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QRESHAM, MULTNOMAH CO.. OREGON, FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1911
ceremony will probably be repeated at
t right to be called a wind twoter now.
to, It has Item found that the red day
Troutdale cemetery and both eommun-
The editor of the Rockwood Ripsaw
will make a fair quality of paint while
itiea can join in the observances on
saw tbe parade, or thought he did, but
the blus clay is a natural mineral soap
lx>th occasions. The entire public ia
he waa snoring off a jvg when it passed
of considerable strength. Tbe two
invited to witness tbe ceremoniea.
ths creamery where be was asleep in a
colors, although coming from the ground
together, are dissimilar In appearamw
Chief Engineer Ixtoaecoupling of tbe
LAYING STEEL WESTWARD
Nome lni|M>rlatit Improvements are and quality as well as in color. It is
It would seem that the Commercial
That was a great gathering in Gres Terry Tigers was presented with two
soon to be mails In ths local telephone
ham last week, where the firemen of pounds of Dutch cheese for wearing tbe
service which will lie appreciated by and that they may tie put to commer
Laying of steel on the Mount Hood
Eastern Multnomah gathered together handsomest rubber boots in the parade. ing manufacturers to locate in Gresham.
tbe general public and Im of material
Other towns of Inter importance are road west of tbe Troutdale branch was
to have their tournament. The rain
l»ne lonesome from Boring mails a
benefit to the company by Increasing
was a dam|mner and 1 left as soon as 1 great blow about being able to make an forging ahead because of tbe existence begun yesterday, the crossing of tbe
the revnouee an I satisfying the stock COMMERCIAL CLUB INCORPOKAÎFD
discovered that the outside of my cider elder squirt gun that would throw a of a payroll, notably one just acrons two roads having oeen completed dur
holders ami patrons. An executive
the Columbia river from here. It ia ing the preceding night after the cars
The Board of Governors and <>111.-ers liarrel had come in contact wi h water. stream further than the old Button only four miles sway in a direct line,
board has been elected from among the
had stopped running. Track laying
directors, consisting of Arthur Dowsstt, of the Greehatn District Commercial
yet it is further than Chicago to the will proceed aa rapidly as possible now
return but General Lickdaub s deer
Thmsiore llrngger and Charles Cleve
people of Multnomah county. The as tbe roadbed is practically completed
bound and Mias Boggle Bossycow's pet
land. Mr. D.iwsett haa been given the completed the incorporation of the club I hmm II c mails more fuss over me than Tornadoes, carried a bunch of grass io people of the two towns are not even to its western limits at East 24th street.
bis trumpet. He said flowers were too
|H>eitiiin of manager leaving U R Kel according to tbe laws of Oreg-n. The
The crossing at the Base Line will be
if 1 had just returned from tbe fair costly. Buck will eat hay any time acquaint« 1 with each other, yet Wa
ler as superintendent of the lines.
with the beat single-lantern record for rather than buy himself a square meal. shougal is on th« map and is forging about three feet above tbe old grade of
Another swiU'lilioard baa been order
ahead much faster than the towns on tlie Base Line, but tbe railroad com
sneaking past tbe furrow. If Boggle
The Trilby Hooks of Montavilla were this side of the river.
ed which is expected U> arrive berti 1 Thorp, C. H. Smith, T. R Howitt
pany will fill each side of the track for
Membership don't muxzle her pug I'll pull Boggie's presented with a handsome bag of saw
aboil July I. It is of the same capac and James Elkingtoii,
A visit there last Sunday was a reve a distance of about a quarter of a mile
dust for their gentlemanly non-appear lation. Ti.e town baa a finer school This will practically eliminate any signs
ity n> the one in use at present. Both certificates will lx* issued and tbe niem-
the Herald all about the tournament.
ance in the parade. Too much hard
will Im uaed together when Installed, ; bersliip committee was authorized to
The three village doctors have been cider at Farmer Lincbpiu’s did the building than Gresham on a 5-acre of a grate in tbe road and make tbe
oil* of them exclusively for independ- . provide blank applications lor new
block; it has a 5-acre park, high and Base Line aa goal as ever it was at
busy ever since fixing up |>eo|>le who
sightly. The ten acres were donotions I that point. Assurances have been
ent lines ami long distance, and for re members of which there are several imagine that the parade waa the arini-| work.
lieving the other when there is conges awaiting tbe opportunity to join the versary of an Indian massacre. An I The editor of the Sycamore Observer to the people by a public spirited citi given that all other croesi.igv will be
roasted the town became- be was fined zen. A new gymnasium has recently
tion of local calls.
made as easy as possible.
