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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 21, 1910)
”To«’ added David w tth a si»h. "ano
the eighth year II. the ninth year IT
seemed to brush away and obliterate
and tenth year It per tree. Ily plant
all traees of hts sorrow amt .hie stus.
ing 1« feet apart 75 trees can be sot
They did not speak during
to the acre
This would give a net
homeward Journey, and
return of |300 an acre the leuth yea.',
roach»«! their rooms David paced un
which would be equal to a 15.000 In
easily tuiekuai-xl and forward until the
veeiment at it per cent, This la a very
shadows of evening had fallen
he suddenly observed that It was dusk,
Wo have Been
he took hts hat ami went out Into the
"Going up to hear that lecture on
ten-year-old trees at different places
streets There was something so rest
which yielded front 10 to to bushels, appendloltls to-day?” "Naw, I'm tired
less and unnatural about hie move
and large trees which yielded from JO of these organ recitals.”
ments m to excite the suspicion of hie
By CHARLES FREDERIC GOSS
to 50 bushels.
Hese That's a qalut ring you are
friend, who waited for a single mo
Ten acres of the sand pears at th» wearing
la It an heirloom? Tes*—
ment and then hurried after him.
sbovo conservative estimale woul.t Well. It dates from the Conquest
The ntght was calm and clear, the
According to Prof Whitney ot the
tiring 13.000 Income, or equal to a
autumn stare were shining In a cl.uid- I'ureau ot Soil, United States lie part
"The world wipe. Its feet on me.”
less sky. snd the tide of life which had
$50,000 Investment, at 0 per cent.
xuld the doormat
"Aml every niau's
surged through the buoy streets all day •ueiit of Agriculture, a soil to be fertile
hninl 1la against tn©. " said tbs push-
was ebbing like the waters from ths must contain a sufllclent quantity ot
bays and estuaries along the shore of ths ash Ingredients ot the plants to lie
come to see you. Suppose that a great
Whether there la a good or poor
cultivated, and the*» must be In such
To hts own unbounted astonishment change had come over him; that he.
(the You've seen
A few moments' walking brought soluble condition as to be taken up fruit crop It will pay to keep thefiult Would >ou cell her pretty?
this young man who had long ago too, had suffered deeply: that your
abandoned hts faith in Christianity, "ife had discovered his treachery and David to a w elrd spectacle. A torch by the growing plants. Soils once ter
trees as free from disease and Injurl might It I were talking to Charley
began to plead like an apostle for the left him; that he had bitterly repent I had been erected above a low plat
ous luaecta ns passible
tile are said to be exhausted when de
"It you ha«l to .boo»«» between me
practice of its centra! and fundam—*al ed; that ho had made such atonement form on which stood a man of most
and uninjured tree Io more liable to
: and a million duller» which wuuld you
as he could for hls sin that it was he
bear and prove profitable than the
"My friend.- he said, with a new sol w ho has l*een caring for you tn those I kw)ked Ilk© a giant In th© wavering plant nutrition, but rest snd mrllorat
taker "Id take the million; after
The thut yuu'd Im easy."
light of the torch. H© was dressed In Ing treatment will. In time, restore one full of disease and Injury.
emnity In his manner, you are on the last hours, could you t ot pardon him?”
threshold of another world; how dare
These words produced an extraordi
”.NIr« car.” "Yea.” ”1» It the latest
you present yourself to the Judge of nary effect on the dying man. For the was bare; great locks of reddish hair
Until past the
year 1750 no Just clean and healthy.
thltiK In carsF* ”1 guess so. It has
all the earth with a passton like this first time he Identified his enemy with curled round hts tempi«-© and f©ll down Idea* upon the rotation of crops seem
Borers are among the most Insidi
In your heart?”
his friend, as as the discovery dawned upon hls should©rs. Hls massive coun ed to have been formed In any part ot ou» peats of the apple orchard In »out» never gotten me anywhere oil time
ysf Houston Cost
In the momentary rest the beggar upon his mind a convulsion seised and
On account of their habits
bad recovered strength enough to re shook his frame. He slowly and pain
mind, and beamed with rest and p©ac©. England.
