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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 4, 1911)
stallions ever brought to the state.
He le a pacer with a record of 2:<i4*4.
Ho also owns "Culzailo," a son of
By Capt. Thomaa B Harry.
A training tn the "speech aria" la
Astoria. Ore., July 22.—-A* Oregon the great ' McKinney,” 2:11, who
coming Io bo regarded aa an asaen- baa more green graaa In the year I sired more horses In the 2:10 Hat
Hal preparation for many vocallona than any other alate In the Union, ‘than any living stallion.
And, Cspt. C. P. McCam, of H«x»d
In life, not only In aoclal, educational she ahould naturally produce stronger
an<i profeaslonal lines, but also In and better type of horaes, for it I* River, not content with owning
the Industrial and commercial world generally conceded that graaa Is what [ Patchen Boy," who got a record of
The training offered by this achool mukea lame and subataixa.
2:10% In a winning race al three
will be found suited to thiao- pre
California haa milder winters than I years old, bought the famous Ken
paring for teaching; to all who are Oregon, which enable* the trainers i lucky stallion, "The Bondsman," for
titling themselves for platform work, to make greater progress with two 120,000 about four month* ago. Ho
either aa reader* or speakera, and year opfer and three-year-oliia, but 'anyone can see for bimMlf that Ore
llkrwlae to that large number of per- there I* an old saying among fruit gon Is fast coming to the front aa a
anna who do not intend to become grower*, "Early ripe, early rotten,” big producer of fast trotting and
professional, but who aspire to n I which hold* goal particularly In thia pacing horses.
wider field of general culture, and matter, for you aeldotn hear of any . The thoroughbred horse is almost
to ii fuller devvloi pllX'Ilt of their lu- giaiil horaes of seven or eight years extinct In Oregon. One can recall
old In that alate, except a few which, 1 ths day wh«-n Judge Bybee’s great
The comae of i
Th« N«w Vlotlm«.
Includali vo for some reason not generally given, filly “Misty Morn" won the Oregon
ile rulturn; have not
Wife (with paper) "Wall, well! cal, physical snd
early Ix-rby and then went down to Han
ri-adlnic; lit age. The Ort-non honte, on an
llwr«*« another ««roplnn« accident conversation and
the con- ; E’raiiclsco where she defeated all the
erature, with analysis and Interpre trary, receive* little
and, an usual, a lot of the Innocent tive rendering; repertoire, with the
or no handling I hwi thr«-«- year-olds In California. But
with Judge Bybee's death a change
bystander« burl ” Hub "Byatandora? ory and criticism; character sketch until he Is four and then, with all tame over the breeding of thorough-
You moan the 1nn<x'«*ut uadarataud- ing, rhetoric and oratory, life study,
thoroughly hardened, he la a cum i bred horses In this State. The purses
peraonutlon and dramatic art.
bung up to he run for at our race
pulgner worth owning,
The ai'hool Is r< gulnily graded Into
The first trotting stallion WHM meetings were all gobbled up by a
iliiKHivi tli.it me In
Ion four I ioiiih
brought Into Oregon by John P. class of cheap selling platere from
per day. from Tuesdays to Haturdaya.
In IkGO and was named California, owned and handled by a
Individual work Is done
llgh« ut prkca i>au| f«.i Ml***, Old l««*«lrv, («old Inclusive
lie had a record of ■ lass of men who stopped at nothing
« • «•h. fu. I N< I I MYKi ' I o • * yawra in afternoons and evening*, either with
<>ak «u<l Pino,
He was not ’ In their crooked designs.
the principal or with her aa*latutila
Most of th«; races were run and
A public claw, to which all Interest
won over night, the first money go
ed are welcome, meet* In the studio
I GIVE YOU every
I following year a man from Jackaon- ing to the caucus nominee.
was dead arid there wax no Incal man
The method of Instruction discour
to take his place and compel other
0 0 MARTIN. AN on avvici
ages both "i ramming" and copying. 'and brought back a very handsome ! men to race fairly. So the sport
.... Writ» t*r UtMMtiM
au<) la not hampered by adherence
ran down to such an extent that
to any set system, but strives, by mont," who had a record of S:50 I most of the fajrg held in the state
lhe use of old nyalrms. or by mean*
give no prize* for gallopers at all.
tliut are new and original, to pro mous Werner's ''Rattler,'' who after ' While others limit the amount to
mote, In a |>*> I'bologlcai way, n
Writ« for eaUilawu«« and Nteratura
Vermont got three |a-rformera with 1100 which ie no Inducement for the
distinct Individual growth and devel
Mail oidaia plan jinwtipl a I Us* 11 but»
of 2:30 or better. "Parrot," jobbers to conn- up here from Cali
Portland Photo Supply Co
Ix-wls," 2:29," and "Fan fornia; and with all the tracks In
Good library facilities, Inatructlv®
PUHl l.ANl). OKS.
