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OREGON CITY COURIER, FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1904
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Quarterly Meeting of tbe Clackamas
County 6range"Varlous Teso
The Pomona Grange met with Oswe
iro Grange cn Wednesday of last week,
A number of patrons came from a dis
tance, who were hospitably entertained
and lodged by the good people of Onwe-t-o.
The attendance was good. Only a
:ondenned statement of the proceedings
can be given.
The following resolution waB adopted:
That the master of the Pomona Grange
mi point a member of each subordinate
r range for tbe purpose of circulating the
petition to the legislature for a direct
On account of the time when the
petition with Us signatures must be on
lile with the secretary of state, which
h February 6th, the circulation of the
petition will be expedited as much as pos
sible. Mrs. Niblin, of Evening Star Grange,
installed the following Pomona officers
mr the year. (She performed this duty
i n ideal manner, off-hand, and in po-
tic language, in fact, as the grange
itual flows from her tongue it is poetry.
hat the lady is not by any means un
uandsome renders the task she performs
10 well all the more Interesting. The
grange thanked her with a rising
Miss Helen 8prague asB'iBted i i the
installation as conductress.
Oswego Grange has a piano and not
I the least interesting phase of the in
t tallation was the instrumental music
The following are the new Pomona of
ficers: Master, Wm. GrieBenthwaite;
overseer, J. W. Thomas; lecturer, Geo.
Workman ; steward, William Beard ; as
sistant steward, A. H. Glover; chaplain,
0. A. Eaton ; treasurer, T. L.Turner;
secretary, 0. E. Spence; gatekeeper, Ed
Bates; iereg, Delia Guttridge; Porno ia,
Maggie Johnson; Flora, E. T. B. Thom
as ; L. A. S ., Rose Robbins .
Robert f h'ibel introduced two resolu
tions, one in regard to assessing bank
ers and the other in regard to giving the
state supreme court more power, which
were voted down.
Sister Maggie Johnson's resolution
that tbe grangers make an exhibit of
their agricultural products in Port
land during the presence of tbe National
Grange, was adopted by unanimous
Twenty dollars was voted from funds
in tbe treasurer's .bndg or purchase of
By a rlbing vote the toll )w!nu resolu
tion was adopted introduced by Bro.
VV hereas.Our highly esteemed Brother
: and Uo-worker, J. 8. Casto, is deprived,
by sickness, of meeting with the broth-
ers and sisters of , Clackamas Pomona
1 (-iranuo in Hension at Oswecro. in the
county where our brother has done so
much for the promotion of grange prin
ciples, therefore, be it
Resolved, That we express our appre
ciation of the work of our good brother
during the years gone by and devoutly
hope that we may again be honored by
his presence and grasp his band of fel
lowship and again bear his voice in be
half of the cause which we know he
loves so dearly.
A. M. Shibley introduced a resolutions
in regard to a parcel past and postal note
whieh were adopted.
On tbe 20th of this month, s?id Bro.
Sawteli of Molalla 810, delegates from
the several subordinate granges will
hold a meeting at Maple Lane grange
hall for the purpose of forming a mo
hair pool, and possibly discussing a wool
Mrs. Howard read a letter from J. 0.
Wing, state business agent of the grange
of Wnsbington county .
Resolution passed that the secretary
correspond with the object of securing
bids for binder twine.
Garfield Grange, No 317, through
Brother Ha v kins.invited the Pomona to
viBit it in April, which was unanimous
ly accepted. The Garfield grange hall
18 a few miles from the brand-new rail
road town of Estacada.
The following are the committees of
one, from each grange as named, for cir
culating the primary yoti rtg petition :
C. C. Borland, Oswego; L, H. Kir
chem, larding; L. H. Cochran, Molalla,
310; Robert Khubel, Molalla 40; Hnry
Breithaupt, Damascus; A. R. awkins,
Garfield; Robert Ginther, Sunflower;
E. N. Bates, Eagle Creek; A R. bib
ley, Springwater; A. J. Lewis, Maple
Lane; George Lazelle, Wirner; T. R.
A. Sellwood, Milwaukie; Walter Hall;
Electric; Master Davis, Clackamas; T.
L. Turner, Tualatin; E. C. Spence,
Central; . R.Miller, Highland.
The following resolution presented by
Bro. 0. E. Spence was adopted:
Whereas, The Clackamas Pomona
Grange has earnestly supported the
Initiative and Referendum for a number
of years, therefore, be it
Reso.yed, That this Pomona Grange
A Woman's Wealth.
is highly gratified with the recent dec!'
sion cf the Oregon Supreme Court in
holding that the Direct Legislation
amendment was legally enacted, and j
trusts that the emergency clause may '
soon be confined to such cases as it was
By resolution $4 was denoted to . each
of the three granges, Harding, Warner
Stata Secretary Mary Howard an
nounced that next month delegate
must be eltcted for the county convention
at Oregon City on March 8tb, which will
elect delegates to the Bute Grange.
State Secretary. Mary Howard an
nounced that the National Grange sec
retary C. M. Freeman, had remove, from
Washington, D. C.,to Tippecanoe Oily,
c ass of 19 took the fifth degree.
After their initiation tbe following pro
gramme was rendered:
Instrumental music, Delice ullen;
reci'atiori, Lynes Shipley ; duet.encored,
Hughes Bros ; recitation "How Thf
Minister Fed the Calf," Mies Johnsou ;
recitation, Mr. Bates , r; recitation and
song, Mr. Campbell jrecitation, "Hrcond
Thought," Agnes Shipley; recitmion,
Miss Erma Sbibley ; reading, Mrs. Mury
Howard ; instrumental music, violin and
piona, Henry Shannon and Homer
Krone; recitation, Miss Gutfige,
Oswego Grange wis given a rising
vote of thanks for its kind hospitality.
t 9 :30 in the evening the chairs and
benches were cleared away aid the
ytung folks began to dance.
A Very Close Call.
"I stuck to my engine, although every
joint ached and every nerye was racked
with pain," writes 0 W. Bellamy, a lo
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to give up, I got a bottle of Electric Bit
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women. The general conditions which con
tribute to health and long life, are those which
do not imply a rapid and unequal exhaustion
of those powers by which life is maintained.
While we assert that the women of our land
stand peerless for beauty and the virtues that
make them lovable, We cannot hide the fact
that there are thousands in our midst who,
owing to overwork, worry, household cares,
and an unequal exhaustion of life power, have
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At the performance of the drami
"Are You a Mason?" at Shiveley'
opera house on last Saturday evening
it was quite a novelty to see a ra amber
of the fire department with a Babcock
extinguisher on hand and occupying
place of vantage in case of fire. During
the day the chief of police had inspect
ed the opera houee and pronounced ii
unsafe in case of fire unless extraodinan
precautions were taken to prevent thi
same, In order that every precautior
might be observed arrangements were
made with the fire department to hae
present and ready for action at every
performance a member of the fire de
partment with a Babcock extinguisher.
This will be continued during this sea
son, at the 'close of which the opera
houee will be remodeled, tbe etage
placed at tbe north end, instead of the
south of the ball, and two or more exits
"Itchlngs hemorrhnMs wer the pinkie of my
ite. Way almost j'lld. Doan'sOintnilri, eurt'd
me qulckl nd ptCmanently, after doeton liml
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Brunswick House and Restaurant
Newly Furnished Rooms,
Meals at All Hours Open Day and Night
.Only FirstC lass Restaurant in the City
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Elk Horn Livery Feed i Sale Stable
HORSES BOUGHT AND SOLD
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