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nOOD RIVER GLACIER, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1922
AS we approach this year's
end look forward to
ward the beginning of the
New. Year, it is our wish
for the orehardists of Hood
River that they may in re
trospective mood feel a satis
faction in a realization that
they have done their part
in producing a portion of the
nation's finest apple tonnage.
May we tell Hood , River or
ehardists . that they should
face the cominfc apple season
with a spirit of confidence.
The care they expend on
their fruit trees deserves and
will win ultimate success.
To growers, who are our
patrons, we wish to express
our thanks. To all growers
we express the hope that we
may become better acquain
ted. We may, with pardon
able pride, we think, point
to the stabily of our, fruit;
sales organization. Our or
ganization is based on the
best business principles and
integrity, extending over a
period of many decades, It
is our hope ta become a con
stant, honored and respected
factor in the orcharding in
dustry of the .Northwest.
We wish- you ..a Merry
SGOBEL & DAY
By J. Arthur Riggs and
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
for your Car
$17.45 and Up
Investigate and save money
Willard Service Station
MAX L. MOORE
9 OAK STREET
; Lv. Ho River 9.00 a. m. daily,
f xcer.t M on. lay.
Lv. Portland, 7.15 a. in. daily,
Fare to Portland, $1.00
i Pally Sen ice Portlar.d to Astoria.
Tie fcrhfs Transportation Co.
JACK BAGLF.V, Agent.
Painting: or Varnishing
Satisfactory Service Given
fhcre 2734 or call st l&QTi Taj! r St.;
When You Are Constipated
To insure a healthy action of.Jthe
bowels and correct disorders of the
liver, take two of Chamberlain's Tab
lets immediately after supper. They
will not only cause gentle movement
of the bowels, without unpleasant ef
fects, but banish that dull, itupid feel
ing, that often accompanies constipation.
Conie and worship with us rext
Lordsday. The Bible school at 9.45 a.
in. A. B. Cash. Supt. Preaching at H
a. m. Topic, "The Christmas Message
to the Church." The Christmas pro
gram will be given by the Bible school
at 7.30 p. m. Come and enjoy the ex
ercises and share the Christmas cheer.
A-welcome to all. J. C. Hanna, Pastor.
year after year
HOOD RIVER is growing and we must
omw with it. Each is dependent on the
o - --- .
other. We cannot extend lines unless there
are people to be served, nor will people go
where they cannot procure light and power.
Community growth demands from us more
equipment, extended lines, larger plants.
Money derived from sale of service cannot
be used for such betterment. ' Therefore they
muat be paid for through the sale of securities.
Buy an Interest
Hundreds of our customers are receiving 7o
dividends through ownership of our To Pre
ferred Stock and at the same time are aiding
in community development. Why not do the
and accrued dividends per share
CASH OR EASY PAYMENTS
7 Invest In u business which ts necessary
to the growth of yoar community. Become
a stockholder in your lighting company,
CLIP AND MAIL THIS COUPON
Gasco Building, Portland, Oregon.
Please forward full information concerning the company
and its 7 Preferred Stock.
They are our
if .tout Hi
W. L. CLARK SEEKS
WATER OFFICE JOB
W. L. Clark, formerly superintendent
of the locks of the Columbia at Cas
cade Locks and for the past two years
a member of the staff of the state
highway department, has applied for
the position of superintendent of the
municipal water department here which
will be vacant in early January, when
the resignation of W. T. Price will ex
pire. Mr. Clark, who is a civil engin
eer, was engaged in pioneer days with
his father in laying out section lines of
the mid-Columbia district.
Others who have applied several
weeks ago for the office are: Thomas
Lacey, Joseph Frazier, Jr., and J. F.
Johnson, the latter of Junction City,
It is reported that an application will
also be made by J. K. Carson.
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J. C. JOHNSEN
IT ALWAYS PAYS TO
TRADE AT KELLY'S
THE PLEASURE IN REMEMBERING
THE CONFIDENCE WE HAVE
IN EACH OTHER AND OUR MUTUAL
EJTEEM AND 600D WILL 1-5
THE CHARM OF THE
lUr um?f) ijmt a fHrrru (Christinas
anil a ffiapyu 2Cnu IJrar
KELLY BROS. CO.
I IARDWARE FURNITURE
Oak Grove Corner Grocery Club
The club members at the last meet
ing were disturbed by a six-footer
coming into the office and without any
formality, asked if we had any pocket
Cooks. Mr. fenwick finally became
normal and replied, "Yes." The
gentleman of no small proportions
said, "Let me see them." The store
manager proceeded to show him the
stock and the stranger selected the
Jargeet book and said, "Thanks" and
"Charge it, .and left without any in
troduction. We think he must be one
of the East Side growers, as no West
Side grower would have use for so
large a pocket, book.
