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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (April 14, 1911)
DOINGS OF OUR NEIGHBORS
PitASANf VAI It Y
Near Mt. Hood
An error appeared in the last issue of
Snow (ell here to a depth of about
Mark Baxter has sold his place con-
this paper which we would like to cor 5 inches since vewtenlav, and is still aiatlng of 27 acres to Peter J Berk re
rect inxte<d of there being a "walk snowing at a good rate at present time cently from Minnesota. The consider
BRUZl rre*S CONTRIBUTED BV HI'RCLD REPORTERS AT NEARBV POINTS
out" of teamsters ami barkers at the of writing.
ation was •KSfto.UO
Johnson mill, as stated, there were only
Mr. and Mrs. Ewing ware guests of
M Harrison and wife recently of
Harmony Fruit Tracts
two barkers and one teamster "walked
Mr. Win. Welch one day last week
Martinville. III., are visiting with re
of the best fruit land in the
After the 16th of this month two
The Pacific Coast Construction Com-
Mr. ami Mrs. F.dd Sleret are having latives ami friends at this place.
The location is
Road supervisor Earnest Lest was in
crews will l>e put on the Fairview- pany are now doing a large amount of
Miss Violet t'hllcote haa secured the
a few days recreation and outing on
Oregon City transacting huainexs
ideal lor the growing of
Troutdale car and the ear will be taken 1 repair work at their shops here. About
Sleret Bros' Island. Edd says he came
those Delicious Red Apples.
into the Sellwood bains at night in-1 25 men are al work and additional aide
up io see a snow storm.
Mr. and Mrs. lieo. Robinson of Port
E. A. R m vi title made a buxines« call
stead of being left here. This arrange- tracks have been made which are all
Mr». Murphy and daughter Zip have
! on Mrs. E. Burbanks last week.
Ten Acre Tract*
ment will bv* somewhat inconvenient filled with crippled rolling stock.
returned to lllihee, t eir mountain Will Rhliey.
for Mr. Dean and Mr. Smith who have
Mrs W. H. Mashburn haa been
Lewis I’otter of Portland, formerly of
home, after a sojourn of several weeks
the run during the part of the day, as spending several days with her neice at he will work for the Mount Hood R.
On Easy Term»
in the city of Portland and vicinity.
W. I A I'. 0u
it will necessitate their remaining in Clackamas.
shaking hands, and renewing old ac
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in order t.x
W. Ellison is improving his residence
car out in the morning. These men property with a new fence.
smile to hear the beautiful rain drops mail stage from Boring to Welches.
G. N. Sager lisa returned from a ten
have their homes hen* and will remain
pattering on the roof just when crops
Mrs. Walter Hooper, of Boston,
Mrs. Waterman has returner! to her days stay in tbe Hixprong country,
here for the present.
Mass., and Miss Margaret McKay, of are in need.
home near Welches, after quite a visit where lie haa a farm. He reports crops
Mrs. Beck, whe has lieen operator for Portland, were weekend guests at the
Born to Mr. and Mrs Mike McCor with her home folks in Portland.
as looking tine.
the O. W. R. A N. Company here for home of their uncle, D. W. McKay.
mick, a bright lathy girl last week.
.'»r ami Mrs. J. F. Wing of l<enta
some time left for Wyeth the last of the
R. Russel was in Bandy Sundav.
Easter exercises will be given by the
Valley visitor« last Kundav.
week where she is now employed.
Presbyterian Sunday school next Sun Alvin Meining haa bought a new en 100(100 lota, which a company are ex-
I .ease of Sunny* ide spent Satur
Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Nash and cm, day morning and in the evening union gine for his saw mill.
Sunday with Wm. Garrison's.
Oscar, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. services will be held in the Methodist
at |S00 pet lot Mr. Paul t'u-ier is
C. B Smith of Portland was looking
Muir at Sellwood.
church and a program will be given by
President of the company. This re|M>rt after busiliSM Interests here one day
Mr. Trumbull is expected to tie here on the Sundav school.
is not authentic as details are hard to this week.
Mr. Wm Hunter, formerly of Allison,
Friday to address the Parent-Teachers’
Mrs. John Yeager is here spending Iowa, but recently of Spokane, Wash get.
We are pleaaeil to hear that gremlins
meeting at the school house
some time at the home of her |>arents. ington, visited his sister-in-law, Mrs.
Faubion Bros, have completed their Eales is on the road to recovery.
