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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (May 26, 1911)
Qu: ties anJ Answers
Wlnti i* tin
fennl for <tairy
Corti niluk-' l'j all o.i<l'
mau eaimot afforU to !»• without » -ilo.
What arc the "e»t hay
Succeeding Gresham Vindicator. Gre*hani Carette, Ea*t Multnomah K«*< rU cow » ?
Tla* l»''l hay he I- lor dairy cows ar«'
Multnomah Record and Montas ilia Herald.
clowr. alfalfa. cow ¡was and soy l>.-ans.
PubliHlusI F very Friday st Gresham, Ore., bv the B kavkk S titk P vniimhino C o They contain a tarai1 penen» of protein,
H. A. PARSALI., F ihtok and M anag tea.
w hieli ia a grval milk producing element
What is the ni.wt proiniaing branch of
Entered ri« reca nd elm»» matter at the poatotttee at Gresham. Oregon
farming today '
I'airy larimn^ for il hrinp« in aHca.iy
SUtSCiiFl’Oi lilts Per V«ir Si w) • n advance
to t.»retan «•»»untrtv« I’, s»
six Month*» tlow of money and >nvatly ineri'amw th«»
fSc Three months trial suhacription» SV. 8ms <’ copt«'» <
t»k tor clubbing rate«
production of th.’ lartn c«ery year
BHIirTteCES -h.»ul«1 b« rent b> Kipreaaor FoatoUce Money Order. Rcgtatered G'Her ori’h«s k
Where should the dairyman look for
Stampa accepted up to M) cent*.
•fCflFTS tor aubecnpliona are not rent unleas requested
The chamre of label on your paper hi» f«—! supply '
will indicate the recwt pl of your remtttace If it does not please notify ua
He should look to hi» own delda. All
BiSCOBl ¡suite fS If you do not wi*h your paper continue*! plea re notify us about the tint«' the
•uba* ription exptrea We rtnd thi» plan moat satisfactory to our patrons, though it is not tn dairy feiafs should Is- grown on the farm,
accords ace with our personal views
iinl<*»M it is a little comvnlrat.'.l feed.
ClAKi * iOMtSS In ordering change of address give old as well as new address
In »hat different lines of production
CtttGSFOMilTS are want»**! in every community If no correapon«1em*e appear» frost »our may the dairyman engage '
netghb*»rh<M>!. you are respectfully reqv .»sled t«> rend us a» many local item« as you «an
lie may —-1I the »hole milk to city
PROFESSION Al ('ARI’S lone inch). .»S* each issue <'ARDH <>F TH A N K <
(not exceeding two inches ’ V cents
I.ETTE KS OF CON Bo I EN< F (not exceeding four niche«) customers, or to city milk companies, or
Si OMTUARIKSfor subscribers or their immediate families, free up t«» l«v» words. I cent cream to creameries or to city deab-rs,
K t tiot A for additional words WANT \ DS at 1 cent per won! for tint Inserstion subsequent
serttons 1ft to 10 words. 1»’cents A) to :<»• words Iftcent»
1.» «>'word- J5 $ants
KKADLRS or butter to customers in city or to a
1 cent per word per issue
DISPLAY ADVERTISING rates ma te known on application
store—lb>m<. and harm
All Lodge. Grange. School, Church, or other notices or advertisements of socials, parties,
dances, wncerts. theatricals, etc . given for a profit, charged for at regular rate!«
In order to insure change of ad advertisers must have copy in this otttce not later than
Thursday preceding day of publication
j(N HIIBTIM is our specialty. We are well equipped to do the ln‘st work at current t-r
Kapecially farmers and business men’s Letter Heads Envelopes Rutter U raptors -■ *:*■•••.
•to., in small or large quantities. Auction Hills. Dodgers. Fosters etc . prime«! on short n*»th e
It took the Colorado Legisla
ture 120 days not to elect a Sen
Festival. June 5 to 10, and the
whole city is looking forward
eagerly to the event. It will be
bigger and better than ever this
year and the latch string to the
whole city will be out. Residents
of other Oregon cities will be
given a warm welcome.
