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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 26, 1910)
Trmitdaln Aug. 25
In a game with th" Torpedoes th«
Lents ball team won from the Torpedinar is visiting hl» grandmother Mr». Alerd
with n icore of M to 5. Batteries for after «pending aomi* time with hie
lami» were Mexmayer, I'«'cell mid I e- lather at Liiiiiemmi.
Mere, w Im »truck out I*.* men, allowed
Mr. Gregg and fam ily have moved
b hits, walked three. Baltrie» for Tor Into the house recently vacated •<y
pedo«», Brown, Mi Kevitt and Scott, Mrs. Nteplien».
who struck out .1 inerì and allowed 11
Ml»» Celeete Moor« im visiting her
lilt» mid walked I rumi. The Torpedoes mint, Mrs. Fred 11 nr low.
made 7 errors and lents II. The fea
Camp meeting O|M«|lt*<| |J|> Mt lh><
ture id th« game was the hitting mid
grounds on the 17th with A k « mn | attend*
base running of C. Dhksoti sud A.
Lerch ot the lent« nine. Dickson got
Mr. and Mrs. E E. Harlow un<i
I lilt stole bases I times and made I
lerch made I single, I 2-ba»« daughter Harriett have retit r ii «<I from
lilt 1 3 buse lilt and »tole buses 2 times. S|H>kan«.
Herman Blaxer, Jim I .a thon, Milo
They plav Meier A trank temo Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs Duriteli mid daughter It'H'k and Mr. Prmton have r> tur!>«•<!
have gone on a week's visit with Mrs from Bull Kun and brought » tine ven-
Mrs. ison with them.
Powell in (Columbia county.
Wm. Cameron a farmer resident of
Powell a d Mrs Dariiall are sisters.
place but now ot Forest Grove ha«
Mrs. E L liny but h ret h mt» I from
lar n visiting friends here for a few
rink lumi. California Hunday
Cllflord Wolle, who has lieen III the
opal Surber gave a birthday party to
hospital tor »«veral week» undergoing
two iqs-ratiou- has recovered sufficient a number of her »mall friends on the
|y to return home
Carol Chapman of Portland han I hmhi
I. nt» grange meets on the second
, visi ing friend« here.
Katiirday mid Io irth Thursday evening»
< >u» Anderaon employed on the Her-
I man Blaser place met with a arriona
Gt to Kat/ky and wile, wllli Ilia lather
accident here last Frid y. He fell from
arid mother, went to Cascade laaka a tree.
breaking several of hia riba,
Mime of which pierced Ilia lung»
Arthur Geisler and wife havr rr i »»« taken to a Portland Hospital ami
turned from Newport where they have there was but little hope fur 111» rc-
lieen Hie last three weeks
wars a healthy tan and apfieara to
Mr and Nlr* Deen are preparing to
have lieen Ixnefitted by the outing.
move onto the I’u X ton piare.
The latest trainier is that of M J.
Mr». Deining of 8|sikane wa» tt re
Ch uticy, who ha» »old hl» building anil
cent gueat of Mr», l-ou Harlow.
II» is now trying to dispose of
his gris'cry business.
PLEASAN I VALLEY
Work "H the new schoolhouse la pro
gressing finely, but perhaps not rapidly
Philip Nixon an<l Waiter Rhodes,
enough to ensille the contractors to rocenlly from Ohio spent Sunday with
finish I "dore sell >ol begins The old W P. Mikoreand family.
buildings will have to lie used for a part
a few day» in
ot the tall.
(’ollin» Spring» with hia wife who ia
Maying there for he» hmlth.
Motion Pictures at Gresham
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Paligli, Edward 11. keV, U Aldrich,
William Knepp. all"! Palmer. Oregon.
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wonder why you did'nt think of ua
All our work guaranteed
slipsht si job leiivrs mir whop.
workmen are skilh**i and coiiMcietiti<»uw
You’ll not grumble nt the priven.
Fred D. Flora
IVI1» Morriaon Kt
(Near Pali’s Restmirimt
If you want an attractive job
of printing done, call in
If you are sending money away, try one of
our HANK MONEY ORDERS. It io
Cheaper, more convenient, and better in
(very way than an express or poet office
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ly and without formalities.
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L. D. MAHONE
attorney - at - law
Real Estate, Probate ami Corporator
Prompt Attention to All Builneaa
SIS Henry Bl'lg
I'hone, Main lOli*
B eaver E ngraving C o .
