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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (June 12, 1913)
The street« are crowded with a niau of
human lieinga. They «eeiu to be in a
irensy of joy and under a great sire«« of
■•xcitenient. A dark object floating In
the heaven, above attract« my view
Twenty years have g I ide-1 by in quick It is swerving here and there with the
grace of a bird. It swiMip* closer and I
•iiM*a*ion. It was May, Nineteen
"•••* l**e gleaming lettere tin the »ide,
Entered as tfocon«! Cl»«« Mail Mattar at Lenta. Oregon, Augnai 25, I9U
Hundred and Thr e, and alone I .at .,w«|ter Singer’, thing machine, The
musing in my cliff bouaw home hy the Eagle.” ami I learn that he lia» Iwen
Published Every Thursday at Unis, Ore., by the M t . S cott ITai.ismsu Co.
employed by the government ol
11 A. DARNALL, K ditob *NI> M anakks .
It it evening and I «it gating into the Switserland to perfect a machineeuparior
firelight’« cheerful glow, watching Hie | to tlioae of other Powara. The picture
Office Phone: Home 1111. Residence: Tabor 2S18
groteeqtte figure« a« thavbattla with has vanished and with it the Spirit of
each other therin. eating the great, log the Past. I find mvrelf muting alone
A bank account means more than the dol-
F IT were not for the reputa- by the common people. The , liefore me, while through the open by a hearth full of «lead embers. Yea
tation that the
Portland custom has been to put them up window the booming of the breakers 1 am al «tie save my pet cat and my
lars you put into it, when you make up your
Daily News has for malicious in large blocks so that the mu mingled with the tweet fragrance of the IMHsiie «log and my servants. I knit
mind to start.
hyacinth, waft their way acroea the
and slanderous news, some one nicipality wishing to sell them, room, and I teem to float lastly along stocking* tor the poor or piece patch
in Lents would have reason to would have to apply to some into the miata of bvgone years
cy. For I am a lonely bachelor maid
feel bad. Twice of late the eastern bond market for their Oh! who is that queer humped-back who lives in a cottage hy the sea.
A banking connection means a lot to every
News has represented that disposal. If sold in the east ere* ure with the wrifikled brow and By Dorothy Johnstone, Buckley Ave.,
Lents was a hot bed of vice and the brokerage and the interest somber eveeol an old, old man, squat Loots, Oregon. Age 14 years.
young man. Banking relations—financial
ting upon the hearthstone with chin
that it was being crushed into go there. This helps to concen propped upon bis hand«? Small? lie
friends are needed before launching in any
Evening Star Grange.
the dust by the county sheriff. trate the money of the country it not more than a foot high I sit
Now both representations are at the bond market. If the staring at him yet he takes no heed of Th« atten<leine was very good at the
business. If you think we can help you
We defv the bonds must be disposed of quick utv presence. Unable to restrain niv last meeting of Evening Star Grange. I
call on us.
curiosity longer 1 ask. Who are you The lectute hour and also the buaine«»
News or any other publication ly. they sell at a loss.
to look the town over, and com Now if the amount to be in his eves he auewers Boy! Why I many of the uieuilier» to attend the
pare it honestly with any other! raised were broken up into am so old I have lost fount of the Rnaaelville Grange Hall,
town of its size in the North small notes, say 25 dollars each, years. I am the Spirit of the Pant - thia lieing Flora’s «lay, the Worthy !
west, and find a higher degree and not to exceed $100, and re my back has grown humped with Flora read a fine |>*|M«r on flower*
Many large bonqueU were acattered
of propriety or morality than tailed over the counter of some weight—The past g-ows so quickly, about
the room. Mr A. Nicola gave a
will be found right here in live department store. they forgetful of my presence A *ec<>nd short talk on the »object, “Moral In- I
U. S. POSI'Al. IIKPOSITORV
Lents. We do not contend that would sell at par. without time I broke in upon hi* reverie by tiuence of Good Picture*.’’ Mr. E«lgar '
things are absolutely spotless, brokerage, and at 4 to 5 per asking : Why have you come? A II. Bensenich of the Northwestern
but for a town that has been cent The interest would re whimsical «mile »tole aero»« his eonten- Natioual Bank had a very tine paiierl
on the -abject of “Currency and Bank-1
practically run without restric main in the community, the con ance, but he gravely added, “To roll mg Reform».” He al«<> explained the I
tions of any sort, not incor gestion of wealth in the east gaze upon the treasure of the paat ” present condition*, and told how with
porated and having no legal w.uld be relieved, the bond Shall we begin?
