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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 24, 1911)
Mi Scott, beli 22 Mrs. Kob. l'hwp
riami, »ho ha» laen tli» la-ut» lil>r»riaii
for a y<-ar or mori-, li»» resigli»! ber
positivo and mi III« tirai ol Marcii, Mia»
Marni ilarvey will take charge of thè
work Mra. Cbapman, bett»r known
a» Mis» Merrill, li»" inaili- a go<-d libra-
rian l>«ing alasi» ready lo givo every-
<me court««!» treatment ami aid In «e-
curing wlmt tliey waiit<-d.
Grandma Jolitiaoll <>f Mi H,-ott ha»
lict-11 quit<* »lek (or tlic |Mi»t week.
Mr» Lalla Elliott, Mr»
grami'laughti-r, wn. wiih ber l«»l week.
A *>11 »»< 'fatrn U» Mr. and Mi».
Wrlglit I h <t Frlday. Mi». Wrlglit ia a
sistcr <d Mia» Georgi« Hall.
Mr». (irialrr an<l lu-r -iaugliler, Grwta,
wlfh thè lauilly of Arthur
<i«i»l«r 011 Humlay
Mr. and Fay Oalwr of Hunnyaid« viali-
ed Mr (hdrr’a alaler Humlay eyenitig
•Mra. Roldiina ol William» nv«nue
visited friend» in ln>nt» Humlay.
Joe IlartieM la »uffering (roti) an in-
jtired (oot and will law unable to work
for a few day».
Mr». Mary Peiinnian, a sister of
W. E. Tboinaa, will leave the hospital
Mrs. Petiiiman wa» oper
ated U|»>n a few wi-eks ago. and not
much hoi* was entertained for her re
covery. We arc plca.esl to know »lie
ia regaining her lo-kltb.
Mr Brugger, who was injured about
< lirlatinaa by llo- discharge of a gun, ia
out for tiie first thia week.
The grange will give an entertain
ment 'larch It. Remember the date
Troutdale, Feb. Tl— Troutdale Chap
ter, No. Hit, <• E. H., gave u banquet
Inst Hntiirdav night tn honor of the |>a»t
matron». Those present from Portland
Mrs E. .1 Know, Mr». J. I,
Funk, Mr. ami Mrs. G. N Reynold»,
A. II Hell ami Mrs. Elb-n Wright
From < ireaham, .Mr. ami Mr». Cliarle»
Cleveland, Mr and Mrs. J. W B m I i -
meyer. Mr. and Mrs E (i. Katdell and
Mr. and Mr». Writ Congdon. From
ItlM'k WIHHl, Mr. and Mrs W Halen ami
Mr. ami Mrs. W Stanley. From Trout
dale, .Mcsdaines Aaron Fox. G H
Logan, l> W. M<-Ray, Dan Mlckley,
B W. firant ami Cavanaugh.
Mr ami Mr». F. if. Hubbard, old
time resident» of Troutdale, who moved
to Portland Inst spring, are both ill
with typhnid fever. Mr Hubbard is iu
a city hospital and Mr». Hubbard n al
her home at Stockdale
Mra. Jam«» Fitzgerald who ha» Imeti
very ill at her home here, is improving
Iler mother, Mr». Durach, ot Washing
ton is with her.
Martin Nelson visited old friends here
thi» week after an ala» nee of several
weeks spent In California.
II l> Parkins ol Lyle, Wn«b , visit
ed old friend» this week.
R. Roads has taken the position as I
section foreman amt will move his fam
A Hanioni I» making an addition to
hi» house west of town.
