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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (July 11, 1912)
You Get Spot Caah.
You Pay No Commission
II hip us your *< mn ! rhoUw produce. W« will
pay for same aa follow«:
Vaal under 140 pound«....................HHa pound
Block H> k < ................ . ..................10* pound
Froch Country t««>..... ............ aocdoM»
............................... 12^ round
Liv* H|»rii>« Chirk»»* .................. IS.- pound
TRANK L. SMITH MEAT DO.
"TlghUna th* Bast Trust”
Why Deep Streams Run Stilt.
Deep etreame run sltll—and why?
Not beceuee there are no obstacles,
but because they altogether overflow
these stones or rocks round which the
shallow stream has to make Ils noisy
A Tonic. AKrratlve and Kraolvenl
br.t temnly fur Kidney*, l.lvri end >h.w«le.
Kre.llt .lr* ptinplra. >Ci option* end Dlaorders
ot the hkln
Purifie« ihr Blood end sie**
Tone. BUeuglh eud Vigor lo lb* eulue .y*t«ak
The Last Dollar.
When a man baa a dollar to spend
and knows where to get many more
he blows It In heedlessly and then
rails at Its small buying capacity. To
be sure a dollar Isn't much, but If It's
the last a man has, and he knows not
where In the world to get another, and
If he turns that coin over and over
and thinks and plana how to make ev
ery mill of every cent do Its utmost,
be will make It elastic enough to
cover many needs, and then Is ama»
•d at Its great purchasing power.—
Now York Press.
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Since the Telephone.
In 1(76, the year In which Alesando)
Graham Ilell Inventod the téléphona
there were no skyscrapers, no trolley
ears, no electric lights, no gasoline
engines, no self binders, no bicycles
nor motor care.—.Magazine of AmerP
Tivo Usee for Burmese Tess.
The ten grown In Burma Is used
almost entirely for pickling. After*
ward It Is eaten as a condiment
How Mrs. Bethune was Re
stored to Health by Lydia
E. Pinkham’s Vegeta
Sikeston, Mo. — "For seven years I
suffered everything. 1 was in bed for
four or five days at a
time every month,
and so weak 1 could
hardly walk. I had
and headache, and
was so nervous and
weak that I dreaded
to see anyone or
have anyone move in
the room. The doc
tors gave me medi
cine to ease me at
those times, nnd said that I ought to
have an operation. 1 would not listen to
that, and when a friend of my husband’s
told him about Lydia E. l’inkhnm’s Veg
etable Compound nnd what it had done
for his wife, I was willing to take it.
Now i look tiie picture of health and feel
like it, too. I can do all my own house
work, work in the garden and entertain
company and enjoy them, and can walk
as far as any ordinary woman, any day
in the week. I wish I could talk to every
suffering woman and girl, and tell them
what Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable
Compound has done for me.”—Mrs.
D ema B ethune , Sikeston, Mo.
Remember, the remedy which did thia
was Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetabla
It has helped thousands of women who
have been troubled with displacements,
inflammation, ulceration, tumors, irreg
ularities, periodic pains, backache, that
bearing down feeling, indigestion, and
nervous prostration, after all other means
have failed. Why don’t you try it 7
M W I. win
it ma in ntMM ii rvniw
our method ®
All work fully «uarnntogwl for fifteen year*.
Wise Dental Co.,inc.
filling Building, Third and W»«l-lngtan msTlSNO, OS*
sta«.a.^r«'. 1A.M. >*tr. It. s«»«*>«. • ux
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WHEN writing to advert!*«». pl«*M am-
” tloa thia papar.
CONTROL OF INJURIOUS PEAR
SLUG IS DIFFICULT PROBLEM
Always Have Something to Say.
