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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 27, 1907)
Wanted, For Sale, Lost,
FOR SALE—A goo-i work horse,
weight about 1250; also a ieraev bull, one
vear old. Ed Hamilton. Route 2, near
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The c->t»rtnership lieretofore exist
ing l-etween G. W. Howe and C. H.
line having been dissolved, Mr. Howe
has movetl to Vancouver. Wash. Here
after the Watkins goods will lie sold
only from the house of C. H. lane, one
mile north of Gresham on Base Line
road, or from the wagons. C. H. lane,
PAGE WOVEN WIRI FENCE.
Guaranteed. Chas. Cleveland, agent.
WANTED—Plain sewing of any kin.l
to do. Charges reasonable. Mrs. Chas.
IA»ST—Two nine-month-old heifers.
Brindle and white-spotted, left ear split,
tine darker. Anyone seeing these cows,
put them up and notifv me. Adolph
Sester. Gresham, Route 2.
FOR SALE—A second hand box stove.
Enquire at Herald office.
M 0 N T A V11. L A
Rev. H. Oberg was able to preach and a native of Canada. The funeral
last Sunday, after an illness of a week. waa hel«l Thursday al Ml. Talarr. Buri
His subject was "The Coming of the al was in the «vmetrry of the Monastery.
The children were made happy last
Tne Presbyterian. Baptist an«l Meth- Friday by being tohl they woul-l have
odisl churches all ha,I very g-wxl pro vac.itmn until January 8.
grams ou Christmas Eve and many
Mr. Daniels is home to speud the hol
iday» with Ins family.
children were made happy.
Mr. Howitt an«i family rr.ov»! into
Mr. ami Mrs. Barringer's son Nel has
their new home this week. Thei- house been very sick, b.it is improving.
is up-to-date and modern in every wav.
The iiuprovemei.ls on ^libl«ar*l street
The good work of putting down cem are completed an 1 it is surelv a pleasure
ent walk« on Misner street goes on and to travel over it now.
it is a great improvement.
Thomas Green, father of Mrs. J. 1>.
Tuesday morning, Deceml-er 17, at 11 Sullivan on the ll«-e Line ami Meridian,
o'ctock at the Monastery of the Precious pas.«e<i quietly away on Wednesday
BI« mx I, Mt. Tabor, occurred the death of morn'iig, IX-cember IS.
Sister of the Holy Heart of Mary, one of was 81 vests ol.l, an-l ma-le his home
the foanders of the community and its with Mrs. Sullivan.
firQ superior. She wa« 58 years of age I made at Salem.
FOR SALE—S. C. Bnown leghorn
Thomas Green died at the home of his
C«ickerels, Petaluma stoclk, at the J. B.
Kelley farm. Orient, Ore. Leon Hale. (1 daughter. Mrs. J. D. Sullivan, on Base
Line road, Thursday. Dec. 19. He was
FOR SALE—Shaots and pigs. J. G. 81 years of age. Hia body has been
Chido, Gresham, Route 3
shipped East for burial.
NOTICE—As 1 hare gone out of the
Mr. Pitt's family are suffering with
blacksmith business at Pleasant Home,
ail th-»«- --wing me are r»(ue-«ted to pay the grip.
their bills as soon as possible. Orland
F. Howitt is on the sick list.
Zeek. Gresham, Route 3.
Mr. McCartney, who sprained hi«
WANTED— Fresh milch cows and gnkle several weeks ago, is slowly- irn-
heefcattle. T. R Howitt, Gresham, proving.
B. W. Emery, of Gresham, has built
FOR SALE — Hood sow with eight an addition to the house on bis farm,
pig* fire weeka old. Price
A. If. now occupied by Mr. Pitt's ami family.
G. K. Howitt has gone to California
He expect« to visit relatives in San
WANTED—A bouse or small ranch
close in, or furnished rooms for light Francisco, San Jose and Los Angeles.
housekeeping. XI, in care Herald. [52
Little Katherine Short who has been
quite ill the pa*t week, is convalescing.
