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BEAVER STATE HERALD
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GRESHAM. MULTNOMAH CO., OREGON, FRIDAY, JANUARY 15, 1909
encourage and superintend uniform
LENTS GRANGE FAVORS ! and
At the cluse of the article Mr. Wells
SI Alt All) 10 ROADS was trn<h*re»l n vole of thank» by the
Opposed to Scheme to Build
Speedway for Automobiles
and Pleasure Seekers.
< »range for Ins excellent pa|»er and a
committee wa» appointe»! on resolutions
bi aring on the subject. These rrsolu-
lions w«re prepartxl and we report them
Whereas, There is general agitation
all over the »tale in the interest ut
g<M»l mads and various schemes are
Saturday was the duy for the rcgulat
lx*nig promoted looking to the im
ihotilldy mretilK of the iaunts Giang®
provement of our public highways,
nn<l in spite of the unusually svv«r«
Wherea». The Grange, representing
we<ith«'r a fair attendance is reported.
the farmers and the producing class,
The inijwr taut fcstiires >>f th»» day were u
the da»» to -shorn roads are a necra-
|n»|M r by Mr. Wells, installation of of
•ity, d»>«-n>M it its duty to give expres
ficers and discussion <>f th«« hall building
sion to its views on this widely agita
ted subject of good roads; therefore
Mr. Well*« paper was relative to the
I m * it
development ofmir road ways. use of
Rvsolv<*d, By Lent» Grange, No 3ol,
convict labor in Ilnur construction and
that we favor the building of perman
method« of aecurtng funds for such im
ent Mod go»»| roads as I a» I as the
w«*allh and g«*n<*ral progress of the
provement». We quote from some of
country will |»errriit, and that we fav
the important paiagiaphs.
or such action by the State Legists-
lure a» will provide fur a uniform sys
PaiM irtra T«i Bi A i » v » m ATKII.
tem of high-grad»* roads, linking the
First-Organisation of g'Mxl roads
farming districts with the market»
clulm for the diaCUaaion ol road const ruc
and business centers of each county
tion, llnancing and methods employed
in tire state; and Is* it further
in other stale«.
Resolve»!, That we are op|Mme»l to
fa*uii<L Carvful investigation of the
any scheme of taxing the |»e»q»le of
tbe whole state fur the purjMMte of
road bills that will Iw submitted to the
luIure al the coming session, to
building a public road through the
state as a «(iredway for automobile
wit A bill to divid® coal of roadc lx**
larrn the alate county and community ,
and pleasure seekers , and l>e it further
a bill enabling counties to issue bonds
Reeolved, That if the General Gov
to the amount ol
ernment should make appropriations
ing ruads; and a bill providing for the
for the tvrneHl of the public highway!
employment ot convicts in the |*eniteu*
the appr«>priations should l»v judici
tlsry in r«»a«l construction by the coun
ously distributed among the several
ties of the stale at their Option.
counties, so that all public roads may
lx» benctited thereby.
Third—Consideration »»I the general
principle that the (»overnment build
Sjtecial attention is calleil to the sec-
interstate wsg«»n roads, connecting all ond resolution, since it is undouhte»lly
th«* stairs of the I'nion with high class the pur|s>se of certain road promoters
r»»ad« ami linking the county road sys
tems radiating from the market and to carry out the pur|M»«e op|M»««-»l by
business »enlris into the farming com- this clause. If you have any influence
iiHinitiew by annual appropriation» or acquaintance with any meml>er of
ranging from $M),<lM>,(Mk> to |KMT,U0U,lMU
the legislature, use it to promote good
Fourth— Regulating the s | mm -«| of auto road legislation.
mobile» driven over the county roads
The following officers, W. A. Young
ami making it a misilviiirauor for an
automobile driver to fore«* a vehicle from officiating, were in»talled, few lieing ab-
the common higbwsv, al the »am«* time setil; innslvr, II A. Darnall; oversear,
giving full recognition of llir great value Isalad Geisler; lecturer, W A. Young;
of automobiles al the present lune.
treasurer, Mrs. E. A. Ilershner; sec re-
Fifth—Recognition of the efforts of
all good road» movement« ami co «»|»cr- ; tary, Mrs. W. I.. Hotchkiss; gat5k<»e|>er,
ation with the «nun' in this stale, where W. E. Thomas; lady assistant steward,
they promise result».
