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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 1, 1907)
It's all right to tell the boy to
stay on th«* farm, provided he is
content and fitt»**i to stay there,
but if the boy has a natural in
clination for mechanics, or the
professions, it is certainly more
sensible to help him to become a
giknl mechanic or professional
than a poor farmer.
Published Every Fridwy »1 Greshsm. Or»., by «lie B ka VIR S tat « P vbsuhixu Co
BROWNHILL. E ditvr
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M ovtavill * Ornes, 315 Villa A t .; Porruom Omen. ft»» Goodnough DuiMing
Entere*! a* second eia»» matter at the poatottce at G re» ha
A FEW MINUTES WITH THE EDITOR
The Herald is indeed grateful
to its many friends at Troutdale
for material expression of their
esteem and confidence in the
management of their paper,
Without solicitation, the citizens
of that thriving little city ex-
pressed their desire that The
Herald should do all the town
printing. The Herald certainly
appreciates this mark of confi-
dence and hopes to merit the
kindly treatment received at the
hands of Troutdale’s citizens.
SUN MON TUE WED THU
the «landar»! wa» high. there bring
s » hih » of i he best bre*l birds cn the
WOSCIlFTlOO HATES l‘er Year II V in advance to foreign c.n;-.:n •
coast on exhibit, II Kinghoune with
trial unbarripti*»n* 25c Single copies V. Ask for our clubbing rat. '»
hi« fine flock of White 11 yandotU*«,
«■ITTIOCES - lould N sent by Express or PoHoflnc Money Order. R<*
FillHTta ¡»Hillty yard« with their bit «Is,
Stamps accepted up to 35 cents.
BKBPVB for suliacripi. n» ere not aent nnleaa rrqntated Theta»’
v. ir pap
ami Wmdle Br«w. with I heir large
rate within ta -week» the nvt .pt of vour rrnuttai . . If it d.«« « not pb »‘
exhibit, together with many smaller
OOCSOTiSUAftCfS Ind«:, t-« to th. » »h
th. majority .o ur » »
When saloonkeepers persist in hrtnslers, made an ex«epti«mally fine
until all arrearage 1» paid and an order to dforontinne 1» nvetred
It you » » -
selling liquor to minors and poultry show. This department was
slopped at end of the year, state the fact when you send your sub»« ript.on and it «
CMAKE Of 4000(5$ !■ on!« r .ng change of addn-aa flea old a» well aa
* ad Ires*
keeping a rough under the auperviaion of II. C. Schell
COBUSWOfVS r. want I in every immunity If n«> corn»;
«1 I <
gambling, and hous, who was alao sii|H»riiUemlent of
neighbor ho*»*!. you are respectfully reqv »ted to send iu a> many V
; tlrM tii*ei
AlVfRTiSJM urn l F*. Al ADV > KTISIS «et in lea !« I » \ p. ni. IU
and de the State Fair poultry exhibit this» year.
He is a very ca|»able man. a» was evi
Ar per line each subsequent insertion. PISPl.AV Al'V T RTISIX* >. X
fying the law. they are simply denced by the tine show« at l»uth fairs.
issue K> I
Ua* per single column inch each issue. li inches or over. Sep*
or over. 17 I Jr per inch each issue 60 inches or over. 15c per ir
tightening the rope around their The agricultural exhibit, as wo pre
(any site) 5c per inch additional REAPERS, lc p. r won! ea. h issu
necks. The saloonkeepers of viously xtated, was gixx! in every way
for leas than SOaenta. LOCALS (Want Column only). lc per word ea.
tlgur.s. »•. la I al or an abbr. vtattoa as • ■ • *• rd M •
»«I sew . peed tor
who are responsible for in quantity, quality ami arrangement.
