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GRESHAM, MULTNOMAH CO.,
• » OREGON, FRIDAY, F EBRUARY IO, 1911
ON PIPE LINE
the Mt. Ilood mad in carrying mail It
Herald Mr. Campliell it making some bring them the material; also in laying
I imm l»ren known tor several weck« 'hat
fine improvements on his farm west of the permanent rails which ar«- replac
• florin will I m * ma<le to have powtotti <•«•»»
town. A eom let«- new water tys'em, ing the lighter constr iction rails at
re f*NtiiblÌNh<*d nt R<N'kwoo<| and Plean-
lx it li hot and cold, ix lieing installed.
If that <*itn I m * brought
At Lusteda it was found that there
Miss Viola Mathi-ws entertained the
about by the pvoph* a’ thorn’ two platen
Queen Esther class at her home Satur wax too much dirt for the necessary fills
A si rioits mistake, ma«It- while texting day evening. Aft«-r the busin ax mwt- along the roadls-d and it is being
There seem- |.i I».« >i imivvuieut on they will rich get a rural route, th uh
tiny Mathew» came very near being
fool to reorgan si .it least two of <hv mrtaihiig mute* «»ne and two from 1 the new pl|*e line near the I.lisle« 1 ing a .«x'ial time was enjoyed and re- dumped over a bluff.
tin- victim of a mysterious a-.anlt near
Paul Smith, engineer for the Mount U'igan last Saturday evening. He was
rural route« (rum tiresfism, mil anti <trrntiaiii and redlining th«» mimhiT school house, will prove costly to some rn lioieiits served.
«»till further, ho that it im more than one ami delay completiotrpi th“ line.
them <>m* **t th« r.iuta from l.<*nt« nml
' G. L. Ingalls, O. W. P. agent at Hoo<i railway company at the Stanley at the Vaily farm when a commotion in
I*** three months the l«rn attracted his attention. He
perhaps two from Ito mg
Whether I’robable that Grenhani will again hav«» When tbe teat liu«l Ixs'ii c«implet>«l with ireshain, has resigned his jxisition her«-Kr,ve' P*» ^"r
hut I w<> routen I m * fore two yearn more, a pressure of I'M fwiiinijs, the order wa« and .1. M Johnston ha« b««en appointed j I“1* opened a new r camp
, _ just fa-low went to tlie l>arn to ascertain the
the |sist«dll' v department 1» doing lid*
I lowaver, the general xervic«« will not given to let th«« water- out of the pipe.
is problematical, but there is a feeling
to take iaiw place. Mr, Johnston was Rockwood ami taken tbe contract to trouble when he was accosted by two
, rein «ve 27,Out) cubic yards of dirt. He men who took him across a field toward
iu piintolli«'e circles ttia sucli is the nuffer. on the contrary it will I»«* Im In doing so the engineers in charge of formerly agent here.
proved because <>f earlier nervice ami the Work forgot to o|*n the air i elite
cane nml that the diqiartment in »'eking
Charles Kalmar, who two years ago will have fifteen men at the camp and the railroad track and then up Hogan
an estviiniun to portion«« of the t«o ritory witli the result that twelve Joints of the
I expects to tie engag«-«l there for at least station, fn some manner he manag'd
to n| ply Ils wntcfiword of economy to
to a farm near Oregon City, has
not now being nerved.
