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HOOD RIVER GLACIER, THURSDAY. DECEMBER 14, 1922
HONORS DR. JENKINS
Dr. C. H. Jenkins, who has been en-o-ftced
in oractice here for the past 21
years, was elected president of the Or
egon State Dental Association. The
naming or VT. jenKina Drone a prece
dent of the organization, former presi
dents having always been residents of
Dr. Jenkins is a native of Wasco
county, having been born in The
Dalles. He has a son Boyd Jenkins,; a
native of Hood River, who is row a
student at the North Pacific Dental
MR. HILL WILL
SELL HIS PAINTINGS
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less fhdcni and wear
A Summer Clime
Like many others at this season of the year
you are thinking of a trip to a warmer
California is just the place for your winter
outing. Here the days are flooded with
blight warm sunshine. You may enjoy all
outdoor recreations or simply relax and
rebt in comfort under sunlit skies.
There are noted golf courses, polo fields,
tennis courts, miles of splendid highways
and countless places of scenic and roman
Go now and take advantage of Excellent
Train Service and Through Sleeping Cars to
San Francisco and Los Angeles.
LOW ROUND TRIP TICKETS
Now On Sale
For fares, train schedules, sleeping car res
ervations or descriptive folders, ask local
railroad ticket agents, or write
JOHN M. SCOTT
General Passenger Agent
Come in and see the new Buick 1923
models. Sixes, $1425; Fours, 1075i
Hood River Oarage.
We Want Spitzenbergs:
The movement of apples in Portland has not been so
great in years, but the Dollar is the selling point.
Our selling charge is 155?. Ship to
Sheridan Fruit & Produce Co.
211 Washington Street, Portland, Oregon.
GET FREE STENCIL AT THIS OFFICE
"SAVE A DAY"
Effective December 11, 1033
Portland to Hood River
and Way Points
Freight and PaFsenger.
Lv. PORTLAND Mon., Wed. and
Fri. evenings 11 :30 p. m.
Berths ready at 9 :00 p. m.
Ar. HOOD RIVER 8:00 a. m.
Lower Berth, 90c. Upper Berth, 60c.
State Room, 1.50
Lv. PORTLAND Mon., Wed. and
Fri. mornings 7:15 a. m.
Strs. IRALDA and MADELINE
Lv. HOOD RIVER Daily, except
Monday 8.80 p. m.
Fare $1.00 each way
JACK BAG LEY, Agent.
Alder St. Dock
Make Chriftmas Shopping Easy
We have a rredt assortment of fine gifts at reasonable
prices Books and panics for old and your,, pencils,
fountain pens, pictures of your beloved alley. Drop
in and look them over.
Do not delay setting your Christmas Cards.
THE BOOK AND ART STORE
HOOD RIVER, CKEGON
Winter Car Comfort
Even though the wind
may whistle from the
East or snow flurries,
mixed with drenching
rains, may fall steadily.
If you have top troubles,
just pay a visit to our
top shop. We guarantee
to make you satisfied.
AUTO TOP SHOP
Edward Hill will leave Hood River
soon for some more benign climate.
Mr. Hill, who has passed the age of 70
vears. has been engaged here for a
number of vears painting river, moun
tain and forest landscape scenes. He
has determined to sell the numerous
handsome paintings that now adorn his
studio in tne ttiiot ounaing.
"I wish to clean un mv Daintines en
tirely," he says, "and am willing to
dispose of the pictures at prices that
are extremely reasonable."
Mnnv friends of the artist, on learn
ing of his plans, are contemplating
gifts of his handsome pictures at tne
coming yuietiae season.
Biggest Orchard to Be Sold .
What was once the world's largest
individual apple orchard, .3,600 acres in
area, will be sold at sheriff's sale. A
decree of foreclosure was signed Sat
urday by Judge Wilson to this effect in
the caee of the Dufur Orchard Owners'
Company. The foreclosure is part of
the general plan of reorganization
adopted by creditors of the orchard
At the sale the W ashington securi
ties Company will hid on the property,
acting for the mortgage lien holders.
according to the plan of reorganization
adopted at a meeting of creditors. In
tbe event the securities company is the
successful bidder, a new company will
be formed to be known as the Dufur
OrchardCompany, and stock will be is
sued to the creditors at the old com
pany on the pro-rata basis.
Snow Causes Delay
The snowstorm caused but slight de
lay in shipping apples from the Hood
River Valley last week. Up to Satur
day night the Apple Growers Associa
tion for the week shipped lUa.448
boxes, 'making the season's total 757,
458 boxes. Last week but 30,135 boxes
were received by the cooperative
agency, biinging the total receipts for
tbe season to l.lVi.AlA.
The supply of refrigerator cars re
mains adequate, and apples are rolling
in a steady stream from the city as
well as from points on the line of tbe
Mount Hood R. R.
Christmas Cheer Box to be Sent
A committee of the Hood River
American Legion Auxiliary is seeking
a Christmas Cheer Box for the patients
of the Portland Ex-Service Men s hos
pital. Boxs of apples, books, socks.
subscriptions to magazines and dain
ties are being sought as Christmas
presents for the ill ex-service boys.
Members oi tne committee are: Mrs.
F. C Wittenberg. Mrs. L. N. Blowers,
Mrs. Harold Hershner and Mrs. A. C.
