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DOINGS OF OUR NEIGHBORS
IS TRAINED FOR
Mr». J. W. Flancey and four children
■ >f Clackamas, are here visiting Mr*.
Flattery'» sister, Mr». IL W Mashburn.
BtEEZY ITEMS tONTMBlTFD HY HlktlD RE POUTERS’AT NEARBY POINTS
Mrs. V. F. Dickson and nephew Ce
cil Robinson, of t'lackaiiias. made a
week end visit at the Mashburns.
( HL KRY VILLI
Dudley Snyder arrived here on Sun
Mr. Frank Miller »old his place of one
1» this hot enough?
from t'oldwell, Ida , and ha* lieen
acre bete to Mr. F. A. Kent for
Some summer’and »»me heat all right. visiting old friends for a few day» be-
There is a go-si house on the place. It
Uh' fora lodge in some vast wilder- fore joining Ins mother at Murphv
is right near Rockwood de|>ot.
Mr. Ge» Rolland visited in Rockwood
Ix'e Shaw and family of Endocott.
The campers throng the lumke of the
on Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Rolland
Wash., are visiting Mr. Shaw '» mother
♦«ports business flourishing at Tigaid-
I K er are in^prime condition and it ie here and Mrs. Shaw » uncle at Dama»-
ville where he is now located.
much to lie doubted if some of cu» for a few day*
A son of Jerry Stanley was badly
Mr. and Mr». A. I'. Province enter
ever see the open season.
hurt while working (or Charles Cleve
their former pastor and wife. Studied Law B»c»u»» It Wii th*
The articles appearing in the Herald,
Rev and Mr». F. T. Starkey, of Amity,
Shortest Path to Public Career, but
Mrs, Elsie Prettyman has sold her
Dre Mr. Starkey was formerly |>a»lor
Quit It, Ho Says, as Hs Found H»
place liH'ateti on the Rase Line road for patriotism of Woodrow (Wilson. Gover at Mitchel. Ore., where the Province»
How Thon to Be an
nor of Xew|.lersev, are read with inter
*5000. Nh« has five acres.
and a Politcan
est and he certainly has a hold on the
Mr. and Mrs Hohn of Portland visit people of this country second to none.
Miss Hattie Stapleton and Kov An
In au luterestlng iutervlew with
ed Mrs. Hohn's sister, Mrs. May Rich If Taft ever gets the renomination he derson and Richard Anderson. Jr., were
Governor Woodrow WII hou of Xew
Sunday guests of A. M Andervon.
mond on Sunday last.
will l>e the worst whipped man whoever
Mias Olive Fancher i» spending the Jersey in the May Issue of the World's
Mr. Keneth*Harvev found his wheel ran for the high office of President
week with her uncle, I ¥ Witt Shepard Work Mr Williuui Bayard Hale quote»
that was stolen at Sunnyside. It was
Charles Harris of this place has a in Portland.
the goveruor ns follow-
taken by a lad living in Fairview.
very tine patch of Golden Queen rasp
"lion did I happen to enter |n>lltleal
XV. H. Maxey and family
Mias Mary Hansen of Gresham spent berries that are certainly very good. The here two years ago and took up their life? Why. I »up|M>«e I was lairn n
same gentleman also has an extra residence at Coldwell. Ida . are visiting political animal
Always, from the
Tuesday night with Marve Lovelace.
choice lot of loganberries.
