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Entered a» aecond-clasa matter at the pxwtofllce at Gresham. Oregon
disregard other people’s proper
ty rights that grow with.prac
tice. Fence» are broken down,
gardens are despoiled, growing
crops are ruined while the owner
of the stock goes on uncon
cerned, waxing wealthy at his
neighbor's expense, looking un
concernedly on while the wrong
is being transact«!. Second, the
time is fast coming when more
intensive farming must be prac
ticed in this part of the county.
Farmers are cutting down their
acreage and they must individu
ally keep less stock. To secure
the required amount of returns
from small herds and better
grades of cattle will need to be
kept. Now pure-bred cattle and
running at large are out of the
question. Cross - breeding and
mixing of all sorts would surely
result. It would be a great in
justice to any breeder of good
stock to have his plans spoiled,
his herd degenerated, and the
returns from his efforts cut off
just for the convenience of some
one who had a few cattle of in
different quality, and hence con
sider their care of little import
until th« »urn of mon«y du* under the
provisions of this Act haa i*wn t«inl«rml
to the |<rtv or |wrtun taking up th«
•win«», nor shall any suit or action ba
maintain*! against th« ptirchaact of
such animals at said sale, or th« hair«
or assigns of such purchaser, until th«
amount |»aid by such purchaser for such
animals at said sale, with interest
thereon at the rate of ten |»er cent per
annum from the dale of said sale, shall
have barn tender*! to such purchaser,
lus heirs or assigns.
Gresham Real Estate
II«« Contract« on a iiuuilx'r of
Choice 40-Acre Tracts
Fur full )»artirii-
lar« call al our oftlvv in < irealta hi .
tt a <■ ü a • »a « <■ tati a « tt «t « <t a « <t a • ’
N. N. <»rr
w. J vrrr
R. H. CASWELL
<>|H<n to engagement for all kinds of
The Multnomah County Miit.ru and
A Slow Tihi«*|»i*'<* May C hmw You t*>
Itvturvr« Aiu«H'iatlon, I*, ol II., met
mi mi your car ; imaa an ap|MUntnivnt:
ini«« a bmdtir«»* Mngatf«*in«nt; <»r won*»
with I'lea.ant Valley Grange. Feb. '.’7.
y«t, you may la» 1< m » lai« to yuur wort
Owing to the inclemency o( the weath
au*l t<*«» your |*»«Hioti
er. the representation wag comparative
III T rill RE S RELIEF!
ly small. Thoae present w««r»
REAL ESTATE avi » EMPLOYMENT
t*«r«on», Mr«. D. McKay •nd Mr«. I
L'arma a Hpwciahy
Shattuck ot Gresham; II. . W. Simahall
And (kt a Good Reliable llmeplvce
OFFICE AT AKLKTA, OREGON
and Mr« M. Kronenberg of l*l<*«»ant
191 Morriaon Htrect
Valley; Arthur Young of l ent». Mr«.
Ida Thorpe. Rockwood; Mt. .1
Near Tap*« Koataurant.
Ashcraft, Fairview. Mi»» i Fox of the
Portland Library, «a» 1 prvwnt ■■ a
MAMBÍ.I AMI (IRANOE
visitor bill will henceforth bo admitted
as an honorary member.
The following officers were elected
President, E. F Huffman; vice-presi
dent, II W. Snaahall; secretary, Mrs.
All Kind* of < rmelery Work
J M. Ashcraft and lieasurer, Mrs. C.
Kstlmatvs un all r’aaae» of Work
Several important questions came up
tor diKUHion wbivb will be prevented
.‘Î.V, E. Morri »on At.
in the form of resolutions at the Pomona
Phone East 423 !
ami tbe State Grange.
H. M. CHITWOOD
Fred I). Flora
E. B. DUFUR
seems to be something wrong.
Incapable men and brutal treat
ment have been charged for a
long time now and it does seem
EMEMBER that you are an that there must be some grounds
W. W. MINAR
individual and not a grain of for the charge that certain in
STAK SERIAL BEGINS
dust or blade of grass. Teach dividuals have a ‘stand in’ with
yourself how to think good the powers that control the ap
There it ait art'« In ihit number w uh
By common consent of the Associa
thoughts. Get acquainted with pointments. The county rock
»big jollín it. DON’T MISS IT.
tion, Bro F. M Gill, Supt. ol Contest,
IHaaolutlon of Partnership.
yourself. If you wish to succeed, pile should be a county economy,
For an Act to prohibit animals from
You know tome of th« thing«
will l*e askni to lake an average of the
Notice in hereby given that the part*
grow in solitude. Out in parks and not a burden adding to the running at large in Multnomah County, credits of each subordinate grange for nvrship heretofore existing between
Evttvaouv’i htl done.
