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Chapman A Alder Stradi
I WHIR w vs V mn ii »••
• ». — •••- ** w'~** f ' — |
terday; big, hearty hoy» and crying all
the while—just •» if they wanted Fol-
ger '■ Golden Gate Coffee.
The Asclmfl boy» repairod thè tele- <
plions line (rum Samly lo Marmol thè •
tirai of la»l week.
Mr». Meek. daughter Cornelia, and
•»ter Mia» Watkins, are guest» at ili,
Mi»» Mae Murari rettimeli lo Portland
A» Mr. Rolfe wa» Corning up troni thè
Mt. H imm I camp Timsday evening he
aaw a cougar near Ilio postulile«.
boy» wìth doga and lanieri!» started oul .
in great baile lo captimi it but wtien
tliey reached ili.- place w bere thè «rugar i
timi lieen seen no trace of it eould he |
Fairview, l>«-. X.—On account of the
severity of Hie weather on election day
the vote was »mall. Tlie following were
elected . For councilmen, G. 0, l>olpb,
to »ucveed himnell; A. M. Andernon to
■nccavd himself, and J H. Hcliram to
•m-ceed K. A. Whitney; R. Hunter waa
elected marshal to »weevil himself.
Complete Lines oí
Groceries, Dry Goods, Footwear
Light Hardware and Feed
FARM PRODUCE HANDLED ON COMMISSION
Sand, Clay, Cement, Lime—Best Bargains in the County
Oregon Aqricult ur<il College
Big Stock at City Prices
E ngraving C .
FRED D. FLORA
For Dry Goods, Groceries, and
Foster Road and Main St.
SEE CHAUNCEY "WL
’Or per Cord.
J. M. Fitzgerald
Notice 1» hereby givuu that the under
signed has been appointed administra
tor of tlie estate of Charles E. Avery, !
deceased, by the County Court of the
State ot Oregon, for the County of]
Multnomah, and has qualified.
jiereons having claims against said estate
are hereby notified to present the same
to meat WS-9-10 Conch Building, Port
land, Oregon, with proper vouchers and I
duly verified within six months from
Date and first published
the 19th day of November, A. D., I'.xri.
Date of last publication, Ih-cember the |
Delnier l>. White. Admin
istrator; J. T. Ellis. Attorney.
Commercial trade «elicited
Clean beds and good meal»
The city election at Troutdale was
heltl on Tuesday.
There was no im-
portant «question to settle ao the dav
passed quietly. The newly elected of
ficers were won by the following vote:
Mayor, Lew Ilario«, Mi; counciltnen,
l>. I'. Crefg, 53; I.. Jean Larson, t»2; 8.
N. Johnson, .V»; Recorder, 8. II. John
son, 77; Marshal, Otis Bowen, rtd; 8. 8.
Logan, Treasurer, 107.
Fttd Stibl» i* Cnnnschsn
MRS. S. T. CROW. • Prop.
New Location — Fresh Stock Daily — Best Brands
BUTTER AND EGGS TAKEN
Cheapest Cash Bargains in the County.
about our Prize Offering.
PASTURE AND HAY
MfAfTf FOR SAMPLES
Agency for Oregon Fire Relief Aesociatlon.
Shattuck’s—The home »tore for gift
(Near Pap's Restaurant.)
Has the Goods! New Stock; Fresh, Clean,
Attractive Line of Groceries, Boots and Shoes,
and Notions ol all kinds.
Fairview’s Leading Merchant
Troutdale City Eletti on.
Your grocer will grind it—
fletter if gruuud at hums—uot
Troutdale, Dec. 9.—William Weller.
Jr., had his foot quite badly hurt by
i colliding with Fox'» dellwry »teil wbils
coasting on the hill Wednesday.
foot caught lietween the coaster and the
M. E. Tolleson of Trontdale I im been
It. W. Wilcm ha» moved hi» family quite »lek for tbe last three ws.-ks but
Into the cottage belonging to ICev. It', ia reported some lietter.
