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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 11, 1921)
HOOIMIIVKK GLACIER THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 1021
AH I HI K I). MOE. PuMUher.
Subscription, 82.00 Per Year.
Display advertising, per Inch, traiiBlent rate
26 cents rlrsi time and 2U cent for same adv.
again; contract rate, find time M ceutH and hi
ceutti for same adv. agHin.
Lix'ai reading nut low, Scents per line.
Classified Ada. - 25 cent tor one liiBertlon, 5
1 1 lies or lens; 10 cents for each additional Inser
tion of Name ad
When subscribers desire a change in address
this office should he notified promptly, and a
week before If pnaslhle. Always give old ad
dress aa well as the new. Also, Hood Klver
subhcrlhers should notify IbiSOflMM at once
when changing I heir addresa from one rural
route to another, or from city delivery to
country delivery, or vice versa. If you do not
get your paper promptly, notify us hy mall or
telephone and the matter will be Investigated
THE APPLE OUTLOOK
Comparative conditions of the east
ern and western apple crop this year
and last are reversed. Last year re
ports from all Northwestern districts
indicated a short crop, while the ton
nage of the barrel sections was at a
record hiRh mark, ihis year the un
varying reuorts from sections east of
the Kocky Mountains indicate an ex
tremely small crop, while estimates of
all Pacific Northwestern box sections
are considerably larger than last year.
Crop conditions are good, and the
market outlook is promising. Every
thing indicates that the growers of
good apples in the N:rthwest will sell
his fruit at a heartening profit.
We hear much talk of buying inter
ests, advising growers not to start
marketing their product at a price so
high as to curtail consumption and
thus put the brakes on the deal at the
outset. We endorse such recommenda
tion, but we would go to some lengths
in advising buyers to use all of their
influence in seeing that the apples do
not cost the ultimate consumer an ex
cessive sum. The added cost, tacked
on to a box of apples to pay profits of
innumerable middle men and retailers,
too frequently reaches an exorbitant
figure before the ultimate eater gets a
chance at the fruit. The apple buying
interests will be rendering growers
real service if they will aid In cutting
this mounting cost of getting a box of
apples to the householder.
Mr. Aplin, of the HiKhland'Mill, has
for several years urged growers to
plant spare land to buckwheat. Mr.
Lynn, of the West Side, has demon
strated that the crop will yield well
here. Much of the buckwheat grown
here could be utilized at the local mill.
Have you picked any huckleberries?
It may be cheaper, from a money
standpoint, to buy them, but the 're
creation you will get in a hike to the
berry fields will be better than any
medicine you may buy.
With the mercury hovering at 96,
most all of us Sunday, as we read of
the Stefansson polar excursion, wished
that we could go along.
FOREST FIRE ALARMS
THE UPPER VALLEY
The west wind made new friends
here Sunday evening when it broke the
sweltering calm and relieved the dis
comforts of the hottest day.
Hop to it now and help Mr. Haker
put the Koad Hog in the same class
w'th the Dodo Bird.
If you are going into the forests, lie
extremely careful with that campfire,
are just around the
AT SUMMER SCHOOL
An interesting article on the devel
opment of tho Northwestern apple in
dustiy, with emphasis on the trend of
events in the Hood River valley ap
peared in the current issue of Hotter
Fruit. The article was written by
Charles I. Moody, former Upper Val
ley orchardiwt who is now advertising
manager of the horticultural publica
tion. h'dited by W. H. Walton, who spent
many years here in the period when
orcharding was in the formative per
iod, and with Jerrold Owens, shrewd
young newspaper man as business
manager, Better Fruit i pears to be
making steady progress as a medium
for keeping growers informed of con
ditions of market and field news.
