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THE CENTRAL POÌNT AMERICAN THURSDAY, JANUARY 7,1926
C O -O PE R ATIVE
M A R K E TIN G
a g r ic u l t u r a l .
center in the great
Valley and surrounded by the best
Orchards ia Oregon.
SENSELESS E X TR A V A G A N C E
PLANS BEING MADE
FOR H. S. BUILDING
President Coolidge believes that
The rather staggering
sum o f
Anchor. O itgoB .llw . 23— Accor the fanner la better able to bundle
$702,191.34 is on deposit in Los An
Great a-eas o f fine land at reasonable prices, available for
C. N. Freeman o f Salem, senior
ding to Dr. .Surah K. Greene and his err. business than anybody else. j
easful set.-m ent, under a 'as* variety o f conditions— that
geles banks, carried
in 47,461 member o f the firm o f architects,
E. H. Alford, principal* o f Indian’s As an .- xm ar I* he cites the growth :
message Or«^-*u has broadcasted to prospective h om eseek o'i
accounts by school children. This ^reeman A Struble, met with the
Pale Face Camp, a spiritualt*t colony o f cooperative marketing movement ;
I is the statement o f A. H. Thomas, local school board last Tuesday and
Proof of substantial acceptance o f our hearty invitation is
mile* which will show this year a turnover |
offered by thsqum quennial fanti report just published by the
Junior Vice-President, the Pacific presented plans fo r a high school
above Glendale, on upper Cow Creek, o f about two and one-half billion |
United States Census bureau.
Southwest Trust ar,d Savings Bank, building. Mr. Freeman has recently
a mighty earthquake ia to occur in dollars, or nearly one-fifth o f the
who is President o f the Los Angeles completed some fine school building*
Oregon is one o f the few states ta experience a d increase
San Franciaco, California, in Janu total agricultural business o f th e .
in farm acreage. A gain o f 5.702 farms is registered for the five
Banks’ School Savings Association. at Dallas and Cottage Grove, and at
ary 19*6, the tentative date i w thin country.
years from 1920 to 1925, the total farms fo r the state being 55,908.
The purpose o f this association is to Washougal. Wash.
great disaster having been set for
agaipst 50,200 in 1920.
That 'he g«»vernment may en
promote thrift and thrift education
As the board is consulting several
courage co. oerative marketing is
t o 8th.
Practically every community in the sti » is organized to aasure
in the public schools o f the city. othei achitects, Mr. Freeman’s plana
tn a letter from Dr. Greene an<i| shown both t v President Coolidge
incoming settlers a fair deal and a real opportunity for ssoccrk .
School banks in the United States were taxen under consideration but
Alford, they »ta t* that on Dec und Secretary J. rdlne. But the gov
Appraisal boards, county agents and bankers are o f inestimable
now have $25,913,513 on deposit, in not accepted at the present time.
assistance, but to them should not be left the whole respondbility
ember 8th, the Master o f the Spirit ernment's proper .'unction is not to
10,163 institutions, with 3,000,000
o f insuring permanent residence o f out aew farmers.
World revealed to thorn that in Jan engage directly i* co. oerative enter- |
children as depositors. They drew TEACH ES 20 Y E A R S
W IT H O U T
uary 1926, a mighty earthquake prist*, in buying anu veiling, fo ri
Among the strong impressions a settler receives, there are
$458,072 interest on their deposits
M ISSING A CLASS
none more lasting than his reactions to the courtesy and hospitality
would visit San Francisco and would that, as these authorities have I
during the past year. Such banks
of his neighbors. While this is true o f the farmer, many" more
of feet Los Angeles «id . San Diego. warned, w- ild be but a 'ortn o f gov
University o f Oregon, Jan. 6.—«
times does friendliness count with his wife.