Misses Ethel and Dollanise Hogue Mr and Mrs. W. H. Mashburn,
Lucy Kincaid and family from Fri ay (kintract of making Itkl.ikki shingles for
spent Sunday with relatives at Lente.
the Mount Hood hotel and have de
Mr. Yeager and Mr. Mashburn have until Sunday evening.
Miss Salina Fox has found it neces
the shingles on the grounds.
gone to Eastern Oregon to look for a
Wagon and Repair
Mr. and Mrs. Byers spent Thursday It is reported that building activities
sary to discontinue her studies in Lin
coln high school on account of ill health
will begin soon.
spent last week visiting relatives at
Mr. Hewson and party are here serv
Mrs. Harry Donlev has returned to
Mp. C. B. Larsson was in the city on
Mr. Archie Howard is preparing to Vancouver, Wash.
Monday night and sang in the recital
repaint his new bouse and resi ence in
Patronage Soft lied
Little Harold Loundaberry passel a
By the influence of A. A. Loebau ex side ami out, which will make it otic
given by the pupils of Prof. Belcher at stay with her mother, Mrs. H. M. Shaw
Mrs. Shaw is still quite ill with in- press office w ill I m - established here in of the most attractive homes in Eastern , succeeeful operation for appendicitis at
the White Temple. Mrs. Larsson will
St. Vincent's hospital ami is doing
the near future.
also assist in the musical program at
the White Temple on Easter.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Reed were sum
The Y. P. S. C. E. will hold a busi-
Mrs. Swiggert is slowly improving.
The hotels and boarding houses
ness meeting and ice cream social in moned to Portland Sunday bv the ser
all crowded and private homes are be- i the church on Friday evening next.
Mr E. L. Horton has commenced
ious illness of Mr. Reed’s father who
ing opened for roomers to supply the I
work on the foundation for his new
died Sunday evening.
Miss Blanch Eldridge entertained
Mr. and Mrs. Junlin went to Portland laml >>f Eugene, Oregon, in company house.
farm, railroad work and other lines of a class party at her home last Saturday Tuesday to attend the funeral of Mr
with Maggie Barehes of Portland, visit The five acre tract formerly tirlong-
work now going on has brought the in afternoon. Games and refreshments Reed.
ing to Claude Wilson who Hold the
F. McKinney Sunday.
tilled in the time very pleasantly. Those
other day lor » Itksl
Miss Abbie Stite- spent Saturday and
The passing away of Daniel Strebin
Jim Brow n purchasisl a place on the
Sunday in Portland.
called on Mrs. Lenartz. She will make
here on Wednesday afternoon took one l.yrl Eldridge. Alice Spell* e, Blanch
Siletz river, am! has moved there with
of the most honored and esteemed
A mamla Stevens from Milwaukee, his family, lie lias three or four fish
farmers in this part of the country. | Gustafson,* Dorothy Bencke, Nannie land Monday and purchased a fifteen
Wisconsin, will spend the summer with ing rights on the river
Mr. Strebin has been a sufferer for sev
The Rockwood school lias a fine new
sister, Mrs Lenartz.
eral months from an illness caused by
an injury sustained by falling. Mr. Anderson, Clark Stillion and Richard
Mrs Florence Evans <d Portland vis
home. Mrs. A. Edwards is housekeeper
Strebin was 48 years of age and was Anderson. Jr.
Mr. A. Barr is very busy straighting
her mother, Mrs F Miller on Sun
born in Indiana. He came West near
Miss May Donley, of Spokane, Wash . crooked roads last week.
Rev, Calder and hrid have gone on
ly 20 years ago and has since lived on is spending some time here at the home
their wedding trip to Eugene. They day last.
Mr. F. Tessman was working on the j
bis farm here. He leaves to mourn his of her grandmother, Mrs. H. M.Shaw
will reside on the farm with Mrs. Do
lose, his widow, and two young sons, a
lamie Shoulder is nearly always due
Mr an*! Mrs. A. L. Stone are here
Mr. W. S. James has bougnt a new
brother, Sam Strebin lives here. Fun with Mr. Stone’s brother. H. ai. Stone,
I.umlier is laid at R. R. crossing to rheumatism of the muscle«, ami
eral services will be held from Carlson's whose death is momentarily expected. Milburn wagon.
north for trussel bridges and station quickly yields to the (rev applicai ion of
chapel at Gresham Friday morning at
Mr. J. C. Wilson is doing road work. house. The work is progressing rapid t'hnmlierlain'a Liniment. For sal« by
Grandma Westmore is preparing to
Mr. F. Etling is working for A. Barr. ly.
take up her residence with her son, E.