The women urge that the donors to
the box have their gifts assembled be
fore December 18. Those who wish to
make gifts are asked to telephone any
member of the committee.
Schaffners Plan Long Trip
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Schaffner will
leave Saturday for a visit with rela
tives and friends in Iowa, Michigan,
Ohio and New York City. February 3
they will vail from New York City for
Rio de Janeiro, where they will see
tbe Brazilian exposition.
"From Brazil, says Mr. Schaffner,
we will take a boat to Buenos Ayres.
We will cross the Andes from there by
rail to Valparaiso, Chile. Thence we
will travel by boat up the Panama
Canal zone, where we will catch an
other boat for Los Angeles. We ex
pect to land in the United States again
about April 1.
The Baptist Church
Next Sunday at the morning service
the ordinance of Baptism will be ob
served. Sunday school at 10 a. in.
Ihe Sunday school is getting ready a I
nice program for Christmas. Corr.e
and help toward it. Tbe subject of
the sermon in the morning will be
Baptism." At night it will be "Do
You Believe That Jesus Tells the
Truth!" Junior B. Y. P. U. will be
t 3.30 p. m. The Senior at 6.30 p. m.
The subject will be, "Paul Made
Prisoner. Leader, James Johnson.
Coma and help make it a record meet
ing. Prayer meeting Wednesday at
4o. Half the hour is devoted to get
ting acquainted with tbe prophets of
the Old lettament.
C. R. Delepine, Pastor.
At the last meeting of Trout Lake
grange tbe following officers were
leoted for the coming year: Master,
E. Hall: Overseer, Mrs. Amanda
Pearson : Lecturer, Prof. Ralph Brown,
Steward, F. S. Inman, Asst. Steward,
Carl Pearson; Chaplain, Rev. E. A.
Reed: Treasurer, VVm. Coate; Secre
tary, Orin Pearson ; Gate Keeper. Al
bert timer; Graces, Aliases bluff.
Brown and Cozmoskie; L. A. S., Mrs.
Maud Pearson. A memberfgave a talk
representing tbe history of the new
road up to date, which should be given
to the public, ef pecially that part of
the public living in this valley.
Geo. McCuistion has returned from
Hood River where he haa been work
Schmid Bros.' fur farm ia arousing
Many are wondering whether the
aw mill will run next season, Local
demands make a good opening for a
good saw mill man.
J. E. Reynolds has laid in a big var
iety of good eats for the holidays.
We have our first snow.
Tbe revival meetings conducted hy
Rev. Harrison cluted Friday evering.
These meetings have brought a re
newed interest in chorrh matters.
Tom Burkell and wife bare returned
Judging from the Mountaineer, while
tbe contents cf the taxpayers' r-ockf t
book is growing smaller, the engineer's
estimate of tbe Cft f the road i
growing larger. Will Dr. Ce!f beirr.b's
challenge be answered or ia it safe to
to make 24 Kiddies Happy Christmas Day
A special Christmas
Price on Little Sun
Maids, luscious little
seedless raisins 24 five
cent packages in one car
ton for $1!
Put one package in
each Christmas stocking
for your little folks.
Then let them give the
others to their little
friends, as little presents
tokens of youthful
See how delighted all will be.
Take $1 to the nearest store
and get two dozen little bright
red boxes now full of health
ful seedless fruit-meats that are
both good and good for them
WHAT NIIK niMF nnN'T UIIT ANnTHFD
niiiii uuiiii will iun i uuu ti ivf i
This is the reason for unlimited variety.
We don't want you to take what vou don't
want. Substitution is not satisfactory to you
nor us either. Order what you want and you
shall have it. P. & G. Soap Coupons cashed here.
Consolidated Mercantile Co.
HOOD RIVER ODELL
HOOD RIVER MUST NOT FAIL ON THE RED CROSS!
We have a complete
Bulk and Box
Come early while our
supply is complete.
Yours for Service
Vincent & Shank
"The Home of
CANNED GOODS WEEK AT
THE GRANGE STORE
During the next week we are offering
special by the can, dozen or by the
case CORN, PEAS, PINEAPPLE,
ASPARAGUS TIPS as well as
Canned Fish and Soups.
Get in line and buy your Christmas
Candy here. We have a good, as
sortment as well as good prices.
Grange Co-operative Store
Meyer A traieaa.
Here We Are! Cu!p Han Tires
Drnrt 1'ntil Further Xntirp!
Do you realize what that is on a
tire? Take Fords:
itxi Tabrica, now $7, drop to $ Vl
" $, drop to $7.2
3xJ Cords, now $, drop to $7.2
3.1 - $12, drop to H
and every tire in the atore takea the
time discount. No reerve and all
High Grade stock. Buy now, thoe
pricea will not last always. Some
of the good factories are advancing
price now. Call at 1 4th St. and
see the jroods. Tbe Store that
Save You Money.
Everything for Christmas
We are prepared to take care of every need for the kitchen
and dining room for the Christmas holidays. Added to our
stock of staples, we have all the choicest fruits, nuts and
dainties in varied assortment Just call or telephone your
lists and we will fill them with a guarantee of satisfaction.
Our breads and pastries, which are of the highest quality but
which we fell for less, are proving daily more popular.