Even a little socia
are now in operation in thirty-nine
Again on December 22nt!« this same ernment price fixing.
bility goes far to dispel tfc» sense of strangeness which comes from
Twenty years o f teaching without
spirit revealed to these that the date
being in a new landl
What the government can do eff- I
It is not necessary to make misers missing a class is the record o f Dr.
the disturbance would occur would ectively is to furnish the farmer with
Much importance attaches to the kindly attitude o f immediate
o f children but it is in their own Timothy Cloran, who has been in
he on January 8, W<1 tilat great fis uccurate and needed information on |
neighbors, but most significant ia the community hospitality.
best interest to discourage senseless the department o f Romance Lang
sures would, appear in the earth’s planting o f crops, in accordance with
extravagance, and encourage system uage faculty at the University fo r
This community 1* proving that it realizes this fact.
crust, which would, engulf many of national and world requirements; to
that length o f time.
die great buildings o f San Fhwtcisco. provide improved credit faculties as
Principals and teachers have co now knows Latin, Greek, Portuguese,
According to their communication, an aid to orderly marketing; and to
operated in this movement.
From German and French, Dr. Cloren says
the Mac ter o f the Spirit World'urges make available the facta the farmer OREGON MOTOR LICENSE
CO O PERATIO N IN S TE A D OF
June 22, 1923, to October 1, 1925, he hopes to be able to speak 12
Wtidg-epreati publicity, so ♦> ut all' may needs to guide him intelligently in
HIGHEST OF A N T STA TE
C O N FLIC T
Los Angeles school savings grew languages before he dies— “ just for
he warned o f tb i impending danger. an industry tha» i* related vitally to
1 the fun of it.’
from $232,541.55 to $702,191.34.
Salem. Ore-» Jan. <K— The State
Thousand* of lives will be lost in world condiHsni
The interrelation o f business and
o f Oregpn has the highest automo government is being more clearly
this mighty disturbance, according to a
FORMER TEACH ER H E R E
PROPER TAXES M EAN PER-
t*eir statement, and will also cause • ume ° f * « “ 1 it controls it ha* be tive license fee o f any st«»c in tha realized every day, president W.S.
M A N E N T LUMBER IND U STRY
great damage and loss o f life in Lor, come a marketing power, able to union, according to figures compiled Gifford, o f the American Telephone
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Harper, o f
prevent dum by W ill H. Marsh, chief o f the divi and Telegraph Company, told the
Angeles and San Diego,
Corvallis, spent last Saturday night
They also state ‘’That on the Oth ping. and stab lice prices. It ip am sion o f motor vehicles o f the state Investment Bankers Association at
legislation by the National
Lum visiting at the home o f Mr. and Mrs,
'thy o f January, Chicago a mil many illustration o f what co-operative ac o f California. California, by the its annual convention.
re W. C. Leever.
o f the larger cities o f the central tion may accomplish when there ia> way, has th* least o f any state, with
"N o t so long ago," Mr. Gifford
Mrs. Harper was formerly Miss
the District o f Columbia sating stated, “ the business world was opp
and eastern portions of ' the United real co-operation. .
Justa C. Pennington, and is well
States will suffer great loss o f pro
osed to any form o f government
known here, as she was a teacher in
One thing the variouafhrm organ
The average fee received by the regulation, but today it is felt that sions this year adopted seventy-one the school fo r two years.
perty and life by earthquakes visit-
important forestry laws, many o f
such regulation can be worked out
In the evening Mr. and Mrs. Lee
them dealing with fundamental prob
This, they say, is the beginning of" Mark « Agent, is that o f sysnetnutac stated. The sister state o f Oregon, with every prospect o f advantage."
ver entertained the following old-
Jtidgements occuring to the earth's marketing— they .to longer glut th » which tops th* list, receives an
Discussing employe and customer
time friends o f Mrs. Harper: Moore
ownership o f large utilities, he said:
inhabitants whose unholy acts and' market with shipments if they can average fee o f $24.90.
and Scott Hamilton, who were her
The averages are based on a sur “ With it would seem to go a change
conduct against humanity and their nrevenL This is |«rticularly notice
pupils; Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Ross;
creator have brought upon them able in the wheat trade. In former vey made by Marsh o f fees charged in relations between labor and cap
and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Henderson.
on all types o f motor vehicles in the ital. The old master and servant
Mr. and Mrs. Harper had been at
interest and is receiving the atten
-•That wars, pestilences and earth larger part o f grain to market as various states. California ««a cts a idea which almost necessarily exist
disturbances shall know no equal, scon as it was threshed, bug now an, flat fee Of $3 from owners o f pas ed when the owner was manager, is
Sunday morning to Corvallis.