340 Hibbard Street
AVouId like to figure on your
PLLMBISG AND GAS FITTING
Home Cooking £
The place to find it is at
Montavilla’s New Hotel
Meals ami rooms by «lay, week
or month. A. E. H khmav , Prop.
End ol car line. Hibbard St., Mvntavilla
winch win ai predated
Charles Littlepage w is in this neigh
borhood visiting «»II friends Monday
T. Evans was transacting business in
Mrs. J. Pound« r was in Portland last
Friday ami Saturday doing her Chriat-
Lelia and Weltha Isisley have return
ed home from Portland,where they have
been attending school, to «fs-n-l the hol
i-lay« with their parents.
Mrs. N. Ellis return»! home from
Portland where she has lieen under a
a dxtor's care. She is much improved
Mr. an-l Mrs. E. G. Rickert were
Gresham visitors Saturday an I Sun-lay.
We all join in congratulating the Bea
ver State Herald on the beautiful ami
appropriate design for the cover of their
J. Perchanl is visiting bis neice, Mrs.
G Benett and H Johnson were visit
Quite a numlier of our young people
attended the entertainment at the ors at tlie home of J. Fitxgerald Sunday.
schoolhouse near Powell Valley the
night of the 20th and report a good time.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Conrad and their
Mr*. Sarah Kincaid was a visitor at
little daughter Ada expect to be away a
Ferndale Place Tuesday and Wednesday.
week or more visiting friends.
.Mrs. Hattie R »dgera returned from
John Strebin is spending the holidays
Klickitat county Saturday to spend tlie
holiday* with her family.
Mr«. Wood has been on the sick list
Mr. Bragsdon move«l into his new cot
The attendance at Endeavor services
F. W. and Frank Reed came down
was not large Sunday night on account
from Bonneville Saturday evening and
of the rain and darkness but our good
spent Sunday at home.
pastor gave us one of hie strong and
G. J. and F. Snitzler went to Kelso,
Wash., Fridav to spend the holiday*
with their parents.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Hitman are •pend*
ing the holidays at Grant* Paes
have ben on the sick list tlie j«a»t week,
but arc now convalescent.
Member* on this telephone line have
been improving the line by adding new
poles between the one, already up.
Mr and Mra. P. Anderson visit»! At
the Rasmussen home Sunday.
We wish to correct a little inisfak*
printed in The Herald last week. Il
was K. P. Rasinii'weii who was elected
secretary of Columbia grange instead of
It. P. Anderson.
A few of our young folks spent last
Saturday evening at the Benefield home.
l-xura Roas, Alice W-sslwanl ami
Fred Hicks called for l»«,ks at our li
brary on Sunday, Decbmher 15.
J. (leaver was in Portland last week.
(onsidercJ J Success.
The mask ball giv»‘ii at Mrtager*«
hall« ln*t Twaada) evr wa.«* quite a *uc-
evaa. The muaie waa
ui a* timt*
daw and the oynfer uup|x*r given at the
li«»tel for the benefit of the dancer» by
Mr Walker wa* considered a* being
the beat Aup|»er the town ha« had for
The crowd at the ball were a praee-
alnding lot. which \<^11 always» I h * found
at Metiger’« dance-»
The pnxee were awarded a« follow* ;
r< |»rv*ent« d coatume, gent,
Jtichard Jenninge, lady, Ella Merrill.
The prize** award«>d to the 1» *t waltaera
were given to Mi*?» Lena tiinder and
On New Year « eve there will be an
other big dance and you are all invited
to attend. The hall i4 Mell light«*«!, the
floor ia tiret-claM an<l the «’rangers are
giveitbeM of attention, * » «*uni*e«|uently
there i* know teaaon for not having a
g«Mxi time, The music is as good as
can tie furnished. Tickets, »1. Ijuilea
Ei> Marame, Mngr.