The expense account of tbe Ways and enterprising fellow from Nellw.xxl ran' 2’> for living drunk and disorderly. He been built and several miles of
Il Is the Intentlou to move the "cen
tral,” when the new switchboard ar ] Means CiMiimitlee entrusted with tbe person w bo bought a glass of his red
concrete sidewalk have been laid. Other
STATE GRANGE NOTES
rives, to the rear of the building now i work of reinixicling Metzger's Hall was lemonade had a chance to win a wat li ' whenever he attempts to collect arrear improvements are coming on and all of
Oregon State Grange opened Tues
occupied by tlie Bank of Gresham. Tbe | adopted showing the cost to be about or revolver. He managed to have them j ages from them.
them are traceable to the existence of
Squire two factories that are the spinal column day at 10a. m. The Multnomah dele
bank will move into the new concrete i.150. This includes the building of the both at night, but the fellows who] Tbe receipts were 23 40.
gation was somewhat broken. W. E.
building when It is ready for occupancy i slag« which ia about finished, seating drank hie stuff were boiling and roar- | Wilkins said that be would see that the and backbone of the town.
and the room it now occupies will be tbe hall with 180 chairs, painting the lug and you couldn't tell a fireman from money was put to good use during the
Washougal has a woolen mill and a Creswell and wife were a>e*-nt, as were
connected with the drug «tore, thus I interior and providing window shades a plain citizen. Nome of the boys who year to come. He belonged to the Open condensed milk factory. Both are in also their alternates. Mrs. Wheeler and
making room for the |>eimanvnt loca- and some other necessaries for prevent belong to the Boomtoddy Hose Co., of Buckets in 1822. and it takes a bucket active operation and turn out first-class wife, R. W. Gill Alla the place Mr.
i use. No further work will lie done un-
ful to fill him up—sometimes more.
lion of the telephone ceiitral there.
products. Tbe surrounding country is Mills should have occupied. Quite a
Troutdale, socked an old fire bucket
There are now nearly 500 telephones ' til the other rooms can be bad, wheu over u.y head and ran me all over town
just about tbe same aa it is around number of Multnomah visitors are
in use and tbe work is getting too I i they 7 will tie furnish«! Hi a alt le suited telling everylxxly that I wax their mas
Gresham and other conditions are present. H. E. Davis of Gresham,
A HUNDRED TONS Of HAY
strenuous lor the two o|xrrators who to the needs and uses of tbe members. cot Tbe decoration* were out of sight.
about the same, but no better; nor bas Mr. and .Mrs. Vail of Evening Star,
now manipulate the one switchboard. ; It was d elded to bold a public recep- The Gresham city Council hung out a
Washougal the easy access to Portland Mr. Black and wife, Mrs. Dr. Slater and
With the new hoard installed there will j lion which will be given by the enter- red lied spread with "We Greet You way, waa in town on Thursday looking that Gresham has. yet it is getting Mrs. Windle of Woodlawn, A. F. Miller
of Lents, and Master Addis of Russei-
Im at least four iqmrators .luring the i la in me nt committee next Friday even All,” and "We Rage to Have" in letters for a bay press to bale a hundred tons th are.
day ami evening with an extra opera- ing, May 10. All the citizens of Gres cut out of blue paper arid sewed on. of hay. The company owns (Ml tons on
Now, the suggestion that a payroll is ville. Other Multnomah people are
ham and surrounding country are in
H. A. Darnall and Cedric Stone. The
lor during the night.
Nome mean >neak of a fireman from the John Hall place and 40 tons more needed is pertinent and tbe former
Outside improvements are in contem vited and urged to 1« there, especially Ruck wood ¡tainted with a blue pencil at Shipleys which they will bale for statement that the Mount Hood people session is displaying much interest. All
plation, among them the putting Up of the farmers and dairymen, and enjoy a just above and between the words easy transportation to the big camp lx- are contemplating something in the are actively investigating the many
cables along the trunk lines which are tine programme and a gixxi time gen "rage" and "to" the letters b-e-l-l, and yond the Sandy river. One hundred way of factoriee Should be taken as a subjects that are to be considered.
