Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914, March 28, 1912, Image 6

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    Women’s Page
Moistholl Hilts, Fiskiois aid Rwipis
11.—Selection of Food
By EDITH G. CHARLTON,
la Charge of Domeitn Economy
Stat* Collog*.
C*p,r,»bt. 1910. by American Crasa
Asae c aatrnrs
Iowa
function of thia clasa of food 1» to give
energy. Before energy Is evolvad there
must be heat, but as heat producers
tbe carbohydrates are not a* valuable
aa fats.
The latter arr more than
three-fourths carbon.
Tbla fact at
once proves that fat In some form is
the food to be eaten wheu hAt la re
quirt'd
It Is th«* food which appeals
to the appetite more strongly in winter
than in summer and Is liked better iu
cold climates than In warm. If it were
Impossible to have both fat and sugar
In the diet no great harm would result
to the body for some time, because
both contain tbe same elements and
both perform the same function — mine
ly. give heat aud energy
Not so with
the proteids. however, because, being
th«* only class which contains nitrogen,
no other cau substitute for them.
CHURCH DIRECTORY
CLASSIFIED
Deign DtW. by Glenn L. Saxton. Architect. Minneapoll», Minn
WANTED— l.ac«> curtains to lauiulvr
Quilts ami blanket* washixl, reasonable
also work by the day
Mr*. Haskins,
phone Home Illi.
at
WANTED Good, clean cotton rag»
• pound. Mt. Scott Pub. Co.
WANTED
Boy> mav la* had and
sometimes girl*.
The older ones at
ordinary wage* and other* to l>e
•chooled and cared for in return (or
»light services rendered. For particu­
lars address W. T. Gardner, superiti-
tendent Bovs and Girl* Aid Hociety of
Oregon, Portland. Ore.
H
T
Danger In Overeating.
HE wise selection of food, to suit
tbe individual needs of each
After learning of tbe Importance of
member of tbe family, requires proteid foods tbe first conclusion may
tbe consideration of at least be that they should form tbe greater
these three questions.
part of tbe dtet and should largely
1. Is the food nutritious?
compose tbe daily bill of fare. This Is
2. Is the food com|>aratlvely easy to a common mistake and one to be care­
digest?
fully avoided.
The intake of food
X is tbe food reasons ble in coat?
should uot be greater than the needs
by Glenn L. Saxton.
Tbe subject is so important that it of tbe body and to preserve its normal
should engage the heart and bead •8 equilibrium. Too much food of any
PERSPECTIVE VIEW FROM A PHOTOGRAPI!
well as the band of tbe woman who kind necessitates too much work ou
presides over a family, it is sufficient­ the organs of digestion aud eletnln*
ly important too. to demand some tion and produces certain irregularities
thought from every individual who of tbe body functions. Too much pro-
▼slues bls good health and general teid—that is. too liberal au allowance
well being.
It has been frequently of meat. fish. eggs, cheese, etc., lu tbe
stated by physicians and philanthro­ meals will clog tbe system with urea,
pists tbst three-fourths of tbe sieku«;** throw too much work on the kidneys
in tbe world, one-bslf tbe drunkenness In their effort to carry off this final
and a large percentage of tbe crime product I d the digestion of protekl.
bare bad their beginning and their Too much protekl In tbe diet induces
cause in poor food and bad cooking
rheumatism ano similar disorders.
This being tbe case, can there be any Wheu too much fat, or carbohydrate,
topic of greater value for our lesson is eaten it is stored up In tbe body
this week than tbe very old question, as fat. and the individual Buds himself
“Wbat shall we eat?"
putting on adipose tissue to perhaps an
First 1 should like to impress upon uncomfortable degree. There is more
my readers that “we eat to live" ratb­ I danger in this country from overeating
er than “Mee to eat;" that, while there than there is from lack of food. Just as
should be genuine pleasure in tbe sim
tbe engine is likely to wear out more
pie act of eating, this pleasure ought quickly because of too bard firing
to be experienced when tbe food is ot than from lack of fuel.
simple variety. Tbe pleasure is a cer
Tbe amount of food required to prop­
talnty when the food has been care­ erly develop tbe body aud keep It in
fully and appetizingly prepared and normal condition depends on different
when hunger is a companion at tbe conditions, such as the occupation of
meal.
