The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933, March 27, 1924, Image 3

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    HOOD HIVER* OREGON, THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 1924
VOL. XXXV
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“Always Have
Something
to Sell.”
S' Careful Developing— In This, more than
in any other phasfc of finishing work is
extreme care essential. You get it here.
Two rules of £<xxi farming are man’s heritage
■ from centuries of tilling the soil:-
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(1) Raise what you need lor your own table.
(2) Always have something to sell.
By practising dairying and live stock raising In
addition to cultivation of crops, thodSands 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 n;e
make from kodak negatiJFs
jp on the best paper.
We
the proper i per
that gets the most pleasing
results from all kinds of
negatives.
Enlargement» Few persons
recognize in their negatives
the possibilities that lie in
enlarging the whole or parts
of them.
Let us select one of your
best negatives for a trial en­
largements.
KRESSE DRUG COMPANY
Store
The First National Bank
HOOt
SQ
What is in your mi
ducts your physician
Squibb’s
Squibb’»
Squibb’»
Squibb’»
Squibb’s
Squibb'»
Epsom Salts
Bicarbonate Soda I
Boric Arid
(old Cream
Talcum Powder
Mineral Oil
HOOD R1
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Phone 1551 '
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f
’ The Priceless In
honor an
Style Se*
a S
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Young men witl
the straight, lo|
the mode of the
But —the saint
sense by wear
right timé.
We are showil
Dress, Sports, I
'*■
Fl
Count
JHIS year is now well on its 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
built.
You will be highly pleased with the
Jiuilding service you can obtain from this
company that will mean satisfaction and
a saving of dollars to you.
about aumvMastd
EMRY LUMBER & FUEL CO
“Everything to Build Anything
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
APPLE
their best,
over the !ong-
ossible
time.
They
y no
more; they hav^ better
bet-
clothes; they
they
ter, and, of cou
feel better.
Why not try their
plan?
Phone, and
we’ll send a represen­
tative.
Spaulding’s Tailor Shop
105 Oak Street
(NEAR GRANGE STORE)
TRUE-TO-NAME NURSERY
- •,
Cherries are profitable to grow in Hood
River. Galligan 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.
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HOOD RIVER, ORE
TRUE-TO-NAME NURSERY
Phone 4796
BIG CEREMONIAL
HT
,CAPT. C. A. SCHETKY
IS NINETY-SEVEN
SCHOOL BOARD IS
GIVEN AUTHORITY
JOHNSON ONLY ONE
ON POSTOFFICE LIST
EDICK FIRST COUNTY
CANDIDATE TO FILE
ESTABLISHED 19^0
H. S. GALLIGAN, Proprietor
ARE COM iG
IS
TO BE
CONTINUED
SPECIFY S(¡
WE SERVE
lie hc H oo I b will be aiiked td have the
children cut apple« at receM, uh well
an drink milk. .
At the end of the season au item­
ize« 1 account of all «xpensiw incurred
I
will be furnished by the V. estern
Fruit Jobliers to all districts and I
shippers in the campaign. The asso­
ADVERTISING CONSIDERED ciation W’ill receive no fees except
SATURDAY
actual coat of doing aervick
"I believe that if this plan is fol­
CampaiKn Calls for General Popularization lowed out the whole United States Goests Present Will Reich 250, ant
will lie talking apples, and Northwest
didates Will Number 40 to 60
Of King of Fruits Hood River,
boxed apples at that,” said Mr.
M, Pal
got
ri<*Jk*»for
iner.
‘
I-ast
year
wv
(,
_
_
Convention Prelod«
Yakima Willing
tile California ¡»ear growers and for
(lie +tAp«*rlal valley cantaloup* deal.
