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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 22, 1907)
Succeeding 4ireaham Vindicator, Greaham Gaivtte, East Multnomah Record,
Multnomah Record and Monlavilla Herald.
Published Every Friday at Gresham, Ore., by the B kavkr S tatb P dblishino to
TIMOTHY BROWNHILL, Eonvi and M anaobb .
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Knler«l a* wccud <!••• matter al the |*.*»1o®«r at <*ne»ham. Orejen
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All Lodge. Grange. SrbooL Church, or other notices or ad vert t»e menu of »»w tai», parlie».
dar»t^ concert*, theatricals, etc . given for a profit, charged for al regular rate*
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Tuesday preceding day of publication.
)M rtiRTiet; is our MIN laity W e are well equipped to do the best work at current pr . •
Especially farmers and busine»* men's Letter Heads. Envelope#. Butter W rappers. Statement.',
etc in »mall or large quantities. Auction Bills. Dodger» Boaters, etc printed on short n>>iu.
Why don’t you sail in?
nounce that gambling-house in
the Smith block; get after that
joint down in the Jones building;
run those women out of the
town; go after this and that fel- [
low whose everyday life is rot- (
ten,’ and so forth for 5000 words.
As a rule, men behind news
papers have as much courage as
other people in the community.
They n«*ed it every day in the
week, and develop it by constant
practise. They are use«! to pub
lic criticism and are hardened to
abuse. They don’t care what
people think of them, So they
are easy prey to men with axes
to grind. But how- the I ahy I
SUN MON TUE WED THU
J. M. Short, M. D
S. P. Bittner. M. I).
A new feature will be found
on the editorial page of The Her
ald this week. It is our first at
tempt at a legal department.
One of Oregon's ablest lawyers
has been secured to write on
legal topics of every day interest
to our folks. This week the ar
ticle is on Wills, how and who
may make them. Be sure and
read it for it is worth good mon
ey to you. This department will
doubtless develop into one of the
strongest features of The Her
ald and will of course be read
with a great deal of interest by
all. If you like this feature of
The Herald, tell your neighbor
about it. It may be of interest
to him, too.
< >1 Ctf» »i i
$1.00 a Month
ATTORNEY • AT - LAW
ngiiiii»! Siekne**, U’vhlont mid
Accident« »ill Hippen
«yu»«|M»i» .»4 <»r« K«>ii
ing l«» uiMli« t ' <<i Hil» r« »I to «>ur (ulk'
NORTHWESTERN HEALTH ANO
Allome} at Law
or l*«»HTI 4 51», OHKiiON
4'all ««i w rii*
John Brown. Agi., R«M*kwtMid. <>r.
The «ray Ml. Ilo>»! roni|*ny I» pu«h
in« it» work here looka »» though »<■
would haw a railroad «.» hi .
Grtshum Lodge No. 125, I. 0. 0. F„
The Methodiat Horn«* Mimiion n»'irty
M sh U a » \« is Buturduy night in (hid I » I
met will* Mr». Ed S«*»ter la»t WcJne»- lows' Hall
<M i'ik'i i\« ¡i. i. \ 11 , |)
R o I m ' i I s , Ssvivturs
The matter of will», who may make a
Mi-» Zvlma C om , wlioia icaching at brothers *|*ucially invited t»» attend*
will and how to make a will which ia
linlgetleld, Wa»h.< vi»ita«i her mother
legal and cannot be act aaide, i» a que»-
re»Y*ntly for a »hort time.
lion which probably
Mr». Th<*ui|*»<>ii ami Mr». Grieve» ol
l>eople than any other
Portland vi»it«l their father, Mr. Nei-
o—.-.- , ,,
lamer, who ha» ta*«*n very ill for the
Editor Woodward of the New No perron shoukl attempi to draw a pa»t two week». He i» not improved at
berg Graphic has just returned will who doaa not undcrataml the law of thi» writing.
from a very enjoyable trip to his will» Thi» d'H'a not nec«*»»arilv mean Ralph Nciliauer ami family attended
funeral of Mr». Hamlin, Mr». Net-
old home at Mooresville. Indiana.
liauer'» mother, laat Thursday.
Each »tate ha» it» |>articular »tatutorv
o— —- ...
