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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (May 26, 1911)
(J R E S H AM ANI) V I C I N I I Y
NO SEAT-NO RIDE
Don't fi,rif t tin
A CAR UPON
I MI-RB IS NO VACANT SI:AT
Perhaps you never heard of a community trying
to pass laws that would make it easy lor their own
policemen to arresfc them, but that is the ridiculous
condition ol affairs they are" trying to make them
selves believe will make an easy solution of the
street car problem.
VO I E “ NO ”
POR ILA ND RAILWAY
LIGHT AND POWER CO.
Mi»» Grace Lawrence, who lias l»-en
attending bueine»» college the past win
ter, ba» accepted a |>o»ition a» look-
, keeper for the Multnomah and Clacks-
ma-county Mutual Telephonet'otnpany.
*»he will also keep the taioka for the
< ire.hani Drug • "o.
The Oregon Nut A Fruit Co, ba»
bought a tract of land containing about
■si acres on the Ba»e Line road just lie-
low Rockwi»»L The price wa» »Xl.ixlo,
w Inch »how« the trend of increase in
valuation». The tract ha* I wen named
Caxmur and will be »old in «mall acre
age farm» to homeaeeker-.
EXCURSION FARES EAST
I'rom All Pointa on
Oregon - Washington Railroad &
St Joar ph
St. Paul, via Council Bluff*
M iniU’Mp'ill*, via Council BhilU
I hiluth, direct
Duluth, via Council Bluff*
May 1«, 17, I», In. 22. JI, 24, 2ft, 27, 28 and 29.
June 5, 7 '■•, In, 12. I'i, 17, 21, 22. 2s, 29 and 30.
July 1. 2, 3, 4, ft. 7, 19, 20, 2d, 27 and 28.
Alignât 3, I, 5, 14, 1ft, Id, 17, 21, 22. 23, 2* 29 and 3o.
Heptetnlwr I, 2, 4, ft, d and 7.
StojHiver» within limit» in either direction. Final return limit October 31st
One way through California fió.'«1 additional
Inqulrr at any <A-W. ft. A N, Agoni
f or More Compirle Information, or
Mi Ml HR AY, General
RANK OF (j RESH AM
Capital $15, 000
(Jenera! Hanking Business
Foreign Exchange Bought and Sold
Interest Paid on Time Deposits
Fire Insurance Written
NotaryJPublic and Conveyancing
Rockwood's Leading Merchant
INVITES YOUR PATRONAGE
-s-uior cl»«» play to-
Dr. !>>w*- May 31
Ndtiondl Nuidllondl Association
Sdn Irdnilstc, July ft-14
<’. N. Hinltli nf the Smith Land Co ,
For partie» di—iring to attend the aliove
spent the first of th« week in II' jo J
meeting a aj»-<-ial round trip rale nf one
and one-third fare has bsui made by the
Mi«»«« Mary and Minnie Helm» are
Southern Paiilic Company, from all
Ixith very sick with the uieaalee at Mr».
|»>inb* on it» line» in Oregon. Ticketnon
«ale June I, It), 21», 31), July 2 to h inelu»-
Mi»» Ixlia tiihliN who i» in training ive, with going limit July 10 and filial
at St Luke» hospital. Boise, Idaho, ha«
return limit Sej»teinber 15, 1911. Stop
been very ill but i» »lowly recovering. overs allowed within limit.
Neat Tuesday being Memorial Hay
For mon- detailed information, fares,
there will be no mail »ervice on the etc., consult any local agent.
I'oatothce will be ojien
from 9 to In in the morning.