President Taft says that recip
rocity. must come now or never.
In that case, let us have it now.
President Taft seems to see
good in the democratic house
The address of State Supt.
without straining his republican Aiderman at the commencement
exercises at District 8 seems^to
Count your change and see if have been another of Mr. Alder
yov’ve got the $34.55 that be man’s opportunities to serve the
longs to you by the Government’s state he has so ably assisted in
whatever he has already under
figures of per capita averages.
taken. District 8 is to be con
The man whose most import gratulated on having been hon
ant aim is what he shall eat is ored by the presence of the State
the fit name for the woman Superintendent. Not every coun
whose sole thought is what she try district of two rooms can en
joy such favors.
A sure sign of the economic
Agents of the State School
tendencies among the people is Appropriation Referendum Move
the steady falling off of the de ment admit that they have failed
mand for gold for use fn tti e to secure the required number of
jewelry trade in the arts.
names with which to accomplish
The announcement that the their purpose. They particular
House will revise Schedule K, ly had in charge the petitions in
putting raw wool on the free list opposition to the Agricultural
and cutting down the duties on College and The State Normal.
manufactured wool, is good news. Only 1422 names were secured
to any of the petitions and the
If Dr. Wiley, the pure food ex reason assigned is that the so
pert, interferes seriously with licitors were slow in beginning
headache remedies he may cast the work. We presume they
a gloom over the festivities of might have added that the peo-
the night before the morning p'e were also slow in signing
their names to a paper that
In the next Lorimer inquiry it would do no good and would
is to be hoped that the senate in cripple these institutions for a
vestigators will prove themselves still longer time, They have
at least mildly curious and inter been without a State Normal
ested in obtaining the facts in School for two years now and
they do not like to think of fac
ing an inefficient school of that
You may not know it, but nature for ancther two years.
smoking before meals renders
Do Ghosts Haunt Swamps?
the buccal bucosa insensitive to
No, Never. Its foolish to fear a fan
alimentary stimulation and neu cied evil, when there are real and dead
tralizes the olfacto-gastatory re ly perils to Board against in swamps
and marshes, bayous, and lowlands
flex. Try it and be convinced.
Portland’s campaign for a big
auditorium is now under way
and there seems little doubt that
it will be successful. Various
business and improvement clubs
are giving the movement their
Gov. Dix. of New York wants
to 3tock up the state’s abandon
ed farms with tramps. He
might lead Weary Willie to the
spot but it would be hard to
make him stay unless there was
a straw3tack there with a sunny
Dr. Wiley is going after head-
ach remedies, some of which do
their work by deadening the
nerves and putting the heart
well nigh out of business. His
idea is that it is better to have a
headache and know it than to be
dead and not know a thing about
It seems that there was
enough graft in Mexico to make
some of our graft experts look
like amateurs. For instance,
one half the teachers on the pay
roll of the department of educa
tion could not be found, but
somebody had called regularly
for their salaries.
Portland people are making
their plans for the annual Rose
The=e are the malaria germs that cau-e
ague, chills and fever, weakness aches
in the bones and muscles and may in
duce deadly typhoid. But Electric Bit
ters destroys and ea^ts out t. ese vicious
germs from the blorel "Three lottle-
drove all the malaria from mv system,”
wrote Wm Fretweli, of I. K ama. N. C
‘‘and I've had fine health ev r since.”
L -e this -a e, sure remedy only, .■>•)<• at
THE TOWN CRIER
Was put out of business
by Printer’s Ink
A Burglar's Awful Berd
may not paralyse a home no completely
a* a mother’s long illne?«
King**« N«*w I.it«* Pills ar«» a splemiid
remedy f»»r women “They gave me
wonderful benefit in cot -tipation an«l
fema'e trouble,’’ wrote Mr* M
lap, <4 I »ndill Tenn. If ailing, trv
them, 2’ h * at all druggist**.
