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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (July 25, 1912)
DOINGS OF OUR NEIGHBORS AMERICA NEEDS
REPORTERS AT NEARBY
(Hr T homa » R M ammhaix )
went back to the city after visiting with
Governor of Indiana and Vice-Presi
Dita of hay, lute of IxrrlM, lota of
dential Candidate on the
dual. and a nice rain to make Huaday
Mrs. Eston, of Losington, Wash.,
came up for a short visit with lei
The right-thinking man wants a cul
Mr. and Mr*. E. A. Jenkin« «pent the daughter, Mrs. Taylor.
tural education and needs a practical
waak-end with Mr. Cliaa. Hunter«.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray came out from tlie one. If he must forego either, necessity
Mr*. Rolierta is visiting tier »Later, city Saturday to their summer home suggests tlie elimination of tlie cultural.
here. Mr. Rry Isa traveling aaleeman Potatoes and [xietry are both gixxi, but
for tlie Union Meat Go.
|x>tatoes an* imperative.
I am an ad
Mrs. Zimmerman, of Troutdale, has
vocate of die classics and the automo
been here wwing for a number of lathes
bile, but only for those wl>o can afford
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Marked left Hat-
them or have use for than».
tirday for Vancouver, B. 0. to visit rela-
The hay trop is quite g<ssl this year. get away from the idea that a diploma
lives. A. J. Quay ami Prof. Qiiicksell Nearly all of II has Ixten cut and is be Is a |>aiM|H>rt to success. If it were, tlx*
have chargr of the store during Mr. ing hauled Io for (ear of rain.
thouaands of young men who have just
Mr. Corteaux is working al Hillsboro. received diploma« would not now be
Tlie carpenters have finished 'their
Mice Hasel Calkins and friends attend- ‘ Htanding with reluctant leet wliere tlx-
work on the new building» until altar the Employees’ Excursion of the P. R. brcxrk and river meet ”
the plastering Is done. It begins to l<a>k
Tliey would Is- entering in and po
L. A P. Co., given at Eetacada Saturday.
a..m.thing doing” at Pleasant
ssessing tlie land. If they are truly ed
The Ice cream social given by the
ucated, they lutve found out, even by
Itadiee* Aid at the M. E. church Hatur-
Mrs I* M. Miller haa been quite sick day evening, was well attended. Quite this time, what they are fitted to do,
and an* willing to start at the bottom,
but is able to la* about some now.
a few people from Lenta were there.
labor unceasingly and uncomplainingly,
Mr^teo. Carpenter is ill again.
Rev. Moore's wife an<i son being pres
and to be content to await preferment
Misses Minnie Hhriner and Helen ent
There will always lx- room at the top,
Brower and Mr. Ia*onard Ixmdnrback
Mrs. It. H. Corbin recently hail bar unless tlie trusts shall blight tlx* Ameri
have all quit their positions in town ami house wired and Intonde to have electric can people with Canaan's curse.
are home with their parents tor awhile. lights this winter.
But, if tlx* young man has not found
Bev. and Mrs Burtah left Monday for
Miss Urith Cor teas has secured a po himself, then let his conscience issue a
Eastern Montana for a visit with rela sition in Portland.
search warrant therefor to his common
tives. They expect to la*away a month.
Miss Chapman’s two cousins, of Port sense and insist upon ita being served.
Rev. Cofer will have charge of Rev. land, are visiting with her while her That pr<xs*M will disclose that the great
Burtah'« appoiutmenta during the lat aunt and sister are in California.
need of America is tlw educated farmer,
George Burns and some of hie friends who, trained along scientific line», can
tester Nortliup.of Clearwater, Wash., went on a fishing trip last Tuesday and by intensive farming double our har
and Ids nephew, Bert Northup, of Ho returned Hunday. The boys report that vests. God's first gentleman, if not a
quiam, visited B. L. Nortbup last week. they had a very delightful time.
lull-fledged farmer, was a horticulturist
and produced an apple which Burbank
The same teacher» for the public
Mr. Gilbert reports that he will just
school are employed again for the coin have a few more pickings of berries this never surpassed.
While the imgraduated txiy from the
ing year, and the fourth teacher to be, is year.
farm is rushing to the city tenements in
a sister of Prof. Quicksell.
Miss Violet Haielip is quite promi search of culture and pleasure, let some
nent at the Oaks skating rink Hunday of our college graduates prove that tlie
afternoons. Mies Haislip is learning to (arm is a place, not alone ol utility, but
also of Ixiauty. Tbe Republic may yet
Fine showers tor July this week.
need a Cincinnatus. Though it should
Delightful day« for midsummer.
not, Uisy can so dignify labor as to give
Oh Gee! bet the climate is tine!
it a new value in the eyes ol tlie thought
The weather is hard to I mmi I!
