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GRESHAM. MULTNOMAH CO., OREGON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1908.
GRESHAM HIGH SCHOOL GRESHAM TO HAVE
VERSUS HOOD RIVER
EASE BALL DIAMOND
THREE ROAD BILLS
COUNTY GRANGE MEETING AND
A LIVE BOOST CLUB
IN NEXT LEGISLATURE
BIENNIAL ELECTION AT ROCKWOOD
Big Debate Scheduled for next Prospects of High-class Ball the Miillnoinali County 1‘omon. Gr.ng. Creswell, Multnomah, Pomona; MiesC. Farmers’ Institute to be Held “Good Roads’’ Sentiment Domi
Wednesday in the New
Coming Season — Giants j ni»t at Korkwood Wr<ln«»lay, ln*c. Ifl RaeaniiiMwn. Columbia, Flora; ami Mrs. ! >n Spring— Active Work
nant Throughout Entire
1 Tlie «1 neat Ional (i-atun-. ot tbe »f««ion Mary Crane, lbs-kwooil, lady assistant.
Have Strong Team.
i The excellent dinners that were serv-
w»r. limited by tbe time re<|iiir«<l (or
ed must not go unnoticed. Rockwodd
the biennial election. Mi«, laorn of tbe did iieraelf justice in thie aa in other
(Special Correspondence )
Rail, for the Gresham high school
Baseball Ians will no doubt lie glad Goiinty IJbrary «aa preaent and gevean
The people of tbe Firwood district
effort» it ha» put forth to promote tbe
Portland, December 14, ¡9U8. To tbe
to learn that plans are under way for a interesting talk about Hie u»e of book.
in north, item Clackamas county have
good ot the order.
The first of the winter’s debating con- season of league games here during the • nd branch librariee.
Fditor—At tbe coming aeseion of the
A number of fine numbers were pre a knack of “doing things,, that causes Legislature there will ba three bills ap
tests Is announced for next Wednesday corning year. The local diamond is to
Tbe real work of the waeion liegan vented during the lecture hour. Mr. their neighbors to ait up and take
plying to the construction of roads in
night, December 23, at 7 ;30 sharp, in I m * coverted Into one of the fastest in the with the election, which resulted in
For tbe purpoae of mutual
One bill will provide that
Ch« school assembly hall. Th« subject state It is proposed U> lower the oul- Napoleon Davie, Fairview, for maeter; Byer» of Fairvirw with Mr». Kronen-
berg acsompMiet, gave a eolo with i»nefit and booating their locality, they thoroughfares bw built by tbe state,
tor this debate la, “Resolved, That field to a level with the infield ami the P N.Gill, Kiiteelville, overseer; Mrs.
county and community—the state pay
municipalities should own ami operate whole sera ped and rolled, A Grand M. Kronenberg, Pleasant Valley, lec encore, Miee Harriett Johnson of Tre-j recen»ly organized a Progreeaive
mont rendered two very fine vocal eoloe, sociation and it is already planning ing three-eigtbs, the county three-eights
the light plants (mlrunised by the gen stand and bleachers will be erected.
turer; Donald Feury, Ionita, steward; Mr». O. J. Brown »ang to her own ac active work. Places of more inhabi
eral public." The op|Mj«lng team is
and tha community tirough which the
To do this the boys are endeavoring K. C. Huffman, Rmnelville, aesiatant
companiment and Mr. Dolph alm »ang tants than Firwood might wsll copy road parse«, for a distance ol two miles
from Hood River high school.
to raise »u file lent funds to carry on the steward ; Mr». Marr Hliattuck, Grealiam,
one numtier; Napoleon Davie presented their example.
The Gresham school will i»e repre* work ami complete it before spring and
on each ride, one-fourth of the coat
chaplain ; }¥ E. Ure.well, Multnomah
Secretary Kehres writes : “ Tbe Pro
sen ted by Hope Anderson, Florence have it in readiness for the opening of grange, Orient, treasurer ; Mr». M. M a paper on the “American Farmer snd
another bill will enable tbe counties o
gressive Association held a rousing
Fieldhouse snd Earl Thompson. The the season.
