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GRtSHAM WAMS A HOAI
GRESHAM, MULTNOMAH CO., OREGON, FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1910.
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I riAilddk Schools (Jose
Chwce to Oil the Streets
NHÜ WARR AND StWfRS
THE EAGLE WILL SCREAM
Once more tbe Mt. Hood road ia be-
Il is up to the council now to act on ,
The graduating eien-i»«*« of the eighth
grade <d the Troutdale public ««-hool will City l>ad» to Consider Contract for the recommendation ol the commercial Fourth of July to be Celebrated in * ing talked. Several things hsve de
the Huaineaa Men Want Our Iowa
veloped within tbe last two months
i I m « h«l<l at Masonic hall Friday evening.
| club pas«ed We«lneAday night. If the 1
And Surrounding Country to be May 27, at which time a claaa of fifteen
Hull Run Watar—A Reservoir May action is favorable It means dustleaa : (Iresham-—Every body fixpreases a thst tend to »uggeet the eiea thsl this
Be Built--Seeded In Extreme Cases streets for Greaham thia summer.
Represented at the Rosa Carnival I are expected to receive diplomaa Thia
W lllingness to Make Event a Success eompany baa at last come toliie.se-
Mr. Kenny re|>orled that if done «<>on
cured new reoources, or changed bands.
ia the largrat claaa in the til a lory of the
Neg. dialion« have been under way fur tbe main thoroughfares could be oiled at
The Gresham commercial club at a There is no doubt that something in
That Graahatu business men want U» echoul and «piite elaborate plana are ar
have the beaut I««« of the town and re ranged to celebrate the event. Rev. M some lime (or the purpo«« of securing a cu«t of ||60 per mil«, and that the rousing meeting Wednesday evening tbe wind, if nothing but snmke, or
•<Hirer* of the surrounding country rep H. Bar«»unagian of the Gresham .M. E Bull Run waler for llie town of < «rreham. county would stand half theexfiens«* set the balI rolling for a big Fourth of rather vapor.
Home little work haa been done along
resented in th« Golden West parade al I church will deliver the a«ldreee of the Mayor Slialluck hat lieen in conference It was thought that she council might July celebration thia year. The fact
tl»e Rose carnival was evident from the evening and County Hnfierintendent with the city authorilire ot Portland vote to pay part if not all of its share that for the past two years thia city has the line ail the time but joat what the
enthusiastic talk on the «upp'd at the R«»hinaon will prolmbly pr«*aunt the di M'vcral tin»«a and Hie final contract is out of tbe general fund.
had a successful celebration, that mon motive behind this haa been no one will
com me nisi club meeting We«!u«wday plomas.
Tlie street« suggeste«l were, Powell ey was left over from last Fourth to ever know, except the promoters of the
* n*>w under consideration by the Gr««b-
street from Heli Wedler’s to Mannings, start thia year with, and that none of enterprise. Tbe general supposition haa
Bight. When put to a vote it carried
The member« of the claaa are Minnie am city council.
unanimously and President Shattuck Portello, Annie Crawford, India Zini-
While it may not I** neceaaary to con and Main street from Kennv'o to the the larger towns in eastern Multnomah been for a long time that tbe original
appointed the following commitlrv wtlii I meritian, Grace Miekley, Helm Roork, •Irurl a reaervoir at thi« place it ia en- depot, arid a short distance on South county ha«l so far announce«! plans for company was merely bolding the right
a celebration, were suggested as g'xxl of way secure*I for the purpose of dis
power to act on plane, funds, etc.
II. • !>>la Ntephena, Margie Hampshire, lirely prol»able that such will be «Ione. Roberts avenue.
reas«>ns why Gresham should get busy posing
_ of it to some one at a profit.
