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HOOD RIVER GLACIER.
I II I I I I I I I I | i | |I I I t H [ I
H- L. Hasbrouckr optometrist.
•Hood River, Oregon. Phone
„^-■cfantlfieally examined by H. L.
Haabrouck, Optometrist Heilbronner
.T. , m*ron oould not have fired your
etretric system I would have told vou
ir if VolllnK “'I? "bampoolng at the
Hotel Oregon. Telephone 8311 for ap
8. A. Huggins and family, of Port-1
**“*• kwi»ed fare the first of the
week seeking a location.
«2L.2' Havener- Lyle, Wash., or-
,*t,..W8" ■ busiues« visitor in the
city the first of the, w—lr
''"'" m mil "*
“* “ —. n<1 k,ndH’ •»
returned here, that «be would continue
to show improvement, but a relapse
occurred after ahe reached the West
Bide ranch home apd it was necessary
to remove her to the hospital.
I am showing a very nice line of
coat«, suits and dresses at The Corson
Melody 8h«p. Representing Vkrlew A
Hewitt, Portlaud. Marion Knoblock.
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Bartlett and
daughter were here from Astoria over
the week end visiting their old friends.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. McClain. Mr.
Bartlett la manager of the Port of
The Entry Lumber A Fuel Co. is
l>euutifying its place of buttine«« by the
construction of window boxes. The
blossoming plants of the neat window
mixes, will make the office structure
more attractive this sumnu-r.
H. 8. Braakman does painting, paper
banging ami decorating. Have your
house enameled inside and outside
guarantee ’e for
simulation of that of a July Bunday.
"Many of the machines motored on
up into the Mount Hood National
forest." said Mr, Rogen, “where the
grey thread of the road penetrated
snow ’banka, although the sunshine
was as warm as summer.”
Mr. Rogers, who cite« that the Anal
’six miles of the Loop highway grade
will be completed by August 1, says
that he sees no need •why the great
scenic Itoulevard capnot be kept open
the entire year. He cites that It is
400 feet lower at Bennett pass, wliere
the road reaches a maximum eleva
tion of 4.100 feet, than the summit
of the Pacific highway in the Siski
you«. The lodge, because of the con
struction of the Loop and its increas
ing popularity will he kept open the
entire year hereafter.
ÜR8DAY, MAY 1, 1924
CHAMBER TAKES MES
SAGE TO PORTLAND
•Making Mood River the hub of tour
ist activity is the program which the
local Chamber of Commerce has
pledged itself to during the current
year, according to George R. tyilbur,
who addressed the Progressive Busi
ness Men’s Club la Portland Thursday.
Mr. WUbur’s address was the keynote
of the meeting of who Portland club
which entertained the Chamber of
Commerce and city officials of Hood
River at lunchewn at Beimon hotel.
"The fait that It will «oon take but
four hours to reach the «now line on
Mount Hood from the center of Port
land 1« the greatest'advantage any city
in the world can offer to tourists,” «aid
Mr. Wilbur. “Oregon and Portland
should realise the merits'of such an
order. We [ paper, SmithBuilding,----------—«5tf
The speaker pointed .»lit that winter
u.7v,„ m »
j“*1 received a shipment oi
rt« are also proving an attraction
(By O. M. Hyakell in Portland Tel to tourists this year and that skiing
Mrs. Mary Disbrow, who «pent the the old reliable Eastern White Oak sole
and kindred events Would soon make
past year in southern California,. has l««ther. Forthose who prefer leather egram)
returned to her home here.
on the bottoms of their shoes, there is
A physician in this town has in a the «now line as populur in winter as
R. A. Wilson, representative, of the u^^hing better. We’ll put soles ou your notable way demon«trated a great in summer. The fact that road con-
Pittsburg Plate Gla«s Co., waa a busi- I shoes-while
•*)<*•'while you wait. T. C. Smith’s truth—a man'« life is what he make« «t ruction now under way will be com
ness viaitor in the city last week.
Champion Shoe Shop.
it so long a« a brave «pirit remains to pleted by Hext winter was emphasized
hy-an urge for Portland buKiness men
A. W. Stone was in Portland over J Tin* members of the Hood River bear Its mortal burden. I «aw hiip at ami
tiooHters'to exploit the advantage« I
the week end. He had a few round«
• I’- E. <>., entertained the tlie close of day, «lowly and laborious of winter
offered on tin* slo|>ea I
2 Day* and 2 Day« Only —Not Before nor After
of golf while away.
