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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 3, 1909)
enter a ear. No particular selec M a«b., attended the funeral of <*r«n«l|*a ••Th« milIIurr. «« uaiiitl. la «li work«
Itrhlml with mi ) f«ll hat.*
tion of the whole erop was made Neibauer last Tuestlay.
•Arrvee you right.” grow Its I her hue-
for exhibit but only the best of
her l>ed for the |*a«t two weeks.
Iler Im ml. the nuigiiMh* MYmi women will
the apples remaining in the or
ilelllieriHrly phi« e n big roiiatrurtlon
in«»thvr. Mis. Cline of Orient, 1« taking
order without n algn of n |M»iinlty
Of course these were care «»( her.
chili*«* ’• Wnahlngtoti llvrnhl
Sticeeeding Grv-hant Vin.iu .«tor, < irv-ham Gaiette, Ea«t Multnomah K» coni carefully calipered and selected
Mies Pauline lleacuck attended the
Multnomah Record and Moiitavilla Herald.
with reference to size and color. teachers institute in Portland Tbsuks-
The B««, Ih» Oc«i and tha Datila,
flood Mt (Mi wIn ««•»«•«* vontan«t«*U
Published » wry Ernia* at Gresham. Ore., bv the B kavbk S tits Pv«liamw Co Other Oregon growers won priz giving week.
!»•*<•t Ir» wrta fi *»i » I m R' m »!<• *. riid«*|.
V i'ARNAl !.. H> itvk ami » M ana ».as.
es at Spokane and the victories Mathew Kauw, who is attending high And aa iny phUirra nhow. I Ihilik.
The l»r«»i mual t>e Ih» tnlaalng llnft.
tentenni a* mmmii «) « U" matter al ihv iHM>t»ttu-«' al Gresham. <>rv<on
show in a most convincing way *tclmol at lircMham. visited In* pai« n * The auMMt baci and honevbee
during Tbankruix mg week
Ruppiy thè bretl«**« | mh |I ki ’«»«
that this state is the home of the
The tamil? in now «'«»mplei»*
Geo Lusted and wife Mt«» riishkugh»
l»ee. Ih* bevile aiul ili<* I h *«*!
N ORDER to keep pace with finest apples.
me «tinner with their «laughter, Mrs J.
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Hoff «»( |\trtlan«l.
th«? rapid development in the
Raal Cauta For Shamw.
REGON dairymen are show A C. \\iblon, who un«lerwent an op
science, art and practice of agri
Toni Yuung |h» Swift » m > m he ta
ing great interest in the an erati««ii (or cataracts oi the eye, is at th«» irthamed of the uny hla father made
culture and home-making and to
G o < m I >.iii)aritun lempital «nd n» «loing hin money.
The editor of The Herald will give those who find it impossible nual convention of the state as ms well a< can l«e ripevted
It is t«> tie
AH Kl»t.l« <>f ( « iiK'lrr) Worte
dark liiMtmd of flint lie «»light )«» I m *
tent I inatta «»’» all < ' m »*« * u( Worte
appreciate it very much if per
uahnmed of the way ho a|H*nda It !. St
ho|»e«l he will lie out in a few d«ys.
sons living on routes would noti the Oregon Agricultural College December 9 and 10, an«l the at Grandma Xeibauvr died after m short I.onia P«wt IHMpntrli.
Many illness. She wa* as well mm usum I on
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fy the ofti.'e at once as we wish is offering a Winter Short Course tendance will L h > large.
W»»«n a Man1» Down.
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to correct our list, hoping there which begins Tuesday. January prizes have been offered for the FrhUy and SundMV afternoon she «lied Nt*\*r pummel a mvn whan li«* s down
wish i«> liavs freedom from »<»r.
Phone F. mkl 4?.ll
by to secure better service. This 4th and extends for six weeks, best showing of dairy products Iler huslkaiKl «lied tw»» year« ag«» in Dec If v«»«i
She wa* al»out <» year« ohl.
gKlng attention « tn«nnsnt »«»n il
is especially necessary at Trout and also a one-week course, bet made at the convention and the I'lie funeral wa«* held at the h«»u*e tin«ler For by
dale. Cleone. Latourelle. and
the «lirt*t'ti«»n «d Carls«»n, undertaker of That lbs man wl»u la down just at pre*,
ent nia» I m »
which liegins Monday. February liest made in recent years, The Gresham.
