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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (March 17, 1911)
Blue Lake Cemetery Desecrated
Gdtry Giwinq by Experts
leal’s Grange Holds Metilnq
J. II. Hale, the note»! celery grower
of Satsop, Washington, eontinu»»* to »ell
celerv nt 75e to $1.10 per doz<»u plant»,
wholesal»», and can only till about half
hi* orders, while most «vlery growers in
the Northwest get only 40 to Ito «'«»nt»
The «litleieiic«» lie»
per dozen, retail
in the fact that Mr I laic known «»cully
how to pnaltic»» th»» crisp, nutl' flavored
delicious »to»»k» to p- rfection.
ground is the »elect»»! black brain leaver
dam »oil, thoroughly unde)-drained.
He uses fertilizer», barn yard compost»,
at th«» rat«» of l"0 to 200 l««uls ja r »ere,
then buys commercial ;»»taah lioth in
the form of muiiate ami ktinil, apply
ing at the rat«» ol two to three thousand
l«»un«ls per acre. His »ml is naturally
moist and the rainfall 1» between 60
ami 70 niche» j»»r rear, yet Mr. Hale
irrigates frequently «luring the summer
when growing temperature is at its
best. The celery ia naturally a “hard
drinker,’’ and Mr. Hale l«eli«»ve» i. go»«l
policy to keep I lit» plant busy t that
habit, for SO cents out of every dollar
rwrivol (or the plant is for the water it
contains, ami there ha- never I.... .. any
kick on hi* water«>d »lock. Ill- « lants
are starltsl early under gla-s or in
frames covered by canvaa». and
every individual plant must come up to
» r«h]uire»i standani of measure la-fore
it i» transplanted to the growing bed.
it ie in maturing th«» crop of his Whit«»
Plume that Mr. Hal«» excels in getting
the size, crispness »nd th«» flavor. The
methods in detail can tast l«e learmal
by observation »ml practice.
As reward for skill acquired through
years of experience celery crops yield
ing at the rate of $29U0 to $2.500 per
acre are put on the market from Sep
tember until Thanksgiving «late each
His son. Waller Hale, has
lea rue-1 I root his father to make even a
a larger record with bis celery la»ds tn
Thurston county. Washington.
taut» Grange met as usual ou the
Was it vandalism or disecralion or the
onward march of progress that has second Saturday, March 11th. A good
destroyed and efface»! forever sn ancient I representation of officer» was present
burying ground of the Indian trilws
and more than usual in general attend
that once inhabited this vicinity ami of
ance. Several new member» were con-
which uo remnant remains today?
Over on the Columbia slough, just i dueled through th«» first and secoml de
a little north of Fairview, is a lake of gree». The dinner passe«! satistactorilv
waler famous f> r being one of the great to the “inner man" ami a social hour
natural curiosities ol Oregon. It is en»ue>i. The l«»cture program wa» con
know n as Bl re Lake, and beanies hav ducted by Mr« i'alnier ami inclu»l«»d
ing . fame of its own it has associations several recitations ami musical s«»le«'-
leading tack into the pa-1 among the lions, and discussions on “thvbanl
inhabitants of this vicinity for no one Enemies," the Poimui* Gran«:«» »ml
knows iiow many years. One of these local topic». Plans were laid tor a Ihiril
aesoeiati«>ns was the ancient cemetery annual anniversary meeting to ta held
of the Indians known as Willamette* or the 31-1 of this month. In comnvtion
Multnomah*. Both names were used I with this event a bread making contest
and both have been perpetuated in th»» j 1« being planned. Entries will l«e ad
names of Oregon’s great inland river mitted from all who may couie. There
and in the iiame of Multnomah county. • ill be nine prizes varying in value
But the cemetery is gone. It covered front a dollar to $10 (Ml, and the prizes
perhaps two acres of a wooded rise at will Ire classe«i as taked on w«<od or ga*
the west emi of Blue Lake, sloping off stove or by girls under fifteen. thn»e
into a slough on one side, the other side I priaee to each class. There will In» a
being a steep tank that overhung the ten cent entry f« e.
clear w aters below. It is mentioned by
F. H. Balch in his great western story.
tlsie Brownifiq Irjured
“The Bridge of the Gods.’ ami up to a
year or so ago it .rested undisturbed—
Word was received here yesterday of
the trees yearly growing thicker ami i an accidental injury to Miss I Isie
the brush denser over the graves of a I Browning at her home in Clifton. Ore
thousand warriors buried there for ages gon, last Friday morning. She threw
in the past.
