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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 12, 1914)
FOR THE HOUSE IN WINTER r YOUR CHILD IS CROSS,
"John, didn't I tall you that If you
name bom« tipsy another night I'd go
Those Who Prefer Blooms to FollaflS
home to my mother?"
•4 all klwla wantwl. Writ« fw aw*
Should Cultivate the Primula
‘‘Then why have you come homa In
The window-gardener who wlahea
"Didn't you shay (hlc) you'd go
homo t* your mosher?"—- Boston Tran blooms rather than foliage during the
winter, abould grow Primula Ob
Pearson-Page Co. ’’SEtAS0
Free to Our Hraders
Thia plant when well established
Write Miirloa Fy, Krmmly Co., f'blreso, for
B«m»ht. ar,ld sm I •>»h«n«-l, .natnaa. Mlm.
In a seven-inch pot, will have dozens
Mwmllla. air. Xarxl f,>, block l.lat ar»l I'rleaa.
THK J. K. MAKI IN CO., M l«lK. I'uribuM. Or.
about Your Kya Trouble and they will adrlae of stalks or clusters of blooms about
•« Io the Proper Application of the Murine the size of a nickel, and they last
Kya Re med lea in Your H per I al Cane. Your
CADM WANTm Wa «mranta. b..r- llrusslal will tell you that Murine Mallorca a long time.
More Kya., Mlreu(thena Weak «yen. Doean't
The plant begins to bloom when
Smart, Moothra Kya Pain, and cello for iOc.
very small and blooms all winter.
r«u wlah u> «oil. aatwl arrurata. rtmiulata daarrlu. Try it In Your Kyea and In lluby'a Kyeo fur
U m .
ST. < HAMI.KH IJINH to.
The colors vary through the many
IM Marrlaaa Ml. Hl. I hatlaa llalal. I'artlaaM. Or. •oaly Kyellda and Granulation.
shades of pink, lilac, and peach-bloa-
'1 Imre are 438 Iron mlneu In the Uni
Mololt 11(1 1 KM.
•ocn to almost white, and with its
Hand rmr natna ami mldraaa on a l-ualal ami wa ted States, employing 65,170 persons,
*111 forward you hr ralurn mall our naw plan of and coatin« for operation and develop lemon-yellow eye sets off the very
aolllna truck, of all rat>a> lllaa without any Initial ment 174,017,830.
delicate beauty of the flower.
»•»»•nt. Iwt th« truck, »ar fur fhamaalraa.
It is a hardy, self-reliant plant,
AtriOMollll.l. MAI KH IMO IlWHIlING
The busy tree la all right In his way well able to bold Its own, and le sel
r. O. Ito. KMX. Portland. Or.
—but one should keep out of bls way. dom troubled with Insects or dlseaaa.
If the apis appears, spray with to
bacco-infusion throughout the foliage.
This plant may be raised from seed,
or a large plant may be divided, al
lowing a crown to each plant
Bee that Its soli is light, and rich,
and friable, and the drainage perfect
Guaranteed True to Name.
This plant cannot stand wet sour
trKf 1 c1-
r <’FFKB-To Induce you to teat out V eada we make the foliowin» offer:
sol), or to have water poured Into its
Pirk out not to o.cawl I llama In th. Iial below »u. »• will mall them to you fur to. luat
eiumsli to pay Um pankin» ami malUn« eipenM.
If care is not taken In this regard,
the flowers will blast and the plant
Car i ota
• r Our N.w Illustrated CalaJo» le free to ell ’MS
Twice or three times a month ap
ply some good liquid fertilizer while
GILL BROS. SEED CO., R. F. D. No. 1, Portland, Or.
the plant blooms.
lie euro to mention thia paper.
Remove the fading flowers and do
not allow the plant to mature seeds.
and Dairy Produce
" oregongrown seeds "
Ths Upper Cruet.
Mrs. French Vanderbilt, at a lunch
eon In llarborvlew, her Newport villa,
said of the nouveau« riches of Got
"These people form, undoubtedly, a
very splendid and ornate society, but Leaves Kidneys io Weakened Condition
It Is a social upper cruet based exclu
sively, as it were, on the financial
Doctors In all parts of the country
have been kept busy with the epidemic
of grip which has visited so many
Kangaroos on their native heath . homes. The symptoms ot grip this
have been known to jump 70 feet
year are often very distressing and
leave the system in a run down con
dition, particularly the kidneys which
seem to suffer most, as slmost every
victim complains of lame back and
urinary troubles which should not be
neglected, as these danger signals of-
| ten lead to dangerous kidney troubles.
