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THE GOLD HILI. NEWS, THURSDAY. MAY 2«, 1932
Through Mists of Memory
OREGON STATE NEWS
Principal Events of the Week
Assembled for Information
of Our Readers.
T he g i reat erar la a memory now, shrouded In
Work of completing the grading na
the middle sector of the Camas creek
grade on the Pendleton-John Day high
way la now being carried on hy two
shifts. It la expected to completo tho
grading by July 1.
While leading a search for Mario«
Long. 70 years old. missing from his
Ashlaad home. O. W. Duaford. county
jailer, was bitten by a rattlesnake
when beating through the brush. Ills
condition was not serious.
D E V IL J U D D T O L L IV E R
T H E MARKETS
Ten thousand fingerling trout were
the mista of yeara into which men vanish . . .
E V IL ." J»bn Fox. Jr., called him
prematurely released Into Crabtree
but out of the rain and the darkness on the long
Wheat — Dig Bend blusslem. hard
In "The T rail of tha UmMuroa
creek recently when a track bearing
road to Flanders comes the sound of hobnails
«Inter, 71c; soft white and weatern
I'lne." "Devil" Judd Tolliver, but all
clanking . . . and faces flash out from tha night
white, 51 %c; hard winter, northern
land Inn and crashed Into the stream. up and down tha borderland of Ken
and fads again . . . men of the diamond, the
spring and weatern red. B9$4c.
The fish and truck and driver were un tucky, from Ihe Illg Kundy to the Cum-
gridiron and the track . . . H a n k Gowdy, b rav
her In lot and far Into the Blue Illdga
Hay—Buying prices. f. o. b. Port
harmed by their 12 foot fall.
est of the Braves, the first big leaguer to go . . .
mountains of Virginia ha waa known
land; Alfalfa. Yakima. 514.
T om m y Hitchcock, trading his seat in the sad
Spinach harvest has started In Ihe «a "Bad." "Bad" John W rlglil. straight-
dle for a ride on the back of a war eagle . . .
Troutdale and Corbelt comm unit lea. shooting son of the hllla, a bail man
Eggs—Ranch, llO 12c.
John M iljua. he of the wild pitch, tosaing fast
The sudden change of weather from to pick a quarrel with. I f you doubted
Hogs—Good to choice, |S 1504.10.
ball grenades at the pill boxes at Varennes. . . .
cool, moist days to heat la hastening that tlie lanky old man who died Just
Cattle—Choice steers, |9 5J07.
Red-shirted Shawkey standing by at the sur
the harvesting and cutting down the a few years ago at the age of ninety
Lambs—Spring, I t 50 0 5 00.
render of the German grand fleet. . , . M ajor
value of the crop. However, many bad earned that ominous title, yon bad
F rank Cavanaugh, sitting down to fumble at the
otdy Io look at the thirty mid notches
are turning out good yields.
shrapnel in his shoulder. . . . T om m y Arm our,
Wheat—Soft white, weatern white,
on Ids gun, or nt "Wrlghl'a cemetery,"
fighting the darkness w ith shell-torn eyes. . . .
Salaries of city employes of Eugene, a little plot so called because “Bad"
hard wiuter, (Ottc; weatern red,
Jess Petty and Joe H arris, w ith the bases loaded
59t>c; northern spring, * lH c ; blue-
John had filled more graves In It than
and mud up to their hips. . . . Eddie Ric ken-
cent according to kctlon of tho city »ny oilier cause.
hacker, cruising the c’ouds like a bird of prey.
it Is only fair to give credence to
council. The resolution did not In
. . . Johnny Poe, Johnny Overton, crashing that
Wrlghl'a claim dial all of hla killings
Hindenburg line. . . . Ton y W i'd ing , Captain
son. city recorder, voluntarily asked were In lha enuae of law and order, or
Hoga—Good to choice, 5404.15.
Cheape. T om m y O ’Brien, Jeon Bouin, Cyril
si least under etrcumsiancea under
that he be reduced 10 per cent. also.
