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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 9, 1907)
1 to spend the remainder of the summer
Farmers, I want your Fruit
Will furnish boles and |«y the following |>rk< ., SPOT CAbHl
A large ouinlier of friends of Mr. and
Mrs. L. <1. latraon attended Mrs. Lar
son's funeral last Thursday aftornrrun
at 2 o'clock In tbs Evangelical church
Hev. Mr. Houle of Plsrsant View coir-
ductul the services.
Mrs. I arson
pass«»I away at her home al Handy
bridge here last Wednesday, after sever
al dava' Illness. Deteaae<l was Irorn In
Three links, Mich., I sc IM, IHHO. Hire
was married to L P. larson Octolier 2,
IMVr, at Hanlrurn. Minn. Mrs. 1 arson
ia survived by her husband, one daugh
ter, Alible Jane, els years old, aud Ben
jamin, lour years old, Mr. larson is
employed in tlis store ut F. E. and L.
A. Harlow and hue many friends who
sympalblu wilii him in bis luu.
Italian Prunes, Ic a pound
Peach Plum», Ic a pound
Tame Blackberries, 4c a pound
Must lie In gissi shape for «lilpiiienl.
Will lake ally amount.
Call me up hy phone or write at once.
Mr. Clutterliam and bis mother have
gone to the beach for a few days’ stay.
Mrs. Lana Baumann of Portland was
a guest of Mrs. H. H. Ixigan on Nuirday.
You ought to investigate the insurance company
you are about to join, just as much as you would
investigate the deed to a piece ol property you
were about to buy. II you lose by fire you want
your money, and want it very quick.
Kay Mcxrre viailtal in Bridal Veil on
B. Wallace has returne«l to Troutdale
after aeveral days' sojourn.
Everything we have is open to your inspection.
Ihe oily rilldbk Insurant c uxnpdny Is
lhe Oregon Fire Relief Association of McMinnville
OREGON, known by almost every man, woman and child in On-gon
For furl her information for prompt attention in case of Insurance or
luea, call on, plmna or write to
J ohn B rown , Agt., R ockwood , Ore. . Phone Grenham 168
Flour, Feed, and Groceries
AT LOWEST PoHKIIil.E PRICES
If we haven't what you want
we will get it tor you , . .
We are Prepared
SPIXfALTY Of HORSESHOEING.
I OR TIRE Sf lTlNG, INCLUDING PATENT TIRE COOLER.
Jas. H. Latham,
(Continued from page < I
Gilbert llauglum is in a Portland hos
pital, a here be recently li*d an <>|wr-
ation performed on hie leg.
Th« dance in Hankus* hall Saturday 1
night was well attended.
I«o. Path of George visited Kelso Sat
R. E. Jarl went to Portland on busi-
George Marogey is going to log for M.
L. II. Vincent of Portland,en rout«* to
Welch's camp, visil«*d al the home of
Ridiert Jonsrud Sunday.
C. J. Simlall went to Portland Sunday
l.ittl« Waltor Brown feil from the
fence Ilie other day and diaUs-aled hit
arm at Ilie elbow.
Exeter Qulsrnberry Las gone back I«
work in tlie city.
W. Cliilders and wife aro ehtertaln-
ing Ida brotber and family of eaatern
Report saya Volney Quinn will leave
a<M >ii for Frisco.
Miss Jsseie Taylor spent last Bunday
with her parenta.
The little l«by of Ray K ul man was
The chain pion trout catch of tbe sea
Mrs. Alma llall and daughter, Miss
Susie, and grandson Lawrence have re son was mads by Roy Bod ley and bis
turned from several days' stay at Sea friend from Lenta the other day. They
brought back 225 from the region of the
11. II IVtkina of Hurlburt visited his south fork of Salmon river, and they
daughter, Mrs. O. A. Jackaon, Monday. were all fine, large Deli. When one’s
t«sket is ctwek-a-bloek full and con
1». <>. Dunbar and wife of Portland
tains only thirty-five fish they must be
have been visiting relalivsw.
Ing ones even if the *suket is very
Mrs. Nellie Hunter has been quite ill small.
Such was the case with Roy
ifodley's basket while fishing.
F. I.. Borderflwld’s new resilience on
Four automobiles were here at
the Sandy road, west of town, is near liotel Sunday, having made the
There have lawn several deals io
eelate in this locality, the most import
ant being Hie sale of 11. Herman’s farm
If. II Perkins of Carley, Wash., came
near the loll gate at 115 per acre.
down Wednesday of last week, partly
on larsineM and party on a visit to old
friends and relatives. Hr leaves for his
homestead on Monday.
