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Ionb, Okeoon, MARCH 1, 1916
day At Depth
" Nichoaon & Bufllngton'i well
rig in charsce of Everett Ritchie
' -working on the Chaa Reed, place
got fine flow of water at 208
- feet, after 16 days drilling. This
". . well was finished up during the
week, the ranch is owned by
Chaa Reed A -son: c
' Frank Calkins Durchaaed 6
- head cows 17 head ef hogs from
: . T. B.Buffington, this week v
r : Of course your Willie has -high
; '' ideals, but has he a aingle prac
ticalideaT .. . :j
A- " v -X
V Rev. Starkey filled the pulpit
" n the Baptist Church last Sun
: day. - . -'rJ.
i 'i - Even If you can't keep, your
; '" money in your own- possession,
. at least keep it in this town, v
It costs from $1 to S5 to see a
good show.. And it costs noth
ing to hear a better sermon r-ght
in this town. Trot along I . . ,
Joe C opart left Sunday on the
- Art Crawford was down from
Heppner Friday evening, with
the ball players.
John Calkins left
" ' Jobs Harbke left on the train
Sunday for Portland. . '
' Mr. and Mrs. Mason left on
the train for Portland Sunday
- Bert Mason came in on the
train this week from Portland,
T. M. Benedict and son Dode
were in Saturday. 5
Lane . was in town
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Knappen.
berg, departed on the train for
Heppner Friday Afternoon.
Id the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon, for Morrow County.
VelmaJet Woolery Joekeoa,
Fraaeta Gordon Jackeon, '
To Pranels Oordoo Jncteoa, the
abore named dafeadant; -la
tbe bum of the State of Oregon,
yoa are heteby required, to appear
ad aoawor the complaint Sled
atgalnst yoa In the above eatlllrd
aolt oa or before the l&th day nf
a it .ua..i
the S ret day of March IBIS, the date
of the flrst poblleatlom of thla son
mona, aad It yoa fall te appear or
nawar. tor want thereof the plaintiff
will apply to the Court for the relief
prayed for hi her complaint, to wit:
for m decree dieet1rtng th bonds of
matrimony arts ting bet worn the
plaintiff and the detondaat aad for
erer dlrorciag theea. the one from
the Other, aad for eoch other aad
fur thee reUaf ae fas aweity ahail seaan
aaraaoae tt pobttshed tjr
of taw Hoaorabkf eilbert W
Phelpa, Judge of the aboveeatltlrd
Coart BMde aad entered oa the Mth
day ef rebraary
A. E. Johasoa '
Ataoraey lor PlatatUT.
Get Water Mon-
Of 1 08 feet i i
Leo Gist was a passenger on
the tram Wednesday morning. ;
Harry Beasley departed on
the train Wednesday morning.
' - The Falkland. -
Barled la bank of fog, drenebH fa
drtullDg nine. wv4 by Utter wlada
froia the Antarctic, the KalktiDd te
la ude ere eureiy the moet dlsnial of
Urvt Brltnln'e fe rally of orgaatwd ool
vulee. The rata ea?e oaty wbea the
wted hhnre the aereeat. the ton hanga
torn and heavy except wbea tbe galea
wbip it to efareda. It la a treeleaa Ian 4.
port barrea rocke and part sraaay
alopee. A day ef eunabloe la a rare Joy
Tterra del Paego. la lta aeareat aelgb
bar. Tbe people, eome 2O0 la aamber.
are sturdy deecendaabi of Scotch Im
migrant aad tbe abeep that browee
o tbe eternally damp bille are their
only aoorco ef rev en do. Yet there at a
capltat, a goTernnient and a goTernor
duly apnoltited by tbe crown and seat
to euflto rlrtoal exile foe a daujunoog
the awtat nbepberda of the aatipodea
The Paiklanil Hlaoda appeal to tbe Im
agination oh tbe remotest, tonetleet and
leaat deelrabte of aU lande Inhabited
by Europeane, Clerelead Plain Dealer.
