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iting with her mother, Mrs. Charles
Misses tleorgle and Edith Reynolds
have returned from a visit with friends
Mrs. luiura Fox of Portland was here
Monday instructing her piano pupils.
Mrs II. A. Richardson was a guest of
mother, Mrs. E. A. Mlatlord, at Melruee
Miss Viola Htephens has beeu having
work done on her bouse.
Charney Burney and wife have moved
into their new home.
Mre. Barali Griffiths and Halina Fox
visited friends in Portland Sunday.
Mrs. Sadie Wright of Portland visit.<1
her relatives here Sunday
Evangelist Browning prewclied in tl.e
church here Sunday evening
Mrs. Shumate of St. Joseph, Mo., has
i ome to Troutdale to make her hone
with her soil
trip to Ht. Johns Isst Thursday to visit
Mr and .Mrs. tiri-en, old time friends
from Nebraska. Mr Green visile*] here
ten years ago. They have bought prop
erty in Vancouver ami aspect to move
| Wrst in the near future.
Mrs McIntyre has Ixien visiting her
sister, Mrs. Ralph Neibauar, for a few
Mrs. P. Andaneo was in Portland on
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■Miss Alice Quint of the Mountain
school spent Haturday at home with her
folks at Moritavilla.
Mr. and Mrs. Fri-d Hhoultx ,j*nt Sun
day with Mrs. A. Butler at Kelly’s mill.
W. James has gone up to his timber
claim in Washington.
Miss Cecelia Woodward of Portland
spent Sunday here with her folks.
('. Dixon of fjitourell was unfortu
nate to lose a child last week. We ail
sympathise with them in their sorrow.
It. P. Rasmussen of Corbett aud his
sister, Mrs. P. Anderson, have just re
ceived the sad news of the death of a
brother at Iron Mountain, Mich., who
Mr«. Willard Oiok entertained Mn. 1 was accidentally shot while riding his
11. ( am |>I m »I I of TrouViale une «Jay bicycle from his work.
' hint Hf« k
If not satisfactory
Mi«. II. Rhaw ih having a new fence
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is our motto
built arotiud her property. II. Wenger |
and Nir. Sharp are doing the work.
Mrs. K. A. .Stafford is quite sick.
Mr«. Khaw and won George and daugh- *
Mrs. Alfred Baker of Portland is vis
ter Ruth will leave in a few daya for
iting relative, and friends here.
Walla Walla, to iq>en<l the winter with
Mr,. Dowaett of tire,ham is visiting
Mr«. Shaw'» daughter, Mrs. H. I »on ley.
her mother, Mr«. E. A. Stafford.
Mias Lucy Higgins was taken violent
•'In Faith, In Hope, In Charity, and with fidelity.”
ly ill la«t Htunlay night. She ia itn» ' Mr. and Mr«. Julius Elsner aud Mrs.
Taylor af Aim, called on friends here
! proving at Ulis «late.
The funer»l Mrviceaol Lloyd llii kli.i,
A. M. Anderson and fa.nily enter-'
Tliaorganitalionof miinermii branche« program conaiated of a atudy of Oregon yuunge.l non of Mr«. Sarah Hicklin,
Isaac Wood and family of Astoria
tained Isaac Anderson and family of
of the Grahtf« throughout the county bird« which was enjoyed by all present. were conducted from the Fvarigelicel
have been visiting his parents, Rev.
Pleasant Horne on Hunday.
will undoubtedly rranlt in much g««»! A bountiful dinner at winch two visitor* church here la«t Sunday at 11 u'chick.
and Mrs. J. II. Wood.
Henry Moller has been very ill for
t<> thia valley, «ay« the ltogur Hiver were prcMcnt turniahv«i it« part of the Inlermeut »«" in Hall cemetery.
Mow Pearl Alder, who is the Spring
tbe |M4«t mouth with inflammatory
Courier. If our farmer frirnda will only enjoyment of the «lay. Much im|»ort-
school, visited her parents over
rheumatism, ami at present is not im
pull together an<l atrive to grow more ant buainraa in connection with build»
ami lirttcr product« ami uae their beet
Saturday evening and were highly en ler of Portland, is with birn this week. ■ Mis, Florence Stafford «pent several j
effort« to improve the cotelitioiia of transacted.
The dining table fairly
Jac k Bagley of Portland was a .Sunday days in Portland last week.
their respective neightMirhuoda. they
of W. Ellison and w ife.
can accompliah groat tiling« right al »ng
Questions For Orange Diacuaaion.
