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GRESHAM. MULTNOMAH CO., OREGON, FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1911
Subscription, $1.00 » Year.
bedding aiid dust-free air, clean barn
AUTO ACCIDENT MONDAY NIGHT
yard, clean cow», clean and healthy
The heavy machine driven by Rus
milkers, ch-an milk vessels, and pure
sell Pugh was running at a alow rate of
water. He must feed clean wholesome
speed when he was struck by a buggy
feeds, iinixt have a sanitary milk-room
driven by W. T Walters. Thia was close
and abundant facilities for the cooling
to the < >. W. P. car line at Fairview. The
of milk and cream.
William L. Finley is making his first machine was driven far to the right,
A recent issue of the «irrgonian ha
Thecooling water» of Bine Lake, a mile
But no matter how go«xl the condi tour of inspection of the state in con leaving Mr Walters over two thirds of
an article relative to tin« development
north of Fairview have been the ¡x»int
tion of the milk when delivered if it is nection with his work as State Game the roail besides giving him a warning
ol this part of the country which is
toward which ii good many have fxx-n
carelessly handl«-«! in the home, tbe Warden. He left Portland, in company with the horn which was toot* I al) the
well woith quoting as it gives us an
drawn within the last week or two to
milk ur cream may «juickly become un with the State Game and Fish Com way from Gresham.
idea how others see this part of the
tlml a relief from the unusual heat.
fit for fixxi. The fact that vast quanti- mission a fw days ago, destined for
!«est country lu the wot.
Just a^ soon as the machine was
This ia also the nearest suitable point
of gixxl milk have been »¡»oiled in Klamath Falls, where he spoke to an struck, it stopped within ten feet to see
"Investment in acreage |n t-astrrn
for thoae who love to engage in the
the horn«- by improper treatment assembly of sportsmen from that dis if Walters was hurt, which be was not.
Multnomah ami Clackamas counties ia
sport of swimming Hut Blue Lake haa
prompts the writer to emphasize some trict, acquainting them with the policy Now there was two live* depending on
regarded as not only »afe but exceed-
a bad record. Its • urine • waters are
of the points regarding tbe care of of the new warden and assuring them help to come to them, Orwin Johneon
tngly profitable »ays I II Wells in the
tempered just right but a little ur«ler-
milk and cream In the home.
that instead of being unfriendly to the and Ezra Kelley, and a man was asked
Hunday Oregonian, A large sone ol
tieatli there is a strata of extreme Cold
lew consumers have a grxxi know- hunters and fishermen of the state, it to give half of the road in a case of that
suburban property has I »<*<• n o|ienrd
ness that seems to »peak of outcropping
lislge <>l milk an«i consequently do not was hie purpos«- to develop the state of kind and he did not. We don’t tbinlf
•ml made available by the Gresham
springs. Hence the lake has corne to
know how to properly care for it. Milk Oregon to such an extent, that, within : it was right.
branch of the Portland Railway, Light
lie known a»a dangerous laxly of water. i
and cream readily absorbs odors, and a couple of years, there would be no
A Powrr Company, the Troutdale ex
By the piece put in the Outlook the
Within the last week fishermen ami '
collects tract« ri^ and other impurities better part of the United States, so far first of the week, the machine driver
tension of this line and tbe Mount Hisel
others have found the ixxlies of three |
whenever they are expose«! to the air, as these two features are concerned.
railway. At Hycamore station, on the
an<i its occupants were to blame for the
j>eraona cast upon tbe shores and one
placed in utensils that are not scrup
The immediate purpose of the pres accident. Now the straight of it ia be
road which leails to Pleasant Valley, a
¡«rson known to the people of Gresh
ulously clean. If Ibis fact is generally ent trip is to inspect the state hatcher fore the public and. let them judge
tract of Ho a< res ha» just been sulxli-
am. ha» gon«- to hi» death in the placid
uederstood it can easily !»e seen why it ies, investigate locations for several new
vided into smaller tracts and offers in-
The machine was lighted according to
waters of the lake.
is objectionable to store milk, uncov ones, begin the enforcement of the laws law and tbe driver was careful all the
ducements to the man who wants a
(tn last Monday evening a crowd of
small farm near the city. There are
Gresham >x»ys consisting of iz-e Uar-| ered, in refrigerators or cellars, where with .reference to screening all irriga way.
it come» in contact with vegetable* and tion intakes and providing fishways at BY ORDER OF THE OCCUPANTS
few valleys in tbe state mor< beautiful
man. Frol llo»», Orwin Johnson, Hugh
fruits or other fo>»l prcxlncts |<>»seeaing all dams.
than Pleasant Valley. I nlrance to the
OF THE AUTO.
