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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 19, 1910)
HARLOW, BLASER & HARLOW
Fairview, Aug. IS.—The O. R. A N.
Bandy, Aug. 17.—William Pitman, a
Mr*. W. E. Hickman is «pending the
Troutdale, Aug. IM.— Mr. and Mrs.
sumiller with relatives and friends In Ixiwi* and clilldien have gone to Ohio depot wa* broken into Monday night tinilierman from here wax »erionsly hurt
to «pend a couple ol mouths. Mr. The cash diawer was broken into but at Estacada in tiie Palmer tn II Monday
Mrs. Robert Allen and her sinter, Whilcoin« will lake Mr. lewis’ place was found to l>e empty. Three ex pre-s afternoon. The choker hook slipped
opal Hand, me at Columbia Beach for as motorinan on I lie <». W. P. during packages were taken but nothing else an’l struck him on the forehead, render
was disturbed. Marsi al Hunter was ing trim unconscious for several hours.
Mrs. Morris has returned from The notified of the robliery ns soon as it wu He *»« taken to the I capital ami it is
Mrs. A. F. Ilershner »■ d daughter»
discovered in the morning, but the rob not known how badly be is hurt.
are enjoying a abort vacation at Ocean Dalles, where she attended the funeral
ber has not been apprehended. The
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Hamilton railed on
Everything from \eedies to Threshing Machines.
express packages were found some dis Irieti » in Handy the first of the week.
Mrs. E P Smith is recovering from a
tance below the depot where they had
Harlow Douglass spent several days
J visiting friends here for a few days.
aliort but severe illnean.
been broken open ami examined. They
Mrs. P. M. Nash and soli O car have were uninjured and returned to the here while on hie way to Mt. Hixsl
Hmith A Knarr are making Improve
Inspect our Stock of
returned after apeuding a few days at company. Vbe burglars are sup|>osed Mineral springe near Yonkers.
ment« for Mr. Semoni at Troutdale.
Born to .Mr. and Mre. Jas IteHhazer, (
to have entered a window.
L. H. Johnson has moved his family
a ten-pound girl.
Dan Richardson has sold bis Interest
to Hood River where he is engaged in
Boon after the agent, W. Ellison, re
Mr and Mre. C. W. Roberta of Port
tiie fruit bussnacs. His boose Imre lias
sumed duties at the O. R. A N. office
- May has employ«! .Mr. Roy Surber to Wednesday morning he (Recovered a land and Mrs. Ali e Cannon of Pleasant
been rented to Mr. Weaver.
Home were eight seeing here this week. I
party of hoboee preparing to dine on
Ona of the things worth noting in aaaiat him in iris work
Harry Kahres has gone to Mt. Hood
spring chicken a short distance down
county Improvements In these parte Is
the track from the depot. He not only to s|>end a few days.
tiie condition of the Mam street road i eii Foa'a store.
Mre. E. M. Douglass was at Kelso
leading north from ¡.anta. Although
The pick-up team of Troutdale lieat took it upo.i himself to join the party
this road lies been built only a year, it the <'ube on the diamond here Sunday, but invited Marshal Hunter, who ap this week tiie guest of Mrs. Anns Thiel-
Sand, Clay, Cement, Lime—Best Bargains in the County
peared on the scene and tiie hoboes ike.
already shows remarkable eigne of de the score b.-itig 6 to 1.
terioration. Either the standard of
Max Haves lias complete-1 hie new
Mrs. Stevens and family have moved were arrested and turned over to the
workmanship was not exercised here or to Kenton where her son Chester is em- j sheriff.
residence and is now occupying it. He
alee the throry of road construction in ployed by Swift A Co.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Heslin, accom- can boast of one of the finest hornet in
this county is at fault. We are inclined
IL Prink has returned from Oswego. parried by their daugh'er Mrs. Anna this vicinity. Tiie inside casings are all
to think t e latter is true. Hitch roads
limey and children of Portland are finished in Hpanish mahogany.
