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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (July 27, 1906)
GRESHAM and MONTA VILLA, MULTNOMAH CO., OREGON,
J. M. SHOR I, Pres.
<). W. KliNNEY, V-Prcs.
IRUIT INSPECTOR REED
H. L. St. CIAIR
TELLS Of lift BY
THE OCEAN WAVE Modem Spraying Machine
A. MEYERS. Caah’r
=THE FIRST STATE BANK=
OF GltlsllAM, OREGON
Transacts a General Banking Business, Loans Money on Good
Security, Sells Drafts and Travelers Checks.
VvnilHbh* uiiv |»hu r hi tli«' I iiii«*«l HtHt«*M f.r any «>! tIn* F«»i«'itfii'(‘«inntrifri*
llrill I etui«', < ' | n ||«*M < 'll«*« k*T,
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B iivh hip I >«*11» M<«rttfMRit,
« hii -I R'»ud Ctiwkn Writ«« Firn Inn.
KI AMINS Win YOU SIKMJUl MAVÌ A BANK ACCOUNT
It is I In« only way known to the laiaine»» world hv which you K»*rxMi.l»i(
< hkiiit w Inch will ««nuble you to l«»rr«w filini* when mich
n<* ••»»ary or ivlvuulngeou*.
Voiir tminey ill liuiik contribute« Io the gxnxrHl |>ro»|u«rity of tlx* ««immunity
by uiwkhivii imtkhmt HATKa ami muking l«etter time*.
Nine tenths nf the in *i*r** or th * wohi . ii I* carried on by iiii'iiun <4 check«,
d aha. bill* of exchange etc.
Itoinir ready to write a I'lieek at any tnnineiit, yon may make a voktinztk
i - i in iii » i while your competitor i* running around in exarch of <-i*b.
WE DON’T MEND BROKEN
But we do Shoe Horses and repair Broken Wagons,
Hacks, Buggies, Machinery or anything else in the Black
smithing line and at REDUCED PRICES.
All Work Guaranteed
JAMES H. LATHAM
an old employee of Worden on
Plank Road next to Union House
Received From New
Sea»idc, < Ire., •Inly 24, ll«»>. Toll«'
, Kditoi—1 have just awakened from a
nap taken lying on a log a lew feet from
, the water* c leg. Think of it! ulltexi
to shep by the deep, rythmical tbrwb- Farmers and Business
i lung ol the waves |u-r|**tual roar. Neer
; by arc the remain* ol a delicious <arn|>-
| lire dinnerfonly the pu|* r plate* mui a
(Hpwlal u> The It, raid.)
few empty can») while trickling <<vcr u
District <'oininimiioiier J. It. Itvid haw
1 huge half litiried log is a tiny stream of
elder, cool, *weet water '»uxlig from th. «tarti-d uprayiriK potat< e* a* an ex|»-ri-
inrnt in thia elate. Thi* I* one of tlie
I«ank a few feel away.
We are about two miles down the liiont important movement* yet under
■ Imre from Seaside and have been, in taken in thia line, ami it i* under the
our journeys, at least two mile* farther auepice* and encouragement of the Ore-
Agriculturrl College. Mr. Reid be
down towards Tillamook Head, Tlie
tide is now at it* fl<»»l al 8 p. in., and in gan this work on the ten-acre tract at
u »hoit tune we »hall wend our way Ripley near Milwaukie. Thi* will lie
followid up witii «praying similar tract*
There i* nothing »mall here, great on ¿lie farm of Charles Cleveland, at
waves of u mighty deep; great throb*of Grealiam, and al*o on a tract at Canby
! <M-«-iui'* breast, great rocks and gr.-at A new »praying machine ha* lieen re-
tree* f*tter«i| and worn by <*-ean«’» vei riliby Mr. Reid from New Y.oke
wave* and lifted high on the shore: and the tir»t that had been introduced in
I may add, great is the enjopment anil thi* elate, and tlie results may lie
Ix-nrtit of . yen a few day» *|«ent here far-reacliing in it* effect on the
i “getting next Io nature.”
Higher |*itato culture in thi* country.
thought» art atiugi■»•••I than thuseoi the
sordid earth and nobler pur|*>*e* fill eastern Htate* »praying |*>tatoe* lia*
added 25 and 50 per cent to the yield
Till* will I*- the be*t year in the his and quality of tl e cro|ai that are pro-'
tory of this place. It 1» claimed that duced. Rej»«rt* from them- exjM-riment*
there are uls.ut twelve or fifteen liun- • how remarkable reaulta in thi* line.
