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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (April 29, 1910)
Rob Chapman is building a new house
on South Main street. Rob thinks it
would be more convenient to live near
M. L. Rodgers and some friends spent
Thursday ou the Sandy fishing. Caught
R. B. Lee is building a bungalow at
Woodlawn for his cousin.
Mr. Bowman, who last spring bought
property and moved to Beaverton, has
returned to Lents for the summer.
Grandma Reynolds, reported last
week as being ill. was buried on Sun
day. The funeral was conducted from
the Evangelical church. The inter
ment was at Lone Fir cemetery where
her busband was buried. She was 85,
and leaves seven sons and two daugh
ters. Her granddaughter, Lena, will
go to Oregon City to reside with a
Frank Cassidy has returned to Lents
to stay indefinitely. Frank has been
around over the country considerably
but seems to think this is about the
beet place to locate.
The Sons of Veterans have rented
the Grange hall for two Monday even
ings a month.
There will be a basket social at the
Grange hall Monday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Delaney of Yaquina
have been visiting her relatives, the
Prices, this week.
Ira Kilborn has sold his Evergreen
Park property to Mr. Wilson, formerly
of Third avenue. Ira is now located on
a farm at Scotts Mills.
S. V. Camp No. 40 meets at Lents on
2d and 4th Fridays, Hamilton’s ball,
Ninth ave. Initiation fee $1. W. M.
You can get The Herald for one year,
Farm Journal two years and Horse Se
crets for only $1.50. You should take
advantage of this combination.
20 or more
H o rses
Broken and Unbroken
Will be sold to the
highest bidder for
Cash or approved
AT MILWAUKIE. ORE.
‘ j NDAY, MAY I
1:30 P. M.
2 Blocks North of Car Barns.
W. W. Sampson
SEE CHAUNCEY "W
For Dry Goods, Groceries, and
Foster Road and Main St.
Fairview, April 27.—The Ladies socie
Troatdale. April 27.—A. J. Lenfortb
ty of Smith Memorial church entertain of Birmingham, England, is the guest of
ed a large company last Friday evening his brother, Walter Lenfortb, and ex
at the home of Mrs. H. M. Shaw. Pan pects to make bis future home here.
cakes and coffee, ice cream and cake
S. C. Hays of Riverton, Iowa, spent
were served. A musical program was
Sunday with his aunt, Mrs. L. Allard.
furnished by the young people.
He has lately come to Portland to make
Mies Edith McKilip entertained sev- his home.
teen of her young friends at her home
Mrs. Harvey Hornieh ie entertaining
last Saturday evening. Games of all her mother-in-law, Mrs. Mary Hornish,
kinds were played, after which refresh with her daughter, Mrs. Tilly Alexan
ments were served.
der, both of Woodston, Kan.
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Cook were vtry
Mrs. Cooley and daughter have gone
pleasantly surprised by eighteen of their to Cathleraet to make their future
friends on Wednesday evening.
Mieses Olive and Mabel Zimmerman
Joe Holt and wife of Portland have
have returned to their school duties at taken up their residence with Ed Holt
the State University.
abd wife here. The two brothers will
Misses Helen Muir and Myrtle Hol spend the summer fishing.
brook of Portland vere the guests of the
Mrs. Henry Vanderhoof and daughter
Misses Zimmerman the latter part of of Portland were visitors here on Mon
W ¡H. McMames, head foreman of
G. Cummings has sold hie farm of 15
the O. R. & N. construction company, acres here to a buyer from Minnesota
who are building the St. Johns exten for $4000.
sion, has moved bis family into Mrs.
Mrs. D. W. McKay visited her daugh
ter, Mrs. B. W. Grant, in Portland the
Willard Cook has moved his family first of the week.
into the Cree cottage in the east part of
Mrs. Aaron Fox, who went to Ger
many a few months ago for the benefit
¿The Vaughn family has moved back to of her health, is much improved and
their place on Cedar street after spend she and her daughter expect to return
ing several weeks an the Webb farm.
Richard Anderson, Sr., is able to be
Dr. Ingles and family have returned
at his duties again after several months from spending a few days at Eugene.
The family is visiting at the home of C.
E. D. Wetmore, L. H. Stone and W. H. Light, having lately come from
E. Stone were out from Portland over Iowa.
F. T. Rix is taking the census for
Mrs. M. C. Cornutt and daughter Ivy this district.
made a week-end visit with relatives at
P. M. Nash and wife spent Sunday
with relatives in Portland.
Rev. Mr. Marshall of Portland will
Mrs. Jennings and daughter visited
occupy the pulpit of the Presbyterian friends in Portland the first of the
church next Sunday morning and even week.
Get a Peacock awl. See ad.
Get a Peacock awl. See ad.
