The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933, June 28, 1923, Image 3

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    ALL ROADS LEAD TO BLUE MOUNTAINS
ONYX UNIVERSAL
The above map of the Northwest
indicate« the exact location of Top O’
Blue Mountgin A which will bloom for
two day* when the Old Oregon Trail
pageant, commemorating the erossing
of the Bine Mountain« by the first
On the summit of the Blue Moun­
tain«, the Old Oregon Trail, and the
O.-W. It. A N. railroad, the site for the
pageantry 1« ideal. It la midway be­
tween I^iGrande and Pendleton and
at nearly a mid-point on the Oregon-
Idaho section of the Old Oregon Trail.
All roada in the Northwest lead to Top
O’ Blue Mountain« a« the map dearly
show«.
A apectacle that will live forever in
sentimental history will be enacted
Universal Ranges at Very
Attractive Prices
here when the pageantry i« presented
to a multitude. Every phase of fron­
tier life will lie lived over once more,
lived over vividly and realistically in
a manner that can never be duplicated
but by the pioneers themselves. Pres­
ident Harding and his party will be
present and participate July 3.
The pageant site is easily accessible
from any point in the Northwest and
every road pictured is either of good
macadam surfacing or i« paved.
GUS MILLER PLACE
UNIVERSAL
with nokp and
le rubbing and
helps in your kitchen work,
ing or rubbing required.
The Universal Porcelain Range ii made of
Pearl Grey or Peacock Blue “UNIVIT” pore
retain its beauty and lustre indefinitely.
i 1_¥.m!eTnberJn
toA8 a|l-Po«*lain we offer many othera-wemf-porcblain,
nickel trimmed and plain finish in either with or without reservoir. A price and rang»
for each individual person and pocketbook.
Take advantage of thia opportunity.
KELLY BROS. CO
VY/E are happy because
we are serious in
adds greatly to the a;
prdperty.
Darrell Alltagton <
E. A. FRANZ CO.
HOOD RIVER GARAGE
[
“ Yours
General Blacksmithing
. *»
^,M ood R iver
X
market
A.r.DAVENPOBT.PROP
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PHONE: 4311 ]
Automobile springs
a specialty; farm im­
plements repaired.
HORSE SHOEING
C. M. Hurlbnrt has completed
Hounding« of the channel of the Co­
lumbia river here in preparation for
construction of the interstate bridge
that will connect Hood River and
White Salmon. The next steps in the
bridge work, it is stated, will be bor­
ing« made to teat for bed rock. The
river is comparatively shallow where
the bridge will crosa and preliminary
teats show that bedrock lie« close to
the bottom of the river.
UPSON & FLORER
hdJBacHa àsp, Twdtt St, the Height*
Celebrate
Underwood to Celebrate tbs Fourth
Under the auspices of the Under­
wood Literary Society, arrangements
have been completed for the celebra­
tion of the Fourth of July and the
program for the day Insures everyone
a good time. The day will open with a
salute of 13 guns at daybreak. At 11
a. tn. there will be an auto parade,
starting from the depot, up the State
Highwny to the Union Chapel picnic
ground where a picnic dinner will be
served, after which there will he
speaking and the reading of the Dec­
laration of Independence, followed by
a baseball game, horse races, potato
races, sack race, tmrnyard golf, egg
race, three legged race, girls’ race, lOd
yard race for boys. 50 yard race for
girls, tug of war itetween the Hick«
Mill Co. and the road crew from the
State Highway. Prizes will be given
for all of the events.
In the evening there will be a dis­
play of fireworks on the river.
Riverside Community Church
They Desene Year Sipport
was In Mosier Bun
WE WILL CLOSE ALL DAY
WEDNESDAY, JULY 4TH
Yours for Service
Vincent & Shank