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EAVER STATE HERALD
O re j
WIZENS AND SOLDIERS
OBSERVE Mí MORIAL DAY
lint* (lass Gradudtcs dt Orient.
JUNE 5, 190«.
GRESHAM BAND BOYS *
WILL BUY UNIFORMS
1’opuldr Youmj Couple Wed
INSPECT RICH MINES
IK) YOU KNOW
TI m * grutlGRtinK ex^rriM’« of the Orient
A very pretty wedding occurred at the
public m *I»« ni I were held in th«« W.O.W.
' Catholic church on Tuesday, May %,
The Republican National conven-
hall, Tliunwlay night, May JNlli, and
ti«»n meet« in Chicago June iti.
j th, contracting parties being Henry
were *\dl at tended The following are
Th<* Democratic convention
Perret, a popular young husineea man
timet« in Denver, July 7.
Muster Roll ol M. A. Ross Post the graduate«: Ida I.ar»eii, George The Giants Hold Montavillans
Well - Drilled and Organized of riandv and Miss Anna Kliegel, the ea- Go Junketing to Baker City
Oregon i« entitled t«* eight dele
Andvraoiu Irene Douglaa», Harlow
U-emed daughter of A. Kliegl of Kelso;
at Gresham Shows Strong
Down to Nothing Until
Mines Where the “Yellow
18-Piece Band, Free From
gate« to each of the»e conven
|N»ugla«M, Adda Calvin, Lmiia ILal«*,
The groom was attended by his broth-
Post and Relief Corps.
Stuff” Waits for Man.
Eunice K«>ork, IVter Ijtraen, Hazel
Ier, Arthur Perret and the bridesmaid
Elector» are voted on the firwt
Harris, I »■on Hal**, Minnie Mhriner,
was Miss Marie Kliegl. Rev. F. Bercb-
Tuenduv after the Hrat Monday in
Win Wbi*eler, Helen Brower, Elmer
The Gresham Giants annexed anoth
D. M. Roberta and wife, Lewis Shat
The Gresham Concert Imnd is mak tol performed the ceremony according
The Memorial Day rterriers held in Bankua.
Elector» im*et at the alate capi-
er victory to their record laat Sunday
to the rite, of the Catholic church.
tuck and wife and Ed Mleret and wife
in the G realism Hup lint church la»t
Dr. A. Thompson addressed the class when they defeated the Villas of Mull-
A large number of relative,and friends returned last Friday from a week’, trip
uary ami vote by ballot
and the citizens of Gresham have good of the young couple were pt esent at the U j Baker City where Mr. Roberta has
Haturday, under the direction of the and the following program was given tavilla on the home diamond.
The vote« are counted by Con-
reason to feel proud of the land. Al church. After the ceremony the party interest in some mines
M. A. R om Poet, <L A. R , were well Music by the Orchestra; Invocation; Gresham Imtters started the game with
grei*« the tecuud Wedimwlay in
Hinging, "Star Hpangled Banner”; four runs aud right safe hila in the tint
ways on the b m A out for the Iw-wt, the repaired to ths Sandy Hotel where a party had a right go>sl time and re-
attended by ex -aoldirm and citizen«
Welcome Addrees, Geo. Anderson; inning, the Villas getting only one bit
The President i« to lie inau
boy« have rerently added a fine mela- sumptuous breakfast awaited them and ! turne<i very enthusiastic over the out
III «pile of the heavy showers the Essay, Adda Calvin; Instrumental of! Townsend in the same inning At
gurated on March 4, next.
phoiie (alto) to the land. This new ' from whence the newly wedde.1 couple look. It is said that several Gresham
church wa« well
and the program Holo, llrh'ii Brower; ('las. History, the end of the fourth inning the Villas
WHO WILL HE BE?
pirre is played by Fred Fieldhouse. were driven to the Boring station and eituens are interested in mines in this
a new >______
pitcher __ in ___
the box aud held
wa* carried out very nearly as i lannvtL Irene Doiigliow, Recitation, Ixiuia put
Dan Talbot has recently purchased a I took passage for Portland and the Mound vicinity.
