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OREGON CITY COURIER-HERALD. APRIL 13, 1900.
CLACKAMAS COUNTY NEWS
The frost injured the fruit some Sun
day night. .
We are pleased to have T. R. A. Sell
wood nominated for 'equire and Andrew
J. Walker for constable. Both are able
men. The former is a very popular
(iranger; he never mioses a meeting.
Their election over the Clackamas men
The nomination of Henry Thaissen
f ir recorder is a capital one. He lias
.lone much for his party and will make
a hot fight against the other man, being
well known all over the count, and will
get nearly all the votes here.
The republicans will see the error
they have made in sidetracking Milwau
kie precinct in their cut-and-dried con
vention when the votes are counted and
the republican majority does not pile up
as high as it should to win all on their
Some of our young ladies are getting
up a benefit entertainment for Mrs.
FarnBwortli. Some of the beist local
talent has been secured for Monday
The prohibitionists have struck a
practical man in F, Birckrmier for com
misfiioner. He Is n) old-time and hon
ored republican and will draw many of
life old party votos.
Rev. C. A.' Wentsch, of LaGrande,
Ore., preached in the German Methodist
Mrs. W lson, who has been living in
Portland since last fall, was here Sun
day. Henry Kuehl and Amelia Lechelt
were married at Spokane, Wash, Both
are weil known here and in the county
place Don't be afraid to vote for him.
lie will not go to Bleep while the board
is in session, and don't you forget it.
We are all satisfied with the full tick
et, and if we don't roll up the votes next
June in the Upper Molalla precinct!
Gee whiz!. Won't there be a land slide!
Don't forget our assessor. Longstreet
Vaughan is undoubtedly the most popu
lar young man in this part of the county
and his especial fitness for the office will
gain many votes for bim outside of the
Will Heinz left for Portland today.
Louis Heinz is slowly improving in
health. Eastern Oregon is not the cli
mate for him.
Several of our young men are going
away to work in the logging camps on
John Ridings, of Marquam, passed
through here today, homeward bound.
Rumor says John Dodge leaves soon
for Washington, to work In a shingle
mill where his brother, Jack, is.
Ephram Dodge moved today over to
Albert Woodwdos , his father in law 8
The Liberal Dancing Club's dance on
Wednesday night was a complete sun
cess, and they intend to give another on
May 1st. ' K.
Our school library association on Mon
day electel Miss Anna Shortlidge. libra
rian and Courtie Gibbs assistant h bran
an for the month.
Mr. and Mrs. Bawdish, 'accompanied
by Mrs. George and Joe Keller, of Dodge
nuu.nu ncic nnu in niouuumy. i . i?..:.,,... ...ui. u
Kev. J. W. Beckev, who formerly lived 1 X .":' LW . 3
id thu Ur.nl.. wiuunuim inuiuj.
Mere, tied the knot
The rond to Portlank immediately
north of the Johnson-creek bridge has
been cut down and the rock and dirt
grdded down both sides of the hill. It
should be graveled or a mud bole will
he the result. 11.
, April 10.
It still continues to rain and the roads
ire getting muddy.
A general complaint is heard that the
spring wheat did not germinate well,
consequently it has come up very thin.
Oats have come up all right and are
making rapid growth.
Clarence Look has grubbed a large
piece of land and has it all plowed ready
Dee Wright leaves for Portland today.
Sorry you are going, Dee. We shall miss
Silas Wright lias his colts broken to
caddie and liarnes, and one of them
(l)ashaway byname) is a flyer. He has
lten offered $100 (or him, but refused
it, as he is going to put the colt in an ex
pert trainer's hands, If he is blooded,
lie wants to know it.
Politics is running high here. All are
well pleased with the citizens' ticket.
Levi Stehman, candidate for connvs
Moner, is the right man in the right
Mr. and Mrs. Shelly called at Mr
Shortlidge's Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Davies took din
net with Mr. find Mrs. A. Mautz on Sun
A number of the ladies of Maple Lane
made Grandma Dickerson a splendid
surprise on Monday, it being her 80th
birthday. KefreBhments were served
and an enjoyable time was had by all
Mr. and Mrs. Martin went to Canby
Monday to attend the funeral of Mrs,
. Mr. and Mrs. 'B. Jackson and family
dined with G. F. Gibbs and family Sun
Clarence Jackson and wife have moved
onto Henry Jackson's place.
