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HOOD RIVER PLACIER, THÜHSDAY, APRIL 24, 1924
(laughter, Mrs. Geo. W. Butt», and
family. Mrs. Williams has been here
•ome week» with her daughter.
Leslie Butleg was la Salem tort
A. L. Vincent was a bualnsaa vUitor week to attend the dedication of “The
in .PortUnd last week.
Circuit Ridel.“ Mr. Butler waa a
Twenty-two years of service to the
Approximately 80 per cent of the
J. H. Ferguson was a bualneaa vis .member of the committee In charge of
the unveiling of the statue by A. public was completed by the J. C.' tonnage of Hood River apple* »hipped
itor in PortUnd Ust week.
Penney Company Saturday, April 12. last year were handled by the Hood
Is requisite to any successful enterprise. What
Every day U Clean Up Day at
The company was founded In 1802 at River Apple Growers Association,
Spaulding's Tailor Shpp.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Wolfe were a small mining camp in Wyoming and which ba« heroine one of the leading
you are building, a good foundation is very
Fred Donnerberg spent Easter Sun down yesterdHy from their «uminer has grown to the indisputable poaition fruit marketing organisations in the
essential. This is particularly true in the planning
day in Portland with bls mother.
of the world's largest chain depart country, according to A. F. 8. Steele,
Mr. Wolfe will be In charge <>t a par.
who spoke before the luncheon meet
F. A. Maaaee was a business vUitor tion of the Oregon Lumber Company’s ment storeorganization.
fitting of a New Dress.
It waa fitting that the company ing of the Advertising Men’s Associa
in PortUnd Ust week.
Mr*. J. W. Hinrichs has started a
J. R. Heaton ha« sold hi« Height« in some way and decided that the Steele said the growers established
new residence on Columbia street.
Jitney bu«ine«a to William Tollman, better way was to give another com the preaent aaaoclatiou in 1914 and
Hood River Box Co., box manufao wiio ha« already asHHtned active munity the advantage aud pleasure of that it now boast« of 1100 members.
f taring. Hood River, Oregon. Phone charge. Mr. Heaton and family have economical shopping which this and 750 uf whom are actively engaged in
Give you the Perfect Foundation you need.
left for a two week«' vacation in the aeveral hundred other communities fruit growing.
Highest cash price paid tor your used Coo« Bay country.
“Meticulous care of the marketing
have been enjoying.
harnitare, stoves and rugs. Call McClain
Hamilton, Mo., was decidl'd upon to of our apples and living up to our
Whatever your plans and specifications are, there
Norman Rieliard«on. of Portland,
at E. A. Frans Co.
. , »20ft spent the week end with his aunt, be the home of the pew store. It is trade man and contracts 1* the reason
is a “Warner’s” for your foundation.
yEye* aei*ntiflcally examined by H. L. Mrs. Cha«. Rathbun, and Mr. Rath interesting to note that J. C. Penney, Hood River's product demand« and
WaAreuek, Optometrist Heilbronner bun, Mra. Myers, of- E«tacad*. was wltose name this great nation wide in gets a Hubatantlal price on the mar
here over the week end vi«iting the stitution bears, was born in Hamilton kets of the world.” he said. “Wher
where after Hie usual public school ever you. _go yqu will And the Blue
Trunk«, Bag«, Suitcase«. Large a«- Rathbuns.
apples front Hood River and
•ortmeut, reasonably priced. Kelly
F. M. Rlaven« and family have re training he «ecured his first mercan Diamond
in all these place* they receive the
turned to tlie city from «oiithern Cal tile experience in the sauu* building fancy
and the very room where he is now
are perfect fitting, easy of adjustment, comfort
If Cameron could not have fixed your ifornia. wliere they «|>ent the winter. opening store No. 500 iu the great
Mr. Hteele explained the difficulties
electric ayatem I would have told you Mr. Rlaven« «aid the «outhern climate chain.
able; no laces to fuss with; just hook lip, that’s all.
