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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (May 22, 1913)
that a just and merciful Heavenly
farm along these various lines as if they
Father has nothing eventually, hut good
were in the city, and this is coming
in «tore for any of the children of men
about. I have no fear as to the result
A -pedal correspondent who has visit
of this condition. The fact is, I would
BKIIZY ITEMS CONTRIBUTED BY HUMID iff: POR TP. R 8 AT NEARBY POINTS
not if I could, make the conditions on
WANTED —Boy* may be had and
• raging terror existing that would cause Master of the National Grange, at a the farm so prosperon- thst all the hoys
sometime* girls. The older one* al
of hi* father-in-law who died Monday • bloody, bigoted Russian or Spaniard to
Banquet Given in Alhanay, on ami gkbu.who are born there should
ordinar* wage* and others to lie
blush with shame. At Charleston West
schooled and cared tor in retimi for « --------------- GRESHAM
14, by the Commercial Club, want to remain there. If they did, God
pity the cities. You go to th* great
Misses Mildred, Naonle and Aneita Virginia, he saw a solid block of palaces
slight «ervii-e« rendered. For particu
to the Members of the Oregon center* of trade, go to the great business
lar* address W. T. Gardner, «uperlli-
W If. Bond i* spending this week at Fauboin made a trip to Marmot Friday two mile* long, »here the wealthy Coal
tendent Boy* and Girls Aid Society ot Bend and other towns in Eastern Ore where they had a very enjoyable visit Barons live, where back of them along
houses of thst city, and you will find
< Irvgon. Portland. t in-
that about 90 per cent, by actual count,
with the Aschoff* and Mr*. Haight.
1 asked the worthy Master ot your oi
you will find, spent
Vrr<>n Hopkins, of Portland, visited Mr*. Dora Roliert* ha* returned to miners in miserable hovels, unfit for a
. , , .
,. „ ... the firs» 16, 18 or 21 year* of their life
Welches after a two week* stay with coyote, that produced all of the wealth u
State Grange what I should aay this
FOR. SALK—100 White Leghorn hen*
on the farm and so we have an interest
Graudins Wocd hail the misfortune to her father who ha* been very ill, but for these predatory rich. ¡At the eminent
of thia year* breeding. Choice |LuO
and we mul,t keep
ia rapidly, improving
each or |7f> 00 for the Hock. Also some fall ami break her arm laat Sunday.
baby chick* Calkins Poultry Farm. Dr Hughes set the bone.
aaid everyone of theee pampered scoun me. I au here because I was invited must make agriculture so prosperous
The track meet between the high
I .ent«, Gresham car, Gillbert Croeaing
Mr, Coleman i* having the snow drels with no more heart in them than to come. It f do any good I want th» ,Dd »<l»«nUgeous that we can keep the
schools of Estacada and Gresham that
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out of the road from the Twin a stone, were devout church members, credit. Iff do any damage-(a sug- best boys and gin* on the far □>. There
was scheduled for last Saturday was
FOR SALE—Young horse, weight
attended divine services regularly and gestive look at the Htate Master.)
Bridge* to The .Mountain View House.
whare theY sr® ne«>ded.
postponed on account of the rainy
The Grange has been active along
1,000 11 m . good driver, sound,
Pride Jone* ha* gone to Portland for contributed liberally to buy red flannel
weather. If the weather is favorable
clothing forjthe South American Savages the old, old story ” I have been io other line*. It ia, according to it* or-
with rig. or horse alone. Enquire of
it will be held next Saturday.
ami the heathens in the Isle* of the Sea, 'Oregon before. I was ,„
rc in tbi*
vul. val- organized law, absolutely non-partisan.
The firemen are busy practising for the
and j It doea not believe in and should not,
been reparing the trail up Hucklebeery ao that they could learn something of | tey „)m<, eight or Un yeB„
FOR SALE Second hand door* cheap tournament.
the lieautie* of our present civilization. have been in different part* of Oregon and I do not believe it does enter into
W T. Bischoff. 109 2nd Ave.
