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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 7, 1913)
And she saw among the billows a huge
vessel fall and rise;
Onct I went a-fishin' with a man what
had a reel
Oh. it did not need a prophet to tell
what the end must be,
An' fancy hooka an* catgut an' a fish
pole made of steel;
For no ship could ride in safety near
the shore on such a sea.
He never got a single bile from early
Then the pitying people hurried from Just 'cut he didn't take no stock in
Entered ss Second Ci«»» Mail Matter at tent». Oregon, AuffMt 26, l»l I
their homes and thronged the
spittin* on th* bait
Yes. he kin laff an' jeer, but where’s
Published Every Thursday st fonts, Ore., by the M t . S cott P vbiishinu Co.
his fish. I'd like to know?
Oh, for power to cross the waters and
H. A. DARN ALL, E ditor and M anaocr .
the perishing to reach!
Oh. I guess lots o' things is true 'at
some folks say ain't sot
Office Phone: Home 1111. Residence Tabor 2*13
Helpless hands were wrung in terror,
tender hearts grew cold with
UST now when we are all in are sure, there is a tendency on And the ship, urged by the tempest, on D’jever drop a horse hair into th*
terested in the recent fires in the part of a large number of
the fatal rock shore sped
An' leave it there for weeks an’ weeks
Lents it is not amiss to study in
'thout drainin' of it off?
surance. Most of the parties in want when a fire has occurred. She has parted in the center! Oh, the An' if you use a human hair they say
half of her goes down!
terested in the losses of the fire There seems to be just one way
it only takes
mercy! Is heaven far to Jes' half as long—hut anyhow, it turns
of last Monday morning were
seek for those who drown?
’em into snakes!
well satisfied with the adjust is to appoint some one to look Lo! when next the white, shocked
An’ ef a feller don’t believe one half
ments that were made. That,
faces looked with terror on the
the things he hears
however, is a matter for another until all the property has been
A darnin' needle comes along an' sews
story. The point of interest here safely housed. As a matter of Only • one last clinging figure on the
both his ears!
spar was seen to be
is that some of them did not have fact there is no excuse for rub
the protection they thought they bing a house damaged by ri re Nearer to the trembling watchers came Our cook, »he'» superstiihut--she's
scared as anythin'
had. Part of this misconception any more than there is for
the wreck tossed by the wave.
spills a little salt or don't
And the man still clung and floated,
grew out of the fact that they
though no power on earth could
had thought to be doubly safe appropriation of property which
a kid I'd walk down
by insuring in two companies for does not belong to us constitutes
"Could we send him one short mes-
was poisoned if my
varing amounts. Just what the theivery whether it is from
sage? Here's a trumpet, shout
on a crack!
advantage is in insuring in sev
is silly—I eros»
eral companies is not evident to
T was the preacher's hand that took
it. and he wondered what to say
one who understands that in case under lock, and the individual
But I guess lots o' things is so 'at
of damages each company stands
some folks never knew!
only for its pro rata of the total either instance lays himself I Any memory of his sermon? Firstly ?
Secondly’ Ah. no;
damage. The fellow who in Hable to punishment.
There was but one thing to utter in
FOR THE CHAFING DISH.
sures in one company for a
that awful hour of woe
•‘Advertising is the leader's baton in
outside of a nickel-plated dish
thousand, in another for twelve the world's orchestra of industry. To So he shouted through the trumpet.
never be immersed in water,
“Look to Jesus! Can you hear?”
hundred, does not get $2200 in its inspired beat, the frenzied tiddies of
wipe it off and give a final
case of a fire, even though the finance. the scletun cellos of business And "Aye, aye, sir!" rang the answer polish with a piece of chamois
o'er the waters, loud and clear
loss may be of that extent. The statesmanship, the loud trombones of
loss is estimated and each com
Minister Praises This Laxative
He is singing,
of commerce, the tattling drums oi Then they listened
pany pays its proportion. What power, and all the infinite variety of
“Jesus, lover of my soul,"
Rev. H. Stubenvoll nl Allison, la , in
then is the value of several in numan instruments that make the And the winds brought back the echo, praising Dr. King's New Life Pill* for
surances? The agents are to the music of civilization, unite in the grand
"While the nearer waters roll” constipation.
good for the premiums. That is harmony of the hymn of progress.”— Strange, indeed, it was to hear him. New Life Pill» are »»ch perfect pill» no
■'Till the storm of life is past," home should tie without them.'' No
what they are after anyway. T e Mail Order Journal.
