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HOOD KlVUit ni.A;lKlt. THORSIUY, DECEMBER 21, 1022
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It always pays to buy at
LA RAW AY'S
GIFTS THAT LAST
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TVTOT alone it the Diamond beautiful because ot the purity or JW" shic purest gold, but the precious metal never loses its aura
NU t value and beauty, too. Some gaudy tinsel may fJ J wh'ich will render them heirlooms.
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bility. We pride ourselves on , ,u w. , - moment Je
And in passing we would call attention to the fact that gold
..-.u-. j U now at a low mark, i ne omy increase
frirSe incase' in the labor expended in the making, and
r. - -f a v . at
YHETIIER it be a ring for the baby of plainest de
w 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 &5 per cent of the jewelers of
the country were unable to handle such work We
set our stones in platinum right here in Hood Kiver.
$2.50 to $50.00
wa. never cheaper than at the present I .J
noted in the price ot jeweiry manuiaumcu ...... e
that is lower than a year ago.
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.30 days.
in Sterling Silver Tablewlr of
whii;b we have a complete dis
play, demanda consideration by
those- about to purchase gifts.
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Good Diamonds are
standard, and our prices
are as low as possible.
YOU GET WHAT
YOU PAY FOR
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
A 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.
W. F. LARAWAY
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
For tlry box wood phone Emry Lntn
ber & Fuel Co. Just right for kindling
and quick fires. ol2tf
For dry box wood phone Emry Lum
ber & Fnel Co. Just right for kindlinn
and quick fires. o!2tf
THE BEST FOR XMAS!
AT this pre-Yuletlde season, many will
be seeking a lft box of Candy of
finest quality. If you are seeking a lft
package that is not Just candy, but a
confection made to please the most fas
tidious, we Invite you to visit us. . . .
And what more appropriate &lft could you
surest than n Box of T ine Cnndy?
We extend to all the wish lor
A MERRY CHRISTMAS
HAPPY NEW YEAR!
The Apple Blossom Cafe
k. V. rOREMAN
MIDDLE FORK SELLS
BONDS FOR 98.78
The Ralph Schneeloch Co. waa
awarded a $55,000 block of aix per cent
bonds of the newly formed Middle
Fork Irrigation Co., recently organized
by orchardista of the Upper Valley, on
a bid of $98.78. Four other bids were
made for the irrigation securities.
The irrigation district authorized
$75,000. The remaining $20,000 will
he sold by the directorate as the need
for them arises.
English Lutheran Church
Regular services at 11 o'clock. Sun
day school at 9.45. Children's services
Sunday evening at 7.30. Two choir
numbers will be rendered. Christmas
services December 25 at 11 a. m. Y.
V. S. Christmas social December n ai
V. liiigenuori, rasior.
The Quality Store ;
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WAS WELL ATTENDED
The annual business meeting of Riv
erside church was held in connection
with a congregational dinner served by
the men last Friday evening in the
In addition to the business items, a
(program of music and addrefses was
enjoyed by the izu people wno Draveu
the inclement weatner 10 enjoy ine
hospitality of the Community church.
A duet bv Mrs. C. II. Sletton and
James Collier, and a solo by Albert
Case were greatly enjoyed ana were
given encores by the audience.
Thn nrinrinnl address of the evenine
waa triven bv E. C. Smith on "What a
Lawyer Thinks of a Minister." The
speaker paid a cordial tribute to the
work of the local pastor and the
Officers elected at the business meet
ing were as follows: Trustees, Frank
A. Cram, Glenn 13. Marsh. A. G.
Lewis. J. II. Jeffrey ; church treasurer, I
a a l owia- ripAron. Leslie JJutler:
church clerk, J. H. Jeffrey ; deaconess.
Mrs. S. U. UamDDeii: cnurcn scnooi
superintendent, I. R. Acheson. To the
position of chief usher, Dr. H. D. W.
Pineo was appointed by the boara oi
trustees. Dr. Pineo has appointed
James H. Hazlett as his associate.
