duly signed, are presented for Multnomah county grange fail that purpose. Petitions should and carnival. be immediately circulated. ‘Tisn’t always the fellow that prays the loudest that is nearest A strong temperance crusade Heaven. is now being pressed in Georgia. Published Every Friday *t Gresham. Ore., by the Hxvvz« >r»r« 1 < rushinu TIMOTHY BROWNHILL, Emr»»« M»vwn. Movrsviixz Ornea, 315 Villa Av.; l'oan.oci» Om«, »» G.wdnough Budding. MNttamiM IVr Year. Ili» In advance: UTtl. trial •utecrt|4lon»*5e. uaintaCO shouM Single V. u> Mrvign ewnnlrien. *1» Three Mem h. t.k for »nr clubbing ralee . .. , .» be eni by Kxpre»» or FustoOk-v Money Order. Regulated letter o fiumi« up lo25<vnu. RECEIPTS for aubecriplten» ar* not »ent unfa* HSRWseted The lakl on your papt rate within two veeb th«* rwelpt «4 your remittance If it doe» «ot pleaae notify u». nl, OISCMDRUAACES In d«*f«*rs*nre to the wish of the ma>»r»i) of our aubarribvr* the |«a|w*r »» until all arrearage la paid and an order to dia'onttuue to received If you wUh your paver Stopped at end of the year, stale the fact a hen you »end your »uhacripUon and it nil cntnbt Of U0«t$S In or-leriii, change »( adilrea* give old *’ well •• new addreaa CMMStMMan re wanted In every c>mniunll> II no correapowdence arpaan treat you neighbor!.,...! ,on are r. .|WlinUy rvqv wled u> een.l iu a» many I..al item. a. yow can UniriN urn LSG.U. AnVKBTIMMi. 111 leaded tit point. *v per »ingle .sdumn Inch «K-hlB«nl»n blsl l.AY ADVRRTtsINO X,. pmltlon guaranteed iv I"r .Ingle Inch each l»ue. 15 inch« or over. Me per Inch each taane;»Inch« or over l»l-*r per mb «ch i-ue. an lm-he. or over. Ur per inch «. b l~uv For paaiUoa (any alae * yer Inch additional. RKADKRS. lc per «»«d each t»ue no render aecepie.1 lor less I han wee w. 1 ah AIS (Want Column only), lc >. r word each la»ue. ..'.luting two it»,,,.». tn icuu»• <» » abbreviation at one word. So local accepted for lev» than IS cenlt « CARPS (one Inch). IX each l»oe. f ARlWOr THANKS <n..t emwedlng two Inches). M cent»- IJCTTKRS OF COSIX'l.KSt K (not evceodllig (our lnch«l »1 ORITI AKU.» bo actual • ■t ribertor member» of their ianilUea. up to MB word», tree all over 1<»> word», lc a word (invariably in advance). Count the wold» and remit accordingly. All Lodge. Orange. School. Churvh. or other notices or advertisement* of sorinle. pertie», dance». concert», theatrical», etc given for a pr»«l charged (or at regular rat« In order to inturv change of ad adverti»er» mu»t have copy in th!» othce not later than Tuesday preceding day ol publication. A reaeonablediwount will be allowed (rom above price on written contract only ror partieiiiar» enquire al oMee. JM nusTZW I» our • prêtait y We are well equipped to do the be»t wort »I current prie» Especially farmer»' and butine» men-» letter Head» Envelop«. Butter W rapper». Statement», etc , tn »mall or large quanlitiea. Auction Bill», bodger*. Peter«, etc . printed on »bort notice Entered m secoud-cla*» matter at the p.wto«ce at Gresham. Oregon. A FEW MINUTES WITH THE EDITOR IMOS HIGH SCHOOLS hard to fill. As pastor of Gresh am and Pleasant Home Baptist churches and as president of the Gresham Library association he has proven himself to be a loyal and efficient worker for the Mas ter. A sweet and loving dispo sition. a noble, manly character, shirking no duty, humble and a consecrated, godly man. he has made a host of friends who re gret to see him and his estim able and accomplished wife and family leave the field where they have labored so long and well. Our loss is Hood River’s gain. Hoke Smith, governor of the Nothing lightens the labor of state, who pledged himself to husbund and wife like love. the support of prohibition, will -- lose $6O.