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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 20, 1907)
Th« cornel« «nd taiundarl«« Mtabliah-
ad Io «fly aurvey mad« la purtuanaa of
an agr«aniant or in any «array wbaraao
appeal 1« taken from the report of tbs
county surveyor, or which may be eetab-
liihed by the decree of the court eball
la held and conaldered a« permanently
aatabllalMNf, and «hall not thereafter be
in any way changed.
The county tureayor shall eauae inch
survey to be recorded In the record ol
l>rriuaii«nt survey«, In his office and also
In the office of the recorder of convey
ances in said county.
The c<Mta of such survey shall be ap-
l>ortlonrd among tlie land owner«, ac
cording to their respective Interests, and
It not |>aid within a s|iecilled lima «hall
be cert died hy the surveyor to the coun
ty clerk and made a lien un the lauda of
such delinquent and collected aa other
A Home Made Happy by 1 •*!««■ bsr-
laln'« Cough Remedy.
About two tuoni ha ago our baby girl
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A FEW MINUTES WITH THE EDITOR
ALL EYES ON SANDY!
Not how happy, but how rich.
We are pleased to give our appears to be our national motto,
many readers this week a pres
To one and all. dear folks, we
entation in picture and story of
the present advancement and fu wish you a merry, merry Christ
ture possibilities of a section of mas.
our fair country which is now at
The man who isn’t willing for
tracting considerable attention.
fellowman to have an opin
Take your map. Follow along
his own is to be pitied.
the well-beaten lines of travel
from Portland and Oregon City
If the progress of the growing
to Mount Hood; follow up the
had to depend upon the lib
Sandy river to its sources and it
of some of its inhabitants
will be seen that the confluence
just about attain the size
of the principal lines of travel
and trade is at Sandy. It is the
natural center. All eyes fall on Fortunately, the men who are
the new-old town of Sandy as the the least able are the most gen
city of coming greatness in north erous, and so the town grows.
western Clackamas county.
We have had a good deal of
Mark what we say. Study its
rain lately tis true, but it will be
agricultural possibilités. No sec
noticed that there has b-*en very
tion has better soil. It is a nat
little frost. Flowers are bloom-
ural dairying country. It is one
i ing, vegatables growing, farmers
of the finest fruit regions. It is
are plowing, and the men folks
right on the edge of vast mount
are working out of doors in their
ain forests and pastures. It has
shirt sleeves when it isn’t rain
a higher altitude and clearer at- j
ing. Pretty nice to live in Ore
mosphere than Portland and the
gon isn’t it.
In the near future Sandy will be
Help the little ones to have a
a railroad center. Two railroads good time. They will never en
have run their surveys through joy holiday cheer better than
its boundaries and one is now now. Don’t forget however, to
impress them with the one great
Sandy has the men who are truth of Christmas-tide. Christ
shrewd enough to see into the was bom into the world to seek
future. Some towns are dead and save those who are lost. To
and always will be because their I bring peace to the discontent; to
citizens despise their day of op make the yoke of the burden
portunity. Not so Sandy. The bearer easy and to bring good
patronage given a progressive will toward men.
newspaper of a town is a clear
indication of the town’s alertness.
The Oregonian has become in
Our readers are invited to study dependent in politics, but it says
this issue of The Herald and it expects to have something to
judge of the truth of what we say about politics just the same.
This is as it should be. No pa
The Herald appreciates the per can serve the masses so well
confidence these men and citizens as when it is freed from all party
have shown it.
It feels that lines. It is then in a position to
much is expected of the Popular handle political problems and can
Home Weekly and will, in the didates without gloves, if need
coming year, do more than ever be. The editor is not so apt to
before for the exploitation of the be prejudiced in his writings.
different sections of the big, The readers and cause generally
growing territory it aims to rep are more liable to receive a square
deal. These are the reasons why
The Herald is an independent
Thirty years in the penitentia organ.
ry for stealing thirty cents worth
of tobacco, for the poor. Twen
Speaker Cannon—U. S. Dicta
ty-four hours in prison for steal tor—has decreed that the time is
ing a kingdom, for the rich. Is not ripe to establish Postal sav
it any wonder that the people are ings banks or parcels post.
turning to socialism'! The won other words the interests, the
der is that they do not become bankers and the express compan-
| ies of the United States, a few
thousand in number, say through
their mouthpeice. Mr. Cannon, to
the nearly eighty millions of peo
ple. It is not what benefits you
but what enriches us that must
be considered. Just one more
reason why the people of the
United States must have a na
tional Imitative and Referendum,
and the more of a dictatorial po
sition taken by those controlled
by the interests, the sooner the
people will demand a national In-
itative and Referendum.
had ixeaalre which aetlled on her lunge
aixl at laat reunited In a «ever« attack of
bronchiti«. We Imd two doctor« but no
relief Waaobtained. Everybody thought
alte wixild die. I «rent Io eight different
■tornio find a certain remedy which
bail Ix-en recommended Io me and tailed
county surveyi r, any peraon interested
to get it, when one of the atorekeeper«
therein may ap|>eal therefrom to tlie cir rniatod that 1 try Cliamberlaln*« Cough
cuit court of the county. If lie la not eat- Remedy. I did ao ami our baby la alive
tailed therewith, by serving notice of and well today.—Geo W. Hr«-tea. Holly
such appeal upon the surveyor and fur Springe, N C. For «ale byXII dealers.
nishing a bond to pay tl e c<wla of such
Nulrnt-rilx-ra waking fur change of ad-
; appeal within thirty days ol the report
drvua will pleaae give former addre««
by tlie county surveyor.
