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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 23, 1908)
The Linnemann Farm at Linnemann Junction on the O. W. P Ry..
4 1-2 miles West of
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30
DAIRY COWS, HORSES AND FARM MACHINERY, CONSISTING OF:
Head of First-Class Dairy Cows
Pure Bred Holstein Bull, Age 2 1-2 years
Head of Yearling Heifers
Head of Horses
Registered Poland China Boar
Berkshire Shoats, 4 months old
1 Set of Double Work Harness
12 3-8 Milbum Wagon
1 Farm Truck
1 One-horse Wagon
1 70-bu. Ross Manure Spreader
Hoover Potato Digger
Evans Potato Planter
Planet Jr. Two-horse Cultivator
J. I. Case
Woodsaw. 5 h-p Stover Gasoline Engine
John Deere Sulky Plow
Cutter, 10-L Blizzard
Myers Pump and 40 ft. of pipe
Hay Car and Fork
No. 2 DeLaval Cream Separator
2-bottle Milk Tester.
And Other Articles too Numerous to Mention.
The Machinery is All New and in First-class
Also 40 ton of Hay for Private Sale.
All Sums Under $10, Cash; Over $10, Six Months’
at 7 per cent per annum on approved notes.
Cars Leave First and Alder Streets at 7:15 and every two hours thereafter.
W. S. WOOD,
R. H. SCHOMP,
Mr» O. K. Additon has just returned
from a trip through southern Oregon.
Miss Maud Daruall left for Sanaa
Lillie May Locke, daughter of Spenc
er Locke was married to Vincent K.
Tichenor of Clatskanie, on Wednesday
They were marriec in Sellwood by Rev.
Mr Hommill has l«en confined to hie
bed the past week due to nervous shock
Mrs. Hyde, of Irvington, was visiting
her sieter. Mrs. Geisler, Monday.
Dona Paul entertained her friend* on
Saturday afternoon, at a party in honor
of her Htb birthday anniversary.
Mr*. Ida Johnson ha* been suffering
from quinsy for several days.
George Spring, Sr., left for Auburn,
Cal., Thursday night to visit tiis sister
whom be has not seen for 27 years. He
expects to Ire back home for Christmas.
Mrs. Davis, recently from Oklahoma,
is the new teacher at Lente.
take up her new duties Monday.
Rev. Zimmerman and wife spent
Thursday evening with his mother, prior
V> his departure for Pendleton, where
they are moving.
Mr. W ickatn moved into his house on
Main street, Thursday.
Lents ha* now a school of fi'teen tea-
chers ami over 5ii, pupils. What alsiut
the people who opi>oeed a six-room an
nex two years ago?
How long would
their proposed two rooms have gone’
It is singular how far our old time resi
dents miss the mark in estimating the
public needs and development.
that estimate was undoubtedly liased on
their experience, and that being narrow,
of course resulted in a conclusion far
below the mark.
The Eilers Piano House hail one of
the most attractive exhibit* of pianos
and talking machine* at the Grange
Fair. These were viewed and admired
by many people including music teach
ers and music lovers. Each one ol
these instruments was »elec tn I by the
house.' exjiert for exhibition and hence
there can 1« no question a. to their
quality. Mr. J. P. Simonson, special
salesman for the house. is in the field
to dispute of these lieautiful instru
ments. He says the house will give on
these the same low price and easy terms
given the thousands of buyer* during
their big «ale in August. This is sfiecial
and should be taken advantage of at
The car service at lent* is on the
bum. No other place on the line has as
poor conenctions as lente Junction.
Fully half the time, Mt. Scott car* fail !
to meet the through trains and waits
are causes thereby varying from ten
minutes to an hour.
It is hard to tell
who is running the service out here,
Mr. Fuller or the carmen.
to go when they like, turn back when
they get tired of going on, and “the
I public lie darned.” Such institutions .
place at tl e corner of
are supposed to lie run for the public
Cherry street and Lowell Valley Road,
i convenience, but not so here.
We have been interested to note the han l»een »old and ti e house enlarged
generally disorderly condition of street* and is now being occupied by a man
and back yards in the Mt. Scott busi from Sellwood.
ness sections. Tin cans, old jm|»-r*, hay,
Mrw. Welch haa stored her household
boxes and other unmentionable thing*
are *o prevalent a* to go without com- goods in her new houwe and joined her
| ment and the health officer, too, is hav hunhand in North Yakima.
ing his sav.
