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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 11, 1921)
HOOD Jtl VlOIt GLACIER THURSDAY, ATTifJST
n 1 1 021
We Are Repairing
We have secured the services of an
experienced motor mechanic,
and are equipped to do any kind of repifr obs
on Passenger Cars or Trucks. We have in
stalled a boring mill for boring cylinders and
are able to &ive you quick, efficient service.
For the Next Two Weeks
we will offer for cash only
the following money
Milk, any brand, 2 for 25c.
Royal Club Coffee, 1 lb. 40c, 3 lbs. $1.15.
Superior Coffee, 1 lb. 35c, 2 lbs. 85c.
Folger's Golden Gate Tea, 1 lb. 80c, lb. 40c.
Folger's Baking Powder, 1 lb. 45c.
Fisher's Pancake Flour, 30c per pkg.
Golden Rod Pancake Flour, 30c per pkg.
Fancy Maine Corn, 20c per can, 2 for 35c.
Van Camp's Catsup, 25c per bottle.
Royal Club Shrimp, 23c per can, 2 for 45c.
Imported Norwegian Sardines, 2 for 25c.
Booth's Assorted Sardines, 22c per can.
Del Monte Pork and Beans, large, 2 for 45c.
medium, 2 for 35c; small, 2 for 25c.
Sugar, sack, $7.50.
N. H. MacMILLAN
PAINTS for every purpose
Brushes, Kalsomine, Varnishes, Oil and Varnish Stains,
Wax 'n everything for the Furniture and Floors.
Let us tell you how to apply them.
FORBES, 109 4th Street
Opposite Emry Lumher and Fuel Company
riT. HOOD RAILROAD COMPANY
Time Table No. 33
Taking effect Wednesday, October 2th, 1919.
SOI Til till
ff Hood RIvrr
. . . Powerdale
. . . Iwitchbacfc
. . . .Van Morn
WinaiiH . ,
Dee . . . .
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Ar. Pirkdilr. L.
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No. 2 Nt. 4 No. 6 No. 8
Dally tl'ally m, Motor
Kzwpl Kirept r Haturd y
Bands? Bands Dolly only
I. M. A. M. P. M. P. M.
3.00 9.26 2.15 6.45
2.57 9.22 2.11 H.41
2.50 9 15 2.04 .34
2.40 9 02 1.52 6. 2 1
2.S5 8. 58 1.48 H.18
2.30 8.63 1.43 l.l
2.25 8.40 1.36 6.00
2 20 8.42 1.32 6.02
2 10 I. If 1.27 5.57
2 05 8 34 1.24 5"4
2.X 8 30 1.20 5.60
11 15 8.25 1.16 6.45
II 06 8.15 1.06 f.H.r
II .00 8.10 1.00 6 3D
M. . M. P. M. IV M
"Steam, f Motor.
Owing to limited space on Motor Core all trunks and heavy baggage will be
handled on t lie steaintraine, either in advance of or follow ing the pafnetigero.
ARE YOU PREPARED
fr the coming cold months?
If you have ever experienced
the incon ve n i en ce of being
caught without a sufficient sup
ply of coal to keep your homo
well hmtod, we do not have to
remind you of ordering early.
We can make deliveries today
of the highest grades of coal.
Taft Transfer Co.
' nun ruini imni mnm
int stun 13 imr
TO WAHTUM LAKE
(By C. C. Newhoune)
DetachmentH from the three Troops
of the city left the Riverside church at
6 a. m., July 10 for W'ahtum f.ake.
They were conveyed in the cars of C.
EL Caotner. 8. E. Kartmess. L E.
Taft and E. A. Franz furnished his
truck in which the supplies were car
ried to Herman Creek rangers' camp,
from where the hoys made the ascent.
The boys were on the trail by 7.30
and such fine spirit was never carried
with any detachment as was carried in
this one. Every iscout ever ready to
do the Scout's good turn in getting the
pack train started, and when the com
mand, "Fall In," was given there was
a shout from one Scout, "Is every one
happy?" and the answer was. "Yea
the boys had intended taking one
and h half days on the trail, but the
rangers said it was a nice one day
hike, so the Scoutmaster consented to
the suKKestion. About .5. SI) found the
Scouts mounting the clouds at the
summit where much snow was in evi
dence and the boys had to fall out to
have a snowball fight. Upon descend
ing we found the air getting much
warmer and alter leaving the snow
ine we were again feeling the heat
Five p. m. found the Scouts at Wah-
tum Lake tired and hungry but happy
I he Troop was given an hour s rest
while the Scoutmaster scouted around
for a desirable camp site. This was
located and after the boys had a little
porridge they were ready to turn in
for a good snoozle.