I members of The Dulles chapter’'at a ly ascending the «tone step« of the Or of Mount H|«»rt«
Hood.As well aH the.Hcenlc
Mrs. Joe. Frazier, Sr., 1« construct
wife. He J)a<l but limited con
fag an addition to her home on Mon Saturday night. The club women of invalid
Mark Weygant, veteran guide, was
the neighboring city motored here trol of his lower limits and with diffi another
‘ v «„
«peaker on the program and |
culty moved by aid of a cane.
explained some of the point« in climb
M. P. Gibbon is recovering from an
J. J. Bachman lins arrived from
ing Mount Hood which lie had gath
operation performed to remove a
Portland to join the staff of the Hood Yet on this day he had done an o|M-ra- ered in hl« 527 trips to the' «uiniuit.
growth from one of hl« eye«.
River Drug Co. Mr. Bachman, who
Tlie following was contained in the
E. A. Franz ha« on «ale a large col is a registered pharmacist, was located surgical operations; had attended to
lection of dahlia« and gladioli from at Lyle, Wash., for four years. He Is 30 imtlent« in ill« office; had driven P. B. M. C, bulletin, of which John H,
the nursery of Mr. and Mrs. A. Heer. a friend of CluiJcXtruck, former local liis own car to the country some miles Hnrtog 1« editor:
Hood River is not a river." It is a
to attend a «lek man. and after supiier
You Can Buy Dresses Here Now Cheaper Than You Can Make Thet"
Why Did I Kiss that Girl?” Bruns man who. now liven at Lyle.
he had made a belated visit to the hos town. And some town. It.« two prin
wick record 257«. Corson Melody
is Style and Appearance in a Well Made Dress, Hard to Duplicate
Shop, Hood River.
lias returned from Portland, accoin-
Dr. Marcus Tlirane i« one of the nu big boosters. Tlie former for cooking,
J. P. Naumea was a business vi«itor IMinled by her little son, who ha« been merous
and gifted professional men the latter for roasting.
In Portland the latter part of last ill in a hospital. The little man in who during
Hood River 1« arlsliwratic, main
the last two d»*cades have
| much r»*covered, having gained seven l»»*eu drawn to the Ho<«l ltlver valley taining both a Butler a« well as a val
If von do not receive your Oregonian isninds
In the last three weeks, .Mr. by what was first -believed to lie a ley.
regularly or wish to subscribe for same, | <'rjrt«haw
in Rood Ri
The town 1ms 3000 citizens (Includ
rjgtshaw met them In
promise of fortune in th»* apple busi
either by carrier or mail, please- call
The Pythian Sisters gave a surprise ness, but, which now 1« better known ing the Butler) at last rei«»rt, but that
Oregonian agent. Phone 2303. f 21 tf
jatrfy Tltrsdny nlghD'for
Hugh and understood for what it really la waa a day or no ago.
Hood River, the town, has just like
We pay «»sh for your old furniture or Garralirnnt'at the Gome of Mrs. Ar- the -mere charm of an ideal dwelling
goods. tX mr Howe ll, — M rs. <i n rr ab r ant ■ w i ll p la ce.--------- ------------------------------------ tlie river two, banks, lull the city's
make a liberal allowance on near
M leave soon for a Skamania county
He is a native ...
Eau Claire. Wis., biinks have deposit« of two million dol
lumber chmp to sjiond the «ununer-l ami T son of a physician,
Ilin father lar«; three excellent hotel«: two up to
was the late Dr. A. Thrane, who«' date newspapers; a beautiful modern
Little Miss Julia Belle, small daugh witli Mr. Garrabrant.
