Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914, July 11, 1912, Image 1

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    BEAVER STATE HERALD
Subscription, $1.00 > Year.
JOHN RUtDY KILLED
OREGON NtWS
IN AUIO ACCIDENI
()f:
I ENTS, MULTNOMAH CO.. OREOON, THURSDAY, JULY II. 1012.
AU 10 RUNS OVER
BW IS RECOVLRINt
Vol. 10.
No. 2S
IMPORTANT DEAE f‘RE alarm causes
WELCHEES ENJOYS
IS CONSUMMATED
much lxciiemlni
BUILDINGBOOM
But one accident occurred during the
Monday evening, about 9 o’clock, lo­
When an automobile crowded with
cal
citizens saw a blaze in the general Many New Residences and
celebration
at
Gresham,
July
4th.
Lit
­
Fourth of July celeliratorx went over tlx* Oregon
E. W. Miller LumE>er (k>.
should
Capture
hank of the Sandy road near the Country
tle Spencer Coplxn, who lives nesr
mercantile store of Woodyard & Sager
Store Buildings Under
Disposes of Yards and and a general alarm was sounded. The
$.5,000 For Best Five Bu­ Gresham, was knocked down by an au­
Club late Thu rial ay, John Ruedy, of
Rtiedy Bros., aheetinetal worker«, 220
Construction at Popular
Business to Twin Falls fire gong soon brought the members of
shels of Wheat—Commer­ tomobile while attempting to cross the
Front atmet, wax fatally injured and
the
fire
department
and
hundreds
of
street
near
Regner's
store.
The
little
Summer Resort.
Business Man.
Mrs. David E. Hteele, I oh .' i East Abler
cial Bodies Are Active.
citizens to the scene, and to all appear­
fellow ran to avoid a team which was
street, wax seriously crushed.
Mundy tiled two hours after the acci­
ances a stubborn blaze was in progress
passing at the same time, and failed to
Welches is booming this year in the
dent attiiHxl Samaritan Hospital. Mr«.
Oregon slioulil capture the prise for I see the automoble which waa driven by
One of the most important deals re­ in the rear end of the main store room.
way
of building, railroad talk, and good
Su»*le, who Wax tak-n to the « tine place, tlie tx-»t five bushels of wheat grown
¡G. B. Middleton. Before .Mr. Middle- corded in I-ents business circles tran­ In the meantime a front window had feeling. There has been erscte>l and
is expected to recover.
i.I tbe American Northwest this vear, I ton could stop his machine the front spired this week when Bert Wilberg. of been demolished and a number of men nearly finished, two new bungalows in
With Ruedy ami Mrs. Slctde were
Mrx. Rtiedy, Hilda Rm*dy, aged 12, ami but to do »o will require careful selection I wheel hail pa»»e*l over the boy's bod«. Twin Falls. Ida , took over the business gained entrance to find the top of the Deer Park, Welches; one beautiful
llaM'd Hun»'. aired tl, a relative of tlx* ami indeed it iiinv he neceeaary to band ! Che child was carried to the home of of the E. W. Miller Lumber Co., one of stove open and flames issuing there­ bungalow at Saratago, and two nice
Rlletly«, They exeap.al with a lew j pick tlie wheat. It will pay to do it, * Mr. Kegner, and a doctor summoned. the leading retail lumber Arms of the from. While the chemical engine was bungalows at .Maulding, near Hotel
f >r a prise * I |5,<X)u 1» offered by the There was no evidence that the bov had
bruise»
Maulding. Mr. Welch has erected and
.Mt. Scot*, district.
ready for action and plenty of water finished his la*ge new store building;
Tlic accident wax tlie sequel to an Northwest Development League tor the suffered Internal injury, but this can­
The transaction includes all lumber, was at hand nothing was done when the Anderson Bros, of Portland, have built
effort of an unidentified auloiat to take Iwxt five bushels exhibited at the Min­ not be fully determined for a few day«.
