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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 1, 1911)
OPENS SEPT. II
QIAHIIKIV MIIIIM. «I
Illi I Kit MIS' (HI KI tl
BIG MELTING Of
Ml. HOOD GRESHAM STAIk)N COM
HOOD RIVER IS
Df ATH CLAIMS AN-
Announcement is maile that tin- Mt
II ims I Itoad will throw open it» firn- new
<li-|»rt at (iri-abam on Sunday, ready to
George W. Merithew, of thia place,
take pro|»-r care of all biisiiu*»» that may
died Saturday, Aug. 26 at the Good
Ttw-»chiMil yeat will commence Sep
A meeting of the de|s>aitors of the
Samaritan Hospital and was buried
lemls-r II m Is-iil» under the jurisdiction
defunct Mount Scott bank is called for -lation agent for that place and he will lowing a score against them, the crack from Finley's Undertaking parlors
<>f the »chool l»ia rd of the < ex of Port la n< I
Monday eve, September 4, in Duke's
Sunday. Interment in Multnomah
hall. Much business of vital interest come, ami will take in answering ques team composed of the best of the two
Doubtless many of th«- simili children
is to come up. Each and every depositor
are already »baking tla-lr head» ami say
Deceased was a respected citizen of
Tld- will not only I m - headquarter» defeat at the hands of the Gresham 1
is urged to attend in person.
ing "orful mean thing*,” which the
Lents for some years, coming here
The de|HHiitor8 of the defuhet bank
older scholars, tin»»' desinili» ot attain
The Giants were under the guidance from Sisson, California.
are given assurances that Myers, the headquarters for the road for some time
mg a higher education, are delighted
He was a member of the Odd Fellows.
Jess Dunbar, this being his first ap
president, will be brought before the
by yard ineiumre that « c I kmi I 1» tn com-
»ATI MIlAV, »KI-TKMIIKK
Mount Scott Camp No. 188 had charge
Circuit Court and asked toexplain mat din- ted from thia location as well as
uiencr so main.
Evangi-liatic Si-rvice, 2 3tl p ni.
of the burial services, going from here
the repair work which will l>e nece»- teams.” Bartholomew accompanied
Tin- new building will not I»- r< ady for
Evangi-listic s»-rvi«x-, 7
to Portland by car and thence to the
Myers, it will be remembered, was sary from time to time. It is anticipat
lacupancy m time for the opening of 1) m -
st'NllAV, »KI'rKMHZR IO, 1911.
set at liberty after his sensational cap
term, but acconiinodatmn wil$ I h - provid
Sunday S i 'I hmi I, '* l’> u ni
He leaves a widow and one child to
ture in Montana, on $3,000 bail. Since sive shops and do all their repair work the Giants and Kelt his battery mate mourn his loss. They have the sympa
ed lor all in the old building»
Meeting for Wurship, 11 ho » m
then various rumors have been afloat
Prof llerwhlier will again head the
Mi»-i--ngry I »inferem»-. .’>**'p u
The company wi-die- to have it under- way and that way, always in the nick thy of the entire community.
as to his operation».
lent» school lie expect» a large en
Christian Kadeavnr, 6.i*> p m
mm I that the new road i» to I m - consid of time.
Attorney C. M. idleman of Portland
rollment tins year ami looks for » Very
Topie "Olir I k-iioliiiDaliiil."
What makes the victory more decisive 1
»ui-ceMsful term of whisiL last year’»
Evangeli-tic Si-rvin-, 7 :«• p n
THE EDITOR’S EASY LIEt. GENERAL
the depositors and is at present at work will I m - plt-uM-tl to he known m>Gresham’* is the fact that the Giants were minus |
enrollment was over the mio mark
on the case. He will handle the CM UC politic servant.
Other new building» an- l»-ing < rv< ted
greaves and Arch Parrott. Had they
»1 Ito-»- City Park and Ferawood, I»--
Tho days after the decision of the when it comes to trial.
Most anyone can be an editor, «ay»
been there the boys would doubtless
As yet there ia not a sufficient sum
sidea the new Lincoln High School at Supreme Court suppressing the Stand
the Harveyville Kansas Monitor, All
Wist Park and Mill -tr«» t- The Ro»«- ard Oil Co , that company showed how on band to warrant the court in P«r-,
In all, nine runs were garnered off of the editor has got to do is to sit at a
City Park »e|»<>ul uiid the F>-rnw<»»l adly it fell over the blow by declaring mitting the receiver to declare a second
apple pickers, while they in turn desk six days out of the week, four
m h«Hil are l*» I»- of rx-inloreed concn-tr, a dividend of $39 00 per share for that dividend. Although there is something
weeks out of the month, and twelve
one lone tally.
