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OREGON CITY COURIER-HERALD. FRIDAY. JULY 19, 1901
CLACKAMAS COUNTY NEWS
The Fourth of July celebration, as
Wright's Springs, mr usual, was attended
by a large crowd. Hon. Georce 0.
Brownell delivered a fine speech at 7:30,
but most of the people had gone home.
Haying is in full blast with a good crop
of clover, but a poor crop of timothy.
FhII wheat is turning very fast and it
will soon be ready for the binder.
Spring grain Is heading very fast and
there will he a good crop.
II) vest hands are scarce, as all the
young men have gone to logging camps
lo work. '
Grandma Truce, who died July 3rd,
and was buried at Oregon City July 5,
left many friends to morn the loss of
one that had al was been a true Christian
and a mother of kind words to all who
Gjorga Case has returned home for a
A.J. Maville has a field of cheat that
will make three tons of hay to the
II, L. Barnes has the banner field of
corn in this section.
Josie Wilc and Dollie Miller, of
Portland, are visiting their uncle, Levi
Gi,avB & Dodge's- shingle mill is run
ning "full blast" and tlure are more or
ders in th in can bo filled. .
Ephrain Uagey and Frank Oglesby
of the 0. K.. band, spent,, Sunday here
A new bird has made its appearance
here. It has a cross bill, and its delight
is cutting fir burs off and eating the seed.
The bird resembles a cherry bird. Will
someone tell us the name of it?
. Word has been received from Reuben
Wright, of I'earl, Oklahoma, saying
th y are in the midst of a severe drouth
and eVirythin is destroyed by hot'
Our merchant is hauling flour for his
. store from the Aurora mil is.
Quite a number of land buyers are in
' this Bection. Sylvia.
A beautiful line of baby bonnets and
hats, all reduced, at Miss Goldsmith.
A number of peonle of this place at
tended campmeeting Sunday. Some
of those attending were Mr. and Mrs.
Kaiser, Mr. and Mrs. Gross, Mr. and
Mrs. Hoffman, Mrs. Baker. Addie Le
May and a number of young folks.
May Davis, of Mulino, was the guest
of the Misses Baker during the past
Robert Baker spent 8unl.iy with
friends at Hood View.
Henry Platts, formerly of this place,
' ia in the Portland ;hospital with a bad
case of blood poisoning.
Ha! Hat What's the matter? W,hy
John Kaiser and Ernest Bookman fell
. off from a load of huv.
B. F. Baker, of this place, is thinking
of purchasing a new binder.
Robert and Joe Platts, of Oswego, were
the guests of William Koelleuieir Sun
day. Cherry season is fast drawing to a
Mrs. J. S. Williams, of Wilkerson, is
down visiting with friends and attend
ing to some business.
Janus Shelta intends to move soon to
a claim, which he has takeu up eant of
of Molallu. He intends to raise bees.
Millard Lee was at Mrs. Funk's on a
visit over night. He is selling Cham
Mrs. Mattie Herman was out from
Portland visiting Mrs. L. Funk last
Herman Fisher has his house nearly
John Hart was down from Canby
(Saturday and was the guest of Mr. and
Having is moving along slowly with a
fair crop. A lew tanners have linisliecl.
Still we have nice weather with soma
cool, cloudy days.
Everybody is very busy taking care
of hay at present.
Fall wheut is filling up extra well this
year. Some will do to cut in about a
week or ten days.
Mr, Moure is pit paring to build a
It seems to mo that the Marks Prai
rie correspondent must have been on a
booze the tourth of July, as he got every
thing all wrong.
Siime of the people of this place went
to Wilholt on July 7th to see the Boldiers
perform but were badly disappointed, as
here was nothing going on. ihey were
disappointed to some extent to think
they got into the grounds for 25 cents
each when everybody expected to pay
James Hammond attended the Spirit
ualists canipmeoting Bunday.
Mrs. J. P. Irvin has returne' home
after spending some timo at Glat-oiio
with her daughter, Mrs Fred Cnuy.
Mr. nd Mrs. John Hollowell, oi Port
land, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
W. 11. Holder last week.
Miss Annie llicinbothem visited Mrs.
John Davis and Aleo Irviu havo re
turned from Southern Oregon, where
they had gone to look lor land. We un
dersturd that they did not find any to
Jack Krigbanm is homo from Orient,
where he has been at work.
