The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933, October 09, 1924, Image 5

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    HOOD RIVER GLACIER, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1924*
Bros. Fall Display and Sale of
FURNITURE AND RUGS
/
“THE PATRICIAN
Open an Account
A new and moderately priced WALNUT DINING SUITE.
KELLY’S
One of the most attractive Suites at a moderate price
that has ever appeared on our floors. Its dimensions are
such as to adapt it to the furnishing of a Small Dining Room,
yet it is not too small for the Dining Room of fair size.
The PATRICIAN is of walnut
veneer in two-lone finish. Two-
tone panels provide just enough
ornamentation to complete-its
artistic appearance.
and fill your desire for that
BETTER HOME
All surfaces finished with
Nit volar, the finish that resists
hot and cold water, fruit and
other stains. You’ll like “The
Patrician’’ —an attractive suite,
attractively priced.
Let us tell you about
Liberal Credit Plan
DOWN
TROUGH THE AGES
DAVENPORTS
for
OF EVERY KIND
Time Payments
At Prices Worth While.
I
In all the new coverings and styles for this
Display and Sale.
You must see these to ap­
preciate these values.
For Comfort, Style and Economy our
overstuffed display meets the demand for
Good Merchandise at Moderate Prices.
9 X 12
Tapestry
9 X 12
dun »vr
“Masland” Velvet
9 X 12
Axminster
9 X 12
Wool Rugs
$29.25
/ 3
$57.85
$29.75
Let us explain the difference in the con
struction of our Davenports.
VALUES YOU WILL FIND HERE
Silk and Wool Tapestry
Davenports ........
...
$79.00 i
$130.00
$135.00
$160.00
$200.00
Baker Velour in Blue
and Taupe ........... .
Mohair
Davenports .
‘ BiltwellT Velour Bed
Davenport .... ........
Silk Mohair
Davenport
AND MANY MORE.
PARKDALE
tlie week end in Hood River.
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin, of Gresham,
motored to Parkdale Sunday.
,
I
Misses Alice Wells. Margaret Wil-1
liams and Margaret M<-iJutilels re-1
turned to Parkdale Sunday.
Miss Juliet Wliitteker, tlie county
in Mahogany and Walnut
Specially Priced for this display....
SIMMONS’ POSTER
SAVE MONEY NOW!
1 ?•
FURNITURE DEPT
Kelly Bros. Co.
HOOD RIVER.
PHONE 8411.
nurse, visited the Parkdale schools
Monday. Sin- says that the condition
of the pupils in tile school is excep­
tionally good.
Junior high school was resume'd
Monday. High school will open next
Monday.
.Mrs. George Blodgett entertained
witli ii - party nt her home Saturday
evening.
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Tlie Oregon-Washington Telephone
company has re|uiinted tile office in
Parkdale.
Stop!!
POSTER BEDS
Ciiarles Perkins f* building a bun­
galow on Fourth street.
Edward Sturdavant was taken to
tlie Community hospital last week.
His i-ondition was rejairted quite
serious.
rfi
The number. of pupils now regis-
tereil in Hie Parkdale schools is 200.
In the grammar school there Ims
liren an increase from lol to 145
since school iqs'iied.
Several of the Parkdale resident«
motored to Udell Friday evening to
Look ! !
The Browning Amusement Co.
WILL SHOW IN HOOD RIVER
October 15th to 18th
with their Merry-Go-Round, Big Ferris Wheel
and New Whip just from New York.
>
There will be other good clean amusements
j day and night
Show Grounds, Columbia St, between 3rd and 4th ,
<7
CULL APPLES
$5.00 per ton, delivered
at factory '
No cull apples will be received at Mason’s
warehouse on account of insufficient water
for unloading at factory.
HOOD RIVER APPLE VINEGAR CO
hoar the ' eanRMilgti
’Follette.
speech
for
l<a
Tin* Community church welcome« creasing in onr community. There is
everylssly to its service* Sunday. a $30.OOP dam in process of con­
Howell.
Mr. and Mrs, Maurice Walton have <'hurt'll school and forum nt 10.13; struction at tlie mill; W. II. Wirrlek
morning worship lead by the jiastor Bruce ..Cuniiff and George
returned to Parkdale.
at 11.30, Mr. Hutchinson announce« have recently completed attractive
Messrs. Petterson and Miming, of that
........... lie „.................
.. on another real sulmtantlal residences; L. F. Parker
will preseli
tin Portland Joiiriml. motored
nv<- milijei-t. . You ought to co
a n d H. H Goan hav e l ie w app l e
tin- lxiop highway from Portland Young |ss,pie’s meeting nt <1.45 p. m. houses and J. R. Edgar and II. R.
Monday.
| preaching service at 7.30. The glad Crenahaw have g<s>d sixed new Imrus.