Life Sax cd at Death’« Ikwir
“I never f«*lt wo near my grave
write« W R I'aib-riNiii, ol Wellington,
Tex.1 “«« a ben a h ightlul rough and
lung trouble pulled tne down !< j I'*’
¡Mtinulf», in •pile of do<tor’»» tr«*ntm<-nt
for two year« My father, mother and
two Ni«ter« died of <*on*>iimpUon, «nd
th«t I am «Ihe U n I iv in dur solely Io
I t . King*» ,\ea Dmcoteiy, which toin-
|»le rly * und me N*»»u I u. igh 1H7
pound« a lid hav« ln*rn well am! strong
for year«.” Quiik, ►*♦(»*, Miro, its the
I a«« I remedy on earth for coughs, colds,
lagrippe. ns lima, croup and all tbiuat
ami lung troubles. AUc Hint 11 0 ». Trial
buttle tr»M’. » »iiarantw'd by «Il <lrug* 1
Fairview, Fel>. 22 Mr and Mr«. E.
Smith have returned from a few day«
»l>ei>t in Albany.
Mira Isiuise Moller of Portland »pent
Bunday with her mother, Mr». A. B.
.1 II. Hcbratn ia moving liis cottage,
lately purchaaed from Mr». J. E
Wimlle, onto his lots on ( <-d»r street.
I). W. McKay is having Id» lot« locat
ed in th« south end
ready for the erection of buildings oo
Mr. ami Mrs W A. Townsend made
a week end visit with Mr aan<i Mr». J.
Cleo May, the two year old daughter
of Mr and >ra. Nathan K<>wi«y of
Bairdsdale station, di d at the family
home last Humlay ami was buried in
the Hall cemetery on Tuesday. Funer
al «ervleea were conducted from O«rl-
■oti'a i-hapel at Greeham.
The stork made a visit to Richard
Anderson’» home last Sunday night and
left a Ixiy and a girl. Mother and
babiea doing well.
An election for the purpose of elect
ing or rejecting a proposed amendment
to the < ity charter will be held nex
Wednemlay, the first day of March.
George Shaw ha» agaiu taken up hi«
residence with hi» brother, Grant Hhaw,
Mr» W.C Burch ami youngest son
of Gresham are visiting friends here
J. W Ih nei ke ami family were called
to Portland Sunday on account of the
serious illm-ra of a relative. .
Multnomah Grange will give another
dance Haturdav evening, Mar<-h 4 Th«
usual grange sup|»-r will Is- served.
Richard's orchestra L’ndeairable« will |
not )>r allowed to remain.
Ltitone Malar of Firwood returned
Sunday from a week spent taking the
farmer’s short course t Corvallis. H«|
waa visiting Mr«.
re|»>its a lim- time well sp<-nt.
Anna Cooper Sunday.
Mr ami Mr«. W II Coons enter
A. .1 Morrison, who ha» fawn quita
tained as guest», Bunday, Mr. ami Mrs.
ban improved very much.
Ralph Nester. Mr and Mrs. F. II.
I* Magnolia whs a Portland vieitor
Wagner, Mrs Ixrlali Hliieldaand daugh
ter. Mildred, Mrs Nellie Pelton and last week.
children, allot Portland, also their son,
Mr and Mr« A Miller s|<ent Sunday
John C-suis, id Troutdale.
with Jo». DeSliazar ami family.
Mr and Mrs. Alinart were calling ia
(dr J of I honks
to thank our many frienda
Yanes Cixqier han lieeti employed th«
<11 assisted us during the past week blasting «tump« and trim
illness ard death of our dear ming fruit trees for Jos DeShaxer.
r o llotMik ano Wir«,
Harry Hutton of Portland in spending
J. F. R okki '. t »,
a few weeks with the Cisiper family.
M K». M A MIK DlHIIMI-
H<>w to cure a cold la <i qu< sti ti in
which many arc Interrateci ju»t now
Falla Victim» to Thieve»
('hambrrlain'« Cough Rt nifldy ha* won
H W Bernia of Coal City, Ala., baa a
it« grtmtr reputation and iinineiiae ante
by ita remarkable <*urwof <»4da. It
---- I juriitlabie grievance Two thieve« atole
«ale by I ^i» l'e«lth fur twelve year». They were
a I m «) r I n
ltf|M9t|i|e<t Upon For
I a liver nmi kidney trouble. Then Dr.
j King'» New Life Pills throttled them.
