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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (May 7, 1909)
LATEST NEWS OF SANDY AND VICINITY
It A. Eason, ol II< hh I Itiver, has »pan I
tunerdl of Llz/le Koch.
ati a tlrst'claa« pharmacy In the Me-
Ths fum-ral ol Miss Lissis Koch oc
Elroy building mi Main Htrsel.
Dr. Davie »»< railed lo Cherryville curred al Cherry vllle on Thursday, May
Tuesday lo attend a daughter ol Mrs «th. at the M. K. church, Ksv. M
I'aroiiiiagian preached the sermon. Lis-
Usale C<H>k, who is quits ill,
Itsv. W. M. Kunyan, ths battle-scarred sis waa born January M, IHM3, near
<>)<l Mslbiailsl war-horse, ol Cherryville, Cherryville, ami died May 4, 1WW, at
tbe place of her birth.
Mbs was an
will preach In the I. <>. <>. F. Hall Mun
estimable young lady and her death is
day at 3 p. m.
There will be Services
tuourued by many.
the '.'nd and 4lh Munday ol each month
In ths Hall until the church is com
Miss Ellie Koberta «ml Mr Frank
not in any way critical
llodgv, of tiresliam, visite,I with A. <1,
ly ill du«* to bin unfortunate accident
A little boy visiting st the horns ol He in «iowiiig recovering.
E«l Brunt, of Handy, wat a (ottreil
F. C Ixihrinnn is quite III.
visitor la«t Humlay.
ol Mandy, is the attending physician
A great many frienda are daily vieit-
Mr. Fieldhouse and aaalalatila, ot
tiresliam, are busy plastering the new ing at the bedside of Mr Pructor.
The remain« of Elmer Gogor were in-
Albert Kkogsn rsturnwl some time terrvil at Pleasant Home.
Ths Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Expoaltlon at Baattle, occupying 250 acr«a
there a larger funeral in thi« cummuu*
ago from a year's stay in Norway.
of tbe campua of tbe L'nlveralty of Waablngton, will reault In beneflta for
!.. 11. linker has gone to the moun ity and never did a community feel
Waabington's aeat of learning that the L'nlveralty could not have hoped
tains to work for ths Clear t-ake Irriga
to «ecure In many yearn, had not the great fair of l»0» been planned So
neighbor more titan tide vicinity at the
tion A Lumber Co.
the exposition that will exploit Alaska. Hawaii and the Philippine» and
I. Is. Ilolden returned from a visit to death of Mr. Gogur. He wae tnowu a«
empbaalxe the Importance of the growing trade with the Orient will leave,
after It« gate« have closed, a large number of permanent structures to
J. <1. DeNImser and wife spent Mun haa the heart felt ayui¡mlby of the en
constsntly remind the people of the Northwest of the Alasks-Yukon-
day in tireaham.
Paciflc Expoaftion and the place It will occupy In the history of the Pacific
Mra. Barne« uf Gresham ha« moved to
Dr Itavi« has had a good many call«
as the medium through which one-half of the world waa brought In such
(-ottreil, locating on the Ixmderback
close touch with the other and a tremendous Impetus to commercial In
Harry Hpencer anti family have moved place. Mr. Loundeback haa moved lo
from ttlesou'« Mill to Mandy.
Seven building« on the expoaltlon grounds will be left for use of tbe
Mr V. E. Foaburg baa moved Into id-nre in tbe Htevsna houae.
University and the auditorium, one of tbe finest of thia group, coat the
A ¡»arty dance was given at No. 2 la«t
Mr Junker'« new building
Mtate of Washington more than 5300,000. While the exposition Is in
Mr«. Douglas«, ol l'lea«anl Home, lie« night. Nut a very large crowd waa uut,
progress thia building will be used for conventions, congresses and con
rented the lldd Fellow« building an<l
ferences. and Its hundr.fi« of seats were In place and the building turned
Clifford Hchneider, of Portland, visit
la going to bave a general merchandise
over to the exposition management three months before tbe opening date
of the fair.
Mr«. L A. C ob has «larici a liakery Sunday.
