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BEAVER STATE HERALD, JANUARY 25, 1907
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Necessaries For the Cook
If the olii adage is true thut the way to win a man’s
heart is through his stomach then we are the. instruments
for furnishing necessaries for the discriminating cook.
Against Accident, SickMM ind Dtitk
As In the ¡«••I w«* ihnll «•mir« vor to • »rry a full I In«* of )<«*«l <’ro«i «n«l Mon
niMilr M«MHta which are thr Inal
Also a f'lll line of I I m * Iwlin« branda of F« m »1*
wear. Ov«*ralla, JuiiiiM'rs. Whirl*, Uli«l«*rwrar aiol Notion«
Wr «I mi carry a fine
lina of hand m»<l«> TrunBB anil Null (*aa««a If you air wanlln« Hardware. Tmils,
Niiivra, or nearly anythin« uaad on Che* farm u«»me and ««e u*
We will trral you
One«* their wa> an old maid who
•al«l ah«* did not nred to marry, «h«*
had a parrot that «wort*, a moiik«*y
thnt «•l|uWt»«l titbacco am) a ral thul
went out nl«ht«
Th«* man who
han an K<lla«»ii )*lioiio«raph mltfhl
any hr urvar n«*«*da logo anywhrrr
for ainUBvniriit a« In* ha* mi Inatru*
nirnt that will play dan« «* iriua)'*,
alii« Ihr (Mti'iilnr non««, i«*ll funny
atorlra, rainier I hr «»l«l ImHnds. «Ivr
*« I«-«- i I hii * from «rand oprra and
play rnKtlii«« . all with «*«<u«il fori I
If you doubt what Wr nay call
and I m * «»onvlimad
It I* iru«* w«*
have tbum with a full H im * of r<*
F. B. STU ART A CO-
At the PEOPLE’S CASH STORE,
Avoid lieing a cane of charity
the llanda of others
Accident« Will Happen
Investigate! We will show you
bow to become Independent.
< «II on or write
Horseshoeing Is my specialty—All Work absolutely Guaranteed
Prop’r, Gresham, Or.
ÇARLSON Ä EMERY.
Undertakers and Embalmers
A Complete Stock of Coffins and Furnishings always on Hand,
aunt futiiMfo if otsiato
uut nournt intioti) to
The coming ol the Mt. Hood Electric Line is already
causing enquiries for small tracts ol land as well as farms in differ
ent sections ol this district.
If you want to sell, now is the time to list your property with
(iresham Real Estate Co.
We are in a better position than others to secure for you
Quick Sales and Good Profits.
Call or write him al
For Sale by
D. M. ROBERTS.
GRESHAM BARBER SHOP
Rizort Kontd and put in first-class arder
Neit door to Gresham Hotel
Robert ft. Childers, Prop.
Empire Cream Separator
Gresham Harness Shop
Gl'ST LARSON, Proprietor.
Every one guaranteed not to smoke or smell. Be sure to
see these before buying elsewhere.
D. W. METZGER.
J. I*. Hart of Cottrell was a caller at
the Herald office early this week while
in Gresluim on business.
100 Per Cent. Bonus.
Fur óiich share of treasury stia-k milmcrlbed for nt the regular price, 27 h - per
Cardinal Gold Mining Company
will issue . 100 | ht «’••ni boiiu* in promoter* stock.
This offer is limited, ami may be withdrawn at any time without further
For particulars see the company’s local agent
I). M. ROBERTS,
New Powell St. Store i¡ ¡
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placed in my hands, such as
- OR -
fOR SALE or FOR RENT
I). S. JOHNSON
Deiler i* REAL ESTATE. JUSTICE
OF THE PEACE. IOTÀRT,
Next Door to Postoffice.
will receive prompt and careful
Money to Loan
• • ••••••••••••• •»•»»saaeaaeeaaeeeeee
Miaa la-na Gintier baa l>een sick thi» kindred ailment».
week, her place aa telephone central
Mr. ami Mrs. R. Childers liaby suffer- ;
has been filltil by Mia« Florence Stafford ed more or less from the effects of the
cold weather last week, little fellows are
II. E. Ihrvia and wife, Mr». Hevel, D. not partial to the east wind.
M Roberta and Charles Cleveland were
Mrs. E. L. Thorp, of the Base I ine
doing buaineaa in f^rrtland thia week.
r<>ad, made The Herald force a pleasant
W. II. Markell of Pleasant Home call on Tuesday.
helleyet in doing a little shopping in
tieorge Preston paid us a pleasant
Portland liimarlf, be was caught in the visit Satnrday. He says he doesn’t
act last Thursday.
know when he will go down the river.
