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The citizens, and especially
the granges of Multnomah
county, certainly owe a debt of
gratitude to the members of
Evening Star grange for their
generous action last Saturday in
deciding to discontinue prepara
tion for the local fair which they
had planned to hold October
next, and to throw their strength
toward making the county fair
at Gresham a success. Certain
it is that the proposed county
fair could not be a decided suc
cess without the united assis
tance of the banner grange of
the county, for it is a well known
fact that whatever Evening Star
undertakes she makes a grand
success of. And it is not to be
wondered at when one stops to
consider the kind of stuff her
membership is made of. Such
unselfish devotion to the com
mon good could emanate only
from those who indent have
learned the beautiful and dt-ep-
er truths to be found only in the
loyal, intelligent Patron of Hus
bandry. Every grange in Mult
nomah county owes to Evening
Star a vote of thanks for her un
The trial recently end«*U at
Boise, Idaho, with its tale of
horror and shame, forves one to
the conclusion that a recurrence
of this kind will not be entirely
prohibited until the enforced ar
bitration of all labor differences
is adopted. This nu-thod of deal ,
in* with troubles between labor
and capital has for years been
successfully used in New Zea
land. Why not here?
“ Imino«! vol worth admit of no d« fence»
For want of decency
“Industry means success in
life. 55’ithout it. genius, ability,
scholarship and giMMl intentions
are of no avail. By industry,
poverty, and lack of opportunity,
the greatest obstacles in life
may be overcome, and success in
“He most lives who thinks
most, feels the noblest: acts the
unee w hen the •»« we« very rough and
nearly all the t>aea«>ugvra were aeaalck
Pat nil I lug the pruuieuade deck our
day. I i-auie acmaa a lady in a reelin
lug chair la the very extremity of proa
Ry her aide waa the figure of
«nd photos of Churches, Schoolhouses,
a inau la collaitae fn>ui the aauie dia
order, hla head real lug la tho lady’»
Residence Properties, Family Parties, Is
Aa «he aevuted tu be otherwise quite
alone. I ventured to addrvaa her, aay
feebly ebook her bead for an
Iwlug apparently too far gone
“But," I went on, “aurely I niuat do
aotuetbiug tor you.
Now is the time
to get a good picture oi your farm home or family
It oeetue you are
unattended, alnce your buaband ap
peani to ba In greater diatrvaa than
The lady murmured with the utmoat
alutudon of wvakneaa and Indifference:
“lie ta not my hualaiud; I never aaw
group, your tine stock, etc., etc.
We do anything and everything in the line of
high-class photography at lowest rates.
him la-tore In my Ufa!"
D.lawara Grongo Work.
Tho atato of Delaware reports an In
croase of grange membership In one
year of 28 |wr cent. Tbs grauge la en
deavortng to Induco the trustees of the
Agricultural college to uao the federal
appropriation for atrlctly agrtcultprai
As an introduction
I am offering Stamp Pictures, 24 for 25c.
courses In the college tnatead of build
Pittsford (N. T.l grange will give a
floral exhibit In the towu hall In All-
Competition la open to all who
Character is what we are in
real.Io In that town anil vlelulty.
Better a mistake avoided than
Amcrkatu “Trekking” to the Cana
Special Cttm *|«*«iM*ence.
CALL AT GALLERY
in the big tent in rear oí Gresham Hotel,
are offered In forty alx classes.
“Irts kiting” to the
nortbweut, ami a
h I miwx
there in IKIMi while an
A FEW MINUTES WITH THE EDITOR
Ing up other de|>artu>euta with It
When in doubt what to do
don’t do it.
Dr. BroucihtT Ialk> on Ureyon
THE DEAD BEAT
Never Saw Him fiefere.
1 waa crueatag vn au Atlautk- Haar
A preacher recently said that P ortland , Ong -n, Augiuit 5, 19U7.—
atrong. Nought thia l-aal
some church members were dead lu hi« eermon Sun»lav morning al the \Vi*t»t in I90H. It certainly cannot be
heading their way to Heaven.
aaid th At the State« firmer in moving
Brongher, in diactisidng the text, “Peter
He was right. There are other ■ «aid, ‘I go ••Bailing,’ an«l they aaid unto (or his health. There in hut one rea
people besides tramps that art* him, • We go with thee,’ ” suid in part non- he in moving liecauw* he can aril
dead beats. You can find them “Tom Richar-l-M'ii, «•’crvtary ot the ilia own land in the liome omntry and
multiply it ten time sin area in Western
in every community, not only in Oregon Development league, in a re Canada (or the Name price, while real
the church, but in every phase cent letter printed in The Oregonian, iiing an ur.dreamed profit ami constant
urge« upon all go»*i citixen« to write a
of civic life. Every town has a ¡«ersonal letter to their friend* in the advance in value (or years to come.
