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NEWS OF (MAM
GRESHAM, MULTNOMAH CO.,
• » OREGON, FRIDAY. MARCH 3, 1911
1910 GRISHAMS BANNIR YEAR
BIG BOOSTER Gl UB (4ILS CROSSING MAN MILS SHI SMALL RAILROAD OPENING OF
TO PUSH GRESHAM
GAUSE OF MYSTERY
BAKR WAGON ROAD
Tie- liixf year lia» l«-eti a busy one in
Road Superintendent McKay lias a
h <i«*rmnn bavbvior
Grenliam. I’lMipIr in ireni riil have l»-*-u
force of men at work this w**ek op n-
too buny to i*onni«|vr the development
iog the new piece of r**ad through M.
on Thiirwlay of la*t we« k by
Multhauf'x place, one mile north of
wofne kind of an HXpImiivi*. 11 »*
A n-prvM-ntative gathering of Gre»liam
S \ Klxfford aim family l>nv>- umvtxi
| fx-aving the O. W. p. track near An- R*x-kwi>od. Thia is an extension of the
towii •luririir the year.
M'"t of tie* iiu- , i-itizetix mi« Wednesday evening last in wax \««ry dt*Hf,ondenl but waa well
onto their Jurin **«»i of b>wn.
provviu'iilx have been in the way of
finam ially, l«»avir g pro erty valued at | deraon station is a short railroad that Barr road which could lx* opened up
la*«' Merrill in nt hum** recovering dwelling» 'Die town him grown in al- lb*-Odd Fl-lloWa hall and b«>k the first
o\ r $3fXJ0. lb ia Hiipjxoftel to base s«-m* to he a mystery, although it pur- for travel all the way out to Rockwood
frulli injurie» received by a wntfoii run- most all direetioiia. It would In- hard ! *lcp, toward forming a |,-rmain nt Com-
: ports to )>e only a logging road. It waa by clearing another section of less than
mercial dub. The organization hereto- relative»» in Germany.
■milt over Inn leg.
built a year ago, is a standard guage two miles a little further west. It is
b> tell which part linn shown the lliont I fun* in existence was <if small import-
affair and is of aueb superior construc possible that this will be done during
Field« Mi'C'iill <■! Portland »pent a development but the iinproveuieiitn have | ance, without any object to hold tlie in-
tion that its cost alone belies the axser- the coming «ummer, if finances will
few liourn with his mther Wedmielav in general lawn comfortable homes and
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES
I b-n-st ol it« nicmls-rs, but the new awo-
tmn that it was constructed only for the permit. Then only twu miles more of
ile ban a tin» position in ti e Albina all of a aulivtantial nature. It ia probable I I'ialion is Is-ing foumlvd on broa*i*-r lines
that the growth atarb-d the laat year will
l ast Friday at 2:30 p. in., the literary purpose of hauling a few thousand saw easy grade and the Barr road would be
ami ia inb-mie*) to Is- useful in promoting
Already a | the n-xoiirei-i* of Gresham ami the dis society met in the aee*-mbiy hall. After logs out of a s i all belt of timber in an assured fact ax far ax Troutdale.
G. W Kenney han, through the J continue ’hiring the next.
the reading of the minutes of the pre that vicinity. The value of all the tim The country through that part of the
agency of the Find Stab- Bank, wild the g-nxlly numls-r of buaiii*-xx blinks an* tricts surrounding.
meeting 1 y the secretary, Ixvttle ber it could possibly reach thia side of county ia fast settling up, besides the
E. F. I’ahnquixt 10 acre tract to H. II. miller way and it ia probable that others
At tin- Wednesday evening meeting
the following program was ren the Clackamas river w nld not pay the road runs directly through the new
Kimball of Portland, who has <'ommeiicc<l
W. H. Congdon was el»cu-d b-m|x>rary
cost of grading and trackage, to say county farm and it is only a question
the erection of a imalerii resilience on urn* hotel, bank and office building will chairman ami E. L. Thorpe- teni|>orary dered :
Song, Society; roll call, (quotations nothing of the other added costs of con of a short time before there will be
secretary, and a n-|x>rt wax read from a
to town in a long time. Juat now D. M.
another tborougfare leading from Port
Longfellow) ; essay, Lloyd Schram ; struction and operation.
<¡overnor Went vetoed all county fair
former commitb,- appoinb'-l at a mint
The road baa been finished for a dis land to tbe Sandy river.
