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OURIST TRADE HINDERED BY
STATE F. OF L
LACK OF ROAD IMPROVEMENT
nn.vi) mjiJiETW, iiend, okwjon, tiiuiwday, ootohkr hi, 1010
PORTLAND, Ore., Ocl. JO.
I'OIII'lMtH ,vll(t IlllVU planned (o outer
Oregon from tlm south, urn turnlni;
Jxick into iMIIfoi-nlii wlmn tlmy find
KJIuit tho loin: delayed highway from
W'lw Hallos to tlm California lino Im
rxtlll it thliu: of Urn future, Hint tlm
s'uto highway coimiiiImhIoii has iih
vnt put no vIhiiIiIo iiutrk on tlm con-
tint pint of tlm stale, mill t lift t ii
largo iiilli'iutu lintwt'uii hero aiul
Jluml In measured along road tho
rondltloii of which uctit' iih n power
fill deterrent to tlm traveller.
J nut tlm other day a letter from
Klamath Fnlln slate three parties
iiutdo Inquiry nt odd of tho Klnimith
Fulls hotels. Tlmy wanted to coino
North, Tlmy hud plenty of money to
upend and wuro hniil on spending It
on n trip that tlmy know would rival
fciiy In tlm Wont f i oni a hcoiiIc stnnd-
rmlnl and Hint would load thorn by
trout brooks and throtiKli hunting
preserves looming with find nnd
game. And they wantod to soo tm
Oregon country that Ilea to tho east
of tlm Cnnid"fl nnd then turn down
tho Columbia to Portland to travel
back to California ovor tlm pave
nmiitH of tho Pacific highway.
"l might nay that throe parties nro
standing at tlm desk linking about
tlm roads nortli and If thoy can go
down thu Columbia rlvnr nnd back
through tlm Wlllatnottti vnlloy,"
roadn Dm letter from Klamath .
"Tlmy nro Stanley Dollar and fam
ily, J. M. llottH and family and If. A.
Forbes and family. They havo with
tlmm In nddltloii to tlmlr tottrJitfC.
cars a baggage outfit to transport
tliolr trunks and grip Thin party In
now plannliiK to go back v I m 1 1 Look
out Hiixnuvlllc, Kacrauiuuto and on
to tho ally. Dollar, an you know, In
with tlm Dollar Hlomshlp lines. Tho
othor men nro nhlpbiilldorn who havo
plenty of money to npond.
"Ho you mm what Oregon In miss
Iiik In Just thin oim parly from tho
ntandpolnl of patronage, and what
Oregon could havo had thin summer
If wo had thu roadn."
Tho writer han boon observant and oasis.
fdiirlui: tho HUiuuiei- kopt chock of
tourlnt travel Hint turned Mouth from.
Crater lako and Kavo up thu trip all
wantod to tako, It In an Indication
that whou good roadn nro put In up
through Central Oregon thoy should
bo built hoaVy onough and wide
enough to hiindlo largo traffic, for
thorn will bo a runh of tourlntn In
heavy and lli'.ht cam that will break
down anything .but a flrnt rato rond
and overthrow anything but a broad
Thorn aro hoard somo arKumcntn
to tlm effect that with it rond up
through tlm central part of tho statu
Mufflclonl to hand In tho tourlit traf
fic that wautn to tnnko the' trip,
thoro would not bo hotnl nccommodn
lions to earn for tlm tourlntn, Thin
In boiled by factn and given llttlo
conNldoratloii to tho capital ready to
back hotol men In enlarging tliolr
quartern, whou expansion li found
George L, Itnuch, n Portland at
torney, chairman of tlm homo In
dustries comuiltto of tho Portland
Ad club recently returned from n
trip through Coiitral Oregon
country and ban thin to nay about ac
commodation ut Ilond:
"Tho Pilot Mtitto Inn, Which Jrvln
Cobb nayn In tlm fluent hotel In any
nmull town lit tho United States,
nuroly gives tlm tourlnt a hearty wel
come and comfnrtabln service. Tho
visitor from thu hot flat pinion of tlm
Middle Wont In grouted In tho morn
Iiik at break f ant with n wldo expanse
of nuow capped peakn, and from tho
I'.rout plato glass windows In tlm
dining room, ran look upon tlm cool
loftiness of Thu Hlstors, Tho Ilacho
lor, Old Ilrokou Top, or Mount Wash
"Jlond In ono city which li pro
parod and In entertalnli; her guests.
