The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933, November 26, 1925, Image 2

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    HOOD RIVER GLACIER, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER Î6, 1925
Legal tech idea lit lea an* sometime gi'h, In 1U24, 107 deaths from diph­
Th» Store
extremely worrisome. We cite you theria were reported, and there we»f
Retailer« of
pr<*l*ably more. How many of the»»
the status of the proposed permanent deulhs were Bices »ary. and how many
of Biggest
Everything
ARTHUR D. MOK. Manager.
experimental farm fur Hood Rivet val­ could have been avoided? It ha»
JOE D. THOMISON. Editor
to Wear
ley. Everyone wants the farm, and been shown that when antitoxin la
it 1» likely that some way of securing given on tlie llrat day of the disease,
only 2.2 per
_
_ _
cent of the cases die,
?
r
Natecrlptlon, S2.00 Per Tear.
it under the legal limitations imposed while by tlie second day the percent­
.■.^■jK.TÆxa âhsssaB1
i
■' '■■■"=
will »«on lie worked out. However, age has risen to 7.B. If the antitoxin
THANKSGIVING DAV
Just at the present writing, those who Is delayed till the third day, 17 out
of each UM) dlr, and the percentage
Next to Christ mas. Thanksgiving Is are wound up in the legal tangle are rises to 24 fur the fuurth and 34 each
family day in America. At least old firm lu the Is llef that sometimes "Tile for the fifth and sixth days. This
glvts some Idea of the lni]>ortanee of
fashioned folk« ao consider it. and the. law is an a»».”
we’ve promised ourselves for so long is now ready. Why
Immediate attention.
We all have many things to be thankful
last, Thursday of November will find
The germ of diphtheria Uvea only
not
get
it
and
enjoy
it?
the- boy or girl, .uarrietl boys and
Some of the weatherwi»c have Iteen on a small area of the body, usually
for this year up to the present time and if
girl« they may be <rith children of predicting a hard winter, with »now» in the throat, mouth or noHe. The
we don’t miss our guess, a good warm over­
We are selling lots of suits and fulfilling many promises
their own, hurrying to the old home of phenomenal depth. Others way we damage is done by a poison, or tuxin,
coat
would be another blesUng that would
with
suits
that
satisfy
—
suits
made
for
us
by
such
re
­
nt-Jf to join in a family rchinlou. It will lutve an old fashioned Oregon 'which it nutniifaeitires and which is
tarried all over the body by the
la on Thanksgiving day that mother winter with much Hteady rain on the bitted. Tills istison attacks the tissues
liable makers as
make the year complete,
loves to ltaui the table with an array lowlands with deep »nows on tlie high­ of the l>ody, nutably the nervous sys­
of foods, diiintlcH and the most delicate lands, We ho]»- the latter are right. tem Hiid the heart muscle, accounting
There never was a larger and better
for the itaralysis often following diph­
of staples.
theria, and the frequent deeths from
assortment shown in the city. Real genu­
Thanksgiving day h> an event, to the
Hood River folk have nti opportunity heart failure following exertion after
old fashioned mind, not so much one to contribute toward‘lifting the itebt tlie disease st-enis to lie over.
ine Overcoat values, made by high grade
Antitoxin is an antidote to the
ft«- a tllsplay of the material wealth of th«- W. <’. T. I', t'orviillls children's
concerns that pride themselves on quality
that tuny have route our way, but farm home. We know of no inore poison, destroying it as it is passing
ihrougii the iMidy, la-fore it can attack
fi
rather for u feeling of appreciation worthy charity.
merchandise at a reasonable price and stand
the l>od.v tin« ties.
After the toxin
toward a beneflivnt Providence for a
has ontv attacked the tsidy, antitoxin
right back of us on every garment we sell
any one of which will please
full family circle, where all art- bleaaed
Dhl you gel out to school lust Fri­ <an no longer neutralize it, for tlie
with elenr consciences anti the whole­ day? I»I<1 you observe tlie daily tusk damage Is done. Therefore the anti­
you in style, quality^ and
Overcoats for boys, young men and
some bniipineiw that comes from tliHt must he that of the »neeeraful toxin must be given early enough to
foreHtHll damage of the body by the
service.
hralthful occupation. And it is our teacher? And did it not impress you .toxin. Antitoxin is a iierfeetly nor­
the older ones at a price that will please
hope that stu ll family circle» in Hood that gissi teachers fully earn the sal- mal stihstantv, which is formed by
you
Hart, Schaffner & Marx
all Ixalies infeettsi with .diphtheria.