Frank I'ortello, Sr .returned home on
Geo. bliaw ha» returned to bi» duties I Saturday from Alaska where lie ha»
been etuploywl ou the railroad being
limit between Cordora and Copper Cen
John Wissl» lia» »old hi» five acre» ol
laud lut-aled at Columbia View, ha»
Arthur McFarlin waa taken ill with
rented the ok I home place and rvturnvd
pneumonia last Saturday and was re-
moved io the (rood Samaritan hospital
J N. Hall lia» »»Id In» farm loealail
wr»l of Fairview on the bandy road to
L. Ix>gan ami family of Heppner have
Mr Frake ol the f'eninauia and will go
East on a visit after which he * ill lixale liven visiting at the home of Mr». Ixe
gan'» brother, 1’. M. Nash.
S andy H otel
HARLOW, BLASER & HARLOW
Mias Bertha Helming returned from
Hana Holte waa trie.I lielore the eitv
ollii-ial» a lew day» ago and tine.I * Io lor Portland on Wednesday where »lie ba»
WACHIN AND III (Mill S
taking live»Ua-k from the |».und with been for tlie |«»t few week».
JJtl E. Morrison Street
N. II Stone and wife have gone to I
out the permission of the poundinsstsr,
Welches 1» in the throes of winter as
Jesse Herliert ami wife lire occupying Portland to make their future home '
Geo. Clapp ha» taken Mr. Stone'» place we are having a regular blizzard. There
Mr». Alma Hall'» midenev.
as foreman in the glue factory of the is aliout four inches of snow on the
C. A. Stewart ha» liven ill with an at
ground ami the indications are that we
Union Meat Comfiaiiy.
Voder New Management
tack of pneumonia, but is improving.
will have several days more of »now and
Mr. F'.ate* and family of Ashland sre
Mi»» Blanch Roads i» visiting friend»
cold weather. The thermometer regis
visiting Mr». E»te»' |«renla, William
ter» k below freezing and the wind is in
Board by the Day or Week
Johnson are! wife, en route to Tacoma :
the north and east, drivirg the snow al
Mi»» Hila Jackson, wlioli*» liven with to make their future home.
$1.80 per Day, or S3 to
January 4th to kbruary 18, 1909. her grandparent», C. A. Stewart and Mr» Narr is ill in the Good Samaritan . most on a level and it is almost impos Rates, $1 to
$5..K> per week.
sible to face the storm
wifi-, left Saturday lor her Imine in Port
hospital where she was removed a few i
Geo. bleret and a friend are spending ,
Practical work, heturr* him ! • l«*inon-
a few day» in hi» summer cottage on .
»tralion* will I m * kkcii in aueb vital »ub*
W. f. GUNN. Prop r
Mr». T. Lowe will entertain the Five , Hleret Island.
They climbed Huckle
jccu* bm < iciicrnl I arming, Fruit ( til- How One Doctor Successfully Treats Hundred Club at her home on Friday |
berry mountain today before the storm ; GRESHAM,
Animal II unlmiiilry, I burying.
started and report the »now to be aliout
Poultrykt-vping, the ItuaiiiMM Hide o(
“In treating pneumonia,'' »ays Dr.
W. F. Greer’» woodlaw crew were, four feet deep on top of the mountain I
Farming, Forvetry, ('arprntry, Black- tV J. Smith of bander», Ala., “the only
held up at the point of a revolver in the and the wind blowing a perfect hurri
«fiiithtng, Mechanical Drawing, Cook reme.lv I iw for the lung. 1» Chamber-
band» of Mrs. Swable and ordered to cane.
ing dewing, I>re#»making, Home Man lain'» Cough Reini-dy. Wlnle/d course,
I would treat other symptoms with dif cease work, which order they obeyed, !
Roliert Haunn is spending a few days ;
ferent mwlicine», I have u»ed thia rem one day last week
The wood, which in Portland.
