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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 15, 1909)
I tur«> t*ki>n in It th* (>ill«wiii|t Fourth ol I
work of humor well worth read-1
I he ChllJrvn ot the I’lonccr.
I July, Imir bohb-*l up «hurt arouixl my
ing. The first person to whom
Itetulhl»r«*it«'v* «»t a Ptoueer.
| nwk, co)q»r-»M*i ahuva, whit« atoek
this offer was made accepted it. R«»U
Mt* Alius Hall al the Nuwmbvr ii>B» an.l iny naw dr»-*»; aiul aueli an
UKv tllig of Fair» tew Utang««
seeing the magazine.
1 rxpK'Mion on my f*»•<' — I waa «<'ar,*l
ed till it fairly shone; Mid our new
shoes had that terrible »pirak in them
that all the »«»fl tip-Uwdng into church
would not keep people front turning
around and ItMikiiig al us. We were
! almuat tu <l»*ktb.
it w*« whrii tlivy very l»a»h(ul in th*»sc «lays and it took
ftaccveding Gruwham Vimlu «tor. Gresham GaxvtU*, Fm«t Multnomah Rcrunl,
Kverylx.ljr »«nl to ■■»tnp-mio'tins worn knop akirt* »ml mv fallmr lia<l put lota«»( courage fur us to go to church
Y special arrangement we are
Multnomah Record ami M«mtavilla Herald.
that nmM u<'t I here. It w««
in» hi« bwit down an.I «al.l that I «hotlltl i ami Kpuday H<'I i < m »I. The old ladies
allowed to continue our offer ltron> ulivto lir>*»li»ni now »taml*. I not wi-ar tlmni; but my «i»ti>r, on tlm 1 would »hake hands with us and »ay
Publiabe 1 Every Friday at Grvaham. Ore., by the R eave « state 1*VBU« hing C o
II. A. DARN Al.I.. I oitvk ano M\ na «* kk .
on the Weekly Oregonian for a think on» n*»K>n wr chihlrrn
likisi __ to
"••‘la '«>• om>. ami I wora it on that HW hy lioW huhbie and »i»»y have grown
CMKi Of A0MISS In entering change oi «ihln'»* give oM aa well •» new »«1Ure»>
tube« on« U'»»l ‘»hl n>.n *..( •'•> •" 1 ••• •«'••■I'•••
“• since I »aw y«Hi la»l!” Ind then ihoae
short time at $2 just one dollar
CMXSre*0€*TS an* \««u(vU in every « .»r-«mui-.uj II no *‘Wre-pomtenve a|«pv»r» tr«w v>*ur
neichb.krh’HKi. you are
peri fully reqv toted to wrivt u> ax many lural item« a* you can
saved on every subscription to religion. Hr would g«*t v«»»\ much rv it ■eeunnl to me »» though that hoop > awful sermons that old Father Reilly
IMF* I AIM HUS I Ko Al. A 1»\ hRTlSINt. - i m lva<iv*t *i\ no
VS- per line rtr-l *u*vrth»»i
ci It“ I ami run shouting through the • kill grew hi wvry direction but I num list'd to preach, of hell Ore and dauma»
V per li n«'each «uK** .picul insertion. HINDI \\ \l‘\ KRlHINt» No poaliton guaranteed— | The Herald and Weekly Oregon
aged tn get through wilt» the trying lion. I remrmber that I «lid not think
wool a at a great rate.
iftr per »incte column inch each iwue. I.ita ral dixouul allowed for either time or apace a»hvr ;
ian. The Semi-Weekly Journal
ti»ementa. but not both
ordeal nini alili have that picture to re him a verv nice man I«» uae am h asear
For poailtnu (an» wise) te per Inch additional RF tl'FRS. UV per line fir*l tnaertion ’*»• p* r
We owed to linleii with (rar ami
btMT each aubarsuent in»er*i**n l.«h’Ai> (Want < olunoi «»nly I 1« a word *••»» 1« i*»ue.counting and Herald, toy», will cost you $2. h«»«ta| wh«» alwuvs went whether his (am* mind me ul that terrible day.
