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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 9, 1907)
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NOW'S THE TIME. HERE'S
tn get your «tm-k of eanmil gis«l«,
grisv-rle«, elr., for your
NfW BAPTIST PASTOR
TAKTS UP THE WORK
Warm Words of Commendation
lor Rev. C. H. McKee, late
of Hood River,
Evcrylhlnq Best <ind Cheapest
MONTAVll.LA, MULTNOMAH COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 9, 1907
of the cbitrcb to gl es the pastor and
lamlly a larewell rwrpiion ; everything
heil la-eii arranged fur the rs-casion, but
Mrs. Hatlie Wostell and children,
in visw of the fai-t tliat liiere wer« some
who have been spending the past Week .
apprehensious entertalned eoneernlng
at Heaside, returned home Wednesday
tli» advisabillty of euch s gsthriing
frotn the facl tliat liiere was a rase ul Fairview to be Scene of Great I afternoon. Hlu- reports a gissl time, .'
in spiu of the fact that it rained near- i
contagiiius disease near thechurch, tbe
Operations in Short Time— ly all the time she was there.
pastor couiiselsd bis members not to
Born to the wife of Wesley Bacon of :
proee««l witli the plan» für the reception.
Handy, a selen pound boy.
Ilev. Mr. McKi« I« a man of splendid
Tin-Gresliam l>all team won a game I
abillly, and he le an indefatlgable
worker. Ile ha» ls-en greatly I m -I ovm I Fairview is all of a bustle ami in a flut | from Heaside Sunday al that place, !
hy bla parisliiunere and higlily respect- ter of excitement just now. Archie I with a score of six to seven. Towns- :
e<l by the Citizen» of llissl River. Ile Mason, the big railroad contractor, ami end and Marshall were the Gresham !
haa planned to tak. a vacation fur eev- ! Ills gang of 120 men, teams, scrapera, imltery. After the game the Isiys en
sral waeka. alter • liicli he will tskr up plow», eicavatora and other railroad joyed the delightful Bea breeze and
the Work of erecting otber cliurcb edi- i-oiistruction |xrapt>ernalia bare ar ■ were shown tlie sights of the sea-coast ■
tlce« for the denomiuation. Ilia last rived In town thia week Thoee wlw> town.
wurde to th« News-Letter reporter were: know Mason and bis work in the past
A party of pleasure seekers from
"All I wanl la another cliurcb to tiuikl.” few years realize at once that some- Portland left Gresham Monday morn-1
MOUNT HOOD RAILWAY
TO COMMENCE WORK
Rev. (' II. McKee, recently of lliasl
River, who was called sevoral weeks
ago as supply pastor to the Gresham
Baptist church, arrived In this city last
IliiblM'rN, Jur» (’oinplvlu
Saturday evening and preached a splen
did sermon Sunday morning. Alter the
HOIK, liti), IUMS, BACON
service the nielli here of the church held
I AKO. 11C.
a short |iu«lrme» sesaion, at which time
Rev. McKee said lie hail decided to take
| a vacation during tbe month of August,
' but, after more careful consideration,
■ woulil la- willing to preach every Sun
day morning during August al II .00
••••••••••••••••••••••••e» u'cbwk, which whs accepted by the
Rev. Mr .Mi-Kec 1« a man of strong
ami ail< doubtless do iimcb
; (ireshani Harber Shop a
Tonsurisi work *.l .11 lln.l. n.sllr «H.I a toward I lie upbuilding of the work in
.(Ul. Ul I..IU
lull.Ill «li I pat In a Illis plnee
• a linier
H|w«king id him and hie
Sell i I ihu Io Uri .h.Hi II,.1.1
work at lb"»-l River, tin* News-Letter of
Kober« fl. Childers, Prop.
a 1 that place «a,■:
llev. <". II McKee, pastor of the Rap-
list i-liim-h <rf lid« city, lias resigned
from (lie pastorate ol thia church In
take Up Id« ililtten in other lii-ld«. lie
came taa thia city alaml nine months ago
to lake up tin* work of oHupleling the
25 acre« in cultivation : ImUrice
church olitlee la-gun by the late llev
rs«ily i-lriireil ; alnimlHiit-r of fruit ;
(air hiiil.ling«; living waler; 3
The local church was fully an are that
mil, ■ from tirvalmm. ♦■'l.tkai.
the la«k of completing the edifice would
require tbe «kill and ability of a com
petent leader. Rev. Mr. McKee of Me- Two of East Multnomah's most pn>mim-nt grangers, who were tlie first to sup
port The Herald in working for a county fair. They are now spending a
assigned the task of tak
"Tte< Hrbatilr Hrsl
vacation at their delightful summer home at Welch's.