Church Ever make any money on
ply: It is t-t-true. I am on the fully struggled to a sitting posture,
As he sang an old familiar hymn, he
a Wall 811 eel Up? Gotham Yea; a
threshold of another world!
I didn’t lifted his right hand above hts head l«.mkvd around upon hls audience with tor the disintegrating action of the at
fellow told tue to keep »way from
use to b-b-believe there was one. but I and said in tones that rang with mu an expression such as
no mosphere. rain and froel to prepare roots, as sometimes recommended, are
There must be!
Would It cous power of by-gone days:
The most eflklenl there. - Yonkers Statesman
doubt, from th© countenance of the new material from the rock particles utterly useless
b-b-be right for such d-d-devils as the
Hhr lie has a most extraordinary
"If I had known that I was eating Christ when He spok© to th© multi In the soil and get It In a form to be means ot preventing damage from
one that wrecked my life to g-g-go un his b-b-bread. It would have choked
tudes on the shores of I*ak© Genewsa-
used by the plaut. One crop may use these posts Is by anual Instwctlon or figure, basivi hs? He—Thal e su
punished* Not if I know anything' ms! Send him to me’ Where Is he?” ret.
up the available food ot a part lrul.tr the trees and removal of the grubs txilleve an umbrella Is atarul His only
They get away from us here, but If
'I am here.” said David, quietly en
Close to the small platform was a
Various thing he can buy ready made*
faster than It cen he prepared with a sharp potuted knife
eternity is as long as they s-s-say it tering the door. “I am here to throw circle of street Arabs, awed Into si kind
They say hla wife wax the Inspira
is. I’ll And D-D-Dave Corson* If It t-t- myself on your mercy and to beg you. lence and respect by th© charm of this by these natural agencies When prop protective measures are also
One ot the most effective Is to paint tion uf sot nr uf hla lx*wt plays** “Yea.
takes the whole of It. and when I f-f- for the love of God. to forgive me.”
remarkable personality, Next to them
the lower part of the stem In late He produced them lx-fore he was mar
find him—” he paused again, gasping
As he heard the familiar voles, the came a ring of women some of them prepare food for another
He made one last old and gray, with haggard and wrtn-
All plants exhaust the soil, though winter or early aprtng with a fairly ried *•--Chicago Re«urd Herald
“And so you really mean to die with supreme effort to look out of hts dark kled countenances upon which Tlma,
In an unequal degree; plants ot dif thick paint made from pure
Visiting Relativ© How arlidocra!t<?
out bestowing your pardon upon those ened eyes. An expression of «•-••-'air
with his antique pen. had traced many ferent kinds do not exhaust the eoll In mixed jralnts far thio purpose, since
your father lu«»ka with all that gray
who have wronged you?**
ing agony followed the attempt. ©• ’ Illegible hieroglyphs; some of
them the same manner;
all plants do not others may contain
.Naughty Hun Yta, and hs*a g>»<
**< swear it!“
then, with both his great bony hands,
young and bedlaened with tinsel jew
Wood veneer strips snd wire
With a heavy heart. Mantel ’.eft him he clutched at the throat of his night elry and fixshy clothing, not a few of restore to the soli a ITke quantity or stances
tn© to thank for II. loo*
cause are sometimes used to prevent
and hurried home to report the Inter robe us If choking for breath, tore ft
them middle-aged. wan. dispirited and quality ot manure, and all plants are
Hh© —4’onfcna. n«»w, that you would
view to David.
He found him just open and reaching down
tnto hts tearing upon their hips bundles wrap not equally favorable to the growth
Ilk© to arc women voters at the polls.
returning from his work, and conveyed bosom felt for some concealed object. ped In faded shawls. r«*om which cam© of weeds
Upon the shove principles of the trees, but white lead patul la
He I should. Indeod!
