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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (May 26, 1911)
BEST RATTLESNAKE REMEDY CATTLE GUARD IS EFFECTIVE
Commonly «*fiii«n plmpl»», bulls, hlv« m ,
» or m || rh» «no, ir r 'Ui.«uD»rr
form of «’lupilon. but Momctiiii'M thry
fftlNt In th«’ Rvntcui. Indli ah <1 by f» « l-
IllffN of y< iklHKN, <iiri|fUor, I onm of ilp-
• ml dvblllty, without
Cali ’«Ihg any bivtil.hiK out.
Th«*y nr* rxp»'ll<U and th«- whnlo sys
tem I** renovated, sli » i.g t h« u» d and
btr/chnln« 1« W • Only Positive Anti«
dot« for « Big Injection of
Nov.l D.vlc. Pr.v.nt, Cow From
Wandering on Ralls and Me.tlng
Ptryrhnlrm 1« probably thn
po»H1ve niitldofe for n big hijr< Hon
of rattlnuhukr toxin. « bit« or rather
«trok« «u< h ttn u four foot
would Inf1l< t on tlm tlreby part of
th* body. •« the rtilf or thlKh
■ uch it bit«. «iiri>liiK n m It doc4 half
u tiuMpoonful or morn of venom deep
Into tin H« h. nil ordinary cure« «r«t
however. In «unh lent qnanHtle« «ure
ly to kill the patient were he not
«uff« ring fi« tn the annke poison,
«try« Imine 1« n osrtnln cuunternrtsnt
I ho gr< Ht««t dutiger 1« mild to bo In
n«1m1nl«terliig too lilt!« strychnine A«
« matter of fact but few even of j
aklil«w| phyiltlniiM htive enough knowl
edg«» of the rub;« t to bo able to act
with any assurance In administering
•tryrhnlne In «uch < aaca
tlcanake |»ol«on and strychnin« arc
exact opl'osltea has bren shown by
«xportment« In which animals dying
of atryrhiiliH* Inoculation« have been
cured by lnje< Hons of the
Ponulnr M«< hanh «
The old s'ory about some
one licking tji-orgc Hteph«-nM>n, the In-
vi ntor of th« Im-oinotlvo. what would
happen to a train if n cow wnndered
on th« line, lo which the latter re
plied he would "be very sorry for the
row," .«etna to have found a sym
pathetic echo In Hie wextern state. In
III« form of a novel cattle guurd on
railway,, the prartlcal utility of which
I* rlernonetrated In th* lllu.trillion
The device claims to effectually pre
vent tattle straying up the railway
line and thus rneetlrig with Injury or
death from oncoming trains
cow walk, along th« track »he meets
(¡fl II tod iy In usual ll't’il'1 form or
r - '■■■'
Italy’« M h I h Import«.
Hilly'« prlio Ipul Import« nr« r*ra-
al«, raw cotton, < «ml. m«' hlnvrv, turn
her, rn* «Ilk. hid«»«, hor«<m, wool und
hair, Iron, mineral oil, »«-nd«, »ofT«**.
colors «nd tarnl«li«a, copper, jut*,
mother «»f peurl. littmte of sod«, ¡rnruf
•tons«. wood pulp. fobnrro, railway
rar«, tin. «ulplmte of copper und aul
plmte of ammonia
Thin ka thv t.»ii :■ hfr I m iiiiuh » • ■ t>in|'»' > I X
« I.I SIV hl Y » 'Ki I.US
11. .t f i Oír» 11
«4 w>f..iinat> ■ •
oflU • I’orilatul « »r««ofi
Fuig trla believes In frlbges, and
they ar« over all with the rare ex< ep
(Iona when the underskirt, always of
thu bent of white linen, tnuy be «- al
loped ut th«? bottom and wen thon th»»
fringe «-ff«« ( la u« d In the over tunic,
for the gathering of the many tbr«*«J*’
suggest« to the wearer the number« of
their nation« an 1« their ¡w« ullar red
d.v<«i reminder of tl »ir blood, and the
flower«, and grains, and fruit«, no
broldered on their gowns irprusvul
Compliment Well Returned.
