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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 2, 1907)
inaurane« in the grange
Th«y ar« Icwl, Orwguti, h>r a month's trip among
laith s>'lid and sulwtantlal and riwapor th* grain flvid» at Ruhl«'» ranch.
than any other. Thera ar« facts w hich
you can “Mcerlaiu by finding out.’’
The Gate Keeper
••io Faith. In Hope. In Charity, and with HdeMty"
Conducted by E. I.. Thorp».
The Grange—Its Work, and its Mission—The Old
Loft—Good of the Order.
Women have the liest ol the men in
Ed. Smith of Aurora, Oiegon, Uaited
the grange. They an* eltgibfe to evmry
office, while four office« are their« to Ixxwi Nifey over Sunday.
F. A. Bauman, who received •ever«'
• which no man may aspire. That ia one
u lrn 1 reason why the grange ia auch a amvera , injurtea from a fall three weeks ago ia
I There is som» talk 0Í increasing the «•"ling very slowly
Gua Richey, wife ami children, start-
yearly dm*» of Multnomah county Pm
I mona. It
I will probably becituH» neera- «1 Momlay by team for the «owl. going
We an* able to cmtcentrate public saw if it must pay l-M to the local i to Neatheart'a hay, n«ar Tillamook,
A well-known farmer and h »rticultu-
ami in shaping |Hil>li<* senti- grange which entertains it every three ' where they will spend a lew waeka,
rist <>f the Willamette valley, who wishes
1. W. Butler uf l*l«>»aiit View aveiim*
his name wfthheld, haa written The I meat.
Ex-Govetmir Nash o( Ohio u bile
Corrwpondence ia wanted from each was a Herald visitor rally Monday
Gate Keeper as follows :
“The other day I saw a copy of The speaking of the value of the order, said : grange. Some have appointed a re morning.
While then* was only about 10 per porter. some have not. Publicity ia the
Frank Moore of Ohio ia spending Ida
Beavkr Stele Herald and at once be
came interest«! in vour grange dejwrt- *vnt of the farmers of the cmntrywgan- beat thing known, and The Gate Keeper vacation with hi. brother. W. V. Moors.
ment. 1 began to think that parhap. «•’«*>•“
10 '*r <*'“ •>«*>»**'>
ia anxious for new». Write us all y«at
The grange ia to build a hall here in
there are w.me th.ng.1 don't know, am! -trumentel in
unng mor. legi.I.Don know and ask your brothers and sisters
the near future.
the work and miraion of the grange is ">•“
benrfeud to the agncultural for more. Send it in Iwbwv Tuesday.
Mra. M Woodson of l.mthi-n. Ore ,
one uf them.
Now, will you kindly ■»ten-.ts than the enbre 90 per cent
Bring an application or two along was a guest of D, M. t'alliey and family
enlighten me and vour other readers 'r*10 *vr* unorgaiiiMsL
when you visit our county fair. It will [
the past week.
raaaon w hv any
.nd rand me a sample copy eont.ining Then*
T'-' r>' J*
Iw a gixxl opportunity to induce your
; farmer should not join the grange, and
Mra. S-hnidler, »ile of Wrn. Schrod
your reply T"
neighbor to join the grange. Bcaide«.
! every good reason why he should. The
ler, whu has i-hargv of F Drvsrar's atom
you will l*e doing good, which ia one of .
The Gate Keeper is glad to answer
history of the grange prove« its success
at Gearhart, made a living visit to her
your obligation«. Your neighbor« will
the above letter, not only for the bene
and with the wisdom of the past, a
sister, Mra. D. M. Cathy, Sunday.
fit of the writer, but for that of all oth
growing membership in every i*art of
er». Our reply will not I* original, lie
the country it will prove a greater bene
cause it will only lie what every meni-
factor to every farmer in the future.
ber of the grange has heard at one time
Mr. and Mra. J. Young of Salem are
or another; but it will be instructive,
THE 01.1» BARN LOFT.
