The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933, September 09, 1926, Image 11

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drove Orange hall Thursday evening.
Ju llTen by the AmericSii
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beglon Auslllary. Bud’s Aos» playing.
„ “*Bt!,a*cvr*ted «*«• *nd art novel-
M. U Hasbronck. optometrist,
^-a?e,trU<,e Wh‘*1*
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ln th*
Cascade avenue at 10th street.
Building. Seo ft. E. BcoU.
alBtf
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U. 8- Buck, a lumberman of Lyto,
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Wraeksrs.un the Heishta.
» Parte for all ear».
11 *•» here last Ratirday on busl-
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V LOCAL MENTION
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Frankton schoolhouse Friday evening
for the teachers. A short program will
be given and refreabmenta wlU be
served.
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Fishing season opens Friday at neon.
We should have a good supply of can­
ning salmon for a few days. Fioyd U
Wright. Tel. 1784.
upeued
□•e Tuesday
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to learn and
a ' i ?; i'' . , X
enjoy the aoags and atorie», baud work
- WE CAN FURNISH YOU WITH
Miss Virginia Vaughan, daughter of and rythmlca of the «ourae.
Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Vaughan, will leave
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Mm Peart V. Looswell, anneotbetiet
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I>r**ma''inr!Hbop1 Butler Banking Co., ia on a vacatiou Monday for Milla college, where abe at the Sea Faandaco hospital, acvom
tour to Alaska.
in the Davidaon building.
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will matriculate thia fall.
»•»orti«- I>^te«akiog. Retnodelinr
eling. r.
The Livingstone« arrived home laat here visiting her parent» Mr. and Mra.
vlB,t w,th her «taughter, Mfe.
Mm Myddux, Cobb Apartments al2tf
al2 C. T. lerrlll, of Bend, Mm. Georgianna week after spending three weeks tn a W. G, WylK
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Wallpaper! Wallpaper I 3,000 rolls
Buttercrust bread 1» bard to beat. Rand Is again at home in Hood River. revival meeting in Coos county, and
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Your grocer wiR supply It.
of wallpaper at catalogue price» from
St. Mark's Guild will hold a bake one week resting at Seaaid?.
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En route with a party to central 10 cents a ruU np. Paint, U7D per
Bolster springs for orchard wagons urday*
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8at-
Oregon, F. P. Knapp, of the Peninsular gallon. H. 8. Braakman, Phone 1284.
in stock at Beuuett Brothers.
J. H. McFadden and family, of Cedar Lumber Co., of Portland, stopped Sat­ Rialto Bldg.
J. P. Naunies and family motored to
Mm rioronca Read, of Lewiston,
Portland Friday.
Rapids, la., hare arrived here seeking urday for a visit with E. O. Bianchar.
A. 8. Kolatad motored to Portland Ida., past graad chief of Oregon Pyth­
Oapt Wilbur waa in Bend last Fri­ a new home location.
ian Sister» spent the.week encl iu Hood
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day on Irrigation matter»
Bone, who has been seriously last week to meet hia children, who River calling on frienda. While here
A DANDY SCISSOR FOR LJTTLE MONEY.
had been at Chehalis, Wash., visiting
ill
at
his
home
on
Oak
street,
wss
re
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C. P. Sonnfcbseu has returned from
she waa the grnat ef Mm Jeunie Hunt.
their grandmother.
ported much improved yesterday.
a vacation at the beaches.
After.a visit here with Mrs. Beck­
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Rogcoe
McLaughlin,
of
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Don’t forget the dance at the Pine
Eocene Coal Oil stops smoking and
Council Bluffs, la., arrived laat week ley's parent» Dr. aad Mra. Jesse Edg­
«mailing oil stove«, la bulk at F rant Grove Grange hall Thursday -evening, for a visit with their relatives, Mr. ington, Mr. and Mm A. W. Beckley
September 9, given by the American
and children have left to return to
and Mrs. J. P. Pomeroy.
their home at San Antonio, Tax.
