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OREGON CITY COURIER-HERALD, FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1901
CLACKAMAS COUNTY NEWS
(Arrived too late for last issue.)
Ice cream weather has been with us
(or the past few days Today the ther
mometer ranged close around 00 de
grees in the shade.
Yoder, Schwartz & Co. have sold their
old threshing engine to Mr. Johnston,
J. R. Watson, after a week's visit, has
returned to Polk county, where he has
secured work during the summer.
L. H. Yoder is attending the com
mencement exercises of Pacific Univer
sity at Forest Grove this week.
Peter Ridings and wife spent Sund ay
nt the home of the hitter's parents.
Mrs. Kate Sconce and Mrs. Etta Yo
der were visiting relatives in Silverton
last Saturday and Sunday .
Charles Crocker and Ernest Sconce
are expected home from the coast this
Mr. Williams is cutting brush (or A.
J. Yoder. That's right, let the good
(Arrived too late for last issue.)
' A large number of people from here
attended the ice cream social at Monitor
lastSaturday . Thehall was overcrowded
so much so us to cause considerable dis
comfort, seats being available only for
about two-thirds of those present. It
was a pity tho ladies did not at once go
forward to the platform and take seats
as they were afterwards told to do it as
it then made the bare place a "thing of
beauty" The program was good, what
there was of it, and it s a pity that bet
ter order would not have been kept dur
ing the singing, as men and boy, who
sat near the door being rude enough to
talk both loudly and coarsely. Such per
sons should keep away next time if they
are not prepared to listen, and only go
in when the ice cream is ready to be
served, and then their mouths would not
then be open all the time.
Mrs, Ben Stanton is staying with her
sister, Mrs. G. Owings. Her little son,
Mervin, is with her, and he is sick with
the nit sales.
William Owings has been sick for
Eome time, but is now better.
Bud Kent is able to be around again.
His mother and sister-in-law were visit
ing at Charlie Owing's home last Friday.
The closing exercisws at the school
house were very good considering that
so many of the pupils had been kept ft
home to work. There is general regrot
that Miss Evans, the teacher, will return
no more, she having accepted a school in
Misses Mary Belle Meldrum and
Louiee Walker were visitors at the home
of Nellie Todd for several days last week
and we have no doubt they enjoyed
themselves immensely. They returned
to Oregon City Monday.
James Cochran has been visiting his
parents, lie built a new porch on their
Great reduction on all trimmed hats
at Miss Goldsmith.
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Send your name and address
GREATEST OTf EAHTia
More Draw-Cuts sold in Portland last
year than of all other makes combined.
It's the Mower you want.
First and Taylor
0 . E. Surfus, rl Maple Lane, m ade a
short visit to Mountain Home to ar
range his farming intereets.
Mrs. A. S. Henderson has gone to
Philomath .to visit friends and attend
the closing exercises of the college.
Mrs. Turner and daughter are mak
ing a week's visit with friends in Port
land. Christ Bittner has finished his 60,000
spool contract for a California paper
Mrs. G. E. Dibble .is at Oregon City
Miss Delia Henderson has been home
from Clarkes for a few days. .
June 21. L. R,
Summer has appeared at last and
haymaking has begun.
Henry Mils finished hauling bay Sat
urday. Clyde Baker, of Wilsonville, visited
relatives here Sunday.
Ira Bonney made a trip to Portland
Mrs. Flora Hutchinson, of Eastern
Oregon, is visiting her brother, T. L.
Several persons from this place went
to Canby Tuesday to get strawberries.
June 25. Rose Bud.
A beautiful line of baby bonnets and
hats, ail reduced, at Miss Goldsmith.
April showers and plenty of grass are
the order of the day.
Crops of all kinds look well, and are
promising a bountiful yield.
The milkman is still on the war path
with your former correspondent. Don't
run your motion too high humpy, or
your balance wheel is apt to fly off the
Mrs-. J. Smith is improving the ap
pearance of her place by haying several
partition fences across her field.
Mr. Walsh is erecting a large barn on
the place he recently purchased from
Grandpa Klar bad the misfortune to
lose a finger and severely injuring his
thumb by the sudden explosion of a
gopher gun. Dr. Dedman was sum
moned and dressed the wound.
Mrs. J. Moshberger visited relatives
in Oregon City a few days last week.
