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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (March 5, 1909)
I!!® Sandy Hotel
Find-clam accom molai Ion»
Commercial traila aulicitnl
Clean beds and goal invaia
Fttd Jfibls in C mmc F wi
CASPER JUNKER, Prop.
John J. Dunn recently and had an old-
Work on the extension of the Paul
Thomae Dunn la falling timber for
Dann road ia now under way. The
1‘olfer and Shay aaw mill will lw in o|e
The Cottrell school wan honored by a
vration by March |ft and they will «aw
the plank to plank the road from their visit from Mr Darnall, our editor, lent
week. Mr. Darnall ipam-d a few com
mill lu During.
plimentary remark» about bow genvrvu«
M. C Donahue ia pulling «tump« with
the board lias liven in to fully equipping
a large donkey.
the achool house.
Newton Hedin ia now a real estate
Hannah Hedin visited her home over
man and ia doing a rushing buainvaa.
<trie Miller of Battle Ground, Wash.,
Anyone in thia neighborhmai without
1« visiting trienda here and will make
cough at preeent, might an
thia hia future home.
well be out of the world becauee he ia
Tommie Dunn ia clearing soma land.
decidedly out of style
Glaon and Co. will «tart their sawmill
Many from tide vicinity had a •hare
March 1st with a lull crew
in the gieai time al the surprise party
George B«-ere has moved to hie farm. on Mra. Miller.
Frank an<l John McCormick viaited
A quilting party wan given at
Dick Radford’» laet Friday.
•SO a Cord
Ernest Royal l eaf was Been on our
The Cottrell achool waa closed on
Monday and Tuesday a* Miaa Hedin
waa ill with grippe
Mr Redford han returned from Tort-
land where he underwent treatment lor
Ed Sester waa the luckv one to tret
the turkey that was rattled Saturday
al Orient hall by Bert Moulton.
Troutdale, March 4—The new hotel I
oiieui-d tor business on Wednesday, with
Mr. and Mr« Brink in charge.
known reputation of the landlady a« a
gm»I cook and huusedeeper will ensure
a good standing fur the new houae at
The Troutdale tank has a new adding
machine. They also have a number of
safety deposit boxes lor rent—places to
keep your valuables, notes, deeds, etc.
Mr. and Mr« Murphy and daughter
have gone to Shaniko to make tiieir
Win Johnson visited friends at Kell
wood on Sunday.
Frank Emery has taken up his
donee at Butte, Mont.
Mr and Mr« Sours (m-e Carrie Drier)
visited at the home of C. IL Light for
a few days. They are from Vancouver.
Will Itoaencranta has moved into the
Guy Wool and family of eastern Ore
gon, arrived here a few days ago.
Woisl will lie employed a« lonaorial
artist in the shop ot J. H. Hudson.
W. .1 Crosen of Hil|»buro, visited
frit n Is here recently.
Machinery for the new Davenport
■ sawmill has lieen unloaded here.
Audley Curl had the misfortune to
Food Secret, Secret of Feed at 15 cent»
i cut his foat open with a meat-cleaver POULTRY SECRETS DISCLOSED! a bushel, and score» of other»
a few days ago.
I^arn how the aucceeaful poultrymen of
This revolutionary book (one copy),
Their and Farm Journal, two year», for 50 eta
Fred .Mayo has gone t«» eastern < »regon the country make their money.
Send atampe or coin to Wilmer Atkin
to be employed for sometime.
Miss Pearl Radford of Bridal Veil, lias C' ined. Fetch’s Mating Secret, Boyer’s son Co., 1420 Race St., Philadelphia,
taken up her residence with Mrs. Light.
Sam Neilson and John Severn are do
ing quits a business in amateur photo
H H Morits bail hie shoulder dis
located while wrestling with Allie May • >
; laet Friday.
Jatnge Latham of fit Johns, spent I < >
All Kinde of Building
' Sunday with friends here.
Material .... Ruatic.
Flooring, Ceiling and
Mrs. Hattie White of Portland, has < ►
Is-en quite iil at the boms of her mother i I p ►
i Mrs. Wm Johnson
ALL KILN DRIED
Mr. ami Mra Raticock have lieen here < ►
John Papp has gone east ot the moun from Minnesota visiting Mr. and Mrs. < ► Bn E. W MILLER, LENTS
X Wih'v-Allen Office
< ► L
E. D. Chamberlain.
tains to «¡tend the summer.
TAROS AT LENTt JUNCTION
Frank Langerand went to Bullrun on
business this week.
Thirty-five numbers were sold at the < p
Joe Myer made a trip to Oregon City dance last Saturday night, which was a i p
very enjoyable affair
John Rogers left a few days ago for »♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦•♦•♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦•i
Frank Sorios lias cleared and plowed
Seattle, Wash., to remain for sometime.
three acres of new land this year
The Methodist Church has been un
Mrs Brenwald of Portland is visiting dergoing needed repairs. The ladies
have purchased and laid new carpet.
with Mr. and .Mrs. Wm Waespe.
J. Cole is able to be around a little
with the aid of crutches, after nearly
•ix weeks confinement with a broken
School commenced last Tuesday with
The two cottages belonging to Guv
Orisi Taken at any Time-—Quick Delivery.
Guy luirkins of Marquam as teacher.
! < taburn of Portland, are being repair«!.
