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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (June 8, 1916)
Of General Interest
NORTHWEST MARKET REPORTS;
GENERAL CROP CONDITIONS
GENIUS -WHENCE COMES IT?
Timely Hints for Poultry
Portland — Wheat — Bluostem, 98c No Amount of Training or Environment Can Create It, but a
per bushel; fortyfold, 90c; club, 88c;
T he b est feed for little tu rk e y s is
Child’s Natural Talents May Be Develoocd by Cultivation.
red Fife, 88c; red Russian, 88c.
dry g rain chick feed, but It m u st be
Hay Eastern Oregon timothy, $24
free from m u stln ess o r m oldiness and
Secretary Classifies Lands in
(4.24.60 | mt ton; valley timothy, $21(4/
be clean and sw eet.
22; alfalfa, old crop, $17*(18.
W eaklings should never be to lerated
Whitman National Forest
Miilfeed Spot prices; Rran, $26*(
In th e chicken coop. Kill and bury
Portland Announcement in made by 26.50 per ton; shorts, $29 (id 29.50;
them , for o th erw ise th ey will be th e
first to becom e Infected and la te r die.
tho district forester, George H. Cecil, rolled barley, $31.60*/,32.50.
Corn Whole, $36 per ton; cracked,
M ore ducks a re killed by unneces
Portland, Ore., of the classification,
sary handling, chilling and underfeed
by the secretary of Agriculture, of
Vegetables Artichokes, $1 dozen;
ing th a n all o th e r cau ses com bined.
practically nil the lands within 4th« | tomatoes, $5 |*er crate;
Be su re th a t little ducklings alw ays
boundaries of the Whitman national $2.60(0.3 per hundred; garlic, 10c per
have plen ty of w ater to drink, espe
cially a t m eal tim e, and deep enough
foreat in north eaatern Oregon. A net pound; pep.ners, 25c; eggplant, 20
25c; horseradish, 8Jc; lettuce, $2*(
so th a t th ey can get th e ir heads into
area of approximately 879,218 acres in 2.40 per crate; cucumbers, 76c*(;$l
It up to th e ir eyes.
embraced in thin classification, and a | per dozen; spinach, 4*/;8c per pound;
Eggs to be used for hatch in g should
amall area of 2742 acres la left for ex- | asparagus, 90c*j,$1.60 |>er dozen; rhu
not be subjected to e ith e r abnorm ally
high o r low tem p e ra tu res. If they can
cauliflower, $1.25 |ier crate.
be g ath ered before th ey have tim e to
The Whitman national foreat liea iri
Jobbing prices: Oregon,
a fte r being laid it Is all th e bet
the lilue mountaina, and, according to $1.50; California, new, 3fu,3}c per
te r for th e ir h atch in g qualities. From
the rc|>ort, conaiata mainly of a large (Miund.
50 to 60 d eg rees is th e best tem p era
Onions Oregon, $1.60*/, 2 per sack;
body of (loaitive foreat land.
No E nviro n m en t Can Develop Qualities T h a t Are N ot T here.
tu re for sto rin g h atch in g eggs
California red, $2.25 per sack.
|>ort ahowa that there la a atand of
L ittle chicks should be protected
Green Fruits — Strawberries, Ore ¿ ¿ » S IT possible to m ake a m usical of th e developm ent of ch ildren to re a l
from cool, dam p su rro u n d in g s. N oth
aliout four billion feet of valuable com gon, $2.26(4,2.76 per crate; apples, $1
I genius o u t of my child by pro- ize how Incom pletely do th e cap acities
ing is m ore d e trim e n ta l to th e ir h ealth
mercial timber within the foreat; fifty (ll 1.76 per box; gooseberries, 4 (<l 6c
* vldlng a favorable environm ent of m ost Individuals ev er develop, com
and m ore c e rta in to bring heavy m or
per cent of which ia weatern yellow
pared to th e p o ssib ilities la te n t a t
for him ?"
tality th a n to let them out In th e w et
T h is qu estio n w as asked by an am birth. E very Individual is born w ith
pine. There ia alao a conaiderable cantalou|>es, $4.50(4,5 per crate; apri
g ra ss early in th e m orning.
