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GRESHAM, MULTNOMAH CO., OREGON, FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, 1910.
Subscription, $1.00 a Year.
Drjlh of Orcqun Pioneer.
Gresham Postoffice t xpands.
Mr» Alice Maxwell of Orient died
Bunday morning at I o'clock
Maxwell wan Iturn in Middletown,(unii
Nov. 2ft, |HI7, living at the time of her
death G2 year», I month and 14 «lav» of
In April, IM.H, her parents moved
to 1’1.«. « r county, (‘si . going by wav of
May I, IHM, »he» wan
married t«> Win. II Maiadl, of Mich
igan Bluff", Calif
Hhe lived here till
th«* fall of IHG‘i when the family liiov«d
to <’!•*«»nr, « ir«*gon.
Thirn yearn later
Ibrv moved to th»« prevent hum«* at
II« r Imai and, one »on, fiv«
«langht«-r* an<l rl«*\« o gi iimlchil-iren ar«
left to mourn il «« I«»»* ol a loving wit«*
Tnx fiineinl was held «>n
Wcdm "dai at the « hurt h in Pleasant
|lum«-, tin* a<l<h«> * being given bv li«*\
Riley «»( M« Mintivill«« and th«« remali.»
wer«* laid to teat in the «•* n»« ti ry at
The »*>n reside* in
H|M>k^n«*, the dr tighter« are, Mtu Nel-
»«inand Mr« ll<«m**r J«»lin»on of l’ira"
ant Home, Mr" Il I Amler»unol North
Yamhill, Mr» Kpaulding <4 I'ortlaml
am! Mi» >« • ville of Elk City, Oregon.
Mi»» Sihx» return«*! Bunday and our
»«'h«M>l O|M ll«*l M on« '•y. hilt «>Wlhg to the
blixxard that viftitrd till» section the
fir»t <>f th«* w« rk Hiere was not a full at
tendance !h«* first day.
This hn been a good year for buai-
nt**a At the Gresham |«oatoffice.
biisine«» haw grown t« such an extent
that the n«*x<! of a better building wan
Ixlt some tun«* ago and the large new
room in thx Howitt building wmn sveur-
r<| anti fitt«*d up for thx purpose.
entirely new l««t of office furniture wa*
purchased, nil >rding better accommoda
tion«« I'»r I he «> i n pl->v
, the route men
ami to the patron* of the other, in fact
Greaham baa »rvcral r« mpoiin fur I»'Illg
proml of the new rqiiipmrnt.
from the M'lvantag»«« offered there are
not many towns of three times the size
that have am*h a fine looking outfit, ami
in «pitr of the changing of the routes,
thus reducing the tinmla*r from five to
four, the recur«!» »how an inrrvam* in
thx amount of mail la-mg handle«! wince
la-t year. The «••»iiip.ir i"< «n is evidence
of the rapid development of the country
and it« pr«*|«erity.
should la- «J interxal to every citizen of
the l<a'»lity ami »Imiild allow mure tin»-
tant reader» lt>at we ar«« doing »nine*
tiling in this part of the world.
The first column of figure» represent»
the item for the quarter ending litre. 31,
ItRK; th«« second column a like period
Th«* 11 <*r it
Laura R«-«*d la «piite sick at this w nt
Mrs Sarah Kintal«! »|»rnt the
week with Mr» Clara Smith.
Allwtt I •«» ami wif«« of I'rout'lalx vis-
*t«‘<! h«*r paivnt» Bumlay.
Mr. Svlwlden, a real «•»tat«* dealer of
Poitlaml, *o|«i Mrs. Iirtssell*» (arm in
tl»«* vu inity «4 Springdal«*.
Ml»« Ethel Smith I» teaching al Hol-
brook. Ih»trict .’I.
By the k;mine»» of R. I* Ra»mu*»«*ii(
th«* »« bool « hiblrxh eti)«»ye«i a sleigh ride
Card ut I hanks
, $1 » t «*.*r.
Some Startling Club Otters
I HI HI RAI I) and any numlfer on this list at the price
HL IILIXALlz quotrd. Other Clults may be arranged
if these do not suit.
Magazines may be sent to different ad-
iddms after each. Orderby dub sumber.
