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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (March 10, 1911)
light Montdvllld-Iroutddk Boulevard
I veiling Star Grange Noles
Lots oil Hood Avenue,
I wish to thank my many friends for their patronage since
There was a rather small attendance
ExUmaion of Villa avenuo, ««••tward
I came to Sandy and I hope I have pleased one and all. It
i from Hibbard sitreet in Montavilla to
To Gresham, for
the Troutdale road is among the p«N«i- Marell 4. Only on«» alxx'iice reported
has been my aim to give a full dollars worth for every dollar
Sale by the
bilitiee of th«« near future, although among the ottkers ami that abeence
received and if there is any one who is dissatisfied with any
considerable opposition has developwi was cause«! by sickness. Thir«l ami
Another embryonic town w ill probe among property owners along th«' last fourth «legiees were given to a small
goods which 1 have sold I am ready at any time to adjust the
bly grow from th«« chrysalis stage into a few miles. The right of way Ims been class «>f candidates. All the members
matter to your entire satisfaction.
thriving mart of industry ami pnwperi- secured t<» the Rockwood road, a dis- of the Harvest team were present ami
(’all Early anti Avoid the
And to show tny many Inends th.it I have appreciated their
ty. It is reported on good authority I tance of live miles, for an SO f«x>t boule dal go«xl work, although under new
trade I have cut prices for the next 60 days. Some articles
that th«' Mt. Hood railway company vard. but there th«> owners of nearly all leaders.
will establish its car shops on the Buoy the property which the road would
which I do not wish to handle will lx* sold lar Ix'low cost
Th«' Master ami lecturers «Mnferene«'
URI SHAM Rt Al. I SI Alli Co.
place about three miles southeast of cross are opposed to tlie opening of th«' met and was quite well attended. The
From these prices you can sec lor your self
«Utico on Main st Juel North
Gresham. The company bought th«' thoro« ghfare, which could only be question of co-operative grange meet
old farm when securing th«' right of brought about by condemnation pro- ! ings was di»«'iisse«l. It was decided
way for its lines, paying for it the sum seedings.
that as many masters ami lecturers as
$ 3.8 $ 14.50 values
$12,000. It is an ideal location for the
$ i 5.00 values
The propose«! boulevard will only lx1 possible visit Gresham Grange, March
big plant necessary to do the work re only one-half mile north of the Base II, and arrang«* definite times f «r visit
quired in building and maintaining the Line ami from R«x‘kw«xxl eastward ing the different granges.
equipment for such an enterprise and would pass directly through several
The following masters and lecturers
will undoubteilly become one of the valuable farms which do not need the
Brother Kruiier ami
moat thriving settlements of Eastern 1 road for an outlet, hence the opptwiciou were present;
IH'ahrs in Rough »nd Dressed
Multnomah in a few years.
of their owners. Among them are the Black ami Sisti'r Slater of Woodlawn
If, as is anticipated by a great many i Webb farm, John Bliss. O. J. Brown,
.A few 17-jewel Dueber-Hainpdeu reg. $¿2.50, now
persons, the road is but the beginning B. H. Bowman, C. A. Ruby, Fer»l Au grange; Brother Crane of Kockwood
of a greater enterprise than a mere | drows, Richard Tegart and Etna Hart grange; Brother Snasliall of Pleasant
$10.50. Gold Fi I led Fobs $2, now.50c
Mill East of SANDY
local trolly line, it will require a big ley. The road would go directly through Valley grange; Brother Johnson and
plant to do the work necessary for its the latter’s doorvard necessitating the Sister Buckman of Evening StarGrange ;
S|xvial Prie»* on all Old St«x'k
operation, and that means many people removal of the house and tilling of his Sister Pollock, ap;x>inte«l to represent
and a big payroll as well as all the other i well. All of these men are immovable ; Russelville grange, ex-Lecturers Vail
accompanying industries of a growing ! in heir opposition which places th«* I . ami Wimile.
