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HOOP RIVER GLACIEK. THUTIDAY, DECEMBER' 14, 1922
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It always pays to buy at
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GIFTS THAT LAST
It always pays tobuy at
NOT alone is the Diamond beautiful because of the purity of the rays that it sheds. The fact that its lustre will endure down through time, lends
it value and beauty, too. Some gaudy tinsel may be made for a moment to outshine purest gold, but the precious metal never loses its dura
bility. We pride ourselves on our gifts of substantial quality, gifts the workmanship and nature of which will render them heirlooms.
And in passing we would call attention to the fact that gold y was never cheaper than at the present moment. Jewelry of gold,
watches and rings, is now at a low mark. The only increase noted m. the Price of iewelry manufactured from gold has come
from the increase in the labor expended in the making, and W Xtv tnat 18 ower tnan a year ago.
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WHETHER it be a ring for the baby of plainest de
sign, or with delicate setting, or a fine diamond,
you will find it here. We set our diamonds in plati
num. The other day we were told by a diamond
merchant that at least 85 per cent of the jewelers of
the country were unable to handle such work. We
set our stones in platinum right here in Hood River.
$2.50 to $50.00
SALT AND PEPPER
in all of the
Special Sale on
Quadrupled Plated Silverware
ROGERS - COMMUNITY -
to reduce stock.'
All of these standard makes will be sold
at substantial reductions for the next.SO days.
In Sterling Silver Tabtewlrc of
which we have a complete dis
play, deihandi consideration by
those-about to purchase gifts.
Good Diamonds are
standard, and our prices
are as low as possible.
YOU GET WHAT
YOU PAY FOR
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Nearly every man prizes
a gift watch. We have
the Waltham and Elgin
and other makes time
pieces that the man in
his prime today will pass
on to his son.
Our watches are guar
anteed and we stand back
Full Line of
How about your eyes? If your vision has
become imperfect, you owe it to yourself to
make a Christmas present of a pair of
glasses to yourself.
Our many years of successful experience
in fitting glasses enables us to offer you a ser
vice second to none.
We permit only the best and most perfect to pass over our counters
and from our shelves. We will not be undersold.
LARA Yv7 AY
No finer lot of umhrellas has
ever been shown in Hood River
than is now on display at our
THEY ARE OF EXTRA
One may select from our han
dles a choice that will please
Their beauty and usefulness
will manifest themselves for
Failure to Report Draws Fine
It cost Glen Cunningham. West Side
young man, whose automobile collided
with Kenneth Folck, 10-year old coast
er, the eum of $5Jfor failing to report
the "accident to the sneriff's office.
Young ' Cunningham appeared before
Justice of the Peace Onthank Monday,
when the latter assessed the fine.
"I found that the young man did all
he could to make young Folck, who
sustained a broken leg, comfortable
after the accident," said Judge On
thank. "He failed to make the report
for the reason that he did not know it
was a legal formality imposed by law.
He was let off with a minimum fine."
ALWAYS AT YOUR
year after year
Stores, banks and office are open for your con
venience only between certain hours. But clay or
night, year after year, this Company stands at
your call to serve with light, heat and power.
To be "Always at Your Service" means that
your light and power company must have plants
of sufficient size, modern machinery and first
The funds with which to provide thee things
cannot be collected as a part of the cost of service,
but must be procured through the sale of securi
ties. Because of this, you have an opportunity to be
come financially interested in this eseential local
industry. Back of your investment staDd sub
stantial plants and property.
For Christina bur tli lasting
B,ft 7fc Preferred Stock. $100
and accrued dividend per thar
on easy payment if detired.
Ash any employe they're our salesmen
Invest In a business which Is nectssnry
to the growth of your community. Become
a stockholder In your lighting compsny.
CLIP AND MAIL THIS COUPON
Gaco Building, Portland, Oregon.
piea,e forward full information concerning the company
and itt 7 Preferred Stock.
Pacific poverxUght company
4 SERVANT of high
standing is the cow.
And the kind that sup
plies U3 the milk and cream
to produce our butter we sell
to vou are taken care of in a
modern sanitary manner,
Our butter 13
soli at a con
ir.vo5ti.rate the quality of
the butter we sell our prices
ar.d our service. They are
certain to please you.
Phone your order.
HOOD RIVER CREAHERY
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That the Pacific Northwest is in
creasingly popular as a national play
ground is shown in figures just given
out by the Portland cilice of tba U. b.