The story 1« told that Judge Story
and Edward Ev.irett ueie once tin
prominent pern' iiuges nt a public din
ner tn Boston
The former mm a vol
untary tuu»t, gave.
merit where Everett k < h *«.“ The gen
tleman thus delicately complimented
at on« o arose, uud replied with thia
eqiuilly felicitous Impromptu:
whatever height judicial teaming may
attain In this «ountry. tbeie will al*
• «)« be one Story higher.**
N*ur<>h>gy »• Ihr rhr<M»lr •utT«T»,r « »ur-
"•> to |M’ifu«iirnf health
h |i«>wrl, l.ivef and
KHli»a> Trouble, aiwl all »hn.nir n.-rvu.
and ryr di»«*a<M-. > irM rradd) tu thui ‘I wo»»
O«(h ( <nt ut > .nwt » •<
N«i dru«n « para
th»*« Or fada. Trra'HM’td a’ uftlrv <»t my
|»ri.»t< «aii i tar mtn ,S«-i,<j f*»r i«*-w tMarhlet
N*»*»vl.«ay. th«* Way to llralth. and get
Novel Cattle Guard.
Of CHIROPRAC TIC
front «nd V<ekrt St».
MENU FOR CATAIXMJIJE.
Greiner's Chiropractic Health Home
MATILDA M •kimiR. 0. C.. SupeniftMtM
i a . arm « co. I«.
2x Krunl Str*.I
775$ V*»11 am» Avenue, Partland, Oregon
Tr I w«l n ■
Constipation causes and aggravates
many serious diseases. It is thorough
ly cured by Dr. I’crce’s Pleasant Pel
lets. The favorite family laxative.
<*<l < 4 •«-1 .» • « « t * and the beat |
WHY PAY MORE?
This navy blue «-erge «nit for a
voting gttl shows how efTixtivcIv a
l-'lka dotted Mik m v b.- u-wil l> t
c< 1l.«t and mil trimming.
ROYAL SHOE COMPANY
2.**> Morriann SI . Ilrt. lai and 2d. Portland. Or.
ARE YOU RUPTURED?
Tiy lhe Wilson Truss
30 DAYS FREE!
JAY W. WII.SON,
f-<’> Slxth Si., RrtwtM’n
<h.k r .1 Pin. St
• tau< tbasm Elahi.
A k or writo for
T.»lk n Hunhirr and
Light In Ocun’i Depth*.
DUtln. t trace, of light h.vu been
detected nt the greet depth of 500
taihotii. below th. ocenu «urf.ee by
Sir John Murrey *
brightly colored organism, hav« been
dredged up frotu an even greater
depth. In the form of ro.e foraiulul/era
w Ith ro.e ulnk .hell*
"Yon won't run nny rt.k In lending
me a thouaaitd franca. I am writing a
novel that I* .tire to go You know
what an Imagination I have" "Well,
you'd better Imagine that I have lent
you the money, then ”
llahlt» Pnattlvalr C'urM.
(hiiy nathorired hacii'f In»
a< data In Ornaon. Write
f«>r liln.tratod »inalar.
If fit Y IHITITU”. 71 t.l lîN N
P ortland ,O regon
<»f tIm year t<» Itava your teeth ont and plate and
brldgfiwork iloti«» and here ia th« piare to get the
boat paini«*«« work |Mi»RÍbl«'
par - anr i’n -<•.
W » fin tab plain and
brilla« work for out
«»f town patrona tn
ona »lay If «Inaira I.
fma whan piatra or
l»r:-‘;T-* wort» 1« order-
22k Dn< Hire Teeth
Gold . illingt
Bott Rad Rubber
ERMI Will. Paniafat ia. M«a«nn
sa mai Hi»101.ta te MattiMa
All work fully *lutruuf'*r«l for fifteen >«*ra.
Wise Dental Co.,i«c.
falling Building. Third and WasNngttit ROB H ANO. ORg
«AMU T M «aiuUje. t to A
THE 1KUIH AdOUT BLUING.
Why Australia Has Thrived.
We believe lt to be the case that
1io conditions of Australia, where re-
Hard Is more proportionate to ability
ind effort, and le«» dependent than In
in old country upon birth and favor,
ead to the development among ns
Ives of the commonwealth, on the
ivernge. of greater activity of mind
ind body than la found among the na
ive. of tie Lnited Kingdom—British
J. C. BAY I R I URN ACE CO.
409 < vnniunv*vallh Bldg., Portland, Or.
|*r««|irft ve student« write fur Informât ion I
f'prn .nul | i ’a’r < lii.i. rnotnt! , after'
in' « «!• and ..there desiring .bulled at* ,
t« i.dari. r ih"uM writ« f< i ruwn t® the (\41wgo or
Algebra to 3e Mane Into Poetry.
