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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (May 10, 1907)
•ale of I m creatu and cake
church Tuesday afternoon.
over Mtuart’s »lore, Main Mlrwwt
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Jas. H. Latham,
Mis» Elsie Gray, who resiled here for
C. A. Johnson wears a broad smile
some time and moved to Dayton, Ore,, nowadays. He has received bis new
tiaa become Mrs. E. L. Hefferliue and carriage and waa outdriving Bunday.
will livejn Isis Angeles, Cal.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wilson of Port-
Mm E. Wisslard has Is-en having a land were visiting her father. John I an-
serious time with blood poison in her . cber, and sister, Mrs. Hamuel Carroll at
Powell Valley Sunday.
The l-adics Aid society have elected >
the following new officers: President.
THE PII.I.AR <>F LIGHT
Mr». W illiaiu lluaasell; first vice, Mrs
(Continued from page 4)
F. D. Hubbard; second vice, Mrs. Em- *
ma Scharf; treasurer, Mrs. F. Zimmer
Several i>eople. complete strangers,
man; sent if, Mias lai ura Funk;
came to them and offered warm
work committee, Mrs. Emma Scharf,
A smart "journalist
Mr». II. II. Young and Mm. F. Morly.
pn-aseil forward and wore his own
OrricK Uf! <'omm«rclal Bldg , Cor. 2nd and
Maatilngt’n Mt . i'oftTLaftb
Ehone Par. 1»M |
ftaaiMBCR JI villa Aveuua. M uiftavilla . At
Mr». Fui of Portland was a guest ol
Mrs. Susie Timms Monday.
Mia» Sadie Wrigid of Portlaial spent
Sunday with her mother, Mm. Ellen j
John Hurlburt ami Mm. E. J. Snow
of Portland attended Eastern Star lodge
Mr«. Minnie Biedcrman ha« been vis-
tier brother, A. Fox. She will visit in
Baker City a few days before returning ;
l<i her home in San Francisco and will i
stop lo re on her return.
A Flu Ptrchroi nd C om ! Slillloi
Five yram old, actual weight 1756
poundi», owned by Northway A
l.itllt>|>«g«*, will etnnd during the
mra won of |’io7 at
W. W. NORTHWAY’S PLACE,
I mil«* riml <>( Sandy bridge. on
IU mv Uno Road.
TERMS, $12 TO INSURE
Prince Otto baa the wixo of the Pvrcheron, the action of the Coach and
the kimlml of diapowitioioi. Cuiue and arc for yoorarlvec.
FARMERS, insure in the old reliable Insurance
Association . . .
The Oregon Fire Relief Association of McMinnville
Always pays its losses without delay.
J ohn B rown , Agt.. R ockwood . Ore.
Phone Gresham 168
Lusted visited Mr». Ed. Hamilton on
Mm. Minnie Brown Ims been enter-
tiling her father, Mr. Smith, n few ilnys.
Willard Cook ami family have moved
to Fairview, where lie in employed »»
switchman on the o. It. A N. railroad.
It. F, Powers in assisting J. Brown in
the insurance business.
la-e Radford is working for George
School in this disrtict will close on
Mrs. Elmer Goger gave a birthday
party in honor of her daughter, Jessie,
John Hudson and family were recent I
guests ol Ins brother, E. Hudson of Sell- I
Chas. Bmniliall lias been blasting out
tlie Sandy River, pre|>aralory to driving
railroad ties. Quite a number of brok-1
en windows were a result of the shock, i
Mrs. Frances Allard has l»-en enter- •
taining Mm. Sarah Kincaid of Spring
Dr. C. Holm has l»-en in Portland
attending to the duties of Dr. Joes dur
ing tlie latter» alwcnce in Chicago.
Hermann Blayier is busy on the hill
sending wood down tlie wood »boot at
Mrs. Jessie Bramball has
here and is selling pianos.
Will Hutt has moved Iris family on
the hill and is employed in sending
dow n wood.
Mrs. Alliert Krouse of la Grande ia a
guest of her mother, Mrs. l-aura Funk.
The Portland business men were met
by quite a large crowd of Fairview |>«>
Rev. C. E.
made a welcome add re»»
in which be gave some idea of tlie re
»nurses of our town and made Portland
men to feel we were in cloee touch and
really a part of their city. Tlie response
was given by W. II. Moore, president of
the Oregon Trust and Savings lunik, in
a few well chosen words. He said in
;>art: ‘•What Portland wants is tliat all
the surrounding country be settled in
small farms to back up tlie Rose City of
the Pacific.” Tlie 20-niinute stop ar
ranged fur ill the itinary was lengthened
to 40 minute« on account of the delayed
Spokannc tlyer winch met them here
but the gentlemen ap|a-areil to enjoy
themselves chatting with Fairview citi-
aens. Each visitor waa presented with
a Portland budge.