cots, $1.50 per box.
bitious m o th e r of a very young infant. ra th e r definite lim its to w h at he m ay
atand of young timber and inferior
W hen shipping live poultry to m ar
Eggs — Oregon ranch, current re- T his is th e kind of question th a t m oth become, w h e th e r it be In m usic o r in
apeciea which haH a high value for wa- cipta, 23Jc perdozn; candled, 24c.
alw ay s allow sufficient room and
ers lan d fa th e rs, too, no doubt) often science, in a r t o r In b usiness. In golf
Poultry Hens, 15*(16ic |>er pound; ask th em selv es, but feel too tim id or o r In astronom y. But It is very sel use a coop sufficiently high, so th a t
terahed protection . for the atreama
which are uead for irrigation outside stags, 12c; broilers, 20*/,25c; turkeys, m odest to ask th e fam ily physician. dom th a t th e se lim its a re ap proached th e fow ls will not suffer from cram ped
live, 18*(20c; turkeys, dressed, choice, W hen th e q u estio n Is answ ered In th e In m ore th a n a v ery few d irectio n s positions w hile on th e road. Any dis
the national foreat.
23*(26c; ducks, 15*(16c; geese, 10c. affirm ative efforts a re stim ulated, and by any Individual. It Is because we com fort red u ces th e ir w eight and costs
Thia foreat, it ia aaid, haa little ag
Rutter—Exchange price, cubes, ex a fte r m any y ears th e re Is disillusion a re so im pressed by th e rem ark ab le th e p ro d u cer a ce rta in am ount of
ricultural value, and isolated, acattered tras, 26|c; cubes, prime firsts, 25c; ; m ent and d isap p o in tm en t. W hen th e re su lts th a t can be a tta in e d by sy s m oney.
Avoid feeding chicks food th a t has
tracts only could be used for farm pur- firsts, 24 Je. Jobbing prices; Prints, question Is an sw e red In th e negative tem atic aud co ntinued train in g , th a t
|M>eea. The soil, although fertile, ia extras, 27<j(29c; butterfat, No. 1, 27c; th e re Is d isap p o in tm en t and often ne we a re led to su sp e c t an Indefinite been In sto ck so long th a t It Is moldy.
rocky and shallow, and although rec No. 2, 25c; Portland.
glect and Indifference.
in crease In ta le n ts u n d er p ro p er g u id It Is bound to cause m uch trouble.
Veal Fancy, llfm llic per pound.
ords are meager, the rainfall is known
To get th e m ost out of your flocks
Pork—Fancy, l u c i l i e per pound.
to vary from 10 to 40 inches, the snow
you m u st adopt present-day m ethods,
Cattle — Steers, choice grain and
fall from 20 inches to 30 feet—in the
Is an exceptional person by very “n a lack of o p p o rtu n ity and fo r Im proper so as to be on an even footing w ith
higher altitudes the snow cornea as pulp, $H.90(U.9; choice hay, $8.50 *( tu re " —th a t Is. by having in h erited a tre a tm e n t in childhood and youth, your com petitor.
late as mid-June or as early as the 8.86; choice grass, $8*t8.60; good, com bination of q u alities th a t m akes we a re still fa r sh o rt of being unde
last of August; the killing frosts oc $8.15*1,8.60; medium, $7.60(4,8; cows, him d is tin c t from bis fellows. T he veloped geniuses. A su ita b le en v iro n
Collars Make Blouses.
cur every month In the year. The choice, $7.60(0,7.75; good, $6.75(4,7.25; m ost th n t th e en v iro n m en t can do for m ent can help to develop q u alities th a t
temperature la alao known to vary
him Is to m ake possible the form ation a re p re se n t a t th e s ta rt, b u t no e n
Do you know how to “trim up” th e
from 30 degrees below zero to 120 8; bulls, $3fti,6; stags, $4.60(u7.
of c e rta in h ab its, th e cultivation of v iro n m en t can develop q u alities th a t plain blouse and m ake it becom e your
above. Practically the entire foreat
a re not th ere.
