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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 29, 1909)
UüL Sandy Hotel
Commercial traila solicited
Clean I mh I s and good meals
itti Stable ii CuMcliq
CAHPER JUNKER, Prop.
aira have taken to leaving wood «bed®,
baron bids giMal-bya to amok« houses,
fruit to its b«rth in the cellar, etc. If
Die culprit lias not already got his
Frank Ahnerl of Blse.1 shook bands •Hpply tor the winter h® had foller be a
littlu cautious lor people ar® sitting up
«Illi friends around town Tuesday.
an<l taking notice.
Ilomer Moulton of Pleasant Home
wss a Handy visitor Tueodav.
Hadding Russ.ll and Al Emily of Cor-
Mrs. Ellen Gulches has been visiting
belt have gone to work for the Firwood
her mother at this place, which she bad
Edward F. Bruns returned last week not seen tor seventeen years ami baa
from an extended trip over the United now gOM back to her home in the Pal-
Htatee ami Europe, having been gone ’ ouse country.
a year. Mr. Bruns has many Interest
ing tilings tn relate but says that Handy
la the one spot of all must favored by
The Firwood Lumber Company h
making things hum and then mill it
running full blast. let the rest folio«
suit ami there will be something doing
around Hamly the coming spring.
Mrs. A. G. Bornstedt and sou lieorgie
visited at Gresham Tueeday.
J. G. fteShaser of Firwood made a
return tiip to Oregon City Tueeday.
Troutdale, Jan 20—Mrs, C. A. Hewitt
Fairview, Jan. 28—The new waiting
I is attending a few days In Portland.
room and freight depot being built by |
Mr. Metcalf has returned to bis home the O. W. P. here, is nearly completed.
The Company is now handling a large
In Pullman, Wash.
Mrs. J A. Larson is visiting with hsr express Itusiness and expect to increase
their freight business. A combination
mother at La too re 11 Falla.
express ami |mssenger car has Iweu
Mrs. L. A. Harlow gavs a partv for
fl I ted up for thia line and is kept at j
the little |ieople in honor of her eon
Troutdale at night, leaving there at A: 15
Hamuel’s sixth birthday last Friday.
in the morning and making hourly tripe
Mrs. Carrie Holt visited Mrs. L. Kam to Portland throughout the day.
mer at Fairview on Wednesday.
Mr and Mrs. Lamar of Rupert, Ido., i
W A. MacMillan, head book-keetier are visiting at the home of the latter’s |
at the ¡«eking plant, has been trans son, W. Ellison.
ferred to Hen Francisco.
_Mrs. R. W. Wilcox spent the latter
Albert Kraus of la Grande, Or., has part of last week visiting here.
been visiting relatives here this week.
Frank Fox and bride have been spend
Mrs. Hiuimons returned to her home ing a few days with Mr. and Mrs Moore.
at Tacoma, after a short visit with her
A. L. Htone has moved onto bis farm
sister, Mrs. Eaton
which waa rented to H. N. Maxey lb®
A. H. Milne is down from The Dalles. l«st year. Mr. Maxey will occupy lb®
The many friends of Dr. F. H. Lwk, J resilience vsested by Mr Htone.
who was pastor of Evangelical church i
Mrs. Werd Evans of Hurlbort has
liers, will be grievad to learn of his ser been visiting her parents, H. B. Perkins
ious illness at Beaverton.
Glenn McIntyre made a business trip
Rev. Creesy is conducting a aeries of
to Portland on Monday, coming tiack on
very sm-ceoeful meetings in the M. E.
Tuesday. He lias filed on a homestead
Ichurch. Rev. Delly, a Bunday School
claim on a piece of land adjoining his . The recent storm did little damage
missionary, preached here last Monday.
father’s ranch and will make his home i here although several farmers ran out
Ijee Evans was in Portland wvrral
Gur school is progressing finely under
Goats In the Orchard.
