The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933, September 01, 1921, Image 10

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    HOOD RIVER GLACIER, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1921
We Are Repairing:
Automobiles
Now
We have secured the services of an
experienced motor mechanic,
MR. JFLNISON
and are equipped to do any kind of repair fobs
on Passenger Cars or Trucks. We have in
stalled a boring mill for boring cylinders and
are able to lve you quick, efficient service.
HOWELL BROS.
FOURTH STREET
Tel. 2551
FATHER OF SHERIFF
HURT IN RUNAWAY
TU E' UN I VE R S A ll C A R
Genuine FORI) parts, FORI) mechanics, FORD spe
cial tools and machinery, and FORD charges, are an
unbeatable combination.
The most reliable after-service which is ever behind
FORD cars, trucks and FORDSON traitors is positive
assurance to the owners of FORD products of their con
stant use and service.
The most trifling as well as the most elaborate repair
job on FORD cars, trucks and FORDSON tractors can be
done better and at less cost in a genuine FORD shop
than anywhere else.
Dickson Motor Company, Inc.
The Home of Ford Service
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 Eniry Lumber and Fuel Company
rrr. hood railroad company
Time Table No. 33
TakiiiK effect .Wednesday, October 29th,' 191.
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NORTHBOUND
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Motor
Daily
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4.00
4 03
4.12
.26
.29
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40
.43
.47
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4.67
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6.12
6.17
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No. S
Motor
Billy
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10 46
10 48
10.67
11.10
11.13
11.18
11.23
11.26
11.30
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11.38
11.43
11.61
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M.
No. I
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Stations
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. . . Nwitt'hltnck . . .
. . . . Vat. Horn . . . .
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No. 2 No. 4 No. 6 No. 8
Dally I I'miy Mo,n. Motor
Sunday Bnpday Daily ony
t, M. A. M. r. M. P. M.
1 00 ! 26 2.16 ti.46
2 67 0.22 2.11 tl.41
.M .15 2.04 ti.34
40 I.M 1.62 6 II
2 36 8.68 1.48 ti.18
30 8.63 1 .43 fl I t
-r, 8.40 l.M 8 08
2 20 8 .42 1.32 t i 02
10 8.87 1.27 6.67
2 06 8 34 1.24 6 64
2 m 8.30 1.20 6.60
11.16 8.25 1.16 6.46
11 05 8.15 1.06 5.35
11.00 8.10 ! l.M i 6 30
1 A. M. A. M. 1 P. M. 1 P. M.
Steam. t-Motor.
Owinir 00 limiUsl Nnrt n Motor Cars all trunks and heavy haircut' will !
bandied on the eteaintrain. eiilier in advance of or following the pMaWafM.
ARE YOU PREPARED
lor
If
thp cominir cold months?
vnn have ever experienced
the inconvenience of being
aught without a sutlicient stip-
01 coal to keep your home
1 hnatpd. we do not have to
mind you of ordering early.
in make deliveries today
. . i i
iie niirnesi gruues ui cuai.
piv
w
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of t
Taft Transfer Co.
Anderson Undertaking Co.
C. C. ANDERSON. Sole Proprietor
Licensed Embalmer and Funeral Director
41 OAK STREET Pt(,NK 1 V4
huckabay & barger Hoo(j Rjvcr Motor Car Co.
PlUmbma and I in WOrK Kcpa.ring Storage Gas and Oil
4fcpF
PIPELLSS FURNACES
Telephone MM
J. L. Johnson, Civil war veteran and
father of Sheriff T. F. Johnson, waa
painfully bruised in a runaway acci
dent last Thursday. Because of recent
illness and Mr. .Johnson's extreme axe,
he is nearly 80, his family was alarmed
immediately following the accident.
He rallied, however, and has recov
ered.
Mr. Johnson had driven to a ranch
immediately west of the city to look
after a hav harvest. He learned that
a hand of ponies belonifintr to the
circus had been placed in his pasture
near the grounds, where the tents
were being stretched. An employe had
already remonstrated against the tres
pass, and circus attendants, in remov
ing the animals created a stampede,
frightening Mr. Johnson's horse. He
was hurled from his wagon in the run
away, and the horse, colliding with i
lost, was so badly injured that it was
shot soon afterward.
A bill for damages was filed by Mr.
Johnson gainst the circus company
Ihis was adjusted lhursday evening
before the circus left the ball park,
where the performances were held.
CIRCUS WAGONS CUT
CAPERS ON GRADES
J Palmer Bros. ' circus attendantants
participated in a mad and merry time
here Thursday night getting the heavy
wagons, loaded with tent poles and
other paraphernalia from the top of
the Columbia canyon, where the big
top was pitched, down to the lower
level of the O.-W. R. & N. tracks. The
smooth surface of bithulic streets and
the slippery wheels of the giant wag
ons are incompatible, and vehicles,
some of them freighted with roaring
lions and groaning hears, came down
the steep inclines, although both rear
wheels were locked on the grades,
sideways or endwise and great was
the consternation of the drivers.