Josiah Horner died very suddenly
near Garfield Saturday, July tith. Mr.
Homer was born in 1832, and was an
Id Oregi n pioneer, having crossed the
plains m 1852. Rev. Mr. Lxon preached i
the funeral discourse at Zion church at ;
11 a. m., Monday, July 8. A large i
number of. neighbors mot to pay the la t
tribute of respect to the departed.
W II. Holder has 1ut purchased
from the Braddick Keating Co. of Port
land a Pc Laval 450-pound cream separ
ator, also a Water's butter worker.
This we believe is tho first cream senar- !
ator ever brought up into "the hills," j
but others should go and do likewise.
Miss Minnie Palmateer, of Iono, is '
visiting hor grandmother, Mrs. John !
Tho ea'her is flno and everything is j
growing well. Fkrn.
(Too lata for last week )
Mrs. Ida Parker and her brother, An
drew Hess, have been visiting relatives
and friends here for the past few days.
They returned to their home over on
the coast lant Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. B, J. Hulvey and fam
ily were visiting relatives in Woodburn
Mrs. J. D. Wilfeerson and Mrs. Ida
Parker went to Portland "on business a
few days ago.
Everybody is busy getting their hay
into the barns
Miss Cora Helvey, of Portland, visited
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Helvey,
John Robbies and family moved out
on their place a few days ago. They
formerly resided in Canby.
Mr. fitrejc is hauling hay at .present.
Quite a number of people attended
campmeet'ng at New Era laBt Sunday
John lli lvey, of Uathlamet, Wasn.,
visited his parents during the past
Alvin Phelps is hauling wood to
Ihe xnird uregon negiment campeu
on the banks of the Molalla at the ford
near Jeese Adkins' place on Wednesday,
July 10th They were returning from
(Too late for last issue.)
at Miss Goldsmith.
on all trimmed hats
Everybody is rushing to get their hay
in while the sun shines.
Delia Henderson and Emma Turner,
of Elwood, and Henry Myers, of Dodge,
made a trip to Oregon City Saturday
Henry Turner and Belle Evans will ac
company them home.'
Get your bells ready, boys, for Dame
Rumor says there will be a wedding
Emery Gottberg is a frequent visitor
at the Elwood postofflce. What's the
Fiester Oadonau will leave for Eastern
Oregon the last of next week, where be
will work during the threshing season,
Born, to Mrs. M. Cadonau on July 12
a daughter. This makes the eeventh
daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Cad
Mrs. A,S. Henderson and Delia called
on the Misses Turner Friday afternoon
Mrs. Lydia Park is still improving in
health. h. K.
Mrs. II. Bair is spending a few days
in Olex, Or., with relatives and friends,
Miss Prescott, of Portland, has been
visiting John Robbins' family.
Mr. and Mrs. Deyoe and Mrs. Camp
bell have gone to the hot springs at Col
tins, Wash. Joseph Graham will go up
in a few days.
Farmers are abut through haying
and will soon commence harvesting.
A, R. Cummings and son, George,
have gone to the mountains for a few
Adkin Bros, are hauling the lumber
for the new bridge. Work will begiu at
Wang & Co. are enlarging their store
bmming and will put in a new front.
Mrs. Alfred inssell died this morning
at the home of W. M. Shank in Oregon
City. The funeral will take place rrt
day morning at 10 o'clock at the Christ'
ian church in Canby.
Joseph Cook is very sick at the homo
of his son- in-law, Mr. Henshaw.
Having is in full blast in these parts
Some have their hay in the barn, while
others have not finished yet. Small
grain promises the best crop that has
been in this locality for oonie years. Po
tatoes are a good average crop, while
fruit Is rather light.
W. P. Kirchem, roadmaster, was seen
on tins side looking alter some Dad road
last week, hut on account of hands be'
ing scarce did not work except to tear
down a bridge on the Bakers Ferry and
Linn s Mill road, which will probably
save someone irom tailing through
This road has sadly been neglected for
several years save what volunteer work
has been done.
Lumber is being hauled from Bon
ney'B mill for the new church, which
will he built near J. J. Hattan s place
The lumber is also being hauled for the
Mr. Kirchem, president of the Stsne
Creamery Association, was looking for
someone to supei intend the building of
the foundation of the creamery last
week, but loose hands are very scarce at
present in this section of Oregon.
