Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914, December 20, 1907, Christmas Edition, Image 6

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    SANDY, PAST AND PRESENT
(Continue«! Iront first Sandy Psge.)
rator, and Ed Miller, a shoemaker;
la headquarter* for a large force of
government surveyor* «nd other em­
ployee; has numerous lodges and se­
cret socletie», among them being the
Odd Fe'low* (who are building their
own hall, two stories, 301**»’». modern
In every respect ). the Woodmen of
the World and others
Bandy has
two large public halls, one owned by
Meinig Bro», built over their new
store, and one owned by Caspar Jun
ker. It also has a Catholic Church.
Rev Father Bcrvhtold. pastor, who
holds services on the 1st Sunday In
every month; and a German Lutheran
Largest Engraving Plant in Portland
Frank Davenporti two »a*imdla. lx»»
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* Pulley'» sawmill The Straus Lum
hertng Company s large plant. Oleson
Lumber Co.'» mill: Jonsurd Bros saw­
mill; l'auge A .lari's mill; C. Mara-
ten s shingle mill, and logging, shin­
gle and wood camps too numerous to
mention, but running Into hundreds
of thousands of dollars capital, and em­
ploying hundreds of men. who as yet
have made but little Inroads on the
vast quantities of standing limber, so
heavy as to almost exclude the sun.
numbers of the trees being worth,
sawed Into ties or lumber, from »100
to »No to the tree. This will give
From an Unknown Concern of a few years ago we have built
up the Biggest and Best Designing and Photo
Engraving- Plant In Oregon.
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The Heading in this
Issue was designed
and made by Us
MPAN
CUTS
POOTLANO
tone an idea only of the vast resources
of this wonderfully productive coun­
try. whose logged of! lands are now
selling from ,10 per acre and up. but
which is equally as good or better
than lands se'ling in other par's of
the state from »100 to »1,000 per acre.
The Manufacturing Industrie*.
Among the manufacturing indus­
tries in and tributary to Sandy are
Brun's Bros, hazel chip factory, the
second largest one of its kind on the
Pacific Coast, and whose product is
shipped from Mexico to Alaska, and
from the Rocky Mountains to he Pa
cific Ocean. The Firwood Lumbering
SANDY A GOLD BEARING
COUNTRY.
OREcOf<
We make a specialty of Designs, Copper Halftones, Zinc Half-
tones, Zinc Etchings and Labels in all styles and colors.
PRIVATE RESIDENCE OF MR. AND MRS.CASrER JVNKF.R RECENTLY
ERECTED ON THEIR NEW ADDITION TO SANDY.
church, parsonage and private school,
presided over by Rev. Dobberfuhl.
where both German and English are
taught; a good public school. Miss
Elizabeth Canning, teacher; and last
but not least, an undertaking estab­
lishment
PRONE
MAIN
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All the Cuts in this
Issue were made
Us.
SPECIAL PRICES TO JOB PRINTERS AND NEWSPAPER MEN
FORBES ENGRAVING COMPANY
Lewis and Clarke were not
away when they imagined gold was
being mined farther up the Sandy
Years ago the early settlers
River
found indications of rich quartz st'ck-
Ing out here and there, but not until
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First and Ankeny Streets
nomical. intelligent way the property
is gradual y developing into a sure
enough gold mine, and 'ere many
years have passed away this com­
pany will be reaping the reward of
careful in elligent work, done in be
ha f of developing the mining ro­
sources ot this far famed region
Among the private mine owners of
this vicinity may be mentioned C. O.
' Merril A Sons, of Gresham; Charley
Peshal. August Hornecker. and other«
whose names we did not have time to
secure. Suffice it to say that a num­
ber of tunnels driven a few feet un­
der Cheeney mountan have revealed
.«uffie’ent gold bearing ore to encour­
age the work of the owners in the
‘urther development of ^Jieir claims
Sandy a Natural Fruit Country.
