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(TRHSHAM, MULTNOMAH CO.,
OREGON, F RIDAY, JULY 7, 1911
nlar wardens in the field, Is-sides day la
Oet money run» the aaylnr—
is,r employed by tla-rn. Tie- Wasiiing-
Vea. honest, it you may—
U>n Forest Fire association had -si war
At once without delaying,
But get It anyway
dens in Jun*- arid is adding more, be
But In the getting frantic
nnies purchasing several new track bi
Be sure you do not make
cycle» for railroad patrol. On the whole,
The byplay or the antic
That Heep« a man awaHe.
all elaasea are more careful with fire than
Ort-gon Agrieullural College, Corvall in any previovs years, Tl»e chief excep
The ('tdebration put tip by tin* Grang**
J. B Kelly and family, formerly of
It’s pleasant to have plenty.
is, Ore., Juue ,’IO—"Tl.e three problem« tions to this ar>- reporttsl to lie in im >‘l«-aaant Home and Portland, relative of
To maae things come acroes,
Fair Association and !!••• Gotn merci al
Bo vou may flip a twenty
in poultry raising that trouble« the properly cleared rights of way and the J. K Kelley anti Mr». Neblan of Lente,
4'lub of (tn*MhMUi has proved to I m * th«*
And never feel the loea.
farmers of < iregon more than any oth- ! lu-gligi.-m-e of a few logging operators to met with a >lrea«lful accident near Kerby,
y«*l The |fi*n« ral bsdiiig *sM*mt to
But If the stuff Is tainted
It Isn't, you will learn.
I m * that th«* conditions and result* this
Ore., t-MMed by the breaking of the gas
extinguish Slashing fln-s completely.
As rosy as tls painted
the O. A. C poultry department, ‘are
y«*nr far surpassed all previous records
Oregon has also hail slashing fires oline tank on their auto, and the explo
To have the cash to burn.
first. getting the eggs in winter; second which caused some alarm, but tliey were sion which followed. Mr. Kelley wan in
Th«* inclination tom ar« Is raining for th«*
A conscience than can slumber
lice »nd mites ; and third, raising the handhsl promptly by the wardens. Over tlu- automobile biu>ine«s in Portland at
lew «lays p rvvious to th«* Fourth prcvcnl-
In hours to close the eyes
Tou easily may number
«*d soint* from looking forward with favor
1<<J patrolmen have been put in the field one time but is now inter» «ted in busi-
As something of a prise.
I asi week we gave the farmers' opin- 1 already by private owners and the state n««« in San Francisco. He ha«i come up
to th«* approaching event
But when the
One that la ever ready
sun « am«* up Tuesday morning all knew
Your shady ways to rap
forester has appointed 17 district war to Portland on a visit and war returning
Is not a comfort steady
not in poultry keeping. The answers den«. TI m -Oregon Forest Fire aiwocia- home when the acci'ient occurred. They
the day was to Is* an unusual on«*. All
When you would take a nap.
to this question, this week, are design««! tion baa organize«! three new co-opera were pasHing over a rough pi«-ce of road
the country for milr* around turm*d out
Get money, that’s the ticket.
to show why there is not more profit in tive patrols in Jackson, Columbia ami beyond ('recent City when the machine
«*n mass and th«* car lines from th«* city
But have a little care
carriw! thousands out who had never
the business Out of 833 answers «we Clatsop counties.
«truck a rock in the middle of the road
When from the bush you pick It
That you are on the square.
mwn the town l**fi»rv. |l«*aides th«* pic- ’
received the following replies: 62 said
Although conditions have been fortu and ungeared the bearing» and broke
Thus peace that Is abiding
the problem was, how to get eggs in nate so far. and an extraordinary effort the tank loose, puncturing it and turn
Hieing th«* «lay afforded th« anticipation
It brings Instead of strife
winter; 60. lice ami rnib-s, M, raising is Is-ing ma«l«* by all official and private ing out the gasoline. The Hames envel
of M»me racing in th«* aft«,rn<M>n drew out 1
When you are gently sliding
The shady side of life.
the chickens; 24, hawk«: 6, coyotes; protective organizations.
a lot of |a*opl<* ainl they wrn* not diss|»*
Dry, hot oped the machine, burning one girl,
| h > in ted Th«* f. •• tiviti«of the day Is*
:M, other vermin ; I. rams or wet weatii- w ather is soon due.
