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Hii(.tdi), April 12, ltui
T U H TIMKH. II TO J A h D It U It N H , II A It W U V O O U ft T Y 0 It K Q()N
I This Week
By Arthur Brisbane
I KT l.IOX ItOAlt VIA UAIHO.
NI NOW FlltPO.
I III-: I.ABT HlliVlttt TllltHAI).
lilltKK Kl.NDH OF WKAI.TII.
I.KT THHM DANCJIO.
Iluio la a nuw radio Idea, llrlt
t i brontloaatorH will IiihIuII ii mlc
i . pliunu mul vory small transmitter
i i some wild wood, frotiuoutcd by
ghtlnguluH, tiiul tho wonderful bird
' .ot born for death" will bo hoiiril
TaTaTaTaY" (la BaBBBm
ttMit tn "saaBi
SSM tuiwii J) ntm nu PSaa
w.p. Fuller. icCQ M
"" TO hV.I INtSll'Ft KKl'ixKk ""
H ea I M.tft-' J H
M Fuller 8S3
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Where you may
buy Paint with
Wherever you see the
the above window pos
ter displayed it identi
fies a progressive, de
From him you may buy,
with confidence, your
paints and varnishes
he is a Puller dealer.
Hit reputation Iuj tuck of
it our quality guarantee of
Puller paint and varniih
product) i guarantee rcit
ing on 75 year of experi
ence in making paints for
Pacific Coait condition!.
Trad with mm merchant
whose name appears ImIom.
Ask or Mttd for otr I'KKK
book "Ho Painfull."
ion ay luucn nionucT consult
tii Kr.uiwr uli,:ii uiiauti
C. II. Voeghtly
W. P. FULLER & CO.
Ml MImIoh Sum), So rciK
31 DubcLm la Pacific Co it Cltli
oil over lOngliind.
Suggestion Tor Ainorlenn broad
casters. Iltidimd of it bod-llitio
htory. lot youngsters hear tlio lion
roaring, olophaiit iritmpotlng, hynoii
laughing mul baboon yelling front
llo koo. It could bo arranged by
adjusting tbo fuudlng hours. Kvory
boy would llko It, especially tlio
"I'll fight no more," auys Flrpo,
giant nt tlio PampnH, "itftor thla one
right with ltolch."
Tliu Argentine giant means to
llvo bin own llfo and luavo tlio at
mnaphuro of tlio prlzo ring, which
ilnoa not ploaHo Ii 1 tn. llo ovon ro
firMs tlio possibility of making hritf
a iiilllloa by ono moru fight In tlio
Unit oil Slates.
Flrpo linn mot "a worao ltnooUout
than Dompsny's." A lady from Paris,
who iioIh, wautM Flrpo to l'o to
Who was't betrayed tbo Capital?
- A woman I
Who hint Murk Antony tlio world?
A woman I
Who wan tho can ho of a lung ton
years' war, nnd laid at luut old Troy
In tmhufl? Womanl
And now U'h Flrpo'a turn.
Juki fifty yearn ago, youiiK Hart
Pease DaukH mid lib wlfo lived
happily. Ilo even wroto a Hong to
toll hor that bin affection would
hint forovor. "Sllvor TbruadH Aiiiiiiik
tlio dolt!" wiih tho titlo of that song,
you remember It. well. If you're, flf-
i . U'h a pretty song. Many Imvo
iMi'ilH'riMl It. It dikiIh nionoy and
vi-u pnnporlty onm In ono door,
h.irmotiy flow out of tho othur.
Ditiiku and his wlf sinrHtod. 1 1 In
i nnd dHMshtor linro qMnrrld
.ibniit roynllloH on tho ions.
h. 1003. an old iiinu wa found
ilvatl. kuotjlliiB biMldo hli bud in ft
l'lilladnlphlu IoiIkIhk homo. On an
old copy of "Sllvor Thrombi" ha bail
written thin: "It'i hard to yrow
oW Rlontt." Tliut wm Dniiks. htiat
Frlilar hl wlftj wm burlwl. Sho
had died nt tlghty-two, In lirook
lyn roomtnK houao, where alio lived
CouitrMct your own moral, and
be aura to Include thlti. "U'h hotter
to put ii food houau nnd lot lit your
wife's name, or build up for htr n
rcipcoinbl lmnk hccoiiiii. that you
mn't touch, tlmn to alng to her
"Vw, my ilurlliiKt you will bo nl
wayt you iik and fair to mo."
