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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 16, 1908)
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Fred I). Flora
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IVI Morrison Street
Near l*»p'« Kwetaurant.
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Pit »SAMI lUIMl
“I'lie Orient w I kmi I npenr<l mill wiu-li a
lailfi' atli'iiilanc« that 0»r.'«- teailiera
wi-rn inwiiilli'ieiit an a fourth, Mi>> Flor*
once liniiiil ul Moiilavilla, liaa u | h > i >«*<I
Hie remaining room a> woml primary
Tiie «■hoot now l>»» four
leacliera ami an en-rollmrnt of I"»» pup-
Ila. The li'atTii'ra are giving goal satin-
Rev. Creesv lielil Ilia Aral service» of
the year ou Sunday evening with a largo
I atlemlance. All wore well pleaaeil ami
I it is thought ho and Ida good wife will
■ lie a great help to thia community.
Mr. and Mr». Cannon entertained
the following guests over Sunday Mr.
and Mr». Kiser and Mr Rader of Port
land. Mrs. Hunter and Miss Hunter of
Mrs. E. M ltougla»», “The Watlle
Queen" and daughter, Irene. s|ient the
live day» of last week at the Fair at
The new addition to Martell*» »tore
1» about completed.
Mr» Thun i» spending a few daya
with her mother in Portland.
Thun spent Sunday with her.
1 Rev. Coleman tills hia regular ap
pointment» at the chapel every Sunday
Mrs. S. E. Roberta of Itullrnn was
visiting in Pleasant Homo Wednesday.
The ladies* Home Mission met with
Mrs. Ickler this week.
Mill % mil«’ rii*t Kelso
II. Tattle of
hern tUliing i*>r cr*»|»|>lv».
Mr». I II. lCt««l wa» in the city lam
Fro« I Should bad the niisf >rtun<» to
lo»v hit Imm, hay. grain, wagon and
Market Price for All
buggy by lire la»i Wedneoalay.
Madam«» < Iminlx tlain and Kincaid
drove t*» .Montavilla last Monday.
Mra M. E, Iteed has painted her res-
(delict* .mil store building which adds
greatly to the
anev <>( our city.
The Misses Blackball of Portland
were guests of Eva Read from Frida)
M ind Abbie Strtra spent Saturday and
FEE!» ON HAM»
Sunday in Portland.
Mrs. Lucy Kincaid was a Bunday vis
itor at F. II. Reed’«.
Mi. and Mrs. tiro. Chamberlain cele
brated their wedding anniversary Sun
Otiti. day. The invited guests were; Mr and
Mra. Ijtughlin, Mr. and Mra. B. llulit
an<l Mra Clara Smith.
The many friends of Miss Stella And
erton will l*e ¡»leased to learn that stir
is recovering from her recent illness
Mrs. Oatrand is visiting friend« in thia
Mrs. Corbett of Portland is spending
a few days nt her beautiful summer
50c a Cord
home near here.
Mias S|>encvr was quite Imdly injured
in a runaway while returning from the
Phono Farmer» 35x2
fair last Saturday in company with
Mr. Flury of P«>rt!»in I spent Sunday
wIth his family livre.
Itev. Soule will preach nt the school
ImuM* Sunday at 3 p. m.
BORING ROLLER ANO
Gasoline Wind - Saw
: Wood Saw ’
FIR WOOD 50c
H Wood Sawing •;
50c Per Cord
Quickest Chmpeit and Beet
; ; Call or phone
’* Phone, ¡!M. Res , Main Street ,,
i, hi 'ii \M. ORB.
J. A. CARTHON
Wagon nd Carriage Work
T toi timi . ic , Ore , Oct. II- Miss < elect
Alban of btdlwood, s former truebvr
hers. vi«it«H| on Saturday and Sunday
with Mr« Frvd Zitnmsrman
pH»«* imrty wu l«ndcrt*d her by rlevrn
of b«*r former pupils They were: Sal
ins Fui, Margery Hampshire, Ixmise
and Josephine Helming Gracaand I ji I u
Mickley, I/) I a and Eva Stevens, Bertha
find Thtdma llummvli and Ihdlsli Zim
Worthy grand matron, Mrs. Jennie
Iteenis ami worthy grand Chsplain,
Mrs. Mary Scott Myers, werr entertain-
ci hv Troutdale chapter, order of Eaat*
«rn Slur Isxt Saturday evening, A han- .
quat was spreml in honor of the guests
and the evening pleasantly spent
The glaxiers are putting in the glass
front In the Weinhard tuilding this
week and the building will lie ready for
occupancy in a few days.
W W Wbitaer of Multnomah, Ore.,
visited at the home of Mrs Francis Al
Mrs Fred Zimmerman is entertaining
her brothers, W. L. ami M. J. Billan of
Walla Walia, Waah.
B. Vote has purchased the Harlow
house and lots on the hill in the west
part of town
Mrs. Voee has l>een
elected teacher for the third and fourth
George Schlatter of Portland has pur
chased the blacksmith shop from James
Latham and has moved his family into
the house vacated by Peter Peterson.
