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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (April 23, 1909)
íJ.íWANT ADS.Xîi GRESHAM LOCALS
Wanted, For Sale. For Rent, Lost, Found, Etc.
FOR SALE—Single Comb Rhode
FOR SALE—A few »ack» Choice Am
erican Womier Potato Seed.
Webb ■ •land Red- ami White l.-giiorn» High
claao. healthy vigonm» otoeh
1 v ,
Farm, l'bone 158.
F.ggx, 31.50 per 15. Mount
A few Choice A. J. C. C. Bull Calve» Scott Poultry yard», box 184, Lent».
B. C. Altman, Greabam, Oregon.
FOR SALK — One coming 3-year old
Hor«e, aright 14'25; One bor»e and
FOR MAU buggy, gentle driver. See C. Cathey,
tieneial clean up »ale ol Rough ami Phone 9x2, Greehaiu, Route 3.
Special price» to »ecurv
quick Ml»». 1 mile N. E. ot Kelao.
Oleeon Lumber Co.
(22 A) head ot Goul Work Horae» for Sale
•t my barn. S. 8. Thompson, Phone
FOR BALK—FLatey Organ with 11 8x, Gnwham.
rmti.trr», nice oak ca»e, all m gixxl con
Wanted—Girl to do light bouaework.
Inquire ol John Waeepe.
Phone tire» ha in 191.
Next Sunday morning at the Meth
odist Church Rev Pamunagian will
a|>eak on Women's Place and Responsi
bilities in Religion
New transformers with a capacity ot
39,t<k) volts have arrived al the Gresh
am Sub-station and will I* placed in
conjunction with the old ones which are
of IO,<aO-vo'.t capacity.
The O. W. P.
ia planning to levl off ths hill north uf
the tracks and fill east and north of the
depot to give more room (or switches.
Honesty in Advertising
We never advertise anything unless we can make good.
We really IM)
everything we bAV.
Our steady growth during 16 years shows that
the buying public has confidence in our methods.
Our methods are the
kind that wear longest.
GET READY FOR MARKET DAY
W W. Whittacr», recently with the
Oregon Electric and formerly at Trout
Make our store your Headquarters. Come and make yourself at home. We will provide
dale, is the new agent at tirveham. l ee
you with every convenience.
Merrill is hie able assistant. The busi
ness at Gresham is steadily growing and
the people appreciate the improved ser
vice at the station.
FOR SALE — One 1 18 inch hack
Ford Melager has competed a very
am! light double barue»» J. K. Oaborne, Enquire ot G. W. Kenney, Greeham. !'J>
attractive fence acrose the front ot Ins
Route 1, Greaham.
For Sale—Freah voung milch cow E. I
This Range is the house
CONTRACTING; All kind» ol build .A. Yunker, 3 mi. aouth of Greaham. (St* u
wife’s favorite and is in 1
Thompson A I'ugh have a convenient
ing; Plan» ami ,pe< ificauon» •ubuiitted
Wanted—to get a photo of a potato field office building which reflect» favorably
Write or »ee u» for figure».
many homes in eastern
W. T. Biw-hoff, 3d ave.. Lent». <19 at time ot digging
on ths character of the men liehind the
CONTRACTING—All kinda of build'
Multnomah. It gives per
FOR SALE—Cheap for caah, an Old«
Delivery Car, 10 h. p , in good repair. ing ; plana and apecificationa aubmilted ly favored in to» substantial and reli
fect satisfaction and LASTS.
Horry up! C. H. lane, Gn-»ham.
able character ot her real estate brokets
W. T Biachoff, 3d Ave., lent». <19
Besides the atxive mention»! firm tnere
Come and let ua show
CEMENT BLiXKS for foundation
When writing or a;waking to our ad are The Gresham Real Fatale Co., of
•nd building purpoeea. Inveeligate be
you these fine ranges.
which D. M Robert» is president; ths
fore u»mg other material». Robert
Do away with hard wash
Doane, Greaham. Phone 257
(17 their ad. in The Herald.