.Mr, and .Mr». Snider of Boring were
Do you patronize the library stationed in»[>ecting their property at the corner
in your midst? Paper*, magazines and Cherry and Woodbine Sis. la-t week.
book* for the asking. The evenings are
Lawrence Rickert had quit«* an accid
growing long now and there is lots of
ent lant week.
He got »tailed on the
tin e for reading.
Visit the library to
1 see what they have if for nothing more, track while crossing at 23« I street, in
and when going, carry down your back a milk wagon. A car struck him liefore
numls-r magazines. They will be up-to he was aware, and struck the horse: the
date for someone else.
animal was thrown thirty feet but the
[000 and the second but $100,000 less occupants of the wagon were left unin*
than that. Connecticut spends the lar jured hut astonished.
Million a Year For Roads.
Mr. White is now putting the roof on
Connecticut still leads in the good gest amount per capita for g<xd roads
roads movejnent as a state. She was by far. the only other states whose his new house.
.Mr. Brentnell has moved into his new
the third to get into It, New Jersey total annual appropriatloris are larger
lie I ng the first, four years liefore her. Islt.g New York, with $5,000,000, and house in Montavilla.
and Massachusetts the second. In 1888. Pennsylvania, with $1,500,000. but both
Mrs. C. Bolster’s father, who is suff
Now Connecticut spends $1,000,000 a states are vastly larger than little ering from paralysis is very low ami not
*-e«r «bile the first socnds but $000.-
exacted to live many days.
.M. Rickert and wife visited the form
er’s sister, Mrs. Anderson, east of Ore
gon City this week
Roy Rickert ami family, from Gage,
are living at JMi Cherry street.
.Mrs. A P. Hill of Upper Albina,.visi
Sunset Magazine offers the readers of thia paper the beat opportunity
ted her parents here last week.
of the year
Walter Noble is hauling lumber from
REVIEW OF REVIEWS .
»’ °0) ALL FOR
Portland for Grandpa Hibbard.
SUNSET MAGAZINE ....
.Mr. Almstine, proprietor of Mt. Scott
WOMAN S HOME COMPANION
laundry is making regular trijni .Monday
with your order, a beautiful premium, a 75-page book
ano FREE illustrated in four colora with 123 Western view«.
and Thursday to Troutdale.
; « $3.00
C. L. Crenshaw ami family ar* now <ic-
copying their naw house on Roberts
The J*l<, Hashimoto, who killed a
fellow ma» in sell-dviense. ha. bwu ex
onerated by th,» court.
Bert Thomas ia in eastern Oregon in
conq«ny with T. R. Howitt.
Karl T«>wn*en«l left tor McMinnville
last Satunlay.ealleil there suddenly hv
the illness ami ilea-.b of hie gramllatHer.
Frank Woalell returned home from
the icy regions of \la»k* this wevk alter
I spending the summer there.
see Frauk back again and that he is
' able to ply his old trails about town—
The Itemocrata will hold a rally here
some time next week.
Several cases of smallpox are re|>orted
in the vicinity of llocan.
and Bcegle families twuig afflicted and
Don't fnrfet the auction sale st Duly',
livery t>arn Tuesday
Mrs. M 1‘tneo and family left for Top-
penicb. Wash. Wednesday to join her
ntwliaiid and make their home there.
They were accompanied by Mr. Vinco's
mother. Mrs. A, i'lneo,
NO BETTER INVESTMENT
6resham Undertaking Parlors
t'XIIKXTAKIXU AMI RNHAl-Mtmi
All Work Fir*t (’las*.
Hss . 1«.
Wanted, For Sale, Lost, I. V (MtRT. MOP
All L h ' r I fttlvvrllsemetUs aro run under this
head mi the ralv ut ONK « KNT A hUHU FIKHT
: Livery .Feed & Sale Stable:
INHKHTtON . 8UtNHM|Ul'Ht lUbcrtlous will I m ’
uimi I«' tin n to Ju worth tor Idwnls. mitt»*'
ttehlt |«»r Ift vents, .*» to in worth fur Ju t rule
No m <I pulthaht'tl fur hss than 13 »rills
i'a*h In MttvMiivv vxt v|i| lit rvguhr a«tv»rlhvrs
If )ou liavr aii)thliia I»» svll, or wish to bur
ainililna, ur hate lo«i aiqililng. I'HY A
” w A N r A1» ” In I hi« cohituii The results will
surprise yuu. < a»h ur ptMiaav slataps
Our readers who are considering a
|>iano purchase mar find a latrgaln by
conferring with Mr Simonsen, repre
senting the Eilers piano house.