Walker, Ezra Kelley Russell Pugh, and
«xiorx. As milk is a perfect food
Speaking of fish screens. ‘‘No one
valley is by a roail running south front
Will Dufney in Mr. Pugh's autu—went
There are twi-nty million cigars on- to the lake to enjov a swim. All but for the human being, so is it also a per seems to realize what an important ;
A numlier of th” old farms have Imen sinned daily rf tbe United State» alone, the latter two, who »laved at the ma fect medium for the development of matter this is. The way thinge have
The following letters remain uncalled
sulslivided and •«>!<! off H. W. Henas- and the importance of the Mtabliah- chine, were soon in the water. Between certain bacteria which may gain access lx*en going, our hatching of trout has
ball, an old resident ol the. valley. de metit in the country of plantations that shouting and splusbo g around no one i to it from the dust laden air, flies and come practically to naught, in streams for at the Gresham postoffice for the
Clares that th«- district is one -I the can pr«»luce high grade Havana and was getting any particular attention unclean utensils. Hotne of these bac- where irrigation intakes are numerous. *eek ending July 15. 1911:
--------- : C. Lindenbhttt, Mr.
finest near Portland lie has sold many Humatra cigar wrap|«ers, can only la- ami when Ezra Keilev dropped out of U-ria may lie the germs of contagious Trout relAin-d at one inch in length
real I««! when the immense total of the sight, it was supposed lie was merely disorders; others may cause digestive having little sense and no idea as Itj ' Grant Otis, Elmer Careon. Harry Knk-
of the tracts to newcomers.
"Farm land at and around Gresham consumption of cigars is kept in num!, diving But his failure to reappear orders, es|x*cially in infant« and young where to go, follow these currents cans- j emv, Win. Jonson, Lorin Melvin.
•d by the inflow of water into irriga- ■ Cards: Charlie
is held as high as $500 an acre ami looking at the matter from a practical »<xm caused an alarm, ft was growing chihlren whose diet it i- largely.
tion canals. Il
there is not milch for sale at any prire,
toward h :.ki ami the water was too dark
as tbe owners prefer to hold on to their country lias depended so long upon the to tell where he was or to give him any ma.iy germs which may gain ac< ess to to the segregation of water, they find Springton, E. R. Boty, Earl C. Barber,
Robt. C. Goeswaw. A. Anderson, Fran
land. Beyond the Boring and bandy small districts in Sumatra and Cuba assistance. When he did not show up the milk «ievelop very rapidly while things very uncomfortable, because of
districts Boring Is a town on the Esta
; ,i wild •currying to find him began.
Dead* Letters: Fred Walton, G. I.
cada carline and covers a district als>ut gratis tobacco leaf for its choicest Beveral ol the numlier tried to reach niav mean a temperature above 50 deg. gradually grows more shallow, until
seven by six tulle» in extent.
him Not knowing just where he disap-
years past absolutely impossible to pro l»-ared ■ ff irts were almost useless. Rus may be kept perfe«-tly sweet for 24 fish are left to die on open -fields. Of
These letters will be sent to the Dead
More freight is handle,! at Boring
duce anything to compare with it.— sell Pugh was called down to the water hours, while if kept at a temperature a million trout released, it is safe esti Letter Office on July 29, 1911. if not de
than at any other station outside of
"The ('harm of Alabama," Joe Mitchell and lieing somewhat expert as driver lie of 70 deg. F. it may sour in less than mate that scarcely more than 100,000 livered before. In calling for U.enhove,
Portland and Estacada. It is the »hip
Chapple, m National Magazin«' for July. attempt«-,! to locate I zra, bug wi- not 0 hours This should emphasize the- live on this account. The law provides ! please say "advertised," giving date of
ping point for Handy and the Handy
imp.ortance of low temperatures in the that screens of the right character shall hat.