MAIN » J J»
FIRST AM(U«iKEHV STS
Fairview. Aug. 25—A number of the
ladle» of Fairview grange spent a very
pleasant afternoon st Hie home of Mrs.
C. Hhi pberd Tuesdsy. Th« sfternoon
was »pent in making preparations for
their Ixxilh st lli« Gresham Grange fair
J T. Htilli n lia« returned after
spending several day» at Estacada.
Mr». Grace Ro»»of Portl»nd is visiting
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bowman.
Handy, Aug. 25—E. F. Brun», who
• oik’ll«! the town I r premiums for the
grange fair which i» to la« hel I th« last
of September, ha» »«cured many valu
able premiums also money for the
Mrs. A. E. Lupton ha« return«!
home after visiting relatives in Port-
Thoa Mexerve i« the guest of hi» sis
ter, Mr». E. M Douglas, for » few days.
Mr and Mrs I.. C. Pridemore of
Three Hix were Sandy visitors Tuesday
The infant child of Mr. and Mr».
Betchel 1» »«riously ill with cholera
ai»s Alice McDonald ia viailing rela
tive» in Heattie thia week.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Shriver have gone to
Portland to spend a few day».
Mi»» Faubian of Welches ia »lowly re- ,
covering from her recent illne«».
Mr» E. O. Eddy has gone to Cor
vallis to visit friend».
Fred las Grand and sister, Jennie, of
Canada have ceme to »|«end the winter
with their aunt and Uncle, Mr. and
Mrs. Ed Hare.
Rev Dobberfoul and family have re- i
turned from the East where they »pent
the last two months with friends.
Mrs. Julia E. Jone» and Mrs. R. E.
Howard at Vancouver
R. W. Wilcox ia improving his prop
erty oil Cedar »treet and will take up
hi» rewideuc'i there Main.
Mr. and Mr» A. L. Turner areapend-
ing a lew days at Corvalia.
Mr». M. Townsend and children of
Portland are »pending the week’with
Hie former'» parent», Mr and Mr». Wm.
Mi»» Roslie Lum ber is spending the
week with relative» at Fulton.
Mr». G. O. Dolph left Tuewiay morn
ing for Salem where »lie will spend sev
eral days visiting friends.
Mi»» larura Dolph is »pending the
week at the home of her lister, Mr».
Elmer Jenkins of Portland.
A carload of Portland people spent
the Hunday here as the guests of Mr.
and Mr». J. !.u»cher. The day was
Peter I undine Thanks Neighbors
spent picnicing at Blue lake.
Peter l.undine made the lieraid office
Rev. E. M.Hharpof Portland preached
in the Smith Memorial church here a call on Monday afternoon. He came
Sunday morning and evening. Dur in to tell of his experiences in the fire
ing the morning service J. N. Jarvis that swept over his and ail joining farms
wa» ordained as an elder in the church. last week. That he had seen a little of
the real danger was shown by hi- face
Glen McGraw of Portland »pent the
which apjH-ars to be almost blistered,
week with hi» brother, E. G. McGraw.
and it is evident that rome time will
Misses Bird!« Mashburn and Bonnie elapse before be can smile comfortably.
Million have returned after spending a
It appears that the fire was practical
few day» with friends in Portland.
ly upon his home before he knew any
Mr» E*i lleslin and children are thing about it. Had it not been for
»l>eiiding the week at Welch«».
kind neighbors he feels sure that his
Mr». Jim Davis spent the week at home, house, barn and all would have
lieen entirely destroyed. As it was they
from every direction to gi.e him
Wilmer Ott of Portland wa» a recent
Will K«>»t«-r»on m »pending hi» vara
guest at his aunt's, Mrs. L. Lumumer the la-rt assistance that he ever had.
tion at Kt Martin Spring».Wnah.
They climbed upon the house and barn
Miss Grace Rlmle was a recent g ie»t
c» M B*>nk* of Sellwood wan looking
and thr. w water over the shingles to
at the home of < I H. Jenkins.
after hi* lutvrrat» in the valley luxt
keep theni from catching fire, and as
I.vl Saturday night wa» th • regular sisted in every way to make things safe.
monthly sis-ml night ot the Artisans. He is especially impressed with the high
T R Baldwin and wife wrrr out to
The evening was s;»*nt in dancing after degree of honor displayed throughout
thrir ranch on«* «lay thi» week.
winch »np|»-r was served.
t he entire time.
