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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (April 8, 1910)
Fairview. April fi -—The l>ei>ertl dance
Edward Mill« of l*or I la ml haa moved
Ant«» l^nta. Along with hit <*«>miug a given by the Artisans for It II Andet-
I son last Saturday evening was a very
fin»* l«ii’|M>und h<>y arrived,
successful and pleasant affair.
Mitt Elsie Bright rrlebral«*«! her tit*
taanlli birthday Wednaaday evening by i J. A Itoaa aud family were at Ht.
inviting in al»<»ut thirty of her fiieinls. Johns Sunday to attend the wedding
anniversary celebration of Mr, llosa*
A tine time ia reported
IgiieiitB, N. A Hoes ami wife, at the
F rank Butterfield hat the contract tn
home of Dr. and Mrs. Vincent.
finish the cottage at the head *>f Ever*
Mrs. W F.llison and son William left
1 Thursday evening lor llu|»ert, Ida.,
The Grange at «la I given <>n Monday
where they will visit a few days ami
evening waa a great atircaaa. There wot
return with Mr. Ellison who has baan
a large attendance, the program wan
III Idaho for the past three weeks
generally coin mended, the lunch met
Mias Christine John was a guest of
with favorable mention, ami everyone
friends Itere Sunday.
went aaav happy.
Mrs. K. W Wllcoi is entertaining
Mrs. Victor F.nirh-k of Hunnyahle
Wednesday afternoon al the her brother John Luca from British
home of E P Smith on North Main < oluinbia
Mrs. J. F Stillaoti had as a guest Hun*
Mr. Emrick has letently
bought some acreage in tho Cadwell • lay, her brother Clem Clark of Port
Miss Theresa Moore, daughter <»l Dr.
M<s»re, formerly of this pla«e, is rr|s>rt*
rd to lie in a very serious condition
The family went to California three
years ago with the Imps of warding off
the ravages of tula r« ular troubles, but
It ap|N*ars the fight has la*en in vain.
Mrs M \ Itodgers lias l»reii S|»eml*
ing the week ill Portland, Mr Budgets
mother again I wing quite ill.
One of the sad lest a< • iderits that ever
hap|M-n« d Hi tire town of l.enla « m < uirr«l
last Monday. resulting in the death ol
the two )ear old «laughter of Mr and
Mrs Alfred Hruger. I he little girl was
(Wo years old to the «lay, and to cele
brate the occasion the mother dressed
her up Hi tbs afternoon aud walked
down to the Isiltery winch is conducted
by Mr Bruger.
Alrout that time a
large kettle of hot lard was removed
from the stove where doughnut« had
been cooking. The little «me in some
way tell into It and was so horribly
burned that death resulted in a short
In trying to save the child the
lather wildly reache«l into the hot grease
and be, too, was Ixtdly burned, as was
also the mother In her efforts to remove
tire hot clothing from the little one's
Mr and Mrs. John llonsy of Seattle,
and their daughter and her husband ol
Portland, visited Thursday with Mrs
Annie Fairl»anks. Mr Honey’s sister,
whom he dad not seen (or 2H years.
Mrs Buckingham, who a year ago oc
cupied a tent in the yard of her sister*
in law, Mrs Rayburn, died on fuewlay
at her home al Corvallis. Mr. ami Mrs
Buckingham have been in California
(or soinr time and their doctor advrsed
a change. They arrived in Corvallis on
Death resulted from tulrercu*
S V Camp N-’. I » meets al Lenta on
•J«| ami itli Eri'lays, Hamilton’s hall.
Initiation fer Fl
cut KKV Vlllt
.! T Meint.rt>
called U> Portland
on Imaines* last week
E. Truman ami litt. Oak transacted
tiuainea, in Sunday Thursday
W. A. Stona waa out bom«’ laat week
on .parlai buamraa, returning to Rock-
wool Saturday where lie haa lieen .lay
ing with J. Richmond for some time.
Mr. and Mra J. T Friel waa visitors at
the home ol Mra M Stone laat Friday.
Mr and Mra llow.rda waa nt Cherry
ville laat Thursday on bu.meaa.
Gao. Flinn, who haa been away for
several months haa returned to Sandy.
BRIGHT REALTY GO.
For the follow ingat Bargain«
prices: Is’ts. I kxih «’». acre
age tracts, farms. Iiusineia.