two figure*, au inlliai or an abbreviation a* otic word No local ai-eepte*! for Ir-- than !■
Remember that delay means ad llv lia«l anvlhing to wear or not. As fur Another not very piravaiit memory ol trembling, thinking wr sh'Hthl surely
ing two inches). o cent* I.FTTKRS OF CoNl el.FNi r x , t v\«*t*!bu (our incheO $l
burn up if we were naughty children.
eatables, I aupitose he thought the l.«»nl uiv childhood day* waa that our plum
OHITV Adil Ka for actual »ubwrrib« r*
i.ivu'ben «>i U h it fauiliic>. up to IU» wonl». tree vancing prices.
all oni HU word». lc a word (invariably in advance), Count the word» and remit accordingly 1
w«»ul«l fev’i him. He waa the tir»l one tree* had more «pruni* on them than Very different Irom what young peopln
All Lodge. «»range. School. Church, or other notice» or ad vert i»emeaita of «octal». panic'
there ami the la*t one to leave ’hie of were on anyone’* elee. I'or we children arc taught now a «laya
dam* «. concert*. theatrical», etc , given lor a profit, charged (or at regular rule«
I tried to f««rgrt inv misery by w«»n*
Y special arrangements we Ilia iieiglds»rs asked him who t«x»k care
“it«»n sent out to prims them.
In .vrder to insure change o( ad advertUm mu»t have copy iu th!» office not later than,
Tn«aday pfeceding «lay o( publication.
are able to offer for a few «»I his farm while he waa at ramp-m««i»l* N’uwudav», children *l«»n i haw to do , doting why bather Reilly‘s mother nev
I 'SCtiFTlM UTTS For Year, fl NJ strictly In advance; to foreign countries. »2 >»' Six
*'"k er made hia eox long rimugh. for while
”> sat. Three months trial subscription*
Single copies ,V. Ask for clubbing rate».
weeks The Herald and Hood ingaud h<>Mi<i’Th« l«>r.| will |.rovi.l«,’ ,,‘*1: »•’
I knew him, they were never able to
ftiWIMCQ 'h»»ul«i ho »ent by Express or l\v»toth<*e .Money Order. Regiatered Letter or Check
n . u
River’s wonderful new fruit
eU.np * 'pted'Up to 50 cents
catch up with Ida |tonlrt. | rau «re him
Wil nt-a-iM i* our specialty. We are well equipned to do the beat work at current ptices magazine for $1.75.
Fine illus- v«al.hi» cow. wrr« watlinit at th* l«rn <""> »> about <i««rg« Wa.hlngton th«n, now on lite ol«l l»av horse, ride up to our
a* * Wrmera* and business men's Letter Heads. Euvelo)ws. Hutter it rappers. Statements. •
* stc., tn sm«ll or large *|Uantitics. Auction Hills, iMdgvr». kNwters. etc . printed on »hurt notice. | trations, good practical articles
to he milked and he could not .«•«
l»t«r yc»r., they would not old l«»g sclua»l*hotiae, get off, liitch him
iKiim for subscriptions are not »ent ante*» requested. The labtd on your paper will indi ,
by men who understand our hens fur vggs.
cate wi»hin two week* the receipt ot your remittance. If it does not please uotity us
have aloaid long. They never larra any I«» a tree, take hia »addle-bags ami come
In keeping with well rcrognii»*' I busims* principles, all subscriptions will i
shurtling along iu Ills big hr« gam shoes
climate, soil and j»roducts.
i One trying experience that 1 u»t*<| to thing but «pronta, any»ay.
be s*op|M<*t promptly u|»*»n expiration of lime i>~iid tor.