E. Pavia, 1» M Rolirrta, M B Paroun- Ir«‘iir luatourrllr, Richard Knarr, Rua* It will l»r easier to control the water
and go in fur tbe most patriotic Fourth Perhaps the time has come for the dis
agian. Il was thought that with the •wll Wilson, Frank Crawfor«!, Henry supply, and should there al any time be
volunteer work that could l«e secured Roth, Roy Buxton, Llovd Cu«nmina, a temporary shutting down of the sup
"Pleds” Too Much for Gresham ever attempted in the county outside of position but we will lose no sleep while
it is getting down to business. Previous
alaiut |l<i> would come near meeting Charles Itoork, Wallace Citing
ply the Wrtler in the reservoir coul<l I m *
The Gresham boy« met with defeat
K general committee of arrangements experience due« not warrant it.
the a« trial expense«. It was stAte«l that
The past year of the ^hool lia* lirrn drawn upon. Thia wuuhl In* of espec lant Sunday on the home groundw in a
for such a «lisplay, roaea from (iresham a moat aucceN«ful one and if any of th«« ial importance should a fire occur At game with the Peidmont Stan by a was appointed, consisting of T. R. How- i
ami immediate vicinity could I m « ob firefient corf«« of teacher« change it will tlie same time. However, any sort of •core of 11 to
itt. C. E. i'ugh, hr. H. H. '/“• w E-
tained by the wagon load. Various de I m « of their owu rh«M»Niiig lor the entire an arrangement will I m - I«etier Ilian the
Greaharn opened the same with a Wood ami Ben Mathew«, Various su^- i <’e<lar S<*bo<»l will give an entertain
signs were pro|MMn<|, enough to show patronage of the diNtrn t are well aatia* preiH*nt one. We need Ix-tter waler and n*li and
run» in the first ge»tions were made in regard Ur the
that Something attractive could I n * tiol with th«* standard of the work re* plenty of it, ami we also lie«*! some «ort inning but were unable to cross home music, attractions, etc., and referred to ment an.l basket social Saturday night.
of a sewer system. Every «lay this pfcte after that aa the Mara pulled the committee. It is expected that the May 28th, at the whoolhouse The pu
pils have been instructed in a neat ora
rhe removal <>f |«e<>pie to the new ftac k- is delayed means a loss to the town. them «elves
There will I m « hiin<lfrds of floats from
together and played fast arrangements committee will announce torical program. Miss Gould of Port
cities ami towns of (iregou. l-a«t year mg plant dtniini«he«l the enrollment, And it may mean mor«* than a finan ball throughout.
sub-committees very soon and no pains
land will be present to assist in the
(«rants Pass had a float that coat
but prraent indication« point toward cial I< h » s . We ar«« in tine sha|«e for a
Stapleton of I lie local team pitched a or money will be spared to make .Mon ! vocal program and will render several
Monlrtvillrt'« lM*autiful fl«»al, costing sev new industries for tlie town which will typhoid epidemic. S-arlet (ever w«>ul«l good game but had p»x»r support.
day, July 4 a day long to tie remem
eral hundred dollars, won the first priae incrraae the a it«* nd a nee next year.
tin«l an open field here and in fact any
Next Sunday the Giants meet the bered in thia “neck o' the woods."
ami a line float is la-ing planned thia
other epidemic would flourish if it
I.a»t year a fund of $275 was raised
Portland Blues an«l a good game can l»e
g«>t a good hold.
Entertainment ami moving pictures
Death ot Anna Johnson
looked for as Gresham will present a for the celebration and this amount
The idea that met with most favor at
The work on the pipe line is now new intield.
with w hat is on hand will insure ample at Junker's hall, Friday evening, .May
Anna L<>ui»a JuhriBon, «luughtrr <>( pretty well under wav. Several bun-
the mt'eling was that <»ur fl-«at should
means for this year.
27th, at s:15. bv Sandv public school.
rrpresent the resourc« s of thia s«vtion. Mr ami Mr«. I’. A. Johnson, wan born dred men have lieen taken out and
AdmiMion free. Ice cream and cake,
There wen* a doi«*!! volunteer« to help April 22, |M(3 Al IrotiwooaJ, Mich., died others will be sent from lime to time
if the committee would formulate a May 16, l’H<». Th«' family tnove«| to as tbe work develop«. It i* »till an
1 The Grange can force the battle for
plan. Let everybody say “It must lie <>rrg«»u when Anna w»« very young ami o|»en «¡Uestiun w hether the new pi|»e line
Mr. and Mr». I. P. Hart spent
The Kelso school will give an enter
have since made thrir home in Powell will I m * laid iMHmfe the other through ■ the farmer. It must meet the condi- :
«lone." Then watch the rose« bbsmi
day with relative» at Firwood. .