The young men of the Oak Grove
district are organizing a club of 25 or
30 members to buy a pool table. Any
one who may know of a table that can
be bought at a reasonable price ad
dress Frank Fenwick. The bovs so far
have not been able to find satisfactory
accommodations and if they are unable
tojfind a place the Corner Grocery Club
will arrange room for the boys in the
Oak Grove, Store.
One of the members of the club re
ceived for Christmas la?t year beau
tiful as well as useful present and soon
after received a bill for same This
gentleman desires to inform his friends
that he can have and enjoy a very
Merry Christmas and Happy New
Year without any donations other than
G. A. McCurdy ia once more enjoy
ing the winter sports, coasting down
the hill to the store. The bovs brine
me siea nacK up tne mil alter school
One of the members of the club, af
ter reading about the auction wires on
apples at Mew Xork and boston de
dares he is going to pull his apple
trees out and start raising coats for
which he can have a home market at
Clyde Birk was seen with a sawed-
ofl shotgun watching the clouia for a
rlosk of lost geese going north. Mr.
Birk says that since he had a small
slice of the goose his wife shot, he has
developed an appetite for more goose.
W. S. Crapper ia convalescing after
some strenuous service on the iuiy.
This accounts for his being absent at
the club meetings. Bill says he will
be present at the next meeting to take
care of his official duties.
The Green Point road is so free from
snow that the ranchers are complaing-
ng about having no good sledding
However, the mail is being delivered
on regular schedule.
S. L. Banks has intimated that if
the club will arrange for an old time
hay rack party he will. furnish the
Eastern oysters. Mrs. Banks endorses
he suggestion and says she will assist
the Parent-teachers in serving the
oyster soup at the school house. The
motion was seconded by Mrs. Dunn.
Mrs. Dunn, Mrs. Banks. Mrs. Mc
Curdy. Mrs. John Stranahan, Mrs.
Birk and Mrs. Lemmon have asked for
honorary membership in the Corner
Grocery Club. The request was passed
nmnmously by a standing vote. Ini-
iation will take place at the next
moker, February 30, 11)23.
A. W. Stone, general manager of
the Apple Growers Association, has
gone to California for thne weeks of
business and pleasure. 1. S. Good
bye, Christmas checks for the growers.
the club members were informed
through a reliable source that A. 1.
Mason, proprietor and dictator for the
ast Side, most emphatically refufea
o permit t ie county court to grade
nd gravel our Wet Side road from
he Columbia River Highway to the
Country Golf Club. Mr. Mason need
ot worry as the Corner Grocery Club.
Oak Giove, Hood River county, has
arranged to pay the bill. Anything
orth having we can and will have in
the Oak Grove district
Mr. Lemmon announced at the club
meeting December 14 that he was eel-
hrating his 41ft anniversary and de
larcd that in 1 881 the preacher tied a
not" that was not a slip "not." Mr.
nd Mrs. Lemmon are eiiovinir the
inter if not the highway. John Ba-
er, district attorney, Iwrota Mr. and
Mrs. Lemmon as follows: "Fortv-one
ears is a long time for a woman to be
ied up to the same man. That fact
peaks well for you both, and I hasten
to congratulate. It is surely fine that
ycu are both so well preserved, in body
and spirit, and erjoy life seemingly
better than most married people do at
balf your ae. Here is Imping that 1
may be present at your Golden Wed
ding, rine.years from now, and then
atrain 10 years and 2d yesis later.
Moveover, 1 want to be your 'best
man' at that joyous occasion."
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pyj f sedan Y t- I 1 f M,J 1
j;h $2050 w-:$Llii &'J?At I
Its Body Is as Sturdy as Its Chassis;
Lasting satisfaction with a closed car de
pends not only upon the dependability of the
chassis but upon the durability of the body.
In the Special-Six Sedan, Studebaker
offers an admirable co-ordination of these
Stop in at our showroom and see this
Sedan. Stand off and get a three-quarter
view of it. Note its striking beauty. Step
inside and relax in the nine-inch seat cush
ions. Note the great roominess and the
complsfeness of the equipment. -
Take a ride behind its 50-horsepower
motor. Try the wheel yourself. Put it to
any test every test. Try its acceleration,
speed, power. Ask yourself if you ever
handled a car that steers so easily that
responds so satisfactorily with just what you
want, when you want it.
