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(By Frank L. Stanton.)
AW heed not how the world (roes from the shiny east to nest;
We Just keofi on a-hopin' that It's goin' for Iho best,
Time an' tide, an trouble red thorns at the breast,
But this old world I tell you ia goln' for thV best!
The wintry daya are lonesome, an' filled with storms an' sighs,
But the light of heaven is with us when the rnln Is 'round our eyes;
It Isn't always sorrow not always paths unblest: ,
This old world, I tell you, is goin' for the best!
Then let ut sing together Just raise the tune th.it way!
Even Winter has a blossom that's a memory of May! , ,
, The happy times are with us, and love's In light expressed,
And this old world. I tell you, is goin' for the best.
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AN IRREGULAR READJUSTMENT
Tl HE period of readjustment will have some surprises, some
welcome and some otherwise. There is a general down-
ward tendency at present but according to good fore
casters there will be no universal and continuous decline until
everything reaches the pre war basis. On the contrary, the
view is expressed that prices will manifest irregularity but never
really reach the pre war figures, except in spots. Hermiston
hay growers say the hay price is already at a pre war figure, but
in general such low prices are not to be expected because there
is still much financial expansion and will be for years to come.
One reason why there will be irregularities in readjustment
.. that conditions are different in different lines of business and
industry. In some lines prices cannot come down until there
have been far greater changes than have thus far been experi
enced. There are other lines where price reductions could be
inade but the temptation will be strong to keep them up. Raw
products naturally fall first. Manufactured goods always pass
though several different hands and at times lower prices for
the consumer will be delayed. The prospect of a high tariff is
also' a factor In the case of luxuries or lines where style
changes may occur drastic cuts may be expected. During the
next year there will probably be some low prices and some very
nigh prices. Some people will be hurt and others helped. What
i3 one man's" meat is another's poison. But the law of supply and
demand is working and like the mills of the gods grinds slowly
but exceeding fine. .
! .! WOULD SALEM GO BACK?
A SALEM newspaper is alarmed over the fear that the man
agement of the Oregon Agricultural College has an
ambition to make the school the largest of its kind inhe
United States. The fear expressed is based on the probable cost.
i JThe agricultural college does cost money and so does the
university. But they are worth it. If this nation can afford to
pay from three to five billions annually for war purposess, Ore
gon digging up her share which runs into many millions, the
taxpayer can afford a small charge each year for higher educa
te n. If anyone wishes to economize let him take after the War
Gcd rather than the schools of the state. ; ,
. Surely the Salem country need not worry over the cost of the
agricultural college. ' There was a time not many years aero
when Salem and that region had no such prosperity as they row
enjoy. In the last decade there has been a transformation in the
agricultural methods of that section. Acres tht were once al
most unused now produce giod profits from loganberries, from
strawberries, dairying, . etc. These modern methods were in
spired largely by the agricultural college and the change h.u
meant millions to SMem. A capital city newspaper, thtit I t&
hn.t understand ihe value of the agricultural college's work does
not U'iderstand S.-lem.
Another Royal Suggestion
DOUGHNUTS and CRULLERS
From the New Royal Cook Book
the doughboy happy
during the war and no won
der. There is nothing more
wholesome and delightful
than doughnuts or crullers
rightly made. Their rich,
golden color and appetizing
aroma will create an appe
tite quicker than anything
else in the world.
Here are the famous dough
nut and cruller recipes
from the New Royal Cook
t tablespoons ahortenlng
S cup sugar
S cup milk
1 teaspoon nutmeg
1 teajpoon aait
I cupa flour
4 trcspoona Royal Baking
Cream shortening; add sugar
and well-beaten es-a; stir In
milk; add nutmeg, salt, flour and
baking powder which haTe been
sifted together and enough ad
ditional flour to make dough stiff
enough to roll. Roll out on
floured board to about i Inch
thick; cut out. Fry In deep fat
hot enough to brown a piece of
bread In 6s seconds. Drain on
unglaxed paper and sprinkle
with powdered sugar.
Afternoon Tea Doughnuts
I tablespoons sugar
4 teaspoon salt
teaspoon grated nutmeg
I tablespoons shortening .
1 tablespoons lulls,
2 cups flour
I teaspoons Royal Baking
Beat eggs until Tery light! add
sugar, salt, nutmeg and melted
shortening; add milk, and flour
and baking powder which have
been lifted together; mix well.
Urop by teaspoons Into deep
hot fat and fry until brown.
