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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (May 24, 1907)
horns t-hli fly. It requ'rlng lea» care
office a pleasant call just an we were go-
and being easier to harvest than the
; ing to press last week.
■lumlard corn. Wlhen cured In the
Some People Say :
J lloMner wds a Herald visitor last
o|mn as It la on most Oklahoma farms
Friday ami join«! the Harald family.
It Is not always of a good color and 1»
more brlitle In fibre.
Mr. and Mrs. Emil Palmqnist were
A standard corn broom will usually
recent visitors to the Metro|olis.
outwear an Oklahoma dwarf corn Grandma Potts of Montavilla
a Can It Be Raised on Pacific broom a long tme.
The Herald acknowledge« a pleasant
Traces Ancestry to Time ol call from A. L Turner of Cleone.
Broom corn has been planted sue-
ressfully In the Weal along the Bnakn
William of Orange.
John C'analian was doing laismes» in
River In Idaho, and also In the east-
turer Says, Yes.
the Metropolis last Saturday.
ern parts of Washington, and al Moro
near The Dallea. on the Columbia
Mrs. Besoie laiwrence visited rela
Stranger than fiction anal a» romantic tives in Gresham Sunday.
Oregonians as a rule encourage | Ninety
broom baa been the life of Mr». I.ydia Pott«,
Harry Tucker wa« seen on our streets '
a home production when they can do so com used by th« manufacturers of r I wboreairiM in th» Villa. Eighty-eight
a without loss to themselves This
" " ' aen- Oregon and Washington, amounilng
t ment doubtless accounts for the rap to about 2ou cars, valued at approx
Mr. Barnes who recently moved to
a id growth of the Montavilla broom Imately 1200,0M. Is now imported marked kindly by lie touch of time.
factory. While the Standard Broom from Oklahoma. Kansas and Illinois Without doubt »he 1» the ok I eat inhale Gresham baa liegun the erection of a ;
a i Company have made a Splendid show There being such a demand for the itant of the town, but »bare« tl>e honor cottage in Carlson’s Addition.
were able to secure home article and the posalbl ity of raising
a ing. If they
HAVE YOU SEEN OUR
Harry Huxley has recently lieen do
a grown coru th»/ could make still a It here, the farmers of Multnomah with Mr». Jane Ely, near Hunnyanle,
a I better one.
County had ought to experiment w th who ia two year» her aenior, the two ing considerable painting and pa|»-ribg :
a PERFECTION OIL COOK STOVE? a
The following article from the pen
making merry the < ightli day of Novem in Fairview and vicinity.
a I of Mr Charles liyle Is a very Inter- a small patch to assure themselves
It U th«* l>eiit i<»r Ihr hMHivy.
of the advisability of putting In largo ber, their birthday jointly.
•Mrs. Grace Metzger and her sister, ‘
a eating as well as a very timely on*', acreage
Surely It Is worth a trial
Born in tlie Empire atate in tlie year Pearl Lindsey, were home over Sunday. ■
a and w» hope our iieople w II not only
IHlIt at ( anamlaguia, »lie was reared
read It carefully, but do as la ■UR-
J. B. Bates and his daughter-in law,
midat the atrife and ionqueat <f colon Mrs. I.. F. Bates, of Gage were ini
geated therein—plant some broom corn
aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa as an experiment.
ial territory. Iler lather, Elijah Tlllot Gresham last Saturday. While here
luist year the small terr'tory of
eon, waa an Englishman who wax elected they called al the Herald office ami ar
•••••••••••••••••••••••••a Oklahoma produced nearly 40,000 tons
a of broom corn va ued at something from Seaside ( where lie haw been feast- captain during the war of 1812. lie ranged to have the )>a|>er sent to C. 11. j
• Gresham liarbcr Shop a a like |2 ooo.ooo The Kansas crop aver ing on lb«* festive chin, He way« K. C traced hia «me» try back to a brother of Bates, who is at Wardtier, Idaho.
