Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914, September 23, 1910, Image 3

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    MOUNT SCOTT
TROUTDALE
Knit, 8«*pti*ni b<*r ?2
l.vwli«
thin! toil «»( M in A .1 Locke,
wti« «rrioualy Injured by itdhiitf i«*rty
feet from ii biiihhiiu oil which he wiih
Working. lie w HM tukefi Io the Si Vill*
rent hoNpitiil where he I m «till in ii very
nerioilN eoii'lllion.
The Lent« Rchool ho« ||<*w enrolled
<)70 pupil« «ml il im likely the 7<M> murk
Will moi »n he r< i H'I iim I,
Mr. hih I Mr«. I). O. Northrup mid
fiimily wlm hnve been living in Moclip*.
W iih I i ., lire («topping with relative« in
I jui I m 1‘hey lire UlteiKlliig to I oral« ill
ltd« vicinity.
I’nul lining m ill with typhoid (ever,
lie 1« re|M>rled to b«* in u «erioii« con­
dition.
M. A llodger« I imn gone into the «ulo-
nioblo bu«im««M in • ii«l Portland.
The Adventist« and ('«mplrellitr« nre
having « serie« of didmte« this week In
the tutton t«l»ern«<-|c on the Foeter
mail
Troutdale, Sept 2‘.‘ Mra Halloway
and aoti of Portland were Sunday
guests of Mra I. Allard
Mrs E A. Stafford ia her.* viaiting
her daughter, Mra. Henry Riehardaon
thia week
Ml." Ella l.nyimiii of Plea-ant Home
ia making her home will. Mr. and Mra.
C II. Eight.
Mra. ('om.-t’K'k mid fmmly left Sun­
day for their old home in Okahoma in­
tending to remain.
Jake Sidel ih hating a new Ii use
built on lila place.
Tlin Jennings family have returned
from the hop lielda at Brooka.
Tli<- IIiruma left Sunday for Switzer­
land where they will reside.
Jem* iatrawon baa resigned hia position
in Harlow's store ami gone to Portland.
Mr and Mra. Henry Wallace were
Sunday visitors here.
II. D<slnon and wife have moved to
the recently acquired place on Sandy
lailtom,
Joe l.atourell and family are occupy­
ing the old bakery building on Colum­
bia atreet.
Miaa F.tliel Hogue of Fairview ha. tak­
en a |>oailion aa intermediate teacher in
the schools here.
I., liarnpahire moved hia family to
Kenton Tuesday.
Mr. and Mra. F. H. Rix were viaitora
in Fairview Saturday.
Ml,
PlIASANI VA11EY
G. N Hager imvd«> n busiue«« trip to
Vancouver liu<l Saturday.
Mr and Mrs. Fred Kelly of Portland
viait.nl Holiday at the home <>l Mra
Kelly's brother, <Jua Richey.
The Misses Hertha and Martha Ryan
were (Irealmm visitors one day thia
week.
J. W. Fn«t, Jr., and wife were out
from Portland visiting the home folk«
rwnntly.
Willie Richey, with hia wife and
daughter Alice, viaitad over Huuday
with hia father, J. A. Richey, of Bor­
ing.
Mr. and Mra. Thus. Ellinghsm of Mt.
Tabor spent Sunday at the home of
<1. N. Sager.
Alfred Johnson has completed liia
new woodshed.
August Matthias ia putting the roof
on hia new bungalow ami will soon
have the building ready for the paint-
era.
Reear Brother, are building a com-
tnodioua barn on their place on I'leas-
ant View avenue
J. E. Barnett baa sold hia place to
parties recently from Vancouver. Wio.li-
T. Cheek haa bought biinaelf a
home at Gilbert and haa moved hia
family to that place.
Supervisor Kenney haa a force of
algiut forty men and thirty teams and
two atcam rollers at work on the Foster
road, putting on crushed rock. They
aie making excellent progress consider-
ing the lung haul.
Pomona Granqe Holds Session
FAIRVIEW
Fairy ew, Sept.
The Pacific Coast
Sandy, September 21.—At a meeting
Construction i-ompaiiy have completed ol the committ.-ea of the Sandy <(range
tlie work of grading the new O. It. A Fair arid Festival th- judges of exhibits
N track livre but have left all the ma­ were ap|H,inted. Arrangements have
chinery here as il ran lie more easily been made to l ike tlie prize winning
ex iii bit a to the Grange Fair al <. res ham
removed after tlie road is completed.
The sudden death of \rtliur O. Mas­ next week.
sey at Salem last week was a great
Til., public acb.sd here began last
shock to his relatives and frie da livre Monday with a larg«- attendance. A
Mr. Massey and his wife and two child- 1 private <>>-rman school was opened
ren had ived on the Hun Dial ranch Tuesday.
here since last spring. Mr. Massey
Mrs. Reynold Eason and children
waa at tlie state fair raring for fancy
st'sk from tlie larm. Death waa have gone to Madras to visit her
caused from li.-ait failure. Mra J. O mother.