In exporting apple* which hail been
agreed with hl« health. He is looking
the grower«' association,
Clarence H. Brown has returned fine.
ownership of the Hamilton store are He said that by proving the worth of
Redfern & Warner's Wrap Arounds, Site SB
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. F. Stranahan 14 men. all of whom were born in this the name of the association by honeHt
from service with the Marines at Mare
have left for Portland to s|>end some .Missouri town and are now connected dealing, the demand for Hood lliver
Island and at Bremerton.
A. F. Davenixirt was a buaines« vis time. Mr. Htrana'han will engage In with the coni|>any as stockholders and fruit had l>een «ulsrtantially increased
itor In Portland the latter i>art of contracting work. They expect to manager« in other places. The store in the markets of the worM white the
«pend the week ends on tlieir Oak opening was the occasion of an enthu same of other brands of fruit had fall
Warners Corsellettes, a
of Brassiere and Hose Supporters
siastic home-coming and was attended en off.
Ben H. Dawson wa« down from M.L
to $3.50 each-
M. B. Webster, In charge of 'he by Mr. Panney, J. M. McDonald 'and
Hood the latter part of last week on
ing one of the moat valuable to the
buaiuem and calling on friends.
Announcement is made that nearly Hood River growers at preaent. Ap
city Tuesday seeing about bulbs nnd
Pastelle and oil painting, china dec «hrutiH to lie used tn lieautlfylng the 100 additional stores will lie added to ples there arc sold for 11.50 and *2 a
Warner’s Bandeau and Brassieres Please The Eye and Fit Your Figure
oration and firing. Rec business ad. grounds. He plan« oil making rite thia organization during the present dozen, hiv «aid.
are made in a wide variety of material*, plain or trimmed and the best styles
Roaa Phillipi, Tel. 3482.
fishery one of the meat «ightiy place* year. Another interesting announce
ment was that made the other day by
_ _ Every day is ('lean Up Day at of the valley.
Rpaulding's Tailor Rliop.
Mr. am) Mr«. W. L. Clark have Manager Bennett, of the local store,
Warner’s Perfection Waists for Girls, 4 to .14 years, are a Boon to Mothers
to the effect that recently the company
Little Miss Lois Peck, daughter of movt*d to the McGuire house on Cas drew
its check for over $2.OOO.< MX) to
Mr. and Mrs. Wallie Peck, is very ill cade avenue. Mr«. Clark 1« recover the order
Made of the best Cambric, has taped buttons, strap seams and hose supporter tabs
of a single manufacturer of
a . profusion of fruit blossoms and
ing from a recent fall an wiiieh «he
• „at the home of her parent«.
shoes. Thia collossal payment indi «pring flower« formed the chancel be
Warner’s Corsets, Bandeau, Brassieres and Waists must give satisfactions
- Mrs. Geo. A. Kingsley.and baby, of
cate« something of the quantity of fore which MI rr Elizabeth Campbell
Portland, Have l>eeii here the guests wa« forced to go to Portland the fir«t different lines of goods required by and Hayes Latimer Bickford were
of her paYents, Mr. aud Mra. W. H. •of tlie week for treatment.
this large combination of retail estab married at 2 o'clock Eaater Monday
Wliile iMiHsing through the city the lishments.
afternoon at the home of Mr. and
Something new. following Pacific Power A Light Co.
L. A. Bennett will leave Sunday for Mr«. A. F. Bickford, ot Pine Grove,
something different. Music that all
Portland, where he will attend a two
and you know you can rely upon the quality of the merchandise you purchase here
local office: R. B. Bragg, dis weeks' convention of manager« of tty? parent« of the groom. Rev. Father
dance lovers appreciate. Hood River new
Pythian hall, Monday night, April 28. Ijicksff-. purchasing agent, of Port Northwest zone.
The bride waa ctiarmlng In an at
Boil Proof Colors in Embroidery Floss
All Pure Linen Crash Toweling
tractive gown of white «ilk cre|ieMIer
Earl II. Shank was in Portland land, and J. ,C. Cauipltell, traveling
16-in. unbleached____________________ 24/
Artificial silk or mercerized cotton, stranded
Monday on busin««« connected with auditor.