Have Dr. Ix>we relieve your head and
Mr». (I. <1. Cone wu» »«riou»ly injur eye ax-lie with a p’kir of hi» correct fitting
ed Innt week by walking into the pipe glasse». They cost no mor*- than otlier«
ditch after dark. There was no light» and yon have the la-netii of his »kill and
at ibis place »o »he «tej>|M-d off without more than 20 year» <-X|»-ri«nee Consult
him alami your eyes and glaas*-» Wed-
Run» W Thorpe returned home thia newiay May 31, one day only at the jew-
week from Lester. Wash., where he i» •dery «tore of Mr. Fii-ldhou*»-
employed on the Northern Pacific. He
I» talking h vacation probably of »ever-
Many of our young women in Port
al week»’ duration.
land do not know how to eat, what to
The tiieek» at the lug Mount Hood eat . how to cook, what to cook ; how to
camp, at Craawt-H'». went on a »trike u walk, dre»», eat. talk or sing. Many of
few day» ago »nd 125 of them were dis them would l»e g eatly la-netilted all
Their lace» were tilled bv a through life by a -ingle term in the
mixed crew of Austrian» and Bulgar Oregon Agricultural
young women sent there have learned
J W Ri»it» ha» »uh ivided hia 720 how to lie healthy, heljdul and strong
acre» near Boring into »mall farm», in 1-ody and »ouL
lie will |>lai e ii on the market at price»
ranging from $17 i pi *225 |» r acre. It
Mun.«et Magazine (or Jime. “In Apple
i» in a g »«l district, on logged-off lend, laxiid," by Walter \
and i» well a-lnpted for fruit growing.
fully illustrated in four coloni.
MAKING IT A MISI»:MI:ANOR FOR
In OREGON’S MOST RELIABLE ASSO
CIATIONB furniahed at molerate rate».
WUt not represent any company unless thoroughly reliable
and careful attention to sanitary
conditions make your plumbing a
source of pleasure.
In "Standard” fixtures you get
guaranteed materials—you run no
risk. And in our service you re
ceive the results of experience,
skill, and an honest desire to furnish
plumbing of unequalled quality.
WEEK’S POINOS I N À N 0 A It (I UN 11 Till: CITV
Mr». R II. T<»l>l Im* lx*cn »|*er>'ling »
few <l»y« in Portland.
The people ol Portland are alxtut to have an
Antony the interesting propositions
they are asked to make into law is an ordinance
ANYBODY TO BOARD
Bigge.t Job in thè World," by Frank
The pre-*nt -tatù» of thè Pana
"The Speli,” by thè Wil-
liauiaoii». A-k your new«*leai*-r.
With parcels post systems In opera
lion and benetteially K> in practically
all leading foreign countries. It would
seem to tie but u »bort time until such
a system, or n modification of it. will
be adopted in Gila country. Country
dwellers are beginning to make insist
ent detunnd for the adoption of the
plan, and this means that the profes
sional politician who has bls ear
nearer to the speaking tube of the ex
press companies than the folks out in
the corn, wheat and cotton fields will
have to get bu.ry shortly if he stays
Miaa Edna Bell, formerly of Rock-
wi»a|, and well known all over eastern
Multnomah, wa. married at her home
in Portland on May II, to Char ea Cat-
They went to eaatern < >regon on
Now is the time to get nd of your
a honeymoon tour and will tie at
home next month in their new houae rheumatism. You will find Chamber-
lain’» Liniment wonderfully effective.
at W ood stock
One anpli ation will convince you of its
So far as known “Maple l»af" farm
Try it. For «»le by all drug
"Winalby W F. Craawi-ll. eight mile»
i-a-t of i in—ham. wa« the first to 1« reg-
i«t**n-d in Multnomah county under the
new law. The privilege coat« but a dol
How to Look Pleasant.
lar and many more will probably take
Ry her gracious and cordial manner
adianlag' of the op)«>rtuuity to »ecun- the wife of a western senator has long
an exclusive name for their farms.
charmed those no fortunate as to at
The four victim» of the «team »hovel tend her deliglitful "functions."
On one such occasion a close friend
«•client, last week, were buried in the
Gresham cemetery on Monday. Re was alluding to lhe hostess' graceful
lative» of thr.......f them were located method of making every one feel at
borne "How on earth ilo you manage
but those of D. Hunt are at ill unknown.
to do It?" the friend asked.
