The Oregon daily journal. (Portland, Or.) 1902-1972, September 03, 1911, Page 30, Image 30

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barley, corn and ry ' from the grain
field; alfalfa, timothy and clover from
th hay field; apples, peaohe. pear,
grapes, prunes and plums from the or
chards; and perries and ; vegetables of
all kinds from the gardena vl , , 1
The livestock men will show thorough
bred horses, cattle, sheep and hogs,
and the poult rymen an amazing exhibit
of the feathered tribe. i
One of the principal' features of the
racing program will be the three day
1 5 mile relay race in whUih, there sr
four entries. Each entry must consist
of a string of five - horses andy the
rider must' change horses at ' the end
of very half mil, unsaddling; ana
addling; his horse each tloie.r "v -i"t.
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; V Full Out of Car Window. ;
- Utlca. Ky Sept. a. William Kana,
a circus performer, fell out of his Pull
man car window while asleep; Ha wm
unhurt, although th train was ffolng
40 miles an hour,
' Whales Feed on Popcorn.
Boston, ' Sept . 2,e-Temptd by pop
corn thrown astern two whales raced
.78 miles with the 'steamer Boston from
Nova Scotia. , y;
Proaram Covers Wide Range
and Lflrne Attendance Is;
Assured; Portland Day Oc
casion for Big Excursion.
'Kpec-lal to The Jonrnl. 1
Salem. Or., Sept. 2. As long ago as
January preparations were started to
ward making the state, fHir open on
time with all the entertainment that it
was possible to rowd into a single
week. Probably the 1110M Interesting
feature that e"iild le crowded into the
opening day was th derision to make
"Pioneer's Day" blaze tr.fc way of the
fair. The occasion will be one of un
uaual interest
. Woodmen of the World Tsy Tues
day Is sure to be a re ord-breaker.
With the dedication of their own build
ing on the fair grounds, the Woodmen
decided that the semi-ofniennim u i.i
Oregon State Fair is the best time to
wake a demonstration.- It was this
spirit which enabled the members of the
order to erect their building In a single
day, and all who heard of their feat
Not in years has "Salem Day" looked
BO bright. All the merchants w-tll close
their stores and factories at noon
Wednesday to allow all who wish to
attend the fair program at the grounds.
For this day there will be numerous
free attractions. The race of homing
pigeons from Salem to Portland will be
a feature of "Salem Day." as will a bee
exhibition by Herman Ahlers. These
features and the. convention of the Ore
gon Pure Bred Livestock association are
L . 1. Cnlom lis.' w)nllA with '
enuugu iu .'in . . . . . - -
entertainment and instruction.
Portland day Thursday Is expected
to be the biggest day in the history of
the fair, when attendance in considered.
There will be special excursions, in
which the Portland Ad club, the Port
land Press club, the Portland Commer
cial club, the Rotary club, Realty
Board and smuller organizations
will participate. If the Judges
have conlempUtec! their work in
time it is planned to hold the parade
of premium .winning livestock on Port
land Day. This feature is not definitely
settled because no one can le sure that
the judges will have ilb'poted of the
wards in time to allow thv presenta
tion of thi3 .feature.
None are working harder for success
than the allied German speaking soci
eties of Ore-son. They intend to make
Friday the clay set aside for their spe
cial benefit one of the best of the week.
Aside from the prtcial features offered
on specttl ilays a.o the livestock exhib
its, the poultry competitions, tl.e horse
how and divers features which are
proper only with a state fair. The en
tries in the poultry sections do not close
until September ,i, ho that It Is not
fofsible to give an Idea hk to what
extent the clasr-es will be filled.
All the railroad lines hav granted
reduced rates on account of the Oregon
State Fair, and special rates are yiven
to those who exhibit.
(Special to The Journal.)
Eugene, Or., Sept. J. The Lane coun
ty fair, .which will be held In Eugene
September 20-23, will be the largest in
the history of the fair association. In
former years Eugene combined with
Roseburg In holding the district fair
alternately in each city, but Eugene two
years ago was separated from the
Second Southern Oregon district and
now conducts her fair alone. This Is
much more satisfactory, one reason br
ing that a fair Is held here each year
and another being that the management
is entirely In locnl hands.
