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Published Every Friday at Greaham, Ore., by the B kavbx S tatb PransHiso Co
H. A. DARNAl.I., Emm« am « M as auk «.
-everwl car loads of g<s«l
Aaron Fox, Troutdale,
Entered a* mm etui da*» mailer at the po»U>ffivv al Gresham, Oregon
WANTED —Boy« mav la* had and
The older ones nt
SUtSCmPTWK HITES >X‘t Y. ai II
in attvuner to t »rvl«n eountHeb. 11 . mi < x Mouth* ordinary
wag«« and ottiers to be
75c: Three month# trial mi K*< ti ption» »V. Single cepics x
for clubbing rates
schooled and eared for in return for
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Thursday preceding day of publication.
East St Louis. 111.
JOI HtlBTlKG is our specialty. We are well equipped to do the best w ark at current prices.
Especially farmers'and business men’s Letter Heads. Envelopes. Butter Wrappers, Statements,
roí* «« ai i
etc., in small or large quantities. Auction Bills. Dodgers. Posters, etc., priqted on short notice
FOR SALE—Bailed hay. Wiu. Booth.
1 knew a man who thought Ilia wife
ought to look hi« clothe« over «veiy
niglit to set« if tlie button« ware all
right ami no hol<>« in the pocket«. And
yet, I never heard that Im «at up night«
thinking of little tiling« he might do to
make Ilia wife happier. Lot« of 'em he
might have thought of I Brethieu, let'«
lie ready to give, »« well ns to take.
Do You Want
A nifty broom Bunqultiw on ijood blq
lot. just completed at the exceedinqly
low arlce of $2100. with qood liberal
terms? Terms are so qood It Is d
shame to pay rent. ( time, let us
show it to you.
Ten Carloads oi Gotxi Cedar Fence Posts.
Ten Farmers who know a good thing when
they see it.
Ten housewives who appreciate gotxi kitchen
SMITH LAND CO
One thousand people living adjacent to
Troutdale, Fairview and Gresham to
know that we carry the most complete
Our Methods Our Stock of
l iiiiils'r and Millwork und Our
We are confident that it
will result in «•verini: your huai-
m-ss when you ne««l anything from
a post to a hill of hliidier for a
house or l>arii.
David Harem, we assert, tion, transplanting. It is illus
trated with some telling cuts and FOR SALE—horse «nd buggy. A
didn’t plan that awful skirt.
Inquire first house «outil of
will be found useful by every bargain.
R-skwool or address Len Lovelace,
Canadian reciprocity has been farmer who will take advantage tiresham,
carefully groomed for the special of the opportunity towrite for it.
FOR SALE—pig 3 to 4 months old,
The best in quality for the mon
session of Congress.
to f 10. C. M. Smith, Webb Stock
Bulletin No. 12 portrays the Fann.
ey. is the motto we try to live up
A Financier says that ‘cor three species of plant lice that
to. Come in ami investigate
FOR SALE—Fine sorrel hofte. Works
porations have done the public infest Oregon orchards. H. F. •ingle or double. Phone Jh«.
MILL ANO TARDS AT LENTS JUNCTION
good.”’ Right he is. They Wilson is the author, and he ex K)R S A I.F G»xx! Go i t
“done” ’ 'em
plains the character of the little Mrs. Stephens, Pleasant Home
insects he discusses briefly
I mothy hay, I oom .
A woman always plans to have
sufficiently, with directions for, -'Ds.. Stephens. Pleasant Home.
two weeks in the spring free
FOR SALE—t»»am, harness and wag- ♦
from other duties so she can buy
' on at a bargain. Addreea, Sandy, Ore- ♦
her Easter bonnet.
title of the third, number 13 of BALED HAY FOR SALE—Inquire
It is the President’s honest the series. It is the product of I of Wrn. Booth, Cottrell, Oregon.
opinion that the woollen tariff Professers Cordley and Jackson. FOR SAIE—Green wood eut two
schedule is not all wool or a yard It classifies sprays, explains their vears, $5 t*O a c rd delivered in Gresh
am. John I’aunblad. Phone 3Sxl.
i application, and method of prep
Sometimes it is rough on a aration. These Bulletins are Ft>B S A LE—Brown Leghorn egg«. 5tn-
setting of 16 egg«. John Palmlbad.
candidate to judge him by the sent free to all residents of Ore a Phone
character of his supporters, but
every one who will avail himself FOR SALE—.5-horse power Stover
that is one sure way to tell what
job leaves our
of the advantages they offer. engine. Ed. Osborne. Phone 691. tf
are «killed and c<
For -al.—Quantity of fine vetch hay
not grumble at
Tacoma goes into ectacies in barn, also 15 tons timothy hay. C.