T HIS IS
Peter Autunsen ami A. II Stenslaml.
or up in your hall bedroom work expense of caring for its charges. Oregon, west o( th« San<ly River, and tbe other five months and that thia Cleone,
Oregon, under the firm name of
average be placed to the credit ol such Antonnen A Stensland. in thin Hth day
with books and thoughts and I
There it » «tory by the •• Pig» ft
Be it enacted by tiae People of the
granges as fell below for the month of of February, HM>, <hsm>lv*l Gy mutual
Pig« ” nun ihit it one long «che of
Nature as your friends. Con
State of Oregoo
laughter, «nd back ot theae t,wi«l
stant craving for indiscriminate IT WOULD be a fine thing for Be it enact*! by the legislative At- January. It is hoped that if Mr. Gill
The fishing husinenn will l»e continued
agrees, the granges that had dropped
feature« a big, hoc EviaraowT
A II .Stenaland, who I«
company is a sure sign of an un I parents in this part of the sembly of the State ot Oregon
font, will resume the work and re-enter autborixrd to •etti« tbe affair* <»f Ihr
M agazin «.
P INTONSI \
The Association tender a •aid firm.
p>n »Al.a ar -
A. II HTEVM.AND.
hours of your time in company folks in the proposed poultry into efftH l, be unlaw fill for cattle, horse«, vote of thank« to the Pleasant Valley
mult*«, sheep, g'»aU>, or hog* to run at
I Hl (iKLSHAM DRUG CO.
and conversation with those who contest for boys and girls under large in that part of Multnomah County, Grange tor the generous hospitality Brow n.
know as little as you do. There eighteen years of age. The di Oregon, which lies west of the Sandy ¡«shown them.
The next meeting will I m * held at
are few persons of average abil rectors of the Fair Association River.
| Gresham the second Saturday in June.
BLAESINC GRANITE CO.
Section 2. Any animal enumerateti
ity but what could make some
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thing of themselves if they year for the best showing on in Section 1 of this act. found running Multnomah <«range met in all-<lay
would use one-half the energy several points, not yet fully de at large in Multnomah County, west <»( seaaiun Feb, 27, with a good attendance.
tiie Sandy River, may tn* taken up, by
they waste seeking amusements termined upon, but one of the anv person, who Mball thereupon im . The morning session was «levoUil to
I business and two applications for mem*
simply to kill time. We are ev things will undoubtedly be a dis mediately notify the owner ther*»f, if I be rah ip were received. It was reported
the owner la* known; if such owner be that a large horse-shed would I m » com*
ery one of us on a long journey.
Why not let each day’s march chickens grown by young people unknown to the person so taking up pleteti before the next meeting The
have its own separate sort of under the age of eighteen. To such animals, lie ¡»hall, within one dav resignation of Sister Ikilan ss lecturer
enter into such a contest it will thereafter, post notices describing the wait received and accept*! and a vote of
beauty to travel through?
animals, with reasonable certainty, and
be necessari,’ for contestants to stating where said animals are kept thanks tender*! her for her faithful
in the office (or the j»ast two years.
begin early, as the best showing Such notices shall i»e j»osted in three work
Brother Wood was elect*! to till the
E ARE in receipt of a letter
will surely be made by the early public places in the vicinity where said vacancy Ih'legate* to the County Con
requesting that we collect a
birds. Full details of the essen animals are so taken up. Said notice vention were elected a* follows John
lot of data on planting things ’in
tials of the contest will be work shall also be published in one issue ot a Sleret, R. I. Anderson and A. B. Wood
weekly newspa|>er published nearest to
the moon' or according to ’the
ut--. m II Wh«M-i.-r, 11 M Wood
ed out soon and anyone wishing the residence of the person taking up
signs’. Now we never planted
anti Will Creswell. After a bountiful
to try for the prizes that will be such animal, w hich publication shall lie ilinner an hour was spent on a literary
a thing in the moon, and. as to
offered may secure a copy. It in the first issue of said paper after program and Hon. B. C. Altman gave
'the signs’, have absolutely no
would be well to collect a number posting of said notices.
tbe grange a talk on the work of the |
faith in them. So extreme has
of hens, not less than six nor Section 3. The owner, or his agent, legislature follow*! by a general discus
may retake possession of his animals sion. Bro. Wood promises a good pro
baen our disregard for such un
more than four dozen, separate
intelligible, unexplainable, super them from the other chickens, from tbe person so taking them up, at gram for next grange day.
anv time prior to the sale thereof, as
stitious, unscientific theory of
keep accurate account of the hereinafter provided, by first tendering Pleasant Valley Grang»* met in
action that we haven’t even
eggs, cash receipts, cost of feed, to such |a»rson his charges for so taking lar sesaion Saturday and wax well
taken time to investigate. If
buildings, etc., time of setting, them, which shall be as follow-: Fifty attended. Regular businrM wan Iran
we had potatoes to plant, cab number of eggs set, number cents |>er day lor each head of cattle, »acted and full justice «lune to a tine
horses or mules; and twenty five cents
bage to set out, fences to build,
hatched, kind of feed used, and per day for each head of sheep, bogs or dinner. Tbe members and visiting
For Eantrrn Multnomah and ('larkaman ( ountu n.
meat to kill, eggs to set, trees to
Masters and I^ecturers Association lis
number matured. This will do goats, to the |»erson taking up the same, tened
to a fine program under tbe abb*
prune, or animals to emasculate,
to start on and further advice for the time he has held it, and also the leadership of Mm. Jennie Kronenberg
the time of action was deter
cost of publishing the notices in the («rant Sager, W. F. Moore and Jennie
will be furnished later.
newspaper, ss in this art provided for. Kronenberg were elected an delegates to
mined by opportunity, condition
Section 4. At the expiration of one the County Convention which meets at ,
of the soil or a sharp instrument,
OME INTEREST is being day after the notice to the owner or Gresham, March 13. Alternates are
all other things to the contrary.
