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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 21, 1910)
Ttoublals, OeU JO— M. <• Nelson ha»
hi« tin«* new bungalow Hourly Hili »had.
The Troutdale Cherry M»n<H intion in
■ lividing up it« tract of laml, which w»<
forinarly the HUIl-oti, Chapman and
Join-» place« into ft a« re tracta and »X-
pact I o colonize it with Miniir«ota fam-
Miaai-a Margery and Anna Colo were
her« vialting their young friend« the
lant of the week.
Joe IjttourelI, Andrew La ourell and
Mr« C. It. I.arxoii have gone to Yakima
to take up claim».
C. Ilolm and family were here to
n|>end Bunday with old friend«
Mi».«-» |i«lla Zimmmcrmaiiand <¡rare
Mirk ley viiited friend« at Kenton Kun-
The ladle« aid «oclety have again re
sumed their regular meeting« after be
ing «u«|n<nded «luring the nunimer.
Ed t'ampledl hua return«-«! home from
Salem after an abaence of ten month«.
Elmer <'ample«ll, who ia here from
Arisona, will «|>«nd th«- winter with hia
Itay Moore, C. Cleveland an<l It Hili'-
ben have just re urmel from »everal
day»' II «liing at I'elilo.
Mi»« louiae Helming liaa taken Up
her residence in Portlaml.
H. 8. Lzigan ha« Just lia«l a large «tore
building complete«! in 1‘ortlami which
he intern!» to rent.
Key. Roe« will preach here in th«'
Evangelic < hurch Huinlay.
F II. Hu ha» been »pending part of
the week III Portland.
Mr» Ethel Macontanh and chihirvn
are i|H«nding a few «lay» with the form
er*» lather, William lluraliall ami wife.
Fairview, Get. 20.— Mr«. 8. II. Wiley
Kamly, Oct, 20.—The «carcity of resi
viaited her grandmother, Mr». Jone« liences here ia noticable ami th«r« are
the llr«t of the week, en route from The several families unable to find house»
Italic» to bar Angel««» to »pend the to live in.
Enthuaiaatic volet» are j>u«hing the
A I.. Turner ha» been down from Cor annexation question ami the matter 1«
lieing kept before the people in «everal
vallis looking alter hi» intereat» here.
Mr». H. laiiiiar of ltii]ierl. Ida., 1« a
Gray Cox' four children have typhoid
gm«»t al the home of her »on, W. Fill-
George Thrasher and R. H. White
Bercy Dolph wa» here to »(««ml the
ba« k from a trip to the head of
week with hl« father.
Eagle creek, where tlmy diM-overed gold
Hh hard Anderaon returned to Port- nn the latter*» place. Mr. White ha»
land.after spending a week here.
gone to California to make arrange
Dan Ho«» ia very ill, the i-ffect of the ment» for the mining.
C. J. Much of St. John'» ami J.
hunting of a hhaal vessel al the back
of hi» head resulting in partial paralyala Brown of Portlaml were in Handy till«
He 1» at the home of hi» elater in St. week intending to inveal m real «-«tale.
J oh n>.
Htreet light« are le-ng put up by
The Duday family are moving out of «everal of the buaine«» men.
Mr». Geo. Bornstedt, who ia at the
Mr». C. Balmer ami »on Osmond of | home of her mother, Mr«. Ruegg at
Oregon City were the guenta at the . Liuneinan, i» »lowly recovering.
C. If. Johnaon haa been tran»ferre«l
home of J. Lusher Humiay.
Mr. <iii«lavi«on of Wot»lhurn ia mov to the Boring livery barn ami Jo«- IXma-
ing hia family into the A «tel reaidence. hue i» taking hi« («lace her«-.