a tack hammer behind a door when» a
But the advance of improvement 122 rifle was standing, causing it to
came along ami last year a crof> grew topple over. As it fell toward her she
over the leveled mounds where the caught it near the trigger, in some way
dead Indians have lain more than a causing its discharge. The bullet went
through her right shoulder and lodged
Another spot made historic more than between the collar bone and shoulder
a hundred years ago is but half a mile blade. She was taken to St. Mary’s
away from the ancient burial ground. hospital at Astoria where an X-ray ex-
It is at the eastern end of Blue Lake , aminate u located the bullet and it w as
and it is yet a place of delight to many ! secured after considerable difficulty.
who go there in the warm days of spring She was resting easily wiieu the letter
or summer. It was the historic camp was written and will no doabt recover
ing ground of Lewis and Clark for over
Miss Elsie is well known here, being
a week where they rested after having the second daughter of Alex. M. Brown
made the passage through the gorge of ing who removed to Clifton with his
Any intelligent person may earn a
the Columbia. Its site is covered with family about a year ago.
gmsl income corresponding for news
a grove of spreading oaks which yet re
papers; experience nniievrssary. Send
main in all their beauty and w ill prob
ably be spared by their owners for Nearby Towns to Have Electric Liqhts stamp for full |«articulars.
many years to come.
The Mt. Hood Railway company is Press Syndicate. Middleport, N. Y.
That the grove is the historic camp closing up contracts for electric light
ing spot of Lewie and Clark is well ing in nearly all the nearby town*.
Bargain offer: Delineator, Pearsons,
attested. Indian John, the last of the | Fairview closed a deal on Tuesday Herald, r-l. *» for $2.25. Subscrit»e now.
Multnomah*, who died twenty years i night and Troutdale last night at the
ago, pointed out the place to the white meetings of their common council.
settlers. He was very old and remem- Washougal ami LaCamas, across the
bered the coming ol the Lewie and ! Columbia, are doing likewise ami the
Clark expedition and visited them in | . »company
company will lay a came
cable across me
I river from Troutilale to Washougal.
Blue Lake will always remain as a
The contract price to the towns 1» four
natural wonder, being of volcanic origin cent per kilowat hour.
Private con- I
W A XTEI >
and of unfathomable depth with a color sumers are to lie charged 1-5 cents. The
Fresh cows. W Ellison,
that defies description. It never falls street lights may be incande~cent or
below a »ertain level which is about arc. as preferred and the citie« are to
WANTED—Boys mav be bail ami
fifteen feet above the low water stage of receive two per cent ou all gro-s receipts
| sometimes girls.
The older ones at
the Columbia river, only a few bundre»! as compensation for the franchise.
.ordinary wage» ami other* to be
During extreme high | It is believed that the company will sch«>»>leil aud cared for in return for
water it is entirely effaced by the flood give private service along many of the -light services rendered. For particu
but always resumes its natural appea«- county roads wherever their cables may lars address W. T. Gardner, sufH-rin-
anee when the waters subside. It is lead, and that an effort will lie made to temlent Bovs and Girls Ai«l Society of
Oregon, Portland. Ore.
owned in about equal parts by the Fitz secure contracts ou many farms n-ar
geralds and the proprietors of the Sun the lines of energy.
Dial ranch and is a favorite re-ort for
FOR SALE—Rhode lslan«l R«si ami
campers and fishermen.
Black Minorca rooster« Eggs mr hatch
Serious Accident Near Latourelie
ing of both kinils at 60cts. per dozen.
Mrs. F. A. Neibauer,
While out driving near Latourelle last Pure bred
A Fierce Night Alarm
Gr«nbam, Ore., R. D. 2.
Is the hoarse, startling cough of a child j Sunday Mrs. James Rose and her son
WANTED to Trade—White Pekin
suddenly attacked by croup. Often it Willie were dangerously injured. The Drakes.
aroused Lewis Cbamblin of Manchester, team was frightened by a passing auto
FOR SALE—Good fresh cow. 8.
O., R. R. No. 2, for their four children mobile ami ran into a barbed wire fenc- Alexander, Gresham. Phone 2W7.
were greatly subject to croup. “Some «here Mrs. Rues was cut dangerously
FOR SALE—A five-year old horse;
times in severe attacks,” be wrote, “we in several places and Willie Rose was broken, souud. gentle. Will work any
were afraid they would die, but eince thrown out and
where. single or double. Also gentle
we proved what a certain remedy Dr. The team while not ordinarily e wily i voung rifling pony, well broken. Theo.
King’s New Discovery is. we have no frightene»! were surprised by the ma- Brngger, R. D. 3, Gresham.
fear. We rely on it for croup and for chine coming up on them suddenly,
FOR SALE—Two-year olii Jersey
coughs, colds or any throat or lung I As reportei on Thurwiay evening both bull, tuberculin tested.
trouble.” So do thousands of others. mother ami eon are in a fair way to re Linneman Farm.
