SALMON RIVER WANT COLUMN Wanted, For Sale, Lost, Found, Etc. Al kxwl advertlM-mi nt, are run un.l.r tbl> head al the rule .4 OSS I'KNT A WuKI> ll> It lsnt'K No ait imhtlahed h>r Jeu, than lAcenla I'aah In advance i-os-pl l«> regular a.tierlleer* It you have anythin, to aril, nr wish l>* hu> anythin, or hate toat anythin«. THY A " WANT All " In Ihl, column Th. retail» »111 surprise you I'aah or poslaae stamps Hotel and Summer Resort the MONTAVILLA : LOCAL NEWS ITEMS : COOLEST. QUIETEST, MOST INVITING REST and RECREATION •••••••••••••••••••••••••a SPOT IN OREGON fair Some of its Advantages JOHN MelNTYRE, Prop., Additional Gresham Locals The track wa* moved over and the work i» going on with no ressatiou of car m>rvice. Ihic Carter has sold his interest in the bowling alley and has gone to Rev. C. R. Elwy of l >« Angels» and Kouthem Oregon for a hunting trip Jason Royal of W.sallawn cnllvd on the Contractor G K Howitt has the latter's brother. Rev. T. F. Royal, at work of grading Misner strei't alsiul the home of II Olwnt on Wednesday. completed All «tage» »top at d«»ir IÑietoffice, »tore ami fns* camping ground. FOR SALE—A »eeond hand buggt The stale Fi*h Hatchery i» healed al this point for aale or traile for otte-borse spring There were several acceaaiona to the wagon. Addres» W A. Roweu, fil Here ta fiHtml the flneat hunting and Halting tn Oregon. of Nature for hiver» ‘ one, Oregon. (31 There are innumerable inviting, shady madia Methodist church Sunday l»«tnl and everything for camper» Best of home cooking for those desiring to I------ ' There will t* a lawn social on the KTRAYED—Red yearling heiter frvm place in Pleasant Valley. Finder cali ground» of the Methodist church Friday TU MT H Ovili WAV VOI 'LL NOT MISS IT ON THE or phone John Thoma» and aeeure re night. nard. (32 George Rolfe moved on Wednesday For further |«arti«-ular» atei reservation» write to JERSEY BULL—Year and one-half to Arleta, where he lias bought a place. old, Melruee. Chas Milter, phone 374. The attendance at the reading ruutu Greaham, Oregon. of the branch library has Isen g>»«l STRAYED-Jeiwv bull, »..lid dark Oregon during the last few weeks. Though not fawn color; 8 mos. old B C. Altman, s<> many books were taken out during Gresham. Route 2. (30 these warm days, up fo July 2» the at EASTERN OREGON HORSES sale. See Smith A Whwler, Grerham. Crow took possession of the Gresham tendance ha.I Iwvn 438. The following 11 regon. hotel.of which Mrs. Vim had prvvfoualy perkaiicahi are found on the res.ling (Continued from page 1.) had charge. Mr. Crow has resided in table: ’Century, Garden Magaaine, REWARll-jr. dollar- reward will tie paid for imfomiation leading to the of things, but he was rather thinking of Hillsboro of late, but was formerly at Harpers Weekly. Ijklies Home Journal, arrest and conviction of the |«-r»on who the shadowy side Wednesday when he Forest Grove. Outlook, St. Nicholas. Sc ientific Amer tired into my house on the evening of was tn Gresham hunting a cool spot; I ican, Worlds Work. Youth* Couipaniou July 16. E. r. Smith. (31 Our Itaker, J. II. Hatch, has just and Bird Lire. he didn't tiud it and left in a hurry for milch cow . black and Fairview and a chance to get a waft of installed an up-to-date »«»la fountain. Fid \l>— -Stray ! _ _____ Mra. M. M Sayer of Silverton is visit white apotte*l, with coane sounding the Columbian broexra at "that place, ---------------------------------------- -- • H. L. Ball recently went to Roseburg ing with her .laughter, Mr». E. A. Cole bell around her neek. Owner can hav. Ed. Smith, one of our .launch sub- attend the funeral of Lis mother. leigh. same bv proving property aud paying costs. E. A. ____________ Yunker, Gresham, Or _ ___ seril>ers at Cleone.was in Gresham look- Mr». (.. Ball. We acknowledge receipt of a letter ESTRAYS—Three head of horses, ing for a cool place Wednesday, coming 8. F. Ball, who bought John Thomas' I from Mr. and Mr». DeAngle« announc two greys, one chestnut sorrel, came to to the Herald office he waa immediately place south <4 town, will move to Port ing the marriage of their daughter, May, my place. Owner can have same by relieved—of a dollar—and the editor re- land where he has the principalship of at Portland. July 31, to Roy N. New paying costs. Elsie Malar. Sandy, Or. - combe, son of Mr. and Mr» J. W. New | juiced. one of the West Side schools. FOR SALE—Bay horse 1350; Sorrell combe of 714 Anderson street, Monta Consult the "Want Ads.” on jsege fl. J. S Otis, who is building a house at horse. 