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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 11, 1913)
<>neof the foreign delegates to the
Nervous and Sick Headaches
Torpid liver, constipated bow via and recent national W. C. T. V. convention
disordered stomach are the causes of said tliat of all the Strangs eights that
these headache«. Take Dr. King*aN<w met her gsse iu this country that
Life Pills, you will be surprised how which seemed to her the most strange
quickly you will get relief. They was Io see i eople drinking water. Per-
stimulate the different organa to do liai* she will take some of our bubbling
their work properly. No better regulator , fountains home with her to Introduce
Entered »« Second Claes Mail Mutter at Lente. Oregon, Augna! 25, IVI I
for liver and bowels. Take 25c and in-1 her native |>eo|>le to the hygenic way to
vest in a box to-day. At all druggiata or take a drink.
Published Every Thursday at l ent». Or»., by the M t . S o » tt PvM.iamN« Co.
A medal ooutvet will take place at
by mail. II. E Bucklen & Co. Phil.
Iwata school on Friday, Deo. ID.
H. A. DARNALL, Komis axt> M anaom .
delphia and St. l-ouia.
The meeting will lie in the afternoon so
Office Phone: Home 1111. Residence: Tabor fcUS
that parents of the children may at
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Saved His Foot
tend. The children ul the fourth and
°f Bantam, O., suffered fifth grades are by their representatives
GOOD many explanations
h;Ft|,a from horrible ulcer on hi. fm.t.for four to compete (or a baantiful silver medal.
have been made of the re- November, with only threelirt s yean. I'oct or advised amputation, but
A program of great merit was pre
________ »nd three deaths in the country he
suit of the recent city election,
- - and reluctantly tried Buck sented at the Friend's Church last
tired of districts tributary to the town len'a Arnica Salve aa a laat resort. He Tuesday.
Perhaps the people are t---- —.
"I used your salve and
elections, but there were a lot At that rate undertakers and then wrote:
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who didnot attend because they | doctor, »ill ^v. CotUge Gm. remedy for bums, cuts, bruises and or-
At The Churches
sema. Get a box to-day. Only 25c
did not know enough about the a wide berth,
All druggists or by mail. H. E. Buck
questions to be voted to vote in
len A Co.. Philadelphia or St. Ixxiis
An intereating program will be given
telligently. There was little of
Vancouver had the banner
by the W. N. 8. at 11 A. M
personal interest, as in case of marriage license month in No It it as an egg producer that
vember, 195 being the nunber Indian Runner duck has gained
Sermon at 7:30. Theme "Foregivcneaa
election of officers, and the in issued. Cupid seems to be on
what it is ami what it <ioea. ”
dividual who was not expecting
I*. CONKLIN, Pastor
something from a contract did the job at Vancouver even if the
not feel a personal interest in stork and grim death are tak-
in^ a lay off at Cottage Grove.
M. B- CHURCH
results. It was simply a further
Preaching ll a. m. by the pastor.
proof of the fact that people
.Services at Bennett Chapel 3 p. tu. Ep
Doc. Wiley claims that detec
have not so far advanced in
worth league 6 p tn.
have ransacked his room Iowa passed a law which cut« off the In the evening District Superintendent
philanthropic citizenship that
routh« from tlie schools ami it James Moore D. D. will preach.
they will inconvenience them for confirmation of rumors that ; smoking
1« made the duty of teachers and school
your children and strengere Io
selves in matters that have no he made a fortune. Does that board* to enforce it. H the boy insists the Bring
personal interest to them. mean they were after the upon smoking he mutt quit or lie de-
W. Boyd .Moore. Pastor.
1 nied achiHil privilege*. It it a Scien
Another reason for the result money?
tifically eatabliaheti fact that a school
was in the lack of information
Imy cannot smoke without injury to
on most of the questions.
