Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914, April 16, 1909, Image 3

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REGISTERED GERMAN COACH
ACHILL <n7
Will Have Headquarters for the Season of 1909
at Sandy Livery Barn.
Where he will stand Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Mon­
days at E. F. Donahues bam, Boring. X hursday
noon to Friday noon, Pounder’s, Corbett
ACHILL is a Beautiful Jet Black Stallion, Imported from
Germany in 1907 by A. C. Ruby & Company, Foaled
in 1902, Weight 1650, Height 18 1-2 Hands, Kind
Disposition.
TERMS: To Insure, $15. See bills for further particulars
(j. A. Cox,
Mnjçr.
E. Donahue, Sec’y
LUMBER
- A 1.1. KlNim iiP-
RoUgh nnd Dressed Lumber, Shiplap, Etc
First-class Rustic, Flooring Moulding
l.rl im figure on r<*ur order«, I arg«* or «mail. Hatiafaction Guaranteed.
Brown Lumber Co.
Nl < <
T<> J
F WIND
Mill near Fi»lrr
Gresham, Ore. R. 5
*>ulh of Ur< «ham
Phone Tí
CHOPPING AND ROLLING
(Jrlit Taken at any Time—Quick Delivery.
WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF MILL FEED
Market Price Paid for Grain
SUN-DIAL FEED MILL
IAIRVIEW,
Buy Your Season’s
BEE HIVES
Direct from Factory
Our« are made from On-gon t’edar,
Than which there ia no better
wood for thia purpose.
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MOD E R ATI; -
(hld-si/t-d hives made on order to the
‘Quern’a taste’ Our catalog will
I m - sent anywhere on request
WIIIIAMS BROS.. Manilla«lurers
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t I I A M Hr Sort h »'I
ora) •< i. - lug . hi <» M l‘ »
I I MTC
UDI'
WL.
IkSandy Hotel
First-class accommodation.
Commercial traile solicited
Clean beds anil good meals
End Stable ii Cattaceli««
CASPER JUNKER. Prop.
Sandy
Oregon
FAIRVIEW
TROUTDALE
Fairview. April 15—County surveyors
have been making preliminary surveys
this week for a road through the Hun
Dial iamb and J. I.ueclier's place to
the Columbia River.
1». O. Dmabar and wile of Portland,
have been visiting relatives here
Mr. Hteel siul family from Salem,
have moved into the IJttlepage house
O. II Hhsw ami wife are the proud
parents of a daughter, liorn April A.
Richard Arxiersoti and wifs ha vs a
flue boy, born April 9.
Mrs. Wm Hvsrs left for Coulee Chy,
Wash., on Monday to join her liuaband
who went to take possession ol their
new home a few days ago.
Mrs. I. Luscber ia very ill.
Miss Battle Stapleton of Puvllantl,
lias lean visiting her grandparents, II.
K-tas ami wife.
M,. » Qggf ol Beilmgliau», Wash,
has I teen visiting here.
E Smith spent last week in Newberg. ,
Mr. ami Mr». I' G .Mt»>aa havgl
moved from Portland for Hie summer. '
J. W Townsend is having extensi»«
improvements made on Ina farm.
J. Luacber will Install a gasoline out­
fit for pumping.
L. Kommer lias been fencing his place,
The O. W. P. are (Hitting their side­
tracks in »fiape for heavy traffic.
Mrs II Jackson ami children, from
Cascade lxicke, are visiting the former’s
parents, Mr. ami Mrs C. A. Htewatt.
Tt e Jacksons have dienoaad of their
Castle Rock property and will probably
make their home here.
Roy Anderson is employed a» opera­
tor by the W. V. T. Co.
William Stone has taken a poaili n as
clerk in the auditor's office ol the O. R.
A N. al Portland.
George McIntyre has again taken
charge ol the barlier shop.
Mrs II Natson is visiting her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. I today.
BANK OF TROUTDALE
TrouUlale, April 15— Mr. Annis Rey­
nolds mid daughter Alien cams out from
Portland awl »pent Halurday and Mun­
day here. Mr». Reynold» entertained I
st all Easter party on Saturday lor her
daughter
Mrs. E. J. Know of Portlswi attended
CAPITAL STOCK $10,000. PAIO UP
the O. E. H. tiers Hstanlay evening.
Mrs. R Latourelle visited hsr parents
here on Thursday.
Mrs. L. Williams of Bridal Veil, was
the guest ol her nieces, tbs Missea Rad
Accounts Solicited
No Exchanges on par point
lorU, the last of I he week.
of Portland
Mr». Ethel Marontasb and son have
returned irou, Seattle.
Sties Minnie Tibíate has entered the
training school at Chemawa.
Charles Bular has gone to Kansas.
MFETT KWH MIES
E. G. Bowen was here recently.
A library social will ta> given In the
reading-rooru on Friday.
Mrs. Wm Eaton will go to Belling­
ham in a few days to visit relatives.
Win llurshell has tasen quite ill.
Carl Chapman is ill with scarlet fever
at Ilia home in Portland.