sweeping folly two-thirds o f the pop orderly system is practiced: and. senger cars but *he ave.age is raised giving place to a system based more
j ment is being convented into forest
ulation o f our weald! front! titer f i e * steady shipments cover a much by weight fees charged on commer on the spirit o f cooperation than of
The Masons ai d Eastern Star met
ry as an industrial practice.
o f the earth. That the remnant shall
A system o f taxation must now be Wednesday night in the Masonic
The average in California will be
he saved and fed by mean* o f Wlrig- credit to carry us, as we have been
“ With the increased facilities for
out whereby growing timber hall for joint installation o f officers
less Vehicles o f the air, operated or able to do this year, we wiH not rush further reduced aezt year when an transportation and communication,
be so heavily taxed that all and a sumptuous banquet.
amendment to She law will become the entire country is becoming
the principle- o f the Planets and of
be taken from the har
power them the atmosphere oT won said one o f the eastern Oregon grow effective, permitting owners o f com rapidly homogeneous. The North,
A GOOD LESSON
vesting o f matured forests. Several
drous effect, all o f which shall be
states already have such a policy.
baaed on the remaining number of ing whatever peculiar and distinct
given at the psychological moments,
Newspaper comment, both in this
of the grower's hands.
B u t' wh~e Uiotiths o f th* yonr the Iléons* ta to ive qualities they had, and the
ia the beginning of the "N ew Age
c o u n try and G r e a t B rita in , has been
TH E HOMF. P A PE R B EST
country as a whole is becoming a
so long prophesied by Seer and. we cannot get credit, then we have run-
to the effect that within four years
no choice but to rush it in.” '
Sage" says Alford.
"Irreverent shears are never laid America will pay Great Britain
It Cost Him $20.00
COOLIDGE ON F A P M PRICES
upon the President’s home town $4,060,000.000 fo r rubber, at prices
Dr. Greene and Mr.-. A lfo rd in 191T'
FARM PO IN TERS
Guy Junke, proprietor o f a farm
paper. That is the greatest news fixed by the British rubber monop
gained considerable renown as med
Here are a few au,*gestions in
ers’ fruit and vegetable stand at
paper, the most important news oly. It is a good lesson fo r us as to
ium and' ihventory having been prin
96th and Stark Streets, Portland,was
the necessity o f protecting ourselves
ciple ih the invention o f a Hydro
The European fruit scale, lecanium, paper that comes to the White
arrested fo r failing to comply with American form er::
House, and the President wants it I against such foreign mcnopolies.
Multiple Compartment Press at Se
Adequate storage, necessary cred which attacks prune trees in Ore
the law in grading the potatoes and
During the World War. if It had
all."»—Tomahawk, Wisconsin, Lead
attle, Washington. The invention and'
stenciling the sacks ad potatoes sold it and orderly coop« rative market- gon, is controlled by spraying with er.
not been fo r our domeatic oeet sugar
financing o f this press, which is used*
to Portland fiimiliee.
He pleaded ing will ptace agriculture on a sound . u>i*cible oils when the tree^ are dor-
The population o f every city is industry, we would have been in
to compress paper pulp and metal
guilty and was fined $20 amkoata. business. No matter how diaguiaed, n** nL says the entomologist o f the largely made up o f men and women much the same position as to sugar.
filings, was alleged to have been dir-
State Market Agent Spence says the moment the government engages e*!*erim*nt station»
It is better to give reasonable pro
from small towns.
Many o f them
«•ted by a German professor, who
that when dealers openly violate the in buying and selling farm products, consisting o f 5 gallons o f oil to 100 are never weaned away from the old tection and encouragement to basic
at* that time had Been dead ovem 49ir
Even th* United
law, thinking that they can get by, it fixes prices.
home surroundings and they read American industries than to find our
A t the time o f this invent
then there is no other course than States is not trong enough to fix tree* as early as possible after the the home town paper from the first selves at the mercy o f a foreign
dun, the Seattle Post Intefligencer
The scale is
arrest and prosecution. Potato in prices which would constantly guar leaves have fallen.
paragraph to the last. That is the power when buying essential comm
gave widp publicity to this machine,
Fat mers are opp- 1 rendily recognised by the formation
spectors throughout tha state are an antee success.
reason the rural papers o f America odities. Sugar is even more import
Mr. A lfo rd was sued
cm the branches
the watch for violators and reporting used to subfitting their selves to can- : ° f
have such a for-reaching influence ant than rubber. The American
moneys tHat were alleged due his
trol o f a great price-fixing and which caunes smutting o f the fruit
the causes to the marftht agent.
in safe-guarding the ideals and tra people are the greatest sugar eaters
f or financing t h i s ma
The female adults
marketing bureaucracy. For a more and foliage.
