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HOOD ItlVEIt QLAC1EK. TilOllSDAY, DECEMBER '28, 1922
$ BRIEF LOCAL MENTION t
H. L. Hasbrouck, optometrist.
weaning, Pressing and
Meyer & Brazaau.
Avenue, Tel. 2404. j2ltf
i Fi," developed and printed prompt
j. w. swope motored to Portland
last week on a business trln.
For good cleaning call Meyer & Bra-
Whipped cream? Use SURE WHIP
and be Bure. Your grocer has it. jy$7tf
-i-nour service on cleaning and press
lng. Meyer & lirazeau. Tel. 1014. ol2tf
Use a little SURE WHIP in your next
mnjuiiuiuo ureHuing anu note the differ
Highest cash price paid lor your used
urmiure Biovesanu rugs. (Jail McClain
i ei. a. rranz uo. 62UU
Lome in and see the new Buick 1923
moaeis. Mxes, 1425; Fours, 1025
Hood River Garage.
isiiip nan Christmas presents. 30x3
uoruu .zo. aoxoiia. All others the
same reduction. J28
Just received, shipment of new satin
hats, ranging in price from $5.00 to
17.00. Monner's. j.j
Alex B. Brooke left yesterday for
Tacoma, Wash., where he will spend
Rev. and Mrs. Robert A. Hutchin
son, of Parkdale, spent the holidays at
Oakland with friends.
M. II. Nickelsen spent the Christ
mas vacation at lone with the family
of his daughter, Mrs. W. E. Bullard.
II. Gross and family have been in
Portland spending the holidays with
L. II. Hugglns was in The Dalles
Christina to visit his daughter, Mrs.
John Van' Dellen, and family.
Come jn and see the new Buick 192H
models. Sixes, $1425; Fours, $1075,
Hood River Garage.
II. 8. Braakman does painting, paper
ing and decorating. Smith Bldg. Phone
Hpecial prices on Utah King Coal di
rect from the car. Phone 2181. Emry
Lumber and fuel Co. sltf
Any one wishintr good home for smnll
child, the youngster having the benefit
of careful rearing call Odell 11x2. d28
Dr. N. Plyler, Chiropractic and Elec
tric treatments. Rooms 23-24-25 Heil
bronner bldg., tele. 1833, Hood River.
Highest quality coal is cheapest. Utah
King Coal is clean, hard and highest in
heat, Emry Lumber & Fuel Co. tf
Mrs. Marston Hussong, of Astoria,
was here' over the holidays visiting
Mrs. Forest L. Moe.
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Molden are in
SjKjkane spending the holidays with
Mr. Molden's parents. I
The financial statement of St.
Mary's Catholic Church will he ready
at 10:30 o clock Sunday morning.
Come in and see the new Buick 1923
models. Sixes, $1425 ; Fours, $1075.
Hood River Garage.
For dry box wood phone Emry Lum
ber & Fuel Co. Just right for kindling
and quick fires. o!2tf
Come in and see the new Buick 1923
modela. Wxee, $1425; Fours, $1075.
Hood River Garage.
Eyes scientifically examined by H. L.
Hasbrouck, Optometrist, Heilbronner
We operate the only modern Cleaning
vroras in nooa rtiver. Meyer a ura
zeau. Phone 1014. ol2tf
Hood River Box Co., box manufact
uring, Hood River, Oregon. Phone
L . r ' 8 in Eum, wittl their son,
Seth Luraway and famllv. Thev wil
remain their until after Nchv YearT
Mr and Mrs. Rog(,r w. u
the latter slater, Mrs. T. Hartt Gard-
Born-To Mr. and Mrs. Paul Person
ett, irlday, December 22 an hi',
pound daughter. The little girl 'has
been named Virginia Ithoda.
J. O. llarmum was here last week
to look over the Homestead. lie is
expecting the Portland Snowshoe
Club at the hostelry on January 30
W. B. Shute lffr" till IzlHilt linof
. ' '"till I'dll,
last week for a holiday visit will. t,i
son, Harry Shute. at
Miss Helen Hcrslmer
Whitman College at Walla Wnii.i
Hjiemimg i lie vacation with her par
IU-v. iiuu airs. j. jj. iiershner.