<; i ; i : sham .
laid it down, and aa tin- new pastor
arrived on the giminds he found tin- Hr and hit eat finable family left Tues- Hung is sure doing when lie shows
ready support of n willing and helpful •lay for McMinnville, Oregon.
ami so when tlie editor of thia sheet
accidentally stumbled on to Mason be
The work of completing the subscrip
, smelted a railroad story a foot IlMIg.
tion list for the building ol the church Evening Star Wlthdrdws I dir Pkns Manon, »nd to rvlat/», didn't know any*
was the tlist introduction ol the newly
_ thing! But our oM lime lillicum, John
ruRTtAXD, Oregon, Aug. 6, lWh.—To
appointed imator to the members of the
ralmain, a former »hrep man <>i Crook
congregation and the citizens in general. tlie Editor: By a nearly unanimous county, was with him and pane.1 the
Ills wink aa a solicitor was highly satis* vote Evening Star grange. No. 17. at its wink, so we held mv hoping that Mason
factory bi his people, and in a short meeting last Saturday withdrew all its •oul<i •oon
«now get over the
time lie had the necessary amount t>
plana fur bolding a local fair next Octo of the weather (for it wav raining),
justify the umlertsking of the building.
w ir>. and he did. At leas- »uffi -iently to tell
iler, ami will swing Us influence toward
Al tin* time the work uf construction
* *’’* '■•’n'ract signed up
making tlie county fair a su<-. <•»». ' Tlii«
___ ' u* ‘h** ***
a aa la gun II ana difficult to idtfain la-
action was taken after an exhaustive with the Mt. Iluud Railway Light A
Uirvra Io carry the work forward When
dieemwion. Home thought that Even Power company. He had been ordered
tliese conditions lievams apparent tlie
ing Star could go ahead and make its to Fairview ami would doubtless make
|M«bir, logi-ther with the nirnlert of
local fair a sm<e»», and no doubt it hi» livadquarter» there for two years to
the cliureli. pitched in ami wrought
could have done so, but the coma rva* come, at which time he expected bis
mightily until Hie temple wm COMI*
live element was opposed to the grange contract to lie fini»lie>l arid to see trains
living put In the attitude of opposition »running over the company's track from
The church edifice ia a model of neat*
Portland to Mt. Hood and —. Right
to tlie county movement.
ne«a and uuwvenicnce, and a« the prop*
Just balked, and
The action taken was a great sacrifice, ,
erty now «lands it was Iruilt at a coat of
j and it was so ooneiderad by everyone. I much as we ndglit like to, we can't tell
S Evening Star started its fair last Octo- you just where tliat line is going to hit.
, tier .,
. i But
ia going tu
had l»-en aplsiinted
( oiumblj Graphdphoncs and
. ‘Qr Mason never pula in an appearance
Records for sjle
with that big gang of hi» till something
meats. Time for holding the function |
MRS. I. McCOLL, Gresham
i had lieen fixed. Yet in tbe face of all
From the fact that Superintendent
- this, it was decided to suspend tlie
Linney has just closed a deal fur a large
! movement and join witli tbe other
ainuunt of lealty in Fairview, it certain
Dedlh of former Bullrun Resident
I granges of the county. This sacrifice
ly seems very likely that the Monnt
Mrs. Frniirrs Biinfirrtnan died at her
ll<«»l railway will connect with the O.
home in I’ortliiiid Monday, July 22, of
It A N. and <>. W. P. lines at Fairview.
I hail started its movemenl~Iiefore tlie
tiilierculoais. 8lie a am born nt Bullrtin
Gresliam or county movement was tie-
in I skn , and wan therefore 19 years of
«uv. lit i Imrent«* were Mr nn<l \|i> Supply rpntor <»( llrthrl H m pt ini ('liiirrh gun. It ia now lip to tlie promoters of
Good Sunday Services
tlie county/air to make it go. It will'
Timothy I'helpa, who renida at Rullriin.
not do to consider tlie word failure in
Two years ngo »lie waa married to Mr.
