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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (July 27, 1906)
Local and Other News
HAVE YOU SEEN QUR
CUSTOMER’S SAVINO TICKEI
MERCHANTS’ ADVERTISING CARD?
<; CARRIAGE and WAGON REPAIRING ■
On purchase of $.5,110 worth of goo-ls or over at this store,
and the additional payment of <59 cents, the holder will be
given one of our beautiful enameled pictures, size 10x21
inches, ami two-inch frame when punched at
J: Horseshoeing a Specialty ;
ROUTH Slot USE HIE Roto
; i Eut if Hibbard SI.
MODTAYILU. ORE. !
Base line Harness Shop
Mrs. W. C. Smith has organised a
Haw you tri«*d a cut of that tine
breakfast bacon from Butcher's, the summer vacation choir in the Grace
Baptist church com|*>.*<*l of alxmt twenty
girls which «ang ill
The Hart land Co. bav«*' «‘onunenoxl
sen ices undi'r the iealiership of W. H.
the work of laying water mains in Kath
Mona*. They led the congregation in a
arine addition. Four thousand feet of
splendid manner in sacred song, the
two-inch main have already been deliv-
jwople enjoy«*! it very much and joined
ered ami a for«-e of men an* laying th«*
heartily in this part of the worship. So
same. It is expect«*! to have th«* pi|«'s
many of the regular choir are off lor the
ready for water as soon as the citv turns
summer vacation, reducing the tiumlsr
Bull Kun into the big main oil West
so much that it was a very happy
thought of Mrs. Smith to organise til«*.««*
The real estate dealers report impiiries young girls. and train them for such a
for real estate on the increase. With erviee.
the many advantages in its favor over
Five <«r six cattle were in <». Conner's
other hsalities, Montavilla real estate
garden last Saturday and ate all his
should Ic in active demand.
sweetcorn. Ix-an*. |>eai*, cabling«*, etc.
A hotel «*ould umloubttslly lx* made Ci.ntior is still alive. But his recovery?
a good paying proposition in Montavilla.
K. K. Quick wife and child. Nick
Who will start th«* l>all rolling?
L>w ns, and Mrs. A. It. Horton leave
The Portland Hardwtaxl Hoor Co., for their summer outing at Nestueva to
w hose factory is located in Montavilla, morrow .
are just completing the interior finish
Miss Ada Bvder attended the Chau-
ing of a new residence for Councilman t auqua at Gladstone.
W. Masters at Nineteenth and Madison
Mrs. Van Allen left Tuesday for a
streets. It is in mahogany ami quarter- ' visit to friends at Seattle.
sawed eastern oak.
AN ADDI I ION \l RI 1’0 IDI mi
BO ARI» 01 i K UH'S GKt A I RAH Y
J. e . M c C aslin ,
and tlui mayor and a iiunilier o(
the munibvra ot the common conned
.'arruM a Full Line of
turned uiit to are h»r th«-m»«dvu» wheth
Harness Hardware. Brushes.
er or not uv were really hi varnval when
\\ here you will nlwiiy» find the loweM piit-u» mid llie (rrHlirM cluiiiiunt mid
vv u voted to l»rroinv a |»uit of the great
Currycombs. NN hips. Etc.
lli<v»t U|» to-dalte »t<M'k o(
City ot’ Portland, ami partake of thr
Harn«*»» : Made : to : Onier.
(»rdnltewdre. Builders and Kitt hen
blraainga of Bull Kun watrr. If there
Hardware. Groceries, Hour. led. cd.
Harness Repairing Our Specialty.
it nillat ha\r la rli dl>|»rll<‘il xx hull they
|< m »krd out ii|»on thr large and rntliii*
aia>tiu gathering that uaa rioxiding thr
Cor. Fbv St. Montavilla. Ore.
• c I kha I ground* wlien thr timt |mit ol « I
thr rvrning’a program took place.
A h‘\A l»rilclirjA had Invii provi<lr«l
and thrar wriu fully i>vcupird very earl)
in thr r%ruing by lucky "tirat-coiu-
a E X K l< A I.
nirra.” Lntortunatrly all of our aihrr*
tongurd orator* uure conapivu<»u* l»y
their al'x iicr, mid thr pleasure of tell«
AND WAGON REPAIRERS
ing hoa glad ar were that it happened,
lii Screen Doors, Window Screen and other
ioya nnirli ur Mantvd thr g<MM|
Summer Necessities in Wire and I In
Horseshoeing a Specialty.
thing» that now Ixdong to uh , fell upon
BASE I.1NI- ROAD,
thr »houldrrn of thr inaater of vvrr-
Tinning and Sheetiron Work ...
