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HOAKDMAN, MORROW COUNTY, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11)21.
Captain of Harvard Team
tftilinlin i.rccnnugh. captain nf the
W-k Harvard (imiiii, uut ut lh (Vim
Oa'a aqilud's llrsf ill-Ill of (hi season
"lal" Hill probably play center.
si, hi. I by tin- (Hiii LM
Every shipment of nlcnmargurlne
lnii Oregon supplant ihiii much
dairy butter. Thousands nf morn wwi
would In on (hi' mnrliiK nf Oregon If
thin butter substitute was forbidden
tin use of cows' milk lo make It a
paused a law lluu milk should not l
used In oli'o mnnufnrl nil- (liui li
should not lr (Ihim ramoflagi d
"yee" vote, will sustain the law It will
b, for Hi. In ii. Ill of )m farm. t.-i
Instead of tin packers
Com of Covcrnn r Cut.
The 'turoaofc the budget, under
Onaeral Uewea, pu: the g .... re- . n( i i
a anund MaiMM busla, n - itMIng In a
raduc'.lon of ulillr expenditure fn
IS.o38.you.iiwi In 1921 to ,4 . nil iii
in law. tlaafaaiaa n ihe annual cojt
of loverlnniant nf $;.oll.i'im hit.
fcav.il Expense Cut Down.
Aa a result of the Washington
tf"B ' i ih ' ...huh of araia
wmR. Balled by Proaldi at H irdlm
United ttatea was saved If.uo.oou UJ9
annually In i , nav ,1 c ; . i .
THH TWO W lis OUT
(ill) N. IVi'li. pri-l Id' i Ihi.
Kitya there an two ways to adjust
ilin standards heiwtocn aji -feu lit urn
mill min t j 1 1 I ii, 1 1 In inn udrcai m
il. Iowa utatn lair at 1 - Moines,
Jul) li.'ilh, lie .ml oiio way was lo r.
poul nil luoiiii Ivn lailff schedules
on Jiianiilnci in ml mid oilier eommnd
tUes, which would bring all other
i 1 1 " 1 1 . in i bo same footing iui i hit I nl'
tho fariuor and would i nablo the
farmer (o buy ait woil an mil In ibn
This i mod) If applied would moan
tlie lowering or the American living
i.tandurd Ii would mean direct com
p.tnioii with low standard Ktiiopu.
It won Itl mean that IIiIh round)'
woiiltl liavo to iiroducu aa 1 1 . . i I
aa tin old world and that wnKi'ii and
Keiii ial conditions would have slip
The other remedy aa slated by Nr.
1'etik, was that farming be given tin;
mi in.. pt rcontagn of lurl IT prod . Inn
that other Int.rists have, and that
eoiign-.n. help to titganlio ami finance
agriculture ho thai lis expiir -table
aurplua In the Liverpool market,
should not be thn home uiurket
price. He hu)h that fariuoi'H should
have (he name help i li.it Industry haa
III the Webb I'oiiiclllic ami I lit Kdge
1'ariin is havi the power to pi 011141
theiimflves, a power eo.ua! If not
greater, than (hat of Induntry. If ih.-y
could but llnd a means to utilize It.
Ilul the runner In not naturally an
orKiiniiut Ion niau. He Ih a producer,
mil a buniii'i.'i man. not a wholi-Mihr
or retailer He needa natiniial help in
marketing; national help to serine
larlff proincilou In proportion to thai
ol the tnianufariuri tjt. This In 'p
coiiKretia alone call give, and once
hotieatl) given (ho fannera of (in
country would very MM rail) around
It In ro onTalive nt ring lb Tho farm
er of to day la thoroughly diarourag
id with the une(iial alrugglo ai:aint
a pinii . ii d iuIco for oignnl.od In
dual rv it ml labor and u world price
for what ho produced rnrmlng aa a
grrat Induntry cannot long aurvlve
thla rond'ilon Kltlier Ita 4 0,uuu.n(Mi
niri'imlh will be aciteil rn a ilomnnd
fnr JtlHtlro llmt roniTes.M ilari' not
Ignore, or the Induittrv will f.it hnck.
more farm! will be unfilled, the po u
luilonn drift to (he rltlea, and tho
country will heroine rar inoro an
Induntrlal nation and far loan an
Riffians Who Aire Fighti.ig Spain
L,.."" J''f''"' j dn.'ip '.f si.til its .,f Hie Ufa irlbea
Ep'-" " j JS, , who. under the romtmand .t tiii
"Ji ' Aji.Jr j Krltn, have been adiiilnlaierin atlo( 1
OrOUp nf MiMicrn of Hie ff irlben
tho. tinder the CMmMd 't hd.