The young |>eople of the Baptist
connection with the county fair. With church under the able leadeship of Mias
liannrrmnn and went Io Womlatork. a |
The entire a sjilendid county producing products of
miburli of l'ortlaml, to live. Father and approximately tt.MXI.
Mamie Ihiane, Mi» Bessie Dailey pre
mother, five brothers and one slater amount tn liquidate ' the claim against all kinds of the highest quality, includ siding at the organ, held a very enthu
ing fruits and vegetables, a display at siastic meeting last Sunday.
survive her. 8hr was the youngest of
reliable sutweriptiuna, an.rMill soon be oik ' s complete and representative should lieing no preaching service at the other
be made, tiresham is central ami eas churches. Rev. II. L. St. Clair kindly
Th»* funeral was held nt Ihilhun on collected and paid.
One of the first feature« id the local ily reaeheil from Portland, and Portland
Wednesday nt 2 p. m. nnd the iiiter-
consented to preach in the Baptist
phitrch work which Rev. Mr. McKee biiaine»« men will take an interest. church, which lie did to the delight of
invnt hu »« in Cliffside cemetery.
eiupliaslreil was the placing of the They will make displays, They will
a goodly audience. The members ami
church's financial interest on a strictly assist i A the |ireniium».
, friends of the Baptist church are ur
caa Insis, and in thia effort lie succeeded
A Stxldl Ecd
The educational features »houtd lie gently requested to attend the Sunday-
A social tea uill I t given by Mrs. moat ciliciently. The pastor's salary made prominent. Imteed the educa* school ami preaching service next Sun -
Emery next Wednestlny afternoon, Aug haa all la-eli paid up in full, and all tionsl |*rt is the important one. In day morning, thereby assisting the new
planning for its fair Evening Star grange l>astor as modi aa poaeible in making
I I, from 2:fMi to 5:00, for tlie benefit of incidental ex|M'iim<a are met.
The church haa ex|>erienced a phe made the educational part the main
the I Julies Aid of tlie Methodist churcb.
plans for future work.
nomenal growth under the supervision feature. Arrangements were made for
Everonr cordially invited.
of the retiring |Mstor, and every depart daily lectures from specialists frpm the
ment <d the church lias rcceiveil a new Oregon Agricultural college, the State divided support and cooperation are
A Watson, proprietor of "Tlie Peb iiii|M-tiia under hie ministration. The university and the public schools, be now anmred from the 10 granges in
ble," on tin- Ruse Line road made the Sunday achool, prayer meeting, young sides talks frotn practical men. There Multnomah county, and it now remain»
Herald office n pleasant call on Mon people'« society and various church aux will be no trouble in securing these lec for the business men of tiresham to
day. H<- will hold « public auction on iliaries are in a moat prosperous condi tures and talks for tlie county (air. All make good their promise to do all in
Aug. 14 nt his place. Ills ad np|iear* tion.
in all, the outlook is excellent for a suc tlieir power to make the fair a aucceas.
elsewhere in this issue.
Il has been planneil by the mendiera cessful fair in aM lines. Ix>yal ami tin-
H. W kllo .
0. W. Metzger
J. H. Chalker
we an» hvadquartvn' f<»r
WATCH US GROW
IT IS with due appreciation of llic confidence placed in the laiiik by
I our patrona that we announce tlie bank's deposits as more than
It's pmiicfed at the beginning ♦100,000 deposits by the end id the
lldrd year. If tin- laink continues in its praeent rsphl growth it will have
reached Jhoae figures la-fore the close of the second year.
We give lielow statement showing growth id bank and fully realise
that auch growth means confidence, Our first conaiileration haa always
lieen »nd always will lie, "Protection for depositors," Isitli in caring for
their funds and in making loans.
Aug. fl, lfttifl
I.OSII» und Discounte,
July H. 1907
Aug. 0, 1907
24 0H4 05
FIRST STATE BANK
rv AÑK ' J
by any shop In
Twftwlz. «. f.’H' and ¿i.
