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THOHHDAY, APRIL 17, 1924
HOOD RIVER PLAYS
. P!T"!.de,,t Coolidge baa set aside
April 21 to 27 as Forest Protection
Week throughout the L'nited States.
His official proclamation has Just
H-eu released to the press in which
lie strongly urges the governors of all
states, organizations, schools, and nil
cltUeaa to Join iu giviug thought to
he very heavy but preventable annual
loss from 3W.OOO furvrt flrtn( iu
"Plans are laid for an extiusive pnr-
tiei|Mition in Forest Protection Week
In the Staten ot Oregon and Washing
ton, said Geo. H. Cecil, district for
ester, in calling attention lo tlie pres
ident s proclamation.
•The interest of the public gener
ally waa never so keen in forestry
and forest protection as it is today.
lliiH in timely, for mm h nation we are
eiittiug hih I letting burn our timlter
BUP Iu y -li v« tim ea faa ter than WW Ml tr
growing it,” «aid Mr. Cwll.
Here iu Oreg,m and Washington
that ia not strictly the ease, but when
we realize that, these two states inay
a said to be the last great stand of
timber, it certaiuly is good bimiuetui
to keep what we have from needless
Imrnhig. the district forester stated.
Mr. Cecil called attention' to the
fact that President Coolidge has
shown win-re he stands on forest pro
tection mid conservation in no uncer
tain terms., >>
Both ragged ffelding and the (From the Hkamania County Ploueerj
breaks of the game defeated Ilood
The monthly meeting of the county
River in a contest with White Hal mon Chamber of Commerce held at the Cd-
last Sunday, « to 8. Hood River’s derwood school Wednesday of last
pitching waa wabbly in places bnt week was a record in attendance so
ttfbt in pinches, Smith' fanned seven, far, the stormy weather having kept
walked six and allowed two bits. Aui- a few at home, and those few would
hurn. for White Salmon, struck out have brought the attendance to the UK)
tire while Ihsal River gathered 10 hits mark. The turkey dinuer with naiad.
off his delivery. Errors at the plate, Ice cream and finishing up with lam
short, second and third base presented bone and cigars, was probably the l<est
White Salmon with live of their runs. I »art of the meeting for those with
Tlie opposition stole seioud five times appetites. but the.entertaining features
while Hood River pilfered nary a sack. and addressee were enjoyed. r - -
White Salmon's ffelding was flrat class,
Ixiulg Thun extended a welcome
while in the fourth and eighth Hood greeting to tbe visitors and he was
/^•LEAN house this Spring and from now on with a new
River hit Into double plays. -White made chairman for tbe evening.
Salmon scosvd two in the fourth
Premier Duplex Vacuum Cleaner that gets ALL the dirt
A. II. Wright of the forestry depart
through a hit to left flaid and errors
that has a motor which runs for years without oiling.
at home undaboft, They scored again
In the fifth through a base on balls forest, allowing the amount anti value
of the make, age or condition of your old vacuum
and a «teal home. They made two I of the timber used and available. h I h «>
will pay you $10 for it on the purchase prijtfe of a
more tallies In the sixth through
scratch hits and a wild throw. ,A hot and trails, aud other work contein-
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grounder past third counted one more, I plated.
Mias Christensen gave a vioHn selee-
making six all told. Hood River
counted one In the sixth by Carroll's jtion, accompanied by Mrs. Boiufnger.,
In addition to this $ It for your old machine we will also
single, Senter's sacrifice and Smith's that was greatly enjoyed.
two tagger. Again in the seventh the
alloW you the same easy payment terms offered to those
Dr. Flesher, secretary of the Wash
register Jingled twice by the stick work ington Children’s Home society, urged
who have no cleaner to trade in. This is only a dollar
bf Puddy, Bruce aud Carroll. '.