Lloyd Lawson and bis bride made a less pleasure-seeker of today.
In winter its 20 below in Iowa
week end vieit al the home of his fath
In summer they 'lie with tlw heat!
er, W. H. Lawson.
Flies And Livestock
A no ial party was given al Die Cher
Mrs. Beach and Mrs. Bristow were
ryville Hotel last Hatur lay night inf ionor among those who attended Chautauqua
Where do tlx* pestering flies come
from? Did you ever think of that, Mr.
of Mr and Mrs. Huasock, of Portland. a part of last week.
They hatch their egg» in
Mrs. HuawM-k was formerly Miss Ruth
Tlie social given by the Ixdiea* aid Farmer?
Friel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John T. of the M. E. church was a success fi manure. Th<»ie wriggling worms you
nancially and socially. A number of see in tlie gutter of the unclean cow
people from the Lents churoli ac Item or horse stable will soon become
Fine strings of Mountain trout have
flies—millions of them to pester stock
been caught in the Mountain streams in companied by the pastor’s wife, Mrs.
and increase the feed bills.
tills vicinity the past few .lays
Keep tlx* stables clean, sprinkle air-
J. Leitheieer is preparing for a tilp
Mrs. Mary Lotto, teacher at Alliert,
»lacked lime or some prepared disin
Clatsop county, in visiting with Mrs. to the mountains this week.
fectant over the gutters and flixirs and
Lillian B. Averill tills week ami will
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Cornult, Misses scatter some on the manure you last
climb Mt. Hood in company with the Laura Austin and Mildred and Fay threw out on the pile
Ten Eyck girls in charge of George Ten Cornutt visited last week with their
Of courxe. those who lake the manure
Eyck who has made the ascent before. uncle, A. Barrick. Mies Austin haa
out daily to tbe field, as all should do,
They expect to make the tinal dash on spent five years as a missionary in India will not have so many flies, but there
Wixlmwlay, returning home on Friday and ex fleets to return to her work as will be enough at that.
soon as sbe complete« a special course
Darken the stables, screen the doors
No one can be found in thia communi she has taken up at Willamette Univer and windows and even then the fly will
ty who will vote for Taft with the possi sity.
lx* waiting on the outside to get in his
ble exception of one or two. Unless
work on tlie live stock a» soon as they are
something nmwual happens he will I m *
in tlie open.
the worst lx*at man that ever ran for the
The way out is to use, in addition to
Mrs. Anna Hazlewood, who recently
all the precaution you can take, a good
moved to Medford, is liack visiting rel
Quite a large party of prominent peo- atives. Mrs. Hazlewood sold her store “fly killer,” such as is offered on tbe
market with a guarantee and a record
pic from Portland are expected out Ibis at Medford to Arthur Hall.
Tlx.* cost is small and the
week for the week-end at tlie flue sum
Mrs. L. H. Young sold her 00 acre« of twnefita far reaching. Nothing is more
mer home of Rev. Dr. Boyd on Prospect
her farm to J. C. Elliott.
pitiful to see than a herd of cows fight
Point. This ideal summer home com
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Matthews were vis ing flies in the pasture from morning
mands a tine view of the Mountains.
until night, when a few momenta work
itors at Mr. W. F. Pillster’s, Monday.
in spraying with a reliable fly repellant
Mrs. Stein is reported better.
will keep tlie flies otT and provide comfort
The Bamford place has changed hands
A large number of wandering Gypsies again. Mr. Hull an.i family are going for the animals. This fly question is an
important matter and toooften lost sight
passed this vicinity last Holiday on the to move to Portland.
of by stockmen. Let us emphasise the
way to Tlie Dallex ami caused quite an
Gue Donly, who was hurt or rather im|x>rtance of getting after th*> flies in a
excitement among the rancliera here,
fell unconscious when a splinter was sane, economical way.
trying to tall fortunes. I«*gging f<Mxl for hurled by his head and when picked up
their families, and every where they blood was coming from his ears, is re
told the same ’pitiful story alsmt sick
ported gaining strength. Donley was
folks in their camp in order to get every working in a saw mill at Divide and was
It Probably Changed tho History of ths
thing for nothing
As the writer stood
brought to Portland. His wife is at Di
Whole Human Race.
by looking at those dirty and filthy
vide and very sick.
