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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (April 23, 1909)
cohol from th» fermsuted aubtiaucws coat of ralelug calves up to two
w j err
■ a. qtt
is called dlsitllatloc
It Is to this, years Tbe calves were largely grade
process that we are chiefly eoucerned Shorthorns.
They wore allowed to nurse
jruu had that watch fl xml
at this time
There Is not at pres-1 steins
their dams but s few times, after
up li lias tieedad r»|>alr-
ent euch an Institution In this state i which they wore hand fed
lag anti n'gulating tor a
long time. Or |wrha|w »ou
To make the use of alcohol general, coot was calculated on the follow
ing prices of food-stuffs
need a uaw lltnapliHV. 1V liy
Succeeding Grethtm Vindicator, Greahatn Gazette, Kaat Mult no malt Record,
milk. 11 per cwt.; skim milk, l&
I m always Iwhiud Unia?
At present It coats; cents; roots, ft io a ton. alfalfa
Multnomah Record and Montavilla Herald.
Publiahei Every Friday at Greeham. Ore., by the B kavbr S tati P v au a mi . no C o about «5 cents a gallon. Thia should bay. 15 a ton. grain. Ufa tun. and
H A l»\KN \l Ì . K mv OU UB MaUAMBe
at least be cut (10 pwr cent
It can pasture, fl.to a month
Ft veld •■»’Snr gteaa.
age weight at birth was 7« < pounds
Per Lvarything In Jewelry Line.
SMSCAIFTIM UTII Per Year, SIM strictly lu advance; to foreign <x»untrt«a. tJ tk>
and at two years of age 1.037
Months Sfte Three month» trial »ubacriptiun* Mr. Single co pic» 5c
Ask tor clubbing rataa
The average coat of keep
IU1 Morrison Htrwvt
MMHMKE1 should be «cut by Exprvea or FuatotBce Money OrGer, Registered letter or Check
A second cause for delay In the' with 11 head the first year was Ilf
•lamp» accepted up to M cents.
use of alcohol is the limited sale and the second year 117 *7.
CAAMf 9f AMtfSS In ordering change of addrees give old a* well as new addreas
Near Tap's Restaurant.
total coat of keep to two yean* of
CMXSNMIflTS are »anted in every community
It no correspondence appears from your
of utensils fur its safe handling llut ag**. 318 »7.
Kight of the licit.'r,
neighborhood, you are respectfully reqv »ted lo send us as many I.»cal items a* y ou can
averaged two years and two months
MVfSTWM OATH LEGAL ADVERTISING. art in leaded six point Wc per line Ural insertion
Oc per line each subsequent insertion
DISPLAY Al*\ KRTD m NG No position guaranteed
so serious as we are at first led to old when they were first milked By
MAXm.U ANU UKANIIU
iftc per »male column Inch each issue. Liberal discount allowed for either time or space adver
<>| h * u lu eiigagriiirnt for all kinds of
believe. Several tirina are placing reducing the amount of whole milk
tisements, nut not both
A uct loti earing
For position (auy sue) 4e per Inch additional. READERS, uv per line first Insertion, ft»'per on the market lamps, stoves. Irons
first year may be reduced
line each subsequent Insertion LOU A IS (Want Column only). 1c a »ord each issue, counting
two figures, an Initial or an abbreviation as one word No local accepted for leas than 1ft and various aorta of boilers for the ’ a tnlalmuni of whole milk and keep
FRuFMMON'AL CARDH o»ne inch). Sftv each Issue CA RIM OF TH AN KS f not exceed
use of alcohol, aud others will fol the ralVM In thrifty condition th«
lug two inch?»), M cents LETTERS OF CONDOLENCE (not exceeding four inches). |l
E. B. MOREIOCR
OBITUARIES for actual subscribers or members of their families, up to ltM words, free
All Kind, ot Camal.ry Work
low as soon as the people are ready chan«» lo aklni milk must be made
all over 10U word», lr a word (invariably in advance). Count the words and remit accordingly
carefully.—Field and Farm
SaliuxalM uu all v'aaM. ul Work
All Lodge. Grange. School. Church, or other uottece or advertisements of socials, parties,
20 Year« I aperiente,
dances, concerts, theatricals, etc . given for a profit. charged for al regular rate».
