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OREGON CITY COURIER-HERALD, FRIDAY. JULY 12, 1901
CLACKAMAS COUNTY NEWS
George Williams, who has been very
sick for several days, is able to be out
Mr.Larsen in suffering from an at
tack of a severe cold.
J. 0. Hall lias the best piece of field
pyas in tiie country.
The county road between Bull Creek
bridge and Meadowbrook postoffice is
in an awful condition. It being in the
Molirila district the supervisor is not in
terested therein. This road should be
long to Canyon Oreek district.
Mrs.Charles Holman and children are
oui on the farm for the summer.
Mr. James, who has been in poor
health for some weeks, has returned to
the land of his birth.i. e. Nebiaska.
The writer recently made a trip to Til
lamook county by wagon, and while
there enjoyed the genial hospitality of
William Tinnerstett, a former well
known resident of this county. Cheese
ai d butter factories dot the landscape
and bring in a lucrative revenue to the
owners bf the sleek herds of. kine graz
ing on knee high grass The mountain
road by the Sheridan is in apple-pie or
der down the little Nettucca river.
Miss Myrtle Currin spent the first
week of July in Portland with friends.
Mrs. Heater and family, who spent
two weeks visiting her nephew, J.
Locke, have returned to their home in
El wood Frost spent the Fourth with
his wife and children. He went back
again Monday and was accompanied by
Mrs. Eveihart returned from her trip
to the East, and is now spending a few
weeks at Molalla.
Mrs. Duvall is visiting her mother at
Link Waldron went up on Eagle
Creek last week and caught about 200
F. Welsh and Theodore Weed have a
confectionery stand at the New Era
campmeeting Saturdays and Sundays.
Mrs. Brady has moved into her cot
tage recently vacated by Mr. Stockman.
. Quite a number of people of this burg
attended the New Era campmeeting last
The Maple Lane Grange held its regu
lar meeting in Nash's hall last Saturday.
Five applications for membership were
presented at the meeting. The grange
will hereafter meet on the last Saturday
in each month.
George Albright spent the Fourth at
home, but he returned to his work in
Eastern Oregon Monday.
Mr, and Mrs. Waldron and Mrs. E.
II. Coooper went to Springwater this
morning to attend Pomona Grange.
Sam Francis is able to walk without
the aid of a crutch, and lias bis arm out
of the sling. He is getting along re
markably well, we are glad to Btate.
Independence Day was very quiet
here. Most all that celebrated did so
at some distance.
J. Q. Gag and family have returned
from the Waldo Hills. He reports
most crops up that , way in a flourishing
There is.some complaint in Howell's
Valley that the dreaded Canada thistle
has made its appearance and is fast
Henry Schatz's hay sling is a grand
Bucess in many respects, and it is su
perior to a horse in many respects.
Fred Baker's favorite hound, Hunter,
has been missing for three weeks. Its
wbereaboutd is a mystery to its owner.
J. P. Uage and wife leave next Wed
nesday for Nestucca, Tillamook county,
where they will spend Borne weeks with
John Moser, wife and children leave
Thursday for Denver, Col., where they
will go for the benefit of Mr. Moser's
health, who is very low with quick con
sumption, and the doctors advised him
to make this change. They will prob
ably be absent at least two years. His
farm and property here will be left in
care of his brothers and father.
With Mr. Moser moving away the
Bchool board will again be left in a crip
pled conditon, he being a director. A
member should be elected forthwith as
school matters demand immediate at
tention. Henry Baker is slowly improving. He
is as yet but a walking Bhadow.
Mrs. Walters and children, of Glen
coo, are spending the week with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Weisenborn.
The German school in the Baptist
church is progressing quietly.
A fine Jersey bull for sale,
at this office.
Guernsey bull at Bestow place, near
Abernethy bridge.. Season, (1 50.
A specialty of gun work and repairing
at Johnson & Lamb's.
Mr. Mnrnhv and family m.a
t J " . j TfOlU fallQ
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Had Perry Sun-
A number of soldiers passed through
here last week on their wav tn Wilhmt
Lee Perry has been sick for the last
week with the chicken pox.
Mrs. Felger is visiting friends at Port
land. Everybody had a good time at
Wright's Springs on the Fourth of July.
Ernest Jones and Joshua Mallatt are
working in Dodge's sawmill near Lib
eral. Services were held in the Grange hall
last Sunday. Services will also be con
ducted over next Sunday conducted by
DntTD VU;l 1 ' '
vwo. , hob nuu weits.
Mrs. Daniels viuiforl at ik. kn. f
tau.vuu M U Iff. 9 UUU1Q Ul
Mrs. Woodside Sunday.
Mrs. Hines is on the sick list.
Mrs. Walker is visiting at the home of
her son, W . Jones.
John Lamm was visiting relatives at
Noble last week .
.Bruce Darnall is improving nicely af
ter a long siege of sickness.
MisB Cora Helveyis home, and will
re i ain for a short time.