Hood River will entertain an antic­
The most far reaching advertising Tlie cantalou[ie men are in again till*
ipated 250 members of the Muscovites,
«ampaign ever launched in behalf of year.”
higli so«*iul branch of Odd Fellows,
tile North western apple raisers Is in
«ill be played, as Earl H. Shank and
process of formation. C. N. Palmer,
here Saturday night, when a pridude
advertising and publicity manager </
<<«*o. 11. Thomson, members of the
the Westj-rn Fruit Jobbers’ Associa
local committee state, to the annual
lion, is visiting tile traffic organiza­
convention--of the grand lodge of the
tions and shipping interests of Ore­
or«l«*r and the grand assembly of the
gon mid Washington sections. sicking
a tax of one cent per box on an fruit
A IMirty of members of tlie local Rebekahs to be held here in late May.
sliipp*d for such a fund.
Yakima MasoniJslodge Saturday motored-to Most of tlie visitors will be from Port­
land.
slilpprs, it Is declared, have ex tile V
Side home of (’apt. C. A.
In the early evening the formaliti«*«,
pressc<l themselves in favor, and Mr Setiefky, . oldest American naval oflic-
Palmer, who took up the matter with er. t<> Join him in the celebration of «ill begin with a monster parade, in
th-'.’local traffic association, found Ills i'Tiii birthday.
('apt. Sclietky wlii.li will be featured the fumed
Portland isrii«-«* drill team.
These
endorsement for his plans.
served Tor 17 years in the mercliunC
inembers of Portland's "finest” will
Mr Palmer is put from Chicago, marine and the navy, CapY. Schetk.i
headquarters of the Western Fruit who was initiated at Lodge No. 2. appear in. full dress of police officers,
Muscovite
jobbers
Association,
following
up Philadelphia, lias lxx*n a Mason for except their head dr«*as.
fezes will replace their cape.
The
years.
Having sailed the seven'
plans Iniitulied Inst fall by William
Garfltt. miinnwr
.. seas be visit**«« M om .».,., i .- o .
... Portland pollei* team bus a national
fame, it will go to Jacksonville. Fla.,
this fall and aid in extending an in­
vitation to the Muscovites to hold
their sovereign grand lodge in Port-
I iik I n« xt_year,___________ __
Two uniform bands ntnl Muscovites
in full regalia will participate in the
pariHle. The ceremonial will include
activities of th«* Ijidy Muscovitee.
"Hard Tack,” the Muscovite wat, and
''Radu.' the Lady Muscovite goat,
both full of pep, according to the
otliccrs, will lx* frequently in the lime­
light. f'
Local Odd Fellows have arranged
for the main assembly place« of the
ea nt city for til«* evening. At 0.30 p. m a
en ice, banquet to tlie Mmwovitee and some
tentili
•K» candidates will Is* held at the Odd
boy » Fellows’ hall.
Tlie initiatory cere­
• WHS monial «-ill follow Immediately at the
■i nu­ Pythian temple.
ns a
t the
t. he
>r 21
rviee,
d ex-
ship-
me of
r
At a mass minting of citlzene at the
tiloso
■hips Hood River high school Monday night
ictky. the school board of District No. 3,
■dicnl comiNXM*d of the city and suburban
* on rural aectlons, was instructed by
Islied unanimous vote to proceed with plans
4 s
liions for su|s*rvlse<t wreatlon of the chil­
Iso II dren. Tlx* chief sp«*ecb of the even­
tavcil ing was delivered by County Bchool
Supt. Gibson, w-lio <l«*elar<*d that pro-
me»,
eered is'sals for some form of supervised
for children,
Including
Navy. n*creati«jn
> wss plans for a gy umaaiuiu. were broached
•ip|d. here 10 years ago.
"Since tb«m," said Mr. Gibeoa,
ertijd
i the “Hood River has gone ahead spending
Fort sums that have run into the millions
J end for automobiles, highways, streets,
» left sidewulks, new achool buildings, a
1
golf «-lull and - automobile park, and
down yet we liHVe no gymnasium, no auper-
'war, visisl recreation for children.”
Priif. Gibson ul«*chir«*d that the time
pt h in
I tile bad arrived for some definite action
who on tlie |>art of tlie municipality or
run school Ixuird for plans that will be
ns to curried to materialization. 'Rhe mo­
leavy tion. vesting the scliotd Itoaru with
' und authority was mad«* by lx*alie Butler.
relief ('. II. Vaughan, ('lias. II. Castner,
uited Karl Buelow. Bev. L. II. Miller, Dr.
