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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 5, 1909)
Wanted, For Sale, Lost,
Buggy and Wagon
For Sale. Thoroughbred
Poland-China. Prise boar in service.
Webb Farm. Phone 158
FKESIIt'UWS For Ssie. Apply J.
Ji. Clanahan. Division at . Gresham. -
WE have the largest and
best shop in Eastern
Multnomah and can do
your work quickly and
satisfactorily : : : :
Zurtlueh Bros., at Lenta, Ore.. pav|
Highest Price for irceli cows. Drop
them a line
At Straua Lumber Company's Mill,
east of Kelso. lumber of ail sorts.
Era me. Siding, Flooring, at Rargain
rates. Call or write lor prices.
Straus Lumlier Co.. Roring. Ore.
Skilled Workmen. Modern loots
CHOICE DAIRY LANDS We have |
son e choice dairy lauds in l.iucoln
county at very low figure. Come in ami <
get further information from us II. M
Chitwood, Real Estate Office, Arleta, !
FOR SALE — Two lots, 4-roorn cot- I
tag?, furuiahed. All kinds of hearing I
fruit. Two blocks from schoolhouse ,
8675. F. A. Zimmerman, Troutdale. Or. j
FoK SALE— 10 to 100 good bree«iuig
ewes. T. R. Howitt A Co., Gresham. -
City Carriage Shop
ED. OSBURN. Prop.
There are several cases of measles
here. The moat recent being Lan Hicks
ami Elma l*awes.
John Brown is convalescing from an
attack of chills nnd fever.
Mr. ami Mrs. Taylor entertainol their
daughter, Mrs. Johnson of Montavilla,
a few days last week.
l>exter Quesinberry is on the sick list.
Will Stanley lost about twenty boxes
of apples «luring the recent freere.
The recent trip east of J. C Stanley
and wife while enjoyable, did not bene
fit Mrs. Stanley's health as much as
could lie wished for.
Mr. Ixinsberry is working in Portland.
The Richmond place is now occupied
by a family.
Mr. and Mrs. Miles Grimshaw enter
tained a number of young friends from
Vancouver an«l Montavilla last week.
C ordwood , for sale
Delivered in Gresham, Troutdale and
Fairview. All sound. Immediate de
livery. Phone or write Frank Gustaf
son, Gresham. Route
Phone 289. (13
FOR SALE-Extra l-arge Cedar Posts.
II. E. Ihtvis, Mountain View Farm,
Gresham. Ore. Phone 21.
I will have for Sale a bunch ol Draft
and all purpose Horses at mv resilience
in Gresham, Oregom, about Feb. 15
8. 8. Thompson. Phone 8x.
G<8»D HOMESTEAD relinquishment
for Saie. For particulars address G. N.
Sager. Route 4. Gresham.
E'OR SALE—Good true team, fast
walkers and travelers.
2100. Also one goo-i little horse. Middle
and true to pull. Not afraid of autos.
J. H. Hoss. Gresham.
FUR SALE—20 ACRES.
1 mile east of Gresham. All in cultiva
tion. Good buildings and good orchard.
Peter Wilson, Route 2, Gresham. Ore.18
FOR SALE—Span of mules, wt. 1100,
harness and wagon.
1,L» mile east of
Gresham. H. R. Kane.
FOR SALE—Fresh Cows and cream
separator. J. A. I.indsev, 2 miles south
of Troutdale, opposite Cedar school. [7
REAL ESTATE BARGAINS
Wanted — Buyers for Al Gilt Edge
>2501) 6 per cent farm mortgage, due
Oct. 1912. First State Bank, Gresham,
For Sale — The Best 10-Acre Tract
near Gresham. 82800.
The Bi st 3-Aere Tract, 11000.
One Gilt-Fdge 8 per cent First Mort
gage 41250. 3) acres near Pleasant Home,
running five vears.
See FIRST STATE BANK. Greeh-
am, for Farms. Small Tracts, Acreage,
Business and Residence Lots.
