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GRESHAM and MONTAVILLA, MULTNOMAH COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 2, 1907
NOW’S Tin: TIME, HERE'S
l«j g« l your *li»ck <»( rtiiiiie«l giMul«,
gr«H<*ri«»u, etc., for your
hcrylhlng Best und ( htdpeM
10 FAHtlFUL PASTOR
COUNTY GRANGE FAIR AND
BROUGHT TO A CIOSE Toilet Soaps National Biscuit Dainties
CARNIVAL IS INAUGURATED
Lemon Juice T ' ^' TTL«!
AT WELL ATTENDED MEETING Much Credit Due to Pastor of
rt LL LINK
Very choice and Appciulng
< hon. Lm. -. Fragrant, '
J tint the thing for hot weather
Rev. C. A. Nutley Leaves with
the Regrets ol all Gresham
for Hood River.
Board oí Directors is Chosen and Holds First Meeting —
Organization Will Be Permanent — Date Set
The mninbere, attendante ami friend«
for Fair — Premiums to Be Given.
Free Methodist Church—
Our a**ortment include* the fol
lowing choice varieties: Cuticura,
Wild rloee, Transparent Glycerine,
Witch Hazel, etc.
Two «lie*. IV and A*
U> carry. Cheaper than lemona.
U IIITF ( \\\ tH OXFORD* for
(‘hlldren. Juwt a few at half price.
F. B. STUART & CO.
GRESHAM. OREGON ¡
The revival meetings held by the Free
»»I th«» <in»*hum Baptiat ami nome mem*
Methodist chrin h for the past three j
Iter* from the Plraaahl Home cliurch
weeks in the tent on their church j
Th«» fir»I annual Multnomah County deviled not to make thin a rtrtotly
gathered «»n th«» lawn «4 that ii;**titutmn
grounds in Gresham under the leader-!
ICC * have just installed Horseshoeing Mocks, «ad sm
<irang«* Fair and Carnival will be b<dd grange fair, but to invite every farmer, ship of Evangelist B. C. Dewey of Illi-1
FULL KTtM K
I laat Monday night to bld goodbye to
*— *■’ 1 ’VllVV now p„.paced p, <h<». the moat vicious ax well as
C«»v*r*, llublu-r», Jar* Compì«»!«»
the gentle hone. I have also a modern forge, tire setting machine and other
! their funner pu*tor, ICw. C A. Nuttoy,
nois, assisted by Kev. Mr. Ktubhs of
Tui'wlay, Octoto*r I A, ami c«»iitinuing in the county or adjoining counties to
up-to-date tools and machines which, with additional help, places ua in a
ami hi* m ife and family. The ground*
HOUK. IIID. HAMS. BAU1N
Estacada, Rev. Mr. Scott of Fortland,' position to do g.ssi blacksmithing on short notice. Vehicles painted.
four or five day*. Thia waa the d«»cia- take part.
«ere lighted with Japtth«*»«» lanterna
Rev. David Cathey of Gresham and the
I ARD. III.
ion of th«» m<*eling of grange ma a ter a
A. F. Miller waa «tec ted genend- *u-
Powell Street, G resham , O regon
and there in the cool of the Iwantiful
|MMtor, Rev. H. F. Pitts, closed last Sun-1
and citizen* held y «»ale rd ay afternoon I »rrin Undent of •xhibit«; li. F. Ihivi*
evening little grmi|»4 were scattered
in the grange hall, Grrahnm.
