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THE BEAVER STATE HERALD
Report of the Condition of the
FIRST STATE BANK OF GRESHAM
in the Sute of Oregon, nt the clone of busineaa Nov. 16, 1909.
loans and discount».....................
Overdraft», secured and unsecured
Bonds, nrciintive. etc
Hanking leiune, furniture ami fixtures
Ihle from approved reserva hanks
Cheeks and other cash Items.........
Cash on hand
T oth ,
Capital slock |i«i<l in
Undivided profile, !«•»■ «.x|»*ii»e. ami lax.*» paid
Dur to Imnk ami banki-n
Individual d<*|><>«its subject to check
lh*niand cerlineatoa of d<*poait
Time cerlitlcates of dejioait
T othi ,
KT ATE OF OREGON,
County of Multnomah. 1
I, E mu . G. K taimi.t, Cashier ol the almve mentioned bank, do solemnly
■ a. ar that the above report is true to the best of mv know bilge and belief.
E mu . G K akokli , Cashier
SulmcrilHsI and sworn to
A. M kvkrs
before me this 22ml day of
T hkouork B rvimicr
E mu . G. K miukii .
A. M svkiis ,
Executor's Notice to Creditors.
Notice to Creditors.
Life's Journey Ended.
Notice of Levy of Special
ymrn nt jouruing V »get her
through this life, Mr. anti Mrs. G. B,
to th« Groat Be
Mr». Robertson preceded tier,
husband only two week«. They were
married in Maine and after a few year»
residence in that Hate they moved U>
Minneapolis, Minn., and came from
thereto Oregon about 21 year« ago.
They reaided for marry year» on a farm
at Pleaaant Home, but the pawl few
month» of their hie were sprnt here.
Their life journey together was a very
pleasant one although frought with
many haril»hip» which they bore pati
Both have been ill a greater
part of the time during the paH year
but have borne their suffering» without
a warmer. They have raired a large
family of children, ten of whom survive
beside» nearly forty grandchildren and
twenty great-grandchildren. The »on»
and daughter» living are:
liam Morse, Big Lake, Minn.; Mr».
John .McDonald, St. Francis, Minn.;
Mr». Fred Wagner, Parker, S. 1».; Mrs.
Ed Camp. Springwater, Or.; Mrs. (trace
Peterson, Troutdale, Or.; Mrs. O. J.
Jenkin», Fairview. Or.; Mrs. J. Peter
son, Fairview,Or ; Mr». Geo. Stockton,
K'X'kwood; han R »liertson, Orient, Or.,
and R. I.. Roliertwon of Gresham. Mr.
RoliertMou died of heart failure while
rating hi» Thanksgiving dinner at the
home of his daughter, Mrs. O. H. Jen
kins, at 12 o’clock Thursday.
service» were conducted at Mr». Jen-
kin’s home on Saturday at 10 o’clock,
Rev. J. 11 Wood having charge of the
services. Interment was in the Hall
• Handy, Nov. 30.—William Robin’s , Mnltnomah Grange met in tbeir hal
team ran away last week near the Proc- ' at Orient on Saturday, Nov. 27, with
Notice is hereby given that are, the
tor A Htrauss sawmill.
Kobins was about 50 meml»ers pre»ent.
underaigmsl tax payer. repreeenting t»-«>
thrown out anil the wagon ran over hie ■ regular order of bu si near all »at down to
per cent. ol the tai payer» in Rond Dia
leg. Although not broken it was badly a chicken dinner which wan much en
trict No. ", Clackamas County, < iregon,
bruised. Fred Proctor caught the team joyed. After dinner the lecturer gave a
hereby give notice to the tai payer» ot
ami brought him home.
program which lasted an hour and a
■aid ltoad Diatrict No. 7, that there will
Mr. and .Mr». Crow were Portland vis half, the topic being County Govern
I m * a meet! ig ol the tai payers of aaid
ment. Four can<li<iale» were given the
itors last week.
diatrict in the achoolhouae, District No.
third and fourth degree«. A number of
4'i, in Bull Run Precinct, on the IKth
Mr». F rankland’s mother ha» return
visitor» were prewent.
