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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 20, 1911)
| of other countries for which statistic*
Medicine» that aid nature are alwavs
are available, lias increased 50 per cent moat cffectual l'hamlH'rlain's t'aiugli
The grange was compelled to post
in tlie last decade and alrout doubled in Remedy acts on Ibis pian. Il aliava
pone the measuring party last Satur ay
fifteen year» In our own case the con thè coligli, relieve» thè lunga, opvna thè
on account of l>ad weather. The roads
sumption lias shown a rapid growth, aeeretiona and aids nature in rostorillg
are blocked with snow, and transporta
Freight trouble* due to high water is
tlie per capita consumption having thè System to a healthy coixlitxm
tion is » »mewhat delayed.
probably the cause of the Heralds
been, in 1880, 4o pounds; in 1899, M Thousands bave teatitied to ita su |H»rit»r
A large force of men turned out the
Coming out in a single sheet this week.
(rounds; in 1900, 59 pounds; mid in exeellenee. Sold by all dealer«
Our other pa.es had not come by time other day, in res;»on»e to a call, to help 1910, approximately 8ll4 pounds.
of going to press We will have to ask ! improve our cemetery. Before evening
What is the cost of this enormous
the new wir • fence was put up and
our reader's consideration this time
quantity of sugar consumed in the
Notice Io Creditors
Fl»R HALE — Eighty acre« of tine,
Celebrateli Nemo Corsets
other work done. At noon Mrs. I.. I
Tint I’ vbi ISHKR.
United States! This is more difficult
hereby given that the un well laying laud, 2% mile« from Handy.
Kincaid and Mnr. Chamlierlain put in
The valuation of that dersigned lias been appointed adminis 15 acres in g<s«l limber; good water,
Prof. C. C. Baker write« fro u Athena, an appearance, and to the joy of the to answer.
eight acres in cultivation. $3211». In- j
Oregon that he is obliged to give up bi* men, dinner and hot coffee was served. brought from foreign countries and our trator of the estate of Lvdia J. Callwell, quire of l'. W. Cassidy, Sandy, On', tf
work temporarily owing to the illness Mrs. Kincaid and Mrs. Cliarntwrlain islands is set down at alrout $175,000,• deceased, by the county court of the
LOST—I Black Pone and I Bay, wiie
of his wife. They will be found at deserves thanks from every body for 000 in 1910, and the stated value of state of Oregon, for Multnomah county,
cut on bind leg and blase in face.
their effort in getting this work done.
approximately $75,000.000 though t' is claim« against said estate are hereby 1'leiise notify us and reward will la- ‘
paid (or same. W. E. Wilson, Boring, |
Mrs. C. Elligeof Portland spent a few comparatively high figure when consid
notified to present the Mine to me at t»re.
Don't forget the mysterious supper days on the ranch last week
ered by the price per pound, is due to 314 S,raiding building, Portland, Ore
WANTED— Boys mav be had and 1
Several of the farmers have been the fact that the valuation is Iraaetl gon. duly verified, within six month«
I. O. O. F. Thursday evening. Jan. 26.
The older ones at i
upon the refined article, while that of from the date hereof.
enjoying sleigh riding here.
^ordinary wages and .itlmr« to !>«• i
The annual telephone meeting was
schooled and cared for in return for
Ixiuis Benfield, who is employed on the sugar from abroad is the value of
First publication Jan. 14, 1911.
held January 1», 1911. Two directors
! -light service* rendervi. For particu
the fire boat in Portland, was home a the unrvtined article in the country of
HUGH M. CALI.WEI.I.,
lars address W I Gardner, superin
being elected. E. 8. Jeune was re
short time with his mother, Mrs. L. production. If. however, we accept a
elected and W. A Proctor was the new
general average of five cents per pound
■ Benfield, last week.
I < rrshaill
I Oregon, Portland. Ore.
director. The directors holding over
as the retail price (raid by our people JOHNSON A VAN ZANTE.
are H. W. Snashall, Theo Brugger,
Ft »R SA I F. — A 7xt> donkey engine, in
for the seven and one-third billion
John Sleret, C. Cleveland. A. B. Con list, is improving.
g «si shat«*.
Bornstedt A Rm-gg,
pounds of sugar consumed by them in
The annual meeting of the Columbia 1910, we should get a total of $386,000,-
rad, C. R. Keller, A. Dowsett.
