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CLACKAMAS COUNTY NEWS
Furnished By Numerous Corres
pondents in the County,
Correspondence from Logan and Gatfleld un
avoidably crowded out of this issue.
Mr. Mack had the misfortune to lose his gray
pouy by death last week.
Mr. Everhart went out to Molnlla in n cart last
Saturday and spent Sunday witu'hi wile, lie re
turned Monday morning in the sleet and rain
and had u breakdown just as he got nearly to the
Mrs. Smith and datiRhter, Maud, of Main street,
spent Saturday evening and Sunday with her
daughter, Mrs. J. A. Newman.
Arthur Scogglna and family have moved to
L. J. Francis, of Tualatin, spent Saturday Even
ing and Sunday with relatives at this place.
J. T. Fraccis, of Portland, Bpent Sunday evening
Walt Curran is not able to work this week,
having a boll on his wrist.
Mrs Hall and her mother, Mrs. P. D Curran,
are both quite sick this week.
Otto Wohler received a card from Portland on
Monday stating that his lather is still very danger
mr. Livingston spent Friday eveuiug in Moun
C. Pchuebol made a business trip 10 talent oil
Mrs Hnynes had the rheumatism quite badly
O. W Morey is confined to his bed (his week,
suffering witli rheumatism.
The Sudr.ay-school at ihisplaco anticipates giv
ing a basket social In lite near future, l'urtner
particulars will be giveu later,
January 11. Sauna.
Mrs. Dunlavy has been quite sick for the past
" Will Sliulse made a flying trip to Sllverton
On Friday Dr. Brooks, of Sllverton, was called to
the assist, attce of Mrs. Blair, who has been quite
sick for some time.
Rev. Shulse will begin a protracted meeting at
the M. IS. church on next Tuesday evening.
Barton Jack, who has been confined to his room
for the past week, is reported convalescent.
Clyde Marquam began a term of school in the
Davis district on the lirst Monday in January and
seems to be progressing nicely.
Uncle Enoch Sklrvln is able to be about our
streets again, after an illness ot several days.
The Ladies' Aid Society cave Mrs. Labour a
pleasant surpiise last Wednesday by ooming in
ior uinner, insteita 01 in tlie uiieritoon asvas an
nounced. 'I he ladies brouuht lunch and a verv
enjoyable time was had.
Miss May Hauch has returned from Waitsliiirjr.
Waslt., and is now keeping bouse tit home wliiie
Miss Kate Hutigh is visiliiig at the former piece.
The basket social uivou bv the Good Tumnlara
last Friday evenint; was a dcnled success. The
eiiin 01 tne baskets was couducted in a verv
unique way. A lady uumuu a basket was re
quited to exhibit ller foul, this 'being dona by
means ot a curtain, The person bidding lor the
oot secured tlie basket.
Those liieb soundiuir words used bv "JMsner,,
11 introducing himself to Ilia public have opened
a now Held of thought ior the auges of Marquam.
The all-tthsorbiiig question now is one greater
than philosophy, scietiee, politics or religion, it
s one ot the kind which would be hard It) class
ify. . It is "Who is Jasper and wliat etui ho moan
branch tiwtut words?," ...
Jauuuiy ti. Pat.
This has been a week of anxiety iu this burg.
Caused by so much sickness.
Mrs. Edward Johnston. Sr.. who was nt death's
door for several days and was given up to die bv
lier friends and doctor, at iho last moment lurued
for 'lie better, aud we are glad t sitv that she is
out of danger.
Mrs Hettman has been confined to her bed dur
ing the week. lr. Summers is in attendance.
Mrs. R. K. Greaves and daughter. Ethel, were
confined to their beds duriug the wees , but are
Mrs. Doty and daughter. Donna, are on the sick
list this week.
Mr. Cramer and daughters. Martha and Louise.
are ooulined to their rooms with sickness.
The Misses Edith and Bessie Galloglv. bora
Stover and Kale Hoffman aiu caught in the same
Sturm of sickness.
