The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933, February 09, 1922, Image 6

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    11001) JtJVEJt GLACIER, THl'USDAY, FEBHUARY 9. 1922
'STAR BRAND SHOES
ARF BETTER "
1
Men's English
Walking Shoes
Special
$4.75
CZ20IZD
J. C.Johnsen
We Have Moved
Our shop Is now located In Ilu basement by Brad
ley's Printing .Shop on 3rd. and Oak St.
ALSO We have added Mr. Dixon of Portland to our
force. He has had 19 years experience.
Altering, rellnlnf, cleaning and pressing of ladies'
and gents' clothes. We call for and drliwi.
ICZIOEZDI
The City Tailors
Phone 1124
ROYAL COAL
We have been handling ROYAL COAL for
some time, and llncl It has the free burning and
clean qualities f Rock Spring, and also the hard
ness and lasting qualities of the Utah Coal.
Give us an order and he prepared for the
next storm.
A stove poker FREE with each order while
they last.
TAFT TRANSFER CO.
HT. HOOD RAILROAD COMPANY
Time Table No. 33
Taking effec t Wedm .sd.iy. October 29th, 1919.
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M,,r Metf pellj Imlly y , Motor
Ml Station aej pi Hainrd'y
9liy T IB nd'y ,,! Kuurty Daily only
10 45 8.(10 I ...1. bood River Ar ... . 3.00 9.25 2.15 j fi 4
4.08 10.48 8.05 : Powerdale 2.57 9.22 2.11 8.41
4.12 j 10.57 8. 16 i Switchback ! 2.80 9.15 2 04 : .t
4 M 11 10 8.25 Van limn... 2.40 9 02 1.52 I f. :.'
4 m 11.1.1 I h. 30 Mol.r ' .': 8.58 1.48 i fi.18
4.35 11.18 8.40 I Odrll .M 8.53 1.4116.11
4.40 11.23 6.45, Summit I 2.26 8.40 1.36 I 6.06
4.4. 11.26; 8.50 BletwLut 2 Jt 8.42 1.32 j 6.03
4.47 II. SO 9.00 Hoiatein mo 8.37 ! 1.27 5.57
4.00 11.33 I f. 05 j V inane . t.Qi 8 34 1.24 5 54
4.67 i 11.38 j 9.30 Dm m. I 1.60 8.30 j 1.20 ! 5 50
6.1-2 11.43 , 9.25 Trout Ore k 11.11 8.26 1.16 5.45
0.1 11.63 9.38 Woodworth .... 11.04 8.15 i 1 05 : 5.35
6.17 12 00 j 10 00 i Ar. Parkd.lt U.. .. n.oo 8.10; 1.00 1.30
& I m. a. n. ! I a. m. I a. m. I r. m. ' r.
State. Motor.
Owing to limited space on M
bam' led on tbe stem
mtrains, either
irs all trunks and heavy baegage lie
ant .-of or follow ing tbe passengers.
Valentines
A remembrance on February 14 is pleasing
not only to the children but to adults as
well. Our stock of cards as well as the
more elaborate Valentines i complete But
come early and make your selections.
THE BOOK & ART STORE
HOOD IUYKR. 0RKG0N
'mmv inri vriv
iUrllll LVWiL TULIl
ARE IN LOS ANGELES
Los Angeles, Jan. 30, 1922.
Our fine weather took cold Friday.
We went to Pasadena with clouds
gathering and a stiff wind blowing.
Saturday was cold and windy. We
planned to drive to Long Beach Sun
day, but woke up with the wind blow
ing and the rain coming down hard so
concluded to take the street car in
stead. It rained more or less all day,
while the wind rose to a gale, the
streets running gutter full, some trees
blown down, debris and signs scattered
over the walk, and cold enough so that
we hovered over the little gas heaters
all day. In fact, it has snowed some
all over the southland. Riverside re
ports up to three inches in the orange
orchards. We had concluded to leave
Wednesday for Pomona and go from
there to the Imperial valley, but the
rain extended down there and we will
wait for reports from there as to
roads before going. Perhaps we will
stay here another week. Do not think
we will drive to 1'hoenix, as reports of
roads across the desert are not good.
Will probably go from El Centre to
San Diego and stay there a month.
The congested traffic makes driving
around Los Angeles very disagreeeable
Specially if we have to cross the busy
down-town streets.
We have seen quite a few of the
Hood River people down here and will
try and see them all bfore we leave.