WOMEN’S CLUB NEWS veil of tulle was becomingly arranged
with ornnge bloafloma, and the Eaater
the approaching Odd Fellows conven
or twist and in heavy couching t ord, in a
Extra Heavy All Pure Linen Crash, 18-in.
J^st Monday evening after rehear Hal
motif wa« carried out in her bouquet,
wide assortment of the wanted colors.'
the Knight« of Pythias band was
For a meeting of The Dalles Busl- which waa a «bower of Easter III lea.
natural linen color ..
For Sale — 7-pasaenger, fl-cylinder pleRHuntly <*ntertuined by the wive« nesa A Professional Women's club
Studebaker In good condition, new of the niemlier« belonging to the organ Wednesday evening of last week at sweet ¡teas and lllic* of the valley.
Darning Silk and Mercerized Cotton .
Ml«« Adah Ijiraway played the
battery. Reason, too large for family ization. Tlie band 1« now preparing the community rooms, a guest of hon
lieautiful march from Lohengrin a«
45-in. Fine Bleached Art Linen____ $2.50
in the new light shades of Spring Hosiery
of three. Phone 3821.
for the I. O. O. F. convention and will or was Mrs. Alice Maloney. Rtate pres the bride descended the stairway, ac
is here for you now..
Miss Nellie Lelnhart and B. J. Heck tie ready to furnish appropriate music. ident of the organization, and other companied by MI rr Ixiulae Knoll, maid
64in. Colored Border Table Damask .....95/
er were here recently from Portland
Miss Flora Peters, of New York City, guest« were menil«*rs of the Hood Riv of honor and little Patricia CUi«holm.
visiting Mr. Hecker’s sister, Mra. 8. A. arrived the’ latter part ot last*.week er Hub. Dinner wa« served at 7, and flower girl. MI rr Knoll wore n lovely
King, and family.
for a few days* visit wjth the wa« followed by short talks by Mrs. gown of rose silk, and carried sweet
After a vi«lt With her iiarents, Mr. family of her brother, A. W. Peters. Maloney. Miss May Davidson, presi pens in pastel shades. Patricia wore
and Mrs. Chas?, of Corvallis, Mr«. MI hs Peters came here to officiate as dent of the Hood River club, and MI hh a dainty frock of blue.. Tin- groom
Earl II. Hhank aud children have re godmother of her little niece, Betty Dora Sexton, president of The Dalles was attended by his brother," Clare
w Peters, who i\a« baptized Easter Sun club. Mi«« Minna Schas«en sang. “Lit Bickford, as lieat man.
Only relatives and a few intimate
Every day is Clean Up Day at day at Rt. Mark’s Epi«cop«l church. , tle Stream of lluna,” and responded
The Hood River Amusement Co. to an encore with. "When I'm With friends were present at the ceremony,
Spaulding's Tailor Shop.
You.” Rhe wa« acroinpanied on the
The annual meeting of St. Mark's wishes to state positively tiiat cards piano by Miss lenore Kirkpatrick, which was followed by a reception.
Guild will lav held Friday afternoon iHHiied Inst week snd distributed to a who later contributed a piano solo to Miss Ethel Bickford. Ml«« Evelyn
at the home of Mrs. Charles Strana limited extent absolutely had no the entertainment of the clubs. At Turney. Mrs. E. L. Bickford and Mr«.
Robert Ireland assisted with the serv
authorization let. the Rialto theatre.
han. Oak Grove.
As «<Kin a« the management heard of tendance prizes were given to Mrs. Ho ing. and Mi«« Ethel Bickford caught
YOU WltL BE SURPRISED. Tlie the
the bride's bouquet. The guests were
cards, their distribution waa
Metropole Jazz Orchestra, of Bis «toppl'd
a« many a« possible re Mr«. John Miller, of the local club. shown through the home adjoining
mark Gardens, Chicago, will be In called at and
Xx»ver« were laid for Mrs. MllofteX. xhat_a£jthe groom's family, which the
the management’s instance.