Fit’W, «i>4 other pro|«-rty.
Our Methmla. Our St«»ck of
Liimls-r ami Millwork ami Our
We are conffdvnt that it
will result in securing your buai-
m-sH wh«*n you ms**I anything from
a |wet to a bill of lunil»er for a
I mhimc or barn.
The ks*Mt in quality for the mon
ey, is the motto we try to live up
to. Colne in and investigate
S kk E
W MILLER. LENTS
(’oine in an.I g«'t "lie of their rt.a k
un.I Poultry Inaili« free.
I’rio-a of the haal, ">oe, Ita-, fl anti
Will pay you 3 % on 6 months’ deposits, 4 % on 12.
Born Friday, April 1 to Mr. ami Mrs.
llokM*rt Burns Krrslake, a son.
Check Deposits Solicited.
Drafts and Letters of Credit Issued.
Miss Gladyt llslvey of Bridal Veil
wai the guest of Alta W< nm I last week.
When you advertise in The Herald
you reach the buying ( lass throughout
eastern Multnomah county.
Tax Statement on application.
» cm » i by Robert McGregor (»Ire ot Crescrui*
”2 I 4, by Major Ktlsall ¿11. by
Dani %Aily Hird, by Vlnniont 1401T, 1 ¿1 1 4 (wire ot Portia Knight
1« 1 •). by AHvmont .*•<>.
•J *.* i 4. »Irv of 7 in
in S<-t t»n<1 «lain ui«« Katy Lyn««, bv Fri ’l Haaiblrton (M63, 2 .W. by
Haroblvtonlan Mambrtno *.’4
Third «lain saliv Harrtil (»latn of l*an«lora ¿7). by Autocrat
P.*AXt. Fourth Dani Nelly Rurrvll
M owa MrARSGOW i’ a haiulaom«* ’'lack utallion < year« old, in band* aim weighs 1M0 pounds
H«-1« well proportioned and «sell developed vrltli plenty ot action. «ty Ir and quality. He
t arlr* a«>me of the blo«M| of aoinv of onr mo«t sue« eswtut speed producing families
make the weasun of ivluat U Ii.o« mm -« turn near GresMm Oregna Terms FXS the -eason
w ith UMiial return privilege fare taken t»> avoi«i accidants,. but will be responntble for
none. Good pasture for mare« m*nt to breed.
R Wilson. Owner. 67 N
17th, Rorllend, Ore.
Of thvjep line
For Dry Goods, Groceries, and
Foater Road and Main St.
I E. P. SMITH
J. R. KNARR
I'lan. and Katimntra Fnrniah«al for all
ClaMM of Building.
To any person sending
us three new subscrip
tions for one year
Herald, 6resham, Ore.
F. I. Witmer. Keeper. Grethem. Ore.
If you are looking for an industrial investment that will
pay you steady dividends for life; then buy a block of Govern
ment Standard Powders 7 per cent perferred stock now $1.00
You have all heard of it.
Let us tell you more about it
FRANK L. SCHOTT, Sales Agent
182 • 186 Morria»n St.
CHOPPING AND ROLLING
Qrist Taken at any Time—Quick Delivery.
WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF MILL FEED
Market Price Paid for Grain
SUN-DIAL FEED MILL
Local Agent of the OREGON IIRE RELIEF ASSOCIATION
The most popular Farmers’ Insurance in the State.
Get his rates.
Call up JOHN BROWN,
DECIDE, 55734. Ihorouqhbred Imported Percheron.
Gresham Percheron Horse Association
Rora McGregor 45374
Mill INO TAROS ÀT LESTS JUNCTION
\V.■ an1 agent, for the
.. . YOUR HOME BANK . ..
BANK OF TROUTDALE
To feed Hti.k an.I poultry food.
\re yon doing it"
Mrs. Berry will s|»rnd the summer
A part ot every dollar spent by a store !
with her daughter, Mrs. Conrad.
I tor advertising is spent to accommodate '
Mrs. Emery Baker ami Lucile have I and convince YOL',
Rov \ndersou of Portland was out gone to Canby to visit relatives.
