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BEAVER STATE HERALD
GRESHAM, MULTNOMAH CO., OREGON. FRIDAY. MAY 7. 1909
Subscription, $1.50 a Year.
DAY A SUCCESS
Oregon Pioneer Goes Last.
FAIR DATE POST
PONED ONE WEFK
W. Proctor Injured.
Oregon the Best.
G. H Sunday ha» return«) from a
W. Proetor, of K«*l«o,m»*t with an ar*
aixty-day visit in the East. He haa
cident Thursday afteruoou oi laat week
been seeing the country from Oregon to
that near!y ctml him bis life. Jooarud
Pansy I vania, and report* that Oregon
Brow, were having their donkey en
anita him I «eat of all He went eaat
gine moved tu their mill. Mr. Proctor
over the N. P , stopping at Missoula.
eame driving along the mad andc*ro««ed
Account of Other Fairs.—State tile cable and drove «»ver to the aide ol j Much Interest Shown in Market Mont»-, and Kan«» City. The return
Some Eating, Some Trading
trip was made over the U. P. and D. &
the road. He then got out of hit wagon
Appropriation ol $500 Now
And Fine Wheather Make
Day Plans. Decided To
R. G. He reports having a fine time
«ml «larted to walk back a«ro«*a the
Ready. Big Plans.
Day To Remember.
but ia glad to get back home and of
cable, when the »tump to which it wan
Make Monthly Event.
course could not pass Gresham by. He
fastened broke, the cabh* striking him
will lie in the vicinity till Monday
l.ast Monday was the regular i on th»* thigh and hurl«*! him a I «out 40
The fir it market day for Gresham
It was thought by some that on ac when he goes to Ashland.
meeting time for the Fair Board tu feet against a fence, cutting a big gn»h
has |ia»si-d and gone, lint Ila Im-
meet. A gtwid attendance was pres on hia h«*ad and bruising bis leg badlv. count of the Council meeting on Tues
pressloti will not be forgotten
ent and considerable work was ac Ilf ia gettling «long aa well as could be day night, the meeting of the Commer
day was niemor
After considerable dis expected and will no doubt recover in a cial Club would tie abandoned for that
Fun for the children! Even the older
■ was superb
evening as several officer» of the league on«*f enjoy a ride on our big steam Mer-
cussion It was decided that owing few week«.
It would not hav
1 half so good
i are also councilman and the league ry-GoRouod. Moving picture«, free,
to the Interference of the stock
by the man
If It had been ol
meet» in the town ball. But nothing every night. Locate«! on Main street,
show at the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific
Roberts Avenue to be Improved.
eould check the interest in the move near Stuart*« »tore. Only a few day«.
Exposition that It would be beat to
Io I m * pleasant,
At the Council mwuting on Tuesday ment for a bigger and better communi Come I
hold our fair one week later. The
being hot. Idea
my lime or
season Is somewhat backward and it was decided to «instruct sidewalks ty, especially on the eve of Market l>ay.
tlist MTihwl a good reason why such on South Rolierts Avenue. A petition There was a big meeting and everyone
came from all direction» and place«
a delay would be ad vían ble. A din signed by the property-holders will be present was a booster.
Mail matter addressed to the follow
They came to see, Io enjoy and to do
Brief reports were made on various
citaslou of l hi need« of the aanocla-
ing }«rties is advertiaed as uncalkd lor
The merchants did
matters now pending, but everything
tion was then taken up and It wan arrangements made for the work.
j at the postoffice of Gresham, and unless»
I heir pacta, cut their prices on a
J. 11. T. Thatcher and »on, J. Thatch
I claimed, will be sent to the I lea* I letter
goodly number of things and the
Ing would lie necessary, better horse er, were arrested on Thursday by Mar was to come on the morrow, the first
spirit of the town was to make the
Office on May 15.
sheds and pens for other stock.
shal Gullicksoti for peddling hams with in this locality. The Ways and Means i Bruno Tlaliooo
day »at ►factory to all that came,
A letter from the Secretary of out a peddler'» license. When brought i Committee reported that about $40 had j B. W. Collins
The onl thing that see mod lacking
State Informed the directors that the before Recorder Rolierts they made var- | lieen collected from the business men
was i hr number of artici«*« off «red
Miss Mabel Smith
appropriation from the state was at ions excuses and plearl guilty. A fine and others to defray expenses of enter-I
Hut flier«* were a large
th>- association's disposal and would ot «■• was assessed on each. The father tainrnent on Wednesday.
number »T horse«. row», pigs, rulla
Do It Now.