Earl II. Shank and r.nnliv hiU.i h,
holidays at Corvallis Willi tlu flMtlUxT
J.f II tit I . - . .J
iJiis. onaiiK. wncre a famiiv r.in,
M. It. Cuthcrwood. In
Oregon Lumber Co. office at Dee. wn
a nusiness vwitor In Portland the lut
icr pare or last week.
anss Aiariau Butler la hero fn.m
Mills College, California, spending the
holidays with her parents, Mr. and
airs. Truman Butler.
jutige uurnett. of the Oregon Su
preme Court, and Mrs. Burnett, were
up ironi haiem for a v sit with Mr
and Mrs. C. (). Iluolat.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Lausmann were
up from Portland for a visit'with Mm
.ausmaniis parents, Mr. and Mrs
William Stewart, for the holidays,
J. II. Ilazlett suent Christmas in
,-aiem with his mother. Mrs. Itachel
O. Hazlett. and sister. Mrs. Shinier
, . ' j
Ixit's of wise people have taken ad
vantage of the Gulp Plan reduction on
tires. Come and get vour Christmas
presents. Ihe time is short now. (128
Searches of records and reliable ah
stracts made by Oregon Abstract Com
pany, A. W. Onthank, Manager, 305
uak btreet. Phone 1521. jy20-tf
We carry a complete line of the Mar
tha-4-root and Berendsen silk hose.
Ihe Martha-1-root will outwear four
feet, and new feet can be replaced to
make the noce like new. Monner s. ill
Because of the closing of the Co
lumbia Gorge Hotel and the numerous
social festivities of the city, the Ma
sonic dance, scheduled for tonight, has
I red Frasier, of Lawhead, Alta., Is
here spending the holidays with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. It. F. Frasier,
and brother, W. T. Frasier, and
A combined Church and Epworth
League service ut 7:30 o'clock under
the direction of the League. Topic
"What's Ahead?" Everybody wel
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Young, of Van
couver, Wash., were here over the
Christmas holidays visiting Mrs.
Young's son, A. S. Kolstad, and fam
ily. The following folk were down from
Mt. Hoid Saturday shopping! Miss
Una Harris, George Hanel, W. T. Wy
att, P. J. Lenz and family, II. S. Alex
ander, Mrs. C. J. Magnuson.
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Ilackett, of
Corvallis, parents of W. A. Ilackett,
and Mr. and Mrs. It. B. Xiles, of Ilills-
boro, Mrs. Iluekctt's parents, were
here for the Christmas holidays.
Dr. W. I). Nickelsen, who arrived
last week from New York City to
spend the holidays with his parents,
Senator and Sirs. Nickelsen, left yes
terday for Portland to visit relatives
Regular January American Legion
meeting will lie held January 8th. In
stallation of officers of local post in
cnarge of Department Commander
ueorge II. Wilbur.
row is the time to equip your shoes
with rubbers. We have a full supply of
on Muua ana are expert in attaching the
same. Satiofaction guaranteed. Smith's
Champion Shoe Shop, 109 2ud St. ol9lf
Go to Calandra's Barber Shop, 1st and
Oak for prompt and courteous treatment.
Special attention paid to Ladies Sham
pooing, massaging and children's hair
Christmas sale of furs, hats, blouses,
handkerchiefs'Baby's Boudoir" stamp
ed goods, and stamped luncheon sets,
pillow cases, nightgowns, etc. All win
ter hats at half price. Monner's. d21
Dancing School every Tuesday night
at Odd rellows' Hall. Ladies 25 cents,
gents 50 cents. Everybody who wishes
to learn the new dances welcome.
Good floor and good music. Profes
sor Massanta, instructor. It
C. W. Loughery was in Portland
Sunday where he participated in a
shoot of the Portland Gun Club. Mr.
Loughery, who was high man, despite
unusual handicaps for him, won four
The following University of Oregon
students are homo for the holidays:
Misses Lenore Cram, Alberta Carson,
Eugenia Page, Enid Sonnichsen. Kath-
erine Stewart and Paul Sletton, Itufus
bumuer and Edwin Sonnichsen.
University of Washington students
home for the holidays include: Misses
Janet and Betty Slade, Boss Collie,
Thomas Scott and Malcolm Button.
Lee Spalding is exiiected here the lat
ter part of the week from Seattle.
Bun Lewis ,of Eugene, was up over
the holidays to visit his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. A. G. Ix'wis. Mr. and Mrs.
A. G. Lewis. Jr.. and family, of White
Salmon, were also here to spend
Christmas with their parents.
