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The OltEGON STATESMAN,1 Salera, - Oregon, SnndayMorning;-- September 27,1S31
Development In Elkhorn Re
gion During Week $aid .-:
:: Encouraging ,
SCIO, Sept. 2S. George BJl
yeu oX, Sclo and others recently
returning - from the Crown mfne
At Elkhorn, ast of this city, are
enthusiastic oyer recent disclos
ures In. the tunnel, which Jias now
reached a distance ot ; about 400
feet beneath the surfaca.M r. BI1
yen has long been interested in
the mine. .'-; -- ,! v , -
That the Crown mine in par
ticular and ' the Elkhorn' mining
district In general on ( the upper
North, Santiain riTer ; are attract
ing increased attention is maieat
edy the fact that many interest-
mA vliUitn rwcntl hav rnnA atsf
tha rronnda and a larre nnmber
ed- the interior workings .of the
; T. A. Carpenter, engineer at the
Crown mine, i has this ireekr been
overhauling large ennlne at Leo
anon preparatory to installing it
In i the mine t ant early date,, it
was reported in; Sclo. This engine
will be nsed to- drive- the com
pressor and isot much i larger ca
pacity than the -machine formerly
in nse there. j It is hoped to hare
the larger engine Installed within
a few days, Taylor anndanced.; In
the meantime mother - equipment
tor more rapid tunneling is to be
secured, it was stated. j
B. Peery, Sclo ' farmer who
is also, manager of the,, mine, re
cently has deroted much personal
attention to the workings of the
mine, 'TDerelopments during "the"
week hare been very encouraging,
the rein now being drifted in con
tinuing to' show increased values
and width," Perry said in Sclo this
week.! "The fact that this-vein is
leading directly into the 1 locality
that W. J. Elmendorf, a noted
mining engineer, advised the com
pany to enter ; has made It of more
than passing' Interest, and the
outcome Is being closely watch
ed " Peery continued. ;
"The rein, is showing much wa
ter and indications are very strong
that a break of some importance
is now. close at hand. Much oxi
dized ; matter lately has' made its
appearance, and " the . mine t crew
has -been putting in some long
hours in driving forward."
CUKES IDE IN
' RICKREALL, Sept. 26 - The
mail service on the : rural jroutes
out of Rlckreall has been consid
erably changed since the middle
of the month. r; For several years
the surrounding territory has
been served, by two .routes carried
by J. O. Price and I. W. Goodell.
'Mr. Price has - recently been
transferred to the route left "va
cant by the death of Frank -Morrison
at " Dallas and the north
half of - route one out t of Rlck
reall which Mr. Price . has been
carrying was added to Mr. Mor
rison's former route making 47
miles. Those living north and
west of RickrealT will r now i: re
ceive their mail from. Pallas.
The south part of route one
has been added to route two
which Mr. Goodell still carries
but which, will be known as route
one, Rlckreall. Mr. Price is on
lit. v..Hrbn vt nrtr Kilt wliAn V a rA.
tarns will assume the duties on
his new route and will move his
family to Dallas soon..
A. R. Cadie and Fred A uer' re
turned from a hunting trip with
four fine1 deer.-- They left last
Friday, driving as far as Oak
ridge then packed into the moun
tains 25 miles from there.--
Band in Prospect
" For High School
STAYTON, Sept, 2U-Proi. E.
H. Kleffmen of CorvalliS has been
consulting with Prof. H. E. Toble
in regard to organizing a school
band. PrOfesor Kief f man at pres
ent is conducting bands at Corral
lis, ; Lebanon, the Legion' band at
Albany and the K. C. band here.
He has a: plan whereby those
who do not care to ; purchase in
struments until they ji re sure they
care to follow band Swots, may
Tent them for a nominal sum.
There wtll-be on--rehearsal a
week, such as he is giving the Ki
C. band, and' anyone in- the school
radius of Stayton who Is interest
ed, is asked -to see Professor Toble.
Holders" Are Home
, After Trip i South
- LIBERTY," Sept. 26;Mr. and
Mrs. Hubert Holder and Roy Mink
ot Salem returned Friday from a
week's trip to southern Oregon.
There will be no school Wed
nesday, as that Is Salem day at
the state fair, to enable everyone
so. i , i j ; ; cv,..
J Mrs. Fred Browning i returned
Friday from a two weeks' trip to
The Dalles, where she visited her
sister, Mrs. Farr.
Fair Buggy Relic
, SILVERTON Sept. J 26 M. A.
Gottenburg,, whose collection or
transportation means of days that
are past, i has loaned his hand-
Seme. frlnrfUon fnnr.TminiAr
buggy to the state fair "and it
wui oe usea in the ouggy parade
at the fair night horse Bhows.
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vf 'DALlJia"- snt .
