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GRESHAM’S RETIRING AND INCOMING MAYORS
Only One Ticket In the Field Jumps From Springboard and
Which Meets With No
is Struck by Fallin4 Tree
and Instantly Kil'ed.
luncrdl ot Jdtub Schmidt
The funeral of Jacob Schmidt waa
held from Kt Joseph church on lite
Powell Valiev road. Sunday. Decemla-r
0. Its*, al 10:90 a. m , where solemn
high moss was sung under the direction
ul Mrs M. Kronentieig. which was very
well rendered. The funeral cortege was
luvl at Jeune elation by memta-re <4 the
Greuetle Vertin, a singing society of
Portland, of which Mr Kchmidt waa
founder They preceded the cortege
to the church and alter services they
marched to the cemetery where they
sang a few eonga aa a last tribute to
their beloved brother.
Their friends extend their hrartfelt
sympathy to the bereaved family in
their hour of sorrow, for they have hail
a loving father and huaband ami a true
GRHSHAM. MULTNOMAH CO., OREGON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11. 190«.
W. E. ELLISON NEXI
MAN KILLED WHILE
MAYOR OF FAIRVIEW
E AILING TIMBER HERE
Fairview, Dec. 9—The city election
oil Tuesday afternoon pmiMrd oft very
quietly. It war held in the Cree build
Ing and on account of the funeral of
I ami I« Cree the poll« were imt o|«emt|
until 2- 30. For mayor, recorder, treas
urer ami marshal only one caadhlatv
was in the field
were up for election of which six were
The following officers were
elected : Mayor, W. Ellison; Itæorder,
A. I., Htohv; Treasurer, A. T Axtell;
Marshal, J. <>. Davis; t'ouncllmvn, E.
A. Whitney, A. M, Anderson, H. N.
Matey, William Byers, William Buller
and O. J. Jenkins.
W. Ellison *ss a
councilman last year, A. T Axtell was
re-elected treasurer. Win. Buller wan
recorder, J. O Davis flmslied J A. Car
ibou's term aa marshal, II. N. Maxey
has served the | mi » i month as mayor lo
complete G. E. Shaver's term, E. A.
Whiinry serve*I as councilman last year,
the remaining four will serve lite city
fur the first lime.
While eugag I in falling timber at
Kern A Viest -eg'« i amp, one and
t lire»-fourths miles ronlheast of Gresh
am, a young man hr the name of Frank
Moke met ItMlautai roue death by a fall
ing tree Accompanied by Cbarle. Wall,
lie was engaged in falling the tree from
u .plingl.isr l end us the top of the tree
liegan pi lean Moke jumped from the
lioard, just s. the tree fell * itli a crash
In falling, the tri-e struck another tree
snd bounded '»ack with trvinenduua
force, striking .Moke full in the cheat
and pinning him against the slump.
before help could I* summoned he was
«lead. Tiie accident occured about 5 p.
in. Wednesday. The t»«ly was removed
to Carlson A Henderson's undertaking
|«rlogs. from which place the funeral
will lie conducted at 2:30 p in Monday
He waa a middle age I man ut aliout
3d wars ami a member of the order of
Eagle, al i'endleton.
No trace of bis
relalii.*. has lievn found.
IdlrvltM Artisans Íkxt Officers.
The l'nited Artiaans <>f Fairview inet
In regnisi seeeion Naturday eveuing and
elrcted thè followiitg otficers :
Master, E. E. Heelin; Nupt., Mrs
Marv ('rane; See , Mra J. M Aahcrafl;
M.ofC., F. ('rane; Insp., Mra. itora
i'eteraon ; Sr. Con , Mrs. C'Iara Coup-
land ; Jr. Con., Mra. Èva Kumuier;
Inet., Theo, t-leiialand ; Treas., L. Kuui-
ine.; I‘ M A , W W. Aaheraft; Fiehl
Commenderà, F (‘rane, Paul Petrrson ;
Warder, Paul Duday.
