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HOOD RIVER GLACIER, THURDAY, DECEMBER 14. 1922
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Winterand the Children's Baflu
Let a cheery oil heater filled with
Pearl Oil drive the chill from the
bathroom. Its comfortable warmth
will delight the kiddies and safe
guard their health. You can easily
carry the heater from room to room
wherever you want its friendly
Pearl Oil is refined and re-refined
by our special process which
makes it clean burning no smoke
no odor no waste.
Sold in bulk by dealers everywhere.
Insist on it by name Pearl Oil.
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Apple Boxes, Dry Bordeaux,
Orchard Supplies, Implements.
Why not ship your fruit
with us this season ?
The Hood River Fruit Co.
rrr. hood railroad company
Time Table No. 34
Taking effect Friday, November 10th, 1922.
..It. Hood River
, . . . Hwitrhback
... .Van Horn ,
l.cntz . .
Fuminit . ,
. . . Tront Creek
Oa ni p 1
. . ..Wood worth . .
. Ar. Pjrkdalt L?
No. 2 Ko 4 No. I No. 8
lully flmliy unlnr Motor
Kxcfpt Kxcept , r Mnturd'y
Sunday Nunday Dally only
P. M. A. M. P. M. P. M.
3.00 9.15 2.30 7.00
2.57 9.11 2.20 6.5(1
2.50 9.05 2.19 6.49
2.40 8.52 2.09 6.39
2.35 8. 48 2.05 6.35
2.30 8.43 2.00 fi.80
2.25 8.3(i 1.53 6.23
2.20 8.32 1.49 6.19
2.10 8.27 1.42 6.12
2.05 8.24 1.39 0.09
2.00 8.20 1.35 6.05
11.15 8.15 1.30 6.00
11.05 8.05 1.20 5.50
11.00 8.00 1.15 6.45
A. M. A. M. P. M. P. M.
Owing to limito-l r-pace on Motor Cars all trunks and heavy baegage will be
hundlrtd on the Meanitramn. either in advance of or following the panenger.
Noe. 3, 4. 5, 6 and 8, Motor, have right of track over Noo. 1 and 2. Steam
Train will clear time l Motor fare at all meeting and pausing points Five (5)
Minute. Steam Train will occupy Main Line at meeting and pasfing points, but
will Hnuit mi'tort! to t.a without lc!.iv. Mot
jtis cauu tii!y, ti rting to find main line occupied.
J. W. HEWITT, Gen. Mgr L. F. I I'AZl'AU. P,.rr. F. M. P II U RTI.I FF. Snt.t.
PIQUE AT PAPERS
OREGON WOOLEN MILLS
PLACE NATIONAL ADS
According to reports emanting from
circles of the Hood River County Po
mona Grange, the organization is di
vided on its attitude of seeking a re
duction in the annual budget of appro
priations for the county library. The
grangers for the most part, it is
stated, are in favor of supporting the
library appropriation, which amounts,
including both county and city appor
tionment, to $5, COO.
The members of the Pomona Grange
evidenced at a recent meeting an an
tagonistic feeling to the local news
papers. A resolution, prohibiting com
mittees from ottering to the papers any
formal records of the grange was
adopted. The grangers, it is said.
claim that the papers in the past have
garbled their reports.
DAN WUILLE & CO.
SHIP FROM IMBLER
Reports from Imbler to the effect
that shippers there are in a quandary
as to what disposition to make of their
apples are erroneous, according to local
shippers. Dan Wuille & Co. have alone
handled 40 cars from Imbler to date
this Beason. They expect to handle
about 100 additional cars of fruit of
Tbe English concern is handling the
crop of William Miller, of tbe Imbler
section, who alone harvested 24,000
boxes of apples.
Read Erects 90-Foot Mast
An approximate 300 Hood River Val
ley households, at leaet half of them in
the country, are equipped with radio
receiving sets, and Ji. U. Kead, local
radio engineer, declare that the radios
will make it possible for many snow
bound hours to be wbiled away pleas
antly. He declares that the snow
blanket makes radio transmission
Mr. Read has installed one of the
moBt elaborate receiving sets in the
district. He secured a tamarack pole
67 feet long in the Upper Valley. It
was transported here beneath his tour
ing car. with the pole as the top
piece, Mr. Kead has erected a mast UZ
feet above ground. He has just re
ceived a special amateur license.
