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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (April 23, 1909)
Idlest Spring Styles In
AUR FASTER HAI.EH WCM very
"" gratifying and we thank our
many ciiotomem for llx-ir liearty
STOCK haa beea care-
fully replcnlahed anti I* well
•ee fur you rae II.
Expert trimmers in charge
Mesdames Boone & Metzger
We arr prvparvd V»
cut all k i ml* of
wood < ni «hort no
Rev. llr<M-k of HI. Johns, took Dr.
Parkers place last Sunday and preached
I two fine sermons.
D. H. Robertson end family have pondent of O. W. p. ¡.and office, Immi
moved onto the Parker farm.
gration Bureau. Powell street, Grech-
1 The dance at Sandy Saturday night am.
wee well attended by the young people
Want improved farm or unimproved
acreage? a town lol, or house built?
Zeek Beers is clearing mors land.
Call al Thompson A Pug ha oflice, near
Mise Olive Gist and Mm. Ham Carrol
of Powell Valley visited al the home of
Mrs. Geo Beers last week.
THE EASTWOOD NURSERIES
The Jape are clearing for the Hhelter-
H<>mer and John Williams of Gresh
am were seen in this vicinity Hunday.
-SIX KIMtu* or-
Rough and Dressed Lumber, Shiplap, Etc
First-class Rustic, Flooring Moulding
at the Hlillaon home on Tuesday.
Mrs K. E. Morse of The Dalles, visit
ed her mother, Mra. Allard, Huudav.
Brown Lumber Co.
Mill n«ar F<wier
Gresham, Ore. R. 5
Boutb of Urrabam
Mra. Nellie Stilleoo Hunt, who under
went an operation in Spokane eeveral
' 'lays ago, was able to leave the hospital
H in need of Quality Buggies, Hacks,
Road Wagons. Wagons, please call at
John C. Heeoel'a, Agent, opp ¡xwtoffice.
CHOPPING AND ROLLING
Oriti Taken at any Time-Quick Delivery.
WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF MILL FEED
Market. Price Paid for Grain
SUN-DIAL FEED MILL
Comniercial trade solicited
Clean beds oud gixxi incoio
Ftad Stahl« ia C mik F im
CASPER JUNKER, Prop.
Mm. Maroney’s nephew and niece,
Mr. and Mrs Hhawl, of Mansion, Wis.,
will spend the Summer here and will
visit the A-Y-P Exposition at Seattle.
Mis» Listie Cook is in very poor
Mrs Myra Revenue of Sandy, visited
Mrs. Dave Itouglass over Sunday.
It is reported that scarlet ‘ever lias
turned out to lie only scarletena.
Noah Kuhns has la grippe.
The school has been closed on account
of scarlet fever.
Mm. Stones' new house was hnrned
Sunday night. The family were in bed
when the fire was discovered and had
liarclv time to get out anil saved onlv a
lew things. The bouse, which was fin
ished this winter, was a complete loss.
Dealers in Rock, Sand, Clay, Wood, Staple and Fancy
Commisions: Hay, Grain, Potatoes, Onions
and Farm Produce.
We Invite the Public to Call at the FINEST GENERAL
MERCHANDISE STORE IN MULTNOMAH
COUNTY and see our up-to-date Goods.
All of our lines, are as complete as anyone could wish;
and we feel confident in satisfying your wants.
Harlow, Blaser & Harlow
THE FAIRVIEW MERCHANT
Who Handles the Best, Freshest
and Cheapest Stock of General
Merchandise in the County.
Try Him and See for Yourself
Mr. an<l Mrs. W. E. Linneite of Brid
Mm. G. Lusted visited her sister, Mm. e
al Veil, visited the letter's mother, Mrs. Williams, who has been quite tick at
A. T. Tiller, here Hunday. They start the Portland Hospital.
for England about May 5 to visit Mr.
Mm. Zau has returned from a boai-
neee and pleaanre trip to Seattle.
The Lusted school ie rehearsing for a
George McIntyre has opened a barber
drama which they will present in the
Bishop Heil of Pennsylvania, preach
Mm. J. Goff of Portland, has been
ed in the Evangelical Church on Thurs visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G.
George Herron of Portland, bought
J. Moore of Portland, visited his two cars of potatoes
in thia neighbor-
mother here on Hunday. He leaves for hood the first of the week.
Alaska soon to be gone about five weeks.
Mr. Eder and family from Missouri,
Chester Stevens is off duty this week are visiting the former's brother, Phil
E<ier, and expect to make their home in
on account of a badly cut hand.
I. H. Farneam, a prominent druggist
of Spirit lake, Iowa, says: “Chamber
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets are
certainly the liest thing on the market
for constipation." Give these tablets a
You are certain to find them
agreeable and pleasant in effect. Price,
2ft cents. Samples free. For sale by
| Gresham Drug Co.