tip the entire roadway, forcing the neapolis Land Show in November. The child was suffering little pain thix real estate on which the yards are source of the trouble was discovered, an addition to tbeir log bungalow, ( for­
Rtiedy machine onto the soft hank, Witli the splendid grain crop »»«tired morning, ami it is hope*I that he wax located, wagons, teams, and entire and no water was turned on.
merly C. W. Kers’») and have had the
Mr. Sager, one of the firm, was soon
which gave way, ami the machine for Oregon, tliix »late xhouhl have any not seriously hurt.—Outlook.
business The work of taking an in­ at the scene and stated that so far as acre tract cleared of underbrush and
plunged over, Ruedy ami Mr*. Steele quantity of first cl«»» wheat to enter at
ventory of the stock is now under way | jie knew there had been no fire in the logs, and built an attractive wire fence
thia show.
were <>n the front »eat
around the place; W. B 8'eele is erect­
and as soon as this is completed Mr. stove for a couple of days. The stove ing a bungalow on his acre tract, and
Commercial Iwxlie» rd thx »tate are
Although lite roadway wax occupied
Wilberg will take charge of the busi- was filled with rubbish and whether work is expected to commence soon on
by many aut>>i»t» coming from the rare» allowing an interest in the collection of
ness.
i there had been a fire in the stoveduring . Dr. J. M. 8horts bungalow on his acre
Oregon
eslntdt»
to
lx*
shown
thin
win
­
on tlie Country Club track, no one
.Mr Wilberg comes from Twin Falls, the day or not makes no difference, as ! tract. These acre tracts are on the
Caught the iiiimtxr of tlie machine that ter at the land »how» of the Middle
Idaho, and is an experienced lumber- it is evident that the sweepings and west side oi Salmon river. Some at­
West.
In response to a call »ent out
forced Riietly to the ditch.
man, having been engaged in the busi- rubbish placed in the stove had been tractive bungalows are being built at, or
Ruedy wax well known by many Ijentx by Manager Chapman of tin* Oregon
people, having lived <>n n farm rival of Development league, many outeide I Geo Shaw of Cleone and Miss Daisy ness for many years. He has a family igniten and, owing to the closed drafts, near, Rhododendron Tavern also.
here before engaging in buxine»» in ci'ies have l»een heard from, each prom- I Smith, of Gresham were married last consisting of wife and daughter, andGorcedthetopandflamesissuingthere-
Fishing is good this season—many
Portland, lie al*» bail charge of tlx* , ising to collect samples of tlie best I week and have gone to Cleone to make will make this place his home While from reached nearly to the ceiling. No large catches being made daily, tbe fish
plumbing in tlx* Lanta public »cliool products grown there this season ami it their home Mrs Shaw is the daugh­ I.ents business men and citizens regret damage resulted, but had the same taking the fly readily and the trout
that Mr Miller has disposed of his in- happened late iu the night a serious
seem» a go*»I collection is assured. No i
building.
averaging from 6 to 18 inches
locality «liould allow itself to be tinreo- i ter of Mr. and Mrs N. L. Smith of terests. they nevertheless are glad to conflagration might have resulted,
The Fourth was observed here with
this place.
welcome new arrivals and extend a
resented.
due
respect and honors, a large assort­
A party of young people attended hearty reception to the new arrival
Following its niivm of last year,
ment of fire works in the evening and a
Chautauqua
at
Gladstone
this
week.
The E W. Miller Lumber Co. was
Oxford will hold another ag'te carnival
dance after * ard. The safe and sane
The tennis court is nearly completed started in I<ents March, 1911 by E. W.
early in August. A big feature of tlie
Fourth was not observed here bnt no
and
will
be
ready
for
use
in
a
shot
t
Miller. At that time the yards con- |
entertainment will lx* a reprixiuction of
one was hurt so far as known.
time
sisted of three lots and the stock was
the faiuou» Indian fight of Battle Rock
The roads are in better condition than
Mrs. Zimmerman has been suffering limited to that space. Deliveries were I
Co*» Bay claim« the largest saw log.
ever
this year tben^h the rains Lave
from
an
attack
of
the
grippe,
but
is
made by regular transfer teams. In
C. J |H<>lliiigw**rth, alto rexide» at The C. A Smith Co. baa sawed a giant |
The attendance was large at the meet­
able to be about again
little more than a year the stock was ing of Evening Star Grauge on July 6, kept them in a muddy conditior. most
Nashville Station, ha» been selected ax spruce log estimated to have weighed ;
of the time.