I First State Bank. J. 11 Myers, president
Also have fine line of cook
Sager A Knighton, J. C. Ilessel and
stoves and Blue Flame Oil days by using the Best and
J. H. Chalker. Any of these firms or
. Lewis Shattuck, president ol the Com
Easiest Washer, the “1900”
mercial Club will lie glad to furnish any
1 information as to the resources of this
section to prospective settlers. There
JEWELER and OPTICIAN
The Am users gave a party Wednesday • is much cheap land around here only
Watch Repairing a Specialty
awaiting the coming of new muscle and
evening at Woodard Hall.
Do not overlook the The season's latest in
The Musicals and Literary Entertain enterprise to make it a garden »pot sec
ment given Thursday evening under the ond to none. "Gresham ia open to the
fact that we are Oxfords for men, wom
—Distributing Station for—
auspices ot the Young Peoples Society
agents for en and children in all
of the Catholic Church was a great suc
cess. The program was furnished in
Hassell viaited his father. J C.
Armor Plate Hosiery the latest lasts and col
part by the Western Academy of Music H exite I on Sunday.
He is traveling for
and keep on hand a ors.
We can please
Mr and Mrs B F. Strange are T»it-, a Portland bottae
full line of these you just the same as
mg in La tentre. Hash.
AND CENTURY. PREMO AND HAWK-EYE Geo. Howitt Las returned from East Mr ami Mrs. S. Dougherty have re
goods of quality. we are hundreds of
turner! from a few weeks trip east, going
is wear in others every
Don't forget the want columns on the as far as New York and also taking in
Every Satisfied customers de
last page, when you wish to buy, sell, the inaugaration. They visited in Illi
trade or rent real estate, live stock or nois ami Pennsylvania. Mrs. Dougher-
pair warranted. Sat notes merit in our shoe
KODAK AND CAMERA 8UPPUE8
ty'a mother returned with them,
isfaction guaranteed stock.
Two five-room houses have been built
F. W. FIELDHOUSE on 80th street by Dre. Quigley and Darr. are at Dan Talbot's.
Mrs Harriet Davis visited her •later
E. J. Devin and Mi«» Anna Febren-
“Dealer in Goods of Quality”
, bacber assist»! in the entertainment Mrs. D. M. Kotierte, one day this week
at tlie Catholic Hall.
and then starter! on a journey to New
It is reported that Pearl street « ill Orleans for a short visit. She recently
i soon be opened.
come from Fairbanks, Alaska ami will
C. B. La Follette has opened a la»
return there in August.
I office on East Glisan st.
The manure from a dairy row will LINNEMANN
Mrs. D M. Kobers is »(rending the
amount to over ten tons a year But I < Hl’IUTI. Gresham- Paavoa, Ret
Mrs. E. B. More lock is sble to be out
I again, we are glad to say.
, . wcca
the average dairyman
week with Mis. John Schram at High-
M B Panuinagian.
B kmvis ««, Hun*
of rhematiaut are «imply rheinatistn of j handles this by-product, much of the
It is the duties we leave undone that, land.
day School, 10 a. in. ; Preaching al
tlie niuscloe, duo to cold or damp, or | value la lost
Why not atop this
h p. tn. every Bunday.
’ work our undoing.
For SADDLES. HARNESS ami ALL
Howard Rowe was arre»te<l Monday chronic rlieiimatmm. In such c . hh * h no leak by putting In cement gutters,
Prayer ntveting, Thursday evenings
The funeral services of Mrs. Fried-
The make free us«* of betiding and get
for celebrating the Fourth ahead internal treatment is required
at N o'clock. Everybody invited.
I wsld's mother was held last week at 537
free application of Charnlwrlain’« l.ihi* j the inanuHY out on th«» land every
| Grove st. She was a go»! woman and of time. He contributed 3-'» to the im merit
nil I Liat in nestled, and it ia cer* I day?
