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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 25, 1907)
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MONTAVII.I.A, MULTNOMAH COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1907.
FAIR IS OVER
We are giving no more
vote« for the queen, but we
are still Helling
WliAl A FFW EXCHANGES BIG FAIR AND CARNIVAI CLOSED SATURDAY
NIGHT WITH RECORD BREAKING ATTENDANCE
SAY ABOUÏ EHF FAIR
WANE OREGON LANDS
Was Success as an Exposition Big Premium List Awarded for
Finest Stock and Agricul
ol Multnomah’s Resources
tural Show Outside of
the State Fair.
Aqed Pioneer Passes Away
John take, one of Powell
oldest citizens died at hie home, 837 E.
32ml street, Portland, last Sunday, aged
nearly 79 years.
Decea»«*d was born in Clark county,
III., Nov., <1, 1MB.
lie crossed the
plains to California in 1850, and arrived
in Portland in DR, settling in I'ow.ll
Valley in the spring of 1H03.
Mr. laike was marriol twice, On
cemler 10, IBM, to Mary Baltimore, by
wlmm one son waa born. (County Judge
A. E taken» The Itallm).
dri th, he married Susan J. Wigginton
of Portland, to whom nine children
Ilia widow ami seven children survive
him. They are. A. E. I.xke of The
Like the Fair, We Are a Success
Fruit Adds Millions to Oregon’s ;;
in giving our customers the best the market affords ¡[
for their money.
F. B. STUART & CO
GRESHAM, OREGON ¡ [
Out at Gresham this week they are
showing the country and a good part
The live stock show was a vwry
P obtlaxp , Oregon, October 21, 1907.
; of th«* slate how to do things and do creditable on» and elicited praise
—»4,275,135 ia the amount the fruit
l tli«-ni right
No batter example of from all who saw It, e»|H*<-lally the
growers of Oregon will receive for
what an «nlerprlslnic «oinmunlty can |...,:i.l.- on I t
I have jujit inMtalhd ll>>r«4«»h< eintr Stockland am
Much credit la du«
their crop for tbe present year, as
1 do In a short time by everylxidy she«! the superintendent. Mr Cha* Cleve
to Bho* the inoft viri«>u0 a* well aw
ding ills coat and laboring has been land, for th« manner In which tliv
th»* gentle home. I have alwo a nxxiern ftrge, tire netting machine and other
j icr.-ntly given than by th«- work that show was conducted
an<l machine«* which, with additional help, place* n* in a
culture. In making his estimate Mr.
Instituted the Gresham Grange Fair,
|M»>ition to do goo<l bl<M*k*inithing on abort notice. Vehicle« painted.
t were well
Newell does not deal with fancy
ami made th« county come because pleased
Warrents for premiums
Powell Street, G resham , O regon
prices, nor does he include the fruit
Il knew It vniiild be worth while No were all drawn and signed I before th«
that wlil be consumed on the farm.
j on« has ever vlali«*«| the fair but what show waa ended.
Gresham covered herself with glory
waa surprised that *<> much waa done
Mr Dr Wy th> comb«, of Corvallis,
GRLSHAM HOME BAKERY
and was grateful to the other towns U^tnn Thipf!” A’
The premium Hat alone was a bls awarded prize« on cattle, sheep and
1 lllvl ■
to get some of our fresh baked go«>ds
of Multnomah Conty for participating
book and the exhibits were worOty hogs.
In her fair. The showing of live stock, HURRY! 1IURRY!!
They are going as fast as we can get them ready!
Hon. R T. Judd was judge of th«
• | tile premium list. The crowds were
vegetables and fruit was very fine;
>••••••••••••••••••••••••• | there and they were royally enter-
Cold Soda from our new soda fountain
there was a great variety of enter
; tulned ami everything went well and
All Ehiv<irM. New und up to date. Ice Cream H«Mlfoe. too.
tainment; thousands from Portland
I from every aspect It waa tbe aucceaa
were In attendance. The enterprise J. H. HATCH, Prop., <«i>cce**or to Mr* c. Joimson.)
Powell st., Gresham, Ore.
l hat It deaerved to be
, was a success and will be repeated on
Next year Greaham Grange will
liuve a better fair, it w:ll have a year
Tbe Oregon State Dairy Association
to prepare Inalead of a few weeks;
will hold Its annual session in Port
! Il wl'l have better buildings and more
land. Thursday and Friday. December
exhibitor» will 1«. on hand, and the
12th and 13th. instead of the 19th and
WHILE YOU HEAR entire enterprise will be bigger and
20th. Thia change assures some of
better and on a »table foundation and
C. A. Hewitt of Hpring<lale called at
the ablest speakers in the United
all becauae a few anterprialng men
t ie Herald office while attending the
got busy, forgo' their own private
Oregon Is attracting the attention of f *ir last Saturday, and renewol his own
<>P nlons and benefl'a for a month or
Russian and Baltic German immi- and S. Bates' subocriptiun to the Popu
two and worked for the common good
' grants One Inquiry received by the lar Home Weekly.
