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ORESHAM and MONT AVILLA, MULTNOMAH COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, MAY 3
hial» was i-lmaen vier President; Robert ily, including ■ married daogbt- r ami
her husband ami their family, sod Mr
Clarke, expect to arrive In Gres barn it.
the near future.
meetlng will Iw st Lento, on Tueeday,
Mi»« Rena Knapp, who has been on a
, Msy, 11.
visit with her parents at Bridal Veil,
The Recent Eastern Freeze will The Htat» asiHH-iation will meet in return«! to Gresham last Saturday.
Portland, on tlw 8lh of June, in ■ thr<-*
J. F. A mire, who has a position with
Turn More Fruitgrowers
<lays' Session and arrangeiiwnta will i» J. M. Bramliall, waa a recent caller at
mail» für tliat eveut.
the The Herald office.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Beal, recently of
Gresham, will start the laat ot Hus week
Letter from Miss Wood
lor Han Franciara, ex fleeting to locate in
The many friends of Mias Bertha
I'oavt.ivn, Oregon, April 29, 1907 — Wood, who left Gresham with her par California while .Mr. Beal I* aogaging in
Tlw iwwspa|>cra uf no Ollier state in the ents tlw tlr»t of the year for their old mining -qieraHoas in (soldfleMs, Nevada.
Union give more »|iae>' without cost to Irani» st Manhattan, Kansas, will lie
M. Rickert of Hurlburt made the Her
advertising tlw stale at large and rat«*- please>l to res.I the following eseerpt of al l o*to* a _ pleaeant call Wadner»!»)
cially tlwir local community than do a letter received by the Herald force his wsy home from Portland,
lire newspa|iers ol Oregon. A striking from their recent fellow worker:
Carl Hhatluck has been assisting with
iiistam-» has la-en tlw keeping la-lore
We are settled in our Kansas borne th« work at Hhatluck*« etore during the
the |ieople all the time in local and edi once more ami are quite happy though
lllne«« of Ixaiis Khattuck.
torial notice tlw ctilonlsl rates, giving we miaa our Oregon friemla very much.
B. W. Hayward ot Hyeamore waa a
all the peuple In the alate an iqq»»rtu We had a »plcmlid trip borne as we
busumae caller al the Herald offi<» thia
nlty to w rile the fads to their friemla. came over the l>enver A RioGramle,
■ nd lids ot llaelf arldml tery consider*
Wr have not miaacd an inane <d the
A. Flow and family, who moved to
ably l<i the number of near citiseiw alm Herald an far and it rrenn like meeting
Gresham a few month« ago, have re-
are now in Oregon to stay.
an old friend when it comas. I aru
The fruit crop of Oregon during the reading "Tlw Fillar of Light'* ami "Tlw mot cl to Milwaukie, Ore.
their abort sojorn here they have made
coming Maara promises to la* e«|*cially Charity Girl" and like them juat line.
many friends alto aae sorry to see them
large, amt aa a result of tlw Irer-aing
1 »up|»iae you have read ill the fM|a-ra
weather In the middle west. Hie market of our recent enow and freesing weather. leave the community.
will be active and |>rires high, bringing Hpring set In four weeks earlier than
E. A. Yunker waa a pleasant caller at
Oregon's trull growing capalrilltiea to usual and apple, peach, cherry, pluiu the ller.ld office thia week.
tlw (root in a moat forceful way,
John Clanahan ba« hi« team decked
■ml pear trees were all in bloaaom when
Portland, during the month of ‘ prll, ' the frees» came. We may have grapre out in a brand new set of harm—
will eseeeil by more than l.'i.lssiJssHli, arid berries, but other fruits will be very
Mr. and Mr«. Orland Zeck of Pleasant
the buikling record of any other month scarce. The weather baa turned quite
Home spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
in the history ot the city.
; warm now Tlw farmer» are planting George la-slie.
Oregon has again lawn honored corn and rather w¡»liing for a rain.
