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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (May 31, 1907)
olii ine 3.
GRESHAM DECIDES ON
Sume I eopln Sny :
Don't you Is'lh’u* It. II«« aunts a
all he cun g«*l fur (In* imrnvy, and a a
you know it. That’* th«* i«*a*«ui a
why w«* make a S|a*cialty ««f
Quit k Sdks dnd Small Profils a a
In thu end «V make mom-v.
hh’v? A glnrn«* at our Big
aPs’k and little prices will
convince you thut y«»u ran «lo
I m tier by trading with thu
iihm I ciii ghs’ur.
MAN WANLS LIÏILE
All Outside Towns Invited to
Participate and Make It
a Grand Success.
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plrdg«« without feeling it Luidensome
The plmlge is as follow«:
(«rrsliHm, Or., .
For the pur|>«»M9 of ere« tmg a suitable»
biiibling for the Gresham Library Assu*
cialion in a suitaMe location, and in
<*on*i<l»*rttiiofi <>f the subscription of oth
ers to the amount of 9>V0P» I pr*»mise
to tlm treasurer of said asaociation tor
■itch purpose, I
. i «yablc ««* follows:
Onr*thir<l on or Isdore Jan. 1, BMJH; onw
third on nr Is-forc July I, Bsm, «ml one-
third on or ls*f«jrt* Jan 1, 1WML Interest
ia-aring after maturity at 0 |wr oent. per
Annum. Or I will pay in full I
RICH IN IIIE SHINING
MINERAL IS THE EAR III
Greshamites Tell What They
Saw on a Visit to Eastern
ami Kane, the committee appointed by
the post, mH with thecitixens'last Mon*
»lay night and expressed themselves ■«
favorable to a grand reunion. Watch
Old Fashioned Honesty
Demands a square deal for everybody, and you
get it too of
Mrs. Frank Ritchie was a visitor at
the metropolig last Wednesday.
Mr«. M. A. King ami Dr. A. E. King
have gone to Antelope where the duo
tor will resume his practice.
F. B. STUART <& CO.
Dtdlers in the best of everythinq. at lowest possible prices
W. W. Zollara ot the Portland Reli
A party of prominent Gre.hstn men,
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able Real Estate Agency was looking
consisting of John Hleret, D M llole
after interest* con<-rrning Thompson's
rrts and B. W. Emery, returned last
Saturday from a brief visit to the Cardi addition to Gresham this week.
Mr«. Grace Mctxger was a Portland
nal mines in llaker ecunty, In which
they are stucklioldere. They had an visitor this week.
with the Man Who Advertises
enjoyable trip and report the property
Ford Metxger was doing busin
HAYE YOU SEEN OUR
iniK-li lieller than represented.
If You Want Results
The greater |>art of two day. was
Dr. J. F. Powell went to Portland
PERFECTION OIL COOK STOVE?
spent in running over the extensive Wednesday.
I have .pent aeveral hundred dollar, in advertising
It i« tin* I h »*1 (or the mum y,
■ince the tirxt of the year and am in a position to han
e'srdiesl territory, which abuonda in
G. K. Howitt of Montavilla passeil
dle your buaineea in a rati.factory way to you. I
miners! veins, ledges, dykes and con
through Gresham on Ilia way to Bur*
have all kind» of real nroperty for aale, do conveyanc
tacts, with every natural facility lor suc ing the first of the week.
ing of all kind., attena to collection», etc.
D. S. JOHNSON, Justice of the Peace
large and although working depth ha.
not yet lawn attained, the indicaliui.s made a pleasure trip to E»ta«*ada Thur«-
are unquestionably of the firet-ela>s.«me
«f Hu- many ledg>-« in particular pan
• Gresham Barber Shop ;
ning free gold liberally, never lee« than a businxM trip to Handy and vicinity to
a hundred colars to the fain of good, day.
»• M d— « t«» »«Irebalii ll.-(« I
plainly visible gold. Work is pr<greM-
Mr». J. I’lni left for Forest Grove last
Robert It. cuidar«. Prop.
tng right along in the Golden idol tun Wedne»lay.
nel in which three men are at work aud
A braw band, composed of 12 pieces,
wvry round of shots show, a tnarkrd ha. been organized in Gresham.