(XM) a year in profits H ob to Brook lip fuel (omblndlion from the sale of liquor over the special t\»rn*a|w»nd«*ttve. | bar of his big hotel in Atlanta. rortlait«l, July 31, 190*.— Ksavrlion in The vote for prohibition was al-1 made, whether it l»v prueticuWv or not, most unanimous in both houses that enough hi«* I in being «lwtroee«l al of the legislature. The bill has the Mwmills ot ruMtern Muhinunah and already become a law and will t'laehamaa eounlir* to break th«* wcwwl lunation in Portland, it it couhl be be strictly enforced. Prohibi com delivered, tion of the sale of or the use of Certainly then* in hard vlrdullng altead intoxicating liquors as a bever (or th«» man «»( amall iu«*aita in Portland age like the divorce evil will the coming winter, not because there U never lie made a success until the wood ahortag«*, for there in not, but ln»- of the corner that haw Item affect federal government takes a hand, cauae ed in thia commodity Tlte |*oint is I«» or uniform laws are enacted in get an outside supply. every state in the union anil At all, or nearly all, them* small saw milla a vast amount oi fuel ia l«eiiig de- then are strictly enforced. We acknowledge receipt of a copy of the forty-sixth annual catalogue of the Oregon State fair, to be held at Salem. Ore., September 16 to 21. 1907, inclu sive. Ten thousand dollars in premiums on live stock, agricul tural and manufactured products will be spent and should be com peted for bv our people. Write to F. A. Welch, secretary. Sa lem, Ore., for detailed informa tion concerning exhibits, space The liberality of the Stude baker Brothers Co. Northwest in giving without solicitation, a wagon as a premium for some exhibit of farm products at the proposed Multnomah county grange fair and carnival is cer tainly very commendable. Yet it is only an illustration of how the business men of the county will look upon and encourage that which is destined to incite a greater interest in agriculture. Ntroye«l which ought to K* sent to Tort land. It Would command ready »ale, it put on the market at a reasonable price More than cord* p«*r week, will K* needed in Portland. A wood Iwimn o( Portland has made hie I miqn I that he will *»«-11 sh.b wamm I for >ix and seven dollars |ier cord this win ter. Think of that! And slab w»H>d has been the mam fuel for the pxirclass and (or peopleot mo<lvrate m«*ans. kttrl 1 there is no wood famine, except such as has been brought about by sueh men a> Han held amt Vea**’y, who «*ontru| th« Wood out |Hit of port Ian I. There is an opening (or suin«*one to rush in tins fuel that ia being destroyed at these saw imlh in eastern Multnomah ami t'larkama» counties, and who cannot I k * bought off —will not sell hh -ml. It is a good thing that the averagt man does not umierstand the marhiua lions of com bi nation.« in every «xnuuiodi ly that he uses in the home. It he did there would lie revolution ami blood shed in thia country. \.»t a single art icle, except air and water used in the li<»tne, but ia iu the hands of »»me corn binalion. Herein Or«*goii their is no local trust law. and there will l»e none ii the powerful combinations van have ' their way, but explore i« coining, and will tie an upheaval that will be startling and sweeping in it« «'ope ami moment utn. Liok out for the Patrons of llus- bandrv! | The GUESSING CONTEST --------------------------------------------------- NOW ON AT ---------------------------------------- THE DOUGLASS STORE Will Close October I HALF-GALLON MASON JAR has ixvn filled with an assort ment ol wire nails in sizes from a shingle nail to a 20 penny. 