Either of •ill.
bis message by the gloom of hts coun He found It at last, grasped It and occasionally that most distressing of
Is based a regular succession ot crops
North or Routh
drew It forth. It was a shining blade sounds, the wail of an 111-fed and un
illacK rot la a fungous disease which
Though the system ot rotation la
Has anything gone wrong?“ David of steel
I'atrlc© You say she Is a clover
loved Infant, crying In the night.
adapted to every soil, no particular attacks the fruit, foliage, old bark and
inquired, anxiously, as they entered
Outside of this zone of f«*ntalv mis
Mantel sprang to take It from his
rotation can be assigned
hand: but David pushed him back and ery and degradation, there was a belt
will answer leaf spot form probably causes more known her tn use a fountain pen with*
Casting himself heavily Into a seat said calmly: T-et him alone."
of masculine stupidity and crime; •** - description of soil which
damage than the other forma
Soma out getting Ink all over her fingers*
• nd answering abstractedly.
“Yes. let me alone." cried the blind
with corpulent bo*llrs. bull necks, dou at all times, and on the demand for
replied.“ “Each new day of life renders man. trembling in every limb, and ble chins, pile-driving h©ads; men of different kinds ot produce
"What do you think of a man with
On clayey times black rot cankers on the trunk,
it more inexplicable. A man no soon crawling slowly and painfully from the shrunken frames, cadaverous cheeks, soils, beans and clover, with rye grass and the limbs develop so rapidly as to a rip In his coat and only three but
er forms a theory than he is compelled bed.
deep-set and beady eves vermin-cov are generally alternated with grain endanger the life of trees, but thia Is tons on his vast?** "lie should either
to abandon it I fear It is a labyrinth
The movements of the dying man ered. disease-devoured, hot»©-deserted.
seldom the case except where spraying get
married or divorced " lloston
from which we shall none of us es were too slow and weak to convey any They clung around him. th«*se cor en- crops, and on dry loams or sandy
ground turnips, beets, potatoes and la wholly neglected The fruit Is rarely Transcript.
adequate expresston of the tempest
trtc circles of humanity, like rings
On rich soils this system of seriously injured, though outbreaks tn
Hcott —Half the people In the world
“Do not speak In parables.” David raging tn hts soul. It was Incredible around a luminous planet, held by they , clover
I alternate husbandry Is most conducive thia form may sometimes be quite eo don’t know what the other halt ar«
"If anything that a tragedy was really being enact knew not what rrslstl ss attraction
if the matter, tell me at once. Do not ed. and that this poor trvmbfln* -ma
Mott—No. that Is tweau«« the
The simple melody, borne upon the I to the plentiful production ot food, vere.
leave me in suspense. I cannot endure ture was thirsting for the life-*-’—* of pinions of that resonate and rello-llke both for men and animals
other half arw doing them
1L Is he worse? Is he dying?“
Petalo»» , n 4 <
a mortal foe.
voice, attained an almost supernal ral tion ot a farm would thus tie always
“He is both, and more.” Mantel an
David did not seek to escape.
under grain crops, while the other por
Miaalunary (a little nervously I—I
swered. still unable to escape from the
did not even shudder. There was a When it ceased, an audible sigh arose, I tion was growing roots or cultivated opinion as to the rotation of crops
do hops that wo shall agree Cantill.al
artoom which enveloped him. “I have
singular expression of repose on hts
grass»*: but. as the major part of ar on s medium heavy loam, we have had KI tie--Oh, I don't think there Is any
at last drawn from him a brief but
features, for in his desperation he so of awe. As soon as h© had finish
the treat results from following corn
terrible allusion to the tragedy of your
doubt about llint ’
Mv dlgea loa Is
hymn, this consecrated npostle to th© able lands can not be preserved In a
state of fertility with even this kind of with potatoes, always being careful to excelleat
for a sin whose atonement had become lost sheep of the great etty op«»nrd a
management. It Is requisite that the
“What did he say? Quick, tell me!” was about to render final satisfaction
Wiggs At the first night of hcrlb-
“He said that he had been wronged otherwise Impossible.
The influence which he exerted over portion ot the farm which Is under corn and not use any stable manure
Hy heavily bier's new play I understand (hero
by those whom he had benefited, and folded hl.s arms across his breast and
the mind of 1 hi vid was as Irresistible cultivated grasses should be pasture«! at all for the potato crop
that he would spend eternity In re stood waiting.
as It was inscrutable.
Hls language for two or three years, tn order to give manuring we mean giving the soil wu a big hous© Wagg Y©w. but mod
of the audlen<e left rally to avoid the
had the charm of perfect familiarity, j
venging his wrongs."
