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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (April 8, 1910)
M AIN ST.
Ornerai MerxhanUlse. I ee«l. Etv.
Calicos and (lingams
latditM* Sun mer Underwear and
Union Suita. Ranging in | micv from
lftc garments up.
HOSII RN—Our line of hosiery for
men, women amt children is the
best, and guaranted for I month.
Lawns, Percales. Muslim*. Sheeting,
Pillows Tubing. In this large line
great care ha» I teen exercised selec
tion and prices are right.
NEEDLES \ tine a*«>ortinent (or
all makes of Sewing Machines.
U e have a nice
line of all kinds
of shelf and a
g x»d assort m't
of hight hard
ware to suit the
One 50-pound sack
Pride of Walla Walla
Mt ATS Ham
Racon Salt Pork
>ide Meat. All
kinds of Salt
Fish always on
hand and the
prices vary with
Paints and Brushes
A full »nd complete line of gro
ceries both stap'e »nd fancy. Every
thing fresh and selected to suit you.
SCREEN DOORS- K nice line of
Screen Doors and Windows at all
prices. Also screen by the yard.
A complete stock of Heath A Milli
gan'« house and tioor paint, bright
and durable and the l*e<*t tn town.
If you have any painting to do let
in« give you an eatimate.
kind« of paint and varniah brushes
: LOCAL NEWS ITEMS :
Carl Shattuck has sold his house and
lots in Regner's Addition.
D. S. Johnson has moved into his
bungalow on Roberts avenue.
Mr. an’ Mrs. Harry Crenshaw are re
joicing over the birth of a baby bov.
Ren Mathews is in eastern Oregon
where he is thinking of going into busi
Vernie Lantz, recently from Molalla,
is helping his uncle, F. M. 1-antz. in
farmers' Institute ai Gresham
Tlie coming Fanners’ Institute offers
the beet thing of an educational nature
that has couie to Gresham for a long
time The *~eion will extend over three
days and will begin each morning and
clo*" at the end of an evening session
Besides the regular institute work,
■everal of the local Granges will demon
strate tlie d<-grve work ami thus make
the session of direct value to grangers.
We have included a full program in
this issue anil it will lie seen at once that
we arc to be served with an intellectual
treat that has rarely had its equal.
every fanner in tlie country so arrange
his dates that he may lie sole to take in
tlie entire proceedings.
Salt a. a Medicine.
I have la tlie past avveu or eight
.rear» found the aihantngv of putting
a little salt In all the water I drink. I
also put a little salt, with sugar and
milk, in every cup of tea. coffee or co
coa I use.
I have lieen a resident In the trop
ica for over forty years and except
for a spralmsl ankle have not had oc-
! casion to call lu a doctor or to take
any uiedlcluo In the last thirty year».
I believe every one’s health In the
I tropics would lie very much lietler if
he used more salt. I find the beucllt
of drinking a tumbler of cold water
with a little salt In It every morning
on rising at alamt 5 o'clock, lieforv
my bath or cup of cocoa. wlibh I
usually take la-tween 5.30 and d.
If people could lie Induced to try the
easy and cheap method of taking a lit
tle common salt with the water they
driuk they would tn the generality of
cases Hud that they would seldom re
quire other medicine F. N lluru lu
Cham tiers' Journal
Ball place and will move to the same in 10:30 a. tn. Chemistry of the S>il, by
the near future.
Prof. C. E. Bradley, of the l>e|iart
inent of Chemistry, Oregon Experi
Chas. Bauer has just sold a ten-acre
farm on the Section Line west of t>resb-
11 a. m. Pteparation of tlie Soil, Ray
am for *(>■•> an acre.
Gill, master Rmwellville Grange.
Fleming, who are to run
a transfer and livery business, have
11:30 a ni. Discwwion, led by H. E.
put on a large covered van for transfer
Davis, of Gresham.
2 p. m. Music. General topic. Poultry.