Now that scientists have dis
about the recent visit of Roose
covered, by means of the X-ray
Lot« for «ale in Cedarville, on easy
velt. The real occasion for the terms.
H. W Snashall. Pleasant View
that Pugulist Johnson’s skull is
overflow of feehng is that Ta Avenue; Gresham, Route 3.
over an inch thick, let them de
coma was able to accommodate
vote a week to finding out how
I the people who wished to hear
thick is Lorimer’s hide.
LOST—Bay horse, white forehead, PORTLAND,
Roosevelt speak. Tacoma, fifth unah<>d.
(Near Pap'a Restaurant)
alsiut 7 years old and of O.">0
“England also wants a slice of in the cities of the Pacific coast weight.
Boss A Waker,
Box 697, laints, Ore.
reciprocity.” All right. The has the finest auditorium in the
tarriff knife has been whetted west, will scarcely be. excelled LUMBER—At our new mill 1’4 mi lea
southeast of Kelso. We deliver lumber.
and ought to be ready to cut off anywhere. It seats 30000 people Jonarud
a big chunck when she says and is a credit to Tacoma enter
“where and when.”
prise, and would be a credit to
any city, even Portland. Just BAPTIST CHURCH—R«v. Fori M
Mill I I t mih s southeast of Kelso
Senator Heyburn says the Cap
itol is not a fit place for states compare the situation in Portland School Ida. tn. Preaching II a. m. CEDAR
the evening "Teddy” was here. and 7 :30 p tn., ««ch Sunday.
men of culture and learning.
METHODIST CHURCH —
But just the same we fail to hear The hall was full before the hour FREE
that the eminent Senator from had arrived when it was announ Sunday-School, 10 a rn ; Preaching
ced it would be opened. People every Sunday at 11 a. m. Prayer LUMBER $6 AND UP
Idaho is going to resign.
lairge sttw k of Dimension I.umb» r on hand
meeting, Wednesday evening at K
trailed miles of street to even o'clock.
Rough an<! Dressed lumber for all purposes
“Our sins are diluted and mea get a chance to look at him. The
send order to JUN8RUD BROS. Boring RD 2
ZION’S EVANGEI.K AL CHURCH,
gre in comparison with the ages throng that beseiged the doors Gresham—Rev. F. II. Freund, pastor.
ago,” says a Providence, R. I., till long after the hour when he ' S xkvk xh (German) 11 a. m., every
Sun« lay morning. Sunday Hchool at
clergyman. What concentrated should have began to talk was 10 a. m. Saturday school at 2 p. m.
double diluted quintessence of worn with waiting and disap LINNEMANN MEMORIAL M. E.
Test Dr. Hess
tiresham—P ahtoh , Rev.
wickedness our ancestors must pointment, and as compelled to CHURCH,
J. F. Dunlop.
S krvk ' kh , Sunday
9:45 a. in.; Preaching at
leave without so much as a School,
11 a. in. an<l 7:30 p. in.,
Advertisements are beginning glimpse. Portland has money League <!• votional, fl210, every Sun
Prayer meeting, Thursday
to circulate for the centennial f°r everything but a great con- day.
veiling« at 7:30 p. m. Everylssly
celebration of the founding of vention hall. It invites all sorts invited.
Did you know that you <■<>■ Id fwd
the town of Astoria, which will of conventions and public meet- SAINT MICHAEL’S CATHOLIC Dr. II««« Poultry Pan-a-ce-» th«
CHURCH, Sandy, Or«.— Rev. Berch-
halanc« of th« Winter, nil Spring, in
continue from August 10th to in#9 and then has little or no ac- told Durrer. Services will lie held on fact
until tin- firet day of Angii-t,
then if yon nr.- not «atiafi«d that it
September 9th. This should be commodations to offer them —
10:80 a. m.
has paid mid paid tiig.
an occasion of great moment for provided the convention be one FAIRVIEW M. E. CHURt H—Rev. J.