It time to recruit. The following Is a more than will be required by the
The contorted face of the hirlous
■“Horrible!” cried David, sinking In
Every word and phrase had fallen
beggar afforded a terrible contrast to
good rotation of crops:
to a chair. “Did he show no mercy?
from hls own lips a hundred times In
Football Coach (after th© gnmol —
the tranquil countenance of the peni
I clover; second, clover;
Was there no sign of pardon?“
tent and unresisting object of his ha similar exhortations
| fourth, eat»; fifth, wheat
The clover fertility the corn takes from It; In Boys, ar© you all here? Quarterback
Granite is softer than his
tred. The opaque flesh seemed to have
Pm not. I left an ear an<l |>art of a
heart Ice Is warmer."
of hls own voles coming back upon I 1 does well with oats, and after an early other words, so that there will be
become transparent, and through It
David rose and
paced the floor
him from the dim and half-forgotten mowing can be very well prepared for some of the virtue of the manure left finger suinewhrr© near the twenty five
glowed the maleful light of hatred and
tor the benefit ot the potatoes
For yard lin« Chicago Tribune.
Pausing before Mantel, he said, pit
The lips were drawn back
eously. "Perhaps he will relent when
the latter crop we confine ourselves
(To be continued I
Th© Highwayman H a nds up! Glv©
from the white teeth, above which the
to an apllcatlon ot mixed fertiliser, us your money, or I'll blow your brains
gr*at moustache bristles savagely. Th»*
Have you heard
The use of the most mtalern meth consisting of sulphate ammonia, bone
lids were lifted from the hollow and
The Victim —Blow away!
ods in farming Is by no means re menl and aulphate of potash, applied
ran live here without brains, but not
“No. but h«»r answer cannot be much
self for an Instant he moved forward;
at the rate of SOO pounds to the acre without money
gland, and It would no more'help on«
longer delayed, for I
In nearly every locality In There may be no objection to the use
but the emaciated limbs tottered un
•gain and again ”
to Identify an Englishman by *a>lng
”J'vs often marveled at your bril*
der the weight of the body. He reeled,
the state farmers are using traction of stable manure for the potato crop,
"Something may have happened.”
llancy, your aptnewi nt
caught himself, then reeled once more, that he was a cricket player than It engines with steam or gasoline for
•aid Mantel, who had lost all heart and
provided one can obtain ft well rotted
would to distinguish a college man tn
power to plow and harrow tbelr land but the fresh manure is a a< ab breed your------ ” "If lt*s more than five dol«
from which he had heard the voice of thia country to say that he was de
We know one ranch of «SO i-r«w-
not er and we never use It for |x>tato,-a tarn, old man. I can t do a thing for
“Do not say It.” David exclaimed, be his enemy.
voted to baseball. In his book on the
Pm nearly broke n yself.”
seechingly. “It is a long distance. She
large for tble state—on which
Again Mantel strove to
Intercept game. "Kings of Cricket," Richard
may have changed her residence. She
Mr Htruckoll That there w ulptnr
plowing and harrowing Is done with
him. and again David force' •
Daft relates many amusing thing* ot
may never go to the postofllce. She
feller nays he's goin* to make a bust
a 20 horse-power gasoline engine This
Uncertain as to the exact location of
rsaac Wilbur of Little Compton II
may be sick.”
the sport and of men who have been
Mra. Htruckoll Henry. It's
Hauls four 14-lnch gang plows and a
the object of his hatred, he raised his
I, has th© largest poultry farm In the
“Or dead!” sold Mantel, giving ex
connected with It. One of his stories
Ireadful the way you talk, Say "burst."
pression in two words to the fullness knife and struck at random; but the Is about two Nottingham players of a 2 horse harrow—the equivalent of the world. He ship« from 1SO.OOO to 130,
blow spent Itself in air. The futility
not “bust.**— Philadelphia Itm ord
work of twenty horses
of his despair.