Painting, pap«rh«nglng and kalaomin- Legion Auxiliary. Bud’a Acea playing.
After
a
visit
here
with
her
mother,
W.
N.
Byars
left
last
week
with
hia
iug done by Braakman are always guar­
We make wedding and birthday
J. L. Herahner, Mra. C. C. Lem­
anteed. Tel. 1284 next to Rialto theatre. son, William, for Goldendale, Wash., Mrs.
mon and daughter have returned to cakea to order. Have you seeu the
for
a
visit
with
his
father,
W.
F.
ssmplea ln our windows? Hood River
Dr. C. H. Jenkins and family have Byars.
their home in Medford.
—ALL PRICES-DOWN TO FIVE CENTS
Bakery.
returned from their vacation at Can­
Mra.
F.
E.
Newell,
recovering
at
the
I. D. Holderman has arrived here
non beach.
Don’t forget the dance at the Pine
Hood River hospital from an attack of
Paul, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. 8. Kelr, from Portland and I ihs opened a shop typhoid fever, is rallying from an oper­ Grove Grange hall Thursday evening,
on
Fourth
street,
oppoalte
the
Rialto
September 9, given by the American
is recovering at a Portland hospital building, for repair of typewriters.
ation performed Saturday.
from aa attack of nasal diphtheria.
Don’t forget thb dance at the Pine Legion Auxiliary. Bud’s Aces playing.
J. W. Cllaer, who formerly resided
One of the moot aUuring boxes of
Mm H. J. Frederick spent several at Waverly and Heattie, Wash., and Grove Grange ball Thursday evening,
OPEN EVENINGS, UNTIL • O’CLOCK
days in Portland the past week on Mra. Cllcer have arrived here seeking 8eptenii>er 9. given by the American fruit recently seen here was exhibited
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Edmund
Gehrig,
of
Summit,
at
the
Ix-gion Auxiliary. Bud’s Acea playing.
business and visiting her son’s family. a home location.
Kelr
drug
store
laat
week.
The
box
Mr. and Mrs. Fred II. Weiss motored
The Woman's Relief corps will meet
Misa Joyce Nye, who had l»een visit­
contained enormous peaches and plum»
Saturday afternoon at 2 o’clock at the ing Miss Mary Lou Hendry at Wood­ up from Portland Saturday evening to
Wayne Frank is the name of the
W. O. W. hall over the Elec-trio kitc-iien. num t Iteach, on l’uget sound, returned visit over Labor day with Mrs. Weiss’
patents, Mr. and Mra. H. J. Frederick. bouncing baby boy born to Mr. and
I^eroy Childs has completed a com­ home last week.
> A. C. Lofts is recovering at St. Vln- Mm. La Verne Bowlby August 31 at
modious sun parlor at his home on Oak
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We make wedding and birthday <«ut*s hospital in Portland from a seri­ the home of her parent» Mr. and Mm
street
Frank J. Simptwa, on Alameda Way.
cakes to order. Have you seen the
II. W. Daggett, Lyle, Wash., apple samples in our windows? Hood River ous operation. Hia friends will be
Mr. and Mra. James Heaton and
glad
to
know
that
he
will
soon
be
home
grower and shipper, was here Monday Bakery.
daughter, Mary Jane, and Mrs. Iscuni
again.
preparing for the harvest.
Don’t forget the dance at the Pine
Mra. Mary Fletcher, who had been Olapp and daughter, Charlett, spent
Portland friends have been visiting Grove Grange ball Tburaday evening, spending
several weeks with relatives Sunday and Monday with Mr. and Mm
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Septemlwr 9, given by the American
and
friends
at her old home, Murdock, Harry dapp and family in Cama» Wn.
Scbuknecht in the Barrett district.
