The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933, September 24, 1925, Image 10

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    HOOD RIVER GLACIER, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24
PICKER SUPPLIES
C. W. HAMILTON, M. D.
Physician and Surìean
Office Bro 'n» B!<xk
Office Phone 3741
Home Phone 3742
FINGER COTS (ALL SIZES AMD MAKES), ADHESIVE
PLASTER, WRITING MATERIAL, PBNOILM, COMBS,
MIRRORS, SHAVING MATERIAL.
BRUS]
H. L. DL’MBLF.
physician ar J Surgen
Calls promyly answered in torni or
country—Day ar Nf jbt
Pbonea: Residence, 1212; Office, i2*l.
Office .’n the Broslus Building
We Have What You' Forgot
To Bring And Will Need
Dr». Abraham & Siiteli
Physi'bMu S Surgeons
Èutkr Bank Building
Phones: Office •» a OI
Dr. Ab aham 4152.
ir. flfton MIS
MBNTHOLATUM, GOLD TABLETS, PLASTERS, WATER
BOTTLES, LINIMENT FOR THOSE SWOLLEN WRISTS,
GOLD CREAM, TALCUM AND FACE POWDERS, ETC.
Dr. W. Donald NickeLen
buigcoii, Canter, Plastic Surgery ami
Radium Tlnrapy
Phone Malit 7475
809 fît event. Bldg.
Portland, Orejjju.
DR. PHEBA J. COLLMAN
Open Evenings Until 9:00 O'clock.
NATLBOFACH
Elettroni«- Diagnosis and Treatment
Corrective Gymnastic», Scientific Diet
Piscas« of Women and Children
Horra 9 a. m to 5 p. m.
Office Phone 1822
Res. Phone 2*48
Ilo<>d River, Oregon
DRS. THRANE & CHICK
Physician and Burgeon
Office ML Hood Hotel.
Phone 2172.
If no answer call 8011, ML Hood
Hotel Calls an wered «lay or night.
J. C. JOHNSEN
DR. MEARLE G FOX ’
DENTIST
Office 4, 5 and 6 Smith Building •
Office Phone 2021
Hee. Phone 2144
Hood River, Oregon
Brualoa Building
DR. S. L. PETERSON
L L. MURPHY
Complete X-Ray Examination
Bulle B, BroaluX Building
a 7 j . DERBY
Flint National Bank Building
Hood Hirer, Oregon
MRS. GEO. L SLOCOM
M6 Ninth Street
Telephone 3Î
We will please you with our
Dressmaking
’
Hemstitching a Specialty
MRS. FLORENCE SIMONTON
at The Parla Fair
Old City Hall Plumbing Shop
Has moved — the new location is 908
12 Street where there will be a large
display of I'bitublug and Heating Goods
at reasonable rricee. The new location
will 1« known ns- TOM FISHER'S
Plumbing A Heating 908 12th St.
President Cooli«l„> baa selected the
three topics fur the 500-word essay
coutest dealing with the historic frig­
ate, U. 8. 8. CoMtitmiou, that la to be
conducted hi oonn>.tiou with the Be-
uevolent and Pnx< .onlw of Elks’
school children's dr ve to save “Old
Ironsides.’’ Canunuodvr Marion Ep-
pley, V- 8. N. R„ «.£ Newport, R. I.,
vice-president of tie Navy League of
the United Staten, has donated 1.482
gold, silver and br uize medals for the
best eeaa/s in the < imentary and high
school* «nd college. ,
lu bls letter to I'urtia D. Wilbur,
secretary of the tuny, President Cool­
idge selected the following topics: For
college«, “The Contribution of the U.
8. 8. Constitution to Human Liberty
and to. National* ri's'retui”; for high
schools, “Why Di«l the Victories of the
U. B. 8. Constitution Contribute Bo
largely to Our jhvee»» in the War of
1812”; for eieinentnry schools, “Why
Will the Preservation of tile U. B. 8.
Coustltution Promote l'utriotiam?*'
•The .active aervliv of ‘Old Iron-
si<le»’ ekteudlng as it did over 84 years
from 1798 to 1882 overs the greater
part of pur history and a study of her
recurd will tun» t'1-* thoughts of our
younger people to many of tile most
important even]» in t he development of
our nation,” 'says president Coolidge
in bls letter,' “J therefore trust there
will be widespread cuuuietition for the
•Old Ironsides’ Mtnluis, liecause an un­
derstanding of Abe fundamental» of
our history la most 1»> ipful to discharg­
ing the duties of clt .-euship,"
The secretary of the navy requested
the Navy League of the United States
to distribute and make uwurils of the
“Old Irotlsldee” but. thut organlxatiuu
has requested t|ie Elks to make the
awards tn the elemi utary and high
schools In the 14(H) lodge districts and
Monday is rest day for Evangelist
present the medal« at tile patriotic Billy’ Bunday, who la busy with a
exercia«*» to be staged in the schools seven-week bout with the devil In
during “Old Ironsides Week,” Octo- Portland. He takes his rest, however,
ber 19-24, when the donations of the usually engaged in some chore around
«■hildren will be collected.
