The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933, June 26, 1924, Image 9

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HOOD RIVER GLACIER, THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1924
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At
Camp Lewis they were joined by Har­
old Dixon.
Jean Anne, are here visiting I panled by Mtaa Dorothy Band.
I daughter.
her busband’a parents, Mr. and Mrs.
H. J. Frederick.
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Mr. and Mrs. Jamoe Welch and eon
Dr. O. L. Tufts, who owns a Barrett
and Mr. and Mrs. 8. L. Jonoa, of Port­ ranch place, while en routs to Band
land. wore here Sunday riaitlng Mr. on official business, stopped here Tues­
and Mri. G. A. Mold««.
day on buaineaa. Dr. Tufts ta field
Mrs. Ed. HUnt, of Heppsser, camel secretary of Willamette University. ,
the weA' to
down last week to be with her «later.
The down town streets ef the city
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< heater Johnson Is spending a vaca" Mra. Malcolm Church, during the fatal blossomed out Tuesday morning with i
illness of Mr. Church.
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H<>u thia week ou Lo< lake
new painted lines to designate park­
If vou do not receive your Oregonian ing «paces. At Oak street Intersections
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A.’. Par*““1»* was a buaineaa vtait-
regoiarly or with to subscribe for aame, spaces have also been patatad to pre­
Friday-Saturday, June 27-28 or in 1 ortlaud last week.
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H.i* >W‘ >K‘‘Uy ?‘,urne<l ***t week from either by carrier or mail, please cell I vent jay walking.
*•« '•caches, where lle had joined hia Oregonian agent. Phone 2908. f 21 tf
J. C. Porter, en route from San
We pay cash for your old furniture er I Diego to hta old homo la Ohio, arrived
'“"'l“* «ntl brother, of Oregon City.
make
a
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iberal
allowance
on
new
good«.
Mrs. 11. J. Frederick an<l Mtaa Ines
the first of the week for a short visit
Oall Hack«
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Fur- here. Mr. Porter will visit the com­
spent lust week In Portland. They ------------- left 8411, Kelly Bspa. Co.
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niturs
Exchange.
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munity where bo and hia tale wife
motored down over the highway.
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Cleaning and presting your clothes were reared.
.Highest cash price paid, lor your used
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Prof. E. Tfngleatad, who will be
urniture stovesand rug«. Gau McClain aide wonderfully to their wear. Tel.
»1 Ba. A. Franz Co.
^*30ft 1014 for Meyer A King. Quick delivery principal of the high school at Oregon
service.
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City the coming year, left Monday for
VV e have a 'Special Sale tor 10 days on
all
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‘Or 10 nay» The
on
Mr. and Mrs. A. Burleigh Cash, of the Unirerolty of Oregon, 'where he|
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’Prins
plant«
and vegetable«.
Beattie, air
are spruuiiig
spending a ¡xirtlon of will spend six weeks at summer school.
oeigniB
iow
Height« ureeniiouae
Greenhouse.
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their summer
vacation
at the
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trunks, Bags, Suitcases. Large as­ Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Cash on Taylor 8t. Hta /amity win Wmfiln Uefflfc“----- -
Oral Palmateer, of Salem, drove up
sortment, reasonably priced.
Kelly
Born—To Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wednesday evening of last week for
Bro*' C“-
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Wood,
the Hooa
Hood Hiver
River maternity Mra. italmateer and small eon. Bobby,
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niMMi, at me
.... m r t,i'o,“b w“s up from Ports,-hospital, Sunday, June 22, a 6%-pound who had l>een here visiting her per-
also
land over the week end with hii
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daughter.
I ent8, Mr. and Mra. A. D. Moe and
family.
Mrs. J. R. Nlckelaen and sone, Ted other relatives and friends.