Eaton, Evening Htar, »eervtary ; Fred gsve a reading, all veryentertaining and meeting an December 12. A letter from this state to issue bonds for road con
Hood River «lelmters are, l4«na Newton,
struction to the amount of »900,000;
The Giants have their team complete Benfield, Columbia, gatekeeper; Mr».
Grace Edgington and Estey Hroecious. , for the season and have what they con Hue Wendell. Woodlawn, Cere»; Mrs. A. | profitable. The evening after 9 was the state Agricultural college was receiv and another bill will enable the several
liven over to a social and dance.
ed stating that the Farmers’ Institute
This will l»e the first time a delate soler, the best yet. The town is promt
counties of this state to employ convicts
was scheduled for Firwood early in tbe
With another high sc I hm »I has t»rrn hel«i <»! her tall team and the boys are striv
in the state peniteutiary in road con
new cottage east of town. He will spring in co-operation with this organi- struction.
in Gresham ami every one will iielp to ing hsr«t to maintain the public’s good
The following otticera were
give the visitors a royal welcome. The opinion. Their record for the season of
The first bill is somewhat similar to
Tin* Sumli.y school of the Methodist elected :
Use of tiio large, new, electric llght»«d li*UM m one of the I m *»» I of tlte amateur
1’reri . J. G. DeShazer ; V. Pres. A.'1 the Johnson bill which was passe»I at
Earl Townsend will open a rest aura* JL church will hold its ChriNtmfts enter
assembly hall of the school will give the leNtns of the aisle, and (heir record for
1 the last legislature and then vetoel by
occasion an added interest. Its capacity shut-out games the ta»t, having shut ami shortorder houae in the Carlson tainment on Christmas Eve, December Malar ; Sec., Harvey E. Kehre» ; Cor. 1 the
Governor, only it has reduced the
will certainly be tsxr«i ami it is nee»i- j out such trams a«« the HpanloiJN, Wabash, '
24, at 7 :30, in the church. There will
ti«»n tetween the barbershop ami room Is* appropriate song*, recitations, etc. Mrs. E. D. Hart, librarian, will Lave cost to tbe abbutting farm property
les* to say a rare treat awaits all who
The hall»* and teverai other crack adjoining has been moved to make
from one-third to ^ne-fouith.
Santa Claus is expected and Everybody charge of the Slate Library at her home
trama of (lie slate.
s|Mk*e for it and a neat little dining-room is invited. Gifts for the tree will ta about the first of the year. Tbe next the oilier details are is not yet known.
The boys will give a big Xmas Ballon la thus secured.
Without diM-u-sing the merits of these
! received by a committee. A voluntary meeting w.U be held on Jan. 9, with a
Xmas eve al Metsger’w hall for th«« tanv
it is well to urge farmers to inform
The first sm»w of the season in this offering is asked to help defray the ex-
Itt of the grand stand. The Gresham
themselves about them.
Tbe idea of
locality fell Tuesday night.
It inelte«i (tenses ami same may be handed to the body welcome to come.
Concert Band hds decided to assist the
building a road through the state has
almost immediately but the next morn ! pastor.
Isiya and together willi bnanhalLs or-
been condemned and I have been in
ing Gresham butte loomed up white
Special services will tagin at the Free
Crrstra will furiiudi music for the ocas-
I>o you want a piano for Xmas? Tlien I formed by Judge L. K. Webster of thia
as a small Mt. Hood, Were its si«les Methodist church next Sunday, Decem
GREKIIAM BASEBALL TEAM
si<»n. This is one of the series of dances
not so rough it would attract the boy ber 20th. The workers, win» have just read bherman Clay A Co*». a»l in this i»-! county that be had abandoned its advo
to ta given this winter. The hall is be
There have been »tiff closed a successful m«*etmg at iHmas- sue. Ttiey tell you how you can get one ’ cacy. He savs that the object is now, to
| with a sled.
ing tasutifully decorated ami all togeth
fur only 110 cash.
build in Oregon a system of roads con
I frosts for a few nights.
CUt, will a«*ist the ptttdor, Rev. S. P.
er it promises to ta a brilliant affair.
necting the rural sections with the
Gresham had it« electric tight troubles Ro|»er.