"Fred Flnhor, who rutin tho brick
hotel In Madran, maintain a flno
establishment. It In it long rldu from
Tlm Dalle to Ilond ovor u virtual
desert. Madran, with Km excellent
hotol, make a very convenient
Laud ami Iahor I'liity Endorsed by
Delegate In Closing Session
Employment Insurance llcso
tut Iota Reform! to lloiud.
WORK DUHIMJ WAR AM) AT
PRESENT TIM I. TO ITHTHEK
CAUSE OF AMERICANISM IS
DWELT ON IIV SPlLKElt.
llrlofly touching upon tho hlntoiv
nt Columbus Day, thu pro-war woik
ititd tho war work of tho Knights
of Coltimbun of America, nppoallng
to bin uudlouco to nupporl tlm post
war work or tho lodge, whl.'li or
ganlzod a groat campaign to -ilit tho
fnturnod noldlor and nnllor, Thomas
O. Ilynu, of Portland, a prominent
K. C, nddresitcd a well filled lio.ino
Htinday at tho II. A. A. C. gym
ntfslum, tho occanlou bolnic In coin
brat Ion of Columbtin Day, Mr. Itynn
ritruck tho koy nolo when ho n.tld
that tho Knlghtn of Columbun In pro-
omlontly an American Institution
and will fight uucoanlngly for tho
proMorvatlon.of Amorlcun In'i.ltM
IIoiih, doing all In ltn power to urb
tho nlnlntor forcon at work to unilor
Dan ICollahor, Intlmntoly anno
elated with tho war work or tho
KnlghtR or Columbus In Portland
und Oregon npoko briefly upon the
work thnt hn boon nccomplUhod
ly tho order during tho war and
outlined tho propmod program of
umploymont and education for tho
futuro of tho roturnud eorvlco men
who noodud nnnlHtnnco.
Tho progrum of tho ovonliift con-
rlhtnd of nolactlonn by tho Intporlnl
Malo Qunrlotto, ,Mrn. W. A. Wni:
nor nnd Mm. Anhloy Forrest.
Tho cream Hopnrutor nhould bo
thoroughly wnnhod nnd Htorlllzod af
ter onch tlmo it lu UBud. Partlclon
of milk or crunm luft In tho Bopnrn
tor net an n "Hturtor" to haaton tho
louring or tho creutn.
Put It In "TIIH ItUUjKTIN,"
Onco mora tho children aro back
In nchoot nnd tlm Utile of preparing
an appetizing banket lunch In their
tuothor'n every Mchool day, Tho pro
blem In to mnko a real contribution
to tho food which the children re
quire to meet tho ncedn of their
growing bod lew nod nctlvo bralnn, to
nntlnfy tliolr appetites, nnd to keep
thorn In health. It doon not necen
mtrlly mean expeunlvo food- or tho
oxpondlturo or great errort on tho
part or thono. who rill tho lunch ban
ket. Homo ecoiiomlcn npcelnlUtn
havo made n ntudy or thin quentlon
and havo plainly not forth noino In
tnrentlug facta In Farmcrn IJullotln
712, ".School LunchcH." which In
available for dlntrlbutlou nnd can bo
obtained freo. no long nn, tho supply
Innts, by application to llio L'nltcd
Stati'H Dopartmont or Agrlculturo,
Wanblngton, D, C,
Tho following Huggentlonn nro
nmong thonu made in thin bullotln
for woll-bnlnncod nchool lunchen.
1. Handwlchon with sliced tender
meat for rilling, bnked npplo, cook
ies or n row lumps or nugar.
2, Hltcon of inent lonf or boan
loaf, bread-and-butter sandwiches,
stowed fruit and fronted cako,
3, Crlnp rolln, hollowod out nnd
filled with chopped meats or fish,
rnolntonod and sensonod or mlxod
with salad dronslng; orange, npplo, a
mixture or sliced rrultn, or berries;
4, Lettucn or celery sandwiches,
cup cuntnrd, Jolly nnndwlchcs.
0, Cottngo cIiooho nnd chopped
green popper sandwiches or it pot or
eronhi chooso with bread-and-butter
uaudwiches, peanut sandwiches, fruit
0. Hnrd-bollod oggs, crisp bak-Ing-powdor
blscultH, celory or rad
IhIioh, browu-sugnr or mnplo-sugur
7. rtottlo of milk, thin corn bread
nnd butter, dnton, npplo,
8, Hulnlu or nut, brond with but
ter, choose, orango, mnplo sugar.