T. J. U íleon of Pleasantville, Iowa, ia
visitlug his cousin, S. H. Lsgah, and in­
tends to locate in Oregon.
A li Kendall has gone into the chick­
en raising business.
UfTIK IAT0URH1
The Bank of Troutdale shows a sub­
C. Lovestade lias bought a new «agon.
stantial increase in the amount of de- I
11 Bcliultx is very busy getting out
T. HENSLEY
p-ieite. The increase has lasen about several car hauls of cedar posts tor ship­
Pi per cent in tlie past two months.
ment to Eastern Oregon.
TROUTDALE,
W F. Burkholder is very busy log­
ging this week
J.C. Wilson met with a serious ac­
cident last week Be waa driving acme»
the railroad track with a load of wood
and got stuck. A freight train came up
suddenly and struck the wagon, smash­
ing it and scattering the wood.
Mrs. Pearson is getting better.
A girl and a boy have ct.se from
England and will stop with Mrs. James.
For Constipation.
1. H Farneam, a prominent druggist
of Spirit l.akr, Iowa, save: •‘Chamber-
laiu'a Stomach and Liver Tablet, are
certainly the beet thing on liie market
fur constipation." Give these tablets a
You are certain to find them
trial,
agreeable and pleasant iu effect. Price,
2o cents. Sample, tree. For sale by
Gresham Drug Co.
Sorrow's plow cuts the furrows for
joy’s harvest.
PLLASANI HOMf
Walter Murry, Mr«. KstirCoas, Zelma
A Healing Salve for Burna, Chapped and Cecil spent Bunday with Mr». Jo»ie
Hands and Sore Nipples.
Lake.
A very interesting F.pworth Ix-ague
As a healing salve lor burn«, aom*.
sore nipple« and chapped hand« Cham­ was led by 1. N. 1. Shriller Sumiay.
berlain s Salve ia must excellent. It
The Easter exercises given in the
allays the |«in of a burn almoat instant­ M. E. Church Sunday morning were
ly, and unless the injury is very aevere, well attended and all were glad to see
heals the part« without leaving a «car. the little ones do no well. Mrs. Calvin
Price, S5 rente. For «ale by Gresham i decorated the church very nicely with
i Drag Co.
lillies, roses and Oregon grape. After
i the service each member of the Epworth
league carried a tillv to the cemetery
CLDARVILLE
and placed it on W. Harrison’» grave.
A great many people came out from
Ixmard Lounderback is now living at
the city to «pend Eaater and hunt ern­ home.
Mr. WcgtoHii «eema to be going ia to
Rev. Creecv will speak both morning
the chirkrii boetneae.
and evening next Sunday.
The sneak thief in bnwjr again. Mi*
Misses A ida Calvin, Hattie Town-
Cora Gieee loat four of her tineet lien® send. Wileua Shriner, Helen Brower
I a pt week. It fM-ems as though it IP and Flora Hillvard, all spending the
about time the neighbors !>«<! something winter ill Portland, were visiting old
to any amt to do alxxut it, a« it m well friend» here Saturday and Sunday.
known w tin <I< h -« it.
last week Mrs. Hodgkins took Miss
Mr* Bickel and Fred Bickel were out Bradlield» place and Misa Arleths Can­
Sunday, visiting at Mr. Gi«««v*a.
non hilled the vacancy made by her last
Mr. anti Mr«. C. F. Rurgg visited at week, but this week Miss Bradfield is
Sandy with relative« Sunday.
able to teach.
Mr». George Carpenter, who has been
very »iclt, is sloalv improving.
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ROCKWOOD
Mr. Hites' house caught fire last week
Mu«« Nellie Brown of Buxton visited and burned before much could be saved
Rockwood friend« a few day« l««t week. The cause is unknown.
Mr«. J. Quinn han been aick,
Mrs. E. M. Doiigla»» made a business
W. 11. Hall ia fencing hi« place and trip to Portland the tirat of the w«*ek.
Will Calvin start«*,! for Idaho this
otherwise making improvement«.
Mr«. J. Richmond entertain«*«! her week to H|>end several week« with hi«
aunt «4 Oregon City, a few day« loot father, mother and brother.
Mr. Ban h is building a fine house on
w«*ek.
his place aouth of here.
Mr«. Wm Rowen ia quite sick.
Rev. Cre«-«y preached a very interest­
If in nee<| of Quality Baggie«, Hackt,
ing sermon here on Easter.
Road Wagon«, Wagon«, please call at
The little Rockwood Brown« distin­ John C. llesael’», Agent, opp. poetoffice.
guish t*d themm-lv«-« Sunday in the base­ Gresham.
ball games, I wing victorious both morn-
I ing and evening.
Barring accidents
SAND!
thia team w ill twat the top of the bunch
in eastern Multnomah at the end of the
Mr. Allison. one of Sandy*« black-
season.
■niith», I, building a new residence.
Gu« Brown and Floyd Lovelace have
M. McCormick is ill with la grippe.
rrturneil from Southern Oregon.
The new building for Vic Foaburg’s
Mias I>ora Stockton accompanied her harness »hop is nearing completion.
cousin, Miss Vera Camp, to Estacada to Sandy will soon have the heat equipped
visit the latter’s parents over Easter. harness shop in this part of the county.