When you want i/fxx/ Roasts, Juicy Steaks,
Finest Hams and Hacon, remember we have them.
T. R. Howitt & Co
Ham lan| has moved from his place
to a farm south of Base Line road across
from Terrace Park, Mr. Turner has
rented the lang place and is moving
onto it now.
The Merry-Go-Round Club met last
Tuesday al the home of Mre I.. D. El
liott with about fifteen uirmtwra pre
sent ami several pleasant hours were
l«aae<«<l They meet neit Tuesday after
noon with Mrs. Holm.
Garnett McCartney received a very
painful wound while catching an owl.
The bird fastened its claws iu hie baud
He is thinking of making a pet ol it.
Herbert Lewie ia assisting in the store
of Marshall A Bro
Mrs. Howitt visitol her daughter in
f ast Portland last week.
F. W. FIELDHOUSE
JEWELER and ODI KIAN
—Distributing Station for—
ANO CENTURY, PREMO ANO HAWK-EYE
F. W. FIELDHOUSE
SCHOOL BOOKS i
All Kimis of Buihlirig
Material . . Rustic,
Flooring, Ceiling and
Finishing . • . . ,
ALL KILN DRIED
BOUGHT SOLO ANO EXCHANGED
SCHOOL SUPPLIES ¡¡
Has E. W MILLER, l.ENTM
lffit.Uh. up|H»ib« IMaUiffirc
211 '.M Near Salmon,
C. L CRENSHAW
Tinner and Plumber
I cut ax-. 3 rut. Me, Scuta tut per e*«v«l
THE EASTWOOD NURSERIES
Hr.l.lrno Malli SI.
For HAIHH EH, HARNESS ami ALL
L!L All Gresham
Kind» Hr jiaifing quirkljr tlonr.
OUST I. ARSON, Prop.,
MT. SCOTT ::
Better Fruit, $1.00
Beaver State Herald, $1.50
BOTH FOR ..........................
Better Fruit, $1.00, North
west Pacific Farmer, $1.00
Herald, $1.50. Total $,3.50
our price :..................
Beaver State Herald, $1.50
BOTH FOR ..........................
Weekly Oregonian, $1.50
Beaver State Herald, $1.50
[nd of a Pleasdnl Journey.
The Ladies Missions Society met with
a large attendance at the home of Mrs.
Emanuel Anderson, .tear Gresham. The
following officers were elected: Presi
dent, Mrs. E. Anderson; vice-president,
Mrs. C. A. IJndgren; secretary, Mrs
8. M. Steffanson; treasurer, Mrs. Aug.
Steffanson. Elegant refreshments were
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Thoren of Port
land, visited last week with C, P. John
son of this place.
Bertha Johnson is very ill at her
home with rheumatism.
Little Chester Christensen has been
quite ill with pneumonia.
A. F. Johnson, who got bis leg broken I
and was otherwise liadlv hurt sometime
ago, is able to be up an«l aroumi again
with the aid of a crutch.
Charles Palmblail has been tick.
Miss Emily Palmblad visited with
relatives ami friends over Sunday.
A few of our young people attended
the skating last Haturday.
John Unis made a businesa trip to
Portland last w«?ek.
We are all glad t > see Ole around once
Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Emery returned
on Monday from a ten-weeks vitit in the
East, s|a>nding most of the time in Wis
consin an<i South Dakota, returning by
way of St. lamia. New Orleans ami South
ern California. While at Hparta, Wis.,
Mr Emery's early home, a surprise re
ception was tendered them, and a tine
set of silver ipioiii presente«I them as a
reminder of days of "anld lang syne "
Everywhere, Mr. and Mrs. Emery
were received by old acquaintances and
friends. They have many mementoes
of the trip including a real bale of cotton
(small of course,) photographs, dishes,
etc. They visited former neigh bore and
relatives in California and are enthusi
astic in praise of the people they met
and places they visited. Altogether the
trip was moat enjoyable.
