Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914, July 27, 1906, Image 7

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S hort I- ine
«o» U nion P acific
I IRAINS II) Illi IASI HAIIÏ
I [ItKIRS Al
WINONA I AKE
Northern Indiana’s Famous
Summer Resort.
Winona Assembly and Summer
Schrxil a National
Benefit.
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Winona lake, Indiana, i« «ituutwl
ill .out two mil,*« ea»t of the growing
village of W ai«aw near tin- crossing of
th.*
main line of the Pcnnaylvania mid
i mos hk.i‘01
Arrivi*«.
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bully
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F of h u lot»’h hlNlm. Nll'l NMN> |M •luto trotti
li i p«t rlrt. " n »I i
mid th** «•uiiini«*r I imiih ’ w of oth«*r proiiii*
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lll'llt I inllUIHi |H-opl«’. -\t ill«* ««IllrMlM’«’
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to the grotlllilM we weir |H« t l»y M «’Olli-
Ticket Otilo •, l’hir »1 Mini W m » lltllgt«:H. lliittee, welcomed to WlIloiiHAIld taken
f
w. Ktmger,
Ti leplmlie Malli 71. ■
to Winona Hotel where we «-njoy«*d a
< tty Tii krt \gi. ; \ I. < I dig, < M in iai splendid breakfiut nt the «*X| m *I im * of tin*
I’anM'iigfi \gl
hotel «ompMiiy. Then, in their order,
I« k < i I Si hedule cam«* «’MCIIIMOII <>n Wim»na Hik«* on
(II
tlie «ttcMim-r “City of Warsaw/* and an
«•x«*un»ioii through th«* wood* to hr«**h
Wrsl wnfil
K*«*IUMF i |
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An Camp under th«* had«i>hip of Col«
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oiirl lnaac W Brown, th«* “Bird ami
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«•d in hm work hv M imm Helen <«ould,
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r> r. FORTUNO
w ho et'lit l ihiit«»» \ei\ hl»«’lMlly to th«’
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mu m
work Iwing «•arrie«l on at W inona « -|H e-
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nilly that )* rtaining to th«* branch men-
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5 10 on “Bird Life” wan wry int«*r«*»»ti ig and
•« W7Í 7 <‘l ROilTU fl
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fi U 0 fi V.« * ■*» <»- inatructiw, illunltnt«d, ax it whs
o ’« 17 • 7 11 BUCAI VIH
by
bird Id«' a* it in found in the W ii otia
wo « m I i *. Th«- return to Winona pier am *
mad«* by II
in time lor a very « njoy-
able lunch al the inn. At 2
p. in.,
< hevalicr Cargiul«» aii<l hi» Italian hand
of fifty ini’iiilM-rM gave the | m * ii pUMh«*ra
a free concert hi the auditorium. The
conceit con-i»*i«*d of a nundier of tine
maintain» .«»•• »• • II* *1 ••'»)<. tr.-ii) tli. ••■•Ito
retiitiullM frolli the old lUHMtei» ahd UH m
tin . «.t mill .nulli 'Ultimili........... ..nm.tli.il»
». Illi train»
«Il irmi*. ..nllii. nul 11 nr», pa«
«'iilivcned by a du«*t »ung by .Momdeur
». ntn »• »fr »1»* ** ili* Ir
and Madam«» B. Bcgue, two of the
Choice of Routes to Chicago. Louisiille. world'» in«»»t note<| voi'aliat». At the
Memphis and New Orleans
termination of tlie c<>nc«*rt Mr. < barle»
am . rmiot " H tiis .«» foist« r»i
I.. < i\« i ton, of (’oii«*y 1 m I hiii I, X. A ., pre*
TIIV FAR I l«T
l*ri.»wcllt.' tra». I. r» l< »Irlntr Informal fem • •
M«*ntvd
a chriatian flag, d« -igm*d by him-
t.. t!.. Io»i»l rat* • «11*1 l«-«l relit" • a».* Illlllul
.............rr..|~.n*l alili th.- liilkiWin« r<pn»i-nt
»«•If, to the i « m »« m latuui. and told of it»
w<* m I ui II »|»*ak more
I:
Il TRI MHI II
’ .Olitili final Amili, I».’ origin, of which
riilnl 'trr.T. I’ortlaiwl, Of
fully th the future. After a »troll oxer
.1 t I.IMixt A I f 1« 1I." ITilr.l «tn ■ I. r.'rl tin* ground» dinner wa* nerved at the
lami
L
I- tit n llloMl'MiS r«-»<-ng.i Ax-iit. 1 .. inn.
