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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 7, 1913)
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Watches Cocks and Jewelry
Repaired and Made to^OTder
E. P. Tobin is preparing to build a
concrete building on First Avenue.
J. P. Nordin
Veteran Undergoes Operatiofl
Mrs. M. Morgan has treated her
house to a coat of white and green
Mr». X. Griffith of 9th Avenue will
move to her new home at Mt. Tabor
Mrs. Chat*. Tilman and Mrs R A.
Bft'wu spent Wednesday with Mrs.
BEGINS it» forty • fifth school year Coplen at Oak Grove.
G. W. Ijindoti of Park Avenue, over
eighty years of age was the subject of
an operation on Monday afternoon at
Seiwood hospital. Mr. I .andon has
been a sufferer for a long time from a
wound in the lower part of hie leg and
il reache*I a point when he considered
it impossible to endure it any longer so
he decided on amputation. Dr. W.C.
Belt of Hooper, Wash., was consulted,
having beeu acquainted with the
patient (or many years, and the result
was the operation.
It is a little early vet to say what
will lie the result of the undertaking
but at last report Mr. Landon stood
good chances of a speedy recovery.
StVTKM^KR IS 'SIS.
"OURSES n manvphasesof
Mr. an<! Mrs. Geo. Spring an* spend-
ing their vacation at Lutgen, Oregon.
s M ining forkstrv . Con- I cut on the han I Tuesday while work-
i tng on the Wing wood xaw.
Mrs. S. E. Coon of 5th Avenue
TWO-YEAR COURSES In asricui -
visited Mr. and Mrs. Buckley in Irving
ARTS FORKSTRV. COMMKRCS PHARMACY
Mrs. Bryant Keller of Iwkeport, ton last Tuesday.
TEACHER'S COURSES io mAnual (California is visiting her parents, the
training, agriculture, domestic science Huntingtons in Shady wood Park.
Roy White and Chas. Thomas have
gone to|S< a|>pooae to spend a couple of
MUSIC, including piano, string, band
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Freeman of the weeks hunting and fishing.
instruments and voice culture
theatre took in the Heilig theatre
A BEAUTIFUL BOOKLET entitled
W. Barnes, one’of the Ia*nts firemen,
"T he E nrichment of R ural L ife "
is suffering from Xn°tber3severe~attack
and a C atalogue will be mailed free
of poison oak in his eyes, file injured
Lewis Ogle, who was quarantined at
Address H. M. T ennant , Registrar,
them by going to the fire laxt Monday
h>s home on Sth Avenue, with scarlet
(tw 7-u te»-»)
fever has about recovered.
At Hie Chinches
M. B. CHURCH
Preaching 11 a. in. Subject: "The
t'om|*a>« of S*M*ia) Life."
Bennett Chapel 3 p. m
service in the evening, and reception of
members. The public is kindly invited
to all tiwwe services
The l>est, intel
lectual, social, and moral privileges
are commanded by tlie church «nd we
do our part.
W I OYD MOORE Pastor
EV ANGELICAL CHCRCH
At 11 o'clock the Pastor will preach
on "Johns’s Great Choice.”
evening at 8 o’clock Rev. Bowersox of
the 1'nited Evangelical Church will
A warm welcome and good
music are promised to all who come.
P. Conklin Pastor.
J. P. Nordin wishes to announce to
J Stanford Moore is home from
I Salem to spend his vacation with his the public that he can be found with
Rayburn A Sons in the ¡futureAll
i parents. Mr. and Mrs. tv. B. Moore.
left with him for repair wa-
save«! during! the fire Monday morning.
Little Myrtle Burns of Ninth Avenue
underwent an operation for appendicitis
Ralph Miller, bead of the collection
her home Sunday. She is now con department of the Portland Gas and
Clearence of summer goods, at
Coke Companv. was out last Saturday
and placet! the collections for this
which must be sold out at some
district with F. R. Peterso**, of the
price before^ the fall stock arrives. N. Nygaard is continuing to expand Lents Pharmacy.
This time he is building a concrete
bakery building in the rear of his
Mr. and Mrs. H. Ward and sons
shops. Mr. Ewing has the contract. Edgar and Edson of Lakeport, Cal.,
former neighbors of the Huntington’s,
on their way to Eastern Washington
Mrs. Damali, accompanied by her stopped for a few days in Portland and
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenn tt, went Lente.
to visit relatives in Salem Saturday and
Mr. am! Mrs. Dalle- Simonsen, Mrs.
W H Mr Dowell, and W W. Me
Dowell, took dinner with Mr. and Mrs
Capt. Hazen and family drove to St. J. G. McDougal Sunday and then drove
North Main Street.
Helens last Sunday to visit Cap’s to Estacada, returning in time to wit
parents. They made the drive in nine ness the fire
an*! one half hours, a distance of thirty
Miss Rosie, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. F. Mysing. Kennett Avenue cele
brated on the third her 15th birthday
The Ladies Aid Society of the M. E. a« a guest of Neptune at Seaside. Her
Church will hold an ice cream social on many well wishing friends congratulate
Mrs. O. E. Lent’s lawn Wednesday. her.
August 13, afternoon and evening. All
Your Optician should tx* selected with
as much car*- as yonr family physician
Mrs. Otto Katzkv returned Wednee- —and when you have fount! a reliable
Not for his good,
. day from an extended visit in Washtng- one. stick to him.