1300; both good and true. Also villa. small new wagon and new harness. Tuesday was undoubkdly the warm Pleasant Home, was in town on Tues Subscribers wishing to have their Apply to Dr A. Th«>ni|su>n. Gresham 31 est day we have experienced in a num day. ad.lremes changvd should give the old ber of years, the thermometer register WANTED— Fresh milch cow* T R Miss F.lva Ikilan visited Mrs. A. Gor atl.lrv«* a* well as the new. We are Howitt, Gresham. Ore., ing 108 in the shade at noon and at 5 0 j unable to remember the address of each don on Sunday. of the more than 13UU copies sent out. HOUSEKEEPER WA N T F D —On in the afternoon in the Herald office it A. L. Turner lost his best cow last ! ranch, to cook and keep house for two stood at Rev. Cha*. It. Ebey of Lie Angeles, week. men. A widow preferred, n t more ex-editor of The Free Methodist. Chi Charles McColl spent a few days in I than one child No milking to do. < ::h Mrs. Chas. Van Buren and daughter cago, will participate in the tent meet housework Wages, $15 per montli. j Gresham the fore part of the week be- Addres M. Pexsoto A Co., R. F. D No. ' fore leaving for Rooster Rock, where he Florence of Montfort, Win., are visiting ings at Cedar Park. at the home of O. Thomas. 2, Barton, Oregon. ' is employed as tlagman on the railroad. Mrs H. Oberg's Sunday schisil class G. A. Hawley, who luui had charge PASTURE FOR RENT—(■■««1 gra- enjoyed an outing on Tuesday, going The Young People's orchestra gave a of the Gresham hotel, has sold his inter running water, shade. Enquire Gre*h- out Villa avenue alsmt two miles, ai I- ig st -re. __________ (-> picnic at Bullrun last Sunday, in which est to Mrs. Crow and will return to returning loml. d with haxelnuta. members of the orchestra and friends p eu «|| eU , n »here he previously hail FOR .»ALE—One Shutter truck, and in having (or 1>wk, A Ilw.k, _2 . relative» _‘_2. __ joined J _ the time ch>nfv oi , Clara Lewi* and G. II Temple of high wheels, wide track, four-inch l tires, complete, a bargain at $45 If of their lives. Luncheon was served by French lake. Indiana, were married al sold soon will let it go at $3o cash Lo the young ladies that would tempt the j Mr». Florence Wilson of Portland ia the home of the bride's ]«rrnt«. Mr. cated at Box 100 R F D 5 Mr Ban visiting her mother, Mra. Frits Stoker. and l-eander Lewis of Russellville. holster. i- palate of any musician. A splendid time Miss Ida Menaies of Roslyn. Wash., The ceremony was perforawd by Rev. was had by all and except for the un- HORbES—-For trade, - range horses, titnelv accident on the return trip, it is visiting her aunt, Mrs. I*. M. Rob II Oberg Sunday. July 21. They wont for good 1300 pound mares or over with erts. on Monday to their future home at the heaves. Enquire of Ed Smith, was voted a grand success. French Lak«, Indiana. Gresham. Ore. Emery and Kenneth Roberta ami The Gresham concert band practices If you have any fat stock to sell, write every Tuesday night. One night each Frita Wirts returned on Mondar from The Methodist Sunday school will or see T R. Howitt at Gresham. Ore. week open-air concerts will be given Welch’s where they have »pent a two enjoy an all day picnic at Columbia who will come and examine them at Juring the months of August and Sep weeks' vacation hunting and tíshing. Park on the St. Johns line Saturday. your ranch. tember. New music has receutlv been The boys brought home a tí ne string of Aug. 10. GILES BROTHERS, at Montavilla. purchased and the band is doing well trout and had abundance to eat. They Rev. T. F Royal, pionei-r