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BEAVER STATE HERALD
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Grow an Acre or More of Alfalfa
JGRESHAM, MULTNOMAH CO., OREGON, FRIDAY, MAY 6, 1910
Oregon Sale of Jerseys Average $242
Epworth Leaguers, Welcome
Gresham Council After Bull Run Water Gresham ball Team Scores Victory
Every farmer in thia section should
May 4th will be remembered by Ore The town and community o;>ens its
Several items have appeared in the
The Gresham baseball team scored
plan to sow an acre of alfalfa this gon stockmen as the most remarkable heart and its homes to welcome the city papers this week about the furnish another victory last Sunday in their
At least ode acre can be stock sale ever Leld in the state. H. , Epworth Leaguers of the Salem district. ing of water by the city system to the game with the Portland Blues. The
spared. Put it into good condition, West’s herd of pure bred Jerseys were We asked for this good Oregon spring town of Gresham. On inquiry it is score stood 17 to 7. Although this is
about like you would if you were going placed on the market at auction at weather for your benefit and nature found that Mayor Shattuck has been a poor score for a game the home team
to work for a record breaking crop of Scappoose and brought the total sum of smiles on your coining. We extend to down to see the water board and found played some ball. The field work was
potatoes. Don't expect returns on it $17050. Buyers from all over Oregon you all a hearty welcome and will try them verv favorable to tbe proposition. good and some very neat in-field plays
the first year. You may find a half and quite a number from Washington to make your stay a pleasant one.
When the new main is in it is esti were made. A few errors perhaps w“r«
The committees of the local League mated that the city will have enough the cause of the score piling up. Staple
crop as a result and you may make anil California were present to avail
nothing out of it. The reason for this themselves of the opportunity to secure have been very active perfecting ar water for 750,000 people. The city ton was tried out in this game and al
is well understood by all those who choice animals. The herd consisted of rangements. Miss Bradfield, president charter does not prohibit their con though this was his first game to pitch
have made any study of the culture of 70 head of pure bred Jerseys, many of of the Gresham chapter, with her as tracting with other municipalities for he shows some class and when he gets
tbe plant. It feeds fieely on atmos them directly imported from the Isle of sistants have had quite a task before the furnishing of water. Hence it ap his right work-out will keep the batters
pheric nitrogen, but this must come to Jersey. One bull, two years old, brought them in providing for the hundred del pears there is nothing in tbe way of a busy to find him.
it through its roots. A plant does not $1000. A heifer, a full sister to the bull egates but they have found practically bountiful supply of good water for the
Gresham has a strong team this year
breathe through its roots. At the roots that has headed the herd of B. C. Alt everyone ready and glad to provide ac town of Gresham, and it is hardly pos and the boys are practicing reguh-
of this plant the assistance of a minute man of Gresham, two years old, sold for commodations and anything needed to sible that Gresham will stand in its own which will add to their success.
microbe must be given by breathing in $705, the highest price ever paid for a the extent of their ability. The visitors way.
At the present time the city
Next Sunday afternoon on tbe home
this free nitrogen, converting it into cow in the state of Oregon. Several of will be entertained in the homeB for board has in hand the drawing of a con grounds the Gresham team have a game
plant food and thus provide for the tbe cows went to $500, and one bull sleeping and for breakfasts, and dinners tract which will be presented to the to play with the Montavilla Cubs. Tbe
large amount of valuable nutritive ele went at $500. B. C. Altman bought a and suppers will be served by the ladies Gresham council covering the entire visiting team is reported to be a strong
ments for which alfalfa is noted. Our fine bull calf, Eminent’s Carnation, j at the Grange hall today, Saturday and matter.
one and a close score is anticipated.
Two plans are under consideration.
soils are frequently entirely free from paying $200.