Mr. ami Mrs. E. J. Know were guests
of Mr. and Mrs. J. I Funk Sunday.
11. Baumann, wife and daughter of
Portland were Sunday guests of S. S.
luAgan ami wife.
Frank Brammagan and wife have
moved into the Williams house west of
Mrs. 1» It Griffiths, Mrs. !>. Rich
ardson and Miss Myrtle Gritlitbs spent
Sunday in Portland.
Mr ami Mrs. Walter Smith of Pam-
SM*ua visile«! Mrs. Francis Allard last
Mi«« Mrtl»«d Reynolds, who has been
ill at her home here, littf recovered and
returned to her work in Portland.
Mra. Lixiie Owens has g*»ne to Seattle
to make h« r future home after several
weeks stay with her parents her«*.
Rev Stewart of Salem preached his
rtrnt sermon here last Sunday evening.
Ray ami Jay Moore were out from
Portland to visit their mother Sunday.
Mrs M. Allan! Metcalf spent Sunday j
wrilu relatives here.
G E. Reynolds haw purchased the
budding his butcher shop is in.
P. Gwens am! wife have g««ne to Port
land to reside.
Mias Eva Bristol of Porlaml !s visiting
at the home uf her aunt, Mias Nancy
F. ikvi »», Ore., Oct, 14—Rev. frees,
ba» mssuiii «.,) charge of the Methodist
church ol the Meth'.list church arel i»
moving hi» faiinly into the |mr»oiiage.
J O. I»avi» is moving from the Meth'
odist |iarNoiiage to the room» at the rear
of hl. store.
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A I.. Htone i» liaving a new Imrn
built ou hl» place in the east part of tiie
W. Ellison i» serving on the Gram)
Jury. Mr. Hogmere ia here tilling his
CLEONE OR FAIRVIEW
place as agent of the O. R. A N.
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Mr Glove of Fulton visited hi» .laugh
ter, Mr» J. Liiiher, here laat week.
David Butler of Renter Rock, ba»
been visiting at the home of Wm. But
Mr». E. Hmith entertained the I.adiea
society of Hmith Memorial church last
Oriu Taken at any Time—Quick Delivery.
Rev. W. T Nsott lias moved his fam
ily to Albany where lie has taken up hie
new work in the ministry.
WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF MILL FEED
Mrs Hcott have faithfully served the
Smith Memorial Presbyterian church
here (or the |>a»t seventeen years. Mr»
Scott has been superintendent ot the
Market Price Paid for Grain
Sunday school during the entire time
Mr. Scott also had ehsrge of the work
at Hurlburt and Butyler and through
his efforts a new |M>ar church has just
bsnn completed st Hurlburt.- Miss Lucy
Higgins, a sister of Mr» Scott, has also
been a very diligent worker in the
church and »lie too leaves a large circle
of Iriemi», In order to show apprecia
tion lor the faithful services of Mr. and
Mr». Scott, a paper stating the fact and
signed by the entire community, was
•ent to the 1'reabytary.
J H. Schram is moving to bis bouse
on Cedar street.
Wm. Stevens of Montavilla visited at
$10 to $35
the home of F. Moore.
Mr. Lumluugli of Salem has »reen via-
Aew- and Complete Line of
itiug Ins .laughter, Mrs. J. A. Cartbon.
Mi». R. W. Wilcox and daughters,
Alla and Daisy, were here Sunday from
Fortlan I. Miss Alia came out Friday
and assisted in the Fairview Grange
Fine Line of
program rendered at the Grange Fair at
Mi»»es Ruth and Eva Jackson of
Portland spent Sunday with their
grandparent», 11. B. Perkins and wife.
Mrs. Anna ll.-iny and children of :
Portland have been visiting relatives *
Mi»» Hattie Stapleton of Portland
“American Clothiers’’ Successors to Welch & Co.
vitiled relative, here Saturday.
223 MORRISON STREET
CHOPPING AND ROLLING
SUN-DIAL FEED MILL
Fall and Winter Goods
Shoes and Furnishings
Norris= Baker Co
O. W'estlund went to Portland on a
business trip last Monday.
J. C. W ilson has bought E. A. Graf's
lsiu Gould and family have moved to
F. Salsman is running an engine at
Burkholder A Gebhardt’s mill. J. Nix
is also employed there.
Read the “Want Ads.” Your A. Gaulits ia re-»bingling his bouse.
Wants Supplied on page 8.
Frits Shultz burned down last week.
Mia» Christie Burkholder leaves Sat
urday for Corvallis where »he will enter
the Oregon Agricultural college.
The apple crop has bean gathered
Many attended the Grange fair from
this week ami it is exceptionally good. this locality ami all were amazed at the
Mr. Kinnison and family, who have agricultural displays.
been living on the Baker place during
the |»Hat year, will move to Baker City
Mr. C. Cathey and Miss Jessie Fran
S Si rebin and E. Olson have installed
acetyhne lights in their farm building? cis of Gresham ,|>eni Sunday at the
w hich have proven very satisfactory and George Lusted home.
others are plvining to install the same.
