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SOUTHERN OREGON MINER, Ashland, Oregon
YOU cun’t make footprints in th«
• ggHilg of time by sitting down.
“Pit ion" it what tome people think
they hate when they guett correvtiy.
A go getter is a person willing
Washington, D. C.
AID TO KIHS1A
to try anything twice.
It 1« now permissible to reveal
Most of us Huy that money will that several months ago about 300,-
not bring happineHS,
Then we 000 ton« of shipping were tied up In
druw a long breath and begin the Persian Gulf waiting to be un
chasing after money again.
TTilx represented ■ super attempt
Tbe darkest hour is never more to aid Russia, and although some
than 60 minutes.
■hip« were tied up for weeks, it was
IP hut tome motorUti don't know about not the fault of the War Shipping
administration or the army. This
driving would till a liotpiltl.
Practice makes perfect—If you was an attempt to show good faith
to Russia when «he was under ter
practice what you preach.
rific siege, when the battle of Stalin
grad was In the balance.
Whalen Once on Land
In some cases ships rode at an
chor 50 and 80 days In the Gulf of
Whales once lived on land, it Persia, waiting to unload, their
is estimated thut 100,000,000 years crews Idle.
elupsed before they ehungrd from i Basic reason for this delay Is that
land animals to murine animulx. port facilities along the Gulf of Per
Whales und their cousins—por sia are backward if not medieval.
poises and dolphins—are the only Therfc were no modern docks or
species of mammuls that bear and cranes, and to unload locomotives
without cranes Is almost Impossible.
rear their young in the water.
Alsu the railroad running north from
Ration Joke 999
Basra to the Caucasus la a mean
Mr. Jones—I drink a cup of hot dering affair, never completely fln-
water every morning.
• I shed, originally built to reach the
Mr Smith-So do I, but my wife
Shah’s hunting lodge rather than
calls it coffee.
port facilities on the Caspian.
Very little had been done by the
British to improve this line, until
Teacher—If 1 saw a man beating a
American engineers got busy. Even
donkey and 1 stopped him, what vir before Pearl Harbor, when we first
tue would I be displaying?
started sending aid to Russia, Amer
ican railroad men were rushed to
Basra. But it was a tough job. and
was still unfinished last fall and
In ■ London suburb, a large fac summer. At that time the Nezls
tory making electrical equipment were knocking our Murmansk con-
for aircraft is only 40 feet wide | voys off Norway Into smithereens.
but seven miles long. It occupies So, to keep faith with Russia, ships
an unused subway.
were piled into the Gulf of Persia.
Today the situation, though still
difficult. Is greatly improved.
fact, hard-hitting Lew Douglas, dy
namo of the War Shipping adminis
tration, has pepped up unloading fa
cilities In India, South Africa and
other bad bottlenecks where previ
ously U. S. ships had to wait three
and four weeks to unload.
Relieves pain and soreness
And Your Strength and
Energy la Below Par
It may bo eauaed by dlaorder of kid
ney tunctlnn that permit« polaonous
wait« to accumulate. Fur truly many
people feel tired, weak and mlaarablo
when the kidney« fall to remove »areas
aclda and other waalo matter iron the
You may auffar nanln« backache,
rheumatic pain«, headarhra, dlxaineas.
eetllnr up night«, l»4t paina, «welling,
nomatime« frequent and acanty urina
tion with »marling and burning 1» an
other algn that aomethlng la wrong with
the kidney« or bladder.
There anould lx no doubt that prompt
treatment in wlaer than neglect. UM
Doan't Pille. It la better to rely on ■
medicine that haa won countrywide ap-
Eroval than on aomathlng lean favorably
nown. Doan't have been tried and mat
ed many years. Are at all drug »Cores.
Get Doane today.
D oans P ills
Freshman Rep. Charles E. Mc-
Kcnzie of Louisiana expected to get
a first-hand report on the war in the
Far East when he shook hands with
his most distinguished constituent,
Gen. Claire Chennault, leader of
American forces in China, who is
visiting in the United States.
But the “Fighting Tiger” almost
“How's farming down home? I can’t
wait to get back to my plantation.”
McKenzie replied that he had just
returned from Louisiana, that farm
ers in his district were doing "very
well” considering the shortage of
labor and machinery.
“Did you see my place in Concor
dia Parish?” asked Chennault anx-
“You bet. General,” replied Me-
Kenzie, “and I can report that it is
one of the most beautiful and best
regulated plantations in Louisiana.
I’d like to live there myself, on the
banks of Lake St. John.”
Note: While Chennault is at war,
his Louisiana farm is being man
aged by his wife and children.
