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OREGON CITY COURIER-HERALD, FRIDAY, MAY IT, 1901' . . !
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WAGONS, BUGGIES, PLOWS, HARROWS, ETC.
paper mills. Mr. Medka and family
will reside at Bolton. , -
George T. McArthur, who recently
closed a term of school at Mount Pleas
ant, will leave next week, accompanied
by his family for Woods, Tillamook
county, where they will spend the sum
mer. Bert McArthur and family are al
ready at Woods.
The James Brothers, who recently
purchased the Young place on Milk
creek, were in town Friday after more
freight supplies, brought from Ne
braska. David Robinson accompanied
them to town, and left in the afternoon
for visit to his son, who lives down the
E. G. Noyer and wife, of Pomeroy,
Wash., have been visiting old time
friends in this county for the past three
weeks. The Noyers came here in 1855,
and after living in Clackamas county for
23 years they removed to Washington,
where they have since resided. They
lived in Damascus precinct for eight
Shirlev Buck, who is now principal of
, the Needy school, was in town Saturday,
and reported that arrangments were be
ing made to haye appropriate memorial
services there on Decoration day. : Col
one) Robert A. Miller will be the ora
tor of the day. The cemetery here is
one of the historic burying places in
Clackamas county, many prominent pi
oneers and war veterans being buried
there. The cemetery was laid out in
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Charles Clark, a well known Olacka
mas Station farmer, was in the city
D. 0. Boyles, of Molalla, was in Ore
gon City Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Dodge, of Liberal,
were in town Saturday.
A. Stormer and familv. of Viola, were
visitors in the city Friday.
James Boos, of Milk Creek, was a vis
itor in Oregon City Saturday.
H. W. Shaw, of Union Mills, was in
Oregon City during the week.
R. L. Russell is very ill with typhoid"
lever at his home at Parkplace.
Chris Moehnke, a well known farmer
of Bhubel, was in town Monday. f
James Phelan, a well kuown citizen of
Sandy, was in Oregon City Tuesday.
William Jones and Henry Shannon,
of Beaver Creek, were in town Monday.
County Clerk E. H. Cooper and fam
ily have moved into the Oiouse house.
Mr. and Mrs. Cicero M. Larkins, of
Clarkes, were visitors in town Tuesday.
Miss Laura Burnett, of Portland, was
visiting Mrs. Herbert Poppleton Sun
day. Mayor and Mrs. G. B. Dimick vis
ited his parents at Hubbard over Sun
day. Mrs. T. B. Huntley, of Independence,
is visiting her daughter, MrB, Herbert
Richard Wright, of Woodburnl a for
mer resident of Molalla, was in town
Fred Yohann, Lawrence Bair and
John Eckert, of Macksburg, were in
Marsh Riley and August Asmus are
again employed in the Noblitt stables
under the new management.
Ed J. Hammond was in from Molalla
Monday, having recovered from his re
cent illness of six week's duration.
W. H. Andrus, of Portland, was vis
iting his daughter, Mrs. O. W. East
ham, for several days during the past
Mrs. G. R. H. Miller has been very
ill for a couple of weeks past with mala
rial fever, but her condition is a little
August Staehley and D. C. Leland, of
New Era precinct, were in the city Fri
day. They report crops looking well in
Mrs. Dr. Stuart and child, of Wood
burn, who were visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. I. Farr, returned home
C. S. SiMekeiser, of Wilsonville, was
in town Monday, and reports that grain,
hops and fruit give promise of good yield
in that thrifty section.
Mrs. Lena Wicks left Sunday morn
ing for Eugene to visit her parents for
a few days before leaving for her now
home in San Francisco.
J. F. Bowman, of Molalla who re
cently underwent an operation in a Port
land hospital, was in town for several
days during the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Harrington were
visiting relrt'ves in Oregon City for a
conple of days, and returned to their
home at Highland Saturday.
Miss JesBie Talbert, of Oregon City,
is teaching school at the Lone Rock
school houoft, states the Glide corres
pondence of the RaBeburg Review.
William Gerhauser writes from Fair
field, Spokane county, Wash., to change
the address of his paper to that place
from Houlton, St. Croix county, Wis.
W. T. Henderson, postmaster at El
wood, was in the city Saturday. He re
ported that extensive improvements to
the school grounds were under contem
plation. H. L. Patterson, who is a deputy war
den at the penitentiary, was here for a
couple of days during tbe week, taking
a short recreation, tie was accompan
ied by Mrs. Patterson.
