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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 7, 1906)
||»M AfUmi tbvxihatn Aweiubly, “A4
One Dollar will
!*Time waits for no man.” is h * ii in »ml
Friday •■«ch immih.
an old and trite saying which Henry XtowMt. M a .: C. a . Nuttey,
ttec y. All ArUMin Welwtua.
¡everyone well knows, but the
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' importance of which few realise.
f . , iiiwl* •* Hie m» «uni and fourth
There are persons who shrink at O?TI7
W«*ln«‘mlay of each mouth. TheotHcvr*
the thought of falsehood but al arv: N'ont Dur mil, N. G.: Mia. Jtaieph
most every day of their lives staiih-v, V.G.: Mr*. II. E. Davi», »uv-
rclary: Calla Kviiiivv, trvaauivr; Mr«.
carelessly fail to meet engage Ruth Holwrte. D. I’(
ments at the proper time. They
Clover Camp No. 315, Grvek-
are horrifi«*d at the thought of W. 0. W. am,
nwl» in Regtwi'e ilall on
2*1 ami 4th Momlaya at H p. in. 1>. I*'.
frUay at Gre»ha«. Orta"*, by HEAVER STATE
HUSHING theft but every day steal time
TallaA, C. C.; K. L. Thorp, Clerk. Via-
from others, without a pang of itiug Wooliocn Welcome.
COMPANY. Meatavilte Olli« SIS Villa Ave.
TIMOTHY BROWNHILL. - Kdl tor «nt! Mnnnir«r
conscience, by keeping them
Srasha» Lodgi No. 125,1. 0. 0. F„
Per Year SI uu I© a.ivatu-«; I«» torviga vouniriea.
Three waiting for a few moments.
Month«* trial sHihacription» are a<wpt«>l from new ,*ul.m*ribera for S .'Jft.
Meet* rvmjr Naiiirday night in <Md Feb
Thus this same habit, for it is Iowa*
RKMITTANCKS «lumld be »« nt by Kxpreea or
Money Onler. RegUtensI Lrller of
Emil Palm«|iii»t, N. G.; D.
Check. Stamp* xiv’ptvsl up to 2Scvnu.
nothing more or less than a hab M. Roberta, Swrelnrv. Eimanijonviil
IHSCONTIN'T AXCKS In (WTrrvner tn the wUh of the majority of «»nr «uhM'riher* the
t* sent until all arrearage ia paid and an order to dtM*m>ttnuv in received. It you wUh your
invela l»l and 3rd Wedneadaya <n rack
paper «topped at the end of the year, »late that fort a hen you semi tn yodr »ubavriplhm ami it, which has caused in the ar
mollili. AU viaiting brother* cordially
your respn **t will l»e heeded.
rangements of the classes in this invited to attend.
CHANGE OF A1WKK8& In ordering change of address give old as well aa new addrcM.
t'ORRKSFONHKNTS are wanted in every roinmunitk
it no correspondence appear»
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school, that well known clause
your iteighburhstod, v«»u are respectfully requ«,*l»d lo semi u« a* many bawl item* a* vou van.
AhVt.KTlslNG KATKM ©re reasonable and will be promptly «ent Upon appHcation.
JOB PRINTING is our specialty. *c are well equipped iodo the beat work at current prices.
Send 25c in Stamps tor Three Months’ Trial Subscription.
DR. IT. II. OTT,
It is an annoyance to your in
Entered a« «eco nd-eia»« multerai the jm * l other al Greahani. Oregon.
structors as well as yourself to
come in just a few minutes after
AN ACCIDENTAL OMISSION.
E I) ITO RIA I
In the stress of business on
publication day, made even more It is this same habit, also, which
LET BYGONES BE BYGONES.
strenuous last week because of actuates President Gatch’s an
The election is over. The
Thanksgiving day. we acciden nual lecture on "missing trains.” C. H. ATWOOD, M. D.
expected has happened, some tally omitted the names of can If the records could be examined
Hooxropathic Physkise and Surgeon
have been defeated, all couldn’t didates Merrill and Emery, who it would doubtless be found that
Calls Att.adH la Day «r Night
see alike, it should not be supposed I I were nominated on the taxpayers the students who are late to
Ofllr» Fhnas. Main SO.
they would. Just because a man ticket for councilmen of Gres
K.a Phou*. Malu M l
their trains. —College Barometer,
one considers his friend did not
uals presuming that we were as 0. A. C.
vote for him however should
dishonest, evil minded, one sided,
not influence the candidate again and as devoid of manly principle The postal authorities, are
st him. The rights of suffrage as themselves immediatley com apparently determined todeprive
J. G. McElroy,
should be considered even above menced to spread the news that the newspapers of the County
friendship, for a man’s warmest "There was a nigger in the wood of the right of admission to the PHYSICIAN *M‘ SURGEOJ
friend might be directly opposite pile. Done for a purpose” ect. mails as second class matter.
