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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (June 12, 1908)
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GRESHAM, MULTNOMAH COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 1908
THE EAGLE TO SCREAM MARKET DAY EOR
STAFF HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY AND
BAND CONCERT AND
IN GRESHAM JULY 4
CHERRY FAIR WILL BE HELD SOON CHERRIES PRIZETAKERS
SHOW AT GRESHAM
EOR BAND STAND
Ths mid-summer meeting of the State Horticultural Htriely and Cherry
Cherries, One of Which Makes Band Boys Decide to Celebrate Plan Which Proves Benefit to
Gresham Council Adopts Many Uniforms Sent lor—Band Will Fair will lie held at The Dalles, Oregon, on June 30, July 1 and 2, Hr*
Several Good Mouthfuls,
Give Celebration That Will
Tlie following are the prizes offerwl by The Dull«* Business men to es-
Many Localities Will Be
Measures Making for
I the Fourth—Business Men
Grow Right Here.
Surpass All Events.
ONE BOX EXHIBIT
1O-II». llOX, 1 wt Prise, Cup, Value, »10
Itoyal Ann . . . .
2d Prize. <!a«li,
Gresham is to have a monthly Mar
Arrangements are completed for ths
The Gresham city council met In
As the cherry season approaches and
Gresham is to celebrate the glorious
ket Day in the near future if plans now
an adjourned aeaaion last Monday night band concert amt show for Saturday Bing..............................
let Prize. Cup,
and passed upoa many matters of great night. It promise« Ui fo a big affair
2d I’rir«*, Ca»li,
3 Cherry Fair at Th .- Dalles, opening on a meeting of the Gresham Concert fond under way carry successfully. The
2 June .’Ibth, it m interesting to remind
matter has been agitated on the streets
im|«>rtance to the citlariis generally. ami will net the band a handsome sum
• * V
1st Prize, Cup,
10 our readers that one of the largest ami last Thursday evening it was <leeide<l to and in the stores for some time but it
In the altaeiic« of Mayor Short, lewis toward the new suits.
Eighteen suits l«aiulM*rt
2d Prize, Cash,
take in charge ami posh to the front a was giv*-n a big boost on Monday night
Shattuck was elected b> the chair. rtl have been ordered from the Ea«t an<l
2 finest orchards of fomliert cherries is
big celebaation. The business men of when the councilmen took up the qu*-s-
will tie worn tir«l on the Fourth at the Black Itepublii-an . .
eouncilnian were preeent
1st Prize, Cup,
had been for several weeks tion and decided on immediate action.
The improvement of the streets and big celebration at Gresham which the
Tbe Misses Webb won the two first
2 prizes on Lambert« at the Cherry Fair ,ia»t considering the pro(>osition ami
The first definite step will be the
general betterment of the town came In fond has arranged for
The suits and
for Its share of consideration. It was eapa are to fo bottle-green with black
FIVE BOX EXHIBIT
at Salem last year.
They gathered readily promised their aid and support calling of a mass meeting. A commit
tee was appointed to interview Mr.
ID-lb. boaea. |i»t Prise, Cup, Value. • 16 from their tree« laat year a marketable to make tlie affair a big one.
ordered that Third, Fourth and Fifth Stripes.
To this end T. R. Howitt and Lewis Tom Richardson, of the Oregon De vel
2d Prize, Casti.
ft crop of 35 tons of cherries. Tbe Cherry
streets, and II ikh I and Roberta avenue«
Tlie stage arrangements will I m * s sur
3d Prize, “
Shattuck, who represent the commer
be cleaned up and acraped,
A resolu prise to everyone. The finest stage out Bing.........................
Ul Prise, Cup,
15 Fair comes too early thia year for them cial interests, were appointed an execu- opment league, who is the best
publicity man in Oregon today, and it
tion was |>ass<<<l giving notice of the in side of Portland ha« lawn arranged ami
2*1 Prize. Cash,
tention of lb«* count'll to order I be also goal seating arrangements. The
Rev. John Roach Stratton, whose art i tive committee, together with Fred is hoped to secure him to s|>eak at the
15 icle entitled “The Queen City of the , Fieldhouse of the band. This gives the mass meeting. This will fo definitely
1st Prize, Cup,
grading • nd improvement of Roforta stage will have electric lights and foot Lamfort
2d Prise, Cash,
' affair a capable and experienced hem I
avenue l»r tween Second and Third light« and other up-to-date features.