Harry Lusted and
Mrs. Oran Dunbar and children spent '
Sunday with relatives here. They will j
s|w-nd some time at tlie lieach before 1
retuening to their home at Joseph, Or.
Mrs. Mary Daniels of Portland has
moved her family into Mrs. O. A. Jack-1
Look out for John Brown’s Grocery
Ad. in this space next week. Pretty
busy at the Rockwood store.
10 lb. sack Graham,
2 pkgs. Grape Nuts,
Lea & Perrin’s Sauce,
Baker’s Cocoa, 1-2 lb. tin,
3 pkgs. Bon Ami,
10 lb. sack Com Meal,
1 lb. Postum or Figprune,
Dement’s Best Flour,
3 cans Tomatoes,
3 “ Com,
3 “ Peas,
Star Tobacco, 1 lb., .
Pork and Beans, 3 for
Golden Gate Baking Powder,
K. C. Baking Powder, 25 oz.,
4 lbs. A. and H. Soda,
9 bars Swift’s Soap,
II. B. DICKINSON
Attorney - at - Law,
Notary Public . . .
Attorney at Law
Pom. and , O bbhon
We are still paying highest
market price for Butter and Eggs
Gresld» Lodge No. 125,1. 0. 0. F„
Meets every Saturday night in Old Fel
J. G. Metzg- r. H ii.; D. I
M. Roberts, Secretary.
meets 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of each .
month. All visiting brothers specially :
invited to attend.
cuuqditueutary utterance« lato su la-
terview. A crowd gathered quickly on
the pavement, l’ollcemeu. those mar i W. 0. W. Clover Camp No. 318, Gresh-.
ahals of every English demonstration,
am. meets in Regner's Hall I
cleared a path for them through the on 2d an<l 4lli Mondays at 8 p. m. J. N.
So. with smiling words ou Clanahan, C. C.; L. P. Manning, Clerk.
their II| hs aud anguish In tbeir hearts. , Visiting Woodmen Welcome.
they made a triumphal exit How lit
tle could the friendly enthusiasts who UiitH ArtisiH,'?•-
175, meets in Regner s
cheered them renllxe that these three .................
hud lieen atrophied by the deadly liall 1st and 3d Friday each month. I
Henry Douthit, M. A.: C. A. NUtley,
malevolence of fate In the very hour Bec'y. All Artisans Welcome.
wbeu a great achievement Lad ended
Bnkl suffered almost as keenly as
Braud aud hla daughter. Tbeir joys
and sorrows were hers. The startling
nature of Brand's avowal rendered It
difficult for either Enid or Constance
to piece together certain fragmentary
memories of Mra. Vanaittart’s odd be
havior during her enforced sojourn ou
the rock. Ho thoroughly hail she shat
tered those illmljr out Hued Impres
sions by the quietly vivacious charm
of her manner at dinner that they both
exirerlenced a jumble of aeuaatloua. A
terrified woman. In wet and torn cloth
lug. cowering lu the gaunt Interior of
a storm girt lighthouse. Is a very dlf- |
fervut being when attired In expensive
garments and surrounded by the lax- I
urles of a first class hotel.
It waa a relief to drive to tbeir cot
tage in «Bence, yet. so easily moulded
la our human clay. It waa a greater
relief when the tension of the noisy
rattle of the cab was relaxed. It coat
some effort to assure Mra. Sheppard, a
buxom, motherly soul of sixty or there
abouts. that they could not possibly eat
any aup|>cr. The effort waa forthcom
ing. They pleaded weariness, aud at He placed an arm around tach of them.
last they were alone.
how, their self effacement in bls behalf
Constance knelt by her father's side touched him more keenly than any
when he dropped Uxtleaaly Into the thing else had done during tbis trouble«!
armchair placed In bis accustomed period.
He bowed his head. A strong man in
"Now, dad." she said, bravely un
agony cannot endure the scrutiny of
emotional. "there will be no more loving eyes.
tears. Tell me all that I ought to
“Enid.” he said brokenly, “my words
to you must tie few. Good fortune
Enid dft>w a hassock to hH feet and
needs but slight explanation.
scaled herself there. < lasplng her bands
proofs of my statement I do uot pos
about her kne-s.
ses«. but Mr. Traill's letter to me could
"Whatever she did I am sorry for
not have been written by such a man
her.” said the girl decisively
if he were not sure of his facts. Here
she cannot have ts-en a really bad wo
It Is. Read It aloud."
man. dad. or you would not have loved
He handed her her father's plain
Spoken communication. Constance. In
Brand sigh«! deeply. His strong will
had dwirted him for a little while. He
shrank from the ordeal before hint.