Sunday to visit Ids parents. Mr. ami
Mrs. A M Amb*rs<>n
Why do we go to Mr. HvaaePs store
II C Meifinnis has moved bis family al Greshami? "’by, I m < aum- w hat w«*
Ha Never Said a Word About Taking a
from Mrs Hhaw'a cottage to the Hum* buy at his st«»r« is always gotel. He
Walk Down Fleet Stroat.
sells only reliable goods.
niell liuiiw al Troutdale.
The wit mid wisdom of that great ,
mnu Iir Johnson were of the sl.*dge- 1
Mr» Khaw ami .daughter expert to
The boys and girls dn»«*rve th«* Iw-st hummer onler and invariably pne-edi-d
move to Portland soon.
chance that «*an la* given them in the by "air." »• that it is comparatively
Th«’ necktie •«trial given by the Y. P.
public schoids; l»ut lew of tkvem have a easy far any one who lias a' qulred the '
S. ( E. Inst Friday evening was quit«*
ckiamw to g«-l more education than ia irl.k to Intent a retort or remark In I
stnvewaful in a financial wav ami afford
If you pay lave«» on the Johusoiilan style, one of the most |
ed much pleasur«’ lor tlios«* attending.
one thousand dollars, you will pav four efTwdlve of these pseudo sayings of
\ program wbirh was greatly <n joyed
the ihs'tor Is. "And now. sir." said
cents for training tearhrra to put into
l>r Johnson, "we will take a walk
waa prepared by the M ir « hh WllruX ami
Vole V«-s, f«>r Mon
down ¡‘¡.’’•t striMd." There can be but !
mouth J. B V. Butler, Sec. Coin. (14 little doubt that Dr. Johnson did make
this remark, for he waa always walk .
You can get The Herald for one year, Ing down Fleet atreet. but It Is not |
recorded that he did so. The saying is
lit honor of the memory of lion. (ieo. Farm Journal two years and Horse Ke- due to George Augustus Sala, who
You should take w hen the magazine Tempi« Bar was
II Williams. Portland’s most re»|»erted errts (or only ILAO.
citicen. whoae funeral occurred
on advantage of this combination
being started by Mr. Maxwell imag-
llitsl n ipiotatlou from Boswell as a
motto for the venture. The thing was
school cloard alter the morning session
Intended as a joke, but for a long
on that day to give teachers and pupils
while It was absolutely lielleved to be
an opportunity to attend the funeral.
Qu..« Cr.atur.a That Roam In Far- a quotation from Boawell, aud per
•ata Far From tha S.a.
Mrs Martin Olson lias returned from
haps ther<* are still some who would
One at the couiin<>ii.Mit and the lar- any unhesitatingly that Dr. Johnson
a sojourn at Shepherd Springs where
she went for the krenrtit of her health. geat of the «'brlatinaa tala nd land cralia did say the words, so seemingly au
thentic are they. However. Sala him-
atm is confined tuber la the well knowu robber erab, which
j self always acknon Itslged that be In-
home try scarlet (ever.
. vent«! the phrnse and added that to
of the Indian and I’acinc ocenna. It
Mrs. Sally J Caulkins died at her
the l**st of his knowledge and belief
B"in<.|lnira rwarbea a lengih of two feot
Dr. Johnson had never said a word
home on Pearl atreet on last Friday.
and may ineaaure «.-ven inches across about taking a walk down Fleet
She was one of Montavilla'« o Ideal citi*
Its color, are of a very street. There are other legem!« about
sen«, having crossed the plains in the
gaudy deiu'iiption, the ground color be i Johnson, however, w hicb it is not so
early days Sympathy is eilendrd to
ing n bright red, u | h > ii whli li there are easy to kill.—London. Globe.
the tM-teaved relatives.
strlp.M of yellow, but in some case, a
W. P. Ryan of Albina has been visit purplish blue Is the prevailing tint.
Notice for Publication
ing Ins daughter Mrs Fittgerald during
The «.yes are tlxod on stalks w-hlch Department of tlie Interior, U. 8. land
the past Week.
cau I«« moved ludi'l>endently of one an
office at Portland, Oregon, February
One hardly knows what to look for at other. nml there are two palm of feel-
the corner of E. HOth and Stark streets era. one long, the other abort The Int-
Notice ia hereby given that George
three days since iinpnivemriita there ter pulr are continually Jerked up mid Henry Went, whoee poatoflice addreM in i
are going on so rapidly. The latest ia
clawa, then aeveral wulklng legs
In 714 llHh ntreet, Greeley, Colorado, did !