JiKlge Wilson will be here from The and Ned, left Wednesday for their
Telephone Girl, No. 8
Mbw Georgiana and Ketaay Slocom
I alh-s today for an equity session of cottage at Cannon Beach, where they ■ have
i><eu in Portland visiting Mtaa
circuit court.
will spend a vacation.
Helen Hinrichs, who was a graduate
Mrs. Virginia Lawajct-Jind little
Mr«. Eudora Hilton and family will last week at Lincoln high school Mtaa
daughter. Charlotte, of Portland, are leave this week for Cheney, Wash., Hinrichs ia the daughter of Mr. and
guests of Mr. ami Mrs. C, II. Castner. where Mts. Hilton will attend the sum­ Mra. Ernest Hinrichs.
Miss Grace Earle, of Attica, Ind., mer Hcesion of uprmal school.
Fred Howe, who has been indl>q>oaed
has arrived hero for a visit with her
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Smoky and 8melly Oil Stove« Cured by for the paat several weeks. Buffering
aunt, Mrs 8. E ltartmims, and family. tiling Eocene OH. Try thi« high grade from a broken arm, a Ford having
and
< ol. am] Mrs. W. 8. Dowd and fam­ coal oil next time and see the difference. iMckfirod, the crank kicking him. ta
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ily motored down from their I’pper Any quantity, gallon to barral, at E. A^. Mkain on the job at hta Sixth street
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Fran« Co.
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shop.
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NEWS- TOPICS - FABLES
Chicken or «almon dinner«, special
Kent Sh«><maker has been indisposed
Rev. Father Joe Smith was called
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st home this week, taking care of a luncheon«. The Rapids, Cascade Locks. to Eugene the tatter part of last week
Breakfasts,
too,
are
our
specialty.
Try
because of the fatal Ulneoe of nix aged I
IMtlnfiil case of tonsil it is.
Friday Matinee, 10c and 35c Mias Ray is making a specialty of re­ ua ths next time you get up esrly ana mother. Funeral aervices for the tat-1
start
out
for
Portland.
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ter were conducted at Eugene Hatur-1
modeling old hats timing June, July
Regular Prices, 10c and 50c and August.
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Mrs. Harold Hershner was honored day.
We have lust received a shipment oi I
We have a Special Sale for lOJaya on with election to the executive commit­
all spring plants and vegetables. The tee of the Women's Auxiliary to the the old reliable Eastern White Oak sole I
American Legion in Portland last leather. For those- who prater leather I
Heights Greenhouse.
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on the bottoms of their shoes, there is I
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For Sale— White cotton sugar bags, week.
Ijewis A. McArthur, general man­ nothing better. We’ll put soles on your I
Sunday, Monday & Tuesday 75 cents per doien, Hood River Can­ ager
of the Pacific Power A Light Co., rhoes while you wait. T. C. 8mith*»|
nery. Tel.
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en route to Portland from Bend, was Champion Shoe Shop.
Eyes scientifically examined by H. L. here Friday calling at the local office
Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Meacham have!
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Hasbro tick, Optometrist Heilbronner and visiting frhvds.
June 29, 30 and July 1
left for Mora, a quaint Island spot off I
Rldg.
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O. F. Williams and family, of Klam­ the Lake Crescent shore in the Puget I
i'ansy plant«, 20c -pee ,losen, balance ath Falls, passed through the city last Hound country, where they will npeud I
of aeason. Mrs. T, W. Berry, tel. 5428. Friday en route to the Dee district for I their wedding anniversary. They have!
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a visit with the family of John L. I visited Mora for their annivertiariee|
Mrs. J. 11. Woodcock and daughter, Wood.
I for the past several years.
Miss Irene, who have been visiting rel­
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J. I*. Nannies last Sunday met John I
Mr. and Mrs. 8. Benson motored up
presents
atives at Maupin, have returned home. from Portland to spend the week end I Oliver, of the Paxton Rivera Co., fruit I
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Miss l«>ttle Kinnaird has lieen here at the Columbia Gorge hotel. They buyers. In Spokane. Mr. Naume«. mid-1
this week visiting friends and reia-' motored over the Loop highway while < Columbia manager for the concern. I
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and Mr. Oliver are spending this week I
here.