The most striking case In history of
mortals, this thought entered my mind:
Emma Chitwood is «[lending the week tbe Importance of trifles is furnished
“If I hail the power, those laxy and idle
by the story of Musa, tbe leader of
men would be put to work at some rock
the Moslem host which won from
pile and made to support their families
Christendom lu three aud a half years
and prehapx then those little girls and
dominions which it took tlie soldiers of
boys that don't know what it means to
Mrs Kelly haa put up a large quantity the cross twenty generations to win
get a bath and to wear clothes that will of berries and made jellies that will be back. He had a red beard This wax
hide their little bodies, might have a shipped to Han Francisco.
They will a trifle.
Musa, though a very great general,
chance to make useful men and women leave here the 1st. of August.
was a very vain man. and he d.ved his
I have thought so
Home excitement over the bored well beard black. This was another trill»*
many times, howjis it that the germs and
on the Johnson place as they report One of his captains chatTed him oil the
diseases don’t kill such a race.
—every indication shows striking of oil. subject, and Musa forthwith had him
they would be better off than in their
They are HO ft. down.
stripped and scourged
For this, at
Mrs. Cannon’s bouse is over run with the very height of his conquering ca
Mr. Lemmon, the Evangelist, dom'd a
carpenters working on the large build- reer, Sluss was recalled by the caliph
and disgraced. This made it Impoxsi
series of meetings on Sunday nt Taylor
irgs at depot. Another hotel is needed
hie for him to command the Moslem
Quite a few have Joined
army at the battle of Tours, on the is
the Ghristian church, and on Sunday af
Joe Stephens and wife bid friends sue of which, as all historians agree,
ternoon several were baptized in the
adieu and sailed on the Roanoke for the destinies of Europe and perhaps of
their home at Los Angeles, California. the whole human race depended.
Mrs. David Benfield will entertain the
It Is almost certain that if the genius
E. M. Carpenter is staying with his
of Musa had replaced (he Incompetence
Ladiex’ Sewing (Tub next Thursday.
son George for the snmmer.
of the half dozen tribal leaders whose
L. Benfield came out from the city
Mr. an<l Mrs. Marked left for Van dissensions made victory Impossible
Monday to visit on his mother's ranch
couver B. C. where they will meet the forces of Islam would have Joined
Miss Abbie Btitee, a well known school friends and visit in the Province for 10 hands from the west to the east and
teacher, was the guest of Mrs. P. Ander days then plan on returning.
During Inclosed Europe In their grasp.—Lon
son at Columbia View farm last Satur the Merchant's absence, the business don Standard
day and Sunday
will be conducted by Mr. Quay and
Ed. Lao, of Rooster Rock, was seen at Prof. Quicksell.
the Heights Saturday evening.
Farmers are rushing the hay in their
Irate Householder—Why can't you
Mr. and Mrs. Hatfield and daughter, barns as the weather is threatning rain. answer this bell sooner? The fire's out
attended the grange social on Saturday
J. B. Kellys’ are having their city again Where hsre you been?
Maid of all work (resigned and leav
friends visit at their camp in the grove.
Ing»—I’ve been packin' up my things
Mr. and Mrs E Williams have moved A most delightful sport during the sum
I can't stop to do that It'll light itself
to Roseburgwith the intention of making mer.
Tbe ’ou«e is afire!”—London
it their home.
Pu d 11 « >d • if ads.
Mrs Hunter, and two little ones,
How Grant Cured a Badly Scared Staff
One of General Grant's newly ap
pointed staff officers had never been In
any serioux engagement—But almost
tbe first day that be reported to Grant
he was placed under a Ore of the hot
test and moat severe kind. Tbe acream-
Ing of th« balls, tbe roaring of the can
non and the sharp crack and rattle of
the musketry thoroughly demoralised
him. He became abeolutely sick and
paralysed with fear. He was so weak
from nervous excitement that be ioet
physical control over himself.
General Grant came up at the very
climax of his fright, and, noticing his
pale face, his blue lipe and chattering
teeth, be said: “Captain. you are fright
ened. That Is natural enough
will get over it. Huppoee," continued
Grant. “I should come to you with a
hat containing nlnety-ntne white beans
and one black one and I should ask
you to thruat your hand into the bat at
a venture and pick out tbe black bean.
Do you think your chance of getting
that black bean would tie very good?
Well, your chance for being hit under
thia fire la.no greater than your chance
for drawing the black bean.”
This officer at once took heart, and
from then on he never showed the
slightest sign of fear.—Life.
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WIRg—You seldom bear of a woman
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