Prole.lily everybody that ho ped make
I Oregon Development lx-ague from a I
the Greobam fair a auccaM feels aui|>-
F. C. Markwarilt pre«ente«l his prixe
thoroughly reliable source says: "Par
You Save Money by
ly r«*pald ami th«* b«n«flt to the com
ticulars desired of a tract of about pie pumpkin, weighing 36 pounds, to
munity. to th«* Grange, to the entire
4000 acres of good land suitable for I The Herald last Mon<lav, for which we
kiixt Hide, for that matter to the
general farming and stockraising, not acknowledge thanks.
county, cannot now tn* eatlmated
more than 10 ml es from rail or steam i
From time to time the P«*oples
j boat transportation. that can be pur | A. B. Conrad of Cedar district was a
Pra-aa haa aided the Greaham fair
for cash for not to exceed J30 pleisant caller at tbe Herald office the
MRS. I. McCOLL,Greshae ami It ha* don« wbat It could to make
an acre, for a Russian colony.” The fore part of the week.
the fair known In thia district, and
j Inquiry further says:
io arum» th«* support of th« East Bld.
Sherrill Stevens did a nice thing in
| are Circassians from the Caucasus,
buainess men Others In this district
loaning his automobile for the use of
j have helped ami lh<* only regret Is
could not do more, for we
WHEN II IEED OF I GOOD RIG ....
They will bring over their Arab day ami Saturday last week.
knew from the start that this fair
hones. Angora sheep and goats. They
Hr iiiviii I mt that ymi ran alwayw
was to b«* no m«-re local street carni
Miss Inez Lusted, who has been quite
grl it Iron* the
val. and nmat of us rvalalzrd that a
which they may settle and if satisfied ill, is improving.
lH*rnianent county fulr would do won
will be followed by Immigrants from
Mrs Marv Leslie was a pleasant cal
«lets for the E»»t Hide In a way that
the Baltic Germans and from Russia ler at the Herald office the first of the
to thia lltfi«* nothing had been done
Judge J. M Scott, president of the
Good luck to the Greaham fair, now
When in (iresham
Oregon State Good Roads Association week.
rTRF.KT VIEW IX GKES1IAM, LOOKING NORTH
II. W. EMERY, Prop’r
has called a meeting for November 14
Harry Mitchell of Mitchell, Lewie A
lean wish Is that It aucc«-«*d and grow
and 15. at the Portland Commerçai Slaver Co., showed his interest in the
llorses fed ami card h*r l>v
'to th«* full award of Its merits.— I’co !
Mr Samuel Hill, president of fair by furnishing, free of charge, a big
Single Meal, Day, Week or Month
whip by P. J Cronin Co.
’ p ca Press.
It Will PIMM Y ou
the Washington Good Roads Associa
F Ituegg Best Pole team; lap robe
come with a specin) ear into ami driver lor the use of Queen ;
It Is regrettable that the Inade by Mitchell. Ia*wls * S:aver Co
Prof. Eugene Kaox, the well known from the Washington meeting. Novem Lucy and her inaiila on oftening ’lav.
Mra C Cleveland Best hors«* ami
Mr. and Mr*. S. T. Crow. Prop*.
quate transiMirtalion facilities be
iinper*«*n «toe, will give an entertain- ber 12 and 13. and bring with him a
The reception committee, ctimpsel 1
1 'ween Portland nnd Gresham prevent buggy; whip by .Mitchell, Lewis tc
number of Canadian experts. A lan
First Class in every particular
iiirnt at the Metluxliat churvh on Sat
of Mesdames Brownhill, Short, Thonip- ;
j <-d more of the people of thia city
tern slide lecture will be given by
H C Aultman: Drew litter carrier.
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦* [ troni visiting the Multnomah County
unlay evening, Oct. 2b, at 8 p. m. Ad- Hon. Samuel Lancaster, of the Good son, Emery, Carlsun and Mrs. J. W. j
Baths in connection.
Fair held at Gresham last week To
mimi<in: Adults, 25 cents, children, 10 Roads Department at Washington ami Lewis Shattuck, certainly did them- '
34(> Acres < ► I those
Ü For Sale,
who were so fortunate as to
Full details will be announced later.