The body is a product of Studebaker skill
and craftsmanship which have been devel
oped through more than two generations of
vehicle building. Highest grade of materials
and workmanship have produced a body as
beautiflil as it is enduring.
Thh Sedan is a good investment because
of the saving in the initial out!aynd the
moderate cost of maintenance. The price is
possible- because Studebaker- builds- three
distinct models with only one manufacturing
and marketing cost and because middlemen's
profits are virtually eliminated.
The name Studebaker stands for stability .
of body as well as chassis.
Four doors that swing wide open. Heater. Automatic windshield wiper. Rear-v lew mirror.
Beaded radiator. Courtesy light. Jeweled eight-day clock. Cowl ventilator. Thief-proof
transmission lock. Rain visor. Opalescent corner lights. Massive headlights. Artistic
Coach lamps. Simple automatic window lifts raise or lower plate-glass windows.
MODELS AND PRICES-, o. b. factories
LTGHT-STX SPECIAL-SIX I BIG -SIX
i-fass.. 112' V. 40 H. P. S-Paaa., US' W. B., SO H. P. 7-Paaa,. 126' W. B., 60 IT. P.
Touring , , $ 97S Tourings $1275 Tmiriny i7e.n
Roadster (3 -Pass.) 975 Roadster (2 Pass.) 1250 Speedster (4-Pass.) 1835
Coupe-Roadster Roadster (4 Paas.) 1275 Coupe (4-Pass.) 2400
(2-Pass.) 1225 Coupe (4-Pass.) 1875 Coupe (S-Pass.) 2550
Sedan 1550 Sedan 2050 Sedan 2750
Non-Skid Cord Tires, Front and Rear, Standard Equipment
Terms to Meet Your Convenience
CAMERON MOTOR COMPANY
HOOD RIVER, OREGON .
S T, U DEBA K E R. Y. E A R
Eyes scientifically examined by II. L.
Hasbrouck, Optometrist, Heilbronner
We operate the only modern Cleaning
Works in Hood River. Meyer & Bra
zeau Phone 1014. o!2tf
Hood River Box Co., box manufact
Hood River, Oregoni
VULET1DE AND NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS
Boy Asks Marriage Annulled
Less than one month of married life
was enough for Crawford Wood, 17
vests old. who married Catherine
Cochrane. 1(5, in Hood River Novem
ber 28 & The boy 1huiday filed a pe
tition in the circuit court tt Th? Dslles
aeking that his mutter. Mrs. Alice G.
Wood, be named his guardian, in order
that she rr.itzht file suit for annulment
of the marriage. This order was
granted by Judtre Wilson snd the ac
tion for annulment was Med.
The children sl j j td away to Hood
Uiver'and obtained a licerse tj swear
ing that they were of itRl age, it was
alleged in the con f laint. J. W.
Hayr.es. sa;.I to be Ue grandfaher of
the p;rl. mate an n"..: ;t that the age
cf the rrsarnate bj j brar.tt were legal,
the cumj laint set foith.
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r 15 OUR WISH that all of you
have a most Merry Christmas
and that the New Year may. be
filled with desires and ambitions
j& In extending our greetings we
would call your attention to the
service we propose' to offer the Hood River
housewives. We have established bakeries
equipped with the most modern machin
ery. We wish to merit your patronage by
a service that will win your approbation.
We want to be known here at home for the
consistent quality of our goods. We ask your
approval and support for the general good t
of Hood River.
CARLSON & OSBURN,
Successors to Bradley Bakery.
E. C. KROLL,
Proprietor Hood River Bakery.
Lost Bend Man Found Cere j
Errest F. Dick. I.er.d rran. hodis-j
apsvared Fi iday from a Portland bos-j
I !tl, was l cstet st the Hottl Oregon
Satur.iy r.ight. Mrs. Pick and is-;
ter. Mrs. J. A. Krigtt. of IewL r-' j
rived Saturday flight t., tufce rare of
Mr. !.;t k. whs has betn st:Terirg from 1
a rervous breakdown. Trey left Sua- j
dav to return to IVrtinr i, j
Mr. Lick arrived here Friday by
trsin. He roistered at the rt td m- ,
meii!-ly. His atttort etc normal
and attracted ro atler tiv.rv. , i
Cljrfetmasf Cfjeer i
T this time of the year, our tho'ts5
turn back to our friends, and 1
customers who have played
their part in our Business in
making it a Success. Therefore we use.
this space in thanking our Customers
and wishing our friends and customers
a Merry Christmas and a Bright and.
Prosperous New Year.
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TUM-A-LUM LUMBER CO.
Phone 4121. LUMBER BILL, Mgr.