“If you want to make good in himself. "To say that a school boy has Lord's Day serviceo, Dec. 14. Bible
Measures of such importance this world let booze alone.’’ says acquired the tobacco habit to such a de I *tch<iol 9:45 a. ni. Morning woraiiip It
should have been brought before John L. In other words a solil gree that he cannot quit nr be assisted ». in. Them. <>f sermon, "God'. Work-
the people a month before elec oquy taken in time will prevent to quit, is all poppycock," says an Iowa , tnansbip.” Elmo Height. Sunday
paper. It is believed that with the co
tion. As it was. no one saw a a sermon.
operation of the parents, the teachers ; »cbool 2.30 p tn. Young People', meet
copy of the proposals until a
and school board will help a great ing, 6:30 pm. Evening worahip 7:30
week before election, and there
The theory that the eldest son many boys who are suffering from p. tn. Theme of sermon, "Christ the
was barely time to read them
is inferior to his younger broth nicotine poisoning, to become strong Absolute Maa<»r." Stranger, always
ove^ aside from forming a judg
J. M NELSON, Pa.tor.
ers may be due to the fact that
he has to bear the brunt of ex
Some of the measures should
have won out. The commis
sioners are not the worst men
BftEEZY ITEMS CONTRIBUTED BY HERALD REPORTERS AT NEARBY POINTS
This is the time of year when
in the world and a good deal of
the criticism that is being made Johnny begins to figure that he
was burled in the cemetery here, ami
in regard to their administration don’t want nuthin' but an air
by her side his earthly tenement was
is unjust. All new plans meet riffle, an’ a sled, an’ apir uh «--------------------------------------------------- S ' also buried. He was the father of 11
with more or less opposition. skates.
cbildreu, fix of whom preceded him to
December as pleasant as May'
For the rainy season this weather is the higher life. The funeral ceremonies
People get used to looking at
surely bard to twat. For good health, were conducted by Rev. Runyan an
matters from a certain view
President Wilson seems to pure air and the best of water Old old comrade ami an old friend.
point develop a habit, as it cling to the old idea that the pen Oregon is tn the first class to say noth The writer read with much satisfac
were, and a change will almost is better than a sword in dealing ing about the wealth of fruit, flowers, tion the message to Congress hv tlie
inevitably arouse some resent with Mexico.
and the boundless opportunities and re President. This is the first time in the
sources without end. Now let there lie lu«tory of the country that emphasis is
ment which having been allayed
effort compelling the greedy laid on the necessity of providing rural
by better acquaintance will
speculators to let loose the strangle credits for the farmer. "Agriculture"
prove to be highly satisfactory.
said the (treat Napoleon, "is my first
hold they have on us.
Six months is too short a time to
care, for out of it grow all other forms
pass final judgment in a matter
week to submit to a surgical operation of national prosperity"
Mill 1 1-4 mile« southeast of Kelso
for an obstruction to his digestive or
of so much importance as a gener
gans. The main surgeon was Dr. S
al condemnation of such a body
Rockey assisted hv Dr. Watts Botkins
eldest son of Dr. Botkins, both of Port «-------------- ;------------------------- ‘------- ft
TURNED WORK land. They discovered two gall stones, Mrs. E. <>. Kardell and little daughter
Has any other town in the
one large one in the gall-duct and a
expected home thia wees.
LUMBER $6 AND UP smaller one in the duct that leads from are Mrs.
state the general air of prosper Large
W. J. Wirtz ami family moved
stock of Dimemion Lumber on hand
ity that now prevails in Lents? Rough and Dreued lumber for all purpose« the pancr aa. Tne Dr. despite hie to Portland last week.
Within the past week three busi send order to JONSRUD BRiwi. Byring RD J emaciate«! condition rallied in good Mrs. Ralph Hheppard, of Portland,
shape from the anesthetic and at this visited at the home of her parents, Mr.
ness institutions of the town
writing bright hope, are entertained for and Mrs I). 0. R“ss last week.
have moved into new, better and
I his complete recovery.
Mrs. Geo. Bunday who baa lieen quite
There was a railroad meeting at ill, is slowly improving
roomier quarters. Even before
Sandy thia week to consider a proposi
Albert Ekstrom hat built a new barn
the stock is out of one of the
tion to build a railroad over the mount and is making other improvements on
places vacated the sound of the
ain* to connect with a system now in bis property in Thompson's addition.
hammer is heard in the work of
operation Every one hopes that this
Miss »he Jones is employed at the
wrecking the old building to
is a go as the parties behind this pro C. C Store where Mis» Hazel Wirtz was
ject are responsible and cla tn they formerly employed.
make way for a commodious
mean business. We shall see what we
Mrs. E H. Kelly has lieen entertaining
new substantial structure. And
her father, J. W. Btudebaer, of Castle
with the announcement of this
A logging nud will be built with very Rock. Wash.