Hood River/April. 28.
the following guests from Hood young couple have prepared to occupy
Capt. and Mrs. C. C. Reeley, acrom- and
River: MI hh May Davidson, Mra. Wui. on their return from ■ short motor
Bud Mills, wiio handles the Vincent jianied
A Shank dellveriea, is driving a new motored down from Shaniko to spend Munroe. Mra. May Milla. Mra. Har trip. Mr«. Bickfod'a going awny cos-
Buick delivery wagon, purchased from the week end. Capt. Reeley states riett Bia ah field. Mr«. M E. McCarty. tunic waa a «mart auit in a míale
the Hood River Garage.
that he is making good progress In Mra. Orva Wiley. Mr*. John Cblandpi. «hade of tan.
L, C. Baldwin will have cliarg* of road construction on The Dallea-Cal- Mr*. O. A. Richard*. Mra. Wm.' Eaael«-
Out-of-town guests present for the
construction of thiK^uew Columbia lfomla route. Both he and Mr«. tyn, Mra. I<ealle Root. Mias Marine ceremony were: Mr». Opilen Chia-
street home of Mr«. JT ’W. Hhirichs. Heeley declare they would like very Eversole, Mr«. Harriett Waite, “Mr« holm. of Antigonlah, Nova Scotia ;
Hamlett* ComelliiR, Mra. Florence Mrs. E. L. Bickford, of Seattle: Mr.
It will be a six-room bungalow.
well to be residing in Hood River, RI mon ton and
Mr«. Roy Johnaon. The and Mrs. Robert Ireland, of Portland;
If you do not receive your Oregonian however.
following member« of the local club Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Aggers, Mia* Doria
irly or wish to »ubscribe for same,
Accompanying Mr. and Mrs. F. A. were seated with the guest«: MiRH and
Mias Maud Agger*.
by carrier or mail, please call McDonald, Mr». J. H. McVay visited
Dora Rexton. Mr«. John Miller. Mi««
Oregonian agent. Phone 2303. I 21 If
the Homestead Inn laat week. Mr. Glad.va Hula. MI rr Mary Hall, MI hh
Wa pay cash for your old furniture or Hannum, tlie vjaitor« reported, is ac
make • liberal allowance on new goods. tively engagt'd in making preparations Alta Hall. MI rr Jenaie Ferbrache, Mr«.
At a very pretty ceremony. solem
MI rr Minna flchaRaen.
Call Hackett Mil, Kelly Broa. Co. Fur for a busy season this aunimer. The MI rr Lillian Rchasaen. MI rr Tillie nized at 4 o'clock la«t Monday after
popular hostelry is Is-ing refurbished Rash, MI rr - Runice Bolton, MI rr noon at Rt. Mark'« Episcopal. Rev.
Mrs. E. J. Smith has returned from and made as attractive as possible. Lenore Klrk|>atrlck, MI rr Ethyl Gib L. H. Miller officiating. Min* Lillian
We have rock bottom prices on a number of
Medford, where she was called last Mr. Ilannum is takingj» keen interest son,? MI rr Violet Cox, Mias Anna Loft«, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. C.
week by the serious illness of her in the Homestead, Tiil place, how- Becker, Mra. Alma Collard, MI rr Ruth Ixtfts, became the bride of Theodore
Dodge Brothers’ Cars in exceptionally good con-
mother. The latter 1« rnneh improved. ever, this suhimer will iä' managed by Sheldon, MI rr Elffie Gernow. Mr«. J. E. George. of I a G ramie. The bride
Mra. A. 8. Keir has returned home his son.
