious, constipated or troubled
with indigestion, give them a trial.
They uiil do you good.
Films. Caniefas, Plmto Supplies.
MK-.-n. .v iK'UUerU-rg Co. uiVll
PEARL OIL
(KEROSENE)
STANDARD OIL COMPANY!
(CALIFORNIA)
You can't afford
to drive without it
The man who fails to take out
Travelers Automobile Liability In
surance because be thinks be can
not afford it, certainly cannot af
ford to drive a car.
It takes infinitely more sacrifice
to scrape together money enough
to meet a $5,000 damage award,
than it does to meet the reason
able sum we ask as premiums.
Take no chances on a heavy loss.
Include your insurance as one of
the necessary maintenance costs
of your machine.
J. W. CRITES
Phone 1331
HELPFUL HINTS
Let us make some sugges
tions in behalf of the house
wives of Valley homes.
During these days of lei
sure, when compared with
the rush of harvest days
just ahead, plan some do
mestic improvements that
will lift the burden from
your wife, Mr. Orchardist.
Let us install a Fairbanks
Morse engine to put running
water in your house and
kitchen.
How handy would electric
lights be, thus eliminating
the drudgery of cleaning
lamps. We have an electric
system that is just the thing
for you.
SLUTZ BROS.
Tel. 3173
Ask your
dealer
for
Havoline
Oil
It makes a
difference
I.. C. HA I l IN
I W SUOIM
BALDWIN & SWOPE
CONSTRUCTION CO.
Plans an. I Sketches for all Classes of
BaiMlBgl Furnished.
Construction Work and Alterations.
No Job Too Pig or Too Small.
Our Work is Our Recommendation.
MtOStl S Bt ELDING
HOOD RIVER, OREGON
Phone 3NM
THE FASHION 51 A 15 1 1 5
Parkdale Auto Stage
Phone 1201
Leaves Hood River dailv at
4.30 p. m.
Leaves Parkdale Daily at 8
a. m. (except Sunday).
Every Saturday Leaves
Parkdale at 6 p. m.
Funeral Director
I will furnish funeral? complete
for adults for 1100. This in
cludes neat ami attractive caskets
and all the couitesies and services
of a first class funeral director.
Where desirable the finest and
hitrliest priced obtainable i always
on band.
S. EL BARTMESS
THOUSANDS OF MEN
all over the country- and many
right in this town have learned
from pleasant experience that
they get honest values every time
they buy
STAR BRAND SHOES
All Star Brand Shoes are designed for com
fort and they perform their part. They do
not need to be "broke in"- they're made
ready to wear at the factory and comfort
able at the start.
CZ30EZD
Star Brand Shoes
Are Better
We have an assortment for men and
boys so come in and look them over.
ALL LEATHER SHOES
J. C. JOHNSEN
You'll Save Money By
Remodeling Now
You who have been waiting for lower prices
before you laid that hardwood floor, renewed those
old walls and ceilings, re-rooled the house or barn,
or built the garage- this message is directed to you.
Do you know that lumber and building mate
rial prices are down forty per cent ?
Do you know that you can repair or remodel
cheaper than at any time in the past five years ?
Do you realize that every day you wait not
only inconveniences you but costs you real money?
Building material prices may come down more
we think not but every day you delay in getting
the new garage deprives you of the use of it, and'
causes you to pay out money for garage rent.
Every day you delay roofing the barn and the
home, makes your property more liable to damage
trom storm. Every day you put off inside repairs
the trouble increases and the total expense be
comes greater.
i, Come in today , and let us figure your job.
Begin getting the benefit now.
Emry Lumber & Fuel Co.
BttccQMon to
BRIDAL VEIL LUMBERING CO.
Phone 2181
Fourth and Cascade
The Pheasant
AND
Hotel Oregon Dining Room
NOW OPERATED UNDER ONE MANAGEMENT
Our Soda Grill and Tea Room,
operated in connection, make an
ideal arrangment for handling
luncheons, dinner parties, etc.
We invite inspection of our
new quarters.
GhQ PHEASANT
OREGON HOTEL BULDING
SECOND STREET
We will be jrlad to
you and your friends
anv time at
THE APPLE BLOSSOM CAFE
S. E,. BARTME55
Kl Mewl AND LICENSED EMBALMER
Ucensed w.th Oregon's first class of En ibalmcrs. Phone 1 381 3821