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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (July 2, 1909)
C. I. CRENSHAW
Troutdale, Or., July 1.—The Portland
Fairview, Or., July 1 —H. C. Wood
1 fell dead with heart failure at Ilia home Itmlwav, Light A Power Company have
Mr. J no. Hprinic »* •*»|**<'t«,<! to return
i here al 5 :!U> oclock last Saturday inorn- le-gun ths erection of a freight depot
I dealer In I**i* and Pump Fii
i horn«* from the bench by the Fourth.
Mr slid waiting room at the terminus here,
turea. Nheet-lroii Work.
I I He|M>rtn «t»te that her health 1» much mg just a. lie entered the house.
Wissl had I mm 'H in very poor health
Through the heroic work of theTrout-
.Ince the death of his wifi* on March 2»l, Idale volunteer fire department the res
|Jr, E. (’. J om , of Ivanhoe, head
last year, ami Id» death Ihougli »udilen, idence of F. A. Zimmerman was saved
• i meat I rm pre tor for the govrrnn>rnt at was nut Ulirx|i*clod.
IU-i ••»-■ dj was 1 from destruction.
•••••••••••••••••••••••••e ! the Portland atation, haa given up Ida
73 years of age.
He •»< born in
Mi»« Myrtle Grifliith has completed a
aitil will lie a trawling um|M-<-
He marriwi ' course in typewriting and shorthand.
C um county, Indiana.
' tor herraltcr. Ilia auccaaaur liaa arriv-
Miss Hester A. I.imlsley on June . 30,
Mrs. L. Allard and grandson will go
IMAM, and came to Oregon in I Shi.
to Meattie to attend the Fair.
Mra I ulu Kliepan! of Halt Lake City,
Mr». N Smith and Mi»s l.yrl Eld
Mi«« Harret Hubbard returned Mon
prevalent of the Hiatt* W C T. I’., and
ridge have retiirnml Irum Newbarg.
day from a ten days uuting at Long
l*a»t Grau«! Matron of ll»«' Eaatarn Hiar,
Mr» R. W. Wilcox >4 Portland vtoit-
haa I m *«* ii »vrurrd to deliver an addrraa
•si Mr. Wileox here thia week.
50c a Cord
Hymlay at 3 |>. in. at the campmeeUlig
Miss E«sie <’ren«haw of Gresham is
Mr». Iiillniaii and aon »I Portland spending a few days with Mrs. Earl
tfrounila near Tremont Station and in
I th«* evening at w o’clock »1 the Evangel ■pent Munday with Mr. Dillman here
ical church« Tina will be a rare prlvi-
If. W. Mathison ami dnugliter, M im
Pliune Farmers 35x2
Mr and Mrs. Kicks of Bridal Veil
i lege lor our citU«*nw.
Mary, nl Portland, called on their many have taken up their residence here.
Tonight (Friday) the Eureka Kabak* friend» here Sunday,
Miss Jeno Burns has returned to her
ah l«alge will hold their regular meeting
James Flli»ori, wife and son of Spo home al Conley after a visit witn Mrs.
iii the («range hall.
Moat of the lime kane, visited the former's brother, W, L. A. Harlow.
will I m « devoted to the imdalling of new Ellison
Miss Jennie Mav Young of Portland
otlirera. The ofheera elect are Mra. Me-
Mr» If. I»onlev has been »trending a to visiting at the home of N. B. Mtone.
Cullom, N* G.; Mra. Huated, V. G ; few <lavu with relatives in Portland.
■Mrs. N J. FMtnonson of Eugene and
Mra Marahall, Her., and Mita Mellon-
Mra. P. A. Gihsop and daughter of •laughter, Mrs. (reo. Oboer, of Astoria,
I ell, Trvaaurer.
Phoenix, Arizona, who have lieen visit have been visiting the former'» son J.
Mra. Maimire and family have re- ing the former's parent», Mr. and Mrs.
turned to their home on North Mam William Lee, were guests of Mrs. Gib
Miss Hessie Pelton of Vancouver,
atreet. MraMtxmire haa been living son's aunt, Mrs. II M. Mliaw.
Wash., lias been visiting her grand
A«// or Writ*
I in Corvallis the pwat winter in order
Market Day. Gresham, July 7.
mother, Mra. William Johnson.
that her l»oya might attend th«« Agricul
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cronenberg
< Ipal Surber, daughter of H. E. Sur
Zìi I 3 Morrison iHreet. Fortland, (ire
and wife, underwent an operation
Archie Gaylonl, who has been living Cal , alter visiting their sons, Alle rt
for appendicitis in a Portland hospital
in the old Overman house, moved his and Martin.