I VIRY ORDIR INCLl'hLS Illi III RAID
H< t it la r prh ». Our price
Semi-W« « kly Journal
I’nily and Humlay Journal
I »ally Orrgnnlan
I »ally and Humlay Oregonian
lh«tt«*r Emit ami N W. Pacific Earmer
Better Emit and Pacific Monthly
1<> Earm Journal and Poultry Secrets
IS Or«*goii Agriculturist
Better Emit, Rural Snirit am! McCalls
<>r«*gon Agriculturist, lhtt< r Emil. I’a« iti«- Monthly
17. Human l.i!«*, Pacific Monthly, Better Emit
IK. Burt*«*»», P««»igner
•JO. Suer» ss, <'«»"inopolitnn t«»r American 1
21. Slice» *», Picloriul Itevirw, Mod«*rn Priscilla
Su«’e«-*s, W«»mans ll«»ine Companion (or McClures)
2!. Re\iew of Review*. MeClurea *»r Woman» Home Com,
Sin’e«'**, Youth* Companion. McClures
Youths C«»mpanit»n, Review <4 Iteview*
bmi’eaa. Revi««w «if Reviews, Normal Instructor, Pri-
11: ir x I’I Ali"
N W Poultry J«»urnal, Better Emit, Earin Journal,mid
poultry B«*cn ta
American Boy, Buccess, Work! To«laj
-I 4 50.
29. We« kly Oregonian or J«»urnal. Poultry Journal, Better
I mil or Earm Joni nal an«! Poultry See rets. McCall* . 4. to
(If y«m hav«* choice of two ns nlsivc.st itc one prefrrrd I
U». llcekrrprr- Magazine, W« « kly Oregonian or Journal,
tin**riean lk»y. McCalls Ore. Agriculturist
4 25 .
Yoiiths < *•mpanioii. iliimnn Life, McClur«*»
1 50 i
( ■ ■” ■; ' ; •"! it .1 li llld SucreM
I >••!11««-«tt<»>, I \ rj »•♦»•!> >
R«'VieW ol Reviews, \|c( ’III • »•" McCalls
. M »
35, I vei \ I mm I v *s mid W«»rld’s Work
W. I \eryl*sl\ s, W«»rhi’s Work. I»elnii'ator
:w. Wo-nan* I l<>m«* ('««mpanioii. Review ot Rexiews
S. ieiiiific Amerh’nn, Technical Work!
Hampton», Go»»l Iloimekreping
- i 1»
CmupbeH’s sri«*ntilk* ( Pry) Earm«*r
43. W«**aly Oregonian
If th«**«* Coiiibimition* do not suit a«*k ct v«»ur niagazinri *M Hll<l we will
try t«> mrang«* a m«»nr) Mixing Club for you. It your aubsci *ripti«>n to the
Youth* Coinpiiiiion i* a new «me plea-«* say no.
Stamped paj»rr void
No. M. O , I Tomes tic
Pom. Orders pan!
The report for Ih-c ember of tliia year
compared with 19UK reads an follows:
Slaiii|MG| paja-r sold
Pom. Orders l»»u««d
Puin. Orders paid
Th. Iler»l<l att«l
THE litAVLK STATE HERALD
Edward Ten Eyck is spending a few
Ruth Crawford is »pending a few days
days L- Portland.
at home visiting her parent»
A monster potato was raised in this
Theodore Jefferies an«! w ife of New
berg visit«»! witii Gus Richey one day vicinity the |>ast season. It tipped the
»«'ales at 7^ pounds. Black berries w ere
also pruduc«*«! that rnea»ur««d 4 inches in
T. R. Baldwin an«! wife were out
circumference, either way.
from Portland Bunday looking over th«*ir
Mr. and Mrs. P. R. Meining am!
farm with a view to having »ome im
chiltiren of Sandy, were Sunday guests
at the home of tier parents. A. Aschoff
Earl Crawford came home quite ill
with the grip the other day.
George and Edward Ten Eyck and
Ered Ru«*gg and Ross Heiney were
Otto Aschoff were liear hunting last
circulating a petition Monday to have
week at Ch ar Eork of Sandy.
mail routes Nos. 4 and ft re-established
did not succeed in getting tbe covet«*!
as lhev were before the change.
bruin but di«i succeed in crippling six of
trust that the |n*tition will secure the
the «logs that were with them.
wish the boys better luck next time.
At a meeting of the Pl«*a»ant Valley
Th«» men employe«! by the Mt. Hood
Church Association held Thursday eve
Company have finished their work for
ning, it was divided to deed their prop
the present ami are waiting further or
erty over to the Baptist church.
ders lor the manager who is expected
vol«* lacked one of !>eing a two-thirds
Will Richey and family spent Sunday
in Portland with Mis. Richey's parents,
dead the ad« in Th" Herald.