the reiiKMieling of Marshall Brothers’
general appearance them* nnimnls are on the stki day of September, 1909, file
store in preparation for the summer
much more like rather stout lobsters in thin office nworn ntaternent and appli-1
trade in refreshments.
than crabs, and one's llrst encounter cation No. 02200, to purchase the nwl4
On Friday, April I’»th, the Montavilla with one of thes«. . rent urea In tlx* mid «retion 1, township 1, range 6 eant,
Home Training association will enter dlr of a forest fnr from the aen Is pro Willamette Meridian, and the timber
tain th«* officers and member! of the ductive of much astonishment on both thereon, under the proviniona of Hie act
Oregon State Congress of Mothers
of June 3, 1K78, and acts amendatory,
Another species of laud crab com
short program will l»e given, talk« by
known an the “Timber and Stone ¡.aw,” j
mon In Christmas Island Is a little
several of the guests, and light refresh bright red animal which In general at nuch value as might tie fixed by ap
ments will lie served.
shape Is much like tile common shore praisement, and that, pursuant to such
C. II. l.aFollettr has recently pur crab. This variety makes burrows In application, the land and timber there-
chased the quarter-block on the south the ground, and In some places the | on have been appraised, the timlter es-
east corner of E. M.M and Stark. This soli Is boneycomtied with hundreds of ' timat«-*! 1,190,000 b’-ar I tert at * 080 jht
holes. The ’Tabs s|>end most of their M, and the land, nothing; that said ap-
is a valuable property.
time collecting dead leave«, which they j plicant will offer final proof in support
A special meeting of the Montavilla carry In their clawa, bolding them up
of his application and nworn statement
Alumni association was belli in the over their heads und drag down Into
on the 2Hth day of May, 1910, before the
acbcMilhouae Wednesday night. Several their burrow’s. Into Which they scuttle
register and receiver of the United
matters of importance were considered. nt the least alarm. I'earnon a Maga
Staten land office at Portland, Oregon.
Report of the Montavilla reading-
Any person is at liberty to protest
room for March is as follows:
thin purchase before entry, or initiate a
tion — Fiction, 5M); non-fiction, 590;
content at anv time before patent issues,
l»y filing a corroborate»! affidavit in thin
children, I2M>; total, IMM.
office, alleging facts w hich would defeat
“Doctor order you to quit?"
CHAS. B MERRICK,
“No. that Isn't It."
First pub Mar. IS,
"»Vhat la the matter?"
"Wife buys tny cigars."
fir take Monnt Scott .arto lente.
Troutdale, April 6.—Gaorgs Coleman,
• Hear Thereon haa rented the Fred
a former resident ami minister, now of
Wood plat « near tha school and will
Tacoma, is spending a fortnight with
mova bis family there.
relatives and friends here.
Little Mildred Johnson waa pleasant-
A Helling has moved his family into
. ly surprised last Tuesday by a host of
her Iriends. Tb. occasion being her fttb
Mrs. Mattie Hyatt and two daughters birthday.
of Portland were Sunday guests ol Mr.
Chas. Anderson ia slowly recovering
and .Mrs. H. H Logan
from an attack of pneumonia.
J. K. Lynn leaves this w«w*k with his
The Mission church waa crowded last
family lor their old home in Kaunas
Monday night by an appreciative audi-
(*ity, where they eapecl to remain for
! mice that witnessed the musical pro
gram given by Bev. Freeman, the blind
Mrs Dunn I as joined kier sons and singer and musician, asaisted by his
takru up kier residence at Ht Johns.
daughter Esther and company from
Mr. nml Mrs Elmer Jenkins ami son
of Portland came out Humlay to visit
parents ami relatives.
Call B til II, ask for
The young ladies Doreas society will
, m«wt Saturday, April Wat Mr«. Emanuel
Ander.on at 2 p. m.
Ouned by the
Will -tan.I as follows: Pleasant Home. Mon.iaye. >an.ly, Tuesdays. Boring
Wednesdays (forenoon.I Damascus. Wetlnevdays (afternoon (nntil Thursdays
at noon.I Springdale. Friday. Gresham. Saturdays. Terms: To insure $2t>.
singl«* service 210.
DeWitt Ross, Manager
Theo. Brugger. Secretary
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