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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 7, 1906)
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GRESHAM and MONTA VILLA, MULTNOMAH CO., OREGON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1906
Anna Craawell, of .Multnomah Grange 1 A motion was made by A. F. Miller of The fkMoss family Entertainment , New Principal of the Greshim Sch oo Many
Improvements Being Made
H c II wimn I, and aeconded by F. If. Crane,
not realise the number of
Belle M. Heard, of lent« Grange Ceres. endorsing "Beaver State Herald” a»a
Ada O. English, of Woodlowu Grange, medium through which It would lie pro evening was enjovetl by a large audience. charge of the Harrington, Washington, improvements being made by those
Little Elbert Talmage IteMoss, two public gnd high schools for several year» around us until the matter is looker! it-
fitable to the Grange to publish the regu
Anna Anderaon, of Columbia Grange, lar prta-eedlnge of all local Grangers aa years and three months okl, came in for I past, an<l who in fact is responsiMe for to. C. L. Crenshaw, the plumber ami
Very Successful Session — Offi Iauly Assistant Steward.
well a« the Pomona Grange proceedings, hl» share of the honors, doing well bis their present very satisfactory »landing tinner, gives ns a very good idea of some
all ma»teia were requested to see j part in directing the orchestra with the ! through out that state, ba« been selected of the improvement» made recently.
The Installation of officer» will taku
Among the number who have re-
| baton, atxl singing a song much to the a» the man, to whom can («safely trust
place at the next rrgular meeting, which that all meeting» of their Granges are
Pomona Grange met in regular quart occur»on the 3rd Wednesday in March, repotted and »ent to the |>»|>er for publi- delight of all. He was encore»! alter ed tbs responsibility of bringing Gre»- 1 modeled their residence», put in modern
erly session with Gresham Grange last with the Kussellville Grange. After the tion, also urgeiug all Grange» hr sub I each number ami Ixtwed politely in ham’s schools to the front. Prof. Baker hot and cold water system», and «ewers,
re»pon»e each time, Nearly every num- i comes very highly recommende»! by such I built new residences ect, are Ed. Sleret,
Wednesday morning, In the alwence of above loci l>een uecided a recess was set i hr for the p»|*r that the good work
j lx-r of the program was encored. The noteti educators a» State Superintendent Fre<i Merill, A. Domett, A. J. Stout,
Worthy Master l>avis, (koveraeer G. II called for »upper which proved to lie
County Superintendent J. Townsend, M. Kroneniterg. R.Teggart
The following members of the 4th de Zilipbone number was one of the most Ackerman,
Crane tilled the chair. Very htlJe busi another treat to nearly 211» hungry
1 novel, ami the blowing of two horns and K. F. Robinwm, ami other note»! men, and other» too numerous to mention.
ness ws« done In the forenoon, a few
A lot of improvement ha» also been
of the ftlh, or Pomona degree: From I playing two parts by Mr. I>eM<m» wan and give» promise of condm-ting a
splendid remark« were made tindrr the tor all and almost a» many more.
made tn and art und Cottrell, upon all
certainly a crack namber.
Promptly at 7 p. m. Grange was call-
gi»»l <4 the order, which quickly gave
are to lie cougratulateb in their choice. of which friend Crenshaw has done some
way to the call of dinner, which had 1 «d tp
order, — at ---------
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-------- hill, Agues Wilkinson, Mr». T. Brugger,
good work in the way of plumbing a nd
been provided by Pl«a»unt Valley ami Grange, offered a resolution denouncing
| tinning, yet there are some who said
<'realism Grange». After a feast such ■ th»- free di»tribution of «ee»la by the]
THE COUNTRY NEWSPAPER.
* that a [dumber and tinner, could not
E'pier, Bennie Spier, Walter
»« Is only sujoyril at Orange dinners, th« U. S.Government, which was promptly ' *”**■
Mrs. Wm Cumming» has l>een on the
makes living here, let alone build np a
Grange was call««I to order by Worthy <>n<lore»l iry all present. A resolution Lewi», Hess P. Shaffer, A. W. Walker, sick list the past week.
The Press and Printer, a trade pa- g(Xxl business.
A resolution pretaining
Willie Sorenson has taken the contract per published in Boston, has been
to the tariff on jute, etc. »»• offered by that the question of purchasing the locks ‘»range, Nancy II. Union. From Lente
tn carry the Evening Journal for the making observations of 40 or SO ex
K. W. Gill, which was referred to a
changer. the result of which is’ an PLAN TO WORK CONVICTS ON
committee rampuaed of Messrs, Miller, ones by th»» V. H. Government, U ner, !»al»-l Rockwell, Mrs. L. Aasmns,
of their character that could
’ brought before the coming legislature ' Arthur Custer. From Pleasant Valley
C. Mcltonald is blowing out stumps
Cram- am! Gabuin.
Mr. A. F. Miller of Ksllwood, wa» was adopted and Mr. PagetAppointed a Grange, E. H. Jenne, Mattis Bowman, on the Itautn tract.
