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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (June 30, 1911)
FOUND IT BY CHANCE
YOU GO To 1’01(1 LAND, MTOP
AT THE NEW
From th« Storehouse of th» Ey«».
Eyes are bold aa Ilona, roving, run
ning. leaping her« and there, far and
near. They apeak all language*; they
wait for no Introduction; tliay ar«
no Englishmen; a*k no l«-ive of ago
or rank, thoy respect neither poverty
nor rich««, neither learning nor pow
er, nor virtue, nor »ex, but Intrude,
nnd corn« ai-aln, and go through and
through you In a moment of time.
What Inundation of Ilf« and thought
I* diaeburged from on« aoul Into an
other through them!- Emerson: "Con
duct of Life."
HOW ED SON HAPPENED ON THE
I hud and Duix Slrerli, Near Depot
Accidental Occurrence. While He Was
Esperimentlng on Sheepskin for
the Telephone, Suggested the
Mothers wfîl And Mr«. Wlnflow*« Roothlng
tyrup tu* test fined* to use fol their «.uiAuraa
lui4bg tu toaUüA* pi ■’ tod
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I planted beans expecting peas to
papers have a whueio .that things
turn out that way
planted bean*. I find that only beans
tinvu grown, Them la no doubt that
things turn out sometimes as they
lagend "T»huelch»s Drinking Mata In
th» Hay of Their Toldo," without talk-
Ing us what "Hay means
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( 'uly hh U m iI*«xl Kerlrt In
stitute lu t»»*'*<.t». w rite
f r illu*tr*i«MÌ « lr< »1er.
unit ininwn.71 t.l nit».
P ortland , prego
S. S. Breakwater
1440 Hurt* Power and
L(|uip|»ed with Wirele»»
SAILS EVERY 5 DAYS
At W .00 a. m. from Ainsworth
J. MILUS, Gen. Mgr
Improved Train Service
road & Nav. Co.
Dall«-* iiiul Muilra.t.
I>-ave The Dnll«-s 12;.r(' p. m., Ar
rive Muilra* f> 16 p. m.
Leave Madras H;00 a. m.. Arrive
The Dall«-«, 1:56 p. m.
Direct connection* with train*
leaving Portland at 7:I>0 a. m. and
lit a. rn.; also fiom Walla Walla.
I'rndleton and inte rmediate point*
at De* hutc* Junction.
WM. M< MURRAY. Gen. Pass. Agt
WHERE HE EXPECTED TO GO
Cheerful Grocer’s Clerk Makes Witty
Reply to Housewife Who Wanted
Only Fresh Goods.
It was considered beneath tba dir
nlty of a Ht-andlnavlan
court bls bride by gallantry and sub
mission; be always welted until iti»
had bestowed her affections on anoth
er and was In her way to the mar-
rlage ceremony, then collecting
faithful followers they fell upon
wedding party and carried away
It wa* much in favor of
practice that marr.age* were always
celebrated at nlrht
"Have you any country butt.r?" the
young housewife ssk«-d
"No’m." the grocer’s clerk respond
ed. "but w »- have some near butter."
"Well, have you
any fresh leaf
"Sorry, ma'am; but 1 can Hive you
some of our finest near lard and you
Are These Your 6electlonef
can't tell the difference
According to a committee chosen by
"Well, of all the stores'
the Providence Evening News, the ten
su Id Edison, and get a glass pf honey for the cbll most beautiful words In the English
I ugniti his flngi-r drenr
language are melody hope, love, home,
"Er I'm afraid not. ma'am; but we sublime joy. peace gentle, life, friend
i hfa evident de
haie some excellent near honey.”.
ship Tbe Evening News got up a con
Tbe housewife sighed.
some time, ask
test among its readers, and the list
"Itear me!" she »aid reproachfully given was unanimously approved by
■r of Ida assis
"You should b<- ashauie' to aell so the judges
A set of .Mark Twain's
Where do works was the first prize
many adulterated food*!
you expect to go when you die, young
Wanted A liv» repräsentativ« in thia tnwa.
calmly re To ha>.*Jlc Lr*t welling irrigated lands in California
"Near heaven, ma'rm,’’
I. l«eral < ornrni •» n>r.
Addr«—*- Hansonm A h-*u
«ponded the clerk, an he chased a ball, 3U2 Monatinork Bldg San Francisco, Cal.
machinery, which hie
Church Barrel Organ.
lly made, and a fev
Fpeaklng at a Llangollen meeting,
tirai phonograph w«i
The burglar, having pocketed all the bishop of St Asaph recalled that
It was a crude nff.
loose Jewelry In sight, which was he held hl* fl.st church appointment
fng an Impreselon ot
wax. and It
Tbe music to accom
much, roughly awoke the sleep at Llangollen.
talked Impe rf reti
It did weft
pany the choir was then supplied by
enough lo show ball
hat he was
As a boy he churned
trboba o’ a barrel organ
"I want them diamond
on the right track, ai
it out by regularly turning the handle.