Irneomtng overloaded, much to the dan erally. Hon. W W. Cotton and C. C. tbe procession yelled when they »aw it. teams are now at work there on tbe text for the Commercial club and city Present prospects are favorable to a
busy and profitable session.
ger of lielng wrecked if Ims. t by sudden Chapman will ><« tbe principal s|««k-
The parade waa a grand success or reservoir and dam for tbe power plant, council to get busy over.
storms. Hom« new lines ar« also con ers. The other number* will include would have been if it hadn't baited at to which tbe hay will be fed.
templated, also tlie extension of sever parts by the best talent obtainable.
Metzger's creamery for buttermilk.
Card of [hanks
WOODMAN MEMORIAL SERVICES
al existing lines.
When tbe fireman mixed buttermilk
We desire to express our thanks to
0. W. P
our many friends for their assistance
with their usual beverage they all got
NfW BRICK HUIE DING
Multnomah Camp No. 77, W. O. W., andsympahv during the illness and
aica and went to bed along the road
PIPE UNE COMING THROUGH CITY
our busband and father.
A collision on the O. W. P. near Ho the biggest fraternal lodge in the state, death of Mrs.
H. 8. Stone and family.
Mitchell, Lewis A Slaver have bought and under tbe bridgea. We had an ex-
Excavating for ths second Bull Run ' the lot on Powell street, west of the
pip* line has reached th« city limits on F rst State Bank, formerly ownel by in front of the barlier shop. The Hey passenger and a freight train, resulted
the fast and is now coming through the Mrs. John Miller, and will erect * Rulies from Orient and the Mermaids in tbe injury of thirteen passengers. memorial services here on Sunday June
in the morning will be
town at a moderate pace Tliedistancc brick building which will cost in the t om Powell Valley manned tbe brakes. Mrs. J. C. Depnis, of Estacada was tbe 4. A committee from the camp has devoted to the “Life and Character of
yet to lx" finished through the streets of neiglilwvrhixxl of 210,tH X). The plans are
Enoch.” In the evening there will be
Gresham is 'Jtlfto feet, and the new con for a building Ho feet by 150, facing step-ladder, but, do the tx-st they could, broken. Tbe blame is said to belong degree te im in uniform, also all the offi a fifteen minutes Song service, follow
tractor for that division A. J. Welch, Powell street. It will lie divided into
ed by a sermon on "The Burden Bear
estimates that the work will l>e done in six store rooms. The front will Is» of out of the nozzle. They worked like freight, as be was running on the time exercises from the ritual of the order er.” The public is cordially invited to
about Six weeks. Except for about white pressed brick and there will be a
two hundred yards at Kelley creek the basement with heating and ventilating 1 afterward learned that the Hey Rubes |>ereons were Chas Karabolis, Pete suitable to the occasion.
work through Gresham will complete plant installed.
I stuffing an old shirt in the air cham Fred Boese, G. Dugger, Clara Sbimmel, the ceremony but will probably be fixed
DANCE DATES AT ROCKWOOD.
the big ditch from the Handy river to
ber so that the Mermaids lost the prise Helen Bissett, Georgia Hess, C. Pfyffer, for the afternoon. Toree years ago
Rockwood Grange has set the date of
Portland. Beyond the Handy the work
NIW MOVING PICTURE HOME
—a bottle of liowselt's liniment for the A. Mikkelson, Mrs. O. Andrews and H. .Multnomah Camp absorbed the two its next dance for May 13. Following
is K">»g ahead rapidly and will proba
Kelpin. All ere recovering from their small > amps at Gresham and Troutdale dances will be held on May 27, June
h. ae runners.
bly reach the headworks within two
and are able to 1« about al and the managers feel that something 10, July 1, July 22. Richards’ orches
months, when pip* laying will lx* re
sumed and the wind« job rushed to ing picture ahow, haa elided a contract Spitclear, of Handy, thought that it was though considerably bruised and cut by I of the nature is due the membership of tra and the usual Grange supper. Tick
Eastern .Multnomah. Next year the ets 21.00, supper 25 cents extra.