Drain well on unglased paper
and sprinkle lighUy wlUa pow
4 tablespoons shortening
1 teaspoon cinnamon
H teaspoon salt
5 teaspoons KoyaJ Baking
Cream shortening; add sugar
gradually and beaten eggs; sift
together flour, cinnamon, salt
and baking powder; add one
half and mix well; add milk and
remainder of dry Ingredients to
make soft dough. Roll out on
floured board to about ft Inch
thick and cut Into strips about
4 Inches long and H Inch wide;
roll In hands and twist each
atrip and bring ends together.
Pry in deep hot fat. Drain and
roll In powdered sugar.
New Royal Cook Book con
taining these and scores of
other delightful recipes.
Write for It TODAT.
BOTAL BAKIKO POWDK1 CO.
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"Bake with Royal and be Sure
Extra Fm Sweet Apple) Cider, per gallon 75c
Walnuts, per pound 40c
Brazils, per pound 45c
Almonds, per" pound 45c
Filberts, per pound 40c
Pecans, per pound 50c
Peanuts, per pound 25c
Cranberries, per pound : 25c
Mince Meat, per pound 35c
Pumpkin, per can 7...... 25c
Lemon, Orange and Citron Peel.
See us about your Fresh Vegetables and f Fruit for
NEW YORK, Nov. 24. (A. P.) An
appeal for contributions to make up
a deficit of approximately $1,500,000
m the campaign fund of the republi
can national committee was sent out
last night by Will H. Hays, national
The appeal, addressed to the "Re
publicans of the country and those
who aided them," called attention to
the report of the treasurer filed Mon
day in Washington, pointing out that
although the buying power of the dol
lar was materially less than In 1916,
he 1920 campaign had actually been
conducted at less than the Hughes
campaign four years ago. '
TO PRACTICAL COURSES
NINETY SIX G0ATS.R0MP :
IN RAILROAD LAND. THEN '
ALL LIE DOWN AND DIE
HOUSTON', Texas., Nov. 21. (A.
P.) (leorge Jones, farmer, n.ar
Houston, owned 96 goats, recently-.
They romped and played and ate he
green grass along the rtuht of way of
the Texas and New Orleans railroad.
Suddenly thoy nil laid down nnd died.
Jones yesteray file suit against the
railway for J970 aniages. He alleges
an asent of the line spread poison over
A RECIPE FOR GOOD TIMES
A UTAH paper quotes A. G. Clark, manager of Associated
Industries of Oregon, as saying in Salt Lake City that
entirely too much of the promotion energy of the West
is U6ed in effort to market raw products. The assertion ought
to be applied in Oregon.
Population gathers and prosperity abides in centers of man
ufacture. Oregon's wheat is worth much more to Oregon if
ground into flour before it is exported to England or the Orient,
ilen are employed payrolls are maintained and the" by-product
led becomes an important sustaining element of the dairy in
dustry. A few people, comparatively, are necessary in cutting the
giant trees of Oregon's forests, but the sawmill more than dou
bles the value of timber, while furniture factories, besides giving
many more people employment, multiply .several times the value
of the rough lumber. , , .
Every manufacturing operation applied to lumber, grain,
fiuit, fish and meats widens the defensive circle which keeps
trood times at home and hardship at a distance. Oregon Jour
nal. . If unpreparedness caused Germany to force this nation into
the war we can be thankful we were not prepared because with
out Uncle Sam in the game the kaiser would have won the war
and then we would have had to fight a worse war than we did.
A Boston man who has been left a million dollars says he will
not accept it. He may not be as crazy as appears at first sight.
If he has ability he can have more fun making a hundred thou
sand than he could have in spending a million.
' Montana has a manhunt underway; a good point for them
to remember is that criminals, like all other people, have to eat:
BERKELEY, Cal., Nov. 24. Wom
en students at the University of Cali
fornia are taking up professional train
ing and enrolling in practical courses
in such large numbers that Dean
Lucy Stebbins recently warned them
not to lose sight of the value of "good
fundamental training in academic
Nearly one-fourth of the students in
medicine are women. College of ag
riculture has a 6 per cent enrollment
of women students and jurisprudence
7 per cent. Seventy five per cent of
the students in the courses in social
economics are women.
OOI.rMTirs. Ohio. Nov. 24. (A.