They «ili givo a grand B>as<|iierade
ball New Year'a eve wilh Richard'»
orchestra of Portland.
A chicken sup-
per will ale« la- serve.!.
Grand MdsqutTdJe hall.
Grand Masquerade Ball at Johnson’s
Skating Rink, Gresham, Oregon, on
Christmas Eve, IH t . 24, IHUH.
SPECIAL, TILL JAN. 1
grand prises will In» awarded
Herald and Weekly Oregonian, 1 year, orchestra music.
Beet of management.
Special prie II 76 (Regular price |3). Everybody cordially tuvited.
HONESTY IN ADVERTISING
Has Proven Heat By the Results of our Reduction Sale on
Dec, I and 2 Which was Beyond Our Expectations.
Thoae that Get the Beat I Mala are Tlioae
That Investigate Our Pricea 1 ñatead of
Going to Portland to l»e Swindled by
WE CAN UNDERSELL ANY FURNITURE HOUSE IN PORTLAND
Mera ara thè Rraaona Why:
We are at a very little ri penar.
<>ur advertiwing expenara are amali.
We co II rei renili and intcreat, wbile
(Ubera pay renta ami interrata
CARLSON & HENDERSON
ri'RNITCRK AND I’NDKRTAKING
NEW CARL8ON BLDG., GRESHAM, OBE.
john M c D onald is
FOUND DEAD IN BARN
PASSES OLE QUIETLY
SILARI WINS FOR
MAYOR IN GRESHAM
Roberts Re-elected Recorder—
Gullikson for Marshal—
Large Vote Cast.
The municipal election for the town of
Gresham was held Tuesday and aroused
considerable interest and resulted in a
number of surprities. Two tickets were
in the field, the Citizen's and Tai|xyer’s
tickets, and wilh one exception, the
election of Arthur Fieldhouac as council
man, was carried by the Taxpayer’s
The polling place was often from 1 to
7A'p. in. and the ballots counted by 9:>>.
A complete count gave F. B Stuart 88
votes for mayor and E. C. Lindsey 49
D. M. Roberta won for re-election mb
: recorder wilh
votes against 47 for
bis op(»onent, Geo. Metxgvr. H. Gullik-
»on was re-elected marshal with 76 votes
and Frank Woatell 36. For council men
T. R. Howitt, Arthur Fieldhouse, Bert
Thomas and I*. Michel were elected.
John Metiger. the only candidate lor
treasurer, received 9S vetes.
The following vole waa caat for coun-
cilmen; Fur one year, T. R. Howitt 69,
Gust iatrson 43; For two years, A.
Field Louse S3, Bert Thomas 71, P. Mich
el 66, A. Bevel 50, F. Gibbs 60, J. N.
Bra m hall 14.
Mr. Mtuart is tbs third mayor of
Gresham and aucceeda Dr. J. M. Short,
the present mayor. He has been a citi-
sen and business man of Gresham for
about flve years, being proprietor of the
People's Cash Store.
He baa been a
member of the city council, during
which time he baa given general salis-
Many matters of vital public interest
are awaiting the action of the new mayor
and council and it ia hoped will be taken
Among them, the improve
ment of Roberts avenue, the grading
of aidewalka to conform wilh the re
quirements of the city ordinances, l>etter
6re protection, tbe co-operation with
business men in sec'uring new industries
for the town, the securing of water con
cessions from the Bullrun pipe line and
the stxkt enforcement of all city ordi
John McDonald a resident of th»* Cot
Troutdale, Ore., Dec. 9.—-The annnal
trell district waa b und dead in the hay Troutdale city election jmmmm I off with
loft of hi« l am e;tr>y Monday morning little excitement. The poll* were open
a neighbor, Giltteri ILmghlaii, who from one to rrven o’clock ami by eight
« to help the t Id gt nt 4
r» d«» »om«- o’rl m -U all V“tre had l«een counted. The
After • Vto|.|
rouncilmen elected were, I.. A. Harlow,
houM? and receiving no an»
ubo received 08 vole«; Wm. Light 44
ret dr11 to the barn u here
and 1- B. Na*h 44. The ether Loor can-
be would Hud th - <?l Id loan
didatea for councilman received the fol
lowing voles: L. Helming .’59, Wm. Lat-
chores. Upon vxari
• nrelle 30, Frank Portelio 36 and Ctaw»-
niird to thid the lift
aid a heir it had tl
Wm. Weller waa elected recorder by
>r some time.