Mias Minnie Shriner visited friends at
Mr. and Mr*. A. M. Dourghty have With all of their wealth they had noth on various occasions, and I (till think partisan politice. It ba* been said that
Corliett last week
returned to their homeatead on Enola ing but acant wages for the miner* and they toll me the same old, old story, política is the science of government.
FOR HALE—<0 cord of dry wood.
Mr. and Mrs G. W Hie ret and the
F. J. Koch, acri«* Lincoln Av*., from latters slater Mr*. Drube, of Portland, Hill after apending the winterin Sandy. cheated them out of the moot of that by and sing the wonderful praises of the We believe in the science ot govern
ment, we believe in teaching the science
Ktevc Mitchell ia hewing out rock for a system of false weight*. Company
Raleigh addition, Imita.
s|>ent laat Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. a fireplace which he intend* building owned store* where outrageous price* state of Oregon. Thia i* alright, bat of government. I believe it should be
my tender heart wa* moved a little to
FOR HALE:—Three good adjacent John Sleret at Scenic.
were aiikrd and where they where day in meeting resident* of my own tsught in the school, home, pulpit and
lot* in Arden Park.
1-eveL in cultiva
The Commencement exercises will be
obliged to deal. Thi* ia not Russia, but state. The first thing they did wa* to grange.
tion. Bargain for home location. En held in the assembly room of th«- high
Somewhere in thi* country the farm
America, the land of Washington, Jeff take ap the refrain, and sing about the
quire of Ml Hcolt Pub Co Lents.
school building at 8 o’clock Thursday
conceived the idea that the govern
greet glories of Oregon. I said to them,
LUMBER—At our new mill It» mile* evening May 29. Class color* are blue
needless to add that this kind of a sys “my heart bleed* for yon when you tell ment should do almost a* much for
southeast'll Kelso. We deliver lunilwr. end gray; class flower i* the pink tea
tem will not be permitted to exist much this thing; you have heard it so often him, aa4f be lived in city or town, and
(• rose Class motto ia “Conquering and
Never mind, a aucceasion of bright
yoa really believe it I* true.” All yon thi* organization advocated rural mail
FOR HALE—One fourth acre,clear«!, still to conquer,” There are fourteen <lays are not far ahead.
Andrew Carnegie said he “early people of Oregon have that faculty of delivery. I do not like the term “free
The big Peeriea* Auto with a 50 horse
in Walden Park. Five dollar payment*. pupils in the class
learned that the worker never got rich.” really beliving you are in the lead of delivery.” It ia not any more free
Enquire al Mt Hcott Publishing Co'*,
power engine, got stuck on the Cherry
with the usual cunning of a Scotch Paradise, *o, tonight, I will not tell yoa than city delivery, for the people pay
ville hili Sunday night, in its frantic
evening to discuss thecoming tourna effort to get out got pretty badly wreck man he soon learned to work the work of the wonderful beauties of the great for both.
FOR SALE Newspapers for wrap ment Ray Metzger, Edw. Aylaworth
Twenty-eight year* ago, if mv mem
er and became enormoualy rich.
■tale from which I came, because I be
ping or kindling Mt. Scott Pub. Co.
A prominent busineM man of Portland lieve that when a person is in Paradise, ory serve* me right, there wa* a reso
and Haroki Kern were appointed a com
Despite the rainy weather of laat week
FOR HALE—Practically new 2 horse mittee to see about getting a pennant
says that there ia not enough money in either in reality or in imagination, it is lution introduced into some inbordinat*
Fairbank* Morse gasoline engine and made Emeet Thompson we* appointed over 500 feet of planks were laid on the ! 1 circulation to meet the growing de-
not best to break the apell. It is all we Grauge, passed through the state
Cherryville Hill last week. This job,
pump Cheap for cash. R. Ilevting,
of Illinois can do to make a living, and Grange, and brought into the National
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will be pushed to a finish as rapidly as
' of the xystem to keep money scarce if yon people of Oregon should all move Grange, asking for another “prepoeter-
The baccslaureste sermon will be the weather will permit
DIRT FOR HALE. 2fi cent» a yard if
and tight so that those ¡that control it back there, some of na would bare to ous” thing—a thing that judges and
Ira Flyn and family of Cottrell, have :
deliver«*! within reasonable dmance preached to the Gresham high school
gradustea in the M E. church next moved on the Kuhn Ranch West and may get a high rate of interest. Good come out u®.«, where we do not want jurists said would disrupt the whole
lriah Bros , Imita
foundation of our government and con
•olid men here have been obliged to pay to be.
