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OREGON CITY, OREGON, FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 1898.
Said a critical tramp:
Bellomi) & Busch,
OPPOSITE COUKT HOUSK
"I would say,
Crusts of bread often come
in my way,
But they're tough now no
Where the ventilated oven
Gives the air in the oven
Our STOVES and STEEL
RANGES do exactly what
Kiv.1t.1u wnrrnntnrl STKF.T.
RANGE for $30. 1
In SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS at
the PIONEER STORE of
CHARMAN k SON
A fall line of
Boots and Shoes,
Royal make the food pun,
wholeum. and delicto.
ROVAl BAKIM POWOfB CO., HtW VOIIK.
Carlson, Delbert and Fred Bonney, and
Andrew and Walter Gorbett.
There was a social dance given at Mr.
I and Mrs. P. E. Bonney last Tuesday
night by Frank Robeson and Andrew
iorbett. Those piesent danced till the
small hours, and all went home satisfied
with the evening's pleasure.
Al arch 19. Alphonse.
TEACHERS AND SCHOOLS.
Dr. A. A. Barr
Scientific Optician, formerly
of Minneapolis, has charge of
the Optical Department for
A. N. WRIGHT, the Iowa
Jeweler, 293 Morrison St.,
Have Your Eyes Examined
. The Oermania Market.
Is the cheapest place in the city
to buy t t t t t
FIRST-CLASS FRESH MEATS
Seventh Street, Near Depot, Oregon City.
F. J. OsTKKHOLTZ, Props. t t
180 FRONT ST.
OIL CLOTHS, UNOLEUM, SHADES
J. G. MACK & CO.
88 Third Street - Portland, Oregon
Farmers in this vicinity are busily
engaged in finishing their seeding.
There was a large acreage of fall grain
put in here, so there is not so much for
the farmers to do this spring as usual.
A. J. Sawtell's teazle trimmeis finish
ed their work last Saturday and cele
brated the event by giving a supper at
the Teazle Creek church in the evening.
A good crowd and a pleasant time was
P. M. Boyles, the junior partner in
the blacksmith firm of King & Boyles,
has gone on a visit to Polk county and
will return soon with a wife, a Miss
Vernon, of near Independance. When
he returns he is likely to receive the
usual serenade, consisting of cow bells,
tin pans, etc.
Perry Kayler has secured a position
with a Mr. Moulson, near Independance
and has gone there. '
Hie Klondike and Alaska fever has
about subsided here. The parties from
here that bought their tickets for Alaska
sold them again and have given up
entirely and from all accounts that have
been received from there since then it is
a lucky thing for them that they did
not, go. . 1
The Trullingor brothers and 0. I.
Hipson, who left here for Baker City re
cently, report times as dull up there as
it is here .
Herman Bros, are preparing for a busy
summer's run. They are prepared to
furnish all kinds of lumber for building
purposes and have orders enough now
to keep them running for some time
Mrs. Matilda Boyles has bought a
house and lot from Mrs. Moody, and is
now having the house refinished
Messrs. Adams and Emert are the
Ellen Kayler is having her house
nicely papered. The new married couple,
, M. Boyles and wife, are to occupy it
There is some talk of the M. E. church
South, building a parsonage at Molalla
There is not much building con
teniplated here this season that we have
heard of. R. T. Dibble is going to build
Kellv & Kaiser started to their Ogle
Creek placer mines just at the com
mencement of our recent storm. They
have probably hung up in a snow drift
some where on the road.
At the recent primaries the democaats
and populists united without a dissent
ins vote. Should this be the case all
over the county they will stand a reason
able chance to elect a full county ticket
J. A. Alexander is thinking of moving
his family to Barlow in the near future.
Luther Fox was a Molalla visitor re-
It is reported that Uncle Jake Ilarless
was buncoed out of (10 or (12 on his last
trip to Oregon City. He can hardly tell
himself how it happened, but he thinks
that when a certain party paid him for
bacon, he failed to take a (10 gold coin
and lt'ftitlyinu on the counter. The
mistake was not discovered until the
next morning. The man that bought the
meat knew nothing about it, so Uncle
Jake was out.
March 23. X Y Z
MANY RICH MEN,
So-called, if they should die this week,
would not leave a cent for their families.
Strike an average of the business men you
have known for fifteen years, and how
much are they worth? A good many
could not stand up long enough to be
counted, if it were not for the all-sustaining
arms of life insurance.