Methodist for choicest meats. That's all. under the leadership of Fred Field made the biggest catch so far. preacher, preached in the Methodist MEN WANTED—For steady work at house. Mrs. A. H. Itowsett and children from church on Sunday night a very able Columliia Brick Works, Hogan station Mrs. L. M. Little of St. Johns, recently Minneapolis, Minn., arrived last week and acceptable sermon. near Gresham sent to The Herald, through her sister, and joined their husband and father, C. F. Wiebusch ha* returned from a FUR SALE — One-half lot in busi ness part of Gresham. Inquire at post- Mrs. E. M. Douglass, an elegant bou who has been here about three months. short outiifg at Heaaide. John Wie- quet of sweet pea.«, a sample of what sire They have decided to locate here per- i office. bu*«*h has g'MiC to Seaside. FoR SALE—Eight dairy cows, singly is raising for the coming fair and car- manently. Cha* llvle expects to go t«> the | Nellie Forester lias resigned as cen- Sound aud Seattle next week on bust or in a bunch, some fresh, all goal n*v*l- milker», must reduce herd. Apply at The Portland board of water commis- tral girl and her place will lie till«*«! Aug ness. once to J. W. Townsend. Troutdale, Or egon. Phone, Farmers' 288. (-) sioners have a surveying crew locating 1 by Miss Essie Crenshaw, The car <*oin|«ny i* pushing the work a route for the proposed new pipe line The Mt. Hood electric company is of being in the line up to new require DRESSMAKING or general sewing from Builrun. I putting in a private telephone line be- ments <>f the grade on Hibbard street wanted to do, at home if desired baseball team tween Portland aud Bull Run, using I Gresham's amateiir I Laura Harvey. Gresham Phone 164 ¡31 expect to play at Seaside Sunday. the old Pacific States poles. The line ' FOUND—Pair of note glasses near W. O. Cathey made the editor a will soon be completed. Free Methodist Church. Owner may have same by calling at Herald office . friendly call on Thur*.lay. Mrs. L. C. Farmer of Portland visited and paying for this ad (31 Jay Lewis of Portland is visiting old her cousin, Miss Mayme Hoss, on Sun day. FOR SALE— A car of draft and friends at Gresham driving horses, all well broken, gentle. J. W. Shattuck ami wife, Mary, Carl Mr*. Geo. Howe is spending a few Call at farm eight miles east of Port and John, went on Sunday to Welch's in Vancouver visiting days this week land on Section lihe road Phone :: To Spend tbe her husband’s mother, Mrs. A. I ,. camp for a few weeks. Scott41. Wm. Nagel. (-» H. E. Davis and family went on Mon BEE HERE—Get your wagon or bug Howe. gy tires set with the latent u|>-to-date A. J. Krider of Spokane is visiting day to Welch's. appliances at J. H. Latham’s ahop, his mother, Mrs. Mary Cleveland. Ed Walter, son of John Brown of Rock Troutdale» Oregon. Price is also a guest. wood, fell Saturday nigh',' dislocating GEO. F. BARRINGER. H. E. Lewis was unable to attend hie left elbow. Notary Public, Buys ami sells Real the county fair meeting at Gresham Chas. O. Merrill is engineer on No. Estate. ’ Loans Money, etc. 131 Base Thursday on account of the illness of 112 on the O. W. P. Line Road, Montavilla, Ore. Mrs. Lewis, hut he proposes to be on Chas. Merrill, wife, Ethel and late A SNAP — 35 Acres, 30 acres in high hand with a big exhibit. went Wednesday for a two weeks' out state of cultivation, 1 mile from good On Thursday evening auto No. 24-4 ing to Welch's. railroad town. Price $1500. Address frightened the horse owned by E. J. A. O. Bornstedt, Sandy, Ore. R. H. Childers and brother ami Sabin Graden, and it being tied to a tele For »lab and block wood, or gas saw phone pole in front of Iatrson's harness Alexander went early this week on a fishing trip in the mountains. call np W. R. Moser, phone Tabor 553. shop, eaeape was impossible. The an Mr. and Mra. D. W. Metxger spent a PAGE WOVEN WIRE FENCE. imal broke the left shaft and the bridle Guaranteed. Chas. Cleveland, agent, bit. Only that it was tied with a suf few days at Seaside early this week. Mrs. F. L. Rugg ami dauglithr were Gresham, Ore.