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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (May 10, 1907)
Mrs. road bed is to be leviled and new planks
Mr and Mr* Rich have moved to
(Too Uta toe last week ]
Mr Barksdals, of Gresham, has pur Sandy. Mr. Rich ia working in Mr.
chased the I arson butcher shop, and Hart's meat market.
Al Hart and family of G realism visi
taken possesion thereof.
ted relative* at Firwood Sunday.
R. M..Anderson is making his home
Mr». R. Kaiser, who was quite ill for
in Portland, at present, being employ
some time, ia well on the way to recov
ed in the Southern Pacific car shops.
Report has it that Proctor and Beers
have sold their null.
pia are visiting their daughter,
N. P. GI«*» hi *M in Port'aml on
R. P. RMsmuaaen wa* in the city
Miaa Berth* Henry rlooed • very suc-
cealul term *«( school here Tburoiav.
The school cl.wed here last Friday
The pupil* and aeveral visitor* enjoyed after a successful term of eight months.
a picnic south of the schoolhouse in the K. Goetz, the Principal has moved.
Several persons from here attended
Jack Zilni and Hans He.irickson were
the Boring rink Saturday night.
in Portland Tuesday night and " ednes-
Ed. l.ouderback and Roy Walters,
Geo. Itoeseek made a trip to the me made a biisinees trip to Portland, Tues
tropolis Thursday returning Friday.
The Misses Zula Bell and Eva Reed
were shopping in Portland Friday.
Grace and Ethel Campbell arrived
Miss Mae Bowen, who was working
Saturday from Alton, Kansas. They
in Gresham. returned home Monday.
expect to make their borne with their
Ida Radford, who has leen staying in
aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. E. D.
Portland, is at home, intending to stay
Mrs. Woodard and M**. Hew lit of i till Friday.
Troutdale were Corbett callers Saturday.
A large crowd was present at the
Miss May Walker of Bridal Veil is Christian Endeavor meeting last Sun
day evening Newton .lledin was the
assisting in N. P. Gleason’s atone.
There seems to be a scarcity of fish, I leader.
consequently the fishermen are not very
Proctor A Beers recently sold their
mill to Mr. Robbs of Gresham.
The Misses Era and Carrie Joeeidt
Mr. Swank has sold his plate near
and Miss Burns of Portland spent Sat here ami intends to move very soon.
urday and Sunday with Mrs. C. J.
Miss Georgia Donahue has been re
cently visiting her pareuts.
Pastor Nullv of Gresham was calling
Misses Clem ma and Luella Radford
on friends Friday.
visited Mary Bowen and Minnie Harri
Mr. Bamniberger of Portland spent son Sunday.
[Too Ute tor last week.]
Sunday at his farm near here.
F. W. Reed made a trip to Cape Horn
Mr. and Mrs. M. Ball enjoyed a very
and Multnomah Falls Bunday in Ins pleasant Sunday, April 28. Their child
fine gasoline launch.
ren. grand children, and great grand
Elmer and Edwin Leader, who are children were with them.
attending the Portland high school,
Miss Lola Rail, who is a nurse at the
spent Saturday and Sunday at home.
Good Samaritan hospital, is at home
The members of Columbia grange taking care of her father.
met in regular session at their ball Sat
A few of the young children had a
urday. In the absence of the master, May Day picnic in the little grove back
Miss Agness Evans filled that office of the Cottrell schoolhouse. After lunch
There «as a fair attendance. A ball they played games and sang several
will be given Saturday evening. May 11, pieces. In the middle of the afternoon
under the auspices of the grange.
they went to the home of Mrs. P. A. Cox
Sam Graham and Roa* Stedman went aud had lots of fun pulling taffy.
to Pendletou Sunday morning.
One of the lieraid’* reader»,' Mrs.
Mr. Hewston was at Bonneville Sun Sam Landon’s [«rents, were visiting
her over Sunday.
Frank Fields of Portland was a guest
Mrs. Blackburn's daughter Ida is
home on a visit.
at the Dr easel home Sunday.
J. Hart is improving the looks of his
Albert Fox of Troutdale was a Corbett
bouse by [uiuting it.
B. F. Hart has opened a meat market
Mrs. Stella Morris of Spokanne Falls
is expected to arrive soon to make Ore in the west wing of Bornstedt's store.
gon her future home. She is a sister
Billy Welch of Welches was a Sandy
visitor Tuesday. He says there is some
to Mrs. T. L. Evans.