Four Moro Prosecutions
o f our constitutional form of on earth and it forms part o f every
On complaint o f D. P. McElveny, orderly marketing calculated to sec are reddish brown, very convex,
meal o f everyAmerican family. For
Mr. A lfo rd says that the same deputy potato inspector for the Port ure better range o f prices th4 coop longer than wide, and about one- government and what it stands for.
that reason it is essential that our
Master that directed this invention land district, warrants were issued erative movement promises greatest eighth inch long. The winter is
domestic sugar industry be kept on
SO AK IN C THE W AG E EARNER
is the one who now warns them of from the district attorney’s office »access. To have agriculture pros- passed in the half grown stage.
a safe basis, which will prevent it
rib* impending danger in California, fo r A. L. Swaggert. a potato grower : Porous it must rest on an inde|ien-
It is a good plan in Oregon to use
from being crippled or destroyed by
and the East.
a chirk starting mash up to about
Tax eemption is clearly defeat foreign internats.
of Mortavi Ilk; H. Tokri, o f Trout-| dent basi*
This Master, they say, wishes it dale, grower: JVie Molinari, grow er
the fourth week. At the experiment ing its. aims by permitting individ
given out that the fnventon “ Power Portland ».'If be prosecuted fo r fa i FARMERS PR O FIT FROM RAD IO » ‘»Uon this starting mash is mixed uals to invest ir tax-exempt secur
TC RAFT BOOMINC
from the Atmosphere"' will be han lure to grade and stencil potatoes
! equal parts o f bran, shorts, and com- ities, thus escaping all federal taxes
ded down to mortal plane this win they sold. Thre o f them sold to the
A fter the chicks are ten
There are now same 553,000 ra meal.
“ Pep,” is the middle name o f our
ner at the above camp, through Dr; east side market, where state o ffic dio receiving sets on farms, co as- weeks o f age. the mash, which may those least sole to pay. Unearned
Sreene and Mr. Alfbed.— GTendale ials have repeatedly warned growers pared to 145,000 sets in 1923. Sec then be called a developing mash, income, which should bear the major local scout troop.
Last Tuesday evening was a very
that the law must be complied with. retary o f Agriculture Jardine. in his is mixed just the same as the start portion o f taxation is escaping, and
Sco“ t h,n: with ’fT°up*
qualifying fo r the various ranks in
S T A T E M A R K E T NEWS
instead o f eggs from 5 to 10 per an increasing burden thereby. This
Average number of
A N N U A L M EETING JACKSON
scoutcraft, first class scouts proving
C. E. Science. State Market Agent!
farms per county has increased fr o m lcent o t a T00«1 Trade o f meat scrap >» unfair, discriminatory, and un-
CO U NTY RED CROSS
their fitness fo r merit badges and
i f t v - o n e in
iot>3 to ta-»
showing proficiency in many lines.
B i« Co-Ops «-stive Ssct w «
The annual meeting o f the Jack- four in 1925. This increase o f over ible to obtain buttermilk tlrough-
Scoutmaster Ray Henderson clo.ed
Portland has the second
largest | son County Chapter o f the Ameri- three hundred per cent is evidence out the growing period, then 5 per I COSTLY T R A N S P O R T A T IO N
the hustling session with a "crazy
wool grading market in the United j can Red Cross, will be held at the that the framer appreciates the cent is sufficient. It is also advis-
States— only the Riston market is! Medford
Hotel in the smail dining I,roadcasting service provided for
A coolie, working a full, long day game” o f about five minutes dura
10 add an *dunl part o f ground
greater— and it has all grown out room bt 12:15 p. ns., Friday, Jan him.
with the other ingredients, to his utmost capacity, can carry tion. He caught the bunch at their
of a little co-operative
movement uary the 15th. Representatives and bought very good radio sets. Deal- ^ The sautll white
miller-lige in- one ton one mile, tor which he may best, called a meeting o f officers,
first and second class scouts and sent
started in Albany in 1921. It is a workers from the different commun ers in several parts o f the country **ct* found on house plants in Ore- receive twenty cents.
