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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 3, 1911)
Vera Smith is ill with the grippe.
EOK SALE—Canary bird*.
Mrs. Mary Cleveland, who has beeu
John I altnqui»t, Gn-»h«ni. Phon« 326
ill, is improving.
Earl Burch of Portland »¡wnt Sunday
at his fatliers.
FOR SALE—Twenty acres very tve!
Miss Daisy Smith has been ill with fruit land on Mt. IL>.>4 electric survey.
I .ay» level. Will stand investigation.
Miss Pearl Linds« y visited in Port I.. I Kidder. Gnwhain
land this Week.
Fresh Cow s walitisi. T. K. Howitt.
W. J. Wirt* of .-andy came down to
see his family tl - week
LUMBER At our ri w mill I nines
Beu Metxgvr is able to be out again , - utlieast of Kel-*. We deliver hituler.
after bi- receut i.'ness.
LOST—I Black l'on* rid I Ray. win
Miss Elite I Bliley of Portland is vi-.:-
cut on hind leg and bhize in face.
ing her cousin, renrl Fleming
Piease notify us and reward will be
Geo. Preston of Eagle Creek visited paid for same. W. E. M ilson, llnritig,
friends in Grvsham recently.
Mrs. J. M. Short, w ho has Iwen very-
WANTED—Boys mav be had and
sometimes girl*. The older one* at
ill with the grip, is rec vering
ordinary wages mi«! others to lx*
Mi. MeCv.y of New York lias accept schooled ami ear«xi for in return for
-light services rendered. For particu-
ed a position in Wostell A Co.’s stow.
; iars address W. T. Ganlner. superin
Mrs. Guy W«xxl of Moutavilla spent tendent Boys and Girls Aid Svxnetv of
sa few days at W. E. Wool's last week. s Oregon, Portland, tire.
Mrs. Sadie Frank, rural mail carrier
FOR SALE—A 7x9 donkey engine, in
at Boring, visited in Gresham Sunday. gixxi sha|xr.
Bornstedt A Ruegg,
Fran Wostell attended the mer Sandy, Ore,
chants' convention in Salem iast week.
Lots for sale in Cedarville, on easy
Geo. Du ley moved his family into the terms. H. W. Snashall. Pleasant View-
Cromwell house at Cetiarville this Avenue; Gresham. Route 3.
BARGAIN SALES—First-class Stud-
J. D. Kegner of Portland was out eliaker delivery rig. J. F. Beneke,
visiting old friends in Gresham Satur Fairview.
WANTED—For 25 names of persons
Roy Taft of lLxxl River is visiting who do not read the Heard, we will
send a valuable pair of shears Names
his old friend and partner. Fred should be representative of families in
eastern Multnomah and Claekamas
Mr. and Mrs. Roy White of Portland Mai. answe to the Herald Gresham.
visited Mi-ses Grace and Minnie
FOR -ALE—Seed Burbank ctat.><-
Lawrence last Sunday.
No. 1 medium. E. S. Cowden. A. B.
Miss Hazel Ott of Kan as City, Kan Gates place, Gresham Route 3.
sas, is making her si ter, Mrs. Chas.
sey cows. Qua
Cleveland. Jr., a visit.
th<* barn. One
Mrs. W. II. Congd on has returned sired by Love
from New W<-tmiuister, B. C.
re phone 15S.
ports six inches of snow.
Mrs. EUington assisted Miss Culy in horses weighing
for «ale at the
thi* library on Wednesday afierm on Sandy, Oregon.
while Miss Cub- read to the children.
Lloyd Gedatnke of Portland, accom
panied by his sister. Miss Lucile, spent
part of their mid term vacation visiting
old school mat< s in Gn«l un.
Kl IRRA I ION
With apologies t > those to w hom apologies are due,
When I was a sucker and you wen« a carp
\nd side by each, on th«1 Si John's Ix-ach
We flopped nil tlm end of a line.
Wo gasped and squirmed in the Miiveno sun
Ami tlie saml got tn our i w throats,
And I prayed to di«, and I beard V"U sigh
" lliis Kid b.is got our goat .''
We never dreamed as w. dallied near
The bounteous sewer’s vent.
That for such as wo. the <-n«l might l«e
The inside of a Chiue.-e gent.
Yet such it W.4-. and we fetched two bits
And thi- was our finish dtviir
'Twas the eon’s close so we took a doze
I- >r s.>nn urn ply i .i uww- ar«
I think the |K««t--piioeene ;>eiiod
Ma- wii- n we appeared om-e tn tie
1 think it wit« then but it might have l>een
Some weeks later or before.