Th® Undressed Philosophe«-
More whiskers ti an a girl would need
A pillowslip to stuff.
A crop of lilacs run to seed.
A shield from weather rough.
Some straxuliro: hairs upon his head
That vainly try to meet.
In color just n fa.led red
And that «* old Uncle i’ete
A coat that n'..t,vb<- w »s « f id
When Noah sailr«1 his ark
You «! hardly sj-«‘a«< of It as ’’glad’’
And Otting for a lark.
Description fails my pen:
A v<-t u it • • i' ■» o
There’s Uncle Pete again
But de l > n»»t judir«* him bv the mop
Free from »♦•'•traint and comb,
Or by the fa.i- d hairs on tup
That errace his shining dome,
Or by the garments out <-f «late
That he has worn so long.
For w!:i h th»* rag »nan lies in wait
To purchare for a song.
No; judge turn by his genial smile
And by his sage remarks
And listen to tils wis.lom while
It tiles from him In «parks
Advice you get hot from the bat
Bv sitting at his feet.
From wise old i ncle Pete.
Is then* anything in all thi* world
I M. SHORT, M D
that ta of more ini|s>rtHnce to you than
good digestion? E«» si must la» cairn lo
I». Bl ITNER, M. D
sustain life and lllllst I h » digest ed and
W lieti thè «Il
converted into blood
geMion fail« Hie w
l*odv hii IT« ih ,
Chamlferlain*« Tablets are a rational
and reliable cure for indigeMion. I'll y
increase the flow of bile, purify the
bliM»d. strengtiieu the stomach, and
Re* l*hnng 7GK Y
tone up the whole digestive apparatus Phone 137 J
R«**i«lence HIM |.’»lh **t.
to a natural amt healthy action. For
VANCOUVER. - - WASHINGTON
sal«» by all druggists.
Firwood Ltimber Co.
w. s. woo
Wanted. For Sale, Lost,
t>rti««*ini*utM ar«« run tituler this
bead at the rat«» «»f ONE « I- N V V VS ORD * IK*!’
»«Ibarqueui lu»vrti»»na will br
n»a«b- on IN to J»' word» (or I«» «rut« AH.».*»
words f«»r 15 rent* k* to 4«» wor«la (or
piiblishrd (or leas than IN «rut*
Cash tn advance rare pt I«» regular advertiavr»
w j orr
Ill AI»Ql ARII RS W III
III Al Pl .t ASAN I HOMI
w. F. M c K inney
(IIY 01 IAlRVlf VA
Bids Wanted for The Improvement
of first And Second Streets.
PORTLAND MARBLE WORKS
Our Method* Our Slock of
Lniiil**r ami Mtllw«»rk ami Our
Pri«a** We are «•<«nil lent I hat it
»11 r»—ult in *M,uring your busi
m— when y >u ne*«d anything from
a |Mtat to a bill «»f I hid I mt for a
h«»uw «»r barn
llrst-Cldss livery anJ Iced
Stables dl Borinq «in J Sandy
Triin»p«»rtation «4 all kind*
• 4 Baggage to Sgndy .imi
K<»r further Ititoruialloii ph>»u«* «»r w rii«-
I . I . DONAMI I . Prop
The U ’t in «piahty for the mon
ey. i* the ni«»tl<» u«- try t«» live tip
to. I »in«* in rind insigHl«*
Mill AHO TAROS AT tEHIS JUMCTIOM
HERALD BARGAIN OFFERS
DTA an«! Hl SI» A) < »!<►•.■ »NT
*b Ml W h I- K I.Y J« »CHS 4 I
I* A11 ) IOCRNAI
DAILY «nd Ht’SDAY J« »I RS Al.
I A' in«’ H«»MEril h AD
FAIT EK ITIAIHI
F< n I TRY J« »I l(S M (monthly)
«•RE«.« »N A».RI< I I TI RI*T
FARM J« »URN A I .* yr* an I ll .rv
M. « Al I.’.** M AfiAZINE «I ridirà*)
your watch 9
KEEP time :
an i then you’ll
it think of ua
* >rk gun ran
Job l«a\«*N our h<>|>
ar»* •»killed and ron*rienti«>ua.
not grumble al the prîtes.