3 Northwest" won th*- *l<l<> prize offered which will work together with citizens announced just as soon as arrangements
can be completed.
fowls Shattuck will furnish the boys Blni k Republican
Im Prise, Cup.
15 by the Commercial chilis of Portland,
5 am) which is being widely published, : ami the fond in preparing for the event.
There are many towns and cities in
2*1 Prize, Cash.
A petition was received an«l placed sll tlie necessary costume« and stage
Tliat Gresham is the ideal place to Oregon having a Market Day once a
8 makes Utting reference to the cherries
on tile asking the eoundl to place lights furnishings
Programs have Iwen
General Exhibit of 15 or more ID-lb. boxes, not Ir«« than three varieties of this vicinity and especially the Webb • Iraw a successful crowd, was demon month, some of them onee a week, and
at the street cFsuiiig«,
printed and the advertisement« in
strated at last year's celebration ami at the method is said to prove very suc
An amendment to Ordinance 4, the ths neat little folder show tlie interest I at Prize, Cash, »25; 2d Prize, Cash, lift; 3d Prize. Cash. *I«>.
Farm. He says:
All fruit entered for premium must fo grown by the exhibitor.
! the fair in the fall. As each event aur- cessful. The day will be made a time
aal'>>n ordinance, was given its first and the business men of Gresham take in
“The provert) alsnit ‘tw*i bites of a
cherry’ lostu-s its foree in Oregon, tor l*a»iie» the other, rt goes without saying for buying and selling or exchanging
If thia amendment the baud.
The Bind l*oys took a jaunt last Wed two bites of her cherries make two fair that the biggest crowd that ever gath- 1 stock and any other articles. The farm
la adopted the >al<«*na in the town will I An open-air concert will precede th*-
ered in a city of Gresham's size will er will be e*|>ecially benefited as many
nesday to Cedarville, R«’kwood, Terry, ly good mouthfuls.
Is- required to <-l*sw up not later than ; show.
“A pleasant memory here comes to view and participate in celebrating the people will come to buy bis produce
Fairview ami Troutdale in a l«lly-l>o,
12 o'clock, midnight There w«a strong , Th« Gresham Concert B*n<l was or-
; and gave open air concerts, advertising mind. I was driven out one afternoon Nations' holiday.
and it will thus improve his market
talk also of enforcing the whole law ■ ganized in June, 191)7, with 12 pieces by
by a ]*arty of ladies and gentlemen in
J N. Bra tn hall is intending to buy au
The fond will furnish tlie music and and that near home. The towns of
I the big show Saturday night.
They an automobile to the Webb Cherry
now on the alalute Isstka against the ‘Chas. Merrill. Il area ths official fond automobile in the near future.
were well received and encouraged.
Farm. 12 miles from Portland.
I saw the local ball teams will take a band in Athena, Pendleton, Baker City and
saloons, especially relating to selling to at tbs Fourth of July celebration in
J. A. Walker was in Woodland,
there l<) acres of fombert cherry tree», the sports. The funds are in sight, and Oregon City are a few of the places hav
¡Gresham last year. Later it was re-or
minora and Sunday closing
Prof. E. E. Daring of Coquille, Ore., from which, the owner told me later,
Wash., early thia week en business.
l>osters about ready for the press, Bear ing Market Days.
The council took favorable action on ganised ami was the administration
was in Gresham this week visiting old 37 tons of cherries were shipped this
the event in mind and come and parti- certainty be in this list with a large
the appropriation of |l<«i lor the rrec- fond at the Multnomah County ami
friends. Prof. Daring was a former summer. The Lamberts are the big
I three-and-a-half-inch fellows, and the cipate in this grand celebration.
record of attendance and sales and ex
tiou of a fond stand.
It la probable Grange Fair and Carnival, under the er of Bull Run made a business trip to teacher in the Gresham school.
trees when we were there were literally
changes ou Market Day.
the aland will I m * built al once. Mr, direction of Fred Fieldhouse.
t'mler Gresham Wedmaday.