River valley today nuiy be legion.
arlt-H iMiitl them?
What we tlo Is to Htipply an extra
Suits
and
Ovetcoats
stand
umount, to supplement .that which is
at the head of the list and
The following wa» taken from one
naturally la-ing formed, but which la
formed too slowly to prevent damage
of the bulletins i untied by Htate Mar­
they need no introduction^
to the system ami jiosHlble death.
ket Master Spence:
You know of their quality,
The ¡mrciit must remember that
Eleven hundred acres of full-grow
diphtheria is dangerous hut most citr-
style
and workmanship and
nppie tree» have ls-en grubis-d out in
able at the start, t'all a <l<«-tor at
Wasco county to make room for wheat
we
are
giving you the biggest
ontv
if
the
child
lias
«ore
throat
or
The discovery of a Inw panned by
All Pure Virgin Wool Suits made for
next year. And what if the price of
suspicioiiH symptoms. Antitoxin is a
values
possible to give.
the
legislature
I
hh
I
winter
which
pro
­
wheat should go down to witere it was
natural product and can do no harm.
us
by
the Oregon City Woolen Mills. Two
vides
that
nil
tine«,
collected
for
viola
­
two year» ago? Would the land then
Deftly in administration can and tloea.
be set ont to prune trees, if prune tion of traffic law« on state highway«
Just come in and let us
The doctor must think of this;
pairs of Knickerbocker trousers, full lined.
prices should be high? And later on extvpt act uni court coh F m . »hall lie |>aid Ont of 73 deaths from diphtheria an­
show you what we’re offer­
would these trees be pulled out if over to the «rate highway fund, may alyzed In Chit ago recently, 30 were
Nice snappy values that look well and
prune price« were low? Agriculture result, local officials Haiti yesterday, prolialdy tine to failure to call a doc­
ing.
We
will
save
you
money
give unusual wear.
I n a liazurdous Industry, lint there is in the discharge of all county traffic tor early enough, 27 to failure of doc­
on your next suit. We are
hope in time that jiowvrful producer- officent here. 'Hie new law Is nppli- tor to make early diagnosis, 12 to in­
consumer organizations will force out cable to iiiunlelitHlIties through which sufficient amount of antitoxin used
proud of our line of Men’s
Let us fit the boys out with one of
the many needle«« costs and profit« be­ state highway« para unless their popu­ a ml only six probably unavoidable.
Clothing
and
will
be
pleased
tween the farm and home for mutual lation excectlH ¿(MM).
It does not hurt to give antitoxin
these fine suits. You’ll find the prices
Hood River county now ha» three
bettsfitH. Then farmiug will not be
to show you whether you are
traffic officers. They isttrol the Colum­ occasionally In a cast- which is not
the present big risk.
right.
diphtheria. It is often deadly to tie­
just ready to buy or not
Mr. Hiience, Ity ljfertsice at least, bia ltlver ami Mount Hood I stop high­ lay until an nlsailutc diagnosis can
ways. Agitation was recently rallied
would have one believe that it was not for increasing thin number. Finding la- made.
ao much the hazard of adverse ele­ of the new statute by District Attorney
The Bible
ments as that of hacking an adverse Baker, however, lias ended the pro-
For Sal«- Fir and pine 1« In. sn 1 4 n. wood,
JxutH of fulth, by multitudes in our condition, practl.-allr new; Iwo cream eena; delivered
Wanted— Warnas want« work by boar or
I
»>»«
I
for
more
officers.
For Kant—Two ooltasre onaS-room and one
anywhere In tbe vall»y. K Beam»
oleo8 Pskln dneks and 2 year-old belfer calf.
marketing combination that can«ed the
Will rent for- day. Pbone J0i2or oaii at802 NlBtb at. n36
gard.
r»l. Odell :«M.