■ ç
ween L. I.. Murphy and Mrs. Brune made
mid talks. F. II. L. Von I.ubken expressed
u red tlie opinion Hint tlx* matter should be
ce in limited to tlie municipality. Mrs. Joe
Hackett told how play work was con­
h in- ducted In a «'alifornia, city where she
Mrs.
econ- was «‘inployed in such work.
. In 'Victor Follcnius told of pliiygronikd
ifficer work in St. Louis.
Ji^rfTKolwrg again offered the city
w of
tlie use of Iris bathing tx*ach, where,
111
of
cue neiMern mil!
t <■ «vpieweuiru.
lie dis-lured, he coulci furnish this
Joblx rs' ANHiM-intion will s«*cure par­ nt Pnnnmn. The proposed cnnai hail form of recreation in a safe form,
ticipation to the extent of approx xevernl |H>intn of HU|M*riority, he says, for less than Portland is paying.
inuitely one-third of tlie cost of ad­ us tlie topography of tlie locality I. It. Ach<*son. chiurman of the school
made it less liable to Hlidex. It t«x>k
vertising service in cech market."
board, presided.
Three phases of activity will Is* In higher ground, mid though longer
foll<*w«*d. advertising, merchandising it luid tlie advantage of including the
San Juan river and latke Nicaragua.
service, and dealer helps.
In 1X73 Captain Hchetky was or­
Tlx* plan c<uitemplati*d, adeqnah*
to cover the whole territory if funds dered, uh navigator, to survey tlie cast
availabl«*, calls for 12.250 lines of coast of Mexico, which had not ls*«*n
display space in newspapers in 225 charted for 2<Mt years, the Spanish
He found many
cities in 3S states east of tlie Rocky having mnp|s*d it.
A telegram was received by The
mountains, each paper to run 32 a«i errors, discrepanci«*a in distnnciw in
v«*rtis« im*iits of 11(0 to 1050 linPH ,.„< !) cases being as much as -Ml miles. Hood River «¡lacier Friday from Rep­
twice a week for 10 wveks this fall. Captain Sclietky's charts of this coast resentative N. J. Sinnott confirming
press dispatches which staled that
Trad«* papers, organs reaching 7<».(MMl .are ill use today.
It was during the Nicaraguran stir Thomas F. Johnson was the only one
retail grocers, will ' lx* used, which
have contact with 35.000,(N)0 potential vey that Captain Sehetky went sud­ of seven applicants for the flood Riv­
Igible list
shop|H*rs anil consumer» .if apples denly blind, du«* to the blazing sun on er postoffice to make the eligible
Ser­
*lvil Ser-
Hu* dazzling whit«* sand and ix-eaus«* under examination of the ("vil
through tlx* grocers.
Hire l .,«r
cards, billboards and other mediums of tlx* eloM* observation work lx* had vice Commission. Tlie action of the
«rested
Seri ice Commission
I
found ileal raid«* may also lx* used if to,do. Hi* was blind for many montba Civil
funds permit. Tlie budget for adver- and whs ordered home on sick lenve. surprise among th«* supporters of
He has never fully
Roy D.
other applicants, who are:
t isiug is about $250.1(00.
Smith, Geo. 1. Slocom. Frank R.
’ The merchandising service consists sight.
On two occasions Captain Sclietky Riggs. (’. F(. Graves. J. W. Morton
of contact men. For this purpose
pur|>ose flu*
the
Ims received thanks for saving vesafl» anil Mrs. IV . IV. Rodwell.
I nited States is to b«> divided into
In the first case
Mr. Johnson lias b«*en sheriff of the
five districts with headquarters in on which in* sailed.
In* brought tlie bark Texas from Bor­ county continuously for the past 14
New York City, Chicago, Baltimore.
deaux to New Orleans.