The of the Cotton iuk I i , chairman of th«*
here and there diMau»*ing and regretting
meeting waa largely attended and all agricultural eomtnltter; Mr*. H L
When in Gresham
the lo*a <4 th«» one «ho ba* done ao
|M>rtion» of the county wen* repn»*Mntod. Vail, chairman on domaatic avtonct’
Patronize . . .
much for the cornfiiunity. .Alami
J. J. JohiiHon. mauler of Evening Htar B. (*. Allman, chairman on dairying
RaUis in Connection.
a ah >rt Impromptu program wa» cir
Chicken Dinner Every Sunday
•••••••••••••••••••••••••a ri««! out in which Trof. C. (’ Baker, J. grange, win cho*i*n tem|M»rary « hainian, Mr*. K. M. IbiugUk- chairman on fancy
Eirst-clazs In Every Particular
9- A. HAWLEY, Prop.
i E. L. Thorp of lt<M*kw«Mul grange, tem- work; Mr*. Martin Kroneiilierg, chair
II. <‘bulker, Theodore Briigger, Mr*. M.
Meals at All Hours
G kshham , O kboo
¡Mirary a*» • re la ry. Nuggratioiia a* to man on niuaic and art.
E. TuUryaon, Mr*. Hattie Brow ululi
plana and m«*th«Nl* wen* then made by
and W II Woodard t«»»k a part, all ea-
Timothy Brownhill, lion. W. W. Cot pointed with the following member*:
pit-NMing their «irrp regn i al tl*e lou* of
Tiitiaorlat «urh <>f all hiiut« iwatl) a’fl
ton, lx*wu« Khattuek, Archie Cornutt, Timothy Brownhill E. I.. Thorp and
quirk I) «tutor
l»otu <l and pul iti
I IIIV1 •
to Xet some of our fresh baked goods
on«» w ho had l iken aneli deep int«*r«**t in
N. »f l.H.r i>> «. r< •halli ||..t. |
II. W. Hnaahall, Fret! Crane, John Kier- I., li. Well*.
as fast ax we can get them ready!
Robert It. Childers, Prop.
et, A. F. Miller, A. I. Htune, (’al. Khep-
The neat meeting of the director*
from our new soda fountain
' art I, Dr A. Thom ¡.»on, Th«*«». Brtigger will I m » at (irraham grange hall on
All Flavor*., N.w an<l up to data, low Craam Modaa. too.
and B.C. Altman. Among «»them pres Monday, Aug. 12, at 2:‘*> p. m.
J. H. HATCH, Prop., (Soorssor to Mrs. C. Johnson )
Powell st., Grvsiiam, Ore.
ent taking an active intereat were Dr. , The action of the director* of the
tomia lh»chmann, Fred M«*it,ill, Dan '■ Evening Star Grange Fair in deciding
under wav, will be finished and tlie • ••••••••••••••see
McMillan of M«»ntavilla. D M. Roberta, to urge the member« of their grange tn
erection of the building commenced
A |K»w*-tt and E. I’. Kmith of the give up tbeir local fair and to join han«i*
25 aerea In cultivation ; iMlnner
within the next thirty days. Eighty
w ith the oilier grange* and citiien* of
raailv rh*tirr«l ; abundance uf Irnit ;
dollars to pay expense, was also raised
A I*»anI of director* wa* clxwien by the county in making the County Fair
I • in income-bearing property
(air building*; living wat«;
■luring the meetings.
the meeting ronaialing of mauler* of at <ire*ham a auree-* will of coume I m »
in ilea from <«rr*bain. |3,Ox>.
i • in Gresham, bringing $20
each grange in the c«>unty and the acted upon favorably by the member*
• per month net, for sale at
Alfred Baker of Melrose Dies.
following a«Lliti«»iial me nto»r* nt large: of that body. The grange i* certainly
KEV. 8. F. PITTS
J. J. Johnaon, II.(.'.Wilton, (’baa. Cleve to I m * commended f«»r it* kindly conaid*
The community has lost a highly re*- • $1600.
land, !>r. tomia Itorhmann and II. K. eration. It is the only thing n«*cv>*ary P a * tor of Free Methodint church at ¡jected and beloved citixen in the death
"The Reliable Real Fatale Man/*
Davin. J. J. Johnaon, being uucli by to insure the popularity and suceeaa of
of Alfred Baker who passed away at |
virtue of hi* oth<*r a* mnater <»f Pomona the larger fair.