friend» here for a few days. enroute to first recollection« of nN youth up. I
The Ladies' Aid met with Mrs Mc
Mrs. Shank, »on and daughter, who Murphy, Calif., where they will reside have aimed nt |s>lltleuI life The reu
Keown last week Thursday, and next
won I studied law was, I suppose, lie
meeting will be the first Thursday in have been staying on the old farm for in the future,
cause iu the south when I was a boy
August at Mrs. T. Stenslands. Mr. and
the law furnished the shortest path
Mrs. Jahn were present at their last they expect to make their home in the from the Crute Cottage into l oti Kum
to public life
I gave It up liecause
meeting. Mr. Jahn is the pastor of the
Dr. Vincent, wife and daughter, Mis» I found I couldn't Is* an liouesi law
Now they are talking of hard times
and tight money. Tin* is one of the France» Rratten. of Salt Lake City, and yer and a |H>llticl.-iii; nt least I didn't
schemes of the monev kings Is to skm Mr. and Mr». W. A. Townsend, of Mon- know how then to do It. No as the
the Yaps or in other word» grind the tavilla. were Sunday guests of J. W. next l>est thing to living In public life
Mrs. R. 8. Shelley and small daugh face of the poor. Get up a boom, sell Townsend and family. Mr». Vincent is I tried to satisfy my lulud by study
ter, Hope, accompanied by Miss Hope them property at an inflated price on a sister of Mrs. W A. Townsend, ami ing It. I took a new start and went
-helley came out from Portland Friday the payment plan and then produce a has been visiting her for several days. back to school. John- llopklus. where
on tbeir way to Mr». Shelley’s parents. panic and money structure so that they The Vincent» left for their home Mon I tried to learn something about the
facta the facts, miud /ou, of govern
Mr. and Mrs. Chas Leaf, of Bull Run. can rob the poor debtor». Tin» is a day evening
C. G. Fancher has as a guest hi» old meat. From the start my Interest has
Mrs. Shelley and baby will remain great system.
Paul Meinig, the proprietor of the schoolmate. G. H. I.apham. whom he Eieeu in things as they are rather than
in a theoretical analysis of them 111
Charles William Cassidy was born busy »tore at Sandy, »av» he paid *53.00 had not met for 2ti years. Mr. lap-
March 21»t, 1850 in McConnellsville. to a rancher for a comparatively small ham's home is in vaaious parts of the my thesis I studied the American con
gre— as it is In fact, an organization
Morgan County. Ohio. He died July load of i-itatoes one day last week. ^United States since April 2J
The Berg family who were living on of committees, somewhat as Bngehot
li<h, 1911 in Sandy, Oregon, age 01 There is money in potatoes at 3 cent* a
had studied Hie English constitution
years 3 months and 18 days
(round | (These necessary edible- can the McKay farm expect to move to as It was and as It actually worked
Fairview to remain until fall, when they
ruther than as Its theory fictitiously
Mrs. A. D. Edwards is very low. A be raised in Oregon as no where else.
will go onto their farm near Aurora
made it So. you see, 1 was always a
trained nurse is in constant attendance. , Prof. Cooper, formerly of the State
Henry Walter who purchased the
I College ;n Montana, who has a fruit McKay place last Wednesday, also practical politician "
Lot» of work but not much news.
"No that your iscupamy of Ibis com
NOTICE—Readers of the Herald in ranch here, says he thinks the lianni« bought out Mr. Berg and took change tollable swivel chair 1« really a ful
this vicinity of Sandy will find a local
of the farm on Thursday Mr. Walter Gliment of your original youthful aiu
representative at the home of P. R. | sheep. Keep them herded on a com is lately from North Dakota.
"Not of thnt s<> much ns the fulfill-
Shelley. Mrs. Shelley ha- consented to paratively small space until they eat it,
Miss Nan nee Anderson is
nient of my whole life. 1 suppoae.
handle >andy news for the Herald. She ■ then move them to another space. some time with relative» in
When they came to me mid -aid. You
will also take orders for printing, ad ver A sheep boof is gulden.
have lieen talking public question- and
vising. notices and other printing.