MR. AND MRS GEORGE BORNSTEDT S NEW RESIDENCE
Company. Victor Johnston. Ned Nel­
son. Will Bosho'm and An'one Mick
kelson, props The Johanson Lumber
Co., Charles Johanson. Charles Struth
ers and John Nelson, props Bacon
A Sons sawmill, owned and o;»erated
by S. Bacon. W. S Bacon and Frank
Bacon. The Mount Hood Power and
Railway Co i plant. The Christ Min-
singer sawmill; Kelley & Whylon,
later years was the work of mine de­
velopment actually begun A few years
ago a number of prominent busl
ness men and farmers of Clackamas '
and Multnomah Counties formed a
corporation known as the Northern
Light Mining and Milling Company,
took up claims on Cheeney Creek and
vicinity and proceeded to develop
their property slowly and in an eco-
This has been proven to be a nat
oral fruit country—apples, pears,
prunes, plums, strawberries, raspber­
ries. gooseberries, b ackberrtes. and in
fact berries of every description grow
n great abundance, the woods being
I.terally full (in the late summer) of
wild blackberries, huckleberries, and
in the early summer wild currants,
strawberries, raspberries, salmon her
riett and other delicious fruit« may be
ga hered. without money and without
price Nowhere on ear.h are apples
Phone Main 1335
grown to greater perfect < -i than here
So far. the farmers, as a rule, have
planted nothing but fam'lv orchards;
they have neither sprayed, cu ti valed
or pruned their orchards as they
should. Yet «Minder of w mdera! the
fruit Is almost perfect; disease in un­
known and the average land-owner is
unab e to realize the alladln like
riches at his very dcor. The rush
for Sandy fru’t lands is on. and the
w de awake, keenwitted and shrewd
fruit grower of the E'ast Is today get
ting land In this eldorado that coil'd
not be bought ten years henc«. for
many times the price asked now
Sandy as a"
Agricultural
we desiuilr in telling the truth Just
measure and weigh the b ggest you
ever saw of any of these and then
you may admit to yourself wl h all
candor that Sandy ran go you one
better
Sandy has the sol', the climate, the
sltua lon. the resources to make of It
the richest and best known part of
Oregon. At no distant day this will
be generally conceded.
Stock Raising.
Sandy has few equals
excel cd by none as a stock
Portland, Oregon
waste products of the farm b'ddy and ' Southern Washington that has not
her numerous progeny lay nearly the hoard of Bandy * famous summer re
entire year round, much to the delight sorts
They lit all purse*, cater to
of the frugal housewife when ah* 4'1 claaaea (of good character), are
average* fully 4t»c per doien for bld within a few hours' ride from Port­
dv'a product through the winter •ea land, and offer the finest scenery,
son.
fishing, hunting and healthgiving rec
reatlon to he found on the Const
As a Dairy Country.
Amon* the best known of these .utn
Sandy has commenced to be looked
upon as the coming dairying country
(Continuât un Inai !■•<* )
j of the valley country Sandy now has
| three cream routes—wagons calling
nt the farm for the separated product ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦o*
so much sought after by all first class
For Sale, 346 Acres ;;
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«erm in cultivation;
family orvhartl; two 7«rootn hour
houm* aril turniolird ; all
kind* of (arm implement», thre»h>
hut machine, rnailage cutler, trac*
tmn engine; ualer |» i | mn | it» litniae
and barn; hot aud cold water in
every r«w»ui; 3 milra to l< It Hta ;
good stream thru place.
Country.
Nowhere do the cereals, grasses,
legumes and vegetables thrive better
than in the Sandy Country. The soil
Is a deep rich sandy loam, or black,
free from gravel and rock, produc ng
from two to four tons of timothy and
from three to five tons of clover (at
two cuttinxs) to the acre. CO bushels
of wheat and 100 bushels of oats and
barley to the acre Is not uncommon;
500 bushe s of poatoea Is not con
aidered a record breaking yield, whl'e
turnips, carrot», parsnip*, beets and
squash, corn for ensilage, and other
products of the field and garden are
raised in such vast quantities that
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OREGON o
THEO.
ROY
MO Hibtafd street
Would like to figure on your
The Secret of a
Beautiful Face
Bordering as It does on the edge
l -. Reserve,
O----..- large
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of tlx- Cascade Forest
numbers of settlers' cattle, goats and
sheep are admitted to the rich pas­
turage of the Cascade range, free of
cost to the settler. In the winter the
absence of snow and the abundance
of grass, browse, and good timothy
and clover hay, and open sheds as­
sures the utock rals«-r of a profitable
business.
Poultry.
flfrfrly In Indeed in her true element !
butter-makers.