Pomona grange will meet in Even
promoters of the boulevard in a «|uan-
Star hall on March 15. Russelvtlle
When the road is in operation it will dry.
run a mail car, and it is said to be the
From Montavilla to Rockwood the
During the lecture hour th«' following
intention of the promoters to have a ' right of way was easily secured as the
will l»e given: Song, by the
post«'thee there for the benefit of the road will |>ass throu.b surveyed tracts
people interested and for the surround of acreage sue which need more road*. grange; story of the "Seattle Recall,"
From ihr MM-llu and ICawtcrn portion«
of the I uited State« Mini Canada to
Always glad to show the goods whether you buy
ing neighborhood. This
’ plan may in- ai|j ag lnuch of the property along it is Mrs. Jackson Silbaugh, national lectur
ter fere somewhat with the plans now ln
promoters they can
or not. I guarantee to save you 10 to 50 per cent
under way for an office at 1 leasant more easily sell their holdings if the Road Construction, J. G. Kelly ; Waler
will pre« ail 1>A I LY
Home, yet it may be possible that a rJMj j, Ol^’ned. The completion of the
MARCH 10th to APRIL I (Mb
poetoffice will be established at both
Hood raliwft). through the same on the Farm, Mrs. E A Kelly ; Labor
places with a rural route from one of neighbortio«.xi means many more homes Savers, Mrs. E. J. Kelly; vocal solo,
Dr. W. W. Green; Patent Medicine
down there and it is more than likely
Whatever the outcome in this respect the boulevard will be open«xi as far as Habit, A. L. Keenan.
The following delegates were elects«!
it is almost an assured fact that the Rockwood in a short while, leaving tne
new town—as vet without a nanx will remainder to some other time in the to atteml the county «•onvention to meet
become an important and thriving cen future when it may become necessary. at Pomona grange, March 15: C H.
an«l connectiona. the
Welch, Mrs. E. J. Spooner, Alfred
ter if the car shops are established
The proposed bouleva'd would be 80 Neblin. Alternates—Mrs. A. H.Welch, Oregon Short line. Union Pacific and
there as predicted.
feet wide and would probable have an
Miss Willda Buckman, L. I*. Elliott.
Chicago A Northwestern
electric car line, as it is an extension of
Villa avenue where the Montavilla ears
Death of Archie Graham
make the turn southward. Those w ho
... 32 r<)
Word has been receive«! of the death oppose the opening of the road from
Kanaaa City ... 35.00
of Mrs. Anna Graham's youngest son. Rockwood eastward would probably be
Sr Paul ...
Archie Graham, at Bums, Michigan. willing to have the Base Line widened
February 20, 1911. He was first taken to st* feet, a condition which some of
You Can PREPAY Farea
sick with pneumonia ami later developed them think will tie necessary in a few
The Coionlat far»** are VN »•'•tbound only, but
W A N T K I >
into typhoid fever. He was laid to rest years. In fact, so many of them have
If you have r lalivr« or frtenda or rm|»!<»y«'«’a
All millinery goods at
in the cemetery by his grandparents on so expressed themselves and would be i WANTED—A black two year tillev in the Kant whom >»>u
l<» bring to thia
•late you can «lepowil the value of the fare
the banks of the river at Burns, owing to willing to give up that much land to Percheroti : must weigh not less than with your l«M‘t»l railroad agent and an order
for a ticket will be telegraphed to any addrv«»
the disease he dic'd of the besiy could prevent the opening of another roa«l 11«*> |“>unds. Call or address A. Mc desired.
Gregor. Gresham, R. F. D 1, two miles
not be shipped back home.
through their farms which they d ■ not west of tiresham.
Let the WORLD Know
Archie was 13 years. 11 months and 15 need
of our vant resources and aplend J
days «-»Id. He leaves a widowed mother
The petition for the road was signed
and two sisters to mourn his loss, be by eighty-six voters, nearly all living
Call on the undersigned for good Instructive
sides many otlier relatives an«l friends.
WANTED—Fresh cows. W. Ellison, printed matter to wend Last, or give him the
west of Rockwood. The county court
of those to whom you would like to
will determine the matter in a short ph"tie ISll.
have such blatter sent.
WANTED—Boys mav lie had an !
Home School For Girls
It is intimated that the roa«l is lieing sometimes girls. The older ones at Gen. Pass. Agent, Portland. Oregon
Mothers of wayward daughter“, may promoted by the automobile club in or
be interested to kn«>w of a home for just der to have another route to the club sch<x>l«xl and cared for in return for
■ light services rendered. For ;>artieu-
such girls, that has lieen opened in a resort at Sandy bridge, which is to be lars addr«-ss W. T. Gardner, superin
suburb of Portland. The girls have two title«! up in elegant style. However, tendent Boys ami Girls Aid Society of
G reni» a tn
THAT IS PLUMBING
tf Beaver State Herald and other papers
hours of school work each day. in the this may be there is going to be some Oregon, Portlan«!. Ore.