Legion Auxiliary. Hud's Aces playing. Minn., returned to hw East Side home
Prof. K F. Henderson, in charge of
Don’t forget the dance at the Pine
the University of Oregon collection of
A reception will be held at the last Thursday morning.
flora and fauna of the state, returned
from Eugene last week to »¡tend some
time here looking after his orc hard.
Mrs. Robert J. Kirkwood arrived
from Berkeley, Oallf.. last week for a
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visit with her parent» Mr. and Mra.
J.'K. Catfon. Mm Kirkwood was en
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route to Seattle, where she will teach
the coming year.
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Mra. Ida M. Pickerel, of Blakesburg.
Ia., who has been here several weeka
visiting her cousin, Mrs. II. J. Fred­
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erick, left Monday for Isw Angeles,
Oalif., to spend the winter with rela-
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Mrs. C. H. Hletton has made frequent
visits'to Portland thia summer attend­
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ing musical lecture» given by David
Patterson, eminent composer and pian­
ist, and I^isar Hatuoifoff, famous voice
teacher, both of New York city.
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I will be at Kelly Brother« Hardware
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Store on each and every Saturday. Will
aharpen all kinda of «eiseors, knives,
V-Tw
razors and bair clippem Prices reason­
Mr. and Mr» a 8. B<-hoU and daugh­
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WEDDINGS
bikini
able and satiafaction guaranteed. Geo. ter, MI m Oosette, who rwrntlj re­
F T. Prather.
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turned from an European tour, arrived
Lodici
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Sturdy, abort-turning orchard trucks. Hunday from Indianapolis for a visit
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AU hickory axles and oak reach. Steel With Mr. Hcholl’a slater» Mra. R. E.
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fifth wheel in place of bounds permits te-ott and Mr» Robert Bartol, and fam­
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short turn and easy handling ln or­ ine» The rialtora will be taken on
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chard. Five-inch dree optional. Hee motor tours through various parts of
The delicious fruit of the '
the Pacific northwest.
them at Bennett Brothers.
tropics. Large sliced—
Mr. and Mr». Heth Laraway and two
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children, Miaere Jtee*tellne and Eu-
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pbemea, of Eugene, motored up Hunday
by way of McKencie peas an« Una children, Edria and Jansa, Jr„ were the
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for a visit with Mr. Imraway’e parent» guests of Mr. and Mm Geo. T. Newman
Mr. and Mm W. F. Laraway.
per can
Friday, returning home by way of the
Mm C. M. William» Mm Emma Loop highway.
92M per dos.
Broslus and Mlaa Charlotte Brcsdus
Mm W. F. Witham returned home
Saturday afternoon, Auguat 28, at
When it is a 20TH CENTURY purchase you know it’s clean,
drove to Yakima Saturday, «pending last week after spending a few months
the week end with Mr. and Mm J. E. In Portland and Twin Rocks, greatly Vancouver, Wash., Mlaa Frances Has­
Here is an opportunity to
sell I ms » me the bride of Charlea March­
Shelves and cases are cleaned regularly, each can and package care-
Shannon. They also visited the fam Improved in health.
bank at a quiet wedding ceremony.
lay
in a supply of this fine
ily of Bev. W, B. Young, former local
Mr. and Mm Cha» Marchbank and
Mra. Marchbank la the daughter of
fully protected against dust accumulation, New stock shipped in daily i
Methodist pastor.
family, of Estacada, were visiting with Mr. and Mrs. A Hassell of this city. fruit for desserts, salads, etc.
Mrs. J. H. Crenshaw and Mm Gladys relatives here last week.
81 h > attended the schools here and also
fresh from our new warehouse.
Giliiert will opeu the ir new kindergar
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I Ji lian Bishop was the guest of Zelda taught In the grades here for several
ten with a reception Friday afternoon
years.
from 3.30 to « o’clock. They ere ex­ Morse the flrat of last week and Mias
Mr. Marehbank is the son of James
tending a very cordial invitation to aU Zelda spent the latter part of last week Marchbaiik,
of Hood River, and for
Interested in kindergartens and kinder­ with the Llngren family in the country.