*• V p*l
cents PROFESSIONAL ARl»s ( tie inch) ¿Sc each issue t’AROSOF HIANKJl
of a 15-year-old boy at On entering the agricultural building
ing two inch«'») 50 cents LETTERS OF CONDOLES« E (not « \ce*
one would ¡»asi» between two giant stalk«
OBITl ARIES for actual subscribers or members of their Tamili«« up
that place have only added oil to of corn standing twelve, or more feet
all over WO words, lc a w«>rd (invariably in advance), fount the words and n v
the flame, which is gradually in height, ami looking «mwn the length
AL Lodge. Grunge. Shod. < hunch, or other notices or advertisements .4 >
dames, concerts, theatricals, etc . given f«»r a profit. charged for at regular rate*
but surely killing the saloon.
of the btNlding were vegetables, fruit»
*n order to insure change of ad advertisers must have copy iu this office
of ail varieties ami sizes.
Tuesday preceding day of publication.
A reasonable discount will be allowed from above prices on written conti met
In the death of Dr. I. D. Driver The stock exhibit was very g»kxl,
considering that the ¡»»»¡de are glVCD
particulars enquire at office.
at Tangent. Oregon, last Thurs up to dairying almost exclusively.
JOO MMfflSC is our s|«c:alty. We are well equipped to dothebestw rkal
Especially farmers* and business men's Letter Heads. Envelopes. Rutter W rnpp*
day the Methodist church loses Chas. Cleveland, Jr., of Gresham had
de., in small «*r large ..unktitic* Auci n Bill* lkxigvrs. I’oMvts. ct« ; . «
its most learned theologian and some excellent Black E»»ex swim»,
state one of its best citizens. which were first priiv winners Mr.
RAILWAY AN ASSURED THING
and a successful event is assured.
over 60 years Dr. Driver Cleveland also had a fine exhibit of
All is well that ends well.
dairy breed«, Between J. C. Altman
Things seemed mighty discour good horses and should plan to has been a power for good in the anti Chan. Cleveland there was some
aging at the last railroad meet attend. Why not make a Gresh nation, his most notable work friendly competition regarding prizes,
being a debate with the noted both having eome excellent dairy
ing. but our folks were not am day at the show ?
infidel. Col. Robert G. Ingersoll. stock. Faich had st<»ck that were prize
built to suffer defeat in any
A BOOZERS’ GALLERY
Mr. Driver has fought a good winners at the la*wi« and Clark and
thing. They had worked too hard
The Illinois law says that a fight; he has entered into his many of the fall fairs. ». Mr. Cleve
to give up now. It was not sur
land had the champion cow of dairy
who gets drunk twice a reward.
Magdalena May, her rec»»rd
prising therefore when the re
being 40 pounds, 12 ounce« of milk.
port arrived that an agreement year is “an habitual drunk
Raising Their Supsuript on I’rke
considered, the Multnomah
had been signed up with the ard” and is entitled to have his The Hillsboro Independent ha.» raised F.vt-rything
Fair was a great «ucees», U»th in exhib
its sul -«■ription price to
.’<) a year—
officials of the road that es-
its an I attendance.—Pacitic Homestead.
stopped further speculation and er’s art gallery in every saloon, a go<»| new »paper, and well worth the
assured the road to Gresham, a with a verbal description such as •nription rate ha.» been hastened by the
number of loyal citizens having "Aged 37, red hair, bow legged increased cost of white |»aper and the
signed an agreement with the and cross-eyed.’’ Then any sa sharp advance in wage?». The publish
officials of the Mt. Hood Railway loonkeeper who sells him a drink ers wi. are giving their reader« newsy
guaranteeing to them the right is liable to a heavy fine. The papers tin 1 that no one objects to pay
of way through the town for a picture gallery is not required ing the higher rate. The Observer was
by law, but is a means of self one of the tirst to raise its subscription
Mrs. J. J. Johns is slowly recovering
price after conditions ha«l made it im-
Mayor J. M. Short. Lewis protection established by the P" ssible to print a dollar pa ¡»er at a from a severe sick «¡»ell.