P.) A post season football gam be
tween Ohio State and Notre Dame will
not be considered, by Ohio State ath
letic authorities, L. W. St. John, ath
letic director at tho University said
St. John pointed out that w-eRtern
conference rules prohibit the playing
of more than seven games in a season.
TYLERTOWN, Miss., Nov. 24. (A.
P.) Harry Jacobs, negro, while on
trial yesterday for an assault on a ?g
white woman, was taken from tho )H
courtroom yesterday and lynched by
a mob which gained access by break
ing down two doors. Despite efforts of
court officials and others to prevent
violence, the negro w:is seized, 41 rope
placed about his neck and dragged two
blocks through the main street sfter
which the rope was tied to the axle of
an automobile which dragged him
to a brid.re where the lifeless Imdy
was swung to a limb of a tree nnd I
riddled with bullets. One man was 1
Unsuccessful nppfals were made by
the Judge and the husband of the wom
an assaulted lo permit the court (to
proceed In an orderly manner.
II FORDSON TRACTOR
Trnctiir farming hns come lo stay. Tho knowl
edge that the linclor is the speediest, limst practical
und economical power is common lo nearly every one.
In tho farming coinniunliy.
The general trend now Is from the blR tractor lo
tho smaller and more economical. Knnehers every
where are gelling away from the big over haul Joint,
(be expensive parts nnd high priced operators.
The Korilsoii Is 'h I'VXn.il tiaelor. The. tractor
that fills tho reUiiementa of the smaller economical
II does not m.nUrr If you already own n eiterpll
' Inr, you can usu a Kordson to good udvuntaK''. Haec
It along side of any six lo eight mule team. Keep
track of the nrtunl time that each are in the field
working during tha day. You will find the Kordson
.will got In an hour more ni tnal work than the mules.
YOU will also ace that the Kordson is traveling twice
asitd as the mules nnd that you are using an aver
age of less than two gallons of COAI OIL to the acre.
Th? Kordson Is no experiment. Over one-thlnl Af
all the tractors In use In the United States are Kord
Come In or call us up and we will be glad to dem
onstrate. Watch It do the work, that you have to do
every enr. Watch the ease, economy arid speed
with which It does It. If you have any work to do
this rail let us help you get It dono and In doing thla
7011 will have tho opportunity to see the Kordson In
action.' Wo know you will appreciate the saving In
initial cost. In operation and upkeep. If you dont
inn owe us nothing.
Simpson Auto Co.
Corner Water & Johnson Sts.
MEXICO WILL BE GOAL
! KETCHIKAN, Alaska, Nov. 21.
(!A. P.) The gas boat U. S. Fisher
es No. 5. the first boat to be con
structed for the federal government
Ketchikan, has been launched. It
is a novel construction, being mtenu-
d for fse as an ice-breaker durlns
the winter months at the government
fif h hatchery at Lake McDonald. The
lower part of the hull is sheeted with
iron bark to resist Ice.
The boat is 28 feet long, The for
ward part of the hull Is built some
what on the lines of a sled so it will
r'sc upon a sneet 01 ice ana crusn ns
32: NONE ISEXECUTED
DEALS DEATH TO NINE
JASPArt, Ala., Nov. 24 f A. P.)
Six men were burned to death yester
day In a fire at the Parish mine of the
Railway Fuel company, nine miles
south of here following a gas explo
sion. Ten others were injured, six of
them seriously and three of them died
According to miners who escaped in
jury, 26 men went into the mine in
the morning when operations were re
sumed following a shutdown of more
than a week and when the first squad
of workmen had progressed about half
a mile within the drift, a terrific blast
occurred. Rescuing parties were Im
mediately organized and fought their
way Into the wrecked mine, removing
the dead and injured,.
SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. ?4 (A.
P.) A trade mission composed jot
several San Francisco mercnanis unu
theirs wifes. similar to those that
have gone from other parts of the
country, will leave January 8 on a
visit to Mexico. The proposed party,
v. hteh will number about 100, is spon
sored by the foreign trades committee
of the chamber of commerce. The
so called visits are aimed at estab
lishing friendly trade and social rela
tions between Mexico and the United
Slates. The trip will take about thrc
CHIEF WITNESS IN
IS FOUND INSANE
Unemployment will work considerable hardship on many in
large cities before the winter is over.
Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets Get
at the Cause and Remove It
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets, the
ubstttute (or calomel, act gently on the
liowels and positively do the work.