improvement comes the report
little donbt from a point between | M. L. Kent, formerly ot Gresham,
that at least two others will be
All Goods and Work
Eagle Creek and Estacada up into the has trailed bis home in Portland for a
3-8 county south of this section, from . store and farm at Reno, Washington.
completed before the summer
the fact that a heavy timber firm is i Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Carman, of Port
season shall have been reached.
tiebind thia project ajnd owning a big land visited at the home of F. A. Halli
That will make seven new busi
tract up in that country that must coon day and J. H. Host laat week.
ness structures in the town with
lie moved on account of danger from
Mrs. L. H. (Islxirne and daughter.
in the year and all of the sub
fire and it is reasonable to suppose that | Mias Bessie spent Thanksgiving with
stantial sort. We will wait till
they will soon be in action
The road Mrs. Osborne's daughter, Mrs. Portia
is already surveyed and all the prelimi Laver, at Carlton, Ore.
the eggs are hatched before
nary steps are taken.
M I«ee Carman, formerly of Gresham,
NOTES OF THE W. C. T. U.
Doings of Our Neighbors
Real Estate Loans
II you need money to pay off your
mortgage call on us, we have ihe funds to
loan you in any amounts, large or small.
If you contemplate building and nerd help,
come and see us, we will furnish the neces
sary capital as your building may progress
and at lowest rates.
We have financed several new build
ings in Lents, so why not yours? Abstract
and good title is required, we will look after
We are here to help build up Lents
and vicinity and it will pay you to call on us
as we can handle all good loans, large or
small, and save you the annoyance of deal
ing with brokers and money lenders that
you do not know.
The Multnomah State Bank
UNITED STATES POSTAL OEPOSITORV
Lents Sts., Portland. Oregon
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Electricity can be used in any quan-
tity, large or small, thereby furnishing any re
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lamps can be located in any place, thus afford
ing any desired distribution of light.
No other lamps possess these qualifications,
therefore it is not surprising that electric lamps
are rapidly replacing all others in modern es
A. N. GARDNER
Another standard product has
been admitted for Oregon with
in the past week. Pendleton
has closed a corn show that has
in it the elements of more value
than ever the Round Up can
offer—a show that must convince
the people of eastern Oregon
that wheat is not the only cereal
that is adaptable to their soil
and climate. And Portland is
treated to an exhibit of the same
sort. Not only will corn grow
in Oregon, but it will mature in
many sections of the state. A
few years of cultivation will de
velop strains that will be adapt
ed to this climate and corn fed
hogs will not be an unknown
product on the Pacific Coast
Cottage Grove’s city health
officer reports that there was
neither a birth nor a death in
for a stove while our big re
duction sale is on. Qur0
sale on heating stoves, cook
stoves and ranges will con
tinue all tins week and
Our low rent and cash
prices enable us to sell
furniture lower than you
can buy elsewhere.
A. D. Kenworthy & Co.
I. O. O. F. Bld’g.
The funeral oi old Mr. Flynn occurred
on Monday of this week at the home of
b'S daughter, Mrs. David Douglas near
Handy. The interment was at the
cemetery here. At the time of hii
death Mr. Flynn was in his 72d year.
He was born in West Virginia and at
the opening of the Civil War he enlist
ed in a West Virginia cavlary regiment
arxl wounded at the battle of Falling
Waters He was married in hie native
state and after a few years came to
Missouri and from there to Kansas
from which state lie i'nme to Oregon in
1WJ locating near this place on a ranch
now owned by Mr O Hugh. He e his
wife died a few years ago and her body
but recently foreman of the Bottineau
Courxnt, Bottineau N. D. has resigned
his position there and will go tn Chicago
the first of the year to take a full course
in the Linotype school at that place
Frank Metzger expects to move his
farnilj into Lewis Metzger’s house in
the near future. Mr. Metzger has been
farming Mrs Wilsons farm at Damascus
H L. Creushaw and family have
moved into a house on Fifth Ht.
Mr. and Mrs. William Thom, and I
lit tie daughter, expect to sjieml Christ
mas with relative* in North Dakota.
Master Harry Squires »a« very ill
with hronical prietimi nia last we< k.
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