Davia and Harvey Massey, of thia place
Rev <ieo. Ellis preached hia farewell
are sister and brother <if deceased The s.-rmoti Sunday night in the Methodist
funeral service waa field in Salem, the church. Annual conference will be in
former home of the family.
session this week at Hillsboro.
Mrs E. D. Wilkins of West W.ssl
Thos. M.-serve and Mr. Bath of Port­
burn was a Sunday visitor at the home land were Sandy visitors Saturday.
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. W.
Miss Jessie Woods celebrated her
Wilcox.
nineteenth birthday on Friday evening
Mrs II Rott and children have liven with a party which waa well attended
visiting, the former's m ther, Mrs. and enjoyed by her many friends in
Brooka. Tlie Jtott family recently attendance.
moved to Portland from Texas.
Greg. Cox was called to Lente on ac­
Dick Anderson waa out from Portland
count of tbe sudden illness of his wife.
to s|e<nd Sunday witli relatives.
Chas. Cox will eulmtitute for bim on
Misses Zells at <1 Myrl Dimmock have the stage.
returned from a week’s visit to New-
Mra. L. J. Stevens of Portland is visit­
Iwrg
C. E. ('rec haw bis new residence ing witli Mrs. Dolan after having spent
the summer at Government Camp.
nearly completed.
John Haley ia rapidly recovering
The Rhodes I mily left Friday for
from ids recent sickm-as.
S|M>kane b> make their future home.
11. Harvey baa pure flawed tlie Rhodes
Mrs. McLoud, mother of Mrs A. E.
projierty al the fool of Cellar street.
Lupton, is viaiting in Portland.
Chester Kronenberg went to Fjigene
Monday to attend college.
A. I.. Turner and family left for Eu­
gene the first of the week to make their
home.
Miss Rosa I.uscher liadas a guest Sun­
LENTS,
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OREOON
day, Miss Mary Taffer.
Misses Olive and Mabel Zimmerman
For a full line of
have gone to Eugene to resume study
New and Second Hand
al tlie university.
Mra. A T. Axtell is expected home
from Seaside in a few days.
Mrs. I. Wetmore a|>ent Sunday with
Tablets, Copy Books, Slates
relutivea ill Portland.
Multnomah County Pomona Grange
met with the grange at Orient on Wed­
nesday, Septemlie 21. A fair represen­
tation was present. Worthy Overseer
R. W. tiill presided. Several of tlie
officers were alwent. Tile morning ses­
sion was taken up with routine work.
After one ol the Is-st grange dinners
• granger ever sat down to, the wo k of
the afternoon was taken up Report
ol tlie committee on rsa lutions was
the tlrat tiling in order
\ resolution favoring state furnishing
of text la*ok was lost.
A resolution to limit tlie speeding ol
automobiles by amending the auto-
It is not the quantity of (<ssi taken
; license law to prevent the gearing of but the amount digested and asslniilat-
| machines to run over 26 miles |ier hour, ■■d that gives strength and vitality to
the system. ChamtM-rlam's Stomach
met a better fate.
A resolution favoring the continuance ami Liver Tablets invigorate the
I stomach and liver and enable them to
of the rural route system of mails was perform their functions naturally. For
carried with favorable comment.
wale by—The tiresham Drug Co.
A resolution suggested by the Nation­
al lira ge favoring state control of con­
servation measures met strong opposi­
F. C. Reed was a business caller in
tion ami was voted down.
Another resolution, called forth by ' Portland Thursday.
The school here ia progressing under
remarks condemning «he action of the
so-called "Home Rule league associa­ , the direction of Miss Abbie Stites who
has taught hero the pa»t two years
tion,'’ met with strong support.
CHERRYVILLE
The
room has bsen thoroughly cleaned,
The
following
resolution
waa
present
­
Mr. and Mra. Chaun. y Coffman In­
tend leaving neat week for a visit to ed, reported favorably and carried with- furniture varnished ami everything put
j in tirst-claas shaj*. A very successful
foul opposition :
their old home at llume, III.
Be it Resolved, by Multnomah Pomo­ year is predicted.
Noah Elynn ami family are visiting
na in session assembled, That we again
Herman Leader who is attending high
My(. J’ave Douglass, who ia Mra.
declare our fir in opposition to the in­ school in Portland came out Friday
Fly tin's sister.
itiative bill now before the people of evening and s|H*nt two days at home, i
Geo. F. Barringer and family who Oregon providing for a constitutional Ilia mother accompanied bim to Port- l
have B|xmt tlieauminvr nt their rummer convention inasmuch as it would place
land.
residence here, will return U> Monlavilla the initiative and referendum, the di­
Lewis Benfield of Portland visited bis
next week.
rect primary, recall and all our reform mother here Sunday.
