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HOOD RIVER GLAClEIt, TIlDKDAy, UfiCEMBER 21, 1922
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Winter's chill soon vanishes when
you have a good oil heater rilled
with Pearl Oil. The touch of a
match brings a steady, friendly
warmth many hours on a single
Pearl Oil is refined and re-refined
by our special process, which makes
it clean burning no smoke no
odor no dirt.
Buy Pearl Oil in bulk -the same
high quality kerosene as the Pearl
Oil sold in five gallon cans.
At dealers everywhere. Order by
name Pearl Oil. .
Apple Boxes, Dry Bordeaux,
Orchard Supplies, Implements.
Why not ship your fruit
with us this season ?.
The Hood River Fruit Co.
HIT. HOOD RAILROAD COMPANY
Time Table No. 34
Taking effect Friday, November lOih, 1922.
SOUTH BOO ND
Xo. 5 No. 3 No. I fj0.J No. 4 j No. No. I
Motor Mo,or J'l"y. . "MTaTiT" tia"y Mft ,nr "mTTJT
n.iiw Dally J''1'?1" Stations Ki.-,.t Kie..Pt or Maturd-y
P"y BJ ' bud'y rtu'ldy Sunday Daily Only
p M P. U. A. M. P. M. P. M.
4.(K) 11.00 8.(0 ... L. BoodRiur Ar 3.00 9.15 2.30 7 00
4.08 11.03 8.05 Powerdale 2.57 9.11 2.2U 6.6(1
4.12 11.12 8.15 Switchback 2.60 9.05 2.19 6.49
4.33 11. S3 8.25 Van Horn 2.40 8.52 2.09 6.39
4.3 11.36 H.30 Mohr 2.35 8.48 2.05 6.35
4.42 11.42 8.43 O.ieil 2.30 8.43 2.00 6.30
4.47 11.47 8.48 Summit 2.i!5 8.30 1.53 6 23
4.611 11.50 8.53 Kloucher 2. 20 8.32 1.49 6 19
4.M 11.64 .li3 lloleteiu 2.10 8.27 1.42 6 12
4.67 11.57 9.06 Winane 2.03 8.24 1.39 6.09
6.01 12.02 9.15 IH. P 8.20 1.35 6 05
6.00 12 07 9.25 Trout Creel: 11.15 8.15 1.30 tOO
9.31 tVnp 1
6.20 12.20 9.35 Vd worth 11 .OS 8.05 1.20 6 60
5.30 12. iO 10.00 Ar. Prkla!e It 11.00 8.00 1.15 6 45
P. W. P. M. A. M J A. M. A. M. I P. M. P. M.
Owing to limited apace on Motor Care all truj and heavy baejjage wil) be
handled on the fteanitraiim, either in advance of or following the passengers.
Nos. 3, 4, 6, 6 and 8. Motorn, hae titbit of track owr Nog. I and 2. Steam
Trains will clear time of Motor Cars at all meeting n pacing' points Five (5)
Minute. Steam Trains will nvupy Main Line at meet in and paosinjr point, but
will permit motors to patw without delay. Motor Cars will approach Sidings and
Stations cautiously, expecting to fipd main line ectij -ied.
To close out the following ! THE FASHION STABLE'S
iAITTS PKdale Auto Stage
3 C2x3J 13.C0 Phone 1201
2 31x4 15.75 . ., , , ., t
" 2 3-x4 17.00 aves IIooJ River daily at
1 3:7x4 Z-Z 1 8.C3 4-3P-i"-
n "i 5 oriX-i ti'crl L('aves -rkdale Daily at 8
" 2 33x4 ZZZ 25i00 m' (exce,tSunday)-
wr ivrnrt) Every Saturday Leaves
M. V EBER. Parkdale at 6 p. m.
I C.E.C00VERT'S FATHER SGOBEL & DAY WILL
PASSES AT DAYTON
SHIP 350 CARS
White Salmon and Underwood apple
districts suffered no loss from the low
temperatures ol last week, according
to f aul McKercner, or White Salmon,
who with J. Arthur RiVes. of this citv.
represents Sgobel & Day in the mid-
Columbia, lhe activity of growers
organizations and shipping concerns in
both places in constructing adequate
storage the parit year, enabled them to
handle their apples safely. Air. Mc
Kercner says that shipments for his
firm in the Washington districts are
well cleaned up.
The company last week still lacked
nine cars on an order of 45 carloads of
export Newtowns, which will be
shipped to New York City, whence
they will, go to Denmark, Norway,
Sweden and South America.