I «uch a« the Indie« of Troutdale can pre
thrmt Important line«. The grange ha*
Pick Anderaon baa again accepted a
How much time va< h day should the
aomr moat excellent aima ami if the farmer ami bls wife devote to self pare The hall «»« decorated miwt position in the store livre, and bi« pres-
Alf Bens lia, moved his family to Do
ideaa are brought to a anccraafiil culmi Improvement, or 1« tbe work done
riice is welcomed by many of the pa ver.
I made a la-antiful •< ene in the electric
nation. we may aoon rx|M«^ to «••«» all more tiuportaul than tbe worker?
Mrs. C. A. Keith and Mrs. J. W. Ex
What 1« the grvntest question lM»fore light. The guests, U5 in numla-r, eame
part« of Juaephine county go forward
Hallowe’en will I m * observed by the on were Sandy callers one day last week.
the Aiuvrlcun |»eople today. Rumi 1 out in two «¡a-cial cars from Portland.
with great atridea. The Herald would
school in tbe sc boo I building Thursday
grant«, liquor, raw, corporation»?
Rev. D. A. Watters preached at the
An electiou of officers m the Sunday evening. * An invitation baa liven ex-
suggest that excellent advice could bi
If you want to save money on large quantités see me
How ran alate and county fairs I mi
well uaed by our folk«. Commein-c carried on am «•••»•«fully wlf(g>ut tbe achool last Sunday laid Sunday result, d lefided to all j«arilit« and Jrivud« to Dover Methodist church last Sunday.
right now to plan for big résulte hi midway ami taudevlllo shows?
join hi tbe fun making.
sick list the last few days.
(•range work and la-tler product« to
Hhould anything but dollars and one year
J. N. Martindale tiai* movv«l his fam
cent« be counted as Income <>u tbe Stone; assistant «uperintendent, Mrs.
Rev. I>. A. Watters of Portland and
abow al neit year’« fair
WE ALSO BUY YOUR BUTTER, EGGS, ETC.
I Fred Zimmerman; secretary, Mrs.
Mr. McClure took dinner with J. W.
Mrs. 1». S. 1 »unbar, Mrs. J. P Hee Exon and family last Sunday.
Points am! essays on education In Laura Funk; treasurer, Mrs. William
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for several years the Granger« of the borne, the acbtM>l and tbe world.
llurasell; librarians, l>ella Zimmerman lin, Mrs. C. E. (’rve, Mm. T. J. Crute,
The people of Dover and Firwood are
(heg'Hi have been looking into taxation
The lalM»rtng man’s opportunity aa ami F.nid Funk; assistant librarians, Mrs. M. J. L'ttle|»age, Mrs. J. T. Stil-
awakening to the necessity of better
lawa ami methral«. If they take up compare«! with fifty years ago.
Harriet Richardson arid (.race Mu-kley. lion, Mrs. E. E. Heal in and Mrs. Nich- , roads. The road between Sandy and
I»<> the lM»«t Interests of tbe country
with the amendment« prt>|«MM*«i by the
Mrs Anna tiuerin and Wendel Hick olson made up a party who went to the Firwood i, mostly planked and the bal-
Oregon Tax Reform nrnociation there demand a parcels | mm I?
An Industrial scientist has discover
lin of Butte, Mont., were here to attend home of Mrs. G. W. Zimmerman fora ence will soon be in good condition, Strunk and Messrs. Dan, Fred and R.
will l»r aoinrthing doing in thia glorioti«
ed that the eating of camly h.is the
grentrnt motive power?
I the funeral of their brother, Uoyd I a« lies meeting last Friday. They were last week the citiaens of Dover and
|iea\er Mate, aaya the Echo Register
highly entertained by their hooteu.
latue effect on the system as the drink
Ikw»a It pay as well to care for poul lli< klin.
Firwood graded Deep Creek Hill by do
Taxation it not the only thing the try aa other stock?
ing of alcohol If tbe state legislature»
On last Thursday afternoon the I«a- nation work a, follows:
Grange m looking alter
It ia getting
Appreciation of our grange advan
take heed of this matter it may be
sick, is improving.
Mrs. Masterson is teaching tbe Aims
its big «boulder behind tlic wagon that tages
necessary for our young men to pat
church met with Mrs. W. T. Scott ami C. A Keith
A. J Morrison A Son IJu > school.
The Interests of (he Pomona grange.
la dratine«! to carry the pr«Mlurer and
A S. Mline's mother and sister, Mrs. «dected the following new officers: Pres H Fitsgerald
ronize ’blind tigers” when they wish
1« J«Meph D» Shafer
the toiler into their own government
Thomas laiive, and two children have ident, Mrs. W. A. Townavmi; vice pres Geo HftUtell
Mrs. Wm. Hardin and son Dan made to offer a treat to their "best girls.”