I. McCOLL, P M.
successful Orwin Johnson and Fred
Valley. Up lo the present nearly all
Hoss ran down the lake to find a boat,
the freight for the power plant ol the
HOM IODLSIROY PLANT LICE
cam«’ back and while warm with the 1 The following brief rules should en- er of tbe ditch concern*!.
Mount Hood line was shipp*! through
av c, «•• <u> trrrr
able the consumer to properly care for
Mr E’iniey proposes to protect tbe
Boring It will now lose that •» the
Thi» is the time of year when rose run and work. Orwin undertook to find the milk so as to have an article, that trout state, under the law. with all the
Rockwood Grange will give its mid
Mount Hoot! railroad has la-eii complet bushes, golden glows, boxelders, cher
is at all times sweet and wholesome:
rights and privileges at his command. summer dance on Haturday evening,
ed lo the Handy river. Mill Boring will ry tr«x-» and other plants are likely to lost bis life He wa» taken with cramps
1. If possible insist on getting the He realiz«-» the importance of so doing, July 22. Parsons’ orchestra has been
remain a prosperous point for the rea lie infested with lice that •up their
milk in a bottle or other originally both to the farmer, as well ae to the engaged permanently and the price of
son it is the center of a fertile farming vitality and make them unthrifty, hours.
sealed package. Milk dipped out of a sportsman. Th«» law on this subject tickets reduced to 75 cents, with supper
district and retains the trade of Handy. These lice are rather easily controlled
com«- to Fairview and to Gresham for can in the street likely means that large I will be rigidly enforced. Reports have extra.
The Handy wagon road, starting from with simple spray materials,
number of bacteria from the air may also come to the ears of the tisb warden
Boring and running du«- east two miles
As these insects all get their living by assistance. No ductor could be found have fallen into it.
that fishways are not being maintained,
to the Mount H< mm I railroad and the sucking the sap of the plants u|sm and some of the younger men of tbe
2. Money or tickets should not be as provid*l by the law. Several viola
Mount IL kh I automobile boulevard and which they live, it is usless to attempt
Members of the Pleasant Homa Bap
thence to Mandy, is being wi (en*l and to kill them by the use of |M>ison, such ami Tom l*odge am! Ezra Thomas
clinging to thewe might thus gain ac one of the urgent reasons of the trip to tist church are urge,! to lie in attend
improved as a fine automobile road
as Paris green or arsenate of lead put returned to assist in the search. I cess to the milk.
the Rogue River country. No owner ance at tbe church at Cottrell on the
"Land is la-ing cleared and farm» upon the surface of the plants. They They were <1«-tained on the way back by
! of a dam is allowed to operate it with thin! Sunday of the month if possible.
sulslividi-d, and the Mf'llit Hood rail must I»- destroyed by the application variou» vehicles which gut in the wav warm place for any length of time, but out complying with the provision that < Idination services will be held during
road is increasing the price of land all of a substance that will kill by coming and in one instance ran into one which place as soon as possible in refrigerator j requires the construction and main- the week and other matters of church
stsmt Boring and Handy, but the price in contact with the eiterior of their ■Muted to ««ant the whole road. After or ice I kix or other cool clean place.
' tenance qf a ladder or other method interest will be considered.
is comparatively low when the lis-atlon luxlies. Among the most useful sule i vainly trying to get around it they
J. R. Logan, Pastor.
for the trout to pass up the stream. The
is considered, the territory la-ing lie- stances (or this purpose are Kerosene attempted to pass and in doing so ran the original package until needeii for reason for this statute is apparent to
tween and near two interurban electric emulsion, that is atsiut 7 |>er cent oil into tbe wheels of the rig and tore them use.