Improvement in the mineralization of
M. F. Allen, with Dresser A Sun, Port
the woik. This tunnel will cut live led
ges well Is low the water line, but the land, spent Decoration Day with bis
2A acre* in culto aitón ; Imlanre
Hoiking force are clamoring loiully f»r parent. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Allen.
rnwily cli arrti, abundance of Irmi ; a
mai'hiiie drills with which to expedite
Nothing renes. old time memories so
fair buildings; loing Water; ÎJ a
the wolk. Too much cannot be mid of thoroughly m a visit with childhood
mil« « irum Gresham. I I.UUU.
the great mineral ochre vein crossing friends. The editor enjoyed a splendid
the entire property and which is the visit at Astoria with .Mr. and .Mrs. Frank
main source of all the placer gold on the Spittle and Mr. Spittle’s sister, .Mina
Is-ncties and in the gulcu below. This Alice Spittle, a prominent teacher uf'
I We Want You to Remember
ledge lies in the contact with its wall. London, England. They were burn and
se|>arated by nearly 3i feet and it is the raised in the san e city as the writer.
GR ESHAM BAK E RY
sloughing of the soft mineral water from Mias Spittle will return to England July 1 Opposite puatofice, Greaham, On-gi.n. Why eat bread that contain» ammo
this iinuwnwr ledge to wliic-h is due the first after a very enjoyable visit in the
nia wiicii you can get good, clean, wholeaome homemade bread at the
Mine price? Patronize home induxtry.
Mas. C ha ». JoHvaox
riches of the placer mines. Placer min states.
HAVE YOU SEEN THE
Carl Shattuck lowered the grade in
Mice's Gulch which is le.1 by the Car
front of the mill pioperty on Powell
NEW POSTAL CARDS
dinal quartz mine», and at one of the
When in Gresham
street and cleaned up generally around
B«*v. Crandall of I airiew paid the
The game was a spirited and warmly
placer properties a numler of valuable
Patronize . . .
coitUmte I one from start to finish, end Il« ral«l «»thee u pleasant visit lust Mun*
Nearest to O. W. Depot
gold a|a-ciiuens were shown in mlvance
ing lit m score of II to 15 ill favor uf «lay. Mr. ('ramiall ami family expect
Miiw Maud Cleveland, «ho baa been
Chicken Dinner L'very Sunday
of the regular clean-up, as an evidence
to »|wn I a f«’W weeks lucking straw*
First-class in Every Particular
U' A- 11 Av* LEY, Hra*.
I irrorai ¡mi, Teddy Hear*. Ween-
of the riches of this favored district. attending college at Berkeley California,
Meals at All Hours
G kksham , O bboow
Thu Gresham teim was somewhat berri«*« in the I loud River Valj^y
rrv, ('«»oils, Wrsiern Girl, lute
All the abskholders who have wen the retnrned home last week^to a,»end lier
M«s|el and Comi«’ (‘aids at cor
crippled, the pitcher ami two others l»r- 1 The cling clang of a fire engine was
Cardinal mining property are unani
! mg unable to attend. Powell of l'1- , hvaril on «»nr streets |««t Saturday,
mous in ths opinion that it is the mak
R. Childers and sou visited in Port graduation ezerci».. r:’’ !>e held Fri
rimWr r Ä
^causing quite a little excitement among ing of one of earth', greatest gold mines
land thia week.
day evening, June 7, i>
fabor look their place.
Leslie, the the buys. It wa* sent out from Port*
MRS. McCOLL, Grcshatn I man in I Im box, had not pitchr«l for two Un«i (or use ou thu Bull Mun pipe line. sixl why shouldn’t they be when every j Mrs. Cleveland has gone to Idaho to church. County 8uperiu. orient Alder- |
| evidence is at hand of f-Xh rwiies and
man uf Yamhill county will give the ad
I years, lie vert hule** he give tbs Villi*
Mr* Trsuie Bornstedt ami son,G«*orge permanence from extinct cliiumey. to : visit her niece, Mrs. Douglas«.
Hid houae and barn ;
dress. The graduate, are. Edith Gor- j
, t g «al run for their money»
Al the Frederick, who have ln»en visiting with
j the beautiful saluriau liiue?
flue running water; (mall bear
a ■■nd of the sixth inning (irvsham had Mr*. Bornstedt'« parent*, Mr. ami Mrs.
ant callers at the Ilt-rald udite last dun and Mary Wilson.
ing orvhanl; 3 miles from Gresh
WHLI II SEED OF i GOOD RIG ... . a | only «me hit to th«« gtMal and tn tbs la*t C. F. Rtiegg, will leave fur her buine at
a [ thrve inning* played such ball as never
livim-iubcr that v»n ' ■■' ulw»).
Sandy next Bunday.