Mrs. M. E. Hattan, Mrs. Spragne and
Mrs. J. M. Watts visited relatives
Portland last week.
Mrs. J. A. Mumpower and Mrs, Hat
tan contemplate a trip to Molalla this
week, where they will visit with tho hit
ter's daughter, Mrs. Dart.
We guarantee that the Eccentric
Snrurknt wheel on this machine will
give an abschite gain of lti'-3 per cent
of power at the tune i f tioing and dis
The force feed eleva'or will waste
les fcruin than any other.
There Is less shattering.
Tho Relief Rake keeps inner cud of
Everyone of those using Champion
Hinders pays it has no equal .
Send for Catalogue.
Mitchell, Lewis & Staver Co.
First and Taylor Sis,
PORTLAND, - OREGON
The mumDS are still showing np in
different parts of the neighborhood.
Death made another call in our midst
last week taking from the family of J
Hattan their little son, uiayton, al
ter an illness through two sick spells.
Death was caused by a fall which caused
the bursting of a blood vessel. Life is
uncertain, but deaih is sure. How
many realize tins fact.
John Hattan is doing some ceraeiery
ork for Mrs. M.J. Dickens. If you
ant anything done in this line cull on
Flowers, ribbons, f prey d iffror.s at
great sacrifice. Miss Goldsmith.
Mountain View. h
Mr. Gillettand Mr. Beard must look
like.as last month Mr. Beard was called
Mr. Gillett, and last week Mr. Gillott.
as taken for Mr . Beard.
Mrs. J. W. May's eister, of Wood-
burn, was visiting her last week. , ' 1
Miss May Waltnng ana motner, oi
Portland, called on Mrs. Gillett last
eek while on their way Home lroni
Mrs. Kelson weni to oua oprings on
the stage Monday. She will remain
there during the summer.
Miss Hatfie Ruigo is spending the
summer at Soda Springs.
The city council is having the road in
the cemetery graveled this week.
Alma started to Iowa Wednesday with
her mother's brother, where she will re
Mr. and Mrs. Holton, of Portland, and
Mrs. Benjamin, of The Dalles, are visit'
ing Mr. and Mrs. Dixon this week.
Mrs. Pierce is under medical treat
ment in Portland attain.
Mr. Rwafford and family returned
from Gladstone Sunday, where they had
been camping during the Chautauqua
George Owings is the proud and
happy father of a fine hearty boy born
on Julv 6th.
Some of the people around nere nave
just returned from the Chautauqua at
Gladstone farts, anu iney report Having
spent a most enjoyable tune.
All the hands have quit worn on
Poae's ranch, the extieme elimness of
fare being the reason.
There is to be an ice cream social at
the church on Wednesday evening, 24th,
inst. Come all and be prepared to stand
treat to yjur best girl.
We think if hkelv that a sawmill win
be set u Don Mr. Todd's place before
long. Two or three sawmill owners have
been trying to negotiate.
The new Alennonite cnurcu near
Hopewell is nearing completion.
Mr. and JVlrs. Jiagan were visiting
their daughter, Mrs. F. Stanton, and
also attended church last Sunday.
Quite a deal of carpentering is going
on aroun t here. Cant. Pone's big barn
has been begun. Frank Stanton's barn
is about comnleted. Oscar Mohler is
huildine his ouion house. Casio's neat
barn is more than half done, wnue louu
and Bons are busy building their hop
Laurence Scholl. postmaster at Huh
bard, was married to Miss Sadie Wolfer,
of the same town, on the 17th. May
happiness attend them.
At Monitor, juarion white was niBr
led to Miss Hattie Taylor.
the Millinery line at a
Miss Gold3ir.ith.- -
Haymaking is the order of the
and the clover through here will
The barnraiBingat josepn aenwartz s
last week was quite a success. The new
barn is quite an improvement to his
Miss Bertha Yoder is attending the.
summer school at Salem during the pres
Bert Bower was the guest of L. H.
Yoder last Sunday. They both intend
going to Eastern Oregon to work during
Quite a number of people of this vi
cinity are attending the Chautauqua this
James Watson was home from Polk
county to spend the Fourth.