Miss Willa Hughes has returned home ufter
spending New Kears with friends in Salem.
The Literarv Society nostDonetl its last meetinir
for one week on account of so much sickness
among its members.
The school has been poorly attended during tlie
week. Sickness was the cause.
January 10. t Julia.
Grandpa" Klise has been very sick for some
time, wilh but Utile change iu his condition. Dr.
Guueiter is attending him.
Ed Young expects to work for Dr. leavitt the
rest of tlie winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Silas Wright were called to attend
the funeral of Mr. lleiple, of Currjnsville, last
Mrs. Austen and son, Will, have been staying
with Mrs A.'s parents, who have been sick.
Nearly everybody has been "under the weath
er" and weate not feeling very well ourelf.
An oyster supper anil social were given at
James Mallatl's place last Friday evening as a
beuellt lo the lainliy 01 F. L. Scnammul, who
lost all their household goods iu the fire which
burned William Loveridge'a house last week.
January 10. E. A.
It is with pleasure that your correspondent
announces the failure of the distillery going
into operation at Fisher's Mill. While it is not
in Redlaud proper, it is near enough to have
been a menace to our young men and boys.
The election of officers in Redland M. E. 8. 8.
resulted iu the election of Clem fc-nelty superin
tendent, Mis BclshttW assistant superintendent,
Ullmore liehimer secretary.
M.N. Smith Is tlie proud father of a bouncing
J. G. Bargfeld has a tick horse not expected to
L. Fnnk sent a sack of piunef to Wisconsin
this full which netted him 4c per pound.
The Epnorth League elected I. Meske presi
dent, Giltnure Behiuier lirst vice-president,
Maude Stoue second vice-president, llattio Wil
cox tblrd vice-president, rrili Penleii fourth
vicepresideut and Louis Funk secretary aud
January 9. X.
How the children are enjoying the coasting,
and occasionally the older ones lane a slide.
Mrs. Fuller and daughter, of Idaho, are visit
lug her mother.
Mrr. M. A. Clark and all are sick In bed.
The W. C. T. TJ. met at Rev. Butler's on the
7lh, with our president, Mrs. '. V. Clarke, In the
chair. A committee was appointed for another
nlertainmeni Mrs. r-purgeon ana Mrs. Koadar
Representative Alex. Thomson was in town on
John Mohr bad just an even doien good, fal
hens killed the bib. Whatever it iu Urn bit the
hens on the back of the head and sucked tbeir
blood. He expects to catch something, as he baa
three rat trap ana t Dear trap setting.
Petition! and petitions are being circulated
some for a good supervisor and some for a no
good supervisor. By their mills ye shall know
Mrs. Anns Meyers and Mrs. Sttircliler have
been very sick, but are much better.
The Congregational church is holding revival
January 9. Rose Hill.
The holidays pasted very quietly. At the Ger
man church Christmas was spent with a splendid
tree and a nice program and sermou. Credit it
especially due to the choir.
Otis Morris Is wearing a very pocnliar Bmlle on
his(ace of late. We don't blame him. Money
is what makes the mare go.
There was a dance at the residence ot Mr. and
Mrs, James Morris on New If ear's day.
Mr. Murdock is erecting a new and handsome
Mr. Scramlin is planning a new residence
which will reuuire in the neighborhood of 10,(100
feet of lumber and will add greatly to the looks
of our little town.
In passing over the roads we found one of our
district scrapers in a mudhole down on Marks
Frame. We wonder II our superviaur ian ma
cash in the same manner,
Died On Jan. 5, 1890, of la grippe, the little
eight-mouths old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Panne. 1 he remains were Interred in the Canby
Mr, Helns has returned from his trip to Cali
Some of the boys were out coon h.tnting last
One of our citizens wa reoently held up by a
lone hlghwayaan, but he sueceided in getting
awav, with tne lalter in pursuit. He swears
vengjance if the incident should ever occur
January 8". Susan.