The appetite which relishes the individual, tbe age of tbe individ­
only expensive foods aud foods out of ual. sex. climate aud persoual idiosyn­
season is abnormal aud is certain to crasies.
bring disaster to its {»ossessor.
This
The man or woman eugngevl In bard
SECOND FLOOR PLAN.
disaster may be an attack of rheuma­ physical work requires more of the
tism or some form of dyspepsia, or it foods which repair tissues than does
It would be Impossible to And a more complete design for a home than
may be a depleted bank account.
tbe person liviug a sedentary life. The
this one. called "A Study In Brown." The term is used because the whole
amount
of
fresh
air
iu
which
tbe
in
­
What Food Is.
scheme Is brown for the decoration of the outside Size, twenty “lx fret aide
In order to fulfill its office food must dividual Ilves will also determine and thirty feet deep. Cost to build, exclusive of heating anti plumbing. $4.000.
either build and repair tissue or it largely tbe rapidity with which food
Upon receipt of $1 tbe publisher of this paper will supply a copy of Sax­
must give heat and energy to tbe body, will be oxidized in the body. For in­
and it should do these things at as lit­ stance, tbe farmer, working in the ton's book uf plans, entitled “American Dwellings." The tss>k contains 2M
new and up to date designs of cottages, bungalows and residences costing from
tle unnecessary expense of physical fields, will require more nourishing
energy as possible. According to its foods than tbe man who sits in bis of­ gl.tssj to Jtl.is 10
function all kinds of food are divided fice all day. Tbe farmer’s lungs are
into five classes. These are tbe tissue constantly tilled with fresh air; bis
Patronize Herald Advertiser*.
building foods, the fat foods, starches blood is filled with oxygen. He is per­
and sugars, mineral matter and water. forming work which requires much
Each one of these classes has its par­ physical energy; hence bis food is rap­ Pique Much Used For W*« Folks'
Frock*.
ticular duty to perform for the body idly burned in his body in order to
Children's dresses are shown made
and therefore has its especial place on yield tbe necessary energy, and be is
tbe daily bill of fare, Any food mate­ hungry. He has a good appetite for of pique and trimmed with real Irish
These
rial, no matter bow simple and well hearty food, and be digests it with lace, inserted In medallions
known or how rare, contains two or ease. Tbe man of sedentary habits have a sasb of pink or bine satin rlb-
which relieves the stiffness
more of these five classes, A few of finds bis stomach rebelling and him­
the standard materials contain all five | self in general discomfort if he at-
i tempts to follow tbe example of tbe
classes.
For instance, what do we find in a farmer for any length of time.
loaf of bread? A great deal of starch
How Much to Eat.
and some gluten from tbe flour, a little
Occasionally we bear the question,
fat from tbe flour and more if it has "Hew much should we eat';’’ Yet. as
been added in the making, some min­ a rule, tbe average person does not
eral matter and about 35 per cent of trouble himself very much on that
water.
Meat also has fat. mineral ' > score and eats wbat a |uiu| er<-d up[te-
LARI) and C
matter and a substance found in tbe tite demands rather than tbe amount
lean part which is calltMl proteid and he actually heeds. Dietary specialists
HAMS and
which is tbe tissue building property have found from many experiments
L.7 TER and
of the meat. The elements which com­ that au average man doing average
pose these different classes of food cor
work requires each day about fouraud
respond with the elements in tbe body: a half ounces of protekl, two ounces of
hence their necessity.
It is chiefly fat and sixteen ounces of carbohy­
from tbe food which we eat that we drate. An average woman doing tbe
obtain those elements which are nec­ work of an average housekeeper re­
SA USA (iE
essary for tbe support of life and tin- quires a little less, probably about
functions of the body.
three ounces of protekl. one and a half
The Duty of the Five Classes,
ounces of fat and twelie ouuce» of
Now that we have seen wbat ao im- carbohydrate.