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd L. French,
Seth' Laruvpty wa« up from Eugene father was Marcus Thrane, Norwegian theatre containing the finest organ lu
The best of the new ideas in style and makes,
sustained a broken arm yesterday in last week to set* hi« father. W. F. Iair- patriot, publicist and exile who was Oregon outside of Portland: a thor
equipped hydro-electric power
most desirable leathers. Colors you will like
uway, who is making a nice recovery driven to America in lsfltl IsscauHe of oughly
and light company which derives its
Fire Marshal Morgan, who has bren from a recent iilnres. Tin* younger bis open resentment againat the a«- power from the turbulent water« of
on your feet. Prices that are right for Quality
suffering from a severe case of infin Mr. Laraway. who ha« the largest sutne»l authority of the king of Bweilen Hood river and which suppliea elec
en«a and sinus trouble, is able to I m * Jewelry «tore in «outhwefltern Oregon, over Norway.
It 1« common opinhm in Hcxul River tricity to all part/of the city and Val
I« engaged in tin* construction of a
that the valley gained an agpet . when ley ; a local telephone company which
Mr. and Mrs. It. A. Collin« ami little new building in Eugene.
Dr. Tlirane came her»* from Minnesota serves the entire community; a well
son were down from their Dee Flat
12 year« ago. Buffering from disap stocked Carnegie lilirtiry; a modern
ranch home the flrst of the week vis Portland Sunday for a visit with Mr«. pointment at the physical disaster that and paid fire department with motor
iting friends and attending to bu«in»*Hs. Moore’« parent«. Mr. and Mrs. VV. J.- hail supiMisedly cut short his profes equipment; a large ice and cold stor
return they were
age plant: six excellent cliurctie«; a
St. Mark’s Guild and, Auxiliary will Furnish. On by the
their small daughter. sional career, be came with’ the pur- chamber of compience of-"2<x> members,
meet tomorrow afterrnmn with Mr«. accompanied
Virginia, who is home «|«*nding the
and a large and active woman'« club;
A. C. Lofts at her home at 810 Oak «pring
vacation. She is a student at After ««»me year« of farm life under all fraternal organization« three of
I St. Helen'« hall.
which own their own buildings, Hix
b»*en drawn back into practice as large
E. A. Baker, who has b»*en handling
Mr«. Chas. ik Castner wan in Metz a liad physician
garages take i-are of the need«
Association apple« in Portland th»* past ger yesterday att»*ndlng the annual
of the 2tMM) automobiles owned In the
winter, wa« here on bu«ineM the first meeting of the Wa«hington county fed
(xinld «till carry on. perform »ritical community and of the flock
of the week.
I oration of women’« »■lulm. Mrs. Cast-
tourists that continually
Jack Eccle«, of the Oregon Lumber n<*r. who is ex-president of the Oregon o|«’ratioiis. and that life still hel»t River.
Co. staff gt Dre. was a business vinitor federation, was one of the bhief sj«*ak- much for him in hi« profi^tsion led him
The business streets of the city are
. in Portland the latter part of last er«. She talked on: "Woman's Part a few years ago to »tell his ranch and paved with concrete and tho residence
o|«*n nn ofll»*e in Hood River. Blmt) street« with oil l«»und maendam. All
In the World Court.”
that tian* he has been just ns busy as sidewalk« are of-cement. The city
The interior of the High’»•«v Auto
M. G. Godwin, of Troutdale, was hi A phyical condition would permit.
Its own water system.
building is being l»eautlfl«*d. Th»* Walls here last week arranging for th»* auc
Dr. Tlirane entered the University owns
Hoijfi River's wonderful orchards aud pre-coollug machinery, to properly made Hood River a household word
have l«4*n retinted and the pluce re tion sal»* of <«o head of pure br»*d Jer of MinneHota uuslieiil «cliool wfan he
These reals will be loaned to ad
care for the floo.tsto ts»xes of fruit they
sey cows at the Benson farm,_Ju«t off wa« 10 years of age and graduated at nre located lit the valley aud uu tlip will hold at one time while awaiting throughout th« world. Hood River organisations aad individual« for pub
The Asbury Methodist ladies will tin* Ba«e Line highiviy?"" The sale, 19, the youngest physician ever turned «lo|)cs -of the ndjaimt foothills. Tlie «hipment. Ou the track« of the Mount 1« primarily a fruit country and al! lic showing.