; SAINT MICHAEL'S
was permitted to stay with us uulil the provement fund am! went his way
tain to give quirk relief. Give it a trial
('ll VIB’H, Sandy, Ore-—Hrv. Horch-
All Kind* Repairing quickly done
I ripe old age of 88 years.
Ed Sitter of Naha, Idaho, visit») with
told Purrer. Services will tie held oti
QL'ST LARSON. Prop.,
CMIRCM NOTIC fiS.
lieves the pain and soreness. The med*
the tlrwt Bunday of each month at
The Comradery Club held their first B. W. Emery on Wednesday,
lie is an icinea usually given interuallv for rheu
FREE METHOIHHT CIII’RCH-
anniversary la»t Wednesday evening.
10:30 a. m. #
experienced fruitgrower au I is looking matism are tMiiMmoua nr very strung
Rev. S. G. K o P kh , pastor. Hervicea,
An enjoyable time was bail by ail
medicines. They are worse than use
i \ w.i i I« \i CHI io n.
Bunday B«*hot>1, IB a rn ; Preaching /i- \ -
»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦I Club now has a membership of thirty. for a location here.
lews in cases of chronic and muscular
(irraham—• Baavtc as (German), 10 ,31»
every Bunday at II a m. and * p. m.
Friday evening is woman's evening st
Mrs. Frits Stoker of Portland was in rheumatism. For sale by the Gresham
a m.. every tiret. thini ami fifth Bun-
Prayer meeting, Thu relay evening at
I the gymnssium. All women are invit»! town this week.
.Uy. of each month. All welcome
N o'clock. All welcomed.
1 to be present and an opportunity will
Several lots in Whitehead’s Addition
lie given to enroll in the classes. The
♦ I I entertainment
will be given by the High changed hands this week.
girls with an exhibition of ath
Alva Revel's house is having a new
: I School
letics. Come out snd join one of the
coat of paint applied under the super
: I classes and be benefitted
should be more careful of what vision of Thomas Bros.
: ’ we We
i ■ Never forVinemomentjiernii^yonr-
think than of what we say.
Remember the meeting of the Com
nrlf to neglect a cold.
AU colds :
Do you want a home, or rent a house'' mercial Club next Tuesday night. The
are iwrious and dangerous. Stop
, Call al Thompson A Pugh's office, near program is loaded with g<x>d things
the cold at once, them I mw safety
The City of Portland has brought suit
i ! Get ajbox.of
against D W. Metzger, to recover dam
ages for the removal of a telephone pole
A. D. S. COLD AND
from the pipe-line right of way. The
We are roing to have a GIGANTIC INTRODUCTORY SALE.
We wiah to Impreea on the buying I’uhlk the
outcome of this suit will be watched
with interest by the citizens of Grexh-
Low Prices at which We Sell—
i > Guarantee.) by an Aaaoctation of
am, as the right-of-way crosses through
10,0(0 Qualified Druggista
ALL THE VERY
,fl THI8 USK WK AKE
Mrs. E. E. Pinkley visited with her some of the best business property in
OllULO eafiecially atmng ami have bet
lateat atylew and co
< parents, Mr. and Mrs. 8. B. Johnson, at town and has hindered the construction
lor*. Aa we wiah to cloae out thia ttock,
ter value» for lea» money than any other
! Gresham this week.
of permanent improvements.
we have cut the prices ao low that every Bpring aha<l«Mi, materials, weaves and •lore. The wonderful Incream- un Mlea
Fred Lantz haa moved from the Gind-
fair-minded woman will la* able to make
Mrs. T. Taylor and daughter Florence
in thia deiairtmrnl a|ieaka for it»elf
qualities; styles up to the hour.
a Melee lion from the immense variety.
Our fill A It ANTEF. ha», and alwaya will
er cottage on Powell street to M re. Lem
j were in Pbrtland Tuesday.
go with every pair we aell. Our tegular
|h.65 for choice, mild and advertised by
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Snashall enter- He's cottage on Main street.
sold by others as $15 values
pricea are from 20 to 25 |ier cent lower
others aa $12 and $15 valuea.
