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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (March 5, 1909)
MOL XT SCOTT
Busy Session of Council
(Continued from Page I.)
W. A. Noble ol Resovoir Park, lias ent provisions for tire protection I» en
moved to the Valley and ia employed at acted ami especially should this lie done
in regard to the new building's ll«>W
N F. Gillespie of Independence, and * the sawmill.
formerly of Corvallis, visited with the
The ha-ation of Wilson station is to be
Croaawalks will lie built on Main
Kershners over Sunday.
changed to coliform with tlie road which
Mr. Tyler of Maio .treet ha» been i is at prevent several hundred feet to the st reel al the Carlson building, on Tow •
veiy ill. lie had a severe attack Sun ' west. A building similar tu others on ell street at M. E. church and near the
school house. They are being put in '
the line will be erected and light» fur-
Miss Blanche Ret her fort! is authoress i ntoheii. This will make Wilson an im
Numerous bills were pas»<*l u|s>n and
of a |»»m entitled. Io Twentylami. It portant station as the new road to
ordered |>«id and adjournment followed.
i» published in the Evangelic«! Herald. lie built this spring will have much
The present council, under Mayor F. B.
Mr Rleything of Gray» Crowing is , patronage.
Stuart, is doing good work and with llie
Ths |>ath on the Foster road ia being help and support of all citizens will un
sick with pneumonia.
Misses Ewarta and Z'mmerman ami slowly but surely put into shape. Ram doubtedly do much for the gis*l of the '
Mr». Ihirnall were present at a lunch has somewhat hindered work, but by town.
Attend the meetings the first
eon given Saturday by Mi»a IXiugherty Saturday the board walk will be done Tuesday in each month. They would
and there is talk of holding an Easter appreciate it, also suggestions or pro
at her home, 774 Kearney street.
promenade to exhibit its good features. posals for their consideration. Don't
Carl Tiacher moved ioto hi» liouae in
Mr. and Mrs. Yale, parents of Mr. Stand luu-k and kick because they do
Evergreen Park Friday.
Noah Kesterson are living on the Bey- not attend to matters they have no
Minor Elliot is the latest victim of
Call their attention to
carelew jumping from a street ear and
A W. Rolierton is making good pro them and help them all you can.
is laid up with a broken leg.
grves in fencing his place.
Thomas Baltin, who has lived south
Tom Snashall is still quite low, but
of I>nts for several years, died suddenly
on Wednesday of heart di»e«»e. The hopes are entertained for Ins recovery.
W. <». Cathey i« home from aouthrrn
The Push Club listened to an inter
funeral was held from the Evangelical
church on Friday and interment was at esting address on "What to 1‘ush and
We hear talk <»( a gn terry «tore I »ring
How to Push It," by Hon. J. D. Lee
•Carted at thia placa. It ia nrrdrd.
Rev. Goode was sick thia week and
The switch hr re ia in very l»a«i con
unable to have charge of Mr. Baltin’s particularly i-iterealsd in good roads
and gave the Club much encouragement dition and ahoukl have a coaling of
gravel. Shipper# have to go to Jetine
in their efforts in this direction.
Miss <irace Morrill received a second
to load car«.
FINE CLOVER HAY —For Sale at
It is.gratifying to note the salubrious
Webb Farm. Phone 15*.
Mr. Bort, who Knight a piece of the
tion and will return to her school next
ex|ien-le>l on a good cause has had on Percy Girae place, 1« making «everal im*
- One car of horses will arrive March otb.
surrounding communities. Several dis provemmla.
S. S. Thompson. Phone Sx. Gresham. I 1
tricts long silenced by lethargy and lack
Mr. Wrgman ia having hia place set
FOUND—A Place to have furniture
of leadership have this week put on re out in young fruit trees.
repaired and retinished.
Ferry Oberg has been confined to the cord their needs in the matter ol roads.