A large quantity of clover hay is out
in the fields, and some of it is already
It is rumored that J. Moshberger has
sold his places. The names of the pur
chasers are unknown.
A party was given at the home of Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Kabourtk Saturday eve
ning, which proved to be a most enjoy
A party was given at he residence of
Mr. and Mrs. H. Grimm Saturday eve
ning, the occasion being in honor of
the marriage of their daughter, Rose, to
Professor Ginther, of Shubel.
June 26. Noah.
Lewis k Staver Co.
The beautiful haying weather of last
week is now a thing of the past, and
the gentle June rain is again with us.
If this moist weather continues the
hop lice and the grain aphie will soon
make their appearance.
Leonard Wyland is home from Sil-
verton having finished his work there
la t week.
Charlie Crocker and Ernest Sconce re
turned from the coast lust Saturday,
They report the roads over the moun
tains to be rough and muddy.
Miss Bertha Yoler, a graduate of the
Tualatin Academy of Forest Grove, is at
home, where sue will spend her sum
mer vacation. - j
Joseph Schwartz and L. D. Yoder
hsve their barns nearly ready to raise.
They will aLo build silos in connection
with the barns.
Riley Garrett and sister were the
guests of Nannie Schwartz last Sunday.
The ice cream social given by the
ladies of the iSmyrna church was a suc
cess both socially and financially. The
proce t ds amounted to $ VI.
D. B. Yoder and family, of Needy,
were the guests of W. il. Yoder arid
family last Sunday.
Farmers are feeling blue as the rain,
is ruining the hay that is out.
R. Zimmerman is putting up a large
barn on his farm. J R Abbott is boss
We have just learned that Mose
Spicer is dead. ,
A large quantity of clover has been
planted, but some has been Baved.
The Misses Wiegand were visiting
Mrs. Hagey Sund'iy.
Ye scribe called on Frank May at
The hop yards are looking fine in this
vicinity, and a large crop is expected.
George Oglesby was visiting his
brother near Silverton one day last
The Woodmen of the World will give
an ice cream social at Needy in the near
Hon. Henry Q. Bents was calling on
friends at Needy Sunday.
Herbert Ramsdall has gone to Ante
lope, where be will visit relatives and
will take in Eastern Oregon during the
summer. He will return in the fall.
The ramp meeting season is here and
we may look tor showers of rain.
The Canby cam pmeeting will soon be
in full blast, and you can hear the Gos
pel preached if you pay for it.
The Modern Woodmen of America,
Damascus Camp No. 7533, are busy
preparing for the grand celebration to
be given on the Fourth of July , which will
be given in Kimberly's park. The pa
rade will start from the postoffice at
10:30 a. m.and march east one-half mile
then south to the park. The program
will be as follows:
Selection, Park Place band.
Song, "Star Spangled Banner,"Choir.
Beading of Declaration of Indepen
dence, Mrs. William Buchman.
Oration, Senator G. C. Brownell.
Address, Hon. J. H. Mitchell, United
States senator. ,
Grand cake walk .
Bicycle race, sack race, three-legged
race, egg race, fat man's race, ladips'
race, horee race.
Dancing at night.
Committee on program, A. W. Cooke,
R. C. Heiser.
Committee on grounds, William
Buchman, J. Bates and others.
Union school closed Friday, June 29.
A good program will be rendered.
Married, Friday, June 21, Miss La
vina Steel to Mr. Wwlter Heiser. We
wish them success and muchhappiness.
. H. fti'zan is building a new barn.
F. Buchman, of Portland, is staying
on his farm for awhile. He intends to
build a new barn
We are pleased to hear that the Eagle
Creek people are coming to our Fourth
of July celebration. I am sure they 11
not reyn t it.
June 25 Correspondent.
Great clearance sal e. Miss Goldsmith.
Haying hai commenced in Colton in
spite of the rain, but the greater part of
the people do not intend cutting until af
ter the Fourth.
Miss Mamie Adams closed a success
ful term of school here last FriJay .
Emery Gottberg, . who bus been in
Washington fur several weeks, returned
home lasl Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Gorbett and grand
daughter, Edith Buckner, attended the
camDineeting at Wright's Springs last
Lew' Hubbard made a round trip to
Oregon City last Saturday.
Mr. Cutting, of Portland, was in our
midst la st Saturday and Sunday.
Miss Nellie Gottberg, of Portland, is
expected home soon.
