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OREGON STATE NEWS
OF GENERAL INTEREST
Principal Events of the Week
Assembled tor Information
of Our Readers.
TH E MARKETS
Wheat — Big Rend bluestem. bard
winter, SSc; soft white and western
white, 64c; hard winter, northern
spring and western red, 62c.
Hay—Buying prices, t. o. b. Port
land; Alfalfa, Yakima. »14.50.
Buttertat— Pound 11013c.
Eggs— Ranch, 13 ©14c.
Hogs— Good to choice. »4®4.15.
Cattle— Choice steers, 66.25 06.75.
Lambs—Spring. 63.25 0 4.00.
Wheat—Soft white, western white,
hard winter. 51c; western red. 61c;
northern spring, 54c; bluestem, 61a.
Hogs—Good to choice, 64 0 4.50.
Cattle— Choice steers, »6.2506.60.
Sheep— Spring lambs, »3.35 0 4.00.
Cattle— Steera, good. »6.00 0 6 50.
Hogs—Good to choice, JS.7503.S5.
Lambs—Good to choice, »3.50 0 4.00.
Logging operations In the Western
Lumber company timber holdings In
Lr.ne county have been resumed with
100 men at work in the woods.
The subcontract for the carpenter
work at the national soldiers' home,
under construction at Roseburg, has
been let to a local company.
Unanimous opposition to Governor
Meier's proposal for county tax super
vision and conservation boards is ex
pressed by the city commissioners of
The 2H-yearold son of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Barnard of SL Paul was killed
accidentally when his mother ran over
him while backing her car from the
A 12-ton anchor Is being constructed
of railroad Iron and concrete at Ban
don by a government crew. It la to be
need as a tail hold for the bucket
dredging rig when It works on the bar.
The Redmond grade school budget
for next year will be submitted to
voters June 20. The total of the bud
get is »27,931. which is »3332 less than
last year, a reduction of,about 10 per
Annie Young Chief, 88, well-known
Indian woman on the Umatilla reserva
tion, died in a Pendleton hospital last
week following a stroke of paralysis.
H er Indian name was "Ta-de-le-ka tas-
The Silverton Garden club won first
prize in the annual Willamette valley
flour show at Salem recently. In the
garden club section. Corvallis was
awarded second place and Albany
The sum of »12,324, representing a
6 per cent dividend, is being paid out
by the receiver of the First National
bank of Redmond. This Is tbe second
dividend paid, making a total of 21
In an effort to hasten a court deci
sion on the high school tuition law
representatives of seven high schools
In Marion county have decided to em
ploy two special attorneys to assist the
Malheur county w ill seek the co
operation of Idaho In an effort to wipe
out a 3»0 acre field of noxious W hite
Top weed on Succor creek. In the
Jordan valley country, which Ilea in
both Idaho and Oregon.
Mrs. E. A. W e'ls of Redmond pos
sesses an old melodeon which was
made In 1836, the Instrument that pre
ceded the organ, »nd was handed down
from Rosella Isabel Oadthoudt, who
was the first owt.er of the melodeon.
Mrs. George Harper claims to hold
the record as the most Isolated house
wife in the United States. She lives
with her husband on a 900-acrs ranch
In southern Malheur county, 31 miles
from the Nevada border. Theirs is
the only inhabited ranch In the 70-mlle
stretch of Isolated territory between
the Owyhee river and McDermitt,
The Dalen Manufacturing company
of Bandon has resumed full operations,
having been running on a part-time
schedule since the first of the year.
It Is thought the factory will run con
tinuously for an Indefinite period. The
Moore M ill & Lumber company, also
of that city, is employing Its full force,
working on an average of four days
Silas Powell of Linn county la dead
at the age of 7» years. He wee a
nephew of Joab Powell, well known
preacher of pioneer days, and had
apent hta entire life on the family
homestead In the Salt Lake neighbor
Associated Charltiea of Reedsport
held a abort session recently to dis
cuss proper disposal of the shipment
of flour received last week for the
Red Croea. about 1500 pounds. It was
decided to save as much as possible
for the winter.