On the death of Edward CoIlina of visiting Rockwood frieiitla thia week.
even to them, ami others are invited to j There were day», a* a bov. when 1 wailed the Multnomah grange. No. 71, Multnomah
Real estate i» liootning near here.
read it with a view to remembering
S. Bliss I ms sold his ten acre« ou the
what is written, and to profit thereby l Of haying and harvest with infinite give.
Whereas, tn the wisdom ol our heav Base Line road for ibani.
Other queries will be answer«!, if |»ssi- For I knew that the barn would be filled to enly Fatlier lie has sen tit to remove
Mr. and Mrs. J. Brown left last Sat
W hh sweet •rented clover from over the lea. from our midst. Worthy Brother Ed
There are other agencies besides the When the «wift summons tied and the ice king ward Callins, who departed from this urday for the coast. Mr Brown will
•lay ever Sunday. Ins wife remainipg a
grange now at work in many rural dis- (
Ufe June 10. 1907, and whereas, in llie
The air and the waters to crystal» full oft.
week or ten days longer as the guest of
tricts which are not cr«lit«l to the
I chuckled with joy for the pleasure o< spurn
grange, yet which are indirectly the:
Grange has loot a worthy brother, the
effect of ita work and inluence. These
The Nichols place on the Rase Line
Hi» gift* for a frolic in the old barn loft.
community an honored and reepected
agencies have lieen maintain«! and Oh. many the time have 1 waited iu gladness citizen and the family a devoted father, was recently sold at a good price.
much ne«l«f relief secured for the agri
For the mow to be tilled from the floor to the therefore be it
Mism*» Mary and Maude Harvey vis-
cultural classes, in and through the
Resolved, That we extend our lieart- i*«i Miss Mari« Lovelace Sunday after
Ami many the bruise have I carried in sadness
Mementoes of tumbles from heighths near felt sympathies to the Iwrvaved family.
E. B. Dorsett, lecturer of the Penn
Resolved, That our charter lie draped
sylvania state grange, says:
And sometime* l’d see, through a crevice or for thirty day«, that a copy of these res
“Tbe very spirit of progress w hich is
olution» be sent to the family of the de-
Old Dubbin awaiting me dow n in the croft.
Spokane, Wash , is vis
so manifest today, the ‘reform wave'
ceased, a copy to the county paper for
But always tn vaiu was his neighing aud wait
which seems to be sweeping our entire
publication and a copy I k * spread upon iting her sister, Mr». S. E. Stafford.
country, is largely the result of that
Until through with my sport in the old barn the minutes of the grange.
Quite a number from here attend«!
inspiration which comes through asso
the funeral of our esteemed neighbor
Mas. Axxix Ca.swaLL
ciation and organization. The study of My
hand* would reach out for a beam or a
ami friend, Alfml Baker, in Portland.
Maa. E. D. H xmiliux
the many intricate questions «instantly
A. B. Wood.
Little Bertie Wheeler lias liven quite
A* I sprang from tbe hay for a swing in the
arising in the broad field at agriculture
and other departments of rural life,
But often I’d mi*» with a fall to come after
The social given al the Lome of Mr.
would not have made such raytid prog
Each failure to reach them with never a
aud Mrs.Alder was not largely attend«!
ress had it not been for the stimulating
John Bramhall ami Homer Kirke vis
and fostering influence oí the grange as For I kaew itut the seedy lour, down by the
it«! at Estacada Sunday.
an organization to help it along. The
Resolutions of Resped
Would stop tuy wiki tumbles, though not
social conditions of the farmers have ¡
quite as soft
been greatly improv«! by the influ As the great piles around me. nor free from all
ences of organized effort."
As the hay cushions there in the old barn
These won!» by Brother Dorsett are
but the refl« tion of what every granger
And nou, when my footsteps are slow or tin
already know«. He was speaking to an
outsider, even as we are doing. Every
And 1 feel my way by the slept» near the wall-
person of intelligence who has taken I grasp a firm railing that always was ready
Tv save me, pe nr ha nee from a slip or a fall.
notice knows that the spirit of emula
And always when reaching the summit of
tion has brought great changes in tbe
betterment of rural homes and the gen
To fond recollections my hat ha* been doffed.
eral conditions of the farmer« of thia For I know that the days cf my boyhood are
And all my wild joys in the old barn loft.
