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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 9, 1907)
wav, their advertising will coat the aaao- both dava. The ladies hava planned an
ciation very little, if anything, aud lb* auction »ale on Wednaeday. Anung
work will Lie effectually done.
thè miniater« expected are Reverenda
Livery Rigs by day or trip
Transportation of Baggage or Familie»
C. J Kenhard, ami C. A. Tolin ol Port
land, II. E Kydquisl <4 Aitarla and B
"hi Faith, la Hope, In Charity, and with H«teUty.”
(1000 Of 1HI ORIMR.
Phone Orders Promptly Attended to
S Nyalrom, thè pastor. All «Ito are
Or. A. Thonqiaon should Iw a mem- iiilereated are invitati.
Conducted by E. L. Thorpe.
tier <4 the grange. He has the true
beri McRride. mothet and aialer,
Publicity Given to Coming Fair by Portland Papers—Good Hull meetings these dav«, Ult just visitsd in Greaham Sumlay.
Alberi Sedig went lo thè Hot Spring»
Words from Others—Officials ol Association.
a few day» ago.
Call it The Furrow—Trail» »IV tre
John Sleret waa in Puwell Valtoy Sal
Gresham grange i* to be congratulated
Following ate the directors, fifteen in . quently convertot into furrows.
upon its successful effort* to intereat the num tier:
Mr». Mart. Krouinberg, chairman of
people of Multnomah in a county fair.
J. F. Roberta, Greaham, K. F. D. No. the committee on art ami iiiuaic, haa a
Such an inatitution ba» lieen mentioned 3, master Giesham grange.
brilliant opportunity to make two at
here before, and a meeting was held
E. J. Spooner, Ix-uls, member of Ev tractive features of the fair.
Mr Martin went tat Portland last
three yean ago which authoris'd the ening Star grange.
The boys of the Grwahatn l>aml will Friday Ui buy a cream »eparator.
formation of a »tock company, but it
Mrs. K<*«a M. Littlepage. 1 at «wire lie I* forgiven their unmeiodioua |w>r(orm-
Janie« Elli« aud hi» brother Han»
waa not backed bv the grange and the Falls, R. F. D. No. 1, master of Colum- ances when alone if they will get in Ellis are cutting wood from W in
scheme failed for lack of enthuaiasni, tiia grange.
readiness for Oct. IS.
MEETS 9:30car irom PORTLAND, arriving at BORING 10:35 a. in.,
Thi« time it ia different—everybody to
John Sleret, Gresham, R. F. D. No.
F Rix is getting « flag pole reiuly
making connection at SANDY with stage for SALMON and
interested and ready to do anything 2, master of Multnomah grange.
fur the sehoulluium*.
that a granger would dare to do to give
Arthur F. Miller. Portland, Sellwood ahow
W here young marri.sl roupies are yaaln«
Mr lieu Kuieriem i* making a bug
ua a permanent county fair. The infer station, master of Lents grange.
Al batH-i ol pre,*o»lerous rise.
ence ia plain—the grange has taken liie
Fred H. Crane, Cleone, R. F. D, No. 1 The l*.iy the children is pniUlii«
LEAVES SANDY at 12:30 noon, connecting with car leaving BORING
Amt hope* with • smile In her rye«.
I'oluinbia grange met in regular «aa-
I, master of Rta-kwixal grange.
for PORTLAND at 2:05 p. m.
aion Saturday, with a fairly good at
»» H *
Mrs. Carrie Townsend, Troutdale,
tendance. It wa» decided to hold a
It is cheering to note liow the great R. F. D. No. 1, master of Fairview
special meeting next Saturday eve
Portland dailies have endorsed our pro- grange.
ning, when a class of l& will be initi
poae«l fair ami carnival. Ixist Saturday - Harry A. Start, Portland. Woodlawn
the Journal gave it a splendid e«iitori*l station, master «4 Wo«idlawn grange.
endorsement and has written to a mem
H. W. Snashall, Gresham, R. F. D.
Th«« Woodmen of the World gave a
ber of the publicity committee for full No. 4, master of Pleasant Valley grange. ;
s»w*ial and ice cream eupper in the
reports for its news columns. The Tele
John Welbis, MontaviUa, master of.
grange hall on Friday evening, a large
gram is not behind in the prais«* it is Russellville grange.
