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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 29, 1909)
The snowdrifts were ao high that Jan.
23 wae the first time the mail-carrier
' come through since Iwfor« the alortu.
Little Fldna Howitt, who waa taken
Wanted, For Sale, Lost, to California for her health, has had Finley McGrew is the proud father of | >iur mail to a seven o'clock car in the
another severe sick *|*ell but is improv a tine baby girl.
1 morning, only to see it go clear out to
Katai-ada and come back |>ast ua two
Work on the grange hall haa
If you have anything to aell. or with to buy
or have hutt anything. TRY A
| hours later, ia not only noneaeiise l>ul it
The Ladies Aid of the Alter Society resume,!.
••WANT AD ” in thtoctUumn The results will
' ia an injury to the town. Those two
surprise you. < a*h or posUure stamp».
of the Catholic church gave an enjoy
Anna Roth, daughter of John an<l
able aocial al the home ol Mra. Charlee Mathilda Roth, who formerly li ve»! hours would mean unmentionable ad
Thoroughbred Burns last Thursday evening.
About north of lento, died January -M at their vantage to business men ami fwople in
Poland-China. Prise boar in service. eighty people were present and wens
general if they could send leltera In on
home near Clackamas. The funeral
Webb Farm. Phone 158.
But no, we have
entertained with music and singing. A was held Wedneaday. Mr. Roth ia a the return mail.
and a big lot of
FRESH COW S For Sale.
Apply J delicious lunch waa served.
i brother of Peter Roth of Gates Crossing
N. Clanahan. lhviaion st . Greehatu.
foolishness about that.
Mrs E. A. Niblin is recovering from
Th« Mount Scott Drug Company ol
Mrs. Bryant ia viaiting hie sou, W. C.
Zurfiueh Bros, at lents. Ore., pay a serious attack of lagrippe.
lento ia moving ita stock of goods into
Highest Price for fresh cowa.
F. Howitt haa been very sick the past the new brick building erected by O. R Bryant at Moro, Oregon.
them a line
Mra. Bert McDowell lias been qutte
three weeks but is better now.
Thia marks an important
T. H. Ditto haa returned from Everett, step in the history of lento. Mr. Addi- ill for several days.
At Straus Lumber Company's Mill, Washington, «her« he went to visit hie I ton was the drat real estate man to lo
Much building ia being done ill the
MM of Kelso.
l.uint*er of ail eorto.
cate here and eucceoefully interest Mount Scott View Addition.
Frame. Siding, Flooring, at Hargain aged parents.
Mr. Brown, an ofd soldier, die,I at hie
rates. Call or write for price«.
Arthur Gray is laid up with inflam people in the locality. To him more
Straus Lumber Co.. Boring. Ore.
than to anyone else is du« the develop home in Woodmere on Tuesday. The
ment of lento. He haa opened up sev funeral will be held at 10 a. ui Wednes
FOR SALE—Sure Hatch incuhator,
brooder, lamps etc. Box 45, Lente, th-.
When writing or talking with our ad eral tracts, dividing them into Iola and day.
vertiser« please mention that you saw disposing ol them al good profit
Mr. IJndgren of Sellwood, ia about to
CHOICE DAIRY LANDS
like some aiKx-eaaful speculators, bo re sell hie place to Mr Wing for S'JhOO. If
eon e chore« dairy landa in Lincoln
mains on the ground to further develop th« deal goes through he will build a
county at very low figure Come in and
the community. The new two-story nice house (or a home.
get further information front ua. H. M.
Chitwood, Real Estate Office,
brick building is the first in the Mount
The lents bend now ineela at Wood-
Scott district. Already he haa had sev
mere hall Tuerday and Friday evenings.
FOR SALE — Two lots, t-room cot
. They were unable to secure a hall at
tage. furnished. All kinds of bearing
Drug Company got the first chance and |
Lenta in which to practice.
fruit Two blocks from schoolhouse
they ar« getting reedy to meet their
»875. F. A. Zimmerman, Troutdale, <*r
Mra. Jeffrey ia having shingles put all
customers in the new location.