The grange has been the means of
E iu K mk L. TMoars.
strengthening the fraternal ties which
bind us together in fraternal fellowship,
GOOD Of THE ORDER.
which is of more value to us than all
The doors of the grange always sw ing
the cost. Tbe grange stands at tbe
hea-1 of all other organizations as an inward—never outward.
educator, loth in morals and intellec
Rockwood grange initiated three new
tual development. It has been an im me tubers at its last meeting and bad &
portant factor in shaping the inoral, nice social time.
social, political, business and intellec
Rockwood ia making preparations for
tual education of its members. Com Pomona on Sept. 18.
pare the conditions of the people of the thing doing at Rockwood.
rural districts today with that of thirty
Attendance at the grange meetings is
years ago, and note the improvements
rather light just now, but wait until the
which have come to them as a direct
harvest work is over and then watch us.
result of tbe work and teachings of the
That county fair is coming. It will
be one of the good things the grange is
Tbe political benefits which have
The grange has
come to the farmer« are due largely to
begun the work. Everybody push.
grange effort. It takes the lead in all
Some of the granges say they will not
government reforms and attracts the
attention of misdeeds of public officials. entertain Pomona for $20 ami furnish
It brings almut public improvements everything. Perhaps the old custom of
that are alike beneficial to our members bringing heavily laden baskets was the
ami all others who belong to the great best after all.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Simmons »ere
visitors of Portland Satunlay.
Mrs. J. M. Hillyard ia very ill.
Mrs. Florence Wihlon was in Port-
Misses Alice and Lilly Rasmussen
«pent Sunday at Andersen’s.
Residence Properties, Family Parties, is
Transportation of Baggage or Families
Phone Orders Promptly Attended to
When Going to the Mountains Take ...
Boring Livery ¿
Stable’s Stage Line
MEETS 9:30 car Irani PORTLAND, arriving at BORING 10:35 a. m.,
making connection at SANDY with stage lor SALMON and
LEAVES SANDY at 12:30 noon, connecting with car leaving BORING
lor PORTLAND at 2:05 p. m.
BORING, OREGON X
< Morgan & Donahue» Props.
Mary of Corbett cwll«l on Mr. and Mrs.
Ekdptlst Services Next Sundjy
M. Rickert last Sunday altermsm. Miss
S. 0. Sherrill of Vancouver,
Mary is the principal oi one ol t’ncl«
Washington, » pnuiiliienl Baptist min
Sam's Indian raboola.
ister, will presell at the Cottrell Itapllst
Mi»s Advlaine Hammuml, a teacher
church next Sumlay moruing al II
ill ime of the Portland school», I» visit
o’clock, from the text “Jesus Wept”,
ing with Mrs. Rae Eians during vaca
sinl at tlie'l’lessaiil Home clia|ivl in the
afternoon at three o'clock.
Ttioo. O. Regan Jr. ami hia sister ami Iriemis of the cliureh arc urg.-ully
Margaret »|wiit a trw dava in Portland r«|u«*»tnl tu alten.l tlie»e mevliiiga
Mr. Sherrill «mie» well r«-ommeinl«l
ami is worthy of a gissi su.liemr
Combination Subscription Rates
Mini suit muh in irai rtau
You (<MI Sdve Money
by Mtilimriliiiig through
II kralp .
Mrs. Ilanult. n ami daughter of Gresh
am were visiting Mr. aud Mr«. Barks
H«*n* ia tike liât. Inaatnurh, however,
na we have U> een«l raah in stivane* fur
all mitaule auliarriId l<ma, we muat aah
k ill t.i km II« M ini I I.fing rrinittaiirv«
Mr. Otis is able to I m * around again.
Dr. Rowland, M F. presiding elder,
prracli«! here Sunday evening.
Miss Willena Shriner is home from
Bullwood on a short visit,
Mrs. Bacon received news of her
brother's death in eastern Oregon a few
day s ago.
The grangers held a picnic in the
Kelly |>ark laat Satunlay A large num
her were preaenl ami a good lime was
enjoyed by all.