The secretary of the Fair Aseocla-
navaaswia Kr A Th.oapwiu and u a
In order to insure change of ad advertisers must have copy in thia office not later than
tlon would like to «et in touch with
1b« m ps* > i*
Tuesday preceding day of publication.
)M FOWTMK is our specialty
We are well equipped to do the beat work at current prices
all the young people of the county
I'liono IH i KI
Especially farmers' aud bustnrM men's Letter Heads. Envelope». Butter Wrappers. Statement»,
who have any idea of entering into
I'lione East 4J34.
etc., in »mall or large quantities Auction Bills. Dodger». Poster», etc . printed on short notice
the contest for the juvenile poultry
tfCfiFTS for subecriptions are not sent unle*» requested
The label on your paper will Indi
cate within two week» the receipt of your remittance It it does riot please untily us
prises. The prises now number eight
MSCMTigUABCfS In keeping with well recognised business principles, all subscriptions will
and total 370. Write to the editor
be stopped promptly u|«>u expiration of time paid for
Th» largest typewrite concern la the wurhl
Ileal Katate, i'roliala ami Corporato**
of Tbe Herald and he will euroIl offers the beat typewriter In existence fur IT
tn Ike Circuit Cour« »I IS. Mala ul llrugun
Entered as secúndela*» matter at the poatoffice at Grc»bam. Oregon
you and try to keep you Informed of CERTI A DAY Thia certainly places a prvm
fur the County of klultnumab
Prompt Attention to All liualnoM
any matter that will bo of special luut on FENNIES' It reeughltea honesty a» a MI.NNII MRANlMiN. rialntlff.
• IB Board of Trad» Bldg
Fhone, Main 1014
Their course has been run.
Justin I N BRANIMIN. Dwfvndanl
beet that will be done for them in
•imply eave tbe small
change that now slips
Tu Joseph M Brandon, defendant
many Instances will be to let nature
through your Ungers
Tbe dairyman who falls to suc
the Mtal» of Orrgou
have Its way. and perhaps in time ceed lu raising calves on sklni milk
fievut aew Ol.IvKR are hereby rvuuired to appear and «ns»er the |
complaint filed again»! you In the above en
a new sod of native grasets* will successfully usually falls because be
The (it» typewriter lit led Court and suit on or before the lad lay |
cover the wornout ground. In that feeds too much of It or because he
of Avril. I*V. which is the last day prra«rtl»cd
Which One Is Bravest?
with Its wealth «>( ex
In the order for the publication of thi» bum :
event the service of that soil Is lost would fail even If he fed whole milk
cl Us I vs conveniences
L'ftr Stop fu Think that you
mon« tot you to to sposar ai I It you tall to ao
Which one is bravest, he who stands for a generation. The same is true
—The It» per eenl appear and answer, the plaintiff will apply to i
can rualia» mot. for your al.u k ami
But failure generally results from
perfect I) pewrltsr. th«- above ent It l«««l Coutt for the relief prayed
g<uuia at auction than any other way?
of the waste in the care of tbe farm feeding too much of the skim milk with Its »Ide range of practical uses
tor In her cutnplainl. in the above rntlllwd
Or he who stands supported by
That the bunds of malrlm>»ny
Tbe sturdy machine with record speed that ■ uil. lo wit
machinery. In this country it 1s es It has been generally believed that
aliouhl 1« gla.i to .»Il your «.uula for
writes iu an undertone. Its worth twice the
you ami ».licit a ahar» of tha auction
He who weaves life's smooth and , pecially important that all machin skim milk Is not as nutritious as price ot the ncit beat typewriter yet 17 rents be torvver dlsmdvrd and that the plaintiff
nualuaaa of your arvlion.
ery should be well boused in the whole milk and that more of II has Ive to HAVE set before the people of America mluut ihlidren meni lulled lu the c«>mplalnt.
