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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 25, 1907)
BEAVER STATE HERALD, JANUARY
The Farm Journal
savs: “ Are you entering the year with a lot of last year’s
debts? Begin now to keep a cash account.”
THERE IS NO BETTER W AY for a farmer to ki*«*p • ea»h account than
to open an account with a »afe, well-managed tank.
By turning »11 In» rweipt« in to the Imnk ant paving hi» »tore bill» ami
making In» purcha»ea by chwk, hi» bank bark tell» t ie »lory.
It be ha« laat year'» debt« to pay there t» no better wav to obliterate them
than to comment1 depo»'liiig in a bank with i firm l.’ler nm it ion to mike the
balance grow, an I he will lie »urprtaed t > «ee how mu h he can accomplish ami
and hww fast them- debt» will he wiped out.
On the «»me principle the voting man will »»on timl that he hi »utficieiit
stored mt to pivcba-e a home and at the <a tie time ba» v«t»b|i»lied a credit
at the Iwnk that will enible him to make improvement« at once which other-
wire «111*1 wait perhap« for year».
No Charge i- mad.* bv us for collecting cheek» when left with 11« on df-
no« it and »Oil can then |»av all vmtr »tore lull» ind make all your ................ «
with .1 ehe. k of vour ow 11, which will be returned to you, AN IN DISl’l' I'ABl.l
We pay FOUR PER CENT, for specified TIME DEPOT1TS.
J. M. SHORT, Pres.
G. W. KENNEY, V-Pres.
A. MEYERS. Cash'r
The First State Bank
OF GRESHAM. OREGON
Tra: s xcts a General Banking Business. Loans X-mey on Good
Security, Sells Drafts and Travelers Checks.
Available anv place in the United States or any of the Foreign Countries
Bella Real E«tate, O.whe« t'hei-k«. Sell» Ste.«m«liip and R.iilwai Ticket»,
Buy» and Sell» Mortgage«, N >tiw an I Roa I Cheek». Write» Fire lit».
but she will not spend $50,000 unless
she Is a fool.
She wan gowned to kill. There was
no doubt about that. She wore a green
feather nearly as long as her arm, aud
the greenbacks fairly slioue over the
rest of her costume. Iler hair was
peroxided; her gait was tninciug and
•kippy. She came in waving her arms
at her »Ides, sticking lier fingers out
and wriggling her body after the man
ner of overdressed, tightly laced no
men bent on making an impression
They always make it She frisked up
to the counter of the book room of a
great department store auil said in the
feminine artificial society squeak: •’Ob,
Miss Sales, is ’Trial by Marriage’ out
yet? I’m just dying to read it.” ’ It’»
out today.” answered Miss Sales, with
a face all the more serious because she
could hardly keep from laughing.
••Well." said Madam Mouey-and-noth-
fng-else, “Just send it down to me at the
Ten Dollar a Day hotel. We're stay
ing there. We haveu't opened our
bouse on Millionaire place because
»vc're going abroad, you know. It Is
so stupid on this side, you know. Sun
day on this side is the worst day of all
—so perfectly dead and dull. I'm al-
bored to death on Sunday. Be
sure to send “Trial by Marriage’ be
fore Sunday. I want something amus
ing." Then she turned, with her giddy,
pfrly-girly air, and skipped out. wear
ing the manner of one who thinks she
Ims made an impression. After her de
parture the youug woman clerk releas
ed the laugh that bad been held in
leash. The book Madam Money really
meant was that very serious and revo- ’
iutiouary volume, ’The Family."
Madam evidently thought it was a hu
Iuitely It was announced tlint 3» wo
men stood in line an hour to get nilmlt
ted to the courtroom where the trial
was on of one of the most atrocious
murder cases on record even for the
terrible year of lfMM. Such morbid
curiosity is a sure sign of either an en
tirely empty or actually diseased mind.
A normal civilized soul, whether that
of man or woman, shrink« from tales
of murder and horror and Wood. A
right minded. refined, gentle woman
would have got as far away ns site
could from even the echoes of that ter
rible murder trial The morbid craving
of present day American women for
the horrible, the scandalous nud the
unclean is oue of the most lamentable
phases of our alleged civilization.
