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Brick and Concrete Work On
INDEPENDENCE Oct- lis
(Special)- Work - on the new
,tt-7teriaa church to 1 progress
TutbMV u the wea-
Cher Ui Mn tulte fsTorabie.
I The eonerete and Wick work U
rJearlns completion and U to hop
ed that the weather will faTorthe
' builders so. that the roof mar be
put on and the Inferior work Co
1 Services ere being held In the
i OIQ DOUUlDt WWCU wl uuuvi
I to the Woman's dub of this city,
located within two block of the
ihew building. It has Been: re-j
niitaU anA fn anil Jies
been made rerr comfortbale for
iresent ue. The Women's dab
will mak'e further improvements
4poa It In the spring. -J
This new church was made pos
sible to its membership and citl-
fens of Independence througn tne
5rill of the late C. A. McLaughlin
Irho made a substantial allowance
for bulldinf and eauippmg it.
I J. A. Reynolds, a long time .f ar
mer of this community has dls-!
bosed with his farm south of this
litT to Dr. Landis from LaQrande
hnd will dispose with stock and
implements at public sale to be
held this week., The family will be
greatly missed In this community,
but all join in wishing them pros
perity in their new home, which
.will be near Grants Pass.
fctdeiaarttcra aid K
reaored anolt. fciWc, i 1 ak
wlttltfr itaU'a f lorionj put. lie
BtrteK was aa Arellanos, a nam
eKeir Identified with tha, k.
toxical development or the region
ardaAA Cant Barbara, whila bar
husband, who died la lilt, was a
deseeadsnt of a Spanish officer
at one. time stationed at the local
praaldlo, wMle other of the line
held huge land grants In the east
uan JTaaeisco bar and Ban Joa-
(iu Taller sections.' ;
Mr. Estndillo was born, in IS 11
ma nrst waits en 111 tn
tised ta tha Dolores mWaion. Saa
Francisco, and conducted the first
basinets ever , esUbUshed : at that
mission. : ,, . ; ,
Mrs. Estndillo was a native of
Santa Barbara hot came here ser
eral months ago from Healdsburg.
where she had lived for the past
nine years. Prior to that she was
a resident of Ixunpoe for two dec
ades. Her death occurred at the
home ot her daughter. Mrl E. R.
Morehead, wife of the Tlce-prln-clpal
of Monterey union high
rnn tvr.cm states! iatt, sali. Oregon. Friday horning. October C3, 1527
HUNGAUVS CO:.IELI? rlMDEN;
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INDEPENDENCE. . Oct. 21,
(Special) Preparations are being
made fora greater corn show this
year than erer before in Inde
pendence. '- Sererai new depart-1'
menu - oan, oeea aaaea by me
committee, and ' by tha way the
entries are coming In It looks fair
for a big ihow.f
Special eatertaiament : la being
prorjded for the v eTening", ses-
slons. .In the 'way of mnsle and
The chamber of commerce la
sponsoring the show this year and
many raluable prlxea wlll be
awarded.: !- " ' T
The ehow will be held In the
large show room, of the Stelner
garage on Main, street H :
discerning and impartial" judges haTa selected Pranleln Susanna
aTid, above, of Budapest, Hungary, as the comeliest gir In hex PfUti
It Europe. 1 She bear the title o "Misrgungary.-" - " " " i
GRAPHIC TALE TOLD
BY SHIP SURVIVORS
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Mrs. Gumecinda Estudillo
Dies; Son Resident Here
hite Needs Yellow
In Egg Combination
Mrs. Gumecinda Estudillo
znother of John- B. Estndillo ! of
khis city. .died recently at MonUrJ
iey, Cal. The following account oS
)Jlier funeral wis published. In the;
PeninauU Dally1 Herald at thai
I Deeply impreaslre funeral rttad
fwere held this morning for! Mrs
jGumectnda Estndillo, pioneer Cal
Itornia resident and member! r
one ot the stats' most ancle
and distinguished families, wl
passed away la Monterey 8and
morning. At Id o'clock today m
was celebrated at Saa par
chareh ay Rt. Rer. Mo:
Ramoa U. Mestres, folimi by
tenneat ia tn Tjathoiis etme
The following friends ot the
ily acted a aaCbearera: U.
iMcQnire. Chaa, T. Brown, U.
