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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 30, 1908)
Succeeding Growham Vindicator, Greaham Gaavttv. hiM Multnomah Rcconi»
Multnomah Kcvord and Mviitavilla Herald.
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to fort ¿n <s*untrie«. »'.'»’
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cop-.« ' '
tsk for clubbing rates
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Stamp* accepted up to .50cent».
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EsiMVtally farmer»’ and businek, men ' Utter Head'. Envelop«'. B utter Wrapt» r> Statetu« nt',
eu . m small or large quantities Auction Rills. iMdgvr». Poster», etc . printed on short notice*
Entered as second class matter at the poatolHce at Gr9.»hau>. Oregon.
threats are very likely to take
form. If Mr. Bryan were a lit
tle more stable in his political
views his election would svm
very probable. He is generally
acknowledged to be making a
splendid canvass and to have a
fine chance to win even by his
was in the chair.
however low thy stale,
rise above it» cringing
Now is the Time
After the devotion»,
routine business was
One item of inlerest was the a«h»ptiun of
a yearly pi <»gram cmisistmg of ’.‘I meet
ings, two each month.
We hop* to give
the readers the full program a* adopted
The program of thv afler-
how to make it
When siOnmer has pa«*-
state«, thv sun is only
mild under the
blue *kle* of Southern
Thia i* one
ol nature’s happv pro
visions- eternal summer
f >r thorn» who cannot en
dure a more severe cli
California ha* l*wn « all-
ed the ’* Me»’1 I «if the
tels ami stopping places
are «» varíe*I *• th“"«* of
Visitors cun al a ays find
com pam> hi «,
ami varied, pleasing rec
liauavr said» in |»art, that to have a hap i
Within thyself aume dorn ant »veiling py home man ami wile must la* equally
yoked together, in heart ami mind,
Just wailing for th# tillage of thy will »« rving thv I »rd. I'raisv in the home is
To an! its growth, hum which some «lav
ot value, »voiding should rtiivlv bv in
A li.ti vest worthy of the rea|w»r’* »kill. dulged
tH'.irs," miiucl) . la‘nr and torla'ai The
Within thyself jH'iiir thought, bn mJ
unkind woi«i should i»v withheld as It
Doth »dive to find ex|*iv»»i >n through c.iunot la* recalled. »Hatlieiivv uLould
la* required of vhihlrvii. Othvis present
Or through the hand, with which go discussvd the topic in all its bearings.
I'wu so I ami were rendered by Mis. Addl-
More talent than was ever »ven or
t«>n and one iimtiumental.
Within thvsclf there lies some latent
( lark. Attention was called to a very
interesting historical skrteli of the 25
\s indent a* ha» ever come to light.
Which but waits the coming «»f the li*»ur years' work of thv
When thou »halt get it tree before t hristian Temperauce Union, winch is
put'lished in the September number uf
I» strength to
WM, A. MORANO
which were «inducted by Mrs. Emma
Mrs. IJaaiv Hoskins,
SOUTHERN PACIFIC CO
C o '« store
H. W. SNASHALL
E. B. DUFUR
of the firm «■( i sntsn A Di n s
«101 H t J Ctirlx'd lildg , P«» hit INI», Ona.
J. M. Short. M. I).
S. P. Bittner. M. D.
Ph rwlci«n»-Mur groat.
DR. II. II. O UT'.
11 K N T I » T
Will la* glad to supply Sume
because of the threatened results
The article* was written by Mrs. AddikMi
verv attactive literature, de
which we are told will follow.
who is tin* state historian of thv Worn- ■
have sprung the truly
scribing in detail the many de-
an's Christian temperance Uuiun.
The middlemen are anxious be
ligts <>( winter in California.
insure in the
fall before a forceful
the neat meeting was ainioiimv«l to
Very low round trip earursion
I dI lllul 0 1 Farwsrs’ Miliil F.R.A.
A new bulletin of the Corre cause traffic in grain, minerals,
la* held thv second Friilav of Novemla*r
ticket» are on ash* to California.
ary Q uinlan L avuhun .
al thv residence of Mrs. Additon.
spondence-study department of livestock, or merchantable
' (K.rm.r. Mutual Fir. H.’tl. t Aw'not l*<>riUn<l>
The rate from Portland to L>»s
interested in the moral rvlorm work are
the University of Oregon has wealth depends for its value as
Angeles and return is
cordially invited. One of the fvalurvs
just been received. The scope determined by the demand which
The Present Crisis.
of this meeting will lie a rep»rl of cur
of the work has been greatly en may or may not be improved by
BY LOW KU..
rent events in the reform work, which
stopover priveleges in either
larged over the beginning made the result of our votes ; and the When a deed is done for Freedom, cannot tail to bv of great interest.
