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GRESHAM, MULTNOMAH CO., OREGON, FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 1910.
Subscription, $1.00 a Year.
Dcdlh of Mrs. Yhomds
The sympathy of neiglilsirs and friend
is tendered to Mra. Mary Schaffer and
family in the recent loss of their daugh
ter, Mrs. Maude Thomas, of Vancouver.
A husband and two children share the
sail loss. For the fifth time death ba»
shadowed the home of the Htiaffers
since their coming here from Iowa about
eight year» ggo. Mri. Thomas was aick
with pneumonia but a short lime ami
her death camo as a sudden shock to
her family ami friends. Hhe was laid
to rest in Vancouver, Wash.
I am so often asked for the rates of
|K>»tagi< on merchandise ami whether
the rate is greater in Euro|« than in
tills country, that I thought the follow
ing table one which should la1 filed for
reference would better answ er the qUCS-
lion and lie of general interest.
MSM4 MkWhlBB OF AHV BIWt>.
Germa- HwiU- Eng-
Kandy, Oregon. May 31 .—The »chool
entertainment given in Junker’s iiall by
Mias Canning was well attended. Hu| t.
Rigler gave an address after a good pro
gram had been rendered. Nir. Riglei
■ kalbu i.rrraus.
presented diplomas to the two boys
Germany, distance» up to 46 miles, H
who finished the eighth grade.
os. for lc.
Geo. Bornstedt lias moved onto Ills
Hwitxerland, distance» up to 6 mile»,
pro|«rty where be is erecting a new H ox. for lc.
To whole nation, H ox. for 2c.
U. 8. rural delivery, up to IS mile»,
Mrs. Crow and Mrs. Harrington spent
1 ox. 2c; H ox. 16c.
Memorial day III Portland.
American» have been kept ignorant
Max Davis and family have moved
our own property and ita possibili
into their new house which is nearing
The house vacated by ties. The reason we have not the same
them is now occupied by Mr. and Mrs. advantages a» European countries is
that we do not lake any interest in our
own affairs. We elect the politician»
Miss Irene Douglas» spent several
and never give any further attention
days with her mother tins week.
to the matter. They can get good pay
Mr». C. IL Meyers of Coos Bay is for serving the express companies that
making her home in Handy,
make a hundred million» a year out of
Miss Jonsrud of Portland *|>ent a few u« and are willing to pay to prevent
days with her parents.
the establishing of parcels post. If
Mr Karres has moved hi» family into you will write and ask your congress
men ami senators what alsiut this, and
Hie new cottage.
Tlie German society belli Memorial show them you are onto the game, you
sarvices in Junker's trail, Sunday alter- will get something, but so long ns they
know you an» ignorant, they will do
Maxwell Schneider a Sand/ visitor nothing for you. If each nismler of
congress were to get a liu nd red letters
Huiidav. He intends to start a photo
from hi» constituents about the par-
graph gallery here S ihi I i .
cel» |»“»t, the congress would remedy
Mrs. Bruns is »landing a few days the evil.
witli her daughter, Mrs. Howard Lake ’ Notice that the
not carry any pan
Two of Mr. Meyer» nephew», recently weight. This is
from Hwitxer'.and, »|a-nl a lew day» companies gel in their graft, $13.tM) per
hundred from Pullman, Wash., to New-
York City, unless it can lie broken up
four pound parcels or less, then
Lents Wins Aqain
the rate i» $H.tO per hundred. What a
lent* has won every game this season splendid graft, only live cents |«r
and Inst Sunday added new laurel» to pound or |5.00 per hundred, just lie
the team's excellent playing. The first cause it cannot I m * broken up into par
five innings witnessed many errors lor cels of mailable size. Oh, what a lieau-
each »ide and the score stissl 6 to 4, but tiful system (for the other fellow)!—
a» usual the Lent» team steadied down 11'. B. Kegley, in The Pacific Grange
and allowed only one run in Hie sixth, I Bulletin.
■hutting out their opponents after that,
and ru.iiiing up their own tally» from
Self-Binders, Twine, Mowers, Rakes,
five to thirteen in the last four innings.
Tedders, just as cheap as Portland at
The feature of the game was the pitch
Hassel's Implement Store, Gresham.
ing of G. Arnspiger for Lent».
last four innings tie got ten strike out».
Gresham Chop Mill will be shut down
Next Sunday the Ia-nts ls>ys will play
for repairs until about June 25tb. Carl
the Willamette iron Work» and a good
game i« expected.
Pounds II. H.
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An Entertainment and Ice Cream
Social will be held at Cottrell school
Another one of those |a>pular dances Saturday evening, May 2H. Everybody
at Rockwood Grange liall will lie given come.
Haturday evening, June II. Popular
prices, Richard»’ orchestra ami the
hits for sale in Cedarville, on easy
usual Grange supper will attract ttie
customary big attendance. Everybody terms. 11. W Snaslmll. Pleasant View
23 Avenue; Gresham, Route 3.
Rockwood Grdnqe Dance, June 11
If you want an attractive job
of printing clone, call in
The Gresham Meat company will take
your farm produce at latest market
That, understands your needs and is willing to help you
May 21, 1906
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Knauth Nachod & Kuhne, Bankers, N. Y.
l argest International Banking House tn the World
First National Bank, Portland, Ore.
