Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914, January 27, 1911, Image 1

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OLD SOLDIERS MEET
AT GRANGE HALL-INSTALLATION
WELCH! S
GOITRE LL
CECIL METZGER MEETS
ACCIDENT AT O.W.P. DEPOT
Miss Augusta I’hender of Portland Is
Snow f«-ll borx to a «lepth of tw«*lv<*
inclx-s from tlx* Htli to H
l '>Hi arxl I visiting Miss Ivy Blackburn.
hat siiow«**l most every «Uy sin«:«*. Tb<*
Mis« Cena Van Fleet is very ill with
filial «now fall has Ix-rii about twenty- appendicitis.
four inches, but th*- present <1* pth is
Mrs. Frank Beers mide a trip to
eight inches. Tlx- barom**l«*r has r«-g- Portland yesterday.
isleted from forlv *l. gr«***« to rixt»-en
W. A. Proctor has a large gang of
Ceremonies arc Conducted by Adjutant G m. Williams—Relief degr«.*e». Imlications m*- today that men clearing land (or him.
While Working on Electric Machine Received 630 Volts
then* will lx* colder w ntlx r.
He Will Recuver
Corps Also Has New Set of Officers
Guy Hoo«l lias gone tri Albany to
Tlx- mall I- l«*ing **arri«*l on horse-
Halt liis folks.
back, lb« road« }«*ing almost impassi-
A large gang of Japs are clearing land
hie. It is report. il that Jerry briel bad
Cecil Metzger, suintant at the O. W. was helpless and unconscious. Dr. Bit-
The officers of the relief corps are :
Last Saturday was a notable day in
to pry liis horae, that was packing lor Frank Beers.
the history of the G. A It and W. R. Mis. Anna Bates, president. Maggie
J.
Hall
ami
family
have
moved
to
tbe
K
^P01 »u»fer.*d a very danger«« acci- tner was hastily called and with the
mail, out of the mire with a pole or
('., Iieiug the date for iii-tallation of Crow, H. V. P. Mrs. Halle Woetell, J.
I «lent last evening. While adjusting a station assistants Mr. Metzger was car-
John Strauss place.
long
pry.
officers in Isilb order« Tim exercises V. P. Mrs. May Emery, Conductor.
Ervin Hood has returned to hie home part of tbe transformer be came in con­ into the office and placed on the floor.
were held in the grange hall in thia city Lillian Chipman, treasurer. Clara Kanej The lagrippe is prevalent in Welches
in Albany after a long visit with his tact with'the machinery, and received a He was able to speak but unable to move.
and the installation was c<mducfi*d by secretary. Litzi« Jack, assistant con­ district quite a numb**r of |*eople hav-
sister, Mrs. R. A. Hntchins.
I ing slight attacks with a bad cough.
shock that threw him to the floor. His He gradually improve«}, was brought
Adjutant General C. A. Williams, as­ ductor ami press correspondent.
E. Andres' two sons are ill with . wife after waiting some time in an ad­
Great
excitement
was
cau««««i
here
sistisi by Past t'ommanders nliaw amt
home and was somewhat better Friday
Bixty-five visitors from Portland, Ore­
measles. Mr. Smith of the same house­
Pike
gon City, Bellwood, lamts ami Bunny- yesterday when Win. Welch, commonly
joining room went to see why he did morning. It is anticipated that he will
The following officers were installed side were present. A fine dinner was I called Billie, walk««l into the house hold is very ill with the measles also.
not return arxl discovere«! that he recover in a few days.
by th«* Si. A. R
1'oat Commander, serveil to the assembly after which [and said lie bad kill&l a buck. Of
Win. Buttler: B. V , Geo. Keiratu; J. short s|MM*«'h«a ami music by the Oregon j course, that meant fri*«h meat, a nice,
PLEASANI HOME
STANLEYVILLE
Special News
V., W. T. Hherwotsl ; Chaplain, J. Hes­ City drum corps closed tbe day's enter­ juicy venison steak. YoO old hunter
Rev. Taylor of Portland is assisting
will appreciate the feeling that pre­
Miss Hester Th rope was given a sur­
Bandy Commercial club, through its
ter; Quartermaster, Henry Kane; Ad­ tainment.
vailed here. All were frightened for prise party on last Friday evening by a Rev. Ca'der during the week’s services committee, P. T. Shelley, Caei-er
jutant, G. it Bates; Officer of the Day,
A committee on condolence was ap-
fear a game warden would walk in be­ large number of her young friends. ' at the M. E. church.