THE BROADSIDE OF RIDICULE
Ridicule is the most effective wen'
on that can be employed against such
an organization as the Ku Klux Klan
The laughs that have been created by
the activities of the Klan members
themselves and the stories thereof
all the preBS have been many. Except
for the members of the organization
nobody seems to be taking the Invis
ible Empire very seriously in tht
Northwest. We suspect that some of
the members are not feeling too great
ly impressed with the solemnity of the
Some of the activities of the Ku
Klux Klan would indicate that one of
the impelling motives for its spread
comes from the entrance fee of $10.
A few thousand members soon results
in the assembling of no moderate sum
TI1E HOOD ERUPTION
An actual volcanic eruption of Mount
HOOd might prove an added tourist at
traction for us Oregonians. Indeed,
the disturbance r rid this week wi
direct further publicity to the noted
peak. Hut it will be difficult for us to
beliee. as some of the press reports
maintain, that the old crater has
aroused after years of .sleep.
We hope the disturbance will be in
vestigated by geologista and that they
will give us an authentic report. We
have had disturbances on our side of
the mountain similar to that on the
south side Monday. The slides and
so-called eruptions, however, -lsuaHy
follow extended hot spells. They n
suit from the great pressure of pjMNMd
up water from melting snow and ire.
It is likely that the eruption of Mon
day will prove to have been of this na
ture. Remember the case of Mr. Sk d
more, who left a burning camp fit
near Cascade Locks'Jast week and was
assessed a fine of $5 for .the careless
ness. Such fires mav spoil a se tmn of
the scenic Highway roadside timber
and result in general inconvenience.
This is the season when exceeding tare
should be exercised in use of
B. H. Conkle, principal of Hood
River high school, and Virgil Cameron
wer registered from Hood River in the
University of Oregon summer term
which closed recently. Mr. Conkle
made a strong bid for the tennis cham
pionship of the summer term and 11 n
ished second among 26 contestants
Mr. C ameron is a regular student at
Twenty-six counties in Oregon, 12
states of the Union andlfour foreign
countries were represented by students
on the Eugene campus during the
summer term of the University of Ore
gon. A total of 342 students were en
rol led in courses at the Eugene session
and there were 514 more taking work
in the extension center of the univers
uy in fori land. I he enrollment on
the campus was 57 per cent greater
this year than that of the previous
The 1921 summer term is declared
by university authorities to have been
the most successful ever held. A large
number of the students enrolled were
teachers from all parts of the state
and the school of education had one of
the largest, enrollments of any In the
The recreational program arranged
by the school of physical education
proved a most popular feature of tho
session, besides the provisions made
for regular sports a series of week end
outings were planned. These outings
included the climbing of Spencer's
butte, Haldy mountain and a three-day
trip up the McKenzie river to the
heart of the Cacasde mountains.
Among the speakers at the daily
assemblies were President P. L. ('amp-
bell, of the university ; I Jr. Henry S.
( urtis, of Oberlin : Ohio; Dr. Joseph
Sehafer, former head of the university
history department and now director
of the Wisconsin Historical Society;
Dr. Horace A. Eaton, of Syracuse
University, a member of the summer
term faculty; Professor Harold Tut tie,
of Pacific University ; Superintendent
S. O. Hartwell, of the Minneapolis
schools, and Dean (xilin V. Dyment, of
The first serious forest fire in the
Oregon National Forest raged on Bear
creek, a tributary of the Middle Fork
of Hood river, and a large body of val
uable timber was threatened the first
of the week. T. H. Sherrard arrived
Tuesday to direct ngnttrs. Nearly a
section ol brush land and timber was
burned over. Forty men attempted
vainly Tuesday to bring the fire under
control. Twenty "Japanese were sent
by automobile to the scene Monday
night. The fire, it is thought, was
started by campers.
Reports from Parkdale yesterday
stated that the fire was being brought
under control. By night, it was ex
pec ted, unless a shit t of the wind to
the east occurred, the crews would
have the burn surrounded.