Little Claudians Bosley w ho ha* l»een urging your young men to go out and
More railroad attorneys were around
last week or claiming to be Southern with Mrs. Amanda Clark here for some take their part III |K>lltics; now It’ll
I Pacific railroad attorneys wanting squat time, is recovering from a serious oper- time for you to take your own turn.'
ters on the railroad land, once claimed ation he lately underwent in Good what could
Mr. Osborne had a bad fall in hie by the Southern Pacific rah road, urging Samaritan hospital.
barn Thursday breaking hi» collar bone. people to sign leasee and demanding
Rev. Thomas Robinson entertained I will'
''Beeidea. to s|>eak tlie truth. I was
Mr. Newton Hedin. Mrs. and Mr. *10.00 a year. Having lost all title to her brother from Portland the last of
only asked to do In a bigger field
Frank Hedin, Miss Nordstrom and Mrs. the land they now have the gall to ask the week.
what I had l>een lining at Princeton
Rolfe visiting from Duluth, Minnesota, for a lease. The great corporations like
for ten year-
I have te-en fighting
spent several days with Hedins.
the great trusts dominate this country
privilege lit Princeton. Ju«t an 1 am
Mrs. Judkins and Mrs. Hengsler re •nd riiie rough »hod over all law anil
fighting It here now. only there I hud
A. W. Koberton was out from Port- to fight in the dark My mo«t trusted
ceived a bad scare last week in being up juatice. People nowhere should pay
set when their horse ran away. The any attention to these blood suckers
friends told me I mustn’t drug the
fight out into the light liefnre the big
animal tiecame frightened at an auto- »nd by ali manner of means sign no little farm.
Here I can
C. F. Kestersou of Kellogg Avenue, jury', and «« I didn't
mobile driven by Elmer Miller. Mrs. lease. They haven't any more »how to
Hengsler was hurt slightlv but is re- ever own this land than a rabbin The »|>ent the fore part of the week visiting fight tile same fight before the eye»
of all men It- fun Io be out In the
: Oregonian now complain- that these relatives and friend» in this vicinity.
air and the -unllght "
Mr. and Mrs. Panl Bliss went to Mar
Dorcas Hedin has been engaged a« immense railroad and militarv road
mot Saturday in their auto, returning
principal for the Cottrell school.
Corporations at Joy Ridars.
Mr. Stillman Andrews purchased and holding them at exorbitant prices, Sunday evening.
Governor Wi-ulrow W il-on of
Mr. ami Mrs. G. H. Richey accom Jersey la not only a forceful and
twenty-five horses from a herd last
■ of the state. Yes, and who ha» always panied by their s»n, Lester, left on the viuclng public -pinker, but lie
helped these land rubber» in the past 0. W. R. A N. Wednesday evening f« r quently uses comparisons and am
, by which it has grown enormously rich’’ a trip through the Yellow-tone Nation dotes nf a di- idi-liv, original and of
i But this same '»regonian always the de al park. They will lie gone about two ten distinctly humorous nature In a
recent address the governor aptly Il
fenders of the privileged few against
Most all the farmer» afe through hay God’» great majority, the poor they now weeks.
lustrated the difference
May Kesterson and Ellen Forsgren “good" corporations and "bad''
ing and considering the thought of seekto placate the people by half heart
harvesting grain, as the fall grain is ed attack- against the rich malefactors. were successful in passing the teachers porations. a* follows:
examination and have received their
“I have no objection to the
ripening very fast.
dinnry automobile properly handled
Mrs. G. R. Woodie has been staving
J. >. Dcnaldeon has taken the con- by a man of con-cirnee who I- also a
with her mother. Mrs. A. J. Kitzsmiller
gentleman. Many of the people I see
track to dear some streets at Sycamore handling automobiles handle them iim
of Eagle Creek, who Las been very tick
Mrs. Matilda Hogue and daughters,
but is improving slowly.
If they had neither conscience nor
Misses Ethel and Nellie IL.gue. accom-
The P. R. L. and P. Co., are erecting manners. I have no objections to the
Jos. DeShazer ie hauling lumber for I anied by Miss Potter and Miss Olive
A. Miller tbie week.
Nelson are spending a few day- at Sea a commodious waiting room and freight size and beauty and |»»wer of the au
shed at Sycamore which will lie very tomobile. 1 am Interested, however, in
J. A. Shaw and family are camping side.
the -izo and conscience of the men
much appreciated by their patrons
at Mr. Miller’s for a month working at
Mrs. I.. Allard has gone to the Dalles
who handle them, and what 1 object
The little church on the corner is be- to I- that some of these corporation
to spend a few davs with her daughter.
