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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (March 10, 1911)
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GRESHAM, MULTNOMAH CO., OREGON, FRIDAY, MARCH IO, 1911
Wi I Hocklnx n is making many im
Dr. A. Thompson has had the apple Ml. Scott Bank of Lents Goes Under GRESHAM OUTLOOK NEW VENTURE
provements,in his livery stables
trees cut dow n on his property adjoin-
The people of fs-nts were considerably i
Howitt's and intends to build a shaken up last Saturday evening by the Semi-Weekly Paper Launched to Sup-
Mrs. W. H. Congdon has returned
from Pendleton, where she has l>een K»r*K** there at once,
closing of the Mt. Hcott bank at that
ply City’s “Inqrowing” Needs.
I Archie McNeil of Portland, recently place. Several things that had occurred
Bet lloaa lias l*en having a hard [from the east, has rented W. K. John- within tin* last few day* previous that
H L. St. Clair and E. S. Smith, >>oth
St niggle recently to keep out of t), J son's place west of town and will move had kept people guessing. Extra men were
former e nployva of the Herald, “re
hospital, 1 .»grippe ami overwork are his family onto the place at once. Mr. on hand looking over tlie accounts and sponded to the popular demand for a
the real cau»e».
1 iU,<* Mrs. Johnson will move to Port- tlien*'seemeii to lx- a slowneaa in cashing wide-awake local new»|>aper” by issuing
checks. By Satnolay morning things the first number of the (ireaham Out-
Geo. Faria has accepted a position as l
timekeeper on the Mt. Hood line at j Free Methodist Junior Missionary so- looke.1 seriomi and by the middle of tlie
on Friday last. The former gen-
Salient Points Regarding Swastika Soda Crackers
Luzlciix. George has been with the cie*y lnet laht Saturday afternoon at affernoon the bank officials finally ad- Hernan will pilot the craft as editor
the church. After the business meet i milled that the bank would close its and Mr. Smith will look after the ad
They are put up in convenient form.
pipe line surveyor» for the pant year.
ing time was taken up by a program, i «loon*. The date bank examiner took vertising management.
The tins are air-tight, the crackers are crisp and dry.
society will meet the first Saturday i j charge ami since that time ttie officials I The paper is a six-column folio, just
block to be erected by Arthur Dowsett
. have liar! nothing to do with the matter. | half the size of the Herald, and will ap
The tins are free. They can be used for keeping cake,
will house a new hotel and th «t W. II. in every month.
' ■ A meeting of «lepositors wa« called Sun pear on Tuesdays and Fridays as long
Congdon w ill have charge of it.
doughnuts, etc., in nice shape.
day. About fifty were present. It was as the boys are willing and the sub
O. O. (lone of Portland, who bought
ttiat they would ask for a re- scribers and and advertisers are lis-
Swastika crackers can be eaten at every meal. They are i > the Jam«» McKinney property in
ceiver, and that a committee would be
to furnish tbe meal tickets,
Thompson addition some time ago, hae
as nourishing as bread and more easily digested.
required to l<s>k after the affairs of the The
built a house and moved hi» family out homes will be built in Tia Juana the bank and depoeitors, By vote of the de- wjth
- — advertising
----- presages a
The sale of Swastika crackers is increasing enormously.
poMtors present it was decided to recorn- tiealthy flltore and ,nd;cau, that the
A test of their qualities wins favor.
The reviwtl meeting» have cloaed1 An adjourned meetingof the Gresham mend E. P. Tobin a» the choice of the
< > 1 after two week» of gootf work. Evange District Commercial club will lie held stockholders. The committee, composed proprietors have begun with the support
of “careful and progressive business
< > list Phelpx wax as»ist«*«l by Rev. Bishop. in Odd Fellows hall tonight. A large of Fred Katzky, and Messrs. Carter and
men who have bad the opportunity to
attendance is assured as many more
Peterson seem to have gotten busy at observe the influence of a newspaper
o Dallas,-Oregon, tur a much neeiied rest. names have been added to the charter
once. Tliey went to the city the next on a community.” The publisher says
list. The committee reports will be in
Carl Wirtx ia employed in the Port teresting. Everyone is invited to be morning, secure«! legal a« I vice, went be he has it from these men that “Gresh
fore tlx? court am! tlie jtidg«- gave a will am is an inviting field” that will no
C. E. Pugh lias purchased a new land Railway, Light ami Power Co., present.
ing ear to their complaint. The officers doubt supply all the necessary financial
general offices at "th and Alder xtreet,
The people of the Baptist church are
Portland. Carl eeems to have a xtaud planning some changes in the near of the bank wanted to have an agent ap salve. The subscription price has been
Mrs. 8 E. Toepieman »|>ent Wednes in with the company, ax he ban had
point««! who should settle the matter up. placed at $1.50 per year. The display
future if everything goes as they ex
day in Portland.
