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Hold College Chaps Down to 0
to 0 in Game Played Here
TI m » local gridiron was the acene of
much excitement ami enthuaiaam among
tl>e follower« oí the pig-akin art last
Saturday, when the Grewbam Juniors
met the crack A umnl team, rom|M»ani
of college chap* and heavy weights.
Both trams were out to win and (ought
deeprrally for honors, but do evenly
were the two trama uiahbrd and ao
well line«! up, that neither tram »mrad.
In the first half it ¡nulled aa if t hingt»
might go hard with the Júniora but they
ralllt^l and bucked the line harder than
The game waa marked by rough playa
throughout and both trama left the field
badly dlaAgured. <’ Merrill and A. Nye
of the Alumni ami Hhepherd of the Jun
iore, were taken out on acv»unl of in-
The Alumni tram waa roni|M»ard of
auch men a« ItiJirrta, llallot'k, Town-
erml, Bl reben, Taggrrt, Farrla, F. Mr-
Cull oí O A.C.. Hhairuck of U.ufO.
an<l wrvrral la«!« from town. The Júni
ora had their r«-gular aggt«*gaii«>n with
the exception of L. Merrill.
The lirat playa made for the Alumni
wrrr Merrill’« end runa, Nye’a centre
ruabra ami 8trvbina*a long runa.
the Juniors, Wirt«* long runa, Matthew
c«‘Uter ruahra ami 1* Merrill'« tackles
wrrr the alar ¡«»aturre. For the quarter*
MH'oil had the ml vantage over Khat
tuck in iMiaaing the I »all and in bringing
down men who broke through the line ,
Punting waa a feature of tne game in
which Matti»«**« excelled Khatlink
The refer«»«' was l>r. Bittner; time
keeper, W. liamlin and linemen. Wal
ker ami Thompson.
Rural Mall (arrters Will Meet.
Help In Use oi Accidents.
Fairview, Ore., Dee. 3, 1908.— K. W.
Wilcox and J. II. Hchram will attend
th* meeting id the Rural Mail Carrier*
id Multnomah, Clackamas ami Wa»h-
ington coontlr*, to be held at lanl* on
Secure Little Money and Make
Tlieee meeting* are
Their Escape Good, Just
held for the purpose of diecuaaing topIce
which are of vital Intereat to the car
rier*. Invitations have been *ent to a
num tier of po.lma.ter*. The meeting*
will wind up with a grand bam|uet.
When Poetnixater Hpring <»f I*ent«,
Among the honored guests are es- ofwtini hi« «ioorv Friday morning he
pecl«*l W. II Boyd of Hillsboro, alate found hi« office 1^11 v disarranged.
president, and J H. Goin* of Allrnny, I glance «bowed what waa left of the safe
I n*|>eclora Ricliiea ami atrewu aroumi on the floor, the lining
Clement* will conduct a question bos. toeing pretty Imdly ahatlered.
Several carrier* are to be initiated int»> cracker« hml ma«ie an entry to the »afe
Multuomali Branch No. 0.
by knocking off tl»e knob of th«* door,
' pouring in powder ami touching it off.
Thia ia the flr«t time the Lenta office
| ha« l>«M*n hothervd ami if report« are
Twenty-five of W. G. Cathry’e child- i correct, i* not likely t«» Iw tiothrred
rrn am! grandchildren gathrr«*«l at the 1 again gion, for the poatmaaler »«ya they
When he tirat re
home «»I Ida daughter, Mrs. H. C. Jones didn’t aecure much.
of (irraiiam, on Thanksgiving day to ported the burglary thin morning it waa
partak«» of Thanksgiving dinner.
The believed that the mail wan undi»»turl»**d,
dinner was given in honor of Mr. Cath no «tainpa taken ami very little money
ey's brother, UolM-rt Cat bey of Missouri miaoed.
No clue ia known of the robber« who
who 1« visiting relative in the west.
A very pleasant «lav was s|»enl ami have made g««>d tlieir eaca|»e a« they
music waa enjoyed in the afternoon. have done heretofore in other plac«*«i in
Those |>r«HM*nt were Hobert Cathey of i eastern Multnomah, where these crime«
Mi»«<»uri; W.ti Cathey of Gresham; ■ are uccurmg frequently.
