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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (July 29, 1910)
l^nla wins froai Arista by a Nora of
1* to 4 In a gixsl game played at L tils
Grounds Sunday. Crump and Gulliford
did the alley work for the I a-tils team.
The first (our innings allowing two hits
ami three runs this Ixuiig g-xxl work
Milts lias played and woo from Pleasant
Hume, Troutdale, O. K. tram. Columbia
Hardware Co., Linnton, Russellville,
Troaniont. Oak Grove, G. It. A N.
Locale, Portland Gun Club Arleta, and
Vermin The only game that Lents
lost was the first one wllh the O. It. A
N. Locals. There will bo u good game
next Sunday, I.onia v Ariola Cubs.
Mr. Fairbanks was given a surprise
party Wednesday evening in honor of
hlsfiZd birthday. Illa nearest neighbors I
came in ami besides giving him a jolly .
lime, presented him with a lino sofa
Mrs. Wing-Rose-Kemp, who lias been
visiting in Lents several weeks, went
this work to Mr. Kemp, who Is located
in Calgary, Canada.
Troutdale, July ’27th. — Th« Trout-
dale Culw played the Piedmont Stars
on the home grounds Hunday. Tiie
score was eleven to one in favor of the
Mrs. E. Holt was agueatof Mrs. Kum
mer of Eairview during the wm-k.
1. N. Huston, Bert Heston, Bliley
IfeM, and Fred Mayo are enjoying an
outing in the mountains near Clear.
Miss Nellie Anderson ex|x-cta to go
to Alierdceii, Wash, »«m,
Miss Zimmerman is spending her VB-
cation in San Francisco.
Clifford Wolfe will be confined to I
liosp tai in Portland lor some time,
lias a very serious case of |>eritonltia.
Mr. Arthur Geisler has gone lore
summer e outing at New|x>rt, U> be
joined later by her liual>«lid.
Miss Edith T-xin is visiting friends at
Fred Geisler lias |U»t returned from a
trip to tin- mountains east of Albany.
He re|H>rta a line time, lota of fishing
MU'I a few aches from hard |ierkliig.
TO THI; TOWN OF ORI SHAM
Buy a Homi in this Beautiful Addition
Izita high, dry aud sightly. Good
water. Terms to suit.
Prices »SO.00 and up.
J. W. LAWKLNCL,
HARLOW, BLASER & HARLOW
Fairview, July 27.—A large crew of
bandy, July 28.—Rev John Lyons,
men are at work here laying the new pastor of the Presbyterian church; Rev.
110-pound steel rails for the O. R A N. A. J. Weaver, pastor of the Friends
The work is completed lietween Port church; J. C. Hodson ami Ava btarbro,
land and this place.
all of Newburg, spent two days in bandy
J. W. Turner has sold his place here while on their way to Mt. H<xxL
congisting of five acres far ».VrOO. Mr.
Dr. McElroy of Portland, who has
and Mrs. Turner are now moving to been visiting friends here, has returned
Salem where they will make their home.
Everything trom Seed les to Threshing Machines.
Mr. and Mrs. P. bhelly have gone to e
R. 8. laxllow had returned from a Portland where they will spend a few
business trip to Vancouver, B. C.
W. Ellison entertained his brother
Inspect our Stock of
The fire on lots near town caused con
Jas. Ellison of Spokane the last of the siderable commotion Haturday evening, i
CARE OF THE JEWEL CASE. week. Mr. Ellison is on his way home For a while the town was endangered i
after a two weeks vacation in Cal.
i but after considerable effort on the part 1
How to Clean and Brighton Real and
Mrs It. W. Wilcox has purchased ! of citizens the fiatm-s were checked.
C. E. Cree's house. Mr. Cree ia to ¡Grandpa I’heljiw was overcome by the
Prepared chalk la the best all round move the house onto Mrs. Wilcox's lot intense heat but soon recovered. A-
cleanser for jewelry of nil descriptions.
| on Cedar Street Mr Cree will replace Sandy baa no fire protection and sev- |
A small box of the chalk la. aa a mat
ter of fact, as Important in the dress the old house by a new modern eight- oral wells are dry the property owners
are somewhat alarmed.
ing case aa a clean chamois leather, rooiu bouse.
