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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 4, 1908)
Farmers hauled prunes last gleston writes about Mind Curing
WM. A. MORAND
year twenty-five miles to a rail a Rate Maker; and there are a
NOTARY IT ULK'
road and sold at a profit *o small number of interesting stories.
O fficm , Root» A C u *» Store
that the undertaking was of Our attention was drawn to Mr.
questionable merit. Now it is Thomas’ article, having noticed
Succeeding Gresham Vindicator, Gresham tiaxvtte. East Multnomah Record,
absolutely certain that tons of others of his along the same line.
Multnomah Record and Montavilla Herald.
cherries, pears, plums, berries His general deduction is that
E. B. DUFUR
Publish« I Every Friday at Gre*ham. Ore., by the B kavbk S tatu P vbusminu C o
and some apples were wasted women are not mentally fitteti to
H. A. DARNALL. E piimb a \ o M anaukm .
ATTORNEY AT LAW
•ICtiFTI for auMcriptiona are not went an lea» requeati^t
The 1*1*1 on your (taper will hull
because of the want of a market. perforin the mental work of men
4M Ih» arm ni l imali a In n a
cate « tthin two week* the receipt of your remittance If it doe» not pica*«« notify u>
Phon». A A77ft. Malli :wt*
OiSCODTMUAYCft In keeping with well rwognutMl buMue«» principle», all tubavripltona will It is equally as certain thnt the through lack of culture or train
| SUI-th*» iWlwlt Hlilw , 1’iiMTi.Axn, Ona.
be stopped promptly upon expiration of time ¡«aid for
CtAAGf •* XflffllSS In ordering change ot addrea» give old as well at new addreaa
COMiSroaotNTS are wanted tn every community. If no eorropondvticv appears from your are relatively as small as they Her organization has been pro
neighborhood you are respectfully reqv »aled to »end u* a» many local item» a» you can.
w. t. <»rr
M. H. <> tt
could l>e and produce anything. ductive of the dissimilarity of
liHEanUM UTH LKGAl. ADVERTISING *et tn leaded six I’oint. hV per line rtr»t insertion
ftc per UneaSeh subsequent insertion DIS I 'LA \ ADVERTISING V» position guaranteed
»r per single column inch each lease. Liberal diacount allowed for either time or space adver A bushel of fruit —better fruit, occupations and mental activity.
VS^oaiti’orHanv sue) ¿e »er inch additional. READERS. lOr per line rtrwt insertion, te Per too—could be grown where a The result is a gradually devel
line each »ubnequent inseraion LOCAl S (Want Column only), lc a word each i**uv. counting
But, under oped tendency in the feminine
two Atfurve an initial or an abbreslation a» one word So local accented for le*» than 15 peck grows now.
PROFESSION AL C ARDS (one inch). 3Sc each i**ue CARDS OF THANKS (not exceed
present market conditions and mind to act in channels different THE COUNTRY CLUB
ing two Inche«). 50 cent* LETTERS OF CONlHiLKNCK (not exceeding four Inche») Il
OBIT VARIKS for actual subacriber» or members of their families. up lo 100 word*, free
undirected effort we can hope from men; this estrangement in
all orer 100 words, la a word (invariably in advance). Count the word* and remit accordingly
All Lodge Grange. Srhool, Church, or other notice» or adwsrtiaeuwnts of »octal», parties, for nothing better.
Some sort mental activity has moulded the
J. M. SHORT, M.D.
dance*, concerts, theatrical», etc . given for a profit, charged tor at regular rates.
Joins the New Race Track
In order to insure change of ad advertisers must have copy in this afllce not later than of producers’ association would mind of woman so that her lines
S. P. BUTNER, M.D.
Tuesday preceding day of publication
and Live Stock Grounds
SUtSOHETlM UTTS Per Year. Il ,V strictly tn advance
to foreign countries. IJ'V
Six put a different face on things. of thought are as fixedly differ
. Three month* trial »ubacription* .XV Single eopie* v A»k tor clubbing rate*
Here is a field for local granges. ent from those of men as to al
SHEHASCfS should be »ent by Express or Posiothce Money Order. Registered letter or Chech.
