Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914, March 03, 1911, Image 5

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    FAIRVIEW
TROUTDALE
conkfu
M. Landon, ia stopping with hia daugh­
ter, Mrs Booth, for awhile.
Mrs L. I, Griffen and children spent
Mount Scott, MarcIi I—Joe Ingram, a
Fairview, March I —Fairview will
Troutdale, March I—A parly of sur­ I Sunday in Sandy.
teamster living on East Johnson street, I ihvs a new city charter. A special veyors Working for the O. W. R. A N.
Bev. lenard of University Park will
lost Ills house by fire Tmaday evening. election for the purpiae of adopting or (•oinpany have moved from Hie camp at preach ben- March 5.
The house was hardly completed anil rejecting the iww charter was be i| on Fairview In the old Riverview hotel.
TROUTDALE, OREGON
Mias (ss'il Hutchins spent the week
there aaa no Insurance. At the time Wednesday. Two measures were al«o The men are at ork In the hilis rant of
end
with
Miss
Durham
of
Portland.
til the tire one ill the children was sick voted upon. Thirty five voles were Sandy laying out lines for a proposed
A progrum haa been arranged for the
in lied with the measles Our |Hx>ple cast. For the new charter there were ; road.
elating of tlie M-ii<a>l, March iId. Every-
should at all times l>e extremely careful 21 for and 13 against. The tlr»t mes«-
Mrs. F. E Zimmerman was hostess laaly invited.
ol lire but at such a lime as thia, when ure which provide« that the council
of the Ladies' Alii society at their reg-
. . . YOUR HOME BANK . . .
the wind was so high it I mmioiimm ex­ shall have power Di prohibit the «ale or
Mixa Alla-rta Schnidi-r haa lieen on the
I ular business meeting held on last
tremely dangerous Mr. Ingrain lias giving away in the town of Fairview of
sick list for the past few daya.
Wednesday allei<i<>ori
Refreshments
the sympathy of his neighbors in his spirltoils, malt or vinous liquors, car­
Wallace Bell baa hia early potaloe»
j were served. The howleas was assisted
• lows.
ried. The second, which provides that
planted.
in serving by Mrs Inri Cragln-ad.
What came near Iwing u disastrous the council shall have power to license,
Will pay you 3 % on 6 months’ deposits, 4 % on 12.
The Baptist Aid society nu-t at the
| Mrs. Charles l^wia resigned as vice
tire was prevented Wednesday morning tax or regulate «nimm«, barnxim«,
j president and Mra. O. 1. Raker was church Thursday to quill. Eight mem­
in the old school building When one drinking «hops ami all other plai-es in
Check Deposits Solicited. Money Loaned.
elected to till tlie place. Those present ber« wen- present and four visitors
of the teachers entered her room at H tlie town of Fairview where «piritou«,
were Mcadames .Zimmerman, Dean,
Bruce Hood of Madras, Oregon, has
Drafts and Letters of Credit Issued.
o'clock it was filled with smoke. I-lie malt or vinous li<|unr« are sold, loat.
I Hex. la<wia, Hogue, II. 8. Surlier, fawn visiting hia sister, Mrs R A.
was discovered to have worked from the
It H Ludi'iw ami George Coilpeland Raker, M. D. Bailey, Graig and Orag­ Hutchins.
fax Statement on application.
lower floor well to the aeeui <1 floor went to F.«tnca<la last wei k with their
Iliad, Misses Eva Hudson, lieli« Zim-
W. Proctor inaile a buxines«
Aller a half hour of good work on the ear load of gixxia ami will Ix-gin farm­
1 merman and Ivy Coi nett, and Virgil Portland Monday
part ol the janitor the Lent's school ing there. Mrs. CoU|x<land will join
j and Mercy Lewie.
A girl was I torn to Mr. and Mr» J.
was saved,
them the l««t of the week She ia now
It has been rumored, but the report Hall Monday.
Mr and Mrs. Cox have been enjoying visiting Mrs. A T. Axtell in Portland.
cannot lie traced lo any authentic
a visit from Mrs Cox's brother amt
Frvdie Wagoner is visiting at the home
Wm Zinimernian’s reeidenoe ia rap­ ; source, that the O W. R. A N. Co. will
wile, Mr. ami Mrs. Elmer Snyder ol
idly nearing completion. Thia house move its car «hops from Albina to ol Mrs Wilkinson at Gresham thia week. ■
Pendleton. Mr. Snyder attended the
Fred Pria-tor made a busineHe trip to
will lx* one of the llneat in the rieigli- Troutdale so no- time within a year or
Nlirinvrs convention,
' > ki . h L The outside finish will lie in the ¡ so It is said that several leases will Gresham Monday.