Lt das Arrested on Grave Charge.
Sheriff C. L. Stevens ami Deputy R. F.
Beattie matle a hurri»l trip to Gage on
Tuewiay ami return»! through tiresham
with S. E. Evans in cuato<ly. Mr. Ev
ans waa arrested upon a charge of assault
upon his own -laughter with intent to
Commit ra|-e The one w ho makes tbi«
accusation against him is Mra. Eilitli
Wa-Ie, «bo recently came from Oysler-
ville. Wash , at the request of the father,
to make her home with her parent*.
Mr. Evans has a large farm near Gage
ami a merchandise store ami is well to
do. He is the father of nine children,
Mrs. Wade being the eldest. Mr. Evans
denies the charge.
Sad Death of Bertie Hillyard.
Bertie A. Hillyard, daughter of J. M.
and Matilda J IJdlyard, pa»«»I away on
Monday evening, December 23, at the
home of her |-ar<uts at Pleasant Home.
She hail lieen nick for several weeks with
double pneumonia, but on Sunday alte
suddenly became worse and the end
came the following evening.
Deceased was 14 years of age and wan
a general favorite with all. She leaves
a father, mother, two brothers and one
sister to morun her loss.
The funeral services were held in the
Baptist church of Gresham on Wednes
day, December 25, Rev. S. T. Sherrill,
of Pleaaant Horne, preaching the ser
Many Is-autifnl flowers were
brought by loving friends.
The sympathy of the entire commun
ity is extended to the la-reaved family.
The Pleasant Valley grange had a
! Christmas Ire«- and entertainmnt at
the grange hall on Tuesday evening.
The invitation was general, many were
present, ami the tree was loaded with
I present«. It was regarded as very suc
F. A. Baumann is able to lie arouml Mr. and Mrs. (. Bramhall Entertain
Mr. ami Mrs. < harlie Bramhall en
Mrs. J W Frost is suffering with a
badly sprained ankle, resulting from a tertain»! 32 of their relatives and
friends at a six- clock dinner, Christ
fall down the stairs.
mas evening. Mr. ami Mrs Bramhall
are royal hosts ai ) everybody present
«ieclared it to lie one of the most social
LAST StCIION LINT
events of the «<■; -on. Many Is-autiful
»Mr. Hendrick* i* repainting and im- presents were exchanged and a very
proving hi* hou*<*.
pretty Christmas tree decorated the
Mr. and Mr*. AllwhoiiMe intend mov parlor and delighted the younger guests.
All de|>arted at a late hour wishing
ing into the Winter rei«i<|enr«* noon.
Thoma* Grant is i* on the *irk li«t them many happy returns of the Yule-
again, having pneumonia.
Mr. and Mr*. Cumming* w» re the
>«v Year's Ball at Sandy
gii« *tr* of their daughter, .Mr*. Ihthl-
A grand liall will Is- given in Junker's
Mr*. Lillie Barker waa gue*t of Mr*. bail st Bandy, Oregon, <>n New Year's
Eve. TtH-wday, Dee. 31, 1907. Bronson's
orchestra will furnish the musi«-. Hop
per at hotel. Tn k-ta, 75cents. All are
invited. <'ommitt«-e, Alfrwl Bell, Curly
LFPTR LATOLKt 11
ami Mac Thomas
Rememlwr the l»»ket social and s<e
For any r.f the ordinary diseases of the
cial dance on New Years Eve at Colom
bia grange hall, laolies please bring -kin Chamberlain'* Rslve is excellent.
It not only allays the itching and «mart-
1 mg but effects s cure. For sale by all
Mrs. J. Ross an<l Mrs. Fred Shoulti! dealers.
Ml Show a Success
A NEW YEAR INJUSTICE.