further legislation along these lines,
status or right to provide for holder’s interest in the welfare “Yea’’ I managed to gasp, for I was and the establishment ol a central
local regulations, we are quite of his community would be somewhat frightened. And io! upon tank financial trouble and panic*'
«■ouId tie averted. Mr. T. J. Krender, |
ready to put Lents against the doubled, and everybody would the tirelit screen stood the Gilbert Master of Lent» (¡range, «ml a <l<«lagate
best of the country. No doubt be happy—except the fellow Hitting from tree to ttee. Old Glory from thia couutv to the last state
A local pa;»«r publiil»-«I in the middle
there have been some soiled who has been accustomed to was proudly floating in the breeze, j Grange, tohl of the work done by that
tells ««f h young girl reeking em
characters seen out this way. clip our cupons. And as he has while the ground was cov«-red with body. Pleasing instrumental music
Even some of the News repre not been accustomed to consider children who were amusing themselves was rendered by Mr. Orlan Hollowell. ployment in the office of a busini-as
Make* all pointa betwuen Portland
seniatives have been seen in us further than to collect his at various games. The playing cease,I, A-omieal recitation.
with it the picture has passed, ami
»0 daubed with i-<«smcti<-a that her
and Lents on Mt Scott Line.
Lents, and possibly the editor of interest, we would not worry. and
now upon the firelit screen, I see a
features wrre actually repulmve to the:
that shpet may have passed
Freight, Expresa, Baggage and all
room filled with rows of desks which
Homesteaders Making Good.
would I m * employer. The editor ««Ids I
through the town. We are not
kinds of Transfer Work.
are littered l>v hooka, papers, and pen
Homesteaders in Central Oregon are , “If tin* young wonian could have h«*urd j
cils. I look more closely and diacov««r
responsible for that. Had the
Presiiient the remarks which the busine«« num
that each desk is presided over bv
remainder of the city, dominat
Joseph Young, of the Hill line« in make later when discnasing young
wuineii an«l the liti»im»s world, «he
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ed for the past two years by the To The Editor:
Home li 61H
beg permission to call the attention sits a girl of perhaps fourteen years, Oregon, who lately accompanied Louis would have blushed to tin* r«»it» of tier
News’ choice of public officials, of I your
readers to a matter of the great writing and rewriting this sentence U. Hili, of the (treat Northern, on an hair, ami if «la- ha« a grain of >enm- in I
been as well conducted, and est importance to all of us and that is “Learn to concentrate your mind if you extended tour of the State. Crop con her
F. W. I ussy. Manager
make-up site won|/i have A -..|»e«l
would succeed.” Farther back aits a ditions are said, to be excellent with never again to make hi-m-lf look like I
kept as free from boot-leggers tiie school election J une 16.
Ask for Ifiar City Van
and degenerates as Lents has The manag«»ment of the schools of this boy counting and recounting to him prospects of a big yield. Development a woman of the street. Ncatncaa anil |
self. I ;>eer closer and bnd that he is work of all kinds is going ahead well I modesty in appearance,—and that in-
been, there would not have been district lies with five men elected by estimating
to find out the exact secomls
the taxpayers who handle (3,000,000 of
new settlers are vmiing in from the : elude« the treatment of U m - face, —are
as much interest in getting a set the peoples money every year Conse- when he shall become a tangent and lie and
East and establishing themselves.
essentials that tiring employment and
of clean city officials as was ex qeently it is of the utmost importance Hung from the grammar school into the
hibited at the recent election.
that we elect capable, conscientious, maze of Greek, German or Psvebic re
A simple mean» of preventing a
The next meeting of Mt Hcott Union
search. And still farther back si's a i fresh cake sticking to a plate is to ! will I m * with Mrs. J. \V. Wilkins, 8929
Futhermore, the people of persons to this board.