<iay of December, lit 4», al 2 o'clock p.
ed home after spending a few days with
Our Worthy Master, R. I. Anderson
tn., to vote an additional tax lor road
friends at Hood River.
and wife, are to leave next month for
purpoae« a» provide.) by an act of the
Max Davis made a Hying trip to Ore Colton. They have been a great help
la-gnlatim* in HMM», and which act inter
gon City ami Gresham the last of the to the (»range in the last two years and
alia provide» a*> follow», lo-wit.:
• ill lie missed very much, but what is
The tax |>ayera of any road diatrict in
.Mrs. Ellis, with the assistance ol our I on is others gain.
any county ol thia State may vote an
others, is making arrangements for a
It was decided to hold the next meet,
additional tax for road purposes, pro
Christina, tree and exercises on Christ ing on the third Sa tun lay in Ilecerutier,
viding at least ten per cent, of the tax
mas eve in the church. The children as Christmas comes on the fourth Sat
|*ayer» of »aid diatrict »hall give notice
are taking an active interest in it.
hy |»o.ting notice» in three public piece»
Tiie lecturer promises a good program
Mr,. G. Cog and children spent the
in »aid road diatrict and one in Court
next meeting, the topic to be on
House, ami publish one notice three
Beegle near Gresham.
Her mother, Taxation and Clean Milk.
weeks iii one weekly newspaper of gen
Mrs. Beegle. accompanied her hc-ie
eral circulation signed by at least ten
w here she spent a few «lays returning
per cent, ol the tax payer» ol »aid road
to her home at f-entson Monday.
diatrict, giving the time, place ami ob
ject of »aid meeting, which shall la* held
Irene Douglass was not entirely over-| C. J. Littlepage of Mosier was here
in the month ol flec.-u her ami al the
come by examination at high school, so | attending business matters Wednesday
time ol »aid meeting it shall lie organis
•he spent Thanksgiving week with her' and was the gutnit of friends at Fern
ed by the election of a chairman and
mother, botR taking Thanksgividg d.li dale Place.
ner with Mr. and .Mrs. J. B. Tbileke.
Mv-retaiy ami at such meeting they may,
Mrs. Sarah Kincaid went toTrontdale
by a majority vote of such tax paver»,
Mias Francis Glover has returned on Thursday.
levy such an additionol tax a» they may
from Portland wbeie she has spent sev
Mrs. M. E. Reed visited her daughter
deem advisable to improve the roads ol
eral weeks. Her brother, J. B. Glover,
at Troutdale on Wednesday.
■aid diatrict, and il a tax lie levied, it
came out with her to spend a few- days
»hall la- the duly <4 »aid chairman ami
Mis. Mae Walker was the guest of
on liis farm.
secretary to certify to the County Clerk
The report about J. G. Buoy being Mrs. Clara Smith on Thanksgiving.
of such county, prior to January let,the
F. F. Reed and wife, Mise Johnson
killesi was entirely false, having been
levy so made by the lax payers of said
i and Lewis Benfield attended the ball at
started by mistake.
district and that the County Clerk shall
Mrs. E. M. Douglass and daughter, Washougal on Thursday evening.
compute ami extend said levy on the
Miaa Stella Anlerson entertained
spent Sunday afternoon with
aaeessment roll lor that year the same
company from Portland on Thanksgiv-
James DeShazer and family of Dover.
as other taxes are extended, and it »hall
Carl Aschoff »pent the first of last
tie the duly of the tax collector to pro
Lee Evans and ladv attended the
ceed to collect aaid taxes in money the week in Portland.
dance at Gresham on Thursday night.
same as any other taxes are collected
The remainder of the Mt. Hood dam
Mr. Flenry and a party of gentlemen
and turn the same over to the County was taken out by high water last week.
Dave Douglass was a Welch visitor on
friends from Portland were week-end
Treasurer in the same manner and at
Mrs. Henry Aschoff is visiting at • Sunday.
visitors at Hotel de Flenry.
the same lime he pays over other taxes Henry Bramhall’s in Troutdale.
.Miss Dunham was a Portland visitor
collected by him, and shall lie credited
F. W. Reed made a trip to Troutdale
Quite a number of our young people Thanksgiving.
ami kept by the Treasurer to the ac
in hie launch on Monday.
The bridge across Zizzag near Hotel
count ol the road district making such
On Friday, Nov. 19, at 2 o'clock the
Sandy on Wednesday evening and re- Rhododendron was taken out by high
I children ot Corbett school gave an en
(Kigned) R. A. Ten Eyck, F. E. M.
Leon Lemon of Gresham visited Mar to go about a mile al*ove the Toll Gate tertainment consisting of songs, recita-
MeGngin. R. II. Radford, Henry .Me-
to get across the stream to deliver mail tioos, dialogues, pantomime and a fl.g
Gugin, Chas l.eaf, J. A. Odell, l.uigi
exercise. They had previously sent
Vaeretti, S. E. Roberts, Wm. Hudson,
School closed Wednesday for Thanks
written invitations to parents and friends
Ed Roberts and wife were guests of
.1. M. Thomas, \V F. Strack, E. A. giving and Miss Glines spent her vaca
fourteen of whom responded and seem
Revenue, T. R. Meinig.
tion witli her mother in Portland.
ed to enjoy the efforts of the little peo
Sandy, Oregon, Nov. 24, 1WW.