Mr. aod Mrs. John Jones were the
guents of Mr. Sager and family last
Agnes Wallace Bpent last Sunday at
Mr. Harris is staying with H. Selt
zer. Clarence Mallatt is working .for the
Miss Mamie Evans was home for a
short visit last week. ' - t
Sebastian Bany was a visitor in Mu
lino last Sunday. Bunchy.
A beautiful line of baby bonnets and
hats, ail reduced, at Miss Gold&jnith. ,
Frmers are busy cutting and saving
Some wheat will be cut here in a few
days. All grain is looking fine
Most all of our people celebrated at
Mias Laura Kocher won the prize for
the girl's race at Wright's Springs on
Frank and Charles Oglesby were vis
iting relatives at Milwaukie Sunday.
The Woodmen of the World will give
an ice cream social at Needy Saturday
night, July 20th. Everybody is invited
to come. A good speaker has been se
cured. Mrs. Hagey is visiting her daughter,
Mrs. Stehman, at Liberal.
Jacob Hitter is boss carpenter for R.
Zimmerman, instead of J. Abbot, as
wan primed in the Courier-Herald two
The prize fight at Liberal on July
Fourth was a disgrace to a civilized
community. We call the attention of
the officers of the law that there is a law
prohibiting such scraps as that was.
Will they do their duty or are the afraid?
Can a ring be placed in the county road
and with a rope around it and slop all
travel and compel ladies to witness a
tight as was doue? Wake up, J. U.
Campbell, and give these violators of
law what they deserve.
"Two years ago my hair was
falling out badly. I purchased a
bottle of Ayer's Hair Vigor, and
soon my hair stopped coming out."
Miss Minnie Hoover, Paris, 111.
Perhaps your mother
had thin hair, but that is
no reason why you must
go through life with half
starved hair. If you want
long, thick hair, feed it
with Ayer's Hair Vigor,
and make it rich, dark,
11.00 a bottle. All dradati.
If your drupcist cannot supply you,
send ua one dollar and we will express
you a bottle. He sure and give the name
of your nearest express oflice. AdtlresB,
J. C. AYEU CO., Lowell, Mass.
Great reduction on all trimmed hats
at Miss Goldsmith.
Lovely weather 1
Misses Mae Kinzer and Wild a Elliott
went to Oregon City this week to at
tend the Chautauqua. '
Mrs. Nellie Garrett has returned from
Washington, where ehe has been visit
ing her brother.
The farmers are busy with their hay.
The Fourth of July dance was a grand
success. Quite a large crowd attended.
Mrs. A. E. Raeder and Miss Benecke,
of Portland, are visiting at the home of
Mrs.. Charles C. Molson.
Miss Clara Kuenze is home from Port
For Sale Five-room house and barn,
four lots covered with choice fruit trees.
Price reasonable. Apply at this oflice. ;
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More Draw-Guts sold in Portland last
year than of all other makes combined.
It's the Mower you want.
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First and Taylor Streets,
The weather is a little cool for curing
hay, but it is very favorable for the in
crease of aphis and army worms, which
are somewnat numerous already.
Berries are very scarce this season,
while the fruit crop will be good.
Grain promises an excellent yield.
Miss Kandistone closed her three
months' term of school in district No.
21, with the following program :
Recitation, "Welcome," Grace
Bong, "Red, White and Blue," school.
Recitation, Mary Schmiter
Recitation, "A Little More Grape,"
Recitation, "Little Drops, of Water,"
Recitation, "My Wish, Alfred Schnei
ter. Song, "Water Cresses," school.
Recitation, Minnie Sprague.
Dialogue, "The Secret," two girls.
Recitation, "I Want to be a Soldier,
Jose ph Spees.
Song, "Rally Round the Flag,"
Recitation, "Grandma's Advice,"Lulu
Dialogue; "A Disorderly School," Six
Recitation, ' The Old Man's Story,"
Song, "Catch the Sunshine." school.
Recitation, "Buena Vista," Joy
8ong, "Tramp, Tramp, Tramp,"
Recitation, "Race of the Oregon,"
Song, four girls .
Recitation, "The Engineer's Daugh
ter," Gotlieb Schneiter.
"Dialogue, "The Discontented Girls,"
Recitation, "My Hen," Fred Rurren.
Closing song, Bchool.
Following are the pupils who were on
the Roll of Honor ! Clara Schneiter, Jo
seph Spees and Lulu Sprague.
Singing practice will begin this eve
ning at the srhoolhouse in district num
Willie . O'Connor is visiting in our
Harry Mosher was sojourning over
Sunday at Frog Pond Sunday.
A Poor Millionaire
. Lately starved in London because he
could not digest his food. Early use of
Dr. King's New Life Pills would have
saved him. They strengthen the stom
ach, aid digestion, promote assimilation,
improve appetite. Price 25o. ' Money
back if not satisfied. Sold by George
A. Harding, druggist.
Come early and get
a bargain. Miss
Grand Millinery Sale begins today
Great clearance sale. Miss Goldsmith.