Individual sty le? G et a collar In w hite
is at elevations from 4000 to 10,0001 good to prime, $8.60 *(8.76; rough c e rta in In te re sts, th e developm ent of
c e rta in n a tiv e pow ers. In o th e r w ords,
It Is th e old question o v er again, of chiffon o r sh e e re st o rgandie w hich. In
feet. The to[>ography ia rough, char- I
the en v iro n m en t can provide condi w h eth er any royal food can be found tu rn in g back, covers th e nape and th e
acterized by deep, precititous canyons, * ( 8 .
n s fav o rab le for the grow th of th a t will m ake a gosling develop Into sides of th e neck, ru n s flatly acro ss
and jagged (>eaka. Although over 70,- t
000 acres of alienated land exist with $7*17.60; ewes, $5.50*^6.50; lambs, g en iu s; but It can n ev er c reate genius ; a sw an. From th e goose’s egg you th e sho u ld ers and stra ig h t down over
out of m ediocre capacities.
will g et only a goose, although som e th e bu st, form ing a sle n d e r “V” open
in the foreat boundaries, taken up un $8*(9.26.
O ne need n o t go very far in a study geese a re b e tte r th a n o th ers. A gain, ing below th e th ro at. T his co llar Is
der the homestead and timber and
a fte r h atch in g the egg, p ro p er feeding bordered w ith pin-tucked self m aterial,
stone acta, it is claimed that most at
Idaho Crops Have Suffered.
and c are will give you a b e tte r goose stra ig h t on its o u te r edge and w idely
tempts at agriculture have proven fail- 1
th a n can develop th ro u g h n eg lect and scalloped along th e fine, em broidery-
urea, and a large |»er cent of the pri- |
sta rv a tio n . W ith th e ch ild ren of m an outlined Inner edge. A nother blouse-
vato lands have eihter been abandoned Commercial Bank, just issued, says;
M o th e r’s Cook Book
It Is u n fo rtu n ately tru e th a t w hile do m in atin g collar h as a tap erin g , n a r
Crops have suffered quite severely
or are being held for their timber and
feeble-m inded stock Is likely to rem ain row tu rn o v e r com ing high ag a in st all
since our last letter, due to cold
feeble-m inded, th e people of m ediocre save th e fro n t of th e neck, and w id
In view, therefore, of these circum- , weather. On Mny 9, 10 and 11 a cold
F ru it Bars.
ab ilities often give rise to com bina ened by an ex trem ely broad frilling of
stances, and with the exception of
Mix tw o and one-half cupfuls of tio n s of valuable q u alities th a t do not
th e p laited m aterial, a-Jour hem m ed.
small isolated tracts, aggregating 2742 wave extending over this entire sec
acres left for later examination, the tion of Idaho, and with a low temper flour, tw o and ono-half cupfuls of rolled reveal th em selv es In th e ap p earan ce In crepe de chine th is second co llar is
secretary has classified the entire area ature of 20 degrees above zero re- oata. one cupful each of sh o rten in g of th e child or in th e w ealth of th e ex trem ely p ractical as well as dainty.
of the Whitman national forest as ported, killed practically all of the and brow n sugar, one-half cupful of fam ily. It is th e re fo re d esirab le th a t
so u r m ilk, and a teaspoonful of soda. every child receive all th e o p p o rtu n
chielly valuable for forest pur|M)ses
F lo u r th e board generously, roll thin ities and all th e en co u rag em en t to
and not suited to agriculture or list-
“A club buffet fu rn ish es b u t p ar
crop to some extent, nipped the less
able under the act of June 1!, 1306.
show w h at his possib ilities are. T h is adoxical com fort.”
hardy garden truck, damaged the roses h alf pound of dates and a half cupful Is n ecessary quite as m uch for th e en
“ How so?”
of pecan m eats through th e m eat chop rich m en t of o u r lives as for th e discov
and will mean quite a heavy financial
“B ecause th e m em b ers often use it
27-Year Wait Is Rewarded.
per, mix th is and roll o u t In a th in
when th e y a re out of sp irits."
loss to the country. The strawberry sh e e t and cu t with th e sam e cu tter. ery of th e occasional genius.