Bessie Strebin and Ida Kettig of increased until more than a bl*>ck of
superintendent of tlx* lent» play ground over lx tons, that scaled llt.600 feet of
■Melrose visited friends in Gresham last ground was required to handle the stock ee)>ecially so, for vacation time.
Many autos are arriving daily in
.Mr llollingworth is a »Indent at Will­ lumber. Il was 76 feet long, seven feet
The Lecture hour was <*pened by some spite of the rains, loaded with •‘ gut­
Sunday.
and business and three teams have very appropriate remarks by Bro. J. D.
amette University ami ix well fitted for ’ in diameter at the butt and five feet
seers. hotel guests and some with freight
Mr. Ralph Johnson of Cleone City,
the position to which he lias lx*en ap­ eight inebea st the top.
This is
Ju'H -’l*1!4..1!.1!'! J»Le?L .
who-on l*h»lf«f the grange, pre­
visited
his
brother
.Mr.
Walter
John
­
and baggage. There are two daily
the past several months the services of
pointed. Tlx* xii|M-rintentli*nt ha« al­ thought to l»e the largest log ever
son last week. He belongs to the ten have been required to handle the sented a very nice rocking chair to the autos from Portland rain or shine.
ready taken up liix du lice ami i» now se­ hauled on a train anywhere.
Master, J. J. Johnson, today being his
B. P. O. E.
An abindant crop of huckleberries
business and the firm has grown to be 50th. birthday. Mr. Johnson was much
riating in installing ami improving tlx*
Portland is ablaze with lights ami
Dr.
C.
H.
House
and
wife
of
Arkan
­
one of the most important in this sec­ surprised but made some feeling re are assured this year. The bushes on
tennia court«, Laxcball ground», etc.
streaming banners of pur de and white
Bupt. Ilollingworth will be at the this week in honor of the grand reunion sas City, Kansas, visited W. E. Wood tion of the country. It has been man­ I marks and thanked the grange for so Hucklebtrrv Mt. being loaded down
with berries this year.
playground six day» of the week ami of the Elks. Thousands of visitors from and wife this week Dr House is a aged along highly successful lines and kindly remembering him.
delegate
to
the
Elk's
Convention.
Roy
has not only been made a payer of good
will direct all methods of play, including all parts of the country are here, ami to 1
Emery C. Dye talked on the Tax
the coaching of a bull team and truck many of the delegates, this is tlieir first Phillips, formerly of Newkvik Okla., dividends, but has added greatly in the ! Problem, telling of some of the better
now
of
Portland,
was
also
their
guest.
team. \ ariou- athletic »porta will lie intrixluctmn to the Pacific Coast. Ore­
upbuilding of Lents and the surround­
J. H. Hoss met with a Serious acci­ ing country. Mr Miller, the manager, methods of taxation than are now in
encouraged among the older lx»y» ami for gon lodge» are co-operating heartily to
I use.
the younger ones mid tlx* girl» other | welcome tbeir visiting brothers from the dent last .Monday, while he was sharp­ is a man of excellent business ability
Mr. Perkins of the Y. M. C. A. ren-1
ening
the
sickle
of
his
mower,
when
lines of amiiM inent have la*en provided. Eastern states.
and the announcement of his retirement dered two very fine solos on the flute.
