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GRESHAM and MONTAVILI.A, MULTNOMAH COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27
NEW YEAR S CUSTOMS CHRISTMAS KEPT BY
Of HIE EARIY DAYS
Get Into Line and
How the Dutch in York State School and Church Entertain
Kept New Year’s—Cakes
ments are the Order
lor the Children.
of the Day.
Groceries. Hardware, feed. Etc.
THE STORE THAT SAVES
IN THE DEBATE Fairview Grangers are Royal
Forensic Exhibition at Park
place on Last Friday Night
Refects Credit on Teachers
Entertainers and All Had
a Good Time.
About 200 Granger* from all over the
There waa no day of the year wo gen Christmas Tree dl Bdptlst Church.
erally. pnrrtr-ulnrly anil joyously «-ele-
county were preaenl at the Pomona
A ChriatiiiAM tree and an ewlleiil pro*
brated In the Mohawk valley by tbe
< i range meeting held ^Cleone hecember
early Dutch wet Ilers ami l>y tlieir de , grain went to make the Chrietinaa gath
18. The Grang**« orGreaham, I ba k
Our Assortment ol
acvmlantw aw New Ycsr'w, ami wliru ering at the Greeham BapliH church
wood, Ruamdville and Kawtern Star were
Railway suspended operations but
Jail ami tlnreiit met Itjlw-rtje and Bn lout TucMiay evmiftg (('hrialinaa eve,)
glelje early on n bright, frosty New <> ih * of the tnoml iiMMiiorabh' event« of Special Car of Students and! especially ««n represented.
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lir i, -v
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thr>e <-sndidates were initiated into the
Y cur's morning tbe religious a ml some it* kind ever h«*l«l in Gr<**lmin« Iteepite
of All Kinds are On Hand
Friends Art Well Treated by -,,1,.),.^,.
what formal greeting was when put
is still doing business at the old stand.
the ini lem«*nl weather a gofally crowd
Fresh, Pure and at Right
Opponents — Shouts of Boys Two bountiful dinner* were *erve«l.
Ohl-fashioned Baked Pork and Beans to order Saturdays
"I wish yon a happy New Year wm * present.
Wake the Slumberers.
h‘- *‘n srsrut
After in vocation by Timothy Brou n*
lam* may you live. Mu<-b uiay you
IDO hail Ireen spread in the Ail Goods fresh
H. P. HATCH, Proprietor. Powell St., Gresham. Ore
give ami happy may you die mid lu- hill, the (irmbam Symphony orchratra
( lower ball and fairly groaned under thei
berlt the kingdom of lien ven by nml rendered an rxrellrnt M?lfc*lion which
A special car conveying about M 1 load of go<»l things. During tire inter-
wm followed by aungw and recitation* by members and friends of the Gresham iiiimioo between dinner and the evening
' have just installed Horseshoeing Stocks, and am
The propnralioM for tbe b'ew Year's
• OINV 1 IWllk-V now prv|>ared to sh<M- the most vicious as well as
•••••••••••••••••••••••••s hospitalities were begun by tile moth member* of the Sunday school and oelcc* high school, left Gresham about 0:15 session, the young people amused them-
■ Ilona by the orcheatra.
the gentle horse. I have also a modem forge, tiae setting machine and other
Mast Friday evening for Parkplace selves with games of ail kinds, dancing
ers am! their diKigliters frequently as
up-to-date t«x4-> ami machines which, with additional help, places us in a
When it wmn announr«*<l that it waa where the Gresham and Parkplace , ami music. After the evening session
•••••oeeeeoeeeooeeoeeeoeee sooti >■ the Hrst frost ami snow made
to do g«s»i blacksmithing on short notice. Vehicltxi paint.-d.
for Nanta ('la ill to make hi* ap- high sc Ins > I debs tin.- teams were to con a special car conveyed the visiting mein-
Barber Shop'• their apiH-arauce. for there was much ' I time
Powell Street. G resham , O regon
test for district »Upr, macy and a place la-rs to their homes.
Tohe.rUI * work
of alt klt.d.