"We still have a total of about 70
cars to roll from Hood River," eaid
Mr. McKercher. "Our total shipments
from the mid-Columbia, eastern Ore
gon and the Willamette Valley will
teach 350 cars."
The following obituary notice of the
father of C. E Coovert la taken from
the Dayton Tribune: :
James W. Coovert was born in Peble
county, Ohio, June 16, 1847, and died
at his home in Dayton. Oregon. No
vember 27. 1922, being 75 years, 5
months and 11 days old.
He was united in marriage to Miss
Susan Frankenberger in Newton coun
ty, Indiana, November 26, 18G8, and to
this union four'sons were born : Chas.
E. (Bert). William E. (Ennis). Rich
ard E. and James E. Coovert, who sur
vive him. His wife died December 5,
1905. On October 16, 1908. he was
married to Mrs. Mary M. Howard,
who with her three daughters, Grace,
Mabel and Vida, also survive him.
He enlisted as a private in the Civil
war at Newton, Indiana. Februarv 24.
1865, for one year or during the war.
and was mustered out at Nashville.
Tenn., September 19. 1865.
He became a member of the G. A.
1 R. in Nebraska and when Upton Post.
(J. A. H.. waa orcranized in I)nvtnn ha
was a charter member and had held fcA'Cf IClI A DDT V
nearly every office in the Post I a-UJUIkJil ai 1 JjU
He first came to this parr, of Oregon
from Indiana in the fall of 1871. Af
ter seven years' residence in Oregon
he moved to Dawson county. Nebras
ka, and lived there until the summer
of 1890 when he returned to Dayton
and vicinity and had lived here contin
uously till the time of his death.
He had been a member of church
from childhood and was a member of
the Evangelical church since its organ
ization in this part of Oregon, to the
time or his death, and did much to fur
I ther the work of the church. He held
office in this church continuously until
failing health caused him to resign
about one year ago. His sickness was
of two or more years' duration and
during all his suffering he was a pa-
I tient suflerer.
Besides his family he leaves a host
of sorrowing friends. Funeral services
were held in the Evangelical church
here, Tuesday, November 28, 1922,
Rev. F. E. Fisber officiating. Inter
ment was made in the I. O; O. F. cem
etery. Ritualistic services of the G.
A. R. were conducted at the grave by
members of Upton Post.
MARKET IS GOOD
Dan Wuille & Co. last week received
a message from London to the effect
that Newtown apples were celling at
16 shillings the box. At the rate of
exchange at present prevailing this
will net growers an approximate $1.75
per box. , - '
Shippers say the steady trend of the
export market is a bright feature for
local growers, a large portion of whose
tonnage is wewtowns, considered the
staple export apple.
December 16, 1922.
Last Thursday night about 8 o'clock.
Mose Jarvis's apple house burned
down. They got the horses and cow
out from the leanto, but lost about
3,000 boxes of apples, the grader, and
a, ton and a half of hav. The Bodes
ana appie nouse were insured, which
will help to cover the loss. Mr. and
Mrs. Jarvis wish to thank the neigh
bors who bo kindly helped them save
what they could. We all heartily sym
pathize with them in their misfortune.
and hope that they will recover just
Mrs. Smith and Miss Gleiser braved
the storm Saturday morninz to bo to
Hood River shopping. Thinking the
stage would overtake them, thev
started to walk and were picked up
and given a ride when nearing town.
lhe stage didn t go out in the after
noon bo they started to walk home, and
were given a lift part of the way.
Mrs. Smith stayed in Odell overnight
and walked to Mossacres earlv the
next morning. They were on dutv
Monday morning none the worse for
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Meashaw hH
all plans made to start for their home
at Peace River, Canada, on Monday
last, but' on account of the severe
weather decided to wait awhile.'
Harvey Thompkins has returned
Mr. and Mrs. Hill and Bobbie re
turned Friday night from the McKin
ley ranch near Blalock. They went
goose hunting and Mr. Hill got five,
bringing two home alive.
lhe meeting of the Central Vale
Mothers' Club, which was to have been
at Mrs. Dutro's, is postponed indef
initely on account of the weather and
Mrs. Edwards and son, Stanley, re
turned from a week's visit in Portland
New Chevrolet Coupe
Never run a mile
Cord Tire Equipment - Sua Visor
Close Out $725.00
We are closing out our
HOOD RIVER GARAGE
Hello there everybody. Here's
the place to get good work done
cheap. Repair your furniture; make
It look like new. You need a new
car, or one that looks like new, so
bring it in and see what we can do
with, it. "
All kinds of cabinet and carpenter
work done.. Tainting and enameling,
All worK done to please the Public.