pipe collajieed under the outsule pres
to get away after a severe tussle with bis
It in Hurmi«M*d thaw present route No. sure Nine of the joints ate lying io sold his place there ami may return
Camp 4 is now only a memory. Work captor», but during the »cuttle he was
It is the aim of the department t<>
! I will be the one to go if any change in the trench with their »Ides touching,
at tbe Stanley gravel pit was finished at slightly cut across the breast by one of
give adequate »vrvie • at the iiilniinum
: made. From Indirect reports it is be- while the other three are less badly known in this vicinity and the other I midnight on Monday, and tbe task of
coal, and at the same time make all
the men with a sharp knife. The blade
1 Heved that Troutdale, No. 1 will take a wrecked, hut wholly ruine<L
’ of removal began tbe next morning, went through his clothing and grazed
the rural rout«-» of nearly the name
| |M>rtion of it along ths Bane Lins and
It is estimate«! that the cost of re
j Tbe big steam shovel was taken to the skin. Once free he made a hasty
Twvuty-lour miles is the
that the Cleone rout«* will get a part placing the ruinisi section will be about has appropriates! «1,5iO for aid of the Camp 3 about three miles southeast of
standard route, but one from Grenhaui,
getaway. He was unable to recognize
i I'renent route No. 3, from Gresham fkr>,Oi»>, as new pipe will have hi lie se Gresham fair. When the senate gels the city, win-re it will remove nearly
one from la-nts and two from II ring
bis ax-ai'ants whom he describes as be
would thun be able to nerve the remain- cured, hauleii bi tile scene ot tlie acci to the bill there ix a probability that it I :ki,0O) cub'c yards of dirt, when the
are Iwlow this figure, ao it In thought
ing roughly dressed, one being heavy
' der of No. I aller lowing alnuit eight dent and all appliances for laying it hill be cut down to at«>ut tl,<KX). The , road tied will fie completed to where it
that one route from Gresham can lie
set the other a smaller man.
miles to lamtn I ii the event of the w ill have pi lx« taken there again, be larger sum coulil be use-l Ui grxid a«l- crosses the Powell valley road. Tbe
idiminatisl, the territory given over in
Mr. Mathews is unable to assign a
change« being made nt least one the »|4jvx tbe great task that will confront vantage, but ‘‘economy” will doubtless cut at Stanley’s, where camp 4 was Io-
part to I. *nt<« mid H »ring, mi 1 leave
reason for the attack but has hia
revail when the final vote ix cast.
camera from thin place will lone bin job, the workmen in making the change.
cate«I is the larg«-»t on the line, being suspicions as to who they were So far
lirrtluiiii MiiU lliri’i' full ri /« m | rout.-.
hut all the remaining routen will b<* of
There is likely to lx- some contention
half a mile long, 100 feet wide and 35 i they have not been located, probably
Th«* nnvuiR l<> th> depart iih ’ u I hsm b«*«*n
practically the »anir length with th >■ as to who will suffer tin« l«>nx. a» it is meeting Monday, February 6, and elwt- feet deep. It wax the seen«- oi grvat«-st
<* m I tui xt«** I to I m ’ alnHlt * h MI H year if
having left this vicinity.
m i n irnum nalarv.
claimed that the city water lxiar«l ac i'l the following officers: Mrs. J. W. activity for the past three mouths. It
kn iu n that a
thin w««r«« dotte. It
cepted the work when the text was Shattuck, re-elecied pr«-xi<h-nt; Theo, w »s ma«le directly across Staoley avenue
|Mrtilion h «i been pre|»ar«*d f’»r Nigna*
You are probably aware that pneu
xatixfa-'tory, nml that by its orders the iirugger, vice pre»id«-ni: R. R Carlson, an«l will be bridged with a substantial
luriwi and that a remount rance N alno
treasurer; Gxo Keller, secretary The structure as soon ax possible.
monia always resnlts from a cold, but
to I m * <’i rt'ii iiil»*«I, hilt th«1 d«*part in«* nt
< hi Saturday • venmg la»*t a m«*r \
you never heard of a cold resulting in
«incision, there is i mng to tn- loss of I library will giviy it* annual fr*«1 tea
will do pridi v m ich a* it I
i pnity <»f V' »Ullg pitpit« RUrpriaeil Earl
Oregon’s biennial mud tax is i four |in»-nmonia when Chamberlain’s Cough
i Katunlay aftermsm. February 18 front
I Mi«l<llrt<m, th«» >ccn*i'»îi being bin 21<t
regnrdlwii • f the w ixhvH of Ihr I
The amount i ex ved Ksniedy »»« need. Why t?ke the risk
t to 5. Everyone cordially invited
Yet it wil I maintain a gtawl
birthday. The i'vmiíi/ vs a*« enjoyable
woulil build l.’xiO miles of gixxl r«iads. when thi« remedy may tie had for a
wlmteyvr it dora and if Itili
«•¡»«»nt with itim ir, gaim'N and
j vicinity, is in » San Francisco hospital It would improve ail the highway* in triti.- ! For -ale by all dealers.