The report for the year showed a
very successful activity on the part of
the church in all departments. The
budget showed an expenditure of $8,-
500. In the three years of its activity
the church has increased its member
ship from 120 to 325. The budget has
increased from $2,200 to $8,500, as was
shown in a short address by Mr. Boddy
in summing up the work.
Attention, Sir Knights
The Commandery of Knights Temp
lar will hold its regular Christmas ob
servance at Masonic hall Christmas
morninar. Following the ceremony the
Sir Knights will participate in a
All Sir Knights of the jurisdiction
have been invited to participate.
Notice by Publication
In the Circuit Court of Hood River
In the matter of the petition of the
Board of Directors of Dee Irrigation
District for the judicial examination
and judgment of the Circuit Court as
to the regularity ana legamy ox cer
tain proceedings relating to the organ
ization oi said District, ana 10 me is
suance of its bonds.
To the Dee Irrigation District, to
all Freeholders, Legal Voter and As
sessment Payera within said District,
no to all other persons initresiea in
In the Name of the State of Oregon :
You and each of you are hereby noti
fied that the Board of Directors of Dee
Irrigation District has. by its petition
filed with the Clerk of this Court, com
menced proceedings in said Court pray
inz for the .judicial examination and
judgment of said Court as to the regu
larity and legality of each and every
of the acta and proceedings o: the
original petitioners for said District,
of the County Court of Hood River
County, Oregon, and of the Board of
Directors of said District, taken and
had in connection with the organiza
tion of said District, and the authoriz
ation and issuance of its bonds in the
maximum amount of fro.000.00, and
any other matter or proceeding affect
ing the legality or validity of said Dis
trict or of its said bonds, that all of
the same may be approved and eon
firmed and that said District and its
said bonds may be adjudged and de
creed to be legal and vaud.
You are required to appear and an
swer said petition, or otherwise plead
to the same, and contest the validity
of said proceding or of any of the
acts or things therein enumerated be
fore the expiration of ten days after
the full publication of this police, to
wit. On or before January 21, 1.C3;
and if you fail so to do, for wart
thereof, said petitioners will apply to
the Court for tbe relief r rayed for in
This Notice is served upon you I y
publication thereof once a week fur
three consecutive weeks, purunt to
the Order of the Ju!;e of thi C.rou t
Court, dated December 20, 1322; and
tbe f.ist publication bereof is on De
cember 21. lyL
Given unler my band and the seal
cf tbe Circuit Ctuit this Decerr.Ur 21.
(Seal) Kert Shoemaker,
!21jll Clerk cf Circuit Cturt
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Before you buy an automobile you
should see the new Studebaker at the
Cameron Motor Co.
Come in and see the new Buick 1923
models. Sixes, $H25; Fours, $1075.
Hood River Garage.
Loo for the Water Mar
Ever pick up a sheet of writing paper so invitingly
beautiful to the eye and the touch, that it seemed
to say to your fingers, "You must write on me! ?
Symphony Lawn is just such a paper. It comc3 in
three exquisite finishes and several smart tints. Sheets
and envelopes in the newest shapes. Also correspondence
cards to match. May we show you Symphony Lawn?
is the wish of the owners
and clerks of this store that
every Hood River home
Monday will be pervaded
with the real sprit of Christ-
mas. Let tnose or us wnu
have grown up from the days of child
hood, marked by its inspiring faith, be
possessed by some of the joy that is
vpln a summing up of the year 1922,
we would not feel content without
expressing our appreciation to our
friends and patrons the people of
Hood River. We thank you and wish
A fUcrnj (Elirtfitman
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VINCENT & SHANK
Kresse Drug Co.
The jjetzaM, store
" The Home of Quality Groceries
THE mcmlcrs of the directorate and manager of this insti
tution. wih to express, at this season of felicitations, a
gratitude to the folk of Hood River Valley for their magnifi
cent co-operation. It will be the efTorts of the Creamery
organization to continue to merit harmonious support of all
and to make the creamery a larger and more teneficial insti
tution for producers cf cream as well as those who consume
the f.nihoi product.
&UitO Sincere IDisfjcs for a illcrrp Cfjristma
The Hood River Creamery