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OREGON CITY COURIER-HERALD. APRIL 6, 1900:
I CLACKAMAS COUNTY NEWS
Fine weather and everybody well
and busy. The farmers have nearly
finished putting in grain.
The primary elections passed off very
quietly out this way. . . . ,
The farmers are all busy in this com
munity putting iu their spring grain.
The rain has made quite a delay to
come of them.
H. Perry is clearing up some land
which will be quite an improvement to
Mr. M. Mulvey bought a horse from
John Mulvaney last week.
School started at Lone Pine school-
house this morning with Mies Matlock
Mr. Mack of Portland, was the guest
of Jack CarliBie Saturday and Sunday.
Messrs. Charles Carlisle, Fred Nel
son and Frank West, of Portland, came
out toMulino on their wheels Saturday
and returned Sunday.
The dance at Mr. Wallace's Saturday
niuht wa a swell affair. .
Pierce Wright and George Deeth, of
Liberal, were the guests of Frank Bunch
Mrs. White, who has been visiting
friends down on the Columbia river for
omf time, is the guest of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Manning.
Mr. and Mas. Oscar Daniels.of Clarks,
were visiting friends in Mulino Saturday
Mrs. 0. T. Howard, who has been on
the sick list, is able to be out again, also
Mrs. Brown and Mrs. Force are better,
Archie McCord, of Oregon City, was a
cf Her at Mulino last wetk.
Will and Madge Mulvev and Bayne
Howard and Lee Perry attended the
entertainment at Molalla Friday night
and reported a pleasant time.
Miss Elite Ranch, of Canby, was the
the guest of Madge Mulvey Tuesday.
April 2. W.W.
Fine growing weather and fruit pros
pects good. Some spring chickens are
The demo-pop cawcussses went off as
per schedule, as smoothly as silk. The
assimilation was perfect, and no comfort
could be extracted by a few republicans
present that hoped the fusion would
fi.il. We even absorbed one man that
voted for McKinley four years ago, and
made a delegate of one- silver republi
can, and we feel proud of the fact that
we have no liiowneiis nor u'Kens to
bosB our caucuses and conventions.
The delegates to county convention
were na follows: Populist A. B. Cole,
Wm. Evans, P. II. Molloy, D H. Par
menter; democrats VV. W. Jesse, H.
Hedges, W. M. Covey, Wm. Barlow.
Nothing succeeds like success. Let
the good work be continued.
The Barlow literary and debating so
ciety wound up for the season in a blaze
of glory Saturday night. The entertain
ment was pronounced a perfect success
by all present, The acting, b n ;ing and
recitations. from first to lant.were of high
order and entertaining to a high degree.
We would be pleased to mention some
of those that touk part, but for lack of
space will be compelled to refrain The
literary journal that was conducted so
cleverly and fair by its editor. Comrade
Meville, was likewise discontinued, not
for want of support nor financial back
ing, but that the editor may give us a
Miss Mabel Knight, of Canby, com
menced a three months' subscription
school in the Barlow sohoolhouse Mon
W. W. Irwin, who has been traveling
in search of health, is now at his home
near here seriously ill with pneumonia.
Mrs. W.M. Covey is now in'Portland,
where she was operated on for tumor in
the left side, which proved to be the re
sult of fractured ribs by being run over
by a wagon two years ago. She is re
Mrs. Obed Quint has been granted a
pension in an unusual short time after
application, of which all here are well
The girls played a huge joke on the
boys at the dance Saturday night.
Shot tly after 12 o'clock, a. m., as there
were three quadrille sets on the floor,
and as the hrst hi; lire was called and
the boys saluted their partners with a
polite bow, the girls quietly walked
away and sat down. The boys looked
dumbfounded, but someone cau ht on
to the joke and yelled, "April fool
Oh 1 but it was rich. Come again, boy
There are two persons in'this vicinity
who are sick, and are said to be beyond
the hope of recovery bv the nse of medi
cine. Whv don't they and their friends
try the eflicacy of Chiistian Science? It
can do no harm, and may cure. Have
you lost faith in your God? See 12th
chapter, 1st Cor.