I drul permanent resident* in Seaside The name |Uan . of »praying ha* I «cell
and West S<-a»ide (two incorporation ailopt.il in Oregon.
Some of the row» will lie sprayedonoe,
' M'jMtrHl.il by the Necanicum River) ami
tiiere mu*t I*.- an eipial nmnlier of Hum twice and three time*, and in «ollie of
mer canijiers. Gresham is well rep the tract» pome of the row* will nut lie
resented by the number of her citizen* ■prayiil at all, *o that the contrast in
w ho annually enjoy a summer'* outing production w ill demonstrate just wliat
or »Imrt ri'«l here. The number this , there i» in »praying.
It i* net forth in report* that |*itato
y.-ar will prolmble reach fifty. All of
tlmse here at present are well and will blight, canard by insects and |«e»ts, are
bring home with them from one to killeil by thia »praying. The coni per
twenty |*>und> more “health" than they acre for »praying potatoe* will be »mail
comp»rnl to the advantage derived by
had on coming livre.
11 I. ST. CLAIR
the larmer* in increaaed yield and size
of the |M>tatoea.
" • I
111»- »praying su I «stance »lmuld be
made by taking four pound* of blue
»tone and di**olv1ng it in 25 gallon* of ]
waler; add four ;*>un«l* of lime with
water enough to »lack, and then add
25 gallon» of water. Both blue stone
and lime, when ;>re pared, should tie
placed in »<-|>i«rate barrels, then take a
third barrel ami pour in a bucket full
of the blue »tone and then a bucket
full of the lime. Thi* make* a perfect
»pray. The total cost will lie 42 cent»,
Thi* amount will spray an acre twice,
so that the cost w ill be aliout 41 per
At the Cleveland ]«otato )>atch cer
tain row* will I*- »prayed two or three
times, and some not at all, so that the
amount necessary will lie demonstrated.
SAN IRANCISCO RECEIVES
(AR Of PROVISIONS
Shipped By Citizens of Gres
ham and Vicinity
The O’Neill-James Co. of Chicago, the well-known dealers in Talking Machines, has
placed us in a position to give to every family who trades at our store, one of the
GRAND BUSY BEE DISC TALKING MACHINES ABSOLUTELY
This machine is equipped with all the latest improvements:
Mobley’s Wonderful Sound Box and Morning Glory Horn that gives a wonderful
volume of music, reproducing the human voice in all its rich, sweet tones.
In addition to giving you the Grand Busy Bee Disc Talking Machine Free, we are going
to give with additional purchases one of the Busy Bee Disc Records, far superior in sweet
ness of tone and lasting qualities than any other; and after you have used one of the old
style, you can then appreciate the superior quality of our records.
We are giving away one of the famous Grand Busy Bee Disc Talking Machines Free
with $50.00 in coupons, and one of the Grand Busy Bee 7 inch disc records with each
additional $5.00 in coupons. Call in and see this wonderful machaine and hear some
We ask you to call and inspect our complete line of goods, and assure you full value
for every dollar spent at our store.
BE SURE AND ASK FOR COUPONS
CALL AND SEE US AND HEAR SOME OF THESE RECORDS
PRICE 7-INCH RECORDS, 35c; 10-INCH RECORDS,
HARLOW, BLASER & HARLOW
Long distance telephon o
General Depot of the Quartermaster's
Department, S*n Franci«co, Cal., July
Mr. Is'wis Shattuck, Mayor, Gresh
am, Oregon,—:—1 have the honor to
advise you of the arrival of C. F. X.
car No. 10581 containing provisions and
clothing contributed for tlie relief of the
i destitute citizen« of San Francisco, and
1 that the same have been transferred to '
the committee for distribution. Very
C. A. DEVOL,
Major and Qrartertnaster, V. S. Army '
Dejiot bunrtei inaster.
Mectinq of the Board of Trade.