Fred I). Flora
Thi« mice I« f<«r delivery by mall only ati<1
made * Ith ord» r
’ii remittance la
Patter« may !»«• sent to ««‘perale a l ire«««-« Nul»
«< ription* may tw^ln al an) tino-
(Near I’ap’a R«»stanrantI
l'h<»ii«* Il t
Mill I I 4 Hill« » •>'Uth«,s«t <•( K«
And a lot of other
People Is Described In
LUMBER $6 AND UP
1 «,<«■ ,t.M .
IHmrii.luti I umb. r .in hand
Konah and l>r. ■•«■d iumtw-r for all purpnaaa
6he HOME PAPER
>.-nd order lo Ji SHKI’li HHnM. »»..ring HI» J
l'est Dr. Hess
PAN A CI A
(Granu*“ ««r* o |ti« •»••«I t• » *• nd t»» Th«- ll« rnl-1
Iti(fitnation -•» that n bri«*« <ar<! < an
fr«-«* mid«-r U h - li« H«liiig
s« ti«! pla< « day mi ><(
h>>ur <>f iii«'»'t i mt. )
PLEASANT \ ALI I Y
GRANGE N.» II«
'I • « : ■ •« « • «hd 4 » ' ’. rd» nt ~
'pill it li I f< CI 11 h
rintui'la) a» I1' .»»»n tn every inoiitli
R(>< KWOOD GRANfth Me.-ta th» fir*. I Wed
n«'-«lay <»f ««'li month at k p in. a lid tliir'l Hat
ur«lav nt 1" « in
MI LI N»»MAH <»RAN<.E, NO 71.
fourth Hnturday in every month al 10 .P» a tn .
in Gram.'*- l«all. < >ri«*nl
EAIRVIEW *.RAN»«E M.-.-tw flint Kaltirday
hii «I th»« third Friday of <-»«• h month
Bl -'LIJATELE GRANGE no . i ».| 5fr. t» In
R u-•«• 11 v i I
-e liool hou«»1 on th«1 s««r«>ud Hal
ur«la> iti Ih«-«•veiling nini fourth Haturdny nil
EVENTS». -TA It «.RtS’t.E Meet« iji their
hall nt Houli» Mount I aleir «»li th«- first Matur-
«lay of » ach month at 10 a hi
All visitors are
M«*eta second Satur
»lay in »•aril month at 10 .to h hi
DAM \s( I s í.RANi.E, NO 2» h »
Saturday each month
LES I .* «.It A S»»h Me. tn n< < on<l Saturday of
pmc I i month at lo .to n m
< LA« K AM A'* f.RAS«.h SO 2*m Meets the
first Saturday In th« m«»nth at Io .to a m and
III«* third Hnlur'lny at 7 Mi p m
- ' •!' » '-U 1
T . •
Hnt ur«lay ol ••a» h mont h h ( |<> o'clock m in
«OLI MIGA «»RAS’ í .E S o 2»«.
M. els In nil
»lay -—ion flr*t Thursday in each month in
grange hall n« »tr < <n l»«‘tt
< LA* K A M t M « 1 1* \ S« > I’, meet - fi r»t H h t iir«la y
of »H«-h m««ntti at lo .'»i m, rii «| tlnr<l .'ntur
I hd you know that y«»ti co Id (••••«I
II»—s Poultry Pan-a «’•• »< the
halam «* of the \Vinter/all spring, in
fact until the lir-l <|a\ of \ugu I.
then it v«ui an- not
11 m fi••• I that it
ha*4 paid and paid lug
We will refund every cent you paid us
It i« to mak»* your hen* lay. to make
yoiir <’hick«*mt grow fast, heulthy and
strong, to cure gap«**, cholera »ml
Of c»»iirse you are experte«! to keep
votir poultry free from li«-«1 and for
that pur|H>M«* we know of nothing
tatter than IiiMtant Lou*« Killer.
