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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (April 29, 1910)
LOCAL NEWS HEMS :
The ladies aid of the M. E. church
will hold a market in R. R. Carlson’s
room on E. Powell street, Saturday af
ternoon, April 30. In addition to the
home cooked iood, a good line of kitchen
aprons will be on sale.
A surprise birthday party was given
Wednesday night at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Geo. Lee, in honor of Mrs.
Lee’s birthday. Many neighbors and
friends attended. Mr. Lee lives on the
old John Hall place.
The Gresham I. O. O. F. lodge and
Gresham Rebekah lodge-will celebrate
the 91st anniversary of Odd Fellowship
on Tuesday evening, April 26. There
will be speaking and music, also a
lunch. Odd Fellows and Rebekahs and
their families are invited.
Roy Stafford will be proprietor and
business manager of the new butcher
shop that is to lie opened up on Main
street next week. He will have the ac
tive assistance and support of hie father
who is an experienced man in the meat
Game Warden A. F. Nooning and
Deputy E. B. Thompson took up three
men last Sunday for fishing without a
license and having in their possession
fish less than six inches long. They
were brought before Justice Rollins on
Monday, pleaded guilty and were given
the minimum fine of $25 each.
Wm. Ahl, cousin of Mrs. John Metz
ger, of Seattle, is spending a few days
in Gresham. It has been five years
since Mr. Ahl saw this part of the
country last, and be is greatly surprised
at the development so apparent on
every aide. He prophesies that Port
land will be The Pacific Coast city in
the near future.
At the Greater Store of Shattucks
Lee Merrill has been placed in charge
of the station at Estacada.
Fresh Cows wanted. T. R. Howitt.
Victor Halter made a short business
FOR SALE—A few tons ol clover bay
trip to Lents the first ot the week.
F. W Hocker, Troutdale, R 1
Mrs. Naugle, of University Park,
HOUSE for Rent on Main street,
spent Sunday at the Emery home.
apply to Chas. Cleveland, Gresham, (tf
Ben Langwortny from Minnesota is
FOR SALE—Extra large cedar posts.
vidting his aunt, Mrs. Chas. Olipeant.
H. E. Davis, Gresham; Phone 21.
M. D. Kern is painting his office
LUMBER—At our new mill 1*4 miles
building and also having some attrac-
For the week commencing April II we have two specials
southeast of Kelso. We deliver lumber.
tive signs put up.
yards of the seasons latest designs in embroidery, values up to 25c at 1 Oc yd
Dr. King, brother of Mrs. Short,
BARGAIN SALE—Second-hand two-
Second—6 qt lip preserving kettles at 29c each
spent Thursday evening in our town
horse gasoline engine. Herald office,
W. W. Cotton expects to move into
FOR SALE—Burbank seed potatoes,
MADE FOR US
Andrew Brugger, Melville Farm, Route
his new residence on the Mountain View
We are sole agents for the
Our new spring lines are
farm about May 15.
full of them, from the chaste
Mark Emery has been home during
WANTED—Stock hogs. T. R. How
plain design to the catchy fan
Warner’s Rust Proof Corsets, Peters
the week enjoying a short vacation from
cy patterns. There is a riot of
Shoes, Black Cat Hosiery, Ladies
styles to select from. When
his school duties at Eugene.
Home Journal Patterns, Lorain
FOR SALE — Hood River Clark’s
you are down town come in
Charter Oak and Superior Ranges,
Mrs. Herbert Schofield of New West
Seedling Strawberry plants. Address
and see the new things if only
White Mountain and Centurv Flour,
minister, B. C., is visiting her parents,
E. L. Klemer, R. D. 2, Hood River,
to poet yourself. The Peters
American Fence. And would be
Shoe Co. has outdone itself for
Mr. and Mrs. Will Congdon.
us this season for beauty of
Glad to Submit Fgures
Evangelist Miss Lizzie Walker will
FOR SALE—Pure bred White leg
patterns and superior work
for these goods on application at any
speak at the Free Methodist church
manship and these Diamond
time. Come in and see the stocks
Andrew Brugger, Melville Farm, Gresh
Brand Shoes do have a way of
next Sunday morning at it o'clock.
wearing that is bard to equal.