So may you. Asthma, hay fever, la cover. though it will be some time tie-
Apply to P. H. Roork, R. 2, Gre* bam,
grippe. whoopiDg cough, hemorrhages fore they will forget the »bock.
fly before it. 50c and $1.00. Trial
bottle free. Sold by all druggists.
FOR HALE—Green wood cut two
years, $5.00 a c rd delivered in Gresh
Notice is hereby given tliat tlx- under am John Palmldad. Phone 38x1.
Neu Real Estate Company
signed has been appointed administratrix
Having opened a real estate office in of tlie estate of Ida Adell Schenck, de
Gresham, we wish a nice list of lands ceased, by the County Court of the State Fat ami a good ranch animal, $75,nq.
Webb Stock Farm. Phone 15b.
both wild and improved to offer our of Oregon, for Multnomah County, ami
FOR SALE—Brown Leghorn eggs, .«Oe
large list of prospective buyers. If you has qualified. Cn-»fitors Laving claims
have anything to sell come in and see against said estate are hereby notified to a setting of 1.5 eggs. John Paluilbud.
us. We are in a position to handle present the same properly verified, to
FOR SALE—5-horse power Shiver
successfully all kinds of realty either the administratrix, at 314 Spalding
wild or improved, large or small, town Building, within six montlie from tls- engine. Ed Osborne. Phone 6-.H. tf
Mare colt for sale. Coining four this
summer. Well broken to drive; weight
If your price ie right we will do the
Mary I. Ferry, Administratrix.
alsiut ll'Z). Urban Beier phone ¡JOx.
Johnson <V Van Zante, Attorneys.
S mith L a no C ompaxy ,
Office on Powell street, Gresham.
First published March 10, 1911.
For -al«—Quantity of tine vetch hay
in barn, also 15 tons timothy hay.
M Mnitlr Phon IM.
Lite for sale in Cedarville, on easy
terms. H. ’.V. Snashall. Pleasant View
Avenue; Gresham, Route 3.
BANK OF GRESHAM
J. Elkington, Pres. Jno. Sleret, Vice Pres.
Emil G. Kardell, 0 shier
Genera! Banking Business
Foreign Exchange Bought and Sold
Interest Paid on Time Deposits
♦ ♦ ♦
♦ ♦ ♦
Sulky P ow, for sale cheap; g<x«f as
new Pilone 2(1x2.
For Male—A numlier of first class
milk cows, fresh ami coming fresh.
John Gantetibein, Sandy road, Cleo e,
u< > h * t
List—Mr. Batcher lost »valuable Ma
sonic charm between First State hank
ami Lusted hill. Will give reward f«
Fire insurance Written
$ 5.00 values
LUMBER—At our new mill I‘4 miles
southeast of Kelso. We deliver lumls-r.
All kinds of painting, graining arid
h rdwood finishing.
Contract or by
»lavs’ work. James Mathieson, R. F. I).
No. 2, Box 103, phone 363.
$ 14.50 values
A few 17-jewel Dueher- Hampden rejç. $22 .50. now
$10.50. (ioldFilled Fobs $2, now.50c
Co Io ni st
From lhe Mkhllr an«t KaMern portion«
o( thr tnhr«l St ale» an«l t'ana>la to
will prevail DAILY
MARCH 10th to APRIL 10th
No difference what von mav wish
von will find my prices are the
very lowest. Come in and see for
Always glad to show the goods whether you buy
or not. I guarantee to save you It) to 50 per cent
J. E. POMEROY
RAILROAD & NAVIGATION CO.
•n«l connections, the
Orrqon Short line. Union I’dilflc and
(hkdqo 4 Northwestern
-32 * Ml
Kan»»» City ■
• 2fi (Z)
St. Paul .
ami other cities correspomiingly low.
Vou Can PREPAY Fare»
The Colonial farvs are Wenibouixl only. but .
If you have rrlalive« or frlrud» or eitiplo) <
in the Ea«t whom >ou dvwlrt* to bring to thi« i
state you can de|H’*ft the value of the fare
with vour local railroad agent, and an order
tor a ticket will bv tvlrgra}>b«<«| to any a*!druwa
I.et the WORt I) Know
Of our vaat rrwourr« « and aplend »J
< all on the underaignvd tor good tnetrurtlve 1
printed matter to semi F«i*t. «>r give hiu* tile j
addrewaea of thorn* to whom }oti would like to I
have auch matter »ent
Wni. Me «Murray
ben. Pass. Agent. Portland. Oregon
All millinery goods at re
duced prices, including
HERALD BARGAIN OFFERS
Beaver State Herald and other papers
The price of The Herald alone in |1
a year, but to thoH<* who would like the
ailvantage of a clubbing rat«* with other
paper» we offer the following low
KtovmLrc ttkM err thr lowest Hites
“The Herald” in combination w ith any
of the following:
VN Ph K « < OKEGONlAN
D'LYaml M NDAY OREGONIAN N.OO
FF.MI WEEKLY JOURNAL
daily joi hnal
DAILY and »CNDAY JOURNAL •<■0
PA IKK H« -Mi .-1 , \1-
POI I TRY Joi k .\AL (monthly)
OREOON AGR1CCLTI klsT
FARM JOCRN A L, 2 yr», and Hora»*
MeC’ALI/H MAG A ZINK (Ladiea) l.«u
Thia price ia for delivery by mall only and ,
only WDM r»*mittrtn<( If mad»- with Order
Papera may be »ent to a«*prrate addreaaea. Hub-
•enptiona may fx-Rin at any tim»-
< i real I ii in
THAT IS PLUMBING
J. J. WODAEOE
flrst-Cldss Livery and I red
Stables at Borlnq and Sandy
Tmn»|M>rtation of all kinds
of Baggage to bandy ami
interior point, ....