Seattle National Bank, Seattle, Wash.
Two of Hie Largest and Strongest Banka in the Pacific-Northwest
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WEST SECTION LINE
Dr. Short ami Mr. Heaton weregwea*»
The closing exercises of the Buckley
Henry Mel by ami vife visited Sunday 1 The county board granted a petition
to name the road running north and school, heht last Thursday evening, of Wm. Welch Saturday and Sunday.
with C. F. Kesterson’s.
The roads above the toll gate are be
Earl Crawford ami Edd I’illster have south and ea»t of “Kilgaver,” Buckley were very siiecessful and reflected much
re-opened and repaired for ti*»uw»-
gone to Hood River to help harvest the
to the Foster road, a distance of about Lees, whose efforts to please, both pa mer’s travel. A new bridge is being:
trons and pupils was most gratifying. * built across Zig Zag at Rbodewdxose
Mias E<lna Morse left Thursday for six mile». The decision »»« banded
; down on January 14, lull), and the The schoolroom was festooned with tavern.
her home in Prineville.
notification was made to the petitioner, vines and rises and presented a beauti
At« Maulding is the guest of Kia
Mr. and Mrs. W. U. Moore spent Mr- M I Buckley, by Judge I. R. ful appearance. A number of oor res
brother, J. W. Maulding.
Sunday with A. B. Crafts at Stewarts. > Webster. During ti e week classy sign idents attended ami much pleasing com
Mr. Hill visited Welches while mak
G. N. Hager has returned from the Ixiards in blue ground and white letter ment was beard from the visitors.
ing his rounds of inspection in th*
Hix prim« country.
ing will Ire placed on each alternate H. McCartney has had the well drillers forestry service.
A. W. Roberton entertained friends corner for the entire distance and at the at his farm during the past week and
Another band of horses came across
head of each road crossed by Bucklev reports 33 feet of water at present.
from the city one day this week.
the mountains from the Descbotew
Andy Olson was in Portland on busi avenue.
A number of persons from here at- country. They stopped here ami gave
ness last Tuesday.
! tended Decoration day services in var- an exhibition of riding and on their re
1 ious cemeteries.
Chas. Hunter has got the first coat of
turn in about two weeks when they ex
|>aint on bis new bungalow.
Owing to illness in the east side of > pect to come through with another
Mr. and Mr». George Sleret of Gresil-
Adolph Kasper lias got the concrete am visited witli bi» brother John and District 2X, the teacher. Mrs. Rhoda band of horses they promise anesbei
Wallace, and her pupils were unable to treat in the way of broncho busting aadt
foundation in lor his new bouse.
wife several doys Het week.
attend the Buckley school exercises as roping contests.
O. J. Forsgren ha» added a commo
The County Judge and Commissioner was planned, greatly to the disappoint- I
dious porch to hi» house recently, which
The residents here had a fine view •(
l.ightener of Portland were out last | ment of both schools.
adds materially to its appearance.
both the comet and the eclipse of th*
Wednesday viewing the road running
Miss Ijees gave a pleasant treat to her i moon Mouday night. Both showed up
The bum i>t the mowing machine re north and west of this place.
pupils last Friday, spending the day fine.
minds u» that hav harvest is here once
Mathew Rauw who has been attend with them at the City Bark.
ing high school in Gresham, is borne
John Forsgren is putting the finishing for the vacation.
touches tl bis new barn.
Mr. Kellogg has lieen entertaining bis
Miss Constance Ewing has gone- so
The Donley boys are building on and mother for about a week, She recently
P. T. Dunn has sold a fine borse to Portland to remain several month».
repairing their barn in preparation for underwent an operation for cancer and George Kenney of Gresham.
Mrs. L. J. Rooney has returned h asww
the new crop.
It is reported that Stillman Andrews
is in poor health.
Chauncy Coffman returned fro® Svs*
has sold part of his place to the railroad
One ot the most successful ami satis
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Linderman of ;
homestead last week and has gone-so ar
factory »cliool years ever taught in Portland were guests for several days company.
trip to Seattle.
A. Bissett of Cleveland, Ohio is visit
Pleasant Valley was brought to a pleas recently of Mr. and Mrs. George
Leo McCabe is now in the emptsy si
ing his brother-in-law Paul Dunn.
ant close U»t Friday afternoon with a Moulton.
the Firwood Mill company.
g<Mjd old-fashioned basket picnic, which
Irvin, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Ickler, here soon and they may reside in Port-
Miss Mildred Rugh is visiting her sis
was thoroughly enjoyed by the young
ter in Portland.
who has been very low for the |>ast two j land.
sters, teachers ami visitors present.
weeks, is improving but is etiti very
Mieses Myrtle and Ruth Friel »*• via-
Miss Hedin and Rutherford closed a
Guile a number of mothers honored the
I iting in Portland.
term of school Friday, the 27th, and
occasion by their presence and many
Rev. Runyon preached at the Metho
Mrs. Ed Hamilton spent last week Saturday night the graduating exercises
expressed their sathfactiou on the
dist church Sunday.
were held in the schoolhouse. The
progress made by their children in their
Messrs. Morrison and Harrison wers-
graduates are, Anna Radford, Myrtle
up in 36 cruising timber last week.
