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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (May 27, 1910)
: • LOCAL NtWS ITEMS : •
The laditm of the Woman« Heli« i
Corp« visited the S dinner Corp« of Ea«t
Portland on Saturday night.
«pent * very pleapant evening.
Percy Haley. John Skarvk ami I arv
Jessen are the champion brick setters
in the state.
last Saturday at the
Columbia Brick Works they set 19,0» O
brick in five hours and five minutes,
and in M minutes they set 3.900.
Wiu. llockinaon ha« ad de* I new «how
caaee to hi« shop equipment which give«
it an inviting ap|M«arance.
\ ictor Nulley of llood River st mi nt a
•hurt lune here last Saturday calling on
V ictor in continuing Ida muni
cal «tu»Uea and gaming prominence in
PASTURE IL r««*« or Cow« pastured
for nummer Webb Farm, Plume IM (II
Mr». The«. Ginder ia recovering from
her recent severe «ickneaa.
\\ \NITI» Veal «nd Ilog« mid fat
Roy Stafford, on
Mrs. E. A Kelly and Miss Ruth ¡Cattle.
Nit»hu were guevta of Reaeie llowitt
on Thursday this week
ft room coltag«’, near
Mrs. C. B. Woodard of Portland, a Fair ground«, Greaham, Oregon. Mr».
former teacher here, visited in Gresham
veeterday and attended the graduating
I four-room honor, barn «ml chicken
< x *rcisee.
j h«nn*r. I Schwedler, Route 3, Greah
Hr. Short loet a valuable cow yester 1 am
day Aa it was coming from the ¡»a«-
lil \1 1 M Hi: K>R Ml I
lure it waa run over bv the ear.
I, ? and 3, blk I, Thoiiipaonn Addition
Maeve Lovelace and Mary Hansen to Grwdiam Tb«*ae lot« may l»e had for
I E 1'hompMoii, 321 Wo«
have boon elected to |u »ait ion« in the fini cash
coater Bldg , Portland, Ore
Mina Lovelace taught
last year near Salem. Both are Grrah-
Freah ('own wanted T R llowitt.
mu graduates and are promising young
LUMBER At our new mill l'4 mil«'«
•outLeant »‘f Kvlau. We deliver luiidwr
Kenneth Roberts came home on
Wednesday for a week’s visit. He is
FOR SALE Burbank need Potato«*»
r ght from the Heachutvs country, the ! Clarence Cathey, Grvnbam, Phone 97. tf
center of railroad activities, where be is
BARGAIN SAI I
Svcond hand two
working with a surveying party for tl < horn«' ganolinv engine. IIvtald oilier,
Mr Jackt*<m of Ihlworth Bros . Port
LOST — A4 year old inomte-colored
land is sjirndiug a few days with Edw , Jerwev cow
Er«—It. Cow I« dehorned,
\y Is worth.
l.oet alnuit May ’»th.
The Gresham Giant« walloped the
Portlan.I Blues on the home grounds
IAKI N UP I Park Brown Horev.
last Sunday shutting them out entirely Weight 11 H) or IBÜO Left bind t - t
white, »hoe on right front foot, Mar in
The committee is getting arrange forehead. IO or 12 year« old Taken up
ments well in hand fur a big Forth of bj CH, Marshal, l’routdali*. Max 1!.
1 at I p. in.
Mrs Sadie Burr and Mr J E ('raw
lord of Vopeka, Kan . were married here
They were intimate
inend« and lovers .M years ago
Memorial «ervices will be observed by
the citisens of Gresham. The G. A R
and W. R. C. are preparing an excellent
The children are exited
to bring (towers and march to the cem
etery ami decorate the graves of our
The services ar»' to I*
held in the Grange hall at IJ a. m. All
are cordially invited to attend.
Next Sunday will t»e Memorial Sundav
and services will l»e held at Ila. m. in
the Linnemann Memorial M. F church
attended by mem tiers of the M. A. Ro*«
Post and Womans Relief Corps. Rev
M. B. Parounagian will preach the ser
mon bv request of the Post and there
will be special music. All veterans at »1
members ot their families are s|'ecial)y
Mrs. John Barnes and Mrs. Ed Mc
Kee. of Indianola. Iowa, have been
visiting their old friends, Mr. and Mrs
Thoa. Ginder and family.
