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Rural Credit Bill lakes form
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
All church, aoclety, (onunat »n<l local new«
not published for profll, tree; notice» ol m-
tortainmenu. conducted for profit, published
■t a fee »»iniuiun. of <W words.
ments »nd card of thanks, same rate. AJvar-
Using r*tc'<qtinted on reqnest.
Ethel Jeffry of Portland, formerly a
Lents girl, epent the week-end with
Mrs. Carl Norberg ol Woodmere.
WANTED—Used summer clothing
that can be ured or made over for
children Any one deairing to aseit in
this matter may kindly phone Tabor
Mil. Mre. B. C. Dewey.
Born, to Mr. and Mre. Jac. Leach of
88th street, a daughter.
Safety Deposit boxes may be aeon red
at the Multnomah Stat«' Bank, greatly
to the advantage of local patrons.
i nor $50 ;»sr acre on such lands, nor lees
than FA*' nor more than $5000 to any
If pending applications
Not many people knew that the shall al any time exceed the funds avail
mortal remains of Fred Rittman, mur able. preference shall be given to loans
dered near Tualitan on the night of not ex«'e«<ding FAkM> in amount.
May 15, were care«! for at K«>nworthy’s I
Section 5 —
and after the funeral at 3:30 last Fri
Such loans shall not ta made except
day afternoon were buried at Mt. Scott
cemetery. Enough has been said of [ to owners who operate and occupy the
Mr. Ristman’s death in papers of the i lands tuortgagid. anil shall be made
day. He was of German descent, born only for the following purp«>m«: (a)
at Rigi, Russia, but was left an orphan the payment for lands purt'haeeil; (b)
at six years of age. He grew up to be a i the purchase of livestock anil otliec
sailor, became a structural iron worker, equipment, and the making of improve
and was temporarily engage«l as jitney ments which, in the judgment of said
man. He leaves a wife, Mrs. Mina , Ixiaril will increase the productivity of
Ristman. who lives at 6C16, tUM avenue, such lamia or add to their value as a
in the Woodstock district. He was a farm home in a degree to justify such
member of the Oddfellows in Chicago, expenditure; and (c) for the satisfaction
of the Iron Worker’s Union, and jitney of encumbrances upon such lauds which,
The Ironworkers supplied the in the judgment of said board, were in
pall bearers and there was a large at- curred or asstimeil by Mid applicant for
the aforesaid purposes.
tendance at the funeral.
Surprise 6ets Report
Mre Sarah Coons of Fifth avenue
will visit friends in McMinnville.
WILL TRADE 3 to 5 acres with im
provements in Hillsboro garden tracts.
Washington Co., for house and lot in
Lents. Henry Jaeger. Lents Harness
Mrs. Mary Hill of Culver will be with
her sister, Mrs.
Bryant, on Park
avenue, for several weeks.
ANY KIND of Upholstering, guaran
teed good work. Henry Jaegar, Harness
Shop, Foster Road, east of 92d street.
The W. C. T. U. contest held last
Friday evening at the Woodmere school
presented essays on the use of tobacco
and its effects.
A fine attendance
listened to essays by a large number of
pupils. Special music and recitations
varied the program.
were awarded to eleven pupils.
All my customers and the public in
general are solicited to trade with me at
what is known as the Bradley shop, at
Foster Road and 93d sreet. My wife is
much better and I wiil be at the shop
from now on.—W. F. R. Smith.
On Friday afternoon the pupils of
the Woodmere 8th and 9th grades had
a special history program and the boys
invited all the old soldiers to be pres
ent. Machines were sent out and a
fine attendance was secured.
FOR SALE—One Double Set Driving
Harness nearly new, and one double
set Farming Harness.—Cheap. Jaeger’s
Harnees Shop, Lents.
Miss Carol Hogue has been elected to
a fourth grade position in the city
Go to Walsh’s for gasoline and all
kinds of motor oils, at prices compara
ble with the lowest.
Wm. I*. Porter has opened up hie
trunk shop near the poet office.
Mrs. Sandercock of Campbell street
is reported to be very ill and is not
likely to recover.
FOR SALE—Five room house, with
bath. To be removed from lot. Cheap
for cash. W. D. Eaton, Lents.