Ihirmg the latter part of the
man Hull.llna N »til«. "«••>.
afternoon many of the «•»litorn «-iijoy«i|
KllilCIh SIMMIK IXCIKSION a «piiet hour la»ating and liahing on tn«*
lake w hiic otliern wvic delighted uitli a
KAILS.
dip in it» wat« iM.
0. K. « N.
Irdins
THE ILLINOIS
CENTRAL
Newport, Yaqnlna Bay, Hreltcnbuah
Hot Springs I rum All s. I*.
and C. A I;. Point*.
<In and after .lune I, l’"*1 ’I»' Smith-
t-rii I’llcitlc, in 1*1.111111 lion "Uli
Attili« A Eastern null.nt.l. will have "»
nah* nniml trip ticket» from |»»int» on
their line» t*< Newport, Yaqiiiiia ami
lietruit nt very low rate», g<a»l forre-
turn < Ictolier IO, 11**1.
Tltnt-.lny« ticket to Nt*w|«>rt and
Yiopiiiin, g«»»l going Hatiirdsy» ami re-
tornitili Mondava,
are also on »ale
from nil T imi Side |Hiinte, Portland to
Eugene induttive, limi from all Weal
Side j»>inta. enabling |a*ople to visit
tlit-ir families and spend Sunday nt tin*
seaside
Setmon ticket« front all Eii»t Siile
l«.int», Portland to Eugene inclusive,
mid in.in nil Went Side piinls, are also
on Hale to lletroit nt very low nite»
with atojeover privilege« nt Mill City
or any |»>int en«t, enabling tourists to
visit the Kantiani mid Brritenhtish Hot
Spring« in the Cascade Mountain«,
which enn I«* reached in one day.
Sellanti ticket« will In* g""d for re­
turn from nil |«>int» until October III.
Three-diiV ticket« will l>e g<««l going
Saturday* mid
returning
Monday«
only. Ticket« frolli Portland and vicin-
itv will !«• gmal for return via the East
or West »ide nt option of passenger.
Ticket« ironi Eugene mid vicinity will
I»* good going \ in th.* I.eliamin-Spring-
tb ld brunch if desired. Baggage on
\eW|«irt ticket« checked through to
Newport; on Ympiinn ticket to Yn-
quina only.
Sunday excursions to
Newport on the <’. At E. will liegin
.lune Kith or 17th mid run every
Sunday thereafter, leaving Albany nt
7 :30 II. in. ; leave Corvalli» H a. m.
S. P. train connect with the C. & E.
nt \ll.nny mid Corvallis for Ympiinn
nml New|«>rt. Trains on the C. At E
for Hetroit will leave Albany nt 7 :;W n.
III., enabling tourists to the Hot spring«
to reach them the «mm* day. Train«
from mid to Corvalli« connect with
till En«t Sid. train« on the S. P.
Etili information a« bi rate«, time
tiible«, etc., can be obtained on appli­
cation to .1. C. Mayo, Gen. l’usa. Agl.
C. A E. II. IE, Albany; A. I.. Craig. H.
Ct,. A. S. P. Co., Porthind, or to any S
P. or C. .k E. agent
\ a«, at ion Question Solved.