Ipply to H. W. Snashali, Pre».
last year, and now covers courses capitalist is interested since the
rates are in affect to all Cali
in English Classics. Shakespeare. success of his investment de
We believe every community ought
Writ«' to J. J. Kern. Secretary.
Kuna a thrill of jov prophetic, trembling
to have a study club.
Pedagogy. Botany. History, Al pends upon the policy of the on from vast to wrest,
MAE. Yamhill .t
F<»r full Itifnrmalion. slsepluf r*r rrasrv*
ii i th kefs,rail, writ* oi -• •• «<•( h
gebra. Geometry, Trigonometry. coming administration, at least Ami the slave, where’er he cowers, feel* Thoughts are things, am! a drop of
C. W. Stinger, C. F. A.
Analytic Geometry, and several that is either what he thinks, or the soul within him climb
make thousands, ves, millions
sol anU Washington «tre*ls
courses in mathematics for teach pretends he thinks.
- UP -
O. P. A.
1* l*rnwing \eir—N*»w is the time to
Now as a matter of fact, if it Of a century hurst« full-bloaeon>ed on ami in order to have the momentum Wm. McMURRAV,
begin to select v«»ur Presents
By means of this work any were not for one thing it would the thorny »tern oi Time.
upward and onward we must oursghvs
Drop in and let me sh«»w
student who has not time to at not make much difference wheth
you *»<>m«* <»f the many useful urtich-a
Through the walls of hut and palace see to it that thv thoughts wv send out
tend college or high school, can er Bryan or Taft won. That one sh<H)ts the instantaneous throe.
tn* filled with all that is lovely ami uf
BUI HR WRAPPERS
pursue, with hardly any cost, thing is the revenue question. When the travail of the Ages wrings of good report.
practically the same work by At least that is the assumption. earth's systems to ami fro;
II E R A I. 1» O EE ICE
’’Through Eye-Gate ami
Ear-Gatv AT TH E
••I; VERY THING IN JEW I LI HY"
correspondence through the Uni As a matter of fact, even that is At the birth of each new Era, with a into thv City of Child-Soul.In thr
New Kate—timid (or io ilavii
tut Morrison Street
versity courses, and receive credit not half so important as some of
education of the child, the eye as well
Nation wildly looks at nation, standing
Rear Tap*« Restaurant.
for it. Thousands of dollars our political friends would lead with mute lips apart.
as the ear ami heart has much to do
are sent out of Oregon to various us to believe. The democrats Ami glad Truth’s yet mightier min- and the average mother or teacher
Notke ot Sxte<M»l Indemnity ^clextion
correspondence schools, and the are few indeed who believe in child leaps beneath the Future's heart hails with delight any help* enabling Substriplion Prke of “The Herald’’ United state« l«n«l iHtlre, Portland, Or*g<M»,
her to guide the young mind through BIX M«»NTHM
«»rtuiM-r la. no*.
University believes that a large absolutely free trade, and the So the Evil’s triumph sendeth, with a these gates. Dr. Stall, an eminent UNK YKAR
N«*tLeo 1» ht-rrht given that tha Hint* <»l Ore
part of this might just as. well republicans are very numerous terror and a chill,
<>ntietober W. i’**. ap|>llr«i t*»r th.* K I iof
writer and an eiftvrt in the line of work THXKK YKtRS
F«»l K YKARM
A ja *»K I 4 of Mrttton 10 T I R R 4 k and A la« I In
be saved to the people of the who do not support the extreme Under continent to continent, the sense of capturing the rye and ear of the F1VB
siw thia ••fThr a list <>t H» h<««»| ln«|rinaity M» l«rtl<»n«
it« which It •• lr«-tr«l »aid la ml a nd I hat <* l«l
of coming ill.
young, has recently given us a txsik,
state. The enrollment of this protection idea.
llat |a ••pan I«» thr public U«r I tin ( mg -II««»»
And the slave, where’er he cowers, feels that cannot fail to be a delight in the
Notice <or Publication.
