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HOOD RIVER GLACIER, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1921
"M i l 1 1 M l I I 1 l im..i..i,
BRIEF LOCAL MENTION
I I1 1 1 1 I 1 I 1 1 1 M Mil M-i-H-H-H-l
H. L EUsbfOttCk, Optometrist.
Have you seen those dolls at Keir's
Drug Store? (Jot them all licked. d22
Get the habit of ordering Blended
Purity Floor made at home. 2 tf
For NpirellaCoreets Mrs. Fred Howe,
C1U CaBcadu Avenue. Tel. 17K3. jjJltf
Stop that auto leak with Murphy Top
Dressing. KraakmanV Paint Store, dstf
The Kong Shop, 1204 12th. St. Hood
Hi van only music store. (J29
Mrs. Louise lioydcn has left for
Portland to spend the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Craft left last
week tor Aleea to spend the winter
J. W. Crites was a business
in Portland last week.
Yale McCarty is here from the Uni
versity of California for the holidays.
Judge Derby was a business visitor
in Portland the first of the week.
for lies does painting, sign work and
caldmining, Tel. 8014. mfltl
Make it a real present by buying an
r.asiman KoaaK trom Keir s. d22
Get the habit of ordering Blende
Parity Flour made at home. o27tf
H. S. Braakman does painting, paper
nangmg and decorating. l el.240t o20ti
Careful attention paid to repairing an
tomooiles. now ell lsron., Tel. 2661. a4tf
Surprise your family with a new
Ldison from heir s. d22
W. O. Ash was in Portland last Fri
day on business.
A. D. Moe spent last Friday in Fort
land on business.
E. A. Frai'Z was a Portland business
visitor last week.
Special prices on Jtah King Coal di
rect from the car. Phone 2181, Emry
Lumber and fuel Co. y 1 tf
Leather toe caps and copper toes for
ooys at BinilD s unampion blioe Kepair
Shop, 1st aed Oak. ti21tf
Anyone wishing sewing call Mrs. Can
non, 810 Columbia or phone .'i)7: alter
0 P. M. o27tf
Dr. N. Plyler, Chiropractic and Elec
tric treatments. Rooms 23-24-25 Heil
bronner bldg., tele. 1833, Hood Kiver.
See those closed tops for Fords and
Cheviolets at Mullikin's Auto Top Shop
in the VV. (i. Weber Harness Shop. dl5tf
A new issue Highway Booklet at $1
makes a fine Xmas gift. Get one at
F. K. Barker has been called to Los
Angeles by the serious illness of his
daughter, Mrs. James Parker.
Oak Wood, Thomas Scott and Boss
Collie are home from the University of
Washington for the holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Grant left the
first of the week for Portland for the
remainder of the winter.
S. A. Bordeaux, of the Upper Val
ley, was a business visitor in the city
the latter part of last week.
Geo. B. Wilbur was in Pendleton last
week, attending the annual conference
of Oregon irrigationists.
A. O. Adams was up from Cascade
Locks on a Christmas shopping tour
Insist on genuine Ford parts when
having your car repaired. Dickson
Marsh Motor Co. D26U
Our floor space is small but we carry
Pianos, Player Pianos, Sheet Music,
Bolls, Phonographs, Records, Needles
and Jewelry. The Song Shop. d29
Mr. and Mrs. Med ford Beed were up
from Portland a lew days last week
visiting friends. -
Chas. Boss is at the Cottage hospital
recovering from an operation for an
F. H. Blagg is recovering at the
Cottage hospital from a recent severe
Mrs. J. C. Porter, who is confined at
the Cottage hospital, is reported to be
Tod A. Culbertson was here from
the Upper Vallev last week on a shop
M. S. Miller left this week for Mills
boro to spend the holidays with rela
tives and friends.
A. W. Peters will spend Christmas
in Portland with his family residing
there for the winter.
16-in. and 4 ft. wood, gravel and gen
eral hauling. Phone McRae Transfer,
2:fl4, evenings, nStl
We have secured the services of an ex
perienced mechanic and can now take
care of aH your automobile needs. How
ell Bros.. Tel. 2561. a4tf j
J. K.) Carton, phone 32Mf, will take your
order for any publication. Save your
telftba trouble of a letter or mak ing oui
a post office money order by phoning her
at once. d22
Mrs. David Marlor arrived last week
from Portland to spend the Christmas
holidays here with her parents, Mr.
nd Mrs. S. F. Blythe. Mr. and Mrs.