regular English branches. They are also heavy opposition to overcome before
a year, but to those who would like the
taught needlework, weaving, laundry the road is established.
aiivantage of a clubbing rat«- with other
F<>R SALE—Gissi fresh c««w.
work, cooking and other household
papers we offer th«' following low-
In Carlson Bld$. Main SI., Grtthim
Alexander, Gresham. Pleine
duties. The Home is un«ier the care of
Beef cattle wanted by T. R. Howitt,
die Sister“ of St. John Baptist < Episcopal
Reinember these are the lowest Kates
FOR SALE—A five-year old horse;
church. For further information ad
“The Herald" in combination with any
where, single or double. Also gentle
of the following:
dress, The sister in Charge, St. Eliza
young ruling pony, well broken. Theo.
II II. oTr
beth's House, 201 E. 82 St. North, Port
EVENING TELEGRAM JFECIM)
VN EEK l.Y OREGONIAN
Notice is hereby given that the under
FOR SALE—Two-year old Jersey DAILY OREGONIAN
R. Dhulst, D’I.Y mik IMI NDAY OREGONIAN •.O)
signed has Isen appoints 1 administratrix Lull, tuberculin tasted.
SEMI WEEKLY JOURNAL
Any intelligent person may earn a of the «-“tap' of Ida A«lell Schenck, <!«■- Linneman Farm.
DAILY JOI RNAL
DAILY Mini HUN DAY JOURNAL
Stables at Borlnq and Sandy
goo«! income corresponding for news- cease l, by the County Court of the State
FOR SALE—About 3o tine goats. l*A< I EK MONTHLY
papers; experience unnecessary. Send of Oregon, for Multnomah County, ami Apply to P. H. Ro,rk, R. 2, Gresham, PAI IFIC HOMEKI EAD
Trans|H>rtation of all kinds
stamp for full particulars.
Empire has <|ualifie<l. Creditors having claims phone 461.
of Baggage to Sandy and
poi I TRY JOI RNAL (monthly)
ORb.ON AGRK I LTI RIsT
interior points ....
11 against said estate are hereby notified to
Press Syn«licate, Middleport, N. Y.
FOR SALE—Green wrssl cut two FARM JOURNAL, 2 yr». an>l Horne
W. C. Belt, M. D., C.M
For further Information phone or write
present the same properly verified, to i years, $5.00 a crii delivered in Gresh Secret«..................... ............ LftO
MH ’ALL’S MAGAZINE (I<adiM*)
the administratrix, at 314 Spalding
Office over First Stat«* Bank
Thin price 1« for delivery by mail only and
A Fierce Night Alarm
E. F. DONAHUE, Prop.
Rhone, office. 1», ree.. 1R
only when remittance in made with order
Is the hoarse, startling cough of a child Building, within six month.“ from the .
Pattern may be M*nt io seperale addreaaen. Hub-
FOR SALE—One 1,400 pound mare. «crlptioiui may beiclh nt any time.
suddenly attacked by croup. Often it date lieroof.
Fat ami a g«*xl ranch animal, $75,00.
Mary I. Perry, Administratrix.
¿roused Lewis Cbamblin of Manchester,
Webb Stock Farm. Phone 158.
Johnson & Van Zante, Attorneys.
O., R. R. No. 2, for their four children
50c BAPTIST CHURCH—Rev. Fi.nl M
were greatly subject to croup. “Some
a setting of 15 eggs. John Palmibad.
THREE REASONS WHY
time.- in severe attacks,” he wrote, “we
School 10 a. in. Preaching 11 a. tn.
were afraid they would die, but since
ari l 7 :30 p. m., each Sunday.
New Real Estate Company
FOR SALE—Baled clover and mixed
we proved what a certain remedy Dr.
FREE M ETHODIST C 11 U R C H — I
ha . E. J. Gradin. Phone 325.