. 12 Geo. Wolf
ownetabip or control of public utilities, ' Tbe cultivation of flower».
arrived from Scotland and eipect to ident, Mrs J. N. Farris; secretary, J. W. Exon
. 1« A. J Kitzmiller ... » a visit to her daughters, Mr,. Emma
Ft It WOOD
control of the truste, railroad«, express
i make their home here.
Davies and Mr,. Pearl Wood.
Dr. Wiley of the national pure food
Qu»«r Nam«« of Grange».
Mrs. W. T. Scott; treasurer, Mrs. M. C. James DeShafer FJ4 Jas Swain
and telegraph It lies, water tran«|M»r*
RI hm I v Island baa Its Klckrtnult, went to Tbe bailee to meet his relatives i Cornett.
1. R. Taylor has sold his beef cattle to bureau is after Louisiana molasses,
. 2 Mart N'ew
tation Im««, etc. It ia coining, ami Mulne Ita Cabbosevcontev, Axlacoas, ami aciom|>an/ them here.
much to the disgust and Indignation of
the Montavilla butcher.
J. M. Conklin and family of Mt. E<1 'n'lgiii
Weacuatogo, Wytopltlock, OsquosatM^
there la no mistake almut it.
the sugar <-ane growers of the south.
Rainliow Circle, Women of Wood
The 1 over people think they have
Wrssaaweskrag aud Wcsaerrunaett. craft, w ill give a five hundred party in Pleasant have been visiting Mrs. Couk-
The doctor should beware. Molasses
now done enough road work outside of
i tin’s imrvnts, G. R. Wilcox and wife.
I. N. Bramhall and wife and Harry
New- Humpsblrv comes along with
A chicken dinner will I m » given at Wantnntaqult, Patuccoway, Massata»» Fox’s ball the first Thursday in each i Grandfather Maikell of Portland vis- their district, and would like for the Bramhall made a Hying trip to Aims is powerfully sticky stuff.
Gresham Grange, Saturday, Novvinlier sic and Pemlgi-w jiaavtt. while Connect , month, la-ginning November 7. A ! itv«l al the home of Rev. W. T. Scott on people in the east end of Eagle Creek Sunday.
Poor old Korea! A few weeks ago
V. Several candidate* are to I k » initi icut rv|»orts yulnuatisaet. Wangum- small admission fee will la- charged.
district to tlx their part of the road.
Miss Ida White returned Thursday the whole world was paying attention
Mias Bertha Helming has returned
ated. Everyone I m » on time nt 10 ;k) bang. Taghhannuck and Maabapaug.
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from Portland, where she has been vis to Its troubles, while now notsxly
a in. SiMt’ial program by Cerva. Reg Good names for a prunuudatioa | from a lew weeka’ visit with her aunt
iting the past week.
seems to care whether Japan swallows
I and uncle in southern Oregon.
ular program :
the Ileruiit Kingdom whole or not
Roll call, II iw to make the Grange
Willian. Wright and wife have moved
(Continued from editorial page.)
The friends of Mrs. Killin will be
Won Grange Scholarship«.
hall a «<M ial center of social ami intel
The successful coutestunts for tbe here from Portland and are residing
The Young People, society held a very glad to know that she i, convalescent.
John Lynch has bought a team of
grunge scholarship* to Cornell Agri with Mr. Wright's mother, Mrs. Ellen enthusiastic meeting last Sunday in the Her parent, visited her last Monday at
A Good Liniment
Iliatory of the llulionic plague by Mr«. cultural college offered by tbe New , Wright
young horses and intends running biB
Lutheran church w ith a good attendance.
father’s farm next year.
York state grange are Byron B. Robb
need a good reliable lini
Mrs. J. S. Hudson visited her sister A good program was rendered, consist
Little Lucile, daughter of Mr. and
l>iM U««ion, What thia Grange should of Monroe county, 1 »wight Wakeman
Mr. Allshouse has made some im ment try Cuamlierlain’s Pain Balm. It
in Portland on Sunday.
of Btoome county, Orrin F Boss,
I m « thankful for.
Mrs. Edwards has lan-n spending a reading,.
in Portland on Monday for medical provement on his farm. He has en has no superior for sprains and swell
The drill team of Evening Star Grange Katherine E. Jones, Una B. Jones of
closed the windmill and painted it.
ing*. A piece of tiannel slightly damp
treatment. She ha, tuberculosis.
will I m « out on N uvciii I mt 9 to put on
ened with Pain Balm is superior to a
burgh of Chautauqua county.
Mr. Strause, our road supervisor, has
the degree work.
