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GRESHAM, MULTNOMAH CO., OREGON, FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 1910.
Giants Win First Game of Season
Epworth League Convention this Week
WEST SECTION LINE
Death of Mrs. J. A. Daniels
Grandpa Bolton, who is visiting here,
One of the largest covqntions to meet
Gresham opened the baseball season
County School Superintendent Rob Jessie Amanda Daniels, daughter of
spent a few daya with his son in Port last Sunday by defeating the Catholic in Gresham will be the Salem District inson visited the Buckley school re Mr. and Mrs. L. Larsson of Troutdale,
Young Men’s Club of Portland by a score Epworth League, which will meet in the cently, spending some time with teach was born at Curtis, Wisconsin, October
Mrs. May Richmond is seriously ill. of six to four. Brot, the midget twirler Linnemann Memorial Methodist chnreh, er and pupils an 1 giving a splendid talk 31, 1883. She lived in that state until
Her many friends hope for her speedy of the Giants, was all to the good, not a beginning Friday, May 6th and closing to the pupils which was heartily appre her marriage in l'.KHi to Frank Daniels
of St. Paul, Minn., when they moved
hit or a run being allowed off Ills delivery Suuday night, May Sth.
There will be upwards of a hundred
Mies Ellen Taylor spent Sunday with until the ninth inning, when a pass to
The small ranch belonging to the to Oregon and have made their home in
first, a scratch hit and a long bit to cen delegates from various points in the elder H. IL Johnson was sold recently Portland.
home folks at Estacada.
Mrs. Daniele departed thia life Sun
Mrs. W. Quesinberry who her foot ter field scored four runs for the visitors. Willamette Valley, representing the local to Portland buyers.
day, April 10, 1910, after nine weeks of
Miller, of the visitors, was hit hard in Epworth league chapters. Thu first ses
quite badly is improving rapidly.
Grandpa Moll and wife entertained a sickness and severe suffering
the first inning but came back strong in sion will begin Friday afternoon at 1:30.
Rev. S. Bettes met with quite a ser- the second and pitched a nice game.
In the evening a song service will begin home full of relatives on Sunday. They leaves many friends to mourn her loss.
ions accident while on his recent trip to
The funeral services were conducted by
Next Sunday, May 1st, the Giants wfll at 7:30, followed by addresses of wel wiil remain indefiuately on the place.
Nebraska. He was attacked by roughs meet the Portland Blues and a good one come. Dr. Patterson, of Willamette
Everybody is busy with the farm | Rev. T. F. Soule from the Evangelical
one night while going home after ser is looked for as the Blues are a fast team University, will speak on “The Symetri- work and no past year records greater church at Troutdale, ami the interment
vices and quite badly hurt. The better and have the reputation of playing great cal Life.”
interest or better skill in the cultivation was at the Douglass cemetery.
class of people have taken up the mat ball.
On Saturday the forenoon and after of all tillable land in this part of the !
ter and will try to fix the blame and get
noon sessions will pertain mostly to the county.
Parlln & Orendorf Implements
young people and League work. The
Dr. A. E. Smith of Portland was a
Geo. Metzger, principal of the Rock
program offers a fine array of talks and caller at Buckley Grove on Sunday.
The Parlin and Orendorff Implements
wood school, surprised his pupils last
Thompson and Fleming are ready for papers which will be of interest to every
"urpaae the similar prod-
A new family has moved into the Iand
Monday morning by the loss of bis business in their new buiding, altho their one. Saturday evening a consecration
ucts of other manufacturers. The im
equippment. is not comptete at this time. and praise service will be held.
plements, also buggies, are made of
Roland Quesinberry, while plowing They have about twenty head of horses Sunday morning, May 8, Dr. Homan,
picked materials, wood and steel parte
on their place, found a valuable gold and others will be added from time to president of Willamette University, will
and have an acknowleged supremacy of
time as needed. / An inspection of their I sjreak, and other strong speakers are on ordeal ard are yet alive. Roes Love others. The P. A O. Harrows, Superior
lace of Rockwood is the enumerator. Wheel Disc Harrows, Common Disc
i...... planned in fur aftemoon and evening.
VV. Crockett has sold his place here barn shows it be one it-
It is hoped everyone answered the ques Harrows, Plows, Cultivators, Superior
and expects to move soon.
If you want a good piece of meat, call tions cherfully and desirous that Ore Potato Planters. Wagons, Buggies of all
Mr. Swiggert has moved out from the rooms, waiting rooms, an office, a large
gon should make a good showing in the kinds, never fail to give satisfaction.
Remember the Ladies Aid Market, city and has lumber on the ground for carriage room, ample storage for feed, a at the new market on Main street, galaxy of states.
CALL AT HE88EU8 store at Gresh
Saturday afternoon, April 30th, on a new bouse.
else that goes to make a good service.
The Buckley boys have helped to put am, Ore., for anything in the imple
Powell street, next door to restaurant.
The dance given by the Grange last They will do an extensive sale business,
in the crops of a number of the neigh ment and buggy line, where you get
Get a Peacock awl. See ad.