John S. Burns of BeaverCreek local
2 15 p. m. Poultry on tlie Farm. Prof.
ity was doing business in Gresham one
James Dryden, Dept. Poultry llus-
day this week and spoke for The Herald
bandry, Ore. Exp. >ta.
for a year.
2:45 p.m. Diseases and Remedies, 11.
J. N. Faris has moved to his farm
Ringhouae. Oregon -tate Poultry As
a ha'f mile north of town.
will live in tents while their house is 3 .3n p. m.
Disenseion. led by C. D.
Minton, editor Oregon Agriculturist,
Mrs. Hoss is steadily gaining in 7:30 p. m.
strength and is able to sit up some
work by Pleasant Valley and Risk
She will probably be able to leave the
FRIDAY, APRIL 15
Mr. and Mrs. Gust Larson went last
10 a m. Music.
General topic, Dairy
Saturday to Battleground, Wash., to
visit over Sunday with Mrs. Larson's
10:15 a tn. Bitter Cows, by l*n>f. F.
brother, Peter Onsdorff.
I.. Kent. Dept Dairy Haaliandry. Ore.
D. M, Roberts has returned from Us
trip into central Oregon. He. with S,
10:45 a. tn. Tuberculosis.
E. Roberts and W. N. Brown, will act
as locator, for The Spanton Company of
11:30 a. m. Disctumon hsl by B C.
Altman, of Multnomah Grange.
W. P. St. Clair of Crystal Lake, Ill., 2 p.m. Music. General topic, Horti
has been the guest of his nephew, H. L.
St. Clair, this week.
He is touring the 2:15 p. m. Commercial Apple Growing,
Coast from Los Angeles to Seattle and.
A. I. Mason, lloisl River.
while enjoying the warmer climate far 2 4.5 p. m. Old Orchards, litis Richey,
ther south, thinas there is no location
of Pleasant Valley Grange.
more promising of future development Music.
Discussion ted by Mr. Addis of Russell
The funeral of Wm. New will be held
in Portland, Saturday, April 9th. Mr. 4 p. ai 'flood Roads, Hon. J.. R. Web
New was one of the pioneers in the
ster, ex-County Judge of Multnomah
country east of Gresham.
He leaves a
wife, three sons and three daughter. 7:30 p. tn.
Hi, death must have occurred »ime
work by Russellville and Woodlawn
time ago. He left home in Portland in
< r ran gee.
February and the body was found this
SATVRDAY, APRIL 1«
week tiearjtbe Columbia blougb. No
10 a. m. Music. General topic, Library
cause can be given for his death or dis
10:15 a m. Ifoes it Pay to Read Books?
Gresham Grange will meet on Satur
Miss Harriet A. Wood, of Chicago.
day. A special paper will be presented 10:45 a. m. A County Reading Room,
by Dr. Belt on Preventable Diseases, and
Miss <>race E. Mornl, of I>-nts.
Extermination of the Fly. 11. E. Davie
11 a m.
The Function of a School
will discuse The Cow from the Dairy
Library, P. M. Nash, Troutdale.
man’s Standpoint. Mr,. J. W. Shat
tuck will present a paper on Dooryardi,
:I5 a m.
Tlie Practical Value of Ag
an>J Mrs. Ed Sleret will tell about the
ricultural Books to Fanner, Miss Ruth
Leak in the Kitchen Pocket Book.
M. Wright, Salem.
D. J. Culy possesses a sample of
11:30 a. m.
youthful precocity that should lie worth
the attention of everyone interested in
Music. General topic, Agri
the poultry business. One of hie spring 2 p. m.
hatch, a cross between Buff Rock and
Buff Leghorn, at 12 days old announced 2:15 p. m. Agriculture in the Public
Schools, I>r. W. J. Kerr, Pri-sident
hie ambition by crowing, not only once
Oregon Agricultural College.
but several times, and this on successive
days. Mr. Culy does not wish to lie Music.