Bargain offer ; Ihdineator. Pearsons,
Ben Colman and family have moved
000, or an average of approximately
Herald, $3..W for $2.25 Subscribe now.
to Banks, Oregon, where his father, 3. The results of last year was very- fl.lMtO.OOO a day paid for sugar by the
J. O. Coleman, is locate I.
people A the United States.
The old board was re-elected.
Clubbing offers : Herald and Oregon
The local postotfice has received
for one year fl.
A scientific study of the living prob
notice from the postmaster general that
at Death's Door.
Suqar Consumption In the U. S.
beginning February 1st the rates on
foreign money orders will be in -reased.
For '.’5 iihiiiv » of |>er«<iii«
The people of the United State con ed at the university, as the result of
The door of death seemed ready to
■ad the Heard, we will
This affects only money orders issued sume half their own weight in sugar which, in the future the cost of living o|H'ii for Murray W. Avers, of Transit
epair of sbrani
on international forms, The fees for every year. This may seem a startling for individuals and grou|>s will la* re Bridge, N. Y., when his life was won-
esentativi* of fauiilli'H i
domestic money orders remain un- statement, but if we take the quantity
derfully saved, "l was in a dreadful
changed. Large amounts of money are of sugar produced in the United States reduction will mean a drop of from '.*o condition,” he writes, “my skin wss
sent away bv foreigners living in this and add to this the quantity brought to 40 per cent under the present cost, almost yellow. eyes sunken, tongue
.««*e<| Burbank otatov»
Acting upon the figures and data coated, ematiated from losing 10 pound«
country. It is no more than right that from our own islands and the quantity
they should pay a generous fee for the imported from foreign countries, and
and growing weaker every day. Viru
estuim Route 3.
subtract therefrom the amount export working out tl e problem to practical lent liver trouble was pulling me down
tine fresh Jer-
results, so that in the spring they can to death in spite of doctors. Then tha'
Guy Fieldhouse has been very ill, but ed, we get a grand total of considerably
inothy hay in
make the definite announcement that matchless medicine, Electric Bitters,
is reported better.
the total expense at the university for curd me 1 regained the 40 punxl» ?*¿rt*<i by
Mr, and Mrs. Lewis Shattuck left I sumed in the country ; and by dividing one year may safely t>e kept within
lost ami now ant well and strong.'' For phone l.Vs,
| the population into this grand total, we
Tuesday evening for California.
get an average of 81S pounds per $200. This will allow' as a minimum all stomach, liver and kidney troubles
Rev. W. J. Johnston will hold quar-
capita, speaking in round terms, for III*» for ls>ard and room for forty they are supreme. 50c at all druggists
terly meetings at the Free Methodist 1910, and about a like quantity for weeks of the school year. An economi
church beginning January- loth and
When given as soon an the croupy
1909. It is Dot assumed, of course, cal student should easily keep his in
e mile from
continuing over Sunday,
Everybody that each person necessarily consumes cidental and |>eraonal expenses within cough appears, Chamla-rlnin'« Cough
Remedy will ward off an attack of croup
sugar equal to one-half his individual the limit of the other $100.
land $115 | h -
Ttie plans necessary for the complete and prevent all danger and cause of
A new real estate office has been weight; but taking the total consump
opened in Gresham by Carroll 8. Smith, tion and comparing it with the total solution of the living problem invoice anxiety Thousand« of mothers use it
recently of Hood River. Mr. Smith has population in the section known as the remodeling of the dormitory by the successfully. Sold by all dealers.
FOR SALE—Nice lot of working
In Carlton Bld| Mun St. Grtihio
associates in several eastern state* and continental United States, the average university and the building of a cold
horse* weighing from 130" tn 17i>> II«.
for «ale at the Firwi««! Lumtier Co ,
the firm is known as the Smith Land yearly consumption of sugar is found to storage plant; and possibly within a
FOR SALE—Canary birds.
vear or so the building by private per John Palmquist, Gresham. Phone 326
Mr. Smith will use the be about M S pounds per capita.
A Wretihcd Mistake
methods here in developing fruit and
In fact, the people of the United
to endure the itching, painful dialrtiM
orchard lands which have proven so States are larger consumers of sugar to small groups of six or eight students;
FOR SALE—Twenty acres very liest
successful in Hood River.
per capita than those of any other then, the establishment in the dormi
FOR SALE—G<«>d «urrey cheap. I» of pile« There'* no need to.
2tf I suffered much front piles,” writes
country of the world except England, tory of the cafeteria for the use of all fruit land on Mt. flood electric survey, c . Ro»» Grenhain, Ore.