She was peeved and called
Not because he went and kr.
But because before
She opened the door
This same Mr. kr. sr.
On the witness stand in court the
witness was asked to tell about his
right,” he said, “but they always
want to live with me.”
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VOUNGSTERS will look as pret-
1 ty and graceful as a ballet
dancer in this fetching dress. The
heart shape of the neckline which
is repeated at the waist, is a dar
ling idea and the profuse use of
ric-rac is certain to delight the
^EVER a worrisome moment
• about your looks when you’re
wearing this flattering princess
WORRIED OVER RAILROADS
Certain Washington official« ac
• • •
quainted with railroad operation are
worried about temporary break
down« of the tran«portation system,
and conaequent serious delay« in
moving war material«
While it 1« admitted that the rail
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road« are doing a “grand job,”
there Is no overlooking the fact that
the burden la proving too heavy.
Happiness ns Y on Travel
Moat «erioua Is the «ituation in
Happiness is not a station you
westward freight traffic. The coun
arrive nt, but a manner of travel
try'« railroad« were built with the
ing.—Margaret Lee Runbeek.
Idea of moving traffic eastward, with
bigger faciltie« ai traffic move«
eaat. But today, with a Pacific war
to aupply, the westward movement
la greater than ever.
Breakdown« have occurred on sin
gle-track western line«, requiring re
routing in a circuitous manner, with
delays of days and weeks in tome
cases. A transcontinental freight
movement which once was accom
Fixed Price for Wife
plished in five days is now requiring
In Liberia, the black republic in ten and fifteen.
West Africa, the price of a wife is
The remedy seems to be an in
fixed at $60.
crease in the centralized control of
traffic. This smells like government
operation, from the railroads' point
of view, and they shy away from
ZYOU WOMEN WHO SUFFER FROMx»
it But officials in ODT who have
no railroad connections regard such
control as necessary for the war-
If you autTar from hot Caahr«. rtuzl-
Note: Hie burden for meeting
nnia, dutrraa o' "Irrr^ul»rille«", are
weak, nerroua. Irritable, blue at
these problems falls on the shoulders
times—due to the functional
of V. V. Boatner, director of the di-,
“mlddle-ase'* period in a woman's
life- try Lydia K Pinkham's Vege
vision of rnilroad transport in the
table Compound- the beet-known
ODT Boutncr has now shifted to a
medicine you can buy today that'a
“without compensation" basis so he
m.uln rapeciolly /or women.
Pinkham's Compound has helped
can act as consultant for the rail-
thounsnds u|x>n thousands of wom
roads and be paid by them, while
en to relieve such annoying symp
still officially working for the gov-
toms Follow label directions. Pink
ham's Compound is worth trying/
l.ieut.— I)id you shale thit morning?
I’ i t Yet. tir
l.ieut. — U hat did you uta—your
Pit.—No, tir, Pio loti my knife, to
I uted my tutor.
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SEWING CIKCIJt PATTERN DEPT.
14S New Montgomery Streel
Enclose 20 cents io coins for each
When the word went out that
soldiers overseas wanted pack
ages from home—the response was
so overwhelming that Uncle Sam
reluctantly had to call a halt. To
day, due to shipping space, there
are Post Office restrictions on
packages to overseas Army men—
but you can still send packages
to soldiers in the U. S., and to
Sailors, Marines, and Coast
Guardsmen wherever they are.
When you do, remember—one of
their favorite gifts is cigarettes,
and the favorite brand is CameL
Sales records in Post Exchanges
| and Canteens show that Camel
is first choice with men in all the
services. So send him that carton
of Camels today.—Adv.
Pattern No. 8358 is in size« 2. 3. 4, 5
and 8 years
Size 3 takes 1% yards 35-
Inch material, 12 yards ric-rac required
Due to an unusually large demand and
current war conditions, slightly more Ume
is required in filling orders for a tew of
the most popular pattern numbers.
Send your order to:
Pattern No. 8380 is in sizes M. 38. 38.
40. 42. 44. 46 and 48 Size 36 takes, with
short aleeves, 4‘, yards 35 inch material
3 yards ric-rac.
Mrs. Green — Dinah, did
change the table napkins?
Dinah—Yes'm, I shuffled
and dealt ’em out so’s no one would
get the same one they had for the
Jupiter's diameter is 11 times
that of the earth.
The anarmieat acaaoning known, and
the world's most widely distributed
food product! A dash of this piquant
saucs gives a rare flavor to any food.
TABASCO — th« seasoning secret of
master chefs for mars than 75 years!