Mrs. E. N. Blythe's Nephew Victim
A nephew of Mrs. E. N. Blythe
jonn .lasway, or uakianu. Ualit., was
a victim of the wreck of the Alaska,
which sank Saturday night after strik
ing a reef off Cape Mendocino. The
young man was accompanying his
mother, Mrs. Bernard Jakway, and
sister, on the return home after a visit
with Portland relatives. The latter
two were rescued.
The father, who is a member of the
University of California faculty, is
traveling in Europe.
Mr. and Mrs. Wythe and children.
after a visit with Mr. Blvthe's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Blythe, re
turned to Portland Sunday.
They expected to attend a family re
union gathered to say good bye to
Mrs. Jakway and children, who were
originally planning to take the Rose
City south. But the journey had been
hurried and the local vistiors found
their relatives already off on the ill
HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX FINE CLOTHES FOR MEN
H"M'H-H-H'-H I I'M 11 11 i I i l i
J PllfrJ, FLKS AND PEA Til Kit I
i MH ill H-WHM l-H-wi'li wn
R. V. Foreman Sunday at the range
of the Hood River Gun Club broke 97
out of 100 pigeons, the record score in
this class of contest for the local club
The members of the club will partici
pate in a regular semi-monthly tcurn
OUTLOOK IS GOOD
According to a letter received yes
terday by P.S. Davidson from Clarence
W. Moomaw, who with his brother, S
H. Moomaw, is London representa
tive of American apple exporting con
corns, i lie llntish apple outlook is very
hiight this year. Mr. Moomaw says
that the English fruit crop has been
rendered negligible because or serious
drouths. The late varieties of apples
apparently are ruined, and the early
fruit, his letter states, is being pull, d
green, in order to salvage it-
Mr. Moomaw says that the English
industrial situation is righting itself
and the buying power of the public is
becoming belter. r.xenange is con
stantly becoming more equalized, he
mih, and he predicts that the exports
cd Mood River Newtowns will be more
satisfactory this year than since the
great war began.
Sherman J. Frank, member of the
Hood River Gun Club, is one of the
county's most noted poultry fanciers
Week before last he offered two of his
finest spring roosters, to the winner of
the tournament of the club on Sunday,
July .'i. Mr. Frank himself. Earl Franz
and A. F. Davenport tied for first
place. They shot off ..the tie Thursday
and Mr. Frank won his own chickens
with a score of 22 out of 25 pigeons.
Mr. Franz broke 21 and the score of
Mr. Davenport was 20.
R. A. Collins. Dee orchardist and
dairy farmer, recently turned on the
range with a fresh Holstein cow two
small Jersey calves. The little animals
had been taught to suckle the big Hoi
stein as their foster mother. Going
out to salt and inspect his range herd
Mr. (,ollins was surprised to find a doe
with the nock. One of the calves had
been adopted by th !"wild mother. The
doe, it is surmised, had lost her own
fawn, gone to make a meal for a cou
gar, and discovered the little calf on
which to lavish the maternal instinct.
rredricy Grows Poetical
In a telegram to the International
Apple Shippers' Association, the an
nual convention of which began at Cin-
innati Tuesday, inviting the fruit
men to hold their I'JSZ convention at
Seattle, J. II. Fredricy grew poetical
I i.i telegram, following up a letter
vwitlen by Mr. Fredricy last week,
w as as follows :
'Seattle has sent an invitation to you.
0 meet in that city in nineteen twen
Hood River gladly seconds the move.
And begs tor a chance our hospitality
to the Northwest where cooling
Where you can bask in sunshine or
frolic in snow ;
Where balsam zephyrs play cool and
It's the logical place for you to meet.
Apologies to Davidson, Clark and
McCullagh, as they have to live in the
HH:r town w ith me.
Apple harvest isf approaching. The
wise apple grower is slready husv
preparing comfortable quarter- for his
growers. It is very likely that we
will have reports of labor shortage on
some places this fall. But the man
who will equip his place properly wiil
have no trouble.