As a result of the damp weathe', quite a num
ber of people are suffering from the effects of
colds in our community, as elsewhere,
Mr. Force, who has been doing business in
Portland for a couple of weeks, returned home
A blrtli-dav party in honor of Frank Manning's
17l.il year was given at his home last Tuesday
evening. The evening was pleasantly spent in
Mr. and Mrs. Perry received V iusrrance on
their household goods they had burned recently,
from the Oregon Fire Belief Association, of Mo
There will be a tohool entertainment given at
the Grange hall Friday evening, the lath. All
are cordially invited to attend.
There will be an open meeting given by the
Macabes on Saturday night, Jan. il. Everybody
is invited to come.
January 11. Pansy.
This cold snap has caused a good deal of sick
ness iu these parts of late mostly colds and the
Mr. and Mrs. Underwood, of Orejon City, were
out visiting "Pa" and "Ma" Sunday.
Some of the boys went to Portland last week on
business. Amongst them were James Hatton and
George Clark, of Logan, and others.
We noticed some time ago In the Cousirh
11 khali a report of the grand jury, and amongst
their reports was that they had investigated the
Magdalene Home at Parkplace and that they
found it ail right "so far as they were permitted
to no." Now, Mr. Editor, or any one else, we
would like to know by what right the grand jury
inspected, that building and why they did not
have a right hi make a thorough investigation of
tlie same. To my mind, it souiids strange for tlie
grand Jury to say that so far as it was permitted
to go, it was all riaht. And again it has aroused
some of our curiosity and we would like to know
just how iar It was permitted lo go. 1 do not say
that there is anything wrong going on m that
building, but 1 !o think Ihat the grand jury had
ought to Have made a thorough investigation of
it wliiie it wi's pretending lo do so. 11 it hail a
'right to make any invesligatt'iii of it.it had the
right to make a thorough, one. Will some one
please givetis some light on the subject?
Jatluarv 11. - SNIl.
Miss Williams, one of the Parkplace teachers,
Wrts kept home a couple of days last week, oil
account of her mother being very ill. Miss Kate
Smith occupied her position during her absence.
t'hnrlev GalhiWBy visited onr school Inst week
and recited tlie court scene in the 'Merchaut of
Venice, " which we were all pleased to hear. We
would like to have Charley visit our school
It Is reported that we have diphtheria In our
neighborhood, but It Is nothing but common sore
throat, which a great many have at present.
Mrs. M. 0. Jewell left for Dufnr last Tuesday
for the beuebt of her health, wbich we all hope
site will regain.
Hoy Bill is up from Portland, where he has been
working, vlBlling hi sister, Mrs. Carl Brown.
Mr. Peckover has his new dwelling almost com
pleted. One of onr soldier bnys, Fred Smith, returned
home Saturday from Honolulu.
Willie Beech, one of our graduates, who Is now
attending school at Oorvallis, visited our school
before reluming to his study. A number of the
graduates this year will remember lite encour
agement Willie gave them to aiteud college uext
George Matheson Is home now visiting his
father. George has been working In Portland for
the last year.
Dixie Kvans has been staying out of school the
lasl week ou account of having a very bad cold.
nml Brown aud Henry lllmler were sent for
last week to shovel snow off iho railroad track
near Mt. Shasta.
George Kauch hat been on the sick list the past
Bert Fablon.on account of sickness, has been
home, but left on the luih fo- down on the Ce
lutnbia river lo conduct business in the logging
Little Ruth Rauch is sick with a bad cold and
is not able to attend school,
Kred Smith promises to give a locture Friday at
school about his trip to Honolulu and now many
Spanish vessels lie ran against wutieoui at sea.