The Lane County Fair association has
recently built a large addition to the
exhibit pavilion, adding a thij-d more
pace, and indications are that the ad
dition will not provide enough space
for the many exhibits that are promised.
Aside from the addition to the pavilion,
seven booth, each 12 by 12 feet, have,
been erei tod for concessions and all
have been taken.
The races this year promise to be
better than ever. The fair will be held
Immediately after the stale fair at
Salem closes, and many of the best
horses in the races there will be brought
to Eugene. Besides thg usual large
cash purses a handsome cup has been
offered, to be competed for by gentle
men's driving hordes. Sam Douglas,, a
resident of Eugene, has also offered a
cash purse of J50 for this event.
Reports from farmers who Intend to
place exhibits this year Indicate that
the stock exhibit will be the best ever
seen at a fair in Eugene. In former
years this department has not been up
to standard, but the managers of that
department state that assurances are
had hat the livestock stalls will all be
filled by the best animals to be found
in the county.
(jSpeclnl to The Juurpnl J
Toledo, or., Sept. 2. The third an
nual county fair, which will be held
at Toledo, September 5 to 8, promises i
to eclipse the two preceding fairs. The
management will give cash prizes on
all classes of exhibits this year, while
heretofore they have lven ribbons.
Another reason Is because exhibitors
are awaking to the benefits derived from
making a good showing at the fair, and
take pride in their exhibits.
Colonel Olmstesd will deliver an ad
dress Tuesday. Congressman Hawley on
Wednesday. Governor West Friday and
other noted personages will help to
make Pioneer day a nuccess.
The railroad company has promised
rate of one fare and a third for round
trip tickets to.lho fair.
(HtweU) to Tb Jonrnal. )
Ontario, Or., Sept. 2. Extensive pre-
psratlohs are being made for the sec
ond annual Malheur county fair, which
will be .held September 2 to 30. The
fair promises to be much bigger and
better then last year's, which proved a
decided success In every wsy. The Mal
heur County Fair aso"cUtion la a mem
ber of the Eautern Oregon and Southern
Idaho association and Is on the circuit
with Baker. Boise and Caldwell,
Idaho. . The racing programs for these
four fairs are uniform and the fastest
horses In the west will be seen on these
four tracks the last two weeka In Sep-
mw www1' "wmmm- i
1 Entrance to Yamhill county school
Orandatand and race track, Malheur County fair, Ontario. 5 Women's Rest Roomi State fair.
tember and the first two weeks in Oc
tober. Another feature that is attracting at
tention Is the roping and broncho rid
ing contests. The best ropers and rid
ers of Oregon, Idaho, Montana and Wy
oming are expected to be here to take
part In the' contests. Bcouts are now
out scouring the country for wild cat
tle and outlaw horses to beiswd in the
contests at the Ontario fair grounds.
As this is a very favorable crop year
the exhibits of fruits, grains, grasses
and vegetables will be of the best seen
anywhere. Nyssa, Jordan valley and
the upper Willow creek country have
long ago secured exhibit space and each
of the localities as well as Ontario and
Vale wlTl endeavor hard to take tha
sweepstake prizes in fruit and -agricultural
The livestock department will also
be well represented, as the stockmen of
this section are Just beginning to get in
terested In blooded stock and the prizes
offered and the desire to get others In
terested will bring an Interesting dis
play of livestock to the fair this year.
8jm"I1 to Tb Journal )
Medford, Sept. 2. Medford is making
great preparations for the district fair
which will be held In October. Haclng
and sports will furnish amusement
while the first annual poar show will
be held In spacious buildings erected
for that purpose. A fair association
has been organized which will endeavor
to make the pear show an annual fea
ture in this city and develop it from
year to year until It becomes of na
tional scope.
A splendid racing card has been ar
ranged which will attract horses from
various parts of the state. Several large
purses have been hung and five days
will be devoted to the sport. An en
deavor will also be mado to have a
number of automobile races pulled off,
as the races held during the Fourth of
July cClebrntion were a great success.
I'ears will he exhibited from all parts
of southern Oregon. Prizes will be of
fered for each variety. Produce and
other fruits will also be entered.
