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BEAVER STATE HERALD
GRBSMAM, MULTNOMAH CO., OREGON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 19, 1910.
Subscription, $1W a Year.
NOW AT WORK
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IHrtd ut Lin home on tin» Section Liu«
r«»ad Augu«l tbs Wth. II«) WAN lioril ill
IHII iu heumark and WM-« married in
I Mid to
Christine Neilson. Three
I < hildr«*n
their union, two MMo'
mid one daughter. th«* latter dying »mie
vent h Hiijrv . <>•»«♦ non, l*«*(«*r, r«*»uh*M in
\Vin<*<)tiNÌn and th« other, \riton, with
svlioin <|f*«'i*MH4<l imide bin home, renide«
. n U m road. Mr H»n
. driikson carni- to Oregon front Wiscon-
in five yeari ago and had lived in
gins with a v
wnk ah poeMibL 4<>he
reason Ix-gin ! I »•
riving .»•*’« r »an II
uti<l I I m * r v afd 1»
carload« ( pip»*» -.}• -t
plac«- There ace n
joints in the ynid an
tUMM) imvi« l*M*h battled
to t •’ standpipe near l<- to|
L av i
hill. < >idy a few joint have
borb .. i.
NcrnkM (hi* Sandy rivnr
h«rings mid ! largo a lleudan« u at t
Near Lusted« the sU
furierà tritili«*«! to the bigi: e*t«M*m m
.quite a force of iipti , 1 i
«b*K4*rvil>)( r«H|M»<*t iti whirl] dccca»
ant the <iil«*h, ami u
h« Id by all vim knew bim. I
ifrady to lM«gm uork
burial wm in i>r«*whani cemetery a
A long the level atrvh
tiie iMTVD t wuh conducted by lu*v. b<-<
ixdow I. iih (<‘<I m gra«b* t
of tlw l*am»,i Lutheran chore b of l‘oi
dug and pipe I" l**Hig
Tli«* ««»ntra« tors have »Crack «piitr a
barriet at th«’ >iiitdy riviv. Il was
found tl’at th«* < Wnty hr «Ig* wa* too
Hurt in fall at Straus Mill
weak 4<> allow th«* heavy loudH.jf pi|M* to i Sandy. Oregon, Aug. 19 special,—
L«’ haujcl across, and the hri«!g<’ Is I k • J. Broadwell, while «»jM-rating the «dab
lug Urac«* I t«> aitlistan«i the heavy strain «•utter wt Strain» I. iiiii I ht <’<»mpai»y t
of teams aiul autos i he pip»’« will be i hum mill I huradiiy morning. flipped ami
«•«Hivryed jicrosw 0*1« tramway construct. fell ir<m> th«* platform, a distance of
»•«I on I hr pipeline bridge, and by th«* ’ atajut Id f«*«*t, injuring himself aeverely.
same m«,ans on up the steep hill. i*rom He wa taken to the hospital in Port*
is ««•veil mih’H up to th«* land where be in now being cared for.
Ibout three miles of the i
ditch has been lug along this distance i
and th«« Italian conlraclorw, who have |
this pari of th« job. hop * to have th«* ' Mrs. I Ji M rar an<l son Tod has gone to
i-KHvalion tlnishad for th«« whole dis seaside to s|M*nd a couple weeks with
tance ladore winter. It is a big task < the former’s sister, Mrs. Nelson
but many men with t«*nuiM mi l picks
Chas. Benedict and wife and niece,
and shovels sra making rapid h«*adwny.
Maisie are »(lending a few weeks at the
Good us« is In'ing mad«* of dynamite t«> I
l««os«*n th«« soil.
J. H. Hoss went through last Satur- ' Fred llitzinger and wife were out from
«lay tn tlir headworks taking up a loa-l | Portland Huuday to visit the former s
uf sliinglr, lor the I’urtlan-i Water parents
Louie and Frank IHdenberg returned
Board lie says it will bn n very diffi
cult haul from the Handy river to the Sunday from a trip to the mountains
headworks. As it takes nlaiut 1*0 pipes
Mrs. Matt Pfister has been ill since
to a mile it will be seen that it will l>e her return from a visit to her mother in
quite a tank to distribute the pipe along Linn county.
this part of the thirty mile ditch.
The young men of the neighborb-Msl
The log Case traction engine is the gave a hard times dance Saturday even
only engine now handling pip«- 1» ing.
makes two tripa, running night ami -lav.
Mrs. Inman and two other ladies came
liesi-les the many four house teams, the out from Porthind Sunday evening and
two auto trucks are making an average spoke at the church on the proposed
of about five tri|m each in the twenty- prohibition amendment to the State
four hours, Two other trucks have Constitution. They warned the voters
arived and are Iwing fitted out to haul to look out for the Home Rule Amend
pi|M>, tile, rivets or other material.
ment, which will Is* numbered 32!» on
the bal ot. It looks like a tempranee
measure but it is not. In fact it is ad-
Basket Social. Church Benelli
A basket social will la* given at the viM-ated by the liquor interests.