few enterprising citizens who Eaat, getting f«»ith the attrretiona o. I The American settler *»( hatay knows
(. exactly what lie want«, ami conduct«
are willing to spend time and Oregon as a place in which to live. ll
farming on strictly huNinee« principlem,
money for the upbuilding of
rather than in theamiiewhat haphaxanl
statement along thi* line to their cun-
their community, and there are
fashion ••( earlier dava.—J<»e Mitchell
those who are willing that they I think thia ia a aplemlid idea, The Chapple in the National Magaiine tor
should do it. While they assist preachers ami the churebea «night to be August.
not. yet do they reap as the dead mteresle«| in this movement. Like
For an Impaired Appetite
beat reaps, from others, labor. draw« like, If w<* want nnlMtantial
citizen« from the Eaat to come to our’
T«» improve the ap|ndite an«l strength*
Don’t be a dead beat.
en the digTNtion try a few doar« of
L. A. Taylor,
community, for it is only in so
Editor Ballard of the Milwau doing that our country can suc
kie Bee is having a hard time cessfully expect to live and pros
swallowing his portion of the re per.
form pill handed the city of Mil
waukie in the closing of gam “ HAVING EYES, THEY SEE NOT.”
bling in its country club. In the
One is so often reminded of this
last issue of the Bee he asks, in reading the daily and weekly
among other things, why the papers nowadays. Officials who
“straight-laced citizens of the have sworn to do their duty fail
county, ” who are not concerned to see anything to do, even
Or V»IRTI.A ND. Otooiiox
in the matter one iota, and are though the law is broken day
not harmed by it one particle, after day. week after week and
Insurance at actual r»wtt. Tii«-.|
think the proper thing to do is year after year right under their
ami not lutimi watiling.
state, then the beat people out here
wantisl in wvry county. I’«»r par-
to pull the mote out of Milwau nose. They are waiting to be
should reek to influence them to come. (ha tnln^rlam’N Stomach an«I Liver Tai?
While the officials of our coun- There ia nothing a«» influential in thia leta. J. II. Seitx of (Mroit, Mich., i lisulars ante to
kie’s eye? He also questions the shown. Then they wait until
J J. KFRX. N,« ’y,
right of the editors of the Star someone comes along willing to try certainly are acting very regard aa a pera»>nal letter. If we be aaya: “They restored my apatite t ftgft Ea*t Yamhill Mt , l’ortlniid. Ur u on
lieve in the future pro«|»ecta ol Oregon, when Impaired, relieve«I me of a bloated
F. N ikikk , Agt , lk»nng, Orc
and the Oregon City Enterprise do, gratis, what they are paid to
let us talk and write al»»ut them.
1 , feeling ami cau*e«i a plraaant and «alim |
to say anything derogatory to do, relieve them of the responsi ing with the overly sensitive Jap want to urge up»n the 3,000 member« of ( factory movement of the boweto.” i II. W H nashall , Pres , (irettham.
Milwaukie or its criminal—the bility and do it for them. What anese and are to be commended the White Temple and ill congregation Price 25 cent«. Sample« free. For «alt*
a pity it is. Sometimes one is for their conservatism, we hope to take up thia idea. I hate already by all 4,ruXKi*t0.
Whenever any man, or set caused to think that parents are they will not lose sight of the suggested thia thought in our church
of men undertake to set at more or less responsible for this. fact that the Japanese so-called calendar. Members have l>een re«piest-
F ot Ih.
<>l th*anff.ring with
ed to send the cafendar to their friends,
defiance a state law, then it is Queer, isn’t it? Not so much so.
invite them to visit Portlaml ami eape- ncarma or otlirr «neh irouble. I aiah t<>
time for the people to force them
When you visit the homes and ■without a doubt, especially if cially* the White Temple. Thia haa «ay, my wife ha.l «onx-thing of tliat
to obey the law. For several see children under parents’ very their action in sending thousands been «lone. Thia is one of the reason* kin<l miti alter uhìi > k thè doctora* teme- ,
years the Country Club of Mil eyes, destroying books, pictures, of paid soldiers into the Philip why so many at ran gers are to l»e found dira ft>r tome tinte con<*luded to trv • I ì
waukie has been a festering sore i or anything else they happen to pines, Hawaiian islands. United in the congregations at the White Tem Chamberlain’s Salve, and it prove«! to *
Ixd ua continue this Ite bettvr than anything «he had trini
in the eyes of the people of the have, and yet are not seen by States and Mexico as settlers, is ple
kind of work.