A match in the hands of a child is
almost aa dangerous as a loaded revol
ver. What mother would permit ber
little one U; play with a revolver? Yet
how often do you see small children
playing witii matches? This parental
leniency results annually in Ue traejic
end of many Wrby lives.
Porllander Accused by Traffic Men
Traffic Officers Murray and Wood
hsve sworn out a complaint against
William C. I.awrence, of Portland.
Hwner of a local orchard place, charg
ing him with making a speed of 36
miles over curves on the Highwav be
tween here and Wyeth. The complaint
also alleges that Mr. Lawrence passed
cars on blind turns.
The case has been postoned until
next Monday, as Justice of the Peace
Onthank is awsy this Week on his vacation.
Miller Scouts Eruption Story
George Miller. Cloud Cap Inn guide,
scouts the story that an eruption of
hot sand issued from the south slope of
Mount Hood Monday, according to
Homer A. Rogers, who was here
"Mr. Miller, .who was on top of the
mountain Monday with a party." savs
Mr. Rogers, "tells me that he ob
served a rock and sand slide on the
south slope. He thinks this was the
eruption reported from Government
"I had the best fishing in years Sun
day on the hast hurk of Hood river,
says Earl Franz, who with his wife
and brother, Edgar Franz, and wife,
camped on the East Fork near the con
fluence of Dog river. Mr. Franz con
"We did not begin fishing until
about 4 o clock. The river at this
point fairly tumbles along. It is a
series of cascades, with a little eddy
at the foot of each miniature falls. In
each of these little pools a hungry
trout was awaiting the drop of our
Hies. They were big fellows, some of
them 12 inches long. I caught Hi fish
and my brother 15 in about an hour's
Hood River, Ore., Aug. 4, 1921.
Etlitor Glacier: In reply to an ar
ticle of Mr. Fredricy in both the News
and the Glacier, I would like to ask
just whom he means and where he got
the information as to parties catching
all the fish out of the lakes up at
Green Point. As to calling them fish
hogs, he is covering quite a little
Several ranchers that are well known
and tpiite a number who are not ranch
ers have been fishing the lakes men
Ami as to the spawning season, if it
is looked into I think that he is mis
taken. The spawning season has not
And further I think that if the rec
ords are looked up vou will find that 1
have alwavs bought my three licenses,
hunting, fishing and trapping. I have
never refused the Game Protective As
sociation anything in the way of as
sistance or funds to protect and feed
Chinese pheasants when needed.
have always tried to help in any way
that I could to protect the fish and
game and to help dame Protective Association.
1 have been to the lakes mentioned
and have fished and never took more
than the limit.
Now, Mr. Fredricy, if I am the man
you mean, as 1 have information that 1
am, as 1 just came from there when
your comment was published, I would
like to have you come and talk this
matter over and I think that I can con-
ince you that you are mistaken.
I. H. Scheer.
Ruffle Fluting, etc.
Neatly and promptly done
at this store.
A new shipment of
for little girls - just received
A Nice Assortment of
New Fall Hats
for Ladies now on display in our
New Fall Coats
We are showing an advance shipment of New Fall
Coats that we would like you to see. They are beau
ties and the best part of it is the prices are right. Come
in and see them.
Ladies' Dress Pumps, Oxfords,
The season's best styles, made of the finest selected
leathers, French heels. Your choice the pair, V2 PRICE.
Men's Oxfords $2.50
Sizes 8, C)l, 7, 7, a sample lot. Values
up to $8.00 a pair, while they last, the pair
Shirts for Men
A very good run of sizes in work and dress shirts
with band or attached collars. Most desirable patterns
and the Biggest of Big Values. Now on display on our
Bargain Counter. Come in and make your selection
before they are all picked over.
New Fall Draperies
The largest assortment of draperies ever displayed
in the city. Draperies for every purpose and to suit
every taste. Do not fail to see them whether you are
just resdy to buy or not. We want you to see what we
have in this line so that you will know what you can
get when you want it.