The Evangelist, Levi Cox, that has
been conducting revival services at the
Friends Church will preach Sunday
morning at 11 o’clock and 7:30 in the
Mre. M. Larson will build a new
bungalow at 90th street and 66th
(Special Prices by Ute ton)
Wood, Goal and*
9326 FOSTER ROAD
McKINLEY & CO.
Every applicant for a farm loan shall
state clearly in his application the pur-
poses for which such loan is desire«!, and
upon its approval by the board, this
statement dial I be deemed a part of the
note or contract under which the loan is
granted. But no failure to apply such
funds to the purposes stated in such ap
plication or as enumerate«! herein shall
invalidate a loan when once ma«le, nor
shall anything hen-in contained tie
deem'd to prevent any farm owner from
selling or leasing lands subj«-rt to such
encumbrance; but it he shall violate his
said contract by applying the moneys
borrowed to purposes other than those
state«! in his application or enumerate«!
herein, or if he shall lease such lands or
sell them to any |>erson not fulfilling the
conditions and purposes provide«! for
herein, said Board is authorize«! ami di-
r«-ct«d to require the repayment of said
loan ubon six months notice, and Mid
note or contract shall contain a clause
On May 23d, some twenty-five of r
Shiloh Circle and one lone Comrade of >
Reuben W’ilson Poet, gave Mrs. Feith-
ing a birthday surprise at her home at .
Bel Irone on the Estacada Une.
Lawrence was there also, Was it a sur-
prise? I should say yea, and we had
the fineet dinner imaginable.
Menu was: Quail on toast. Boiled Sal
mon Sauce Holendaisie, Fillet of Beef
L*G«xlard, Pineapple Frappe. Roast
Spring Chicken, Macaron a Glace,
Roquefort! Fromage, Toaeuxi Crackers ,
and FrigaxeedJChicken. All was serve«!
in regular courses. Dili we do justice to ,
such a meal? I should say yes!
Your humble scribe’s bust measure is ,
36, but when through with dinner was
near 70 and close to the explosive line.
But if the scribe was large you ought to
have seen the others.
When the con
ductor looked us over he said he would
have to take us as freight but after in
forming him that our size was only
temporary he uok us on a five cent fare.
Such loans shall be repaid with in
Those who did not go out there miseeil terest accruing in semi-auuual or annual
the time of their life. Say girls take me installments on the amortization plan,
along some more.—Uncle Efraham.
such installments taing fixed at such
! sums as will cover the interest rate ami
Clear Skin Comes From Within ■ will liquidate the debt in a peri<xi to be
agree«! on between waul Boanl and tta
applicant, such period to be not less
It is foolish to think you can Kain a than ten nor more than thirty-six years;
good clear complexion by the use of face but any debtor may liquiilate any part
powder. Get at the root of the trouble or all of his indebtedness in amounts of
and thoroughly cleanse the system with $50 or multiples thereof upon any
a treatment of Dr. King’s New Life amortization payment date.
Pills. Gentle and mild in action, do
not gripe, yet they relieve the liver by
their action on the bowels. Good for
The rate of interest on loans shall tie
young, adults and aged. Go after a five per cent per annum, provided that
clear complexion today. 25c. at your in case any series of Mid Farm Credit
Bonds is sold at an average of lees than
par, the Board may charge upon such
farm loans as are made from the pro
Death of Alexander Havill
ceeds of the series so sold below par a
rate of interest in excess of five ;«er tent,
Alexander H. Havill of 9665 43d I but which shall not exceed by more
avenue, died Tuesday the 30th at 2 ' than one per cent the rate which the
p. m. of heart trouble induced from I State must pay for the fuuds actually
near asphysiation while working in the I obtained from the disposal of its said
Idaho mines several months ago.
bomis. The Boar«!, however, shall re-
. Mr. Havill leaves a wife and several ! quire each applicant to pay an initial
sons and daughters. He will be buried charge of one per cent of tlie Joan grant
from Kenworthy’s, at two o’clock Fri ed the minimun charge to I* ten dollars
day. He was a native of England an to cover the cost of appraisal and exami-
has been connected with the Christian 1 nation of title.