Write a |*r*<-nal letter For sale b/ all drnggi*ts.
state. In fact, it had become so the said loving parents. Go to true. “The spirit of unrest and to your friends in the East. Tell them
rotten and corrupt, and its ac public gatherings of any kind, desire of possession is beginning of the aitiKM«t limitless wealth our state Remedy for Diarrhoea. Never Known
tions 90 notorious that the press perhaps more often in church, to stir the minds of this ancient has in its timber and mines, wheat and
of Portland and Oregon City there sit the parents enrapt with and war-like people,” says a hay, cattle raising an«l fruit gr«>wing "I want to aay a few wonla for Cham- i
were forced to take the matter the truths of the sermon, their noted writer, “and will, when an«I various farm products, Show them berlain'a Colic, Cholera ami Diarrhoea
the advantages of our climate ami de- Remedy,
I have need thia preparation
up, to the delight of every right children sitting in plain view, least expected, let loose the ter scribe to them the beauties of our scen in my family for the paat live year» ami '
thinking man and woman in the noisy, whispering, making faces, rors of hell.”
have never known it to fail to effect a
I hear«! the other day of a young cure in any instance.
state. Right here is where paper dolls, anything but con
I feel that I can
The Herald acknowledges with (Quaker who wrote back to his father, not aay too much for the lieat remedy of
burning shame and disgrace is ducting themselves as children
thanks a copy of The Quincy felling him of the wonderful size of th«* the world."—S. Jenison, Spring Grove,
added to the already blackened should, and their parents seeing
Daily Journal of Quincy, III., berries ami farm products in this coun York county, Pa. Thin remedy in for Cazadero Lv ,|
» 1 Ml ««> N 0
record of Milwaukie. A large them, see not—and the children
ri in tn it 0 OS
containing a very able article, try. He toll him that the bark of the sale by all <1 rugghtJi.
«.<i ui m ti 0 1»
number of its citizens—and from are soon the officers who “having
sequoia gigantiea tree was 24 inches
written by Editor H. N. Wheel thick.
»• i tllUIU 0 14
The ol I father wrote to him and
Notice for Publkatkm
the article mentioned, we pre eyes see not.”
•Hl ill Hl It 0 12
er, on the annual meeting of the said, ‘My son, I regret that thee hath
• y i 55 4 KI M 0 22
sume Editor Ballard included, —
Reader, father, mother, if National Editorial association at fallen into the habit of lying, along
I aih I «»ih«»’ at Portland, Oregon, July H, HW7. Riefer
111 «I I SO
signed a petition, asking that you love your boy or your girl,
Palmer, Oregon, ha* ftl«*«l n«»ti«M* of hl* Intrn
Jamestown, June 10, 1907. We I with other westerners. You know the lion
to make final five y?«r pr«w>f in »up|M>ri of Anderton
112 m in II 0 M
this infamous instution be kept you can do them no greater
have not, for many years at
102 in Ml II 0 44
made July ft, 1900. for
tin* M I 2 N F I I ami M
running in their city for no other favor than to take time to watch
upon the receipt of this letter, I 2 N W II Mn Zt. Twp. I N R 5 K . an«! that <irr* hum
202 Mt Ml 20 0 40
least, read anything so interest 'son,
24 2 ltt in 24 0 S2
went and g*>t a large trunk of bark 2tt s»Kl pr«Md will be made br'ore the regtater Cedarville
purpose except for what revenue them. Keep your eye on the
and receiver at Portlan«!, Oregon, on Angunt Hyeainore .
202 Nt 401 30 0 SO
ing and so instructive as this j inches thick. He expressed it to hts ».
it would bring to them. Think company they keep, enquire as
tn in tn 27 10 to
name« th? follow In« wltnrioieM |<> prove
racy story by Brother Wheeler. father in Pt-nnaylvania, C. O. D. It hi* He continuous
of it! The citizens of an Amer to what they are doing when
of, th«* land, vlx
Touching as it does upon every cost the old man $14 to get it out of the tion
N. E Turner »nd Rd. Trickry of Palmer, Or?
ican city going on record as will out of your sight. Teach them
ireorg«- Smith of Bridal Veil, <>r«*goii, an«!
thing he heard or saw and he express office, and when lie looketl it gon.