Mound tho world filer, iiniiuiiu
tarliiB hoavy woathnr, wuro tempor
arily cheeked, and kuoho that uovor
learn Hay "the flyltiK machluo will
never bu prnctlcal."
It Imii'I ho Ioiik ulueo railroad
limn tabloH anuoiinct'd that trnliiH
would run at aueh an hour, "weatbar
purmlttliiK-" Weather dooHii't 8top
tham now. It won't atop flylttK
machines, oltbur. In aaother twunty
Thr nro tbroo kliidn of wenlt't
only -thu KAIITII on whloh you
laud. TIMK and mull's INTKhhl
nU.N'CK. How wnalth Inerounoi mid
tlnio Is actually lucrtased or jnved
lit Hhown by rimeareli of tho National
Atooulatlou of Farm Kiiuipinant
Mnuuracturuti. ThankH to inachln
ury miviiiB labor, American farmera
imved lout year l.:i82,r30,20 1 dayn
of actual work.
Figured at (3 a day that would
bo a gain to tho farmorH of four
blllloiiH of dollar. Farmer will
wonder where tho money In,
Tho foot, unfortunately, Is thnt
tho Having of tlmo, monoy and co.U
duo to perfecting of machinery, goes
largely to mlddlemon not much of
It to Ihoiio dial do tho notuul work'.
Von would iiy that big mtiHcloii
mi ni'itia mid hack are moro vnlu
ublo oariiei'H than (loop convolution!!
In tho brain, an you read ot 'jllfcru
made to Mr. .Iiiok DompHoy. llo
hmi a moving picture offer of a mil
lion, ami two offero running from
half a million to a million for a tow
mluutoo of fighting.
"MiihcIo la king," you nay, but
then you romonibcr that John I).
Hokerollor, Jjr., loaning ovor for
IiIh 1 foot putt, might hnvn ouo llt
tle thought that would earn him fifty
mlllloiu, and ho wouldn't have to ho
photographed, or fight, to got It.
Dr. Outhrle, rector of Hi. Mark'n
fine Wplroopal Church In Now York,
bullovoH In dancing m part of re
llftloiiH Jiorvlce. DIhIiop Manning,
hi Hitperlor, forbldH ilanolng- In thu
church iiorvlco. NovortboIoHS, Dr.
(luthrlu will have thu dauolng.
How would It ho, hIiico human
IihIiikh are dllTeront, and their eon-'
eeptloiiH of what ploaHcn Dlvlno
Power ovon more dlirorent, to lot
thoHO dance that want to dance, thoiio
pray that want to pray, ami thono
Hlug that want to King, Oninlnclonce
above known what they all mean and
can wort out the good Intentions.
S. GORE WANTS ALL
TO ENOW OF TANLAC
liuilt Up Should
Tanlue He Snys.'
"Anybody who Ih ruilMlown and
wautH to bo built up to good health,
I certainly iuIvIbo thorn to take Tan
lac," la llio hearty fltiggeHtlon made
recently by I). H. Cloro, of 271 N.
L'lHt HI., Apt. 21 a. Portland. Orogon.
"haul winter a year ago, my nppij
tlto (Implied down to iiIiiiohI noth
ing, I got where I could hardly nloep,
felt all tired out uf uioniliigH, and It
wiih all 1 could do to ntlck out a
m- p. - ..,-n. -tf.-
"1'M)T AM MOUTH lUHKAHK'
day's work. I wan nearly ulwayn
cni)(itl)ato(I, kept lotting weight, and
Juki felt iiifuernblo,
"Tanlae put mo to eating llko a
wolf, ntoppcd tho coiiKtlpatlon, nent
my weight up lweiilyflvo pounda
nnd mudo iiucli a remarkable change
In my appearance that overybody
noticed It. I wan right on tho Job
all tho tlmo, feeling yoarH youngor,
and have been In good health to thin
day. I take off my hat to Tnnlac."
