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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 24, 1911)
Granqe ( ount) (onvcnikm
fie the Mt. H.xai eouipany at Bull Run.
was a Sunday goes* at Marmot.
A seriou» aceuient was nearly experi
enced at the hot. i ist Katunlay even
ing, but it end«»l happily a» it saved
th ■ lite of one ot our pronn»i:ig y .mg
civil engineers Eben Holden
IL'Idea w as u a very pr«*»ari"U« | '«I-
ti. n when a ■ ve ill ill ell a bri«k tir«*
was burning 'I over oi him, thereby
saving him I -nt a still more terrible
Mis» R.i.u aii-l Mi M.i'arx-« i-.o»
a fishing trip to the Sandy bri.lg.- on
X neck’!.- social ar. I entertain«« lit
follow, I I'V a «ocia) dam e will I h * given
at t e \“ch -ff Imine n xt Saturday
evening The proc, * ds will lie used to
purchase pictures for th-* seh«.ol
M and Xtrs. I- J. A«eliotY and »m^ll
sou, «‘tt , of Portland are gn«*«ts at th«'
X». hoff 1 - --.e
PUer eoope out in the open air il poet ,
ble aud rub the aft, vied | art* with coal .
oil and a little lard inorniutf and even '
niv ilao take a leather and dip in coal ,
li a cobi i
oil and tiwab out the tinea
r ' . leu« ili
ia taken in tini» »lui iiir«sl
run« info roup. ibi» treatment i» •Il
tli it » tie«*«lod to effev’t ’ euri*
AU wh I hai .tin;»:•» granges in Oreg n
«ill «■ ' a I .'.<■ > »ales t . I h. ir r<-» p«» .-i.i<
untv «■■ iiwnli -i.» at tiieir next meet-
gv. The tell g.ai g.s.l Multnomah
Build. I«. why ie.! build your hoii««>
uulv will ciecl three delegateseaci',
of cement block» ' Tliey are
ith an equal un brr <«i alteruat«»
tuoi»tiire ppv«»f and tire proof
he principal duty of the county cou
save you inaurane«* mid paint
Sc* Reul Tstdte ( timpani
They will miik. you comfort able
nt ion is to elect representatives to
Bl-s'k- tor cellar f'.unduti.iii». VI»*
Having o|*cmsl a r.-al **»t ite « Ilice in
is state grang*. which till« year wil
elio» I » r than solid . olierete mid look
Gre»ham, we wish a pu*v ,i»t of lands
>eet at < orvalli» on the second Tues
Imth vvil.l and improved to offer our
ly in May. Multnomah county is en-
Call un.l talk it ov <-r or telephone »
large list of proap. ■! •■ «
tied t<i six representatives to be
have anything tv «ell c *ni«* )■ au.Laee '
losen from tour of the ten grange» ot
XX «• are in a i «ition
A« the representatives
-n... -s: ully all kinds
iways go in pairs—man and wife—b u
wild o improved, .arg«- or -ma >. town;
ree of lhejjrang« s can 1» represented ,
is other one. having to wail Us tur
It v«wir price la right w< will do the .
ith the three next on the list. This
S mith L* m > i virvNT,
.ear the four grange» f Mullnonial
Lots on Hood Avenue
U i '- i - iu . ii Bow.- street, Gr. haul
untj to tie recognized are Evening
In Zenith .Addition
■tar, Fairview, Ku-s. lhille and Mult
To Gresham, for
. *mab. Ot .■ w ill m*cessarily have io
The follow niL’ letti is remain tnraUtHi
■ left out in tlie election. The e*>' -
n | hh othc’* for the
for at tn»* Grv>! am
entio • will probably I k * held in lire.»-
weekending lanuary v ¡ 8 8. lull
..am early in March.
Gentlemen's hsi— C.ir Kvpairrr. J.»Ln
A. Buchanan, W. C. Sn> »1er
Call Early and Avoid the
W V \ I I I >
Mi Ilei, Mrs
-ir gei . rai lärm
Grandpa Rolliti is able to be ou
, w rk, «heap; weight ai-ut I ItXi lb*.
gain after suffering with the gripi* Grace Jones.
GRf-SHAM RI AL 1 SI Alt CO.
These letter;« will I e sent o th»» |)ea»l C “ C w leu, lìresham, K
.r a week.
Ortie- •»» Main Mt Ju«t Nori
Letter Ottive on March L VHI, if
Miss Mamie Pierce of Portland ha« not drlivvred betöre. In »alluu (or the
Erewti Cow» want«-.:
I' K Howitt.
een s,.ending a few days with her above, plea«** say “advertised,' giving
\\ AN n-’l'—Freeh cow*. X» k I Ileon,
other, Mrs. Jensen.