It lx reported that a I ranch teacher
has Invented a system for teu< blag al
gebra In po«*ry
Abo it fifty five years
»go there waa an *du< atlonal »ysteiu
in vogue by which a considerable
• hare of the academic curriculum was
set to music and sung by the taache-a
Even the multiplication
table was on* of tbe songs with the
five» column as a chorus, sung to tbe
Yankee boodle ”—American
Talk No. 2.
M omi wont »mi« al and «•fTactiv.» fur huwwi
an«l « w F um U heating
The Idiot Again.
The turkey was not a very Igrk
one and Mrs Podagog ■ boarders l ’
gan to bn a little anxious on tl.e sub
jeot of It. going around
last bit waa «ll.trlbuteil and ths Idiot,
glancing at hl, portion, observed that
he tad drawn the neck and the pope's
"Ab. Mrs Pedagcg." said he, with
a genial smile, "you are a wond*r at
making both end, meat!"—Lippin
Avoi«i liquid bluing.
water for »»luing.
All the water
contained is so much a<iulterati<«n.
Glass larttles make an expensive pack
age; add nothing to value to con
Always ask for RED CROSS BALL
Bl.I’E. the blue« that’s all blue. Makes
the laundress smile out loud.
package 5 cents AT ALL
A Strong Tonic
A Body Builder
A Blood Burifler
A Gre.t Alterative
A Doctor'» Medicine Without Alcohol
Wa publiait our formula«
Wo baulah airoha’
fr una our inadietnor
1 î IP /*Q
W««rg« j • «
Ayer’» Pills are 'iver pills. They act
directly on the liver, make more bile
secreted. This is why they are so valu
able in constipation, biliousness, dvs-
pepsis, sick headache. Ask your doctor
if he knows a betkr lasatlve pill
■— »•<!• by t*. ). C. A, t
C... L.W.U, M m «.—*
“At time« I wa« hardly able to be on my feet*
I believe I had every pain and ache ■ women
could have. Had a very bad case. Internal
organs were very much diceased and my back
was very weak. I suffered a great deal with
nervous headaches, in fact, I suffered all over*
This was my condition wheo I wrote to you for
advice. After taking your * Favorite Prescrip
tion ' for about three months can say that my
health was never better.**
Io Bre.l in New Shoe*.
Alway* »hake In Alien’« >'<M>t k«*«-, a powder.
It « «in - I...i, Rw-.tin», wiling, --<'ll«-n 1« • I.
>,re, eorm, In^ros-ln» n.ll. »ml bunion». Al
g.l.t, and ,n>x-»terr- ¿a
In.nt »< «-«'|.i
• i y • an.t II iite. s.rapl«-rn.l ie«l KKEk. Ad<lr«.-*a
Alien H. Olttl.le«l. la: Koy, N'. Y.
a tilting platform between the rail,
which Hp. up ns she steps u|x>n It.
Th« cow. Imagining her progress to
In- barred and not endowed by nature
with a superabundance of Intelligence
a fact which the wily Inventor tnu.t
Too Cften the Truth.
have borne In mind Instead of walk
One of Abe Martin s sayings: "T'n-
ing round the obstruction proceeds to
compliment the exceeding Ingenuity c!u Henry Mcon. eg d ninety, dropped
and for« right of Its originator by walk d.aii today af’er splittin’ six cords o'
His body wux found by bls
Ing off the line altogether.
four ton. wb-> were returning from a
DR. It. W. IRtEZE
Merchant»* Tfu%t Bldg.. Portland, Or
1« only one of many «ymptom« which «ume women en
dure through weakne«« or displacement of the womaaly
organs. Mrs. Lizzie White of «Memphis, Tenn., wrote
Dr. K. V. Pierce, es follow« :
I)r. Pierce’s Favorite Prescription
1» • positive cure lor weakne.• and di.es.e of th. feminine org.ni.m. It all.y.
inflamm.tmn, heal, ulceration and .oothe* pain. Tone* and build* up th. n.rvea.
Do not permit a diahone.t dealer to *uh*titute for thia medicine which baa a
record of 40 year* of cure*. “ No, thank you, I want what 1 a*k for."
Plttual ballata laiun m//rf aalural boat! novatnaot oa.a a -iiy.
A very g«r «1 mouili w»»b that will
li.rilen the gum» ami prevent the g ow.li
ut «h i.,-,
«rm* in lb« mouth.