Miss Vera ia attending school, intend­
Mr. Hupitx wa » out from Portland to
ing to complete the eighth grade.
spend Sunday with his family.
Floyd Lovelace mad«* a Hying trip to
There was an exciting game of base
Vancouver a couple of days last weeb to ball here Sunday between Sandy and
visit an old chum, while there he heard Kelso, the latter winning.
Rev. Shannon and was much interested
Joe Coining, who has been spending
in his talk
a week’s vacation with his parents, has
returned to Mount Angel College where
he will resume hi, studies.
The services at St. Michael’s Church
were well attended on Easter.
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COTTKELl
The Cottrell children were taken for
an outing in the woods on Arbor Day.
Clifford Schneider was home Sunday. ]
B. Hart visited his parents Sunday.
Jess Hist ha. returned from Seattle I
and reports work very scarce.
Hannah Hedin waa at home Sunday.
Miss Ret Herford paid an Easter visit
to her home.
It is quite possible that the Cottrell
School will continue lor another month. (
Mr. Iledin is improving some from
his illness.
Mr. Ijtuder is also some better.
Rev. Parker will preach at Cottrell
next Sunday.
Y’onng Beilin closed some important
options in and near Gresham this week.
Did Harvey Schneider go to Anderson
for his health.
*
Mrs. Myjtle Manning is tie prowl
mother of a daughter.
OREGON
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SALMON
Glenn McIntyre, who had hi, leg
broken recently by having a log roll on
it and was taken to the Good Samari­
tan Hospital, han since had pneumouia,
and i, now recovering.
Mr Borthwick and aaeiatant are here
surveying and platting out the forty
acre, recently sold by J. T. McIntyre.
Mr». A. M. Yocum paaaed through
here a few day, ago on the way to her
home at Government Camp, or Pompeii
an it ia now called.
| George Odell ia working at Sandy.
William Odell and Kolla Shangle are
' doing some »ladling for Fred Becbill on
his new homestead.
Want improved farm or unimproved
acreage0 a town lot, or houee built?
Call at Thompson A Pugh’s office, near
(iresham di pot.
Gasoline Wood- Saw
5Oc a Cord
Troutdale, - Oregon
Phone Farmers
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BLACKSMITHING
To be GOOD, must be the result of
Experience and Skill
WE HAVE BOTH
We guarantee to do all sorts offwork
J11st a Little Better Than Anyone
Eli*—Just as Cla*ap and proltaldy
(’Reaper. ('ome aw I rev us when
you want FIRST CLASH WORK.
General Repair work at Special Rates
Horseslns-ing our Specialty
Only Skilled Help Employed
JAMES GOODFELLOW
GRESHAM, OREGON
WOOD SAWING
GASOLINE SAW
P atents
T rioi M irrs
D esigns
’
CoeVRIGHTS 4c.
Anvone »ending a »ketch and description mar
qufeKly »»certain our optuton free whether au
invention t» probably patentable. Communlca-
Uon»»trictlyconfl<le: ttal. HANDBOOK on Patent«
•ent free. Oldest asrency for securing pater.:».
Patenta taken through Munn & Co. receive
•prru»^ not ire, without charge, in the
Scientific American.
A handsomely lllnstrated weekly, largest cir­
culation of any scientific Journal. Tern «. $3 a
year : four month», $L Sold by all newsdealers.
MUNN l Co.»"—'New fort
Branch OflJce. CS F Ft-. Washington. D. C.
We are prepared to
cut all kind* of
wood on short no­
tice
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WOOD FOR SALE
1 cut 4Oc. 2 cuts 5Oc, 3 cuts 6Oc per cord
THE EASTWOOD NURSERIES
Residence, Main 8t. Phone 2M
GRESHAM.
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OREGON
When yon want to sell your town
property, acreage, ranch or farm, list
same at Bessel’s Realty office.
Corres­
pondent of O. W. P. Land office, Immi­
gration Bureau. Powell street, Gresh­
am.
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J. W. BENECKE
THE FAIRVIEW MERCHANT
Who Handles the Best. Freshest
and Cheapest Stock of General
Merchandise in the County.
Try Him and See for Yourself
DECIDE
REOISTERY
NO.
55734
Thoroughbred Imported
Percheron
Owned by 6reshis Percheron Hone Assn.
Farm Lands Wanted
We want your Farm
lands to SELL, im-
> »roved or unimproved
arg»> or small : : : :
We advertise Oregon
Farms For Sale, in
tin* East ::::::
Will Have Headquarters for 1909 at DeWitt Ross’, Gresham,
where he will stand Saturday to Monday.
Mcndays at Frank McKinney’s place at Pleasant Home.
Tuesdays at Sandy. Wednesdays at Eagle Creek. Thurs­
day noon to Friday noon at Komer’s bam, Damascus.
SEASON TO BEGIN APRIL 1
Cat or W'rfte
Oregon Homes Co.
221 1 2JMorri«on Street, Portland, Ore.
TERMS,
$20 TO
INSURE
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