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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 22, 1907)
A Prize Puzzle
Clark. Hardin wa, recently a business
J. W. Eson was in Portland last week
visitor in TrouUlale.
attending the ('Lurch I'»tension and
O L, K A N I N <} H
Mr,. J. N. Mssterton and son law- Home Missionary meeting.
rvnee called on tlie "Cougar” family re
Mr«. A J. Kitzmiller and son Walter
Find the Hidden Lady and You’ll be well rewarded
cently, .pending a plea.ant evening.
visited at Bull Kun for a few days re
Mi,« Etta Taylor visited the Aim, cently.
Peter lleia of Orient, a prominent
raixxil on Monday.
There was a very interesting rosi!
farmer living on the Handy Bluff road, is
meeting at Itover Haturday night.
among the latest «billions to the Her
Mr». McClure of Cniversify Park i»
ald family. Mr. lleia has made quite a of goat, this fall. He now baa about
visiting in Itover for a lew days.
success in the goat and sheep business . 174 goat«,
Meveral children from Kelly'« aawinill
He lisa rrcamtly added a full-blooded
Angora billy goat and a thoroughbred are attending school at Aim, thia term
Shropshire ram to his flocks.
Dan Hardin waa presented with a line
Frank Beers ha« erected a small col-
Frit» Htoker and wile of Gresham pony and new saddle, the gift of his tage, U> lie occupied by potato digger«.
Mr. Beers ha« 1H acres in |«>tat<>ea this
were in Handy last Friday.
Mr. amt Mrs. Geo. Bornstedt were
Clifford Hnieder ha« engaged a party
recently attending to business affair« at
of Japs to dig hi« four and one-half acre«
There wa> a large attendance at the of potatoes.
Jaw Clialker, erstwhile mayor, post •ale in the Lutheran church last Satur
A vs-iable will lie held at No. 2. ball,
master and lot al editor of ( berry ville is day evening. The proceed« amounted Haturday, Novemls-r 23.
now settica) at Handy, where lie anal hia to thirty-live dollar«.
The Cottrell Hunday school is pre|,ar-
wife am! young «on are enjoying the
PlRI’.i l|o\'s I* imt the other Indy in thi« picture ami aecur«« a prise.
C. A. Lindell, wife and daughters, ol
a Christmas program, and intern)
comforts of a cosy little cottage recently Portland, «pent Sunday with It. Juiisrud
I rac<* oiithm*« with u heavy h*ad item’ll, cut this out, place In envrl<>|«e,
having a Christina» tree a!»o till, year.
erecteal for them on the Handy lami and family.
eiicloau «lamp for reply ami mail to addrenN Iwlow.
A large audience was present at the
company's addition to Kandy. Mr.
YOU SHOULD KNOW OCR NATIONAL SONGS.
Young People’s meeting at the Cottrell
Clialker is las king after the interest« of
Baptist church last Sunday evening.
l«i every imtikhi vending correct volution to thia pur.il* we will give,
A E. Lindsey of the firm of Bornstedt '
It. C. Herring han been marketing Tbe meeting was followed by a stirring
al>N«>hil«*l\ free, a music Imok, nicely bound, containing AO of the old
sermon by the pastor.
favorite Xational vongv, only on«« copy to each person with the word*
his apples recently.
W. V. Itaslgen and W. J. Wirt», who
and muvic; alrni many other vahmhl«« prixrw, FREE. Winners will lie
Tbe regular busineaa and covenant
are doing business under the name of
promptly notilled by mail.
meeting of the Pleasant Honie Baptist
the Handy Furniture coni|mny, are ¡Hit ■pendmg a lew day« in Portland this
church was well attended on the after
ting in a nice line ol furniture.
II Tracy and E. Ileiple have just noon of Saturday, Novemlier Id.
Timothy Brownhill, editor ol the Bea
Rev. B. C. Cook of Portland and Rev.
•hipped «ome fine hog« to Portland.
ver Stale lieraid, accompanied by W.
H, C. Hberrill of Cottrell visited tlie pris
‘•THE HOUSE OP HIGHEST QUALITY”
A. Taylor, an expert photographer of
oners at Oregon City, who await trial
leading Piano, Organ »ml Talking Machine Dealers.
