THE HOOD RIVER NEWS, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15, 1910 9 J. F. REYNOLDS Plumbing and Tinning We install Heating Plants of all kinds Mood River Height For Lime, Cement and House Plaster See STRANAHAN & CLARK Horses Home Stables Conducted is a .. General Transfer, Feed and Sale Business .. The way to drive out to Little White Salmon camping and fishing. The shortest anil best route to Trout Lake and all way points Both local and long distance telephone. Call or write J. L. STUART Underwood MANAGLR Washington When ordering your "GROCERIES RLMLMBLR THAT Kinnaird & Kinsey Have a Full and New Line ' Also.... FI.OUR AND FEED If you can't call, Tela phono 78 Successors to CHAPMAN, on 12th St., on the Heights To the discriminating Housewife: We have installed some new machinery and CUPID FLOUR will now make the bvhitcst, lightest bread of any flour on Hood River market if handled rightly. It does not require as stiff working as others. Next time ask your grocer for CUPID and if he will not furnish it, trade with someone who will. A It is made in Hood 'Ri-Ocr . Kood Riser ITliCfing Company GO T06A Dabncy9J Furniture Store You Can Get Anything You Want Either New or Second Hand For Your Home Very Cheap Agent for CHARTER OAK Stoves and Ranges Guaranteed Cheapest Outfitters Phone 1053 STRAWBERRY GROWERS Of Hood River Valley MJ'l A. TN A FEW WEEKS, almost be fore you know it, the BERRY SEASON will be at hand, and from all reports the crop will be a large one. TA Annie Growers Union will shil) berries this year, and with its splendid stor age equipment and shipping facilities will be in position to help you get the best possi ble returns for your crop. ' We want your business, and in favoring us you will also help yourselves by building up an institution that is owned and controll ed exclusively by growers of Hood River Frulf. O APPLE GROWERS UMON i lit vi uaaut :-: For a "Sane Fourth." ;j II E recent order of Mayor Gaynor of New York forbid ding the sale of fire works, firecrackers, etc., from Jane 10 to July 10 and edicts along the same lines by tbe authorities lnotbercommunltles have started a na tion wide movement to make the Fourth of July hereafter a noiseless one. One of the plans to bring this about la tbe forming of a national organization, tbe work of wblcb will be to call to the attention of every community tbe long list of Independence day casualties caused by tbe use of explosives and In other ways Induce them to confine the celebrations to parades, field sports, pyrotechnic displays safely and skill fully conducted, etc. This matter of having what la called a "sane Fourth of July" has been agi tated for several years, but not since it started have so many executives taken it up and expressed their ap proval of the move as at present President Taft has Indorsed It and ex pressed his Interest In It In a letter as follows: "I am heartily In sympathy with the movement to rid the celebration of our country's natal day of those distress ing accidents that might be avoided and are merely due to a recklessness against which the public protest can not be too emphatic. Last year, owing to the work of those who are agitating tbe "sane 3 1 iV, COAST APPLE YIELD WILL BE IMMENSE A W'uHhlntfton dlxputch ttnys that tbe t-plundld pronpects for fruit In New Kulund and the l'uclfle coast stati'H utmost counterbalance the poor xhowlnjr ' the central Hiatt'H, where early frost j?ot In tolling work, according to a report made public by the Department of Agriculture on geni-rul crop growth. The condition of the tipple crop In reported to le more than eight point below last year, or ."V1.0 as compared with a normal condition. The li)-year average for apples Is ii'J.H In New Kngland and on the Pacific count the crop promise to Im meiine, but in such big apple Htateti as Ohio and Missouri there will be only about one-third of a crop. Lame shoulder In almost In variably cauwd by rheumatism of the muscles and yields quickly to the free appll catlou of Chamberlain's Llnlmeiit. Thin liniment In not only prompt and effectual, but In no way diHugreeable to line. Sold by all dealers'1. EXCHANGE OR SELL Good Portland residence on corner lot, 1 block west of Laurelhurst. Will sell for $1200 cash, balance monthly payments; or will take $1200 in Hood River land as first payment. Marlon MacRae, phone 145. Water Worlrs on the Farm Yd, thst's Juat what wt mean ml water works; runnisf water in th kitchen, the bathroom. th laundry, th barn in fact, all over the place. And it's all done by