Mre. Harding had quite a fright Sat
are theoretically supposed to last a dec
J. H. HOSS
camping at Welches
Max Davies wa- in Portland Monday
ade or two. Yet it has lieen leas than
liecauie frightened at a bicycle and up
three years since the cross road from
set the buggy but she was fortunately has been a guest at the home of Mrs. a son.
the Kelly farm to the Base Line road
J. N. Faris.
Irene Douglass has returned from
was limit and it has lieen necessary to unhurt.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Coons and W. I Mr. and Mrs. Wrn. Townsend have Estacada, where she has been in the
rebuild it this summer Of course, we
pure based a home in Portia'd and will interest of the Oreg n City Enterprise.
must allow for the tremendous wear Coons have returned fiom Washington '
lake up their r< eideuce there in tiie near
To feed stock and poultry food.
that a road so near the city must l>ear, where they went to pay the last, tribute
future. Their grandchildr n Earl and
Are you doing it?
but for all that it is evident Hint some- of respect to Bird Hammond, a half
Eva will spend the winter with them
additii nal must be done. The tendency
Poster Road and Main St.
and attend school in Portland.
cinity aie getting their mail boxes and
We are agents for the
is for the duet to l>e carried away by the dentally killed in a mill where he had
Mrs J. W. Townsend was called to house num tiers up and the qity of Port
wind or motor cars, leaving the stone
DR. HESS LINE
ex|»>aed and they lieconie loosened and i in the grove your laxly rests, May your Gresham thia week on account of the land is putting up the street signs to lie
illness of her mot’ er, Mre. Bleret.
ready for the city mail delivery.
we soon have a badly torn up road. It soul live in heaven among the bleat.”
Come in and get one of their stock
Mr. and Mre. W. Kingsley of Texas
and Poultry Ixxibe free.
is observed that the portions of the
Mr. Cbam' lees is having a new brick
h ave been visiting at tiie homes of their
Base Line road that have been heavily
Our Methods. Our Stock of ’
Maxwell Schneider is prRparad to do cousins, Mes-rs. H. 8. and A. I.. Stone building eree'ed where the Arlet» post-
oiled do not r offer In tills way The oil liner work than at any previous time,
office formerly stood. When completed
Lumls-r and Millwork and Our <
Prices of the food, :50c, 66c, fl and
Mrs. George Rogers and daughter it will be used as a sub-station of the
binds the dual and protects the rocks.
Prices We are confident that it !
"all at his new studio on Powell street.
< iladye of Hcio, Oregon, have been visit Portland poetoffice.
will result in securing your bum- ;
ing Mrs. Rogers’ sister, Mre C. E.Cree.
Joe White's woodshed burned down i I rune when you need anything from <
Gresham Shoe Shop
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bent and fam recently but the timely assistance of i > a post to a bill of lumber for a I
is the place to get your shoes repaired.
i > house or barn.
Now is tiie time. First-class material
Philip Nixon and Walter Rhodes, ily of Chicago and A. L. Stone of Port neighbors prevented the tire from spread
ing to adjoining buildings.
The liest in quality for the mon- ’
used. Shop on Powell Hl. Fred Shoe- recently from Ohio spent Sunday with
H. H. Btone. Mrs. Bent is a sister of
Frank Chamberlain has started to ’
ey, is the motto we try to live up (
W. U. Moore and family.
the Btone Bros.
to. Come in and investigate
Gus’ Richey spent a few days in
Mre. W. M. 8m th entertained Mre. Powell Valley road.
Collins Springs with his wife who is
Notice for Publication
Sax E. W. MILLER, LENTS
Karsh Comfort of Portland recently.
M. M. Squire and family spent Satur
Department of the Interior, IL H. land staying there for her health.
Christopher Kelly left the last of the day night as guests at the home of their
MILL AMO TIROS IT LEITS JUMCTJOM
Gillie al Portland, < »regon, July :K>,
Will Kesterson is spening Iris vacation week foi New York. Mr. Kelley ex
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. M. Rick-
at St. Martin Springs. Wash.
pects to go to Ireland I efore returning ett.
NOTICE is hereby given that lx>ra
Rates 50c to $1 per cord f2 per hour
G. M. Bonks of Bellwood wss looking home.
B. Cntlio, formerly Ixira B. Brindley, of
Frank Kerr has gone down the river
We solicit your trade. Will saw in
Palmer, Oregon, who, on May In, llwiu,
to take charge of a logging crew.