TheGresham Public Library Asaocia-
Mr. ami Mrs. George Ix»slie, Mrs. G.
tion will hold a meeting in the library Lusted ami daughter Olive spent Mon
room Monday afternoon January 2H day in Troutdale with, Mra Leslie's son
All members are requested to lie pre«4i tit Fred Westell, one of the Western Union]
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1 'and any dhe interested in the Hbrarr i»
foremen. He and hie wife have their '
also invited. Meeting at 3-H0 sharp. private car attached to the linemen'.
There will l»e election of officers.
Mr*. J. II Mctxger i» complaining of
Watch! for the notice of the grange
entertainment in next week's ¡Mite.
Mrs. J Culy i* quite ill with la grippe. Mia* Shives, of Portland, will lie present « P owell S treet ,
to assist in the program. Don't forget ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••a••••••••••••••••••
Roy Gibb» and Surveyor Hnrltiurt the time and place, Grange hall, Satur
are looking upgrade* on Gresham streets day evening February 2ml.
Mr. and Mrs. George lawlie, Mrs. R.
S. P. Biiss, of Pleasant Valley, «»» R. Carlson and Mrs. Manning went to
doing tmsinesa in tireahnm thia week. the city on Tuesday. “It was bargin <>
Mrw. CHAS. JOHNSON. F-roo.
OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE, Gresham, Ore.
We ack now bilge a pleasant visit from day" so Mrs. Leslie said.
« < ►
Mr. ami Mr*. John Thomas, of Pleasant
Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Lane have moved
Valley,and Mr». J. F. Ulm, of Cornelius. into the John Bliss house ou the Base
Oregon. Mrs. Ulm lias rented the Line road.
Gresham hotel nnd will take charge
Fresh Every Day, 5c a loaf.
Fiesh and Good, 10c a dox.
Newton Orr. of Sandy, was doing
al«>ut the first of March.
business in Gresham this week.
Cakes, 10c to 35c, on hand or mabe to order.
The Gresham Public Library will not
M. Rickert, The Herald'« genial agent,
lie open on Tuesday and Thursday even
o All Kinds of Gandy. Crackers. Tobacco. Orange and Apple Cider
ings hereafter ami all |>ereons having watt looking after business interests in
liooksdue on those evenings bring them Gresham thia week.
Mr*. Hevel anti daughter-in-law Mr».
January 28 the W. O. W., will cel Annie Hevel attended the matinee one
ebrate their tenth anniversi rv. at their afternoon thia week.
hall in Gresham at 8 o’abx k p. in.
There will lie a program, refreshments
and a good time.
Mrs. I. McColl,
Editor Asbury of the New* Reporter
of McMinnville paid ye Editor a pleas
ant visit last week. Mr. Asbury is one
of the oldest ami ablest newspaper men
of the state, having followed that pro
fession for alsmt 25 years.
c. L. CRENSHAW,
Tinner and Plumber
We a< know lege a pleasant visit from
Mr. tieorge Lusted of Pleasant Home.
Send us a trial order. We guarantee
Miss Lusted mid friend Mias Francis satisfaction.
a<*coni|mnie<l him to Gresham.
BEAVER STATE HERALD, Gresh
Rev..I. A. Royer of Dam sens, was a am, Oregon.
welcome calle» at the Herald office on
Saturday, lie has improved in health
and now preaches at l>amaseiis every
Developed to It.
"Do yon undo fund thnt onr first
"Adam and Eve? No. but th* ser
Gresham Market Report pent
wxm made monkeys of them."
POVI.TRY. Chickens, Hens lb. U<*;
Not Too Sober.
mixed chickens, 13<*; Eggs,
"Whnt Is j our sober Judgment about
BETTER, Country, |wr roll NV; the n-ntter?"
“Rtty me n drink, nnd I will give It
DRESSED M EATS. Veal. 7.'» to 125 to you.”
pounds, lb. 1*^; Hogs, 100 to 21*0 ;>ounds,
Good For Him.
BEEF. Live weight, lb.
"Docs your watch keep good time?"
"Tea." replied the genial postmaster
"under the present administration."
Mikes »nd Repairs all kind» al Tia Wark. Plumbing a Specialty. T#w Irada «alicitad.
Call and See our Heating Stoves.
Corps last Saturday. While here they
paid the Herald office a pleasant visit
and arrangul to put the finishing
touches on their dairy business by get
ting some neat butter wrappers printed.
