Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914, February 12, 1914, Image 4

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Entered a« Second Class Mail Matter at Lento, Oregon. August 3ft, Itoli
Published Every Thursday at Lento, Ore., by th« Mr. So>rr PtJausHttm C o .
H. A. DARNALL, Knrron
Office Phone: Home 1111.
and
M axaou .
Residence Tabor 2*13
dr«d Ctrl« were thrust out ot th«ir habi­
A ’Tiano” For 310
tations but were not thrown upon the
Deftoeiit:
balunce on easy pay­
world tor ths rva«nu that the good
ments.
Let
your “Christmas
p«opl«> ot the community provided
oth«rwi«e. Many organlitions «ent present” be a permanent one.
word they would a«sist in earing for th« I Let us prove to you a saving of
girls. Women repreeenting Christian $25 to $100 on any piano you wish
organizations went two by two to the
house« talkmg with the girls, offering to buy. Dur system of selling
th«n> homes w ere they can be looked insures satisfaction. Free tuning
after uutil th«y can obtain employment, and inspection for one year. We
or to aid them in returning to their offer you a good piano for $195
our bom««. So i lias come to l>« that (others would charge you $»MD.
th« Chriatian religion means strong
womanhood
sheltering her
weak 1 Special offer for this week: First
sisters, pure womanhood illumining th« class player piano for $455
dark place«, and In th« words of Jeaus, (regular price$600). No sensa­
“Go and Siu no Mur«.'* making the tional (circus) advertising; we
crooked place« straight.
are out of the “high-rent dis­
Plan—Then Act
Many people plan their wltole lives
4°
to have a bank account and then leave this
world without so much as a start at one.
Planning is not worth anything un­
less followed by action and good intentions
OT often will our publication mands. how to break up slavery,
never land you anywhere.
day fall on February 12th. and there were not a few who
wanted
to
drop
the
war
and
con
­
Thus will this day become doub­
Make your plans to start an account
ly important All over the land cede the ambitions of the south.
with this bank right now and back up your
trict”: no “buncomb piano
Now that is all over, and we
today the people are honoring
checks” nor “trading stamps.”
plans with action and the rest will come
At The Churches
the memory of one of America’s are able to view it at a distance,
We positively give you ^more
easy. It is a stepping stone to prosperity
greatest. It has not taken the and with an understanding we I
value at a less price than is possi­
EVANQELBCAL CHURCH
full fifty years to get the full are fairly able to grasp the Preaching 11 A. M. by Rev. R. D. ble to obtain elsewhere. Send us
and it is up to you, so why not begin today.
measure of Lincoln and yet his
the
names
of
three
or
more
StreyMer, of N. Yakima Wu. Rmvpt-
position in history is constantly measure of genius that he must ion of new members at the clone of this friends or neighbors who miirht
a developing one. If you ever | have possessed to overcome the service. At 7:» P. M Preaching and be interested in a piano.*pla_ver
stood at the rear of a train you opposition which seemed to rise Revival service* by Paator Evangelist. piano or Victrola. and we will
Struffeler. Our special meeting» are
have observed how the roadside up on all sides, and direct the growing in interent and attendance.
send you and them a beautiful
objects seemed to fly past you national difficulties to a safe Everybody is invited to come and hear monthly art calendar fori 1914.
UNITED STATES POSTAL DEPOSITORY
and gradually sank away to in­ solution.
the heart searching ami soul-stirring A visit will be of mutual advant­
—
sermons of our beloved brother.
Lents Sta., Portland, Oregon
significance. The personality of
age.
We will be pleased to
P CONKl.IN. Pastor.
a great man or the significance
demonstrate the “Christmas
TOURING the past week we
of a decisive event are distinctly ” have been informed of cer­
player” action, which can be
similar and yet
decided I y
Baptist
Orarcli
easily
installed in any piano/and
tain complaints from some good
different Theymayfade
Bible Scliool, 9:4A A. M. Morning makesany piano a “playor piano”
church people who evidently un­ worship, 11:00 A. M. Sermon theme:
into the past but their
Our
derstand very little about the ; “Adoniran Judson, or Ambition and I or anybody a pianist.
prominence seems to grow
“
auto
”
is
at
your
service,
Open
expense incidenPto the conduct Genius on the Alter.” Young people'«
relative to their surroundings.
