Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980, February 06, 1920, Page PAGE TWO, Image 2

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    PAGE TWO
AVAILABLE MARKET
ROAD KOHEY THIS
YEARIHUtlUOa
BOi IBILLA" PROPOSED
FOR THE DRY U.S.A.
Approximately JS83.4J0.2J will bs
amiable for use in the various coun-1
tit of the tuu under the market;
road act during 1920. according to
figure Just compiled by the state
highway department, t'ae of the fund
by the counties Is dependent upon
the raising of a similar amount by
the county. So far eight counties
Clatsop. Columbia, Crook, Grant,
Jackson, Marion. Washington and
Tarohill have qualified for their run
ejoota of these market road
The amounts available for
; Buenos Aires, Feb. 5. Bottled mate
or Paraguay tea. the famous South
American beverage, may become a pre
hlbition drink In the t'nited States.
One North American manufacturer of
beverages is making inquiries in Bu
enos Aires to ascertain whether to im
port the mate herb from Argentina
and introduced it to North America.
Drinking mate through the bombil
Ir is a national custom not so much
practiced in South American cities as
formerly, but la still common in the
"camp", or agricultural districts. The
bombilla, a metal tube about six inch-
long with the thickness of a pencil,
in each , "-"i.
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 6. 1920,
Egyptian Delegation Not
STANDARD CROP
OF POTATOES IN
C011Y SOUGHT
at the end and dotted
a sieve through
" .III, .-.all hnlj ItU
. . i . . . an
ceumy ana in- , ,T , which the liquid Is drunk from a sun
Mbatd bv the various Bounties to ....... . . ,
tnh the state fund are shown In
the following table:
Amount , Amounts
Avauaoie "a,"ou,ier is added. The host takes the first
-"'"" ' drink and the gourd is re-filled and
" . !. nn' banded to the guests in succession.
:: :::" The supply of mate is renewed as is
dried gourd about the size of a large
I apple.
The liquid is prepared by filling the
County
Raker -
Kenton
Clackamas
Clatsop SM17.1!
Columbia 1,1S1.0
Coos 8.24.S
Crook ... MU.M
Curry 6,142.41
Deschutes 10,64.7
Douglas 33.607.11
Ollllam 17,185.14
Orant 10,004.70
Harney 15,450.68
Hood Blver 11,416.17
Jackson 3J.031.O7
Jefferson 6,200.11
Josephine 0,081.24
Klamath 21,242.7
llce 14.787.0J
Vane 42,025.05
Uncoln 11,220.21
Linn .. 84,461.24
Malheur 16,461.75
Marlon 60,750.67
Morrow 16,858.07
Multnomah ........ 99.043.55
Polld 16,861.05
Sherman 18,376.16
Tillamook 26,460.16
Umatilla
Colon ..........
'Wallowa ....
Wasco ....
Washington
Wheeler ......
Yamhill
60,088.07
81,126.71
20,066.68
21,056.87
27,252.71
7,668.30
26,014.06
40,000.00
24.010J4
10,000.00
10,070.66
16.674.66
12.020.00
45.500.00
10,000.00
36,000.00
62,300.00
21,057.65
25,038.93
18,27.30
14,067.20
21,268.70
required. Sliver and even gold gourds
are now used by wealthy families.
Mate is grown extensively in the ex
treme northeastern section of Argen
tina, Paraguay and Brazil where large
tracts of land are given over to its
cultivation.
The herb possesses astringent quail
ties which makes It an Invaluable bev
emge among the farming people who
consume lurge quantities of meat dally
this, together with hard biscuits, In
some parts of the republic, being the
only articles of food. .
Total $883,460,23
MTOROSEED
DY FRIENDLY GUESTS
How he had opened his home to a
nan and his wife, enjoyed their com
pany and friendship for weeks, trav
eled together, and was finally robbed
by his guest, is the story told to police
Thursduy night hyR.li. I'atton of
Woodburn. The man whom he be
friended and with whom he and his
wife had associated is Walter West,
man, alias Dave Westinan, who Pat.
tea told police la believed to be an
ex-prisoner of on army barracks.
ration said that he mat Westman
and his wife at Seattle, and that they
Journeyed to Portland together. The
Westmans were keeping some of their
Cods In Mrs. Patton'i trunk, and
when they removed them they also
toak valuable silk garments belonging
to Mrs. I'atton. A wallet oontalnlng
1200 was removed from under his pil
low In a Portland hotol, Patton said.
Washington And Aggies Not
Likely ToMeet On Grid
Seattle, Wash., Feb. 6. Football
elevens of the University of Washing
ton nml the Oregon Agricultural col
lege probably will not meet here Oc
tutoor 23, 1920, as scheduled, Darwin
Metonest, gradual manager at the
Seattle university said today. The
break came as the result of a failure
to reach an agreement regarding di
vlnlun of the receipts.
