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GRESHAM, MULTNOMAH CO., OREGON, FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1911
«■“H«»«t «4 h i««*niu;»I h nppli«*<i with w t«*r
or lim«* Niilphur a« a <h«trihiititig ag»*tit
Alwint tin* only «»m* in iim * hi th»* pr«*«i-
•ml tin»»« ix arx«*nat«*
when prop, rly mad«* an«l imn<lult«*ratr<i,
1« «»Jin i«,ni nti<l do»M no! hum th$* fol
lag” a« I'ariN gr«*«*n aometim«a do»*x
Th«* ««»’loirv aroiiiel Study ami !>♦•-
I mbllllltllllf «'MTCIM X
For «’»«hnary iin »- ta<> potm«!« <4 Mr*«*n» yomi ix rapidly nettling up with a clar«»
m n I hni I I ioiim * la»t M
Ml«* <4 l«*ad t • tiff v gnih«n«t ot walvr ih of |x*opl«* alt *g«-thrr d»*nirable an<! en-
IlilM* ««I (h«-
rtf » m ’I I v«*. At tim«’" it 1« }ir««-RhHi y to t< i ori-mg enough to r» < inim th»* wi'«h*r-
th«* Nth itrad««
liar five poiiii'lx <4 ar«”iiaf«* o| b*ad t<» nr«n from it* wild »fate and make it
uit« gix«*ii. th«- H«l«lrt*** to
El 1 1 v gallotiN nt water to- «omr in-«« t- du '«nr «4 tin* u»o«it attractive region» in
«h‘llV«Tv»l by **!at«
r 1111«* 11 * L * 111 I
n<»l r«*u«hly i»ur<’umb to n «onall amount Oregon
Laml han i»rrii celling out
\t tin* <-l<>«<* <4 th«* eXercisr*
• >f th«* p«'i*<»ii.
th«*rv ad the wav from f L7i to ffgni per
n baiKpu’t ft>!l«m«*4 !<> flu* < l;l*- alni
The «try »pram ar«* appli»*d hi a |x»w-
«■r tfti«*wte t<> th«' ihiiji I mt «•( I’»
\ndrrw drred f«»rm, and th«*r«* mt «* h ntiml**r «>1 aur«*, none nt th«* tract* conxiHting nf
Brtiggfr, «'liuiFinHii «4 th«
I i « m »I »I bnaM. thenr on the market, including «“'Veml mor«* that JO acre»»
pr«’M$'iit«*4 tin* «’••rllticjit«*’». th«* gr HihlHte- brand* | m > u «I<-re«l arprmitr «4 lead, cial orchard* arc being Mtartcd, a* it
iM'iiitf I'.Htl ’*l«iiil«*y. Wilbur Manlry, I’arj«« grren and artK-natr <4 lva«l, when haw lx*en f«uind that app e* especially
ar«* a produrliv«* crop, of fine flavor and
Kaiph Manky. <«la«ly« IbUgat«*, Heater
pur«*, an- mk «tlh irnt ax any. although
I ■ 11«-
M i !■ i.»
R.M.M at the prrxrnt tim«* I’arii» green in more prohtlc. It i* entimate<l thatSOI j O acres
have lately lx*» n sold to men w ho w 11
('«Min»«, <*h«<ly« Bit*»*«, ami I <«tii« < alkin*
m u«e than the other. Bar in gret-u ap*
raixe fruit. About 500 acres are al-
(«rvat « r«*«ht la «In« M j * w * Eixlr < alkuis,
plied to plant»» in an una*hilt(*rnt”d con-
ready planter) and xome orchard* will
th«* principal«»! th«* »< h«K«l, (<»r bringing
I «hti«m may ««-riouxly hum the foliage. I
bear fruit thia year for th«* fir*t time.
out Niirh a hug«- rla«*i of graduili««
Hi obriat«* thin «hfficulty it nh«»uid i»e
e Th«* Mount H« mh I wagon road ha*
T«» h«*r Mini to Nil*« Fl<«r«-!i»t F I lel«lhoU*s
rnixe«! with 2*' or 2«*> |»oun«i* of air-1
lieen the grrat«*xt factor in bringing the
an- th«* honor* «hie the
Hlak«*d lime, tine ro <d <iu*t or wheat
Samly region into pr«>minen«*e, and the
flour for every |«>uml of the Baria green. ■
Mount H.xxl railway will help it along.