Rev. and Mrs. Creesy visited several
Th«* new minister. Rev. Mr. Stewart, families ill tins neighborhood last Mon
will lh»ld servievs in the Harriett Ihf! day.
church Sunday morning.
lx*t us vn-
Max D.ivies of Sandy visited with his
I. uh w • it .t Lu j ¡ru ndain .•
broihei. 1.. A. I avies Sunday.
Mis. Huke and Mrs. Strvbin are en
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Creswell visited
tertaining their cousin, Mrs. Pixley. It Mr. and Mis. R. .Miller Sunday.
la her tirsl visit to Or«g<>n and she is
Mra. I.ckcnberger of Washington,
very favorably impressd. Iler home visited her sister, Mrs. R. Neibauer. re
is in Jackson, Michigan.
Our school gives a gtaal rv|H>rt fur the
Mr. and Mrs. R. Miller are now living
first month. Miss Jmly is principal in their new home on the pipe line
and Miss Abler piimary teacher.
Mrs Grieves of Oregon City is visiting
Among the visitors in Melrose this her mother. Mr». Neibauer for a few
w*«ek we noticed Mis. Oceanna Baker, days.
Rev. l'olemnn preachc» ut t'ottrvll Mr. ami Bromly and Miss Geratle ul
e»ch Sumlay morning ut II o’clock.
C. A. limitili buleherecl u veni whieli
M Pulley brought out a load of mer
weighed, dresaed, MI II».
chandise from Troutdale last Friday for
Clifford Schnciiler inaile u visit to hi»
The Scotch dancers at the (¡range (air
home ul Cottrell.
Ihd> Mabry is helping Thomas Day do
were guests o( Mr. and Mrs. W. il.
Wiinl St. John moved to N. Ili-din'» Siiashall Saturday evening ami Sunday. J some biasring and clearing.
Julius Elsner took Mr». Hnure to
John Wildee is still a very sick man
John Dickinaon i» working for R. at the Portland Sanatorium.
Sandy Saturday where she was met by
her sister,Mrs. Basler and both left for
J. Z. Olson and G. il. Richey carried
Mr. Burgnan I» building a houae on off a number of prizes on their fruit at their home in Portland.
Two director» of the school board vis
the Grange fair.
Mr. Brooka i» to btiild a new house
Mr. Potter and son, Claude, have ited th« school Friday afternoon, J. R.
Taylor and Win. Hardin.
opened a meat market in part of the
Mrs. Earl White is able to be around
II. Inlow will reni hi» fartn bere and Moore »tore building.
It is real neat
Imild in Lenta.
Al Martin is making pickets to fence
Multnomali Grange give» a talented
Mr. Butler lias returned from a visit
entertainment in W. O. W. hall thè 24th in Kansas and thinks Oregon is good his four-acre ranch.
of thi» month.
Miss Laura Burkholder, the teacher
enough (or him. He is now serving his
here, spent Saturday at the Gresham
Athletic» at No. 2 hall on Wednesday time on the jury.
W. H. Snaahall has been very ill the fair, returning to Aims Sunday.
pa»t week but is recovering.
Valtie Siiashall received first prize on
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SERIAL STORY, "A POLITICAL landmap painting at the Grange (air.
The parent« of H. V. A. Carpenter
George Fell is employed on the are guest« of Hasel wood farm, having
made the trip from Pennsylvania for a
Story of the Hour I
Read it I Beaver State Herald at Gresham.
GOLD WATCH FREE!
winter's visit with their son and hi» week’s trip to Tillimook county, having
enjoyed the outing immensely. They
Mr». B. Boyle and children wese vis [ report lot» of game. The »oil is good
itors of their people, the Cumming» and the locality is good for »beep but
markets hard to reach.
family, on Saturday.
F. N. Souvigner of Montavilla placed
Ijiczl hunter, are having average luck
in this vicinity, the game being timid the successful bid for tbe Buckley
schoolhouse. Work will soon begin.
and hard to bag.
The old Kirkwood place on tbe side
Visitors at Arnspigsr lodge during the
past week were, Mr. and Mrs. R. j road ha, been rented to young people
Stephen» of Portland, and Dr. and Mr». for a ter m o* years.
Mrs. Stanton's residence has taken on
Hill of Montavilla.
nice coat of paint. Her daughter,
Neighbor Friese is digging a well.
Taylor avenue i» literally “dry,” water Mrs. F. Duebert, and baby girl, were
her guests on Monday last.
being at the lowest mark.
An auto driven by a young couple
came to grief on our road receutly, the
machinery not being understood. Tbe
young man jumped carrying the lady
with him, both escaping uninjured.
The auto fared badly.
A partv of four, J. C. and Roy Buck
lev, J. Davis and Arthur Languth of
Portland, recently returned from a
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