“ and * • to lw done to l>e ready on the joyous
nau-kl> lion.- 11.<<.r. honed ami |-«rt hi
day. New Year's cakes, rich and de I eagerly turn«*I toward* th«* door.* lie on the state high school dr-lrating
■MW ItSRl 'loor <oi.,..l,ar» Howl
llcloiia (some of the deecrmtaiita of 1 aurprie-i| them by slipping in nnawarra league."
excellent program. During the afternoon
Itobert H. Childers, Prop.
Frederick Neibduer Departs This Life •
the early Dutch boiiaek«-|H-rs make j and standing in llteir midst. After.up-
Th<-subject was, “Resolved, that the .Mrs. Kronen berg favored the audience
*'erinlemling the distribution of prevents
Frederick Neibauer, who departed
— REPAIRING A SPECIALTY -
the same aucleut dies a ml stamps that ami esmly ami nuts ami a hearty hand- United States aenatois should be elect
Evening Star Grange will entertain at this life Dec. 14, 19of, was born in Ger- (
All Work Guaranteed.
. «bake, lit- continued on his way, leaving
For Special Bargains in Watchea, See
The car arrived at Parkplace station ' the next Pomona meeting.
about the size and shape of a mau's
the children ami growu-ups with num
completed bis apprenticeship and be-,
hand and less than half as thick, were
at 7:30. After a weary tramp through
came master workman and mill-right
made by the bushel laisketful literal- | erous gifts of all kinds.
mud ami water the welcome lights of
and soon purchased a grist mill of bis
ly. It was not unusual for the hoa-
the achoolliotise were seen, causing
Hard Times and Leap Year.
H. W. E.MERV. Prop'r
atchmaker and jeweler
pltable Dutch housewife to give from
Gn shdm Methodists Keep Christmas such enthusiastic yells as only the
lire to six hundred cakes to t|je chil
At the age of 25 years he married Miss
' Old maids will have their innings at
x 191 Morrison St.,
In the? M v II km I im I rburrb the <‘hri*t*
dren who called lirfore the msm hour.
Ro«-kwm>d next Tueaday evening The Regeona Friewr and after a gixd many
The early rising by the boys and glrLs, I inn« »*n<*r<*i*« M and dreorathma were uf a was fully repaid for the long walk by
PORTLAND, - - OREGON
which a proper observance of the day 1 high «»rdvr. The attendance wa* large the welcome received at the school.
Near Fap** Restaurant.
The Gresham delegation was very ' luriiisli tl>e opportunity after midnight, king, ami in 1866 he left for America.
demanded. Is equaled In oifr day by the i and never a a* nil audience In'tier
For SADDLES, H ARNESS ami AI L
j for leap year will be there leaping ami ' where be could enjoy its freedom. He
early rising on the Fourth of July.
| plvMM'd with a ('briHtma* entertain*
the women will lie the bosses of tbe oc- j landed in Fondo'ac, Wis., in the same
There was one old maiialou tn the
incut. Two farg«* tret*a( beautifully fairly ringing with tlieir yells. Prof 9 casion. If any rusty old batch or timid I year and worked in the suh and door
Molinwk valley that was particularly
All KH k U Repairing qnlrkfa «lot»*
notable for Its hospitality (not only on de< «»rut«*d an«i luadvd w ilb present*, him of college day* when they were young gallant needs any assistance there and blind factory. He bel«t the position
New Year's day, but upou all occa iM’lwren then iu the background a large
(JUST I.ARSON, Prop., Gresham
accompanied by their •'r<x>t-rs.” on I will be a committee to help him face tbe I of foreman for nine years.
sional and gissl times. It stood ami Is ^wigwam of c«*dnr bougha, were (be
ordeal. If some old maid can provide I Finally he liecame tired of working for ,
■till standing on the estate of Alexan principal decoration*.