Tniiltta Ih for hiiIo by nil good drug
ging. Aocopt no iiuliHtltiito. Over
10 Million bottlOH Hold.
Tnko Tnnlac Vegetable Pllbi,
i i ad Up iti Jointly relmburH-
.'i I'wn r' nnd inlying tho coat
.' . i . ..i an 1 iur.ru'iiii" Thoro
v . t 1 J J fuJjul und Htulo iigeutfl
oniployad, nsflalud by ucoros of city
.Ml county oIllolalH.
"Hlneo 1870, thoro bavo been bov
in known outliroaka of foot and
mouth illsoaHO In the United Hlntos.
Tho mont HorlotiK epidemic broko out
In IBM, nprcad over 22 ntatca, nnd
ro fjulred ovor 18 months to atnmp
out, caiiBlng n l088 of 172,000 anl
mala of an apprnlncd value of (,000
00, mid Inflicting a total lonn of over
?ir,000,000, In addition to tho Iohh
e cnitHoil by Iohh of business through
doHtruetlon of herds and qimrnntlno.
JOxperienco then gnlitoil Iiiih roHiilled
In thu iirompt action taken in Cali
fornia to Htamp out tho dlaenHo be
fore It becomen wldOHprend and on
domic as It baa in continental Eur
ope and Bouth America."
raroly In .man, chiefly In children
mill ndultll who lilllldln nlnk rinltnrilu
It Jh uxtreiaely provalont in Kuroponn , nole:
From tbo Hnlom Capitol Journal
we take tho following Interesting
paragrapliH about the foot ami
"Another outhruuk lit (.'alifnriilii
of tho dreaded hoof and mouth ills- l0"uro. ,,''-'' n'cur and
i'hc wlfo of a aullor handed tho
;miicr i.f a church the followlne-
countrloa ami catiHCH great economic
"hi from tbreo to lx dayn after
Mr, Home Owner
You don't know it all; I don't know it i
Tho othor follow dooan't know it all; But'
togothor wo know a-heck-of-a lot.
Let's Get Together
You toll mo what you uro going' to do in
tho way of building ami homo docorating
thin Hp'riiig and I'll toll you hoiiio thingK
know about that, and will mako you pi'ioo.s
that will mako you Hit up and tnko notice.
I. Se -Geer & Co.
(From O. A. C. Kxperlinont Station)
Potato Mcab and Ithlzoetoula aro
outrnllahlo by treating thu potato
aod with oorronlvu HUbllmatu pre
vious to planting. Tho Htock moIu
t Inn Ih totir ounces of oorroHlvo sub
linut. dlsaulvd In ouo gallon of
h.u water. Adding St) gullons of
water rnakvs up tho ataudard dip
pltir eoliiUou. Th imhhI Is soakid
from m to 1 hours. Tho solution
may he uhi) as lony as It Is clear,
HHiiHlly for five or ilx treatiufiuts.
Wowl or earthen wasols art usually
uwd a containers Ut th solution.
Oregon llvsstock owners are
learning the valu uf growing thrlr
dwn fted as largely as posslbb This
mnns moru Imrley In most fuiiiiHp.
wore alfaUa, clow. pas. vetrh 'nd
r rniiiiifiit pMMturs In weeluru Or
Con Oonbllnc tho corn Horetf wiH
rut out tho annnnl Importation of
tr.no to 2000 ears of com. and vaittly
ri ducn the purchas of mixed foeda.
THwkc are mime of the Important
rhns In farm prnctlcs ail vacated
b tho e.illage farm crop dupsrt
niant. Qrlmni ulfnlfn being tho iiiohI
hardy nnd also high yluldltig Is rv
oommended by the O. A. ('. farm
eropw depart my nt as most profitable.