still hare some of those pianos exhibit-
al the Fair in tiresham to lie disposed
Some person, presumably by accident,
carried away a jar containing a sample
of spelts, a grain somewhat similar to
wheat, in the cleaning-up at the Fair,
whoerer got it would confer a great fav
or on the owner by leaving same al The
Iton't forget to patronise the live in
stitutions— those that advertise m their
Carl Shattuck says he has sold quite
a lot of lumber used in the temporary
slock shell* at the Fair grounds and yet
there is more of it to be had at a bar
Mrs. Chas, Gedamke was a business
caller one day this wee k
returned from a visit in the east.
C. H. Iksvis and (a nily have moved
into E Bchwedler's c iltage on Powell
All Rot*'ksh* are requested to meet
for practice ou nest Tuesday, October
27, at 2:30 p. ui.
Dr. A. Th<>ui|**on returned this week
from a short visit to Elgin and 1st
Mr. Rusher'* hon*e in Thompeon's
Addition is nearing completion and lie
hopes to move into it the first of next
The directors of the Gresham Library
association are planning a Hallowe'en
social for Saturday night, < At. 31st, »1
the Grange ball, for the la-netit of the
Gresham reading-room. There will lie
games. Hallowe'n tricks, refreshments,
etc. Admission free.
I>r. McCormack of Portland, assistant
county physician, was in Gresham Fri
day morning looking after the health of
the community at Hogan Station.
Big republican meeting tonight at the
grange hall. Everybody come
Plumbing •»«> Gan-Fitting
PIGS for sale.
: Expressing, Draying TF ::
Sec Chas. Cleveland,
.. utili si ruiwip
CORDWOOD. FOR SALE
Live. 91; dead $.3. Delivered in Gmeh?
am and Troutdale.
.Ill suumL Phone
Frank Gustafaon, Greaham.
Branch Office. «26 F Ft- Washington. D. C.
Read the “Want Ads.” Your
Wants Supplied on page 8.
JEWELER and OPtKIAN
—Distributing Station for—
ANO CENTURY. PREMO ANO HAWK EYE
KODAK AND CAMERA M'l’PLIEH
Shoring of llorsra
Feet a Hprvialty.
House Plaster TK IHT
Orvheafra SHwtIon«, Mln»trvl Mhos«. t»r
r« <| < «.m » rt» hii «I Famotiw apevvli
Al.I. WINTLH if )••»»« haw one uf «»ur
TIME T»» Bl Y-
<>l It PRICES TODAY
AT CITY PR I CHS
STATIONERY OF ALL KINDS
F. W. FIELDHOUSE
TWO 5-ACRE TRACTS
a hendenmely tllnatrate«1 weeklg. Larreet efr
miatlon of any erlen»iflc Journal. Termfc. | i a
»»mr • f»»ur month«, |1. Sold by ail newtdealera.
MRS. S. T. CROW. PROP.
• I x UTQOD FOR BALI
Sound and seasoned
On ground at the
Cottrell school, 7flc |»rr tier.
at reasonable rates
Boring, Route I
Mag«,««*, th* «*ii
«»•••/IN*. 1 y »Mab ••
•r*- ai t* ta
uai*s I m «••* year ts t
Mlsll » Mafttias «•«
»■*.* «*ag I m th* |*t- •
Ail •• »>•««$ »ay airswt i
M.< ail • la «ha« I« bas
»«■*• au»« tll«va than
any 14ha» la-ha-s tata . a
atn« In th* •••sM
•a« h»."i' rv always > m *
Al* at <rot vM- *
RESTAURAIT IN COIIICTIO»
FOR SALE — 40 acres liinlw’r land,
AI cordwood proposition.
2lliiconls. 2 miles from railroad siding GRESHAM.
Price $24<O; |!4<i)down, lalance terms
Addreoa G. N. Hagar, Gresham.
h «nd dsssrfptlon mar
HttlPtalr aar^nain otir optnloti fr«« whether an
iitvantlon la probably patentable. <'omw»nnlre-
twSrwtHrtly^nflnentlMl HANDBOOK rmfatenu
wnt free. «»Meet agency tor sen«ring peleriix.
Patents tafcen throueh Munn A < o. receire
ri'rfi««, without charge, In the
FoR SALE—Gasoline New wood«aw.