Two of Mr. Oarisoa's children are on
the sick list
Everything In the Millinery line at a
great reduction. Miss Goldsmith.
MissOalla Hornshuh leaves this week
for California or Idaho to join the Salva
David uoehnke is home for a short
visit. He thinks he will stay until af
Mr. and Mrs. Cooper and Miss Lizzie
Wolf, of Portland, came out on their
wheels Sunday and spent the day with
Mr. and Mrs John Wolf,
The question of the day is, "Where
are you going to spend ihe Fourth?"
M. V. Hill went to Eugene last Satur
day, where he will spend a week or two.
The Lutheran church will observe
Children's day Wednesday in Moehnke's
W. D. Hill is building a new barn.
K. Stuedeman is budding a number
of hoard fences.
A picnic will be given in M. Moehnke's
grove on the Fourth of July. Good
speakers will be present, and good music
for dancing furnished. There will be
races of various kinns, a large merry-go-round
for old and young. Come one
and all, and and enjoy yourselves at
June 24. Genevra.
Flowers, ribbons, fancy chiffrons at a
great sacrifice. Miss Goldsmith.
The few days of nice weather had
commenced and looked like summer,
but it has begun raining again.
Some hay has been cut in this part of
The Holniau place is being improved
by a new fence being bu It and the
C. Bonacher raised his barn last
Quite a number of the Meadowbrook
people attended the campmeeting at
A. L. Larkins was in town Friday.
There will be a basket meeting at the
school house the second Sunday in July
The wild animals must be plentiful in
this neighborhood by the noise of the
Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Trullinger re
turned last week from the conference.
A car load of milk
crocks just received and
will sell at 8c per gal
lon. W. L.. Block,
Aden's measlos patients are able to be
up and around again.
Herbert Turner and Lizzie Shooner
were married at Tigardville Monday. A
numlierofthe boys of our burg sere
naded them in the evening.
Uaus Peters went to Portland Sunday
to see his friend, Charles Boherg, who is
Miss Lydia Aden was vialting in the
metropolis last week.
Meesrs. Henry Aden and Charles Tur
ner attended the picnic at Koae's park
Sunday, They report having had a grand
Juke Peters was Been going through
our burg Sunday un his way to Stafford.
Free' Kouleinier has returned Worn
the loiigiug camp, and expect i to stay
until alter the Fuurth.
Itoad Supervisor Aden is making
some good- gravel load, which will be
a road a long time in the future.
Mr. and Mrs. T, L. Turner were vis
iting at Woodburn Saturday and Sun
day Mis Aura Tompson, who has been at
tending school at Monmouth, returned
I he late Chailt-s Boherg, who died of
typhoid fever at Portland Monday, will
be burird in Frog Pond cemetery Wed
nesday. The funeral will be largely at
tended. Meters. John and Otto Peters went on
the excursion to Seaside Sunday and eu
joytd a cold bath in ilie Pacific.
'1 he graiu crop looks promising for a
K. W. Oldenstadt, of Stafford, is get
ting his famous race horse, Alameda,
ready for the races.
The long-maned horse of Wilsonville
was seen in Frog Pond Suuday.
Gerd Peters and Adolph Koelemier
witnt-tsed the baseball game at Willam
ette Kails Sunday.
Fred Elhuson is painting the residence
oft;. T. Tooca.
( liHiles Tompson is making a kiln of
brick. His sonsare acting as off bear-
June 20. Goo Goo Eyes.
"Mr hair was falling out and
turning gray very fast. But your
Hair Vigor stopped the falling and
restored trie natural color." mrs.
E. Z. Benomme, Cohoes, N. Y.
It's impossible for you
not to look old, with the
color of seventy years in
your hair ! Perhaps you
are seventy, and you like
your gray hair! . If not,
use Ayer's Hair Vigor.
In less than a month your
gray hair will have all the
dark, rich color of youth.
$1.00 i bottle. All drujrliti. '
If your drupRist cannot supply you,
send us one dollar and we will express
you a bottle. He sure andj;ie the name
OI your nearest iress uiiire. Auurciw,
J. C. AVER CO., Lowell, Mass.
The people that h ive hay down would
like to see some Bunt-hine.