I'noiigh additional- feed Ih frequent
ly nbtnluiid from It In ouo ceaHou to
ropny tho additional coat of Orliuiu
Heed. It la well Hulled to all part
uf thu Htate. The ueed cannot be
illHtluguluhtitl by tho average grower
from Heed of other varieties, ho grow
ors had bunt buy their hooiI only
from other grnwtirs known to have
KtMUluo (hi in in.
nW.M.VM OF FAIt.M I'l.OOIC
IS lUC STHP TO Sl'trOlfcJH
caio omphaHlu'H :ihu ilimcully or I ""' ' " eiuii, .o.iowoii i.y mgii
Htamplug It out boforo It Hjironila I foV"r; Two or ll,ruo ,,ft' ,nl(,r ,ho
throughout tho country. It la one of I vowc ca appear, anoui tuo mi., or a
thu olilent maladlofl known, recorda
uxlHlliig of tho ravagoa over 2,000
yearn ago, and at frequent lutervnla
tilitfc, yet atrlcl iiuarautlno of affect
ed regions nnd slaughter of atfected
liurda are the only known effective
"The dlaeasa la n highly contu
gloiiH aeuto fevor of a apsclflo na
ture, cluiniotmizyd by tho orpullou
of voalelaa or bllatura In tho mouth,
around thu coronets of the loot and
lwtwoun tlio toes. It attack .&tu.
rais. dog, and poultry. It occurs
"Peter Howcia having gono to
noa, his wlfo deairoH tho prayers
of th congregation for bin aafotjr."
Tho mlulHter glanced over It hur
riedly and then anneunced:
"Poter Iloworn having gono to
hco hla wlfo. dcHlrca the prayera of
the congregation for bin nafoty "
pea, in the mouth, and Hwelllng und
teudoruoaa aro mnulfcHted about tho I
feet In milk cowh the udder la also , A nwn , lllolor wa ooklBr
arfoc ed. 'the attack laata usually for 80molh,K l0 hd loat on tho
for 10 or 20 days, but Homctlmen r()0r
oniilliiUftM a your. The mortality la j ..,',. ,nM, n n.or nt ,Httv
- .... TV . -.. w .- tr.vuw -. ft
about .'I pur cent.
"hi the first outbreak In Cnllfor
ula last month. ll,7!( anlatala,
mild ho to the unher.
"Novor mind a llttlo thing llko
inat," sain tlio usuar. "Don't you
mostly swlno and enttlo, wera ilea- hoo thnt you aro disturbing tho wholo
troyed. Four counties wore, strictly crowd?"
and alx ntlgliborlnif couittlea iro-1 "Yea," ropllod tbo mnn, nor
vlilonally quiirnMtlnuil. Tho In retail voiiHly, "but, you sea, my tooth aro
aiilinalfl nro shot, tbo federal govern- In It."
l?J!.'-T!!lm..i'M' L" " I1II1IIIIHIIL11W-I.MIU TfWM
A Vl let m '? ti. .1L- I..I I f a . .s .
i -. -.i ln.' from n r.ln. tn nav? camp lhi.i bp wae tht hank' l,l.,l I t aSST-lZZ
.nK it , urln.l. ahoad Y A Nineteen yprrs lat4T. who. ho wes ' MYl1i HVili V-1"
. iu--i j.- -1? Tbafs h.' wnv 0 yvarr oli. ho f. ,MiIpi- In t'i l"AUl.P-JJ)
.... .-itn V. i!t. A Hptt'.h. V r , lai:k u iila.y of ': j .., .,...;. As A ' '"-J
K- ' i. HI . i r r or., ib. - ' . a .!. no he .rv, I a. . . u,,l trea-
- fi3 Via U
T-ai r 7. ts wsrrz
H'w '.h V
Mirnr at n tvudtilv t ... i ,.t A bl
r .- cler lUith did, Itfavfng Tk wpJs. Hut on (hat i.,o,m he
h ,lJ..V." t!-)l"l'1"' Uuifht -i i lived and SAVED. v;. tntlc
ten Will w.ia klicr JiiKh to i countryside eyv to ki.u.-. bint g
,,r..,,irr. ii MUitniivw io ft an nuneoi, unppntaw i,;an, nayac
. iMnwi, uiki biii, iip inaai wi" rinwunt. And th J ; it cunp an
ri atr bm atucy nt nlRnt. IHJthat :,i. Slat- n-nltlor hi Sptlrt?