McMsnimln. T. fi. Base,
LONDON. (AP) The husband
rho requests his wife to fry him
nree eggs for breakfast mar feel
little uneasy oTer the statement
f Miss Margaret A. Boas, a Belt
emorlal. Research Fellow, that
he whiten of eggs are poisonous.
Miss Boas has made a nambeni.
1 experiments at the Lister In
Ititnte of - PreTentiTe
Sace 1121. Sheafed whites of
zgs together, with other food, to
ta and fonnd that ther bexan to
paa weight after 21 'days, became
laid, oereloped a skin daease and
Miss Boas, howerer, has been
ood enough to Qualify her state-
ent by saying, that the yolk ot
he egg ; counteracts any deleter-
ous effect ot the white. ;
One Rejectbn Slip Well ;
Worth Framing, Decision
shall find its eaual. we are, to our
great regret, compelled to return
this too ditine work and beg you
a' thousand times to forgive our
action." i ,
More Gold Sent By Air
To Capitals of Europe
'.LONDON. (AP)r-,Transport of
gold .bullion between London and
Enroseaa CaDitabi hT airnlana is
. , 1CinNbecomlng more and more common
: This new mode; of transport to
cheaper than by sea and theear
Ing in time compensates the banks
for the transport cost and insurance-
by reducing ; the interest
charges by many days. -
: All pilots and mechanics of air
planes carrying gold cargoes are
armed with reTolrers. . If a forced
landing has to be made the help of
local police to immediately obtain
ed to guard the machine until its
consignment la transferred to the
nearest bank. -v?
WUMlCto. Dl C. Omk. A. 1PT
t Jam S. ISIS (SS Stat. SIS). 9h
130 (if iHO. f SS). mm imrtM
rMnHtlaaa f AyrU 14, iS4 (SO U. D
T). ta timber follow iu Jmmim
TiU d wld DmmW 5, 197, ml 10
O'clock A. . ! pblio Metioa t ta
CiM tttlw k4 offieo at SowUrf,
Oragoa. to the kiMt bidder at aat laaa
tao apyrawad yalaa aa aaawm by I
wmtm v ,am aoojaoa lo vaa aD-
PT"" ua Soeratary of taa Intarior.
aaraaaaa priea. wHh aa addttlasal
asm of aa-flfta at aaa par aaat tkaraat,
bia i lalm aDewad. aaat- ba da
paaitad at tiaa of aala, Bvoaay to ba ra
taniaa If ala U aa apprcvad, tbar
wia 9, tmt wm Imm fir Saa timbar.
whicb naa ba ranarad wHkfca taa yaara.
Bid wfll ba tacatrad fraa titliava of
tK Unitad Stataa. aasaaiatiaaa af ak
eiluaaa and corparatiaa orraaiaad aa
dr taa lava af tba tTaitaoV Stataa or amy
Sitta, Territory ar Diatrict Uaraof. only.,
Lpon applieatloa af a qualified parekaaar
ttmfcar oa aay lecal aabdiTiataa will
i- offrd aoporauiy baior. baic ' in
eiudd ia aay affar of a lanrer aBK T.
to a. K 1 8ae. 17. ' NWM -JTT;U
Tlloa- fir 8S0 It. rod dar aftO bC Hoav
ierk 120 M, aedarpalaa 140. Kti NW
y!!ow fi, 1M0 M. rod cadar 46 U.
