The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933, October 26, 1922, Image 4

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nOOD RIVER GLACIER, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1922
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The Firestone Truck Type Cord h3 the famous Firestone gum
dipped feature which we want to explain to you personally.
By double-dipping the cord fabric in a rubber solution each single
cord is surrounded with pure gum. This prevents friction and gives a
stronger carcass capable of delivering far greater mileage.
It is constructed with a bread, flat tread in an effective non-skid
pattern. The increased road contact obtained gives your trucks a
firmer footing anywhere. And the tough tread stock built up at the
side3 and reaching from bead to bead protects agaimt rut, curb or
car-track wear.
Ask about some of the mileage records Firestone Truck Type Cords
are making around here. Come in and look the tire over with us.
Get our advise about equipping your trucks. You will be convinced
that here is a tire whose mileage superiority is clearly proven.
Most Miles per Dollar
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HEIGHTS TIRE SHOP
HOOD RIVER, OREGON
Service Dealers for
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Demonstration
of
Liquid
Sunshine
A product used for
Cleaning and Polishing
Gold, Silver, Aluminum,
Nickel, Brass, Copper,
and other metals
Saturday, Oct. 28
Be Sure and Come!
Yours for Service
Vincent & Shank
"The Home of
Quality Groceries ' '
"All Lost!"
Many a newspaper ac
count of a burned dwel
ling reports "All lost,"
and only the property
owner knowrs what this
means.
Insure your furniture
as you do your home.
He sure that you in
sure in the Hartford
Fire Insurance Co.
.Make a memo nmv
to tele J i one
2804
R. E. SCOTT
Hood River, Oregon
WE WANT
Graveristeins, Kings
AND
Jonathan Apples
Standard grades or faced and filled.
Get free marking stencil at Glacier office.
SHERIDAN FRUIT & PRODUCE CO
211 Washington St., Portland, Oregon
APPLE SHIPPERS
TAKE NOTICE
To ppt Ixet ren;ts ln,l j-niir larcp eiz
ng 1 po',,1 in ,,. York tl.f Nw i
l ork ruartet rrt.cu,rlT want lart'f :zf
ri i I-'1 roar small ip Nt-t-, n
into K.8rl cri tnl tl.i,) to ui via
N w ork l ,r eirrt.
W. F. KURTZ CO.
EXrOKTEIS
EROXEHS & DISTRIBUTORS
NEW YORK, N. Y.
Crne in r, 1 r- tf, new V irV :S
to'M. f-:pf, IH.5; F...tJr, 11075,
BATTERIES
for your Car
$17.45 and Up
Investigate and ave money
Willard Service Station
MAX L. MOORE
9 OAK STREET
Telephone llii
See the Champions
Pacific International
Live Stock Exposition
PORTLAND, NOV. 4-11
$75,000 in Premium Beef and Dairy
Breed a Horaea. Swin. Skn nd Costa
Western Winter PoultrT and Rabbit Show.
Western Dairy Products Show Manufac
turer and Land Products Show
Night Horse Show.
Lsrirtt pat,tmn of itm kind h Ajnanoa
HI acm under one roof I
REMEMBER THE DAI
PORTLAND.
OREGON.
Notice To Builders
We are now working our gravel pit and
can furnish you building material on short no
tice. With our dump trucks and hoppers we
are in a position to deliver gravel, crushed rock
and sand at a minimum of expense. Our gravel,
containing 30 'c sand is ideal for concrete work.
Hauling of all Rinds. Dealers in coal
Let ui lay in a supply of Nut Coal for summer
fuel for your range.
TRANSFER & LIVERY CO.
Telephone 4111
We learn that an attempt is beine
maae in some states to close all pn
vate schools, and coniDel all children
of the first eight grades to attend the
puDiic scnools.
ibis proposed measure is hostile to
the rights of every American citizen,
and is not in accord with the guaran
ties of civil and relicious libertv vouch
safed to every individual citizen under
our federal constitution.