I Druggists report a largo sale on Dr.
^timer's Swamp Hoot which so many
say soon heals and strengthens
Quickly Yielded To Lydia E. people
the kidneys after an attack of grip.
Swamp-Root la a great kidney, liver
and bladder remedy, aud. being an
herbal compound, has a gentle healing
effect on the kidneys, which la almost
Baltimore, M<L - "1 am more than I Immediately noticed In most cases by
glad to tell what Lydia E. I’inkhRn's those who try it. Dr. Kilmer & Co..
Vegetable Com- Binghamton, N. Y., offer to send a
rund did for me. sample size bottle of Swamp-Root, on
suffered dreadful receipt of ten cents, to every sufferer
pains and was very who requests it A trial will convince
irregular. I became any one who may be In need of it
alarmed anil sent for Regular size bottles 50 cts. and 31.00.
For sale at all druggists. Be sure to
Lydia E. Pinkham's
mention this paper.
pound. 1 took it reg
V m Roman Eye tialaam for »raidIng arn-
ularly until I was aation
In ryca and luflammallou of
without a cramp or eyelids. Adv.
pain and felt like
Guadaloupo is growing a new kind
another person, and
it has now been six months since 1 took of coffee, Introduced from the Congo
country. This is known ns “coffee
any medicine at all. I hope my little
, robusta," and it was discovered In
note will assist you in helping other wo 18S8.
men. I now fee) perfectly well and in
the best of health. ” — Mrs. A ugust
W. K onuner , 1682 Hollins Street, Bal
Polly (to big sister's admirer)—
Guess what father said about you last
Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable Com
Adolphus—Ob, I couldn't guess,
pound, made from native roots and weally.
herbs, contains no narcotic or harmful
Polly—I'll give you a peach if you
drugs, and to-day holds the record of can guess.
being the most successful remedy for
Adolphus (flustered)—Oh. Polly, I
female ills we know of, and thousands haven't an idea In the world.
Polly—Urr-you was listening.—Syd
of voluntary testimonials on file in the
Pinkham laboratory at Lynn, Maas., ney Bulletin.
seem to prove this fact.
ARE YOU CONSTIPATED?
For thirty years it has been the stand
Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills have
ard remedy for female ills, and has re proved
their worth for “ft years. Teet them
stored the heal th of thousands of women Sou reel t now. Bend for sample to 37'J Pearl
who have been troubled with such ail l>, New York. Adv.
ments as displacements, inflammation,
ulceration, tumors, irregularities, etc.
"Go to the ant, thou sluggard," said
If you want a pedal advice the sage.
Write to Lydia E. Pinkham Med
“Not as long ns I have anything to
icine Co^ (confidential) Lynn, take to my uncle," sneered the fool.
Peculiar After Effects
of Grip This Year
Maas. Your letter will bo opened,
road and answered by a woman
and held in strict confidence.
Scutari, in Albnnln, Is to have a new
bank with a capital of 31,000,000.
Tackle Catarrh Now
Be Free All Winter
Avoid Colds, Stall Pneumonia, Keep Your Mose
Clear and Your Throat Free.
Don’t Walt Till You’re AH Bunged Up.
Tf you will gr> Into any first class store
•nd get • bottle of 8. 8. 8. you are on
the way to getting rid of Catarrh. Hut
aon't let anyone work off that old trick
of something “Just as good."
fl. B. 8. Is taken Into the blood just as
naturally aa the most nourishing food. It
spreads Its Influence over every organ In
the body, comes through all the veins and
arteries, enables all mucous surfaces to
exchange Inflammatory acids and other
Irritating substances for arterial elements
that effectually cleanse the system and
thus put an end to all catarrhal pollution,
fl. 8. 8. cleans out the stomach of mucous
accumulations, enables only pure, blood-
making materials to enter the Intestines,
combines with these food elements to
enter the circulation, and In leas than an
hour le at work throughout the body In
tbs process of purification.
The medicinal components of B. 8. 8.