Judge W. W. Jesse is the democratic
nominee for justice of the peace, and all
those tliat don't want justice, should
they be brought before him, had better
vote lor some other man.
Mr. and Mrg.Lockerlv were the e'.'.esta
of il rs. William Davis last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Holder were the euests
of Mrs. Lemon Sunday.
Mrs. Eh Williams, of Oregon Citv.
MisBes Clara Heiple and Jessie Currin.
01 uurnnsviiie. were tne guests 01 Mrs,
. P. Irvin Saturday and Sunday. , .
Miss Ida Surface spent the dav with
Mrs. Irvin Friday.
John T. Irvin is digging post holes for
board fence between his place and 0.
Krigbaum. Mr. Irvin was burning out
the fence corners of an old rail fence
and burned several panels up, so he will
mane a board lence in place of the rail.
J. Davis is working at C. Miller's
Mies Alice Guttridge began school at
the Millonia schoolhouse Monday. She
win nave iwo or luree pupus.
Mr. Bodawig is working for . Mr.
Our merchants, Mr. Osterine and Mr.
Huffman, have gone to the citv fur an
other load of goods. It keeps thein busy
hauling eggs, which are 10 cents' a
Ulaud Uaty has gone to Portland on
his wheel today.
The plan to meet at the schoolhouse
ard organize a Sunday school failed 'ast
Sunday on account of bad weather,
vve hope there will be better success
J uk t ice of the Peace, Jonsrud, made
a business trip to this place last Thurs
G. T. Beebe has bought the Lewis
place near Marmot, and went over yes'
tenlay with a load of grain.
The weather is fine, and the orchards
are white wi h blossoms. The pros
pects are good for a large crop of fruit
Several of our citizens have been
making gardens during the fine
The early part of the week the nionn
turns near here were covered with snow
but it is now rapiilly disappearing.
March 31. ' J. F.
We are having a upell of unaxpected
"Webfoot" weather. 1
Moshberger brother! went to Aurora
today to look after the interests of the
T. B. Donaldson and Warren Haskins
are making rails. They intend to make
about a thousand. .
Miss Mabel Schwartz went to Union,
Marion county, visiting last Saturday.
There will be a Bpecial school meeting
at the school house next Monday, the
9th, for the purpose of reconsidering the
new school house bonds, as many of the
tax payers seem not to be really well
Mies Anna Yoder expects to go to
Portland in the near future to work in a
Mies Julia Oswalt is thinking of mak
ing a trip to Washington to atienu 10
Mrs. Ethel Spangler, of Cams, came
out yesterday to see her mother, who is
slowly improving in health.
W. S. Sconce has been making great
improvements by cutting down some of
his giant firs. D. D.
Apiil 2. , '
est . a true-blue reformer and had some
experience as deputy under Stout. Bro.
delegates, stick a pin right here ana let
us nominate .LarKins next eaiuiaay Dy
acclamation, and 1 promise you he shall
be our next assessor.
K. A. Myers, who has been visiting
his sister here all winter, started for the
gold diggings near Sumpteron Monday,
where he will work one of H. 0. Mvers'
claims. . . - Biz
Mr. and Mrs. Catile, of Portland,
were visiting Mr. and Mrs.R.L. Blanch-
ard during the week.
Mrs. Nora Kinsey luft for a short visit
to her parents at Liberal.
Born To Ihe wife of Lawrence May, a
In the primaries held here Saturday,
C. W. Ganoog, Gilbert Hedges and G.
0. Fields were choBen delegates by the
democrats and the populists elected
George Lazelle, Lincoln Blanchard and
;is Leita Owensby, a student of the
Agricultural college, is visiting her parents.
Delegates, attention 1 The place to
buy presents to take home to the lamily
is at the Golden Rule Bazaar, next door
All fools' day passed off auietlv. not
withstanding some of the girls fooled a
great many people.