Tlie Board of Trade met at the broom J
factory last Tuesday night at the usual
hour, a good number being present, C. I
I.. Evan* in the chair. All bills were
(mid that were incurred by the recent
rally, the expense of w hich was about
$110. A committee was appointed to j
push the question of Montavilla’s secur- ,
’ ing electric |*>wer and light, and also oil
A committee was appointed to l<«.k 1
J after,the extension of the O. R. A N.I
siding in Montavilla, and the establish
ment of a de|*>t. Tlie indignities re- I
eeiveil by the citizens of Montavilla in
the |M«st,fri>m tluit company have deap-
ly incensed them. On the 4th of July
the company refuseil to stop, their I
lical train nt this
pointing nearly 100 people w ho wanted
to go to Fairview and up river |ioints to 1
celebrate, besides breaking promises j
heretofore made to tlie Board of Trade. '
MOMAVItLA S( HOOl «STRICT
TURNED OVTR TO DISTRICT NO’ I
Last Year Corps Of Teachers
and Janitor Retained At
a Higher Salary
heretofore. This was all done by the
Montavilla directors «object to the ap
proval of district No. 1 which will, of
course, ratify the action of the board
In I1W5 the school graduated a class
of thirty-nine which was addressed l>y
(iovernor Chamberlain. The l!O8 class
of twenty-four was addressed by Hon.
W. C. Hawley,congressman elect.
1 luring the ;aist two years the kindliest
feeling» ami most harmonious and con
certer! action ha* prevailed lietween the
Isjard, the «uperintendent, the teacher*
and the patrons of the district. The
loyalty of the tax-|>ayer* ami patror.a
to the school ha* been very nursed und
*s responsible foj the pronoum-»-! «uc-
cess of the school. Directors H. B. Dick
inson, chairman; W. L. ih^kner, G. E.
Johnson, and Albert Ehler», clerk, are
the retiring schoollsiard upon whom
lia» reste«I great responsibility, and who
liave proven themselves loyal to tlie
trust given to them.
Since annexation Montavilla'« pupils
have the right to attend the Fortlaml
High School free of charge. The teach
ers of the.Montavilla school will doubt
less receive a raise in »alary to <‘or-
respoini with that received by tlie
teachers of the city.
The Montavilla m -4 i <*>I district formal
ly turned over the pro|*-rty ami effect*
of tlie district to school district No. 1
last Wedneadey. The Inventory show*
the value of desks, furniture, piano,
appliances, etc., to I*- $3500, 100 cor<l*
of wism L $-325; value of ground* and
building», $22,500; cash, $1405.11 ; caah
in county treasury due di»ti let, not re
ceived by clerk, $148.*3, makings total
insurance on tlie buildingsand fixtures
During the j>a»t two years the district
lia» |aud, lieHide* the interest on their
il’debUsJne«*, $1000 in lUUt, atxi $3IZS>
tliis year leaving a l«lance of indebted
ness against the district of $85<X) which
was assumed by district No. 1. The
(iropertv valuation of the district is
abuut $435,UDO. The entire corp« of.
teachers, and janitor were engaged for
the coming year at an advance in salary
of $10 per month for *U|ierintendent
ami $5 per month for nrli of the nine
Mr. ami Mrs. A. C. Rickert of Powell
teacher«, and $»fi additional for the
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gust
janitor, and hired the janitor for twelve
months in the year in place of ten as I air»« >n last Tues«lay.
FOR SALE-Grocery and Feed Store
In good location Ten miles from Portland doing good
business. Must sell on account of sickness.
OOCfin Will Take Part Real
^LuUU Estate In Exchange
Apply at Herald Office.
MUSIC CHARMS THE SAVAGE
But the jingle of the money you will save trading at
either of our stores
FOX EXAMPLE No. 1
1 sack best Flour
1 Can Royal Baking Powder 16oz.
8 bars Star Soap
1 Gal Tea Garden Drips
lib. pkgs Washihg Powder
1 can Bakers Cocoa
25 ct Bottle Catsup
25 ct Box of Crackers
3 pkgs Riverside Starch
1 Plug Star Tobbacco
I Pound best Tea Liptons
By 3 doz Eggs
5 rolls Butter Dairy
NO T'E THE OIFFER EN r STORK
THE DIFFERENT STORE
1 sack Best Flour
Royal Baking Powder 45 to
6 Bars Star Soap
1 gal. Tea garden drips
Pckg. Washing Powder
3 lb. box
3 of Starch
The Old Man’s Tobbacco
By 3 doz. Eggs
5 Rolls Butter
Chin Music never built up a business its a fact uncot-
rodicted that FOX pays more for produce than any other
store and if you are in need of cash we pay that freely
watch our examples in the Herald.
TROUTDALE and FAIRVIEW