Mining men are making preparations
to have, a lnre mineral display shown
in order to attract the attention of those
who are a not familiar with local min
ing conditions.
(Sorrlal to The Journal )
Roseburg. Or., Sept 2. The eigh
teenth H.nnunl exhibition of the Second
Kouthern Oregon District Agricultural
society will bo held In Roseburg, cdm
menclng Tuesday, September 26, and
continuing five days. C W. Parrott,
of Roseburg, is president and A. T. Mar
shall, of Kosehurg, is secretary of the
association. The board of commission
ers is composed of members from Rose
burg. Oakland, Eugene, Bandon, Marsh
field and jold Heach.
Premiums are offered for stock and
articles raised or owned in Lane, Doug
las, Coos and Curry counties. More
than $5000 Is offered In premiums aside
from the speed prizes, which amount to
SJOno, ' Special attention will be given
to the agricultural Interests of the dis
trict, and valuable premiums for all
klnriH of manufactured goods and pro
ducts will be offered.
The fair grounds are one mile cast
of Roseburg, and form a natural am-
fair. 2 Main Sstreet, Pendleton,
phltheatre. A large portion of the
ground is covered y a natural grove,
offering an ideal place for camping.
Good water is plentiful. A large num
ber of people annually spend the entire
week On the ground.poming from a con
siderable distance and camping.
While the raclnf feature of the fair
will bo prominent, it will not over
shadow the agricultural interests. Spe
cial effort will be made to emphasize
the agricultural resources of the dis
trict. There Is probably no similar awea
in the United States which produces a
greater variety of agricultural and hor
ticultural products, and the Fair asso
ciation is making a strenuous effort
to secure a comprehensive line of ex
hibits. The district covers a territory
extending from the Cascade mountains
to the Pacific ocean, including the coast
range. ( )n account of the topography,
the diversity of products is great.
(Speclsl to The Journal.)
McMlnnvIlle; Or., Sept. 2. Yamhill
county Is making large preparations
for its fourth annual county school
fair, which Is to be held September 19
to 22. There are about 86 districts In
this county, most of which take an
active Interest In the fair. One thous
and dollars will be given in cash pre
miums, besides numerous prizes offered
by the merchants and business men of
the county.
The poultry exhibit will no doubt be
the best ever shown In tills county.
September 19 will occur the big school
parade. A free automobile ride Is to be
given every school officer, teacher and
pupil participating in the maroh. A
special feature of the fair will be the
baby show. Eight silver loving cups
are offored as prizes for the prettiest
baby boy and girl of one, two and three
years of age and a prize for the best
decorated baby buggy. Another feature
will be the Indian pony parade and
war dance by the Yamhill Indians of
the Grande Ronde reservatloi.
Lectures will be given dally on dairy
ing, grain, fruit and stock industries.
A baseball game, has been arranged
for each day between the leading teams
of the county for the county champion
ship. - i
The school fair Idea was originated
In 1907 by R. L. Alderman, state super
intendent, nt that time superintendent
of this oounty. Ills purpose was to en
courage boys and girls to learn the
varied Industries and practical pursuits
of life before they werjSythrown upon
their own resources.
Besides the exhibits by school dis
tricts, individual and collective, there
will be a general county exhibit of ag
ricultural products, fruits and grains
and the women's exhibit of fancy work,
sewing, ' painting, cooking, etfc.
. ,
(Special to Tbe Jonmift. I
Dallas, Or., Sept. 2. On September 6
to 9 the first annual Polk county liar
vest festival and carnival will be held
in Dallas. The object of the fair is to
bring together the agricultural prod
ucts of the county, and to encourage
th,a farmers to more careful cultiva
tion, and advertise the products of Polk
county. The main exhibit tent will be.
erected on the courthouse lawn, east of
the court house. First, second and third
during Round-Up parade. 3-
prizes will be awarded on exhibits. Al
ready the committees have enough ex
hibits entered to Insure the success of
the fair. At the close of the festival
the entire exhibit will be sent to the
state fair as a county display.