Cattle—Choice steers, 1907.
Tolly, Gene Tunney— facet marching past into
which, somebody being Ixiuml lo tie
the mists . . . a face flashes past that w ill not
Sheep— Spring lamba. 5508.
The campaign to rid the slate high
killed, justice waa with (be keenest
return— Eddie G rant, stopping his last terrific
ways of overloaded trucks, and restrict eye and the atralghirid aim. Bui light
line drive w ith h it heart . . . into the darkness
Cattle—Steers, good. 5609.78.
the speed of alt commercial vehicles ing was Ida second no lure. During Ihe
and rain they march again . . , but the war is
Hoga —Good to choice, 53 <0 03.75.
within the legal limitations, Is to be Civil w ar he served first as scout for
old now and memories of men vanish in the
Ijtm ba—Good to choice, J4.7505 6O. continued vigorously by the state high Morgan's Raiders on the Confederate
mists of years.
— D etro it News.
way commission, R. II. Baldlrk, state side, was captured and Imprisoned at
highway engineer at Salem, haa an old Fort Smith and on hla release
The Southern -Pacific depot and
Joined up with the Union army nml
ticket office at Central Point, Jackson
fougbl with ll through to the end of
county, haa been closed for lack of
the war. He was quite a family man,
loo, several lim es a tmaliaiid and fa
a spade which haa been continuously
ther of over thirty children whom ho
Chiloquin won the county grade
In use In her family for 47 years. The kept track of In hla own mind hy tha
school track meet at Klamath Falls. blade Is approximately
by 11 Ingenious device of associating them
Its score wak 70 points. Altamont
Inches and worn much shorter on the with their mother's maiden name.
grade school was second and Malin
left tide. The original handle Is In Alice Wright, the original of June of
Ihe novel, for Instance, was a Harmon.
More than 500 Idle workers of Wasco
The yearly wool shipments have When John Fox, Jr., knew Wright, he
county will be given employment with started from eaalera Oregon, moclly owned .3.INX) acres of land In lameaome
in the next two weeks, when 510.000 by truck, and over the Waplnltla cut cove. All except the burial ground
la to be expended for the picking of off. Some la coming (0 miles from which held his ancestors back to tha
days of Daniel Boone Wright later
the pea crop.
beyond Burns and two trips weekly sold out for a ridiculously low price
The board of directors of the Marsh are all llial can be made. The wool
to n coal company.
field Chamber of Commerce haa gone goes to tho Woolgrowera' Co-operative
a • a
on record In favor of placing a tax of association In Portland.
T H E TE D D Y BEAR
10 cents per pound on all butter sub
Severe winter conditions In Oregon
stitutes sold In Oregon.
uplands, especially In the Blue moun- !
HE Teddy Bear, essential to every
Mr. and Mrs. Thaddeus C. Wheaton lain range, together with famished J
nursery twenty years ago and still
of Tigard celebrated thetr 50th wed predatory animals, made heavy In a popular toy. was of course named
ding anniversary recently. Mr. and roads Into the number of deer during for Teddy Roosevelt, but how a Presi
Mrs. Wheaton were married In San the past season, according to (he April dent of the L'nlled Stales liecante asso
Francisco, Calif.. In 1885.
report of Stanley G. Jewett of the ciated wllh a humble little sluffed
bear la Jual s mil her proof of lha so-
Contracts have been signed by 18 United Slates biological survey.
called "|Miwer o f the preaa."
farmers of Tillamook county to raise
Laying of the 141 tons of submarine
T WAS the armistice. The eleventh
RLINGTON was never destined
N T H E darkness of that unhappy
About 1888 In a title village In Ger
lettuce, following the visit there of cable to form the main river unit of
hour of the eleventh day of the
to be a battlefield. It was fated
night of devastation, the last nigh:
many a crippled dreaamaker named
eleventh month, 1018, marking the Walter S. Roberta of Forest Grove. the transmission system of the North
to be Instead a vast monument
of the World war, the old fighting
Murgnrete Xlelff concocted out of left
western Electric company between over arrape of malarial a little stuffed
Elghty-nlnth— by that time one of the
to the fruits of battle. There were end of modern man's most terrible de Planting Is now in progress.