LET US HAVE YOUR ORDER
MT. SCOTT DRUG CO.
Patronize the lierait!
He n Hoos ter
E. E. Marshall
Complete Stock of
Marble and Granite
284-266 Fiurth St
Opponi« City Hill
Beater State Herald and other papers ♦ ♦
TI h * price of III«* ll«*rahl alone is II
a y«*ar. but to th«»**«* w Lu would lik«* the ♦
ah an tag** <»f h «In I »hi ng rut** with other ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
pa|H*r«> we »»ff«*r th»* i«»il••mSg low
KrmrmtxT these jrr the lowed Katrx
FOR >\l.h. 3'» h«*a<| of goata, part <»f
them for butchering Mini th«* ot hero
with voting <»m*H Christian « »anten-
l«vin. 2 mile* aoutheaat <»i B«»nng Ore.,
•• 1 he Herald” in combination w ith Any
Route 2. tx»x 9.
of the following:
F< >R SA I.|- ’> year old w-«rk borite,
<*eL br<>kt*. John
EST N«. Tb I k«.K \ M
Hruinfer. I.ent«, <»re, one mile north- EV
A h b K I A ORKuONfIS
we-t of (iillsTt Station
DAILY <i|CE’.«>NT \s
Johnson à Von Zante
1‘rnva on all • »Id Slock
WON FIRST PRIZE AT ALL FAIRS
F< »là S\| I
*Mf.| p>»tato« - dpply J
\. Claiirihan l»i\i-i »n -treet. Orr-diaiii.
On*., Phonr »1 \
FoR SAI I—a tiro» voting team,
w»*ight riliout ,'‘»2lì", cheap. \d lr< -- W.
E Morgan, Tr«» lìh I«*, Or« goti
♦3x1 lò.ut.» I.
l.< • *-* I
One day little Margie saw a dray
L< >>T—At th»* < aza'l»*ro wreck, a
loaded with bides passing the house.
“Ob, mamma.” she exclaimed, "there amall celluloid picture of Our Mother
goes a man with a whole stack of of P«*rp«-t ual Help, edged w ith lac« and
M*w**d on a -mall piece of i < ardl*oard.
Fintier will pl**Mt»«* **-n«i same
■am** to ll.bn
Biwvett, box Hr*. Boring, i )r»*gon «•ar«*
Must Be Pretty.
ffn Have you ever looked In the
FOV.Nh- g od lap rob** I mile«
gin«* when you ar** angry? She No:
of < »r» — Lam x»ut the loth of la-i
I’m never angry when I look in Ole cenilwr Owner
< ’all at Be a \ er St
Saved Child From Death.
“After our child had suffered from
SI l*SC i f I.ANI- <>l
>ev»*r** bronchial trouble for a y»*ar.”
wrote <i. T Richar<lsori, <4 I hardson’s
I.I’M BER— \t our n»*w mill l1* mil»*«
Mills, Ala., “ we fear»*d it had consump *o»ith»*a-t of K-l*«>. \V** «l**liv»*r luml**r.
fiori. It lad a bad rough all th** time. Jonsrud Bros.
We tried manv remedies without avail,
ami doctor’s medicine <* emed a*» use
J. J JOHSHON
J<»HN VAN ZANTK
less. Finally w»* tried Pr King’* New
Pis»- very, and are pleased to say that
on** bottle effected a complete cure, arri
our chil<l is again strong arri healthy.”
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
For i-oughs, colds, hoar«»*nes“, lagrip|>e,
Rrmovp<1 from Commercial Hl<lg. to
ripa o Mi rie BLIg . 4*1 4 Wellington
asthma, croup and sore lungs, its the
mo»*t infallible remedy that’s marie.
Price 50c and *1 .»s» Trial bottle free.
Guaranteed by all druggists.
W A WEP
Boy* may iw bri«! xn«l
l'he older one* *!