I'eople atliictcd with bad breath find
oukk relief tliroutrh taking them. '
Dr. Edwards' Olive labku are a
vegetable compound mixed with olive
oil They act gently but firmly on the
bowels and liver, stimulating lliera to
natural action, rleanng the Ikwd, and
purifying the enure eyedem. They do
thst which calomel does. wil!iout any of
li bad alter eJiccts. Tal one or two
every uu-ld fur a week and note tic
fka&mj ciicd. 15 a-l Wc Ux.
TEXAS POLICE TAKE MAN
BELIEVED LONG SOUGHT
PALLAS, Texas, Nov. 24. A. P.)
Police here yesterday arrested a man
they believed to lie fieorge L. Martin,
wanted In Louisville, Ky., In connection
with alleged embezzlement Involving
pljout $;oM,')U0. Martin has been miss.
Ing from Louisville since January, 1918
local authorities were advised.
IjOUIPVILLB Ky., Nov. 24. O. L.
Martin Is under Indictment here charg
ed with embezzling approximately
;0,0 of the funds of the German
Favinga Fund & fuiidlng association.
of which he was secretary, and about
1 4 4A.AOO from other Institution with
bleb b wa connected.
WASHINGTON. Nov. 24. (A., P.)
Thirty-two persons In tlie array
were sentenced to death by courts
martial during the last fiscal year, but
in no case was the sentence carried
into effect, says Major-General E. H.
Crowder, Judge advocate general, In
his annual report. Twelve ot tne
death sentences ware disapproved, 19
reduced to Imprisonment ranging from
life terms to five years, and one case
is pending on review.
Only nine cases were for military of
fenses. Eight were found guilty of
misbehavior in the face of the enemy
i.nd one was sentenced as a spy.
Trials for desertion waro slightly J
Jess numerous but the comparative j
iv.mbcr was larger. Confinement for j
life, was Imposed In 42 cases. 31 sen- 1
tenc:4 being approved, two disrrovea, .
eight terms shortened nnd one pond- j
ing awaits final action.
In ail 23f officers were sentenced to!
d.timlssal after court martial. Of,
these 131 sentences were approved, j
The total nuinoer 01 general couris mi .
BUTTE, Mont., Nov. 24. (A. P.)
Trial of Frances Steel, a white woman,
charged Jointly with "Preaches"
Webbe, negro, with the killing of two
ex-service men here in August by
poiwoning, sndde i'y resolved into a
legal battle yeste:V;y over the admit
tance of testimony given by Ooldie
Davis, colored, the state's witness In
the case when authorities of the state
insane asylum at Warm Springs identi
fied her as Ida Allen, who they as
sorted had been an Inmate of the asy
lum on two occasions.
Webbe was convioted of murder
last week principally upon testimony
of the Davis voman, who alleged that
Webbe had confessed his guilt to her
cn the day following the slaying of the
RAILWAY TO UK ISl'ILT
filOUX FALLS, 8. !., Nov. 24. (A.
P.)--I'lans for the construction of a
railway from Sioux Falls southwest to
te Missouri river are being perfected,
It Is announced here.
. A Mother's Recommendation
Mrs. Kate Deets, Maysville, Mo.,
recommends Chamberlain's Cough I
Remedy as follows: "I gave Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy to my children
when they had croup and whooping
cough and 1 and my husband have
both taken it for colds and coughs nnd
it has never failed to give the desired
relief. y Cannot praise this medicine
too highly." This remedy contains no
opiate and may be given to a child as
a confidently as to an adult.
IJewarc of a Persistent Told
When a cold hangs on week after
week or when you contract a fre i, cold
before you are over the first one,
there is great danger of some germ
disease getting a start In your system.
The average consumptive will tell you
that "I had a hard cold last winter
that was followed by a bad cough that
I have not been able to get rid of,"
something to that effect. Why take
the chances of such a result when
Chamberlain's Cdugh Remedy, famous I
for Its cures of bad colds may be hart
for a trifle.
For an Impaired Appctlto
Irfws of appetite always results from
faullv digestion. As a general rule.
all that Is needed Is a few doses
Chamberlain's Tablets. They will
strengthen the stomach, Improve the
dlgestiun and give you a good appetite.
They also cause a gentle movement of
When you feel blue and that every
thing goes wrong, take a dose of
Chamberlain's Tablets. They will I
cleanso and Invigorate your stomach,
regulate your liver and bowels and
make you feci thut this old world Is a
good place to live In.
Where there is
need for a building-up
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87.8 per cent convictions
taken regularly, usually
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