Adjutant General fltnfrln announces
that federal iusectlon of the national
a-uard will bpKln February 15 and con
tinue till March 20.
Man Fined $10 For Fighting
Oyer Bundle Of Pitch Wood
Charged with disorderly conduct
W. R. Wilson, 38, an employe at the
Chat. K. Spauldlng Logging Com
pany's mill, was arrested Friday
morning and fined 410 by Police
Judge Race,
Wilson was arrested on complaint
of August Klug, 1190 North 15th
street, that he had been assaulted by
Wilson. He Bald that Wilson acccused
him of stealing some pitch kindling
that he had picked up at the mill
to take home, and followed the acccu
satlon with blows. Klug explained
that It was quite an offense to take
another man's pitch kindling, as this
Is highly treasured.
GEIWAIS WOMAN DIES
nervals, Or., Feb. 6. Diss Oretta
Bigman, aged 24 years, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Bigman of this city,
died at the family home Monday, Feb
ruary 2. Death resulted from pneu
monia. 8ervlces were held February
5 from the Catholic church.
n
LOOK TOR .
THE RED BALL
TRADE, .MARK
, Mm
il fiitartns Ammunition
jShooting Eidf
Standardization of potatoe produc
tion in the county, making this sec
tion of the valley famous for certi
fied seed, shall be the aim of the Ma
rlon County Community Federation.
according to plans discussed at a
meeting in the Commercial club of
the 'organisation Tuesday night. Del
egates from all parts ot-the county
were present.
Committees were chosen to make a
canvass of the county to list the
names of farmers willing to grow on
ly certified potatoes. They will report
to the officers of the federation as
soon as they have secured the names.
To these farmers small amounts of
certified seeds will be sent; and it is
exueceed that next season will see
Marlon county well on the way to
the production of standard potatoes.
Professor Talks
Prof. G. R. Hyslop, of the farm
crops bureau of O. A. C, was the
principal speaker of the evening. He
told of the value to a community
standardization of. products would be
Forty one varieties of potatoes, taken
from this part of the valley have bee.i
experimented with at the college, h
said; and they have determined the
best seed to select from. He shall rec
ommend to the federation the vari
ety of potatoes to grow here.
Officers Elected
The annual election of officers oc
cupied a part of the session. Salem
has no representation.- The officers
elected were: C. J. Espey, president,
Donald; George Griffith, vice presi
dent, Jefferson; J. J. Keber, reelect
ed secretary-treasurer, Mt. Angel; di
rectors, D. J. Moisan, Gervala; Plere
Asplnwall, Brooks; F. E. Calllster, S1I
verton; G. W. Mayo, Stayton and A.
D. Courteney, Woodburn.
The next meeting of the federation
will be held at Gervais March 11.
Large Part Of Dekinine
Garrison Is Captured
London, Feb. 6. A large portion of
the garrison of Odessa belonging to
General Deniktne's army has been
made prisoner, according to advices
from that city transmitted by the Cen
tral News correspondent In Paris. The
remainder of these troops have been
disarmed in Rumanian territory, it is
added.
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAT
REFLEX
IS
Is the wet weather
service uniform for
the rerular men
who make ever
aa count.
' Look forth
Reflex Edg-e
A.J. Tower
Bsiwa Hul
CO.
BslaMUnedlU
When Your Eyes Trouble
You Think of
DR. MILLER
Eyesight Specialist
The Best Optical Service
510-12 U. S. Bank
M
4
Phone 341
mm urges
PARTICIPATION OF
HjitS IN CONTEST
Urging participation of school chil
dren of the state in the prise essay
contest being conducted by the war
department on the subject. "What Are
the Benefits of an Enlistment in the
United States Army." Governor Olcott
has addressed the following letter to
the teachers and school children of
Oregon:
"My attention has been directed to
the plan ot the war department to
arouse interest in recruiting for the
United States army.
"The plan, a I understand it la to
enhance interest In recruiting through
the medium of essays written by school
children on the subject 'What Are the
Benefits of an Enlistment in the United
Sttaes Army.'
"The three boys and girls receiving
the hiahest award from a board of
Judges consisting of Secretary of War
Baker, General Peyton C. March and
General John J. Pershing will be given
trips to Washington, D. C, and return
accompanied by parents or guardians,
and at Washington. D. C on May 5
1920, these boys and girls will be pre.
sen ted .with medals by Secretary of
War Baker. Other prizes have been
provided for, Including a large number
of prizes to be awarded to Oregon boys
and girls by newspapers, business and
mercantile houses and others.
