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HOOD RIVER GLAClEfi, TfttTRSDAY, , DECEMBER 21, 1922
MOTH DAMAGE DUE
P. P. & LOO.
TO BE HELD TODAY
: "TO A WARM JUNE
FAST AT ASTORIA
WHERE the sun shines most of
T 1 the time. Out-of-door life all
Thousands of miles of paved high
ways through picturesque semi
tropic settings make motoring won
Most attractive ocean beaches on
the Pacific Coast
Most complete system of hotels,
apartment houses, cottages, bunga
lows and small suites for tourists of
any country m the world, and all
costs reasonable. Room for everybody.
Representative of the
UNION PACIFIC SYSTEM
ill gladly furnish instructive and beautifully illustrated booklets
giving complete information about the glorious playground of
the West. Let them tell all about hotei rates, railroad fares,
through car service, the famous Circle Tour through San Fran
cisco and Salt Lake City,.or apart of the way by ocean trip. No ,
Journey of equal interest in America.
J. H. FREDRICY, Agent
HOOD RIVER, ORE.
WM.,! McMURRAY, General Passenger Agent
WE EXTEND TO OUR PATRONS AND FRIENDS
! THE PEOPLE OF THE HOOD RIVER VALLEY
THE SEASON'S GREETINGS
WE HOPE FOR YOU A JOYFUL YULETIDE
AND A NEW YEAR OF HAPPINESS
OREGON LUMBER CO.
It is our wish that all
of the 'people of Hood River
may have a
to every one
If you need some fuel to keep the home fire
burning and to make the kiddies comfortable jusl
TRANSFER & LIVERY CO.
Goodies For The Yuletide
You will find any assortment of good things
as well as all the staples at our store.
While our shelves are loaded with all the best
canned goods and our cases are crowded, in
case you wish something special, just talk it
over with us and we kwill be glad to help
;fe FRASIER & SON
The annual meeting of the county
court and budget committee will be
held today, when a final budget for the
coming year will be adopted. . It is an
ticipated that a heavy fight will be
made to cut down on items that appear
in the tentative budget, wnile the
members of county granges have made
no announcement of what they will
attack, it is understood that they will
oppose proposed increased appropria
tions for work in county offices. While
no definite announcement has been
made, an undercurrent of talk is to the
effect that the proposed fund of $4,000,
with which to match a similar sum to
be appropriated by the United States
Forestry service, will be attacked.
Members of the budget committee
are Truman Butler, S. J. Moore, C. C.
Walton and Al W, Peters.
Mrs. McVay Has First Chicks
Hood River is ready to lay claim
the record early chickens. Mrs. J.
McVav had a Rhode Island Red hen
hatch 11 healthy chicks. Although
zero weather prevailed when the chicks
pecked their way through the shells
they are all hale and hearty and doing
"I expect to have fried chicken for
the Easter dinner from my own pen,'
said Mrs. McVay.
Eastern Star Elects
The Hood River Chapter of the East
em Star has elected officers for the en
suing year as follows : Mrs. V. R.
Abraham, worthy matron : H. D. W.
Pineo, worthy patron ; Mrs. Charles E,
Fuller, secretary: Mrs. Harold Hereh
ner, treasurer; Mrs. E. 1 Scobee,
associate matron ; Mrs. Frank Gilbert,
conductress, and Miss Lilly Fisher,
assistant conductress. The chapter
voted $25 to the Ked Cross chapter.
Mrs. Laura M. Hoy t Recommends
"I have frequently used Chamber
Iain's Tablets, during the past three
years, and have found them splendid
for - headache and bilious attacks. I
am only too pleased, at any time, to
speak a word in praise of them,
writes Mrs. Laura M. Hoyt, Rock port,
Before you buy an automobile you
eheuld see the new Studebaker at the
Cameron Motor Co. mill
Help Our Own Poor I
If you have any old clothes
that ftill have wear in them
or food of any kind (fresh or
canned) that you can spare,
please notify C. A. Bell or any
other member of the Public
Welfare Commission. There
are a number of poor families
that should be taken care of
in this county this winter.