Lents do not feel that Sheriff The two candidates before the people boy twisting and wriggling about in hi« sprinkle a little sugar on the plate. 1 65th Avenue H. E. Take tin* Mt. Scott
seat in hie endeavor to gaze into a tiny
I car to Arleta. The date for this meet-1
Word is possessed of a grouch are Mrs. Kerr and O M. Plummer.
Mrs. Kerr is an estimable society wo- looking glass. He wishes to eee if his
: ing la June 25th. “Democracy and the
Most Children Have Worms
against the town. He did not , man who lives on Portland Heights, hair has lost the effect of the uncom
< tvnrman,” is the topic for study, with!
flrst-lldss livery and feed
arrest any one in Lents for the she is toe wife of James B. Kerr, a fortable kid curler of the night lieiore Many mothers think their children a review of tliv “Trend of Tilings ”
Stables at Borlnq and Sandy
attempted hold up of a fanner, prominent attorney for the Harriman (Turn to yonr class) of course you re are suffering from indigestion, headache
near Sycamore. He has never Railroads. She is at present a memtier cognize the picture. Again the build nervousness, weakness, costiveness.
1 -nh-purtation of all kind*
has taken its place upon the screen. when they are victims of that mat com
ADVIRIISM) If IHRS
of Buggitge to Bandy and
raided the town at any time.
tbe kboard’ hlavin<f
ch"*n * ing
interior pointe ....
... i the other members to fill a vacancy
Advertised letter* for week ending
He has warned some of the citi- canHe<] hy th* resignation of H. c. and at last down it falls into a heap of Peevish, ill-tempered, fretful children, May 7. 1913:
For flirtti—r Information phons or writs
who t<«a and grind their teeth, with bad
Zens about the necessity of ob- Catnpliell. She was nominated by J. V. ruins.
Alford, I Mrs. Anna; Barhejaw, Paul;
E. F. DONAHUE, Prop.
serving the law in reference to B«-ach, a member of the law firm ot But before I have time to sigh or
Rice. B; ; Cani. H N ; ('urti«, Kailie E ;
Coe, W. E; Halilliaininer, B F; DM
the sale of liquors and gambling. Simon. Beach, and Mallory Mrs. Kerri K've one moan
startled eye at the scene then before* be given Kickapoo Worm Killer, a an, Geo. E; Gil*un, G B ; Hirn«, E'I
ha- served fonr months
That is his duty and privilege to The other candidate is O. M Plum me. U|sin the mass of ruins ri-e* a pleasant candy lozenge, which expels
ward J ; Hiiliga«, Mrs F W; Il g«m
mer, a .«uccessful business man with a k mighty building with domes, tower a worm«, regulates the bowels, tones up Edith; Huntington,
G; Jone», Mrs,
In reference to the little dis national reputati«>n a« an educator He > and an «.bservatory rises, while around the system, and make« children well and Knapp, Mary F, Iz-vings, I. L ,
turbances that have occured, is a man of the plain fa'ople. Hi* ideas i it the grass is springing to life, cover happy Kickapoo Worm Killer is Mor*t«>n, J II; Morton, II. H; Morand,
ing th«- space with a carpet of green. I guaranteed. All druggists, or by mail. E <’; Motif »t, Paul; Myer», M F,,
relative to the skating rink, we are practical bti «1 tie gets r« »ult«.