The boy fourteen to
portant place in life our daily food oc- sixteen .«ears of age requires four-fifths
copies let us endeavor to learn to as much food as his father, and the
which class or classes certain com­ boy or girl of twelve years should
monly used fo«>ds belong. Tbe tf«“ue bare half as much food as an adult.
building foods, or the proteid foods, Recently certain specialists have l,eeii
are not numerous, but so important able to reduce the amount of proteid
Proprietors
are they that life cannot be sustained still lower than tbe above standards,
which are less than those given ten or
for any length of time without them
Corner Main and hotter
This class <>f food has been given the twelve years ago. But as long as tbe
name proteid. a word meaning "first" present habit of "bolting'' f-tod with
or ''pre-emfni-nt." because it aioDe of insufficient mastication is common in
tbe five classics Is able to build tissue tbe country it is not safe to reduce the
and to repair tbe daily waste of the amount of proteid to tbe lowest possi
cells of the body, Tbe proteids alone ble figure. Tbe amount of food con­
contain nitrogen, and nitrogen is one stituents which I have suggested can
of tbe elements necessary to life. The be easily obtained from standard food
following table classifies some of our materials; less of these will be re­ the pique. They are always satisfac­
quired if tbe foods are properly cook­ tory. for they wash well.
common foods according to their prin
Eyelet work Is easy and most effe>
cipnl constituents, also gives tbeii ed. Just here tbe housekeeper's skill
Is called into account. No matter bow tire and gives a decidedly French
source and use in tbe body:
SOURCE AND USE OF TBE CHIEF FOOD uutritious aud easy of digestion food* touch to a dainty little batiste or nain­
may be in their uncooked state, they sook frock. It Is interesting work to
CONSTITUENTS.
Meat*
Uss Is THS may be almost, if not entirely, ruined be picked up.
We
the
Fiab
B oot
Hemstitching is another pretty hand
as far as digestion and assimilation
Ere*
Build
list
of
bargains
in
touch for the children’s dresses and
Milk
are
concerned
in
tbe
prw.'m
of
cook-
PROTEIDS < beeae
Tissue»
can l>e used for hems, collars and turn­
real estate of
in
Pea«
Repair Daily I ing.
Bean*
Waate of
A single portion of beefsteak, two back cuffs, also belts. And now that
the
list
Gluten in Flour Tissue
. eggs and an ounce of cheese, with milk so many deep knife plaited ruffles are
Butter
many
buys in
Give Heat
being
used
around
neck
and
sleeves
Fat of .Meat»
and a little oatmeal, will furnish all
and Energy
FATS
Cheeee
nothing could be more simple or styl­
Lents
the
tissue
building
material
tbe
aver
­
We
Oil lu Nuta
Produce
Olive Oil
age man will require for one day. A ish than to have these hemstitched.
Fat
tent and
Cane
Here is a novel suit for the small
' half loaf of bread and a half pound of
Beet
sale
on
payment
boy
It
gives
a
double
breasted
effect
potatoes, with ordinary helping of rice
Give
Sugars ■ Maple
.Malt
Heat
and a tablespoonful of sugar will fur­ and may be used with or without the
carbo -
Suicar of Milk
and
, Sutfar In Fruit Energy nish tbe required amount of carbohy­ shield. Tbe pattern is good developed
hy ­
Or eala
drate. and the required fat is easily in linen or wool material.
drates
Flour«
JUDIC CHOI.LET
»btalned from tbe butter used on tbe
Peas
Starch ■ Beans
i
' bread, tbe oils in the cheese and tbe
Corn
This May Manton pattern la cut In sixes
fat In meat.
There is much more
Potato«
for boys of six. eight, ten and twelve
MRS T. BRIGHT
MINERAL J Fruit Acids | Aid in Formation Sb a rice of too much fat being eaten years of age Rend 10 dents to this offlee.
of
Bone
with
tbe
ordinary
meal
than
too
little.