That merchant, who is determined
that bis advertising shall lie the beet
in town, is “in the race,” whether be
realizes his ambition or not.
New line of stationery just in.
VZOUcan find the greatest assortment of season-
■ able merchandise ever found in a country store
For the week commencing April II we have two specials
First 2000 yards of the itoa.aons latest designs in embroidery, values up to 25c ut 10>' yd
Second 6 qt lip preserving kettles at 29c each
a \ i >- umi OXFORD*
Our nt»w spring lines are
full of them, Irom the chaste
plain dewign to lhe catchy fan
cy iMittrriiN Tlicrr 1« a riot of
st.xles to sr les I from
you are «loan town come in
ami see the n«w tilings it only
Io post yourself.
t he Peter«
Shoe Co. has outdone itself for
11« thin seas«»n for la’autv of
pattern« an<l «U|»erior work
manship and the««* Diamond
Brand Sh»H*a do have a any of
m ear mg that 1« hard to equal.
Sprinkling a T-ostlo.
A wooden trestle on the Klamath
Lake railroad, in Oregon. Is protected
from tire lu the dry season by a sys
tem of sprinklers which keep It con
A pipe runs the entire
length of the trestle betweeu the
tracks, and at short distances are
holes through which the water Is
sprayed over the structure. Popular
Fresh C«»w wanted.
T. R Howitt“
FOR SALE—\ few ton* <d clover hay
F. W. Hocker, Troutdale, K 1
We also have the Iwst line
of Men's Everyday ami Work
ing Silo«*« to *»e fourni in tlie
We guárante«’ lo «tallii
back of everv «hm* ar sell.
WANTED— Rye Straw. A-ldrewj* R.
Holman, Greehain, Oregon, Route 1,
F'»R 8 \ 1 1
Milk Cooler, I ’• >>
can«, 1 five-gal. can.
(’. N. Powell,
LUMBER—At our new mill 1*4 mile«
southeast of Kelt*.». We deliver lumt'er.
BARGAIN SALE—Second hand two-
hor«e gasoline engine.
For Lime, Cement and Flatter, «er
M. D. Kern, Gr»’«ham.
FOR SA LE—Burbank -e»i| potatoea,
Andrew Brügger, Melville Farm, Route
FOR RENT — Ten-acre farm near
Gresham, with bearing < »rchard and
buildings. Also three ton« g'««l hay for
sale. I’hone 387.
WANTED—St«« k h«»gs
T. R. How-
Jl ST «1X1 IM I» A
Irt’t U« flgtirc with y*»u on y»»ur
hctMi« in thi« c I ämj » of mvrvhnmlim*
H.« wc can
Save You Money
We «Ino carry the heal ami the
largvMt line of
In tbv city and the price« are all
(>kid to Submit Iqures
for the««' gooda on application at anv
Collie III uml see the »took«
Our new line of Men's, Wumrii'«
and Children*« Straw lint* arr here
It may la* a litlh* early for the»«*
giMteln but v oil a di tonni them so «> ii
ami we tonni you to knoto to here you
CMU see and gel (hr la*«l there I«
We have JU«t received a new lot
of Rang**« tui<l among them are
the Ih-rtt Make« oil the Market.
Read the name«, yoti are familiar
witli every one »»f tl»rm and
know fi»r your»elf that lhev at«’
not only reliable but the (»eat
that money can buy.
Have them all in two grade«, 1st
amt 2d ao that the prn«' will auil
They are wold on
term« to «uit ymi. Why go and
buy inferior g<MMÍ« when y«»u can
get the beat at th»’ «ame price
am! on the «arne terni»?
dl*< and > ylliHb-r Alati *li»r and tin
«1er r»-«'4»r«i* and taka order« for all r«
cord« nt»l In «tuck i <« mm I auppljr t»f
tir» «lira alvi ■upply« r.’fulaut I) <>n ha ''-I
Ma* hin«*« soiil <>n « a«y t< rtm
l>»ta for «al« in Cedarville, on eaay
Came Near Choking to Death.
term«. II. W Snaahall. Pleuaint View
A little lx»y, the «on of Uhn«. D. Pet
erson, a well known resident of tlie vil
Avenue; (ìrvabam, Route 3.
lage of Jacksonville, Iowa, had a mid
den and violent nttack of croup
Read the ada in The Herald.