and those whit«« wo«deii »»< with the
* g«» through as a child was when 1 got
Entered a» imindcl*.»» matter at the p**»u»tfiev at ««reaham. Orv<on
bare space ala»ve. Then when his ser
prevent time, equipped with every eon-
VERY citizen in the State ¡»rated al the table on a cold winter veiiienee to make the earing (or «toek a mon was finished in lila go»»! old Mvlh-
working or sleeping. Over and , should be interested in the morning with a nice big fat pancake on ; pleaaure, with tIm old l»ari>* ami ali<*l* odiat v«»ire say, •*There will l»r a meet
n»y plate and then l»e t«»M that the syr*
ing in this house at curly candlelight»
above this, our friend Jonathan
event of next Tuesday at Salem
| up was all out—*"Sis,you go till the svrup | that we um *I to have on our tarin» when
Bourne is proposing to raise the
the election of a Senator, The can»** Well, you know what it is t*» try • I waa a child, I think that the young ; Everyone come ”
II«’ baa gone <»n before, a good <»kl
salary $50,000 per year. Now it The event is the culmination of to make cold syrup ruu out of a cold i 1^‘H* have very little 1.» growl about,
j man, leaving a pioneer light that we
LEST our readers misunderstand appears to us that present condi- the struggle for popular govern-
mav all «I«» well I«» b»ll«»w
thick black sliap, too! Ami then when U,<* l*rn ,loW«
One «»I my childhood meniorica was «»(
The Herald of last week we tions indicate that we are putting ment in this state. It is import- I finally iwmvlu to my cold imncake, lo|lh* J“11*
‘»»n'l-1 <l»ro««h the
will explain that our four pages i up enough for presidential sal- ant for several reasons.
The have someone sav, "What t«a»k you s<» W vmh I n after the hrtmliv o»w that never a little sister that «tied. My father
made the little casket; !. standing by
Wtiuhl rout* up unlvaa miuir of therhihl* ■
of state and national news and ary. If the $50,000 he is sup- people of many states are watch- long? I’ll bet you were rating it.”
with wondering eyre, for it was my first
stories were delayed by the i posed to get were his only re- jn)i
see how the new plan for My mother m»v*i to make cake «»ul of rvn went after her. Then when we ei|*erirnrr with «leath. Il*»w hr took
found her, drove her home on the run, j
storm so they did not reach us i source and means of meeting all during the "people’s choice"
the ce«lar boards, »awing them across
Sugar was very m'wrcr ami high, i ruahml her up in »oute corner of the I
' the centre of them.
Mother in the
till Saturday. Since we aim to outlays connected with the social for United States Senator is go- it tine.
was black, ugly l«M»king stuff t’hild-
get the paper out on Friday af and official duties of the position ing to succeed.
If it proves rrn now w«»ul«l not even !«*<>k at it let i the calf on one aide and aonny on the i meantime healing a k«’llle of water to
to l»e putirrd un the l»oar«la
ternoon. and there was no def it would seem entirely reasonable itself, if it accomplishes what it al«»nr eat it in their food. Nice cake other with a stick hehl in a ihrcatrning j boiling
when* they were »awrd so a» to make
inite notion as to when those to increase the salary, but that should, it will be an enormous with white fr«»aling was reserve«! i«»r attitude mo that old brin>li«« would nut them pliable and soft so they could
pages would arrive, we used is not all. The entire necessary saving to the state, it will stop a wed«lings, Fourth of July and other fine take a run bark to the wood».
bent into shs|»e. When It waa llm»hr«|
We were never allowed tu
Who does not among the old pioneer«
a«»me of ths neighbor women covered it
paper in stock and printed the living expenses, servants, livery, lot of grafting and it will give «tccasions.
put sugAr on anything ourselves; our
local part. Hoping this will be traveling expenses, etc. (except the people a direct voice in thin mother pul a little in our roffw ami on the lovely grren wood* on a spring day with cheap black «rlvrtrrn, put «II a
satisfactory to all. since you see for food and clothing), are paid department of our government, our fruit, ami we were told to lx* satis* with the squirrels ami birds »aying in I black fringe, lit»«»*I the in«l«le with white
ami lather put in the little silver nail«,
we did our best, we will ask for by the government. True, the that has always been reserved tied with that.
their dumb way, ** You should be glad
Then came the little pr•■evasion down
giveness for any disappointment pay is not comparable to what for the dictation of the corporate Wr ha«l tint» spare ril»s roasted ladore
mt«» some »(«»t on the farm—«»metintes
to bring home!”
in the orchar«!, aomvlimrs in a field.