Sumlsy evening May 25th by Rev. C. North of town.
stitution. When this Grange organiza
ten per cent for the use of money and
C. Rarick, of Portland. There will be
Dr. O. F. Botkin and wife, who live
a number of solos and other B|>ecial on* rrtile East of Cherryville on the a big bonus on to that. In the mean little about the Grange. It seem* to tion asked that the people be permitted
time money ia «hoveled out to bankers me it ia almost useless in tbi* wonder to elect their United States senators by
automobile road, celebrated their fiftieth
Mias Ethel Wilkinson, who has been anniversary of their wedding at the res or has been for the asking. In 1907 fully progressive state of Oregon, where direct vote, the ides that the people
teaching at Brightwood, has returned idence of their Son-in-law, Thomas Gra during the panic, the Republican Ad the Grange has been such a factor and themselves could be trusted with thia
wonderful messure, was scoffed at, but
ministration gave money to Morgan to
I to her home here for her vacation.
ham. at Mt. Tabor, on Wednesday of relieve the stringency, and Morgan says such a force, not only in developing some ot our good old Grange people
this week. They were married in Iowa that be did it! Rata.
well as being a leader in that principle said they believed that it did not re
while he was in the service of hi* coun
Makes all point* between Portland
which the Grange ba* always advocat quire any more intelligence, any more
try in the great Civil War and while he
and Ixmt* on Mt. Scott Line.
ed. “equal rights and equal suffrage.” judgment, any more integrity to vote
wa* home on a furlough After serving
direct for Uuited States Senator than it
Mrs. 8. F. Philips ami Grandma The Grange organization stands today did to vote for a legislator whom we
The entertainment and basket social through the war, he returned home and
Freight, Exprès*. Baggage and all
After Philips went to Silo Ore. on Monday to
held at the school house last Saturday began the study of Medicne.
kind* of Transfer Work.
can trust to elect that same senator.
evening proved an entire suceeasj The graduating, practiced medcine in Iowa, attend the funeral of Mr*. Frank Philips. secret character that ever admitted to You will find the Grant* in th* fore
Fred Howitt was severely bitten on
proceeds amounted to S31 60, the great Missouri and Illioni*. On account of
woman. She •* equal in all things, and front of thia battle. So it has been an
er part of which will be used toward* earing for an extensive pratice, in III- the hand by a dog last Wednesday morn
activ* organization. Talk about th*
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superior in some.
prize* for the Juvenile Fair to be ionie, near Jerseyville, hi* health began ing.
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pure food law if you will, talk about
to give way, and he came to Mt. Tabor
held at Sandy next fall.
Born to Mr*. Ricdards. of Nehalem, a
the inter state commerce law, you can
Mias Carrie Lamoreoux. teacher of Oregon, about 25 year* ago and took up eon. May 13th. Mr*. Rickard* is vist-
F. W. Tu«»y, Manager
tury. I presume that in the history of not go into a railroad station in th*
the primary department has gone to her hi* pratic*, where he soon built up an her mother, Mrs. Suffel.
the United States there has never been United State* but what you will find a
Ask for Rose City Vaa
brother's home in Oregon Citv for her extensive buaineea. About five year*
The Mother of O. P. Potts died Tues
an organization called into existence card reading like thia: “Freight rat*
vacation. Both Mr Purcell and Mias ago he was again obliged to let up in bis day afternoon at the home of her son.
will b* made known on application.”