completion early in the fall. The short with l>. C. Ross for the erecrion of a a contest of kmttiug women s long flying glass.
pitwe at Kelley creek will lx* done last building alongside the Greahatn bakery. woolen hose, and when the judges tried
txwa ise it will lie necessary to close the It will lie of frame conatruction, St) feet to explain that it was a race to lay a
Troutdale road, and the ditch will not wide by HO feet in length and 1H feet in hose she belabored one of them over
be opened there until tlio pipe layers the clear. Mr. Row will construct the the head with her old umbrella. * Law,
interior ea|>ecially for the needa to salves, vou must lx* a nice pack of flails
are ready to lay tlie pipe.
which it will lie put, with a eloping to let a lot of young men run off with
floor ard suitable atage and will aeat winimin's atockens. You ought to be
MINERAI PAINT AND SOAP
the auditorium. A portion of the ma ashamed of yourselves!' One of tbe
terial for the foundation ia already be- Hooks from Bull Run brought Mandy a
Nome ti-sts have been made of the ing put in place and the building will lemon sour and she became so good-
¡■eculiar clay found on the Layman lie rushed to an early completion.
natured that she followed the firemen
farm by the grading crew of the Mount
In comdructing the building Mr. Roe* all day and for into the night. The
Hood railway, of which mention was intend* to build with a view to a future Fairview Firebug's cart broke down and
made in The Herald several wee It a ago. addition on one aide aa well aa the ad the boys fell over a rail fence. The
While it has not yet been determined dition of another atory when the de Gresham drum corps and the Beaver
just how many uses the clay cun lie put mand reipiirea it.
Greek band gave an exhibition concert
in the evening, and the guests left town i
before they had played half a dozen
liars of "Old Bob Ridley," with medley
diversions such as "Old Hundred,"
"Sweet Marie,” "Eulaiie” and other
Nines tbe tournament I have organ
ized another company, which will be
A financial inatiiution such aa thia is a public utility, and as
knowu as the R. F. D. Protective*. I
such depends, not upon a limited few. but upon the many for its suc-
am the only member that baa signed
ce-e. The individual thrift of a community ia the one and only thing
yet, but I think 1 will push old man
that makes it prosperous and contented.
Conley in before the regular fire season
Great Big Stock of New Styles of Buggies to Select From
opens up. If anyone has an old second
To the bank belongs the privilege of encouraging that individual
Both High and Medium Grades at the Lowest Prices
hand hose cart without any snakes
thrift and advancing the interests of tbe community thereby. On the
bank falls the responsibility of discouraging over-speculation, which is
The only store in Portland where farm implements are sold at cut prices. No agents in
address in Nqtiaw Valley, h will receive
often the ruin of a community.
your town to protect with a commission.
a peck of cucumbers tilltxi with tacks, by
Every cent of money deposited in this bank is working for the
rural free delivery. That's wbat we
$18.50 Buggy Hamess for.................. $14.35 $50.00 Heavy Team Hamess for—. $37.50
interests of the community. Every cent loaned is put out on
call government pudding.
thoroughly approved security—loaned to our customers in small
$33.50 Double Buggy Hamess for ... 25.75 $40.00 Farm Hamess, Complete, for 32.50
amount« for legitimate purposes and not to speculators for the
We sold al retail three times as many farm wagons last year as any other store in Portland
promotion of ” wildcat schemes.”
I.ulu Waspwaist saw the parade and
it made her sick. Don’t mistake beer
BUY A MANDT WAGON - -
for ginger ale next time, Lulu.
Cornie Psyche carried a pail of lemon
ade in the parade. She will rattle it off
IN THE MOLINE PLOW CO. BUILDING
at the next church fair as a souvenir.
Bill Bigosh played two different horns
320-328 EAST MORRISON ST.
in the Beaver band. He thinks be has
A BANK FOR THE PEOPLE
FIRST STATE BANK
BRAVE “FIRE LADS"
A THRIVING RIVAL
ACROSS THE RIVER
1910 BUGGIES AND RUNABOUTS
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES