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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (April 23, 1909)
• IVORY GII Y” WILL
Bt MOST BLAUTIfLJL
Rival of Famous "White City"
Will Soon Be Ready
Tbe cloaely padded. Ill fitting aoft
cullar ineana aufferlug and aburteue
the Ufa for the bora»
"Year» ago I gave up the but, ith-ky
pad." aald an Intelligent fanner, "and
have used only the cluse fitting, bard
leather collar, which we have endeav
ored to keep rkwn Thia cleau collar,
with u good wssblug uf th» aboulder»
noun and night», baa generally aulAced
to keep them free from aoreneaa HUH.
durlug the t-ouatanl uae of the riding
cultivator In our corn field» the neck»
aouielliue» gel sure, t-auaed by tba
weight and the moving of the collar
acroea tits »kin at each atep of the
bona We are all lo<'lln«l to uae col
lar» too large for the h>«rae Much
palna abould ba taken lu tba first fit
ting of tba collar, aud if It la thorough
ly soaked and plnc«*d on tbe bur»«
while »till wet It will uaually shape It-
•elf to the abouldera
we try to avoid a too low draft Tbe
way double harneaaea are uaually made
all tbe weight cornea on tbe bora«*«'
necks. and there 1» a constant tend
ency to lower the draft even until It
cuuiee nearly to tbe point of tbe about
d»r Thia abould lie overcome aa far
aa poealtila Tbe dt*ft abould bo high
enough to luaure au even bearing the
entire length uf the »boulder, and Pel
Iber ahould the girth lie buckled tight
enough to cauae any draft on tbe top
of the neck. In fact, a girth la unntx-
eesary and need never 1« uaed except
where tbe trace» are attached to the
load »love a right angle to the borae'a
abouldera Hteel collar» are In uae near
•ta. and I ■ m going tn try ■ pair thia
spring. I think th» principi» la right
and they strike me aa being very run
Seattle, Wash, April M, 1 MOI)-Be
cause now horn oti the ground» Is
there the glare of while, only the
soft, mellow t«>n«> of old Ivory, th«
Alaska - Yukon • Pacific Exposition,
which opens In Hoattle on Juns 1st.
has come to be known generally
throughout the Nurthweat aa the
Chicago had Ita "White City,"
and a magnificent sight It was, but
blurred vision and buratlng head
ache were the price uf gating tuo
Every other expoel-
lung upon It.
lion since the Columbian Fair ha»
made white Its color, with the »am«
painful results. Probably tbe A -Y -
F would have ntade the name nt la-
take had It not been for tbe fact
that many of It» structures were con
struct nd of reinforced concrete sud
pressed brick. The brick In which
all of these permanent building» are
finished are of the tint of old Ivory
and. eInce everything at the fair Is
otherwise In accord. It would not
have done to have finished the many
plaster staff structures In white,
Recently every building on the
ground» was given Its final coat uf
color, and th« practically completed
exposition city presents a beautiful
The old Ivory blenda per-
fectly with the natural background
DWARF APPLE TREES.
of fir forest. Into which the «xpusl-
lion Is bulldvd, and one may wander They Ara Useful te Owner» ef Small
Plot» of Lands.
the length and breadth uf the
The sketch was uiatle from a Red
grounda on tba brightest day w ttb
Astrakhan tree set two year« before
out a thought of amok«*d glasses
Tbts was only one of n huudred «Imi
lar treea of tbe same variety planted
by George T I'uwell uf Columbia couu
Object to Strong Mcdklnea.
ty. N Y. who baa taken up the culture
Many |*uple object to taking the jf dwarf apples
Strong ntediclnee uaually proscribe* I by were propaga let! on Paradise stock»,
physician« tor rheumatism. Thct
irre I» which make irose that If prune<1 prop
no need ol Internal treatment in any erly never grow more tbau eight to leu
case ol nmacular or chronic rheumatism feet high. They can be planted leu
and more than nine out of every ten
caaea of the <ll»ea»e are of one or the feet a|iart each way and wbeu a few
other of liieM* varieties. When there le years old will bear a bushel to a barrel
no fever and little (If anv) »selling, you each.
may know that it to only necr-tMarv to
The owner of a »mall lot who «labe»
apply Ubamherlaln*» Liniment freely to to have several varieties of fruit sud
get quick relief. Try it. For sale by
tirealiaai Drug Co
Guaranteed la Pítate
Fvrry (lirdrfiM end
Piatite rah- u)«t trat the
eurterior tnrrrtaof Our
N<»rth«(B<irve n Beede
»• »Ul «•»*! poalpald our
I pkg e® f»sy Tentale
I pkg I*»tesnes Ne4t»k
I pM- ewW^rw-l.s <-»••••
I pap relteelen ■ erke* I alt«••
Ate* It tes Ktte» (beten Ftoeer R m U
Write te4ay' IteM IB ewwte •• Ulp p*T ptete«« ted
•a* king a*»4 vere» «e »>*• nte»«n '*$Mte • Cs»Harkte«. te
aether vitti «•»» R»w
InHrer*»«« (lar-ten (te»4a.