8. M. Davis, 8. Launclden and F. thing doing at Welches camp this year.
Miss Rose Leaf visited with her folks
Scboltx made a trip to Egypt the first
on the Sandy a few days this week.
of the week.
M. McCormick took a l‘«d of potatoes
Rev. Geo. Houghton of Rooeter Rock
Portlond for Bornstedt's Tuesday.
was a caller at S. M. Davis' last Sunday.
John Moecbo and family recently ar
Mr. Durston, Mr. Hall. Mr. Gregory, rived from Minnesota to make their
Mr. Hinkle and two Eller btothers, em
home somewhere in the vicinity of San
ployes of the Pacific States Telephone
company, stayed jver Saturday night
Mr. and Mrs. John 8. Gibbons' little
at Springfield larm and spent Sunday
is quite ill.
fishing in Buck creek. They made a
F. W. Canning of Kelso, council com
good catch and went home happy.
mander of Orient Camp, 441. W. O. W.,
Fred Rickert has given up running was elected as delegate to attend the
L. H. Rickert’s place and Will Parson s district convention to be held in Port
has rented it for a term of five years.
land, May 3.
J. H. Fitzgerald and family were call
Miss Edna Gibbons, daughter of John
ers at M. Rickert’s last Friday.
Gibbons of Ssndv Ridge, who is attend
Mias Mamie Perkins of Portland visit ing the Behnke-Walker college of Port
ed her sister, Mrs. Ward Evans, last land, was visiting at her home last Sat
urday and Sunday.
Miss Loretta Hogan and Miss Florence
Rolland Morgan came home from the
McElroy, senior students at the Port
mines recently and is working for Tom
land High school, were pleasant visi
tors at the Sandy school last Friday.
J. 0. Downing and family of Cleone Miss Hogan made a few remarks to the
called at Springfield farm last Saturday. pupils which were much appreciated.
Vic Johnson, Ned Nelson, Will Bog
holm and Olaf Mickleson will build a
mill on Justice Strowbridge's place
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Orland Zeek, about two ndles east of Sandy.
Wednesday, May 8, a daughter.
Residents here are pleased at the
Miss Rennie Bosch visited her mother, prospect of the improvement of roads
Mrs. M. Calvin, from Friday till Tues leading in this direction.
Ed Paine was severely hurt recently,
Clarence Cathy visited bis cousin, being struck by a knot which bad
caught in the upper saw.
Miss Jennie Collins, last Sunday.
Miller 4 Co. are sluicing for their
G. W. Calvin spent Sunday at home.
power plant near Bullrun.
Alvah Louderback spent Sunday with
Henry Millen of Marmot had a run
away on Bullrun hill, bruising himself
Robert McKerrow was seen here severely.
Sandy always has a splendid fruit
A. Harrison will lead the Christian crop and farmers say that this year will
Endeavor meeting Sunday night.
be a “record breaker” for apples, pears,
Mrs. Jennie Markell made a trip to I prunes and plums
Portland thia week.
Heavy blasting is heard on the Don
Mrs. J. Duke and Mrs. Sam Strebin ahue plant near Sanday.
E. Coalman left last Monday morn
of Troutdale were visiting their brother,
ing with a crew of men to repair the
Mr. Chase and Mr. Jack were Port Toll road for the heavy summer travel
which is expected.
land visitors Monday.
Chas. Sharnke is [«inting Meinig
Mr. and Mrs. Haworth are entertain
ing his fa|her and mother of Olympia, Bros.’ store and residence.
Frank McGugin, su|>ervisor of roads,
Wash., this week.
has l-een collecting poll tax in this vi
The Orient school closed April 26 with
a large number of pupils passing into
Perry Kitzmiller, Sandy’s genial real
the next grade.
estate agent, is contemplating some big
Mr. Collins is slowly improving.
| lea s in the near future.
Mrs. Geo. Zeek of Eagle Creek is vis
An unusually large congregation at
iting her eon, Orland Zeek, and family.
tended the Catholic church Sunday and
The Ladies Home Mission met with listened to a very instructive sermon by
Haworth last Wednesday.
Rev. F. Anselm.
Miss Aylsworth was called away from
The doctor was suddenly called last
her class of music pupils last Saturday Monday to see Chas. 8. McSherry who
on account of the death of her little was severely injured by being struck
with a log. His leg, which was thought
Mrs. Douglass and children have re to be fractured, was found, upon exami
turned from North Yamhill, where she nation, to be but badly sprained.
was visiting her sister, Mrs. C. C. ! George Rothers and family of Port
Laughlin, who is going to California land have moved to Sandy Ridge.
