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THE HOOD RIVER NEWS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1910
Opera Rouse Corner
4th and Stale Sts.
WE ARE SHOWING OUR LARGE FALL STOCK OF
Tin and Granitware
Everything tor tbi Bouse New or Second Band.
Agents lor CHARTER OAK
Stove and Ranges
O. P. DABNEY & SONS,
CANDIDATES FILE THE HOOD RIVER
EXPENSE ACCOUNTS WOMAN'S CLUB
LI CENTRAL MEAT MARKET
P. C. YOUNG. Proprietor
Fresh and Cured Meats, Fish, Oysters
BUTTER AND EGGS
Fit EE JXD l'EOMl'T DELIVERY
Phone Main 6 Hood River, Oregon M
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First Class Livery
Transfer and Livery Company
Freight and Baggage Transfer
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
Horses Home Stables
Conducted as i
.. General Transfer, Feed and Sale Business ..
The way to drive out to Little White Salmon camping and fishing. The
shortest and best route to Trout Lake and all way points
Both local and Ions dia lance telephones. Call or write
J. L. STUART
To the discriminating Housewife:
We have installed some new machinery and
will now make the tvhitcjt, tightest
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-Ver J
Jtooh Riser fTCiCCing Company
any part of the
Apple and Pear Boxes
The various- cnndldutee (or Kepub
Mono and Democrat nomination be
fore the primaries have filed their ex
enne accounts with County Clerk
George D. Culbertaon, stating the
amount which they expended in '
their campaign. Each candidate 1
l-ollowlnjj are a (ew mitfKt-Htlons
f'r creating a District federation of
the Woman' Club. They are the
initln point that would enter Into
the Ht-heiiie of dlMtrlctlnx the state,
and the n,uentlon for you to consider
It whether you think the chnnite
limited to $100, but no anplrant for would 1 a benefit to the club work
otHce spent half the amount which
the law allowed him. Chna. N.
Clarke, the succextiful candidate for
county Judge tiled the highest ex
pense bill, stating that his nomina
tion cost him $11 70, while A. C.Buck,
who was the Republican nominee for
Justice of the peuce, got out with the
least expense, 73 cents.
Ninety-five per cent of the expenses
were for advertising, printed matter
and distributing the same. Notary
fees and petitions cost some of the
candidates a few dollars. W. E.
Ilnnson, nominee for clerk on the Re
publican ticket, speut $4 for livery
and C. N. Clarke spent $2 for adver
tising In the picture shows. Henry
L.. Howe, candidate for the Republi
can nomination for assessor, spent
fit', which was the largest amount
expended by a defeated candidate,
while J. M. Kchmeltaer, who had no
opposition or the nomination as
treasurer, spent $10 !W, the largest
amount any of the "hands down"
winners paid. In nearly every In
stance the candidates who were sue
cessful had the largest expense ac
counts. Wm. Ganger, the sole Dem
ocrat candidate, spent $10 for adver
tising and received the nomination
of his party for sheriff.
The candidates and the amounts
spent by them are as follows: Judge
X. Clarke, 111. 70; Newton Clark,
$10.2.1; G. D. Woodworth, $10. Com
missioners J. R. Steele, 13.65; O.
H. Rhodes, $10; Cbns. Stelnhauser,
10; G. A. McCurdy, X Clerk W.
E. Hausoi), $27.42; F. If. Isenberg,
$12.50. Sheriff Thos. Johnson. $17.
25; G. R. Castner, $12.25. Assessor
11. I,. Howe, $22; Jasper Wlckham,
$13. Surveyor Murray Kay, $37.25;
1'. M. Morse. $10.55; C. M. Hurlburt,
$10.50; H. X. Hackett, $5. Treasurer
J. M. Kchmeltzer, $10.30. Superin
tendent of Schools C. D. Thompson,
$1.05. Justice A. C. Ruck, 75 cents.
Constable Eph dinger, 80 cents.
Democrat Sheriff Wm. Ganger, $10.
Democrat Constable H. Hlckox, $2.
EDUCATE THE CHILD;
BENEFIT THE STATE
We are on the crest of a greut con
servation wave. It is being debated
everywhere. The press, pulpit and
platform are freely used for Its pro
mulgation. Men differ on the ques
tion of method, but all agree upon
the great Importance of the conser
vation and proper use, and all con
demn the waste of natural resources.
