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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 11, 1921)
HOOD K1VEK GLACIER, TUCKS DAY, AUGUST 11, 1021
Everything for QUALITy
-nothing for show
THAT'S OUR IDEA in making
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Why, just buy Camels and look at the package!
It's the best packing science has devised to keep
cigarettes fresh and full flavored for your taste.
Heavy paper outside secure foil wrapping inside
and the revenue stamp over the end to seal the pack
age and keep it air-tight.
And note this! There's nothing flashy about the
Camel package. No extra wrappings that do not
improve the smoke. Not a cent of needless expense
that must come out of the quality of the tobacco.
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Because, men smoke Camels who want the
taste and fragrance of the finest tobaccos, expertly
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refreshing mildness and their freedom from ciga
Camels are made for men who think for themselves.
R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, Winston-Salem, N. C.
PRE-WAR LUMBER PRICE
PRESENT LUMBER PRICE
Present Lumber Prices
Now Same as
Pre-War Prices Freight Advance
Pre-War Frt. Advance Present Price
LAST Y EAR'S LUMBER PRICE
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No other commodity has fallen in price
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1312 13th 8trK, Hood River, Orp.
Have you ever though of the
work the Telephone eliminates
during apple harvest ?
Wood wor Ring and
Tel. 851 Fourth and Columbia St.
Now Rock Bottom
American trades people, according
to n. U. ueuz, w no witn his wife has
been attending the annual convention
of the Photographic Association of the
Pacific Northwest at Vancouver, B.
C, could learn sonic lessons of eourte
m . a f 1 .
sy irom ineir v ai.aman cousins, in a
letter home, Mr. Delta, who motored
to British Columbia, savs :
"We find the people here much more
obliging than on our own side. They
are wulling to accommodate their cus
tomers even though they have to go
out of their way to do it. Apparently
they do it as a matter of course and
make no boastB about it. Our conven
tion here has been one of the best we
havti ever had.
"We left Hood River early Saturday
morning, July 30. We drove to Tacoma
the first-day, adistance of 236 miles.
Here we stayed over night and till
Sunday afternoon, when we drove on
to Seattle and Everett, reaching Ever
ett about 0.30 p. m., in time to hear
Rev. W. P. Kirk, who used to be at
Hood River, preach.
"Monday mornir.g about 10 o'cock
we set out on the remainder of our
journey to Vancouver. Rev. Kirk and
his son, Joseph, coining up with us for
a week's outing. We crossed the
boundary line into Canada about 4 p.
m. and reached Vancouver about 6
o'clock Monday evening. We find
Vancouver is a very progressive city
with paved streets both in city and
country districts. Numerous large
buildings of from six to 14 stories."
FUNERAL OF FIRE
Funeral services for Hans Christian
Olsen, aged 63, rancher of Mosier, who
succumbed at 3 o'clock Thursday morn
ing to burns sustained the day before
when he was trapped by a brush fire
near his home, were held at 4 o'clock
that afternoon at the Anderson chapel,
Rev. J. C. Hanna, pastor of the First
Christian church, officiating. Inter
ment followed at LJIewilde cemetery.
Mr. Olsen with neighbors was fight
ing the fire, when the former was cut
off on a cliffside. A way to safety
along a ledge was open to him, but in
passing a narrow point he slipped from
the cilff, falling Hbout H0 feet into a
mass of flaming brush. His burns
were terrible, the skin having been
seared from almost his entire bodv.
Despite the intense suffering he re
mained conscious until a short time be
fore his death.
Mr. Olsen is survived by the follow
ing children: Henry C. Olsen, of
San Francisio; Mrs. Eugene Worth, of
Los Angeles; Mrs. S. B. Wheeler, of
Silverton ; Mrs. F. E. Conlee and
Emanuel Olsen, of Mosier. The
whereabouts of another sop, Julius, is
unknown. He disappeared from The
Dalles in 1917, and all efforts to trace
him have been vain.
MOTHER OF MRS.
B. T. YOUNG PASSES
From Mexico to Canada, Zerolene has been time
tested in service. Zerolene conserves engine power,
betters engine performance and lengthens engine Ufa
by giving Correct Lubrication.
More than half the motorists of the Pacific Coast us
Zerolene. They appreciate the advantage to them
of Zerolene's uniform high quality, the result of an
efficiency in the manufacture of fine lubricants hard to
duplicate elsewhere in the world. Ask for a Correct
Lubrication Chart for your car. There's a grade of
Zerolene especially suited for your type of engine.
STANDARD OH.. COMPANY
The remains of Mrs. Lucy E. Post,
who died Friday at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. B. T. Young, in the
Odell district, were shipped by S. E
Bartmess to Prineville, where funera
services were held Sunday. Mrs. Post
was buried beside her husband. Mrs
Post, aged 70 years, was a native of
Corvallis. Most of her life had been
spent in eastern and central Oregon.
In addition to Mrs. Young the fol
lowing sons and daughters survive
Mrs. C. A. Gilmore, of Wasco; C. M
Post, of Seattle; Mrs. Mollie QUII
water and Joseph Post, of Post, and
Frank M. Post, of Alfalfa.