Speak not at all. in any wise, till
you have somewhat to speak; cars
not for the reward of your speaking
but simply and with undivided mind
for the truth ot your speaking.—
1« our prlde—ottr hobhy-onr «tody for year« «nd
Bow Mfiffecm, «nd cure 1« th« b*«t painlo«« work
to *>• found nnvwhrr»», no matter how much job
W b finish plat« and
brhltr* work for out-
of town natron« lu
one day ff dralrad.
fr»-n whan plat«*« or
Vrblc«* work 1« crtlcr*
•d. Cinnllation IfM,
22k Bridge T»»lh4. CO
Enamel Fillinn 1.00
Gsnulns Mapls Sugar Scare«.
There ar« few people outside th«
Farmers and Merchants
maple sugar making dlytrlcta, says a
writer In the Country Gentleman, whs
really know what .tb« geuuln« artiel«
tastes Ilk«. Th« superior flavor tbui
1,able buy“r’ PEARSON-PAGE CO.
spoken of Is probably due In a deg re«
to the same causes that make straw
Expensive of Sprays for Eradication of Pest Which
berries eaten off th« vine and cberrlei
Common in Several States in Central
consumed on th« tree so delectable
Part of Country.
Th« writer quoted, however, puts eomi
of the blame for the poor flavor ol
commercial maple sugar on tho “wily
(By R. L WEBSTER.)
| Paris green, on« pound In ISO gal
wbolesaio dealer and mixer.**
Nearly every year cherry and plum I Ions of water, is also effective. Some
Try Vfertne Kye Hrmedy for Re«, trees in the central states suffer a quicklime, about a pound to each 50
Wr»k, W»t»r/ Kyr« »nd orenuluiefi Ky*U4* large amount of damage on account gallons of water, should be added to
M o M umm -U u «—Juil Kj* Comfort.
of the common pear slug, or cherry the spray, to prevent burning of the
slug. While the control of this Insect leaves.
boiler«, aawmilb. rte. Ths J E. Martin Ca.. 74 La*
Would Thot This Were True.
lias not been considered a very diffi
Kerosene emulsion—kerosene, two SU Portland. Send for Stock Liat and poeta
The principal authora met and form cult problem, yet it often happens
gallons; bard soap, one-half pound;
ed a union for the aake of publlablni that foliage is greatly damaged before
water, one gallon—Is good. The soap
a aet of rules of writing. As a prelim the owner is aware that any slugs are
Is dissolved by boiling In water and
Inary, they agreed that after this n< on his trees.
r»4h dove!op*d. 10e. «ny
is then churned up with the kerosene
hero would be permitted to flick th«
I^rarect and beat
The pear slug, or cherry slug, Is a until the two are emulsified into a
Ainnie wrapped a.
»hop in Uorthwcat. O m »-
ashes from his cigarette or cigar. Als< dark, almost black, slimy slug, about
plein pries lut on n«ci»aoC.
white, creamy mixture. The stock so
that no heroine shall hereafter bun twofiftbs of an inch long when full
Br-*’ résulta guarantasd.
lution is then diluted with water, while
her bead In her bands or drop bet | grown, which feeds on cherry, pear
still warm, to the required amount To
eyes to tb« floor. The full set of re and plum leaves.
obtain a ten per cent solution one
P.-I. Build'g, Seattle
strlctlons will be announced later.—
These slugs feed on the upper sides part of the stock solution, prepared as
of the leaves, eating out al! the tissue stated, should b« diluted with 6 2-3
O s U k W
CroM Ball Blue, all bln«, b»*t bluing value except the veins and the lower surface. parts of water.
th« whole world. MM th«» laurnlr«»® Melia,
GuT ohi «She
cor tn Vtpd
The Injured leaves become dry and
Whale oil soap, one pound to two
osm wuvt* to «uni
brown and fall from the trees, which gallons of water; white laundry soap
Modern Medical Doctrine«.
<'»n b* »orn »ablsrk*«
seted “too Ute *
At a conference on hospital social are sometimes left entirely bare of and Ivory soap, one ten-ounce bar to
two gallons of water, have proven ef
service In New York city one of the foliage In midsummer.