The questions of the day ami frequen
be ready for them at the appointed paid up and the son left town on a sus
and »cvvrnl pieces of farm machin
Prcdihlnq at Baptist ( hurt h.
...... to get
Now is the time
rid of your
cy of holding the Market were thor
time If the necessary acknowledge pended sentence.
ery that pave the »ale a wide range ’
can do so by
There will I m - preaching »ervice» lx>tb ments are made. This appropria
■-‘-’ s i Liniment. Nine
Frank McMurray ami family have
and should have found plenty of
decided as the best and once a month esses out of ten are «imply inescular
morning and evening. Sunday May 9th, tion gives the association $50**. moved into the Giuder house.
ready buyer» and In general the i
in the Baptist Church. E Elmo Kobin- which will be u»t*d to apply on the
C. E. Pugh baa purchased a fine new for the present. Saturday was consi rheumatism due to «lamp or cold, or
»ah»« were satisfactory.
It was a j
der«! but as the main object of the day chronic rheumatism, and yield to the
IriMMJIl fu.' all and next little It la i mm, Christian minister from Portland premium list for this year, and a automobile, a Carter friction gear. It
vigorous application of this liniment.
will conduct the services. All are cor- like amount will be allowed for next will l*e used in connection with the is to get people to bring things to sell Try it You are certain to 1« delighted
hoped that a »till larger and more
with the quick rebel which it affords.
real estate business ol Thompson A
varied array of salable ar tic !**» will i
kinds of produce, it was thought that a Sold by Gresham Drug Co.
For this last assistance much Pugh.
I»«* on hand.
readier market would lie found in the
credit Is due to Mr. H. G. Altman,
The big free dinner at th«* Grange
Mi»» Marie Cathey, of Corvallis, and
Gird ot ihdnks.
who worked so faithfully at the laat
middle of the week. If Saturday were
Hull pax* cd off fine. with a good bai-
1 lu*rrby winh to rxpren«* my •iM«,t*r«* legislature for th*- appropriation.
chosen, any produce that was unsold Weekly Ore gonian »nd Herald only $2
an« e of lood left over, evidencing
I hunk* to tlu* ineniliur« u( the <M«1 k»*l- Some persona have questioned th*- »(¿Portland, were guests at the
would necessarily have to be carried j
the fact thut those who provided
low i « ii «I \\‘t h »• Inwii liMlg«!», Mini to the advisability of state aid for such en Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cathey,
a.” possible so that buyers in the vari
over to the next week.
thia part of the day’» program were
kital fri»*mli» «ml relMtiv«*«», f«»r their terprises. But since the purpose of
Wednesday, June 2nd, is the date for ous lines could he notihed. Addreee,
not und**rrntli«g their rvsponslblll-
E 1* Smith goes to Welches
many kimliictM**« «n<! tympatby «luring this association wan and is the hold«
Clerk of Market Day, or Secretary of
the next Market Day.
tl«*a. Th«* ball game proved a good
t<* gather rhododendron» to supply the
my late l»ervavemenl.
Commercial Club, H. L. St. Clair, for
feature, but It is questionable If it
Mu«. II. W G ookr . i fit, Mr. Alttnan dld just what some trade in this vicinity. Mr. Smith is of the first event. May 5th. It is urged any information.
wax not begun a little too early In
The Club meets every Tuesday night
other representatives did- looked making Gresham famous as a nursery that articles for sale should tie listed
tow n and produce» first-class stock.
the Town Hall.
It has been pretty well advertised
Fall in line—lx* a booster. No knock-
Ala>ut fifty renewals and new sub- |
while at the same time advising the
already that the tlrat WrdneRdny In era in (irenham.
expenditure of state money for an scriptions were received on Market
June will be th»* next market day.
Dav at The Herald office. The names
Let uh ill get together and b « m * If •••••••••••••••••••••••••s enterprise that could not help to do make a long list of loyal, progressive
that one < an not he even mor«* xue-
Beautiful Wentern Comedy-
Altman hns never bad public credit supporters of the popular home w eekly.
<«t»»fully bundled than thia one. Be
for the favor, he may be sure he It pays to be alert and siexe the oppor
gin early to consider what you can
the appreciation of the entire tunities when they come. Don't fail to
a association and the community at stauii by that most necessary factor in
The Cash Method is the more direct method for both buyer
•THE HONOR OF A COWBOY”
the up-building of a community—the
large should feel likewise.