____________________ ficiently strong rope, more serious pleasant callers at this office Wednesday. LOST — Between the Reservoir and damage might have been experienced. Gresham. 1 Jersey heifer, solid color, The matter of adjusting tin- damage Mrs. Ethel Millerof Wilbur, Oregon, small white spot on flank. ”C” brand was taken up by the owner of the is spending a few weeks with her sister, on right hip. very dim : alsmt 14 mo* Mrs. Hester Lawrence. old. Chas. Cleveland, Gresham. Ore ¡It horse. This ia only another example calling forth action governing the Jas. Lawrence returned on Wednes CAMPING PRIVILEGES, with wissl speed limit and responsibility of autos day from Seaside. and water, at Seaside, Ore.. $5 month. and their drivers. Miss Grace Lawrence is attending Address Mrs. Mary Leslie, Seaside, Ore. ___ _________ (33 That goats' milk is g<*xl for weak in the Holmes Normal this summer and FOR BALE — Lease on 26-acre tract fants, is being proved on H. W. Coo expects to teach in the fall. adjoining Gresham. 22 acres in late ley’s farm a few miles east of Gresham. C. W. Doane left Thursday for Kent Burliank potatoes, in fine condition .Mrs. Cooley’s sister, Mrs. E. R. Coch Lease expires Man'll, lists«. Investigate ran of Condon, Or., came alsiut one to take charge of a large threshing out fit for Raymond A Co. of Portland. at once. A. Henrikson, Gresham, RED month ago to the alsive farm, bringing 3, box 11. (31 Harry Collins left for eastern Oregon her sick baby. Mr. Cooley has a herd this week. WANTED—130-pound horse. Must of goats and the baby has been fed on be sound and well broke. L. A. Davis. goats’ milk with the result that it is H. B. Huxley is kept very busy these Gresham, Route 2. box «7. (31 getting well and has gained three having several jobs of painting on pounds. i hand. He has recently made Chas. J. W. Brundage of Portland was iT1 ^'eland’s houses on Main street look ^444044*0*0**0*0**«« THE Good Cooking is only accomplished through the use of Good Groceries OUR PAST REPUTATION for fuir dealing is sufflcient to warrant you in buying of the HONEST GROCER Katharine addition is selling rapidly and there is a good demand for building 1 lots. A great deal of building ia going on in the north villa. j. The city ia Mating the new, 12-ineh main on Broad street All is ready for the connection and it is expected it will ' be in use sihui . Home initiations are on the program for the next Artisans meeting. e . M c C aslin , ••The Central Store” Rev. W W Shuler died Sunday. July 21, al his residence, KM Misner street. He was a retired Methodist minister and had ls*en ill for some time Miss Ida Shuler and Mi* 4 lien Ben- *>iu, sister» of the <I ucm *<*I, slaru«l Monday with the renmlns to Radcliffe. Iowa, where services were held last Sunday. Mr Shuler was a flue man and faiorably known Miss Shuler w ill return to Montai ilia A memorial service will be held at Montavilla on her return lav ills, is quit«* disabled with rheuma Drtmlkxi Home lor Juvcflttc (wt tism. A two-story detention home fur the A party nt young folks are planning Juvenile Court will I* tmllt in the neat to apend this evening al The flaks. all wveka al Montavilla The work will - to«»-------- I* done by the county for the Juvenile Court, and the improvement will coat Moan-Murrsy Nuptials (roiu lll.tiai b> tl.'uai n,r bulldina M um Ella Murray and K !’ Hloan will la> ready tor <«vu|>ancy by the end were married at* the home <»( Mr. of the year, and will provkle accomoda- Hbmn'a bn»ther, J. H. Sloan, mi Sunday» Ilona (or all the ward, of the eoort with July 3S, at ail p m., Rev. Harold rural surroundings, clean Itume com- The first da*« meeting of the pupils • HnTg otlleiating torts ami with Liatraetors ami guide» of Mr* Merts wa* held Saturday after- M um Murray wan formerly a real« mam, July 27, at the homo of the teach debt of Montavilla. recently of Mill i for the cldldrvn a Ini have Imen unlucky er on Misner street. These mcetiiigs fit). Ore Mr Sloan i« an enterpria- «■iiough to nilas the