For further Information phone or writ«*
Mai, SI., Grtthim
In Cirlu, Bldg
W. 1. OTT
H. H. <>rr
W. c. Belt. M. D., C M.
Office over First State Bank
E. F. DONAHUE, Prop.
I'hone, office, IV, re»., 1»
BAPTIST CHURCH—Rev. Fi.fti M
THREE REASONS WHY
Service», Sunday 1
School lo «. in Preaching 11 a. in. i
and 7 :30 p. m.. each Sunday.
FREI. METHODIST < 111 f:< ti
Rev. J. A. Horrca, pastor. Service,,
IS THE BEST
Sunday Sch'xd, 10 a.m.; Preaching I
evury Sunday at 11 a. tn. Prayer
It ia ina«le of the le»Ht quality hard steel galvanized win-. Tlie
meeting, Thursday evening at 8
knot i* «¡tuple, strong ami effective; has four |M>inta of la-aring;
o’clock. All welcomed.
ZION’S EVANGELICAL CHURCH, I
cannot slip ami has no sharp ends, yet is flexible, allowing tint
Greeham—Rev. F. II Freund, |«aator.
fence hi conform to uneven ground. Tlie line of horizontal win«
S ekvic ,» (Oerman) 11 a. in., every
are siip|H>rte<i by strong, stiff, one piece rt«»r) picket« or cross liars,
Sunday morning. Sunday sciwiol at
which are hehi eecurely in place by tlie circular knot.
10 a. in. Saturday achool at 2 p. m.
J.I\M M YNN MEMORIAL M. K. j
CHURCH. Gre*ham — Pzanon, Rev. | 34 in. high, 9 wire
$ .37 per rod
J. F. Dunlop.
S khvk kh , Sunday i
School, 9:40 a. m.; Preaching at [ 41 in. high, 9 wire -
.39 per rod
11 a. rn. and 7:30 p. rn., Epworth
- .42 pier rod
League «1 votional, 6:30, every Sun-1
Prayer meeting, Thnnwlay i 42 in. high, 10 wire
.41 per rod
venings al 7:30 p. in. Everybody',
39 in. high, 9 wire
- .39 per rod.
SAINT MICHAEL’S CATHOLIC
CHURCH, Sandy, Gre. — Rev. Berch- 1
FOR SALE BY
told Durrer. Service, will be held on |
th«- firet Sunday of each month at
10:30 a. m.
FAIRVIEW M. E. CHUR( H—Rev. J
O. Coleman, paator. Be-vices, Sun
day School at 10 a. m., preaching 2d i
and 4th Sunday» at 11 a. m. and 7:301
Main and Second Sts.
ROCKWOOD M. E.CHURCH—Rev. J '
O. Coleman, paator. Sunday achool
every Sunday at 10 a. m. Preaching
at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Duluth Woven Wire Fence
STERLING <& JOHNSTON
M1ST—1 Black Pony ami I Bay, wire
L. D. MAHONE
cut on hind leg and blaze in face.
Please mitify us and reward will tar Real Estate, Probate ami Corporaton
paid for same. W. E. Wilson, Boring
Prompt Attention to All Businemi
fils Henry Hid,.
Phone, Main ton
I wish to thank tny many friends lor their patronage since
I came to Sandy and 1 ho|x* I have pleased one and all. It
has been my aim to give a lull dollars worth for every dollar
received and it there is any one who is dissatisfied with any
goods which I have sold I am ready at any time to adjust the
matter to your entire satisfaction.
Ami to show my many friends that I have appreciated their
trade I have cut prices for the next (X) days. Some articles
which 1 do not wish to handle will lx* sold far Itelow cost
brom these prices you can see for your self
E. E. Marshall
Mitchell, Lewis & Staver
J. M. SHORT, M D.
S. P. BITTNER, M. D.
PHONE 50.3, GRESHAM, OREGON