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LENTS LOCAL HAPPENINGS
WE GIVE SERVICE
WE GIVE SERVICE
RFSVMF OF THF W F F iTT D 01 N 0 S IN ANO AROUND THF CITV
Mr*. Abbie Haaaey and little daugh
ter returned to her home in Tacoma '
Mr. Gogglna la the proud poaaean-
or of a handsome new 5 paaaenger
Horn—to .Mr and Mr» Ben Klilzcl >>n
east Gillzvrt road a liouncing baby I
daughter Augu*t 2H
is a Culinary Art. There is almost as much dif
ference between the PERFEC’I I’OASI made
on a Radiant Toaster, and the Imperfect Toast
made in the tedious uncertain way, as there m
between angel cake and hard tack.
Mr. Palmer i» erecting a neat bunga
low on property purchased from Henry
Page on West Gilbert.
J. W. DABBOW. CK.lb.rn. N. Y„
Pres. <*irr««porulznl JVrw ¥</rk SMU
THE OLDEST GRANGES.
Facts Bearing on tho Organisation ot
Pomona or County Oranges
I* peel el Correepotuience. j
w«nr«-»i Here our young m«-mi*-rs
showed tbclr band* They organised
and gave a very creditable theatrical
play, and from It they aecnred over
$100. Later sociables and *|x*> lai »up
per» were held once a month. We
charged 15 rent» for »upper In tbia A DOLLAR »PENT AT HOME
way we have managed to equip, fur I» a Dollar That May Com« Back
ni»h ami pay for everything except
: to Your Pur»«
"We expect to pay $ DM» on the bond«
this year. We have not raised onr
tin«*». Our memtM-rshlp st prenetit is
over 30t> Our due* will eventually
meet and pay off all the Ixinds Our
entire cash outlay for building, lot.
furnishing, etc., was $3.277 The labor
donated was estimated at $200. The
■Ize of the building I» 32 by t» feet."
A Penny Saved Is
A Penny Earned
B A Htai ©
National Grange Meeting.
The national grange exwutive cotq
mlttee met recently at Atlanti«- City.
N J . and selected the Hotel Chalfonte
a» headquarter» for the meeting This
Is one of th«- largest hotels there, hav
ing <100 rooms, and will Ize au^ Ideal
place for the grange headquarter».
Th«- session» of the grange will Ize held
on the ocean piers Owing to the at
tnn-tlveneM of the place aud ita loca
Clou lu the east a very large attend
ance 1» antl<l|iatcd
THE MERRIAM WEBSTER
The Only New unabridged dj«h
tionary in many years.
Contain* the pJth and eMence
ot an authoritative Lbrary.
Cavers every field of knovL
edge. An Encyclopedia in g
•ingle book. -
The Only Dictionary with ths
New Divided I’age.
400,000 Words. 2700 Pages.
6000 Illustrations. Cost nearly
half a million dollars.
Let us tell you sbout this most
remarkable single volume.
It 1» particularly unfortunate for fu
M. K lli-dgv and Jo* Kchmilwr li ft ture historians that heretofore the na
Tni-*day for a 10-dayt fi.hing and hunt tional and state grungi-a have not pro
ing trip to the mountain«.
cured and preserved the same data
Electric Toast is Perfect Toast l>ecause the
concerning the orgnnlr.nlIon of Ponmmi
radiant heat forces the absolutely necessary
dn-n returned from Hoo<i Hiver thia j granges that ha* l»eeu kepi of the sub-
chemical change in the bread. 1 he result is de
week when- tla-y have «pent tlH-summer. | ordinate« The Granite Blate grange
has ewtabllalied the precedent of tillug
licious golden Toast that fairly makes the mouth
Mr*. 1. D. Graham, old time acquaint- a list of each of the Pomona grange*
auce of Mr*. Darnell spent a couple ot In New Hampshire, the ilat* and pluce
day» thia week in lent* renewing ac
of their organization, the name and
Grange In New Hempehire
residence of the organizing deputy and
Stat«- Secretary l»rak»- of New
E. E. Morturad. our enterpruing re Incidents In their early history. A»
Tbr Ra-liant Toaster makes this kind of Toast
tail butcher ha« purchased an automo time elapse» the value of this data and Hamimltire baa published a history of
last aa you eau rat it—ami at that tuerMl frac
bile. He nay« there i« nothing like i the difficulty In procuring It will in twenty-five year» of grange work in
tion of a caul par slice.