Alex. Barr of l.at«»ur?llr Falls, Oregon.
ing to sell the very soul of its obedience in emphatic terms,
AliiKMMON M. DHK nm KR. Register.
is a man that sees and does over he sat <l««wn ami wrote: “.My son First pubi lent
loll, July 12; last publication,
Thee need not prove thy state
manhood; American citizens by and when they are grown they
things —from Quincy to James ments any more. It is too ex|N*nsive. Aug «.
Portland I I I
:»• V s. Il .mi Nl 40» 44 2 IS
petition actually endorsing will having eyes, see—yes— and
town and return, including a We will take thee at thy word.’
crime, pleading for anarchism, if officers, have respect for, and
visit to east Aurora, the home of I>*t us not lie afraid of exaggerating
Timber Mn«l, Art Jun? U. is;s.
102 10 4 200 24 I S5
and this in an educated, enlight enforce the law.
E'nit?«! Stale* l.aii<i Olfire, P«>rtian«l, Or«*gon, Cedarville.
ill 104 200 20 • 01
Elbert Hubbard and the Roy- tho advantage* of our state. Ix?t us tell May
202 20 4 Nl 24 0 OS
ened American community.
Noli«-»* in hereby given that In compliance (ir«**harn
the truth, and let us in this personal
with th** i>rovi*ionn of th«* art of <’«»«igr»*** of Hogan
24 2 24 4 24 0 >0 I to
Can there be any better illus EVIL OF “UNWRITTEN LAW.”
wav ask our friends to come to Oreg«»n. June 3, 1K7N ?ntlt!«-<1 "An art f«»r th«* nah* of Andervon .
202 204 200 42 0 14
tiu.lNT Inn«!* in the Stat«-* of California. Ore
It will fill tip our state with the very gon, N?vn«ln, nil«I WanhIngton Territory,”a*
M2 M4 45 0 40 0 20
tration of Pope’s timely warning
The Herald has frequently
The fine recently imposed on I jest class of |**ople, and give unto us rxt»-n«lr«l
204 400 12 0 n
to all th? Public Ijiii'l Blate« by art
«if Augunt I, IN1T2,
called attention to the growing the Standard Oil people of nearly citizens who love to live under (’hris-
“Vice is a monster of euch frightful
of Portland, County of Multn«>tnah, Stale of
evil of the so-called unwritten $30,000,000 will not strike a vital tian influences and believe in good gov Oregon, ha* thin «lay fil«*«l In thi* «>(!!<•<• hi* A|N|N|l|gh. .
*worn *tat«*rn«-nt No. 7 CM, for th? purr ba«« of Currt navi lie
The following article, spot nearly so quickly as would ernment.”
That to be hated, needs but to lx* law.
th? W I 2 of NW II an«! NW I 1 of MW I «of
M«Ttlon No. 1«, in T«»wn*hlp N«» I K, Rang«* No. E*tar-a«la
clipped from the Pacific Baptist, government control or ownership
i Bast, an«i win sflter proof to «bow that l ton <'atadero.. Ar <1
Ihc W ise Salesman’s Creed
lnn«l nought in noire valuable for it* limiter or
But seen too oft, familiar with
have al of such public commodities as I lielieve in the goods I am selling, Mloae than for ngrh-ulturnl puri*»*«'*. and to A M flxureN In Roman. P. M. ngurt *» in
her emphasises what we
»-«Hi.ii-ii her ■ I hhg to <»ni<i land bafore Ragtou f
<1 Dally except Bunday.
ready said along that line:
are handled by the Standard Oil an<l in the firm I am working for.
and P.«-« vlv?r at Portland, Oregon,on Turnday, black.
We first endure, then pity, then em-
I th? 10th «lay <«f September. 1907.
An advance of one I believe in working not waiting, in i If? nam«*«*an wltnt*nnrn: II W Rand of Port
For Oregon City, Cam-mah Park anil
A moot dangerous type of anarchy ha« octopus.
' land, Oregon, O, L. Kennedy of Portland, Ore
w«y pointa, ah»ng<* enr« nt Golf Junc
recently made it, appearance in at leant cent a gallon, even, would imme laughing not weeping, in boosting not
on, J < . Kuril«- of Portland, Oregon, c H.
And this is what the citizens four court rooms in thia United Staten. diately reimburse them for their knocking, and in the pleasure of doing « iiMMlard of Portland, Oregon.