Hut what are our uatural re
sources? Tlmler, coal, water power,
fish, wild game, etc. What about
the child life as n resource, and Its
conservation? Educate the child
and you benefit the state. Educa
tion suppresses crime. Eighty-three
per cent of the prisoners In the peni
tentiary at Walla Walla have less
than fourth grade education. All
educational Institutions, then, are of
great value, for every dollar spent
returns to the state big dividend.
The Normal schools of this state,
whose chief aim Is the training of
teachers, are wcullnrly of great
value In our great and growing
commonwealth. The colleges assist
Individuals, who become a direct
asset to the state; the Normal
schools educate mid train teachers,
who, In turn, leave their Impress
upon thirty or forty children during
their plastic yenrs. These children
frequently come from Indifferent, Ig
norant and sometimes criminal
homes, In which If any training is
glrenlt Is of an Inferior sort. The
first lessons of oU-dlence, of self con
trol, of unselfishness are often given
by the faithful teacher. Good teach
ers, then, are the most valuable asset
for the conservation of the boys and
girls that nny state can have.
The ndage, "Spent In education,
saved In crime," particularly holds
true In the Normal schools, of all
forces moulding the boys and slrls
for successful, Intelligent, happy citi
zenship, the proper preparation of
such teachers, then, Is a good busi
ness venture for the state.
of the state.
1 he argument for districting Is
that there are many sectional ques
tions that a district could work for
that a whole state Is not Interested
The argument against It Is, that It
might divide the Interests of the
state, and a biennial session would
not be able to keep It up.
1. That three districts lie formed
2. The first district to le com
prised of all clubs west of and lnclud
ing The Dalles.
3. The second district to lie com
prised of all clubs east of The Dalles,
west to the coast and south to and
4. The third district to be com
prised of all clubs south of Salem.
5. AH clubs to formulate and
adopt their own constitution, sub
ject to the approval of the state
G. To elect their own officers and
fix their own dues.
7. Meeting to be held the alter
nate year from the state convention,
which would then lie held biennially,
beginning In 1912.
s. Standing committees to corre
spond to those of the state federa
tion, and special committees as the
district officers saw fit.
!. Chairmen of the district stand
ing committees to be mernler8 of the
state committees, the chulrman at
large to ls appointed by the state
10. At state conventions the dis
trict president to report the work of
her district in lieu of the Individual
club reports as they are now given.
11. District presidents to be ex
officio vice-presidents of the state
IVater VJorlia on the Farm
Yes, that's Jiut what w mean real wolrr trorkit rannlaf water in the kltcbea, the bathroom,
the laundry, the barn in fact, all orer the place. And It's all don by that task yoa are ta taa
icii nana corner 01 inn picture toe Leader system, it s vastly aintrcnt
Iron the old-fashioned elevated link which worked by (rant. For the
Leader Water Supply System la operated by tompmui air reliable, safe
and cleanly. Your windmill pumps water into the tank (which is already
full of air). The air, being elatlic, la compressed into upper part of the
tank, and force the water out through the pipes.
This fires you pressure, so that powerful stream of water la on
Up at every faucet, no matter where it la located. And this mesne mit
hU4 rt-frouclion, lot the pressure la aaurs m and always resdy.
Now, the old style (rarity tank were either pat la the attic or sit
mated oa a high tower out of doors,
l the former case, their weight when full, cracked the plastering; or
tney overflowed or leaked. Hooding the room below.
I the case of the outside tanks, the water oftea
froie solid la winter, neceasitsting es pensive plumb-
Dg Dills; or it became not and stagnant during
the summer and unfit for use. The
voids s!l this, because the air-tight tank la
either in the basement or buried under
ground below the frost line. Every outfit
U complete, with full directions, and is
easily installed. The Leader System needs
do repairs, is suitea 10 small Dtuiaiogs a
large, and is moderate In price.
Let es .end you our frtw baoklet, "Hew
I Bolted the Water Supply problem," the
story of a man who successfully squlppsd
his country home wltri modern wat.r
Wrlta for It today, before you forget
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WILL BUILD BUNGALOW
AND MAKE HOME HERE
o. W. Butts, wholesale fruit dealer
of Omaha, Neb., who has been spend
ing several weeks In Hood Ulver val
ley on his farm and getting ac
quainted with people and conditions
generally, departed for home Satur
day with a glad heart and words of
praise for the banner apple country
of the world.
