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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 6, 1907)
The Gate Keeper
"I" I’alth, III Hop«, In Charity, and with Fidelity.*•
W. II Godfrey ami Miss Winifrsd Koake th« insects bad setll«il ull ever liar head
of Oregon City have hern spending tlm and nack. liar screams of pain and
week with their friends, Mr and Mrs fright coul I l<e heard for a long dis
A II. Edward«. During this tim« they I tance. Iler father*« effort« in trying to
bark several delightful drives In thia vi- ; gat hi. daughter away from the place
clnity, visiting friend» at Kelso, Pow«ll , reanlted in having the insects turn on
Valley ami Gresham. Miss Bowman him, «tinging his arms and neck ter
ami Mina Itoakr were teacbera in the ribly. The baby's grandmother also
Coltrall « brail last year. Mrs G<»ifr«y, ha.1 her left arm stung. Tire child’s
|>rinci|«al of th« Barclay High school ut head and neck were one mans of lump«
Oregon City, 1» much plaaawl with this, ami crimson patches, ami long stingers
h«r first visit to thia part ol th«country. were taken from the injured parts of
We have two preaching service» each her body.
Humlay at tl>« Cottrell Baptist church,
also Hunday ach«»d al 10 a. >n., ami
Christian Eml«avor at 7 p. m.
Krol Hamilton sold hi« potato crop to
Mr. Hlmrril, our imw minister, has parties in Portland for II HO per hun
deci'lrd to hold cottage prayer meet dred and aacka furniahml.
ing each week, which are very interest
Joe Ankers, who has been working
ing ami well attended
for B. P Reynold« for the part year,
E. J. Williams, who has b«-en spend has left for England to visit his parent«,
ing his vacation at Mt llusl hunting
foe Mendall waa a visitor al the Reyn
ami fishing, returned last Thursday with old« ranch Sunday.
a vetiiaun, which was enj>>yn«l by hi»
Dave Either allot 15 ducks Sunday.
He baa Mr. Hamilton'« place rented
Tlm new addition to Frank Beers' new again tliia year.
house is almost coin|>l«U*l, which is a
Mrs. H. Wools it recovering from a
big improvement to our town.
revere illness ami ia now able to around
I«ee and Jeaa Radford, John Dickson a little. Her daughter-in-law, Mr» O.
ami Wallace Ball, who have been em Wood», ia »laying with tier a few day».
ployed by the Mt. II<»»1 A Ea»t<-rn
Mr». B. P. Reynold» ami Mr». Ed-
Railway Co., have »ev« r«*l their con- !
warda are spending a few daya at Hen-
rmctioii with that coni|muy.
aide. They are e«|»-cted home Hunday.
Jim Jones has purcha»«*l tlm Hyde
Mr. Henderson »old 15 ton» of oat» to
pro|»'Hy ami exisi’t« to move in son,
Mr. Hwmik of Portland for shipment
direct to San Francisco.
Work on tlm Mt Hood »pur. which
conimcla with the O. it. A N at tills
point, ba» lieguii jn rarneat, and a large*
Selling the Farm—An Allegory in Simple Bulli J of Luving fore« <it limn and teams ar« at work
grading. Th» large ware hoove la*ing
the Old Homestead.
built by tlm Mt Hood company i* near-
ly completed. The building measures
W Ellison is now «hipping troni SKA)
We ar<< growing ol<l together, wife, we're gelling ohl ami gray
to 511) casts of Italian pruno* daily to
t walking doa n lite aisle of life m here love ha« l«*l th« way ;
Kansas slid N«l>ra»ka
We've earned a rest from all our work ami we'll take it now, st last,
For I've sold tlm old furm out, wife, our work ami toil are past
it li. Hcott left on Tuesday lor hm
Anyone can make big claims on paper.
I've aold II to tiro««« limn (rmt town, ami what «an Im tlm harm'*
Angeles, Cui., where he will Spend the
You don’t have to take our word for it.
Tlmy'vc paid ll«e many a dollar, wile, and now they own the farm.
winter in college,
and look at our goods and prices, and
Mias ('alia Hrelin will go uu Thur»-
“WE DO THE REST.”