Uur school closed last Friday with
appropriate exercises. A good progiam
was well rendered by the pupils. Lucy
and Edna Cochran, of Seedy, were pres
ent and brought the house down with a
Mr. and Mrs Cochran, of Needy,were
visiting friends here Sunday. They also
Our campmeeting closed Sun lay night
with a good attendance. , Bev. Weitz, o
California, stated that it waB his first
visit to Oregon, and that he never saw
a more quiet or ordeily crowd at any
meeting. This speaks well for this
place as a free thought people.
Floyd Vaughan was in this place Sun
day shaking hands with his many
Lizzie Coates, of Portland, was here
on a business irip the latter part of last
week. She returned home Monday.
Bruce Damall was visiting friends in
this place Monday. His health is
much improved Me are glad to say.
Mr. and Mrs. S Wright and son made
a tr p to Oregon Gity last Saturday. .
Clover hay needs cutting, but the
weather will not permit.
H. L. Barnes has a six-acre field of
corn that grows alotis. It is Webfoot
corn, and it grows without sunshine.
June 25. Sylvia.
Grand Millinery Sale begins today at
Barn raising seems to be the order of
the day in this burg. The people are
preparing fur a hard winter;
John Ferguson raised his new barn
News is scarce in this burg at present,
but of cour.se we are looking for good
times sooner or later.
One of the young men of Molalla has
an attraction at Beaver Lake school, and
the boys are sure something is going to
happen in the near future.
The weather for the past week has
been exceptionally fine, and the people
of this place have been making good use
of it, but the rain is with us again and I
guess it will stay with us.
A. L. Groshong, who raised his new
barn on June Sth, was well attended. A
good time was enjoyed by all, and a de
licious lunch was served to 21 men,
which was fit for a king. During the
afternoon some excellent instrumental
music was rendered, after which they all
departed for their homes.
John Groshong made a flying trip to
Jefferson last week, and he reports a fine
prospect for good crops this year.
Wallace Albright raised his new barn
Wednesday. It will be 40x40 feet and
posts 24 feet high, and adds much to the
appeal ance of bit farm.
Denver Milstead made a business trip
to Oregon City last week. .
A. L. Wvland, of Rock Creek, made
a flying trip to Marquam last Suuday.
Get your bells ready, boys.
School will close at Beaver Lake June
28th The teacher and pupils are pre
paring an appropriate program to be
rendered in tne afternoon of the last
Mr. Sandstrom and wife, of Rock
Creek, called on Mr and Mrs. Haun
B. Wade went to Turner last week on
his fine ridinit hor-e.
Mr. and Mrs. Slaughter were in this
burg last Sunday visiting their daugh
ter, who lives on Rock Creek.
A. V. Davis, of Marquam, passed
through this place laBt week.
Henry Thomas, of Beaver Lake, has
purchased a band of goat-t.
Mr and Mrs. Thomas are on the Bick
lii-t, but they are slowly improving.
The time will soon be here for the
coming of the soldiers, as they will be
here on the 6, 7 and 8th of July, and all
indications are for a good time. Every
body should come early ami see the pa
rade. F. W. McLaren has not spared
any pains to make this an enjoyable af
fair. Uur road boss, Mr. Boyles, has had a
crew of men for the, past two weeks
working on the roads in and near this
vicinity. Let the good work go on.
June 24. Newsbov.
Come early and get a bargain. Miss
Your correspondent has again turned
up and will try to give you some items.
Mumpower & Hess have been busv
the latter part of last week cutting sil
age for the Logan dairymen. Quite a
number of silos have been bull! this year
and if they prove to be allright there
will be a good many more next spring.
J. J. Hatton is doing some slashing in
Mr. Hatton's litt'e boy is slowly im
proving from his illness.
Luttier Mumpower is able to be out
again after a siege of the mumps.
Charlie Hattan and Roy Sprague are
slashing, and they commence early in
the morning and work late in the eve
ning so as to get through before the
It is reported that the Stone Cream
ery Association will commence building
We have had a few showers of late' .
Some cut worms have been foand in
We nearly forgot to mention that
Mrs. S. E. Mumpower made 14 cents
picking peas last week.
J. J. Hattan is the hap py father of a
Sol Wheeler and wife were visiting
relatives near Sandy last week.
Miss Mable Cox and a lady friend,
whose name we did not learn, were vis
iting Mrs. George Hess last Sunday,
Hats! Stylish 1 Reasonable 1 Mrs.H.T
Mr. Wilcox, of Iowa, has been visit
ing his brother, F. F. Wilcox, for the
past week. He leaves for his home to
day. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Murdock were
down from Macksburg last week.