C. A. BELL
Chairman, Public Welfare Commission
Leroy Child, who returned last
week from Spokane, where he attended
the annual meeting of the Washington
State Horticultural Society, said that
the discussion of codling moth damage,
which cost orebardista of Oregon and
Washington hundreds of thousands of
dollars last summer, formed the chief
feature of the sessions. Growers, how
ever, Mr. cniias saia, were given an
assurance by L. J. Newcomer, federal
pathologist, who is stationed at Yak
una, mat tney neea not jear a recur
rence oi sucn aamage tne coming
"Mr. Newcomer, who has spent four
years Btudying ceding moth," said
Mr. Cfailds, ' attributes the heavy
damage last year to a record warm
June. This month was the warmest in
history in the Yakima countv. accord
ing to Mr. Newcomer, and it is likely
that similar conditions prevailed in
other districts. It resulted in an un
usual activity or the female moths,
The hatch of worms was unprece
uentea. Ajuneeucnas last year is
rare, and growers, if normal weather
prevails next season, may expect to be
able to combat tne moth with the pre
cautions or a normal vear.
Utner mid-Columbia men who at
tended the Spokane convention were
Dr. H. L. Geary, of Underwood, and
F. A. Olmsted. Both made addresses,
Dormoil, the product of the Hood Riv
er Spray Co., won many compliments
ai me meeting.
The failure on the part of Multno
man county to take anv steps toward
clearing the Columbia River Highway
during tne snowstorm aroused the gen
eral criticism of motorists. Local au
tomobi lists who have recently made
the trip over the Highway, declare
that the Hood River end of the road
has been kept in excellent condition by
ru JNickeisen, supervisor of main
wnne tne roaa naaioeen in such con-
dtiion between here, and Portland to
alow down traffic considerably, it has
never been blocked for any length of
time, ihe efficient work or Mr. Nick
elsen between here and Mosier has
made it possible for The Dalles-Hood
River bus lines to make trips on regu
lar scneauie time.
Within 1Z hours arter the great As-
, C . . I . . .
vurm urc vi ivecemoer o almost every
light and power customer out of the
Durnea area in Astoria sejrved bythe
Pacific Power & Light Company was
receiving uninterrupted electrical ser
vice, there were a few customers
along the edge of the burned area who
were not in position to use electrical
energy Immediately and reconnecting
these customers was postponed until
the next day.
Ihe Pacific Power & Liffht Cnmnnnv
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employes were among tne first to know
about the fire and electrical and gas
service was immediately cut off so as
to eliminate possible linurv to firemen.
A group of employes rescued a large
amount or property from the com
pany's office building, including all the
company a books and records. These
were taken some distance from the fire
and stored in a safe place.
fcven wnne tne nre was in progress
linemen were engaged in cuttiner wires
to burning area so all other customers
could soon be served without interrun-
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nun. many arc tamps were tack in
service the first night after the fire.
kxtra construction and maintenance
men were sent to Astoria from several
parts of the Pacific company system.
and these .together with the local force
soon had electric service bark to nor
mal, and gas service was resumed the
While the Pacific company's financial
loes!is heavy, yet owing to the divers
ity of its business in many sections of
the Pacific Northwest, it will be nosai-
ble for the company to make speedy
recovery from the damages. About 35
city blocks were completely destroyed.
including the entire business section of I
the city. It is estimated that more
than 500 people were made homeless.
ixie vaiue to tne community oi a com-1
pany serving many cities and towns is
made manifest by the Astoria disaster.
A local company serving only Astoria
would have been severely crippled.
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$1 Buys :
Distribute Them on Christmas Day
TRAFFIC MEN GET
APPLES FOR KIDDIES
To get best results load your large size
Newtowns into separate cars and ship to
i to be sold in New York as the hew
York market particularly want large size
apples. Load your small size Newtowns
into separate cars and snip to us via
New York for export.
W. F. KURTZ CO.
BROKERS & DISTRIBUTORS
NEW YORK. N. Y.
UJfe&injj von a
We would call attention to
the variety of gift
in our store
Presents of satisfaction
for the smoker
Candies in boxes
C. A. RICHARDS
Fruit and Farm
LEGION POSTS TO
SEND ASTORIA FUNDS
State Commander George R. Wilbur
last week officially appealed to all
American Legion Posts of the state to
make appropriations from their funds
toward the relief of Astoria. He asked
that the relief appropriations be for
warded directly to Chas. A. Murphy,
commanaer oi tne Astoria l'o't.
