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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 27, 1907)
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Radford vlailed Mr. Doty at Eagle
Creak on Sunday.
Ml«» Hannah llwlln spent a few data
at bornerait week.
Clifford Hcbm-nler led the Christ an
Endeavor meeting last Hunday.
Alliert Hall returned to Fairview last
-- — Baptist Sunday school Friday after several years atwence,
had a very fine entertainment at the bringing with hint bis wife and child.
church Monday night. Everyone was Their visit gladdened not only the tiearts
treated to a bag of candy and n>ita.
of Mr. Hall's lather, but also of a large
Mi« Ida Miller will lead the Endeav circle of (rienda. Mr. Hall completed a
or meeting at this place next Sunday I course in electrical enginaering in the
. Oregon Agricultural College a few years
The Mililium quartet of Cottrell will I ago and there met the young lady who
sing every Sunday both morning aud afterwards lieeam* Mrs. flail. They
evening in the future. The members . have lived in New York but expect to
have agreed to la- present at the revival I remain in Oregon.
meeting» to begin January i»l. Rever
Mi« Biasie McGaw of Portland is
end lamnard of St John» Baptist church
will conduct the meetings.
All are in »landing her vacation with her parent«
Mrs.C. Billington, who has fx-en vis
iting her daughter, Mrs. Axtell, return
A «hooting mutih will I m * given at ed to her home at Lafayette last Satur- ’
I'lvanaiit Home <»n Saturday, l>w. 2K, day.
1907, commencing nt 10 a. in. The tar*
Cedric Stone ami Sylvester llall, of
gel« will bo the u « hm I blue rock target*
ami the priMa will lie poultry. A k < mm I the O. A. C., are spending their vacation
lime im looked h>r
Better Ite there. at home.
Given by Guy II Itolterlton and John
Rev. C. Beers and family »iient their
Christina« at Pleasant Home.
Mrs. James I .ah ley has returned from ,
BUI I ItllN
Portland where she recently underwent
an operation. Mrs. Labley's home is at
of rain and the heavy hauling of the Stevenson, but she will remain with
Mr and Mrs W W. Wilson, of IxM Ml. Hotrf BottlOad Clt. the roa-1» iii | i her («rents here awhile.
Angi lcs, Cal., are »landing the holidays this vicinity are in a l«d condition.
M im Delia Morrison has returned to
at the Inn....... if Mr». Wilson’s father,
Portland after several days stay with
Mr Wilson considers
Mrs. J. Ashcraft.
this trip very fortunate as iti'aimed him Portland Saturday.
Mrs. C. Shepard has been quite ill for
And Hope to Merit Your Patronage
to leave hi» mine«, pi the Magdalena
district of Honora, Mexico, only a few spending their vacation at the home of
Mi« Lene, Roy and Clyde Stone
day» la-fore the Indian uprising there J. Cline since the Puller A Hbey mill
in 1908 as heretofore.
in which many people have been mas shut down, ami hope to resume work have just recovered from the mumps.
after the holidays.
sacred by the Yaquis.
J C. Kerby is spending the holidays
John Phelps, while falling timber for with friends near CorvaUis.
Mi»» Nina Heacock has i-los.-d school
for the holiday* and is now visiting in Johnson, Struthers A Co., was struck
The Artisan» held their Six-ptl meet
on the head with a large limb from ing last Saturday evening. The attend
Anton .Malar, Jr., and sister, Mrs W. the fallen tree, but the injuries were ance was not large but those present en
W. Wilson, made a Hying trip to Port not serious, and he ei|>ecta to be able to joyed themselves greatly with various
resume hie work in a lew days.
amusement«. On the evening of Jan
Johnson A Co. have closed their mill uary 4th. a joint installation of all the
Mrs. Henry Ridderbush is visiting
(or the holidays.
officers of Fairview, Rockwood, Gresham
her daughter in Chehalis, Oregon.
and Troutdale lodges will be held is
Misa Mildred Ifeilinlm has a severe
Fairview lodge hall. All Artisans are
the past lew days.
attack of whooping cough.
Cougar Bill of Cougar Mountain was invited.
Mias Mae Shumway and Alliert Bell
Miss Mabel Zimmerman, Miss Helen
were guest» of Mins Elsie Malur on last seen in the streets of Bull Run Satur
Wadsworth and Earl Townsend, who
on a gi»»l foundation nnd with sulwtan-
An employee of Johnson, Struthers A attend school in Portland are home for
■Mrs. Henry Ridderbuach left last I
Co. cut his foot very badly and has been vacation.
o I. K A N 1 N <1 M
week for Astoria when- »he will visit
Mrs. Willard Cook and children and
removed to the hospital.
her daugliti-r Sophia
the Misses Robbins, W. A. Townsend
We have had quite a numtx-r of light '
and wife, A. L. Stone, Mrs. N. K. Davin
Mr. I’rideinore of Three-Six was in J 1 »now storms lately, about one inch tie- I
and Mrs. il. S. Stone were recent Port
Sandy on business recently.
i ing the heaviest fall So far. It lasted but I
A. Miller of Deer Island spent a few land visitors.
Readers in thia locality think that
John Bis'hholti, the fruit king of Sal a very short time.
days last week with J. W. Exon and
D. S. Dunbar and wife spent Christ
not a wool ti»i much was »|»>ken in The mon, wm in town trailing Inst week.