Mrs. W. II. Wood of Portland is hav-[ Monday and is recovering.
i family to Montavilla laat Ttrreday.
F. E. Harlow and family returned on
Dr. and Mrs. Pruitt of Oakland, (’al., ing her lots on Filth and Cedar streets I
Monday from a week's visit at Tacoma
H. Wood tilth! so»ld« nlv at his hmnr have l*en visiting with the family of cleared.
Friday evening, June *«JMh.
lie aaa I: L Raylturn
Mra. Pruitt is a wiater
Rev. Geo. Crumley, the new pastor of |
over 7<> years of ago and Lad Iwrn very of Mra. Rayburn. They came to attend
the Presbyterian chord , will preach a I
feeble (or aoilie lltnr, tlnallv •nccutnbltig the Baptiat convention and visit rela-
prtriotic sermon on Munday morning
to heart failure
lie leaves three a<»n« I lives.
DR. WILLIAM KRASS1G
lie Will la- tendered a reception at the
and a daughter, tile wife having die«!
Price-1 »c I.• firry, who residence of Mrs.-Alma Hall on Tuesday i
over a year ag<».
I has Item very sick at the home of ber evening.
L»st a valuable horse sister, Mrs. Walter Tyler, was able to
The Iuulies Society look in »12 at a
Sat unlays and Sundays
last Thur»lay with distemper. The dis return to Yaquina <m Saturday.
Mra sup|a*r given in Hunter's hotel Maturdsy
BRICK III »TEL,
«>ase la quite prevalent ill this vicinity Tyler accompanied her.
Four <>f the graduating rises of the
Paul Dudley has l>een of! duty for the
II< m 'U w < wm ! m I iimi I received their diplo
|«at lew days with s fractured shoulder.
mas a few days ag«>.
Three of the rlasa
Jario1« Benfield of Portland «|>ent Sun
graduated in May and four in lune.
day with hi» mother in this vicinity.
first of the week.
Thoee tn the rlaas were Nina Taylor,
Misses Bella Blackball and Eva Reed
Helen Hauer, Merriam Brown, Elmer
were in the city Monday.
Dawra, W|!|ie Johnston, Herman Ans- consider the preparation known as catiou with her parents.
Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera aud Dis-
¡»arli, Roland Qu bra berry. This is the J rrhoea Remedy the l>e»t and surest of
Mr». P. A. Comb» of Portland is vis
largest class ever graduated from Rock- | go-«I results of any I have ever used in
iting her mother, Mra. Dreeeell.
wood school an<l much credit is due the 1 my family,’’ savs P. E. Herrington of
Mr. Burkholder moved onto the Bees-
I jut Wi-dnemlav 00 Swedish people ,
l Mount Aerial. K>. This is the univer
princl|»al, J It. Lent
sal verdict of all who use this remedy. went to Portland in a s|>ecial car from bower place Friday.
Mr. (’lau'lr Wilson moved his family Its cure« are so prompt at»! effectual Palmblad Station to attend the Swedish
An agent »»« in this vicinity selling
to Mill I ity last Tuesday. Hr has I wen that p«'plr take pleasure in recommend National Festival in the California i the Home Comfort Range.
there working at his trade (or the |»a*l
building on the Fair grounds. The pro-, several sales.
: July 3rd—come to Gresham.
gram was a tine one. especially the vio
Mrs. Floyd Reed visited her mother
lin aolo and songs by noted singer».
in Portland several days last week.
BANK OF TROUTDALE
Capital Stock $10,000 Paid up
Gasoline Wood - Saw
Safety Deposit Boxes
No Exchanges on Par Point of Portland
Farm Lands Wanted
Oregon Homes Co.
REGISTERED GERMAN COACH
4 3 97
<; Will Have Headquarters for the Season of 1909
at Sandy Livery Barn.
o When* he will stand Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Mon-
days at E. F. Donahues bam, Boring. Thursday
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
TERMS' To Insure, $15. See bills for further particulars
G. A. Cox,
CHOPPING AND ROLLING
Grist Taken at any Time—Quick Delivery.
WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF MILL FEED
Market Price Paid for Grain
SUN-DIAL FEED MILL
JOHN C. HESSEL, AGENT
Quality Buqqles, Old
Hickory Wdqons, Disc
Spike and Sprinq Tooth
Hdrrows. All Kinds of
CorrrsiKin.Irnt of O. W. •*■ I juk I <»8tr» fmlffratlon Biir<-«n Ri-rorrttn« A»i-nt tor Home Fire
ln»iirance Co. of New York »ale« Agent M ths Empire i resm ih'psralor Company Lt.
Sales Agent lor Partin A Orendorff, Portland. Notary public.
Gresham, Oregon, Opp. Postoffice.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Lindgren enter
E D. Chamberlain aud wife enter
tained lor dinner last Sunday 20 of their tained Mr. Chamberlain's two brothers
friends from Portland and Powell Val and their wives from Montavilla last
At the annual »chool meeting laat | F. H. Reed and wife made a trip to
week C. A. Johnson wan elected director Washougal in their launch on Thura-
and F. O. Erstrom as clerk.
It was al dav.
so voted to build a new schoolhouse.
Henry Bell is building a barn for
Buy Your Season’s
Direct from Factory
Our« »re made from Oregon Cedar,
Than which there ¡8 no better
wood for this purpose.
Odd - aised hives made on order to the
'Queen's taste’. Our catalog will
lie sent anywhere on request.
WILLIAMS BROS., Manufacturers
Lx’Mt»'’! I l Mi • N*»rth *>f 1
i .\ tc
g\ 1» k ?
J. W. BENECKE
T H E FAIRVIEW MERCHANT
Who Handles the Best, Freshest
and Cheapest Stock of General
Merchandise in the County.
TRY HIM AND SEE FOR YOURSELF.
When Daddy Was a Boy.
th' tree« an’ «tare an’ sky.
An* owned hi« mother, too, but God be
I suppose nobody never had a gooder
took ber up on high.
dad than pa.
An’ then he’ll cry,
An’ only way he's better than the wom
An'—so du I.
an who's our ma
—W M. Herschell.
Is he kin tell more stories 'bout th*
winters long ago,
When Winter wuzzent Winter 'thout I
e-leven feet o’ snow,
Plumbers from Portland have been
An* 'thout th'e blame thee-inometer working for several days putting in
Albert Ijirson and children of War David Benfield.
wus forty-six below
ren visited at the home of Wm. Peter
a water system for J. Kammes.
Mr. and Mrs. Gleaaon of Rooeter
An’ daddy says it's so,
son and Flmil Anderson last week.
Rock were callers here Sunday.
D. C. Maybee ia the possessor of a
An' daddy ort t‘ know.
Market Day, Gresham, July 7.
new concrete cellar built by Mr. Radke
Mr. Owen, who has been visiting hi«
Ti e Young People's Society will have daughter, Mr». Geo. Chamberlain, re An' he says 'at he's seen th’ tims when from Lente.
folks 'nd freexe t’ death
a good program at the Lutheran church turned to Portland on Monday.
The Sunday School exercises last
If they dis stepped outside o' doors! Sunday evening were a complete suc-
on July 4th at 8 p. in.
Mr. Beala of Portland was a guest at
Why, it 'ud freexe their breath
Miss Anderson of Randolph, Kan., ar the home of Miaa Blackhall last Bunday.
cess and reflect great credit on all who
An' choke their throats afore they'd git took part.
rived a few daya ago for an extended
Mr. and Mrs Bidwell were )>aseengers
a chanst t' thaw ag’in,
visit with John Palmblad and family for Portland on Bunday.
An’ wouldn’t give ’em time t’ git for
and other relatives.
giveness fer their sin!
I Miss Knapp is visiting the Misses
Mr». Nordblom and daughter, Annie. Burkholder.
Why, it wus dis so cold 'at it would
are viaitmg relative* in Seattle.
freeze their voice right in !
PLEASANT VALLEY GRANGE No. .MS—
John Gustafson, of the Pinkerton De Twenty Five Cents to the Price of
An’ daddy says he's been
Meet« second Saturday at 7 30 p. m.. and fourth
tective Agency, and wife of Portland
Saturday at 10:1» a. m. every month.
Where words wux frozen in!
ROCKWOOD GRANGE—Meet» the first Wed
visited Saturday afteruooo with John
The terrible itching and smarting, in
nesday of each month at 8 p. m. and third Sat
cident to certain skin diseases. is almost An' daddy says 'at folks ain't got no I urday at 10 a. m.
Palmblad and family.
'musements now, today.
instantly allayed by applying Chamber-
MULTNOMAH GRANGE, NO. 71.—Meet« the
lain’» Salve. Price 25 cents.