All regular roil mr» la-gin January 4tli edy many lime» in my medical practice
lielonged to Bert Edmonson, was living ‘
anti end February 11 th.
Farmer»' and have yet (ailed to find a ca».- where
It has been reported here that the!
it lia» not controlled the trouble.
I thrown into Mra. Swable'i yard. later fish hatchery was partly underminded !
Week February 1411» to IHlh.
have iinv.1 it mvaelf, a» has also my wife Mr. Ednmmioii ordered tbe work resum
A cordial invitation ia extended to (or cough» and cold» repsatedly, and I
and wrecked by the high water.
ed, he also appearing with a revolver.
moat willingly and cheerfully recom- I
We liave the promise of about $70tX>
The work was then completed without
< i » mm I aur«>mm<aiationn may I m * i«euur- mend it a» »upvrior to any other cough
to spend on road work between here I
nI at reasonable rate».
No age limit reme.lv to mv knowledge.'
and bandy, the coming summer which I
by Grccliaui Drug Co,
above hl year».
No entrance require
will be a great lienefit to this commun
ment». Prominent lecturers have been
ity and other places between the two
from Linnemann on Wednesday night,
Notice to Creditors.
«retired for »perial topic». The instruc
points. This part of the mad has never
the gearing Iwing broken. Another car
tional force of the College number» l(M).
had but from #5n) to ll.’iOO to improve
In the Countv Court of the State of
with in any one year before, so the
Oregon, for Multnomah County—In
A aprcial feature ia the Farmer»* the matter of the e»i»te of O»car Burr, the disabled car taken io for repairs.
prvsdss of the coming year looks like a
Week which cum*« tin» year February drveaeeil
fortune to the taxpayers of eastern
Notice ia hereby given that
14th to 1M.
Lectures, diecueaiuiia ami the undersigned lia» lieen duly appoint- well |iatroiiized this winter. The follow Clackamas county.
ing refiort was made for tbs month of
a general reunion.
h I by the »lure entitled Court, Admin
Chas. Pashel is doing his assessment
Attendance, ail u It, 36S;
For further information addre»» Keg- istratrix of the above estate.
work on bis group of mining claims.
iatrar, Oregon Agricultural CollegetCor- son» having claim» against the said juveniles, 255; total 623.
("»I estate »re hereby required to present fiction. 330; non-fiction, 24(5; total, fAM.
The liliranan hiqies to call a meeting of j
lliein. with the proper vouchers within
the association as soon as the weather is
•ix month» from date of thia notice, to
Look! Hark! Listen!
The marshal has em pounded in the
the undersigned at Gresham, Oregon.
city pound one white horse about tW
F arah B< hr , Administratrix.
Have you »erri I!. R Carlson's win-
pounds, without brands, shod all round.
dow display of jardinier»? If you wish to l*atv of first publication, Nov. 38, 191)0.
! Cnleaa tbe owner or other persons hav
t>ate of last publication, Dec. 24, 19W.
make a Christmas prevent there il the
ing an interest in the same shall claim
This country is now filled with people
place tu go for »onietliing suitable and
who migrate across the continent in all |>oa»ession of the same and (mv all costs
The Canton all-steel plow», Oliver directions seeking that which gold can and charges of the keeping of the same,
Ilia »tuck of rucking chair» ha»
Chilled plow» are known to be all right not buv. Nine-tenths ol them are suf with advertising thereof, together with
liven doubled within the pad ten day»
al Hessel'», timballi.
tf fering from throat and lung trouble or the fees provided for Ordinance No. 14,
chronic catarrh resulting from neglected
making the »ampie» to »elect from equal
colds, ami »|ieniling fortunes vainly try said animal will be sold at auction to
to biw na of much larger «ite.
Could every pay such fees and charges.
Such sale ! has needs just as much as you have.