Iti four Act» Xcsm* I m I<1 in Montana In
and seller and leads to a better understanding and better satis
Mr. Maurice Collina, wtio hai» been
in<&. Play lasts two atui a half hour»
Miss Jessie Beard was obliged to
•¡»cnding a few wv»*k« \*itli thè homo
faction all around.
By lusted Public Si bool In the
leave her school work today on account
folk», ha« rrturmi! to hi« ranch in patt
Take a good look at these prices. Come and let us show
ern Washington, and Jan««*» Collina haa
» I-. M Sharp
WE MEAN EYERY WORD WE SAY!
Mrs John Faris has gone to Corvallis
returned bora« from hia ranch In that
e Adults 25c. Childr'n, under lft. 15c
for a brief visit with her son George,
nrction nf thè alate (or a few wrrka viaìt. a
Coffee and Cake, 10c extra.
J. R Sbellenlierger. o* the Brown who is attending O. A. C.
Ile rattorta thè crcpa louking well
Lumlter Co., and L. J. Lisk from Mis
Gresham Grange meets Saturday at
soula Montana, were in town Tuesday. 10:30 a. nt. A good attendance is re
Tlt«>d<>re Brugger bamied the editor quested. Degree work in the morning.
several samples of potatoes grown on
Ere*I Fieldhouse is out again after a
his ground that weighed two pounds struggle with the grippe.
We now have plenty for everybody—3 carloads — Barley, and
J. D. Lev* of Portland, was in town
llamll«*« Everything nrede«l for the kitchen an«l table—That*« ns! We
high-grade Shorts and Bran. Best country Shorts, Low for cash.
Mrs. Curtis of Portland ami Mrs. Jen Thursday. He was looking after the
have sel«*<*led our »t«M*k with ear«», s«*l«*cle<l only th«» freshest and b«*st, |
kins of Ia-banon. have been visiting with new road leadiug south from Wilson.
ami sell them right. Ilon«*st meaturi* nml goo«I goods is uur motto, "
that's whv |H*ople come t«> ii*« for Gr«a*eri«»s when tliev want the best.
Mrs. Joe. Downing tne past week.
J. J. Swain, a photographer ol Mon-
Full lines ol Flour, Cereals, Sugars, Spires, Flavoring Extracts, Cannetl
We will receive in a few days a carload of celebrated
Work is being rushed on the new tavilla. was in town thia week looking
Fruit«, Canned Meats, Tea«, Coffee«, Confectionery, Etc., Etc. Try u«.
Howitt Rtiililing, north of the Bank, for a location.
’’ CCLfYC For the garden, Held <»r flower bed, in bulk or package, - I nml it is hoped to have it ready for the
Mr. Townsend, a fi ret-clans black-
* The kind that grows." Our sr«*ds art* grown from the
, occupants by July 1st.
smith, recently from Wisconsin, found
(*hoir«*«t stock ami put up by men who know their busi-
The postoffice did a thriving business a position at once in Goodfellow's shop.
which we will be able to put on the market as low or lower
nens. 11 you want early \egetiiblr« nml hits *>f ’em you must have good
on Market Day as stsnips sold thirteen
< > seedn. Get your seed« of iim .
heretofore. Please save your order and take advantage
Mrs. Bell, of Portland, has taken
for a quarter on that day.
I charge of *he Gresham Hotel, the of this cheap price for Cash.
Mrs. Stoker spent Wednesday in town
change taking place last Friday. The
lookiny after her property. She has
holstery will l>e remodeled and improv
I rentnl her property south of the hotel
Main Street, Gresham
GRANITEWARE GIVEN AWAY!
ed. The proprietress is experienced in
to a photographer.
hotel work and there will no doubt be
have a large assortment of the celebrated
Altout ten carloads of potatoes have
a decided improvement under the new
been ship|>ed from this point during the
Onyx Enameled Ware
Report Submitted to the Slate, (condensed), of the condition of the
past week. The price is now at the top
E. F. Heillere and wife have rented
at very low prices for cash. A GIFT
notch. A Portland daily said a week
rooms ami will take up their residence
WITH EVERY PURCHASE!
ago that there were not more than forty
in Gresham early next week.
at Gresham, In the State ol Oregon, at the dose of business April 28, 1909.
carloads in the state in the hands of the
Heillere is the engineer who will take
farmers. Powell Valley ia the great
charge of the Gresham Oil and Gas
Ioann and discounts...............................
potato growing s«-tion.
Iteveloping plant at this place.
Bonds, securities, etc ...... .................