Lamoreaux have been re-elected to round of incessant activity and came to
Andrew Nilseen, who was one of the thst has been les* understood, more I want to ask this audience here to
thia place and opened up a new home, four persons killed thia week in the wreck
teach next year.
night, man or woman, from any stat«,
The Neigborhood Chib will meet where he soon, with charasteric energy, near Seattle was quite well known in wise. than has this or^nisation. We if they ever saw such a card in any of
Sunday May 25th at 2:30 P. M All are built a fine home and cleared up some Lenta, having made hi* home with the
fice until the Grange had worked out
from the jungle. Here in company Kildaiil’a of this place, a few years ago through the period when every charge and presented a bill creating the inter
with his excellent wife, aided by his son
Mill 1 IS mH** *outh«*»t ot Kelso
organization. It has outlived this. It state commerce commission.
who make* his home with them.
These are a few of the things that thia
has outlived the day of scoff and scorn,
He expects to spend the evening of his
organization baa been active in bring
days on earth cheerfully and hopefully
nizes the Grange organization as one ing about, and today I say unhesitating
Walter Creighton returned from Port waiting for the great change that await*
Three case* of «mall-pox are reported- that stand* for betterment, not only of ly that it exercises more influence in
land Friday after attending the funeral us all sooner or later,¡serenley confident
the American farmer, but of the Amer congress and in the legislatures of the
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Grange states than it ever exercised be
Mis* Alice Rassmussen spent Satur- ican home.
Urge «lock <>t IHmetnlon Lumber on baud
, day in Portland.
Hough *n<l l>rv**ed lumber tor *11 purposes
We have been charged of working fore, and it is simply because it bas
Mr*. Willis end baby returned from against great interest*, yet you will not been a conservative organization.
eeud order to JONSRUD HKOH. Baring Bbl
There is one fact that I want to im-
Portland Saturday evening.
find in the history of the organisation,
Gene Larsen moved his family to or in a sentence in its organic law, press upon our younger members, and
Troutdale last week. He was unable to where such a charge is justifiable. We that is that in the forty-seven years of
rent a hous» at Corbett, as the Lewis believe in laws that will compel corpor the existence of this organization, it has
bungalow was too far from his work. ations, great or small to obey the laws never gone before the people with a
public policy, unless that p iblic policy
Mr Lareen will remain here during the of the country.
A. M. HOSS
rummer and contimue his duties at the
The great fundamental, and under has been enacted into law, or we are
lying principle of this organization is still working to attain that end. It has
Donald Spragne, George Knierien, education. We believe the farmer to never had to retract one single policy
Ralph Kincaid and Miss Irene Knapp day needs education more than any or act, and it is for this reason that it
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attended the "favor” dance at Bridal thing else. When I say this I want to stands today an organization that is
« P. M. to « P. M., Residen«', Oresham
Veil, Saturday evening.
be understood that he does not need an both safe and sane. This is why it is
The Union 8unday school here is education any more than the other fel exerting influence as it does in every
»teadily growing in attendance. Rev. low, because, in my experience with principle in which it takes part. The
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Hyatt of the Gresham Free Methodist farmers and others, I say today, with Grange organizstion is working in the
C. S. Ogsbory, D. M. D.
i churdb was present at Sunday school out fear of contradiction, that there is no interest of all classes.
If I understand Grange doctrine, it is
Sunday, and preached after Sunday class of men that is better informed on
Over Mt. Beoti
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the great topics of the day than the far not to increase the cost of farm produc
ELECTRIC LIGHT is the most suitable
Mr. Owen of Corvallis, is visiting hie mers of the United States. This has tions to the consumer. When we take
Sunil* M by Appointment
for homes, offices, shops and other places need
danghter, Mrs. Geo Chamberlain.
been brought about by an organization up the reports of the Agricultural De
partment today, and find that the pro
The Mi-ses Jackson and Livingston that he himself has made.