April 11. Pansy Blossom.
place." Mrs. Suter is 80 vears of ape. en.
joys the best rf health and is surround
ed by tier children and grandchildren.
it is the sincere wish of her many friends
that she may live to enjoy many more
such haapy birthday anniversaries.
Ross B. Deyoe. of Myrtle Point, boos
county, has been visiting his aunt, Mrs.
it. correBter, 01 in is place.
BornTo the wife of Fred Hoffmeis-
ter, on April 6, 1900, a daughter. ."
Miss Ruth Simpson hap beeiin a term
of school at Sandy Ridg, district No. 39.
Mr. Judd, who li .s been ill for some
time, is slowly improving.
Ward Douglass is very ill.
Born To the wife of Matthew Zoeir.
on March 2, 1900, a daughter.
Gussie Githens was the euest of Pearl
Foster on Thursday. . ,
Mrs. Hinkle and daughter, of Barlow,
were the guests of Mrs. A. J. Brackett
Dave Hoffmeister and Bill Hiairins
nave gone 10 urient to work.
Charles Ballou, of Portland, was visit-
ng ins parents in this place last week.
April 10. Z. M. F.
The weather is perfect, and every one
seems to be making the best ot it.
Walter Glover has returned to Cor
vallls, where he intends to finish a course
at the Oiegon Agricultural College.
Frank McArthur, of New Era, was
visiting relatives in Eaglj Creek last
A birthday surprise paity was given
Mrs. Suter on the 26th of March, which
was well attended bv the ladies of this
Elwood was favored with a rain, and
.Kev. John faric, who has been away
preaching, returned Wednesday with
the intention of staying home for a few
Mrs. Shubert is still quite il'.
I. M. Park has retu'ned from Palmer
to help his son, James, with the spring
wors, alter which tie will return to
Mies Lottie Boylan.of Claiks. was the
guest of Delia Henderson Wednesday.
Veat Surfus, of Maple Lane, has been
visiting relatives here. He repaired his
fence that was partly destroyed by fire.
Miss Zella Park, who has been stay
ing with her sister at Willamette Falls, is
at home for a few weeka' visit. '
School opened Monday under the com
petent leadership of Miss Mary Young,
of Milwaukie. -
Fiester Cadonan has gone to Gervais
to visit with his brother, Lee.
Rev Park will preach in the Mountain
Home church Sunday at 11 a. m.
There will be a discussion at Elwood
between the Colton and Elwood de
bating societies Saturday night, Apail
14. The mbjei't for debate is,"Resolved
that civilization carries with it a moral
tendency." Elwood has the negative
and Colton, the affirmative.
W. T. Henderson is confined to the
house on account of illness.
Misses Cora and Mensulla Cox have
gone to Oregon City to work.
Mrs. Duff, of Oregon City, is out on
her homestead, and Miss Ida Wilson is
staying with her. .. .
Mrs. Woodruff was visiting Mrs. Park
Lalla Rooeh. .
In spile of frequent showers farmers
are nearly through with seeding.
Last week there was a farewell dance
given at Henry Henrici's. Ii may have
been in honor ot the arrjvai oi ins sis
ter, Lizzie, of California, who ia visit
ing friends and relatives here.
Mrs. Matbies has returned from New
Era, where she ' has been- visiting
friends from Iowa. She was called home
by the sudden illness of her little.daugh
ter, Madaline. '
Mrs. Eowen and daughter, Myrtle,
have been on the sick list.
Mr. Weidner has purchased a new
buggy. What does this meau, Andrew?
Owen Hughes has purchased a new
bugiiv lor his wife. That's right.Owen,
we hope more husbands will follow your
Politics and bicycles are' in demand
in this vicinity sinca the mud has dried
Miss Elnora Ginther is teaching the
, Henry Henrici intends moving to Ore
gon City, where. he will go into the black
smith busineas with Mr. Moran.
Amos Kirk has. bought .himself a
There Is talk of another dance to be
given at the tall in the near future, so
boys, he on the lookout, as we always
have a good time you know
Mrs O. H. Hughes, of this place, and
Mrs. M. Wilson, of Oregon City, were
the guests of Mrs. Kirk Sunday .