A numl>er of John Metsger» friend»
through tlw appointment of Mr. Isaac
bad good reason to think MWMthing was
Manning, who lias been active in tlw
seriously wrong last week, for John
work ot the Portland Commercial Club
went to town.
and Oregon Itevelopment la-ague in ad
STILL ADVERTISING lilt | Tweed, ot la-nts, aecri-tsry ; Guy Wolff,
uf Orient, treasurcr.
FAIR OREGON STATE and liv-laws wer« adoplnd. The neit
Some People Say :
Ib-n't you Is-lievi- It. lie want« a
■II In- can g<-t for th» lummy, and a
you know it
Tliut» tlm reason a
why wo make a »i»-ui«lly «4
Qukk Sales and Small Profits a a
lii the « nd wr nmki*
A giant'«« at our big
Block mik I little prhva v*ill
convince you that you can do
I m tier by trading with the
HAVE YOU SEEN OUR
MAN WANTS LITTLE
PERFECTION OIL COOK STOVE?
It in th«« lx*i»t (or the money.
D. W. Metzger
; Gresham Barber Shop ;
«torli ut all binda
■ and ■
■juirkl) darti» Ka»ut» hun»<l «tei p»H In
<<H|vr Nrst dour luUr<*•!»• in llxlvl
Robert II. Childcr*. Pro*.
room liuitai*, hard (htiah; large
barn; gravity water * y aleni ; run*
ning water; I ** mile« from car
llhe; I imiti (rum nchuoi*, stuck
and iniplvuiviita. SUVA).
J. H. Chalker
vertising Oregon. Mr. Manning goes to
Cartagena, Columbia, Kouth America,
■nd lie will not overlook an opfiorunity
A. L. Htone was a welcome visitor at
to attend the trade of this stat«.
The Portland Business Men's eicur- Tbe Herald office recently. Mr. Stone
»ion, will l*e most thoroughly represent says Portland's business ni»n have ar
ative of the business interests ot Hie ranged to atop al Fairview Monday
m»tro|»dis, will make atop* at XI Oreg morning, May tl, at 9 o'clock.
on and ft Idaho’ cities and towns, anil Fairview Push club will I* out en niaaae
Napoleon Davis lias
consume sis days. They leave Monday, to greet them.
May 0, at 8:30 a. m„ and return th» lieeii instructed to load up for tbe occa
sion and will in a sliort «|>eech tell
lullowing Sunday morning.
A general meeting of the Oregon De the Progree«tvea just why Fairview ia
velopment Iwague is l-eiug diacuaseii for the moat desirable place for intending
some time in June, ilia exact date not settlers to make their home.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Roberta and son,
yet decided Upon, al which a plan I
were guests of The News home
will I* disctiseed arid decided upon that iGlau.
will give to the state of Oregon every Haturday and Hunuay. They have re
possible advantage than can accrue cently come out of the Silver Lake
through tlw colonist rate« which will be country, where they have been with the
gin Ncptember, 1st, sml clone October, 1 Embody Lumber Coinionv since leav
.'list. These rates are the same aa thoae ing here la»t spring. They now go to
which ruled during March ami April llood River to live. While iu the inte
amt resulted in bringing so many tlious rior Mr and Mrs. RolierU l-oth took
up limber claims.—Estacada News.
and» ot |«-ople to tlw state.
"Th« Kill«bl« Kral Usisi« Maa."
NOVELS AT 5c A COPY
until closed out
Tn make rmrn (or a new line
MRS. McCOLL, Gresham
WHEN II IEED OF I 6000 RI6_ _ _
KetiH'inkr that vmi can always
g* t it (ruin tlw
B. W. EMERY, Prop’r
lloor* fr*l nml cared for by
Singh* Meal, Day, Week or Month
Beef Cattle or Hogs
to sell now is the time
to sell, as grass cattle
will b® in shortly and
prices will fall off.
We Pay as follows Next Week:
9c to 9}c
1.4*1 Saturday night wa* a gala time
(or the Grttham (hid Fellow*. Th«>y al-
way* Intve g»M*l time* but never had a
better tune than the last.