Port lami, was doing business in Handy at Wasco alter a visit with relative« for the Hindu murder. Their trial is
.IS.t W ASHING I ON STREI T, COH. OF PARK, PORTLAND, ORE. I last Friday anal Satura lay.
set for March.
The Oregon City saloon question was
Store, Kvirywhire—California to Alssks.
Mrs. Matthews, principal of the Cot
brought up for iliscuraion at the Eagle
The Herald's recent subscribers.
trell school, visited her home folk, in i
x a M i :
Creek grange meeting last Saturday.
A large uumber ail invitasi friend« anal
Portland last Saturday.
relatives attended the wedding cere
Mr,. Killin, who ha« been under the
mony in which Thomas Frana i» McCabe
doctor'« care in Portland, intends re
ami Miss Amanda Kuhn were made
Tin* Dull Run naurnill han abut down turning to her home this week.
man ami wife. Tlie wadding occurred
(B. S. II.)
Tlie primary grades of the Cottrell ■
a short time to enable tbe donkey
Wednesday alternatoti at the home of
school held a writing contest last Weal-
Hie briale's parents, Mr. ami Mrs. Noah engine to get log* ahead.
Mm. Bacon of Orient visited her xons, newlav afternoon. Some of tlie amal- >
Kuhn, near Handy. The young people
and Frank, here the past week. ler children did »»me extra good writing.
are well am! favorably known, and are
Madge Bowen was the happy winner.
< • rand pa Hyatt of Orient ia visiting
leader, in saxiial circle« in this commu
Mra. Richard Radford and «on Floyd
: relative« at Bull Kun tbia week.
visited friends and relative, at Bridal j
Kern and Wren, lessor« of the Welch
Mrs. Leete ba« returned home from
Veil last week.
summer resort, have dissolved ¡>artner- Portland where «hr viaited irteinIti and
“In f aith, In Hope, In Charily, and with Fidelity."
Lucile Hwank ha« returned home from
sliip, C. W. Kern continuing the busi relatives.
the Good Samaritan hospital much im- I
ness of the concern alone.
Ace Smith baa found hia ■tray horses
Watch th« Gat««.
Evening Star Grange will hold a eon»-
Thoms« Collinge, tlie genial stage at last.
lM'tilive Ural d« gree drill at their hall oil
Th«* grange la growing by leupa and
Mr». B. F. Ilarl of Saudi
waahingluii*« birthday, February 22.
Miea Gertrude Maupin baa returned
I mmiih I m In many «talc«. Large clanae«
I'oiiiona <«range no-riM with Fairview in* Iwlng initiated Let them nut I m * good condition for this time of the year. from Portland much improved in school last Friday.
Gr inge on lliv third \V«*dne«day in lh*- too lartf«* or mu large aa to rumprl«*
There waa a good attendance at tbe
Mr Prideniore of Three-Hix fame was health.
«'« inber, the eight«*« n li.
some memb«*ni who will I m * better out doing business in Handy last Saturday.
Christian Endeavor meeting Sunday j
than lu the grange.
W. W. flavi, ami his nepliew, J. M. Bull Run naw mill down to camp three. evening, after which Rev. S. G. Sherrill i
The Mrnntfv I ihm dun«« many good
gave a very iutere«ting talk.
contractair, ami builders of thi,
tldmoi. l»ut In our opinion. »«jr* tbe
Tbe railr<»a«l ia making rapid progms
In Kentucky the granee has taken
The Puller A Shay mill ha, »hut down
National HhHktnMii. num* baa b**H • new leaae of life Five Uundm! no* place, are kept busy with the erection with tbe new railroad bridge al Bull
for a few days.
greater than Ila forty year* of «uu
graiiin* bulla bare been or soon will be of new buihling,.
trillion, d«*< larutluii and pnM-lainatluu completed In that «tate
W. J. Wirts delivered a gospel lecture
of tbe linportnm «* and dignity of agri
A Reliable Remedy for Croup
an appreciative audience at the Bull
culture Before It baa been a <II*| h ?I-
Mr,. S. Rosinthal of Turner, Michi-'
ling of that old Idea that there la eunia*
14«st Friday at Palmer's mill, a atring gan, gay,: “We have used Chamber-
thing degrading In « tilthatlng the »oU. «tate grange.