Saturday night netted the Grange over buying and selling and this means much
bors, working with teams and imple right treatment and prices. A satisfied
Boy Stafford will start his new Meat sixty dollars.
to Gresham since it will bring people
ments every hour that could be spared customer, always a customer.
Market, Monday morning, on Main
The family of Mr. Burgess have money into our community and if suc
HER ONE QUESTION
17 moved into the old Martin house.
cessful will make it notable as a horse
The Woman in th* Caso, as Usual, dependence and a I dignity attending
T. A. Multhauf, former engineer for market.
farming that no other occupation can
Had ths Last Word.
Get a Peacock awl See ad.
Multnomah county at the rockcrusber
Let us hope that our boys
at Rockwood lias taken the position as
room at half past 1 it was with the throughout the country will stay with one mile east of Terry, in Multnomah
second engineer on the 8. 8. Dan Kern
determination of going to sleep and the plow and help to bring agriculture
of the Columbia Towing Co. The steam
Mrs. C. Bergman is going to move with another determination that be up to the highest standard. Every boy county, Oregon, on the 21st 'lay of
April, 1910, took up and advertised as
Producers and Consumers' Exchange er is loading down with ballast at Fish next week over to Middleton, where Mr. would not be interviewed by Mrs. Jeu- can be proud to say, “I am a farmer’s
required by law, One Iron-gray Pony,
In Maim Insurance In Kansas.
found ruuning at large west of the
A producers and consumers* ex breakers at the jetty at the mouth of
Miss Dorcas Hedin and Cora Miller the door and deposited his lamp upon
change has been recently formed in Columbia river where she will be kept visited friends and relatives in Port the dressing table he commenced to
Therefore, I will, on the 5th day of
undress and to make his speech:
Brunswick, Me., among the grangers to take the barges loaded with rock land Saturday and Sunday.
“I locked the front door. I put the
May, 1910, at my residence in said
for the benefit of farmers in market from the steamers Hercules and Samp
Mrs. Dickinson and eon John are pre chain on. I pulled the key out a little
Miss Abbie Stites gave a party for her county and state, at 10 o'clock a. in., of
ing crops and buying supplies. The son, Tramp and San Pedro, which
bit The dog is inside. I put the kit pupils in the school yard Saturday said day, offer for sale and sell to the
above name was chosen as the official bring the barges from the stone quarry paring to start for California.
Miss Skniekberg recently from Swed ten out. I emptied the drip pan of afternoon.
name of the company. It was decided at Fisher’s Landing to Astoria.
highest bidder for cash, the said iron-
to fix the capital at $10.000, divided
en is visiting her sister, Mrs Bergman. the refrigerator, The cook took the
pony, to satisfy the cost of keeping
The Daniel Kern was recently wreck
silver to bed with her. I put a cane
into 10.000 shares at $1 each, as orig
Misses Anna and Leuella Radford vis under the knob of the back hall door, urday to spend a few days with MiBS advertising and selling the same.
inally suggested. It was thought that
W. H. COON8.
this would be better than to raise the Elder and was sunk in one hundred ited Miss Ida Radford at the Sandy 1 put the fastenings over the bath Ethel who is teaching at Holbrook.
room windows. The parlor fire has
price. It was also voted that the feet of water in the Columbia river. Hotel last Thursday.
Mies Alice Rasmussen cume up from Dated at Troutdale, Oregon, April 27th,
M. C. Donahue has accepted a posi coal on. I put the cake box back In Fairview and spant Saturday and Sun
stockholders or members of the com She has bean raised and overhauled and
pany should be confined to members put in commission again.
tion at logging camp at Scappouse. He the closet. I did not drink all the milk. day at home.
It is not going to rain, Nobody gave
of the Patrons of Husbandry, except
has charge of the camp and sawmill.
me any message for you. I mailed
Andy Johnson waB arrested Friday
ing those who had already subscribed
Joe Donahue and wife have moved to your letter as soon as I got downtown. night for fishing during closed season
Get a Peacock awl. See ad.
for stock or did so before Nov. 10 last.
The Kelso school entertainment has
Your mother did not call at the office. and fined $50.
Bylaws were adopted which fully
been postponed on account of scarlet
Jas. Smith and family visiter! his Nobody died that we are interested In.
protect the stockholders. The follow
fever in the locality. It will he an
ing were elected directors. Mande
uncle, Paul Dunn, over Sunday. James Did not hear of a marriage or engage Sunday, a baby girl.
nounced later. School has been closed
ville E. Hall of Turner Center, C. S.
is a saw filer at the 8. P. H. mill.
making out bills. I have hung my
Mr. Darr and family boarded the for one week.
Stetson, master of Maine state grange; Fire and Tornado Insurance an Im-
John Campbell is successfully farm clothes over chair backs. I want a steamer here for The Dalles, Saturday,
C. II. Blackwell. Skowhegnn, master
In various states different phases of ing the Donahue place.
new egg for breakfast. I think that and from there expect to g.> overland to
of Wesserunsett grange; Walter L.