the tenderfeet o f f fo r home at 9 p.
remarkable demonstration o f co-op ities over the county are invited and say that radio sets worth from one I * on ar* controlled by spraying, says
And yet that isn’t "cheay labor,”
m., while plans were perfected fo r
erative effectiveness when well han urged to he present.
hundred twenty five dollars to fo u r; the entomologista o f the experiment even though he receives a starvation
B rief and concise reports o f th* hundred dollars, aell much more
This insect is known as wage. For it costs twenty cents a Dad’s Day. This will be next Tues
awy part o f the year’s work will be made and plans readily to farmers limn those cost- ¡
freeuhouae white fly. A , spray ton-mile. The railroads o f America, day evening, at which time a bunch
United States may come to the Pa Isid fo r the coming year, new o f ing under one hundred dollars.
consisting of whale oil soap 1 % electric or steam, paying trainmen o f tenderfeet will be ceremoniously
•ific Co-Oper ative
W ool Grower» ficers chosen and other necessary
“ Farmers have discovered they j uunc€s and water 1 gallon is satis up to ten dollars or more a day, initiated into ihe membership o f the
ia Part land and get just what they business transacted. This ha* been need good long-distance sets to get j f* ctory. This kills the insects by haul freight fo r less than a cent a biggest and best boys* organization
need at all times—the products are one o f the best years in the history weather and market report* and en- conUct *o several applications at tan-mile.
.’* grades, ready for them— and much o f the organisation. The outcome '.'•tainment they demand.
The "Am erican”
Many we* k,X intervals are necesaary.
Over-taxation that stops the dev
• f th* wool goes to the mills direct. o f the drive gives promise o f greater
It lias been found possible to dia- j elopment o f transportation, utilities, was assured that th.-r- were
farmers have more than saved the
It nloo has ware booses ia San Iran
efficiency fo r the coming year and price o f their radio sets by profit tinguish the sex o f the chicks at | machinery, improved factory fac- Tew accidents in these institutions;
risen and Boston, and its salesmen shows a fine spirit everywhere to
gained from use o f market infor time o f hatching, but the method i ¡lilies, or farms, all o f which are de that a competent doctor was usually
rover the New England states. The ward this county-arid* worthy benev
mation which is broadcasted.
ls a secret one which is used by P*nd«-nt upon the savings of yester on the ground ! i tak- rcre o f pat
organisation has over S.OliO menber* olent organization.
ients at once and in such a manner
. . . . .
i day. is coolie-ism in America.;
“ The scope o f radiophone weather
one o f the hatchery men in Petal- j
now a*d h handles between six end
that fow if any deaths resulted.
E. P. Lawrence. Secretary
service may be estimated when it ia
pounds o f wool per
J. C. Mann, President.
Corn -n isaioner Cook, o f
known that, for instance, in the state uma, California.v no is making
It covers Oregon. Washing
o f Iowa alone there are over 33,500 ‘ business o f selling day-old pullets stalled their officers fo r the coming * « l f ° r d . will he with our boys next
t a « . California. Idaho, and Nevada. !
The request for information con- receiving eels on farms. It is eotim- and also day-old cockerels, reports I year. A delicious dinner was served Tuesday and an e ffo rt will be made
R. A. Ward has
as-jeerning the University o f Oregon ated that weather forecasts are avail- ¡ the Oregon experiment station,
at noon ta the members and their to have all the fathers o f th* Reo uta
Ns saaall beginning f r o « lb* jo o geit distance comes from able by radio, to more than half a
A fte r the ceremonies re-
families. In the afternoon the o f ¡ present.
P M. Dnas o f Lhasa Villa, Darjeel million farms in the United Staten
Mr. Stallsworth met with a nar ficers were installed followed
by freahraenu will be
ing. India, who has asked for a pros
row escape from death a few days snort talks from our local pastors
pectus with a view to studying for
When you have any news items ago. having hi* clothing badly torn and visiting members from Medford.
tuple ar* suffering
a doctorate degree.
leali 3l.i. the Am erica«.
by a wikm I a * .
Everyone bod « good time.
with coiits th