Pure, Relreahtng, <
K«*y t<* carry. Cheaper than lemon«.
Our assortment includes the fol
lowing choice varieties: f'ulicura.
Wild Risa-, Transparent Glycerine.
Witch Hazel, etc.
WHITE CANVAS OXKlRDH for '
< I.il-irvn Just a tew at h»lt price.
F. B. STUART & CO.
; Main Street.
GRESHAM. OREGON ;
’ have just installed Horseshoeing Stocks, and am
I K/IIVV now prepared to «in«- the most vicious a« well as
the gentle hone. I have also a modern forge, tire setting machine and otber
up-to-date toole and machine* which, with additional help, place« us in a
position to do good blaeksniithing on «bort notice. Vehicle» painted.
Powell Street, G resham , O regon
A Good Investment
in income-bearing property
L. A. Taylor, the Gresham photo art
Newton Orrof Sandy, wbo recently
in Gresham, bringing $20
ist, is making a speciality of farm »ol<l bi« «tage line t<. Morgan A Donahoe
per month net, for sale at
as individual or group was a pleasant «Ite, at the HwaM «««•
111it 4 FA t >11 a Now las is M a iriuul
good t time
$1600. Enquire of
get a clear and distinct view of your
farm or residence. Get him to take
your picture, and then send it to the of Troutdale, was doing business in
lieraid, have a cut made and publish Gresham Wednesday.
ix-wis Shattuck and family left the j •ssse.s..s.aaaaaa
it so that others may see what good
things we have in this part of the uni- fore |«rt of the week for Welch’s :
where they will spend their vacation. |
Miss Ethel Hammer of Portland and
A. L. Maybee showed his apprecia- i For SADDLES, HARNESS and ALL
Miss Bessie Burkhardt of Lebanon lion uf tbe popular home weekly this
were guest» of Mr». J. C. Allen over week by a friendly call.
All Kinds Repairing quickly done.
Miss Ixda Gdrbe, who recently under
Mi«» Harriet Chandler, who has went an operational the Good Samar- j GUST LARSON, Prop.. Gresham
been visiting her uncle, O. Thomas, for itan hospital for appendicitis is now '
a few weeks, ha» gone to Seattle.
pronounced by her physician to be out
Rev. ('has. H. Porter of Sunnyside, of danger and on the fair way to recov-,
Wash , filled the pulpit of the Metho ery. She will doubtless be able to re-1 HARRY HUXLEY
Decorator and Fainter
dist church Sunday morning in the ab turn home in the near future.
Papering. Prices low.
sence of Dr. A Thompson, who was
The Thomas brothers have just re-, Kalsomining,
Work neat. Call or write him at
called to ltaytou. Wash., to attend a turned from Aims, where they painted ‘
G resham .
the large residence of * Cougar Bill,”
G. H. Sunday called on the editor who recently iiought the Joe Bramtiall
this week and said the rain was a great place in that thriving cummunity.
benefit to tlie farmer.
Cougar Bill, »av tlie Thomas buys,
*I.ast Wednesday night a company of one of those industrious, energetic souls
young people gathered at the home of who believe in doing things. He has
Miss Myrtle Gould and helped her cel- purchased a large numls-r of goats and
ebrate the occasion of her fifteenth is now making a speciality of Mohair
with the same intelligent
Mrs. Richard Forties of Cedarville
care that you select
and Mrs. MaWha'Mallick of Cuyahoga a
* Fall«, Ohio, an old iriecul of the Forbes a
You select your doctor because
family*, a ere Herald callers this week. | I a yob have confidence in his ability.
Mr. an<i Mr» 8. F. Steele of Troutdale a ChtHMe your druggist for the same
gaaid reason. Tlie work of each
and litt’e »on were very welcome visitor»* a depends for its success on the
at the Herald office this week. They a work of the otber.
Read this again and think of it.
are very mnch intereste.1 in the County a a
Fair and Carnival and also in the t'uion a
High School question and hope, within a
the near future to see the latter meet a a Mail orders promptly attended to
with as much success as the County Fair aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaoaaoaaa
The Gresham harness shop is gra in- '
ally but surely taking on a city ap
J. W. RENFRO,
PAIN riXG, W< m »D FINISHING, <!
pearance. causing Gust to wear a
broadening smile, Ami w. II lie might ! I
C au - imixixu , PsrKKHANiiixo
K.-- . neanant View Av., 1 >
for he is keeping pace with the times. ' k KFI>. I.