kinds of de<-iduoua fruits attain per
On« reel 1« titled “An J
hold a Kensington at the .church' i>ar- which, it is anticipated, will attract it out l>y the university,. He-had to wait general appearance of this valley IliHMi railway In the city are also sev fection
Dye Works” and shows tha
. lor« , at 2.30 o’cliH-k thia afternoon. larg«* audience from here, will occur until ho was 21 befor they would give through which the mtnring H<«>d river eral storage warehouses, so that the
At the Chicago World’s fair In 18*8 way of manufacturing dyeatuffto at
plunges on Its way to the Columbia. 1«
All member« are urged to lie present. next Tuesday.
him lii« diploma.
that of a hlgh tfilile land
.. combined storage «pace will probably and again at the Panama-Pacific ex one ef the country's largest plants
Meantime he Ix'gan prn<’ti<*e at the back from the M
Born—To Mr. and Mrs, W. I. Kirby
Mr. nnd 'Mrs. J. J. Berend. of I«»«
position in Han Francisco in IMS, the
Columbia river until it
In connection wi(h the fruit Indus Hood River strawberry ""•-‘nmod the locaited at Deepwater, N. J.It giv«a
at their Odell home Friday. April Angel»*«, have arrived to spend the village of Hicks.... where no fault was gradually mergi ¡eí Info old Mount Hood
an idea of the enormous sins aad
18, a «on. Mr. and Mrs. Kiriiy now summer here. They were here last found with tlie fact that he didn't have itself, 11.225 fe«t In height.
first prise« at both equipment of a dye making works.
year nnd llke»l the valley so mit»1i ills “paper«." From there h»' went to
have four fine l«>ya.
Tlie valley terminates where Hood «tation at Hood River, in charge of places, It was the Hood River cher-
Another reel bears the title, “Dyna
ry that captured the grand prise for
When you have freight to move from that they decided to sp«*n»T the entire Re»l Wing. Having received his diplo rIVer is lost In the mighty Columbia, two expert horticulturists. •
The lumber industry ranks next to Oregon at the Han Francisco expoal- mite at Work” and depicts the various
here to Portland or vice veysa phone summer here this year. “They, are ma from the university he waa ready bitt 1« influenced ylimatically by Mount
»«»mmerclal and scientific naaa
3801 for the Portland-Hood River friends of Graff fnutili«*« on tlie East to liegiu a career. After «orae years Adnms. which rl«es to a height of 12,- tliat of fruit, the lumber shipments tlou.
Which explosives are
put la the devel-
from the county amounting to $700,000
of sucivsHfiil practice her»* he wa« 000 feet. 40 mile« to the north.
The marvelous Columbia River high opment of the country.
truck line. Dally service.
With Adam« itfactically at one end
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Young, of Van
_ scenes is
a slow _______
motion i pic-
gian Lutheran church built a hospital of this valley and Mount Hood nt the one at Dee on tho Mount H<«»d railway, communication between Portland and tereat Ing
couver, Wash., were here over the
ture of a great dynamite blast. There
and the other at Cascade Lock», the
for him and an n«so«-late. Dr. Giuere.
week end, visiting Mrs. Young’« «on. nia. ar»* agnin ba< kqgi tlieir West Side and where in 10 year« they built up other end. bot|li 4p<*ak« !>eliig covered extreme western edge of the county; Hood River, an automobile being able are also views of breaking lee jams,
ranch place. They ueclnred tliat they
with eternal snow, the air is cooled by
A. R. Kolatad, and family.
digging great ditches la controlling
life in tin* south thl« winter. one of tlie state's nptablc surgical ren night nnd tem|>cred throughout the also several smaller one« scattered surfaced pavement In two and one-half mosquitoes and clearing land for ag
Mr. and Mrs. Wirrick and Children, enj»»yed
arrived back in Oregon alsmt
day just the pro|>er degree for the pro-
accompanied by Mrs. M. R. SCather- They
"Those were the happy days,” says duotlon of iwrfect fruit, a p«*yfecf!on “Of the ffli.OOO acre« of tillable land, trucks have entered largely Into the ricultural purpose«.
days befor»* the rules 'requiring
A third reel that has been prepared
wood and daughter, Virginia, were two
23,000 are in cultivation and 37.000 as transportation of the products of Rood
1« titled "Dynamite In Quarry work.”
here from Dee last Saturday slipping. disinfection for tourists were applied. power nnd hard work enabled one to that is unobtainable except where yet in nn uucleared state. Many of River valley.