Located justeast of Twelfth Street
on Union Avenue.
May joy and merriment be the measure of every
home this Christmas season!
Three more days of Christmas shopping remain. If your task is not completed
glance at the following list and settle your problems by having us
lay away some item that will make a satisfactory gift :
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. PIPESnewf styles.
TOYS Tinker, Tumbler, Mecanno, Etc.
We are now showing The NeW Baby ConSOle EdiS0n-it is a beauty.
Yours for Service S KEIR Reliable Druggist
"Try The Drug Store First"
T; A. TAYLOR, Proprietor
HOCt' RiyER, ORE.
Pythian Sisters Elect
Wauna Temple. Pythian Sisters, held
us annual election December 14 and
me following olhcers were elected:
Mrs. Alda Baldwin, Past Chief: Mrs.
hlizaheth Rodgers, Most Excellent
Chief; Mrs. Beatrice Wood, Excellent
Senior: Mrs. Dee Bovd. E nrpllont I
junior; ftirs. Jennie Stewart, Man
ager; Mrs. Mary Kuggles. Mistress of
Kecoras ana Correspondence : Mm.
Helen Stranahan. Mistress of Finance;
iwra. ina wenanne. rrotector: Mm.
hlizabeth Lby, Guard; Mrs. Jennie
Hunt, trustee; Mrs. May Chindlund.
i ress Torres iwnaen i : Mrs. f lora t:ud-
oerord. Installing Oflirer; Mrs. May
mnaiunu, uegree &un uiptain; Mrs.
flora Cudiietord. Grand Renresenta-
tive; Mra. May Chindlund, Alternate.
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Eli ruW-. ESSZE
Wt cao -supply you with a
booklet issued by the makers
f PACIFIC Plumbing Fix
tures which shows these fix
tures arranged in many differ
ent styles of bathrooms.
II yoa will 'call at oar atore,
write, or "phone, wc will be gUd
to fire 7011 copy of this booklet
M. P. GIBBON
""908"l2th Street, j
Valuable Mare Recovers
lays or vigilance, the
& ruel u.
After two da
bmry Lumber & Fuel Co. annminH
last week that "Babe." one of a team
of black mares that are the Dride of
Hood River, was recovering from some
form of poisoning caused from eating
bad. hay. "Babe" and her sister and
teammate, "Doll" are remarkable for
their perfect match. The difference in
the weight is only 25 pounds. They
are a gioety Mack.
Dr. M. E. Welch, countv veterinAr-
ian, and John Evans, driver of the
team, which he loves as if they were
humans, were in constant attention.
Mr. Evans sat up two niirriti with the
Before you buv an antomohilo vnn
should see the n-w ttudebaker at the
Lameron -Motor to. nitf
Fare 15c each way
. Leave Heights at Hart Hotel.
Leave down town at Electric Kitchen.
Other drives at reasonable prices
Office : Electric Kitchen.
J. D. McLUCAS
Trac'.ical worker in Stnnp, Concrete,
Brick and PlaMr.
Eieaialin, Grading, Etc.
Hood Kiver, Oregon.
GEO. F. FTRANAHA.N
lei. 47 J
Stranalian & Slavcn
General Contractors and BuOJers
MQOO RIVER, ' OREGON.
We will le pla1 to see
you and your friends at
any time at
TEE APPLE ELOSSOM CAFE
Masonic Dance at Colombia Gorge
The Columbia Goree Hotel brought
ine season to a ekse last Thurday
night with a dance given by the Hood
River Masonic Lodge. Despite the
heavy snow blanket and extreme cold.
coupies were present lor the pleas
lhe hotel will be opened for the
lourif t season early next spring.
0v, f-m ih k, Room 2. Tel. 344
IilOI) LIVER, ORE.
( hambfrlain's (each Remedy
the Mother's i'averite
l he soothing and healing properties
of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, iu
pleasant taste and prmrt and effec
tual cures have made it a favorite with
people everywhere. It is especially
prized by mothers of ymjng children
tor t-ohiA, croup and whoopug cough,
s it always atTi-rds quick relief and is
freefrom cpium and other fcsrmful
Come in and He the rew P.siick 193
mJf-!. -hp. 11415; Fonrs, 11075.
Hood Uiter 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.
i.. t ORTLAND. ORE.
