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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 20, 1911)
The lent» grunge had a very inter
Sandy, January IK— I.. J. Ranney of
Fairview, January 18—Mr» E Wet
more ha. returned from Portland where Three-Htx wa» a Sandy viaitor on bi» esting day lust Saturday.
, morning the general routine of business
■ lie »pent th» |>aat »everal day» with way home from Portland last week
her daughter, Mr». A. L. Htone, who
The baby boy of Mr. and Mr». V. C. was taken up and the lir»t and second
han been III.
Fonbcrg dim I last Thursday morning ol ¡degree» were given to Mr». Haynes.
Mr. and Mr», Gustafaon entertained indignation. Tlie little jirie had never Many visitor» were pri-went: Mr. Bl»i-k
their daughter and hii.hand, Mr. and linen very »trong, blit loving care and and wife of Woodlawn; Mr». Windle
Mr» G. It. Dean ol Milverton, la»t week. ■killed treatment hail kept hiui alive and Mr. and Mr». Kellar, Mr», and
j Mi«« Castro of i 'lsckama«; Mr». Taylor
Mr nnd Mr». E. G. McGaw and until lie wa» past four month» old
and daughter, Mr. and Mr», and Mi»»
daughter, Mi»» Be»«ie, «|»ml Bunday at
' avail. The little body was laid to rest Nlbblin, Mr. and Mr». Jam«» Kelly and
their cottage here.
in the Sandy Ridge cemetery. The | Mrs. P. Kellv of Evening Star grange.
Oren Dunbar and bride are here
Alter a very creditable dinner wa»
Tli» i| uh rt«• rlv ini' tinti of thè Method- »pending a few day» with Mr. Dunbar'» parent» have the sympathy ol thia
l served Mi»» Ison and Mis» Fox were
lai uhurch wua beh! W»dne»day after- parent», I*. H. Dunbar and wife.
"How »trange it seems with ■<> much ’ present to tell of the good work of the
A. 1.. Stone wa» here to spend Sun
Portland branch library at Is-nt« Mr.
Work oli tbe poor fami ha» b.-.-n alia- day witli In» brother, II H. Stone.
| C'lton of Oregon City preaentod hi»
Of life and love, to »till live ’’
penda.! un ai'OOUlit of weatber condi
view» on wingln tax, while Mr. Palmer
J. A. Dunbar and wife »pent Sunday
Sandy grange, No. 392, met in regular
with relative» al the home ol 1). S. meeting Saturday and under th« able was opposed to all of .Mr. U’Ken’i views.
C I. Rakm, «ilio recently look i »a- liunlair.
After the program Mr». Niblin and
leadership of Mr. Spooner of Orient,
aaaaion ol tlu* Unitoti fami, lia» burli
Mr». A. B. Moller visited friend» in Inatailed the following officer»: W. M., daughter installed the officers of the
tuaking ini proveniente on tli» place
Lento grange in a most pleasing and in
Portland the last of the week.
A. C Tiiomaa; overseer, M. V. Thymus;
teresting manner. Every officer elect
Mra. Ine» Crngheitd lina reaiglied ber
The Pacific Const Construction com lecturer, Mr». Molair; »ecretary. Jam«»
was present to be installed.
|Hiaitinn »a lilirarlan »mi Mia» lingue ia pany nre unloading n ear lond of hay.
Bell; treasurer, Bert Jonarud ; steward,
Many of tlie visitor» »poke very high
The family ol G. It. Green are pre
ly of the degree work done by the
Mra. J. I FrU'k, Mra. E. .1 Hn”W, paring to move back to Portland.
Joe Albel: chaplain, Mr». Fisher;
Ijento grange. The yearly report of the
Mra. F. D Hubbard, Mr». Elicli W righi
Flora; Mr». Jonarud, Cere»; Mr».
secretary »bowed 177 as membership.
ami otbera frolli Ilio city, are expecled
Field», Pomona; Maggie Edwards, I..
Mrs. Deming and daughter are mov
itera on Friday evcning to »Itemi Ilio
A. Steward. Mr». A. C. Thoma»; gate
meeting ol thè <1. I*.. H.