Mrs. It. A Cathey ami family of Cor
vallis, Rev. David Cathey and family of
Portland; Mias Tot Trggart and Min
Alice McCoy of Port lam I; B. C. Jon«m
ami family of Gresham ami Clarence D.
Cathey and w ife of <• resham.
Fairview baa a new tmrber, a man
from California, who I* prepared to tix
The lilt)« ul>il<lr«*n are all invite«l t<» your face whenever m-nied.
bo prrertil at tlie reading room each
Mr. Van W. Anderaon of Portland,
Wetlntnalay afternoon from 2:30 to 3.
wa* in town Saturday working up an
Thi« half hour will be devoted to read
internal in North FortUnd property.
ing »•'! atory telling for children below
D M. Robert* baa arranged to reprv-
the third grade.
•ent Mr. Anderaon'a Country Club
bresham KeaJinq Room.
E. I.. Rayburn of l*-nt, ba* a new
way of winning attention.
Gram! Masquerade Ball at Johnson’« all the achoul children to an entertain
Skating Bink, Gresham, tirrgon, on ment on Wednenday at the Nnkek*leon
Christmas Eve, Ihf. 24, IHM.
Four al hl* ex|>eli*e
grand prises will I»«« tiwardr«l
J F. Wing ha* *ol.l hi* *»w mill ilt-
Beat of management. trreat to Elmer Brown and J. R. Shell-
Ever y I mm I y cordially invitad.
enbarger, who have a**ume<i the liuai-
Has Proven Best By the Results of our Muttion Sale on < !
Dec, ! and 2 Which wax Beyond Our Expectations
WE CAN UNDERSELL ANY FURNITURE HOUSE IN PORTLAND
Hers are the Rraaona Why:
We are at a very little ripenar.
<>ur advertising vx|w«nara are small.
We ruilect rente and iiit»-rr«t, while
Ottieni pay renta ami intercala.
CARLSON & HENDERSON
FI RNITl'SK AND VNBKBTAKIMQ
NEW CARLSON BLDG., GRESHAM. ORE.
Frank Heiney, the eaatern Multno- 1
n>ah saw mill man, made The Herald • !
. brief call on Monday.
He ia planning i
to get hi* mill Hniahed and Mine better
| road* made ao he can get out »labwood.
Thia week ten thousand copie* ot the
I Pacific Grange Bulletin are being mailed
' from The Herald office.
! The Greaham Concrete Company i*
putting in a cellar tor L. P. Manning.
Thote that Get the Reti Ihuila are Thnae
That invewtiiratr Our Prices ¡ñatead of
Going to Portland to bo H wind ted by
Smooth*Tongue<l Adrrrtierra. . . . .
O YOV KNOW that all |xt|»'r* in the «rrcalletl Are - proof
*«fe* in the Nan Fr»nci*t> tire were <lm<tri>ye<l while I hone
helrl in H ank V ai i . tr were perfectly preserved?
Robert Taaael the Boring grain deal
er, was in town thi* week on buaines*.
He ia doing a tine huaineaa at bi* grain
warehouse and feed mill.
Private Box In Our Vault.
The coat is so small that you can't afford to have the
We have juet receiver! a new supply of boxes and are
Gresham is to be treated to a real live
turkey shoot sometime during holiday*.
labor Concert at Grange Hall.
The T*l*»r Concert Company will
give a library benefit entertainment at
the tireabam (»ranee hall on Friday,
With Mi«« Lena Her-
waa ** soprano, Miaa Frame* Gallagher
a. piani.l, Mis* Minnie llatHel, violin*
let, and Mi«* Edna Griffith, imperson
ator, the Concert will lie first class in
every respect ami worthy a hearty pat
ronage in itsell Ticket* 60c; children
are pre par*
to ba given
J. Sieiet wa* a pleasant caller
Wednesday at The Herald office
her sister, Mrs. O. Andrews, has moved
The Free Methodist Quarterly Meet
to Portlan«! with three children, and ing will be held in Gresham, beginning
three remain with Mrs. Andrews
tonight and continuing over Sunday.