and helplessness of his efforts crazed common family name with similar Ini traverse<l over tough soil Is from two O H) dozens of rggs a year. He k<x*|m
She How far ran your am-estry be
"Impossible!” exclaimed David, his
face blanching at this sudden articula
to two an«! a half mil«-» an hour. One
Ho- Well, when my grand*
"Where are you? G-g-give me some
We had two players of the name of harrow Is placed off to the side «0 that
tion of the dread he had been strug
sign!” he cried.
fret tn size, th eg»» houses I m Ing nlanit father resigned his position as «HHlller
gling so hard to repress
Johnson, one being John Johnson, for the r«utult 1s a double harrowing of
’T am here.” said David, In a voire
150 f»*©t npart, art out In long rows of a county bank they traced him as
They passed out into the night to
years the secretary of our county the tract
It was considered too small
over the gently Hioplng fields. He has far as China, but he got away,
gether and hurried away to the beg whose preternatural calmness sent a team, and the other Isaac Johnson
an area to warrant th» Initial expense
; 100 of tb»*Hr hoilMrs 1 »«altere«!
scattcred over burg Observer.
gar's room. Each was too burdened shudder to the heart of hts friend
As John Johnson's Initial was near for the machine, bnt the owners of the
Illrnm Hutchins- Hop© your boy
for talk and they walked In silence. With one supreme and final effort, the
' three or four fields. The food la load-
Arriving at the house, they ascended dying man lurched forward and threw ly always written as an ”1," confusion ranch are satisfied that It will save ©d Into a low wagon, which Is driven Eph ain’t on one uv them college foot*
Its cost In a few yean. The time Is 'about to each hozse in turn,
the stairs on tiptoe and paused to lis
the at ball
ten at the door “I will leave It ajar, hand, brandishing the dagger, was up the two players.
coming when the tedium of farm work
trndant feeding im he goes; at the much; Eph got ketched under a steam
•o you may hear what he says, and
Charles Thornton, a well-known sup will be laid upon machinery.
afternoon feeding the rgga are collect- roller once an* he knows how It feel*.
then you can judge if I am right.” his foe: but at that very Instant, with
a frightful Imprecation upon his Ups. porter of cricket in Notts, once got
The fowls ar© fed twice a day —Boston Herald.
«aid Mantel, entering quietly.
The *aitd Pear.
The morning food la a mash of cooked
He approached the table and turned the gigantic form collapsed, the knife Into conversation with a stranger In
Mrs. A. (maliciously 1—You wer«
up the lamp which he had left burning dropped from the hand, and he plung a railway carriage. Cricket cropping Is practically free from blight. It If vegetables an«! inlxeil meals, this mash tuch a charming debutante, my dear.
dimly. By Its pale light David could ed. a corpse. Into the arms of his In up In the course of conversation, the
Mrs H -Was IT
a very rapid and continuous grower Is made up In the afternoon of the fifteen years ago
see the great head lying on the pillow, tended victim.
stranger happened to say he knew a
feed I« I only rentemlier you made such a
David received the dead weight upon Mr Johnson, who belonged to Notting It it a prolific bearer and requires
the chin elevated, the mouth partially
lovely chaperon for ms when I camo
less attention and will stand mor» whole corn the year round.
open, the breast heaving
the the bosom at which the dagger had hamshire,
played cricket, snd
xbusH than any other fruit tree known
painful efforts to catch a few last flut been aimed, and the first expression of
asked Mr. Thornton if he knew him.
tering Inspirations. Nestling close to his fare Indicated a certain disappoint
The sand pear comes Into bearing
Vine Thine Vet to I.earn.
Mrs. Pyne Mrs
Mr. Thornton replied that he knew
the ashen face and licking the cheek ment that a single blow had not been
at an early age, and at 10 years old
We have learned how to t«*l«-Kraph posaeMiea tact? Mrs. Hyn© What Is
now and then with
ordinary trees will yield from 10 to without wires and Hy without
gas your definition of tart? Mrs Pyne—
as terror at an event so appalling. He
tongue, was the terrier.