Mr», ituleigli Wal»on 1» reported a» kei pi-r, Itee Nelson Under the efficient ing to Forty-nine and Hawthorne.
Mrs. Holte viaited in l>mt» Sunday.
directorship of tin» staff ol officers, the
Mr ami Mia J H. Waabington of ■ lowly improving
Ilplte is a daughter of Mr. and
li..liana, alio buio beoti Vlaltlng tlir
Mr. Gillett ha» »old hi» place on the
i Mr». Hummel.
Mr. Hurumel ha»
fallitile» of (' I
Raker uml li. I*. I Bu»e l.lm-
lie intend» going to »outli coming year.
lini ey, lelt (or tlieir himie luci Monday er Il < Iregou to locate
Mr. Shelley lias leased hi» blacksmith lieen quite jseirly for the past two
It 1» thought Allton Shantin, Jr., han »hop for one year to the Sandy stage
Mr». E. L. Rayburn is on the sick
1 appendicitis and will have to undergo
time to the juetiee1» office, notary work,
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Brockley of Ohio
Geo Boland will eoou go out of the
A Very charming birthday party wa»
real .-state, etc. He wishes to thank are visiting tlieir nephew, Prof. Ilcrsh-
given lor W. II Peter» at the Adolf
his customers (or their help while lie ner. They arrived Saturday.
Aacliofl home last >aturdav evening. A move to Tiganiville where lie and III» had charge of the »bop.
ilelldoua luncheon wua served and non-in law I*. C Huffman, will buy a
Il i» reported tliat Casper Junker ha»
dancing, curd" and music entertained lot and erect a »tore building. Mr.
»old lii» hotel and salism to Mr. Wolf
tlie gue.t. until tin* "urr aina* hour»."
Th« pi;>e will soon tie laved from the
of Dover; consideration, ♦»,•» a I. He
A large nuiiil>er ol Hull Kun young peo keep) g »tore there at the present time.
Saidy river lube stand pi|*. Most of
ple attended ami all Ilf I lie guests voted Mr. !l>dand ba» made many friend»
it has lieen tested.
i lu re all of w hom regret Id» leaving. making it in two sections. The increas
Mr Peter» a delightful boat.
Zena Neibauer is quite tick with the
John Richmond will take the »tore
Mra. Helm» has returned from Port-
land and report» A lei improving
G. Moulton, while out hunti' g last
Jmne» Brown, who recently »old bn
Monday, »hot a small wild cat.
large holding» in eastern Oregon, will
A number of ca»ca of grip have lown
Mias Alva Andre has lieen visiting
»oon leave for »outhern Oregon where ty »» a detective having caught Keller
re|H>rteil. bcliool an» closed Tuesday
lie expect» to l a ate. He ban lieen ntay- brothers, who left here aeveral week» friend» near Sheridan for a couple of
on account of the iHtiea» of Mi»» Glut«».
I mg with Inn brother John, and mother ago, leaving behind several debts and weeks.
A miiiilx-r of Italian» are clearing Mr» Earneat a couple ol week».
taking Mrs. Douglas»'silverware. When
School cloned Monday for a short ;
land on Hie Minainger ranch
caught they had in tlieir |»>»ses»ion time on account of the measles.
Mi»» Bertha Weiland wa» on th» sick
Mr. i> l>onnell »pent »everal day» the list a few day» la»t Week and wa» un goods taken from Geo. Ketch's store.
Bert Heigbton of Sandy is finishing |
1’hey are now in jail wating for pro Fid. Hamilton's house.
pant Week ill Portland, lie baa the able to attend to her work in the city.
oHitnul for clearing a large tract id
Glen and Earl Andre, who have lieen
Earl .Middleton lo»t hl» riding pony
land on the Kechill place.
The Sandy drug store is l>eing remod quite sick with the mi-a»les. are getting |
eled and when finished it will lie an along nicely.
