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Sandy Canmerddl Club Meeh.
GRESHAM. MULTNOMAH CO., OREGON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1909
tie given and the |>roo«eda devoted to
the work ul the club.
Following are new members: V. E.
Rosberg, Mrs E .M. Piuglass, Paul
! Punn, P. T. Dunn, A. H. Allison, E.
Coleman, J. It. Tawney, W. J. Wirts,G
T. Kusgg, Harry E. Retires, all ol Sandy
and I.. E. Palmer of Halmun.
Nett meeting will be Tuesdav, I*»-
14tli, at * p. in. Visitors are invite«!.
fair Stockholders Hold Meeting-
Library Makes Good Showing.
Notice of Levy of Special
In accord with a noli«« tlial bad been
Mine C’uly, custodian, of the Gresham
Sandy,Pec. 8—Hie cold weather and
UOdnewlay evening at H p. lu. tlie
•ent out la all the aUx-kbuliisrs of the reeding room, givei* a spler»did report of •now baa rather surprised us as what
Kandy (oaiiuarclal Club lisld Ila regular
Notice is hereby given that we, tba
Fair Axwxialiull, ■ meeting waa held «Ml the attendant-« and circulation during •no« we hail last week waa so slushv
• «wkly meetiug. Twenty mis tueuibrr.
un«iermgne«l tax payers represent»«»» ten
Monday at the Grange ball for the pur the month of November. The report we thought it would lie two or three
w-r, prew-nt and great rolimaiaaui
per cent, of the tax payer» in Koad Dis
•bova a total attendance of Id »2. of week* before it bacama cold eoougb to
Intermit Maa iiiamlr.inl by all.
trict No 7, Clackamaa County, Oregon.
that have been under consideration for which fcO were juveniles. The Vital have such dry snow.
Prsshlent F. K. Mi-Guggin living ab-
I hereby give notice to the tax payers of
aome lime. Hut the storm waa ao ex rtrculation waa l<fi2, with 62 |>er cent,
•vol, Dr. Davis <x-<-u|>inl the chair.
Mias Minnie K.>b>-rtaon of firesham aai«l Road District No. 7, that there will
fiction. This is th»* largest circulation ia spending a few days with her sister,
constitution and by-laws were adopted,
be a meeting of the tax payers of said
At 1 p. ni. a considerable in the history of the branch and the Mrs. Max Davie.
ami time of inerting lUed on Tuesday
district in the schixiHsiuse, District No.
rvvning of ra< h week. The secretary
Harlow Dougla»», who spent the sum 45, in Ball Run Precinct, on the 18th
calle.I to order. < tn canvassing the vote teen new registration cardo were issued
was instructed to write personal letters
Notice to Stockholders.
mer and fall in Portland, baa ret time.! day of Decemtier, l‘J>l8, at 2 o'clock p.
It was awn that 32ft shares were repre during the month.
to people living in the country inviting
to assist his mother, Mrs. E. M. Doug in., to vote an additional tax for road
Noth*« Is hereby given that the an- sented, considerable more than the 20
The library room is well lighted and
them tn visit the meetings, whether
purposes as provide« 1 by an act of the
nual inerting of the stock holders of the |ier cent. re.mired by the rules ul the looks very attractive. It is well pat* lass, in the store during the holidays.
iiirmlier« or not; also to put typewritten
The service» in the M. E. church legislature in lOtM». an«l which act inter
Multnomah and Clackamas County aaaociatiou to make a quorum al a stock- ronixed and io a veritable rendevoua for
poster« in all business houses of Sandy
Mutual Telephone Coui(iaiiy will t>e holders meeting. The first question pupds of theachod, Vspeeially the hjgh were well alien e<i and it is hoped that alia provides as follows, to-wit:
announcing lime of meeting, object of
The tax payers of any road diatriet in
held hi the Grange ball at Greeham on taken up waa the one relative to reduc school, looking for information on the the cold weather will not k«M-p the peo
the club, etc.
county of this State may vote an
Munday( Jan 3, IWio, at I p. in. for the ing tire number of directors.