Mr. aud Mrs. Jack Ware and family.
of Oregon City, visited the former's
parents, M r. and Jas. Ware, several duys
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Ward left Sundry
for Wood burn, where they will reside
for a short time.
Myo Bray ton and George Bhortledue
are nome again. "He it ever so humble
there's no place like home." Is there
Miss Maggie Marlin is staving at L.
Howard h mis week.
Miss MaUie Noe, delivery clerk in the
Oregon City post office, called on her
uncle, U. i. bibbs and family Sunday
Quite a number of the young people
met at the schoolhouse Sunday evening
anu practiced singing.
Mr. and Mrs. J. K.Morris and familv.
of WeBt Oregon City, were the guests of
the tatter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A
ine populisms neia ineir primary in
the schoolhouse Saturday and noml
nateu joe aiyers lor road suDervisor.
and elected the following delegates to
the county convention : J. W. Gerber.
Bill Myers and G. F. Gibbs.
Misses Martha Marlin and Anna
Shortledge weie guests of the Misses
Chas. P. Tallman, of Clarks, called at
ivir. uiods' Tuesday,
The farewell dance at H. Henrici
i uewjuy was wen atu nded and all re
port a good time.
Misses Sara Davies, Anna Mautz.flat-
lie tvoman ana L,ewis Davies attended
church at Beaver Creek Sunday, after-
April 4 Pansy Blossom.
April has come with her showers of
Seeding is almost over.
Mr. Hugo Hansen is homo frox East
Ada Moehnke, Elnora Ginther and
Robert Ginther started out to begin
teaching Monday, April 2. They all
went in different directions.
Mr. John G. Moehnke, of Washington,
was home on a visit.
There was a pleasant party given at
Stahen's laot Wednesday evening.
The weather April fooled a great num
ber of people out this way Sunday af
Miss Norma White has returned to
our neighbornooa. uiaa to see you
Chris Bluhm is on the sick list.
There are a number of signs
"Wanted, a wife." Wedding
may ring soon.
Mrs. Julia Frost is visiting relatives at
Mrs. Nellie Spencer is on the sick list.
Mr. and Mis. Howard, of Portland
are vieiting the former's parents, of this
A very delightful surprise party was
given at the home of Mrs Spulak Sat
urday evening, March 31. iu honor of
her daughter, Amelia's 16th birthday.
The evening was pleasantly spent with
games, vocal and instrumental music
and lancing until a late hour, after
which all enjoyed a delicious Bupper.
We are having fine weather over here
It is difficult to get work in the log
ging camps now. -
Eufaula is a pretty rough country.
Logging and eawmilling are the chief
The sawmill, where the writer is
working, is closed down for repairs.
Oregon seems to be in advance of
Washington, as fruit trees are just be
ginning to bloom here.
March 31.. J. D.
0. E HAYES
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Opposite Huntley's Book Store, tip Stain
OREGON CITY, OREGON
Tg-Land THlei and Land
Ofno Bualaeaa a Speolaltr.
ROBERT A. MILLER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
' Will practice In all the CourU of the State an
be Bureaua of the Interior Dsparlment at Wash
mgtoa. Room 8, Chakmik Buildino,
. OREGON CITY, OREGON.
VAN R. HYDE
Will practice In all the Courts of the State anr
the TJ. S. Land Office. Abstracts made. Land Ti
tles Quieted. Conveyances and all Legal Docu
ments drawn. Real EstatsbMight and sold. Divor
ces a Specialty. Office is Caupikld Builuino,
OREGON CUT, OREGON.
C. D. & D. C. LATOURETTE
ATTORNEYS AT IAW
Commercial, Real Estate and Probate Law
Specialties , .
Office In Commercial Bank Building
4ko. 0. BaowHiLl
J. TJ. Camfblv
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Oregon City, Or
Are guaranteed Lighter Draft than walking Plows
Doing same amount of work
Send for Circulars of
Case, Sulky, Gang and Walking Plows aud Harrows
Best Drill in the World
Farmers are busy seeding again.
Turtledoves have made their appear
ance once more.