Rev Pitts preache*l th«»
Ver» much ut« hl« fr.-t |»v funiurruw
14th and extends throughout the creamery companies of the
she leaves two »Oll»
.1. H. HOSS
Instruction is given in are offering prizes and the Port- and three daughters t«> mourn her loa»
HE close of the football season i either of the above courses in land Flouring Mills offers a purse
• I sup|Mwe m » ii li.nv rend of th«» dati
gvr In kiH*hi.i,’* he remarked tenta
this year has again brought General Agriculture. Dairying. of $100 to go for the two best ex
The Portland Commer w \ llerrtiu *i»*Hit riiankagiving lively
out its usual report of calamities, Horticulture. Mechanic Arts. hibits.
For N Yiqq I ■», II HIX! "»• and Al l.
I ti IV««'* «he replied, ‘•hilt I «*«mie of
will give a reception on with (ririitlM in R a*kw hw |.
broken bones, bruises and a few Domestic Science and Art. and
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i family noted f.ir «•♦nirnge ” Phlhidvl
\ F Miller niMtit* a bii9inr«A trip to phia !«edger
There are also, no Thursday evening. December 9, RtH*k*<»«Ml I am I Saturday.
deaths—too many at any rate. Commerce.
But when we stop to consider ■ doubt, many mature farmersand to the dairymen and memlters of
ill Kitt«)* Mt |>«!ring <|Ui« tel* 4«»tt«?
A Serious Thought.
\ (amilv will ni »v«‘ into the Taylor
that every country, village and housewives, well past the usual the State Horticultural Society. huuat* this w«*t»k.
(H'SI I.ARSON, Prop., (Ircaham
t'.il«! a f.lend to 4 itmlden nan»«- I Polly.
"tH»n‘l «<>u thlna It would I** vet y Jolly
city school in the land, every school age, who desire to ac
Th«’ iii:t«H|iit*ra«ie given lw the Grange
To W r.| a I'.iu« Link
E. B. MOREI.OCK
And tben trust to lurk***
academy, college and university, quaint themselves more fully
HE importane« of the hog as a «»n ritankagiving eve was w grand «uv- Hut l*ully
saht, --N". iwoubl i»e folly.”
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athletic club or private institu
llwhintore A inert« an
mortgage lifter has never
it* Year* I »pcrfcmc.
tion has a team, two teams, sev ments in their respective lines of been more evident than now. »»lie *H‘ aril sati«ric«l with the
KsrsiKMS. to « fl..........i. all.|
Citing an Ewampl«.
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eral teams and several “second labor. The work offered will be The hog market at Portland has oi the judge«.
A*k!tt I» » i«»u livllave In the theory
F. la*i«e*A hou»e was broken o|>en on of tivre<|lty
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teams.” you can begin to realize adapted to the practical needs of advanced recently from $7.75 to Fri-lay
of la«t week «luring hit a I hm *lier
Noltt Surr thing
Mi lei ri »er la th«*
what an array of people are en farmers, fruitgrowers, dairy men. $8.15 per 100 pounds for suitable and a valuable watch «tolvn.
father of I h rev Ih11<* eh tur re Tuwu
gaged in football and the fatali mechanics, or of women in the fat hogs and packers say the sup At apecial ««•h»M>l meeting «»n Monday Topic«.
ties and accidents dwindle to a home and also to teachers who ply is practically nil. ‘ The hog evening, F. Miller was el«*«-te»l director
relatively small per cent, of those desire to prepare themselves to raising industry is one of the to till the place of W. A. Hall wit » re-
engaged. But even at that there teach elementary agriculture now most lucrative to which farmers
are too many accidents and they required in our public schools. of the Northwest can turn their Mpw F l»*n Tavlor «|>ent Thankag ving
at hMacada with her patent«.
might practically all be avoided The various courses are so plan attention.
Oregon and Wash
by eliminating those features ned as to provide the largest ington not'd more hogs and offer
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that exist in the latter part of amount of practical information good prices to growers. Figures
Janie. Spier» ami aile«|»»nt Thank»,
each play where skill ends and in the short time available. There here are higher than in the Chi jiving week with their .laughter, Mr.
force begins: yes, worse than will be no fees whatever for at cago market and there is every Killen, at W...»Il.urn, returning home
What is there to that tending the exercises of Farm inducement for more extensive Sumlay.
Those who attend hog raising.
J. 1». Hart ami wife »¡»»nt ritankagiv.
feature of the play that piles the ers’s Week.