Next morning found every Scout
ready to do his bit in making camp
details were set to getting tent and
Flag poles, getting fire wood and in
due time a first class Scout camp was
the Hood Kiver .Scouts were given a
fine reception by the Portland Scouts.
This proves that a Scout is loyal.
They were invited to take part in the
Portland Scout camp program. Jesse
Hatthorn, Glenn Mcndenhall, Wilbur
Walters and Ulmer Dakin helped to
show the Portland Scouts that we were
Scouts proper, and the spirit of good
sportsmanship was in evidence among
The Portland Scouts supplied their
own rafts and so our boys set to work
to construct rafts for the Hood Kiver
camp. Before any Scout could con
struct and manipulate a raft he had to
pass a swimming test in which he
must be abe to swim 25 yards. Many
boys Qualified for rafts, in fact all but
two. Swimming guards appointed by
Mr. Newhouse were Jesse Hatthorn,
Leonard Thomson, Arlin McCarty and
Victor Miller. Hood River Scouts were
very fortunate in having access to the
Portland Scout canteen. Many boys
were seen standing in line every even
ing looking longingly for that usual
Fishing was much enjoyed by the
Scouts and Scoutmasters Newhouse
and Carnine. Scout Taft caught some
fine trout and sent some to home folks
l.y Mr. Carnine.
We were fortunate in having only
two minor accidents while in camp.
These were Phillip von Lubken, who
fell on a sharp rock, cutting his knee
just above the cap, and Wilbur Walters
who fell on a piece of glass, cutting
himself in a similar way.
The Scouts returned home by way of
Eagle Creek trail where they were
met by .1. F. Volstorff, C. H. Castner
and L. E. Taft.
We with to thank those citizens wh
so kindly volunteered to helo us mak
our annual Scout trip a success and we
assure you that it was so.
AT HER WITS' END
Mrs. Goodwin Couldn't Have Held Out
Much Longer If It Hadn't Been
For Tan lac
"I began taking Tanlac just a
month ago but am already feeling bet
ter than 1 have in many years," de
clared Mrs. C. E. Goodwin, 655 Quinby
St., Portland, Ore.
"My health was failing fast and I
don't believe 1 could have held out
much longer. My appetite was so
poor that I was scarcely eating enough
to keep body and soul together and I
just felt that I might break down any
time. My nerves kept me restless and
irritated night and day and just
couldn't sleep good to save me. I was
very weak and badly run down and had
fallen off a lot in weight. 1 worried
over my condition till 1 was at my
wit's end to know what to do.
"A friend of mine suggested that I
try Tanlac, and I am certainly glad I
began taking it, for I took a turn for
the better on the very first bottle.
After that I improved rapidly and now
I am enjoying splendid health once
more. My appeptite is fine, my
nerves are as steady as can be and I
have already gained ten pounds in
weight. I sleep as sound as 1 did
when 1 was a child and feel so much
stronger tnat my housework is now a
laalac is sold in Hood River by the
Kresse Drug Co. and by leading drug
gists everywhere.- Adv.
Williams and Friend to Visit
The following was received last
week from Ira E. Williams, who is
now president of the Edmonds, Wash.,
State Bank :
'If present plans do not miscarry,
O. L. Miller and wife, of this city,
with Mrs. Williams and 1 will start
about the 10th inst. in Mr. Miller's car
for Hood River and other points en
"Mr. Miller is something of a fruit
rancher here including the practice of
aw, having been president of a busi
ness college in both Seattle and Lver
ett and is one of our best boosters for
Snohomish county good roads.
Mr. Miller has no business inter
ests in your city, but comes along as
my guest that much further than Port-
am! so I can look after some of mv
affairs in the valley, and incidentally
want him to see a real fruit growing
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
you "Sandy Service
with a Smile."
AND PRINTING. We give
Serve g KEIR Reliable Druggist
Incist on genuine Ford parts when
laving your car repaired. Dickson-
Marsh Motor Co.
When the body begiri9 to stiffen
end movement becomes painful it
is usually an indication that the
kidneys are out of order. Keep
these organs healthy bv taking
AGE RECORD SET
EOR MT. HOOD CLIMB
E. P. Rankin, 77-years old, of Mon
rovia, alif., is the oldest man ever to
reach the summit ot Mount Hood. Mr
Rankin, accompanied by his daughter
Miss Lois Kankin, and several othe
younger people, ascended the peak
from Cloud Cap Inn Wednesday of last
week. Guide George Miller reported
that Mr. Rankin reached the two mi
high altitude apparently less fatigued
y the strenuous exercise than any of
his companions. Mr. Rankin was
noted athlete during his vouth. In
B64 66 he was captain of the Prince
tun Universitv baseball team.