The Stewarts are located at the El-
don Apartments, operated by Mrs. II
McGuire. Geo. Stranahan and party
are in a pleasant apartment on Mary
land bt. and will start homeward in a
couple of weeks by the coast route.
stopping along the way and plan to get
home about March I. E. W. Hirge is
planning on getting home at about the
same time. Frank Massee is located
at the Kosslyn and is putting in most
of his time on business connected with
the apple market. Clarence Gilbert is
selling real estate and apartment in
vesments and pleasantly located in the
Euclid apartments with his wife and
mother. The latter is much improved
in health. L. L. Ireland with a part
ner, has opened a hrst class restaurant
called "Tubelles" at Figueroa and 7th
Btreets, the best eating place in the
neighborhood, and feeding as high as
l.5!)U people a day. He iust returned
from a hunting trip over the line south
of Calexico and is recvovering from a
two weeks' illness. J. J. Ward is
back at his usual haunts at Long
Beach, but on account of the bad
storm we did not attempt to find him,
but hope to later. We heard that L.
( lark la also here.
H. M. Hicks haa a grocery store on
Santa Barbara avenue and intend to
get a good restaurant in the busy sec
tion. Both he and Mrs. Hicks are
eeling much better since coming to
California. I saw K. W. I'ratt in his
of lie; and had a nice visit. He is de
lighted with Los Angeles, doing well
and living in line section of Glendale.
We called then on our way to I'asa
dena and saw Mrs. I'ratt and his fa
ther C G. I'ratt. The Witter is still
on crutches from the effects of a brok
en hip sustained in a fall a year ago,
but slowly recovering. There are prob
ably others here whom I have not got
ten track of.
We had a nice visit with C. W.
Hooker and his efficient secret ry,
Miss Seabrooke. Mr. Hooker is op
timistic about the late apple market,
and is having a better trade than ever
this year in Hood River apples. He
says they are taking Newtowns much
earlier than before. The frost damage
will undoubtedly help the late lean-un
of apples at stronger prices. He says
that California apples are becoming
more of a factor every year in this
market) Many new and large acreages
have been planted in the mountains
near here and in northern Arizona,
which are keeping local markets sup
plied down through Arizona, New
Mexico and Texas, yet the increasing
population and new outlets are keep
ing pace and consuming more Hood
River apples than ever. The greatest
problem is the retailer. He still
charges an aveiage ol ahoul if-l.iHi a
box, making too much profit. The
liealerB say they are in the hands and
at the mercy of the retailer. Anyone
who can successfully lower the retail
price to the trade will largely inCfOSJO
consumption and not necessarily lower
the net returns to the grower and be
hailed as a great benefactor to the in
dustry. The excess profits of the re
tailer allows the establishment of
thousands of fruit stands, where one
fourth the number could supply the
market better, at a lower price, and
make a better net profit and a larger
increased volume of business.
A. D. Moe.
Ctohach
TROUBLES
seldom fail to
1 J
DISAPPEAR
ENTIRELY
when you take
Tcmtac
It builds you up
and helps you re
gain your normal
weight.
E.
Sold by all good druggists
WEST SIDE MARKET
ROAD IS SELECTED
At the regular itession last week the
county couit selected for application
of an approximate $2,000 of market
toad funds a lap of the main West Side
highway between the city limits and
the R. H. Wallace place. This road
was treated with waterbound macadam
in 1911. The coming of automobiles
however, resulted in early deteriora
tion, and since it has been necessary to
apply severe sorfacingl of gravel.
In former years all market road
funds have been expended on the East
Side, in the vicinity of Fine Grove and
Odell, centers where the. traffic of ap
ple trucks and wagons is very heavy
in the harvest season. Construction of
the Mount Hood Loop Highway valley
trunk, across the Bait .side, will, it is
said, result in applying all future mar
ket road funds to the West Side dis
trict White Salmon Growers Elect
The annual stockholders' meeting of
the Columbia Fruit Union was held re-
ently in the Oddfellows' hall banquet
room. A large attendance was present.
John G. Wyers, E. M. Peek and A. R.
Haves were elected trustees, with A.
E. "Glader, W. B. Miller, N. P. Mears
and C. Warnecke holdovers. A resolu
tion was adopted by the stockholders
recommending to the board of trustees
that no grower should be allowtd stor
age in the company's warehouse unless
he he a stockholder. A. E. Mills, hor
ticultural inspector, talked on "Co
operation."
