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ROOD RIVER GLACIER, TTIORSDAY, DECEMBER' 14, 1922
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Veterans Perform Like Youngsters
Nine Studebaker Ete-Six Touring Cars,
with a total of one million miles to their
credit, recently participated in an economy
reliability contest conducted by the Stude
baker dealer at Los Angeles.
All came through with perfect scores except
two one had dirt in the gasoline pipe, the
other required a slight adjustment of brakes.
This is the most convincing demonstration
of motor car reliability of which we know.
The run was from Los Angeles to Big Bear
Valley and return 239 milesof which 90
were on steep, rough mountain roods that
necessitated stamina in every part. Yet the
Big-Sixes reached every checking station on
One of these old veterans has piled up the
amazing total of 351,000 miles of practically
uninterrupted service of two trips daily
between Los Angeles and Santa Barbara.
Another has 250,000 miles to its credit,
and so on.
No such group of cars was ever before
assembled for such a strenuous proof of
endurance. Their entry In competition, over
one of the most difficult of Southern Cali
fornia's mountain roads, was an expression
of confidence of the owners in Studebaker
The dependability of the Big-Six Touring
Car, its low cost of maintenance, its comfort,
fine appearance and complete equipment
make it the most desirable seven-passenger
car on the market. Its price is way below
cars that do not even approach it in value.
The name Studebaker is your assurance
of value and satisfaction.
Motomrtif with ornamental radiator cap. Front and rear bumper. Rein-proof, one-piecw
winclwiirltl. Automatic wuuinhield wiper. Courteiy light on the driver1! aide which
proinotea safety in pasting other car at night. Tcuneau lamp with long extraaion cord.
Cowl parking lifchtt. Cowl ventiljitor. Jcwelrd eirht-dry clock. Kear-view mirror.
Tbief-ioof UanwuiMion kxi. Tool compartment in the left front door. Shock absorber.
MODELS AND PRICES, o. b. factories
5-Past., tli'W. ii., 40 H. P.
S-Pmu., 119' W. B., 50 H. P.
er (JPuM.) 1250
er (4-Paaa.) 1275
(4-Pata ) 187$
7-Paaa., 126' W. B., SO B. P.
lion-Skid Cord Thaa, Front and Rear, Standard Equipment
Terms to Meet Your Convenience
Cameron Motor Company
HOOD RIVER, OREGON
STUDEBAKER YEA- R
Candies for Christmas
A really wonderful assortment of Candy awaits your inspection here in both
BULK and FANCY BOXES. You should at least come in and look them
over before you decide.
Fancy French Mix Plain Satin Mix Stuffed Satin Mix
Nut Taffy Asst. Jelly Strings Ribbon Mix Jelly Beans
Hershey's Wrapped Kisses Fine Chocolate Creams All in Bulk.
Dozens of Sizes and Varieties in Fancy Gift Boxes.
Wonderful Values Moderately Priced.
CIGARS FOR CHRISTMAS
A Big Assortment of Fine Cigars in Gift Boxes.
Good, well known brands, that any smoker will appreciate.
Boxes of 5, 10, 12, 25 and 50, priced from 75c to $6.00 per Box.
NUTS FOR CHRISTMAS
Walnuts, Almonds, Brazils, Filberts, Chestnuts, Peanuts.
Only the best quality handled here and our prices are right.
Cluster Raisins Those fine big juicy Raisins on the stem.
Chinese Ginger - Preserved or Crystalizcd as you wish.
Layer FigS - Fresh new pack in 5 pound boxes and in bulk.
Dates Fard and Golden in bulk and packages.
Candied Cherries and Pineapple -for your candy making.
Come in and look at all these good things and buy if you like.