"Jones Is so thoughtful. He bought
his wife a smoking jacket for Christ
Being cheerful and sunny under all
"I didn’t know that she smoked.”
circumstances is pleasant to the family
and neighbors, but It la frightfully try
"Then she won't appreciate it”
"She ought to. She bought him a ing to the disposition.
pink wrapper and a pair of lady's kid
Every dog has his day, and some of
them in addition want to claim the
time of everybody within earshot
Smart Young Man.
"Young man. remember that the ear
It Is never too late to learn, but as to
ly bird catches the worm.”
“All right. Then I know what to putting your knowledge into practice
and getting any good from the things
you learn—why, that is a different
"I should think so.”
“Sure! Being but a worm myself. I matter.
can be late very nicely and so avoid
Laughing at trouble isn’t hard for
the early bird.”
some people to do, as long as the trou
ble belongs to the other fellow.
A woman’s Idea of heaven Is a place
where her crown will stay on straight
and her halo will be guaranteed to fit.
You can generally tell what sort of
an ax a man has to grind by finding
out what sort of reform be advocates.
The pickpocket who takes things the
most easily is apt to keep from being
taken by the police.
To feed stock and poultry food.
Are yon doing it?
We are agents for the
Come in ami get one of their stock
and Poultry boobs free.
Prices of the food, 30e, tt5c, $1 and
Our Methods. Our Stock of
Lumber and Millwork and Our
Prices. We are confident that it
will result in securing your buri-
ness when yon need anything from
a poet to a bill of lumber for a
< > house or barn.
The beet in quality for the mon-
ey, is the motto we try to live up
to. Come in and investigate
Sea E. W. MILLER, LENTS
MILL AND TAROS AT LENTS JUNCTION
BANK . ..
Will pay you 3 % on 6 months’ deposits, 4 % on 12.
Check Deposits Solicited.
Drafts and Letters of Credit Issued.
Tax’Statement on application.
Lookers and Buyers
IX>n’t buy a buggy or wagon of
inferior make and pay more than
you will have to pay for a
both are always welcome
to inspect our stock of
Sandy, April 27.—The Odd Fellows
have been v-ay active of late and have
initiated about twenty new members.
The lodge gave a reception to the new
members on Saturday evening after the
regular session. There was a large at
tendance and a good time was had.
The new members are planning to give
a supper in the near future. There is
talk of organizing a Rebekah lodge soon
and the ladies are waiting patiently for
Mr. Hart was a Portland visitor last
Emmet Donahue has brought his new
automobile out and makes almost daily
trips to Sandy with passengers.
Max Davis has resumed work on his
Irene Douglass was out from Portland
and spent a few days with her mother,
returning on Tuesday.
Dr. Whittey, and wife, from Portland,
have taken up their abode in Sandy.
The doctor has rented offices and living
rooms of Mrs. Douglass.
The German school was out last Fri
Mrs. Murray and children from Fir
wood visited her sister, Mrs. William
V. N. Lane took Ed Rich’s place on
the stage Tuesday morning on account
of Mrs. Rich’s sickness.
Orval Ulch was in Portland Saturday
Joe Donahue has moved to Scappouse.
Mr. Junker was a Portland visitor
tte first of the week.
YOU CAN BUY
To hitch your wagon to a star
You use a chain of lightning.
And then as your new motorcar
Is madly flashing out and far
Without a jolt or lurch or jar
You see your way is brightening.
BANK OF TROUTDALE
Get a Peacock awl. See ad.
"Is he single?”
The people who have a secret to keep FREE METHODIST CHURCH —
"Wonder why he doesn’t marry.”
Rev. S. G. R oper , pastor. Services,
are often not a bit averse to help, and
Sunday School, 10 a.m.; Preaching
“No woman ever invited him to ask some of them seem to regard It as ab
Sunday at 11 a. m. and 8 p. nr.
Prayer meeting, Thursday evening at
8 o’clock. All welcomed.
May Not Take.
This Paint Was Rubbed Off.
ZION’S EVANGELICAL CHURCH,
“Why is divorce like vaccination?”
The paint manufacturers of the state
Gresham—Rev. F. II. Freund, pastor.
of Ohio had the paint law requiring
S ervices (German) 11 a. in., every
the formula of Ingredients to appear
Sunday morning. Sunday school at
"I don’t know.”
10 a. in. Saturday school at 2 p. m.
upon the label of packages containing
“Because it is supposed to make a paint rubbed out during the closing LINNEMANN MEMORIAL M. E.
man immune, but isn't a sure shot.”
CHURCH, Gresham—P astor , Rev.
hours of the last legislature. The
M. B. Parounagian. S ervices , Sun
grange has a work to do to have It
And She Laughed.
day School, 10 a. in.; Preaching at
put back at the comiug session, says
"He is sad; bls heart is broken.”
11 a. m. and 8 p. m. every Sunday.