the able tuition of Mlei Mabel Hodge j '’»ft •“* »•*•-
The following article from the Oregon
Very litlla time was lost on account of
Mr. Hugh hail the misfortune of Ino
ian presents some ideas that ought to
ing one of hie horses last week
be of value to farmers: “To those wlio
Glenn Mclntyse has bought a fine
wliil« being driven,
are trying to solve the problem of rsie- |
Mrs. V. Ellis spent emreral .lays visit- ing g<MU amJ , yoan(( orcll,r(1 ,t the
flock of eighteen sheep Irom Billy Welch, j
tllem ,o smear the
Mrs A. J. fidel, who underwent an ' ing friends and relatives in Porllaml,
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Troutdale, - Oregon
o|M-ration in the Good Samaritan llos- < H® v ® tb I children around here are wuf- young tree® with axle grease. Take a
Does away with thawing, thus re
II E. Kehres left tor Portland to take
pital, is not yet able to come home, as fering with jaundice,
ducing the dangers of blasting to
Rwab or apiece of &heep®kin and rub it ’
up a course in the Behnke-Walker Busi
a minium. No Headaches slum
she is recovering but slowly.
On® of Mr. Kprague'a home® died re- ‘»ver the bark. If the grease in too thick
ness College Tueeday.
you use Trojan.
cently from blind stagger®
, <iilul® it with keroaene, then turn your
Henry llarnion formerly of Welches
results from Trojan titan
passed through here Monday enroute to
any otls-r Powder on tie- market.
Francis Stone went to Handy on busi- ■ 'y
Cree, house where he will reside this, "I would also recommend for spray
A gang of Greeks marched through new this week.
in8 lre** » solution of saltpeter, say two
For further information. call or
Mr. and Mrs. Ihtve Douglass went to I .......
Hamlv Tuesday on their way to Menem-
. . .
ounces to a gallon of water, in prefer
ger's ranch, where they have taken a Sandy on business Saturday.
ence to the poisonous compounds now
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contract for clearing
Luther Ware's children bad the croup
universally used; spray the trunk as
waa lost in a anew ®torm recently and
IS lb» Poultry Tonic .. ... 1J0
well; also the ground around the trees.
T. D. I’hel)« of Hull Run «as a Handy during the cold weather.
had both feet and two pi his linger*
Saltpeter is deadly to all insect life as
Johnny Mitchell killed a coon and partly frosen.
Mr. Pill««, Hr., of Hood River, is two bobcat« during the snow.
east of the mountains who sre troubled
trialling hla son at Welches.
Someone broke into Mrs. Maroney's
with ground squirrels, rabbits, etc., J ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
J. It. JonsrnJ is doing some rar|>entcr house on the old place and carried off a
should try mixing salt with powdered
work tor the Johansen Lumber Co.
saltpeter and scattering it in the vicinity ,
A. B. Turner was down from Rhodo into Johu Maroney's house at Cherry- »»’’••‘o «• paralysis, is some better,
of the holes
But keep your sheep and ,
dendron Tavern after a load of provi
goats off the land for a time. Saltpeter
Mies B. Campbell visited Miss Flor being a nitrate it is a valuable fertiliser ’
sions on Moutlay.
the stove to cook the pranee.
ence Taylor Sunday.
Messrs. Rliodee, Castello anti Marston
and will be a benefit to the trees. It is
«ere visitors Irom Cherryville Monday.
The Brown Lumber Cimpany has re- also gieid for sprinkling on all vegetables
Lot '50 x 100, Small
These gentlemen have a corner on the
iiiuial active operations.
and plants. As for dogs or cats infested
A New Slump Destroyer.
Buildings. 1 dot. nice
•hlngle Industry at Cherryville and in
Mr. Putman of Amity is visiting his with flea» just give them a bath or two
fruit trees, four blocks
John Htraus of Boring was in tnsn on
cidentally on lhe market as well. One
and you will not he bothered afterward.
brother-in-law, Gas Richey.
from Poet < tffice. I*rice
He has just received a
tiling is certain, however, and that la
$4.'>0 on easy terms.
J. F. Wing was doing business in Saturate your pig pens with a solution
carload of Trojan stump |s>wder—the
that they uiaka good shiuglea.
I »ret powder on I he market—and is pre- Portland Monday.
It costa very little. Be careful of fire or
R C. Murry came down Irom Cherry-
l«red to furnish thia new blasting pow- ,
Rodlull Brotoers report alow progress
sparks sround any building where salt
vllle Tueeday to go tn work at one of the
der in large or small quantities to any j on their new mill-site owing to unfavor-
sawmills, all of which are getting rearly
peter may be used.”
This powder is non-freexing, able weather sooditions.
fume less and absolutely safe. It does i <j. N. Sager has most of the material
J W. Exon of Itover waa a Handy not leave you with a bursting headache on the ground for a new barn.
