The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933, May 21, 1925, Image 2

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    HOOD R
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“Bwat the
l)r. Child*.
Jack Tar Dresses« 98c
codling moth 1'
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You all know of the superior workman­
ship and fine material used by the Jack
Tar people. We haver some odds and
ends in White Jack Tar Dresses. Slightly
soiled that we are .closing out at
your choice ____________________ wOC
8201
NOTICE
Mt lob goal». Geo. W. Friday/Ft I
bluntly nb
Iaqulr. Wi
The opinions of people as a rule
differ, but many thousands of
20th Century patrons are united
in their endorsement of the 20th
Century Stores’ extremely low
prices on the best of foods.
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The opening of the interstate bridge
and the new link of the North Bank
highway between Lyla and Bingen has
brought Hood River new neighltors.
tjoldendale, the capital of Klickitat
county, was once a far nnd distant
place. Today it in within a few
hours’ ride.
Hood River and Goldendale folk
are becoming acquainted. The Klicki­
tat county folk find a visit to our
orchards interesting. Tt in equally ns
interesting to us of this section to
motor there to a country of magnifl
cent expanses. The North Bank high­
way Is In excellent condition, nd the
road north from Lyle to Goldendale
lias been put in ftae shape. Z<«t la
added to the drive by the curves of
the highway aliove the canyon of the
Klickitat.
■If yon want a pleasant journey,
through a region that in aglow with
wild flowers, get out your <-ar and
take a leisurely spin to Goldendale.
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Offerings Saturday and Monday, May 23 and 25
Crepe Toilet Paper, large rolls, 4 for..............................................................
25c
20th Century Brooms, medium weight...........................................
98c
Snowflake Butter Crackers, package.....,••••••••••••........ 20c
Federal Milk, tall cans, 3 for ••••••.............».......... .. ............... .........
25c
Cnsco, 6 pounds...................
......Ja
9c
45c
45c
15c
3 for 10c; 8 for 25c
39c
29c
20c
19c
25c
••••••••a • •••••«« •••«s«^aa
savings and commercial
over the country adopt that
attltuda toward our foreign
Violet Elisabeth. Andrew nnd Etho
May-Hhel» pictures appear elsewhere
In this Issue of the Glacier. “Who
are they?" yon ask. They are war
orphans, children of ex-service men
who gave their all for their country
during the great war. They have
found homes in American billet '. Tt
1» for such as they that Hood Hirer
county legionnaire« tire sponsoring a
campaign to raise >900. this county's
quota of the >5,000,000 being raise
throughout the nation.
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Council Picnic Spread, 2 for................................
Full Cream Cheese, 2 pounds for....................................
Bulk Macaroni 4 pounds for...........T................. :.........
Kerr’s Flour, 49 pounds....................................................
Pinnacle Rock Clams.................. .......................................
Large S. 0. S...<.................. ’....................................
Bulk Lard, 3 pounds for.................. ................................
Economy Matches, 6 for...... *..........................................
20th Century Cofiee, 2 pounds for.................................
Tru-Blu Graham Crackers, large 4fc-pound box...........
Old Dutch Cleanser, 3 for...................... .............
No. 1 Netted Gem Potatoes, 100 pounds.. ......... *.........
Fresh Pineapples.............................................. ..................
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MORE tfACKBONE,
~L£M WISHBONE
chick», my» th« 0. A. C. aiperiment
»tation. A few antra tripe to the brooder
houea during the first week la cheep fa>