The im«eting of the grange held last
Rev ami Mr». Manhall »pent Sun
Saturday was well attemk-d.
day, Mr. Marahnll preaching in the
Mr». Maggie Crow ha« returned to
1 Gresham after running the Sandy hotel
Mr. and Mr». Jone» haye moved into for a year Mr». Adda Hart la now run
their house which ha» re-ently tieen re ning the hotel
Mr». Alfred Bell i» entertaining her
Mr. and Mr» W. A. Townsend of 1 «inter, Mr». Shumway, of Pleaaatit
Portlaml »|«ent the week with Mr. ami J Home
Mr». J. W. Townaend.
Mr« Percy Shelly is visiting her
The defeat*! memlier» o! the Y P B mother in Portland.
C. E , under the leadership of Ivy Cor
The Odd Fellow« gave a »upper after
nett will entertain the victorious mem-
tlieir im-eting Saturday evening which
tier» of whom Cedric St«>ne i» captain,
wa» well attended.
by taking them to the Smith motion
Mr. ami Mrs Archie Meyer»of Greah-
picture «how at Gresham to night.
1 A ino»t enjoyable evening wa« spent aiu were hen- last Friday.
Mr. and Mr». Davi« of l.unt«-d viaited
by alx«ut fifty persona, ol«l ami young,
tlieir »on Liman thix week.
There »«« a »urpri»«« party given to nt the« «range hall last Friday evening
Grandma Mickelson i» a patient at
Mr ami Mre. (iml Carlxm Saturday at a farewell reception given In honor . the Lupton sanitarium here.
evening. There were alioiit forty prea-
elit and liiUaic ami game« were chief Killlp.
Tlie ladle» aid society of the M. E.
among the feature» of the evening. The
la«lies served luncheon and cverylM.ly church will »erve tea at the home of
Alvin lake from The Dalle», with hi»
Mr». C. A. Stewart next Wcdne»«lay two sons viaited tlm old home place the
cnjoyetl the time »pent.
Bert llelghlon viaiteil I <1 Hamilton afternoon.
first time in thirty years
The Pacific <’«>a»t Construction com
and family a couple of «lay» last week.
Mrs Jennie Stephen» paid a visit with
Me»dame« E«l Hamilton and Clara ! pany in moving the machinery into the home folk» Sunday.
Ilolliater visited with Mr» A. E. White- building to which a track ba» been lni«i
Al liehaven aud wife are home after
from the <>. R A N. truck». Regular
aide» of Portland last week.
an almt-nce of a month.
work will begin soon.
MG Lusted ma«l<- a bu«in<*M trip to'
W. F. McKinney was in Portland
Monday on buxine«».
The b«*et plaster. A pi«-c<- of flannel
Mr». Ilan» C.»«k i« >n the «irk list.
It,f> Shumway w«-nt to the mountains
with Chamlx-rlain's Lini lant Tuesday to work.
E«l Andre ha«i the miafortune to loae
ment and Ismnd «m «iver the affect«-«!
a horse ht»t w«-««k.
Mr. Drhaven has »old It) acre« to Mr.
part» I» Hii|«eri«>r t<> a plaster ami costs
The two readier» of Cottrell, aocom-
only one-tenth as mudi
For sale by Lenard for ♦.*»«»>.
l>anie«l bv Warren Ball. ma<le a trip to
John Briimhall who has be« n visiting
tireaham Drug Co.
tlm Kandy river Saturday.
Mr. Straus will s«s>n move to Mr. lam-
It i« reported that two large coug r»
arts' old place.
Delim-ator, Pearson« Magazine and
have l«-en visiting the cani| a «low n near
Herald ».'l.fto for 42 2ft Suliacribe.
<>. I.uetial'» place.
Aaron Pox Tro«iodnale
WE DELIVER ANYWHERE
(live 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
25c bottles Hydrogen Peroxide
5 gals. Pearl Oil
5 gals, bulk oil
All Sugars have declined 40c per KM) lbs.
I Keg new Milchner Herring
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
3 pkgs. Roasted Corn Flakes
OLYMPIC FLOUR, bbl., $5.40
One Price to All »
10-lb. pail Columbia lard
Extra S a S shingles, per 1000
100-lb. sack half ground salt
6 pkgs. Abbetta biscuits
1 pound fancy seeded raisins
Pork & Beans,
3 cans, .25
—A FULL LINE OF—
Dry Goods, Shoes, Rubbers, Hard
ware, Crockery, Tinware
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
We pay cash for produce.
