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ORBSHAM, MULTNOMAH CO., OREGON, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 23, 190«.
THE (AIR WON MANY
OLD- TIME StTTLLR
Pli ASANT VALLEY IS
FORGING TO THE FRONT
PASSES TO HIS REST FAVORABLE COMMENTS
TAFT CLUB FOUNDED
MRS. STANLEY DIES
IN GRESHAM FRIDAY AFTER SHORT ILLNESS
Among the private exbibilora were'
Khermaii, Clay A Co. snd Filer's piano I
houses ; lielaival and Munn» A Criesel I
dairy supplies; Carlson A Henderson,
, furniture dealers ; Ciosaett A Devers. C.
< L. Boss A Co., Mitclisll. Lewis A Slaver
Jonsrud Bros., the Butte Bov's Con. M. ■ Capt. Mahone of Portland
t'o, the F. B. Stuart millinery dis
play. and C. L. Crenshaw's display of ;
’ plumbing and toilet supplies, every one
: creilileble exhibits.
John Q. A Hurlburt, ex-Cmintv Sur- | Visitors From Far and Near All
Ad- I.uanna C. Warden was tsjrn in Mis
On Every Hand Building and veyor
and railroail englneer, dien y«s-l
souri, August 13, 1824 and died tX-tober
Spoke Favorably About
Clearing is Going on—Ideal trnlay inorning al 3 o’clock at tbe Imme
21, IfMH, at the home of her son, J. M
<>f bis daiighler. Mrs Waldemar Selon, j
Stanley, ag«sl 84 years 2 mo. and 8 days.
Fruit Section Here.
on the Mllwailkie n>a<l
II» bad lieen '
she was marrie«! to Harris Stanley on
«ick fur sniua time Th» funeral will I m -
lield at Grwaliam un the arrival <>f the
August 13, 1844. He died in Wyoming
■iieeial car, »hieb leaves Portland at I ;
The following ref»ort rovers receipts
At the meeting of Republican voter« 17 years sgo. To them were born ten
I'leasanl Valley, situated three miles o
The following article was written for
’clock Nsturday afternoon.
ripenditurew to Oct. 14th. Much
last Hark'« issue but there were so loans ami
Gresham on the evening of October children, eight of whom, W P. Stanley
•eat ol Gresham, IS experiencing a very
things to tell that tiie office matter waa b I mju I $100 can i*e added to receipts and
rapid and sulsdantial growth at present.
lb, for the formation of a Taft club. of Burnett, Texas; Catherine Harmon
laid ««ide until some <«<-a«iun when
J. M. Stanley of Gresham; James,
Real estate la advancing in value, new.
there uas Iva« to do and more time.
Prof. C. C. Baker was elected chairman and
Albert and J. A. Stanley of Buffalo, Wy;
comers are settling in the valley
It i« not necvwsary U> tell our reader« I Gran«« Fair
and E. E. Marshall secretary of the »1 re. L. C. Cover, of Thermopolis, Wy.,
1 Kxhlbitor'a 7 trkrta
are building and clearing, mailing
in detail ol the plan and displays made (
now in Portland; ami Julia A. Sherard
temporary organization. After a stir : of Thermopolis, are still living.
Rrf'iiar Pai«I Adml«»k»n»
homes and helping u> develop the
at the fair. Moat <>f them attended and Mull < <» an«l Grat»«* Fair A n 442 « >
ring address by Capt. Malione of Port
She rro»se«l the plains from Missouri
the mailer <>f more important interest, Advertiainr In Premium l.i«l
< tOkcs-Mion« *hd Krutauraut
Connected by telephone, rural
land in wlucb he capably dissected the in 1852, living in Oregon twenty y«*are,
the premium list, ha« occupied «o much Knlfe«-«. li, etc
then going to Wyoming, where she had
K«*oeipin from Dane«*
delivery, electric railway ami g*»«l wag
-pare that it will lie ioi|Mj«aible to relate I l.umt»«*r
■ fallacies and inconsistam-ies of Bryan- resided until recently, when she return
for r*•»»<■*•• I»»««
on roads with Gresluim, this valley ia
in full the feature« of the eabibita. The ' Eiertrtc ii«hl«. fonrraaloti«
ism and eloquently ami logicaly ex
Ret nite on tukrla |1 W', phone
in a way to become one ol the richest
horticultural display waa a surprise to
She has Iwen a member of the Meth
tnewasK«’« 1 Ift
pounded Republican doctrine*, the tem odist eboreb for twenty-five years. She
M«»rnip* «it Merry-fremnnd
sections of the state. In many places
rxrry visitor. Not one-tenth of the vis ¡('a«h
rnllrrtesi and held lit
porary organization was made perm had just recently come to visit her rela
w here the dense forest unce held full
itors knew that «ucli fruit could be or tra«i for other«
tive» near Portlaml. soon after which the
sway, man lias erected his house and
and Geo. Kenney and B. W. Em < illness occurred which resulted in her
waa lieing grow n a« waa here on display, Total ('«ah r»*« 'd to Oct. 14.0
converted the land into tielde of gram,
Much credit uan due the superintend
ery made first and second vice presi- death.
