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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 15, 1912)
URGES COMMON StNSt MOKt BAI ILLSHIPS
IN BURNING SI ASHINGS
Portland, Or., Aug b Mr. Roy
Which I* the bettor? To spend *12,-1
supervising state fire warden OOO.tXMI.0O in building a bnttle«hip like |
Entrad «« Second Cl»s* Mail Matter at Lent». Oregon, Auguat », 1911
for Multnomah county, who may be the North l>«kot« «nd continue to vend ;
Published Every Thursday at Lenta, Ore., by the M t . S cott IH bushij < u Co. reached at 719 Neon building, Port 31,000,000.00 after it each year for the |
land, states that farmers and others upkeep and operating expense» or to |
H. A. DARN ALL, E ditor and M anaobr .
engaged in clearing land frequently uae that sum on foreat reaervea, and [
cause state officials and themselves landa, merchant marine, good road«. I
Office Phone: Home 1111. Residence: Tabor 2s 13
unnecessary trouble th rouble failure navigable river« and commercial har- I
to acquaint themselves with the fire bora?
laws "I am frequently called upon
This subject will tie discuss«! by
HE man who travels through
to go to a remote part of the country President David Starr Jordan, of Le
Oregon as a tourist gets a
to inspect a slashing the owner wishes land Stanford university at the forth
cognizing the imperfection that
very superficial idea of its great pertains to the handiwork of to burn,’’ said Mr \\ aid». "when coming Trans-Mississippi Congress .
there is no occasion whatever for the „which will be held in Salt Lake. Aug.
ness or of its possibilities. He
man a progressive is seeking to trip."
27¡to in his address “The Case Against |
either enters the state at night
make improvement in present Section 7 of the -tale lire law pro War.” Following hia speech the floor 5
or completes his exit at night, conditions where improvement vide», that during the period between of the convention will be thrown open I
and in neither instance gets a
1 and Oct 1, it shall be unlaw to debate. Numerous peace advocates
As the trend is June
lul for any person to burn slashings, propose to take advantage of this priv-1
just measure of Oregon’s size.
more and more toward popular brush or timber land without written iiege and are now loading up on sta-
Unless he be an unusual indivi
government, the progressive is, permit from a warden. This section, i tistica to scatter them in the “open
dual he judges Oregon from his
of course, going in that direction. however, further 'tales "This re forum of the West " Advocates for
observations along the Columbia
“He has faith in both the right striction shall not apply to the burn universal peace propose to point to the
and across the eastern part of
of the people to self-government ing of log piles, stumps or brush heaps fad that the United States spent on
the state or from a ride from
in small quantities, under adequate preparation for war in 19U the sum of
and in their capacity for self- precautions and personal control, and 3253,086,000
00. During the same year
north to south over the Southern
government. He believes that a in accordance with any t rcgulations the country failed to bull J needed pub
Except for a short
government is secure and strong which may be adopted by the State lic roads, public buildings and also fail-1
hour's ride in the Union and
«1 |»> stamp out many preventable di- '
in proportion as it draws its au Board of Forestry “
Baker Counties, a whisk down
thority from the people and is It can be readily seen that in a senses among animals and men. She I
the middle stretches of the Uma
number of cases no permit is has allowed 500 people to bo driven;
responsive to the will of the peo large
required to burn The state board from their homes by preventable floods.
tilla and a four hours trip that
has ruled that when burning is done The war debt of the nations accuniulut-1
he was within a hundred miles ple.
“The progressive favors justice it must be continuously watched and «1 since 1700 reaches nearly $37.000,-
of the relatively most productive
in government and believes that the law provides that if fires escape 000,000.00.
wheat lands in the country; or
the one doing the burnings is held
when threading the sand dunes this can only be secured through strictly accountable for all damage
Letting Rid of Anta.
and tunnels along the Columbia the application, in all depart If there is doubt in any person's OREGON AGRICULTURAL col-
that the hills above are inhabited ments of the government, of the mind as to the safety of burning even LEGE, Corvallis, Ore.. Aug IO—The
Jeffersonian doctrine of equal log heaps or brush properly piled and best methods of ridding lawns and
by some of the wealthiest wheat
growers in the entire country; rights to all. It follows that to safe guarded, Mr Woods advises hav houses of ants, which frequently be
ing a fire warden’s assistance; but if
troublesome pests, are described
or who when passing along the be a progressive, one must be in this is not the case, burning may be come
by the crop |>e»t workers of the Oregon
a position to do his own think
lower river, would imagine for
done as indicated without violating Agricultural College, thus :
a moment that the snag covered ing. No one can be expected to the law
‘•Whenever the ants' nest can lie lo
cateti the fleet means of destruction is
hills to the west inclosed the go forward if he must ask per
to mak a hole in the center of it with
FIVE CENT BAZAAR
marvelous wealth in spreading mission of the beneficiaries of
a crowbar or similar instrument, pour
farmland of Washington County.
