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Thiiroiluy, Muy 20, 1913
SOUTHERN OREGON MINER
IJTTI.E CHANGE IN MOTOR
VEilll I.E REGISTRATION
Motor vehicle registration
Oregon at the end of March
totaled 364,339 vehicles, compared
io 372,421 for the same period a
year ago, It was announced today
This figure represents a reduc
tion of but two percent under the
registration for the
th« first three
months of 1942 Registration of
passenger vehicles coming Into
this state from other «fates is re-
sponsible for the relatively small
change in registration this year.it
By Ruth Taylor
OF THE MARINE CORPS
WAS NEEDED AT HOME
BECAUSE OF SELIC Jf
ILLNESS IN HIS
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Miss Carrie May Smith Is
tert aiiiing several relatives
week, her father, Thomas
Smith of Portland; her sister. Mrs
tabuvnl iuta aliuphi «km lust Win. Specht of Silverton; and her
whl< h ahowa if alia Inta luherculoala sister and brother-in-law, Mr and
Mrs O. W. Goodadde of Portland
Mr Good side went on to San
Over there they pay wllh their Francisco on business anil will
lives Over here we are asked (o return the last part of the week.
buy War Bonds In the Second Wur
The Miner for Quality Printing
THE RED CROSS
HELPED ARRANGE TRANS
PORTATION AND AOVANC
ED THE COST OF THE TRIP
Glass Coffee Jars May
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ELECTED TO PHI BETA KAPPA
Frank P. King, of Ashland was
announced one of 28 University
seniors who have been chosen for
membership in the Oregon chapter
of Phi Beta Kappa, national hono
rary of liberal arts and sciences.
At a special ceremony May 15
the new members were iniated.
Mr. King stood at the top of the
list of new members. He is the son
of Mrs. Ruth E. King of Ashland.
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Approximately % of ail Mfe in
surance funds invested in the first
two months of this year went into
U. 8. or Canadian Government
bonds, as direct financing aid to
the war effort.
Many of the glass ’containers
that have replaced tin on the gro
cery shelves can be used fop home
canning this season even though
the tops are not the same size as
the common screwtop fruit jar.
according to word received by the
home economics extension division
at Oregon State College.
Most of the non-standard size
screwtop jars, such as those used
for most coffee brands, are now
made with a 2 *4-inch top. The
fruit jar manufacturing companies
are now making sealer disks that
will fit these and which can be
seeletl on by using the screwtop
George Washington threw a dol
lids that come on the original lar acros the Rappahanock. You
can send yours across the ocean
While these mey not yet be by buying Bonds in the Second ,
stocked in some stores, the Exten-1 War I»an campaign.
sk>n service, as well as moat deal-|
Ttie Second War Loan campaign
era, has been notified that they
will be available this season. Home gives you the chance of making
makers are being urged to save all your dollars fighting dollars.
of these scalable glass containers
Europe got it» bonds from Hit- (
as a means of increasing the
amount of home canning supplies ler. Over here we can get them
to handle the expected large home from Uncle Sam in the Second
food preservation program this War Loan drive.
A saving nation does not invite
While British highway deaths inflation. Get your money into
were 16 per cent lower in 1942 the Second War Loan drive.
than in 1939, 27% more children
G. S. Butler has returned from
died as a result of highway acci
dents. This should serve as a war his winter home at Cathedral City
ning to American parents not to California.
relax supervision in wartime.
The second front for the home
Men at the front must save our folks is here. It’s the Second War
country. We must save to keep Loan campaign. Get in step.
them fighting. Buy Government
THE MINER PRESS FOR
Securities in the Second War Loan
That means curtains to launder
and stretch, It means blankets
quilts, comforters, pillows, spreads
and rugs to clean.
They are all hard to wash well at
home. Let us relieve you of this
hard work. You will be pleased with
them when they come back from the
ASHLAND LAUNDRY COMPANY
Wirt M. Wright, Prop.