Mra. Ed l.itllepage made a trip to the
The skating rink is enjoying a liberal ;
Meyers, of the First Stale Bank, has ' hie direction the fond was prosperous Mrs. Cockelreas left an order at tbe
burden of luscious, red-black fruit.
Herald office for some sale bills.
I Tbe dark-red meat of these matchless ]«tronage and furnishes excellent ; Mrs. Grace Bourliill and children,
offered to donate the use of the ground : and won much praise and comment.
Mr. and Mra.l.e»terTulun|«onof Port cherries is so juicy and rich that one amusement for the young and old. The Mrs. Stella Ottman, and Mrs. Echo Vin
Rev. W. T. Kerr of Portland preached
just north of tlie bank (or the purpuee.
Under the direction of the present
Councilmen Stuart and Thomas were J leader, Dr. II. H OU, the fond has forg- al Pleasant Home last Stimlay, holding land visited at the home of Mrs. TlKMup- fairly lays back the head and allows tbe band played at the rink twice the past ton of Grants Valiev are visiting their
delicious nectar to ravish the |ialate
aunt, Mrs. Preston.
ap|s>intrd a committee to confer with e*l rapidly to the front and taken a place quarterly meeting for Dr. Rowland. son’s sister, Mrs. J. W. Lawrence. Sun and trickle slowly down the throat "
tlie bund boys
Another of the fine cherry orchard»
Treasurer Metsger reported fund« to i thur FleMhouee, Free.; Dr. II. II. <Ht, ths work of the pastor. Rev. C. B
George Bornstedt, wife and (laughter, near Gresham is the Bing orchard on
tlie amount of II IM N8on hand. Claims i leader and manager; Chas. Merrill, sec Reece, in good shape.
were eeeu on our streets Wednesday.
tlie Mountain View Farm, owned by
amounting to »52 ♦*>’ were allowed.
retary; A. J. Stout, Treasurer.
Grealiain Grange will hold an open
C. O. Hamlin had the misfortune to W. W. Cotton, managed by II. E.
The following are the meiiibcra and ' meeting, in memoriam, on Saturday, tear his thumb loose from Ids hand Davis. Many tons of Oregon's most
June 13. Visitors are invited. A good which necesaitated ten stitches in dress luscious cherries are each year picked
Seats now selling at tlie Drug Store for the parts taken :
leader program is tiring pre|>ared.
Dr. II. >1. Ott
ing it. He was driving his team along from these trees and ship|*ed to various
A. J. Btout.
J. N. Brainhall was in Portland on the highway when he colided with an parts of the country.
are still crowded
............... Clarinet Tuesday and brought horns a standard auto and in the collision Mr. llaiulin
bred trotting colt which he will train injured hie hand.
»¡_t . .
Solo Carnet and pul into service.
O. 1 Neal
, Giants Lose first Game of Season.
A Rot'SlNG TWO-ACT COMEDY John Bhattuck
J. A Walker, manager for J. N. the Methodist church a pleasant sur-
The Gresham Giants went over to
... Second Cornei
— Produced by—
Bramhall, will go to Woodland, Wash., prise on a recent practise evening at Camas Sunday and lost their first game
for a month.
the home of Mrs. Meade.
After the of the season. However, it was an hon-
The Gresham Cone eft Band
young folks were through singing Mrs. orable loss for Camas scored only on
Dan Talbot. ..
.................Tenvr have been spending several days with Preston served delicious refreshments Gresham’» error», caused by crippled Needle*. Shuttles and Bobbins for
Marie ami Lillie Balmer.
All four in tlie way of sandwiches, tea, cake and men, and not on their superiority. Ita
use In All Makes of Sewing Machines-
wafers which were very much enjoyed lic threw the ball away twice on ac
Robt Ikiane .
count of a sprained wrist and let iu four
Ed. Metager ..........
Mrs. Victor Smith and children of and appreciated by all.