Any mid an nsiWMNclalatf ur advtfssly tbs
For Lent«, Mount Scott nn<l < n«t «idc"
of Milwaukie have actually done; It in not called anarchy. In the famoua loss in what the government has gieel.
nbov? d?*«*rib?«f lamin ar? requented to fil«-
I believe that a man gets what lie their clnimn in thi* ofile«- on or In-fore «aid loth pointe, change <’nr« at Lent« Junction.
they have literally permitted (infamous) Thaw trial a lawyer called rightly exacted from their hands, goes
day of September. I*t7.
after, that one order today is worth
it “Itementia Americana;'* in other
AMtEKNoN M. DREMMER, Rp«int?r
* this thing to grow in their midst, court» it ha« l>een called “the unwritten The advance, however, would two orders tomorrow, anil that no man Firnt publication,
W. P. MI’LI’IIAY,
Jun? 2M, 1907, lant Aug. 23.
without complaint, so long that , law,’’ ami in yet others no name waa not likely be made if Uncle Sam ia down-and-out until be ha« lost faith FFTORAT1ON to entry of lamdh in
and Abler St«.,
they are now willing to endorse given, but the violator« of the law were was an active competitor in the
K riven that th«* land» <l«wrllN*«1 E m *I<> w , embrar
I ladieve in today and the work I am
P orti .««», <iaaoo«.
riK *» arr«*«*, within th«* <’a*<-N«l<* National F<w
the crime itself, and even have either diacliarge<l or pardoned by the field.
doing, in tomorrow and the work I liope «*«t, Oregon, will be avbloct to aettement and
entry under th«* provlnioiui ol the hornetea*!
the effrontery to say that it is of governor. The l>aei» of the unwritten
to do, and in tlia aure reward which the law* of the l nlted Htaten siitl the art <rf June
law i» that any wrong done to a woman
II, 1**1 (XI Htat , 2»), at the l.'nited Htaten land
The other day the Herald future holds.
no business to others what they may be avenged by a relative by pun-
Watches and Jewelry
offirr at Portland, Oregon, on September 24
I«U7 Any feUltr who whr urtunlly nn<| In k <>< m !
do. And all of this is endorsed iahment even nntoMeath ami the aarne scribe happened around the I l«lieve in roortesy, in kindness, in fait
BKPAIBI. n G A fllJKlALTY •
Ei rlalminx any of Mid land* for ngrir lilt nr
All Work Guaranlectl.
purjxHirg prior to January I, IfflJfi, ami ha*
by its paper. God pity the com lie justified by the public. That the street corner just in time to hear generowily, in good cheer, in friendship al
mH HbnII'||>II<’<I MUM, liHf H I»r«*f« n ne« right
to make a hom«**t»*<d entry for the In ml* actn
munity whose citizens counten honor of our wives and sisters ami a crowd of boys from 15 to 17 and honest competition.
ally uerupled. Hald lan«l* were I luted upon the
ance and whose local paper is so daughters is sacred, no one will ques years of age using the most vile I believe there ia an order somewhere appILf ation* of the peraon* mention?«! Iielow,
who have a preference right a«ib)ect to the
for every man ready to take one.
That they are to be defended
language. The boys knew bet I believe I am ready—right now.— prior right of any *ueh *rttl?r, provided *n«h
lost to all sense of common de tion.
with quicker zeal than we would show
Mettler or appMcnnt I* qiinlltled to niake home
WATCHMAKER and JEWUIR
«tead entry and th«* preference right I m exor
cency as to permit its pages to in defending a male relative is justifi ter, of course, but had simply Pacific Baptist.
elaed prior to Meptember 21. I9U7. on which «late
the Ijimia will be subject to nettlement ami ph
be used for the endorsement of able, but that any one has a right to patterned after their elders, who
191 Morrison St.,
try bv any «inalffled in-raon
The land* are a*
crime. Wake up brother, get take the law into hie own hands for any also know better, but evidently H u I wh I ht . wishing to have their follow* E I t of NW 14, Bee. 1, T. MM., R. 7 K .
- - OREGON
ll*t«*d upon th? application* oft!. W
out of the blackened atmosphere cause is dangerous doctrine. Murder in fail to realize the importance of a.1.1 remen < hang.d sh<n»H give the old Kern, of Welrh’a F. <>., Oregon, and W. J. Fan
blood is murder, no matter how
influence. If they did, they unable to remember the athlreaa of ewh reive»I almiiltarieoimly, nnd alao upon th? ap •••••••••••••••••
into the pure sunshine and take cold
great the provocation.
If the law is
plication of W. E lfowar«l, of Arleta, Oregon.
(Mlgned) FRED DENN2CTT Acting Commie
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