SEC 1I0N LIVE
again. Mr. Hendricks has bought it plaster for lame back or pains in the
The Grange Will Approve.
side or chest. It also relieves rheu
Miss lhvgmar Christianson of Wash ing the public highway just west of his and is remolding the house.
Postmaster General Meyer has stat Sunday with her |>arents here.
Columbia Grange ball wa« a scene of
matic pains and makes sleep and rest
place, lie also has the plank on the
John Hall and II. II. Chapman, for
gaiety la«l Saturday evening.
The ed In a recent Interv lew that be should
possible. For sale by all druggists.
family this week.
mer residents of Troutdale, s|a-nt Sun
young folk« gave a hallowv'en dance,
place and Mr. Stiriner’s.
day here and attended the funeral of
which wan «plendidly enjoy«»«! by a
A very pretty combined birthday par
tbe establishment of u postal savings
returned from The Dalles this past
large and «riveted gathering.
Prof. bank In these two pariIculars be Is Lloyd Hicklin.
ty occurred at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
week, where, with her two children, she
$1.00 a Month
Ilrnriei'a orchestra of four pi»*ce« fur In harmony with the grange and will
Frank Daniels of Fairview last Sunday,
Fred Helming of Portland was here
nished the music. l ight refreshment« receive tbe grange support If these ' on business |«rt of last week and was a has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Win.
when Al. I-arson and Mrs. Mary Dan
were served during the night.
measures arc brought before congress. i guest of his brother, L. Helming.
A numlier of people in this neighbor iels, his niece, celebrated their birth
Mrs. F.. Arnspiger is quite ill at pres hood attended the fair at Gresham last days, which occurred on the 26th ; Jean
Miss Kincaid of Pleasant View- haa
against Sickness. Accident and
Another new grange bank Is to I*
ent, the result of a severe cold.
and Jake Larson’, birthdays occurring
Multnomah Grange held its regular built at Troy, Pa. It 1« to be a two been in charge of Mrs. Frances Allard's
Mrs. Olney is also on the invalid list,
meeting Saturday, Oct. 20, with 14 story building. 32 by 00 feet, of gray home during that lady's absence in
Misses L and M. Steinman attended
birthday on the 31st. Over 20 relatives
Little Heedon Metcalf, I owing to overwork.
mrmlw’ra in attendance. The Grange pressed brick. The upper story uiay ' Portland.
the fair at Logan last week.
The Thompson boy, were out on a
J grandson of Mrs. Allard, w ho hits been
Voted to enter the literary contest. The be used for n grange ball.
Mr. Bates has sold hi, crop of prune, Robert (arson of Portland. A splendid I
the hands of others.
visit to their mother, Mrs. K. Schneider, at a good price.
very ill, is reported aa improving.
banquet and a good program were fea NORTHWESTERN HEALTH AND
Mrs. John Larsson and father, Mr. ! Sunday.
C. A. Duns of Shaniko i, spending a tures of the day, which all hope to du
laitourell, have returned from a trip to
few day, with his folks here.
plicate next year.
OF PORTLAND, ORKUON
tlia East. They went by the wav of ley, Wednesday evening.
A large black bear was shot here last
Call or write
Canada and visited there and also
Herald want ads bring good results.
week by Geo. I'e Shields. The bear
John Brown, Agt., Rockwood. Or.
stopped at many of the laige eastern
had been in the prune orchard of D. M.
cities, making a most delightful trip,
A Reliable Remedy for Croup
Marshall the night before, so the next
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t l>-1O-DK11 APPI.IANCI *
Mrs. 8. Roaintbal of Turner, Michi- j
morning a hunt was organised. The
Mrs. Frank Cumming entertained her I I’.der have gone up on the Little Sandy dogs soon took the scent, and after run gan, says: “We have used Chamber
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mother, Mrs. Hoover, and her sister, this week on a huntinglrip.
ning Mr. Bruin for about two miles, Mr. lain's Cough Medicine for ouraelve* and
Mrs. J. B. 1-ent of Cecil, Ore., is down DeShields ended hi, career as a prune children for several years and like it !
; Mrs. Tuffonl, of Portland a few days
Rest of feed all the year Good winter •
on business, and is making a short stay thief, with a well aimed shot. The i very much. I think it is the only rem
pasturage. Shelter. Gall on or write
party consisted of D. M. Marshal), Geo. edy for croup and can highly reconi-
1 J. I L* Hh
OREGON J Mrs. Urtle has returned to her home on tlie farm.
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Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hamilton made a DeShields, H. M. Duus. F. Thomas, E. ■ mend it.’’ For sale by all druggists.
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