Maude Zimmerman. The membership
Sixth—-That tin* Grange should favor was report«*»! by the retiring secretary
the construction of |>erinanent roads by at 15H. Il was reported that the work
the «late and county, but that it wiil
not In? wise to issue bonds for road con on the rci.iforce»! c»»ncrvte two-story
struction that will l»r a lien upon the building is progressing slowly. Tbe ex-
uro|»rrty of the farmers of any commiin- i treme weather has shut off all work and
ity, Ikelievtng su< h plan double taxation delayed its promotion. Renew«*»! effort
ami unfair; that the appointment
should I m * made of a state road engineer will now ba made to complete it or at
of high character and attainment, and least get in the tl<K>rs ami complete the
whose functions shall l»e to bold good roof.
roads conventions throughout the state
TOWN TOPICS PICKED UP HERE AND
THERE BY OUR STAFF REPORTERS
Breezy Items of Interest to Gresham People and Doings Around
Town Told Briefly—Business Picking Up with the
Disappearance of Snow and Zero Weather.
S«*hool was resuroed on Wedne»* lay
but a very imall attendance I. reported.
The actual depth of the enow wa«
alioui It int'li«** in Greaham. The prea-
ent thaw bid* fair to do away with it in
a »bort ti me.
All ea«t Multnomah i* »welle.1 with
pride and bright I io | h - h thene day* for
we have a repre*entative in the state
legislature, a man truated, eeteeme«!
and honored by all. That man i* Hon.
B. C. Altman of this place
The meat conauming people of' >re*b-
am came near aufferign a meat famine
■luring tbe cold (pell.
Meat had to be
brought in from Portland and waa raid
ed five cent, per pound and hard to get
Holds Rousing Meeting, Installs
New Officers and Enters
Dainawu. Grange No. 21*0 held one of
An <*rror <MTiir«-»i in the la»t issn® of •?tr, hut we wish to say you get more of
the niOMt interesting meeting, for aome
Th® Il»?r«l<l when w® sai<| that John what you want and less of what you
time on the fimt Saturday in the new
Liltl«*pMgt* won first prix® st the ihms I a don’t want, her»* than in any similar
year. The attendance wag better than
ball. Lee Mt-rnil won first instesfi of institution we ever saw. The younger
uaual. Bro. T. R. If. .Sellwood and wife
<hx*tor is taking bold real well, ton. He
of Milwaukie grange were [.resent by
Thomas Grant, an old reaident <»f this . ! is a »oi I of inventive genius. You ought
invitation. Two application, for mem-
to see tbe machine be Lias devised for
vicinity, is reported to l*e very low.
The hardtimea maaquerade on ekatea beraliip were received. The morning
I making gold plugs for hollow teeth. It’s
Alex McMillan sitter .Mrs. Baldwin of
»1« a complete auccea* and well attend ■eeeion w.a taken up with routine bu**i-
Portlands »tart«*»! for Alaska last week a kind of cross between a small blast ed in apite of the inclement weather.
neee. By motion a committee waa ap-
the benefit of the latter’s I ealth.
Carl Wirtx suffered severe internal in- pointed to take initiative atepe for baild-
mill, but it d<*t*s tbe business ami that«
Mrs. A. F Johnson who haa Iweu
what we want A<i<ie«l to this is a lot of juriea laat Monday while coasting, by ing a horse ahed on the lot. Afternoon
a few w»*t*ks with her »laugh
new, up-to-date conveniences just in running into a log near the foot of the Heeaion opened at 2 p. m. It being in-
ter, Mrs. Knighton, has gone to visit '
this week, electric lights, etc. But say, hill At laat report he waa improving. •tallation day, Bro. Sellwood acting aa
«laughter, Mrs. Richards, in ,
we guess we'd better quit. We may
The temperature fell below the xero matalling officer, aeaiated by Bro. White
: oi I>aniaecaa grange, in hie remarks
want a tooth pulled ourselves sometiay mark in Greaham Tueaday evening.