Mr. J. W. Shattuck, together with
of the newspapers of Oregon. The
sleeted Fire Insurance director for dis I rominitlee of one to draft suitable "•»<» Tom Snaahall.
tribute paid to these faithful workers other members of the State Road
Grunge, A. B. Wood, Mrs. A. B. Wood.
trict No. tt including Multnomah, Col lotions for that purpose.
is well deserved and will bear repro Commission committee, have met and
Tbs cohiuilttee on the state tuanufac-I Evening Star Grange, J. B. Gebrs, B. the Ketchuni twenty acre tract thia fall. duction here:
umbia and Clatsop conn tie».
“it occurred to us this week as we drafted a bill to be presented to the
Election of officers waa the most ale ture of jute bags, with convict lalxir w»r E»-e l’aget, Margaret E. Paget.
Every fieli »tone and pijie h an been
over our 40 or 60 exchanges, to coming session of the Legislature pro
•orbing question of the »lay, »nd after
■Ing up in the road« in our pa.ts by the
note the moral tone of them. These viding for the working of state pris
much Imlloting, ami a go.«! nature»! made by Mr Lee, chairman of the com- t*"' new,.v elwted memTwra snd car«i to liofile of »urveyorw lately.
papers are of all sizes and grades, oners—except such as are needed at
go«»ip, resulted in the election of the mittee. This report wa» by motion re- ‘,o *’ adjourns»! to the dining room,
from every variety of town, and are
A nnnilierof local taxpayer» met at edited by practical men who are pret the penitentiary for the running of
1‘lenty of refreabmente
following officers for the term of two frrred to a committee wb»» are instructed where »•“’F
No. 2H acho»d house on the 'Jttth to de ty well acquainted with the world, the the- state farms and caring for state
to take th« matter up with the State te »uh the needs of the lunar man.
J. J. Johiixin, of Evening NtarGrange, Master. A committee composed of J. J. I The balance of the evening was spent cide on a tax levy for cement work in flesh and the devil. In not one of property at Salem—on the country
Johnson, Timothy Brownhill and one i" »«tening to a splendid program, huM*ment and walk al»o »eata and inci them did we find a semblance of de roads of the State of Oregon. The
fence for whisky. In not one of them plan is outlined tn the title of the
H. W. Hnashall of Pleasant Valley other (whose name we did not learn) whieh ha<l l«en pte[wired under the dental«. A levy of one and one half was there a tiace of vulgarity, and bill, which reads as follows:
was appointed to draft suitable resolu
none taught or justified dishonesty. I act to provide for the appointment of
I. M. Thorp, ol R»wkwood Grange, tion upon rhe death of Mr. J. II. I>oug- page, the retireing lecturer, consisting comment must lie tendered to director either could we find a sneer at purity, the Convtct Labor Board, prescribing
lass, of Pleasant Home, who has been u of a piano solo by Mi»» Ethel Wilkinson; II. Kuhl for ecomenic investment for at religion, at the better things of its powers, and defining its duties
In many of them were bits of to provide for working convicts con-
resiling by Miss Wettie; vocal solo by material ami labor.
N. H. Byars, of Fairview Grange, very faithful mrinh-r of the order.
advice. little homely sermons on tern- flned in the penitentiary upon the
The motion condemning the coal oil W. II. Byars, acconipanied by Mias
Surveyors have been very numerous perance, frugality and industry. All, public roads, to enable the several
E. C. Huffman, of Russellville Grange ing of second grade apple», intrulucetl I Christine John; two act farce comedy the |ia»t »reek. At present time the line of them were loyal to the home town, counties of the state to secure such
crosses the side Had going east through and advocated honest principles In convict» to be worked upon the pub
Mary Shattuck,"of Gresham Grange, The resolutions ottered by L. H. Rickert inf by Mrs. Ashcraft; closing with a a five acre tract of the Buckley's An government and individuals. Where- lic roads, to enable the several coun
. looking to the establishment of a pro- clarinet »olo by A. J. Stout,accompanied eletric line will be all right, a railroad ever there was mention of the public ties to procure and use material for
schools it was in words of praise. To building roads prepared by convict
J. W. Hhaltuck, of Fresham Grange, ducers and consumer« exchange, in the by Miss Lucy Metzger. Thu» closed one taken with a grain of salt by the land
be sure, here and there was some fun labor, and appropriating money for
city of Portland wa» adopted. Oweing '»* U»e ,»°»t rnjoyaMe and profitable
poked at shams, some scorn at pre carrying out the purpose of the act,
Mrs. E. A. Nibleen, of Evening Star
tense. But the note in every one of and repeal all laws providing for the
This fall marks the latest potatoe these two-score papers was for de contracting of the labor of such con
to publish the resolutions in full, but !
digging known for years in this part of cency. progress, enlightenment and victs and all other laws Inconsistent
A. G. Garrett, of Worn!lawn Grange, have made arrangements to have them
with this act.”
appear in our next weeks issue.
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