bauch of blood-letting; starting the
crack shock divisions of the A. E. F.— brought the dead from those terrible
Canyon City’s traditional "Whiskey Portland and Ariel hydro-electric pow bear which alia presented lo a child
desolating bang-over period from Gulch" '62 celebration hna been an er plant In Washington, was complet of t be nelghlMirlmd. The liter proved
bridged Powder river, near Stenay, fields where, for four years, the youth
which the combatants of the World nounced for June 17 and 18. Friday ed by the Phoenix Utility company. so popular that her brother, Richard
under the fire of those deadly bat of North and South slew each other lo
There rose. In
war—both victors and vanquished— will be Pioneer day and Saturday's The three oil-filled cables were laid
teries from the eastern shore, and
Stelff. with an eye to bualneaa, had
threw the Three Hundred and Fifty-
token that North and South should are Just emerging.
other bears manufactured and put on
program will feature an emigrant from Vancouver to Hayden Island last
And aronnd the world there was
third Infantry, the Sunflower regiment, no longer shed each other's blood, a
the m arket The tlrst stuffed hears
universal rejoicing and peace;
on Into enemy land. Up the gentle monument to the Confederacy. There,
sold In Ibis country were Imported
The blaring or sirens, the blowing
Fire hazards In the national forests
slopes of the Meuse they went, “main wltbout distinction of state or section,
In HKK! l«y Boigfcltlt A Co.
now He dead from the Spanish war— of whistles, the ringing of bells, the this summer will be at the minimum, elate of Oregon were ordered by
taining contact with the enemy."
That same fall President Roosevelt
waving of flags. Streets littered with in the opinion of C. C. Hall, super Charles M. Thomas, public utilities
What meaning in those five simple Including the sallori of the Slnlne—
wenl burning In Mlsslsalppl, Stxin lha
paper, surging crowds, parades and visor for Linn county. There Is more commlssijner, to file in his depart
words! Perhaps back In our homes the Philippine Insurrection, and the
ever watchful press Informed Ihe coun
demonstrations; Caruso singing from
World war. The monuments are often
In America, after all these soft and
snow in the mountains than for 15 or ment by July 1 complete and detailed
try that Its President hail refused to
peaceful years, we forget—doubtless distinctive, and there are stones carved
Inventories of their properties. Thomsa shoot a small bear which had been
Broadway hotel; negro red-caps In
with the last brave words of dying
most of ns would like to forget! But
I f the high school tuition law Is de said the Inventories would be used In captured and brought Into camp for
Grand Central station rnke-wniking
the combat men of the A. E. F.—God boys.
him lo kill. Clifford E. Berryman,
through the concourse behind one clared unconstitutional 518 pupils, or connection with future Investigations
help them—will never remove from
No soldier, from the Unknown In
cartoonist, proceeded to make the In
porter who was pushing an Invalid 23.5 per cent of the enrollment In of the rates, charges and practices of
their seared memories of those days his magnificent emplacement above
cldeni subject for a cartoon In which
the thoughts which “contact" brings, the river to the bumble Vermont or chair In which was a stuffed figure of Salem junior and senior high schools atlllties.