You thick Mtringy phlegm came up after
will lind bargain«.
giving Chamlierlam’« Cough Remedy.
Mr. Peterson «ay« :
“I think he would
have idioke*! to death ha<l we not given
loin thi« remedy.”
For «ale by Gresh
A gran<l dance will t>e given at Handy am Drug Co.
Saturday night, April 9 at Junker*«
Lail. Sup|»er will be aerved at the
The store that does not advertise
The public it cordially
probably hasn't anything to advertise
invited. G. W. Beer«, manager.
that would stand the **adverti«ing test”
rs to values, etc.
Cured of a Severe Attack of Bron
Shattm k «eli« lime ami su'.phur spray
chitis by Chamberlain’s
LOST—A memorandum tax»k, on the
Section Line road tielween Portland and
“On Octolwr TMth.lant, my little three
Gresham. Reward. Notify E. .J. Grad year old 'laughter contracted a aevere
in. Gresham, phone 325.
14 cold which re«ulted in a bad raae of
Eatrayad from bronchitis,” «ay« Mr«. W. G. Gibson of
my place on April 5, a Poland-China Lexington, Kv. ‘ She lost the power of
pig, ail week« old. Fimler pirate notify R|*eech completely and was a very sick
L. L. Kidder, Gresham, and receive child. Fortunately we bad a Iwittle of
< hamlrtTlain’« Cough Remedy hi the
(14 house and gave it to her according to
<>n the «e< ond day
STRAY NOTICE—A sorrel |M>ny or printed dirvctiona
«mall hors»», bald fare, taken up at my «he wan a great deal l>etter and on the
farm, March .M». Chas. W. Nordbiom, fifth day, Oct. 23, «tie wa« entirely well
Route 4, Gresham.
(14 of her <•<,!«! and bronchiti«, which I at
tribute to thia aplendid me<licine
FOR SALE — Hood River (’lark’s recommend Chamberlain’« t ough Rem
Seedling Straw berry plant*.
Addre«« edy unreaervedly «« I hav»? found it tlie
E. L. Klemer, R. I). 2, ILxxi River, «iireat.aafpwt arid (piiclce«t cure for cold«,
(16 both for children and adulia, of any I
have ever u«ed.” Lor «al»? by Grenham
FOR SALE—Pure bred White I Leg Drug Co,
horn Egtfs for hatching. See or phone
Andrew Brugger, Malville Farm. Gresh
FOR SALE—Black Minorca hens at
II each. Al-o Egg« for hatching at 5<)c
a setting. Fowls are pure bred
R. A. Neibauer, Gresham, Ore., R.I). 2,
box 69, North of Lusted M*hoolhoiise (tf
Warner'« Rust I'ruof Corset«, Peter«
Shoe«, Black Cat lloeiery, la»«hra
Charter Oak and Suirerfor Ranges,
U jute 5|oiinta*n and (’vntur\ Flour,
American Fence. Ami would la»
\X/E are showing the finest lino of men'» furnishings at prices that cannot lie beaten
» v anj when in need of anything in this line you are sure to get full value for vour
money if you buy from us. You are at liberty at all times to insp«>ct our goods, compare
our prices and satisfy yourself that what we say we do. We sell the best
evr sold for the money. The best $1.50 hat and the best 25c tie. We have finer and
higner priced gi»>ds in these lines but them1 three items are our greatest bargains.
pay more money for these gixxls when your money will buy by the n here at these prices.
HOUSE L»r Rent on Mam street,
apply to Cha«. Cleveland, Gresham. 14
FOR SALE—Extra lark’»’ ccdai posts.