For sale Like they all had when he wus young— fourth Saturday in every month at 10:1» a. m.,
Grange hall. Orient.
by Gresham Drug Co.
I've often heard him say
CLACKAMAS GRANGE meets first Saturday
month at 10:1» a. m., and third Satur
'At his most fun wus when th' snow wuz
Max Davis, Sandy’s energetic real
day at 7:30 p. m.
FAIRVIEW GRANGE— Meet« find Wednes
estate dealer, was in our town Tuesday
He couldn’t go to see our ma—fer daddy- day at 10:*) a. m.; third Tuesday evening at
8 o’clock, each month.
Did you know that the Acme Wash
used t’o keep
RUSSELLVILLE GRANGE. NO. 353-Meet« in
The storehouse of Mr». Douglas is for ing Machine »old by R. R. Carlson ha.
A-stiddy comp’ny with her then—an’ Russellville schoolhouse on the second and
fourth Saturday nights in each month.
sale as she has invested in Sandy prop never lieen equaled by the number of
then he’d have t’ creep
good points in its workings by any oth
EVENING STAR GRANGE—Meets in their
hall at South Mount Tabor on the first Satur
er machine. These fact» are not dis
Through a snow wall
of each month at 10 a. m. All visitors are
Crop« are looking favorable in this puted by anyone.
Regrets are fre
T go at all.
quent from purchasers of other makes,
GRESHAM GRANGE - Meets second Satur
that they had not seen the Acme before An’ now we don't have spellin’ bee?. day in each month at 10:30 a. m.
Geo. Carpenter haa returned to his buying.
DAMASCUS GRANGE. NO. JSO.- Meets first
ner huskin’», ner debates,
I Saturday each month.
home. His family will return later.
Ner we don’t have real sweethearts, ner
LENTS GRANGE—Meets second Saturday of
Big celebration at Gresham July 3rd.
each month at 10:30 a. m.
«pats, ner breaking dates,
NO. J9S- Meet» the
Mrs. Cannon is visiting in Linn coun
Ner nothin’ else like they had then— first Saturday in GRANGE.
the month at 10:30 a. m. and
the third Saturday at 7:30 p. m.
why, pshaw! their bobsled rides
COLUMBIA GRANGE NO. *57.-Meets in all
Mrs. Stephens of Portland was here
Wuz forty dollars’ worth more fun than day session first Saturday in each month in
grange hall near Corbett.
old toboggan slides
An’ opery playa an’ things like that—
[Granges are requested to send to The Herald
Mrs. Cl<-ggett ia having a new addi'
infomat ion so that a brief card can be run
an' well, pa says, besides
tion built to her house.
under this heading free. Send place, day and
hour of meeting.)
Marked A Co. are treating their store
to a coat of paint.
Market Day, Gresham, July 7.
The social given by the Grange at
thsir hall was a success.
Will Calvin and wife were in town re
Slnrett bothers are camping and hunt
ing on Salmon river where they are
erecting a snmme residence.
Mrs. B. C. Melman is visiting in Wash- |
Contestants for prizes in the county [
fair will have to hurry in raising the
The Methodist chnrch has services
The Baptists have no
minister at present.
Attorney K. Ixiuderback is having his
vacation in th« hav tiald.
YOUR ORDER FOR HATS and
TRIMMINGS 8OLK I TED
Al l. THE LATEST STYLES IN
SUMMER HATS FOR WOMEN
and CHILDREN at REDUCED
fill LINE LADIES ELRNISH1N6S
Mrs. (¡race Metzger
CELEBRATE THE FOURTH
An’ then his eyes ’ll glisten when he
SANDY, Saturday, July 3d.
sets in to relate
A lot of sweetest stories 'bout a dear,
'At he calls fireplace—but us folks don’t i
call it that today—
I An' we don't have no spinnin* wheels J
ner nothin' thataway.
An' it die ain't no wonder that us child-
ern alius say
We’d like t’ play
In dad's old way.
But when he gits t' talkin, 'bout bis old ,
home in th’ hills.
He stope his laughin’ an’ gits sad, an'
his dear eyes dis fills
With tears as he recalls th’ days 'at's
now long since gone by
When, as pa says, he owned th' earth, i
$6 per thousand
on 16 and 24 ft.
1x8. 1x8. 1 x 12
2x4, 2x8, 2x8
Will deliver lumber anywhere.
STRAUS LUMBER CO