"Please don't tear them out of
A hundred men might hava felt the
Prayer of the kail*.
vibration of that pin attached to the
ta<-h th« m and hand them to you my
They are so homesick they pray like
p!e<e of nheejtkln, but It took an
this "If 1 shuuld die before 1 wake. I
Edition to Instantly realize that the
"All right, sir. Quick, now!"
pray tbe Lord my soul to take back to
vibration might be made to Indent a
Subsequently the burglar
learned Tennessee." — Memphis Commercial
»oft Miibtitnnc-e and be »usceptlble of
that h« had robbed the dwelling of Appeal.
reproducing the met »ounda of the
Professor .Presto, the magician, and
human voice that < nutird the different
THE TRUTH ABOUT BLUING.
that the profe.nor Lad < leverly sub
stltuted a pair of glim* Imitations i for
Talk No. 7.
tbe diamond earboba "
Avoid liquid bluing.
As a real
Stone Bathtubs Used.
Simon Pure farce liquid
On the great private estates In Met
about the biggest yet. Don't pay good
ico baths are In use today which w ere
Thera are times when
the pun. money for water.
hewn out of the *olld rocks centuries much
urh abused and
nnd poverty stricken
Buy BED CROSS BALL BLUE, the
ago by slave labor. They are located, aged as It generally Is seems to justi
blue that’* ai) blue.
A large package
for the moat part. In the vicinity of fy Its appearance.
One day. when only 5 cents.
Washes more clothes
running water, and are fed by bituboo Mr. Potter was trying to read a ro
than any blue on earth.
pipes, but In many cases they have mance story to hla niatter-of fact wife,
ASK YOUR GROCER
to be filled by the old fashioned meth he had recourse to a pun to save bls
od of carrying a bucket to and from temper.
Care of the Attic.
Few attics are ceiled, but If they
"And so the evening wore on," read
In the cities the
are not light the walla and tbe beams
atone Mr Potter, "and —"
bath* are made of cement, The resi
"What did It wear?" inquired his should be treated to a coat of white
dences of all well to do people ure pro wife In her dryeat tone.
paint or whitewash. One« a month
vlded with them, nnd they are a fea-
"My dear," said Mr. Potter, after the floor should be swepL The win
turn of the native hotel*
They are a scarcely perceptible hesitation, "If dows Bbould be washed three or four
usually about ten feet long by four you must know. It was the close ’of times a year.
Twice a year there
feet deep baby swimming tanks. In an autumn day."—Youth’i Companion. should be a campaign waged against
moth, roaches and possible bedbugs,
as well as against
The tropical custom 1* to fill the
AN INSULTIN' QUESTION.
Keep a rattrap and a mousttrap in
baths late at night
By the following
commission.—Woman's Hom« Com-
morning the water will have acquired
a limpid coolness that acts like a tonic
upon tbe body. When one remembers
Dr. Pierce’« Pleasant Pellets cure
that near the equator It I* almost ns
constipation. Constipation is the cause
warm In the morning n* It I* at noon,
of many diseases. Cure the cause and
you cure the disease. Easy to take.
and that water taken direct from the
city mains is always tepid, the udvnn
Need for Women Architects.
tage of the stone or cement bath I*
It is a practically accepted axiom
that there are too few women archi
tects, for. li there is one subject
Making News of Virtue.
more than another In which woman’s
Crime I* exaggerated by critics of
required, it is domestlo
the newspaper more than by the news
architecture.—1'rom the Queen.