To all appearances death waa due to ‘ a majority of one vote over Dan .Mickrly.
Mxyor-f.lect F. B. Stuart
natura'(-atiiH-F, proliably h«arl failure, Weller received 53 vote« and .MickleySZ.
Wm. Schmidt received 58 vote« for
although hr laid I ten troubled with as- .
tbma for some lime.
Hr wan last teen marshal and I. N Buxton 45, C. Hees
on Saturday a hen lie was in seemingly 1 and Jene Larson 2.
Ih-crM-nl was a native of Ireland and i
Sad Death of Miss Van Curen
an early pioneer in theee pari*.
married two vean* ago ami bis wife aur- ' TIi* fnneral of M im D.letta Van Cttr-
Every Indication of Becoming vivea him. At the time of |>ts death en. who dird at Iter boa* in I'orlianJ
she was stopping in Sellwo<»d and waa Dvcriuber 3, was held in Greeham Sat
Metropolis of Northeastern
immediately notified on the discovery j urday, December 5 at 3 o'clock.
of Ins l>udy. Hr was a member of the; cease. I waa well known here and at
Catholic church and wm highly respect Eagle Creek, where ebe was born. Nhe
ed by the entire community.
The fun waa
years and reven month* of age
“Handy, the prosperous little town in eral services were held Wednesday. In anil leave« a heart broken mother and
northeastern Clackamas county, is en ternment was in the Catholic cethelery two siater«, one of whom, Mr«. Emmett
joying a |»roeperous growth and forging on the Powell Valley road south of Donahue, reside« at Boring.
to the Iront rapidly and surely,“ eaid a Gresham.
been afflicted with drop«y for oome time
buMiims man from that place, “and is
which revolted in her «ad death.
destined to la* the coming metropolis of
war po«ees«ed of a tweet and loving die-
that |*art of the county."
Take tbe place and attitude which be po«itKin and noble character and en
Handy has gained much publicity and long to yon, and all men acquiesce. Tlx? deared hertelf to all during tier abort
attention from outsiders on account of i world roust be just. It leave« every man life. Many beautiful floral tribute* from
the quality of the fruit raided in the wixn
proiouno unconcern to
sex hia own ber torrowing friend« covered her last
valley, especially apples. Sandy carried rate.—R alph W aldo E mxxsox .
«■ff a majority of prises at the Grange —
Fair at Gresham thia tail and their ex- I «
hl bit won widespread attention and fav- i •
era hie commenta.
Then too, Sandy’s business men are e
wide awake and progressive and always •
willing to promote the general welfare
of their little city.
At present Sandy •
Wish to Announce that to
han. 3 general merchandise stores, 1
Anyone Purchasing a Cas
harneaa shop, 1 drug atore, I blacksmith
me I will Furnish Rough
ahop, 1 hotel, 1 furniture «tore, 1 bartier
Box and Hearse FREE . . . .
shop. I aalooo.2 public belle, 2 churches
I. O. O. F. lodge, W.O. W. lodge, Artis
an lodge, Iruit grower’s association,
Anyone wanting anything in this line call
FPA.HK WOSTELL and he wilt
attend to the business in the absence of Mr. Emery.
tierman-American society, poetothce,
Notice to the Public!
school and ia connected with a
telephone system. She needs
and a good live young d octor,
interested should investigate
Oregon Apples in New York.
There will be a display of Oregon
apples al Macy's big department store
in New York City, about the middle oi
If you have any friends
there, write and tell them about it and
thus do your part to arouse widespread
interest in the exhibit.
