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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 4, 1910)
John Hcliacht h»«l th« imafortnnr to
i’ll USASI VAIIIY
!«»•** hia driving h"r»e onr «lay laat werk
Mm Broiiquiat »ml «laughter of Port*
ìhr antmul ba i ita leg broken by Iwing
lami viaited with Mr» W ( M ihi I i > our
ki«'l*«*d by another hor»r
«lay lot week, Mi»» llraair rrniaining
T. R lUrry haa gone to l'»atrrn Ore
gon on buainraa ami will I m * almrut alwint
Mm Alfr«*«l Juhneun I« al»lr to I»* out
ol liir h«»«|iital «on r liiorr hot I» in vrry
Mr» Gu» Rirhrv nnd Mi«» Edna
Morar attriiii(wl « hur« li in Portland Hun-
All Ihr pupil» who to-»k tin* rltfhtli i.« %
gt»«l«* vi a mi nation l«*»l w«*rk w«-r«* »u«*
A uk Mattili» trport» »m*re»» a» a «wn
hunter and alno a« a l«*adi ng invilii er at
('«••«fill III pn»»ltig
I the leant that followed.
I N I’lrllr bn» go m> up to lutloiircll
I alia to lo«»k alter a ranch which hr
own» io that v 1« lints
New f’ldn lor Modern Ddiry.
Several effort« have lx*en made with
in the last two yeaaa to attract noiiic
large manufavtury or other lalror-vm-
ploying inwUtutioii to the vici.ilty of
It now »«*ein» that the moot
Ilk« ly of imtlitution» la living propose«!
lor our l«M-ahty
In the fir»l place we
ar«* in a» g*»»l a fee«!-product ng l'»'Hlity
4» there 1» in tin* «late.
We nr»* near
the la*»! market.
A convenient mean»
«»I tran»p«.»rtation lie» imme«liately at
A large numl*er of dairy
« nttie could la* l««tighl fr««m the farm
er» nearby at rea»««nable prn «•»
E«lw kelly waa looking after busi*
Commenting I « I» |5, rural letter rar
probability that n large nurnlivrof milk-
Uva» interrata in l'ortlairl Saturday
riera will not >»«• rejuired to «olivet !«•»»«*
producem will la* force«! out of bu*inr«»
M im Gladv» tpplrgata la on the unk «••’in» from rural mail Iroiea
in the near future by eilating law» re
hat thi» w «M*k
lating to in»p«*< lioh und tuliercillitl !«•!»
wi *p tiiriii »•«•urrly in a pieve ««f px|x r
ami bv other law« even mor«* atringvnt
l ln re will I m « a ptrtv givrn at Ihr
or <lr|»MM< them ili a i-uiii rrrepta« le ao
(«raring «»n care of cow», building» aixi
I kuiiv <d Mr and Mr« V B < tail uval
they can lx* mm I y airi <|in< kly taken
imrrounding», will inaiire a lx»llrr mark
I riday e\cning. I «d«. 1
Irmii l»»*«*<«, and w her«* mill» are left
\ Imakrt a«N'i*tl I« t'» i»«* given l»v th«* with mail for <li»p4t«h, ratrivr« will at et for dairy pr«i»iuvt», especially lho»e «if
high grade, and that 1» jil»l what 1»
(«range he it Saiurdas night
W»« un* tarn »lamp» t » »urh mail
planned by the new movement.
derattn I that t be gr title iikii will make
Thia la an or«lvr jual isaued by th«*
Mirbeal spahn m the originator <»f this
the liaaketa atri |«irni»ti th«* program
|M«atotlirr «lepar t men t.
prot**tition which include» two or three
One u( the essentials of such an ex-
ten»! vv dairy would I m * a cold storage
department. That in itself would I m * a
valuable addition to the wealth of our
l>e«l»n N<11. by Glrnn L. Saxton. Architect.
grow mg «'«immunity, producing ice for
local ««msumptmn and in»uring proper
preservation of all the dairy*» product».