Mrs. Homer Rogers, who is now in hand awaits you.
In a few more years we may be
Portland, is recovering nicely from
worth a dwent road.
a nervous breakdown.
MOUNT HOOD
Miss Dorothy Dowd, now attending
Apple Grade Change Withheld
Miss Txiuise Krucder s|>ent last
tlie Oregon Agricultural College, has
Through the op|s>sltlon of Hood
tlie distinction of being tlie first stu­ week end in Portland.
River apple growers. represented at a
dent from Pnrkdnie high hc I ioo I to
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Coinlsi. of Port­ conference of the State Horticultural
become ii member of tlie Chi Omega land. sis-lit last Monday evening look­ Commission by A. F. S. Steele ami
sorority. It is quite an honor to Is- ing after ranch interests.
II. F. Davidson. plana for the immedi­
In memls-r of tlie Chi Omegas, ns it
A. M.''Butterfield moved his family ate unifl<-ation and change of the
I ranks first in tlie nntionnl sororities. to tlie Ix*roux house last week.
| Oregon apple grading lawa were with­
Next Wednesday evening tile Fn-
Dr. Thompson. of Portland, home held. Tlie local men. representative«
rum uiU show Thuiuim Mv-lglum aud mission superintendent of ttrrgon. of the Apple Grower« Association,
I.iln las« in "Buck Home and Broke.” held services In-re Sunday evening.
cited that «-change in. grading rule«
George Ade. America’s leading hu­
Fred Rose liought n new engine for nt the present time, with apples being
morist. wrote tills story es|s-eliilly Ills tie plant last week.
|Mckv<l out, would bring about chaos.
for Thomas Meiglinn.
Mon* laughs
Tlie matter will la* brought for discus-1
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Gisirge
Clark
returned
Io liie reel tillin' any comedy ever
■ion by the horticultural -commission1
prisluced, and a real home town from Portitmd Friday evening. They at the annual aeaalon of tile State!
loft
tlie
first
of
the
week
for
southern
roninnee.
Oregon, wliere Mr. Clark will is- ein Horticultural Society in Portland,
Dr. D. A. Thompson was a guest at ployed In a Hour mill.
during Decemla-r.
tlie manse Monday, lie returned to
Mrs. Marie Wyatt, who lias lieen
Portland Tuesday morning.
Resolutions of Condolence
visiting at tlie Wyatt home for three
Have you tieen up Hie highway re­ weeks, is leaving today for her home
Be it resolved—We tlie Office™ and
cently? You ought to sis* the maples In Philomath.
Memls-rs of Iaiurel Rebekah Lodge
Is-fore they fall asleep.
No. N7 do extend our heartfelt sym­
pathy to tlie bereaved husband of our
Despite tlie fm-t tluit our men are
DEE
dear de|mrted sister. Idn Belle Bishop,
busy. many of them find time to take
in tlie Forum discussion hour at tlie
Mr. and Mrs. Jx-slle Benbrook «lient anil that our charter is- draped in
manse every Bunday morning.
last Tuesday night at the J. R. memory thereof and a copy of these
J. E. Van Nuys. our genial mail Edgar home on their return trip from resolutions Is* sent to tin* husband.
Committee:
honeymoon'.
They
motored
< ai rier. Is tlie |s,ssessor of a new their
Gertrude Howe,
automobile. J. D. Smnllin and H. G. through 30 states and visited Mexim
Nettie Moses,
Babson have recently made like pur­ ami Canada. They re|sirted a most
Mlle Jones.
enjfiyable and interesting trip.
chase’s.
Mrs. J. N. Giesy, of San Francinco,
Prof, and Mrs. II. G. Keeney tisik
Little Boys Go to Portland
in tlie football game at Hood River is visiting with her brother, W. F.
Little Billy and Johnny Hilton, re­
Shannon, and family.
Mnturday afternoon.
Tlie Fortnightly club will meet spectively eight and nine, who had
with Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Parker Sat- lawn lodged at the city Jail, were
taken to tin* lion...... . the Boys' and
Girls' Aid Society in 'Portland last!
to Mr. nn<l Mrs.
week. The mother of the children was
Octols-r 3.
recently committed to the hospital for
J. L. Wooda and son, Ivan, were tile insane nt Salem Their father, a
business visitors to Portland Monday. logging camp worker, could not be
Value of taxable projierty is In- lis-ated by authorities.
“The ARAB”
with Ramon Navarro
and Alice Terry
A thrilling tale of
love and hate under*
the burning sun of
the East.
Greater than
See this one sure!
A Thrill Awaits You
RIALTO
OcL 13-14
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FOR SALE
Second hand
Apple Boxes
Carl Wodecki
Inquire at
It.-R, TRUCK CO., First St.
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FOOTBALL
0. A. C.
Whitman
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