Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914, September 23, 1910, Image 2

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All Lodee Grange. School. Church, or other notice» or a tverti.ementa ot .oeia!» partie«,
daneea. owaeeru. theatrical., etc given tor a profit, charged tor at regular rate.
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Thursday preceding day ot publication.
iM «SWTikS la our at«, laity. We are well equipped to dothe be.t workal current t -
Eat., ¡ally lartner»' and |.u.tf.<. men - Letter ll. ad. Envelop.
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etc in ataall or large quantttie»
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EDITORIAL COMMINI
the number of bushels which each pro­
duces. He will have conducted a very
practical experiment, can tell definite­
ly Just what the soil most needs and
will not only liavo instruction for him­
self. i>ut for ills neighbors, and for
the readers of this deiuirtment. If he
will furnish a statement of nerv yields
for the three tracts
There are boats
of farmers all through the corn bolt
who ought to lx> carrying on Just such
experimental work as that outlined
above
It Is simple anil the result
would tie incroiis'sl yields anil a larger
batik account.
Why not give the precipitation
of aviators in the daily weather
report.
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A DURABLE WHITEWASH.
With tussl arising for whitewash at
all times of year, some of our reader»
may lie glad to have published again
tile recl|ie for making whitewash rec­
ommended by the department of agri­
culture at Washington
it is as fol­
lows: Take one-luilf bushel utislacked
lime ami slack, starting with warm
water, and cover during process» to
keep lu the steam.
Strain liquid
through tine sieve or strainer; add
peck of salt previously well dissolved
in water, also three pound» of rice
boiled to a thin paste. Stir in boiling
hot one pound Spanish whiting and
oue (sound of glue which has been
previously dissolved over a slow tire.
Then add five gallons of hot water to
the mixture, stir well and let stand
for a few days covered so as to keep
out the dirt. The whitewash is best
applied with a small brush and should
be put on hot.
One pint should is*
sufficient to cover a square yard of
surface. There Is no whitewash which
excells this for Indoor or outdoor use.
It may be colored whatever shade one
likes and will retain its brilliancy for
years.
HE political overturning of the
It is doubtful whether “Uncle
state of Maine, which has al­ Joe” in the most despondent
ways voted the same way for moments, even imagined he
over fifty years without a sub­ would meet his Waterloo in Kan­
stantial break, has created un­ sas.
A NEW DEAL.
told astonishment and set many
When a scheming
manufacturer
There will be an eclipse of the could take a quart of molasses and fif­
minds to thinking of what it all
moon in November, says the ty gallons of rainwater ami make a
means.
barrel of "pure cider vinegar” there
It means, first of all, the spirit Rochester Times. Also several was mighty tittle Incentive for the or­
of insurgency is overwhelming bright and particular congression­ chard owner to go through the labo­
process of pressing the Juice from
throughout this country. In the al stars may go into eclipse rious
his cull apples.
But this state of af­
eastern states these radical about that time.
fairs has changed. Uncle Sam has got
after food adulterators with a big
changes are drifting towards
Evidently it is as hard to get stick, and now nothing but the fer­
democracy and in the middle
a desirable out of the cabinet as mented Juice of apples can be labeled
west these changes mean the
"pure cider vinegar ” The better con­
it is to get one into the peniten­ dition
should give a decided Impetus
overthrow of what is called the
tiary.
to the manufacture of pure vinegar,
“stand pat” republicans in favor
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while It should also greatly stimulate
of the progressive republicans,
The theory that people eat too the manufacture of pure Jellies nud
who are led by Roosevelt, Bris­ much has often been exploited other preserves, as the nasty coal tar
which used to be palmed
Perhaps concoctions
tow, Cummings and La Follette. but never proved.
off on an unsuspecting public no longer
This country is now going some one of them would, if they go. The pure food law has put all of
through what is really a battle had a chance, but a benign pro­ this trash out of the running, and both
consumers and manufacturers of legit­
with the masses against the tective tariff protects them.
imate goods will be the better for IL
privileged classes.
It is surprising how soon the young
It has always been the en­
calves will take to eating whole corn
and oats. A small ration fed daily is
deavor of a few to ride upon’the
an excellent Idea and will keep them
backs of the many ana mis coun­
growing from the start
try is no exception to the rule.