Rev. Henry Hudson was »-en
I was seen on the local diamond, scoring
grl il (rom tliv
| Gresham Wednesday on his way to ality than the spectacle of successful
(ivorge Bornstedt, one of Samir’s
' 14 |«nints.
villainy, recent researches which bare
A Urge crowd of Greshamites were on , Corbett.
pru*|M«ruus merchants ¡»assed tb rotigli
A Portland paper <|II o U k 1 thr score 10
cleared the character of Richard III.
hnnd to Imuet the hall leaui at Monta-
Frank Wostell left for Alaska Mon from the monstrous »(tsufiOM of his
to U in the Villa's favor with never a Gresham Monday on hie way to the villa Sunday.
day evening, but expects to return in royal enemies aud literary maligners i
a<«rd of <«»esharn'i« (ant plating in thu metropolis.
Miss Hazel M’irtz left last week for tbe fall.
IL W. EMERY. I’rop'r
Mrs. E. ('. IJndsey Inis returned from
last three innings.
must be regarded at a clear gain to
Forest Grove to be in attendance at bet
Horm** lr«l ami canti for by
Mrs. Harry Lusted visited her moth civilization. Even Shakespeare. the
The llneoip was as follows:
♦Bugle M cm I, Day, Ufrk or Monili
Mr*. Grace Metzger, at Houlton, where
er-in-law. Mrs. I-aViea Lusted, Wednes most mischievous of the detractors of
Rev. C. II. Mckee, who has been suje day.
. . . . Gresham. Or«.
the last of the Plantagenets, does not
M ■ . 1
plying the Hood River Baptist church
Richard's elavertiewB. while do-
for the past few mouths, will preach at
Wortman A King has purchased four p'ctlng him in th« blackest colors.
.. Boiiani to Forest Grove, where they have pur
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Cottrell Sunday morning, at Orient
lots in Thompson's addition to Gresham Whether blstorWol truth or more
Metsger chase« I a home.
Chapel in the afternoon and at the
"whitewash.” the latest study of
naar the mineral spring.
Ijirson ' Chase St. Clair, who has been very
Gresham Baptist church in tl>e evening
Richard III. by Sir Clements R. Mark
Merrill sick with pneumonia, is slowly improv
at S o'clock.
Mm. T. II. Howitt arrived liuine (ruin
night and Sunday with her friend Miss ham makes him a kind uncle, loyal
Montavilla this wr« k lunch Improved in
A baselmll team front I enta was in
. Hamlin 1
busband and stanch ally and one of
George ami Harry Preston have ac- Gresham Sunday, expecting to l«t with Olive Lusted at Lusteds.
the most memorable of worthy English
la-slie cepted a position with John*«»n, Struth
the Gresham team, who were at tlie
II. K. Stone of Fairview sold three
Strut k out by Fr« »bst «\ by Lesile 7. ers A Nelson of Handy ami will assist tinu^ playing Montavilla on their di or at the Herald office this week.
('heater White l»«»g« to T. H. Iluwitt
Three base hita, Il «ffimin and Sloan 2. them in their milling business during amond.
Upton Sinclair can eudure the loaa
The manv friends of B. F. Rollins will
thia week, bringing 1101 00. Thia is but
Double plays, Boitant» to Metxger, Hoff the summer.
of Helicon Hall, but the newt that
another itlustralioii of the many gtxxl
Ths new lull team, “Shattuck Blues,’’ be pleaseil to learn of his return from
man to MfKinlev. Hit liy pitcher,
('. F. Rucgg was a pleasant caller at will give a grand ball in Metzger's hall Granite Oregon, where he has been France has ordered an enormous con
tiling* coining the thrifty farmer** way
l‘rol»Ht, I.«»* li«», FrlcnWald and Ijirson. the Herald office this week. Mr. Ituegg
signment of Chicago canned meats for
Saturday night. Hadley's orchestra of teaching school for several months.
John i'lannhnn wu* a pleasant visitor II >mv run, Sloan. Hayes, umpire.
is the pomivsor uf one of the prettiest Portland will furnish the music.
E. D. Hart of Firsrood is assisting his Ita army in spite of bls revolutions In
al the Herald ollie«’ this week.
•The Jungle” will break hla proud
ami most sulistantial homes in any
Memorial day iu Gresham was observ brother Al Hart for a few days.
Plot. ('.('. Baker ami -wife went to
iiian's country ami sometime we lx>|>e
ed by the G. A. It and citizens at 11
Portland yesterday to meet the Prof.’*,
Mr. F. E. Clarke and family of Grass
library Buildinq Proposed
to la» able to have a good cut of it in
Lady: I’d like a fine comb,
Small wonder that Klug Edward VII.
o'clock in Grange lisll. Dr. Thompson Valley Oregon, have rented and taken
sister, Mi*a Mabel Baker( a ho is return
Yes, madam. A fine- a
|>oesession of the Sweet farm near Bull
ing from ('Im igo.