Uooaevclt, gun In one hand and the
mustard gas, shrapnel, wire, machine Iowa private brought with the other
The Apple Growers' association can other ralaed traffic cop fashion as If
will be affected, according to Super
The President's and Mrs. Wilson’s intendent Hug.
guns, the deadly bayonet, the high ex shattered wreckage of the Wilderness
nery at Hood River will commence to prevent such s deed. stood with hit
plosive, the dirt, the filth, the havoc or the Rappahannock, could ask a automobile escorted to the White
back turned lo another mnn leading
Resolutions opposing designation ol operations early In June, V. C. Follen-
House by cheering throngs.
lovelier resting place, or one more
lus, general manager, has announced. n liny bear on a ropn. I .a he led "Draw
Clemenceau—the old Tiger of France one group of doctors in a community
The morning wore on. Fighting peaceful. Despite the constant going
—expressing his satisfaction of vic for the treatment of patients subject Processing and canning of straw ing tbs Line In Mississippi," the car
men went down, never to rise again. and coming of visitors, the place Is
tory before the French chamber. to industrial accidents have been berries will be the first operation, toon look the country by storm. Berry
Others clawed the brown grass and qulef—far quieter, probably, than It
man aulisequenlly adopted Ihe hear at
Home— wild wllh victory; Tokyo echo adopted by the Polk-Yamhill-Marion which will be carried on until cherries
soil In agony from wounda they will
was In the early days when .Mr. Custls
are ready. Full-time operation Is ex mascot for all of hit Roosevelt car
carry until the sunset day of life.
used to allow the people of Washing ing with cheers—an allied world de Medical society.
toons and Margarets SlellTa "Bluffed
lirious with Joy.
But still the Americans pressed on.
pected during the strawberry, cherry
ton to hold picnics down near the
The Linn county court has an
bear" was soon being sold as Teddy's
Happy, dancing, singing groups all
And then came the first order of river In Custls grove. No one dances
and pear seasons.
or the Teddy bear.
houetted around the campfires, and In nounced a new schedule of wages that
Change, from the commanding officer, In Arlington now as they did In those
Ranchers in the vicinity of Hood
the villages behind the lines, lights represents a cut of 20 to 25 per cent,
watch In band, of a battery of the days before its somber glory had been
•'heavies" miles In the rear, “Cease bestowed upon It. But one can wan appeared In windows that had been as compared with last year. It calls River are puzzled over an unusual
5AM PA TC H
darkened throughout the war, welcom for an eight-hour day with no allow phenomenon In local cherry orchards
Firing.” A little later the same Idea
der along shaded roads and paths and
From some unknown
had transferred Itself lo the fussy 75s.
be aware of the heavy march of his ing beams of yellow radiance Invited ance for overtime.
f F T IIE name of Sam Patch became.
to warmth and comfort within. The
cause a profusion of twin cherries
Then came 11 o’clock and silence!
tory. of exquisite natural beauty.
I several general Ions ago, a synonym
Directors of the Klamath County
I t was the end! Fonr long years of
O f old. u n h a p p y f a r - o f f th in g s .
for boasting, cockaurs foolhardiness, It
Chamber of Commerce have voted In
travail were over. And there the men
A n d b a ttle s lo n g ago,
ihe middle and lower valleys. While
wus not so much because of what he
a part of that corridor of light across opposition to the payment of the sol the number of twin cherries on some
stood, “with their hands still clasped
did na been use of Die way he did IL
war-torn Europe, the glow, the heat,
on their empty gats and their thoughts
trees will not exceed 2 per cent, there
Sam was a brave "stunt" Jumper lo
a pain so old that It has long since
and the warmth.
It was pence.— have recommended that the Oregon
ncorss the seas.” Mother, sweetheart,
are a number of trees on which dual
From leaping boldly off
ceased to be pain.
delegation In congress do its utmost
wife— they would see them again I—
cherries will number from 20 to 40 per
bridges Into the stream below and
The visitor may pass In review
to balance the budget
from the tops of windmills, he ad
cent, especially In Bings.