1 he one guessing closest to the exact number ol nails in the jar will receive \ A BABY GRANB JUVENILE PIANO The second and third nearest guesses will also receive prizes in proportion. Brand New Assortment of We carry in any quantity . . Sugar, alsu Mason, Royal and other . . Calicoes FRUIT JARS All colors, five wearing brands, as j- , long as it lasts, the yard. ... v V Buy and make your winter comforters and school tiresses for the children now. The defeat of the Union High Best Cotton school movement at Gresham was not unexpected by those Ladies' who were conversant with real conditions. Any change in or Finest ganization must move slowly. The general public is conserva east tive, but conservatism is a fac tor to progress. It makes prog ress permanent because when once gained it pecomes the best guarantee against reaction. In The Herald acknowledges re fact real progress comes only ceipt of a souvenir postal card Wants friend Io learn ol Greshom when public opinion has been so of the high school building at G rkbham , On- , July -II, IW7.—Tim enlisted that it demands the ad Roseburg, a handsome three othy Brownhill, E.lilor Beaver Slate : vance step. Men and women story stone and brick, from Mr. j llenhl, Gretihaui, Ore., Dear Sir: En-I who inaugurate and carry for clowl tind our ch« k (or »LOU (or ahirli and Mrs. Al. Hart, who spent a I'leaxe enter one year» »ubaeription to! KHTORATION to FXTKV «»F I kMM l\ ward any new, worthy move PRESS ASSOCIATION TO MEET K NkTloSkl. FoKKNT 1« h.rrby that III» land« fwlow. rtulira* ments expect to meet with oppo At a meeting of the officers of portion of last week in that the Beaver State Herald (or F. G. .Me- r|«vt» ng *> aerra. within the t'a«ra«l*- National F««r Wiaconain. *t. Or«-<«tti will t>r awblrcl lo arttl**m«*nt an<l sition at first; but if the thing the Oregon Press association thriving city. We presume the Ken»ie, Box 47, Turtle nini vr I hr pr>>«t«k>tia t»l Ihr h«>n»r«ira4 Mr. McKenzie ia an old lailroad (riend •-ntry postal was to remind us of the law« ot th«- I nlt«al Matra and thr act *•< June advocated is really worth while, neld in Portland last Monday it o( mine and ia d.-airou» of learning tome It. !*••«( <i Mat 2») at thr I nltr«l Mate* land $20.000 high school building at l*ortlan«i ‘>r«*ii«»w. <»n H**|»trmbrr JI, gradually opposition will disap was decided to hold the next thing of th«* Pa. ific (-oa»t and |mrti<*u- .»tflrr 1**7 Any R«-tti«-r w ho wa« at tuali; an«l in <oo«l faith claliulng any *d «aid landa (or a*rl«-uTtur pear. Oftentimes those who meeting at Seaside. Every pen Gresham should have in the near larty of Grevhani and vicinity. «I puri«»««-« prior to Jaiiuary I. l'«a< and ha« not almndoto-«l «ain«-, ha» a prwtrmM-«* right Yours truly, first opposed the measure become cil pusher in the state will be future. Well, this is a good way to tiiak'- a hoiu«-«i> a«l entry for th«* landa arlu A. M eykrs , cashier. til) <«•« uptrd .“Mill landa w« r«- luted Upon thr its strongest adherents. Hence invited to meet in Portland to work up sentiment for it k|»pll«?atluti« ••( Ihr |«rn»on« iu> ntion«*.| hrlow Aho have a nr*-l«-rriM'tf right gubyr*-! I«» the first defeat in such a movement Thursday evening. Aug. 29. Exellent Library Paste prior right of any «ucii acttlrr, pr«>% id« «l aueh The actions of the occupants -.•ttlrr or applicant i« «piMllHrd I«» niakr honn- as uniting districts for high Take either fast boat or special rntry and th«- prHrrrnrr right ia ri«-r of at least two buggies on the (Ine-hali cup of eold water, six tea- >t« ìm a<l «I prior to rivptrmbrr 2ì. r*»7. oh w hi« h «lair school purposes, or for all pur train for Astoria Friday morn »(»»oniul« (lour, a pinch of |a>wiiered flic lalnla will I m - «ul»)rrt t«i «rttlrno nt atl*l ri» Powell Valley road last Sunday by an* «>uaHflr«l jw-rwou Thr lai»«la ar«- «« poses, is not really defeat but ing. Frday afternoon and afternoon proved beyond the alum, five drop» oil of cloves. Mix un irv I.»Ilowa >; I .’«»f NK I » Nr« t T IH . H 7 K . \ M li«t«-d u|M»n thr appli«*ation« ofc U postponement. night will be spent enjoying the shadow of a doubt that they til very smooth, removing all lumps, Kern. »• !