Cash Paid Out.
orchards and clover |>asturva The land
ent«, Messrs, Coleman and Smith for W<>rk is grove, R Smith
The funeral was held Thursday at the
idents and Peter Michel, treasurer.
ia very productive, yielding big cru|>a ol
Beptist church, Rev. Psronnagian offici
the taste with which their display was t Meat
Haulm« gravel, C. Merrill
At the call for members to sign the ating. The ceremonies ami luu-rment
hay. grain, fruit an vegetables. Fruit
arranged and the care with which it Axtell A Cree
roll, nine-tenths of the voters present were by Carlson and Henderson.
i Ad««n e to W right A Co Fr't
grown on the farms of J Z. Olsen ami
1 Kefun«l tin entrance fee«
crowde«i forward in response which sup
tins itichey carried of many prises at
Ray Gill*« agricultural department Meyers, oollesiion
plies the club with a gool strong mem
tiie Grange fair this tail,
•flowed up in tine shape. Puukin«? Ye«, Rent of Tenia .................
bership from the lieginning.
, Kagle < reek Lail team
Poultry raising and dairying have be
i and then some.
<■*••»el! «alary and expense«
The crowded bouse which greeted FREE METHODIST CIll RCH —
come very profitable in tiie valley and
The dome«t:c science depart meat was I *d Mankiii, umpiring
Capt. Mahone, who by the wav is a vet
Rev. 8. G. R ohkk . pastor. Services,
several fine |x>ultry farms and acme Ing
very ably handled by Mr« Vail and Mr». | Ticket*
Sunday School, 10 a. ni ; Preaching
Koi Laud My. U A F ’ o
eran of tha S|iaiiish war. having ls*en
dairy larms are seen here. 1.umbering
Weirdie. Preserved fruit, baking, fancy « -\*
every Sunday at 11 a. m. and H p. m.
with Roosevelt at Santiago ten years ago
and logging still holds its pane here ami
Prayer meeting, Thurwlay evening at
work, quilts and so on without seeming Dewtseat
and is a member of the coming legislat
K o’clock. All welcomed.
the aawmills of F. Ileiney and J. Wing
limit met your eye.
ure, gives evidence of the fact that the
are doing a gissl business and turning
ZION’8 EVANGELICAL CHCRCH,
specialise on «ome of these exhibits
on Whs!« . oil. , cion
Taft policies are certainly and quietly
Gresham—Suncas (German), 10:30
out a high grade of lumber.
Mr. Hurlburt waa born Decemher 18, we must call a halt somewhere,
a m., every first, third ami fifth Sun
The farmer have every edeetagv, a iHXt, in Muncevlown, then an Indian I county exhibit by A. F. Miller ami E. Fi«M»r Wax
days of each month. All welcome.
village of t’ansiia, and in 1M4 he remov
Ticket eoliertora. dance
favorwith great numbers of our citizens
general merchandise store, a meat abop ed willi his parents to lbs Imtian Terri- F. Emery was finely arrange«! and was ( I**
Mies Caldwell, onu of Portland’s com SAINT MICHAEL’S CATHOLIC
a public hall, a union church and a two 1 lorv, where lie lex-anie an expert in tli» •a «xealUal dtoplay of ih. .gricultura! | : 4dvt'rU«ing aoTkitor
CHCRCH, Sandy, On-.—Rev. Bereh-
ing sopranos and her equal able piano
room schoolhouae la-ing locale.I in con Indian ways snd language. Until 12* renin-«, of th« county.
told Hurrer. Services will be held on
1 Ralal.c. ..VI lia VX«» < la t
accompanist, pleased the audience with
venient pieces The school ia conducted
the first Sunday of each month at
The art department owe« it. .ucceae
of a schoM-bouee, Ixit lie we* proficient
10:30 a. m.