Min Kittle lamg of Carrolton, Wa»h ,
on wills an«! what shall »»nstitute a
Give the practical politician all law
valid will tn that stale, and the alaturs vi»it«l her mother. Mr». Ralph Nel-
Nuildsy hirh»»ol. rwry
10 m lu
the rope he desires and there is o( each state an»! the devisions ui each bauer, a lew day» laat week.
l’r» »4 hlug
II » na #u»l S i> u»
H > Pl
no business or enterprise that he stale differ in suiue reepects from Chose
C»»ttagv I'r*p« r hi«-»liug Thiifs4’> ul ht
will not tie up.—Condon Globe. of every other state. Asa general rule,
411 lM<ilalh lavltsS U 4U«n4 inv •» All
•f Ibes« Mitkr»
however, the lass o( each s.ate sustain
Miss LU lUnticbl returned from Purl •
R kv I'. Il \ n rttuAy .
I What a few «>( •
will« tna»le aro»rdinf to the statutes aud
lan«l on Monday.
laws of every other slate.
Harve K**»terron from eastern Oregon
M ia # Mite Walker returned to het
In Oregon, any person over twenty-
-pent .Monday and Tueaday in thi» vi- '
one years ot sge and uf sotin«! mind, home st The I ullvs WednvuUt.
cinity attending to buainee» and visiting may make a will di#|»osing of his per'
L. Evans dUpu4M*d of a car of flour and
sonal an«! real property, but cannot ef fecit this week.
()r poltri 4NI», 4>m«H)N
Insurance al «climi e«»«t. Tried
und not found wanting
w iiiite«! in every eotmty. Fur par
iH uUrw w rite In
Services al 6resham Baptist Church
Î THE TRENO OF THE TIMES J
The state could profitably em
ploy idle men at building roads,
paying them low but living wages,
thus taking up the slack labor,
compelling professional hobos to
work or leave the state and re
ducing the bestowal of unworthy
charity to a minimum. Such a
course would also reduce crime
and encourage honest men to stay
that way. Besides, it would PAY.
NORTH YAMHILL RECORD
That there are hundreds of re
WERE NOT DRINKING AT SANDY forms needed and many repri
The Herald is in receipt of nu mands deserved by the officials
merous protests from the prom of our land, is true, but it should
inent citizens of Sandy to the i not be left entirely for the news
charge contained in the Portland I paper man to point out all the
and Oregon City papers and the evils that exist. The following
Beaver State Herald that the article, which is taken from an
parties responsible for the kill exchange, hits the nail squarely
ing of the Hindu at Kelso on on the head:
“Don’t ask the editor to write
Hallowe’en night were not drink-
ingat Sandy on that night. It has up every evil in the town or com
always been the policy of The munity, but when convinced
Herald to publish the truth, that such duties need attending
hence it gladly corrects the er- to, write an article for the paper
yourself and sign your name to
it for publication. The man
A few high-class thieves are who is too big a coward to thus
permitted by the laws of our express his opinion is the very
country to create the necessity one who will stand on the cor-
for the government to issue Pan ner and talk loudly about the ed
ama canal bonds and other se itor. The world is full of moral
curities to the amount of cowards—men who see evil and
$150,000,000, in order to relieve are afraid to grapple with it.
the money shortage, largely
_ - cre
Probably if the shoe tracks of
ated by said thieves, j An ordi- _________
__ people who
nine-tenths of the
nary thief is sent to jail, and his come to an office to teach the ed-
family, if any, are left to rustle ¡tor could be traced home, the
for themselves, but these birds track would be found to lead to
in gilded cages are immediately the homes of men who never go
given the benefit of government to a caucus or interest them-
support. It’s queer, but it s the selves in the candidacy or elec
tion of a county attorney or at
torney general who would en
The President suggests that force the law. The world is full
what is needed most at this time of men and women who like to
is that the people should “realize play to an audience, who like to
how fundamentally sound busi sit in the galleries and cheer the
ness conditions in this country man who is loosing his hide and
are, and how absurd it is to per most of his respiratory and di
mit themselves to get into a pan gestive apparatus in the arena
ic and create a stringency by fighting the beast of evil. Not
hoarding their savings instead of one in 10,000 climbs down and
trusting perfectly sound banks.” helps.