Junker, R. E. Eason and Ed. Bruns
E. G. Ricketts: Officer of the Guarii,
l»>iiit«*d to pr«*|«are a tilting memorial to
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Newland, a have announced a grand basket and pi«
fore the buck oould lx- disposed of. The evening was epent in gatmrs, music,
Thus Hinder.
Comrade N. L. Smith, who lias lieen
Many argumenta were brought forth dancing and feasting and was thorough- daughter,
social with beat of recitatton.singing and
Th«* installation of the W. R. ('. was
called to mourn the loss of liis brother
Mrs. B. C. Setmas returned from instrumental music. “Pie eatin’’ and
condu"te«l l«y Mrs. Jessie it. Harding, Joshua Smith of Salem, whose wife is lor tbe disposal ot tlx* meat, but at last iy enjoyed by all. Those in attendance
Bill« says, “Let's bring him in.” ■o were: Dexter Quux-nbury, Earl Mid- California. She is glad to get beck to apple fishing contest for which prizes
of Oregon City, past department presi­ tbe department president for Oregon.
will be given to take place Saturday
dent.
three of the men started to get it. dleton, Reuben Kaiser. Wilbur Stan- Oregon
Well, we were certainly astonished ley, Roland Quisenbury, Fred Wagner. ! Mr. and Mrs. John Strauss and Mrs. evening, Feb. 11, at Junker’s ball with
( hmic to Her Rcv*drd
*-------- u Duncan have been visiting old neigh­ a dance after everything. Free, except
when we found It was an old buck Ernest Brigger, Heimer Anspach,
rabbit or commonly call«**l snow shoe Mazie Schantine, Julia Anspach, Mautl bors ami friends in California.
baskets, which will tie »>ld at auction,
Mrs. Johanna Weddeler, who lived
rabbit. It was taken to Arthur lair- Johnston, Mabel Pollen, Susie Stanley, .
tbe proceeds to go to tbe Sandy Com­
with her ag«*<l husbanii and her only,
Business along the line is booming
mercial club fund to pay for tbe print-
kin’s who disposed of it. The crowd Myrtle Stanley, Gladys Holgate. Fran­
eon <>n the ol I W«*dd* ler holm-stead in
despite tbe mud and rain. Tbe open- 1 ing of 5,000 folders descriptive pamphlet
thought Billie ought to join a certain ces Bliss, Madeline McDonald, Addie ■
Clackamas county, im«j***«l p<*«<*efiilly
Percy T. Shelley made a trip to Port­
sl,r*nF promises many changes of our beautiful productive Sandy river
(juisenbury,
Miriam Brown, 1 1 »ora
----- I *D,t
club called—well, it la-gins with A
to her eternal home on the 12th ot tins land last Wetineslay with a warrant for
I for the improvement of tbe country.
Stockton. Mrs. Ernest Holgate assist­
country. Everybody come and help
Wai.
Bertman,
who
has
been
staying
the arr«*st of the Keller boys who rob-
month.
ed Mrs. Thorpe in preparing and serv-' Mies Vanfleet is on the sick list.
this worthy cause. Ladies are especial­
with
Mr
Morton,
cut
his
kn«w*
with
an
Johanne Weddeler was born in Ger­ I m «1 the Ketch store «mine time ago, and
ing the refreshments.
Chas. Hunter was here on a business ly invited to bring pies and baskets of
ax
whicii
n-sulted
in
bl«««*l
poisoning.
many September 24, IM10. Al the age on to Oregon City, where he assisted in
trip.
luneb. About March 15 a drama will
Earl Stanley, who has been quite ill I
of twenty-nine she was marri««i to the preliminary bearing liefore Judge He was removed to the Sandy hospital
be given for the benefit of the club ad­
Tbe
five
acre
tract
known
as
the
and
ia
reported
to
I
m
*
in
a
critical
condi
­
will tonsilitia, is improving.
Christian Weddler, and twenty-ua«* Sampson of that city. The older broth­
vertising venture.
Stepbone
farm
was
recently
sold
and
tion.
years later came w ith her husband and er, pleading guilty, was bound in the
Walter Cothrell, formerly a resident will be laid out in town lots.
Mr. Woodard of l’ortlmid is a guest of this vicinity but now a railroad fire- \
only eliil'l, Christian, to America, locat­ sum of five hundred ilol ars to appear
ing in Oregon on a farm near Damascus. before the graml jury. Failing to fur­ at the Welelx s hotel.
*min tietween Portland ami Kalama, | Mrs. John Ixiuderback is on tbe sick
Multnomah Granqe Dance
list.
Here six* live*! with her family the last nish 1»Hid lie was c*>rnmgte<l to jail.