Tlie »«*c<»nd feature is tl e plan for the
dairy which may I m * «irveloprd along
dllicrof two plan*». Either will require
a st<M-k c«unpany, witii von»id«*rablv
cash sui>F« rlpti«>ns to purchase a site,
erect modern dairy lutrns, an ice plant,
etc. A livr«l of dairy «*attl* to lx» com-
|HH«**d <«f testtsl cows and to lx* turnv*l
«»ver to tin* dairy for at«x*k in trie com
pany bv farmers who might lx* inter
ested in the «iicc«*»» «>f the institution,
would lx* formed, and go«»! dairying
w«ml«i lx* exemplified.
Then the dairy
comptiny woulii purchas«* other milk oi
those members of the company or from
larmvrs who liad gtxxi healthy cows.
The entire milk product wouhl then lx»
pastuerixed, tbat is heated to 157 «iegrves
minute», seal« «! in bottles
while hot and sent to market to meet
the pur«* milk demand.
Aimther plan is that the st«x’k com
pany »hull own all the cows, care for
them in a modern dairy barn where the
surroundings are m iiccor«iance with
ever) v»*vnlial f«»r «'Ivan milk from
Tins wouhl enable the
coin|»any to market pastuerized and also
I’EIIKVECTI VR VIEW FROM A 111< i fot ¡ Il A I'll.
lcrrtitie«i milk—the «li(Terence lx»ing that
A Simple Six Room Bungalow.
In the bungalow line till*« dvalgn 1« a «ertitie«| milk is «Iran anti healthful,
gem to study. This la what I" called suitable fur chihlrrn and invalids, or
n alx room bungalow
The rooms are anyone else. nn«l at a (letter price.
all thrown together, thr living room
Both of these plans are gtxxl.
opening up with thr reception hall and deaervc support, I ut we believe the lat
forming practically on«» large room
ter plan ia thr better.
It insures bet
twenty nine feet wide
There Is n lit
ter control of the products, less chance
tie hall fmm thr back of the bunga
low which allows onr to pass from th«» for friction among pr«xlttcers an«l the
front to tin* rear of the houxr without c«>iii|iany, purer milk and a higher
entering or passing through any *»f the price. Surli a dairy, with from 50 to
rooms. lnt«i each of which there Is a S • or a 100 cows, would make any l«xal-
hull entrance. This Is ax near a |x»r- itv famous if conducted strictly up to
feet floor plan as can lx* got up for a standanl
A number such are lx»in^
bungalow of this size.
There is a
managed near New York City that have
small baaemeut under the kitchen,
come to lx» of national repute ami their
with a liedroom ncrorai th«» rear. Th«»
size Is 30 by IW feet over thr main products are always in demand.
part. The flrat story Is nine feet In milk will stay sweet a month ami be
the clear. tlnlxhtxl with hardwood a I m « »1 ut ely safe for people or children of
fluor» throughout and Washington tlr any age ami brings from 10 to 20 cents
f«>r finish In each room Coat to build, per quart. Of course the business wouhl
exclusive of plumbing and heating. need to be managed by persons who are
thoroughly conversant with every essen
By »¡xx'lnl nrrnngrnmnt with me the tial, ami thr buildings would n«*rd to lx»
editor of this paper will furnish one constructed after approved plans. Every
complete set of plans and specifica other feature of the business would
tions of design No MUI for $25.
neveaaarily lx* conducted according to
GLENN L. SAXTON
Such an institution
wouhl be a blessing to the |«rople of th*
slate an«l a (laying investment for thr
stockholders from the first.
THIS IS WHAT YOU’D DO
//’ Sick .
if \ou I à ¿id a Too th ¿ic he
if in Legai Difficulty
You would (’all in
Welchea, Jan. 31—Snow fell to
| .leptli o( nix inchee laxt night.
eeem to lx* getting our ehare of the enow
thia aeaeon hr we have hail continual
sult a Lawyer.
enow wince l*ec. 1<>.
IF Y<H’ \V \ N’T to »« II a nmrtgag«». if ion want to buy one, if you want to invest
in I h » ii <I s , WHY NOT GO TO TIIE BANK? Your business is handled «•out!-
drnlially and not mad«* public.
J no. h. Rolx-rti* ia apen.ling t few
.lave at Hotel Welch unit enjoying the
There ia a very jolly crowd atopping
If you have a little money that you will not need for a short time bring it at Hotel Welch and many are the atoriea
to the bank ami get interest on it
Win. Welch and Edw. Kolwrta killed
If you have any money at nil it in bent to keep it in the bank and pay your
billn l.v cheek
It in (ar thr nafeat way and you alwaya have a receipt that a 25 pound coon lent week, that leader
cannot lie contented.
and Prummer, Mr. Welch«’» veteran
coon doge, had treed near the hotel.