jointly by Multnomah ami Clackamas in the English brancliys. In 1855 lie to the able eHorta of Mis. (,'lara Webb
bers, at the close of the program, ex GRESHAM BAPTIST CHURCH—Sun
counties, part of the district lying in pHiied a surveying party, ami in INH2 and Mr«. Kronenberg. They managed
pressing approval of the music.
day School at 10 a. m.; Preaching at
Multnomah county and part tn Clacka enlisted in tli» Union Army as a metn- to get together a fine cullection of eon-
E. E. M arshall , Secretary
11 a. m.
mas county, and has two teachers and h<-r of Com|>any K, Thirty-sixth Iowa ■iderable merit. It took work and |«tl-
tudlefll Program by Granges.
Volunteer Infantry and was mustered
a good attendance
ence but it waa done and well done.
out In 11*15 as captain.
A pleasing prograft) was rendered
To many, who have not visited the
Mia. Culy hail charge of the induatrial Saturday evening, October 17, 1908, un • • ooooeoeooeeeeoeoeoeeeeeeoeoooeeooee»
He waa one of the pioneers of eastern
valley recently, a drive over it would tie Multnomah, living in what is known as art department, and the display of juv der the auspice« of Woodlawn and
revelation and well worth the time. t>a the Hurlle>rt district east of Gresham enile ingenuity was both aurpriaing and Pleasant Valley <»range« combined. at
the (ires ha in Fair. The program was
every hand the farmers are Imay clear for many years.
interesting. A steam engine, by Earl
Mr. Hurlburt waa elected County Pur I Thompaon; boy’, wagon by Clarence a* follows:
ing and otherwise improving their
veyor in IM*, p.kio ami ItVJ He was a
member ol Fairview Isxlge No. i»2, A F. Browning; pu.li-mobile by Cham* St. Ih»ubl«
Ma<l< Hur Aliceli
John Thomas has about 25 acres of A A. M
ilia wife to whom lie was ('lair were among the best example, of
* html oí Bxprvxsion
“ ‘ ”
W itodlawn Grange
land cleared and ready for the plow, married in 1857, died a year ago. They boyiah effort.
The girls came in for Sang
Wish to Announce that to
which adds materially to his large farm lied nine ehildren, the following sur their «bare of praiae by exhibiting dress goto. ...............
viving: Thomas M., ex-Citv Surveyor
Anyone Purchasing a Cas
C. Kesterson and many others whose ol Portland ; l*eadv, John ami George ol ed dolls ami fancy work.
Mr ( ----------------
From the ’iillrwplr S h* __ **^oi
ket of me I will Furnish Rough
names were not learned, are clearing Portland; Mrs Isslwlls Sill, ol Spo
The educational department devoted Comic
Song and Dance
“ Will Thom ¡»on
Box and Hearse FREE ....
and thus helping to make the once kane, Wash . ami Mr» Waldemar Seton itaeli to notatoea ami pojecorn. Few i Baao S>»1<>
worsted valley, that in years )«et was
lieeti failing since the death ot his wife.
Trru Dwncr (Nrotrh) )___________ Mr «..od
one of the most favorite hunting grounds
shown. The superintendent, Mr. Kob* Show
Ml« Emily Anderson
ami rendevoua of the Red Man, one of
inson, was not on the spot.
Several of the numbers need special
Oregon» richest “garden spota."
The department of dairying was man* mention. The liass solo by Mr. Seugall
Gresham Young People Wed.
aged by Mr. Rasmussen. hairy tests of Woodlawn was very fine. The sword
; dance bv Mr. Raney, Show Treu dance
A wedding of unusual interest occur ; were made ami results compared. "I- by Mr. Hood and comic song and dance
' by Mr. Will Thompson, talent of Pleas-
red at the home of the groom, at Gresh
CARD OF TIIANK8.
' ant A’alley Grange, were very fine and
j handled bv expert dairymen.
The non« and daughters of Mrs. I tian
something out of the ordinary, also the
im Stanley, deceased, wish In et press
readings by Miss Madeline Angells and
NEW LINE OF
their HppKcislion of mid tlimiks for the to Mr. Clarence Cathey, in the presence horse show. A large number of good Mr. Claude Hicks were l.ith of a very
many kindnesses shown them and their of a company of alsmt seventy-five of animals were entered. The prise list high order ami were well received. As
mother during hrr recent illness and the the young couple’s friends. Itev \V. N. w ill show the results as decided by able a whole the program was well rendered
ceremonies Attending the funeral.
