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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (May 19, 1911)
Saved Child I rum Death.
J. M. SHORT, M I).
I \IKVit H
“After our child liad «uitiered from
Mr*. W \ anghan is entertaining her
s I». Bl FI NER, M l).
mother, Mrs. E E
Pender, of Van- severe bronchial trouble for a year/*
couvcr. Wash. Mr*
two wrote <« T Richardson, o| Kich»rd*«ui*s
Fh y aida aa-Su i graaa
sister-. M»s. W Tenney ami «laughter Mills, \la., “w«» fe.vred it hud consump
ami Mrs. J Bur a, alati of \ am<>uv«<r. lion. It i nd a bad cough oil th«» time
visited her on Mumia *
Wv lin'd nmnv reinvdie« without avail,
Mrs. Amanda Clark had as tfiivM* on and doctor’s medicine «• «»med as u*e-
Surc«-vdiiig lirvi-hari \'indu at«*r. < «rr-ham Gazette. I a-t Miiltm>mab Ibohi
K’inday, Mrs J V Stillion ami chil
Mullnoma.. Kci^ord and Montavdla Herald.
Finally we tried Dr King** New
dren ami Mr- Nellie Rt«gan, «»(Gresham, less
Disc verv. and ate pleased to say (hat
PlibliHhvd Fwrx Fridax at Grvj»hani. <»t«., bv the K kxvkh S tate P viuimuisg C o ami Clem Cl u k uf Portland.
A. DAKNVl.l.. E ditor asp M wo . kk .
R««s Pitone ÎUb Y
Mr- 1». W. Mt K h \ ha* been elected «»in* hoitle effected a complete vine, and Phone 137 J
Residence SIH l »th <t.
a-superintvt dent oi the Presbttenan our child is jigam strong an«l healthy ”
Sunday school to sucevt»
Mr*. J. W
For coughs, colds, hoarseness, lagripi*', V ANCOIIVER, -
lownsend, who resigiitHl on Atvount <»f asthma, crxiup and sore lungs, its the
moat itlillihle rem««dy that's midv.
SUBSriiniOi RATES Fvr Y h \ SI •»» X advat.c to torv'.tfn couutru * It «»
- \ Mouth*
w i «> rr
Cedric Stone wan ill upon hi* return Price fiOe ami si DH
il h . orr
Trial laittlv tree
75c; Direr mouth> trial MiK-criptions «V Single copies -
\*k tor vlubt.iiu; rate*
from the Sta e Grange bill hat recover- Guaranteed bv all druggists.
REMITTANCtS *houl<l t* -ent bx Exprv-a or I'oMottu v Monvj Order, RrKUtervd tatter or Chvck ed.
Stamps HAwptcd up to cent»
SctKxd will clou' lier«1 on M h \ '-•»I, W Illi
lECfIPTS ’*»r auhs» riplion* arc n • m ut uni -w r. ; x
The elmny. oi label on your pm»er
will itidi wtv the r«‘ceipl of your
< If '« dor* not ph ■<*« notify o*
DI MISI S
OlSCONTliUAMCtS If you do i'ot wiah your j-»p< - « outtnue I plena* not .ty a* •♦'.out the Um«' the
•tibacriptiou expire.* W, flnd thia plan m«'*t Miliafaetory to our patron* though it ia not in
All ItM’al ad vert l*eineHta are run un«lrt thl«
the machine shops here on Tuesday, head
accordttncr wilh our |*T*onal vi» w*
al the rate ol <»Nh UE\T X W «»HD H RSI
»ub-t-quvnl Insertion* will be
Cm»€t Of ADCRtSS In ordering change of addrvas give old aa well as new addn **
ployed doing repair work h««re, only a made on ! » Io .*•> word« for I * <-t*nt- jo to to
W. c. Belt, M. I).. C. M.
COMfSFOffOEMTS art» wanted in every «*ommunit\ if no corrvM»ondrncr appear* from onir part of the t »rvv twing transferred to Aord* for I» »ent* it) (o
w ord* lor .*•* rent*
neighborhix»d. you arc rv*pectfully rv.p* •*u»«t lo send u» a* many hx*nl ilvma a* you can
No nd published lor lew« than is rviHw
Rr\ Lewis m still in charge <'a«h in advance evvept to reipilai advertiser*
Oltlee over birst State Bank
PROEKSSIoNtl.' KKl'^ .
i*i. • . * a« h i**uv CA RDS OF TH A N K* of the work livre.