What ha* become of our volunteer fire ' Presiding Elder W. N. Coff<«e will be
department? Doesn't it need a little1 present and there will be »ervice* Fri
stirring up, and drill work? In case of day and Saturday night* and Sunday
tire we would 1« handicapped, as only j morning ami evening.
two or three men in the whole town
understand tee <>)*-ration of tlie chemi-
Constitutional Amendment Needed | cal engine. A lew tats drilled in the
I TI m * provision of our State Constitution I ' service might save valuable property in
' case of fire.
that nvtrict* tlie power of the legialaturr .
Miaa Eaaie Crenehaw baa been assis
and of the ja-oph- in tlwir effort* to im-!
prove our state system of taxation direct ting in The Herald office thia week.
Mrs. W. E. Wood visited her daugh
ter at Damascus tbia week.
Mrs. C L Crenshaw is taking X-ray
treatment in Portland.
F. B. Stuart has recovered from his
injury resulting from too close contact
with one of his horses, and is again
ly by tax k-gislation is a* follows; “The i
Preston Bros, have purchased a fine meeting bis customers with his usual
legis^tive awmbly shall provide by law ' farm on Eagle creek.
for uniform and equal rate of amssurn nt !
and taxation; ami shall prescribe such i
regulations aa shall secure a just valua- .
tion for taxation of all pro|«*rty. high
real ami personal, excepting such only |
for municipal, educational, literary, sci-'
entific. religious or charitable punwws |
as may I*» s,*-cially exempted by law."
Wish to Announce that to
In otla-r states where tax reform uiovv- a
Anyone Purchasing a Cas
menb> have h«"en obstructed by similar •
ket of me / will Furnish Rough
«■onttitutiona! ' provisions, amendments
Box and Hearse FREE . . . .
an- pending or have just lieen adopted a* ’ a
Tin* amendment adopted in Minm-eota a
Anyone wanting anything in thia line call on FRANK WOS TELL and be will
attend to the business in the absence oi Mr. Emery.
at the last general election contained tlie a
clause that “The power of taxation shall
never he surrendered, suspend«! or con
tracted away. Taxes shall be uniform
ii|*»n tin1 same class of subjects, and
shall lie levied anil collected for puUic |
purpose*.** An amendment containing
a clam* identical in form with the above
- . [v
is prading in the State of Washington.
Practically the same amendment ia pend- ■ >
LEFT WHICH WILL BE CLOSED OUT
ing in Missouri.
Regardless of Cost—Call and Get a Bargain
TI m * Ohio tax commimon in aiming to | [
Notice to the Public!
B. W. Emery, Undertaker
• •••••••••••••••• •••••••••••••••••••»
A FEW OF THOSE BEAUTIFUL TRIMMED HATS
I and A Dowaet are presenting tlieir pat ation ao far as their differences justify ■ >
rons with handsome calendars just out. the same in order to secure a just return ! ! i
This enggestiou was | ] ’
D. M. Robert* is getting ready forth*
adopted by the Ohio Legislature and J i >
j such an amendment initiated. The Ohio
D. W. Metxger is enjoying a prosper
form of amendment states explicitly the *
ous holiday trade.
; purpose of the classification of property ■ >
To please hie cuetomers, is the aim for taxation and special treatment of L I
ol F. W. Fieldhouse, ami he is evidently each claiw. It is “to secure a just return i1 •
He has a grade of '
(Continued on Page 8)
Rain Next Week! *’
— AND H A V K DRY
•■THE PEOPUtr CASH STORE"
BIG XMAS ANNOUNCEMENT
In This Space Next Week
••DEALER IN GOOD8 (¿F
F. B. STUART & CO.
For the K.U.OH I'honovraph You Rhould call and hear iben— <l»e
and iao*l •«
rerferl imitation of th.1 human vote ever pmlovil by art. play in. from t to I 1 t •«
minute*. Al way. glad to play (or you—ue enjoy the rweet strain, ourwlve.
FIRST STATE BANK
About iso hundred people attend«*!