Carl Kellar. aivoni|ianied by his aunt. crowd being present.
bestowing upon tiie enterprise and
Charles Cleveland, Gresham, K. F. D. ' Mrs. Tilltoon, lias gone to the hot was spent in dancing
work on the Sandy bridge in order to
prints everything concerning our fair N.. 1.
make it »(rung enough for the large
V. Salauian and eon Frits apent a
Mrs. Fred Woatell ami Windle l.us- st ram «hovel ami oilier heavy machin
that its correspondents can get. The
H. E. IAtvia, Gresham, R. F. D. No. 3. , Charlie Palmblad and Emanuel land couple of days in Portlaud last week.
Oregonian bad a full report of our pre
ted attended the funeral of Mm. Fran ery to |> um over.
Louis Dechmaii, Gresham, K. F. D. i enjoyed Saturday evening at the Oska.
Mr. and Mrs. Beagle and children
liminary meeting tue next morning, the No. I.
ces Phelps Bannerman al Bullrun Wed
Mi*« Margaret Tlioarest in Mailing
Miss Ellen Nordstrom viaited her are viaiting at Rosa's. Their little son,
local reporter having been previously
nesday of last week.
R. Wilson, Gresham, R. F. D. N«x 3.
Mr«. Ilan« Koch.
aunt. Mrs. Norblom, laat Sunday.
who was injured at Gresham the
instructe*! to sen«l in at least tUX* words
B. J. Goff of Portland was seen up
Fourth, ia improving
A crowd of young folk« went for *
Mr. Lnasfolk is on the sick list.
It will be one of our best friends anil | Applications for concessions of vari
thia way Sumlay as usual. Misa Jeanie
drive up to the llullrun country Sunday.
A Woodard spent Sunday at home Francis of Greehaiii waa
John Palmblad made a business trip
wilt contain full reports of every hap ous kinds have already b«>giin to cvuie
also a guest of
with hia family.
Ml«« l<la lladford i« home <m a viait.
pening connected with our enterprise. in to the secretary. All appli«-ants have to Portland last Monday.
the Lusted« Sumlay.
utna tun mui* tio irhi win
With such loyal allies a« the Portland been referred to the b««ard <4 directors
W. Kingston of Portland spent Sun
The young people's society of the
Mr. ami Mrs. Jack ol Pleasant lluine
dailies the fair ami carnival cannot fail at their next meeting. Monday after- Lutheran church had a meeting Sun day at Deaver’s.
lou Un Sdtc Monty
»pent Sunday with Mr. and Mr». Geo.
to be a suceeas.
Mrs. W. Hicks is visiting at Gray's Lusted.
j noon, Aug. 12. From the indications day night which was well attended.
by »ti>im*ribhig tlinoigb II kavkk H tat «
«» H H
there will he no lack of amusements ami A very good program was rendered, Harbor for a week
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Woatell ami their
Nor are words of praise lacking from entertainments “Furrow.” Side shows consisting of songs, recitations and read
ili rv ì» U h » li»t.
Mrs Chas. Salsman calle«! at Ander niece, Mies Olive Luatert, visited Mr.
an we liave to m*n»l ca»li in advance for
those higher up in our order. Mr». of all kinds will lie there as well as ex ings.
WoeteU’s «later. Mm. Orland Zeek.
nil oiitMÙlc HulaM’rii»titu»n, wr niuirt auk
Mary 8. Howarvi, secretary of the Ore- hibits.
