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LOCAL NEWS ITEMS : I>
SPECIAL OFFER TO FARMERS
BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT
we have secured terms whereby we
are able to make this rare offer to
anyone and farmers in particular.
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Groceries, Crockery, Hardware, flour and Feed
With The Herald, 1 year, $1.50
(The Awl alone regularly retails at $1 to $1.50)
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these Awls while you can. Write today.
Send us one New Subscriber, if you are a subscriber,
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E. E. Marshall
Mitchell, Lewis & Staver
WANTED—Summer posture for 80
head ol sheep. Webb Farm, phone 158.
WANTED—Veal and Ilogs and fat
Cattle. Top prices. Roy Stafford, on
Main st., Gresham.
Gresham Livery and Transfer Co.
For Lime, Cement and Plaster see
M. D. Kern.
BARGAIN SALE—Second-hand two-
horse gasoline engine. Herald office,
WANTED—Stock hogs. T. R. How
FOR SALE—Driving and work horse.
See Chas. Cleveland, Gresham.
Fine Line of Screen Doors at Kerns.
FOR SALE—Saddle pony. Apply to
Paul Dunn, Route 1, Boring, box 108.
Also Pasture for Rent.
FOR SALE—Heavy draft team, 7 and
8 years old. O. Zeek, Gresham, phone
This is NOT a time of high prices if
you go to the right place. Are YOU
interested in saving? Here’s a money
saving proposition that will just suit
you. In company with certain of Port
land’s large dealers I buy my goods
direct from the manufacturers of the
East, to be shipped out here in Straight
carload lots at much reduced rates.
This enables me to give you the follow
ing unusual bargains;
$3 iron beds for »2. $6.40 steel couch
for $4.90. Cold rolled steel, asbestos
lined ranges (like cut) with well braced
ovens, high closetB and reservoirs: 14
inch ovens $24.25. 16-inch ovens $26.25.
18-inch ovens $28,25. These are regu
lar »35 to $40 ranges. Other goods are
in proportation. Call and investigate.
K. K Carlson,
FOR SALE OR TRADE—»125 Piano
Manufacturers Check, payable to the
Graves Music Co., as first payment on a
lot or a horse, or will sell check at a
discount. Mrs. Douglass, Sandy, phone
Mrs' Garvin of Portland visited Mrs.
(17 Mrs. Taylor last Sunday.
Mrs. G. H. Richey is spending a week
FOR SALE—Percheron horse, 4 year
old this spring, wt. 1450, broke single with her sister, Mrs. Theo. Jeffries, at
or double. Clarence Cathey, Phone Newberg.
Mrs. Otto Iluedy of Portland lias been
FOR SALE—Young Jersey bulls. One visiting a few days with her parents,
old enough for service.
B. C. Altman, Mr. and Mrs. Uhlig.
Phone 358. Route 2, Gresham.
Mrs. Marvin is spend ing a few days
FOR SALE—Fine baled oats straw, days with Mrs. A. B. Craft at Stuarts
$7 a ton in barn. John Palmblad,
Gresham, Route 2, phone 38x1.
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Baxter were
FOR SALE—Six and one-half acres,
partly improved, small house, young Portland visitors on Wednesday.
family orchard, three - quarters mile
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sager spent Sat
south of Troutdale, on main county urday and Sunday with his brother, G.
road. E. G. Bowen, Troutdale, Ore. [17
FOR SALE ol! TRADE—One Heavy
J. W. Renfro has sold liis place and
3-inch, half-truck, wide tired Ebhert
wagon, almost new, and one 3'4 inch is moving to Portland.
Studebaker wagon, narrow tire. Alfred
T. F. Berry will leave Sunday for
Byze, 2la miles 8. E. of Troutdale.
tf Joseph, Wallowa county, where he will
FOR SALE—We have at our barns spend the summer looking after a power
at G resham, Oregon, a car of horses for plant in which he is interested.
sale. Some drivers, all-purpose and
Mr. and Mrs. W. Butler gave a party
draft horses. All well broke. 8. 8.
Thompson A F. A. Flemming.
at their home last Saturday evening, it
being the occasion of their niece, Miss
COWS FOR SALE
We are quitting the dairy business Girtie Rosebrook’s, birthday. A pleas
and offer our four first-class cows for ant time is reported.