Ahoiikl I omc another rouir the
l ari war th«* recipient <*f a fine
tbe state. Oregon's nin«f tax save«l
Would fiot I ** inconvenienced
' iitftavi*<l Hold ^at^di from bin father in
at work ax engineer on the steamship I would pay several times the possible
How to cure a cold is a questi n in
h<>nor of I hh attaining bin 2!»t annivvr*
where he wns employed. He was seri- tax for jH-rnmnent highway« making which many are interested just now.
On«* fin l<»r in th«* <l«**ir«* to reorganize «ary
Th<»*«« preiuMii I hhh I vh the family
I ously scal<le«l by escaping •team when under the proposed g««xi roads bills Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy has won
the a«*rvi<*«* IM the conge* ion on rout«» wt»re Ma/- Nchantine, Hvnter Thor|M\ tin* pa«t week.
submitted to the Legislature by the Ore
an explosion occurred.
it- great reputation and immense sale
NO. 1, out <>( Ix’ntx Thi mule has Myrtle Stanley. Miriam Brown, Addie
weeks he wax kept in total darKnees to gon Good Koads association. A mile of by its remarkable cure of colds. It can
alx>ut m m I bo\<*H, which number lx Quinrnbury,
Maud JoliDHton, l><»rn attack o' grip|M*.
great«*r than all th«* <ir«-*biim route«« Hur k ton, Ida Stride, Mavr Ix>vrlace.
Wallac«* Wilkenson has lieen quite ill restore bin even which were nearly liegin“ th«- returns on the investment always lie depended upon. For salé by
blinded, A companion employee w»**
combined. Something will haw to be VvHta Trgart, Forent Jeune, Clarence with grip for some lime.
from the go«xl roads construction. Other
killed by the same exploaion.
done there t<> relieve I Im carrier, w ho , Stanley. Joseph tS’bnntin«*. Koland
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrene«* spent Satur
miles of gixxl roads open up the state
threjitciiH to quit la*<*auae of being over <piin<*nbury, l»«*ite*r QuiMvnbury, George day ami Sunday visiting in Salem.
Sedentary habits, lack of outdoor ex
to increased population. inten»itie<i pro
worked. In making Home changen fl ih St«*ele, Ko»» Ixivelace, 11 diner Anmparh,
development, ercise, insufficient mastication of food,
I»*wis Shattuck and wife returned NOILS ALONG IHL KIGHLOLWAÏ duction,
likely that lx»ntH will get n city carrier, Mr. and Mrn. Schiller.
makin possible tbe more pleasure» and constipation, a torpid liver, worry and
j from 1 a >* Angeles last Saturday.
when it will la» neceaaary to give the
bring rural delivery, increas'd anxiety, are the most common causes
George Howitt of Moiitavilla was out
rural carrier» th« r<* aotne new territory.
sociability, eleva.e citi of stomach troubles.
to see his brother, T. R. Howitt, Sun-
habit« and take Chamlierlain s Stomach
Wdshinqton’s Birthday Dance
Heme th«* encmacbni«»nl on Grraham.
' east of Pleasant Home there is a mile zenship standards, <io«ible in value and Liver Tablets and you will soon be
K im kw.sMl grange will give a Wash «lay.