Those who have studied the Question
of state development and better adver
tising for Oregon, point to the great
need of more national advertising for
Oregon products. Many of our reader
probably taw in last week's issue of
the baturuay r.vemng 1'ost double
page center spread advertisement in
colors for the Oregon City Woolen
Mills. In two different issues of the
Saturday Evening Pot this year the
Oregon City Woolen Mills have taken
thii great advertisement, which is the
largest and most expensive advertise
ment in the world. Its cost is $17,000
per issue, but the Oregon City Woolen
Mills have found, as have many other
advertisers, that by putting the rneri
of their products squarely before the
nation they have enlarged their bust
ness and thus absorbed the cost of ad
veriising in toe economies of opera
This advertising for the Oregon City
woolen-Mills is bandied by botsford
Constantine Company, the leading na
tional advertising agency of the North
west, with offices at Portland and Se
attle. Botsford Constantine Company
is also conducting large advertising
campaigns in all parts of the country
tor sucn products as luiamook cheese,
Hood River apples, Snowflake crackers,
Albers cereals, Mapleine, Jantzen
swimming suits, Goodyear rubber foot
wear, and others.
Oregon is rapidly approaching the
point where we should have many
oiner nationally advertised products
particularly our fruits, lalmon, lum
ber, etc. It is estimated that. Califor
ma cooperative associations and such
products as the Del Monte canned
goods are spending around $6,000,000
year for national advertising. This
has helped to build the wonderful rep
utation for California products which
exists in all parts of the world.
Skamania Lodges Consolidate
The Masonic lodges of Stevenson and
Carson have voted to consolidate. To
morrow evening the members or the
Carson lodge will journey to Stevenson
to be guests at a banquet. Election of
officers will be held that evening. The
Stevenson lodge already has 100 mem
bers, and the addition of the Carson
body will make the lodge one of tbe
strongest of southern Washington.
Three Are Naturalized
Final citizenship DaDers were isauod
in circuit court by Judtie Wilson Thurs
day to J. E. Clark, W. T. Wyatt and
II. Gross. Mr. Clark, East Side orch
ard ist, and Mr. Wyatt, Upper Valley
mau, were native corn citizens or the
United btates but had become Canad
lans. Mr. Clark served overseas with
the Canadian army during the great
war. air. uross is a native or Odessa,
Naturalization Examiner Reynolds.
from the Portland office of the United
C - T-V i . -a .
omiea department or Justice, was
here to question the applicants.
Grangers Fight Tax Increase
Committees of Grangers of Hood
River county will attend tbe final ses
sion of the county tax budget board
pledged to oppose, any increase in ap
propriations for the coming year. The
Grangers oppose all increased esti
mates in county offices.
Truck Runs Man Down Twice
Albert Turnquist, engaged on the
Cooks grade of the North tiank High
way, sustained serious bruises last
week when run over by a truck. A
front wheel pasted over the man's leg.
He yelled to the driver to halt. The
man in his confusion reversed the ma
chine and backed over the smashed leg
a second time. Turnquist is recover
ing at the Stevenson hospital.
Notice is hereby given that the
County Superintendent of Hood River
County, Oregon, will hold the regular
examination of applicants for State
Certificates at Hood River High School
as follows :
Commencing Wednesday, December
20, 1922, at 9 o'clock a. m , and con
tinuing until Saturday, December 23,
1922, at 4 o clock p. tn.
U. S. History, Writing (Penman
ship), Music, Drawing.
rbyfiiology, Reading, Manual Train
ing, Composition, Domestic Science,
Methods in Reading, Course of Study
for Drawing, Methods in Arithmetic.
Arithmetic, History of Education.
Psychology, Methods in Geography,
Mechanical Drawing. Domestic Art.
Course of Study for Domestic Art
Grammar, Geography, Stenography.
American Literature, Physics, Type
writing, Methods in Language, Thesis
for Primary Certificate.
Theory and Practice, Orthography
(Spelling). Physical Geography. En
School Law. Geology, Algebra. Civil
General History, Bookkeeping.
Very truly yours,
d7dl4 L. B. Gibson,
County Superintendent of Schools.
