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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (May 7, 1909)
Want Column XIn.i.ixEin
Frank INtnlev »»• attending to buai-
j ness in the city Tn< s*lav.
Percy Giese, <»( Cedarville, ana a ' al
Latest Spring Styles
ley visitor last Monday
All local advertisement» are ran under this
Be«d at the rate ot ONK t KXT A «ORD IIKST
D. S. Johnson, the truant officer, got
IX npk I
' will be
NEW goods EVERY WEEK
busy 111 this ueiglilsirhiHsI last week,
made on IS to
worU» («»r lucent» A' to S m
—GOOD STiM’K-I ATFHT
aortt» tor 15 cents
t* •word» tor A* « n lit»
Mrs. T. R
Baldwin entertained a
N«> «d put’..'h<.I for less limn 1» rent»
<'oh tn advance except to regular advvrttacr».
number of her city friend. Sunday.
Mrs. W. N. ,M*«ue and daughter,
Rl’RBANK SEED POTATOES For
Laura. visited at the home of Mr. Hugh
Sale. Webb Farm. Photie 15'.
Baker at Oswego last Sunday.
fvlh rtplenbM and I» w ell Y
Mr. and Mrs Wm. Kesterson and
FOR >ALE or TRAPE—Large new
w orrA _> t»r InsACs rkm. I all and g
daughter, Leona, visited Sunday at the
Silo for sale or will take good young bull
in trade. R. Pbulat, RouteS. Box IB.
home ot Mr. and Mrs Will t lillcote
Gresham. (Linnemann F »rm
C. F. Kersterwn transacted busitives
at Boring last Saturday
Expert trimmers in charge, l-rww j
CLEAN RAGS WANTED ’ !
T. R. Berry is at home on a short va
For wipers. Will pay 3 cents per pound
cation from Joseph, Ore. Mr Berry ex
Notify the Herald Office.
pects to return to Ins work some Huie
THRESHING MACHINE FOKskLF.
Mesdames Boone à MeUqef
< >e«>. and Fred Croucher were out from
2Sx4!> Gaar-Scott Separator, Cyclone
Stacker, u» good condition. Also a Hi
Howitt BMg. GR»HAM. ORF.
E A. Geesell left Tuesday for the up
ll P. Nichols A Shepard Engine ami
350 ga|. Water Tank. See P. 11. Rates,
per Nehalem vallev to take charge of a
Boring. Route 1. I’tione MS.
farm which he recently purchased.
Mrs Byers is on the road to recovery
LUMBER — Since the tire we have
left about 175,000 ieet ot almoat ail kind»
after a protracted illness.
Chronic Litigant That suit of in lue
of lumber at the old mill-»ite near Kel
Pleasant Valley Grange will meet in
so. For particular«, phone Farmers 411 Is still pending. len t It?
btraus Lumber Co.
The Ijiwyer No; It’s depending on regular session Saturday evening. May
your coughing up that retaining fee. - Sth. A numher of candidates will la*
FOR .-ALE—FORTY ACRE- of good
given the different degrees.
land ; « acres being cleared ; spring on Atlanta Constitution
A fitki foot siding and a freight house
land; some cedar; 2lk>i cords *>f good
are Io la* added U> the improvement« al
wood; 3 miles from electric line; lieu
E. B. MOR FLOCK
road o|*ening up; easy grade to Port
Sycamore Station in the near future.
land; boil line loam, gtiod drainage, no
I. Staples has purchased the Berg
gravel: slopes to the NE. Fine tor fruit
20 Years Experience.
man tract and intends to erect a sum
or small ranch. Address Box 45, Lenta RtPSaaNTM l>t A Th<>nip4M<n arol
S 8 Th«>nt p««»n
mer cottage ami otherwise improve the
A few Choice A. .1 C C. Bull Calves M0NTAV1LLA,
OREGON properly. Mr Staples is a well known
B. C. Altman, Gresham,
jeweler of Portland.