Fhoiir. office, lw, r«*a . I*
$ LETTERS OF CONtX^LENCB
|1 OBITl’AKlE* for aubscrilH'r* r their • ’mmdialr fardlb - ’ret tin lo IUO word* I cent
rer w ord for additional w ord* want xDSatl'«nt per w «»rd tor first insemtion ; aubacouvnl
GlihSII \ M,
Fre«la expert to start for their old home
n»ert ion», 16 to 30 word». 10 cents
1 cent per word per issue DISI'l KY YDVEKTISIN g . rates made known on application.
in W isconsin a<»<»n to make a visit
WAX I I I»
All laalgc. Grange. S htx»l. «’hunch, or other notices or advertisements of s«**iala. partic*.
K W Wilcox is making some Illi* niv place halt mile from Gresham, '.‘«H»
dances, concert», theatricals, etc , given for a protit. charged for al regular rate*
corti* tu put un. Il |M*r ctWd. t»xols lui
inent* on hia place.
In order to insure change of ad advertisers must have copy tn this office not later than
nìshed. Fred Bratzcl, Phone ’»«sS
Thursday preceding day of publication.
W Vaughan han liven «(lending a low
.‘01 PRIRT’RG is our *t-erialty. W are »»■
cqu.piH .l t> do the tn s! u »rk at curr.-it pr. s drysat Mitchel, a former
Roy* ni»v i»e inid timl
Especially farmers’ and business men* IttGr Head*. rnxelojM*. Rutter W rapi*‘r* Sla'-ment*.
Th«’ oltler «» ii «* m at
*’ _ ‘ bin |>ro|«rrty hvr«' HotnetiincH girls.
etc., in «mail or large quantities Auction Bills. Dodgers. l\»>ters. etc., printed on short notice and think* « of ' trading
other» to I m »
sor some in that place.
rU’hooleu ami cared (or in return (or
W Ellison return«'«! home on Tu«*.-dav -ligiit service* ren«lere<i
War has been declared upon movement, the editor of the after a month« absence, m which time lars :id<lr«'H* W I’ (itininer
the pine beetle, that is causing Herald has addressed the follow am! »old them in Baker Citv. Oregon tt'mlvnt Bovs ami Giris Aid .*»«»civtv <»f
ravages in the forests of Eastern ing letter to the Daily News, He expects to go East again in a short Oregon, Portland. Ore.
lirsl-tldss tlvcry dnJ leed
Oregon, State Forester Elliott
i ‘< »1/ **• \ i i
Stables di Borimi dnd Sandy
acting in his capacity as State stock.
Firwood Lomber Co.
W OO I)
GERMAN COACH STALLION
FIRST PRIZE AT ALL FAIRS
ADQi AR II RS
Al PI I ASAN! HOME
Me KINN I* Y
and his deputies will work in
conjunction with the federal offi Lecturer:
cers in the attempt to best the 1‘aily News.
President Louis A. Hill of the
Great Northern is anxious to
have a line from Portland to the
ocean at Tillamook and says as
soon as financial conditions war
rant. the United Railways will
be extended to the Coast. He
expects this will be done within
the next few years and the pro
ject is foremost in the Hill plans.
Bend has started a contest be
tween its citizens that will add
the attractiveness of that place.
To the householder growing the
best lawn will be paid a prize of
$50. Another award of $25 will
be paid to the one keeping the
neatest and best looking back
yard from this time until the dis
tribution of the awards, which
will be held in connection with
the Railroad Day celebration
that will mark the advent of the
new lines to Bend, sometime in
Gentlemen: IVe have «dwerved <xne
or two remarks in your valuable paper
concerning the attitude of the Grange
toward the initiative measures that are
being placed I>efore the people relative
to the University and other educational
appropriations id the Stat . and we are
informed that the New- ha- in several
other instances implied or a—ert«*d that
the Grange was supporting the move
ment. We wish to state that anv re
mark of that sort is clear y wrong.
Even in those ounties where th se
movements are most popular, n fact
where they are said to have originate«i,
the county tiranges have expressed
themselves as unfavorable to the re
ferendum, or as consi lering it inadvis
able to do anything with it. In Lane
county where the sentiment wa- proba
bly as strong as anywhere else i per
sonally know that the County Grange
recently met at Junction City, voting
strongly in opposition to the referendum.
I do not know of a Grange in the state
that has voted to indorse it. The State
Grange recently meeting at Corvallis
had the subject presented in the form
of resolution and promptly laid it on
the table. Their action in this has Gen
based on the judgement laid it on the
table. Their action in tiiio ha.« l>eeti
based on the judgement that harm to
the institutions and the state at large
June 21, 1911, is the date set
for the next meeting of the Ore by any action that would deprive these
gon Pioneers Association. The institutions of most necessary revenues
meeting will be held at the for a term of a year ami a half or two.