Our new line of Men’s, Women’s
Miss Ruby Emery, who is now on
and Children’s Straw Hats are here.
FOR SALE—Driving and work horse.
We also have the beBt line
day duty at the Good Samaritan hos
It may be a little early for these
See Chas. Cleveland, Gresham.
of Men’s Everyday and Work
pital, was home for two days this week.
goods but you will want them soon
ing Shoes to be found in the
and we want you to know where you
Mayor Shattuck and wife attended
city. We guarantee to stand
Manufacturers Check, payable to the
can see and get the best there is
back of ever ? shoe we sell.
the opening game of the ball season on
Graves Music Co., as first payment on a
Monday and participated in the |>arade.
lot or a horse, or will sell check at a
discount. Mrs. Douglass, Sandy, phone
The opening ball game of the season
will be played by the Gresham Giants
E are showing the finest line of men’s furnishings at prices that cannot be beaten
and a visiting team Sunday afternoon.
STRAYED—Iron-grey pony, 3 years,
and when in need of anything in this line you are sure to get full value for your
branded on left hip. Taken up April 19
Mr. Lagerquist and Miss Carlson of
money if you buy from us. You are at liberty at all times to inspect our goods, compare
by W. H. Coons, Troutdale, RD 1.
Brainard Minn., called on their old
our prices and satisfy yourself that what we say we do. We sell the best $1 dress shirt
neighbors, Mr. and Mrs. Ilessel recent
FOR SALE—40 acres 1% miles south
ever sold for the money. The best $1.50 hat and the best 25c tie. We have finer and
east of Wilson Station. 7 acres clear,
higher priced goods in these lines but these three items are our greatest bargains. Why
2000 cords of wood, some cedar, springs,
The Gresham drug store has recently
Gladye Gessell came out from Port- good toil. Address box 45, Lents. 7-tf
pay more money for these goods when your money will buy by them here at these prices.
been supplied with new showcases and land and spent Saturday and Sunday
other improvements which give it a visiting among her old schoolmates at old this spring, wt. 1450, broke single
or double. Clarence Cathey, Phone
We have just received a new lot BRIDGE,BEACH&COS
Evert Dodge has accepted a position
JUST RECEIVED A
of Ranges and among them are
C. F. Kesterson and family visited
the Best Makes on the Market.
in the Gresham Anchor store, Harry with John Richey’s folks at Fern Hill
FOR SALE—Young Jersey bulls. One
Read the names, you are familiar
Johnson having gone to Portland to last Sunday.
old enough for service.
B. C. Altman,
with every one of them and
seek a position.
Phone 358. Route 2. Gresham.
know for yourself that they are
H. O. Jelluni, recently from Kirk-
not only reliable but the best
B. F. Kern and wife, who are on their
hoven, Minn., lias located in the
that money can buy.
way from Wyoming to their home at
partly improved, small house, young
Let us figure with voti on your
family orchard, three - quarters mile
San Pedro, Cal., called on the former’s valley.
needs in this class of merchandise
Will Richey, wife and daughter south of Troutdale, on main countv
uncle, M. D. Kern.
road. E. G. Bowen, Troutdale, Ore. [17
as we can
Ralph Shepard, formerly in charge Alice, have been visiting with his
FOR SALE OR TRADE—One Heavy
of the O. W. P. station at this place, sister, Mrs. Henry Melby, at Sunny- 3-inch,
Save You Money
half-truck, wide tired Ebbert
has been returned after over a year’s side.
wagon, almost new, and one 3*4-inch
Quite a number of Pleasant Valley Studebaker wagon, narrow tire. Alfred
We also carry the best and the
Byze, 254 miles 8. E. of Troutdale.
largest line of
Have them all in two grades, 1st
Miss Lucy Hartman returned mis people attended the institute last week
and 2d so that the price will suit
sionary from Africa, will speak at the
They are sold on
at Gresham, Oregon, a car of horses for
Free Methodist church on Thursday
G. W. Kenney has a force of men and sale. Some drivers, all-purpose and
terms to suit you. Why go and
buy inferior goods when you can
night, April 28 at 8 o'clock.