I the |»eople to "sell the scenery" of Ska
and the balance on easy $5 payments with your
Next Sunday, April 21*. Hood River mania county, saying that in all Ids
plays Dufur at Hood River. Hood travels he had found nothing to com
River will be considerably strength pare with the scenic beauties of the
ened by tliat time with Bill Hall of the Columbia gorge. He announced tiiut a
old Height's team fame behind the bat, new >(1.000 building will soon la con
The Duplex has a powerful suction that cleans as any
structed at the home in Home Valley.
Ilruee pitching and Smith on first.
really fine suction sweeper will. But that alone is not
! Geo. Christenson spoke of early day
enough. Suction alone won’t get dirt from the bottom
Won Ix»st Percent road building and bonding and com
B4 -100QI plimented the county officials, nresent
the nap—without a motor-driven brush. The ftemler
000 and iuist. on their accomplishments.
both—the brush and strong suction. Double actiop I
500 and progress during His 21 years here,
5oo and bis listeners base always found
000 tliat be fs usually connected up with
A motor that need« no oiling, that runs smoothly
Sunday Ilood River wiU play Dufur ail the progressive developments of
for years without attention. AV light to handle as
at Hood River. The team will-be con his community.
• toy. As finely and as tirmly built as an engine.
siderably strengthened by.Jjjgi lime | AJL Shipiey gpfilMt Aif the oppor
Quick. Thorough! That's the new Premier Du
aud a snappy game is promised. The tunities for encouraging the touris;
plex. Won’t you come in for a demonstration,
playing field will tie rotted off and seats traffic over the North Bank highway,
or call us? We’ll be glad to show you this won
provided fur the fans. The game will and asked for encouraging' support for
derful cleaner in your own home.
i»e called it 2.30 p. m.
" • w
hold a Fourth of July and North Bank
picnic at Big Cedars carried.
Your satisfaction in the future ae well as the
Geo. Christensen was elected dele
present is, with us, an obligation. And so we are
gate to the Western Washington Coun
glad to recommend the Premier Duplex. We know
it will give you lasting service. But we can pay SI*
A special meeting will la1 held in
for your old machine and offer you this doubts
Btevenson in two weeks and the next
action cleaner for a dollar down only until May 1.
regular uniting will be held at Cai**
Come in today.
Funeral services for MUton Delaney Horn in May.
latham. who died last Thursday at
The ladies who prepared the ban
.tlie home of his daughter. Mrs. W. H. quet were praised and thanked by thy-
8iicirls»n. of the Odell district, were organization by a special vote.
held Tuesday afternoon at the Odell
Methodist church, the pastor, Rev. W.
Libby To Put L'p Heavy Park
K. Gleiser, officiating. Interment fol
The Ubby, McNeil & Libby cannery,
lowed at Idlewilde cemetery. 8. E.
of The Dalles, will handle a heavy
Bart mess directed the funeral.
Mr. Iatham, a native of Illinois, and tonnage of berries from this section
his wife came here recently for a this season. J. H. Lake, representa
visit witli tire family of their daughter. tive of the cannery, here last week,
They celebrated their golden wedding stated that contracts had already
¡Hlortlj- after their arrival. Ho well l>een made for Clark Seedling straw
pleased were they with Oregon that larries aggregating 400 tons. Prices take the entire tonnage of raspberries for the latter,
they had decided to maf^ their home J of this fruit ruu from (I to ’N cents and loganberries, paying
Mr. lake st
here. Mr. Iathain. who was 74 years jar pound. The concern ex|s*eta to pound for the former and five cents io put up a li
old, had lived at Alexander, la., for
51 years liefore coining here. Other
surviving children, all'of whom were
here for the funeral, are: Mrs. lxnvis
Peters and Jesse Iathain, of Alexan-
der, Ta„ and Mrs. C. A. Mlssman, of
Woden. la. Two sisters reside in
Chicago, Mr. Iatham leaves 12 grand-
and doubla action for à dollar, too!
For a dollar
. Double action
Pacific Power & Light Company
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Which Shoes are Cheaper?