S ud he, "They went
Mi Whitt it« l*inl<ling an add it on to
Mi-» Irene Johnson of The Dalles has all through my house and >>arn and Lad
returned to Portland after spending the every opportunity to help themselves
1 he Chileot family held a reunion at wet k with friends here
and 1 never lost a thing. Had it Iveen
Il .* 1...me >.| Wm f'rawfou! l»-t Siimlav
M r. and Mr». II. Iloltie and family hi the city it would have been differ
1 .. R.. ,v Cun held their annual and ti e Mi»»«» Hogue are taking their ent."
He was e«|»eciallv impressed
aith the effor s some of the small Isiys
r«’ union last Sunday al the home of va< ation nt Seaside.
< « N .-ager
Mi**s Irene Johnson of The Dalles ha- particularly E. Anderson and Stone
Sender Jones’ threshing outfit wa« I h en visiting ut the home of D. 8. Dun made in helping to save his projierty.
lie i ffered to pay them for their assist
in the I" ighborhood the tore part of ti e bar.
ance, but no one would take a cent.
u iik »nd threslxd out several small
Mi»« Maude Burch of Gresham was a
IL'-t f the farmers ate not yet recent visitor at the home of Mi«» Nan Mr. l.undine savs he ia more impres ed
than ever that our neighbors are more
r< •i Iv for threshing.
truly our friends than we are ac
Hetiery Baker is bmlding himself a
Mr and Mr« Joe Armour and family customed to im 'gine them.
io w barn and is alao preparing to erect of Al
misin an gm «!» of the former'-
an «»Ih»*r coal ah rd with a view to in- aieter, Mrs. F. D. Axtell.
creiife hi« I" a in viu».
See the Herald club offers.
Miss Ruth Dawson of Cascade l>»*ks
< it¡s Johnson who w accidental)* visited her sister, Mrs. Ilarrie Dein-
shot two weeks ago is making slow pro mock over Sunday.
CH I RC H NOTICES.
gress towards recovery.
Grandma Wetmore has returned af
(’Im* Shannon is back from Seattle ter s|H'iiding several days with her FREE METHODIST CHURCH —
Rev. J. M. IIorPKR, pastor Services,
where he has hern visiting with rel daughter, Mrs. A. I. Stone in Portland
Sunday School, 10 a. m.; Preaching
atives for a couple of weeks
every Sunday at 11 a m. and 8 p. ni.
Mrs. G. R. Shaw entertained A. W.
Prayer meeting, Thursday evening at
Mr*. W. I’. Moore ami daughter Cook of D hiiihscus recently.
R o’clock. All welcomed.
(aura ami son Clyde are visiting n lew
The ladies society of the Methodist ZION’S EVANGELICAL CHURCH,
days with A. B. trait and family of
Gresham—Rev. F. II Freund, pastor.
church met at the home of Mrs C. A.
For rm t Grove.
S kkvuks (German) 11 a tn., every
Stew i at.
A, W. Roberton ha» just completisi
Sunday morning. Sunday school at
Miss Rachel Cook is spending some
10 a. m. Saturday school at 2 p. in.
the erection of a ne * fence for Mrs.
MEMORIAL M. E.
Parker, which adds verv materially to time visiting friends here.
CHURCH, Gresham—P astor , Rev.
Misses Helen Jackson and Blanche
the ap|M*arancv of her ¡»lace.
M. B. Parouitagian. S krvicks , Sun
Noah Kesterson has finished digging Eldridge have leturne from a week's
day Schieil, 10 a. in.; Preaching at
11 a. m. and 8 p. m. every Sunday.
a well for Win. Garrison.
Prayer meeting, Thursday evenings
Miss Rush and Eva Jackson have re
Mr. Poppleton has commenced work
at 8 o’clock. Everybody invited.
turned home fr in a week's visit with
on the foundation for his new house.
friends at Hubbard.
CHURCH, Sandy, Ore.—Rev. Berch-
told l'urrer. Services will la* held on
Jack and Rudolph l.uscher have re
the first Sunday of each month at
turned from a visit at the home of their
10:30 a. in.
Mias Eva Bell of Portland is visiting uncle in i)regon City.