I the North Pacific Sauitarium last Fri-
grang«*, wa* chueen diainnan <»f the
No man is better fitted (or the
day night after one of the most success I day, July 3B.
board, ami E. J. Hpoooer an* appointed tion <if leader of this important county ful aeries of services ever held in Gresh
Mr. Baker wax Ixim in Apjmiooee
director for Evening Star grange in movement than J. J. Johnson, the am. Fourteen new members were add i-ounty, Iowa, July 22, 185H. His father,
place of it* maater.
worthy master of Eveniug Star grange. ed to tbe church and a strong spiritual a Union soldier, died in 1882. Alfred
It wa* ann<mne<«<l that Btudeliaker With him comes a large corps of upbuilding stirred up in the community lived in Nebraska, later moved to Colo
Bn*, of P«»rtland would give a farm trained and elHcient workers, who will at large.
rado and in 1878esroe to Portland. He
wagon a* a premium for aoiiir exhiMt do gixid service in the upbuilding of
A great deal of credit is due Pastor helped clear Die site of tlie Lone Fir
of farm produce. Dr. Short inatructe«! this iuiportaut movement.
Pitta from tbe Chriatian element of thia cemetery.
He bought a farm on the
Mr. Brownhill to etatr that he would
entire community for his aggressive ami Columbia river in IHH2 where he resided
Nulley donate one humln*<| dollar* lowartl the
intelligent effort in tbe religious work : for nine years. Ilia home for the past
xff.iira <>| the community.
* Ice Cream Social
of thia district.
For the past three 16 yean, except a few years spent in
rr*|»>mled in hilt usual optimistic way, ; fair fund.
The ladies of the Gresham Baptist years he was pastor of the Second Free Portland, has been in Melroae.
The need of electric light* (or the
saying that lie fell the laird's unmistak
able gtihlance in tbe matter or he Would ^a’r
presented by Timothy Brown- church will giv«* an kw> cream social Methodist church of Portland, but ow
Mr. Baker married Oceanna llolt-
liot lulle sc» rptid the call to leave. Tie hill, Judg* W. W . < ottoll <*ona<*nt<*d to on the church pruuuds next Tuesday ing to the importance of the work at I grieve in 1879 and to tliem were born
also emplmxiusl Hie fact that the time •*'’ ■”> • ei.iumittee and waa ap|x.inted night. The Gresham brass laand will this place, was tranaferre<l to this cir three children, Nellie XV. wife of XV. i
had arrived when lite Gresham and R* interview the Portland Railway, give an o | h - ii air concert during the cuit, where he has charge of the church G. Smith of Portland, Emery E. and '
Pleasant Home Bxptixt churelu a should l ight and Power company and secure evening aud a good time is assured es at Gresham, Estacadaand the mission Ralph Oswald of Melrose.
rat li lune a pastor who could devote bis from them electric lights for the fair Everyone is invited to attend.
at Pleasant alley, preaching at Gresh
About four yean ago the decease.i >
short , grounds.
am every Sunday morning ami at Esta-! stiffereed a stroke of apoplexy which I
a li««to Um* to th© work. _____
A meeting <>( the l*>ard of directors
review of ih«* w«wk a<voiii|>li«l(r«i during !
cada every Sunday evening.
Since his hastened has death. The funeral ser- ’
hi» HKMit *ii<*<*r**iiil |wiatnrata «>f n«*i*rly |
nix year*, uivl promiring hi* continued ;
prayer* for th«» work in tlii* th»!d, lie
Don’t fail to give former address as
bi«l nil a Ivar fill g«M*l hy«».
new one in asking to have your Herald
Timothy Brownhill, deacon of the
M-nt to new |xMtofiiee.
( ulumbid Grdphdphones an J
church and vlniiriiiAii of tin* evening,
with th^ same intelligent
Records for sale
Henry Ruhl and Mrs. Mary Schaffer
! »|M»kr very highly of lhe work of the
care that you select
of the Section Line road were doing
l»M*t«»r and In* eavvllent wife and »aid
Gresham ihattlirir |o*» w<mll donhth»** mean
business in Gres haul Tuesday. The
You select your dis-tor I sm a use
coniiilence in his ability.