Rols-rtx ia having an office building con
appropriations, hence the Gresham lair
ing field in the grange hall which favon-d solo, OlivA- Merrill; recitation, Christie
tance of about four miles in a south-I
will have to do without that flAiliao structed on llx* eaat aide of Main atn-*-t, ' an incorjx.ration iimier tlie stab- laws, Burkholder; biography. Floyd Hopper;
westerly direction, and in some places
nearly within itn grasp. It will mean a
the wa-ivty to have a inends-rship fix, quotatians for the juniors, Gladys
Will Improve Crossings
there have be n obstacles overcome that I
moat complete re«idem*es oil Weal Powell
hard struggle to raise the lun-eanary
yearly dues for active members ami a
Road Supervisor H. B. Chap
only the demands of a ]>ermanent rail
street, and another la under way for II.
amount for the proptMMxi premium lint.
sulM riplion list for aasixtiate members. Dunliar, Pearl Ruegg; Swedish solo,
conference with the mana
Palmer in ili<- north part of town. It ia
A aer oua light in nnul to have oc | certain that Hr II II Hit and liia Tlx- rv|Hirt was adopted ami tlx- organi- Emelie Anderson; school pajH-r, Leo cut Lax been made forty feet deep gers of tbe Mt. Hood railway laat week
curred al one of the railroad camps lent brother, Dr. Win. (lit, each have com i zatioti will la- started in that way. Three Canning; instrumental duet, Lottie through a long hill, and in other places in regard to the rqad crossings which
were appoitib-d ix* a committee fiaxia, Earl Thompson.
are now in very bad condition He was
Saturday night. The foreman was at modious home« planned for tlie summer. .... ...
Thia was one of the beet programs of the road is built upon deep fills that re assured that they would all be put in
under tlx- s*x i«-ty, a*-t they
tacked by some Italians and wan l-a-lly
It ia said Hr Bittner will alao build on
I Is-ing J. B Elkington, I.. I. Kidder ami the year.
need up. Several Italians were hurt. his property in latwn-nce addition.
pense. It may be used to some extent the best shape possible in a very ehort
li. I.. St. ('lair.
A report that a man wan killed waa
logging purposes, but there seems time. There are about twenty-five or
The w*>rk that liax gone on lure the
Mr. C. S. Smith s|x>ke on organization school met in the assembly hall to bear
found to I m - f lev.
to be a mystery about it that many thirty places where the railroad crosses
laat year can hardly la- realized till one
tbe county roads and some of them are
Janice Brooke, a boy eight yean* old, learn, that J. W 1-awrvnc*- ha, erected 1 plans and cited tlx* Hood River and a speech on Abraham Lincoln's assassi persons would like to see sc'ved.
wan nhot through lie- laxly at hie home a five room modem bungalow in latw- i Mi-dford plans which seek to include nation, given by Dr. F. D. Bancroft.
It is known that over < n t-.e Clacka just passable, but tbe work is not done
’ otlx-r nearby places in the general work Mr. Bancroft waa one of the body guard
in t'-ollrvll lent Hunday while taking a rvnev addition, Wilkinson haa a new
mas river there is being built a great yet. Mr. Chapman was told to set
of promoting the n-eoiiniw of tlx* «listnet. of Lincoln and wae in the theatre when
gun from a shelf. He waa taken to a ; bungalow in Rcgner addition, 1.. L.
power bouse. It is said that tbia power grade stakes where be wanted them
Portland hiwpilal ami may recover. Tlx* Kidder haa a new liourn* in Mt. Hood In conformity with hia auggeetiona tlx- the president's murder occurred. While house is owned by the Harriman system and the railroad company w old do tbe
bullet paan>**l through hie left aide two adiiition. Dr. Thompson haa erected a luemlwra pn«rot, on motion of J. A. carrying the wounded Lincoln out of and that some day tber>- will be a trol rest. In many places the grade will be
Paleix-aude, gave tlx- new club tlx- name the theatre. Mr. Bancroft caught a drop
mcliee Imlow tlie lieart.
ley line from eastern Clackamas county several feet above tbe track; in others
new bungalow, W. 0. Burch haa a home
»f Tlx- Gnwiiaui District Couinx-nial of blood from the injured man on a
to Portland and one southward into it will be below but all will ba saade
Hauling of water pipe for the new 1 of hia own now , Roy Giblie, C. H. I.aue, dub, and another motion by W. H.
sale and solid before the company gets
Bull Run line will prolxbly be tinialied i C. A. Hill, J. C. I’clerwon and Mr. Badinwyer fixed tlx* initiation ter at (0, piece of paper. This («per is still kept Marion county, parallel! g the South
in a hall in Topeka. Kansas This speech ern Pacific tracks a few miles farther dons.
neat week. Nine jointa a day have Havidaua are alao numbered among tlie with monthly dues at one dollar.
waa very much enjoyed by the pupils. eastward. If sach a rood ia to be bailt
been taken out nearly all tlie winter . fortunate. la-wia Metzger and F. H.