I. McCOLL. P M
Tbe entertainment to be given by the
uoul children in tbe grange hall the
The older . <nea at
rst Friday evening in March is to e
Roup easily Prevented
ordinary wage« and other» to be
.» oasket social. All ladies are reque-t-
Roup is v>ne of tbe most common and *schooled and car«*«! for in return for
Ilrabrs in Rough and l'rvwssl
«J to bring well tilled baskets.
urn- of tiie most annoying diseases -light services rendered
lars address W. T Gardner nllpavto-'
Mrs A. H. Bell of Portland waa call- among chickens, and it has ravag««l
tendent Boys and Girl» Aid ■Ka-ietv of |
i< on old friends last Saturday.
the tiuck« : ir years without the eause of Oregon. Portland. Ore
The master and secretary of Fairvie ( it being ascertained. It is well known
Mill East of SANDY
range, the two Mr Su>ues, and Mrs though, that debilitated strains of fowls
laggie >al«*s were among tbe visitors are very susceptible to it, and that
Clanahan. I>isi»i"ii street, iireaham,
Special l*rn.» on all Old stock
tow Is exposed to dampness, tilth and
Rockwood grange last Saturday.
John Richmond is conAaed to bi* cold drafts are easy victims ui it, as are
For «al«—Ijuaiititv >f tin«- ve»ch hay)
also fowl» ttiat are run down from lice
d. suffering with the grippe
in barn, also 15 tons timothv hay. U.
xi Smit ■ Ph oi- 1
Cleo May Rowley was born at Terry,
Roup attacks the membrane of the
regon, <X*t"ber 2U, 19"9, and passed to
Lots for «ale in Cedarville, on easy .
head and throat, often causing a «well terms. II. W Sna«hall. Pleasant View
e Great Beyond at Lents, Oregon,
ing of the head in various places and Avenue: Greabam. Route ",
bruary 19, 1911, death being due to
with the complete dosing of the eyes,
. icumonia. she l«ing ill about ten
BARGAIN BAI I - First class Stud
and a few i that might otherwise recover
Fruii b> M l4i .• nl. E.P !■ r : I*
,ys. Little Cleo May was tbe voung-
ebaker delivery rig
.1. F. Beneks,
of II.* uit»- I "In* « rttt‘1 < «'.Hun Î
■t child of Mr and Mrs. Nathan K >w-
When the fowl Set- a «ever» ea«e of
0RE60N. WASHINGTON *'.?■' NORTHWEST
v, there being another little daughter,
Sulky P ow. for “.lie cheap; g'sxl a»
rou(> the lest and the cheapest plan is
ven years old, to also mourn tbe low» i
will preya’l DA 11 X
to use the hatchet, as a fowl, though
a 1 ttle sister. Tbe imrents are well I
loth to APRIL loth
recovered from roup, :s worti.les« a- a
Bargain: Fourteen acn*«<>í laiul, one
own here, both having lived in tin- '
breeder, as the young chicks (should mile < .»-i of H tí,-) oq 0 A l‘ . ■• mile«
ighborhiMKi la-lore and after marriage,
you succeed in raising,' will . «• troubled
til recently when they moved to
farm land ; $126 per arre Addreta Box
the tir«t y-ar of their evi-t.-n e with 3.x R. R. 1, Boring, Ore.
I.-ate. Funeral service« were conduct-.
roup. The germ of the di«ease never
. from the chapel in < «re-ham on Tues- |
seem« to leave the sv-'e n after they
•y morning, Rev. J. H. Wood of Mel- '
milk cow«, fresh and coming fresh
have the'lieease on«e Then it »buuhl John Gantenbein. “•.«li ly road. Cleo e.
and connection«, the
The funeral was
be prevented if p< -sible and here are Oregon.
gely attended by relative« and friend»
Oreqon Short Lint*. Inion f’diifii and
some of the thing- that should be
For >.il<—Drait nor-.-. weight ab nt
the family. Tbe little one was laid
(hicdqo 4 Northwestern
I’..»', age b year«; l>av. gentle, true,
. rest in Hall cemetery.
two miles From
Keep the fowls out of the drafts, it is trial guarantee. 1!. I.. Bal
A darling one from us has gone, ,
¡3 i « i
far better t > l*-ave your hoxls roost out southeast Gresham.