Here are some of the editorial topics
treated In the Peking Woman's Jour
nal. the daily Chinese paper edited by
a Chinese woman: ''Evils of Obtaining
Evidence by Torture." "Evils of Opium
Taking.” “Proof That the World Is
Pound and That It Moves,” “Love of
The spectacular ant violent methods
adopted by the band of Eng’hh ’ suf
fragettes," as the women suffragists
are called, has been much condemned,
yet the result of It will probably tie
that the women of Great Britain in a
lump will get the ballot long before
those of the "free" United States. The
British say the ballot seekers have
made such a ’crying nuisance" of
themselves that the easiest way to get
rid of them will be to let them have
the vote. Just so. Then, too. many of
the ablest, most famor.s men In Great
Britain, amo- g them George Meredith.
Israel Zangwid and Bernard Shaw
have come out In newspaper letters de
fending and upholdli g the suffragettes
and eating attention to the ridiculous
attitude In which the government find»
Judg> Swartg of Norristown. I’a., ba*
given the de-ision that a wife has no
right to lnvtte even her own mother to
visit her If her hit band objects. Wo
man, you pair, pusillanimous creature
go way back and »It down. Judge
Swartz must have motber-lu-law-pbo-
Much newspaper comment has been
aroused by the confession of a young
■oclety woman in New York that she
spends $50,b00 a year on dress. The
•tntemeut has given occasion to the
question. How much should a woman
The south has a candidate for the
•pend a year on dress? Well. as much
as she pleases If she can pay for It next presidency of the General Fodera
tton of Women's Clubs. She Is Miss
Shoes! Shoes!! Shoes!!!
Direct from the Factory I
Four strong lines to draw from I
when people were satisfied with any kind of
blacksmithing. IT IS NOT SO NOW.
We are in a position to meet the demand. Our
work is our best recommendation. Remember,
All Work Done Promptly and Quickly
S. S. Logan,
Cull on <>r w ritr
J. I. Hill KIN.
: Union House •
Ths burglar’» trade 1» growing bad
TUI» year la quite the worst
To nearly every pises hs goes
The trusts hav. been there first
ROOMS AKO BOARO
• COMMERCIAL TRADE SOLICITED I
l.ouls Helming Prop.
Troutdale, Ori •
• Mun Sirnnt
W. I’. GREER,
Steam Wood Saw
WILL MAKE TRIP To ANY
CA1.ITY FOR 30 CURDS.
A Hejturc Io lie Lo»t.
Sotm* time ago It was reftorted that
Mr. Itiwkefellvr was I ,st Although ths
ntvmla*rw of hi« family illilti t exiilliit
tiny special cum ern or put a want ad.
Ill the paper« "l.o»t One multlmllllot»
ulre. finder please return and recelvn
reward," yet «everal of the special cor
respondents did not think they were not
doing their duty to ««a lety unless they
threw n couple of eonnlptlon fits
Till* uverage Ullin could think of noth
ing more delightful than tsdng lost
with Mr. Ilockefeller’s roll, nml Its
wouldn't take any particular ¡tains to
re|u>rt t ie case to the police until ho
bail mode It look tlilnner than ths
neighbors hail seen It looking for «outs
When the man who Is lost can buy
the first town that lie collies to. so that
be may nt oik ’ s fwl ut hotue. the aver
age mau will not wants u>t*cb sympathy
The Herald is better prepared
than ever to do your job printing
in first-class style at low rates.
FOX & CO.
WE PAY the Higest Market Price for Butter and Eggs.
W. F. Geer loaded ten cars with baled
i . i . t i. i - w k
Lou a B
ft. <’. The
f<* ¡i-r.it o’l
FIRST - CLASS HARNESS SHOP
Jas. H. Latham,
From A. Fox and has arranged to open up in connection
• year. Good Winter I’aat-
S urttk'e. Shelter.
and Assortment of
Th« Shot Mé chant
It’s “ up to you
they’re from Missouri, so come in
and buy before the lines are broken.