Mies Cressie Denholm, of Bandon,
has gone to Oregon City, where she will
Visit her s grandmother. t She passed
through this place en route laBt Wed
nesday. Ooquille City Herald.
Representative J. A. Talbert. of
Clackamas, and nephew, Mr. Davis, a
cattleman from Colorado, visited the
former's daughter, Miss Talbert, Satur
day. Woodburn Independent.
P. Leichtweis, of Molalls, was in the
city Saturday visiting Mrs. Leichtweis,
who is still at the home of Mrs. Wilcox
in this city. She has not recovered from
the effects of a critical operation.
Myron Babler was in the city Satur
dav and expects to go to Alaska soon in
the interest of the cannery combine. He
accompanied Gus Fisher and family to
Logan, where he will visit at home for a
W. G. Beattie. of this city, a member
of the 1901 graduating class at the state
university. Eugene, was one of tbe high
six selected at the senior oratorical try
out to contest for the Failing and Beek-
William Sprague was in from Red-
land Friday to meet bis brother, t. w.
Sprague and family, who had just ar
rived from California. The latter hns
been employed in a coal mine for the
past year or more.
W. F. Young, who has been teaching
the Howell school in Marion county ior
the past two years, has purchased a
place near Twilight hall, Mount Pleas-
Ant. He and Mrs. Young will occupy
this place as their home .
Hon. Jacob E Marks, son of the
founder of Mark's Prairie, has left foi
Eastern Oregon. He will look around
Pendleton and Baker City some time,
but intends to locate in Canyon City for
the practice of law. Aurora Borealis.
William Wright and family removed
from the Oharman house on the bluff
this week to Willamette Falls, where
they are occupying the Dehon house.
It is understood that C. W. Pope will
move into the vacated house on the
Theodore Medka, who recently ar
rived from Illinois, accompanied by i.ia
stepdaughter, Mihs Risdon to join Mrs.
Medka. who had preceded him a few
weeks, has secured his old place in the
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS.
A number of local people went to The
Dalles on the sachem's excursion Sun
day. Born at Parkplace, Saturday May
11th, to G. H. Oldenburg and wife, a
Born, in Oregon City, Monday, May
11th, to Herman Logus and wife, a
E. J. Maple, of Parkplace, is building
a neat six-room cottage on his lot at
Willamette Falls, which will be for
Cut rates caused crowds of people
from Portland to visit Oregon City last
Sunday, the cars and boats being fairly
Hon. B. B. Beekmati has accepted
the invitation to deliver the address at
the commencement exercises of the Ore
gon City high school. ,
W. I. Rowan, who carries on the bus
iness of the Oregon, City Iroo Works,
has been awarded tbe contract to build
50 nop stoves for a Salem firm.
Dr. M. C. Strickland has purchased a
new patent pneumatic tire buggy the
first of the kind brought to the city. It
is remarkably comfortable as a riding
Frederick Peter was granted his final
citizenship papers Monday upon taking
the proper oath of allegiance before the
county judge. His witnesses were Pe
ter JNehren and (Jbris tUrtman.
J. L. Prodger, of Alexandria, Minn.,
is visiting his brother, C. T. Prodger on
the West Side. It is his intention to lo
cate somewhere in the valley. His fam
ily are still in Minnesota, but expect to
join him later. .
The Josi dairy proprietors have com
pleted the erection of a large barn on
the west side property leased from the
Portland General Electrio Company.
There is some excellent pasrure ground
on the premises. W. F. Harris, of
Beaver Creek, furnished the lumber for
the new cow barn, 35,000 feet being
used. .' K
The other day while working on the
Broughton dwelling, now owned by the
Bank of Oregon City, ti.R. H. Miller,
had a fortunate escape in an accident
that for a moment presented visions of
instant death. He was at work on the
roof of the structure when he acciden
tally slipped and fell, but was fortu
dately caught on a scaffolding only six
One of the greatest events of the an
nual assembly of the Willamette Val
ley Chautauqua Association at Glad
stone park July 3-13, will be the Fourth
of July celebration. An elaborate pro
gram will be presented, 'a balloon as
censiop, fireworks iu the evening, etc.