For rates and sample policy in the
MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
of Springfield, Mass., call or address :
H. G. COLTON, Manager,
31 1-312 and 313 Chamber of Commerce,
V. H. and J. F. Dix left for Washing
J. Gorbett was in Portland and
gon City on business this week.
Miss Jessie Robeson has gone to
Washington to spend a week or two
viniting friends. Her niece, Miss Lizzie
Jennings, of Monitor, is staying with
Grandma Rolieson in her absence.
Mrs. Strongreen was the gueet of Mrs.
Gottberg last Friday.
There was a pleasant surprise party
given Andrew Gorbett at his home last
Saturday evening. Those present were
Mr and Mrs J Gorbett, Mr and Mrs P E
Bonney, Mrs Delia Young, Misses
Emma Timmerstet, Jessie Robeson,
Minnie Carlson, Meadie and Mabel
Hubbard, Ellen and Lucy Bonney, and
Grace Gorbett; Meters. Use, Will-, Jay,
Oscar and Otis Dix, Gus, Emery and
Eddie Gottberg, Brenton Vedder, Emil
Munson, Adolph Tinnerstet, Frank
Robeson, Bert Hubbard, Joe and Oscar
Qossip Concerning Pedagogues
Kindred Topics at Home.
The spring terms of school are begin
ning in the country districts already,
and more will commence in a few days.
Miss Mabel Finn, of Portland, has
been engaged to teach the Teasel creek
Mrs. Ida Starkweather Derry, of Mil
waukee one Of Clackamas county's pop
ular teachers, has been granted a state
life diploma, by State Superintendent
Miss Eliza Burns, of Oanby, will teach
in Mulino district No 102.
Miss Marana Allard, of Monmouth,
will teach the Happy Hollow school,
in district No. 99.
James Kocher, of Mark's Prairie,
will teach the school in District No. 91.
Robert Coe, of Canby, is the teacher
of the spring term of the Barlow school.
Miss Hattie Wilcox, of Redland, will
teach the Linn mill school.
MissJosella Johnson, of Corbett, has
been secured to teach the Bull Bun
school. i '
I. Le Mahiiu, formerly editor of the
Courier, is '. teaching school in Coos
J. V. Gilbert, recently from Wyoming,
has secured the White school near Au
Miss Minnie Walker, of Viola, will
teach in Logan district No. 94.
Victor Dickey, who was to have be
gun a term of school in the El wood dis
trict Monday, will have to wait until a
room is secured in the place of the one
that was burned down lust Thursday
M.S. Shrock has closed a term of
school at Hubbard, and begun a term at
Barton last Monday. '
Charles Rutherford, of Hiehland. be
gan a term of school at the Mink school
house Monday. He : recently closed a
term of school at Redland. ,7 1 "'
Robert Ginther, who has been teach
ing the Highland school, will preside
at the Beaver Creek school during the
Ara McLaughlin, principal of the Mt.
Pleasant school, is confined at his home
in Milwaukie, with an attack: of la gripe,
and L. T. Anderson has charge of the
school this week. Miss Casto is the
new primary teacher in the Mount
Millard Hiatt and Miss Harriet Bray,
teachers of the Canemah school, are
having a temporary vacaiion now, the
school having been closed on account of
epidemics of measles and diphtheria
Miss Alice Williams, of Clackamas,
has returned from a visit to relatives at
Summit, Benton county, and will begin
a six month's term 01 scnool in the
Strickland district, near Highland,
The walking mania, which is attract
ing so much attention in the East, has
struck some of the Clackamas county
school teachers, and they are making
records in that line. When the teach
ers' meeting was held at Clackamas a
number of them walked both ways, and
at the Milwaukie meeting, four walked
all the way down from Oregon City.
O. H. Byland, of the Carus school,
who was in the city last Saturday, states
that teachers as a rule, could talk bet
ter on assigned subjects at the monthly
meetings, if every violation of grammar
was not criticised by other pedagogurs
April 8th, will be observed as Arbor
Day by the schools generally, and Supt.
Starkweather has received a lot of Ar
bor Day programs from the state super
intendent, which he is sending out to
the various school districts. In some
of the timbered districts where trees
are in the way, the time might be used
to advantage in digging out stumps.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Clackamas County Teachers' Associa-
tion, will be held at the Barclay school
building tomorrow. A splendid pro
gram has been prepared, one of the fea
tures of which, will be the musical num
bers. The lectures by George H. Himas
and Mrs. C. II. Dye, will bo of special
interest to those interested in Oregon
history and literature.
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