Veterinary Surqeon and Dentist <
a welding as a surprise there will be a wages, and on May 18, 1875, be left lor t
After an interesting program the
der Lindsey Glen and waa name.1 by
Two hii*kv Indian* in ¡mint and
reception ami sup|>er for her all at the Oregon ami settled down on 165 acres of
him In lilAU Kcotla In memory of the !
t • ndd**4 to the fun. and later a idebate waa opened by the Gresham
30 Years Experience
wild land six miles east of Gresham and
expense ol the grange.
hind of tils birth. The children started real live r*<nta <’lau* api’eared.
| team consisting of Mary Hansen-. Har
Operations a Specialty
- Everyone is invited to come in old
on their rounds at sunrise and went
E xami nat ions JFree
Tin* *ong* and rvcitatioiifl by the ley Turner and John Hhattuck. Mary clothes. At 12 o'clock the ladies will dore and Ralph, to make a home. In :
from house to house lustily pounding
cbil<lr«*n and young people, the mu*k* Hansen making the opening ad-iress in t
with the great Iron or bran knockers.
take charge and evening dress will be 1*<.<3 he found lie was not able to rua
PRONE PARMER Stt. '.Phone_<
1 a clear, convincing manner.
The llttleat ones shouted, "Happy New by the choir and *ong by l*r. II. H. <>lt,
' resumed. Tickets, includingsup|>er, fl. the place any longer, and sold it to his , Promptly Attended to.
M'alter Bailey, Otto Purcell and
OFFICK in Gr«*h«m Hotel.
Year for a cake!" but the older ones wen* alm<»*t perfect and elicited hearty
sons, who are living on the place at the
Arthur Me Annuity debausl on the neg- '
refrained from so far giving them ! praiae.
present time, but still bis ambition : GRESHAM,
selves away by leaving off the Inst
Over ■J.’k* pre*4*nt* were planed on the ative side for Parkplace and deserve
aroused bun until the end. He is sur-,
three words It waa not at all an un- treoa and all the little folk* were given much credit for the way they handled
vived by the following children; Ralph
usnal occurrence for three or four geticnio» *ack* of candy and nut*.
their part. Espr-iel niyntion should I .Miss Elisabeth Ann Smith was born ‘ Neibauer. Theodore Neibauer, Mrs. F.!
hundred cakes to tw given to the boys
I m * made of the manner in which Ar- I
18:19. At the age <>t about 12 she move«! Thompson of Portland, Mrs. Cbas. Lin- 1
(Continued on Editorial page.)
Christmas Cantata al Troutdale, thur MeAnnulty delivered his impres with her parents to Green county. Mo. coin of Seattle and Mrs. W. C. Grieves
At the age of 22 she was unit«*«f in I of Oregon City.
('hrifttina* wa.« <>lja<’rve<l in a very fit-
With strong perseverance he 'ought
It was evinced from the first and the marriage to William Hicks, who 18
Fir»ter and IJevortitor
ting inaunur in Troutdale. The Mumiav
nature of the subject that every point months after was killed in the war. One I the battle of life ami has entereil into
Mch«M>| and th«* | ul»li<* school joined in
gamed would la- stubbornly contested •on was horn to the union. In 1873 she bis reaU
prvparing th«* pn»grarii w hich consulted
by the opposing side, but the- Gresham - came to Oregon and was united in mar
of a cunt ata ‘'('hrfattna* in Jupan’* by
team immediatly arose to the occasion riage to Jay Phillipi>s, who died May 10,
tin* chil«lrt*n, which was t**p«*cially well
Mrs. Sarah Chikote Dies Suddenly Saturday evening a large new sale
ami with a few facts fro n history con- I lHIO. Jo this union was born one
remlewd and allowed very careful train*
The death of Mrs Sarah Chilcote oc was moved into Lewie Shattuck’s store
n<*cted with the times of Uxiay by liar- i(l daughter. On March 24. 1891, she was
ingon th«* part of the teacher« of the
ley Turner, and a strong argument of I united in marriage to W. O. Cathey. curred. Saturdav evening, Itec. 21, at to replace the one broken into by bur
Th«» little folk* were
the most convincing facta delivered by ( She passed quietly away at her borne her home in Pl«*asant Valley. Her glars on Friday morning. Fortunately
j <lrt**Med in Japanese cot*tutu«** and little
John Shattuck, main convinced the near Gresham, Dec. 11, 1907, at 4 fCin. death was caused by heart failure and the safe was insured.