I'liey'll lav off ait “u I l it m,“ wife, llmy'll »«di tlm old (arm out,
And I'll sell tl>«> > ows ami hor»««a ami we'll »•»• tlm world about.
Jack l.uwlmr ami wile returned on
We've llv«*l Imr«1 llltv year» now wifr, sill«'« w>< eame aero«» tlm plains
Humlay from a th re«- months' trip to
I've s«ilil it to tlm moimyeil nu n and we II live what lite remains
Hwilaerland, where they visite«l their
'Mill th«' e'tmmei«*«* of the ellv, wher«* Hal can go to sch«»il,
ol«l home. They also visit**! relatives
Ami John grow up a u*elul man, and ti'*l a country fool.
FOX is a pusher from way back. We’ve got the
ill tlm eastern cities. Tlmir children,
goods, they’re all paid for and the price is the thing
wlm have been s|>emliiig tlm summer
I've thought the thing all over, w lie, for many ami many a day ;
with tlmir gramlfatlmr at Fulloir, also
I've Ihoiighl it in tlm meadow» then*, among the tlowrrs slid hay,
return«»! with tlmir parent»
Till I'te thought lb«* mailer over anj I've M'lll«*d in luy mit»l
Mrs. Archie Mason ami
That we can liv«' an easier tile Ilian w««ver hope«l to find;
were in Fairview Monday.
For tlm »peculation (« ver has eauglit the peopl«, all,
»01» may local«' in Eairview.
Ami I've »««Id the «tear old farm, m.iil«« r. What makes these tear-drop« fall?
Erunk Ellison ami «laughter of Hood
River visited his brother, W. Ellioon,
On the basis o! thorough comparison we are very
They say that land is rl»lng, an I that what was give' away
ami wife on Humlay.
to have our offerings placed alongside those of
To you ami me when »•* cam«' here's worth llmusaiuls now. t<> lay.
Born to Willard Cook ami w ifc on
LUS It DS
any other seller in field.
An<l tin* litiiiii'iiti fi.| wr
from I nrle Sitin'* domain
Aug. IMllii, a sou. .
Rev. J. H. Wood and wife are visit
11 it* brought un hum a hun*ln*<l
on m H wr
Miss < Hive I.n»t«-d made a flying trip
Misses lj«iia and Lillian Gimler of
ing their »on at Astoria.
For tha rtiilrou lM tlmt arc running like I m 'II n m*roM« tha land
to Anderson Monday.
¡«ent« viaiteil friends Imre the first of
I'll bring trn thousand I«» <*\<*ry una that camv in our amall Band.
Tire social given by the Christian
the way of a party was given by Mrs. Endeavor society Saturday night waa a
C Balmer, who lias ha«l charge of the
Arnold Km-gg at her home on Tlnirwlay decided suceeaa. The talented Snow
Si I’vr Mild tha hom««Nt<*ad, ni«»tli«*r. tu tha mail aith notra and gold
l.iiwher farm «luring their absence, ro
of last week. It was call«*l a “thimble family waa present and afforded an
In Endless Profusion
▲ lid thr Shr|ilH*td Unit li i* watrhrd un , i*rr Hr draw* un I«* th»* (ol*l,
lurue«l witli his family to Fulton ti..
|»irty" ami each guest was requested to excellent feature in the program.
W ill h*t un liv»» mm hih< nt r» Nt, l«»r otir work <>i Ilia's I mmmi l»ur*l.
Ural of the week.
Mrs. Sam Strebin ia on the tick list.
bring Imr thimble and som>- kind of
An«l aftrr m H <>nr t *il aih I < «r»*, llr'll giv»* u* our r«*Maid ;
l> II. Jenkins ami'aniily, Mr». C. E. sewing. Tlm «lay was spent in sewing
<ii\t* in» th»* vi iirN that, >«-l on earth, Iwlong to un and Him
Cree ami children ami Mi»» Ethel lles- am! refreshments were serve«l at ten
And N|mr«* H in chaatrning haml Mini fill our joy*« cup to th«* rim.
lin have gone to lmle|«emience to pick cents a plate, the proceed« of which
(Too late tor la»l week.)
were given to the Cottrell Baptist
Burk tedder A Gebhart have enough
Miss Altha CoojH'r ha» returned to church. About forty lad it*» were pres
But <*r«» wv leave the <4«l hrm, wife, l»*l’« go it o’er »»nee more
An»l viwil all th«* N4«*mm m <* love, llir orcbanl, th*l»l th«* door
| Hood River after a two week»'visit at ent ami all ex press«*I themselves as of their machinery in to run now. The
cook. Mr». Vail, was quite sick for sev
the home of Rev. C E. Crandall.