Jas. McMahon was a guest of Mr. and ple. School closed that day for a weeks
About two inches of snow fell at Mar
Mrs. Murphy and family Nov. 25.
mot last Friday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Tawney have gone to
Mr. Mensingcr of Portland spent two
Miss Stites, our popular teacher, re
days of last week at hie ranch at Mar- the city for a few days.
turned from Portland on Sunday, hav
Walter Wilson of Portland spent the
J. W. Maulding and Homer Maulding ing spe.it last week attending teachers
dav with the Kelly boys ami their sis ' mot.
institute and visited relatives.
8. B. McKinney and wife of Cottrell spent Thanksgiving in Portland.
ter, Katie, last Bunday.
are going to take charge of the Minein-
Mr. Waterman spent a few days in
Pupils and teacher have already made
Miss Mary Baxter is staving in Port
Portland last week.
plane for a Christmas program and a
land where she is learning the art of ger ranch.
Mrs. Adolf Aschoff spent Saturday in
William Bartman, Welches stage tree.
Sandy the guest of her daughter, Mrs driver, reports the roads in a bad con
T. R. Berry has returned from Union
dition between here and Sandy.
county, Oregon, where as chief engineer P. K. Meinig.
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lie has had charge of the work of install
ing an electric light plaut during the
Rex Baldwin was out to the farm one
dav during institute week.
C. F. ami J . H. Kesterson were up in
the Mxprong country during th«* fore
part of the week looking after farms
which they own there.
At their meeting Saturday the Grange
decided to co-operate with the school
and have a Christmas tree and a pro
Miss Isom, who has charge of the
Portland Library Association, visited
with the Grange Saturday and gave the
grangers an interesting talk on the
work that is being done by the associa
John Schacht reports that he was rob
bed of '42 last Saturday night while a
guest of the International hotel in Port
The committee appointed by the
Pleasant Valley Union Church Associa
tion met Thursday evening and drafted
resolutions favoring the dissolution of
the organisation and the turning over of
their property to some denominations!
organisation of Protestant faith and set
Tuesday evening, I»ec. 14, a» the date of
meeting when the question will be de
cided by a vote of the members u( the
F. A. Olson and brother, Andrew, are
putting up a large chicken house on their
Mrs. Gus Richey is visiting with her
mother, Mrs. Robinson, at Amity, this
Notice is hereby given that the under
In the County Court of the State of
signed has duly qualified as the execu I Oregon, for Multnomah County—In
tor of the last will and testament of the matter of the estate of Oscar Burr,
I deceased. Notice is hereby given that
John Parker Powell, deceased.
the undersigned has been duly appoint
persons having cjaiins against said ed by the almve entitled Court, Admin
estate are hereby notified to present the istratrix of the ahove estate. All per-
same, duly verified, to the undersigned sons having claims against the said
at the office of John II Hall, No. HOI to estate are hereby required to present
Hist Chamber of Commerce building, them, with the proper vouchers within
Portland, Oregon, within six months six months from date of this notice, to
from the date of this notice.
the undersigned at Gresham, Oregon.
Thia notice is published by order of
S ahah Bvaa, Administratrix.
Hon. Lionel R. Webster, county judge Date of first publication, Nov. 29, 1909.
of Multnomah County, Oregon.
Date of last publication, Dec. 24, 1909.
Bawvat. E. Wisnsan,
Date of first publication, Nov. 31, 190».
Ohl Hickory, one and two horse light
Date ot last publication, Dec. 24, 1909. running wagons, Canton disk and spike
tooth harrows, sold at prices which are
right. Call at Hessel’s, Gresham, and
Dr. W. J. Ott, dentist, of Gresham, get right and honest treatment.
will I* in Sandy on Wednesday and
Thnrmlay of each week, commencing on
Wednesday Dee. 1st, prepared to do all
Who found the North pole, Cook or
kinds of dental work.
TerryT Uncle Nam has the earth and
lleseel at Gresham has the best tools
You can get all kinds <4 mill feed at
Bargains in our clubbing list.
to work It with.
tf the mill at Fairview.
HORSE BLANKETS, I eavy Burlap. Full I ned. dt $1.25
$3.85 PLUSH ROBES, at
$18 SINGLE BUGGY HARNESS, at -
$32.50 DOUBLE DRIVING HARNESS, at 23.50
$42.50 TEAM HARNESS, at
$80 BUGGIES, guaranteed g<M)ds, at
$$ - BIG SAVING to you on FARM WAGONS-$$
$150 No. I MANDT MANURE SPREADER, $115
Winter Sales at Low Prices. We carry the second Largest Stock
of Goods in the Qty of Portland.
C. L. BOSS & GO.
Oregon Moline Plow Building
320-328 East Morrison St.
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