THE SAFEST PLACE TO TRADE IS AT
5fte PARIS FAIR
Largest and Best
NEMO, GOSSARD AND AMERICAN LADY CORSETS
Frazier Seeks Pickers
Joseph Frazier, Jr., was seeking
vainly for blackberry pickers yester
day. He stated that he had 100 crates
of ripe berries that should be picked
Mr. Frazier, who has the largest
planting of blackberries here, his crop
consisting or the Law ton variety, ex
pects to harvest 500 crates. He says
he expects to average about $2 per
crate for the fruit, which is of hig-h
for Hale At a bargain by owner, 10 acre
with bonssand barn, oow, horse, etaleksns and
Other ettecls, I miles southwest r Hood Kiver,
near Hull mid liny farm. Address Mrs. W.
H. Calavau, Home 4, Hood Klver, Ore. au4
Billy Sunday to Preach
Kev. Hilly Sunday, who has been liv
ing so quietly on his ('dell country
home for the past two weeks that local
folk did not know he had arrived for
his usual summer vacation, will give
his annual sermon to Hood Kiver folk
at the Asbury Methodist church next
Sundav morning. The evangelist re-
msins populsr with his Hood Kiver
neighbors and the yearly sermons pack
the big church to its capacity. The
hoard of the church is already making
'reparations to handle a laree crowd
FIve-tou standard truck. eiiulnned with
dump body und hoist, Al tires on all four
wheels, mechanically perfect, by Installing
sideboards, I li Is can be miide Into a verv
proBtsnls whssl Dialing trunk. M6M.0O
1 , ton Jer Six, IoIh of speed, lots of power.
will pay lor Itssll In a short lime. fTtft.OO
'Mon (IMC. new tires on all four wheels.
Kvery part ol this machine Is Id the very best
it condition, has run exclusively on pave
ment and we consider It lo be one of the best
buys In our Mm i . We are hitcklmr It with the
same liberal guarantee thai applies lo our new
ton Federal, thoroughly overhauled frc m
start to finish, all standard units, such hs Con
tinental motor, llrown-Upe transmission und
1 1 token rear axle, u:
I'M! . on pneumatic tires. We are
nvci hauling this truck at the present time.
I his is su excellent machine for wink in soft
lllelds where traction Is linpossihle for solid
I in s. frjMI.U).
1' . ton Nash, overhauled self starter
trio i ik bia and cab. rrr.'i.no
I'v-ton four-wheel drive Wlnther, entirely
ivi -I hauled. This truck bus decided advan
due to the fact that any one wheel which
un secure traction has powerenough lo move
in i tuck . v i -
I (in liMC, carefully overhauled from stem
n "tern. All the tires are in first class condl
I' ii and there are years of hard wot k in this
I II K JllftU.UU.
I ton Morelaud, on solid tires, overhauled
fr ii start, to finish, all standard nulls and a
li, Hill at J77MW.
I ton Uepubllc on solid llrey. first class man
express body, cab and windshield, In g.sxl
ii. i i i. leal ci, ml ii i, .ii . i
ton (IMC. :i"ixf pneumatic tires, n buy that
will he difficult to duplicate any w here on the
ii ton muck, equipped with Mil pneninal Is
tires. The entire machine hu been carefully
overhauled and we believe under priced eon
slderltiK Hulck quality and prestige. fKTS.Ot).
In addition to these we have a number of
oilier trucks riihKln In sice from Kurds lo the
largest made We will be glad to send you
our com plete list of used ears upon applica
tion We will also gran! very liberal terms to
putchascra taking advantage of our oiler
wit til n the next thirty days.
WKNTWORTH ,v 1KWIN, Ine
l.MC und Iloane lilstrlbutors for Oregon,
MX) :nd HI., Cor. Taylor, IWtland. Ore. alS
Kor Sale Or trade on fruit slzer, good year,
ling draught colt. tieo. W. Collins and Sons,
Underwood, Wash. altf
For Hale Ford Hug. The classiest one In
Oregon, has top, windshield, fendc s, bumpers,
spotlight, speedometer, clock, shocks, new
tires, good paint. Tula car Is as gad as new.