almost the whole history of the Re
The city council of Albany has de
vanced In his art lo such a point that
public— pioneer days, for Arlington
The dates for the 23rd annual Leban
elded to maintain this summer the
was once a wilderness sold for a few
he leaped aucccssfully from a shelf
on strawberry fair have been an
hogsheads of tobacco; Revolutionary
municipal playground for children In
of rock midway between the highest
nounced for June 3 and 4. Chairman
days; years of far flung Internecine
point on Goul Island and (he water
Takennh park, which proved so suc
Walter Alvin and his executive com at Niagara fulls. Meantime, of course,
warfare, shaking the nation to Its
cessful last year. The city will pro
foundations; records of fighting on
he also advanced In fHme and fortune,
vide a supervisor for three m >nths at
working hard preparing to make the from a humble rollon spinner In Paw
the western plains and on the Islands
a salary of 590 per month.
fair bigger and better than ever. Many tucket. It, I., In which place he was
of the Atlantic and Pacific oceans;
The annual meeting of the Pine new features are to be on the program horn In 1810. to a public figure, draw
and finally, the sacrificial years of
Eagle Dairymen’s Co-operative Cream
1917 and 1918. But he will rome back
and the largest shortcake ever made ing down good romiiensnlton and fol
ery association resulted In selection ol will be on exhibition and will be cut
to the tomb of the Unknown Soldier
lowed hy admiring throngs wherever
with an unanswered question—with
Gil W right of Newbridge and L. E
and given nway at noon on the first
the question. Indeed, which more than
Sant waxed In confidence and ambi
Garllnghouse, Halfway, as directors day of tho fair. The cake will be 12
any other In these latter days troubles
tion. At length, In November, 1820,
for three-year terms. The annual re
by 14 feet In size and about a foot
humanity. For there is still space for
port submitted to some 150 members thick and It will take about two days he fnced an excited audience gathered
other valiant dust.
who attended showed 897,089 pounds to make and assemble the cake and to see him leap the Genessee falls on
Ihe Genessee river near Rochester, N.
butter manufactured during the It will feed a good sized piece to 6000
In M e m o ris m
Y„ and said; "Napoleon was a great
yhar at Halfway and Richland.
In grateful memory of the aoldlers
mnn and a great general, lie con
who fought In (he French and Indian
quered armies and nations, hut couldn't
Further efforts are to be -nade to
w ar; soldiers and sallora of the
Jump Ihe falls of the Genessee. That
obtain the removal of the dai on the a bid for the grading of the Tillar-
American Revolution; heroes of the
was left for me to do. and do It 1
Trail road, which Is to bo put under will." And 8am Patch leaped, to hla
War of 1812 and the Mexican w ar;
soldiers and sallora who fought In
contract aoon by the United States own death, proving that even fqmoua
tlon. The dam, It la clalmed^prevent* bureau of public roads. Local labor ''Blunt'' jumpers sometimes must meet
ihe War for the Union, 1801-1868;
fish from ascending the abeam to will be used if the county gets tbs Ih nr Waterloo.
veterans of the Spanish-American war
and the World war; soldiers and
Wsstvrn Newspaper Union.)
frontiersmen who fought In the In
Resolutions asking that tho Philip
Both wholesale and retail prices In
S eeing S tr a ig h t
illan wars; and those hardy pioneer
pine Islands be given their Independ tha Willamette valley have declined
men and women who endured danger
A mnn may think. If he will, that
ence as a preventive of free shipment 23 1-3 per cent or more since 1928,
md privation and death by torture at
of copra and other vegetable oils Into Profese.or John M. Rae, assistant pro two eyes see no more than one; or
'he hands of the savages. In order to
the United States have been adopted fessor of buclness administration told that a gamester aeelh always more
idvancs American civilization upon
than a looker on; . . . but when all
by the Pomona grange of Columbia Ihe Albany Ad club at their meeting
■his continent—we bow In reverence
Impressive memorial to her bravt
la done, the helft of good counsel Ig
Soldiers’ and Sailors* monument
Memorial day.— St. Louis Post-Dis towering above the Hodson river on
sons, dedicated by the state of Virginia
that which aeelh business straight—
I Riverside drive. New York.
in the national capital at Richmond.
Those Last Hours
of the Great
Memorial to the
Marking the End
of War’s Long