Stamp« accepted up to 30 cents.
What we want is an institution most classify her as another
MflWTiff is our »peeialtv. We are well equipped to do the be*t work at current prur*
This may be
Ka nee tally farmers’ and business men * letter Heads. Envelopes. Hutter W rapnerw. Statement*, that will can our peas and beans, specie* of being.
etc . in »mall or large quantities. Auction Hill*. Dodger». Posters. etc printed ou short notice
perserve our fruits, and pickle so. but we wonder what the
Entered a* »econdcla*» matter al the poatottce al Gresham. Oregon.
our cucumbers, cauliflower and women would have to say about CEMENT SIDEWALKS
cabbage. We can support such that. It is very interesting
Hl ILDINti RESTICriONS
Now is the Time
plainly as though they had been
a plant right here and we have reading but all theories along
5 Finish every day and be done J painted black. Well, its differ
sufficient shipping facilities to , those lines arc so often contro
J with it. For manner» and »1* j ent now.
* living, it is viee to remember. *
Of course conditions are not
, You have done what vou could; W
Instances where the occupation*
They never will be,
v some blunder» and absurdities no S perfect.
Now, to interest someone who or training of the sexes have
here or elsewhere, but they are
* doubt crept in; forget them aa
£ noa a» you can. Tomorrow is a S so much better that we may al has the enterprise to try it, we been identical that we are led to'
B new day ; you should begin it well W most feel safe to travel any are assured that ample ground think that mental activity is AND ON YOUR OWN TERMS
When «titnmer ha» |»aaa-
S and »erenelv ami with too high a , street in the town in company for a location will be donated by mostly a matter of individual de- %
ed in theae n>*rthern
£ spirit to be cumbered with oil S
alate», thè »un I» unir
one of our enterprising, public- velopment. But we must admit
‘inibì under thè brighi
B nonsense. This day for all that £ with anyone without fear of dis spirited citizens. Let us try to that women and men rarely have
Idue »klra «>f S*mtberti
g ia good and fair.
It is too dear g gracing them or ourselves.
COMI- AND BBE
Thi» i» <»ne
£ with its hope and invitations to J what commendation is the mayor
<»l nature*» happy prò*
vi»i«in»- eternai »uuiitter
J wa«te a moment on the rotten S getting for it? All that has been
fnr thoae whocannot en*
the same always. A little delay
The Mind Curing of a Rate
—E mkbbox .
done has met with bitter opposi
dure a more »rvvrv < li*
and the offer may be withdrawn Maker is an eye opener for the
tion in the council and press.
l'alifnrnia h i* hren cali*
and other conditions may arise railroad man who says the busi
The ‘‘Grand Old Man.” his pred
HKIA.NI> tas *T*KK
«»<1 thè ” Mecca of thè
that will make such an under ness will fail ona2-cent rate, for
wmler toiiri»t.” li» ho«
ecessor, permitted all these and
lei» an«l »toppinhf piar«»«
taking unprofitable, but if enter Mr. Eggleston clearly shows
other notorious facts and condi
are a» varied a* tinaie of
ed into now would surely mean that the excursion business of
nell regulatril ritira.
tions in the name of charity to
Viaitora vati alwav» tlnd
country is done on a lower rate
the fallen. The present system
»tu tal de accom m«»d a tlon,
and in some instances for less
Has Gresham a fire depart is based on “protection for the
and varied, plrawing ree*
Don’t overlook the clubbing than one cent, and in other cases
ment? We have been pretty innocent,” and the mayor will
closely related to this town for be appreciated after his term of
(Karinrr. Mutua) Fir» K. llot Au'not >*««ll»u4)
nine months now and have so far service is done and some less the last page. Perhaps you have miles is given away to encourage
never seen any evidence of it and persistent soul wields the official no faith in such offers. We have the travelling public in its work CONSERVATIVE. STRONG, SAFE
and we patronize them. We of bandrupting the railroads, i
only once did we hear that it has gavel.
have just ordered our Review of Even a rate of $.003 a mile is
done service, a year or two ago.
