Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914, May 17, 1907, Image 1

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    Some People Say :
"MAN WANIS CHILE • 1
MURI: BELOW."
Don't you la-lieve it. lie wants
all lie can gel l'«r the money, ami
you know it. That's llu- ranaoii
why w,- make a »|»cinlt) of
Qukk Sales and Small Prodis
school which will meat at 10 a. m., the Sunday after an absence of five months.
Ilarry just recently return«!, via Forest
program as arrang«l is aa follows :
Morning Service, 11 a. m. I. Organ Grove, from an extended trip in the
voluntary. 2 Hymn 2tiU, "Holy, Holy, mountains.
Grange Tea will be served at the
Holy." 3. Reading Psalm M, by Rev.
D. Wolfe. 4. "Tlie Lord is in Ili» holy home of Mr. and Mrs. A. Ituegg on Fri­
Gentlemen Union High School Proposal
temple." 6. Prayer, Rev. John Flynri. day afternoon, May 24
H Hymn 2f«2, **<) day of rest ami glad- are cordially invited to come and tiring
Considered and Large
neas.** 7. Scripture |«««w>ii, I Cor. 13, aa many tallies aa possible
Committee Named.
Rev. J. II. Wood, H. A nth«*in by the
You are cordially invitol to attend Hie
choir. W. ‘Marami by Rev. John H. G. A. K. entertainment, consoling of a
At a high wbo,I rally held in Grange
Colman. D. D. 10. Hymn 233, “How , lecture, by D. J. Hiynew, Patriotic in­
Urin a foundation." ll, B«* in‘diction.
(tructor, «i»l recitation«, by Oreaba« ' hall, Gresham, last Saturday afternoon,
If y um x'twl pupila, at Orange Hall, Oreaba«, I the first step, were taken toward mak­
Afternoon service, 3:S0.
■<NW, "ComaTbou Almigfily King." 2. I Friday, May, 17, at S o'clock »harp ing the present district high school at
Holy Communion, Rev. Il F. Rowland, The entertainment ia free, ami eveiyone Gresham a union district highschool.
: The law providing for thia was passed
3,1 is invited, especially the children.
D D , Presiding Elder 3 llynin 2M,
''Guilin me, O Thou Great Jehovah.'
Rev. Miles Pittr returned <« Tuewlay, : by the last legislature and goes into ef­
4. Her inoli, Rev. John Flynn, ft. Indi *■ ­ from the Free Methodist annual confer­ fect on May 26th. It provides that two
catory aervice, Dr. B F. Rowland. 8. ence, held at ‘ shland, having Is en re- lor more contiguous districts may unite
for the purpasie of maintaining a high
Doxology. 7. Benediction.
Epworth Icnglie service, 7 p. III., con­ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦«♦♦♦♦♦• « school at a central hs-ation to be sel­
ected by the districts so uniting.
I
ducted by Rev. A. D. Wagner.
State Superintendent Ackerman and
Evening arrvii-e, M p. in. I. Organ
j County Superintendent Robinson were
voluntary. 2 llynin 22b, "All hail tl e
! present to read and explain the the pro
power of Jesus' name." 3. Prayer, Dr.
visions of the new law and answer ques­
I D. Driver. 4. Hymn 244, "Onward,
tions. A good nuiulwr of citizens of
Christian soldiers." 6. Scripture Inamr,
Gresham and patrons of District No. 4
Ifev. C. A. Nutley. 6. Anthem by the
were present and one or more reprewnt-
A
mass
meeting
is
called
choir. 7- Hermon, Rev. J. W. McDou­
atives from each of the surrounding dis-
for at the town hall next I tricts. All shower! an interest in th«*
gall. H. Hymn 254, "My Jesus as Thou
wilt." V. Beii«lii'lioii.
Monday night at 8 p. m. I proposition.
WILL DEDICATE NfW
Ml IHODISI CHURL II
ENTHUSIASTIC HIGH
SCHOOL MELTING
Splendid Program of Services
Arranged lor Sunday,
May 19th.
:
Istst Munday morning a new, deep-
I med I h -11 waa lu-ard calling the g<»>d
In Him vini wm iinik«’ money.
people of Gresham and vicinity to the
HwT A tflniH«* nt <»ur I hm
"ItM'k Itlul I H t In- IHitt I W ill
| Ut-W Methodist house of worship just
i’oiivim*«« you limi you rail •!<>
' «iinpletvri, ami very many responded.