All surplus funds accruing from the
operation of the system of rural credit
\ herein provided for after paying interest
accruing on the aforesaid bonds, and all
If your child is dull, pale, fretful and
wants to lie around, the chances are it operating and other expenses arising
from the administration of said system
is suffering from worms.
rural credit shall be placed in the
Worm Killer, a pleasant candy confec
tion, liked by all children is what your ' State Treasury and become a part of a
child needs. You only give one-half to , fund to be known as the "Rural Credit
Reserve Fund.” Said Rural Credit Re
one lozenge at a time and you get im
serve Fund shall tie loaned on farm
Every mother should
lands in the manner herein provided for
have a box on hand.
25c. at all
the Rural Credit Ixian Fund, and the
interest accruing from loans made from
said Rural Credit Reserve Fund shall be
added to*it and become part of it. The
! said Rural Credit Reserve Fund shall
, lie irreducible except that it may be
The Eighth Grade graduates of the drawn upon to reimburse the state for
Gilbert School will present the follow loss incurred in the administration of
ing program Friday night, June the said system of rural credit.
second at 8:15:
A Two Act Farce entitled, “A Case of
The legislative assembly shall provide
SuspensionA Song by Seven Boys, in such detail as it shall deem adviMble
“JohDny Smoker;” Solo, N. G. Hedin: for the carrying out and administering
Character Song, (by request) "Three of the provisions of this amendment and
Maids of Lee;” Claes History, Loren shall provide
Wille; Clase Prophecy, Alfred Ander against the use of such loans as an aid
son ; Claee Will, Fred Singer; Address to the purchasing and holding of lands
to Class, J. McCormick ; Presentation for purposes of speculation. Such safe
of Diplomas, by E. M. Calkins. Ice guards shall include clear definitions of
cream for refreshments.
the terms "operate” and “occupy”
The following composes the clam used herein.
In the absence of such
organization and pupils who
will legislation, and subject to the Mme after
graduate: Dalebert Hayes, President: its enactment, the State Land Board
Fay Wills, Vice Pre. ’dent; Loren Wille, shall proceed to administer Mid system
Secretary; Alfred Anderson, Reynold of rural credits under rules and regula
Myron tions provided by itself, but subject to
Guisnees, Mend Adams, Everett Clow. the provisions herein contained.
Well Children Are Active
Rumors My that aluminum is in the
The provisions of the constitution and
hills near Silverton.
laws of Oregon in conflict with this
amendment are hereby repealed in so
Three sawmills are running full time far only as they conflict herewith. The
provisions of this amendment shall tie
self-executing, and shall take effect and
lie in operation 60 days after their ap
Monmouth is preparing to pave three proval ami adoption by the people of
blocks on main street.
Roseburg has let a contract for a pub
Milton and Freewater are enjoying a
lic building to cost $83,745.
f>------------------------------------ ■ PtRIINlNF pitPARFDNfSS
FOR THE POULTRYMAN
The good ok! summer time. Only It
d«m't look much like summer yet.
Miss Goldie Williams of Windom,
Mont., is visiting with her stater, Mrs.
August Berdenaladn and will protably
remain through tlie summer as thia ia
probably the finest summer climate to
be enjoyed anywhere.
There la a great show for a fine crop
of berries of all kinds including huckle
berries and tlie wild running blackber
ries which are among the treat we have.
Au article in «>ue of tlie agricultural
pa|«ra contains a statement that a 1000
bushels of artichokes can be raised from
a aiugle acre of ground and that hens
will lay better fed on artichokes than
almost any other feed and that horses
will leave grain to eat them and that
hogs will fatten readily on them as well
as cattle an«! dial the tops make excel
lent fodder for both cattle and horses.
No need for any rancher to be po«ir it
thia ia true.
Tlie first freak bet of the season is
made and that is of a voter here who
agree« to walk and carry a 50 lb. salmon
on his back all the way to Portland If
Te«idy is elected.
Over twenty applications have beeu
uia-ie for the school at Brightwood and
half that number for tlie school here.
This schoolmarm business ia carried to
the extreme and the whole state is over
run with them.
Nature will remedy
tins matter io a certain extent as in a
lew yeans at die outside must of them
will be wives and mothers.