,9. Iluked bean nnd loUuco sand
wlchoj), npplo flauco. awoot choco
Following tho conclusion of a
convention which lasted through thu
entire week, tho lant or the dele
gates to tho Htnto Federation or La
bor convention left horo flaturdny to
return to their homos In the various
cities or tbn ntato. With t,hrce roun
Ing cheers for Ilond nnd three more
for La Orando, tho not place or
mooting, tho final nenslou broke up
Into Katurday afternoon, Tho con
vention was referred to by President
Otto Ilarlwlg, lu his cloning address,
nn tho tnont succcsnrul over hold In
tho history or orgnnlzed labor In
Oregon, and called especial nttontlon
to tho fact that throughout tho six
dally nosnlons held last week, It had
been found unnecessary nt any tlmo
to appoint a Hergcaut at arms In
Hnvoral hours of Baturdny worn
used In thu dl-cunston or tho reso
lution for it "land and labor
party." A majority repoit handed In
by tho resolutions commlttoo nskod
that tho matter bo left to a ntato con
vention of labor and farming repres
entatives which will bo called early
lu tho year, while a minority report
had nn Its object putting thu conven
tion on record us endorsing tho pro
poned political party, while leaving
Its organization to tho January con
vention. F. K. Coulter, of Portland,
wns the principle speaker for tho
minority report, urging that tho con
vention should not Ignore tho op
portunity or Initiating a movement
which, bo declared, will spread over
tho entire nation. An overwhelming
vote favored Indorsement of tho new
Kmplojinnit Illll Iteferrr!.
To provide for tho proper nduilnls-
trntlon or funds for tho aid or strikes
and othor labor movements In which
help may bo required from organiza
tions otttsldo the particular local In
volved, n resolution Introduced by I.
V. McAdoo, of Ilond, favoring tho In
corporation or n national financing
committee, was carried unanimously.
Shortly after, the executive board re
ported on a deferred resolution in re
gard to tho Crown nnd (loldcn Itod
mills or Portland, und tho delegates
endorsed tho recommendations thnt
tho companies concerned bo placed on
tho unfair list. ,
A preliminary draft of tho pro
posed constitutional amendment to
Insure omployntont for citizens of
Oregon, was roportcd out of com
mittee, nnd nfter lengthy discussion
was roforred to tho executive 'board,
lu order that changes might bo made,
ir deemed ndvlsablo, before tho mea
sure Is Initiated.
A feature In connection with the
ntnglng of tho convention hero wan
tho dally publication of tho I.nbor
Ilendor, usually n weekly, which ap
peared every morning giving full
details of tho ntato labor meeting.
Tho Ilendor Is edited toy I. V. Mc
Adoo, nnd In printed In Tho IJullo
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homo or Joyce Hnzelton Inst Thurn-
dny to discuss plans for a Hallo
A choir Is being organized under
tho supervision of Mr! Paul Irving
for tho M. K. Church. Quito a live
ly interest Is taken In this work, as
It hns been somo tlmo since there
has been a choir nt this church.
Kverythlng is In preparation, for
tho Redmond Potato Show. The
stalls for tho livestock exhibits nro
nearly completed nnd tho hall Is be
ing arrnnxed for the farm exhibits.
Last, but not least, tho concession
pooplo have nil arrived nnd nro put
ting up their various places of busi
ness. From present Indications the
fair this year will surpass all former
fairs ovor held in Hcdmond.
Miss Hazel Wright entortalncd the
members or tho W. W. O. nt her homo
Inst Tuesday night.
.Mr 0. L. Hum of Jacobs. Malcom
& Ilurtt, San Francisco was In town
tho first of tho week looking over
potato prospects In tho county.
Misses Hazel Randolph and Frieda
Huckley went to Ilond Saturday night
to do somo shopping. They returned
Sell your ooultry through Uullc-tlii
Value anil Methods of LVlng Home
Paper to Sl! Surplus l'roduco
Announced for .Farm AVcek.
TOMATO KS KAHILY CAX.VKD.
Only red, ripe, round tomatoes
should bo picked from the vine for
canning, rather than partly green
ones thnt may be left standing sev
eral days to "ripen," say tho Ore
gon Agricultural college cookery
specialists. The tomato docs not
develop Its characteristic flavor after
being picked. Scald, cold dip, peel
nnd pack Into sterilized Jars, either
whole or In largo pieces. Kill to
within one-fourth Inch of top with
thick tomato sauce. This helps to
keep tho tomatoes whole, plump and
or good color. Tho nauco may be
used later for soups and tho toma
toes for salads. To each pint Jar add
one-half teaspoon salt and ono ton
spoon or more or sugar. Sterilize
ror 22 minutes in hot water bath.