D2 ri S-room. K.eh h«ve ran«««
The county lias collected substantial nation, in the authority of the Bible, Mra
English, Kt. 1. Fir road below Irrt
ni«bed
or
un(u-nl«bad.
Phons
2-71.
oSttf
grubbing up of the big orchard. It sum» tor traffic violations on tlie state is tlie greutest Hlngle ilunger we have gallon ditch.
d.v
For Hale- 1« Inch and 4 fool wood. Delivered
Furnl«b«d Cottage«—By week, day or
would be more correct to state that highways. District Attorney Baker to face. If we 1<> hc faith in the Bible
MISCELLANEOUS
III Hood River or any wnere on Wen «Ida
For
Bate--A
late
style
lavatory,
r<a*«>nnhte;
wllbte
oua mile.
E. Beauregard.
Phone month, with or without board. Wumroa
ns
tlie
Word
of
God,
we
Imve
nothing
has
written
Heeretary
of
Htate
Kozer
the Dufur orchard »hotild never have
Tnqulreal Ballon's barber shop. tel. 1798. u26lf Odell 3M.
Collage«, Tai. »14.
b l«ir
Loat^Between Odell |snd Parkdale, brown
a22t
I
to rely ultimately in regard to the
peck containing camping goods. Reward. H.
been planted on land suitable only for to ascertain if the county must pay right or wrong of thte most fundamen­
C. Cutler, Rt. 4.
nW
these funds over to the »tate: In case
For Hale—Polle® pup« cheap. WHI trade
For Bale—Fine btatui bed, »prluge end rosi-
for Rent—Fand (-room apartment*, at II«.
wheat. We will all agree with Mr. such remittance Is necessary, etanty tal phases of life. I xihs of faith in the one lor all'J-gua«® pump «an. Rhone 5563, Z trere. Aleo Hne oak «Idehoard, Ball atta­ liti,
I2U. P2; and 125 per month Mra. H. J.
For Hervlo* — Registered Toggenberg buck
Annala,
upr
th
of
gol
I
coarse.
u3
pina
ranch.
Tucker
road.
tel.
5HS7.
o2»tf
F ederlck, phone 3«I4.
n&tf
Spent* that there is need for reform« traffic officers will lie dropped it is Bible a« tlie Word of God. mean« soon
Prloes right. M Uuokler, Country Club, d.l
For Halo—Good lots for sale In all parts ot
in our agricultural and horticul­ stated and the burden of |>atrollng the loss of lives, lawncMHiiess and disre­
You can trade anything you have In second
the city, prloee right. A. W. Onlhank A Co. al4tl
gard
of
the
moHt
sacred
relationships.
state
highways
placed
on
tlie
state
WANTED
tural marketing, but as yet we have
band furntlnre end tools for new «nd sseond
traffic deiNirtinent.
Loss of faith in tlie Bible comes from
-
......................................
............. band «ewlng much In««. ) am lheBlnger Bew
For
Kale
—
Apple,
poach,
pear
and
eberry
For Hale- 22 ton« of clover her Km breo
been unable to discover any help in the
Ignorance of tlie undeniable fait» Bro«.,
Wanted—* acre«, well located for early gar­ Ing Machine agent for Hood River end Klick
one mile «oulli of Mt. H<x»d Biore. Tel. trees. We hsve a full line of general nursery
stock. Phone Parkdale M or write C.T. Raw- dening, fully developed, dwelling, «loo «ult- Hat connllre. I have decided to make Header
bulletins which he is issuing at state CUPPED HERE AND THERE wliifli prove tlie Bible to lx- God'» Parkdale ss
dio
wio, Parkdale.
I2HK able V> develop In poultry. Lease one roar, for everybody wbo Wauls a sewing machine.
Word.
expense. lie is forever citing obvioua
option to porcbaM. Blate delHlIa, price, term« I am Hlartlag a second-hand (
For Hale—h*/, «cm 4 ml Ire from Hood River
To help all who ho desire to regain on West Bide New 8 room liouae. amali barn,
and esact location
A D Morris, phone RS04. nient and will lake any thing
ilia inspiring unfortunate farmer» with
Monday Yakima liusinesH men eauit* their
tool« In tra <e. You can get
FOR
RENT
813 eiontello Ave., Hood Klver.
d8
Isa rings tn this most vital mat­ wood «bed «nd sarage. Water on back poreb
new or seoond-hand inacblna
self pity, but where and when has to Portland, where they were fimturc-tl ter, a series of sermons on the Bible Ilaoldby Jan 1,|27?8O(X) Ideal (or poultry
call
al 214 Third B l , Hood River,Ore., pbone
For
Item
—
Thrve.ro
»m
bouse,
large
rooms,
or «mall dairy, 1 acre« under cultivation.
in
the
Monday
ntsui
forum
of
tlie
Port*,
IHo3.