Am going east, must sell, can he seen by ap
pointmenl. Wrlle llox 177.,Mosier, Ore. IH.
For Sale A team of horses, weight about
110U pounds. Cheap If taken at once. Tel. 4s7w.
For Sale or Trade tU acres on Avalou Way
KiO apple trees, 2 pear trees, S cherry trees, i" ,
acres strawberries KWI0. Meeowiierl1, miles
Southwest from ball ground. J21tf
For Sale M . I'. Projector with take-up at
tachment. Four framed oil paintings, sub
jects, landscape's. For prices call A.. I. (ill.
Itspie. PdumMM Jlttf
tr sale tons. New cutting of timothy
and clover hay with a few tons alfalfa. John
Duck wall. PoOOS Odsll W. Iltlf
For Sale-An ideal orchard team, low and
hlocky, 7 years old, weight about .SOU pounds.
Also new Mllchell wagon, .1 lueh axel, with
basket rack. I'honeodell 115. JUtf
For Sale A gcsid two-seated hack, nearlv
new, both tongue and shafts. Also wood.
Call me for light motor trucking. Uuernsey
.lersey bull for service. Uladwyu Davis.
Mo. of Hloucher station, tel. Odell 1x5. mlutf
For Hale Flume lumber, building material,
tree props. Haw mill near Summit. 1'hone
Odell 108. W. I. Kirhy, Hood Klver, It. V.
D. 2. jnatf
If In market for home near town, 5, 10 or 15
acres, good Improvement, II will pay you lo
see H. P. Allen, phone 5129. Jntitf
ANOTHER HOME INDUSTRY
We are now slaughtering our own animals at our new
plant east of Hood River and thus are in position to fur
nish our patrons the best at the lowest possible prices.
We buy the best steers available and prepare them our
selves in a slaughterhouse that is fully approved by the
state inspection department.
Try some of our Roasts and Steaks.
We believe you will agree with us that Hood River
can turn out products of the meat market that are second
The Hood River Market
A. F. DAVENPORT, Prop.
For Hale Fir and pine n;.u. and I ft. wood,
delivered anywhere within two miles or Hood
Klver. F:. Heauregard., tel. Odell :i0B. mlatf
For Hale- Ford best engine In the Valium.
cylinders reground new pistons-complete new
jeni eon. vaives eic. iksi year. A buy al i.'ilo
K. W. Arens. K. U. 2. mlSS
For Sale iJirge quantity of canvas; will be
lust : lie thins for use mi apple trucks, call at
sin sit fog gallery Just back ol Fran store- alltf
l or sale :l h. p. Fairbanks-Morse station,
ary engine, like new, Js.s ; ,KUiot Overland
For Sale Ford Sedan., will take passenger
or roadster on pari payment. ais
For Bats fin Quality ol wheal and vetch
li.'i .baled. r-M Per loll. L. .1 Macklln. phone
Odell till. all
For Sale-Oullll for making Dameplalea for
loom, nlllce. window etc.. f 15, Including two
sample easea, east to learn. Inquire Hon Ton
Marhershop, Mr ( ai pcnler. all
For Sale AD extra good foinlly cow and an
s ' in un lis old Jersey
I none I' I.. 1'ierson
very gisal steak.
F ir Sale-One llardle tmx pre, only
one car. In good condition, for sale al a
gain. Phone 1). I.. Plerson, 5514.
I or Sale-Flesh cows, odell .Its. alltf
e etc. last year.
For Hale Dry body lti-ln. fir wood delivered
at summer prices We do hauling with our
:l ion truck. Tel. 4717. Naltznian Hros. Jn'.Hf
ForHale-Ata Hargaln a modern residence,!
two blocks from center of business district, 12 1
rooms. Including four large bedrooms, large
double sitting room, kitchen pantry, large
closets, bathroom and enclosed oich. Equip
ped with furnace and bus convenient garage.