The Women's Union of Riverside
Church will hold their last regulur
meeting of the year on Friday after
noon. There will be election of oftic-
rs and all members are urged to be
present. The refreshment committee
will serve a luncheon at 1 o'clock.
F. A. Olmsted, after attending the
annual convention of the Washington !
Mate Horticultural Society, proceeded
to the Okanogan fruit region of Brit
Ish Columbia. He says growers there
are feeling the effects of the market
depression due to poor co-operative
James E. Steele, of Lincoln, Calif.,
arrived last week to spend. the holt
days here with Mrs. Steele and baby
daughter, who came up from Califor
nla several weeks ago for a visit with
Mrs. Steele's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
L. Emry. Mr. and Mrs. Steele and
The season for s1:ock taking; is near at hand and
we desire to reduce our &ock-to the lowest pos
sible figure, hence we will offer for a short time
All Ready-to-wear Garments
as well as odds and short lines all over the store
at Reductions from 20 to 40.
A Happy New Year to you all.
Blankets - Overcoats
Cloaks - Dresses
daughter will return to Lincoln soon
Judge Blowers will leave today for
Salem to secure an apartment and to
prepare for the coming session of the
legislature. Judge Blowers, who
made the trip by automobile, was ac-
ompanicd by Mrs. Blowers and their
daughter, Miss Alice. The latter will
attend school while in Salem.
Rev. and Mrs. II. C. Clark have left
for Orland, Calif., to spend several
months. They have rented their home
to Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Jackson. Mrs.
Jackson and daughter arrived re
cently to be here with Mr. Jackson,
who is with the Hood River Canning
Co. Miss Jackson will return to the
East today to resume school duties.
Ray Emry, who for the past several
ears has been employed with a large
power concern at cascauia, rresno
unity, California, Is here spending
the Christmas vacation with his par-
nts, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Emry. Mr.
Emry had not licen home since liefore
the great war. lie served In the avia
Harry Hettinger, Tarkdale young
man, sustained painful wounds last
week when interferrlng in a fight be
tween his Collie dog and an Airedale
from a neighboring ranch. He sus
tained a deep gash in a leg and one of
his hands was laid open. He hastened
to Hood River to have- his wounds
dressed and cauterized.
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Stafford
celebrated their golden wedding at
their home in Vancouver, Wash., last
Sunday. The couple were married at
Silencer, Iowa, Del-ember 24, 1872. At
one time they resided in Hood River,
and Mr. Stafford was a member of
Can by Post, O. A. R. He served dur
ing the Civil war In the Twenty-first
Wisconsin regiment. Mr. and Mrs,
James Stranahan of Hood River at
tended the golden wedding, Mrs,
Stranahan being a daughter of the
Notice of Annual Stockholders Meeting
The Annual Stockholders Meeting of
the Farmers Irrigation Company will
be held Saturday, January 1J, 102.5,
at 10 a. m. at the Library Hall. There
will lie five directors to he elected to
serve one year. The financial report
of the Secretary and the Treasurer
will be presented. To discuss and vote
on Gie ijuestion of floating wood down
the main canal for revenue, in order
to make this legal we must have the
consent of the stockholders. By order
of the Board of Directors. M. II.
Nickelsen, Secretary. d28jll
Eagle Creek Bridge to be Built
The United States Forestry crew,
driven out of the Lost Lake district
ten days ago by the heavy snowstorm,
will be transferred following the
Christmas holidays to Eagle creek,
where a bridge will be constm-ted,
connecting trails along the noted
waterway. The forestry service, ac
cording to W. A. Langille, in charge
of construction work, will resume
work on the Lost Lake highway as
soon as weather conditions will per
mit next spring.
A 'Happy New Year .
Is The Sincere Wish We Extend To You All. May the last day of the
New Year as well as the first and all the days in between, bring you full
measure of happiness and prosperity.
We will help you start the New Year right by
giving you more value for your money.
Ladies' "Lanpher Made" Auto Coats
Coats that were made to sell for double this price, we are closing
out these lines, or we could not afford such a loss.
Ladies' Brown Pure Virgin Wool Velour Auto Coat with box pleat back, full belt,
large collar and cuffs of pearl Astrachan, lined with same, raglan sleeves, vertical pockets.
Ladies Reindeer Pure Virgin Wool Velour Auto Coat, inverted pleat back, full belt,
large collar and cuffs of sand Astrachan, lined with real Chamois leather, same in brown.