Masonic Temple in Portland, would more than counterbalance any
loss of the state might suffer through
corner of Yamhill and Park the
possibility of undue size of appro
streets. To be a member of the priations. Every one of these institu
Association you must have been tions is greatly in ne«el of more build
born in or a resident of Oregon ings, and other facilities. I personally
prior to 1859. There will be a know this since I have looked them all
and know what I am talking about.
lot of speech making, singing, over
To G economic and successful, to give
old time “fiddlers.” choice In the largest possible return for the in
dian songs,” old time melodies, vestment the people of the state puts
camp fires, social at the armory, into them, they must He on the best of
“Hi-yu wa-wa, hu-yu he-he,” working b sis. They are far from that
now. On the other band we <lo not
and a lot of other things that deny that
we should lie a little more
only pioneers can enjoy.
conservative than the last legislature
seerns to have been.
< Considerable cap
A prize contest for poster de ital is being made al>.,ut the so-called
signs for use by the Oregon dele “deal" Gtween Broi. Campbell ami
gation at the National Education JIr. Parkinson. Me are inclim-d to
think the people of the state give little
al Association convention at San I credit
to the matter. It seema to be a
Francisco is announced by the I mistake at least, possibly a bluff, and
Portland Commercial Club for I surely a fan e
school children of the state. The
II. A. I>arnall.
posters will be 18 by 25 inches,
in two colors, and one set of
prizes of $5, $3 and $2 will be
offered for the three best de-
signs submitted by pupils of
Wai put out of business
Portland schools and similar
by Printer’» Ink
prizes will go to pupils outside
this city. The posters should be
on heavy cover paper and any
legend may be used to boost Ore
gon. Contest will close June 15.
THE TOWN CRIER
THE GRANGE AND THE EDICAIIONAL
Several Portland papers have
expressed themselves as knowing
that the Grange was favorable to
the referendum movement. Prom
inent among them are the Labor
Press and the Daily News. But
Mr. Parsons of the Labor Press
was present at the State Grange
meeting at Corvallis and express
ed himself as being opposed to
the movement and he well knows
what the attitude of the State
Grange is on the matter. Since
the idea is being conveyed that
the Grange is supporting the
FOR SAl.b.—3<» head of g«uitM, part of
them for butchering and the other*
with young on«*.*
tain, 2 inilvh *outheii*l of Boring Orc.,
Route 2, tax 9.
A Burglar's Awful Deed
may not paralyze a home so completelv
an a mother's long illncse.
King's S'.-w l.ife Pills are a splendid
A line I y» ar old it«»n
remedy for women
“They gav«> me
wonderful Iwnetit in constipation and gray mare, price «140 00, well broke
Joel J «Ari, K» !*•», Ore
female trouble,'' wrote Mr- M. (
F’t»R SALI* -Ò vear 0.3 work horse,
lap, of I eadill. Tenn. If ailing, trv
weight alsnit II’*», well broke. John
them, 2'w at all druggist«.
Brugger. Lents, Ore , one
we-t of ( ìì II hti Station
Set not thyself to attain much rest,
but much patience —Thomas a Kem
Is then' anything in all this w.irl.i
that is .>( niori- importance to yon than
gt»i digestion? Fo.*| must l>e eaten to
sustain life an.I must la- liigeate«! and
converted into blood
When the di
uestion fails the w hoi«* ts si y tufferà,
Chamberlain’s Tablets are a rational
and reliable cure for indigestion, Th y
increase the flow of bile, purify the
blood, strengthen the stomach, and
tone up the whol«* dig«^«tive apparatus
to a natural and healthy action. For
sale by all druggists.
The man who has an old fashioned
family to support dares not dirt with
a better looking but somewhat uncer
For further information phon«* or u rite
I . I . DONAIIl'l:. Prop.
INV ES I IGATI:
Sh* k of
I «mil**r and Millw«»rk timi Our
We are «*oiitb!vnt tlial it
uill r»«*nlt m •‘vurmg y«»nr busi
ih x- when yuii necd snything frolli
a |*»*t to a bill <>( himls'r f««r a
hitU’te or barn.
