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GRESHAM. MULTNOMAH CO., OREOON, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9. 1908.
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SECOND ANNUAL FAIR
A GRAND SUCCESS
Will Take Weeks to Tell the
Whole Story—Items from
ting a lol ol credit lor their Ana trull
A Imo I >MMI peopl» attend»! Il»» Fair
yesterday. A big day 1» looked lor to
day and th» biggest dav Haturday.
New Pastor favordbly Received.
Rev. M It. Parounagian. the new pas-
tor <d th» Memorial Methodist Church,
. Iw-gan hia work inGresham laat Bunday
Th» formal o|«nmg of th» ftacond An
. undi-a very favorable condition». The
nual Grange Fair ami Feetival took
j rally »lay einrciae» in the Hundav M-hool
plat-» Tuewlay al naan under most fa
I brought out an attendance ol 122
vorable au»|«lc»». Th» opening day was
Following the communion »»rx ice the
retiring ¡»aator, Dr A. Thompson, in a
lew fitting word» s|»,ke of the peat year»
Master of th» Mat» Grange Austin T
the pleasant friendship» and achieve
Huston and Mate Lecturer J J. John-
ment». then iulnaliiccl the new pa» tor.
■ >n w»rv »sell on hand Tuesday ailh a
i The |ia»tor'» remark» were very favor
ably received and at the clo«e. the large
numlH-r prerent extended a very hearty
Th* Multnomah County and Grange welcome to the lawlor and hi» family.
Fair Association rloard up ite business
In the evening there wa» special
Tuesday and turned over to th» new | music and a very impressive and inter
Iirange Fair Aaam-iation ♦ 44'».
esting sermon by the new parlor.
Rs*. Paroiinagian wa» l«irn in Ar-
Al out 500 people attended the open menta but educated for the ministry in
Ile ha» a winning man
ing, nearly 3Ul more than last year.
ner, a direct and clear utterance which
promises tor him a large usctulm-»».
The ball gam» did not com» off on j
w-lisduled lime Tueadav. the Canby ,
team tailing to »bow up, but in thej
afternoon Cagle Creek and Gresham'
twilled to the tune of II to ft.
For the ,
Aral ala innings it luok»l like it would ’
b* a »hui-out with a score of H to u, but ;
Eagle Creek rallied and ran In five
scores making It a very exciting gam».
¿J ori . J
JUDGING IN PROGRfSS:
Interest at Its Height in the
Competition for Prizes at
the Big Exhibition.
J F. Wiara-a, Hu perin tendent
E. J Latin. Judge
L. 1). Elliott, Montavilla. 1 ck, 1-8ckl,
2 Iren, 1-3-3 pallet, I pen.
ability to judge of lit« <p>aliu«a of var
ious breeds of live stock.
Building s conventant, ecooouucsd,
oHiifortable poultry stieii is deserving of
F. K. Wisnrer, Gresham. ] ck, 1-3
much thought ami investigation
try growing ia daily becoming more im-
blms a. aei> iiatta bamtahs
All Its Departments ol Imme portant. It used to be thought that it
F. K. Wismer, Graeham, 1 ck.
was a losing busmen» oo th« cowatv Ke-
diate Practical Value to the
cent espenence prove« to the contrary.
at'rr «. has T ams
Th« qu««tion of proper taiildings and
<'arpanta staples, Portland, 1 ck, 1 ckl,
feed is worthy ot study.
I 2 hen, 1-2 pullet, I pen.
It naevi to 1« tlwmght that a chicken
»LACK C. HAYTAM»
Not the least important of eiluca- could tak« care of itoelf after it got a
Chris tiesme, leute, 1 ck. I hen, I
0. A. C. WORKING TO
AID THF FARMERS
Windle Bros, Lasts, 1 ck, 1-2 ck), 1-2
ben, 1-2 pullet, 1 pen.
kAaasn r. ma n
M J. Myers, lent», 1 ck, 1-3 okl,
1-3 ben. 2-3 pullet, 1 pen.
’1. E. Staples, Portland. 'J ck. 1 pullet. 8. F Ball, Arleta, 1-2 ckl. 1-2-3 gullet.
st rr r. hike
I. E Staples, Portland, I ck, 1 ben.
Wondlo Itroa., lente. 1 ck, 1-2 ckl, 1-2
whits cuts a ueesb
pullet. 1-2 lien. I pen.
F. K. Wismer, Grisham, 1 ckl, 1-2
s F Smith, Montavilla, 3 ekl, 2 pen. pullets.
E W. Ellrud, lent», 3 pul let.
SLICE S. I Mil A nr ex«
F. K. Wismer, Gresham, 1 ck, 1 pallet,
Wrirdle lira»., lente, 1 ck, 1-2 hen.
a. c. a. I. asns
Wendle Hriw , Lento, 1 ck, 1-2 hen.