I >i y«mder h»»v« l wh«*rr the Mife <»( a nation** martyr live*,
having »(«ent a very pleasant day.
eral weeks and went to Portland, but is
Wlioar «'loNiifg yeiiin at«* free from Maul on what th»* nation give*.
A. Kroimiil«erg and wife entertained
Tlm following were gmwts at the home back ami improving.
Khr «»it I imn eh«*rre«l un in »»ur gu«*( am) apoka a killdiv word;
Mr. Kronenlwrg'a brother ami wife of ol Mr. and Mrs. George I.naled Sunday:
Frank Knieriem and Butler are (tut
Nhe prayed beside **ur dying child—a prayer the father heard.
Jen lie on Humlay.
Mi»» Inez Lualed, Mi«u< Jeasie Francis,
ting in the mill (or Burkholder & Geb
A. W. Zimmerman of the Dalles vis B. J. Goff, M. Long, W. If. Woodard hardt.
and Mr. and Mrs. Bonien.
it«»! his family here over Humlay.
We'll walk »town th»’ meadow*, too, am! By th«* babbling rill
Mrs. Bulav has tteen in Portland for
Mi»» Elva Arulre. has been visiting
When* the in«»»«)' bank and ro**ky bed are he|*| in memory null.
J. It Fletcher an«l wife of Ht. John»
a visit to her sister.
Ami by tin* barnyard witli ita gate, and, where, juat o'er the rail
| vieite«l at the home of J. P. lleslin and her friend. Miss Agnes Jai-k»<m of Port-
Mrs. V. Gebhardt has been quite 111,
<hir m*ighlw»r ■ mui num Mary Jam* and watch**d her till th«* ¡»ail—
I family tlm first of the week.
but is now improving.
And l«»*»k her from un t»> hi* borne* we gave the row , loo, then,
Lee Hhaw lias move«! bis family to I Mies Margaret Tborst of Tacoma,
F. Etling, our popular [tostman, is
WE ALSO BUY YOUR BUTTER, EGGS, ETC.
\ M«slding prcM*iit from ua bulb w»»’II dream it o’er again.
Rowena, where they will reside in tlm i who has been visiting at the home of
• Mr. and Mrs. Hana Cook for Home time, having a vacation and Win. Metzger is
driving the mail wagon.
Mias Ruth Jackson has return«*! from was given a party last week. Quite a
Ami err we leave the old farm, wife, we’ll go a little way
G. Burkholder is home and working
Phone Farmers 281
j number of the young folks from Cot
To yonder maple n« it atandr»* it« I«* mv »* n arc ml ami gray
A« th«* autumn fioala have linge»l them, have change»! them from their green. ' summer.
i an<! all s|ient a very enjoyable time.
Why send your work elsewhere when
Ami «catt«*rrd them U|n»n the inouml whete th«* ahadowa love to Iran—
Mias Marjory Dustin of Arleta has
Mr. and Mrs. Walderner Fredrickson we can do it for you here just a» cheap
Th»* mound we built for little Joe, when hr left for th«* angvla* care—
. IsM'ii visiting (riemls here.
\ of Portland were recent callers at tlm , and just as well or better?
I've half forgotten how th»* year* have |»AMNvd him Nli*»*ping there
James Anderson »|<ent Hunday at bis
\ home of Geo. larsted and wife. Mrs. j
home here. He lias a ptmition as ruotor-
Fredrickaou waa Miss Olive Lusted'»
TO DO YOUR
And l»v the brook we'll wamhr, wife—throne that turn* th«* wheel
former music teacher.
Light A Power Co's cars.
Ami churn* the cream l«> gol<l«*n lump*, ami grind* the Hour and meal.
Mr. Kellar of Gresham has put in a
Mrs. E. J. Snow has been spending a
We wat« hr«! it turn it* laiy round*, wr'vr waile*l many year*
telephone for the Mason Construction
few days with friends Imre.