Success in avoid Myrna, ho bad that she h.xs died. Angela
Friends No Longer.
gan with th«* parade which is generally '
er;feeding; 9, hatching; W, mis ing di-tn-w* like that of 1910 depends is badly burned, but her injuries are
“Jones doesn't speak to Brown now."
«-onsKlcrisl to I«* th« 1» *i ever shown in
mainly upon extinguishment of incipi m<»«tly due to living thrown out and Lav
"Is that a fact?"
To make the hen lay in winter is ap- ent tire* so they will not smoulder and ing th«- machine run over her. an«! break
B«*«ad<*s the usual display of
“True as preaching.”
l«rently tiie real problem ; and yet its break out later when tiny cannot be ing several ribs. Mr. Kelley and bis
rig»* and hor-< m« n. a parad«* of all th«« reversed
local automobile owner« . am«* out, over |
two son« were badly burne«l alxjut the
It is a push from the outside, not solution depends upon the solution of . control l»«i.
“How is that?”
twenty in all. and « »me of lb««**«* w. r«* a pull from the inside, that peoples other problems. It is not merely a
fao- and hands. People of th«- vicinity
“Brown's baby can climb up and say
simply Is-autiful in th- ir »1. . .»rations. C the poverty stricken area of a big quest ion id caring for or making the
gave such assistance a» they could and
>. Mnith Us.k first priK* on th«* auto dis city There is nothing there to pull bens lay. The problem goes Imck to
a- -00n as arrangements could be ma«le •Coo" "
play, with Mrs Schn«*ider M ehrne second. Pull it attraction ami poverty is not piie making of 1 lie hen. If the ben
W. J Zimmerman, a pioneer and for they were taken to 1 «rants Pa-s. where 1 “The Jones’ baby, the same age. can
Shattuck A l.ind*y l««»k first prison attractive.
The push on the out were made right there would l>e little mer I'ortland busin»-.-« man, <ii«-«i y«—ter- Myrna die«l. Sb«- will be returned to Just creep.”
th«' float« and Woatell came ««•« on<l. side is caused by an artificial narrow ' trouble in making her lay. llow to. day at the home of his daughter, Mr-. Portland for burial.
Dr. Richmond .
Thereon A Nelson captiir«*«! the flr-t mg of opportunities due to monopoly make the ben lay in winter n-tolvee it-I D. S Painter, at fifid Elliott avenue in Kelley of Portland has gone to give as
prize on the make up- ( ba-e *>t. Clair Ot land
The relation between the -elf largely into a que-tion of making lai Id's Addition, after an illness of sev sistance and Mr*. Kelley has started ’
won 2nd prize
two may not be seen at a glance the hen.
eral weeks. Mr Zimmerman was bom from San Francis«-«» to be with tlieni. | The following letters remain uncalled
1 am inclined to think that the M August Ih, 1M7, and crowwxl tls- plains The boys are said to be in a very serious I for at the Gresham poetoffice for the
Deep seated things never are, and
said that the raising of the chicks to Oregon w ith his father. Jacob Zim condition. Mr. Kelley and family lia«l • weekending July 1st, 1911:
Illi Ml M: WIIAI IMI? Illi KI Ml IU this is socially subterranean. But who
the relation is there and easily dem is the hardest problem, came nearer merman, a well-known pioneer, when a b<-vii up to Portland to atten«! the an- ; Gentlemen: Geo. Hickstrim, John
The following clipping from the
• »lice relieve land mo 'hitting the nail on the head.’ To get l«>y, and the family nettled in Portland. nual re-union of the “Kelley Clan.” Greelash. J. C. Atkeeon, Lawrence
Public »trikes ut at bring full of
nopoly pressure from the outside, a profitable egg yield under any condi- ’ He was formerly president of the Port Mias Bessie Howitt of Gresham is a Allen.
splcml tl thought*, so wc «»filer it to
Cards: Jack Lillis. Seth Hmilntan,
and the same force that has made lions, the flock of layers must lie fre land Hydraulic Wood Lift Company, of Cousin of Mr. Kelley.
our re aders in the ho »c that it will the slum will destroy it
M. G. Boon, Mrs. Elmer Carson.
It will do quently renewed. The old hen doean t tins city. A widow and two chihirvn
.iwaken some, at Ic.ts t, to the fact
These letters will be sent to the Dead
pay For commercial purposes it sei- i survive him. Hi« children an- Mrs. D.