The I io I'I wh I m arr started fur ra
Furniture Store. Gresham.
house with a serious case of poison oak
Vote for the man who looks alter vegetables. This lias lietm a very hl
the past week
ANYTHING YOU WANT’
s«*a*on on rowebuMirs. They are b:u
your interests in the best shape.
Foil SALE— A large tract for platting.
Miss M. E. Palmer has been confined
injured forth in the city ami country.
Small tracts, acreage, timber, business
to her home with an attack of the grip. Mr Shelton from Washington county,
Mrs. Winnie Bowman, formerly of
houses, lots, residences, real estate
mortgages, bonds, hav in mow. hay in We hope to hear of her recovery soon.
A committee from the Push Club thia place, hut now from California, is
field, horses add fresh cows.
It is up to the Chief of Police to open was before the Clackamai* County Court visiting at her father's, Rev. Cathey.
Best Dairy Ranch in county, close to
in regard to road matters Wednesday.
We hear that Ernest (iiese'a place
car line For Rent. Long terdl. En Pearl street. 11a! ha!
A Market Operated in Connection With D. W. Metzger’s
Grocery and Feed Store on Powell Street. We are buying
the Farmer’s Produce and Pay the Highest Cash Price.
When in need of Fresh, Salt or Smoked Meats, Lard,
Fish or Poultry, Call on us, Our prices will Surprise You.
Mr. Rinehart from eastern Oregon is
GOOD WOOD—For Sale.
Deliver visiting here at the Morelock home.
ed promptly anywhere.
Phone 3!» or
E. D. Farmer, lately from South Da
see Aaron Knighton. Gresham.
>12 kota. is in the Yilla. He says it is good
LOST—LadieeGold Watch, open face, enough for him for the rest uf his life.
short leather chain attached, lost be
The Standard Broom Company is
tween Pleasant Home and Anderson,
Feb IS. Return to Herald office and building an addition to their plant.
The gymnasium will be dedicated on
Ctiiiotid of Lind Plaster
FOR SALE CHEAP—(rood all around
gentle horse, middle age, weight 1<<M)
pounds; good traveler.
Enquire first house north
W. G. Ilomm’e, Gilberts Crossing, O.
W. P. Springwater Division.
TAKEN UP—Small heifer, about S
months old. Dark striped. Owner can
have it by (laying expenses. A. F.
Johnson, Gresham, Route 5, box 5. (12
FOR RENT — One - half acre, good
new bouse, new barn and chicken house,
At Gresham. Applv to E.
Full Supply of Feed, Groceries, Oil,
Etc., at M. E. Barrick's. Gates.
CLEAN UP SALE
of rough and sized lumlier.
prices will lie made for a short time to ; :
clear the yards.
Olson Lumber Co.
One mile N. E. Kelso.
Never for one moment pennit yonr-
is-lf to neglect a colti.
are M-rioiM and dangrrom*. Stop
thè colti at once, there lire safety
Get a|ls>x of
A. D. S. COLD AND
Guaranteed by an Association of
10,(MX) Qualified Druggists
Becks have lieen released from quar*
antine after several weeks of sickness.
Mr. Palmer has secured right-of-way
from Mr. Root and has a large force of
men making a plank road to his timber.
He purchased the Anderson A Htrucker
and the Hickey timber. lie expects to
start the mill this month.
Robt. Tassel is moving to I-ebanon.
Three large transformers have arrived
at the power house.
Chas. Cox is driving the Sandy stage.
J. A. Imel has bought two lots adjoin
ing his place, from B. E. Card.
buy to v<»ur l«rat ad vaut
kinds of grain and íevd i
We buy direct,
a middleman. Nut sed.
and save money
spiug 1« tirar. S|iriiigtitn# la are<|
tliiir Wv liavr all k i ti*!« <4 gardrii
arrda hi nr I re l troni.
I). W. METZGER
-TIIK roWKI.t. STtiKKT UROCBN"
GRFHH VM. OHE.