William*, of Troutdale, wa* a candidate
(or the second degree; Grant Hager, of
L'leaaant Valley* and I. (’. Neal, of Ori
ent, were on hand (or the third degree.
Sandy lodge had been invited to a**i*t
in the degree work, and al*o to I m * prv*-
ent an<l lake ¡»art in tbe celebration of
the KM th anniversary of the order; and
right nobly did they do their work.
After the tldrtl degree work a splendid
•up|»rr, prepared by It. W. Emery,
George Preeton ami Emil Iler, waa en
joyed. Owing to the latenv** of the
hour, tbe MM'ond degree candidate wan
Remark* under the
gtwnl of the order, which wa* made by a
goo<llv nunila*r, touching muatly upon
the growth and lietirfiUi of the order,
were greatly enjoyed.
Thoae preaent from Sandy were, New
ton Orr, E<l. Brun*, J. It Tawney, John
Maroney, Geo. Maroney, 8. J.<«arra*on,
8. C. Mile*, Clem llarch, E. Coleman,
Joe Ihmahue, Mike 1 onahue, ami 11.
William Southerland, of
Troutdale, was »Iso present.
H ors ,
OJJ Fellows Have Gala Time
Livery, Feed & Sale Stable
3}c to 4}c
Mutton, Sc to 6c
T. R. HOWITT
Main Street. Gresham. Oregon
The Herald will help you in buying
whirl you want and in soiling what you
have to a«dl.
A. B. Hendrickson, of Route 2, Gresh
am, lias receive-1 a communication from
a I jos Angeles Saddlery Co., to the effect
that the present outlook for the rye
straw crop around 1.» Angeles is bail,
and predict a failure. They are desir-
lous of knowing what conditions are iu
this M-ction, no doubt with a view of se
curing some of thia serson's crop.
Ix-wis Shattuck is suffering from an
■ecute attack of quinsy, lie was forced
to stay in be-i the latter part of last
week and aptw-ars to be iu for a long
siege of sicknesa. Busincm at the store,
however, under the able management uf
John Metiger and Emery Roberts, is
progressing as usual.
Evangelist H. B. Hudson, of New-
York City, preached at the morning ser
vice, last Sunday, nt the Baptist church
and commencing Monday night of this
week special meetings are being held ev
ery night, except Saturday. Mr. Hud
son will also preach next Sunday morn
ing and evening.
We acknowledge a pleasant visit from
W. W. Zollara, of Portland. Mr. Zol-
lars has the selling of Dr. Thompson's
and other pro|iertiea in Gresham, and
has opened an office in the Library buil
ding with M. A. Scott in charge,
ad. ap|H>ars on the last page.
11. 8. Harvey waa a recent business
visitor in Gresham.
Mm. M. J. Alahouae ot tlm Section
Lina was doing busim-es with Gresham
merchant« last Friday.
Mm. E. M. Douglaaaaf the Douglass
Store at Pleasant Home passed through
Gresham on her way to tbe metropolis
Mm. A. D. Gieee of Pleasant Valley,
accompanied by her daughter. Mm.
Clara Kesterson, of Klickitat county,
Washington, was looking after legal
matters in Portland a few days ago.
W. M. Beers of Hogan is a frequent
visitor iu Gresham.
Dr. J. M. Short will «non be using an
automobile in visiting his |«tienta, on«
having lieen recently ordered for him.
Joe Bouey of Orient was doing busi
ness in Portland Friday last.
Among tbe visitors to Portland last
Friday were Mr. and Mm. J. H. Chalker
■nd P. J. Quesinberry and wife.
THE PASSING Of AN
OLD OREGON PIONEER
Pity your bills in a business-like manner, by check. It greatly facilitates
hank ia always more dlgnlHed.
is First - Class
Businem conducted through a
Even if you use your money from week to
IT OUT THROUGH THIS
Deposits April 23, 046,069.40;
later settling at Sycamore. To them
were born eight children, Annie, John,
Derrick, Gered, Dericks, Gertrude, Gar
rett and Willie, Of these John and
Willie died some years ago. Mrs. An
nie Giese of Gresham and Garrett Yott
of Sycamore are respected residents of
this vicinity. G. D. Yott died August
Mother Yott made her home with
Mrs. Giese ot some time. Mr. and Mrs.
