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IIOOD RIVER GLACIER, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1922
IIS EXPENSIVE TO
HANDLE CULL APPLES
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H. S. BRAAKMAN
Smith Building Phone 2404
v ' 1 . ... - J
h i ;ini m ii ; i f
Apple Boxes, Dry Bordeaux,
Orchard Supplies, Implements.
Why not ship your fruit
with us this season ?
The Hood River Fruit Co.
HOOD RIVER VAN HORN
HT. HOOD RAILROAD COMPANY
Time Tabic No. 34
Taking effect Friday, November 10th, 1922.
No. j No. 3 No. !
Motor Motor '!'
Daily "" Hnd y
4.00 11.00 8.00
4.03 11.03 8.05
4.12 11.12 8.15
4.33 11.33 8.2ri
4. 8 11.30 8.30
4.42 11.42 8.4.1
4.47 11.47 8.48
4.M 11.50 8.63
4.M 11.54 9.03
4.67 11.67 9.06
6.01 12.02 9.15
6. 00 12.07 9.25
6.20 12.20 935
5.80 12.30 10.00
P. M, P. M. A. M.
Lv. Hood River Ar. ...
. . , . Powerilale
. . . Hwitchlmck
Hum in it
. ... .lloletein
. . . Trout Creek
. . ..Wood worth
.Ar. ParkJale L
No. 1 No. 4 No. 4 No. 8
hitily tl'aily unfn. Motor
Kiwpt Kirrpl U0, Saturdy
Sunday Hunday Dally Only
P. M. A. M. P. M. P. M.
3.00 9.15 2.30 7.00
2.57 9.11 2.20 6.60
2.50 9.05 2.19 6.49
2.40 8.52 2.09 6.39
2.35 8.4S 2.05 6.35
2.30 8.43 2.00 6.30
2.25 8.3t 1.63 6.23
2.20 8. 32 1.49 6.19
2.10 8.27 1.42 6.12
2.05 8.24 1.39 6.09
2. 8.20 1.35 0.05
11.15 8.15 1.30 0.00
11. OS 8.05 1.20 5.60
11.00 8.00 1.15 6.45
A. M. A. M. P. M. P. M.
Steam, t .Motor.
Tbe handling of cull apples is an ex
pensive proposition, according to John
I Peters, Vvenatchee. He would have
the grower not grow them at all. I
would'like to lead the growers over the
trail of the cull and show them how
unnecessary it is to have them," said
Mr. Peters. "It cost a lot of money
to handle culls. 1 here is the picking,
the hauling out of the orchard, trans
fer to the warehouse, handling by the
sorters, wheeling about by the floor
man, loading onto the wagon or truck
and hauling to tbe dump or to the by
'"there is expense all along the line.
I would make the growers so disguBted
with this trail of the cull that they
would grow no more of them. To at
tain that end necessitates a number of
things, such as ample space for the
trees in the orchard, special varieties
suited to the soil and the location, con
sistent pruning, plenty of fruiting
wood, sufficient thinning, proper irri
Ration and spraying, elimination of
non-resident owners and the reduction
of the acreage per man.
"We havergone decidedly wrong in
the Wenatchee district in the choice of
varieties for certain soils and loca
tions. Particluarly is this true of the
Winesap, which should never have been
planted in the upper IWenatchee dis
trict, such as the Okanogan country,
where this variety does not make size
very readily, rlanting in the ruture
should be done more intelligently with
reference to line suitableness of the
variety to the soil and the climate.
Pruning should be done consistently
and should never be drastic. Plenty of
fruiting wood is needed for one can
take off if there are too many apples,
but one cannot put them on. In thin
ning I never use the shears. They
are for the feeble only and they have
absolutely no place in thinning when
done by normal healthy individuals.
There are too may apples made culls
by the point of the shears touching the
apples left on the tree. Removal of
the extra apples by the hand is so
easily and quickly done that the shears
are a hindrance.
'It is not generally appreciated that
by thinning one can get more uniform
size on the tree and thus eliminate a
great deal of work. One can get 80 to
90 per cent of the apples to go into
two sizes and one can then dispense
with the sizing machine. I call it the
bruiser. By that sort of thinning one
can makejannual bearing a possibility.
Kegarding irrigation, I have no
ticed that apples that once suffered for
lack of water during the growing sea
son do not get their normal brilliant
color but get a sort of coppery color,
Apples that are checked in growth due
to the soil getting too dry never re
cover so as to get the proper color.
1 talked with a man the other dav
who felt sort of ashamed of himself
for owning only 20 acres of orchard.
Tbe fact is that most orchardists are
trying to handle too much land. A
man can make a good living for him
self and family and have money be
sides on five acres. If one. aims at
quality production five acres are
December 21, 1922.
Margaret Fletcher returned home
from O. A. C. for the holidays last
Mrs. Hoffman received telegram
from California last week that her
Ibiother had been seriously injured in
an accident and she left last Thursday
to be with him.