ing light. Electricity can be used in any quan
¡■•ms out from Portland to attend the
G. D. Dunning
J. P. McEntee I
There are other farm organizations in ducer is receiving from 30 per cent to
Grange dance. They were entertained existence. 1 understand you have suc 40 per cent, and it takes 80 or 70 per
tity, large or small, thereby furnishing any re
Phones: Main 430, Home A 4668
at the W. Evans home.
cessful ones in this state. The Grange cent to distribute the product, we know
Miss Minnie Bhriner of Gresham was believes in working band in hand for there is something wrong. So this
quired amount of light. Furthermore, electric
an over Sunday visitor at the F. Shonltz the bettering of agriculture, and work i Grange mws forward to try and find
and Wilbur Evane families.
ing with all organizations that have for the reason for this, and they have die-
Bom to Mr. and Mr*. D. Benfield, their aim this object. I know but lit covered that great corporations are
ing any desired distribution of light.
Heventh and Ankeny Streets
May 13th, twin boy*.
tle of their work, so my few remarks to charging freight rates, based not only
night will be confined to what this or on the actual valne of their stock but
No other lamps possess these qualifications,
of numerous Janita I cards “Mother’s ganization has done in the past, what it on double, treble and in some cases
Day.” The mi-mtn-r- of the Sunday is doing in the present, and what it quadruple the amount, and from that
therefore it is not surprising that electric lamps
L. H. Carter & Son
we are led to believe there is something
school and several other friends took proposes to do in the future.
(’• ntrnctora and Builder«
for the Grange to do along that line.
are rapidly replacing all others in modem es
Manufacturer« <4 Window < h 4 h K«. Screen
Then there is another thing that I
think of her and of the high esteem in system o! education. We believe that
Doorn an<l Window«. Molding«, Column«, ran
, 1«, Ornament«. Ktc. ( u«lom ruining and
w hich she is held in the c immunity. the country child has the same rights want to speak of. It is probable that
Hand H hu I iik Owner« l«enl Plaining Mill«
Htul W<x*l Working Factory.
Several of the friend« of Mis* Mary and should have the same advantage to there are too many people handling
Oak.-« gave her a surprise party Thurs a practical education as has the boy or these products A system should tie
day evening, it b» i g her nineteenth girl who was unfortunate enough o brought about to remove as far as pos
W. F. Klyieman
C E. Kennedy
have been born in the town or city sible, the distance from the producer to
the consumer I am firmly of the
2nd Ave., Lents
Mias Lena Bell returned Friday from We bel’“ve it is possible to do this. If opinion that there never was such a
Kennedy & Kilneman
a visit with friend* and relatives in the Grange does what it is intending to thing as over production The trouble
Portland and Gresham. I
Real Estate and Rentals. Notary
accomplish, it will show to the firm is not in over-production, but in under
hoys and girls that they have the same consumption, and the Grange should
rise to meet tlíese great questions, and
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advantages for an education as if they bring about a syste u of social and
Main St. and Carlin««. I^nt*. Oregon
had learned a profession and hung out economic conditions so that the people
mav be brought closer together, and be
Old Pap Proudfather—Hey, mother, their shingle in the top loft of some city enahled to consume more of what the
S. ÄW. BtSI GLtANfK
structure. They may read long articles;
did you read this? Son Hank’s made they may exhaust all energy in solving producer produces.
Main Office Seventh & Alder Streets
When the history of agriculture is
his first speech in the legislature an’ this question hut there i* only one written in the future the historian in
A limited qnanity of 8 A W. cleaner
said that all the good in him he learnt thing to tny mind that will do it. That noting changed conditions will have to
Telephones Main 6688 and A. 6130
and 8. A W. polisher for sale st this
at his mother’s knee.
is to show to the boy or girl, the young say that one of the greatest factors re
office—Does excellent work on clothing
sponsible tar th* chsng s that have oc-
man or the young woman, that the cured, was *h* National Grange, th*
Full direc. Ion*.
same chance for success is open on the Patrons of Husbandry.
Hcolt Pub. Co.
ADDRESS BY HON.
DOINGS OF OUR NEIGHBORS
Rose City Van
Dunning & McEntee
LIGHT AND POWER CO.