Andrew McMillan was in town on 1 ami should we continue this, it may not
i called attention to tbe origin of tbe
Monday, having walktnl through the be forgotten.
Order, its aims and purposes and what
the Order has accomplished in tbe forty-
Dudley Shattuck leaves Saturday for
Samuel Akins was buried on Tuesday Juneau, Alaska
Mr. Shattuck has
Herman L. Powell, son of our friend two years of its existence. The follow
i from the <’ha;»rl. He was born in Kent lieen visiting Gresham for several weeks. and neighbor, and a pioneer in thia vi- 1 ing officers were installed : master, H.
county, Michigan, in IMA and died at Mrs. Shattuck has been very much im cinity, died /yesterday at Good Samari Breithaupt; overseer, J. D. Chitwood;
Kandy, Jan. 2, HMM. Two sons, three proved in health.
tan Hospital after a short illness suc treasurer, Mrs. 8.8. Dallas; steward,
and two brothers survive him.
an operation on a tumorous Frank E. Median; asst, steward, Mrs.
Frank Gustafson and E. P. Smith are
Anna Siefer; chaplain. Mrs. E. V. Chit
We called on tbe <>tt dental firm Wed- j
two of the busiest men in Gresham
We quote from the Oregonian relative wood ; treasurer, A. Newel; secretary,
1 nraday to see if the boys were not ready these cold days. The former hauls in
to his life in Oregon: "Mr. Powell was Mies Emma V. Chitwood; gatekeeper,
to start for Kansas. Buch weather as tbe wood and the latter saws it.
born in Missouri in 1847, and crossed Henry T. Median ; Cere», Mrs. M. Paul
The O. W. P. are preparing to in
on Kill (’reck, with chances of an
I the plains to Oregon with his («rents in son: Pomona, Mrs, Blanche Siefer;
crease the voltage on the line between
1852, settling in what is now known as Flora, Mias Jeannete Newell; lady aset,
< «tccasional quail or prairie chichen. But
Portland and (.'szadero. A gang of line
Powell’s Valley, near Gresham. He steward. Miss Ruby Median. A rising
were busy pounding gold into the
men, who came out to make Gresham
graduated from Portland Academy ami vote of thanks was given Bro tiellwood
of our townsman, (¡»xMifvIlow. !
their headquarters while laying new
No, they didn’t think they wante») to |
later went to the Yakima Indian Reser and wife for their presence and able
wirea, have l>een quartered at tbe Cen
to Kansas—cold enough here
vation, where he acted as assistant to assistance. Sister Sellwood, being called
tral house since the recent bad weather
Father Wilber, the famous missionary on, gave an interesting and motherly
Anyhow, business is t«M> g«x>»L |
J. P. Shippey has accepted a position for a period of ten years. Afterward be > talk. Tbe writer met brother and sister
Thus B|M-aks one who whs doubtful two
years ago whether a dental office would as bookkeeper at Shattuck’s store. He • removed with his family to Eastern Ore Sei wood in the State Grange tweuty-two
pro|»er support in Gresham. But will move his family here from Vancou gon and took up a homestead where be years ago. Damascus grange has been
ver as soon as the weather permits.
resided until the death of Mrs. Powell |<assing through a term of depression
an»l practice has won a
The announcement is out for a sale at two years ago, when he came to Port for a year or more but is now brighten
that made it necessary to se
tiasistance, so now we have tbe Oil tbe farm of G. H. Sunday, southeast of land to make bis home with his ing up with better attendance and more
interest taken by the members. They
Brothers, D. D. S., etc. They are the tow n on the 22nd. All sorts of stuff is daughters.
