Jacksonville post. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1906-19??, January 31, 1914, Image 1

Below is the OCR text representation for this newspapers page. It is also available as plain text as well as XML.

    -itoti'-8’ Society
Oregon h
n
■ ■■»«>
VOL. VII.
JACKSONVILLE, JACK'ON COUNTY, OREGON, JANUARY 3!, 1914
NO. 39
Lure and its allied interestswill beheld I
Though considerable “frisking” was
LIVESTOCK ESTIMATES
BUSINESS WILL PICK UP
THE FARM HOUSE
carried on the first night, not a man
in But ns from February 16 to 21 inclu­
was found with out the financial re­
sive. A special effort will be made to
Senatois Not Sure, However, quirements. One had but 95 cents, lie Bureau of Statistics in Coopera­ C. P. R, General Passenger assist the new settlers who have come
Should be Planned to Econo-
was sent to bed.
from other states and have found
,
I •
Government is Interested
By this order the chief expects to be
tion With the Weather Bur-
climatic conditions to which they are
Agent Says Good Times
m:ze
the
Housewife’s
able to keep a line on all suspicious
not accustomed. The Burns Commer­
—American Arrested
characters and put a stop to the petty
eau, United Sia’es
A e Coming to West.
cial Club will arrange for suitable halls
Sirength
thieving that has been going on.
in which to hold meetings and also to
Department
of
No clues have been found to the bur­
care for the visitors from distant parts
Juarez, Mexico, Jan. 28—The United
H- W. Brodie, general passenger a- of the county.
glars who entered the Wilson cigar
The possible economy in household
State Consul at Chihuahua has notified
Agriculture.
gent
of
the
Canadian
Pacific
Railway,
store Sunday night. —Mail Tribune.
labor
and lhe conservation of the
the State Department of the arrest of
A meeting of the Salem Commercial
-----------sz.y,----------
was in the city Monday on his way to
strength of the housewife are two im-
Vincente Montoya, an American citi­
Club
has
recently
been
held
for
the
Del Monte. Cal., where he and Mrs.
j portaat factors to be considered in the
CANADIAN ADVERTISING
Livestock estimates, as of Jan , 1,
zen from New Mexico. It was charged
Brodie will spend the next three weeks purpose of launching a systematic cam- 1 construction of a farm house. Pleas
1914, with comparisons, for Oregon, as
that Montoya contracted for cattle for
;
paign
for
the
exploitation
of
the
logan
in rest and receation.
’ ant and comfortable farm homes tend
made by the United States Department
which he could r.ot pay.
“Business is going to pick up in all j I berries for which the Willamette Val­ ! to hold families together; but thecheer-
of
Agriculture,
Heads
of
Newspaper
Union
are
given
below:
Washington, Jan. 28—Published re­
i lines by this Spring,” said Brodie, j ley is becoming famous. It is said j
] less, unlovable and insanitary houses
Farm Animals
ports that Japan was supplying arms
"The railroads will handle a normal that the berries reach a greater per- ' i drive boys and girls to the cities, ln-
Omaha
Tell
of
Effort
to
1914
1913
to the Huerta government and that
volume of passenger traffic this season faction in this valley than anywhere j 1 vestigatidn of prisons, insane asylums
Hoi ses:
President Wilson had discussed that
in spite of the fact that many people else in the world, but with a constant I anc houses of correction, seem toprove
Get Americans
Number
301
292 will delay coming to the Coast until increase in their production without a
phase of the Mexico situation with
Price January 1 $96.00
$90.00 the Panama-Pacific Fair at San Fran- corresponding expansion of » demand, the the fact that the sins which ac­
members of the Senate foreign relations
Value
$28,896
$28.908 cisco next year. Indications in all it is imperative that steps be taken to i count for the existence of these insti­
committee Monday night, were charac­
Washington, Jan. 28—How Canada
tutions are often bred in inadequate
1
Mules:
terized at the White House today as has paid the Western Newspaper Un­
lines are that the year 1914 will restore ! keep the industry in its present profit- j
Number
10
1C conditions to a more healthy state I able condition. It is probable that and unhappy farm homes. So this so­
“an old story revamped.”
ion $42.,000 a year for the last 12 years
Price January 1 $107.00
$107.00 than they have been in for some time. j samples of the berries, dried or other- cial aspect of the problem is considera­
It was stated today upon the author­ to circulate reading matter at the Do­
ble.