Rev. Troy Shelley took an active touring Idaho and eastern Oregon I
John DrMcoll, of The Dalles, was in
the city the latter ¡«art of last week on part. In the Oregon Pioneer reunion fruit sections.
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in Portland last week. Me pronounced
Mr. and Mra. Chas. W. Gunn have I
business.------
the invocation at the formal meeting I returned from a honeymoon trip to I
New line of guaranteed chiffon «ilk
Vancouver and Victoria. B. O. They I
hosiery, all sha<le', just received, $1 50 of the pioneers. *
Mr. /nd Mrs. B. T. Newell, of Klam-1 also visited Rainier National Park. I
per pair. Mrs. Leia Eastman.
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ath Falla, arrived yffliferday for a visit I Mr .And Mra. Gann have taken apart-1
Eocene Coal Oil stops smoking-and
-me liug oil stoves. In bulk at Franx with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Young. Mr. I went a at the home of Mr. and Mra. I
Co.
m29tf ’ -Newell is superintendent of schools at I R. N. Young.
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the Klamath Indian agency.
Bryan Abraham, who formerly at-1
If Cameron could not have filed your
■Misses. Joan and Louise Norton, who I ti-ndi-d th«- local high Hchool. hax la-en I
electric system I would have told vou
have been atttending school tn Mlnne-1 here this week visiting the family of I
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spoils, are expected to arrive next I his brother. Dr. V. It Abraham. Mr. I
Hood River Box Co., box manufac­ week to spend the summer with their Abraham will leave the later part of I
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turing, Hood River, Oregon. Phone father, J. K. Norton, and Mrs. Norton. I
the week for San Francisco, where he I
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L.
McKittrick,
agent
of
the
Mt.
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will
be
with
the
Pacific
Telephone
Co.
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Also
Stewart Turnbun. who lias lieen at­ Hood R. R. Co., and family have been
Two eastbound trains of the O.-W.l
tending school in Salem, baa arrived on a Motor
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I R. A N. Co. changed time Sunday. The I
tour to Coquille,
where
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home for the summer vacation.
McKittrick'«-.
parutta. Mr. and Spokane train, No. 12. now arrives at I
Mrs. L
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A. E. Woolpert and family hâve left Mrs. J. H. Harper, rceide,
Hood River
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on a motor'vacation trip through the
Mr. and Mrs. John Driscoll, of The 10.06 p. m.
S|H,kane country and Idaho.
Dalles, nccompanisA by Mrs. DrlacoU's arrives here
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M. L. Howard was np the latter Hlster, Mrs. O'Conner, and- Mr. O'GS- 0.45.
part of last week from Portland look­ nor, of Helena, Mont wese here last
Bnck Kelly, while at the coast re­
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ing after property in tercets.
and
week on lmslneHH and visiting friends. cently, tried an experiment that proved
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The Pythian Sisters will hold a
Mrs. Hoy Ü. Veach, of Great Falla, successful. He ta now wearing a bud­ where you wish, but you'll need
memorial service tonight at K. of P. Mont., and aon, Jaek; have arrived ding mustache. Rome of his friends
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Stan Laurel in
pleasure on Independence Day.
hall.
here to spend the summer visiting her are 'watching progresa of the whiskers. “Good Things to Eat“ and we
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. Old cream separators of any make father, J. H. Gerdes, and Mr. Veach’s They deelare that they, too. will grow want to supply that because we
Not
a
dull
moiMnt.
Coma
bring
your lunch basket,
some if Mr. Kelly's proves attractive.
taken in trade on a DeLaval, for a lim­ mother, Mrs. 8. A. Veach.
can supply it best .
ited time only. Bennett Brothers, Hood
well filled if you wish. Delicious foods, however, may ba
Thomas 8. Clarke, son of Mr. and
J. F. Thompson, of Parkdale, wan
River.
