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Air Flivver Makes Hit in Sweden
SIX MEN A W A IT
s t a t i :
Six mtMfc await he uoost* tu OreKuu
Until July T there were eight
that morning Klvle D
Detail* of the plan* o f the L ook
jalin Kathie. convleled murderers of
Reli Lumber company to transfer
Sherift Til Taylor of I’endleton went
the center o f Its operations from the
to the gallows
yellow pine district of the southern
Ahe Kv an*' i.ise Is on up peal H-'
states to the fir district o f the north
convicted of the murder
west were contained in advice re
James Doran in eastern Oregon
ceived from the company's genera)
Dr Richard 'I Brumfield. Rose
offic es In Kansas City.
liurg dentist, whose case is also on
In the fir forests of the north
appeal, was convicted of the tuur
west the company now owns more
der of Dennis Russell, a recluse
titan 70.000 acres o f timber.
George Howard, of Malheur conn
At the confluence o f the Colum
ty Is awaiting sentence
bia and Cowlitz rivers, just opposite
jury's verdict in tin' case, this sen
Kelso, the company has purchased
several thousand acres of land, on a
tence will he death.
I lusted Walter's case Is now be
part o f which construction will pres
tng erargucd in the state supreme
ently begin of sawmills, docks, stor
age yards, railroad yards, machine
h e was convicted of Hie IIIU'
shops, hotels, homes, retail business
der of I’atrolmun I'almer in 1’ort
and amusement centers and all the
Russ* J Meeker, youthful murde
incidental equipment and
con v en
iences o f the most modern logging
rer convicted at Oregon «'tty re
cently for the murder of I'.irnk How
ker near Cortland April 17. will hang
Tht two big mills, which will he
in September unless effort* to save
operated day and night, will he lo
cated on the Columbia river Anoth
hint are successful
er mill, located in the immediate vi
Dan Casey, whose alleged partm r
in the murder oi Railroad Agent
cinity. will be built somewhat later
These mills will have an opproxiniat“
| Buck Phillips, tie o r g e Burns, was a.
annual capacity o f 600.000 000 feet
I quitted after two judges had ill»
or nearly 100.000,000 feet more than
agreed, i* tieitiy held In Multnomah
the company is producing at present
Mis sentence was death
in its 11 big Southern pine mills
men have been
The first construction will be that
b a n g 'd within the w ill- of the slut«
o f the two fir mills
prison at Salem since 1902. prior
will stand side by side with a 2 5 - 1
to which time executions were hel..
acre log pond between them
in the yards of the Jails in the count»
T,... latest novelty I« . « * ' -I-**»«.1'“ i- (be N wciisii tur-ilivvi-r.
pond is to serve im mediately these
renting on terra firma *«i limi it almost looks lifce a I In which the crime was rommitle I
mills, while a larger pond o f about it* wings when
; and the trial ami sentence o ui red
T'n- alr-flt»'*"* » a s invented l>v Klenti r ami Rendei*.
ISO acres will serve as a storage tent on wheel*.
Between 1903 and 1904. when
Swedish engineers w ho lire shown here with their craft. Ilies-
I WO young
A. Long, chairman o f the 1er i* wtaiuUn^
board, announces that 4000 workers
Harney . . . . .
will be needed when the mills are' S T A T E a p p o r t i o n s
¡H o o d River . .
Jackson . . . .
1 2,» » 4 4 >
Contractors and Builders
Jefferson . . .
founded in 187 5 with one retail lu m
D J t M i M l . n llM illV
The secretary ot sl#tg has appor Josephine . . . .
ber yard Today it Is a $30.000.000
Klamath . . .
corporation owning 11 pine m ills I tioned among tile 36 counties ol Die
Agents for K;u;le Lumber
2 383 SU
and tw o hardwood mills, all located gon for school purposes a total of
I Lane ............ . 11.4*7
in the south, also a large white pine
3 ,8 (6 .50
i Lincoln . . . . .
mill and sash and door factory at of $1.85 for the 228.156 children of
Rough and Finished Yel
Weed. California, and
130 retail' school age in the state. In the year
yards in Kansas. Oklahoma. Missouri 1921 the state department ap p or
low Fir Lumber.
26.7 54 70
tioned $354.989 60 to the counties Marion ..........
. . .
and Estimates Fur
Rainier people expect that the
building and operation o f the two 221.28» children. The per capita for
mills will be o f great benefit tw thet- tile year 1922 Is 11 cents greater
The Long-Bell company's mill < than in the year 1921. This is c o n
will be on the Washington side o f , sidered a remarkable showing, o f f i
Umatilla . . .
the river but directly opposite Rai cials said, when it is cousidereu
».6 5» 3o
nier and closer to that town than to that there are 6868 more children of ; Union
Wallowa . . . .
Kelso and with the ferry which the school age in Oregon this year than
company has recently put in opera-, last year.
1 B.7J4 00
The school apportionment for the Washington , .
tion. making hourly trips, it Is prob
1.8 13 00
able that many o f the men who will year 1922. together witli the num Wheeler
Yamhill . . . .
be em ployed in the big mills will!
capita i# based and the counties to
make Rainier their home.
$422.088 6 1
Total . . . . 228.156
which the apportionment was made
L O G G E R S O F 1912
Cuuse o f \|>|N-|l(li«'IIÌS.
$ i d . una 30
P I C N I C A T T H E P A R K Baker ............
Wtien the bowels are constipated,
23,454.30 the lower bowels, or large Intestine»
13.016.60 become packed witli refuse matter
The loggers of the Chapman T im -' Columbia . . . .