Sand, Clay, Cement, Lime—Best Bargains in the County
wllh which sliver buttons and bucklee
Mrs. E. M. Dougin a was in Portland
Mr. A T. Axtell is having his out
can lie brightened An excellent meth buildings improved by a new coat of on business the la-t of the week. Her ,
<s| of combining the two la that of In paint.
sister, Mrs. Thomas Meserve, returned i
closing the block of chalk In a leal tier
with her and spent a tew days.
bag drawn around the uwk with a
James De Shaz«r purchased a piano
tape, which can be used both to keep
| daughters Maud, May and Harriett, this week.
It Intact and Io act aa n ¡xillshcr
For gold chains there Is nothing to Harry Donley Jr. Wiliford Newman
Rev. G. W. Ellis ajient all last week
equal a paste made of chalk and methy ami Harry Fredrick have returned in Portland ami at the Chautauqua.
Inted spirit, wiille a floe brush must from atwo weeks outing near Damas
both are always welcome
Harry Garrett baa purchased a lot in
be used after the paste has dried on cue.
the Sandy Land company a addition and
so ns to clear It of powder and give a
to inspect our stock of
Mrs R. E Howard of Vancouver, will erect a house soon.
brilliant polish. Benzine Is sometimes
employed by Jewelers lit cleaning pre
Morris Wheeler of Orient was a Sandy
cious atones. It should not. of cuurw. I week on account of the illness of lier caller this week.
of inferior make and pay more
be allowed to touch |x-nrla or even tur 1 mother, Mrs. Julia E Jones.
Mrs. A. E. Lupton visited in Portland
than you will pay for a
quoises, moonstones or opals, nil of
Mrs. W. M. Smith entertained her this week.
which require the greatest care In tlo-lr son, L. <). Smith, of Portland Monday.
Chester Ingram, mn of L. N. Ingram,
1 rent men t and are the first to show
Mrs. Ed Smith and granddaughters was buried at Estacada last week. He
signs of neglect.
In the case of diamonds, sapphires, Misi-es Detnmock are spending the was well known here
rubles nnd emeralds the benzine ireat- week with relatives in Newberg. Ore,
Ernest Ruegg and family were iu
nient may be tried, however, provided
Miss Daisy Btillion of Portland is Sandy one day this week.
great care la observed, as benzine s)x-ndiiig some time at the home of J.
James Potter, principal of the Smith-
Don't let anyone tell you that
fumes are very Inflammable.
prices are high or low
land high school, Iowa, is vis ting bis
The rings. If let Into claw settings
Mrs. Ward Evans and children of mother, Mrs. Annie Tbilcke for a few
and other ■ mall Items, should t* coi
lected and ls kl to soak in a little ben- Cortiett spent the week end with M rt. -lays.
tine, after whir h the jew ria should tw O. A. Jackson.
Mrs. C ark lias returned from Port-
washed In ordinary soap and waler,
M rs. Gamble ot Alierdene, Wash., ia ! land where she visited her daughters.
rlused lu cold waler aud finally placed a guest of Mrs. McMaine.
Mr. and Mrs. B. Heighton are back
on a cloth to drain. Experts further
W iu . Butler has returned after i from the mountains where they spent
dip the Jewels In alcohol, no ns to evap
orate the remaining water, damp of several days visit with friends at Cor I a few days
You will be surprised
Some of the styles we have on our
any description being certain to dull bett.
send you our catalogue
Ed Burus has returned from a three
floor we feel certain will please you,
the surface of the newly cleaned atone.
Mies Coleman has returned to Goble
To keep jewelry tn sawdust la tbs after spending several days with her ' days' fishing trip on the Zigzag.
but if you want anything we haven't
Irene Douglass spent a week at Trout- |
very i>est method of obviating the con father, Rev Coleman, here.
dale with her brother Harlow, who is | in stock we will get it for you in short
slant cleaning which would otherwise
Mr. and Mrs. J Renkin and sons on the farm.
order. • We aim to please and satisfy
tie necessary, and It la an excellent
:J30 E. Morrison St.
plan to keep a small bag made of Rinehardt and Johnie and Adelia Dagit Mr. Kabres and family have returne-l
chamois leather In the dressing ease, visited at the home of J. W. Benicke on from the Meserve Warm Spring at Rowe
filling this with sawdust and using It Sunday.
where they have been spending the sum
to hold all brooches, earrings and rings
Jerome Donley of Damaacus was a mer.
which are not actually in daily use
guest at the home of Mrs. H. M. Khaw
It la not. however, only real jewels
Lyman Davies has the framework of
which put a tax on time and patience Sunday.
bis bouse up.