Criminal news actually
form* a much smaller part of the
normal newspaper than mnny fault
Don't cringe— don’t flinch,
finders loosely assume
Should fortune pinch
press gave more space to Moody and
Sankey In their first great series of
And all seem lost;
meetings thirty five years ago than
it ever had given to any unworthy
11 ith might and main,
pair, and within two years the reports
TRY, TRY again
of a big ami protracted religious rally
in Boston filled a larger number of
news columns than the reports of any
criminal case In the history of the
’’Father has given nie $100 every
AM taking the above text for the
birthday aim e I w as 21, and 1 have.
reaaon that I want to Instill into the
While the unusual Is the new* moat saved every cent of It
people self-reliance, aelf-noblllty. aelf-
In demand by editors and renders, ft la
I want every person to
"How many thousand dollars have
that the\ are above deception, hatred.
not necessarily news of the unusually you got In the bank?"
•a. jealousy, envy or revenue.
The virtuous. If their virtue
i the person u ho la pinched by
who has suffered »reat reverses,
takes unusual shape or scope,
weighted down with acme great
Virtue Itself, however.
Borrow to become ac
"Jiblots rend a pamphlet thia morn
quainted with the re-
Is not news, nnd It will be a sorry Ing advocating the use of predlgested
day when simple •ell doing becomes
Ho|'f‘ • I want them
to take Hope as a
• Didn’t he
have anything better
companion, a* a coun-
sellor. hi a light, as
than that to do.
a medicin*, for Hop«
"No. He was waiting to be served
a breakfast order of pork chops, to-
It 1» a
Th« flail la the most ancient Inatru-
us the beautiful.
”W m he frightened by what he
men! for thrashing grain, although It
fill» our souls with
•on Rs and our tongues
Is possible that the trampling of the read In the pamphlet?"
"No. He merely ordered some addi
straw under th« feet of horses, oxen
To ba hopeful one
be well, and to
nnd men Is n close
Th« tional pork chops."
be well one must be hopeful
Romans used a machine called the
That the lower bowel is responsible for
most bodily Ills Is now being recognised
Where th« Fighting 1«.
by the leading physicians throughout
stones or Iron, and drawn over the
"War with Jnpan seems Imminent. world. There is no further excuse for
grain sheaves by horses or oxen. The These dreadful rumors alarm me.
being bilious, for having headaches,
suffering with dyspepsia or Indigestion,
first machine attempted In modern
putting up with a sluggish or lazy liver,
times for the work of thrashing waa
"What would you do'”
for poisoning the blood as a result of con
Invented by one Michael
"Well, I think 1 would switch maga stipation, for Munyon s I’nw Faw Laxative
rills are positively correcting all these ail
of Edinburg, about 1732
They »»»1st In digesting everything
that Is put into the stomach,
years later Andrew Melkle built a sim
ulate the liver Into activity,
ilar machine. It was not until the lat
the secretions of the stomach, which carry
ter half of the nlnenteenth century,
"My dear, our landlord say« h«'a off all the bile and poisonous matter»
They strengthen ths
through the bowels,
however, that the thrashing machine going to raise our rent."
lower bowel, so that It empties Itself nut
reached anything like its present per
"Glad to hear he can do IL I urslly, without the aid of cathartics or
Munvons Paw Paw Fills for sale at all
druggists. Frlcst k'k cents,
No Man is Stronger
Than His Stomach
\ strong man is strong sll over. No man esn be
strong who is suffering frnm weak stomach with its
cnnsequc'j* indigestion, or from some other disease
of tl$c stomach and its associated organs, which im
pairs digestion and nutrition« I*or when the stomach
is weak or diseased there is a loss of the nutrition
contained in food, which is (lie source of all physical
strength. When a man “doesn’t feci just right,'9
wlien he doesn't sleep well, has an uncomfortable
feeling m the stomach after eating, is languid, nervous, irritable and despond«
Cut, be is losing the nutrition needed to make strength.
3uch a man uhould
Dr, Pierce's (ioldefl Medical
Diacovary. It cures diaenaea of the stomach nnd other
organa of diQeatlon and nutrition. It enrichea the blood,
invl^oratea the liver, atrentthena the kidneya, nourlahea
the nervea, and an G/kXS HEALTH AXD »THL^UTH TO
Till WHtsl.l. HODY.
You can't afford to accept a fecret nostrum as a substitute for this non«
alcoholic medicine uv intawn composition , not even though the urgent dealer
may thereby make a little bigger profit. Ingredients printed on wrapper.
A Good Cigar
1 Costs You 5c
ALLEN & LEWIS
r fr.nl. £>ro4(ö
Borrowed Bridal Finery.