We have the railroads, the beef
The old lady who explained the thin­
ness of her milk to her customers by
trust, the sugar trust, the coal
saying it was due to scarcity of fe.xi
trust, the coffee trust and a
probably did not know that It Is a well
number of other corporations
known fact that milk quality, butter
fat content Is not affected at all by
who are trying to impose on the
feed.
public and enrich themselves un­
EETRIGC
justly.
Nine dollars seems like a good deal
CENTRAL POSCTJ
to pay for mosquito netting to protect
ROGUE RIVER
These corporations dictate the
a alngle cherry tree from the birds, and
VALLEY
prices they pay for raw material
yet when the value of a single crop
OREGON
from the tree frequently totals $.Vl and
and dictate the prices that the CCftRESPONOENCC
the netting lasts for several seasons
SOLICITED
consumer must pay for the
the end is seen to Justify the means.
finished articles. For instance, (This matter must not be reprinted with­
the beef trust dictates what the
out special permission. J
There are few of the tender white
roses that surpass the Frau Karl Drus-
livestock ranchmen shall receive
kl in purity of color, fragrance or
50 BUSHELS—WANTS 1C0.
for his stock and what the con­
A render of tbe»e notes living near form. In size. too. It is all that could
sumer shall pay for his beef­
be desired
Like other meinliers of
Palmyra. 111., writ«« stating that tie
the rose family It requires for best
steak and pork chops.
has a five acre tract of bottom ground
This condition of things prac­ —a black sandy loam which never results a clayey rich soil, nbundant
water rind severe cutting, which will
tically gives the trusts of the packs—r»h|ch produce» cornstalks bls allow the best buds ouly to come to
country the right to run their enough to yield 100 bushels per acre, maturity.
hands into our pockets and do but from which lie is aide to busk
A fact that the professional politi­
fifty bushels
He further states
as they please, and has become only
that the tract has been cultivated cian seetn slow In tumbling to Is that
unbearable and the movement about six years, is always well tended present day agriculturists are not only
that is sweeping over this coun­ and kept free from weeds. He would taking an interest In manure spread­
road drags and the like as aid*
try is a strike at the republican like to know what this condition of ers.
to a better type of farming, but are
bosses of the republican states things—low yield from apparently rich waking up to the fact tbat the system
of the north and the democratic land—would Indicate that the soil lack­ of primary elections is a very effective
ed. With several Important points not means of getting them out of the rut
states of the south and it will stated In our friend's letter, it Is a bit in
which they have been going politi­
teach our senators and congress­ difficult to give an adequate diagnosis cally.
men, as they have never apprec­ However, there are two or three sug
More and more are sensible men who
iated before, that they are sent gestions which may be helpful. In the pay
out money doing so by means
to congress to serve the people first place it is well to rememtier that of a check drawn on their account nt
while we have quite a habltofassocl.'it-
and to be their servants and not Ing richness of soil with a black color, the bank With the date and amount
of the payment indicateli on the check
their masters.
there is not necessarily any connection
stub, together with the service or com
T
GAM
There is always good weather
in some parts of the United
States according to the weather
map.
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Eggs are selling for $2 per
dozen in Alaska and they are
cold storage eggs, at that.
A bank note that had been
circulated seventy-seven years
was recently returned to one of
the sub-treasuries. A regular
old rounder, as it were.
About the only conclusion that
can be drawn from Aldrich’s ex­
planation is that the rubber tar­
iff was increased for a joke.
An old man was arrested at
Beverly on confession that he
had a plan for re-organizing the
G. 0. P. Maybe that ’s what will
happen to the Colone in the end.
whatever.