I m ’I ut by IriuhiiM wHh Hi««
: All were surprised to I h -I io I<I the coni-
müdem Mfm’vr.
j binalioti of Is-auliftil colors in windows,
| carpet, furniture and organ. Il was a
HAVE YOU SEEN OUR
i feast to the eyi-s, a rest to the Issly ami
PERFECTION OIL COOK STOVE? an Inspiration to the mind and heart.
After a Sunday m -I i * h >I s,-Mion, with
It I» tlu< I hv I for th« money.
sii attemlancc of one humirel, Dr.
i Thoni|HMin, the pastor, preached to a
Oregon
i large ami appreciative audience all sp-
| proprialv sermon, the first in tlm iu w
church.
In tlm evening the main andlcmv
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1 room was till.-.« with worshippers who
; (Tresham Barber Shop ' had come to hear an inspiring sermon
Tuhaorlal work of all Kind« »»rally and
i by |MMilor C A. Nntleyofthe Baptist
tjuhbl) dun»
botis-d au*l pul In
uftlrr
Neal dour Io ««rrwhAitt Moiri
church, ami none Went away dia-
Robert H. Chlklcm, Prop,
' appoint«!
ükMOI AM
ÖMHOM
lino of the MUrprÎMON M llit ll M WM iU*<|
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FOURTH Of JULY
TO BE DISCUSSE D
D. W. Metzger
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(t'ontinurd «»it Handy |«age.)
40 ACRES
'.ft acres In culti-
"vallon-. Iialanca
easily cleuretl ; abundance of fruit ;
fair buildings; living «ater; 3
mile, from Gresham. >.I,IKX>
J. H. Chalker
"Th. KrlUbl. Kcal EsUtr Maa."
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GRESHAM,
at the
ORE.
Notion Store
Skirt and (oat Hungers
At li>T and IM each. 264 per |wir
Spool Sewlxi Silk
Al M and
(oUdf'i
a a|rrad
from 1>Y U» 7M each
i ’I mhw
to discuss the advisability
of celebrating the Fourth
of July. Gresham is cen­
trally situated, has every
facility for providing excel­
lent entertaiment, and ac­
commodation for the pub­
lic and should do her best
to entertain the people on
that day. Everyone is in­
vited to attend the meet­
ing Monday night. Come
and bring the ladies.
Livery. Feed & Sale Stable
B. W. EMERY, Prop’r
Horae# h*«| nn«l cared for hr
Single Meal, I My, W«x*k or Month
''"“r'.«.:» u! '" "'
6rishiB, Or».
Rural Carriers Meet
The Multnomah Rural lx-tter Car­
rier’s Association met at ls-tit«, last
Saturday evening, the guests of the two
carriers at that place. Considerable
Imsineaa was done (or the welfare of the
boys in the wagons, and arrangement»
were made to attend the meeting of the 1
State Carrier's Association, to I m - held
in Portland next month. The nezt
monthly meeting will I m - in Portland at
that time, and in July at Cleone. The
as* elation now muuiieri IB members,
and more are to join.
Sanatorium in View.
There ia a movement on foot by some
of the Portland people to buy the miner­
al springs |ocat«l on Dr. Thotnpeon'i
Addition and erect a sanatoriun. We
have the springs which should bn in­
ducement enough for the sanatorium
and we understand the company has al­
most c L mms I negotiations for tlx- ground
on which the springs are located ami for
several lots adjoining.
If we get the high school, the Mount
Ibssl railway ami the sanalin-ium, we
then will Is- well on the road to becom­
ing quite a city. let them come, that's
what Gresham needs.
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ALL
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Pay your bills in a business-like manner, by check It greatly facilitates
the conduct of your business, Isith private and commercial, while at the
same time your funds are alsMilutely safe. Business conducted through a
bank is always more dignified. Even If you use your money from week to
week and month to month. PAY IT OUT THROUGH THIS BANK
'The returned checks are legal receipts for every bill you pay.
THE VERY FIRST CONSIDERATION with offievra and directors of
this Imnk has Iss-n "almolute safety..! depositors' funds entrust«! to its can-,"
an-l this will always Is- Its policy In the future. From its organization it has
been the policy of the management of this (tank to make every provision
against possible I omm , Is.th in the way of loans ami providing the beat vault
and safe obtainable, and, of an extra pn-caution, carrying enough tin- ami
burglary insurance to cover any lists that coultl possibly occur.
FIRST
STATE BANK
GRESHAM, ORE.
~ n zx an
with the Man Who Advertises
If You Want Results
I have apent several h undr»-« I dollar») in advertising
ain«*e Hi«- firat of the year and am in a position to han­
dle your buainetw in a Katirifaetory wav to you. I
have all kind* of real property for ante, Jo couvrytnc-
ing of all kind*, attend to rollw-tiona, etc.