The mer- years. A native of Kentucky, he Is
Atlanta and Kansas City, with one
«.'linntniHn carri«*«! a cargo valued, nt owner of n West Side orchard place.
supervisor in charge of eacji, state
$17t».IMMI.
Il<* will resign from the sheriff’s of­
nn«l city contact men working under
“We carried X7 pnNst.-ngeni and 14 fice, to take effect ns soon as he re­
bls direction. It is thought 50 con
‘Jacks im«i Jennies ’ " says' Captain ceives noil«*«- of his formal appoint­
tact mon could handle the work the
first year. A total of .ffW.OOO is the Hchetky, recalling with ii smile tlie' in­ ment, and his successor must be ap-
cident of long ago. "I was tin* oi)l.v printed by tin* county court.
budget for this work, which could is*
navigator aboard, with only a gr«*«'ii
Sheriff Jolinson. on receipt of bis
reduced to th«* size of zfunds 'avail­
»«•conri mate to rell«*ve me. But we commission, will resign. Hia nn <■<*«-
able. These men ««mid ciiiL on retail
landed 'tin* cargo and nil liands under sor will be appointed by the county
grocers, consnmerip^aiid Jobl«ers dully,
extraordinary circumstances.
Upon court.
putting in window displays' and urg­
our arrival I received a letter of
ing tlx* selling of apples by tlx* box
thanks signed l>y everyone on board."
as «lieajs'r for tlx* consumer.
Tin* second occasion «as when he
Tlx* denier helps consist of 50.000
saved tlx* City of Houston (New York
window displays and cards and 500,-
t<> Galveston) ill n hnrrhane, landing
«xxi apple recip«* Issika for distribu­
tion to consumers. This phase would her safe witIi all lAlsseugers. Later
he was sent by tlie Navy with a draft
«cost ivlxmt $40,000.
of 3X men and two Junior officers to
Win. H Edick, for seven years dep­
In addition the big newspaisTN
which maintain s|ax*ial service to ad' Key West, Fla. After a narrow es- uty comity assessor and the past
Nertisers will ai«i th«* fruit men by ea|s* from tlijundering lie made port three years deputy sheriff, Monday
at Fernandina. Fin
I’or this work lie announced Ills candidacy for Repub­
til ing Slip til«* apple drive to adver
received official thanks and l.loo from lican nomination for aherlff.
Mt.
Using of retail stores in*their publi­
tlx* department for a new uniform. Edick will also apply to succeed Sher­
cations.
They will also aid retail
Tlx* aiiiievemciit «as iworporated in iff Johnson. Just declare«! the only
nsTchants to put on special apple
tlx* naval reenrds.
eligible Wmong seven applicants for
week snlcs and will use news col­
Captain Sclietky lias served in the the local -postmastership, as soon as
umns for publicity for th«* movement.
Navy in all jxirts of tlie world. In the latter receives notifleatioa xitfor-
In New York alone contact will be
IKxil he was retired from active spr­ mal appoint men t.
mad«* with li.ooo.ooo pm*sons daily.
vice on th«* ng«* limit of 02 years. ite
Although five vacancies in county
Radio br«iiidcastiiig will lx* folloWetl
Is now tlx* oiliest offi«'«*r of tlie United offices must le tilled this year, Mr.
ext* naively.
High si hools and col­
States Navy. .
leges will lx* induced to carry out ex-
Edick Is the first candidate to file.
|s*rlmcnth ifi the use of apples. Do­
IV. F. Mellwrnlth, former Mt. Hood
mestic scienc«* ex[H*rts will I h * em­
Mr. and Mr* H. F. Goodlandcr. of
ployed to write articles a«lv«x*ating Parkdnlq. after attending the l'ad orebardist, who is now in charge of a
apples as a health fixxl. City and erewski concert in Portland, returned coiflvni reiiil art business in Portland,
state health officials will I h * asked to their l’arkdal«« home the latter part was here the latter part of last week
«Wiling on old friends.
to boost for apples. Teachers in pub- of last week.
GARF1TT PLAN-
OUR KODAK DEPARTMENT
IS ENDORSED