WHEN IN NEED CALL
MAIN STREET - GRESHAM
Tufo W aaco, Sherman county, Oregon, have
we have obtained the following:
The follies Aid society of tbe Metho wore», Metzger was sick, Hamlin also
Dr. 8. P. Bittner
dist church met this week at Mrs. J. C. had a bruised arm, and Marshall a
Snarv Pruni been visiting Mrs. O. I. Neal.
Surveyor fowls has surveyed tbe Allen's. The Aid cleared from the iee game leg.
The score stood 6 to 2 at the end of
tracts owned by T. Brugger, E. Scliwed- cream booth on June 4th *42 and not
the ninth inning in Camas' favor. Both
ler and E. E. Sleret. The lines have *2.‘> as re;iorted last week.
Thieves Rob Post Office.
’ 70 ACRES - JO Under Cultivation ;
Don’t forget that we pay the highest cash price« for y<>ur produce.
Attention! Everyhmlv!! IXin’t for- Metzgar for Cernas and Townsend for < ►
been uncertain for soms years.
! Good House, Barn, Good Well, ]
to be in Gresham on next Monday Gresham pitched an excellent game, al- ; !
Theivea plied their trade in Fairview
BEEF — No. 1 Steers, 4*,e; No. I Cows, 4<
Elder J. F. Brower of Orient gave his
; Fine Young Orchard, Plenty of < Monday night hut secured little booty. excellent moving picture exhibition at evening, June 15, at 8 o'clock sharp, lowing no walks. Townsend retired 10 <i
SHEEP — 4 to
HOGS—100 to 175 lbs., 8f
' Timber, Finest Soil, Well Drained, i They entered tlie store of A. L. Stone Boring on Monday night and lectured which marks the time set for the wheel or 12 men with his fearless pitching. ; ’
VEAL—7 to 7l.f
I (.orated S mile south of Gresham ; and the O. R. A N. depot by breaking on the Passion Play an*l Temperance on barrow ride, the great event of the sea- The boys are trying to g*t Cauias to , ►
; schoolhouse. Price low. Write . through windows. At the store they Tuesday and Wednssday nights. The eon. For further information read the consent to a return game on the home ! Pork and Veal received ONLY on Tuesday and Thursday except at our order ’
’ at once or call on
i took *111 that happened to fo among audiences were large and appreciative. article on the front page under the head grounds June 21, when they will “show
Remember We Have Fresh Fish Every Thursday and Saturday. J
. ,lleu> how •* >• done *“ Oregon.”
W. B. Turner, Ovnr. ; Mr. Stone's papers, ami was the only Elder Browsr will lecture at Eagle Creek of “Wheelbarrow Procseaion."
T. R. HOWITT & CO.
OREGON i money afoul the place. Nothing else on Friday ami Saturday and will preach
Miss Grace fowrence has resigned '
was disturbed. At the dr;iot tliev broke at the lkiiigla»« schoolhouse on Sunday
Albon Meinig of Sandy passed through • POWELL STREET
GRESHAM, OREGON <
(t. ontinued on last page.)
Gresham the first of the week.
the combination on the money drawer both morning and evening.
| but found no easb. A sample case of
Miss Helen McCourt of Portland vis-
i I 18) ONLY FIRST -CLASS , t tapeatry paint belonging to Mias Graves
ited al the home of her aunt, Mrs. Ma-
of Denver, Colo., was tba only thing bel Mead, the pint week.
| taken. They also attempted to open
Mies Florence Cleveland, who has
Miss Graves' trunk but failed, Four
s|«*nt the ¡«st year in Berkeley, Cal.,
• Suits Pressed. Cleaned and ;
ROYAL BREAD and WASHINGTON ICE CREAM
where she has lieen attending sclioo).
train were the only tools found.
Complete Lines of !
returned to her home in Portland laat • Get Your Fireworks of D. M. Roberts.
Repaired 75c. and up
Il is supposed the thieves were travel
week. She visited her grand|«rents, •
Agent for Troy foundry.
Mr. and Mrs. Janies H. Preston, a few •
Ice Cream Wholesale at Portland Prices
to take th« train on Tuesday morning
; Sig Knighton, Prop. I was delayed by the loss of her property.
Mi«» Hazel Howell of Rullrun visited
1 Opposite Poatoffko, Gresham J The case was found under some ma
B. F. ROLLINS
'»♦»»•♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦t chinery about MH) yards from the depot. days la«t week.