Miss Mau,I Mitchell has lieen on the
Itrv. Geo. Heughton was calling on
friends in this vicinity last Sunday.
Mrs. W<Mt*ll ami her »¡»tor, Mias Ag
The ehler is still hale and hearty, and ia
looking forward to twenty years more ue» Hweet, are tenting on Mrs. Leslie's
of useful life.
Mr. Kinney returned Thursday from
Mr. ami Mrs. Will Parsons callal at
I. . Dunae has gone to British Colum
Springhill farm last Saturday evening. a busiueas trip to Gresham.
bia tor aeveral days’ stay.
Ed. Me'xger, who cut Ida fingers lie-
J. II. Fitzgerald went to Fairview last
Fred Pelton of Portland s|ient Sunday
fore leaving Gresham, ia now able to
with liis mother, Mrs. Amanda Pelton. Sunday to see his parents.
use bis hand.
Profi-Mor I love of Portland gave a free
Fred Zimmerman ami wife left Satur
Wm. Wood ami family ami Miss Roy
day evening for Lamar, Waah., where
are spending a few weeks here.
ohqty last Saturday evening to a full
they expect to remain fur acme time.
house at Hurlburt hall.
Mrs. G. N. Reynolds baa returned
Jim Pounder says that work is pro
Why They Wished to Prolong Life.
from a lew «lays' visit with her daugh
gressing finely or, the new road to Cor
It 1» curious to note the Inadequacy
ter, Mrs. Jette at <'ham|xa-g.
bett. lie has a full crew of mm at of the objects tor which men would
II. A. Richardson ami family s|wnl
work ami ex|*ects to complete Ida con- •eeru to wlati to prolong their days.
Sunday al K.taca«ia.
tract inside of !>> days. The price to be Collingwood, as his epitaph informs
Mrs. Atone ami Mias I lav id son left for
us. "a pious, just and exemplary man.”
paid by the county cost is $4,7145.
would bars liked to have had another
their home in Kt. Jm-, Missouri, Tues
blow at the French. Lord Peterbor
day after aeveral days' visit with Mrs.
Stone's son. They will stop off al Ta lhe Rev. Geo. F. Hougliton, formerly of ough. Pope's contemporary, desired to
lira In order "to give that rascal (Bish
coma. Sp«ikaiie ami Denver for a viait New York, that a decision in the court
of chancery has been rendered by which op Burnet i the lie In half his history"
as aspiration of which he proved
he is entitle«! to £50,000 sterling as an
Bert lloyt ami wife, Mrs. Frank Ban
the slm-erlty by carrying with him the
heir to an estate in London, Eng.
volumes, carefully marked, when, al
nerman ami children a|a-nt Sunday in
ready believed to be dying, be went to
Lisbon And Bentloy, making up hla
Mias Margaret Stafiuni. daughter of
mind to reach the age of eighty and no
Mrs. E. A. StaClonl of Melrose, and
The many frienas of Mrs. Jean I«r- further, observed that “It was an age
William Kaneol Portlaud were married sen were very worry to hear of her death, long enough to read everything worth
in Portland last Saturday. They have and the liereaved family have the syui- reading "- London Standard.
gone up on Puget sound for a trip. psthy of the entire neighborhood.
Miss Stafford is well known here ami
The luiuae in which the family of 8.
Tbere la a sweet girl in Washington
I im many friends,«who wish them a
Hwigart lived was completely destroyed with a moot saintly patience, but even
happy journey togeuier. Mr. and Mrs.
by fire last week.
Very little of U m she could not resist the temptation re
Kane will reehle in Porllaml.
houselmld goods was saved. The fatliei cently to let fly a little arrow. He was
was away and the mollier was washing about ninet«>en. but weary, oh, very
at the spring quite a distance from the weary! He bad made a call of perhaps
house when tbe children raisid th« two hours, and she also was beginning
to feel some slight fatigue.
alarm. Win. Ilenkle and James Rich
“I uever get over a thing, you know,"
ey respomhai, but it was too nearly de
be said sadly. “I really never exp«*«rt to
stroyed to save much. The people foi care for a woman again I made a fool
miles around have generously respond of myself over one once."