The Pleasant Valley t’nion < 'hurrh
Association held their annual meeting
H. II. OTT
Gennai clean up sale of Rough »nd* W. J. t»TT
last Thursilay evening
Speculi prices to secure
G. A Richey,
were elected as follow-
1 mile X. E. of Kelso.
Oleson Lumber Co.
W. X. Moore and G II K^aleraon.
committee was appointed to solicit funds
FOR SALE—One I 1-*» inch hack G-“«hani.
with which to erect a bellfry and make
and light double harness. J. E.Osborne.
Route 1, Gresham.
other much needed improvements on
J. M. SHORT, M.I)
the building. Ias*n W. Miley, Eva But
CONTRACTING ; All kinds **t buil.i-
S. P. BUTNER, M. D
ler and W. 1‘ Cbilcote are ou the com
ing: B ans and »pecitieations submitted.
Write or ste us for figures.
W. T. Bischoff, 3d ave.. Lenta. (19
Wanted, For Sale, Lost,
kOR SALE—Cheap for cash, an Obis
IMivery Car. 10 h. p., in go**d repair.
Hurry up! C. H. Lane, Gresham.
For sale—One-horse steam engine.
Good for what you want.
hand bargain: cheap for cash. Call
at The Herald office and make us
FoR SALE—Single U»mb Khi de
Inland Red- anti White Leghorn». High
elara. healthy vigorous stock.
lent lavera. Eggs. fl.50 per 15. Mount
SN»tt Poultry yards, box IM. ¡jema.
FOR SALE — < >ne coming 3-year old
Horse, weight 1425;
One h<»r-e and
buggy, gentle driver. >ee U. Cathey,
Phone 9x2, Gresham, Route 3.
Wanted—Girl to do light housework.
Phone G re»bam 191.
Pasture-Good pasture for Mock, water
Enquire of G. W. Kenney, Greehain. 3)
For Sale—Freeh young milch cow. E.
A. Yunkvr, 3 mi. eonth of Gresham. .29
CU.x 1 KAL I INu—Ail kinds of build
ing; plansand speririeations submitted
Write or -ee us for fignrea. *
W. T Bischoff, 3d Ave., I-ent*. ( 19
When writing or «(leaking to our a«l
vertie»T8 please næntion that you raw
their ad. in The Herald.
H orses :
I have a few Head of Horses from 3
to S years old ; Heavy Span of Mules«
year« old. 8. 8. Thompson, Phone hx,
GO JO MEADOW PASTE RE
For Horses and Cows. Apply Howitt
A Co., tires ham, Oregon.
FOR SALE—1 Chester White Sow
and Pigs; 4 months old
Lenta, < m-gon.
LOST—Black Leather Holder, con
taining “Cbesbro” fountain pen and
leave at Herald office.
FOR SALE—One Two year old Cow.
See O. Andrews, Gresham, Route R 5.
FOR SALE—A sound Mare; weight
about UJOO; good traveler; good work or
saddle horse. Also a 2-wated buggy and
driving harnese in first-cla»s condition;
new last year. Will sell the entire out
fit for (I’.O. Williams Broe., Ij-nts. (-
If you have anything to sell, or wish to buy
anything or have Tort anything. TRY A
** WA ST Al> ” In this column The reaulta will
>urpri»e you. Cash or gosMe Hamps.
Spring Has Come !
Ice Cream, too
Our Drugs are Unexcelled,
Toilet Articles, the Hest
This is a new preparation and a giMwl
one. It is especially valuable aa a cure
L. I). MAHONE
f<»r chronic and muscular rheumatism,
and for the relief from pain which it af
Real Eatate, Probat« an<i Corporatoo fords in acute inflammatory rheuma
tism. Thoae who have u »« m | it have in
variably apoken of it in the highest
Prompt Attention to Ail Buainena
Lame Iwick, lame
«13 Boart! of Tratle BMg.