The alumni of the Gilbert school held
home <d Mrs S. S. Thompson, Friday
evening. Aug. 26. Interestii g program their re-union August 16.
of song* an l recitations
Mr. and Mrs. Pike are at Seaside this
quested to bring baskets. Everybody week.
Bids ar wanted for nine cords of
go <1 wood, bidder to s]ie< ifv quality.
Bids received till August 30. E. fi.
Wei Ing, Clerk, Dial. H, Troubla e. ¡31
Multnomah Grange, Orient, will give
a dunce, Saturday evening, Aug. 20.
Richards' orchestra will furnish the
mu-ic. Supper will l>e served. Popu
lar pri es.
The Measure of Achievement
is not the size of one’s income. That may be only
the measure of one’s extravagance. The real
Measure of Achievement is the DIFFERENCE
between your income and your outgo. A SINGLE
DOLLAR by itself seems a trifle, yet it is the col
lective effect of many single dollars SPENT that
holds so many men down to the dead level of
mediocrity, and the collective power of many single
dollars SAVED that is lifting others to SUCCESS
The man who despises a single dollar seldom commands a
Have you an account at this bank?
Are you doing that which is best for yourself and fellow men
and the community in which you live?
Isn’t it a fact that an account at this bank would benefit you?
GRESHAM, OE? El.
FOREST FIRE IN THE BLAZE
Sweeps territory Near to Mrs. J. Straus is Severely
List of Prizes to Be Awarded—
Make Notable Day.
1500 CORDS OF WOOD BURNED FATAL RESULTS ARE FEARED
Burned Bodv and
Forest fit* started Wednesday about
four miles fi in Gresham and before it
could b<- turned nt its course ha 1 con
sumed lo'ii cords of w->-sl an<l many
thousands of dollars worth of timber.
The lire started up suddenly and came
from the direction of the Bahl farm
near Anderson station. It soon
rounded the heighlioritood of Wm.
derson tin- l.undaens, o. Andrews
several Jajtanese so-sl contractors,
terrified farnu-ra took immediate a
for the salvation ot tneir property and
is a short time fully 2H<> men were on
the scene mid set to work to put a dainti
er on ttie tirv furnace. As stiff lireese
was blowing and fanning the flames the
tire traveled with the rapidity of a race
home and in a short space of time it
seemed the whole country was on fire.
The tire fighters worked tirelessly to
save the endangered pro|>erty but the
large pile« ot cordwood owned by Geo.
K unitake, a Japanese was ablaze and
despite the efforts of the rescue partv
was reduced to ash-s. Many rials of
fence on the Lundeen farm was burned,
but the nearby building- were saved.
The tire still burned fiercely and the
tire fighters worked Wednesday night,
having the lire practically under con
trol yesterday morning.
A large fire is burning in the woods
near O. Andrews’ place, lituated on the
butte near Anderson and yesterday it
was feared this property might also be
the scene of a conflagration.
Boring, August Hi—Special—Mrs, J.
Straus was severely burned yesterday
while ten-ling clearing the- al her home
There wi re several piles of log« burn
ing on a clearing near their buildings
and Mis. >traus wa- guarding the tires
to keep them from spreading. In -onie
mysterious way her clothes caught tire
and soon she was enveloped in flame.
She was badly burned about the head
and hands and is in a very critical con
dition. Mrs. Straus is the wife of John
Straus, a well known sawmill man of
Doc Hite's barn was burned to the
ground Thursday night, having caught
tire from slashings in the neighborhood.
The barn was located about three tulles
east of Boring. The barn was worth
about $li«»l and container! some bay.
It was a total loss
FIRE NOW BEYOND
Ijite advices from the forest tire are
to the effect that the tire which was
practically under control, has broken
out anew and is worse than ever. It
is traveling south from Andersons and
all the farmers in that section ate great
ly in danger ami are all out fighting the
flames Aid may lie asked from the
, Grange it was deci led t, have a grand
harvest pi nic and grange fair on the
274-1 <»f S-ptember. It is planned to offer
ab ut -50 in cash prises. The Mt. H-xxl
Fruit Growers Associ<ti on has planned
to offer 4 5 on fruit prizes
It is hoped
that all people of the locality will help
to make t he undertaking a big snceeis«.
It is handy’s tir«t attempt to do any-
! thing oi this sort, but the Sandy people
have a lot of pluck and they have the
ideas that put into form and applied
will make it the lies’ thing tha» section
has ever seen. Good speakers have
lieen secured for the program. There
will be singing and instrumental music,
-lancing dav and night, and everybody
is exjiecte-1 to find something to interest
Entrance of exhibits and a-lrni--ion to
tt.e hali will be free. Everyone is
aske-l to display their products. Races,
sparring matches, competitive games,
shooting, fun makers, clowns and all
sorts of amusements will be provided,
so that not one -lull moment will be
necessary during the-lay.
Everybody is invited to come and
bring the entire family, their best girls,
friends and acquaintances.
The following list of prizes should
bring out a good display of the local
products and The Herald knows that
the Sandy country can produce as well
as any section of the country.
Vegetable, and Howers, 1st »3, 2d $2.
Natural resource,, 1st $3, 2d $2.