It wasn't a time of ease for house
holders whose places abutted on the
streets used by the circus folk in slid
ing their WBEons down to the railway.
Mothers with young children slept
restlessly fearing the overturn of an
animal wagon and the escape of the ir
ritable denizens therein imprisoned.
Due to leave here for Woodland.
Wash., at 2 a. m. Friday morning, the
show train did not pull out until 10.30.
The folk of Woodland missed the af
ternoon program of the circus folk.
M0S1ER CHILD IS
VICTIM OF RIVER
Funeral services for 11-year old Har
old Francis Cox, son of Mr. and Mrs.
G. W. Cox, of Mosier, were held at
the Anderson Chapel Friday afternoon,
interment at Idlewilde cemetery. The
death of the little boy left a pall of
grief over the neighboring fruit sec
tion. The child was drowned late
on Wednesday afternoon, a party of
youngsters having gone to the Colum
bia beach to wade. Except little Har
old the other children left the water in
search of the cows.
When the child was missed a search
was at once instituted. The body had
been in the water an estimated hour or
more, yet everything possible was done
at resuscitation. The body was has
tened here to the Cottage hospital, but
all efforts at restoring life were vain.
Confessed Forger Bound Over
George N. Edwards, who was honor
ably discharged from the army in 1919,
waa bound over to action of the grand
jury by Just ice of the Peace Onthank
last week on a charge of passing two
forged checks on local merchants. Ed
wards, who used the name of C. H.
McGill in endorsing checks that he had
signed with fictitious names, confessed
his crime. In his possession were
found hills of lading for household
goods shipped recently from North
Bend to Eugene These bills were
made out to W. K. Morey.
Edwards was committed to jail in
default of $600 bond.
Yakima Fear Market Slumps
The feature of the Yakima fruit sit
uation during the past week was the
slump in pear prices, caused by heavy
shipments entering the eastern mar
kets. Opinions vary as to whether the
slump will be nermanent. Officials of
the Yakima Count Horticultural Un
ion and Alex Maxwell, of the Selah
Fruit Growers, Inc., predict a strength
ening of the pear market as soon as
the California crop is moved. 1 he re
sult, of the slump has been to send
large jutyititicH of pears into cold stor
age, some portions oi which nave ueen
sold. Another effect will be to spread
shipments over a longer period, lessen
ing the heavy demand for cars.
GIVING OUT
The Struggle DlaeonrafM Many a
Citizen of Hood Hirer
Around all day with an aching back,
Can't rest at night ;
EnottCfl to make any one "give out."
Doan's Kidney Pills are helping
thousands. They are for kidney back
ache ;
And other kidney ills.
Here is Ibxxl River proof of their
merit :
Mrs. D. V. Dic kson, 812 Cascade av.,
says: "1 know Doan's Kidney Pills
will do what, is claimed for them and
gladly recommend them. 1 have used
Ileum's with benefit. My kidnevs were
weak and I became run down and had
no energy. Frequent backaches made
me miserable, and I had dizzy, nervous
headaches. My kidneys acted irregu
larly and annoyed me considerably. 1
read of Doan's Kidney Pills and used
them from the Kresse Drug Co.. and
they were just what I needed. They
helped me right a way and I was soon
tree from backaches and my energy
was restored."
Price 00c at all dealers. Don't sim
ply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mrs. Dickson had. Foster-Milburn
Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y. I
Notice of Bond Sale
Sealed bids will be received until the
hour of 10 o'clock a. m. on the 10th
day of September, 1M1, and imnndi
iately thereafter intblrly opened by the
County Court of Hood River County,
Oregon, at the office of the County
Judge in the,County Court-house in the
City of Hood River, Oregon, for the
purchase of bonds of said County issued
for the building of permanent roads
therein in the sum of 1160,000, same
being in denominations of $500 each,
numbered from 1 to 900 inclusive, dat
ed November 1. I'.t'Jl. and to become
due and payable on November 1, l'.'ll.
said bonds to bear interest at six ('
per cent per annum, payable scmi-an-nuallv
on Mav and November lirst.
principal and interest payable in Uni
ted States gold coin at the Fiscal Agen
cy of the State of Oregon in New York
City.
Said b.ds must be accompanied by a
certified check for Jr.itKl, and the suc
cessful bidder must be prepared to take
delivery within ten da s from date of
sale.
The approving legal opinion of Mes
ara. Teal, Minor Winfree, of Port
land. Oregon, will be furnished the suc
cessful bidder.
The Court reserves the right to re
ject anv or all bids.
The assessed valuation of the taxable
property of the County is $9,9f0,7'.fo.