Marlor have just sold the grocery store
owred by them the past year in Port
C. Siegenthaler, formerly of Mt.
Hood, in renewing his subscription to
the Glacier writes from San Francisco:
"That whs a very dreadful storm you
had so early and so unexpectedly. We
Mnd all of our old friends greetings of
Judue Geo. B. Castner left Friday
for Pentieton, B. C, to spend the hol
idays with the family of his son, John
B. Castner, employed there as horti
culturist of the provincial government.
Judge Castner is just out of the hos
pital from a successful operation.
Children of Biverside Community
church will participate in a Christmas
celebration tomorrow evening, begin
ning at 7,d0 o clock. Mrs. J. K. Slade
Uf. . i . .. ...
It i' I'll I l:n- nil ii r.n.nir it... A I , '""K I
L'uaraiiti-i-il ( i, i... Q..1.1 i. and Sianta t. laus will be in
specialty. Bee us for nrin. pi,,,,,;, the higlChristmas tree. A program of
Searches of records and reliable ab
stracts made by Oregon Abstract Com
pany, A. W. Onthank. Manager. ?M
(ink Street. Phone 1521. IvSO-tl
A. F. Howes, who has been in Port
land serving on the federal grand jury,
will be home the latter imrt of the
week for the Christmas holidays.
Stewart Turnhull. son of Mr. and
Mis. S. S. Turn bull, has arrived horre
for the Christmas hohdavs from Sa
lem, wnere he is attending'school.
J. E. Smithson was recently chosen
a vice president of the Oregon Tele
phone Association at its annual session
M. Ostereard. who fell from a lad
der last summer while repairing his
barn at Viento, is able to be about
again. He is still forced to use
J. M. Taylor, Odell orchardist, was
a passenger aboard the steamer Iralda
when she recently ran aground on a
reef near Underwood. The boat was
towed otf the spit by the steamer Teal.
Kaesser's big show window, tire
senting a cozy fireplace scene, has
attracted Christmas shoppers the past
week. William Hamann was designer
of the window.
W. D. Trotter, of Wveth, was here
last week visitinur friends and attend
ing to matters of business. Mr. Trot
ter will leave for Portland this! week
to Epend the winter months.
At the recent annual meeting of the
Humane Society all old officers were
reelected. Anyone hearing or Know
ing of maltreatment of a dumb brute
is asked to report to James Stranahan,
of the Fashion Stables.
P. T. Shelley, who has sold his wood
yard and feed yard busness to J. E.
McNutt and I harles Oaither, will
leave the first of the year for The
Dalles to join his brother, A. B. Shel
ley, in the automobile business.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Freeman left last
week for Portland to spend a few days
with their daughter, Mre. Paul E.
Sosey, and family. They will leave
Sunday for southern California for the
What is more appropriate as a Christ
mas present than some good magaiclne?
Such a gift will bring pleasure through
out the entire year. Mrs Sallie A. Mrs.
children and special
exercises by the
music is planned.
G. M. Uptegrove left last week for
Portland to join his family. From
there the former Upper Valley resi
denfs will proceed to New York City
to make their home. General regrets
are expressed at the departure of the
Uptegroves who for 10 years have
played an important roll in progressive
affairs of the Upper Valley.
Our watch rejair business has grown.
Our work is good, prices ritiht. Always
your friend, so come and see about tho-e
Christmas orders. We only carry the
best line in every thing. Terms can not
lie bet'er, a good cash discount or small
payment dow n and long time on bahuice
in our music department. Song Shop
and Jewelry Store. d29
The Boyal Neighbors of America
have elected the following officers for
the coming year: Mrs. Elizabeth Bad
ger, O. : Mrs. Pearl Parker, V. P. ;
Mrs. Emma Jones, Bee. ; Mrs. Zanna
Carnes, B. : Emma Wolgamot, Mar. ;
Karuline Kreig, 1. S. : Ada McCully,
j O. S. ; Adeline Atkinson, Man.; Lyda
McKown, Mus. ; Dr. Sifton, P.
Last Wednesday evening the Odd
Fellows and Bebekahs and their friends
enjoyed a delightful social evening and
i entertainment in the 1. O. O. r. hall.
I The .drill team of the the Odd Fellows
put on eiime floor work and marches
which greatly delighted the large
crowd present. Lunch was served
earlier in the evening. Dancing was
also enjoyed by many present.