Mr». A Cannon entertainol her sis
Shattuck. Ford Metzger and D. liquor dealers’ association. Any prüf and our subscription list shows
M. Roberts went to Portland complaint by a woman against that not i a single subscrit>er was lost by ter, Mrs. Stewart, and children of <>r«-
on Monday and again inter husband or brother or father the chang ;e. The reading public is fair gon City, Sunday.
ni ind»* I and does not ask the publisher
The funeral of Mrs. Emma Ih r'dia,
viewed the officials of the road will put the man’s picture in the t< furnish hi» paper at less than the aged
C»3 years, was held in the Metho-
with the result chronicled above.
•»t of production.—Polk County Ob- • list church at Pleasant Home Saturday
Now let every man back up this
Her husband, who is not
PLEASAN I HOME
good work with the determi
nation that the citizens who have
assumed the task of securing
the right of way through the
places of Messrs. Clanahan.
Kenney, Cleveland and Carlson
and others shall not be made to
bear the burden alone, but will
receive the hearty and just sup
port of all. It is only in this
way that the right of way can
be secured without working a
hardship upon a few.
THE HERALDS THANKSGIVING
Looking at the 36-pound pump
kin, the big turnip, monster po
tatoes and canned string beans
in the Herald window has caused
us to decide on a big Thanks
giving dinner for The Herald
office force. This is the only
feasible way of disposing of
some of the good things so kind
ly brought us, and then, you
know, who should be more
thankful for favors received
than the Herald force? A big
business, growing bigger ev
ery month, a paying business,
paying better every day and a
very satisfactory business, grow
ing more satisfactory all the
Everybody is kind to The Her
ald, praises its good qualities and
forgets its faults, so you see we
have good reasons to be thank
ful. Don’t you think so? All
this, however, is made possible
in large part by those who are
seldom seen or mentioned, the
worked early and late; gladly
and efficiently have they accomp
lished the tasks set before them.
We shall enjoy our Thanksgiving
MAKE A GRESHAM DAY AT SHOW
We acknowledge receipt of a
complimentary season ticket for
the Portland Hunt Club’s horse
show, Nov. 7, 8 and 9. There
will be three matinees and three
evening events. There are 167
classes representing the various
breeds and types which will con
tain the best horses owned on
the Coast. A large attendance
S. P. Bittner. M. I»
l'hi b KI. iua Xiiigcowa.
U/ ||ito/l I •’C n I i« pr«*tita11vv for
"rillllt (I Hi* sham ami vicinlly l»>
look nit* t tvnewala and increase sub
m'riplimi list of a prominent monthly
inngasiiie, on a «alary ami coitiniiMhm
ba«l«, I’ \ pel Iclice dealiablv, hul not
Good «•piM»iluuit) (or right
Vddrv » I uhhahei ll*»n ol>,
.station O, Sew V ork
Subscrilx* for l he Herald.
1 » I <
(III Kt III MID St IKMHIIOIISLS
l«irmer< Mutual fire
Ilonin p.itlik linsi.i.in and Silicon
*' m II b h II<, ii «I*,«I «I h » or night
■ «* |»h*tm*. Mitili >• .* H im plome Main Vt
SttlMll'k «LU. 'Lilli Stu, I I.-al
n«'«'. Main *lr«ri ih ' hi lhlr«l.
,|. G. McEhov,
Music and gnmrs
wetv plavevl, a dainty lunch servixl and
a gvHnl lune reported.
J J. Kl UN, Hsv'y.
. l'uriI aihi . Orvgon.
> i > ii h, |g| , Ik.iing, tire .
II W H mamiiai . l , Prc«., Grv«haui.
737 Chamlwr of Coniniiwo
Phone Muni Xkitl
Coltri yni », O mkhon
Greshdm lodgt No. 125, I. 0. 0. F.,
Mevt» rvrty Saturdav mght in Odd l rl
K«l!<r, N ’•
K o I m H», Svcrrt ir\
brollirrs s|xviullv invilvvl b» attend.
III LI. RI X, OREGON
Have ojiened u
Methodist Minister Retomnicnd«
Chamberlain'« Cough Remedy
IIRS1 (IASS .