II W. manv topics assigned by teacher«.
letters were read from Eastern |»To
additional tax for road purpoe«*», pr«>
purpose of electing one director and Hnaaliall spike at aome length on this Many adults are showing their appreci
pic vti4|Uirtng als»ul opportunities m the
vi«iing at least ten per cent, of the tax
amending the constitution, increasing question, maintaining that it was nec- ation of these privileges by joining the . parents of a Im by boy, born Dec. 2.
|myers of said district shall give notice
the number of directors to nine, and «iMMiry to have all the localities now rep* association and ¡mying the annual fee
The plant which waa lieing put in at
A motion to bw’omr a member of I tin
the election of these, also to transact «.Dented and others that as vet had no of one dollar for the sup|mrt of the local the Pr-«-t'ir A Strauss mill is completed by posting notices in three public phu vs
Oregon I development league w as titi-
any other business which may come be representative to hold the internet and branch. The county library |>ays the and the place 1» now supplied with eler- | in said road district ami «Mie in ixrart
anlmously carried ami the secretary i in- fore the meeting.
House, and publish one notice three
extend the influence of the fair. A vote custodian, but all I« m - m 1 expenses must tric lights which is very convenient for
structrd to carry out the necessary | pru
w«*eks in <H»e weekly newspaper of gen
By order of the I mi * rd of directors.
ce<lnre It was also th« sense ni the
eral circulation signed by at least ten
A. Dowsett, Secretary baiard to nine members, 21’2 opposed
This is a good time of year for read be able to have electric lights before
meeting that beside the work carried
per cent, of the tax [«yers of saal road
The amend inent proposing to change ing If the hook you want is not among | long.
on by such Us I les. entertainments would
Bargains in <>ur clubbing liât.
district, giving the time, place ami ol>-
the date of the annual meeting of the the several hundred now in the reading
Mrs. Baumtmck isexpecteil to return i ject of said meeting, which shall be held
stockliolder» to the first Monday in l>ec- room, it will lie gotten from tlx Port- • thia week from Chicago where she baa
Gn the month of December and at the
ember carried unanimously. A vote of land library for you.
time of said meeting it shall be organiz
807 to I reduced the number of directors
The librarian is especially grateful for '
ed by the election of a chairman and
nwessarv for a quorum from 9 to .’> and the co-operation of all teachers and 1 Mrs. Dora Donahue has gone to Port
land v here »be will spend the week hav secretary ami at such meeting they may,
the amendment favoring the organisa scholars.
by a majority vote of such tax payers,
ing her teeth filled.
tion of the new laierd in P<«einl>er in
C. I- Crenshaw of Greaham called on levy such an additionol tax a» they may
stead of January, waa carried by 232 to
deem adviaable to improve the ramie of
Gresham Qty tteetton.
friends in Sandy the first of the week.
1. The secretary reported at l«rast 9-10
said district, and if a tax be levied, it
of the stock sold and the indebetness of
Mr». Bruns has returned from Port
The city election in Gresham paseml
the coin|«ny practically wiped out I mv - quietly, though the importance of the land where she has spent a few weeks shall be the duty of said chairman and
secretary to certify to the County Clerk
ing nothing over, however. Tins was queationa at issue Mould have justified visiting relatives.
of such county, prior to January 1st,the
not liad, though, for last year left the aome excitement. l^wia Shattuck war
The exercises for the Christmas tree levy so made by the tax payers of said
association »io behind. On thia state elected mayor by an almost unanimous are being well learned by the children
ment of the affairs of the company it vote. The councilmen elected were T. as they are all taking a good interest in district and that tb« County Clerk shall
' waa decided to double the stock of the K Howitt, Geo. Kinney and B. Matth it. This will be the first Christmas tree 'compute and extend said levy on the
assessment roll for that year the name
companv. the vote being 22* to 2.
ew». The vote on the Mater and »ewer held ia the M. E. church in Sandy.
as other taxes are extended, and it shall
These qu«x>tiona being settled, the l»onds »tool 73 to 32 on each and so
The roads are becoming very had on be the duty of the tax collector to pro
matter of electing directors was taken Mere carried bv a good majority. This
the outskirts of Sandy. Good plank ceed to collect sai<l taxes in money the
up. The result of this election a as that will make it poetiible fur the council to
roads are certainly needed above here. same as any other taxes are collected
R. P. Kasn.usseii, IV. A. Proctor, H. W. accept some »ort of contract from the
It would lie a help to the neighborhood and turn tlie same over to the Countv
Hmwiiall, J. J. Johnson, John Straus.A. Portland water board or to accept plans
to have this part of Clackamas county Treasurer in the same manner ami at
Vetacli, H. A. Parnall, E. Coleman, F. for a plant of their own.