' over her house. Since the cold weather
FOR SALE— 10 to 100 good breeding
Thia drug store was started in lento
ewes. T. R. Howitt A Co., Gresham. - ;
many ol our people have decide,! that
four years ago.
Mr. Arthur Geisler
we need warmer houses.
FOR SALE —Incubator, brooders
Never for one moment permit yonr-
has been the active*manager since its ;
Mra. Coon of Grass Valley, Oregon,
lamps, etc. Address box 45 Lents. On*.
m»lf to neglect a cold.
establishment and from being only a
ia visiting with Mra. Hogue, She haa
are ¡»-nous and dangerous. Stop
CORDWOOD, FOR SALE
the cold at once, then* live safety
careful economy, good service, and cour- , eecured Iota on Fifth are and intenda to
Delivered in Greeham, Troutdale and .
Fairview. All sound.
Immediate de- !
Get a box of
teoua treatment, steadily d«velop«d his I build eoon.
livery. Phone or write Frank Gustaf- '
Ijtile Clifford Buckingham ha* be«n
trade and increased hie interests until i
son, Greeham, Route 5. Phone 28V. [13
he now controls the business, owning quite sick, threatened with appendicitis.
FOR SALE-Extra l^rge Cedar Posta. < »
practically the whole thing and has a '
Miaa Ines Williams spent Wednesday
H. E. Davie, Mountain View Farm, !. .
trade with people from Arleta to Graeh- ! with her aunt, Mrs. Rayburn.
Gresham, Ore. Phone '-’1.
[14 r [ (.ìuanuittMNl by an Aaaocialion of
am, Damascus and well to the north. I
Little Hertha Hauser, daughter ol Mr.
10,000 Qualified UniggioU
Arthur is persistent as well as Indus and Mra Hauser of Gilbert street, was
The Maccabee Lodge of Rockwood . >
trious and reliable.
He has been al operated on Friday al the Good Samari
will give a dance Saturday Night. Jan. '
steady advertiser and extended hie ac tan Hoapital by Dra. (leisie and Pel-
toxxl music, good supper. Ev- “
quaintance throughout eastern Multno- I gram. So far the operation haa been
mah. Hie reputation (or good value successful as she is doing nicely.
FOR SALE—Good Clover Hay, W
and careful prescription work is first-
a ton in the barn. A. H. Gould, Route
Dr. Moore's family, who have spent
class. There is every reason to supjhmic
more than a veer in Southern California
that with the extended room and advan-
for the benefit of Tberesa'a health, re
lager for display offered by the new
Now is the time to make your esti
port that she is not improving.
location that their trade will grow in
mates for Drain Tile. Will order car
family has the sympathy of many friends.
♦♦♦ all lines and that
load next week. Phone your orders for
tbe foundation laid
regular and special sixes. Sewer pipe
The Young Men's Society have charge
for a permanent busincM will here
and drain tile for car delivery.
of the services at the Evangelical church
sustain the reputation it has gained.
C. Shattuck, Greeham. Phone 3x1.
Feb 7 and the Young I Julies Society tlie
What we need at lento is improved
cae service and better postal arrange-1
I will have for Sale a bunch of Draft
menta. Thia thing ol having to hustle
and all purpose Horses st mv residence
We want your Farm
in Gresham, Oregom, about Feb. IS.
Iauids to BELL, im
8. S. Thompson, Phone 8x.
proved or unimproved
large or small : : : :
GOOD HOMESTEAD relinquishment
We advertise Oregon
for Sale. For particulars address G. N.
Farms For Sale, in
Sager. Route 4, Greeham.
the East ::::::
FOR SALE—20 ACRES.
Caff er Wrtu
1 mile east of Gresham. All in cultiva
tion. Good buildings and good orchard.
Oregon Homes Co.
Peter Wilson, Route 2. Gresham, Ore.[8
Mr. and Mrs. White are rejoicing over yard Sunday afternoon by a kick from a
221 12 Morrison Street. Portland. Ore
the arrival of a daughter at their home. horse. He waa a brotlier-in-law of Mrs.