Mg rsiadvely just aa eaaeutlal to well-
Use S. S. S. Now.
balanced health as the nutritive proper,
ties of the grains, meata sugars, and fata
of foods. Any local Irritating Influence
In the blood Is rejected by the tissue cells
and eliminated by reason of the stimula
ting Influence of 8. 8. 8.,
You will soon realise Its wonderful In
fluence by the absence of headache, a de
cided clearing of the air passages, is
steadily Improved nasal condition, and a
sense of bodily relief that proves how
completely catarrh often Infests the en
You will find H. 8. 8. on sale at all drug
stores. It 1» a remarkable remedy for
any and all blood affections, such as
ecsema, rash, lupus, tetter, psoriasis,
bolls, and all other diseased conditions of
For special advice on any
blood disease write to The Swift Speclflo
Co., «02 Hwlft Bldg, Atlanta, Ga.
Do not trifle with subetltutes. Imita
tions or any of the horde of “Just AB
good" Counterfoils of 8. B. &
Bale» far Ona •» Twa ft w rnr tn
usok Mother! If tongue le coated,
cleanse little bowels with "Cali
fornia Syrup of Figs."
fl JR «2.« Md I2.SS P ot Day Wit* Private
d from trains ant boat«, ot take a Itef
¡h Street. European pian. IfiO outak
mpwet. Hot and cold running’ water
rooma. I,anre Parlor off Main Lobby.
Mothera can rest easy after giving
'California Syrup of Figs,” because in
i few hours all the clogged-up waste,
tour bile and fermenting food gently
notes out of the bowels, and you have
i well, playful child again.
Sick children needn't be coaxed to
ake thia harmless "fruit laxative."
rilllions of mothers keep it bandy be
muse ?hey know Ita action on the
■tomach, liver and bowels is prompt
Ask your druggist for a 50-cent bot-
le of “California Syrup of Flga,"
vblch contalrs directions for babies,
■blldren of all ages and tor grown-upa.
Only Anothsr Marvel.
A Hartford surgeon is able to pro-
luce local anaesthesia or lnsensitive-
tess to pain in any part of the human
Kxly, merely by pressing momentarily
>n certain nerves in the mouth or
hroat with a probe, a pencil or any
natrument that comes handy. Hla re-
■orded experiments appear to be no
ess conclusive than amazing, and
houghtful people regard these intrl-
I ate and mysterious physical bodies
ti which we U*e and move and have
>ur being. They are so Incredibly
narvelous that we have not begun to
mderstand them, and they surprise
is with new capacities every day.
| It Is estimated that the body of an
idult Is composed of 26 trillion cells,
■ach of which appears to have a cer-
aln Intelligence and freedom of de-
’elopment. They may be about as
HANGER FOR WASH BASIN. elf-sufficlent and Independent of their
telgbbors, as a man is In the com-
It there’s a wash basin In your nunlty where he resides. Yet at death
kitchen the chances are you are com hese myriad cells break up; the world
pelled to look for it every time you ■ail no further use for them in that
want to use IL That Is the way It orm. The molecules which compose
usually Is! Why not fix things so hem enter Into other combinations or
that the basin Is kept right along eparate Into their constituent atoms. I
Well has It been enjoined that man
side the sink?
houid know himself. If this vehicle
Get a length of heavy wire—ordV or brief use, this vestment of a day
>r of a few years at the most, is so
nflnltely complex and astounding,
vhat must we think of the conscious-
less which Inhabits It, the pilgrim of
■ternlty who builds it for his tern-
»orary occupancy, abides his destined
A Freiburg physician reported in his
■ our and goes bls Way.—Rochester
practice alone seven persons whose
eyes were permanently injured by
gazing at the sun during the progress
Mot hot» will fl o'! Mr». Winslows Southing of an eclipse.
•yrup the b>-»t remedy tn use tut thslx chUrixea
* and presenting the most
desirable varieties for the
text of tverything
Market or rióme
men and Beekeep
Portland Seed Co.
France has one automobile for every
500 people, one cycle for every 13 and
one motorcycle, for every 1382. Be
tween 1910 and 1911 there was tha
enormous increase of 300,000 cycles.
luring ihs lea thing period.
Cancer yearly kills 25,000 persons la
New York city has 82,015 regular
the United States.
Jur Population 1 Per Cent Criminal? municipal employes.
