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HOOD RIVER, OREGON, THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 1924
Careful Developing —If» this, more than
in any other phase of finishing work is
extreme care essential. You get it here.
Two rules of jgood farming are man’s heritage
from centuries of tilling the soil:-
(1) Raise what you need for your own table.
(2) Always have something to sell.
By practising dairying and live stock raising in
addition to cultivation of crops, thousands are
following these two rules to success and pros
perity. They always have a smile, for they
Always Have Something to Sell
Print* Every print that we
make from kodak negatives
is on the best paper.
We use the jiroper paper
that gets the most pleasing
results from all kinds of
Enlargement* Few persons
recognize in their negatives
the possibilities that lie iir>
enlarging the whole or parts
Let us select one of your
best negatives for a trial en
KRESSE DRUG COMPANY
& m JUL store
HOOD RIVER, OREGON
What is in your medicine cabinet ?
ducts your physician would approve?
Squibb'» Milk cf Magnesia
Squib)»'» Dental ('ream
Squibb'» Nursery Powder
Squibb’» Cod Liver Oil
Squilli»’» Aromatie Sp’ts Ammonia
SPECIFY SQUIBBS—Distributed by
HOOD RIVER DRUG CO.
WE SERVE A MERCHANTS’ LUNCH
We also have customers who have good
. security and would like to borrow the
following amounts for from 1 to 3 years,
$3000. $3000, $2,500.
Call on us for further information.
Shakespeare says, —“Neither a borrower
nor a lender be,” but our customers find
it necessary or desirable to occasionally do
either or both... j . • *
Just now we have customers who would
lend the following1 amounts on improved
real estate, $400, $500, $600, $1000, $1,500.
Squibb’» Cantor Oil
The Priceless Ingredient of every product is the
honor and integrity of its maker.
BUTLER BANKING COMPANY
Member Federal Reserve System
Make Every Minute
THIS year is now well on it* way. Right
now you are probably planning your
spring building activities.
You are invited to visit this office and
see the many beautiful hand colored pho
tographs of homes that have actually been
betels a Secret
' fòlks you know
. You will be highly'‘pleased with the
building service you can obtain from this
company that will mean satisfaction and
a saving of dollars to you.
EMRY LUMBER & FUEL CO
“Everything to Build
people, with in
comes no larger
than yours, always look
so well dressed ?
Here's the secret—
they buy good clothes
to begin with, and then
they depend on modem
dry-cleaning to keep
these clothes looking
over the long
period of time.
They pay no
more; they have better
clothes; they look bet
ter, and, of course, they
Why not try their
we’ll send a represen
Spaulding’s Tailor Shop
105 Oak Street
H. S. GALLIGAN, Proprietor
Cherries are profitable to grow in Hood
iver. Galligan has
Has a good stock of
all leading varieties, Hood River
grown and guaranteed, and
the price is attractive.
Also full line of other fruit trees
(NEAR GRANGE STORE)
HOOD RIVER, ORE
APPLE ADVERTISING ÌS CONSIDERED
Csmpainn Call* for General Popularization
Of King of Fruits
The First National Bank
lie nchisds will be asked to have the
children eat apple» at re»-»-»», as will
us drink milk.
uh -I iwh -
lz»-d .account of all
will tie furnished by th»- Western
Fruit Jobber* to all distil- ts anil I
shipper» in the campaign. 'Die asso i
ciation will receive no fees except BIG CEREMONIAL SATURDAY
actual coat of doing service.
"I believe that if this plan is fol
lowed out the whole United States Guests Present Will Reach 250, set --1-
will lie talking apples, and Northwest
didates Will Number 40 to 60
boxed apple» at that,” said Mr. Pal
mer. "Last year WV got results for
the California pear growers and for
tlie ImiH-rlal valley cantaloup,- deal,
Tin- eu ii ta louis.- men are in again tilin'
Hood River will entertain an antlc-
¡imted 25o members of the Muscovites,
high social branch of Odd Fellows,
will be played, as Earl H. Shank and
here Saturday night, when a prelude
<-isi. W. Thomson. members of the
local committee state, to the annual
convention of tlie grand lodge of the
order and the grand assembly of ths
A party of members of the local Rebekahs to be held here in lati May.