Thia may I m - a ppi in I with a dust gun
Far up into the mountains are numer- '
Ion* m-w hou««** <>f eoli<l construction,
i gunny Nark. Hellebore in a |M»w«lerc<l
ami the opening of the «listrict is a rev
form an«l frt-wi$ la valuable for |M)iaon-
elation. It is noticeable that the build
Wt*dm***day afternoon at 2 lothe Liter mg aueb im$rcta a* injure
ary ’■'«x’irty met in th«* Mswinhly hall. <>r vigetablra which are nearly rra<ly ers ami buyers are nearly all from Port
After th«- reading of th«- iniliub** of the for market and thux are text far advan- land.
Vincent Srhmidt and T. H. Gardner
previous meeting the following pr-»grain
«•r<l for fxnmHi t • lw desirable. It
have recently bought
acres along the
was renile red
xhould !»• duate«! over thrm when they
Sandy river and have options on 3A(i
>«>ng- *HM i«’ty
are wet w ith «lew
acres more. They will plot the first
Provcrl* from Bible; Roll Call
tra«‘t into lOacrr farms and put them
< 'liaradrs - Marguerite Michel, Wai lac«*
Wilkinson, Fred Wagner
ASIORIA C-tNIINNIAl PROGRAM on the market. This section will soon
tie yielding a large share of the fruit
Seelie N il \i t II. Mcrvhant of Venin-.
raise«! in Oregon.
The elevation is
.h-xsna- Malw*l Borili la>n*nro—Floyd
Astoria Centennial dates are August
Granano—Ruwl Pugh. An- lOto September 9. to celebrate the first alxiut 160U feet, juat about the right
b»nio—Clrvelaml Bliss, Salarino—Roll. s«*ttlemrnt of the Northwest by the height above the ocean to raise big re«l
GRADUATING (¡1 ASS
Kil l IVI S HONORS
lilt SANDY VAIItY
MAKES BIG STRIDES
lnstrnmvnud Silo—Frèsia BratK-l.
I’ar-»dy Wttla M«-I/ jm
\ «sal Sol«»-— I ji »t I ir Davis.
< rid Mai-I's Dream— I l*i«- Schulte
*-«'I i « ni | Pa|s*r—Christie Burkholder.
Aft« r th«* motion <>i a<ljourniii«*iit th*
Th«* Seniors worked wry indu»trioiudy
on th«* stage a -Imrt time ago Chaim,
hammers etc., wi re In a rd falling every
du « and then
The ih rie» of .........tiler
pupils mik I 1« aclicr* ««■re also worked,
Tla* Senior* have already handed tla-ir
The .Imilor** have tlm»bed tin -lud) of
«oiilid alni are n«»w »tudyilig the inter
«’-ting «tinly of light
Tin -ophoiiiorc** an* working arilhmc*
tn prog rex* ions. They nr«-
al**» w«»r dug
in«hixt ri««n-ly in geometry
Nearly all th«- Freshmen ha\<* tla-ir
h«-rbarium« lim-i.cd. >«»me «»I th«* in
«lu-trmu- have ahu««-t «•imngli f|»»w«-r-
pre—e«| ami analyzed f«»r tw«» l»«H»k-.