Oslrarn Bros of Portland have pur-
ed to tbe call lor help for tbe family
"And you never get over anything?
cLasnl from the Portland Trust com
Too badr she said sympathetically.
with six smalt children.
pany ami M. Iluldiard »1 IC-atlle 70
And he smok«-«l a whole box of ciga
Mias Mary Seidl ia in Troutdale learn
aero« of land situate«! west <>( Fairview
rettes thinking It over afterward.
on the line of the O. R. A N. On tliis
Mrs. Wm. Hurt is very sick.
properly is a large spring of waler cap-
aide of supplying a large town. Osburn
Mrs. Mary Storm >nd Mrs. Myrtle ••••••••••••••••••••••••••
Broa. pro|H«c to utilise thia water sup Daniels were Fairview visitors Sunday.
ply, also to improve the grounds, mak
Mrs, E. Richey of Sellwood visited
BMI ■•! t«-< <! sil tbe y^fiPT. »..><-! w int»*r
ing them a natural |«rk.
her son, Jas. Kich«>y, Saturday and •
: PASTURAGE :
The Mason Construction company
have arrived here with several carloads
of machinery, liors««* and men and will
commence work on the Mt Hood rail
The company have rented the
Axtell Ituilding and will put in a stock
of mert-hainliae. Archie Mason of the
Ma*>n Const r mt ion companv expect«
' tn bring his tamily here to live ami i«
> looking for a houac to purvliasc.
lor lhe FARMER.
• I I
W. I*. Ready will bold a public Halt
VAalrh I Ida
f«»r «lai«' al <irr*ham a
will tir hi <«q*ahatu olire rat b a I • Fred (I. Conley. (Ircsham. Ore.
one and on«*-half aero tracts of land
Yuur a»H * *anih»rtL |la*»«-» a
K«wt Mu11lit>ttiMh and I'Ui kaina* Co.
Nal I ■ (art hm gnaranlrptt
from the 40-acre tract recently pur-
eseseeeeeeeeseeeeeeeseeees ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦e chased from II, H. Stone, aitualed in
DR. B. J. MILLS
everyone to keep their seats, but one
Miss Roes Is now vieiting relatives in young lady jumped cut and was severely
injury about the lower limbs. The in
Miss Christine John of Portland vis jury was only temporary, Ixiwever, and
she has gone home nearly well.
ited friends lhe first of lhe Week,
Genuine Removal Sale
pasturage. Shelter. < all ou or write
l-bune Main 22
SEC DON UNE
The Angelo family, including their
■laughter .May and her husband, left for
the mountains this week. The Ream
family also left on Saturday morning
for the Tollgate. The Newcombe fam
ily arc also mountain visitors, making
quite an exodus of our local folk.
Make it a point to attend WELCH’S
Cedan ilk Junction and Troutdale
Guests at Bueklev Grove the past
week were: The Rober family of Port
10 » 11 1* 2 21 t M « » I K
land, Mias E. B. Gilman of Montavilla, Bruner
i-i mi ai m si am
the south part of town, adjoining the
io ® « N : a « te • «a s si
the Wamelins, the Carpenters, the Arns Bam* Line
h- 11 II K 1 12 i u i u i a
Portland railway company’s car line.
pigers, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis of Russell- Fairview
pnwlraltsl by llie heal Tuesday of last Saturday, Aug. 17, is the «late set (or
vile and M. Kronenberg and wife.
K. H-U Bld
week, but ia much lielter now.
the «ale. Sp«*cial cars will run to ac-
Mrs. J. Moll and children spent
George ('«ithrell, our genial mail car
Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Buckley.
rier, is away on a vacation. Mrs. Lola land.
Spath is driving the mail wagon.
F. Pitcher, wife and child of Colwell,
Tniut.lslr ' l»> 10 ■>' 11 SS 2 SS 4
Keady Sid » <« 10 ■« 12 S> 2 SI «
D. L. Herring expects Ida brother Idaho, have lieen in Fairview, the guests
10 IM 12 IS 2 SI 4
Henry from Missouri in alsuit three of t’.-Shepanl and wife. The Pitcher'«
« m lo m 12 M 2 N 4
Everyone seems to be enjoying a goo<l CurtU
12 12 12 2 12 4
uro old friends of 8he|«rd'e.
time here in the hills regardless of the Bax- Line ,S 14 10 1« 12 14 2 1« 4
12 IS 2 IS 4
John lt> il>i tin in of Amity is a|iending
fact that it has been quite warm for Ced'villeJ S IS 10 IS 12 1» 2 IS 4
a few days with Rockwtiod friends this cher were schoolniat««. The Pitcher's several days. More attention is being
are looking for a farm and may locate
(mid to ¡«thing now than anything else,
Quite a nmnlier of llirkwmd people
and a wandering fisherman is liable to Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
The choir of Smith Memorial church, stumble on to butburs along almost any
are going to th«* Imp fidila next mouth.
