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HOOD MVEfi GkLACIER, THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1021
We Are Repairing"
We have secured (he services of on
experienced motor mechanic,
MR. U NISON
and are equipped to do any kind of repail obs
on Passenger Cars or Trucks. We have in
stalled a lorIn mill for boring cylinders and
are able to ive you quick, ellh lent service.
Our meats and groceries are of the best
Phone your orders to
SANITARY MARKET & GROCERY
HOLM AN & SAMUEL
Vote Yes 302 Soldiers Loan and Bonus Bill
DR. J. WILLIAMS
DIES VERY SUDDENLY
Funeral' services for Dr. Josephua
Williama, aged 71 and native of Ohio,
were held from the family residence in
the West Side orchard district, .Satur
day mornine, Rev. Gabriel S kes, Das-
tor of Asnury Methodist church, offi
ciating. Interment followed at Jdle
wilde cemetery. Members of the Ma
sonic LodfN acted as pallbearers and
the Masonic funeral rites were ob
served. An escort of the Grand Army
accompanied the body and observed
ritualistic services at the graveside.
Or. Williams, who moved with his
family at the ae of six to Iowa, died
suddenly Wednesday night from a heart
attack. Ilia death came as a great
shock to his family and friends.
Or. Williams served during the Civil
war with Company G, 47th Kegiment
of Iowa Infantry. After the war he
was married to Miss Charlotte M
Conger, who survives. Or. and Mrs
Williams celebrated their 50th weddintr
anniversary three years ago. Or. Will
iarns attended medical schools at Keo
kuk, la., and at Omaha, Nebr. He
practiced his profession for 27 years
at Kenesaw, Mebr. tie and Mrs.
Williams moved here 14 years ano.
Mrs. V. C. lirosius is the only surviv
ing daughter of Or. Williams.
The funeral was directed by S. K.
When We Weigh Out
Coffee, tea, BUff&r or other
groceries we don't care if
the customer re-weighs it
when she gets home. For
correct weight is just as
much a specialty with us
as high class things for
the table at low quality
prices. We don't cut
prices at the expense of
cither quantity or quality.
N. H. MacMILLAN
On The Heights
SHIPPERS TO LEAVE
Representatives of various Hood
River apple shipping concerns will
leave the latter part of the week for
Cincinnati to attend the annual con
vention of the International Apple
Shippers' Association. William Irwin,
recently promoted from assistant sales
managership of the general office to
the managership of the New York City
exports and domestic oflice of the Ap
ple Growers Association, will leave
Saturday for the east. Mrs. Irwin
will accompany him as far as Idaho
points, where she will stop for a visit
with friends and relatives before go
ing on to New York. P. F. Clark will
tttend the Cincinnati meeting.
Others who will go from here for the
apple marketers convention include
It. W. Kelly. II. F. Davidson, and C.
W. McCullagh. W. R. Woolpert left
Id days ago on a tour of various fruit
belts before proceeding to Cincinnati.
William S. Ouckwall, of Indianapolis
will represent Ouckwall Hros. at the
JPKOl . . J. BUDL05Q
Manchester, .. 11.
"I am in good health for the first
time in thirty years and I give Tanlac
the entire credit," said Professor C. J.
Rudlong, well-known and highly re
spected citizen of Manchester, N. H.,
living at 42 School street.
"From the time 1 was a bov I
couldn't sit down and eat a meal with
out being in misery afterwards from
ndigestion. During all these years I
was alllicted with rheumatism, too.
It was all over mv body.' but especially
oad in my feet and let's and at times I
couldn't get from mv bed to mv chair
without help. I was almost a nervous
wreck from all these years of suffering
and could not half do my work. 1
hoped for nothing more than temporary
benefit from Tanlac, as I believed it
impossible for any medicine to give me
entire relief, but this is exactly what
1 anlac has done.
ror trie nrst time since 1 can re
member I eat anything I want and di
gest it without trouble. I haven't an
ache or a pain and have put on eighteen
pounds in weight. I just feel good all
over and enjoy lift.' as I never did be
fore. Having put Tanlac to the test I
do not hestiate to say that it is the
greatest medicine of "the age for stom
ach trobule and rheumatism." Adv.
ANOTHER BIG SHIPMENT
of Eastman Cameras and Supplies have arrived and we can now
show you all the new designs.
Eastman Cameras and Films
Can be had from us in all styles goods are all new
(just in) and stock is fresh.
We carry the latest devices in SELF-TIMER (take a picture of
yourself), PORTRAIT ATTACHMENT, SKY FILTERS, COLOR
FILTERS, and NEW STYLE TRIPODS.