Earl Baxter of Portland ia visiting laws in danger.
Mra Julien and daughter Viroqua re­
hia mother, Mra. W <>. Hugh.
Be it further resolved, that we urge
turned from Portland Sunday.
Mra Johnson and child of Sandy via- the discussion of this question in the
Mr. and Mrs. Chas, l.atourell of the
ited Mra. I.. F. Pndemore last week ami granges of the county liefore election.
Falls
were calling on friends here.
The evening session waa taken up
were called home by the death of Mra.
Albert
Fox and wife of Portland were
with
a
piogram
and
initiation
of
fifth
Johnson's niece.
week emi visitors at the home of the
School will liegin next Monday with degree candidates.
The following schedule of Pomona latter's parents.
Miaa Herold of Rente as teacher.
meeting*
was presented and adopted:
Miss Ethel Smith came down from
Ride-rt stone and J. T. Friel, Jr., and
Rockwood, December 1910. Russell­ Warrendale Friday evening to s|> nd
Jerry Eriel made a trip to l.oat Creek
ville, March 1911. Fairview, June 1911. Saturday and Sunday at home.
mine Sunday.
Columbia, September ltd I W.xxllawn,
The store here has again changed
Alex It. Brooka expects to leave next Itecember 1911 Evening Star, March
hands,
the new firm being Byers A
week for Hood River.
1912
Pleasant Valley, Ju e l'»12.
Emmons Bros, have had the
Multnomah, Septemlwr 1912. Gresh­ I.eoh.
store
about
a year. They will leave
am,
Ihtceliilier
1912.
Lenta,
March
I.. I). MAHONE
1913.
October let ami the families will lie
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
greatly missed ns they have made
Real Estate, Probate and Corporator!
Law.
1 many trie..ds here.
• Prompt Attention to All Business
AIMS
Mrs. Lucy Kincaid entertained friends
4ia Henry Hl.li«
Phone. Main lOlo
PORTLAND. OREGON
\ moat delightful party wits given at Sunday.
*
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Haniili,
Friday evening, September ltt. in honor
W. J. OTT
H
orr
" I have a world of confidence in
of Miss Jessie's nineteenth birthday Chamberlan’a Cough Remedy for I
OTT BROTHERS
and the mil riage of their daughter have user! it with perfect success, '
DENTISTS
Eva to Elmer Phelps. The Wedding writes to Mrs. I. Raeford, Poolesville,
Gresham,
...
Oregon took place in Oregon City, August 31. Md. For side by — Gresham Drug Co.
The parlor waa beautiful y decorated in
(all colors. Games and music enlivened
CHURCH NOTICES.
the evening Many beautiful presents
METHODIST CHURCH —
were received by Miss Jessie Hardin FREE
Rev. J. M. lloffKR, pastor. Services,
ami Mr. and Mrs. Phelps. Alsuit forty
Sunday Schiail, lo n m.; Preaching
AI UNIS
every Sunday at U a. m. and H p. m.
' guests were present. Lunch was served
Prayer meeting, Thursday evening at
; at a late hour and a delightful evening
For the following at bargain*
H o’clock. All welcomed.
i was spent.
prices t bits, Imuses, acre­
ZION'S EVANGELICAL CHURCH,
age tracts, farina, business
Little Georgia Metcalf is quite sick.
Gresham—Rev. F II. Freund, pastor.
sites, and other property.
S khvu ks (German) 11 a. m., every
Geo. Bornstedt of Sandy was a caller
Sunday morning. Sundav school at
Call It lllll, ask for
| in thia neighborhood last week.
10 a. m. Saturday school at 2 p. m.
Mrs. Wm. Thomas ami daughter Ada LINNEMANN MEMORIAL M. E.
h
CHURCH. Gresham—P astor , Rev.
are Portland visitors this week.
M. B. Parounagian. S krvicks , Sun­
Gilbert Vanderhoof has moved his
Or take Mount Scott ear to Is-nts.
day School, 10 a. m.; Preaching at
family to Aims
11 a. m. and 8 p. m. every Sunday.
Prayer meeting, Thursday evenings
A daughter was lairn to Mr. and Mra.
at S o'clock. Everybody invited.
J. J. Elsner, September 9.
SAINT MICHAEL’S CATHOLIC
Mrs. Dave Obray has taken her
CHURCH, Sandy, Ore.—Rev. Berch-
daughter Thelma to Portland for treat­
told Durrer. Services will be held on
flic first Sunday of each month at
ment.
10:30 a. m.
Frank Davenport is building it house
FAIRVIEW M. E. CHURl H—Rev. J
in Aims and is intending to move Ins
O. Coleman, pastor. Seivicea, Sun­
family here.
il iy School nt 10 a. m., preaching 2d
anil 4th Sundays at II a. m. and 7 :30
p. m.