H. Freund and MI rr Jean Strachan.— wa« given away by her father. Mi««
Marjorie Joy, sorority «later of the
from Portland and is convalescing
The men’s quartet of the ¿shun The Dalle* Chronicle.
bride, wa« maid of honor and Ted
from a serious operation at St. Vin Methodist church will go to Portland
Runday. where they will
We must move some of these cara at once and
W. C. T. U. NOTES
The bride waR attractive in a hand
Mrs. W. B. Small and small son, University Park Methisliflt church.
Bobbie, are here from Portland visit Rev. Gabriel Ryke«. formerly pastor
they are priced accord ingly.¡
Her veil Wa« becomingly ar
ing her parents, Mr. aud Mrs. S. E. of tlie local church, is now tn charge ful meeting Tuesday, April 15, in the cre|>e.
of the lhirtland church. Members of First Christian church at which there
quartet are: J. M. Witaon, I* A. was a large attendance. Mra. J. R. orange bloeaoma. Rhe carried a shower
Compare our prices and can with any on the
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hamilton, of tlie
Bennett. Earle M. Rpauldlng and Mark Nickelsen had charge of the lcgi«lative bouquet of bride'« roar* and liliea of
Vancouver. B. C„ are here visiting E.
Moe: Mr». Wilson will accompany progranft Those taking part In the the valley. The maid of honor wore a
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Rathbun. Mrs. them.*
They will make the trip in the program were Mrs. Hawke«. Mr«. nretty frock of pink silk and «liver
Hamilton is a sister of Mr. Rathbun. automobile
of Mr. Bennett; who will Nickelsen, Mis« Ella M. Davidson and lace and carried a «bower Ix.uquet of
Mrs. M. R. Catherwood and daugh siiend the next two week« attending Mrs. Hchmid. Mias Alice Carson sang pink roses and aweet peas.
Our reconditioned Dodge Brothers Cars otter a
ter, Virginia, were down from Dee the tlie district convention of managers a solo.
A reception followed immediately
maximum of service and a minimum of upkeep
latter part of last week visiting of the J. C. Penney Co.
Plana were made to banquet the new after the wedding at the home of the
Wliile attending the Masonic grand metnl>erfl gained on the drive. The bride'« parent«. Mr«. L. M. Bentley
Mrs. Msry Elliott and daughter. lodge meetings at Albany lari week itanfluef- will tie heltd at the Riverside poured. She wns assisted by Mra. E.
Mlns IU, arrived In Hood River last A. D. Moe had a pleasant visit with church Tuesday, May fl, at 7 p. m. L. Hcobee and Mr«. A. C. Lofts, Jr.,
week. They formerly lived at Red W. V. Merrill, who succeeded R. H. C. Mrs. J. Graff han charge of the affair. cut the bride's cake. Those aaalating
Call and look 'em oyer
mond, where they operated a hotel. Wood as manager of the telephone A splendid program in being arranged. with the serving were: Mia* Alta
After the meeting nandwiches and
They contemplate locating here.
offiro at Hood River in UAW. Mr. M*r
Clara Partis. Mrs. Richard Scearce and
After a visit with reUtlves here, rill 1« now proprietor of a large seed coffee were served in the Itasement.
The L. T. K meets every Saturday Mrs. Neal Nunamaker.
Mrs. F. R. Spaulding returned to her store at Albany, where he ha« been
At the church the usher* were A. C.
home at Heppner Ust week. Mr. located for several year*. Mr. Moe .at. 2.30 p. m. in Asbnry M. E. church. Lofts.
jr./anJ Tl I f l i i i rd H er a r e *.—Lean
Spaulding was the valley’s first min enjoyed ■ ride through the farming Mr«. Ames urge« all member«'’ to be a rd Partis
sang. “Bridal Dawn” and
district between Albany and Cbrvallis.
"I Love You Truly.” The church was
H. O. Kresse during the past week and says that the country looks to be is to be di sen used by all metni»er«.
beautifully decorated with spring
made some extensive improvements very prosperous. The farm building«
flowers. Mr«. A. R. Kolstad played
on hi« dark room. He specializes in are very commodious and up to date, COUNTY HEALTH NOTES the wedding march.
quick work in completing kodak pic and diversity of product« 1« the rule.