Groceries, Vegetables, Hardware
FLOUR and FEED
<*n Saturday evening Jan. HI an en
joyable dinner was given at live home of
Mrs. J me Culy. in honor of .Mias Alida
Culy and Mr. D. W. Metzger's birthdays. < •
Carries a Full Line of
LIGHT and DRAUGHT HARNESS,
Printed on short notice with
COLLARS. PAM, HALTERS,
WHIPS, BRUSHES, COMBS, Etc.
specially prepared inks at Port
.1. W. Batea, ami his daughter-in-law
HARNESS. BOOT and SHOE
Geoigia Bat"» of Gage, were in at land prices.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
at the G. A. R. ami Relief
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
“The Reliable Real EMnle Man.“
AND RAYO LAMPS?
on Wednesday evening.
BEST BY TEST
Has no equal for Dairy use
Perfection Goal Oil Heaters •
A very pleasant an r prise was given
Mr. II. W. .Metzger, at her home Fri
day evening Jan. 18. in honor of her
birthday. A crowd of friend* and rel
ative. called bringing with them refresh
ment. and aliei aome very pretty pres
ent« An enjoyable evening wa» spent
with games and music.
BEST HOMEMADE BREAD, DOUGHNUTS,
Tonaorial work of all kind* neatly
and quickly dons
Home Bakery and Restaurant !;
DOUGHNUTS. BUNS. ITC..
Have you seen our line of
It is just this principle that is boosting our business and
compelling us to enlarge our storing capacity.
Stationery, Notions, Etc
Decorator and Painter
Don’t need to. WE DO GIVE FULL VALUE RECEIVED • •
for every dollar spent with us, and this is what counts.
The N otion S tore
We Make No Leaders
Will. Lusted, of Lusted*, paid the
Herald a friendly call thia week. He is
hoiking hale and hearty and ia a. cheer
ful a* ever.
G. W. Landon was s welcome caller at
this office on Monday. He i* one of oui
Uncle Joe Emery, who haa lawn tick young friends, being just past 74.
at the Inline of B. W. Emery, ia «lowly
Jack Forrester and Ray Metzger are
little hustler«, they know how U j drive
Mrs Timothy Brownhill conducted a a gissi bargain Usi. They are putting
state .i hiHil examination in the Regncr iu «pare hour, doing old jobs in place of
building Thin «day and Friday of this loafing on the street. Pretty gmsl re
week, law Merrill, Wilbur Thompson, commendation for Imya isn't it 7
John Hoasiier, Mi-» Patti Darrell ami
Th« Livery Stable, Hotel. Dr. Short’s
Victor Nut ley for practice.
water plant. The Herald office, Ford
Life Manning was home from Rainier Metzger'» water pipe« and several other
concerns felt the effects of the severe
cold of last week.
The Baptist Ladies Guild will meet
Harry Preston, while working in the
next Thursday at 2 p. m. at Mrs. L. P.
slaughter house of T. it. Howitt, had
the misfortune to cut tlie big toe on bis
The Mis«-« Frazier, of Portland, were
right foot in two.
the gm-sta of tl.eir Aunt, M rs. E<l Smith
Frank Hickman, of Arleta formerly
of Montavilla, wa* a caller at The Her
Geo. I.. Nut ley wife MIl'l daughter
ald office tliia week. He ha* moved
Mias Ruth <>f Tacoma, h I mai Mr«. Ix?e
Ina confectionery alore to Naahville on
Buskirk, of University Park Port Un« I
Mt. Scott line.
another daughter, were visitor« at the
L. C. Metiger paid The Herald office
Baptist par»,magi' this week, Thursday
ami Friday. .Mr. Nutley is a brother to a pleasant call last Friday.
O. Burr is complaining of kidney and
< ¡retsliiiii>. < ti c.
thi* urt'k on mission work
the West Indica.
I lliivc J iim I Oprnctl ii New
A'F TAWNKY’H (>LI> HTAND
Where I nm prepnrec! to tlo noy ond nil
kindM of Mkiileel mid ordinary hliickMinith*
Ina mi<l repnirinu.
secund and fourth Sunday at eleven a.
m in the German Brethren church.
II W Siiaahall of Pleasant Valley »an
« welcome caller last Saturday. While - •
here ho made arrangement« to advertise
the Farmer* Mutual Fire Keleif Aaaocia-
tion in the Herald during the year 1U07.
The ad. ap]>eara in thia week* issue.
Beaver State Print
"The Right Imprint”
Send orders to Grcshùm. Oregon
i The FARMERS’ FEED YARD
Opposite O. W. P. Depot
Conduits d General Livery and Feed Stab’es
FARMERS’ HORSES FED AND CARED FOR AT LOWEST RATES
XVe Buy and Sell Eastern Oregon Horses
Horses On Hand All the Time
SMITH & BYERS,