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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 28, 1910)
FARM, CITY AND TOWN LOANS
FIVE PER CENT interest, NINE years* time
with privilege ol paying at any time, Return
payments monthly, quarterly, semi-annually or
annually, to suit borrower.
I OU PAU riCULAttB WRIII
THE JACKSON LOAN AND TRUST COMPANY
310 Century Bldg.
nnro your watch o
UU lu keep time :
HOT WATER HEATER
Homirrnd» Arrangement That Proved
As we de"lr»*d l«» put In n h»»t water
heuflng syMeiii In our b"U««* mid a«
the «»Mt I mate*« •*«••* tn«a«| loo high for us
No haMy, wc dvcid«*d io pul In th«4 system a Al
work giiarsnli' I
<hir to in.ik«* our own liriitcr. whh*h when
job Irai« * mir «bop
pioted very "nll«fm*lorv
Mtr «klll«<l Mild ro|»M*M-|itions, < omplei»*«)
not grumble ut the prices, mid Wil*« mm h rheii|ier to InMnll,
ii New Jcr*«*5 i'orrvNponduiil of Popu
Inr Mr« Inml's A fire l>oi, grab**. m»b
pail mid d<M>r from mi old hot air
heater were iim «| Then a |»l|»e Isdirr
Wii" «<nmiru<*lr»l from two mmilfold.
\ will« li we pur<*liHsed e»c|i Inivlng
four outlets f»»r «»nr Inch |»I| m * o | m * h
Illg" «nd In I hi || i rml« f««r «»tie and om*
half Im h |»I| h *
Twelve olie Im h re
eaver ngraving o
turn Irvnda, four «me Inch ell« nml
four «»lie Inch nlpplvM. «1« liM'hvs long,
Ih«* center lengths
of pl|M* were «uf «o iin !<» bring I In*
return | m « ii <| m lnsl»1e the malng and
th»* mmilfold« »»utsld«*
FI«»V AM» ASMCMY m .
'I’hc |»I| m * hud to I»«* lM*nt n little a«»
n« to give It a drop and m»t allow th«*
writer I«» traf»
ill«* Imrr was ream«-»)
out <»f th«* pl|M* end« to allow frrr « lr
Fred I). Flora
SEE CHAUNCEY "W
For Dry G<xxls, Groceries, and
II <> McGintii" liMN rented the Hum*
uirll liouar and will move bis family
Iron» Troutdale in March when Mr.
Hiitninell ex|»rclN to move onto hi» late
ly acquired farm in Eastern Oregon.
may come to their home here in a »bort
Mrs. Marsey and family have moved
into Mrs. iimiiiN cottage on Columbia
W MIIIER. LINTS
Wllev Allen ‘ »Ilice
Halfred Young of Portland spent last
Sunday with friends here.
Mill ANO TIROS IT LUTS JUNCTION
Bert swank ami wife attended the
funeral services <d Mrs. swank's broth
er. Eugene R«ioney, in Portland
I inter X« w
Board by the Itoy or Week
GUI -II \M,
THE MYSTERY OF LIFE
St ( I KIN UNt
nml Wnlk«*r hnv«* «I in -
1«»««•<I «»( N«*vrrnl hundred «Ark« of < »nrnct
Thnt ii great part of the body t»e
ChilfN t»» th«* >wAuk (’«»nipnnv «»( l’ori- Hld«*N th«* I k » ii »* h I m reull) dead In a
Tli«*s<* g«*ntl«*mi»n have l»«*rn healthy, living man is th«* irrdivt uf
among the fortunate fnrin«*r« who bn«l s< leiire. Ei «*n the I»I« hm I. whl«*h has
dug their potato«*!« Indore tin* c«»l«l «1*4*11 always b«s*n «alhxl ’’the Ilf«*.” is only
alii«* ns t«» It« ««»rpUM'les. These swim
In th«* ll«|iild kii«»wii mn the plasma,
The Carpenter pla«*<* has I wen laid which I n ih »( alive, and van la* re
out in five-acr«* tract« and a street sur- pla* «*<1 by a Nerum that may have l»ceii
standing In a druggist’s b<»tlle for six
With the hair. t«*vth. lames
I.. L. Keach, representing tlie lilasia nioiitliN
and I»I o « h I plasma ar«* («> be clasaeil
lamp Conipant’ of Portland, made a
the lymph, tin* chyle, th«* fluids In th«»
number of *ale" among uc.
pleura, pericardium. |M*ril<»n«*uui and
Th«* Arnspigers hii «I Buvklrys have even tin* evrehro spinal fluid th«» fluid
built ice liomw*" ami have **t«»re<! away part «»f tin* brain and spinal column.