Chapters of the Women's Auxiliary
will alfo participate in relief for At-
toria. The local chapter, which will
forward further funds, has already
Students Would Q to Lake
Gilbert Edgingtbn lst week received
a tetter irom a group of JerTerscn high
school students in Portland asking him
to escort them on a pilgrimage to Lost
Lake for their Christmas vacation.
Mr. Edgington said he would advise
the recreationists to forego their plat s
if the winter storm continued. He
says the snow in the lake district iH
now probably seven feet deep and that
travel there would be very arduous for
those not accustomed to the wilderness
in the winter.
Mr. Ldgington proposed to the stu
dents that they go to The Homestead
on the east side of the mountain, where
toboganning and skiing will be a tea
ture of recreation.
Chapter, R. A. M., Electa
The Chapter of the Roval Arch
Masons last Friday night elected offi
cers for the ensuing year as follows
O. B. Nye. high priest: Glenn B.
March, king; Thomas Fisher, scribe;
u. uiancnar. treasurer : w. 11. Mc
Guire, secretary; Frank Howard, cap
tain or tne nost; u. N. (Jlarke. pnnci
pal sojourner; A. S. Keir, Royal Arch
captain; J. C. Johnsen, master ot the
third veil; Walter Nackj master of the
second veil ; J. M. Cuibertson, master
of the first veil: A. F. Howes, chau-
ain, and F. S. Gilbert, sentinel.
Installation occurred immediately fol
lowing the election.
Monet flood Store to be Rebuilt
v r ni m
11. 0. wyati. 01 fcaiem. who was
here last week, announced that the
Mount Hood store, which burned on
Thanksgiving night, will be rebuilt at
once. He and his brother will resume
business, operating a cash store at the
Upper Valley point It is expected
mat a garage building, also destroyed.
will be replaced by January 1. The
new store will be one story of the
same dimensions ai the structure
A small stock of goods has been
assembled by the Upper Valley mer
chants in a residence near the burned
The Baptist Chorcb
Christmas eve will be observed at
the Baptist church with an appropriate
program wnicn win oe given at 5 p
m. This service will take the pla-e of
the regular evening service. The Sun
day school will begin at 10 a. m., fol-
lowed by the preaching service at 11.
Subject of the sermon, "Safe in the
Midst of Danger. Prayer meeting
Wednesday at 7.30 p. m. Let not the
cold weather keep you from the prayer
meeting, for such meetings are the life
of the churches and more important to
the community than any other meet
ings of any kind.
U K. Delepine. Pastor.
24-hour service on cleaning and press
ing. Meyer A Brareao. Tel. 1014. ollltf
Taking Desperate t'banres
It is true that many contract severe
colds and recover from them without
taking any precaution or treatment,
and a knowledge of this fact lead
others to take their chances instead of
giving their colds the needed attention.
t should be borne in mind that every
cold weakens the lungs, lowers the
vitality, makes the system less able to
ithstand each succeeding attack and
paves the way for the more serious
ceases. Can you afTord to take such
desperate chances when Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy, famous for its caret
of bad eclds may be had for a trifle?
Ffrial sale at Larawty's on quadru
ple plU-d siUermsre K'-grs, Commun
ity, Alvin and Rockford. All the stand
ard makes i!l be sid at substantial
redactions for 30 dart to reduce stock.
The Hood River Traffic Association
la engaged in assembling from local
growers Christmas gift apples for the
children of Astoria and Portland. The
apples destined for the burned city
will be forwarded to a committee of
Portland Elks who are arranging to
carry cheer to Astoria kiddies at
Christmas. The apples for Portland
will be distributed through the Wei-
Tare Association of that city.
r. f. Uark, president of the traffic
association, says that shippers will be
asked to cooperate with their growers
and secure gifts of apples for the poor
01 noon niver.
In the Countv Court of the State
Oregon for Hood River County.