The program of «4 »ng» ami recitation« Hale; Muslt*, Orchestra ; t’laas Proph- things down somewhat,
The mine they went to see i, the Car
new trombone and two new members ' cities.
ecy, Eunice Roork; Duet, Ida l»ir»vn. i At the end of the ninth inning the
dinal Quartz mine at head of the fam
have been added recently. This brings
participate »1 in by the children ami
Irene Douglass; 5'aledictory, Ida lar I scon- was II tol in favor of Gresham,
Important Amendments Carried. ous Mtice’s Gulch, about 13 miles from
young people, ami the rouging nuiu la* re
all the home is tlie most vital factor in the number up to lb pieces, making it
sen; Bong; Presenting Diplomas; Class It was a great surprise to the spectators
Baker City. The mines are in course
by th«’ (Irrsham Concert band, were
the making of a community.
Th« the largest land in this vicinity. It is
The return« show that of the initiative
Hong, Music, Orchestra.
i when a Villa man made home in the
greatly appreciated by the audience
home is the foundation of all govern also a strictly self-supporting band, and referundiim questions voted on at I of development. A new strike has re-
The M*hoi>l has been very successfully 1 last half of the ninth inning with two
j cently been made of a vein of free mill
The chairman of the meeting. Rev. T
ment. The children go to church and owning moat of its instruments.
the election'last Monday thirteen car ing ore of decomposed quartz. Our
conducted under the priucipalsliip of j ipen already down
The lw»ya are working faithfully in
J. Elkin, then intnaluc«*«l the «¡wrtkrr
attend school but they live in the home,
The battery of Gresliain was Town-
i citizens have reason to consider this
of the «lay. Rev. Joa. W<« m I, who in a
ft is there that they spend most of raising funds for th«* purchase of suit
Those carried were the following:
| send and Marshall. Wirtz, Skarek and
short addreaa reminded hi« h4arvni of
I their time from infancy to maturity, able uniforms which they rx¡e« l to Gillnetters* Fish Bill. Recall amend, property very promising and think it
Townsend made two-ba*> kite for
will become the new Eldorado of the
ths meaning of the day and the need at
land it is there they are subject to in secure soon.
ment, Statement No. 1 amendment, i West.
The Villas made a double
On June 13th the land will present
present of the same sturdy |>atrioti«m
environment, sn intiuence, a training
Proportional Representation amend
play on second.
wa wa« ahown by those w ho an«wercd
that means their west or their woe. to the public at Gresham the ht »me ment, University Appropriation Bill,
I The Uianta go to Camas, 55vash., Sun
the call to war,
Gresham Athletes Commended.
I>IEI>—Mr» H a rah Clark, agrd tl7, at day to play the Camas bunch.
Wheelmen'» Fish Bill, Port of Portland
At the conclusion of the eXcrvUca the her home «»n the <»l«l Kelly homeatead,
very largely from the home surround ticipated in entirely by members of the Bill, Corrupt Practice» Bill, Grand Jury
speaking of the recent track meet
are confident of victory although the
bwd led the line of march to the rem* on Wolneiulay, June *1. IlKH
ings, and they will in the end reflect land. It is said that there is rnongh amendment. Hood River county Bill, between the Gresham High school and
She wan op|*oaing team is a strong one.
ctery where the graves of soldiers wgre the mother of Frank Clark, who wan
much of what they have found in the
Scattering State Institution» Bill, Nov the Mt. John's High school the St.
ing for a week.
It is a big event.
■trewn with flowers.
well known in thia locality. The burial
The Northwest Gun company's team home. Therefore, the hem*- should I*
ember Election Bill, Sheriff's Prisoner« John's Review «ays:
Three soldier» have answered tin wan in Grcaliam on Friday, following of Gresham defeated the Pleasant a model institution. The home must There will I m * Rast us, the negro cook
“Of course we are sorry that Gresh
Anal call during the year. They are. brief aervirrt •( the I ioukv in Powell Home tail toam*rs on the latter's field be both a church and a school; the par w ith his ever-flap pin’ jaw ; Clancy, the Feeding Bill.
am’s pretty girl, and fine young fellows
Merrill Ball. Lon nso Winters. John Valley. B W. Emery wmm the under last Sunday. The score was six to three ents must lie rest teachers and must be
and his half-witted, bashful son Oby; Bill, Single Tax Bill, Compulsory Pa.» should come over here and carry away
in Gresham's favor. Summary: Pleas constantly leaching; there must be
and the dude, Brayton. These w ill fur Bill, Armory Appropriation Bill, Wom so many of the honors; but there is one
The M A Ro«» Post is doing nicely
ant Home, lames on balls, 4; strikeout,
consolation, they were taken by one of
and a I««» the Women’s Relief Corj»»
the home must be neat, clean and at nish comedy to keep your sides aching an Suffrage Bill, legislator»' Increased
the brightest and nicest aggregations of
The burial of Mn«. Edward«, daughter 0. Gresham, barn on lalls, I ; Iwo las1
with laughter. Add to these, a bank
Tire following are memliers of th«* Post
strike out, I.