Singing bravely o’er the waters. “Oh, better regulstor for the liver sml
The premium costs just as much
bowels. Every pill guaranteed. Try
receive my soul at last”
whether it is first or second in
them. Price 25c. st sll druggist
surance. Then if a dozen com
He could have no other refuge “Hangs
my helpless soul on Thee,”
panies place insurance on your The County Institute* is to tie held at
Arleta on Friday of next week.
oh leave me not”—the sieger
property it is easier for each The regular meeting of Mt. Scott
dropped at last into the sea;
company to meet its pro rato in U nion will be held next Tuesday at tiw And the watchers, looking homeward
case of a loss. But the owner home of Mr*. Fankhauser. south of
through their eyes by tears
WANTED—Boys mar be liad and
will soon reimburse the com Lents, Thi? is suppoxeii to be an all
sometimes girls. Thb older ones at
panies for the insurance in prem day meeting, Have your lunch tucked Said, "He has passed to be with Jesus ordinary
wages and others to lie
away in your basket when you leave
in the singing of that hymn.
schooled and cared for in return for
iums. This is all wrong. Half home. The great Englishwoman, Lady
-light services rendered. For particu
of the people who insure in sev Henry Sommerset, will lie sketched,
lars ad<fress W. T. Gardner, «uperin-
BACK TO GRAN’PA’S.
tendent Boys and Girl« Aid Society of
eral companies are ignorant of her busy and he.pfui life furnishing
Oregon, Portland. Ore.
the true outcome. They either ample material tor discuseion.
I won’t come back no more
hope to make themselves surer
woman to the nation was accented re To hear remarks about my feet
of getting a just value for their Cently. President Wilson appointed A-muddyin’ up the floor
property, or they hope to get Mrs. J. Borden Harriman. a niece by • They’s too much said about my clothes,
more than it is worth. The lat marriage of the late E 11 Harriman, The scoldin’s never done—
goin' back down to gran’pa’s.
ter is the temptation or would the railroad magnate, a- a member of, I'm Where
11750. Six rooms, hath, toilet,
a boy kin have some fun
plastered, wired for electricity, fruit
be if the companies were re
Harri man first
tree», berrie«. Hower«, vines and vege
quired to pay in full for each in heard of the proposed gn-at railroad 1 dug up half his garden
tables, on business street. Box 703
surance. Then there would be strike and speedily carried tin- informa A-gittin’ worms for bait;
too much temptation to incen tion to President Wilson. The result He said he used to like it
Lota in Calkin« Plat are now on the
market. Come early and get your
diarism. To make the matter was the passage in recon! breaking When I laid abed so late
He said that pie was good for boys
choice. Water piped to all lots,
just right no person should be time, of a bill providing for a board An’ candy made ’em grow;
electric light« and telephone. Owner
me litation and couneilation. independ
on trect. E. M. Calkins, R I. I.ents,
allowed to insure in more than ent of any other government depart Ef I can’t go back to gran’pa’s
Ore. Home Phone Bfil 11, 2"*2l, Gil
one company at one time and the ment. to consist of a commissioner and I'll turn pirate fust you know.
bert Station. Cazerdara line.
company should be compelled to an assistant commissioner and two
FOR SALE:—Three good adjacent
pay full face of the policy in case other government officers to lie named He lets me take his shotgun
lota in Arden Park. Level, iri ctiltiva
An’ loaded it fer me;
tion. Bargain for home location. En
of a fire such as was sustained
know that in the face of grave condi The cats they hid out in the barn,
quire of Mt. Scott Pub. Co. Lenta.
here last Sunday night. Then tions a “hurry up” congress can legis The hens flew up a tree
F<>R HALF,—Concrid«' blocks for
if there were any articles of val late wisely. It is also pleasant to I had a circus in the yard
building purpose«, foundation«, curbing
With twenty other boys—
ue salvaged they should go to the know that the women President Wilson
etc , Call at Mt. Scott Pub. Co., office
insurance company. This prac has so far ap|toimed to unusual places I’m goin’ back to gran’pa’s,
Where they ain’t afraid of noise
tice would compel just valua have proved themselves.
FOR SAI.E —Newspapers for wrap
ping or kindling. Mt. Scott Pub. Co.
tions and would have a tendency
TO MAKE EYELETS.
He didn’t make me comb my hair
to reduce the premiums, as injur In making eyelets, when it is not de But once or twice a week;
LUMBER—Atesur new mill I' -4 miles
southeast of Kelso. We deliver lumlier. I
ing beyond a just value would be sirable to carry the thread from one He wasn’t watchin' out for words
less common. If a company to another, adopt the plan, says ' I hadn’t orter speak
WAN’D I>- Hop pickers.
knew that it would be compelled
at Eggiman Bros., Shop.
to pay its policies in full it would p3S5 the needle along under the An' Injuns shot out West—
stitches on the wrong side about one- Oh, I'm goin’ down to gran’pa’s
FOR BALE—Young horse, weight |
not be so willing to run up big. third of the way around, and cut the Fer he knows what boys Tike best
1,(00 lbs., good driver. Horn- with rig, '
or horse alone. Enquire of Herald
risks. Knowing that it will not thread It holds firmly and does not
He even run a race with me,
have to pay in full it promises show the fastening
But had to stop an' cough;
a big risk for the purpose of
THE LAST HYMN.
He rode my bicycle an’ laughed
grabbing a larger premium. The
(Marianne Farningham )
Bec’us' he tumbled off
matter would adjust itself if pay The Sabbath-day was ending in a vil- He knew the early apple trees
Mt. Scott Chapter C. li. O K A. Slated meet
ing Second arri Fourth Thursday evening of
ments were to be made in full on
lage by the sea.