KrHa bMve been MwilBlatfftBa mltn
Ing iletoiit-. In the Kpaniali irnnpa In
HK.Ul'H OK ullCliON Hll.llHKN'
fat wa;; re. trod to l he diet of the Han-
childn n their eyea got w. II.
The financial andocononilc value of, ; , ,H , , ., , , nrpha- i- s i
dalDlng to Ouegon Ih natabllahi d.( Bl .hoog naVe pout ,nvariahl io t
Kveryhody knows that it paya every- tlllM, ,.ncuil(n8 milk and butter I i
rimy lo ill .u : uellor a!'9Lhe riiol nf children brlni? rl lanee
town, cr. amei leu, cl i factories und; tu jp ease, . teady and normal gains fM n out at the start, they cet
Wntomrlal W Or (on Til re I 'ln weight, better health and b.-tttr woree and worse, and they hurt more
nt. o r ihune of the subject which ' marks In FChool work. Subsittutes re- '' and hy." And so Cornelia stih
MM more Important health. gut n cf weight, lower hallh ndrted and cittne out In due time, her
rn u iai i . i no. .ii .'.a, st le'.Li i
By THOMAS ARSCLE CI.ARK
Dean of Men, University of
0 CH3-D Z Z iCOiK CO-OOl0M3HSK
"'tiUM.I.IA a Utile twelvi-yeur
old neighlair of mine tbla summer
Iiim liuil her hair wnslieH. and now a
l I MJ nut .nle mi ti e porcn of our cot
tu'e ir.tiir.' to coninse a letter. be
was laslile with Nnney cetlinjs the
- irlu oi:t. This v.. ii ien!t irougiit
with ii. , little expeti (uro ff 'iiue anl
, piiln. for the child hulr lung and
h .ivy und furnished intinlte taaatibil
J Itlea for (angle
1 ! rii'hoi"d flora 'he .ivcr. itlon it
It Mine t" me rather dta'ttfafetedli
throii'ih the open win l-uv that for
I nella Innl an ngiiu-em hi that requlrer.
In r Ininiedlate attetatlna, Kite mtm
gntag horseback riibng. -ir was ilrlln
Into the village for a santlwhh or li.j I
umethlng much uir pleusuat In
mind than getting the snarls Ml l
her h.ilr. She was of fhv opinion tha'
If the surface were brushed lightly ul
t'tiiiiitely the deeper sested tanlt"
would work the aeivea stnii.-lu. he
ohjoctetl to atickiug until the work
Hut Nancy was Arm. "It s got to he
done now." she Insisted. "If vnu oVid'l
May Be an Empre
h been Hiudtlig vitantlnia for 'he
pant tw nly yeuiw. Vllaiuinos are toi
elusive to he . en. but It Li eetabluih
ed beyond u doubt that they exist,
that their BfMMM In the diet oi
children pttiduci.. lirii'r develop
ment, and i bat their absence permlta
certain di .i-'t to i.tunt growth of
rnd poorer grades.
The use of whole milk and butter
and cheere Is important for maiur
people. Their habitual uae tends to
prod uc a stronger. brighter and
longer lived race.
Hur'ng the world war. the author-
. in Hit ;;t Uritnin were alarmed
-narl wouldn't come nm and he Ig
Bigger and Defter Than Ever
bbmd hair nil ivnvy and sbin'ng.
There are a good many people w ho
hate to get all the snarls out at KM
' eirnninp. There was Higgin. for ex
iiinple, drifted along nt the flrat of ihe
femeter slighting his i onjugatlont
and his declensions and paying llnle
attention to his Idioms and his Irreg
. ..... l.ji j ... .w tl... hleh SMMshlH f vnone men ") "e luuuu 11, 1U
' ' ..- ejse issHm in in.Md..,ii.,M ln Mh a mental tangle that he
CIHIIIOK e..i- ittioil. ... . . ,w . .... ... . v..-a..,wu
Vtlainliiifi an- found In
lMn.1. 1 I... kn.n., f..- I,.-,.
n.. u.i.. sev.i .Milk .sui ti. waattbt toat ul ..nlluud v. re touttd lo " -"" ttti im-n
n-se two vita- M remarkably free Ironi imperfao- " " ip kiiij pasag
t.ona. These people lived in miserable ' ie iniin. ran neonini
huts wlUioiit sanilatlon In a damp. I"'' "mlerstiind the beginning of bis
fogg-y climate. They arc very poor.