Diarrhoea Remedy. Better Than
under the direction of Mrs. A. L. Stone, stream,
will give a concert in lhe church Friday
E«l. Slerel and Dr. Short were hen-
"Throe years ago we had three doc
evening, Aug. lfi, prorveds to be applied
on a hunting trip, but caught nothing, tors with our little boy an«l everything I
to repairing the church. Everyone is
W. I'. Moore lias built a new addition
unless it be a mountain appetite. Some that they could do seemed in vain. At 1
to his store.
wag has suggestdl that the reason they last, when all hope seemeii to be gone, ■
The Indies Aid society of Smith Me got no venison was tliat the deer smelt we Isgan using Chamberlain’s Colic.
Miss Ruth Crawford of Portland has
morial church will hold an all day the gasoline on their clothes and so Cholera and Iharrhoea Remedy, and in
lieen «|s-nding her vacation at her home
meeting in Mr. Scott's grove on Thurs de|«rt«.il to regions unknown.
In Pleasant Valley.
a few hours he began to improve. To
day. The ladies will lie employed in
Four of a party of mountain climbers day he ia as healthy a child as parents .
Misses Elsie and Allie Moore have r««-
at Mt. llood were lost the other day. could wish for.”—Mrs. B. J. Johnson.
tirv<l from the stage and are «iwnding
W. A. Townsend and wif«> have as They were Mr. and Mrs. Robinson, Miss Union, Mias. For sale by all druggists
their vacation at home.
guests Dr. F. Vincent and w ife ami Ar-I Shieldsand Miss Cavenaugh. Mr. and
Mrs. Ida Hamilton has Is-eri m-riously
thur Blatten, wife and son, all of Salt Mrs. Robinson were lost only for an :
ill with tonsililis.
MAD AN AWFUL TIME
Inke City, Utah.
Mrs. Vincent ami hour or so, but the young ladies were
F. A. Baumann is slowly recovering Mrs. Townsend are sisters.
out all night and till tbe next noon be But Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
from his injuries.
II. Russell and wife of Portland arc fore they were found. They are all
Diarrhoea Remedy Cured Him
Miss Parker gave a taffy pull for her spending some time here as guests of A. right, however, and none the worse for
•‘It is with pleasure that I give you
little friends Saturday night.
: M. Anderson ami wife.
the experience they have hail.
this unsolicite«l testimonial. About a
Henry Rosa and wife returned Friday
While returning with a wagon )««d of year ago when I had a severe ease of
(live former addrvaa as well as pres from several days’ visit at Tacoma, climbers the other day Mr. Wrenn's measles I got caught out in a hard rain
ent one w hen asking to have The Her Wash.,Jheir granddaughter, Miss Jose team Iwx-atue entangletl with a log that and the measles settled in my stomach
ald changed to new |siat<ifliee.
phine Ross, accom|>anying them home , had fallen into the road. He called for , and trowels. I had an awiul time and
Men’s $25 and $30 Suits, Sale Price $19.75
Sale Price 14.75
Men’s $20.00 Suits,
Men’s 15.00 Suits,
Men’s 10.00 Suits,
JOHN B. STETSON $4 HAT,
THE LEE $3 HAT,
THE SPHINX $2.50 HAT,
THE BEST $2 HAT,
Boys’ $4.50 and $5 Suits, Sale Price $3.65
Sale Price 2.95
Boys’ $4.00 Suits,
Boys, 3.50 Suits,
Sale Price 2.45
Sale Price 1.65
Boys’ 2.50 Suits,
Sale Price 1.45
Boys’ 2.00 Suits,
H iwt riflrt
■ rill it
The American Clothier
221-223 Morrison St..
N.-W. cor. first St
WELCH MOVES to fourth and Wàshington streets about Sept. I
had it not been for the use oi Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera an«l Diarrhoea
Remedy I could not possibly have lived
but a few hours longer, but thanks to
this remedy I am now strong and well.
I have written the above through sim
ple gratitude, and I shall always speak
a good word for this remedy.”—Sam H.
Gwin, Concord, Ga.
For sale by all
Harlow, Bläser & Harlow,
ARE NOW AT HOME IN THE MASONIC BUILDING
and have on sale a large variety ol NEW GOODS oí every description, as oí old,
WE DEAL IN EVERYTHING YOU WANT TO BUY OR SELL.