. Then Mr. Meyers, president of the type is al! of the Cheltenham style and
K. A. Stafford and wife were in from
Employee« of the pipe line contract building and move the present building , «iefunct concern, wante«i to make a con- the mechanical work is good. The edi
farm this week.
or» were looking over the Odd Fellow» onto the west end of their property « tract with the committee to pay lialf of tor states that politics will be laid on
Izma Wright, who has lieen very ill
Mr ami Mrs John Conley visited in building Thursday morning with the They will give the present building and ■ the amount against tlie liana within the the shelf and that the paper will go
with pneumonia, is a little better.
Valley this week.
view of preparing to prop up the build lease the ground it will then be on to a ' next four months ami tlx- lialance within gunning for bigger game such as “the
Mrs. A J. Nyeof Portland visited her
l six months, if the collections came as good there is in men,” keeping in view
J. H. Lake of Orient was doing busi ing while putting the new pi|>e under Y. M. C. A. for a gymnasium.
mother, Mrs. Chas. Merrill, last week
they should. This was too intiefinite to
Chas. Ge.lamke of Portland «rm
One of the best organized institutions I _lnt the committee. They urged a safer the important fact that “a newspaper
J. II. Eakin of Portland wax out thia in our town is the Library association, metiexl ami as a result Mr. Tobin was is mainly a business enterprise.”
Miss Ivy Cornett of Cleone was in
Greeham Saturday l<s>king up
Here’s the fraternal hand to the Out
Gresham Wednesday on business.
week to call on J. H Hoza and family. Gresham’s library plan is a model for ' appointed
and a wish that the paper may
Mrs W. E. Wood is spending a week
Guy Fieldhouse returned from the
It i- -aid by some that the sasete of the assist in making Greshanr grow till
hospital last week and is slowly im-
there is plenty of room for two good
Mix» Pearl Fleming has recovered for the pa»t fifteen years, dlr. Eakin plan of getting everybody in town in-1 about $35,000 against $25,000. There local newspapers.
are altout 2U0 depositors. It is aleo said
The seniors are working hard on their »ufficiently to attend school part of each Gresham.
is eminently practical and proves to be ^lat con«i«ierable of tlie banks itivest-
class play which will ls> given in the ■lay.
The local telephone company has just » strong inducement for library patron- incut.*« are ba«l and that the as»« is will
8|»*nkmg about prosperity, have you
lite work of stringing a third age A recent report show» an attend- Ilot show up as well as it is reported,
Cha» Blieu has returned home from seen E. E. Marshall training his new circuit to Sandy. Bo many subscribers ance of I.till, of whom 1,000 were adult», One ,,f the worrt featurrs uf t|k. affajr
A co-operative association will be
Bull Run, where he has been employed auto.
have been added out there that the two and that too in one month February. dlat tlx-officials had lieen withholding
Mr. and Mrs. Manning are preparing former circuits were overloaded and re The total circulation of Ixxiks for the paynient on a large number of .«mall formed among the ten granges of Mult
for some lime.
nomah county. At the laat meeting of
Earl Burch and wife of Portland have to produce the finest rose garden in lief was necessary. The «lixtance is month ran to 1,501.
checks, at the same time taking in cash, Evening Star Grange, last Saturday,
moved to tiresham and Mr Burch will
when they knew things were in a critical* the subject wag proposed by Paat State
Miss Kuby Emery, accompanied by
assist his father.
I shape. Then- is some talk of suits against Lecturer J. J. Johnson, his idea being
Several earloads of alfaHa hay is be
Mrs. Jack Quick of Quincy is sj«enil- her friend Miss Blum, came out for a ing slup|>ed into this vicinity from East
' the president on this account. It is plain- to promote a better feeling among the
evening a delightful i ly against th«* law for a bank to accept de membership of all the granges and
Ing a week with her parents, Mr. a.id
ern Oregon It may even be bad in
Mrs. E. t . Lindsey.
C. C. Iteed has moved into the la-slie Gresham at »everal dollars |x*r ton less birthday surprise party was given in posits alter it ha« hwisnr insolvent.
eventually bring about an organization
honor of Miss Bessie Howitt by nine- I Most of the deposits are small sums. for the lietterment of everyone in a
W. R. Kern of Heyburn, Idaho, has bouse on Main street and L. L. Kidder than the coet of home grown clover or
teen of he» friends and classmates. i Many working jx«>ple live iti tins section closer bond of defense against the
sold his farm there and will come to and family have moved into their new timothy. It in aaid to be a splendid
fodder for cows and several dairymen They spent a very pleasant evening' oj"p'rtlaml’ and >‘t will prow a great rapacity which all are exposed to by
Gresham to assist his father, M. I). home.
corporate interests. It is intended to
Kern, in the lumber business.
Mrs. Rose Metzger and son, Conrad, ate exp« ri men ting with it to sec what with games an.l music and at a late liard(1|up on vvvryone concerned,
hour refreshments were served. Miss
promote the financial interests of the
Portland visited in Gresham this Jibe results will lx*.