SPECIALTY OF HORSESHOEING
I OR HORSIIS AND CAI II I!
Your Little Child can Trade as Safely as you.
\Ve Crive no Due Bills, We Pay Cash.
£ Where I shall be prepared to do any and all kinds of ♦
I HARNESS REPAIRING, CARRIAGE TRIMMING, J
E Etc., also first-class HORSESHOEING and GENERAL J
S S Log in, who was imgroving, lias
'liken a n l.ip»e a. d 1» now confined to
Mrs Hoover of Portland 1» visiting
her daughter Mrs. Fiauk Cummins
Jack Munsey received a telegram say -
ing that Ins father hid Isen killed at
Ladysmith B. C.
Andrew Imtourell an t family are at
Ralph Neibaur of Pleasant Home
was in Troutdale on business recently.
Herron, the |s>tato buyer, wa« here
Saturday looking after his frozen spud
in Harlow'» warehouse. The loss is
Jolin williams has gone to California
to v isit his mother.
Dr. W.C. Bdt, who m >ve I into new
quarters soiiietimi ag •, now baa greatly
improved offices ami equipment, lie
Grant BI ihw ' s little son has been quite
recently purchased a modern operating sick (or several day».
table and expects to install au X Ray
Mrs Frank Jarvis has returned from
machine in the near future.
a few days stay in Portland.
B. W. Emery, the tiresham livery
Mr». C. C. Vaughn was a Fairview
stable man, was ill Troutdale this week.
the latter part of last week.
Mose Widener of Gresham, sml Harry
B. Doe of the Hazelwood Cream Co.,
C C. Wilma and wife of Portland,
were doing business in this vicinity visited his fiarvnt», R W. Wilcox and
family l»at week.
Our harness man C. L. Golt han ie
Mrs. William T.-gart made a short vis
turning out some splendid work. He it iu Pertland the first of the week.
also lias a good smith employed in the
J T. Stillion is building a new plank
fence between hi» ami G. <>. Dolph*»
Hotel Helming, Fox'», Harlow's,
Berxton’s ami other water pipes were
ladlv frozen during the late cold «nap.
The water-back in H. 11. Walkin'» house
I urated, causing the stove to blow-up.
About a ton of ice which bad gathered
on the bottom of the big tank of the
Uhion Meat Co., suddenly dropped
when the thaw came, and came very .
near demolishing the house and barely
iniweil the pump» under it.
Judge Har.ow spent the week at Sea
side. He expects to »]>end the coming
montii at Spokane, and will probably
leave for that place next Sunday.
Mrs. Grant Shipley of New York is
visiting her sister, Mrs. la>u. Harlow.
Hamson Allen ami wife, ami John
Clarke <>f Portland, «pent Sunday with'
Mr and Mrs. F. E. Ilarlow.
Mrs. John Larson, Mrs. Susie Limins,
Mrs. A. Fox ami Mrs. F. E. Harlow at
tended the banquet and party given by ;
the Portland woman'» club on the 17th.
About 150 tables were tilled, the meet- |
ing living a grand suecess. The pro
ceeds from which will lie loaned lode-:
serving young women who are striving
| to educate themselves.
The Pac’fieCoast Construction Co. are
piepanng to dig a new tunnell at Cor- -
liett for the O. R. A N. That being the i
only way the company can avoid the ten ,
per cent curve encountered in the old .
tunnell at that place.
B. R. McColl and hie sister Mrs. W. |
J. A. Dunbar ami wife have returned
lotheir li< in. at Firlaml, altera few
j day» visit with relative» lieiv.
W. II O s I hiiii of Moiitavilla wa»a re-
I cent visitor here.
Work on the new grist mill, which
Mr». Clark h»» la*en confined to her
Inid tu Is* » ii «| s tidi-d during the cold tion>e for »everal day» with rheuiuatisiu
wciither, is again rvauiiied ami is pro i but 1» around again.
