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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 4, 1921)
nOOD RIVER GLACIER, TriTRSDAY, AUGUST 4. 1021
Following specials take effect Thursday the 28th
Good for two weeks:
Picnic Shoulders, lb. 25c Bulk Cocoa, - lb. 15c
Quaker Corn Flakes, m 10c Peaches, can 20c, doz. $2.25
I lb. 37c Brooms, 47c
A new barrel of bulk Corn Oil, same as Mazola. it gives fine
satisfaction and much cheaper than in cans.
Quart, 40c; Half Gal., 75c; Gal., $1.36.
Bulk Peanut Butter, lb. 10c Bulk Salted Peanuts, lb. 15c
Bulk Corn Starch, 3 lbs., 25c
Consolidated Mercantile Co.
HOOD RIVER ODELL
Going stronger than ever. Are
you saving yourself a dirty,
disagreeable job by availing
yourself of our free crankcase
service. Come in and see how
pleasant it is.
ML HOOD MOTOR CO.
FRIDAY, AUGUR 12th, is the date
Now please don't be too late.
At eight o'clock sharp, we will assemble all.
In the M. E. ( IU RCM. just above the Library Hall.
For admission we warn that we'll sue,
For each letter in your name pennies two.
Then will be a program sedate.
Following which we will eat ICE CREAM AND CAKE.
Fare 15c each way
Uart Hrht at Harl Hold
Lmf dwi 0i at Elrrhic Kilcim
Other drive at reasonable price
Office: Electric Kitchen.
S. E. BARTME55
FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND LICENSED EMBALMER
Licensed with Oregon's firsl class of Embal me n. Phone 1381, 3821
HOOD RIVER, OREGON
Hood River folk will have an oppor
tunity of serving genuine North Amer
iean bison for the 1921 Christmas din
ner. A. H. Leonard, n;iles manairer
for the "Seotty" Philip BtttTalo Herd,
of Fort, Pierre, S. D , Thursday sold to
A. F. Davenport a buffalo to be de
livered the week before Christmas.
Mr. Leonard, a son-in-law of the late
Mr. Philip, who developed the herd
from 70 selected animals, says that it
has become necessary to sell off a part
of the bulls anually, in order to make
room for the increase. The Philip bi
sion herd now numbers 1,000, and'is
declared the largest in the world. Mr.
Leonard states that the big ranch,
with a range of over 20.000 acres, has
supplied animals for Yellowstone and
Glacier National parks and for the
zoos of various cities.
"The study of the buffalo," Mr.
Leonard declares, "is an extremely
interesting one. In these days of con
tinually grinding divorce courts, soci
ety might well pause and consider the
fidelity of the American bison. Male
or female, the buffalo mates but once.
The buffalo is strictly monogamous.
Our herds are reared under wild, nat
ural conditions, and we never make an
effort to domesticate our animals.
"The buffalo." he declared, "is the
king of the storm. He faces the fierc
est Dakota blizzard without flinching
and survives, while less hardy animals
of his kind perish. "
Sweet Corn Harvested
The first sweet corn of the season
here was harvested last week by Geo.
(',. Gladden, from his backyard garden.
Sweet corn from truck garden patches
is not yet on the market. Mr. Glad-
den's corn was of the Gill's Extra
Church Vacation Begins
The services of Riverside Community
church Sunday were the last until after
the August vacation Bession. Ihe pas
tor. Rev. W. H. Roddy, will leave this
week for Ocean Park with his familv.
The choir, under direction of Mrs. C.
II. Bletton.'tod with Miss Sara Howes
organist, arranged the following pro
gram for Sunday morning:
Organ prelude, "Evensong, Dudley
Buck ; solo, "My Redeemer and My
Lord," Dudley Buck, Mrs. Sletton;
offertory, "The Swan," St. Saens ;
anthem, the short Te Deum, Dudley
Buck ; postlude, "Marche Romaine,
Trucks Carry Fruits and Melons
Fruits and melons are leaving and
arriving over the Highway in Mid-Co
lumbia districts at the present time in
arge tonnage. Last week a motor
truck, loaded with California water
melons, was sent here from Portland
by the Pacific Fruit & Produce Co. anil
the product distributed to grocers.
Daily trucks, loaded with The Dalles
apricots, pass through here over the
Highway en route to Portland.
CMM of Appendicitis
When the bowels are constipated,
the lower bowels or large intestines
iccome packed with refuse matter,
that is made up largely of germs.
These germs enter the vermiform ap
pendix and set up inflammation, which
s commonly known as appendicitis.
fake Chamberlain's Tablets when
needed and Jkeep your bowels regular
and you have little to fear from appendicitis.
Abandoned ( amp Fire Brings Fine
W.G. Skidmore, Rochester, Wash.,
man, was assessed a fine of $5 Friday
by Justice of the Peace Onthank on a
charge of leaving a camp fire burning
near the Highway, just west of Cas
cade Locks. Mr. Skidmore and a son
had camped on a small stream. As
they were breaking camp Forest
Ranger Albert Weisendanger happened
by, noting the burning camp fire. The
men aided in extinguishing the fire,
built near rotten logs, which, it was
stated, might have been ignited and
caused a forest fire.