M im Minnie Shriner has gone t<>
Kelso to visit bar sister, Mrs E E Jack
Miaa Alice Stephana and Mias Mary
Hughes of Portland were visiting friends
and relative» at Pleasant H oiik recently.
W KKKI.Y OMKUONI AN
l»AII Y '»IlKaiONIaN
D id and **I N|»AY (»KK u ONIAN a ta>
Notks for Publication
OAIIA 'TAI KURAM
MF.MI WKKKI.Y JOI KNAL
l*e|wriment ol ths Interior
I .a n«l office at Portland, orrgon, July •. lav?
Notice I« hereby gtvrii that Airt Tri« k« y of HAII.Y and M('Nt»AY J o VRN a L
raliner. tkrrgon. ha« tiled mdlre ««I hl« Intrn
ihm to make Huai Ave yrar pr«a»f In «up|M>rt >>f P A< IFIf lloMKxrKAl»
Pxkl’LTKY JOl RNAt (Monthly!
hl« claim, via
Homcatead entry. N«> i.*«/.*
TIIK M lhM»| AND IlnMKlMikiy) I <a»
matt«* »ul> I. I«» fur Ihr M I g N K I 4 ao«l M
i wp i s it rr ... i .i-i
waid prostf will be inaile hrfurw the rvglutrr
«nd rr**vivrr at Portland, Otvguti. on Augu»t
Ile nani«** ihr folltiwlng w itto prove
hi» «xtntlMUow« rraidvitce uptMt. and t uitiva
littii of. th«' land. »I«
N >- Turner and K»l Trlrkrt of Palmer. Ore
gun. h«M»rgr Nmllh of Bridal veil, <»rvgt>u. and
Aiea Harr of I aionrtdle Fall». Oregon
A iurrmon H D rrmrr . Ktglalrr
Pir«t publication, July i'J. Ia«t pubi h*a I ton.
% ug V.
The firm of Ursm A Quay has sold
out to Mr«. George Car|M*nter am! her
sister, Miss Lena Smith.
Thi« pure ia lor delivery by mall »air Papar»
m<) tw> orni Io M-1 tarale addreawa Mu bar rip
lion« may begin al any lime
Undertaken und tmbdlmcrs
I omplrtr «lork of ««»ffint au«l furnlabluga
llearaa furnlahed If deairrd «*-..1».-,
« all« promptly ali»u«l«*d
Subscribe lor The Herald.
Subscribe for The Herald.
C. H. ATWOOD, M. I).
liuuKipathic Physician and Surgeon
Cali* allrn«h-«l 4a) or ulgbl.
< »fRt r phoiir. Main AS; It«*» pb«»ne. Main M
OtBcv. over Hliiart u «torv. Main Mtr«et ml
«IrfM*«*, Main »trrel. near Third. UlCliHHAM
J. M. Short, M. D.
S. P. Bittner, M. D.
Pk » sl< laas-S«rgt«sa
SELL YOUR CREAM
DR. H. H. OTT,
K N T I «I T
Damascus Creamery Co.
J. G. McElroy,
Butter-iat, f. o. b. Boring, 25c. Prices subject to ]
Wagon will call. Write for particulars to
Sl'RGEOi < > change.
Ottur at Sandy Holot.
BANTYY. till ORK< •< >7
EAST SECTION LINE
Mr. Woodward haa been home the
|«st week attending to the harvest of
Mr. and Mra. Ekstrom and daughter
Mrs Samuel McKeown ami daughter
sjient Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mary have left for a visit in the east.
Mrs. John Palmblad.
John Lynch has returned home from
C'has. I'nia and daughter Elizabeth
Alaska looking fine.
have been visiting friends at Stella,
Mrs. L. (’. Klingensmyth and Mrs.