Steve Phillippi left here this morning
with a large drove of Btieep for the Port
N. Farr and Herman Logus, of the
firm of Albright & Logus, of Oregon
City, are here tonight with a' nice drove
of beef cattle which they bought from
Hobart, of Silverton.
The air here was so blue last week
that an indiao factory might have made
a hit by battling the product aud label
ing it "Gossip .blueing, not made by a
Heeding will be finished on all high
ground in about a week if the weather
Fall wheat looks well and present
prospects are favorable for a good crop.
Early sown spring grain in up and
making rapid growth.
Stock hogs are scarce and demand
E. Dodge has hired two more men in
his Bhingle mill and moved his family
up to the mill near Mr. Morey's. WM1
Skein is bauling shingles all the time
for Mr. Dodge.
Charlie Boss is hauling his potatoes to
Found A rubber to some one's shoe.
Owner can have the same by calling on
S. Wright. No. 10 rubber, right foot. .
Pierce Wright and George Deeth were
calling on Frank Bunch, of Mulino, last
Frank Irish and Henry Fanton have
gone to Eastern Oregon.
J. Q. Woodward has bought another
horse to replace the one Hint he lost.
Frank Paine has gone to Sumpter.and
if he wiites back that there is plenty of
work there, there II not be enough men
in this neighborhood to do the farming.
The women will then haye to try their
Mr. Ilelvey'a family has the measles.
Mr. Paine has purchased a horse from
Charles Spangler'a horse is slowly ini-
Born To the wife of Elwood Frost, on
Thursday, March 29, 1900, a son. '
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bullard, of Cams,
were here Saturday shaking hands with
Mrs. Haynes accompanied Rev. T. B.
Haynes to Currinsville Saturday to visit
Mrs. Mack had a severe spell of sick
ness last wees and 's not able to be up
Lyman Mack is not so well this week
Miss Nora Curran is also on the sick
Mr. Locke has finished his work on C.
SehuebePs residence and is now working
for J. Jones on Seventh street.
W. S. U'REN
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
J aggar Building, opposite Huntley's,
ORtGON CITT - OREGON
ATTORNEY AT LAW
SfceutfrSer Slboofot -
OREGON CITY OREGON1
THOS. F. RYAN
Notary Public and Real Estate Broker
fcdUDINS IMBUBAXCI AOEHCT OF CLACIAMM
Money to Loan. Abstracts of Title Hade
Drawing ol Legal Dooumeuta a Specialty
Office on east aide of Main street
Between tth and 7tk
OREGON CITY, ' ".ON
Jf. C. STRICKLAND, si. D.
(Hospital aud Private Experience.)
fieri his profeulonal services to the people o
Oregon City and vicinity. Special aliention
paid to Catarrh and chronic diseases.
' Best of references given.
Office in Willamette Building.
10 to 12 a. m., 4 to e p. m.
No 20-0-12 inch... $o ?o
No 40-0-13 inch 10 00
Shares, Landsides, Mould
boards, etc., wil fit Oliver N0.20
(" ome and see us when you come to Portland
Mitchell, Lewis k Staver Co.
First and Taylor Streets,
Mrs. J. C. C. Hall, who has been con-
Sued to lur room under the care of Dr.
Leavitt, is much improved iu health
and able to be arouud.
John Denison runs a butter wagon to
Oregon City every Wednesday. Deni
son's butter is excellent, and the city
people have found it out.
Mrs. B. F. Xoyer, who wag quite ill
when her daughter, Miss Lthe, aged 18
years, died a yew dajs since, is now con
James Myers, of Portland, will teach
the Wright school, in district 53, com
mencing on the loin.
Tete Gabriel, who settled on a piece
ot railroad lani here, haa pulled up
stakes and pulled his freight.
J. 6. Griffith, of Texas, spent Sunday
with ye scribe.
Miss May Hall came out from the N.
V. metropolis to care for her mother
during her recent ill nets, but will return
to her work nest week.
We want to see 0. N. Larking, of Milk
Oreek precinct, receive the nomination
for county assessor on tne reiorm ticket.