> > by process of elimination
that tl ■<»c undesirable xituath us arc
letter Office on July 15, 1911, if not de
■ lorn pays to keep hrr more than t vo “ I'ainter and 5V. 11. Zimmerman, of
Every aspect of the slum is ugly, vears. This means that in a few year« ,
but III e effect of wr< ng c onditions.
livered before. In calling for the above,
Portland. George Zimmerman and Mr-.
can be correc ted when we it does not possess a single virtue; the farmer has raised -everal generations II. s. Stone, of Fairview, an- a brother
Washington, June .5, 1911.—No ex- | please say "advertised,” giving date of
ve enough to it is all vice The "struggle” against of fowls, and any mistake in the breeding and si«ter of the departed piontx-r. The position ever held was »0 interesting or list.
i. M c C oll , p . m .
i or raisiug is very soon evident. Tot' , funeral w ill Is-held tomorrow afternoon valuable to the agricultura, interest«, as
Soil w ill ni< a-eesful a poultry raiser must l>e able from th« residence of his daughter.
rect ft om the foundat on, instead of ported from the outside
the one to l»e held in San Diego. Cal.,
trying to prune and compress to find this struggle not only in the to maintain offspring with the same
in 1915, promisee to be.
rrmc' ■ the evil:
vigor and vitality as the parent; other- ,
The Panama-California Exposition,
coloring its life as a drop of ink Wl«e there would soon la* no egg- in
Department of tlie Interior,
If 0 ie slum of a g rr.it city were
Formerly there was much mys
discolors a elean blotting pad When winter liecause of lack of constitutional 1
who live in
; i 1
Canal, will run a full year, a« the equ- ; Office at Portland. Oregon, June 24, 1911.
once the tendency is reversed the vigor in the st'K'k.
Notice is hereby given that John Roy-
bergris, that most valuable sub able climate makes this possible. The
slum will be destroyed in much less
"But it is not all in the raising. There
lanee West, whow poet-office address is
But the slu
time than it takes to create one. is probable met« in the breeding, and stance, but now it is pretty gener
53o Davis St., Portland, Oregon, did. on
of »< < il tendencies . >f so. ¡al pres-
ally agreed that it is nothing more in San Francisco, also in 1915, will be the 1st day of July, 1910, file in this
pcr.iting stea<lil y in one di The wonderful wealth-creating, ami it is Hot «0 much a matter of the breeds
kept ojH-n six months. The two expos
or less than a “morbid secretion”
office Sworn Statement and Application,
recti* r. and there is nothing quite therefore poverty abolishing forces , No matter how they may l>e raised, fed
due to a disease of the liver of the ition will tie supplementary to each No. "20'3. to purchase the s1^ sw*-t of
•O irr< sistiblc as a t« ndency.
other, but the San Diego exposition 1
Hut in this case, as in all other cause they have not the breeding or the sperm whale. The whales which will have many features never before Section 2 ami «'■» se1«. Section 3, Town
You can *ce the slum on the small
men exhaust every avenue laying capacity, tin the other hand, yield ambergris are invariably sick «een in -uch a show and it promises to ship 1 North, Range ti East. Willamette
scale i n almost anv c »untrj sillage.
things wrong before try some will lay, almost in spite of tieg- i ly ntid emaciated animals.
tie equally as interesting in its way as Meridian, and the timber thereon, un-
thougl it is not called a slum there
In ancient times this substance the exposition by the Golden Gate. . <l«-r the provisions of the act of June 3,
Our experi I led; that is a question of breeding."