tainment and basket social, Saturday
Valley. Il wan the terrible disease of the town, but it is h «ped that it will
Mi»s Clark returned home from Port- evening, May 21.
consumption that ended her life, Abe not. It would be better forthetown 1 strength. Better financial conditions
la'itig ill alxuit on«' year She wan a ami for the water t»oard of Portland to
happier families and a greater love j Clifford and Harvy Schneider went to
Self-Binders, Twine, Mowen, Rakes,
Much land is l>eing «old in thia vicin true ami faithful member of the Luth let it follow the Section Line road.
| of the farm. By reason of its strength Sandy last Sunday to see their sister at Tedders, just as cheap as Portland at
ity of late fur orchards. If all goes well eran church ami wa« confirmed here
the Grange has added responsibilities the Strause Lumber cornjatny.
Hessel’s Implement Store, Gresham.
I an I summer. For two year« »he acted
we will Soon lw« a sreon«! Hood River.
w hich it must assume and carry • Miss Edith Hale spent Sunday with
Among tlie recent purchaaer« are «• orgAiiiNl in the church, She l»a«l «
through to success. It has an oppor
There was a time when the honest
Mr. Parker of Rockford, III, whofiaa lovable character and made many
Mr. an.l Mr». Churchill, Mrs. Alice tunity no other organization ever had I-a ura Vleb.
l»ut out a tine orchard ami i« not only a friend«.
Cannon and Arthur Chase of Pleasant to build for the future The great . The young people's society will give farmer was looked upon with scorn
Funeral service« were held at the Home visited friends here last week.
wct rNuful fruit raiser but has had con*
an ice crewtu social in tbe near future. and contempt by the residents of the
agricultural interests look to the
aidt-rable ei|«enenrr in raming chickens. Lutheran church «»n Tues* lay at 2 p. in
Mrs. M. Ball if entertaining friends city. But now the farmer has a bank
II. F. Rainey and his friend Ncbablin
account and pays his bills by check.
Mr. Barker Inmi «otithern Oregon baa by Rev. J. E Oortiling A h palltM*arrrs from the cruiser Meat Virginia are Grange to represent them in the leg- from Nebraska.
islature, before congress and in thc
He calls up his customers over the
U>ught <0 acres within one ami one- acted aix young men of la»l year's con-
Burley Spiers •pent a few days last
telephone, sells his produce to them
half miles of Handy on the auto r«»ad flrm«M*«. A large concourse of frientln the former's brother.
The Grange has an equal duty to week with bis parents, Mr. and Mri. and delivers it in his own auto
followed the remain« to their reeling
ami has moved his family here.
A mask social will l>e given at the perform in the town, in safe-guard- , James Spiers.
Th«« James Maby place ha* been sold place in the l>«>uglanN cemetery,
mobile. In the winter time, he takes
She leave« to mourn her I own a father, Firwood hall Saturday evening for tbe ing the farmers' interests there. The ' At Cottrell last Sunday the home base his wife and goes to California, or to
tn jMkrtirw from |joo<| River and it will
business side of the Grange is as ball team was defeated by the Kelao Florida, leaving the hired man to do
l«v divid««d ml«» twenty-acre tracts for mother, five sisters and two brothers. benefit of the progressive association.
The entire community extend their
Mr» J. M. Kehree, with her daugh suming important proportions The nine.
apple raising. This place, which is
the chores and keep house, in fact.
ter». Ida and Edith, have gone to Port Grange is not only a social and lit- I J. P. Phi pi is preparing to build a these days, the farmer is all and
within two and one-hall miles of Kandy, Nympalhy to the l«rrravr«l family.
erary club; it also reaches out and is tine barn wnicb will be a tine structure. somewhat, and the resident of the
land to »pend a abort time.
is very beautifully situate«!.
intimately connected with the busi
Paul I'unn has a gang of man at work city, envious of such prosperity, is
RockHood (kdiw Dance. Md> 28
ness interests of the farmer.
putting his savings into desert lands,
Another one of thorn« popular «lances
stands for education of the voting— ■
Burlap Dante at Roctaood
The Cottrell school directors have and reading up on the enormous
at Rockwood Grange hall will I m * given guest of His mother, Mr». E. M. Doug whether of the farm or other calling
Boiiirthing new nt the M acca I m '«' hall Saturday evening. May 2H.