' tained Mr. am! Mrs. M. Multhauf of
Fleet Fox suffered a severe injury to
$12 50 for nobby green* and browns, than in any other reliable alore in Port
110 95 for choice, sold and advertised hy
T Rockwood, last Sunday,
sold by others aa $IH value«.
Once bought will mean alwaya a
his left foot while operating a alip at
others as |18 values.
113 NA for nobby green* ansi browns, a lead y cuatotner.
The work of making the fill at Syea- the head works of the Mt. Howl power
$12.46 for choice, sold and advertised by
aohi by others as $20 values.
M m ' s Nigb Cali tad Oitortt.
others aa $20 values.
$14.95 for nobby greens and browns, '
! more station was begun on Thursday plant. As a result he is using crutches.
«3 25 for our regular >1 and SI 5o valuea.
sol<i hy other* aw $?2 value*.
$15 65 for choice,
and advertised by
A photographer from Damascus was
1 morning. When this work is completed
«2 85 for our regular S3.50 value».
One lot of Men's Buita, not finite
others aa $J5 values.
' the Railroad Co. intends to make some here looking for a suitable hx-atiun thia
S2 45 for our regular S3 25 valuea.
a« se asonable, doaing-out price $5.95.
r needed changes around the station.
11.95 for our regular «2.50 value».
One lot at $7.45.
One lot at $A.95.
other* as $27 valuea.
J. F. Wing has returned from Eugene. building.
I1N.75 for choice, sold and advertised hy
QUIDTU/AICTQ W for ■ l"‘ of
Al Hart was seen on our streets this
others a» 130 ami $.'15 values.
regular S2 51» valuea.
Neal Wycoff has rented the Croucher !
dnlnlWAIdlO nrw L,wn wai»t»,
,1 fill (or our regular S'-' <<> value»
house and moved in.
I ÀDICÇ' ÇFIDTÇ ♦- for all *.»>1 in plain and fancy, worth to 90/.
SI 45 for our regular SI 75 value».
Fred Palmqniat is employed as engi
LAUI lû òKInlu Mohair, our regu
Gerald Yott and family were viewing
«1.30 for our regular Si M5 value».
65/ for value« up to SI. 10
the sites of Gresham last Saturday.
lai/ tor our regular «1.25 valuea.
liditt' High Cutt and Otfardt
•2 95 all wool Mohair, regular SI value».
Andrew Chapman and wife came up
Miss Pearl Lindsey, who has just
Ernest Butler has resign»! hie poai-
SI.25 for our regular 31.65 valuea.
•2 85 for our regular |3.50 valuea.
from Cottage Grove, where they hare tion at the store.
completed her term of »chimi at Quincy,
•2.35 lor our regular |3.<X) value».
SI.35 for our regular 31.75 valuea.
•nr regular «5 50 value»
been visiting relatives, to visit Mr and ,
is visiting home folks.
• 1.95 for our regular S2 50 value».
• 1.45 for our regular SI.85 valuea.
A. B. Craft and family visited with
• I ,95 for h II wool Mohair »nd Panama,
SI 85 for our regular >2 25 valuea.
Mrs. Chauncey. They are from Wis
Mrs. I.ily Roberta of Portland, is vis
Sl.-'kl for our regular 32.00 value»
our regular $0 fio and
i relatives at Tiggardville Sunday.
• I 50 for our regular S2 1»I value«.
iting this week with her parents, Mr.
|5.95 (or all wool Mohair ami Panama,
• 1.45 for our regular SI 75 valuea.
Sam Seigenthaler has sold his place
WK have alao
Mrs. Spring is improving.
and Mrs. D. R om .