D. Wetmore in Portland.
Aid Society program Saturday even
Miss Margaret McKay of Portland
Guy Robinson made a trip to Port has been visiting at the home of her
II. Thoma“ and Miss Gillihan of Port Mildred Brower is finishing the
uncle, D. W. McKav.
land last Friday.
land attended the opening l*all game school term staying at Mr 1-enartz’s.
Mrs. E. D. Hamilton spent a couple
Snow amid the blossoms is the latest
of days with her sister-in-law, Mrs. C.
Miss Myrtle White, of Seattle, is vis fad in these parts.
A. Cook of Portland, who was quite ill.
iting with her cousin, L. L. Moll and
Bargain offer : Delineator, Pearsons,
it is to wake up in I the family here.
Bert Heighton of Sandy visited Ed
When a medicine must I m * given to
fd.'«> for $2,25 Bulsicrib« now.
Hamilton and family and also Mr. and morning by the sweet songs of the C. M. Coffin has gonato Saw tell. Cal., young children it should I»* pleasant to
Mrs. Davies last Friday.
for a visit with friends and relatives. take. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is
Mrs. John Sleret spent several days trees outside your windows; how .Jiff-
Inciilently The RejMirter was ordered made from loaf sugar, and the roots
used in its preparation give it a flavor
in Portland visiting relatives and erent rural life to that of the city life, sent to him regularly.
When in town the rumbling of the
to maple syrup, making it
friends last week.
In honor of her 17th birthday Mixa
street cars and all kinds of wagons dis
pleasant to take It has no superior 'or
On the 12th of April there was about
turb your slumber before four in the
colds, croup and whooping cough. For
one and a half inches of snow with tbe
morning, in all instance rural life is and relative“ to enjoy an auto ride and sale by all druggists.
early cherry and peach trees in full
more peaceful, and have so many priv
bloom. This is something unusual for
ileges that is denied our city sisters party sjierit the day picnicing and fish
and brothers. I do not think anybody ing and oh. those fist^—! ’The party
A literary and social entertainment has a better chance, than the farmers consisted of Mrs. T. Bright, Miss Hazel
Bright, Mi"s Elsie Bright, T. McHioy
was held in the school house last Sat to make up a good healthful home.
urday evening, the program by the
In all instances rural life could lie and L. I.. Moll.
Midnight In The Ozarks
schoolchildren and young folks of the Inore pieaf>ant, jf the farmers would
Ray Wheeler and family have moved
sleepless Hiram Scranton, of
district which was splendid and show take more interest in beautifying 'heir to Gresham, where Mr. Wheeler is em
Everything (n>m Needles to Threshing Machines.
ed good talent. The subject for debate I places. One thing that is within reach ployed in a bartier shop. A Mr. Holl Clky City. 111., coughed and coughed.
Resolved. "That the country boy be I ¿revervlMxlv ïs «deanHness, clean b^th ingshead has taken his place here with
of five doctors, who said he had con
encourage.! to stay on the farm.” There | in
onU1(le (iave a p)ace for every. the Kortright tonsorlal parlors.
sumption, but found no help in the
will be another meeting of the society thing, and your home will be more at-
Miss Violet Chilcote has taken a posi
Inspect our Stock of
in two week- April 22nd. The subject tractive. If we do our work by some tion as hello girl in the local telephone climate, and started home. Hearing of
for debate will be Resolved. "That more niuu
of a EVBkdii,
system, it will be accomplish- office
use it. "I believe it saved my life,” he
is learned by reading than by traveling.
wjth ¡esg |a|xjr
Mrs. Wisely and daughter of Eureka, writes "for it made a new man of me,
William Dickenson has just returned
It is near Easter now, and with Easter Cal., are visiting with the Brexliears
from California and is visiting Mr. , comes the awakening to new life, and families of this place expecting to make so that I can now do good work again."
For all lung diseases, coughs, colds, la
Ralph Neibauer and family for a few it seems like one has a craving for their home here.
asthma, croup, whoopingcou gh, I
freshing up around us. Let us welcome
Mrs. C. Sager left Saturday for a vis hay fever, hemorrhages, hoarseness or
nature with a smile, as it is doing its it to relatives in the east, expecting to quinsy, its the best known remedy j
utmost to bring forth an abundance of return in October.