B«*Hidi*H th«*Hv probable change» in the
well again. For sale by ail dealers.
stretch up. also at RockwissL
service, it in not unlikely that then» ington birthday dance Tuesday even
will I m * other« within two vear«. when ing, February 21. Richard's orchestra, I week visiting friends and relativ«*» in
Falls Victims to Thieves
1 «team shovel at I leasant Home, where
Sandy. Ore.. Feb. 2, 1911.
the usual grange supper and tickets, II trexham.
S. W. Bend* of Goal City, Ala., ha« a
by a large quantity of dirt wax left in
Notice is hereby given that the
A 96-l’dqe LHary tor Our Readers
the wrong place, the contractors are justifiable grievance. Two thieves stole partnership heretofore existing be
We lak«* pleasure in announcing that to remain nor will they be Hold tickets Mr*. Wm. Ross at St. Helen*, over Isst
erecting a steam derrick for use in its his health for twelve years. They were tween Willard Bosholm, Ned Nelson
our readers can secure n valuable ‘.»I
removal The expense is several Inin- a liver nnd kidney trouble. Then I>r. and Antone Mikelson. (and known as
page diary for lull by sending four 1-
Guv Fieldhouse, who has Incti hud ! drvd dollars.
King’s New Life Pills throttled them. the Firwood Lumber Co., in business
cent stamps to l>. Swift A ('<i., patent
Notice to Creditors
up lor tin past five weeks, is able to lie
He’s well now. Vnrivaled for consti near Sandy for the last three and a
lawyers, Washington, l>
Notice is hen by given that Ihriiy- out again.
the railway grade finished that they are pation, malaria, headache, dys|iep-ia: half years, will be dissolved the first
is worth 25 «•ents atul contains a mem- ! derxignvd ha.« Ix'en appoint««! n<lminis-
Miss Ruth Nildin of Montatili:« ix offering extra indiK'ement« to the 25c
For naie by ajl dealers.
of March, and that all outstanding ac
<>ran«la ami date f«»r each day of tbe tiator of the estate of Lydia J. t'allwidl, spending a few days w 11 h her cousin.
counts due to or against the firm
year; th«* census of 190*1 ami 1910 of the dreeas<«l, by the county court of the Bessie Howitt.
foreman at 1.listed» has been promised
A piece of flannel dani|>ened with should be paid to Antone Mikelson at
states; nearly 3<«> of the largest cities; state ol Oregon, for Multnomah county,
Mrs. Rosa Metzger of Portland. ne an extra hundred dollars and a suit ot Chamt>eriain's Liniment and Isiuni on Sandy, Ore., on or before the first of
synopsis of useful every day informa ami I ih x ■ |unIiliv«l. All person« having
compaiuixl by tier chihlren. s|*eiit Suu- clothe* to get done liv March 1st.
to the affected part- is superior to any March, ion, and take receipt there
tion ; buxincxx laws; jiatent laws ami claims against said estate are hereby
how t«> obtain ami sell a jiatcut ; busi notilie«! to present the same to me at <lay in Gresham.
A camp lias lu-en establisln-1 at the plaster. When troubled with lame back fore.
ness forms; jxistAg«* rat«««; and the
Mr. and Mrs. John lhasli of Walla j northeast corner of the city a here or pains in the side or chest give it a
amount of corn, wlmal, <>au>, tobacco 314 Spahling building, Portland. Ore Walla, Wash , art* visiting Mrs Brash’*
, alsiut loti men have their quarters. trial and you are certain to be more
gon. «Iiilv veriticl, within six months
nml cotton produced in each state.
sister, Mrs Holliday.
| They are employed at Hie work of bal than please.1 with the prompt relief
Clubbing offers: Herald and Oregon
from the date hereof.
Ia*e Merrill, who ix lineman fur the lasting the track as ttie gravel trail » w hich it afford«. Slid by all dealers.
Agriculturist for one year $1.
First publication .Ian. 14, 11111.
Mt. Hixxl company at Bull Run, came
New Real Estale Company
HI GH M. CALLWELL,
down for one night this week.