One of our citizens while in f*ortland
lately, aake«l a biuumws man to refer
him to a gixxl lawyer and got thia reply,
“there are no gotxl lawyers.** Tlie city
ia so overrun with diem that ttay are
obliged to resort to all sorts of tricks to
get a living. This ia putting it rather
strong but it is certain we are over sup
plied with laiwyers, Doctors, Teacliers
and Preachers, all of whom are a tax
upon the people, the real wealth pro
ducers, and add nodiing to U>e wealth
of the state.
By C. C. Lamb, Extension Poultry
Bpreialiat, O. A. C.
When th«* «-hicks are weanixl awsy
from the hens or brooders, and other
farm work tagina to press, don't forget
that the growing flock still needs care
ful atUmlion. Your reward of first eggs
laid by the pullets about Novemtar I
will be determined by how well you
have kept tta birds developing under
A 6 x H opeu front, shed roof, port«
able cofony house furnish«*« and ideal
shelter tor maturing chickens uu the
range. On«-hun«ired chicks can be
accomodated in a house this size until
the oockerah are about broiler size,
when ttay shout«! be separated and sold
or moved to uther quarters. Usually all
the pullets may remain in the house
Dr. P. «1. O'DONNELL
ir.'nd St. and Faster Road, over tta
Phone Tatar 3214
Sewing of ail kinds at
home or by the day
Mrs. Geo. Haddon
Cash Shoe Repairing Shop
6009 92ml 81. South of Ktatfoo, Lettie
A splendid place to locate the colony
house is along tta edge of a corn field or
sun flower patch or in an orchard.
Plenty of green food should be available
during the entire summer. Hummer
kale or rape makes good green foods
during the dry season when properly
Now ia the time to plan the supply of
green fond for next winter’s layers.
Provide for a patch of kale or some
other crop of succulents tor winter use.
Be sure that tlie chicks are rousting on
perches as s«xm as old enough. There is
usually trouble ahead if ttay hud«lle
together at night in a corner.
Fresh ground, free raifijeand plenty of
shade are important and profitable fac
tors in raising poultry.
The Herald Is Only
$1.00 Per Year
DO IT NOW I
If individuals become diseased. kUI
by cracking (or diakx-aling) tta neck,
an«l burn the carcass.
Dr. Boyd of Portland, minister of the
The colony house should ba «fry and
First Presbyterian Church at that place, well ventilated and free from draughts.
and who has a summer home here, ia
reported as Mying, "that a class—a
Drinking and feed dish«« always ne*«l
small class at that—are inspire«! mil frequent cleansing.
lionaires, to do the great business of the
country and that upon them devolves
Never ralax vigilance in watching for
the duty of building up the church and
lice and mites.
taking care of the p«x>r.” This sounds
a g«xxl deal like Divine Right Baer of
Fee«I the little chicks clean, untainted
Penn., who said, “God Almighty had
seen fit to give tlie anthracite coal re food. Musty or moldy tax! is liable to
gions of Penn., to a few kind, Christian bring disease and serious trouble.
If prepared chick feed is used, buy
g«-nt!emen.” And Old Baer saw fit to
quality. Tta cracked coni in the
grind tlie life out of tlie poor mine/»
who worke«! in the«* mines owne«l ,by a chick feed may be musty if too old and
few kind (?) Christian gentlemen (?) it it has tx-en heated in any way.
If your miller can supply a go«xl g^ad«-
until Teddy got after them with a “big
stick.” No, Dr. Boyd, your inspired of cracked com ami cracked wheat, you
millionaires are not to be truste«l with can make a good efficient home mixture
tta wealth of the country to do with as of chick fool.
A chick ration that is Ux> concen
they please as we all know that enor
mous wealth hardens a man’s heart and trated will cause digestive troubles. A
renders him entirely callous to the want ration that is too bulky will not furnish
and misery around him with the single enough nourishment for Mlisfactory
exception of Ford, who ia not a pro growth.
Don’t fr>rg«-t that tlx* growing chick
fessing Chistian at all.