Pbone Main 1010 term* of prana*.
shoulder and stiff neck are due to rheu
matism <>( the muscles, usually brought
on by exposure to damp or void, and are
quickly cured hv applying thia liniment
freely and managing the affected part».
&»renes«i of the mimli*«, whether in
duced by violent elrrviae or injury, is
A surprise p«rtv was given Miss Alli«*
allayed by thia liniment. For »ale by
Did You Ever Stop to Think that you Gresham brug (’•>.
Miller on Til*‘«dav evening.
All hail a
can realize more (or vour atock and
The Comradi ry Club at
good« at auction than any other way?
tended in a I mm I v .
I should he glad to «ell yonr g»>od« for
\I 0 N T A V I L L A
W. S. WOOD
vou and solicit a share of the auction
business of your .section.
Ren. phon«* S9
«<“•-<•>11 Main st., «nd 1OJ E. Seventh st.
The Reliekahs held an entertainment
at the Nashville Hall on Friday night.
Quite a numlier came over from .Monta-
you had that watch fixed
vilia. A good pr**grani was given ami
up It has needed repair-
ice cream and cake was served,
...„ and regulating for a
long time. <>r perhaps you
A son was born on Friday to Mr. and
rk-el a new timepiece. Why
Mrs. J. D. Moor» of Millard avenue.
be always behind time?
Mr. anil Mrs. Fairbanks of Wyoming,
are visiting the former's brother, Wal
lace Fairbanks of Evergreen Park.
Miss Blanche Retherfoni bas closed
For Every th»«x in Jewelry Line.
her school at Cottrell and is at home
191 Morrison Street
for her vacation.
Gus Cluff of Spokane was calling on
Near Pap*« Restaurant.
friends in l^nts on Monday.
.M im Zimmerman and her mother
MARBLE AND GRÄMTE
visit«*! relatives in Oswego, Saturday.
Mrs. Chamless, sister of Mr. Baytuirn,
spent the 'lay with her brother's family
Mrs. Hershner and Mrs. Geisler are
doing excellent work in preferring for
the Grange May Festival which is to be
given in the Hall Friday night.
F. C. Coffman has sold his water
W. w. MINAR
plant to Mr. Rodgers, who will devote
his entire time to the improvement of
335 E. Morrison St.
P obti . a . vd
Phone East 423-1.
the service. The change will lie wel
comed by a goodly number of citizens.
Mr. Kayser has sold his acreage cait
of Lents and will move to Portland this
summer some time.
IT IS TIME
Fred D. Flora
A. B. McFadden, Prop
Saw Filing and Setting
WE HAVE IT—
Dr. fieveny baa purchased a five acre
track of land in Clackamas county. He
invites his friends to pitch their tents
there this summer and enjoy «leer hunt
ing and trout fishing.
Mr. Darnall, of the Beaver
Herald, was in the city Monday.
P m A. T iiomhiox
(’. E. I’vuii
THOMPSON & PUGH
Real Estate & Investment Co.
Offke Near Gresham Depot
Improved and Unimproved Farms For Sale or Exchange,
Loans and Mortgages, Insurance, Deeds Made
Abstracts Examined, Notary Public.
Will Contract to build I ramc. Itrkk or Cement Huuaca or Bungalows
— sol.E AGENTS —
Ed. Craig has enlarged his business.
Call him up when your clothes ne<«l
Lottie Ryan and H F Swanton were
married re«-entlv. Rev. S S. White per
forming tlie ceremony.
The base l>all team boys have
suits and they are tine. Cost the
Everything looks favorable for a One
station. Hurry up!
The ladies of the Presbyterian church
belli a clearance sale on May «th, and
The Fitiele Club had a good
their Imsket social.
Dr. Ia*Fevre has moved into hi. new
residence, 311 K. H<>th Street.
Talior 3tl when you need Ilia assistance.
Mr. John Weilaisch is able to lie out
after a serious illness and will soon re
turn to Ilia place in the store again.