In the city and the prices are all
teams at work on the rocky road. He draft horses. All well broke. 8. 8.
get the best at the same price
D. M. Roberts and John Conley have
and on the same terms?
erected a new office building on Main widen this portion of the road to a
WANTED—Good reliable girl to help
with housework and care of two child
street and will conduct their real estate minimum width of twenty-five feet.
ren. Good wages. Will be at the beach
business from that place in the future.
O. L. Agee has secured a position as two
We sell Columbia Phonographs both
and one-half months during the
disc and cylinder. Also disc and cylin
Fleming A Thompson have moved in head sawyer in a large sawmill at summer. Call mornings at Mrs. Klos-
der records and take orders for all re
terman, 1091 Thurman St., Willamette
to their new, big barn which is nearly Woodland, Wash.
cords not in stock. A good supply of
Jake Johnson and family are moving Heights, Portland, Oregon.
completed. This is a credible addition
needles and supplys constantly on hand
to the buildings and business of the to Chehalis, Wash.
Machines sold on easy terms.
FOS SALE OR TRADE—Will sell
Henry Troge, our Clackamas county for cash or take good milch cows in
trade, my flock of Shropshire Sheep con
Tl.e usual services will be held at the road supervisor, has completed a mile sisting of 48 head and 29 lambs. Ad
M. I’., church next Sunday in charge of
dress M. Lennarts, Boring, Ore. Phone
the >astor. In the evening the subject is source of much satisfaction to the 394.
Rockwood Grange Dance.
A store’s advertising is an unfailing
will be the prevention of tuberculosis people in the south end of the valley.
Another one of those popular dances
and some special speakers are ex-
binations been olfered as The Herald is does not more surely record degrees of at Rockwood Grange hall will be given
farmers get their crops in.
offering. How is this : The Herald for heat or cold than the store ad records Saturday evening, April 23. Popular
Mrs. Hoss, who was in the Good Sam
one year, Farm Journal five years and the degrees of enterprise and enthusiasm prices, Richards orchestra and the
aritan hospital for several weeks fol
Horse Secrets for $1.90.
in the store management.
usual Grange supper will attract the
lowing an operation, was brought home am Grange hall, Saturday night, April
customary big attendance. Everybody
yesterday in Mr. Pugh’s auto. She
8. V. Camp No. 40 meets at Lents on
stood the trip well and it is hoped will
fully recover her health.
If you want to buy stump powder Ninth ave. Initiation fee $1. W. M.
Shattuck sells lime and sulphur spray.
FREE METHODIST CHURCH—
A pleasant surprize party was given that will give you no danger handling, McDowell, Com.
Rev. 8. G. K opek , pastor. Services,
Sunday School, 10 a.m.; Preaching
on Mark Emery Wednesday night by a no headaches, no thawing, see T. R.
every Sunday at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.
company of about thirty-five young Howitt; be handles Trojan powder. (tf
You can get The Herald for one year.
Prayer meeting, Thursday evening at GRANGE DIRECTORY
people. Generous refreshments were
PLEA8ANT VALLEY GRANGE No. 848
Farm Journal two years and Horse Se 8 o’clock. All welcomed.
Meet« second Saturday at 7:30 p. m., and fourth
served, games were played and a good
Lots for sale in Cedarville, on easy crets for only $1.50. You should take ZION’S EVANGELICAL CHURCH, Saturday
at 10:30 a. m. every month.
time was had. Mark will return to terms. H. W. Snashall, Pleasant View advantage of this combination.
Gresham—Rev. F. H. Freund, pastor. ROCKWOOD GRANGE—Meets the first Wed
each month at 8 p. m. and third Sat
Eugene the first of next week.
Avenue; Gresham, Route 3.
Sunday morning. Sunday school at urday at lo a. m.
MULTNOMAH GRANGE, NO. 71.—Meets the
10 a. in. Saturday school at 2 p. m.
The man who can cheerfully forget LINNEMANN MEMORIAL M. E. fourth Saturday in every month at 10:30 a. m.,
in Grange hall, Orient.
his debts and blow what money he has
CHURCH, Gresham — P astor , Rev. FAIRVIEW GRANGE—Meets first Saturday
on a theater party has what may be
Si. B. Parounagian. S ervices , Sun and the third Friday of each month.
termed an optimistic spirit.