Chicago Cottage Organ at Block's.
Call at Jackson's Bicycle Shop and
see the latest in coaster brakes. Why
pay $5 when you can get this new brake
for $3.50? The "Hinckley Improved"
weighs only eight ounces while the other
styles weigh three pounds. They are
guaranteed in every way.
A second-hand hop stove, 4,'a feet
long, 11-inch pipe, 27 joints, 5 elbows
and two T's. Virtually new, only. 20
bales of hops having been dried with
the the Move. Address Charles T.
Pembroke, near Adkins mill, Canby.
the Millinery line
A car load of milk
crocks just received and
will sell at 8 c per gal
lon. " W. L. Block,
Taken Up One Lewellen setter bitch.
Owner can have same by applying to
C. G. Miller and paying charges.
o a r an e e
egaii on Monday,
July 8, 1SM1
All Goods Marked Down Some
Away D5elow Cot
Sevtral dozen Boy's and Misses Shoes
Children's Shoes lit 50c a pair. Must make room
McKITTRICK "The Shoe Man"
Next Door to Bank of Oregon City
P. S. All Nice Clean Goods
The marriage of - Miss Elizabeth V.
Pluard to O. W Moldt-nhauer took place
at the residence of F. W. Cramer on
Tuesday, July 2. The bride was attired
in a beautiful white dress with trim
mings of rufflos, and insertion, while the
groom wore the usual black. Mr. and
Mrs. Moldenhauer will take up their
residence for the present in East Maple
Lane, and may their cup De brimming
full of pleasure and success as tbey jour
ney down the stream of life in their lit
tle bark canue. The boys of this place
paid them a visit in the evening and
made it rather noisy for awhile.
A "hot time" at Wright's Springs on
the Fourth was had, or at least there
must have been as indicated by the great
number of people who attended the
celebration there. Maple Lane was well
Mrs. Gerber was on the sick list last
Miss Mamie Gregory has returned to
her home in New Era after a two
months' stay with Mrs. Myers.
Haying is the topic of tb day this
The rock crusher started up again to
day. Messrs. Swallow and Darling are do
ing an extensive beny business this
season, as they have some very fine va
rieties, which gain a ready sale.
Misses Annie Mautz, Sara and Mary
Davies attended the Chautauqua today .
George Shortlidge returned from Kelso,
Wash., la t week.
Boys of Maple Lane, as I have heard
of an incident that happened on or
about the fourth in an adjoining burg,
and I will give you a timely warning
when you borrow a side saddle, be sure
to return it yourself.
A. Poffenberger, an agent for the
Northwest Pacific Farmer, stopped at
G. F. Gibbs' Wednesday evening, and
soon found in them,- acquaintances he
had known in his boyhood days in
G. F. Gibbs had a runaway Monday,
and the horse fell about 15 feet over a
bridge, but received no serious injuries.
Pan ST Blossom.
Mrs. E. D. Wagoner died at the noma
of her son, the late George Lie, at Olarks
on July 6th, 1901. . -
Esther Delight RAscee was born in
Pleasant Valley, N. Y., on July 16.1812.
Her mother was taken away when she
wsb only three months old. She was
married in Colchester, vt., September
25, 1831, to Giles C. Lee. There were
born to them four children, two sons and
two daughters, one daughter living iu
Durand, Mich., being the only child sur
viving ber. Her son, who supported her,
was George Lee, who died in February,
and her grief over his death probably
shortened her life. She was left a widow
on June 22, 1864, and was married again
in 1b73 to Daniel Wagoner, and was
again left a widow in 1877.
Mrs. Wagner had lived in several
Btates and moved from California to Ore
gon twenty-three years ago, residing in
Canemah till nearly four years ago, when
tailing health compelled her to give up
keeping house and live with her son.
She was a faithful member of the Meth
odist church being converted at the age
of 15 years. She leaves a large circle of
relatives and friends to mourn ber de
partuse, but their loss is her gain.
"Blessed are the dead which die in the
Lord, that they may reBt from their la
bors, and their works do follow them."
The funeral services were held from
the residence on July 6.
Maple Lane Grange, No. 296, was
called to order at 10:30, on last Saturday
with Master G. F. Gibbs in the chair.
A very interesting session was held and
considerable business transacted. It
was decided to change the time of meet
ing from the. first Saturday to the last
Saturday of each month. Visitors were
as follows: Deputy State Master, Dr.
Casto, State Secretary Mary Howard,
Mr. and Mrs. L. Waldron, Mr. Frost and
Mr Mayfield. A hearty welcome is ex
tended to all grangers, and remember
the date, the last Saturday in July at
Nash's ball on Seventh street.
Jons Gaffney, Jr., Sec.
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when a good passenger and freight boat
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gon City at 7 and 10a. m.. 1 :30 and 4:30
p. m . Leave Portlaud 8:30 and 11:30
a. m., 3 :30 and 6 :0J p. m. Round trip
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