Me«»ra. lioeaain mid Curran of Bull
up-to-date establishment. G M Tal
Kun were gueata of W. II Peter» on
mage, assisted by the proprietor, is do
Agriculturist lor one year fl.
ing the carpenter work.
Mr Pritle has moved his gasoline
George Hennessy celebrated his four
When buying a cough medicine for
Herald mid Farm Journal II .Ml. The
drag saw to J. Filli» to cut wood.
children, Iw-ar in mind that Chamber- Journal will come for two year» and teenth birthday Sunday. A number of
L. Westland was very busy last week
his friends met and spent a pleas nt
lain a Cough Remedy 1» moat effectual
for cold», croup mid whooping c ugh, your choice of Horae Secret», Poultry afternoon with music, games and re hauling wood.
and that it contain» no harmful drug Secret», Corn Secret», Corning Egg freshments.
Mr nnd Mrs. Fanglit was in Portland
For »ale by all dealer»
l«iok. with each order. Order nt once.
The Mt. Hood railroad did a great last "aturday on business.
deal of teaming during the snow. They
O. Bisieen and H. Schultz made a
'are rushing the work a» much as |n.»si- dying business to Portland last Friday.
A quantity of metal window
Joe (iould, a tinner, started a shop ,
frames are being hauled through at at I^tourelle last Saturday.
II. Burkholder is very busy hauling
The snow is fast disappearing under hay.
the velvet touch of tlie gentle elnnook.
Rev. Brower of Pleasant Home tilled
Rev. Ried's pulpit Sunday evening
Notice is given that the administaator i
George Odell visited with the home
folks at Brightw<s>d a few- davs last of the estate of 8. B. Edwards, de-!
ceased, has file<l his final account as
such administrator of said estate with
Mrs I,upton's mother. Mrs. McCloud,
the clerk of the county court of the
came out from Portland Saturday.
state of Oregon for Multnomah county,
Dr. Lupton was called to Pleasant and the judge of said court has ap-
l>ointed and fixed the 25th day of Jan- ‘
Mr. Parrot's gasoline engine froxe up ' nary, 1910 at 9:30 o’clock a. m. of said i
during the cold snap, as did alro Dr. day as the time, and the county court
room in the court room in the court;
Do you know when you are getting first-
Mr. Ketch, who recently purchased house of Multnomah country, state of
class service? You do and I know you do.
the Douglass store, is in Portland for a Oregon as the place for hearing of ob
jections to said tinal account and the
That is the reason I cater to your wants for
R. F. Dittert, the harness maker,
CHARLES E. EDWARDS,
I pride myself on my good service. Good
made a trip to Troutdale Tuetwiay.
Mrs. E. M. Douglass is slowly recov
service every hour of every day is one of my
J. N. BROWN, Atty, for Administrator. I
ering from her severe illness. She is
still at the Portland sanitarium.
Proctor A Strauss have reopened
Making Life Safer
tlieir sawmill after lieing shut down for
Everywhere life is living made more
safe through the work of Dr. King’s
Troutdale, J.muary I* Mi»» l-'v»
Il u<l.oli rvli'limlcil ber fmirteeiitli
blrtliday «nn»iv.-rwMry witli a party la»t
Tm-aday «vetiltig. Qiilte u mini ber of
yoiing |«»q>l«> w«r<< preaent and «peni a
Tini meeting uf tli» motlier«' ami
teai-lirr«’ eluli halli Inni Frlday aitar-
( kmiii *»• »11 il11USIi»11y ilitcrealing oli»
ami w » h w.-ll attorniali by thè parent»
Tlie paper Rivali by Mia» Miliari) waa
grcatly eliJoyvd by »11 pre »ut
S E RVI CE
There ¿ire three kinds
of Service — Good, Bad
New Life Pills in constipation, bilious
ness, dys;a*psia, indigestion, liver
troubles, kidney diseases and bowel
Several families intend to leave for disorders. They are easy but #ure. and
homesteads in the Nehalem county as perfectly build up the health. 25c at
soon ns spring opens up. Among them all druggists.
being the Mincks, W. W. Howitts and
Constipation is the cause of many ail
R. Snyder of Lents was out fixing up ments and disorders that make life
fences and otherwise improving his miserable. Take Chamberlain's Stom
twenty acre place on Buckley avenue.
ach and Liver Tablets, keep your
Win. Austin has been brought home bowels tegular and you will avoid these
and is being cared for by his daughter, diseases. For sale by all dealers.