A state highway repair crew arrived
at Lakeview last week to re-oil the
Fremont highway from Lakeview
southward to the state line and to
also re-oll the ftrst four miles west
ward from Lakeview on the Klamath
The engineer and fireman of a Mark
ham A Callow Logging company train
escaped death near Tillamook by Jump
ing when the train got out of control
and ran wild down the Incline at the
camp log dump. The train plunged
over a steep embankment.
An old-fashioned Fourth of July cele
bration will be held at Salem at the
state fair grounds. It was decided at
a meeting of the American Legion
post The feature this year w ill be
the reduced admission charges and
more free entertainments.
The LOWEST TIRE
v e r o ffe r e d ft
I H E S E R V IC E
Harry rather fancied himself as a
One day he met his Coualu Jim.
“Think of a number, Jim." he said,
“and I'll tell you whether It'a odd or
“Right," said the other. “I have
Just called up my girl on the 'phoun.
What's the number!"
Harry looked thoughtful.
“Ihd you get her?" he asked.
"Yea." replied Jim.
"Right away?" Inquired the other.
“Yea.” answered Jim.
“That's odd," finished Harry.—Lon
G O O D Y E A R Q U A L IT Y
But that's o n ly h alf the sto ry. T h e o th e r half Is— flUt price
» ... a G O O D Y E A R .
■ (io o d y c s r Speedways <
i b e t t i fr itti j
Carmen Jean Vehrs, 11-year-old
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. George R.
Vehrs of Salem, apparently suffered
no serious 111 effect from a 30-foot fall
last week while walking In her sleep.
The girl either crawled or walked
through a third-story window of her
blocked by snew and ice since last
tall, w ill be open to traffic this week,
it was estimated when a state high
way department crew started boring
into the deep drifts in the mountain
country 12 miles west of Sisters. A
rotary plow Is being used.
In p u in
i chance o f a Ilf«
4 4 0 21
I LOOK AT THESE 7 FEATURES!
P A T H F IN D E R
(1) Lifetime Guaranteed
(>) Goodyear name and house flag oo
sidewall ( » Full ovsrtiae
(4) Built w ith Supertwist eord,
Goodyear patent (J) Husky, heavy treed ( • ) Deep-out traetioo
(7) New ia every wey
S P E E DW AY
“I see that ihe bride la wearing the
groom's present, tiiat rope of pearls."
U te im a g in a tio n '! W in g t
“PlloL” said the timid woman pas
senger, “what do we do if we are In
the air and the engine fallal"
“Open parachutes and drop."
“Suppose the parachute falls?^
“Flap your arms and say ‘I ’m a
dicky bird.’ “
THEY KNO W
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Price per tin g i« tire
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You can count ais layan of fab-
rie bars, but tha t r i t two undar
the tread in Ibis tire (or ia aay
so-oalled “ s ix -p ly ” tire built
Ibis way) do not run (rom bead
to bead. Soma tirw-makars count
these at “ plies,” but tbay am
really “ breaker stripe,'* so wa
call them that
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Price per tiogle tire
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“Oh. Mr. Flapperton." she exclaimed
souIfully. "have you ever fell s dim
uneasy sense of oppression ss II the
mere weight of life were a burden too
heavy to be borne by the chained spirit
panting with psychic longing to be
“1 Invariably have such a feeling at
Christmas time," was the callous re
sponse. "but I have always attributed
It to pudding I"
Full O vcnixe
“I always thought It was unlucky
for a bride to wear pearls"
“ Perhaps that's the reason he bad
It made of Imitations."
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per single tire
The Eugene-Lane Mill and Track
Operators association is planning a
campaign to sign np all of the mills
using trucks, with truck loggers and
i timber men, for the purpose of co
operating with the state highway com
mission In solving the problem of
heavy tracks on the highways.
Potatoes of all kinds raised on Jose
| phine county farms must be branded
LOCAL D IA L I K
C am p e r o f Experience
“Tom s wife doesn't snow where tin
this year in accord with the Oregon
potato law, and county farmers were imby gets hts bad teni|>er from.”