Mr. and Mm Guj A. Pound and Mra. sons1 time has Issv) connected with the “Fine for Frying Chicken”
garten equipment.
Marchbaiik confectionery store, where
Miss Jessie Howes, who spent the (!r»‘ta Tbom|MS>n, of The Dalle» were he won many friends, due to his ever
visiting
with
Mr.
and
Mm
A.
L.
Car-
summer vacation here with her pereata,
pleasant manners and congenial way»
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Mr. and Mm A. F. Howes, baa returned michael Monday.
Special This Week
Mr. and Mra. Marchbank
Iting are
with*Mr
Mr.
and
Mm
Ernest
William»
of
to her school in Heattie. Mlaa Ruth
Ing their honeymoon viaiC
Weatport,
were
calling
on
their
friends
Howe» after a D-wvek vacatiou in
Marchbank'a relatives in
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Hood River
STRAINED HONEY—Absolutely pure.
PINEAPPLE—Broken slices.
Packed the
Montana, ha» returns! home. Sbe will here labor day en their way around and with frienda at The Dalle».
the
mountain.
Packed in Mason jars. Pint 29/
same as whole sliced except slices may
resume bar music class soo*.
They have not decided definitely just
Paul Kirk was a Portland visitor where tliey will make their home, but
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be slightly broken in otto or two
Mr. end Mm W. M. Black and »on,
Keftoa, have returned from an auto­ last week.
their many friends in the community
places. Rich, mellow fruit
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mobile tour that carried them as far
Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Eherley and son, rimvrely hope that they will decide to
Large cans, 8 for-------------------------- UaFC
south as northern California. They Iaonard, of Bend, and Mr. and Mm remain here.
CAMPBELL’S BEANS-the Beans with the
toured over the Redwood highway and P. L. Boardwell and daughter, of Port­
The News joins with numerous
rich tomato sauce. Economical, whole­
visited the Coos Bay country, where land. visited with Tom Fisher and friends in offering congratulations and
some food. The “Big” Tins.
SWANS DOWN CAKE FLOUR - Especially
Mr. Black waa formerly engaged aa a family over the week end.
l»est wishes for a long and happy
Three for__________________ __
prepared for making light, flufiy 9 7/»
tester.
Mm C. A. I’uddy is Mill seriously marrh-d life.—Estacada News.
cakes. Large package---------------Oil
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Mr. and Mra. a W. Melcher, who ill at the Good Samaritan hospital In
■I I had been »pending three weeks here Portland.
I visiting their Oak Grove orchard place,
BRAZIL NUTS 1926 Crop. Excep- QC-
A almplo home wedding was solem­
Chas. M. Dyer, of the Auto Motive
n 1 left last week to return to their home service, has moved hia family hen* nised Saturday, September 4, at 3 p.
tionally good quality. 2 pounds..... ÛDC
CALENDAR GREEN BEANS-1926 pack. An
R in Chicago. While here Mr. and Mra. from Portland.
m, when Miss Florence Marie Ben­
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unusually good grade of standard OQz»
■J I Meicber visited Psradine park on the
son was given in marriage to Denny
J.
A.
Marchbank
went
to
North
cut refugees. Can, 10/: .3 for—
■ west side of Hood Mr. Meh her said
Yakima Monday of last week, return­ Ellison Oslxirn at the home of her par­
DEL MONTE CATSUP.
I he wn« disappointed in not seeing the ing
ents. Mr. and Mr». E. N. Benaon, Rev.
home Thursday.
■ I flowered meadow» there. The Sowers
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F. G. Hart officiating.
Alice Gibson, of Castle Rock, visited
R I bloomed very early thin neaaon.