Batteries: tractive, and there should be beautiful
young people that lias visited St.John's
of I*. K. William«, look plate iiiGmh- hits, 3;
president, a cashier (who turns out a
J. B. Bates, commander; Geo, Kneir-
G oy . George Chamberlain delivered in a long time ami we sincerely con
am cemetery on Friday, June 6, 190S. (ires ham, Buttler and Liltlv|»age;
w t Norwood J 1
must lie filled with an atmosphere of
lern, S. \
to the citizen« of Gresham on last Fri gratulate them upon the fine showing
Mm. Edward« died at her home in St Pleasant Home, Larsen and Larsen.
a tramp, and the hero, acting as moun
N. I.. Judd, clia|4ain; Henry Kane,
Umpire. Ceci I Jack. Next Sunday the thoughtful earnestness, g<a>! cheer and
day one of thoae little campaign speech they made here.”
M M ;
es which doubtlee« helped to secure for
vice •» at the grave were in vharge of 1»r. <»un com|>any'a team play Troutdale at
brought about, if they are found to ex
tiimlrr, Adjt. , Wm. Perlburg. <>.<».;
him that coveted majority. The gov
A. TIioinpMon. B W Finery had charge Gresham.
Watch for The Herald's Great Sub
J. G. Stephens, J. C. Branham. Joseph ,
ist in all homes, there need be no fear
Cdrison & Henderson s Opening.
ernor dined at the home of Mr. and scription Contest Offer.
of tin* burial.
Grllllis, Fdwani Köpper, , E E. Chip**
Mr«. J. W. Shattuck
Ilcter, <•<»., '
there will be no questions ss to the
CARD <>F THANKS.
(Bv Gn>aug S iiaxtix .I
O. Thouirs. Mile» RI «swing, David
standard of its citizenship. Jdst such store and undertaking parlors by
Wolfe, David Mclatin.
The unde reigned de« in* to vxpreaa (Oralion dsllversd al Grv?hani lllsh Hcboot conditions must Ik' encouraged if we are Messrv Carlson A Henderson, in the
The officor» of tlie M.
their h«*arth-lt tlmnk« to the many ' .onilirlx
to have a community of the highest new building on Main street, this week
Them are four thing» of |iaramount
Thursday and Friday, lias been a great
Corps are. president,
neigh I m » re ami friend« wlio kindly m»-
importance in th, making of a com
Crow ; Annie Butes, S 5
A community advances in wealth and success. On Thursday alone about 150
aiah*d them in their recent bereave
munity—the church, the M-buol, the
ort, J. V.; Clara Kan.',
ment, the d»*ulh of their ton Robert.
increases in population in almost direct |x*rsons registered as visitors. Surprise
public library and the home.
And ratio to its advancemeiibin its churches, was expressed by everyone at the com
Hau Chipman, trva.urcr;
J. R. (' ampmki i .
are still crowded
closely sllied to tlieae four element, are
waod, chaplain; lsabel Ough. l'on. ;
Al < IK C ampbki . l
j its schools, new and improved buildings, pleteness of the stock, the many ele
the character and extent of the local in-
- ■■■ —
Hannah Itond, guanl; Amanda Julin-
sanitation, streets, beautiful lawns, gant pieces of furniture and the well-
duetriee, and the attention given to san trees, parks and so fortn. Gresham is e.|ui|>|Hsl undertaking rooms.
sm, Arn't li . Haiti.'55 iiotell, Patrlotic
itation and to the beautifying of the now an enterprising young town, a Henderson, the new member of the
luatructor; May Kmery, Press Cor.
ZION'S EVANGELICAL ( III RCH. community.
’ town with a promising future; but its Brill, is an experienced undertaker,
Gresham—S ksvi . s» (German), 10:30
The church, since it lias always been
having been with Finley A Sons, Port
a in., every first, (lord and fifth Sun the exponent of civilization, and since it future |>ros|>erity ami standing as a
community «ill de|>eiid on what advan land, for several years, lie is a skill
days of each month. All welcome.
has made possible the »cliool and tages it offer» to people iu oilier and ful embalmer and thoroughly under
BETIIEI. BAIT1ST CHI'RCH, Greah-
am—P astuh . Rev. T. J. Elkin. Baa- other influence, for good, deserve, first less favored climes. Il therefore should stands the directing of funerals.* The Needles. Shuttles and Bobbins for
Vu es, Munday M'hool at 10 a ni.; consideration here and consideration be the purpose of the people of Gresham tine new building and modern stock use in All Makes of Sewing Machines.
