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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 15, 1912)
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ABSTRACT FREE WITH
The Heart of Garibaldi Beach
Nice level lots, at recta graded,
water pitied and all underbrush
cut FREE to purchaser»«.
Spend your outing here and en
joy the hunting, fishing and
Round Trip Ticket Good Till
ANDNBWBST. ON P. R.
& N. R. R. ON GARIBALDI
Fully equipped with beds, bed
ding, stoves, tables, chairs, and
dishes, as well as cooking uten
sils. Make reservations early at
4-19 Sherlock Bldg., corner Third
and Oak. Office open till 8:30
MANY eoTTAOKH ANl> HI HINKMH
IIOUHKM NOW CNDKR CONHTKU<*TION
For further Information retarding
this Humnirr resort nil out this rou
pon and r... i v« i .»in ph to and Min
tile drialla by mall, or call at office
and mm . photograph*.
G. A. JONES REALTY CO.
O'l Nh.-rl.x-k Bldg.. Cor. Tliir-I and Oak
Streets, Portland, On-gon
PHONE MARSHALL 14M
OFFICE OPEN UNTIL H:30 P. M.
Our lee Cream
is manufactured in our own
plant. Buy our lee ('ream
and you know that you are *
getting a home-made prialuct
composed of pure ingredients.
We deliver lee Cream in any
quantity—in packer» of one
galkm and over
arc also homemade and abso
Our Ice Cream Parlor is the
moat comfortable in Lents.
Full Line of Groceries, Con
fection». Canned Goode. Ci
gar» and Tobaccos.
LAMBERT & THOMPSON
“M /i»rr 77»r Cur S'opa'*
DON'T FOItflET THfc PLACE
For Painting, Tinting, Paperhang
ing and Decorating, reasonable prices
and work guaranteed see
R. J. Steffy
Estimate» furnished. Residence,
208 Gilbert Road, one block east of
Lents School or leave order» at Mt.
Scott Drug Store.
Horses and Mares
Light and Heavy can be had in Lents.
Call and look them over Price» will
suit. Trial and Guarantee.
Inquire of Kennedy Ar Klineman, Real
Estate or at Grange Store
F. J. Ward
Hour, at Lenta »to 10 a. m.
C. €. Worland, Dentist
Re.tden.-.- »1, Hth Ave . Cor. Main Hl
<1en<-e phone Tatior ‘jrj.7. City offl.-e phone
Main IMV> City ollie.- 71V llvkuni HI<1< , Cor.
Sr«l and Washington Ht.
At Your Service
AUTO FOR HIRE ANY TIME
Phone Talxtr 2074—Home 4421
I. F. C.
and VARICOSE VEINS are
cured -by wearing our
Silk Elastic Hosiery
Fra. maaanramaiit blank on raqa-.l
WOODARD, CLARKE & CO.
DOINGS OF OUR NEIGHBORS
RIPORTI RS AT NltalffiV
Oregon Agricltural College, Cor
j••••••••••••••• • • • itppn«alive congregation last Sunday in vallis, Or., July 6—“Teach your pupils '
the M. E. Church here. Th« tnain at school to try to inculcate the doc
point ilcveloped wan tire depths to which trine at home that dirt mean» filth, '
• ••*•••••••••••• • • • I huiiiaiiity can d«K*iid in th« liuman ex- and filth mean» abnormal kinds oi I
Mr. I’ptograve praaenled hi* family , i«h-ii<-« uud tin- heiglita which they can geriit»," said Prof T D. Beckwith, I
attain by effort and earnest endeavor. head of the bacteriology department
with a nice new canopy top back.
; Home, however, the Dr. stated, seeiiMid at the Oregon Agricultural College, ;
Mr. Valletta ha* bought a new
in an address before -the teachers in
separator and is m-lllng cream to the to travel along a level plain of mediiairity
, never doing anything either K'»>d or the summer session classes.
Mt. Ilood creamery Co.