We will refund every cent you paid us
Astoria. No other city on the of any considerable size. If it O Colemanjpastor. Services, Sunday
School at 10 a. m., preaching 2d
coast has so important a place in were better equipped it would and
4th Sunday« at 11 a. m. and 7:30
It i« to male« your hen« lay, to make
the history of this part of the have a constant stream of con p. m.
your chicken« grow fast, healthy and
to cure gape«, cholera and
West as has Astoria, which was vention goers coming its way but ROCKWOOD M. E. CHURCH—Rev. strong,
Jahn, pastor. Sunday school every
made famous shortly after its the time it past when people will Sunday at 10 a. m. Preaching at 11
Of courae yon are expected to keep
being founded by a visit of expect to look on our metropolis a. m. and 7 :3i) p. m.
your poultry free from lice and for
that purftoae we know of nothing
America's first great prose as a convention city. Conventions
lietter than Instant Louae Killer.
writer, Washington Irving, in will head elsewhere, Los Angles, GRANGE DIRECTORY
his book, "Astoria.” While Seattle or Tacoma, more enter (Grange* are requested toilend to Th»- Herahi
*<> that a brief card run I m ? run
some of the other cities have prising, will capture this cream Infomation
free tinder thin heading. Send place, «lay and |
outdone it in rolling up wealth of the traffic and Oregon will PLEASANT VALLEY GRANGE No. DIM
Meet* second Saturday at 7 GW p. rn . and fourth
and capturing population, they continue to be looked on as the Saturday
MT. SCOTT DRUG CO.
at 1<»:;W a. m. every month
do not come up to the old town moss back state. There is and ROCKWOOD GRANGE Meet« the first Wed
of each month at >1 p. m. and third Sat
in sentiment, and no traveler has been too much of the idea in nesday
urday at 10 a. m.
MULTNOMAH (¿RANGE, NO. 71. Meets the
from the east feels that he has Oregon, and especially right in fourth
8aturdav in every month at 10 30 a. rn.,
Grange hall, Orient.
quite seen all the worthy fea Portland, that we wish outsiders FAIRVIEW
GRANGE Meets flr-t Saturday
tures unless he has seen “Astor to come here, spend their money and the third Friday of each month.
RUSSELLVILLE GRANGE, NO. V»A-Meet« In
ia.” Ex-president Roosevelt has for a little of nothing, and let us Russellville
schoolhouse on the second Hat
urday In the evening and fourth Saturday all
been invited to be present at have the benefits. If we have day.
BVKNtXG STAR GRANGE Mret« in their
the time, as has also a direct de people come our way we must hall
at South Mount Tabor on the first Satur
of each month at 10 a. m. All visitors are
scendent of John Jacob Astor, expect to offer them some accom welcome.
modations, and some participa GRESHAM GRANGE — Meets secon I hatur
the founder of the town.
day In each month at 10:30 a. m.
tion in our citizenship. Most of DAMASCUS (»RANGE, NO. 260.- Meets first
Three new Agricultural Col the people who went to see and Saturday
Anyone ft*riding n sketch and description may
LENTS GRANGE Meets s<?cond Saturday of
quickly ascertain our opinion fra* whathor an
lege Bulletins appear this last hear Roosevelt in Tacoma, went | each month at 10:30 a. m.
Invention la probably patentable. ( ommnnlra-
tlonaatrlrtlyconfidential. HANDBOOK on Patenta
CLACKAMAS GRANGE, NO. 296 Meets the
week. Number 11 treats of away satisfied and happy. Most first
sent free. Oldest Agency for aecuring patenta.
Saturday in the month at 10:30 a. m. and
Patents taken through Munn A Co. receive
the third Saturday at 7 30 p m.
garden management. It gives ! of the people who went to see SANDY GRANGE, N o . Wl. Meet« accond ypecio/ notlct, without charge In the
of each month at 10 o’clock a. m.
good advice about the selection Roosevelt in Portland, except a Saturday
COLUMBIA GRANGE NO. 267 Meets in all
A handsomely lllnatrated weekly. Largest cir
Thursday In each month in
of seed, the preparation of the few self appointed select ones, grange hall first
culation of any scientific journal. Terms f l a
soil, the arrangement of crops, went away tired, disappointed CLACKAMAS GRANGE meets first Saturday year ; four months, |1 Hold by all newsdealers.
of each month at 10:30 a m., and third Haturv ' MUNN «Co«-—New York
seed sowing, thinning, fertiliza- "sore.”
day at 7:30 p. m.
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The pleasun- will be reciprocated when you
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