Preaching, II a. in. and 7:30 p. in.; always equally with the other chief
and equipment is considered a good
it 5 I' I , 7 p tn . every Bunday. (actors that determine the welfare of a to make thia town as attractive as ;*os-
WHEN IN NEED CALL
MAIN STREET - GRESHAM
sible. They should erect nothing but thing in this growing territory.
Cottage i'iwyer-meetlng on Thursday
we have obtained the following:
The Grcshdm (omeri Band
night. All invited.
sulwtartlial buildings and should make
LINNEMANN MEMORIAL M. E. church i, tlie most beneficisl institution these sightly; they should paint the old
Passemjers Hurl in (dr Wreck.
In th«* Original, Hide-Kplilling,
CHURCH, Gresham—P autow , Dr. A. in a community; (or its mission i, to wi-ather-lieaten buddings, improve the
TIiomiMKin. Mxavi< as, Munday H c I hmi I, inspire and uplift the moral life, and it
The first car out from town on the j
streets, build new sidewalks, new fences
10 a. in,; Preaching at 11 a. m. and
H |>. m. every Munday. Prayer meet is upon th, moral training very largely and paint the old ones . they should cul Troutdale extension took a wild leap ' Good Supply of Fresh Fruit and Vegetables Always on Hand. ' ‘
ing, Thursday evenings at M o’clock. that good citizenship depends, It is tivate nice, beautiful lawns, plant or over the emliankment at it» Troutdale '
through the ohurch that the highest namental trees and shrubbery. These terminus at about 6:20 Tuesday morn
Don't forget that we pay the highest cash prices for yuur produce.
and noblest i, developed in man', na things the people of Gresham should do, ing. All four passengers who are em
BEEF — No. 1 Steers, ♦SI; No. 1 Cows. 4C
ture, and through the church that the courage the establishment of new in ployes of the Union Meat company and
SHEEP —4 to
IN MTTZGIR’S HAU
HtXiS—100 to 17.5 lbs., 8/
I 1M> ONLY FIRST- CLASS < evil and criminal tendencies are elimi dustries here, do all they can toward the conductor were injured but all I
VEAL—7 to 7SI
nated. Hence, a, the church i, necc- the maintenance of a superior school, will probably recover.
AN OPEN AIR CONCERT
i »ary to the maintenance of high moral give a generous support to the church
Dr. Short was summoned and the in- [ ‘ Remember We Have Fresh Fish Every Thursday and Saturday. J J
the public library, and, above all, jured were cared for first at the home of |
standing in the community, it should and
¡ will Its held on ths strsef preced
make the home so nearly ideal that
T. R. HOWITT & CO.
Iw liberally supported and all mankind from the home there could come noth D. F. Buxton and later at their homes 3
ing the show.
Suits Pressed, (ledned and
should make use of the opportunities ing but the very highest product ol or at the hospital. Dr. Short was ably o POWELL STREET
thus offered for their self-improvement. American citizenship.
assisted by Miss Eva Bristol, a trained
Repaired 75c. and up
SEATS NOW SLUING
of im;x>rlance epual to that of the
at the Gresham Drug Store.
Agent for Troy laundry.
'church, and above all others, i, the < ►
Thom* in the car were Louis Kummer,
Dr. Hancock. 5Vm. Ashcraft and O. J. ■
maintenance of good school,,
;¡ Sig Knighton, Prop.
children of the present will soon be the
Jenkins. S>rlsom was conductor and
> Oppo-lte Postoffke, Gresham 1 men and women upon whose fitness
70 ACRES ■ 20 Under Cultivation i [ J. H. Toles motorman. This was the
I • Good House, Barn. Good Well, < '
IS NOW UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
will rest the destiny of the nation, and
motormau's first trip.
they must lie well educated and well
Celebrated Royal Bread and Delicious White Clover Ice Cream
Timber, Finest Soil, Well Drained. J [
trained eo that they mav perform the
Mrs. M orris Milsted of Orient was in
ON ALL WIDE WIDTHS OF
mile south of Gresham < 1
part of the g<Mxl citizen of 20tb century
RELIABLE awn ECONOMIC
town-on Tuesday arranging for a sale
Our line of Pastry is complete aud HOMEMADE
schoolhouse. Price low. Write , >
standard. The common or grammar
at her place on Pipe Line road on June
UNDER TAKING PARLORS
at once or call on
WK WK HOME
All other Hlblsm» at a Reduction
Phone Orders and Reservations given our
18fh. After the sale she will leave with
II. W. KM KRY, l*R<»P
until sold out.