a * TutiatitUI Morii of all kind* •»«••( l> aivl a aged about 1H.OOO tons and brought Lindsey is at Mcaablr building « summer John Tillotaon, w I hi wa- bi»hop of Can
Rev. Dr. I. D. Driver t.f Eugene has
a «luidtly dour Hnaor* Itwtted ami i*ul In a from |l!> io (120 a ton It was plant
collage (or Mrs. William .Mvtxger, If. terbury, <4 whom it waa »aid, “He lieen delivering a aeries of lectures this i
a or<lrr .Nr»I d<N>r Io <«rv«bain H«»l« I
Robert II. Childers, Prop.
a of hat vest was dlatr holed over near!» C. Carlson has just returned from Sea
week in the Methodist church. The
Through thia l>i»hop'a inatrumeutality
I subject« have been mostly theological
aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa as long a period, which shows that side, where hr built a summer collage
almost any old time will do for broom (<»r himself ami family.
but the lectures have lieen lull of prac
corn tn these states.
If. L. h*rater forman » ( one <•< tin*
tical, timelv suggestion». On Thursday
In Oklahoma the corn la usually
Mount II amm I I'ouvr ami Kail way Co*«
. night his subject waa, ‘ How to Make
Money." Dr. Driver lias been one ut
a ceiving little or no care, and If no nurvryiiitf crew«, |*ui«i llu* Herald oftiicr i
*J> m rrw in cultivation; nrw sia* a Into ra ns come, the a ways abundant a plraaunl viail. Mr. Fraxer ray« hia I
the greatest lecturers and debators of
ruum I mhim * ; Mbuii'lrtnvr of fruit; a harvest Is dried and prepared for
this or any other laml. The lectures
twogiMMl Itiirnu; tram,
w,1'i a shipment out tn the open under free crew now have hea‘l<|uarlerw al the
, will continue during the week, closing
liMrtxw; slock; lull m *1 larmiiitf a skies Should rain prevail during the Greeham hot«*l, an<l are aurvuying down
Sunday night, ami are free to all.
utensils; cr«»|». < tin* mite from a harvest aeaaon. the better grades. <-r Beaver Cr«*elc alaml three mile« rant of
(Continued from jage 8.)
rather those fortunates who have sh»l town ami a ill duubllrm ni.tkr tl>v new
| m NMM'aaion.
ter to rover the better grades, dry survey through or near lirrham.
LONG AND EVfNIfUL
HER HEE HAS BEEN
MONI Y SPE NI IN THI
IASI FOR BROOM CORN
MAN WANES III ILE
See our complete line of
Tilt Ke n ney Shoes
For spring styles and honest wear. All sizes.
styles and prices. Every pair guaranteed.
F. B. STUART & CO.
• ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• ••••••••••
List Your Property
D. W. Metzger
AN IMPORTANT LEAGUE MEETING
” Thr Reliable Real tSiftIff Mu«
Many Matters of Special Inter
est We Be Up Tonight.
Al l<< ami IW «•»»•h, '.**»< |w r pair
At hf ami l<* » spiavi
from l"V to "’■< meh
I* b<>n«* F dB
MRS. McCOLL, Gresham
TUf fDECMlU HflTFI
I IIL VnLOIIAIvl llvILL
'***' r*T,«tnt*d and thoroughly reno-
vated and ia under new management and
fully prepared to offer it» guenta the lieirt the market afford».
M rs . J. F. ULM, Prop.
Special Oyster and Chicken
The Proof of the Pudding is in ftie Eating
wearing. Men bring blooded homes to me to »hoe because I cure all evil»
caum-d by |»»>r »hoeing.
GENERAL BLACKSMITHING of alt kinds.
Powell Street, G resham , O regon
We Want You to Remember
G R E S H A M
B A K E R Y
• ipjxieite pQHtutfice, Gresham, Oregon. Whv eat bread that contains ammo
nia when you can get good, clean, wholesome homemade bread at the
same price? Patronize home industry.
Maa. C has . J ohnbox
: A Bargain-"„:"'“„"
VHEI II IEED OF I 6000 RIO ... .
fa* incili ber lh«t yoii cuti u I bmvs
a ■iii*l bale the bnsitn porn under roof
g«l il fruiti ihu
a Thia curing under roof, away from
i he rains and dews keeps the com In
a fine color and also Insures a fiei'blr
a fibre, which la nil lni|iortant when the
a com is later put to use in a bnMim.