The solution of the whole vacation
<|U«*ptioii im at Winona Lake. Long ex-
l»erirlice, with th«* mean» to carry «»nt
what it umlcrtak«», ha» enabled th«*
\\ iliona .\>-cml»ly ami School» to pro-
vi«h* at it» »iiminci r«*Mort in North«*rn
Indiana every comfort and facility for
lilting
the lot I himoimc problem of
w heir to go ami w hat to <|«> for a sum­
mer vacation. A m«*ri«’am» arc more and
more turning to the big out-door», get­
ting c lower U» Nature, in the mimmcr
Feawon. That thin i» true i» evident
from the fact that nearly .’U ki .O g O |ieople
built up I mm I v ami mind, found re»t and
it*«*r«atioii, at Wiimna latke lawt »nm-
mvr. Ihiring thi» »uminer there will
I m * further evidence of thi» fact, for
douhlle»» .XMlAMHi
|M*ople will paws
through tlu* gate» of Winona.
There i» »nuity in a vacation at Wi­
nona latke. The day» are delightful,
thv night» cool. The time may be »pent
on laud or water. The vacation »«*eker
may work or play, may »tudy, may re­
ceive mental development ami relaxa­
tion at the Maine time. The Winona
A»»cmhly search«’» the Cnited State»
for clean, w hole»onie talent to inform
and entertain the visitor» to thi» beauti­
ful lake. Th«* A»»cmhly obtain» the
bent MpcakeiK from the h’cturv platform ;
the Irewt orator» from American pulpit»,
without regard to crveil; the »ingvr»,
inoiiologi»t», and similar entertainer»
hi c ot t lie k md who giv«1 keen vnjoy-
lui’iit to an audience. Above ail, every­
thing which the AM»emhly offer» iw
wholesome in tone, high in quality.
Nature at the Lake.
Nature did her preening nt Winona
Iuik«’ long h« (or<’ »lie rvcvivvil the aid of
man in beautifying the place. With
t hvHe force» combined, there ha» hern
mad«* livre the inowt inviting »|»ot in tlu*
Middle Wv»t. The lake it»v|f ha» a
»bore line of about ten mile», winding
ill long, giHceilll curve» hy wooded hill»,
and along »tretchv» of level ground.
I'he lake i» the decpc»t in Indiana,
averaging thirty feet.
The Winona
A»Mviiihly own» nearly 1,OtM) acre» along
the lake and ha» control of the entire
»Imre lint». The lake has l»evn greatly
improv«»! in ivcvnt year», a hug«’ dredg­
ing machine building up low »pot» and
cutting
long. ph*turv»qne
canal»,
I through which
I uiv «* eawy pafwag«
’l li»’ ta-teful gard«*nvr ha- not « onfln
••d I hm « ffortw to on«* part of th«* Winona
ground». II«' has built mile» of cement
walkw, ha» diill«*d a »«'or«’ or mor«* of
flowing u«'ll», which H'lid nm«*a»ing
flown of «,l«’iir, «’old water into iittractiv«*
fountain». Th«* flow«*r b«*d» in the park
ar«* h«-HHtiful, containing in I n* »ummer
many varieti«*» of goigeouiR flower».
Th« roadway» are w« II built and had
into th«« W inona ground» in all dir«*c-
tion».
Nature ha« hud nntrammeled »way
in th«* lower, or »«»iiHi«*rn, «*ml of th«?
ground». Iler gicitt b«*«'< h, elm ami oak
tree» are ax »In* grew them; Nati>n•'»
flower garden» hi the hdl» ami val«n
ar«* mm »he cultivate» them ; »lie f|oiiri»h-
• » in all h«*r untnm«d wav» hi tin» |«or-
lion of her domain.
Rule» at W inona.
Winona i» not th«* home of long-fa« «*<1
piety, even on Sumlay», hut th«* key to
it» thi’or v of the »olution of the vacation
di»*» not her«*, a» in mo many plac«*»
«•Iwwdierv, I mcoiii «' a »yimnyin for di»-
»i|Mtion and demoralization, but »tun<iw
for r«*<'r«*atio*i, « ducalion and inspiration
Then* ar«* rule» at Winona, hut only
»m h rill«-* mm nr«* i-M-onllal to th«* pie-
nervation of th«*»«* purpose». “1 don t
lik«* your rule»,” «*nid on«*, “but I do
lik«* vour p« «»ph-.” Ami the reply <»f
th«* »ii|M*rinten ent was: “Our rule»
bring our |ie«>ple.”
