8 Kasım 1922 Tarihli The Challis Messenger Gazetesi Sayfa 1

8 Kasım 1922 tarihli The Challis Messenger Gazetesi Sayfa 1
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ESTABLISHED 1881. COVERS CENTRAL IDAHO LIKE THE MOUNTAINS DO. OLDEST CUSTER COUNTY NEWSPAPER $2.50 THE YEAR IN ADVANCE VOLUME NUMBER 42. CHALLIS, IDAHO, WEDNES DAY, NOVEMBER 8,1922 NUMBER 20 election goes off quietly IN CUSTER COUNTY AND BOURBONS IN MAJORITY •Judge Ralph W. Adair Wine in Sixth District by 1100; Brown Wine iby 19 and Job by 28. Demo cratic Legislators Elected The election here last Tuesday and throughout the county went off In a QUie- and order!' r sti te democratic ticket was elected in the county. Judge Ralph W. Adair was elected to succeed himself as Judge of the Sixth Judicial District by a majority of 1100 in the district. The contest between Adamson and Brown was close, Brown finally win ning by 19. As the returns came in it was neck and neck between Job and Keyser for Probate Judge, Job winning by a ma jority of 28. The contest between Baker and S. B. Clark for State Senator gave Clark on the democrat ticket ê majority of 47. Sheriff Cummins, republican candi date for re-election was very popular at the polls and came out of the race with the handsome majority of 487. Dan Burnett, democratic candidate to ucoeed himself as assessor was next to Cummins in popularity, receiving a majority of 243. * The work of compiling the returns from the County has been a long and strenuous task and that is the reas on for the Messenger being late this week. At the official canvass the vote as we have given it in this issue may be slightly changed in some instances but not enough to change the result as published. New Light on Biblical Loro. A ludicrous distortion of scripture occurred not long ago ln an English school when a small pupil wrote of the Pharisees: "The Fareses were a ineiin, measly lot. One day one of them gave our Lord a penny and our Lord held it out in his hand and looked at It with scorn and said, 'Whose subscription is this?' "— Bos ton Transcript Poison In Mushroom Cap. Animals usually know what is good for them and squirrels will consume the stalks of poisonous mushrooms without any apparent ill-effects. The cap of the plant is left. This sug gests that the poison may be contained In the rejected portion, the escape of the feeding squirrels not being due to any special immunity. But the sub ject requires careful Investigation. Great Reservoirs of India. For conserving her water supply there are to be found In India tre mendous artificial lakes. At Dhebar, lu the Rajputana province, for In stance, there is a reservoir with a su perficial area of 21 square miles; the masoury dam measuring over 300 yards in length and 32 yards in height. In southern India, too, there are sev eral reservoirs over 12 square miles In area. Joe's Shop. —When is ChaiUs gÿf your tonsorial work done at Joe's shop, Please pay your subscription! MICKIE SAYS ONE GUM TWf feOBft ^ Aooaca oeer uke oovjcnewa UDME CORN VMWJLte AH' *tW BIRD *Kf HEMER GVMt ue ma rtENt'HNef \e ôon\c •WtAES HEARD "TO NOMA -tWKV THERE RVhft HO HONS IN THE PAPER HO NORJE \ I Jfc'Socv eusc , Nt-r ojifoq. A ppofiuiä L_ COMPLETE RETURNS FOR THE COUNTY Representatives in Congress Burton L. French, R ______________ George Waters, D................. Governor Charles C. Moore, R____________ M. Alexander, D ____________________ Lieutenant Governor...... ....____ H. C. Baldridge, R ____________________ Elmer O. Thompson, D______________ Justice of the Supreme Court William E. Lee, R ..................... John C. Rice, D _____________________ Secretary of State F. A. Jeter, R _____________________________ Ben R. Gray, D _________________ State Treasurer Dan F. Banks, R .____________________ J. W. Tyler, D ______ „ ____________ .