George Mellon and J.^Ic Stewnr^ live a life worth while. We acquired there are cool nights and warm sun jhqse uncleared land« have been logged
This gives an Interesting insight into
Mias Marie Berry, accompamed by
shiny days to give the ripening fruit
the way in which quarries are oper
MI m Ruth Terry and Rtanlef Bolby. | last w»*ek purchased from C. P. Hos the flrst automobile that came to the that delightful cri«i>n<*«a, radiant color, off'by the lumber Interests and a large
kins his Heights conf»*ctionety. Mr. town. It wa« a 'one-lunger' «teer.*d
portion lie in the t>i*per Valley. Good
Waa here recently the guest ;of her .Mellon,
who has l»een with tlie Hood by means of a handle. It wns Dr.
fourth reel Is titled “The Pee
uncles r<*d land may lie had from $50
parent«, Mr. and Mr«. A. H. Birry----- 1 River Drug
To show how the rich resource« of ing The
The climate of Hood River as to $125 an acre, depending on the
Co., lias r»*signe»l his plnre Giuere'« dearest trea«ure, but after
of the Oldest Powder mills in
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Rude, of Glad to enter tlie new bu«iness.
of the land and the growth der modern methods and bow science America.” This picture Is an Interest
stone. motored here Rnnday to visit young men are popular nnd energetic, sundry wheezing failure« to reach tlie IMtrtment'of agriculture'lit a soil sur character
has solved many of mankind’s moat ing visualization of the old powder
Glenn B. Hunt. Mr. Ru»l<* and Mr. and their friends predict for them a patient Whom 1 wne en route to serve I vey of the valley, reads as follows:
Orchards' in ties ring nre valued by difficult problema, a serie« of moving works of the dn Pont organisation
iibniiil'iiied it« use and returned to the "Tl-» everage rainfall for 10 years
Hunt were in the service together.
their owners at from $750 an acre to picture films has ls*en prepared and built near Wilmington, Del«., In 1802.
team and Iniggy. One day n doctor
F. L. Kent, federal crop statistician,
Mrs. F. Wi«*»l«*n and daughter. Hazei. frieu»! from a neighboring town came isist is 32 Indie«, half falling in winter, $1(MN). Ppon the mountain sides, and is being distributed by E. I. du Pont
of Portland, was through here last went to Portland Easter Rnnday.' Mrs. to me,- ntate»l that he had decided to one-nlxth in spring, nn Inch or two in along tho stream« will l»e found thou
Washing or ironing. Call at 1810 A
Baturday, s»*»*uring data on tlie dam Wleden attended the 24th anniversary buy an auto nnd naked me in strh-t summer, and nine inch«*« in the fall. sand« of accessible and picturesque de Nemours A Co., according to T. E.
Street or phone 1464.
Winter temperatures are not severe, building «ites, which are now faring Doremus, Northwest manager.
age caused the fruit crop by frost.
of Auxiliary to Order of Railway Con confidence what car I would advise nnd
though -tlie nightly temperature much sought after by those who are
Mrs. Trafford E. Smith, who ha« ductor«. of which she is a charter him to buy. I told film then* wa« Just
January mid February is usual desirous of «nininer homes amidst the
been spending several we»*ks in Ta- member. Tlie meeting wns held April. one and only one enr I would rerem-. »luring
ly from 22 to 32 degrees, it seldom
coma. Wash., visiting friends and rel- 22 In Woodman temple. A banquet mend he should buy and (hat one was fnlls below zero, that condition having many aud varied attractions that Hood
River has to offer.
wns served and n large chins initiated. mine.' »»
—• ativea, returned, home yesterday.
happened but three times in 18 years.
The principle products are apple«.