every thinking man. If a dam is locat
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
cat lines, and la-ing near Portland Be when applieti. tobacco decoction made away, however w itbout seriously hurt
5. Uareiully wipe the mouth of the ed at the lower end of a river, on which
sides the electric cariine*, automobiles by steeping, a little tielow the boiling
no fishway is maintain*!, it is easy tc
bring thia vast district within the near |x>int,j>jig..pound of tobacco to each ued until darkness completely covereil from it.
of the Interior, I'. S. Ijtnd
suburbs of Portland liecause of well- four gallons of water; or one pound of the lake, and the resusication of Orwin
Oregon, June 24, 1911.
improved country roads.
soap preferably whale oil lo eight Johnson wa- a prob em. He was not milk which haa lieen exposed to the air. dam. This is unfair to owners along
Notice is hereby given that John Roy-
The varied soil is adapted to the rais- gallons of water. W ere it can lie ob ed Gresham, shortly after midnight. A
Keep the bottle covered with rivers above such dams and a great iaiiee West, whose p««t-nffice address is
ing of celefiy, fruits of all kinds, onions, tained, Black Leaf Extract, one part in
paper «*ap or inverted tumbler as lung damage lo the propagation of fiish.
530 Davis St., Portland. Oregon, did, on
berries. |x-nrs and apple» and, in fact, 7o parts of water, or "Black Leaf 40 ’
the 1st day of July. 1910, file in this
morning and foun<f the b«xiy of the lost
all lines of specialized intensive hus in (lie proportion of one part in 700 of
8. fftonot expose uncover*! milk in1
office Sworn Statement and Application,
WHEN HIE WILE GOES ON A VISIT No. 02<»s3. to purchase the
bandry. All this territory between water, is a very effectual •pray for all
j much doubled up and distorted, show
Of Joy, my wife has gone “bygosh”
Portland and Boring and Handy is non plant lice.
Section 2 and st2 sel4. section 3, Town-
ing that he mn-t have suffered from foods.
• «•liable for intensive cultivation.
Hunset Magazine for July vacation
9. Wash milk bottle* as soon as Sow through the mud “kerslosh.”
' ship 1 North. Range t> East. Willamette
cramps which completely disablci him.
Land ranges in price from Altai to $15o time at Izix Angeles Benches, The Call
Meridian, and the tinilx-r thensm, un
ami do not use milk utensils for I’ll tramp right up to the front door,
Communication was opened with his
And stalk right in anil furthermore.
and 318't an acre, according to location of the Cool Breeze by Peter IL Kvne.
the provisions of the act of June 3,
relatives in Wisconsin and with a
and whether cleared or partly so. The Beautifully illustrated in four colors,
10. —Wash inilk utensils in pure I’ll march right straight across the rug 187S. and acts amendatory, known as
brother who is teaching in Minnesota.
Ami throw my hat ami coat “ker-chug I lie "Timber an,l Stone laiw.” at such
rout«* of the Mount Horn! railroad has The Hpell, by C. N. A A. M. Will
It was decided to have the laxly re'urn- water ami do not wipe with dish towel,
Down on the table or a chair and walk I value as might lx- fixed by appraisement,
been smveyed along the west side of iamson. I hinting- Fi-hitigMotoring-Fic
ed cast for burial and the shipment was
i and that, pursuant to such application.
Away anil leave it there,
the Sandy river an«i near Sandy on to- tion on sale all news stands.
I made Tuesday evening.
I’ll sit down in my easy chair and stick | the land ami timber thereon have been
Ezra Kelley w.ts a young man of
appraised, the timler estimated 700,000
My feet up here and there ;
■ about 19, who has been spending the taken with the baby's milk bottles.
l-oard feet at 50 cents }>er M, anil the
I'll throw books ahd papers all about,
I last few months in this vicinity. He
And turn the darned house inside out; land >80.00; that said applicant will
I was well ami favorably known by the
I’ll have my way frotn morn till night, offer final proof in support of his applica
Ihxiges, Fieldhouses, and O. Thomas soda and then scalded. In selecting a
tion and sworn statement on the 12th
I tell you batchin's out of sight.
and family. Everett I'lxige accompan
—Los Angeles Evening News, day of September, 1911. before the Reg-
ied the body east.