In the matter of the estate of Daniel
E. btanton. Deceased.
To S. W. Stanton and to all other
persona interested in said estate:
In the name of the State of Oregon :
You are hereby commanded to appear
before the County Court of the State
of Oregon for the County of Hood
River at the court house in the City of
Hood River on January 24th. 1923. at
the hour of two 0 clock p. m. on said
day, to show cause, if any, exists, why
an order or sale should not be made,
authorizing the administratrix of said
estate to sell at private sale, for the
purpose 01 paying the expenses of ad
ministration and claims against the
said estate :
Lots 45. 46. 47. 48. 57. 58. 9 and CO
or lilocn twelve or Ktranahan a Third
Addition to the City of Hood River,
hoou mver Lunty, uregon.
Witness my hand and seal of said
court affixed this 12th day of Decem
Little bright, red packages
packed full of luscious little seed
less Sun-Maid Raisins every
Kiddie wants one on Christmas
Buy a carton at the nearest store
24 for $1, the special Christmas
Distribute them among the chil
dren. Then let them give a little
package to each of their little
A delicious, healthful, natural
sweetmeat that's both good and
good for them.
Lets get the carton now
dozen brilliant little boxes, all
$1 less than 5c each.
Notice to Creditors
In the County Court of the State
Oregon for Hood River County.
In the Matter of the Estate of Wil-
lard b. Hull, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned has been appointed executrix
or the estate of Willard S. Hull, de
ceased, by the County Court of Hood
River County, Oregon, and has duly
qualihed as such executrix. All per
sons naving any claims against said
estate are hereby required to present
me same, duly verified as by law re
quired, to the undersigned executrix.
the office of John Baker, Brosius Build
ing, Hood River, Oregon, within six
months from the date of the first pub
lication of this notice. The date of
the first publication of this notice is
November 23, 1922.
Executrix of the Estate of
n23J21 Willard & Hull, Deceased
Notice of Final Account
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned, as Executor of the Will of
Lucy Boorman, deceased, has filed bis
rmal Account in raid Estate in the
County Court of Hood River County,
uregon. ana that said court has. tv or
der duly made and entered, appointed
Saturday. December 30. 1922. at 10
o clock a. m . as the time, and the
court room of laid court as the place.
for the Hearing upon said Final Ac
count, and of objections thereto, and
the settlement thereof. Of which all
persons interested will take due notice.
Dated and first published November
A. W. Bcorman, Executor.
George R. Wilbur.
Pack up your trunks and go now to this
Land of Golden Sunshine.
Here yon may enjoy every ont-door pas
time in winter as in summer. You may live
in luxurious hotels or in rose-bowered
bungalows snd comfortable boarding houses
at less cost. .
For LOW ROUND TRIP FARES,
train service, reservations and descriptive
folders ask your local ticket agent or write
JOHN M. SCOTT
General Pacenger Agent
I fLtNESj j
"Every mile a scene worth while"
Notice of Rearing and Settlement of I
Final Accoant of Administrator
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned, Admimatrator of the estate
of E. L. Smith. Deceased, has filed his
final account with the Clerk of the
County Court of Hood River County.
State of Oregon, and that said Court
has fixed the 30tb day of December,
Via. at the hcur .f l'J o clock a. m.
ss the time and the Court Room of the
County Court Houe in said County in
the City of Hood River, Oregon, as the
place for hearing or objections of Md
final account and report, if any there
be, and any and all persona having ob
jections thereto are nttified to p reerst
the same on or before said date and at
raid place. J. F. Watt,
Hood River, Oregon.
E. H. Hartwig.
Attorney for EUte.
r.3uJ28 Hood River, Oregon.
And do rot forget, if you have llated Christmas
sloj jin to do, that our store is still filled with
many choice articles. With the expenditure of a
minimum of time you will be able to find just what
youuu-h. Christmas Cards.
THE BOOK AND ART STORE
HOOD RIVER. OREGON
Come in and ee th new P.jick 1&?3
model. $1425: f.or. IliTL.
Hood River Oarags.
S. E-. BARTMESS
FDKERAL DffiECTOR AND LICENSED E1AME3
Licensed with Oregon's first class cf Embalmers, Pr.or.el3Sl.3S2l
HOOD RIVER, OREGON