In fact some of the rich
est soils known are red and green
gray, the latter the volcanic ash of
western states. Another point that it
is well to take account of is that a
sandy soil loses Its fertilizing elements
much sooner than do clay soils or
these referred to. This brings us to
the probable cause of our friend's
tract falling to yield as much corn as
he would like—namely, a lack of fer­
tilizer. We would suggest that he do
a little experimenting with this tract
next season and would I’ke him to re­
port the results. Let him apply about
eight tons of manure per acre to two
acres with a manure spreader, which
will insure even distribution; '¿n an
acre and a half apply the same amount
of manure and about three tons of
ground limestone per acre, which may
be scattered with the manure, and on
the remaining acre and a half he
might apply the limestone alone
While our correspondent says nothing
to indicate that this tract Is sour,
he says nothing which shows that It
might not be. In the spring let him
give these three tracts the same prep
aration, plant them with seed which
will give an average of three and a
half stalks per hill, and at busking
time let him keep accurate count of
wtilch »«» enriy tafeii on by so mnny
varletl«*« of appio* whluh are n puro
griaui or yellow ut harvvst
The
wrlter ha« notisi thè «urne tendeiicy oli
bis own ranch in thè <11»* of ilio New
town Plppln. Vello« Trauspareiit ami
Mìlite Wlntcr l’earmain The coloriti«
roferrod lo seems tu Ilare beetl ciuiaod
by cuoi night», follo« ed by wurm day»,
timi filose «in» ha ve ìunde a earcful
stuily of thè colorili« roferrod tu il»
seri tliat ilio purple col >r uot oulv en-
alilo« tlie simili appiè» tu «ìtlistand
more degroe« of cobi limo fruii uot
colorisi. l.ut tliat it more rendlly nl>
sorti» ilio beat <*f thè sua. resultlllg in
la tter grò« ili limi larger slxe.
Tlie introduetlnn of some of thè En
ropenu phenaant» Imo eertaln sedioli»
of tlils «siuntry udjaeent tu agrliul-
turai lami due» uot M*em to !■<■ prov big
ali unmlxed boon. M'e notisi iis'cntly
thè elise of all indiana farmer who r«'-
portisi tbat ilio pheasants got so lame
tbat they carne loto hls fissi ynrds ami
uot ouly scrapptMl «ìtb but ll' kisl III»
roosters ami turkey gobblers, thè dock
of pliciisants eatlng thè grulli senttered
for thè tume fowls. in some sections
of New York these blr<ls bave grò« ti
so nutnorons tliat they ruld thè truck
garden», dlgglng up liewly set cabtiage
pianta, eat newly sprouted corti inni
iss'k holes In cucumlH-rs ami tuusk-
ruelons. it I» irne thè pbea»ants con
suine some «issi sissis and a few po­
tato tiugs. but II seetu» to be thè ver-
dict of those who bave seen most of
thè bini» tbat they do more barai than
good.
It is Just as impossible to maintain
soil fertility when one keeps remov
Ing It tn raw crops and returning noth
tng In the way of fertilizers, ns It Is
to kce|' a fellow's bank account If tie
keel*» cheeking from It continually,
and makes no deposits; and It Is high
time a squad of soil tillers awoke to
the truth of tills fact. The land that
Is continually cn>(»i*d to corn, cotton,
small grain, fruit or vegetable«, and
Is not replenished with manures, ar
tlflelnl fertllln iw or by the growing of
legumes Is <!<w>in>si to ultimate exhan»
tion. ami depletion to the |>olnt where
the cron returns will not i>ny the tnx
ew
There are thouannd« of fnrms
which are headed straight in this ill
rectlon located in stati*« whose virgin
soil was the richest and most prodl
gal the sun ever shone upon, ami they
will arrive at the condition referris!
to unless the owner» repent of their
evil «ays and adopt more enlightened
xml rational agricultural methods New
York already has her "abandoned
farms.” but it won’t be many years, if
present methods are continued, until
Ohio. Indiana and Illinois will have
theirs too.
For clearing a piece of land of weed.«,
underbrush and small trees there 1» no
agency for the preliminary operations
tbat «'ill surpass a tlis-k of Angora
goats.