Let us do your DEVELOPING AND PRINTING. We give
you "Sandy Service with a Smile."
Yours to Serve KEIR Reliable Druggist
TRUNK ROAD ISSUE
Bright eyes, a clear sk ir. und a bod ,
full of youth and health may be
yours if you will keep your systerr.
in order by regularly taking
PAINTS for every purpose
Brushes, Kllsomine, Varnishes, Oil and Varnish Stains,
Wax 'n everything for the Furniture and Floors.
Let us It'll you how to apply them.
FORBES, 109 4th Street
Opposite Kmry Lumber and Fuel Company
HT. HOOD RAILROAD COMPANY
Time Table No. 33
Taking effect Wednesday, October 29th, 1919.
i Al 1
The world's, standard remedy for kidney
liver, bladder and uric acid troubles, the
enemies of Hie and looks. In use since
1696. All ilr'ii . ti three sizes.
Look for the namn Gold MeHnl on every box
and accept no imitation
Ol'TII Hoi Nil
No. S No. 3 No. I No. 2 No. 4 No. o No. 8
Malar Motor IH 'IMUIJ Dally at , M r
52? nailv KzeP Stations Kxoapl Bsoepl 0,or Halurd
Doily "? M'nfl': " s iay smi.iav Daily only
J. Mm A. M. A. M. I- M. A. M. I M. j I'. M.
4 .00 10.46 " (X) ... Lv. Huod River Ar... 1.00 .25 2.15 .4o
4.03 10.48 h. or Powerdak 2.57 1.8 -Ml I i.41
4.12 10.57 8.15 Switchback 2.50 15 2.04 i..'14
4.2i 11.10 8 25 Van Horn 40 !' 02 1.52 (1.22
4.211 11.19 8 ,'tO Molir 2.86 8.68 1.48 H.18
4.85 11.18 8.40 Otlell 2.30 8.53 1.43 B.ll
4.40 U. 23 8.45 Summit 2.26 8.4 1.36 6.06
4.43 11.26 8.50 Rlomdier 2 20 8.42 1.32 6.01
4.47 11.30 0.00 HolMein 2.10 8.37 1.27 5.57
4 50 11. 38 !. 05 Winana 2.05 8.34 1.24 5.5-1
4.57 11.38 20 Dee iM. 2.00 8.30 1.20 5.50
5.02 11.43 0 25 Tmnt t'reok 11.15 8.25 1.15 5.45
5.12 11.63 M.35 Wood worth II. OS 8.15 1.06 5.35
5.17 1'J.OOilOOU Ar. Psrkoalt Lv.... 1100 8.10 1.00 6 30
M. I A. M. I A. M. A. M. T. M. P. M.
Steam, t Motor.
Owing to lialtad apace M Motor t'.i- ! trunk anl heavy liacgage will lie
handle'! on the steamtraitiK, either in advance ' or following the panHeugers.
ARE YOU PREPARED
for t hi- coming cold month V
If you have ever experienced
tin ineon v e n i en ce of lieittg
OUlght without a surlicient sup
ply of coal to keep your home
vt II heated, we do not have to
remind you of ordering early.
W. can nake deliveries today
t the hiKhest grades of coal.
Taft Transfer Co.
I mtrui I
Anderson Undertaking Co.
4...C. A N Dl RMlN, Sole Proprietor
Licensed Embalmer and Funeral Director
County Judge Ilnshrouek last week
ceived a report from Teal. Minor &
W infree, Cortland attorneys, announc
ing that approval of the issue of the
Hood Kiver county road bond issue of
8860.000, recently voted for joint con
struction with the state of the valley
trunk line of the Mt. Mood Loop High
way. The fund provided will finance
a half of the grading and surfacing of
the new road with rock and leave a
small balance, it is said.
Ex-Service Man Suffers From (iasing
The peculiar action of a young man.
apparently suffering from mental aber
ration, attracted attention down town
Sunday afternoon and police officer
were notified. The stranger visited
several parked automobiles leaving
cushions and coats badly disarranged
When officers accosted him he told
them that he was ill, that loose valves
in his stomach were causing him much
trouble. He imagined himself an auto
Officers persuaded him to go to the
city hall, and a physician was called
Harry V. Wood, traffic officer, former
ly of The Hallcs, arrived while tht
stranger was being examined and rer
ognized him as a young man mimed
I '" le, of The Dalles, an overseas
world war veteran. Young Joyle
health was broken by shell shock and
gas attacks, it was stated.