. "ii."' .. "l wurKi ma whv iiom. in, jicard ot him. ani
nriwR'n on ego wo. a lid so li'Jicauae of hlH loral nuiiMw suhL
aran, as so many other hnv- for him and mad him i'Lat Kalilr
Kxatitiiicr nt 12 BOO a . ar. Hut
Wllllo Uvoil nt the ' n week
(Juoil Hwo l'nidiiciw both (Joed laiub
nnd Wool Crop In Maine Year
K Piofltable Animal
(From Department of Industrial
Journalism Oregon Agricultural Col
Improvement of the farm flock
by culling la ono of the longest steps
to success In thu hiifclticHH. Thin,
associated with Intelligent care,
should bo considered by every sheep
hi culling thoro nro several things
that must bo considered. It should
first he remembered that about two
thirds of tho roturu from a owe
comes from tho lamb crop and one
third from tho wool, Tho owe can
produco a good crop of both In a
year. Sho la not likely to produco
as much wool togotbor with tho
lamb crop na aim will without tho
Au thu lamb crop gives thu most
return It Ih glvon tho first considera
tion when culling. A good typo la
moat desirable. It is desirable to
cull out tbo owes with week backs
or Htuldlo backu.
Kwus with long logs, Hhullow body
mid weak constitution aro off typo
and aro not good lamb gottora. Un
dershot and ovorabot moutba aro tin
deslrablo from tho standpoint of
good feeding ability and It Ih boat to
got them out of tho flock.
Whon it cornea to wool production
all Hheop that produco light, frowsy
wool, lacking In donally, or thono
producing wool with too much var
iation In tlio slzo of fibers should bo
romoved from tho flock.
Flno wool iilioop that produco
palohoH of black wool on nny pnrt of
tbo body, also thoao producing kom
py IinlrH flhould bo cullod. Komp la
lisuully found around tbo fnco, foro
legs nnd thighs.
My culling tbo flock on this lmoiH
and mating tho owos savod with a
mm that comhlnos gqod typo and
Uoavy floooo, tho farmer soon lu
croiiBiift tho average rohirn of hla
u sell papers on tht stioots, cat
wsa iiiaRnrlnpa, run errnnda fr
i al Borefl, mid hold minor clorl -hfni
Jnu dny they organiod n
'ank In Champaign, nnd Will
.ot a Job na moaseuger. He to I
lie mother and his friends that 1.
,...' Ic . be ..
It whpn thi-v of)"
-f fpmily man-
e ,'. to doao
M-. he l b of
.hi j a jiar.
rule nnd Invested llo bahuco In
(lovurnme'ir nnit an I ruaranlead
llrat mgrtgawa. IIU new duties
took him nil nvpr u.-. Pnto. In wJipii St cino hvr.utH I know my
Clilca(.'n ho found a bank on itn work haikw&rdt "
Hani-, witcbul mri anvo the
tottering a't ni)i iVt him
lirottklent .' ih I..v.-,tocJ: National
Dank at Sl'i.ouu r. year, and tl.cn
the GovcTim.M;t heard of Iilm und
innde b:m hi ad of thv I-Vlcml He
tervo IInU t nearly ?50.()C0 .-.