We pay 38c for eggs.
Watch this ad. each week.
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Will save you money.
iIANK OF TROUTDALE
Mt. Scott, Oct. 20.—Miss Edith Toon
will lie on«- of the instructor» in the city
Ix-rit« won it» last game of l>a»ei>all of
the »«-»»on by defeating the Stephen»
Athletic club, Humlay, 0 to ft. Htepben»
wa» one of the only four teams to de
feat Lent» thia year. The Lenta team
ha» won IK game» and lost fo «r. The
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feature of the game was the Work of the
I.ent» battery, E. Webb and J. Cyle
getting I k «trikeouta am! allowing only
four hit». The batk-ry for Stephen»
was Ed Wise and Hayworth, who got 11
Will pay you 3 % on 6 months’ deposits, 4 % on 12.
strikeouts ami allowetl eight hila.
Check Deposits Solicited. Money Loaned.
Th« Evangelical church ha» been re
moved from the ground and a new ami
Drafts and Letters of Credit Issued.
larger building ia under way. Thia ia
one of the l«e»t improvements that has
Tax Statement on application.
come to Lenta in a long time.
Mi»» Minnie M. William» of Gray’s
Crossing di*l the IKth. The funeral
will lie bel«l Saturday at Lerch's chapel ••••••••••••••••••••••eee»ee»eeeeee»eeeeeeeaaeaeeeee
and interment will lie in Multnomah
R. E. Beagle is»uffering from a »er-
iou» attmJc of typhoid fever. Other
memlier» of hi» family have tieen taken Beaver State Herald and other papers
with it and a sister’» children, removed
The price of The H«-ral«l alone i» |1.
to Handy probably since becoming ex
a vear, but to tiioae who would like the
posed to it, are also ill with typhoid.
a clubbing rate with other
|>aj>er» we offer the following low
For a full line of
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dition of the »tomach. Chamberlain’s "The Herald" in combination w ith any
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HERALD BARGAIN OFFERS
Mrs. A. Mar»ton returned Monday
from a thirty days' visit to her old home
Mr' l>ieb enjoyed a Sunday visit with
his father ami sister from Portland.
V. Gibhart ami daughters went to
Portland Friday evening.
FREE METHODIST CHURCH —
Rev. J. M. H opper , pastor. Services,
Mr ami Mrs. Geo. Cusick spent Sat
Sunday School, 1') a. m ; Preaching
urday evening and Sumlav in the city.
every Sumlay at 11 a m. and K p. m.
Prayer meeting, Thursday evening at
Mrs Nixon of Warrendale yisite«!
8 o’clock. All welcomed.
Mrs. C. E. Smith and Miss Ethel over
ZION’S EVANGELICAL CHURCH,
Grt-sltaiu—Rev. F. II. Freund, pastor.
Mrs. Ketchum of Portland visitol her
S krvicks (German) 11 a. m., every
sister, Mrs. Lotta Benfield Sunday.
Sumlay morning. Sunday school at
10 a. in. Saturday school at 2 p. m.
Lewis Reed made a trip to The Dalles
MEMORIAL M. E.
CHURCH. Gresham—P astor , Rev.
Mrs. Harry Sidwell of Portlaml was a
J. F. Dunlop.
S ervicbs , Sunday
guest at the F. H. Reed home last w eek.
Schoo), 9:45 a. m.; Preaching at
11 a. nt. and 7:3l) p. in., Epworth
Mrs. Iva Spybruck has been on the
League <L votional, 6:30, every Bun
sick list for several days.
Prayer meeting, Thursday
veilings at 7:30 p. m. Everybody
M r. Wilmot of Bridal Veil was here
on business Monday.