BOTH FOR .
Because meats are so tasty they are
consumed in great excess. Thia lead,
to stomach troubles, biliousness and
constipation. Revise pour diet, let rea
son ami not a pampered appetite con
trol, then take a few dosea of Chamber
lain’s Stomach and Liver Tablets and
you will soon A m well sgain. Try it.
For sale at Gresham Drug Company's
store. Samples free.
Daily Oregonian and Beaver
INSTEAD OF 17.80
Daily and Sunday Oregonian
and Beaver State Herald -
INSTEAD OF 89.50
BEAVER STATE HERALD
Mrs. Quad.lell of r> Eby street was | welcome
usik up with a thankful
MILL ANO TAROS Al LERIS JUNCTION
the victim o( a very painful accident heart t>> the Divine Architect, desiring
this week. She cut her hand on a nail a blessing
ami it promises to give her a great «leal
Itev. Albert Patch ia delivering a < ►
aeries of sermons on Sumlav evenings <m ♦
Mrs. Ikalge. who has l>een in the hos ‘The Boy. Last Sumlav Tlie B«>y and
pital fur emir week, on account of a Ills Parents ami next Sumlav evening,
felou on her hand, is recovering nicely. The Boy ami Ills Fnemle. Parent, can
The lecture by Mr. Conwell on the mu affoed to miaa these sermons a, they
topic An Acre of Diamonds, Wednesday are interesting and helpful. Come and
evening at the White Tenigle, was well know more about your boys.
Contractor* tell us that there is work
attended and the Villa was represented
by many. We un«lerstan«l it netted for everyone in Montavilla. We are
about I'Jini. which will go to the High gls«l to know this.
Dealer in Pipe an<l Pump Fia
land church towards the building fund.
We hope the rsilroa«! will hnrry up
mme. Hlieet-iron Work.
Mr. Kelhig. one of our popular street and give ns a depot as upon the erection
car men, is going to leave us. He is
Never for one moment [s'rniit yotir-
different business firms here.
going to seek health on a farm.
wlf to neglect a cold.
Several residences are being wire«I for
are serious and dangerous. Stop
to the Beaver State Herald. If nut you electricity. Mt the go«al work g«i on.
the eolfl at once, there lit* safety
can do so by phoning Tabur 437.
Get a box of
The plumbers are still the busieet lie ailiicl nt once.
Kimi words ami a smile coat nothing
A. D. S. COLD AND :: men in the Villa. One man has replac
ed twelve boilers, all on account of the but are countless treasures to the dis
< frost king We sincerely ho|«e that hr couraged .
MU. to bwito Ito« BmAtoMA. A tftol wfU
will not visit us ogain soon.
God bless the go«sl-nature<l people for
Guaranteed by an Asna-iation of
niAàe yoa oar pernuMal ctMioMf
10,000 Qualifhfi Druggists
A valentine social will tie held at the they bless everybody else.
Grace Baptist church. Extensive pre
Vacation in our schools thia week but
parations are being made and as the work will be resumed Momlay
young people have the program in
J. W. Lundy lias been on the sick list
charge, a line time is anticipated, Ev- for a few days.
erybody is invited. Come.
Oh man of wraith ami mat- re years,
Have the baby's picture taken at our send your wdl-trainrd son to the unde-
velope«l West, where lie can establish
I I new photograph gallery.
OREGON ' ’
Every day look at a beautiful picture, himself.
read a good poem ami listen to beauti
Life is a liattle and we must lie sol
ful music. Give each day a chaerful diers brave ami true if we would succeed.
The W. O. W Circle ladies spent Fri-1 I Jose. Cal., January 2ft, to Raymond E.
day afternoon with Mrs. Rayburn. A ‘ lletikle They will reside in San -lose
large number were present and an su- alter the honey imam trip.
joyable time reported.