! lie'a well now. I'nrivalcd for conati-
I'.-hnc.it r, Pearson». '■ation, malaria, beadacha, dyspepsia;
Herald, #.<..'»• (or
2A Sulwrila. m>w.
For »ale by ail dealer».
ARE YOU GOING
OUR PRICES ARE NOT 1.1 M
ITED TO TIME
2(.)d to oOd nails
8d common .
And so on down the line.
Seeds of All Kinds
Oliver Chilled Plows and extras
on hand at all times
Utah Land Plaster
Extra Star A Star Shingles
100 lbs. Stock Salt -
$12 per ton
2,10 pt r M
DOORS, WINDOWS, PAINT
¡'rout dale, Ore
Mr and Mr». II I. Bartholomee of
Mun ea|sdia, and Mins Fannie Blood of
Hell wins I are visiting the family of Mr.
Blood thin week. Mr. Bartholomew i«
a proe|>erou» dairyman of Mintieapoli«
ami is viniting thin country in view of
buying a dairying ranch here. Ha is
greatly pleased with the tine timber
nmi Is-autiftil scenery, hut is di«eourag«d
with the high price of land.
Mra. G. R Woodie was visiting in
Rev Kitzmiller is sprating the Tn-
giill’s commercial orchard this week.
<’ \ Keith was in Sandy Saturday.
1: Magnolia wh « blasting stump« for
the Walton contractors. Monday.
Handy, February Zl— Born, to Mr.
arid Mr». Allison, Thursday, February
10, a 10 pound girl.
A. B Hhelh-y, a real <-«tate man of
Hood River, visitvl relative» in r-amly
last Thursday and Friday.
Tlie «ound ol the hammer arid saw
can ler heard from morning until night
in this busy little place. Th« new bank
building IN making rapid bear! way; the
two building» Mr. Junker has made of
th« old iiall are nearing completion;
the new »alixrn building 1» aluioet done
and Hhelley’s bungulo is-fins to look
Mr». J. M
Donahue visited her I
mother a couple of day» the first of the
Mr». O. L Walter of Hood River vis
ited her slater, Mr». Talmage, thi» week.
Two new rnemliers were Initiated into
the Rebekah lodge last meeting night.
After lodge, the Odd Fellow» served
the Rebekahs with a most tempting
lunch, which waa heartily appreciated.
The entertainment given at tlm M. E.
ehurch by Mr». Marguerite Hhelley
Walter Wedne»day evening was fairly
well attended. Tho»« present enjoyed
a rare feast of pathetic and humorous
The Binging ela»a met at the M. F?
luiorch Tuesday evening, organized ami j
elected the following i.flicer» : Pea dent,
Geo. Bornstedt; eecre ary-treaaurer,
M lea Kat rax .accompanist,Mrs Talmage ;
aaeistant, Gertrude Meinig As stated (
in last week a note«, the time will be I
devoted to the study ot the rudiment» I
of muaic, note reading and singing. It
ia hoped the young people will take'
hold of this thing with a right good will 1
for aai'ie from the study, the social life
mean» considerable. Remember, every
Toeeday evening at 7 :45. Free.
There will be a Farmer»' institute
held in Bandy, March 17. Watch these
notes for particular»
The Shakespeare club met at the
home ot Mrs. Talmage Monday even
ing for organization. The following
officer» were elected: President, Mrs.
Mabel I.upton; vice president. Mrs.
Blanche Shelley; secretary. Mrs Paul
ine Talmage; treasurer, Mr. Ried.
Committee on by-laws and constitution,
Dr. Lupton. R E Eieon, G. M Tai
mage, Blanche R. Shelley. The club
will meet with Dr. and Mm. Lupton
Mrs Alf. Heli WM taken to the Port-
land hospital yesterday for an opera
Mra Phoebe Friel, who died at her
home near Cherryville. Feb 13, was laid
to reel Feb. 16. She waa born Nov. 3.
1M6, at Centerville. Delaware. She
was married to John T Friel, Sr., at
Marcos Hook, Penn . Dec. 29. 1H64.