Shattuck'» i» the real home of Santa ing to regain lost health.
the tune to make your »election and lie
sufferer but undo the past and cure that will tie held at Mrs. O. A. Jackson's Y'ou need cleaning and fixing up once
I in a wbild, and so does your watch.
will hold the good» until you wi»h to
first neglected cold.all this sorrow,pain,
barn, now used as city pound, on the About once a year the proposition of
anxiety and expense could have l>een
have them delivered.
Chaudierlain's Cough Rem loth dav of December, 1909, at 2 o’clock cleaning and oiling that watch comes
lxìt» (or •«Mir in Cedarville, on eaay edy is famous for its cures of colds, and p. m.
R. H cxter , Marshal. ! up. It's then that you want to think
of me. The treatment accorded a watch
Use it Fairview-. Ore., Nov. 25, 1909.
term». Il W Snniihall. Pleasant View can always ue depended upon.
(30 | is just the same whether it is the )>est
and the more serious diseases may lie
Avenue; Greaham, lloute 3.
. or the poorest make—that is. the beet
avoided. For sale bv tiresham Drug
Old Hickory, one and two horse light attention is given it. FLORA is an ex
running wagons, Canton disk and spike pert in handling watches. Let him fix
up your timepiece.
tooth harrows, sold at prices which are
A bright, wondrous w hole floor toy
right. Call at Hessel’s, Gresham, and
■tore at Shattuck's.
rn»«v am » Aim by srx rothAW oar.
get right and honest treatment.
191 Morrison Street
High grade Michigan Quality Buggies,
Hack». Cari», ai right price» at Hessel'a,
THAT WATCH OF YOURS
Geo. Ten Eyck ha» retnrned troni
Mi»» Mary llelm» dia» gone lo Bull !
which reaumed work Monday.
The Evening Star Grange al Ila meet
ing on I*«.. I, bad a good attendance
despite the storm. The third and fourth
degree» acre given to M-ven candidates
The lev-lure hour was held Immediately
after dinner and «»• •• folio«»
Solo hv Mr. David Kllton.
Heritatiun by Miss lailu Epson.
Ilemark» by Mr. Young from Colum
Elert ion rd nt Heers for the year I9|O
waa belli and resulted at follow». Mal
ter, J .1, Johnson; Overseer, Ml»» " ill-
<!a Itm-kman; Lecturer, Mi». II. I.
\ ail; Steward. E. J. Spooner; Assistant
Steward, C Moreland; Chaplain. Mr».
E. A. Kelley; Treasurer, Mt». Emma
Spooner; Secretary, Mr». M. M Eaton;
Gatskespsr. Geo. Broukman; Cerra.
Mia» E. Eulan, Pomona, Miss ll»«el
Paquet, Flora, Miaa Ruth Nlblin . lady
Assistant Steward, Ml»« Mary K. Pa-
quet; Pianist, Mr». Minnie Altnmn;
Executive Committee. L D. Elliott and
S >1. Covell.
Mr». E. A. Niblin was
aaked to act a» Installing officer al the
neat inerting Jan. I.
Evening star will entertain Pomona
Grange on l*ec. 14.
A New F.ngland »now »torni wa» ex -
|ierienced bere la»t week.
inche» of «now teli.
The psople al thè
hotel are enjoying sleigli riding and
C. W. Miller of Portland wa» up in-
•pecting thè work of thè Mt lliard Co.
For that Dull Feeling After listing.
I have used Chamberlain's Stomach
and Liver Tablets for some time and
can testlfv that they havedone me more
good than any tablets I have ever used.
My trouble was a heavy dull feeling »f-
ter eating.—David Freeman, Kempt,
These tablets strengthen
the stomach and improve the digestion.
They also regulate the liver and bowels.
»uperior to pi
They are I far superior
11» but cost no
Gst a free sample st Gresham
Drug Co., and see what a splendid med
icine it Is.
The doll «ectiun i» a wonderland
life-like beauty at Shattuck'».
CHOPPING AND ROLLING
Orisi Taken at any Time—Quick Delivery.
WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF MILL FEED
Market Price Paid for Grain
SUN-DIAL FEED MILL