Why should he t>e callevl on to sully
the mirror of hla daughter's Innocence
by revealing to her the disgrace of her
Constance caught something of the
dread In hla soul.
"Don't tell me If It hurts you. dad.
I am content to bear more than I have
t>orne tonight If It l>»<»ena your suf
ferings.’" she whispered.
A great variety of little things, usually sold at other
stores for 15c to 25c can be found here at right
prices, 5c to 10c.
I> U F U I<
7.37 Chamber of Cumtuerce
Phone Main .3.366
The Largest Stock of Patent Medicines in this Neck of
the Woods at Saving Prices ::::::
Boots, Shoes, Dry Goods
Groceries and Feed
GOODS SOLD HERE AT SAVING PRICES
Hyhnd Bros. I
LEADING HOTEL IN TROUTDALE
Room« and board, Commercial trade
•elicited. Batiafaetion guaranteed
Have Removed to
168 FIFTH STREET
Louis Helming, Prop.
Brikch Start 211 Stctad Street
Where they will be pleased to we all
theiroid customer« and many new ones.
Beat of feet! all the year. Good winter •
• pasturage. Shelter, «'all on or write
Remember place. Porrtaxh, O f .
• I I
e J. L. IWVIKLIIV,
PU gm Main 22
Newly opened, under new manaCvment.
Roums and board .by day, week or month
Kate» reaaonable. Patronage solicited.
J. B. A llisom , Prop , Troutdale. Or.
Lndertakers and Embalmers
Complete Mock of coffin» and furnishing«.
Hearse furnished if desired
Call« promptly attended.
•0‘ o L ài ,0
o M' o H
capable of deeper depths of amazement
This drawliack was pvod u
than those now probed, looked over her They persevered steadily o
sister’s shoulder. Together they de- Then Enid, tlie comforter, ro
ciphered the somewhat difficult hand- herself.
writing of a man whose chief task for
TO BE CONTINUED
——— had been to sicn tils name
076 APR. 16
W. A. Ilerrlng of Portland visited
E<l. Hamilton and (amily visited hi»
Rockwool friend» last Sunday.
brother, W. II. Hamilton, in Vancouver
Rockwood Literary Society gave n last Sunday.
whist party last Thursday evening.
Mr». G. Moulton visit«! her |iarent»
They will close for the season with an
nt Arli 11 la»t week.
ice creatn social May IS. Free to mem
Mi»» Olive Lusted spent Tuesday with
Mr. Markel) and wife of Portland were
her cousin, Mrs. Frank Clark of Powell guests of Rev. W. T. Scott and wife I
Sunday. They are members of Smith
tieo. Lusted and wife and Geo. Itlaek- Memorial church here.
Mr. and Mm. Fred Me Elliot are via- liurn and wife »pi nt Sunday with Mr.
Jack Lusclier and wife started tbis
and Mm. John Sleret.
week for New York, where with other1
iting llu-ir nephew, E. D. Hamilton, and
Tim young folks singing club met with relatives, they will take passage for
Olive Lusted last Sunday afternoon.
Switscrland, their old home. They ex- [
Mr. Carlson hat gone back to Iowa
Mr. Wilkenson and family of Gresh l>eet to return in August or September.
to buy land
Ha expecta to move hi» am, Mr. MiClennan and family of Port
William Tow nsend has returned from
family back in the near future, thia land, and laiura Burkholder, called at a few days sojurn at Collins Springs,
auction not agreeing witli Ilia wife'» tba home of Geo. Lusted Sunday after- where be went for thv benefit of rheu
main on tbeir way home from Bullrun matism.
PRICE LIST Of A EEW STAPLES
O regon I
T routdale ,
Mos Ituby Shearer was not able to
attend U> her school duties the tint of |
tlie week on account of Poison oak pois-
Fresh Bread Every Day. 6 Loaves 25c
PQWtU. VAllf Y
Mr Markland ia building a fine resi
Mrs. Clara Hwabbleoi Tacoma, Wash., dence on the land he recently purchased
on ti e old Hale place.
is a guest of Troutdale friends.
Mrs. C. A. Lindgren is on the sick
Miss Mary Boston is visiting friend»
at the Dalles.
W. C. BELT, M. D. C. M.
Tlie library aae>«-iatioii met on Turi-
day afternoon in the reeking room.