Restaurants ami refreshment
The ladies Mission society of the
Mrs. J Crowston of Springdale is
V»i| to klntll) M h-l • l billig tvllillUliir
Mr. and Mr«. Frank Clark of Powell
The eiglit-year old daughter of J. M with
gon State grange, writes as follows to booths will be plentiful, and it is a sure l.utlierai> church met at the home <4 8. making her home al Hick'«.
Valley were gueata at the home of her Kehrea was instantly killed by the sc-
The Gate Keeper, endorsing the project: thing that the people will be on hand to M. Steffanson last Monday with a good
Will Knieriem and wife vi»it«-d at aunt and unde, Mr ami Mra. Geo. I.ue- . «Mental diarhargw ol « gun in the hands
"I am in hearty sympathy with anv patronise them. Many of the Portland attendance. Rev. B. 8« Nystrom gave
i of her brother lint Thursday. The lie-
movement for the co-operation of the business houses that seek the farmers' a very interesting talk on missions. Bellrood’a Sunday
Walter Lusted, who has spent a reeved family have the entire sympathy WKKKI.Y
patrons and the common farmers in patronage will have imiividual exhibits Coffee and cake were served under the
month's vacation at home, went to 8po ol tha community.
I» M attd bl'MiU OHKUOM AN
advertising the agricultural produela of worthy of a larger fair than our first trees.
kane last week, where lie will again re
any locality in our state; also, for any one will be, and it is certain that all
»» Ml W KKKI.V JOI RM AL
Proctor's new mill is in operation.
The Young I.adies Sewing circle will
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other industrial interest, and especially the available space at command will be meet at the home of Mrs. Wilson on
N. P. Gleason war in Portland on sume his duties with ttie Weatern
Oleson's mill is shut down for repair» DAILY «tul Ht’XIHY J o I RX a I.
along lines tending toward educational utilised. The only regret is that the August 17 at one o'clock.
They will alao put in a donkey.
advancement. If our order stands for time is so short in which to make prep
Mr. Bauuibergi-r of Portland «old hi« Rmlford, Ixmny Radford ami Tom Lau-
INH LT MX JOI KNAI (Motiihlyi
! Jonirud brother« are putting in a new TIIK M 1(00!. ANU ll< (M». (M thly
Frank Steffason is the proud owner
anvthing that uplifts both materially arations.
farm in thia vicinity to the O. R. A N. derback act-om|«nied him and will take
ThU prier I« for Urllvrry I»» mall
of a new two-seated canopy top buggy.
and intellectually, and I have long
may I»»- m » i »I
company, consideration 12400.
(l'oiitiiim«l on |*age A.)
thought we were not aggressive enough,
Alliert Fox was aeen in our midst
The promotion and publicity com- ■
everything successfully done is by ad mittee, elected by the board of direc- j have been visiting relatives in Battle I Sunday.
vertising—and I believe a good w ay to tors, consists of Timothy Brownhill, | Ground, Wash.
Mr. Heuston of l.atourell Falla waa
there is nothing quite
N. E. Donahoe has erected a new
acquaint the public with what we are editor of The Bt*aver State Herald; L., Lillie Johnson hail a birthday partv
calling on friend« Sunday.
»<> nice as Chamlx-rlaui'a Stornarli and CARLSON
barn on his place.
doing is to hold fairs, ami the larger H. Wells, Hast Side reporter for The last Sumlay. \ host of little friends
Fred C. Reed waa in Portland Mon
these exhibits and the more enthusi •Oregonian and E. L. Thorpe, secretary came to celebrate her tenth birthday.
Eugene Demore and family, recently
Undertakers and Imbataers
astic our members, the greater the re- of the association and correspondent of Games were played, refreshments day for repair« for hia boat.
from Colorado, has purvhiued the John pleasant movement of tl.e ta.wela with
pitie »lmb ni ri i IB ne «ntl furnUhln»«
Victor Nutley, who has lieen running Canada place where they ezpeet to out any disagreeableeffect. Pries*, li'» IL «rwe
hirHieh. tl If d. »Irrel
The Oregonian from Eastern Multno served and a delightful time is reported.