IE Gresham Harness Shop
FOR BALE — Freeh young family
cow». E. A. Yunker, 3 mile« south of
We carry a full line of hardware
lor the builders
See our stuck.
We »1» . carry all
Inds of finishing materials and
the biggest and best supply of
shinglra in town.
J. C. Harrison has sold his place for has been surveyed and divided among
gdOlVtoT. R. Baldwin who moved onto the widow ami children, to ¡terhapa
the place Thursday. The community there will be tome more houses soon
Mrs Baldwin, daughter of Mr. Me
loses a good citizen in .Mr. Harrison.
Millan, who went to Alaska for tier
Mrs J. D. Lee and Mrs. Tryphoea
health, ie much better
Abrams of Lincoln, visited with Mr».
G. N. Sager Thursday.
FoR SALE—Single Comb Rhode March 14. Be sure an-1 attend the cere
Island Keils and White Leghorns High monies.
This 1» a great addition to
Continued from last week.
class, healthy vigorous stock.
Miss Hattie Townsend, who has ticen
lent lavers. Eggs. $1.50 per 15. Mount
Scott Poultry yards, box IM. 1,-ente.
in Portland a few month«, spent Sunday
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with her sister Mrs. E. E. Quay.
FRESH COWS For Sale.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlee Clark enter-
Miss Lyda Bramhall spent Saturday
X. Clanahan. Division st.. Gresham. - tained their friends Saturday evening
and Bunday at home, she is one of the
Zurflueh Broe., at I-ents. Ore., pav with a dancing party at their home.
contestants in the spelling contest for a
Highest Price for fresh cows
W. B Cornutt and family of .Mt. trip to the Seattle Fair.
them a line.
Tabor visited relatives here Sunday.
Miss Lizzie Hunter was out from
FoR SALE—DeLavel Cream separa
Mrs. Knight who has been living in
tor. >30. Top buggy. 630.
Both in Portland for several months was out Portland to visit tier parents, Mr. and
.Mrs. 3. Cannon.
Wm. Waespe, Sandv,
(12 first of the week visiting her father and
Harry Meserve was assisting his sister
mother. Mr. and Mrs. Dixon.
Mrs Itouglas on Sunday.
V. P. Barrick and wife of Litchfield,
At Strans Lumber Company’s Mill, Minn , stopped on their way home from
Mr. Harrison is much missed at the
east of Kelso.
Lumber of all sorts.
church meetings as he was an active
Frame, Siding, Flooring, at Bargain spending the winter in California, to
visit at the home of bis uncle, Amos member.
rates. Call or write for prices.
Straus Lumber Co.. Boring. Ore.
Barrick of this place.
About twenty voting folks gat tier el at
A number from here attended church the home of .Mr layman and tendered
CHOICE DAIRY LANDS
Miss .Minnie a surprise party, A lunch
sone choice dairy lands in Lincoln an lent» Sunday evening
county at very low figure. Come in and
was served and all had an enjoyable
get further information from us H. M.
Chitwood, Real Estate < iffice,
Arleta, Good Cough Medicine for Children.
Epworth I-eagne held a buninea*
The season for coughs and colds is
meeting Friday evening
FOR RENT —
Acree at Pleasant
Walter Murry spent a few days in
Home, 45 acres in pasture, 5 in cultiva tie used to protect the children.
tion. Houee.barn, orchard, gixsi well. child is much more likely to contract Portland with his uncle.
Applv to W. G. Calvin. Gresham. R. diphtheria or scarlet fever when he has
Kenneth Ixiuderback was seen here
a cold. The quicker you cure his cold the first of the week.
FOR RENT—Dairy farm of 150 acres, the lees the risk. Chamberlain's Cough
tools with farm. Good house and barns.
Remedy ie the sole reliance of many
One block from depot. At a bargain.
mothers, and few of those who have Mail going eouth to Boring, Esternila,
Call or write The Herald, tiresham.
trie! it are willing to use any other. etc. leaves thè Gn-sbam office 5:55a.m.