Yott were among the pioneer residents
of tiis scctiou and were well and favor
ably known, having many friends, who
mourn now their loss.
Mrs. Yott was converted several years
ago at a meeting in Sycamore conducted
by David Catbey. She united with the
Free Methodist church.
She had been a sufferer for some time
from paralysis from which she died.
The funeral waa conducted on Sunday,
April 21, 1907, from the Free Methodist
church. Rev. D. M. Cathey preaching
the sermon. The burial was in the
Ephraim Dewey was a viaitur in Port
land last Friday.
Death of Gaberilla Mershon
Gaberilla Mershon was born January
We acknowledge a plea-ant visit from
23, 1844, in Cadix, Frig* Co., Kentucky,
Archie Cornett of Pleasant Valley this
she came to Oregon in September, 1899.
Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Mer-
J. R. Hall of Cottrell waa in Gresh shon, were early settlers of Kentucky.
am Tuesday of this week and paid the . She was converted when quite young,
lieraid office a brief visit.
. ami joined the Baptist Church at Cadix.
Hon. A. F. Miller of Sellwood, master She died April 26, 1907, of heart failure,
ot Lenta grange and for many yearn an at the home of her sister, Mrs. J. J.
active granger uf Multnomah county, - Robertson.
Out of a family of eleven children,
paid the Herald office a pleasant visit
| two sisters and three brothers survive
W. W. Zollam and M. A. Scott of her, Mrs. J. J. Robertson. W. Mershon,
Portland were looking after real estate ; and M. N. Mershon of Gresham, A. D.
Mershon of Troutdale, and Mrs. H. Tim
iutereata in tiresham this week.
mons of Cadix. Kentucky.
Mm. 1. McColl, our local postmistress
The funeral services were conducted
inatle a business trip to the metropolis,
from the Free Methodist Church, Gresh
Saturday. Miss Ines Lusted assisted in
am, on Sunday, April 28, in the after
tbs office during her abeence.
noon, Rev. D. M. Cathey, preaching the
Mm. C. L. Crenshaw, and daughter, sermon. Burial was at Gresham.
Essie, are suffering with severe cases of
Deceased had a wide circle of friends
tousilitia this week.
and waa dearly beloved by all who
A. B. Davis, who has l>een for aome i knew her.
tiAie working with Thomas Bros., was
CARD OF THANKS
recently laid up on account of a severe
We, the undersigned, wish to thank
Fmnk Heiney was In Gresham last the many friends for their kinduess
Saturday. He says he hss l>een busy during tbe recent illness and death of
for the past two weeks surveying an our beloved sister.
80-acre tract of land near his mill.
M rs . J. J. R obertson
M. X. M brshon
John Bliss was doing business in
A. D. M krshon
Gresham Saturday last.
W. M b R!* hon
Ford Metiger has filled in the lower
or southern portion ot his residence lot,
here Mr. Metiger arranged for the ad
seeded it down to grass and is now
vertisement of a select party ball to lie
making a lawn thereon.
given by him in Monger's hall Satur-,
Gresham Real Estate Go.
j. ■» aworr, ■. *.
» hobt ,
m . b .
Drs. Short & Short
Has been quite busy ot late. They
report two more sales made last
week, viz : 40 acres belonging to
Jas. Robinson in Beaver l«-nd to
A. Rosine. Consideration. 44<M>*
Bo acres east ot Gage »» mile, be
longing to G. G. Holmes to Gust
W. Peterson. Considerat’n.03000.
Homapatbic Physician and Surgeon
Call* attended day or night.
phone. Main 62: Res. phone. Main 58.
Office, over Stuart’s store. Main Street, resi
dence. Main street, near Third, GRESHAM.