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a visitor in the city Monday. Mr. Mrs. C. N. Clarke, yesterday received
purchased on the grounds.
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For Rent-Cottage at Beach Center, Thompson says the apple crop of the word from Representative N. J. Sin­
Lone Beach, Wash. ; fine loextion For Tpper Valley never looked finer than nott of ills appointment to Annapolis
The following are some of the day's fun features^
further information inquire from R. W. on this season.
Military Academy. Young Mr. Clarke,
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Prize Swimming Contests for ladies, gentlemen and children
Kelly. Tel. 8411.
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Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Boley, who have who will be a senior in the high school Hckles—OH vm — Oranges—R mmmim
Prices, 10c and 50c
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Searches of records and reliable ab been residing at Vancouver, B. C., have next year, will leave for Annapolis Wax Paper—Paper Plates Spoons
under 14. Fancy and Stunt Diving by the ladies. A Bathing
streets made by Oregon Abstract Com arrived here for a visit with friends. immediately on graduation here.
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Girl/ ,Popularity Contest will be held. Mosier, White Salmon,
Forks—Napkins - Towels- Cups
pany. A. W. Ontliank, Manager, 906 They will move to Portland to make
Joe
Itolston
reports
that
someone
Bargain Matinee Tuesday, 10c & 35 Oak Street. Phone 1521.
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entered his garage Iasi week and stole
their home.
Underwood and Hood River Valley districts are invited to
Crab—Lobster—Shrimp Salmon
Tel. 1014 and have Meyer A King cal)
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Manley and the last drop of gasolin«« from hia au­
Wood
Dishes
Salad
Dressings
present
their favorite daughters. [ n<iT o
“I have forglvrti
rTW vrl
riyT
for your suit.
It «ill be cleaned and little son. Teddy, of Hacramento, Cal., tomobile tank.
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preened and returned ready for immedi­ are visiting at the home of Mr. and whomsoever it was," said Mr. Dobson,
Potato Chips
Horseshoe
Throwing
Tournament
—
Jousting
Bouts,
the
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Mrs. H. J. Frederick. Mrs. Manley "and have offered up a prayer for him.
Porto Budweiser- Blue Ribbon
Wed. and Thura, July 2*3 ate, wear.
but
the
good
Lord
help
him
if
he
does
contestants
riding
canoee.
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a
neice
of
Mr.
Frederick.
Allen W. McLane, of Portland, is
Grape Juice —Lime Juice Lemons
here Hiwnding hi« Rummer vacation
L. E. Morse, accompanied by his It again and I catch him.”
Climb Use Greased Pole, out over the water and win
Charles Case, of Hood River, plans
with his aunt. Mr«. Susie I. Lynn, and son. Ellis, and family, and slater. Mrs.
Cookies —Cracken Candies
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Nellie D. Rainea, arrived the first of to go to Hill summer camp at Long
family.
money.
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Peanut Butter Canned Meats
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Allyn Button has gone to Portland the week from Hpray for a visit wltli Beach. Wash., for the season. The
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lioys
will
enjoy
Ashing,
bathing,
swim
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Cheese Pork and Beans
to join the ataff of the Shell Oil Co. relatives and friends.
Bring the kiddies and lot them about firecracker« to tbeir
Mr». Button will join hipi in Portland
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Cramer have ming, games on the beach, woodland
Sardines Herring
hearts' content. We'll have them for aale on the grounds.
left for a motor vacation in British outings, visits to light house« and to
soon.
many
points
of
interest
around
the
Mrs. Milo 8. Frederick and little Colnmbis points. They were sccom- peninsula on which the beach resort
BASEBALL GAME — White Salmon and Hood River
TELL US TOUR WANTS
la situated.