1 full blood Durham. Large udder
and teats. Will give 6000 pounds of
4 per cent, milk per year. Is giving 30
Work has begun on the new school
pounds, or 15 quarts, now. An extia
house here. Chas. Johnson has the
1 part Jersey, giving 20 pounds now. contract for the contract for the nek
building which will be a two-story one
2 almost full-blood Jerseys. Price »35 with basement. The old schoolhouse
ha.i lieen moved back on the grounds so
A. L HEACOCK.
that school can be continued. The new
3 miles west of Boring and 5 miles
south ol Greshatu. Phone Damas- building is expected to be ready when
school opens in the fall.
The Ladies missions society met with
GRANGE DIRECTORY a fair attendance last Monday at the
home of Mrs. P. A. Johnson. Refresh
PLEASANT VALLEY GRANGE No SAS
Meete second Ssturdsyst 7:00 p m . and fourth ments were served.
Saturday at 10:110a. m. every month.
The many friends of Anna Johnson
ROCKWOOD GRANGE Meet« the first Wed
r.eaday of each month at S p. m. and third Sat- will regret to learn that her health is
urdnv at 10 a. m.
MULTNOMAH GRANGE, NO. 71.—Meets the not improving.
fourth Hatunlay in every month at 10:») a m
Mrs. Emily Johnson is again very ill
in Grange hall. Orient.
Meet« flrr.t Saturday at last report.
and the third Friday of each month.
Alfred Ekstrom and family arrived
RU88EJ.LV II.I.K GRANGE, NO. 859—Meets in
Rua^ellville arhoolhouae on the aveond Sat last week from Westmanland, Sweden.
urday in the evening and fourth Saturday all
He is a younger brother to F. O. and
EVENING STAR GRANGE Meet* In their Louis Ekstrom,
and will rent his
hallatRouth Mount Tabor on the fl mt Satur
day of each month at 10 a. m. AU visitors are brother's 40-acre place near Pleasant
GRESHAM ORANOR - Meets second Aatur
day in each month at 10:90 a. m
DAMASCUS GRANGE, NO. »> - Meets flrst
Saturday each month.
I.ENTH GRANGE Meets second Saturday of
each month at 10:80 a. m.
CLACKAMAS GRANGE, NO. 2* Meets the
flrst Bat unlay in the month at 10:90 a. m. and
the third Saturday at 7:90 p. m.
BANDY GRANGE, No. 8W.
Saturday of each month at 10 o'clock a. m
COLUMBIA GRANGE NO. *7 Meets In all
day session flrst Thursday in each month in
grange hall near Corbett.
[Gransc. ar* rv.pie«le.1 tn tend to The Herald
infomatlon so that a brief card can be run
free under thia heading. Send place, day and
hour ol meeting).
SPECIAL—Poland-China bows , young I
thoroughbred gilts, just bred, $20 each, i
Webb Farm, phone 158.
Fresh Cows wanted. T. R. Howitt.
HOUSE for Rent on Main street,
apply to Chas. Cleveland, Gresham, (tf
LUMBER—At our new mill 1J^ miles
southeast of Kelso. We deliver lumber.
“The Sower Went Forth To Sow”
T. R. Howitt
BEST TOOL EVER PUT IN A
Farmer’s hands, for mending Har
ness, Shoes, or any sort of leather
or heavy canvas.
Moutavilla, April 27.— At present the
' subject of baseball is of first importance
to everyone from the small bov to the |
He bought his seeds of us because he found that he could get
Mies Lucy Hartman returned mis old man. These devotees of our nation- ;
them cheaply, and the quality is such that if they fall on good
sionary from Africa, will speak at the
Free Methodist church on Monoay • ment just now from our local team. ground some will yield 40, some 100 fold.
evening, May 2d. She is a worker ol I Both the Montavilla Cube and the boys (
He is also buying his Hoes, Rake6, Poultry Netting,
large experience in missionary work and I from the public school are winning
an interesting speaker. The announce nearly every game and bid fair to be- , Chick Food and in fact everything needed about the place of us
ment that she would speak Thursday come famous.
Follow His Example
night was a mistake.
Rev. Luther Dyott will deliver an ad- I
Mr. Wm. Rector and Dr. Titos. Living, drees before the parents meeting to be
ston, of Wisconsin, are spending a few held in the Grace Baptist church on
Friday night of this week.
days with the Fieldhouses.