1 never was very strong on date-
Except those I made with you
Rut 1 know that that tune you were a frog
And I was a bullfrog, too
lie lived and loved iu the same old way
Anti iH.pulaUsl the ls>gs—
Till a kid with a stick, closed that eon out quick
With E.x-eue pollyw- gs.
But we woke again in another age
We were Isuind to evolute
And we still had legs and .¡ad grown some hair
Ind a couple of tails to lxx>t.
So we iiung from the tree* by our slender tails
swung in th<* summer breeze
we sometimes walked and you always talked
tried to sit on my knees,
you were mine and 1 was yours
we monkeyed away our time
never thought, as perhaps we ought
That our origin was in aiime.
At last the eon cam.- to a close
An elephant did for :i e
Whi.e a native’s spear caught von
Aud orphaned our progeny.
When next we started to evolute
Noil were my queen, aud 1 iiav” never lieen
rre from care an«f grief
had n«» ear -, or at least h i 1 ii-me
Till a mim-i -nary cauie b
Who -aid w< should slav.
But I proved it to t
I had that parson i
A 11 s i ir -.u I i u c i
But he had no soul that I could see
And neither my dear, could you.
Then 1 had a tight om* summer day
With another savage cu s ;
Arid it ended bad for you ee he had
Evolnted more than us
He had a gun and his skin was white
And he knocked that eoti tint
And 1 thought wb.-n I knew our end was d
Next I'll evolute like tiiat.
Ami now we re sitting, steins in haml
By the old Wiliamett slime
And we dream of the days away back in the baa«.
of the antedeluvian tnm-s
M hen 1 was a sucker and you w ere a carp
Anti I think a- I silently sit
How we might have fooled th«' Dnrwini in school
II only we hadn't bit.
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President Todd of Willamette univer
sity gave a talk to the high seboo 1
pupil? one day last week. He was ac-
For Sale—A number of first
companied by Prof. Gary of Oregon
milk cow«, fresh awl coming fr»‘-h.
John Gantent .-in, .-.indy r >ad, Ci-
Gresham is a wise little town in Oregon.
bending every energy to secure Bull
-tray N tics—one bay horse, with
Run water by an understanding with two whit, spot“ on head; one white
Portland and hocking on to the big new horse, with rope lialt.r-. one bay ouy
with white face. John Gant<nhein.
main of the metropolis.—Oregon City- Sandy
road, Cleone. Oregon.
Wanted—Yearling hull not Jcri
Word was received here this week Address, box 15. R. F. D. N >. 3, Trout
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that Miss Dora Browning, formerly a dale, Oregon.
Gresham girl, was married at Cliftou
For sa’«—First class seasoned live
recently, to Mr. J. O. Mathews. Mr. Wo <1 delivered at Gresham ;•■>’> a cord.
Browning moved Lis family to Clifton L. Walch. Phone:: 3.
earlv last year, where the wedding took
F-r Sale—25 acres land. 5 acres
place at the bride’s home.
ch ared : small house and barn. Known
Mrs. Candace Files, one of the pioneer as the Jonas Johnson farm in Powell
women of Oregon, died on Wednesday Valley. Emil Satterstroni, Gresham,
at the home or her daughter, Mrs. Ore., R. 2. Phone 266.
Vw. 0!d d id K ire Books
Thomas M. Hurlburt in East Portland.
For Sale—Two bay mar.« com'ng
She was 70 years of age. The funera 3 and 4 year- : one hor-e. colt corning 2
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years, one mare 3 years, two colt.«
bia Slough cemetery. Mrs. Files was coming
2 years, one gray mare, 1<I years,
New and Second-Hand
The hum of industry bears no rela
the mother-in-law of Thomas M. Hurl 1100 draft stock, well bred. G. M.
tion whatever to the ho-hum of the lazy
burt the well known civil engineer.
Bought and Sold.
Beaver State Herald and other papers
lr»K Fifth S( ,
Mrs. Jane M Grant, aged 33, died at
Wanted—At Herald otf'n-e, clean cot
“Hitch your wag m to a “tar,"
211 Second St.. n *Hr Salmon
her home in Gresham, Jan 25, of heart ton rage. Will pay 5 cent a [xiund.
The price of The Herald alone is *1.