Mrs. Kimball visited relations at
Claude Stoue lu's gone to Portland to
Mrs. Irvin visited at Mrs. Hicin
bothera's 1 ist week.
Will and CharleB Hicinbolhem have
gone to Orient to work.
Bert Hart is expected home the latter
part of this week.
D. C. Richardson is papering and
painting several persons' houses in Lo
gan. Miss Sandstone, of Portland, will close
a successful term of school next Tuesday
with a literary program in district No,
E. Morgan and family were visiting at
F. Spraaue's home a few days ago.
James Fullam is niuln t oi;.s u tV't
land at $1.30 per hundred.
Gus Fisher and bride were the guests
of F. Sprague a few days ago.
An error in the last items about clover
being planted, and. should have been
Some hay is out and is getting wet.
June 25. L. F.
Ctiarles Boberg, a young man of Wil
sonville, died in Portland Monday. His
body was brought home Tuesday, and
the funeral will take place Wednesday
and the remains interred in the ceme
tery belonging to the German Reformed
church, near Stafford. Key. Leisman
vill preach the sermon, and the A.O.
U.W. lodge, of Wilsonville, and of which
Mr. Boberg was a member, will conduct
the funeral ceremony.
The people of this burg are ' consider
ably agitated over the smallpox that is
prevailing at Pleasant Hill, about three
miles from here. As far ' as we have
learned there is only one case so far and
that ia of mild form.
Albert Freiderich is the proud pos
sessor of a new bicycle. Miss Bertha
rides on it too.
George Ely is. having a new barn
built. Messrs. F. A. Ely and Frcst are
doing the work.
Mr, Kays and wife have moved into
their new house,
JohnGillett, H. B. Nickels and O.
Dickerson started Wednesday to try
their fortunes in the mountains.
George Stafford and W. G. Btuttie
have returned home for their summer
Grandma Noyer is visiting Mrs. Mol-
loy this week,
June 27. Sauna.
Miss Lillian Caruthers. of East Wash
ington, is visiting George Knight's fam
ily. Charles Burroughs and family have
moved to Gresham.
. Harry Tabka was shaking hands with
friends here this week .
Frank Zollner and family are spend
ing the week in Silverton with friends.
Mr Olds has a force of men working
on the new city hall. He expects to
have it completed in about six weeks.
S T Fisher has gone to work for Ad
klns Bros, driving a team.
Ed Shull reourned to his work at
Oakland, Or, the fore part of this week,
Jonn Marks, of Marks Prairie, was in
Canby last Wednesday.
Corwin Fisher and ti Tackelson have
taken a contract for getting out 5000 pil
ing near New Era.
William Cantwell's smiling face is
seen once more in Canby. He is work-
ing for Olds & Son on the city ball.
E I Sias has purchased the John
Marks property consisting of the house
and three acres joining the Weed prop
O Baker, who has been working at
Goldendale, Wash, is home for a short
visit, and heexoects to remain until the
end of the weok.
Will Hayhurst, of Portland, was visit
ing his parent Sunday.
U B Hayhurst is home for a short
John Dvis is laid uo with rheuma
tism. Miss Eizzie Evans was a visitor here
Mr and Mrs A Baker and daughter
will move to Canemah in the near fu
Mrs Hayhurst is confined to her bed
with Btcknees, but is slowly improving
under the care of Dr. Strickland.
school district No. 90. closed a success
ful term last Friday.
county uierk h. Gooper and wife were
Visiting his parents last Sunday.
The Sunrlfiv nchrwil nlio..n-o,l n.il.l.
ren's day, June 9, which was a success.
A. M. Shihley attended church at
Redland Sunday and gave the children
a lecture on "The Unseen Power."
There are several (Vikua nf maaalno in
Air. Guttridge has ben hauline off
potatoes. He got about $1.75 per sack.
Ihe young peonle meet at the narsnn-
age every Friday evening to practice
Quick Relief for Astima.
Miss Maude Dickons. Parsons, Kans.
Writes: " I RlifTpreH piaht tuiniclih
asthma in its worst form. I had several
attacks during the last year and was not
expected to live through them. I began
usini? FOLEY'S HOXRYim.l To. nJ
it has never failed to give immediate
relief." Ccarman & Co.