Planting of early gardans has been
Ku'h Niblin of Montavilla. a cousin of
members as well as their social inter
Not much over a mile more of grading Mies Howitt's, came out for the occa
going on in many places during the past week. Mrs. Metzger has been quite ill
ests. It was proposed to have as many
will allow of rail laying on the Mount sion.
week, and several farmers have put in w ith the grip
Saint Patrick Dance
members of all the ten granges meet
The high school girl's basket ba 1 Hixxi s<> as to make through connection
small crops of early potatoes. But the
R.«*kwood grange will give its next with each grange once a month, the
frost goblin will get them if they don't teain are working practicing for their betwt*en the Troutdah* branch and
Herald and Fa: ,n Journal $1.50. The dance on Saturday evening. March Is,
game which will lx< Friday night with Lusted». The incomplete part is from Journal will come for two years an«l ¡„ honor of St. Patrick. Richard’» or- first meeting to be with Gresham grange
the Buoy place to Pleasant Home ,a your choice of Horae Secrets, Poultry (.h
, wjI| ,
|c tomorrow, at which time the project
Fred l.ant* and family have returned the Halles bam.
will be more fully outlined and the or
Secret*, Com Secrets, Corning Egg
Geo. Kinney has bad the Dowsett
front Salem to remain. They have se
be served. ganization perfected.
book, with each order. Order at once. and * grange supper will lie
cured a tract of land-near the big rail building on Main street moved to the
Tickets to dance, $1.00; eupp r extra.
rick is working on that |«>rtion of the
road cut on Stanley avenue and will Hinder property, which he recently
Everybody welcome, except undesir
Additional Local Matter on Fourth ables who will not be sold tickets, nor T. R. Howitt will give 5 cents a
build n house thereon where they will bought on Powell street, He will fix it
The sad new» of the death of Mrs.
and Eighth Pages
tie nt home when it is finished, to their up an rent it. (i. II. Sunday had the
« llowed in the hall.
]«>und for beef cattle.
William Dean wax received here last
many friends of Gresham ami vicinity. contract of moving it.
week. Mr». Dean will lx« remembered
by her many friend» as a woman of
great sweetness ami nobility of char
acter. Mr». Dean »pent nearly two
year» here at 'he home of her mother.
Mr». J. 8. Culy. She wax at her daugh
ters in South Bend, Indiana, at the
Many Ix-autifid homes will lie built in Tin-Juana thia summer.
Three tract» «old thia week. Then* an1 a niimlxr of one-, two-, three- and
time of her death.
five-acre tracte left. The»«* are IwMiitiful home sites ami are going to lx*
Joel Emily, who was a student at the
worth more money. Now is the time to gel in and hwy one of tlieee tracta
on easy terina, Station accommodation» will la* fumighisi at Preston.
Oregon agricultural college from Trout
Cail all on us at once for prices and torma on these tract».
dale, Multnomah county, graduati«! in
’OW, ha» recently returned from British
Columbia, where he wax engaged in
(■lining operation» with David Little,!
an ’07 graduate of the college. Mr.
Emily, who «as the famous all north
west end on the championship foot |
ball team of
WOSTELL & CO
NEWS OF GRESHAM
AND ITS NEIGHBORS
Tracts Are Moving in Tia-Juana
First State Bank
Your earnings get into the bank sooner or later whether you
put them there or not.
If you spend all you make you let somebody else deposit
Having a bank aecount in somebody else’s name will never
do YOU any good.
Why don’t you start a bank account of your own with a part
of your own earnings?
A little bit faithfully added to your store each week or
month will in time make you independent.
Deposit your dollars yourself. Let us give you credit for
them and help you on to the road to success.
The Misses Ethel and Olive Merrill
honored their mother's Stith birthday
by a surprise party. The evening was
very pleasantly spent with cards and
music. Refreshment» were served at a
late hour after which the guests depart
ed, wishing the hostess many happy re
turns of the «lay. Those present were
Mr. and Mrs. Carlson, Mr. and Mrs.
Rosa, Mr. and Mrs. Elkington, Mr. and
Mrs. Kenny, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie, Mr.
and Mrs. Luckey, Mr. ami Mrs. D.
Metzg<*r, Mr. ani Mr» K. i«il*b«, Mr
and Mrs. Crow, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Crow,
Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Reed. Mr. and Mrs.
Nye, Mrs. Boone Johnson, Mrs. Gulick-
son, Mrs. M. I» nger, Mrs. Wirtz,
Misses Misses Hinder, Bloom, Hazel
Wirtz, Carlin Wirtz, Messeli, Viola
Dinger, Len Merrill, Carl and Harry
Five cent* a pound paid for good beef
cattle by T. R. Howitt, Gresham.
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
Great Bijf Stock of New Styles of Buggies to Select From
B^th High and Medium Grades at the Lowest Prices
The only store in Portland where farm implements are sold at cut prices.
your town to protect with a commission.
$18.50 Buggy Hamess for
$33.50 Double Buggy Hamess for
No agents in
$14.35 | $50.00 Heavy Team Hamess for ... $37.50
25.75 $40.00 Farm Harness, Complete, for 32.50
We sold at retail three times as many farm wagons last year as any other store in Portland
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