Marshfield — George W. Suydam,
crop seems to have survived the best P ut a lay er of d ate p a ste betw een
who has a secret preparation for pre
of any of the fruits.
Since May 18 every tw o of tho cooky dough, sa n d
serving woods, waited 27 long years
the rainfall has been considerable and wich fashion, and bake in a hot oven.
In-fore realizing on his knowledge of of much benefit. The temperature for W hen cold pack edgew ise In a Jar.
H ide th e jar.
chemicals. Nearly 30 years ago Mr. the month has been below average.
The usual anticipated rise in the
Suydam, who is a resident of Den
A pricot Shortcake.
mark, Curry county, prepared with his price of wheat at this season has failed
M ake a rich biscuit dough, roll out
this year. In fact an uncertain mar
process a number of different woods ket with a downward tendency has and cu t w ith a largo biscu it c u tte r
and placed them away with woods of ruled recently. The Caldwell Milling and bake. Cook six a p ric o ts e ith e r
By L A U R A JE A N L IB S E Y .
the same variety to see what time Elevator company report paying $1.35 fresh or dry w ith the Juice of half a
would do with each of his keepsakes. per cwt. for wheat, $1.15 for oats and lem on, and half a cupful of sugar,
Now that the woods have been ex $1.25 for barley.
muBh, stra in and ilavor w ith a q u a rte r
(C o p y rig h t, 19X6.)
tion In g en eral a re th e a sse ts she de
amined and passed upon by experts, i t ! Heavy shipments of hay were made of a teaspoonful of alm ond e x tract.
v e m a n y g o o d ly d a y s to se e
is found that those which were treated during the past month and practically P ut th re e half ap ricots betw een the W T e h e h a liq
u id d ro p s o f t e a r s t h a t y o u h a v e pends on not only to keep h er posi
27 years ago are as well preserved as ; all of the 1915 crop is cleaned up. The cak es and a half one on top. P our tho
tion. but to forge ahead. T here a re
when they were put away, while the first crop of alfalfa will not be up to siru p over all and fill th e top ap rico t S h a ll p e c a o r m l; e a g a in tr a n s f o r m e d to o rie n t too m any h elp less ones a t borne, usu
wood which was not treated has rotted average, due to the cold weather, and w ith sw eetened w hipped cream .
ally, d ep en d en t upon h er to encourage
A d v a n ta g in g th e i r lo a n , w ith in te r e s t.
O f te n tim e s d o u b le g a in o f h a p p in e s s .
away and decayed.
fits of th e blues.
will be somewhat late.
L. E. Swan, of Detroit, Mich., hear- J
It Is only th e Idlers o r those who
Jam Om elet.
ingof the successful preservative, came
W as th e re ev er a w om an—no m attei have little or n o th in g to do who rail
Cantaloupes on Market.
to Curry county and, after an investi
with a tablespoonful of pow dered how m any blessings surro u n d ed her secretly over really Insignificant af
Spokane — In spite of the wet and su g a r; Into th is stir a teaspoonful of —who did not give h e rse lf up com fairs.
gation, purchased a half interest in
T he wom en wedded to men
the secret process and will finance its chilly weather the stores have man c o rn sta rc h m ixed with th re e ta b le p letely to a fit of th e blues now and who d rin k up th e g re a te r p art of th e ir
aged to make a brave show of spring spoonfuls of milk, cook T hen fold th en ? T hey have indulged th is w ages, leaving th e fam ily a t hot ;e to
fruit and vegetables, although the In th o stiffly beaten w h ites of th e eggs h a b it—for it Is n o th in g else th a n a fight sta rv a tio n , ejection from th e
Voters Order Irrigation.
local products have been retarded. The and cook In a b u ttered om elet pan h a b it—from girlhood up u n til a t last hom e th a t sh e lte rs them and with In
It h as ta k e n such a hold upon them sufficient clothes to cover them ,
Vale—Land owners in the Malheur two novelties to be found are canta unUl set. S pread w ith Jam , fold and th e y a re unable to sh ak e off th e se bravely fight th e dem on d iscontent,
valley voted 84 to 11 Saturday to or
d ep ressions.
put th e ir sh oulders to th e wheel and
ganize an irrigation district, which cots at 25 cents a pound or 75 cents a S erve as a d essert.