THE STAR GROCERY
"Good Things to Eat"
PERIGO & SON
Eastern Oregon holds little of the
romantic for the Right Rev. William
Proctor Remington, newly consecrated
bishop of the Episcopal missionary dis
trict of eastern Oregon ana Mr. Kern
incton. for they are coming from
country almost, identical, geographic
ally, with the inland empire. Perti
rent to Rapid City, S. D., the center
of BishoD Remington's activities for
the past four years, are its gold mine"
its lumbering interests, its cattle rais
ing and its vast reaches of barren
In his first interview in.Baker, just a
day before Thanksgiving and just be
fore he left for tne middle west states.
he pointed out almost instantly that he
quickly "would be at home" in eastern
Oregon, insofar as the industries con
nected with its topography are con
Bishop and Mrs. Remington are ex
pected to arrive in Baker to make
their home within the next few days,
The Rev. Mr. Remington graduated
from the University of Pennsylvania
in 1900. Because of his record estab
lished in the university and on the
American Olympic team in the hurdles
and jumps, he is often referred to as
the "athletic bishop."
Bishop Kemington is a missionary
bishop, and he enters that type of
work in eastern Oregon. His first mis
sionary experience came while he was
in the university.
After his graduation, Rev. Mr. Rem
ington taught school in Philadelphia
Delancy s school. Later he entered
the Virginia seminary for further the
ological work, it is from this semin
ary that many notable Episcopal clergy
graduated. Among these are Bishop
Potter, of Pennsylvania, and Bishop
Phillip Brooks, of Minnesota. He then
entered the missionary work in the
church, becoming assistant to Dr.
Floyd Thompson, of the Trinity church,
Philadelphia. A year later he was
back working in the slums and estab
lisbed the chapel parish of the Holy
Apostles not far from the "Devil's
Pocket." Then he was named' vicar
of the chapel of the Holy Communion,
At that time Bishop l nomas, of Wy
oming, was rector.
In 1911 Dr. Remington was called to
be rector of bt. Paul s church of mm
neapolis. This church has produced
four bishops, according to Kev. Mr,
Kemington. In 191b he was named
suffragan, or assistant bishop of South
Dakota, which post he held until his
appointment at the Portland triennial
convention to succeed Bishop Paddock
in eastern Oregon.
He was consecrated bishop of south
Dakota in his uniform and left the
next day to join his division as a chap
lain. He served overseas in this ca
In l9Uo his marriage to Mips nor.
ence Allen took place at Burlands, Vt.
Mrs. Remington is a versatile woman.
She is a talented musician and takes
an active role in the musical ailairs of
the church in which her husband offici
ates. Mrs. Remington also is active
in affairs outside the church itself.
She has taken prominent roles in wom
en s civic club work and in the i. W.
C.A. She was electedjpresident of the
Women Workers of South Dakota, an
Episcopal organization, and during the
war was musical hostess at Lamp Dev
ens, Mass., with tne i. w. U a. bne
is 44 years old, as is the bishop.
WOMEN'S CLUB NEWS
GOOD 100 PURE
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FRESH DAILY AT YOUR GROCERS
The Business and Professional Worn
en's Club has adopted plans for aiding
the children of needy and deserving
families now attending school here
The club women will keep in touch
with such children through teachers,
and supply clothing and make pur
chases of books and supplies where
The club will also engago in the near
future in the beautihcation of a trian
gular plot at the west edge of town
where Oak street and Lascade avenue
merge into the Loiumma Kiver uign
way. The women blocked a movement
which called for utilizing of the plot
for signboards. The business and pro
fessional women, at a luncheon at the
Hotel Oreeon Friday night also dis
cussed plans for cooperating with the
Portland club in preparations for the
national convention to be held in the
Rose City next summer.
In January the business and profes
sional women will supply the enter
tainment at a recepiton to be tendered
bv the members of the Hood River
Woman's Club to their husbands.
Wasco Cancels Grape Order
An order for 18,000 grape vines,
placed with a Fresno concern by the
agricultural and horticultural bureau
of The Dalles-VVasco County Chamber
of Commerce, has been cancelled at
the last minute, because of informa
tion to the effect that Fre.'no vineyards
are afflicted with Pbylloxero common
ly known as root rot, says The Dalles
The big order would have been ship
ped soon, according to W. S. Nelson,
bureau head. An effort will be made
to replace the order at some other
grape growing locality of California,
where Phyllozero has not been felt,
Mr. Nelson said.
