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OREGON CITY COURIER-HERALD, FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1902.
Died Hi the Good Samaritan hospital, April 23,
Anna LiiiB, aged 18 ye irs, 4 months and IS days
Bhe was the daughter of Herman and Anna Una,
nee Ranch. Tlie remains were 1 mot red in the
Georgj cemetery, and the funeral was largely attended.
Miss Edna Irish la ravine with Mrs Will Harris
Vf a short time.
Qni'e a crowd atteided the ball at the Beaver
Creek hill last Friday night. The music was
Ralph Howard spent a few dave In this neigh-
orhood last week. Lady.
Mr Marquam is visiting his uncle, Mr Leslie,
al out three miles from heje.
Mr Bryan lost an infant son a few days ago.
This was his only son.
Mr and Mrs Wlngfiold are going to attend the
meeting at Mulino this evening.
Mrs Mary Unyles made her mother a pleasant
call the other day.
TheoMaderan passed through our burg yester
day. Zeb Bomati visited our school yesterday.
Our upper school hasclosed for some unknown
Miss Lola Boyles has quit working for Mr Bryant.
Wc are glad to report good prospects from our
The weather Is quite changeable ,
The early fruit is in bloom, and at a distance
looks like snow
MrSlilltB passed through our burg a few days
ago enroute to Molalla. He lives near Golly creek,
10 miles southeast of Kiusellville and five miles
from any neighbor.
Mrs F Davidson made our teacher a pleasant
Call a few days ago.
Mrs Biyant Is lying very low at her home, and
all hopes are given up for her recovery.
We are glad to report that Father Bagby is get
Our people are sowing their grain, hopeful of a
Manv chickens will be sold on account of scar
City of feed.
0 S Boyles 1b preparing to escort people to the
Joe Richards oame nn from Portland last Mon
day evening on a visit to friends and relatives.
Alee Scliwabauer has benn appointed section
foieman at Oregon City. Ho was foreman here
ior quite awuue. we miss him very muen.
A gang of Japs are engugec in raising the S P
o's tracks at this place, and also leveling down
the gravel, which gives it a very neat, appearance.
A very pleasant mirtv was given at the home of
Miss Klsie Makins last Tuesday evening. Games
wert played, after which dainty refreshments
wore served. Thoe present were Misses Bertha
Waterbury, Elsie Making, and Mabel Hubbard;
Messrs Will Waterbury, .Juo Richards, 'Ralph
Richards, Willis Kelsey and Arista Nendel.
Weae glad to report Miss Clara Meinig is able
to l.e up and around aain.
The dance held ia Junker's hall Saturday night
was well attended, considering the weather.
Good order reigne i and all enjoyed a pleasaut
time as near as can be ascertained,
Mrs Wilson, of Dover, who has been in poor
health forsome time, is staying with Mrs F Walk-
ley at wuiiij, noping mac tne cnange win oe
beneficial to her.
Martin Popp, Miss Tenle and Auton Mala r. of
Firwood. attended the dance Saturday night.
Mr and Mrs C Bowman, of Dover, visited the
lattej's mother, Mrs Wilson, last Thursday. fc
Miss Essie Wolf, of Dover, attended the dance in
Sandy Saturday night.
Mrs Minnie Newlander and daughter, of Port
land, are isiting with the former's parents, Mr
and Mrs Bruns.
Mr Kopper sold his farm of 40 acres to bis son.
Edward, for the sum of $700,
Johnnie Malar left for Astoria Tuesday last.
where he will work In a meat market.
Rev Koppelman preached two sermons In Sandy
Sunday, a German sermon in the forenoon and an
Kngltsh one in ine aiteruoon.
April showers are past we hope, as the month
in also gone. ,
WWoodsltle and "family and P Murphy and
family attended the Odd Fellows' meeting at
Portland last week.
A number of candidates on the citizens ticket
spoke at the Grange hall last Thursday evening
The Dutch seem to be making a hard fight
against the doglennel. Mnvbe if the dogfonnel
was as easily voted down potatoes might grow to
a creator slue, as they will suroly be needed tor
the weak and suffering after the Ju ne election,
Miss Wenzer, of Sealsville, Wis., is vis itlng her
friend, Mrs Ileitis, of this place.
Agnes Wallace was visiting Mamie Evans, who
was home on a visit irons uregon tjity int rnuay
Mrs Daniels and Joe and Kate were visiting
the foimer's brother, H Seltzer, bunday.