(To be continued, t
¡»ter and Receiver of the United States
ber tube between bottle and nipple.
1*2. In case of contagious diseases in
would achieve financial success if they would utilize the advantages offered
Any person is at liberty to protest this
: the house such as typhoid, scarlet fever
them by a good bank.
(ARE Of MILK AND (REAM IN THE or diphtheria, n-turn no milk bottles to DEATH AND FUNERAL OF MRS. HILL purchase before entry, or initiate a c©n-
Mrs. C. 8. Hill die«! Tuesday evening test at any time before ¡latent issues, by
Every young man should remember thia and early in life establish a
tbe milkman without the permission of
her home east of Gresham of a long filing a corroborate«! affidavit in this
go«xl banking connection.
Sanitary milk is milk from healthy the health officer.
malady which has developed office, alleging facts which would defeat
cows produced and handle«! under con
It brings him in close contact with men of business and brains,
11. F. Higby,
last two days. The doctor the entry.
ditions in which contamination from Dairyman Idaho University Experi
teaches him habits of economy and thrift, places him in position to take ad-
filth, bad odors and bacteria is reduced
vantag«* of some of th«- opportunities that are always presenting themselves
to a minimum. The production of
to the man with money, makes him a respected member of the community
Mrs. Eaton who located on the Gedam-
Sprains require careful treatment.
clean and healthy milk is the most im
and gives him the backing of th«- bank's far-reaching influence.
A Peek Into His Pocket
portant subject with which th«’ dairy would show the box of Bucklen's Arni ke tract Ust fall, soon after «-oming Keep quiet and apply Chamberlain's
jqe.uan account with us and you will And that it adds to your neigh
man has to deal Even from an econo ca Halve that E. 8. Loper, a carpenter, here she was followed by Mr. and Mrs. Liniment freely.- It will remove the
bors’ goo<! opiniou and increases your own self respect.
Hill and two children. The funeral soreness and quickly restore the parts
mic standpoint the dairyman cannot of Marilla, N. Y. always carries. I
afford to ignore that importance of pro have never had a cut, wound, bruise, was held at the M. E. Church on Wed to a healthy condition. For sale by
nesday and the fuueral sermon was all druggists.
ducing a pure and healthful article for or sore it would not soon heal,’’, he
preached by Rev. Hamilton, assisted by
we find milk produced under alisolutely writes. Greatest healer of burns, boils,
sanitary conditions selling for practi scalds, chapp*! hands and lips, fever- Rev. Dunlop. Interment was made in
Important Clubbing Offer; The Pa
the cemetery at Gresham.
cally double the ordinary price. Need sores, skin-eruptions, eczema, corns
cific Monthly, The Herald, Hammond’s
less to say, for the production of sani •nd piles. 25c by Gresham druggists.
Modern Atlas of the World, worth >6.50.
tary milk the dairyman must have
Mt. Hood Railway carnea passengers. for only 32.75. The Regular price of
I healthy cows, sanitary barns, clean
Try a Herald subscription.
the atlaa ia 33.00.
Retter accommodation» later on.
GtTS BIG WRITE-UP
ward Mount Hood, which will bring
the line through the Handy Valley.
Orient, I'U-asant Home, • Kelso, Cot
trell are the other important settlements
Pleasant Home is a pioneer settlement,
soil is a considerable business center for
a large district. Practically all the
road» through this territory pass
through Pleasant Home, including the
Mount H< mm I automobile road ami the
Cottrell road to Handy, a road which
skirts the western bluff alxive the Sandy
river. This roa»l, while not so well im
prov*! as the automobile road is one
of tlie most pictur<-»que in the state
For a<iont a mile it follows the bluff
fcbove the Handy river ami ail the ter
ritory lo the base ol Mount Hies] is in
The territory between the O. W f
ami Mount Hood is well watered by
the numerous streams which run
through it, but the main stream is Deep
Creek, which runs past
Churches schoolhouse» and attractive
farm houses are seen in this zone, ami
there remains a large and inviting acre
age lor the others.
MANY MORE MEN
FIRST STATE BANK
DROWNED IN LAKE
FOR STATE WARDEN