.elves credit in the showing made on
Poland China—Aged boar: 1st. J. ■*ents.
Gresham, - Oregon ¡¡
find standing room on tbe cars, the
140 Ht H « hi rtillivntion ; ^ mm |
Bishop Scadding Is delivering a Portland Day at the fair. After the
display of Multnomah County agri i <1 Holmes
< • f.imily >>it I iak I ; lW(» 7'HMHH lioiin*
Read the want ads on last |«age
series of lectures in the East, and as banquet, short ad<irt*sses were made by
i-ulturul products was a revela
’ ’ «— . * *ii« h« - il-»* W • I ! f ni h i - li' -1 all
Hour pig; 1st. Webb Farm
< » Hindi* «»( (arm hn|>l< incut*, lhrr*h-
All products on exhibition at
Mayor Short, J. J. Johnson, Geo. W.
Essex Hogs; 1st, Chas Cleveland;
< ' intf niiu’liin«*, »•n’uliBp* riitlrr, tn»u < » Gresham were grown within an hour'«
Hazen, Tom Richardson. Dr. A. Thomp-
¡ ’ loi vtitfint'. Hiilvr |»i|M*«l to hot»»*«'
rid» of l*ortland. nnd between this all prizes wlihottt c<mipet:tlon
ron. Rev. C. A. Nutley ami Timothy
4> nnd barn ; hot nini cold u:»l« r in
(Continue*! on editorial page.)
city and the place where they were ex
ry room I mlloo to R R Hui .
hibited there are a number of remark
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thru | i I hu <*. flG.ono
ably well tilled farms, gardens and
The Weekly Oregonian ami Beaver
in income-bearing property
orchards Portland Is bringing In cel
Mrs. M«iry Hurlburt Hasses Away Q 'j'HIS is the last issue of The Herald before the increased
State Herald both for one year at 32.1X).
ery by the carload from California
in Gresham, bringing $20
Send your order, in now.
The funeral ol Mr*. Mary Hurlburt of
Colorado and even from Washington
month net, for sale at
I ; GRESHAM.
but no hlng In the celery line that has
Everybody felt proud of the aristo
ever been brought to this city from Ba| ti«t church last Sunday, intern eut ■ subscribers who have not taken advantage of the oppor-
$1600. Enquire of
cratic ap)s-arance made by Misses Lucy
outside th« state equals that which in the Gresham cemetery. The services
Metzger, Ida Jones, Florence Stafford,
tunity offered to get their paper for a year longer for
•••••••••••••••••••••••••• W W Colton exhibited at th«* (hesh were under the order ol Eaateru Star of
Essie Crenshaw uml Jennie Metzger and
am Fair aud which Is growing In
their attendants, during the fair.
• (iresham Barber Shop ; wholesale qnantltles on his farm near Troutdale. ol which the deceaM-d wait a Q $1.00. There are some of our folks too whose names still
GRMHAM, OR Kt; ON
member. Mrs. Hurlburt waa HU yeats A appear delinquent on the list. We have given ample time
* Tonitnrtal work <>( nil kli.il«
• »»•! • I Greaham
Miss Julia Blair of Portland visited
qiih kI) doth* Ita «or» ln>nt«| nik I put In
order Nvil d««or lo Urrtliaiii llotrl
iriends in Gresham Sunday. •
H«*ll for |8 per box when grown on
She ia survived by her husband, John Sfor renewals, and hope none will forget that, commencing
Robert H. Childers, Prop.
Miss Cecelia Rockwell of Portland
f looo-an acre land at Hood River are *A. Hurlburt, a well known civil eng -
November 1, if your subscription is not paid in advance
G RUN AM,
took in the sights at the fair Saturday.
•••«•••••••••••••••••••••e no finer than those grown near Gresh Mar, formerly connected with Oregon
For SADDLES. HARNESS and ALL
am. and th«* Yellow Newtowns. Spill-
Q your name will be dropped from the list. Better take
Jesse Simonsen and daughter • Flor
«-nbergs ami other varieties of fruit railroad«.
ence visited tlie former’s son Dalles
exhibited at the fair were a'so the
Her children surviving are as follow»: Q time now to send us that dollar.
equal of any that could be produced Thoma, M. Hurlburt, United State« in
CARLSON & EMERY elsewhere
All Kind, Repairing quickly done.
There were th«» satm*
Sheriff Stevens dropped in on the ed
marks of superiority on all th«* veg«»-
GUST LARSON, Prop., Gresham
Undertakers and Imbdimcrs
tables and fruits, poultry and live
a result Oregon Is being splendidly
Reaches the Great Beyond
Compirli* HtiM'k of rottimi ami furnlubhiK*
stock exhibited But. while the show John Hurlbuit, of Washington; Geo.