Gresham Real Estate Co.
m Gresham Harness Shop
Gresham Drug Store
E. P. SMITH
Proprietor East wood Nurseries
The Eastwood nurseries offer as a
premium for the beet exhibit of 10 boxer
of Spitxenburg apple», commercial pack,
at the couling Multnomah fair and car*
nival |25 worth of nursery stock, «me
to be selected from their fall (1907) cat
Miss Mayme II om is in charge of af- j
fairs in the cashier's office at Lewis I
Shattuck's these days, and right well
does she atteud lu business.
Hani to find a farmer without al
smile since that rain.
J. M. Sherwood and son of Cottage
Grove are visiting the former's sister.
Mrs. L. P. Manning.
Basil Li tile page is suffering with
Mrs. II enry Metzger and daughter
Pearl returned last Friday frotn a visit
witli the latter’s aunt at Albany.
We acknowledge a very enjoyable
visit from M. Wheeler and son Willie
and H. L. Waybill of Anderson this
week. Mr. Wheeler and bis family
were among our first acquaintances in
this part of the world, and the good
impressions formed of them at that <
time have not changed, While here j
the party left with us the cash for two
(Continued on last page.)
8. E. Topleinan, our popular depot
birthday. Music and games wen- en
joyed and a lunch was served. All
wished her many happy returns of the
Mrs. G. H. Sunday and son Melvin
have gone to Hutchison. Kan., for a
short visit with her daughter. Mrs. I.
Phone 7 XX.
— AT —
WHEI II IEED OF A GOOD RIG ... .
Retnemlier that you can always
get-Jl from the
Livery, Feed & Sale Stable
B. W. EMERY, Prop’r
Horses fed and cared for by
Single Meal, Day, Week or Month
Fan“; 1«hone 6rtshii, Ore.
To owners of dogs: License on dogs
kept in tlie town of Gresham was due
and payable tu J. H. Metzger, Town
Treasurer, on August 1, 1907. Unless
same is paid by August 20. 1907, tbe
town marshall will be instructed to im-
|«>und all dogs for which said license is
D. M. R obert * , Recorder.
At a great sacrifice.
All the season’s latest at about
50 cents on the dollar
Must close out to make room for our Fall and Winter
Goods. Just come and get your hats at your own price.
Our Shoe Sale
is certainly appreciated as we have only a few season
able shoes left. Come and make your selection
while they last. This is your chance.
Dealer in “Goods of Quality”
SOl.l) ON APPROVAL
Always your Moneys Worth
V.-r, rhol«-« an.l Appetlllng
on all our Ranges and Cook
ing Stoves. 11 you contem
plate buying you will save
good money by buying now.
Uli I INK
Choice line», Fragrant, Cooling
Just tlie thing for hot weather
iug fur a few weeks' vacation at'
” At the GRESHAM HOME BAKERY
Welch'« and vicinity. They were Mr. j
to get some of our fresh baked goods
and Mrs. J. W. Ginder and their
daughters, Lily and Lena, G. F. She Id - HURRY! HURRY!! They are going as fast as we can get them ready I
on and wife, J. D Ham«, wife and Get a drink of Ice Cold Soda from our new soda fountain
daughter, Miss Louise Stanky, J. G.
All Kluvora. Nww nn<< un t«>
iw Crwon, H ik I ii «. too.
J. H. HATCH, Prop., (Si>ee«ssor u, Mrs c. Jnhn*..n.)
Powell st., Gresham, Ore.
Stanky and Win. Ginder.
Carl Wirtz has been visiting with
friends and relatives in Ranier and agent is opening his vacation at Welch’s
Astoria recently He lias aeeepted the in hunting and fishing. Roliert Doane
contract for lathing Bornstedt»* new is ably filling his prwition during his ale
store at Sandy.
Until August 1st we will
10 per cent, discount
We have the MEN and the
TOOLS ready to do your
work on short notice.
GRESHAM LOCALS ¡Toilet
Soaps National Biscuit Dainties
Buy a Range or