A few poor families. so poor that
One farmer replied to the question, | was known as “amber,” a name also “an Diego has stout $2,500,Out' to s;»end 1978, and acts amendatory, known as
ments with the shim have been fail
they h ve on the very edge of desti-
that the problem with him was "To 1 applied sulisequently to the fossil on its exjosition independent of county he “Timlier and Stone law,” at such
tution. make the vill.igr slum When*
larger, more menacing than ever and make the exit large enough for the hens, j gum now commonly so called. In aid or the expenditures of foreign coun value as might tie fixe«! by appraisement,
ever a death <»r sickness occurs In
To scatter the slum but too small for our valuable cattle I order to distinguish between the tries. The latter will probably include ami that, pursuant to such application,
one (>f these families. thr charitably more hideous
contagion; to con dog. and to have open front house and I two one was called amber gris1 the Latin-American Republics, and the land and timber thereon have been
disposed fimi "relief work” te> do
centrate it is to parade its atrocity yet be protect«! from skunks, owls, (gray) and the other amber jaune l»ossibly China and Japan. The style appraised, the timber estimated 7rt».<ki0
This is charity at its
next i loor.
(yellow). So, we perceive, the word of architecture will be wholly of the bottfd feet at 50 cents per M. and the
To deny its existence hawks, and wild cats.’’
As thr village grows into a
ambergris” means simply gray am Mission, or Spanish Renaissance type. lain! 080.00; that said applicant will
town rhe number of its poor in- is to play the ostrich To abolish it
offer final proof in support of his applica
of shipping and marketing; another ber. As in the case of the fossil Ail buildings will be permanent.
errases, their poverty deepens, and
tion and sworn statement on the 12th
The rite of the exposition is Balboa
the «him begins to fake form as a the thing itself is folly
the kind of feed he wants, ami still an- . time to time on the shores of the Park, in the center of San Diego, con- day of Septetnler. 1911. before the Reg
slum; «hen the town becomes a city,
other finds his problem “To keep the sea, where they had been cast up by 1 taiumg I4oo acres. In it will be the ister and Receiver of the I'nited States
its poverty area widens until there
When science discovered that the
l-arnl office, at Portland, Oregon.
chicks growing from time of hatching the waves
finest exhibit of floriculture and abor-
■ire literally acres of it. and «-hen mosquito was responsible for the
Any jerHon is at lilx-rty to protest this
until ready for market, and keep them ;
iculture ever seen in the world. Mill-
the city becomes .1 metropolis, there spread of yellow fever, how- silly it
purchase before entry, or initiate a con
free from disease.”
Whan Squirrels Ware Numerous.
are square miles of it. there are made an armed posse look, quaran
Accounts of early writers show propagated for this purpose. The most test at any time l»-fore patent iasues, by
square miles of slums streaked with tining a town
Shot guns for mos
that squirrels must formerly have eminent landscape architects in the filing a corroborate«! affidavit in this
"tenderloins” and "red light" dis quitos'
Yet it is by just such
office, alleging facts which would defeat
been amazingly numerous. God world are engaged in the work of pro
chimsv methods that society- handles
H. F. Higby,
Throughout the Pacific northwest July man snys that the gray coats were a viding a beautiful setting for this uni the entry.
For all of this there is a compe the slum question. We deal with the has la-gun with almost no loss by forest
fearful scourge to colonial farmers que exposition.
The cause is economic shims as we did with yellow fever— 1 tin-« so fur and with conditions unusual- |
and that Pennsylvania paid £8,000
pressure, scarce opportunity to earn killing its victims instead of killing ly favorable for prevention, m rording to
Notice is hereby given to all whom it
in bounties for their scalps in 1749
may concern that the Mount Hood Rail
a decent living Water never knows
the monthly bulletin of the Western Fer- alone. This meant the destruction
why it runs down hill
Neither do the Public
way Power ('«vmpany is about to pay to
ie“try and Conservation i—iu-d tialay af of 640,000 within a comparatively
Monday evening is the date for a «pec-
F. H. llapgiH»! the balance due from
ter the rvi-cipt of n-port- from praetieally [
small district. In the early days of ml called mass meeting of the citizen« of said Company to said Hapgood en ac
: all private, state and federal protective I
western settlement regular hunts
count of grading of crossings performed
Slashing tires were numerous j
organized by the inhabitants, some matters relative to the proposition by said Hapgood under contract with the
in June but wen- prevented from entering •
who would range the woods in two
said Company in the construction of its
Widespread rains at the
from morning till night, tension of the city limits to include their railroad, and any and all persons having
close of the month extinguished smoul
dering fires and |M-rniit preparation to vying as to which band should plying of water and sewage to the com a claim or claims against said Hapgood
bring home the greatest num tier of
which constitutes a lien against said
meat the inevitable dry s|«-ll to follow
pany, which in consideration of the re
Idaho is report«! in particularly good trophies. The quantities thus killed quested favor will place its repair shop railroad or property of the »aid Company
are hereby notified and required to pres
condition. Then- has Ix-en no loss ex are almost incredible now.