Mias Lula Sweet, who lias spent the
past year in Boise, Idaho, where she is
training (or a nurse, is s;*ending her
vacation with her sister, Mrs. Hattie
Wostell. Her brother, Guy Sweet, is
also home for a few weeks' visit with
Ida sister, Mrs. Wostell.
PAID-UP CAPITAL INCREASED 100 PER CENT Mrs. Lewis Shattuck was among Port
Despite the fact that the deposit* of banks as a whole are much less this year land visitors on Monday of this week. :
Five year guarantee.
Full list of attachments.
Men's Peg Top, College Pattern. Corduroy» Cl
Regular |3 and »4 waists now on sale at .
tuan last year, the FIRST STATE BANK showsan increase of business over
A real Bargain.
Frank Phelps of Bullrun, was seen on
Regular >4 and |4 values at....................
Such values as have never been shown in V“
last year <«f nearly 25 per cent as is shown by the following comparative our streets last Monday.
W. II. Woodard, who has made hie ;
A line of »2 and »2 50 values at 7f»r*
Jttxx S th , 1907
J vms S th , 1908 home in Gresham for over a year, has
We are selling agents for the following well
We are here with the goods and • vlv 10 J* I
New Creations in Neckwear. Men’s foather
known and reliable goods: Chase A Sandborn's
$72,032.50 gone to Gervais, Oregon, where he has
if you will only make us a call you will be fully
Belta. Straw Hats and such Haberdashery aa
teas and coffees, American ami El I wood fence
convinced that we are right and that we have
Loans and Discount!
43,136.70 accepted a )Kieition with the weekly
was never shown in a country »tore.
not said one-half what we should regarding
and gates, Standard Cement, Oliver Chilled
17,876.87 newspaper at that place.
and steel plows, Lorain Ranges, Reliable barn
Rev. W. N. Coffee of Portland will 1
door hangers and track and Louden hay carriers.
Increase in Depoaits, 25 per cent, Increase in L omi , 00 per cent, Pahl ■up Cap hold his quarterly meeting in Gresham
We have over bought on Oxfords and Summer
ital, 100 per oent. We have :tfio people with checking account« amounting to
Everyone of them are Goods of Merit.
nearly *44,000.00 which (hows the convenience of a check hook. You will never the 12th jnd 14th of this month at tbe
surely the greatest bargains ever offered to tlie
We have just rocieved a car load of Furniture
know how handy and convenient it is to have a check account until you have Free Methodist church.
public. Men’s. Women’s, Girl’s and Children's
tried it with a fonk close to home, THE FIRST STATE BANK.
which goes on the market at prices that aft*
Oxfords in Tans, Blacks, Patents. Vici and Satin
anything that any good fonk will handle and will appreciate your business. In
We retail furniture at
C»lf. ALL PRICES CUT 2ft PER CENT to
Carburumdum tool and sickle grimier.
terest paid on specified time deposits.
move stock that we have over bonght on. Try
Grocer's margins and can and will give vou the
One, two and three burner coal oil stove.
GREATEST BARGAINS you ever heart! of.
us when in need of shoes.
EMIL G, KARDELL,
Alfred Byse of Bickleton, Wash., lias
C arhi ,« purchased part of the Ogden place east
of Tioutdale and baa taken up his resi
dence thereon. Mr. Byze believes in
becoming acquainted with hie new
“Goods of Quality”
so he subscribed for The
G PE sn A M._Of?E.
OUR PRICES THE LOWEST
Saturday, June 13
FARM FOR SALE
F. B. STUART & GO.
FRESH MEAT AND FISH
: Hair Cutting and Shaving:
D. M. Roberts
WATCH US GROW
WE ARE HERE WITH A FEW SPECIALS THIS WEEK
PEG TOP CORDUROYS
SPEGIALS IN SHIRTWAISTS
SEWING MACHINES AT $15
NECKWEAR. BELTS, STRAW HATS
SPECIAL ON SHOES
SPECIALS IN FURNITURE AND RAN6ES
TWO NEW SPECIALS
FIRST STATE BANK