Mrs. Frank Carr. Mr. Austin's right
side is entirely paralyzed. He ia almost
Herald and Farm Journal fl.oO. The
speechless Imt is cheerful and grateful Journal will come for two year and
for the visits of neighbors and friends. your choice of Horse Secrets, Poultry
Several sleighs were brought out Secrets, Corn Secrets, Corning Egg
from their hiding places and put on the book, with each order. Order at once.
road. If the timber continues to be
ent down every family will have a
Semi-Weekly Journal Clubbing Offer.
sleigh as well as the usual buggy. It Regular $2.50 price, both Herald and
looks as if the east was sending lots of Journal, |2.00.
climate in the baggage of her tourist»
and prospective residents of Oregon.
Try the new match—the Lents match.
WEST SECTION LINE
Good Goods and Good Service are nec
essary in the building up of a first-class
mercantile business. Successful merchants
slight neither. I specialize both and you
appreciate all I offer.
Good goods, good service right prices and
the privilege of buying what you want—my
customers receive all these. Is it any won
der they are satisfied? I want to please you.
Sure, convenient, economical.
Do yon know that fully nine out of
your grocer for them.
• very ten cases of rheumatism are
simply rheumatism ot the muscles due
Something new—Now it is the new
to cold or damp, or chronic rlieuma-
tisin, and requires no internal treat Lents match—cheap, sure, at your
ment whatever? Apply Chamberlain’s grocers.
Lintnient freely and see hoW quickly it
gives relief. For sale by all dealers.
Ask about the Herald Clubbing offers
BANK OF TROUTDALE
. ..YOUR HOME
BANK . ..
Will pay you 3 % on 6 months’ deposits, 4 % on 12.
Check Deposits Solicited.
Drafts and Letters of Credit Issued.
Tax Statement on application.
. PERCY T. SHELLY & CO.
Practical Horseshoeing and General Blacksmithing*
Implements, Buggies ’and
Wagons in Stock
G. M. Talmage in charge of Wood-Work Repairing |
Lame and Interfering Horses Carefullv Attended
HAY FOR SALE
MILL AND WAREHOUSE
Hay, Grain and Mill Feed
MENDOTA COAL by the CAR, TON or SACK
Rockwood's Leading Merchant
INVITES YOUR PATRONAGE
I MCI T n 4
ln OREGON’S MOST RELIABLE ASSO-
CIATIONS furnished at mixlerate rates.
Wilt not'represent any company unless thoroughly reliable
City Carriage j
and Shoeing Shop:
Mill 1 1-4 mllos southeast of Kelso
LUMBER $6 AND UP
Large stock of Dimension Lumber on hand
Rough and Dressed lumber for all purposes
Shoeing, Repair and Car- •
send order to JCN8RUD BROS. Boring RD 2
J. J. JOHNSON
H. PERRET, Prop.
JOHN VAN ZANT!
Expert Tinner after Jan. 1. •
Eve and Gutter Work.
Repairing of all kinds.
Johnson à Van Zante
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Removed from Commercial Bldg, to
814 Spaulding Bldg.. &l à Washington
Agency for Fairbsnks En- Z
gines and Water Systems •
C. L. QUINN
and General Job Work
horseshoeing a specialty
Our Methods. Our Stock of
Lumber and Millwork and Our
Prices. We are C -’tident that it
will result in securing y.-ur busi-
new when you i ted.an thing from
a post to a bill ol lumber for a
house or barn.
Fairview, - Ore.
Firwood Lumber Co.
The best in quality for the mon
ey, is the motto we try to live up
to. Come in and investigate
Dealers in Rough and Dreatod
S kk E. W. MILLER, LENTS
MILL ANO TAROS AT LENTS JUNCTION
Special Prices on all Old Stock