II. W. l-.MIiRY, l’rup’r
There are several kinds or varie
IliUBrii Ì< m ! fimi rnrrd f«»r bv a ilex of hroom corn Those best known
Meni, ì^ny, W»n«k or Monili a nnd raised to the greatest extent art
the Tonnes»«» evergreen standard and
Sfushi». Ore. a ■the
The standard variety Is grown chief
, ly In lll'nola and Kansan. It I n h hnr
dy plant, standing quite well sudden
chances In temperature, grows from
four to six nnd In some cases ten
W. J. Wirtz ami the hoy» have given foot In height before It sends Its tan
their house on third street a free h coat sol or brimm corn stock forth, much
like the bloom or flower on mdlau
Conductor Kinney on the (>. W. I*,
Tlio standard com 1» harvested
freight wa» taken violently ill at Boring much like the Ind an corn by cutting
on Tuesday. Later he i» reported Im the broom corn down close to the
ground and then removing the broom
cor nwlth a knife, whereas the dwarf
A n»w lameliall nine, callisl the' Slurt- corn is pulled by hand out of Its
tuck Blurs'', wa« recently organised, socket.
Thli; constitutes the only difference
with Harry Crenshaw »» captain and
In the harvesting of the dwarf and
Ed. Metzger manager. New suit» are
on the way and when attired in them the
Th a cut standard corn I« then
boys will do ervdit to Gresham.
spread upon ricks, which •re placed
one above the other, and la thorough
Cecil Metzger left Sunday for Estacada ly dried Aa s ated before, the more
to seek employment.
the drying corn is shaded and pro ■
I'astor Nutley ol liresliMu lias receiv tected from rain and dew. the better
will be Its color and fibre and the
ed the »«'I intelligent* ol the drown more elastic when cured
ing of his brother, Oliver, at Tacoma
This shed-drted corn Is then taken
Oliver Nutley and to bal ng machines and baled Into
another young man were out tishing bundles of from 200 to 400 pounds to
from a small skiff near Pol.it Defiance, be shipped to the manufacturer of
brooms Hhe choice shed-cured stock
the incoming tide caused the u|Metting naturally commands the beat price
ol the boat and as Oliver could not sw im and w|!| always bring from |S0 to |IO<)
lie sank, rising but once, the water tir or more a ton. and la used only In
ing very deep and the undercurrent very tlm manufacture of th» best standard
strong Bo far the laxly lias not la-en house brooms.
The dwarf variety la raised In Okla-
Livery, Feed & Sale Statole
PAY BY CHECK
It iiet'oiir working capital, the money tlint vou are receiving and paving
out all tlm time, that wo want to talk to you nf»>iit. If yon have a checking
account with some other Isink, you will appreciate w liat we have to say all the
more; if you have no cheeking accrmnt, please take this as an invitation to
<>| h - ii one with its. Your money i» safer in the bunk than any where else. All
caah in hand ia kept fully inaurvd against burglars xml “hold ui>."
All banker« know, and the depositors should know, that the soundness of
a bank does not dc|a-nd upon the aize of its capital or surplus, but upon the
character and amount of its louns and the proportion of ita de|swit» held aa a
Our deposits May 21
Our loan» May 21—loans that arc collectible any
Lian« for specified time....................................... 23.3B3.M
Cash reserved for immediated payment»
One-half our loans are on first mortgage» on farm property. I n you know
of anv safer investments?
litarl nil account and try it. You need not come Io the Imnk once a year
If you do not want to do >o; mail your checks for de|n>sit and they will lie
promptly credited and yuu notified.
FIRST STATE BANK
The New Restaurant
Spool S cm I di J Silk
Ó. S. JOHNSON, Justice of the Peace
The Gresham Development l>-ague
will laild its regular meeting on Friday
When in Gresham
night. May 24, in the town hall, aud all
I members and citiaeM are invited to be ' Patronize . . .