FAIRVIEW M. E. Cl 11 III H—Rev. J
Misses Ivy Cornett and l.yrl Eldridue
O. Coleman, pastor. Se vices, Sun
John Richmond and family are spend- are expected liome from California Fri
day School at 10 a. m.. preaching 2d
and 4th Sundays at 11 a. in. and 7: ¡0
a few days in the mountains.
A small party including, Elmer
Miss Grace and Flora Smith are visit ROCKWOOD M. E.CHURCH—Rev. J.
Dawes, Ross laivelace, Dim Lynch, Earl ing their parents.
O. Coleman, pastor. Sunday school
Middleton mid willie Johnson have re
every Sunday at 10 a. m.
Misses Smith are on their way to
at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
turned from a fishing trip to Elk Lake.
Alaska, where they will «[tend
Mr. and Mrs. Middleton lire enter
taining friends from Yakama, Wash.
Walter Quesinberry has hi.- new house
left for Idaho to remain
Mrs. Ed Sageser of Portland spent a I
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couple of weeks at Rockwood visiting during the summer.
Mill 1 1-4 miles southeast of Kelso
J. G. Stephens was buried here Sun
quit« a number from here are going day, bv the G. A. R.
E. Robison started for his home in
the hop fields.
Joe Stephens leturneil to Los Angles
by steamer. He expects to remain
LUMBER $6 AND UP
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sester were guests there < ne year.
Large stock of Dimension Lumber on hand
of Ed Hamilton and family last Sunday.
Rough and Dressed lumber for all purposes
Mrs. Maroa y was agreablv surprised
Mrs. Dick Maupin at Sandy bridge on her birthday the 23rd. 18 friends
semi order to .K’NSRl’D BROS. Boriili
entertained Mis. G. Lusted mid daugh spent the day mid brought meny tokens
ter, Mrs. .1. Goff, one day last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clark of Newberg
Mrs. Hattie Stephens from Firland
visited relatives here several days re- is visiting relatinea here.
The Baptists of Pleasant Home and
Mr. mid Mrs. J. It. Lent, and daugh- Cottrell with the M. E. church have a
J. H. HOSS
I ter Jean, attended the funeral of J. Sunday School Picnic ut Kelley’s grove
' Steven» at Pleasant Home Sunday.
Midvin Long of Po timid visited with i The ladies aid societies of
Ili» fola», Mr. mid Mrs. Ralph Neihmier, Baptist, and M. E. churches reports a
BANK OF TROUTDALE
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Check Deposits Solicited.
Drafts and Letters of Credit Issued.
Tax Statement on application.
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The bMt in quality for the mon- J [
ey, is the motto we try to live up < >
to. Come in and investigate
Our Method« Our st.»-k of
Lumber an<l Millwork and Our
Price». We are confident that it
will result in .securing your busi-
«•-» when you Heed anything from
a poet to a bill of lumber for a
house or barn.
To feed Mock and jxinltry food.
Are you doing it?
We are agente f<*r the
Come in and get one of their stock
and Poultry boobe free
Prices of Die food, 30c, 65c, *1 anil
t Sat E. W MILLER, LENTS
MILL III liras AT LEXIS JUXCTIO»
; MILLER-MOWERY LUMBER ::
DRUG CO. BRIGHT AT REALTY
For the following at bargain.-*
prices: I»ta, houses, acre
age tracts, farms, business
sites, and other property.
GRESHAM WOOD SAW
Ratea 50c to 11 per cord *2 |**r hour
We »olici t your traile. Will »aw in
Gresham Fridays and Saturdays.
E. P. SMITH,
Call B bill, ask for
Or take Mount S<ott ear to Lente.
First - Class Covered Studebaker
Drop-head Singer Sewing Machine.
New with all attach
Just what you want at practically your own price.
J. W. BENEKE, Fairview, Ore
If you have Italian Prunes to sell, notify W. Ellison at
Fairview and arrange for delivery. Price $22 a ton, boxes
O. R. A N. Itepot. Fairview.
P. 0. Cleone, Ore.
J. M. SHORT, M 1)
S. P. BU I MFR, M. I)
Local Agent for
The moat popular farmers’ inanrance
in the state. Get his rate*
I owe my «ucce»» in life to bavin/
The atone that is fit for the
been always a quarter of an hour before
does not lie long in the ditch.
For Dry Goods, Groceries, and
Foster Road and Main St.
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