Miss Zip. Ruth and Be«* Murphy, visited here during the week.
Multnomah grange will give another
thirty years, doing her sliaru to build His brother plead not guilty and had Dm B*«lely ami Alex. Holden made a
dance Saturday Evening, Jan. 21. The
William Sales has let a contract for J
up a new country and helping faithfully hie trial set for Jan. 27th, in Sampson's trip to Y*M*ann ami governmeat camp
Multnomah Grange Dance
usual grange su pper will be served.
clearing five acres of land, the job I m *- |
to make their farm tbe pleasant home­ court The go*sla which they were ac­ on skis last week.
They report««!
Richard’s orchestra. Undesirables will
ing
wall
under
way.
It.
will
be
ready
cused of stealing, were found in their having a nice trip and a .« lendid linn*.
stead it nuw is.
Multnomah grange will give a other not lie allowed to remain.
3
for
plowing
when
spring
opens
and
w
ill
suit
cases.
The
older
one
confessed
to
Hhe was known by many of her
'lance Saturday evening Feb. 4. The
make an appreciable addition lu hie Hann I grange supper will be served
neiglilsirs as “Grandma W.sl leler” and serving a term in the Colora«l<> Reform­
LISI IDS
land already in cultivation.
Richard's orchestra. Vtideeirabies will
was loved by all. She was a g'sid wo­ atory but deniwi that his youngi-r
Ask E. L. Rayburn, Lente, about the
not be allowed to remain.
5
Hanse Holgren, the walker at camp
man ami a sincere Christian, happy and brother had anything to du w itlp this
new Leuts match.
No. 2 of the Ml. H'sal railway made a
faithful at all times in the every day robbery.
Unclaimed Letters
remarkable walk during th»- r«***ent
duty of life. A born optimist, she was
Notice to Creditors
The
following
letters remain uncalled
given to look on tbe bright side of every A 96-Paqe Diary for Our Readers snow. He left Gresham nt 5 o clock
A dance w ill be given by the Artisan
for at the Gresham poetoftice for the
Notice is her« by given that tbe un­
in
th«
evening
and
arrived
at
camp
No.
thing, an«l in conssspiem*« thereof
lodge at their hall in Fairview, Satur­
W«> take pleasure in announcing that 2 at live minutes after seven.
week
ending
January
21,
1911
:
dersigned
has
been
appoint««!
adminis
­
He
day night, Jan. .I. Tiekets$l. Supper
brought sunshine ami happiness to our readers can secure a valuable !H1-
Gentlemen's list—Carl Gustafson, Ed­ trator of the estate of Lydia J. Callwell,
counted ttie step« which w«*re 1 >,alo
tlii>se around her.
V
3
page diary for I'.lll by sending four 1- l«y tlx* road. Il is culle«i uiix* miles ward O’Neil, W. H. McIntyre, W. A. deceased, by the county court of the 5 k! per couple extra.
Bless«-*! with a strong constitution cent stamp- to D. Swift A Co , patent
Rhodes (2) Frank Ghelardnec.
stat«* of Oregon, for M dtnoniuli county,
from Gresham.
she fri*<pieiilly drove eight miles to
Medicines that hid nature are always
lawyers, Washington. D.C. This dairy
Ladies’ list—Mrs. Edgar I.. Klemer, and has qualified. All person« having
Mr. Era is suffering from bl**>l pois­
tiresham t*> attend service« at the is worth 25 cents and contains a mein-
Mrs. E. Isman.
claims against said «—tale are hereby moat effectual. Cham!«eriain's Cough
Evang«*lical Zion’s chur* h, of which oranda ami dat<* (or each «lav of the on in his hand, cause«! from a rusty
Cards—P. Ktxalee, A. C. Sherill, E I. notified to present tue sam«* to me at Remedy acts on this plan. It allays
she was a member. Iler lust attendant«* year; tin* census of 1900 and IHIO of the nail. It wns necessary to. have an <>[ or­
Borgert, Jonas Melvan, Jack Burd.
314 Spalding building, Portland, Ore­ the cough, relieves the lungs, opens the
was «m Christinas day. when six* t««>k states , nearly .'IDO of the largest cities ; ation.