i Walter Belt recitetl n poem, coinp«»«<*d
she passed away very suddenly. She
doubting ones that Gresham was not
Mias Jennie Johnson was visiting rel
She Vvas converted in early life and
i by hlniaelf. Little Walter, who is only
was 67 years of age.
to I m * caught unawares. then Hark j Sinitvtl with the Baptist church.
atives and friends in Cedarville recently.
nix year* old, mh * iu * to have a great tal
J. H. HOSS
The funeral services were hekl from i
Turner arose snd delivered the master 181«) she united with the Free Metho
ent for writing verses and often amuses
stroke of the evening. In aloud clear dist church, of which she was an accept the Pleasant Valiev church on Mondaÿ I
■ l»i* parent* and friend* by tbe little
forenoon. Interment took place at
voice he stafNI and proved facts that able niemlier until her death.
‘ ( mm ' iii * he writ«»* afauit commonplace
Multnomah cemetery. l>ecease«l is sur
were damaging to the negative side.
She had beer failing in health for
' thing* which happen at home or *chool.
This was the closing remark ami a few about one year toward the close of her vive«!, by five sons. William, Wilber ami '
n full line •lrv**v<l and *u»ok* j Mr*. I.. A Harlow sang a *<»lo and the minutes were given the judges, who
Earl, who reside in pleasant Valley, I
; EVERY HOUSEWIFE ¡; Carrion
life. Paralysis set io. after which she
choir rendered an anthem. The cven-
txi meat* <»( all kinds.
Frank, of Arleta, Charles, of Montana
were, Prof. R. A Thomas, Mr. Bro
- I- looking for <1- |»-mlal>le (lour. < -
gradually failed. She suffered little
It is the stnff >>( IM* tl..... ..... }
and one daughter, Mrs. Annie Gilbert,
naugh, of Portland, and John W. Loder
Freeh f ish I very Friday
and gave testimony of a bright hope
. the Xma* tree and distributing the
thing ne<-> «.ary Im g-»«l l-r> ml < ,
who is living in Missouri.
of Oregon City, to baud in their dec is-
for ths future.
1 ami gissi hr-'iiil k> >-ps John's fix«-
g«Mid thing* among the children.
I tressed Poultry every Saturday
’ stranilo iiii -I brings n nmtMitad I i
She leaves a husband, one son, Win.
CARD OF THANKS
We buy Beef, Veal. .Mutton, Ilogs
, .imi.- and ■ full rtomnch to tlu- ( >
When it was announce«! that the llicks, of Forest Grove an«i a daughter,
- little Talks.
Sunday Schools Unite dt Fairview. judges had handed in tlieir decision Leona Pliillippe, of Gresham to mourn We wish to express our heartfelt
Cupid I'lour ami good bread ' ’
thunks to the many friends and neigh
< ; i X i: IS A TRIAL
The Christmas exercise« given in the 'audit would then be given out, all her loss.
, are wynonoiinis. Il you want gissi <>
bors who gave us their sympathy dur
’ bread buy Cupid Hour. For sale 1 1
were still, anxiously awaiting results.
SIMMS & 1IA.MII.1UA>. Props.
Great was Gresham’s enthusiasm from the Baptist church ef Gresham, by ing the rwent illness of our father, Fred
' evening were listened to by a large num
■ • i >. \V. ME TZGEK 1
ber of parents and friends of the chil when they announced two for affirm Rev. S. F. Pitts. The hotly was taken
Mas. G rieves
Sole agent for Gresham.
dren. The Methodist Sunday school ative and one for the negative.
to Forest Grove for interment.
M rs . I- ixcolx
M rs . T hompson
united with the Presbyterian. The
R alph N eibaver
- program was furnished by the Public cheers for Parkplace snd great was the
T heodore N eibaver
i school and was very well rendered. A ! response. It was followoi by the vic-
Winter Chautauqua Assembly.
;i For Sale,
Christmas Indian song by six boys, in J tory yell, after which refresnients were
At the Methodist church on Saturday
Indian costume, a “Chinese Christmas" j served in an adjoining room.