Held in Grange Hall, Sept. 7th, 2 to into it one or two ounces of bisulphide
Even in the famous Willamette
of carbo-'. tamp the soil lisek into the
9:30 P. M.
Valley the extent of its valuable man whose sympathies are with
hole and throw a heavy blanket over
acreage is more than half hidden the people and who has the in The W. C. T. U. of Multnomah the nest to bold in the fumes of the bi
county will have the privelege and hon
by intervening forestry. It is telligence to see what needs to or of entertaining the great National sulphide.
only when one gets away from be done and the courage todo it.” Woman's Christian Temperance Union “To destroy ants in the house a mix
ture of three grains of tartar emetic
the railroads and penetrates up
annual convention on October 19 to 26th. an i four ounces of syrup should lie
OT only is there a difference Each local union in the county has
the Willamette he decides Ore
over bits of china or chips and
in workmen but there is a pledged fifty dollars or more to aid in smeared
gon is practically uninhabitable.
placed in the ants’ runway. It is es
the entertaining and Mt. Scott union pecially gissi as a remedy because it
difference in equally willing and
As a farming country it looks
is sending out the following invitation
like 30 cents. Looks like there industrious workmen. A drive to a bazaar to be held to help raise will not kill the anta immediately. 1‘hey
carry the mixture to their nest and feed
would be plenty of rock, and along the roads between Lents their quota.
the larvae upon it, and thus kill out the
lumber, and mud for building and Gresham will reveal some On the Seventh of September without entire colony.”
purposes with a sufficiency of striking illustrations of this fact.
Will be held a noval live cent «ale
water and sand for bathing and
By the tireless W. C T. U's Aid
Whose zeal and ardor never fail
scrubbing. Like cities which portion of the county that has
’ll lie delicacies piles! up high,
are entered through their rear
From five cents up your choice can
gates by the transportation lines
ten cents up you can buy such cake
and “stringtwin,” “Tin Can Al acre tract was taken by an en- E'or As
your mother herself never dared
ley” or the “Cabbage Patch” thusiastic amateur agriculturest.
impress new comers or merely He had the nerve and ambition, An ice cream cone for just five cents
you’ll soon forget all expense.
transients unfavorably. Oregon but he lacked practical know And So
useful articles by the score.
is penetrated by its great roads
At prices seldom found before
in such a way as to give false im acres today are little better than For birthday and for Christmas gift
If purchased now will give a lift
Who, flying down he found them.
To the fund the Mt. Scott Union here
the rugged gorge of the Willam
Has pledged toward entertaining
ette would suppose the outlying opened up last spring, two small Of the National
regions by wagon road that the
of every kind.
true greatness of Oregon is ap- has been removed, the soil has
Potted plants, seeds and bulbs
apparent? Then besides the well all been plowed; a good crop of At prices to you'll
tit the purses of all
developed level farm lands. ’ the
So come early and make a long call.
utilazation of the logged-off and provements, which include a If your patriotism is running high,
You’ll find ail kinds of things to
burnt-over areas becomes appar sawed post (painted) woven wire
ent. And still more remote in
Flags for the home, the church, the
the process of development is supports a neat home, is all clear Colonial articles
made by rule
the additional acreage that will
and all things nice
come into cultivation when the fruit in bearing, and every foot
And everything at a fair price.
eight to nine some children dear
untouched forests will have been of the ground is productive, even From Will
speak and sing and bring good
removed, the land has been di-
v ided and in small holdings con- between with winter vegetables At six o’clock in the banquet hall
A good square meal will be set for
verted into highly productive It all depends on the man, his in
areas of intensified farming.
Five times five cents the cost will be,
A better meal you’ll seldom see.
With this prospect in view the
possibilities of our state seem to
From two to ten on the seventh day
expand, and it may not be able
Of the 10th month, come wet or
to maintain half the population not improve the Taft standing in Please gather
to laugh and talk and
of the nation at the present time;
The Two Things
Necessary to Possess a Bank Account
The first is the Desire or Inclination. Every
one has u wish for money It is human na
ture. for it takes money to iiossess the com«
forts and necessities of life.