• Ills Odell country plaoe or watching
The Navy League will decide upon h|p brother, Ed 'Sunday, prepare a
tiie collegiate winners.
field for fall seeding of wheat, Initiate
Commander Eppley, who donated son» improvement on the Irrigation
tlie medals, was a professor of Electro system or, as it was the past Monday,
Chemistry »t Priii' cton when America liarvest the season's crop of cocn.
entered the world war. He immediate­
Rev. Billy is prouder of his 10-acve
ly accepted a eomhiisslon iu the navy corn field and his new herd of regis­
ami was assigned as an experiment tered cattle than any of his posses­
officer at the Newport torpedo station sions just at present. And well may
where he distinguished himself by per­ he l>e proud of all.
fecting a standurd electric cell, a
His corn crop, ««•cording to experts
means of calibration of scientific in­ who have visited it, will probably set
struments with precision. Prior tu a record for Oregon. It is Minnesota
tlie war thia >»« u secret German 13, and the need was grown In Idaho.
process.
For tills achievement and The stalks, far thicker than the or­
several improvements in the mechan­ dinary corn crop of Oregon, stand nine
ism of the naval torpedo he was ap- and 10 feet tall, and many have two
poiiitid to the rank of commander.. big ears hanging down. Iowa, as Bev.
Commander Eppley lives in Newport Sunday will proudly declaim, never
and Is member of tlie Newport lodge of grew finer corn.
Elks.
Mr. Sunday Is as practicml. in his
farming as any man of the community.
He can «.-onverse readily and intelli­
gently on the nee<ls bf soil. If he ever
quits preaching, he might be a worthy
HiKHVHsor to Secretary of Agriculture
Jardine. Rev. Billy is a firm believer
in oldfasliioned barnyard manure. He
attributes the sise of that corn crop
this year on his Odell country place
to the fact that Brother E<1 put 300
wagonloads of manure on the 10 acres.
The most of the luxuriant cornfield
will go to fllltng the Bunday silo. A
section will be allowed to ripen, how­
ever, to furnish dry gyain. Pretty
soon Mr. Bunday will have Wood In­
comp., his blue ribbon Hereford bull,
put through n conditioning for the
Pacific Internationa** exposition.
ANNOUNCEMENT
We are very glad to announce that we have been ap-
0ed exclusive dealers for Stewart Warner Radio in
River and surrounding territory.
' ■
*
The Stewart Warner Speedometer Corporation, well
known manufacturers of automobile accessories, created quite
a sensation when they announced a few months ago. that
•after more than two years of experimentation and careful
preparation, they would enter the radio field.
The Stewart Warner people have long been known, as
manufacturers of merchandise of the highest quality and it
is often said that they never place an artkie on the market
unless it is absolutely the finest in its respective field.
. We have thoroughly tested the new Stewart Warner Radio
instruments and believe them to be one of the best values on
the present radio market The five.tube Stewart Warner
radioset ^«t
sHMiig a $65
‘"7 without
‘ I___ accessories, and* . which
_____ uses
___
the powerful patented U. S. Navy circuit, is not surpassed in
general performance 'by receivers selling for two or three
times this price.
This low price, together with recent reductions in the
cost of radio accessories, make it possible for us to install
this fine radio set complete in your home, with all necessary
equipment,*fct a total cost of $115.
WHOLESALE AND
RETAIL
LUMBER
DEE. OREGON
Notice !
I have in stock a complete
line of
FIRESTONE PNEUMATIC
TRUCK TIRES AND TUBES
Come to our store in the new Moore Electric Building on
Oak street and insjtect our stock of Stewart Warner Radio
products—sets, speakers and tubes. Free demonstration in
your own home gladly furnished without cost or obligation to
you.
«
RADIO SETS SOLD ON EASY TERMS
•• You Are Aa Near To Ua Aa Your Telephone
HIONE 1283
E. A. SPARKS
■_______ «w. i
HACKETT RADIO CO
r rnm¡>anlnn Uw
T. A. HACKETT, Manager
Ieu«l<>n«>ii> xtate-
Our New Store la now open for business.
Wat Hi for announcepient of formal opening in about two weeks.
Hood River Abstract Co.
I’.ral Estate and Ii>- umnee
Accurate Absenting of Lard Titles
Telephone 1831
J. M. CREAMER
Veterinary S’ geon
«1 have just received from
the East the most wonderful
line of
Quality Food Products
WHEN YOU WANT THE BEST
LAURNELL
MARKET
“Nothing But The Beat’
or any other market food, you may rest
assured that it may be had from our
saniiary,* refrigerated cases.
WM. WEBER
FIX -IT QUICK!
Hood River's Quality Market
B. B. POWELL
PLUMBING, HEATING AND
6HE3T METAL WORK
810 U.-acade Ave.
Hr.od River, Ore.
X D. Md .UCAS
CONTRACTOR
HOOD RIVER MARKET
A. F. DAVENPORT, Prop
Practical Werker in btone. Con
crete. Krick and Piaster
Telephone 5984
Nunanuk
Tobacco
Soft Drink«
Confectionery
GEO. F. STRANAHAN
Genera) Building LanlraGor
The Bon Ton Barbershop
L. 8. BOID, Proprietor
Telephone 3863
H. J. FREDERICK
General Contracting and Building
Estimate cheerfully furnished
Office at 1210 Shermnr. Ava T»L 3644
A Womans Chief Charm Is Attractiveness
Every woman realizes the part her wearing apparel plays
in giving her that subtle charm and ^attractiveneea.
A woman's personality is expressed by the garments she
wears and the care she exercises in se«ing that they have
that immaculate appearance which is the result of sending
your cleaning and dyeing to us regularly,
Dozens
doing it
Phone 1014
HOOD RIVER CLEANERS & DYERS
J. C. Meyer
RHEUMATISM
Draught Luxa
Why not you?
CHAMPION SHOE SHOP
We Calland Deliver
OREGON LUMBER CO
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