To |>art with it fotrv« r. wife, ami now mir |»artin^ tear*
coni|>aiiy, which is located at Sandy
Hhall help t<> *wrl| the running stream tha’ turn* it with it* H< mn |.
Mrs. W. T. Hc.itt entertain«*! the lai- bridge.
SPECtALTY OF HORSESHOEING.
UP-TO-DATE APPLIANCE •
<> ui tcMiN will make am»thvr dr«»p to c»»ur*r thr earth’« pah* blood.
dies society ‘»I the Smith Memorial
FOR TIRE SETTING, INCLUDING PATENT TIRE COOLER.
The l.u»t«*l grade having Iteen luolly
church on Thursday afternoon.
Robertlne give« what «vary woman
’ <mt up by the heavy wagons of the Mt.
moat desires—< perfect complexion.
Mias Susie Hall is able to la-out again Iltxsl railway company passing over it,
|ty it* l«niik we watrbi*d the l»vr«»n aw In* *talk»*»l amid th»* rrrd*
It bring* that soft, smooth, fresh,
a crew of men is at work graveling the
clear tint to tha cheek that denotes
Ami plm k,*d th»* tallrtt of them all I»» »line upon it* Nrrd*;
youthfulness. It will bring beauty
fait Moore ami wife will move intu road, ami it will be better than ever.
Ami »lien the night »had«**, falling, wife, ha<l warm'd him to In* re«t.
to those who lack it; It will retain
the |l. S. Slone cottage on tlm Shepard
We maw him *rrk a «air retreat ami lav U| nui hi* brraat
Mr*. E. F. Andre and children have
it for those who already possess It;
Hi* long, flat lull, and cloNe hi* rye*, hi* winga ala»nt him *|>r»*ad
all been sick with the muni)«. Mrs. 1 it will enable you to successfully
combat the ravages of weather and
.A* he r» • iii « n | t«> *hiv«*r in the wind that breathed from «>vvrhea»l.
T. R. Howitt will occupy the bonne Andre and «laughter Elva have fully re-
time. Don’t doubt—don’t argue. Just
vacated l>y Mr. and Mrs Moore.
I cnvereil, but the two boys, Glenn SU'!
Your druggist will
W. J. Wirtz, Propr.
Mrs. A. R. Crump and children have Earl, are still unable to l>e out.
<1ve you a free sample, ▲11 drug*
And tin* o'.«l trail o’rr thr mountain, thrr*’, that lr«l up tn th«» place
Bv*t of feed all the year. Good winter
gists keep Rubertlna.
II* h *I River,
day. First-el«»» »ervlee. V.u«i
jmslurage. Shelter, Call ou or write
Where tin* r«* I man rani|»nl in years ag«mr, and wrarml th«» palr viiin race;
after ro-versl days' visit with Mra. E. A.
Whrmr thr cliirftain** daughter cainr t«> un with nn olive branch in haml,
• J. L. HICKUN. Phone Maili 22
And warned ua of «>ur danger—the midnight w hiMip ami braml
A host of friends gave Mrs. Bottleeon
A. M Amlerson ia having hi» l«rn on
It* upward *h>|w* still whoe* th« re the chieftain’* di*mal tread,
a surprise on Saturday, her birthday
Subscribe for The Herald.
Read the want ads on («age K.
Ilia place in the west part of town paint
Though Im * gone 1» yornl the |«irtals w liere Iris guilty spirit tl«*L
lielicious refrv»hinent.» were served and
a fine time was rejiorted.
Mrs. A. T. Axtell and grandaughter.
Mr». Fred W< m »I mid children arrivol
'Twas cruel, vet it s»v«*l us, the shot that <li«l its |«rt—
F.dilh McKillip, are expected home
I aiiiivsl it lor the right then, wife, (lie twill that pi«'re«*l hi» lieart,
home last Humlay from a visit with
from Seaside soon.
relatives at New!>erg.
It saved me «ml my darlriiga, mid it suu*l the settlers, all,
Mi«» Grace Wilcox will move here
But the n*l iinrn’s b««ni« sir «larkcne<l alien I »ent that fatal ball.
