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BEAVER STATE HERALD, JANUARY
Wanted, For Sale, Lost,
r A A1L L A
GEO. Me BRIDE.
Mrs W II lewis of Milwaukee, was
a Villa visitor last Monday.
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Every Day is a Busy Day for us. Why?
Because Every Day we Sell the very Best in
up" that can take any satisfaction out
of the cold snap, and in the Villa even
All local advertisement» will here that individual complains of being over
after lie run under thia head at the rate
of One Cent a Word each Issue.
The Improvement la-ague held a very
ad. pupliahe«! for less than 10 cent».
Mr. Bert Song of Elgin. Ore., has re
Cash in advance except to regular ad
I i enthusiastic meeting last Monday even
vertisers. If you have anything to sell,
ing and transacted consider»hie import
or wish to buv anything, or have lost
Ih«n McMillan sold a half interest in ant business.
President Burden, on
anything, TRY A "WANT AD.” in
hi» confectionrrv store to Gee Sloan. the I »-half of the commute« ap|»>intvd
When going to Portland leave
Then Dan ai.d Gee opened up a pool to m<*ct with the library committee of ' I
your horse at the
room in the Sloan Metzger building.
the Home Training association, reported ¡[
AT LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES. TRY US AND SEE
PAGE WOVEN WIRE FENCE.
that no general meeting had been held, I ►
Guaranteed. Chas. Cleveland, agent,
but that rooms bail secured al a month < ►_____________________
urday on account of a »prained wrist.
♦ Gresham, Ore.
ly rental of Aid for tem|»irary quarters.
XV. E Marshall, Geo. Phillipa, Fred
Secretary Carter reporf«*d that a meet
SV NR ISE NURSERY
and Earl Bryseii and Roscoe Yarnell
ing of the various committees on East
Cherry Seedling* and Small Fruita a
Best of care.
sang at the opening ot the new | mh >I
side theatre had been called for Wcd-
End of Car Line,
L*>gan and Phenomenal Berry.
nv'd»y evening, at the club rooms of
Himalaya Giant and Mammoth Black
Quite a large crowd of Montavilla’■ the East side business men's club on the
berry, Grape vims, Cherry tree».
MONTAVILLA, - • OREGON
young people were out at Kelley'» pond top tl sir of the Hotel Sargent. An in
Asparagus roots. Etc.
«♦«♦♦♦♦« ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦< ♦ Kinsel St.. Montavilla,
opp. Convent last week skating.
vitation was extended to all president»
and secretaries of East Side pu»h elul*
The revival» at tin- Methodist church
to lie present. M C. Avisworth of the
will cm tmue the lest id this week,
library committee s|»-keon that »object
• ny person having li nd er at the old would like to »ce more Voung folks ns
Tin- question of the pro|»>»ed remon
mill yaid, Cottrell, will call and remove
strance against tl.e improvement of
with us and get
thesameimmediatly. W A PROCTOR.
Goral I alti, belt is going to Melloni llildiaid street w«» tak< n up and con-
Dealer In Drugs, Chemicals, 1‘atcnt .Medklncs,
studying trie mysteries of short hand aidernble attention given it. I resident
Toilet Artlilcs, Stationery, EU.
FOR SALE — At a Bargain, G o od. and type writing.
Burden, II E liappersett. II II. 'Dick
on i all your deposits
♦ Second-Hand Plow, al»« Buggy.
inson and other«, pro|H>rtv owner» on
Hart, Gresham, Ore.
Mr. Hickman w ho run the confection
the street, s|sike strongly in favor ot
ery store, closed his store and molili to
I est cured ami iresh mesta at G.
pusking the iniproieti ent. tin motion
Phone East «73,
Butchers, Rase Line mad, cast of cur Lents where his patent» reside.
of IL B. Dickinson, seconded by II. E.
llap|H rsett, the following resolution
WANTED. Beef un foot, at G.
»»• unanimously adopted :
Resolved, That it is the sense of thin
league that we greatly apprediate tin-
Forslab and block waai cali up W R
prompt action of the city council and
Mo»er, phone Tabor 553.