General Thomas J. Morgan, of New
York, who was superintendent of Indian
affairs under President Harrison, will be
the orator of the day. His topic will be
"The Building of a Nation." General
Morgan, also will give another platform
lecture before the Chautauqua, either
the day preceding or following that of
County Superintendent Zinser an
nouuces that the examination of eighth
grade pupils will begin on Thursday,
May 23rd. Julius Paulsen, of George;
L. P. Burns, of Union Hall, and J. P.
Woodle, of district No. 50, all school of-
We show a line of - surpassing worth
and attractivenes in Sailor and Russian
Blouse Suits of duck, galatea and Ox
ford, several different kinds and qualities
in the newest colorings and designs
Boys' Straw Hats, 50c to $3
Boys' Negligee Shirts, 50c to $J50
"Iron Clad" Hose, 25c a pair
Boys' Balbriggan Underwear, 50c
Largest Clothiers in the Northwest
Fourth and Morrison, cor. entrance
cers, were visitors at the county super
intendent's office Monday. Several
school districts have already made con
tracts with teachers ior tbe fall terms.
0. E. Mohler will continue at the Sun-
nyBide school at $50 per month, and
Miss Anna Thompson has contracted to
teach the Frog Pond school. Miss Delia
Withey, of Portland, is teacbing tbe
Boring school. Wright's district No. 5
and Needy No. 91 want teachers at
once, there win Da no meeting or me
Clackamas County Teachers Associa
tion in May, but a joint meeting will be
held with the Multnomah Association
at Willsburg on Jane 8th.
A private letter received by Sheriff
Cooke last Friday, brought the news of
the death of Captain M E. Willougbby,
which occurred at Monterey, Calif.,
May 4th. He left here a few months
ago to reside with his daughter, Mrs.
HattieDay at Monterey on account of
poor health. The deceased was a native
of Ohio, and 65 years old. He com
manded a company in the 121st Ohio
Infantry during the Civil war, and was a
prominent member of Meade Post here.
Captain Willoughbv was well known
here, also in Portland, where he was in
business for several years. In 1875 be
married Miss M. E Cooke, a daughter
of W. W. Cooke, a Clackamas oounty
pioneer of 1852, tbe former dying about
10 years ago. He left three children,
Mrs. HattieDav and Alfred Wllloughby,
of Monterey, Calif., and Edward, of Or
C. W. Swallow, the well known Ma
ple Lane fruit grower, hands in the fol
lowing: "At a meeting of tbe North
ner was working, bad engaged sever
attorneys at their own expense. Mr
Brownell then returned Mr. Bruner
the retaining fee and withdrew front the
When you visit Portland don't fail to
get your meals at the Royal Restaurant,
First and Madison. They serve an ex-
west Fruit Growers Association, a com
mittee representing fruit growers, buy.
ers, shippers and box-makers, was ap
pointed to adopt a uniform size ol ap
ple packages. The following was
adopted, inside measurement: Eigh
teen inobes long, 11 inches wide, 13
1-2 inches deep. This size contains 120
cubic inches more thin the stand ar d cellent meal at a moderate price ; a good
Dusnei. ret many use ana seem to , square meal, loo.
want boxes that will hold a bushel and
a-half or more. Why cannut this size
be used here in Oregon City by the fruit
giowers and farmers, as well as store
men and fruit buyers? Then they can
be exchanged or emptied, and all would
know what is meant by a 'Box of Ap
ples." " (dr.. Swallow, who is an ex
tensive strawberry grower, says that the,
crop promises to be good. Other fruited
also haxe theappearance of a good yield.
W. W. H. Samson, and P. A. Graves,
of Marquam, left Friday night for l'rine
villr, having -been summonod to appear
as witnesses for the defense in the trial
of D, L. Bruner for killing Thomas
O'Reilly at Muddy creek in the north
end of Crook county on April 4th.
Messrs. Samson and Graves shipped
their saddle horses to The Dalles, in
tending to make the trip on horseback
from there to l'rinevillo. Frank Bru
ner, of Liberal, father of D. L. Bruner,
and W. A. Woodside left two or three
days earlier lor rrinevilie. As soon as
the news was received of the tragedy
frank Bruner engaged Senator lirown
ell for the defense, borrowing the money
to defray the expense. Subsequently it
was learned that the 1'nneville Land
& Livestock Company, for whom Bru
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