Name Old Story Ittit a Good (Ine
Mrs. Mahala Hums. Savanna, Mo.,
relates an experience, the like of which
has happened in almost every neigh
borhood in this country, and has been
tidd and related by thousands of others
as follows: "1 used a bottle of Cham
lerlain's Colic and iMarrhoea Remedy
aPotil nine vears ago and it cureil me
f llux (dysenterv.). 1 had another
attack of the same complaint three or
four years ago and a few doses of this
remedy cured me. 1 have recommended
t to dozens of people since I first used
and shall continue to do so for
know it is a muck and tiositive cure
or bowel troubles. "
Anderson Undertaking Co.
C. t:. ANDLRSON. Sole Proprietor
Licensed Embalmer and Funeral Director
415 0K STREFT PMONK I.W4
HUCKABAY & BARGER Hood Rjvef Mo,or Co
Plumbing and Tin Work Repairing Storage Gas ami Oil
!'irt.L,k.V) r L K.N At LS
GENERAL SERVICE STATION
Fourth and State StreeU
Strong Wind Fells Few Pears
Weather conditions here lately have
been characterized by unusually strong
west winds, which, according to orch-
ardists, have taken toll of some pears.
No falling of apples to any extent has
been reported. The wind at this sea
son, especially on days of strong sun-
hine, is considered beneficial, as it
1 he wind was so strong several days
that the Rowena-l.yle ferry east of
ere whs forced to tie up. The L'ales
ad no effect on the hie ferry of the
Hood Rival White Salmon Ferry Co.
Ancient land (irant Kereived
S. E. Hartmess recently received an
interesting document, a federal grant
of land to his grandfather, Benjamin
Rartmess, who settled in Indiana when
that state was on the frontier. The
grant was signed by President Andrew
Jackson IVvember 2, 1S30.
Mr. Rartmess received the old land
patent from a first cousin, Ed Hart
mess, veteran manager for the Stan
dard Oil Co. at Yonkers, N. Y.. who is
now traveling in southern California
for his health.
The Dalles fanb Are Ripe
Wasco county cantaloup, regarded
as the finest produced in the North
west, are now rolling from The Halles.
The melons are shipped out to Portland
each evening to Portland bv motor
truck in ton quantities. Fred Wetle,
grower, whose place if near The
Halle, last week marketed Hie initial
crate from the Wasco melon fields.
The Oregon Growers' Association ex
pect to handle 3 (WO crates of melons.
Th world's standard remedy for kidney,
liver, bladder and uric acid troubles.
Famous since 1690, Take regularly and
keep Id good health. In three sizes, all
druggists. Guaranteed as represented.
Look (or the name Geld M.d.l on every box
sad sscsst do imitation
In the Circuit Court of the State
Oregon for Hood River County.
T. I). Tweedy, Administrator of the
Estate of .lames M. Chitty, Deceased,
versus Elisha L. Welsh, et al., Defend
ants. To Elisha L. Welsh, Ada L Welsh,
E. C. Laughlin, Jane W. Lauhlin, E.
E. Vallier, and Elizabeth Vallier, De
In the name of the State of Oregon.
You and each of you are hereby re
quired to appear and answer the Com
plaint filed herein against you and each
of you, in the above entitled suit on or
before the expiration of six weeks
from the date of the first publication
of this Summons, viz., on or before
the 11th day of August, 1921, and if
you fail so to appear and answer, for
want thereof, plaintiff will apply to
the Court for the relief prayed for in
the Complaint, to wit :
p or judgment on that certain prom
issory note set out in the complaint in
the sum of ILO0O.00 with interest
thereon at the rate of 8 per cent since
the 20th day of August, 1920, until
mid; for costs including attorney's
fees, and for a decree of foreclosure of
that certain mortgage set out in the
omplaint, and sale of the following
described real property, to wit:
Lots Ten (10) and Thirteen ( 111 of
Shepler's Subdivision of Hlock One (1),
easant View Addition to the City of
Hood River. Oregon. And for such
other and further relief as to the Court
may seem just and proper.
l ou and each of you are hereby
served with Summons bv order ot the
Hon. H. L. Hasbrouck. County Judge
of Hood River County. Oregon, made
and entered on the 29th day of June,
921, vt hieh order prescribes that you
and each of you shall appear and
nwser the complaint herein on or be-
ore the expiration ot six weeks from
he date of the first publication of this
Summons, and you are notified that the
date of the first publication of this
umnions is the 30th dav of June, 1921.