He was married in 1871 to Miss Char have entered the State Literary Contest
i real thing, too, can plug your teeth, to go.
or put in new ones, or splirv’em
The many friends of F. B. Stuart are lottie Hall, daughter of the late Alfred and are now using the State program
they goat it like they thought you smiling to learn that he has decided to I C. and Ester Hall. Since coming to which they find is of great assistance in
1 had some nerves. We have ha<l our continue in business in Gresham. Mr. Portland. Mr. Powell had been an active tbe literary work.
found at tbe old staml member of the Tavlor-street Methodist
pulle»l and tmwtil, !x»rv«l out ami Stuart will
full of stuff by ail suits of un . handing out choice groceries to his church. He is survived by four daugh Meraiu and "Human Life” only $1.50
ters and a son, as follows: Mrs. Andrew
unaccountable M D., D. D. S.’s ■ many customers.
Eunaon of Seattle; Mrs. Joseph Bram-
liall of Gresham; Misses Frances V.
The Emmanuel Movement.
matron of St. Lukes Hos
logical theory upon which the Emman
Written for The Herald.
pital, Spokane, is visiting her relatives,
Oscar A. Powell of Boyd, Or.”
Moving with a swiftness which intel
His relatives may be assured of the J Mr. and Mrs. James Burns.
The Merski and "Better Fruit.” $1.73 ligent physicians and ministers are free reallity it is exceedingly simple. It is
Mrs. Pixley who haa been visiting
founded on the belief that underneath sympathy of a large circle of friends
to admit, the Emmanuel Movement has
here for three months, left for Jackson,
the conscious life lives a subconscious both in Gresham and Portland.
—get out your sleigh, get
within six months attained great prom
The funeral will b» held Sunday and Mich., going by way of San Francisco.
self which has powers and energies
inence. Il was started in the fall of
your best girl (or some
interment will be made at Riverview
The many friends of Mrs. Nellie Baker
Several of our young men have been 1905 by Rev Dr. Elwood Worcester and which only a few of us learn to use.
other fellow’s girl) and
The Movement has spread like wild Cemetery probably about one o’clock.
Smith wiii regret to learn that she is ill
making effort to find the coyote that his associate, Dr. Samuel McComb, at
at St. Vincents, Portland.
has lioen fattening on the young stock the Emmanuel Episcopal Church at fire. It haa been taken up in churches
The O. W. P. line deserves great cred
in New York, Chicago, Kansas City.
During the vacation Miss Judy is with
Boston, one of the most su<*cessful
Buffalo and many other large cities.
her relatives in Portland.
Frank Pfister haa recovered sufficient churches in the city. The examination
on the Springwater division during the
of its year lxx»k shows extraordinary There are two groups of reasons why continued snow storm. Other lines
ly to allow him to return to his work.
The following item from a Baker City
the churches should take up the work.
| Charles Clark ami family were visit activity; such as no church of twenty The first is a human reason. To tie have given very poor service or have paper will interest friends here. "Born
years ago would have dreamed of under
to Mr. and Mrs. 11. J. Kinnison, a
ing friends in lents Wednesday.
really healed a |>er»on must be dealt been entirely blocked while the trains
daughter, round, plump, beautiful, tip
The young people have been making
ME TIGER'S HAU. GRISHAM
The rapidity with which the Emman with aa a human Iwing, having a soul.
ping the beam at 9 lbs.’’
the l>e.t of their time sleighing and uel Movement has spread indicates that A spirit man is a religious animal and have nearly always been on time.
any work (or his uplifting that neglects
coasting. Most of them have home- it must have met a real human need.
; made sleds ami sleighs, but Bland Rice
A new relationship exists Iwtween that element neglects the moat import
ant factor in hie life. The sick man
and Werner Steiger managed to find a religion and medicine.
| genuine factory made, two-seated cutter
coming to lie healed receives human .
reaching out to do the work of the doc
¡I Benefit G rmhani lla-e Ball Team
ami a string of sleigh Iwlls. They have tor; the d ex'lor is reaching out to do the sympathy and love, as well as scientific
found themselves suddenly very popular work of the rourch. It was one of the advice. He is many times brought out I 1
of lonely surroundings to a hope in
i —ea|*ecially with the ladies.
