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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 11, 1921)
nOOD ftlYER GLACIER, THFRSDA Y, AUGUST 11, 1021
Following: specials take effect Thursday the 28th
Good for two weeks :
Bulk Cocoa, - lb. 15c Picnic Shoulders, lb. 25c
Peaches, 20c, $2.25 Quaker Corn Flakes, n 10c
Brooms, 47c Ghirardellis SSSL I lb. 37c
A new barrel of bulk Corn Oil. same as Mazola, it gives fine
satisfaction and much cheaper than in cans.
Quart, 40c; Half Gal., 76c; Gal. $1.35
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.
MT. HOOD MOTOR CO.
Early Apples Wanted
Ship your early appu s no
Crab Apples. Pears. Tomatoe
give you intelligent sales erv
rge apples in demand.
Poultry wanted. We
211 Washington St. Portland, Ore-
Keference Hibernia Bank
Get address stamp from Glacier Office
Fare 15c each way
Leave Heights at Hart Hotel.
Leave down town al Elect Kitcben.
Other drive at reasonable prices
Office : Electric Kitchen.
S. E. BARTME55
FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND LICENSED EHBALMER
Licensed with Oregon's first class of I mbal mers. Phone 1381. 3821
HOOD RIVER, OREGON
N. W. ELECTRIC CO.
IS OFFERING STOCK
Preliminary drilling has been start
ed on the site of the new power
station of the Northwestern Elettric
o. on the White Salmon River.
soundings with diamond drill hav
oeen taken and the extent of bed
rock on the dam site estimated. In
the event the company decides to
start work on the project at once
the new plant will be inoperation
sometime late In the spring. The
new plant will have a capacity of
approximately 8000 horse power. This
will give a combined ileveloned ran.
acity of 28,500 horse power on the
White Salmon, as the Condit plant
now in operation has a generating
capacity of 20,000 h.p.
On August 1st the company open
ed its books for the subscription of
its First Preferred Stock, having
permission to sell a maximum of
ten thousand shares to its customers
and friends. The money derived
from the sale uf this security will
be used to extend the company's
lines in Clarke Co., Wash., and to
rurnish tunds for the new nrnicrt
on the White Salmon.
T. V. Arnreiter has been appointed
manager to look after the interests
of the company's stock sales in the
Columbia River district. A notable
fact in the. of ferine rtf this security
that although the Northwestern
but a little over eight years old
has succeeded in obtaining about
per cent of the available load
Portland's downtown district and
70 per cent of the available
In the outlying districts where
rvr a rti ssu
is refined and re-refined
by a special process, mak
ing it a clean - burning
fuel for home use. Ask
your dealer for PEARL
. - I
tneir lines have been extended. The
twenty-fifth consecutive dividend on
the preferred stock of the companv
was paid July 1st The stock is a 7
per cent security and Is selling at
$!5 to return 7 3-8 per cent on the
money invested Financial men are
at opinion that the Issue will be
sold in record time in view of Its
attractiveness umler present condi
tions, but It Is the intention of the
Northwestern Electric Co. to distri
bute this issue rather in smaller
amounts among a greater number of
residents In this section as it has
been the practice with the ereat
Oregon public utility cornomtinn
working on the theory that the nub
ile, who la the user of its service,
must necessarily be also a benefici
ary in the profits of the company.
KU KLUX KLAN
NOT WANTED HERE
The Ku Klux Klan is not wanted in
Hood River. This ig the exureasion
heard daily from men in every walk of
me nere. 1 wo weeks ago an organiz
er ot the Invisible Empire came here
and began seeking candidates, and it is
reported with authenticity that citizens
began allying themselves with the
mysterious order. Much speculative
conversation was heard at first, but
cit izens for the most part apparently
have arrived at conclusions emphatic
ally opposed to a Hood River Ku Klux
Klan. Some have even been heard to
declare that they will allign them
selves with a i-ounter-klan. in case a
Ku Klux organization comes into being
in the city.
I have never even had a popgun in
my home," said Roy D. Smith, who
has aeked local organizations to take a
stand toward eliminating the Invisable
Empire from Hood River, and the
majority of the population of the
peaceful valley is just as weaponless
as I. We have prided ourselves on
being able to leave our homes, night or
Jav. with doors unlocked. Hut an
nouncements of such an instrument of
violence as this Klan causes us to feel
as though we ought to go and buv the
highest powered rifles. 1 believe the
people of our county are too intelligent
to permit the formation of such a relic
of the dark ages."
$500 For Lost Ring
An litl'.'r it a niiBawl . ,f KOO I., L
H Ml1liuun II 1 U 1 : , ,,f tk,t h.w..nA
-- . ...i, ''. ' . ' v.. ii.i i in tinuu
Vegetable Oil Co., for the recovery of
a large diamond, lost Saturday between
the Columbia Gorge Hotel and Hood
River, resulted in many folk searching
the roadside and streets along the
route traveled by Mr. Sullivan. The
stone, valued at ?3,"(K), had been worn
in a ring by Mr. Sullivan for the past
1$ years. An examination of the set
ting evidences that two of the claws
had become worn allowing the valua
ble jewel to drop out.
