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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 7, 1906)
SUCCESSOR TO HENRY WINGERT
Dealer in Fancy and Staple Groceries
VEGETABLES, FLOUR. FEED, 6RAMITEWARE. HARDWARE, ETC.
A Fine Line of Perfection Oil Heaters
GUARANTEED NOT TO SMOKE, SMELL OR EXPLODE
60 and up
Rev. Harold Olwrv, the recently ap*l
pointed pastor of the M E. Church i»
Hireling wile »plendid »ueceoc in hi»
work. The Epworth Ix-ague inieting*
«re «l»o increasing ill interest and at*
tendance, bo i» the Sunday achool, under
the able leadership of Superintendent
W. W. Shuler. The Women» Foreign
Miwionrry aoriety has recently been
reorganised. Mr«. Nibleen being re
elected president; Mr». Kelley, Secretary.
Kev. Oberg and family are well pleased
with the work. an<l people of Mootovilla
and hope to iieconie a great factor in ilie
Miss Beula'i Barrington celebrated
her 11th birthday l«»t Wed Madajr.
Among the many good things received
wa» a very nice,ring from her father.
W. E. Marshall aaya the ilancca at
Warren'» hall, given every Wednesday
night, is becoming quite a suecest.
I« Always Acceptable il I Christmas Bift
sible Prices in
enables you to
get just what
you want of
The Central Store
is Hea>lquartvrs for everything needed lur the
Groceries, Graniteware, Etc.,
FLOUR and FEED.
M c C aslin ,
Phone, East 732.
Parker’s New Gash Store
“ COME UNTO US and we’ll do thee good.
Good Merchandise at Low Prices
Stevens’ Fancy Grocery
When you get your goods
for Christmas TRY US I
Blake & Son,
The Montavilla Meat Market
Fiesh and Cured Meats, Sausages
Aw riKO'i Views ■■ to the QwaUttew
«• Be Pereetwwtea.
FULTON & BEACH
Our Goods and
Phone Tabor 460.
Cor. Villa Aw. and Spencer Strreet
STORE IS THE PLACE 3
to get Cutlery of all Kinds < •
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A Christmas Present of a fine pair of Scissors
I any style), a Razor, Ladies’ or Gents’ pocket
Knives, Razor Strops, Etc., are usually appreciated.
We have a large stock to select from at low prices.
223 Hibbard Street,
PROGRAM IS PREPARED.
The Home Training Association of
Montavilla has prepared the following
program for the season of 1906-7:
October 19. “When Does a Mother's
Influence Begin?” Mrs. C. M. Wood;
November 9, “Duties of Parents to
8chool and teachers," Professor Ack
erman; November 23, Moral and So-
cial Training of Children.” Rev. Gil-
' man Parker; December 7. Rev. E. L.
House. D. D.; December 21
—Their Use and Abuse, ss Professor
N. W. Bowland; January 4, “The Ado
leseent Period,' Dr. Edna D. Timms
January 12, H. B. Dickinson; Febru
ary 1. Dr. A. C. Smith; February 15,
“The Influence of Books In Moulding
Character,' Miss Harriet
A modem, 5-room cottage with ground 90 x 125 ft.
bearing fruit trees, shrubbery, etc.
Good bam and other necessary outbuildings.
Will be sold at a bargain and on the
You will not have a better chance to buy a nice
home at reasonable prices and on easy terms.
Phone East 973.
129 Base Line Road,
In the making up of the breeding pen
there are a numtier of very liiqMirtant
factors to be dealt with If success is to
be expected, and I will point out a
few of the more lm[»ortant ones to tie
dealt with, says Rev. C. E. Peteraeu In
American Poultry Advocate.
No birds should be used which are
not sexually mature, healthy and In
full rigor, as only from healthy and
mature stock can a healthy progeny
If Immature birdie Rrv tiawl the proff-
eny will suffer, which Is proved year
ly by the markedly higher death rate
among the chicks batched from such
Immature stock birds.
Stock of advanced age should not be
used either, as, for reasons that are
obvious to the observer, no g»»»l results
can be expected.
There Is no need for me to explain
that the chicks are In everything
sentlal the creatures of their parents
and of their ancestors; that It Is on the
whole predestined by the nature of the
germs from the combination of which
the chicks emanate what they are to
Tills Is good and sufficient r<-ri«on
why the utmost care should l>e used
the selection of lireedlng stock and
formation as far as Is possible oliti In-
ed as to the ancestry of the birds to be
used In the breeding yard, for by no
means everything that Is given us Is
good. The parental germs themselves
may, to lieglt, with, lie j»os«ea«e<l of In
herited defl-lencles, or they may have
Bufferei! by Injuries which nffected the
parental body, or they may have been
imperfect localise of the Immature or
advanced age of the parenti.