The river is very high caused by the
with reletives in Portland.
llvrnld last week in praise of the Handy
Mrs. John L'ndi-rnalir has returned
Rev. J. W. Exon preached at Bull
country. It is rapidly coining to the from California and will spend tin- The moat damage done so far waa the
Miss Christine John, of Portlond, vis
A nundx-r of farm« have winter with her bro tin-r. Joe Meyers.
ited friends here the early part of the
washing out of the upper bridge on the i Run last Sunday a week ago.
vliangt-d hands recently, among them
Mrs. Bews and Mrs. Keith spent week.
Frank McGugin, our rood anperviaor, trail, a number of large log» are strand
J. It Duncan's and Charte» Krebs’. ft
ed in tin- trail al»>ve the sonth fork of | Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Wolfe.
Roy Anderson has taken a position as
ia planking Mi-inig’s grade
ia rv|H>rii-,l that Mr. Kn-I« ha» some
the Salmon river which leaves the trail | The election of the Sunday school of telegraph operator lor the O. R A N. has been visiting her sister, Mrs. E.
Mrs. M. Allard Metcalf, of Portland,
idea "I starting a brickyard near Handy.
ficers will take place on Sunday, De Co. at All«ny, having been transferred
impassable at present.
ia spending the holidays with relatives
This would insure Handy’s Is ing built land fur medical treatment.
la-slie Merrill and George Talbot have
Albert llensley and Leo Reber are here.
Mr and Mrs. Frank Bacon have gone
Supt. Gary visited the school Weil-
left the hills for Christmas cheer at their
The Ml. Hood Railway Co. transferred home from Corvallis, where they at
Miss txda Stephens is conv atiw I n g
to Salmon to apvnd Christmas with her
, About Digestion.
homes in Gresham.
fonr car l<«ds ot lumber from the O. R. tend the Oregon Agriculture College.
after a severe illness.
parvuts, Mr. and Mrs. <Mell.
It is not the quantity of food taken but
Mr. Faubion ia the proud father of an ’ Rev. W. E. Ingalls and Mr. Coon of A N. track to their camps via the Port
Norris Stone spent Christmas with
Albert Fox spent Sunday with his
John Boaholm was in town Sunday.
the amount digested and assimilated
land Railway Monday. The lumber is
eight-pound, laiuneing, baby boy, burn Lents were Dover callers last week
¡«rents Aaron Fox and wife.
Elijah Coalman, tile swiftest walki-r December Id.
that gives strength and vitality to the
Geo. KiUmiller is home visiting his to be used for bridge work
system. Chamberlain's Stomach and on the Pacific const, went through
Welches district haa an enterprising' parents for a few •lays. The DeShaxer
Liver Tablets invigorate the stomach , Sandy like a flash from tin- search-light
Hun-lay achool starti-d Sunday Decern- | family is on the sick list.
and liver and enable them to pel form of the battleship Oregon.
Jake Cooper spent Sunday evening at
lier 15 by Rev Furgeson, a mi«ionary
their function». The result ia a relish
the Wolfe home.
A grand oyster sup|xT was given by Hunday aclusil preacher.
fir your food, increased strength and the OJd Fellows last Wixlm-silay night
The Kehres family, who have been vis
Mi»» Vera Keni is visiting with her
weight, greater endurance and a clear
iting at Mr. Wolfes’ left for their home
head. Price, 25 cents. Samples free.
fur anuther suiiiiner'a heat and turmoil i at Kelso Monday.
For sale by all dealers.
The del-ah-on Woman’s Suffrage was
C. R. liewet and wife had as gneats a
in the city.
tfnite a number of people have lieen
i l»»t|»inisl until next Saturday on
few days ago C. E. Phelps and wife and
••••••••••••••••a ' account of the inclemency of the wi-ath-
L. Boyer and wife of Gletidane. Mont.
and Mies Lundy made a visit to Port-i homes,
K. E. Morse and wife, of The Dalles,
land Saturday. Vernon returned alone | Frank Racon of Bull Run visited with
Our popular harnens maker, V Foa-
Christmas guest» of Mrs. M irse’s
very disgusted with the roads.
the Exon family last week.
l«-rg, is kept busy this wet went her a»
mother, Mrs. Frances Allaril.
William Welch is very busily engaged
Mrs. Susie Timins has r-turi el from
reading Action, lie says he is pre pa r-
a trip to Enn (m. She left here June
ing for next summer's season Suecess
J. Brusetli has gone to Washington to In and speut the greater part of the
visit his family.
time with her inotherin England. Her
C. W. Kern recently math- a vinil to i I.. A. Taylor, a photographer of Port
lift* on hand s Knit Line of
many friends were glad to welcome her
tho iti<>tro|M>lis, and returned with n
Saddles, Harness, Collars, Whips.
land, was here last week taking some return.