Mr. Evans ie plowing up a piece of Mr-. R E. Morse. Mrs. Morse’s little
men are taking Joy rides In their cor-
daughter. Allard, is very ill and is not improve its looks very materially.
“You know what men do when they
A meeting was held at the court
B. F. Hart was driving through -outb expected to recover.
take a Joy ride. They sometimes have
Dover Sunday in his auto
William Whittier who hae lately re house last Wednesday by the Railwav the time of their Ilves and sometimes,
Commission to take evidence in the
M. M. Reid was a Sandy visitor Mon turned from a visit to his old horn • in
proposed raise in fare- on the Spring fortunately, the Inst time of their Ilves.
day. He also brought his buggy home
Now these wretched things are taking
Water division between Portland and
which bad been undergoing repairs at here.
joy rides In whi> h they don't kill the
Cazadero. A large delegation of Pleas people that are riding In them, but
the blacksmith shop.
Mr. and Mrs. Strayer who have been
ant Valley citizens.
♦hey kill the |«-ople they run over ”
Mr. Shirley completed hie bungalow
A new arrival at the home of Mr. and
for eome time will resume their travel
and returned to Portland to work.
Mrs. Edd Cunningham in the («er-on of
Our Graat National Chang».
H. Fitzgarld hae retired from active through the west on Monday next.
a ten and one-half pound boy.
Every thinking man recognize« the
farm life and ie offering some fine bor-
Will Kesterson who has been felling fact that conditions of life in the Unit
employed in the hotel here, have gone timber for Rodlun Bros, this eeaeon is ed States have nltered materially with
eee for eale cheap.
to Colfax. Wash.
in the memory of men still y*wmg
at home on a vacation
E. E. Tripp will move his barber
Mis» Florence Parker has received a But not every statesman has beet, able
shop into Harlow’s building next to three week» vacation which she is to express his appreciation of these
great changes as clearly and concise
The forest fire here Monday created Edmonson s saloon.
•(■ending at home with her parents.
eome excitement. Some fences were
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Harrison were ly as did Governor Woodrow Wilson
of New Jersey In a went address
burned, otherwiee no damage done.
Gresham visitors last Monday.
Kill More Than Wild Beasts
Governor Wilson said:
Miss Hilma Angstrom of New York
The number of people killed yearly
“Now, I take leave to beleve there
City i» visiting her aunt, Mrs. Nelson by wild beasts don’t approach the vast
is one singular question that underlies
Escaped With His Life
and other relatives.
number killed by disease germs. No
“Twenty-one year- ago I faced an all the other questions that are dis
An auto party of relatives and friends life is safe from the attacks. They’re awful death,” write» H. B. Martin, cussed on the [Milltlcal platform at the
from Portland gave the Nelson family a ! in air. water, duet, even food. But Port Harrelson, 8. C. “Doctors said 1 present moment. That singular cir
pleasant surprise last Sunday.
grand protection is afforded by Electric hail consumption and the dreadful cumstance Is thnt nothing is done In
this country as It wns done twenty
Miss Nettie I.agerborg and Miss An 1 Bitter«, which destroy and expel these cough I had looked like it, sure enough. years ago. The old pnrty platforms of
1 tried everything I could hear of, for twenty years ngo read now like docu
na Nystrom of Portland were guests of,
That’s why chills, fever and ague, all my cough, and wan under the treat ments taken out of a forgotten age.
Mr». Robert Jonsrud.
malaria) and many blood diseases yield ment nf the best doctor in Georgetown. We are In the presence of a new or
promptly to this wonderful blood puri S. C , for a year, but could get no re- gnnlzatlon of ■¿o.lety We nre eagerly
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King's New- Discovery, I did so. and as we dl<l on<e fit the old organiza
are most likely to take diarrhoea and you. Money back, if not satisfied. Only
w as completely cured. I feel that I tion. to th«- happiness and prosperity
loae several day’s time, unless you have •50c bv Gresham druggists.
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