It was thought the stone might have
been lost in a washbowl at the hotel.
Fixtures, however, were unscrewed
and plumbers delved in sewer traps to
Vincent & Shank in New Quarters
The new nine. rhurnitiriyfil hv ifu
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neatnesH unit rnnvenienr the Vinson
& Shank urocerv store imeneri fur him.
iness on time Monday morning in the
Sheets huildinir at the corner of Oak
and Second streets. The owners de
clare that thev will enrleavnr t nixL.
their store known throughout the city
and valley for the convenience of its
I d Abbott Moves Garden
Ed C. Abbott bought a new home
last week. He had planted a garden in
the backyard of the old home, which
the owner plans on rerenting. But
Mr. Ablnitt, undaunted, has removed
his vegetable plants to his new plot.
Tomato plants, with young fruit al
ready formed, and blossoming bean
vine were removed and are now thriv
ing in the new garden.
Mr. Abbott soaked the plants to be
removed well, and after they had been
reset he kept a sprinkler going over
night. Their growth, he says, has
Card of Thanks
we wish to express our sincere
thanks to our friends for their words !
of sympathy and an appreciation of I
their acts of kindness during our re-j
cent bereavement at the time of the
death of our husband and father. We
will keep sacred in our memory e-!
i pecia!lv thoe kind minstrations of the '
i Masonic ; odgi . Grand Army of the
1 Republic, Woman's Relief Corps and!
Wauna Circle. Charlotte Williams,
Twenty acres, full Ave In cultivation.
Ixhh of good wood on It. Lies well.
Twenty acres, nine In apples. Mosi of
these trees are about II years old and
all are In healthy condition, chance
for big crop next year. Uood terms on
price of .i000. not Including this crop.
Full forty acres cleared for 85000. Un.
der irrigation and on Loop Koad.
Homestead of 120 acres on Loop Koad
forjiaoo. Several acres cleared. Some
good springs and all under ditch.
KEN K WEI) PROSPERITY is almost
here. Now Is a much better time to
buy than next spring will be. Ta,ke
advantage of the situation. Make your
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
L. C. BAl.DW IN
J. W. SWOPK
BALDWIN & SWOPE
Plans and Sketches for all Classes of
CoiiBtrnctioh Work and Alterations.
No Job Too Rig or Too Small.
Our Work is Our Recommendation.
BROSIUS IU II DING
HOOD RIVER, OREGON
THE FASHION STABLE'S
Parkdale Auto Stage
Leaves Hood River daily at
4.30 p. m.
Leaves Parkdale Daily at 8
a. m. (except Sunday).
Every Saturday Leaves
Parkdale at 6 p. m.
J. D. McLUCAS
ic'ical worker in Mn C
crete, Brick and Piaster.
Excavating, (iradinc Kit-
Disorders of the ho
ly dangerous, particu
h,'t weather of the
and in order to proteci
family against a audder
Ix ttla of Chamterlain's
arrhoea Remedy. It can
upon. Many have testiru
Mt. Home Camp 14, I
2nd and 4th Fr.dars f
old K. ..( P. hall. Mrv Km
conler, Mrs. fclualftl. tw
els are extreme- j
arly during the
ect yourself and
len attack, get a ;
Orrgoa't Higher Institution of
Fifht Schools Seventy Departments
FALL TERM OPFNS SEPT. 10, l:i
fm mMmwm'tm intr f tto Rrnirir
Oregon Agricultural College
plad to st
any time at
THE APPLE BLOSSOM CAFE
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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. JOHNSEN
HOOD RIVER, OREGON
We appreciate your business
IN TIRE PRICES
30 x 3 $11.50
G. L. DAVENPORT
Grower and shipper Apples, Pota
toes, Onions. Seed Potatoes true
variety "The Best that's Grown"
N. Jt I JL
All kinds of Produce solicited.
147 Front St. PORTLAND. ORE.
Keep Your Poultry
Mites and Other Vermin
Another Hood River Product
Efficient and Economical
Hood River Spray Co.
THE HOERLEIN RANCH
"Canyon Pines Chalet"
For vacation or week end.
scenic spot of lower Hood
For vacationists Jftairinf a delight
ful country plane.
Mattress Making and Renovating
Mattress, from $4.50 to $7.50
Upholstering and Furniture
Sleep and rest well on a Hood
River made mattress.
417-418 May Street
WE say this to you, fair
woman you will find that
fair prices rule in this food
store, i ou will discover
that we are polite and that
the food we sell meets
every known test and re
quirement. Demonstration of Kerr
Qffan & Co's nodi row
I will furnish funerals complete
for adults for $100. This in
cludes neat and attractive caskets
and all the courtesies and services
of a first class funeral director.
Where desirable the finest and
highest priced obtainable is always
S. E. BARTMESS
$5 Paid by the Comfort
Foot Powder Co.
lor anv case
or scalded fei
it fails to satis-
A-k yolir druggist, tioe dealer or
CAMPERS AND HIKERS
Special prices on rough lum
ber We will furnish anything
in dimensions on immediate no
tice. Where desired we will
deliver to any part of the Valley.
STANDARD LIMBER CO.
HORN BROS.. Prop.