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COURIER ESTABLISHED MAY, 1883
HERALD ESTABLISHED JULY, 1893
INDEPENDENT ESTABLISHED 1898
OREGON CITY, OREGON, FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1901
19th YEAR, NO. 8
CUILDRENS' DA EXERCISES
182 Madison St., West end of Bridge, Portland, Oregon
Aultman & Taylor's
Celebrated Threshing Machinery
Steam and Gas Engines,
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Grebe, Harder & Co.
182, 184, 186 Madison Street, West End of Bridge,
Intere. ting Programs and Profuse
Dlsylays of Flowers.
During the past two Sundays Child
ren's Day exercises have been held in
the maiority of the churches. The floral
display in the Congregational church ;
last Sunday evening was elaborate, ana
the tatty arrangements of many varie
ties would have done credit to a rose
show. The program consisted of an or
gan voluntary by Miss Echo Samson ;
there were songs by the little children :
"Children a Day." by Miss Samson's
class ; a duet, "Happy HourB," Lena
Gadke and Amy Thomas ; a recitation,
Choosing a Guide." Waldo Cenneld;
recitation, "The Children's Fart, tuna
Kidd j recitation, "reriect Men," Air.
Freytag's class ; "The Shepherd, Emerus
Thomas; recitation, "Faith, Hope and
Charity,"," Gladys and Edith Hamil
ton and Louise Huntley: song, "Beauti
ful Flowers," Lucille and Veda Bacon
and Alila Hart ; recitations and songs,
"Garlands of Gladness," represented by
18 girls, who went through graceful evo
!utions with wreaths of flowers ; song,
"Swing Song," Mary Ross and Anna
and Maude Woodward ; recitations and
soncs. "Garlanding the Cross." Mrs.
Thomas' class; a solo, "The Holy City,"
was sung with excellent effect by Mrs.
Hinman; song, "Little Hands are
Knocking at the Door," Veva Hart,
Louise Huntley and Minnie Schatz. Su
perintendent C. H. Dye presided.
AT THB BAPTIST CHUKCH.
Fully 350 people were present at the
Baptist church one week ago last Sun
day evening at the children s exercises,
which were unusually interesting.
Floral decorations were in artistic evi
dence. After the invocation the re
sponse was sung br the school. Mica
B. Peters recited "A Legend of the
Northland ;" F. Welch recited "Sum
mer;" recitation, "Suppose," by Miss
E. McCombt exercise, "A Nosegay," by
Miss M.Cooke, assisttd by six young
ladies ; exercise, "Children's Day," by
12 young ladies; "The Missinary Work
of the Baptist Publication Society," by
the pastor. The recitations and choruseB
were interspersed with choruses, in
which the children had been excellently
After repeated efforts it was found
impossible to get the programs at other
W. C. elLMAN
Agricultural Implements and Vehicles
210-214 FRONT STREET, PORTLAND, OREGON.
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS AND VEHICLES I .XffiAM
Ihve new applications. In connection
with ihe Degree of Honor a joint instal
lation of officers will be held early in
July, and a program and refreshments
will be attendant features. -
Willamette Falls Camp, Woodmen of
thd World, are negotiating for the lease
of the upper part of the building to be
erected by Stevens and Howell The
proposed new hall will be 50x52 feet,
divided into a banquet 20x30 feet. Fold-
ng doors will connect tue banquet and I
lodge rooms. Convenient lockers,
closets and a kitcneu will be added .
The plan is to have the upper part of the
building constructed especially for a
model lodge hall.
Tualatin Tent, of the Order of Macca
bees, is making special efforts in the
matter of a iourth ol July celebration
at Wright's Springs.
Next Thursday evening the Artisans
will will bave a soc.able and entertain
ment, the losing side in the member
ship contest, giving the supper.
A delegation from Myrtle Lodge, De
gree of Honor, risked the Oswego lodge
Tuesday night, and report having met
witn a very pleasant reception.
The Woodmen of the World will bave
a grand convention in Portland un Au
gust 8th. C. N. Haines, of Oswego, and
D.Taylor, of Oregon City, are on the
committee of arrangements.
Remember we have the finest stock of the best makes to be found
in Portland, including Farm and Spring Wagons, Buggies, Carriages
and Carts, Mowers, Rakers, Tedders and Hay Tools, Hay Presses,
Grain Drills, Plows, Cultivators, Disc and Spring Tooth Harrows,
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Analyzing His Affection.
The young lovers sat beside the water
fall. The rapids and the near-by whirl
pool had a strange attraction for the ro
mantic young girl, tine bad beard the
story of the unhappy Indian maiden
and the young brave who had gone to
their doom, clasped in eich other's arms,
to the slow music of the 8wan Song.
That seemed very beautiful to her.
'Jack," said she, i if you saw me
struggling in the water near the edge
otttie lalis, would you lump in alttr
'What would be the use, my dear.
when I can't swim" he answered.
"ButatleaBt we should perish to
gether," she replied, bravelyi
" ies, there would be no doubt of
that," he returned, shuddering at the
sound of the cruel waters.
"But haven't you often sa'd you
would die for me?" she asked, piqued at
"No my dear," replied her practical
lover. "If you'll remember, I've always
told you that I had an undying love for
J. J. Cdnnell
In July Smart Set.
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If you want to buy a good second-hand
bicycle for little money, go to Huntley's
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Everyone carefully overhauled and re
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We carry the largest ftock of Caskets
Ccffins, Robes and Lining in Clackamas
W e are the only undertakers in th
county owning a hearse, which we fur
nish for less than can ba bad elsewhere.
We are under small expense and do
not ask large profits.
Calls promptly attended night or day.
K. L. HOLMAN, Undertaker
Phones 476 and 303. Two Doors South of Court House.
Saved Two From Death.
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