A lug Thanksgiving ball will be given
er caught in the carriage ami was dragged lain'« Cough Medicine for ourselves and ; Mrs. L. Helming and daughter spent have gone to join Mr. Stull who is em-
in Junker'« hsll, Wednesday evening,
, ployed as steam shovel foreman on the
back into the aaus breaking them into children for several year, and like it I part of last week in Portland.
pieces. The Mtringer then Hew around very much. I think it is tbe only rem- I Miss Eva Bristol ha, been visiting at North Bank Road.
Vernon Maulding came down from ami hit Oscar McClung, laying him up edv for croup and can highly recom tbe home of her grandfather, D. F.
Mr». O. A. Jackson and children re
hi« ranch aliove Welches last Satur for a few days. The mill bad to lw shut
turned last Thursday from several days ,
mend it.” For sale by all druggists.
day to meet his brother, Frisby, and his down for repairs.
Mrs. Fritx Moritz entertained the visit with her parents in eastern
•islcr. Miss Erma,'and her friend, Mira
Indies Aid Society at her home on last Washington.
Several or the achoul children have
Nellie blindine, of Portland, who will
Mrs. Alma Hall and daughter Susie
«¡■cm) Thaukagiving at the ranch. The
Dr. I. If. Hickman, of Portland, was have returned from several weeks stay
A. J. McClung ia still at the hospital
boy, report apple. Iti inches around and
in town this week attending to profes at Joseph and Baker City and expect to
¡■otatoes 13 iuclies long and 10*» inches at Portland, and it ia reported that he
spend the winter in Portland.
around grown on their place, which is
Mrs A. T. Tiller’s new building is
The Home hotel is about to change
James Latham, Troutdale's popular
J. P. Smith's baby haa been quite completed. The upper floor will be used
i on Salmon river just above Welches.
again. Mrs. Clark will be the
Squash and Pumpkin, grown on the
as a hall.
up the valley «¡lending a few days with landlady.
Stone place in that neighborhood are
Grandma Hickey ia back to Boring
A sidewalk that is a credit to the town relatives at Eugene. He is glad to be
Fairview Grange gave a Box social in
also record breakers
again staying with Root«
has been laid from Harlow's store tc the home again.
the ball Tuesday evening and realised
M. V. Thomas, a notisi socialistic
J. Shultx ia now in charge of the pow P. R. 1.. A P. Co. station. A good, solid 1
a nice sum from the sale of baskets.
leader of the Bull Run community, re er plant.
tilling, with a covering of sand was put
cently handed in hi, suliscription to the
Boring now has a bar tier «hop and a in.
editor of The Herald. Mr. Thomas, by shoe shop.
TheO. R. A N. Co. is installing a new
the way, ia an enthusiastic debater and
Mrs. Coatee has been very aick thia block system to replace the one destroy
seldom fails to interject a few of hi, so
Withstood Other Treatment, but was
ed when the depot was burned.
cialistic ideas into his remarks when on week.
Qukkly Cured by Chamberlain'«
Mira Harriet Harlow is «¡lending a few , The funeral services of Francis Tegart
I the Boor.
day, with her aunt, Mrs. Moore, at were held at the residence of hie daught
County Superintendent, T. J. Gary,
Moore Hotel, Seaside.
“list winter I caught a very severe
er Mrs. A. Kronen burg at 10 o’clock last
visit»! the Sandy school Friday.
Mr. Kern ha, installed gas lamps in
Henry Surlier and wife have lieen en Sunday. Interment was in the Mason cold which lingered for weeks,” says J.
M. McCormick has bought out the the hotel that rival electricity.
tertaining Mr. and Mrs. Butler, of Forest ic cemetery on Handy road. Deceased Vrquhart of Zephyr, Ontario. “My
I interest of Ben Hart in the Sandy meat
The hills were covered with snow this
Grove. The Butlers expect to dtspoK of was born in County Cavin, Ireland, in cough was very dry and harsh. The lo
market. Hi, nephew, James Enright, morning, the second time for thia year.
cal dealer recommended Cbamlierlain'a
their propurtv at the Grove and locate 1819. He came to America in 1863.
will take charge.