Don't forget the “Want Ada" on page 8.
visitor on Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm Richey spent Tues
R. Net sei ami A. Jabs are catting
day in Portland.
Milkinq a Bicycle.
wood for Cas|»r Junker.
CO 11 KI LL
W. H. Snashall was transacting busi
Thomae Hplllmsn and Matt Zogg.
They story is told of'a fsrnier «ho
The plank road near the home of Paul ness in l^nts one day this week.
went into a hardware store where bi-1
prominent ranchers on Handy Ridge, Dunn is nearly washed out hy the snow
Mrs. (Ivins Sager of lente is visiting cycles were sold and because he was
were attending to business in Handy on water.
Joe Dunn of Portland has been visit- j with her son, G. N. Sager, this week.
looking at a wheel the merchant urged
Grist Taken at any Time—Quick Delivery.
We are glad to report that Tom Sna- him to buy one.
George Wolf of Dover maiie his usual ing his uncle lately.
shall who has been on the sick list for
"No," said the farmer, "I'd rather
call around Wednesday. Mrs. Wolf is
< hristian Endeavor was held by New- sometime is improving. We hope for have a cow.”
WE ¿CARRY A FULL LINE OF MILL FEED
the champion butter-maker of Dover,
his early recovery.
“You'd look mighty nice riding a cow
their butter commanding top market
Mias Rydgren of Duluth, Minn., is
Mark Baxter is entertaining friends wouldn’t you?” remarked the merchant.
price throughout the year.
Market-Price Paid for Grain
visiting her cousin, Mrs. A. Hedin.
“And I'd look mighty nice milking a
from Sandy this week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Friel came to
Messrs. Hudson and Brookes have
A meeting has been called for the
Handy Monday to straighten up affairs
Each man saw the ridiculous aide of
taken a contract to cut two thousand purpose of organising a “Push Club“ at
before leaving on a visit to their old con la of wood.
the proposition. What a pity more do
this place on Friday evening.
home at Hloux City, Iowa.
not. You can find any number of farm
Damonea is to buy in here again.
J. Koyer has bought city property at
W. R. Allen and family have moved
ers who would make as much milking a i FAIRVIEW,
May llowan and Mrs. Cols by visited
to Handy to live and have purchased
bicycle as from milking certain cows
(arm at Damascus and in so doing that
Mrs A. Hedin.
the Edward Gillam property.
But they don't see bow
place loses a respectable pioneer and
ridiculous it is to milk a good-for-noth-1
Bandy has always been known as a
Fine list of Want Ada. again thia cilixen.
ing cow 400 or more times a year.
sale place in which to leave things with week. Will |>ay to read them. Mention
in reach of night prowlers, hilt of late The Herald when you buy.
The Herald and "Better Fruit,” $1.75
C. H. LANE
Watkins’ Stock Tonic i :
6RESHAM REAL ESTATE
CHOPPING ANO ROLLING
SUN-DIAL FEED MILL
J. W. BENECKE
Lift up I Give a word of good cheer!
lend a hand and make the world better
for having had a place in it.
Rest your weary bones by having a
chair in the kitchen in which to sit
while doing work vou can do that way.
WHILE vöü PLOW
If blanket* are too short, sew a piece
of stout muslin or canton flannel to one i
end for the “tuck in.”
You will spoil your nice china by
washing it in water that is too hot. Use
a bit of soap and have the water fairly
warm. No cracked china then.
Who Handles the Best, Freshest
and Cheapest Stock of General
Merchandise in the County.
Try Him and See for Yourself
Iton't try to duet with a dry cloth.
That only sets the particles of dost to I
flying everywhere. Dampen your cloth
the evening before and rinee it out in
clear water once in awhile.
PROTECT YOURSELF AGAINST LOSS BY
Pulverizes to a depth
of six inches, throws soil
loosely together which
prevents the escape of
takes the place of all har
Adds very little
draft and reduce the la
bor of harrowing to a
Can be at-
tached to any riding
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pa«*«, leather hvuind Re-rt thing on thv «uh»act arar wrttton mostratine all Fur Animals All
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cwwaf ul trapper ft s a ragnlar Encwh^md-a Prien, ft. lb nor e m t uw r*. «1 «R H-dew ton ned into
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