"It Is with pleasure I lend my en
dorsement to this plan. It is a move
which will develop a higher sense of
pptroltlsm not only In our boys and
girls, but in our adults, as well. For
this reason I call upon the teachers In
the publio schools of the state to set
aside a portion of Friday, February 20,
1920, as a time in which essays on this
subject are to be written by school
children In the class rooms of the
schools of the state. I trust that every
teacher will see that the keenest inter
est is manifested in this plan for the
promotion of patriotism and the pro.
tection of our nation and its homes.'
f 8 g.ralfe s ,
'ceau received me most courteously,"! Despite the
Isaid Zagloul fasna in an jriirr: , ir muu k-sx ih a g.raff.
it 'il F Tl. f .published in me lemin u nau.-, num. tegs.
RpSnnnSlble fOr iBreatS ed me he was going to EePt as a;
r ) friend of that country. j 7
Paris, Feb. 5. Telegrams threat-1 Egyptian people, the interview
n : l.niunll III . 1
enins former rreraitr v...v..- sivs will be most coraiai m mm
case he visits Egypt did not emanate , to the .Tiger..
from the Egyptian delegation here
according to Said Zagloul rasna, ne.
of the Egyptian mission to the peace
BeYore his departure M. Clemen-1 negative and positive.
Free electricity exists in the atmos
of the earth. It is of both kinds.
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CONSTIPATION
DR. CALDWELL'S Syrup
Pepsin is combination of
simple laxative herbs with
pepsin that quickly relieves the
congestion of undigested food and
poisonous waste matter, and re
stores the normal regularity of
natural action. It does not gripe
or cramp and is as safe and pleas
ant for children as it is effective on
even the strongest constitution,
t Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is
the indispensable family remedy
in thousands of homes and is sold
in drug stores everywhere.
h spite of the fact that Dr. Cald
well's Syruf) Pepsin is thelargest selling
liquid laxative in the world, there
being over 6 million bottle sold each
year, many who need its benefits haw
not yet tutd it. If you have not, send
jour name and address for a free trial
bottle to Dr. W. R Caldwell, 511
Washington Sf, UonticeUo, Wine.
DR. CALDWELL'S
SYRUP PEPS!!
THE PERFECT LAXAT1V2
Casryisig aTonaMile
m iQSS .than aesi
Freight rates have played a very small part in the
rising cost of living.
Other causes the waste of war, under-production,
credit inflation have added dollars to the
cost of the necessities of life, while freight charges
have added only cenrs.
The average charge for haul.,
mile is less than a cent.
. n i f fit I-ht
A suit of clothing that sold for, $30 before war
was carried 2,265 miles by rail from Chicago to
Los Angeles for 16 cents.
Now the freight charge is 22 cents and the suit
sells for $50.
The cost of the suit has increased 30 doiare.
The freight on it hi Increased only 5 cenrs.
Other transportation charges enter into the coat of the finishes' "
rricls csnytng the wool to the mills and the doth to the tailors
bat these other charges amount to bat a few cents more.
The $10 pair of shoes that used to sell for $5 goes
from the New England factory to the Florida dealer
for a freight charge of 5 cents only one cert
more than the pre-war rate.
3eef pays only two-thirds of a cent a pound freight
from Chicago to New York.
,
American freight rates are the 'owest i'r. the world.
tJhis advertisement is published by the
Sfcsociation of Railway Gxecutives
Thott desiring irbrmaiim concerning the railroad situation may obtain literature
bg wiling to The Association of Bailvay Executive, 61 Broadway, Yew IV'
c imuHly wHl buy
mew treatpOTtsttan
aew than H mr did
bafcte ta th Mmoth
efthewmtrr. A ton
ofstealarsbMhelof
wheal will bay morr
tresspertatton now
this wrm btfoit.
Walker D. Hin"
n. CmWJMtm ',
OUR STOCK OF LOW SHOES IS
METING AWAY AT
$2.95
A PAIR
lint, there arc still (iuu McntU antl PaUMils IUi low heels
and broad iiw as Illustrated, hi all Rises St, lo . TIipw
are rsuoclnllr bimkI for large girls. In tlie KiimlU-r slsra, t 4
to S i are many stykn to cIhmisc from. Them are all slMtva
of fxocllrnt quality ami wliea tlu Kpring Dnys eonies your
only ri-grct will be that yon dldnt buy uwre at this prir.
OF INTEREST TO NEEDLEWORKERS
Ooort old D. M. C. Kmhroldery Cotton J
; In white and colore at two skeins for DC
at. C. Crochet Cotton, Ecru only; J P. Coats Crochet Cotton, white,
100-yd. spools. No. 15. 10, 15, , S.
numbers 7, ss, i5s, ball,...tOo 100, siwol , ft
Officers and Directors OMIife InsuranceComp any
Most of Whom Have ServedThe Company Since Organization
HI
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a,"---- 1916 $10.502.444.00
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P. J. CUBBORN, District Ma nager, 210 Masonic Temple