The indebtedness of the County, exclu
sive of these Ponds, is $.r7,(00.
Kent Shoemaker,
al8s8 Clerk, Hood River, Oregon.
Notice for Publication.
The Ideal Piiriratlve
As a purgative, Chabmerlain's Tab
lets are the exact thing required.
Strong enough for the -most robust,
mild enough for children. They cause
an agreeable movement of the bowels
without any of that terrible griping.
They are easy and pleasant to take
and agreeable in effect.
Summons
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for the County of Hood River.
JuliuB I. Moreland, Plaintiff vs. J.
H. Stanford and Jane Doe Stanford,
his wife; B. Kauffman and Jane Doe
Kaufl'man, his wife; W. E. Barnes and
Jane Doe Barnes, his wife; Sidney
Smith and Jane Doe Smith, his wife;
Char lea D. Fults and Jane Doe Fults,
his wife; Mathias Rasmussen and Jane
Doe Rasmussen, his wife; J. R. White
and Jane Doe White, his wife; M. Em
strum and Jane Doe Emstrum. his
wife; Frederick W. Carstens and Jane
Doe Carstens. his wife; and E. B.
Johnson anil Jane Doe Johnson, his
wife. Defendants.
To J. H. Stanford and Jane Doe
Stanford, his wife ; B. KautTman and
Jane Doe Kaulfman. his wife ; W. E.
Barnes and Jane Doe Barnes, his wife;
Sidney Smith and Jane Doe Smith, his
wife; Frederick W. Carstens and Jane
Doe Carstens, his wife; J. R. While
and Jane Doe White, his wife; M. Em
strum and Jane Doe Emstrum, his
wife; Charles D. Fults and Jane Doe
Fults, his wife ; and Mathias Rasmus
sen and Jane Doe Rasmussen, his wife,
of said Defendants:
In the name of the State of Oregon,
You and each of you are hereby re
quired to appear in the above entitled
Court and cause on or before the Hth
day of September, 1921 that being the
last day of the publication of this sum
mons, and answer the complaint tiled
herein against you, and if you fail so
to appear and answer said complaint,
for want thereof the plaintiff will ap
ply to the Court for the relief demand
ed in the complaint, to-wit : For a
judgment against the defendant. J. II.
Stanford, for the sum of $200. (Ml with
interest thereon at the rate of 7 per
cent per annum from March 9th, 1919;
also the sum of $-ino.OO with interest
thereon at the rate of 7 per cent per
annum from March 9th. 1918; also the
sum of $400.00 with interest thereon at
the rate of 7 per cent per annum from
March 9th, 1918: also the sum of
$(Hi.ii() with interest thereon at the
rate of 7 per cent per annum from
March 9th, 1918; for the sum of
1260.00 as attorney's fees herein, and
for plaintiff's costs and disbursements;
and for a decree against all id' the de
fendants, foreclosing plaint! If' I mort
gage executed by said defendant, J.
H. Stanford, on the 9th day of M-irch,
1918, and upon the following portions
of said mortgaged premises, to-wit:
The N. of the N. 4!"f the NW. I of
Section 18, Township 2 North, Range 9
Fast of the Willamette Meridian; the
S i of the NW. 1 of the NW. i of Sec
tion 13, Township 2 North, Range 9
East of the Willamette Meridian, and
the SE. t of the NE. i of the NW. J of
Section IS, Township 2 North. Rane;e 9
Fast of the Willamette Meridian, all
situate in Hood River County, State of
Oregon ;
which mortgage was given to secure
said sums and interest thereon, attorn
ey's fees and costs and disbursements
of this suit; that the whole of the
aforesaid portions of land in said mort
gage described lie sold by the Sherilf
of Hood River County, Oregon, accord
ing to the law ami tne practice oi me
above entitled Court, and that the pro
ceed! of such sale be applied to the
payment of the amounts adjudged
herein to be due plaintiff bfl said mort
gage ; that said defendants and each of
them, and all persons claiming under
them subsequent to the execution of
sa il mortgage. De Darred anil Iore-
rlnaed of til right or claim in or to
said prt mises; that the Sheriff of said !
County i xecute a Deed to the purchas
er of said premises, and that he be let
into the poaeesaion thereof upon the
1'II.IUI kiOll V, me k'Ui lit c .oiiin n
of Sale.
Th.s summons is served upon you by
publication thereof in the Hood River
Glacier, a weekly newspajer of gen
eral circulation, printed and published
in Hood River, Hood River County,
Oregon, which publication is pursuant
to an'order duly made in said cause on
the 12th day of Ju v. 1921, by the Hon
orable Fred W. Wilson, Judge of said
Court, which requires said publication
be made for six successive weeks.
Manning & llarvev.
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
1" Fe: ton Building. Portland, Oregon.
jy28e8
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
you "Sandy Service with a Smile."