Six pounds tomatoes, six of apples
and nine of sugar are used with a
SO cent Jar of preserved ginger to
make tomato-apple marmalade, by O.
A. C. cookery specialists. Cook the
tomato soft and put through strain
er. Cook tho apples as for sauco.
Boll tomatoes, apples and sugar to
consistency of jam, adding ginger
Just beforo taking from fire. This
will mnko 12 pints ot delicious
PllKSEUVK KXTltA TOMATOES.
Roll 6 pounds sugar, 2 quarts
water, one-half lemon, one-half
ounco cinnamon nr,d one-fourth
ounce ginger for IS minutes, then
ndd four pounds tomatoes gradually
and cook till bright and clear. Stir
occasionally to prevent burning.
Cook rapidly to keep the color right.
Allow to cool before packing. -O A.
Havo unytltlnK you want quickly
Ilullethi classified nds vl!l get It.
(Continued from Pago
Girls Ladies Women
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mild, plonsnnt. cortnlnHo thoroughly demising nnd purifying
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OWL PHARMACY .
Ing In tho orrice or tho County Agent
Inst Saturday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Houk accom
panied by Mrs. Roy Shnw nnd Law
ronco woro shopping lu Rond, Tues
Tho Redmond Spokesman has ro
contly purchased tlio building on tho
southwest comer or block 30, und la
having tho Interior remodeled to ac
comodate tho machlnory.
Tho high school root ball team
plnyod tho town tonm Inst week, and
although this was tho high school's
rirst gnmo thoy loft tho town team
bohlnd. A real gnmo U schodulod
bptwoon Rodmond nnd RJnd for Sat
urday nttornnon. und it Is oxnoctcd to
bo quite it hard fought cpntost.
Mrs, R. A, Koudall outortnlnod tho
Juniper Litnrnry club ut hor homo,
Inst Wednosdny afternoon. A very
ontertalulng preliminary wns glvon
by Mrs. A. Wright, rollowod by a
tnlk on "Russln Political nnd Ro
HrIoub," by Mro. Donton Burdlck. A
dollclous luncheon wan then served
by tho hostess, assisted by Mrs, Al
bort Mohlor. Tho noxt mooting will
bo held at tho homo of Mrs, Cllno on
Horn Mondny night, to Mr, nnd
Mrs. H, A. Wimp, a daughter.
Miss Viola Brown roturued to
Rond last week, and hor plnco In tho
Trl-Stnto is being filled by Mrs, Wur
Miss Gladys Smith left enrlr last
weok ror Kugono, whero she will nt-
OREGON AGRICULTURAL COL
LEGE, CORVALIS, Oct. 10. A
short courso on using tho 'tomo
nowspnper to sell surplus farm pro
duce will be offered formors attend
ing fnrmers week nt the college, Do:.
29,-Jutt. 3, by 0. J. Mcintosh, tanner,
tarm writer and ex-newspaper man.
"I hnvo known farmers to pay a
local commission man J 60 to sell
100 tons ot alfalfa nt 120 ,i ton,
when'thoy could hnvo sold it by pay
ing thu editor a dollar," said Mr.
Mcintosh In announcing tho cotiisc,
"Thoy could havo kemt tho oxtra $49,
credited It to tho buyer or spill It
with him. I nskod why not ndvor
tlso nnd sell direct, and they said,
Why, I never thought of it.'
"Not only tho ndvantngo but tho
method of using tho homo pnper will
bo consldorcd. Tho success of tho
ndvortlsemont deponds on tho fucts
soloctod for announcement, tho form
lu which thoy nro stated, nnd tho re
putation of tho advertiser. All of
those oxcopt tho Inst will bo ox
plnned nnd so far as possible
Specimen advertisements that
havo boon buslnoss-gottera with ro
nulla nro wantod for this courso.
Using tho homo press is not only
profltnblo business but sound publto
policy ns well, Mr, Mcintosh as
sorts. Those pnpers help fnrm pro
duction by running mnny n farm
story thnt onnblos tho farmer to In-
cronse or protect his crons. nnd nr
tenxl!i "ni:e.lB".,..t My ont,t,J to a sharo of the paid
tho M. H. Sunday school met T nl ; tho news matter-advertising,
They can be of real
value to every farmer:
Will help you to Bell your stock.
Will help you to sell your farm.
Will help you to purchase a farm. ,
Will help you to leaso mora land.,,
WANT ADS J
Will help you to obtain livestock '
Will aid you In obtaining help.,
Tho Classified Advertisement column-lu
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