The St. Johns l-iiwlilig team did not engineer's office in the matter of the
A g<> d steak, lini 1, or roast of mect
show up Sunday to Is-wl the Montavilla improvement of Hibbard street, and
can al» ai s le found at iiilin Bros. 4
G E N K R A I.
tlist we approve of the kind of improve
ment adopteil by them, and weres|icet*
We understand that aftei Monday
fulli urge thill tin- same li« completed
cows must be kept lip. >kid>»> fur
as sisin ns piactieal )•-.
IS NOW OPEN fur patronage. Local and transient
For a good h«t cup of c- flee. or a abort
AND XVAGON REPAIRERS
Tin- league voiced it« «entiment in
order lunch, go to McMillan» confie
favor of giving the pound mnstcr every
Horseshoeing a Specialty
tioneiy |«»rlor». Base Line road.
in kit ping stock off the
BASE ¡.INK. NEAR END i AR LINE
Meni»« iiik I I4« k > iiim l»y I »«ty. Week or Motttli
The following o tlieers were riveted to
Hit-bar«) St.. I nd of Car I Inc
serve for the viisuing year: II B. Dick
inson, pr< silent; W .1 Btinlen, vice-
For pure flavoring extracts and home
president; <> E Carter, “eelctnri • treas
remedies tri the Watkins. C. H. lane
r. The rlei tioll of an execution com-
niittce wa« deferred until next meeting,
Attorney - at - Law,
to h II ow a change in the constitution in
reference to the same to |H- made.
Notary Public . . .
i: Feed. Hardware. Tin and Granileware
LIVERY AND FEED
j. e .
Cor. Car Line and Base Line.
Phone, East 732.
C. L IDLE MAN, Prop.
M c C aslin ,
Start a Savings Account • ♦ ♦ •
4 PER CENT
PRESCRIPIIONS :: (ARI I Uli Y :: DISPENSED
2 Doors Iasi of I’ostollke.
Base line Road, Monldvilld.
Dougherty & Ccpenhefer
Grj.e Baptist Chun h Notes.
cowusrcial bi . dg
Cor. Second and Wa.hintivn Sts,
Pheae Pacific 1151-
RESI D E N C E,
20 Villa Avenne,
Phuae Tahar SlC
At Home Evenings.
Us Pioneer Woodsawyer
Residence. 22 Broad Street.
.MASQUERADE BALL at Rockwood
hall. February 22, given by the K. O.
T. M. Tickets 11.
FORSALE—Cheap. Bay team, weight
attaint 1200. For particulars see B. C.
ALTMAN. Pleasant Home or C. W.
ALTMAN on Slough road, H miles west
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS : •
e : eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeoeeeeeeoees
The branch of the city library is now
assured. Headquarters are to lie es
tablished temporarily in the room re
cently vacated by D. McMillan on the
The thawing of the ground has placed
the streets in a miserable conditii n
It is reported that a 1*000 church Pedestrians on Hibbard have to take
building is to I m * erected on North Ebey the ‘‘middle of the road” in order t ■
navigate. Oh! for some street improve
street in the near future.
ments in M< utavilla.
The surveyors for the Mt. Hood rail
Dr. McIlwain has so far recovered
road have resumed operations in and
from hi“ attack of blo-si poisoning as to
lie able to I m ? out agein. He has I mm - ii
Mrs. Pugh who was recently injured
laid up since New Year’s.
in stepping from a car near Broad St. is
Mis» M. E. Palmer returned Monday
reported much better.
evening from a brief visit with friends
D. W. Butler is suffering from an at
in Centralia, Washington.
tack of lagrippe.
George Fulton is occupying the cot
J. W. Farrier has sold his wood-saw
tage on Broad street recently vacated by
to R. J. France, who has for some time
W. J. Behr.
been connecte I with the woo i-vard of
The plumtier is about the only “grown
W. R. Moser.
Getting Acquainted . . .
is sometimes quite difficult, but it has been easy
The reason is we know what people
want and buy accordingly.