Many from this vicinity attended the Radford, Chauncy Clark and Daniel
This is the third year for Miss Edna
A. C. Mowrey of the Portland Ltwwber
Morse as principal and the second for graduating exercises at Cottrell last Jones. Refreshments were served after company
and Mr. J dries of PortkancS
Miss Lillian Borquest as assistant in Saturday evening.
were up in 36 last week.
Miss Hannah Hedin of Portland vis
this school. The teachers surely have
Alfred Hamilton took Wallace Davies
reason to 1« proud of the results and son Lyman to the mountains up ited her parents Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. Golay has been spending a few
achieved through their un.iring efforts near Mt. Hood last Tuesday, returning
The Oklahoman ‘ells the following;
<lays at Bull Run. the guest of her cous as tending to show the farmer*’ part
to promote the welfare and progress of Wednesday.
in, Mrs. Moore.
their pupils and certainly deserve the
of our great national prospsrity of
Mr. aud Mrs. J. Goff, of Portland,
commendation and gratitude of the visited Mrs. Goff’s parents, Mr. and
which we hear so much from the
patrons of the school.
press and platform: A farmer killed.:
M rs. George Lusted, a few days last
It is understood that Miss Borquest week
two hogs and the butcher agreed to
S. W. Bladesdel, a capitalist of Port- buy them, the price being satistac-
will lie a candidate for re-election.
land, bought 20 acres of A. W. Ander , tory. The farmer said he’d like to
Miss Morse decided to accept another
at the station. Mr. Bladesdel has have the hams and shoulders, and
position which is open to her
Mrs. A. B. Elliott lias returned from already lumber on the ground for a again the butcher agreed. After the
a week’s vacation spent with her daugh handsome residence and will engage in farmer put the hams and shoulders
the poultry business.
ter Ruby at Corvallis and Newport.
on his wagon, he remarked: "WtH
Max Anderson and Cecil Jack were what’s the balance coming to mef
Miss Edna Morse and Win. P. Brooks
The Sunday school picnic held last i were recent visitors at. the borne of out from the city Sunday.
The butcher figured a moment and
Saturday in Bliss grove was well at-1 Riehard Beadle.
The Pleasant Home has‘ball boys replied: ’’There’s nothing coming to
tended and enjoyed by al). A tine din- I Mrs. Emily Johnson, who recently were not as hilarious as usual after you; you owe me $285.” And the
ner was served after which all partook moved to East Portland, returned for a their last game. Wonder why?
farmer was obliged to pay it. The
of ice crearti.
The temperance lecture at the church butcher’s figures were correct—the
visit with her daughter, Mrs. Fred
W. Crocket and family will leave next Wood.
was well attended and appreciated.’ B. farmei’s were correct. The butcher
bought the entire hogs at a whole
week for their new home near Albany. I
C. Altman gave some timely advice.
Mr. and Mra. Gillett expect their | 8. V. Camp No. 40 meet» st Lents on
Ed. Thun, the blacksmith, moved hie sale price and the farmer was charg
daughter to arrive from Chicago soon I 2d and 4th Fridays, Hamilton’s hall, I outfit to Sunnyside, Portland. Pleasant ed at retail prices tor the hams and
Initiation fee $1. W.M. Home would appreciate a good black-, shoulders—although that was not un
fur a short visit.
derstood when he made the bargain
I McDowell, Com.
J smith who would stay.
The Ladies Aid met this week with
Mrs. II. Linstad. There was quite a
number present. Refreshments were
served by the hostess.
A. H Bell and family were out from
Portland Sunday calling on friends in
Floyd Lovelace was out from Portland
and spent Sunday with the home folks.
Miss Florence Gould has the position
as primary teacher in the Rockwood
Mias Ellen Taylor who has
tilled the position for the past three
finds a rest necessity for her.
On Wednesday nfteroon, the 25th, 1
Mrs. G. W. Crockett entertained about
20 of the ladies of the Maccabees at her ’
home. The’ afternoon was pleasantly I
»sent with visiting and music. Mr. and ;
Mrs. Crockett have sold their home here
mid will soon go to a farm which they |
have bought m ar Albany.
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Buckley Avenue, Name of Road
Mr. and Mr». Willet of Mt. Pleasant,
Wash., were Corbet visitors Sunday.
Victor Nutiey was ill Portland Satur
day and Sunday.
Mrs. Emmons of Bridal Veil visited
the Emmons families here Sunday.
Albert Fox and ’’wife were week-end
visitors in Portland.
Peter Anderson was in the city on
Miss Abbie Stites, our popular teach
er, closed a very successful school year
Hrturday night. Miss Stites has taught
here two years and it is hoped by all
that she will accept the position next
year. The children and friends of the
school enjoyed a picnic in the school
An enjoyable feature to the !
children was a ride in George DresseH's
new Ford auto.