Jobbing Mini R,'|uiiring nviillv <lone.
I'hnni*. East 4127
inonir.*, Dr. Wm. Drveny. But thr doc
ca « line
A good steak? Yes, Butcher has it.
Son of Johh Brown d Villa Resident tor Ma- fully uqtiai to thr ovraidon, mid
223 HIBBARD ST.
thr visitor* ihrniKclvra made up lor mix
Th«* Villa Ku>el>all team playixl the
Everybody has hea rd of John Brown, lack on our |mrt in thr way uf i»|a*vch-
♦ Pirns last Sunday at the grounds on
♦ Twelfth ami 1 »avis, ami came out with of Harper's Ferry, and the fact that makmg.
Brings a «leni.uxi for
♦ a result of fifteen totiv«* in favor of the "John Brown's l**ly lies a mouldering
Alter the orchestra had rendered a
Villas. They will play again oil August in the grave." but not everyone knows couple ot aelevtioiif* thr imiHtrr of cerv-
♦ Lunch Goods. Soft Drinks.
that Montavilla ha* the distinction of iiiji.iu-» introduced M nor l.anr, and iu
Tws • \ ear
Lemons. Oranqes and Candies ♦ ♦ l!»th. on the Villa ground.
nutnliering among her resident* a son of. cidrntally likrnt'd him unto Joediua, hi
I Hl ir TKI t>
Want a work of art'.' See McCaslin,
We carry a new an<l fresh line of ♦
that famous old hero of slaverv «lavs, that m hllr- Jo.-hua of prophetical taiur
Thr I'tuiici-I Stirai v III l.iMctn Miiliibiin.ili (,«»
♦ the Montavilla gr<*-er.
SM ti l
♦ the shove, also
whose name stands foremost among the can.’•id thr Min to .-laiiit ft HI, thr mod
rm its ,
C. E. Blake enjoys an «H-ca-ional spin history-makers of those stirring times ern Joehu* m I io prrHldrH o\ri thr voUli-
CIGARS. TOBACCO. PIPES. ETC. ♦ on the bike. He has learne.1 to rid«* so
t. I’. SMI I It. Proprietor,
proceeding the “great centlict.” Mr. vil'i* drllbvratlum*, m hunthat Indy bad
H.»*e Bu.be* $
Simon Brown, the son in question, re voted against thr annexation pi<»|M>ri-
0. M. ROBERTS. Prop.
sides on Pearl street, and. as of neceHsitv tion, cmi.-rd it to atund Mill until a re < • Cat nation*.
♦ GRESHAM .
families went to the mountains last one w ho took an active |>art in the ls.nl- fractory mem Iter could l«e whipputl into
er warfare of Kansas must lie, is well line and thus th«- cau.-r at intvimt *av -
Monday fora week'» rest.
along the shady path of life, I »espite <•■1
Silas Abbott ami wife spent Sunday his rears, however. Mr. Brown is well
Thr mayor prefaced bin remark by
♦ Fresh Hom* Made Candie- and ♦
at the Chataqua.
preserved, his intellect is tinditnmed, saying that h<- hau exiiet-lvd thr master
I»aniel I»ough«*rty is neglecting busi and to hear him recite the thrilling of err» monirn to add, m* an unholy
ness th«?se days. He is working on acenes through which he pa »»<*«1, is ¡11- councilman present hud done
teresting in the extreme, and proves lirbi to hit« likuiir-!*. liv had ionie to
♦ Cncle Sam’s jury.
the old adage that “truth is strong«* Puillund \Hivii the pivm-nt ■He
01 Men’s Hats in Black, Brown and Gray
fiction." The '‘underground rail Aioiitax ilia mu - a “hoMimg m ildrrnv»»/'
road" with its cargos of human chattel* and ha- xxalchi-d thr uit) by thr \\ ¡1-
F. F. PHILIPS. Prop.
Mrs. J. E. McCaslin, Mrs. May Ward bent on i-sca|M* from the thralldom of ainuttu groM to it- prrm-nt promi pro-
and two children left for the East last slavery and of which John Brown was |*urtion», and piv«in trd that it« future,
Thursday evening. Mrs. McCaslin will the general manager and su|M*rintend- aided by tin- pu.-h mid vigor of its rr-
CIGARS i TOBACCO
visit relatives and friends at 'Mitchell, ent, was a well-known path to him, ami criiliy at-quiird territory, Mould I m - even
103 Rase Line RaoJ
MONTAVILLA. ORE *
!». L>., while Mrs. Ward and children go more than on«, black ls>iidsn>ati ow«*s more glorious than it» pa.-t.
his esca|M* from the slave driver's lash,
Cuuncilinen Bennett, Vaughn, Dr.