I.. D. MAHONE
mg with relative« at Fira.Hal
contestants into a pyramid of the other courses will be expect
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waving arms and legs, except a ed to pay a registration fee of
Beai I «talc, Probst«* ami < • *r*r*t• *n
HE Portland Fair & Livestock Portlah.1 on Weiinewlay.
In addition, students in
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half insane desire to do some $1.00.
Association have elected of
Prompt Kttchtbui tu All Buainosa
Not a Bark.
thing: toshowotf; to be brutal. the six-week course in dairying ficers as follows for the coming Mi*» Ketlierfor.l. th. primary teach,
rii«»n«. Main lulu
er. «pent Thank»giviug with her parent»
Hont you have any »1"ir AIM H. nr, Bldg
There is as much in the last idea will pay a labratory fee of $2.00 year: President. E. L. Thomp at la»nt*.
i hl» rrnfl’
So; Itila I. * cntlxiol
as any other.
It is a positive and a breakage deposit of $3.00; son: vice-president. C. C. Colt;
Ilan.laugh Spier* came home from
fact that opponents frequently those in Mechanic Arts will pay treasurer. Julius Meier.
go into a game with the inten a fee of $2.00 for the course in Westgate was chosen temporary ployed.
Nothing but the Truth.
One aw Allow
mate«* a aprlnff
tion of injurying each, other to blacksmithing and $2.00 for secretary. Plans are under way Mrs. M Smith P|>vnt Sunday with her
la a saying knawn to on«* and 5”
every possible degree and they woodwork: those in Household already for next year’s fair and non, Arthur, who ia »ick at St. Vincent
“A**rp Ì nur l.yc nn Höring"
Tn one oi.«:.„»• 1 «»«»| nun’t do .» D*.Ing '
Rut give us a hard and e»t*. fall
accomplish their purposes in this Science and Art will pay a fee of the management is determined
st Louis r<»nt 1 tapatch.
part of the play.
To get some $1.50 to cover cost of materials to make the affair the most suc Farmer* in tin» vicinity are
potatoe« between «bower*.
fellow down, set a foot or knee used in the course in cookery and cessful in the history of the as
on a vital part and then have the each student will be expected to sociation. Promotion of the live
E ngraving C o .
injury intensified and hidden by furnish her own materials for stock interests of the Northwest
Sealvl bid« will be receive»! by Un
Board and is the aim of the organization.
the upper fellows is a villianous all other classes.
uoderwigned until 10 a. in . December
act that has been played time lodging may be had in Corvallis
2J, IO H. (.>r clearing lend on the Mall«
•without number and not always at $3.50 to $4.50 per week. No
nomab Farm» between Fairview an-l
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because of a personal enmity or entrance examination or other
Troutdale. D. W. McKay »on the pretn-
Perhaps educational test will be required;
i«ee, will «tike (»at and «bow contem
it is due to differences that arise but no one will be received who held this coming summer from plating bidder« the land to be cleared,
during the game and perhaps the is less than sixteen years of age. June 29 to August 10, inclusive, and bid« will tie received for five-«* re
The attend tract« or more. Each bid must desig
motive is to disable a skillful Nearly two hundred men and a six weeks term.
reach nate the particular tract covered by the
player, thus disposing of a women registered in these cours
bid. The County reserves the right to
dangerous opponent and at the es in 1909, their ages ranging ed nearly 100, most of whom reject any and all bid«.
same time ensuring greater win from sixteen to over fifty.
ning chances for the unscrupu pleasing and profitable feature of cations point to a much larger
If the play stopped these courses will be a series of attendance for next summer.
KURIO8 FROM KORRESPONDENTS
Q is there such u thing ms getting
as soon as one man was down, lectures by some of the most
Do not forget the annual meet two «Iruins from the same tì<x k ut
and if the second down brought prominent men of the state—men
bena tn u mvu «<» i >?
his side a 15-yard penalty, how who are especially well qualified ing of the Oregon Horticultural A. Yen. and more. Breed with him les
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long would the dangers of foot by successful experience to speak Society to be held in Portland on of different atrulna ami allow the bena Golf Junction
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ball exist? And yet here is upon some particular phase of December 6-9, in the Auditorium Q Why 1« aand kept In tbe molatur. Id-nta Junction .'» 2-2 ; 4 -2 « 17 1« 2*2 IO •22 II ’M 1 22 3 22 4 22 5 22 I 22 1 22 0 22
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of the Meier & Frank building. pan* of aoiiie InculHimra?
where all the training, the skill agriculture.
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A general display of all sorts of A. It prevent* I lie water from evapo GRKNHAM
and athletic benefits of the game
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orchard and garden products is rating too fam.