- (il NI RAI SIORf
We have u»v«l < hnmbrilain'» ('«»ugh
Rviuvdy in <nir home for seven wars,
airi it ha» always ju<r*| t<* hr a reliable
We haw found that it would
do more than the manufacturers claim
for it. It la r*|»rtT4lly ¿"••»I I t croup
and whooping cough, Kw James 1
I «’Wis, |Hi»tor Milam, Minn , M
chur* h. < liambrflain’s (‘«mgh Remedy
is «old by all di iiggists.
In V(»lHivcli«>n with the poslottlce
at I hi II K hi »
Ddily StiKje to Gresham
l.cnxing Bull Run «I 7 « m.
Leaving Grc«diam al I p. m.
Al I. MY I II ILL FMII-NDS
Are Rr«|iie-*tt**l to Prepare fur the
I ) ( ) L k
W lu. I. Will 1
h« 1*1 ihc Fimi Saturila) in
o <o c
Withstood Other I refitment, but wax
Qukkly Cured by Chamberlain'«
**I_zt«*t winter I caught a v« r’
cold which lingered for week«,”
Urquhart of Zephyr, Ontari »,
cough was very dry ami harsh,
cal dealer rrcommendr l Cham!
Cough Remedy «nd gu.irante« I
gave it a trial. One small liotilv of it
I believe Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy to l-e the b< st that I
< >ii i :< ;< >x
Allume) al Liu
(Continued on Troutdale |*agv.)
LINGERING COI I»
liummncr ut iictual eo«t. Tricd
and noi (mind wAiiting
wimi I« m | in l’Vriy c»»unty.
liculut'M w file lo
Calls l*i«»iii|tih at i cad cd it».
OH ik C at Naiidy Hotel.
Mr and Mrs. Kosor are building a
tine rv»i»lvnev on their land recently
purchase*! of A. G. Anderson.
Res*»r and Ins son are g*»*»«| earpcutvis
and are doing the work IhviiiNvIvvs.
X larton ami family of Troutdale and
Carl X elson and family of |\»w< II Val
ley t«M»k dinner al C. A l.indgivn's last
A very pretty wedding t«*«>k place * nt
Mr. and Mrs McGugin's l>eauliiul hoi Uttt»
at San«ly, Get.
when M ims llvrthn
Otwrst was married to Ellis Riding««»(
Molalla, Ore . Rev. S C. I apham of the
Set*vi d Ba pt ist church of Portland oiti-
A numlsT of relative» and friend»
*d the bride and gr*»om from l'«»rl!aml,
were present to
witness the t*vremony, nn«l ritend con-
gratulattons to the happy couple.
large number of ¡»resents, consiNting of
ailverwaie, cut glass and nearl) fliM in
money for ¡»re»vnts were nx'eiw I
M U m Oberst has been one of Clack
ama.s county's »u< restful ** h«x»l t».»’her»
for the ¡»ast five years, and Mr Rt>lmg»
is n prominent young farmer of Molalla
: Mre i.
day for Seattle.
After their return
they will l»e al home lo their friend» al
Or l'onri 4ND, OgRUON
Ili \ I Mjl IRTI IIS EOK
Edison Phonographs and Records
As well at all
HOUR. IUD and GROCtRltS
At LGW I ST l-iissiliLE I'ltlCEH
Aqcn! Oregon lire Kdivl Assoddlion
have ever mnd.” This remedy is (or
sale by all druggists.
GREAT THINGS FOR SELLWOOD V alue of Iraditig in Your Own Town able to I m » nut of l>e*l on account of par
The Sellwood Bee. published
by Chas. T. Price at Sellwood, is
launching out along right lines.
In the last issue of his splendid
paper. Editor Price prophesies
great things for Sellwood, among
them being a trans-continental
railroad, reaching the city over
the Gresham line, with depot,
terminal yards, etc., at Sellwood,
where the only deep water front
age in Portland is available to
these lines. That’s right. Broth
er Price. Boost for big things
at Sellwood, and the Herald will
heartily endorse your move, for
you can’t help Sellwood without
helping Gresham, and. in fact,
all the rest of our big territory.