Ladies' Auto Coat of Pure Virgin Wool plaid back Coating in Oxford Gray, inverted
pleat back, full belt, 2 bellows and 2 vertical pockets, yoke and sleeves lined with Far
mer's Satin' Wonderful Coats at a Remarkably Low Price.
Oh, Man ! Buy Your Sweet Orr Work Clothes Here Now For Less
This is one of the best lines of Work and Dress Trousers in America, the line we have been proud to fea
t,,rP m thev are the best in quality and workmanship to be had anywhere, because they are made on the
Atlanticcoist, and deliveries have Wn very late this season, we have
Decided to Close Out this Entire Line of Men's High Grade Work and Dress Pants
consisting Worsteds, JZ J?LUmi
have a heavy siock 01 inese mui, uKuauic h .to
Kain Soaks into Earth
AlthouKh a total of 3 inches of
rain bave prevailed up to Tuesday fol
lowing the ehinook which bcun to
melt the snowfall over the valley the
latter part of last week, the Btreanm
of the district did not reach the flood
stages anticipated. Hood river showed
six feet at a guage of the Paciiic
rower & Light Co. Sunday night.
The rain and melting snow for the
most part penetrated tne earth. Le-
roy Chlids, superintendent of the
Hood Itlver Experiment Station, says
he never saw a smaller run off for
such a heavy precipitation. The con
dition, however, he declares, is good
for the apple tracts of the valley.
Sinclair Reelected Master
Kay W. Sinclair was re-elected
master of the Hood Hiver Masonic
Lodge Wednesday night of last week
Other ollicers named for the ensuing
year were: J. II. Hazlett, senior war
deu ; It. II, Iteimett, junior! warden ;
Kent Shoemaker, secretary; Truman
Butler, treasurer; and Harold Hersh
ner, trustee. The installation of of
fleers will occur on St. John's Day,
next ednesday evening.
Hal Nesbit Ituys Tire Shop
Hal Nesblt has purchased the eu
tire stock of the Tire Shop, an Indus
try which for the past, three years has
been operated in connection with the
Highway Auto Co. Marion IS'esbit,
who was formerly associated with bis
brother and Herbert S. Field iu the
plant, lias left for Toronto, Canada,
where he will Iteeome associated with
a large manufacturing concern.
Pure Virgin Wool
71 ? IJf C7
qJ JL Lte III 000 FC.iq-
Men s "Raynster"
Duncan Sustains Broken Hark
It. A.- Duncan, who formerly resided
here, while attempting to board a
moving train at The Dalles last week,
fell and sustained a broken back. His
condition was at first thought seri
ous. He is showing improvement,
however, and it Is thought that lie
will recover from the serious acd
dellint. Mr. Duncan, who travels for
a Portland grocery firm, is one of the
most iM'pular traveling salesmen visit
ing this section.
The work of the year Is drawing to
a very happy and profitable close and
at the annual meeting next IOrd's
day the reports will Ik? made from all
departments, and election of ofliccrs,
and plans for the work of the new
year Ik decided. Kvery mcmlier should
be present. Bible school at U:4." a. in.,
A. B. Cash, giiiM-rintendetit. Preaching
at 11 a. in. Topic: "Habits Oood
and Bad." Basket dinner at noon.
Congregational meeting at 2 p. in.;
Kndeavor, 0 :.'( p. in.; preaching, 7 :.'
p. m. Topic: "A Personal Question,"
J. C. Ultima, pastor.
Card of Thanks
The Hood Uiver Chapter of the Bed
Cross wishes to express sim-cre aj
pni intinn slid thanks, to all those who
contributed their part towards the
success of the ball, given last Monday
That the ball was a financial suc
cess may lie seen by the net revipts
which were $.'l.VI. This money is to ls
used exclusively for hospital fees for
crippled children from Hood Kiver
(Signed) Dr. L, L. MI UPIIY.
Pres. Hood Uiver Bed Cross.
Not ire to Creditor
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned has Is-en apjinteil admin
istrator of the estate of Anna Mary
Wells, deceased, and that all pcrn
having claims against said estate must
present the same to the nnd-rsined
administrator within six months from
the date of this lotiee, properly veri
fied a-eonlirig to law.
Dated and first published this 2Mb
day of Ihs-einNT, l'.22.