Germs which cause milk to sour,
Granivill Coop r »|»-iit a few day» in
bacteria which dispose of filth and I
the mountain» with hi» brotla-r, Yam*,
soil, and mi-1
aid in making fertile toil,
th« past Week.
crobes which cause disease were
Mlaa Alice Berghouse was in Dover,
shown through a powerful microscope
magnifying LAOOXKX) times, and the '
professor explained their action on
Mr Reid and Mr. Cupp left Sunday
Mr. M A. Mann, of Izcurel Izidge, food and soil The bacteria which
evening lor Vancouver.
H|a-nt a tew days at his summer cottage. cause the souring of milk were shown,
J. G. De.Hhaaer and family wen- visit
Dr. Itevenny and family are out for 15,000 of which placed in a line make
ing Jo». DeNhswra Sunday.
the »inn mor.
just an inch.
Mr. and .Mr». Augustine Miller ex-
“Germs are alivv. It is safe to say
|si-t Co leave (or Iowa in the near future.
the ordinary human being voids thir
gon City Sunday evening.
The tanners are busy cutting and
Fid» are plentiful up here, also game ty-three million million germs a day,
most of them by way of the feces,"
Prof Beckwith. “Since a cow
.Mr.-JTawney t<s>k a number of hl»
to Government Camp Friday to is so much larger, how much greater
a number of germs it throws off each
: WEST SECTION LINE • view the Mt.
The people of Welch«», arrow} the
“What do you thing of the farmer
Sandy river, held a meeting at the old
Grandpa F. Moll left for Wisconsin Sandy ford Saturday morning to try and who keeps his cow in a dark, muddy,
wit stable dripping with manure, or
on Tuesday last to visit relative» nod secure a bridge there.
in summer in the dry season allows
old time friend*. Ilia many friend»
Mrs A. Howard is s|s-nding a few her to accumulate an armor of ma
here wish for him a pleasant journey and
days in Bort land.
nure? Every bit of that filth is full
a safe return.
Mildred i-'aubion has a had attack of of germs which, if they get into the
Roy Buckly, after a month» visit at inti imatory rheumatism.
milk, produce abnormal changes, some
Imine, left for Yamhill county to build
Alf Bell inxli- a trip to Government of them breeding disease
a barn on his
(’amp a few days ago and on his return
“The farmer sits down under such
eopipanicd by Master Coe I>iinland who
Luckily the a cow, without cleaning it, and milks
expects to put in many pleasant hour» in hi» machine caught fin-
the creeks there in the Grand Ronde river was near by or he might have bait into a wide-mouthed pail into which
at every motion and every breath of
Reservation famous for its trout fishing
there drop particles containing
and picturesque scenery.
Each germ makes two every
Arthur Chase, who was injured in an
twenty minutes—that is, they multi
automobile accident some wvek» ago,
Mr. E. C. Jamin and Izruis Bretnncr ply to eight times their number ev-
able to Is- around.
cry hour at ordinary temperatures
Daniel Lynch is still at the Hospital came down from Government Camp, You can see what it means to allow
He i» out in a
but is reported better,
the milk to cool slowly instead of
get it in readinews for a phone.
cooling it artificially at once
Iz»t» of potatoes about hen- but many
"If children drink milk from un-
have re»|M>nd<-<l to second growth and •••••••••••••••••••••••••e I tested cows which have bovine tuber-
I culosis, the germs do not pass out,
Buckly Ave. is “going *>m»" in it» • «»»»»••«»••»eeeeeeeeeeeeee e but remain in the body, and by slow
change in twenty or Iwenty-five years
nice hard surface dressing, Mr. Kepka
Lewie Benfield, who holds a tswition I become human tuberculosis. All dairy
need not take a back seat when it comes
on the fin- boat, Portland, came out and animals should be tested, so that we
t<> road building.
