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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (July 28, 1911)
GRESHAM AND VICINITY
It attacks your energy and makes Sum
mer tile season of “lazy days.”
this “droopy” condition by using a sim
ple and economical expedient—an Elec
It keeps the air clean and cool and in
vigorating—it keeps human efficiency
at par. In a close, stuffy room you get
stale and drowsy—in a cool room you
feel keen and active. An intelligent re
gard for physical economy demands the
use of an Electric I an Costs less than
ONE CENT AN HOUR TO
LIGHT AND POWER CO.
POR I LAN I), OREGON
BANK OF GRESHAM
J. Elkmgton, I’re«. Jno. Sier®». Vice Pre».
Emil G. Kartell, Cashier
(ienem! Hanking Business
Foreign Exchange Bought and Sold
Interest Paid on Time Deposits
Fire Insurance Written
Notary Public and Conveyancing
Miss Ijiura Bulkeley >|>erit Wednee-
The Northern Trust Co , which has
day evening in Portland.
th® Cleveland acres on the market, has
II. E. Davia and family are al tiieir presented the Commercial Club with
10,<10 |sntal card circulars which will
mountain home at Welches.
Mies Florence Cleveland, of Portland, lie mailed to people far away, as a
is spending a few days with Mrs Earls. luems of letting them know something
aleiut the resources of Gresham ami its
8. McCargar of Tillamook Is spending
vicinity. An outline map and a good
tlie week with Mr. ami Mrs. M. Car-
picture of Gresham and the valley from
the butte embellishes the card, with a
Fishing parties to Bull Run are pop text of more than * thousand words
ular just now, Several good catches descriptive of this section. Reference
were made there la t Sunday.
is made to all our resources and the
Grandma Wood and Mrs. Harry dioMmination of thia literature cannot
Wood went to Montavilla today to fail to produce some good results
spend tlie day with relatives.
The Mount Hood Transmission crew
W II. Congdon lias just received the la busily engaged distributing poles lor
sad news of tils oldest brothers death, the |>ower line and the work of setting
J. C. Congdon at Brainard. Minn.
them up is underway. From the pow
L. P. Manning, carrier No.3, will take er plant at Bull Run the line will go
ilia vacation August I. Mary Hanson lias straight to <'ottrell and from there to
learned Hie route and will b® his sub Cottrell Junction, at Craawells, from
whence it will follow the railroad into
R. I. Anderson, of North Yamhill, Portland. The route to Cottrell Junc
Oregon, made the Herald otfice a call tion was chosen liecause of less danger
last Saturday while in Gresham on to the wires from land slides around
the Sandy bluff.
Clarence Irish snd Miss Nellie Bur
Miss Helen Metzger iias gone to
Quincey, Ore , to visit her mother, Mrs. gess were married in Portland July 20th.
Grace Quick. Mies Helen' took her They will reside in Gresham.
Mrs. E A. Kelley of Montavilla is
c usin, Miss Bonnie Metzger, with her.
Miss (July will not go to Portland on spending a few days with her grand
library business during August and the daughter, Miss Bessie Howitt.
Roy Wood s|>ent a couple of days at
library will be closed every evening 'lur
ing August but will o|>en at the usual | Bnllrun this week.
hours during the day.
The Shattuck A Lindsey baseball
STRAY—Brown Swiss cow, with one
team has been reorganized with Sig i born and bell was taken up at my place
Knighton as manager ami aeveral new Tuesday morning. Owner please call,
players. The season will la» finished j pay coats and take the cow.—Mrs. J. E.
with some good games during the next I Jonss, Fairview, Ore.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Nye, of Portland
The writer varirxl the March prun
i will go to Welches next week and open ing of his [H-ach trees considerably thia
the Merrill cabin They will tie ac year, cutting some lightly and others
companied by tiie Misaes Ethel Merrill severely at blossom time. It is Inter
and Grace Rhule and Messrs. Charles esting to note that those cut most
and Lee Merrill.
heavily are not only making the most
E. E. Chipman has returned from his vigorous growth of new wood, which
vacation, lasting fifteen 'lays, and went will bear next year's crop, but carry
to work again this morning He and the best sized and moot thrifty looking
fruit at the present writing.
his wife spent moat of their time with
their auto in Columbia and Yamhill
counties visiting relatives and friends.