Geo. A. Jigger, Binger Sewing Machine
he ever offered any real constructive
tree water anti garage. on Alameda Wav, for
will lie preached Sunday nights at the
nlttf
Agent
oWtl
laiiil Chandler of Uo|n)»<*rtv. They Baptist church. The first sermon of Addrs«« owner care of tbe Glacier.
lio Georgiana Hand, SH2 E. &4tb virret, Port­
remedies? ‘
Wanted— Work by tbe day or hoar «140c per
nl»tf
presented to the IniHinesH men of Port­ the series will be pri-ached next Nun-
For Bale—Al a bargain, vn farm on Flielp« land, Ore.
Hioiea-Maypini
pomp
and
•"(!»•
from
my
boar.
Mre.
Fred
Meyers,
P.
O.
Box
322.
Hood
land the reasons for a tllrert railroad day. Tlie subJet t will lie “The Bible Creek, one Hardy «pray onillt. 2U0 g«l. «Ise, 2 For Kent—Will l«a«e apple orchard located River, Ore
form, altuBtedJust at county lina, on old The
d3
One form nor«e. wo>k «ingleor doable,
Dal
Ire
road
.
Reward
oi
»25
00
for
In
many iwrta of the country and a direct highway lietwetm Port­ as a Whole.” The following Sundays, gnn.
near
Dufor,
Ore.,
In
tracts
front
100
to
M0
aoree
wt. IHJO Ib« ; »ome orclutrd «uppHe«, blueatoue
Wanted-Koreas to take to paitare In Waaoo leading to recovery of properly G.
boxea, araeuHto lead, etc. luqulre W . Gluver, on crop rental tstxl«; trere 12 to 14 year* old;
droughts the pant year have taken a land and Yakima and proitosetl tiiat tlie «objects will be “Tlie Ol«l Testa­ Creoadv
will make attractive proposition to rmpoual. county near The Dalle«. Will nuke next trip Port.
Lock«, Ore.
d3
neurliy Yakima become nearby literally ment," “Tlie New Testauii'nt,” "The
ble orchardtkt« Wm K-nnedv. »1« North- about Thanksgiving. Tel. Gilbert Kdglo(t<in,
heavy toll of agricultural profits. Here not as the crow flies only but as tin-
No. S7M.
n2fi
n‘AH
For Mule—40 acree % mile ea«t ot th« town of western Hank Bld» , Foitland, Oregon.
Pentateuch.” and so forth.
in Oregon the rnlhfall was abort. We business flown.
Hood atver on Hlgu o«y HetweeD 250) anti
For
Rent
—
Two
furnished
housekeeping
Hlmple.
obvious
fact«
will
tie
brought
Wanted—A «imwUni woman for general
rorda ot Hr «nd oak wood. Price, *4,DUO;
noticed It tn Iloud River valley, how­
The Portlander who takes tbe pri-s- to your attention which will of them­ HUI
uSlf
term«. F. M. Mlle«, MN McKay bldg . Pon. aullé», one flrat and one second story. Ö06 housework. Tel. 28M.
Mvats flt., J, Rey burn. tel. 3661.
<13
dx
ever. but negligibly. Hood River val­ ent shortest route by rail to Yakima selves gradually lead you to realise land. Pbut a B'oadway 73U).
Wanted—A 2 or krooni apartment. A«k for
goes
by
way
of
Puget
Hound.
For Rent— A new house. Telephon» 1723 or Cyril Lindley al (»11.
ley la well provided with irrigation
oUlt
or Trade-A %-ton White truck, new
The Portlander who take« tln> pres­ that nothing can explain the existence For I Hale
ogvtt
grade mtleh cow. Tel M7», H U. Vuo rail et»B Columbia Hl.