Mrs. Duncan has moved to Eastern
Mrs. ('. Plank, a tailoress from Spring- .
field, Ohio, has recently moved to the I
The Montavilla Alumni will meet this
evening al the school house. Some bus
iness will be discussed.
One of the
Concert and Bd/ddr.
princiftal topics will be the annual ex
A concert and bazaar will lie held by cursion.
The prospects for a hank in the very |
the I Julies Aid Society of Hie Ij-nts Bap
tist church on Friday, May 14tli, at the near future are bright, indeed, so says I
Grange Hall. Besides the bazaar a fine Mr. Jack who bas the matter in charge.
musical program will be rendered by
Mrs. Aylaworth, who has be* n con-1
some ol the beat talent in lhe country. flne<l to the house for months, is now I
E. Il T hou reo w
Our Motto: “Honesty and Reliability.”
that Pearl afreet will soon be opened.
Talk ot establishing a bank out
It la Nuniethinx we nerd
Mr O. I. Hibbard has Imu <1 Mi
residence property for a number of
('■rri<w a Complete !Jnc of
ROAD GRADES, SEWF.sT
LINES <if JEWELRY,
FOUNTAIN PENS, Elf
We are pn-pnn-<| to
cut all kinds of
wood on short no
7 he (iresham Jeweler
(arnerds. Hales, films. Developers
WOOD FOR SALE
I rut me, XflltaSOC, Scuti Mir per cord
THE EASTWOOD NURSERIES
RrwMrfire, Main Nt
City Prices or Beller—Try Us
Main Street, GRESHAM.
For HAIHH.ES, HARNESS and AI.L
I Expressing, Draying ".j1« :
Gresham Harness Shop I
J. H. HOSS
All Kinds Repairing qulekly *l<*n**
(HIST LARSON, Prop., Gresham
f Phone I4X
Gresham, Ore. J
able to lie out again.
Ixsik onward, upward anti (rodward I
Rev. Mr. Ingalls preached his fare esch day if you would limi life worth ||
well sermon hereon Sunday afternoon. the living.
All regret bis inability to continue the
work as be is a man of talent and well
suited to fill the pulpit with great credit I
A quiet home wadding took place
to him»i-lf aiel the i an-e for which he Wednesday evening at the borne of Mr.
bar worked so faithfully.
an<l Mrs. (i.'A. Allder.when their daugh
Quality Buqqlrs. Old
Frank Oldenburg is recovering slowly ter. Alta Margaret, was married to
Lory Wdqons, Disc,
from a severe attack of quinsy.
Alsren O, Stafford, Rev. J. II. Wool,
and Sprlnq liHith
The hour f >r holding Bunday school | of the M. E. Church, officiated.
Hdrrows. All Kinds of
ha. again lieen changed to 2:30 p. m., as j the congratulations of their many
it wax found to lie inconvenient to hold | friends, a dainty supper wan server)
it in the morning ami return in the Mr. ami Mrs. Stafford have the ls*st
aften........ to pw *■ hing -* ■ t
wishes of this community, when* they
LINE OF Al.I. KINDS OF IMPI.I MliNTS.
A n* w depot is lieing built at Wilson are very popular. They will lie at home
«■orr.*.ix*n*trnt<>f <> W. I" lan*l <im*-e Iml«r.tl..n Hur**an Rer*<r>1lns Asmi for Home Sir,.
to their many friends at Lone Grove
In.iiranci* <’o. of Nvw York Holes Agent *>f lh<- Kinplre trista Heparalor < onii-snv It
Mrs. J. Brandt's mother has been vis farm.
Agent tor I’srlln A Or*-n*l*«rlT, r*>rll.n*1 Notary Public.
iting here the |«st week.
When writing or ta'king with our ivT-
Mrs. Barrick baa been suffering from vertisers please mention that you saw
Gresham, Oregon, Opp. Postoffice. Phone. Hessel
tbeir ad. in The Herald.
an attack of bronchitis.
JOHN C. HESSEL, AGENT
Real Estate and