The circuit court shall hear and deter »« well aa pi-vM-nt olia.
leaving no stone unturned to
make this meeting a success and
it is to be hoped the boys will re
spond to their efforts and make
the coming meeting the biggest
and best ever held in the s tate.
ment; that part of the ethics
which has to do with the regula
tion and government of a nation
or state, the preservation of its
tafety, peace and prosperity, the
defense of its existence and
rights against foreign control or
PLACING THE RESPONSIBILITY. conquest, the augmentation of its
A recent visitor at The Herald strength and resources, and the mine said appeal as a suit in equity, and
office said: "The church mem protection of its citizens in their eater judgment approving, rejecting, METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH
«■ rrhuam , uaanoa
bers of the country are largely rights, with the preservation and I modifying or amending such report; ot
i he may refer it back to the county sur- '
responsible for the presence of improvement of their morals.” , veyor for correction ; or lie may ap|*iint Siiinlay Hvhool «t IO a. m. II. L. Ht.
the saloons and the indifference
But what does the ward heeler ■ one or more other surveyors who shall l’n-M-hing aerMcee al 11 a. m. an«! ’M)
to the law. and its non-enforce- care for the protection of citizens I proceed with the county surveyor at a |>. ni.
Prayer it>««<-1lug, Thiirxlay evening«, «t
in their rights? Nothing at all. | time inenliomed in the order to survey 7 iSU o'eluek.
The life of the Lord Jesus
When asked why these sins and really, he makes it part of I ners. aixl make re|«>rt U> the court.
Dr. A. Thompenn, Factor.
Christ upon the earth was the should be charged against the his business in plying his trade
working out and development of church, the visitor said: “The to see that the men are elected
the song of the angels. It was church members pray for relief to office who will look after their
INSURI YOLK I ARM BIMUNGS
“Glory to God” illustrated in His from sin. but continue to vote for own selfish interests and the in-
CHURCHES «0 SCHOOLHOUSES
obedience, in His personal sacri the sinner. ” The editor of The teresbt of their heelers, rather I Ik-.k« Muk.- t. ,1|.t!1i.l< \nia* t
Prewnta: Conte in and
fice. in His prayers and teach- Herald had to confess the truth than the rights of honest citizens. |
i.- k ovnr "ur stock
And then there is that part of ! Ella Wheeler Wllcm hooka . . 7Bc
Farmers’ Mutual Fire
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the definition which refers to’‘the
preservation and improvement of I Diariea for IVON .... 2Sc to 31
The improve !
Or P obtiabo , Oaaooa
I iw.rperatwl irva
ment of morals to be sure! Lit
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at actual coat. Triad
tle wonder is it that the heeler is J
i *’K I I i X h
atxl not found wanting
heard to assert that preachers
e wanted in every county. For par
have no business in politics, since
e ticular« write to
J. J. KERN. Hec'y,
a large part of his business is to
MA g..t Yamhill M . TurtUai. Or^oa,
resort to briber)- and all kinds of J. M.
F E B ibtbb , Agt , Boring, Ore.,
questionable methods that only
II. W. S rabhau ., Pres., (ireaham.
tend to debase and lower the
moral tone of the people.
In the past, however, this sen
$1.00 a Month
timent regarding preachers has
Dii. H. II. O*V'r.
prevailed to some extent even
t> K N T I H T
among people who are well mean
ing, but unwisely as the Graphic (ireHlinni
«gainai Hicknrw, Accident and
views it. Just why a minister
should lie barred'from mixing in IL IL DICKINSON icodrtt. will Nippt«
Avoid being a eaac of charity at
the affiars of men and exerting I
the hand« of other«.
an influence for the betterment . . ATTORNEY - AT - LAW . .
of his fellows under all conditions
OPTIC* 615 t'omtnrrrlal Bldg.. <’«ir ?n<l and
we are unable to see. To be sure Wnsb. M. P ortland phon« Main
Villa Avenu». MoxrsviLLs At
or forviamo , oaaoox
he should be sane and sensible How»- Evening«
Call or «rila
in his methods, without resorting
John Brow«, Agt.. Rockwood, Or.
to sensationalism, in order to
K . li . D U F U 1¿
keep a permanent hold on the
Attorney at Law
people, but we would say, let him
737 Chamber of Commerce
mix in politics along with all Phone Main Xkki
P ortland , O bboon
other good citizens and help in
4th, Sth «nd Burnaid« Ht«
the purification of the political
atmosphere whenever occasion
Only concrete, tire-proof botai
affords. The need of it is appar
in the city. Five hlocka from tba
ent and the argument against it
union <le|>ot. Cara i « m the door.