Will A. Marsh, of Siler City, N. C , till
for which the latest figures show a con the students in the university, who will l-ays level. Will stami investigation.
F< »R SA I.E—Cordwood, all kind», de
livered—fl and $5. Pnonv 3o5. C. K. I got a l«»x of Bucklcn's trniea Salve,
Mrs. Ben Hart of Dover is spending sumption averaging 8<i pounds per
The erection of the cold storage plant
and was soon cured.” Burns, boil*,
Kido. Phone 305
a few days with her parents, Mr. and
ulcers, fever sores, eczema, cuts, ehap
pounds per capita. The next largest
Mrs. J. T. Friel, senior.
ped bands, chilblains, vanish Itefore it.
per capita consumption is in Denmark, cost of food.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Murray of Sandy
As a further means of putting tlie Beaver State Herald and other papers
25c at all druggists.
77?4 i«junds; followed by .Switzerland.
spent Saturday and Sunday in Cherry
The price of The Herald alone i« *1
t>4 pounds;~ Sweden, 51 pounds; and university within the reach of al),
a year, but to those who Would like the
Germany and Holland, each about 43l2
Forty-one persons were present at
alumni of the university to raise at advantage of a clubbing rate w ith other
a fund of $25,001 to be available paper« we offer the following low
a coasting and taffy pull party at Cher
^Not only is the United States the for loans to needy students. Students price»:
ryville school Saturday evening.
KimrmLrr thrw art thr lowrvt Ratrv
second largest sugar consumer per will have access to this fund in the
Clair Corey was in Portland last c<pita, but the total amount consumed sums of $1<O, for four successive years, “ t he Herald’’ in combination w ith any
the amount borrowed to be paid bark
of the following:
I annually is much greater than that of as s<K»n as the student has Is-gun to
L. J. Rannev and wife will leave for any other country, aggregating, as earn money for himself. The per EVEMMi TEI K oi :
WEEKLY o KE oo .M a S
Portland in a few days. They will be above indicated, more than seven bil manency of the fmxi is assured since IlAII.Y
lion pounds [>er annum, against about already some prominent men in the l»'l. 1 «t 1 HI Ml A Y < IKK'.< IMAN a. ini
gone about six weeks.
: • o
state have signified their willingness to «EMI W 1- EKI.Y Jlit'HN Al.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Allen and family four billion pounds in England anil guarantee ttie fund against lo-e The HAII.Y J<H KNAI.
, 1 ■
IlAII.Y *n.| HI .Mu Y UilKNAI.
spent Sunday visiting Glen McIntyre alxiut three billion pounds in Germany. probability of the need of tin« precau l-Ai'IEIi- MONTHLY
1 2 •
Of the sugar brought from other tion. however, is remote, for in the l-A'TEK HOMKHI E. All
and family at Salmon.
PAI 1 EX EAU ME It
countries, nearly all is made from cane.
1-0' I TRY loi RNAI. (mi.ntlib )
Rev. Wm. Runyan met with rather a
been no attempt on the part of bene- ORE'.ON A'.RI' CLTI KI h T
FARM JoCRNAI.. 2 yr» «ici IL.r»
severe accident last week. As be was While about half of the world’s sugar is ciary students to escape repayment.
made from beets, most of it is pro
splitting kindling wood, the ax slipped
M<< ALL’S MAI.AZINE (L«.|l.-. )
duced in Europe and consumed in the
and cut hie finger to the bone.
This price I n for <lelivcry bjr mail only and
A Wild Blizzard Raging
only when remittance 1« made M itti O rder
country of production or in other par.e
Mrs. Wm. Allen sprained her ankle
Papera mav t»e N»-iit to Ni-jH-rate n<l< Irene». Hub-
of that grand division, while most of brings dai.g-r, suffering—often death— «criptionN may begin at any time
the other evening while coasting.
to thousand«, w ho take colds, coughs
Geo. Flynn sprained his ankle while the world outside of Europe obtains its
cutting nlmigle bolts a few days ago. sugar supply from caue, grown ol ami la grippe—that terror of winter
Zenith Tools are all even tempered and will
Its danger signal« are
course, in the tropical and subtropical and spring.