Harry Fredrick of Spokane has been J
when away from bonis. The many sec
Ed Shriver lias lumber hauled and j
ondary gems which are used for hue- spending some time with Geo. Shaw. I
soon begin work on bis new bouse.
Yoi An Invited To Get Voir Muis At th
klea. earrings and cbalna, aa well as
Mrs. J. O. Davis has gone to .Seaside
Not enough members were present
the hatpins, which seem to get more
for a months outing.
and more ornate every day, require
Thursday evening to bold Rebekah lodge
even greater attention. Gid paste Is Ethel and Nellie Hogue of Greenwood, but another date was set for Aug. 4 and |
beat cleaned with dry prepared cbalk 1 Wis. are guests at the home of H. it is hoped that enough members will
The same treatment agrees also with Hol tie.
You Will Be Satisfied With Our Bill of Fare and
attend to bold the first meeting.
such atones aa i>erldots or inarqulsate.
Mr. A. Rader and daughter Hattie
Treatment — Prices reasonable
It is never advisable to allow Imitation visited J. W. Beuecke and family this
atouee to become wet. while a damp week.
Povtll St., fireshaa
paste, moreover. which In tome cases
Portland was out this
would do no harm to the gem itself.
land have been s|iending several days I week attending to bis hay crop.
might loosen the aettlng.
at the home of Mrs. Wilkins ¡>arents
Mr. and Mrs. A. Miller and Miss Ela-
Mr. ami Mrs. R. W. Wilcox. Mr. and nor Bews were quite badly shaken up in
CLEANING OF FURS.
Mrs. Wilkins will move to Woodburn the O. W. P. accident last Saturday.
Hew It Can Be Done by the Use of the last of the week where Mr. Wilkins
Jos De Shaxer and family were visit
will tie employed as agent for the Ore. ing at J. G. De Shaxer s Sunday.
Ermine and miniver are lieet clean Eteotrifl R. R-
P. Magnolia was a Portland visitor
ed with soft flannel, llub the fur well
Mrs. O. A. Jackson ami daughter last week.
against the grain, then dip ttie flannel
Local Agent for
and “Teddie,” are visiting Mrs.
Into common flour aud rub the fur un
W. P. Roberta is improving very
til clean; shake the fur and again rub
THE OREGON FIRE RELIEF ASSOCIATION
It with a fresh piece of soft, clean, new at Corbett.
Jo n snd Lula Roberts spent a few
flannel till the flour la out. By thia
The most popular tarmerà’ insurance
days in Oregon City the past week.
process the color of the eruilue la pre-
in the state. Get his rates
A. J. Kitzmiller had the misfortune
served, and the lining need not l>e re
Mr. and Mrs. William Webb from to lose a fine colt Friday.
moved gable. chinchilla, squirrel, etc.,
Call ud John Brown
are cleaned wllh new brau. which Sapulpa, Okla , are visiting their aunt
must tie warmed very carefully In a and cousin Mrs. C. E. Smith and Ethel
pan. but not burnt; therefore while ami other relatives in this vicinity.
FREE METHODIST CHURCH —
waiting stir It frequently. Hub the
F. E. Ree I and wife visited her
Rev. J. M. H oi - pkr , pastor. Services,
warm bran Into the fur for some time,
Sunday Sehixil, 10a nr; Preaching
aluike It nnd brush until free from
every Sunday at 11 a ni.and 8 p. ni.
Mr. Kei pie was here Sunday to • ee
brim. The fur will clean belter If the
Prayer meeting, Thursday evening at
8 o'clock. All welcomed.
slutting nml lining nre removed nnd bis b bv that ia being cared (or in the
the article Inid as straight and tint ns F. E. Reed home.
ZION'S EVANGELICAL CHURCH,
Gresham—Rev. F. II Freund, pastor.
possible oil n tnble or board.
Bernice Roe ot Bridal Veil visited t be
H krvh xs (German) 11 a. m.. every
The fine Belgians formerly owned by H. C. Campbell an- now owned by the
Well brush the fur before It Is clean- Mi sea Iva and Ijuira Reed Sunday.