Hyatenv*. What would thin Intensively ent shortest highway route to Yakima of the Bible excvpt God Himself. Tlie thee;
Wan'eo—100 ealvre and treah meat. Ore­
Alleu.
uJH
For Kent—Office room. In Hrovloa bulldins. gon Silver Fox and Fur Farm«. Oppoalte the
cultivated horticultural noct ion be got* by way of Goldenilale and theniv young people's choir will lead tlie sing­
a27lf
ing. Come ami hear these sermons.
Columbia Gorge Hotel. Phone
0Z7LI
F< r sale—A hand loom at lem titan cost, B. E Beoti.
without water? We find fruit ranch- l>y a roundalMmt course which Is more They are for everybody.
with » complete conrae or leaaont luqulre al
than
twin-
as
long
as
a
ilirt-ct
route
Mr«.
Hansen
’
«
Novelty
Bhop,
Height«.
<13
era of Waaco county grateful over the
Rev. C. R. Delcpine.
to Yakimn valley, if he wishes to
Foi Hals—Hog« and «evernl Iresti eow«;.al«o
discovery of lif<*-glving well». We of traverse more pavement ay<l make
n'M
Mr«. Iva ll. Hcols-e iiud Mr«. Jcnnle 3 or 4 hives Of bee«. Tel 514«.
Hood River may well be thankful to­ sliorter tills* at the ex|M*nae of a few
C.
Bentley,
rvnpectlvely
preaident
and
For
Hs'e
—
20
acre«
of
labd.
luqalre
atibe
day and throughout every day ol more miles lie goes to Arlington, ferrli*«
<18
«ccretar.v of thc Department of (fregón. Gerdre Hotel. Tel.SSrt.
every year for luelting »now» and Ico to Roosevelt on the opposite side of tlie W. R. (’.. wctc In Portland last wtvk
For Hale- 80 acre« of fir ai d oak timber on a
Columbia and then follow« tlie tortu­
field» of Mount Llood.
county road, 4 mile« from town. F.*0 per acre.
ous course to Yakima by way of Mab­ formnlly Inapecting corpa.
F. H. Miller. Kfd. 4, Hood Klver. tel ira.
03
1). L. Davltlson, of f'r-ntral I’oinY
ton.
For Mule-A Ford tourlnr car. 1921 model,
wns
n
visitor
In
thc
city
yesterdny.
These
tinneivsMry
distance»
are
the
“Wlien the Light float Out' was the
for cash. 1Kt a<1|(iHte<l nnd thorough­
Mr. Dtivldsoii. consln of II. F. Davld- cheap
ly overhauled. W. H. G r III ehd ,9I5 Pine. Dl2lf
title of a cartoon in the Tuesday Ore­ olMtruetlons that build n wall l«*<weeii son. formerly llved In Iltlod Itiver.
Portland and Yakima. Tlii-se diHtaaea»
gonian by ‘Tige" Reynold«. It de lire 11 m *
fuf lou.te fwlphl aslare
A4) teim fo wf rn b brr «t anipá inui t l ' i tF ranch. 102 waler right« Adjoining Bcobre’jC
plMutJ illlMtnill lnVK"fina the American front Yakima to Neirttte Hum to Port­ thc Glncicr office.
Keli’« place In Centra I Oregon. School«, two
rallroao«. town. Hall'«'California highway,
homo as a Hghthouse. reared on the land. so that Puget Hound eun. com­
within ■*, mile. A bargain. Will couefoer
rock of religious faith. The rock was mand a near-nwHiopoty of the Yakima*
income property for U value. Man now on |
O. W. R. A N. Co. Time Card
Ixisinens.
, i, '
■
place making over tS-iO per monih olfcowa
Iteing battered by tlie swine of crime.
and c ilcsgna. If Interested rail C. G Cor­
These dlRtane,*« are explanation of
WESTWARD
u2H
lioiRhevlsm. vulgarity, Idlent-wn, vielon»- thc fart that while Yakima's surplus No. 23. flail Igtkp-Porf (in«.« S.00 a ID nelius. Hood River,Ore.
tills year for a s aunt
sum tietween
lietwcen No. 11. fljHikane-Port. pnRs MB a ID
nees. Jazz, mati-riallsm. ignorance, Im­ will sell thia
For Hale—Cheap, half a section of unIm .
proved land. Write K. K Wrenn, Gresham,
morality, nelfishncs« and I aex filth.' »PKMNI.OOO nnd foO.IMm.OOO. the valley No. 2«. Chi., Omaha. Kan.