The state has a richt to renuire
its citizens to receive a certain amount
of intellectual training in the funda
mentals of good citizenship : but the
state does not! have the rieht!to sav
where the "child of a narent shall be
lutllnntnl .1 ,1 1
uioku, u- iue precise roau mat
shall be followed in reaching the intel
lectual standard set tin hv the state.
The state may prescribe certain funda
mental studies, but it cannot dictate
the precise textbooks and formulas of
the curriculum. Likewise, the state
has a ricrbt to renuire a definite amount
of preparatory training on the patt of
tnose wno snail constitute the public
and private teachers of the children in
its domain. The state has a right to
test the intellect, but it does not have
the right to shape the intellect with
out the consent of the parent, who has
the first claim upon the child.
Ihe parent, and not the state, has i
right to decide the character of educa
tion the child is to receive whether it
18 to be partly relicioua. or altogether
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secuiar.
The public schools, which are under
ine direct supervision of the state.
cannot impart spiritual or relim'ous in
struction. II. therefore, a narent or
denomination desires to give a child
not only physical and intellectual
training, but spiritual instruction also.
the state should welcome such'a dan
rather than deter it. Because, as a
rule, the child that I is instructed in
spiritual things as well as secular mat
icra, mattes a oeuer citizen than one
whose education has been purely secu
lar.
We Should not fore-et that our fnrn-
iamers wno rounded this great repub
lic, and who framed for us our conati.
tutional laws, and cave us our ideals
of true Americanism, were all edu-
cated in private schools. For more
than 50 years after the founding of our
republic, we were without anv nublic
school system, and our government,
was maintained and prospered, and all
its citizens who received any educa
tion, were trained in nrivata sr-hrv.U
This proves conclusively that private
schools, even without the supervision
of the state, are not detrimental to
good government, and are capable of
urouucine ine nicnest and nob eat tvne
-ir-
vi puiriouc citizens.
However good the public school svs
tem may be, it may attempt to train
useful and loyal citizens for this world
only. The Christian school will do all
tbis,(and besides give a spiritual train
ing ior citizenship in the world
come.
Plato said, "A good education is that
which gives to the bodv and to the
soul all the perfection of which thev
are capaDie. 11 the wise Parent Dre
iors to give nis ennd this more coin
plete education at his own expense
wny snouia anyone object;
The growing tendency on the Dart of
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some to omuerate personal Ireedom in
matters of religion is creatlv to be de
piored.
Every American narent as such
should rise up in defense of his inalien
able right. Every true lover of liberty
ana or me laeais or true Americanism
should. work earnestly, setting before
the people the principles involved in
this issue, and present an effectual
protest against the encroachments up
on the rights of conscience and ithe
a. i a
grant 01 religious liberty.
Unless this is done with all dili
gence, we will awake some not far dis
tant day to the fact that we have lost
the dearly bought liberty of which we
have boasted, and have drifted back to
the methods employed by the Dark
Ages. Clara R. Winterton.
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VERY LANG RANGE manufactured is built
around tke famous HOT BLAST principle and
contains the LANG HOT AIR DRAFT, both
original, patented features. Forcing the heat en
tirely around the oven, utilizing every particle
of fuel and heating every inch of cooking sur
face, the LANG range is by far the most econom
ical kitchen range on the market. Today LANG
stoves are used and endorsed by thousands of
American housewives.
Let us show you a
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DEALER'S NAME
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PHOENIX CAMP NOTES
Lack of cement is again delaying
crews. The company expects cement
in pieniuui quantity by November 1,
after which the work of building the
dam across Hood river three miles
BOUth Of town will hfl nif.hf.rl
The heaviest nart nf th rnnitrnntinn
work on the new blant has been mm.
pleted. The construction gangs, which
in mid-summer numbered 00, have
now been reduced to Pfill akillrri man
The latter number will remain through
out the winter.
llavinc visited the new nnwpr nlant
Dr. Fred W. Vincent, of Pendleton,
expresses surprise at the camp provid
ed for the hundreds of men employed.
"No place could be more sanitary,"
declared Dr. Vincent "Then men are
given clean sheets and pillowcases and
they are provided with an up-to-date
bathing place. And the meals that the
cooks put up; make me hungry just to
think of them."