King’s New Discovery is. we have no
Rev. J. A. H opi - kr , pastor. Services, I
IS THE BEST
FOR BALE—5-horse power Stover
Sunday School, 10a.m.; Preaching!
fear. We rely on it for croup and for Gresham, we wish a nice list of lands
every Sumlay at ¡1 a m, Prayer
coughs, colds or any throat or lung both wild and improved to offer our engine. Ed. Osborne. Phone 601. tf
meeting, Thursday evening at H
It is made of th«- liest quality hard steel galvanize«I wire. The
trouble.” So do thousands of others. large list of prospective buyers, if you
Mar«- colt for sale. Coming four this
o’clock. All welcomed.
is simple, strong ami effective; has four points of bearing;
summer. Well broken to drive; weight ZION’S EVANGEIJCAL CHURCH,
So may you. Asthma, hay fever, la
cannot slip an<l haa no sharp ends, yet is flexible, allowing the
grippe, whooping cough, hemorrhages us. We are in a position to handle alsiut 1100. Urban Peier phone 30x,
Greaham—Rev. F. II Freund, paator.
tenet) to conform to uneven ground. The line of horizontal wires
S krvicxh (German) 11 a. m.. every
fly before it. .50c an«i $1.00. Trial successfully all kinds of realty either
ar«« support»'«! by strong, stiff, one piece steel pickets or cross bars,
wiki or improved, large or small, town
Sumlay morning. Sumlay school at
For Sab—Quantity of fine vetch hay
bottle free. Sold by all druggists.
10 a. in. Saturday ach<a>l at 2 p. m.
which are held securely in place by the circular knot.
in barn, also 15 tons timothy hay. C.
LINNEMANN MEMORIAL M. E.
If your price is right we will do the M. Smith. Phone 158.
CHURCH, Greaham — P astor , Rev.
Bargain offer: Delineator, Pearsons, rest.
S mith L axd C ompany ,
34 in. high, 9 wire
Lots for sale in Cedarville, on easy
$ .37 per rod
J. F. Dunlop,
Herald, $3.50 for $2.25. Subscribe now.
Office on Powell street, Gresham.
41 in. high, 9 wire
.39 jx*r rod
Avenue; Gresham, Route 3.
11 a. m. and 7:30 p. in., Epworth
Sulky P’ow, for sale cheap; good as
Prayer meeting, Thursday
new. Phone 29x2.
42 in. high, 10 wire
.41 per rod
veiling« at 7:30 p. rn. Everylxaly
For Sal.—A number of first class
39 in. high, 9 wire
- .39 per rod
milk cow“, fresh ami coming fresh. SAINT MICHAEL’S CATHOLIC
CHURCH, Sandy, Ore.—Rev. Berch-
John <iantenbein, Sandy road, Ch-one,
FOR SALE UY
told Dnrrer. Services will tie hold on
the 11 rat Huixlay of each month at
10:30 a. in.
FAIRVIEW M. E. CHUIU H—Rev. J
Lost— Mr. Batcher lost avaluable Ma
O. Coleman, paator. Be. vice«, Sun
sonic charm between First State Lank
J. Elkington, Pres. Jno. Sleret, Vice Pres. Emil G. Fardel], Caçhifcr
il «y School at 10 a. in., preaching 2<l
ami Lusted hill. Will give reward for
ami 4th Sundaya at 11 a. in. ami 7: <0
Main and Second Sts.
LOST—1 Black Pony and 1 Bay, wire ROCKWOOD M. E.CHURCH—Rev. J.
O. Coleman, paator. Sumlay achool
cut on hind leg and blaze in face.
every Sunday at 10 a. m. Preaching
Please notify us and reward will be
at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
paid for same. W. E. Wilson, Boring,
L. D. MAHONE
—At our new mill 11^ miles
Foreign Exchange Bought and Sold
soutfleast of Kelso. We deliver lumlier. Real Estate, Probate and Corporaton
Interest Paid on Time Deposits
Prompt Attention to All Business
I'lnnie, Main 101«
All kinds of painting, graining and SIS Henry Bldg
h rdwood finishing. Contract or by
davs’ work. James Mathieson, R. F. D.
Fire Insurance Written
No. 2, Box 103, phone 363.
Gresham Real Estate Co.
No difference what you may wish
you will find my prices are the
very lowest^ Come in and see for
J. E. POMEROY
RAILROAD & NAVIGATION CO.
HERALD BARGAIN OFFERS
J. J. W0DAEGÍ
Duluth Woven Wire Fence
BANK OF GRESHAM
Sterling & Johnson Reliable
Genera! Banking Business
E. E. Marshall
Mitchell, Lewis & Staver
Notary Public and Conveyancing
STRAY NOTICE—A black and white
heifer waa taken up at tny place about
the middle of February. It ia about a .
year old. Inquire of Mrs. Cunningham, j
mile eouth of Orient »tore.
J. M. SHORT, M D
S. P. BUTNER, M.D
Ore go a
PHONE 50.3, GRESHAM, OREGON