The following road supervisors were
annointed. the report showing that eaca
candidate represented the largest
amount of taxable property on his peti
j;0 lV h Ooonsell Milwaukie
2 VV 8 Blaknny Clackamas
" 3 A W Cooke Damascus
' 4 A D Burnett Eagle Creek
' 7 Adolph Aschoff Marmot
t 8 F J Walkley Salmon
" 10 J J Davis Garfield
il John K Smith Parkplace
" 12-M ii Riebhoff Logan
13 V it Mattoon Viola
" 14 A MauU Maple Lane
" 15 R a Tabor Oregon City
" 10 August Bremer New Era
" 17 D R Dimick Canby
" 18 M E Loudon Carus
19 G F Newkirkn Mulino
' 20 S iiutcheson Highland
21 W E Bonney Redland
' 22 Fred Shatter Mulino
" 23 William Evans Barlow
" 24 B F Smith Needy
' 25 John Barth Macksburg
" 2 J R Shaver Molalla
" 27 J A Stanton Marquam
" 28 Albert Croisan V illicit
" 290 D F Wilson Aurora
30 Riley naves Oswego
" 32 J E Hilloian Graeme
" 33 John Lewelling Springwater
" 37 G G Kruse Fulton
" 88 Peter P. naia Sandy
Ladies, new lot ot wrappers, beautiful
ly trimmed, lull measure, at the Racket
tun't make munlin underwear, when
von can buy at very low prices, at the
gun at Salem
Kruse of Clackamas introduced a house
joint resolution providing for the amend
ment of the constitution of the state so
as to permit of the initiative and refer
endum method of legislation.
Brownell, in speaking of the attempt
ed clerk-abuse reform, said he would
like to support the resolution as far as
the economy feature went, but he was
willing to go on record as being in favor
of the employment of many clerks, be
cause the people of Clackamas county
favored it. At a former session he had
an office created in order that one of his
constituents might occupy it, and that
was used in the campagne against him,
but yet he was elected, and he construed
that as an indorsement for numerous
clerks He had promised the taxpayers
of Clackamas county all the clerkships
possible, and he was of the opinion that
this was technical and narrow-minded
economy after all. He would say frankly
thatthe people of his county wanted
jobs,; and he appealed to the senators to
defeat the resolution and not to be afraid
of the newspapers.
Max SehulpiuH, of Oregon City, one of
Commissioner Herman's forest rangers,
was a candidate for sergeant-at-arms,
but was not elected.
Charles Holstrom, of Parkplace, was
appointed night watchman.
W,; W. Smith, of Parkplace, is door
keeper of the senate.
Bills introduced by Brownell: To per
mit loaning of school fund at 6 percent;
to provide for two supreme court com
missioners; by request to require cor
porations to pay laborers weekly In
Brownell is chairman of railroad
commi tee and member of judiciary and
roads and highways committees.
Porter is chairman of public lands and
member of educational committees.
In Memory of Mrs. Mary Ogle.
The following communication was
handed in for publication in honor of
the memory of Mrs Mary Ogle, whose
death was announced in ibis paper laBt
The surviving husband and eons have
tlie heartfelt sympathy of the com-
munity in which they live. Mrs. Ogle
had been ailing for some time, but was
Deuevea to be getting better when the
summons came so suddenly. Tho , fun
eral was very largely attended, not
withstanding the stormy weather and
most lmiiassalile roads. At the re
quest of the lamily, Mr. U'Ren con
ducted the funeral ceremonies. Hneaking
very briefly at the cemetery. He spoke
of Urs. Ogle's lonn residence of fortv
yea in im'e commnnityund -ihe-.'Ufli-
versul love and esteem which she in
spired, and voiced the hope that when
our call to the higher and better life
is heard, we may be able to leave our
work as well done as the friend who has
just passed on to the new birth. This
occasion reminds us again of the ques
tion as old as the life of man: "If a
man die, sha'l he live again," and said
that for every one who will diliuentlv
seek, the triumphant answer of the
prophet shall be true, "I know that my
tteueemer Jivetn and in the latter davs
he shall stand upon the earth." To
those who have gained that plan of de
velopment from which Faith ennobles
them to accept the promise of the Christ
mere is Happiness beyond the power of
worlds, hut the loving Father has given
his revelation equally to the children
whose faith is week. For them other
proofs are provided, and it is true. as
promised, "Seek and ye shall find;
knockand it shall be opened unto you."