1, 4 1-2 h. p. M. M. . . . $150. i ton, New York, Chicago and Minne- but for your own. The better acquaint
1, 8 h. p. M. M................ $175. i sota points. She i« delighted to be ed that he is with d your
> for you. Dr.
home again and Mr. Katzkv acts tike ! better work he will
1, 4 h. p. Harley Davidson $135. I he was trie victim of a “toot”. Otto ' Erwin I
; bungalow office
1, 8 h. p. M. M. ........... $200 , does’nt approve of being a lonesome | opposi*"
widower with two deserted childrai
New Eagle and Day ■
ton Motor Cycles for
Repairs a Specialty
Third Ave. and Foster Road
Is located in the heart of Gari-
balldi Beach, Tillamook County,
on the P. R. & N. Ry., only a
short ride from Portland.
Nice level lots, streets graded,
water piped and all underbrush
cut; fine sh?.dr.
The regular services an* all main-
tained at the Baptist Church.
pastor will preach on the following ante
jectx this coming Lord's Day. A. M.—
"The Man That God Calls a Fool.”
P M.—"The Unpardonable Bin.” All
Rev. J. M. Nelson, Pastor.
PRICE S35 TO $300
$5 PER MONTH
Spend your outing here and
enjoy the hunting and fishing
and beach pleasures. The fi
nest beach in the Northwest.
Camping grounds free.
■MANY COTTAt.ES AND BUSINESS
HOUSES NOW CNDKR CONHTRVCTION
For further information regarding thl«
Hummer resort #11 out this .coupon and
receive complete and minule details by
mail, or call at office and see photographs
Address ........................................... ...........
G. A. JONES REALTY CO.
449 SHERLOCK BLDG . COR. THIRD
AND OAK STS PORTLAND ORE.
PHONE MARSHALL 1ST«.
The’hest of all fun *m your vacation is a Kodak d< n’t
jro’without one and
sorry afterward. Kodaks 2 to $25
Geo. W. Baldwin
B. ti. Lrmona
F. S. Dunning, Inc.
East Side Funeral Directors
414 East Alder St., on I ast nth St.
Prompt, Efficient and Courteous Treatment
Advertised letters for week ending
August 2, 1913:
Allen, Mias Blanch, Bewley, T;
Elliott, Mr. and Mrs. Edward; Wilson,
J. 8; Gerratt, M. R; Haney, Mrs;
Lamar. Mrs. Celia; Mann, Mr. Rob
Miller, C. 0; Riggins, Martin; Tislay,
Mrs. Eitle; Zocher, Miss Delma.
GEO W. SPRING Postmaster.
Hay, Feed and Grain
Washed Gravel, Sand
The Best Pain Killer
Bucklen's Arnica Salva when applied
to a cut, bruise, sprain, burn or scald,
or other injury of the skin will immedi
ately remove all pain. E. E. Chamber- I
lain of Clinton, Me., says:—"It robs
cuts and other injuries of their terrors.
As a healing remedy its equal don't
exist.” Will do good for you. Only
26c. at all druggists.
GET OUR PRICES
Cement, Brick, Lime, Wall and Land Plaster
MCKINLEY & BUNDY
1 Bl-k East of Main St. on Poster Boni
Phonea Tabor HriH; Home 3112
Sand and Gravel at
82St. and 45th Ave., S. E.
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Call Telephone l abor 2003
Will do your Painting, Tinting,
Papering and Finishing.
John Brown, Gresham, Ore.
208 Gilbert Road
PHONE TABOR 1417
Leave Orders at Mount Scott
SGE.OO Buys a Good
t-J Summer Suit
AT THE LEADING TAILORS
Buys, Sells and
The Copeland Lumber Company
o « o «o o ok »«» «» k > oo oo> «OK»
$ 35.00 $
it costs no more at the beginning.
you'll Ilka for its thorough
seasoning, for its ease in
working up. That is tha
kind we handle and tha
kind you will do well louse,
It saves a whole lot in the and.
Latest Patterns, Best of Work. Repair
ing and Cleaning Solicited
Architects and Builders.
Excavating, Concrete Construction, Building, Plas
tering and Finishing,
We do the whole thing-You move in without worry or risk
Estimates Submitted on all Plans and Specifications
Complete Home For Cash
or on Terms
Plans Free With all Contracts
Phone Tabor 3993
Filins, (Plates, Packs Velox paper, Azo paper, cards
Developing Powder, etc. If you haven’t time to do your
own developing let us do it for you.
Peroxide Cream keeps away the tan and freckles, be sure
along. 25c to 50c
Hammocks Jrom $1.00 to $5.00
$800. to $2500
Monthly Payment Plan
is the place to*get the lx-xt of tiw* x» axon in
Come and look
Meats, Vegetables, Fresh Butter and Eggs
Take along your Writing Paper, Envelopes, Pens, Candies,
Cigars, etc., and you will be sure to have just what you
Our Special Chocolate Creams, Regular 40c pound Special
at 30c pouud. Try a pound.
Mount Scott Drug Co
Railroad and’Main Street
Bright Realty and
HEE OUR LINE Oh’
Sausages, Hams, Bacon and Pickled Meats
Office 2 blocks East of P. O. on Fos
Phones Lents Horne 2111 ; Talxir 424!»
THE HERALD $1.00 PER YEAR