Frank Butterfield haw sold bis place
i rough natural wood. Plaster will lx- I »<«>n expire t Albi ia and t at more ' I,agrip|a- haa a strong hold at Cottrell.
in Evergreen Park and will go to Oak- ;
! used lor the inside finish,
room will lie needed. When the new , Most of the iiK-nila-ra of thn« families
land, Oregon, to live on a farm. Other
George
Wood
ol
Portland
i«
building
river bank line is finished and tlie other are sick.
mem tier« of the family and relatives,
n siiih II house on Inta tielonging to Ills road is double tracked it would simpli­
R. A. Hutchins two youngest children |
will follow him.
There is talk of several new buildings mother, located on Fifth ami Cedar fy matters to have the shops at Trout- : have llu- nieaxli-x.
j Mr
Hom.- has
going up in I cuts lids spring, mostly streets. He will live here while clear­ dale Where more room is available.
Mr. Northr<i, of
ing the lot«.
Mias Bale..a Fox entertained la«t Fri- I organised a singing clase which will nn«-t
concrete business blocks
J I.UM-lier ia having x house built on day evening in honor of Mi-a Hattievery wn-k. Mrs. Ball will entertain
Mr. Kilborn hits «old ina feed atore
to Doc McKinley. He will probably the mirth axle of hia farm for the use of Smuckler and Ell Smuckler ol Portland. ' the claw« Friday
a renter who haa lenaed forty seres of | Tlie guvHta were Misses Smuckler, Olive I Mr Brook» was ac<-i<icntally phot in
move to eastern Oregon.
Nelson, Grace Mickley, Della Zimmer- tie- left side by it 22 rifle.
Rev. Edward D. Smith ha. resiglieli the place.
__ ...
as pastor of the Friend's church.
C E. Cree ia making concrete aide- ■nan, Eve Hitdson. Lulu Mickley ami 1
Clare Davis has moved to hia new walk in front and arouml Ina resideni*e, j Messrs. Eli Smuckler, Morris Mel iin-
(ORBIT I
nis, Richard Knarr, R< ay Buxton. Rus- I
...
home on North Maili street.
ami ia lx*autlfying his lawn.
. , . I The freight demit has been moved
sell
Wilson,
Man
tiie
Fox
and
John
;
,
. .
Roy Fairbank« spent the last of the
a
barn
built
fl. W. McKay has had
I sever I varda down the track, a plat­
week with folks al home.
Beginning March 1st, 1911, The Port­
on hia ota here ami will have a resi- McGinnis
1 form built on the east ride, and the
Virgil Lewis had a few of hia little building will probably I* enlarged con-
dence built Main.
land
Railway, Light & Power Company
party Saturday i siderably.
DO VIK
E. L WilkitieoB, O W. R. A N. friends for a farewell
will inaugurate a rate of
taken the afternoon. Il axel White, Oscar Nash,
A aide track has been placed above
The fanner« are liu«y the«- fine days agent ami operator, has
Margery
and
Evalvn
Kendall,
Edith
tunnel
No.
1
and
buildings
are
in
course
plowing and preparing for ilx-ir spring Scott cottage.
Coleman. Linn Richardson, Virgil and
J. McDaniels an<l wife are occupying Mercy Leerla were present Mrs. Lewis j I construction for the use of the rock
grain.
the Ashcraft cottage, vacated by the entertained the Imle people with games , crusher company.
John Brws ia clearing land for A
Lewie Benfield of Portland was a Sun­
Taylors.
for Electric Cooking and Heating Outfits.
Miller
and refreshments
day visitor at the home of hie mother,
Mr. ami Mrs. II. A. Dimmock are
Miss Myrtle Griffiths was called to
Jacob Cooper has returned home ami
Spending part of the week out of town. Kenton on account of the illness of her Mrs Lottie Benfield.
will spend a lew weeks with hia folks
Miss Abbie Stiles went to Portland
The ladies' society held a special mother, Mrs. D. B. Griffiths, who has Wednesday morning and returned Sun-
Mr. and Mr» A Miller entertained
just undergone an rqieration for throat i day evening.