All kinds of malformations are he
reditary and should under no clrcum- I
stances be permitted In the breeding
pen. however slight, as the tendency In '
every Instance Is to exaggerate these
I said nil kind», whether Inherited or
acquired, ns the Inst kind will In time
betmn» hereditary, and e- en If In oth
er resp<x-ta the bird should Is* desirable
leave It out of nil conslderntlon for
breeding purposes, ns the result in n
very few generations will prove dlsas-
Eq sally unsuitable for procreation ¡
are specimens whose physical develop
ment Rs not complete or whose sexual
character Is lm|»erfe<-tly marked.
Remem tier that ¡sitency Is just ns
much hereditary ns any other faculty
and Is Indeed of the greatest Impor
tance, an this [»articular faculty Is the
rejsvenntor of our strain.
And wherever a bird proves himself
strong In tills [»articular und give« ev- :
Idence of continue»! strong potency for
several generations such a bird should
be treasured and his strong potentlaj-
Ity bred into the strain.
LET SOMETHING GOOD BE SAID.
When over the fair fame of friend
The shadow of disgrace shall fall;
Of words of blame, or proof of thus
Let something good be said.
Christmas and New Years
Good Things to Eat\
Forget not that no fellow being yet
May fall ao low but love may lift
Even the cheek of shame with tears
If something good be said.
and we have them in any quantity, the best quality at the
lowest price. Call and see for yourself.
No generous heart may vainly turn
In wavs of sympathy; no soul so
But mav awaken strong and glorified
If something g<x»d be Mid.
Full Line of Groceries, Flour,
Feed, Hardware, Etc.
And so I charge ye. by the thorny
And by the cross on which the
And by your own soul's hope of fair
Let something good be said.
James Whitcomb Riley.
Cor. Car line and Base Line. < •
Geo. Barringer »old the Charles Ward
• place <>n Misner street to C. E. Kuwlvtt
e of Portlaud, thia week.
THE SHOE LADY.
K. T. Marshall, Russellville’s Imputar End of Car Line,
merchant, was in attendance at the
e Pomona Grange at Gresham this week.
BRICES THE LOWEST.
GOODS ALL NEW.
If you are looking for a Urgniii see Montavilla Threatened With Destruc
Call and be convinced of the go»xi quality and fair price» we offer you e
Barringer alxiut house near Dickinsons,
tion By Fire.
on Villa Avenue.
Sloan & Metzger Bldg.. Base Line,
What for a time threatened to he
Robert Burton, C. M. Terry aud J.
a most disastrous Are for Montavilla.
| Housh are building a police telephone
was discovered last Saturday night
I line, the main station of which will lie
6 o'clock by A. C. Stevens, nt
I established at the corner of Rase Line
| road and Hiblsirvl street, another station the back of the Warren Pharmacy, on
will le placed at the comer of West the Base Lino road. It apiiears th.it
I avenue and Base Line road. Police »er- some time during the forenoon, the
Coniectionery. Bakery Goods. Stationery
I vice it is said will commence the first of flue In the building had caught tire,
but was promptly extinguished by Dr.
Be Sure to Call for the Green Trading Sumps.
Warren, and his assistant. Mr. Sam
A German l>atnl was making them*
| selves heard on the streets of the Villa son both being careful to see that
all danger of Are from the overheated
I this week.
flue was guarded against, and as they
Mr». A. E. Herman was doing bu»i- supposed, the fire had been complete
ly put out. The flue was then cleaned
Burdett’s Old Stand, Next Door to Postoffice
ne»s at the Metropolis thia week.
and business went on as usual, until
MONTAVILLA ♦ Mia» Alta Itoseli wa » a visitor at Hotel the cry of Are was heard from Mr.
Stevens In the evening. Fortunately
Montavilla this week.
for the business houses along the
Base Line road, the presence of mind
March 1. “Home Occupations and of Mr. Samson and the foreslghted-
Amusements.” Mrs. J. Thorburn Ross; ness of Dr. Warren, In keeping on
March 15. "Art and Music." Professor hand a large chemical fire extinguish
F. W. Goodrich; March 29. entertain- er, saved the day. Mr. Samson hum»-
ment of officer« of the Mother Circle diately thinking of tbo machine and
of Portland; April -5. Father McDer- bring.ng It Into action on the fire.
6ILES BROTHERS, Prawriatara
vttt: April 19. "The Importance of De- which by this time was fast creeping
WE CARRY A FI LL LISE OF
veloplng and Utilizing the Child's Do- up the back and In the Inside of the
mestlc Instincts.” Miss Lillian E. Tin- studding of the building
gle; April 35. social; May 3, Rev. however, was soon under control, a
Georee B. Van Water«. D. D.; .May hole chopped Into the building com
17. 'Temperance.” B. Lee Paget; May pletely putting out the fire and sav-
31. D. A. Grout, assistant s»i|»erlntend ing the day for the resident of the
Delivery to any part of the city.
ent city schools; June 7. "Before and Villa. The question now being agitat
Mrs. Waldo; June 21, election ed is when shall Montavilla have a
Base Liu Road, Mutifilla
chemical engine. The business men
of the Villa should not rest until
this matter has been decided on. for
THE BREEDING PEN
the Villa must have tire protection.
and this Is the cheapest way to get it
You Can’t Lose at
Materials for plum puddings, for cakes, pies and all pastry