A voice we loved is stiller«!.
in tree- and open field- than to have
A place is vacant in our home
a hen house full d crack«, thereby
2"> i • i
Kanaaa U t «
For Rent—H*' acre- of the Webb farm
That never can be tilled.
causing drafts. Houses tight except on on the Base Lin.- road 62 acres under
Gr»l in Hi» wisdom has recalled
«iiiith and other cities correspondingly 1« I » .
the south «ide are to he recommended. plow No buildings
The boon his lone has gi en.
We also have muslin or burlap to cover Phot» 158, Troutdale, Oregon
You Can PREPAY f ares
And though the body moulders here
Tb- r..lo nisi f»r«-» are ur.tiMiun.i oulv.
it with. Proper ventii itio i which is
The soul is «afe in heaven.
If you h
essential, can lie had with this plan.
LOST—A Ma-vnic charm, 1s t ween In lhe Ea.t » II. In , ■.-o ■I,.,... I ..r . .
-.-.* bank and 1
. last • late you <«
See to it that th*- roof don’t leak and
1. 0. Ndsn's Illu.t dtsJ Lictirj.
try to have a dry floor. You must
Herald < itfice.
The illustrated lecture given by M. O avoid dam[*nes« ano tilth, lice and
Let the WORLD Know
LOST—I Black Ponv and 1 Bay, wire
x -Ison at tbe grange hall Wednesday mites.
Of our i-M»t resource» «nd
opjMirtuniti» * f<j*r
Do not let yiajr young »Pick roost in
ening was a success in every way
¡ere wa« » goal crowd of the leading crowded, filthy boxes until late in the Please notify us and reward will be
«iness men and their wives present fail, when it is liable to be wet and
on t h* ifi-F-r* k- io 4 for . • -•! . i. -r r >.
u print» !
lie view» were tine, showing parks and
idences in Minneapolis. .Minn., Kan- damp or your fowls will have roup sure.
M 1 MC KI-LA.SKOI JW
| hATM au< h nmtter nt
»City, Mo., and Dav ton, Ohio. Tbe The better plan is to selloff your sur
LUMBER—Al our new mill 1*4 miles
• >mmercial club was very fortunate in plus cockerels as ia«t as they are large «outheaat of Keleo. We deliver lumber,
• curing Mr. Nels -n to give tbe people etiuugh and get tlie pullets used to r*»»t lonerud Br<*.
(• Gen. Pass. Agent, Portland. Oregon
i idea a» to beautifying our town. The
> -,mmercial club expects to have a ing in houses tiefone fall.
Next comes tl,e r,-«iedy. On the first
eeting next Wednesday night for the
I H M
! arpost- of r.-orgaeizi’ i«
evidence of a cold, each as a rattling of
Serviere. H i nd ay Beaver State Herald and other papers
* ti« threat in breatbiug, or a running at I School 10 a. m
Preaching lia. at.
The price of Toe Herald alone i» fl
tlie nostril-, or froth app**>«re in the eye I and 7 :30
«1 p p m
in , , «ach
a year, t.ut to Ih-.se who would like the
We wish to express our thank- for is the time to begin treatment
I If but I FREE METHOIHST < HI H< H — , advantage of a .-lubl.ing rat.- w it), otfe-r
. I Rev. J. A. Hof-PMi,
”------- - pastor
. - a
---- i I papers we offer
t e kindness and assistance of our one <>r a few fowls »re affeete«i, separate
the following low
Sunday School, 10 a m ; |*r< aching j prieo*:
«ny friends during our sad bereave
•rom the restand confine them to coop-
every Sunday at 11 a in. Prayer ■
ment, the death of our little daughter.
Rwnenkrr Ibtsr are the lowest Rate»
meeting, Thursday evening at 8|
M r . ami » M rs . N ath ar R owley
Sandy. Ore., Feb. 2, 1911. I o'clock. All welcomed.
"The Herald" in combination w ith any
Notice is hereby given that the ZION’S EVANGELICAL CHURCH,
of the folkiwing:
partnership heretofore eaisting be
Gresham—Rev. F II Freund, pastor.
Two surveying parties are now at tween Willard Bosholm, Ne l Nelson
S khvkxm (German) 11 a in.. every tVCNING
Sunday morning. Sunday *chO"l at DAILY ORIXOS-IAN
« rk on the tunnel line for the Mount and Antone Mikelson, land known as
10 a. in. Saturday n«-hooi at 2 p. m. D*LY »nd St .NPAY (IKLOONJAN
II -od company Mr Taylor, saperiii- the Arwood Lumber Co., in business
RKM1 WEEKLY JOURNAL
MEMORIAL M E. DAILY JOURNAL
t*- 'lent, and Mr. Ludwig, resident ««- near Sandy lor the last three and a
CHURCH, Gresham—1’ ahtob , Rev. daily »nd hi . niiay journal
- eer, were here inspecting the work half years, will be dissolved the first
.J. F. Dunlop.