Geo. Robinson and wife.
w ill find Imrgaiiis.
Mrs. Aifrc«l Johns« n is very sick at
St. \ incent’s hospital, tlu* result of an
o|a*rat«on pxrformed Eriday.
to hear of her early recovery.
Clifford Ch«««*k, who had th«* misfor
tune to get his leg broken, is getting
Chas. Hunter is building a new house
on his place.
G N. Sager is erecting a commodious
Mrs. .1. B. Jones spent a few days in
Gresham the first of the week.
Miss Eva Schneider spent Sunday At
do you turn him loose along the h » k I t«» gra/.«»? You put him in a tl«»l«l when* home.
you kn«»w* th«* fence*» are all strong an«! where there is no climic«* of his breaking .
Kev. Gland of St. Johns will preach
through and escaping.
at the Baptist church Sunday at 11 a.
m. and 7 ;39 p. m.
Why not f ollow the same plan with your money ?
Mias Minnie Layman visited Miss
With all the protection yon can give your cash around the house it is never safe. ' Pearl Rnegg on Sunday.
Then» are n«» hiding places that cannot I m * discov«»re«l
Ther«» are no hous«*» that
Mr. Iluehins is recovering from the
are absolutely fir«* proof. The new»pa|»eni ar«* til let I dailv with aec«>unta of
roblieries ami dealruction of c«»ncealed money. In other words,
Miss Retherford took up her school
YOUR TTNCfS ARI NIVIR STCLRT!
work Monday alter a two weeks vaca
PrutiM’t your money Juxt hr yon would your liveRtork. Put it in our bank when- tion.
it will l>e p.-rf.-. tly Rafe. From the minute you deliver it to ua until it ia with- '
Mrs. James Hays, who has been sick
drawn you are fully prutrvted affaintit
with typhoid fever, was taken to Gresh-
fire. Burqlary, or "Ddyllqht Holdup."
am Saturday for medical aid.
Wo carry thia insurance at coniklerable aipenae and it ie for you to avail your- j
W. A. Proctor has recovered enough
■elf of it.
from his sprained back to tie brought
Safety Deposit Doxes for Rent at reasonable rates.
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A nundier of young people surprised
>40» .33 Gu»tav Aschoff very pleasantly Satur
day evening, the occasion being hie lftlh
Three tables of cards were
played and delicious refresh merits were
The guests depart«*! at a late
hour voting Gustav an ideal entertain
Rev. Ileacock is holding a series of
meetings al the church this week.
WHEN YOU BUY A EINE HORSE
tents Grange Meets.
I»ent» Grange met as usual on the
The a tt«'ml a nee was
good in«! the business of the day kept
the Orange busy till noon.
of the pro|xjsed institute required some
Mcwsrs Hotchkiss, Slone ami
Hnafflna were anpuinted to meet with
other committees from the various
granges to formulate a plan.
er of iiaiih m were presented for member
Puring the lecture hour Mr.
IfotchkisM read a paper on the subject
of (.'jDservatinn. This led to discussion
fr<»m Mr. Parnall, Mr. Miller ami oth
J. J lohnson was present ami offici
ated a* installing otllrer for the officers
elect aho were all present for mstalla-
tnm. W. E. Thomas resigned the posi
tion of Asst. Steward and Mr. Stone
was elected to lid the position.
< >nt of the tieat f«*aturvu of the day
wa* a presentation sjaech made by Mrs.
H«>gtM-w ho had been selected for the
lacasjoii by a large number of friends of
the retiring Muster.
Their gift was a
b«-autlhil, engraved Past Master’s pin.
Mrs. Hogue easily won the compliments
of the audience for the i«est presentation
speech anyone present had ever heard. •
Mr. i>arnull was taken completely by
» 9*2 ’>2 surprise but he managed to say a few
1030.1« things, expressing bis extreme appreci
ation of the kindness shown.
I have started a milk route in Gradi-
am and will deliver drst-claas bottled
For particulars phone 296 or see
D F. Talbot.
Thirtieth Wedding Anniversary.
On New Year's eve the thirtieth wed
ding anniversary of Mr. am! Mrs. H. S.