AND PRINTING. We give
Yours to Serve g K E I R. Reliable Druggist
C. A. RICHARDS
111 2nd Street
Cigars
Tobacco
Soft Drinks
Confectionery
ICUOEZDl
TRY OUR
Draught Luxo
WE KEEP IT
RIGHT
H. J. FREDERICK
Building Contractor
Otlice, Smith Block, Room 2. Tel. 8844
HOOD K1VKK, QBE.
A. J. DERBY
Lawyer
HOOD RIVER. OREGON.
M. E. WELCH,
LICENSED VETERINARY SURGEON
In prepared to do any work In
ary Hue. tie chm tip
ph'mtnu to the KmhIi
round ty
MtHlllAH.
the veUtrln
rlllng at or
L. L. MURPHY, D. D. M.
General Dentistry
Room? 11-15 Broaioi Bldgi
DR. N. PLYLER
CHIROPRACTOR
Chiropractic and Electric Treatment n.
Booms 2S, 24 ud25 Heilbronner r.M.
I'bone 18X1. Hood liiver, Ore.
R. C. GLANVILLE
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Room 1 National Hank Building
Hood River, (repoti
H. L. DUMBLE,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
t'HllM promptly anwrr?d In town or country
nuv or iNiKtii.
Telephone: Kendi-nce. Mil: Drrli-e, 1241.
Office In tlio Hi-Odin Batldln?
B. B. POWELL
Plumbing, Heating and
Sheet Metal Work
HO ( .iKcadc Avenue
HOOD RIVER. OREGON
S A. DOCKSTADER
PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING
Player pianos a specialty
I-cave order- at SI. .cam's Rook Store
DRS. ABRAHAM AND SIFTON
PHY&ICIAHB and Sl ROEoNS
Room 17, 15', 20 Brosm Buildinc
Re
PholM
lr.
Ir. Abraham 4188.
Biftoa 9618. tlic
41 M.
DR. E.
O. DUTRO
PHYSICIAN AM) BURGEON
Office: Hall HUIr., Rhone 1S71
Hour, 2 to 5 p. m.
Rc!.l. nee (Mel! Rhone, Odell M
Hour: 9 to 11 a. m.
E. D. KANAGA
Physician and Surgeon
I'boue :
hoart'
that
mpp
taker, t'lerk ol (Y. Court, at ilwa
PACIFIC POWER
& LIGHT CO.
Always at Your o In
Tel. 4321 Eirt at'l Hk lUJjr
Dr. Carolyn underbill
DENTIST
Smith Building. Telephone 221
Otlice 4211
Re. 1M1
Office in Kliot
Building
H. D. W
E1.I
Telephone
DR. W. F. JONES
Chiropractic and Flcctrothcrapy
PINEO. D.D.S.
HENT1ST
IX 111 1 1 IMVi"
! HOOD RIVER
Smith
Offce
tk -trerta
C.H.JENKINS. DM. D. E. L. SCOBEE. D.D.S
( I NERAL SERVICE STATION
Fourth and State Streeta
earns ta u I 1 1
k. Koataun
1'KNTIST
mea: Office 104 : rreideocf 3331
Ollica over BuUer
! ROSH S BITLDING
ffice Hour : 8 a. m to 6 p.
Tel. 3161 RetiJeoc Tel 3412
WE WANT
Gravensteins, Wealthys, Wolf Rivers
and all early fall apples. Extra Fancy and Fancy, also
Faced and Filled packs.
Sheridan Fruit & Produce Co.
Sutcessort to SHERIDAN-BECKLEY CO.
JOHN SHERIDAN, President
211 Washington St. Portland, Ore.
FRENCH & GIBBON,
General Plumbing and Heating
RUDY PIPELESS FURNACE
WORK GUARANTEED
Phone 3924. 908 12th Street, HOOD RIVER, ORE.
ATTRACTIVE CITY PROPERTY
FOR SALE
Comfortable home with Vfe-acre ground.
Four-room house, cement basement, with kitchen, pan
try, wood room and bath. Sleeping and sun porches. In
best residence district of Heights.
Fine river and mountain view.
See Mrs. Chas. Halvorsen, 26 Prospect Ave. si
PICNIC DAYS
August Is the month of vacations, happy outln&S
on mountainside or deep forest. The appetite Is ren
dered unusually keen. Never does food taste better
fhan around the campflre.
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
when you are oin, we will be lad to prepare
your provisions.
KDACII7D HT CAM TEI
iiiuim UL OVll 2121
When you think of
Drue: Store
a
think of
CHAS. N. CLARKE
"Your Druggist"
Phone your orders
Phone 1262
The Foundation
of this business is a host of
sat istied customers. 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
right along. We believe you
would join them if you once
gave our coal a trial.
TRANSFER & LIVERY CO.
Telephone 41 1 1