Wttb the except too of the ana occa
sion ui ttWS. when the qootaa ef the
.atatea did jot All up aa rapidly aa do
elrad. there tua teen Vh gi lW Iftlllap
ta the United Stave. Tbe draft riot la
Xew York waa the ooieonie of thai
eoneciiptloa, aad. as It happened, the
Btuater rolla were Oiled la the mean
time wtthoat aeed of the vea orlgiaai
.Conerrlptioa was roihieae at ane
tim in Englaod. The wont form ef
cenoerltrtluB wee employod a eoaaec
(lon wllb recruiting the nary m Nel
son's time. No one was aafe from at.
tack by the Mdoabtabte press gaaaa.
and tbe etrtortea of this glortooa epocta
of England o history were won la part
by ntea who oftea kicked and btt aad
mealed to break away from the Banaa
teat hurled then bite tea aary. Mew
fork ttaa. , . . -
Harder Than O
Although the diamond at geaeralry
regerded s the. hardest of all aul
suncea, It Is a fart that there la a sub
stance eree aander. Thla a sseUI
known aa tantalum, a rare metal, al
though not one ef the rarest Just bow
bard It to auy be imagined wbea at
BMattoacd that a thin sheet of It was
eaee placed under a dlaaMod drill
worked day sod Bight for three days.
The only effect was a aught Indenta
tion la the tantalum and the wearing
out of the diamond. Taatalam la eery
difficult to produce, bat when tt eae be
obtained Is suffldeat ooexHKIes U wUI
be aa exceedingly aseful aobstanee.
Among Its other uses It will be em
ployed to eat diamonds and to ntakr
Blamenia for electric lamps. It la one
of the few oabstaacas that are hard
wtthoat being brtiUe. . v
The "Oeeth Wsteh. ' V
The as called -deatk watch. with
lta sayaterloas Mrklng at night time, la
due to Bothtng more serious than the
furniture beetle. Tbe larra of this la
serf burrows ta the farnltare, making
the pta boles winch are often, to he
eeea la old faratnire. It to three yean
la Its pupa eoodttloa and at length ba
roeees a Httie brown tsaect with a
great talent for ahaaamtag death, ae
that n to aot eery maca
Tbeae beetles oftea atrike the wood of
their galleries with their beads, aad
so prod are a' ticking saved watch Is a
call to the mam.
Sleet Rosas 1.80S root Hat.
. CM ton. CeX Eighty thnnaaad
ef dmamMe were aaed la aa
beta to aeaaonab part ef Meant Slover.
s hlfl beat UOB feet Ugh. The Meet
eromoled a hi rev aertioa af the htS
sad aacoeared saUlloae ef teaa ef bbbs
Rer. J. L. Jones preached both
ia the iDorning and errning at
Lexington, hast Sunday. Mrs.
Jones, went up to Lexington,
in the afternooa on the train,
returning Monday morning with
Mr. Jones . He will preach here
next Sunday. . - .
J. Mahooey passed thro
Ions on hi way to Portland. -
Thorn who listened to the Jnnlor
Chorus - taw Sundaye aatt at the
Christian Church will be pleased to
know that tbe chorus wUI dug acata
next Sunday evening. . Mr. Rayaokla
will apeak oa the topic 'Tke-Whto
God'e Bevealed WW to Man.!' There
will be a great Bible School to the
morning followed by the communion
aad preaching aervleee.
INDIVIDUAL HOG HOUSE ;
Uaefwl Adjynet to the Fana la Warn
er Odd Weather .
ceaaarr to eaccessfut bandllng af
pigs. Tbe baaawa that aw ased for far
rowing purposes to the early aprtag eaa
be aaed almost throughout the year In
connection with tbe proper handling of
the bogs, eays tbe Kansse Farmer. Thir
ls eepeclaily true af the email tndirid
ual farrowing booaae which may be
nwred about tbe farm Wherever tt to
desired ta bare suitable shelter far
tbe stock. By Mocking them an la
the pastures they furnish abetter from
tbe ean while permitting the wind W
Mow through underneath.
On figuring the cost of labor and aM
terlsi. required to build a hog boose
lease enough to accommodate a doasn
aswa eoarentsatly at farrowing time H
hi Found at tbe Kansas Agricultural
college that tbe root to greater than
that required ta build a dossa Indl
ridoal bog boasss, tbe dlfferenca eery
lag eomewhst according to. the style
and shut of tbe benese,
la the caae of the esatoaltoo hot
bouse the work of taking care of tbe
eowa can all be doae la the same bond
ing, ithue taking lass work than tbe
eame somber of sows woeht require If
kept la mdlridnal nooaea A asatraJ
taed bog booee la wenoer thaa aa tadt
rid ual booae. aad la etas af early far
rowing thla awkas the farmer yaty
daalrable. ' v - , .