It la yet too soon to note just what
he new treatment of criminals has
iroduced or will produce. That it will
essen crime is problematical. That
Holds Basin in Place.
t will have a beneficial effect on
Along with dyspepsia comes nervousness, sleeplessness and gen
irimlnals la more than likely. There
eral ill health. Why? Because a disordered stomach does Dot permit
nary bale wire will do—and bend it s no doubt that it pleases the qulck-
to be assimilated and carried to the blood. On the other hand,
tn the shape shown in the drawing. , ined sympathies of humanity.
the blood ia charged with poisons which come from this disordered
The basin rests In that hook all the
It has been stated on good authority
digestion. In turn, the nerves are not fed on good, red blood and we
hat a country-wide census, if It could
see those symptoms of nervous breakdown. It is not head work that
does it, but poor stomach work. W ith poor thin blood the body ia not
>e made, would show that criminals
protected against the attack of germa of grip—bronchitis—consump
«institute less than one per cent of
Boston Brown Bread.
tion. Fortify the body now with
Mix and sift together one cup of rye
meal, one cup of granulated cornmeal, isserta that it costs more to apprehend
:onvict and incarcerate thia group
three-fourths teaspoonful of soda, one han it does to educate the other 99
teaaponful of salt, one cup of graham >er cent who are good citizens.
flour; add three-fourths cup of mo That so costly a machinery should
an alterative extract from native medicinal plants» prescribed in both liquid
lasses and two cups of sour milk and lave been operated In so antiquated
and tablet form by Dr. R. V. Pierce, over 40 years ago.
More than 40 years of experience has proven its superior worth as an in-
stir until well mixed, turn Into • well i method for so long does not speak
▼irortitinr stomach tonic and blood purifier. It invigorates and regulates
buttered mold and steam three and veil for our economy. Perhaps it has
the itomach. liver and bowels, and through them the whole syatem. It can
now also be had in sugar-coated tablet form of most dealers in medicine.
one-half hours. The mold should not >een so costly because it has been so
If not, send 60 cents in one-cenC stamps for trial box to Dr. Pierce’s Invalids*
be more than three-fourths full, the intlquated.—Richard Barry in the
Hotel and Surgical Institute, Buffalo, N.Y.
cover should be battered on the Inside Century.
“All is WeD That Ends WeB”
Golden Medical Discovery
•nd then tied down with string. For
steaming place mold on a trivet in ket
Putnam Fadeless Dyes color
tle containing boiling water up around nore g'^ds than others.
mold, cover closely and steam, adding
Mellsn on Bankruptcy.
rs needed more boiling water. A melon
Charles S. Mellen, at a dinner In
mold or one-pound baking powder box
makes the most attractive loaves, but Soston, said of a bankrupt:
"His bankruptcy was like that
a five-pound lard pail answers the pur-
vhich the parent described.
“’Pa. what’s bankruptcy?1 a little
toy once asked.
Oyster Soup s Is Creole.
"And pa, who had been 'bit* that
For a quart of oysters you will need reek, answered bitterly:
about a cupful of fried bread crumbs. | " ‘Bankruptcy, my son, is where you
Drain the oysters and add the juice to >ut your money In your hip pocket
a pint of clear water. Now put a piece tnd let your creditors take your wal-
of butter the size of two walnuts In a et and coat' ”—Knoxville Journal and
saucepan. Add a tablespoonful of flour Tribune.
and stir till It browns, without burn
ing. Take it from the Ore and season
Fifty-seven years of continuous serv
It with pepper, cayenne and a dash of es as a weaver is the remarkable
salt Add the liquid from the oysters *ecord of a woman employed In a
and the water, mix thoroughly and al :otton mill in Saco, Me.
low the mixture to simmer for half an
hour. Just before serving add the
The heart of a standing man beats
fried bread crumbs and a little chopped 11 times a minute, of a sitting one 71
parsley, tf available.
;lmes. When the man is lying down
ts beats are reduced to 66 a minute.
Fried Eggs With Apples.
Pare and core three medium sweet
Constipation causes and aggravates
apples, then cut In six slices, season flany serious diseases. It is thoroughly
all over with one-half teaspoon salt •ured by Dr. Pierce’s Pleasant Pellets.
and two saltspoons pepper. Thorough The favorite family laxative.
ly heat one and a half tablespoons
melted butter In a large frying pan,
"The Boob tells me that he has
add apples, one beside another, and , :ured himself of insomnia,” remarked
fry for two minutes on each side. he Wise Guy.