Calla Promptly aiteadcU ta.
to him in political belief and Mistakes and accidents do happen
Giving as a reason therefor
Onice at Sandy Hotel.
practice. It must be remembered even in a newspaper office, and that the annual postal deficit is
that ma iy friends and even bro honest, sensible people realize caused largely by the carrying of
thers of the South were divided, this. We are glad to say that newspapers as second class
some wearing the blue, the others both B. W. Emery, and Charles matter. The fact that the rail
W. C. BELT. M. D.
the grey, each honest in his Merrill are of the latter class, roads of the County are yearly
PHYSICIAN AHO SUftCCON
convictions of right and wrong, understand the situation, and being paid several times more
and fighting accordingly. So it have acted accordingly.
money by Uncle Sam for carry
C all » P hohhtiv Ans<tttntt>
was in Greeham, so it has been
ing his mail, than is charged
in many Towns and Cities of
private concerns for the same T routdale .
LEARN TO SAY "NO.”
Oregon this week. Friends, yes
weight in baggage or express is
Learn to say “No,” quietly,
even father and son, and bro
not taken into consideration,
thers, have been divided as to kindly, but firmly. The boy neither is the free distribution
who should be elected to office. often takes his first drink, cigar, of government seeds and books.
We hope however, now that cigarette, because of his dislike
the heat of battle isover, friends to say no. Many girls have been
Our old friend editor Ireland,
will meet as friends, and brothers ruined because of the same defi of the Sherman County Observer,
as brothers should, each has done ciency in their makeup. It is
his people some sound
what he considered right, and easy to yield to temptation, and ’9
some people are very easily advice as to the necessity for
best for the interests of the Town,
action on their part
J he majority have prevailed, and tempted. The only safe plan is i immediate
in a demand upon the railroad
his is as it should be. If it to form a habit, of thinking good company for coal, very few *«D nion acific
doesn’t suit you, swallow your thoughts, reading good books, families says Mr. Ireland have
3 TRAINS TO I Ht TASI DAILY
disappointment, show a bright keeping good company, and prac sufficient fuel for the winter and
th rough Pullman standard* and lo nr I«
face and resolve to work in har
pin« car* daily Io Omaha, Chicago. Spo
present appearances would in •Irr
kane; tonriM sleeping rar daily lo K bi »« m »
mony with the powers that be will not be so hard to withstand dicate suffering in the very near Chy
Reclining < haircar» (weals free) lo lb«
for the good of the people, and temptation and to say “No,” so future. We
firmly that it will not be mis
by taking a CHICAGO PORTLAND 9 m A M & All P M
’IAL fur (ho hast
■ equally important
at times to good four or six-horse team and HI'Ef
learn to say “Yes,” quickly and
Some one has suggested that gladly. Learn to decide on all as we used to do. Sherman
For Eaatvrn Washington, Wall» Wall*,
the voters of Gresham take a questions of morality promptly, county never experienced a short islou.Coeur d’AL-nr and Gréai Northern point»
vote upon the question as to and rightly and you will not age of fuel until she had a rail ATLANTIC F.XI'KPXH 5 15 I’ M 7 13 A M
N.» ih» E*«l vta.llunl-
whether or not the business hesitate in an emergency.
r. m .
B J5 A. M.
houses of thetow’n should remain
CAL, forali lovai point«
closed on Sundays and other pre
Our people haven’t sense Portland.
From all over the Pacific coast
scribed times according to law, comes the cry for cars, and fuel. enough to make a success of
before the new council takes its
and FOR AMTOFiA and M •<> 1* M
So far neither the demand for Government ownership
potniiG coiner ting
seat, and let the majority rule. cars or the plea for coal, has operation of railroads say our jray
with ateam^r f«»r flwa-
o and North Beavh, Munday.
