The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933, September 09, 1926, Image 1

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    ATOL. XXXVIII
HOOD RIVER, OREGON,
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Worth Billions !
Wrist Bands
Liniments
on schools bom
•fO.-C.
To teach them, too, that earning money alone
is not enough, but that right handling of funds,
and thrift, are requisites for success.
BANK
ALMOST BOASTFUL
Superlatives, as well as comparisons, are
sometimes odius—we tire of somebody else’s
largest this and grandest that, but, without
seeming to be boastful, we do want to aay that
People Have Clothes
Cleaned By Us
CRAG RAIS SCRATCH
is worthy of special mention,
few banks, in towns of this
with a separate vault, used
the bank's customers.
*W
We make them LOOK BETTER; KEEP
their SHAPE; and SAVE thenTHONEY I
The best gartnents lose their freshness after
being worn a little while-OUR BUSINESS
IS TO MAKE THEM LOOK AS FRESH
AS NEW.
Clothes lose that well tailored shape—OUR
BUSINESS IS TO RESTORE THAT
SHAPE.
Phone
1014
And—naturally, clothes don't last forever;
but onr business is to make them last lon­
ger - THEREFORE WE 8AVE YOU
MONEY!
MEYER <a SMITH
Member Federal Reserve System
HERE is no sport that has displayed
more tolerance in its fight for recog*
nition than has swimming. Down thru
the ages swimming has been known as
a sport, dating back to the stone era, when
they wrote pages of swimming history on stone.
Today it is considered a fundamental part of
every person's education.
Swimming builds a beautiful body, long and
supple muscles, strong and powerful lungs. It
molds, it makes and lengthens the life of a per*
son who has found enjoyment in the exercise
of a daily or bi-weekly swim.
To both men and women the exercise given
by swimming aids to keep one in the pink of
When one has once mastered the
condition.
art, he or she may present themselves as an
excellent example of manhood or womanhood.
Work!
Is the old woodpile of SIN
blocking your way into
Father*« IIouaeT
YOU ARE INVITED to COME this SUNDAY, SEPT. 12, to
THE CHRISTIAN AND MISSIONARY ALLIANCE
Mt h
DUCTION FALLS OFF
11.00a.m. Sermon:
7.30p.m. Subject:
,
“Exposition of Paa. Ill
“In the Death Cell.**
C ome W ith Y our F riends !
Wonderful Singing!
ON APPLES AND PEARS
We are now making sales of
Winter Nellis, Anjous and other
varieties of late pears, and are
prepared to pay good prices. J’
DUCKWALL BROS
Will deliver any place in Hood River.