SAINT MICHAEL’S CATHOLIC
Mrs. E. D. Chamberlain was a caller i CHURCH, Sandy, Ore.—Rev. Berch-
told Durrer. Service» will be held on
the first Sunday of each month at
10:30 a. m.
FAIRVIEW M. E. CHURCH—Rev. J
l ame tuck is une of the most common
O. Coleman, pastor. Set vices, Sun
day Scbotil st 10 a. m.. preaching 2d
forms of mus'-ular rheumatism. A few
ami 4tb Sundays at 11 a. tn. and 7:3U
nppl cations of Chamberlain's Liniment
will give relief. For sale by Gresham
ROCKWOOD M. E.CHURCH—Rev. J.
O. Coleman, pastor. Sunday school
every Sunday at 10 a. m. Preaching
at 11 a. nt. and 7:30 p. m.
A basket social will be hehl at the
Pleasant Home M. E. church on the
evening of Friday, October 2s. This
promises to lx- one of the moat int«-n-st-
ing events of the year. The buyer will
p»y for bis basket according to the
weight of the |>er»on bringing it. There
will lie juat a little of the element of
luck in this, sufficient to make the auc
tion humorous. The proceeds of th«-
The county has ten teams at work on
social will go to the Bunday schixil.
the road north of the station cutting
down the hill.
The Lente Telephone company has
lieen doing considerable work in this
Ja». DeShazer ami family of Firwood vicinity recently.
! were visiting friends here Sunday.
Alice Radke, while on her way from j
Mr and Mrs. Jarl of Kelso were here l-ents to visit Mrs D. C. Maybee last
Sunday met with a painfu ai-cident. A
Mrs. A. Miller is «(uite ill.
hunter cnrlesslv discharge-1 his gun in
J G. DeShazer was around insuring the direction of the road and one of the
shot, fortunately nearly spent, struck
- th«« new buildings Monday.
little girl in the face, cutting thro .
Mrs. Ahnart and Mollie were visiting
her upper lip and kxiging in the gum.
the school one day last week.
Mrs. LaMear is having a veranda
Mrs. Hubert», Lula and Hilda were
entirely around her house.
visiting Joseph DeShazer Sunday.
D. Lawson arrive«) Monday for a
Mr. Garver is spending a few days in
visit with his parents, Mr. ami Mrs. W.
A nu tn lier of people from here at-
tended the progressive meeting at Fir
wood Saturday evening.
Fred Wagoner is progressing rapidly !
with his new bouse.
■r. Jones is busy making neetled re
Mr. Boyer, who hail Ix-en a long suf
pair» on the roads.
ferer from cancer, diol Saturday and
Mrs. A. Bissell and ch Idren of Cleve
was buried Monday in Greenwood cent-
land, Ohio, are here the guests of rela
Men ar«- at work graveling the cros»-
roail south of the M. E. church.
Gra«ling baa commenced on the Tay
lor place preparing for the Mt. Hood < ►
Floyti Iaivelaee spent Sunday with his
Our Methods. Our Stock of
Lumber and Millwork and Our
Mrs Hurt« n entertained Mrs. Spears
Pric-e. We are eontident that it
! of Russellville last Saturday.
will roan It in securing your busi
Miss Ellen Taylor nnd Roy Dawes
ness when you nee«l anything from
were married at the home of the bride's
a post to a bill of lumlier for a
parents at Estacada last Sunday. Both
house or barn.
wer«« formerly from Rockwo«xl and their
The b»-st in «(iiality for the mon
many friends wish them happiness.
ey, is the motto we try to live up
Mr. and Mrs. K. K. Kaser were ac
to. C«>ine in and inveetigate
cepted as new members of the grang«-
S kk E. W. MILLER, LENTS
Wiley-A lien Office
Miss A t»a Middle'on, who ia attend-
MILL AND TAROS AT LENTS JUNCTION
| ing school in Portland, s|>ent Sunday at
The pupils of Rockwiwxi »« bool are
getting subscriptions for an encycloped-
! ia for the school. They have over $25
POCLTRY JOCRNAI. (monthly) . 1.50
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