Forest Service. The estimate, which
is based on reports from the forest
rangers, gives a total of 1,029,972 peo
ple who souKht recreation within the
boundaries of the national forests of
Oregon and Washington during 1922.
Of this number, 457,706 vifited the na
tional forests of Oregon and 672,266
tho?e of Washington.
The figures include automobile trav
elers, pedestrians, . and others. Of
these 734,494 came bv automobile; 80,
203 were hunters and fishermen; 73,300
lingered to enjoy the privileges of the
forest camps, and 3,884 had permits
for summer homes. With this heavy
recreational use of the national for
ests, which is encouraged by the For
est Service as having a distinct value
in the life of the nation, cornea an in
creased hazard for man-caused fires,
according to forestry officials. They
point to the fact that 58 per cent of
the fires on the Oregon National For
ests and 76 per cent of the Washington
National Forests during 1922 were
man-caused ; of these 21 per cent in
Oregon and 31 per cent in Washington
were caused by campers and smokers.
The federal forestera further point
out that the continued success of the
tourit industry in the Northwest is
vitally dependent upon the prevention
of forest fires, for, they assert, the
tourist cannot be expected to come
again and bring his friends, if be is
offered nothing better than blackened
hillsides and smoke-hidden mountains.
$an Pays Three Fines
After City Recorder Howe had fin
ished fining W. M. Floyd h on an in
toxication charge and $10 for carrying
a loaded revolver, he was taken before
Justice of the Peace Onthank who
assessed a fine of $25 for posse st ion of
Floyd recently came here from As
toria. Ilia arrest came when he tried
to turn the front porch of H. Gros
into sleeping quarters for the evening.
In the Ounty Court of the State f
Oregon for Hood River County.
In the matter of the estate of Daniel
E. Stanton, Deceased.
To S. W. Stanton and to all other
persona intereated in said estate :
In the name of the State of Oregon:
Yoa are hereby commanded to artear
before the County Court of the Mate
ff Oregon for the County of Hood
Kiver at the court boute in the City of
Hood Kiver on January 24th. YiZZ, at
the hour of two o'clock p. m. on said
day, to show cause, if any, exitts. hv
an order of sale should not be made,
auth.-rizirg the administratrix of said
ettate to sil at rrivate '. to the
purpoe of f aying the exjeres of ad
ministration and claims agair.ft the
sail estate :
Iyta 4 4'V. 47. 4. 57. W. f 3 a-d &1
of I'.ck Twelve of Stranhn'a Third
Adi.t.on to the City of Hood R.ver,
Hi Hier Ccorty. Oresron.
W it-' tr y barsd and il r.f said
rouit aff.xed this 12th day of Decem
Kf r.t Sbociraler.
CARLSON & OSBURN
ADD NEW EQUIPMENT
Carlson & Osburn, former bakers of
The Dalles, who have just purchased
the Bradley Bakery here, have just in
stalled a three-deck electric oven.
They have added large mixers and a
bread wrapper. Every pie.-e of mach
inery in the plant is operated electric
ally. The concern operates a retail
store and bread is being marketed
wholesale through all of the grocery
stores of the city.
The new concern is making a bid for
widespread popularity because of the
auality of products being turned out.
They are catering to the holiday trade
with high class pastries and fruit
JOHN BAKER AGAIN
PROPOSES XMAS TREE
CANNOT BE KILLED
District Attorney Baker, collaborat
ing with the Public Welfare Commis
sion, an organization which adminis-
ters'the charity of the city and valley.
is arranging for a monster Christmas
tree for the children of Hood River.
C. A. Bell, of the Welfare Commis
sion, haa offered the use of the lower
floor of the Mount Hood Hotel for the
Definite plana for the proposed com
munity tree will have been worked out
by the time of next week s Glacier.
Rev. Lister Called
A committee of members of the Val
ley Christian church last week called
on Rev. J. H. Lister and tendered him
a call to the pastorate. He accepted
the call provided that no definite ten
ure be established. Rev. Litter was
formerly pat tor of the church. For the
past several years he has been engaged
here in real estate business and aa a
Ihzlctt Codqs Attorney
J. II. Hazlttt vas appointed bonus
attorney for tbia county last week.
Mr. Hazlett succeeds Geo. R. Wilbur,
who filed his resignation last month.