Miss l^nra Burkholder, who has be« n-
advertised. The Bishop illustrates his
Il4*amr furnlwlietl If
il» .«Uimi fir
ing made as to what has been done Hurlburt, of the Harriman l ino in
John Erion, a former resident of lectures with lantern slides showing attending higli school here, left Sunday
i .il. pr..ii>|.ii, .in I. I..I
in the development of our natural re
Oregon; Mr». Waldemar Seton; Mrs. Pleasant Home, was buried from the the agricultural products, fruit, scen fireside with her sister in St. Johns,
HARRY HUXLEY, . .
sources which lie at the gates of th«*
Gresham Methodist church Monday aft- ery and general attractions of the where she will attend Portlaud high
city Is remarkable. It I» no more sur Lillie Sill of Spokane.
Decorator and Painter
Mr. and Mra. Hurlburt formerly lived c noon, Dr. A. Thompson officiating.
prising than the possibilities for fur
The business men of Portland ad school.
Kalsontining, Papering. Price« low.
on their farm in Hurlburt, east of the
dressed the pupils of most of the
J. W. RENFRO,
Harold Ross of St. Helens was a fair
Work neat. Call or write him at
Betweea the «ny limit* of Ormhaa Sandy river., but for seveial year» past 1849.
He came to America 12 years schools of the city last Friday after visitor last Saturday.
i : PAINTING, WOOD FINISHING,
G resham ,
and the City of Portland. In fact for
have la*en making their home in Port later, ami was a soldier in the civil war.
C aia tmim .«« i , I' ai - khiiamuivu
Miss Rena Knapp is assisting Mrs. I.
miles in any direction out of Portland
habit, however, with the business men
’ ’ RED i,
Km . Ricanant View Av ,
Last July, in the presence ol
lie thousands of acres of rich land land.
McColl in the postoffice.
’ ’ Phon«* 7 I
capable of producing enormous quan their children ami friend», Mr. and Mrs. Maybee, who died in Kansas several
Record prices for Oregon fruit are
Mrs. W. J. Wirtz is visiting her par
titles of fruit ami garden truck which Hurlburt celebrated their fiftieth wed year* ago. lie is survived by five chil reported from many portions of the
ents in Forest Grove this week. Her
we are now obliged to bring Into the ding anniversary at the home of Judge dren ami a large number of friends and state
THF. PORTLAND BARBER
city from beyond the state line
I* now located at Gresham and will do
The success that has attended poul Waldemar Setoil in Portland.
the fair last week, taking sp«*cial prizes
your work at th. old price*.
A number of car«ls are hekl at the
try raising In the vicinity of Gresham
on fancy work of her own make.
Opposite D m Meter s store.
Is a guarani«*«* that the Industry can
Transportation Iddlities Hurt L dir
Gresham (»oatoftice becaue«* they have
E. J. Gra<lin was a pleasant caller
tor, is pre|mring to make things move
be expanded to proportions which
may some day I»«* sufficient to supply
at the Herald office Tuesday. He won
in the real estate line in Sandy, was in
Mondays mid Fridays at Mrs. F. It. the Portland demand and even leave was only a partial success
an envelope, a.« re«piire«l by law.
Read the want ads on jaige 8.
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carry the crowd to Portland amt from
thence to th«* grounds, but Manager
Fuller pal«! no heed to the request of
the committee for such transportation,
and aa a consequence our people had
t«> run chances on the regular ser
As a result less than half the
■ number attended that otherwise would
■ have don«* so yesterday
FIRST CIASS GOODS AT
ROCK BOTTOM PRICES
0. W. Metzger
EAT HOT PEANUTS
GRESHAM LOCALS Drugs and Stationery
Livery, Feed & Sale Stable
i: J. H. Chalker
A Good Investment
Gresham Real Estate Co.
TRY. Gresham Harness Shop
DR. MRS. RAMSEY
LEWIS SHATTUCK 3
Dealer in “Goods of Quality
Main Street. GRfSHAM, OREGON
Penciled lldmburqs Win dl Edlr
A very pretty pen of Gohlen Penciled
Hamburgs that won Drat prize at the
Gresham poultry show was the propeity
of J. R. Forls*« of Cedarville.
His birds have a long list of prizes to
tehir credit. They won four prizes at
the I’ortlaml poultry show, six prizes at
Salem State fair, four prizes at Spokane
Inter-State fair, ami th«* five prizes jmt
won here give him 19 prizes for his
birds. Nine of these were first prizes,
all of which were won in 1907.
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and Beaver State Herald one year for
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milla ucea to lieaver State Herald,
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