Beyond that is savagery
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TATE pride ran high during invited and it is expected that a Q l*o you tbluk It Juat fair for a Hslsi
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and beastliness; that which de
breeder of show bird* to exhibit again*« Boring
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the past week because Oregon
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grades every player and revives apples won the grand prize at the general good time will be had.
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A. Of course thia la a free country, Deen l'r«M»k
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the subdued animal passions that National Apple Show at Spokane
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but wheu an extensive dealer ahowa ('urrlnavillc,
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the culture and refining influenc in competition with apples from
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es of centuries have held in sub all over the United States. Tron- Nettie Bucklin and .Margaret McKay, Inferior ones be has sold It does not
seem fair. He should exhibit at shows
When you add to that son & Guthrie, growers of Eagle niece* of I>. W. McKay, viaited at the w here bls customers do not enter
the willful intention of commit- Point, Ore., were receiving con Glenalder Farm this week.
Q. What Is meant by a fancier get- r.lN.SF.MANN l.vl
ing an injury, the football par gratulations on all sides over B. W. Fiaber i* itoing into the dairy | ting "cold feet?"
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competition Is too hot nnd TROlTDALK Ar
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ticipant degenerates into a con- their success and the victory was buaine**. He bought a line herd of cat he A. Is When
and put in the fixture* neceasary for '
Leave this such a splendid one that the tle
Q. I'lease let me know tbe treat
out and no game ever played will whole state took pride in it. The Married in Portland, YVetlneaday.Nov.' crosses for mnrket geese.
A. Embden gander on Toulouse. Ealarada
do more for boy or man than Rogue River Valley, of course, 24. at the resilience of Mrs. Hare, Ea«t White Chinn or African goose, wild (firrlnuvllb-
this game. It calls him into the is entitled to all the honor for it 12th St., J. W. Wheeler and Mia* Editii gander on African goose
field where fresh air, vigorous grew the apples but fruit raisers <>race Crawford, both of Troutdale,liev. Q. What do you consider the treat Mieter
food for young stock?
exercise and great endurance are of the whole state feel proud of Joplin of the Evangelical church Offici green
compulsory; where wit, good the victory, Tronson & Guthrie
Q. Kindly let me know why my H'»gan.
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Mr*. Carlson and family of Bridal | White Wyamlottes throw single cvmbs (.KEMII \M
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judgment, quick action and skill captured the sweepstakes prize Veil have moved into tlteir new
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honip i and green legs.
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are absolutely essential. It calls at Spokane on a car of Spitzen- which they recently purchased from B. A. You bond your [tens with narrow Jenno
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for enthusiasm and interest and berg apples and the victory car F. Fiske. Mr. and Mr*. Fi*ke will re rose combed males with off color leg« Stanley.
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team spirit that will turn a lub ried with it, in addition to blue side in the Evan* house this winter.
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llotte. male or female, Broad. «mall PORTLAND . ir
ber into a wiry athlete in one ribbons and medals, a check for Troutdale H. F. I). No. I is now serv pebbled
combs close to the hr ad and
season of six weeks and do more $1100. The decision of the judg ed by C. J. Fancher, who is proving a rich yellow legs will make things all
very efficient carrier.
to develop poise and self-posses es in making the award was
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Q. Flow can 1 get n good flv« point
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sion than all the lectures or in unanimous. The growers have
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cockerel Leghorn comb?
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door gymnastics he could take in only five acres in bearing orchard
A. A great many breeders nse a
a bally K«« » pt Sunday.
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a whole school course. Football and had not expected to exhibit han Tallxit anti wife vi*ite<) with E. at a nd a rd combed male with a female
whose five point comb does not lop
D. Hamilton ami family Monday.
Jun<.A7on0reg"n °“7, C,nen,ah P,rk •,,d *•» Po'nf. «-h.ng.» mn al (}o|f
is good; it will be better when at Spokane. It was not until a
We generally get enough In
Kittie lying i* at home viaiting over
they “cut out” the living pyra large part of their crop was her Mi.*
breeding straight standard. Please re
For Lenta, Mt. Scott and eaataida points, change car* at Lente Junction.
member the comb Is not tbe whole
marketed that they decided to Mr. am! Mr*. Ormaby of Carrollton, bird. Breed shape first elwsva.
HL Gresham Harness Shop
Goodner & Ritzer
PORTLAND RAILWAY LIGHT & POWER CO.
General Office*. First and Alder Sts., P ortland , O bboon .