Gresham Fridays and Saturdays.
daughter. Miss Hattie and Mre. George
made Homestead Entry, Serial No. Tuesday.
Mr Kendle has moved into his new ♦♦»♦•♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦«♦»♦♦♦♦♦O E. P. SMITH,
T. R. Baldwin hn<l wife were out to Water-, former residents of this place house on 88th street.
nllHI, for BW1«. Section 17, Township
but now of Portland, spent a day pic-
1 North, Range ti East, Willamette their ranch one day this week.
The Reservoir Park Water Co. have
tricing here this week.
Meridian, ba« filed notice of intention
Mr. White is building an addit on
lieea fixing up their plant recently and
to ma’e Final Com mutation Proof, to fits iiouse.
Miss Nellie and Ethel Hogue spent are giving better service for which the
establish claim to the land above de
week in Oregon City where they people are truly greatful.
At residence of 8. Sorenson, Section
The Chilcot family held a reunion at
scribed, before the Register and Re
Line Road. *4 Mile East of Seven-Milt-
took teachers’ examination. The Miss
tiie home of Wm. Crawford last Sunday.
There is a move on foot to have Moro House.
ceiver of Hie U. H. land Office, at
es Hogue are recently from Wisconsin.
For the following at bargains
Tiie Richey Can held their annual Th y have engaged schools in which road taken over as a city street and also
Portland, Oregon, on the '.nth day of
Saturday, Aug. 27, 2 p. m.
prices: Lots, houses, acre
to have the gravel pit on 67tb street
to teach this winter.
age tracts, farms, business
The following Stock, Etc.: 7 Milch
Claimant names MN witnesses: Geo. G. N Sager
sites, and other property.
The following guests were entertained
Cows, 1 yearling Jersey Bull, 1 year
Paugh, Edward Tickey, W Aldrich,
ling Heifer, 5 Calve , 3 Goats, 1
Bcuyler Jonea* threshing outfit was this week at the home of J. Lurcher:
Call B 6111, a«k for
The Cottrell school fence looks much riding Cultivator, 2 Plows, and other
William Knapp, all id Palmer, < Iregon. in the neiglilmrhood the fore part of the Miss Emma Briebel of St. Paul, Miss
H. F. H1GBY, Register.
week and threshed out several small Stoll Senta ol Seattle, Mrs. Miller of
Come early and examine the stocx as
Chas. Iziuderback is hauling cord
jolm. Moat of the farmers are not yet Portland, and Marie, Ida and Walter
the Sale will start at 2 p. m. Sharp.
wood to Boring, for John Parker,
Bonner of • fregon City.
ready for threshing.
i >r take Mount Scott car to Ixents.
The grain harvest is in full blast in Terms Cash. FORD AUCTION CO.
Mr and Mre. J. 8. Hall have returned
Henery Baker is building himself a
after s|>ending several weeks traveling thia neighborhood, grain of all kinds
new burn and is also preparing to erect
is very good.
in the blast.
an other coal shed with a view to in
Mrs. J. H. Dixson with her daughter
Mias'Jessie Glines left the home of
you’ll crease his business.
and her son Howard is spinding
her sister, Mrs. F. D. Axtell Tuesday
Otis Johnson who was accidentalv morning for Corbett, where »he will her vacation with her parants.
There lias been a huge forest tire rag
haiity, shot two weeks ago is making slow pro spend a few dais.
ing in this locality of late but for
< hir gress towards recovery.
tunately there has not been any damage
Chas. Shannon is back from Seattle
where he has liven visiting with rel
Moat of the farmers have their grain
Jack Jibbono whe is a resident of
atives for a couple of weeks
Portland but formearly of Sandy Ridge
Mrs. W. U. Moore and daughter
Miss Alice Cooper is home for a few
is visiting old friends here.
1-aurii and son Clyde are visiting a few weeks’ vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Hart was calling on
days with A. it. < rail
Mr. Brushe s Sunday.
Joseph DeShaeer and eon Raymond FREE METHODIST CHURCH —
A. W. Rolierton IlMN just completed
Rev. J. M . H opper , pastor. Services,
If you want an attractive job tiie erection of a ne V fence for Mrs. were in Portland Tueadav.