H. E. Davis, Grveham; Phone 21.
We are Mile jqenls for the
Poisonous Gao G.ya.r,
In the midst of the great faunal wil
derness near Nairobi. Africa. Is a big
blowhole In the earth Issuing poison
ous gases Surrounding this bole for
tunny yards are piled Ismes of dead
animals poisoned by this gas geyser
Dogs dragged by ro|»-s over the hole
wen- killed lu less than a minute. The
gas lias been found to tie hydrochloric,
‘routing from some volcanic depth
The death trap has been fenced aud
billed with warnings
Mrs. Thos. Hinder, who has been very
sick for the past week, is aow consider
THVRSDAY. APRIL 14
“You say Jones is down ami out?
10 a. m. Musi, .
Address of welcome Why. It was only a little while ago
bv Lewis Shattuck, mayor of Gresham. that he told me he had the key of
Miss Ella Merrill is employed at Dav
Response by A. T Buxton, master of success.”
enport-Thompson's commission house
"He did. but the |K>or fellow wasn't
Oregon state Grange. Music.
on Front street.
able to Hud the keyhole" Exchange.
General topic, Agriculture.
Chas. Oliphant has bought the H L.
wholly re,|>oneible for this remarkable
story so he states that be can furnish
witnesses to the fact, if there aie any
doubters. He has been breeding this
strain for several season, and the early
maturity of the stock is one of its re
At the Greater Store of Shattucks
HERALD BARGAIN OFFERS
Beaver State Herald and other papers
The price of Th« Herald alone is SI
a year, but to th«»««* who would lik«* the
FOR SALE—40 acres P4 miles south
advaritag«* of a clubbing rat«’ with oth«T
ea«t of Wilson Station. 7 acres clear,
200) cords of w<sxl, some cedar, spring«, papers we offer the following low
good soil. Address box 45, Ix*nts. 7-tf prices:
Rrmrmkf thru are thr limevt R.itrv
FOR SALE—Percheron horse, 4 year
old this spring, wt 1450, broke single
Herald" in combination with any
Clarence Cathey, Phom*
3:15 p. m. The Trend of Educational or double.
• x ’
of the following:
Thought in Oregon, Prof J. II Acker
1 n 0 mos.
man, State <upt. Public Instruction.
FOR SALE—Young Jersey bulls. One WERKLT OREGONIAN
I'All.’i ORKGONI \ N
Discussion led by Prof. R. F. Robinson,
Phone 358. Route 2, Gresham.
tf D'f.Ysn«! «I NPAY OKKGG.N'lAN H (SI
Supt. of Schools for Multnomah Co.
FOR SALE—We have at our barns SEMI
DAILY JOI KNAI.
7:30 p. m. Some Problems in Agricul
at Gresham, Oregon, a rar of horses for DAILY and HEN DAY JOURNAL 7.00
ture, Dr. James Withycomls", Director «ale. Some drivers, all-pur ¡w and l’A< IFIC MONTHLY
On-gon Experiment Station. Ktereop- draft horses. All well broke. S. 8. PACiriC
l'A< IEI«’ EARMKR
NATIONAL «. range
ticon views of breeds of cattle and Thompson A F. A. Flemming.
I’Ol I.TRY JOI RNAL (monthly) 1 (SI
ORE«H»N AGRfcrr.TE RKT
FOR SALE OR TRADE-Will sell Mr( AI.I.H MAGAZINE (Ladles*). l.M)
If you want to buy stump powder for cash or take good milch cows in
This price I* for delivery by mall only and
that will give you no danger handling,
only when remittance la mad« with ord«*r
no headache», no thawing, see T. R. sisting of 48 head and 29 lam tie. Ad- Patera may be sent to aepersto addresses. Hub-
fl reM M. I/Cnnarts, Boring, Ore. Phone
m rlptlon* may begin at any tlm«*
Howitt; be handle» Trojan powder, (if 394.
I ever Sores.