May Your Xmas Be Merry I
It is the wish of all of the members of the forces of our stores at Hood
River and Odell that Christmas Day may find our neighbors aglow with the
spirit that should touch young and old on the day commemorating the birth
of Christ; that a universal joy may abound.
We approach this Yuletide season with a feeling of appreciation for the
patronage we have been given by the people of Hood River Valley and we
wish to express our hearty thanks.
We would remind you that you must do your shopping Saturday for two days.
Do not forget to provide plenty of the dainties that are the joy of childish
hearts at Christmas time. We have them in abundant supply, as well as the
staples for the Christmas dinner.
CONSOLIDATED MERCANTILE CO.
HOOD RIVER ODELL
DR. N. PLYLER
Chiropractic and Electric Treatments.
Rooms 23, 24 and 25 Heilbronner Bldg.
Phone 1833. Hood River, Ore.
H. L. DTJMBLE,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Calls promptly answered In town or country j
uay or Nigni.
Telephone!: Benldenoe, liBl: Office, 1241.
Olllce In the Brovloa Balldtn;
DRS. ABRAHAM AND SIFTON
PHYSICIANS and SURGEONS
Rooms 17, 19. 20 Brosius Building
Kes. rnones: Dr. ADranam 4152.
Dr. Sifton 3613. Office 4151.
DR. E. O. DUTRO
Physician and Surgeon
HALL BUILDING '
Office hours, 2 to 5 p. m.
Telephone: Office, 1432; Home. Odell, 335
E. L. SCOBEE, D. D. S.
Office Hours : 8 a. m. to 6 p. m.
Office Tel. 3161 Residence Tel. 3412
L. L. MURPHY, D. D. M.
Rooms 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
B. B. POWELL
Plumbing, Heating and
Bneet Metal Wort
310 Cascade Avenue
HOOD. RIVER, OREGON
DR. S. L. PETERSON
(Successor to Dr. Pineo)
Eliot Building, Hood River, Oregon.
FINAL REDUCED PRICES !
6000 MILE ADJUSTMENT BASIS
LOOK AT THE PRICES
10000 MILE CORDS
30 x 3 $ 7.10
30 x 3 7.95
32 x 3i 11.50
32 x 4 13.25
33 x 4 13.75
BUY AT HOME
32 X 31
All with Free Tube
WHERE A GUAR
ANTEE MEANS SOMETHING
FASHION LIVERY & DRAY CO.
Done on short notice by
Mrs. A. J. Gillespie
1G07J Taylor St.
M. E. WELCH,
LICE.SED VETKRIMRT M"KKEO
It prrpar to do idt work In lb veterio.
try hi. H can be found tf eaiUnsMoi
pr"tiin to lh FHtihin MtahlMt.
HIGH R. ROBERTSON & CO.
Member American IoMltateof A wountDl.
AcconaliEsfj; As&ors; Income Tax Service
Portland, Ore. and Minneapolis, Minn.
Address: 157 Yeon Bid., Portland, Or.
Hood River Abstract Co.
Real Estate and Insurance "
Accurate Abstracting of Land Titles.
Mr. Builder If you are remodeling your house
see me for your Plumbing, Fixture and Sup
plies. Small profits, quick returns. Tipe cut
to order. All repair work drictly first class.
OLD CITY HALL PLUMBING SHOP
212 Fourth Street, Hood River, Ore.
Tom Fisher, Prop.
Fhone 16TJ Keaidence Tbooe 273
Sanitary Beauty Parlor
For Shampoos, Scalp Treatments, Xeo
t'lasti0 Facial Manicures. Nikk-Marr
French Velvet Toilet articles for sale.
Butler Bank Bldg., Room 19
Tel. 2CL office hour-a & m. to 12 and 1 p. m.
to b. Opro to rvt-DtB( by appointment only.
We will please you with our
Hemstitching a Specialty
at THE PARIS FAIR
A. J. DERBY
HOOD RIVER, ORZCOM.
Carlson & Osborn
(SUCCESSOR TO BRADLEY BAKERY)
We have Just Installed a Iare
Ross Stationary Electric Oven
which enables us to !ve the people of Hood River
still better .service.
WE ARE HERE TO PLEASE
WITH SERVICE AND QUALITY
Try some of our homemade candies. Nothing
better for Christmas presents.
309 OAK STREET
Anderson Undertaking Co.
. vi AULRSON.Sol Proprietor
..o:nsTLE1-rnbaImer and Funeral Di"ctr