«»niimtry wage* nti-i <»th«»ra io l»<*
schooled nml «’ur»*«! f«»r in return for
-light service** r«*mlvr»,»l. For particu
lar* riiitirva* \\ I Grti«in»*r. »up«*rin
t»*n«lent Bov** ami Girl* \i«l Soeictv »I
Or«*goii. Portland. Ore.
FOR>ALE Prall h«»r-« - an«l a
year «»!«! J er** y hull
IiHpiir»* «4 F W
('aiming. Kri ». < >n*.. Buring. < >rv . K I
GERMAN COACH STALLION
VV. C. Belt, M. 1)., C M.
NX \ X I I ■ I »
E<»K S\I.E -i«. I cedar
au.I cedar lumts r S|u-cial price, to
clean up the yard t »lesoti, l.iimlwr
Co , Boring, i »re l ei .‘>31 '
it it. <»rr
Ollii'p over Fimi State Bank
Beater Male ll«*ral«l. Gnxhain. ore
Fhmir. udire. Iv. rea . l*
Every«»nv who ha* Inuight egg", ami
they un* not a lew. sai«l, “I saw your a»!
OK Etit »N
in tin* Hemid.” I am very much plea* i.KESII \M.
«•«I with the results »4 my a«hvrtisilig.
Sincerely Mr**. I \ Ntubauer.
FOR SALE— a few head «»f hr«>k«*n
h'»rse* just arrive*! front Eastern (>re-
gon. Can l»e ae» n st J. W. Shattuck**
Ranch, Pa maar us, Ore. A«l»irese, lur
F«»r soreness of the mu«cles whether ing Route i
induced by violent exercises or injury,
FOR SALE o R TRAPE
Chamberlain's I.fnirnent is »*xcelleQt. «even Premo, rapnl rertlinear camera,
This liniment is als«> highly esteemed in fair condition. Bargain for hover.
for the relief it afford* in cases of rheu Dwnrr has a larger camera and wishes
to di*|s»*e of this to **et a jwket -ize
matism. Sol«l by all druggist*.
TrijKMl aii'l plate holders thrown in.
Cail Heral«! office, Gresham. >«*e «a»» pie
It was 4 a. in., and Bilkins crept
FOR SAI E—Green wo«M| rut two
softly Into th»1 bouse anil removed bls year*, |ô On a< rd deliver**«! in Gresh
shoes, but as be tiptoed upstairs on.* am. John Palmblad. Phoii**3sxl.
of the treads gave u loud creak, "Is
that you. John?” demanded Mrs. Bil
kins from above.
"No. my love," replied Bilkins. “Its ri netting <»f 15 »*gg* J »hn Palriilbn«!
FOR SALE »-h«»r-»- |Miw» r Stov»1
engin«*. E-l. < »-Lorn»*. Pln»n»*6 »l. tf
Broke It Gently.
“You broke your engagement with
L»t* for -al»* in <’»*«larvill«*. on ••a«}’
terms. Il W Sna*hal|. Pleasant View
“Yes, but I broke it gently.’’
Avenue; Gn’^ham, Route 3
“Told ber what my salary was.”
F d R SALE Er« sh milk <<»w <». F
Limi, Telephone 2H|.
>• 3led bid* will I»** received for th**
cuttir g ami filling hv th»* yard, and th**
gravelling by the vani of Fir**t ami
Second street** r< sp< < tr.e|y in the city
made separately for each atr»*et, and a
certified ch**« r for ten |e*r « ent of the
amount «4 ♦*<•« h bid must accompany
same Bid* will be opened the fi ret
day of June, 1911. The council reserves
th<* right to rej-rt any or all bi«l*. Es
timateli etc., can hr* aeen, ami full par
ticular- obtained relative to the work,
PRINTER’S INK Will Get Business either from the members of the street
We Do Up to Gate committee, or the Recon 1er.
G. O DOLPH,
Record»-r, City of Fair view
Mitchell, Lewis & Staver
PHONE 316, GRESHAM, OREGON