Walter Wells, Administrator.
Notice of Storkolildcrs Meeting
The retrulHr annual ineetinc of tb
StM Vhobl. rs of the Cottage Ibwpital
.tMiat hn of Ho"d Hiver. Omron.
will I held January K. prn. at 2:."Hi
p. in., st the oftiee f the Secretary
Mr. Dutro. U..m 7. Hall Buildine. for
the election 'f dirw-tors. and the
tranirtio!i of sn h bnines a may
proju-rly come before them. It.
POST AND CORPS ff
Officers of Canby Post, Grand Army !
of the Republic, were elected last
Saturday as follows: Jonathan John
son, commander; II. B. Ijoonard, sen
ior vice; James 11. Cash, junior vice;
Sanford Smith, chaplain; S. Blythe,
adjutant; It. F, Frasier, quartermas
ter; (J. 11. Castner, officer of the day,
and Thomas Goss, oflicer of the. guard.
James Jarrett and N. W. Hardtnan
were elected delegates to the annual
encampment of the Oregon department
to be held at Grants Pass next sum
FR1. & SAT.
3 2 30
CECIL B. DE MILLE
Thomas Meighan, Leatrice Joy
and Lois Wilson
DE MILLE'S CROWNING ACHIEVEMENT
Lavish -- Spectacular Thrilling
FABLES NEWS TOPICS
CONCLUSION OF "BUFFALO BILL"
lOc and 35c
30c and 50c
Coming Monday and Tuesday Bebe Daniels, James Kirkwood, Anna
Q. Nilsson and Raymond Hatton in "PINK GODS," also Larry Semon
We Wish You New Years Happiness
And you will have health for all of your fam
ily If you use Kroll's Malted Milk bread.
It Is of a consistent quality, ood every day.
Father, mother, brother, sister and the baby
will like it. All will thrive on It.
You can buy It at all of the Hood River stores
and at Odell, Mosler and Parkdale.
Call for it. We make a whole wheat health
bread, raisin and rye bread.
THE HOOD RIVER BAKERY
. C. IIROLL, Prop.
firanger Makes Explanation
Editor (ilacler: The mcniNrs of
Pomona Grange did nut pass a resolu
tion refusing to publish anything In
the local iiewspaiHTS for all futur
At the meeting in Peeml'r many
resolutions were discussed and some
adopteil which we did not think liest
to pulilish at that time.
Although menihers were supporters
of ImiIIi Olentt and PiTce, all were
glad to send a message to Jovernor-
lect Pierce, pledging snpiort in his
tax-reduction program. From what
we saw in Hood Kiver papers Nfor"
the election we thought this resolution
would prohahly ls held up for ridi
rule. This resolution was sent to the
State Grange piihli'-ation.
Time for discussion of county tax
mdgft was limited. Tax budget com
mittee had Ix-cn apiintcd from all
the granges so this matter was left to
Itoth editors were sending reports of
the puhlie address to Portland pai-ers
so we left this entirely to them.
Christian and Missionary Alliance.
H.ecial servhf-s In the Alliamv
liun h on the Irds I'ay. Miss Edna
1 1-.1 n and Miss Irene lViwising. who
hi vtiKictits from the Minimon liiMe
Institute of S-attle, nn,l are tending
tloir vacation at' homo, wi!I have
htirg Mi Edna Holmun will have
tie- morning service at 11 o'ehk. Miss
Irene Jfciwninc will have the evening
wrvuv at i :.vl arte" which a vat U
Night servn'e will U held. EvervUxly
wckvioe. W. P. Kirk, pastor.
f.I im!iia Iloat Sen ice Colored
AViih f!,e t'olurt.l.ia free of i.v. due
a maxiiu'iin rise of the stream, srt
e of the llarkin Trans-portation Co.
r-storcd yesterday, jerry p rv !
between here and White Salmon. In
terrupted for a w-k Nsituse .f the
freeze-up. Las been restored.
to you all. For New Year's
Dinner you may want
Fresh Eastern Oysters
Oyster Cocktail Sauce
Ripe, Green Stuff'd Olives
Sweet, Sour Dill Pickles
Nuts, Dates, Figs, Raisins
Golden Bantam Corn
Tiny Superfine Peas
Ginger Ale, Budweiscr
Seal Brand Coffee
The Star Grocery
"Good Tilings toEt"
PERIG0 & SON