J. F. Altobouee of Pittaburg, Pa., who
Miss Emily Palmblad has been visit were visiting M. J. Allahouae ami wife,
ing her sister, Mrs. K. Gustafson, of have left for Seattle, Wash,
Mr. Johnston haa moved his family to
A number of young people from here Mr. I^evel'w place.
attended the camp meeting Sunday
and photos of Churches, Schoolhouses,
Attorney at Law
737 Chamber ol Commerce
Phone Main 3.3flfl
ßreshd« Lodgi No. 125,1. 0. 0. F„
Meets every Satunlay night in Odd Fel
J. G Metzger, N. G. ; I».
M. Roberta, S«-retary.
meet» 1st and 3rd Wednewlays of each
month. All visiting brothers npn-ially
invited to alterni.
DAMASCUS CREAMERY COMPANY
— GF EVERY DESCRIPTION —
Everything from a Fork Handle to a Rake or a Mower is carried hy
the Pleasant Home Blacksmith
Clover Camp No. 3IH. Gresh-
who also does All Kinds of Machine and Repair Work at fanreat Prices
' am, meets in Regner’» Hall
We are all glad to see Carl Keller j
on ft! and 4th Mondays at M p. m. J. N.
Horscshocinti my specialty.
See me for Vehicles. Machinery. Elc.
Mrs. Ralph Keibauer is staying with Clanahan, C. C.; L. P. Manning, Clerk
Visiting Woodmen We'come.
Mi»iu*e 11 ilma and Tilla Lind ami
Clara Johnson made a business trip to who is suffering from a cancer,
Notice for Publication
is small hofies for her recovery.
Timber 14in«1. Art Jnne S. IM7N
Portland last week.
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(JnlU*<1 Htatet I uud I office, Portland, Oregon,
John Burby baa been working for L. May 3U, I*r7
■ I •
Nolive in hereby given that In compliant*«*
A. Itaviea, helping dig a well for the with the provision* of the aet of CongreMi of
NEWTON Oil, ;;
I «st week.
thither land* in th«* Mt• ten of < allfornla, <>n-
Mr». C. Coffman ha« bean dangerou«- i
Mr. and Mr». George
exterfoled to all the Public I j U k I state« by art
proud poaeaaors of a fine new up-to-date of August, t, I m V2.
Handy tor Boring
Ben Beach haa gone to the eaatern top buggy.
of Portland. County of Multnomah. Htale <»f
m. < »
Oregon, han thin «lay filed In thia office hit»
Oregon harveat held».
Guy Rola-rtaon and «later, Mias Mar Rworn statement No. 74.1«», f»r the pureha»« <»f
Boring fur Handy.
m. ' >
Judd Amend, lately of Oleen'a mill, ian, apent Saturday afternoon and the W 12 of NW 1 4 and NW I 4 of MW I 4 of
m* : :
S«*rtlon No. 14. In Township No I N, Range No
han been visiting L. J. Banner and en- Sunday at the home of their cousin, I Ka*t, an«l will offer proof to «how that the O Al^Hsmly makes connections with Salmon mail stage
joying liimm-lf fishing and hunting.
mreta firat car at Boring.
Mra. Max Davie».
atone than f«>r agrlr ii It oral uiirptHtr« and to
Now is the time
to get a good picture of your farm home or family
group, your fine stock, etc., etc.
Sandy Stage and Livery
We do anything and everything in the line of
high-class photography at lowest rates.
As an introduction
I am offering Stamp Pictures, 24 for 25c
Mias Maud Manary fa home for a
month'» vacation with tier parents, Mr.
The TrouUlale fire recently left the an<l Mra. J Manary.
Mias Rubie Goulet of Portland is vis
Buckley’s among the lieavy sufferers,
the hotel building owned by them la-ing iting Mra. Anna Creswell thia week.
St Cl ION UM
CALL AT GALLERY
eiitabliiih her claim to »al«l land before Keg I it ter
and Receiver at Portland, Oregon,«»! Tueaday,
the loth day of Mepleiiiber, IWL
lie name« an witn«’««e« II. W Ran«l of Port
land, Oregon, O. L. Kennedy of Portland. Ore
gon, J <' Burke of Portland, Oregon, <’ II
»»«lar«l of Portland, Oregon.
Any and all nereonaclaiming adversely the
atxive dearrihe«! land« are re«|ueate<l to file
their «-lalma in thia office on or before «aid loth
day of Me ptember. I*!?