A centnhaed bag hoeea, howater
keeps the hags elosa together, aad la
cess ef dtssass there to greater daagar
that tt will aprsed rapidly thaa af the
boga ware beat la hMUrMoaJ booses.
FEED AND MILK FLAVOR.
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Cam and uVan Net S wearier to Other
Wholesome Orela Mbrtares, .
Tbe fadaral defer tmeat af agrical
tare recently -reported tbe results ef
atperimeato to tost the aff ser-of asto
oa the oarer ef aaflk. Theea expert
men ta showed that eats do aot have
the beaeddai effect en the Savor of
milk which many dairymen beiieva
But as corn and bran constituted the
mttoa tested a telnet onto tbe public
ass earned the tmpreaalon erroueeoa
ly that the deoartxeent rerommeode
tbe feeding of corn and hraa to to
preve tbe Saver of mtlk.
Of fifty eptoloaa avBrasati regarding
the Savor of the saaanlsa tweaty-Sva
prefsered she milk from aswa fad cere
and hraa. Aa atttosa preferred the
stilk rrom eowa fad oata end alae as
prasaiJ aa choice. It doss not appear
that either ration has any decided ad
vantage over tbe other. . There eaa ha
S great superiority b the hraa sad
ra when one-half of the eptoloaa
wore ettber Indifferent or were la ra
ver ef the ether anils.
la new af these expert BMOts the da
partaaeat doss aot recommend the
feeding af hraa aad osra to faapreve
tbe Savor af sails. Cats, eora, alfalfa
hay. ssttaaassd meal. Hnenil aaaaU
hraa, aintea and ether good feeds far
dairy eowa wbea property fed la rea
sonable amoomta prodaea t tne Bavor
ad milk, but there la aa aebstaatlal
evidoaca that any eoe ef ahem to sa
sarier to any ef tbe others In Ibis aa
aWren thmaand wosaaa practice ssssV
fcrlne la the Uasted autes.
AU over the world elxty-ecvea people
die every mtnnta, er 96,480 very day.
Jt to officially estimated that there are
lTOjOOOOO real aegreea In the worm.
It has ban estimated that the aarth
eaa maintahi a population af SjOOO.-
OOOOO, a total which will be
a beat the yeas ZluO at the
rata af aarnaaa. -The
awshttohsd a ebmriag
ehUdraa aad reaatlveo and
maalcatlon wttb the aaaira Saa ftas
does tot ep boat aystasa.
Oaty eaa eat af every a passed awar
ded easptea rive an aa avaraag to eato-
batag advocated aa a
to baa nsesar s
Black MwoacA, Buff Orpington
aad R L Bad eoekerele'r ewjpsi
for banning. Mrs. B. A.
Hoidridge. Box 282, 'Dixon, Ca).
I Itoaaj etora for the Yeoaean Mhv
j atreas, March Mla Taw an atoaj
I Uhe fiotcaaa,
I Dc D, R, Hay lor eye specialist
will be St tone Hotel, Monday
ind Tuesday, March 6tb and 7th
wu In Friday
Lewis Pad berg was
The farmers are 'commencing
plow and disc their land.
hia. omce has received an
inquiry from a possible pur
chaser who wants to buy a
good piece of residence proper
ty near the business section of
lone. - Call at Journal office.
John Blake came in on ttu
in Thursday afternoon after
long visit in Texas.