entirely fireproof, according to the r< quarter The gamblers in Wall Street over $4700 on haiai. a part of thia is the
months out of the year and "edit” such
qiiirvments of the new illy ordinance. also quickly showed how they felt about property of depositors who have not
stuff as this:
Several other building» which were I»— It Standad Oil stocks tumbled, but. call«! for their.tirst dividend. Another
•‘Mrs. Jones of Cactus Creek let a can
In constructing the educational policy
gun in w , mm ! will I»- finished in concrete. like eXpert acrobat, upward instead of item to take into consideration is the for our youth *<• must not lose sight of ! it will be remembered, suffered defeat opener -lip last Monday and cut herself
Amotig th»-»- combi nanon building» downward. The Standard will now or fact that there is now pending in the tlie real problem of education. It ba*
lieve that their team is "going better’ in tlie pantry.” "A mischievous lad of
courts 12 more suits to recover money
»r» the Gleni««- ■» lu»>l, when sn s-rnoui ganize into a "reasonable" trust.
iieen said that it is to fit a generation cf now and that "Mysterious" Mitchell Piketon threw a stone and struck Mr.
that necessitate quite a little expendi young I*-1pie to live a life not like that
wing of concrete in I» mg err<t«-d, and International Musician.
Pike in the alley, last week.” "John
can hang it on Dunbar's men.
the hern m hr Mil, which will have a lo
Doe climbed on the roof of his house last
of Babylon or Egypt, nor yet of Greece
The receiver'»statement follows:
ri»-m tirvpriHif addition. Minor addi
nr Rome; not like that of Western system must include vocational train- week looking for a leak and fell striking
tions to the ro-u r of M-hooIhoUM-n an-
$11,487.94 Europe, nor like our America today;
; mg. The great mat- of human hap himself on the back porch
the Un limolili. Clinton Kelly. Llewellyn niarn-d thè cali of a m-igld-or on Mr» Disbursements
hut a life such as is likely to lie theirs piness will always arise out of doing Harold Green wa.« escorting M im Violet
and Creston si-hnol». A four room build
' twenty or thirty or forty years hence. well the common things of life and the Wise Green from the church social last
Attorney's fees nothing
ing is la-mg constructed at Weston and »ani: ' sho tuld m<- Dr King » New Life
They should be taught the World's past happiness of the individual will be in s-aturday night a savage dog attacked
small new schoolhouse* an- going i|p at
for they will need that knowledge for that creative genius which doe* today them and bit Mr Green several times on
Arli-ta and Kenton and» four-mom ad trouble, and Iliade ber feci lik<- a n< *
Mr. Tobin, says that all depositors guidance in meeting new and difficult ' the same things it did yesterday but the public square " "Isaih Trimmer
dition is Is-lng made on the Terwilliger
of Running <'reek, was playing with a
»toniseli and kidney troni!»» < >1 y 25c, are not only welcomed but invite«! to iasuM, but they should certainly be in- j^eit’hwtter.' There is no higher duty
--rat brd him oa the
examine the books of the bank or re structed in the present, and in a than to nail* edacal lion anu a, u fity, to —Friday when
Ht all dealer»
Mr. I ng while L.irness-
rnethiMls which tend to develop ind- • »er to it that no ■ .nun Minai si tud* L? <e • da.
ceiver at any time.
l>endent initiative, so they may becon compelled to choose between an edtv-a- :i z 4 broncho las'. Saturday wa- k k-
ALL I HE JOYSOF ARMY LIFE.
supporting members of societ
tiuu witboat a vocal n and a vocation ed just south of the com crib.'
f orced To Leave Home.
Because when ordered to return to
with ability to adapt themselves to without an education. Required Eng-
Bobby, like many »mall, a. tivr la<U
Every year a large nuinlier <»f |>oor conditions as they find them.
his quarter* bv Captain Henry C. . just like him. has an insurmountable
li*h, history, science, and psycholgy
suffers, »how lung» are son- and racked
Digestion and Assimilation.
Clement, Jr., Twenty-nintb Infantry,
I plead then for this genera! training assume a new significance when they
difficulty in keeping "covered up" at with coughs, an- urg>-l to go to another
not the quantity of food taken
Musician Anthony F. Burna replied
are recognized as essential tool* in the
night. No matter how carefully h* is climate. But this is costly and not al
of this generation, but for generations accomplishment of some definite pur but the amount digested and assimilat
“Ah, go on; how about that thirty-
tucked in before putting out for ways sure. There's a better way. I-et
ed that gives strength and vitality to the
unborn, let us bring to bear upon
six dollar*?" (Burn* had been prom "Blanket Bay," early morning find»
Dr. king » New Di winery cure you at this subject all the intellectual strength pose. Vocational educational cannot system. Chamberlain's Stomach and
ised $36 <N> |>er month as an inducement him serenl* bereft of all clothing.
to enlist, but had not been getting it). I After tucking hint in theother night, home "It cured me of lung trouble.” and all the genius at our command, than an industrial people can live alone. Liver Tablet» invigorate the stomach and
Burns will have to spend three years in j in response to Bobby's nightly demand writes W. H. Nelson, of Calamine. Ark., i Out of this movement will then come It mus become a part of a general liver and enable them to perform their
"when all else failed and I gained 47
functions naturally. For sale by Cires -
for a story, his religious mother told pounds in weight Its surely the king the uplifting of the home ideal, the scheme of education that has for its
rearing of finer and stronger men and aim higher efficiency of all classes of ham druggist.