A committee on constitution and by
Road Nearing ComplefloB
and only about thirty more remain to Dodge are to be included. A new busi laws waa ap|x>inted consisting of C. H.
1-ena and Geneva Wright are abeent there would seem to be some reason for
Immense quantities of railroad ma
go eastward, except sot»« special jointa ness institution ia to be opened up on Smith, A. Meyers, L. Shattuck, D. M. from school on account of sickness, it the assertion that the little four-mile
road from Anderson is a part of tbs terial for tbe Mt. Hood road are being
for the curvea. The pipe is being yard • Eaat Powell street. Thia ia to be a Rols-rta and W. li. Bachnx*yer. They is feared that 1-ena haa pneumonia.
plan. It ia heading direct to the site of unloaded at tbe intersection of the
ed at Cottrell tor removal acroaa the factory for building supplies, window were instrucb-d to gel a copy of tlie
in the baaket bell game between the the power plant now under construction Troutdale branch, two miles west from
casings, door» and household neceasities
Hisel River laws for guidance and to Gresham boys and the Parkplace boys
and could be extended to any point Gresham. Tbe material coneiete prin
Among the young [mople of eastern Nor must we forget the extensive livery report at the next meeting.
laat Friday night, the score was 7 to 56 deemed necessary. It would be a splen cipally of rails and ties for tbe track
Multnomah who attended the llolniee
A membership |>aper was circulated to in favor of the Gresham boys.
did line from eastern Maltnomab to which is yet to be laid tor a distance of
Business college dance at tlie Armory opening <4 the buaincaa of tlx* Fleming A which twenty names wen* signed as fol
The boys’ and girl's baaket ball teams Oregon City and could have as many about twenty-five miles. Tbe construc
last Friday evening were Earl Middle
lows: J. H. Metzger, H. I.. St. Clair, went to Estacada Saturday night, at
lateral branches as might be needed to tion track will ail be taken up and re
ton, Roas lxivelace, l.loyd Tagart, Wui. Hockinson, recently the purchaser E. I.. Thorpe, Is-wis Shattuck, R. R.
which place both of the Gresham teams control all the traffic.
placed with permanent rails mneh
Charles Bauer, Flora Hillyard, Alma
Carlson, Paul HoeUel, W. H. Bacli- won the victories. Tbs scores were 1 to
It is undoubtedly the atari er of some heavier than those used for grading the
Middleton, Frankie Elwood, Roec El tensive improvements in his Ixirn. He meyvr, A. R. l.yuian, C. 8. Smith, W.
11 for the girls and 12 to 23 for tbs boys. thing more than a lugging ruad, bat its road. Ballasting of that portion which
wood, Harriet Van Natta. Heater will put a liam-inent under the entire E. Wood, D M. Roberta. A. Meyers,
Pearl Fleming was at school last true nature is kept a secret in order to has been laid permanently is going
Thorpe, Vesta Tegart and Minnie Palm-
C J. Lundquist, J. A. Pateneaude, 8. E.
morning and remained for get control of certain properties vriiich steadily on and it is thought that three
quist. They had a aplendid time.
Topplenuui, W. A. Johnston, L. L.
would go booming up to fancy prices or four weeks mon- will see al) building
given over to carriages and oilier nga,
Kidder, Jan»« Eikington, E. E. .Mars
Many of the signs put up by the
if people found out that it was meant operations about completed as far ac
and to a number of box stall«.
hall, W. H. Congilon.
Portland Automobile club at the vari- i
to be a starter of an important system. the Sandy river.
tier of Isix «tall have also been arranged
oua road crossings to point the way to
Plans for a larger list wen- made and a afternoon.
for outside. This will give .Mr. Hockin
May Kesterson was out of school
committee waa appointed b> m-cun- more
different destinations have been wan
son oix- or tlie most commodious and
The Gresham library will be very
names to tlx* above mil. The committee Monday on account of a bad cold.
tonly destroyed. The aigna and their
Multnomah Grange Dance
Ixwt <*<|uip|H>d liveries in tlie county.