Raymond Smith was up from Port-
land for a few days visiting his wife
Miss Bernice Moss came home from
O. A. C. Monday evening. She spent
a lew days on the way up visiting her
sister in Portland.
The Christmas program will be held
Thursday night at the school house.
Program, tree and banta will be there.
Mrs. Smith will leave for Portland
tomorrow to spend the holidays with
her husband and his people in Port
William Gilkerson is home from O.
A. C for tbe holidays.
We can supply yon with s.
booklet issued by the makers
f PACIFIC Plumbing Fix
tures which shows these fix
tures arranged in many differ
ent styles of bathrooms.
If yon will call at oar itore,
write, or "phone, we will be gU4
to giw you copy of this booklet
"908 13th Street.
THE FASHION STABLE'S
Parkdale Auto Stage
Leaves Hood River daily at
Leaves Parkdale Daily at 8
a. m. (except Sunday).
Every Saturday Leaves
Parkdale at 6 p. m.
Fare 15c each way
Leave Heights at Hart HoteL
Leave down town at Electric Kileten.
Other drives at reasonable prices
Office : Electric Kitchen.
G. L. DAVENPORT
Grower and shipper Apples, Pota
toes, Onions. Seed Potatoes true
variety "The Best that's Grown"
All kinds of Produce solicited.
147 Front St. PORTLAND, ORE.
To close out the following
TIRES AT LOW PRICES
Fabric : 1 SOxSJ
" : 2
We will be glad to see
you and your fnend3 at
any time at
THE APPLE BLOSSOM CAFE
ueiore you buy an automobile you
should see the new Studebaker at the
Cameron Motor Uo. ni4tf
"IN A BAD WAY"
Owinjr to limited space on Motor Cars ail trunks and heavy baggage will be Price GOc, at all dealers.
andiea on me fwannrains, eit.'ier in advante of or follovrine the passengers. ply s for a kidney re
Nos. 3, 4, 6. 6 sud 8, Moto'!, have riu'ht of track over Nos. 1 and 2. StMm Doan'i Kidnev Pills the i
111 will Clear lime ol .ucuor I srs at all tneetinif ami Mumm? nointa Vwa iSHMriL Mnnnie had. Fnatr-Mi
Mir.utes. Ream Trains will orenj-y Main I,intat meet in and jeing points, but
will permit motors to paw without delay. Motor Cars will spi'ioach Sidings and
Stations cautiously, expecting to find main line oceupied.
J. W. HEWITT, Gen. Mgr. L. F. P.1!AZEAU, Iefpr. K. M. 8HURTLIFF, S.ipt.
.Many a Hood Kiver Header Will Feel
Grateful for This Information
If your back gives out;
Pecomes lame, weak or aching;
If urinary troubles set in.
Perhaps your kidneys are "in ajbad
Doan a Kidney Pills are for weak
Ixral evidence proves their merit.
Mrs. N. A. Monroe, 814 Cascade
avenue. Hood River, says: "My back
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ney nils neipeu me greatly and soon
restored nie to my usual good health.
Such a fine remedy as Doan's should
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lecemter b. iyiz.1
On May 3, 1320, Mrs. Monroe added
i naven i cnangea my good opinion
of Doan's Kidney Pills. They have
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Call Saturdays at Oregon Hotel, or
address Mips Uretrory. 808 Hancock
st, Portland, Oregon.
Forbes Paint Shop
109 FOURTH STREET
Painting in all its branches.
Done on short notice by
Mrs. A. J. Gillespie
10071 Taylor St.
M. E. WELCH.
LICENSED VETLRISAKY SIRGEOX
I. r!rxl to do riy n-ork in lh etrlD
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CHAS. N. CLARKE
Phone your orders
Oregon for Hood River County.
In the matter of the estate of Daniel
E. Stanton, Deceased.
To S. W. Stanton and to all other
persons interested in said estate:
In the name of the State of Oregon
You are hereby commanded to apear
belore trie lounty t ourt or the Mate
of Oregon for tbe County of Hood
Kiver at the court boue in the City of
tiooa Kiver on January irth, VJS3, at
the hour of two o'cl.wic p. m. on said
day, to show cause, if any, exiets. w hy
an order or saie should rot be made.
authorizing the administratrix of said
estate to sell at private sale, for the
purpose of paying the expenses of ad
ministration and claims against the
said estate :
Its 4, 47. 4S. 57. M. 69 and CO
of l'.!ick Twelve of Stranahsn's Third
Addition to the City of Hood River,
Hooa Kiver COur.ty, Oregon.
Witness my hand and seal of said
eourt affixed this 12th day of Decem
Come in and see the new r.tijrk l-O
nxxlHs. t-wr-9, J4j; iours, Ilu.5.
llood Kiver GarsL-e.
HUGH R. ROBERTSON & CO.
Member American Inrtltotcof Aeconnlanta.