HOW 10 Mil 1’1 SIS
The state of Oregon has appropriat«-<l
|iftO,OUU to gid in the expense of thio
celebration. Clatsop county made a
tax levy which raise«! (25,0 imi . The
merchants of Aatona rais«*«l
mor«*. Colonel J«>hn Jacob Astor of
New York City donat«*d
other private coniributions bring the
n\Hilabh* funds up to w I5»» jmmi nt I thia
«late. Notable program «letra are aw
August IQ, Crntrn» nd «lay, («rand
August 14. Oregon Pay, Oregon l>e-
vrlopmriit Ixntgur Convention.
August 21, Indian War Veterans,
Neva In, Vtah, Arizona, New Mexico
August Js, \stor day.
Srptrmbvr I, Fraternal «lay, Missouri,
Kansas, Oklahoma, day,
S«*j I viii I mu
I KhlS SUITOR I OI I OHI Gl N
In un editorial on the referendum,
F armxtrad'x current
nutnlx*r aava, “It lx hoped that th«* |x*«»-
pie of Oregon will rralixe (he fart that
their Male ih regarded ax one which
favors pr«»gr»’Rxiv«* legislation. If |»<»p-
ular government into xucceid in Ore
gon it will advance treraiiae of an in
telligent and enlightened voting class,
and how is it (M»Nxililt* for Mate •<> have
a high claxa electorate unlvxx e«hiea-
tional inatitutions a v given xnflieient
aup|x>rt to keep them moving? It be
hoove« ti e citiaens to consider care
fully tin* effect that the Netting axide of
these apprupriatfonx wouhl hav«* on
Little Hallie Baker died la>t Monday
at (hi* home of her grand parents, Mr
and Mr». F B. Southwick in Salmi. She
was the daughter of Prof C C. Baker
rso-iitly principal of Gresham schools,
The many friendi and a«*<|uamtaii<s*s of
I'rof. Baker extend their sympathy in
thi> In» dotilile la-rvavement.
K. R. Carlaoli ha» -et the pa««- ill win
dow dressing in Gn»linui, a departure
which other» an* to follow, A g.ssl <!ix-
play of good good» i« almosl (Hjual to an
advertisi’iuent in the Hcriild
B fth at-
tract customers who |s-inl thrir money
at i.otne instead of going to Port lami to
get rid of it.
Ross’ new tlx-atn- Iniihiinit
n aelnng the rooting condition and will
Is tlnisheil within tell days more. The
motion pictun- show will go into it for a
term of years with a |H'rformanee every
There Mae a crowd of young people
from Greshatn went over to district No.
N last Monday evening U> the gradua
tion exercises. All report a tine time,
“LIVE AND LET LIVE” may be all right, but don’t let the
other fellow get all the living while you do all the letting.
t'harli-s Merrill who ha« lieen in south-
| ern On-gon for some time is now at Med
ford. Heisthen- in the interests of the
I’aekard Automobile Co.
i A I.’ mi irs
The library ban an opening in the
door where books may be clipped in
ami will rest on a shelf until removed
by the librarian, Thia is for the con-
venience of those w ho cannot l>e in
town during library hour which are
30 to ñ:30 and 7 to !» p. m.
Our Printing Will HELP
Every Kind of Commercial.
Law «nd Social Printing In
Up to Date Styles .*. .*.
It is n-ported that another motion pic-
tun» theatre will Is- started in Gresham
and that it will bai t- a builcing of its I
Fn-d Hoss, who was w-vt-n-ly injunsl
last Monday by being thrown from a
wheel scraper, is slowly improving.
Mr. an«l Mr». Win. Nickelson, of
Montavilla, formerly of Fairview, cele
brateli their -ilver wnlding the tirnt of
the week. Those present were Mr. and
Mr». Win. Nickson, Mr. and Mrx.
Bowennan, Mr. and Mn». Groat, Mr.
anrkMra. J. Ledbury, Mr. an«l Mr». E.
B«>yer, Mr. an«! Mr» George Flanders,
M ■ LMM Mr an-l Mn*. L* L. Eland-
er», Mr». Gale, Mr». Bennet aD<! Mr».
Hamilton. Dinner wm xerv«*d at noon.