Fever «ore« Hiul old chronic sores
should not I h * lieah*'| entirely .but «hould
t»e kept hi healtbv condition. This can
lw done bv applying Chamberlain's
Halve. riiis «alve h.v« no «U|H*rlor for
If in »1*0 inoat excellent
for riiappe«! hand«, »ore nipple», burns
and diseas»’« of tlie »kin.
bur sale by
Gresham Drug ('<>.
March w ind« whittle flesh right «»fl the
Keep them in out of the cold.—-
I’l.KAHANT VAI.I.KY GRANGK N o »♦«
M< eta «» m - oik I Mmtur<l«y at 7 J»' ¡» ii > . ati<1 fourth
ri«iur«la) at |o .«• a in every month
KIM KWlHIh l.KANGF Mr. t* the flrat We«(
, n«'»«tay of rarh month at * |> m and third «al
ur«lav at la a in
Ml I IN'iM AH OKSNGK. SO 71 Meet* the
fourth SMturday In « v. r> month at 10 .*» a in .
Hi Grantee tiall. orient
FAIKVIKW I.KAM.E Meet« flrat Saturday
and the thlrd Frl'ln) of ea4 li inoiilh
ItrNHKI.I.VII I.K GRANGK. No 3M Meet« In
Ku»»«'Ih ill«' a« hoolhoi|«e on the i>< «'oli«l ali«l
fourth Saturday nlKht* in each month
FYFMSo ST Ml GHANGF Meeta In th. lr
hall at Mouth Mount lalatron th«- flrat **alur
I da> of each month at I'» a. in All vlaltor« are
ghesh a M GRANGK
Meets «erond Matur
I da) In each month at I" .'«i a m
|)AM AM< t'M GRANGK, NO A-' M«-« ta first
Matur«lay rarh month
I.KN I H (illA S<»E Meets srrun«1 Saturday '»t
ra< h month at Io «Da m
( I.A< KAMAS GHANGK, NO W Mr« ts the
flrat Saturday In th« month at iO .10 a m and
the thlr.l Satur«lny at 7 «' p in
UOl.1 MRIA '«ItANoK NO M7 Meets In all
<I m \ »«•»•I i . ii flrat Thur»«lay In « *< h m oit h IM
Krange hall nrar t'orbrtt
FREE METHODIST < II U R C II —
Rev. H. (». R oi ’ kh , pa«tor.
S tviitf ,
Sunday School, 10 a m ; Preaching
«•very Sunday nt II a m. and k p. m.
Prayer meeting, Thursday evening nt
k o'clock. All welcomed.
ZION'S EVANGELICAL ( III RCII,
Greaham—Rev. I- II Freund, paator,
S krvh kh ((ierinan) II a n».. eveiy
Sunday morning Sunday «« bool at
l<> a. m. Saturday Rrh«M»l at 2 p. in.
Ml MORI \l
l III R< II, Grc«haiii—P art «» h , Rev.
M. B. Parounagian.
Saavi« rs, Sun
day S«:hool, It) a. in.; Preaching at
1) a. m. and 8 p. in. every Sunday.
Prayer meeting, Thursday ♦•veiling«
at h o’clock. Everybody invit««i.
CHURCH, Sandy, Ore.—-Rev. Kerch-
told Durrer. Services will lie h«4d » hi
(Grange« are rripiestrd to s.'iid to The lleml'i
th<* first Sunday of oacb month nt Inhtmatlon
*o that a brief ««rd ran l>« run
lo:30 a. m.
fr. «■ mi.1.1 thia heading Send pi*' • , day nnd
hour of mrrtlliK)
“The Sower Went Forth To Sow"
He bought his seeds oi us because he found that he could get
them cheaply, and the quality is such that if they fall on good
ground some will yield 40, some 100 fold.
He is also buying his Hoes, Rakes, Poultry Netting,
Chick Food and in fact everything needed about the place of us
Follow Mis Example
T. R. Howitt
Groceries. Crockery, Hardware, Hour and feed