There yva^'n~t day
Trees are often killed as a result of fective. The soap is merely dissolved
speakers said that the hospital of the
Ment pofltpaid en rmeipt
.. not ««liaractorT
future must keep a record of the so
-_ __ _ —.............
> half cf wh*t tt «rocld coct
Addrea» NEW MODE HAT OO.
cial histories of all patients, just as 'ruit follows a severe attack by this still warm.
C. H. MetMBdorlfrr I'rop.
227 1-2 Washington
Porti and. On.
Hellebore, lead arsenate and parts Twenty jun in Portland.
now their medical histories ere kept
She iw«ytly To
Rhubarb and soda, said another speak
treatments. If a spraying Is neces
er, Illustrating the necessity for
“the Garden hiex-
sary while there Is fruit on the trees,
psychological remedies for patients,
"I am surprised to hear that Dub-
hellebore or some other material than
And witfi £triri£>*
had tn one case proved uaeleas as a
blelgh has broken down.” said Stubba
arsenical should be used.
cure for Indigestion until the sufferer,
Cultivation under Infested trees Is "He used to have a splendid consti
Dean r •
a grief-stricken mother, was relieved
of value, since it disturbs the cocoons tution.’’ -Yes,” said Wlggletrop«, "but
he began amending It”—Harper*«
Her fevcel tiej ! j from worry over an absent boy.
in the soil there.
The Modern Vote*.
Since the slugs spend the greater Weekly.
part of the year in the ground under
"The voice what Is cryIn’ In the wil
the trees infested in the summer it
BIRDS PECULIAR ABOUT EGGi derness this day an' time la advertis
follows that a thorough stirring of the
ing real estate—stakin’ off mansions
soil would tend to break up the co
Can Tell at Glance If Meddled Witt on earth: an’ If the vole« Is only loud
coons containing the slugs, and so ex
enough It's sure to catch the crowd.*
and Will Almost Invariably De
pose them to the elements. Berlese
sert Their Neete.
has suggested this measure against
The Pear Slug.
Mother* will find Mr*. Wln*1ow’» Boothia*
this insect in Italy. This cultivation
If you have lived In the country an. Syrup th, brat rrturdx to us* to* ib*u UiUdreu
Insect, on account of the weakened would be most effective In the fall so
know something about chickens you luring lie teethiug period.
condition of the tree.
that the cocoons might be exposed
will not need to be told that a her
Trees that have been damaged by during tho winter. Spring cultivation
The Elevating Touch.
turns over the eggs In her nest ever)
Heart Controls Life.
"Don’t you think music has a refits the slugs appear as if they had been
day while they are batching. Untl
thia aecret was discovered the incu Ing Influence?” "It must have,” re damaged by Are. The leaves turn
As the fountain from the hlddeM
plied Miss Cayenne. ’’Some of the brown, curl up and finally fall. Cherry
bator was not a success.
spring, so Issues man's life from th«
Uy what Instinct a ben, or any oth popular songs contain language that It trees, under such conditions,
secret recesses of his heart. All that
er bird, can tell whether an egg hat would be Impossible to employ In any forced to put out a new growth of
he is and does Is generated there. All
leaves, weakening the tree and re
been turned over or not It la Impos other way.”
that he will be and do will take its r!s<
ducing the crop of fruit the following
slide to say; but It Is well estab
llsbed that If a bird flnda Its nest bai
Simple Cure for Indigestion.
The slugs appear twice during the
been disturbed, especially If one ot
Crr^s Ball Blue will wash double aa marry
■When suffering from indigestion
clothes as any other blue. Don’t put your money
more of the eggs have been turned drink a cup of hot water, and at one« year, and trees should be sprayed as
toto any other.
over, that bird will most likely desert lie on the right aide. Thia will pro soon as they appear. They first make
the nest at once and never return tc mote the passage of the food from the their appearance about the middle of
Why, the Ids«!