Had the friend tnken hi« advice' Tlie summer is marked by relatively
Rev. P. Hilgendorf was in Corvallis The drill tenm from Roseburg wns nn
Thrane'« «ul»sequent story would have cool days and nights. The thermome pears, «trawfarrles and cherries, the
last week attending the Oregon dis- entertaining feature.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Asa B. Cutler motored ls*en different. Some time afterward ter may rise to 90. possibly higher, but extreme high quality of which has
trict conference of the English Ln-
up from Portland Saturday to visit he again attempted a trip in the one- such extrem»* persist for about thre<-
Rev. H. V. Rominger. pioneer or- friends. Wliile here Mr. Cutler lo»»ke»l lunger nnd W’as stall»*»l in a «mall day« only, and arc emroeded by perl-
chardist of the Underwood district. after business conn«M't»*d with their mudhole. Being strong arul young lie oda of cooler wen flier, when the inax-
was here Tn»*«day discussing with Odell ranch. li»* state»! that their undert<M»k to lift the rear end of the imum will rea<’h HI.
Mount Hood prewnts all the rugged-
various folk the economi»*« of orcliar»!- grader business Is reaching Interna- car. Ilin back gave way. an agonizing
tional proportions. Eastern fruit men I»nin shot from his spine to his feet - ness. glacier«, crevasses tand wonders
Int* . t
displaying an interest in the Cutler and he wns crippled for tlie remainder of nn American Switzerland, and 1«
Robert E. Frazier, manager of the are
machines. Cutler Bro«, originated np- of Ilia life.
considered the (host accessible of all
new Portland-Hood River truck line. ple grading machines, having manu-
He in 50 years old. nn inveterate
which handles freight dally between fn<*tnre<l them for a few years on their worker mid lias outlived many strong American «now-cla<l p»*aks.
A permanent camp lias been estal»-
here and the metropolis, waa a bimi- orchard piare.
men who regarde»l him it« out of the llslii'd at the snow line and the ascent
neas viaitor in town yesterday.
Is made a bl|f annual feature of the
The <|iiartet bf the Aslmry Methodist
Mr. and Mto. J. B. Anderson nnd chnrch motored to Portland Bunday, having much value to younger men Ts'gion’s activities
Cloud Cap Inn.
faur children, who are now maklm singing Bunday morning at th»* Uni who lielieve they are down ami out, standing at the snow line, is a two
their home in Portland, spent the week versity Pnrk chnreh. where Rev. Ga- but whose bnndieaps are nothing rem hours’ ride by auto from the hotels in
with Mr«. Anderson’s parent«. Mr. and briel Rykes is now pastor. Th<* mem- imruble to ills. He has a wife. one Hood River, and th»1 snmnilt of the
the mountain Is only four miles from the
bers of the qunrtet. L. A. B»*nnett. «on and take*« an active interest in
A. Krieg was bns.v Monday remod Mark E. Moe. Earl M. Spaulding and civic and »’Ultural life of the town.
Inn. It is the starting polut for moun-
taln el imitera who a scend-Abe moun
eling the front of the Kr»w drug Wilson.
...... ..... Tlie party made tlie trip to X
tain from the north. Til!« ascent is GOLDEN BANTAM CORN
«tore. It will be equippe»! with a new The quartet was areompanh*d by Mrs.
Army Band Men Wanted
made annually by hundreds; almost
ventilator and otherwise made more Wilson . The party nuide the trip to
There are several vacancies
every day through tlie seaa»m several
Portland with Mr. Bennett, who b< in good
musicians (most all Instruments) l>ariles are taken to the summit by
8. J. Moore ha« l>ren displaying on Portland to attend the Pacific North- in the
Army bands at Ft. Worden. experienced guld<-s. The climb la easy.
hla desk at the First National bank w»*st «ohe convention of tlie J. C. Pen- Wash., Ft.
D. A. Russell, Wye., and although in plat«*« the cllmltera are is a real delicacy and tastes
the pa«t week some beautiful tulii»«. ney Co.
the Hawaiian Islands.
roped together to prevent mishap.
Mr. Moore'« springtime hobby is rais
The Hood River tra»4t team, sucresa-
Men In Army latntls. in tilde of
In the city of H»»od River, the Monnt exactly like fresh corn. In
ful in Saturday’« meet, was »«»rnposed peace, have no military. duties to per Hood hotel and Oregon hotel can each
Dr: M. Thrane, who has been ill for of tlie following men :
form other than playing their respec accommodate n hundred guests and large tins containing four to
the past several wrek«, 1« again able Jos«»* Hatlihorn. McCarty. Roger and tive instrumental unless 4hey should both serve excellent meals. There are
to be at hl« office. Dr. Thrane was Bartley Woodyant Epping. Wach. Mc- choose a mounted band, in which case also several excellent »-afea.
five large perfect ears.
out for the Lunch club meeting at the Kitrick. Kent. Mendenhall and Huknri. the care of a horse follows.