In Norway every parish bouse ba* a
set of ornament* for the temporary
use of the bride, including a showy
coronal and girdle, so that the poor
1st women In the land appeared for one
day in tbeir life in a costume which
they probably thought equal to that
of a queen. The museum of national
antiquities at Copenhagen contain* a
number of such seta of bridal decora
tions. which were at one time used
Superiority of Reason.
There Is no opposing brutal foroe to
the strategetna of human reaaon.—
Distributer*, Portland, Or.
Pleasure In Everything.
If we apply ouraelvea seriously ta
wisdom we shall never live without
true pleasure, but learn to be pleased
with everything. We shall be pleased
with wealth as far as it enables ua to
benefit others; with poverty, tn not
having much to care for. and with ob
scurity. for being unenvied.
School ot the
PORTLAND ART ASSOCIATION
Third year bejrins October 2. 1911.
DRAWING, PAINTING, PORTRAIT, LIFf,
' I AK -4 S
MUSEUM OF ART,
Fifth and Taylor Street». PORTLAND. OREGON
are the safest and most reliable cathattic and
system cleanser. The best remedy for Torpin
Liver, Biliousness and S-.ck Headache.
At Druggists' °r by Mall, 2* Cants
Hovr Cmancal. Co.
leaLqgeat La««« all
se**««, t in t
tip over, wtli no« w d
or in; ure
G uata * teed eflext-
|v* Of sii i»«)»n or
»eat prepaiJ tor ZC<_
màr >> i i » misbbs
164» IH XaJk >••-
Old Hickory Smoked
f| Highest Quality
Try This Recipe
FREE TO YOU
A «ample of Clover leaf Catarrh Remedy, the
best remedy ever offered for the treatment and
relief of n&sal catarrh ar.d cold in the head.
your drunrist for a free sample and if he has not
it send to us with the name of your druKSVt and
we will send it free. Sold by all druir<ists: price
60 c»nt.«. Prepared by Clover Leaf E'naruiacy.
To the contents of
one medium size jar of
Libby’s Sliced Dried Beef,
add one tablespoonful of
butter, then sprinkle
with one tablespoonful
of flour and add one-half
cup of cream. Cook 5
minutes and serve on
Ask for Libby’s in the
sealed glass jars.
E l 1XIR u '5ENNA
Cleanses the System
colds and Headaches;
due to constipation.
Best for men. women
and children: young
effects,always note the
name of the Company,
At All Grocers
Libby, McNeill & Libby
C alifornia fa S yrup ( o .
plainly printed on the
front of every package
of the Genuine
II EM wHtin* to stirarti»»-» plaaaa
mautinn this paper.
COMETO PORTLAND AND BE CURED IN FIVE DAYS
VARICOSE VEINS, HERNIA, BLOOO POISON
No severs opsrstioos, mans cases permanently cured in one
tn atiDeDt. Most time aav ing, most natural, most safe. A
radu al and permanent cure. I give my word and will cits
▼<>u to other medical authorities that this is a fact. I am cer
tainly prepared to cure by experience and equipment, which
are the keystones to success. I have the best equipped
<d othce on the Coast. I will f t ve
to any < Larity aa
guarantee that every statement in this announcement Is true.
I invite you to come to my office. I will explain to you my
treatment for Varicose Veins, Hernia Nervous IVbility,
Flood Poison* Piles, Fistula Bladder. Kidney, Prost at io and
all Men s Ailmeuts and give you FREE a physical examina
tion; if necessary a micros« epical and chemi« al analysis of
•«s retious. to determine pathological and bacteriological con
ditioiis. Every man should take advantage of this oppur
tun.ty to b arn tb< ir true condition. A permanent Curs w
schat you want
I permanent (Sire is what I gire.
WRITTEN GUARANTEE-My written guarantee means a cure or
o pay. I guarantee to cure certain ailments or refund every
ollar you have paid. My service®cost you nothing unless I
cure your Varicose Veins, Hernia. Piles. F istula, Blood Poi
son. or any ailment I guarantee to cure Terms are reasonable
and no more than you are able and willing to pay for benefits
OTtee hour*— SA M to S F M
lunday*. 10 A M U1FM
A.O. Smith M. D.
I ara tbe only «peci*: ut in Portland wbe
do*« not advertise a Cctitiou* name of
I publish ray trat photofrsph, correct
mm« and pertooally conduct my office.
toe foanot»raisan i
cover?, ’ ‘606” in cases of Speciic Blood P«>i»on. It cure* in OB» treat
ment and 1« the gresrew marvel of medical acience. Tbit new remedy
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