AlJiKRNON N hRKMMKR, Register
Firat publication, June 2g, 1W7, laat Aug 23
a sa«l loss, only partly insureil.
Mra. M. Hamilton ami sone, Alfred
A numlier of prostrations, the result »nd Eddie, started for the coast, fxtng
of hot weather, have occured in these Heat h, Tuesday for a week or two.
fiarts, Mr. Hornicker being one of the
Mrs. J. W. Rol«rtaon and son Guy
ami daughter Marian visited the me
Mrs. B. Smith, who has been visit- tropolis Wedm-wlay.
ing the Arnspigers, left last Friday for
her home in Seattle.
in the big tent in rear of Gresham Hotel,
L - A. Taylor,
When you can save money by buying of
J. B. TAWNEY
Have Removed to
We handle anything in the line of
knick Start 211 S« cm 4 ttr««t
Where they will Is- p1e»M-^ to »•» all
thelrohl cu.loni.-r» sod msny new ou, «
last Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs.
A trio of yonng men, E. Crosier, Geo. M. Rickert at Springhill farm.
; Remember place.
Cummings and Roy Buckley left for Al-1 Joaeph Leader, bis mother and listel
WHY GO TO PORTLAND
: Hyland Bros. [sJ:
Th«* dance given at Hurlburt hall last
Neighbor Iiollerick lia« reri toi the
Saturday night araa a snccera, the hall •
Kirkwood farm for five years.
Roy Newcombe ami Miss Mary Ange bring crowded to ita fullest capacity.
lo were married the laat of the week.
H. M. Davie. Arthur Ix-lsnd ami •
We wish them every grxxl luck in their Frank Bnrm-tt and their families spent •
Mira Marquett. Stafford ami Mr.
Kane were marri«l in Portland Sunday.
Mrs Mary Kirk uf Canby, Mrs P. K.
Miaa Minnie Smith has returned !
Hudson s, where she < Bonaigh» ami daughters, Mr. ami Mrs
home from C. A. I'
P. II. Tabke. Mr. and Mn». Harry Tal>-
has been staying.
ke, T. Anderton of Port lau« I anti lionirr
Miss Mary Bowen is home.
Kirk and daughter, Mm. Knapp of Nor
John Dickenaon visited his folk» Sun
ton, Kanaai, viailed at the borne oi
Mr. and Mra. John Brainball Sunday.
Walter I-usted visited lx* Roy Ra*l-
Arthur Menu«-a ia visiting with liia
aiater, Mm. l>ai Ntrebin.
Clifford Schneider led Christian En
Mr. and Mra. Grant of Portland *|M»nl
deavor last Sunday evening. Quite a
Sunday with Mra. Grant*« parent*, Mr.
number were present.
and Mm. McKay.
Tom l-auderhack visited hi» parents
A crowd <•! young folks enjoyed the '
Mr. Crowston, our old friend ami
afterniam on the lank« of the Sandy |
neighbor, wax here last week looking
A new road is being being built from after bin farm.
Miaa Stella Anderson has returned
the Sandy road to the pipe line.
(rom Hillsdale where »be lias been vie-
Al Edwards, with a gang of men, is
busy working the roads in this vicinity.
The thdiing of Salmon in Columbia
Chas. Oleson A Co. will shut down
Biver ia improving rapidly.
their saw mill for a aliort time for re
H. W. Rasmnssen, who ha» large
buainera interests in Tacoma, left thia
J. If. Dixon, wife and lavbv are visit
place for home last Tuesday aci ompa-
ing Mrs. Dixon's parents.
nied l>y hi» wife. They have »|>ent a
Tom Dunn ia night watch at Proctor
couple of week» with relative., here.
A Beers' saw mill.
Min Maud Walter», who haa been
working in Portland, ia »|»-nding a cou
ple of week» at home.
Mrs. E. E. Elliot visited in Gresham
Remember there is both fire and life
class of agriculturists.
Livery Rigs by day or trip
Pmrn.sgn, Ga. J
Wagons, Buggies, I arming Implements, Harness
Moline and Peter Schutler Wagons, Acme
Harvesting Machinery, etc.
Give us a calk and Is* convinced.