Lon't overlook the tine offers made
Mid-term examinations are being held Perkins of Broad atreet.
by Markell A Co. in thia issue. Trans
fer on Water st., go two blocks east on
at the schools this week.
The Comradery Club met at Mr. Bart-
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Morrison. From Mt. Scott car transfer
The street car service has been decid lett’a residence on Friday evening. The
at Grand av. to Morrison car. Store at
edly meagre of late
II seems that the | boys are now making arrangements to
Morriaon and Union avenue.
com(«ny have been unable to restore organise a base-ball team.
With a Cold
Farm Lands Wanted
Rica usually looks clean when bought
but wash it in clean water and you will
see that it is far from being ao. Keep
on waahing till the water ia clear, theD
things to their normal condition since
Mrs. Henry Hecht has been ill for
It ia now Chinese New Year. A time
when it is expected that all debts are
paid and all unpleasantnesses cleared
up and each Chinaman in supposed to
start a new page. We might profit by
The Methodist church in now lighted
Mrs. Chas. Carlson wan buried in
Multnomah Cemetery Wednesday,
Better Fruit, $1.00
Beaver State Herald, $1.50
Fred Sheldon is back at his old ¡x>at
again after a five week's illness
Joyce Clark waa killed in hie own
Better Fruit, $1.00, North
west Pacific Farmer, $1.00
Herald, $1.50. Total $3.50
Weekly Oregonian, $1.50
Beaver State Herald, $1.50
BOTH FOR ...........................
Daily Oregonian and Beaver A 7 S
INSTEAD OF IT.-'iO
Daily and Sunday Oregonian
and Beaver State Herald -
INSTEAD OF ♦».IO
0 Q Qil
BEAVER STATE HERALD
want Good /¿oasts, Juicy Steaks,
Finest Hams and Facon, remember we have them.
ALL KINDS Ob' I'RUITS AND VLtliilAHLI'.S IN SEASON
T. R. Howitt & Co
A beautiful cantata waa rendered at
the Y. M. C. A. Sunday after mem.
Montavilla was represented by a nutn-
j tier of people. The cantata waa render
ed by a chorus of eighteen voices under
the direction of Mrs. Hamilton. It was
an exqiiieit production and Mra. Donald
i MacKenxie'e solos were especially tine.
"What would Jesus do?” Thia ques
tion is raising new interest. An inter
denominational campaign will soon 1«
started in Portland. Wm. B. Wallace
of Cleveland, Ohio, started the first
campaign. It has been said that the
life' teachings and principles of Jesus
Christ are the solution of every problem
known to human experience.
Rev. Ingalls, pastor of the Methodist
church, expects to be absent from his
work for a short time and his pulpit
will lie supplied by Rev. Green, lately
Mr. and Mra. Swaliel are living at
home again. The mill in which he wan
employed shut down last week on ac-
count of the high water.
A message announcing the death of
Mr. I-a.Mear in Deadwood, S. D., was
received by bis friends a few days ago.
No particulars as to the cause of his
death have been received, lie leaven
a wife and eight children to mourn hin
The editor of The Herald was calling
in thia neighImrhood one day thia week.
We are pleased to learn that a steadily
increasing number of people are coming
to realize the value of a govsl newspaper
in the county outside of Portland. We
would not seek to detract from Portland
indeed that city is without iffiubt des
tined to lie at least the second city on
tbe Pacific coast. But while this is an
acknowledged fact, we should not allow
Portland's greatness to overshadow the
rest of the state or even the county.
Each section must develop its own
resources. Nothing tends more to this
end than a well supported local news
A Mr. Johnson from Washington has
just completed the purchase of a five-
acre tract on the Foster road shoot one
block west of the Gates road, from Cha*.
Mr. Johnson ex|>ects to
J make this his future home and will
move his family here as soon ss he finds
I a honee in which to live until he can
I build on bis own ground.
N. I*. Gleason of Rooster Rock was
her« on business this week.