Notice ol I inal Settlement
Notice., is hen by given that the un
dersigned has filed with the County
Clerk of Hood Kiver County, Oregon,
his final report and account as Execu
tor of the last Will and TeMentent of
Elmer E. Ferguson, deceased, and the
County Judge ol aid county has set
Saturday, March 11th, 1!22, at the
hour of teno'clmk a. m., as the time
and the Cour t y Courthouse in Hood
River, Oregon, as the place for hearing
said tinal report and account, and all
persons interested in aaid estate are
ii re by notified to appear on or before
sani date and otter any objections the.
may have to said final report and ac
count.
Dated this the 8thdav of February.
1U22. W. E. Ferguson,
I9m',l Executor.
SPECIAL! SPECIAL!
For a limited time only, we will sell
Edison Cylinder Records
at a special price of
Three For One Dollar
This includes all regular 60c, 75c and $1.00
records. A BIG BARGAIN!
Yours to Serve
A. S. KEIR ;
Try The Drug Store First "
Reliable Druggist
C. A. RICHARDS
111 2nd Street
Cigars
Tobacco
Soft Drinks
Confectionery
ICZTOEZDl
TRY OUR
Draught Luxo
WE KEEP IT
RIGHT
Renew Your Motor's Vitality
That old expression of workmen, whose occomplish
ments on your wares or your machines make them like new
again, to use their own expression, is much overworked.
But it is a fact that the reborinp; of cylinders of auto
mobile motors restores them to their normal power.
The little increase in the size of the rebored motors
does not increase the power, but the fact that the motors
are put in the condition in which, presumably, they left
the factory, often accounts for wiiat owners justly claim
to be a noticeable increase in power.
We have the most up-to-date facilities for reboring
your cylinders.
HOWELL BROS.
FOURTH STREET
Tel. 2551
Citation
of
Outlook for Peaches (iood
I he low temperatures of (he past
two months have not caused any dam
aire to peach trees, according to S. G.
Oxliorrow. Mr. (Khorrow, who has
the only commercial peach orchard in
(he valley proper, nays his trees are in
healthy condition and fruit spura indi
cate a heavv blooM this spring. The
only other local commercial peach tract
is owned by Robert Tazwell, whose
place is on the Columbia Kiver High
way near Menu
Davenport to Bring in Steers
A. F. PaveniKirt left Monday for
(ilenwood. Wash., where he will super-
intend the assembling of a herd of li
steers which will le driven here. The
animals he says, are in prime condi
tion, having leen fattened on grain by
ranchers there the prist wn.ter. Mr.
Pavenport will dress the up- ountrv.
Klickitat steers at his abattoir recent
ly constructed east of the city.
In the County Court of the State
Oregon for Hood Kiver County.
In the matter of the K-ttate of Marv
Jodaon Sidney, Deceased.
To H. M. Sidney:
You are hereby cited to appear in
the above entitled court at the hour of
1.30 p. m. on the loth day of March,
V.VS1. then and there to show cause if
any you have why judgment should not
be rendered against you and in favor
of the administrator of the Mid estate
in the sum of 011804.6?, being the
value of assets of the said aetata which
came into your hands as executor and
for which you have not accounted, al
though orderd so to do in and by an
order duly passed by the above entitled
court on the 2nd day of September
1921.
Witnt - the Honorable H. L. Has
brouck, judge of the said rourt. and
the seal of aaid court this Kith day of
January, l v22.
Kent Shoemaker,
jl9mU County Clerk,
Hy E. E. Shoemaker Deputy.
We will be glad to see
you and your mentis at
any time at '
THE APPLE BLOSSOM CAFE
H. J. FREDERICK
Building Contractor
(illice, Smith Block, Room S. Tel. 16
HOOD RIVER, ORB.
A. J . DERBY
Lawyer
MOOD RIVER. OREGON.
M. E. WELCH,
LICENSED fETERDIART SCRtiEOBi
N prepared to do any work In
try llut'. He 8M be fomol by
or- Miliar in the KahIhoii Hutlilfw.
When you think of
a Drug Store
think of
CHA5. N. CLARKE
"Your Druggist"
Phone your orders
the veterln.
cat Mug at or
I; I I
Phone 1262
L. MURPHY, D. D. M
General Dentistry
Rt
Notice of Final Account
Notice is herehv Riven that V. S.