.... wvjrii w auu
MrsH. W. Burton and small son
and daughter have returned to
their home in n cuii
after a 10-days visit with rela-
Tenderfoot, Here ;
Is Opportunity to. Brush
Fifty bucking horses await the
opening of the Rodeo-Bucterod
three-day program starting Sat
urday at the Oregon State fair.!
'In the parlance of rodeo men;
there Is "never a horse that ha
nt been rode,-never a' rider that
hasn't, been " throwed." 4
t Despite , this - some bucking
horses .always remain outlaws
kicking, biting, and ' scratching
whenever a "hand" comes near
them. . Of this type are -Murder
Creek, Pi near, AJax and Barnacle
Bill, here tor the fair. Other
horses just, as tough to ride as
th outlaws, seem .to know the
game and -are not vicious to han
dle, except: for the;' man who
mounts them In the arena..
' For -Ihose who may. wish - to
brush up on .their "rodeo talk,
Pr." W. H.- Lytle of Salem, chief
of : the ''animal industry division;
department : : of L agriculture, ' has'
eompiled the -following- glossary
of range Jngo:.. '
, ; Band aay small herd oX-CAfe
ite horses lot sheep.
3 Hackamore a.sllp loop, nosed
halter with a light strap on ei
ther, side .going over .the head. 'J
Hackamore rope often a hair
rope which - by skilful looplnC. a
hackamore halter 'is improvised, s
Breaking conquering t horses
by force. . :
; Boys cowboys or cowhands.';
. Broncho Buster or Buckaroo 4
cowboy who i rides and ,,- breaks
i i.wwr . - "wf i - w .
id west vocabulary
; Bucking effort
. Bucking i straight-away con
sists . in . long rocking Jumps; not
difficult to , ride - . i
Sunfishing bucking with
arched back and with posterior
body twists; difficult to ride. '
? High rollers-horse ' that bucks
by leaping' Into the air.
Spinner twisting around in a
circle. Ml' J v. ': -1
Riding slick riding with usual
cowboy equpjnent; i. e., saddle,
chaps; and spur..! without hobbled
stirrups, locked spurs or bucking
rolls. : ; . r
Slick heels riding without
spurs. f 1 r , - .: -:-
Locked spurs spurs in which
the rowels have j been- fastened so
they will not turn. j
Throwing; the ; steel, raking or
scratching use the .spurs when
raking. ' .. In ; scratching legs must
be loosened and if rider scratches
he is making good ride, if on
bad horse. .,; ..; . i ,. 1
Straightup sitting erect in
saddle, one ; hand holding halter,
other hand i high i in air or "fan
ning" with hat. . f
Close seat seated in the sad
dle close and i firm.
Riding safe -sitting tight or
close In saddle, legs tightly grip
ping horse's ; side with spurs
locked in cinch.
Riding sloppy sitting loosely
in saddle; regarded poor Tiding
but risky. ,. r
Seeing daylight ' When day
light can be . seen between rider
and . saddle generally . results in
rider being thrown. -
Pulling leather holding to
any part of saddle. Disqualifies
rider considered mote of dis
grace than to be thrown. I,
Choking the Biscuit grabbing
horn ot saddle same j as pulling
leather. 1 I , .j I
Biting the 1 dust cowboy term
for being thrown. 'An "English
man calls it "chewing, the ra-
Tel." " v . . . j h !
Bunch, grassera range .horses
living on bunch grassj .'!
1 Cattle rusUers cattle thief.- - L
Cavy band of. saddle horses
used In livestock -roundup. "! 1 i
Chuck wagoncowboy wagon.
- Vaquero (Spanish)-icowboy.
Critter any range i beast. 1 '- )
' Cat out-te 'separate animals.
, Gentling taming an unbroken,
hone. . j. 1 , , J -J-
' Hi-Tu-Skcokum ! Indian' for
"very, good." V ' - ! .-, ?
Hobbles short, chain locked
cuffs for tying fore legs together
to prevent, straying.' f - "
' Honda metals loop . or Inside
eyelet through" which5 lariat rope
slides. ,"J. ; i -l.
:rf Horse terminology Broncho
or ; Broncs . ( Spanish )-f or " small
native horses now applied to aU
wild.' untamed equine animals.--
. . Outlaw - s sometimes called
fbad one" "killer; always fights
and bucks refuses te be gehtled
qr eonquerea. - . .? . j
Slick Ear or Maveriefc-4-applled
to an unbranded ' range or wild
horse.-, . '-j ti. j. -j - ; - ; r
" Wild ' Horse' -f- native rang
horse that has never been ridden.
- Lariat or Lasso often -called
"rope"' made of rawhide or hemp
with loop making noose. ' - ; ;
Mustang small - Texas horse;
called Fuzz-tall or jBob-tfl : by
northwest .oowboys. . 1 - A I.
Outfit the complement rot a
ranch including horses, livestock,
men and holdings. - I . .-
Red-eye or Nose Paint -whiskey.
" '!?' .