FIRST STATE BANK
Mra. Abernathy and eon are »pending
a few day» in Portland.
Mra Henry Oaka ia reported aa being
very sick ; Mr« Howard ia nursing her.
Big Annexdllon Meeting.
February 3 will lx* memorable in the
history of Clackamas county as the bg»
ginning of a movement to divide tl.e
county on the line of the Clackamas
At the invitation of the Oak
Grove Improvement Club delegatmm*
w«*r«* present fr«»m Milwaukie,Gladstone.
Harmony, Boring, Kandy. Barton, Eagle
(reek, Estacada ami Firwoud.
meeting was railed to order by Henry
Thrilson, president of the club.
Munly of Portland made the introduc
tion talk and then Mr. B fare Pa«lgett
mad«* some statement» that l«*d up to
the intrixluclion «»f the resolutions be
These rets'lutouis w«*re
taken up separately. The first provide«!
for the «iivismn of the county along the
line of tlie ('lackamas river to its beat!
and from thence l*» a point to lx* later
«ielermine«! and the extension of the
line u«*stward to includ«* Oswego.
on«! to hav«* a committee of 20 local rep
resentative» ap|»iinted to arrange for
the organization of the Multnomah*
< I»« kamas Ann« xation As-ociatiun to
lay plans for the continuance of the
movement an«! extension ot member
ship. Thini, a meeting of thiscommit-
tve to lx? calle«! for next Monday evening
at 6 o'clock at the commercial club
Over 50'» people were sup|»x«e*i to have
The hall was crammed
full ami outside of the Oregon City
crowd there was not one dissenting vote.
The vote was limite«! to the people in
terested in the locality to lx» annexed.
N'o one was prevented from saying any
thing they thought, but the business
preceded «piicklv and after the com
mittee was appointed several Oregon
City |»*«>ple were called on to speak.
Judge Ihmick, O. 1>. Eby, Judge Gor
don and E. Hays responded. C. F. Clark
ami Frank McGugin »poke for the mi*
People of Troublale and Gre»bam joiri
in extending congratulation» to Mr C.
M. Nmitb and Mi»» Clara Webb, who
were quietly married laat Tuesday eve
ning at the White Temple in Portland,
Rev. John Bentzein officiating,
Risk wo«xl G range will celebrate the
one hundredth anniversary of Lincoln's
birthday, which comes on Saturday,
Feb 12, by giving another one of those
will lx» there to furnish the latest music
amt the usual excellent Grange sup|x*r
will be provided.
It if exf«erte«i that the old M
church, ti«at baa aUxai for 30 or 40 year»,
will be replaced b) a new one in the
early apnng. It ia a need that ha» long
been felt in tbit community and will
fuake a vast improvement here.
wedding wa» attended only by the im
Mr. Coolv anti I>on Young «Jl Tr«>ul-
mediate relative» of the bride.
After ! <iale were seen in our midst Friday eve
the ceremony the (xirty returned to the ! ning.
home of Mr». Smith’s mother in East
A. H. Bell and daughter, Edna, of
Portland ami from thence to the Webb Portland »¡«ent Sunday with friends at
Farm where they will make their home this place.
in the future.
The Knights of M area bee» save a card
Mr». Smith ia too well known in tma
party on Saturday evening of last week,
county to need any commendation from
which was an enjoyable affair.
She ha» lx*en held in the
The revival meetings being conducted
highest esteem by all thorn* w ho have
known her in a iex*ial an«! a butline»» by Rev. 8. Bettis were closed on Satur
They were aitend**d with
wav, as manager of the Webb Farm, for day evening.
w inch »he ha« come to lx? <pute note«!. much interest.
Mrs. Harris, stater of Mr» P Q»i«x*in-
Mr. Hinitb baa not been in the vicinity
long but ia held in high eateem by all i berry, died at the GooJ Samaritan hu»-
tb«xH? with whom he haa become ac* ; pital on Friday.
quAinted. Ti e Herat*! join» in wi»l«ing
the young [ample a l >ng,happy au«l proa-
peroua »rd led life.