Oreg**»
n'.*8
Is nn nun'll ont of Portland I> iih I ii <* hh
City. Port, pass
fl.10 a 111
Wltli the light ao menaced, the ship« territory an Alaska.
Yet by illrivt No. 1. Walla Walla. Pen­
For Hale or Reni—Good 4-room house. Ad-
<1re«« i«ti Montello ave.
nzs
of American Youth anti National rente Yakima is only 103 milcH away.
dleton. Port, local.. 3.10 p ID
if I*ortlan<l is linked with Yakima. No. 17. Chicago Omaha.
Ideals raced toward another rock, the
For Bale—A new electric range. Will aell at.
o2Wf 1
rock of destruction. It was a power* If Portland adds Yakinin valley to <-om-
Portland limited__ 4.05 p DI a sacrifice. Phone 1728
|M*tltive trade territory hod If Yakimn
For Hale-Going Into the sheep buaiuesa and '
ful sermon In' blm-k nnd A white.
EASTWARD
silils Portland as n second oivnn rail
Will sell my toung, tuberculin tested oowa ;
Freeh and coming fresh. Also for sale;
t.iiiilual, it will all I* luvatiM* Port- No.
Pori.-Halt Luke pastt 12 .35 a ID cheap.
21.
reglateaed Holstein bull e«lf. Ixicated 3 mllee I
innd
mid
Yakima
Join
their
forma,
Of all the host of candidates, who
No. 2. Piirtliin<l-I'i*)dleton,
east ot Caseade D'Cka Address C. K. Fields,
adopt a proJrtT and tight for it, with
in!2tf
Walla Walla local
10.0C a Ill Cascade locks,Ore.
have Iteen announced aspirants at the no notion of quitting until they win.
For Sale—10 acres maar Rockford atore at a
May primarh* of next year, two arc With less determination nnd weaker No. 1«. Portland. Omaha,
Chicaim limited ._ 11.30 a in bargain Hmall bearing orchard>room house
olitala tiding.
Tls-y are Frederick action, specloiiH objection and under­ No. 2fi. Port.-Omnha. Kan.
and outbuildings Eawy terms. Tel. 1321. tl
Ktelwee and I. L. Patterson. The for­ ground opjMiritlon will iniitiniiv to keep
0.15 p m
City,
Chicago
pass
For <4«le—B lota of the northeasterly corner
Portland far from nearby Yakima.— No. 12,
mer !» staking the Republican Domina­ Oregon Journal.
Port.Hpoknne para_ 9.35 p m «1 I be Inietaeetlon of Seventh street and Mon
tcllo avennn. Pnone 31.32.
oltf
tion • for United Htate» senator. Mr.
Ul-'X
For Hale—W-ln fir and pine wood also 4-foot
I'at.erson will be a candidate for the
delivered Kaatand West Hide and Hood River.
■ANKERS HELP
Phone 4*88. A. LaChapelle.
alllf
Republican gubernatorial nomination.
For Bale or Trude—flue-ton Hamann track In
There is something about the iteraonal
A bank In Monrovia. Ind., teats seed
FEDERAL MILK
ECONOMY MATCHES—Full
go. h 1 condition. Phons V. T. Beanregard.
CREME OIL SOAP
and isiliUeal record of both that corn for farmers. A basement room
487».
«54lf
To
inspect
her
new
Tall
cans
_____________
9/
Good
sized boxes, 6 for_____20/
smack« of dignity. The mora the elec­ was fitted out last Reason for the par
5
bars
1
25/
For Bale- Red Star Vapor oil atove, 3 burn­
home in Portland.
er« on top, two In oven; flue condition. Cnll
torate «tedies them the greater will pose and 25,000 ears wore tested for
Odell 85. H. W. Areaa, Rfd. 2
«S4U
fifty-six farmer». One-fourth of the
grow its respect.