Wednesday, September 6, will be Arti
sans' day; Thursday, September 7, In
dependence day; Friday, September 8,
Falls City day, and Saturday, Septem
ber 9, Dallas day. On Friday and Sat
urday special trains will run to and
from Falls City and Black Rock,
Among the special attractions will be
a balloon ascension dally, baseball
games, public speaking and various
sports. On Saturday there will be a
baby show and a public wedding on
the court house lawn: During the day
music will be furnished by three bands
and concerts in the evening by the Dal
las band.
The harvest festival Is being conduct
ed by the combined efforts of the com
mercial clubs of Dallas, Falls City and
Independence. Edwin Jacobson of Dal
las is chairman of the committee.
(Sperlul to The Journal.)
The Dalles, Or., Sept. 2. "The fair
to be held In The Dalles during the
first week of October will bo the big
gest and best ever held by the Second
Eastern Oregon Agricultural society,"
said James D. Riddell, who has traveled
over Sherman, Wasco, Hood River and
Klickitat counties in the interest of the
association. Mr. Riddell said he found
farmers everywhere enthusiastic over
the coming event and will come to the
fair with the best, products that the
country has raised this year. Mr. Rid
dell says there will be many fine prod
ucts shown. He has already gathered
a large amount of grains and grasses,
and the fruit and vegetable exhibits,
while they will not be up to the stand
ard of former years, from the fact that
the quality thB year is Inferior, will be
Very - good; Fancy stock breeders
throughout the district are putting their
animals In show shape, and the number
shown will be greater than ever before.
The Speed program Is so arranged and
the purses offered being so liberal, that
good racing events are assured. The
new buildings at the fair grounds are
nearirtg completion and will all be In
readiness for the opening day.
(Special to The Journal.)
Pendleton, Or., "Sept. 2. From prep
arations which have been made and
from other reliable indications, the an
nual Morrow-Umatilla county fair,
which is to open in this city September
11, and eontlnue through the. week, is
to be one of the largest district fairs
In the northwest this year. It has al
ways been one of the big events of the
year for . people of the two counties,
and has drawn thousands of people to
gether annually, but since the inaugura
tion of the Round-up as an additional
attraction, there are thousands of peo
ple from outside districts in the. city
during; fair week.
A special '.effort has been made to
prepare exhibits that will tell the
strangers something of the vast re
sources of this district. The grain belt,
the sheep. and Rattle ranges the famous
Mltton-Freewater fruit district, the Ir
rigated lands, the diversified farms of
the Weston mountain section, in fact
Judging cattle at the state fair. 4
6 Pavilion at the Roseburg fair.
every part of the broad 'area of Umatil
la and Morrow counties will give up
samples of the best products for the
education of those who enter the fair
Special efforts are also being made to
provido entertainment. Bowen's band
of Spokane, has been engaged to fur
nish music afternoons and evenings,
and several star vaudeville performers
have been engaged to fill out the
speaking and musical programs each
(Special to The Journal.)
Prlneville. Or., Sepf. 2. Several silver
trophies of beautiful design have been
offered by James J. Hill for the best
dry farming products of Crook county
to be awarded at the seventh annual
Central Oregon fair to be held for f,our
days beginning October 11. The fair Is
to be held under the auspices both of
the First Central Oregon Agricultural
society and the Central Oregon Live
stock & Agricultural association. James
J. llill, the spirit behind the Oregon
Trunk and other Hill lines, Is one of
the chief patrons.
The fair promises to be the most com
plete and pretentious exhibition of live
stock and agricultural products ever
gathered In the Interior. For one month
agents have been feathering grasses,
grains, vegetables and fruits for this
exhibition. As the county of Crook is
larger than the state of New Jersey
It requires considerable time to cover
every part of the county.
(Special to The Journal.)
Junction City, Or., Sept. 2. The sec
ond annual Pumpkin Show held by the
Junction City Pumpkin Show assocla
tion'wlll be held in the Washburn rink,
September 28-30. The show last year
was a surprise to the promoters, the
prime movers being the ladies. Liberal
premiums are offered In all depart
ments. Last year only field and gar
den products, school, needle and art
work were exhibited. This year poultry
has been added. The special feature
of the show will bo the pumpkin. For
the largest pumpkin shown a B0 steel
range as a special by the Junction City
Hardware company, will be given, and
the association will give a cash prize
of J5. In the baby show contest 85
will ' be given for the prettiest baby,
$2.60 for the fattest baby under 18
The largest pjimpkln pie exhibited
will draw a $5 'prize.