128 Base Line
t<> his kindly officers.
J'».-1 phi, \\ ell» mid Ma»tvr» Muir thru
♦ two months w ith the home folks.
He was well « cqiiainted with the
Save a quarter by patronizing Mrs. James boys, and is strong in hi- ls*li«*f iii I i « m I u < <-d in i urn, m.d each favored
the uudh-n<«- with the right amount of
Tolls, the 8boe Lady.
that they were more sinned against
“.-xu-utiHand prudiutioii» ol our in-
T. J. $i>arrs receive«! a serious injury than sinning.
lure girain»-»-. A iivlirablr fraturr of
But wars and l.lo.nlshe.1 are tiling Sof
while loading a Vessel at Portland last
all their talk Man that eu«-|i one vnipha-
the past with Mr. Brown, and his de-
sized the fact that it Mould take unite«l
elining years are being spent in peace,
effort, ami Iota uf it, on our part to at
G. P. Sloan is running the p>ol room
surrounded by his children and grand-
AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
tain the end» Mr no rmiu-stly dunirr.
in the absence of Carrol Divejoy.
A vote taken on thr desirability of an
C. L. Idleman and family are spend-
“oil car” aervice ma * uiianiiiiou* in it»
nga few days camping at Bull Run.
Burbank & Schumann
Meeting of the Improvement Leaque lavor, and the unction with m I ih -I i nomr
Frank Hickman, who lost two fingers,
oi the ladies present vute«l “ay«- ’ Mould
a part of the small finger and his thumb
The Improvement l.<-agu«* held its r«*g luad a dinintrir.*t< d onlooker t«» I m -I ii - vu
a lew weeks ago, is rapidly recovering ular weekly meeting at the otfi< e of the that they had husband» m ho had taken
Cor. Base Line and Kinzel St.
from his injury.
secretary on Monday evening. The advantage of the'‘last car” had left ex-
Next Sunday morni.ig Ilev. J. 1*. ‘ matter of street improvement engro--< d < us«- to iemails out a!| night.
the att«*ntion of the memliers «luring
renidei t of Montavilla, m I io In-arn
'i I i: y \ I ) I
H. B. DICKINSON Farmer will preach at the M. E. Church ' the greater part of the evening. The the A diatinctiof!
ot bring a »on of John
U|« jii the topic, "The Tragedy of Cal-1
«•ommittee ap|s«inted to look after the B iomii , of Harper’» K-rry fame, mhm
vary,” and in the evening the subject
Attorney - at - Law,
improvement of Hibbanl avenin* re|s.rt- then intro»im-«-<l, and xxhilu Mr, BroMii’N
Notary Public . , .
ed progress, arm was granted further remark!« Mere very brief they evidently’
When in need of Eootware that the Shoe Lady is s«-lling
A. K. Hickman, of Hickman Bros., time.
and ends in Shoes and Hosiery at a sacrifice. She fully
made a business trip to Aims this week.
The committee on the widening of
appreciates your liberal patronage and will still endeavour to
Thr urchentia then rendered a few
507 Commercial Building. - Portland
Villa avenue re|>ort«.*d that efforts were s»-l* utionn which concluded the o|»en
L. J. Tplli is at Coos Bay this week.
lieing ma«le to overcoim* th«* op|s>sition part of the program.
20 Villa Avenue.
It is re[»orted that the Mt. Hood Elec
that had arisen, and Iiop<-<1 to Is.* able
I he visitor» were thru conducted to
At Home in the Evening.
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tric Co. Iiavs bought a 29-acre tract of
to carry it to a successful termination. Captain SrhnridrrV garden», where, a»
The committee on railroad station r<~ guust» of the Board of I radu, they were
♦ will use for carsbof««.