B. E. Heifer, owner of an orchard in
the Belmont district, has purchased a
10-acre apple orchard in the Yucaipa
district of San Bernardino county,
Calif., where a large acreage is being
developed to commercial varieties such
as are grown here. The altitude of
I the southern California fruit district is
2, Nil) teet, and it is stated that grow
eis have been very successful in their
venture of growing apples on a com
mercial bafis there.
We will have Xmas (lowers in as plen
tiful supply as on any former Christinas
season. Plants and cut (lowers will be
on sale at the office of the Waucoimi
Lumber Co., just opposite First National
Bank, and at Vincent A Shank's. Plenty
of carnations, crysanthemums, roses,
violets, cyclamen, primrose, holly and
mistletoe. Heights (ireenhouse, Geo.
Haslinger, proprietor. d22
LET THE CHRISTMAS SPIRIT PREVAIL
We All Have So Much To Be Thankful For.
STORE OPEN EVENINGS FRIDAY & SATURDAY
OUR STOCK IS VERY COMPLETE WITH PRACTICAL GIFTS
Silk Hosiery, House Slippers, Handkerchiefs, Gloves,
Wool Hosiery, Purses, Traveling: Bags, Umbrellas
Cut Silk and Knitted Neckties, Bath Robes, Etc.
Special Reduction on All Ladies' and Childrens' Coats Q ; fn $77 00
A wonderful line of Silk and Wool Dresses. f7,UJ lv
Let Us Care
11th Hour Gifts
FRANK A. CRAM
A MERRY XMAS
TO YOU ALL
Hev. C. G. Hoisholt, recently called
to San Francifco because of the serious
Illness of his parents, has written here
tendering his resignaton as joint rector
of the St. Mark's Episcopal church and
St. Luke's church, of The Dalles.
Rev. Hoisholt states that he has ac
cepted a pastorate at Tonopab, Nev.
His action came as a complete surprise
to members of his congregations.
Judge R. C. Glanville left Tuesday
for Portland, where he will undergo an
operation for removal of cataract from
an eye. Mr?. Glanville accompanied
him. Judge Glanvdle's sijzht has been
failing him for some weeks. "It has
been a source of great embarrassment
to me," says Judge Glanville, "for I
have seen so poorly that 1 have often
failed to recognize friends on the
The second annual bull of the local
Masonic Lodge was held at the Ori
ental cafe last Friday night. Last
year a committee of the lodge launched
the custom of an annuM ball in the
earlv winter. Dances of a less elabor
ate scale are given at intervale during
the social season. Masons from the
valley and neighboring mid-Columbia
points were present last rriday night.
We will have Xmas Bowers in as plan
tifnl snonlv as on anv 101 mer ( ihristmas
season. Plants and cut llowrs will bt
on sale at the OtOCS 01 the k minima
Lumber Co., just opposite First National
Hank, and at inceiit & Muinks. I'leniy
of carnations, chrysanthemums, ropes
violets, cyclamen, primrose, holly and
mistletoe. Heights Greenhouse, Geo
Haslinger, proprietor. d22
Although he has H00 boxes of tine
apples In storage on his orchard place
in the Mosier district, G. P. Morden
who resides here with his family in the
winter months, has had to buy apples
for pie-making and for the holidays.
$jftM Hour Suctions!
Just 3 More Days Counting Today! Do It Now!
Our first suggestion is that you come here and let us help you. We can do this in many ways. Our hig
lock of quality merchandise, which contains the hest and most practical Gifts, is so conveniently
arranged that you can see at a glance just the right thing, and our SALE PRICES on all these good
things make it very easy for you to buy what you like.
Come early in the morning, you will have more time and better service
Glove Silk Hose
The finest of all,
(he pair, tax In
Pure Thread Silk
Hose, lisle top and
foot, the pair, in
cluding tax $2.50
Pure Silk Hose,
lisle top and foot
the pair $1.38
Real French Kid
brown ;ind heaver
Strap wrist soft V
cull' street gloves, J
ti and beaver
Wash Kid Cape
Silk Gl's, all color
ny " s i .yo
Silk. Blouses and
Crepe de Chine
Silk Waists and
$2.98 to $9.45
Blouses & Waists,
' wT 1
Handkerchiefs, each 5c to $1.50.