Vergie Crawford was down
rom Heppner last Thursday to
yisit her parents. ,
' LAUNDRY" CABINET. ; , "
4t SheulS' Oentsia Stain Remevera ana
If Other Helae For Wash Day. .
h The careful and eronomlcel bouse
Bwtfe who watches all tbe swell oatlsyi
PwlU have a small shelf or even a cab
l net. no nutter how roughly put to
gather, la ber laundry, where manjr
betps may always be found. Oxaltr
add to take aot stains, a bottle of
Javelle water, a bos of fine starch and
one of, cornstarch, some gum arable, s
bottle of vinegar aad one of ammonia.'-'
betides the bluing, the was and sal
soda, sbenld be there,
for iak otsins sod tree rest the ot-
aue add crystals are dfanwieed end tht
spots mohttened. left until tbe epot
shows Chat It to fading aad thee well
rinsed In several waters, as this, tike
tavelto water, will eat hales la thi
fabric If left oa too long;
Wbea silk ribbons are ta Mandated a
little gum erabts dawolved to a thla
laindlsge will give them the stiSaaas
land Inetar of Daw. Where colon er
,1t -aw W to aanaalala grnda, vlnegsy
and salt abeuld be ased la the water.
for statue from varntob er tbe
usual furniture ataiaing fiulda lhe )s
raUa wktor to Invalaable.
Tbe toundrean muat be tsngbt hew to
asa bieas things; otberwlae econom;
will prove astravsgsaca. She sboald
ha lastracted . that say white anode
will stand the application of etalle
add sod the Hme aad salsoda of to
relle water, hut that either will enroll
take out the color from a printed fab
rtc Silks and eetino will aot stand
those strong medinma
AN ALCOHOLIC ENIGMA. -
Fewer feraem Seam to Drink, Yd
Hare Lte.uer le Cawamwod.
It Is the testimony af tbe Internal
revanoe rsedpts of oar own gorem
ment that, notwttbetandlng tbe aota
wortby elteneion of the dry areas by
reason of state wide prohibitions and
local option laws, consumption of al
eabolle liquor has greatly Increeeed.
In addition to the dry areas establish
ed by political action iwe uae tbe tons
ta lta broad sense) there has bees wide
promotion af personal abstmeous bi
ce nee of rales against drinking eatsb
Imbed by large sm ploy are of Is bur.
who realise the wisdom of guard inc
the safety ef employees and tbe Due
tto against accident, aa well as pro
noting ganeral efficiency.
We knew that la addition to tbeae
powerful Influences there has frown
ap a soda oppodtion to tatemperstc
boMta that has a wholesome effort
against averindulgeace la intoitrathu
ilQUora aad to favor ef total abstineuce
ta any circle of scqoamtancee the per
detent drinkers-tbe sssa who mslu
a btauassa af hT do aot appear to Iw
The question aaterally arteea hi cos
ssqaaace. Where does all tbe liquor go.
sod who ness HI Increeso of papula
Ooa to the wet areas does aot account
for all af hV Pittsburgh Curonkla-Tl
' Tee Well Dene.
"Tea, dear,1 continued the aewty
saade basbsad aa be eased deependlns
ly at tbe atoak that was broiled slssoet
to a ertop, -yon an vary charming,
sad yoa da several things ancoaunoa
ry well, bat yoa dea l kaow bow to
"Aad yet, ajy leve.' answered the
pri-wlte-a bocemlag peniteat sir.
-yen said yoaradf that It was vary
It to scarcely aiceasary te add Caat
the eyriaoa was svsrtod, j -
Two aseond bead
apply Journal office.
Mrs. John H. Wilt arrived on
the trail Thursday from Port-
Yeomen Minstrels Promise To
'.. Amuse Patrons Friday Eve
Snow came early Wednesday
morning and stayed only a while
melting almost as soon as it rea
ched the ground. For a time it
looked as if winter wsa with ue
again. Another heavy snowfall
has been predicted by the weath
CULTIVATE THI NEIGHBORS.
Too mauy farmers are oeglectr
Ids to cultivate tbe friendship
end coundeuce of I be nelghbon
across the line fence. Before
co-01 Miration eaa be aiicceeafol lu
bandllng any buslneas euterrlee.
the men who ere working to
getbrr must believe in eseb '
other, sod bare a-klitd of friend
ship tbst will bold tbctu together
throughout all aorta of vicissi
tudes which, era almost sure to
come. It Is not enough to mere -ly
greet tbe nearby farmers with
aa occasional wave of the hand
when you pass them oa the road,
nor la It rig tit to neglect all pos
sibilities for business friendship
except whoa there to a big Job
f Of threshing or stlsge catting to
ue auae. xnore mrm aim aome
fsrtnrra who keep toemeelveB
wedeed la by the line fenve and
arojuot willing to exchanse belo
f ho eWaaKaayaaitoianf5k
T nrantty propoeltioB, hut happily 1 1.
they are . becoming fewer. A 9
whole lot of difficulties will be j
eliminated wbea thereia more
of ibis wboleaoma neighborly
friendsblp, and bustness sffhlrs
will begin to adjust themselves a
good deal more easily. .