The roads are now almost im
for buggies and bicycles.
Prof. J. W. Yoder is in Portland this
week to hear the great pianist.
John Crocker went to Monitor last
Sunday. v -
The ovster supper given by Misses
Anna Yoder, Mabel Schwartz and John
Watson, at the home of the former, was
a decided -success. Those present were :
L. D. Yoder and wife, Mrs. Joseph
Schwartz; Misses Lottie and Mabel
Schwartz, Alice Wyiand, Nellie Crocker,
Rose, Anna and Maud Yoder, Jessie
and Mary Taylor, Curie Bigelow, Julia
Little; Messrs. John and Walter Wat
son, O. P., A. L., J. W. and J.J. Yoder,
Albert Bigelow, Charlie Crocker, A. E.
Taylor, Rile Garret, Lee Fiah and Gil
O. P. Yoder has purchased a new
Ed Graves is hauling the lumber fur a
new bridge across Rock Creek
J. S. Yoder dressed seven hogs for
market this week. They were nine
months old and weighed 210 pounds
Miss Elsie Taylor has begun a two
months'term of teaching at Marquam.
George Perdue was around last week
soliciting volunteers to build .the new
fence around the Rock Creek cemetery.
April 10. Scribble
Ii 6eems as though our spring has con
cluded. io loiter by the wayside for
awhile, as the mountains are again cov
ered with snow.
Nearly everyone around here has fin
ished seeding, the earliest known for a
number of years.
John Bagby brought in 11 wildcat
scalps recently killed. He has not suc
ceeded in capturing any foxes, yet, but
thinks he will in the nfur future Cou
gars have been very scarce in ihe foot
hills this year, as the snowfall has not
been sufficient to drive the wild animals
out from high mountains, from whence
they rarely come unless lorced to do eo.
G. E HAYES
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Opposite Huntley's Book Store, TJp Stain
OREGON CITY, OREGON
Land Tltlei and Land
Olllc Bualaeu a Bpeolalty.
ROBERT A. MILLER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
.. Will practice In all the Court! of the 8tate an
he Bureaus of the Interior Department at Wash-
tgtom. hook s, uuuaii building,
OREGON CITY, OREGON.
VAN R. HYDE
Will practice In all the Courts of the State and
the V. 8. Land Office. Abstracts made. Land Tl-r
Ilea Quieted. Conveyances and all Legal Docu
ments drawn. Real Kstat3bnnght and sold. Divor
ces a Specialty. Office in Caufixld Buildino,
OREGON CITY, OREGON.
C. D. & D. C. LATOURETTE
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Commercial, Real Estate and Probate Law
Office In Commercial Bank Building
1REOON CITY - - OREQOH
Everyone is well in Beaver Creek as
far as we know except a few cases of la
grippe and rheumatism.
There was quite a severe irost here
last night, but we hope it has done no
damage. . ' '.
Gee whiz! But wasn t that union
county convention a"bird"? The blend
ing was perfect as the colors in the rain
bow. Mayor Laionrette makes a model
demo-pop chairman. The nominations
and resolutions are first-class, and the
imperialists in Olacktmas county can't
down them. Everv one of them Is a
man with a hoe. Where was U'Ken?
We saw a candidate for justice of the
peace tiding into town on a load of
wood this morning. It ought to have
been hay or wool. Judge, wood don't
count with we pops. Any one can sell
Miss Mabel Knight, our new school
teacher, was laid up with ulcerated tooth
tuaf u-oalr Mnrul TTa va If. nnllat
TKa lnat Anma nf th RPAHon was held
last Saturday night at the residence.of James Madole and lamiiy, who came
Mrs. Robt. Baty. A pleasant time was , 'rro 8oth Dakota last fall, returned to
reported by those attending. tllRt bleak clime list week. We wish
Our dentist, J. W.Thoinas, has opened , . . . .
an nffii.B hm-H Bt Mr. Perrv's hotel. Mr. A genuine eviction occurred m our
ThnmBH hns snent a number of vears at section a few days ago. From a repnb
the business and is thorough in the u iwuv ui view it anuiuer uiun-
same. He is the inventor and maker of
a dental bracket table.which is certainly
a piece of ingenious work and speaks
well for Mr. Thomas' inventive lacui-ties.