Most of the visitors will be from Port
Masoniu-Utnlgg- Saturday inoton-U to land.
tin- West Sidet home of Capt. ,C. Ar
In the early evening the formalities
Hchetky. oldest American nava) offic
ruonstor parade, in
er. to Join him in Hie celebration of will la‘pln with
his 97th birthday.
Capt. Hclietky which will lie featured the f urn Al ♦
served for 47 years in the invrchmit Iortlmid )udi<-e drill team.
murine and tlie navy. Capt. Hclietky. members of Portland's "finest" will
wlio was initiated at Lodge No. 2. apja-ar in full dress of police officers,
Philadelphia, has been a Mason fiy. except their lieail dress. Muscovite
fezes will repla»-e their cap». The
dll years. Having sailed’' tlie-^even Portland police team has a national
seas, lie visited Masonic lodges nt'
fame. 1< will go to Jacksonville. Fla,
most of the larger ports of tlie worlil.
Hiis full am] aid In extending an in
Hnttpday Capt. Hchetky exhibited
to tin- Mason» who called to greet vitation to the Museovit'-s to hold
Hieir sovereign grand lodge in Port
him a unitpie watch, which was a ia nd next year._______ _________ ______
«tift of his daughter. Dr. Elizabeth
Two uniform band» and Muscovites
selu-tky, of Boatoii. It is triangular
in »liajM- and instead of Rolqmi nu in full regalia will participate in the
parade. The ceremonial will include
merals. tin- hour* are denignaTbd by activities of tin* Ixiily Muscovites.
the I July Muscovite*.
Masonic emblems. Other children of Hard Tack." tlie Muscovite iroat, and
the dean of < »regon Masons are Mrs.
the Lady Muscovite goat,
Scott F. Aitken, with whom he re both full of pep. according to goat.
sides, mid Mrs. Carol Turvey. of Port officers, will la- frequently In the lime-
Tlie local Mason» presented light.
Capt. Hclietky with a handnome I iuji -
Local odd Fellows liuve arranged
Capt.jjk-hetky ran away to sea ,ajl for the main assembly places of the
- city for tlie evening. At 9.30 p. m. a
Hie age of 15, shipping on tlie Veni«-»-, banquet to tlie .Mu»covit«*s and some
bound to Hidney, Cliina and Oriental- 50 candidate» will lie held at the Odd
The youngest of eight boj» Fellow»' balk Tlie initiatory cere
aliourd the olii
out for 17 months wq TT\ I captais no- monial will follow immediately at the
torious iilotig the At laí i tie const ns a
I» »pite of the
liardHliips and brutal treatment, hl-
went on another voyage,
year» lie wa» ill the merchant service,
going through many strange mid ex
citing <-X|M-riences witli storms, sliiie
wn-cks. mutinies and piracy. Some of
tin- trit*« aiToss tlie Atlantic in those
At a mass meeting of citizena at the
day» required 80 days. The ships llood River high school Monday night
curried no doctors, ami Capt. Hchetky, tlie school is>urd of District No. 3,
tig a natural gift, was inisli'-al composed of tlie -.city and auburban
n/in for the crews of all ships on rural sections, was instructed by
li lie sailed.
He accomplished unanimous vote to proceed with plana
»(»me remarkable surgii-ul operations for su|iervis»-d recreation of the chil
ui'sllcal cures. lie was also a dren. Tlu- chief spi-ech of the even
nd skillful nuvigator aud-saved ing was delivered by County Hchool
Hupt. Gibson, who d»*elared that pro-
Ilin vessel from di»aster mmiy times.
In 1MI3 Capt. Rclietky volunteered Itosals for some form of supervised
for aervlce in th«- United States Navy. recreation for childreh, including
Until the end of the Civil war Ke was plan» for u gymnasium. ware broached
on gunboat duty on the Mlssissiiqii. here 10 years ago.