''I won out." ho aya, "becauso
I r'K?Y. anl refreI to got ilisco'iri
0KJ I HM ready for opnortUM'y
Immunity For "G :nious Larceny"
in tho crimiiiHl eodo. If i
: larceny. It' in .- IoiiIh one
'v. Srv'ininjjly, however, if
illion (lolJarx it is Kiorioua
tion for that. The irovern-
ntl eiuttors up thu insuo for
i". .oca the bar of justice, whtm
al a loaf of bread and you
old hundreds of millions and
life for tho rest of your days
Wo nerd u nv f!n-!ficntic
man : tor's live doling ii i.' tc
liundriKl dol! a nt ii in t rand uir
he teu'.s one or tw )vv. ''-d
larceny and we huvo uj chdii.
ment jrous to enormoua uxpenac
yoiWH upon years boforo anyone
a Kigantio theft is allowed. St
aro up tho river in two days. P
you can travel tho oeean of eas;,
Tho present operations in Washington in relation to tho
oil situation present a spectacle calculated to produco moro
bolshovism than Any insidcous propaganda that could pos
sibly bo conducted by tho reds either In tho open or secretly.
Gravo charges, and graver disclosures aro twisted into politi
cal issues, each man scrambling for position, oach man trying
to capitalize the situation for himself or for his party until
tho performance has become disgusting. The issue haa beeh
lost to sight. Everyone is beating the torn tomato lead the
public mind down a dozen side lanes. 4
The country has been told that the United States govern
ment has been robbed of property worth $200,000,000, and
that tho robbery was made possible by the connivance of
somo public officials and the bribery of others. If these be
facts, then there is a plain, straightforward American course
that can bo pursued. Undor tho present system of probe
and sido probe, charge and countor-chargo, tho issues will
drog along for years ; so long, in fact, that tho public with
its shoit momory will Imvo forgotten all about the matter.
If tho government in Washington does not know how to
approach the problom, lot tho renders of this newspaper
write to the Presidont nnd ask him to call a Special Federal
(Jrand Jury. Ask him to havo tho ovidonco placed boforo
that Grand Jury nnd indictments obtained. Then tho issuo
can bo tried in a prompt and orderly manner and tho atmos
phere cleared nt once. Dohony, Sinclair, Fnll nnd anyone
olso charged so openly with looting tho American domain
surely will welcome such n course if ns innocent ns thoy in
sist, and if they aro not, then the sooner thoy nro brought to
hook the better.
YRH -THfc TIMB T0
00 A TI-USJ6 15
NVH-.'M IT -MOULD
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Tlio Michigan Supremo Court did well to uphold tlio right of tbo
State Normal .School to expel ono of its girl pupila for smoking cig
arettes. Unless wo watch ourselves iiomo high school girl will battle
for hor right to carry a ilnsk on tho hip.
It lmu boon HUggested that the now campaign song will bo
entitled "Should Oiled Acipjnlntanco Ho Forgot."
"Yours '. tt" country," aaiil tho Scotchman to the Australian.
"1 hoar yo lm"'o a great many Scotch ovor there," "Ayo," roplied
tlio Australian, "liuv our chief troublo Js with tho rabbits."
A Ciiineno rnvlsl with ou!to a i-ci-tion when he was askad
rocontly by ono of Now York's Vj'lhy inoa to do a picturo of hia
diuivlitor in oil, said. "No. Mo nrl!t. not nohtirinn."
fllfl Ttinmaa Trtt would StflW
and fret, and toll and crave and
borrow. ... He wouldn't stop
If ho should drop but said
he'd rest tomorrow! Folks said
ha never went to bed ao hard
ho pined for riches. Ho wasted
time an' called It crime by
puttln' on his breeches I Ho fed
tho atock an' watched tho clock
ho put up hay on Sunday.
. . . "Tho world is mine," ho
would opine nnd ovory dny
was Monday. . . . Tlio neigh
bors guessed he'd Imvo to rost
If fllcKiiess overtook him but,
nolther health nor sordid wealth
neglected or forsook him I
Somo called it pluck, nnd,
othors, luck but ull pronounoed
it slnvin' because his lifo
wns ondlcBB atrifo of garnorin'
nnd savin. . . , Ono oventido he
up and dlod which loft us
steeped in sorrow, . . . Abovo
his licnd, u tnblot read, that ho
would rest tomorrow I Wo bono
it's so, though wo dunno ho'o
too fur gono to foller though
some surmiso ho'd farm tho
skies if ho could make a dollar!