Soule Bros. Piano
of a publishing business, and meeting. 0:30 P. M Evening worship, evenings.
Imagine an object constantly re­
Company.
.M8
Morrison street.
Sermon
theme:
“
Getting
who have objected to paying for •7:30 P M.
ceding into the distance yet as
the lieet of the Devil.” Elmo Height» near Tenth.—Adv.
advertising notices where there Sunday School, 2:30 P M. We invite
constantly expanding in geomet-1
NOTICK Toi'RKDtTORH
was a financial advantage antici­ you jo these service«.
I d th, matter nt the K*l«le ot Hrnry K.
rical ratio to its recession. Thus
pated. The Herald furnishes
I. M. Natooa, pastor Pea m . DeeetMd.
do the heroes of history grow, church notices free and is more
NOTICK IN HKBKBY GIVEN that the under
sign**«) ha* been appointed administrator <>(
and thus has Lincoln grown in than pleased to promote all
i
the Estate nt Henry K. Pease. Decraaed. by the
M. B. CHURCH
the popular estimate of the
Court of the State ot Oregon for Mult
Cement, Brick, Lime, Wall and Land Plaster
legitimate social organizations as Presching II A. M. Subject. Finding, Circuit
nomah County, and has qua II Bed a» such ad
American people and the world.
a part of its public duty. The Abvertising and Sharing, in the reward. ministrator All persons havivg cloims
Antecedent to his election to |
individual who connects him­ Services at Bennett Chapel 3 P. M. Evan­ against «aid « state are hereby notified to pre
the presidency. Lincoln was held self with any organization does gelistic service« in the evening.. Subject: tent the same to me at 311 Corbett Building,
Portland. Oregon, with proper vouchers and
in little less than contempt by so with expectation of securing “Why doe« the Lord present tlie ungod­ duly verified within sis months from the date
ly to torture. Afflict, Gods people.” At hereof
I Block Ea*t of Main St. on Foster R.>r>l
Phones Tabor 1«HH ; Home 3112
his political
contemporaries.
a personal benefit. To a certain both these aevicre the Quartett and Dated and Brat published January U. 19H
His frontier manner, his well degree all such relations supply Choir will sing Go to church some-.
I. L. PEASK. Administrator.
Kollock «A Zollinger. Attorneys. SIS Corbett
known lack of formal training,
where
and
help
make
Lente
the
tieat
part
social advantages and some
Building
his personal appearance and
the City. It is not dollar» or location
Date of last publication Febroan 11. !•!l
pleasure and it would be selfish of
that make« a city, but a moral church
pecuniary limitations were al’,
A Winter Couch
to consider that such values
held to his discredit Up to the should be secured utterly at going and intellected manhood, industry A stubborn, annoying, depressing
sobriety that insures prosperity.
time of his election nothing of
ON
W. Boyd Moore Pastor. I cough hanga on, racks the body,
someone’s else cost. Hence it is
weakens the lung«, and often leads to
account had been published con­
reasonable to require that at
serious results. The first dose of Dr.
cerning him. When in the Re­ least a portion of the expense of
King’s New Discovery gives relief.
♦1
JW
pays
for
th«
Herald
one
year
and
publican convention of 1856 at
giving publicity should be borne three tine aluminum sauce | pans— Henry D. Sanders, of Cavendish, Vt.,
Pittsburg, he was mentioned as
OF THE
worth *3.00. Call or write us your 5 was threatened with consumption,
by the benefactor.
a candidate for nomination he
after having pneumonia. He writes:
order.
The
Herald.
Believing this to be the just
“Dr. King's New Discovery ought to be
did not even believe in his own
view we shall continue to pub­
in every family; it is certainly the l«st
growing popularity.
At the
medicine for coughs, colds or lung
lish as much news as we can
Chicago convention there was
<«ood for children’s coughs.
Vf/ SUNSIT \_
about churches and other social Hew to Make Photographer'« Paste. trouble.''
This formula for making photogra­ Money back if not sati«fi«l Price Me.
loCUlNaSHASUl
little doubt in the minds of
I nouTts I
organizations, free, and to make pher's paste will be found very satis and 11.00. At all Druggists.
Seward or Stanton or Chase as to
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tec»«
A
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a small charge on all notices factory:
who would be the nominee for
One cupful flour, one des«ert.«poonful
I
where a profit is expected.