t'. Tk 100 M- dar polaa S49. NWIi
hWJ ?,llow ip 1750 r aadar 180
M. fc.mWk so M, eadar polaa 140, gEU
J.W yollow fir 20 M, rwl War 480
ailoek CO If. eadar poUa 80,
W4 yeHow fir ISO it. rod eadar S90
M. hraitork 80 M. T. 37 8., B,H W,
5. W SWVi rod fir 1300 M.
-n nf the tlmW on tbaaa aaetioas to
h oM for 1u thaa $1.5 par M for tbo
yi-How fir, ID ati par bf for tbo red
e&T. It per M for tha hemlock, f2.50
pr M for tha red fir aad 40 ceaU eeeb
for the coder polen. T. IS 8.. R. 1 W
f'-. red Tir H50 U.
p.i stli red fir 160O M, -red rdr
tn M. hemlork 50 M. T. 0 8 B.
6e. 9. SW4 NW red fir 10J5 M,
", f the thaber a these aertloas to
be told for Use thaa Sit per bf for the
re4 rdr end hemlock ad fl.75 per V
frr -e red fir. T. 4 R. 2 W, Bee.
. 8'H KWU re4 f.r 1820 if. red ce-d-r
170 M. none af tha titntwie an thl
erf ion t be told for let thaa SI per
mr ine rea eeoar ana f j per' 14 lor
red Or. T A ,n 1 h. n
ITWU red fir 1850 anne af
tt-e t'nber aa this eertion to ba aald for
- vl fir eso M,
h-"noek W. gWtl IVTrH -mllMr ftl
s "'J a, IWO M. ITWV
yeow fV S70 W. bemlack 4) V. I.nt t
T"''"w fir 9SOO Iff, kmlnfk 450 M SEU
K'V4 yaTlow fir 900 M. bemlock 420
I' I fV Cioe M. bemloek 49
W. STU PW"U yeTW ftr 2200 M. ew
Wck SW M, liat S y!Vnr fir SBftO'K.
r1ok B50 M. a owe of the timker an
1H (eetloa to b aaM far leae tbea
P-r M lor the ftr aad T eeota per V
f tv. fcrawi. T. S R.. R. a r.. Bee.
It. "t4 ye!1oar pine S0 W. a-
r nine 20 M. red fir 175 M. KWll
yellow p!ne SCO M. urr psae 120
r"l fr $40 M, RR4 yTW
P:a mo If. enear pine SO M. red ftr 180
V. white fir 50 V. SWV Kri
r ro M. ncar pina SO M. red fir
7"" M, white fr SO If. KE14 KWVi Te?
w pine 380 Vf. anrar pine 1 M. red
T" "0 M, white fir SO M. WWM WWU
y-How pin, 150 it. aorar viae 80 Ml red
IV Z70 M. white fir 40 M. SE4 SW
T-l'ow plae 250 M. anrar piae 0 M. red
- S?0 If. wve fir 80 it, 8WU KWU
y"w pine 520 U. red fir 410 M, KEU
'4 yoilaw pina 480 V. rdr fir SOO V.
fir 40 If, NWH SE4 yUaw ptne
" 1:. Mm piaa 170 M. red fir 420 M
Is 'ir 50 M. SEH E yellow ptne
, . aarar piaa SO M, rea fir 400 M,
f l"r(f SE yellow pine ESO M. io(tr
I r'ae 140 M. rod Or 500 M. white fir 60
9 . KF.V 8WU reilow piaa 70 If. rod
f- 125 bi. KWU SWU yellow piaa 180
1 M. nr pme 40 bf . red fir S25 M. white
I f'r 50 V, SE U PW14 yellow piaa $'B M.
ar piaa' isu m. rea rtr aa m. w w
? yelW ptna 440'lf. aagar pina 70
. r re rtr 90 M, ana a af tha timbar aa
itl tertioa to ba said for leaa tn $1.50
If! th Tallow and aarar piaa.
t.S pe ii for tha red fir and 50 rente
M for the wWte fir. T. IS 8., K. 12
P'- KEH red and yellow
fir 50 M white fir SAO If. red eedar
70 M. hemlock 20 Vf. KW red
id yellow fir 1850 M. white fir 50 If
red cedar '40 V, XH4 SWfc rod aad
yellow fir 15 JO K. wblto fir 60 bf. red
r-dar 20 K. hemlock so M. anna of the
m If" thU tioa to ba told for Wa
thaa S2 per M for tha red aad yellow
tK- "5 ,?'l 50 ",T,t Par if for
lock. fir aad $1 per M for tha bam-
" WUUlJf SPP.T.