Sunday morning. Sunday school at
ed, anil If there are any moth eaten
10 a. m. Satmday school at
Sun-Dial Ranch. Near Cleone
Miss Margret Fade returned to Port
purls they must be removed nnd re-
placed with new pieces. The follow- land Monday, after a three weeks visit 1 .INNEMANN MEMORIAL M. E.
CHURCH. Gresham—P astor , Rev.
Ing method Is said to be adopted In with friends here.
M. B. Parounagian. S krvicks , Sun
Russia: Some rye flour Is put luto 11
day School, 10 a. tn.; Preaching at
Mrs. L. Oatrand visit d her son Will
pan upon the stove mid heated, being at Scappoose the later part of the week.
11 a. m. and 8 p. m. every Sunday. will lie fount! for the balance of the Brazil at H. C. Campbell's stables on the
stirred constantly with the timid n*
Prayer meeting, Thursday evenings
Sandy Road, Inetween Troutdale and Fairview,
Mr. Fleury of Portland spent Sunday
at 8' o’clock. Everybody invited.
long ns the bent can be borne Then
the flour ia spread all over the fur mid
SAINT MICHAEL’S CATHOLIC
TERMS, $20 TO INSURE.
CHURCH, Sandy, Ore —Rev. Berch-
rubbed in well. It la then brushed
Miss Jessie Calvin was the guest of
told Durrer. Services will be held on
gently with a very clean brush or beat Miss Ethel Smith Thursday.
the first Sunday of each month at
en softly till sll the flour Is removed.
10:30 a. m.
Mias Ethel Rogers has been on the
It la claimed thut this method will
sick list for a few days.
make the fur appear almost new
Mr. anil Mrs. N. P. Gleason went to
Through a Big Telescope.
The first look through a great tele De Moss Springs Friday.
scope Is dlsniqsilntliig, but the novice
Mr. Stephenson and ladies of Port-
noons sees that the Halt appearance
land called on friends at Ferndale
which the heavens present to the
Metb-xla. Our Stock of
naked eye la replaced by n curious con Place Sunday.
I.unil>er and Millwork and
cavity; the tnisui and atars seem to la-
confi.lent that it
Prices. We an- confident
hung in space rather than spread out
J. W. Brock Post 8. V., meets at
n-sult in securing your busi-
on a fiat surface. For a moment one Lents on the Second ami Fourth Mon
nexx when yon m-ed anything from
feels nt the telescope like a < hlld
|Mwt to a bill of lumber
lumlier for a < < i i
watching the mvlft moving balls kept day evenings in the Grange hall. Vis
In the air by it juggler nnd expecting
to sec one of flios»- great, bright bodies let ,11; later, $3.
Is-st in c quality
mon < >
piality for the nton-
fall. Then conies the thought. What
ey, is the motto we try to live up
keeps them there, apparently suspend
Ionie in and investigate
NOTICE—Property owners are noli
ed In space with absolutely nothing to
hold them firin'? The explanation of
S kk E. W. MILLER, LENTS
the learned astronomer causes the that all weeds fronting property shall
brain of the layman to whirl, nnd he lie cot to the curb line:
MILL ANO YARDS
TAROS AT LENTS JUNCTION - ■
sees himself, perhaps for the first,
time, aa a child gathering pebbles on
Troutdale, t iregon.
the great shores of the sea of knowl
edge or ns "an Infant In the night, an
The Gresham Meat company will take
infant crying for the light, and with no your
farm produce at latest market
The Herald is well represented in every community in this part
language but a cry.”—National Maga prices.
Up-to-date General Merchandise
Groceries, Canned Goods
Footwear and Build
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We an- agents for the
Come in an.I get one of their stock
NEW GRESHAM RESTAURANT
J. M. DONAHUE, Proprietor
J. M. SHORT, M D.
S. P. BITTNER, M. D.
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Classes of Buildings
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Real Estate, Prohate and Corporaton
Prompt Attention to Ail Business
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Phone, Main 1010
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For Dry Goods, Groceries, and
Foster Road and Main St.
GRESHAM WOOD SAW
Rates fiOc to 11 per cord »2 |wr hour
We solicit your trade. Will saw in
Gresham Fridays and Saturdays.
K. P. SMITH,
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