Jb . JS. Tavior is hauling logs lor air.
Little, who will have them sawed into
lumber to be used on his ranch near
Mrs. R. L. Yoder, of Forest Grove, is
visiting fiiends and relatives here for
G. Oleson has given his house a coat
L. H. Yoder celebrated the Fourth in
Portland. He reports a good celebra
tion there. S.
Haymaking ia fast drawing to a close
in this Bection. Since the Fourth the
weather has been flue for haying.
J. S. Yoder has his new barn ne arly
completed. He will build a silo in con
nection later in the season.
There are good prospects for a large
yield of oats and wheat through this
part of the country. The farmers who
sowed blue stem wheat last fall will have
a large crop.
Mr. and Mrs. Watsou were the guests
of Mr. Schwartz last week.
Mrs. McCormick's daughter, Maggie,
and husband, are visiting relatives in
Misses Lottio and Nannie Schwartz
were visiting at Commissioner Killen's
home last Sunday.
Weather like we have had for the past
few davs is a good thing for the ice
cream socials that are beiiij held around
Lawrence Ilein and wife, of Elliott's
Prairie, were visitors in this neighbor
hood last Monday.
John Crocker was working at T. C.
Ackerson's place getting out poles for
the new telephone line from Needy to
Gret clearance sale. Miss GilJsmitii.
I.agle Vrtrk. ,
Ye scr.bh has been attending Chau
tamma, but is again on the correspond'
vnt list and will try to furnish a few
The weather is id.-asiiit, although
present indications seem to speak for a
Mrs, A. Kas-t ibrook.of Alberta, Vah.
I Mrs J . Curriii, of I me. Or. and Mrs
v.i.iiiru.oi ivru.uM, are visiting tM.
, fives of Eigle Creek, t'utriiisvillo and
! Mr.. S. upsvi ,ri I du'.ih'er, Miss
U ith, have been ciinping up in the
j mountains, whore Mr. Simpson is hord
ing his sheep.
"About a year ago my hair was
coming out very fast, so I bought
a bottle of Ayer's Hair Vigor. It
stopped the falling and made my
hair grow very rapidly, until now it
is 45 inches in length." Mrs. A.
Boydston, Atchison, Kans.
There's another hunger
than that of the stomach.
Hair hunger, for instance.
Hungry hair needs food,
needs hair vigor Ayer's.
This is why we say that
Ayer's Hah- Vigor always
restores color, and makes
the hair grow long and
heavy. $1.00 tttie. ah diesis.
If your drusfsist cannot supply you,
end us one dollar and we will express
you a bottle. Be sure and ffive tlie name
of your nearest express office. Address,
J. C. AYEH CO., Lowell, Mass.
Miss Pearl Foster, of this place, has
been visiting her brother and wife of
Gladstone, and attending Chautauqua.
She returned home Sunday.
A great many people of Lagle Creek's
inhabitants went down to the Chautau
qua for the fireworks and returned the
Mrs. tilsie Stark and husoand have
been the guests of the former's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. George Wilson, for the
Dr. and Mrs. Smith, of Eagle Creek,
have been attending the Chautauqua.
A rarty was given at the home of
Mrs. H. Brackiton the 12th, in honor
of her two daughters, Mrs Fleinming,
of Washington, and Mrs. Reed, of IIcoJ
River. A very large numher was as
sembled, as both ladies were fo'mer
residents of kagle ureek, where they
have many friends. A sumptuous din
ner was served.and each one tried to ex
cel the other in the culinary art, and
justice was done to the meal to say the
least. Those presont were: Mesdames
Glover, Wilbi-rn, Judd, Hinkle, Van
curen, Howlitt, Woodle;Mrs. J. Judd,
Winesett, Mrs. A. Brackett, Uerhardus,
Flemmiug, Forrester, Hoffmeister,
Douglass, Reed j Misses Lena Vancuren,
Alollie and Alta Judd, Lena uerhardus,
Agnes Fleinming, Maud and Lola Van
curen, Nell Forres.er, Marguerite
Jaques, Ethel and Florence Brackett,
Earn and Willie iiouineiuter, vvnne
Gerhardus and Roy Camp, Mr. Brack
ett, Joe Brackett, Mr. Uerhardus, Jerry
Judd, Mr. Douglas and Mr. P. Judd, and
Will Douglas, of. Eastern Oregon, was
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wes-
lev Douglas, of this placet
Merrill Scripture, of Oregon City, who
has been visiting his cousin, Jesse For
rester, returned to Oregon City Satur
Miss Hannah Johnson, of Portland,
is visiting her cousin, Mrs. H. t. Uib
Bon, of this place.