Herald acknowledges a pleasant call.
more l«i bitn I linn auyoii«* el»«», for lie
Choose your druggist for the same
! ttiu not onlv loaing n to*l«>vwl pnator,
Roliert Doane made the Herald office
g>xxl reason. The work of each
Will Give Wdtfon As Premium j l»ut n \tiliivd friend, bueineaa n»*i*tunt
pleasant call Wednesilay.
depends for its success on the
I'oaTi .on», Orvg »n. July JI« 11*0*— and ttdviwr hh well.
work of the other.
Wm. Sales has ln*en enrolled as
lies,I this again and think of it.
J F. R-’I mt I n , Worthy Manter, Grmliam were th« n *« r\«*«l after which Dr. A.
me in tier uf the Herald family and
Grange, I', of II , Grr*ham Oregon, Thoinp**on, piwbir of the M. K. vhurvli,
made the office a welcome call Monday.
I tear Sir: We have your kind invita *|H'k<* wry lv« lingtv of tlie iimly «*xi»t*
Mias I .el a Gihlm, who has l>een suffer
Mail orders promptly attended to
tion of the 22nd, and in an*wer would ing to’lwevn lhe religion* denomination*
ing for some time with ap|>endicitie,
*av, the writer may not I m » able to at of < in »limn, attributing thia in larg«* |
was taken to Portland Monday evening
tend, but you ran any to vour nrganixa nieaaurv to l he connvcraied, godly char
and operated on Tuesdav morning. Al
lion that we will give a wagon a* a pre acter an«l di*|MMiilioii of tlie able leader
though the o|ieration was quite serious,
mium for »oiiie « xhibit of farm product, iiinl prciU’liur of (lie (irealiatn Bn pl i* I
J. W. RENFRO,
it is thought she will recover.
PAINTING, WOOD FINISHING, ! !
at your fair to I m * held in tin» near fu church whom lie regrrtte«l to loae from
HON. XV. XV. COTTON,
C. J. Ijttle|>age, a prominent granger
ture. We aaauredly commend tlirae the community. The «luctor al*o took
C a LCIMIXIXO, PAeKRHAXUlNU
rendered valuable assistance in of Corbett, was doing business in Gresh
Grange fair* a* being well calculated to l»ain* l«> remind the chairman that tlie
Rei., Pleasant View Av., ' >
outlining plana for the first annual
am last Satiinlay. He is delighted with
elevate your organisation, a * Aril a* community not only *uffm»d a Io*» in
Multnomah county Grange
the idea of a Multnomah ctionfy grange
bringing ua all together and getting Mr. Nutlev an«l Iti* rx«vll«»nt wif«*, but in
Fair and Carnival.
fair and carnival and says lie is sure it
Your* very truly, I heir children a* w ell. Schl«»m ha«l he
will be a decided succese.
STI’l»KH « M KH It HOM. (’«» , NoMTIIW KHT. fHM*n auch nianlv, iu*c«>m|diMh«»d I miv », or
FREE METHODIST CHURCH BUILDING, GRESHAM
aiirh a ladylike girl ah Are represented in wax held at once upon the adjournment
T. R. Howitt and Frits Hamilton left
WHEI II IEEO OF I 6000 RIG ... .
the »on» and daughter of Brother ami of the inara meeting and the following laat Monday morning for the SileU In
Remember that yon ran always
Hunter Accidently Shoots Himself Sister Nut toy. The doctor doled hto director* were prcavnt : J. J. Johnson, dian reservation, where they go to buy
get it from the
building, a photo of which is herein Dunning’s undertaking parlors, Port
excellent remark* with timely »uggt»»- II. W. Siuwlmll, E. I. Tlmrp. A. E. sheep and cattle.