The second requirement in One Dollar or
more. The first deposit need not be large
and after the first money is deposited, you
have a bank account. The size of your bank
account rents with you. All we require is
good faith, come in and we will explain to
THE MULTNOMAH STATE BANK
AHILURD WIIH SCiNIUMM tMIICM IMI. PORTI AND OMCOk
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
E'OR HALE—One fourth acre,cleared,
in Walden Park. Five dollar payments
Enquire at Mt Scott Publishing Co's.
First quality Fruit Jar Kubliera—I
d<m>'ti for cent* at McNeil Bros Also
WANTED Good, elean cotton rags Del.Monte tomato«« at 10 cent« per oan.
at l^c a pound. Mt. Scott Pub. Co.
F«»R KALE—Silver plated It flat.
WANTED—Boy« may be had and Conn Cornet, 615, Inquire al Cottage
sometime* girls. The older ones at Restaurant, Main St., Lenta, Dr.
ordinary wages and others to I*
schooled and cared for in return for
BUNGALOW FOR SALE Bargain.
«light services rendered. For particu Moderni! room bungalow. '<>«115 lot.
lars address W. T. Gardner, superin House well linished and gissi improve
tendent Boys and Girls Aid Society of ments Must sell at once, Address 2»kl
Oregon, Portland. Ore.
tf South Main, Lenta
FoR SALE Newspapers for wrap
ping or kindling. Mt. Scott Pub. Co.
FOR HALE—All bonaehold gomia,
MiiRxal 1 net rument», 25 llena ami
Fir«t quality Fruit Jar Itubla-rw--4
Fryer«, I line Jersey cow
Apply a* »
leal colored hoti»e just Weal of Sonili d"z**u for 25 cents nt McNeil Briar. Also
"I "Id Mentone grocery, Lenta
2 1 |>elMonte tomatoes at !<• cents |»-r can.
LUMBER—At our new mill l’4 miles
Try <n Electric Milk Shake
southeast of Kelso. We deliver luntlwr.
(• l*"rt A Thompson's
For a limited time only we
will give away several 42
piece dinner sets and several
dozen beautiful art plaques.
Beautiful, Artistic, Durable
when fully developed it will sup consequence in the state will now
port a people of that proportion. feel justified in dropping the
But this must be done by better support which it has given half
methods of farming than have hearted though it has been, and
been prevalent in the past; even we all the more thoroughly con-
on an average, of the recent past, I vinced of the administration
which all goes to suggest the methods as practiced in the
necessity of a knowledge and ex south.
ercise a practical scientific agri
The postmaster at Condon
loses his job. It will begin to
HE New York World queried dawn on the Bowerman crowd
Mr. Bryan as follows: pretty soon that the state of
the county of Gillian,
“Disputes between partisan ad Oregon,
of Condon can wag
vocates have obscured the popu
the assistance of
lar conception of the term 'pro
gressive, ” as applied to current
political controversy. In order
Are fjver At War.
to clear up this confusion will I There are two things everlastingly at
you, as a recognized authority, war, joy ami piles. But Bncklen’a Arnica
give a definition of your interpre Salve will banish piles in any form. It
tation of the term, illustrating soon «ubdues the itching, irritation, in
as clearly and concretely as pos flammation or «welling. It gives comfort,
invite« joy. Greatest healer of bums,
sible its applicability to present boils, ulcers, cuts, bruises, eczema, scald“,
pimple-, “kin eruptiotu. Only 25 cts at
Mr. Bryan’s reply was as fol- All Dealers.
Teething babies always have a hard
time of it when this process occurs in
hot weather. They not only have to
contend with painful gums but the stom
ach is disordered, bowels loose arxl the
body uncomfortable. The beat help you
can give the little sufferer is McGEE’S
BABY ELIXIR. It corrects sour stom
ach, cools arxl quiets the bowels and
helps digestion. Price 25c, and 50c per
bottle. Sold by Lents Pharmacy.
Quench your thirst with an Electric
.Milk Shake. lambert A Thompson,
Either a 42-piece dinner set
or a beautiful art plaque will
be yours for the simple expen
diture of a little energy. Call
and see the beautiful designs
and get particulars.
The Trials Of A Traveler
‘‘I am a traveling salesman.” writes
E. E. Youngs, E Berkshire, Vt., “ami
was often troubled with constipation
and indigestion till I is-gan to use Dr.
King's New Life Pills, which I, have
found an excellent remedy ’’ For all
stomach, liver or kidney troubles they
are uneq naled. Only 25 cents at All
Try electric Milk Shakes at Lambert
Mt. Scott Pub. Co