None of tin* gases and fluids in th«»
m larg«« «piMiiitv of thi«*k
ice cut from
Kelley's pom I
l*ack«*«l in "nw.liiNt nml I mn I v are inor«» alive than Hit» lime <»f
I’liis leaies us tin» cells
with pH»ldt*d walls tin* ic«» stamls n g«Hxl the b«»n«»N.
as th«» «»lily living part, an«l these ar«»
»how to keep.
dying a nd twlng r«»plaved by tbe mil
Mrs. Peter Kronenhorg of Oakland, lion every h«»ur.
Cal., w ith her little son, Bustsr, re«*«»nt-
From all «»f which facts It Is argue«!
|y look her parent«« by surpris«* in an bi vertnln NcientlstN that Ilf«» I m no
unex|»«*< t«Nl visit to Portland.
She will mor,» real than death and that th«» only
spend a month visiting her p«*oph* of difference lietweeii Ilf,» and ,h»ath is a
stat,» «»f th«» protoplaam or contents <»f
whom tlier«* nr«* s«‘wral families.
tin* <*«»11. As long ns th«» cell Is alive
E<lwar«l nml Lester Wilson of Corl»ett It r«»talns ami controls th«» chemi« nl
viaite«l the Buckley bom«* the past w«s*k. suhstan<*<»N which constitute proto
Mr. PahlliAininer lias a nice lot of plasm, but ns s«>on as It 1« really dead
Early Wonder potato«»" rea ’v for mark th«» «s»ntrol Is linking mid the cell
et. II«* had his |M>tHioes «lug ladorv the
Tills still leaves us much In the «lark
ns t«> w hat Is life.
M i ’ nnitn R chiii
Grandma Wetmore is spending a few
days with Mrs. If. W. Mathison in Port-
Up-to-date General Merchandise
<». H. Shaw amt wife spent Tuesday
with Mr«», bliaw’a uncle in Portland.
Everything from Seed its tn Threshing Machines.
B. P Reynold«
• >f |H>tatoeN.
whipping a carload
Inspect our Stock of
C. M. Zell, wife ami son. have been
visiting at the home of W. Ellison, Mrs.
Zell being a cousin of Mrs Ellison. Mr.
ami Mrs. Zell have le-en living at The
hall«*s, but ar«* now on their way to Ixsi
Angeles, Cal., where they will go after a
few «lays visit with Mrs. Zell's parents.
W. J. Lewellen ami wife at Springwater.
Mr. l-rwelien has also been visiting
here, being a guest of his «¡•ter, Mrs.
M. C. Cornett.
Groceries, Canned Goods
Footwear and Build-
Sand, Clay, Cement, Lime—Best Bargains in the County
neighborhood met at the church on last
Thursday and devoted the day to clean
POINTERS FOR POSTMORTEMS
ing the church and parsonage and do
Often an epidemic of poultry disease ing some other necessarv work. Lunch
may be traced buck to the brut case, eon was served at noon by the ladies
and If au autopay of the tint victim bud
and a pleasant hour spent socially.
be<*u made the disease may nut have
Nothing so invites the people of a new
spread. but the cause and cure been
locality as working enthusiastically for
If Christian work in
Symptoms of a strange, baffling dis- a common cause.
ruse should lu* tabulated
At death its broadest sense is ever to be a power
all external conditions sbuuld be noted for good in this place it will he because
everyone realizes its need, and irreepec-
live of creed, joins heartily in promot-
This neat little church bui kling
is well built and well located, but there
is need of more volunteer effort to m ake
it complete. Great praise is due those
faithful ones who have made thia good
Let us see to it that their
efforts receive our loyal support,
day school ia held every Sunday at 12
o'clock an<l preaching service the first
and third Sundays of the month at 11
Eapeme of Farming Reduced by Smalt
At slight rx|M*ii"e. by I lie develop-
nient uf the giiwollne motor, the farm-
er Is now, enabled w ith modern labor
saving devices to do many limes the
amount of work formerly poMwible
The accomtmuylng Illustration shows
the use of a sinnll |M»rtuble gasoline
engine driving a corn busker by bril
trans ml anion.
For o|»rrMllng the husking machine
only a four to six b<»rxr|s»wrr gasoline
engine Is required. while it Is Mated
that hundreds of bushels of corn have
been husked by a machine of this type
with only a three h«»rav|iower engine
under favorable conditions.
tral Ohiow four roll machine has been
able to husk 250 bushels in a day,
requiring four tenuis and one extra
man. besides the three men that op
erate the machine, with a cash outlay
of $25 per day. It Is staled that : one
of these Ntnall husking machines I op
crated by a light gasoline engine Will
handle th»* same 250 bushels at le»«N
than half the ex|»eiiM*. or $11.50. ’ This
motor driven busker Is of the two roll
ty|»e. the rolls bring four fret In length
and large In diameter. It runs at high
speed, thereby greatly Increasing the
capacity, which is about twenty bush
els |s»r hour under normal conditions,
but has been operated at over thirty
bushels without difficulty. It is staled
that the average run is from seven to
Henry Melby and wife nt Mr. Tabor
.pent Sunday in the Valley.
