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Anchor Store GRESHAM LOGALS MOV XT SCOTT THERE’S ONLY ONE WAY TO PROSPER
The serie» of meetings which have
and that is to buy where you can buy the cheapest.
been in progress at the Baptist church
Mr. Millspaugli, formerly of Lents,
here (or the past two seeks, closed last
We are not airaid to quote prices and the quality ol the
Rev. S. G. Bettes, recently living in Montavilla, has re
known as the “cowboy preacher," who turned to Lents ami »ill have hi» lioiue
conducted the services, is a man of wide in Mt. Scott Addition.
I’EARl. OIL, 5 gal can
St Illi I INi.s lll'HT HIKING toWDHi ill. mis
experience in evangelical work and his
Walter Webb has gone to eastern Ore
With a fairytale, but will get down
discounts are interspersed with witl- gon ami Alec Boland will occupy the
We sell Hardware
III W Y ho UN, pei ih
for Hardwear and Cutlery that Cuts,
PURE LARD, 5-lb istils
to the lietter life
The meeting» have
s BAKU LAUNDRY HOAP
Mrs. Herman, who has liven seriously
2 CANS Mil K.
been a lienetit to our town, and Rev j ill, is now recovering.
Bettes and wife have the be»t wishv» ql
Mrs Whitton of California ha. lieen
Have just received numlx'r ol samples Heating Stoves
the many friends they made during their
visiting with Mrs. Mary Thomas
stay in our midst.
which we can sell very reasonable, Irotn $2 up.
and when you want an article with
Perry Wickatn has moved from the
a name that counts then use th«-—
The officers »ml degree team of Ever
property near the schoolhouse to the
green Camp Modern Woodmen *ol
We are paying the following prices lor your produce :
Elliott home in Webb Addition.
America, of Portland, with IWputy State .
EGGS, per dos
Mrs John Gossett is very ill at the
Orgauiser F. J. Darlington, instituted »
BUTTER. per lb
B.W to 7.W
YE Al., per lb
1 new lodge at Greabatu, Saturday night.
They have a good big guarantee back of them, and when you are in juvt , The new Io ’gv starts with a member- Park.
PORK, |x-r lb
pl, to lug
OATS, per tun
•nook about and see the many other gvssi things you need
To the patrons of the library at Lents
i ship of 25. some of whom are old mem-
WHEAT, per ton
I tiers and have transferred from Eastern We have tried every way »e can think
1 camps. The lodge will meet the first of
1 to keep lb«- library going.
Wr BIT whdl you hdvr Io Sill and Sill what you hove Io BUY. So
and third Tuesday of each month in I reeort is to come to you. li each family
briny us your business.
¡O.O. F. hall where visiting neighbors would give us *1 a year or each one give
us ten cents a month the bunlen would
are always welcome.
We nevi our li
Albert Salstrand, who spent last sum tie light on each OUS.
mer in Minnesota, has bought 40 acres brary. Surely if our town can support
The old Seven-Mile house is living re- at Sunnyside near Clackamas w here he too poolrooms we can pay the rent for
; modeled by parties out from Portland. is now located.
Portland pays our libra
¡To just what use the old building is
rian. All we have to pay is rent, fuel
Mrs. J. W. Reed and children of Es
¡about to be put is unknown to its
Unlee» we meet with more
tacada spent Saturday with Rev. Par-
hearty co-operation the library »ill
D'‘‘8hb ,r’ ** present. The best we can ounsgian and family.
FOR SALE—Lincoln Sheep, Poland
have to go.
We ask all to i-ume and
China Hogs, breeding stock of all I ages, hope is that no road house will be open
Iteputv Sheriff Wagner was in Greah visit the library. We have a large,com-
Webb Farm, Phone 15S ed here, to lie a menace to our grow ing
am Monday on duties connected with rnodiou» »ml cheerful room.
Succ«m»<>ra to T. K H<»witt
his office. He reports I »ad reads iu the books on ticllon, history ami on every
FOR SALE—Extra large cedar posta.
E. E. Arnspiger and wife entertained
H. E. Daria, Greaham; Phone 21.
(if their brothers, Ezra, Roy and Willie •
branch of industry. Now, go-id people,
Solicits your trade.
Rev. F. H. Freund of the Zion's Evan come with your help and the librarian
Crosier on Thanksgiving.
LUMBER—At our new mill ll* miles
gelical church lias gone to Payette, will give you credit. Itespvctfullv.
Dealers in Fresh and Cured Meats.
Miss Carrie Wilson of Corbett waa a
southeast of Kelso. We deliver lumber.
Idaho, iu the interest of his church
(• guest at Buckley Grove the past week.