To illustrate the way Mr. Plummer . look more cloeeiv ami I rea«l—The Pri«e 25c. Kickapoo Indian M.-dieihe N-I» «n,
A. M. MOSS
wish to say that the News is does thing«, I relate this inci«lent which i Gilbert ITnniversity. The doors are Co., Philadelphia and St Ixmia
Power», E. J, Hadding, E. F; Taylor,
again ¡n error. The persons occnred in the Arleta District.
opening. The Board <•! Education is |
NOTARY Pl ’ HI.ft •
Wui F; Tetter, G. F; William«, Hr.
held for conducting an unlawful For two year.« the patron.« of the Ar advancing to take their se its in the
Wilson, Mari», Y«tes, Wm.
amusement were not thrown in leta school have liven trying to secure assembly hall. They item familiar. 1
<»EO. W. HI’RING PoatniMter.
to jail and released after trial. i b’lbbiing fountains f r the building. Ah I yes, twenty years lias workxl a
8 A M. to 5 P. M., Herald Office, Lent*
were fountains for Portland change, their steps are slow and their
A Unique Laboratory.
J. L. Johnson
That is just half true. The There
Heights, fountains for Irvington anil
Outside ttie harbor of Sfax. Tunisia. •I I*. M. tu 9 I*. M., Residence, Gn-sham
sheriff did not dig up an old. fountains for La«id, but non«- for Mt. couragement and kindly sympathy : Lento, < Irt-gun
R««llte I In the «hallow ««ter of the clear
out of date unconstitutional law. I Scott. Last Monday Mr. Plummer was flash from their eyes on the stmient '
Mediterranean, in situated a biological , Phone Tabor 4754
laboratory for I be stud) of iqMiiigvN.
Some of the people of Lents in , invited to address ti e Arleta branch of ’ body there assembled. I forgot to ;
C. S. Ogsbury, D. M. D.
It is one of the most unique In the
voked a very much alive statue th«- Parent-Teachers’ Association. In mention their name«, but yon know i
of the financial coielltlon ol
world nn<1 afford* opportunity for ob
! the course of hi« remarks he said Arieta them They are the present Board of
on the subject but the jury re should have fountains and that they Education. The picture broaden« and
serving the development of the aponge i OFFICE IIOURH
Over Mt. Beoti
from tiny larva, so small that It can i » A M to* I*. M.
Judge I could be installed within twenty-four I peep into rooms No. 12 and 13 and ;
leased the victims.
be atudled under a tnlcroecope,
Gantenbein is cited as having i hours. Ttie morning pajmr published -ee, standing liefore a desk tea« hing t»t Lent«, in the Stale of Oregon, *t the close of only
until five yearn Inter It baa developed
declared the law unconstitu- an account of th- meeting on Tuesday, . fifty boys, a teacher who is ably ex- i busineM June 4, 1913.
into a perfect sponge.
tional. Judge Gantenbein has
I M.W ,M
was sent out hy the board with ex vine layers itself, just how a graft I ! TzOannand discounts
no authority to do anything of : man
DR. C. B. OGLE
planations and apoligie». but with what should be made and how a tree should Overdraft* .............................
•"There are two sides, you know, to
the sort. What his opinion may is more important, bubbling fountains. be pruned. And she continued, “I !
Furniture and fixture*...............
. s.ooo <n
I practice all Hranehea of lifintlatry
be is a different matter.
This is only one of many instances shall call my assistants and we shall Due from approved
“Yea." replied the gloomy peraon, llfilcc Hour« H to 12 A M
1 to 4P, M
If the News were to confine ttiat could be related of Mr. Plummer’s have a practical demonstration <«f Ibis
Check* an<l other cash item*
Hiimlaya by Appointment
“but It makes n difference which aide
itself to the truth, and what the
Cash on hand
Office corner of Main Hl. Foater Hoad
you choose There two sides to a piece
The (tolling place in Lents is Dukes’ file past to the orchard am) I recog> ize
TOTAL CASH .....................
people of the county know to be Hall,
however a taxpayer may vote at the able professors as Mrs. Calkins and Expense*............................... ........
the truth, it would have a more any polling place in the city. A |ierson Mr. Gilbert.
O. D Dunning
J. P. McKntie
creditable standing with the may vote without having registered as Again the « icture ha vanished and
“Money, after all. means nothing but
better informed people of the | the general election laws do not apply now I see a busy r om fllleii w>tb Capita] stock paid In...............
fclerks, a din of typewriter», adding,
“Htlll. It I» the only kind of trouble
city, As it is. no one knows to school elections.