„ State Auditor E. G. Gallet. R . ...... .. ................. Howard Snell, ........... Attorney General A. H. Conner, R .......... ..... ..... Lester S, Harrison, D Superintendent of Public Instruction Elisabeth Russum, R ..... Retta F. Martin, D Tate Mine Inspector Stewart Campbell, R W. M, Snow, D ......... State Senator Charles F. Baker, R ............. ...... Solen B. Clark, D ....._______ ». ________ State Representative Burton D. Fox, R ____________________ John P. Boyle. D______________ District Judge, 6th District Ralph W. Adair, R____________ Charles E. Harris, D_________ County Commissioners, 1st Diet. D. B. Drake, R_______________ John Johnson, D _________________ County Commissioner, 2nd Diet. John H. Thompson, R ______ j _ Robt. Campbell. D _________________ County Commissioner, 3rd., Diet. J. H. Baxter, R__________._________ W. A. Criswell. D___________ Clerk of the District Court Earl J. Michael, R ______________ Emmett Donahue, D___________ Prosecuting Attorney Milton A. Brown, R___ » ________ W. W. Adamson, D_____________ Sheriff F. W. Cummins, R_____________ A. W. Lambson, D____ » _________ Probate Judge Jonathan Job, R __________________ George E. Keyser. D ______________ Assessor John W. Stephens. R__________ Daniel M. Burnett* D__________. Surveyor W. I. Nielson. R________ Julius Maelzer. D _____________..... Justices of the Peace, Challls Prect. Mattie A. Waters___________________ Joseph H. Horton, R______ » _____ W. B. 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All the fur-bearing animals are most particular In the matter of cleunll ness, and this Is a necessity In the wild, for the fraction of a second lu rapidity of movement often means the difference between life and death to the animal concerned. So the fur must be kept smooth anil supple In order not to Interfere with quick and quiet motion. Whence Alfalfa Cam*. Alfalfa Is rèally a Spanish name for the Medleago Satlva, to give It Its full botanical name. It Is also known as Spanish trefoil. It may be termed oue of the old timers on this conti nent ns It was brought over to this country by the early Spaniards. It took very kindly to Its new home and now Is known and valued as fodder In many parta of Canada and the United States. Join the Industrial Association. Trees Fully Animate. Trees are living things. . They breathe, have circulation, digest their food and assimilate It. have sexual processes and power to adapt them selves to their environment. They lack only Intelligence, nervous system and power of locomotion. In all other elementary processes they function as completely as man. Sunlight Treatment of DLsase. The treatment of disease by sun light was systematically practiced by Hlppocrutes, the father of medicine, but It was not until 1U03 that the first clinic of heliotherapy of surgical tu berculosis was opened by A. Rolller. Adhesive Tape. Adhesive tape will make many handy household repairs where two edgee most be brought together and then covered. Electric cords uttaehed to the fifftleon and hot water bottles may also do earvice for a time with this •onigM put «Ml nul Joint* Mountaineering Comparatively New. Mountaineering for Its own sake is comparatively recent; even since the invention of photography few people who have not made an ascent can com prehend the thrilling uplift of spirit that cornea at the top of a high moun tain after a long and difficult climb. Mont Blanc. 15,731 feet high, was first ascended in 17SO, and at that time writers had only expressions of hor ror for the attempt.—Youth's Com panion. Powsr of the Sun's Rays. The sun's radiant energy bus been estimated as being equal to that which would be required to pump from the j ocean enough water to supply a Nia gara 75,000 miles wide. To equal the energy which the earth receives from the sun would call for a row of Nia garas encircling the earth three times, 1 with every foot-pound of energy utU ind In electric horse power. d oH?u t that leaves town never ----ttlHk CARD OF THANKS I wish to sincerely thank all those who gave me their support at the polls last Tuesday. The vote given me was splendid and I greatly appreciate it D. M. BURNETT. TEACHERS, EXAMINATION Notice Is hereby given that a Teach ers' Examination for all certificates will be held at my office in Challis, Idaho, on November 16, 17, and 18, 19 22. FLORENCE G. ROWLES, County Supt. of Public Instruction NOTICE OR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at