In, C. Biuwkiu l.V. CAMrBiii
QROWNELL & CAMPBELL
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
gage lifted. Prosperity, eh
If Mark Hannah doesn t get out to
Politics is boomina here. Judging
from the number of voters that attended
the populist and democratic conventions
the boasted republican gain in this pre
cinct that has been spoken of will fail to
materialize npon election day.
The telephone line from Molalla to
Oregon City is being boomed again.
About a year ago the company Bent an
agent were and offered to locate the line
provided the people would furnish the
poles from Molalla to Mulino. Some of
our c'tizens here out recently to see if a
sufficient number of cedar poles could be
obtained to supply the line as stated ; if
eo and the company is yet willing to do
as they once offered, we will soon have
the line in operation. A telephone line
here ould be a great convenience to us,
especially to our merchants.
Mr. Robbins will soon have his goods
sMpped to Oregon City instead of Can
by, which has Deen the shipping point
for this section for a number of years
past. In having his goods shipped to
Oregon City the freight rates will not
Portland soon with his barrel it will be
too late for the Oregonian to flop ii-
time to do any good.
Mrs. Covey has aboui recovered, and
is expected to return home this week
Mrs. Freeman has been quite ill but
is rapidly recovering. It seems lone
some in Barlow if Mrs. Freeman isn't
Arc guaranteed Lighter Draft than walking Plows
Doing same amount of work
Send for Circulars of
Case, Sulky, Gang and Walking Plows and Harrows
Best Drill in the World
There is some sickness in our burg,
but nothing serious
Miss Dollie Lemon is home again. We
are glad to see her smiling face among
us once more.
Mrs. Lemon is now weaving carpets,
ana she aoes very good worn.
Our teacher, Miss Holmstrora, began
her school Monday with a g od attend
Emerson suriaee met with an acci
dent last Friday. He was going after
the school inarm, and his horses ran
away, and made kindling wood out of
his wagon. He soon caught his horses
and trot another WAimn aih o-nt t.hp lariv
i.ri.i u.. .i in i,. . i.i..l. . ?, '
omy uo ibb uiit mere win uo uu iutip , Bl the Same,
cnargfs wtncn amoun'Bio quite a sum in
course of years.
Jacob Harle38' warehouse is progress
ing slowly on account of bad weather.
Vi . D. Adams and son are the carpen
ters. W. A. Shaver is preparing to drive
his cattle to his mountain range in a few
days. Major Hungate, John Shaver
and others have taken cattle to the
F. C. Perry is making some improve
ments on his place.
April 9. X.Y.Z.
Oregon City, Ora -
W. S. U'REN
ATTORNEY AT LAW, '
Jaggar Building, opposite Huntley's,
OREGON CITT - - OREGON
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OREGON CITY - OREGON
THOS. F. RYAN
Rotary Public and Real Estate Broker
taADIKe IKSUBANCI AGENCY OT CLACXIKU
Money to Loan. Abstract! of Title Made
Drawing of Legal Doounienta a Specialty
Office on east aide of Main utreet
Between 8th and 7th
OREGON CITY, ON
M. C. STRICKLAN D, r.l. D.
(Hoipltal and Private Experience.)
Sen hli profeiilonal serviced to the people of
Oreion CUT and vicinity. Special attention
paid to Ofttari b and Cbronto dlaeaae.
Best oi references ctven.
Office in Wlllami tte Building.
Office houra: 10 to 18 a. m., i to i p. m.
01IOON CITY ORKOOM
DR. L. L. PICKENS
Prices Moderate All OpcratlonsGnaranteed.
Miss Rena Palmaleer was the guest of
tne MiBses Florence and Agnes Davis
There was another taffy pulling at
Mrs. Conrad Krigbaum's Friday night.
The candy was made of red sugar this
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Irvin were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Holder' Sunday
Miss Ethel Jones attended the ball at
Eagle Creek last week.
DR. GEO. HOEYE,
Office In Caufleld BUdlng, Main Street
Bbiooi and Crown Wobk a Specialtt.