eastern New Hampshire, containing
crease In the same ratio.
You can o|>rreto thia Toaster on the flneat
125 page» generously Illustrated and
ilainaalt tabla cloth. Ita neat porcelain ba**
Mr and Mr*. Fnal Gcialer haie re- i The county, district or Pomona bound In green and gold. Illustrations
and cheerful glowing coil, add grace and charm
turm-d from tlieir honeym<*zu trip and granges were not a part of the orig of the emblems and oScea of the Po
to any tabla.
un- receiving the congratulation' of their 1 inal plau of the Patron* of Husbandry. mona grange are dear-rilzz-d atzd tbelr
The »emi-public fraternal organ Iza- significance given.
tlon» called county council« usually
< '. E. Fearing ia one of tin- new people ' preceded the Pomona grange« and re
A Busy Ladd.
J’ast State Master I .add of Massa-
to come into our town, lie com«* from i vealed the nece*idty for their organ!
rhusetts bas been attending field meet
Oklahoma and i* conaidering a penua-; zatiou.
nent location in thia part of Oregon.
Just when, where and by whom th«- ings In Michigan Mrs. Lztdd. who was
seriously injure«! in a trolley accident
II A Belka. of thia place ha* taken Brat Pomona grange wa* ln*tltut«-d are a couple of months ago. I* slowly re
shrouded In mysti-ry, and a allllgent
a contract to put down a cement found«- , research has failed to tlu«l the my.*ta- covering from tier injuries
lion for a new bourn- lor H. E. Bloyd at gogue
7t AND ALDER
Herald. Hampton’s Magazine, and
Montavilla, Mr Belka rezvntiy com-
Although the national grange did
pleti-<i a similar job for tlu- m-w Cat ho- i not pro« Ide plans for the organization Pearaoa’s Four Dollar» worth of good
reading for $2.60.
lie Academy here.
of Pomona grange* until the famous
N. N. Nygaard is tearing out the
yet then- I* no doubt tli.it fifth degree
pai titions in hi* «tore building to make
granges were Instliuted mid their
more room for hi» fall stock of shoe*. method of work determim-il by trial
Mr. Nygaard now haa a much larger and expA-riem e previous to this time.
Is the art of putting into another
and neater salesroom a* well as better
T rade M arks
It Is claimed by t'bemung Poiuoua
mind what Is in your own.
light is his repair shop
Patrons of Sew Y-irk that their* ws
IT IS A SUBTLE
Our genial |«>»ima*ter George Spring the "flrat Pomona ever organlza-d uti
quickly »»certain our opinion free whether an
invention i» probably patentable. Communira-
und Hob. McCollum -(sait a few day*
ttonsatrtctly confidential. HANOBOOK "n Patents
and there is no evidetue to refute th
•ent free, oldest agency fur seennng patents.
laxi week “whipping" the Biillrnn river
Patent» taken through Munn & Co. receive
claim, but their further claim <>f l*>lng
without crmrge in the
tor "*|**-kled beauties.'* Juatjhow the old«-*t Pomona grange in etist-
It !fi a means of making a favorable
many they caught aeem* hard to deter em-e cannot lie substantiated, for I
To have the best results, it must be
A handsomely illustrated weekly
mine lint tla-y returned with a gi**i have a copy of tlie records made more
culation of any »cienttflc Journal. Terms S3 •
the best printing
year four months. >1 Sold by ail newsdealer«.
than nine month« previously at the
That we are prepared to give you.
organization of the Peoria county <111
J. Flkingt'-n, Pre-. .Inn. 'Irrel, Vier Pre«. Emil <> Kardell, Caahiei
TRAINING 01 GIRLS
Ings regularly, and ns Its nutulier I-.