Call W.J. linker. m.'itt
For Hale Four-room house and large pantry,
house plastered, a large wood house. Three
lot, sidewalk and sewer connections In . Price
JISOO Phone IIM, m.tlt
For Hale s( acres landl'.j miles from (lly
of Ilisid Kler, part bottom land with free
water, balance gisid pasture land not bonded '
for water. 1300 cords tir ahd oak wis.d slum-
page, county road thru laud, lair buildings.
Price 13, . N per acre. J. It. Phillips. Phone1
For Sale -20 acres all level crush land, some I
timber, I 8 mile south of Parkdale on east side 1
ol road al Kelley s mill. Write or Inquire of i
H. K. J. Hleverkropp, Hood Kiver, Ore, phone
4788. iiHtf j
For Hale -Hood lots for sale In all parts of
the city, prices right. A. W Outnank ,t ( o. 14lf
Must be 2', inches and larger.
Phone us as to
Tonnage and when to
HOOD RIVER PRODUCE EXCHANGE
KorHaie A 17 -acre ranch, farm implements,
1 team. 1 cow For further Information, write
K. o t 'isqHjr, K. K. 1. no. 4., HimhI Kiver. Ore.
or call 576.1 all
F'or Kent .'i-room apartment.
For Hale First class oat
1'houe J. II
For Sale S Jeraeys and one guernsev heifer.
-non months old. T. . I. Miller. Phone v-tt. aJS
For Hale A litis Ford 1'ourlng car, good
tires almost new lop. Address I A. Curtice,
tien l delivery. Hood Klver, Oreg. all
Foi Sale Newly painted top buggy.
Ode, I ST.
North Bank lire Spectacular
A siiectaculsr forest fire, burning
lon the north bank of the ('oIum!ia
just east of the W htte Salmon river.
ttracted attention of Hood Kiver folk
yesterday afternoon. The flames were
carried rapidly along the canyonside
sending up a great column of smoke.
Dodt Brothers Iscd Can
I'sed Islge Brothers csrs which are
excellent mechanically ami in sppear-
slice sre now on our rji
yon that here ou nil. oMsin nioi
cmr value for your money - more
rsr per dollar Model of 19'8 an
no priced at from $700 to 1750.
net I Brothers.
ay 1 1
For Hale A gisal a. -round wotk horse,
weight about LMjBOUoSfe Also (x at milch
cow at a hargaln tf taken at once. Tel. IfjV,
Mrs. W.C. Humners altf
For Kent One room, completely furnished
for housekeeping, and will sell all "furnishings,
which are in gisal condition Rent paid to
September 1. Call evenings after t o'clock at
Room IH Pytujan bldg. all
For ltetit - Furnished house
Klgby.slT Columbia Si.
For Kent Modern bouse, UU miles out P
U Tompkins. a"is
$1.85 $2.85 $3.85
e SJ.(M) or ELMl on ouch tiro ka. K.,, , a r ...
"j uuj nig uutrci i rum us,
Sold on the POSITIVE GUARANTEE or Money Back Basis.
LISTON & POHER Dept. nh EUGENE, ORE.
The Largest Bike Tire Dealers in the Northwest.
' or Sale -Avery c Under tractor lu first
ci:ss condition, also gang plow, tel fcSlJ. J-tf
For Sale A Guernsey cow. .s yeari old. Just
fresh with baiter calf. Call evening. 47K2. altf
F. rsn., ..II P Wsteii.s. engine m ..ihsI
order. I.. W. Bishop Phone !W!
am selling as 1 have u
ttargaln. AIo a J tou
with brand new Kei.y
market for either do n
tuu'tv forg rl buy.
In.iuire of t.