Prices, Hogs V to QJc, Veal K) to He, Beef 3 to 3Jc
The Zion's Evangelical church is en
Mr. Barnett gave a dinner to a host of
larging the horse sheds, making in all
*-ee S. S. Thompson for horses. Phone Portlanders on Thanksgiving.
twelve stalls. This »ill accommodate
For a Lame Back.
his family are living on the Car)>enter 1
the many who drive in from country.
When you have pain» or lameness in
LOST or STRAYED—Sorrel mare.’
Owing to the absence of the pastor, F. the l«ck lullin' the |*arts with Chamber-
David Shindler of Portland was a
blazed face, SOLI or 900 pounds, about 12
H. Freund, there will he no servive at lain’s Liniment twice a day, massaging
vears old, three wire scratches on her pleasant caller on Sunday.
the Zion Evangelical church next Sun- with the |«hn of the hand lor live min • •
breast, brand on left hip; taken up by
utes at each application. Then tlampen
John Ickler, Route 2, tiresham.
a piece ol Haimel slightly with thia lin
a deep gash in his leg on Friday while
Tboae who hear Richard's < »rehestra iment and bind it on over the seal ol
LOST—From pasture near Hogan, a repairing a fence.
at Johnson hall on Saturday night are t>ain and you may Im surprised to see
light colored Jersey heifer, about 1 la
John Moll and wife had a number of assure-1 a treat. E. R. Johnson and A. how quicklv the lamen«'"" disappears.
years old; tinder will be rewarded
Chas. Cleveland, Gresham.
(50 guests for Thanksgiving, about twenty- Mullhauf are the manager*.
five being present.
Harry Osborne and family are enjoy
FUR SALE—Bull, ’4 Guernsey, 2’a
The Smith family, lately living on the I ing a visit from Portland friends.
(Him VII LI
years old, gentle and reliable, 3 miles
Cldtkdnids County, Oregon.
south of Gresham. Phoue 309.
M. C. Donahue has rented his farm
Rev Wm. Runyan preached at t lie
(50 for the winter.
near Sandy ami will live in Portland for M. E. church Sunday.
Miss Florence Wilson and her broth awhile.
He was in Gresham Friday
Jas. Edgerton spent Thursday in
WANTED—Man and team to haul er, Dick, spent the week-end at Mr.
wood, mile aud lalf haul; good roads
tur trimmed ltd Is
Hale Is-gms at 10 a m.
Phone 309. Louis Yunker.
(50 Cummings as guests of the young peo-
Mr. and Mrs Durfey of Lents took
Chauncey Coffman has gone to Port-
I mbrolden Pdl terns
Thanksgiving dinner with J. Palmquist land for a few days.
STRAYED—In May,light roan muley
The appearance of an up-to-date and family.
Miss Ruth Friel of Portland ■pent a
vearling steer. '* round hole in left ear; smoke wagon at our mail box every day
Gresham is to have a new livery barn few days with her parent» in Cherry* 1 Span of mare*, weight Illki to 1200.
bell on ; reward for information.
prompts us to congratulate the enter 5OxM), three stories high.
92, Route 5; Gresham.
3 Yearling heifers.
prise of our estimable poetman, E. E. |
Lewis Shattuck is opening up a fine
Alex B. Brooks, who has • (■ent a •> Tliree-vear old heifers.
• s. Phone
riione j Chipman
We are very proud of route
WANTED—Good fresh cows.
Tabor 1699. M. J. Mvers. 1594 Divis- 1. As acreage in our parts has taken a new line of toys and Christina* goods; month in Portland ami lh««l River, lias 1 Reg Shorthorn Durham bull, 4 yrs.
ion St., Portland, or.
decided jump we attribute it to the part and Fred Fieldhouse lias some fine hol returned home.
I of our new mail aoto. Good for our
Rev. Runyan's sister is paying him a
TAKEN I P—A two-vear-old heifer.
W. S. Ball, formerly of Cottrell but visit.
1 *» Set farm harness. 1 Hack harm's« » old I’lMtolllee Bldg.
Pnwi-ll Ht J
black; owner call at A. Ganiilitzs, Lat- camer-
A ,ew more men ot *“• Pr"-
New t-imli farm wagon.
(tf gressive stamp would help to make now of Sweet. Idaho, writes atnut the
law McCable is now in the employ of
Two-seated canopy-top ha< k.
Gresham the biggest town on the map. country, hi» work at the butcher busi the Firwood Mill Co
New Evans potato planter
ness and of a new homestead he is hold
FOR SALE—Cheap; a double-seated i_____________
D. W Itouglaas was circulating a pe- Champion mover and rake,gi»«l a« new.
back with an extension top. A. Brug-•
tition to call a meeting to vote a sfievial Mower and rake.
ger, Melville Farm,Gresham,Route 1. <tf Forthat Dull Feeling After Eating.
road tax in Cherryville district.