J. Smith and family, of Eagle Creek,
and Miss Susie Linn, of Currinsvilla,
were the guests of Mr. Bell and family
at Kelso last Saturday. A Non
Early sown grain looks well. Hay is
in eood condition.
The measles are prevalent in this
W.J. Lewellen and wife have re
turned from the East, where they at
tended the Presbyteriau Assembly.
The Pomona Grange met in ispring-
water on the 10th, inst., and it was a
very instructive and enjoyable meeting.
Some of the young men ot this place
are home for a few days from the saw
mills. . a
Rev. Soper took a vacation of two
weeks, and he and his family went to
Portland, where he had a call to preach
at the Nor, h Portland mission, and it
may be that we will be without a pas
tor. Guernsey bull at
Bestow place, near
Season, $1 5i).
A specialty of gun work and repairing
at Johnson & Lamb's.
Bean th " Kind You HavB Always BotigW
The greatest healer of modern times
is Canner Salve for cuts, wounds, sores.
piies and all skin diseases. It is guar
anteed. Use no substitute. Charinan
Come early and get
a bargain. Miss
1 GramkMillinery Sale begins today
Chicago Cottage Organ at Block's.
A fine Upright Fiano at Block
The Portland City & Oregon Railway
Company will run cars every 30 minutes
between Oregon City and Portland Sun
day. A delightful ride for only 25 cents
the round trip. The cars run cieai
through to Canemah on that day.
Taken. Up One Lewellen setter bitch.
Owner can have same by applying ot
C. U. Miller and paying charges.
This signature Is on every box of the genuine
Laxative BromO'Qiiinine Tablet.
the remedy that cares a cold la sue day
Science I1.1B fouutl that rheumatism is
caused by uric aeid in the blood. This
poison should be excreted by the kid
neys. Foley's Kidney Cure always
makes them well. Oluvntan A Co.
James G. Amhertof, Delia, O., writes:
"1 had an obstinate sore on my face
which everything else f illed to heal.
After one application if Banner Salve it
Ugiin to heal and after three applica
tions it was entirely healed leaving no
scar. Charman & Co.
July 8, 1901
All Goods Marked Dovn
Some Away Below Cost
Several dozen Boy's and Misses Shoes at $f. 00 a pair.
Children's Shoes at Soc a pair. Must make room for "Fall"
McKITTRICK "The Shoe Man'
Next Door to Bank of Oregon City
F. S. All Nice Clean Goods
Furnished Every Week by Clacka
mas Abstract & Trust Co.
Wm Johnson to J S Donaldson,
se of ne of sec 32, 1, 3 e $
L Toedtemeier to H Toedteraeier,
sw ' ef bw of sec 8, and
w of w of nw of sec 17, 3,
J 0 Grove to A Browning, ne of se
of sec 27, 1 , 4 e
T P Scott to R A Wright, 160 as of
the Officer elm, 4, 2 e
0 L Wilaon to J W Douglas, sw of
nw of sec 34, 2, 5 e
D C Latonrette to D P Jones, lots 8
andO. blk 5. West Side Add....
0 F Kesterson to J Anderson, se of
nw of sec 23, 1, 3 e
C H Dye to Howell & Stevens, pt
of Its 7 and 8, hlk 25, O U v
H Richter to W M Beauman, 10 as
in sec 32, 3, 2 e
T L Charman to D P Jones, Its 7,8,
and 9, 10 and 11 in blk 5,in Wes-
lynn and one acre adjoining in
the Lewis elm
S E to E I Sais, 2.6 as near Canby
in the Lee clm....i
V Hage.rman to W S Shepard,
20 as in the Arthur elm No 38, 2,
SE Phillips toG Olds, lots 16 and
17 in blk 2, West Gladstone....