«• 1« • I’ <> , Or« gon. and kt J Fmi and boil until thick. Stir constantly, •»ion of of tit I7w? E "th Nt . Portland, Oregon, re The high school law is very sights of the annual Regatta at • iv.-I «ifiiultanrouwh and alao ubon lb*ap were not married. She was and when thick remove from tire and i>lh-ath»n of U E Howard, ot Vlvta. Oregon new. It is not well understood. that place. Early Saturday holding his head on her shoulder strain through a thin cloth; l»>tlle Nignr«l) FREI» HENNET1’ Acting U»»«iuia • toner of thr tirnrrwl laind oth«-«* Api»r«»wr«l It provides a way by which high morning they will leave for Sea Inn. A». la»;. p*lgnr«l) GKORGK W Wool» in one buggy and in the other and it is ready (or use.— Mrs. Archie 1 ; Ki FF Acting Kt.-rrtary «»I the Interior Mat Allison in Home Department of July school facilities may be placed side where the business meet KI the young lady was sitting on National Magazine. within reach of the majority of ings will be conducted. Sunday her beloved’s lap and he was giv our country and village children. morning the editors and their ing both hands to the occasion. ’ Watches and Jewelry * Keeps Your Stove Black Hence refusing to make the law wives will be guests of the offi RKFAIKING A NI’E« IAI.TY e If, after washing the stove, a few e applicable in the districts where cers at Fort Stevens, who will All Work Guaranteed. • Texas isn’t slow when it comes drops of linseed oil are put on a woolen e the vote was taken leaves the show them the inside as well as to passing drastic laws affecting cloth, and then rubls-d on the stove, it • For N| mm ial Bargain» in WaU-hrit, N«-«> • high school problem still un the outside of one of the most the trusts. A law was recently will never have to he blacked, and will D. Flora, solved there. But the problem modern forts in the world, re enacted, causing fourteen lead always l<»,k new. This is a lal»>r saver. The oil costs acout fifteen cents a quart, • WAKHMAKIR and JtWLLtR . will not down. It must be met turning to Seaside for lunch, ing life insurance companies to • • and met soon, because the re where the afternoon will be withdraw from that state. Her and that amount lasts a long time — • 191 Morrison St., • Miss I<ia I . Beadle. sponsibility of carry ing the ad spent. Monday morning the lawmakers have also passed a • PORTLAND, • • OREGON * vanced studies cannot be placed scribes and their families will bill which makes the selling of • Near Pap's Reatartrant. ® Sheltar Balta. on the rural teacher without neg bid good bye to old ocean and trust-made goods a felony to be Forest planting In llllnola has been lecting both the advanced work wend their way homeward. The punished by from two to ten mainly for shelter belts, and the spe elea used have la-en the rapid growing and the work of of the small Herald would suggest to our years in prison. ones. When It is consider«!, however, children. People demand good brethren of the press that they that the shelter t»elt around tbe farm buildings should tie as permanent as work; they have a right to good commence to plan now to attend A man that hasn’t any more the buildings themselves. It might hi schools for their children, and the coming meeting, which will feeling for his team, after they tbe end be letter to plant slower grow they will sooner or later assert be of unusual interest. have done a hard days work, ing. longer lived spectes. sneb as white elm, oak. sugar maple, or even this right in every progressive than to leave them on the street pine, ash. »Ince the chief function of a Robartlna glvea what avary woman community. When the public are HAYWOOD ACQUITTED for hours at a time without shelter licit la protection against win m«»at deairea—a