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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 4, 1908)
SUGGESTIONS FOR }|OLIDAY ^HOPPERS
Everybody is Talking
About Our Special
Troutdale, Dec 3,—There la talk of a
Fairview, Ore , Dee. 3—No particular
liakery lieiug started in Troutdale,
A Stir is being made oner the city elei H ui
very good bakery was formerly located
Victor and Edison Talking Machine» and Record»
here and a building owned by Herman al tins place which will .our M les <
and our PRICES ARE AS LOW MB anywhere in the IJnilml Blates.
i" only one tn ket m ]
Blaser is fitted with a l>ake oven.
Dr. Itoaenlwryer of Walla Walla, and the field, although six aidermen are hi ( I
for the »He. mother, titter or
/ or r/»c Husband or (lentlcinan
Dr. Wagner of Bisikaue have come to lie i-h-ctiil Irmii t ight candidates. This
Troublale and will la> employed as In- , will h. Fairview’a first regular election.
W» have all kinds of pretties,
Nothing would be nicer than a
Spectors in the istckliiglmuae.
Knit Shawls, Fancy Garters,
I he Home hotel haa re .pern d with i
(fold M« »mite« I Moore*« Nou*
Carl Chapman of Portlaml haa lieen
Mi and .Mia Higginbotham again in ,
Toilet Meta, Fancy Dishes, etc.
Leakahle Fountain Pen
visiting ¡needs heie thia week.
Miss Harriet Hublaird returned to
J H. Binger of Portland has opened 1
An endless Variety of
Dallaa Bunday, alter a few days visit
a Imrlier shop here
They have all the goodness and good looks of Suits that
with home folks.
titty' Silk Muffler», Handkerchiefs. Necktie». Etc.
Mr and Mrs. K Thom [won and child- ‘'
oil limiti and arriving
are sold for considerable more.
sale of Christmas gomls in Fox's hall on Jenkin, on .Munday.
We have the best line ol Dry Goods, Notions and Groceries
J. II S. hram viaited hia brother and 1
Mr. ami Mrs. F A. Jette of Champoaf
in thio neck «>1 the wtxxia.
are spending sometime here witli the family at Highland on Munday
Convince Yourself When in Portland Next
I \ Fflgter of Portland con- j
latter's parents, G. N. Reynolds and
Join our Army ol Satisfied Customers and Trade Where
du. Ie<| aervicea at the Smith .Memorial ;
you know you are treated on the square.
Miss Gertrude Fuchs of St. Helen's clmr. b l»al "iinday.
Miaae. I'hriatine John and Rusie Hall ;
I hall Portland, spent a lew days with
"rwtur« ttta avsittuuf
ol I rtlar. i were welcome vialtora here <
, her aunt, Mrs. A. Fox, last week.
George Hctilattner has moved into the the laat of the w eek
Mr, J M. Asin raft viaited Mr. W <
IIulet cottage. Mr. and Mrs. L. ilulet
T. Scott in Portland cn Tuesday.
have moved to Hillsboro.
.Mr» <>. J. Jenkin« haa received word i
G. O. Warden was out from Portland
of the death liy diphtheria of her niece,
' Saturday reuewmg old acquaintance«
I hr- little girl, nine
Mrs. tawis Butler and Mrs. Allred
Stoler of Hillsboro have been visiting years of age, died in Minnesota, but haa i
| spent moat of her life in Oregon Her
SUCCESSORS TO WtLCH & CO.
sweet personality won many frienda for J
A. H. Miller of Idaho haa moved t> . her who will be grieve*! to iiear of her J <
, Troutdale to make hia future home.
223-25 MORRISON STREET
PORTLAND, ORE. < >
Christmas will lie celebrated by the
T B. Howitt ia feeding a fine bunch I
Union bum-ay School with an entertain * of «beep on hia place near here.
ment on Xmas eve.
F. J. Boedefeld haa sold hia 30 acre
Mrs. Wm- Ctosier snd children re farm oil samly road for »10,000 cash.
| land captured second prise as a Japan
turned to Bellwiasl Sunday alter visit
The Ruby Horae company, which haa'
ese. Janie, Taylor took the gentlemen's
ing relatives here for a tew days.
' purchase,« the old Penieton place on the i A pleasant surprise was given Charles
Milton FoX is III with tonsilitis.
llaae Line ruad, the J. O Ilowning farm I'alinblad last Saturday evening in bon- I first prise.
Miss Irene Saunders of Corbett WII" and a part of the Graham farm near or of his birthday. The evening was
Tbe Maccabees gave a fine dinner to
■ Curtis station, will begin the erection of i
, a visitor Imre Tuesday.
games and music and re-' a large number of members and friends
Jess Stafford has taken up his resi-
deuce with Ins sister, Mrs. Henry Rich- The Penieton farm will I»- made into a fresbmeiils were served at a late hour.