SALTS , Vegetables
giving number 7»n. and It will be prompt­
tbe Blood
Foster Road
Ea«t oí P. O.
We are likely to underrate the value ly forwarder! to you by mail. If In haste
Useful in
WATER ! In All Vegeta- Carries Food o
bles
tbe Blood
1 of water In tbe diet and use It too send an additional two cent stamp for
In All Animal t arries Off Wa « ( sparingly. Water Is a food and a very letter postage which Insures more prompt
Foods
Solvent For Foot
delivery. When ordering use coupon
necessary one. Its duties for the Ixsiy
In FeoT
The sugars and starches have beet
wbarim « om
are
numerous
and
Important.
It
helps
No...
grouped under one name, carbohy­
SIU
ELASTIC
HOSIERY
to carry food to tbe blood, assists in
drates. because both these foods con­
Th« eo««taat y«t gantki prenanre Fffi-
carrying off the waste matters, equal- Name
tain a considerable amount of carbon,
air
and
Aakla Waakneai. F f » mi m«a*.
also two gases hydrogen and oxygen, • *• the temperature of the body and Address
urement
blank
on
reqnaat.
which are always present In tbe right n 'ta as a solvent for food. Its benefit*
Woodard, Clarke & Co.
pc 'he system are maty
proportion to form water Tbe special
rortlMS. Or**««*
FOR THE CHILDREN.
CITY MEAT
MARKET
MPOUND
RACON
FAitiS
FISH in SEASON
FRESH MEATS
Always Fresh and Priced Right
EGGIMAN BROTHERS
REAL ESTATE
BARGAINS
have listed perhaps
biggest
any firm
city. Our
includes
excel lent
property,
also
have houses for
for
easy
plan.
Bright Realty Co.
(
I nsurance
WANTEl* To buy a light buggy
with low wheel*. arch axle, see Lent»
undertaker.
FOU
HAI.K
FOR SALE -Newspapers for wrap­
ping or kindling. Mt. Scott Pub. Co.
FOR SALE—30 S.
RI km I s Island
R«si pulk-ta. $1.76 each for all or part.
Cockerels, $3. White Orpington Cock-
erala, $3
20 Black Minorca l*ulleta, $2
each. Cocksrvla, $3.
Indian Runner
Du. ks. $2. Drake*. $2 50. Egg* (non
above breod* $2 |>er setting. Dell Elliot
R. D. 1, Montavilla, Ore.
tf
(All church», are re<|u»*t«<t to »nd to Th«
■ Herakl notice*. *ucli aa the follow In*, tor publi­
cation each uvek Ire* )
NT. PAUI.'» KPIM'OFAl.i IICKcll,WOODMEN»
Hvrvlcv. and m-rinoii al 4 p in .»very Sun
day. Hun-lay School al ■ •«> a. in «'ouiuiun
Ion aervle« on *veoii<t aun-lay of each month.
I>r Vau Wat*r and Rev. Oawald W Taylor
I
l.ltNTH HAITINT fill Hell Flral Avenue, near
Foeter Hoad KeV. J. N N«>l»oii pastor. Sun­
day School Iu a in I'r.-achlu* II a in aud
1 M> p in H ¥ I* It meat* at*:*> Prayer-
m-wtlnv Thursday evening al 7 Ml.
awKiuaii I.ITIIKKAN mkkiinu Held *v*ry
Hun-lay al Io V a ni. and In 'he «venlnsat
the Chapel at corner of Waodblns atreel an,I
Flrland aveiito Kev H H Ny.troni |>a«lor
SWKOISII IIKTIIANIA < IIAPKI., ANAHkl.