Will I m * glad to MUpply taune
very atlartivr lileraiitrr, de
Now. that is all wrong. We
We have printed the article Reviews, Delineator, McClures, recorded by some prosperous Apply to H. W. Saa.hall,
scribing in detail the inaliy dr*
hear-never having seen —that just run in the Grange Bulletin Outing and World’s Work from companies, whose excuse is that Write to J. J. Km, Secretary.
ligta of winter in California.
Very low round trip rxruraion
there is a chemical engine some by Professor Young of the State this list and at exactly the same the trains have to go anyway,
•VG EL Yaoihill at.. Portland
are <>n »ale lo California,
where: but no one seems respon University, on "Taxation.” The rates accorded you. Can’t you
Th«* rate Imm FB*>rtlainl to L>a
Angele» and return ia
sible for its conduct. One of the article contains lots of food for
worst fires we ever saw was the thought but we regret that it is yourself a Chistmas present of
GRAMit MHS IN BRIEF
Limit »ix iiiontba, allowing
result of ignorance in the man not more definite in its sugges
ahi|MK*«*r prlvelegra in either
agement of a fine engine; the tions for improvements. Criti year. Or perhaps you have a There will I m » election* <»( officer« nt i I» Drawing Near—Now :» the lune to
rate« are in affect lo all Call*
suction hose was dropped into cism of present laws is justifiable friend to whom you could make Columbia Grange next Salitrday. All begin to «elect your PFewenta. I ran
help you. Drop in ami let me «how
shallow water, the pump filled when better ones can be suggest a present. We are going to memljeraare requested tobe present.
y.Mi nome <>f tin* many uarful article«
with mud and the fire had its ed in such a specific way that make a special offer on The
hill liiformallon. «Irepi ng car r»-*rrva
ti«M» and th kct*. call, write «>r trlrgraph
own way. To be efficient a fire everyone can understand the
Grewbam grange will meri Saturday
C. W. Stinger, C. F. A.
Fred I). Flora
company should drill at least once proposed change. To do so, we latter for 5 years, at $1.50. The Dec. 12. Tbit will la» vleeifon <lay anti
ar«l and iv««hlngton *tr«*«'l«
“liVt-RYTHIMl IN JEWliURV”
a full turn out ia deuired. There will ’
a week, and occasionally without must avoid generalities.
l»l Morrison St wet
Wtw. McMURRAY. <1. P. A.
ed to one dollar after January 1. I m » initiation U»th morning and after* PORTLAND,
warning. These windy days are
Near l*»p'« Reataurant.
Isn’t it about time that Gresh There are several marked special noon. Mrw Myrtle Sieret will present
dangerous. Better look into this
matter, get the old company out am business men and farmers that will interest you and there Tramp" and Mr*. John Metager on the
of the vicinity were getting to are some others just as good. “Fireleaa Cooker.” A »ample cooker
or organize a new one.
gether on some manufacturing Take a look at it
will be on hand and we eapect a tine
Mr«. M c K ay ,
project of mutual interest. In a
The November issue of the
Something must be radically
community like this there should
“THE SCHOOL OF QUALITY”
Oregon Poultry Journal pays a
be some way to dispose of our wrong with the mail service in
Tent* and Morrison. Portland. Oregon A. P. Armatrong,
fine compliment to the poultry
Rock wood grange will give a «lance on
resources aside from shipping the neighborhood of Portland.
show of the Grange Fair Associ
out raw products. Moreover, we We are especially interested in Decern tier 5th and on Chriftmaa ere a employ a large faculty, give individual nstruction, receive more calls
baakrt «orial, Christinas tree anti dance.
ation, which is commended for
are not getting out of the soil all the mails between Gresham and Everyliody knows what a r « mm 1 time for office help than we can meet. O ut school admittedly leads all
its quality rather than for the
it is capable of producing. No Portland and the outgoing mail they al way» have at Rockwood.
others in quality of instruction.