W. B. Turner, Qvmr. ¡: her family for St. Paul, Minn. Mrs.
There must lx* a high school in every
Prompt Attention. Phone, 249.
All call« 5« III receive prompt and
cominnnity. It is during the high
OREGON ’! Milated's husband was drowned in the
B. F. ROLLINS
Carlson Block, GRESHAM.
Re«. Phone 14«
school period of life that the boy and
Sandy river more than a vear ago
tin* girl are passing into the state of
manhood and womanhood respectively,
and thia is the time most favorable for
the training that adds the moat to life's
iOU»T4SE$ Of UHRIMI WOfEU WIRE FERCE OVER RUROJ
equipment. It is therefore essential
Costs lees to get material on the ground.
that there be a well equipped, well sup
Constructed at a very much less cost.
ported, well patronized high school in
Can be taken up and moved without injury to fence.
It lasts five times as long with practically no ex
Cempirtlirt Cut if i tgird Ftact 49 is. High ind in inttricin Wirtn Wirt Ftnct
Another institution with a great in
pense to keep in repair.
fluence for the g<Hx| of the community
of the same height. Around a square field having four sides measuring 1330
MAKE REMITTANCES WITH BANK MONEY ORDERS
Offers no resistance to the wind and does not give
is the public library. The library, like
feet each or one mile of fence, exclusive of construction.
protection for accumulation of anow and weeds.
NOTICE that the people of this vicinity are getting
the church and the school, has for its
Not affected by the weather.
the good habit of coming here for a Money Order when
aim the improvement of both th, moral
Stock doea not meddle with it.
they want to send money away. They used to go to
and the intellectual man. It i, based
4 mi. of boards 1x6x16, 10M0 board ft.
rods, 1*30-12 in. American Fence
The above are comparative prices. See your dealer
<« »12 per M
the Postoffice or an Express Office, but now they know that
(<r 40c per rod
on the theory that no one thing enter,
for further ¡information.
tltk) Posts, 1 foot apart
(« 13c each
W.00 368 Posts, 20 ft. a;>art
the Bank Money order is the best. It costs less. It is
<« 15c each
more deeply into one', character ilian
Wl, ll>s. Md 5Vt<e Nails «t 3c per lb.
4.08 36S» H>«. Staples
absolutely safe and payable anywhere. You don’t have
fit he per lb.
do the books he reads, and the library
10 U m . Fence Staples
8 Braces, 4x4x12
the bother of writing out an application. You get an
fit »12 per M
aMix'iations are kee, ing before the pub
330 lb«. Barlnnl Wire
13.20 330 lbs. Barbed Wire
immediate receipt for the amount of the order you buy.
(<<“ 4c per lb.
lic for the use of the public an abun
If the order is lost, there is no tangle of red tape about
dance of grxxl literalbre—a literature
Total Cost 1 mi. of Board Fence,
As well as all Other Merchandise of
Total Cost 1 mi. American Fence,
recovering your money.
Always cheaper than either
written by the great thinkers, the great
Postoffice or Express Money Orders.
statesmen, the great leaders of all the
THE AMERICAN FARMER has declared American Fence to be the Best
ages. All who believe in the church or
and is backing up his judgment by buving it more largely every year until at the present time
by Lewis Shattuck.
fully SO per cent of the fence Ismght and built IS AMERICAN* FENCE.
in the school must believe in the li
brary; and all who would have the
community make a decided progress,
must rally to the support of the library.
G ffESn AM, ORE..
Broadly speaking, the combined in
‘rwr. rAtfMèwf n ArTK
fluence of the church and the school has
• • ••••••••••••••
OUR PRICES THE LOWEST
F. B. STUART & CO.
FRESH MEAT AND FISH
Hair Cutting and Shaving
FARM FOR SALE
HOME BAKERY RESTAURANT AMD CONFECBOHEBY
PRICES GUT IN HALF
The Notion Store
T° the Consumer
AMERICAN FENCE AND GATES
FIRST STATE BANK