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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (July 24, 1952)
July 24. 1952
•—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
Crater Lake, 2000 feet deep and
over a mile high in the Cascade moun
tains of southern Oregon, is set in the
cauldron of prehistoric Mt. Mazama
which was a monstrous volcano, one of
th« highest peaks in the world.
WHY HOT BOY
How To Handle A
Weekly Farm Forest Jealous Old Dog
Jealousy of a new dog in the home
is a common trait in old dogs who
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it certainly has freshened up that old
business block a great deal.
IOOF building is one of the oldest
have held sway as the sole family pet buildings in the city, and its fresh
July 21. 1952
coat of white with green trim has
The Willamette valley sawlog mar for a long time, but careful consider ! really brightened up that corner.
ket was generally unchanged last
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week. Demand was good in most of owner’s part can help a great deal in
The Democrats are struggling this
the valley, but the undertone showed
week among themselves over the is
some weakness in Clackamas county. the Gaines Dog Research Center, New- sues of states rights, civil rights, fili
Sword fern took a seasonal drop of
The principal point is to make sure bustering, and will come out of this
4 cents a bunch. Other forest prod
the old dog receives as much at convention one step further along the
ucts were generally unchanged, ac
as the newcomer, advises the road toward the freedom of the souls
cording to the weekly farm forest
When you pet or play with of men from the tyranny of others,
products market report prepared from
the new pup be sure to give some sometimes great corporations, or po-
data supplied by the State Board of
(litical machines. But when it is all
Forestry to the OSC Extension Serv- caresses to your old pet, so he won’t > over the Democrats will go home
resents the pup’s attempts to bite his | stronger than ever.
Estes Kefauver has been in the thick
ears or maul his tail. A lively young
Closer grading of second-growth puppy will often torment an old dog of the fight for the little people and
Douglas fir sawlogs was noted at trying to tease him into play, and a their interests along with many others.
some points but prices held about threatening growl is the only way the We are sorry that it is necessary to
steady during the past week. No. 2’s latter can defend his right to be let fight with our southern brothers, but
were $38 to $47 a thousand, mostly alone. If he doesn’t take his own part I sometimes those gentlemen are very
$40 to $42. River prices in the north keep the puppy away from your old | selfish in their demands. They have
ern and central valley ranged up to dog when he appears to be annoyed. been stubborn in the fight over the I
$50, the ceiling price. No. 3 sawlogs When you feed the puppy be sure the loyalty oath. Yet anyone who listened
were mostly $35 to $38. Camp-run old dog gets a tidbit even if it isn’t to the convention over the radio will j
logs were $38 to $12. Demand for 8- his regular feeding time.
have to agree that there was no valid
foot logs ranged from fair to very
Never kennel a new dog or puppy reason that they could not sign the
good at $14 to $18 a cord, or $34 to with an old dog until you are sure oath. The southerners have been re
$38 a thousand.
These short logs they are friendly. Sometimes an old sentful of any attempts on the part
were wanted by many mills, especially dog will bully a nup and one of the of congress to curb their right to fili
in the southern part of the valley.
usual habits is to lie at the door of buster. It is my contention that to
their kennel and refuse to allow the allow the privilege of filibustering is
Pulpwood was in limited demand. pup to enter. A separate yard and the most un-American parliamentary
Unpeeled hemlock and true firs were house is best for the new dog until procedure known to man, and it
should be stopped at once.
1 $14 to $17 a cord. Douglas fir brought the pair become pals.
The southern Democrats have been
$14 to $15.
After a while, says the Center, if
the old dog is assured that he still using their unholy alliances with the <
Poles and Piling:
reactionary Republicans to defeat
Barkie poles and piling 50 feet and holds your strongest affection but that many humanitarian measures in the
over were in good demand at Albany the new dog is also there to stay, he congress over the past 20 years. We *
and Eugene, but slacked off in the
watch with a great deal interest the »
50-foot barkie poles companionship of a second dog in the fight of Kefauver to gain the nomi »
I ranged from 20li to 28 cents a lineal home.
nation, whether he succeeds we don't »♦
foot, with olnger poles up to 45 cents.
Only one English monarch has will know, but we are pulling for him just
Short poles were still moving slowly,
given up the throne.
although there was some call for good
car stakes in Clackamas county.
Four women are honored with mem
H a rd w ood:
orial statues in Washington.
Alder, ash and maple logs generally!
brought $35 to $40 a thousand at Will-
amette valley hardwood mills. Cot-
| tonwood logs were around $30.
Other Forest I roducts:
Sword fern at Eugene dropped from
16 cents to 12 cents a bunch as har-
vest of the new crop started.
1’» miles East of Gates
ON THE HIGHWAY
i pkn. 29c
HI NT’S RASPBERRY
•1» jar 29c
12-0«. < an 39c
Cafe & Tavern
The Hat Rock area on the Columbia
river in Oregon will become a new
recreational area when the lake is
formed behind McNary dam to be com
pleted in the near future.
MI LLIGAN STEW
Old Chinese proverb soy—'to rule the mountain is lo rule the river.
Where Friends Meet
On Highway 222. Linn County
George “Sparky” Ditter
AND YOU'LL CHOOSE
Lou and Percy Mulligan. Props.
- tana 35c
Hfe wont be <
KRISPY CR \( KERS
3 cans 25c
3-lb can 70c
Nobody — but nobody—is
going to out bid us for your
old tires Come in and we ll
prove it. Our sales depart
ment has been instructed
to purchase the unused
mileage from our customers
at highest prices on tires
traded in on new Generals.
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