The home wa^ beautifully decorated for
the <M*caxion. Mr. and Mr». Wm. Nick
elson receive«! many lieautiful an«! cost
ly gifte. Their wish has been to live
long enough to celebrate their golden
In yttd of Jobbttorli,
Cal! at Tbit Offict
CAME TO STAY
Some of the big republicans are mak
ing »peeches against the referendum
and the wall. Four years and a half
ago the republican party of California
in convention assembled denounced the
initiative and referendum, and also »he
recall, bitterly and defiantly. Their
next governor demanded of the legisla
ture all three and th republican party
of California will point with pride to the
party that gave these things to the peo
Some of the nationally big repub
licans will be rating humble pie next
thing ue know
The initiative and re
ferendum and the hat«»1 recall "have
come tn «ta ," a« Teddv ha« «aid
The following letter* remain uncalled
for at the Greeham poatotfice for the
week ending May 20, 1911:
Hendry Henderson, C. Radke, J. H.
Card«: Earl I> Sapp, W. Wick.
Card«: Mr*. Erne*.
These letters »ill be sent to the Dead
Letter Office on June 3, 1911, if not de
livered before. In calling for the abov*,
please say "advertised,” giving date of
i. .M c C oll , p . m .
MULTNOMAH GRANGE DANCE DATES
Multnomah Grange will give another
'ai ce Saturday evening June 3rd. The
usual <irange sup|>er will lie served.
Richards orchestra. Undesirables will
not be allowed to remain.
GRISHAM Nt WS CONDENSED.
Ii«‘p<»Mit< d r« gularly in tla-Savings Ih partnx-nt ot (bis Institution’
yoiir accuniiilat ionx will la» saft* froin I< mh , always worth par and accnwil
iiit«-n-xt, alwiiys availablr, and will grow hx xt«-a«lily ax yoiir indlixtry
will let them.
Illi Y KILE Illi MSH VES
In the Agricultural College at Cor-
vallia the lady who cares for the hun-
tirade of girl student, as Dean is be
loved as a mother, ami indeed is more
than a mother to many of them. She
l as iustille.1 into them the "spirit of
the hive,” by which they govern them
selves. They are as safe from harm
and wrong doing as if at home, and in
deed more so as compared with many
homes. Bolt* and bars, force and, ter
ror are unknowu. As to this institu
tion, of which every student is an
proud, some day will be all Oregon.
Where justice is sought with charity
and love, and the "spirit of the hive”
1* inculcated, then hall law, jails, clubs
and gun* ru»t for want of exerc *e. An
honor to the gentle lady w ho has come
among the students with the message
of holy love, and teaches our young
women, and young men, to govern
Multnomah Camp No 77, Woodmen
of tte World, ha- completed all arrange-
iiihii * for holding memorial nervio«« in
the Gresham cemetery on iimlay, June
4. at I :90 p. m.
All cemeteries within the r«*a h of the
camp will lx* given like ceremonies by
unif »rmed rank member*, but U h - most
e!o)x>rat»* *«*rvi<-«— will be hi Id her»*. At
many of the other place* the otaervance
will lx* brief, arrompanie«! with the de
corating <4 «iHceaxed members’ graven. A
sp»*«*ial rar uill arrive from Portland at
I o’clock, when the m«*mliem will march
directly to the cemetery. Rev. George
B. Van Walters will be th»* speaker and
a Woodmen quartette will fnrniah the
music. W. W. Lumsden will recite,
”<>, Why Should the Spirit of Mortal lie
master of ceremonies and the unveiling
exercises will I m ? given in ritual form by
the uniformed team.
The people of Gresham and vicinity
should at ten«! tlie services in overflowing
numbers, an they are very tieantiful an«!