this time and will avoid it in the some foreign rulers get and it greed or» political bribery. The the o)w*n (Ire*place, l«»vvly big |*»t raised : cow
One other not very pleasant memory '
biscuits l»akr«l in a Dutch oven, apple
There were no cvmrtrrtr« then ; every
future, the weather permitting. doesn’t look as big as being the only trouble with the direct pri- butter
ami home-ma«le sausage. They
head of an insurance company, mary plan and senatorial elec were almost as gotsl as our grang«« din* . to my lot to always have to turn the lamily baking a little burying plnon of
their ow li
a railroad or the Standard Oil tions is that there is no chance ners are.
grindstone for mv father, lie wa» one
Our youthful troubles were soon for*
HE Normal question is to be
¡ monopoly. But there is some for the thug that sells his influ One thing I do not like to remernlx*r
gotten and we look I »ack now with pleas
juggled again and again left
honor coming to the man who is ence. It is a little hard on jx>li- alsmt as a child is drivtl apples. When worth doing at all ia worth doing well, ant rrctillections of <>ur younger days.
as unsatisfactory as ever. We
ami be did it well when it came t«»
president of the United States tical organization, too. But the our apple trees began to bear, apples i grinding an axe or »rythe. It termed There were wools and fa«*«*a ami places
were very scarce and high in the mark
learn that Mr. Ackerman now
and it is a fine opportunity for a day is past, let us hope, when et. Every apple that was salable had i to me a» though he put tn hours on hit that never l'»ae their Imkl U|»on th«
expresses himself in favor of
heart; but they were the aceurs, the
man to show his patriotism. Our intelligent men overlook facts to l»e »«»Id ami all wind-falls and small axe ami poor little me turning and turn* aasociatra and the joys of our life, and
three normals. Mr. Ackerman
forefathers anticipated that that for political promises. We want apples were dried. Wr children pul in
they ha«l an infliirnce in abaping our
is a politician if nothing else.
would be a very important part good principles supported by Iola of winter evening« stringing apples. that hr never spoke except to »ay "Turn lives so that wr ran never h»rgrt them.
We have three Normals now so
fantvr.” How anxiously I used ' Wr may inert ami love other faces; we
of the compensation due the good men. and then we will have These were hung up in the kit« hen to a to little
watch the nick in the blade grow
he favors three. If we were
dry for future use. It was dned apple
may treasure oilier words; wr may have
President and we yet think it good government.
»mailer and »mailer ami I aoinvtimr«
pie one day and turnover the next.
supporting six he would probably
other ) »ys; l»ut th«»ee old familiar faces,
should be. Should it be shown
It is unfortunate that petiple My first trip to Portland that I ran thought hr was trying to grind another and thoar dear old familiar scenes and
be in favor of six. The more
that the $50.000 actual salary al should overlook certain facts re remernlM'i alxiut was with an ox team. one in. •
homes of our cnildhood will ever re
sinecures he approves the more
lowed the President is insuffi lative to the choice of a senator, Wr started at five in the morning and I think |»rrhrtp<i the most agonising main in our itirinories.
political shysters he has to up
wr little folk» used to experience!
cient. he should have more. At but they have expressed them reached home again at ten o’clock at times
hold his political vagaries. The
night. I Lad aave«l up eggs «*m»ngh to wan when wr attended church. Our
any rate he should not be re selves and no honest legislator grt me a «lark calico dress. I bought it hair waa romlted hack, »»me of that Read the “Want Ads.’’ You
State of Oregon has no more
quired to pay out of his salary promising to accept the jieople’s that day. I had it made ami my pic- lovely grraar ru!d»rd on and then hruah*
Wants Supplied on page 8.
need of three Normals than it
! expenses necessarily incurred by choice, can do otherwise than
has of three capitals with three
’ the position or in supporting the vote for Mr. Chamberlain, and
governors and three legislatures.
i dignity of the Nation.
we wish to express approval of
Look at the expense and burden
such legislators as have declined
of such a triple-headed govern
to be influenced by promises, ar
ment, and the people paying for
HE Herald wishes to offer its
guments or caucus, to compro
it. If the population of Oregon
eaders the best opportunities
mise their good standing by an
were such that her Normals were
for enjoying good literature that
inclination of doubt as to wheth
crowded, or could not conven is possible. In fact, our desire
er they were really under obliga
iently provide for all the young to spread the use of good books
tion to supjwrt the statement to
people of the state, it would be and periodicals has lead us to
which they are pledged. Let us
different. But this is untrue. make offers that were money-
watch with care for the man who
One institution could care for all loosers to us. But the good we
can worm out of such a position
of them and not be an extremely do in the world is not dependent
as that, for he deserves the con
large institution at that. Three on the money we get out of it.