“That's strange. Most young moth
warned to make arrangements for
stamping their names, addresses and era can p la i. that sort of rcaponslU,
the potato grade and weight on the Ity In a Jiffy -
sacks in a statement from Inspector
O lfa c to ry O ffering
C. R. Jester.
Xydas—Too bad you couldn't take
Dropping down 210 feet into a 17- flowers to Helnbuck In the hospital
inch drill hole at the Mitchell oil well but he couldn’t see them with his
near Prineville last week and connect eyes all bandaged up.
Yazge— Well, but he can swell— so
ing the rigging to a drill point which
had been lost In the well, George 1 took him a garlic and ffmborger
Babin, local mechanic, is the hero of sandwich.
the central Oregon country as the
Nothing Im postible
story of his ezplolta spreads to sur
Salesman— This steel lahinet will
The two power shovels working on
Mr. Groucher—And after that?
Salesman— Why, by thnt thne we
the Lakeview-Burns highway are now
within a mile and a half of each other. will be selling something that will last
The construction crews expect to close even longer.
the gap by July 1. Some ot tbe larg
M en tal A ttitu d e
est boulders along the right of way be
“I wouldn't marry the best naan on
tween the two shovels have been blast
earth." said the Irate young woman.
ed so that cars can pass through If ,
“And If you did." said Miss Cayenne
“you'd never believe IL”
A freak egg, weighing one half
pound, has attracted considerable at
Showing Hubby His Flaee
tention at Woodburn since it was
Husband — Where's the butcher
placed on display at the Thompson knife?
Wife— 1 don’t know. Look for IL
grocery. The egg Is soft shelled and
Husband —You ought to have a pluce
contains a normal-sized hard-shelled
egg. The yolk of the outer egg ia at for everything.
W ife - Well, then, you'd better get
the small end, with the normal egg in
out of the kitchen -Exchange.
i the center and the white at the large
end. It measures over 4(4 Inches In
R e m e m b e r in g th e M a n e
length and 2 % Inches in diameter.
doesn't your husband have any
The circumference la 11 by 7(4 Inches.
The egg was laid by a White Leghorn hobby?”
"Oh. yes; he's ulways trying to comb
hen and brought to the store by A. M.
his hair over tbe bald spot."
The old Patrie residence, a pioneer
More than a week after he was In
jured In an automobile accident on the landmark near Lorane, was destroyed
Columbia River highway near Hood by fire recently. The house had stood
River, Ernest Crockatt, educational for 75 years and was a stopping place
director for the state game commis for the Oregon and California stages
sion, learned that he had a fractured on the old territorial road that skirts
Grading on the widening of the Pa
Consolidation of election precincts
to reduce the cost of elections is being cific highway between Salem and
considered by the Linn county court. Brooks has begun. The work is to be
Costs this year ranged from 25 cents finished by September 15. When com
a vote in the large Albany precincts pleted the road will be paved to •
to »1.60 in the smallest district of the width of 20 feet, with 6-foot shoulders
on each side.
G o o d y e a r S u p e rtw is t
The downy mildew has reached a
serious and critical stage in a number
of hop yards surrounding Silverton.
Growers say that unless sunshine pre
vails and hot weather sets in almost
at once, the yards will suffer greatly,
in some cases be almost ruined.
Work on the grading and surfacing
contract of tbe stretch of the Cannon
Beach road between the Warren hotel
and Hug point is now under way and
w ill be completed In August. The job
was started Iasi year, but could not
be completed before bad weather set
Franklin, 2 year-old son of Mr. and
Mrs. W illiam Newton of Powell butte,
was knocked down and dragged by a
spring tooth harrow as the team ran
away. Quick action by hla brother.
14. by grabbing the harrow and rala
ing it, releasing the child, saved his
'S G O O D N E W S that you can buy any tire for aa low
Sim ply a M iracle
Reporter—I have a great piece of
news A truck driver got stuck In the
mud on the able of Ihe road.