Condition» at the public playground
Moored in Portland harbor is the fa­ the sickle slipped and cut a deep gash is a source of regret to many. He still He also rave a very interesting talk on
Mrs. Ellen Olsen, a pioneer reside n
are now in a highly «nt ¡«factory condi­ mous old fighting machine, the battle­ in his left hand, causing several stitches retains his home and other interests , the subject of the ‘Moral Itevelopment
to
be
taken,
of
Multnomah county, returned to her
tion and those who have been loyal in ship Oregon. For the first time in its
here and expects to make Lents his | of the Youth”.
home in Damascus this week after a
this movement an* still unceasing in their long and eventful bi tory, it is visiting f Mesdames Zimmerman and Rusher, home, a fact that is hailed with general
Kay Gill of Rnsselville Grange, told
ellortx.
its own state. Its arrival aroused great with their children, spent Tuesday at satisfaction, as no man in L*nts enjoys I abont "Flowers,” mentioning some of vi-it of several days in this city at the
the Spencer farm.
botne of her grand daughter, Mrs. F. A.
a larger circle of friends than he.
interest ami big crowds have been visit- ;
the new, yet old **nex, which are just Bohna.
Thomas
Ginder
has
gone
to
Seaside
Ing tliix sturdy old tighter.
now coining in favor with people who
to spend the summer with his daughter,
Mrs. Olsen is 81 years old, but is still
Survey» at the mouth of the Colum­
apprecia'e nice flowers, and who wish hale and hearty and enjoying the best
Mrs. Hugh Walker.
bia River show that tlie entrance is
to have them with the least care and of health. She is one of the early set­
Tom Dodge is at Seaside where he is
growing deeper. Tin* area of deep water
effort.
employed
in
a
grocery
store.
tler» of Eastern .Vlnltnoniah county and
is growing, apparently through the ac­
L. H. Wells told about "Modern In­ the transformations that have been
Herman
Wasserman,
of
Company
E.
tion of the river current, which, direct­
ventions.” Mr. 8. H. Covell spoke of wrought in this section appeal to her
ed by the jetty, is scouring out tlie chan­ 21st Infantry, stationed at Vancouver
some
local “Needed Improvements.” in a manner that is rarely appreciated
Wash.,
will
spend
the
week
end
at
the
Work on the new Pout Office building nel to a greater depth. Steadily im­
On Tuesday, July 2nd, between the Recitations were given by Nora Holm, by those wbo have cast their lot here in
for l-entx will I»* »tarusl immediately. proved condition» are imiked for at tlie home of W. E. Wood. .Mr Wasser­
Tlx* struct lire will la* built of brick and mouth of tlie river, particularly as work man has just returned from Parang, hours of 2 ami 5 p m., Mrs. R J. Good­ Loura Durner, Edwin Hickey. Mrs. late years. Her visit in this city with
man gave a reception in honor of her Pollock sang very beautifully some old her grand-dsughter and great grand­
P. 1 , where he served four years.
will stand at tlx* rear of the building for­ on the north jetty progresses.
niece. Miss Ella Walrml. The color fashioned songs.
Miss
Pearl
Fleming,
of
Portland,
children was heartily enjoyed and she
merly ix-ciipxsl by Schweitzer A .Man«
Sherman County farmers have come
scheme was pink and green in the parlor,
visited
friends
in
Gresham
last
week,
expects to live to an age that will per­
ami will face Folter road.
to appreciate their experiment farm, lo­
mit her return in the futuie.
The building will lie one story. 24xfl() cated at Moro. Many at first doubted leaving last Sunday for Long Beach. •lining room and reception hall. Huge
feet ami will lx> completed ax soon ax its utility but such valuable help has Wash, where she will spend the sum­ bouquets of roses and sweet jx*as acre in'
every available corner. Miss Ella was
possible. The buildurx are Dr. McSIoy l>een given in conducting inquiries into mer.
• «I
Geo. Hopkins Jr., has entered the placed in a chair of honor under a horse
ami I' ggiman Bros. There parties will better methods of agriculture that they
Conxtruct and equip tlie building in first are now thoroughly interested. A re­ law office of Joseph and Harney in the sh<ie of pink roses.