Arthur Taylor cameout from Portland
ami viol led over Sunday with hume-
W. P. Chilcote was out looking after
buaineea interest. Munday.
J. W. Frost, Jr., spent Sunday with
A. B. Craft was in Portland on
The sawmills report business on the
increase and there is a probability that
prices on lumber will be advanced in
the near future.
Rodlun Bros, have sold 80 acres of
Frank Croucher sold 35 acres of land
to I. F. Coffman of Lents.
The Baptist church organized a class
of 21 members at this place Tuesday.
Tt ere was a large attendance at the
Grange Saturday, it being tbe occaaion
of tbe installation of officers and an
Frank Heiney announces that he in-
tends to build a handsome residence on
his property near bis mill.
commence the work as soon as the
Mrs. Byers is reported to be seriously
Ed Johnson has been engaged as saw
A. B Brooke was a Portland visitor yer at Rodlun Bros.
GASOLINE CORN HUSKER
made this way. one for <*«•«!» «q»enhig
In the manifold»«
The casing was
built of brick covered with cement
after all the piping and tin* I m » x tlx
t tires were In place. The lop Is one
pie« e <»f cast iron, made from a pat
tern of our own construction.
('onnrctlons were mad«« to the STS
(ein from the ends of th»* manifolds,
which wm* one and one half Inch
pl|M‘. Tbe h«»t water was taken from
(I m * lop manifold and th«* return con
nected to the t»o(tom This Is'ller has
been In use for some time and has
ghrti entire **atlsfactlon
CHt KRi VILLE
Ml«« Welletta Warmoth
»¡»ending several days with
All Ktn«!« <>f liuihling
1 loot nig, < oiling i«n<l
HARLOW, RLASER & HARLOW
Fairview. Jan. 2*1—Mrs. Reade's
youngest son and daughter returned
from Wyeth on Wednesday where they
>|>ent the |au>t two weeks.
Mias Bertha Moller of Portland ia
some time with her mother,
Ray Roper wkn here from Portland
visiting al th»* home of Mrs. R. Brink, Mrs. A. B. Moller.
J. <i. Turner ami W. Turner were out
The family of William Eby ol Efixxi
Mm. « H im Bowen and baby returned from Portland to spend Sunday with River ia very ill with typhoid ¡ever.
from K« I no on Sunday and joined Mr. their par«*nts, Rev. I> Turner ami wife. One daughter. Miao Minnie, died la«t
Mrs. E. A. Whilley, who is tq»ending week.
The family will reside in
Mr. Eby waa critically ill while
some time in Portland, pacoted bunda> l»o other» were convalescent, according
the Helming < ottMg»*
to latest reports. Mr. Eby's age«l par
Mrs J Alfred luiraon and Mrs. C B at her home here.
W. J. Ju ng nuk el suffered the I ON" Of ents and other relatives in Cherryville
1.arson wp-nt Sunday with rotative« at
one of his dray horses by some «1 r»ea»e have the sympathy of the entire com
Mr. Eby, Hr., went to Hood
Mrs. I. Allard and «laughter, Mrs. W. last Saturday.
C. Shrpard is laid up as the result of River early in the week.
Craghea<l and son, have returned from
Home of the good people of this
Brigham City, ( tab, to The Halles ami a fall he took a few days ago.
Mrs. N’arr I> mn recovered from her ill
ness ami lias gone to cook at Wellen A
C M Ktillson ba« pur« ha««*d a horn«-
Mrs. I. A Stafford in »pending Nome*
tune witli her daughter, M tn . Henry
RicliartiNon, who in ill with the grip
Blanche Brink ha» returned to
her borne from D m II mn where she has
ia*en attending college.
Troutdale, Jan. 20.—Arthur McFar
lin, who died in the Good Samaritan
hospital last Sunday night, was bur its I
in ItouglaNN «*emetvry here on Wctfaes-
<lay, the funeral services bring conduct
ed in the Evangelic church here al 2
o'clock W««dhrMlay, l»eing in charge of i
the order of Forresters, of which be was
l>e«*rMsrd was *’i>4 years t>f
Mg»* ami w mn unmarried.
lie has made
Ills horn»* with Mrs. H. A Surber, who
in a »liatMOt relative,
for sometime ami
leaves a numlM*r of friends.
is living al the Soldiers Home.