Srrvin-s f<»r Sun«la\ will Is* as folh»ws:
Sabbath seh«H*l n*- usual at
Otir congrvgMti«>n will attend th«* Barca-
lau«*r«*at>- •*« r\ ;«•«- at the M. I
Il <«» a. m. Ev«*iiing worship. 7:30 p.
in., s«*rm«»ii by pa-tor on “The Light of
th«- World ”
John Burba had the misfortune
break his shoulder Tuesday, while chas
ing a o'w. He run into a win» fence
I m hieli caught him under the chin and
tlin-M him baekMaril onto his shoulder.
LET US BE
StRVICISAI nil BAPTIST CHURCH
Are they growing by frequent and regular additions,
or are they shrinking through ill-advised investments ?
Are they earning a safe and certain rate of interest ? Are
they under the control of promoters, or tinder your own
REMEMBER—that the dollar at interest knows no holidays.
A I.W A YS on the job.
A queer iricbirnt in the juatirr court
yestertlay w ax a row la-twern a plaintiff
hii «I a defernlant aib-r their «•»'«• ha«
Is-rn M*ttl«*d. !• F I>alh«,-iiiM*r had *me<
Amlr.'W >!<•<»rt*gor ov»-r a land
th«* niHtt.-r wax x«-ttl««l lx*for<*
Juxtii-e Ibillin« left tli«*rn and
torneyw in the court room. 1
'ninnies th«* war lirokr out ami
kiriribdi ensued in which M<»
th«* aggre-s« >r. Th«* fighter- w« • re report-
«•«I an«l McGr«*gor ru-b«*«i
er to Rollin
w a-> asnrs
tin«» of five dollar*« TI m * lawyer-
ceedrd in restoring
agni it a
hand-shak»* all around pr*s*laiiur«l
Illtle Hallie Baker follows Mother
<fr»*g«»n Agricultural < ’ollrgr, Cor-
vallis, May 17—Ways to control I the .
common |H*xts of the vegetable Mini
flower Harden are descrilie«! in a new i
bulletin which is in preparation for
publication by W F Wilson, assistant
The graduating class at tin1 Powell
ctomologixt Mt the Oregon Agricultural
Valley school vill meet tomorrow night
to form an alumni association, G rad Il-
Destructive insects secure their (<**!
ate* form some of the other -ehools have
either by « atmg portions of plants, or
I ms 'H ilivitisl to meet with them and a
by sin king the juices therefrom. "says
district organization may la1 formisi to
Mr. Wils«»n. “The first general group
include all who have passed the eighth
arc controlled by I« h »«I poisons taken in
to th«* stomach, the second by contact
F.stablislimeiit of a ninth itradv at
or external insecticides.
Terry is Is ing consideri'd by the patron«
The internal insecticides arc divided
of No s -ilusil district. A« then1 is a
into two groups which may be termed
Mia* Ague* Sweet of Iloine, Idaho, is vacant n»>m ready
th«* wet and dry sprays. The wet sprays here on an extended vielt.
|» lise would Is1 for
high school then-
I AW SI 11 SI I Ilf D. PAH III S SI KAI’
DANtE AT RWKHOOD
Till: FINE NEW M< KEOWN HOME. <>N THE SECTION L NE ROAD
Rockwood Grange has set the date of
its next dance for May 27. Following
dances will l«e held on June 10, July 1.
July 22. Richards’ orchestra and the
usual Grange »upper. Tickets $1.00,
«upper 25 cents extra.
1910 BUGGIES AND RUNABOUTS
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
Great Big Stock of New Styles of Buggies to Select From
Both High and Medium Grades at the Lowest Prices
The only store in Portland where farm implements are sold at cut prices.
your town to protect with a commission.
$18.50 Buggy Hamess for
$33.50 Double Buggy Hamess for
No agents in
$14.35 $50.00 Heavy Team Hamess for.... $37.50
25.75 $40.00 Farm Hamess, Complete, for 32.50
We sold at retail three times as many farm wagons last year as any other store in Portland
BUY A MANDT WAGON
L . BOSS
IN THE MOLINE PLOW CO. BUILDING
320-328 EAST MORRISON ST.