“Since then,” said Mr. ‘ Gibaon,
serving on th«- New Era, a converted
mcrclimitiiuin. He tmik purt in tlie ‘TI imm ! River bus gone ahead »ix-nding
engiigement at tlu* massacre of Fort sum» flint have run into the millions
Pillow, when the New Era. nt the end for automobiles, highways, streets,
nf tlie tight, had only eight round» left sidewalks, new »cliool buildings, a
golf club and automobile park, and
to serve its four guns.
In IM~5 Captain Hchetky went down yet we have no gymnasium, no super
witli the United—Huntes man o'war, vised recreation for children.”
1’rbf. Gibson decInred Hint the time
tlie Tiisiiirorn. commanded by Captain
Erlien, to hi -Ht King Matleton on the had arrived for Home definite action
throne of Sumo». The-German». who on the part of tlie municipality or
had n colony then*. desiring to run »cliool iMiajrc) for plana Hint will be
tilings hud creiited »orne dissent as to carrieu to materialization. The mo
liis regency, Tliey limi made heavy tion. vesting the school l»oard with
financial demands on tlie country mid authority was made by Ix-alie Butler.
tlie H iiiikmiiis had nppenled for relief C. II. Vaughan, Chas. II. Castner,
from IliiS oppression to tlie I
__ _ .Karl Buelow. Rev. L. II. Miller. Dr.
Slates. Following a tri-treaty lietween L. L. Murphy mid Mr». Brune made
Hu- i nlti-d Htates. Great Britain anil talk». F. II. L. Von I.ubken expressed
Germany Hie United States secured tlie opinion Hint tlie matter should be
tlie only liiirlmr of any iiii|Mirtmi<-e in limited to tin- municipality. Mrs. Joe
Huckett told how play work was con
Captain Hchetky Ims noted with in ducted in n California city where she
terest II recent discussion of tlijr-gepMU- wns employed in such work.
Hideratlon of tin- Nicaragua cmilii In Victor Follenlus told of playground
1872 lie was sent ns exi-cuUve oflk-er work in St. Ixitils.
John Kolwrg again offered the city
to survey NiiiiraguA with a view of
i-onstmeting a cmml there instead of Hie use of hi» bathing beach, where,
at Panama. Tlu- propos»-d »-anal had lie declared. lie could furnish this
several ¡ mi lilts of superiority, iu- says, form of recreation in a safe form,
as Hie to|Migrnpliy of tlie locality for less than Portland is paying.
made it less liable to slid»-». It t'Mik I. It. Acheson, chairman of the school
in higher ground, mid though longer board, presided.
it hail tlie advantage of including Hu*
Him Juan river mid Luk«- Nicaragiin.
In 1873 Captain Hclietky was or
dered. ns navigator, Io survey tlu* east
const of Mexico, wliiili hud not l»*cn
i-liarted for 2<Ml years, tlu- Hpmiish
liaving iiinpfM-d it. He found inafij-
errors, discre|tmici<*s in distanctw in
A telegram was received by The
cases being a» much a» 40 miles. Hood River Glacier Friday from Rep-
Captain H»-lu-tky’* cliiirt» of tills coast resentatlve N. J. Sinnott confirming
are in use'to'lay.
press dispatches which stated that
It wns during Hie Nii-arnguran sur Thoma» F. Johnson whs the only one
vey Hint Captain Hclietky went sud of »even applicant» for the Hood Riv
denly blind, due to Hie blazing sun on er postoffice to make the eligible list
tin- dazzling white »mid mid iMs-ause under examination of the Civil Ser
of tlu* close olmervution work he had vice Commission. Tlie action of the
to do. He was blind for many month» Civil Servin- Commission created
mid wii » ordered home on »lek leave. surprise among tin- supporters of
He lias nevcf fully recovered Ida <*re other ^applicants, who are: Roy D.
Smith,' Geo. I. Sloeotn, Frank R.
tin two occasions Captain S<-Iu-tky Itiggs. ('. E. Graves. J. W. Morton
lias reeeive'l tlimiks for saving vi - kmc I» and Mrs. W. W. Rodwell.
on which lie sailed, In the tirsi cane
Mr. Johnson lias lieen sheriff of the
he brought flu- bark Texas from Bor county continuously for the past 14
deaux to New Orleans.