They will not only browse
weeds, leaves and »hoots, but will
•trip the bark from young trees a <11»
tance of eight or nine feet
A dead fly is less obnoxious than >i
live one. and a dead fly outdoors 1»
less of a nuisance than one In the
bouse. For tbls reason the war on the
files should lie carried Into the o|aeii
by placing plates of poison in places
where they congregate, safe out of
reach of the little folks, unless the for
malln solution Is tiswl. In which <■»»■
drinking it will do no harm
Tliere are thousands of dusty, dingy
stables, many of these In basements,
that might tie sweetened ami brighten
«1 Immensely i,y ««eeplng and clean
Ing out the dust ami cobwetix of years,
giving tlie place a treatment with sul-
phiir or other disinfectant and apply­
ing a cont of good whitewash to the
nulls and partition» and seeing Hint
It reaches ev<-rv crudi mid erevl<-e
For Dry Goods, Groceries, and
Light Hardware.
If not. un’ll curt* it, and thru you’ll
wonder why you «liil'nt think of UN
|ol»v’ iH’foro.
Xu liant y.
\ II ..nr work giinninti'cd
H111 ) H »< I job h'HWH Aiur «In >1».
< hir
woikninn air akilh'd and v oiiMcn* nt loua.
You’ll iu»l grtlinblv at the prhh’v.
vitlivr.
I'oatcr Road and Main Nt.
W. C. licit, M. I)., C.M.
< Hlh r «»\EirM Stntr Hunk
Fred 1). Flora
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GRESHAM,
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of printing done, call in
Pbulilan» Sutgcen«
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MANAGEMENT RATHER THAN CAPITAL
denotes strength in a bank. Bad management may result in the
loss of capital in a very short time.
The ofiicersof this bank are not iiermitted to speculate in any
manner and the bank has a record of nearly five years with a loss
of less than $25 in bad loans.
The bank has been commend«*«! by state oflicoin for its well
distributed loans; the ¡xxlicy of th«* bank being to foster any
worthy enterprise that will be a benefit to the community.
Our statement shown in another place in this paper shows cash
reserve of .'15 per cent of its deposits, more than double that re­
quired by law, carried as an extra pr«>caution.
Rank vsith a («ireful, conservative bank and vou bank with a stronq one.
FIRST
STATE BANK
GRESHAM, OREL.
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People of Oregon
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The popular Colonist Fares will again lx* in effect between Sep-
temiier 15th and October 15th, during which period tickets to
Portland will lx* on sale daily from
CHICAGO at
... $33.00
ST. LOUIS
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KANSAS CITY
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ST. PAUL
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and from other cities correspondingly low. These are Westbound
one-way fares only, but anyone here can REPAY for relatives in
the East, if desired. Consult your local railroad agent
NOW IS THE TIME
to let the world know oi your vast resources and splendid oppor­
tunities for home building. Write to everyone you know in the
East. Send them good instructive printed matter, and tell them
that the cost of getting here is but little more than half the usual
cost, and to call on a representative of the
Oregon Railroad & Navigation Co.
for all desired information, or address
WM. McMURRAY, General Passenger Agent,
PORTLAND, OREGON
PORTLAND RAILWAY LIGHT & POWER CO.
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help make yonr home brighter and your
ground« more valuable and more attractive.
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PORTI, AND
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Write Today
An Interesting fact has been noted
by many an orchardist the past few
months, and that Is the purple color
Al IIMS
Do Not Delay You»' Fall Planting
modlty for which the check was given,
there is no (»osslbility tbat an account
paid In this way will have to be paid
a second time, the signature of the one
in whose favor the check is drawn be­
ing a very effective receipt. Of course
the use of a check t«M>k presupposes a
bank account, which is another good
thing for a fellow to have at his dis­
posal.
_
We usually think of conservation of
resources in connection with forest,
water fxiwors. etc., yet tliere Is a more
modest way In which the principle can
tie applied by the Individual In his
everyday work.
Many a housewife
in doing her sweeping ami some other
forms of work expends much more on
ergy than is really necessary, while
In hoeing many a man uses more
force than he neids to do the work In
hand, and e«[«-clnlly Is this true if hls
hoe Is dull.
Where one is at a Job
but a few minutes the question of an
exfwndlture of extra force Is not no
vital, but where hls labor extends over
hours the matter tiecomea one of real
Importance.
SEE CHAUNCEY
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For Oregon City
Junction.
For I^nts, Mt. Hcott anti east side pointo, change cars at Lenta Junction
General Office«, Ulis trie Bldg. Seventh and Alder fit«., PogTLAan, O rboom