Mia* Abbie Hlltee returned Saturday
and uur achoul reopened Munday alter a
tour weeks vacation.
Wednesday the Ira began moving
down the river and did much damage Io
fish wheels. The damage to Mra Reed's
wheel at this place wae fully »WOO.
JEWELER and OPTICIAN
Mrs. J. Calvin ut Rmwler Kock visitad
Mrs. M. E. Heed Friday.
Fred O. Reed made a trip to Waahuu-
gal in hie launch Saturday.
F. W. FIELDHOUSE
Mias Eva lfeed ia viaiting in the city.
Piulributlng Htalion for—
AND CENTURY, PREMO ANO HAWK-EYE
Ixre Evans visited tlie Hlate Capilul KODAK AND
F. W. FIELDHOUSE
Miaa Emma llaukey returned from
the Manitoriuiu Monday much itupruvml
Mr. ami Mrs. E II. Heed were the < ►
gueeta of Mrs. l.ucy Kinraid on Munday.
SCHOOL BOOKS ii
BOUGHT SOLD AND EXCHANGED <>
Cecil Pounder has regained his health
after a severe llneas.
D. Ihivia haa taken possession of the
Littlepage place which he haa rente,!
for the coming year.
We wish him
188-5th. Opposite Poetoflirv
'.'ll l'd Near Salmon,
it tirria nd .
James Benfield ia seen strolling up
the road quite often.
It you can't get rid of your wife's kin
who came for th« holidays, just tell
them there is another wind storm com
ing. That’ll fetch'em.
Mies Margaret O'Regan was the guest
ol MisaGlenora Russell last week. Miss
O'Regan is engaged aa a teacher of nut-
la and French in San Franciao, for which
place she left Saturday.
Meters. Edwin and Elmer la*adsr |
spent Saturday and Sunday under the
We an- |*criHins| pi
cut all kimla of
wood »n short no
W000 FOR SALE
The storm is over and men are em- |
ployed shoveling snow from th« drifts
1 eel 40e.
I run so ».
( cuts sor psr e«T4
THE EASTWOOO NURSERIES
Several people had mure or lesa fruit
and potatoes froten during the late cold
snap. Let us hope the tree and auil
‘ varminta" ehared the same fate.
Hesltlnnc«, Msln SI
For SAHIH EH, HARNESS and ALL
C. I. CRENSHAW
L!L Gresham Harness Shop
All Kind» Hr pal ring quickly done.
OUST LARSON. Prop..
¡: Expressing, Draylng
Iiealer in Pipe and Pump Fix-
tures. Sheet-iron Work.
limit . >
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J. H. HOSS
¡ ; Phone I4X
Greeham, Ore. ¡ ”
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Frank Ream is ill with lagrip|ie.
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Johnnie Windsor, the foster son of
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the Arnspigers, while chopping wood on
Saturday, cut his hand so severely an
to render it useless.
Lionel Buckley was assistant mail
carrier during the snowdrift epoch.
With fur gloves and leather chaps ami
mountel on his mare Queen he deliv
ered much mail to neighbors and friends
where our friend E. E. Chipman could K.ta<*a<1a
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not have gone without much hardship <' Ka.le
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Lionel to many by whom he ia hondred Borina
in esteem ami unqualified respect.
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music and dancing, followed by a boun
tiful luncheon were the moat prominent
features of the evening.
were present and enjoyed the evening
immensely, coming home in the very
we sms’ hours.
a Dally K.eept Sunday.
A. M. Ssures In Homan. P. M. figures In black.
Our neighborhood-is in a very aocial
mood thia wintr-r with gocsl musical
For Oregon City, Canemah Park and way points, change cars at Golf
talent aplenty. Miaa Ruby Cummings Junction.
deserves pleasant mention as an excel
For Lenta, Mt. Bcott and east aide points, change cars at Lenta Junction.
lent pianist and the Wilson boys as
stringed inatrurnent players.
General Offices, Firat and Alder Hte., P obtlabd , O bbuon .