that tank; you see ia the lower left hand corner of thia picture the Leader Sytera. It t easily different from th old-fashioned elevated tank which worked by fravity. For the , Leader Water Supply System ia operated by tomfrmnl air reliable, nit and cleanly. Your windmill pumpa oater into the tank (which ia already full of air). The air, beiua; clastic, ia compressed into upper part of the tank, and force tbe water out through the pipea. Thia fives you pressure, so that a powerful stream of water is on Up at every faucet, no matter where it ia located. And this means atta int JLre-froteclion, for the preseure is alway, a and always ready. Now, the old style gravity tanks were either put ia tbt attic or sit ated on a high tower out of doors. la the former caaa. their weight when full, cracked the plastering; or they overflowed or leaked, flooding tbe rooms below. In the caw of the outside tanks, the water Often froie solid in winter, necoaitating expensive plumb ing bills; or it became bot and stagnant during; tbe summer and unfit for use The Leader Water Supply System ............ t- i. trt avoids su mis, necaunc me air-ugni ibtik is either in the basement or buried under- 6 round below the frost line. Every outfit i complete, with full directions, snd is easily installed. The Leader System needs no repairs, is suited to small buildings or large, and is moderate, in price. Tt us snd you our fre baoklet. "How I fculved tba Water Supply Problem." the i story of s man who successfully equipped his country bom with modern water works. Write for It today, before you forget a. rrrir 1; I A ) It! LEADtR TAWJ I - I -.f. ' ' at Address or Enquire Apple Land and Orchard Company Oltioo, No. O Oak Street, Phone 26 or 2Q02K, Hood River AFTEB THS CRLEBBATIOK. Fourth" Idea, there were fewer acci dents than on any Independence day In some years, tbe statistics showing thirty deaths. This was an unusually small number, but In 1900 a number of cities bad adopted the plan. Fig ures gathered show tbe number of people killed and maimed In tbe last seven successive observances of the national holiday was much greater than tbe combined losses of tbe Amer ican forces In seven Important battles of tbe Revolution. During the last Ave years the death list totals 1,153 and the list of Injured 21.C20. Of the Injured, 88 were totally blinded, 389 partially blinded. 888 lost legs, arms or bauds and 1,007 lost fin gers. During tbe Inst seven years blank cartridges alone have gathered In a death harvest of 794. mostly boys between tbe ages of six and eighteen years. "But, gee, ma, how kin ns fellers show bow we licked tbe Brltlshr mournfully asks the small boy of bis mother when tbe matter is laid before him. A way Is being found all. over the land. Ilere Is how Washington cele brated the Fourth last year: During the day there were patriotic public en tertainments at which the Declaration of independence was read and patriot ic addresses delivered. Then there was an automobile floral parade, tbe cars being decorated with flowers and flags, and many other affairs that de lighted both young and old in tbe cap ital. At night there were many dis plays of fireworks, tbe abolition of Vfhlcb Is no part of the program of those desiring a "sane Fourth." They want fireworks, but want them ban died by experienced men so as to avoid accidents. Not one gunpowder acci dent was reported in Washington dur ing the day, while on tbe Fourth of 1908 there were 104. In the cities that adopted the "sane Fourth" plans last year and in those preparing to do so In 1910 tbe pageant idea predominates, with floats repre senting local historical scenes as well as those of natlonnl Interest. In Pitts burg over $100,000 will be expended on the coming Fourth along these lines. The historical and artistic displays now being arranged promise to excel any thing of the kind ever before shown there. Besides the hlstorlcol scenes, other flonts will show the city's Indus trial greatness. Many excellent field sports have also been arranged to in terest tbe boys. Suits Like This Hrc to be seen and judged by alt men of this town It is one of tbe new patterns; our first cboicc of all clotbcs It will be yours too, wben you see bow it wears and proves its goodness. Cluett Shirts are especially attractive in de sign. No more expensive than the ordi nary ones, $1,25 and $1.50 J. G. VOGT (59232 SUPERBE Imported French Black Percheron Stallion ON STAND AX -- transfer & iv)ery Co. s 5ta6fes IN PERFECT CONDITION FOR THE SEASON Hood River Percheron Horse Co.