And that, you know, is what we
all want and should work for.
That’s a great bluff the finan
cial Shylocks are playing just
now. A second Portia will be
on hand some of these days
and their little bluff will be
called off in ways that will be
both surprising and effectual.
Because of the stand taken by
the president, the Standard Oil,
Harriman and others who have
felt the touch of the "big stick”
propose to deal a death blow, if
possible, to any and all believers
in Rooseveltian methods. The
common people, however, are not
to be fooled that way. They have
started in for a "square deal”
and are going to get it, no mat
ter what it costs.
The recent money stringency
in the East, suspension of con
struction on the 0. R. & N. lines
and the closing here of banks
has not affected business in any
sense, say the merchants of this
district. The merchants of Trout
dale report a big business and
lots of money on hand and more
in sight, in fact the same condi
tions are reported from Welches
to Portland and the Columbia to
the Clackamas. This, together
with the fact that the Mt. Hood
Railway is now an assured thing
certainly means big things for
this district in the future.
that belongs to every citizen
privilege of sp n ling his earn-
in whatever manner ami where he
W' is he 2U s long as he keep« within the
law . No one will dispute the farmer’s
claim that he van semi his money to
any ¡»lace that he wishes ami buy the
goods lie needs w herever he wants to.
But there is an economic side of the
qmsti.»n that should not be overlooked,
says 1». M. Carr in Home Trade Advo
The resi«lent of a community
•h- d I be active in furthering the inter
ests f the ¡»lace he calls borne. He is
working contrarily to his own good
w hen he sea ls hie money to the distant
city for supplies he knows can be se
cured in his home town. The dollar
sent away goes out of circulation and
c«-a-»-s to lie a factor in the building up
•>i the community from which it is sent.
OLK 5EIGHB0KS ARI TALKING
(Continued from first page.)
alysis, and w ho is blind, ami three chil
dren, Mrs. P. II. Roork of this ¡»lace,
Irve Hers ha of Woxllawn ami Mrs I.
M. Davis of VV’HMllawn, lM*»i»les many
friends and relatives, mourn her loss.
The many friends <»f Mr. Kennedy
will lx* glad to hear that he has so im
proved that he was able to ri<le to
Cottrell recently, where he visited hi«
sister. Mrs. 8pears.
4th, fith anil Burnside Sts.
Will Sj»ears has «old hi» farm to Dr.
Short, and has moved his family to Eu-
A new house is being erected on Lew
is Mider's plaze.
MORGAN 1 DONAHUE ”
Cha.«. Hunter moved on his ¡»lace re
cently, and E. I . (¿nay has moved his
Sandy for Boring
family to the Jack ¡»lace, which he lias
Jeston ami Cecil Fake have returned
from Ea-t«-rn Oregon, where they base
been working in the harvest field.
Pi ice.Jones, who suffered unconfiious-
ness from concussion <>f the brain,
caused by being thrown from a horse, is
able to be around again.
Wells Chalker has been out from
ing«, loaned by various people, The
Portland to hunt birds.
music room was visited frequently
The big ¡»avilion was crowded to bear
Geo. Carpenter has built a porch on
the »¡»«-.iking and watch the Maccaliee the front ami one side of his house,
ladies’ team drill, which Ux>k place in which adds greatly to the appearance.
the aftern«x»n. But the funniest thing
w«_* «aw was the man who “took your
fa • while* you wait’’ in silhouette. He
kept bis crowd laughing all the while.
A cavalcad«? of burros furnished amuse
ment for the youngster. The live stock
and poultry w«-re lx*yond «¡uestion the
i/» st we have seen. More power to th«-
They are bringing the lx*st
to the front. The tiller of the soil is
not so slow . They beat the manipula
tors of finance a “city chx k’’ when it
comes to t»eing the real backbone of
one glorious country. May they grow
and pro-|»«*r and bring more to get to
tilling the soil for a livelihood.