The door of op
portunity must not be closed to the needs just as carefully a balanceil ration
humblest person in the land and any. as the laying hen. Ash, grit, charcoal,
forward kicking man or woman who j succulent green l«xxl an«l animal (<»xi
can not see a tatter day «fawning for are important'elements in the chick’s
the sincere and earnest individual is not ration.
Tta following ration and method of
gifted with much discernment or per-
spicuty. The doctor ia an abb- man and chick feeding is us«i successfully at the
has many excellent traits of character Oregon experiment station, and is
but old Scotch Preebyteranism is a recommendtxi:
Starting food. Bran mixed crumbly
tiling of the past inaugurated by a
soft boikxl egg; or bread squ«*ez«*d
dangerous lunatic, John Calvin, who
declared “if Servetus ever comes to dry out of milk.
Grain mixture. 1 pint cracked wh«*at,
Geneva, 1 will see to it that he never
leaven it alive,” and he accordingly had 1 pint cracked corn.
Mash mixture. 3 lbs. wheat bran,
him burned to death over a slow tire.
What was that but cold-bloode«i pre- 1 lb. wheat middlings or shorts.
meditated murder? The offense that com meal. Pinch of salt added when
Servetus was guilty of was that he was a mixing.
First feed time. 24 to 36 hours.
Unitarian as great and brainy men
First week. Starting foo<i twice a
generally are. Religion does not consist
of building a Church House as nort of day; grain mixture three times a day on
an annex to the First Presbyterian clean Mtid; after two or three days,
Church, costing $60,(JOO, where some in grain litter; clean water; grit, char
spired (?) millionaires can assemble and coal, cracked bone, in separate dishes;
stuff their over-gorged stomachs full of green food.
One to three weeks. One fee«! a day
rich food while poor women, not a
stone’s throw away, have to sell their of moist mash, what chicks will clean up
I ks lies to keep from starving, nud able- in an hour; grain mixture in litter two
bodieil men vainly search for work up or three times a day; grit, charcoal,
an<l down the streets of Portland. Try cracked tane, andlx-ef scrap in hoppers;
some other scheme Doctor, that won’t water; green food.
Three to six week.
Morning feed of
work. Nothing ia ever settled until it is
moist mash; two feeds of grain mixture;
A person here lately from Portland dry middlings in a hopper, if signs of
says anti-Catholic feeling was very scrap, water, grit, charcoal, cracked
strong at the spring elections in Port tane, always available; milk to drink;
land and that a person connected with green food.
After six weeks or on range. Morn
that organization was generally let out.
ing meal of moist mash ; two fee«Is of
The high tide of this Church has
grain mixture; milk (or beef scrap),
passed in thia country without a doubt
charcoal, grit, bone, water. Oats may
as their vast hordea of ignorant follow-
be added to the grain mixture, if de
era are no longer coming -over from
sired ; the proportion of wheat may be
Europe and they can not flourish and
increased or decrease«! as it Jiecomee
increase in an atmosphere of free schools
lower or higher in price than corn.
and speech, which is why they oppose
both. There are some good Catholics
but their record in history as a Church
Public opinion has practically put the
is ba«l and damnable and every country quietus on tlie contemplated strike of
where they have gained the supremacy the four leading unions on al! the rail
as in Spain and Mexico they have com roads of the country. They are now
pletely ruined. They will never run talking tta question over among them
this country ami their foreign priests selves and the word has been passed
inig^t as well understaml it first as last. along that, there will be no strike even
Thie is the land of Washington, Jeffer if tlie railroads do not grant all the de
son, Franklin, Jackson, Lincoln, Roose mands made by the orders. When
velt, Wilson, Garfield and McKinley, public opinion becomes set in its way
even heads of great unions and great
all straight Americans with no taint of corjsirations take notice.—The tabanon
kingcraft or priestcraft.
Tin Shop in Lents
91 and Foster
STOVE and FUR
We make all kinds of chicken
suppliefi, champion Sanitary
Fountains, Grit and Shell
Boxea, Dry and Wet Mash
Hoppers and Troughs.
We will Make Anything Ton
Want out of Sheet Metal
GUTTERING and ROOFING
Bring in Your Repairing, No Job
J. P. Fin ley & Son
Montgomery and Fifth St
One Place of ButineM Only
Phone Main 9