Tliompson the neigh hors gave them a
surprise party. After a pleasant eve
ning was "¡»ent in singing and playing
gam«-s a dainty lunch wa» serv«*d by the
la'lixs Those present were:
Mr*. H. E. Pavia and family, Mr. and
Mrs. T. Brugger and family, Mr. and
Mrs Join Robeits, Mrs. Pinger and
«laughter, Viola, Mr. an«! Mrs. El rank
Hodge, Mr. and Mrs. E. Schwedier, Mr.
and Mr». Ered Fieldtious«-, <«ran«!ma
Eieldhouf»«*, Mr. anti Mr*. Geo Bleret,
Mr. and Mrs. E E. Bleret, Mr. and
Mrs Jake Metzger and daughter,Mabie,
A. k Hartley an«l son, Kay, Misti Eran
ces Tucker, and H Mauleniioff.
Handy, Jan 10—J. B. Tawney haw
taken po.aee»ion of bit blacksmith »hop
and will uianaxe it hereafter. J. B Al
lison and Clarence < aaeeday have had
charge of it.
Mai bavia made a trip to Barton the
la»t of the week transacting a real date
Mr». Roy Winter« of Greabam ia via-
iting Mr». Crow.
X. V. Lane waa a Greabam viaitoroue
‘lay laat week.
Frank Beera waa in town yeaterday.
L. C. Crow, a commercial man, e|a-nt
the week with hmparenta.
Alton Pbelpe, who killed two wildcata
a »hurt time ago, waa a Sandy viaitor.
Mr». Eddy ia on the aick li»t.
SEC I ION UM
Geo. Beer» and wife entertained Mr.
E«lwin Udy Irfi for Warren Saturday and Mra. Gist and daughter. Ollie, of
Greahatn and Edward Cruaier and wile
to work in the mill».
Mr». 8. Sorenaon arrived home l*f«»re
Miaa Tate of Boring wa» a Sandy viai
Xrnaa having «¡»ent seven day» on the
road en route from WiKxinain, her old tor Wednesday.
Wm. Guldensopa .and wife received a
J. Moll at.d family »pent New Years baby girl on Dec. 24th for a Chnatuiaa
with hie ai»terv Mrv. Arthur Grant.
Janiea Alliaon ie now able to walk
A few friend» helped the Arnapign
family welcome in the New A'ear with without crutchea, although be baa not
fully recovered from the fall several
game», «lancing and refreshment«.
William Ream an«! family attended weeks ago.
the wedding of their niece, Mina Mabel
Keffer of Hillsboro to Erank Williams.
They are both popular young people
The new dirt flume on the Section
I-iue road to be used a» a means of car
rying away the earth for the new Mt.
Tabor reservoir, promises to be a trifle
annoying by the water drifting down
across the streets.
The public installation of the Odd
Fellow« waa held Saturday evening.
| large number attended although the
weather was bad.
The Grange held a well attended
A. Miller and family of Dover have
moved into part of Eseen'e house.
D. Kellogg made a trip to Portland
The young ladies Ilonas Society will
meet al the botue of C. L’nis on Satur last week to see his mother and brother
who are sick.
day, Jan. 15.
E. E. Quay was in Gresham Satur
C. P. Johnson and wife entertained
W. Bottleson. C. Johnson, P. Almquiet day.
and their families Saturday.
W. E. Craswell has been hauling lum
Miss Agnes Caldwell aud her mother ber for Mr. Neibauer.
left Wednesday for Bellingham, Wash.,
Iatwrence Craswell, who is attending
where Miss Caldwell will finish her
school in Portland, visited bis parents
studies at the normal school.
Albin Anderson and wife of Portland
Mrs. Kellogg is expecting her sister
visited at the home of Emanuel Ander
son on Tuesday. They were looking for and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Worroll of
Mrs. Brown of Oce^n Park, Wash
Wm. Hanielson and wife of Pleasant
Home were pleasantly surprised by visiting Mr. and Mrs. CrasweB.
their old Kansas friends from here last
Trie Carpenter place, 40 acres, all
clear, fine boUM*and barn ; corner Sec
Notice is hereby given that the firm tion Line and Reams made.
of Leete-Roberts Co.. was dissolved on on premises or at my Portland office,
Jan. 1, 1910, and that the business will 213 Couch Bldg.
H. M. Barrett.
heretofore be conducted by M. A. Leete
who will collect all bills and pay all out
Bargains in òur clubbing list.
8. E. Roberts- (5