I osier Road and Main St.
A Ski club from Portland took dinner
Came Near Choking to Death.
in Cherryville on Friday. They filled a
A little boy, the «on of Chris. D. Pet-
tally-lio and had been up to Yocum's
' erson. a well known resident of tbe vil
for some real winter sport.
lage of Jacksonville, Iowa, had a sud
Mias Ewing made a week-end trip to den and violent attack of croup. Much
thick stringy phlegm ean.e up after
giving Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
Mr. Peterson says:
“I luink he would
have choked to death had we not given
him this remedy.”
For sale by Gresh
am Drug Co.
Frai Towers an«l wife of Lents spent
part of the <iav Sunday with Mrs. Pow-
ere’ parents, W. 11. H. Stewart and
Snaps dt Carlwa’s.
RRADT F«»R THE KSIFK.
Who carries carpets, rugs, matting
rhese should all l»e compared with In
Mrs. J. S. Eastman was down from
ternal Indications and thus a conclu-
and linoleum in all patterns'*
Gresham on business Tuesday.
slun be reached.
Carlson, of course.
He has everything
Charles Benedict is having extensive
In performing a postmortem fasten
that auv up-to-date house furnishing
fowl to a table or board, pluck feath- improvements made on bis home.
establishment bas, and if you want to
era fn»m neck and breast and with a
J. B. Mitchel is building a house on get some real snaps keep track of his
strong knife cut through to the bone his property.
prices during the month of February
nt Junction of neck and breast.
Mr. Rinard has moved onto the Mas When he says snaps it means some
Now break the bone right before
breastbone and with shears cut down on place near Sycamore.
along the sides, but not too deep, and
Sunday morning Agnes Henderson,
draw brvastltone and all down, so that who has suffered for several months
organs in upi»er portion are exposed, from tulterculosis, passed away at the
but do not mt or tear away the borne of her parents, Robert Henderson
The Carpenter place, 40 acres, all
peritoneum, the membrane lining the
Her friends and love«! ones clear, fine bouse and barn; corner Sec
atxlomen cavity, for peritonitis, or
Inflammation of this membrane, may will feel keenly her loss, but they may tion Line and Keani9 roads.
find comfort in the thought that she is on premises or at my Portland office,
have caused death.
IL M. Barrett.
If death was caused by watery at rest from her pain an«l that she was 213 Couch Bldg.
cyst, this membrane generally covers ready to go.
The Herald, >1 a year.
Read the ads in The Herald.
will find bargains.
Has the Goods’ New Stock; Fresh, Clean,
Attractive Line of Groceries, Boots and Shoes,
and Notions of all kinds.
Fairview’s Leading Merchant
(IASOLINR MOTOR HUNKER.
Lots (or sale in Ceilarvillr, on easy
terms. II. W Smishall. ricusimi View
Avenue; Gresham, Route 3.
Tin* Herald prints the local new«.
Then» are plenty of p<*ople who obey
the law 1 »evnune they can’t nil «»rd to
It Is quite as necessary to know
when not to tplk us It Is n hcti to at***?
New Location — Fresh Stock Daily — Best Brands
BUTTER AND EGGS TAKEN
Cheapest Cash Bargains in the County,
about our Prize Offering.
Agency for Oregon Fire Relief Association.
ton shocks (twelve hills sipnirei per
hour. 1’he shredder head Is e«>mp<»se«i
of knives strung on n shaft eleven-
sixteenths of an Inch In diameter, held
In position so that only one knife
strikes at a time. The knives strike
with a shear cut each two and one-
half Inches on the stalk, leaving the
blades In goo<l condition.
The blower Is arranged at the rear
of the machine, so that all the stover
must pass over the screen. About six
teen feet of nine Inch pipe Is connect
ed to the inn chi nr. A bevel gear Is
used for driving the corn elevator,
which Is so constructed that the recep
tacle for receiving the corn Is out of
the way In driving up to the machine
with a load. The power Is disengaged
as well as the rolls by the simple
movement of a lever attached to a
TUK VtTMJ» ItXPOsXD.
same, and its rupture will allow the
water to esea|ie before a good view is
When all the organs are exposed,
study them carefully.
A good plan is to compare them
with the organs of a healthy fowl,
killed without bleeding and dead alxiut
the same length of time.
if you fail to reach a sure conci*.
alon report fully to your state veter
inarian or send him a fowl dead fmtn
the same disease and get his opinion.
tack of a constant supply of clean,
pure, fresh w ater before the fowls means
defeat in the end.
CHOPPING AND ROLLING
Grist Taken at any Time---Qulck Delivery.
WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF MILL FEED
Market Price Paid for Urain
SUN-DIAL FEED MILL