Another sewing circle has been ad
Rev. Roper will preach a farewell ser
mon at his church next Sunday and in ded to the ever increasing list of Mouta
the evening he will 8]>eak at the Metho villa organizations. This is to be known
as the St. Elizabeth sewing circle and |
POWELL ST., GRESHAM.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Bauer recently is composed of the women of the Ascen
sold their place on the Section Line for sion church with Mrs. J. F. Shuffiebar-
$6000. They have moved to 999 Rodney ger as president. Its object is to assist
Avenue, Portland. Tle y leave Saturday in church work as well as to provide for
morning by steamer for a visit in SanFran- any needy families.
cisco for a visit.
It is with pleasure we learn of F. D.
The Ilendd force has bean crippled Keser’s promotion in the life insurance
this week owing E.8. Smith’s being cal business. He was formerly solicitor for
led to Colville, Wash, by the illness of this district and has now been assigned
his mother. But he reached Colville too to the office of assistant superintend
late, the mother having passed away be- ent.
fore he got there. He returns today.
The Lewie building, corner 79tli and
E. Stark, has unnecessarily delayed on
account of the incompetence of the in
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spector. He complained of the quality
of the cement foundation and after
PHONF 503, GRESHAM, OREGON
The New Market on Main street has some delay found it was all right.
a refrigerator and ice. Get your meat
George Martin, living on E. 79th N.,
out of the cool box.
recently fell from a trapeze and shatter- ~
ed his wrist so badly that he has been
unable to work since.
F. A. Fleming
S. S. Thompson
M. Smyth will close out his business
here and return to make bis home in
J. W. DARROW. Chaihem. N. YM
The sympathy of everyone goes out
Prtn Corrwonitent New York State
to our genial mail carrier, Fred G.
Sheldon, and his, in their bereavement
Livery, Boarding and Sales Stables
over the death of their infant sen.
New Line of Rigs.
Two more cases of pneumonia have
Your Patronage Solicited
been reported this week. They are Mrs.
J. Groom of Russellville and Mr. Twad-
ell, living at 15 Ebev street.
Phene, Farmers 516
TO THE TOWN OF GRESHAM
Bn i Hout ii this Beaitifil Addition
Lots high, dry and sightly. Good
water. Terms to suit.
Prices $50.00 and up.
J. W. LAWRfNCE. Gresham. a
State Master Favors Direct Pri
maries and Hits Caucuses.
In the 433 Granges In the Pine Tree
State There Are 56,000 Member«.
One Grange Haa a Membership of
1,000—Maine Favors Proportional
Representation and Commends Its
Master’s Attitude In National Grange.
Mrs. A. C. Wihlon and Mrs. Zay vis
ited Mrs. Jake Hosner of Troutdale on
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hamilton visited
friends at Rockwood Sunday.
Mrs. Ralph Neibauer and family was
a Portland visitor last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ickler entertained
Mrs. McCreary and Mrs. Armstrong
Theo. Neibauer has moved into his
Mrs. D. D. Jack has been visiting her
brother, and son Earl, at Wilamina,
for the past two weeks.
State Master Stetson opened the an
nual meeting of the Maine state grange
with a notably Important address In
which he emphasized the need of "a
fine, strong, abiding sense of personal
responsibility of all members in order
to achieve the highest success In
grange work.” He hit the present
caucus methods of the political parties
a hard rap. The people should take
this matter of nominating candidates
for public office Into their own hands.
is completing his
“We may continue to ratify party
nominations made by the bosses or we water system.
Mr. Wegman brought out a large load
may control the elections,” he said.
“We will choose the latter alternative of furniture last week.
when we come to a realizing sense of
Percy Giese is having his house re
our power and duty.”
Resolutions were adopted on a va
There is talk of a rockcrusher being
riety of subjects, but those of wider
Importance were the following: Oppos installed at the pit here, instead of fill
ing the reduction of the Import duty ing it up.
on sweet creatn from 5 cents per
pound to 5 cents per gallon; opposition
was expressed to the repeal of the
law which places a tax of 10 cents on In the County Court of Multnomah
oleo colored In Imitation of butler;
parcels post was favored; the price of
In the Matter of the Estate of Sylves
2',i cents for corn sold to corn pack ter Cannon, deceased.
ing companies was demanded for the
Notice is hereby given that the under
1910 crop; it was recommended that signed adminietrartix of said estate has
the master's address and officers' re
ports be discussed in the various sub filed in the above entitled court her
ordinate granges, and the Maine final account as administratrix of said
grange favored proportional represen estate, and that said court has fixed
Monday, the 30th day of May, at 9
tation in the national grange.