INDEPENDENCE. Oct. 27.-
(AP) H. R. Stelner, local dis
tributor for the Fordl company,
arrired homo this week1; from Lin
coln, 'Nebraska,' whero he waa
called on account: of the serious
Illness ot his father. : He reports
his father's condition mnch im
LONDON, (AP) John K. Wil
liamson, of Detroit Michigan, who
is .atoppfng la sjjamaon. ban - re-
lcere'd tao priso rejection sup of
his writing career from a firm of
Chinese publishers. - - - :
"We read your manuscript: with
boundless delight," wrote the Chi
nese firm. "By the sacred ashes
of tour ancestors we swear that
we hare nerer -dipped Into a book
of snch overwhelming mastery. If
we were to publish this book it
would be impossible in the future
to Issue any book of a lower
standard.---: ; . .
"As It is nnthinkable that with
in the next ten thousand rears we
Ice Water Gains Favor
: :Wjth English Drinkers
of whom 22 were aboard the
Morlls said that ' Captain : Simon
Gall of the Italian liner went down
with his ship. Captain Prirat of
the Mozlla said he was not sure of
this as the only thing he knew
about it was that he heard Cap
tain -Gull giving orders on . the
bridge of ' the i sinking vessel a
short time before it foundered.
. ; Wild Panic Recalled '
Captain Privat said, "The scenes
could, not have been more horrible
than ther were, especially the
screaming in the midst of the wind
and darkness from women and
cniiaren.' nelplesa In the ocean
waves. t ' ,
The disaster was due, according
to Cajptain Privat, to the loss, of a
propoller in such a way as to per
mit aa inflow of water, causing an
explosion of the boilers."
"I believe," he declared, "that
it is bot exaggeration to say there
were 400 , dead." I
; Other Reports Conflict
Captain PrtTafs estimate; of the
lost js not borne "out by wireless
reports previously received .from
other rescue , Tesaela. . - Toe other
essels tonight were enrou te ; to
Rio -Janeiro, 200 miles or more
farther- from, the scene o f the dis
aster tnan Mania, wireless , re-i
ports from these vessels indicated
that all but (8 of those aboard the
Mafalda had been saved. The sur
vivors brougt In by the tfoslla con
sisted of SO passengers, two ships
officers and twenty members of
the. crew;; -, ' ; ;' '
Most of the Tietlms were first
and second class passengers, ac
cording to survivors, aboard the
Moslla, They declared that the:
last ther saw of the Matalda's cap
tain was when the ressel turned
over and he shonted "Viva Italia l"
The surviTors said that tho '."wire
less operator also remained at his
post aad went down with the ship.
Tragedy Strikes Suddenly ,
Jast before the crash, according
to the survivors, the Mafalda was
making 'good; speed and eTeryone
was enjoying the tropical sunset
'and. cool breezes prior to dinner.
Suddenly a roar and a eraah, fol
lowed br' the sound of rushing
water la the bowels of the ship,
and then a - terrible explosion
which: blew asunder the beautiful
salons and staterooms of the first
and second classes snd turned the
laughter and fun Into screams of
agony, , . . . .
The scene was appalling, ac
cording to the aurvirors. Tho
groans of the Injured and dying
unnerved those who were unhurt.
and weeping, " praring, women
called upon the Madonna for help
while mothers caught their babies
to their breasts and panic strick
en men jumped overboard.