Attention, Koodcea cf the World!
On account of the hnmccfcining meet
ing to le held in Portland on the even
in of DtceffiU'r 10, all Woodmen plan
ning to attend are rfjuted to le at
Woodman hall. Fourth and State stref t,
at 1 p. ni. sharp on tliftt day. By ord-r
.f the Cl.ance.lor Commander, C. T.
Foster. I -i. Morgan,
Chttinrinn of the Trans
d 7 J 1 4 iKtrtation Committee.
Seventh Day Advcntbt Cfcarch
Corner 15th and C streets
Farhsth school Saturday 10 a. rn.
Treachir g service 11. IS a. m. Prayer
iTHtirg. Wednesday 7.45 p. m. All
I will Ti'-l I r"-pnMb f r any leb"s
cor,tract-J I'V w.ie, Lucinda WlK-rlow.
A. N li..ri..w. d7-21
Carrie in tr I 1 new Buick
r, -! h i-. 11425; Fours, 11075.
Hl Kiver Oarape.
J. F. Volstorff. of The Heights Gar
age, haa taken the local agency for the
Perlin Perpetual battery, which re
cently created a great interest among
automobilists here by the severe tests
it was put to. The battery was tested
out here in an automobile driven by
Karl Franz, who was accompanied by
Mr. Volstorff and members of the firm
of Allen Bros., a Portland
handling the distribution of
The battery was allowed to run the
starting mechanism until completey
exhausted, and then in a minute's time
it had recuperated to the point where
the starter was driven with energy and
"pep," starting the motor almost im
mediately. Local automobile people considered
the Perlin batteries remarkable.
Homemade candy and pastry sale
Saturday, December 16, at Moupt
Hood Motor Company display room by
St. Mark'a Guild.
Searches of records and reliable ab
stracts made by Oregon Abstract Com
pany, A. W. Onthank, Manager, 308
Oak Street. Thone 1521. j20-tf
A comradeship of worship and service.
Sunday school 9;4ra in.
Morning worship 11 a. m.
Young peoples meeting 7 p. m.
Sunday Evening club-7:45, 1st and 3rd
Sundays November to March inclusive.
Midweek Bible Lfccture Thursday even
ing at 7:30.
Other meetings subject to special an
nouncement. St. Mary's Catholic Church.
Daily Maps, 7 a. ni.; Sunday, 8 and
10:30 a. m. ; On first Sunday, only one
Mass, at 8 a. m. ; first Friday. Mans at
H a. m. ; Saturday at 9 a. m., instruction
for the children. General Communion
Day, first Sunday; Communion day for
children, third Sunday.
Parkdale Church Mass and Com
munion Service at 10 a. m. each First
Sunday. Franciscan Fathers,
Tel. 3132 709 Seventh Street.
Asbury M. L Church
Minister, Gabriel Sykes.
Epworth League at 6.30. Topic,
"Partnership With Christ." Helen
Goodpasture, leader. Sermon at 7 30.
Book of Revelations, "The Parties
in the World Conflict."
Sundav school .45 a.m., II. C. Deitz,
snpt. Preaching service, 11 a.m. Youtig
People's service, 6.30 p. ni., H. C. Sam
uel, pres. Evanpelietic service, 7.30 p.
m. Prayer meeting every Thurtdav at
7.30 p.m. W. P. Kirk, Pastor, tel. S3.
Only IP Days Till Xmas
First Church of Christ. Scientist
Services will be Ireld in Church
Bnildin?, Pth and Fnpene, Snnday, 11 :0t
a. m. r-nhject: la the Universe, in
clndirsg Man, Evolved by Atomic Force?
SnndaT School at 11 a. m.
Wednesday service, 8 p. m.
The reading room is open daily from S
to 5 p. tn., in the Church.
St. Mark's Episcopal Church I
Servkes w ill 1 hel l every Sunday
tvenir.ar at :.jy ociort, nev. ir. iu-.
o! otuciatirte. Sunday School will be;
Lei 1 as usual. j
Genuine FcrJ Parts at Fraai Co.
Complete line noi
in slock fjr instant
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A Design and a Price to Meet
The Brunswick Method of Reproduc
tionembodying an ovol tone am
plifier of moulded wood, like a fine
old violin, and the patented Ultona
achieves perfect rendition of the so
called "difficult tones." True piano
tones In faithful re-productlon ! So
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