Miss Stella Alexander from Milton
\\ \ \ 11 I • Stock bog«
1 K 11 «
where she has taken up church work
There was a time when the honest , itt, Greaham.
is visiting her sister. Mrs Carrie Han
farmer was looked upon with scorn
son. She has recently returned from a and contempt by the residents of the
eant of Grrahain. 7 roomed hotiae,
few months’ visit in Illinois.
city But n ov the farmer has a bank barn and |M>ultrv Imure«
T H. McGreer is hers with a large account and pays his lulls by check chard ami «mall fruit. Fine noil |urod»
band of horses from eastern Oregon. He calls up his customers over the north of Hogan «tation On R I- l>
He has a large ranch m ar Antelope, telephone, sells his produce to them Personal property. Prier right, teriiin
\ II Gould >»wner) Box IJ3, Greaham,
which he has rented to his son and ex ami delivers it in his own auto I Oregon.
pects to move to this locality.
In the winter time, he take*
FOR >\LI‘ I Carload Hot«» », brok
Mrs. Catherine Nagle, of University his wife ami goes to California, or to en and utibmkrn. Parti«*« di-Mring to
han«* can »«•<• Lor»i « at krla*
Park, was brought to Gresham about a
In fact, Malone A Rich.
week ago ami is at the home of Or. the chores and keep house
Short receiving medical treatment. She these «lays, the farmer is all ami
FoR sa I I — EwoCow«, In.th giving
is suffering from intlamatory rheuma somewhat, and the resident of the milk. < all on I L. Grubb, at Hoover «
city, envious of such prosperity, is brickyard.
¡»titling his savings into desert lands
M N. Hamilton, of the First Nation»
and reading up on the enormous drmn. I> B i.rav, Mt Scott place, on
Bank, Portland, was here early thia I
sums to be made from apple or Mt Scott, Lrn«»»
week preparing for a tbree-montha* trip
chards, peach orchards, mushroom
over the mountain trail from Mt. Hood
caves, asparagus beds, onion p itches I Alpha N»». 2 Ikdavrtl cri-nm ««’paraUir
to Crater Ijike. He has two burros,
and radish outputs, fondly thinking Al«» Silo, iwnrlv m-w J. \ and« r<H hu«-r,
brought from southern Oregon specially
Linnemann Farm, Gr«*«ham
that he can do the same thing Thus,
for this trip, and a tine camping outfit.
the adage, "Back to the farm,” is
He expect« to walk the entire distance
receiving new illustrations day by s venr« old.
and is out for a big holiday.
TO EXCHANGE Will exchange my
«•ven • riMim |i«Mj«a in Portland, well
for improved or
ummproved land in San*ly River di«
trict. Langguih, tkib MeKav Bldg. (22
FOR SA LI
<i<ior5>Ni 21 inch erdsr
fence poata at n'h<M>lh«mae l>i«l No 49
ltH|iiirc of II W Coolev, Rmite I,
I'routdalr, I H mile rant <d ncliool-
FOR SALE 5 year »»Id Immr, cheap.
G«M»d farm liorae B
P. A o Cultivator«, onr and two-
lmr«e, of all kind« Al«o Oliver pivot
tongue Cultivator« ami on.»- ami two
bor«r guaranteed Wagon« Al lleaavl*«,
Produce. Veal, Pork, Chickens,
and Eggs taken at
A New Broom Sweeps Clean
Try Chnlker .S Woatell Successors to
T. R llowitt
\V/1’- ARE NEW, therefore very liable to swci-p
’ clean. We carry a full line of Feed, Flour,
Groceries, Nails, Bolts, Hoes, Rope, Rakes, Kitch
Morning or Evening
Do not read this advertisement and forget it, but
go to the phone and call up 4 x and
tell us your wants
Main St., (¡reshant
CIIALKER <& WOSTELL
50 lleati of Youncj Horses
('onsistintr »f Drivers, Saddlers,
Draft Horses, Mares and Colts
E. E. Marshall
Mitchell, Lewis & Staver
MAC I H.XIJKY___
THOSE .r»03, GRESHAM, OREGON
1 o’clock |>. in.
T. It. Mclireer, Owner
W. Hughes, Auctioneer
Don't Look for the Comet
(iresham Meat Company
Attracts m<>r<- attention
Hankable note or 2 per
cent off for cash
Sl I I II
IHHIMIV. ure not found eH. where.
Sugar cured ham l»k- to 22c per pound.
W M. IIOCKISSON, PROP
Buy Your Suit This Week of
My complete stock of SUMMER SUITS for Men
and Young Men is now in
The late arrival of these goods forces me to mark
them much lower than my regular prices
So low in fact that you can save $5
and a trip to Portland by
Seeing me Now
SUITS FROM $12.50 TO $25