I). S. JOHNSON, Justice of the Peace
Notary Public
GRESHAM, OREGON
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A Bargain-^:'":,;,"
ration; good house and barn;
fine running water: small bear­
ing orchard ; 3 miles from Gresh­
am. ««■•>.
Gresham Real Estate Co.
GRKftAAM, OUOOK
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Eagle Creek Defeats Gresham
A. THOMPSON, Ph.D.
Pastor Methodist Episcopal Church, Grvahani, Oregon
p. m. On Sunday pastor Nutley will
»|a:ak both morning and evening at the
church in Cottrell.
Richard Latourelio, of Troutdale, |«ss-
«1 through Gresham, on his way to the
metropolis this week.
John Roberts, and daughter, Mrs. M.
l inger, were Portland visitors this week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Chalker spent last
Bunday at the St. Vincent hospital,
where their eon, Verne, is ia undergoing
treatment.
The librarian of the Gresham library.
Mrs. H. Wostell, reports for the month
Iw-ginning April l&th and ending May
llth aa follows: attendance during the
month in reading room, B96; circulation
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The Gresham Baseball nine were
somewhat disgusted with the turn things
took Sunday. A game was booked be­
tween Eagle Creek and the former, but
->n arrival at that place it was found
that Eagle Creek was unable to get a
full team together. However they man­
aged to pick up a few stragglers, and a
slow but interesting game ensued, re­
sulting in a score of 12 to 13, in Eagle
Creek's favor. The boys say they were
royally treated, and intend toplay them
again in the near future.
Next Sunday they wlil play Canby.
of books during month. 137; new names .
received, 31. This indicates a growing i Yount) People Organize Orchestra
interest in the library. The library and
On Monday night, May 13, a number
reading room is open every afternoon
of the young people of Greaham, met in
and evening during the week.
the Library rooms, for the purpose of
Dr. A. E. King of Portland, brother
organizing an orchestra' Harley Tur­
of Mra. J. M. Short, is spending a week
ner war elected leader, with Miss Bea­
or two with Dr. Short and assisting him
nie Ihiily, as secretary and treasurer.
in his practice.
The orchestra is to lie composed of 10
Harry Tucker, who, for the past six or more pieces, and by the enthusiasm
or seven months, lias so efficiently assist- shown, at the meeting, will undoubtedly
«1 R. Childers in the tonsorial parlors, meet with success. A committee was
left tni week for Puget sound points. appointed to consider and report at the
C. Williams, of Troutdale, taking his next meeting means of providing an in­
place witn Mr. Childers.
structor, music and the rental of a hall,
Harry Wood, who recently purcliaml consisting of Robert l>oane. Dalles
T. R. Howit's meat market, intends to 1 Simonsen and Guv Fieldhouse.
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The English Language
Lady: I’d like a fine comb,
please.
Clerk: Yes, madam. A fine-
tooth comb ?
Lady: No, sir! I want it for
my hair.
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We have the tooth brush for
the teeth and combs for the hair,
also brushes, mitrors and every­
thing needed in the toilet.
TRY OUR 35c HAIR BRUSH
It's a Dandy.
Gresham Drug Store
Mail orders promptly attended to
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Read the want ad a on [»age 8.
j
New • Arrivals at Lewis Shattuck’s
DEALER IN GOODS OF QUALITY
DONE AT AL. HART S SHOP
is First - Class
I nterfering and F orging
stopped
I
OR NO PAY
C orns ,
and
Q uarter - C racks
T ender F eet
SKILLFULLY
rat.
List Your Property
c
HORSESHOEING
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move his shop, now located in the Carl­
son building, to the budding occupied
by Nr. Howitt, as soon aa it is reuovat-
«1 and cleansed.
Fay Tombling will drive wagon for
Harry Wood. during the summer.
Arthur Lusted, of Portland, visited
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Wostell, Sunday.
M. Rickert and son, Lawrence, were
Herald callers on their way to Portland,
Wednesday. Lawrence will remain in
the city to work.
(Continued on last page.)
GRESHAM LOCALS
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F. B. STUART & CO
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NEW LINNEMANN MEMOllIAI.
MEMORIAL MKTIIODIRT
METIIODIRT CHURCH, liKESHAM
GREHHAM
Whirh u
Sunday, May 19th.
Whh'h
a ill I m * d«*«iicate<l
dedicated Sunday.