He has also lieen dishonorably dis him alwiut the two »ngcls t hat gun rd Jus
of al! cough and lung cures
cures" Thous women into freer and fuller lives of
charged from the regular army.
people. Tne colleges and universities
ands owe their live: lind health to it. usefulness and happiness.
The court-martial that tried him for
are acting on this policy. The curri
Bobby was interested.
"Do they It's po. »¡lively guaranteed for Coligli»,
[fence at Rockwood
W omen lias gained the position she
"liehsving with disrespect toward his stand there all night?" he asked. "All
Cold». LaGrippe, Asthma. Croup—all now holds by provir g beyond possible culum once confined to classical learn
commanding officer" -entenced him to night." said mamma.
Rockwood Grange will give its next
Throat and Lung troubles. »»■ mii -I doubt her fitness to attain the highest
five years in Leavenworth, but Gen.
practical as well as the theoretical. dance on Saturday evening, September
"And they come when I'm asleep'.’" 11.00 Trial l»ittle« free, at all dealer«.
intellectual standard. and to enter These broader plans have been largely- 2. Parsons orchestra will be there, led
F. D. Grant cut off two years.
continued Bobby. "And go away be
every realm of knowledge. She, hdw- thrust upon the schoolmen and recog by Mr. Parsons himself and no mem
Trooper Arthur J. Enwarda of the fore I wake up?" Again mamma nod
i ever, is not satisfied with the develop nition has been forced, but the result is bers missing. Tickets J5 «tents. Sup
Tenth Cavelry insisted Ob tilling his ded.
"Well, then," decided Bobby,
fiave ment of her intellectual powers. She noted in the success attained by com per extra.
canteen with well water al the Pine "they must be the guys what ha\ e
Creek camp and drinking it despite the been pulling the covers off of me
their lielieves that any perfected educational bining industrial, technical, and scienti
system must give every girl the chance fic studies with the general studies.
orders ot the troop sergeant.
A Dreadful Sight
to make the most of her individual The result is evident in new courses of
Then to add insult to injury, he in
No Need To Stop Work.
of Freeville, N. Y.,
sisted on wearing his hat peaked when
study for our boys and girls. At first
When your doctor orders you to
that it is the heritage of every girl to lie the mechanic arts were brought to a was the fever-sore that hail plagued his
ordered to crease it.
TO BE HLMMER developed most completely and perfect pedagogic basis; then agriculture, slow life for years in spite of many remedies
Ordered under arrest and placed in > work. it »taggers yon. "I can t" you
charge of the (Mist guard, Edward as »ay. You know you are weak, run-
"The Pendleton Round-Up will be ly. To do this, attention must l>e given ly but surely, was brought to a teach he tried. At last he used Bueklen’s
saulted a "dougelxiy" guard with a dowu and failing in health, day by day. the most largely attended event in Ore to her intellectual development, but st able form; and at last home economic* Arnica Salve and wrote: “it has entire-
but you must work a» long a- you can
gon this year,” declared Dr. W. H. I the same time her physical, aesthetic, has been brought into the schools. It ly healed with scarcely a sear left.”
He was tried by a court martial and stand What you need is Elettri, Bit- Lytle, state veterinarian and sheep in social, domestic, economic, and spirit is safe to assume that there are now Heals Burns. Boils, Ecsenia. Cuts,
Gen. Grant has approved a sentence of t»-rs to give tone, strength, and vigor to spector, whose home is in Pendleton, ual development must not l>e overlook but few educators who are *0 conserva Bruises. Swellings. Corn and Piles like
your »yslem, to prevent breakdown and
ed. The training must be one process, tive as not to be in sympathy with magic. Only 25c at all dealers.
ten years im|M>sed by the court.
build you up. Don't hr- weak, sickly or
“In Central Oregon and Idaho there uoifyitig all the (lowers of the individ collegiate education in engineerin];
ailing when Electric Bitter» will la-i.i-fit
be enough people left at home to ual rather than developing certain ones most of them have come to believe that
“I have a world of confidence in you from the first do»- Thousands
at the expense of others. The evidence
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Chanils-rlain'a Cough Remedy for I hies» them for their glorious health and milk the cows. No event is more dis-1 gees to show that there ia a marked agriculture has been reduced to a teach
have uscii it with perfect success," strength. Try them Every liottle is'
tendency for our public schools and faith in the possibility of
of the Interior, U. 8. Land
writes Mrs. I. Bashford, Boolesviilc, guaranteed to satisfy. Only 'O-- at s>)
people at the Round-Up than will at- j colleges to adjust themselves to meet teaching domestic subjects.