; aril son.
Miss Emily I'alinblad returned to I Rev. Creesy held services in Rock
Mrs. A. Selling visited in Gresham on will I h - made into a dairy ranch.
after a few days visit with her wood at 11 a. m. on Thanksgiving day.
Latest refMirts from the hospital in '
The church was well filled.
Portland are to the effect that Mr. ' relatives here.
Miss Nina York visited friends here Cree’s little son, who haa been suffering j
Mrs. Creevy attended dinner at tbe hall.
Thanksgiving, and Wm. Waespe prr-
for six week*, is in a bopeleas condition •
Floyd Lovelace has been on the sick
«■ntsal him with ten pounds of chicken
Mrs. A. Edmonson was a Portland j anil hie death Is hourly expected.
Tltenew Cherryville Methodist cliurch and a big pumpkin.
list for a lew days.
' visitor Tuesday.
The Iwdiea* Society of Smith Memo- •
was de-licati-l Thanksgiving day. An |
Mrs. Lovelace and Miss Bertha Wei
Art Baiter is here from Idaho visit
rial church will bold thair Christmas
Mrs. A. Carr unfortunatly broke
excellent dinner was served during the
land made a trip to the city Friday.
i sale and serve a chicken supper at tbe j arm while walking in the garden.
ing Mr. Hughs.
day and in the evening Rev. B. L ■ Row
j H«nie hotel on next Thursday evening.
C. Hugh and wife of Portland are here
land preached the dedicatory aerwon.
Mrs. Fred Teaman has gone to visit
Mrs. Alma Hall ol Portland and -Mrs.
Floyd Reed spent Thanksgiving in the J. W. Shattuck of Gresham, attended her daughter in Clackamas county.
Prayer was offered by Rev. J. M . Exon a. guest, of lii. parent..
Rockwood School Notes.
Mis. Myrtle Friel i. learning the art ¡city with friends.
grange here on Wednesday.
and Rev. L. S. Chapman rendered some
F. Etling is recovering from bis late
! Mrs. Clara Smith
_ ..i__ returned
Preaching services will lie held in the illness.
tine music The i-hurch will l>e known of dressmaking in Portland.
(Conducted by Geo. Crane)
Mrs. Rosie Wiley who has hail rheu-1 |anj |-'ri,|.y evening, having t sjient the Presbyterian church next Sunday by a j
as the Hannah Exon Memorial in honor
Dexter Quiaenberry has returned to
J. Nix an<l family were exceedingly
supply minister. A regular minister
of Rev. Exon’s mother.
niMiixm foe over • )rar 1« reported •• week with her daughter Ellielyu.
j will tie sent to take up the work here in : surprised by a large chuuk of calf meat j school. He ia in the eighth grade.
Joseph DeShaser made KeV. Chap belter.
Mrs. Anderson «as doing Xmas «hop 'the near future.
given by H. Hansen for Thanksgiving.
A new room haa been added upstairs
man a present of a lot *>l isitatoes on
Mr. and Mrs. B. V. Tapp had their ping in Portland Friday.
O. Bodeen left on Monday for Cali tor the upper grades.
1 baby baptised in tbe new M. E. church
Mis. Mav Walker was a Sunday visit
fornia to visit friends.
The school is preparing to give an en
I on Thanksgiving.
or of Mrs. Clara Smith.
tertainment the day before Christmas.
Miss Elva Andre of Cottrell »as visit-
T. L. Evans was in Portland Friday.
Miss Minnie Shriner has just return
| ing Miss Alma May tie thia week.
ed from a week in Portland.
School started on Monday after a
Mr. Maxwell is slowly recovering
from hie recent injuries.
Sylvester Hall and
Mr. Wirts will give a free lecture in
Mrs. Winnie Brown has been in the '
Mabel Zimmerman were home during
W. E. Markell has about completed
Kelso'« population 01 increased tbe Junker*, hall Sunday, Dac. fl, at 2:3.0
city for a few days.
the improvements on bis new store ad
OW IS THE TIME to get ynur | peat week bv the addition «»I three Everybody invited to attend.
The masquerade given by the grange
Mrs. Christina Johnson is on tbe sick
Mr«. Jim ¡fowler ami Mrs.
Wednesday evening was a decided sue-1
* > U-Girv tin* l|r«l of the ve«r mi l get Frank Irwin are each tbe mother **1 u
list this week.
Frank Townsend is back from visiting
till’ Hl<» PIM’OVNT.