Wednceday at home.
may know that there is no tubercu
Moat of the grain is cut here in our
Mi«« Dresser, from near Cottage Grove, losis. You teachers can do a great
burg and hay bailed and cared for. If
any of us have reason to fear the effects earn« Thursday for an extend«)! visit deal by teaching your pupils the im
portance of these things.”
of the Presidential year then- is a big with Ethel Rogers.
crop of cidibagv to keep the wolf from
kloyed Reed and Hilley Beals made a (
trip to Tillamook last week.
The old S-ven Mile house has taken
The Joseph Leader property that was i
on a new name. Il 1» “The Portland pm chase« I some time ag«i by Mr. Pratt i • ••••••••••••••a • • •
has been sub-divided into one, five, and
Sunday was an ideal day for auto-
ten acre tract» and will Is- resold.
mobiling and motorcycling and many
Mrs. Deverell and daughter Grace, of ; passed through here on their way to
Portland, visited Mr». M. E. Reed Sun . Mt. Hood. The late rain» settled the
; dust and the roads are in excellent con-
Miss Schroder of Detroit. Mich, was a i dition. Smith Brothers here were busy
guest at the Lewi» Reeil home the past mqat of the forenoon welding auto
Rain in August.
springs and repairing other minor
The unexp)-cted has happened.
Miss Lulu Pullen of Park Rose was breaks, but no serious accidents were
In spite of rain and somewhat cool Ethel Smith's guest over Sunday.
weather the autos and campers abound.
The Grange social Saturday evening
W. H. llouM-r, a protnanent business was a « uc < tss both socially and financial The first dance given by the band
was held last Saturday night in Shelly's
man of Portland, was here Sundav in
hall. About 90 tickets were sold
company with hi» wife, in their auto.
will give the next dance in
In a conversation Mr. Iloua-r said In
had always Itcen a Republican ' tit this
Mrs M. J. Wheeler, of Canby, spent
Mr. ami Mrs. Alliert Fox expect to
year hi- would vote for Wilson as Taft is
simply impossible ami Teddy is to dom sail for San Fransisco Wednesday night. the week with her niece, Mrs. Robert
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd E. Reed enter Smith.
ineering and backed by the steel trust.
company from Portland Sunday.
Mrs. Jasper Junker and four children
Vincent Friel returned home Iasi week
spent a few days at Welches.
from near Iz-wiston, Idaho, where he
0. Dalgren has traded his confection
had lieen engaged in the wheat harvest is a guest at the Will Dodson home.
Mr. Scego, operator nt Bridal Veil ery store here for a farm at Washougal.
Vincent met with an accident while
working around tie- machine which has been removed to Corbett station and Wash He, with his family, will move
will also Is- agent hen-.
there soon, while Mr. Mills, the new
coiiqs-lleit his return.
owner, will take charge of the confec- ,
John Walsh and family have moved
tionery store here.
into the house a mile west of Cherryville
and will probably remain there all win
Rev. Dr. Boyd, of the First Presby-
I terian Church of Portland, spoke at the
| Cherryville church Sunday before a
Work is progressing rapidly at the
dam as active work is in progress on a
Twenty young people, mem tiers of large audience. Several Sandy people
cutler dam at the new dain-site where a the Y. P. S. C. E., were entertained at were in attendance.
big force of men are at work. Over a lawn party at the Holgate home on
Last week burglars entered the home
lHl.OOo feet of lumber will be used in the the Base Line road last Friday night. of Guy Talmage and took his watch
construction of this immense structure.
Miss Gladys Holgate was the hostess Hnd some money, several other houses
The canal, over one mile in length, from Those present werA Mr. anil Mrs. E. D. have been visited since then, but no
Camp No. 5 is now Is-inglaid in cement, Holgate, Mrs. J. N. Faris, Misses Eva valuables were taken.
both sides and the bottom. This is a Turner, Frances and Gladys Bliss,
Harry Woods has moved here from
Laura Dolph, Rosalie and Lily Ltischer, Gresham with his family.