A I w
drop-ol ILiiulin« \Vizar*l til n. a tat 1«-
»|i<>uiiliil ol wa er.
Moh.»n wDl Uod Mt«. Wlt>«low*« ftonthleg
K) I . I »»» b •’ r-'n**d’ t>> UMt lux tbaU
lurlug ibe leathiim H'liod
BELMONI AUTO SCHOOL
According to a theory re< ently *nun-
clated. the aurora bore.ll. la formed of
cat hod« rays, emit led by th* sun and
deflected by the terrestrial magnetic
field In the upper strata of the atmo
sphere. The velocity of these cathode
rays must be nearly equal to that of
light, and vtry much greater than the
velocity of tatbod. ray. produced In
the laboratory l>nar<l ««include» that
these extremely "hard” cathode rays
are emitted by unknown radioactive
substame. In the .un
The Conundrum Club.
It was during tie prune course at
lb« boarding house breakfast table
The thin men spoke:
"I've got a new one this morning
Why Is a one ci nt stamp like a
"Because," began the stencgraphei
w ith her eyes on the celling
"No. Unit's not the reason," said
the thin man.
"My guess Is because a sale make
It go." suggested the fat boarder at
the end of the table.
"Very good." said the thin man.
"but not the correct answer.”
"Well, we give ft up,” i ante in
"Because It's n single sticker." said
the thin mifti as he began to dodge
things. Yonkers Statesman.
A Long Yell.
The house of the Widow Barnes, at
Beloit, Wls . took Are around the chtm
nev In lhe night, and she sent her son
Johnnie out to cry fire and arouse the
Johnnie's yells <ti,l the
trick, and the fire waa put out. but he
still kept on yelling
As a matter of
fact he yelled for seven days and
nights before they could quiet him.
The doctor said ft was a nervous at
tack. brought on by his sudden fright.
During that long week there was yell
ing enough to last the town for five
years, and .
nnie will have a frog lu
>il. throat for some time to come.
The Unassertive Listener.
"That man agreed wltlf evTrr oplu
Ion 1 expressed," said the positive
"Indeed,” replied Miss Cayenne;
"lie must have been very much inter
ested or very much bored.”
Build the Fence Strong.
Build tho lino fence strong enough
to keep your own and your neighbor's
stock on the right aide, but do not
have It so high that It will prevent
vou from being nelghborlv
Physician Said Appendicitis
Gall Stones Expelled by the Greal
I thought I would du you a favor and
let vqu know what >vYan$p Kuot La»
lo.e no far for me.
About uu«‘ y<r*ar ago I was tuk'-n -i-k
with a terrible pain in niv r gbt «id<‘.
.Mv family phv>i« i;»n pronounced it ap
peri«’ cd i-. Ab'jUt tWu wt‘er.5
co ved your Almanac and read in it
«bn: t weak k;<ln<\v<. and my bark hurt
inj? me so niuch. I thovtj'bt I would try
v/.iir Swamp-Root and to my great
astonishment, alter u*dug one bottle, 1
gail • -tones,
w« ighe«l 135 kj ain*—j *t think of it.
My ki«lnevs are not «ell vet. and mo I
Mr. Srbwake, the drug
If -t. thought that it never was appro
diritis and that tbe doctor had made a
mistake. It was no doubt, gall stones
that caused the trouble, or they would
not have corn»' away **o soon after * uin
menring with Swamp Rout.
I shall alwavs praise Dr. Kilmer’s
Swamp Root to all those who suffer
from kidney. liver and bla«Uer troubles
an«i am very thankful that 1 ever dis
covere«! such a worthy remedy. I feel
confident that it w II cure me entirely
of all kidnev an«l hver trouble.
MRS. MARY 1 S< HNTTTGER.
15’ 2 25?h St., and .5th Ave.,
Nebraska City, Neb.
Tirsonally appeared before me this
•31st day of Ang.i-t. 19<>9. Mrs. Marv J.
S.-hnittger. who subscribed the above
«tatement and made oath that the same
is true in snb-r iroe and in fact.
A P. YOFNG. Countv Clerk.
f.nPTS STCTT. Deputy.
CLDSSET & DET EK
SOST là MD orc .
Centrally lo««‘ed. convenient to theater«
ard »hopping district. Hot and cold run
ning water and telephone in every room —
every modern convenience.
