The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933, July 31, 1924, Image 1

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    HOOD RIVER, OÌ
LONG-SHOT GAMBLER
T hursday ,
Eastman Cameras
A long-shot gambler takes a Chance with
the odds heavily against him.
*• Why take a chance by leaving valuables
lying around.
A safe deposit box buys security too cheap­
ly to ¿amble against fire, theft, or mlsplace-
ment.
No. 2 Cartridge Hawk-Eye
HOOD RIVER, OREGON
To increase the popularity of picture making in
the community, we will furnish you for $8.50
Six rolls of film
One year’s subscription to Kodakery
A complete manual of instructions
Finishing your first roll of film
And give you the Camera
Can't Come In
Unless You
joly si , 1924
Fountain Service — Cool and Refreshing.
HOOD RIVEft APPLES AH PI
TIllabHMik ch<*ese la known aa "far
and as widely through th. United
State« an Hood River apple«. Most
of the people of the Hood River val­
ley know the name Tillamook, and
they pMnounee It when they vialt the
grocer or give a telephone call for
cheese. Indeed, the fame of the prac­
tical cooperation effected liy th« dairy­
men of the fertile Tillamook region
haa apread here in thia apple section,
where cooperation among fruit grow­
er« haa been advanced further than
any other large a|>ple producing sec-
tion.‘ Hood River, in fact, ha« put
into effect in a limited wav coopera­
tion for bringing into l>eing a Bucveaa-
ful creamery plant,. A“<1 pursuit of
the big ext tuple net by Tillamook han
hel|»ed to make thia section prosper
oua during a season of apple market­
ing depression. Cream cheeks for
Hood River cow owners are regular,
aud they are wehaime. __ t-
Hood River apple grower« can In
a measure <>oinprehend the Tillamook
country when it la cited that cows
are aa thick a« apple tree« here. It
ia a land of green pastures. luscious
grass. fat. aleck contented cows and
bulla. Mile on mile, in every direc­
tion. the vialt Ing motorist pukmm be­
tween Hekla where cowa. their udders
in the late afternoon huge with ntored
up richness of milk, graxe. It ia a
land of mode«t farm homra and huge
barns.
Clxa-ae factories dot the
landscape like community packing
houses here. The Tillamook country
haa 25 cheeae factories, manufactur­
ing for the wide world a quality of
cheese that heads the liat in America.
Thia vanguard of dairying coun­
tries didn't just happen. It has re­
united from the concerted effort of
the 734 dairies of the region, which
market their product throutfi factor­
lee of the Tillamook County Cream­
ery Association, to tors out a milk
of uniform quality.
There Sr« 1«
other dairies in the district, supply
No apple district of the Northwest
will approach doser to the tonnage
of boxed apples of last year than
Hood IUver. Indeed, numerous prom­
inent shippers and growers in their
forecasts of the crop predict that the
tonnage will reach that of last year
and aay that gn approximate 3.000
car« will rou from the Ilood River
valley this season. Others say that
CATE GORGE LIGHTS
BUTLER BANKING COMPANY
Attention
Calling
to Our Fall Line which
is Now On Display
No matter whether you want to pay as little as
EMRY LUMBER & FUEL CO
J. G. VOGT
APLETS
“Everything To Build Anything”
SWIMMING
The Confection of the Fairies"
ESPECIALLY WHOLESOME
Picnic Amongst the Cottonwoods
HOOD RIVER DRUG CO
LET THE CHILDREN HAVE FUN
SQUIBB QUALITY
ON THE BEACH
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he federal court in Port-
It la anticipated that a dance to ho
> now at London attend- given next Wednesday evening at the
mat Iona I meeting
of at- Pythian temple for the Knights of
who will give a
recital Pythias band will draw the largest
rations: Judge J. Stanley attendance ever present at a «octal
the United States district affair In Hood River. The band, noted
okane. and Judge
C. M. throughout the Northwest for the ex­
Jackson county, who is cellence of Its music and fof ths
rom Philadelphia, where unique Indian costumes, first worn st
the meeting of the Amer- the natlonnl convention of the D. 0.
>aaociatlon. the aetivlties K. K. In Portland, will soon go to
will report.
Vancouver, B. C.. to nttend an inter­
erg of major Importance national convention of the order. Re-
ixr association will cog- cently the Chaml>er of Commerce of-
i year's convention, Judge fered to raise funds for financing the
«, will he the raising of trip, but the members of the band
’or admission and the preferred to raise the money through
measures that will put a dance or concert. The orgnnlstion's
on on a more sulistantial management prkh-s Uaelf on never
iscipllnlng memlsTB who having asked the city for contribu-
up to the ethics of their tions.
The big l>all was fettled on aa a
1 sessions of the conven- medium for rising the fund. The K.
«e Saturday evening, Sep- P. band is one of the most popular
with a banquet at the, mrganixatipns of the county, and evun-