To reduce size of (lock, will sell small ROCKWOOD M. E.CHURCH—Rev. J
number of Registered Lincoln ewes,
O. Coleman, pastor. Sunday school
every Sunday at 10 a. m. Preaching
bred, price, from lit) up. In lots of one
at 11 a. m. and 7 :30 p. ni.
or more to suit. Webb Farm, Tel. 168.
BRIGHT KLALTY GO.
M r .
Bright
coRwn
MT. SCOTT
DRUG CO.
SCHOOL BOOKS
Water Colar Sets,
Satchels, Etc.
. . . YOUR HOME
BANK . . .
Will pay you 3 % on 6 months’ deposits, 4 % on 12.
Check Deposits Solicited.
Money Loaned.
Drafts and Letters of Credit Issued.
Tax Statement on application.
Aaron Fox T^a,e
WE DELIVER ANYWHERE
Give us a chance, we’ll show you. Below
we list a few of our prices. Send us your list, we
will deliver right in your town.
$1.00 Bottles Medicines............................................. $ .85
25c bottles Hydrogen Peroxide......................................... 15
5 gals. Pearl Oil
............................................................ 98
5 gals, bulk oil...................................................................... 80
Don't imagine that we are in business to improve our health,
Our light expenses, buying goods for cash, is the reason, we under­
sell our competitors.
1-lb. can Royal baking powder
7 bars Star soap
.....
3 cans Holly milk........................................
6 cans Carnation milk
....
1 can Eagle milk........................................
6 loaves of bread........................................
1 pkg. Arm & Hammer soda
.40
.25
.25
.55
.15
.25
,C5
Whether 'tis better for the purse to suffer, or to buy y oar
goods of Fox and save money,—that’s the rub!
10-lb. pail Columbia lard
Extra S a S shingles, per 1000
100-lb. sack half ground salt
6 pkgs. Abbetta bi»cuiu
1 pound fancy seeded raisins
Pork & Beans,
Oysters,
Tomatoes,
Com,
Soups,
Peas,
Our Drugs are Pure, Fresh,
Reliable
TRY OUR GOUGH CURE
PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED
1.85
2.15
.45
.10
3 cans, .25
I knock unbidden once at every gate,
If sleeping, wake; if feasting, rise before
I turn away. It is tbe hour of fate,
And they who follow me reach every state
Morals desire, and conquer every foe
Save death. But thoee who doubt or hesitate.
Condemned to failure, penury, or woe.
Seek me in vain and uselessly implore.
I answer not.
LEAVE IT TO FOX.
T”
J. M. MOSS
Gresham, Ore.
Phone I4X
TROUTDALE, OREGON
OLYMPIC FLOUR, bbl., $5.40
Complete Outfiters
Expressing, Draymg
BANK OF TROUTDALE
We buy our goods in large quantities for cash.
Anything you need get your price from me. Will
deliver at your place cheaper than you can buy it in the
open market.
JONSRUD BROS.
BORING OREGON
We pay cash for produce.
We pay 35c for eggs.
Phone 41 x
Mill 1 14 miles southeast of Kelao
CEDAR POSTS
SHINGLES
MOULDINGS
TURNED WORK
Tel. 101
Call Me Up
Will save you money.
Watch this ad. each week.
LUMBER $6 AND UP
Large stock of Dimension Lumber on hand
Hough and Dressed lumber for all purposes
send order to JCNSRl’D BROS. Boring RDi
INVESTIGATE :
Our Methods. Our Stock of
Lumber and Millwork and Our
Prices We an* confident that it
will result in aecuring your buri-
ne-tf< when you need anything front
a |xn<t to a bill of lumber for a
hoiM* or barn.
The U-st in quality for the mon-
ey. is the motto we try to live up
to. Come in and investigate
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Wedding, Birthday Anniversary
and Holiday Presents
Reliable Goods at I»west Prices.
New Goods continually added to stock.
Watch and Clock Repairing. All work guaranteed
J. E. Pomeroy
JEWELER
SANDY, ORE.
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MILLER-MOWERY LUMBER :
JOHN BROWN
Rockwood, Ore.
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Company
Local Agent for
THt OREGON
BOOKS
HYLAND BROS.
HRE RELIEf ASSOCIATION
The most popular farmers’ insurance
in the state. Get his rates
Call up John Brown
Phone 231
Rockwood.
Oregon
BOOK SELLERS
Schoo!
Books
New and Second Hand
BOUGHT, SOLD, EXCHANGED
168 Fifth Street
and 211 2nd Street
PORTLAND,
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OREGON
The Job Department of this Office
Has on Hand the Neatest Report
Card Used by Schools. See them