Cbris Geaenne. Lento, I ck, 1 ckl. 1-2
Calkins F. Yards, Lenta, "2 ckl.
ben. 1-2 juillet. 1 pen.
D. S. Person, Turner, Ore., 2 ck, 1-2-3
pullet, I ckl, I pen.
Chris Ge»nne. lent», 1 ck, 1 ckl. 1-2
a. comb a. t. ari>s
hen. 1-2 pullet, 1 pen.
T. M Mensland, Cleone. 1 ckl.
s. E Suiith, Montavilla, 1 ck, 1-2 ck),
1-2 lien. 1-2 pullet, 1 pen.
Ms». M osti vsn, Mas. S psi - lkt ,
Potato yeast bread. 1 Mr». Julia Htev-
•nr, 2 Mrs. A. Wilkinson, 3 Xelie Wirts.
Steamed brown bread, 1 S. K. H.
I. E. Staple», Portland, 2 ck, 1-2 hee,
Coffee cake, I Nellie Wirts.
1-2 pullet, 1 pen.
Graham bread, 1 Mrs S. F. Ball, 2
Wiadl» Bros , lent». 1 ckl.
Baking powder biscuit». 1 Mrs. A J.
Windle Bret,, Lento. 2 ekl.
Stoat. 2 Mrs. John Clanahan. 3 Nelli»
L. 1» Elliot. Montavilla, 1-3 ckl. 1-2-3 Wirts.
pullet. 1 pen.
Loaf cake. 1 Mr». Saylor Smith.
Layer Cake, 1 Mrs. Saylor Smith, 2
D. N Nash, Woodlawn, 1 ck, 1-2 ben Mrs. S. F Ball
Chocolate layer cake, 1 Mrs Elliott, 2
1-2 pullet, 1 pen
Mrs. A. Wilkinson
Bl. ACE WTAXtrOTTES
Angle cake, 1 Mrs. A. J. Stout, 2 Mrs.
F. K. Wigmer, Grreham, 1 ck, 1 ckl. I
H. L. Waatell.
1-3 hen, 1-2 pullet, I pen.
Deviled cake, 1 Mrs. H. L. Waatell.
1.. E. Elliot, Montavilla, 1-2 pullet.
The annual meeting of th» stockbeld
era ol the fair aasocialion waa held ;
Wednesday afternoon al
waa made by the secretary o’ tli» gener
al financial condition ol ths association,
though a deliolle statement couki not be
II waa decided that lit» direct
ora now acting should retain their posi
tions another year
ailVSS l.AlSU WYASnOTTSS
Tbe program given by th» lente
Grange on Tuesday evening was highly
commanded by many.
Attention is du« th» dvpartmsul of
Many vsry fin» eihibila bar» been
mad» and several loan'» for the public
b»ne*t occupy good places.
thin» who have meals loans appear the
usm»s of C. E. S Wmai, Fred Merrill, -
and < *r»goa School of Art.
The largest apple on exhibition, Id*,
inches around, wa» grown on Beaver
creek, being one inch larger in circum- i
fereuce Ilian the lug Sandy Valley ap
The entertainment given laat night by I
the «resham grange was well attended.
F.verv number wa» encored.
John Townsend gid Ural prize on lii»
Main Buildings of O. A. C.
FIRST STATE BANK
G PEI SM AM, OPEL. '
I(i'l»ir1 of condition at cl,»«- of lutsimw, Wevlncailay, S-pt. Affli, IK>s—
I t OAWB AMI« DlmvU'MTW,
R umini AMD Hm't’RiTire.
B aneimvi Hot hr AMIl FintXITl UK,
D tk rnoM Rtraava B ane ,
C ash ,
L IA HILI TIES
SfÌH'E Pvtll IM,
D rm ami »' i 'ttitTiiu Ars:»,
T ime C esti hi ati »,
that giren over by the clasae» in agricul
tural science, to the first hand study of
farm products and live stock. One of
the beat opportunities a young man or
woman can have now-a-days is to have
the privilege of com|ietent instructor»
along with illuetrative work of this kind.
The state of Illinois ha« increaee>l the
fattening qualitiea of its corn A0 per
cent, or over by ju«t such a method. ,
Claas room inspection and comparison
of different varieties of corn dev«lo|ied a
basis ot selection that brought the re
sults. Ilow can a man know anything
about an animal’s merits unlere he
knows how to judge its defect«. Here
ere two pictures which nur agricultural
college is offering the young men of the
GIRLS UNDER 3d YEARS.
Potato yeast bread, I Arlie Gibba, 14
rears; 2 Helen Metsger. 9 years.