When You Want GOOD THINGS TO EAT,
Call up Phone East 413
Get our prices on FLOUR and FEED.
Successor to Henry Wingert
Cor. Ebey St. and Villa be.,
montavh . i . a .
Arc offering some splendid
bargains in CUTLERY
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY
TREES FOR SPRIN6 PLANTING.
The annual roll call will be observed
I.OsT—Five dollar gold piece in the
Gresham joatotfice on last Saturday af Thursday evening February 7th.
ternoon about 2 o’clock. Leave at the
The enlargement of the church build
Heiald office. Reward.
ing is an indi»|M-n-able necessity which
will lie seen to in the near future.
FOR SALE—135 acres, several clear
Pastor's serm in« next Sun-lav, m irn-
ci, bouse, barn, fine water, timber
enough to pay for place, saw-mill near. ing: The Exclusion of Jesus Christ from
Will trade for house and lot. We also hie church. Evening: The King's Fa
have houses to sell, from 9* >50 up. Easy vorite Healed.
Phone Talmr 570.
. il . Merman,
ll-illy, with berries on, RI kh I im I cii -
,dri ns, and other varitie« of evergreens.
A*«« Rosea, everblooming, etc. For sale
at lowest |»i«»ili|e prices write for price
list. Russellville Nursery Co., II A.
LEWIS, Proprietor. .Montavilla station,
W. XV Ia-wis ia authority for the
statement that the new electric railroad
J will pass within a quarter ot a mile
south of bis residence.
HINTS FOR THE
Eicry farm should have n flock of
sheep. The number kept should de
pend somewhat upon the size and
makeup of the farm. There U always
eur'i' h forage on a farm that can be
Util.zed to. good advantage, if it Is tak-
ej care of in time, to keep a small
flo' k at I -list through the winter. Take
n flock of breeding ewes, and there 1»
no strx-k on the farm that will pay any
better, writes a New York breeder In
American Agriculturist. They should |
be k-|>t through the winter in a g »»1,
thriving couditi in. not too fnt. They
can la- kept in ties condition by judi
cious feeding of -orn fislder or bean
pods or clover liny. A change of feed
Is desirable. A little wheat brim and
oat.« make a fine, healthy grain ration.
A yard or field to run In during suit
able weather will keep them In the
best of condition. They are sure to
bring fine, thrifty iambs.
They should hate a good shelter at
night and away from storms. Nhi-ep
iiould be kept dry. especially in win
ter. As the season draws near to the
lambing time they need watching care
fully to see that their udders are not
caked or sore. If the ewe Is In g .<>d
condition, there Is usually very little
trouble about the Inmb starting al)
right. Ag soon as poaslble, when the !
weather will admit, I like to shear the
ewes. They will do better, and their
udders are not so liable to get sore. |
Thu lambs w'N nlso do better. Of
course the ban! V?|w»re they are kept
should be dosed, so the flock Is kept
fairly warm. The owes need stronger
fe<-d ns the lambs licglii t > grow
It will not I m - long before the lambs
will begin to ward to ent. ami n place
should te provid'd for them to run
into where it little wheat bran can be
had. als> a little clover tiny
should I m - put In fresh every day. it
Is astonishing how soon they will be
gin to eat th'-m «ii'l soon lM*gln to show
the g'MMl dTects. Everything ali-iut
the feo<| trough« anil ri,cks sh mid lie
kept clean. There la no animal so par
ticular as a sheep about Its feed and
drink. They should have clean water
where they can get It any time.
As nearly all the sheet* kept now nre
of the mutton bn-e<ls. | <lo not believe
In crossing the breeds. I use only
thoroughbred rum« upon my ewes. Tv
Now is a good time toelean up the
back yard», we would also suggest Hint
you do not overliMik the front yards.
Plant a few roses, and other liuslies and
trees that will not only add tothe beauty
of the place lint will make it worth
many more dollar», in cam-you want to
dispose of it.
keep up the fl<s-k retnln the best ewe
lambs for breeding putposes. In this
way In a abort time u person may
have a fine flock of grade ewes. Al
ways have the type of the sheep In
mind that you wish an-4 breed for It.