J. T. Friel, Jr., went to Kelso last
please you every time
sections. Of the cane sugar which we “stuffed up’’ nostrils, lower part of
week after feed.
consume, most of that coming from for in« sore, chills and fever, pain in l>acl 1
Jas. T. Botkins has returned from
P irtla> <L His father, Dr. Botkins, who eign countries is drawn fiom Cuua, the of head, and a throat-gripping cough
Till: <»1.1» RELIABLE
has recently recovered from a severe Dutch East Indies, and smaller amounts When Grip aitacks, a« you vain le your
illness, is expected to arrive in Cherry from the West Indies. Mexico, Central life, don’t delay getting Dr. King’»
ville in a few days.
“One »Hittie cured
and South America. All of that corn New Discovery.
Vincent Friel of Bull Run spent Sun ing from our own islands—Porto Rico me,” write« A. L Dunn, of Pine
day in Cherryville.
[ Hawaii and the Philippines—is cane Valley, Mi»«., “alter being 'laid up'
Main and Second Sts.
Mi«« Dorothy C-ouper, w ho has been I ’»uga , while of the domestic product three weeks with grip, For sore lungs,
laid up with the fever for the last few
I al«>Ut 40 per cent is produced I rum hemorrhage«, coughs, colil«, whooping
days, is now slowly recovering.
1 cane. The l«et sugar of the United cough, bronchitis asthma, it is supreme.
i State« is grown ciiietiy in Colorado, 50c, $1.00. Guaranteed bv all drug
Musicale and Supper
Calilornia and Michigan, and Hume in gist«
Muaicale and mystery «upper tn Utah, Idaho and Wisconsin; while most
I O. <». F. hall. January 28, for the of the cane sugar is produced in Louisi
Re- ana, with smaller quantities in Texas,
benefit of the basket ball girls,
freshinents only 25 and 30 cents, En- Fiorina, Georgia ano South Carolina.
BAPTIST CHURCH —Rev. Ford M
Girls teams will
The sugar “habit” is evidently a
Sanitary Plumbing and
play Camas team, January 27, in Metz growing one with the people of the
School !<» a. m. Preaching II a. in.
arxi 7 :30 p in., lach Sundav.
Cnited States and probably with those
FREE METHODIST C H U R C II —
Rev. J. M. H oppcr , pastor. Services,
Sunday-School, JO a in.; Preaching
RHONE 503. GRESHAM, OREGON
every Sunday at II a rn. and 8 p. ni.
Prayer meeting, Thursday evening at
8 o’clock. All welcomed.
ZION’S EVANGELICAL CHURCH,
Gresham—Rev. F. H Freund, pastor.
S ervo ns (German) 11 a. tn., ejvety
Sunday morning. Sundav school at
10 a. in. Saturday school at 2 p. m.
J. Elkington, Pres. J no. Sleret, Vice Pres. Emil G. Kardell, Cashier
LINNEMANN MEMORIAL M. E.
CHURCH. Gresham—P astor , Rev.
J. F. Dunlop.
S ervice », Sunday
School, 9:45 a. m.; Preaching at
I] a. rn. and 7:30 p. m.,
League d votional, 6:30, every Sun
Prayer meeting, Thursday If not, we'll cure it, and then you’ll
veiling* at 7:30 p. in. Everybody wonder why you dhi’nt think of us
All our work guaranteed,
CATHOLIC slipshod job
leaves our shop.
CHURCH, Sandy, Ore.—Rev. Berch-
Foreign Exchange Bought and Sold
skilled and conscientious,
told Durrer. Services will lie held on ■Turkmen
You’ll not grumble at the prices,
Interest Paid on Time Deposits
the first Sunday of each month at
10:30 a. m.
FAIRVIEW M. E. CHURCH—Rev. J
O. Coleman, pastor. Se vices, Sun
day School at 10 a m., preaching 2d
and 4th Sundaj-a at 11 a. m. and 7 : to
Notary Public and Conveyancing
ROCKWOOD M. E.CHURCH—Rev J
O. Coleman, pastor. Sunday school PORTLAND,
every Sunday at 10 a. m.
(Near Pap’» Restaurant)
at 11 a. tn. and 7:30 p. m.
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS • :
J. J. WO DA EOF
HERALD BARGAIN OFFERS
Orc ha rd ist
EVERYTHING YOU WANT FOR SPRING WORK
C. L. CRENSHAW
BANK OF GRESHAM
E. E. Marshall
Mitchell, Lewis & Staver
UU lò keep time :
LUCKEY & HAMILTON
Genera! Banking Business
Fire Insurance Written
We are open for business at
Fleming1 & rhompson’s Livery
Fred D. Flora
HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTY, $1.00 ANO UP