OltV.AT WOHTHV.HN MCKI» tIO.
IMO Hoe«* Nt.
Kock forti, llllnnla
A STAR SERIAL BEGINS
There ii an artk le in thia number with
a big jolt in it. DON’T MISS IT.
You know aorne of the things
Eviavsonv’a haa dune.
There is a atory by the •• Pig» la
Piga ” m»n that ia one long ache of
laughter, »nd back of these apeci»)
feat urea a big, tine Eviarsoov'»
M acazini .
THL GRISHAM DRUG CO
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anrnn» s»n»ln« a «»»Uh and AmeMptlnn may
aub-Mlv ascertain our opinion free whether an
li.«.ndon Is l"-"lsMt rs|tn,Afk <
•sin tn*. OMsst «»«nr« t.iissssnss im»»nt*.
I’At.-ufK taken through Munn A to. receive
ear. uy rntflre. without charpe, in the
Geisler & Dorres
•ennble Advice In Regard te
Celiare and Their U m
«III give the treea good culture will
Hud built plenaure and profit In dwarf».
In a commercial way lite npplea on
l*aradbH> atuckc have u.tt been growu
extensively enough to teat tbem. It I»
generally considered that they require
too inueli care to Ite profilatile when
growu on a large »cale Rome leading
fruit grower» believe, however, that
Ibe Duucln at.Kk ba» great commercisi
ItoMlblllllea. It make» tre«*» eighteen tu
twenty feet high. They can I« aet from
a rod to twenty feet apart each way
and cau l>e given the brät of attention
owing to their moderate »lie
Th» Fruit Patch,
The government burtleulturist eaya
many iwraona with »mall lot» may
plant what are known aa dwarf fruit
tn proportion to size dwarf
tree» are more fruitful than "atnnd
arda.'' They tome Into (tearing aooner
aud are therefore of »|H*clal value fur
uae In limited Incloeure» or fruit gar-
deu» Bealdee the ndvuntage of dwarf
ing. grafting may ite turned to g**od
account. enabling the owner of tree»
to lncrea»e hla variety of fruit». Sin
gle tree» have I teen made to liear a»
many aa ISO varletle» of apple»
If you set out a fruit garden, take ad
vantage of the »pace tinder and be
tween tbe tree» by planting atrawlier-
rie», black tierrlen. raapberriea, cur
rants or some other small fruit. Vege
table« may also tie pianteti » Itoti t the
Du not throw away old fenccpoeta
just because the cnda in the ground
have rutted away. You can patch the»«
out and the |H>st» will last a» long a»
new ouea. Take a piece of an ordinary
poet two feet Iflng and smooth down
one end with an ax ao aa to fit on to
the end of the i»oat. which ahottld
llkewiae lie smoothed down. Now get
I half doaett spikes ami nail the piece
to the poet. Reverse the poet, leaving
the patched end at the top.
Ono Man Spraying.
For au area of less thau oue acre a
email compreaeed air or kttapeack
»prayer will be very satisfactory
Where frulta »» well aa potatoes are to
lie »prayed tbe barrel »pray pump out
fit will lie moat economical. Ry mount
ing tbe barrel on a one home two
wheeled cart, at the rear of which a
three-quarter Inch pipe of aufflclent
length to cover four row» and provided
with noaslee la attached, oue man can
to the »praying uuaMlsted.
FURNITURE AND CARPET HOUSE
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YOU are interested in saving money buy your
Furniture and Carpets of us.
We are out of the
"High Rent, Big Price” District.
Our New and
Up-to-date Stock will please you—in quality, in prices.
HALLS, DINING ROOMS,
BED ROOMS, LIBRARY AND DEN
ORIENTAL PALACE AND MANUFACTURERS BUILDING.
Tba Palace of Orlautal KxhlblU and Manufacturer» Building have a
frontage ou Caacade Court aud G*-y»er lia»ln and look acroaa at Foreign
Exhibit» aud Agricultural Palace«; Yukon Avenue »eparaten these mag
nificent display buildings, aud In the back ground the alate buildings of
Oregou and California are located.
Construction work uu these buildings wa* completed last yagr and
exhibits are being received and placed lu position
The Oriental Palace
will bouse the moat valuable collection of Far Eastern art that baa ever
been aent from tbe Orient, and »III present displays from Japan, China.
India, Ceylon, Straits Settlements, French Indo China, Borneo, Java and
all the eastern countries uf Asia.