Card of Thanks
We wish to thank our friends and
neighbors for their kind aid and sym
pathy during our recent bereavement
at the time of the death of our hus
band and father. Especially do we
thank those who o kindly brought
uurai ixiDuies. inese acts of kind
ministration were deeply appreciated
and will 'hold a sacred niche in our
memory. Mrs. Anna Wantland
A y-i i -
- ana cnuaren.
This is the Eighteenth Time
that we have on display a
Full Christmas Line of Presents
We wish to say to our old as well as our new customers, that our line is more choiceS
and better assorted than ever before.
New Ivory (Pyralin), Leather' Goods, Shopping Bags, Purses, Bill Folds,
Manicure Rolls, Card Cases, Fancy Thermometers, Toilet Waters, Perfumes,
Hand Decorated Candles (Beautiful), Ash Trays, Etc.
See the New Style Waterman Pen and Pencils.
Our Full Line of WHITMAN CANDIES is now on display, also CIGARS
of the Popular Brands in small boxes. PIPES,' newf styles.
TOYS Tinker, Tumbler, Mecanno, Etc.
We are now showing The New Baby Console Edison-it u a beauty.
Yours for Service S IC E I R. Reliable Druggist
"Try The Drug Store First"
How about that leaky roof?
If your roof leaks we can help you solve the problem. We
handle the best grade of shingles in the market. We also
handle "Malthoid" Roofing with a guarantee back of it.
In our years of experience we recommend shingles for a per
manent roof to stand the test of all kinds of weather.
We have a good supply of Shingles and Roofing on hand also
Fuel and Building Material of all kinds.
Phone 4121. That's our self-starter.
TUM-A-LUM LUMBER CO.
LUMBER BILL, Mgr.
24-hour service on cleaning and press
ing, iueyerot urazeau. Tel. 1014. omf
W can supply you with a
booklet issued by the makers
of PACIFIC Plumbing Fix
tures which shows these fix
tures arranged in many differ
ent stylet of bathrooms.
If 70a will call at oar store,
vrite, or 'phone, we will be (led
to five jros copy of this booklet.
H. P. GIBBON
908 12th Street
DR. N. PLYLER
Chiropractic and Electric Treatments.
Kooms 23, 24 and 25 Heilbronner Bldg.
Phone 1833. Hood River, Ore.
H. L. DU1IBLE,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Calls promptly anewersd In town or country
uy or mgni.
Telephone: Rwiidnnce, 10S1: Office, 1241,
Office In the Bros! as Baiidlu?
DRS. ABRAHAM AND S1FT0N
PHYSICIANS and SURGEONS
Rooms 17, 19, 20 Brosius Buildinsr
Kes. rnones: ur. ADraham 4152.
Dr. Sifton 3613. Ollice 4151
E. L. SCOBEE, D. D. S.
Office Hours: 8 a. m. to 6 p. m.
Office Tel. 3161 Residence Tel. 3412
"IN A BAD WAY"
To close out the following
TIRES AT LOW PRICES
Fabric 1 30x3$ ..
2 31x4 ..
1 33x1 .
Cord 3 3ix3i
THE FASHION STABLE'S
Parkdale Auto Stage
River daily at
4.0 J p. m.
Leaves Tarkdale Daily at
a. m. (except Sunday).
Every Saturday Leaves
Parkdale at G p. m.
J. D. IIcLUCAS
ii &1 "rltr in S:.up, Concrete,
I'rn k and T.
ticatat.n, ira.i;ngt Etc.
Ci SvJ. T, TF VAHAS
Stranaiiaa & Slxiven
Genrrc.1 Contractors crJ Bui!
MCCO RIVER, CStCCfi.
Many a Hood River Reader Will pre
(ratcful for This Information
If your back gives out;
liecomes lame, weak or aching;
If urinary troubles set in.
Perhaps your kidneys are "in a bad
Doan's Kidney Pills are for weak
Ixcal evidence proves their merit.
Mrs. N. A. Monroe, 814 Cascade
avenue. Hood River, says: "My back
and kidneys bothered me and I felt
run down and miserable. Doan's Kid
ney Pills helped me greatly and soon
restored me to my usual good health.
feuch a fire remedy as Doan's 6bould
b known to all. (Statement given
December 5. 1912.)