If you want to buy stump powder
T. B. Milan loaded three cars with Is all, and I will now put out the Lake county to take up land.
Warren of West Baldwin nnd E, G. grange activity are emphasized. In
that will give you no danger handling,
Kansas the Patrons’ fire and tornado wood at Boring last week.
Tilley of Ashland.
Grant Bell is loading a car of pota no headaches, no thawing, see T. R.
Eugene H. Libby, state grange sec insurance stands well to the front. On
Fred Proctor went to Portland on I Mr. Jenkins felt that he had hedged toes.
Howitt; he handles Trojan powder, (tf
retary, «’as elected clerk. B. L. Ste
Monday. Hie many friends are glad to |
smile was upon his face as he took
vens of Cushing treasurer and E. C. amounted to $9.404.705. The average know that he is improving.
hold of the gas check and sighted a
Patten, assistant steward of the state cost of insurance per $1.000 was $2.41,
Lots for sale in Cedarville, on easy
There will be an all-day meeting at line for the bed when he was earth-
Watch for the auto Monday morning
grange, auditor. At a directors' meet the highest for many years. Among
ing later Mandeville E. Hall was elect the things the Kansas Rtate grange the Baptist church on Sunday, May let. quaked by the query from Mrs. Jen and then the new Market will start. terms. H. W. Snashall. Pleasant View
17 Avenue; Gresham, Route 3.
ed president and C. S. Stetson vice would like to see accomplished are Sunday school at 10 a. m., preaching at ! kins. "Why don't you take off your Roy Stafford, on Main street.
these: Establishment of the office of 11 a. in., with special singing. Basket hat?"—Argonaut
state fire marshal, the teaching of the
elements of agricultural training and dinner. The afternoon wi|l be given to
New York State Grange.
domestic science in all consolidated ru talks on Sunday school work. Special
The thirty-seventh annual session of ral schqpls, placing all state wide utili singing and recitations. All are in
the New York state grange will be ties. especially pipe lines and telephone vited.
held at Watertown. Jefferson county. and telegraph companies, under con
Mr. King from eastern Oregon was
Feb. 1-4. The business meetings will trol of the railroad commissioners, the
be held in the City Opera House. At establishment of an experiment farm entertained at the home of Mr. Clarke
the public session on the evening of where seeds shall be grown and tested one day this week.
Feb. 1 President J. G. Schurman of instead of Issuing poor seeds to the
Mrs. Hutchins will entertain the
Cornell will be the chief speaker. The people, as the government now does, Ladies Aid society to tea on Thursday
biennial election of officers will occur and national aid for good roads.
this year. A class of 2,000 is expected i
Mrs. E. F. Andre passed away Tues
to take the sixth degree on Feb. 3.
California state grange has a project
The membership of the grange in Jef on foot to secure permanent pleasure day morning after a long illness. The
ferson county exceeds 7,000 and in I grounds for the use of members of family have the sympathy of the entire
the state 93,000.
_________________ __ community.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lee of Portland
spent a few days the first of the week at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Smith.
Miss Rena and Eva Beers spent 8un-
Tennyson or Longfellow could take a worthless sheet of paper, write a poem day in Sandy with their uncle, Zeek
on it and make it worth $65,000.00- That’s Genius.
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Goger spent Sun-
Morgan can write a few words on a sheet of paper and make it worth
day with Mrs. VanFleet.
$5,000,000 VO—That's Capital.
Mira Gertrude Clark spent Sunday
Your wife can buy a coat for $12.50, but prefer, one that will cost $50— That’s
with friends at Bull Run.
Anyone can write a check for $90,000,000.00 but it wouldn’t be worth a
dime— That's Rough.
Charles J. Palmblad and Miss Eliz
abeth Unis were married last Saturday
afternoon at 2 o’clock at the home of
the bride’s father, Rev. Nordling of
Portland performing the eoremony. The
home was beautifully decorated with
Oregon grape, apple blossoms and cut
About fifty relatives and friends were
present. The bride wore a dress of
wlate Canton silk and carried a bouquet
of white carnations. The bridesmaids
were, Miss Anna Unis and Miss Emily
Palmblad. Both were dressed in white.
The groomsmen were, David Palmblad
and John Unis. The wedding march
was played by Miss Tillie Nystrom.
After the ceremony, under the strains
of the wedding march, the bridal party
and guests were ushered to the lawu
where seats had been provided for all
and where a delicious supper was
Mr. and Mrs. Palmblad received a
number of beautiful presents and the
congratulations of their many friends.
They will reside on the farm formerly
owned by G. A. Palmquiet.
The deposits of the First State Bank increase 46 % in one Bartsch Brothers are putting io a
new planing mill a mile south of Pleas-1
Deposits 1906, $23,939.99. Deposits 1910, $139,625.60— Mrs. J. A. Stephens and daughter'
That's Satisfactory Sen ice.
have returned from Obio after an ab
YOU NEED A BANK ACCOUNT
FIRST STATE BANKf
sence of six months. They are living in
their country here.
Mrs. Smith of Lenta is spending a 1
short time at Geo. Carpenters.
Mr Thun the blacksmith vacates the i
old stand and goes to Sunnyside.
Mrs. Blanch Fleming of Centralia,
Wash., is spending the season with her I