He also got a big horse, that state now closed Indefinitely. It
and entertaining r«*adliiKB and l**c*
Boy," that won a | Is bard to say what those fellows
OW AHI» R NI’inuM
iMrw and <*k«a,lM.
In a field of six are going to do for a living. Herves
H l<o«<i>i||* < «U 't»‘|i- H|- m unan Uol4 b- Hold,
«11.»* 1* m <1 II <*.44. Sih»* Ik
Dlatrict track them right. They killed the goose
provided for all regular atudrntM.
•• ’ • » I** Il
»a»»l..|-^a a «1 tall >*i-«ll*4
heat was which laid the golden egg.
t»i <»« «i I :i.a» ■ ■■
r.'Htri ) an-l t tullir» work w>
Heavy draft hors«* have, however,
ll«4. ÌUf »«•*»*«. Casi**«*!« naAbUMsl Bang.
Eu remolog, for th® practice of dr- trotted In 2:30, but the big brown ! attained a degree of perfection in
bate, rxtemporanrouii epraklug und stallion wore down every horse tn 5 this state far beyond the most san
phi- race and finished the race In
‘ go In«.- expectations of prople engaged
In addition to the purely educa- 2 34. Besides these, "Vermont" got J in that branch of business. A K«-n-
tlorial advantages of the achool, Ila a horse called "Jim McDonough,"
social an<| moral atinoaphere : h of that could beat any horse In Califor I tucky gentleman who visited Portland
M<aat *c*j«i<«tik-aJ arai «fYartiv« fur iiuuss
and arhvui hraluig
a high grade, tending toward the re nia from the city Hall Io the Cliff some three month* ago, said to the
flnrnient of mannera und the build House, with two men In an ordinary , writer:
J. C. BAYIR tURNACt CO.
"I never visited a city of Portland's
Illg of character.
front «nd Market M».
The achool la located at 534 Mor-
' Hanililetonlan Mambrlno" was a size that could honestly compare with
NKNO roK CATALOGUES.
afreet. Portland. <>r
small but beautifully shaped bay her In the matter of business horses.
............................ .............. .... J rlaon
stallion brought to Portland In 1877 I You naturally l«x»k for fine gentle
by Simeon G. Reed, then vice-presi men's roadeters In a city of so much
dent of the Oregon Steam Navigation 1 local wealth, but when you come to
Co. He was by ".Mutielaus," a son I look at the express horses and dray
of “The Hero of Chester," and hie I horse* us«-d In the wholesale end of
I dam was by a son of that other fa your city, you see what Is to be seen
' tnoua nlre. ".Matnbrlno Chief." Thin in no other city of Portland's size,
horse »«k kept at it.... lovllli-, on tin- j It Bp«-aks volumes for the enterprise
I West Side road, and wan a auccesH . of your breeders."
The truth Is that Oregon has three
from the very «tart.
Herd had previously brought out big and capacious market* for all the
'a horse called "Autocrat" that Is still big work horse* she can produce—
living In Portland at the advanced Portland. Seattle and San Francisco.
•age of .34 years, but hla contribution And the horse dealers of the latter
to the trotting world was Insignifi city are never slow about sending
cant. On the contrary, "Hambleton- here for just such horses as they
Ian Mambrlno" got as many fast ones require.
Thus ft will be seen that the horse
! as any other stallion with the same
His roll of honor in ' has entered largely Into the spirit of
This is only one of the
Distributers, ' Portland. Or.
eludes the following:
Vanquish 2:10; Susie 8.2:20; Jane learned over again b«»cause of the
L.. 2:1»H; Fi<d Hambleton. 2:26; Astoria Centennial Pageant, opening
Stella H . 2:29^1; Hamnick, «, O Q - August 10 and closing September 9.
Carlyle Game, 2:25; Kilty Ham. 2:26. However. It was this celebration
which started the backward trend of
The Coming of Altamont.
thought and gathered up the lost
SIKESSC0LLE6E .lay Beach was post sutler at
/•nun eve. œ»v*r.v
xtrlngs of time.
on all line« on account
Klamath up to the time of [ Its
mn I— A«nd —' »Hr-* paieTM te hu 7
Th«- coming Salem Fair. September
,.,S m I •• 'S» (-«tolijl« IWrlr „1
11 to 16, will make evident the full
a fair supply of money at I
development of the horse of today,
mand, he sent East In 1SS1
for the best racers In the country
chased from Dr. William T.