Mr and Mrs McDonald and Miss Morey, of Lib
eral, were guests at the Seltzer home last bun-
MrB Force and daughter, Kate, have been visit'
Ing at Portland for the past two weeks.
Ora Davis visit.d his parents Saturday and Sun-
William barker, who has been residing hear
Liberal for some time, lias rented air Smiths
place here, which was formerly owned by Mr
Miss Ne lie B igue has gone to Portland to
make her homo.
Martiu Chrlsteuson was see ill our midst last
Tho girls' horseback ride was all right If they
did Just have one horse between the four of mora
ira.n.ri. t Mm Wallace home last Friday eve.
ning was a grand aflair. Mr Trullinger took his
rrunhnniiima ami other music was furnished,
but the next time you had not bettor be so quiet
Mamie Sugar Is on the sick list. ,,
Robert (lluther spoke to the citizens of Mulino
on socialism last Saturday nigtu.
Miss Glover is visiting her sister, Mrs Ed Trul-
linger, at pi e.-te tit.
A Dougnn has been on the sick list.
A number of the young folks from here .at
tended the dance at Beaver Cre k last Friday
niirlit ami report a fine time. The muslo was
mrulshod by Turney'a orchestra of Oregon City
DENTAL BRIDGE WORK
Doves and swallows have out In their appear
ance, but prosperity ia still lingering at a distance.
One of Mr Koch's children died last week with
diphtheria. The family recently arrived from
Since the recent unpleasantness at this place
there is a big demaud for padlocks and false
Mrand Mrs A H Reynolds visited Mrand Mrs Q
W Scramlin Saturday last.
Columbus Cox is talking of going to Portland
to buy a new saddle.
Mr Gnrtler and family and Mr and Mrs Gortler
and (amily and Chas Haruiek visited Mr and Mrs
Selieer and family Sunday.
Grandma Reynolds, who has been sojourning
in Eastern Oregon, if visiting with her sou, A H
Reynolds, and family,
In reply to a recent article In the Courier-Her
ald on the Macksburg creamery and cows, we
would say that the creamery is an established
fact, but we cau and have beaten that ratio on
cows without a creamery.
Since the republican campaign fund was Insti-
tu ed ti.e huzza d are getting thick around Macks-
Mr Weismandel recently killed a fine lot of
hogs for the markot. It pays to keep good slock
even if it does Bometimes costs two prices to get
August Plasky recently went down to Scappoos
and got hiui a young housekeeper.
Love's pillow Is fair women's breast.
His zephyrs are her gentle sighs.
Her. breath the perfume lie loves best,
And his love light her radiant eyes.
Following Is the report of Oak Grove school for
the month ending April 25th:
No pupils enrolled, 21.
Mo days' taught, 20.
Aveiuge daily attendance, 24.
No of oases of tardiness, V.
Those who were neither absent nor tardy are
Hnrtnam VVchner. Grover Heinz. Cicero Grimm,
Eva Graves, Boss Eaton, Geoage and Willie
Dauim, Kubj Wright and Detliena Howard.
The visitors present were Frank Klinger, Char
lie Morris. Leonard Wehner, Kosie Wehner, Mrs
White and Mrs Wright.
We welcome all patrons of the school and others
Interested in school work.
ltoitEiir Gintbeb, Teacher.
Ma trie Lane.
Hal,, rain all the time, but we .must keep a stiff
upper lip, and remoiubor that sunshine alw ayi
Farmers am very busy plowing and sowing be
Mr dale lias Ills new residence comploto with
the exception of another ooatol paint,
family have moved in.
Joe Mvers and family have moved onto t'l
Bongstou place across the Abordethy.
i shnHlldira left Sunday for Marshflel
Or , where she will remain for a fuw months
with her brother,
Mrs Jaokson returned homoSundiy from Ca
ms, where she had been taking euro of her sistor,
Mrs Hpiutglor, who is unite ill. Miss Edith Jack
sou reinaiiio 1 with her aunt.
Connie tlibln was homo from Portland Sun
day and Monday.
Maplo Lane Or.mgo No 2011, mot In regular ses
sion last Biturdiiy, and had quite an interesting
Tliero will be basket iclal tit the sdioolhouse
The baskoi "social at the Welch Congregational
ohoreh was a grand success. They hail a tine
pjograin. Quito a number of baskets were sold
Mrs D Harris, who has been a sufferer for yoars,
la report e 1 much boiler than usual.
Will Shannon is wofklng at tho Dodge mill.