We quote from a Bangor paper on o'clock a. in., at the County Court room
this point, which says: “The report of in Portland, Multnomah county, Ore
the committee on the good of the Or gon, as the time and place for hearing
der embodied In that report tho princi objections to said account and the set
pie which the largest of ple state tlement of said estate. All persons
granges have endeavored unsuccess* having objections to said account are
fully to get before the national grange notified to present the same at said
—representation according to size or time ann place.
number of members. The attitude of
the national grange In this matter and
the disposition to retain in the offices Portland, Ore., Apr. 20, 1910.
the men who have held them for so
long and who are accused of running
Notice for Publication
affairs of that organization according Department of the Interior, U. 8. land
to their own liking regardless of the
office at Portland, Oregon, February
consequences to the Order in general
have l>een severely criticised, and a
Notice is hereby given that George
resolution was passed nt this session
West, whose poetoffice address is
upholding the attitude of C. S. Stetson
when a delegate to the national grange. 714 10th street, Greeley, Colorado, did
The officers of the national grange on the Sth day of September, 1909, file
have a paper which supports their po in this office sworn statement and appli-
sition in all matters and receives a catton No. 02200, to purchase the nwV4
large amount of money from the na sec 1, township 1 north, range 6 east,
tional grange treasury each year. In Willamette Meridian, and the timber
the state of Michigan, also in the in thereon, under the provisions of the act
surgent list, there is published a paper of June 3, 1878, and acts amendatory,
which does not support those officers,
and at the last day of the Maine state known as the “Timber and Stone Law,”
grange meeting this paper was adopted at such value as might be fixed by ap
as the official organ of the Maine praisement, and that, pursuant to such
application, the land and timber there
Secretary E. II. IJoby reported for on have been appraised, the timber es
the year ended Oct. 1, 1900. that there timated 1,120,000 beard feet at »0.50 per
were 433 granges In the state with 56.- M, and the land, nothing; that said ap
230 paid up members. Seventy-one plicant will offer final proof in support
granges have a membership of over
200 each. Houlton grange leading with of his application and sworn statement
1.000. The receipts of the secretary's on the 2Sth day of June, 1910, before the
office were »12.116.10. and the balance register and receiver of the United
States land office at Portland, Oregon.
in the treasury Is »5.511.91.
Any person is at liberty to protest
Onondaga county (N. Y> granges this purchase before entry, or initiate a
hare organized n system of crop re
porting. yields, prices, etc., that prom contest at any time before patent issues,
by filing a corroborated affidavit in this
ises to be of much value.
office, alleging facts w hich would defeat
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Balm For the Blues
HIS WAY OUT.
“So you won't chop the wood?”
“No, lady. I'm a kleptomaniac,
afraid I might steal some of it.
Managing Editor—Did you assign
that new reporter to the job of going,
up with the aeroplanlst?
City Editor—Yes, and he fell down,
on the job.
Poet—Have you noticed that long
A POETICAL WEDDING.
hair makes a man look intellectual?
First Poet—1 bear our friend Line»
Hearer—Yes, unless it is a long hair and Miss Rimes are to wed soon.
that bls wife finds on his shoulders.
Second Poet—Yes; they’ve taken out
Then it makes him look foolish.
a poet's license.
EXCURSION RATES TO THE EAST
FROM ALL POINTS ON THE
Chicago............................ ............................. »72.50
Council Bluffs, Omaha, Kansas City,
St. Joseph, St. Paul ....................
St. Paul, via Council Bluffs ..........
Minneapolis, via Council Bluffs
Duluth, via Council Bluffs.............
Tickets will be on sale May 2d and 9th, June 2d, 17th,
July 5th and 22d, August 3d, September 8th.
Ten days provided for the going trip.
Stop-overs within limits in either direction.
Final return limit three months from date of sale, but not later than
One way through California »15 additional.
Inquire of any O. R. & N. Agent for more complete
M c M urray ,
General Passenger Agent.