home surrounlnga will occur every two weeks to study ing young hu«me«« man of Montavilla, and have lieeii left to grow without any wales and bravura playing. Following and at |»rv«ent i« in |aarinenilii|» uith , |<arti«-ular lie««I t«> their haliiteur liiture. i - People's Prrsa lathe program rendenal: (a) Child'» l> MeMillan, the confectioner llay—Rehr; (b) A Simple Story- Amb Kd. Auapach wa» brat tuan and Mi»» Hulisa'rilier» asking for change of ad- er— Waunita Kolb, (a) Dream Fairy— ' Mary Murray, aiater of the bride, acted j dress will please give former address Scwboeek; The Chase — Riirgnwiller— an bridesmaid. I as wejj as present one Ruth Johnson. Mehsly Kohler—Jean The d«vorati«me were moat appropri* ette Rigdon, (al Mama’s Walts—Rose ate, tNineieting of a large bt*ll «u«|*rn<l- wig; (b) Under the Christmas Tree— ad from the naan with d«*<M»rated mpr. His Own Ides. I>ormg—lallie Olmtii; Child's Ihuice- feaUMMM of gre« n and Hower«. Little Ted Brown was a strenuous Kohler—L>rena Paulson. Juvenile The bride waa beautiful in white lad and bad formed the out uuusual Mehsly—Kohler—Ada Strange, (aj La. Japenem* «ilk and the grotMu «*« habit of kicking aud thumping hla play Babillardi—Rurginuller; (b) la Styr- tin* mm '* I in conventional I »lack mates. ieti no— Ru rgm uller— Flat her Johnson. One day his mother found him not The imiltMl gue«tM numb red AL 1 A tire broke out on Rocky Rutte last tine wolding dinner wmm served. The ouly kicking ami pounding oue «if bl* frleuda, but eveu spitting on him Tuesday night and considerable damage prem'iita were numenm« and imet a|»~ Hbe waa dumfuuuiled at thia and, wa* done tn J N Hartley's place, which pn»priate. taking Tsd lute the bouse, said to him: i* at the liaae of the butte. He lost aev- : Th«* young <i»uplr were heartily rhar- Ted. I don’t know what to make of era! acres of grain. It ia thought that ivariad during the evening an«l they you I thluk the ite.ll baa got Into the Are started from s|iarks from an tl have taken up their In »me, which is in your bead aud taught you thia kicklug RAN. engine. and striking and »i>Ktlug " the Kioan A Metamer bl«<*k. Ted. gvttlug mure Indignant every -------- » —-i Th«* regular monthly meeting of th«* secoml, looked up al hla mother ami Improvement Hoard will la- held next Mullnooidh Pioaeef Ihodsed aaUI Monday evening at the office of secre "Well, the devil may have taught iue Mr. Margaret Shcplwnl. widow of tary t>. E Carter, and a lull attendance the lai«* <*. L Hh.'ph<*nl, died at her the kicklug aud striking, but this here 1« desired. home oil ths Columbia Hlougli ami spitting la iny owu ktea!**- Lippincott's Mrs. Crecraft's lialiy ia very sick Sandy roada Tuesday night Hlw ia Ids Lewis. Mr». Dan Sullivan and daughter* deeply regretted by a wide circle of A catlaaU wss cs|>elsed lu INA* usar are *|iending a lew weeks at Lmg friend* in Portland and the vicinity Ulne Rock llgbtbouse. Newport. K I . Beach. of her late home, where »lie had lived ami tour young limi were left slrug gllng lu Uie «-old wavee of a ciMppy Mr*. A. li. Lmg ami daughter Mil for »to* pa»l 34 years. Mrs Hls-phenl wa* horn in 4thio In ses Keetier 1-ewla was nut al boote, dred <>t Portland are visiting Mrs I,. J IKI4. ami came to Portland in IK7o. aud bla elck wlfe coukl do uothlug. Tolls She was married to C I, Hhephenl in bui tbelr daugbter Ida. Iwelve yeara I., J. Tolh in ft|wn«linx nomr tiayn at old. rowml out In a amali boat and IMO. She ia survived by two daugh (’mm Bay <>n tmainewi. aaved ttie uieu. Durtug thè osai tblr- ter» ly yeare alio reecue<! ulne otbers et va- The attendance at lodge meeting« la The funeral was held in Portland rloue tluioa Iter Work waa «Ione wltb i«nid to tttlTer them* u arm evening«, and yeatenlny and the interment waa in out aeelslani'e aud stiowed aklll aud noine new liainmoclt« are thought to I m * Riverview cemetery endurance fuUy oqual tu ber *eat the reason. coorti ge. •------- -------------- — Sila* Abbott, an old resident oi .Mon- Bargains in the ' Herahl Want Ada.’