Matt Zogg, a prosperous farmer of'
Del Stuart is on the sick list.
Sandy Ridge, was a Bandy visitor Tues-
Bora to Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Quay, a ''*y'
eon, April 31.
The planks are being torn out lie
Grandpa and Grandma Husk of Olym- ( tween the bluff road and Sandy. The
The stork paid a visit to Alfred Wood
ward's last Thursday and left a big baby
bov. Mr Woodward returned to Ide
place of woik with a broad smile on hie
Reniemlier the May Ikay dance in
Columbia Grange hall. May ll. The
grange met in regular seoaion Saturday.
Fred Shoultz was appointed the new
Miss Joseph, a prominent teacher of
Portland and a sister of Attorney Jo
seph. with some friemla visited Mrs.
Mr« W. Hicks spent a few days last
week with friends in Portland.
Miss Maud Waters, who has been
home for couple of weeks, left Saturday
Chester Knierieiu is laid up with a
very sole hand.
Mrs. P. Anderson had several pleas
ant callers last week.
Mr Wyman of Cherryville has been
in Bomig taking pictures of the place
and surrounding country.
Shellenberger A Wilson's tie mill
caught fire last Wednesday evening and
it took good hard work to save it from
burning down. The roof was burned.
Mr. McS berry bad the misfortune to
get his leg broken Monday morning.
He was working at Palmer's upper
camp when a big log swung around and
knocked him down, fracturing the leg.
The Carbolineum Company has a day
and night crew at work dipping ties.
Mrs. Allan Cooke has been in bed the
last week, sick with typhoid fever.
Pete Mason has taken charge of the
restaurant, succeeding Mr. Robbins,
who has left for other |«rts.
The family of A. Mershon have the
sympathy of the entire neighborhood
in their late sorrow over the death of
Mr. Mershon's sister.
Mrs. P. Storm was in Portland Mon
The Fairview carpenters have started
the construction of a fine new barn on
the farm of Frank Trommelt.
Mrs. Irene Woodin of Portland made
us a pleasant call one day last week.
Ralph Rooney and bis bride lately
from Kansas were entertained last
Thursday an-1 Friday by his sister, Miss
Mr. Bernev of Bickleton, Wash., is
down looking after the interests of his
home lately purchased of Mr. Ogden.
Judging from all report&of our famous
Corbett ball team, they gained a great
victory last Sunday over A. Kincaid's
nine, the score being 40 to 2, in favor of
the Corbett boys. It seems there were
some fine looking girls at the game and
their pretty faces seemed an inspira-
tionto the Corbett boys or else they
bewildered the other team. At any
rate the Corbett boys have all had
smiling faces since and feel competent
to play almost any team in the county.
L. Mershon and wife were the guests
of A. Mershon last Sunday.
L. Cameron made a business trip to
Portland Saturday evening.
A Christian Endeavor Society was
organized at the schoolhouse last Sun
day evening. We think it a very good
movement for the young people and
hope to see it prosper.
The Pillar of Ught
(Continued from page 3.)
Rhe walked resolutely toward the
door. Brand drew aside that she mlghi
paM. He looked at tier uo more. Hl»
wondering daughter saw that big drop»
of perspiration stood on hla forehead
Mr. Traill, no le-» aatoulahed than
the rest, offered to conduct Mr* Van
alttart to tier Man
- - ■
"No," she aald. I will go aloue. I
atu used to It now after so uiauj
There waa a ring of heartfelt bitter
neon In her voice whl>-h ap|H«led tu
more than one of the alien! listener*
Aa the door ckvse.l l«elilnd her Brand
•eemed to recover tils aeuaa*
"I must ask your pardon. Mr Traill,"
he said quietly- ”1 assume that the
lady who has Just left ua did uot ex
pect to see me here tonight. It would
lie Idle to deny that the meeting was
a shock to l>oth of u* It revived palu
Mr. Traill, scarce know lug what he
Mid. eo taken aback was be. exclaimed
"Mr* Vanalttart claimed you aa an
old acquaintance. The odd thing la
that you. at any rate, did uot discover
that fact earlier."
'The lighthouse keeper looked round
the tat>le He saw palu In mauy eye*
but In l*yno's steady gase there was
"Mrs. Vauslttart"' he aald slowly.
"Is that her name I I did not kuow.
How should I. the recluse. hear of
her? And In yonr first message to the
rock you called her Etta. When I
knew her her name was Nanette, for
the Indy who calls herself Mr* Van-
sltlart was my wife Is yet. for aught i
I know to the contrary ’
••Father!“ Coostauce dung to him
tn utmost agitation. "IM you mean
that she Is my mother?"