Office at Portland. Oregon, June 24, 1911.
Mil. For »ale by Gresham druggist
HOMR rtRST, BVT TRAINING IMCROVRS.
tend the state fair. We will draw at- these educational requirements of the
Notice is hereby given that John Roy-
tendance from all parts of the United girl, but there is much yet to be done.
Grant that tne system of education in lance West, whom- port-office address is
States and the program will contain Our girls are looking to the schools to home economics is only in its formative 530 Davis St., Portland, Oregon, did. on
the most thrilling aud picturesque fit them for the duties of life. To this stage; that the lines and methods of the 1st day of July. 1910. file in this
features that have ever been presented etui educators must construct the edu work have only been roughly blocked office Sworn Statement and Application.
cational policies so that the schools will
out; that there needs to be much study No. 02683. to purchaA the s)i nr^ of
The date of the Pendleton Round-Up lie a true picture of life in all its essen and much effort to perfect the system Section 2 and
se5$, Section 3, Town
is September 11 16 to and Dr. Lytle
and to give it high pedagogical value; ship 1 North. Rang«' 6 East. Willamette
PROOF OF SATISFACTORY SERVICE
says preparations sre being actively be introduced into our schools. Home we still have the right to urge attention Meridian, and the timber thereon, un
made, and are now so far advanced as 1 training has claims upon educators as to its merits, for among the questions der the provisions of the act of June 3.
have literature and music—perhaps no
DepositK I to insure success.
that are engaging our thought and at 1878. and acts amendatory, known a»
mon-, for both contribute to freer and
tention today, certainly none is more he "Timber and Stone laiw,” at such
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fuller development of human life. What
important than that which centers value as might be fixed by appraisement,
NO I ICE.
is said of home training, music and lit
the problems of our home. The and that, pursuant to such application,\
Notice is hereby given that the under erature may also lie said of everv other
the centrr of the universe and the land and timber thereon have been
signed Inis on nd running at large in subject that will develop individual
Multnomah County, Oregon, west of capacity, and education may if it will the mistress is the center of the home. appraised, the limiter estimated 760,000
the 8andy river, a hor«?'of the follow-
In her hands are the keys of home hap board feet at 50 crate per M, and tlie
enrich them all.
piness. She is the disbursing end of land $80.00; that said applicant will
141,047 69 1 ing < >ne
roan mare : roache<i mane; Imth
COMMON rillNGH WKI.I ISIXK.
the marriage partnership, and on the offer final proof in support of his applica
; front leg« sprung; weight about »nO
In our schools and among our teach wisdom of spending depends the finan tion and sworn statement on the 12th
I pounds; about 10 years old; no marks
j or brands visible. Said animal wa» ers there has been and to some extent cial prosperity of the family; on the day of September. 1911, before the Reg
; taken up by me at Lents. O’egon, on still is a tendency to overrate intel <ct- efficient home management depends the ister ami Receiver of the United States
the 21th day of August 1911. and is now ual development as compared with
comfort and happiness of the family; Land office, at Portland, Oregon.
l-eing held by me at Halls Livery Sta-
Any person is at lilierty to protest this
I ble, in Lents, Oregon, where the owner physical training and the formation of on the proper care and guidance by the
I can recover same by paying the cost of character. The philosophy which long mother depends in a large measure the purchase before entry, or initiate a con
taking up, keeping an<l advertising said ruled our educational policy has been character and life success of the chil test at any time before patent issues, by
animal. The owner of said animal is so modified by research in the science
dren ; in the selection of the food and filing a corroborated affidavit in this
unknown to the undersigned
anil by development of the industries, its preparation, together with the sani- office, alleging facts which would defeat
arts and professions that it is now
H. F. Higby,
uf August. 1911.
’ 1 TMt- 1 AgMCPS
Continued on page 5
recognized that a |ierfectsd educational
I he o|H-niug of Un- l'i-rtlaiid qiiarb-rly
iius-tiiig ut Frirml» for chnri-h thre< day»
will coinmeniN- t-ridsy. nepteinla-r 8.
All Fricml» and llw pillili, in generai
ari- i-urdially invitisi tosi (end all i I m - m --»
The program follo» •
raillAV, »rl-TKMHSH ». 1*1)1,
Mis-ting <»f Mim»try and (iurr glJ.
3 mi p III.
Bu»iiie-s S »-lon, 7 :<• p. u
Bank With the Bank that Grows