1 commands of Christ that his disciples
spiring meeting where everyone is try- :
Why should the
»♦♦•♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦•♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦•♦O Semi-Weekly Journal and Herald, $2 should heal the sick
ing to look on the bright side of life. ’
Ml SUL W FOUND Al “
Protestant churches alone have aban*
This alone is a powerful stimulant
doned this great work? Every religious
movement must lx* base»! on two things,
Says Dr. Cabot of Boston, "I think ;
namely, Faith and Reason. We fintl
Ntw Stack and M I Xpert Iranmer After March I
one half of all the nervous people that j
people physically and mentally ill on all
come to me are suffering for want of an i
QUALITY AND PRICES TO SUIT
Notwithstanding a depression the past year in all lines of business we have sides of us. Ro the command He gave
had a very pruaiiennia year, the number of transactions and amount of trade in to us was to heal the sick, mentally and outlet. They have been going at half j
creasing about i<> per cent over that of 11X17 for which
dormant. One of the efforts of the Em
Most religious workers have made the
manuel Movement is to get men and
mistake of supposing that God can curt*
women to work doing something which
By prompt aervice, careful and conservative methods, wo hope to increase our
traile for HMM» fit» |a*r cent over that of HS1H and ask your co-operation
An in in only one way and that the aid of is unselfishly useful. We are not cured
crease of trsnaactiona for us means more business for you.
An increase in physical means indicates a la»k of faith. until [wace, love and courage is substi
your business means more business for us.
This is not so. God cures by many
tuted for fear, worr^ and sin.
He uses sunlight, pure air,
can do for you and means.
The church asserts the need of more
pure water and many healing ami nour
faith while the medical profession de
mands sounder reason. Both are nec-
If you have money to deposit in it bank at Portland or at a distance we will
Science and psychology have shown
cessary. It seems that the only way
make the transaction for you. If you deaire to pay taxes or a hill,
wish a teat at the theater or a sleeping car berth reserved, want an Almtract of that a large part of all diseases from out of it is for the medical profession to
Wish to Announce that to
Title to your farm or records searched we will attend to it without loss of time which men suffer arc diseases in which become more religious and the ministers
to you. It you want to rent, buy or sell a farm, lot or building call on us.
We the mind is the controlling factor and
Anyone Purchasing a Cas
have numerous inquiries along this line
With regular reports to the State yet is it not a marvel that until thi* I more scientific. Without faith we are
ket of me I will Furnish Rough
dead. We do not grow.
Hanking (’oininMon, subject to Examinations by the State Bank Examiner,
Bonded Officers, Insurance against “llold-Upa" we feel capable of handling your year there was not in any medical col
Box and Hearse FRFF. . . . .
Men, whether sick or well, will follow
biiainraa satisfactorily to you and therefore solicit your business, be it large or lege in the world any de;»artmrnt for those leaders who can give them hope,
the study of the mind.
faith and health and enable them to i
Anyone wanting anythin» in thia line mil on Fit, VK WOSTELL «nd he will
At the present time great thinkers in meet the trials of life with a happier
attend to the business in the abeene'e oi Mr. Emery.
anti serener soul.
medicine, politics and religion are being
"It makes little difference,” says
forced to adopt themselves t » a new*
line of thought which they have not Baker, “to yon or me, who does the
work; the minister or the medical man
hitherto willingly recognise»!.
i or a combination of the two, so long as
FAtfMtn £f___ I V /X rs K
It is nut possible in this brief space to it is done. The final test is service.
;;SAT. EVE, JAN. 16
HO! (OK A BIG IIMt
F. B. STUART’S
Want to Thank
Notice to the Public!
FIRST STATE BANK
B. W. Emery, Undertaker