The mer years. A native of Kentncky, he Is
chantman carried a cargo valued at owner of a West Side orchard piano.
He will resign from the sheriff's of
“We carried 87 pns>*iKerB and 14 fice. to take elT<-ct ns soon as he re-
■Jacks mid Jcnniew**1 say» Captain crirt-s notice of hl» formal af ppolnt-
Hchetky, recalling with a smile tin- In nient, nnd Ills successor must be ap-
cident of long ago. “I was the only isdiited by tin- county court.
nii»igrrtor iilioiird. witli only n green
Sheriff Johnson, on receipt <>f his
-secoiol mute to relieve me. But wv commission, will resign. IL» nnccee-
Innded 'tlie cargo mid till hands Milder sor will lie appointed by the conntj'
our arrival I received a letter of
thunks signed liy everyone on board.”
Tlie second occasion wns when lie
saved tin- City of Houston (New York
to Giilve»toii) In a hurricane, landing
tier safe witli mil passenger*. Later*
lie wiis sent by I hi- Navy with a draft» ifc -
of .'k\ men and two Junior officer» to
Win. II Edick, for seven years dep
Key West. Fla. . After u narrow es- uty county assessor and the past
i - ii | m - from floundering lie made port
three years deputy sheriff, Monday
lit Fernandina. Fin l or till» work he announced Ills tjindldacy for Repub
received official tliank» mid $500 from lican nomination for »ht-riff.
the department for a new uniform. Edick will also apply to succeed Sher
Tin- achievement was incorporated in iff Johnson, Just declared the only
the naval records.
eligible among seven applicants for
Captain Hclietky lias served in thé th»- local post mastership, as soon a*
Navy i(iii)l ¡MtrtH of the world. In the latter receives notification of for
1889 I i »- whm retired from active apr
vice on tlu- age limit of (¡2 years. ile
Although five vacancies in county
1» now tlie oldest-officer of the United offices must be filled till» year, Mr.
Edick I» the first candidata to fit*.
W. F. Mellwraith. former Mt. Hood
Mr. and Mrs H. F. Goodlander, of
Parkdale, after attending .the Pad orehardiat, who la now in charge of a
erewski concert In Portland, returned commercial art busine»» in Portland,
to their Parkdale tiome the latter part whs here the latter part of last week
»«lling on old friend».
of laat week.
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At the end of .4ha aeaauu
OUR KODAK DEPARTMENT
IS ENDORSED !
TRUE TG-NAME NURSERY
1 Phone 4796
Tlie most fur reaching advertising
■smiipiiigii ever liiuui bed in la-half of
tli\ Northwestern apple raisers f» in
proi\-»» of formation. C. N. Palmer,
advertising and publicity, manager of
till- Western Fruit Jabbers’ Assoeia
Hon. is visiting tin- traffic organlza
tioii» and shipping interest» of Ore
gon- und Washington sections, seeking
n tax of one cent per iiox on all fruit
shipped for such a fund.
shipia-rs. it is declared, have ex
press'd themselves in favor, and Mr
Palmer. who took up tlie matter witli
tin- ideal traffic nssociaFion, found
endorsement for his plans.
. Mr Palmer Is nut from Chicago,
headquarters of tin- Western Fruit
Jobliers Association. following up
lilans launched last (all by William
t.arfitt. manager of the organization,
if Wenatchee shippers endorse tlu<
plan it is anticipated that It will la-
'Hie plan, briefly, culls for * Kl-n
efal campaign of education through
newspapers and in schools and col-
leges. It is admitted that a greater
consumption is the most serious neixl
tlie North western apple grower,
Box sales < of * apples will is- pushed,
...in be educated to
deit-i in tlie fruit a» a staple like
Mr. Palm,-r. an expert in placing
publicity, lias worked out tile details
of tin- idea conceived by
. Mr. Gartitt,
to the exact cost of cucii item and
sjM-nt. In a
■ .'y cent is to Is-
last effort to convince tlie Northwest
apple producers of the feasibility of
Hie idea the Western Fruit Jobbers,
a mutual association of between 7<»i
mid MH» fruit and vegetable jobliers
all over tlie United States, is sending
Mr Palmer on a tour of the west and
Nortliwest apple sections to see if the
growers are ready to go with the job
bers. In an effort to help move this
year's apple crop over a wider mar
ket and more effectively. As work
iiiust start in six or eight weeks in
She way of placing advertising con
tracts in big pujM-rs, if anything is to
I m - done this year, quick action was
necessnry and tin- shippers and tdg
growers realized this.