J. P Woodie and wife were at Dover
Troutdale has so far heen free from
Lagrippe is the
last week visiting their son Guy.
WE’CARRY A FULL LINE OF MILL FEED
J. W. Exon went to Gresham Sundav
to represent the taymens Association of
Market] Price Paid for Grain
the Oregon Conference in the interest of
the new church at Sandy.
Mr. and Mrs. Nuoly, recent arrivals
from Washington, have taken charge of
the cook-house at Olson's mill.
For Diseases of the Skin.
Nearly all diseases of the skin, sudi
Roliert Jonsrud went to 1 j » Camas,
as ecxsma. tetter, salt rheum and bar Wash., on business Monday.
tier's itch, are characterised by an in-
Instead ot a debate next Saturday
1 tense itching and smarting, which often evening, each speaker will choose any
makes life a burden and disturbs sleep subject he desires. Coon songs by Will
and rest. Quick relief may be had by Thompson and E. Hickey will be a fea
applying Chamberlain's Salve. It allays ture of the evening.
the itching and smarting almost in
Readers of The Herald who have not
stantly. Many cases have lieen cured
already done so, would do well to read
by its use. For sale try Gresham Drug
and put into practice the thoughts ex
pressed in the second article on the
editorial page of last week's issue.
Fairview, March 4—Mrs. A. T. Axtell
ami Mr«. Alma Hall will give a 10 Mat
tea for the tanefit of the ladies Society
of Smith Memorial Church, next Thurs
day afternoon, Mar. II, at Mrs Axtell's
Mrs. A. M. Anderson ia ill with
Frank Ellison was down from Hood
River Saturday on liusmees.
Mias Susie Hall ha« been visiting in
Portland for a few days.
Meryl Healin and Elisabeth ami Role
ert Holm have scarlet fever.
W.J. Byer» of Grangeville, Ida., and
G. II. Chapman of Salem, Ore., were
of the former'» brother, Wm.
Napoleon Davis and family have lieen
ill with lagrippe.
F. D. Axtell is expected home from
California in a lew days,
Mr«. Wm Tegarl has Iwen spending a
few days witli her daughter, Mr». B.
'1'Hlrcth ill PullUlld.
E. D. Wetmore he» gone to Burns,
| Or., where ha will run a moving picture
Mr. ami Mr». Zimmerman entertained
their daughter and her liuaband, Mr.
ami Mrs. Thomas Miller of Barton over
Miss Alla Jackson of Cascade Lock«,
is «pending sometime with her grand-
mother, Mrs. C A. Stewart.
Mr. Stewart has purchased an interest
in a launch and will be employed on it
Mrs. ('. L. Creesy entertained the Aid
Society of the M. E. church on Wednes
George McIntyre of Troutdale, ejient
Saturday and Sunday with Ina sister,
Mr«. Cora Anderson.
School was closed on Monday to pre
vent if iioeaible, any further spread of
MILLER-MOWERY LUMBER :
CHOPPING AND ROLLING
DEPOSITS. $8665 59
BANK OF TROUTDALE
OPENED FOR BUSINESS NOVEMBER IH.
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES TO RENT
M. I. llARl/iW
B. C. 1.ARSON
SUN-DIAL FEED MILL
Watkins’ Stock Tonic
• 115 00
ao lb. ¡«11 ...................... ... a oo
15 iba* Poultry Tonic
L E. HARLOW,
C. H. LANE
Stiff neck is causer! by rheumatism of
the muscles of the neck. It is usually
confined to one side, or to the back of
the neck and one aide. While it ia often
quite painful, quick relief may be had
by applying Chamberlain's Liniment.
Not one case of rheumatism in ten re
quires internal treatment. When there
is no fever and no swelling as in muscu
lar and chronicjrheumatism, Chamber
lain's Liniment will accomplish more
than any internal treatment.
by Gresham Drug Co.
Mrs. G, Black burn visited her daugh
ter, M s. Ida Holmes of Oregon City,
and Let it Alone
Mr. Carlson and family moved into
the farm recently vacated by Mr. Sal-
Surveyor» have been working about a '
mile north of the Lusted school.
Mr. Burton of Columbia Slough was |
visiting friends in this vicinity several |
Then it will Take Care
i STOVER GASOLINE ENGINES
From 2 to 50 Horse Power
Simply start the Stover and then go on with your work,
the Stover will do the rest. It is the most simple gasoline
engine made. It consumes very little gasoline in compari
son to power furnished. Stover engines develope full rated
power. They are water cooled and have a make and
break spark system. The Stover is easy to keep in run
ning condition and a man daesn’t have to be a mechanic
to understand successfully how to operate it.
Mrs. Ed Andrie visited a few days
with friends at Rullrun.
Alauit thirty-five people met and sur- ;
prised Mrs. Miller of Pleasant Home (
last Thursday. Each lady took a lunch
and a fine dinner was had at noon. The
ladies presented her with some nice
dishes as a remembrance and all ex- j
pressed themselves as having a good
Mr. Kellog, who purchased I. Tredo's
place, is moving this week.
Me want your l-arm
I jinda to SELL, im-
IiroviMl or unimproved
arg»’ ,,r small :
We advertise Oregon
Farms For Sale,
the East : : : :
Oregon Homes Co
221 12 Morrison Street, Portland, Ore.
Who Handles the Best, Freshest
and Cheapest Stock of General
Merchandise in the County.
Try Him and See for Yourself