The dull allow held al the Douglass
store on Dccsmlwr 7 gave ths girls
much piesaure. The little hove' sew-
lug was very good and II astonished
many of the older ones. Everyone look
an Interest ami brought dolls dressed aa
good as most young ladies could do. IM
course after Christmas Banta Claus
would pndiably give many of them dolls
slid give them a better chance for a
prise with new dolls. The prises award
ed were aa follows;
Beet haml-eewrd dr ease-1 doll, 1st
prise, child's gol-l ring, Allw-rta Beimel-
der; twat hand sewed dressed doll;
2d prise, set of ctl|is ami saucer«, Gertie
lekler; Beet haml-eewrd dressed «loll:
3d prise, silver spoon, Olive Cox.
Best hematiehiiig, -Irawnwork -irvam-d
doll: let prise, work basket, Lula Hale;
best liematleliing, drewnaork «Ireeeed
doll 2d prise, shell jewell box, Ultima
Staff «risoli ; lest hemstichlng, drawn«
work -lrvss»l doll 3d prise, china sugar
and creamer, Nellie Bailey ; largest ami
Itesi dressed doll let prise, gold ring.
Lucile Swank; beet dreasrsl doll as
baby: 1st prise, wringing niacbiitr, Ida
Chase, sged five years, lest drcaa»l
doll as baby : 2<l prise, small china
pitcher, Grace Miller; moot comical
dressnl doll 1st prise, child,» lamp,
Susie Buoy ; moot comical «Iressol dull
2«! prise, cup, saucer ami plate, Grace
Si sciai prises were given to the fol
lowing : test drew»««I «loll by boy of five
years old . 1st prise, little shell box, Al
bert Hatch ; beat <lrewse«l -loll by boy
five years old: jewel case, Altieri Ault;
l«est dressed dull by girl litres year» ol-l :
let prise, plate, Clara Hatch', Itasi
dressed doll Ity girl six years ol-l 1st
prise, little pitcher. Josie Csrpcnter ;
Itesi <lrrsee«l doll as nurse cup, saucer
and plate, Nellie Baily.
Th« B«r8s«p«r Csmplaln« af th* Qs«d
Miss Rutty Emery and brother, Mark
were Portland vlaiton last Saturday
“John, I'll bar« tu lay you off f««- th«
•rat two weeks of the usw year. Vau,
Mrs. J. W Lawcrvime was a Ihirt-
llarry. will have to lay off a week."
land visitor last Saturday
The s|w>aker. a lean tuan. stood lu •
Feld« McColl, Emery Roberts ami
aplendld aud spacious l*er aaloon, ■
Elmer Metsger, wlio are attending
place of polished niahogauy. ouyx col-
the Oregon Agricultural College at
utnna, great mlrrora ami large paint'
Corvallis, are spending their vacation
Inga of iMHtutlful women li-qies ami
wreaths of evergreen twlne«l about the
with their imrents tiers. Emery is as
pillars and the electnillere. ami oit the
sisting in Shattuck's store during the
luaaalve bar stood s taswl of free
punch, for It was New Year's dsy
W. 11. Cathey was a very welcome
“Yea, tMiys,” said the leak tuaa,
«isitor at the ircrald ofliee on Monday.
"you'll have to go."
“What for, lioaar' asked the young
G. W. Beers is arranging for hia
er of the two bartenders
! ore best ra to give a masquerade ball al
ally with hie wuolen bar doth he pol
Sandy on February 15. IMJS.
tailed the lair' till It shoue again, and
tire. C. W. Doane was »hopping in
anxloualy he gased In bls suipl-iye« s
“Why. John, you ought tu kuow
The Gresham Symphony orvhestra
i-oiiH>-'«ed of young people, have ad-led
Ths aaloou ke*|«er ap«>ke Impatiently.
several new instruments and purvha«-
A fat man entered from the street, ap
ee another supply of th«* lateet orche«*
proached the t«ar with reluctant steps,
l nil music. They now have 10 inatru-
thru all of a sudden turned hurriedly
men la played by ameteurs ami aevi'ral
new- beginner* and now have oue of
"Well. I'll I* datigMl!" said Bartender
the licet oreluwtriu of the season.