Mrs. Dr. Sells played a march while
class shape, making a li rat da»» build­ cent farmers' day brought hundreds of Corbett building.
Mr. Gherman a registered druggist, two little girls, Miss Catharine Goodman
ing for Uncle Sam'« purpose». When visitors to the station.
As previously announced in The Her- i
of Portland, is employed in the Gresh* and Eva Walrod dressed in white drew aid, M. K. Hedge and Emil Otto, two
«completed the building will la* leafed for
am Drug Store during J. A. Paten- a little wagon of pink and green tilled local amateur wrestlers, have arranged
a period of 10 year».
"Bill" Eschlipp. who has been in the
Mr. and Mrs. George Kimber and aude's absence.
witli presents as a kind remembrance of' for a match to be pulled off in the Isis
Tliix ix an improvement that ix great­
employ of O. E. Lent for a long time is
ly needl'd ami will fill a long felt want. family were agreeably surprised this
Mr. and Mrs. Roy White and little their love and kind wishes of Miss Ella theatre on July 18. The match was ar­ followed by a hoodoo or evil spirits.
It will facilitate handling mail, ax the I week in receiving an unexpected visit son, of Lents visited the former's an*l of her many friend«.
range*! several weeks auo bnt finxl de­ Starting a couple of weeks ago, he has
Those present, were: Mrs. W. H. tails and agreements were not reached
old office i» ho »mall that Postmaster from Rev. Ilerliert Van Vliet and bride, mother. Mrs Chas. Oliphant last week.
been followed by a series of mi-liaps,
Spring an*l his associate» an* unable to who are residents of the same town in 1 Misses .Mac and Winnie Hopkins with Kickenapp, Mrs. I. Maffett, Mrs. .1. II until this week.
which finally culminated Tuesday
handle tlx* mail with quickness and sat­ * Iowa from whence the Kimbers came. Grandpa Hopkins visited st Seaside Neel, Miss Violet Neel, Mrs. J. Thomp­
Both men are only amateurs at the night when he fell into an excavation at
The visitors exjiect to go to India in the over Bunday with the former's brother, son, Mrs. Geo. Walro'l, formerly of vame and the match came alxiut as the |
isfaction.
the rear of the Marshall property. Tlie
near future to do missionary work.
Vernon. He is working on a survey­ Faribault the former home of Ella. The result of a banter. However, both are first accident uccnred when he was at­
-
ing crew which is camped ten miles others wen*: -Mrs Marshall, of Sei wood ; liu-ky loung men and a good tiiBsle is tempting to board a street car an I fell
Mrs. Bogeart, of Portland ; Mr Mason, promised. Roth have posted a forfeit and narrowly ers*a|xsi death or serious
M. K. Hedge and Emil Otto, the two I from Setside.
amateur wrestlers who are matched for
Miss Eyire of Portland is visiting Mrs Perry. Mrs. Tusxie, Mrs. Bmitbeis. of #10 to appear on the date advertised ' injury. Monday night in going tlirongh
Mrs. Dr. Sells, Mrs. Gething. Mr«. and there will be no further delay in !
i July 18 are doing road work each even Ruth Meade.
the broken win i**w into Woodyard A
ing and incidentally covering from I Roy Funk and Mr. Nash of Portland 1 Johnson, Mrs. Pixley, .Mr« t'hild«, pulling off tbe contest
Bag-r’e store at tlie time < f the fire, he
Mrs.
.I
ob
**
s
,
Miss
la*itie
Smith
and
three to five miles at a good clip. The ! spent the Fourth here. Roy attended
The rules applied will l«> catch as I barely mi«sed having his back laeerted
boys »ay they are tired of training alone { high school here, after which he went to Florence Gethings were all from l.*nts. catch van, two points down,
The by a piece of glass. He barely escaped
The wedding of Mr Thomas Miller to
and are anxious to have others join i business college, and is now a success­
stra gle hold will be barred.
these two accidents, hot Tu-sd y night
Miss Mary llatisinger wax solemnised
Rulli Dix will atten.l Holmes Buxines«
. them Here is a chance for some good ful stenographer.