—-and for those who wish, three boxing bouts, of 4, 8 and 10
rreparatlons have been made for a
rounds, will be arranged on a ring on the grounds.
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pleasant dancing party at the Colum­
bia Gorge hotel tonight under anspices
Funay Clowns will mingle with the crowd all day.
Of the Hood River Golf and Country I
and
club. A large number of The Dalles I
BIG FREE EXTRA EVENT — THE BATTLE ROYAL
Country clnb is expected here. The]
committee in charge of the party in­
Five Nubian battlefta. all fighting at once.
clude« :
Mias Ellen McCurdy, Miss I
Beginning July 1st, we will put our business on a
Jean Rkene, Mias Kllxabeth Kelly, Mra. I
Throughout the day the K. P. Band, a 26 -piece aggre­
Edgar Frans and Mra. Allyn Button. I
short time credit basis. Credit will positively be ex­
gation and one of the best known bands of Oregon, will
The Women's Union of Riverside
tended for only 30 days. We will deliver.
dispense sweet music.
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chnrch, will hold a meeting at the I
church parlor Friday afternoon, when I
a luncheon will be held. Mra. 8. W. I
But by this system of getting our money every 30
Neal, of Portland, missionary to Af-I
days, we will be able to sell our goods for less than
rica, will be the speaker. A rare treat I
la in store for those Who attend. Mrs. I Wash., arrived in the city.
They
you can buy elsewhere.
Nrtii ta an Interesting speaker. Reser-1 joined the picnic party. Mr. Harmon
rations may be made nntil ’ftiursdayl was. a childhood schoolmate of Mr.
evening with Mm. C. H. Vaughan, tel-1 and Mrs. Moe. When boys, he and
We believe our patrons will see the justification
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ephone 1401.
I Mr. Moe sang in the choir of the old
for this system which will be to their owl» gnd my
Throngh the philanthropy of the I home-town church.
Will secure for you an attractive home in the country, one mile
Warren Truck line, the huge quantity
benefit. These are some of our regular prices based
Royal Eccles, president of the Ore­
from the city limits on the Belmont road.
of old garments assembled for the I gon Lumber On., and W. A. Whitney,
There Is a comfortable, wvll-huUt six room, dwelling, and barn in
Near East Relief was ahlpped-to Port­ general manager of the lumber con­
on our new system.
autlful gr<
a beautiful
grove of pines, surrounded by five acres of splendid orchard
land without cost, according to an­ cern, were here last week on a tour
of appio«
»nd cherries in excellent condition.
apples and
nouncement of Rev. Deleplne. manager of inspection of the property at Dee.
There is
Is a ffne well of unusually good water, and six lhehee of
of the campaign. The two banks took Air. Whitney is vice president of the
Saturday-Sunday, June 28-29
Water for Irrigation, -
care of other expenses connected with Mt. Hood and Rump ter Valley rail
It la just the place for anyone who desires to live in the country
the campaign.
I line«. The two men. who were accom­
and do business in the. city. It can be had for what you would pay for
H. F. Metcalf, of Klirfltat county, panied by E W. Showers, general aud­
a city house and lot Without the burden of high city texes, with the
Wash., and fatally, spent the week end itor of the concerns, also inspected the
advantage ¿f frosh air and the freedom of the country, and sufficient
here with relatives and friends. Mr. I property of the Mt. Hood road while
income from the place to pay for itself.
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Metcalf called at the Tairaway jew­ here.