Mr. Palmer came to Hood River
authorized to tell siiipfs-rH and grow
ers that the majority of Yakima val
ley buyers, shipper», storage men and
commission men will include clauses
In their 1924-25 contracts calling for
one cent a box to lie deducted for
tin- sales campaign.
Valley Traffic A Credit Association
handled nearly 7.500 carloads of ap
ples through its members in Hie 1923-
1 lie substance of tin- agreement is
'Iliis is to bo an advertising and
sale promotion campaign in tile in
terests of laixed apph-s grown in
Wnsliington. Oregon mid Idaho. The
carrying out of this lanipaign is tn
I m - under tlie direction of tlie adver
tising mid publicity department of
tlie Western Fruit Jobbers' Assoeia
Hon of America a nil in conjunction
witli a committee composed of one
interested grower or shipper of boxisl
tipple» from each of the district» rep
"Funds shall In- secured on the
basis of one cent a box on as large a
(»-rcentage of the entire Northwest
crop as possible, it being understood
Hint tills plan »hall not be effective
unless a majority of all -fruit inter
ests in each of tin- principal district»
The Western Fruit
JoblM-rs' Association will secure par
ticipation to tin- extent of approx
imately one-third of tlie coat of ad
vertising service in each market.”
Three phases of activity will be
followed, advertising, merchandising
service, and dealer helps.
Tlie plan contemplated, adwpiate
to cover the whole territory if fund»
avallalde, calls for 12,250 lines of
display space in newspaper» in 22fl
cltie» In 3S »lutes east of tlie Rocky
monnt'nin». each pajM-r to run 32 mi
vertlseinent» of HH! t<> K».5ti line» each
twice a week for Iff weeks this fall
Trade papers, organs reaching 7<l,<HHl
retail gro'-ers. will be used, which
have contact witli 35JHMMMM> potential
and consumers of apples
tlie . grocers.
...... . i .......
cards, hllllMinrd» and other mediums
found desirable may also he um-tl if
funds permit. The budget for udver
tislng 1» about >2X50,000.
Th»- merchandising service consists
of contact men. F
For this piirjMiHe tin
I’nited States is to lie divided into
live district» witli headquarters iu
New York City, ('lilcngo, Baltimore.
Atlanta anil Kansas City, witli one
»tipervisor in charge of each, state
and city contact pien working under
ills direction. It i» thought 50 con
tact men could handle tlie work the
first yenr. A total of $<W.00<» is the
budget for tills work, which could be
reduced to the size of funds avail
able. Th(«e men would <-all on retail
grocers, consumers myd jobbers daily,
putting in window display-« and urg
ing tlie Helling of apples
as cheaper for tlie liinsumer.
Tlie dealer helps /consist of 50,000
window displays m/d cards and 5(10,-
apple ns-l|M- liooks fur distribu
tion to coiisiiniers. Tills phase would
cost aliout $40,000.
In addition tlie big newspaiMTs
which maintain s|Hs-ial service to ad
vertisers will aid Hie fruit men by
firing up the apple drive to adver
tising of retail »tores in their ptlbli-
They will al»o aid retail
mi'rcliants to put on special apple
week sales and will -«Ac news col
umns for publicity for the movement.
In New York alone contact will be
ni.-nli- witli ii.lHHI.IHHI persons »lail.v.
Radio liron'li-nsting will la- followed
High »ehools and col
leges will Iw- induced to carry out ex-
IM-riaients in tin* US'! of apph-s. Do
mestic science exjierts will Is- em
ployed to write articles advocating
apples as a health food. City mid
Mate health official» will I m - asked
to boost for apples. Teachers in pub-
capì . c . a . schetky
JOHNSON ONLY ONE
ON POSTOFFICE UST
EDICK FIRST COUNTY
CANDIDATE TO FILE