Any and a.t peraairv» claiming a«l»< r«^y thr
department will reach three
aho»«* <ir*M*rllMGl land i>r any legal •ubdivl«h'ii
It is daily becoming too evi his sympathies with God
nursery, for parents, teachers ami all IVpart no-nt of :hr Interior, I’ H land OS«*«-, thrrrof, ur claiming thr «am«* under Ihr mil»
thousand students for the year. dent that the protective policy In hot tear-drops ebbing earthward to interested in the training of children at Foreland, Oregon, <h*i«»iar 17th, iwtw
ing inw«, <»r <lc«irlng I«» «h<<w m !<I land to I m ,
mur« valnabh- f**r mineral lh«u tor agrtmltur
N« «il» I is hereby ¿1 • • u that Wtniaai vt.
along moral and religious lines. The thrrr, of latourvllr Falla tiregon.whu <»n April | | u'¡-«tnen. <>r l«i i>i>|«-< t 1«, «aid «*i*€tl<»n f*»t
has been carried too far, that lie drunk up by the sod.
h gal rra«on. «ht»nbl Ala their claim« <»r
afhdavtt« ot i»fotr»t t»r ront*«l In ihl« »»f
In our list of exhibitors of last most of the law-defying trusts Till a corpse crawls round unburied, book is published by the Vir Publishing Hvrial No «W.VJ. tor aw 1 « <>f RF 1 4 iW-rtion a » their
AUiKHNON » DRK a BKR. Rrgio. r
delving in the nobler clod.
company of Philadelphia, and is entitled Town«hlp I North H«n<» & Ka«t Willano lit
«»ko W Hll KR* Rrerlvrr
Mrrltllnh, has Alati n««lk*r uf hilrnllun to tn<«taa
week we overlooked mentioning in the country are the outgrowth
I hereby draiftnate the H» wwr Stale Herald.
For mankind are one in spirit, and an ••Five-Minute Object sermons to Chil Final Fi»r year I’rtM.f, to e«tabll»h claln« lt>
thr lain! alMtvr dearrltwd. lu-fur«- th«* Rrgi»
Frank Heiney’s display of mould of this system, and that any in
at «>rewha«n Or«*g«-n a« th«- new»
In a wonderfully captivating t«-r an<l Ravvivar • » l ain! ofh«*<*.al I’ortlantl,
instinct bears along,
j•<• per in wlilrh th«* «burr tudicr 1« to b* |mt»>
ings and finishing stuff.
Mr. stitution that outgrows in finan Round the earth’s electric circle, the and interesting way the author ha* Oregon, on th«- -jnth «lay <»f November MW*.
Al.OF.RNoN M DltkMMKR. Heglntrr.
First pub. Ort. n. luus la«t pul* Nov 17, IMB
taken simple things of everyday life ami
I'laimant name« a» wltne»»«*«
heiney’s display was neatly pre cial strength a proper recogni swift Hush of right or wrong;
pushed through the eye-gate and ear «i M Hain*», of Lahoirelh* Falls, <»return,
sented in a glass case and while tion of the obligation it owes to Whether conscious or unconscious, yet gale at once into the city of child-soul. ' II. Hurkholder. •
Read the “Want Ads.” Your
Fur instance a chapter on Character Ales Harr,
not bulky in size was a good dis the masses who are being taxed Humanity’s vast frame
AI.GKRNON A UHFJ4HKR RrglMvr.
Through its ocean-sundered fibres feels ami Worth he illustrates with thr fol
Wants Supplied on page 8.
play of quality. His mill has en to protect its interests and that
lowing objects: old Iron, broken cluck (<»rl. 23 I*»» Nov JD IWWj
the gush of joy or shame :—
joyed a favorable reputation for evades or refuses to obey the In the gain or loas of one rare all the
The txxik should 1« in every library,
both school and home.
laws made to regulate its com rest have equal claim.
There may be others wfio have mercial relations, has outgrown Once to every man and nation come*
escaped our attention but it was the need of a fostering protec the moment to decide.
not intentional and we herewith tive system and should be left to In the strife of Truth with Falsehood, FREE METHODIST ( Hl R<’H —
"THE SCHOOL OF QUALITY"
Rev. 8. <». R oprr , pastor.
offer our apologies if anyone fight its battles alone.