New 2 horse riding cultivator.
«•••«■»■>. Z i
Z • D ..
1 have ""«I Chamberlain’s Stomach
■ ^ A^£XI> Apple* by T. R How- an(, |jver Tablets for some time and
J. H. L. Maybee :nl wife gave a 5-Hljovel cultivator
ltt, Gresham.______________________ tf
testify that they havedone me more
Thanksgiving dinner on the 27, that be 2-Hhovel cultivator.
„ good than any tablets I have ever used.
ing the date on account of a number St«M*l plow, H-inch.
Foh 'ALE A full blood Jersey bull, >jy trouble was a heavy dull feeling af-
three years old, of go--l breeding; the ter eating.-Davul Freeman. Kempt,
who wished to go to Sandy on the 25th. Hpriiig-tooth harrow. Drag harrow
. . ALL KINDS . .
kind that will improve your herd. Tbox Xova Scotia. There tablets strengthen Jdnudr) 4th to February 18. 1909.
Mrs. Ware has gone to Portland for large scalding kettle.
Spillmann, Handy Ridge.____________ tf t|ie stomach and improve the digestion.
Cream «operator; cream can».
AND HEE H AMPLES.
TO OVT I -T
1« U. U____ _ Th<’’r ,lso reKul*te the liver and bowels
Practical work, lecture« and demon
TO E.LL Two span light horses ,one They are far superior to pills but erst no
Geo. B. Coll per was hauling apples to Numerous small farm implements,
Open every day.
light buggy, cushion tire runabout,new :------
Get a free sample at Gresham stration» will be given in such vital sub Sandy last week.
2 Heating stoves.
one rubber tire surrey, canopy top. al l*rug Co., and -ee what a splendid med
jects as General Farming, Fruit Cul
Bedsteads, chairs, IsHikcase, stands,
most new. Inquire of Lewis Shattuck, icine it i*.
Oscar Smith is building a new house
ture, Animal Husbandry, Dairying,
Tables and numerous other pieces of
on his place.
Main Street, - Gresham, Ore.
Poultrykeeping, the Business Side of
household furniture, etc.
Wm. Stone spent Thanksgiving at
FOR RENT—Half-acre of ground: 5-
Farming, Forestry, Carpentry, Black
room house, with well and barn.
smithing, Mechanical Drawing, Cook Rockwood.
sums over $10, twelve month’s time will
Have you seen R. R Carlson’s win- ing Sewing, Dressmaking, Home Man-
be given on approve«! notes at 7 |ier
Notice Is hereby given that the under-
WANTED—Anybody having fresh dow'diaplay of jardiniers? If you wish to I agement, etc.
cent, per annum.
1 signml has G-vn appoint«*«! administra-
milk cows for sale address R. Rees, R.
All regular courses begin January 4th
The Lutheran congregation celebrat-
F. D. 3. tiresham.
■'«' make a Christmas present there is the
tor of the estate of Charles E. Avery,
and end February 11th.
Farmers’ «*<1 Thanksgiving in the church ami was
M. C. Donahue, Owner, • deceased, by the County Court of the
place to go for something suitable and
FOR SALE—27 acres first-class fruit
Rev. J. E. Nordling
I State ol Oregon, for the County of
His stock of rocking chairs has
land; lays level, ’4 mile from O. W. P. wise.
A cordial invitation is extended to delivered a sermon, after w hich they all W. W. Sampson,
Auct. * Multnomah, and has qualilted. All
line, IB mile» from Portland : price ♦>*’ been doubled within the past ten days all interested.
went to the dining room where a lioiint-
per acre. 19 acres 1 miles from Syca
IMrsons having rial ms againat »»id estate
Good accommodations may be secur iful table was spread. In the afternoon
more Station, 10 miles from Portland, 1 making the samples to select from equal
hereby notified to pre-ent the same
verv best soil, price $26<*i; also have to towns of much larger size. Now is ed at reasonable rates. No age limit the Ladies Mission Society held tbeir
to meat MN-9-IO Couch Building, Port
east Klickitat wheat and fruit land for the time to make vour selection and he above IB years.
No entrance require auction sale which was a success. Cof
Mr. Parker, who has I wen lining land, Oregon, with proper voucher» nnd
sale. G. W. Sager, Gresham.
(52 I will hold the goods until you wish to ments. Prominent lecturer» have been
fee and cake was served and each one blacksmithing here lor Ed Than, haw duly verilleil within six months from
secured for special topics. The instruc left for their home well pleased.
returned to Portland.
FOR SALE—All or part of 27', acres have them delivered.