MUSHROOMS Imported “First Choice” Buttons, New Pack Vi’a
A Hood River home
Feed tested last year was unfit far
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For Bale-Honaebold furniture. Everything
— .... ..
i
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’ 74
will go al bargain price« Mre C. F. Sumner,
seed. Thia year the percentage will
no leu distinctive is the
phouv
Odell**.
oHlf
It Is almost time to amend the old run even higher. The work Is done
RAISINS Thompson Seedless
Medford Reed place . on
Del Monte Crosby Corn-1925
any Ing, “Boys will be boys,” to make under the supervision of the high
CRYSTAL WHITE SOAP
For Hale—Dry IB-Inch fir wood, delivered.
Call morn lugs or sveolngs. Halsman Bros.,
State St. Let US show
it read. “Boys would lie men."—Ore­ kchool agricultural teacher. He reports
3
pound«
______________
28/
Pack-Can, 19/; 3 for 55/
phone
4717.
»1011
10
bars
39/
gonian.
that the community will have a sur
you.
Omv the United Htati» senate wa*
lewl«'
Trspneeted
Red«area«
good
as
yon
plus of seed corn this year.
esn buy anywhere. Under <>ffl<*T«> test they
tTigagt d tn caustic re|iartee over the
I.ARROWES BUCKWHEAT FLOUR-Pure, new, 4J-lb. sade. 38/; 9-lb. satk. 69/
The bank» of Conway. Ark., have
aversged over 203 eg«« per bird the paat Iwo
J. W. CRITES
years. Ihla year winning aecond In number
InVcMigatii n of misconduct of student» offered prizes for the most marketable
Agent
and.fi ret In valuation, one of I he two beM rec­
at ▲tiunpolia naval academy or at West sweet potatoes produced on one acre
ord« in America for lbs breed. Ralph h :
WHITE FIGS—Fancy
HERSHEY COCOA
Lswte.
nl2tf
Point military ntv.demy. A speaker of land. A firet prize of *150 is of t
SMALL WHITE BEANS
2
pounds
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25/
i-lb,
pkgs., 15/; 1 lb., 28/
For
Hale
-A
same,
weight
«boat
1000
lbs,
fered,
along
with
three
district
prize«
made thia renjtrft, ‘ Boys will lie boys."
work« double or «fugle. In good condition.
1925 crop, 3 pounds .......
John Sharp Williams, dlntingulriied of *50 each. The county agent and
A
double barreM end a Weber ap le wiper,
the
hanks
are
working
out
the
details
ci o ce of t wo eow«.one Guernsey and one J«r-
Alaiiaman. arose and shot beck thin re-
•e>. both giving good qnantuy of good milk
ADIRONDACK CANE AND MAPLE SYRUP-Tb. b«t
and m.ple ,pnlp p.cked
The County Bankers Association
Tel. 4,-IM, A. J. Grail
*»10if
tort, “And gcutlem»n will 1« gHiitle-
tjJH help to employ a full time counly"
5-room modern residence at
Full
Quart
;;53^
men.”
Forcale—Sue«««on Avalon Way, moatly In
leader this year for boys* and girls’
corner of Seventh and Hazel
commercial orchard. May be subdivided for
Streets, only few blocks from
insklns beautifulraborban home Price «mo
club work In Calhoun, Cherokee and
K«-y term*. Inventisele.
Klghl Inc'iea of
business district. Four full lots
Reports indicate that the storage Buena Vista counties Iowa.
BON AMI CAKE______ 10/
SHUM SHUM OIL
Farmer« irrtealln» Co. Water <o;wltli thle
for gardt-n, already planted to
HEINZ CATSUP
place j R NlekeTeeo. phope 3S6S.
JeCtf
stocks of uftpies are now cunsidctubly
assorted fruits. Garage. Base­
BON AMI POWDER _._„12i/
Whe<i
Diphtluria
Kills
Quart
can
49/
great?'- than for the mn><- period last
For
Bale-
Reti
wood
waler
tank,
saweily,
Large
bottle 25/
ment. 'Furnace in good repair.
(By Frederick D. Stricker, M. D..