B. W. Emery, Undertaker
LEFT WHICH WILL BE CLO8ED OUT
Regardless of Cost—Call and Get a Bargain
Rain Next Week!
-AND H A V I DRY HIT-
Auction Sale at the Douglass Store.
The Douglass Store at Pleasant Home
is selling out by auction today.
continue until the entire stock is sold,
regardless of loss. Mrs. Douglass feels
she owes the sacrifice to her children
whom she wishes to school at Corvallis
What did our grandmothers do? They always mails presents that were to be
of use in later life—something not lasting ons day only.
YOU CAN DO AS WELL I
We have every convenience for caring for such accounts and wilt give
them our special attention.
J nat one look at our Crockery and
Gl«««ware l>e|M«rtmenta will convince
you that we «re loaded up with giaal
thing* in that line
What could lie more appropriate than
an elegant Dinner Net o( white or decor
ated ware—aomething you can use the
Alan Naiad Net«, Water Set*, Individ
ual Clip* and Saucer«, Children's Muali
Net», Children'» Net» of Cu|>* and Sau
cer», Va*e*, Jardiniere», and Ornament*
of all kind*.
For the Children
For the Edison Phonograph. You 8hould call and hear them—the »weetest and noM < ►
Perfect imitation of the human voice ever produced by art. playing from 4 to 4 1-2 < ►
minute» Always glad to play for you—we enjoy the sweet strains ouraelves
F. B. STUART & CO.
“THE PEOPLES' CASH STORE"
GRESHAM, OREGON ♦
VR HOLIDAY STOCK ha* all arrived and we are prepared to take care
of your want* in thia line. We can *ave you money in any clasa of
good* you may »elect.
Your Chriatma* Shopping ehould be done with some care and judg
ment «nd ahould run to that class of goods which can be of use and benefit
throughout the whole year.
I-et n* »how you our line of Furniture including Rocker* for old and
young, Dining Chair*, Sewing Chair», High Chair», Lounve* in velvet, velour
ami |Hinti»ote covering*; Dresser* aud Chiffonier». Very fine Iron Bed»,
•omething »well to »elect from.
A fine lot of New Linoleums—just arrived.
An elegant line of Jap Furniture, *uch as Table«, Music Racks, Paper
Racks, Writing l>e"k», Stools and numerous other pieces.
We are Special Agents
Everything you want in Toy» from
For Victor Talking Machines ami Records—the beet talking machines on
little to big, we can mrely fit you out.
earth and easy terms of payment.
Come early ami make your »election*
S'ou can buy and make a present of an Make your wife a present of a Ixirain or Real Estate Range. She will appre
ciate it and you will get the Best on Earth. We're exclusive agents.
order on our »tore for anv piece of good*
you want and the "«me will lie honored-
LADIES HOME JOVKNAL PATTEEHS
“GOODS OF QUALITY”
A LEW OE THOSE BEAUTIFUL TRIMMED HATS
When You Buy for Christmas You Get Bargains Here
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Had Been Dead Some Time— Harlow, Light and Nash Win
Was One of First Pioneers
Crockery and Glassware
Why not open a hank accnunt fnr sister, brother, son or daughter?
thing that will he appreciated more than any gift.
the turning - point to success in life.
Men's and ladies' Goods
We have a very tine line of Men's
Neckwear, Fancy Suspender* in individ
ual boxes, Garter and Sleeve Supporter
Sets, Handkerchiefs in a great variety,
Silk Mufflers and 8carfs in a variety of
colors and price«.
Have secured from the factory direct
a nice line of Ijuiies’ Side anil Back
Comb*, a* cheap or as high as you want
up to $5 each.
Something new in Ladies’ Sweater«
Must lie seen to he appreciated.
a very appropriate Holiday present.
Mak* »omrone a present of a Hat.
Buy your order and nreeent the order to
anyone you wish. They can bring the
order to the store and select the fit and
color of hat they want—a nice and ap
propriate way to suit the pi rson.