S ekvk xs, Sunday PACIKl)
i e past week.
School, 9:45 a. m.; Preaching at PACIFIC FARMER
of March, and that all outstanding ac
Epworth POULTRY JOURNAL (niontlil )
Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Shelley of Bandy- counts due to or against the firm
iS oi/v1',1 1 , yrs
,1, d votioiial, 0::l0, every
>ri Ban- FARM
re guests at the Aschoff home one should be paid to Antone Mike Ison at
Prayer meeting, Lhursday
niug last week.
Sandy, Ore., on or before the first of
veiling» at 7:30 p. m. EveryUidy 1 M ccali / h magazine (Ladi,«') 1.4“
This price I, fur delivery liy ui»,l only »lid
H. Foster of Camp Sandy in rapid- March, 1911, and take receipt there »livr
x< tr*ii I li 'u I’lTllo! If« only When remitt»n<-<- 1» mail,- with order
, AIN I MH HAr.L .
< A 1 II LIU , p^Mr. rnw l„- a--nt to »•■per»t<- ad,lre»»e- Hub
> recovering from his recent illness
CHURCH, Sandy, Ore —Rev. B«-rch- | eerlptl' »ns ninT begin wt anj time.
o. B. Frame, who is now timekeeper
told Dürrer. Services will 1« held on I
the first Munday of each month at-
FAIRVIEW M. F. CHI lb H—Rev. J j
O. Coleman, pastor. He vic»», Bun-
d y Sch.sil st 10 a. m., preaching 2d
and 4tb Bundays at II a. in. and 7:10,
THE Ol.D RELIABLE
ROCKWOOD M E.CHURCH—Rev J. I
O. Coleman, pastor. Sunday school .
every Bunday at 10 a. m.
at II a. in. and 7:3o p. ni.
J. Elkingtou, Pres. Jno. Sleret, Vice Pres. Emil G. Kardell, C elder
1 wish to thank my many (riends tor their patronage since
I came to Sandy and I hope I have pleased oil'* and all. It
has i>een my aim to give a lull dollars worth lor every dollar
received and if there is any one who is dissatisfied with any
goods which I have sold I am ready at any time to adjust the
matter to your entire satisfaction.
And to show my many friends that 1 have appreciated their
trade I have cut prices for the next 60 days. Some articles
which 1 do not wish to handle will fx* sold far below cost
From illese prices you can see for your self
Gresham Cement Block Works
$ 5.00 values
RAILROAD & NAVIGATION CO.
HERALD BARGAIN OFFERS
C. L. CRENSHAW
BANK OF GRESHAM
Genera! Banking Business
Foreign Exchange Bought and Sold
Interest Paid on Time Deposits
First-Class Livery and Feed
Stables at Bodnq and Sandy
Fire Insurance Written
Tran-portation of all kind»
of Baggage *° Handy and
interior pointa ....
Notary Public and Conveyancing
Alway s ^lad to show the goods whether you buy
or not. / guarantee to save you 10 to 50 per cent
J. E. POMEROY
All millinery goods at re
duced prices, including
I :ea tlier
< » r«*wh*i
lllll I» Pl I vtlllNG
J. J WODAEGE
OLD BOOK SI OKI
In Carlson Bi g
Net*. Old <ind Kiire Bonks
Ma n St.,
li M <>Ti
i »r- H im O'.
New «and Second-Hand
Bought and Sold.
\Y. C. Belt, M. I)., C. M.
‘JI I Sivoiid St. . o»*Hr >iihin>ii
< Hin ••
r HrM M u* I’oink
l*h<jliv, »»rth'4*, IW, rm . lh
SPECIAL PRICE TO BUILDERS
6()<1 to 8d inc. common
If you intend to build this sprinu, come in and see us
NOW. as this price is limited to the first twenty kegs sold after
February 15, 1911.
FIRST COME FIRST SERVED
Main and Second Sts.
Plumbing that AS Plumbing.
MORE THAN THAT
Sanitary Plumbing and
STILL MORE All
For further Information phone or write
E. F. DONAHUE, Prop.
No difference what you may ’wish
¡ you will find my prices are the ;
very lowest. Come in and see for
$ 1-1.50 values
A few 17-jewel Dueber-Manipden reg. $22 .50, now
$16.50. Gokll illed Fobs $2, how .50c
Gresham Real Estate Co.
E. E. Marshall
Mitchell, Lewis & Staver
PHONE .503. GRESHAM, OREGON