Or be who ties its broken, knotted winter Even then rust makes great
and fur sm h other and further relief as lu the ,
Nor was there ever a more valuable object les
K». phwna a*
to be fed In order to make up for sun
evolved to prove
Inroads. But we need not wait for the butter fat that has been extract
This summons i» published pursuant loan ' Ik V till Mam at , and 100 E Havrnlh at.
made and dated on the Vth day of March. I
Which is the hero in life’s hurrying winter to economise on machinery. ed. This Is a great mistake. The
The Purchasing Power order
i'*W. by the Hun C U. OanimlMPtn presiding
A thorough overhauling before the result of heavy feeding Is not added
Judge of the above entitled Court, by » hlch i
And which the martyr in its toil-. spring work begins, occasional tight
order it Is directed that thia niinmuii« be pub
iishrd In the Beaver Htalv Herald. om*e a wee« '
It Is rather indiges
for six consec ul I ve weeks and the dale of the Weukly Oregonian and Harald only 32
The present tendency is to think in ate Flu
He that in pride and power presses ening up during the summer and tion. followed by scours and bloat.
aliun la tbe lit h U « f M
tana To iuee sight of the IU) CENT» that go
careful putting away in the tall will
the dale of the last publluatlou »111 be
When tbe calf Is dropped allow It to instr Up the luUar To forget the pun baa and
Harald and "Human Life" only *1.30
Or he that carries joy and strength save the life of many a tool. Its ex
lag power that is pent up In pennies, nickels the lad day of April Isuv
U M IIICKKY.
to suck once and then remove It aha dimes
witbin his heart?
AH') fur Flalallff
istence will be doubled and the su from the mother, if It is dropped
Our * ¡7 rents a day'* selling plan turns Ibis Room MJ Worcester
Bldg . Port la ml. Ure.
power to worthy purpo»»
Ota Herald and "Better I’rult," 31.73
The Olivrr Typewriter Company feels safe In
And wbo shall say when all his periority of its service twice doubled
In the morning give it no feed until
work is done.
Now many farmers fasten their tools the following morning
Tbe calf ’ snks on y<»ur OVstwaos u<>xua
Which one shall have Inscribed and harness together with strings,
will then be hungry and will drink <
upon his brow—
"Success"—the adulation of the bits of rope and baling wire. We without the finger
Give It from ,
know a farmer —an Oregon farmer three to four pinta of its mother's
And which before God's mighty —that wears out a good spring
milk twice a day Immediately after !
throne shall bow?
wagon in two seasons; that demol the milk is drawn from the cow
"Tis not for us poor human things to
small calf should bare three pinta I
three years. His method was to wire and a large one tour pinta.
These mysteries deep bidden from broken tugs, halters or bands to
This should be continued for about
His new wagon was soon
a week The escond week It should
But he is bravest who walks on
rattled loose and the pieces were have skim milk and whole milk. : The Standard Visible Writer
In obscure paths that leadeth from wired together. The result was that half and half, but the amount should
Our confidence In voc Is born of our satis
the surfaces touching wore many
dealings with thousand»
not be Increased. This is very Im factory
•o wr offer the Oliver Typewriter f«»r a satai*
times faster than they would have
portant. The third week all skim 1 cash |>a) tuent and trust you fur all the rest
And he who carries joy and strength
This is not s prrachtuent on saving
bad be had it snugly bolted, or milk should be ted, but a teaspoon
within his heart.
a plain, straight forward, buslnr»» getting
And struggles on unaided and riveted, or bolted. His stuff literal ful of ground flax should be gradu proposition
It broadens the market fur
Oliver Typewriters by interesting tho»a wh«»
ly went to pieces; fell apart, like
ally Increased until by the end of have never thought of buying machines. Il
A very hero and a martyr is.