Sunday School, 10 a. tn.; Preaching
of printing done, call in
every Sunday at lla m.and S p. m.
the appearance of her place.
Prayer meeting, Thursday evening at
Joseph DcShazer Sunday.
8 o'cliH’k. All welcomed.
Noah Kesterson has finished digging
Alex Bews was cutting grain for Mrs.
ZION’S EVANGELICAL CHURCH,
arnep a well for Will. Garrison.
Gresham—Rev. F. H. Freund, pastor.
Mr. Poppleton has commenced work
S krvicks (German) 11 a. m., every
,1 Woodie was visiting his nephew, G.
If you are sending money away, try one of
on the foundation for his new house.
Sunday morning. Sunday school at
It. Woodie and aleo doing some horse
our BANK MONEY ORDERS. It is
10 a. m. Saturday school at 2 p. m.
cheaper, more convenient, and bettar In
LINNEMANN MEMORIAL M. E.
every way than an express or post office
Mr. Morrison and family spent last
CHURCH, Gresham—P astor , Rev.
money order. You can secure one quick»
M. B. ParounagiRti. S krvicks , Sun
We are having beautiful weather with week camping at Welches.
day Schoo), 10 a. m.; Preaching at
\y and without formalities.
prospects for a tain which is need« l
Local Agent for
W. P. Roliert was able to attend the
11 a. m. and 8 p. ni. every Sunday.
I IKS I SI A IL HANK. GRESHAM in our neighborhood.
ball game Sunday.
Prayer meeting, Thursday evenings
THE OREGON FIRE RELIEE ASSOCIATION
at 8 o’clock. Everybody invited.
The h in of tiie thr> thing machine
Mr. Eddy of Sandy was in Dover Sun
SAINT MICHAEL’S CATHOLIC
and the hay ba er are familiar sounds in day.
J. M. SHORT, M I).
The most popular farmers’ insurance
CHURCH, Sandy, Ore.—Rev. Berch-
our vicinity thia time of year.
in the state. Get his rates
A few of the patrons of the Dover
tokl Durrer. Services will be held on
S. P. BITTNER, M. D.
A Sunday school liae lieen organized school met Saturday evening and voted
the first Sundav of each mouth at
10:150 a. m.
Call ud John Brown
at the Springfield church with Fred to install the ninth grade in the school.
! O. Coleman, pastor. Sei vices, Sun
Ora Black was home last Sunday vis
Photographic work of all kinds at
day School at 10 a. m., preaching 2d j
iting with his parents, Mr. ami Mrs. Maxwell Schneider’s gallery on Powell
and 4th Sundays at 11 a. m. and 7.10 i
h . H. orr
w. J. ott
Fred Tessman, and his sister, Mary street, Gresham.
ROCKWOOD M. E.CHURCH—Rev. J.
Brotherton from Oklahoma City, who is
O. Coleman, pastor. Sunday school
here for the summer.
every Sunday at 10 a. tn. (’reaching
Mre. Fred Tessman and her daughter
at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Miss Ruth Friel visited Sunday in
Mrs. Amos Carr of l-attorell and Mrs. Cherryville.
Mary Brotherton of Oklahoma City were
Miss Downing, who has been visiting
L. D. MAHONE
visit ng last.week with theirsister Mrs. Miss Barringer, has I eturned to Port
Real Estati’, Probate and Corporaton Joe DeShazer of Dover. They went over land.
in their auto.
Geo. Barringer has returned from a
Prompt Attention to All Busin«*
Road Supervisor Alex Barr is busy trip to Eastern Oregon.
riii"io iT\ ’ ■
SIS Henry Blds
Phone, Main tote
these days securing help to improve the
southeast of Kelso
Attn Mature and party were up to
condit on of the county roads.
Wild Cat mountain last week picking
Henry Shultz, iq hauling cordwood to
BEAVER ENGRAVING CO.
Amos Carr is busy with his hammer
How to Clean Burlap.
ami saw building n bouse for one of Iris
Iturlitp which Ims become faded and
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.lai Gould presented his wife with a new by using one cont of nny good
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