Having opened a real estate office in
Gresham, we wish a nice list of lamin J ohnson a van zante ,
John Conley and -wife.have conchnled .■
Ixith wild and improved to offer our
that Gresham is the best spot and have
• retnred here to make their home.
large list of prospective buyers. If you
When her child is in danger a woman
have anything to sell come in and see
tiresliam high schtxil basket hall team
us. We arc in a jxisition to handle will risk her life to protect it. So great itvfeate«! the Dilley high school team on
xtfccessfully all kinds of realty either act of heroism or risk of life I» necea- the Grt-aham floor Friday night. Score
wild or improved, large or small, town wary to protect a child from croup. wax 3(1 to 5,
Give Chambarlain’s Cough Remedy
Will Miller, who was call«*d to Baker,
If your price is right we will do the and all danger is avoided. For sale by
Oregon, on account of his mother’s seri
S mith L amp C ompany ,
ous illness, has return«*«! amt re|xzrts
Office on Powell street, Gresham.
hi- mother as better.
Ask «l'ont the Herald Clubbing offer»
Chas McColl and Mark Emery came I
home Tuesday from Eugene, where
they attend the university, to spend I
their mid-term vacation.
Look Odore You Leap
la an olii saying that hold» g«H»l in starting a bank m-count
Before you place your money in a bank look for the following
Peter Michel and family will move to I
Portland in th«* spring, where Mr. I
Michel will engag«* in tho creamery I
business with his brother.
Miss Pearl Fleming was taken to the
Gixxl Samaritan hospital last Friday
for an operati n for appendicitis. At
last r«*|Hirt* she wits doing well.
Sis- flint tin' nit'll «Im manage tin- affair« of the bank haw limi long posi
tions of trust; Hull they hh - men of charm ter unti ability nml not <li«pose<i to
Mrs. Paul Smith r«*turne,l l <>m S.ilem
s|H'culiiii<ui ; that tin y have no «(ring- on proposi «! projivt.--. uml that proposixl
project« him no strings on tlu-in ; tluit they ar* in fact, men » Im w ill stami lor
this Week, where she went t*> -cttl«' up
right regardless of Inlliii'tiees.
some l'iiHiii«*'*M ; ffaim and » piiionc tlie I
The bank should have amph'a'iipitid. Thi« bunk I ihs a capital of f IA. ism .no
family «•fhrtH to their horn« in li
fully paid, and actually paid in cash
\ gissi surplus mud is an additional -■ < uiily
This bank curries a -urplits
Ilodvr I'horpe grndmu<*<! from t e
of $N,t»*>.0O, available in ca«e of emergency.
eighth grade of the Terry «chool last
The bank should curry a g«»sl reserve 11 cash This bank carne«
of over 30 1 st cent oi its deposits more than double that required by
1 month, living t lie only gì .« I nan
The bank should Is1 pros|ienilix. If a bank don't make money
ia now attending the Ibs'kivool high
projxTly managed. The limineii r «Im said ' ll you an' not in bn-ines
money, you are not in buxines-,” was n man on wlmm you eunld depend.
Jerry M. Stanley went to Sal m last
week, returning on ruentlay with a
Htring of horses belonging to Paul
Smith for iihc on the Mt. Ilo'od railroad
.1. II. Campltvli called in >ahiiday
morning to renew his order (or the
Everybody's talking ¿¡bout them. They’re the Best, (iuaranteed by the Factory
We are t «king very low prices on Wagons, rn
s, uggies and Farm 11
|$2 Full Lined Hea y Burlap Horse Blankets, $l.32|. 40% off on all
Chase’s Winter Robes.
|$50 No. 1 Team H mess at
. $37.50 I $18.50 Single Harness at
(Good Farm Hamess t
.... $27.5 ; $16.00 Single Harness at
|$33.5O Double Drivin. Harness at . $25.75 | Good Double Hamess at
Snap on Some Buggies we are closing out.
See our Big Stock of Goods in the Moline Plow Co. Bldg., 320-328 E. Morrison St., Portlard
C. L. BOSS & CO