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BEISJD -HAPPENINGS , .
; FROM DAY TO $rW
W. l Kryronr "f Hlfttiint wan In
, lluiut lunl nlKlit.
Mm, II. K, IlrooliH returned thin
morning (rum Portland,
i Nl Jlyburtf was u pimHiingnr on
lnut night's trnln for Portland,
li. I). Hoy In u vlnltor In Ilnnil
..today from hln Hummer Lnku homo.
(J. W. Thornthwnlto, formerly of
ijlond, lit now located In Anaheim,
Mr. unil MrH. K, 0. Ilourk of
(Jroncnnt nro Hpondlrux u fow dnyn
-In tint city.
Tracy Kalrchlld, who Iiiih been
wlth Din HrooknHcnlon Lumber
Co., loft lust nlKlit for Heatthi.
W. II. DuKKott of Itudniond wiih
In Iloml thin morning trammeling
ltfp.nl luitilnnMH at tho court Iiouno.
4 M. Mm, O. C. Ilonklo unil son Vorgll
f nro iipnndlnR a fow wonka at Walla
Wallg,' vlttltJiiK relatives anil IrlondH.
Lovnn & Chlnluiid nro mnklug
,. 'Kmimn cxUmihIvo Improvements In
-? t liilr Htoro hulhlltiK HiIh wook to
innkn room for Increased stock of
Arthur Jones, of Martin's Korry,
4 Ohio, will arrlvii tonight to accept
' U poMllon iih clurk In tho Ilond
pontofflcit. Mr, Jones him had wldn
oxporlenco In tho mall service, Act
Inn I'oHtimiMtur W. II. Hudson
ladles of tho IlaptlNl church will
moot at 2:30 o'clock tomorrow
afternoon at tho homo of Mm. C. J.
. I.evorolt, 626 Franklin.
4 Mm. J. W.Wornstafr, of this vi
cinity, In III at tho homo of her
sinter, Mm. A. C. Larson, of Port
land. Mr. and Mm. John Dubuls and
chlldrun arrived In tho city timt
ulKht from La Pino, wlioro Mr.
Dubuls Ih In charge of tho engineer
Inn work In connection with tho
Walkor Ilimln Irrigation project.
Ilnrdtwlg & Ward of DuriHimilr,
California, hnvo bought tho alfalfa
ranch of T. A. Tuinay, 0 miles emit
4 of Ilond. Mr. Ilnrdtwlg and family
will movo on thin wook. Tho deal
wax mado through tho offlco of
Ilonklo & Haines.
M. 0, Wagner rotiirniiil Hundny
from (i htiuluuKU trip to Lu (Jrmulo,
Mm, II. K. IlrookrHoft Innt ,iiflit
fbr I'o'rtlaud to ho koiiu for n fow
Mm, II, M, Morion roturhod thin
inornliiK from n iiyvorul wpks' vaca
tion trip to Hunttlo.
MUh Badlo II. Hchijuldnr, of'j'ort
land Iiiih acenptod a position with
Tho People's Htoro, t
'A. P. Manloii loft yesterday for
Hdattlo nftor visiting horo for novum!
dnyn with his hrothor, Harry Mnnlon.
HiikIi Thompiiou, I'd, Lyotm, and
Mr, and Mm, A. M. Prlrmlo and
guests, spout tho wook oud at Odoll
Wilson I'oltlbono and Mr. and Mm.
John l'ottlbono havo arrived In IJond
from Ht. I'auI, mid will innko tholr
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Colton, .and
daughter Crotchon hnvo returned to
Portland after u fow dayn npont In
and near Ilond,
Itobt. II. Moorn returned Hunday
from I.u C-rnndo where ho attondod
tho iiituitlnjc of the Loyal LokIoii of
I.oKKom and I.timheriueii.
MIhii Ilorundliia OHterman lion ro-
turned to Ilond from a nummor vaca
tion Hpont nt KoaHldo, and will ro
hiiiiiu her cltiMHON lu piano,
MIhiiuij Until n nd Dorlnn FloniliiK,
who hnvo boon vlnltliic In Hand with
frlendR, raturilud to tholr homo lu
Portland Hundny ovoiilnj;.
Mm, C. M. McKay und hoiih nro
now vlitltlriK with rolatlvoH nt Walk
er MlnnoHOta. Thny will alito upend
a fow wookn lu WUconxlu.
Tho I.ndloH' Oulld of tho Prenby
torlnii church will meet with Mm.
Harris on Delaware nvonuu tomor
row aftornoou at 2:30 o'clock.
MIhm Ilcatrlco Clieneny, of the
Ilond Filith hcIiooI faculty, ban return
ed from her vacation to take up her
work lu preparation for tho full term.
Deputy Sheriff AiiRiiHt Andemon
Iiiih returned to I!ond after n vIhII of
Hovornl wcukn In Wiliimr, Mlnno-otn,
and other pnlnlit In tho mlddlo went.