A good many American people
Every newspaper receives
would feel very grateful to the enough unsigned communications
President if he would point out in six months’ time to keep him
the "sound banks.”
in trouble the rest of his lifetime
if he would publish them. All
Out of dire want and peril newspapers get them. Let the
came our first Thanksgiving cel editor stand up for decency as
ebration. Thanksgiving Day is per instructions of the old, val
still celebrated after the manner ued subscriber; let the editor de
of its first establishment, as a nounce the evil which his friend
day of praise and feasting and is afraid to hint at over his sig
joyful sociability and neighborly nature, and when in the stores
kindness. It is the only general and offices of the town the devil
holiday of America that has not is fighting back, accusing the
degenerated from its ideal stand editor of double motives, calling
ard. It should be, and usually him a blackmailer and abusing
is, kept as a day of thanksgiving him generally—who is the little
to the Giver of all good things.
man drawing his head down un
der his collar like a turtle? That,
“And great was the rejoicing gentle reader, ia the chesty gent
thereof” when the Oregon Agri who pranced into the office the
cultural college team defeated day before and said: ’Some-
the State University boys in a times I wish I owned a news-
game played at Eugene last paper just for one day to de
nounce the evils of this town.
A liaby girl came to brighten the ( fect a wife's dower or a hushapil's cour
home of Mr. and Mr». J. Siuidt laat - tesy right. Every ¡»ersuti ot the age of
eighteen years or over ami of souml
Will Chilcote hat bought ■ tine large inirnl may make a will disposing of per
farm near Junction City, Ore., »her«* be sonal property, am! such will may l»e
in writing or it may t»e verl»al, provided
intend» moving »on.
Mm Myrtle Snaehall ha» returned that if verbal, H I* reduced to writing
from California »here »lie ha» »pent the I within a certain time after «¡token by
pa»t year. She i» now with her parent», the testator ami I t offered (or probatv
within six months alter the »¡»raking of
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Snaahall.
the tesiamentorv words.
Charlea and George Vallum and O»«-ar
The statutes of Oregon provide that a
llolmquiat were gueeta uf .Mr». Ida1
will intended to devise real estate in
Hamilton on Sunday.
| this state, made by a non-residents,
must be executed acconling to the laws
Renew early! ’‘The Herald.” >1.50.
| <»( Oregon; while to bequeath ¡tersonal
property, it may conform to the law#
A Good Liniment
either of Oregon ur the state, country
When you need a good reliable lini or territory where made.
ment try (.'uamlier lai n't Pain Balm. It
hat no superior for sprains and swell
ing*. A piece of tianne! slightly damp
ened with Pain Halin is »uperior to ■
plaster fur lame l«ck or pain» in the
side or chest,
It alao relieve» rheu
malic pain« and make» deep and re»t
possible. For sale by all druggists.
Avoid U’hig a east» of charily al
the hand# uf other#
i » < ’ i- r i<
Our Legal Department |
A FEW MINUTES WITH THE EDITOR
THE HERALD'S NEW FEATVRE
Wi’ liuti' II imk I 4 ìirtinb«'! I m I ii ' a ('oligli
Retuvdy III <»itr homo for srveu yvars,
end il I iian slwsys pri»vcd In I h » g ridigldr
\\ «• lune fouml liuti II w«mld
d<> more tinnì fi»»' initnuliu turvr« < I mìiii
li ìa cHiH'clnlly giHwl for cronp
«imi ulioophig votigli. Ilio .lutni'N A.
I cmia , penh»[ Mila«-«, Mimi, M E.
cliuivh. 4 I iaiii I h ’ i I. iiii ' a Coligli Hi'ini’«|y
Ì m sol»l bv all diuggiNlN.
I > 1C l< I NS( >.X
E<l Hamilton vi»it«l In» |«rvnt» in
St. John» l»»t Sat unlay amt SumUy.
It is reported that the Mount
Hood railway people have bought
the Laidlaw (Crook county)
townsite, and will immediately
proceed to push their line through
Eastern Oregon. One thing is
sure, — no time is being wasted
on construction work in this por
tion of the country, the crews all
being kept busy Sunday as well
as week days.
A Mvth«»dl»t Mlnlstcr Rtnimmcndi
thambcrlsln*« Cnugh Rcmrdy
J J KERN, See*y.
*wv. F a » i Yamhill Nt l‘4»rtl#t»<'í. Offrgnn,
F I- S imism , Agl, lUirmg, (»re.,
Il W Sviitiiui, Pies , Gresham
V. Gebhardt was hmdintf ties hen« last
M im Eva Reed returned home Thur*
day after a long amt severe illnrsa nt
the Good Samaritan hospital.
Leonard Leader went l<» Portland on
Mr*. I.olta Benfield returned Satur
day evening from P»»rtUnd w here she
«¡»ent the week with relatives amt
üet Holiday Goods Here!
I hibk wli.il a im « gift an I dlaoil Phonograph and Record* would I t !
I.CWI* and Floyd Reed went to War
rendale on Saturday.
Wc an* ii«’ud»pmit«*r* for tin« albi many oilier tiling# you nerd.