Mis e Art Kirk and Sadlo Ogden were th
guest of M adolln Matins last Sunday evening, e
Amos Kirk, Gwill Thomas and Ralph Howard
are cutting eo;dwoud together.
II W M ithlt Is working for Bon Linn again this
Persons have been Known to
tfain a pound a day by taking
an ounce of SCOTT'S EMUL
SION. It is strange, but it often
Somehow the ounce produces
the pound t it seems to start the
digestive machinery going prop
erly, so that the patient is able
to digest and absorb his ordinary
food, which he could not do be
fore, and that is the way the gain
A certain amount of flesh Is
necessarv for health ? if you have
not got it you can get it by
You will find it Just as useful in Kimnv-r
as In winter, and if you are thriving upon
It don't stop because the weatner u wmm.
Joe. nd $i.oo, ill druggists.
JCOTT it DOWNE, ChemUts, New York.
By new methods we are able to produce this most beautiful and
durable of all dental work without the least pain.
Figure 1 shows a mouth where the four incisors have
oeen extracted, and the two cuspids (eye teeth); crowus de
stroyed to the gum line, showing the cuspid roots prepared
to receive a bridge.
tift 2 represent the bHrVe r edy for adjustment
Figure 8 r.-it.
placed in position.
nts the case after me bridge haa been
Figure 5 shows the lose of two upper teeth, the six year
molar and the first bicuspid. The bridge above is attached
by an open fac-J gold crown over the second bicuspid,
and a bar which exteuds into a cavity ol the adjoining molar.
Figure 9 showa a root wlti
crown ready to aUach. It U
folly to extract a root when
It can be crowned aud puuia
aa useful aa eve.
FM 2-u re 10 1b a mouth that has lost, all the teoth tint four
the two Cuspids and two molars; they are showu ua prepare'
lor a full upper bridge.
Figure 6 showa the bridge anchored in position.
Figure 4 It is useless to wear a plate in the mouth when
t bridge can be attached to a few remaining teeth and roots.
Figure T represents a full set of teeth on a gold plate.
Figure 8 Illustrates a case in
which the lateral incisor hits
been lost and the central incisor
Crown destroyed. To this root
a crown has been f listened und
a tooth has been soldered to
the crown to fit the interspace
left by the lost lateial iucriur.
Klrure 11 shows the bridge complete, ready to place
position, as shown iu figure 10,
iX.&.: ! E.IKJn .' "V.
ripnrp 12 the w s the bridge In place, raltiral as Ufa
DR. PICKENS, whose life has been devoted to the study of the Dental Art, makes a specialty,rnot of robbinptlielmcuthfof the teeth
still left for service, but of building up a full set (painless) from the teeth and roots which afford sufficient basis for crcwnjar.d bridge work.
He is prepared-to do all kinds of work pertaining to the dental profession and guarantees the same for five yearF,fat the very kwcstf prices
consistent with first-class work.
Teeth extracted absolutely withoutpain bya new and harmless method, applied to the gums. No gases or poisonous cocaine. This
is the method now being used by the leading dentists of Chicago and New York.
Send for illustrated book on " Dental Bridge Work of To-Day ," It will be mailed to you free of charge,and will explain"sothoroughly
he system that you will understand it as well as the dentist..
Dr. L; L. Pckens, Dentist, Barclay Building, Oregon! City
This has been a dav of wind, rain and sunshine.
Everybody was busy last week making use of
thu plemani weather by planting pouitoos, making
more gardau and plowing.
The show at the Kvorgreon achoolhnuse last Fri
day night was well worth attending, borne of
the illustrated songs were vety good.
Walter Watson is home again and was shaking
hands with his many fiioads the night of the en
Miss Jessie Taylor and Miss Leila Graves at
tended the show.
Mr and Mrs 8 Schwartz and son, Frank, went to
look at their new place near Viola last week.
Next thing we know we will lose one of our
Mr and Mrs Zweifel, of Dryland, were the
guests of Mrs Schwartz ou Sunday.
Mrand Mrs Mono Yodnr and Child, of Oregon
City, wore visiting at J a l oner s insi siinuay.
Mr and Mrs Ira llonuey attended services at the
Smyrna church yesterday.
Vvnrvhnilv that owned a wheel or could borrow
one was out wheeling Sunday afternoon,
llnury, how's that girl that thinks she can
make the rifllo" but doesn't and lauds all iu a
Lawrence Hoin passed by here one day last
week with a load of household goojs. no was
on his way to their now iioubb on tne &avage
MrnndMrsA J rouer tool amuor at j a l o-
doi's on Sunday.