\S' were courteously receiv««] by
Editor Brownhill and wife and othei
new-j»aj»«-r ¡x*ople at the lx»otli of the
B» aver State H«-rald. Thanks for favors
r<*ceived in behalf of the Mount Soil
Hotel St. Philip
Boring for Handy. .
Hy hud Bros. I
At >amlv V make» coiinectiiuiH with Salmon mail stage.
t ion for AnchofFs ami iiivvts first cur at Boring.
Joe Hillyard has just returned from a
two months visit with his parents in
He says there is no
place Jik<- < >r» gon.
Mrs. Will Hillyard’s mother, Mrs.
Lake, will s|H*nd a few days with her.
Mr. Metzger’s room at school orga-
rdz»*d a literary society to meet every
two weeks and render a short program
A very gi»xi one was enjoyed by all Fri
day afternoon. Following are the ofli-
• < rs: Pr»-»id» nt, Ida Larsen; Vice ¡»reM
ident, Vida Calvin; Secretary, Goldie
Hamlin ; T h usurer. Elmer Bank us; Li
brarian, Minnie Hhriner; Sergeant at
Arms, Ixjuis Hale; Program committee,
Irene Doiigl is, Dniis Hale and Eunice
A Successful Fair
Tii»* Multnomah county stock aind Roork. It is hoped that th«* parents
agri< ultural fair held at Greaharn, Ore will take an interest in this ««x-iety at
gon, Oct. 10-19, carne to a close lai-t least, enough to enable them to attend
Saturday evening and Ihow* who were some of the meeting sand hear the
fortunate enough to attend the fair programs.
OPPOSITE THE POMTOEFH E
Branch Store 211 Second Street
Portland Railway, Light & Power Co.
E. M. f'arj»enter, who is with
daughter, Josie lake, is very sick.
Will Hillv.tr I dug 1535 bushels of
tatoes from six acres of land, being
best crop yielded in this ¡»art of
country this year.
fi :30 a. rn
•J 00 i» m
A Fresh Complexion
is preserved—and produced—by
Robertine, a mild, delightful
/»reparation, delicately fragrant,
akes the skin exquisitely soft;
banishes crackled appearance caused
by over-dryncss; reduces the size of
enlarged pores, cleanses them, re
duces inflammation and spreads an even,
ralliant glow due to wholesome nourish
ment of skin glands and stimulation of
the capillaries which also feed the
skin and supply its healthful color.
Ajkyour Druggist for a free sample of
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I roiitdale Division
Between Cedarville Junction and Troutdale
Biliousness and Constipation
For years I was troubled with bilious
ness and constipation, which made life r>
mifierable for me. My appetite fail»»«!
me. I lost fh) usual force and vitality.
Pepsin preparations ami cathartic» only
made matters worse. I do not know
when» I should have been t<slay had I
not tried ( hamlsThiin’s Htomrirh and
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I«1 «1 Ml HI HI
and carnival can well »ay that they
Mr». Will Calvin came home Satur-
attereled one of the best county fair» «lay.
ever held in the state of Oregon. The
A. M. flgurcR hi Roman. P. M. flgurrs in 1>l«rk.
<1 Dally except Hun<1ajr.
exhibit« in agriculture, horticulture,
Liver Tablets. The tablets relieve tin-
For Oregon City, Canemah Park and way |M»iiils, rlipngr cars nt Golf Junc
poultry ami livesVMk were above the
ill feeling at ence, strengthen the digest
Especially good was the
Myrtle Lindgren celebrateli her eighth ive functions, lie,l|»ing the sy»<tcm to do
l or LriitK, Mount Sj-ott anil < a»t aid«* point«, changi- car» al Lenta Junction.
(»Hiltry display, much larger than is birthday on
W. P. MIJI.CIIAY, Trafile Agent.
usually found at the county fairs, and Alxiut :t5 fflehde,'»onlig and old, were Birmingham, Ala.
These tablets are
not only wen there many birds, hut [>r< ent. she received many pretty and for sale by all druggists.
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