In an interview In the News office
on the morning of his departure, Mr.
Butts said to the writer that he
came on this trip with the intention
of selling the ten acres which he
owns about a mile and a half from
town. Since being here and having
compared values with neighbors
and looked the situation over thor
oughly, he has decided not to sell the
land at'any price; that he was going
home to ersuade his wife to come
here with him, and that he would
build a nice bungalow and make
this his home.
"The conditions here are certainly
wonderful," he said. "1 bought this
piece of land In lvj:i for $40 an acre.
When the papers were made out I
discovered that the man from whom
I bought the land had paid only
$1.25 an acre for It a year lielore. I
weut home with a feeling that I was
swindled, and told my wife so. Hut,
needless for me to say now, I have
changed my mind on this. 1 think
the future of Hood Ulver has great
possibilities, much more than any of
us realise at this time."
Watch May Be Used as Compass
"A good thing to rememlier when
motorlnir In the wimhIh or mil In a I
boat, nnd you have lost or mislaid
your compass and desire to know
the points of the compass, Is that
your watch makes a good substi
tute," said II. C. Spltzley, assistant
general manager of the Abbott Mo
tor Company. "If the sun Is shining,
lay your watch flat, with the hour
hand pointing directly toward the
stih. Half way between the hour
hand nnd the figure 12 Is south. If
the sun docs not shine, look at the
tops of the pine trees, which always
dip toward the nortn. Moss Is al
ways found on the north side of
trees, u sure Indication."
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local applications, as they can
not rench the diseased portion of the
ear. There Is only one way to cure
j deafuess, and that Is by constltu-
i tlonal remedies. Deafness Is caused
' by an Inflamed condition of the mu
cous lining of the Eustachian Tulie.
! When this tills.' Is Inflamed, you have
a rumbling sound or Imperfect hear
ing, and when It Is entirely closed,
' deafness Is the result, and unless the
Inflammation can be taken tint nnd
I this tube restored to Its normal con-
i (Ht Ion, hearing will be destroyed for
ever. Nine cases out of ten nre
canscd by catarrh, which Is nothing
but an Inflamed condition of the
: mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for clrcu-
I lars rree. t . J. I neney & t o., I oiedo,
!. Sold by druirirlsts, 7.V'. Take
llall.s Family Pills for constipation.
For the Ambitious
ail for thoee whs eaaant artsad ia
a. All iastrnrttnn, iacladlsi tf.al
eisralnstioBS. is lKEK. Fue tesohwa.
students prapartag foe eullsg. of aalrwal
It. women ssluhs. graaesa. trig 'near, sad
bom. ssaksra Ktf preliminary satin
Moa ts required. This mall eoarea aseaae
npnrtanlty for Ton.
far seortpae emueua w we
CorrssiM.fMteara Slue r livpartas
University ef Orttsa
Isiii . Om
Apple Land and Orchard Company
Off too, Mo. O Oak Street. Phono 26 or 2002K, Hood River
WHEN YOU WANT
Manufacturing and Repair Work
OF ANY AND EVERY DESCRIPTION
We are prepared to do it in our large and well equipped Manufactur
ing and Repair Establishment.
We would be pleased to have you call on us.
SNOW & UPSON
Shops 141-14J-145-147 Fourth St., Op. Gilbert-Vaughan, Hood RIver.Or.
For Lime, Cement and
STRANAHAN & CLARK
WOOD & HUGGINS
Fancy and Staple Groceries
Preferred Stock, Heinz's 57 varieties Pickles, Krout,
Mince Meat, Catsup, Apple Butter, Etc. Splendid
line of canned Tomatoes and Corn at IO cents
SOLE AGENTS FOR PURE WHITE FLOUR
...Your orders will receive onr best
PORLANDS' NEWEST HOTEL
190 Modern Rooms
Third and Davis Sts.
Hot and Cold Running Water in Every Room
Porcelain Baths, Tiled Toilets. Large Lobby
Rates 75c to $1.00
LESLIE HITLER. PltRSinicNT
F. McKERCHER. VicK-PaminKNT
TRl MAN BUTLER. CanHiBa
BUTLER BANKING COMPANY
HOOD RIVER, OREGON
Capital, $50,000. Surplus and Profits, $45,000.
MODERN SAVIN6S DEPARTMENT
An. Bankers' Assn. Tra.elers Checks