T h e splendid arm y of w orking girls live and dream of th e glorious d u ties
contemplates construction of a dam at
should be an exam ple of c h eerfu ln ess th ey a re p erform ing In keeping th e ir
Riverside, holding 200,000 acre-feet of fairly plentiful at 25 cents a pound
to th e w om en In
______ ch ildren a t school and th e golden re
Government engineers have
w ard th a t will su rely be th e irs la te r
reported it to be the most feasible and The supply of asparagus has been eggs. Cook six eggs in th e shell, cut good hom es who
cheapest project in the West and 25,-
T he ch ild less wife, who has longed
000 acres of new land will be put un local crop has scarcely been touched. w hite sauce, th en a lay er of eggs and do b u t n u rse th e ir
th e clasp of little a rm s around her
a lay er of chopped olives using a
neck and childish, loving Ups pressed
T hose w orking
fourth of a cupful of olives, re p e a t and
Ten thousaiai acres are owned by the abundantly.
to h e r own, e n co u n ters b a ttle s which
finish th e top w ith a thick layor of b u t g irls, each and ev
Oregon Western Colonization com
she m u st fight bravely to outw it a t
pany, of St. Paul.
Copper Mine Reopened.
ta c k s of th e blues.
George McLaughlin, R. E. Weant,
Baker, Or.—Once abandoned as an of cru m b s. Rnko until th o cru m b s a re and how to radl-
women accom plish thi9 by answ ering
James Harvey» C. W. Mallett, A. W.
th e cry of th e ir lonely h e a rts w ith
a t e cheerfu ln ess.
Trow, and treasurer, T. W. Ilalliday. unprofitable venture, the old Paymas
th is tr u th ; W h atev er should be. will
ter mine, a copper property in the
If you p u t the
Egg and Ham Tim bales.
be. W h atev er Is, is best. H e who
Eagle Mountains, is being reopened,
Cook to g e th e r tw o tab lesp o o n fu ls q u estion to them
Bankers Organize Group.
den ies th e ir e a rn e st p ray ers know s
Ashland — Organization of Group 4, since the traces of the rare ore, molyb-
Cregon State Rankers’ association, damite, with a market value of $3000 of m ilk and w hen sm ooth and thick th ey ev er have fits
E ven th o se who have known and
embracing Jackson, Klamath, Curry, a ton, have been found. W. A. Gil
love can be m ade to realize th a t
Lake and Josephine counties, was per
th e h e a rt h as been enriched by It
fected here this week and adjourned, Bradley Bros., owners of the property, well w ith pepper and s a lt and put Into of th e ir ey es as
th ro u g h m em ories of th e hours w hen
after electing J. W Mct,oy, cashier also believe that a considerable income tim b ale m olds to cook In h o t w ater t h e y a n s w e r
It w as te n d e re st, tru e s t and a t Its b e s t
First National Rank of Ashland, chair may be netted from the main copper u n til firm. Stuffed eggs a re alw ays grav ely th a t in
If b u t one blessing Is given us, we
man; W. H. Gore, of Medford, vice ore bodies. Assays just made of some ap p etizin g and m ay be serv ed as a t h e b u s i n e s s
world th e re fls no place fo r th e girl should be g ratefu l for th a t one, sh u t
chairman; Marshall Hooper, Grants of the ore samples give 64.3 per cent hot dish With a w hite sauce.
o r w om an w ho gives free rein to fits out d isc o n te n t and cu ltiv ate a happy
Pass, secretary and treasurer. Meet values, meaning, at. the present quota- \
of m elancholy and th a t good n atu re, disposition, though we have It not,
tions, from $300 to $400 a ton.
ings will be held semi-annually.
a happy mood and a genial disposi and alw ays look on th e b rig h t side.
Few Women Who Have Plenty to
Do Have Fits of Blues