President and it was not Lin­
alum, half a cupful water Mix thl«
$100 Reward, $100
to a smooth paste, add two and a half
Th«. . r»*a l**r.í of thi.* paper
wt’1
b«
coln. When the election was
nnff
—I to li.rn th it tn r- i* at l
We have been notified by his cupfuls more water and let come to a pleas
i - y t.
t.iît • r. r
* l.aa bWB
over there was still little doubt
i' drrad <t dt
able to cur-i in all I > « . . a. and taut la
The F.kpoeiItoti Line- IQ19
honor. Mr. M. A. Miller cf the boil. After It is boiled heat in 5 cents’ CMarrh.
?<■»»’» • i rr Û ’ « I » * ’i** only
in the minds of either of these
worth of formaldehyde and a ' ■
positiv.- cu- • r >-v ! .
>
Lio medical
U. S. Treasury. Internal Reve­ drops of oil of cinnamon
* n m utituflonal
fraternity. C ' rr.i L
men as to who would have the
And now is th«- time to
California; to live outdoors
dlaeaue. r-- ;t;ir > fi < . ’ r. j »n I treat«
nue Department located in Port­
’i < -r•> ii t i on in*
I ment. !!n i's ' :
responsibility of maintaining the
an<l enjoy the sunshine. flowers and summer «port« ft
c»!y
th j blood
tern.illy. a tint C
land and at the U. S. custom How to Make Perspiration Powder ! and
1« a trip you cannot afford to mim.
m-icous «u.-fa < i < t ' “
t ' t •I' -m. there«
dignity of the office. Seward
_ _ . ,
, t o 1«:: ’
»
f » • ■!! i-
house, to file our income tax Mix French chalk, linking soda, pow­ by deatroylnv
dered
alum
and
orri«
root
in
equal
pro
•
nn«1
K
t
o
piti
nt
atrenfth
by
assumed to tell him outright that
ease nn-1
vl
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...
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statement. Who does he take us portions and dust the body after a both building up t’ * roiu’li utlon and a .«ialini;
natur«In -Gl ig I'« work. T! •» pr .prli-tors
he would accept the responsibili­
THREE FINE TRAINS DAILY
for anyway? This is no daily. but not the face. The soda counter have «o m’i' h filth In Its curative pow­
ty of seeing that things went
ers that f. y o~' r On» Hun-lr-d Dollars
acts
the
acidity
noticeable
In
ex<-e««|v>
He has found The Oregonian.
for nny ess« that It f II« to cure. S.-nd
including Khaeta Limited the train of modem service
right. Stanton did not try to
perspiration.
for list r f testimonials.
Ad lr-«s F 1 < linN:. V -1 CO . Toledo, Oblo.
The Telegram and Journal, (not
with all «t»-el up-to-the-minute equipment.
Bold by all Dmeirtsts. Ve.
conceal his contempt for the
The California and San f'rancl»co Ex pre** Train«
to mention the Daily News) re­ It is no wonder that hog cholera Tske Itali'« Family nil« tor constipation.
man who had been chosen to
spreads when the germs of the disease
with
Standard. Tourist and Chair Cara and dining
sponsive. and assumes that all may lie carried on the boot« of the
Umbrellas
repaired,
knives
direct national affairs, and re­
aervice
that will plea»*.
editors are filthy with funds. farmer who visits his nelghltor's sick
peatedly offered advice that was
ground
and
scissors
sharpened,
where
the
dis
herd
to
his
own
pen.
Not us. and we do not appreciate
Call on nearest S. P. Agent and let him outline a trip, quote farea
uninvited and would have prov­
ease baa not appeared until this intro keys fitted and pictures framed,
the humilation.
and furnish Outing literature on California's famous resorts.
duction of the germs. Dogs and bird«
en highly damaging had it been
are also thought to l>e carriera of this very reasonable at
accepted. Lincoln is credited
most fatal of swine diseases
John M. Scott, General Passenger Agent, Portland, Ore.
with being “the most advised
The Novelty Shop
and worst advised of all our
Opposite Poet Office on Foster Road
Feel Miserable?
presidents,’’ and that is due Do not forget the Chapman lecture, Out of sorts, depressed, pain in back
mostly to the failure of the Thursday, February 19, 1914, at the —Electric Bitters renews vour health
public men of his time to under- ' Friend's church at 3 o’clock.
and strength. A guaranteed Liver and
The next meeting of the Mt. Scott Kidney remedy. Money back if not 1
stnad him.