RUSSELLVILLE GRANGE. NO. 353—Meets in
day School, 10 a. m.; Preaching at Russellville
schoolhouse on the second Sat
This is NOT a time of high prices if
11 a. tn. and 8 p. m. every Sunday. urday in the evening
and fourth Saturday all you go to the right place.
Prayer meeting, Thursday evenings day.
The blessings of adversity are vaunt
at 8 o’clock. Everybody invited.
EVENING STAR GRANGE—Meets in their interested in saving? Here’s a money
ed only for the purpose of giving some
hall at South Mount Tabor on the first Satur
body an excuse for Inflicting them SAINT MICHAEL’S CATHOLIC day
of each month at 10 a. m. All visitors are you. In company with certain of Port
The swell line of ready-to-wear suits. All the new de
upon some one else.
land’s large dealers I buy my goods
told Durrer. Services will be held on GRESHAM GRANGE — Meets secon d Satur direct
from the manufacturers of the
signs and patterns, just what you want. You don’t have
the first Sunday of each month at day in each month at 10:30 a. in.
DAMASCUS GRANGE, NO. 260 - Meets first East, to be shipped out here in Straight
10:30 a. m.
to go to Portland any more to get your clothing, for we
carload lots at much reduced rates.
Sat unlay each month.
New line ot stationery just in
have it and plenty. Good selection.
Prices are less than
LENTS (’RANGE—Meets second Saturday of This enables me to give you the follow
each month at 10:30 a. in.
ing unusual bargains;
you will pay in the city.
CLACKAMAS GRANGE, NO. 298— Meets the
$3 iron beds for $2. $6.40 steel couch
first Saturday in the month at 10:30 a. m. and for $4.90.
Cold rolled steel, asbestos
the third Saturday at 7:30 p. m.
EXIRA IROUSt RS?— Yes Just received 10 doz. good variety
SANDY GRANGE, No. 392. Meets second lined ranges (like cut) with well braced
ovens, high closets and reservoirs: 14
Saturday of each month at 10 o’clock a. m.
of designs, match them to your coat.
COLUMBIA GRANGE NO. 267 —Meets in all inch ovens $24.25. 1?
16-inch ovens $26.25.
day session first Thursday in each month In 18-ineh ovens $28,25.
,—. These are regu-
grange hall near Corbett.
lar $35 to $40 ranges . Other goods are
” and investigate.
[Granges are requested to send to The Herald i in proportation. C
VfOUcan find the greatest assortment of season-
* able merchandise ever found in a country store
COME AND SEE
E. E. Marshall
When you go to buy shoes, don’t stop at “any old place,”
but come where you can get good shoes, shoes that fit, and
will wear, we have them.
Mitchell, Lewis & Staver
THE PEY HAT
don’t need much advertising, but if you get one that is not
perfectly satisfactory, you may have another for the asking.
This is sufficient for we know they are the best.
Remember summer is coinming and time to get your sum
mer underwear. THE POROSKNIT is the finest thing
you ever wore.
Headquarters for Finck’s Detroit Special overalls and
jumpers. “Wear like a pig’s nose.”
E. W. AYLSWORTH
tnfomation so that a brief card can be run I
free under this heading. Send place, day and
hour of meeting].
M AC HIN ER V
“The Sower Went Forth To Sow
PHONF 503, GRESHAM, OREGON
He bought his seeds of us because he found that he could get
them cheaply, and the quality is such that if they fall on good
ground some will yield 40, some 100 fold.
He is also buying his Hoes, Rakes, Poultry Netting,
Chick Food and in fact everything needed about the place of us
8. 8. Thompson
F. A. Fleming
R. R. Carlson,
Gresham Liverv and Transfer Co.
Follow His Example
Livery, Boarding and Sales Stables
T. R. Howitt
New Line of Rigs.
Your Patronage Solicited
Groceries. Crockery. Hardware, flour and Feed
Brick building next door to postoffice
Phone, Farmers 516