Carefully crack 11 fresh eggs over ap
“How did he do It?” asked the Old
ples. season evenly with one-half tea fogey.
spoon salt and two saltspoons pepper,
"He got a job as a night watchman,"
fry for a minute on range; place in •eplied the Wise Guy.—-Cincinnati En-
oven for six minutes, remorve, care luirer.
fully glide on a hot dish and serve.
There are floating "movlea" In the
Lima Beans With Fine Herbs.
Boil one pint of shelled lima beans
In one quart of boiling water with one 10 CENT “CASCARET3"
FOR LIVER AND BOWELS
teaapoonful salt 25 minutes. Drain on
sieve, then place In a saucepan with
one ounce good batter. Season with I Sure Sick Headache, Constipation,
Biliousness, Sour Stomach, Bad
one-half teaaponful salt and two salt
Finely chop to
gether two branches parsley, one
No odds how bad your liver, stom-
branch chervil, ten branches chives
or bowels; bow much your head
and six tarragon leaves. Add this
mixture to beans, toes well In pan and iches, how miserable you’ are from
cook five minutes, frequently tossing | constipation, indigestion, biliousness
meanwhile. 8erve In vegetable dish. ¡ ind sluggish bowels—you always get
relief with Cascarete. They imme-
I llately cleanse and regulate the stom-
Select fine smooth potatoes; cut off ich, remove the sour, fermenting food
the end of each and scrape out the in md foul gaaee; take the excess bile
Mix this with chopped ham. Tom the liver and carry off the con-
onion and parsley, and a tablespoon of ' itlpated waste matter and poison
butter. Season with salt, pepper and ¡rom the intestines and bowels. A
lemon juice. Fill the potato with the 10-cent box from your druggist will
mixture; let bake In moderate ovaa teep your liver and bowels clean;
until tender; serve hot
itomach sweet and bead clear for
souths. They work while you Bleep.
China proper has less than 0.4 mile TAKES OFF DANDRUFF,
HAIR STOPS FALLING
of open railway to every 100 square
miles of territory, and, estimating the
population at 327,000,000, there is 0.13 Sava your Hairl Get a 25-cent bottle
mile of line to every 10,000 inhabitants.
of Danderlne right now—Also
•tops itching scalp.
•re quickly relieved by Sloan’s
Liniment. Lay it on—no rub
bing. Try it
“ I ■praised m, ankle and d.located
my hip by falling out of a third »tory
window. Went on crutcbe» for four
month«. Then I atarted to u»e your
Liniment, accordin» to direction«. I
amt «ay it is helpin» me wonderfully.
We will never be without Sloan'« Lini-
Thin, brittle, colorless and scraggy
hair is mute evidence of a neglected
scalp; of dandruff—that awful scurt.
There is nothing so destructive te
the hair as dandruff. It robs the hair
of its lustre, its strength and its very
life; eventually producing a feveriah-
ness and itching of the scalp, which
if not remedied causes the hair roots
to shrink, loosen and die—then tha
hair falls out fast A little Danderina
tonight—now—any rime—will surely
save your hair.
Get a 25-cent bottle of Knowlton’s
Danderlne from any drug store. You
surely can have beautiful hair and
lots of it If you will just try a llttla
Danderlne. Save your hair! Try it!
Real estate untaxed and owned by
religious and charitable bodies In I’hl>>
adelphia is valued at 3230,000,000.
Colon, Panama, has arranged to
have a taxicab service.
Splndid for Speahu.
**T fell and «prained my arm a week
a»o and waa in terrible pain. I could
not uar my band or arm until I applied
your Liniment. I «hall never be with-
Fine for Stiffaeaa,
"Sloan'« Liniment baa done more
■nod than anythin» I have ever tried
for «tiff joint». 1 »ot my hand hurt «o
badly that I had to «top work rifht In
the bu«ie»t time of the year. I thought
at flnt that I would have to have my
hand taken off, but I »ot a bottle ot
Sloxn'« Liniment and cured my baud."
—F Uto. ffikMul«., Marri. .tio.
At an Dwlera. «Sc,
SOc. and S1.00
Send for Sloan'«
book on horaea,
cattle, bo»« and
P. N. U.
Dt Bun i SIOANX
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