It is to be annexted to Multnomah county so we
the same time be pays over other tax««
I H. Crane. Clara Webb, J. Seiler, K. W. tio|>e>l that an arrangement can tie made
could have the benefit of the goo>l road i collected bv him, and shall be creditel
GUI. lewis Shattuck, John Slerit, and with the Portland system so that the
Clackamas county has too and kept by the Treasurer to the ac
John Townsend were ch.isen to look al lx-st of water will be provided.
How many roads to the amount of taxpayers
count of the road district making such
YOU ARE GOING TO
ter the nffairs of the company for an» ever, if that cannot be done, it will be
and therefore cannot keep them in good I Ic' y.
GIVE SOMEBODY A
j other year.
l»Hisible to provide an inde|>eyident plant i condition.
(Signed) R. A. Ten Eyck, F. E. M.
w hich would necessarily be a small one,
McGugin. R. H. Radford, Henry Me*
but sufficient for present needs
Gugin, Chas. Leaf, J. A. Odell, Luigi
The election returns were inspected day in each month were held in the
Watches, Watch Chains,
Catholic church Sunday
, Vaeretti, 8. E. Roberta, Wm. Hodson,
I have got just
Fob Chains. Necklaces,
J. E. Pomeroy is going after a good i J. M. Thomas. W. F. Strack, E. A.
rel the Horticultural show in Portland important of which was the ordering of
what you want
of the holiday trade in the jewel- Revenue, T. R. Meinig.
crosswalks on Main and Powell street».
, on Tuesday.
and will save
ery line. He is putting in a good stock Sandy, Oregon, Nov.. 24, 1809.
Owing to the snow drifts in the roads
you money on
j of jewelery and watches, and also does
1 the mail carrier* are having a difficult
all of your
Don’t forget him when
i time of it serving their patrona.
I buying your presents. See his ad in Christmas Sate for Church Benefit.
Roillun Bros, have rompleted plank-
dersigned has purchased the goods, i this issue.
The ladies Aid of the M. E. church
I ing the road from tlieir mill out to Roas
wares, merchandise and all fixtures in
will hold a sale of fancy and useful arti
lleiney's corner on Pleasant View Ave
connection therewith of the afore form For Eczema, Tetter and Salt Rhuem. cles at the Grange hall, Gresham. Wed
erly owned by F. H. Pattison. All bills
nesday afternoon and evening, Pec. 15.
The intense itching characteristic of
Florence Taylor was the recipient of a that are against F. H. Pattison must be
A fine supper will be served for2.5 cents.
surprise |-arty Friday evening given by presented within thirty days from date these ailments is almost instantly allay- Refreshments on sale; program during
«1 by Chamberlain's Salve.
her young friends in honor of her birth of this publication.
First publication, severe ca»es have been cured by it. For evening ; admission free. Come and
day. A pleasant time is reported by all November l’J, BMW. Geo. E. Pay. (50. . sale by Gresham Drug Co.
i help the good work.
I who attendrel
F. A. and Andrew Olson were attend
ing to business in Portlaml on Tuesday.
' J. F. Wing has had a force of pien at
work relaying the plank on the road
(Shown In last week's Herald)
! from liis mill to the Foster road.
All the sawmills in the Valley have
I MOST PEoPl.E a bank statement is tncn-ly «try statistics la-cause few people
really understand tlu-in. Tin- Mate n*qiiin-» that banks publish th«-»«- «tatc- dosed down until the storm abates.
tiM-nt». W<- Is'lievv the public slwaild undemtand them. \Vc ts-lieve that not
Adolph Kasper and John Guntley
only th«- bank but tin- community in which the l-auk is locate«! a« well n-ap a la-nefit were Portland visitors Wednesday.
from the ts-ttrr nnd«-r»tanding of a bank by its patrons.