The Ben Halstead 2D-acre tract near
FOR FARM PRODUCE THIS WEEK
Banking house, furniture nml fixtures
Word has been received by Mr». Han
Damascus has l>«*n s»*hl to Fxl Webb,
Due from approveil reserve banks
son that her sister. Miss Stella Alexan
Butter, per roll,
40 and 50c
who comes to thia section from the
Checks «ml other nah IteM
der. has been taken quite sick and ia
Cash on Itami...........................................
White Salmon country in Washington
now in the hospital at Spokane.
T otal ,..............................................
The sale was made through the Gresh
Veal, per lb., -
9 and 9Jc
am Real Estate Co.
Hogs, per lb.,
91-2 and 10c
Have you seen one of those Gresham be quite sick.
Capital stock paid in ............................................
4 and 4 l-2c
envelopes? If you want to register as a
Surplus fund .........................................................
Mutton, per lb.,
Undivided profits, less expense» and taxes paid
5 and 5 l-2c
Booster come around to The Herald and it«! Mrs. Naugle at University Park
Individual deposits subject toeheck
Hides, per lb.,
order a bunch to use when you w rite to last Sunday.
llemand certificate» of deposit
Time certificates of deposit....................................
15 and 16c
Albert Johns of Chicago, has just pur- en by the ladies Aid Society, has been
T otal ,.........
Springers, per lb.,
18 to 20c
cltas«l through the Gresham Real postponed for the present.
STATE OF OREGON,
Estate Co., the If. C. Wihlon tract of 20
Don’t forget the lecture tonight at the
County <>f Multnomah,
acres on the Base Line road.
M. E. Church by Dr. Benjamin Young,
I, E mil G. K ardkll , Cashier of the nltove mentioned bank, do solemnly
The sermon by M. C. Reed last Sun pastor of the Taylor Street M. E. Church
swear that the atsive report is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
E mu . <1. K aroki . i , Cashier
day night at the Metluslist Church was nt Portland. Dr. Young is one of the
Hnbacrilted and sworn to
listen«! to by a large audience and was most tlueut and logical s|>eakers in the
A. M kykrs
before nip thia 4th day <d
much enjoy«!. The pastor will preach northwest ami every citizen of Gresham
“THE MOST IN QUALITY AND QUANTITY’’
T hkoinirk B rvugxr
next Sunday morning ami evening. All should avail themselves of this oppor
E mil G. K ahorli .
A. M kvkhs ,
tunity to bear him.
W. (i. Fath«/, «0 <»l«l-lint« rr«hl«*til ol
till» m *<*I idii who liaw liv»»l on th«* ««Id
('«they farm «1 C**«Urvlll« «Inc« 1M&3,
)«dl for « »lx month*« viait with i«*lativ«K
tn tli»* Eaat, Munday u( thi« w«*«*k. II«*
1» a<*t*otn|>ahiwd by bit two brother«,
John Cathey, of Humbult County, Cal.,
and Itobert Cathey, of Ireton, M iwnhii I
Alter l»eing ««|>araled from bin two br< •
I her» in the writ lur «»ver 5*» year»,
Itolierl ('«they .aiue weat a few month«
air<> to vi»il them an«l other rel«tiv« a. |
While in MiNMiuri the thr«*«* brotb«*m
uml their only «later, Mr««. Mary Epper
son, ol l<eelon. Mieaotiri, will Buhl a re*
union. <>1 a iamlly of nine, only four
Mr C»th«*v «ill visit hi« daughter,
Mi* John lotlioe. of lireenvilh, III.,
who is well known around Gresham, A
lew of Mr. Cathey*« children and grand* i
< lnldren «pent Bunday w$th bim at th«*
home of bis «laughter, Mrs. S. C. Jones,
Th<»ee present w«*rv
Kolirr t Calhev, of I-ret on, Mo.; John
Cathey, of BricelamL Cal.; Dr. B A.
Cathey and wife, «»I ('orvalli«. Ore. ,MI«e
Marte ( 'nthey, Miss Evelyn Cathey ami
Collie Cathey, of Corvallis, Ore ; Dr.
Georg«* A. Cathey, of Fortland, Mias'
Mary Cathey, of Portland, am! Clarence
D. Calbvy ami wife of Greeham.
: A MODERN GROCERY
SHORTS Al $28 A TON
F. B. STUART & CO
FIRST STATE BANK
WE ARE PAYING THE FOLLOWING PRICES
HOWITT & CO'S. CASH STORE