R«iy Anderson now s|a*ml» the dav
C C. Vaughn ha« p.istixl hi» tiling with hi» parent» here ami is oiupluyeil
notice» for 5Ulk) inches of waler in the as night operator at Trouhiale dejait.
edge of town on wlmt is known ■■ the
Alderman Vaughn of Portland, was a
Bowmivi spring, which 1» the finest
-pting water to la- found Hill where. Fairview visitor the liisl of the week
Iln» will lie un assured water system for
Mrs Su-ie Hunter lia> returned from
the town and people heartily indorse visiting relative» ut Lotuuiell Falls
Mr. X anglin’» effort» to supply the town
Mr«. Anna Swank, Win Weslpell and
with gi«»l waler.
Mr». Clink were recent Portland visitois.
William Townsend nml wife have
Mr Joshua I edbury hnn Just pur
moved in to the Cuuplaml house near
chased the two acres of th» S A John
Sandy roa<|, East of town, where thei farm on the south aide of the ttandi
will reside until G A. Couplaml's tei iii road and 20 acre» on the north aide,
of rent on their own house, near there, which he Intend» for hl» future honi<*
expires in March.
A pleasant ¡arty was had al the
Mr» Fred Cole of Portlund was a re home of Mlsa Susie Hunter on Tue*
dav evening. It being h«*r fiftei-nth
cent visitor «4 relative» tiers.
birthday annlver -ir.
Wullaee John ami wife have returned played, after which lunch wh » served
to Clatskanie where they will reside,
*ud the guesta departed tor their
George Dolph ot Portland visited hi» many home» wishing their ho»t-
many return» of the evening.
parents here on Bunday.
C. Belt went to Portlami Monday.
While in the metropolis Mr. McColl
Ixmght the fixtures ami stock of drugs
for Troutdale’s new drugstore, which
he expects toopen as soon ax the necet-
-ary arrangements can lie made.
A. Fox is suffering from a bruised
shoulder cau«<«l by a fall on the store
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D. F. Buxton has a numlier of Chin
ese clearing land for him
A Dollar Saved Is as Good as
! ■ The time was . . .
Isaac Buxton, ut C.i-tle Rock Oregon,
b»» returned home »iter visiting In»
lather, D. F. Buxton.
Mr». A J. Rider, o( Heppner, 1» visit- (
ing tier p'lreiit», Mr. and Mr», la-kox
Andrew Latonrell'» house and contents
burned on the night of the 17th.
Swift laid oft hi.« men on account of i
nut having oil (or fuel to run the builvr»
Willie Pelton was a Portland visitor
I.. Gothman h i» l>een confined to hi»
home for »everal day» with la griiqw. ,
Professor J. F. Patterson and Mis»
Elsie Lithrup were Portland visitor»
Hermon Blaster Im» loaded »everal
car» of hay and rlup|H«l toSeatlla Wash.
Blaser A Duno have purchased the
Biker building and will reiutalel it and
rent it for a dtug store.
Bue'ah Griffeth, who i» at the lioapita! I
L. E. GOTHAM, Prop.
T’o po: 'u-lm of r h "! <t in.
«o 'tli has never ye! I id n
prc« d nt, though * im- of
clubwomen of th • country
"Arc yon one of them now thofters?”
Prices that Tell.
10 pounds, 25c
5-gal. Can, $1.10
K C Baking Powder,
Gate Baking Powder
Stump Powder, 50 pounds, box,
to every cus
tomer. We are
back of our
stake our repu
tation of 15 I
years of con
Mr«. Theodore Roosevelt is the moth
er < f grown ili ldren, yet lie t.iki i n
dally I ir-ob.iik ride of from twenty
to twenty five mllca. Brave nml Inspir
ing exampl«* for women who slump as
they approach middle age.
Mrs. Rachel Foster Avery, lately
homo from Europe, says the women
over th re are far more alive and en
thusiastic tlriu the American women
In all matters pertaining to the ad
vancement of tlie.r sex. Verily the last
shall be first.
Every Day is Market Day with us.