Continued from page I
thirty-three It 1* appnn-nt that tiinti?
tary character and care of the houae, similar granges were institute»! In tin
middle west liefor«- the national grange
, depend» largely the health of the fam arranged for tlieir organization atil
ily ; on prompt action in emergencies, framed law* for tlieir government
on th* immediate recognition of dis
In procuring data for the 'History
ease, slid on proper care during con v id- of Eastern New Hampshire Pomona
All fruit must be green and firm. Growers wishing to sell me
esceiice oftinies depend- the saving of Grange,” just published. I have not
Foreign Exchange Bought and Sold
fruit must bring it in green (not ripe). In some localities prunes
been able t<> ascertain that auy county
Interest Paid on Time Deposits
be ready to ship by the 15th of Augus". I will pay highest
If prog re** is to I* made in the house or district grange has bad an active
prices for all early fruit and prices will decline as the sea
hold, it must be no longer assnnied existence for n longer time than til«-
son advances. Boxes furnished.
that a home can lie well managed by a
woman who»«- reasoning power* have •eenis to be «-ntltk»d to tho distinction
Fire Insurance Written
of la-lug the oldest Pomona grange in
never been cultivated, who ha* never
been taught self-reliance and self-con
Notary Public and Conveyancing
The fidlowing dates of the orgnnlza-
trol, who ba« no conception of accur lion of the older Pomona grange* have
acy, who h a never acquired the habit tieen procured from their resp«ictlve
of observation, and whose invtntive secretaries:
genius and fertility of resource are ex
Pi-orla county. III., organiz«*»! June 2.
pended in providing for the pleasures 1874.
Chemung county. N. Y.. No. 1, or
This la Ae title of a beautiful M-page book, which
of the day. It should, however, lie an
will show any boy or girl bow to SUCCEED Drop a
accepted, fact that being born a woman ganised March G. 1S75.
postal in the mall TODAY and It will be sent FREE.
Newcastle. Del . No. 1. organize!
is not being born a home maker, and
alm of the College la to dignify and popularité
May 1. 187,*..
the industrie», and to terve ALL the people It offer»
that she need* the wisest training w»
Burlington county. N. J.. No. 1. or
In Agriculture. Civil Engineering. Electrical
can give her tn tit her for the most re ganized May 18. 1875.
Engineering. Mechanical Engineering. Mining Engin
eering. Forestry. Domestlo.*clence and Art. Com
sponsible position she can ever hold,
Chester mid Delaware. Pa.. No. 3.
mere». Pharmacy and Music. The College opens
that of wits and mother. It haa too organized June 3. 1875.
September 13d Catalog tree.
Oregon's Popular Reach Resort long been assumed that the house keep Barrien county, Midi.. No. 1. organ
Address : USUTBAB. 0B1GOM A0B1CULTUBAL
COLLEGE, Corvallis, Oregon
An id«-al n-tn-at for outdoor pastime* of er is born with an intutive knowledge ized July 11. 1875.
Androscoggin county. Me.. No. 1. or-
all kind*. Hunting, Fishing, Boating, of the machinery of th«* home. Every
ganlztxl Sept. 28. 1875.
Surf Bathing. Hiding. Autoing. i'ltnne- manufacturer or business man knows
Chittenden county. Vt.. No. 1. organ
p - - F ■ r lA'mr. »,
nig. I lancing and Holler Skating. Where tin- value of Ins industry, its increasing ized in January. 187S.
Sevt-.tbSI, Wnahlagt.in, [\ f •,
pretty water agate*. m>«s agate*, nioon- or decreasing value, the cost of mater
GEOIIGE R. DRAJiE.