Joe Ross, Elroy Chalker, Cecil Mets* the occasion and at the close all march
tooth comb T
its regular meeting Tuesday evening of
Run. The Clarke family are old friends pused life to get the metiey's worth out
The Gresham Ileal Estate Co. recent
Ijidy: No. sir! I want it for
this we««k adopted u plan for linsnring ger and Guy Fieldhouse spent Bunday ed to the grave yard where the G. A. R. of Mr. and Mrs. Brownhill,wlx/are very of those three $2 65 cigars be stuotoee
ly sold eleven acre* a«ljoiuing Charles
th«« vrtviion of a new library building.
ceremonies were carried out. A large glad indeed to see them So nicely sit every twenty-four hours.
(ItMlamkv'a t«» B. M. Ilnney.
We have the tooth brush for
And now it will I my up to the good |x»o
Mrs. Ed. Sp<ith is carrying mail on numlier of the school children were uated.
the teeth and combe for the hair,
Mr* ami Mrs. Gust Lurwon have one pie <>( Grvahani ami vicinity to say how route numla»r live, this w«»ek, «luring
Th. most Innncesit oecaslon may
present carrying flags and flowers and
also brushes, mirrors and every a
Mis. Edwin Erickson of Clirrinsville
of the prettirt am! im»sl convehieiit cot much they want such a desirable addi* Mr. Thorp's alwence, who is tn attend
assisted in decorating the old soldiers was thrown out of her buggy near Esta prove a pretext for campaign oratory
thing needed in the toilet.
tages 1.1 the country. A recent visit lion to <>ur bramitili city.
ance at the state grang«» at Hood River. graves.
these days. There la no telline where
an* a leal treat to ye scribe ami wife.
TRY OUR 35c HAIR BRUSH
It is pr«i|M»*ud to raise pledge* and
Timothy Brownhill and wife spent
lew is Shattuck proposes to have Old fracture of the left ankle. She was the next polirival batutahell wUl b«
It's a Dandy.
F. B HluarI was doing business in the cash to th«« amount of |500, nt l/ast be- Thursday in McMinnville.
Glory floating in the breeze in good taken to Portland.
forv.AMiy subscription* will t»e considered
Mr. ltoliert Hughes of Lebanon, w ho slui]«- hereafter. He baa put out an
Next week is commencement week at
As things are tbe no government So
A stranger from Ashland hi»« IwMIgllt valid. Thrsr siilmcriptioiie are to cover has Iwen visiting with friend* in Gresh iron flag staff from the top of the store.
I the public and high schools. The ex-1 cialists do not scrap among them
Mail order* promptly attended to
a perio«| <»f on«* and a half years from
through the Gresham Ileal I'.HtHte
am for the past two weeks, retUrne*!
The Gresham G. A. R. will hold their aminations will begin Tuesday and elose selves very mneh. but no telling what
a «V» acre tract of land near llogHii »ta* July I, 11*07, so that the subset»l»era will home last Tuesday.
Reference wa« annual reunion during the week of the j Thursday. Tbe closing of grades will
would l>a|q>eu once tbe government lid
haw tini«* in which to pay a good Hard
(Ion, of Charles Cleveland.
made to Mr. Hughes last week, but 4lh at Gresham and will take pert in take place Friday afternoon and the
Read the w ant ads on page 8.
were llffetl^. .
Pursuant to the «nil ( ami thr ringing
ol ti»«- Ihv b««ll) for a mns« meeting al
the town lisll I am I Munday evening a
ginnl rroW«l gaIhvrr«l to dr«L*i«» whether
oi not Gr««sham almultl «•••!• Lrnie the
(ìiMrl<*s ('Irvi lumi
sun *«<!<*«u*<| trtn|M»rary chairman aud
B. W, l.’iirrv secretary.
I l»on motion «»I Timothy Brownhill,
secomlrd By Ford M«*i/.g«*r, it whs «Ir*
Joseph (’r«»wsl«»ii uf Gage prrrinri
ri«lvd to celebrai«* the nalioii'u birth ill
was in GrushAtn last week disposing of
duu a»id lM*c<mdng style. Wbereu |*on a
«»«lie v«*ry finr h«»tn*y.
|M<rmanvnl organ ita I ion wus tffe*lr«i
Mis. J. I». Harmon, formerly Mrs
with (‘barles ( irvelund pf«-ei«h*iit, B.