June, and the second appearance is
It. It seetns to know that something stomach to tho Intrefln*
’Tin surprised at your giving that
about the thihi week in July.
Is wrong and that Its plans for hatch
small, hot bedroom I slept in to a
The Domeetlc Bourbon«.
Insect powder can be used against
Ing out those eggs, taught It by na
relative,” sniffed her maiden aunt, as
Borne men’s Idea of keeping abrear. these slugs by merely dusting It over
ture, have been interfered with, and
she entered the breakfast room. “Tow
It Is useless to bother about the eggr of the times Is to stay home and read the leaves.
are?" answered Mrs. Randall. "Why,
Easter Beurre Pear.
Hellebore may be used either in a
the stories in the magazines when it
«unties, we've even given that room,
Whether or not It la the sense ot rains on Sunday afternoons, and there dry or liquid form. It must be fresh would also be of value in disturbing
sight or of smell that enables ths Isn't any ball game.—Ohio State Jour* for effective use. For a dry applica- the cocoons.
bird to recognize the fact that the nal.
According to Dr. L. O. Howard, I
nest baa been disturbed Is not known
chief of the bureau of entomology at ■ DAISY FLY KILLER
But every time a boy meddles with
Washington, the slugs may be easily 1
A new electric thief catcher fo*
the eggs In a nest no matter how care-
washed off of small trees by a strong ,
fully he touches them, be should re stores consists of a button concealed
stream of water applied from a gar- *
member that he wll( probably be the
den hose under heavy pressure. When |
cause ot the mother leaving the half ed, closes and locks all the doors and
washed to the ground they are unable
rings a bell.
batched little ones to perish.
to regain their places on the leaves.
Such a measure as this would be quite
PROTECTION FOR THE SHOES ft Is not often a man succeeds tn
feasible on a small scale in cities, or
where water pressure is available.
Judgment of a Nation.
Leather Guard Keeps Motorists’ Foot living up to the impression his wife
Spraying is undoubtedly the best
A nation should be judged, If w«
gear From Being Rubbed and
remedy for the pear slug. Of the two
Worn by Pedals.
generations the first is the harder to can judge nations, not by Its wealth,
Ai-tomnbll» F-o tninranr. needrd nftrr
combat, especially on cherry trees, or its population, or its military or na
Those of us who are fortunate . Exposure to Sun. Wind* »nd Dust. Morin* Ex*
since the fruit is present on the trees val power, real or apparent, but it
Ketnrdy freely »pplied Afford* R,li*bl, Relief.
enough to own automobiles know how Nu Smsrun«-Just Ex» Comfort-Try Marine.
at about the same time that the slugs should be judged by the opportunity
hard they arc on shoe leather. This
are abundant. Consequently due care it gives men to make their lives.——
sounds paradoxical, but It Is true
Have Used Spare Time Well.
must be taken in the use of arsenical
where a man drives his car himself.
On the question of how working
poisons at that time. Arsenical poi
In using the pedals and various other people, on the whole, have spent the
sons may be used freely for the sec
foot mechanism a man's shoe gets ; idded hour or hours of freedom from
ond generation in the late summer.
badly scuffed along tho sides and on ■cork, an author says that where cyn
The pear slug is rarely destructive
tho heel. A California man has de ics prophesied more drunken idleness lion use hellebore, one pound to five
signed a shoo protector to prevent ind rowdyism, fairer observers found pounds of air-slaked lime. For a in any locality for many years at a
this. A leather flap with broad, stud i i kind of regeneration—no sudden liquid application use it one pound to time. This alternating abundance and
scarcity of the insect lx due for the
ded ends fits under the ball of the I mellennlum, but wherever sufficient a barrel of water.