Value
$1,070
$1,070
ity of a Senator who attended that dur­ minion through the medium of “patent
preserved, will be sent to big
‘ The Canadian Pacific Railway is , wise
,
.. .. lines and . , to , hotels
. , and . sum-) The . public
to the fact
ing a general talk those who favored insides,” which the Union furnishes to Milch Cows:
steamship
.. , is awakening
,
, ,
displaying its confidence in the future
,
.
..,
I
that
better
farm
houses
are
needed,
”
196
Number
187 by practically doubling the capacity of mer resorts where the demand will I__ ________ ...
raising the embargo on arms expressed newspapers, was told to the Senate lob­
Price January 1 $65.00
$56.00 its long string of hotels along its sys­ certainly grow us the fruit becomes 1 and the special feature which many
the view that the Huerta government by committee today by George A. Jos­
j farm papers now issue as a “House
Value
$12,740
$10,472
was able to procure ammunition with lyn, of Omaha, president of the Union,
tem, from the Atlantic Seaboard to the known.
Building Number” proves its interest
ease from abroad. They did not contend and Alfred Washington, its advertising Other Cattle
Pacific Coast. That is, we shall be
’ to thousands of readers.
Nnmber
470
452 a|ile by next year to handle just about
that the Japanese government was di­ manager.
The Office of Farm Management of
Price January 1 $38.00
$32.00 100 per cent more tourist business than
THE FINANCIAL CONDITION
rectly conctrned but declared that am­
Joslyn testified that the matter so
j the Department of Agriculture has
Value
$17,860
$ 14,464 we can take care of at the present
munition had been bought of Japanese circulated was marked“advertisement”
I now undertaken to investigate tins
commercial houses.
I time. These improvements and addi­
and was designed to induce Americans Sheep:
Number
2,670
2.644 tions >o our accommodations are be- For Week Ending January 2*f I problem systematically and to evolve,
It was stated today that the subject to emigrate to Canada.
if possible, practical improvements for
Price, January 1 $3 90
$3.80 1Y>£ made at a cost of millions of dol­
was discussed incidentally in connection
Washgington testified under cross-ex­
the benefit of the farmer’s borne.
Value
$1,413
$10,047 lars but this is not to be compared with
with the argument that the Constitu­ amination than he did not think it un­
As Given by Dun’s Review
Certain features are often overkok-
tionalists were at a disadvantage in the patriotic nor disloyal to his country to Swine:
the money we are pouring into improve­
■
ed
in providing economical arrange-
Number
300
268 ments of the physical property of our
present struggle without ports of en­ circulate such matter. Canada’s In­
i merits for the household when they
Price January 1 $11.00
$9.50 rail system.
try, such as the Huerta government terior Department, he said, paid the
While there is tangible evidence of might be easily provided for. One of
$2,546
holds.
$3,300
Western Newspaper Union. $1 a column Value
Hi i .“Our double-tracking work is being continued expansion in general busi the specialists of the- Office of Farm
for all such matter the newspapers
pushed ahead with all possible dispatch. | ness the betterment is not entirely uni- Management learned from a woman in
used.
More than 100 miles of it is now in op­ | form. Advices from leading centers i Pennsylvania, who had broken down
To Cut Out Middleman
Hope For Extension oi Time. eration from Vancouver east. The sec­ I are rather mixed, yet favorable re from overwork, that she had been car­
ond.'track work'from Revelstoke east, ports outnumber those of an opposite rying coal from the barn for years.
Law School May be Moved
and Kamloops west, is about finished, character and sentiment is more confi When the husband was asked if there
Klamath Falls, Or., Jan. 28-The
Klamath Falls, Or., Jan. 28—Advic­ and the whole system has two tracks dent. In the impel tant iron and stee ' was any reason why a coal bunker
dairymen of the Klamath Basin are
A strong organization upon the Uni­ es received from Abel Ady, president .from Fort Williams to Calgary, with industry the belief is strengthening | Cuuld not have been provided near the
pashing to a successful conclusion a
the exception of about 160 miles, all that the turning point has about been j cookstove and filled direaily fiom the
plan for co-operation. It is the inten­ versity of Oregon Law School, which of the Klamath Waterusers’ Associa­
ofwbiuh will be completed this year.