To the youth of today who Union will be held on February 24th at satisfied It completely cured Robert
the Baptist chU'cL. A program will be Madsen, of West Burlington, Iowa, who!
studies the current publications, rendered and refreshments served. It suffered from virulent liver trouble for
it seems as tho the limit of ridi­ is a Red Letter day and every mem tier eight months. After four doctors gave
cule and sarcasm was reached is expected to come and bring a guest. him up, he took Electric Bitters and is
Widely scattered, have been built by
weekly in the dispatches and The American Poultry Journal has now a well man. Get a bottle to-day; :
cartoons relating to public something good from tbe pen of Helen it will do the same for you. Keep in
the
Portland Railway, Light & Power
Where Located
' T. Woods: “There isn't an individual the house for all liver and kidney com- '
officials and political affairs. anywhere but could have at least an plaint». Perfectly sale and dependable.
Company for the purpose of pro­
Portland (2)
When reading the life of Lincoln , hour out of the twenty-four to devote Its results will surprise you. Me and '
viding
they do not realize that about I to though and study and self improve­ »1.00
Oregon City
H E iscMsn I Cs. HMMttpki« »r It. last«
the only thing said about him in ment, and if he really made a business
Silverton
public was in the nature of ridi­ of it he would hardly recognize himself
; in the course of three-hundred and
Why
pay
17
lor
a
rocker
you
can
buy
I
cule and accusation. The lead­ sixty-five days.” “Hardly recognize
Cazadero
ing papers of his official time himself" 1« good. Our own Lucia F. for *-5 at Kenworthy A Co.. I>-nts I
Estacada
were extremely bitter. Horace A'lditon telle us the twenty-four hours
Horrible Blotches of Eczema
Greely led in a personal assault, ' of the day was intended by God to be
Bull Run
Harper’s Weekly ridiculed him divided by three: eight hours for sleep, Quickly cured by Or. Hobson’s Ec- [
to its patrons. Through high tension
hours (or work, and eight Hours zema Ointment, C. P Cadwell, of
Boring
for story telling and cartooned ' eight
for recreation. No doubt she would New Orleans, La., states: “My doctor
transmission lines, each of these gen­
his campaigns as so many say “try it” to the proposition of Mrs. advised me to try ‘Dr. Hobson's Ec-I
St Johns
erating plants are inter-communica­
theatricals; Leslie’s pictured him Wood that one hour each day be de­ zema Salve.’ I used three boxes />( [
tive, so that the service is insured
Salem
as a dreamer and murderer, and voted to study. Suppose we do try it. Ointment and three cakes ot Dr. Hob- i
Punch represented him as a But we must be honest about it and son’s DermaZerna Soap. To-dav I
against unforeseen interruptions.
make it serious study. We may be have not a spot anywhere on my body
blundering blockhead. He was sure,
how-ver, that, our neighbors will and can sav I am cured.” It will do
besieged daily by delegation know us if we do not recognize our­ the same for you. Its soothing, heal­
after delegation who came to tell selves.
ing, antis« f lic action will rid you of all
him how to conduct the war, Tbe Kenyon Red* Light bill has be- skin humors, blackheads, pimples,'
who to appoint tn commands, come a law and Washington, D. C.. the Eczema blotches, red unsightly sores, '
Broadway and Alder Streets
city of the United States ha« and leaves vonr skin clean and healthy, i
how to finance the war, how to capital
PHONES: Marshall 5100; Home A-6131
wiped out tbe restricted district, the Get a Ixix to-day. Guaranteed. All
manage the campaigns,
who \ evil «pot which existed since the found­ Druggists, Me. or by mail.
should be relieved of their com- ing of the city. By this law three hun-
Helflr Cteatcn Cs HMMskMns A If Ltas
N
Interest
Paid on
Tim
deposits
The Multnomah State Bank
Hay, Feed and Grain
Washed Gravel, Sand
mckinley
& bundy
“Safety' First" Our Motto
SHASTA ROUTE TRAINS
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NOTES OF THE W. C. T. U.
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