Malcolm, Administrator de bonia nun
with the will annexed of Mary Judton
Sidney, deceased, haa fi let! his final ac
count in the County Court of the State
of Oregon for Hood River county; that
the Mid account haa been set for hear
ing by th said court on the 10th day
.if March, 1922. at the hour of 1.30 p.
m., and all persons desiring; to be
heard with reference to the settlement
of the s iij estate, are herehv notified
to :i p nr at the Mid time and place,
and then and there to make known
their ci t. ntion.
McCammant and Thompson.
Attorn a for P. S. Malcolm, Ad
ministrator.
I'ntt lirst publication. Januarv I'.t.
UH IMfM
ins 11-15 Itrosius IIMg.
N. PLYLER
CHIROPRACTOR
Chiropractic and Blectfic Treatments.
tnd 2o lleilliionner Kldtf.
Hood Kiver, Ore.
DR.
Rooms 23. 24
Phone 1833.
Notice of Final Settlement
Notice is hereby jriven that the un
dersigned has tiled her final account
with the Clerk of theJCounty Court of
Hood River County. State of Oregon,
as administratrix of the Estate Of H.
W. Krussow. Ieceaaed, and aaid Court
has fixed Saturday, the 1 Sth day of
February. 1922, at the hour of M
o'clock a. m., aa the time and the
Court Room in the County Court
House in Hood River City, Oregon,
as the place for hearing on raid ac
count and of ol jectiona thereto, if any
there U
Pauline Krussow, Administratrix.
E. H. Hartwig. Attorney for Ba
tata. jl9flo Hood River, Oregon.
R. C. GLANVILLE
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Room 1 National llaak Building
Hod Kiver. Oregon
H. L. DUMBLE,
PHYHICIAN AND SURGEON.
ChIIii promptly answered in town or oountrv
1rv nr Night.
Telephone: Keelden'-e. 1081: Office. 1241.
Offlce Id the HrxwlDi Halldlnr
B. B. POWELL
Plumbing, Heating and
Sheet Metal Work
310 Cascade Avenue
HOOD RIVER, OREGON
DRS. ABRAHAM AND SIFTON
1'HYSICIANS and SCRtiEONS
Rooms 17, 19, 'JO Rroeius Ruildimt
Mazola Oil
Pts.
30c Qts.
Half gal. 99c
SSc
Phone 3192 "GROCERIES OF QUALITY"
LENORE GREGORY
i I XCHKR Or VIOUM
Koropeaa Training and Experience
'inlays at Oregon Hotel, or
- W (iregor , Hiiiroek
It, PoTttaadL Oregon."
Kes.
Phones: lr. Abraham 4152.
Hr. Bittoa 3CI3. Otlice
41M.
H. D. W. PINEO, D.D.S.
EI.IOT
Telephone 3H1 2
RCILDtRO
HOOI RIVER
Our SMMMtl will Ami us
endt a dM t makf our reg
ular ti ,ces in line ith the new
market levels.
PINE GROVE STORE
VI Rjj MOW I). Pnt
A Judicious I niuir y
A we
visits th
heard d
D. McLUCAS
I ON I K I OR
worU-r in Stone, t' n r
that it i
least da
! (IV-i d
imosi invari
t Iain's Rem
a that they
from it and
it ia unsur-
C. H.
E:r.
JENKINS. D. M.D.
IENT1T
Office 11; reeidene? SOT
:ticeover Butler Bank
E. L. SCOBEE, D.D.S.
MROtiTJl tCfLbOHl
mice Hours. a. m. to p. m. i
Otlice Tel. Ml Residence Tel. 3412
MISS B. GRIFFIN
Teacher of Violin. Piano. Mando
lin, (luitar. Etc.
At Old Habn. j Residence Tel. -' -1
opposite Telephone Building.
Dr. Carolyn onderhill
DENTIST
Smith Building Telephone 221
Current Daily Meat Prices
Beef Stew, per lb 12y2C
Best Pot Roast, per lb 15c
Choice Round Steak, per lb 25c
Best Loin Steak, per lb 28c
10 lb. Pure Lard $1.50
6 lb. Pure Lard 75c
rwi w . , am aw.
A F. DAVENPORT. Prop.
Phone 4311
UBO t. STK V A 1 1 A N
Stranahan & Slaven
doner a I Contractor and Builders
HOOD RIVf R. ORtOON.
Hood River Abstract Co.
Real Estate and Insurance
Accurate abstracting of land titles.
Forbes Paint Shop
! FOl'RTH STREET
P-iinting in all its branches.
Tel 0H