TO ALL GROWERS WHO
HAVE NOT SOLD
w» offer our services In handling
tinder the governmx/tt
program all wool» must ba appraised
by U.S. Appralaara.
Ship your wool to us and
full UH. <Jov>rnmant calling ortoas
I ms actual markatlng coat fixed by tha
govarnment No lot la too larga or
too Btrmli for our individual atten
If requested will make oaah advanoe
of 75% upon delivery of clip.
your wool to ua and receive prompt
appraisal and save country charge«.
»Oin*MD HIDH AITS WOOZ.
1313 3T.W. Johnson Htxsst
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Something to Cry A bent!
A an tie—What's the matter. Tom
Tom—Ma's gone and drowned all
Auntie—Oh, that’s too bad.
Tom—Teh, she promised me I
could do it.
Know Your Batter!
Harry—If the back end of a Billy
goat was in Minnesota and the front
end was In Iowa, in what state would
you milk it?
Jerry—No state. A Billy goat
Rest in Peace
Johnny—Mom, what will become
of all those flowers on the altar?
Mother—They will be given to
those who are sick at the close of
MEAT PATTIES WITH
MEAT GO FURTHER
Are you looking for ways to "stretch
the meat supply"? Then try thia won
derful recipe for All-Bran Meat Pat
ties! They are made with famouo
kdj -OCC' s all - bxax — which adds a de
licious crunchy texture to the dish
with all the valuable vitamins, milk
er a Is. proteins and carbohydrates or
dinarily found in ALL-MAX.
Kellogg’s All-Bran Meat Patties
A General Quiz
chopped parMcy J
1 cup milk
M cup cataup
1 cup Kellogg'«
1 pound ground beef
2 teaspoons salt
1. Are American soldiers bigger
than they were in World War I?
2. Were any Presidents of the
United States baldheaded?
3. What speed does the swing of
a pugilist attain?
4. What is a “Blue Ox”?
5. What possession of the United
States borders on two oceans?
6. If your ring is stamped 18K,
how much gold does it contain?
7. What is a shibboleth?
8. Which is the world's largest
Beat egg slightly, add salt, pepper,
onion, parsley, milk, catsup ana
All-Bran. Let soak until most of mois
ture is taken up. Add beef and mix
thoroughly. Shape Into 12 patties.
Bake in hot oven'(450°?.) about 30
minutes or broil about 20 minutes.
Yield: 8 servings (12 2% inch patties).
Money for Clay
Earning money isn't enough. It
only buys some of the clay with
which we mould our lives.—Fay
1. Yes. They average two Inches
taller and are 14 pounds heavier.
2. The only baldheaded Presi
dent of the United States was John
3. A device that times a pugil
ist's swing shows that the fastest
punch of most heavyweight boxers
attains a speed of 40 miles an hour.
4. Our fliers call the Norden
bombsight, the secret device that
allows them to do uncanny preci
sion bombing, the “Blue Ox.”
5. Alaska (on the Pacific and
6. An 18K ring contains 75 per
cent of gold.
7. A pct phrase or watchword.
8. St. Peter’s in Rome.
Delicious Rice Krispies
are ready instantly.
Hear them snap! crack
le! pop! in milk. Lots of
crispness—lots of pro
tein there! They're
restored to whole
grain food values in
thiamin (Vitamin Bi),
niacin, and iron.
RE LI EVE the stinging itch—allay
• irritation, and thus quicken healing
Begin to use soothing Resinol today.
‘Moo’ and ’Squeal*
In army slang “moo” is milk and
squeal” is pork.
SLOW YOU UP
IN THE TANK
ME- THEY VE
GOT WHAT IT
MILDNESS. I VE
for unarmored trucks
for shifting gears too often
• When bowel« are sluggish and yow
feel irritable, headachy, do aa millions
do — chew FEEN-A-MINT, the modern
chawing-gum laxative. Simply chew
FEEN-A-MINT before you go to be<L
taking only in accordance with package
direction» — aleep without being dis
turbed. Next morning gentle, thorough
relief, helping you feel awell again. Try
FEEN-A-MINT. Taatea good, ia handy
and economical.A generoua family aupply
The carpet in the state depart
ment reception room, where Secre
tary Hull holds press conferences,
is bordered with swastikas.
C. William B. Lewis, chief of OWI's
radio bureau, resented “Time's"
calling him “smooth, dapper,” and
one of the “soap salesmen” in OWI.
He called “Time’s” Washington bu
reau threatening to write letters of
protest to important people. “Write
one to us,” said Felix Belair Jr.,
head of the bureau, “if lt'a good,
we’ll print it.”
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