20 bushels of pears. The trees usual
bags, but the antidote
for a common Tact la a woman’s ability to mak© her
Mantel's footfall, quiet as It was, dis stood spellbound for a moment, sup lives In Nottingham."
ly begin to bear at five years of age ordinary cold still mocks the foiled husband lielleve he 1s having Ills own
turbed the sleeper, who moved, turned porting the awful burden, and then,
"They both live in Nottingham," was
The sixth year each tree will net 25 searchings of the human
race.—St. way.—Lippincott's Magazine
his head toward the sound and asked overpowered with the horror of th»» sit the reply.
rents, the seventh year 50 cents, and Ixtula Republic.
In a husky and but half-audible voice, uation. cried out:
“Is ho what you would call a first-
"This one ia Mr. I. Johnson."
“Who Is there?“
class newspaper man?” ”1 should say
"They are both I. Johnson.”
“It Is I. How are you now? a little me to lay him down! Quick, I cannot
A SMALL GREENHOUSE.
so. When the ‘end of the-world' scare
better?” said Mantel, laying his soft stand It; quick!”
"This one I mean plays with the
was at Its height, he had two edlto
They laid the lifeless form on the
rool hand upon the broad forehead,
bed. while the little dog. leaping up be
rials written one to |
wet already with the death-damp
come off, the other If I
“I am getting weaker. It won’t—last side his dead master, threw his head
back and emltt»id a series of prolong clal.”
—long.” he answered palnfnully.
Clancy OPm after i
"The one I mean la a faat bowler."
"I do not want to bother you, but I ed and melancholy howls.
cago. Ticket Agent—I
"They're both fast bowlers."
rannot bear to have you die without
excursion ticket? Orn
"The one I know Is gray-headed.
talking to you again about your fu
you there and back?
Bewildered by the scene through
ture; I must try once more to per
"They're both gray-headed."
the sins© of me payin’
suade you not to die without sending which he had just passed, Corson re
•'The one I mean wears spectacles.
hack whin Ol’m here
some kind word to the people who turned to his rooms and spent the
night In a sort of stupor. What lap-
have wronged you.”
The expression of the white face un-
“Before I married.” aulii Mr. Hen-
but on the following morning he ac
lerwent a hideous transformation.
pork. *’I didn't know what It meant to
MI*»»<1 Illa Only t hane».
“If you do not feel Ilk* talking to me companied Mantel to the cemetery
support a wife.” “I presume you know
about a matter so sacred and personal, where, with simple but reverent cere
There one« lived a woman
would you not like to have me send mony, they committed the body of the never gave her huahand a chance to
now?” “Yes, Indeed. I looked up the
doctor to the bosom of earth.
Tor some minister or priest?”
word ‘support’ In the dictionary and
aay a word. The moment he opened
Just as they were about to turn
The head moved slowly back and
discovered that one of Its meanings Is
away, after the conclusion of the bur hla mouth she closed It with a torrent
forth In a flrm negation.
‘endure.’ “—Birmingham Age-Herald.
’Tn every age. and among all men. ial service, a strange thing happened. of word». It happened that h^fell
“That widow Is a good manager, Isn't
It has seemed fitting that those who The limb of a great elm tree, which sick when hts wife was «ntf. of town,
I should say so.
ware about to dis should make some had been tied back to keep It out of and before she could get home death
preparation to meet their God. Have the way of the workmen, was released came and took him away.
Rhe got that house of hers practically
you no desire to do this? If there ab
"I would feel better about It," aha
fixed up Ilk© now for nothing.” “How
solutely no word of pardon or of klnd- the grave.
While most greenhouses are expensive to build and maintain, It la po»
la still saying between her sohe, “If
did she manage Itt*
“She was en
It produced a similar impression up
sess which you wish to send to those
alble for an amateur to have one at small expense, as an addition to the
I could have been with John whan he
gaged to the carpenter till all the
who have Injured you, as a sort of leg on the minds of both the subdued spec
dwelling. Hotbed Mshes cost from |3 25 to |8.50 each, and measure 3x« feet.
woodwork was finished, and then sh«
They glanced at each other, died. There must have been some last
acy from the grave?“
broke It off and married th« plumber.*9
and Mantel eaid, "It was like the wing words he wanted to any to me."— If steam or hot water heating cannot be provided from the house, an oil
“None!” he whispered fiercely.
atove will maintain a high enough temperature
Suppose that your enemy should of an angel!9
2! fjàvid ^orson