It pa vs lo attend such an institution.
place in the west has a soil supe over the 0. R. & N. Of the lat
away evarlaatingly wn thorough
shouldn’t we have a good show.
rior to the district surrounding ter we wrote last week, but do PLKASANT VAI.I.FY <.KAN4iE No »4»
woriu It will win out in the end.” Said an EAwator: "The quality of instruc
There are more good birds in
Meet* M*on«l Saturday at 7 30 p as . and fourth
us. This is recognized as a pota you know that you cannot mail a Haturday
tion given in your school makes it the standard of its kind in the Northwest.”
al 1« »» a tn. every month
eastern Multnomah than in any
to producing section surpassed
ROCKWOO» GRANGE. Meet» the flrat Wed
C_Open all the year. Students admitted at any time. Catalogue free.
other similar area in the state.
n»»day of ea< h month at m p. m and third Rat
Garden vegetables the Mount Scott district after 10 ur<iay at lo a. ia
References: Any hsnk. sny newspaper, any business sun h> Portland.
It will be better next year.
grow in profusion.
Tomatoes a. m. and have it reach its desti
may be grown sufficiently plenti nation before 8 a, m. next day.
Does Portland appreciate her ful to make a canning season You can reach, your friend in
mayor. We think not. And a profitable. Cabbage and allied Astoria, Salem or Tacoma quick
very large per cent of its citizens plants do not grow wild, but they er. Moreover, every letter you
having recently annexed them come as near doing so as any send down the line to Mt. Seott
selves to this city fail to apprei- where. We defy anyone to pro
ate the moral uplift the town has duce larger, sweeter cabbage as 6 to 12 hours and is then return-'
had given it in the last 5 years. easily as those grown right here. ed to Lents Junction over the
In 1902 it was a gambler’s Mecca. Celery is a very profitable, easily Estacada line, and back over the
It was “wide open”, music halls, grown crop. Beans, cucumbers, Mt. Scott line to Lents or Arleta.
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Golf J una
wine-rooms, stalls in restaurants, beets, onions and cauliflower are That is a freak of the service c
massage parlors, women in sa equally as easily grown and we that ought to be remedied.
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loons or adjoining saloons were could grow tons of them where
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so common as to go without com we now grow pounds. That is right in Portland. A certain
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ment The heart of the town to say, we could increase the institution in North Portland re
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was renting its rooms for immor marketable value of these pro cently wrote a letter to a firm in
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al purposes, and the avenues to ducts a thousand fold if we had South Portland. Five days lat
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them were marked by the char some profitable way to dispose er it reached its destination,
after having made a trip to Bil a Dally Except Rur»Say. b Transfer to Hallwood Cara for Portland at Golf Link«. A M figure* In Roman. P. M. flgure* In bkek.
acters that traveled them as of them.
lings, Montana. Other letters • Special Car Isoavea Portland Saturday Night* (only) at 1! «0 for Grvwhaa*. Troutdale and Fairview Returning lo Milwaukee Car Harn*
required ten days and must have
been as far east as Ohio, for they
Special Subscription Bargains
bore the stamp of the Elmira
Between Linnemann and Troutdale
and Wabash R. R.
BUY A LOT
THEY ARE BfAUTIES
$500 ANO UP
VAN V. ANDERSON
SOUTHERN PACIFIC CO
Portland Railway Light & Power Co.
ITERALI), »1.50 ami FARM JOURNAL (5 par») »1.00, ONLY »1.50
HERALD, »1.50 McCALL’S MAGAZINE, 5Or, ONLY....................... »1.75
HERALD, Rifilar Price..............................
LADIES' WORLD, Regular Price........
FARM AND HOME, Regular Price...,
GOOD LITERATURE, Regular Price
OUR PRICE, ONLY
See Clubbing List On Last Page For Other Bargains.
The American Magazine for
December is an unusually good
one. Ray Stannard Baker dis
cusses the Emmanuel movement
as seen in Boston; Ida M. Tarbell
reviews Chicago’s Fight Against
Graft; W. I. Thomas discusses J
the Mind of Women; W. G. Eg-
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For Oregon City, Csnomsh Park and way point«, change cant nt Golf Junction.
For Lenta, Mount Scott and cast side points, change car« at Isenta Junction.
General Offices, First and Alder 8ta., P obtland , O bboor .