Ne>re«t to O. W. Depot
present. The la-ague will elect dele- <
gates to the convention of the Oregon
Development 1-eagues which meets in
Meals at AU Hoars
Portland June 21 and 22. The securing i
mrs . l Y dia potts
of a late car, at hast on Saturday and 1
Sum lay niglita, will lie diacuaaed and it the leadership of Rev. C. A. Nutley. ••••••••••••••••••
William of Orange was crowned king ol , is deaired that a strong action be taken Everyone is invited to attend.
In recognition William ap- ou this by th» Gresham l.-agne.
ladies are requested to bring as manv
isdnted him clerk of the closet. One of
The arrangements for a Fourth of flowers aa possible so that all the graves
1 Ilia brothers remained in England, one July Celelntion will also Iw < i»cua»e<l.- can be suitably decorated. Decoration • vation: good house and liarn;
e fine running water: »mall bear-
went to Norway and four came to Amer
Tlie ls-ague now has a list of over j of graves will occur in the afternoon,
• ing orchard : 3 mile» from Gresh-
ica prior to the Revolution and were 10,000 names of people of other states commencing at two o'clock.
• am $4<z«).
I killed in battle. Iler mother, Nancy who ask for information about Oregon.
Bv oaDKR or committkk
llickox, a Yankee from Massachusetts, Why not tell them aliout Gresham?
of native principle, contriliuted a quota < There is need of suitable liteature to
,,f ,,prn endurance to'this daughter,
properly advertise our beautiful section
who seemed set a,«rt to a life strangely of the state. This w ill be presented at
Max Ihivies and Artemisia Robertson
stirring. Twelve brother» ami sisters ! this meeting.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Robert- '
contributed to the family life, ami be
Tom Richardson rays in a letter to ,
came prominent in th» puplic weal: ■the league: “We want to get this I son, were married at the home of the
Elijah, a silversmith, wa» also first w hole stale aroused Ufion the subject of 1 bride's parents, Gresliam. last Monday
mayor of Terre Haute, Ind., ami servetl : immigration and bring thousands of ( afternoon, Rev. I. D. Driver was the
is better prepared than ever to sell you
as county judge. Sarah married Solo : people on the low rates during Septem- officiating minister.
heavy or light harness of all kinds,
mon Wright, a prominent attorney of ber and'Ek-tolier because there is no cer- ( The wedding was a very quiet home
horse and carriage furnishinga, etc.
Harness and shoe repairing.
Terre Haute. Sister No. 1 died in in taintv that thev will be put into effect ■
GUST LARSON, Prop., (iresham
fancy. Sister No. 2 was a farmer. Levi > again. Now tlie rates are good all over ; relatives and friends, among them, Ly
■nan Davie, brother of the groom, John
wax a prominent fur trailer with John ■ the United States.
Burbee, the bride's iwrenta and brother
Jacob • »tor. Sybil married Benjamin
It ia to the interest of every resident i .
Whuttenmaver, at one time member of of Oregon to get our |ieople in the habit ; and sisters.
HARRY HUXLEY, . .
the Indiana legislature. William No. 1 of urging these rates ti|ion their friends ; | These two young people are well '
Decorator and Painter
did ia did iu infancy, while William No. and acquaintances in all sections of Jthe ■ (
Kaloomining, Papering. Prices low.
2 waa a merchant in I-ogansport, Ind. country and to make it the central fea- ' the beet wishes of a host of friends.
Work neat. Call or write him at
Nancy No. 1 died in infancy. George ture of the work of all our organizations ( After a short wedding trip they will
was a successful farmer. Nancy No. 2 which have for their chief purpose the -
married Mr. Brown, a prominent phy development of the siate”.
sician of Clinton, Ind. Martha married
a wealthy farmer.
Greshdm and C-anby Bat
Imbued with the spirit of the time.
Our boys again men defeat. This time
Captain Tillotson took his family dur
The G. A. R. have made arrange at the hands of Canby, nevertheless
Lady: I’d like a fine comb,
ing the second year of Lydia's life and
ment» to have their memorial sermon they put up an interesting game. The
Clerk: Ye», madam. A fine-
(Continued on page #)
preachevl next Sunday by Rev. Ihtvid Telegram says: Canby and Gresham a
a tooth oomb ?
