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GRESHAM, MULTNOMAH CO., OREGON, FRIDAY, JULY 2, 1909.
Subscription, $1.50 a Year.
Experience ol an Expert in Cul
Money to be Made.
The pluming and care of f< r»*«t trrr«
h.ivv la*rn • nrrlrd oh for tM’vvral years
how by Blate i••»rmter V I’ llnwr« of
Connect p »it with Imi tt ihig result*
Mr. IlmoMf* eiprrh t» «•. b«dl<d doNvn to
a few- line«, Ihdlrah-a Unit f«»r aandy.
«•bmp laud«, mi < b ns u«rr lined for
i «“»t «-f the » <i><Tim< :i(H. ilte !■••• t trees
ar«’ pities white Kohli, Norway and
pitch It appears that In the lung run
white plow Is the brM, the trees being
cheaper and the growth through a I
term of year« l»elng equal to any arm
the lumber of good market valor. Ttir
Norway pine Is also considered very
antbfartory, although the trees coot
more nt the OU tart. '¡'tie Boot« li pine Is
a very rapid grower ami will do well
for planting In o | m * ii apace«, white
pities re<|ulrlng some shade of bunbra
or tiriish to do II« lM»«t fit the shirt.
Two year old tree« are m<>M antlafar
The young pines ran lw bought for
n!»oiil $3 | mt thoii«iiiid nnd
mid nt five
Six fret npnrt nrr net l.fiOO to the acre
In fairly <»|»en lnn<l the coat **f plant*
Ing w as $1.70 p«*r Ihnuaand. with high
er eoMts in rough or bushy ground Ex
nndnnflon <»f n number of old planta
tions of white pine in the «tnfe Indi
cates Hint with cheap hind« and low
cost planting the |>lne would prove
profitable iin a crop, paying at lra»d 5
jmt »ent romp« und Interval nt present
price« «if liimiur. with every probabil
ity that prl’-rs will l»r hl/hrr l»v the
time plniitlngn now made are ready for
A SHAKING UP
IN THE LEAGUE
Wes Very Suddenly.
Market I My, Ju y 7.
Haying Is Now
You will find no better <
place than HOWITT’S to
supply of Tools for the
<>ne <4 the prettiest welding« of the
seufMin occurred Mt St. .Marita church.
Portland, on Tueadoy evening, whwo
Mi«*» Katherine Kent of Port la ml and
I >r. H. P. Bittner were united in holy
The Giants and Meats Get a matrimony.
.Mias Kent was one of Portland’« ac-
rotnplliihed youn# ladies and a graduate
name of the Good BamaGuan hospital.
Or. Brittncr haa gained a wide ac-
(piaintaiice at Gresham where he is
highly respected, Ixjth a» a man and a
Interurban League standing.
IxMkt. F <•_ physician.
The ceremony Uiok place at 8:30 and
t’tdon Must <’o...................
was attended by a large number oi
friend« of the bride and Room. !>r and
Mr«. Bittner left at once for an extend
W HI*nMrtte Iron Work«
.1«« ed trip to Beattie, Vancouver and other
lu m gftmv rrplvt«« with gixxl playing pointe. They will return in a few weeks
by Iwitii trail»«» th»* Grrsbam Giant« ami Le at home to their friend« on Hob
took last Bunday*« gnme from Rm*«vl- rrts Avenue, thia city.
villr by a ««ore of 5 to 4. The game w«s
fM«t from the «tart and gave I lie fan«
plenty of excitement. Among the ex
cellent feature« of the game was f »ur
Kotiert I». Strau«, in tbe rm
lao*Itagg'-r« by Town «end out of four I - r I M«-t/a> r,
very di-hlri I
time« at the l»at.
This toeaer of the noon la«t Tuesday,
I WrafM-d had
sphere is also handy with the »tick. subject to heart
The game was one of the beet that has
been played in th
Eorks, Rakes, Rope an
and all things used in haying.
I thing well in hand.
Tbe matter of
cleaning up and putting the ground« in
»bape was placed io the hands of a g«M«i
' committee. It »u arranged to have good
I>oet» set and wires stretched so that
> people could not crowd onto the track
I for foot races or the l«ll diamoml. Tt>w
Commercial Club and Celebra method would also enable more to see
i the sport«.
tion Committees Act on
The sports committee said tbe horse
races would be on Main street and waa
j going to be an interesting leatnre. There
would be very little if any delays be-
The Commercial Club held a well at- ' 1 tween tbe heats of tbe trotting race an
tended meeting on Tuesday night, the tbe time would be filled in with other
two main subjiu-ts of consideration be races and everyone would be required to
ing the Fourth <>t July celebration and come up to the scratch.
H. E. Davie was the unanimous choice
the proponed Cherry Festival. The date
He will ap-
for the Festival baa In-en fixed as July for Marshal of the Day.