These letters will lie sent to the Dead gon. duly verified, within six months secretions and aide nature in rostering
the car at Boring, walking three miles synopsis of useful every day informa­
A delegation if farmers went into tin* Letter Office on February 4. 11*11, if from tin* date hereof.
the system to a healthy condition.
from her home to this siaHun and back tion; business laws; patent laws and county court to see what c*> ll I be doio*
Thousands have Ustifie«! to its superior
not delivered before. In calling Hr the
First publication Jan. 14, 1011.
again On the next day she ami her how to obtain and sell a patent ; bust** tn getting the roads fix<*d >,p wl icli are
excellence. Sold by all dealers.
above, please say “advertised,” giving
HI GH M. CALLWELL,
husband, who is 77 years ol<l, six years ne»s forms; postage rates; and the in bad condition on «*• count of the date of list.
Administrator.
of corn, wheat, oam, tobacco heavy traffic that has lieen lia i • I (
JOHNSON A VAN ZANTE,
her Senior, «piietlv cehbrated Holy a..... ..
I McCOLL, I* M.
Ask al*out the Herald Clubbing offers
and cotton prialuced in each state.
Attornevs.
Communion at their home.
them
The funeral services were held at the
W. Smith, who is staying at
r«*sldem*e mid al the ('mon I'liiiieli at
New Real Estate Company
Andre's, is down with the nx*a«b*.«
Damascus, and were conducled in I lx*
Having opened a real estate ottice in
presell«....... a largt eoncmir»« Of friends
School was. closed Hire«* «lavs
and relatives by Rev. I*. II Freund, tire-hum, we wish a nice list .of lands swk on account of th** ¡lines** *»f
pastor of th«* Evatigf li«*al Zmn's cliurcli
in Gresham. At tin* ie»id«*m«* be s|s ke both wild ami improved to offer our teacher, Miss Paulin«* lleaco*k.
especially for tlx* bi-ixfit ol tlui a/«*«i large li-t of prospective buyer-. If you
The littb* son «>( Mr. and Mr-.
husband, w ho wa* unable to folbiw the have anything tn sell conn* in and sei* Ickler, who has b« *-ti si> k f *r t •• |
remains to llieir last le-ting pla«*e. At U-. U e ate in II position to loindie
the ehuiili liis rcmaiks wen* taken sui'c<*i«efully nil kind- of renltv either three weeks with pnciiu. ii. :-
proving
from John II: I 3. ''Ll not your In art
Is* I roiibh <1, in my la'hci s boils«* me wild or improted, largì* or small, town
Mr. nnd Mrs. G. I. .«led I,.ul . -**\< i<*
many mausmii*.
Interment I**, k colini ry.
attack • •( Hit* grip Hie p.'-t «'* I*
pl <••* in th* Damascus cennm ry.
If your prie** is light we w ill do the
To Jordmi's b.mks w*hen«*’«*i .......... in**, rest.
Mis. B. C. V; Illi ha.. letiliu*!
S mith L avo C omcaxv ,
A»ul hear th«* swelling w«i**r ■ r*,«r.
from
her trip to Cahloruia.
(ittico on Powell street, Gresham.
Father convey Ils salely horn«*,
.1. Christraon, who is im .mg * <■
tf
To friend* not but, but. gum* lx*mi** .
engine for the riveting gnu, m.v «* n
trip to Portland last S.ttiirdav.
KELLER BROTHERS
TRIED fOR ROBBERY
You and Your Chance
Opportunity may knock at your door more then once—pro­
bably it will, but don’t expect it to fall asleep on your doorstep.
It is necessary to be financially in condition for opportunity
when it comes if you ever expect to be prosperous. There is
but one thing that keep£ so many people from becoming wealthy
and that is
The Start
Profit by the experience of others and leave that one thing be­
hind you. Make the start now. Open an account with this
bank now—today. We want the small accounts, and will give
them courteous, carful attention.
Next Dance at Rixhtood
Rockwood grange will give its month-
end dance on Saturday evening, Janu­
ary 28. Richards' orchestra will t><*
then*, and tin* usual grange supper will
la* served. Tickets, $1
I ndesirabli «
will not lie allowed to remain, nor will
they l>e sold tickets if known
Saved at Death's Door.
Th«* <l«x>r of death s«*i*me*l readv to
open for Murray W. Ayers, of Transit
Bridge, N. Y., when his life wa« won-
j derfully saved. “I was in a dreadful
[condition,” In* writes, “my skin was
| al most yellow , <■« »■« sunken, l iugue
I coated, enmtiat<*<l fr mi losing l*' poumls
[ anil growing weaker every day
Viru-
| lent liver trouble was pulling me down
I to death in spite of d'M*l**r
Then tba*
I matchless medicine, Ele< trie Bitter«.
I cure«I me. I regain* d the 10 |**>iiiuls
1 lost mid n**w nm w II nnd «trong ’ For
| all «toninch, liver and kidney troubl«*«
I they are supreme. 5'*e at all dtn.'jists