I ♦«» arm in cultivation ; »c»«»d
evening, Jan 4, the Robley Quartet w ill
' * family orchard ; two7*r«»oiii hou**-
The car left at 10:30 p. m. on tne re
song, by girls in costume, three tab
give an evening of mirth. On Momlav
«•*; on«« hounf« well furniehetl: nil
leaux, “The Three Wisemen," "The turn trip.
evening, Jan. 6, Col. Sobieski, the noted
( > kind* of farm implement*, tbreeh-
Call up Farmers Phone 311! Order Holiday Goods Here !
Gresham will debate another scluwil
Mother and Italie" and "Santa Clans'
1 ’ ing machiue, enailage cutter, trac-
Polish speaker, will lecture on “Ten
tion engine ; water pip<N| io honuc
Visit,” were special features of.the pro some time in January.
Our store is small but it is crowded these days with Good
Years in the United States Army". On
FLOUR and FEED at Portland
i > and barn ; hot and «-old water in
gram. The program closed with a dis
Goods and Good People. There are "Holdups” but not here.
Tuesday evening, Jan. 7, the famous
' ' every ronin ; 8 mileato R. R sta.;
tribution of gifts to the children by old , Orland Zeek, formerly the Pleasant Meneley Quartet will give an entertain
' ’ good stream t iro pine«*. Iltl.OHO.
Think what a nice gift an Edison Phonograph and Records would be!
< i - Santa Claus ami his assistants.
Home blacksmith, is now a resident of ment. with impersonations by Chester
We are headquarters (or these and many other things you need.
ulreaham, having moved his household Rickets, also l>eaiitifiil musical chimes.
Aqent Oreqon fire Relief Association
Christmas Exercises at Section line. goods and family here this week. The Season tickets lor adults 75 cents,
The Christmas exercises of School
i until Mr. Zeek can build on his lots in
No. 2H were held on Tuesday af
RENEW SUBSCRIPTIONS BEFORE JANUARY 1ST
Read the want ads on last page.
ternoon. A large tree, handsomely dec
orated, utood in one corner of the cozy
schoolroom w lii* opposite waa a life-size
picture ol Santa Claus. Ou a table were
j a number ol mysterious parcels which
attracted the attention ol the little ones.
Alter the exercises the presents were
ANV are making Reaolntion* for the New Year, have resolved to la'
distributed and Mrs. Buckley, in behalf
more «-«-onomic, to keen an accurate account of ex|«enditiires
»(the scholars, presented the teacher,
and ace if they cannot nave a neat little sum Inhl up nt the end of
Miss Ethel B. Gilman, with a handsome
the coming year. To accomplish thia there nh<>ul<l In- a
ly bound copy of Bryant's poems, as a
RF.AOLVTION TO START nA BANK ACCOUNT,
tribute of their love and appreciation of
| her efforts to make the hours spent in
Nothing will aid quite so much in showing a neat Imlance on tire right
I the schoolroom happy and instnitcive.
aide of the hook at the end of the year.
Miss Gilman has succeeded in winning
The first month in the new year is n good time for everyone to
much praise for efficient teaching and
right and tn a good time to resolve to stmt a bank account. It not • »lily
1 the rapid advancement of the pupils is
leads to prosperity and comfort but innnrea nolirirty, economy and thrift.
iAo«t gratifying to the Isiard and patrons.
The DOLLAR SAVED, not the dollar spent, lends to pnwperity anil
1 In a few well chosen woixis she thanked
independence. The wisdom of saving money is admitted even by the
the pupils for the gift as beautiful as un-
most thoughtless spendthrift, but it Is so much easier tn s|s-nd money
than to deny ones self trifles that they drift along tin* cotime of the least
The home Bakery
0. W. METZGER
Watches and Jewelry
: Livery, Feed &. Sale Stable
Fred D. Flora
TRY Gresham Harness Shop
H. B. HUXLEY
EXPRESS No. 1
Gresham Meat Market
BORING CHOP MILL
:: J. H. Chalker
New Year Resolutions
Lntertdinmcnt at Poweil Valley.
The Powell Valley school Chaiatmas
entertainment wan held Friday evening
Decamber 21) and wan a great suceaaa.
There was a good attendance by both
young ami old ami a good time was en
joyed by all.