Knaf!rment Is Announced
At a dinner par t y nt the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Nichols.
Miss I la Nichols last Thursday evening
Honored miss r.wa .jhckhoii, Wlio an
nounced her engagement to t'orbett
Alexander. The wedding, it is staled.
will take place in September.
The bride elect is one of the charm
ing memliers ot Hood Itivers younger
set. HIM is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. 1). (',. Jackson. Mr. Alexander
is engaged in the automohlic business
He 18 a great war veteran, having
been called to the colors with the old
Twelfth Company. Oregon Coast Arti
lery Kegiment. He was overseas with
the ti.'ith Kegiment, C. A. C.
Miss Stanton Advances
Miss Hazel M. Stanton, daughter of
ex-County Judge Stanton and former
ptincipal of the Oak (Jrove school, ac
cording to letters received by friends.
has received appointment as psvfiol
ogisi oi musical taient at tne r.asiern
School of Music at the University of
Kochester llSew Jorkl 1 he nut hod
of testing musical talent is novel.
Miss Stanton, who holds a bachelor's
degree from the I'niveroitv of Nebras
ka, has been a member of the psychol
ogy faculty of the Jvew l ork eiluca
Paul Werners Bins Farm
i'aul M. Hlowers. purchased a 20 has
acre farm place in the I'pper Valley.
Mr. Mowers will move at once to the
i ppcr aney piace wnn nis WHO), tie
plans tin developing his tract to gen
Mr. Mowers has sold his Sherman
avenue home to Kd C. Abbott, who
will move there at once with hi
IBM old BJItff Hat Bmi Onr
Mrs, Mahala tturna. Savanna, Mo
relates an extt-rience, the like of whi. h
has hap'tened in almost even rngh
borhood in this country, and ti as been
ttdtl and related by thousands of others.
as follows: "1 used a bottle of Cham
berlatn's Clie and Diarrhoea Kerned v
about nine vears ai-n and it cured me
(dvsenterv.L I had another '
r n tj Tpwirivs n m n
ars ago and a few d.wes of this w '
lv cure.1 me. 1 have rei oinmerslttt ! 1 r" 1 ,r 1
pcj I Telephone Office 10S1: reidene XI U
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for Hood Kiver County.
I.I). 1 weedy, Administrator of the
hstate of .lames M. ( bitty. Deceased.
versus Klisha L. Welsh, et al., Defend
lo Klisha I . Welsh, Ada I,. Welsh.
v.. t . I.aughlin, Jane W. I.auuhlin. K
K. Vallier, and Elizabeth Vallier. De
fend en ti,
In the name of the State of Ore son
You and each of you are herebv re
in i red to appear and answer the Com-
aint. filed herein against vou and each
of you, in the above entitled suit on or
icfore the expiration of six weeks
from the date of the first publication
of this Summons, viz.. on or before
the Nth day of August, 1821. and if
you fail so to appear and answer, for
want thereof, plaintiff will apply to
the Court for the relief praed for in
the Complaint, to wit :
For judgment on that certain prom
issory note set out in the complaint in
the sum of $1,000.00 with interest
thereon at the rate of 8 per cent since
the 20th day of August, 1020, until
paid; for costs including attorney'
tees, and for a decree of foreclosure of
that certain mortgage set out in the
complaint, and sale of the following
described real property, to wit:
Lots I en (10) and Ihirteen (!:!) of
Shepler's Subdivision of Mock One (1),
I leasant View Addition to the City of
Hood Kiver. Oregon. And for such
other and further relief as to the Court
may seem just and proper.
ion and each of vou are hereby
served with Summons by order of the
Hon. H. L. Hasbrouck, County Judge
of Hood Kiver County, Oregon, made
and entered on the 20th dav of June.
I'.rji, wtucn order prescribes that vou
anil each of you shall appear anil
anwser the complaint herein on or he-
fore the expiration of six weeks from
the date of the first publication of this
Summons, and you are notified that the
date of the first publication of this
Summons It the :10th dav of June, 1021.
John Itaker, Hood Kiver, Oregon,
jn:itall Attorney for Plaintiff.
C. A. RICHARDS
111 2nd Street
WE KEEP IT
t -T r
taaamm lb I flaa
Safeguard your family's health
Lavatories that have no metal work to be cleaned above tho
Slab; closets with extra large water surface and thin, sanitary
flushing rim, which insure the maximum in non-soiling ad
vantages; bathtubs made in the latest designs and always easy
These are the features that safeguard the health of your family
when your bathroom is equipped with Maddock fixtures.