GUN CLUB NEWS
thA rluh. harked bv all
V IIU'Vl 0 J a. av - if
the business men of the city, are seek
ing to secure an elimination of war tax
on ammunition and mall arms used by
nA.tLman a nftition hearin? more
than 100 names and asking for such an
elimination was forwarded lasi ween
h ii j nnmklti)n. Kprretarv of the
club, to Representative N. J. Sinnott,
(rrom the EnUrrrl)
C, E. Arthur, representing the C
M. Kono Co . shirred out 35 cars of
apples from Lyle curing the past week
or two. and expect f send out about fcO
cars from there;this earn. Deswes a
large number from the White Salmon
Taking Desperate Chances
It is true that many contract severe
col's and recover from them w ithout
taking any prersJthn or treatment,:
and a knowledge t f this fact lend- i
others to take their rharces. instead of i
giving their c lis the ree led attention, j
It fhould te borne in mind that every
cold weakens the lung, lowers the
vitality, makes the system leM able to
withstand each tocceedir.g Ettack and
.t.- 1 r th more Sfrious
iain uk a J
disease. Can you elTord to take such '
desperate chances wl.en Chamtr Iain's ,
Ca uefi Remedy, famous for its eures ,
of taJ c!J may b had for a tnfieT j
IVf.re yon bur sn automobile yon j
shouM f-e ti e re Studebaker at the ,
Cameron Motor Co. J
offlEP.QNCE on the
tarter 'AND YOURS OEE
You don't have to wait.
You don't have to grind and grind
the starter, and wear out your
Use "Red Crown" quick-starting
motor fuel for winter driving, and
you can keep your car on the road
in cold weather with as little troub
le as in summer.
"Red Crown" vaporizes readily at
zero temperatures, and yields
100$, power at the first jump of
Use "Red Crown" exclusively, and
you'll get a speedy start, a prompt
pick-up and 100 power, no mat
ter how cold it gets.
Fill at the Red Crown sign, at
service stations, garages and other
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
Zerolene good cold
test oils now freely
and lubricate per
fectly in zero weath
erprotect the bear
ings increase the
power and flexibility
of your engine.
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Was it insured ?
the usual after the fire question. It probably
was. Every one has come to look on insurance
as a necessity. But
Was it adequately insured. No, 40 on build
ings, 70 on stock is hardly adequate.
Was it insured in a company that handles losses
in a businesslike way? Were the goods that it
contained insured? H'as it insured through an
agency that has a reputation for looking after
the interests of its policyholders? Was it in
sured in a company that could not be put out
of business by a great conflagration, in a com
pany that helps its policyholders prevent fire?
There are a host of other considerations.
Let this agency prove the value of its service
and the soundness of a policy in the Hartford
Fire Insurance Company.
R. E. SCOTT, Agent
1st Nat'l Banll Bldg.
The elements are settinp; the stage for a real Oregon
Christmas. None of us mind so long as the chill blowing
of an East wind does not give the unwelcome promise
of intemperate cold.
But whatever the weather may be, remember that
we are ever ready to furnish you the substantial fuel
for the inner man, Meats of all kinds.
And why not try some of our pork sausages,
just the thing this kind of weather.
The Hood River Market
A. F. DAVENPORT. Trop.
202-204 Franklin Street
New York, N. Y.
C. W. McCULLAGH,
Northwestern Sales Mgr.
Hood River Office
J. ARTHUR RIGGS
Sgobel & Day maintain a
high class sales force with a
wide acquaintance among
We give a cash advance,
payable when you want it.
Immediate returns in full
on completion of the sales.
An American concern'selling
apples all over the world.
A reputation and rating
second to none. No pool
ing. Your fruit sells on its
C. A. RICHARDS
111 2nd Street
WE KEEP IT
for your Car
$17.45 and Up
Investigate and save money
Willard Service Station
MAX L. MOORE
9 OAK STREET
TEACHER OF VIOLIN
European Trsining snd Experience
Call Satnrdsvs at Ore.n Hotel, or
address Mi?s tirrpr,ry, fxiS Hancock
St, Portland, Oregon.
Forbes Paint Shop
109 FOURTH STREET
Painting ia all its branches.
Lv. Uool River 9.00 a. m. daily,
Lv. TortlanJ, 7.15 . m. daily,
Fare to Portland, $1.00
Daily Service Portland to Astoria.
The BarKlns Transportation Co.
JACK BACCEY. Armt-
Painting or Varnishing
Satisfactory Service Given
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