D. K. Hunter, of tho Ilond Com
pany returned yesterday tnornliiK
front a Mhort huHlneits trip to Cnnada
where bo linn oxtuiralvu farm hold
Announcing the Local
Agency of the Fisk
Tho Pioncur Gurage wishes to iiunottnuc to
its autoniohilu patrons that it is now the
local aent for the Fisk--Non--Skitl Hfcd
and Cord Tires, and that it will have a full
ami complete line,
The Fisk Tires have a wonderful national
reputation. Its guarantee is in miles of
Size, Strength, Safety
that's what you want in n tire, and that's
what you get in the
FISK FABRICS AND CORDS
You get that plus the most unusual resil
iency, speed, comfort and luxury, hacked
by Fisk quality und all the care and prac
tical knowledge that can be built into a
tire and assured by the personal reputa
tion of the dealer.
YOUR. NEXT TIRE WILL BE '
A FISK TIRE.
MrM, ft I), Jlockor lofi for hor
homo In Knllnpoll, Montana Hundny,
nftor vlnltlriff horo with hor pnrontn,
Mr. nndMrx. U, J. Hoik durliii; the
pnHt ''rtf$& '
MrtfOoriTJoknbr and Mr. T. C,
DoiMiofofiPoriiand who hnvo boon
vIhIUiik' with Mru, A. M. I'rliutlo for
Huvernl wooIih fntt JoHt nlRht for tholr
bunion In 'Portland. ,
Caplfllii'cinorKi8. 'VounK. former
ly county Purveyor of Dcflchuton
comhy, ban raturnod to tho United
Htntcs froituiiarvlce overneaii, and la
now nt Norfolk, "virKlnln.
MJ Helen' Tl, Kly, -of Orofton
City lins ndcopte'da portion In the
rtmdy.to-woar dequrtrnpnt of J. 0.
Punnoy Co,, xind W Kloranco OIIhoii
hah tukon a ponlton ait canhlor.
JoHopIt WlIe'yVl5s)feldont of tho
HI born lu Nittlona Bank, of Portland
and wlllHin Healy, ' loft on Innt
nlght'e train for Portland nftor
npondlnK novcral dnyn flubliiK nt
CharlpB LlnBter nnd John Wcntror
cher of Kvnnston, 111., aro In Hend
for a throe wookn vlhlt nt tho homo
of Henry. .Inlntor. Mr. Wcntorchor
Ift n banker of Krannton, and Mr.
Chnrlcn Ltioitor. formorly of thin city,
In a prominent merchant of tho tumio
M. L, Job nnd family of Ilond aro
camped nt the ' Mthla Park auto
camp In Ashland according to word
which contort from that city. Thoy
nro on an automobile trip and nro
lookliiK for n location. Thoy found
tho Ahlnt)d cfltiip to bo Ideal lu
Claronco and Frank Young havo
purchnnod tho xodn fountain and
confectionery ntoro of Chorion Baylor
In tho O'Donnell building. Tho Young
brothers expect to ntako nevorul nd
dltlotiH to tho ntoro. Clarence Young
ban been with tho Ilond Onrago for
onto tlmo and Frank Young recently
wan dlHchargcd from tho service.
1'ut It In Tito Ilullctln.
Young plgK flhottld bo given tholr
feed In sucli n manner that each In
dividual pig gets ltd Hhnro. Tho
simplest wny to accomplish this Is
to nllow tho plgH to cat from n prop
erly constructed feed trough, one
that will koop tho 'pins out of tho
feed and will lesson tho possibility
Put It lit Tim Ilullctln.
AIR AND LIGHT NEED
Tuber Hhotild Not Jkt Piled In
TiitiXO IllriN Without Proper. Di
vision und Insulation Tem
'petViture Is Important.
fllorfng potatoes resembles blink
ing money, because ordinarily It' re
sults In tho potatoos soiling for high
er prices later In tho season when
tho supply Is not so abundant as at
digging tlmo, Tho potatoes earn
dividends while In storage Just as
money In tho bank accumulates In
terest, If all tho potatoes wcro
sold Immediately after digging tho
prices would decline, duo to tho cx
cesslvo offerings on the market. This
Is why, storage Is popular. It per
mits of holding tho moro or less per
Ishablo potatoes In n salable condi
tion over ns long a period as is
economically doslrablo. Storago also
Insures n moro uniform market sup
ply throughout tho season.
Caro must bo exercised not to
storo potatoes In largo bulk whero
dovolopmcnt ofh Igh temperature is
deterioration will bo favored.
Specialists agrco that 3C degrees F.
Is gonorally low enough for practical
potato storage. A temperature of
io ocgrees k. is an satisfactory ex
cept whero dry powdery rot occurs.