Lead arsenate (prepared),
two most part to the activity of its natural
foot and comes up on both sides, a time has elapsed an extraordinary ad
pounds in 50 gallons of water, is ef edemies, the most abundant of which
narrow end crossing over the top of vance in physique and morals.
are two small egg parasites.
^ríó fHe. GAnoCN.
hand when they are small, easily
bandied and quick to learn? Slip the
halter on the colt occasionally, By
slow degrees get It accustomed to
leading up when the lead-strap is
tightened and you move.
Young Horses Should Be Taken
But don’t get in a hurry. The colt
Learn to Be Happy.
has been used to going aheal of you
All men can learn to be happy; and
so don’t expect It to follow too soon.
th« teaching of It Is easy. If you Uvs
A lump of sugar or a few oats held in
among those who dally call blessing
the hand just in front of the little
on life, Is shall not be long er« you
You often see a man kick and cuff fellow are much better trainers in
will call blessing on yours.—Master*
colt around every time it happens teaching it to lead than dragging it
by the lead strap and having some
to get in the way.
one behind it with a club or a fishing
Useless Without Understanding.
pole to “shoo” It along.
We may be In the universe as dogs same fellow with the family out help-
and cats are In our libraries. Basing
Vegetables In China.
the books and hearing the conversa colt while he can put a halter on him.
Tn China the natives preserve vege
And for the first two or three times
tion, but having no Inkling ot th«
they get the halter on they have a reg tables by coating them with salt and'
meaning of it all.—William James.
ular circus in teaching the animal to drying them in the sun. Hams are
lead and be halter-wise. It’s mighty cured by means of an alkaline earth j
Trouble Heiresses Have.
and common salt. Pickled eggs are
“We heiresses have many rivals for hard and dangerous work, too, this
preserved with a compound of com-!
cur hands.” "Yes,” replied Miss breaking in big, strong, two-year-old mon mud, salt, saltpeter and soy bear j
Cayenne, “you must feel as if the colts.
Why not take the little fellows In sauce.
pathway of life were filled with pock
the foot and buckling to the other
side. A strap also passes around the
heel and buckles to the back part of
the one side guard. Thus the automo-
billst'a shoo Is amply protected from
rough wear and be may wear much
better shoes than he would otherwise
Our Ideal of a model married man Is
care to do.
one who would rather cut out a mid
night supper than to miss working In
the garden before breakfast—Galve«
"Father,” asked eight-year-old Allcw, ton News.
returning home from school, "are you
good at punctuation?”
Not a Lover of Muelo.
"Yes,” replied the father.
"We’ve got a brand-new mahogany
"Well, tell me, please, how would piano,” said Mr. Cumroz. “Rut nobody
you punctuate, 'The wind blew a flvs in your family can play IL” “Yes,
dollar bill around the corner?’”
'.hat's the best thing about It”
"Why, daughter, I would simply pui
a period at the end of the sentence.”
For the Bride.
"I wouldn't,” said Alice mischiev
A cynic suggests a long black veil
ously, "I would make a dash after ths
as a suitable gift for a bride who will
Insist upon cooking hubby's meal« h«r-
TEACH COLT TO
COVERING AND RIDGING POTATO
An Implement for covering and ridg bottom. Front crosspiece E Is 3 feet
ing potatoes is shown In the Illustra long and rear crosspiece C la 1 foot.
tion. The runners. A, A, are of hard One man drives while another holds
wood, 6 feet long, six Inches high and rear end in place by the handle D.
I Inches thick, with iron plates on Th« ¿«vice is handy and Inexpensive
And you would like long
hair? Rich, heavy hair?
Beautiful, luxuriant hair?
That is perfectly natural, and
we are here to help you.
Ayer’s Hair V igor is a great
aid to nature in producing
just the kind of hair you de
sire. Do not be afraid to
use it. No danger of its col
oring your hair. The ingre
dients are all given on each
label, thus enabling your
doctor to wisely advise you
concerning its use. Consult
him freely. He knows.