Prayer meeting, Thursday evenings
8 o’clock. Everybody invited.
by the Ohio state grange to take some SAINT MICHAEL’S CATHOLIC
"How did it happen?’
measures to protect the names
CHURCH, Sandy, Ore.—Rev. Berch-
“Oh, he slipped and fell on the ice.”
“grange” and “Patrons of Husbandry”
told Durrer. Services will be held on
the first Sunday of each month at
That's Why They Are.
10:30 a. m.
"Who cares for critics?”
“That’s what I said.”
B. F Hart made a trip up here in his
auto last Friday. His is the first ma
chine out this way for many months.
Mrs. 8. I. Ware and children were
pleasantly entertained last Thursday by
Mrs. W. O. Rugb.
Because of failure to have the neces
sary length of school in this district,
M innie Kuhn, our eighth grade pupil,
is compelled to go to school at Salmon
River where it is hoped she will suc
cessfully pass, under the supervision of
Miss Constance Ewing.
Geo. Odell, a popular young man of
thia vicinity, accompanied by relatives,
Fred and Raleigh Shangle, have recent
ly left for a trip to Alaska.
We are sorrv to learn that in a short
time we are to lose our highly esteemed
friends, Mr. and Mrs. 8. M. Eby. Dr.
Bodkin from Portland will then take up
the ranch. He expects to start some
new work in Cherryville.
We hope to have a more thickly set
tled community in a few years, if the
farmers continue improving their land
at tbe present rate. G. Couper is doing
much work on his land.
Mrs. J. T. Friel is much better and it
is hoped she will soon be able to be out
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Ranney of Three-
Six are camping up near Welches.
Jim Edgerton of Three-Six visited at
Ins homestead last Thursday.
RIGHT AT SANDY, ORE.
from 10 to 20 per cent, tower than
For the Month of May I offer you $* Watches for $6. $10 Watches for
$8, $14 Watches for $11.50, $2o Wat« 1res for $16. $25 Watches
for $20, and $2M.OO Watches for only $22.50.
No matter what happens to any 17-jewel Watch I sell you I will
guarantee to repair free oi charge any time within o«e year, provide«! it is
not beyond repair.
If you drop your watch I repair it free.
If the mainspring breaks 1 put in a new one free.
It is impossible for yon to get a poor watch under this guarantee.
A good watch will last a life time.
ALL REPAIR WORK GUARANTEED FOR ONE YEAR.
J. E. POMEROY
Watchmaker and Jeweler
Don’t let anyone tell you that
prices are high or low, but inves
tigate for yourself. You will be
Let us send you onr catalogue.
Some of the styles we have on our
floor we feel certain will please you,
but if you want anything we haven't
in stock we will get it for you in short
order. We aim to please ami satisfy
STUKBAKEB BROS. COMPANY
330 E. Morrison St.
Local Agent of the OREGON FIRE RELIEF ASSOCIATION
The most popular Farmers’ Insurance in the State.
Get his rates.
Call up JOHN BROWN,
DECIDE. 55734, Thoroughbred Imported Percheron.
Gresham Percheron Horse Association
Owned by the
Will stand as follows: Pleasant I onie, Mondays. Sandy, Tuesdays Boring
Wednesdays (forenoon.) Damascus, Wednesdays (afternixrn (until Thursdays
at noon.) Springdale, Friday. Gresham, Saturdays. Terms: To insure $20.
single service $10.
DeWitt Ross, Manager
Theo, Brugger, Secretary
Rora McGregor 45374
Son of Malcolm 5661, by Robert McGregor (sire o! Creaceun 2:02 1-4, by Major Edsall 211, by
Dam Sally Bird, by VlnmoRt 14017, 1:21 1-4 (»Ire of Portia Knight 2:16 11), by Altvmont 3600,
2 26 3 4, »Ire of 7 in 2:10. Hecond dam MlM Katy Lyaa«. by Fred Hambleton 6463, 2:21, by
Hambletonlan Mambrlno 524. Third dain Mlly Barr«11 (dam of Pandora 2:27), by Autocrat
12933. Fourth Dam Nelly Burrell.
RORA McGRBGOR 1» a handsome black stallion, 3 year» old, 16 hand» and weighs 1200 pounds
He is well proportioned and well developed, with plenty of action, style and quality. He
carles some of the blood of some of our most successful »peed producing families. He will
make the season of 191') at Wilson Star« Farm a«ar Greohnm. Orefon Terms: S25 the season
with usual return privilege Care taken to avoid accidents, but will be responsible for
none. Good pasture for mares sent to breed.
R. Wilun. Owner. 17 R. 17th. Portland. Ore.
F. I. Wismtr,
A neatly printed lot of stationery is a credit to the firm it is
turned out lor. The Hearld job department is complete and can
turn out just the kind of work the people wants. A trial order
will convince you that we can satisfy you in every respect.