Potatoos exposed to strong or oven
modorato light soon becomo damag
ed for food purposes. Exposuro of
potatoes intended for seed purposes
to modorato light If they aro kept
cool Is not Injurious.
Helntlvo to molsturo there should
ho sufficient molsturo in tho pota
to storngo to prevent tho wilting
of tho tubers yet maintaining a hu
midity content low chough to pre
vent deposit of molsturo on tho sur
face of potatoes. Humidity of 8G
to 00 percent Is suggested by ono
Investigator nnd n temperaturo of
33 dcgrccH to 35 degrees F. Itnpld
and oven distribution of nlr by
moans of air flues Is Important.
Storngo of tubers In largo bins or
Waists in n wonderful nssortjuent of fabrics,
colors and styles. Here you. will find your
Waist-inthe style you want-in the fabric
you want-at the price you wish to pay
Georgette and Crepe de Chine, in a full
$4.45, $4.95, $5.95
$6.95, $7.45, $8.45
$8.95, $9.95, 10.95
Just received another lot of Slipover, Sweat
ers. New colors. New styles. Come and
$5.95, $6.45, $7.45,
When its Waists and Sweaters, we Strive to
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September Mornings !
New Fall Wraps
that will keep you warm
Striking Models in the Season's
' Polo Cloth-Plushes :
You Mill save money by purchasing your .,.
Autumn Apparel at this store. h
$16.50 to $6S.OO
Everybody Knits with Minerva Yarns
complete stock of all shades.
55c per Ball
' PHOENIX SILK HOSE .
Stop and Shop it
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M AUUJUiouiMUYI UP. W
Quality Pioneers since 1911
THE WARNER COMPANY
piles Is hold to bo bad practice
When potatoes aro stored In a depth
of 10 or IS feet, tho pile being
corres pondlngly largo In other di
mensions violent sweating results.
Over heating may bo avoided by In
sorting division walls at Intervals
throughout the pilo.
Tho division walls mny consist of
2 by Inch uprights, on tho 2-Inch
face of which aro nailed Ti by 4
inch strips of any desired leugtli,
leaving n 1-Inch space botwoon each
strip. This provides a ventilated
partition, whlchycan bo of any helgth
nnd length desired. Hy placing
these in an upright position. 5 to C
feet apart as tho bin or storage
houso Is bolng filled good ventilation
will bo secured nnd nu easy nvenuo
of escape for both heat and molsturo
A light layer of straw on tho floor
over which potntoc? aro stored will
bo n great preservative aid. The
pllo will bo insulated against cold
nnd heat by covering the spuds with
alternate layers of straw soil. As
tho cooler weather sots In moro
straw and soli should bo added, Tho
straw should bo about six Inches
thick when compact und the final
layer of soil should bo six or eight
inches thick, depondlug on weather
scientists," says Dr. Copcland. "Wo
nro old fashioned horo. Wo do not
bellevo in closlns schools or
churches. Wo did everything un
conventional hero in 1918 and had
tho lowest death rato of all."
To prove that masks aro danger
ous Instead of healthful, Commis
sioner Copoland cites tho case of
San Francisco, which had n high
death rato, ho thinks because "tho
masks aro filthy, prevent tbAjPationt
from getting good air, and causa
him to ro-breatho bad breath."
"Abovo all, lot's not get excited,"
says Commissioner Copelnnd, who
advises ovcryono to do his utmost
to "keep his equanimity, '.piety ami
A systom of sheep farming that Is
to bo continuously successful can
not ignoro either wool or mutton. Jn
many cases tho two products will
bo worthy of equal constderntton. In
others cither ono mojr bo emphasized
nccordlng to tho pocullarltltw of con
ditions, managomont, and market
Edinburgh Landmark Gone.
An Interesting Ml of old Kdlnburgh,
dntliiK bnck about 1G00, hns been burn
ed. The destroyed building, which con
stMel of n slnule story nr.rt uttle. wns
one of the lnndmnrkx of tho Holyrood
urea. It Jis tho old Yew Trea tnvern,
and Mood Inside tho bounds of tho
Holyrood sanctuary for debtors, within
which. In days of yore, the fugitive
was free from the attentions of his
(Continued from Pago 1.)
day with soap and water."
Commissioner Copoland says thdro
is no cause for oxcltemont olnco tho
board of health la 'watching aymp
toms of Influehia 'tho.'. world over
and la cooparsttlrig with other
boards of health throughout Amur
lea, It Is also working on vac
Pen tablets 5c and 10c
Pencil tablets, special, 5c
., 5e and 10c
Spelling tablets 5c
Note books u,,-5c
Pencils lc, 5c, 10c
Prang paints -.20c, 05e
Crayons 5c and 10c
Pencil boxes, ink, pens
and. all needed for school
cines. , . ,v..
"Masks nro no good, It lias boon
demonstrated to tho satisfaction of