Mines' and Oirls' Shm.
to Fred Wellman and will move to Port-
95 for all wool Mohair and Panama, I line of fine emliroideriea which to in-
Not a very large crowd at tender! the I
Lewis Metxger, who recently gradu
SI 5l) for our regular kJ.OO valuea.
1 land to live.
our regular |9 valuea.
! troduce, we are aelling al exceedingly
Grange Social on Saturday evening, but
ateli from Cornell, returned borne last
SI 35 for our regular 31 <15 valuea.
While burning brush the other day
SI- tor our regular 31.50 valuea.
MISSES' HO CHILDREN'S WISH DRESSES,
the receipts were good.
! A. F. L'hlig let the fire get away and week and haa accepted a position with
9fi/ lor our regular »1 25 value».
7/ for regular 12',/ value»
tli# for regular B.W anil 75/ value».
the O. R. A N.
Miss Stella Smith was sick the last of burned up atxiut forty cords of wood.
9/ for regular 15/ valuea.
Ii2< for regular 85/ and ikl/ value».
,or <m"lo*nl b,■c,, *”•
the week and unable to attend school.
Fine lirt <>f Want Ails, again thia
78/ for regular SI .00 valuea.
Oscar Bevins hail the misfortune to
14/ for regular 20 and 22/ value». WUA H/ fur one lot of black »01.
Geo Griffin and family have goue to cut his hand quite seriously with an week. Will pay to read them. .Mention
98/ for regular «I 25 value».
19/ lor regular 36/ value».
I21,/ for one lot of black box .
SI 30 for regular SI •xi value»
Colfax to live.
axe. He was cutting stove wood and The Herald when you buy.
32/ Coraet Cover, Kmbroidoriad, our
SI N> for regular ¿2<■ > value».
r* ,or r*w,,l*r
regular 50/ value.
the axe-handle caught in his suspender.
for regalar «2 50 value».
*/ for regular 121* value».
Our VAI. and TORCHON LACKS,
F. I. Fuller, vice-pres. of the O. W. P.
ÇUIDTÇ OSE ,<rr KACH-
11/ for our regular 15/ value».
IJat your Farina, Acreage, House and
all new, freah good», at Intnxluctory
Önin I 0 XV for aliirta worth 75/.
C. J. Franklin, Supt. R'y Dept, and >
14/ for our regular 20/ valuea.
For those contemplating the purchase
Lota, anything you have for rale, with
19/ fur our regular 25/ valuea.
50/for Dre»a Sbrrt» worth SI to SI 25.
Banks, Road master, were guests of
i of a Steel Range. For the balance of
Thompson A Pugh, quick aalea Office
T. R Baldwin last Sunday.
near Gresham depot.
( has. Dahlquist hsd one of his rear- ^|| at a large reduction any selection
ling colts stolen last Bunday. Two boys the purchaser may make of those mon-
from Montavilla, the eldest «boat thir- archs of the kitchen, which includes
Rert Jonsrud and Miss Annie Rell teen yeaas of age, are supposed to be nln< <>f the oldest and most reliable
(Formerly THE BOSTON STORE)
, makM of stoves.
were united in marriage Saturday, April ths guilty parties,
17tb, at the residence of Rev. O. Hague»
John Ewing, the expert well-digger, I
in Portland. Both are well known in is putting down a well for Mr lang
this vicinity and have the congratula
When writing or talking with our ad
It will pay you to bring thia ad with you. WE ARE OUT OF THE HIGH RENT DISTRICT
tion» of a hunt of frienda. They will which requires some skill, as the forma vertisers please mention that you saw
I their ad. in The Herald.
raaide at Sandy Ridge.
F. W. FIELDHOUSE
ISL Gresham Harness Shop
Î: Never Take
3 With a Cold
GRAND INTRODUCTORY SALE!!
For 8 Days, Beginniri£ TO-MORROW, SATURDAY,
and Continuing Till SATURDAY, May 1st,
MEN'S SUITS SI
THE KLINGE-ENEBO CO.,
Corner FIRST and SALMON Sts.,