Load cake. 1 Carlyn Wirts, 14 years;
Windle Bro«., Lento, 1-2 ck. 1-2 ekl. |
Layer cake, 1 Isabel Metzger, 12
I-.* pullet. 1-2 hen, I pen.
Baking powder biscuit, 1 Lnciel John
svr» oai-t motons
Windle Bros, Is-nto, 12ck, 1-2 ckl.
1-2 ben. 1-2 pullet.
Th« l»< tawing rontr«t * m a failure
I mmuk ' lliarr hit »» noentrlva.
tional work of th» agricultural college is late
F. K. Wismer, Gresham, 1 ck, I ckl,
1-2 hen. 1-2 pallet, I pen
The straight furrow plowing contest
will be lielal Saturday at 3 p. m. Tbe
plow is the peins. Hoys from 17 to *21
have a chance to win a fine Oliver
E. Coleman and E. I*. Smith are get- I
Poultry Plant at State Agricultural Coflege
Graven»tein apple, I A. I.. Maybee, 2
J. H Honk, Portland, 1-3 3 hen. 1-2-3
pullet, 2-3 ck. 1-2 |>en.
King of Thompkins Co., I E. Coleman,
I*. .1. Culv, Gresham, 1 ckl.
2 Preston Bro»
■ c. whits i . buhohn «
Northern Spy, I Paul Spillman, 2 No.
Calkins P Yanis, Lents, 1-2 ck, 1-2 325». ,
ckl, 1-2-3 hen, 1-2-3 pullet, I pen.
Spiftenberg Esopus, 1 A. L. .Maybee,
X. C. and E. II Westerfield, Milwau 2 A. I- Maybee.
Yellow Newtown, 1 P' J. Kelly.
». <. hrow n i niHonvs
Keil Cheek Pippin. 1 P. J Kelly, 2
E. E. Baker, Troutdale, 2ck. 2 pen. 1 Paul Spillman.
Rosbury Kussett, 1 E. Coalman. 2 E.
F. K Wismer, Gresham, 3 ck.
Beurre Clargeau pear, 1 E. Anderson,
II. II Greer. Hillsboro, I ck, 1 ekl. 2
2 E. Coalman. _
lien, 1-2 pullet 1 pen.
Fall Butter, 1 P. J. Kelly
Win teraNellis, 1 P.J. Kelly, 2 Preston
It. II. Greer, Hillsboro, 2 ckl.
1. E. Maples, Portland, 3 l\en.
VicET Wakefleld. 1 E Anderson
X. (’. and E. II. Westerfield^ Milwan- ,
kee I hen.
(Continued on last l>age.)
an op.n-taiity to acquire tbe
Perhaps it will.
will yield more ami better returaa if it
lias a goal, clean ratal, proper nestings,
goal food and pure water.
we observe in tbeoe cots ia that they
suggest small coops.
Small coops pre
vent crowding, ere easily ke|H clesn and
free from vermin, and they are inex
sided up snd white
washed inside they are very comGvrtable
Tbe next group of pictures show the
various buildings of tlie institution de
voted to class work.
Agricultural hall ia a stone building
(Continued on Editorial page.)
NEW LINE OF
ii Fall and Winter Shoes
Men’s, Women’s and Children’s, Latest Styles and Lasts
F. B. STUART & CO.
THE PEOPLES’ C ASH STORE’»
\\’E want to call your attention to the fact that we are receiving each day our fall and winter goods. The season is fast
»' approaching and you will begin to look for the articles of wearing apparel.
Call and see our assortments.
Something new in this
lin,.. They must be
fetes, alltatrosH and wool plaids.
All new goods
and the prices are attractive.
Riblivd wool underwear and ca«»im«rv hosiery,
for men, women and children.
seen to be appreciated.
FMITTCn UVCAD *,'u" bne of
RnllldJ nCAIl knitted wear.
substantial» in high cutsand regular tope.
in shawls, call and see them.
Just receive,! our fall stock of
ruhlier goals for wet weath
er, comprising men’s, women’s and children’s rub-
ta-rs, men’s and boy's tamts in knee and hip lengths,
ruhlier shoes, just the thing for thuae dairy barns
where it ia eventually wet underfoot, gum coats of
all ii'iigtha, also a full and complete line of the
eelt-bratsd Aqua|ielle Water Proof Clothing.
"CiotMl* nf Quality"
A car load to arrive in about two weeks
Our fence is the best that
WINTER SHOES X7XÎ* Sums good
is made and
price is lower than inferior fence.
fence where the price ia right and stock always
on hand in any quanities.
8ee us for furniture, stoves and
and house furnishing
Our prices are the lowest and goods
gEE OUR DISPLAY
superior in quality.
SHOT GON SHELLS
At the Fair
Get your shell« where you can get them right.
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