The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933, February 25, 1926, Image 1

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    VOL XXXVII
HOOD RIVER, OREGON, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1926
“Wright’s Condensed Smoke
The Modern Way-Smoke your meat with
Wright’s Condensed Smoke
Also Wright’s “Ham Pickle1
- BANK
THRIFT
Is the foundation of success. We will help
you lay that foundation by a liberal sav­
ing on parts for your car.
Courteous service, and a man always
This Particular Bank
Our Ad Man much prefers those general advertise­
ments which tend to create a friendly atmosphere ih which
to do business, but his advisers insist thatithere is real
value to definite specific publicity that applies to this
bank. For example:
There are very few country banks in the state that
have a separate vault built expressly for the safe keeping
of customers' securities.
OUR WELL-APPOINTED VAULT, ELECTRICALLY
PROTECTED, WITH ITS SIX INCH, SIX TON
TRIPLE TIME-LOCKED STEEL DOOR
Auto Wreckers on the Highway
affords convenience, safety and protection worthy, the
serious consideration of anyone seeking those features of
bank service which appeal to careful people.
BUTLER
TRUE-TO-NAME NURSERY
BAND MINSTRELS
HEBE WEDNESDAY
H. S. GALLIGAN, Proprietor
OFFERS TO PLANTERS
Apple, Pear, Cherry and Peach
Consisting of the leading
adapted to this locality.
These trees are grown on virgin soil from buds and
scions of my own personal selection and are the finest lot
of trees I have groWn for 26 years, and are absolutely
guaranteed every way. My policy is to sell direct, there­
fore saving agent’s commission.
THE SHOW YOU’VE BEEN WAITING FOR
RIALTO THEATRE
A REAL FIRST AND SECOND PART
MINSTREL SHOW
ONE WHOLE EVENING WITH A RIOT OF FUN
HACKETT
RADIO
CO.
The costuming of this show has cost the sum of
$3000. The Rialto stage will be ablaze with such a
blending of colors as you have never seen before.
ed for Children
parts at less than hair price. Here are a few we have
on the shelf : Buicks, all models to ’22; Chevrolets,
490 and F. B.; Studebaker to '22; Oakland; Olds; Dori
4*6; Overisnds, all modele; Chalmers; Reos; Maxwells
Willya-Knight; Elgin; Paige.
A GOOD STOCK OF TRUCK PARTS
FINE STATIONERY
For Business Man and Orchardist.
O
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BLANK FORMS
or Keeping Account of Every Ranch Activity
They will help you in making your income tax return
In the opinion’of Jnirtice« of the
peace of Oregon, who met in Salem
the find of the week and organ iaed an
association, according to the report
brought back here by Justice F. II.
Blagg, some of the laws of the state
ought to be so modified as to permit
the justices, "To Temper the Wind to
the Shorn Lamb."
"We think the drunken driver law,
which now makes It mandatory that
fines and imprisonment be inflicted,
with no provisions for a parole, should
be modified,” said Justice Blagg. “As
the law now stands no parole can be
invoked, and the only recouraa, where
leniency is desired is for the governor
to issue a pardon. In all justice the
parole should be applied in many such
cases. We also believe the minimum,
mandatory fines in cases of game law
violation should be modified."
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Officers of the new sssociatlon an:
Justice Noble, of Oregon City, pnst-
dent, and Justice Small, of Salem, sec­
retary-tree sun-r.
MEETING TUESDAY