N. Hedin ami C. Hchneidor took din tbe end of the tire around a bolt staple
and will nell ice cream as soon as tbe
Pass the egg before the headlight on
ner at the home uf A. Rnegg, Sunday.
hot days come.
secured to tbe table by ta|m In-tieath yuur Dose and If It smeli nut like a
W. W. Jack and wife visited at Cut* Through the end of the tire opposite
Mr J. Allison's boufit will «u*»n b»-
the hluge and about an Inch from tbe
Mini» Blanch Rrlherlord haw returned top face of tbe square bore a bole
t«> her home in I ami la, al nee the achuol large enough for an Inch and a half
ro|>e. You will then have two r»|>es
at Cottrell clawed.
attached to tbe top face of this square,
The ice « ream was enjoyed by all at
and these are Intended to pass over
Horn, to Mr and Mr«. Joe De Kbaxar, the webool «octal.
tbe neck of the animal and be secured
a girl. Mother and child doing well.
Did the Cottrell people know that Kan- by a lever at one end of the table. An
K.-v. Abbott preached at l>over Sun
dv haa a drnggiwt ami a doctor, now**
other Identical square Is pre|>ared. and
lledin will twirl fur Sandy un the 4th this Is set on tbe table faciug tbe
Mr. Coon, ol lM-nta. waa in Parer last
of Julv- Wait until lie gvta into harneww. binged square, but distant enough
Mr«. Dick inwon is going to San Fran* from It for the neck of an animal to tie 1
Mr. and Mr*. Geo. Kitamiller «pent
set I* tween. Tbe second square 1« ;
ciaco fur her health.
braced firmly In a ven leal tsmltlon
Sunday visiting the latter'« parent«,
red. red rose "take It up gently, handle
with blocks and steel braces Two wltb care." or it may snoot you fair
Mr and Mr«. Exon.
J W. Exon went to Portland Mon
SAFE DEHORNING CHUTE.
tbe front aide, through which a rope is
Tbe black spot Is a dead germ.
I'ertiaps it was chilled before set
The crop« around Dover are looking Simple Device That Will Not Hurt
ting. came from weakly old stock,
An authority on th** dehurnlug of lie deharm'd Is held In position by the was laid by an Immature pullet fa
Alex Hew« 1« working down at Deep
rattle furni*hv« t|>r» following Infurmn- stationary square, against which the thered by a sickly male or was killed
lion <m the constru* tIon of the chute neck of the aulnuil Is Ixiutal by the by overheat
binged square. In thia position there
for the operation:
Your first test may be great but you
Make tbe » bum atrong Nell nmkr n la no danger of nn animal hurting It* better wait before you celebrate.
BIB oumic *« and Constipation
plunk table lu (runt uf the same about self, and the work ran be done much
Uggs often look lovely at first and
quicker than if the brad Is less firmly
For year« I win* troubl«**! with biliutiw-
then, like a bubble, burst
held In position.
n*'M and r*»nwtipation, which made life
Like some people, they start fairly,
mievrahlu k»r me. My appvtitr tniled
ruu a bit. slack up "airly” and then
me. 1 iowt my tiwual force ami vitality.
EGGS UNDER THE X RAY.
I‘op* in prepai ationw and fAlharticii only
The test on tbe fifteenth Is made to
Pou t let your luiuiimy ben wear her
made matter« worm?. I «!<» not know
breastbone lo u fruzxle ou rolled eggs, catch eggs that were missed and new
where I should have la-vn today had 1
nut tried Chamberlain's Stomach and
or don't ruu au Incubator to Uaicb ones that bave died.