FOR RENT—Fifty-five acre* of choice
Mrs. F. F. ."•tarcher of Ripley, W. Va., and 3:10 p. rii; mali going north to
hay land. Call or write to The Herald
“I have never used anything Portland, etc. leaves thè office at 4:86
at Grew bam.
p. in. and 7 :40 a m.
other than Chamberlain's Cough Rem-
Owing to thè alene cliange, thè
FOR SALE—Gas plant, in good con eily for my children and it has always Rural Free Delivery Carriere li-ave thè
dition, very reasonable. Would trade given satisfaction.”
This remedy con office to serve their Fonte» at K:;i0 a ni.
for good driving horse.
I. McColl P. M.
call at Gresham Livery Stable. J. E. tains no opium or other narcotic and
(11 may lie given as confidently to a chald
as an adult.
For sale by < ireeham
FOR SALE—10 to 100 good breeding
ewes. T. R. Howitt A Co., Gresham. - Drug Co.
.Mr. ami Mrs. Wm. Childer» left on
cordwood TV op . SALE
Mon-lay morning for a few weeks stay
For SADDLES. H ARNESS ami ALL
Ilelivered in Gresham, Troutdale and
in eastern Oregon with hopes of benefit
Fairview. All sound.
ing Mr. Chihier’s health,
livery. Phone or write Frank <>ustaf-
son, Gresham, Route 5. Phone 2M. [13'
George Stockton ie much improved.
AU Kinds Kepslrlng quickly done.
Tin- revival meetings are well attended
FOR SALE—Extra Large Cellar Posts.
GUST LARSON, Prop., Gresham
anil much interest is manifested.
IL FL Davis, Mountain View Farm,
Gresham, Ore. Phone 21.
George Crane ie in the hospital for an
WANTED — A horse, about 11(0 in
weight, gentle, to work single. T. R.
Mrs. Max Ruehle accidently fell down
stairs last week and hurt herself quite
FOR SALE — S C. White Leghorn
eggs for setting. Full-blooded stock, $.5
Er hundred. Nels Rodlun. Gresham,
With a Cold
Builder s Hardware
la stiwkml with a large assort-
ment of the choleesl, Ireshesl and
lw»t on the market. Try our Très.
Coffees, Spicv» and otlier iieeeaaitir»
of the table, our prives are right,
Our g<»sl» are svledvd with car»
and Isuight in guantitv, tliat's why
<>ur prie, » are ao low. Juin uur armv
of salistied cuatumara.
to arrive» about tho fir«t ut lit# month
I'larr y«»ur ortUra early amt tliry will
receive our prompt attention.
planter ia the l»eal on the market,
l et ua figure with you. on amall or
Urge amounta, we can aave you
Wanted, For Sale, Lost
quire FIRST STATE BANK
Our Grocery Department
Several carloads of ties are shipped
from here each week by various mills.
The l-adies Missionary Society met
with a fair attendance Hat Saturday at
the home of Mrs. C. P. Johnson.
Chas. Norblom wears a smile that
won't come off. The stork left a big
ten pound boy at his home on Eeb. 26.
C. L. CRENSHAW
P. Wilson and S. Stefianson have sold i
their farms ea«t of tiresham for
and $3»M0 respectively.
Rev. E. Scheratrom of Portland and
Rev. Chas. Asplund of Bellingham, i
Wash., spent Monday with Mr. ami
Mrs John Palmblad.
Rev. J. Johnson of IHmaarus, preach* |
ed at Reaarea Bunday afternoon.
JEWELER and OPTICIAN
Tinner and Plumber
Rev. J. E. Nordling ia home from;
Vancouver. B. C-, where he stteudeil
the conference meeting. He was much
pleased with the cleanliness ami order ;
maintained in King Edward's land.
l>ealer in Pi (te ami Pump Fia*
tures. Sheet-Iron Work.