Ami I»« cause ol tin* »ort ol people at-
tract«*«! to Winona by it» i«l«*as and
ideal», mother» |«ermit their chi!dr«*n
out of their wight without fear that
harm w ill coin«* to them ; their «laugh­
ters and »on» travel W inona'» walks
ami Htrevt» ami path» without the
thought that temptation may l»*M«t
then* from some un* x|»-« t«*d quarter.
W inona offer» the ideal summer envior-
m«*nt forth«* old and th«* young. It
d«»*» not a|M»logt/i* tor, it rather glories
in, it» »am* restriction».
Th«* editors ami tbeir wives found
Winona Lake to I»* all that had Iwen
promises!. The day »|»vnt there was a
fitting «do*«* to th«* hospitality of the
Hoosier |»*ople. < hir stav Minong them
wdl always I m * rrmemlHTeil as “An
oa-is in the desert.Nothing was left
umloiie that w«»uld a«ld to our entertain­
ment, ami it was with a feeling of <lvep
regret that we s*«i«l goodbye to our W i-
iiona friend- and bid them (»<»I-»|»'« m I
in the great w«»rk they have undertaken
to do for humanity.
W i* shall publish on«* more letter,
descriptit«* of a visit to Chicago, ami
th«* stiskv ards,
which will ap|»*ar
next week.
EDITOR
REV. THOMAS MAXWELL
0E CLEONE
Says Politics Should Be Spoken
Of In The Pulpit
«■1.1 ONE, ORE., July SI, 11*«.—
T h Tin E iutuk :—IR-ar Sir:— In the
| ih . i Aierk'H iiuuiA" you luul nn article
li<*ailiil “ 1‘reai'her* Sliouli! K ca "| i out of
Politic»," nml hm tlie writer eliiinieil
there were tuii»i<le» to every question,
nml a» lie Im» given hi. *i<le, we thought
you might timl room for the preacher»
»ule.
••PreiArherH Hhoubl keep out of ¡»>1-
iticH." It »eemn to me I have heiiril
Hoinetliing like that liefore. I cannot
lielieve that it in original with Brother
Hollina. It »oumla like the prayer of
tlie AVhole»nle Liquor Aimociation of
I'ortlaml, nttereil at the time of the at­
tempt minie on thi" life of Mr. Rader,
‘‘Thy ereeii for n little common *en»e,
n little iniriie»», a little |>eace.” There
i» nothing mo much ih-aireil at the pres­
ent time by the rum »eller a» for the
preacher nml church inemlwr» to coiiia *
out of |»ilitie» nml give them peace, and
let them run tilinga to »nit themaelve».
Brother Rollin» diwUHaea two que»-
tlona: liquor aelling, and Sunday legis­
lation. I will try in a few word* to
give my aide from the pi cachera atnnd-
|»iint.
A» to the |ier»ecnti">n of tin* Quaker»,
or t lie burning <>f I he witchea, I have
no more aympiithv than I have for the
.lewiali church crucifying the »on of
«¡tai. Biother Rollin» you labor under
a deluaion when you declare that all
iiniuaemeiitM are proper for any day in
tlie week. The Chriatian church de-
nica the atiitement that all day» are
alike. >Ve ahull not diacu»« which day
ia the dny to la* obaerved. Gial'a law
on Mount Sinin deelmeil "Six day»
ahall yon lalair nml do nil your work,
the »eventIi day belong» to tiod.’
There wn» to la* n grent difference I»'-
tw<*< n <•<»!'» portioti of the week nml,
linin'». A» far na work and pleaaure
wn» eoncermil only ileeda of nia eaaity,
and mercy were allow able.