Searches of records and reliable ab
stracts made by Oregon Abstract Com
pany, A. W. Onthank, Manager, 305
Oak" Street. Phone 1521. jy'20-tf
of the First National Bank, of Hock!
River, County of Hood River, State of
Oregon, showing the amount standing
to the credit of every depotitor July 1,
1!I2I, who has not made a deposit, or
who has not withdrawn any part of his
deposit (commercial deMsits), princi
pal or interest, for a period of more
than seven (7) years immediately prior
to said date, with the name, last
known place of residence or postofficc
address of such depositor, and the fact
of his death, if known.
L Hammond, Hood River $3.07
C. E. Hall, Hoot! River 11.08
Jas. Hart, Hood River $3.00
T. Hirasawa, Hood River $l.Nr
State of Oregon, County of Hood
I, S. J. Moore, lieing first duly
sworn, deiH.se and sav upon oath, that
1 am the Cashier. of the First NationsI
Bank of Hood River, County of Hood
River, State of Oregon; that the fore-
going'atali mcnt is a full, true, correct
and complete statement, showing the
name, last known residence or post
office. address, fact of death, if known,
and the amount to the credit of each
depositor as required by the provisions
of Sections 10160-10163, inclusive. Ore
S. J. Moore.
Sultseribed and sworn to before'me
this l.Mh day of July. A. D. 1921.
C C. Crew,
Notary Public for Oregon.
Mv commission expires January
22nd. lt23. jy21all
J. D. McLUCAS
Prar-x al worker ia HsM, Con
crete. Hnck and Piavr
Exraiatuig. trading. Ktc.
In the County Court of the State of
Oregon fur Hihki River County.
In the Matter of JM Estate of Mary
Judsor Sidney, Deceased.
To H. M. Sidney :
In the name of the State of Oregon
vou are hereby commanded to appear in
the County Court of the State of Ore
gon for Hood River County at the
Court Hcue in the City of Hood River
. n the k nd dav of September. 12L
at the Issur of 1.30 p. m., then and
1 therv to shoar cause, if any exist, why
the said H. M. Sidney should not t
removed as executor of the above en
Witness the signature of the Honor
able H. I . Hasbrourk. Judge of the
above ent iled court, this lith day of ,
July, 1521. and the seal of said court
hereto amxad. Kent Sfxaemaker.
Seal County Clerk.
Mt. HmM Camp 319. R. N. A. meet
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
After an automobile accident
you may need a doctor, lawyer
and a banker.
A doctor to patch up the victim.
A lawyer to attend to bis claims.
A banker to furnish you the
money to pay the damages.
All these demand money much
more than we ask for a Travelers
Automobile Policy, which pays
these expenses for you.
J. W. CRITES
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
How handy would electric
lights be, thus eliminating
the drudgery of cleaning
lamps. We have an electric
system that is just the thing
It makes a
I.. :. U l l is
J. W. sum
BALDWIN & SWOPE
Plans and Sketches for all Classes 0
Construction Work and Alterations.
No Job Too Rig or Too Small.
Our Work is Our Recommendation.
BROSI1 s Bl 11 DIM.
HOOD RIM K. OKI GON
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THE FASHION STABLE'S
Parkdale Auto Stage
Loaves Hood River dailv at
4.30 p. m.
Leaves Parkdale Daily at 8
a. m. (except Sunday I.
Kvery Saturday Leaves
Parkdale at 6 p. m.
1 will furnish funerals complete
for adult (or fion. This in
cludes neat ami attractive caskets
and all the courtesies and services
ef a first class funeral director.
Where desirable the finest and
highest priced obtainable is always
S. K. BARTMESS
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.id to see I
I you and your fnends at I
I any time at
I THE APPLE BLOSSOM CAFE
STAR BRAND SHOES
are made of solid leather because
in all the history of shoemaking there
has not been devised an adequate sub
stitute for solid leather.
THERE'S QUALITY AND WEAR
IN EVERY PAIR.
In Workmanship, Style and Finish, "Star
Brand" shoes set the standard of distinction,
and the prices they speak for themselves.
"Star Brand" shoes are made in all grades and
styles for every member of the family.
Star Brand Shoes
Come in and see for yourself the values
we have for you. We guarantee to reduce
your shoe bills.
ALL LEATHER SHOES
J. C. J0HNSEN
HOOD RIVER, OREGON
We appreciate your business
You'll Save Money By
You who have been waiting for lower prices
before you laid that hardwood floor, renewed those
old walls and ceilings, re-roofed 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 inconv eniences 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
from storm. Every day you put off inside repairs
the trouble increases and the total expense be
Come in today and let us figure your job.
Begin gelling the benefit now.
Emry Lumber & Fuel Co.
BRIDAL VEIL LUMBERING CO.
Fourth and Cascade
Everything carried by a
W luive at a
KELLY BROS. CO., Inc.
. L DAVENPORT
Grower and shipper Apples. Pota
l.tev f ni..n. Seed Potatoes (rue
variety" I he Best that's Crown"
All kinds of Produce solicited.
117 Front St. PORTLAND. ORE.
IN TIRE PRICES
32 x 3
33 x4 .