All work warranted and satisfaction
DR. J. H. MILLER,
Seventh Street, near S. P. Depot,
Dbeqos City, - . Obkqok
No 20-0-12 inch $9 so
No 40-0-13 inch 10 00
Shares, Landsides, Mould
boards, etc., wil fit Oliver No.20
X ome and see us when you come to Portland
Mitchell, Lewis L Staver Co,
Firt and Taylor Street,
Mr. and Mrs D.C. Eby spent last Sat
urday here with their parents. ,
Mrs. Hornschucli is dangerously ill
Olin Haynes went to Gray's Harbor
t'lis week to work in a logging camp.
Grandma Waldron, who has been
spending the w inter with Mrs. Walton,
will start to Missouri next Minuuy.
Mrs. Walhce, of Mulino, was the
guest of Mrs, Uillett Friday evening.
Mrs. A. L. Jones, of Mulino, spent
last Friday with Mrs. Cooper.
Bruce Darnall and father started to
Antelope Tuesday to gather up their
horsHS and bring them to their
Mrs. John Green's health is quite
poorly this week ou account of having a
number of teeth extracted.
Miss Georgia Grace went to Highland
Wednesday to spend a few days among
relatives and friends.
Will Gillette, of Belvidere, Kansas, ar
rived lare Wednesday to visit with his
J. W. Currin is having Mr. Rauch's
house papered this week, which will be
occupied by Mr. Henry Henrici and
There will be communion services at
the church next Sunday, Kev. Clapp of
Myrtle Lodge, Degree of Honor mem
bers expect to have a grand time Friday
evening. There are 25 applicants to
initiate. Mistletoe Lodge of Oswego will
be here and the grand recorder, Mrs. M.
E. Herrin, of Portland. Refreshments
will be served.
Sunshine ia pleasant after the
rain and enow
A very enjoyable surprise party was
given C. Krohn last Saturday night.
Mrs. J. Parrish is recovering.
George Stephens, of Beaver Creek,
Frank Welsh, of Oregon City, were vis
iting M. Gard and family Monday and
The people of Highland met fat the
graveyard and cleaned it up. Prepara-
tions are being made for a new fence.
The farmers have most of their seed
George Harringtou is making a visit
at ins home.
Teniae and Sonne May field have be
gun their schools.
Elvy Fellows is under the doctor'B
care in Oregon City
Sunday school is progressing nicely
Willi ill Kutuerlord as superinten
North is able to walk with
Jack Wallace, we are sorry to say, in
tends to leave us iu a few days. May
joy go wun JACK.
For Over Flftj Vean
As Old and Wkll-Trikd Rkmkdt.
Mrs. Winalow's Soothing Syrup kas
been nsed for over fifty years by millions
of mothers for their children while
teething, with perfect success. It
soothes the child, Boftens the gums,
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and is
the best remedy for Diarrhoea, ie
pleasant to the taste, Sold by Drug-
S"" " cvorjr pnrt 01 (ne world
iwenty-hve cenU a bottle. Its value is
ncaicuiaoie. re sure and ask for Mr.
Winslow's Soothing Syrup, and take no
DR. FRANCIS FREEMAN
Graduate of the Northwestern Unlvr
eity Dental School, also of American Col
lege of Dental Surgery, of Chicago.
with dr. WELCH.
Willameltt Block - OppotiU Pottoffiet
Oebqon Citt, Oubgon.
G. N. GREENMAN
(Established 1804 1
ran PIONEER EXFBE8SHAM AND
Parcel) Delivered to All Part ot tb City
OREGON CITY T . OBEQON
OF OREGON CITY
CAPITAL f 100, 000 .
Trannacti a General Banking Builncs
Loan made. Bllli discounted. Maksa oV
lectlona. Buri and aella exchange on all pqlntt
In the United States and Europe and on Hong
Ion 1. Deposits received aubjeel to check.
Bank open from 9 A M.toi P. M.
O.C. LA101KH1K, FEED I. MEYER,
J. C BRADLEY Prop.
Xoblitt Livery and Sale Stable
OREGON CITY, OREGON,
Oithi Street betwtn tat Bridge aid tit
Double and tlnflo rlga and aaddlt horaea a
aya oa hand at the loweit rates, and a oorra
ils eonnected with the barn tor looae ttocV.
iaj Information regarding- any kind of ee"
"omnU? attended to br letter or tenon.
E. I- SIAS
Watchmaker and Jeweler
CANBY . - OREGON