A Fine l.elce««er.
The T^lcester ewe shown In the Illus
tration Is ownel by A F. White of
Bteu' en county. N. Y. Mr White says
of this breed; -Our I.eks-sters are con
sidered among the best. They are ex
cellent for mutton and have flue fleeces.
They cannot I ms called hardy, since
<: 223 Hibbard St..
J. E. Redmond
REAL ESTATE, LOANS, ETC.
City Property for Rent and Sale farms and Small Trails a Specialty
A Few Splendid Bargains
No. 1—Oli«- lot adjoiiling l'iMttotlicC
oti Base Line.
No. 2—One lot, blk. (rolli |w>»t<>llicp
oli Base Line.
No. 3— One lot, blk. of I* <> ITIM.
No. 4—7 riMim h-m»e, 2 lot»,
car line, pine 913i)O.
No. 5—One lot,
blk <-»r line, fòlli).
No. il—5-rooin houseaml lot, «m- blk.
car line. | h <)0.
No. 7—DI lot», 5 blk». to car line,
flisl sud up.
No. H—Two liusines» lot», Base Line,
No. !•—3 Iota at lenirei a ■»»!, 4 blk».
to Mt. Beoti c.ir lini-, ai flW«neh.
No. 10—One lot, one blk. troni car
No. Il—Fine residence lot on Fasi
l'or!lami lleiglit», lx-t. twocar line»
No. 12—One lot on 31st, X, blk. car
line, price 9350.
No. 13—Choice 2 acre» on Villa ave.,
with 31 apple, pear, prune ami
cherry trees in full Irearing, al 91300.
No. 14—40 acre«, 4 n ile» of Montavil
la, ori Base Line road, fimo
No 15—2 lot» w il li barn .'MxH4, lilai-k ■
alliitll »bop 21)130. olle blk. of |MMt-
ofllce o|| Ita»«- Line $3000
No IO—I- riHim lioiiM-, on» blk. of
car Ime, lot 50x11»), pi ice flOOO.
No. 17—< )ne lot in M > i»l»t<»'k, 5 blk»
of end of car line, prie*- 9*5.
No. IH—2 lot», 3-room house, woi»|.
lem»«-, giKtal barn, frmt tree»,
blk. car line, price tli»»i.
No. 1'.)—-2 liou»es, 2 lot», 3 blk». car
lini-, pri<*e $250 i-ai-li.
No. 20—Box hoii»e, fair barn, chiek-
en house, city water, lot 92x70,
pi e ♦ UH).
No. 21---2 corner Iota 39x100, 25x100,
lie togelher, price 9200.
No. 22—-10 acr«-» four inile» «mt, near
Ba»e Line, tl nere» »tra* la-rrie»,
lialnncu fruita; borse, wagon, UH)
chicken» limi all turni t<M>l» go witll
place, price 92400.
No. 23---A acre». 2*f niile» out, near
Base Line, price 9«WH).
143 BASE LINE, MONTAVILLA, ORI:.
they require considerable shelter, but
they mature rapidly and at twelve
months old. when well fed, will dress
100 pounds. <’ure. however, sh mid lie
taken that they do u->t luy on fat too
Trent*nic Font Hot.
Foot rot must be attacked by the
sheplu-rd In the most determined imiu-
ner if he ever hopes fo cope with the
disease successfully. The most Irn
portant part In the treaMnent of this
scourge Is the getting nt the seat or
foundation of tame with the knife nud
Every I oimc or detached
piece of hoof should lie cut away uud
any of the caustic prorations ap
There nre some honest horse trailers.
That Is why the other kind remain In
bus I lies».
Laugli at your own jokes, and the
world doesn't laugh with you.
Wood naw ver
I have just purchased a new gasoline saw, latest
improved mcdel, and am prepared to do first-class work on
short notice at lowest prices.
GIVE ME A TRIAL AND BE CONVINCED.
G. W. EARRIER
344 Hibbard St.,
1‘liotie 1'nloii 4014