Sang the [x>et, heart afire;
disease. Mrs. Grant had been an in
a year, but to those who would like the
But when going to the mill,
valid for a number of years and an
»«Ivantagc of a clubbing rat.- with other
We will trust old Dobbin Ht 111.
papers we offer the following low
attack of grippe brought on her old
Sandv, Ore., Feb. 2, 191E
trouble. She was the youngest sist-r of
Notice is hereby given that the
Reinemtxr these are the lowest Rates
I>r. J. M. Short and came here a few partnership heretofore existing be
To renew worn meadow without
months ago to be under his care. She tween Willard Bosholm, Ned Nelson plowing it, give it a thorough harrow- "T he Herald" in combination with any
leaves a husband, son and daughter and Antone Mikelson. ’and known as ing. so that the carpet of sod is well
of the following:
The funeral was held in Portland and the Firwood Lumber Co., in business torn to bits, then topdress heavily, sow
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burial was in Lone Fir cemetery.
near Sandy for the last three and a grass seed, and harrow an«l brush w EEKI.Y <>KE«1OMAS
A piece of fiannel dampened with half years, will be dissolved the first s nooth. This is especially true of land liAtt.Y
b'l.Yand HCSIMY riKEGONIAN Hot
Chamberlain's Liniment and Ixrnnd on of .March, and that all outstanding ac that is shallow ami stony and hard to SEMI
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to the affected part-« is superior to any counts due to or against the firm plow, land that is full of knolls and DAILY and HCNDAYJOCRNAL T.<*>
We have on hand an ample stock of this line of goods and be
plaster. When troubled with lame back should be paid to Antone .Mikelson at hollows. The process levels and im t I ’ ’AllEh
fore you buy anything for building call and see how Complete
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or pains in the side or chest give it a Sandy, Ore., on or before the first of prove“ such surfaces.—Farm Journal.
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a stock we carry and also investigate the quality.
trial and you are certain to be more March, 1911, and take receipt there
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than pleaaed with the prompt relief fore.
M ' AI.L’H MAGAZINE O,a«i|..»')
which it affords. Sold by all dealers.
I hl. i. tiriee is for delivery by nodi only and
BAPTIST CHURCH—Rev. Ford M «.illy . when
: sent to »«-persie addresses. Hub-
ropers way be
Services, Sunday 1 ■crlpllon«
Enquire of E. I.. Rayburn. L-nt«,
may begin at any time.
('luWring offers : Herald and Oregon
Agriculturist for one year *1.
that beats thorn all.
and 7 :30 p. rn., each Sunday.
FREE METHODIST CHURCH —
All the hundreds of articles to be found in a hardware store
Rev. J. A. H oi ’ i - kr , pastor. Services,
can be f und in our store and at prices to compare with any
Sunday Sch'sil, 10 a in ; Preaching
store in the county.
every Sunday at II a rn. Prayer
meeting, Thursday evening at h
o’clock. All welcomed.
Tin; oi.it reliable
ZION'S EVANGI.LK Al. ( HURCH,
Gresham—Rev. F. II Freund, pa-tor.
S ekvk k - (German; 11 a. in., every
Sunday morning. Sunday school at
10 a. rn. Saturday school at 2 p. in.
J. Elkington, Pres. Jno. Sleret, Vice Prep.
LINNEMANN MEMORIAL M. E.
CHURCH. Gresham—P astor , Rev.
Main and Second Sts.
J. F. Dunlop.
School, 0:15 a. in.; Preaching at
11 a. m. and 7:30 p. rn., Epworth
Prayer meeting, Thursday
venings at 7:30 p. in. Everylxxly
Plumbing that /S Plumbing.
CHL’RCH, Sandy, Ore.—R<-v. Berch-
Foreign Exchange Bought- and Sold
MORE THAN THAT
tolil Durrer. Services will lie held on
Interest Paid on Time Deposits
tl - lirst Sunday of ea< - in mtk ji
10:.'|0 a. rn.
I Sanitary Plumbing and
FAIRVIEW M E. ( IICRI II Rev J
STILL MORE All
o. Coleman, pastor. Se vic«-“. Sun
il <y School at 10 a m.. preaching 2<i
Eire insurance Written
ami 4th -nnd:n at 1 I
rn. ml 7 : 1
I. J. WODAEGE
OLD BOOX SI ORF
School B ooks
HERALD BARGAIN OFFERS
S hort line
U nion P acific
BANK OF GRESHAM
Genera! Hanking Business
HARDWARE CO. .
Mitchell, Lewis & Staver
Notary Public and Conveyancing
E. E. Marshall
ROCKWOOD M. E.CHL RCH—Rev. J.
O. C<>leman, pastor, -iimhiv school
every Sunday at 10 a. m. Preaching
at II a. m. ami 7:30 p. rn.
l’HONE 503, GRESHAM, OREGON