V«»u w ill MW I lx>y «mi .Mr«. Hit« of a girl.
his sister in St. Johns.
flattie Town characters by the maskers and it was 1 George Carter and Mrs. Linuton were
from 00 t»» 110W on evert *n>l<ll** b) ;
for a few . bant for the judgea to award the prise«. I married recently.
ordering before the llr»t
We guaran J
NO 1—Ml Acre» on Yachats, 20 miles days.
tee every ••«Mie to have the twat of ma key to their new mlll-«ile.
1 Miss Grace Kuhl took first prixe as an i
from Waldport; I1, mile «rom aebool.
terial xn<l worktnanahip. Theae waddle« 1
Mrs. Creeay of Fairview spent the | esquimo and a young lady from Port-1 The Want Column will interest you.
40 acres limber, 0 acres cultivated,
are all made right here in Sandy. The) . K. Mt Kinney of Kandy is preparing to
balance bottom easy cleared, low week with various friends in this vfcin-
are made to tit lx»tli lmr«e and man build h home at Kelxo.
I h - iic I i ; go-»! water, fences, "-room itv.
|>oii't buy a factory unddle when yon
house well furnished, lutru 32 x 40;
can get one made by hand f<»r le*a mnnev
When you want a g*mt1 HARNESS g<>
8 head cattle
tn a barneaa «liop—-the Sandy llarne««
NO. 2—1410 Acres joining above, 40 acres
Shop »• a g,M*l |»«a< e
We n«e nothing
Mrs .1 R. Taylor returned Saturday
timber, 40 acres bottom fenced, not |
but ilie verr tw«i California O K tanne»’
years ago, Mary Livermore
We al«» carry wagon apron«,
no building. Bargain
$1,300 add reaving a body of young jteople said,
•lor tn apron«, water-proof horw cover«,
The atork visited the home of O. E.
horae blanket«, winter rolw»«, in fact White and left a «even |K>und boy on NO. fi—72 Acres brush land ; some tim “la-t our young women as well as young e
anvtlung v « hi need in thia line.
ber, soil fair, improvements run men. acquaint themselves with tbe
If you went to get a nice Xn>n pres Thanksgiving.
down; on beach three miles from great questions that engage the atten e
ent, come ami see our fancy hand-carved
$10 per acre.
Wm Hardin and aon
And Ail Other Fresh
tion of our Government, which are dis e
They are gomething doing considerable tsork on the county
everylMMly hasn't got. They will la«t «
cussed in legislatures, congresses and in e
Holiday Goods ....
life tune. Ala»» fancy bell«.
1,000,000 feet, nearly level land, ini-1 the leading («per«. These matters can
"Mrs S. F. White returned from Trout
V. E. HOSBI.RO
provements run down. This is a big be made as fascinating as tbe everlast
P hons , Farmer*« 44x1 KANDY. ORF. dale thia week, where she had Iwen at
liargain at the [irice
$1200 ing novel."
tending the bedside of her aick mother. NO. 7—180 acres, 4 miles from Wald
Tbe need of the hour is undoubtedly
port. on road; 36 acres slashed, 3 a more universal study of social prob-
Fred Taylor and Lloyd Lowe were at
Market Price for All
bums from college for Thanksgiving.
second growth; mostly low bench ■ leina, and all papers having the entrance
Mrs James Pulley of Arleta returned
land, poor buildings ................ $1400 into the homes of thinking people, like
home Monday, accompanied kr her NO, 8 — 40 Acres bench land. 3 miles The Herald has, ia a splendid avenue
step-son, Mack Pullev.
from Wald|>ort, on road; 12 acres through which to extend this education
glass; orchard, poor buildings; good And we feel sure that a column for this
chicken and goat ranch
........ $600 study will be read with great interest
Jacob Schmidt who haa been auffei- NO. 11—Two timber claims. Smiles and profit.
from Waldport............... $4200 each
First of all, what is "Social Science?'1
ing for a long time from cancer of the
14—100 «erss on load two miles It is not law, not political economy, not
stomach, died Thursday. Hia death ia
from Waldport) R0 acres fine cellar
a very sad one as he leaves a large fam
timbar; 12 acres grass and cultiva history, not religion, but is vitally re
Grist Taken at any Time—Quick Delivery.
ily of a wife and several small children
FEED ON HAND
tion; good 7-room house, goivl water, lated to them all. Sociology, ethically
4 cattle, buggy, plows, harrow. Big understood, is simply "love to God and
to provide for themselves and mourn
liargain........................................ $1550 neighbor," and that tbe nation is our
J. F. Wing has sold his sawmill to a NO. lfl — 310 Acres on tide water, Drift neighbor in a broader sense than the
Creek, 4 miles from Waldport; t>0 term ia usually applied, will become
new firm who have taken marge,
acres tine bottom, 30 acres cultivation
and grass, lx I slice brush, low bench very self-evident as one studies the
Waite Crawford was married Weilnes
guml water, house, barn whole problem.
day night. He will live on the John
and other buildings; small orchard;
Now what is the beet method of study?