.•ill be there for a weeks program
of Lexington, Kv„ a brown
I A7 /
some four or five mares, all gotten
I IRSI LESSONS
by stallions having public records,
Altamont made one season at the
Fort, where he got a stallion named
"Moronkers." who In turn got a bay
horse named "Klamath" that was the
A«k your ticket agent for
lending campaigner of the Pacmc
Const In 1893.
"Altamont" «w rather on a small
tr»*«a ssd kills *11
fli«*. Ne«t. ikia, order, but alsiut tin- strongest horse
This I b proven by the
lent < Lsai l-**<* <11 of his slxe.
t in t Spill tu fact
that whlk- his best time to a
tip <»•**. will n«»< s«-ti
sulky was 2:24, he actually trotted
<■» Injur* anything
<kUSrant*w<1 r«e<T- a third heat to a skeleton wagon In
I vs Ol »11 dealer» of
2:26. something that Is not true of
»mt prstmt‘1 lof >Oi-
one borat In five hundred. h\illow-
I «4» t>» ■»!<« <••-
ferwwhlyw. 1. I.
ing Is his roll of honor:
olden Altona ..............................
Fin»»« I" Quail». Largest In Vari»*»
They meet ever) requirement for cleaning ami
yollihltig ahoea of ail Minds and color«
2 ■ 2i :6«4
I ju I v Bench......................
BAAINO POWDER i
* IX TRACTS
o - OO
2 ■ 25
(JILT FIMiF. the ■ ont, ladle, .h.w dr.w.ln«
Ul*< - ks «nd Pollshi a
w.. V a ¿¡ hmhh •A.rtav#-«-/
a D»‘l Norte ........................
(hat iMNlflvrlv r. ntnlua i • 11*
ladles* «nd • hlMr.-n ’• boot« and ah<>^a,
D im - Sperry ....................
"French tllo«*, l<'u.
HANDY • • •nil'iuation f<»r vlranln« and J,«dishing
all k in I* "f i""’1
Ul II K XI HIT». in..*.« dlr!» raavaa
Id-arn a Profeaaion where the de Klickitat Maid............................... 2:19
rlr.a ...I «Hl-. In ll.juli*
*•>•», ■ >"
Touchet ......................................... 2:15
«„I. Ul, ....I i-a.IlT .ria'-'
1» -«•'» mand is greater than the supply.
Chehalis ........................................ 2:24U
!»••! for ua
1 wo llkaa, 10
Dignified, Lucrative Altaw«s>d ........................................ 2:24*4
•'if ,..ur d«at*r «!«*• n.’l X—p th* kind ,'"i want, Honorable,
arnd <■> hl. ».I ir.-.. and th* price lu »lamp. fur
The last seven named were pacers.
Writ*» for Literature and information.
Since then impivrtattons have been
be to YOUR advantage.
WHITTEMORE BRO8. & OO.,
InvalkiR and other« ne«ding «killed treatment, more frequent and quite ns valuable.
50-1« Alban» St., Cambridge. Mass.
The famous mare "Sonoma Girl." with
5*<- olilraf «oof l-i'Ved .W.ini>/1i. fio ,r* of
409 < onwnonwealth Bldg., Portland, Or. a record of 2:03H f°r ffe heat and
Shue I‘olithra in fA« II arid.
three heats all below 2:05. has a
brother called "Sonoma Boy” owned
by Mr. Frank Alley, an attorney of
Roseburg in Dougins County: and the
same genelteman nlso owns another
VARICOSE VEINS, HERNIA, BLOOD POISON stallion called "Bonadav,” by the
No «rver« operation«, many <«•'■• permanently cured in one
noted Kentucky bred hors«- "Bon Voy
Moat time aa\ inf, moat natural, moat aafe. A
age" owned by a son of ex-Senator
ra<li< al nn<l permanent cure. I give my word and will cita
ton to other medical autborltlea that tliia ia a fact. I am car-
Clark, of Montana, who won the Ken
duly prepared to cure by ««parlance and equipment, which
tucky Futurity at Lexington.
are the hey atone« to aucroaa.
I have the l>eat equipped
Paul Wessenger, th«- president of
medical office on the ('oa«t. I will five $500 to any charity m
The hat is a nasici that is neat ami
guarantee that every atatement in tbiaannouncementia true.
the Welnhard breweries, owns "Hal
practical for traveling.
1 invite you to come to my office. 1 will eiplain to yon my
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It Is not easy to be a widow; one
nuisj. resume all the moderty of girl
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