Date and first published
tional force of the College num tiers KN).
with 5-room bungalow, hot ami cold
It is reported that Hans N'elton ha« the 19th day of Novemlier, A. D,, ItMHS.
water, good outbuildings, young or
When you advert)«« in The Herald
at the home of J. A Staffenson Satur sold his ranch here.
chard; one mile south of Linn-iiiann
Date of last publication, December the
A special feature is the Farmers'
Junction on O. W. J’.
Ross Heiney, you reach the buying claw throughout
day. I*ec. 4 at I o'clock.
J. faiuderback baa returned home 17th, 1009.
Delmer D. White, Admin
Phone Greeham 75.
(52 eastern Multnomah county.
istrator; J. T. Ellis. Attorney.
Miss Emelie Johnson spent Thanks from eastern Oregon.
14th to IH. Lectures, discussions and
giving in Portland visiting with friends.
Very few potatoes have been dug on
a general reunion.
STRAYED—One yearling heifer, with
right ear split, brindle; reward for re-1
We are glad to have Annie Johnson account of the heavy rains.
For further information address Reg
turn or information. H. A. Gist, R. 2, !
istrar, <tregon Agricultural College,Cor- with us again. She looks much im
Mr. and Mrs. S. McKinney leave our
i vail is, Oregon.
at Mrs Pheobe Claygrtt,» on Nov .kh
neighborhood Tuesday to take charge of
FOR SALE—Rhode Island Red Cock
Miss Ella Bottelson of Portland spent
Miss Olive Zimmerman of Portland the Minsinger raneb five miles above
erel", $1.50, also Rosecomb Brown leg
Thanksgiving with homefolk«
visited her cousins, Misses Laura and Marmot.
The Canton all-steel plow«, Oliver
horns. $1. lee Ball, Route 5, Gresh
H. M. Staffenson moved his family to Mala-1 Shipley, this »«. k.
Chilled plows are known to be all right
Mr. Kleinsmith and daughter, Ethel,
Frank Townsend led Epworth la-ague have gone to Wisconsin for a visit to hit
at Hessel'», Ores barn.
tl the old Kane place.
LOST—Near Troutdale, brown Water
Mi»» Olive GM is home again after a
Span iel, with license.
Return to A. P.
three weeks visit with her sister here.
A. (}. Child ia having some clearing
Semoni, Quelle Cafe
Ed Jonsrud of Minnesota arrived here
The well known Superior Feeders and
Troutdale and receive $20 reward
There are many late spuds in the done on hie ranch.
I>isc brill« at Hewel’a, Greaham.
Edward I-ouderback, eldest son of J.
Wm. P. Brooks of Beaverton visited W. Iximlerlmck, die-1 of typhoid fever
«***••«*****4**444****«**« this week at the home of his sister,Mrs. on Nov. IH, at hie home in Redmond,
The marshal has empounded in the
Miss Ruby Elliott returned to school 5 and 7 years old, besides a father and city pound one white horse aliout BOO
For Dry Goods, Groceries, and
mother, four brothers anil two sisters |siuiids, without brands, shod all round.
II at Corvallis on Monday after »(tending
to mourn his loss,
Born in Lalayi-tte Unless the owner or other persons hav
Foster Road and Main St.
county, Missouri, Aug. 29, 1M75, he ing an inters», in the same shall claim
Material .... Rustic,
Flooring, Ceiling and
came to Oregon when 14 years of age. |H>sseasion of the same amt pay all costs
He married Ivy Stewart, Oct. IB, 1901, and charges of the keeping of the same,
One Ruler given away
Notice ia hereby given that the un- and afterwards moved to Redmond. He with advertising thereof, together with
ALL KILN DRIED
< » dersigned has purchased the
good», was well known here.
< «asoline Engine,
50c ja-r Cord.
the fees provided for Ordinance No. 14,
Sn E. W. MILLER, LENTS - •
ware«, merchandise and all fixture« in
said animal will be sold at auction 1.«
J. H. Fitzgerald
conmretion therewith of the store form
MILL ANO TAROS IT LENTS JUNCTION < • erly
For Eczema, Tetter and Salt Rhuem. pay such fees and charges.
owned by F. II. Pattison. All bills
will tie held at Mrs. O. A. Jackson’s
The intense itching characteristic of
that »re against F. II. Pattison must be
these ailments is almost instantly allay barn, now used as eity pound, on the
Keep poetetl on the news of the day.
presented within thirty days from date ed by Chamberlain’» Halve.
Many 15th day of December, IISK), at 2 o’clock
The Herald offers good bargain« through
of this publication.
First publication, severe cases have been cured by it. For P- m’
X HrvTaa, Marshal.
if® clubbing list.
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ November IV, 1909. Geo. E. Day. (50. »»le by Gresham Drug Co.
Fairview. Ore., Nov. 25, 1909.
Deaerai Mervhandiae. Feed, Etc.
Prices are Right
Gresham Anchor Store
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