Krlltor—Rtit whnt’s unusual about
Reporter— He pulled over to allow
another car to pass
He— When you married
promised to obey me.
ghe— Yea. only because I didn't warn
a row when the minister was tbers
T H K IK
Siamese M on arch M ad e
T a lk s A bout the “ Eats**
C ountry M o d e m State
Camp cooking Is a hlghtly artistic
talent that can only be developed
through practice and experience,
says a writer In Field and Blrenm.
This sage camper lists several rules
to follow In preparing the meal ex
cellent in camp.
“ I-et one man do IL Don’t take
turns Don't hold conferences. Let
one man do It, and If he doesn't do It
right, hang him, quarter him, toss
him in the lake— but don't give him
any advice. An amnteur cook Is more
temperamental than an o|>era singer
of long press-agent experience. Med
dllng simply confuses him and
cramps whatever style he may hove.
“Let the camper follow some
rales: Never hake biscuits If you
can carry bread. Camp blsculta are
not nearly so good aa ordinary bread
They merely sound better.
“Carry fresh potatoes The onme
goea for onlona. Desiccated carrots
and corn and all aorta of soup stocks
are as good as the fresh kind. I be
lleve they are better.
“Don’t believe that a squnre of
chocolate Is worth a pound of steak.
O r that a malted-mllk tablet Is worth
a peck of potatoes Don’t rely on
calories to keep you olive and hop
py. Food suppllea baaed on calories
may keep you alive. They'll not
keep you happy. You aren't taking
your vacation merely to be kept
alive. On the second day out you
can sell a big, Juicy corned-beef ssnd
wlch to the 'condensed food' man for
»50 plus bis shirt and boots”
Mongkut (grandfather of the pres
ent king of Siam) made over the
conntry into a modern state. It la
Interesting to see what Mongkut's
first htep was. It was to provide for
the education along western lines for
his son and successor (Chulalong
korn, who reigned forty years). M rs
I^onowens, a School mistress In
Singapore, was called to Bangkok
“to do,” ns the king expressed It In
quaint bat unmistakable English,
“English education and not Chris
tian religion npon my royal chil
Later, other tutora continued the
work which Mrs. Leonowent had be
gun. Chiilalongkorn was only Ilf
teen years old when he ascended the
throne, but as soon as he attained
his majority he decreed that all hlx
brothers, whether willing or not,
hnvc an education. They might
chooae nn English one or a Siamese
one, Ini^ educated they must be.
Later, members of the royal fam
ily and others of the king's subjects
were sent to Europe, sometimes to
spend many years. Among the broth
era the king later found the adminis
trators who were to make over the
medieval structure of Siamese ad
ministration, and create under his
K IL L S
P eterm a n 's A n t Pood Is sure death
to a n t .. S p rin kle I t abou t th a floor,
window s ill., shelve., etc. M e c tlr e
M b o u n a d o y . C heep. Nats, C u e r-
M o ra th a n l . l t I H« c u n .
year. A t
P E T E R M A N 'S
A N T FOOD
V ALUK SI
direction a really modern state.—Ki
don R. James In Foreign Affairs.
Spain "Coddle«” Priser art
With the advent of the republic the
dally allowance for rations to a
prisoner In tha Spanish Jails was In
creased from 1 peseta to I peseta 50
cenllmna. That put the prisoners
nearly on an equal basis with ths
sailors, whose allowance amounted te
1 pesclt» 75 centimoa.
“now 4i> you like your wife's new
“T u r n e * olTI"
Some frankness very easily
C A __ a k | . . u e a r n b io m o n e y
0 1 3 1 1 N Q U f ts t o IMI t o r r e n t pelti w hile
W M IB *
learn ln ff. Po sitio n ««c tired.
L*etiire«i wevfcly. ftl r o ll egea W r it« fo r catalo g .
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b t s t im
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o f co llk o k s
F o r tla n d . O ra .
ftp e c la i w ln ta r
ra t« bjr d a y , w««fe
n r m onth
Hoyt REG ON
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