John. “Tbafe the fourth fellow has
dime that thia uiornlu'. Wbsl*« It uiaaa
W G. Cathy, W. Hicks. Leona Phil-
Bps. Mrr, II. E. Davis ami l>. M Cathy
"You ought to know what It uoHina,
acvonipaiiie«l the remains of Mrs. Elisa
John." repeated ths aalouu keeper
beth Cathey to Forest Grove.
“It's meaning la the cause of your ana
Mrs E. White of Salem is visiting
"Yea. Jobu." the man resumed, “your
Mrs. R. It. Carlson tills week.
suspension la canned by the New
The Gresham public scliool ami high
Year'a swear <>ff of that fellow aud
school pupils a ill liavo three days* va*
tbouMndn like tiliu. All over the broad
cation thia week, They will not forget
land. Jolm. countl
nituilwrs of men
tlieir atudiea long fur «elioni will begin
awear off drinking for a year on New
Year'a day Half of them stick tu
tbelr swear off for a wook, and the
The conservatory recently added to
other half, with Just a few except luna,
Font Mclsger's dwelling is certainly
stick tu It fur lau weeka
twu ««eke of January, Jobu, are al
One of the prettiest calenders of Hie
ways tlie two poorest weeks on the
season is the one representing the Gresh
pulillcau'a calendar lie can't pay eg
peliaea; lieuce he retrenchee; heme bo
am drug store.
laya off prudent, industrious young
Miss Rena Knapp was called to Iwr
chat» like you ---bapa with a bit put
home in latuurvlle last week on se
How Ulptherla la Contracted.
l«y. so that they can ataml a little Idle
count of tlie serious illness of ller
Ou« «»(ten hears the expression, ".My nraa without privation"
child cangili a severe cubi which «level
“All right Hut.'' Mid John «ulMIIjr-
Ada IK»ne. youngest daughter of Mr I «>p«i into diplheri*," «hen the truth "but I ain't got nothing l»ut by. and I
think It a a aliain«- that my
and Mrs, C. W. I oaue is quite ill with ; wa* that th« cold had «imply kit the lit*
! lie on* |»artkul«rly •UM-rptibk to the ami Inma-eut l«al>e bare got tu suffer
wandering . dipt Iteri* germ
When at this joyous holiday aeaauu through
M im llsttie Pierce left on Tuesday to t'hamlM»rlaln** Cough Remedy I* given the swear off uf a l-«t of foollob.
»pend the holidays with relatives in It quickly <*urv« the cold ginl l*««en* (he thoughtless uieu. Il duu't aeeitt eight
i danger of diplheria or any other germ nor Just
t|i*ea«e Iwing conlntrUid. Fof *«k by
Miss Jessie Beard an,I Miss Catherine all deakr*
Coisprnt the holidays with relatives lu
I rsmsmlw-r, I rsmsmber
Th* house where I was born
Aad also the Janitor b.11bur butehar w*
Watshing ths Year Out.
Little J. I>. Simms i» quite ill with
baker boy. bool black, elevator man.
Throughout the world the practice of
■near ■ boa
watching the \>kl year out and the
And newsboy Christmas mom
—New Turk tun
Dudley Brownhill is convalescing from new coma In baa txs-u a commou oh
■errancs for many cruturies In tbs
A Christmas Fantasy.
an attack of pnrtiinonia.
monasteries and convents of various •oftly agloam waa the mlelletna
W. G. Cathey and hia step daughter, religious ardrrs It baa always pre
Where wo stood Crum ths rest apart
slung together In mad embrace.
lx-otia Phillip«, returned home
vailed. and several l*roteataut denom- And
Reganllrae ot people or lima ur place
Forest Grove 8alnniay,lN*c. 17.