reached, although it is not expected wagon, he ariswerdd that there was
tion,
who
is
now
at
Washington,
are
is
now
conducted
in
Portland,
is
in
con
­
tion to organise a farmers’ creamery
“The five-mile tunnel under Rogers that the recovery from pievious de­ : none, but that no one had thougt of it.
and to handle all kinds of farm produce. templation. Evening classes in law encouraging for the farmers. He re­
Pass, one of the greatest feats of rail­ pression will be rapid Labor, howev­ i This one detail has been found neglect­
The plan includes the erection of ware­ would still be continued in Portland as ports that, the Secretary of the Interior
road
construction on the continent er, is more fully employed; mill opera­ ed in other cases where it could have
has
agreed
on
a
bill
to
be
introduced
in
houses to handle all of the products of Extension work, under direction of the
from the standpoint of engineeing, is tions have increased and, even if there j been easily remedied if only someone
dean of the law school. The proposed Congress which will suspend construc­
¡¡the members of the association.
progressing rapidly, and when comple­ has been no advance in prices, further I had thought of it.
change would have a tendency still tion charges for a period of five years
ted will eliminate many curves, stiff | concessions are not. so frequent. The
After economy in the construction of
and
will
then
give
the
farmers
15
year»
farther to improve the standard of le­
grades and stretches of snowsheds in former policy of the railroads in hold­ the building and in the house work Ims
to
pay
the
balance
due
the
Govern
­
gal
graduates
since
a
large
proportion
Have Dollar or go to Jail
the mountainous district.”
ing back contracts is somewhat le-s been attained, attention will be given
of them would take art degrees as well ment.
pronounced and orders and specifica­ to developing beauty. Simplicity in
as a law course, the two courses occu-
----------- »x ♦-----------
tions
are coming forward with greater line and good proportions are meant by
Under a new rule issued by Chief of pying not fewer than six years, The
freedom than heretofore, indications the use of ’his word beauty, and not
No
District
Attorneys
Elected
first
year
of
law
school
work
is
now
tPy*iice Hittson Monday, any citizen
of progress are noticeable in the cop­ so-called applied “ornament*.” This
roaming around at night without a dol­ given at Eugene and the next step
per trade, and the enlaiged demand ; simpliciry is entirely in keeping with a
will
probably
be
addition
of
the
second
lar or his reputation stands a chanceof
Salem, Or., Jan. 27—In an opinion
fiom both European and dom s i general plan of economy.
year,
the
faculty
of
law
being
finally
being arrested under the vagrancy law.
today, Attorney-General Crawford
tie consumers has resulted in higher
------ ♦
A hundred cents is made the dividing moved to Eugene entirely. A commit-1 holds that under the county attorney Spring Colonist Rates in Effect quotations for that metal. Encourag­
tee
of
three
regents
is
studyirg
the
I
Tine between good citizenship and va­
act, no district attorney can ts elected
March 15.
Winners al
ing news is being received from the
proposal
Electric Spaks
grancy.
until 1916. Ail vacancies, no matter
dry goods markets, with the attend
Instructions have been issued to the
School
Fairs
to
Visit
how they occur, says the attorney,
ance of buyers being very large. Re­
night force to arrest all persons at
Subscribe for the Post. $1.59 per must be filled by the governor until
On some one of these bright new
cent business has been substantial in
Exposition
night who cannot produce
buck.” year.
1916.
volume, while there is a broad demand Years the populace will make «up iis
for wool, and the world’s consumption mind that the highly inflammable house
apparently is increasing. In footwear, is a nuisance and will swear off
Portland, Ore. Jan. 27 1914(Speci»l)- on the other hand, quietness is still Christmas tree fire tiaps.
j Railroads in the Northwest are begin- manifest, although reports from New
“Gunboat” Smith accompolished
ing to advertise the Spring colonist England are quite optimistic as to the D molition of “Cruiser” Pelkey
■ rates which will be in effect for32 days future outlook. Little activity pre­ he has yet to meet with the dread­
j beginning with March 15. The rates vails in leather, but prospects never­ noughts of his profession
I will be the same as in former seasons, theless are considered good. A favor­
Congress should not get to work too
j $33 from Chicago, $30 from Missouri able feature is the improvement in fi­
soon. There is no telling what a Con­
¿River points and $25 from the Colorado nancial conditions, as reflected by the
gress full of eggnog and plum pudding
region. Although the reduced rates rise in security values and the better i
might do.