0 & 0 R R to E Hardes, n of se
of sec 19, 3, 5 e
J Paquet to G S Fields, lots 3, 4,5,
6, blk A, Canemah
A Dossier to GO Fields, blk A Ca
nemah 0 1 & S Co to Wm Grap, lots 6 and
7, blk 50, Oswego
Bolton Land Co to F Forsberi, lots
land 2, blk 1U, Bolton 125
L Sheil to J F McCormick, 32 as In
sec 23. 3. 1 w 1500
0 I & S Co to A Tapftr, lot 10, blk
44, Oswego 75
E s Fish to N B Uorrett,-20 as in
bcc 9. 1 e
GWMayfleld to TMayfield, 40 as
in sec 33, Clackamas county. . . .
E Brocket by Bheriff to M P Logan,-
se of nw, sec 16, 6, 1 e ...
G E Dibble to I M Park, e of ne
of Be of bcc 20, 4, 4 e
G W Prosser to T F Ryan, agt, 100
ft wide, adj blk 5, Oswego ......
E M Atkinson bv sheriff to Wm
Bellmore, blk 2, Fairmount....
0 Deute to A Deute,pt of lots 5 and
11 in blk 15, Falls View
C C Clausen to J J Clausen 1-5 int
in 92 as in Pendleton elm in 3,1 e
Geo Dunlavey et al to A Meyers,
1.79 as in R Allen elm
E W Cornell to M D Dunn, lots 3,4,
, 6, 7and 8, blk 7, 8 Oswego. . . ,
J Wengeto J F Koehler,2.48 as in
sec 33, 3, 1 e
F Preuechoff to J Bunner, pt lot 13
of blk 4, Park Place 100
J A Hell wood et al to J R N Sell
wood, 3.55 as in sec 31 3 in sec
31,3, 1 w.. 1
M E Dimick by sheriff to S J Hen
derson, n lot 2, blk 1 Marsh-
0 W Caro:hers to A J Wilson, lots
7 and 8, blk 172, Oregon City
F Boberg'to Wm F Boberg,
f B of
ne'i, sec 14, 3, 1 w 1
Sell wood Land & Impvt Co to K
lleitkemper, lot 4, tract 16, lot 1,
tracts, Oa'i Grove 350
A car load of milk
crocks just received and
will sell at 8 c per gal
lon, W. L, Block,
Oregon City tC Portland River
The new steamer "Leona" will so on
this route May 30th, making four round
trips every day. This boat has been
built especially for the Oregon City and
Portland route by the Graham Bros., of
the Oregon City Transportation Com
pany . Thev believe the time has come
when a good passenger and freight boat
will receive enough patronage from the
two cities to support the same. . The
time card will be as follows: Leave Ore
gon City at 7 and 10 a. m., 1:30 and 4:30
p.m.. Leave Portland 8:30 and 11:30
a.m., 3:30 and 6:00 p.m. Hound trip
will be 25 ceuts.
A second-hand hop stove, 4)4 feet
long, ll-mnh pine, 27 joints, 5 elbowj.
and two T's. Virtually new, only 2)
bales of hops having been , dried with
the the stovo. Address ' Charles T.
Pembroke, near Adkins mill, Canby. .
. SHIRT WAISTS
This Is the season for shirt waisls, and every
woman ought to know whut are the latest
sty let) and goods for Hits most necessary arti
cle. We will send FREE to any woman who
will send us her name and address and a 2o.
Btamp to pay postage, a sample copy of
"lART de la MODE," the finest fashion
magazine in the world, which gives hundreds
of different designs, many colored plates, and
fnll information about dress.
Single copies 30o. each or 13.50 per year, at
3 East loth Street, . New York.
than in Portland
tThe Fair Stored
Sleeveless Vests, 5c and up
Ladies' Black Hose, jfa and up
Children's Black Hose, 5c and up
Men's Medium Weight - Under
wear, 25c a garment
"Radiant," substitute for
balls for 10c
Ladies' and Children's Polkadot
Stockings, 10c a pair
Handkerchiefs, 2c and up
Entire stock of furniture, tin-
and fixtures. Will take
Eastern Oregon stock
exchange for whole or
Call on or address, . -
Box 358. Oregon City, Oregon
j Hay Fever
GUARANTEED NO OPIATES
For Sale by
C. G. HUNTLEY
Oregon City, Oregon