0j gradeor each type of engine
Insist on genuine Ford parts when
having your car repaired. Dickson
Marsb Motor Co. n25tf
Highway Officers Visit Here
Major Baird and Capt. Gleaves,
United States Army officers, of Wash
ington, D. C, who are on an Inspec
tion tour of the Pacific ('oast, were
here last Friday guests of Capt. Fran
cisU. i,ewis. I lie visitors motored up
from Portland and were shown over
the orchard districts.
Capt. Lewis, who recently returned
from service with the Army of Occu
pation in Germany, has just completed
a course of training at Camp Lewis.
He will leave here, after a visit with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. G
Lewis, for Eugene, where he has been
assigned as professor of military sc
ence at the University of Oregon.
Childs Warns Growers
Growers of all parts of the Ixiwer
Valley have been busy the past week
applying arsenate of lead spray for
control of codling, the second brood of
which is hatching. I.er..y Childs, how
ever, declares thai he has observed
that many growers have been careless
and have not applied the spray as thor
oughly as conditions justify.
ine tact that me nrst brood oi
worms was negligible, says Mr.
Childs, "is no criterion that the late
brood will be light. The current spray
should be applied with exceeding rare.
Growers of the higher altitudes
should apply the spray throughout the
Sauce is used to
or relish tor the I
is to look to your d
have good digest i
relish your food.
lets improve the
healthy appetite .
movement of the b
create an appetite
od. The rignt way
igestion. When you
Ml you are certain to
digestion, create a
nd cause a gentle
Special School Meeting
Notice is hereby given that a special
school meeting of District No. 6 will
be held at the graiie school building at
2 p. m., Saturday, August 13, to con
sider the purchase of a truck for trans
portation, and any other business that
mav come before the meeting. Dated
this 1st day of August, 1921.
H. H. Harm, Clerk.
H. F. 'oodlander.
atall Chairman of Board.
For 40 ricks of 20 inch fir wood, to
be delivered in the basement of the
Mt. Hood school building, the bidder to
make good any damage done to the
building in delivering. The board re
serves the right to reject any or all
bids. Bids to be in the hands of the
clerk on or before August 13, 1921.
H. H. Hann, Clerk,
H. F. Goodlander.
Chairman of Board.
In the County Court of the State
Oregon for Hood River County.
In the Matter of the Estate of Mary
Judson Sidney, Deceased.
To H. M. Sidney :
In the name of the State of Oregon
you are hereby commanded to appear in
me county Lourt of the State of Ore
gon for Hood River County at the
Court House in the City of Hood River
on the second day of September, 1921.
at the hour of 1.30 p. m., then and
there to show cause, if any exist, why
me said H. M. Sidney should not be
removed as executor of the above en
Witness the signature of the Honor
able H. L Hasbrouck, Judge of the
above entitled court, this l'Jth day of
July, 1921, and the seal of said court
hereto affixed. Kent Shoemaker,
Seal County Clerk.
of the First National Bank, of Hood
River, County of Hood River, State of
Oregon, showing the amount standing
to the credit of every depositor July 1
I Sal, wno nas not made a deposit, or
who has not withdrawn any part of his
deposit (commercial deposits), 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 postoflice
address of such depositor, and the fact
ot his death, if known.
L. Hammond, Hood River $3.07
C. E. Hall, Hood River 11.08
Jas. Hart, Hood River $,'.00
T. Hirasawa, Hood River $1.W
State of Oregon, County of Hood
1, S. J. Moore, being first duly
sworn, depose and say upon oath, that
I am the Cashier of the First National
Bank of Hood River, County of Hood
River, State of Oregon; that the fore
going'statement 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.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 15th day of July, A. I). 1921.
C. C Crew,
Notary Public for Oregon.
My commission expires January
22nd, 1923. jy21all
Did You Know
S. W. P. PAINTS
dropped in price on
We carry a complete line
FOR YOUR MOTOR
We Have It
Get Our Price on
We follow the market on
all our goods.
Get our prices before
KELLY BROS. CO., Inc.
A New Rim
How many times have you been
caught out on the road or some
place away from a garage when
you would have given anything
for a real demountable rim ?
We have the rim that will solve
your tire changing and repair
THE NEW VOGEL RIM
Invented by Fred Vogel, Wyeth, Oregon
will enable you to make a com
plete change in approximately 15
Come in and let us demonstrate
this rim and quote you prices for
converting your present rims.
HIGHWAY AUTO CO.
FIFTH AND OAK
We are constantly adding to our Improvements.
Last week we Installed the most modern refrig
erated show case on the market.
Hood River patronage deserves the hest, and we
are oin to try and supply It. We will welcome
any suestlon that will help our service.
This 's picnic time. Come in and let us supply
you with ood things for your lunch basket.
The Hood River Market
A. F. DAVKNPORT, Prop.
r grower hon
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lavrd at Wir
o operate and
II m the ' Small
er grader now be
1. Hood M.torCo.
small amount of
mall amount of
BUICKS and CHEVROLETS
Orridaaa Tradan aaJ Beat Sprayers
Hood River Garage
Our meats and groceries are of the best
Phone your orders to
SANITARY MARKET & GROCERY
HOLMAN & SAMUEL
Phone I si I
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