< nil« pmmplly •lt« n>|i<l
make their future borne.
«» «« e»
Mrs. C. Johnson and daughter Mil
mah. To them i« intrusted the work oi
Pacific company at Cape Horn, re
Stillman Andrews has purchased a
The officers of the Multnomah fair advertising the fair and carnival. Their , dred spent Saturday and Sunday visit
line new mowing machine.
long experience in paper work fits them I ing friends in Portland.
and carnival are as follows:
Miss Ethel Smith, who haa lieen do
The annual mission convention of the
President—J. J. Johnson, Commercial for their duties, and it will be well
Moves have been made in thia vicin
building, Portland, master of Mult- done. Besides their newspaper work, Swedish Lutheran will commence Mon ing stenographic work at Aberdeen, ity toward opening the Hudson road.
which will be mainly confined to news day, Aug. IV. at H p. m., in the Lutheran
nomab county Pomona.
Let the good work go on.
Mr». Ostran of Portland waa looking
Secretary—E. L. Tborpe, R. F. D. items, they now have several plans church and continuing over Wednesday.
The Mt. lliaal and Eastern railroad
Xo. 1, Gresham. Past master of Kock- aliead which cannot fail to be of benefit It will lie held in William Peterson's after her residence property recently.
coni|>aiiy have been doing considerable
as their work will be gratis and their grove on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Mine Mell Smith of Spokane, Wash.,
Treasurer—First State bank, Gresham. promotion plans will pay their own Dinner will be served in the grove arrived Sunday for a abort viait with
her parent«, Mr. and Mra. Fred Smith.
Chria I-a Valley apent Sunday with
Homurpatbic Physician and Surgeon
(fails «ttrndr<l day or night.
Erneat Zilm «pant Sumlav at hie nffii f phone, Main 12 Ken phon». Main ’J
Ofll.r, over »(uart’i »lor» Main Mlrrrl. real-
home near Springdale.
dear». Main »trrrl. near Third, GKKMHAM
Mi«a Eva Reed waa a pleasant visitor
at Ferndale place Monday.
W. If. Chapin of the firm of Chapin
A Harlow was looking over salable prop
erty here Mom lay.
NOW ON AT
....... TO __________ ».
The Gate Keeper
When Goiny to the Mountdins Take
Stable’s Stage Line
Morgan & Donahue, Props.
Combination Subscription Rates
C. H. ATWOOD, M. D.
The GUESSING CONTEST
THE DOUGLASS STORE
Will Close October 1st
HALF-GALLON MASON JAR has been filled with an assort
ment of wire nails in sizes from a shingle nail to a 20 penny. The
one guessing closest to the exact number of nails in the jar will receive
A BABY GRAND JUVENILE PIANO
The second and third nearest guesses will also receive prizes in proportion.
A DOLLAR PurcEiase Entitles You to a Ticket on
TO OUR MANY PATRONS AND SOME WHO ARE NOT
-Ilf E HAVE THE GOODS and RIGHT PRICES. If you don’t believe it ask the Sandy
’’ woman customer who bought one dozen wrappers for herself and relatives. Don’t wait
until you have to buy the cloth by the yard over the counter and then have to spend time
and work making. BUY NOW then you can rest in your hammock and count up the bargains
you have received in the past at The DOUGLASS STORE.
Brand New Assortment of
We carry any quantity of sugar and
MASON’S 55c, 65c, 85c.
Best Cotton Thread at 5c per spool.
[. M. DOUGLASS,
J. M. Short, M. D.
S. P. Bittner. M. D
Harlow iHughun has returned home.
Miss Arletha Cannon ami Miss IJzxie
Hunter were r.-cently visiting relatives
in Oregon City.
Bob Larson has l»>ught the butcher
Albert Quay purchased a new horse
and buggy recently.
Mark McKinnie of Salem visited at
the home of Mrs. Cannon last week.