perfect complexion willing to give the boys and the It brings that toft, smooth, fraah. W. D. Haywood, secretary of shade, feed or water, while he ter sb.rms, white pine, wherever It clear tint to the cheek that ¿»notes girls of the country schools the the Western Federation of mi is in the saloon filling himself will thrive, will serve this purpoM youthfulnesa. It will bring beauty and will, tn addition, laat for same chance that is enjoyed by ners, who was arrested Feb. 17, with beer, ought to be prosecu well to those who lack It; It will retain many years ft. S. Kellogg. It for those who already poaoeea It; the city youths, high schools 1906, on a charge of conspiracy ted to the limit for cruelty to an It will enable you to successfully will be placed within reach of in the assasination of Ex-Gover imals. combat the ravage^ of weather and For an Impaired Appetite time. Don’t doubt—don't argue. Just every child. How long will it nor Frank Steunenberg Dec. 30. try RoberMne. Your druggist will To improve tlie appetite and strength take to convince the rural and 1905, and who has been under give you a free sample. All drug The only sure way of securing en the digestion try a few .loses of glwts keep Hobertlns. village community that the trial at Boise since May 9, 1907, competition against the trustsis < hamls-rlain's Stomach and Liver Tale country boys and girls are enti was acquitted Sunday, July 28. through national, state or munici lets. J. II. Heits of Detroit, Mich., tled to an equal chance with the Mr. Haywood was given a fair pal ownership or control. That says: “They restored my appetite youth of the city.—The School and impartial trial and the re will sure fetch ’em, nothing else when im|>aired, relieve! me of a bloated feeling and caused a pleasant and satis and Home. sult should be satisfactory to will and the quicker the Ameri factory movement of the Ism-els.’’ every fair minded person. The can voter realizes this, the soon- Price 25 cents, »ample! free. For sale TRIBUTE IO A PASTOR Appeal to Reason and other pa he will get relief from their by all druggists. »»»--------- The community of Gresham, pers of that stripe were very graft. fxzerna and we may say the people of much afraid that Haywood, Moy For the g.xsl of those suffering with this entire field, exceedingly re er and Pettibone would be rail Haven’t heard of Rockefeller, eczema or other such trouble, I wish to gret the loss of Rev. and Mrs. C. roaded to the gallows without Rogers or Harriman getting into say, my wife had something of that A. Nutley and family, who left even a chance for an impartial jail yet, have you? If some of kind and after using the doctors' reme this week for their new home at hearing. They now, of course, us poor sinners had done the dies for some time concluded to try Hood River, where Mr. Nutley see and should acknowledge their half of what is charged against Chamlierlain’s Haire, and it prov.sl to Is- better than anything she had tried. will have charge of the Baptist error. them we would hav^ been there For sale l>/ all druggists. church. In Mr. Nutley the «•e ---- long ago. Remedy for Diarrhoea. Never Known Herald has had a staunch friend. ELECTRIC LIGHTS LOR GRESHAM to Fall From the day of the inception of Now that the Multnomah That cartoon on the front page the little paper, he commenced county grange fair and carnival of fast Thursday’s Oregonian “I want to way n few words for Cham pulling for the home sheet and is assured, Gresham must have was a forceful argument in fa berlain's Colic, Cholera ami Diarrhoea He med y. I have use<l this preparation has been working for it heart electric lights. The Portland vor of tariff revision. The big in my family for the past five years and and soul ever since. Rev. Nut- Railway Light and Power Co. daily is landing sledge hammer have never known it to fail to effect a ley’s work here as a pastor and have been interviewed and have blows, in cartoons and editorials, cure in any instance. I feel that I can not say too much for the l>e»t remedy of citizen has been of the kind that intimated that they are ready to against the trusts these days. the world.’’