A nice Handkerchief in an attractive envelope,
By the box of 3, 34c to $2.68. These never fail to please.
is sine to make a hit. and a box of them will be good for a home run sure.
See Our Shoes
Now On Sale at Half Price
The finest of French Kid
Dress Shoes, Oxfords and
$6.25 and $8.25.
One Lot Brown and Black Calf
Oxfords, low military heels. I
Child's White Top Tat. Shoes,
Child'ns School Shoes, 8! toll
Comfy Slippers for Old and Young, We Have Them
in Felt with Soft or Leather Soles and All Leather.
Children's Felt Slippers, 78c to $1.45 the pair
Ladies' Felt Slippers, 78c to $1.98 the pair
Men's Felt Slippers, 85c to $1.95 the pair
lee drifts still tie up 1,000 feet, of the
Mosier creek road, connecting the
Morden place with the Columbia Kiver
Highway. A Wasco county road crew
it is stated, will break open the road
this week with charges of powder.
Sumner I). Cameron, last week suf
fered a peculiar accident, which, at
first was thought serious. Mr. Cam
eron was cranking an automobile,
which backfired. The crankshaft, with
heavy impact, struck Mr. Cameron in
the forehead, knocking him to the floor.
He wa unconscious for 15 minutes.
After a short rest, however, the gar
ageman resumed his work.
Mrs. K. II. Waugh sustained a bad
gash on her head and a sprained arm
last Thursday when struck by an auto
mobile driven by C. K. Hounsell, Oilell
orchardist. Mrs. Waugh, it is stated,
had just alighted from a truck and ap
parently had started across the road
when Mr. Hounsell approached. She
did not note the approaching car and
turning back walked directly in front
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Crenshaw, ac
companied by Mr. Crenshaw's brother,
Herbert Crenshaw, of Garfield, Wash.,
were down from lee last week shop
ping. Mr. and Mrs. Crenshaw, en
route to the coast on a vacation, were
caught In Portland during the Novem
ber storm. 1 hey were worried over
the fate of their home anil buildings
and their young fruit trees. On re
turning home they found that the
Washington brother had arrived at. the
Dee home the day before the storm.
He had taken charge, shoveled off
roofs and broken the crust around
young apple trees.
The wedding of Miss Edith M. Bproat
and Edward A. Vannet, young Kant
Side orrhardist, was solemnized on
Wednesday of last week at the home
of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
C. H. Sproat, in the Van Horn district.
The wedding was witnessed only by
close friends and members of the im
mediate families. Rev. W. II. Hoddy,
pastor of Riverside Community church,
officiated. Mr. and Mrs. Vannet left
immediately on a hoi eymoon trip to
Ihe bride is a graduate of the Hood
Kiver high school, Oregon Agricultural
College and the Lot Angeles Normal
school. Mr. Vannet is an overseas war
First news of the wedding of their
daughter. Miss Ada Hart, and Allen
Murray, of Mor, was received in a
letter from the bride last week by City
Marshal and Mrs. William Hart. The
wedding occurred at Vancouver, Waah.,
December .'5. The bride is engaged as
a teactier ai niiisnoro. Mie iormcti
taught at Moro and in the Hood Kiver
schools. She is a graduate of the Hood
Kiver high school and the Oregon Nor
mal School at Monmouth.
Mr. Murray is a prominent rancher
of Moro. He is an overseas war vet
The wedding of Miss Margaret
Kerry, younge.-t daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. A. H. Petri, and Neil Nuna-
maker. son of Mr. and Mrs. J. K.
Nunamaker, was solemnized Friday
afternoon at the West Side orchard
home of the family. Rev. W. II.
Boddy, pastor of Riverside Community
church, officiated. Mr. and Mr.
Nunamaker left immediately for south
ern points on a honeymoon tour.
The bride is one of Mood Kiver s
most popular young women. She is a
graduate of the Hood River high
school and was a student of the Uni
versity of Oregon. Mr. Nunnamaker,
associated with his father anil brother
in one of the largest valley orcharding
concerns, is a graduate of the Univer
sity of California and is a member of
the Beta Iheta I'i fraternity.
DE LUXE BILL
The screen's first super-western. Thousands in
the cast. Actually taken under the blistering sun in
the great Mohave Desert. Beautiful scenes never
before seen on the screen.
A 2-Reel Comedy.
EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTION
Miss Dorothy Rand ( of iij Hh,r ) Songs.