Wilbur Evans, who ha* spent some
time nt Hill*U»r<>, is home again.
Miaa Myrtle Dun« uf Portland «¡»ent
Bunday with her aunt, Mrs. U>1 la Ben-
Aqtnl (hrqon lire Kelid Assuldliofl
HOUR. FHD AND GROCERIES
AT LOWEST rofSlIII.E I'ltlCKM
Every written will must lie signed at
the end thereof by the ¡»erson making SIKM KIBE Full ••THE IIERALH**
From »late until Jan. I, I‘.MX*, for $1.50
it an ! shall !>e signed by two or more
•‘The Popular Home Weekly”
witneases in his presence.
There are provisions as to how a
will may be revoked, the effect of mar
riage, the birth uf children etc, which
will be treated of next week.
Hotel St. Philip
4tli, úth am! Bum«!«!«* St*.
Kick the Printer
In the city of Brook
lyn, N. Y., there has been
for many years a con
spicuous signboard out
side an office which
reads, “KICK THE
Bibulous p e r 8 o n »
sometime« go inside to
carry out the apparent
request, but they <1 im
cover that the printer is
a gentleman by the name
In every town there
are persons who, if they
do not actually feel like
kicking the printer—the
nesrapaper man—at any
rate do a lot of kick-
ing at the way he con-
ducts his paper.
Please DON’T kick
the printer; ho is doing
the best he can.
And what he does
for the town and community, despite his occasional mis
takes, may be p great deal more than the kickers themselves
are doing. Did THAT ever occur to you 1
We are all neighbors in this town. What helps one
helps the others. What hurts one hurts the others. Every
community is a mutual benefit aMociation, whether organ
ized or just running wild. The printer is a charter member.
If you had no printer—no newspaper—how would you
like that ? Do you know what happens to towns that don’t
support a newspaper ? Nothing happens. Nothing ever
happens in a town like that. As soon as things begin to
happen in a town the newspaper comes along and tells about
The newspaper boosts the town. It records progress
and offers suggestions, by the editor or the readers, as to
further progress. Every copy of every issue advertises the
town. This is all free advertisement It costa the town
nothing. It costs the people nothing. It is a part of the
In view of this fact, which nobody can dispute, it is
much better to pat the printer on the shoulder now and
then or to speak kindly of him than to kick him.
NO ; DON’T KICK TIIE 1 »KIXTEIL j
Sandy Stage and Livery
TIIK JI SUI.R
8T ELMO. < ALL OF THE WILD,
M l. K m I i
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M0R6AN 1 DONAHUE ”
Hyland Bros. [
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I 42 p. in. ¡ ¡
iiHikcN run- < >
188 Fifth Strtet Oppositti Piiiotfict
Branch Slori 211 Stcond Str»»l
Portland Railway, Light & Power Co.
The Secret of a
lies in keeping the akin pro-
te< -trdas well as cleansed. Just
washing is not enough—that
only leaves the delicate surface
more exposed to the irritation
of dust and germs $ to merci
less attacks of sun and
weather. After washing, ap
ply Robertine and experience
its delightful refreshment.
You will admire the linedess
softness it im|>arts to face,
neck and arms. It not only
stimulates a radiant glow, but
protects the skin from becom
ing coarse. Prevents burn
ing, tan and freckles.
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Between Cedarville Junction and Troutdale
BlliouAne»» and Conatipatlon
For year» I »»« troubled with billona-
i ri«*»» and <-<m»ti|>ntion, whieh nm*h* life
miaerabte for me. My appetite faile*l
‘ me. I lo»t my uaiial force and vitality.
I’epein preparations ami rathartica only
iiiiu I i * matter» worae.
I do not know
I wliere I »honhl have lieen belay hn*l I
not tri«-<l Chamlierlain’l Htomni h nml
Liver Tablet». The tablet» relieve the
ill feeling at once, »trengthen thedigrat-
ive function», helping the ayatein to do
it» work naturally.—Mr». Ro»» Pott»,
These tablet» are
for »ale by all druggiata.
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I*. M. flgnrn in Mnrk.
>1 D»lly «mpl «wn<lny.
For <»r< g<m City, Cam nmli Park nml wny poinU, elirnge cara ni Golf Juuc-
For Leni», Monili Scoti ami < n<: >i<l< point», changv cura at Lenta Junction.
W. I*. MULCHAY, Trafle(A|cn«*
(Uni rai OScea, Fir»t and Ald. r Si»., I’ urtla »», O bbuor .