Let us give you figures on health .'urance of this character.
You'll find the rate is low for the years and years of protection
that Maddock equipment affords. Ask us about it today.
FRENCH & GIBBON J
908 Twelfth Street j HOOD RIVER, ORE.
H. J. FREDERICK
Offiee, Smith Mock, Kootn 2. Tel. 3644
HOOD KIVKK, ORE.
A. J. DERBY
HOOD RIVER. OREGON.
M. E. WELCH,
LICENSED VETERINARY BURGEON
IN OLD HUNT PAINT SHOP BUILDING
Every convenience. Equipped to care for every member of
the family, from father and mother down to the child who
wishes his hair cut or bobbed for the first time. A lifetime
of experience enables me to give Hood River the best in
massages and shampooing.
In prepared to do any work In
ry fine. He can be found by
to the KaNlilon HtHbln.
i tie vsterlD-
eallliig hi or
& LIOHT CO.
Alw.iys at Your Scrvico
Tel. HA First afl Ilk. BUg
H. S. BRAAKMAN
Painting, Tinting and Papering
L. L. MURPHY, D. D. M
Room 1 11-15 Broflim Bids,
DR. N. PLYLER
Chiropractic and Electric Treatments,
Rooms S3, 24 and 26 Moilbroaoer Bklg.
Phone IfMlt. Hood Kiver, Ore.
R. C. GLANVILLE
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Room l Nation Band Bonding
Hood River, Oregon
H. L. DUMBLE,
1'HYKICIAN AND BURGEON.
Calls promptly aaserSTMl In town or country
i 'iy in .-m m ill .
Teleplionna: Kexlili e. Kill: OmYe, 1241.
OSMS 111 Hie BrimlUH Hundley
B. B. POWELL
Plumbing, Heating and
Sheet Metal Work
.HO Csjtcnde Avenue
HOOD RIVER, OREGON
S. A. DOCKSTADER
PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING
Player pianos a specialty
Lento orders at Bloenm'i Booh store
DRS. ABRAHAM AND SIFTON
PHYSICIANS an.! BURGEONS
Room- 17, M, 20 BtOflhM Building
Ken. Phones; lr. Abraham lift.
Ir. Sifton MIS. Otliee 1151.
DR E. O. DUTRO
PHY8ICIAM AND SURGEON
Office: Hall BMg., Phone loTl
Hour", 2 to I p. m.
Residence: Otlell. finMss, OoOll f
Hour: ! to 11 a. m.
E. D. KANAGA
Physician and Surgeon
August is the month of vacations, happy outings
,on mountainside or deep forest. The appetite is ren-
It rod unusually keen. Never does food taste bettor
Hum around the campflre.
Our store Is heackjuarters for the camper's every
food need. If you will lei us know the number of
your parly, the time you expect to lx gone and
when you are going, we will be glad to prepare
IARAQII7B & CAM tki
j t A lv Mr
Dr. Carolyn Underhill
Smith Hi. titling Telephone 2021
Offiee 4J1 1
Otliee in Kliot
H. D. W. PINEO, D.D.S.
Teh phone :;:: I li H I KIVER
When you think of
a Drug Store
CHAS. N. CLARKE
Phone your orders Phone 1262
415 OAK S I RF ET
huckabay & barger Hood River Motor Car Co.
Plumbing and Tin Work Hmn sun- i
PIPELESS FURNACES M k M km i si i ios
Telephone IHI Fourth and State Streets
it and shall continue to do so f I
know it is a ijuick and positive core
for bowel trouliles."
Card ot Tlunb
We wish to express fratituile and
appreciation to our many friend for
their beautiful flower offerinxs for our
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Kuhrman.
Ot'n-e over Rntler Hank
Hood River Box Co.
I or Your Roves
t iur.il I iimht'r Bustn's
i , l i'lri'ii. No 1112
DR. W. F- JONES
Chiropractic and Electrotherapy
jMiiiti. SeiliHee, rldei and Ook Sliwu
Hwi River, re)tio
Office Hmira. a, ni. to S p m. I'hone J3S1
o-ihrr Hour by Appointnwm
E. L. SCOBEE. D. D. S.
Monro Bi iLHixtt
Office Hours: 8 s. m. to i p. m.
Office Tel. 3161 Residence Tel. 3412
ON THE MOVK
TRANSFER & LIVERY (().
We prow in this country lo
calise we move so fast A
nation that stands still slips
hackward. Our transfer
l-usiness is one that moves.
We move anything and
everything, including our
st'lvt's. Get a move on you
and find out why we do the
transfer business of this