C. H. ATWOOD, M. D
Lady: I'd like a fine comb, a
a pl ase.
Clerk: Yes. madam. A fine- a
a tooth comb ?
Lady: No, sir! I want it for a
a my hair.________
We have the tooth brush for a
a the teeth and comlts for the hair, a
a also brushes, mirrors and every a
a thing needed in the toilet.
a Mail order* promptly attended to a
The English Language
Gresham Drug Store
J. W. Jon^a ia the proud possessor of
6reska* Lodge No. 125,1. 0. 0. F
Meets every Saturday night in Old Fel
J. G. Metiger, N. G.; D.
M. Roberts. Secretary.
meets let and 3rd Wednesdays of each
month. All visiting brothers specially
invited to attend.
W. 0. W. Clover Camp No. 318. Gresh-
' an>. meets tn Regner's Hall
on 2d and 4th Mondays at 8 p. m. J. N.
Clanahan, C. C.; L. P. Manning, Clerk.
Visiting Woodmen We'cvnie.
a very pretty buggy and a fíne driving
(Continued on page 8.)
57 CASES of SHOES for SPRING and SUMMER TRADE
RY ‘1° w<* tb'* ’hoc* in such large quantities, will be the question asked. Because
we are selling mor* shoes than all the rest of them. We would not buy such quan-
titles of shoes if we did not sell them. Every shoe customer we have knows we treat
them right and if our shoes are not right we make them ao. And we want all intending
purchasers and proai-ective shoe buyers to know that we guarantee every pair we sell and
will give you more shoe satisfaction for the amount of money invested than any other shoe
store in the »wintry.
Q uarter - C racks
T ender F eet
ÎÂÎÏX Dry Goods Departm’t An Elegant Line of Straw Hats
Arriving from the East, including a new
line of lace and fancy lioee.
A JAKE GRESHAM your trading point.
A * Make our store your home when in
Gresham. You are always welcome whether
you buy or not.
LARGE SHIPMENT OF HARDWARE
If You Need a Lawn Mower
Come to us.
,T5. meets in Kegner a
Hall 1st and 3d Friday each month.
Henry Douthit, M. A.; C. A. Nutley,
Sec’y. All Artisans Welcome.
Lewis Shattuck, DEALER ÏÏS'SÆ QUALITV
All Gilt Edged Stuff--Snappy and Up-to-date
C orns ,
F. B. STUART & CO
I nterfering and F orging
Till' returned checks are legal receipts for every bill you pay.
Our d<'|Mwdts still continue to increase.
April 29, |IM,4I2.91.
For spring styles and honest wear. All sizes,
styles and prices. Every pair guaranteed.
the conduct of your business, both private and commercial, while at the
week mid month to month.
Mrr. narah Yott wai born in A mater • aaaaaaaeea eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee eeeeeeeee
dam, Holland, April 17, 1696, ami died
at Gresham, Oregon, A|»ril SO, 1907.
Her maiden name a a* Verateeg. In
1862 the waa married to G. D. Yott.
Mr. ami Mr*. Yott came to Oregon in
1HG4, living a few yeara in Portland ami
DONE AT AL. HART S SHOP
Mine lime your funds are absolutely safe.
See our complete line of
Of Holland Birth—Came to the
Beaver State in 1864—
Bert Stanton and family ot Grass
Valley, Shermnn county, old friends of
ye editor and family, recently settled
Letter Carriers Organize
near Boring. They have bought a twen
The rural letter carrier* o( Multnomah ty-acre (arm £here and are enjoying life
county (vruaniaeil an »**>ci*lion, at to the full, living in God's own country.
(irenham. last Monday evening. K. I..
The Herald ia just in receipt of a let
Thorp, of Greeham, waa electexl pres ter from F. E. Clarke of Grass Valley,
Ed. Metiger |>aid The Herald office a day night, May 4. His ad. appears
ident; William F. Cuminina, o( Trout- Oregon, in which lie says that the fain- very pleasant call a few days ago. While
elsewhere in this issue.
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