moth-eaten cloth, and his money
e«*n<!s Olivers by the hundreds into IfoNKsi ••
the fourth month It receives ten well as OFFICE»
And greater one the world has
was lost long before bis neighbor
Il opens up new money making uppurtuni
pinta of skim milk and a tablespoon
ties to ambitious pvot>le everywhere
had considered the necessity of a
ful of flax meal twice a day. After are just as glad to srH a macliine fvr ¡7 seats
new coat of paint or a new harness.
a day as to have Ih^uli with the order
the first month it should have ac
If y<> »ant to know more about The Oliver -
PROTKCr YOVHHELF AGAINST LOHS BY
The Herald is interested in any Oil and paint and housing are money cess to a little early cut hay and j AHR THK I MKKH There are a quarter of a
million of them -each an Oliver enthusiast
movement that looks to the better
a little whole oast, or a mixture of
her the nearest Oliver sgent for details ef
ment of Gresham and the adjoining will testify. Try them.
our new 17 cents a day * plan, ur address
whole oats and bran or shorts.
country. We have an interest in all
The most Important polnta »rsl
the country of Eastern Multnomah
strict regularity In time of feeding. .
There is a good deal of interest quantity and temperature of milk,
INHL'KF. IN THE
and Clackamas. Haven’t we a loyal
lot cf supporters throughout all this 1 all over the country at this time In which should be from 38 to 100 de- 1
territory? Haven’t we in this area ■ the production and use of denatur- grees
Fahrenheit, and absolute
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as good soil, and as intelligent a ixed alcohol. That sounds strange. cleanliness.
class of farmers as can be found in Denaturiied alcohol is simply alco
When fed in thin way the calf will
a similar area anywhere in this state hol produced under centaln condi always act more hungry after taking
or in any other? We recognise, too, tions and to this is added small Ita meal than it did before, but this
For Eaatern Multnomah ami Clackamaa Conntire.
that there has been a tendency on quantities of 111-smelling stuff, or la better than having a case of calf
the part of a few persons to feel
scours to deaj with.
that their particular spot was the the taste. This would prevent its should be measured each time with
whole thing, and because some one being used as a beverage, and at the a clean tin cup.
Each calf should *
else was doing something there was same time not impair It tor fuel.
be fed by Itself In a clean tin pall. I
cause for enmity. Now, what helps
Perhaps it would be of Interest to which should be washed and »aided !
one of us helps the other. Let us the general reader to know some after each milking, just as carefully
drop local selfishness and work to thing about the nature and compo-1 as the pails which are used for milk- 1
gether for the development of our altlon of alcohol. The chemical com ing.
Place the calves In small;
country. Twenty times as many peo ponents of alcohol are carbon, hy stanchions while they are being fed, >
ple might live here and be happier, drogen and oxygen. These are pres so they will not gel the habit of ;
better fed, better housed and with ent In any quantity of the product sucking each other. Have tbe little '
better prospects than now occupy In the following proportions: Car manger in front of them wide
this area. Good cultivation is what bon, 2 parts; hydrogen, 6 parts; oxy enough so that the pall containing ;
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increase« the wealth of any such gen, 1 part.
During March and April Golf Junction
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the milk can be aet into It. Have
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country as this.
Where we now
Now the principal sources of al partitions In the manger so that ,
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keep one cow we could easily keep cohol is from sugars, sweet sub when the calf la done drinking take >
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ten. Clear off the stumps. Just cut stances and starches. You will read out tbe pall, and If tbe calf la old |
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down the brush and sow clover, and ily see why when we tell you that enough to eat oats or bran throw tn I
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where you now feed a calf you can sugar and starch are both composed about a tableepoonful and It will
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feed several cows. And don’t forget of exactly these substances In differ soon get In the habit of chewing the >
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to drop neighborhood envy and all ent proportions. Tbe process of pro grain as soon aa It has taken the |
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boost together. It you can't land ducing alcohol consists in treating milk.