We «n always glad to
iia-vt our cii-toiiiers and explain an)thing relative to the eomlitiou <>( our bank, He-
Rev. Heacock, an evangelist mission
low we analyze <>ur last statement:
ary of the Baptist church, preacli«*d
here last Sunday.
Dians and discount«« m-ciinsl by real estate nu-rtgagi-s
Ns-iinsl by «leposita of mortgag»-» and liens <m |s-rs«>nal property
Much dissatisfaction ia being found
Small loans distributed among our enstotiierx...............................
j with tlie recent change in the rural mail
You have heard of cheap buggies for $65, but not good ones
rout«*» running through tlie Valley, par
for $58.50. We carry the second largest stock of vehicles in
Overdraft through error.
We do not ls-lieve that overdrafts
ticularly with route number five which
constitiit«- g>sxl banking. A corresponding amount is al
Portland and have no agents at Gresham, Oregon City or
ways shown under detxvit. Tlie deposit is a tlctitious one,
has been transferred to Horing. Those
nearby towns so we can make you these prices. You cannot
the listii is often a I hmi one .................. .................................
who circulated the petition tor thia
Bomia ami sis urities, fam- value, $5,U)l*,l>0, carried on our Ixxiks
afford to be without a buggy at these prices and you cannot
change represented to the patron» that
at cogt value...................................................................................
they woultl receive tiisir mail in the
afford to let this chance go by to get one.
Hanking home and fixtures, including the ls-st Manganese steel
safe that can la- h«ul and two fire-proof vaults.........................
forenoon instead of the afternoon ; as a
Due from nw-nv lianks approve«! by slate ..................................
■natter of fact, ths time of receiving ths
Average for past 30 days, 129,391.00.
mail remains ths same with a large
(laika and cash items on fian<I.......... ..............................................
majority of the patrons on this route.
Cash on liarnl.......................................................................................
Average on hand for past 30 days, I7.K40.00.
Several have signified thsir intention of
putting up their boxes on a Gresham
Capital st«x-k, surplus and undivided profit» representing an in-
route, although to aome of them it will
vcetment by the atocklmlders of................................................. lit,«17.1*
tnsan they will bs oblige«! to walk a
D im - to banks and bankers ................................................................
mils or more to get their mail. As one
Tndividual deposit» aubjrot to eh«x-k, reprrarnting th«- balamvs
of 4H3 is-rsona, firms or corporations drawing ola-okx on thia
business man expresaed the situation,
l>ank making th«- average balance for each. *154.56.........
"Boring stands for nothing with a big
Ik-mand certificates of ile|H>«iit, representing a large line of de-
O in front of it, whiln Greaham is on
At the old Moline-Bain Co. store, The Oregon Moline Plow Co. Bldg.
|x>sitoni who <lo not care to check agsunst tliair credit.......... 11.367.52
the map and stands for business.
Time certificates of deposit < mi which we pay int.-reat ................. ia,7oo.i7
invited to call
my stock of
Beautiful New Holiday Goods
Analysis of Statement
CUT PRICES for WINTER SALES
• Good Guaranteed $80 Buggies, with leather
trimming, plain black sides, red or dark wheels, for....
$2.00 Horse Blankets, heavy burlap, full lined, at . . . $1.25
$3.85 Chase Plush Robe, at............................................ $2.30
$40 Team Hamess, Cali Stock, at..................................... $30.00
Moline 12-in. Steel beam Plow, with Ejtra Share, at . . . $12.25
FARM WAGONS AT REDUCED PRICES
Deposits on December 4th as compared with same date one year ago, Dec.
Who found the North pole, Cook or
4, 1908, *76,679.61. Dec. 4. 1909, 6IO6.J29.67.
Perry? Uncle Sam ha* the earth •nd
FIRST STATE BANK
I "4—- I
Hesael at Gresham hat the beet
to work it with.
Take time by the forelock ami the
worry out of Christinas by doing your
i shopping at Shattuck’».
C. L. BOSS <& CO.
320-328 East Morrison St.