There are three government range in- in Troutdale.
He «¡lent the last few month, of hia Cough Remedy and guaranteed it, so I
Rev. Father Berchtol of Mt. Angel «¡lector, cruising the tiinlier on the pro
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Macintosh are the life at the Patton Home in Portland un gave it a trial. One small bottle of it
ha« been appointed |>a,tor of St. Mich posed route of the Mt. Hood railway.
I believe Chamberlain’s
proud ¡«rents of a baby boy born No til two weeks ago when he was taken to cured me.
Chas. Merrill Jr. and Mr. Adams are vember 14.
; the home of bis daughter wherehi, death Cough Remedy to be tbe beet that I
Ban llerlihy's new house is about fin at work on the Copper Queen mine again
have ever used.” This remedy is for
Grandma Barney was stricken with occurred. He leaves two son, and two
sale by all druggists.
ished. We expect him to soon become and expect to rush things until the lead
paralysis last Saturday, her entire left daughters, Mrs. A. Kronenberg and
a resident of Sandy.
is struck, by running a cross cut to in
side being affected. She is slowly im William Tegart of Fairview, Richard
Cutting cordwood has liecome one of tersect the main lead.
Tegart, of Rockwood and Mrs, Eliza
tlie principal industries here now since
Mr. Kern having bought the interest
Mr,. M. Allard Metcalf and son lles-
a number ol the sawmills have shut of Mr. Wrenn is perfecting plan, to run
dan came out from Portland last Sun- ! Mrs. J. W. Townsend ha, as a guest
the Resort on a larger Scale than ever
day. llesdan has about recovered front Mrs. Newland, of Mayville, Oregon.
Paul Meinig made a business trip to and is getting things in shape to build a a severe illness and will remain with his
George Wadsworth and wife enter
large kitchen and dining room with a grandmother.
tained their daughter Helen and Miss
The Cascade debating society have or
Mr,. James Pelton and children, of Ruby Raker of Portland last Sunday.
BULL RUN, OREGON
There are quite a num tier of guest,
ganiseli. ami we expect some interesting
Kern Park, have been visiting her par
Mrs. Amanda Clark and daughter, of
Have opened a
stopping at the hotel at present.
deflate, thi, winter.
ents, Wni. and Mrs. Johnson.
Spokane, Wash., will visit with relative,
James Bell, chiel of the Sandy debat
Presiding Elder Balentine will preach ' here. Mrs. Clark is a sister of Mrs. D.
ing society, is to be congratulateti upon finer specimen, of ore from hi, claim here next S unday.
, S. Dunbar, of Fairview and Mrs. E. A. j
the successful outcome of his persistent every time he come, after hi, mail. All
Mr». J. P. Heslin visited her ion John Stafford, of Melrose.
effort Io establish a place of intelligent pieces shown us lately are very tich in
Mrs. McKinley, of Aberdeen, Wash., [
In connection with the postoffice
amusement for the young people of gold and copper.
spending a few days with her sisters,
Miss Sadie Wright, of Portland, is
at Bull Run.
Sandy and cuminunity. Witty, humor
The genial William Welch i, just as
ously sarcastic, and yet good natured, full of fun as ever and is looking rosier visiting with her mother. Miss Wright Miss Higgins is recovering from the I
is recovering from the etieets of an op-
he hold, the entire attention of tbe aud and more heatliful every day.
j effects of an operation and expects to
ience and interests them in those thing,
Leaving Bull Run at 7 a. m.
that are at once helpful and elevating
Mrs. A. Dowtett and Florence Staf j return home in a few days.
Leaving Gresham at 1 p. tn.
We hope tlie young |>eople of Sandy “THE HERALD," 57 WEEKS, or till ford have been visiting their sister, Mrs. j C. Shepard and wife have lieen enter-
will rally to hi, support.
Jan. 1, 1909, for |1.50. Subscribe now! H. A. Richardson.
i taining Mr,. Stull and children who (
EILERS PIANO HOUSE
The Gate Keeper
- GENERAL STORE
Daily Stage to Gresham
Harlow, Blaser & Harlow
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