Tilt» ls*-t in juality fr»r thè moti-
ry, h thè motto u« try to live tip
i .-me ni ami inveMtigat««
MILL ANO TAROS Al LENTS JUNCTION
HERALD BARGAIN OFFERS
Braver State Herald and other papers
FOR s \ 1. I—a few head of broken
hi>r*rs ju-t arrived from Eastern <>re-
The price ••( The Herald »lone is 11
gon. Cun !•♦• ncvii at .1 W >hattucks .a year, hut to th••-»• wlif) Would like t, e
Ranch, I »atiiH-cu-, < h
Address, Bor- adv.mtage d a clubbing rate with other
ing Routt« »
pa|**r* we ««tTvr
the foil..wing low
FOR HALF o R TRADE
Five bx price*
-even Premo, rapid revtlinear camera
K’m<mb<r thrvr jrr th«- lowrvt Kdrx
in (air condition
Bargain for buyer.
Owner ha* a Urger camera an i wi-h«’S “ I he Herald’’ in combination xx ittt any
to «ii«i»o-0 of thi* to ”et a piM'ket hi /.«»
of the following:
frip-'tl an<l plate holdem thrown in
Cail Herald offn •■. < »r«**ham. S«-e * ho pie
i yr s Dio*
KVK NINO TE! FUR A Xt
xx EURI ù «UO..OM IN
I» Vll.Y «>REi.«»SI \ S
DI I *1x1 MUSI» \ « » R t •.« »SI ix
Minorca, S. (’ Rhode Islam! Retís, .'s) *EMI W t FRI.Y J< »( KS 11
ct«nts p«*r dozen, Mr*. I¿ A Nvihauer, l»\il Y J«»l RSAI
nix! MUSI» X Y J«»l KS O. 7
G eslía e, Ore , R. F I». No 2, Box 02. DAILY
FA’ IH« H”MEsi h YD
FOR SAI F.—Green wood cut two l’A» Il I» F XKMl R
years, I » <H» a curd delivered in Greidi- F' n I TRY* Ji»l RS VI (m«»nthly)
ORE».OS V».RI« l | TI KI m T
nin. John Palrnblad. Phone 3Sxl.
FARM JoUKS VI.
an i llor».
MrUAI I. H MA«iAZINK (La<!le.*) 1 4"
F(>R SALE — Brown taghorn eggs, s»c
Thi« tirice in for ili'ilvrry bjr mali only
a setting of I » eggs. John Pal ml luid. otily wìirn rrtnlttanc«* 1« ina>!< wlth •»
l’ai»« r* max I h - arnt to •• -peraU* a>l'lr. ««< *
•• riptiotiM may
ai auy tini.
keep time ;
If md, w«»’l! cur«* it, »ml Ihm
wonder why you dil’nt think
\ II our work tfiiarantevd
i p*h«*i job leave* «»tir
v »rkin«»n a.<♦ ««killed and «•
T«»u*ll not grumble at
Fred 1). Flora
M irrisoli St
POR ILA NO,
(Near Pap’s R«*stntirant)
FOR SALI¿—ó-horae power Stover
E l. < »-borne. I‘hom*B!»l. tf
For soreness of the muscles whether
Lota for naie in Cedarville, on cany
induced bv violent exercises or injury,
C h a n i i >er I a i n ’ s I.fniment is excellent. terms. II. W Snanhall, Pleawant View
Avenue; Gr»**harn, Route 3
This liniment is also highly esteemed
for the relief it affords in ease« of rheu
matism. Sold by all druggist«.
When a woman can t think of any
thing else to do she rips up her dress
and sews It over again.
Do Ghosts Haunt Swamps?
No, Never. Its foolish to fear a fan
cied evil, when there are real and dead
ly perils to guard against in -warnp*
ami marshes, bayous, ami lowlands
These are the malaria germs that cause
ague, chills and fever. w«*alcne*n, aches
in the bone* and muscles and may in
duce deadly typhoid. But Electric Bit
ters destroys and cants out t ese vicious
germs from the blood. “Three bottles
drove all the malaria from my system,*’
wrote Win. Fretwell, of Lucama. N. (’ .
“ami I’ve had fine health ever since.”
I’-e thi- -a e, sure remedy only, 3oc at
Harmony Fruit Tracts
W ANTED—Lami to clear or brush t<>
slash by contni<«t. Addres«. J. R. (’lair,
Portland, < >re.
A lini- Jersey cow and
a good kitchen rang«*, at Fairview. Ore.
Phone ?2x I, < levar < >n«taf«on.
And a lot of other
People Is Described In
LOST—At the Cazadero wreck, a
arnall ce|lul<»i«i picture of Our Mother
of Perpetual Help, edged with lace and
Hewed on a -mall piece <>f cardboard.