17 and the arrangements are in the poini several assistants.
hand* of an excellent committee heated calle-1 for a final meeting of tbe com
bv E. P. Smith, Gresham’s well-known mittees at tlie Town hall on Tbnrwiay
fruiltuan. It »»« thought that about night. Thia meeting will add tbe
the middle of July would be the right finishing touches to the preparations
time although there «», some uncer snd everything will move ofl like clock
tainty an to the time cherries would be work on Saturday, July 3rd.
ripe. The plan is to have an exhibit of will be flying, tl igs waving and every-
l*a< Iced cherries and an almndance of b>eiy will be welcomed to tbe t>ig cele
I‘X> m *. luscious fruit for free distribution. bration at Gresham.
The Festival will be thoroughly adver
tised in Portland at the hotels and real
The Fourth of July committees had
Theodore Schacht who has been work
been called to meet at tbe same time ing for tbe Brown Lumber Co, met
and place with the Commercial Club so with a very serious accident Tuesday
that when the reports of special com which has already cost him a leg and
mittees was called for Mr. Davis, chair eudangered his life.
He was felling
man of tbe general arrangements com trees when in some manner one came
mittee. appointed by tbe (Tub. took the down and caught him between a dead
ehair and all the celebration committees tree and the falling one. He was hur
reported. It was decided to add $2a to ried to tbe Good Samaritan hospital itr
the iM already appropriated to the Portland, where tbe doctors found it
sports committee to be used as addition necessary to amputate one leg above tbe
al prize money for the races.
The re knee. He is in a very serious condition
mote of tbe committees showed evrry- at present.
Theodore Schacht Injured.
TIL YOU GET OUR PRICES.
WHY pay big fancy prices for Flour whenf^j
Flour on the market at $1.50 a sack.
Watch for them at
WE ARE PAYING THE FOLLOWING PRICES
Butter, per roll,
Veal* per lb., -
Hogs, per lb.,
Beef, per lb.,
Mutton, per lb.,
Hides, per lb.,
Chickens, per lb.,
Springers, per lb.,
Wool, per lb.
35 and 50c
7} and 8c
9 1-2 and 10c
3 1-2 and 3 3-4c
13 and 14c
E rrs »
HOWITT & GO'S. CASH STORE
"Till: MOST IN ql AI ITY AND QUANTITY-’
Re)s>rt <d the Condition of the
FIRST STATE BANK OF GRESHAM
in the State of Oregon, ut the close of business Julie 23d, 1909.
loans and discounts....................................
Bonds, securities, etc.................................
Banking bouse, furniture and fixtures
Due from approved reserve banks
Cash on hand.................................................
T otal ,....................................................
this shake up in tile |>ercenräg
column came about by a claim that
these two teams bail in their employ a
player who received a compensation,
which is against tbe rulesol the league.
The loss of these games only intensitj
the situation between the Meats
the Giants, who are neck and neck
tbe championship so far. Toniori
July 3, these two teams meet on
local grounds and it is evident
will In-a battle royal on this occasiiHE
It is already being whispered around
by Ians from both towns that therv is
going to l>e real ball playing on that
date aixl if you are a lover of the Nation
al game you should get in the front row
oods at Cut Prices
¡rries, Spring Wagons, Farm
Farm Implements, Harness,
Lots lor Sale.
I.«»ts I, 2 ami 3, Block 1, Thompson*«
Addition to Gresham, $4<X) cauli. L. E.
Thompson, 324 Worcester Bk» Portland.
Beginning July 29, 1WW, poetoffice
will clone at 7 p. in.
Sundays and holidays office open from
9 a. m. to 10 a. nt.
Mail leaving office going to Estacada,
Sandy, etc., at 5:V> a. tn. and 3:10 p.
Mail leaving office for Portland 7:40
a. ni. and 4 :55 p, in.
I. M c C oll , P. M.
\Ve have no agents at Gresham, Oregon City,
Capital slock paid in................................
Surplus fund ..............................................
Due to hanks and banker«
Individual deposit« subject to check
Demand certificates of deposit..........
Time certificates of deposit...................
T otal , ..........
STATE OF OREGON,
County of Multnomah,
I, Exit. G. K ariirll , Cashier of the almve mentioned bank, do solemnly
swear that the above report is true to the beat ol my knowledge and belief.
E mil G. K ahuki . i , Cashier
Subscribed and «worn to
liefore me thi« 30th day of
A. M rvrrh
T hrohorr B rvihirr
•lillit-, I'' ''
A. M kyim ,
E mil G. K ardri l
There will be a Cherry Festival at
Gresham on Saturday, July 17th. Free
cherries will lie distributed and exhibits
made. All day. A fine program from
2 to 4 p. m. At Fair Grounds Pavilion.
Free, everyliody welcome.
Vancouver or other nearby towns,
so we can make LOW PRICES AT PORTLAND.
. . ALL KINDS . .
CALL AND SEE 8 4MPLF.S.
Open every day.
to Moline-Bain Co.’s Retail Business \
in the Moline Plow Co.’s Building
320-328 East Morrison St., Portland, Ore