I |sirt<*l that it had not lieen able, as entertained at a bmapiet »prrad “al
Chas. E. Blake & Son have placed a vet, to reach th«* projs-r officials, and if» -« «,.” Vai ¡oil* t«*a»t» wen? n*»|M>nd-
♦ comfortable seat on their porch where aske<l the opinion of the Ia*ague as to • I to by thr mayor mid otht-r visitor*,
♦ ja-ople may wait for the cars in comfort. the advisability of getting up a |M*tition Councilman Shepherd, m ho had arrived
for the signatures of our citizens. It late u|»>n thr »r»-nr, adding hi» wit to
Dealer in Drug*, Chemical*, Patent Medicine*,
McCaslin isn't slow. |15 cash pur
Toilet Articles, Stationery, lite.
was decide'l to leave that question to the ocra»ion. Thr evening’» enjoyment
♦ Served ever . Saturday and Sunday
Ma» concluded by everyl»»iy Hinging
♦ picture that would be cheap at $2.50. the wisdom of the committee.
“John Brown’» l»»iy.”
urgi-d, and the general opinion of those
Her Ice Cream Parlors on
Mrs. <>. 8. Itwier is visiting her , present was that such an institution
Phone East 073,
I. <L Hap|»T»ett nn«l Mife, of I’hil-
♦ father and sister Mr. and Miss V. could Is- mad»- to pay,
ORE. : Scrwen of Montavilla.
adelphia, arrived la»t Tliiir»day ami
2 Doors last of Postoffice.
Base line Road. Montavilla.
Presnlent Bnr>ien s|s,ke ii|s>n the net -
Mill »pend a month or more visiting Mr.
Asa Parker, of Oregon City,iH viwiting essity ot extending the “glad hand” to
llap|M>r»rtt’» brother, II. L. Happ«-i»eft,
prospective industries, as the advent of
his sou, Rev. Gilman Parker.
ol tlii» city. Ì he brother» had not met
| manufacturing plants m«;ans so much
Miss Lily and Lulu Bryson vinitid
in over sixteen years. Mr. Ilapprr»ett
for our future growth.
Z Any Time You
Is the Ac-
i» a conductor on the B. <>,, between
* Montdville and City Express : friends at Beaverton last w-»ek.
Choose is a
cepted TIME !
Mias Nora Lambert is reporte«! very evening, at 8 o’cbsrk, at the oilice ot th«!
Furniture and Baggage move<l
l»*ing one of thr “Royal I'lm »,” which
to any part of the city nt low-
only make two or three »top» In’tween
“Geo. Barringer is the most aggrivat-
ent coat consistent with good
truninal point», ami he ha» been in th«* •
NOW is a good time to acquaint yourself with a
ed man in town,” said a friend of his
«•inI I »y of the company lor ox« i twenty J
the other <lav. When asked the cause
Leave onlers at Millinery Parlor»
RELIABLE STORE FOR FUTURE TRADING
year». Tlii» i» bi« flr»t vi.»it to tin- •
: he explaimsl. “tier rge's peach plum
and Iilleman's Stable
' t ami lie expi<-»-e» him»«-lf highly Z
♦ trees are breaking down with the im
ed vx Ith the < ounti ). and eepm lab •
W. P. Hiatl
MONTAVILLA, ORE- : mense load of fruit they are carrying.” '
ly with Montavilla and it» futftre
and Barringer himself admitted that he
eould’nt get enough props under the
tree to hold up th«; load. If you don’t
Carrie» a complete atouk of
believe thia go ami ask and see ami you
IS NOW ON — Everything Goes with OUK POSITIVE GlJAKANTLt
wijl be convinced.
Fred. Green, Prop
Abbott S Dougherty,
Phone, East 732.
Cor. Car Line and Base Line.
IS OFFERING BARGAINS
i SPECIAL SALE
White Star Candy Kitchen :
$1.50 Values for 08 cents
M c M illan
Here we are ! Í
With the Best of Everything in
Staple and Fancy Groceries. Flour. Feed.
II vil le,
MRS. TOLLS ’’
♦ Shetland's Ice Cream
: and Soft Drinks
Mrs W. J. Wirtz
PRfSCRIPriONS :: CARlfLILLY
GOOD TIME; NOW
Our Big Mid-Summer Sale
• WATCH THIS SPACE
for add of
Mrs. W. A. Burdett is still suffering
from the injury received on the 24th of
May. She has had several alsfcesses in ,
her side since the injury and is not yet
able to have full use of her limb. Her
arms were also more or less injured, anil
are still troubling her.
CIGARS AND TOBBACCO
SOFT DRINKS and ICL CRLAM
HICKMAN BROS. Props.
Next to Li ver> Bt. Me
Have you seen those beautiful pictures ] I
End of Car Une MONTAVILLA <
McCaslin, the grocer, is almost giving to
IE NOT RIGHT, WELCH MAKES IT RIGHT