1000 cash will handle thia and the balance paid in small monthly
elry store. He recalled that Dr. lair-
payments extend<>d over a term of years to suit the convenience of the
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away fitted him with Xlasses 90 years I Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Moe, accompan­
purchaser. The price la $5.500, with Interest st six per cent.
ied by their gaests, Mr. and Mrs. F. H.
ago when he resided
.‘2 * here, . Over the Millard, of Pomona, Calif., left Satur­
week end Dr. faraway
faraway fftted four
day for Walla Walla, where Mr. and
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other member« of the family with Mrs Millard visited Dr. Frank Halgh,
UALTOS
glasses.
of «the -department of chemistry at
fythtan block
. Alma D. Kats, Oregon manager for Whitemn college, who Is a eon of their
the Mutual Life Insurance Co.. Satur­ old friends, Mr. and Mrs. W. 8. Halgh,
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day evening entertained bls office staff of Ripon, Wia. Mr. and Mrs. Moe
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and members of their families at the proceeded to' Dayton, Wash., for a
Columbia Gorge hotel. Mr. and Mrs. visit with Mr. Moe's brother, H. G.
J. H l Young joined the pleasant party. Moe, and Mrs. Moe.
Mr. Kats remained over HU Monday
h**«»»*»a* «*«0000op fstst«««
Capt and Mrs. C. C. Beeley motored
and hs and Mf. Yonng. who la man­
ager of the eastern Oregon dlstrtrt. down from Hhanlko over the week
Episode No. 8, entitled
visited Wasco. Moro and The Dalles. end to meet Mrs Seeley'» father, B. F.
Stone and slater, Mrs. W. 8. Klngey,
Burglars, entering
j the building
A reunion of Wiaeonsih folk was Jr., of Astoria. The party enjoyed a
do
Friday night
held last Thursday on the shore« of reunion at the Columbia Gorge bote). through a jimmied) door,
Lost lake. Mr. and Mrs A. D. Moe. Capt. Hiwley is in charge of construct­ blew the fa of thr general store of
— Watch our quotations each wed—
who were reared tn that state, are ing a link of The lialles-Calttornla r . J-, r Molasse at Parkdale, securing
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n cash. They also took shout
entertaining old Wisconsin friends. highway. Both he and Mrs. 8eeley 9121*1»
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225 pounds of hams and bacon and
Mr. «nd Mrs. F. R. Millar«, who now
express the hope that they will aoon two casea of eggaN
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reside in Pomona. Calif. Just as the be able to retnro to Hood Klvse to
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party waa ready to leave by antomn 1 make their home. > n
The theft waa not d I «covered until
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bile for the highland forests^Mr. and,
the fttore was opened Saturday. The
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Mrs. C. A. Harmon and daugfor,
Rubber stamps for apple boxes at the aitro-glycerlne blast waa muffled by
Catherine, who now reside at We Hal«, Glacier offlos.
1' bags of feed piled ever the safe.
At The Theatres
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We are asked every day if our
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MEN’S AND WOMEN’S
ARCH PRESERVER SHOES
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are included in our price
reductions in this sale
“Bees Knees”
A, k
THEY ARE
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Geo. Fitzmaurice
'The Eternal
City”
Celebrate the Fourth
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K. P. BAND
Actually taken in Rome
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Spotlights
Celebrate the 4th
“Smithy”
KOBERG’S BEACH
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Picnic Goods
^Dorothy Dalton
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“The Moral Sinner
NEW SALES PLAN
The Star Grocery
“Ham” Hamilton
PERICO & SON
in
‘The Educator
Hia greatest comedy
FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS
6Z»e LIBERTY
Estelle Taylor-Rod La Rocqoe
Phantom Justice”
Minnesota Crosby Coin...doz....<1.65
Good St’d No 2 Pineapple 19c; doz $2.20
Royal Baking Powder, lb. can............... 46c
Old Dutch Cleanser, 3 for.
Carton, 10 bars, Fels Naphtha Soap.....
Small White Beans, 3 lbs. for...............
Head Rice, 3 lbs. for..............
New Crop Brazil Nuts, 3 lbs. for.............
Corn Flakes, 3 for.... ............... ................
Thompson’s Seedless Raisins, 8 lbs......
Dried Apricots, 2 lbs. for
1 pound D. W. Baking Powder.... ......
D. V7. Jello Powder........................... «...
C. N. RAVLIN
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AT McISÁACS STORE
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