Enquire II. Duuthit, .’S miles N. E
Of ' «rrsham.
The Montavilla free reading room will
give a <’arnival of Nations Ot t. 30. Girl*
will be dressed in native ostum«’« ami
serve national r«dr«-hment* from booths
tastily decorated in national colors.
American national songs will he rend
ered by the children ami a voting eont-
<*st on the beat fcatiir«* of the evening
will le- conducted. The master of «•«•re
monies will I* dressed ns I’ncle Sam.
A general invitation is extended.
U<> TV THK
3 horsepower, flmt vlasa rendition, suit
able L»r Woodsaw or Separator. Ad-
tlrrsn II. W. Ikmkrl, Milwaukie, Ore.,
FOR SALE ('HEAP’
Applv J X Clanalian. I» i \ i -
sion street, <$r«mham.
for d Good S<|Udrc Medi
steam boiler and eni . ine
B»'r<»nvln«*e<l <’aH and hear the new Hvc
<»r<lM u hen In town.
HARD WOOD FOR SALE
11 ?’• a ti«-r d. Iiwrel
J. H. HOSS
Or will ex< badge (or
real estate, entire stock of Notion Store
Ih»tng go»*! business. See
Mm. I. McColl, Gresham, Ore.
The Gresham Real Estate
If onr friend* <>n Boring rout«-« will
drop us a can! we will arrange thain on
the ¡»roper routes and tliu* improve the
WAN l‘EI> — Sun-esa
quires the service« ol a man tn Gresh
am to look after expiring aubacriptiuns
and to secure uvw businvsa by means of 3-to llibliard Htrovt,
methods unusually effeeiive;
|n»«iitioii |N*rnianeiit; prefer one with
rX|MTirncr, but would consider any aje
plicanl with gotal natural tpialitlrati<»ns
Would likv l<> tig uro <>u your work
Salarv 1150, per day with commission
Address, with i r fere ores, R.
C. l‘urti*vA,k, RtMitn 102, Hucceaa Magaaoic
Hldg , New York
Grand Bull al Met/qer’s Hall.
Given on Saturday evening, November Several g<*«l farm* fron 21 to H» > «cri-*
7, by Franck’s 4-piece <»r<-h«*»»ira <»f Port
land. Four grand cash prir.es! First
lady an«l gent, for waits and two-step.
Judges to be •»dected from th«* audience.
E d . .Mrraigit. .Manager.
H. W. liMliRY, Prop'r
I.*», iM.utw .■ i 'I ioiis Cf,<hia On
Road supervisor, G. W Kennev, baa
had a force ol men raising the walk and
WANTED \T ONCE!
tilling in the street in front ol the Carl- I’Mh) farmers, and others, to auliecribe
son block on Powell street.
for th«* Iw’st home werklv, the Reaver
A steam road roller passed through State Herald
Special, ¡5 months for
town Wednesday on its wav east of here II 50
for use on the newly graveled roads.
WANTED- Fr«M*h milch cows and
Another week and no street lights to
T. R Howitt, Greaham,
light the cross-walks and dark streets.
A land of shout ;*> mules jx.sed
through town tins week on their way
W VNTED —To pasture horses or
east o t here.
rattle. Enquire of Tom Howitt, Grcsh-
The game warden wa* out Sunday in
vestigating report* ol violation of the
F or KALI
. I i; IDE—Merchandbe
game laws and it is said arrests will fol- stock, building ami cash trade.
rated in prosi»eroua, growing rotinlry
Little liovie I k>ane and Georgina uiihgiMwi r«*a«I Connertiona.
Hamlin, who are suffering with typhoid telephone, 4x1 Gresham.
fever, are little imp roved thia week
Highest price |Mti»l tor fresh cows
Grandpa I*« via, father of C. II and
Zurflueh Bros , 1 ruts, Ore.
II E l*at is. is very ill at the home of
The government crop report for Aptfl
shows that there was on band in the
country March 1. 190H. 37.1 ¡ mt cent of
last year’s com crop, or 1)62,429,000
bushels; 23.5 per cent of the wheat
crop, or 148,721.000 bushels, and 35.5
Can be made just now than to stibeeribe for the BEAVER STATE HERALD per cent of the 1907 oat crop, or 207,-
You can afford to Keep abreast of the times! Be informell.
D. W. METZGER
Staple and Fancy
Groceries, Flour, Feed