Vol tln ir t oth are sound and perfect
to old age. they are strong, bin fram
ed, big lunged, strong boned specl-
i.'-ni of mail and wt nan In od. 'I ' Mr
' ... r.....i ....... t..i ..i.,, M. ....ii,-. t .f .. t.
or tiultor surror trom serious ulimrnn --"" "i"' ........... ......
and do not develop properly in mind acrapa. and every family owns a row!
.No., portrait of (he tieuutitui trowa
princess ot HavnriH. whose husbnml,
Crown I'rim e ltup,reeht. has l ing
been plarming to make ihe funili) of
U'ltteisbucb what the family ot Ho
heiuoliem ttsed to be and to hapriiii
the next kiiiser He Is tifty-Uv'. sue,
Ida aeciuul wife. tw?nty-v. 'i fcey
i were m.irrieO in Itf.'l and hrtee two
' i lilldren. Itofore iimrrlaLe she M
I'rincess Actoiuelle of i-UieL.iLurg
Wild Flower Millinery
for Winsome Buds
unlit for t.ervlc."
w :es iittitertnken llurine its cotirse
' .... - .... in i.n . n on b 'ii.n ... .La . . . ... b a
,.r tint In i.i i Ii .ins ot a little is anil on ' ......nr.. st-.
retahu them both. These
' 1 1 1 ii i are not found In vegetable oils
Thousands of tests demonstrate Ih
faets. Vegetable oils are not harmful,
but tin v certainly do not supply the
vital elements of growth and re i.
tnnco to certain diseases.
Children deprived of whole ui.lk
iiniil.vtles He trusted c dUMg Id
wurk aw his difficulties, ami the re
till was thut when fnil came he wti
Ineliirible und bis MaVtKe prohnbly
lost us the conference ?htunplonsh'p.
The nine lo do a !!.. ot work Is
Is w hen Ii Is assigned. The time o
or body. They are Hiunied. are subject ix'tn iency msea-es nave neen pn- solve n uimenity is when It MM
to rickets, to an eve tiis. n . . bad valent in (he Orient for ages. Japan Well begun Is often very much more
teeth and ollur nils In the p -t has boon win enough lo study 'hem than half done, ami this Is especially
Oregon children have been particular- and Mek a preventive As a result. the true of (he beginner In business. If
I h.althy and strong Our past and "'" ' ::" '" ls osi.inns.ung there are i.ny narls In ..ur work get
in riis oi Hairy cattle ami encoumcing
In every possible way the unlvtral
use of milk and butter.
Any alleged suhsiltute for butler -aaythlni
which takes the hullerfat
out of milk and replaces it with
vegetable oib- is a blow at healthy
present generations have bet n dltln
gulshid for their physical fitness.
Our share of soldiers have been t ill,
strong and husky fellows, noted for
endurance and meninl alert neas. Ore
gon has always been a dairy state.
A few Illustrations out of Ihons-
them Oatflbesl out Immedliitety
wise the result is fuilure.
1(0. linn. nitn Nrwspsixr L'nl. a.)
SBK HsBBM BSW W JBBW
fabuildniq the rtW of ftit Pat fir lntemation.l Livestock Exposition
ands: During the world war, the childhood. Anv law which seeks to
children of Denmark developed a protect the milk and butter lndus(ry
serious eye disease. Il did not yl"ld Is a law for the protection of babies,
to treatment. It wns dscovered fiat The oleo measure on which we ore to
the dairymen, tempted by high prices, vote in November seeks to preserve
were selling all the blitterfat and the health of Oregon people. Romem-
feedlng the cHlldrer skim ml'k end ber these facts when the time comes
oleomargarine. As soon as the butter- to vote.
CooliciBe on Taxation.
seven years the people' have
Above are pictured the new build
tnga, August li.lrd. just one mo.ilh
afdir the fire Winn people hoard
that tho I'aclflc liitcrniitlonal Live
atock Kxpnslllon at I'ortland had been
destrnyeil, It tas like a blow in t lie
faro. Hut the indomitable spirits who
formed 11 first, who labored for Us
establishment und continuance were
Within a few days, work hail been
begun on a new home, "bigger am!
better thun over," mnl now II Ik nftl
tug completion 'Ihe coiilruetnrH havi
promised In have it dOM and rt 1
for oi upiincy by October M(b,
the groat Bxposlllnn will open its
diinrs 0 the i die M tbf fflOmllli Of
November 1st vvi'ii a larger und more
be. i ut ilul show Hi. ii ever lu Its his
tory. The new structure Is modi ! I In
general after the old one. lor tin m
rangement and plan of (he former
one was Itn i it to heal. Tin ; : m
has been enli rged. however, i" I I'erly
feet have been uikled lo Its
and the sealing OtPtolt DM MOD
Increased to 7'U'fl.