The bride was becomingly attired in
CITRUS POWDER. Large pack-
AT
with her grandparent» Mr. and Mra. a dr<-ss of rosewood georgette over
ages, 28/. Two packages for----- 43C
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Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Allen, of Beattie. A.
C.
Stevens,
over
the
week
end.
crepe de chene. After a light luncheon
■ I where Mr. Alien Is with the Puget
MINCED RAZOR CLAMS. Free from sand.
Barney Gorton is visiting a few the happy couple left for Portland and
□ I Bound Savings and Trust Co., were
Serve scalloped clams as a meat substi­
weeks
with
bis
mother.
coast points.
■ | here over the week end for a visit with
SNOWDRIFT—A highly refined purely veg­
tute. A moat appetising dish.
AC,.
II Mr. Allen’» brother», of Central Vale.
Mr. and Mra. Cecil Hickey and Mies­
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etable shortening.
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■ land families. They were accompanied es Ollie and Marie Fisher motored to
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■ I by their small daughter and »on. Mr. Portland Monday. Misa Ollie will at­
The
wedding
of Glen Green and Miss
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■ and Mra. Allen bad l«en spending a tend the lAurelhnrat normal school Cedle Mowers occurred Saturday after­
11 week In Portland with Mr. Alien's par- there this winter.
noon at the Asbury Methodist parson­
ROYAL BAKING POWDER—
Ri aa
□ ent» Mr. and Mra. W. I). Allen. Mra.
Max Taylor, of the Shell Oil Co., to age. Rev. Hamrick officiated.
WESSON OIL - Excellent for frying and
12 oz. Can, 43/. 2i lb. Can ÿl.ZSf
■ I Allen stated that her mother, Mr». V. taking hl» vacation thia week.
baking aa well as making mayon- JQ
TIC. Brock, who ha» nj>ent the summer
Badt-Wllkra
E. J. Hints is back as night watch­
M I on the Atlantic coaxt, I h now in Maaaa-
naise. Quart can------------------ I------- "t«2C
Sunday afternoon Miss Esther I. Wil­
man on the Heights again. W. H.
■ I chuaetts.
KELLOGG’S PEP—Puts pep into
who was taking his place. Is ken. of The Dalles, was married to
^1 A farewell party for Mra. Fanny Carrigan,
your stop. Package. 10/; 3 1
with Geo. Mellon's grocery.
J. E.. Back, of Portland. The ceremony
12 miles from Hood River
MARKET DAY RAISINS -Choice un- QQ
■ I Paddock Miller. Mrs. F. G. Hutchinson
was performed by Rev. Rimpson Ham­
Mr.
and
Mra.
R.
L.
Van
Clae
and
lit
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on Loop Highway
J I and Miss Margretta Johimon was given
bleached Thompsons.
4 lb. bag «J«/C
rick.
Mrs.
Pearl
Mochley
acted
aa
■ by Mr. and Mrs H. F. Aitken last Frl- tle eon, accompanied by Mr. and Mra. bridesmaid and J. E. Mochiay attended
DEL MONTE PEAS — 1926 pack. Medium
R I day evening. Mine Goodenough, R. B. Cecil Johnson and Mra. J. A. McLeod, the groom. Mr. and Mrs. Back took a Come and enjoy good music by
aize sweet tender peas.
QCs»
■ I Bennett and J. W. Crites were lauded went to Kelso, Wash., Saturday.
ESSIE S FOUR ORCHESTRA
honeymoon trip to Mt. Angel. They
CRYSTAL WHITE SOAP. Pure soap
Mr. and Mm W. H. McCully and will reside In Hood River and will
HI I by their peers as the Hiirpaaaing con-
2
cans
for
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who have just finished the
all through. 10 bare-------------- —
JI veraattonalists of the game as played. little daughter visited friends in Salem be at-home to their many friends after
H leapt. Chas. A. R<iietky, the nearly- and Eugene the latter part of the week. Heptember ID.
season at Thornton’s Lake.