Saturday’* football game here.
Mr. and Mrs. Cha*. Kadderly and
The Gresham branch library makes a
sons Wallace and Ralph of Portland, very creditable report for November,
visited last week with Mr. and Mrs. showing quite an improvement in cir
8. C. Jone*.
culation. It is s* follows: attendance,
Mr. and Mr*. Anderson of Sandy adult 922, juvenile 524, total 1444; circu
•pent Thanksgiving with Mrs. Ander lation. fiction 33M, non-fiction 3Ut), total
638; registration, adult 11, juvenile«,
son's sister, Mr*. O. Andrews.
Earl Hallock of Pendleton, a student
Rev. J. E. Wolfe,a Presbyterian evan
at O. A C., spent last week at the Mat
thews home. He took (»art in the foot gelist Irom Oklahoma, will preach both
morninc and evening, Sunday, Dec, Oth,
ball game Saturday.
at the Methodist church io Gresham.
Mrs. Erickron, who came from Nor- j
way last July and ha* lieen staying with i ! All are invited.
M. Rickert of Iteservior Park wa* in
Greahaoi on bn*in*a* Monday.
in th* near future.
in our vault to meet the wants of our customer*
YOl SHOULD SECURE A BOX NOW
Harley Turner who ia attending state
Ihouaand* of Dollar* were lo*t that would not have been
had |>a|»er* had propor protection.
of all kind* ahoitld have proper protection aitalnat Are at all
time* and there i* no better way to keep them from being
mi*laid and in an rderly condition than to lutve a
Frank tSibbe haa hi* new rottage in
J. A. Royer ba* sold his farm of 26'
The new bakery 1« doing a k < mm 1 bo«i- acre* to bi* son. J. C. Royer, and will Regner'« addition about completed.
neeN and turning out a < la»« of g(MMÍ» move to Portland soon. He will bold a
The pole* for the Boll Ran Telephone
that rank« with the beat.
public auction Dec. 29, on hi* place to line are being reset and the cro**-arm*
disjsjee ol all stock and chattel*.
done away with.
Fire come* when lea«t expected and when there is no time
to look alter valuable papere.
Daily Happenings Gleaned "»'»»rrty. vieitwl friends
From The Homes and
I Gresham school children
Shops Day by Day.
>ng for snd entertainment
Lewia Shattuck intend* to *ee to it !
that Santa Clan* gel* the beat of every- ,
thing thi* year, *o lie liaa elocked hi. «•s ure such aiiequate scope of powers for < •
the Ohio Genera) Assembly suggest«*! I
«■tore with all kinds ot holiday gmtd*.
F. W. Fieldhouse, Lewie Shattuck 1 that, “It may claasifjfthe subject* of tax- ' J
WS TO LOSE MONEY f
J* . > \ y
C. L. Crenshaw ha* jnat put in a hot
! water arrangement for Harry Wood'»
•«rber .hop. He ia kept very l»uty with
liia tinning ami plumbing work.
The growth of (irraham achools and
the |»>p»ilati<>n of the district are ahown
in the arhool cen.ua of 1908.
the cen.ua showed 278 pupil* of echool
agv in the district.
Clerk Johnson ha*
Proctor A Beer* report * good falPa ju.t completed thia year's eenaua and
work and a large .upply of »lock on the liat runa to 291.
band. They will move their mill thia
winter to a new lucation near Sandy.
ne** and will revpond to all inquiriea.
Tne new tirm will be known ** the
Brown Lumber Co.
unexcelled even in Portland, and
SAFE CRACKERS VISIT I .lock
by the way, he know* how to display it, PERSONAL NOTES
Judging from lite appearance of hi*
LENTS POSTOmCE ' to««,
OF GRESHAM PEOPLE
(«rund Masquerade Ball.
Bt itxw am » S At I»» -—Cover with <’<w»k-
Ing imm I m and lay wet cloth over it
whites of egg« and olive ml.
or I in
I oil, plain or mixed with »balk
or whiting. Sweet or olive ml and lime
QRESHAM, MULTNOMAH CO., OREOON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1908.
Subscription, $1.50 a Year.
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