Mrs. George'« going away gown was
Parent« of the county availed them-
Mr. Merrill «ay« that on this account
ture* and In enUrgements.
a smart gray cashmere suit with a hat
John Elder came up from Silverton,
examined at the clinic held to match. After a brief wedding trip
where he U with the Sliver Falls lum plaining amoli g the farmer* of that children
Mr. and Mr*. George will he at home
at the library under in
ber Co., to join Mr«. Elder and «pend
Astoria. They were the recipient«
Eaater with the latter1« brother, NeU
of many handsome presents. Both are
former O. A. C. students.
Nelson, and family at Dee.
We desire to thank all of the friend« former clinic«, while 15 were new
Out of town guests Included: Miss
C. P. Bernal has been painfully 111
the past several days at the home of and neighbor« who so kindly assisted the babies, «««isted by Mrs. R. B. Marjorie Joy, Ted Black. Mis* Alta
his daughter, Mra. J. G. Ruggles. Mr. us by their kind deeds and words of PerIgo. Mra. J. W. Ingalls toolr his Russell. Mira Clara Partis, Leonard
Bemst is reported to be making steady svmpathy at the sudden death of our tories, and Mrs. Wm. Sylvester did Partis and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hall,
husband and father. M. D. Latham,
all of Portland.
and we also express our appreciation the weighing and niea«uring.
G. A. Wood, representing the Oregon for the many beautiful floral offerings.
Park Grange Meeting Interesting
SUte InduatrUl Accident Commission,
Iju-ge Crowd at Mount Hood Dance
Mrs. Emily Latham,
The meeting at Park grange Satur
haa arrived here for a six weeks' visit
The “Dance of Easter Eve” waa an day before laat was a very Interesting
with bnsine«* enterprise* and orehard-
other live dance at which everyone one. Evening Star grange of Port
ists operating under the comuiUsiou. . .
had a live time. There waa an extra land sent a large tielegation, which
Frank Barrett has left for Belling
large crowd, and everyone of them conducted the degree work. Under
ham, Wash., to spend the summer.
were wlahlng for more when Hr,ward'« supervision of a committee headed by
His pUce at the Dead Point trout
Card of Thanks
For a limited time we will sell
Acea of Melody played the tune of Mrs. A. Kreig, a sumptuous dinner was
hatchery has been taken by his son-
We wish to express our sincere “Home Sweet Home." but there ia served at noon. State Master Palmiter
and other Sugar Wafers
ln-Uw, George Carlton.
thanks to our friend« »nd neighlmrs more than one way to get more live thanked Evening Star grange for par
Arnold Mason, aged 25, who fell for their expressions of «ymimthy and dancing and «till have a real time— ticipation. J. J. "Johnson, master of
Highway Auto Co.4 Hood River, phone 4331
from one of the Waukoma bridge kind aid during our recent bereave one way ia to come to the Mount Hood tlie visiting grange, responded. Mr«.
piers Tueeday. was able to leave the ment at the time of the death of our dance Friday. April 25.
A. I. Mason presented Park grange
Cottage hospital yesterday. It was husband, «on and brother.
Till« ia the dance in which «he «ay«. with a gavel. In addition to Evening
at flrat feared that he had been seri
"Hnrry up. Tom. or we'll be late.”
Star, granges of Lents, Fairview, Rus
ously hurt. ,
And he replies by Raying. “Yes. I'm sellville and Columbia of Multnomah
Jos. W. West
Traveler Praises Hood River Apple*
coming dear.” Then they're off to the county, and Chenowlth and Mill Creek,
Geo. H. McMullen was up over
W. Schwa risen berg. whose head
Mount U irm I community hall for an of Wasco county, were represented.
the Easter week end from PortUnd,
This is your opportunity to lay
quarters are In Portland, but who
other evening'« entertainment Friday All other local grange* were repre
visiting the familM* oi bi« dasghtSrs.
in a supply for summer picnics.