Nunamakcr Pears Huge
Record large pears were grown this
year on the West Side place of J. R.
Nunamaker. Tne fruit, of the d'An
iou variety, packed out 40 pears to the
box, each pear weighing over a pound.
"They are the largest pears 1 have
ever seen." said Arthur Kerr. hn
packed the fruit.
Tel. 2404
H. S. BRAAKMAN Smith Building
I MODERN fcSS
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ct Cannes and otter decisis
They will flush your crankcase with
Calol Flushing Oil safe, thorough
and refill with Zeroleat for Cor
rect Lubrication.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
(California)
Portland Steamers
DAILY SERVICE
Lv. Hood River 9.00 a. ni. daily,
except Monday.
Lv. Portland, 7.15 a. rn daily,
except Sunday.
Fare to Portland, $1.00
Daily Service Portland to Astoria.
The Harkins Transportation Co.
JACK BAGLEV, Anerit.
Established 18G9
SG0BEL
&
DAY
General Offices
202-204 Franklin Street
New York, N. Y.
C. W. McCuLLAon,
Northwestern Sales Mgr.
Spalding Building
Portland, Oregon
HEIGHTS JITNEY
Fare 15c each way
leave Heights at Hart Hold
Lcare down town at Electric Kitchen.
Other drivei at reasonable prices
Office: Electric Kitchen.
Phone 1191
Fords Down $50
Ford automobiles took an unoTnorfH
droD of S.'iO last week. It ia nn
sible to buy one of the nonular pars
from the local agencv, the Liartol
Mansfield Co.. for 1492. It i antir.;.
pated that the reduction w ill result in
lurmer popularity or the machines.
5L Mark's Episcopal Church
Sunday school at 9.43 every Sunday
morning. Evening services at 7.30 by
Kev. K. T. T. Hicks, until further no
tice.
To (;la a Good Hp putatloa
The way to cain a good reputation is
to endeavor ta h m hat tm ? .
: . .r :j
iiiBi is i-recireiy me manner in
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
gamed us reputation as
COUchs. rol.1.4. rroiin ,n.l
frtll?h Fvrrv K-. 1 1. !(.. k . .
been put out by the manufacturers has
been fully up to the high standard of
excellence claimed for it. Per pie have
found that it can be depended upon for
m reiiei ana cure or these aliments
and that it is (ieasant and safe to
take.
rf,-re yon bny an automobile you
!vjJ at,enpW MuJelker at the
Cameron Motor Co. n,i'J
See the Lare rarge at H. a Draak-i
man's. Smith Ul1st., Ufure yon euip
your kitchen. You'll t ir rn if -,
don't -w-
which
has
cure for
whooping
ever
G. L. DAVENPORT
Grower and shipper Apples, Pota
toes, Onions. Seed Potatoes true
variety-"The Best that's Crown"
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MARK
AH kinds of Produce solicited.
147 Front St. PORTLAND. ORE.
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We cia turr!y j-oo whi
fcwklrt issued by t,e miyt
f PACIFIC Plumbing Fii
tures whica show, thtst Cx.
tores arrir-ged in many differ
ent atylei of buhroom.
II yoa w.H Mn at mr .fore,
write, or Voce. , 4
r t 7o a to!7 ot U.a booiiei
M. P. GIBBON
Hood River Office
1.1 lint Building
Phone 1CG1
District Representatives
J. ARTHUR RIGGS
PAUL McKERCHER
APPLE GROWERS
Sffobel & Day maintain a
high class sales force with a
wide acquaintance among
buyers.
We give a cash advance,
payable when you want it.
Immediate returns in full
on completion of the sales.
An American concern selling
apples all over the world.
A reputation and rating
second to none. No pool
ing:. Your fruit sells on its
c
Sal
"eIl treat vour Lat-
iery right no matter
yhat make it ig. Te?t
inghouse Attention will
lffP H vigorous, de
pendable and long,
jived. And econom.
tcallyl
WESTTNGnOUSE
BATTERIES
Gibbs Battery Station