Happiest Girl In Lincoln
Thomas Bell, working for l>. I. Neal,
A Lincoln. Neb., girl writes, “I ha<l
fell through a hay loft a few days ago been ailing for some time with chronic
and was severely bruised His right eonstii>ation and stomach trouble. I
-boulder *M di«lo<-ated. nnd other in- Ix-gan taking Chamberlain’s Stomach
piries added to that mlliction has laid and Liver Tablets and in three days I
A him up for an indefini'e period
wa- able to be up and got better right
Jack, tiie youngest son of J.-rry SUM along I am the proudest girl in I.in-
+ i<o «ma badly eat aboat the lower part ' coin to find such a good medicine.”
of hia right leg on Monday by the sharp For sale by all druggists.
J shoe® of a horse. He was at work lift-
Bids will I* received by the school
ing hay for Charles Cleveland and got
in the wav of the team No bones were lH>ard of school district 6, joint, locat
ed at ' >rient for the purpose of changing
broken and he is recovering rapidly.
an<i adding more windows in both stor
It is announced that the new concrete
building will lie tenanted on Aug. 1. ies of the buildings. These bids must
It is practically finished and has the l»e in or before July 31, For full par
new hotel "The Congdon" surmounting ticulars apply to the school board.
H. G. Mullenboff. Clerk.
the front. It will
occupied by Ster
ling A Joh'son, with hardware; the
For summer diarrhoea in children al
Anchor store, with groceries and dry-
goods ; the Banks of Gresham and the ways give Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy and castor oil,
Box frames for the man holes and and a speedy cure is certain. For sale
valves along the new pipe line were put by all druggists.
in during the past week and the trench
in being filled. The line lias all been
tested as far as completed and the work
Ta!#»a of grafting all remind us
Legislators can be bought.
from the Sandy to Mount Talsir is
And the rising would be leader
nearly done. Considerable surplus dirt
Sure will shove us if we're caught.
through the citv w ill have to lie re
For he needs a reputation
moved It will l«e used to till some of
Just to help him catch the-vote.
And just now the young reformer
the low places.
Is the man of greatest note.
With continued g'»d weather the
So that It to run your business
clo-e of the week will see the largest
You some legislators need
hay crop ever harvested in Multnomah
Of the tearless young attorney
You would better take good heed.
county almost entirely put away. All
the barns are full and there are proba
Parson’s Poem A Gem
bly lo.tksi tons in stacks awaiting the
>tn Rev. II. Stubenvoll, Allison,
haling machines Hay prices are low
n praise of Dr. King's New Life
er than they were last year, common
“Thev'fe such a health neces-
mixed hay now lieing sold from the field
In every home these pills should
|>er ton. l ast year it brought
If other kinds you've tried in vain.
♦ 12. If is not believed that last year’s
I SE DR. KING'S
high prices will prevail this year, but
And be well again. Only 25c by Gres-
the whole yield can easily lie disposed
of at a good ligure w hich will yield a
BOYS AND CIGARt ITES
Parents and teachers have been great
ly annoyed on finding that their little
boy has commenced to smoke tobacco
Well, why will a boy smoke when he
knows that it is bad. and it will make
hitn sick’’ He knows perfectly well
that it has an offensive odor, is a dis
gusting habit, ami that he must become
deathly sick in order to learn the art.
You told him it was wrong and he
knew it Then why will he do it? Oh,
that is simple when you know the boy.
The boy seel that it is men that smoke,
so the idea dawns on him that it will
make him a man to smoke. So he com
mences. The impulse of manhood is
so strong in him that he will almost do
anything in order to Is*" a little man.
Now your business as a teacher is not
to give that boy moral instruction, but
to attack his conception of manhood.
Tear that conception to tatter.—Pacific
We Make It SPELL For YOU at Prices
So Low They Will Astonish You
Com® and Gat Those Latter Heads You Have Been Needing So Long
For sale by all
Highest Cash Prices Paid and Boxes Furnished
P. 0. Cleone
5 OREGON AGRICULTURAL COLLEGER
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will show sag beg or girl bow to BCCCBBD Dreg a
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Will pay you 3 % on 6 months’ deposits, 4 % on 12.
Check Deposits Solicited.
Drafts and Letters of Credit Issued.
Tax Statement on application.
NEW DISPLAY, NEW STOCK
NEW AND BETTER
Staple and Fancy Goods of
The Complete Home Furnisher
And WHEN you get
married let in print
your wedding Invi
We Simply Dote on Help-
intf Along the Good
Never leave home on a journey with
out a Isrttle of Chamberlain’» Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It is
almost certain to be needed and cannot NAME
be obtained when on board the cars or
and cal! on uj
Italian Prunes and Peach
Firwood Lumber Go.
I*ealera in Rough and Deeeeed
Special Prices on all Old Stock