Mra. Ray Gibson and Mrs. Lowell
For transportation of pupibi to and evening.
of Han Francisco, was here yesterday
NickeUen. He accompanied CUyton from Oak Grove school anil Hood
May we send you a dozen or to
lulling on the Apple Growers Associa
Wentz np from PortUnd.
Tum-A-Lum Furnishes Furniture —
River hljfh school for the coming term.
A large motor caravan of memiter« tion and discuMing the exploitation today ? .
H. 8. Braakman doe« painting, paper Particulars can be obtained from the
‘*1 wish It clearly understood that
The handsome desks, cases and pan of the Hood River Commandery of of the local fruit in European and
hanging »nd decorating. Hare your clerk.
I am not a candidate for any- office." eling of the new Pacific Power A Light Knight« Templar visited The Dalles South American market*.
bona* *nam*l*4 in»id* and onuide with a24ml
Clerk. School District 11.
says Judge Onthank, who has tiet^n Co. office ha« created considerable at is-' Runday afternoon for a special zenlierg, who baa resided in numerous
guarantee for six years. Tel. 2404,
Justice of the peace here for seven...
_......... since the „ office was opened, Barter. ■Tf*®?
at the civic audi Oriental cl tie* and. who is well ^ac
rkskinsn’a Hardware, Pwhrt and WaH
Runaway Girls C»«tbt -
tortn'm there.' ' Rev.' M.' 1/ Binders, quainted with European trad*'condi
"TTie fñrnTtúre was furnished by the torial
ip*7, Smith 'Building,
Whttehouse Crawford Co., of Walla pastor of the Goldendale, Wash., Meth tions. expect* to leave »x>n on a long
Hasel Hlrsch. IT. and Minnie Tay
Good Things to Eat
The many friends of Mr*. F. E. lor. Id. who .-scaped from the Louise conscientiously, The poaition of jua- Walla. Wash., the general office of odist church, delivered the sermon. A trip through Europe and South Amer
Dean will b* pleased to know she was Girl*’ home In Portland, gave them- tice of the peace, during the pa at «ev- the Tum-A-Lum lx on tier Co.
large delegation of Goldendale Knights ica.” said tile visitor. “Indeed, it ia
able to motor with Mr. Dean to Port selve* up to City Marshal Hart Tues eral year*, aince the day« of prohibi
"The finish is called a French gray,” Templar was present for the service. Internationally known. You ar* like
Und Ust Friday to spend the week day night and were returned to Port tion and the automobile with It« grist says William Esselstyn, local Tum-A- Ix>c*l men attending declared the ser ly to come on Hood River apple* tn
land yesterday. The girls declared of traffic eases. haa become a trying Lum manager, “and we will he glad vice one of the most impressive they any part of the world. I believe there
end with reUtive*.
is a great future for exploitation of
Ira. E. William«, former Edmonds. that they were eager to get back to one. Jndge Onthank declare* that he at any time to answer any qneatlon had ever attended:
A lunch was served the visitor»-fob the fruit In Europe and in South
Wasiu banker, who now re*lde* ln the Portland Institution after an at think« he hag held the office sufficient' 'Las to this work, don* at our general
lowing the service.
Portland, has been here visiting hU tempt to make their own way.
BRIEF LOCAL MOTION
Hill 111II U I ti 111 i | i i | |>
PENNEY CELEBRATES STEELE TALKS ABOUT
HOOD RIVER APPLES
A Good Foundation
Redfern & Warner’s Rust Proof Corsets
Warner’s & Redfern Wrap Arounds
Here there's Something New Every Day of Interest and Profit to You
WE CAN NOW OFFER
SOME UNUSUAL CAR
Durant Acceptance Corp
Sold under the Durant Plan—915 per share,
$2 per share down, $2 perchare per mo.
—Not less than 5 or more than 50 shares.
Phone or call and see
SIR KNIGHTS AT
THE DALLES SERVICE
9c per Package
98c per Dozen
The Star Grocery
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