On May 3, 1920, Mrs. Monroe added:
"I haven't changed my good opinion
of Doan'a Kidney Pills. They have
always helped me when my kidnevs
Price 60c. at all dealers. Don't aim
ply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan'a Kidney Pills the fame that
Mrs. Monroe had. Fostei-Miiburn Co.,
Mfra., Builalo. N. Y.
Fare 15c each way
Leave Heights at Hart Hotel
Leave down town at Electric Kitcten.
Other drives at reasonable prices
Office : Electric Kitchen.
L. L. MURPHY, D. D. M.
Room 11-15 Brosius Bldg.
L. R. Alexander, D.M.D
ROOMS 4 and 5 SMITH BLDG.
Office Hours: 8:00 a. m. to 6 p. m.
C. H. JENKINS, D. M.D.
Telephones: Office 1081; residence 3331
Office over Butler Bank
V ...Ml 1 - 1 J .. -
f c win ue giau to see
jva cjuu JUUr 1IICI1U3 ill
any time at
THE APPLE BLOSSOM CAFE
H. J. FKEDEKICK
OZ.ce, m;:h Block, Room 2. Tel. 3'Ai
HOOD RIVER, ORE.
Chamberlain Conjh Remedy
the 31 other's Favorite
The soothing and healing properties
of Chamberiain'a Cough Remedy, its
pleasant taste and prompt and effec
tual cures have made it a favorite with
people everywhere. It is especially
prized by mothers of young children
for colcia, croup and mhoopirg cough,
as it always affords quick relief ands
free .from opium and other harmful
Come in and tee the new r.njck l!:'3
rnHl.l. t-ut-s, H'.'5; Fours, J 3073.
Hood River Garage.
G. L. DAVENPORT
Grower and shipper Apples, Pota
toes, Onions. Seed Potatoes true
variety "The Best that's Grown"
All kinds of Produce solicited.
147 Front St. PORTLAND. ORE.
B. B. POWELL
Plumbing:, Heating and
Sheet Metal Work
319 Cascade Avenue
HOOD RIVER. OREGON
DR. S. L. PETERSON
(Successor to Dr. Pineo)
Eliot Building, Hood River, Oregon.
Mr. Builder If you are remodeling your house
see me for your Plumbing, Fixtures and Sup
plies. Small profits, quick returns. Pipe cut
to order. All repair work slrictly finft class.
OLD CITY HALL PLUMBING SHOP
212 Fourth Street, HoM River, Ore.
Tom Fihr, Prop.
Pbone 16V3 HldDr I' boot 2T3
FINAL REDUCED PRICES !
6000 MILE ADJUSTMENT BASIS
LOOK AT THE PRICES
30 x 3
10000 MILE CORDS
AH with Free Tube
BOY AT HOME WHERE A GUAR
ANTEE means something
FASHION LIVERY & DRAY CO.
Hood River Abstract Co.
Real Estate and Insurance
Accurate Abstracting of Land Titles.
Done on short notice by
Mrs. A. J. Gillespie
1607 J Taylor M.
11. E. WELCH,
LICOSFU VEIT.RISARY SlTlfiEOS
In rrpar-f1 lo lo !,y wo' In th tnn.
-y lln. H. ciri I- frvuvJ -y ilim uor
Sanitary Beauty Parlor
For Shampoo, Pcalp Treatment.", Neo
Plasti'ine Facial Manicures. Nikk-Marr
French Velvet Toilet articles for sale.
Butler Bank Bldg., Room 19
Tel. 2. OrtW hmirM ro. to It nt t p m.
loi oin o twiiiwi bf appointment uu.y.
HUGH R. ROEERTSOSI & CO.
Member Amerknn Inmltat of Accountants.
AccocnUcU; Aa liars; Ixoat Tu Serrice
Portland, Orvs. and Minneapolis, Minn.
AdJrvM: 1317 Ye n D!J., Portland, Or.
We will please you with our
Hemstitching a Specialty
t THE PARIS FAIR
OREGON LUMBER COMPANY
MOCQ IUYER. CRItCX.
Anderson Undertaking Co.
C C. ANDERSON. x.
Licensed Embalmer and Funeral Director
413 OAK STREET. wv vLlwl