Finder will ph«aw<• n**nd name to Helen
Bi^nett, box 10s. Boring, Oregon. care
M l*-»C KLI.ANE’H -*
Ll’.MBER— At our new mill |’4 mil«**
southeast of K»-l-o. We deliver lundsT.
To get our estimate on
We Print Anything
From a Visiting Card
to a Book ::
WE CAN SAVI MONEY f*OR YOU
Ten Acre Tracts
$1000 to $1500
On Easy Terms
SMITH LAND CO
FASCINATING STYLES IN
PORTLAND MARBLE WORKS
W p are phowing a c(»rii piote line of
AT REASONA BLE PRICES
LUMBER $6 /> 41)
Larg. at«H k <.( lUttienaion I 'unlw-r on hand
Rougit and Drew«r.i Itimbrr for all pur¡M»aea
wrn.i order to J« NHKI I » NRoN. Rorln« HD 1
REGULAR I. Y
PAN A L I A
(«»rati*» « nr»- r» «pi. o..! to nvn«i to Th<- llvrahl 9 l)id v«»ii know that you co Id feed
InfoinntIon .-«» flmt »« brh f « nt«l « »tn I..- run
Dr. Henn Poultry Pan-a*ce-a the
fr< »- iiih I it thi« hxndiiig
Mrn<! pin» »*. <l«y nml
hour of ni'-»-tInif.I
balaiif •• "f tie1 Winter, all Spring, in
PLEAMASI VALLEY '.RAS’.E So 11«
fact until the fir-t day of Align'd,
M« « t- ». « ««ml *nti»r«Liy nt 7 :M> p m . nml fourth I then if v»ii are not Hatinfird that it
Hnturdny nt in «Min in •*v»,ry month
han paid and paid hig
ROCKWOOD oRAS«»E M.-.-ta th«- first W..|
| m *'lny of »•*< h month nt * p m nml t hin! Hat
lirdnv nt I” n in.
Ml LISOMAH ’.RAS’.E, SO 71. M.-.
........ I« the
fotirth Mntur.lny in < v»«ry month nt 10 .ion tn .
It is Io malt.- your liens lay, to make
In hrnfigf hall, orient
your < hiek. ns grow fast, healthy and
FAIRVIEW ’.RANGE M..t- flr-l Mntiir.lnv
nml th»* third Erhlny of enrh month
strong, to cur«' gapes, cholera and
RI M-EI L\ II.LE g RAS’.E SO Tal Mieta In
Ku-'» llvil le -< hoolhoiiae on til«’ aeroml Mat
unlny in the evening nml fourth Hnturilny nil
Of collra«' you are expei'ted to keep
your poultry free from lice and for
EVENING MT A It GRXNf.E ...
M.i'i, In tli.'lr
that pur|«.se w<* know of nothing
Imi I nt Houtli .Mount Inbor on thi le Ilr-I Halur
la'tter than Instant Loiiae Killer.
«Inv of ench month nt lo a. m. All vl.lt«,rx sr<*
«»RESH AM «»RANGE
Mtu-la a«*«'oml Mntur
dny in each montli nt 10 .'to n m
DA MAMCI M GRANGE, NO 2F.O
Hntunlny «*nrh monti)
LENTH GRAN(»E Meets aecoml .Matunlay of
«•neh monti) nt lo HO n. m
CLACK A MAM «»RANGE, NO
MT. SCOTT DRUG CO.
Aral Hntunlny In th«* month nt 10 30 n. m nml
the tiilr.l Hnturday nt 7 .’to p m
im Mi-«*ta Ni*coh<!
- -, No. ----
Hstunlny of each month al Io o'clock a. nt.
«OU MBIA <il<A\«,E NO 2»,; M. r|M In all
«1s> session first Thurs«lay in «arti month In
grange hall n«*ar <‘orbett
< T.A« ' K /\ M \H < i R A n < • E m«*etM first Hatnnlay
of each month at io s» h m . ami third Sator
day nt 7 .’W p. m.
We will refund every cent you paid us
Patronize the Herald
lie a Hotts ter
E. E. Marshall
Mitchell, Lewis & Staver
UMS IABMM v>D
PHONE 316, GRESHAM, OREGON
Opponte City Holl
Mil. ¡ I < mile« <ionthra*t of k<-l«o
LET US HAVE YOUR ORDER
264-266 Fourth SI.
C>/>e HOME PAPER
of the best fruit land in the
The location is
ideal for the growing of
those Delicious Red Apples.
Complete Slock of
Marble and Granite
PRINTER’S INK Will Get Businet«
We Do Up to Date
TrHii«|.<>rtHli<>ii ..f nil kimln
interior point« .