Best exhibition by children, let $3, 2d
Best exhibition by ladies, 1st $3, 2d |2.
Best exhibition by school, 1st $3, 2d $2.
Biggest apple, *1.25.
Biggest potato. $1.25.
Best packed box apples, special, $3.
Best pecked box pears, $2.
Special prize of $2.50 for best display
put up by business man.
Other prizes will be given.
The exhibits will be taken to the
Grange Fair at Gresham and compete
for the grange prizes there.
A. C. Thomas is president of the
association, E. F. Bruns, secretary.
F. E. McG -gin, Joe Alber an-1 James
De.Shazer are prominent promoters of
Biq Circus at Portland
The Barnum A Bailey Show will lie
seen in Portland, Thursday and Friday.
August 25-28. This is the beet news of
the day to those who are fond of the
circus form of amusement. For fifty-
five years this has been the leading
show of the world. This y-ar it comes
forth with an entire new equipment
which co-t the managment $3 500,000.
Tha main performance is given in
three rings, on two stage*, on an im-
mense Roman race traa'k and in the
In the men gerie is found the moat
remarkable zo logical exb.bit ever seen
outside of the interior of the African
jungle. It is Bubiuo, the first and only
baby giraffe ever born or exhibited in
On the list of performers are the
nam s of 400 of the world’s most tal-
ented performers, The new parade is a
marvel of interest It is • panorama of
a thousand wonders, There are three
miles of it. Tli'- is inc greatest clreuu
ever organized and everyone should see
(.rains and grasses, 1st $3, 2d >2.
Best display of fruits, let $3, 2-1 $2.
Best display of dairy product, let $3,
Weekly Oregonian and Herald $2.00
Great Buggy Bargains
Oreqon Stale fair Will Attract
The machinery exhibit at the < tregon
State Fair to la- held in Salem, Septem-
la-r 12-17, will be the laigest ever dis
played in the history of that inst tution.
Almost every inch of the large exhibit
hall has been engaged by firms manu
facturing or representing every known
mechanical device for the use of the
use of the farmer.
Everything from a pruning kuife to a
new home (sirtable dryer for the fruit
man; from a hand rake to machine
laiwerr from hand pump to compressed
air system for the large and small farm
er, will be on display; also the stock-
man and |aiultryman will la* interested
in new devices for bis industry.
Bid- will be received for the grading
of First and Second Streets in the Town
of Fairview, Oregon. A certified check
of ten per cent, must accompany all
bids. Bids to be opened the 22d day of
August. The council reserves the right
to reject any or all bids. Estimates can
be seen by calling on the Recorder.
II. A. DIM MOCK,
Recorder, Town of Fairview .
Mr. Hay» of Pay ton, Wash., WM
buried Monday. He was a »on-in*law
of Pick Radford. His wife «lied about
six months ago, after alx>ul two months
of married life.
Alice Stevens has a position with the
Western Union in Portland.
Geo. Carpenter has contracted to
huil i I.. Milker’s house.
P. Anderson is slashing and burning
on his 20*acre farm prior to building.
Mrs. P. P. Jack i- suffering with a
The Gresham Meat company will take
your farm produce al latest market
WEST SECTION LINE
Wm. Nagle sustained a bad kick from
one of bis horses lately making a break
in his ueefuilness in this busy time of
Master Freddie Ralier of Portlind is
a guest at Arnspiger Lodge for o few
Threshing has lx*en the rage in our
neighborhood this week. Messrs. Jones
and Stanley have l>een doing the work
for the farmers.
Guaranteed Buggies, with Leather quarter tops,
fine Leather trimmings.
Buggy, sells everywhere for $80.
Garnet McCartney, while driving on
the Base Line road was run into by an
automobile which made a century run
for parts unknown. Young McCartney
escaped injury, though the buggy was
demolished, the harness stripped from
the horse but not injuring the animal.
The wrecking machine went off so fast
that the number could not be taken.
Some time ago Mr. Wilbur of the
Base Line road was thro mi from his
wagon by one of those “death dealing' ■
machines and has lieen laid up ever
since with an injured back
Sunday lietween 12 and I o’clock,
while returning from church, a wagon
containing n arlv the entire family of ■
the Dollowvich s was run iuto from the I
reir by a car containing one man and -
live women. Most miraculously none I
of the family were injured but the horse I
is badly hurt and may have to lie shot
to end its sufferings. The wheels and ,
thills of the wagon were beut ami brok- I
en and gave the family a shock long to
la- remembered. The car was number 1
13Oi> and was driven by a Dr. Cummings
of Portland. The car ran through the
wire fence on the public place and shat
ter d the glass front to the auto. The
matter has not yet been settled. Several
reliable witnesses saw the accident and
can prove that the wagon was on the
right side of the road.
If wanted with full inch Goodyear Rubber Tires, they cost $18 more.
Delivery and Farm Wagons
Harness put on the Bargain List
$4 to $5 SAVED O.V A SINGLE HUGGY HARNESS
$50 Team Harness at only
$35 Double Driving Hamess at only
C. L. Boss & Co.
[Moline Plow Co. Building]
320*328 EAST MORRISON ST.