18«) »«Hon«. Aleasrlt gtlnder. Tal. 5KST yetir
year More nimli* are being held tin-
As we are leaving for Califor­
rollnlmratlng epidemiologist of Oregon
HAY FOR BALK—Alfolfo, Grein. Hay
tier refiip-ratlon even titan In the year State Board of Health, in cooperation
KERR S BEST PATENT FLOUR
nia, we will sell our home at a
GRONER’S WALNUTS Large Budded Fran
Timothy.Oam.’IfoAey.snd Whrel.ruarentred
of a record crop in 1923. But the situ­ with the United State« Public Health
sacrifice. Will Include furni­
qnalliy. Prost»« ablpment. 1‘rtere upon ap­
49-pound
sack
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52.13
plication. Klcbard Nyman, Walla W«lla,
ture with house or will sell sep­
ation is causing no special worry tor Service).
•wttea— Pound—40/ 2 pounda. .79/
V«ahln,ton.
«Pl.'S»
arately.
Hood River shippers. Th<* early ap
Regarding four deaths from diph­
1«
For
Hale
—
Two
modern
heuere,
one
4
room,
Come and see the property.
pies of this district have been sold. theria in New York, “none of tin* pa­
NURAYA TEA
and tbe oilier • room«. Bargain If lakan at
20TH CENTURY BROOMS 'éJewn
It may be just what you want.
recelvej! antitoxin earlier than
onee lloih in good realdence dlatrlct. Phono
Ktornge .stocks left unsold are limited tient»
2274.
•
. aSU
Turn from State street at Tele­
tbe third <la'v of tlie disease." or
i-lb. package____
Strong,
parlor broom, only
gg
-to staple Newtown«.
Pintean.
phone Building Our home is
three more children who died, one
For Hale—ft aerea, t ml lea ont, 4 room bou»
above Meacham residence on
wns not s<*en fty a' physician for six
plaatered. few boari ng pear«, 100 voua» Del
oloo« Apple«, nlre pretore. r<Mxl well an
Seventh Street.
An nir mali line un and down tlie days nfter tlie disease xtnrted. an-
20TH CENTURY COFFEE—“If al) Coffee were a»
orubr e
•prlng, two bearing «rainal«. 2 In. Farmer'«
for four .days and tlie third for
water beanufal view,all for »MB.IV Hee R.
.F»c!Jfc (Xiaat Is assured, we iu> in- otiitv
he
u«ed.
’
’
gRoasted
today,
on
your
table
tomorrow.
Pound
.¿.47/.
S^d™0"^«
“several (lays.”
Reports such as
MR. GEO. H. BAYLDONE.
F Scott today.
Uhf
■foi’tfitM And, too, the day is not far these are very comnein. nnd are of
For Hal»- Il aereo «pp'e» and iwiare adjoining
'distant when we will nee the mall Hhl|M great importance iu view of the ninny
W.-»t Ba-rett aebool. «room modern hon«e,
small
outlrreak«
of
diphtheria
In
Ore
­
b«rn.
park'n« botta«, and angle bon«». Price
of the air »pending ben«th tlie dome
right. AlaoS aeree abmi U brprlng; non«»,
lately.
FOR SALE
of I mi » ven up and down the Columbia gon
ham anti rhlekan boner. 1 will aall tbe above
.Diphtheria antitoxin lias I ven in
property rhea» if taken
L. H Hmlkh,
gorget
use for nlmo»t 30 yenrs, yet in Ore-
for Hala—!*• Laval aaparalor No. t In good Rt. 4. Boi 57,Hood Rtvar.
$unò Witter (Starter
57>e PARIS FAIR
Overcoats
That New Suit
Hart, Schaffner & Marx,
Clothcraft Clothes and
Oregon City Makes
COUNTY TRAFFIC
OFFICERS MAY GO
Boys Suits
Two Thoughts Predominate
In buying your foodstuffs — Quality
and. Economy. And simultaneously
your mind turns to the
20TH CENTURY STORES
These stores are everting every effort to enforce economical
Food Distribution, of Quality Foods, through the elimination
of unnecessary service. The patronage of thousands upon
thousands of keen discriminating buyers, daily, is ample
proof. It’s the saving on every item in a 20th Century
Store that counts
Offerings Saturday & Monday, Nov. 28 and 30
Julia Groo Invites You
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HOME BARGAIN
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