Around within a mile—
each month al Manente Half.
Fourth Thursday) Order W. M
cash value as is supposed to be The uttered benediction touched the Oh, gran'pa was a dandy
Maud K Connell. Sec.
An’ was "in it” all the while
by those who insure. Little that
Shiloh Circle Ladie» of <1. A, R. Meet» every 1st '
is left in the wreck subsequent And they rose to face the sunlight in
and 3rd Thursday In Grange Hall at 2 P. M. I
I.. Mattel, Pre»., C tnzall«, Sec
to a fire is of value and as long And then hastened to their dwelling I don’t care what you say;
as the company insists on deduc
for God’s blessed boon of rest I I seen him kinder cryin’
Mary Orltzm*ch«r K*t«tf Nolle I» heri-by
»Ivon that th<- iin<1rr«i«nwt. «« a.lnilnlalrator
ting a value for it why not let
When you took me away
i>l the elate of Mary Grilzmacher, deceased,
ha* li >-<l hi. (Inal account In the Circuit Court
them assume the ownership and But they looked across the waters, and I When you talk to me of heaven,
of th- State of Oregon, for Multnomah County,
Where all the good folks go,
and that Wednesday. the 27th day of AuguM,
a storm was raging there.
get what they deem is proper
IVI», at 1 »0 o'clock 111 the aft-ruoop of .aid
A fierce spirit moved about them—the I guess I'll go to gran’pa’s,
day, and the Courtroom of fiefiartinent No. A
for it if they can.
»aid C urt. ha. been appointed by »aid
An' we’ll have good times, I know of
wild spirit ofthe air;
Court a. the time and place for the h-arlng
—Sheldon (Io.) Sun
amt »ettl-ment of «aid account and the oh
And it lashed, and shook, and tore
lection, thereto, If any
T N connection with the same
them till they thundered, groan
fiale and first publication July HI. I»H.
Charles Grltzmai her, Adminl.trator
A incident it is worth while
ed and boomed,
Suffered Eczema Fifty Years—Not Well John Van Zante, Attorney.
to call attention to the fact And alas! for any vessel in their yawn Seem« a long time to endure the In the Circuit Court of the rttate of Oregen,
ing gulfs entombed
awful burning, itching, smarting, «kin* for Multnomah County.
that every catastrophe has its
In the matter of the Estate of Sarah J. Ferris,
di lease known as "teetter’ ’—another deroMRpfl. In Probate. No. KMW
advantages for some one. In Very anxious were the people on that name for Eczema, Seems good to re- I Notice la hereby given that the tffi.Jersigm-d,
rocky coast of Wales,
alize, also, that DR. HOB-o.N . William R. Ferris, ax administrator of the
this instance as in others there Lest the
dawn of coming morrow ECZEMA OINTMENT has proven a estate of Sarah J. Ferris, deceased, haa flle<l hla
final account in the above entiled Court and
seems to have been a bunch of
should be telling awful tales.
matter; that »aid Court has fixed Saturday, the
looters present, either before or
Mrs. D. L. Kenney writ-»:—“I can mb day of August, 1911, at t ir.la the forenoon,
»aid day. and the court room ot Department
and should cast upon the shore
not sufficiently express my thanks to of
after the fire was put out. who
Bits of wreck and swollen victims, as you tor your Dr. Hobson's Eczema No. 6. of »aid Court, »a the time and place for
proceeded to appropriate what
the hearing of aaid account, together with ob
it oft had done before
Ointment. It hae cured my tetter, jections thereto, if any, and the aettleinent of
ever was loose and convenient
which has troubled me for over fifty aald ealat“ and the dia< barge of «aid adminis
for removal. *lVis barely pos With the rough wind blowing 'round years.” All druggist«, or by mail, 5oc. trator.
William R Ferris, a lminiatrator.
her, a brave woman strained her
sible that the fire was started by
PFEIFFER CHEMICAL CO.
First publication. July 10, 1913.
a looter. But of one thing we
John Van Zante Attorney.
NOTES OF THE W. C. T. U.
<>( the An»nd*I condition <>l
INE MULTNOMAH STATE BANK
at Lenis, in the State of Oregon, at the cloae ni
biiaineaa June «, ISIS
IxMin« and discounts
Rondo and warranto
Furniture and fixture«
1' mm )
Due from approved
Checks aud other eash Hems I,»7 SO
i'aab on hand
Capital stock paid In
Undlr ld«>d profit«
Poalal oaring« dvjMMdt«
I ■ IK 00
Individual deposits subject
Time certificate« of deposit
state of Oregon.
County of Multnomah
I. II Roatad, ('ashler of the above named
bank, do solemnly owner that the above otatr
merit 1« true to the brat of my knowledge and
II Kootad, Cashier.
C F Hetidrickoeii
M O Tho rar n
Subscribed and «worn to belore me thio nth
day of June leu
W. F KI I nr man
BEST ON EARTH
Smooth or Stone Faced
Mt. Scott Publishing Co