* • • UverybiMly Enjoy» ! Home Cooking £ Cherry Trees Place your orders now ; ' > I have for sale 3UOO one - year i [ Cherry trees, , ; Binqs, Royal Anns, Lamberts. : i ; <> ' 1 , ' Trees are well grown, ch an and straight. I do my ow n budding from liearing tree». Price on ap- plication. i . ' < H FREE BOROUGH. Ssariu lurtery, • Kinsel st., MONTAVILLA. OR ] FAREWELL TO PASTOR (Continuel from First |«ge.) •vening to those who attended from the Pleasant Home Haptist Church, Gresh am M. E. Church, Gresham Free Meth odist church, Gresham German church and many friends. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. McCulluck were Miss Ijiura Cottrell lias returned from Long Beach and will spend the remain- doing business in Portland on Wadnes- der of her vacation with her grandpa day. rents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Regner. Mrs. D. M. Roberts and niece were W. fl. Karr is building a new house visiting at the old home farm of the for- ; mer's parents near Troutdale last Tues for O. Palmer at Boring. day. Al Hart, wife and baby returned Mon W. 11. Mathison, the retired tner- * day night from Roseburg, where Mr. Hart has a ranch in the Linking Glass chant, and his family, of (leone, were seen on the streets of Gresham Tues.lay valley. evening. Mrs. Maggie Ulm and Samuel T. Miss Inex Lasted spent Saturday and Crow were married in Portland at the home of Wm. Hausman on Saturday 1 Sunday in Portland visiting friends. Summer -IS • • ‘ J : • Montdvillds New Hotel • : • THE BEST PLACE IN OREGON Gresham Thursday looking for a vacant 1 e new' house. If he succeeds in finding one . J**- Goodfellow recently received he proposes moving his family here 1 'I’xit*' an injury while at his work, caus- j ing him rime inconvenience, hut lie is and go into the meat business. ! on duty as ever. Hia shop has been E. P. Smith of the Eastwood nur series presented the Herald office with given quite a modern appearance by the addition of new machinery. three ripe plums last Thursday. They Mite Ella Merrill will take a »hort were very large and splendid speci business course in Portland. men« of early fruit. MONTAVILiJt. OREGON End of car line. The pla«v t<> timi it in at • Muffili» ami riMjnm hv «lay, wwk J or iiuuitli K b II kmm as . • AT Fad •(tar Ha«. HibUtirfM , MeatavilU • J • • • •eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee I). H. PERKINS Iii th»» “llvart <>f tlu*(’aM-afl«*«,*'at an vl«*vati«»n <*f 1W) feet, mirrounded by iM’Mt flahinji and hunting groundM in Htate. to Mt I*. <>., «torr aiMl every «*unvt*nfence on ground«. Dealer in SLAB WOOD (Uaoitne Saw - I ull Meaaure ofiii r, iXr lllliiMir<1 ■! MAaTiwi« 11 aar ch.m. TaborMMIAVILLA, ORE IL B. DICKINSON Attorney - at - Law, Notary Public . . . orrira :iu7 <‘4»mm«rrial hi «I m . «'or. 3nd and Waghlngl’n Ht I'om.AMb I'honr Pan. |»V| R mim Ila ivaatM M cmtavi I s U M | hninr vvrnlnga. DR. J. E. JEWELL Treat* all dini'am** without drugs by Improved metlimla, by imelical elec tricity ami physical methmia, hy giene. 416 Hilihard Nt. Mo«rr»vii.i.A, (las. : R. C. Williams à Co. : • : START EROM WEIXTI’M FOR MT. HOOD Summer Cottages. Free Camping Privileges. Plenty of Everything the Market affords. Reached by automobile from Portland in five hours, by car from Portland to Boring, by stage from Boring via Sandy to Welch’s over one of the finest scenic routes in the West. NEW AND SECOND-HAND * FURNITURE • K Nhailea, Go-carta, etc. We make • a specialty of packing Furniture • a for shipment. Hntiafaction guar- • , anteed. Your patronage solici tod. • • III Has«* Line road. M ontavii . i . a * • • ••••••••••••••••••• THEO. ROY 3411 llihbartl Street Would like to figure on your PLUMBING AND GAS III TNG For RaU-s, Rerervations, ami other information, write to Conatlpattoa Kern & Wern, WELCH’S, OREGON. For consti|Mition there ia nothing quite ao nice as Chamlierlain'a Klomach and Liver Tableta. They alwaya prmluce a pleasant movement of tl.e liowels with out any disagreeaHe effect. Price, 25 cents. Sample« free. All dealers. Subscribe for The Herald.