Mr. and Mrs Philo Zimmerman o(
Muts will s>a>n have a resilient phy Oswego, viaite«l his mother .Monday.
sician, Dr. Reid, who will occupy the
Mrs. Ilrath of Sunnyside came out to
apartments in the Additon building. visit her daughter, Mrs. Bolster, Friday.
Dr. Reid comes from Portlaml ami is
Mr and Mrs. l'|wlike. who lives near
Graya Crossing are moving to Idaho.
Mrs. Stone is improving after a severe Fliev will visit In Pendleton a few days.
A son waa Isirn on Monday to Mr.
A belfry is being built on the Friends ami Mrs. Bischoff of tfoeond Avenue
church in which to place a bell that lias
Harold Wshllierg gra«luate«l from the
West Hide High Hchuol on Wednesday.
Commencing this week the outgoing
W E. Thomas is altendiug court this
mail from Lenta leaves at 8 :30 a ni. ami week.
5:31 p. tu and goes directly to Portlaml
Tilers were six out ol seven of the UB
instead of being carried all over two class to grmluate from the Lenta school
counties. We are aura all patrons ap this week, as follows: Verlie Anderson,
preciate this change
Rosa Schleeht, Archibald Clark, lama
The Veterans of the Civil War held a Cramlell, Alfnal Johnson, Mary Jants.
meeting last week to organise at). A. II. i Mention Tlie Herald to our advertisers
Camp at Lents. They will have about when you buy ol them.
twenty charter members sml meet the
Mrs. W. G. Ifomm lias the ayni|iathy
first ami third Thursdays in Dukes hall,
of Irienda in thia vicinity for the loss of
Mrs E. A. Niblin, who has lawn very her age«I father, who died, and was
ill for the |iaot six weeks is much im buried in Multnomah Cemetery Thurs
proved and able to be up a part of the day of last week.
Miss Nan Shively, daughter of Cap
Fine list >>t Want A«ly. again this
tain and Mrs. C. W. Shively of thia city, week Will pav to rem I them. Mention
was married at Trinity Church,
The llerakl when you buy.
With a Cold
FOR SALE—Four Buff Leghorn and
Rock Cockerels, from 1st prue winners.
D. J. Culy, Gresham.
WANTEl —An honest, experienced
Farmer to rent my farm, with cattle,
implements, etc., furnished. Cash or
part crop. 160 acres. Splendid past
ure and water. 30 acres cleared. Nels
G. Hedin, Route 1, Boring, Ore.
Geisler A Dorrea are old acquain
tance. of many Eastern Multnomah
people. Hee their fine offer, on page 4.
Take Mt. Scott car at Lenta Junction
and transfer at Grand Avenue to Morri
lton car. Their price, will repay you
for the trouble.
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The entire community was sorrow I.INNKMANN ..Lv
stricken Wednesday, when it was an Haw Lim
nounced that Amy Kane, only daughter TUOI TtlAl.K Ar
of Mr. an<l Mrs. II. It. Kane, bail pass
ed awsy that morning. Death was due
to heart failure, the result of an attack I’AZ.AIlKRtl
of rheumatism last fall.
Hhe was 11 Eat ACM da
years, 4 months old. She waa Ixirn on Eagle Creek
the farm east of Gresham, where she Deep
has lived until her death. Hhe was of Mieter
bright, sunny disposition, well liked by Boring
Hhe leaves two brothers and a Anderson..
heart broken father anil mother to GREMÌ! AM
mourn her loss
Interment waa made IJenne ........
in Hall cemetery, Dr. A. Thom peon I ' fJmta
Lenta ’ Junction.,
officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Kane may Stanley
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feel assured of the heartfelt sympathy pohtla ' m "" ..Ar
of a host of friends, in thia their hour
*oa «««.... ...
J. H. HOSS
P ortland lv
GoU Junction .,
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P. M. flgurM In black.
For Oregon City, Canemah Park and way pointa, change care at Golf
For Lenta, Mt Scott and east side pointa, change cars at hnta Junction.
General Office«, First and Alder Sta., P ortland , O rbgon .