No little interest is Is-ing created in hi» « ar of luck fully *1* sorted him. Com­
at the Lents Catholic church, July 3,
College
next
yr*
ir.
Archi*'
Clark
ami
exercise.
The many friends of Hilda Johnson I
the match and there is every indication ing home from witnessing the electric
Father Beutgen performing the cere­
Lowell Bradford will go t*> R**ed College of a record breaking a' endance. that
are
grieved
to
hear
of
her
death.
She
parade in Portland lie wax traveling an
mony. The ceremony wax witnessed
I.. E. Wiley, a well known local formerly lived at Powell Valley but at an*l Carol Hogue to the state Nor rial. it a ill lx* conducted on the square is not scenstoiixxi path to the door of his room,
by the relatives of both and by a num­
,1 noted by none, aslxdh are well known when finally tie suddenly dropped into
merchant, is suffering from typhoid the time of her death, July 1, she was
ber of invited friends
Leon Berry spent a few ilaystiiis week voting i u«>n ss m *n **f Lent«, ami it an unknown hole, bxdly injuring his left
A wedding breakfast was served in fever. The atliicted man has been ill for a resident of Kelso She was active in
the early morning at the home of Mrs. the past two weeks with stomach church work and had made many with his sister, Mrs. J. H. i'onelson, will lx* a ease of tlie ■'survival of tlie hip. He atiempted to get t > a physici­
returning to Tillain<x*k Tuesilav.
till»«t.”
an, but was unable. He finally reached
Limbeck. Immediately after the cere trouble, and the fact that it has devel­ friends. She leaves a mother father
Both contestants are getting in the his room and managed to get into bed,
and
two
brothers,
Oscar
anil
Gustaf.
oped
into
typhoid
ix
a
matter
of
regret
monv the newly married couple left for
There are several fine pr zee for the
Mr«. Morris, Mrs Donelson’a grand­ be«t po«xi*ile condition and tile match w hen* lie remain* d until morning and
the Wilhoit Springs, where they spent to all. Dr. Nelson is tlie attending phy­
Juvenile
Department
of
the
Fair
on
sician
and
reports
tlie
patient
getiing
mother.
fermcrly o( L*nta, was buried al p-um sex to be a battle r >yal. Further linally attracted attention by tapping
a few days. Roth are highly respected
display in the window They are for Twin Falls, Ida., last week.
paiticniare will apponr next week.
the window. He will likely be confined
people and have the best wishes of a along a» well ax can be expected.
the
best
white
needlework.
to his nxnn for several days.
host of friends.
The hole into which he fell had been
George Milkes, of Minneapolis, visited
W. C. Bryant and Merton Ellis spent
Those from Lents who attended the
Mrs. Cox, Mrs. J ones and Mrs Darnall, in this city during the week with his Sattffmiy'ar'iTMi ndav in leit«, vi-iting dug during the evening, to be used as a
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Powell, of Irv­ electric parade given by the B. P. O. E,
ington, visited in Lents Sunday with in Portland Tuesday night say that of this city, visited Columbia Rebekah brotbers-in-law. Katzky Brothers. He th»- H* gut's. They returned Monday t> ■ •ex** pool, and was therefore unknown to
hitn.
The li die» and Mom.
the pageant was well worth seeing.
Lodge, of Portland. Saturday evening. is making a tour of the West.
relatives.
BREEZY NOTES
EROM GRESHAM
PLAYGROUND SUPERIN­
TENDENT SELECTED
INTERESTING SESSION Of
EVENING SI AR GRANGE
PIONEER LADY IS
A LENTS VISITOR
COMMENCE WORK ON
NEWP. 0. BUILDING
RECEPTION GIVEN
MISS ELLA WALROD
LOCAL WRESTLERS
ARRANGE MATCH BILL" ESCHLIPP IS
FOLLOWED BY HOODOO
MILLERHAUSINGER
WEDDING SOLtMNIZED