grateful to any one who will donate
aupporting iron poata were an ornament
as named consists of E. E .Marshall,
Multnuuiah Grange will give another
Pill promises even a better showing
S. E. Topplenian, D. M. Roberta, C. S. jects and collecting material for the magazines which they are through dance Saturday evening, March 4. The
when firat arecled, but now many of
than that mail» in 1910.
with as the supply is running out. usual grange supper will be served.
them are broken down, tient over and
Smith and W. E. Wood. They will senior orations.
want them to send to Mt. Hood Richard's orchestra. Undesirables will
make an active canvas- ami expect to
ahot full of boles Some are gone en- j
not be allowed to remain.
and pipe line camps.
have mon- than a hundred memlx-rs en
tirely, and not many of them left un
rolled at the next meeting which will be
scathed. They coat a lot of money and
T. R. Howitt will give 5 cents a
A shooting gallery is one of the prob
The following letters remain uncalled held on Friday evening. March 10. at ness to Mr. Leland of the livery stable.
ahonld tiv let alonu.
abilities iu Gresham before long.
Mr. Hoes will continue to do teaming pound for beef cattle.
Mrs. Hannah C. Exon, a pioneer of lor at the (ireaham poet office for the the same place.
That the niemls*n* mean buxine** and
IMO, and for many years a reaident of week ending January 18, 1011 :
Gentlemen's list—George Mikas, Tom will go ahead is evidenced by the fact
Eaat Portland, died laid week and waa
buried in the Powi-IJ Valley cemetery Kallas, Elmer Wertervelt, E. N. Tim that U-ntative plans wen- made to put up
on Columbia slough laat Monday. Her mons, P. J. Nolan, Nels Hag land, a club building to cost not lew* than
(JT smi The money will lx* raise*I and
hnaliand, John Exon, waa drowned off Charly H 1 brook.
Iskliea' list—Miss Lizzie llano.
tlx* home for thefclub will lx* built.
the Columbia river twenty-five yeara
Foreign — Ilian Aprarinia, Yuping
Mr. Archie Meyers, president of the
ago A eon. Rev. John Exon, ia pastor
State bank, waa entliu-iaxtic enough
of the Methislist church at Eagle Creek.
('arila—Nideleno Koleff.Vieho Dunoff, to pmmixe that he would siiliecrilM*
Rev. I*. II. Trimble officiated at the
for tlie building provided that the sum of
funeral service, which was largely at Carl Ouslafaon. Bert Hardenbrook.
tended by many old-time friends from 1 These letters will be sent to the Dead f22bo wen- sulxx-rilxxl by others. With
Letter Office on March 11, 1911, if such enthusiasm then* ia no doubt but
the city and country.
not delivered before. In calling for the that the movement will lx* a aiiccem and
above, please say "advertised,” giving a |x*rnianent feature of the civic life of
Five centa a |H>und paid for good beef
date of list.
<in-sham and vicinity.
cattle by T. R. Howitt, Gresham.
I. McCOLL, P M.
Glty Srillnq Its Bonds
Patronize Your Home Bank
Don't wander around among strangers with your bank
account, but place your money in a bank where you can depend
upon the best treatment and accommodation, because that bank
has interests identical with your own and your neighbors*.
Your success means a great deal to your home bank be
cause the success of the bank is in a measure dependent upon
yours.' The outside bank will be glad to get your deposit but it
will not take the same personal interest in your welfare as the
By banking at home you place your money in circulation in
your own locality and benefit your own community. Let us
handle your business.
The town of Gresham ia advertising
the sale of bonds to the amount of
♦20,(XX) for the purpoee of building a
water supply system and for sewerage.
Of the whole amount 115,000 is to be
spent for piping the streets and the re
maining 15,000 for sewers. The bids
will be opened on April 4, and the
bonds will be sold to the highest ap
proved bidder. The bonds are to rnn
twenty years at six per cent interest.
They will be in denominations of $1,000
each and may be bid for separately or
all in one block. When the money is
secured the city will connect its water
system with the second Bull Run pipe
line, now being laid, and construct the
initial sewer as provided for.
Beef cattle wanted by T. R. Howitt,
Everybody’s talking about them. They’re the Best. Guaranteed by the Factory
We are making very low prices on Wagone, HaraeM, Buggies and Farm Im pie meats
$2 Full Lined Heavy Burlap Horse Blankets, $1.32}. 40^ off on all Chase’s Winter Robes.
. . $37.50 $18.50 Single Hamess at .
$50 No. 1 Team Hamess at
. . $27.50 $16.00 Single Hamess at .
Good Farm Hamess at
$33.50 Double Driving Hamess 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., Portland
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