Liver Tablet«. The Tablet« relieve the
Eggs of which you are uncertain
xvros wheu by a squint ot tbe eye
ill feeling at once, wtrengthen the diges
through hu egg you can "count your should lie marked (?> and returned.
tive functions, purify the stomach, liver
If your thermometer Is a "lay down."
chickens before they're batched"
and blood, helping the sywtvm to do it«
fertilized eggs fur tbe
Teat the tilth day for white and tbe select tbe
M m R osa Pom
seventh for dark shelled eggs, aud al
mingham, Ala. The««' tablets arc for
ways bave eggs 103 degrees bot aud
sale by Greehatn Drug Co.
tbe room dark. If bad you can reset;
If good you cau prepare tbe cblcklet
cradle and tbe “ueatle food'' for the
little brlgbt eyed ruttie lluitlee
There was a fast game of ball played
Make your own tester. With clean
on the local diamond last Munday. The
bands remove no more than seventy-
score was 13 to H in favor ot High
Ave egg» at a time from tbe Incubator,
using a »oft lined covered basket to
bear to tbe tester and auotber to re-
Mr. Johni« Stevens, a motorman of
turn proved eggs to machine, ’rum
Portland, visited with Wm. Walape.and
his old home after being gone 1ft years. two fret wide, three fret long and two tbe X ray on a few eggs
Thia Is a strong germed egg. Five
Mrs. Charlie Hugh has gone to Port- and one-half feet from tbe grouud.
day« previous you could see nothing bulb lo rest on, otherwise It will I rest
lo It but tbe fa lol roll «hailow. One on a dead cold egg that require« more
Mi«s t.issie Cook is very low with Inch side out of plank and binge It to hundred and three di-grew developed beat, you will run tbe beat loo high,
tbe table a few iuebes from tbe chute th« iuvlalblc germ Into a blood red
and your live eggs that bave natural
st right angles to tbe face of tbe same,
Dave Ihiuglaaa has commenced work
beat will be rotated. Always examine
so that It can move freely from one
unbalcbed and rejected eggs You will
on the county roads
side to tbe other For the hluge use
Ibus learn tbe successive stages of In
Tbe tramp who has Ireen breaking in two good pieces of strap Iron, prefer-
tubation. better uuderstand tbe con
the houses is thought to I m * crasy.
wagon tire, and let each extend
dition of eggs when testing and often
has been milking Mr. Mosire's cow. The
learn tbe cause of a poor batch.
other day while the boy waa watching
the cow on the grass, tbe tramp came
out of the brush, picked up an old pan
Don't fall to advertise, but fall to
and commenced to milk, and when the
boy spoke to him he ran off into the
IXin't feed pork scrap to chicks at
all: no. not to chickens large or small.
Ed. Eby was in Portland several days
Don't forget that early to hatch and
early to grow develops tbe bird that
spider which five days' mor« beat will wins at tbe show.
I. Ware, Dave Douglass, J. P. Friel
Chang« Into a frisky chick wltb downy
and It. F. Tapp worked with their team«
one day to help Mrs. Stone plant a
Thickly planted trees are the best
A clear egg la Infertile and should
be boiled for th« chickens or thrown protection against avalanches,
Ed. Krunsof Sandy delivered an inter
snow which has fallen In tbe woods
to the hogs.
esting lecture here on "Knral Life in
Ths red streak across an egg Is an rannot well shift i—< place, and when
Germany" last Sunday evening.
exploded germ whose nialu blood res tbe masses of snow from the slopes
sei has been ruptured, often caused above dash against the timber they
Mr. Wirts ot Sandy will lecture at
are unable to break through so strong
by rough handling.
Kelso Sunday evening. May Sth, at H p.
Au egg wltb a floating dark mass at s barrier, and after overturning some
rn., provided it does not rain.
the top la a "spot." which by tbe fif of the first trees their progress Is ar
lx<o Hath has returned, after being
teenth day becomes a "rot." which if rested.
with the mealea, to his old position
allowed to remain will not smell like
the store. Ilenry Eri will also stay
tin atn> bast for tbs animal .
a sweet forget menoL
the employ of K E. Jarl.
Honey Is very nutritious and «bonld
8ucb eggs so affect Incubator atmos
clear scroaa each side of tbe width of
Miss Caroline Veretti ia visiting her the square. To make tbe binge wrap phere as to kill chick germa, there be on the bill of fare of every person
at the second teat. who want« to gain flesh.
sister, Mrs. Max Kligel.
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