Mr ami Mrs. Bews and Birch Rola-rta meeting Thursday altermxm.
SEE THE NEW ELECTRIC STEEL RANGE
Dick Anderaon »«« here to spend trouble. She was doing nicely at last
Oscar Deverell of Portland was the
Sunday
Sunday
with
his
parents.
report.
guest of friends the first of the wwk.
»I THE
James Wolf lias Ina house nearly com­
Mia« Hattie Stapleton «|>eiit Sunday
Miss Olive Nelson was hostess of a
Mrs. Lucy Kincaid was in Portland
pleted and intend« moving m thia week.
7tk i, ALDER STREETS
with old friends here.
lairtv given at her home last Wednes- on business Wednesday and Thursday.
School is doaed again until another
day
evening
Alsiut
twenty-five
young
While there she purchased a fine new
Miss Calls Healin a|ient the week end
u-ai la-r can la< obtained
people were present ami spent a de­ j buggy.
P. Magnolia will fiuiali hia clearing with relative« here.
Mr. and Mrs. James Benfield came
A. Taylor haa moved hia family to lightful evening.
contract f< r J<# l*eSha»-r thia week.
District Sujierintendent James Moore ont from Portland to visit relatives last
ths Base Line road.
week Mr. Fenfield returned Wednes­
The miHit common cause of insomnia
Mrs. G. R. Green ia ill with typhoid will lx- here next Sunday and will con­
duct services at 11 ami 2 o'clock. A day. Mrs Benfield will remain indefi-
ia diaoniers of the stomach Chamber- fever at her home
basket dinner will tie served between nately.
lain’a Stomach and I.iver Tablets cor­
W. H. Reed was numbered among
the services.
rect these disorders and enable you to
Clubbing offers
Herald and Oregon
sleep. For sale by all druggists.
A Samoni has rented liis garden land the sick last week, but ia some better
Agriculturist for one year $1.
to a companv of Italian gardeners. The at present.
C. A. Gibbs has rented the Kincaid
rental ia to lx- $15.Ml per year. Samoni
fruit farm for a period of five years and
will remain on the place.
I took possession recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Stokes moved to Port­
A A. Loeb was at Latourell Falls on
land on Thursday. Mr. Stokes has
business
Friday.
lx-en cashier of the Troutdale bank for]
Mr. McDonald of Portland spent Sun­
several months.
day at hia cherry farm.
Bert Hoyt, a former Troutdale resi- I David Benfield baa been very poorly
dent, who is now employed at Barton, , the past few weeks, but is reported
was calling on old friends the first of Some better.
the week.
,
Mr. and Mrs. G. Stephens of Port­
Several car loads of cotton wood are land and Miss I ene Loeb were here
being sent out from here daily. The Sunday, the guests of A. A Loeb. Miss
wo<«i goes to the Oregon City paper Loeb remained to assist Loeb A Byers
INVITES YOUR PATRONAGE
mills.
in bookkeeping.
D. Linch snd family of Portland were
The social given by the Corbett school
guests of Mrs. Linch's brother, A. B. was a grand success in every way. The
IMCIIDAMrC 1° OREGON’S MOST RELIABLE A8SO-
I IN^JU tx/wlN%/Ei CIATIONS furnished at moderate rates.
Kendall and wife the last of the week. net proceed was $23.00.
Motorman Charles Lewis haa moved
Favor Reed has built a double porch
Wilt not'represent any company unless thoroughly reliable
hie family to Estacada, Mr l«wis hav­ on the front of his store building.
ing taken the«Estacada run.
Mrs. Bertha Reed was a passenger
OUR PRICES ARE NOT IJM-
Mrs. Aaron Fox was in the city on tor Portlaud Monday evening.
Wednesday to attend a meeting of the
ITED TO TIME
<>
Council of the Jewish Women.
o
ROCKWOOD
i
>
S. W. Raker and Miss Ismta Raker
i >
Little Douglas Horton is very sick
BORING OREGON
were week end guests at the home of
( >
Our Methods. Our Stock of ' >
Phone 41 x
with typhoid pneumonia.
11
C. I. Raker.
20d to 60d nails
$2.95
i > Lumber and Millwork and Our < i
Mill 1 1-4 miles southeast of Kelso
i >
A family moved into the Cutler house
8d common .