J. G. McElroy,
C A V
• * ”
Drs. Short & Short
olicy: Please and Protect
SPECIALTY OF HORSISHOLINtl
C. H. ATWOOD, M.’ D.
Main »treat, near Third, GKKMHAM
• The Portland business men's eieur*
Mi»» Lucy Higgins, Miss Daisy Wil — i
—..-a,.-,. , , ,
■ion »topped at Troutdale last Monday cox, Mrs H Toneeth, Rodney llall, E
morning and was nu t by F. K. Har M Stone and the Misees Zimmerman
low, If II Young, Aaron Fox and oth spent Sunday with relatives here.
Bit II. II. OTT,
ers. Tlie progressives of the metrop
Mrs Gordon Jones is visiting her
olis were shown over the town, a large parents, It Hunter and wife.
number gplng through the packing
Mrs. C G. Couplaml baa been quite
( ), vu<>ll
plant and other places of interest. All
III. She is a guest at the home of A,
expressed Themselves as well pleased
with east Multnomah's popular town.
J. M. •■QBT, M. ».
F. A- •■UBT, M. B.
Mrs Susie Timms made a charming Next Monday evening will la- the
hostess al our afternoon tea given at meeting of the Civte Improvement
tier home. Monday, May H. The liouse Club. Everybody come and help to
was |i«eorate<l in maiden hair ferns, li- I improve the town.
Pk rate la as- Ser (ssaa.
Axtell and Cree have been repairing
lacs amt roses. Those present were
Mr . Eox and daughter, Miss I aura of the I'oupland house.
Portland, Mm. A. Krouse of lagrande,
Mias Huaie sad Ernest llall have
Mr. ami Mrs. T. Brownhill of Gresh returned from a few day's visit in The
am, Mr«, D. II Griffiths, Mrs. F. E.
Harlow, Mrs. <’. I arson, Mm. William
Miss Ismise Moller baa returned to
Calls Promptly attended te.
IIursscJL Mm. (’. Holm, Mrs. It. lai-
Portland after a few day’s visit with h. r
Ufece at Sandy Hstel.
ourell, Mm. I.. Harlow, Mm. J. larnon.
Mm. A. E. Derry, Mm. A. Eox, Mi»» mother, Mrs. A. B. Moller.
Elsie Lathrop and Miss Mabel Brink, all
Miss Ethel lleslin has returned In m
of Tioutdalu. Mrs. L. Harlow ami Mi«« a few day’s visit with her sister, Mrs
Mslrel Brink rendered selections oa the Anna IL-iney in Portland.
piano. The proceeds of the tea will la-
CALLS PROMPTLY ANSWERED
applied to llie library fund.
Th ■ Ladies Society of Smith Memo
Humixpathic Physician sad Surgeon
rial church met at an all day session
day or nlgbt
om<a phona, Main M. K«>a ph«»fia. Main M I
In the church Monday afternoon
We are Prepared . . .
Willard Cook has moved into Mrs.
Julia Hunters house.
Grant Shaw lias moved bis family in- I
to the Teter Peterson Cottage.
The Ladies .bid society of the Meth- !
odist church held their last meeting
with Mrs C. E Crandall The ladies
realised quite a little sum from the*
He placed au arm around each of
"It Is Got!'« will." be aald. "that I
should have to face many trials at a
period when I ex|>ected nothing but
some few years of qnlet happiness."
"Nothing 111 this world can part us
from you.” said Constance.
"Oh. nothing." agreed Enk! solemnly,
nestling clo«er. Her earueetneee was 1
helpful. He smll«l wistfully.
"You forget. Enid, that there is a
grave chance of yoa. nt any rate, leav
ing me for another." be aald.
•That Is the wont of girls getting
married," she protested.
aiin>o«ed to t* delighted because they
are going to live with strange people.
Girls who are of that mind cannot be
happy nt home. If I thought that be- 1
Ing married to Jack impli«! eeparatton
from you and Constance”—
"You would give him up and weep
your eye« out.” lie preseed her pout
ing Ups together as he went on: "Now.
my dear ones, I wish both of you to
be prepared for very unexpected
Two most linpvrtaat events
In your Ilves have taken place wtthln
a few hours. Constance, If you saw
your mother tonight, Enid also saw her
I have known for two days
that Enid's fattier la Mr Traill.”
For an Inatant. It must be confessed,
Constance and Enid alike feared that
tlie meutal auJ physical strain he had
undergone had temporarily deranged
him. It was not sheer Incredulity, but
r«al terror. l»c
HARLOW, BLASER &
We still have some
TIMOTHY AND CLOVER SEED
ASK US WHY
Bring In Your Coupons Dated as
above and Set Your Money back
H7E ARE returning the entire Cash Receipts of
one day in each month. Make a purchase and
strike the lucky day. We surely have something
you want, as we are dealers in everything you want
to buy or sell.
HARLOW, BLASER & HARLOW