RATES 75c PER DAY UP
Dr Kiiir.er * Co
Fingh Aitftnn. N Y
Sculhtasl Corner 13th aid Washiojtoa
Prove »Ahdt Swamp-Root »»ill Do for You
s i-l :■> Dr. K
-¿.A Co.. Bing^rrr.
Interpreting Our Laws.
Eileen, wliosa family In the old coun ton. N. V.. for a »ample bottle, lt w II
try had known her bv lhe more prosnlc conv im-e anyone. You will also receive
a booklet of valuable information, tell
mine of Ellen, lost no opportunity of
ing all about the kidneys and bladder.
promulgating all the freedoms of the W hen writing be »lire an«l mention this
jew country that cauie her way Some- paper.
For sale at all drug stores.
hnes they took an Inverted form of Price fifty cents and one dollar.
landing out orders to her mistress
'Yez'll be careful, mum. thot yes puts
Put Confidence In Nurse.
jo paper tn th’s garbage bucket Thtm
Very small experience of practice Is
s orders, mum, fruni th garbage gin-
needed to show- that in serious illness
the patient's friends generally ask the
nurse If she thinks the doctor "really
TRY MURINE EYE REMEDY
for R« d, V. .
v. . • ■
understands the case." and they are
nndGranulated Eyelids Murine Ikiesti t much Influenci'd by her opinion and
Smart- Soothes Eve rain. Druggists the manner In which all« gives IL—
Sell Murine Eye Remedy. Liquid. 25c, London Hospital
Murine Eye Salve in
Aseptic Tubes. 25e. $1 00. Eye Books
und Eye Ail vice •■'ree by Mail.
Murine Eye Remedy Co.. Chicago.
A Way to Slip In.
"It’s niv opinion de millionaires
won't storm de gates o' glory, but
you’ll hear many of 'etn axin' some
poor soul: 'Whar is dat crack In de
fence what I hearn folks talkin'
•bout” "—Atlanta Constitution.
I . COFFEE ;
FREE TO YOU
A ample of Clover Leaf Catarrh Remedy, th<
best remedy ever offered for the treatment and
relief of nasal catarrh and cold in the head.
your druggist for a free -ample and if he has not
it send to us with the name of your druggist and
we will send it free. Sold by all drugg sta; price
Prepared by Clover Leaf Pharmacy,
Dyes Give Life to Furs.
Dyed furs retain their color longer
than »kin» which have not been dyed.
P N U
HEN writing to advertí«»”*« plea««
■»•Titinn this paper.
Pid Enough for the
Ouich Enough for th*
Mo s 1 Dange reu» Geae
Tone, bUcugili sud V Igor lu flic cutúc *y*tcm.
Housewives ha\e use»! a cloth to vrotert their
hair while sweeping, but nothin« to protect
their lun«s. causing irritation an«l inflamm«-
Dust is bo'h dangerous anti annoytnic.
You wouhl refuse water that was not clean,
but continue to breathe polluted atmosphere
and never complain.
NO DUS r SWEEPING COMPOUND ta
chemically prepared, absorb* the dust and dis
ease germs, *aves doctors’ bills.
premises dust clean’ by u.»»ng Sweeping
Compound; burn th»* sweeping-.
NO-LHTST No. 1 for househ»»1d use. 'n 5 «nd
10-lb. cans. :t5c and tkk?.. grocer«; 7.»-.b metal
NO-DUST No. 2. for business place«, 7’-lb.
drums, $2.25; 15O-|b. barrels.
rela. $5.00; f. o. b. Portland. Order bv mail or
through your gtoter or druggist. Send tor
Built to handle the
with greatest accuracy
Its parts are few and strong and simple.
The breech is locked by a turning Volt
at in tbe latest design of military rifles.
Five smashing, one-ton blows delivered with
lightning speed or deliberate fire as need m»y be.
The only recoil-operated nf!e locking the cart
ridge in the chamber until after the bullet ha»
left the muzzle.
—lhe perfect »hooting
St nJ jkr Dfcripttvt Fol Jet
CRES.ENT CHEMICAL CO.
Remington Arm«-Union Metallic Cartridge Co.
526 Washington St., Portland, Ore.
299 Broadway, New York City
PUTNAM FADELESS DYES
Color more goods brighter and faster colors than any other dye. One 10c package colors »Ilk, wool and cotton equally well
and is guaranteed to give perfect reaulta. Aak dealer, or we will »end postpaid at 10c a package. Write for free booklet
how to dye, bleach and nux colors.
MONROE DRUG COMPANY, Quincy, Illlnoi«.