"Cicero" is competent, thoroughly hon-
J. Gillette is working at the church
again this week.
George Pearl, who is hauling wood for
the mill this summer, went to Salem on
Saturday to see his mother aud visit
Miss Shaver and Mrs. Will Everhart,
of Molalla, were in town Thursday and
The pipe which supplies the watering
trough is broken and there is no water
for passing teams. Will the water com
missioners see that the pioe is put in
Grandma Bacon is uuder the doctor's
. Mrs. Preston Cooper and Mrs. J. W.
Miller went out to Maple Lane this
morning to spend the day with their
sister, Mrs. U. WilllamB.
Miss Nellie Swafford was taken ill
Tuesday evening and had to miss school
Grandma Waldron expects to start for
Missouri tins month.
Mr. Frost U erecting a mansion on J.
w. uurrin's property this week.
Lumber is heme hauled tor a sidewalk
from Ely poBtoffice to Mr. SwalTord'i
There was a family reunion at the real
dence of Mrs, Barlow last Thursday in
honor of her mother s. Mrs. E. J. Wal
dron's, 71st birthday. A number of
nice presents were received. Those
present were: Grandma Waldron, ac
companied by Mrs. J. Walton, Mrs
Alary Urolt and Mrs. W. Seaman, ot
Portland ; Mrs. B. Collard, of Jiewburs;
Mrs. M. Hyatt, of Willamette; Mr, and
Mrs. u?orge Waldron, Mr, and Mrs,
L. Waldron, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Wal
dron and Mrs. E. Harrington.
April 4. Salisa.
DR. L. L. PICKENS .
Prices Moderate All Operations Guaranteed.
DK. GEO. IIOEYE,
Office tn Caufleld Building, Main Street
Bbidoi and Cbown Wobk a Specialty,
All work warranted and satisfaction
The following was adopted at the pri.
mary of the populists and democrats of
this precinct :
We, the populistSi and democrats of
George precinct, in joint primary elec
tion, are in favor of dropping our party
names iu the present campaign and
working under the name "Independent'
or such other party name as the county
convention may agree upon; and our
deleaateg to the county convention are
hereby instructed to work to that end
We consider the office of road super
visor an office of honor and not for pri
Vhte gain, xneretore, M it
Resolved, That the road supervisor
shall have thfe same pay as any therein'
plove (tl 50 per day), and that the can
didate for the office of road supervisor
shall siiin this resolution.
Resolved, That power should be grant
ed to every road district to levy ad
ditional tasee for road purposes to any
amount not exceeding 15-mills.
DR. J. H. MILLER,
Seventh Street, near S. P.
DR. FRANCIS FREEMAN
Graduate of the Northwestern Univer
sity Dental School, also of American Col
lege of Dental Hurgery, of Chicago.
WITH DB. WBLCH.
Willamette Black - OppoeiU Poetojfict
Oreqoh Citt, Ubeooh.
C. N. GREENMAN
TBK PIONEER EXFRESSMAH
Parcel! Delivered to All Parti of tb City
OREGON CITV . "T . OBEdOS
OF OREGON CITY
CAPITAL f 100,000
TranaacU a General Banking Bualneas
Loam made. Bllli diaconnted. Mak eoV
lectioni. Buy, and aella exchange on all points
In the United Statea and Europe and on Horn
Kong. Deposlu received ul-Jecl to check.
Bank opes from A M. to 1 P. M.
D.C. LA10PR&1TE, FEED J. MEYER,
J. C BRADLEY PROP.
Kobiitt Livery and Sals Stable
OREGON CITY, OREGON,
Jitbi Street betweeathi Bridge andtha
Qonble aad ftngl rig and aaddle horaea
rartoanamd at the loweat ratea.and aeorra
alee eonneoted with lha barn tor looaa atocV
Wl formation regarding an; kind of af
!opUy attended to by letter or peraon.
E. 1. SIAS
Watchmaker and Jeweler
CANBY - - OREGON