' Captain Meets Emergency
Captain Gull was given credit
tor bringing the situation quickly
under control. The ship's orches
tra aided in calming the unfortun
ate voyagers. The Tessel sank two
hours and a half after the acci
dent,- according to those o the
Mozlla. Previous reports were
that the- Mafalda sank in half an
hourKV , , . !
The Mafalda's machinery and
electric lights soon failed, plung
ing the struggling victims . Into
darkness, but flashlight torches
and every other available light
was thrown upon the scores of
persons in the water and upon the
sloping decks of the Mafalda.
When rescue vessels arrived they
turned their searchlights upon the
scene , and l one rescuing vessel
(previously reported to have been
the French - liner Formosa) actu
ally tied alongside the ship until
the strain of its sinking was too
great and It had to be cut loose.
Ougannes On Extended Trip
Jhrcugh Vestern States
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INDEPENDENCE, Oct. 27
( Special )--Dr. and Mrs. Duganne
left on aa extended business trip
through Idaho, J Montana and
Utah. Dr. Duganne operates one
of the largest poultry farms in the
state having had at one time
25,000 birds on one farm.
Mrs. O..D. Butler returned the
early partof the week from Port
land, whero ahe was In attendance
at the De Los Eldrldge wedding.
During her stay in Portland she
was a auest at the K. C. Eldrldge
home. The Eldrldges were form
erly residents of Independence.
Insurance company, was aa In
dependence visitor the first of the
week on his wsy to Valseta.
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LEASES RAACn t
INDEPENDENCE, Oct. 27-
(AP) "Doc": Black, prominent
cattle buyer, has leased the Mark
StraffoTd farm aad plans to stock
it with thoroughbred cattle.
PARIS. Oct. 27. (AP). Al
bert Champion, Franco-American,
spark' plug manufacturer died
here todar. ', Ha was on a raca-
tlon from the United States. ,
Eastern Star Chapter
Initiates Two Members
INDEPENDENCE, Oct. 27.
(Special) Adah CbS.pter, O. E
S. held .Its regular session Tues-
dar eTening. . Two candidates were
initiated into the order,: Mr and
Mrs. Ed Jensen. Mrs. EL. E. llill
of Salem, formerly of Indepen
dence. was also received Into af
filiated membership. At the close
of the meeting refreshments were
served. -. j-. .
Charles Elliott! ot Salem, rep
resentinr the Penn-Mntual Lite
Sun Struck Hen Lays
More Eggs Than 7,ell
MARKEN RASEN, England -(AP)
The latest methods of getting-
bens to lay to to afflict them
, F. Parker, of this city, bas- a
hen which was affected br sun
stroke when about a month old.
Since It bas grown up it has
been laying two eggs at a time an
average of tour days a week and
on two occasions has laid three.
Recently the other hens on the
roost resented this Infringement
of union rules, and began attack
ing the hen.
LEAVES FOR NEWPORT
INDEPENDENCE. Oct. 27.
(AP) Miss Plant of Wigrlch left
Monday for an Indefinite stay at
Newport. While there she will oc
cupy the. "Rose Court" cottage.
JAPAN WANTS COLOR
. TOKYO No white undereloth
ing for the;' Japanese! They wear
under-garmenta which have colors
from brilliant orange or scarlet to
royal purple. The brighter the
color. the greater the. sales.
Read the Classified Ads
Becke & Hendricks
189 N. High .
LONDON (AP) England will
soon be an ice-water nation. Just
5 i This is ; tho prediction of ex
bltors of refrigeration In Agricul
Having taken a large part In
establishing ice-cream as a na
tional food. the. refrigerator mak
ers are now out to popularize ice
water. ' Thia last summer, how
ever, has hit tho Ice machine
builders "In the neck," since the
weather has done Its own refrigerating.
w - a
Silk Stockings :
.Jn our large stock will be
; foundrhose. for every .
casion, AU tfZ, service, .
ihedium and theer ehif
forts. r -". "
Colors are neio-arid blend
perfectly with the Fall
frocks. We tcill be glad
to show you the new num
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