The meetings will lie held in the One is for the construction of a reser
these germs, and before these plants, or
Linnemann Memorial Methodist church voir by the town and which will be
clover, can be grown the soil must be
negotiations have l>oen
come inoculated with them. Some J. B. Jones and wife entertained Mrs.
tem. The second plan provides that under way for the purpose of oiling tbe
times this is accomplished naturally. Beacher Jones and sister, Berrie of Am program is as follows;
the Gresham system shall connect im Base Line road. This is badly needed
This maj’ be a slow process. It is being ity, and a brother Albert Jones of Hills
1:30 p. m. Praise Service.
mediately onto the pipe line and take owing to tbe general use of the road as
done artificially nowadays by sowing boro a few days last week.
2:00 Business Session.
chances of temporary closing down of an automobile thoroughfare.
soil from inoculated fields upon your
Nuten Hedin if Portland spent Sun
the line for repairs. If arrangements
field. Anyone having a successful field
The last tract of acreage in Montavilla
8:00 Addresses of Welcome — Mayor can be made so they may connect with and almost the last one this side of
will exchange a couple of hundreds of day with his parents.
Miss Blanch Retherford entertained Lewis Shattuck, for the city ; O. W. both pipes it will be fully as g >od as Portland is now being platted. This is
pounds of soil with you, give you a
Tarr, for the church. Response.
having a reservoir.
start, and thus put you in the way of her brother from Lents last Sunday.
the Smith tract, foriflerly known as the
8:30 Address, The Symetrical Life,
As to the construction, it would be Stuart tract, which adjoins Montavilla
succeeding on your own account.
Clifford Schneider of Portland spent
One other reason why alfalfa may not Sunday with his mother and attending by Dr. G. H. Patterson, of Willamette necessary for Gresham tj put in its own on the east and Terrace Park on the
mains as has been planned, and pay the west.
do well in this country is due to the the all-day-service at the church. Mr. University.
same rates as is done in the city. Tbe
large rainfall, which saturates the clay Schneider represented the Boyd Tea and
Children of the public schools are
8:30 a. m; Praise service.
town would also be requested to share making preparations for participation
soils, causing them to run together so Coffee company of Portland, furnished
9:00 Reports of Chapters.
in the expense borne by the city of in the Rose festival parades.
closely as to prevent the admission of the coffee and those who did not get a
9:15 Department Work.
Portland of interest on the water bonds
air into the soil. Thus the necessary cup missed a treat.
M. Olson last week sold his house in
10:30 Papers on various phases of in proportion to the valuation of prop-
soil bacteria would be starved out and
John Bickford of Kelso was a caller
Kinzel Park and moved across the street
as a result the alfalfa would do no good. in this vicinity Sunday.
to Goodhue Park where he intends to
2:00 Praise service.
to place Gresham’s share at about $600.
By keeping the soil well loosened the
The all-dav meeting was well attend-
erect a fine residence.
3:20 Various Topics.
If a contract can be obtained at these
life of the bacteria will be insured, the ed at tbe Baptist church last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Pillman have sold their
3:30 Business and election of officers. figures there is no reason why it should
soil will hold its moisture better, and The Pleasant Home Sunday school was
7:30 Consecration and praise Ber- not be accepted, everything else being confectionery business to Mr. Patter
any tendency of the soil to acidity will well represented and took part in the
In less than eighteen son who is fixing up the building con
be largely overcome. The application afternoon program. Mr. Calvin gave vice.
months we can be supplied with a siderably as well as erecting an addition
of lime to the soil will be found to be of a report of the Sunday convention held
11:00 a. m. Sermon bv Dr. Homan, bountiful supply of the best water in to it.
at Portland last week which was much
tbe country and at as reasonable a fig Tuesday evening tl\e Montavilla circle
For more definite inf irmation write enjoyed. Mr. Wolf gave a talk on president of Willamette University.
of Women of Woodcraft, with a num
3:00 Address, World Vision of Meth ure as can be desired.
for Bulletin No. 6 on Alfalfa in Western graded lessons, followed by Mrs. Ship-
ber of candidates for admission, went to
Oregon, Oregon Experiment Station, ley which was highly appreciated. The odist Youth, by Rev. J. T. Abbott.
take part in a joint initiation of tbe
3:30 Installation of officers, by Rev.
musical program by both Sunday schools
Rockwood Grange Dance, May 14 lodge in the W. O. W. hall.