I .mi I* K<»rnbr«»ugt, who bn* l»cvn with
land, Rev. J. II. Wood of Melrose in
tioii», among them being that (¡<»1 wa*
G. W. Kenney returne 1 from Seaside
John Franklin, ramping near Marmot,
has been built. charge. The burial was in the Masonic
guiding in the matter ami would, if; F. Roberts and Dr. L. IHx'hninnn. At on a day or two's business trip Tuesday, two corner lots at
accidently »hot him*<»lf in the right (orc
The church has a seating capacity of cemetery on the Sandy road.
thia meeting E. L. Thorp wax elected
faith wa* *lmwn, till our every need.
and he was hot,—that is to sav—well,
arm on Monday. Hr wan out hunting
Mr. Raker was well known in this
B. W. EMERY, Prop'r
A nice little pttrae of money waa ma«le secretary and Archie Meyers, treasurer. he returned Thursday to cool off. Too 2fi0, is nicely finished, lighted and fur
with a companion when accident oernr-
nished, and now this proggressive pas county, was a member of the A. O. U.
up for the «h*|»arling pa*tor and hi« fam It wax debided to offer premiums for hot in Gresham for him now.
Horses fe<l ami cared for by
«1. Shot wa* from ahotgun in bi* own
tor and his people have decided to W., and leaves a widow and three chil
Single Meal, I>ay, Week or Month
ily, wlm take with them to their new exhibits, also to charge a small admis
hand*. Hr waa taken rally Turaday
Mrs. Ilattie Woetell and children are build a modern parsonage on the lota dren and a host of friends to mourn
home the good will and wishes of this
u,*nS.“krho" finshaR, Ora.
morning to G« mm I Samaritan ll<H<|>ital
The offer by the citisena of Gresham enjoying the cool sea breeaes of Seaside, „ijoining the church of at least six or I his death.
where he will I m » treated. Yesterday
A. L. Stone doesn't usually eomplain, seven room*. Three hundred dollar*
Thank* are due for th«* auccra* of t|l(. to furnish the grounds, buildings, light
Give former addreaa as well as pres
Dr. Short went to the city and ampu-
and water for the fair was accepted l>v pretty generally looks on the bright side was raised for this purpose lust Sun ent one when asking to have The Her
(Continued on tant jMigv.)
Xnted the limb.
The plans are already ald changed to new postoffice.
the I » mi rd of directors. It waa also
Your want« supplied on pa£? ®.
0. W. Metzger
• Gresham Barber Shop
!” Al ”* «ttSHAM HOME bakery
Get a drink of Ice Cold Soda
A C R I; S
A Good Investment
J. H. Chalker
: Gresham Real Estate Co.
MRS. I. McCOI.1.,
Gresham Drug Store
Livery, Feed & Sale Stable
' money is stored labor )
5 VERY dollar you earn represents a certain number of
hours of your labor. It is labor in a condensed form,
convenient to exchange for the products of the labor of
others, or to hold in storage for use in later years when you?
We are headquarters for
Buy a Range or
Until August 1st we will
We have the men and the
TOOLS ready to do your
work on short notice.
on all our Ranges and Cook
ing Stoves. If you contem
plate buying you will save
good money by buying now.
to une mui * led
by any shop in
Can you save n dollar every day Io put in the l>ank? or fiO centaT or
II so, you ought to lx* doing it.
Itx a pity to waste all the
work of these good years, Imt many are doing it.
BE WISE A*Nl> HANK A PART OF Vol R EARNINGS EACH DAY.
At a great sacrifice.
All the season’s latest at about
50 cents on the dollar
Must close out to make room for our Fall and Winter
Goods. Just come and get your hats at your oxvn price.
10 per cent, discount
Put away a part of today's work
—of tomorrow’s work of every day’s work, NOW, while you
have earning ca|>acity. Your stored lal»r will support you in
comfort in a few years.
Our Shoe Sale
is certainly appreciated as we have only a few season
able shoes left. Come and make ^our selection
while they last. This is your chance.
Dealer in “Goods of Quality’’
SOLD ON APPROVAL