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Tbe Importance f eatHblbtliuig
plajrgrounds tp oar dtles can
scan-dy be overmtluietfd. I'lsy
to the natural and mtrrual por
tion of the life of every boy and
girt Bierclee la to the child oo
lees vltslly important than food,
for without oseniae his body
wfH Msrvs Just ss surely as H
would wrre It defirlved of ma
.terial autrlmeot .
. We who may bare been for
tunate enough to hnre hern
brought np In the country can
but dimly aodenund tbe hit of
tbe child of the diy etreets
With aa exerctoe and rerrvatiue
came la natural courer.- The oc
cssdty for ending a place to
play was quite undreamed of, for
opportunlitee for play ley a IT
shoot as. Hut for the eltr rblld
tbe problem to more difficult
There an always the Mreeta. of
cooraa, and ef course sd nee-.
eaeariiy-thera most stoe be the
dty ordinance and the police
man forblddlitg him to nee tbe
streets for plsy.
Provisional measures, such, for
Instance, ss I be clodng of a
block to traffic, are espedleata at
best. The playground Is tbe
only real remedy. And tbe ptny
grounde should be reedy for the
coming of spring. -r
"No." replied tbe patient ass af re-
epondMlltlea "I suppose people haveL.
a right to dtoeersr faults. What I ob
fed ta to the mas who assumes thai
faults astat sud never fonbles huaaslf
to to vast tga l-Washington atar
-What to technic r -recbale to fbr
art ef aaaMBg (be dmnleet pasasgsa
son ad d10)mU."-Mnarel Amadca.
Ferseveranco Is aa admirable
trait, but without thaeefty valve
of common sense it becomes a
No sister, not all men are
beasts. There are times when
the- beast would object to the
lone Yeomen Homestead 6239
expect record crowd at their
First Annual Minstrel perform
ance to be held in their hall over
Bender's Store, Friday evening
March 3rd. They promise the
most wonderful aggregation of
entertainers ever brought toget
her under-one roof. Catchy songs
funny jokes, pretty girls, hand
some men, beautiful costumes.
Spectacular, Gorgeous, Thrilling.
Mirth-Provoking. Forget your
troubles for one night You will
sure feel dissapointed
friend asks you next
why you stayed away.
laugh for a month and you'll won
The Booster -And The
1 Killer ;
Nearly every town has two
classes of citizens the boosters
and the killers. All the world
loves the former, but oven the.
devil shuns the latter. Be a
booster! The town booster- ia
know rt k everybody- fog he is
SwayiiWng mffeWnir some-'
thing to push his town and its
people along. He 10 the man
who makes the town. The killer
is the one who destroys ft Be a
booster! The booster never loses
anything by his boosting. Ho
boosts other people and other
people boost him, and through
this combination of boosting
great things are accomplished.
It is only the killer who fails of
his own deeds. Be a booster I
The booster is like a ray of sun
shine on a cloudy day. Ho
brightens everything and every
body around him. His geniality,,
his cheerfulness, his energy and
his good, deeds breed nope In tbe
bosom of despair. His words
and his acta aid others and
enobie himself. But the killer
only kills-just kill., kills, .kills!
Bi A Booster.
The editorial countenance is no
Indication of the spirit within.
Even the wisest of men have
resembled the fool.
A man will tighten his belt
and chase s rabbit all day with
out a thought of hunger or'
fatigue. But when his wifa
wants an armful of wood he
promptly sends tne kid. Shoe
For Sale, Heat, or Kichanav.
120 acrre Bear lone, will accept
City property. Also have 17 acrre
-Valley (arm $0600, lorehenper land.
,? .Box S7. aalem. Or.
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Leave your sick watches and broken
Jewelry with Prank Chrletenaea
-to "be repaired. ..
Even the buzzard, the lowliest
of birds, is loyal to its home. -
Yep, election time
right along- It will
W. H. Cronk returned te lone
from Portland, where he attend
ed the sassion ef the Western"
Lumber Dealers Aaaocation. kast
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