There is every reason why the Ore was well rendered and an excellent James Moore, District Superintendent.
Another one of those popular dances
6:30 Devotional meeting, led by
gon farmer should be interested in this lunch was served by the ladies.
A. Shufflebarger has left recently
at Rockwood Grange hall will be given
subject. With the hog and cattle mar
accept a position in the drug busi
8:00 Temperance Rally, Address by Saturday evening, May 14. Popular ness in Montana.
ket hitting top notches, and the proba Mrs. M. Ball returned home last
Dr. O. K nodell.
bility that meat products will always be
usual Grange supper will attract the
It is with sorrow that we record this
in good demand, any movement that been visiting for tlie past six months
customary big attendance. Everybody week the death of D. N. Hooker, which
looks to cheap feed should be of instant
19 occursed at his home May 2. For many
value to tbe farmer. Alialfa,'grown in Messrs. Hutchins and Buss loaded a car State Grange Meeting Oregon City
years he has been a respected citizen of
favorable location, should afford pastur-
The Oregon state grange convenes at
Montavilla and leaves many warm
rge for a bunch of hogs about eight
Miss Anna Radford spent Sunday Oregon City May 10 and we expect
Never lead a colt at the end of a long
months in the year. At the close of the , with her sister, Mrs. Mase at Bull Run. quite a large attendance as thiB year strap. Men have been killed in that friends.
Postmaster Marshall is at present con
period the hogs may be shut up and
officers are to be elected, which is Wed way.—Farm Journal.
fined to 8t. Vincents hospital with an
fed for a month on mill feeds and turned
nesday. Lecturers’ conference Wed-
attack of inflamatory rheumatism.
Parlln & Orendorf Implements nesday evening. Thursday, confering Get a Peacock awl. See ad.
off at a big profit, at ten months old.
The Parlin and Orendorff Implements of the sixth degree to new members.
Roy LeGault has secured a position
and Buggies surpass the similar prod Friday, installation of the newly elected
Get a Peacock awl. See ad.
with the O. R. A N. Railway company.
ucts of other manufacturers. The im officers for the next two years. There
Mrs. Geo. Wheeler, who has been con
that will give you no danger handling,
plements, also buggies, are made of are three or four candidates for the no headaches, no thawing, see T. R. fined to her home with an attack of
Card of Thanks
picked materials, wood and steel parts office of state master, one of which is Howitt; be handles Trojan powder, (tf pneumonia, is fully recovered.
We wish to express our deep ap- and have an acknowleged supremacy of our present state lecturer J. J. Johnson
preciation of the assistance rendered hy others. The P. & O. Harrows, Superior who has filled the office admirably. He
friends and neighbors during the illness Wheel Disc Harrows, Common Diac is master of the Evening Star grange,
of our beloved wife, mother and sister Harrows, Plows, Cultivators, Superior whose membership is nearly 400. He
who was recently called from onr midst Potato Planters. Wagons, Buggies of all has been a farmer all his life until a few
years ago, when he entered bis present
by the hand of death. It has been a kinds, never fail to give satisfaction.
CALL AT HESSEL’S store at Gresh profession. Still he is a farmer at heart
great comfort to ns to feel tbe generous
sympathy and attention that has been am, Ore., for anything in the imple the same as one of the ablest state mas
given bv all our acquaintances, and we ment and buggy line, where you get ters, Judge Boise, was before him. He
wish to extend our thanks for the fav right treatment and prices. A satisfied has the pure grange spirit and is loyal
customer, always a customer.
tf1 ' to the grange, and if he should be for
ors so freely shown.
tunate enough to lie elected state master
E.F. ANDRE, ELYA ANDRE, MR.
Lots for sale in Cedarville, on easy ■ lie will fill tbe office to the best of bis
AND MRS J. CLINE, MRS. J. H. L.
MAYBEE, MRS. C. H. JACKSON, terms. H. W. Snasball. Pleasant View ’ ability.
GRANGE WORK IN OHIO.
Co-operative Buying Popular—Educa
tional Program Outlined.