Tbe Manufacturers building end.aw» a vast amount of exhibit space
and every foot of this has been engaged for display purposes by domestic
and foreign manufacturers. The Interest manifested In this department of
the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition Is world-wide and competitive dis
plays will be general and comprehensive. Exhibits are being daily re
ceived and the heavy work of Installation is rapidly being accomplished
WE HAVE LATELY ANOTHER BIG BILL OF GOODS
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LOOKING ACROSS GEYSER BASIN AT HORTICULTURAL HALL
No fairer acene can be offered any place than the outlook from the foot
of the Alaska Monument on tbe grounds of the Alaaka-Yukon-Paclflc Ex
position. Standing directly in front of tbe great building of the United
Btales Oovernment, tbe enormous gulden eagle on his towering perch
of northern gold keeps watch and guard over the most perfect expositlor
city that baa ever been reared. Under his eye are gathered the rarest
collection of man's examples of skill and art ever asaembled. and these
find shelter in a magnificent group of permanent and temporary buildings,
whose architectural design and clever construction exemplify the verv
highest of man's Inventive ability.
At night when tbe long twilight of the northern latitudes close down,
the manifold beauties of tbe spot show their greatest charm. With the
fading of day comes the romance of evening and the millions of lamps
made brilliant by electricity, flash their rainbow tints over a land such as
fairies might have bullded
The rushing, tumbling torrents of tbe Cas
cade« pour their euormoua volume over a bed covered by electric bulbs,
and from the quiet pool of Geyser Basin are reflected as tn a mirror.
El«-ctrolters of French design are lavishly scattered beneath the trees, and
from their clear rays tbe fields of flowers are seen In added hues.
Buy Your Season’s
Direct from Factory
Our» are made from Oregon Cedar,
Than which there is no better
wtMxl for this purj-oee.
Odd - sized hives made on order to tbe
•Queen’s taste'. Our catalog will
be sent anywhere on request
WILLIAMS BROS.. Manufacturers
I am rttu’l 1 4 Mil»' \ortli <»f i
Gray s l'r<»w«ing on <> " I*.»
s x i x s ~
Will Have Headquarters for 1909 at DeWitt Ross’, Gresham,
inhere he will stand Saturday to Monday.
Mrndays at Frank McKinney’s place at Pleasant Home.
Tuesdays at Sandy. Wednesdays at Eagle Creek. Thurs
day noon to Friday noon at Komer’s barn, Damascus.
SEASON TO BEGIN APRIL 1
On the eastern side of Geyser Basin, at the Alaaka-Yukon-Paclfic Ex
position, the handsome Manufacturers Building looks across the restless
waters of the Cascades and the flashing foam of Old Faithful," the re
production of Its namesake In Yellowstone National Park.
Its location Is the most central of any of the exposition buildings, and
Its architectural design Is especially fitting for the position It has been
given. It was one of the first great exhibition palaces to be completed,
and before the end of last year was ready for the reception of its vast col
lection of exhibits. It will house a magnificent assortment of the highest
examples of man's ingenuity and Invention, and within its walls will be
gathered specimens of manufactured articl«>s from the workshops of every
nation of Importance In the world.
It overlooks the finest of the formal gardens of the exposition, and Its
splendid line of pergolas, with their vine-covered columns and blossoming
flowers, complete a restful and pleasing view. At no part of the grounds
can be seen a more beautiful Illuminating effect than is presented from
the open pergolas during the late evening and early night. A million
sparkling electric bulbs flash their white lights through the waters and.
scattered throughout the greenery, hundreds of electroliers mingle their
many hues with the riot of colors. Looking down the gentle slope of
Rainier Avenue the floating craft of two lakes Is brought into vision and
adds the delights of a broad, light-sprinkled stretch of forest-enclosed
waters to the whole effect.
Th» Cat'» Tati.
A cat always fall» ou Its feet be-
eau»e It wave» it» tall as a rodder to
guide Its fall. This fact has been es-
tabllslie«! by a scleutlst who con»tnict-
<>d a papier tuacbe cat with a rotary
tall. He found that with tbe proper
revolution of the tall the machine al
ways landed on Its legs.
Making a Day's Shoes.
Picture a herd of 8.300 kids and
goats, 407 hors«*« ami colts. 700 calves
and 488 steers. Then think that tbe
skins ami hhles of all these animals
supply one shoe factory In America
with enougb leather for only a single
REGISTERED GERMAN COACH
¡; Will Have Headquarters for the Season of 1909
at Sandy Livery Barn.
¡; Where he will stand Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Mon-
days at E. F. Donahues bam, Boring. Thursday
noon to Friday noon, Pounder’s, Corbett
;; ACHILL is a Beautiful Jet Black Stallion, Imported from
Germany in 1907 by A. C. Ruby & Company, Foaled
in 1902, Weight 1650, Height 18 1-2 Hands, Kind
! TERMS: To Insure, $15. See bills for further particulars
’’ G. A. Cox,