These ladle*, Miss Harriet
markets and business centers that can
Iasi Friday night when all tbe lights in f'ritfin ami Miss Culbertson, are highly deserves cummvmlation for the firn* line
bo ueed the tear round, winter aid
Grand Masquerade Ball.
town were out for alsnit ten minutes, rvi-commendrd and have been very suc- of goods lie rarri««H and th»* inten*st he is
(Cootinned on Page fl.)
Dreamy Walt»«*» ami Popular
(iraiul Miisqimradr B.ill at Johnson*» leaving store« and hous««« in total dark (***■««1111 in their work. There will ta
Two sir J •« Io
>kating Rink, («rvshain, Oregon, OU ness. The trouble was cause«! by a service every night to w hich all are in- !
Four grounded wire.
(‘liti»tmns Evo, l>ec. 24, 1908»
grand pri*«*» will I m * nwardrd. < »t M h |
.1 N Faris has gone to eastern Wash i At the Methmlist church next Sunday
music I’V Richard*» orvhvetr 1.
( morning the pastor, Rev. M. K. Paroun*
management. Evetybmiy ronhaliy in ington for a short star.
Snashdll’s Oribes I rd
Mi»» Lena llarwH» captivate»! the nu li agisn, will preach the Christmas ser
('. II Lam* make* an im|iortant an- enee by her charming soprano solos; mon. He will also preach in the even
Best Dance Floor in This N«*rk of
nouiiwineiit in Li* a«L w hich every one Mi»» Griffith show»*«! splendid mastery ing and then* will be »|»ecial music at
the W« mm I s - Attend I
Wish to Announce that to
who rsine* stock or poultry »honld read. of the art ol elocution in her several each service.
Anyone Purchasing a Cas
Write him for the Watkin’s almanac— selections; Marshall Koem|>rl, of the
Mrs. J. N. Faris lias been quite sick
ket of me I will Furnish Rough
you can’t keep house without it
Oregon Conservatory of Music, rendered this week with the grip.
Box and Hearse FREE . . . .
ne\eral tine selections on the cornet, and
Don’t forget the high school «lebst»*
Miss luilian I talesman presided at the at the sch ulhousv next Wednesday
piano. We hope to hear them again night.
Anyone wanting anything tn this line call on FRANK WOSTELL and he will
attend to the buaine»» in the absence ol Mr. Emery.
under conditions inure favorable.
W. H. Hamilton of Vancouver was in
A »|M*cial r ’I mwy I meeting of legal voters town yesterday.
• »f district No. 4, Graham will be held at
The Methodist church choir is pre
Has Proven fient—Ry the Results of our Reduction Sale on
3 p. in. Dec. 29 to vote a special tax.
paring to give a concert after the holi- I
Dec, I and 2 Which was tieyond Our Expectations.
All should attend the debate between day«.
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It is announced that Miss Floy John-!
the Gresham and Hood River high
Those that Got the Best Deal» are Those
school teams next Wednesday night in son and Harry Crenshaw, former Gresh
That Investigate Our Priven Instead of
the assembly hall at the Gresham am young people, were recently married
Going to Porllnnd to lie Swindled by
in San Francisco.
1 school house.
The funeral of Frank Moke, an ac
LEFT WHICH WILL BE CLOSED OUT
The first meeting of the Old Folks’ count of whose accidental death was
Regardless of Cost—Call and Get a Bargain
Pedro Club waa held at the home of R. given in last week's Herald, was held at
R. Carlson on Tuesday evening, There | Carlron A Hemierson’s undertaking |*ar-
were twenty members present ami a ; lore last Sunday afternoon. Rev. M. B.
Here are the R<aaons Why:
Mr». I Parounagian preached the sermon. The
delightlul evening was spent.
-AND HAVE DRY FEET-
We are at a very little ex|H>nae.
George Kenney and Mrs. Alva Bevel > service was well attended by people of
Our a<lverti.ing exprnwe are amali.
tied the highest score for the ladies ! thia community, no relatives of the
THOSE NEW AMBEROL
We collect rent» and interest, while
The highest score by the gentlemen was deceased having been found. The burial
For th«* Edison Phonograph You Should call and hear them—the «weeleat and m«wt
Perfect imitation of the human voice ever produced by »rt. playing from 4 to 412
Other» pay rents mid interests.
won by Dan Metrgvr. The next meet was in the Gresham cemetery.
minutes. Always» glad to play for you—we enjoy the sweet strains ourselves
ing will lie at the home of Geo. 1 erile
The concert given by the Tabor Con-I
next Tuesday evening anil all members
company at the Grange hall, Gresh
are invited to lie present.
am, last Fritlav night, while not a sue-!
Fl'KNITt’KE AND l’NDKKTAK ING
Miss Maud Rowley has gone to San ice«» as to attendance on account eof al
"THE PEOPLES' CASH STORE"
GRESHAM, OREGON ♦
Francisco for a holiday visit.
NEW CARLSON BLIML, GRE8IIAM, ORE.
1 tad night, was of a high «pialitv and ♦ MAIN STREET.
Roy Giblin moved thia week into his won much praise from th«»*«* present.
Gresham Goncert B. I
Notice to the Public!
n s 11111111 of mt st A
B. W. Emery, Undertaker
A FEW OF THOSE BEAUTIFUL TRIMMED HATS
WE CAN UNDERSELL ANY FURNITURE HOUSE IN PORTLAND
Rain Next Week!
When You Buy for Christmas You Get Bargains Here
Crockery and Glassware
What did our grandmother« «Io? Thrv always made presents that were to be
of use in later life—something not lasting one day ouly.
YOU CAN DO AS WELL !
Why not open a bank account for sister, brother, son or daughter?
thing that will fie appreciated more than any gift. May lie
the turning ■ point to success in life.
F. B. STUART & CO
We have every convenience for caring for such accounts and will give
them our special attention.
Just one look at our Crockery and
Glassware l>epartnients will convince
you that we are loaded up with good
things in that line.
What could lie more appropriate than
an elegant Dinner Set of white or decor
ateli ware—something you can use the
Also Salad Sets, Water Sets, Individ
ual Cups and Saucers, Children's Mush
Sets, Children's Sets of Cups ami Sau
cers, Vases, Jardinieres, and Ornaments
of all kinds.
For the Children
O o - '
UR HOLIDAY STOCK has all arrived and we are prepared to take care
of your wants in this line. We can save you money in any class of
goods you may select.
Your Christinas Shopping should be done with some care and judg
ment and should run to that class of goods which can be of use and benefit
throughout the whole year.
Let ns show you our line of Furniture including Rockers for old and
young, Dining Chairs, Sewing Chairs, High Chairs, lanw’es in velvet, velour
and pantisote coverings; Dressers ami Chiffoniers. Very tine Iron Beds,
something swell to select from.
A fine lot of New Linoleums—just arrived.
An elegant line of Jap Furniture, such as Tables, Music Racks, Paper
Racks, Writing Desks, Stools and numerous other pieces.
We are Special Agents
Everything you want in Toys from
For Victor Talking Machine« and Records — the beat talking machines on
little to hig, we can surely fit you out.
earth and «*asy terms of payment.
Come early and make your selections.
Yon can buy and make a present of an Make your wife a prewant of a Lorain or Real Estate Range. She will appre
ciate it an«i you will get the Beet on Earth. We’re exclusive agents.
order on our store for any piece of goods
you want and the same will lie honored.
LAMBS HO*E JOURNAL PATTERNS
“GOODS OF QUALITY”
Men's and Ladies' Goods
We have a very tine line of Men’s
Neckwear, Fancy Suspenders in individ
ual boxes. Garter and Sleeve Supporter
Sets. Handkerchiefs in a great variety,
Silk Mufflers and Scarfs in a variety of
colors and prices.
Have secured from the factory direct
a nice line of latdies' Side anu Back
Combe, as cheap or as high as you want
Something new in Ladies’ Sweaters.
Must be seen to be appreciated.
a very appropriate Holiday present.
Make someone a present of a flat.
Buy your order andpresent the order to
anyone von wish. They can bring the
order to the store and select the tit and
color of hat they want—a nice and ap
propriate way to suit the person.
GRESHAM, OREGON I