The Ohio state grange held its meet
ing lu December, and It was a notable
success. Fifty-six granges bad been
organized or reorganized during the
year. Receipts for the year were
$11,060.40, and the total resources of
the state grange are $20.510.42. The
sixth degree was conferred upon a
class of 112 candidates. It was vot
ed to offer two scholarships to the
agricultural college next year, valued
at $65 each. Among the resolutions
adopted were the usual ones about par
cels post, postal savings banks, Unit
ed States senator, ship subsidy, puro
food law; also the following: Oppos
ing central bank scheme, opposing the
re-enactment of the Longworth law,
favoring placing of quail on the list
of song birds, favoring hunters- li
censes, favoring women's Institutes in
conjunction with the farmers' Insti
tutes, asking the attorney generili for
analysis of fertilizers and asking a
law to prohibit the sale of cigarettes
aud cigarette paper.
On tlu subject of education the
grange urges: First, schoolroom lu
■tructlon in home economics and ll g-
rlculture; second, enlargement of tbo
powers of school boards and free uni
form text books; third, making the
county the unit for school supervision,
with grouping of townships for the
same purpose, as suggested in the
school bill of State School Commission
er Zellers to be before the legislature
this winter; fourth, professional train
ing for teachers for especial service;
fifth, two more state normals with
provisions for this feature; sixth, an
Inheritance tax to be used for school
support: seventh, increased appropria
tion for developing the service of the
newly established O. 8. U. extension
school work in agriculture and domes
tic science; eighth, home economics
lecturers on farmers’ institute force;
ninth, home economics topies on ev
ery grange lecture progni me.
Tlie state grange will continue the
two scholarships and will make them
$05 each, to be applied on either short
or full agricultural or domestic sci
ence courses at O. S. U., as the winners
In co-operative buying It was stated
that about sixty tons of binder twine
W’ere purchased by 147 granges, pur
chasers saving $2.50 per hundred over
the average retail price, with a total
saving for the 147 granges of $3,000.
Forty-one granges purchased 088 tous
of fertilizers, costing $12,108.10.
State Lecturer Taber reported that
he bad traveled 0.700 miles the past
year In bls work, of which number
over it hundred miles were traveled on
foot. He organized thirteen subordi
nate granges and one Pomona.
"There are only two points in suc
"What are they?”
"Work aud keep other people from
worirrng >va. •
SALE ON BUGGIES
Rosetta Fidelia Andre
Rosetta Fidelia Andre died at her I
home in Cottrell, April 20, 1910, at the I
age of 40 years, three months and 27
Mrs. Andre was born on December
29, 1869, near Fairview, in Fulton coun
Ill. She moved with her parents to
After nearly five years of experience in the community with i ty,
Bull Run in the fall of 1871. She was
a loss of less than $25 in loans, and with resources amounting to married to E. F. Andre, June 30, 1889.
There were born to them four children,
of which three are living, Mrs. Andre
leaves a husband, three children, a
father and mother, two sisters and a
brother. A host of friends also mourn
her lose. She was converted during her
Made up and based on conservative Real Estate Values in last illness. She was alio a member of
this community we solicit your Banking Business and assure a the Women of Woodcraft, and was a
faithful and enthusiastic worker.
FA CT S
High Grade Buggies at Low Prices
$95 Henney Buggies at $77.50
Low prices on Hacks and Spring Wagons.
Also Guaranteed Buggies with Leather
trimming, fine leather quarter tops, in
red or black
Cut Prices on Farm Wagons
$40 Team Hamess
$45 Team Hamess
$18 Single Buggy Hamess
A Bargain is quality and price in the goods you want to buy—not old 2nd
hand goods. See us and save your money
Here is tbe most approved method of
treating seed potatoes to prevent a:
scabby crop: Suak tbe whole seed fori
! two hoars in a mixture of one-half pint i
! of formalin (often called formaldehyde)
and 15 gallons of water; dry tbe seed,
I i cut and plant in ground where potatoes
j have not been recently grown.—Farm
C. L. Boss & Co
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320 - 328
EAST MORRISON STREET