sums to be made from apple or-
Will you be one ot this g-eat army ' recently completed a new fence in front ; chards, peach orchards, mushroom
Evervlxnly invite«! to pri<i«s, Richards' orchestra ami the
l'r Lupton made » business trip to
which is working to secure 'UStice
attend dressed in burlap
Saturday usual («range snp|«er will attract the Portland last week.
caves, asparagus beds, onion latches
and equity for all classes? If so. ar-
-Mr. »nd Mrs. Henry Hoffman of Ken-
evening, May 21. Mak«' your suits or customary big attendance. Everylssly
radish outputs, fondly thinking
Mr». .Martin Lennarts was up from range immediately for a Grange in »»«. Nebraska are visiting with Mrs. ' and
do the same thing Thus.
«Irt'ssi's of gunny *»< ks or any fancy
21 Pleasant Home on busineM.
the adage. “Back to the farm,” is
pattern of burlap, or cover your clothes
J. \V. Wirts gave a lecture Sunday
with that material. Tickets «»no dollar,
receiving new illustrations day by
at Firwood »nd »1 Junker’»
Get a Peacock awl. See ad.
hors«*, of all kinds. Also Oliver pivot li»ll in Sandy in the evening. Hi» sub
tongue Cultivators and one- and two- ject wa» charity.
(drd of Hunks
h«>rse guaranteed Wagons. At llessel's,
Mr», \ltba II. Ellis was called to
We wish to «‘Xpri'NN our appreciation < ¡realism.
Salem to attend the funeral of her
of the kind aaRiNtancr rendered by
nephew. Mr Walder lie was burned
frirmls ami nrighbora «luring th«' long
to death on the roof of tlie building on
Lots for sale in Cedarville, on
illm'NN ami death of our I m «I ovv «I daugh
which be wa» painting The unfortun
terms. II. W Snashall. Pleasant View
ter ami Nister. Th«* generous Mvmpalhy
ate man l>ecaine entangled In his ro|>e
Avenue: Gresham, Route 3
ami attention given bv all our ac«|iiaint-
ladder and »»« unable to extricate him
nnccs have I»«*« n a great comfort to us.
The Gresham Meat company will takt*
Wt' also «‘itemi our thanks to tlie many
David Douglass, superintendent of
who attended the funeral ami for the your farm produce at latest market the auto road from Portland to Mt.
II. nh I, I.as suecee.led in getting fifteen
Mr. an«! Mrs. P V Johnson
men and teams with w hich he is now
working at Cherryville.
E. I.. Cardie, general agent of the S.
O «>. line at Portland, and wife, were,
here Saturday and Sunday, the guests j
of the latter'» brother, Dr. l.upton.
An extra good session of the grange |
was held Saturday night
meeting will la* called for Thursday for (
Is due to the fact that we have plenty of capital, always carry the pur|»>»e of discussing tlie grange
a heavy cash reserve (44 per cent at present), and that we have fair to be given this fall
The remark that agents can duplicate our sale prices is “hot air.” We
adhered to a policy which has been conservative, yet along
Mrs. V, K. Foabarg is visiting her
progressive lines, always keeping in mind the welfare of our mother at Powell Valley She will al- '
have taken our line of goods away from agencies near Portland
customers and the community at large. The bank has had a so visit Mr. Foaberg's parent» at Drey
so that we can make you THE PRICE
steady natural growth from the beginning and the deposits Creek.
have increased from
William Metrger and Miss Florence j
Gould of Orient and Miss Pike from j
$22,272,29 in 1900 to $150,762.49 in 1910
$40 Team Hamess
Also Guaranteed Buggies with Leather
l-ents called on friends in Sandy.
$45 Team Hamess
trimming, fine leather quarter tops, in
Dr. Lupton han purchased a tine
We offer to our customers modern facilities for the prompt and saddle poney for his wife.
$18 Single Buggy Hamess
red or black
proper transaction of their financial affairs and are alway.>
$30 Double Driving Hamess
Mr. and Mrs. Crow were up in the
High Grade Henney Buggies
ready and willing to help our patrons. When money is scarce mountain» a few Jays visiting the (orm-
our regular customers will receive the preference
‘ er's brother.
The Up-Building of This Bank
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