They lived in the state of Delaware un- '
til IRKA when they removed to Sioux
City, Iowa. Here they lived until J9IJ6
when they came to their present home
near Cherryville. Mr». Friel wa« the
mother <>f ten children She leaves to1
tnoarn her loss her husband and seven
children. Mrs. Friel grew to young
womaiihiasl under the care of a
Methodist mother, but at the age of 2V
nnitcl with the Baptist church. She
lived a long, U«eful life, was devoted to
her family ami it may be well said ot
her. "Well done, thou good ami faithful
Miss la-la l.asley. danghter of Mr
and Mrs F. I.asli-y nt lluhliert, grada
nted from one of tin- Portland high
schools, w hich she I has In-i-n attending !
the last four years, She is nt present
H. A. Damali, the editor ■ f the
takings post graduate course and later
expects to enter the university at Beaver State Herald, visited Sandy
Mrs. J M. Donahue and Mr. ami
Miss.Mice Rasmussen left last Satur-
duv for Grass VaLley, Sherman county, Mrs P T Shelley went to Cherryville
Tbur day to sing at Mrs. Friel’s
where she is engaged to teach school.
The Rooter Rock water company is
busy constructing a large supply tank.
Mr and Mi* John Nelson and
The dam, which was put up a couple of ter »ere Kelso visitors Sunday looking
years ago, is doing goml work
There over the clearing on their farm which
ia plenty of water power and the people is nearing completion and also visited
are looking forward to the future when their new purchase of twenty acres on
an electric plant ia likely to be in- the Boring road.
I. Rusnell of t’orbett visited his
It is expected that the Troutdale car daughter. Mrs. John Nelson, ami his
line will la- extended through thia art son, Rislin Russell, last week.
of the country. The surveyors are busy
Fiank McCormic, son of Mick Mc
now surveying a line towards Mt. Hood.
Cormic, met with a serious accident
Mr. and Mrs. I*. Reed of Portland Wednesday. While disking in the field
were at Rooster Rock a couple of days back of the barn, he saw a large hawk
and went to the house for his ?? rifle
C. J. l.ittlepage of Mosier, owner of Returning to the field, he placed the
Mountain Pale farm, «i< hereon liusi- gun on the dink and went on with hie
work In an hour or two his father re
ni'sa last week and < ailing -n mends.
with some colts he was bringing
Ed. Lee and Mrs A. Julien drove to
Portland in their new carriage last in to break One of the colts left the
i barn yard ami Frank attempted to turn
! it back. Someway in gettingoff thedisk
Mr. Cronsier is ill at the home of his the gnn was discharged. The bullet
daughter. Mrs. J Pounder.
entered the bowels ami ranged upward.
.1 beaver is busy grubbing away part It waa thought it passed through the
stomach and lodged in the lung Dr
of Mr. I ittlepagi s orchard.
( It is begmoirg to look like spring up Lupton was called and after a hasty ex-
i here. The farmers are preparing the t »minatimi decided the l»*»t thing to do
soil for early spring crops, and it is well w»a to take li ni to Portland lie was
to remember that he who rows well, placed in the auto ami with bls father
and Mr. Shelley was rushed to the
' shall also reap well.
Good Samaritan hospital where the
operation wa» performed Latest re-
Wife Got Tip Top Advice
port today said he was resting easy.
•'My wife wanted me to take our hoy
i to the doctor to cure nn nglv boil,”
Writes It Frankel of Stroud, Okla. *’I
Yon are probably aware that pneu
said‘put Bucklen'a Arnica Halve on it ’ tnonia always results from a cold, but
She di s<,, »ml it curial the boil in a you never heard of a cold resulting in
shorflfme." Quickest healer <>f burn», pneumonia when Cbamberlnin’s Cough
scald«, cuts, corns, bruise«, sprains, Remedy whs need. Why trko the risk
Best pile cure <>n earth. when this rwinelv may be had for a
Try it. Only 2Tn- at all dealer».
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