Bits. Spurs and everything else
brand new set of harness, colors flying
Gale Vandever has lat-n entertaining
usually carried by a Ftrst class Hsrwu Sts, and a new list, lie seems to lx- tickel- views of Kelso.
brother l*olph, of Bickleton, Wash.
SADDLES MADE TO ORDER
cd nearly tn death about something.
Dan Mickley has been quite ill but
In connection with the posloffice
Constable Bert Jonsrnd took a wood at this date is improving.
at Bull Run.
Tin- licrahl family a happy New Year
chopper, wlio became demented, to the
William Whittacre, of Bertha, Ore.,
All kinds of harness ami shoo re
w ith a bright anti proapi-roua future.
asylum at Salem last Saturday.
was a Christmas guest of Mrs. France*
pairing neatly and promptly done.
R. E. Jarl has bought Mr. Anderson’s Allard,
Ixaving Bull Run at 7 a. ni.
V. E. FOSBERO, Prop.
School closed on Tuesday until Janu-
la-aving Gresham at 1 p. in.
The taxpayers of the Cottrell school
district held a meeting at the m-liool-
C. r. Brooke has been entertaining hia
house last Saturday and decided to ac acres of land and timber from Mr. Mon
cept the two acres of land offered by
A. Young. Robert, Gilbert and B,.rt went from here to Spokane to visit her
Mr. Proctor just across the new road
from the present location in lieu of the Jonsrnd went to Portland Monday,
Sawing a first-class quality of Rough and Dressed lum
Dr. F. S. L<x-k will conduct services
one and three-quarters acres now used.
ber. All sizes now ready for delivery at the new mill,
here next Sunday morning in the Vnion
This new road will connect the Pipe line
church. Dr. Luck was in charge of the
road and Cottrell county roa-l just back
three-fourths of a mile east of Kelso.
The young Peoples society of the I.U- church here for some time a few years
t'arrics a Complete Line of
of the school'a present site. A special
tlieran church met with a gixxl attend ago. and his ix-casional visits are much
tax of 2.5 mills was voted.
ance last week. A good program was enjoyed by his many friends here.
!! Cdndy. Nuls. Hqs. Dates. Raisins. Currants. Boiled Oder for Mince
A road meeting will tie held in this rendered and new officers were elected.
Bessie and Ella Lowe have lieen visit L
district on Saturday the 28th.
Pies. Irult fake. Citron. Lemon and Oranqe Pedlnq. Etc.
C. E. Carlson of Brantford, Kansas,
Phone rr.sh orders after six o’clock to Farmer 198
Barn Edwards is circulating a petition visited friends here while on hie wav to ing the daughters of II. H. Young in
for a road past his place which will con California, where he will spend the [ Portland.
Mrs. II. A. Richardson and daughters
nect with the Pipe line road below winter.
The Store that Sells SUNFLOWER SHOES
1 spent Sunday and Monday'in Portland.
Ilana Coch’s place. Stillman Anerewa
The memorial services in the Swedish
KOK MTYI.K ntitl WK AH
is circulating a remonstrance to keep
Sandy river is booming. The water
Mission church Sunday night, Decem
the present n«d past Richard Radford's
as high now as it usually is in May
•-------- r»t cash. !• to
more money for yon to nhip R aw Font and Hide« to a* than to
ber 15, in honor of the late King Oscar
home. " rite for Price Liat. Market Report, Snipping Tag*, and aixmt our
and to prevent the opening of new road»
of Sweden was well attended. Rev. J. | and June.
“THt SHOE MERCHANT”
until present giants are completed.
Johnson sjHike very interestingly of the 1 Mrs. May Craig is entertaining her
^« LUU/*!\ Troutdale, - Oregon
Mrs. Ball ia alowly improving.
beloved monarch whom many of them sister Mrs. Ella Hornish.
Wallace Ball, Warren Ball and Elmer present hail seen in their fatherland.
1 Miss Constance Emily, of Portland,
BORNSTEDT & LINDSEY
the farmers are getting their harness in
shape for spring work.
Handy public school closed Tuesday
aud vacation will continue until Janu
Misses Margaret and Angela Canning
arrivisl horn* on the 21st to spend vaca-
tlon with their parents.
Mnr. M. McCormick is visiting friends
Anna and Frank McCormick spent
Christmas in Portland.
Mr. and Mrs Clark visited with their
daugliti-r.Mr» Sullivan of Portland, hot
Jew Clark, who Ims been attending
■H-hiMil in Portland, is visiting al ham*.
Mr. Hoffman and family have moved
into the new cottage erected on Dr Mc
F. W. Canning, of Kelso, was si-en on
our streets Saturday.
Iioii’t forget the New Years dance!
Mi»» Hchafi-r, of Independence, is vis
iting her sister, Mrs ^-'ratik l’attcrson.
It. Kusaell Ims returned from Oklaho
ma Io s|H-nd Christmas with his part-nls. I
J. II. Maylie anil family sjient Christ
ina» with relatives at Bull Rnu.
We Wish One and All
OUS NEW YEAR
Sandy Harness Shop
Daily Stage to Gresham
Our Mill is Running Steadily
Straus Lumber Co
b V v FURS s HIDES
Harlow, Blaser & Harlow