Dr. Otis F. Akin, an Oeteo|Mtth, of
Portland, waa a Gresham visitor last
Friday.
Mra. Wm. Ryers and Mrs. EilySmilh,
were visiting friends in Fairview recent­
ly-
Mrs. fl. II. Wright, and daughter,
Mrs. F. Bannerman, were callers al the
Herald office last Friday.
Wm. Gedamke math- this office a
pleasant call Iasi Friday. Mr. Gedamke
waa returning to hie home in Portland
after having spent several weeks in
looking after farm affairs at his old
Imine.
Mrs, J. Btripe ami children, Ida, Ada
and Chester, were recent visitors ol -J.
Faris' and E. Holgate's faiuilits.
i
■Mias Gladys Holgate was a recent and
welcome visitor at the Herald office.
Mra. Ed. Revenue, and daughter,
rev . J w M c D ougall
Ruth, of Sandy, were tireahaui visitors
one day last week.
Pastor Methodist Epiao|ial Church.
Albany
W. II. Price paid the Herald « call,
on Saturday last.
tin- people last Sunday morning waa the
E. R. Wright lias purehae«! a new
beautiful new auxiliary pipe organ manure spreader for use on his farm.
which tilled the organ niche and under
Mrs. G. W. Hale and son Frank were
the skilful touch of the organist, Miss pleasant callers at the Herald office re­
Grace lawrence, tillnl the auditorium cently. Frank threw his wrist out of
with stirring music.
, place sometime ago, and it is not doing
Next Sunday, May 19th, promisee to very well—hence a visit to the doctor
lie a day long to la- remembered in was a necessity.
Greaham. The Servicen of last Sunday
Mr. ami Mis. E. R. Carrigan, of St.
were only a prelude to the grand dedica­ | Johns, visited over Sunday, with the
tory services being planned for the «lin­ latter's aunt, Mis. J. F. Ulm.
ing Munday.
Following the Munday
Harry Wirts arrived in Gresham,
For spring styles and honest wear, All sizes,
styles and pnees. Every pair guaranteed.
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GRESHAM
Kenney Shoes
After a thorough discussion of the
various provisions of the new law, it
was decide,! to present the matter to
the districts most likely to Is- interested.
Petitions will Is- prepared in the several
districts and the question will be voted
on at the annual school meeting in June.
A committee was ap|s>inte<l consisting
of three niemlM-rs from Gresham district
and one or two from each of the sur­
rounding districts, which committee is
to thoroughly consider the matter of tile
establishment of such a union high
- whool district, with Greshsm as its ren­
ter, and prejiare the way in tbeir res­
pective districts for its adoption if con­
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sidered favorable. The committee con­
sists of Theo. Brugger, Chas. Cleveland,
appointed as parlor ut the churches of B W. Emery, R. Tegart. Andrew Brug­
Ina denomination, at Urealiatu, Eatecaila ger, F. I. Rugg. P. Salquist, Gus. Rich­
and 1'leaaanl Valley, lie will take up ey, J. Z. Olson, G. Holmes, F. C. Mark-
liia residence at Greaham aa a center wardt, and M. Kronenla-rg.
and eX|«cts to move Ina family here as
One far*t seems well settled and that
aooa aa lie ran find a l»ou»c
is that if a union high school is former]
The uaual covenant ami Kinin««» meet­ Gresham will offer a suitable site for a
ing of the l*leaaant Home Ba|>list church Imilding. It is stated that several good
will be held Saturday, Mav, lit, at 2:30, . sites havr» already been offered.
MRS. McCOLL, Gresham
Rememla-r that you can always
gel it from the
Tilt
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«HEI II IEED OF 1 6000 RIO ... .
See our confíete line of
AL.
TREATED
HART
GRESHAM, OREGON
Furniture, including lawn seats,
New Hammocks
bed lounges, mattresses, springs, exten­
sion tables, center tables, chairs and
iron beds.
All colors, kinds and prices.
New Mattings, including
all colors and designs.
effects.
Some beautiful
just in.
New Shoes. Club ties, patent,
tan and white, women’s summer goods,
including white and patent oxfords.
Men’s oxford’s. Patents, black and
tan.
Full line of Hay Tools
for harvest.
We are agents for the Louden hay
tools.
Full and complete Hardware line
of all kinds, for all seasons of#the year.
An Elegant Line of Straw Hats
We want to call your particular attention to the fact that we are sole agent for American Field and Elwood wire
fences and gates and can quote you prices and make you terms most liberal. The cheapest and best fences made. Call
and will explain their merits.