He dwelt especially upon the testimony
of the wisest ttf all age, that there is
no death ; and what Si-ems bo is but an
other birth to brighter and better
spheres. 'I he speaker's words were full
of comfort to all those bereaved, whether
taken from the standpoint of faith or
reason, but it is beyond the writer's
power to reproduce them. And so
passed from our midst a noble mother
lose memory shall never perish from
the loving hearts of those who knew
Oak Grove Herd of Sliorthorns.
J. W. Dowty, the proprietor of the
Oak Grove herd of Shorthorns at Cur-
rinsville, has purchase.! Oak Hill Lad,
thorouhbred Shorthorn bull, whose
registered number is 130,660. Ho is a
red and white bull, calved leb. 2nd,
1898, and was bred by Charles E. Ladd.
Oak Hill Lad was got by Illustrious
Conqueror 125,501, out of Griselda Vol.
9!), p 545, sired by Viceroy 95,533, out of
Gwendalyn by Baron Butterfly 49,871 J
Gypsey Uwynn by 2nd JJuke of Har
rington 50,877 J Grasmere Gwynn by
Village Flag 41,217; Gertrude Gwynne
by 2nd Duke of Graemer 13,961; Muir
kirk Gwynne 3rd by Royal Briton (27,
351. Sixth dam by imported Royal
Briton, tracing back to imported Mys
tery by imported Count Conrad (3510.)
Nineteenth dam Princes by Favorite
(252). Registered at Springfield. 111.,
in vol. 42. Auuust Zbth, 1898. Most ot
my breeding cows are sired by Ruby's
Gaston, 1x7,230; his grandsire was im
ported Gloster 65,400. W. P. Higin-
bolham, of Manhattan, Kansas, paid
$1,000 for him. I bred from General
Garfield tracing to imported Flora by
Lafon's son of Comet 155, imported by
Cornelius Coolidge into Boston in 1818.
Grisella has been on exhibition.
Wanted a bronze turkey gobbler,
J. W. Dowtv, Currinsville.
I'roltat-e .Court .
George T. Howard was appointed ad
ministrator of the estate of the late Al
bert E. Hodgson, who died at Dawson
Gitv, October 13th. The estate il val
ued at $500. II. E, Salisbury, Judson
Howell and D. H . Purcell were ap
Julia F. Eaton was appointed guar
dian of the person and estate of William
Ross Eaton, a minor.
Adjourned Term Convened Mon
Judge McBride convened the ad
journed November teim of the circuit
court Monday. It will remain in ses
sion several days.
On Monday Enoch Hale was granted
a decree of divorce from Gladys A. Hale
on the alleged plea of adultery on the
part of the defendant. The Hales were
married at Chicago on Dec. 13th, 1893.
In the suit of John Wilson vs Libbie
Vanghan Wagner, et al, it was ordered
that the summons service be made by
The Pacific States Savings, Loan and
Building Oomoony vs Emma Willard,
et al ; sale confirmed.
Allen & Lewis vs Margaret Batdorf.
et al ; decree of foreclosure for $250i) on
lots I, 2, 3 and 4 in block 62, Oregon
L. A. Lewis vs Margaret L. Batdorf,
et al ; decree Of foreclosure for $85 95 on
lots 1 and 2, block 62, Oregon City.
T. W. Blakney vs George S. Baly, et
al ; judgment by default for $2500.
Walter H . Ray has fllid a suit against
Lillian B. Ray, for a decree of divorce
on the plea of desertion. The plaintiff
and defendant were married in Port
land in November, 1885, and the latter
deserted the plaintiff in 1897.
McMinnville College vs M. J. Broder
ick et al ; ordered that the amount of
judument be changed from $1584, to
$1894 on account of an error.