U. S. Trftorj
31 Water St
FRUIT TREES FOR HOME
The greatly Increased Interest in
food production has also
desirable fruit trees for the home
orchard, says Henry Hartman,
head of the horticultural depart
ment at Oregon State Colege, Cor-
Happy Indeed are those fortu-
nate people who live close to the
| land where they can watch and
I tend growing things. And doubly
fortunate are those witfh "green
fingers” who have a kinship with
the elements of nature, those at
To meet the demand for infor
whose touch the ear'h
mation, Professor Hartman has
wax one of Ju,t revised an earlier station clr-
them. Oive her a plot of ground cul*r ot Information. No. 308. en
no bigger than a pocket handker titled “Tree Fruits for the Home
chief and she smarted a garden Orchard,” in which he discusses
it was a haphazarded sort of af- v*rieties, planting, pollination, and
fair, tor her flowers bordered the related mat
vegetables and wherever there was choosing, varieties that have proved
a »(«are inch of earth she started their worth by actual test in
something growing. She was a Oregon, although at the same time
spendthrift of time and hospital- looklnK ahead as much as possible
ity, but a miser when it came to lo th* trend ln niost desired fruits,
buying anything she could grow.
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Her garden was also her joy and -NEED WOMEN PHARMACISTS
OREGON STATE COLLEGE -
her comfort, for she used to say
if you had a quick temper and An appeal to women high school
an impatient disposition there was graduates to consider pharmacy
no cure like a garden—you could as a profession has been issued by
watch all of life in it and you the Oregon State Pharmacentlcal
learned to wait patiently for the association in an attempt to fill
the many vacancies left since men
fruit of your handiwork.
This year we are urged to go pharmacists have been called to
back to the land, to start "Victory military service. The association
Gardens," to plant and tend and has issued a pamphlet entitled
harvest from our own soil the "For W'zmen Pharmacy Is an
fruit of the earth so that we may Ideal Vocation.” This pamphlet
ail be well fed. They did not call may be obtained either from the
them Victory Gardens in pioneer association office in the Morgan
days, nor in our grandparents' building, Portland, or from the
times. They were just part of the school of pharmacy at Corvalls.
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family task of earning a living I
back in the days when people lived ■ See us now for Automobile
as families, each member, adult Liability Insurance.
or child, contributing his or her Mrs. M. T. Bums—on the Plaza.
share to the common welfare. All
we are being asked to do now is immutable laws of nature fulfill
just what those before us did as ing the destiny of life itself. Let
us weed out our unreasoning ha
a ma'ter of course.
We must tend our gardens care treds and prejudices and throw
fully this year. But in our gar tJhern on the compost heap or
dens, both of |he soil and of life.1 bum them up. Let us grow only
we must take care to plant the those plants which nourish or give
right seeds. We must watch over beauty—and let us border our
them, watering with care, not gardens with the bright pinks of
washing out the young plants with ' friendliness, the fragrant migon-
floods of emotion nor letting them ette of understanding, the purple
damp out under the dank chill of pansies of thought/ u In ess.
indifference. We must weed out ]
And let us remember that a
the false growths, the tares that garden blooms not for one alone,
choke, the hateful smothering but for all. As Henry Van Dyke
things that suck the nourishment said, let us make a garden for
from the growing foods.
our kind feelings with the gate
In our gardens let us study the ever open to those who pass by.
OREGON MOTOR VEHICLE
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Financial Responsibility Law
FOR ARTHRITIS, NEURITIS, AND
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After 15 years on crutches
and cane, suffering from Rheu
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MRS. O. C. MOSER,
418 W. Main St., Silverton, Ore.
“Two years ago I was bed
fast with arthritis. After taking
seven bottles Casey Compound
I was entirely well. I cannot
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MRS. MONA PIERCE,
2066 N. W. Thurman, Street,
•'I was down five months with
neuritis and rheumatism and
was given up to die. Found
Uasey's Compound a life saver.
I cannot praise your compound
(Signed) Rev. W. T. Ford,
3726 S. E. Morrison St.
Sept 29. 1941
I have had Arthritis for over
six years. Used all kinds of
treatments and walked with a
cane until five weeks ago.
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