Normals mean three appropria And we are practicing this tempt of every honest, self-re
tions or one appropriation to be theory in making you some re
divided into three parts, so small markable Clubbing offers.
THE YOUNG ORCHARD.
that no improvement of import
If any of the reader* of tbeae m te*
ance can be made. The larger
iiUUMAN Life”is a new finely have act out an ori-hanl till.* m-n*on
school has every advantage;
II illustrated magazine, with and want It to do the beat pomtible.
they should nee that all yr m* and
more money, better means of in
pages 10 x 15 inches, 36 pages of weed* an- kept hoed nway «loin from
struction, better teachers, better
fine engravings, biographical the trunk* of the tn*-» covering n
standing at home and abroad.
radio* of two feet. Another tiling that
sketches, stories and pictures of Hliould
lie doue 1* to examine the tree*
But if we must have more than
present-day notables, cartoons, carefully for the detection of l»>rer*.
one. make it one on the Coast >
poems. Juvenile department, which work Just beneath the bark and
and one east of the mountains.
at or Just below the surface of the
jokes and so on. We had an op (,-roond.
The presence of the i*-*t* is
Let it be Monmouth and Weston.
portunity some time ago to get Indicated by the brown, sriwdiist-llke
Monmouth because of its first
enough of a certain magazine to excreta which they east out tbrongh
establishment, because it num
the birk and on to the ground In the
give our subscribers each one progress
°f their destructive gnawing
bers a larger number of gradu
every month for a year, costing A sharp Jackknife la n* good a tool **
ates to cherish its memory, and
us nothing. We didn’t accept it any with which to extract the liorer*
because there is less politics con
they have been In the tree more
because it was trash, sensational unless
than one m-nsou. In which case the pa»-
nected with its history propor
and poorly printed.
"Human *age In which they are working may
tionately to its age than with
Life" costs 50 cents a year; will be a long one. In the latter case It I*
either of its opponents.
to determine the dire lion In
be $1 two months later. The well
which they hare g. « rind then trike n
regular price of The Herald is pliable twig Hinnll enoni’ti to penetrate
HE First State Bank has just $1.50, and so far as we know their retreat ami prod them vigorously.
It I* safe to say that more hnllvldiinl
issued a very useful alma will continue to be $1.50, but we apple
tree* nnd young or- birl* |s rich
nac. Look it over. The first
from th!* one enttse than all other*
thing we observed was that the subscription to Human Life, if it combined. I’nles* one I* on the look
for the little pesis they will often
President of these United States is desired, with each $1.50 sub out
do a tree to death liefore In- realize*
gets $125,000 a year or there scription, new or renewal, to what Is the real eanae of the dlfflmlty.
about. Didn’t know it did you? The Herald. This is a better Keeping the' gms* hoed away from
base of the tree not only de renae*
We did, but we didn’t know ju.st bargain than our holiday offer. the
the likelihood of the beetle'* rlejsedtlng
how it was arranged. And yet Come and 3ee the magazine if Iwr eggs, but ttsunlly ennlde* the own
there are those who think he you wish before ordering it. By er of the orchard to see the brown.
iuiwdil*t-llke evidence of their work.
should have a raise in daily the way, Homer Davenport’s bi In making the examination of the tree*
wages. Three hundred and fifty
It la well to »crape the earth away
dollars a day looks pretty good azine, beginning in the January from the trunk to a depth of at least
an inch, a* sometime* the opening
to us. That is $14.50 per hour issue. It is finely illustrated in through which the excreta nre cast la
or about 25 cents per minute, Davenport’s own style and is a covered up.
Better Bruit, $1.00
Beaver State Herald, $1.50
Beaver State Herald, $1.50 X / UU
Weekly Oregonian, $1.50
ESeaver State Herald, $1.50
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