In the damage suit of W. F. Knight
against ex-Sheriff Grrce for $500, the
plaintiff failed to put in an appearance
and on motion the case was non-suited.
Thomas Charman was awarded judg
ment against L. W, Deeth and wife for
A confirmation of sale was ordered in
the foretlosure suit of William Blount
vs W. T. Whitlock, et al.
Lena M. Smith, of Portland, was
granted a decree of divorce from lleiiry
. , i M.i
I have abundance of money to loan at
8 and choice lotmg will be made at
O. H. Lye.
And the prices are quoted so ridicu
lously low that it will pay you to call.
Our Entire Stock
of Mirrors, Cloth Brushes,
Celluloid Hair Brushes, Etc
Never before could -you get sncb
Bargains in Druggists' Sundries
as we are offering this week.
Celluloid Mirrors Plate Glass... a, ..$3 50
Celluloid Hair Brushes.
11 (1 11
a 11 a
" " "
11 11 11
S We have a gross of Looncn's 50c
Tooth Brushes a guarantee on the
J handle of every Brush that the bristles
$ will not come out We will sell these
while they last at 25 cents
I C. G. HUN1W
1 CUT RATE DRUGGIST
Send us your mail orders.
Carpets and Matting...
YOU CAN'T BUY them elsewhere
of as good quality or at as low prices as
vou can of us.
Warranted All-Wool Carpet .
Good Chinese Matting. ......
The holiday rush left a number''of
Carpet and Matting liemnams which
we will sell at a sacritice.
Bellomu & Busch,
Furnished Every Week by Clacka
mas Abstract St Trust Co.
J. Pease to O. Erickson lot 8, blk
140, Oregon City ; $400.
M. A. Duteher to Commercial Bank,
lot 2, blk 44, Oregon City ; $200.
S. A. Campbell to J. L. Stone, lot 3,
blk 66, Oregon City ; $300. '
F. and A. Buioh to F. Habeit . lot 1,
blk 13, Falls View, lot (1, pt of S.bllt 107,
Oregon City; $500. ,
k J. W. Stone by shetilT to B. Werhein,
30 a, H.Ourrin clui; $850.
C. C. Thurmaii by sheriff to G. T. '
Gordon, sw Jj' of sw snd s ,j of se )i
of sv H, sec 1, 2 s, 2 e; $ !40 00.
G. T. Gordon to Clackamas Abst A T.
Co., sw of sw 4 and s of se of
sw )i, sec 1, 2 s, r 2 e ; $75.
R. Smith et al to C. D. Latourotte,
3-4ths lot 7, blk 3, Oregon City ; $000.
P, 8. Bales to R. J. Beutul, 8rj a,
Abernethy elm ; $S50.
W. Macmaster to C. Ridings, 107,62
a, sec 26,5 s, l e; $1,000.
J. and H. Crookshanks to A. J.
Crookshanks, 10 a, A. P, Smith elm ;
Leo Friede to U. 8., s of se Js( sec
30, 3 s, 84e; Act of Congress
D. Corbin to M.J. Vanhouten, lot 27,
bl- 42, Mlulhorn; $10.
D. Corbin to C. B. Vanhouten, lot 20,
blk 42, Minthorn; $10.
P. Sharkey to E. J. Sharkey, 80 a, sen
27, 1 s, 3e; $5. .
X. and B. Tellefsnn to M. Tel I of son,
80 a, Waterhury dm,. 3 s, 3 e; $1.200. ,
G. Olds to A. Aklrick, lot 4, blk 2,
Falls View ; $100.
Sonnet Land Co. to C. Millan, lot 7,
blk 5, Sunset Cily ; $350.
Catarrh In the head is cured by
Hood's Siirpiirilln which eradicates from
the blood tho scrofulous taints that
' cause, soothing and rebuilding the deli
i cato and diseased tisanes.
The best way to avoid sickness if a
keep yourself healthy by taking Hood's
Sarsaparilla, the great blood purifier.
Oregon City, Oregon