- on the ground in question. All citizens ent the same to «aid Company at its office
cept of a few cut logs The timber own
of the town are request«-«! to attend the in the Lewis Building, in the City of
Farming Versus Grammar.
ers' tin- asstH-iations and the forest ser
meeting which will probably lie held at Portland. Oregon, on or before the 24th
One of the board of education, the Commercial Club rooms at 8 p. m.
vice have pushed work on trail and tele
day of June, 1911.
phone building to aaaist their patrols. going his rounds, put the following
SMITH, KERRY A CHANCE. Engineers
By W. P. BRERETON,Manager.
Railroads and loggers have taken extra question to a scholar in a country
True politeness is perfect ease and
The chief com school:
freedom. It simply consists in treat
“How do you parse the sentence, ing others as you like to be treated
plaint is that set tiers are not complying
with the law requiring permits to burn ‘Mary milked the cow?’ ”
Pupil—Cow is a noun, feminine
slashings and that in road building too
much material is fallen into the adjoin gender, singular number, third per
For parties desiring to attend the above
He who buys what he does not
meeting a special round trip rate of one
ing woods to I h - coiuc a menace when dry. : son. and stands for Marv.
need, will often need what he cannot and one-third fare has been made by the
Washington has had many sharp skir- I
lie of the Roard—Stands for buy.—Franklin
Southern Pacific Company, from all
misliea with slashing tires and a few 1 Mary? Now, how do you make that
points on it.« lines in Oregon. Tieketson
bridges and cut logs have h,-cn lost, but out ?
Important Clubbing Offer- The Ta- «ale June 1. 10, 20, 30. July 2 to H inclus
tire has lievn kept out of green timla-r
Pupil—Because, if the cow didn’t i cific Monthly, The Herald, Hammond's ive. with going limit July 10 and final
and much giHwl accomplished by the re stand for Mary, how on earth could Modern Atlas of the World, worth $5.50. return limit S-ptemls-r 15, 1911. Stop
overs allowed within limit.
moval of alsmt 4i>,"0o acres of dangerous Mary milk her?
for only $2.75. The Regular price of
For more detailed information, fares,
logging debris. The stat«- has bad 23 reg-
the atlas is $3.00.
etc., consult any l<M-al agent.
4 TH CELEBRATION
WAS BIG SUCCESS
•him dwellers know why they are
•o conditioned. They do not reason
it out They cannot explain it. And
if the powers of civil government
were thrust into their hands on con
dition that they remedy these de
fect« of a society which they are
part but not as members, they would
be helpless to do it Social regener
ation can not coine through its
Nor can it come
When Bolton Hall
said that charity is an "institution
for relieving the condition and in-
< reasing the number of poor," he
slated a solemn truth
scarcely touches the problem There
is no sulisiitutc for justice. Nature
delies us to tind one.
The only practical remedy for the
>lum is to reverse the tendency that
will not do it
It fails as often as
tried, and it has been tried times
das and anti-vice crusades are equal
Nothing permanent can
be accomplished until those social
currents which produce the slum are
KILLS ONE PERSON
WHAT IS BIGGEST
DEATH Of W. J.ZIMMERMAN
AN EXPOSITION THAT MILL EXPLOIT
NOTICE LOR PUBLICATION
forest I Ires Rare this Season.
SPECIAL MASS MtELING CALLED
National Educational Association
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