Wolfe at the Metholist church at 11 a. played a fourteen inning game at Canby a
Lady: No, air! I want it for
m. Reverends Thompson and Nutlev Bunday, the home team winning, 1 to 0. a
a my hair.
out Hating land near Sandy last Friday
will assist in the services. The mem Townsend, of Gresham, struck out 11
We have the tooth brush for
ber» of the G. A. R. will meet at their men, and Baty six. Gresham batter,
the teeth and combs for the hair,
Fred Powell, the popular clerk in our hall at 10 a. m. and will march to the
also brushes, mirrors and every
made four hits and Canby men eight.
thing needed in the toilet.
drug store, has been very ill at his home church in a body. All citizens are in
in Powell Valley.
vited to attend.
TRY OUR 35c HAIR BRUSH
Verne Cbalker returned home from a
It’s a Dandy.
Memorial day (May 30) will be duly R. Baty................. c................W. Hamlin
prolonged stay in a city hospital last observed by the G. A. R. and citizens
C. Baty ................. p.................. Townsend a
of Gresham ami vicinity. The services R. Knight............. 2b.............. Sumberg
Mr. and Mrs. ('has. Gcdanike were will be held at Gresham Grange hall,
a Mail orders promptly attended to
recent Portland visitors.
commencing at 10 a. m. Rev. Dr. \V. Knight
,.C. WirtZi •••••••••••••••••••••••••a
W. J. Ferrell of Portland and W. H. Thompson will deliver the address and E. Krieger .
Reati the want ads on page 8.
Osburn of Montavilla paid the lleraFl special music is being prepared under E. Smith....
Skirl and (oat Hungers
1 have »pent .everal hundred dollar* in advertising
vince the brat of the year and am in a piantino to han
dle your buainewn in a aat¡»factory way to you. I
have all kind» of real property for vale, do conveyanc
ing of all kind», attend to collection», etc.
J. H. Chalker
with the Man Who Advertises
If You Want Results
B. W. Emery, John Sleret and Chas.
Kam-l<-lt thia week for a »twit to the
Cardinal Gold mines near Baker City,
ill which they own stock TI.ey will be
met at laGramle by D. M. Rolierts, an
other stockholder who will accom|«any
them on tlie trip.
Gresham Real Estate Co.
The Gresham Harness Shop
Grandma Stuart lell last week for
a visit with her non, J. L Stuart at
Seattle, Washington, where she expect»
to np«-nd tlie summer.
has won many friends during her stays
in Gresham and they always n-gret to
see her leave.
D. M. Roberts, Emil Palmqnist and
George Brenton, delegates from the
Gresham (kid Fellows Ixslge, are ill at
tendance at the Grand lodge which met
at La Grande Wednesday.
Wm. llornecker was a welcome visitor
last week, lie arranged to send the
Popular Home Weekly to a relative,
Mr». E. W. Brown, in Michigan who
used to live in Oregon.
The English Language
Mins Clytie Stuart in spending a very
enjoyable time at Hotel Portland, Port
land Oregon, w here she han an engage-
ment as pianist with the noted hotel or
The many friends of Mrs. John Met
zger will be glad to know that she has
returned from the hocpital in Portland
much improved in health.
J. M. Stanley and bis youngest eon
Jack were pleasant callers last Friday.
Mr. Stanley is having splendid success
raising dueks this year.
Gresham Drug Store
The Gresham Real Estate Company—
with Admiral Dewey in the lead—were
A L I
DONE AT AL. HARTS SHOP
New Arrivals at Lewis Shattuck’s
DEALER IN GOODS OF QUALITY
is First - Class
I nterfering and F orging
including lawn seats,
bed lounges, mattresses, springs, exten
sion tables, center tables, chairs and
OR NO PAY
New Mattings, including
Q uarter - C racks
and T ender F eet
C orns ,
all colors and designs.
All colors, kinds and prices.
Club ties, patent,
tan and white, women’s summer goods,
including white and patent oxfords.
Men’s oxford’s. Patents, black and
full line of Hay Tools
We are agents for the Louden hay
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.
and will explain their merits.
The cheapest and best fences made.