John Haker, Hood River, Oregon,
n.'Wall Attorney for Plaintiff.
C. A. RICHARDS
111 2nd Street
WE KEEP IT
FRENCH & GIBBON,
General Plumbing and Heating:
RUDY PIPELESS FURNACE
908 12th Street, HOOD RIVER, ORE.
FRIDAY, AUGUST 12th, is the date
Now please don't be too late,
At eight o'clock sharp, we will assemble all,
In the M. E. CHURCH, 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.
H. J. FREDERICK
Ollice, Smith Hlock, Room Tel. ;;i44
HOOD RIVER, ORE.
A. J. DERBY
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
In prepared to do any work In
ary fine. He can he found by
olwnlnif to the KmkIiIoii stalileN.
calling at or
L. L. MURPHY, D. D. M
Rooms 11-15 Broaini lldg.
DR. N. PLYLER
Chiropractic and Electric Treatments.
Rooms 23, 24 and 25 Heilhronner Bldg.
Phone 18X5. Hood River, Ore.
R. C. GLANVILLE
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Room 1 National Hank Building
Hood River, OrafOD
H. L. DUMBLE,
PHYHICI AN AND BURGEON.
CallM promptly answered In town or country
Day or Night.
Telephone: Real rimer, MSJ: Office, 2i.
Office In the Kroaiua Hutldin?
B. B. POWELL
Plumbing, Heating and
Sheet Metal Work
.MO Cascade Avenue
HOOD RIVER, OREGON
S A. DOCKSTADER
PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING
Player pianos a specialty
I-eave orders nt Slocum's lVaik Store
DRS. ABRAHAM AND SIFTON
PHYSICIANS and BURGEONS
Rooms 17, 19, 20 Krosius Kuilding
Res. PhOMtJ Hr. Abraham 4152.
Dr. Sifton 36I3. Otlice 41.M.
DR E. O. DUTRO
IN OLD HUNT PAINT SHOP BUILDING;
Every convenience. Equipped to care for every member of
the famiTy, from father and mother down to the child who
wishes his hair cut or bobbed for the first time. A lifetime
ot experience enables me to give Hood River the best
massages and shampooing.
August is the month of vacations, happy outings
on mountainside or deep forest. The appetite Is ren
dered unusually keen. Never does food taste better
fhan around the campfire.
Our store is headquarters for the camper's every
food need. If you will let us know the number of
your party, the time you expect to be gone and
i ... ....
wnen you are goin, we will be lad to
FRASIER & SON
& LIGHT CO.
Always at Your Service
Tel. OH First stl Hk. BMi
Dr. Carolyn Lnderhill
Smith HuPdinK. Telephone 2021
C. H. JENKINS, D M.D.
Telephones: Othee 10S1; resi.lenejS.TU
Oltice over Rutler Hunk
PHT8ICIAH AND BURGEON
Office: Hall Bkfc., Phone 1571
Hours, 2 to 5 p. m.
J Resilience: Odell. Phone, Odell 353
Hours: 9 to 11 s. m.
E. D. KANAGA
Physician and Surgeon
Phonee: Office 41M 1 Office in Eliot
Res. 1811 Building
When you think of
a Drug Store
CHAS. N. CLARKE
4 'Your Druggist"
Phone your orders Phone 1262
II yon have any knl of snto electri
cal trouble. S. I. Cameron can find
where it i and til it for jrou or it will
4-.-M you nothing if he fail at Caneade
Hood River Box Co.
Kor Your Boxes
Waucoma Lumber Co.
General Lumber Business
Trk-phonr No 1212
H. D. W. PINEO, D.D.S.
KI.IOT BCIl PINt.
Telephone 3812 HOOD RIVER
1R. W. F. JONES
Chiropractic and Electrotherapy
Smith Building, Third and Oak Mreet
Hood River, Oregon
Office Hoar, f a. m. to p m. l'h rieJL :
Oiher Hoar by Appointment
E. L. SCOBEE, D. D. S.
HKMfOl Br i lp in G
Office Hours: f t. in. to p. in.
Office Tel. 3161 Residence Tel. 3412
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BWJ II-W.l 14M
Llf la. ii-eJ
of tli is business is a host of
satisfied cust mers. It is our
aim to supply better coal
than the ordinary without
any extra charge. That we
succeed is proven by the
many satisfied customers
who obtain their coal here
rijfht along. We believe you
would join them if you once
fcave our coal a trial.
TRANSFER & LIVERY CO.
Telephone 41 1 1