We would respectfully ask if been heard by those whose duty railroad operators of today. It i ateamtr
!<«•*»lo, A«h*»t Maturday
this question has not already been t it is to furnish cars, and t. a ¡s- might pay to import a few of dock (water per )
7 no A M. A T) F M
decided by a higher power than portation for fuel. The rail New Zealand’s government em run FOR
City and Yamhill,
Biv«*r point«, Ash-at.
a majority of the voters of Gres roads, who by the way were ployees. or is it possible they dix
’k (water per.)
ham? This is one side of the largely built by public gifts of couldn’t make it go either?
Fnr l.«wl*ton. Idaho, and way point* from
question that has been decided, land and money, appear to forget
They appear, however to have Klimrl*,
[, »0 klparu S 40 A. M nt upon arrival
No. 4, dally rxi ept H*ltird*y.
is still decided, and still is a law, that they are the servants of the made quite a success in their own train
Arrive Klp*rl* 4 K «„dally except Friday.
that can be, and should be, imme people, but rather act as though country, at least New Zealand is
Ticket Office, Tl i •<! and Waahingtofi,
diatley enforced. It is not a they own the people. The expe not complaining of business be Telephone Main 712. (’. W. Stringer,
question of whether it is going rience of the past few weeks ing ruined, and people suffering City Ticket Agent. Win. McMurray,
to hurt the business interests of however will esuse the dear from cold, because of the lack of Geu’l Pmaenger Agt.
the town, either singly or collect people, the underlings, menials, transportation.
ively. the question is, is there* the common herd, to teach these
tt N._ Of Trains
such a law for our guidance? If upstarts, these who have profited
A M P M
there is .enforce it; just as much, by an over confiding public, that
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and just ai quick, as you would the time is fa3t approaching when
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against the man that breaks into an accounting will be demanded
A, No » No. » No. 7
No. H No. » So. 4 I V.
your house, trespasses on your and they will be shorn of their (too. Dic.xel waa in Portland Tu<-»daY S I» »I»]*« 15 rollìi»
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ground, insults your family, or power,
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Mr. ami Mr*. R. P. Ragemueei-n went
breaks the law in any other way,
6 40 7 » • » *’
to Portland Ttm»lay. Mr«. Raiwniiieeen
7 W • 5 at
The President’s annual mess remained in the city for ineiliial treat
let us have no pet«, if a business
7 Ort SIC
man of Gresham breaks the law age is looked for with more than ment.
of the county, he is breaking passing interest by both saint Mr. |jt»»n<-r lia« «limit completed »
the law of the state and of the and sinner. The former for the fine new barn on the Char. Smith farm.
Your butter would sell better
town and should suffer accord good things suggested, the latter Mr«. Sarah Kinclad wan the guent of
marketed in printed wrappers.
because of the Presidents stand
against graft of all kinds. The
of Corporations, the Mia« Bertha Henry went to Portland
One of the greatest legal bat
Saturday to attend institute the first of
Watches and Jewelry
tles of the age, has doubtless Panama Canal, Postal deficits, the week.
— REPAIRING A HPRCIALTY -
just begun in St Louis, Mo.
Mesdumee Myrtle Reed ami Clara
All Work Guaranteed.
For R perla I Bargains in Watches, Be«
- against the Standard Oil Co. Its great importance will doubtless Smith »¡>ent Wednesday in the city.
progress will be watched by be discussed in his usual blunt, C. J. Littlej age, F. C. Reed and Fred
Mb'dtx are putting in new telephone
Fred D. Flora,
every loyal citizen and it is to be but effective way.
lines thia week.
hoped that the tentacles of this,
WATCHMAKER and JEWELER
“In all cases pay what is due Ia*onard Leader is shipping cord wood
mighty octopus will be broken
191 Morrison St.,
from you, taxes where taxes are to Walla Walla.
loose, and the people freed from due, rates where rates are due,
PORTLAND, - - OREGON
its greed and dishonorable respect where respect is due,
We print butter papers cheap
Near Pap’s Reetanrant.
and honour where honour is due. ” at The Herald office.
Al you Io eye gla««rS to »pre-
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Your eyre hltrd at lioni«. Write for
free imoklel de«crtbing our metl» al.
Remember, the ghiite« wr fti you
to are worth (11.30 any where on
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rylug Pullman’« Ulcsl »tandard «ice-
trip llghlc«t sleeping rar», chair car«,
ami up tu data dining ears.
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124 Third HL, • Portland, Or».
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