Sea nd I net tali Hun-lay Scht-ol al II a in,
lllbl«->lii,ly an-l prayer nn-i-tliig Friday al*
I- n, S-andlnav Ian people eordlally Invited
and welcome
uXACIt k\'AS<-»l l< Al. i 'III'HCII l.kNT*
Ficai-litug Sunday »III a in aud V.SOp iu
Sunday * h......... v*r> nundny »i io a m
Young People*' Alliance every Huuday *i * (0
1- in Prayer nievllng arid lllbl* «Indy each
Wedneeday evening
Hpecial mu.lc All
cordially welcome Rev f'onklln, paelor
I *STH KKIKSim r lU'Hr II Hout), Main St
“al.ti.rli Hchi»ol I* -«>., u, Service II Ufa tn
» Irrl.llari Kitdeavor s to p. in . Kvangellell*
»ervlce 7 .1 Prayer reeling ««..Inr^fay 7 **
I- nr Myra H Hmllh, paalor.
l.y.HTs M r 1 111’H« II corner oirth Av* and
Uor«1cn »1 Sunday School lOlun « re . Ser
vtocaal II <« a in and 7 an p m . Kpworlh
Ix-ague r. *o Prayer nreeilng Thurwlay even
Ing ot each week All nnwlcordially Invited
Me« w It,-yd M,w,re pa.lur
TKKMoNT I'NITKIt HHmiKKN CHURCH
Mnd Av* MHb Hl s y
Sunday School al
10:00 a nr Preaching II <n a m ChrUllan
Kndeavor • *' p in
Preaching 7:»> p m
Prayer meeting Thureday ,7» p m
Mrs
Lynn pa*lor
MII.I.AHlr AVK I'HKHHi IKHlAN
____ t’HCRCH
Rev lovl Juhnatrn |>a*l<,r ke.bienes ses I I
l.ovr)„y s; sen I, ee
r____________
Hu
urlar Hehool __ al
10». m . Morning Worahlp 11 • nr
FOR SALE—Beautiful bay mare, 3
yr*. old, sound, gentle, weigh» 1200 now.
Price |1 tk)
41 acre» good fruit or farm­ •HVBNTII PAY ADVkNTiST I'HTIl« H Oalar-
day Sabbath School NAM. Saturday I'raach
ing land i.’son <>r ¡0 acre tract», easy
In» HAM Sunday Mlwlonary Mastin» *:*»
term». Mr*. JoelJarl. Boring, Ore 2t
P M . Sunday Preaching 7 *0 I' M Wadnaaday
I'rayar Me«Uug 7 hr P M. All wel*ua*a U>
LUMBER—Al our new mill IJg miles
I hear meeting! C. J. Cua*mln»a. Peatoe.
southeast of Kelso. We deliver luniimr.
rvaldenM V* Kaal AMh St Phone Tabor 1**1.
JonsVud Bro*.
(•
ORANGE DIRECTORY
FOR SALE OR TRADE Wood stump­
age, four miles Southeast of Lent*.
(Uranin «rr rr^nraixi tu «*nd to Th« Herald
L. G. Mayra, R. D. 1 Clackamas, tf
tn Imitai ion »*> that a brief card rati br run
free under thia heading hand plat <- day and
hour of mqrtlng.)
FOR SAI F OlM hall acre, Irnonl,
FLKAHA.NT VAU.KY UKAltUB No
east front, muir orchard, good location. Meet»
aet'ond Haturdavat 7 » |> m and fourth
i urda y at 1© au a m evrry month.
$10 down, Flo |>er month
Enquire at
K<M'hW<)OI> «iMANUB Meed the ftr«t Wad
Mt. >cott Publishing Co's, office.
m *<lay of eaoh mmilh at 8 p m and third Nat
tirdav «t lu a m
Ml I ISoMAH UKANOK, NO 7) M««U tha
F<>R SAI E—One fourth acre,clear«“I,
Haturda« In every month at 10 »> a m .
in Walden Park. Five dollar unymentH tourOi
In Airange hall, (»riant
Enquire at Mt Scott Publishing Co’».
F i IR \ IKW (»KANiiK Meal« hrat Naturday
• ffiee.
and thr th!r«l Friday of earh month
kl ^H KII I K (iKANGK. NO
MraU tn
DUCK
EGGS TForoghbrevi duck thr •« bool ho uar th« lhtr»l Na!ur<tay of earh
month
•KK"- $1.1X1 per setting o( 13 eggs Joe
KVKMNG «TAR ORASt.l Mrrl« in lhall
Bush, 4th Ave. anti Lu the rr St. Call hall
at ?s»uth Mount laboro» the Kral Nalur*
evenings
t2
<t«¥ of t arh month at lu « in All vlaitor« ara
weu’oinr.