UPPER LA I DUR ILL
Mies Gertrude Fuchs of Portland, has
l>een spending a tew days with her aunt,
Mrs. Aaron Fox.
Miss Annie Htrager of Portland, has
been spending a few days with her sis
Dr. l*eveny of Mootavilla, has pur- ter here.
chased a lot in Wildwood Addition.
The Woman’s Club met on Thursday
Miss Jennie Fsuhion has gone to Port
afternoon with Mrs. F. E. Harlow. The
land to visit frieuds.
Miss Florence Meldruin has returned ladies are planning to improve the ap-
to her home in Portland
jiearance of the town by keeping the
Mr Tuttle and friend started for lawns clean ami beautifying their yards
Po<npei>, lint found the snow two feel by setting out grass and flowers. The
deep ami returned.
Club ex|x*cts to have a representative
II. W. Lang ie the cook at Welcliee
at the A-Y-P Exposition on Woman’s
Hotel during Miea Faubion's absence.
Frisby Maulding has gone to Port Dny.
land ou a business trip, supposedly.
Win. Welch ie in Portland after a new
supply ol groceries.
Mrs. Grace Curtis has been sick for
the past two weeks.
The Clear CreeK Ditch Co. have been
surveying on Salmon river.
Mrs. Bueeie has gone to Portland for
a few days.
Harlow, Blaser & Harlow
Mrs. F. A. Jette wiil return to ber
home in Chatnjxieg in a few days.
Let ua figure on your or dr re, large or small. Satiafaulion Guaranteed,
BUAX'KMMOIU« TO J
The O. R. A N. are having water pip
ed from ths Buxton farm, which is the
entire« of th« city’s water supply, to the
tanks and buildings at the station.
I eat air. Scuta lo c, I evia Ode p*r rove
Troutdale, April 22— The W. O. W.
entertained Rainbow Cirt-la on Thurs
day evening and had one of their grand
gorxi time«, ending with a big spread.
Herman Claaar had the misfortune to
loaa his wood-shoot by fire last Hunday.
Th« origin of the blase ie unknown. It
Mr. Osburn is clearing land for Mr
W. Filloon has made coma improve wee located al the east end of the Handy
ments to iiia grounds which adds much : bridge.
Mr. Barnes of Greaham, paid Cottrall to their appearance.
The t«ll-gaine between Troublale and
a business trip line week.
Mra H. Jackson and children have Greaham was very exciting and resulted
Miea Ida Radford visited 'borne folks
gone to Portland to live.
in a score of 3 to 4 in Troutdale's favor.
I over Hunday.
Mrs. Hall <>• Portland, has been visit
Mrs. Wm H urseell entertained the
Mrs Fraak Beam ie on the sick list.
ing tier sister-in-law, Mm Alma Hall.
Aid Hociety on Wednesday. Those pre
Mr. and Mrs J. B. Fowler have mor
sent were Meedamee F Morita, II Ihit-
el back to their own homo.
When you went to eoli your town ton, F. E. Zimmerman, Wm Hummed
Warren Ball of Salem visited his property, acreage, ranch or farm, list and J. M Edmonson and Mise Cornett.
| mother last week.
Mr. Fuller of Wisconsin, was a visitor
■ame at llmel'e Realty office
The surprise |«rty given in honor of
B. Edwards' birthday was a grand suc
cess and enjoyed by the many present
lUal-laues. Mala IH
Christian Endeavor was led by New-
Fairview, Ore., April 22—Mm. A. H.
i tag H' du,
' Home mills will have to close aa they Moller has |xircl>aa*l three lota adjoin
ing liar residence on Cadar street.
[ can gel no contracts.
Mrs. J. W. Townseod, Mra. W A.
Mrs Browning of Gresham, visited
her sister, Mrs. M Widener, Humlay.
Townsend and Mra. A. L. Slone were
The Puller ami Hhay plank road I* hostess«« at a Tea given on Thursday
afternoon al the home of Mm. J. W.
Towneend on the Handy road. A large
Mr. louderback la very III.
number of ladies were present and a
Mr. Kucher is some better.
tidy eum realiMoi for the beneAl of the
Mr. Ilaxlln is much Improved.
Mrs Stillman Andrews is belter.
Miea Iola Ball of Portland ie al home
here, recovering from the meaelea.
W000 FOR SALE
C. Herman has purchased five acres
Tom Evans has a crew uf men at work on the south end of J. Conway's place
and will have it cleared and put under
rushing things on the telephone line.
C. Cavegn was out from Portland this cultivation at once.
Saturday evening a dancing party in
i honor of Miss and Mr. Ballard was giv
F. Rix sold his place this week
en at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cole.
A. Gaulitx has put up a new «ire
Mrs. E. H. Knapp spent part of Tues
day and Wednesday at the home of her
aunt. Mm. A. Barriek.
A Healing Salve for Burna, Chapped
Hands and Sore Nipples.