Mr. ami Mrs. Enmnuel Anderson en
this week, preparatory to opening school
I've prayed Gad to forgive me, since, the tieacht'rous part I plavi*l.
tertained Mr. and Mrs. Gust Larson
here next Monday. Sept. V. Mias I antra
For memory haunts inc still the look the grief <■( that «lark maiii.
an«l Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Lindgren at
I.uce of Forest Grove will again have
37c a doz
dinner last Hunday.
charge of the primary <le|>artinent.
32c a doz.
Only a few around here left for the
Hut a trui «' to »»<1 refiectmiis, now, for we leav«* llie farm t<»lay ;
We're going 'mill lb«' din of life where »ml thoughts fly awnv.
The Powell sch«x>l will open Monday, '
We ll liiil farewell to «'very »• « lie. we'll turn ii|»>u them now,
And reach la'vuml for lighter toil less sweat lipin our brow.
We'll say goad bye a lau-kward glanc«* «sigh « tear-drop here,
— ALL KINDS —
An«l glailly weleoiu«' to our lives the «lav of brighter cheer.
SIC I ION UNt
( uii»lurl«*«l by H. |. Thorps«
Talk is Cheap
The Price Counts
School Supplies, Tablets,
Agency for Exchange of School
Groceries and Provisions,
Dry Goods, Shoes,
Hardware, Etc. ’
We are Prepared
Jas. H. Latham,
: PASTURAGE :
Special Sale on Jelly Glasses i S
|. G. McElroy,
Call« Prsmplly aitrndcd I«.
Oilier at Sandy Hotel.
J. M. Short, M. D
S. P. Bittner. M. D
Ph vsiiisnn-Snr geena
W A W Clover Camp No. 316. G resli
”* * * am, meets in Regner'» Hall
L> K N
on 2d ami It li Mondava at 6 p. in. .1 N.
I. P. Manning, Clerk
Visiting Wruslmen We crime.
T 1 M T
Mrs. Fr«*l Ra<lfor«l and family, Mrs.
E.J. Swank ami daughters, Mr. and
Mra. Inlow, Mary Bowen and Mrs
Cline startl'd for the hop fields Satur
Mrs. Mathews and Miss Newton will
open school Hept. 16.
E. E. Beers' sister anti family of Port
land spent Humlay with him.
Miss May Bowen ia ill at her Imine
Homer Williams, who is employe«! a*
I the Robb lumber camp,, cut his hail
Tuesday, while at work.
Bertie Cline ia ill with the mnintrs.
Miss liorcas lledin will open school at
| Kelso, Sept. 1».
< )regon 1
Miss Alnia Howman of HilYshoro, Mra.
Ho a long farewell to this «tear «|»it; we'll coni«' again some «lay,
Ami drop a tear of foml regret, for the acenes will fmle away
That we have lov«*l t<> linger near, have larrieil with »o long,
Itut th«' hiun'of life will sootlie us, in the city, with its song.
G«al iielp us Io renienilmr, there, the wealth Ilia aid Im» won,
An«l by Ilia tender love ami strength, we II pray, “Thy will lie done.”
Evriaaa L. Tin >KI*K.
SANDY BARBER SHOP
B. Holman on tlm Taylorville avenue I
road ia putting up a coxy bungalow.
Rov Buckley retiirne«] from eastern
Oregon Friday. Tlm alkali ~water of
that region left him wiser ami thinner.
W. Jellewav and wife of The Dalles
were guests of the Carpenters Tu«*»«lay,
where they raise wheat in large quanti-1
ties for the Portland markets.
Mr. Arnspiger mid Mr. Buckley were
gnesls at an “at home" at the residence
of U. Ralier of Portland last Friday.
James Dixon lost a tine driving horse
lately. It fell dead front (right at an
Little Catherine Carpenter was at-1
tavk«»! by Is*'« in a terrible manner on«'
day last week. While out in the fiel«!»
with her father the child steppe<i into a
nest of these pests, in a second's time
Stationery, Notions, Etc.
Be sure to fit out the children in good
shape for school. It will pay.
“The Kind Mother
Used to Make.”
I ull Supply of Children's School Shoes, also Women’s and Men’s Shoes
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.
Harlow, Blaser & Harlow,
No time to write ads. Come and see our new stock and get our prices.