Coffee, ol the Free Methodist Church, judges. Mr. Clevelands department de and thanks are extended to those who
ollieiated The bride’s mother and step serves more lengthy notice, but it is helped to make it a success.
J kxms K rosksbkrg .
father. Mr. ami Mrs. J. II. Spain ol Port-
Ix-cturer Pleasant Valley Grange.
Men’s, Women’s and Children’s, Latest Styles and Lasts ;;
I mih I were present; ill so the groom's i simply impossible to give the names of
Attend This Grange Lntertainmenl l»arenla, Kev. an<! Mrw. David Cathey. all the entries and therefore it is better
WANTED— A buver for a sewing
The cMiiKion wan <»nt» <»f pirating in-I not to begin it. Mr. Fred Ituegg had a
M it It n< »ttiH li Grange will give an en terrnt to the large company of young 1
machine. Cheap for tiie quality. Call at
office of Beaver State lieraid, Gresham.
tertainment in their newly purchnMetl iteople alio have been Ra««H'iatcs of th«*
ever. entries were not mad» for some of
hall al Orient on Saturday, Oct. 24th, nt bride and groom. Invited guests from
Portland, I uMeda ami Gresham were the la*at prizes. We will give his list of
H p. tn. Talent from Portland, Gresh- present.
Following the cereinonv, awards next werk. Some very tine «|>e-
am, Bnrkwnod, Fairview, Handy, and which win brief and «imple, a light
is'hauling wood to
I< h ' h 1 will In» pr«*H<*iit. The Grange ia lunch of ice cream and cake who serv(*d. ci me ns of Polled Angus, Hereford, Jer- the Sandy road.
ay, Brown Swiss an<l Shorthorn cattle
“THE l’EOl'I.ES’ CASH STORE”
growing mnl must lie rrcognix« d.
John Woods ami Ed Wilk« are digging ♦
Mr. and Mrs. Cathey ■ were on exhibit and the sheep and hog
GRESHAM, OREGON <>
program will tm a promising one. Don't reccive«| the congratui ations of a boat of
” • potatoes.
pens were well representative of local
Theo Stemdand is working for Emily .
forget the date.
Baker of Troutdale.
Notice to the Public!
B. W. Emery, Undertaker
Fall and Winter Shoes
F. B. STUART & CO.
PATRONIZE YOUR HOME BANKS
\VE want to call your attention to the fact that we are receiving each day our fall and winter goods.
The season is fast
»» xppiQXchin« atiii you will begin to look for the articles ot wearing apparel.
Call and see our assortments.
ON'T wander around among strangers with your bank account but place vour
money in a bank where you can depend upon the Iwst treatment and accom-
mixlation because that bank lias interests identical with your own ami your
Your success means a great deal to your home bank because the success of the
bank is in a measure de|iendetit upon yours. The outside bank will I h * glad to
get your deposits but it will not take the same |x*rsonal interest in your welfare
as the home bunk.
By banking at home you place vour money in circulation
in your own locality and liem-fit your own community. Iz*t us handle your bus
iness. Help us reach the IldO.iitNi.ou in deposits.
rARWLQ fi___ IN K_______i
fetas, albatross and wool plaids.
All new goods
and the prices are attractive.
Riblx-d wool underwear and cassiinere hosiery,
for men, women and children.
seen to I h * appreciated.
wear. Something new
in shawls, call and see them.
DIIDDCD PfifinQ •("•’ receivv.l our fall stock of
nUDULH uUUUd rubber goods for wet weath
er, comprising men's, women's and children’s rub
bers, men's and Ixiy's laxita in knee ami hip lengths,
rubber sho«*s, just the thing for those dairy barns
where it is eventually wet umlerfixit, gum coats of
all lengths, also a full ami complete line of the
celebrated Aiptapelle Water Proqj Clothing.
Our Deposits Oct. 12, $«9,20.5.33
STATE BANK . X
IIKT QEPnVfni hi,,v I'i'-''
JUOI nLULllLUi »ergs*, panamas, wool taf
"Goods of Quality’’
Something new in this
line. They must I h *
autatantiiil« in high cuts and regular tope.
See us for furniture, stoves and
ranges ami house furnishing
prices arc the lowest and good«
goods. O ut
superior in quality.
hunting season is on.
Get your shells where you can get them right
SHOT CUN SHELLS
We ar»' taking orders
fencing. A car I»»ad to arrive in about two weeks
Our fence is the best that is made and the
price is lower than inferior fence.
fence where the price is right and stock always
on hand in any quani ties.
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