[ will be advertised to a considerable ex- investment situation. The average of
| tent, the roads state they will make no sixty railway slocks has risen percep- I Though 1914 began auspiciously in
special effort to induce organized par- lily since the opening of I he year; bonds many respects, it would feel better if
’j’”” Huerta were not clinging to it’s back.
I ties of homeseekers to come west.
are alo higher and trailing in the I...
They state that heretofore the low ter shows a material gain over the cor­ . I Interlocking directorates are also un-
A -------
rel ixa- scrambling themselves.
rates have been taken advantageof by responding period of 1913. ■-
I wage-earners, principal’y, and that but tion has occurred in money rates at ail j New York’s hiking suffragists are
' few bona fide homeseekers are general­ the world’s leading markets, and the on lhe war path again,
ly included in the large parties that reserves of the Bank of France are be- | “Calumet” used to mean “the pipe
: come out each Spring and Fall. Gen- ing built up by continued withdrawals j of peace” in some Indian tongues,
! uine would-be settlers will come at any of gold from New York. The supply | What does it mean now? Piece of
| lime of the year without waiting for of idle funds here is so ample that the i pipe —and a strong arrn.
special rates.
precious metal can well be spared, yet
ft
According to Henry M. Hyde,
I The boys and girls of Oregon who the movement to Paris is of peculiar I wealthy and the poor are “united”
, will earnestly strive to make them- interest because of the tact that the the grand opera performances,
selves proficient in porato growing, rate of foreign exchange is considera­ should scarcely go so far. "Juxta­
1 raising corn, vegetables or pies, sew - bly below lhe level at which such en- posed” seems to be the word.
ing, cooking and baking, or in keeping j gagements are usually made.
Use of the thick oriental veil that
farm and dairy accounts may find them- |
covers all the face except the eyes h
I selves entitled to a reward well worth- i '
said to be spreading in fashionale cir­
y their best efforts. The Agricultural
New Building Next Year
cles. Well, in cold weather the dears
I College, co-operating with the State
must wear something heavy.
' Superintendent of school, is planning
Switzerland has imposed
to give to at least two boys from each
Euger.e, Or., Jan. 28 —The new $l<y>,
county in the state a trip to Sab m for (KM) classroom and administration build- musical Listrument*. Evidently sorm -
ihe entire week oi the State Fair. In ihg at the University of Oregon is to body has been playing s section of
addition, at least tell of the highest be ready for students by February, I Swiss cheese on his mechanical piano.
“Balson hips coming into fasnicn”
i scoring prize-winners will have all 1915. This is the building for which
their expenses paid on a visit to the appropriation Wit* made by the Leg s- every girl has her day.
t f ■ I Panama Pacific Exposition atSan Fi ’r»n- lature of 1913 mid confirmed by ilie lo­
“Lind goes to Wilson,” says a head­
•' ' cisco next vear. . It is expected that tus at the special referendum electi n line. Perhaps Huerta tvld him to. go
industrial clubs will be organized in on November 4. Repairs and additions to.
j
Jacksonville, Ore
7 he Pioneer Store
nearly al) the schools of the sta’e and to four other buildings, tor which an
Copper mini: g stock with ra.lium
these clubs will be entitled to bulletins an appropriation of $75,000 was also privileges attached ought to sell good
and information and advice of every upheld on November 4 will be complet­ these day,.
so. t regarding any line of work they ed by next September, and will enable
may decide to take up. In the garden- the university to take care cf the ex­ The income tax law comes forward
| irg contest fraction: 1 tracts must be pected big class of freshmen next as the h.te.-l advtcate of the ductline
thut two chii live cheaper than one.
cultivated and accurate records of eve­ Fall.
Those Mtstu Shriners on a 14,000
ry detail of the work and its results
mile hike after a degree may wind p
must be kept. It is hoped that a large
percentage of all the school children FOR SALE at a Bargain House nrl in an Ananias ''lub. if they aren’t cam-
in the state will take part in thia con
lot on Oregon street, near City Hi. I. ful.
i*t.
Like silem-e on a monument—John
Must be sold toon Call on R' gue
Lind.
Realty River Co.
The annual short course in agricul-
BUYS ARMS
PORTLAND LETTER
JI
il
K
L
S
li
il
J
AT
ULRICH’S
lì.!
Ji
fs.
n
y
b
iiii MH
It
ft
ft
[it