The hortc depart tneni bat Men on
Inrged und Improved, us litis the poul
try department, while ti e l ;,' mnl
girls' dubs w ill have a ! pari in
iliislvely for tOOll exliiblta.
Mngiiiricent annuals (rem all over
the I'nid-il Slates will show whit
breeding and scientific tare can do
wiih Iho raie oi dairy i.ivs. World
retord animals of vnrl. u.i l i . ds : r
I'romlNoil ami the d. ry it p. i.tm nt
will be a union i f boi.uty ami utility
not to be sti. pit iiH'd anywhrrt la ihe
worl I. Tie I I i i'il of CHI I It vie
with each o'l . r fur numbera nnd
coileaMa at,: then la alwya $ 11 us
manlike s'rutgti! In the ahow ring b.
iwuen bret .it ra ft.r the covleJ blue
COllMJted WlthtB (ho walla of the
linnion.ie Ex . s.tii n bulblicg i;-e .od
oily the fittsi dairy c.ttio tc be
rctin.l inywhert In IM world, bul
tijt.tlreJa of other anlmali, t fa
pelting the tins", laber and thousht
I a ti.1 work t f ctn'tii ii.i to bi'l.n; Ibi m
1 lo a n:-r pert. Ctli 'i as lht imret ully
of in ", ilean rtiw.pi s- r u (i ts ail.
The pr'!'u't of Ihe anil In their glury
nf rolof in ! ft , l' .' tic 1 .'i
menu of tin leiyi and girl In Mjittnl
endeartir 1 1 ! other thli a vcrlh of
"lutly and ehj.iymeit v III l. fc.tv.d
at tbc Pacific Inttrnnttopiil LHat'oek
Bxpnail i hi, 't:t mi., r i to f in ' i'Tt
borne with uncomplaining courage the
UanteudOM burden of national and
loti'.l taxation. These must both be
redured. The taxes of the natloi
must be reduced now as much as I re
dence will permit and expenditure
must be reduced accordingly. Hitth
taxes reach everywhere and bur..-u
every! oly. They bear most heavily
upon the poor. They diminish indus
try and commerce. They make agri
culture unprofitable. They increast
the rates on transportation. They art
a charge on every necessary of 111
I Of all the services which the conun
can rentier the country I have no hesi
taiion in declarinc this one to be para
mount. To neglect It. to postpone It
to obstruct it by unsound propoaala
to become unworthy of public -.-iff
dence and untrue to public trail.
Message to Congress, Dec. 6. lPa3.
Nat i. "ie. i-ct rteatared.
As I reautl di tho financial peliclei
ot the re. al licJCn n'-nlnlstratlon since
March. 1921. :he I'nited States has
taken th f Ion of the leading com
mercial am! HntflM :".l nation cf the
world. T'.ie doilor lui become the
international standard ot value. With
MMibly ere exception, the United
Stales is the only Hattoa that parlici
patod !n the World war tbat hra re
dured i I i v : .'.it ures, Its debt and
Ita taxei ace the war. It was the
first of the nations participating in the
war to :' ' ' 'ttl-e' balanced.
l; ul the home paper.
All the liitle buds in the rosebud
- irden of girls have to ne hatted, and
i 1 ossoms thet gladden the earth
have counterpart8 anywhere In ap
parel, they are to be found In mU
nery. Here la a wtaaoiae bud
sometimes ca'led a dapper, wearing
n wll illower hat as pretty as the
tee. crimson-tipped flowers that Bob
ble B'irns loed Hrul sarg of. It la
n sci.ttch felt In any color and It la
very bei-oming. And one ran aee in
the eyes of the little maid that she
The trad. ion of keeping a
honeymoon" la of ancient
origin, iioneyineade was drunk
by the better order of Teutonic
peoples for a pert., l at 80 days
following the marriage cere
.mmy. Altila the Hun drank
so fi eely ot wine mixed with
honey th.it be ha I a marriage
and fn lerul ceremony all ln one.
i he custom of Journeying to Nl
.igani falls, or like spot. Is a
mod- rn addition end t'lterpre
Happiness cotuea to the hustler, not
to the loafer.
l.o." W ll 11 I
.ii .i k e a i be woriil
K rotllld- an' round
P't.aMJ - -an round.
SUCH IS LIFE
S i - DEC
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WARD AT TKB OFFICE HE'S
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1 Vfc P'Ero'jUArn D HIM To TAIvC
ThE T'rjAiN UP ,T6 i THE.
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