FOR SALE — Barred Rock Fggs. fl
(¡MLNH a M (»KiS’itF
M«'«*ta «et'on t Natur
per setting of 15. Geo. Gilson, 4 block* day In each month at io a m
bAMAN< I n <»RAS«7K. NO. M»> Meet* Aral
north ix-nts Junction on Brace St.
Saturday garb month
l.FSIM <«R A\i»l’ M*« (« arcond Saturday of
FOR SALE - Rhode Island Reti eggs each mmilh at io gu a tn
IS for $1 IVI. E 11 Willi», SM 1 til
< LAJ K AM AM «sKANUK. No
Marla th«
nrat Saturday In the month at lu au a tu and
Ave., S.
t2
thr third Maturday at 7 So |» m
HASbV <«R a N<»E. S» wr.’
M>-ria arcond
•aturda) of each month at 10 o'rltM'k a m
LOST ladies Gold Watch with fob
<
MUIA uKANht Ni» ja ; Marl« In all
Second hand broken.
Reward if re- •lay «eaalon rtrat Saturday In varh month In
grange hall near < orbatt al 10 a m
turned to A Botina's store.
< I.A i KA-MAM GIlAS'iE meet« Aral Ma i urda y
of ras-h month at lo an a tn amt third Matur
FOR SA1.E—Rhode Island Reti Cock­ day «t 7 «T» p m
rel». Enguire at Grange Store.
tf
KAIiKOAh II Mt ( AKO
EGGS FOR HATCHING—We have
them
Calkins strain of white Leg­
horns, bred for eggs for 10 years. Set­
tings <>r incubator lota.
Call Lenta
Home Phone 2824, or address Calkin*
Poultry Farm, Lanta, Ore., Gilberts
Station.
Also a few good cockrel»
Leave«*
Arrive« (
Leave« 7
leave* 4.-0« p.
PROFESSIONAL
Notary I'ublie
in.
HPOKANK
p in arrive« II :»> * m
SDt rilKR.H PAt’IFI«'
Et <i».NK PAH h ENUF.K
Leaves «. *o p n> . arrivas ll:uo a ¿m
ASHLAND
Leavvi * :*o a. m .arrive« v o p tn
ROHKHl'Rti
Leave. :c V, p di , arrlvsa 5: M^p tn
CALIFORNIA I KAINS
leave at 130» tn.. 5:50 p. m .
p ui
Arrlw at 7:*> a. tn . i Kt ! m..»:*op tn
WEST HIDE
Corvalll*. leav* 7 w *. m.. arrive » » p m
Hlllaboro, leav.-a 7:« a. tn.. II a at I-o p m .
5:«0p ru
r
Arrive H UO a tn., m an ». m . z «5 p m., t 10 p.
in., « an p m.
JEFFEKR o N STREET
Della., leave* 7 W a. m. arrive. 5:tr, p m
UNION DEPOT
Dallas, leave* |:|<> p. m., arrive* |<>:*o a. m.
HHKRIDKN-UNION DEPOT
Leave« at *:<*> p. In , arrive* 10:30» ln
TILLAMOOK
Leav,-. »4.5. Hlll»l.<>ro, ln:<xt Tillamook 4M.
leave* Tillamook 7;«0a m IIIII.I hoo 1:40
p tn .arrive* In Portland a IA p m
NORTH HANK
Phone A 0351, Marvhall 920
ASTORIA
luav, >».'«, a in..,. 3n p m . arrive* IS:» p in
Abstracts made and leave V
examined
Kollo C. Krocsbeck
Attorney-at-Law
Office o|»-n daily and on Mon< lay •nd
Thursday nights
Pnone Tabor 1588
Lents, Oregon
W. F. Klineman
Attorney-at-Law
C. E. Kennedy
2nd Ave., Lenta.