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RAILROAD 4 NAVIGATION COMPANY Deep
w. IU il
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tbe newcomer in your town, send tbe sugar or starch tn such a way
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About that time It wants to do ■
him to Sandy, Troutdale, Cleone, that a reorganisation of tbe elements something and If It la not fastened i
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Boring or any other place In thia will occur, and as a result we would In a stanchion or kept away from lta
vicinity, but keep him here—near.
have alcohol. This process of re neighbor by aome other means It will |
IT IS TIME
J. M. SHORT,
BUTNER. M l).
Fred D. Flora
You Can Pay
17c a Day
W. S. WOOD
THE OLIVER TYPE
OREGON FIRE RELIEF ASSOCIATION
John Brown, Rockwood, Agent
PORTLAND RAILWAY LIGHT & POWER CO.
$25 Kansas City
about amuse Itself by sucking the other '
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Few farmers appreciate the possi through the presence of an invisible calf's ears.
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The bottom of the manger should j
bilities for low or for saving their germ producing a condition of fer
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resources. We well recall the ex
periences of our boyhood when separated from each other and new wide and should be adjusted so that I
neighboring farmers harvested many associations are formed, just as you It can be taken out once a week and !
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acres of hay they never used, be and I do when we breathe air, and scrubbed with hot water and aoap. Correspondingly low from other pointe. Currtnsvllle
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In feeding skim milk remember
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cause they neglected to properly yet when the air is expelled from
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head out their stack, or because they the lungs we have changed some of that there is just as much nutriment
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Write letters to everytssly you know HI afar .
did not even get it Into the stack the air *o carbonic acid gas. But for building body tissue as there la
before the fall rains came. When the result of the action of the fer In whole milk. The butter fat can in the East and tell them about these Haley
it was fed they overfed, and as a ment Is far more Important, relative only be used for making body beat low colonist rstes. Mend them litera Hogan
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consequence a large portion of It ly, since about half of the weight and body fat and tbe flax meal will ture about Oregon, or send their a*l- GKENHAM
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was tramped under foot and never of sugar Is changed to alcohol. Any take the place of the butter fat. The dreeees to us and we will do it. In thia Jenna
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did any one any good. The part thing that contains starch or sugar calves at the Minnesota Experiment way yon can lie a great help in the trenta Junction
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that was wasted would have paid the or starch will produce alcohol, hence Station are handled aa above out growth and progress ot your Htaie.
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Interest on the mortgage easily. The we have almost an unlimited source lined under the direction of Profes
a ii to
YOU CAN PKEPAY FAKES
It Is the same plan
for the substance.
All sorts of | sor Haeeker.
compost that should have been
that has been followed for years for anyone from any place if you want
hauled to the fields was left to wash grain, garden vegetables, potatoes and he has been very successful In to. liepoeit the neceaaary amount with
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away from the yard and escaped Into especially, sugar cane, corn stalks, raising calves on skim milk He says our local agent and he will telegraph TROUTDALE
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that he considers the skim milk
an 10 *) Il »>
The loss by this source
equal in value to whole milk for ticket promptly.
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would have paid the mortgage off used for thia (TurpOse.* Many of raising calves, and while they do not
Inquire of Agents or write to
a Dalli Bicept Sunday.
St figure* In Roman. F. M
and the soil from which the crops these things may be produced and get as fat they have just as good
were gathered would have been
Park and way pointe, change can at Golf
General Paaaenger Agent
richer for the cultivation and fertil others, as fruits, require more
isation. Now many of these fields prompt attention.
The professors at the Utah sta Southern Pacific Co. (Lines in Oregon)
For Lenta, Mt. Scott and sait aide pointe, change can at Lente Junction.
The process of separating the al- tion undertook to determine the
are worthless, uncultivated, sterile.
General Offices, Fint and Alder Sts., PoBTLAgD, Oaaooa.