Inattous observe It aa a beneficial In
And vowed that wo never would part.
stitution, promoting, aa It does, piety
Mr«' Seliweller waa a guest of
Ah. the mad. glad riot that through us
D. M. Catlioy last Monday.
Resolves fur ttis future are u«>t limited
the restraining art
Mies Jennie Colltne, who has Iwrn to our own time, for nearly I lk»» years Of tieHed
comb and brush, lor wo were the pair
temliing sc I kmi I at Clienowith, Wash., ago I'liuy. the scrapbook maker, noted That et>»d tor the last ol an old beau s
waa visiting rvlativM in Colarville Bun in tils quaint tasblou the return of tbs
X '• would have been hgrd Io parti
Saturnalia; made a memorandum that
-Harvey Peaks In llovesalaa
Orland Zeek of Pleasant Home has during lbs cum lug year ba must make
sai-rlflcea to certain g.ala whom tie had
What Did Sha Tall Him 7
niovtsl to Cedarville.
Malwl That near sigillili Mr Wh.tb
neglected and that lu other ways be
Mr«. J. C. Allen entertained a »mall must amend bls Ilfs There la no rec emo actually asked me on Chrletniaa
partv at dinner on Christmas night. ord that he did. so bis New Year night If Hie wreath of Wintergreen In
The evening was very pleasantly spent resolutions were probably forgotten the parlor wax mistletoe.
aa quickly as th«»« made nowadays. — . Alice What dkl you tell hluiY
in playing gaiurs.
Mabel—Why. what could It
Sion Allen spent Christina» in Gresh 8t. Louis Globe-Democrat.
am with hi» parents
Mrs. Big Knighton, who has been
quite ill for some time, is slowly im
II. W. Snaehall wai in town on busi
Dr. Faulkner Short a|s-nt Christmas
day in Gresham.
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. McDonald of
420 Lumber Exchange Bldg.. Portland, Ore.
Walla Walla »pent Christmas in Gresh
am, the guests of Dr. ami Mr*. Short.
Through extensive advertising we have on file in our ofliee hundreds of
Mrs. Me Dona I-1 is nursing little Cather
laltera of inquiry for FARMS. ACREAGE ami TIMBER LANDS.
ine through her sickness.
Gilts rt J-insru-l, of Jonsrud Bro*.,
WE DEAL DIRECT WITH THE EASTERN BUYER
Kelso, was a Gresham visitor on Satur
day and call»l al The Herald ofliee. lie
i We Make a Specialty of Properties along the
report« the business very quiet but g«sxi
Lines of the O. W. P. Railway
demand for Iuinlier
I CALI. GN L'S or send full description.
THE PRICE must be right
A card from Ed w ar,I M Rols-rt* ol
THE LAND must lie as reprvscnUsl.
Welches tells us that Hunch Back
•OHO «»OHO K>OIOl<» O
mountain or Babiy Butte, as it is com
monly called, is covered with »now.
The real name is Pipe mountain.
E«l Aylswortli, who bus spent the
past few week* in looking after business
int rests in eastern Oregon, returned
to Gn-sham last week.
H. A. LEWIS, Proprietor
Wnr. walker a.i<l wife, of Grass
P ortland , O regon
Valley are visiting relatives at the
Offers a g-«sl variety of fruit trees, ornamental shrubs ami berry *
Sheriff Wagner registered at the
Central Hotel last Week.
Write for particulars and price list,
MOKEHOISE. WIEST CO.
Farm and Timber Lands
The Russellville Nursery Company
Subscribe for The Herald.
To the Traveling Public
AIAHE UNDERSIGNED, having recently bought the interests oi Mr. and
Mrs. S. T. Crow in the Gresham Hotel, announce that the place will
hereafter be known by its old name,
We are renovating the building, putting every room in first-class condition
and have made special arrangements for the commercial I rade.
Farmers and others will find home-like comforts and good meals at reason
Your patronage is respectfully solicited.
ROB’T WALKER & SONS,