8,663.55 that is made up largely of germ
ber company held their tirst picnic Coos
Home Made Candies
13,549 40 These germs enter the vermiform
at Godirey Bark in St. Helens la.->t Crook
1.962 85 appi'ndlx and set up inflammation,
It was well attended and Curry ...............
1,681.65 which i* commonly known us ap
Sundaes and Parfaits
everyone Deschutes . . .
Tukn Chgberlain's Tab
11,627.25 lets when needed and keep you
Frappes and Frosted
The loggers began arriving about Gilliam ..........
2.347.65 bowels regular and you have I it t i •
eleven o'cloc k and by lunch time Grant
3,074.70 to fear from appendicitis
were ail there, numbering close to
Soda Fountain Specialties
All hut a fe wt'eet of the generous
park tables were occupied and so
heavily loaded witn g ood things c o n
tributed by everyone it was no doubt
the most enjoyable feature of the
The afternoon was spent in talk
ing over "o l d times' about when the
loggers all lived at Chapman s camp,
Scappoose, about ten years ago when
Mr. Naughton was the aupertintend-
F or several o f tiie lo g
gers it was the first meeting since
After the evening lunch which was
served with ice cream, they all de
parted for home about seven o c ioc».
All those present were highly in
favor o f making the Loggers picnic
an annual event.
Those present were, Mr. and Mrs.
McXaughton. d aughter
Catherine and son James; Mr. and
Mrs. Howard Morrow and baby; Miss
Ethel Joy; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mc
Gregor, all o f Portlaud.
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Paige, o f Scap 1
poose; Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Leach,
o f Kelso. W ashin gton; Mr. and M r s . 1
Lee Leach and daughters; Mr. and 1
Mrs. Forrest Cox and children; Mr.
X’els X'elson, o f Deer Island; Mr. and j
Mrs. C. Shannon, Mrs. H. B. Boyer, i
St. Helens, Oregon
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Joyce, Miss Ida I
Eilertson, of K erry; Mrs. Morris |
Gordon and children, Mr. and Mrs.
J. Johnston and daughter, Lois. .Mr
and Mrs William Davis and sons of
Y an k ton ; Mr. and Mrs. A lfred Law-
son and son, Alfred, Mr. and Mrs.
Wm. Howell, Mr. and Mrs. .Neva
Long, Miss Grace Howell. Willard
Howell. Miss Grace Roundtree, Mr.
and Mrs. Clarence Mathis and son,
Mrs Hattie Veazie, Edward Veazle,
Mr and Mrs. Percy Veazie, Harold
Decker, Mr and Mrs. Casey an t
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. E Dun-|
woody and Mr.
Beeler and son o f St. Helens.
Several St. Helens folk s called
around and renewed acquaintances,
am ong them being Mr Ray Morton
aDd Mr. John Eilertson.
St. Helens Candy
25 Per Cent Discount on
St. Helens Candy
capitai punlshuieul wus abollsbed In
Oregon lem porarlly b» thè situi ina W ".e m u rd ered by holdup, ^
JorB» of 157 vote*. 24 luen were t lareiuont tavern n,.ur
Itati ged and 17 convlc led of muril-r Incident raised such a Ml .ir», * ^
and seiilenced lo hulig
The i c s - tesi that In May 182„ "he
(eneo* of 12 of thè 37 were cornili..1 the slate restored Dm " ¡ J J ? * * ' *
ed lo Ufi' Imprlsonmetil, ami mio alt) by more than 3 5 .0.111 .,
condoni ned man waa gruuleil a now
N ell M art, convicted .... w' . | , "'»lurtij
irial and liberateti
K ir b y o f uiurderli 11
Capital l'tml-hmeiil III Oregon wes T a y lo r , huh the first nmrds»
a h li rogateli uni.» * ' x v u r a
j hung u n d e r th e re*i„r..,|
veiuber $1 l $ l $ 3 N Uurgeas andI .. .d K Irlo were ' I...
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Ftrrd parts, like almost evervtlnng else
worth while, are counterfeited. Imitation
parts ure manufactured to S E L L at the
highest possible rate o f profit and the
grtales o f steel used are consequently nut
the Same high quality, specially lyeat>
treated alloy steels specified in Ford
formulas for the manufacture o f GEN
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m o r e wiwr from them, and you will pay the
lowest ponsibl« co s t— the m m e every where.
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50% OF GENUINE FORD PARTS
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The Great D i s p l a y of!
Refrigerator $ 2 2 .3 5
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Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local applications as they cannot reach
the diseased portion o f the ear. There Is
only one way to cure Catarrhal Deafness.
by a constitutional
« * L . that
H » A
CAT A R R H
through the Blood on the Mucoua Surfaces
of «he System. Catarrhal Deafness I*
caused by an Inflamed condition o f the
mucoua lining o f the Eustachian Tubs
When this tub« Is Inflamed you have a
rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and
when It la entirely closed. Deafness Is the
result. Unless the Inflammation can b« re
duced and this tube restored to Its nor
mal condition, hearing may b« destroyed
forever. Many cases o f Deafness are
caused by Catarrh, which It an Inflamed
condition of the Mucous Surfaces
O NE H U N D R ED D O LLARS for any
cas« o f C atarrhal Deafness that cannot
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T J. C herey A Co.. Tol«do, Ohio.
Of the 36,691 convictions for
crimes com m itted in New York state
1921, the slate trooper*
Milk of Magnesia
wear at the season’s best prices
♦ The call to the open is in full swing and Helon has a
,ar&e stock of togs tor fishing, hiking, hunting or
Gyps) life in a motor. All members of the family can v
quickly and efficiently outfit themselves at thk> store. S
Lace Leg Trousers
High Top Shoes
O. I). Twill Suits
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T o Close Out the Season's Stock
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