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consulting a Fuller dealer,
lie is supplied with the
color cards and charts you
need to make a satisfactory
selection of paints.
he lacks a
certJfh one, he can get it with
in 24 hotirs from the nearby
Fuller Wholesale Branch. You
can depend on Fuller defers
as yon can on Fuller Products.
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R. J. McIsaaoA Co.
Dr. Murphy in New Office
Dr. L. L. Murpliy has Just removed
from his old quarters In tbe Brosius
building to a suite in the northeast
corner of the building. He has had
the rooms gone over entirely a.nd tbe
waiting and operating room are very
restful. Hardwood floors have been
placed in the waiting room. - The walls
have been done in a pleasing gray,
and the draiaries over the windows
are in a French gray.
Tlie floors of tbe operating room
are covered wtTh a heavy inlaid lino
leum. Tlie lighting fixtures are at
tractive and efficient.
Dr. Murphy lias a miniature phar
macy in ills new office. He is install
ing the latest word in'an X-ray ma
chine. es|M*eially equipped for dental
Miss Mary Meyers, of Tacoma.
Wash., trained for a dental nurse, hns
arrived here for work in Dr. Murphy's
facal Men At Masonic Meetings
A. D. Moe left Sunday for Haleni
for a visit with Ilfs daughter, Mrs.
Oral E. Palmateer and husliand. and
to attend the annual meetings of high
Masonic (todies at Alltany. Tile grand
chapter of the Royal Arch Masons met
there Monday. Tuesday, the grand
council of Royal and Select Masters
met. and yesterday, the grand com-
mandery, Knights Templar, waa held
Dr. E. L. Scoltee and E. O. Blanchar
attended the grand commaudery meet
ing. They were accompanied by their
wives on the motor trip to Albany.
Mrs. Roger W. Moe accompanied
Mr. Moe as far as Portland.
TOM WARD PLACE, Between Gresham and Troutdale
7 GRADE GUERNSEY COWS
13 GRADE JERSEY COWS
6 GRADE HOLSTEIN COWS
12 OF THESE COWS ARE FRESH, THE BALANCE ARE
NEARLY ALL ARE YOUNG COWS
YOU WILL FIND AN EXTRA FINE HERD
The double strength tea in leadfoil
package insures you a delightful aroma
and an enticing flavor.
Double strength and double econo
my Comes packed in four sizes.
Ail brands of best quality coffee in
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P hone 1811
No one in Ilood River who suffers,
headaches or distressing urinary ill»
can afford to ignore this Hood River
woman's twice-told story, It la cou-
firmed testimony that no Hood River
resident can doubt.
Mrs. M. A. Douglas, 14th and C
says: “At the time I took
Doan's, I was more or less subject to
backs« lie. Itnrlng this trouble with
my back, my kidneys were irregular
and I felt generally depressed and had
no ambition. Two boxes of Doan'a
Pills made me feel like a different
my kidneys have never
caused me any trouble since." (State
ment given May 4, 1914).
May 3. 193l>. Mrs. Douglas added:
“Doan's Pills always help me when
my kidneys get out of order so I will
always recommend them.”
Price flOe, at all dealers. Don’t
glrtpfy ask for * kidney remedy
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— 14-INCH PLOW — 40-TOOTH HARROW —IRON AGE POTATO PLANTER — DOWDEN POTATO DIGGER
— CASE KALE PLANTER — CORN PLANTER — 12-18 DISC — HAY RAKE — McCORMICK MOWER — 3»/t
WAGON, HAY RACK —RIDING CULTIVATOR — DOUBLE SHOVEL — ROOT CUTTER — POWER WASH
ING MACHINE —AND LOTS OF SMALL ARTICLES
nTprniC Sum* under $20.00 Cash. $20.00 or over six months
* vi HI* ;
time will be given on approved security.
Doan's Pills—the same that Mrs.
Douglas bad. * Foster-Milburn Co.,
Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
A. MEYERS, Clerk
FIRST STATE BANK OF GRESHAM
RUBBBR STAMP INK AT GLACIER OFFICE
ROBERT .GIFFORD, Owner