—H. Jernson, Hpring Grove, wears. He has filled a place in furnish all the light needed for York county, Pa. This remedy is for the entire district that has been the town if proper petitions, Let us all pull together for the sale by all d.uggisU. . In all sizes, from 55c per dozen up. Thread at 5c per spool. Furnishing (ioods of all kinds. assortment Babies' and Children's Shoes of Portland. PLEASANT HOME 1VIRS. E. M. DOUGLASS, • Fred -XAV0MEN »-*1 MAGAZINE ••••••••eeeeeeeeeee • hSIRI WRIARMBUIHMA * $1.00 a Month • CHIRCHt S ÀBO SCIRMHIRHSIS Z PROTECTS YOU e • ih n * Tim ngnitiai Sickn«**«, %r«,hl«*i»0 mid I ' «tl» : farmers’ Mutual fire : • e Relief Association • • • dr e e r«»HTI AM», • • a ln«nran«« • ami • • W4ht<*«i in » m i v »«»iinly. li»-ia I m r» w rite I«» J J. .1 KERN, Hvc’y, v., East Yamhill «I l’«»rt iand » »»• , <■ i . I I. KigFKM, Agt , lUtrinu. , or I«» ® int-«ir|«>rah <1 ii”t ¡«1 aclihil l mml l'»H Tri««l • e Igi nli e «-»«t WAntii Àccidtnl» mil Hipptn €tl Prolttl«« Av«»i»l l«-iiig n «ui...... f charily al tin* limida «»f <»ili«*ra k lor |»ur NORTHWESTERN HEALTH ANO ACCIDENT ASSOCIATION OF iniHTI AM», <»ng«O»M « all <>r w rllr e John Broun, Agi.. H an 'I gwimm I, <>r. e II. W K samhaii .. I’r»-M , (ir«*ahnin. * e • eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee HEAVI K STATE IIERAI.I», „O regon i ) S hort L ine COMFORTABLE *«;> U nion P acific ——— 3 I RAINS 10 Illi IASI DAIIY O. W. P. 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M 303 40S 30 3)3 4)5 31 433 ill 4J 443 S05 40 443 S45 40 Will VI 144 OSS SS WJU 0?2 02 4 130 0? 6613 OS? 054 15 4 OS II 12 ill 114 310 11 a into In 13 10 3 10 4 JUIO >13 20 3 304 Ala -JI IO 24 12 24 2 244 304 STATtOHS Hlefrr Barton I’NION |»FPGT VIST IOU».O <’atadero Lv livre juat na « livap nini juat ita well or lw-lt«*r? Portland Railway : I Light & Power | Company RAPIO (or voit we can «lo il • FREQUENT votir work rl»««,wlicrv ulicit Why rend - 44 1 II 0? 1 S3 17 1 40 34 1 IS j ' | | toll ARTORIA »til A mi I*. M way |M*iut», connecting Imily with ateamer for llwa- except <••» an»l North Hem, h. Munday, «l<’Niner nnmn I o Aali al Mai urday dock (witter | h r ) lu mi P M & no P M. Dally except Hu mlay, Foil DAYTON, Ore gon <lty nml Yam hill, Rlvr p<»11»t m Anh »1 <l»M’k (water per.) » m I’ M. Dally except Munday II . . 7 00 A M Imily ewerpt Munday 30 0 01 Fur a w I r I oii , Idaho, and way points from 34 0 04 ' Rli»»iria, Wa»h 30 0 04 i Leair Riparla fi io A. M nr upon arrival 43 1 14 ' train No 4, dally except Maliir»1ay. A 11ve Riparia 4 P M„dally except Friday. 44 0 20 I M 0 23 54 0 30 05 0 30 00 0 30 11 0 42 11 0 40 24 0 S3 0. R. & 4 M En»t ward I- M I- M Biggs Mali figures in . laical * Ki <1 Daily except Munday. For Ori-K'>ii City, Cam-mnh Piirk nml way poinla, cli!«s*’ •’»•’’> »t <»«»If Juiic- tion. For L.-tiO, Mount Hrott nml i-nnl. till,- points, chan»,- car» al In-ntn Junction W. P. MUI.CIIAY, Trafile Agent. N’J Hp’v Schedule Of Train.« (Xdl M enl ward A M AM r M Mall Vl,r 4 i e Sr Nn No, A No r. fin A IA A IA 7 «I FOSTI MO 9 9 A 2D a 20 7 EAST roo-i fort . Fori E Elyr Ix>oa> A No NN»’ »1 a On A 4ft *2ft 7 IV» AS» MM A 4ft' A AO , a 9 lift 9 14 7 » FAIRVIEW A M 7 A7 TROUTOAl a 7 Ml ROOSTER R . • A 1*2 RRIOAI VEIl 7 ’M » 1» 7 IH 1 10 . « M « M « »« Ticket i»lli<*v, Third mid Washington, lei,j,|,o„e Main 712 <’ W Hlringer, General DIHcua, Fimi nml Abler Hl»., City Ticket Agent. Win. McMurray. PoRTI.AND, D hr UON. I Geni Paitnengrr Agent.