aHiley, Idaho, Novem ber 1st., 1922. Notice is hereby given that Walter S. Garmer, of Challis, Idaho, who, on July 16, 1919, made Homestead en try, No. 025386, for SE^ NW%, SW NE>4, N '/2 SE*4, Section 12, Town ship 12 N., Range 18 E., Boise Merid ian, has filed notice of intention to make final three year Proof, to estab lish claim to the land above described before E. J. Michael, Clerk of the Dis trict Court at Challis, Idaho, on the 9th day of December, 1922. Claimant names as witnesses: Andrew Gini, of Clayton Idaho; Phil ip Maraffio of Clayton Idaho; Margar et Garmer of Challis, Idaho, Pete PI va of Challis, Idaho. MAY G. ANGEL, Register 1st pub Nov 8, last Dec 6, 1022 Right-Sight adnesa. The assertion comes from France that the majority of people are not only right-handed but also right sighted. By this is meant that most persons see better with the right eye than with the left and habitually, though unconsciously, employ it more. Some persons, however, make greater use of the left eye than of the right, and accordingly are said to be "left eyed." On# Key Only In Nigeria. Duplicate keys are not wanted In Nigeria. An official ukase decrees that no machines far making duplicate keys are to be Imported. Whether the purpose la to- penalize an individual who loses a key by compelling him to boy a new lock, or to prevent persons with predatory Instincts from opening the locks of law-abiding citizens, the' official proclamation does not state.— The Nation's Business. j Stop at the Custer Hotel—Mackay The L.EATON HOTEL MRS. W- H. LEATON, Prop. Clean Beds and Airy Rooms — The very best to eat that the Market Affords Electric Light, Hot and Cold Water and Bathing Facilities FIRST-CLASS IN ALL ITS APPOINTMENTS Central Main Street - CHALLIS, IDAHO. THE GARLAND HOTEL MRS. W. H. WOODSON, Prop. MAKE YOUR HEADQUARTERS WITH US WHEN IN CHALLI81 I I I BETTER MEALS AND SHORT* ORDERS. - GOOD CLEAN BEDS AND WARM ROOMS. <- NICE COMFORTABLE LOBBY. - WE TREAT YOU RIGHT Transcontinental Garage THALLIS, IDAHO A TITO REPAIRING GENERALLY Electrical and Carburation and Adjustments • We sell TIRES. j 1 TUBES, TIRE REPAIR MATERIAL GENERAL ACCESSORIES BATTERIES AND BATTERY SUPPLIES .j ENTIRE REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET ELECTED. AL EXANDER FINISHES THIRD Legislature Will be Democratic with Progressives Holding Balanee of Power. Moore's Majority Over Samuels 5,000 The entire republican state ticket was elected in the State. Alexander, popular democrat candidat« for gov ernor was snowed under by the pro gressive vote. Moore's majorttyover Samuels is 5,000 while Samuel's ma jority over Alexander is about the same. tlie legislature is democratic with the progressives holding the balance erf power. Under such conditions we cannot expect much from the coming session of the legislature. Regretted Wasted Tim*. Bobby will celebrate his birthday the latter part of next month. He was asked last evening what he would Uke, and after much debating he decided on a boat and a cab. After some further discussion as to when the toys coold be purchased he said: "But if yon bought theta now I could be playing with them until my birthday." But it' s a Wrong Conclusion. The evil things, the materialistic things, the negative, destructive thing* always make so much more noise than the forces of harmony and beauty that the average individual may be for given if he concludes that there is nothing but turmoil and discord and blatant vulgarity in the world.— Har man Hagedorn. MM All-Around Souro# of Supply. Nothing was wasted by ths early tty hunters and the natives of Alaska When they were taking the big sea Uo&s abont the Pribiloff islands. The •mat was dried and saved for food, the skins used as covering for the boats, intestines were made into gar ments, its stomach was used as a pouch for oil and the long whiskers were sold to the Chinese as pickers j for opium pipes. Rod-Haired M.rc Alert The manager of one large exchange -Claims to have discovered that girls with red hair are more alert than their blonde or brunette sisters, and conse quently make the Lest telephone op erators.