Clackamas county paid the funeral ex-
"Oh, ft's easy enough." replied the
jH-nses a« the Mount llood Construct
Woman with the engaging manner
ion Company refused to go to the ex- "As each guest approaches to shake
hands I just pretend to myself that
The public reception and entertain- i the person I am going to speak to is
nient given by the commercial club last some one I like’’—Chicago Record-
Eridav evening was a brilliant success xAV; Q «w.
and thoroughly fulfilled all expectation»
J. M Howell, a jiopnlsr druggist of
of ita promotors C. C. Chapman, the
Greensburg, Ky.. savs, "We use Cham-
famous “educator" of the Oregon De
berlain’s Cough Remedy in our own
velopment l eague, and \1
household and know it is excellent.”
were the »|>eakers. Other exercises
For sale by all druggists.
l>r Belt met with a painful accident
last Monday altermam at 1 30 on the
Hawthorne bridge. The car»
crowded cl--«e together while a l»»at wa.«
passing through and when the car in
front of the one that he wa.« in started it
-lipl»'.l hack, forcing the one la-hind it
buck into tile next otu-causing a eolli-ion
in which Dr Belt got thn-e riba on hia
left «ide broken, lie i» improving but
not able to r»-ume his practice yet.
The dairymen’« meeting tomorrow
nflerma-n will bring another l-ig crowd
into town. Th*- iissoeiation will elect!
five trustee«. after the by-law« have Iwvn
adopted, from among whom tlie officers
will beeluwn. Among those mentioned
for trust.-*-« are C. E. Fritz, The*»lon-
Brngger. II E Davis. F. II. Crane. II.
Mnllenhotl’, B. C. Altman and Ernest
Sehwedler. The membership will nun»-
la-r over So and they mean business.
The parents of half-grow n sons and
daughters in the cities of Oregon would
do well t<> consider the advantages offer
ed by the Agricultural College at Cor
vallis. The work there is a training
tnat makes for better women and l>et-
ter men, happier homes and longer
The daughters and sons of our
mechanics need thi- training as much
as do the children of the fnrmer.
J. J. WODAEGE
Carlson Htdg.. Main SI., (Jresham
PRINTER’S INK SPELLS
We Make It SPELL For YOU at Prices
Low They Will Astonish You
Come and Get Those Letter Heads You Have Been Needing So Long
OUR PRESENT SPECIALTY
Complete Lines of Garden
Seed, Implements, Sprays,
Chick Feed and Insect Killers
[T Is said that prosperity Is a better
test of character than adversity.
At any rate, it Is the one that has our
Ripe laying will n-iieli the city limits
on the east by tin- end nf thi« week and
will follow closely the opening of the
tn-m-h all the way through town. The
The reason Friday comes once a
huge ditch mid the great bank« of dirt
week Is becnusc we must have some
make things mighty inconvenient but
thing to accredit our bad luck to.
another month will see the job done
through Gn-sham. Following that will
It always makes a woman cross to
conn- tin- sewer eonstrnetiou and laying find her husband sympathetic with an
of city water pip,' and Gresham will have other woman's woes.
torn up street« all summer.
Would an old age pension induce n
woman to own to sixty years before
Why l*e bothered with two she was ninety!
pairs of glasses? Call at Field
house the jeweler. Wednesday May 31,
Man has no vanity, but still be does
have Dr. Lowe »how you the new glass like to show how nicely his hose
es with which von can see all distance». match his tie.
No lines or seams in the glasses to col
AVhat an antediluvian the man who
lect dirt and strain the eyes. Free [
demonstrations. Remember the date, used to do bicycle stunt»-at the couu-
ty fair apjiears today!
I)r. Lowe May 31.
"THE BEST EVER"
Try Our “Boss,” Gray
No more Seed Eating.
No more Dead Chickens.
Save your Poultry From Rats
We Handle Building Sand.
See Us for Prices on Fencing
Material. ^ur Stock Is Renewed Daily.
Br DV/VCAJV f*. SMITH
FASCINATING STYLES IN
We are shew ing a complete line of
AT K E A S O N A B I. F. PRICES
LADIES TAII.ORINO AND
THE WORK IS
THE PRICE IS