A. B Brooke and three other settler» Nancy Anderson, Vesta Tegart, Heather
in the “3-6” country which i» a big Thorp, Nellie Faris, Messrs. Blaine Tur
Flying Men Fall
green timber proposition, have sold their ner, Rollen Innvsbury, Herman Ans-
stomach, liver and kidney,
claims or rather optioned them for two patch, Lloyd Tegart, C. H. Stone, W. E.
years, with a proviso that if not destroy Townsend, C T. Kronenberg, Willis troubles just like other people, with like :
ed by fire in the interintim the sale will Cree, Earl Stanley and Andreas Al results in loseof appetite, backache, ner
vousness. headache, and tired, listless,
be consummated at that time.
James Ellison and son, Gordon, of run-down feeling. But there’s no need
Dr. Jayne has sold his ranch on the
Wash., are guests of Mr. Elli Co feel like that as T. D. l’rebles, Henry,
hili consist >ig of 40 acres to a Mr. Wat
Tenn., pnived. “Six bottles of Electric
kins of Detroit, Mich. This gentleman son’s brother, W. Ellison.
Bitten” he write*, “did more to give me
will take possession about (tat. 1st.
E. A. Jenkins, who is bookke per in new strength and good appetite than all
Miss Lillian B Averill lia?» linen en- the First National Bank, is taking hia other stomach remedies I used.” So they '
gaged to teach the mc I ioo I at CJivrry ville vacation with hia family, visiting help everybody. Its folly to suffer when
friends at Pleasant Home.
the ensuing year.
this great remedy will help you frcup
Mrs. L eWitt Shepard and daughter, the first dore. Try it Only 50 cents at
Ben Selling has finally lieen smoked
out. There was no qnesiion from the Thelma, a e guests at the home of C. All Dealers.
start where men of his kidney would Is- G. Fancher. Mr. ami Mrs. C. Shepard,
found in the final “round up.’’ Selling Mr. and Mr». DeWitt Shepard and
Sallow complexion come» from bil-
will have to keep on “selling sheep daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Fancher end ion» impurities) in the blood and tlie
cloding” a» Dr Lane is the next IT. S family took a drive Sunday to BnU.Kiui tank lies with the liver and biwels:—
Senator from On-gon without a doubt.
Miss Aita Robinson will join her aunt they »re torpid. The medicine that gives
In the last letter from Cherryville, at Wilhoit Springs for a few days’ results in such cases is HERBINE. It
is a fine liver stimulant and bowel regu
th«- writer stated that Ira Fiyn would camping thia week.
run the Douglas ranch another year. It
R L. Robertson spent Sunday with lator. Price 50c. Sold by Lents Phar
appears we were misinformed as Sam hie family nt Engle Creek.
Mill» is the one who will run the ranch.
W. If Boyle was in the city Sunday
Mr. Flyn will work down at the dam. to a tend the wedding of lib daughter,
Try the electr o Milk Shaker at Ijim-
I)r. Boyed preached to a large and Misa Alice Boyle, to Oscar Johns.
berts & Thompsons.
I^nta Men and Women are urged to call and inspect our line
of Suit Samples priced at
Thia line includes all samples that formerly sold for $25.00,
$28. (X) and $30.00 regular values
Right Now You Can Save From $2.50 to $7.50
on Your Fall or Winter Suit
See Samples In Windows
Schweitzer & Manz
Lents Leading Tailors
A Cool Kitchen
Even in Midsummer with
a real live Breeze Blowing
away the stifling sultry air
and cooling the whole room
That’s your Kitchen and all
others too that have an
LIGHT AND POWER CO
Main Office Seventh & Alder Streets
Telephones Main 6688 and A. 6130
Stock Tonic a Specialty
C. H. LANE
Traveling Salesman for the J. R. Watkins’
Clean, Wholesome Meats
Eggiman’s Meat Market