Accountants; Auditors; Income Ta Scrrict
PortlanJ, Ore. and Minneajxili, Minn.
Address: 1517 Yeon Kldi.. Portland. Or
Hood River Abstract Co.
Real Estate and Insurance
Accurate Abstracting of Land Titles.
uk). r ftknahan
T. M. HI.AVEN
Stranalian & Slavcn
General Contractors and BuHJcrs
MQOO RIVER. OREGON.
H. J. FREDERICK
Oirice, Smith r.loi k, Koom 2. Tel. S'J44
HOOD RIVER. ORE.
J. D. McLUCAS
rractiial marker in Sj-'wic. Concrete'.
P.rick and P;ptr.
Excatatirc. tira Imp, Etc.
Ii.kxI Kiver, Oregon.
Px-fore yon Lut n autonocbi' you
hold pm the new St odelker at the
Cameron Motor Co.
Clean Off the 1922 Slate
and get ready for
THE NEW YEAR
IT IS OUR HOPE THAT ALL OF OUR GOOD FRIENDS
OF HOOD RIVER MAY HAVE RECORDED ON THEIR
SLATE OF 1923 EVENTS IN REFLECTION OF THE
HAPPINESS THAT COMES FROM DEEDS ATTAINED
AND DESIRES COME TRUE
Your for Service fi K E I R. Reliable Druggist
"Try The Drug Store First"
BELIEVING that in the past year we have made pro
gress toward the ideals we set as our goal, but not
content, we face the new year with confidence in our
selves that we shall be worthy of any success that attends
us in 1923.
May we convey to all of those whose friendly co-operation
we so deeply appreciate, our best wishes and the
E. A. FRANZ CO.
E. A. FRANZ
EDGAR J. FRANZ
K. D. PETERSON
J. K. PETERSON
W. H. McCLAIN
D. R. REEDER
ROB'T O. CLARK
D. G. JACKSON
DR. N. PLYLER
Chiropractic and Electric Treatments.
Rooms 23, 24 and 25 Heilbronner Bldg.
Thone 1833. . Hood River, Ore.
H. L. DTJMBLE,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Calls promptly amwersd In (own or country
urn, y or iMigm.
Telephone: Kenldence, MWl: Office, 1241.
Office in the B rosins Balldlnf
DRS. ABRAHAM AND SIFTON
PHYSICIANS and SURGEONS
Rooms 17, 19, 20 Brosius Building
Res. Phones: Dr. Abraham 4152.
Dr. Sifton 3613. Office 4151.
DR. E. O. DUTRO
Physician and Surgeon
Office hours, 2 to 5 p. m.
Telephones: Office, 1432; Home, Odell,
E. L. SCOBEE, D. D. S.
Office Hours: 8 a. in. to 6 p. m.
Office Tel. 3161 Residence Tel. 3412
L. L. MURPHY, D. D. M.
Rooms 11-15 Brosius BUlg.
L. R. Alexander, D.M.D.
ROOMS 4 and 5 SMITH BLDG.
Office Hours: 8:00 a. m. to 6 p,
FINAL REDUCED PRICES !
6000 MILE ADJUSTMENT BASIS
LOOK AT THE PRICES
10000 MILE CORDS
32 x 31
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C. H. JENKINS, D. M.D.
Telepho&Fa: Oflic 10S1; reBideoca S331
OlSoe over Butler Bdi
B. B. POWELL
Plumbing, Heating and
Sheet Metal Work
311 Cascade Avenue
HOOD RIVER, OREGON
DR. S. L. PETERSON
(SacceMor to Dr. Pineo)
Eliot Building, Hood River, Oregmt.
BUY AT HOME WHERE A GUAR
ANTEE MEANS SOMETHING
FASHION LIVERY & DRAY CO.
Mr. Builder If jtm are remodrlinf your house
see me for jour Phimblnr, fixture, and Sup
plies. Small profits, quick return. Pipe cut
le order. All repair wort strictly firfl class.
OLD CITY HALL PLUMBING SHOP
212 Fourth Street, HoM Rirer, Ore.
Tom Eieher. Prop.
Pbona lO tUwdrncc Pbmie 2723
Sanitary Beauty Parlor
For Shampoos, Sca'p Treatments, N'eo
Fiasti-HK Facial Manicures. NAk-Warr
French Velvet Toilet articles for sale. I
ButW Dank Bldg.. Room 1 1
TH. Offi bnun-l k m to li n4 I n m.
to i. OPa IB nm oi by a tMnnnl ooi.
We will please you with our
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MCCD RIVKR, CRI6CH.
FRUITFUL ENDEAVOR, HEALTH. AND THE
HAPPINESS THAT COMES FROM THE
ATTAINMENT OF ALL YOUR
MAY ALL OF THESE THINGS
COME TO YOU
&arli Arc (Our Sfrui IJrar s HJisltr
W. F. LARAWAY