2 DAYS -2
and the Wurlitzer
Children 20c Adults 50c
A Merry Christmas
to All of You
And we BUggdbt I hat if you are not gointf to take dinner
at home, try some of the buffalo at the hotels and restau
rants listed last week who will serve it.
If you are Koinf; V dine at home and haven't made
your final plans for the dinner, we are ready to nippy any
meats that you may wish.
The Hood River Market
A F. DAVENPORT, Prop.
Infant's Quilted Silk Moccasins, dainty and warm
Men's Kxtra Quality and Finish. Indian Moccasins
Men's Genuine Mocha Dress Gloves, lijrht brown
Men's Lined Silk Dress Gloves, steel prey, all sizes
Men s Black Doeskin Gauntlet Auto Driving Gloves
Men's Short Cuff Black Goat Auto Driving Gloves ..
Men's Soft Cuff Olive Drab Auto Driving Gloves
Men's All Pure Oregon Wool Overcoats
Men's Rainproof Oregon Wool Mackinaw
Men's Heavy Wool Knit Ruff Neck Sweaters
Men's Leather Vests, Glove or Suede Leather
Bos' All Wool Ov.
Boys' Oregon Wool
I'xi s' Heavy Wil
Ruff Neck Sweaters
Sheep or Corduroy Lined Leather Vests
at Sale Prices
at Sale Prices.
Rner Sleamrs On Schedule
The Hteamers Iritlda and J. N. Teal
continue to do a heavy freight and
iaM-t:n-r business on the run MtWMI
Portland and Ihe Dallea. while re
verely cold weather has prevailed here
and on up-river point, no floating i"e
hu yet appeared in the river, and
Agent Coutard rtatee that the steam
era will make their regular schedule.
Preparations have been made to keep
Cascade Larks constantly open.
The Teal on each of its tri-wekly
trips down the river carries the limit
of automobiit-a, principally of motorist"
from eastern Oregon, Washington and
I laho point. Many of the MtoffMi
are tourUts en route to California for
the winter. So heavv is the demand
for automobile space that local men
have been waiting for 10 daya without
t eing able to secure transportation.
10 in. Dressed Doll
Fancy Market Baskets
landery of Kn
Attention, Sir kmchh'
ir will hold
members will assembe
Kreakfa't will be set
quet room at 8 o'clock,
of the jurisdiction have
FORD GARAGE PLANS
An announcement of interest to
every rancher throughout the valley is
made by the Dickson Motor Co., local
Kord and h'ordson dealers. Thev will
hold a tractor short course on the ev-
sninca of January 10, n, 12 and i:i,
dealing principally with carburetion,
ignition, lubrication, cooling system,
pal toraaay, traction, soil conditions
and implements, a course somewhat
sin ilar to the one on tractors and
power farming otTered by O. A. C.
The company has r-ecured as in
structors the following: C. Uarrell,
specialist on carburetion, ignition and
lubriraton; K. A. Allison, specialist
on cooling system, jierformance and
traction; C. A. Hewitt, specialist on
soil conditions and implements. An
.ntu.vtuniti' f.ir I ls! 1 1 1 n will !m irivon
during each l dure. The Dickson Co.
Mates that they will charge no fee.
that owners of (radars and those con
templating power farming in the fu
ture are invited ti the coure and that
reservations must be made on or be
fore January K
Canbv W. . C. Klects
At the last meeting of the W. R. C,
the election of officers for the coming
years was as follows:
President, Mrs. Orpha Wittenburg ;
Mrs. Iva Scobee. senior vice pres. ;
Mrs. Cora Stranahan, junior vice presi
dent; Mrs. Anna Wood; guard ; Pro
cene Johnson, chaplain ; Josephine
Installation of officers will take
place Januarv 14.
Saturday-afternoon, at the laat meet
ing of the yea r, the Corps will enter
tain the veterans with a social after
noon, program and refreshments.
The OHM expresses regret over the
low of another of the veterans, Jamea
Gorton, wh ' has heea the fifth to leave
the ranks this year.
an tlmt All!
For That Dinner:
Mince Meat Cranberries
Celery, Sweet Potatoes
Fresh Eastern Ojters
Nuts of All Kinds
Candy, Bulk and Fancy Boxes
Cigars in Christmas Packages
Order early as possible to yet
WE WILL RK OLOSU) MONDAY
The Star Grocery
" Good Things to Eat "
PEKIGO & SON