Mrs. Ixiuie Kummer entertained a
3.10
Prices. We are confident that it J [
CEDAR POSTS
Tuesday.
few
ladies
at
her
home
on
Wednesday
will result in securing your busi- ; ’
6d common
3.15
SHINGLES
afternoon.
neas when you need anything from < i
J Brown will move into the Sharing-
And so on down the line.
MOULDINGS
Mrs. C. G. Coupeland was a guest at honsen house for the present.
a poet to a bill of lumber for a 3
TURNED WORK
the home of S. 8. Ixigan the first of the
house or barn.
< '
< i
Mr. Kent i having some clearing
week.
LUMBER
$6
AND
UP
The
beet
in
quality
for
the
mon-
' '
done on his place.
Largs stock of Dimension I.umber on hand
E. Smith, the new motorman on the
ey, is the motto we try to live up < >
Rough and Dressed lumber for all purpose«
Mrs. B. Stockton is reported ill.
Troutdale car, ia moving hia family
to. Come in and investigate
[
•end order lo JCN8RVD BRO8. Boring RD!
■ •
here.
The lagrippe patients are getting
8ii E. W. MILLER, LENTS ' ’
E Meyers is preparing to move his better.
Wiley-Allen Office
! Î
family onto his homestead near Rose-
Ruth
Moller
and
»on
went
to
MILL
AID
TARDS
AT
LEWTS
JUNCTION
Ü
Mrs.
burg.
Vancouver
on
Tuesday
for
a
short
visit
Mixa Potter of Canby visited over
Oliver Chilled Plows and extras
with relatives.
Sunday with the Misses Hogue.
on hand at all times
Mr. Multhauf’sdwelling a mile north
Mr. and Mra. R. Fisk have returned
Company
of Rockwood, caught fire on the roof
to their farm home across Sandy.
A new piano has lieen purchased for last Monday morning from a falling
Utah Land Plaster
$12 per ton
spark and was damaged about $50
the Troutdale school,
If not, we’ll cure it. and then you’ll
Mrs. M. Douthit has lieen suffering Only prompt work saved the building wonder why you did’nt think of us
Extra Star A Star Shingles
2.10 per M
B eaver E ngraving C o .
'
QUALITY
from
being
a
total
loss.
with a broken arm.
long before.
100 lbs. Stock Salt -
45c
All
our
work
guaranteed.
No
hasty,
Theodore Stensland. who for
* several slipshod job leaves our shop.
Our
years past has lieen living on the Col­ workmen are skilled and conscientious,
Attacks School Principal
DOORS, WINDOWS, PAINT
DESIlpING
IL1'JSTRAT1NG
You’ll not grumble at the prices.
A severe attack on school principal, umbia slough, has moved to his new
• *ia i rjs
either.
Ftasr «so SNKENV STS eosTisao. ost
hardware
Chas. B. Allen of Sylvania, Ga.. ia thus home near the Troutdale crossing of the
told by him. "For more than three Base Line. He has built a house and
years, ’ he writes, "I suffered indes­ will improve his ten acre tract.
Dexter Qnisenbury of Rockwood
cribable torture from rheumatism, liver
and stomach trouble and diseased kid­ joined the regular army last week, go­
neys. All remedies failed till I used ing into the artillery corps at Van­
Electric Bitters, but four bottles of this couver. Dexter was a prominent mem­
wonderful remedy cured me complete­ ber of the Rockwoood baseball club the
191^| Morrison St.
ly.’’ Such results are common. Thous­ past three years and is very popular PORTLAND,
-
OREGON
(Near Pap’s Restaurant)
ands bless them for curing stomach among his acquaintances. He has a
trouble, female complaints, kidney dis­ promising carreer ahead as he will push
orders, biliousness, and for new health himself forward and earn promotion
Semi-Weekly Journal Clubbing Offer.
and vigor. Try them. Only 50c at all which can now be had by hard study Regular $2.50 price, both Herald and
and application to the work.
druggists.
Journal, $2 00.
BANK OF TROUTDALE
$.03 K.W.H.
S.03K.W. H.
ELECTRIC FUEL 3 CENTS
3 Gents Per Kilowatt Hour
ELECTRIC STORE
$.03 K.W.H.
ARE YOU GOING
TO BUILD ?
$.03 K.W.H.
John Brown
Rockwood's Leading Merchant
JONSRUD BROS.
INVESTIGATE
Seeds 01f All Kinds
MILLER-MOWERY LUMBER
CUTS
:
AARON FOX
Troutdale, Ore
Fred D. Flora
„O regon
S hortline
«o U nion P acific