E. 8. Jenne, A. B. ('raft and (>us Richey
shown in various parts of agent, or at the expiration of five days
No successful, intelligent, up-to-
eastern Multnomah in reference
A Pleasant Pkysk.
date, thinking, hustling farmer,
to the new herd law that has re notice in a newspaper, as provided in When you want a plra.nnt physic
Section 2 ot thia act, the person so tak* give Chatnb«rlain'» 8t<>in»< h and Liver
horticulturist, stockman, of the
cently passed affecting the run ing up said animal shall advertise the tablet» a trial They are tnil.l an,| gen
present day would ever give ‘the
ning at large of stock in parts of same for sale by publishing in the news* tle in their action and always produce a
moon’ or ‘the signs’ the time
pleaeant cathartic effect. Call at Gresh
the county west of the Sandy j>a|»er designated in said Section 2, a am
Drug Company's »tore for free
that would be required to read
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river. We append the law in notice of sale, which shall contain the sample.
1 Golf Junction
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this article. They realize that
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full below for the benefit of description re«piir*i to be given in the
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notice« of taking up of such animal, or
industry and attention to busi
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those who have not seen it. animals, and shall state that on a day
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ness are the instrumentalities by
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Comments both favorable and and hour named therein, which shall
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which satisfactory results are
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adverse are being p assed pretty not be less than five nor more than ten
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freely. We suggest that rash days after the date ot publication of said
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notice, he will, at the place when*
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statements be withheld until the sale
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said animal, or animals, have t*en kept
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HERE SEEMS to be a good new law has had a chance to since taking up, sell tlie same at public
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deal of dissatisfaction among show its merits before treating auction, to the highest bid<ler, for rash
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those who are close enough to it roughly or maligning its sup in hand. Said person a<lvertising said
know about the management of porters. There are arguments animal, or animals, for sale shall also,
the road work centered about on both sides of the question. on or liefore the date ot publication of
said sal»* notice, post three written or i
The county is There are a lot of poor people print*! copies of said sale notice in
sinking a lot of money in the im who can scarcely afford to keep three public places in the vicinity where
provements that are going on their cattle at home all the time. said animals were so kept and to be sold.
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there or in that vicinity. They The grazing season offers a »Section 5. The proceeds of said sales
shall be applied to the payment of the
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Beem to be spending about twice chance for cheap food and con
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charges ot the person taking tip said
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as much as they need to do to ditions seem to justify turning animals, as in thia act provided, and
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get the results that are being stock out to take advantage of the surplus, if any, shall be paid to the '
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secured. This seems to be due the feed that is going to waste. county rierk of the county in which the GRESHAM,
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to inefficient superintendence, to And then there is the advantage sale has been made, and shall l>e paid
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organized intention to get as of having weeds and grass kept by order of the county court of said >♦♦♦•♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
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county to the owner of the animals wol<l,
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much money as possible for the1 down. r
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have said this upon due proof being made before said < >
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least expenditure of effort. It you have said about all that is to court.
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I Lenta Junction
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Js said that some of the foremen be said. It is clearly a mistaken Section 6. The person taking lip ani
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are habitually drunk, and that idea that our stock should fatten
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the men are all levied on for a on some other person’s 1 feed, come a purchaser at said sale.
Hectioo 7. All young animals under
stock supply of refreshments, even if he is not using it. If a six months old, when ax-com pan i*l with
and that a fellow loses his job if man cannot feed the stock that their mothers, are exempt from the
he doesn’t connect up with the, he calls his why should he con- operation of this act.
A. M ggurw In Komin. P. M. ilfiirei In black.
HYLAND BROS. !
crowd. Where a man could haul tinue to keep them? The ! run- Section M. No suit, action or pro-1 !
iwt-ôtii, opfwj»it<* i*<mtoifi<-i'
reeding shall be maintained in anyconrt | :
lunction°r’,K",‘ °Ub C*,"'rnah |,,rk “nd W»J I”*»»*, change cars at Golf
eight or ten loads of rock he ning of stock at large is a nui- to recover the possession of any animal j
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hauls four or five, and so on sance that is evident in many taken up, from the person so taking it , PORTLAND,
For Lenta, Mt Scott and eutiide pointa, change car« at I^nta Junction.
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John Brown, Rockwood, Agent
General Office., Firat and Alder Hta„ P oktlako , O bmoh .