A tract of land about one mile north
Ao a healing salve for burns, sores, west of the station has been laid out in
sore nipples and chapped hands Cham acre lots. A waler plant is being con
berlain's Halve io most excellent. It
allays the pain of a burn almost instant structed to supply the tract and soon
one may l>e able purchaae a lot in what
I ly, and unless the injury is very severe,
heals the parts without leaving a scar. will be one of Portland's best suburbs.
Price, 25 cents. E'or sale by Greehaui
Mrs. Nellie Snyder and son Arthur
have been visiting at the home of the
former's father, D. W. Cole.
Oregon Dry In^l910.
What Uses I «mor Ds far the farasr?
Oregon Homes Co.
All Kinds of Building
Material .... Rustic.
Flooring, Ceiling and
Farmer, look at these figures and see
what vou lose by having the liquor traf
fic instead of sober trade.
What the fanner WlQiata b> ProMbboe.
W age earner» in liquor making
One quarter the saving» of 10,000,000
The liquor traffic claims to pay the
- —- a.—...F
........................ 110.000.000 I I ►
A number of friends from Portland
Workingman, look at these figures and
s|>ent Sunday with Karl Ammons.
see how a sober land will need more
Best treatment for Colds.
hfot Mdiwfji taring wl « m by PnMItioa.
Ml 12 Morrison Street, Portland, Ore.
Which is not quite 2.2 per cent. For j
every dollar which the farmer receives !
for his product, liquor pays 2.2 cents.
What the woridsgawt wl «ata h ProMffioa.
■ lives above Ix-banon, and a brother late-
Additional wage-earners In factories
1 ly from Eastern Oregon.
required by Prohibition ............. iWC.SJO
Call or Wr*o
Troutdale, - Oregon •
Value of (arm products. 1*C
. ta.16n.6S7.134 .
Liquor manufacturer» claim to buy
of the farmer......................... 110309,iW7
! little daughter Helen, spent part of the
Wage-earners, look at these figures
i week with her mother, Mm. Bristow.
and see how Prohibition will bring work
Mrs. Pfister has been having the plea for you and pay you more than *241,000- ,
sure of a visit from her father, who (»0 more after the liquor traffic is gone '
»e want your Farm
I ends to SELL, irn-
Íirovcd or unimproved
xrR>' or small : : : :
We advertise Oregon
Farms For Sale, in
the East ::::::
5Oc a Cord
S kk E. W. MILLER, LENTS
MILL AID TAROS AT LEITS JUKTM»
Will ProhfcltioaJWl Do far Wags-tarnm.
I ocrea»« tn factory wages resulting
Fleming, accompanied by her
Wages now paid in liquor making
"Most ordinary colds will yield to the
simplest treatment,” says the Chicago
Tribune, “moderate laxatives, hot foot
baths, a free perspiration and an avoid
ance of exposure to cold and wet after
While this treatment ie
simple, it requires considerable trouble
and the one adopting it must remain in
doom for a day or two, or a fresh cold is
almost sure to lie contracted, and in
| many instances pneumonia follows. Is
I it not better to pin your faith to an old
reliable preparation like Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy, that ie famous for its
' cures of colds sud can always be depend-
upon? For sale by Gresham Drug Co.
Gasoline Wood- Saw
To be GOOD, must he the result of
Experience and Skill
WE HAVE BOTH
We guarantee to do all sorts nffwork
Just a Little Better Than Anyone
Else—Just as Cheap and probably
Cheaper. Come and see us when
you want FIRST CLASS WORK.
General Repair work at Special Rates
Horseshoeing our Specialty
Only Skilled Help Employed
By L. H ADorrua, Lents. Oregon
As the above captio.i is the slogan
that has been sent out over the state by
the temperance forces, it would lie well
and most timely, for us to examine into
some of the facts concerning this propo
sition. What would be the gain to us
if no license prevailed? As this is pre
eminently a farming state, we turn to
facts for the farmer and wage-earner
in general, first.
The bone and sinew of our national j
body ie the labor world, and if it can be |
shown that it would be of great advan
tage to the industrial world to have the ;
state dry in 1910, then we are bound to
work for it.
We submit a few authoritative facts
from the Enquirer.
C. L CRENSHAW
Tinner and Plumber
Three-quarters of the savings of
The liquor traffic claims to buy
Dealer in I’tpe and Tump Fix
tures. Sheet-iron Work.
Manufacturers, look at these figures e Powell St.
and see what you lose by having the
liquor traffic instead of sober trade.
JOHN C. HESSEL, AGENT
Real Estate and
Quality Buggies. Old
Hkkory Wagons. Disc.
Spike and Spring Tooth
Harrows. All Kinds of
Correspondent of O. W, P. land Office ¡migration Bureau. Recording Agent (or Home Fire
Insurance Co. of New York
Sale« Agent of the Empire Cream Separator Company Lt.
Sales Agent for Farlin A Orendorff, Portland. Notary Public.
Gresham, Oregon, Opp. Postoffice.