RI centenarian father of the hostess,
Mr. and Mm Harry Nelson and
CIGARETTES. Camels, Lucky >T 1ft
LIBBY'S BULK—The nearest to fresh or
■ I roused again the admiration of the daughter, Mias Beatrice, of Portland,
Strikes or Chesterfields. Carton £ 1 » 1 «F
11 party by his heroic reeitattons. Fol- were the week end guests of Mrs. Nel-
cream. Tall cans, 3 for--------------. £«Jl
□ I lowing the delicious refresbmeats, mu- son's parent» Mr. and Mra. W. F.
91 steal numbers concluded the evealng.
Witham.
SPERRY’S PANCAKE FLOUR—Makes ren
□ | F. A. Olmsted will leave this week on
Mr. and Mra. J. R. Reea and non.
COCOA--In Bulk.
dandy hot cakes. No. 10 sack____
■ lone of his semi-annual tours of the Aubrey, motored around Mount Hood
Absolutely pure. 2 pounds..
■ I Pacific northwest apple district» On Bnnday.
In order to prevent the spread of
a ;.
JI the trip this time he will make an
Mr. and Mm F. M. Slavens, of Port­ contagions dlseaaea among school chil­
FLOUR -KERR’S BEST PATENT *<| QQ
9 «special study of the trend of various land. were the gneste of Mr. and Mm dren. the Count> Health nmociation la
2OTH CENTURY COFFEE. When better cof­
j I sections toward the elimination of Joe Fletcher over Labor day.
49 pound sack...---------------------- wl«afO
seeking th* cooperation of all teacher»
9 I spray residues. Hpray manufaMnrer»
fee is roasted, it will be 20th Century.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hoss, of Cen­ and fruitgrowers. For the paat two
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well
as
apple
growers
an
very
Direct from our roaster to you always in­
tralia. Wash., have been vtadting their year* disease» starting at apple har­
JI much Interested In the evolution of jurante, Mr. and Mra. A. C. Stevens. vest time, when families of itinerant
FLOUR CROWN.
sures this high
■ I methods that will prevent Insert dam- They were accompanied by Lncile Rte- worker» crowd the district, have
49 pound sack..
II age to apples and at the same time vens. who will attend school there this reached epidemic proportion» among
at a low price.
I i nslih- growers to prej»«’* their fruit winter.
children.
91 for market without the praaance ’ of
Mr. and Mm Harry Howell and fam­
The aaaoclatten has sent letter» to
JI residues that ar» taboo by the govern- ily spent Labor day at Hermiston.
all teacher», asking that all children
Mr. and Mm O. B. Woolpert visited be excluded from school the moment
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Mm Ik N. Hansell and san, Dan fritwids and relative» In Heattie over they show symptoms of illness of any
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HI Hansell, of Banford. Fin., haw been at the week end.
form. Letter» have gone to all orchard­
II Dee Fiat the guest of Mr. and Mm
lira. C. p. Havens was a dinner fats asking that they report to health
I |M. R. Catherwood. Mr. Hansell ac- gneat of Mr. and Mra. H. L. Keenan authorities promptly on cases of con­
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NI companled Mr. Oathcrwood to the city at The Dalles Tueeday.
tagion among their workers.
J last Friday. Mr. Hansell*» father la
Nelson Emr.v, president of the body,
II n n < >flMn I of the Coast railway. The
Bert Mbldloewart, who ia in charge presided. County Nurse Weaver made
Mr.
J young man 1» an ardent booster for of the LoRdon orchard» In the Tapper a report at a meeting, which was held
3 Florida and for the city of Hanford. Valley, was here yesterday preparing last Friday at the chamber of com-
■ I‘The City Substantial "
for the harvest.
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Pencils, Pens, Erasers, T
Thermos
ttles, Lunch Kits, Etc.
SCHOOL SCISSORS
Waterman and Parker Pens and Pencils,
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Scripto Pencils, Ingersoll Pencils,
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