Price 50c and $1.0». Trial bottle free.
blessings for us to enjoy.
Sand, Clay, Cement, Lime—Best Bargains in the County
E. P. Smith is making some altera Guaranteed by all druggists.
C. A. Keith was hauling lumber for
Miss Ferguson, teacher of the moun
tions in Mr. Darnall’s bouse this week.
Mr. Thayer of Cherryville, who is build
tain school, gave a taffy-pull last Fri
ing on railroad land.
day. which caused much meriinent
Mr. Bergbouse is also building in sec
California last Saturday, hoping to re
among the pupils.
cover from his rheumatism.
Alice Woodward has been in town
Mr. Olsen of Latourell F ils bad a
Lente Grange held one of its best
man here one day last week looking at visiting her sister, Mrs. Earl Williams. sessions last Saturday. Several good i
Mr. Marvin Laughlin of Gresham, features appeared on the program, par-1
bis place in view of buying.
Harry Morrison and friend, Walter has sold hi- farm up here, for tbe sum ticularly a discuss on by the state bac-
Kerkland, came home Tuesday. Mr. of 110,(XX).
Mr. and Mrs. George Reed of Rooster
Kerkland returned to Portland Sunday.
Will Anderson and W. Wiley are
George Sautell is sick with lagrippe. Rock, will move to Vancouver, as swn 1 starting in as scenic artists. They have i
as the fishing season opens up.
prepared the scenery for the drama to
Mr. Fitzgerled had a colt severely
The basket ball team at Latourelle, be put on at the Grange Hall Saturday
kicked by one of the older horses.
It is feared the hard frosts and snow gave a dance last Saturday night, and evening under the charge of the Hons
which fell Monday will kill the early was largely attended. Tbe Latourelle of Veterans.
Orchestra furnished the music.
Fred Geisler recently budded into a
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent of Ht. Johns, full pledge pharmacist, passing the state
Jay Morrison is quite sick at present
came out in an auto on Hunday, and examination. Fred will continue to de
were dinner guests at J. Rose’s place, liver the goods at the Mt. Hcott store.
The cayotes are visiting P. Magnolia
were accompanied by their neice,
Miss Ijiura Roas.
Mr. A. Bews was drilling grain for
We put hobble« on a home to keep
ARI. KEEPING AT IT. This time we give the public an opportunity to purchase 8- and 10-acre tracts
Jas. DeShaxer Wednesday.
him at home, but the hobble nlcirt is
half mile from Pleasant Homo Station, on the Mt. Hood Railroad.
Constipation brings many ailments in not intended for any such purpose.
Rev. DeFolveray. the new Methodist
its train and is the primary cause of
pastor delivered a very interesting ser
much sickness. Keep your bowels reg
mon Sunday. Will continue services
Klcked By A Mad Horse
ular madam, and you will escape many
every second and fourth Sunday at II
of the ailments to which women are
Birch, of Beetown, Wie., bad
a. m. Everyone invited to attend.
subject. Constipation is a very simple a most narrow escape from losing his
The Firwood and Dover Telephone thing, but like many simple things, it leg, as no doctor could heal the fright
Co., held their quarterly meeting at the may lead to serious consequences. Na ful sore that developed, but at last
The purchase price of this land includes Spitzenbergs, Newtown, Ortleys and Winter Banana Apple Trees to net the
Firwood hali Saturday night and tran ture often needs a little assistance and Bucklen’s Arnica Halve cured it com
entire tract, which varieties have made Oregon famous. Fine graded roads to each tract. This tract lies in the c n-
sacted business and also moved to build when Chamberlain’s Tablets are given pletely. Its the greatest healer of ul
terof Rie future APPLE GROWING DISTRICT of .Multnomah county.
a new line into the SaTifly 'Ridge coun at the first indication, much distress cers, burns, boils, eczema, scalds, cuts,
try, adding ten new members as stock and suffering may lie avoided. Hold by corns, cold sores, bruises and piles on
SEE US ON OUR NEW PLAN OP SELL!NO. NO MAN TOO POOR TO HUY.
earth. Try it. 25c. at all druggists.
HARLOW, BLASER & HARLOW
Up-to-date General Merchandise
Groceries, Canned Goods
Footwear and Build
HERE WE ARE AGAIN
Beautiful graveled roads from the city of Gresham 4‘ miLes away. Rural Free Delivery.
One mile from the beautiful little village of Pleasant Home. Fine roads leading thereto.
Also on the Mt. Hood Automobile Road.