: Expressing, Graying “?T :
J. H. HOSS
KODAK AND CAMERA SUPPLIES
F. W. FIELDHOUSE
Now is the Time
Mrs. J. Blackball and daughter of
Portland, visited her -laughter, .Mrs.
Floyd E. Reed, Monday and Tuesday.
Several of the young jieople enjoyeil a
social hop at the new hall Friday night.
1 tilt 40(*,
2 cilia AU c,
X ruta «Oc per COT«!
When summer ha, pass-
i-d in these northern
states, Hie sun ia only
mild under the bright
blue skies of Southern
California. This is one
ol nature's happy pro
for those w ho cannot en
dure n more »were cli
California has lieen call-
rd the “ .Mecca of the
winter tourist." Its ho
tels anil stopping places
an- as varie-l as those of
well regulate, I cities.
Visitors can always (in-1
and varied, pleasing rec
THE EASTWOOD NORSERIES
Ralph Rogers, who is attending school
at Manor, Wash., visited Ids parents
for a few days.
Re«l<len4M>, Main Hl.
■Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Chamlierlain en
joyed a visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. Bab
When writing or facing with our ad-
cock of Everett, Wash., last week.
vertia«*ra pb am* mention that you naw
ad. in The Herald.
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Reed made a busi
ness trip to Astoria last week
Mr. Saunders ami family departed for
Columbia Beach on .Monday to make
their future home.
■Mrs Spyhrock was on the sick list for
several -lays last week.
Mrs. Clara Smith went to Portland
on Friday to accompany Mis« Etliel
home from the Gorsl Samaritan hospital
where «lie underwent an operation for
appendicitia and i« now convalescing.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC CO
Miss Emma Hankey went to Portland
Sunday to remain several days.
Will lie gla<| tn supply some
very attactive literature, de
scribing in detail the many de
licts of winter in California.
Very low round trip excursion
tickets are on sale to California.
The rate from Portland to Loa
Angeles and return is
At a meeting of the school directors
of district .’ill on Monday it was decided
to suspend school indefinitely owing to
diptheria. While there are no cases in
the district, there have been two deaths
near and there are several cases in the
! vicinity of Hurlburt.
POWELL VALLEY ROAD.
YOUR WHOLE FAMILY
Martin J. Scott from Montana is here
visiting his cousin, Mrs. Hendrickson.
Mrs. Wm llornecker narrowly escap
Mrs. Bruner, of Linnemann, visited ed being in a runaway last Tuesday.
OREGON ¡ ;
with her sister, Mrs. Andrew Zenger on She ha«i alighted to open a gate anil the
Wednesday of last week.
team became frightened and ran.
AND CENTURY. PREMO ANO HAWK EYE
Wilson Stock Ranch shipped a fine
bunch of beef cattle to Troutdale on
—"Distributing Station for—
i -, -, t. « i o
Little Arvid Peterson had a narrow j
eaca|»e last week while playing <>n a
wagon ami holding a rusty pocket-knife
r Phone 14X
Gresham, Ore. J
in hie hand. He slip|»ed and fell to the
ground, the knife cutting him severely
over the riba. He ia out of danger now.
Mrs. Palmblad has a new K hni gravity
washer. She hasn't believed in wash
ing machines lieforv, hut now she
wouldn't l>e without one for money. It
sHvea time ami lalmr. It'a just fine.
F. W. FIELDHOUSE
Shold weir Armor Plate
Hosiery, You would not
only sate vonrself the
usual darning worries,
but cut your hosiery bill
Limit six months, allowing
stopover priveh-ges in either
rates are in affect to all Cali
K-ir full Informal Inn. Klri-plns rar rrarrva-
Ilona and ticket,, call, write or Ivli-sraph
C. W. Stinger, C. P. A.
:ir<l and unRhhiKt
Wm. McMURRAV, G. P. A.