Steam heat, electric light«, hot
is weak to say the least. — New
GOD’S LOVE GIFT
ami cold water in every room.
Special ratee by week or month.
| Hyland Bros.
S. Bittner. M. D.
Hotel St. Philip
Love came down at Christmas,
Love all lovely, love divine;
Love was born at Christmas,
Star and angels gave the sign.
Love shall be our token.
Love be yours and love be mine,
Love to God and all men,
Love the universal sign.
S elected .
? Our legai Department ®
A eynopale of Oregon I^twa pertain-
to matter« of interval Io uur folk«.
The executive committee of
the Oregon Press Association re
cently met at the home of Dr.
Henry Waldo Coe and selected
Friday and Saturday, January 17
and 18, aa the dates, and Port
land as the place of meeting.
Every editor in the state is re
quested to attend and is invited
to bring his wife with him. Sat
urday evening will be devoted to
a social session.
Woodward, Secretary Bath and
Coresponding Secretary Coe are
Renew early! "Tba Herald,” |1.60.
The multitude of qneelion« and con-
interesting to lawyer« aixl land
of the statement.
Whenever <ttan<l point«. It is sometime« more
the time comes that the church desirable that a boundary line l>e estate
member will vote as he prays, if ' lislied beyond all controversy than that
he prays for relief from sin, then it l>e matlieniatically correct. For the
we shall have a political cleansing purpose of fl Ring such boundaries, the
statutes of Oregon have provided that
and not till then.
whenever the owners of adjoining tracts
It is a very common remark,
especially among politicansof the
“ward heeler” type, that preach
ers have no business to be mix
ing in politics, With this senti
ment the Graphic does not agree.
It is the business of preachers,
as well as the business of ail
other good citizens, to exert an
influence for good at all times
and all circumstances, and in pol
itics altove everything else there
is need of a “saving grace” if
the old man Webster is correct in
his definition of politics when he
says it is “The science of govem-
trover«ie« which eriiie over line fence«, I
boundaries ami corner« are numerous
MIXING IN POLITICS.
Free bathe on every Boor.
II per day and up. I. ■ HÍPCL h«p.
Irta my «treat car at tom Papal
ings, in His consecration and
death. It was “peace” in all the
utterances of His life, peace
beaming from His gentle eye,
peace spoken by his daily acts,
peace in His bearing humbly and
patiently the buffetings, strokes
and insults and injuries that
were put upon Him.
“good will to man,” for every
thought, word and act of that
blessed life of His was the trans
lation of God’s infinite love into
forms visible.to the mortal eyes
that saw him. — John McCulloch.
6mkdS Lodgi No. 125, I. 0. 0. F„
Meato xvi-ry Hatnrday night in <M<1 Fel-
George Keller, N. O. ; D.
M. Boterto. S.MH-tury.
brothrra «|iecially invite«! t<> attenti.
« all an « » hi tot hi ret m i re i.v.
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of land desire to permanently establish 4 37 9 «»Kl JD12 242 244 344 34 1 44
G rea ham
the corners ami boundartea thereof they
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m 29 10 2912 24 2 244 344 43 1 14
or any of them, shall notify the county
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surveyor to that effect, ami furnish him
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with the names and addresses <,t all per
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sons, as far a« known, who may lie af-
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i (ected by such survey.
The surveyor shall cause written no-
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; tice to lie served on all persons to be af
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fected by such proposed survey, stating
I the time when it will be made. If any
such land owners are non-residents of
the county the surveyor shall get service
on them by publication. Notice may lie
waived by all or any of the |>eraonsto be
affected by the survey, by signing a
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writing to that effect.
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Bruner . |
(in the day mentioned in the notice ft 47
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the surveyor shall proceed to make the 5 V»
survey, ami may adjourn the work from 5 ft*’
ft 01 7 O n 40 JO ix'u 44 2 44 4 54 I 54 1 21 K-ady Hiding
day to day if necessary. Ufion applica ft 06 7 12 N V 10 >2 12 42 2 12 I 42 4 Ml4 2
tion of any peraon interested he shall
take the testimony of any witness in
A. M ««urea In Unman, f. M ««urea tu black.
4 Dally eacaM «unday.
writing ami sworn to, touching any point
For Oregon City, Cancmah Park and way pointa, change can al Golf June*
material to the survey I m ing mada and
shall file the same with hie report in tit«
For Lent«, Mount Scott and eaat aide pointa, change car« at Lenta Junction.
office of tlie county surveyor.
Upon the completion of such survey
W. P. MÜLCHAY, Traffic Agent.
and the filing of such report by th«
General Office«, Fir«t and Alder Sta., P ortiamo , O rboom .
Between Cedarville Junction and Troutdale