This Industry alone
distributes many hundreds of dollars
annually among the thrifty fanner*
of Northeastern Clackamas
Bees and Honey.
Bees and honey are everywhere,
the almost perpetual blooming of
flowers, small fruit*, clover*, etc,
make of this country a perfect para
dlae for bee», which are very profit­
able.
The Prune Industry.
Sandy dried prunes are becoming
lie. ia keeping ths .kin pro-
tertrdMwelluclesnied. Jurt
W4»h.ng i. not enough—that
only leave, the delicate wrface
mor« eipoM-d to th« Irritation
of dust and genni| to merri-
l«t< attack, of >un and
weather. After walking, ap­
ply Rolwrtine and rspenenre
It. delightful refreshment.
You willadmlre the line-lew
softneM it imparts to face,
neck and arms. ]t not only
stimulates a radiant glow, but
protects the skin from becom­
ing cosne. Prevents burn­
ing, ten and freckles.
For any <4 the ordinary diseases of the
skin Chamberlain’* Salve is excellent.
It not only allays the itching and smart­
ing hut effects a cure. For sale by all
dealers.
HERALD BARGAIN COUNTER
THE GRESHAM JEWELRY STORE
Clocks
Rings, Etc.
Heaver State Herald and other papera.
an idea of the splepdid
Silver Novelties
SESSIONS’, SETH THOMAS', and other makes, We have a spl -ndid assortment of Gents’Ladies’
in Hall, Fancy, Mantle and Alarm Clocks, from Misses’ ami Children’s Rings and other Jewelry Before buying Christina* Presents don't Foil to see
our Elegant Line of Sterling Silver Novelties.
>1 and up.
too numerous to mention
Watches
Souvenir Spoons, Etc.
WALTHAM. ELGIN and HAMILTON, an- our A Full and Complete Line of Everything in Silver­
Specialties, but we carry other* from $1 and up.
ware, including .Souvenir Silver and Gold Lined
Spoons, Fruit Knives, Berry Spoons, Butter
knives, Sugar Shells, Card Trays, Cuke Trays, Tea
All the latent in Gents’ slid ladies’ Watch Chains, Sets, Fruit and Vegetable Dishes, Pickle < astors,
Fob«, etc., in a great variety.
o-set Cruet Stands. Cracker Jars, Butter Dishes,
Salt and Pe| per Shakers, Etc.
Watch Chains
Ladies’ Wear
Knives, Etc.
Waterman Fountain Pens
We are Sob- Agent« in Gresham for the L
Waterman Ideal Fountain I’ena.
azors, Etc.
We also have a Fine Line of Gillette Hafetjr nn<l
other Kazors, Shaving Het«, Etc.
Finest Silver Polish
Our line of Ladies' Wear cannot be excelled. We
carry Pearl, Silver ami Gold Necklace», Locket*, Silver Knives and Forks, in Rockford, 1M7 Rogers We have IM7 Kogers’ Bro«
Bracelets, Backcoml»», Cuff and Collar Rutton«, Bro«., W m. Rod gem Hon», and Bmith a.
All Polish.
Warranted.
Silver Thimbles, Etc.
Guaranteed
0 F. W. FIELDHOUSE, Jeweler,
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GRESHAM,
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which is ov< rfi .witi'-’ villi Cl< < ks, Watch* «, Silverware ami everything to Is- found in a Firwt-Cbum Jewelry Store
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line we carry. Read it over then call and see our g«««!», for we can Save Nou Money.
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here If It wasn't for the long rainy known and sought after by whole
night« during the winter season, on« Halers and retailer* all over the coast
m ght, on account of the small «now­ I A number of large and small dryers
fall, easily persuade thia mighty fac­ are annually In operation during the
Thia price I. tor delivery by mall only. Paper,
tory of the farm, that It «■«« con prune aeason, and are the means of may I h - .«■nt to »«‘parai.- a«f<lresse». Hnbeerlp-
tlon. may begin al any time.
tlnuou* summertime
The average making the local prune trade a profit­
ttataita ntu Mt tmit at
housewife doea come mighty near able one
Mtft
Summer Resorts.
■ fooling her, for what with liberal al-
I lowance of skimmed milk and other
Who la there In Northern Oregon or
Bargain* in the "Herald Want Ada."