I *toiH**. carnelian* can lie found on the ials used and of service employed. This
Manchester N H
■ lieaeli. Pun* mountain water and the information is a pa<t oTthe capital with
BUILDING A GRANGE HALL
i l>e*t of food at low price*. Fre*h ti*h, which he liegins business ; he does not
! . lain*, crali* iin.l oyrter*. with abund- acquire it by instinct or tradition, hut
by careful and exact study of all factors How a New York Stat» Grang» Fi
• ame of vegetable* of all kind* daily.
nanced Its Grange Home.
involvdd It is squally true that a
A writer In the American Agricul
Camping Grounds Con household cannot lie succsesfully ear turist
ned on except through application of
Di-nlcrs in Rough and Dr«-**«-d
locatod near Rochester, proe«-ed«-<l to
venient and Attractive the same principles.
erect a new grange ball, and the ex
perience may help others with like
with «trict military regulation*
We think wo know our affairs b<-st. purpose. He says:
. . . YOUR HOME BANK . . .
"We had $UOO in the treasury Some
but It Is hard to bling our frieuds to
Mill East of SANDY
members advised waiting until suffi
agree with us.
cient funds were in hand Xi pay the
Special Price* oil nil Old Stock
from all point* in On-gon, Washington ! Many a good thing has been boosted cost. The majority said. ‘Go ahead
now.' Our first move was to incorpo
and Idaho on sale daily.
Will pay you 3 % on 6 months’ deposits, 4 % on 12.
rate the grange under th«* membership
3-Day Saturday-Monday cause football practice makes Johnnie $31» >
Check Deposits Solicited. Money Loaned.
"We hired a mason to lay the wall
Drafts and Letters of Credit Issued.
for the basement. Members volun
from Southern Pacific point* Portland to
teered to do the excavating, draw
Tax Statement on application.
flottage Grove; alm from all
A K. I
atone, sand. etc. When the wall was
stations Albany iind went. Good going j
completed our $fkX» was gone.
Saturday or Sunday and for return Sun
“We let the woodwork, painting, etc.,
day or Monday.
on contract for $2.175. We Issued ten
Call on any S. P: or C. A
year bonds for $2.000. The grange re
full particular* aa to far»-*, train mlied-
served the right to pay them off at any
nle*. etc.. al*<j for our illustrated liook-
time The bonds were subscribed for
by members, but we still lacked $175.
let. “Outing* in Oregon,’’ or write to
To meet this several members paid
dues in advance. When the hall was
completed we had no funds for equip
In Oregon’s Most Reliable Association
General l*a**engvr Agent, '
ment. Here onr loyal membership
Portland, Oregon. I
showed Its enterprise and grit To get
Oregon Fire Relief, Oregon Merchants Mutual
a furnace we start««! a subscription
Fire/American Life and Accident In
and «non secured a gtax! one.
"A new range was then needed. The
surance of Portland
eaver ngraving o
“What are you going to do about itF’ f Indy members got up a soap order club
“What would you do?"
and secured « splendid range as s pre
_ MODERATE RATES
“Call the police."
mium. Other things, such as dishes,
tables, etc., and some inside furnish
Herald. Hampton’s Magazine, aid ings, ns shelves, closets, etc., not in-
HAPPY BY TAKING
■ AIN 1>»A
Pearson’s, Foor Dollars worth of good
cluded In the carpenter*' contract were
STS FORTISNO oat
IT THE YEAR. ROUND
reading for $2.tk)
LIGHT AND POWER CO.
WE GIVE SERVICE
WE GIVE SERVICE
BANK OF GRESHAM
Italian Prunes and Pears
General Banking Business
p. o. Cleone
BANK OF TROUTDALE
Firwood Lumber Co.
A Woman Wants
The Home Paper
John Brown, Gresham, Ore.