(Special to The Journal.
Enterprise, Or., Sept. 2. It will be a
varied exWbtlon of the resources of
Wallowa county at the sixth annual
Wallowa county falr-at Enterprise Oc
tober 2 to 7. The farmers In every scc
tlort are busy preparing and preserving
the best samples of the products of the
soil, and getting their livestock I in
shape for show purposes. The capacity
of the buildings of the fair will be
taxed to the utmost, according to the
reservations "of space already" made.
There will be exhibitions of. wheat,.oU,
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Alveolar Dentistry
Does Away Entirely With Plates and Bridgework
Modern Business Ethics
Up to the year eighteen hundred
seventy-six, the business world was
tainted by trickery in trade. The meth
ods of booth and baaar were every
where practiced. Business was barter,
and he who could cheat and not get
caught was accounted clever. On .the
customs of the time there was no copy
right. They were a take on from mon
archical davg. But a new ethics has
arrived. Within ten years" time the
thought has gone through the entire
business fabric that to cheat and not
-et caught is really a worse calamity
than to get caught. To he caught means
that someone has applied the brake, and
you are given pause.
Not to get caught means that you
are headed for the precipice on the
high clirfch and down grade. To cheat
another is to cheat yourself. Theology
did no! teach us this, for precept and
preaching never touch our lives. We
shed them.
We are moved in only one way, and
that Is bv self Interest. Cut off our
food supply and we are no longer
apathetic. And self Interest Is a form
of selfishness' It Is the desire for life.
It is the Instinct of self preservation
in action. It was all a matter of mental
growth evolution. The discovery of
truth an our most valuable business as
set is the one great achievement of the
age in which wo live. For truth there
Is no substitute, and this discovery
was made by business men. Honesty
as a working rollcy was first put forth
by Benjamin Franklin, and his remark
was regarded as a pleasantry until yes
There are only two things In the
world Art and Nature. Art Is man's
Interpretation of Nature, the way Na
ture affects him. Intelligence is under
standing Nature and allying one's self.
The man who Invented the Alveolar
method of dentistry was a genius, "by
accident, perhaps," but none the less a
Senius. He knew that his work to en
ure must be artistic, and In close
proximity to Nature. He therefore set
Race Week at Portland
- SEPTEMBER 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 AND 9, 1911
The DIuc Ribbon Meeting of the West
$30,000 in Purses
California, Utah, Colorado and the Canadian Provinces
will compete.
THURSDAY, THE $10,000 2:12 TROT
of Vew York City will sing all the week, beginning Tuesday, Sept. S.
will give a thrilling- Hough Biding: and Taney Hoping Exhibition.
Race Week comes only once a year and this is
Portland's own Fall Festival. ;
Portland Fair and Live Stock Exposition
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about to devise a plan by which missing
teeth could be replaced more beautifully
than the natural ones, - yet look and
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Alveolar .Dental Co. what it is. the
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dental concern In tha world 12 offices
80.000 satisfied patients to refer to In
eight years is going some.
Alveolar Teeth Where Bridgework Is
If only your front teeth are left, say,
three or four or more, we can replace
all those that have been lost on both
sides clear back, with perfect Alveolar
teeth, whilst bridgework would be im
possible, even if you had elh or ten
front teeth to tie to. If you have only
two back teeth on each side, say,
molars, we can supply all the front
teeth that are missing with beautiful,
serviceable, life-long. Alveolar teeth.
This could not possibly bo done by the
bridge route. And where bridgework
Is possible there is no comparison be
twoen the two. A very large percent
age of our work Is taking out bridge
work put in by supposedly hlgh-'class
dentists, and replacing it with the
beautiful and artistic Alveolar teeth.
And. unlike bridgework in another re
spect. It is practically painless. No
boring or cutting Into the gums, noth
ing to be dreaded. Now, ..then, prices
being equal, which would you choose?
Curing Pyorrhea (loose teeth t, a dis
ease given up by other dentists, as In
curable, is another of our specialties.
We cure It absolutely. It is a boastful
statement to make, but we can do any
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