For Kent luruished nsims In one of the
best location, in Hood Klver: modern con
veniences, at reasonable price, tail SJ1 ok
St.. or tel. -M.i. d.'tf
hor Kent Furnished rooms, apartments
have Just been thoroughly renovated. Mrs
H J. Frederick, 1JIS Sherman Ave. Phone
Fat Kent - Kooms and board, reasonable
one block to high school suitable for teacher
and Undent Also cottage for light bouse
keeping. Phone 3014 a4tl
For Bent-Nice, large, airy room, pr!ate
family, cloae In. modern In every respect, tel.
JSI4. wm rrotii ti Jy"tf
W anted Married man with
for orchard work. Must be eirw
vood teamsur, wife lo board heir
gest Ph. .p. ,,r write I K Ciark
Warned- To bale
lis.- f . . 1 ..
thing fnrnsshed but tags. itnnVr a,.., V'i
J.U.cameron. Tel. 1.7 Odell jyru
lo Mart ats
Women wanted Work on pear
ml Aug. 1Mb for a long run Have
registered early, l.ibby. McNeill
he Pallea. Ore. ais
M mTi . v vo""K ho for feeders- will
SsL PMaJTm I ""e. V. T. lieaure-
Wantd-T. boy yoaraaed tni,,. ture ,u,
and rug. Cai, or new ..,., (n '
B. A. Frani .. "
Wanted-To rent .man houe Id
F .r general mi
or brick la log. t
Tel. ssT'j. or ad.
Vugusl 7th. tsetween Valley
home, ladle blue Jacket,
ify me or leava at (Jlacier
C. H. firmer. all
nrv work, concrete, rock
tsterirg. call Fred Moore
" .- - i ..i.rlh St H.skI
Notice for Publication.
Office al The
Terms to respinsible
W chiudlund. Hood
t-. - . . Second hand Ideal
N lt.rJ. Phone ISi tfclell
teirSale-Hox Wool at ; a load. Also saw
dut lor sale J A Schlndler. Tel. 3f. JTtf
tie 4trchard track, with spring and
an - Lard rake, t.uignard grader
igg) and harne
F J. Howard. Tel
Wanted To rent a good piano Tel. Mr t.
.1. Moore, No. al-
W anted Contract for making apple boxes,
or work of any kind by ex-rrrice man with
Isnitly Apphcaut alao expert pear packer
Tel. SSSl. ,11
Wanted Work by man .4nallfl.d to drive
any kind of motor truck with standard ahlft
Address U A. Curtice. Gen. del'y.. Hood
Klver. Oreg. all
ng. A rew
r. K II m
un an a t
iHir car b mist
ler may bar aax
ing for ad.
Wanted-To saw your wood anywhere
W est Side, any kind aud at right price.
"-11 U- U V . . , I . ...
U. W b. North.
echangr cirri era! atore.
Tnr. ,', . 1 n wen located man
Viown. for desirable aixiall r lace .
ood building. Address C.K Ula ,
tlven that Sa.nuei Kowel
lice address Is I7U Slier,
ver. Ore , did on the -Ttb
lie in this office Sworn
cation. No Oirtlr.. to pur
i. HectioD I. Town.hipi
i. W tilamette Meridian.
n. ander tne provlatoos
fc 1V and act amends
rimber and Hione Law,"
tit t flied t.y aid raise-
pursuant i.. urb application.
. auu umoer thereon have he-n an
- ' ! - I f.' me t:nilr estimated W M
- - ,t TTJ?r ' , mn landtaSt
w.ten -ld pplicant will offer final prool in
'. PPrt of hi application and aworn Mala.
4. . L" ra. " anb October, mi. be lore
,5? fj reVJreInk'r - Uoart' Hood
y str.D it at libertv to protest tbl pur-
before entry, or initiate t contest at anf
; "v. ' ' ""e. ii y uting t eorrono-
Sil ' omce. aiegia
; wh icb would defeat the enter
lail-oU U FRANK WOOStOKK.