- Parts of i saddle i-tree wood
frame; horn- front knob covered
with leather; ? fork front part of
tree; cantle raised hack, ot sad
dle; skirts or SuderderoS .(Span
ish) broad under, leathers next
to horse; stirrup-leather cover
ed foot rests;, fenders or poslder
os ,(Spani6h)-sweat protectors
hanging from tlrrnp leather sup
porters; cinch' or clncha (Span
ish) girth under horse's belly to
hold saddle! on; Latigos C Span
ish) long leather i stirrup covers
(16 inches). -; -( ( ' - t ' '
Quirt short leather riding
Whip. I ' ' !: 4 ':. - ll j- ,
Steer bulldoggingj a practice
among cowboys of i throwing or
wrestling with a steer barehand
ed. Cowboy; rides , along side ot
racing steer grabs the horns and
swings to ground,' ! f
Hoollhaning a form or bull
dogging ' not generally allowed;
consists in jumping: on neck of
steer suddenly, forcing his head
into . ground, "tripping him very
dangerous but spectacular. !
Steer bunting r-roplng or throw
ing steer, with lariat! from horse-
OF FJIil FEATURES
Musical rVograms, - Events
Of Rodeo and Races
' To be Announced
'Two public address-' cars are
available at the Oregon state fair
to i conrey ; f information, . . enter
tainment and amusement. ' -
- The Cherry City car has" w
dertaken to broadcast the musical
programs from tho, booth of the
Oregon Federation of Music clubs.
,Thei ear -will be stationed out
side the Agricultural : building
r . Hogtielng ,tleing . .. together
forefeet, and - one hindfoot after
steer has been thrown, .
! Strays cattle qr horses mixed
With other owner's lot. :.
I - Wild - bunch a n-y untamed
herd of animals -- -i - ' ?
:! , wrangling rounding up, catch-'
fag and saddling range horses.
a ' Wrangler a ? buckaroo lirho
handles the 'bucking horses in the
arena. . . ,
"tv Snubbing the. act of tying the
horses to some fixed object : us-;
ijally saddle -; horn ' ot ,i another
horse. ;.' ""-r' , ; f ; ; t,
' '' Pick-up or. take-up men--us'ed
to " catch ' buckera so rider may
safely dismount.1 " '.. :.
h. The wind up or fall round-up
tbe i annual gathering -of cattle
from ranges' for. sorting and
branding fat r"an!mals to go to
market. -, . . . . '.
during the programs from 12 to
1,1 to 4, S to and7 to 8 every
day. Ia addition the car will be
available for various other oc
casions. - '
- The Texaco company car. ari
ranged' for bfT. L. Kuhns, Sa
lem 'agent "for the 'Texas com
pany, m Is ia charge, of Paul F.
Davis "of Los Angeles, assisted by
Carroll i Waller ot Albany.
Davis said the car la wortTi
$11,000 and " Is i completely
equipped for carrying the an
nouncements to every part ' of
the audience. Davis Is assigned to
the- states of Oregon, Washington,
Idaho and Mdntana. i
"h Some of Kts engagements thii
year have been to -announce for
the- northern - Montana fair at
Great Falls, the, Montana state
fair at . Helena, the Butte rodeo,
the national Elk a' convention at
Seattle, -the Ellensburg , . rodeo;
the Columbia county falr; at ."St.
Helens and the Washington- coun
ty fair at Hilsboro, , the , Oregon
livestock show at Union, , the Day-ton-Waitsburg
show, the Odd Fel
lows convention, and . the Rose
burg airport "dedication, fHe will
announce ' for the homecoming
football game rat;Eugene' between
University 'of Oregon and' Oregon'
State college. - - v: - - -
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; ' SILVERTbN.:SeRt 26 Eftfl J
Adams,' president', of the local
chamber-of commerce, announced
Friday af ternoon, : the .'committee
which will ; take charge Cof i - the
poultry, show to be held '..bere
sometime in . November. .Warren
CraMroe, local 'Smith-Hughes ' In
structor, has "been chosen1 as
chairm an; He will be assisted by
Ernest '-Starr and - George Hubbs
.besides, members ef the.1-local
Smith-Hughes department. - ! -
FarotTalies. Barn ;
On Balicr's FarmV
: Held Hay, Grains
TALBOT, Sept 28- ire of
undetermined origin destroyed
the barn of Miram Baker- near
Talbot Thursday "night. ' Several
tons of hay and a few sacks of
grain were destroyed.! There was
no insurance on the barn or ' the
contents, -, t
: Word . was received here today
that -Janiea Harlan was taken,
suddenly ill and rushed I to 1 the
Albany hospital - for aa append f-
dtls t operation. - " ..
Don't rob yoiir
. child of the ben-
Sefit of . keen .via-
ion at tne risx oi -
.permanent visual .
" impairment. - -:
:.. . -'-. .
Ouri glaeses are A
, insured , against .
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