\Ve deny that the preacher» work ia
tiniaheil w hen lie lina warned the |»-o-
pie. He ha» the privilege of aeeing
that even* law on the atatue laaika ia
enforced a* lunch aa any other citizen,
ami Brother Rollin» you ought to know
that. Beeauae ii mini ia a preacher he
doea not eenae to la* n citizen, ami when
he linda a law U|»ni the «tatué laioka
guarding the tlrat day of the wi ek, call­
ed Sunday, lie ia under mi obligation aa
ii loyal citizen to see it ia enforced, and
the man w ho willfully breaks the laws
of the »tate wherein he live, ia mi mi-
archi.t. If the law ia laid, repeal it,
but a. long aa it is there it ought to In­
enforced.
Y<*a, we agree with yon that if it is
wrong to »ell whisky one <iay it is all
D.
illan prop.
day«. < iim I’ h i-iirae is on the luiaineaa.
“Win* unto the man that givetli his
m-ighlair drink, that putteth the Imttle
to hi» mouth," ami we lielieve that
woe »Lail fall, if not in thia life,
"iiri-ly in the next, mid the only reaaon
Hie i-hnreh ilaea it» influenci for cloaing
the aaliHin on the Sablnith more than
Cold Boiled Ham, Cheese & Bakery Goods
any other day of the week ia laa-auae
Fresh Fruits. Salads Made To Order
w<- have a law demanding aucli cloaing.
I lie church i» criticized I h «- hum * it
Im» enteri«l
|»diti<*a.
We deny
ICE
DISH,
Qt. or
tin- atatement that tin* church ia in
|«>litica as a church.
The memliera
TWEET I «MCE BLD
of the different hurcliea, aa citiz. ii»,
are in |a>litica.
113 Bdse line Road
MOMAVILLA, OREGON
And now Brother Rollin, must the
pri'Hi'iier keep jHil’tic» out <>f the pulpit? ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ *♦♦♦♦♦«♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦«♦♦♦♦
if queation* |»‘rtaining to national and
►tate government a e not fit bi la* dia-
cu»-c<i in the pulpit they are not tit to
la- diacnaaed anywhere. They need not
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liediacUHaed from a parti.an atan<l;»>int.
1 ’
Li)
Now look lu-re, When you go tiahing
<lo you go up to the gravel pit anil ait
I SUN
on tie- bunk an<l emit your line and »it
MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT
;
pa'iently waiting for a bite? -No, you
go when* the tiah are to I m found. Now
III I loda name how do you ex|»*ct the
J131
preui her to catch even a aucker if lie
goea out of |»diti<*a. Where do you find
the »al"«>n, the wholeaale liquor dealer»
O 21 1
a»»<»iation, ami ev»*ry blearnl-eyed,
liloateil-faceii toper collnectial with the
whole buaine»»? Why, ol course, in
C281
l«iliti<-». And don't you think if the
preacher is ever going to leaik a »ucker
lie must go where they are? «th, yes,
Brother Rollin»
when you get the
nal-aiiis out of |»>litie» you can w hine
!
al»>ut the preacher am! the church
—
euming >.nt. H">w long Would there I»-
any |ioiitics if the »alt should lie remov­
ed? Sialuui did not laat long, ami pol­
itic» tialay, with all the preachers mid
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church member» in it, are beginning to ♦
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THE NAME
»iiiell in Hoiue place».
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Su you «ay that it is for every citizen
to determine how he »hall »pend every
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day of In» life without interference from ♦
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STANDS
FOR
HONEST
DEALING
hi» fellow» a» long aa he conduct» him­ ♦
self a» a law -abiding citizen.
Now
We you the best obtainable for your money in fancy $
Brother Rollin» Imw can you pa«» a»
a law-abiding citizen, and willfully « Groceries, vegetables and Confectionery
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break on*- of the law. u;»m our atatue ♦
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ln»ika, concerning the tirat day of the ♦
1O1
Hibbard St., Xloritavilki.
t
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Week ?