W. Emery sectetarv and A. Meyers F«» b , him iMfn making tome impruvr*
treasurer, *ai«l «»tliivrr t«» act a* an esec iimiila in her placu on Powell sti«ft.
utive commiltiM* of tb whole.
F. J. Kupn«*r, representing the P4« if»<-
I | mhi ii'oti-ji of I a - uir Miultm k, duly Christian Advocate, was in Gresham
carried, th«» pirddent was empower«*»! till« week looking np a new plan lu ad-
t«», mid did Ap|N«ilit the LdhiWihg cum- vertiee this part of Oregon.
Miss. Teresa Smith of Forest Grove,
Arrangements— I a * w is Nballuck, J M an«l Cha*. Huiilwiry of Portland, viaited
Short, Itola'it Childers.
Mrs Smith, the former's mother, at the
I in a nee- For»l Met ager, I». M Hob I Grv«h tin hotel Fri«lay last.
erta, F B. Htusrl.
Fred lb»bin»M»n •»! G as I qci visited Mrs.
IuatrumriitAl mu«dc— A. Spuri. C. <>.
J. F. I lin la*l Friday.
XI. mi!. I I i. I II. u -.
F. (’. Giltner amt wife of Portiaml
V« m ’ u I inu*ic — - 'tSmythy
wvie visiting Mr*. Giltner« parents Mr.
Pi<»(. C C Baker, Gv»rgr Preston.
I | miu m*>1 i>m the secretary was in* and Mrs. J. F. Forrester lust week.
The H«*rsld acknowledges a pleasant
«Irti I«*I to invit«* all out«i«lr towns in
thi* «listriel to unite with Grveham in a visit from Mrs. J. P. Forrester this
grumi «*clcbrati«M>. The meeting thru week.
idj<>nr iii >I to meet at H p. til. li',*t. Mun*
Mi«-» Lilts Knnpp, ami Will Knapp of
lav, at u bn h time all air cordially Brower, Or«*g«m and Frank Knapp uf
ili\itrd to uttrlrl.
Portland, were guests of Miss itrna
Knapp last Sunday. While enroute to
Gresham with his sister Mill Knapp
(ìrrshtim and Montai Illa ( ross itats . I om I the misfortune lu have one of hi«
The Vdlas «Icfeate I Gresham on the horses lake sick and ha«i to leave it at
(Sweet Briar Farm for tr«*atmenl.
Montavilla diamond last Sutwlav.
List Your Property
0. W. Metzger Ä”
J. H. Chalker
The New Restaurant
Gresham Real Estate Co.
Livery, Feed & Sale Stable
The English Language
Gresham Drug Store
i We will Sure Suit You
Il ls a mir wo» king capitai, Ih«’ mone) timi voli are reeelvlng and paving
out ali thè lime, 1 hai we unni tu talk lo voti aiwnit. I( y«»u bave a chccking
Account a iti» aoiue other hitnk, y«»u will nppreclate wligt we bave to sav all thè
more; If yuu bave no < he« kìi»g aveount, please tuke thia as an Invitation t<»
o | n * u «>n«‘ will» us.
Your money is safer in thè Ismk than anvwhrre else. All
cash in hnnd is kepi fully insuied against burglars and “hohl un.”
All bunkera know , and thè depositors slmiild know, thut t!»e soiimlness of
a batik <lo« s not depi lai ii|Min Un« mìzo of ita capitai or sui plus, butx ii|s>n thè
rliarActer and amount uf its loans and thr pruptjrtion of its deposits hrl«l as a
Our deposits Mnv 21 ........................
Our loans May 21— I oa ih that arc collectible any
bmiiH for s|M*citlrd time......................................... 23,.’ki3.ft6
Cash r«srrvc«l for Immediated payments
Onr-half our loans are on Hist mortgages on farm property. I «> you ki now
of any safer investment«?
Htnrt an account and try it. You rtved not com«» to th«» bank oner a year
if you do not w ant to do <>; mail your checks fur deposit and they will In*
promptly crrdiir<l and you notified.
DEALER IN GOODS OF QUALITY
New Arrivals at Lewis Shattuck’s
Ix>ts of Material, good
T(x)ls. none but skilled
Workmen employed : :
Furniture, includingJawn seats,
New Hammocks just in.
full line of Hay Tools for harvest
bed lounges, mattresses, springs, exten
sion tables, center tables, chairs and
All colors, kinds and prices.
We are agents for the Louden hay
New Mattings, including
all colors and designs.
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rAI/M » 1l\ X NK
New Shoes, ciub.ties, patent,
tan and white, women’s summer goods,
including white and patent oxfords.
Men’s oxford’s. Patents, black and
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.