“Ya* dear one. sin- I*. But let us go I
I fear my home «»nilng has ,
brought misery In Its train. I am
sorry Indeed. It was wholly unexpect I
ed. Poor Nanette: She ever deceived
herself. I suppose she liop««d to avoid I
m* as If fate forgo', the tears lu the
comedy of life."
“Can I not go to tier?" asked Con I
stance. white faced and trembling.
"No. my child, you cannot lias she
rialmed you? She east you off once. i
I might have forglien her many things ;
—uever that. Come. Enid! What need
for yonr tears? We faced worse 1
trouble* together three days ago. and
you. at any rate, can look forward to I
happiness. Goodbv. I.ady Margaret,
and you. too. Mr. Tra II I will see you 1
tomorrow, I hope. Forgive me for my
unconscious share In this ulgbt'a suf ,
TEl’HEN BRAND and the two j
girls passed s lently down the
the hotel unac j
companied by any of the oth
ers. There was nothing liu-onipreben-
slble In thia or any Mvor of dis
In the first place. Mr. Traill was so
profoundly shocked by the lighthouse
keeper’s revelation that he collapsed
Into a chair aud rem ned there, bowed
apd wordless, for mir y minutes Both
Pyne and Ftanhojie lid move toward
the door, but Enid, watchful, self mc -
rlfiring, eager to save thoe- she loved
from further pain, telegraphed an em
phatic order to 8tanho|>e to remain
where be was. and l*yne murmured to
"Gues* she's right, anyhow. We'll all
feel a heap better In the morning.”
The person who exhibited the clear
est signs of distress was latdy Marga
ret. Her position was one of extraor
dinary difficulty. Three of the a<-tors
In the breathless scene which hnd been
sprung on her with the suddenness of
an explosion were absolute strangers
In her life before that evening.
Brand she knew Indeed, but only by
sight. She bad met Constance aud
Euid occasionally, at arm's length, so
to speak, regarding them truly aa dan
gerous young [s-rsotn where marriage
able sons were concerned. Enid liad
Justifieil her suspicions, and her lady
ship hail yielded so far as to give her
approval to an engagement she could
Circumstances had conspired to force
her hand. Stanhope, being an outspo
ken young man. had made no secret of
Ids desperate r«*solve to rescue Enid, so
the newspapers supplied the remainder
of the romance, and even I-ady Marga
ret herself had contribute»! to It under
the magnetic Influence of the tour.
It was one thing, however, to be
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Kennedy of Gresh
am visited with Mr. and Mrs. D. W.
The Christian Endeavor social given
at the home of Mrs. A. B. Conrod was
McKay Sunday evening.
a decided success.
Miss Iva Alder was the guest of Miss
Mirs Maude Mitchell visited with Miss
Lvda Brain hall Sunday.
Lora Schmeer Sunday.
Miss Florence Stafford visited with
Mrs. A. Baker and son Oswal«! visited
her mother last Thursday.
the metropolis Monday.
Mrs. J. Duke and Mrs. Sam Strebin
Mr«. John Bramball spent Monday
spent Saturday in Portland.
with Mr*. J. M. Harris of Terry.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Schmeer are visit
Misses Pearl and Alta Alder s|«ent
ing with relatives in Tualatin.
Sunday with their parents.
thrilled with the adventures of the
rock bound people, but quite another to
figure prominently In connection with
a social scandal of the first mogultude.
Rhe know IViiMnce too well to ho|H>
that the Incident would sink Into obliv
ion. Obviously the matter could uot
rest In Ila present atage. Hlie must ex
pect dlMgreealile disclosure«* algnlfi
cant head shaklnga of those who knew
little ami wanted to kuow more. All
the tea table artillery of a small town
would l«e focused on her defensive | m >
sit Ion were she loyal to the girl whom
her son hail elioseu aa his helpmate.
Thia Miue son. too, after lie had re
covered from the amaaemeut of Mrs.
Vanalttart'a dramatic departure and
Brand'a adtnlaalon, betrayed a com|«o
sure that was dlatlnctly Irritating
"You won't mind If wo smoke, moth
er." lie said "Tbo situation require*
tolmcew. Ihin't you feel like that.
"If Ijtily Margaret doesn't object. I
admit that different aorta of [miaou
might act aa tonic*" anawered Pyne.