The Columbia Gorge botti, the finest
Epping was high point man. making
Columbia Gorge hotel Tuesday.
Most of the playing done by Army tourist hotel in Ow*gon. I« located just
»>n - flrst place In the bands is for practic ■in other words. west ôf the city, on the Columbia River
You’ll like it for some spe-
Mrs F. W. Rockhold has arrived 17 - points.
from Oakland. Calif., and will spend running broail Jump, standing broaii the Army bandsman is in a good mu highway.
Tills ha« recently been
the «ummer on the Upper Valley ranch Jump, and hurdles, and tied for se»*ond sical school under the leadership fif built by, Himon Benson,' “Tlie Father cial occasion because it is
place. Mr. Rockhold, who is teaching place in th»* high Jump. 1. Hatlihorn an efficient band leader—he is getting of the Columbia River highway,' At
hi Ran Francisco, will return here In wa« next to Epping with lfl’4 [«ilnts. a good musical education and at tl
a cost Of $3fi0.(M10 for the first unit, different
He won first in the 229 yard dash ami same time he is getting pajd for it— and embodies every convenience ami
Mr. and Mrs. R. R Bartlett and the disens. «wild in the 4»«> yard Instead of having to pay exorbitant comfort known to the inoclern hostelry.
tle»l for se»*ond plats* in the pole rates for same.
At the entrnmx* to (he Oregon nation
daughter, Phllena, formerly residents dash.
vault, and was a member of the relay
In the Army bands there are many al forest, lower down on the slope of
of Hood River, were here
week end visiting friend«, Mr. Bart- tenm. B. Woodyard won the 50 yard grades and ratings -open which nfford Mount Hood. Is kw-ated Mt. Hood lodge.
lett, who is quite a golf enthusiast, dnnh and In other events made a total rate« of pay ranging from 821 to open the year around. The country
played several games on the local links. of 9% points. All the Hood River men $157.50 per month and all necessary surrounding affords unlimited oppor
made nn excellent showing.
expenses which are estimated fi rota tunity for mountaineering, tramping.
W. F. Dallam, who distributes Caro
Good Thingy Jo Eat
»45 to »00 per month or more. Army camping, horsefack riding and explor
fruit, wrap to growers of the
Mountain Hostelrie« Attract
are frequently calici! upon to ing the many famous glaciers of the
coast, was here the latter part of last
Although the hostelry is open a play for county fairs. I’eadleton mountain, tolsigvanlng and skiing.
week, calling on dealers and asrer
B«’ing n fruit country, the principle
earlier than usual, due to the Round-Dps nnd for other occasiona in
tajnlng the ne«*da of this district
early spring and the excellent condi various localities: for thia they re- Industry, therefore. I« the raising and
the coming year.
of the Mount Hood Loop high cviv«. in addition to their regular pay. shipping of fruit. Along the tracks of
, Mrs. Tel W. Blount, who recently tion
(HI O.-W. R A N. Co. In the city of
A. Rogers, who operates special reniiinerstion
returned from California where she Mount Homer
Lodge, says that the
had been in a hospital recovering fifom mass of Hood
parked automobile« last Run
an operation, is ill at the Cottage hos
Pont Office, Portland, Oregon.
ies high, with Ice-making, cold storage
pital. It wm hoped, after she had day and the Sunday before was a
Friday and Saturday Only. May243
Ooms in Friday or Saturday
choose from a nice assortment of the
Newest Style Models and the most at
tractive and newest color effects in Silk
Drostes for less than cost of material.
OF DR. M. THRAN
These Beautiful Silk Dresses
Will Be On Sale Friday & Saturday Only
Choice of Likeable Linen Dresses
Afternoon Wash Frocks, Zephyr. Linen. Chambray, $3.50
Pleated Sport Skirts of Worsted Crep
All Wool Sleeveless Sport Sweaters, New Colors, $2.29
White Kid, Airedale and Grey Suede
ON THE COB
The Star Grocery
PERICO & SON