Don’t forget the dance to be given hy
the Grange the 12th.
Specidl Meetings at Greshdin.
Rev. Sain Bettis close«l a series of suc-
ceaaful revival meetings at Rockwood
last Sunday evening, Quite a class was
formed comp>»«*«! of new converts and
members of various denominations lend
ing their co-operation».
was crowd«*«! each evening an«l the peo
ple in general showed their approval by
assisting in various mays.
is a man of wide experience ami abili-
He can picture sin in its Wi»TSt
form then hit it square in the face.
R*x*kw<M»l has not had such an awaken
ing in a long time.
Oedth of a Child.
The many friends of Mr and Mrs. A.
Brunner, living northwest of Gresham,
will be sorry to hear that their infant
■laughter, Anna, aged 2 years and one
month, died Wednesday, Feb. 2, at 11
She lias l>een suffering for quite
a while from cold and the prevalent I
c. ugh that has affectvl so many people
It was thought all the
while that she would recover but th»*
last week lias seen a rapiil change for
the worse an.l she sank very rapidly
after 1 *ieeday noon.
The funeral a ill lie held Saturday at
1:3t> at Carlson's undertaking rooms
and the interment in Gresham cemetery.
We «Io not anticipate celling out but
let ua put thia one fact before the eyes
of the public that during the month of
February our reduction» on all good»
will have to lx» looked into lieiore they
Notice is hereby given that the firm
can lx» appreciated.
Give ua a call and
of l^eete-R«>tx»rt9 Co., was dissolved on
lx» convinced that this ia tlie at«»re an*i
Jan. 1, 1910, and that the business will
now is the time to buy. R. R. Carlson
heretofore be conducted by M. A. Leete
who will collect all bills am! pay al! out*
Invest in Gresham real estate.
S. E. Roberts.
Evangelist C. M. VanMarter r«egan
special services in the Methodist church
last night winch promise to shake up
the town. A large amiirnce waa pres
ent to welcome him and no on*» was
diaaupoinUMi in the man or hie message.
Services will be held every night Mini at
the regular hours on Sun« lay.
Van Marter and a choir will aj-Bist with
Interest is unabated in the Kuoday
school, the attendance labt Sunday be
A farewell reception a a. given to Mr.
an*i Mr». E. E. Sieret at their houte ou
Wednesday evening, F«b. 2nd. by their
friends and neighbor».
game» were enjoyed by all until a late
hour when refreshments were served.
Those present were Mr. and Mr». Geo.
Sieret. Mr. aud Mrs. Fred Fiehibouw,
Mrs. Pinger and daughter, Viola,___
and Mrs. J. F. Roberto, Mr. and Mrs.
E. Schwedler, Mr. and Mrs. Theo Brug-
ger and family, Mr. and Mrs. K. 8.
Thompson and family, Mr. ami Mrs.
Hartley, Mr. and Mra. T. C. Townsend
Grandpa Fieldhoase, Miss Bernice «iul-
lickson. Miss Daisy Smith. Miss Francis
Tucker, John Burbo.
Mr. and Mrs.
Sieret were the recipients of a hand
some picture which was presented by
The Carpenter place, «0 acre., all
clear, fine house and barn; corner Sec-
tion Line and Ream« roads,
on premises or at my Portland olfice,
213 Couch Bhlg.
H. M. Barrett.
CUT PRICES for WINTER SALES
Good Guaranteed $80 Buggies, with leather
trimminq, plain black sides, red or dark wheels, for....
C eq 50
You have heard of cheap buggies for $65, but not good ones ■I
We carry the second largest stock of vehicles in
Portland and have no agents at Gresham, Oregon City or
nearby towns so we can make you these prices. You cannot
afford to be without a buggy at these prices and you cannot
afford to let this chance go by to get one.
$2.00 Horse Blankets, heavy burlap, full lined, at . . . $1.25
$3.85 Chase Plush Robe, at............................................ $2.30
$40 feam Harness. Cali Stock, at................................... $30.00
Moline 12-in. Steel beam Plow, with Extra Share, at . . . $12.25
FARM WAGONS Al REDUCED PRICES
In the Oregon Moline Plow Co. Bldg.
C. L. BOSS & CO.
320*328 East Morrison St.