Mr. Nolton’s sister, Mrs. Morris, lias
returnej to Seattle.
Mr. an<l Mrs. Markell are visiting
their «on, W. E. Markell, and wife.
Charlie l»e Haven is spending a few
dav« at Seaside.
Mr. and Mr«. W. E. Markell and hia
father an<l mother spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mr«. Manary.
Arthur Hyatt, Jim Taylor, Max
Barach, Arthur Bridge and Alfred Win-
che have returned from a trip to the
Frank Townsend is visiting friends
and relative» in St John«.
Mr. Miller ami family are enjoying a
vacation in the mountain«.
George Quay of St. John« visited rel
atives here last week.
Irene Ilotigla»« burned her foot quite
badly a few days ago.
Mrs. Walter Shriner of Kelso visited
at the home of 1. N. L. Hhriner laut
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Quay went to
Portland Tuesday on business.
Albert VanFlect ha« gone to St. John«,
Wash., where he expects to stay about
Alvah I-ouderUack «|«nt Sumlay at
Forrest llaworth ami Ernest layman
are going on a trip to the mountains
B-ona Collin« is visiting her grand
parents, Mr. ami Mm. Otis.
Alice and F<lith Hale have retllrnral
home from Portland, where they have
lieen visiting their aunt.
Roy McClung of Boring, while shoot
ing a pistol on Mr. Roork'a land, waa
accuserl of shooting a neigldior's hog
anil bail the pleasure of paying for it,
bntnot of ah<«,ting it.
SELL YOUR CREAM
Damascus Creamery Co
DR. H. H. UTT
Butter-fat, f. o. b. Boring, 25c. Prices subject to
change. Wagon will call. Write for particulars to
< >rej¿< >n
J. G. McElroy,
PHYSICIAN_ _ A’JL-SL'RGEOB
DAMASCUS CREAMERY COMPANY
Call« Praaigtly attradri ta.
0«nr al Saady Haiti.
Attorney - at - Law,
Notary Public . . .
Ht * . P
»» villa Avenue, M oitt a villa . At
I> U r U K
Attorney at Law
737 Chamber of Commerce
Phone Main 3.W
P obti . axi », O bboon
6rt$kaa Lodgt No. 125,1. 0. 0. F„
— <»F EVERY DESl'RIPTION —
Everything from a Fork Handle to a Rake or a Mower la carried by
7FFK , - the Pleasant Home Blacksmith
who also does All Kind« of Machine and Repair Work at lowest Prices.
Horseshoeing my specially.
See me for Vehicles. Machinery. Etc
PLEASANT HOME. ORE.
Sandy Stage and Livery
Meets every Haturday night in Odd Fel
NEWTON ORR, ¡;
low«'Hall. J. G. Metzger, N.G.; D.
M. Roberta, Hecretary.
meets 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of each
month. All visiting brothers specially
Kandy for lloring
....fl: 30 a m. ¡ ;
inviteil to attend.
...2:00 p III. < >
Boring for Handy.
n W Clover Camp No 3IH. Gresh- !! A'
...8:3» a. ni. < i
am, meets in Regner a Hall
... 4:42 p. •••- : :
on 2d and 4th Mondays at H p. m. J. N.
At Handy makre connections with Salmon mail «tage. Also makes con- Ü
Clanahan, C. C.; L. P. Manning, Clerk. o
for Aschoff » and meets first car at B-tring.
Visiting Woodmen We'come.
WHY GO TO PORTLAND
When you can nave money by buying of
*1 A •» O
Hava- Removed to
OPRMIITK TUB FOBTomCB
Branch Store 211 Second Street
We handle anything in It e line of
Wagons, Buggies, Farming Implements, Harness
Moline and Peter Schutler Wagons, Acme
Harvesting Machinery, etc.
Wherr they will I h > pleawed to «re all
their old ctMkNMn and many new one».
Porn. asp , O b .
Give uh a call and l>e convinced.