Postal MavinK* deposit«
9 9,248 OU
Mr. Plummer i« not s/iending any machines and »« ratclnng of ;» ns make« I Individual deposit* subject
which It la Im Hl Io borrow ”
! money on his campaign as he is opposed one wonder if all the business of New ■ to check........................................ fig,712 IH
jishes, and the less prejudiced ! to a man buying his way into office. No York City in being, transacts«) before Demand certiflrates
the reader is, the less he will be j automobiles will tie hired to carry voters . von. The picture enlarges arid I see a
Hevetnh and Ankeny Streets
She Was tie flirtons dear, when yon
Certified check* ...................
told him (tint we hud lH*en awretly Portland
lieve. There is a place for a re to and from the poll* although *oine of man quietly sitting in a apaeions office Cashiers checks
mu rrled ? U p Not renlly furiotm. only
liable, independent paper in his [ivrsonal friends may offer ti eir pri- gix ing orders to office hoy* or dismiss Time certificates of deposit
sulf lirions Ji id Ke
i vate machine« for the convenience of i mg callers, ami I ponder, in this tf,e
I 7».4M 7»
Portland. It is to be regretted voter* in ttie »nburlis. However let 11» mighty tirain p «wer whicn controls the
I.. H. Cnrtt r & Son
» MÄM 70
tone la to bo deeniPtl free who has
that the News cannot be both. not wait to tie taken in an automobile bnsv whirl of the adjoining r<»itn. I
(' ntractor* und Hullder*
cumniand I’ytba gorse Manufacturer* of WI ih I ow t’anlnfs, fierren
Htate of Oregon,
j hut let us ail go and take our friends ' wisely conclude that it is, and that I County
Door* and Window*. Molding*, Column*, Pan
with 11« and break the ring ttiat has con urn meeting face to face my old class I, H. Rostad, (»'ashler of the above named
els, (trmtmenUi, Etc. <’u*Uim I'lalning and
T^HE failure of the city of trolled
Hand Hawing Owners l«rnt Plaining Mills
school iszlitics for tle-re many mate, Mr. -Fred Dozier. The picture
and Wood Working Factory.
bank, do solemnly swear that the above state
MT. SCOTT. |
* Portland to dispose of its years.
Best Laxative lor the Aged
changes and I follow him to hi« home, ment Is true to the tjest of my kooyledgeand
bonds at creditable values in two I
a palatial mansion in one of ttie most belief.
Old men and women feel the need of
H. Rostad, Cashier.
Pap Proudfather—Hey, mother, select resident districts of the city.
alaxative more than young folkf, hut it W. F. Klineman
or three instances of late is but did Old
C. E. Kennedy
you read thi»? Son Hank’» made Lightly he runs up the step* ami disap
must he safe and harm lew« an I one which Attomey-at-Law
2nd Ave., Lenta.
C. F. Hendricksen
another evidence that it is time hi» first »peeeh in the legiilature an' pears, and the picture fadee and I ran
will not cause pa<n. Dr. Kings New
M. O. Thorae n
KtNNtdV « KIlNtMM
to change the system in selling »aid that all the good in him he learnt ■ see no more.
Id rectors Life Pills are especially good for the
Real Eatate and Rentala, Notary
at hi» mother’» knee.
securities. Bonds of the face of ( Mr». Proudfather—I reckon he did And again I see liefore me beautiful Bubacrlbed and sworn to before me this 11th aged, for they act promptly and easily.
Switzerland with its glaciers and snow « day oPJune 1911.
W. F. Kllneman Price 25c, Recommended by all Drug-
Phons T. 2012
j capped mountains, I am in Geneva.
$1000 or up cannot be handled —upside down, across my knee.
NoUry Publie. ffeeta.
4ainSL and Carlina, lienta, Oregon
A PROPttfCY BY A
14 YEAR OLD GIRI
DO YOUR BUSINESS
WITH A GOOD
The Multnomah State Bank
NOTES OF THE W, C. T. 0.
Rose City Van
THE MULTNOMAH STATE BANK
Dunning & McEntee