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Again you »ay that the language of j
the <io»|»-l ia to entreat, l»*»eei*h, and
implore, mi<l if that fail» we cannot
force men to !»• g<»»i. The aanie God
G. K. HOWITT
I. T. HOWITT
w ho »aid "Thou »halt
not kill,”
aaid "Remember tlie Sabbath day to
keep it Holy.” Now if a man baa the
idea tiiat be should kill bis brother,
Mll«l UH VDtrt’At llilìl no€ to b » it, and
EXCAVATING. CONCRETE GRAVEL. AND TEAM WORK
y«*t he ih determined lo <do it. and we
lft liim go and do it, mi with any one
of the Ten Command menu*. We en-
treat men toolaa-rve them, but if they
Taking two tons or more.
are »till determined to break them we
believt* it ia right and prtqier to throw
IietilerM in Home»
Phone, Eciswt 4153
aucli »lifeguards around them aa will
Base
Line
Road,
MONTAATLLA,
ORE.
help men to keep them. That ia why
wi> have a Sabbath law. We believe
there is a necessity as well a. a moral
obligation reating ufion ua to keep it
Holy, imt merely to conqiel other» to
keep it Holy, a. it is to protect those
w ho desire so to do.
Now fifthly, finally, and in conclu­
6ILES BROTHERS. Preprietars
sion, I have lots of charity with those
WE CARRY A F"LL LISE OF
who <lo not see as I do. 1 love the
Mini of every ' saloon-keeper and law­
breaker in the land. 1 said to a saloon­
keeper one day, “You are too good a
CHOICE COUNTRY PROOCCt
man to In* in this business." He said,
Delivery
to any jiart of the city.
"Mr. Maxwell Ido not know of any thing
I could turn my hand to that I can
'' t ' abor 145.
Base Line Road, Monta»illa
make the money at as 1 can in this.”
There is money in it. 1 have not a
hard word to say against tlie aaloon-
kee;a*r, as n man. He is my brother.
But that deacon who sits in the amen
corner, and passes the liaaket on the
Sabbath day, and then gi»*» and vote]
for the man who legalizes the business,
I feel like praying for him as earnestly
DEALER IN SLABWOOD
as for the saloon-keeper and perhaps
in the judgment the saioon-kee]>er shall
North Montavilla on O. R. & N. R. R.
stand us good a show as he.
THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
M c M
SOH DRINKS. CONFECTIONS & CIGARS
CREAM BY THE
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I 8
15
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29
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Pt.,
3
10
17
24
31
4
11
18
25
1
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JULY
2
9
16
23
30
Gal.
5
12
19
26
6 7
13 14
20 21
27 28
Cha«. K. Blake & Son
!
(i. K. Howitt & Co.
Rock Springs Coal, $8 Per Ton
The Monlavilla Meat Market
Fresh and Cured Meats, Sausages
W. R. MOSER
THOMAS MAXWELL
THE GRANGE
Full measure guaranteed.
store.
Leave orders at Aylsworth s
Cor. Villa Ave. & Hibbard Sts.
Phone Tabor 189
Can4«ct.4 by
J. W. DARROW. Chatham. N. T,
JVraa ('orraapoialrnt .Vew Fork Stole
Urange
•oia«* Hrnaon. Why Farmer» sn.iulu
Join the Granse.
Because It Is controlled by farmers.
Because It opposes legislation that is
not in the fanner’s luterest.
Because Its moral tenenlngs are next
to those of the church Itself.
Because It propose» toilet the world
know that there I n such a man as the
farmer.
Because It has "don»» things" for the
farmer In tlie past and will do them In
tlie future.
Because It maintains tire Insurance
organ I znt Ions, the safest and clieii|x*st
life-existence.
R«'i*nuae It Is a farmers’ organization
working In the farmers' behalf, first,
last and all the time.
Recitum» the farmers must organize
or tie defeated In every attempt to se­
cure their just rights la legislation.
Because It favors giving the farmers'
sons and daughters all the agricultural
education they can get ami In New
York helps them to get It by giving free
scholarships I d Cornell Agricultural
college.
CAKES, PIES, COOKIES, BREAD, FOR SALE
Short Order Counter. Meals. Private Board. Etc.
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