Kennedy * Klineman
Real Estate and Rentals, Notary
Public Work
Office Phone T. 2012
Residence 748
Main St. and Parline, I .enta, Oregon
|
C. €. Worland, Dentist
718 Dekum Bldg., Third and Wash,
ington, Portland. Ore.
CityOffice, Main 5855; Lenta Office, 2833
Residence, Tabor 2587
Residence Corner 8th and Marie Sts.,
Lenta, Ore. Office Hours 8 to 10 a. m.
i
RANIER LOCAL
laav-s 1 ;00 p. m., 5:lh p m . arrive* v;«o » m
5:00 p. m.
LYLE GOLDENDAI.K
Leave« *:J>, a m , arrive»»:«» p. m .
SPOKANE EXPRESS
l-eave« 11:55 ». m . 7:(*> p. in arrive* 5:00 a m.,
1
p.
m
Iz-sHons in China Painting
China decorsieti to order and firing
COLUMBIA IXX'AL
Samples of our work on exhibition at Leave* S:«o p m , arrive» » M a. m
ELECTRIC LINER
Lenta Pharmacy.
OREGON KLKCTRIC
Studio, fifith Ave., H. E., Grays Crossing
Salem an<l way pointa
Leaving at 7:M, » 45, 10:45; 2:00, 3:46. *:|0,>M.
Deafness Cannot Be Cured Arrive s. 11:15; 1:30,4:16. 6:W, *4:|n’ 5:30,U;00
lllll.boro and Fore*! Grove
by local application*, as they cannot
r«-ach the diseased portion of the ear. I«avea 6:40, 5:1», t0:M. 1:00, »;|6, 6;*n, a:f5 11
There Is only one way to cure .1, afn.-aa,
« tn , 3:40, ,.■•«•
4:66 7:4«
and that I h by constitutional remedies.
»:»6, 11:00 p m.
Deafness la cau*<-d l,v an Inflamed condi­
UNITED
RAILWAYS
tion of the mucous I -ting of the Kusta-
Third and Stark, phone A 6f«l Marahall M0
chlan Tube. When tide tube la Inflamed
you have a rumbling Hound or Imperfect la-avln* hourly from 6:15 a. m to 5H5 p m
hearing, and when it is entirely closed. Arrlvln* ••
- 1Mm |n 6:65 p'm'
Deaftiesa I* the w-atilt, and unle** the in­
PORTLAND RAILWAY LIGHT A POWER
flammation can be taken out and this
tube restored to It* normnl condition,
'Abler St. atatlon, A 0131, M0H Main
hearing will bo destroyed forever; nine
city, arrive* and leaves «»ch halt hoar
case* out of ten *re caused by Catarrh, Oreson
from
8:90a. m. to midnight.
which I* nothing but an Inflamed '•ondl-
Cazadero, arrive« and leava«A:M, •:♦©, 10:U a.
tlcn of the mucous surface*.
tv- r II! give < ‘no flnndred Ifollara for any <•■«« of
m.* 19;4t,9:4*, 4:46, 8:4A p. m., «topping at
jy-irne-.» <.■«„«, I hycrtt.vrrhi that rann.,1 he eared by
Troutdale, and Grezham, way points.
Hall * Catarrh <,ure H- nd for clrcnian, free.
(irezham, Troutdale, leave« at 7:46, 9:46, 11 :<g a.
F. J CT1 »NUT, A CO . Toledo, Ohio.
Bol-I by Itrnm-ita. 75,
« ,1:48,1:46.6:46. II :M p m.
Take Ilan-a Family Pius for oooMlpaUoa
Vancouver, atatlon WaahhigtoTY ari.F"*ft«<rond,
6:16,6:60, 7:», R On, g;gftt y no, 9:M, io:gg,
11:60a m . is:*», 1:10, 1:60, 1:00, 1:10, OM,
Half the news of your home paper lies
«:»), 6:10, 6:60,6:80, 7:<J6, 7:40,0:10,Ot*. io:M
in the ads.
Read them.
11:46
mrs. Jdntttetitsdl
miss Ruth titstll