"Here, uncle; try a brandy ami sod*
lunty Margaret, a gl*M of champagne
I've been expecting a disturbance, but
didn't look for It tonight."
"Why do you any that. Charlie?"
asked Mr. Traill, rising ami atretcblug
hla limb* aa a luau who testa bls bones
after a heavy fall.
"It was hanging around. Just as one
pro|«li<«sles n storm after an electrical
feeling In the air Mrs Vanalttart rec
ognised Brand and made her caleula
tlona iK-conllngly. l et ua give her the
creJIt due to her. Aa soon aa she dis
covered him. Hie marriage project was
"I had that kind of impreoalou my
self. Glad I meutloned II to you now.”
‘•Of course yon an«. I'll bet any rea
souable man that Mr* Vanalttart In
tended to leave retixiiice tomorrow as
Soon as she hail made you understate!
that she could not. nmler any clrcuiu
stances, become my aunt.”
A ghost of a smile filttcl aenws Mr
Traill's face. HI* nephew's way of
putting tlitugs was delightfully uu
“What w«« are apt to lose sight of."
>*ontlnu««d Pyne, “la the manner In
which Brand receives! wliat must have
been a ataggerlng blow He met hla
wife tonight after n separation of more
than twenty year*. Am! how he took
It! When lie spoke It was really In her
behalf. The thing la too amazing Of
course, now that the thornier aud light
nlng have started, the sky will clear all
"Vuhapplly such affairs do not *r-
range tbemaelVM so readily." snap|>ed
luidy Margaret. She was tiecoming
more angry w Ith each wave of rvfiec
tlon "Young men like you do not real
Ize the effev t of sneb such unpleuMlit
<«x|aMun«a of family life. How will
the curly history of her imrents affect
the future ¡>1 Cotutlancv Braud? Aa
for the otlior girl"—
Her ladyship threw np her bands In
helpless abandonment. To her mind
the adoption of poor Enid, the sea
waif, assumed a darker appearance
now that Brand'a matrimonial adven
turns revealed sinister feature*
Jnck Stanhope caught her by the
"Mother." he cried, "before you My
another word let me tell you aomethlng
you ought to know. Enid la Mr.
Now. thia gisal woman loved her son
dearly. All her thoughts were of him
an<l for him. Her look of blank Incre
dulity yield«! to the confirmation abe
mw writ on all three fa,**.
She burst Into tear*
"Apparently I am the last person to
l>e taken Into anybody's confidence,”
"Madam.” Mid Mr. Traill, bending
over her. "In thia Instance at least
you have no cause to feel aggrieved.
Neither the girl beraelf, m*r her slater
by adoption, nor Mr* Vanalttart. to
whom, until the puat half hour. I con-
aldered myself to la« engaged. Is aware
of the undoubted fact which your son
has Just told you. Let me s.y that I.
na tier fatlirr. am proud to think abe
has won the affections of such a man
na Rtanho|>e Ttwre la no rvnaon why
you, his mother, aliould not lie etpially
satisfied with the |>edlgree and pros
pects of my daughter."
ills calm assumption of a rank eqnal
If not superior to her own was con
vincing to a woman of her tempera
ment. Assuredly that evening was a
memorable one to her ladyship. The
repose of Vere de Vere was rudely
shocked for once. Nevertheless the
knowledge that her lifelong ambition
had been realize««! In a way little
dreamed of by any of those most con-
«-erne«! was In Itself consoling.
Traill, qnlte unconsciously, loomed
larg«« In the social eye of Penzance,
and the wldoweil laity had not been ao
long withdrawn from the wealth wor
lblplng world of Iximlon aa to tie
wholly unleavened with the worship of
the golden calf
So It was with quickened Interest
that she set herself to listen to the
story of Enid's parentage, and. If her
fear of local gossip mongers shrank as
tier perceptton of Fluid's real social po-
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I ridaya and Saturday*.
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handsome as a picture, weighs
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to the motherly aeutlrueut that no wife
can be too good for an excellent non.
Mennwbllu Braud and the aorrow
lailcu girl*. ualK-rcd by oliaequluua
aervanta to the entrance ball, were <uu-
■trained to comfort themaelvea with
true Brltlxli phlegm In view of tee Io
tereat cauaed by their npiiearance.
The hour waa not late, about 9.30.
Even while the hall porter waa aun>.
monlng a cab th«« uewa *[>read, witbill
am! without, that the llghthouae kecpct
• mi hla daughters, wboae exploit* filled
the mlmla of all man, were standing
near tbo dour.
(Continned on page fi.)
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