Why for the good or evil side ;
A. P. Armstrong, LL.B., I*rlncl|>al
Sunday School, 10 a m.; Pr«*n< hingi
Some gres t cause. <owl’s new Messiah,
has been overlooked.
should you and I be taxed to pay offering each the bloom or blight.
every Sumiiiy at II a m.and H p. m .
<I,\Ve occupy two floors 65 by too feet, have a fio,000 equipment,
meeting, Tliuixlay evening at
their expenses, fighting the suits Parts the goats ii|*>n the left hand, and ft Prayer
employ a large faculty, give individual instruction, receive more calls
The Herald regrets to bear the brought to punish their unlawful the sheep upon the right,
Our school admittedly leads all
EVANGELICAL CHURCH,: for office help than we can meet.
And the choice goes by forever ’twist
announcement to its friends and acts?
Gresham—8 krvi < r.** (German), in
to attend such an institution.
that darkness and that light.
a m., every first, thinl and fifth Sun-
The whole theory of protec
the friends of Mr. R. Henderson
CHald a Ruwlnets Man: "Keep hammering away everlastingly on thorough
«lays of ra cn month.
of the firm of Carlson & Hender tion and free trade is peculiar. Hast thou chosen, <> my p«*ople, on SAINT MICHAEL’S C ATHOL I C work. It will win out in the end." Sahl an Ednralor: "The quality of instruc
tion given in your school makes it the standard of its kind in the Northwest."
son that Mr. Henderson is about There are not many of us who whose party thou »halt stand,
CHURCH, Sandy, Ore —Rev. Brrrh-
Ere the Doorn from its worn sandals
told hurrer. Services w ill lie held <»n
C,Open all the year. Students admitted at any time. Catalogue free.
to leave us for a business enter are not at once free traders and shake*» the dust against our land?
the first Sumlay of each month at
Any bank, any newspaper, any business man In Portland.
prise elsewhere. Though he has protectionists. The good Oregon Though the cause of Evil prosper, yet i 10:30 a. in.
not been in our town long, he republican who sends to a Chica 'tie Truth alorm is strong,
has proven himself to be of the go mail order house for his sup And, albeit she wander outcast now, I
right sort. His general attitude plies is a free trader, while the see around her throng
Troops of beautiful, tall angels, to en-
toward the town and its enter democratic merchant who com shield her from all wrong.
prises has been highly commend plains because that republican
Backward look across the ages and the
able and we cannot express our merchant does not trade at home beacon*momenUi see,
selves too freely when we say is a protectionist of the true That, like p aksof some sunk continent,
that we very much regret the type. In fact, that is the best jut through Oblivion's sea;
social and business loss his going argument the protectionist has. Not an ear in court or market for the |
If we trade at home the profits Of low
will bring upon the town.
those Crises, God’s stem winnowers, |
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department superintendents of the profit, which is added to his Never
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not having furnished the pre
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Some of it could not be arranged
has liven elect«*d president of the Mult
for any sooner and some of it which were elected. Either of nomah
Woman’s Christian Temj>erancv
could not be shaped up by us any them will find that it will be Union forces, has already a plan afoot c Bpecial ‘ ar Laave« Portland Batarday Miglile (
sooner. There is a limit to the
to lengthen the borders and strengthen
amount of copy we can get up ries into operation and some of the stakes already set.
each week and there is a limit to them will be found to be utterly Institute work will b«> opened up in
Between Linnemann and Troutdale
the time when we must go to impracticable, just as other men early l>ec?ml»er with a two «lays’ meet
press. Between the two, good
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the moneyed organizations of the cers. It was held at Mrs. Jane Donald
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country are trying to force the son's, 310 Fremont street, an«i was a
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Before we have once again election of a representative of most enjoyable affair. All county un
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gone to press the great question the party that supports the pro ions were invited.
Central Union of Portland meets ev
of whom shall we have for Pres tective policy by threats of a
ery Monday afternoon and holds a noon
For Oregon City, Catvmah Park and way points, change cars at Golf Juuction.
ident will be settled. This is in panic if their political views do prayer service every day at 12.
For LenU, Mount Hcott and east aide points, change cars at Lents Junction.
deed an anxious moment. The not get the support of the peo Mount Scott Union met this week at
W. P. MULCHAY, Traffic Agent.
laboring man dreads the outcome ple, and the worst of it is their Mrs. Clark s, one mile south of I^ent*.
General Offices, First and Alder Sts., P ostland , O bioon .
Fred I). Flora
Portland Railway Light & Power Co.