•••«•••••••••••••• Guntly place.
fine ranch $13 per acre, [xrt time. We should say, first by observation and
Mrs. Alfrotl Johnson has I wen ill for NO. 48—116 Acres on tidewater, 2 miles i collection of facts orderly arranged,
e some time.
from Waldport; 8 acres fine creek carefully noted, with due inquiry into
bottom, fine bench land, fl acres culti
August Mathias ia now a resident in
vated! tine trout stream; mineral I the principles involved in the facts, and
the valley. He haa just completed dig
spring near, Guod small dairy and endeavor to diecover lessons most use
ging an NO-foot well.
fruit ranch; poor buildings, $20 per ful to monkind.
ment of actual conditions of society one
A. Roberton ia busily engaged in
e clearing hia farm.
50c a Cord
NO. 50—40 Acres cedar timber, 4 miles of the first topics to dissect would be
PROTECT YOURSELF AGAINST LOSS BY
from Waldport; timber will more
Moral and Social Functions of
Troutdale, - Oregon e e Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas entertain- < than pay for land and clearing. $30 "The
Education” what are we doing that the
ed a number of friends and relatives
• from Portland on Thanksgiving.
, three-fold man is educated ; are we ed
Phone Farmera 35x2
NO. 8x—HO Acres of large second growth
fir timlier at Niletl Bay.
A good buy ucating one Ivotiily power at the expense
W. Martini haa parchaseil the three-
$1200 of others what about Industrial schools? ' INSURE IN THE
acres adjoining the store for *1000.011
, what about Trade achoola? and w hat ,
cash. Thia ia the highest price ever re- NO. llx—80 Acres on Devil« take.
, ,eeeeeeeeeeee»»eee»eeee»e corded for Pleasant Valley acreage.
Rolling land, unimproved; gootl sum relation ia the criminality of the land to
mer resort property and gooil land I the lack of trade schools etc. what are I
when free of brush..................... $1200 we doing along the line of education in ,
MULTNOM AH GRANGE, NO. 71
Meet« the NO. flx—80 Acres at mouth of Salmon civics? If we fail in this line can we
fourth Halunlay In rvrry month at 10 *) a m ,
river Rolling prairie land, frqe from expect to turn out good citixenship from
In UamptM'll’a hall. Orient
For Eastern Multnomah and Clackamas Counties.
brush. Would make an elegant sum-
('I.AI'KAMAR GRANGE meet« fl rat Saturday
of each month at 10 «0 a. nr, and third Satur
mer home. Good land, price $1200 our educational institution?
day al 7 :A> p in
not the home take a hand in this civic :
Meet« flrat Wrdnra
«lay at 10;«» a. m ; thlr«l Turaday evening at
These are only a few of the good education? If so, how? All these and j
N o'clock, each month.
places we have for sale. Come in or hundreds of other vital questions spring
RUMELLVILLS GRANGE NO AM-Meeta In
up as we enter the door of "Social Eco
| Ruaaellvtlle achoolhouae on the avcond and write and get further information.
fourth Saturday night« in each month
nomics." Shall we enter?
*4»ip R*w Far» and RMra to «• than to
•all at homo. Write for Prie« Liat, Market Report, Shipping Tana, anil about our
EVENING STAR GRANGE Meet« In their
L. II. F. Anntrox,
hall at South Mount I'ntvor on llta fit«! 'dHim
’ GUIDE. XSTEi
«lay of each month at 10 a. m
All vialtora arc
...IM 111,.«™,.., .11 r«r »..-O. Ol
afwwtt Trapnwrt Ssrrsti tVeon, fenp» llvnw I nwn R. .w nnd whorw
haw -me a mf-
Real Estate Office
•• ••»••»«»'EwrvrlnnaXta. Xricw. «S Tr> <mr <*unw>«nera |l
Unto tanna« lata
Meet» m > cond Satur
«nN»« Onr Maenetie toil nnd Itoew attmrta animala »r »rapa. I' •• per fedtU. yhtgywr
dar In »•> h nuinih si 10 tn a. m
Get the habit—Read the Want Ade.
II you are looking tor a gift for the Wll<tl.E FAMILY there ia nothing
Nicer Than a Talking Mat-bine.
We have the
BORNSTEDT & RUEOO
IHE AMERICAN CLOTHIERS
This is what
get in Sandy
Seeded Raisins, Cleaned Currants
Orange, Lemon and Citron Peel
J. W. Benecke
BORING ROLLER AND
CHOPPING AND ROLLING
A FULL LINE OF MILL
SUN-DIAL FEED MILL
Gasoline Wood - Saw
OREGON FIRE RELIEF ASSOCIATION
John Brown, Rockwood, Agent
i; Wood Saw ■
W. F. OREER