The Sunday school and servloes were well at
tended at the Smyrna cliur di last bunday. Alter
services three do legal es ere elected lo atteud
the Kant Willamette church Association, which
takes ptaos at t. lackamas on may 1.1.
J 8 Yodor hauled a load of land plaster from
Cnnby last Saturday, and he attended the meeting
of the creamery at Needy on his way home.
John nud Walter Watson wore callers at LD
Yodor's Sunday afternoon.
O P Yodcr had his Iwhoel repaired and shipped
to Portland last Saturday, wnere ne win nine
good use of it riding it to his place of work.
Ji its Wotson came home suiMay morning aua
relumed to tits hoik again in ioc rouiit
I S Toder's mill ia running sg tin this week, and
no Is busy. uinukb.
Mark Seely.ofHood View, was seen
on Main street Wednesday.
F E Barnes said be would not accept
the nomination for constable. He is a
very brave and enterprising young man
and would be a suitable candidate.
Paul Schroeder. Peters Bros' rousta
bout, left for Sherwood Sunday and has
not yet returned. It is rumored be is
looking for a woman cook. Paul, you are
right, we need one, says Peters Bros,
George Aden will work at Peters
Bros' general merchandise store to help
take invoice of the stock.
John Aden and Peter Peters were hav
ing some work done by 0 T Tooze, the
notary public, Wednesday.
The candidates on the citizens ticket
will speak at Frog Pond Saturday,
The republicans organized a club at
Wilson ville Monday evening, Mr Dresser
and Mr Dimick being the speakers of
the nvenimr. Mr Dresser spoke of a
new invention of a cannon. He repre
sented the cannon and Dimick the hall.
The cannon went off instead f the ball.
Wilsonville has three candidates now.
The bovs are seen smoking cigars at all
times. ' Klina Puppy.
Mr Farmer ii pasturing Simon Peters'
cattle this spring
Dock Aden has purchased a fine buggy
horse, and now drives a team of his own.
The dance given by the Pof H Satur
dry evening waq largely attended, and
everybody had a good time.
James Tu ner will commence framing
his barn next week.
Sharp Bros have Bold their entire po
tato crop for $1.50 per cental.
The campaign is now on.
Charles Huncen made a flying trip to
Oregon City Wednesday on special busi
ness. . ,
HDllarmeshas put up two pair of
rafltTB on his new blacksmith shop.
Messrs John Peters and Alfred Chal-
lencer wure vUiting Mr Smith, of Union,
ltob'Orieell and A Chalencer are go
ing to take a cougar hunt Sunday and
expect to come home with the scalp.
Joe Kth, the ferryman, has his new
sawmill nearly completed and expects
to turn out as niudi lumber as the de
mand calls for.
.i,i von ouirht to have gotten a whis-
ilu f,r vnnr enirine to let your mill
known when it is quilting time.
Mr Tipton is hoeing, onions between
Krm-st ( umclil, lite nopgrower u
Pleasant Hill, and alto a suitable candi
date for constable, was in our town
Tuesday and gave us a ijood talk on bo
cialiMn. Fred Klligfon. ot Vrog Pond, was do
ing some trading at Peter Bros" Wednes-
Dock Aden has purchased a fint trot
ting horse witharecoid of a mile in
2:"C34. He is busy training him and
expects to I ave race on the Fourth of
July. Dock says be wont take any more
duBt from the boys. .
We had a few days last week that the
farmers could work, but with the begin
ning of this week it hs begun to rain
again and very cold again. It looks as
though it ia snowing in the mountains.
Dr Casto organized a grange at Gar
field Monday eight, April 28, with 43
members on the list and nine who had
signed who could not attend.
Most all of the crops, except some late
garden, is in the ground.
Some of the Garlield republicans are
coumlaing about haying to pay a pen
alty on their tax, and would like to lay
the blame on tne sneriu, tuu uiey mun
kuow that it is only another of those
good republican laws, which our sheriff
has to enlorce.
We think that when the county mud
slinger called on Mr Cooke to stand up,
he must have felt very small when Mr
Co ike sat down.
The work at ;the intended power plant
We are 8n-y to announce the death
of Herman Lius' Beiond daughter, who
died at Portland last week and .was
brought home to George for burial.
The republicans organized a club at
Wilsonville last Monday night. Messrs
Dresser and Dimick made speeches ex
tolling the beauties of the republican
Mr Resell, the ferryman, has bought
a five-horse power engine, and will start
a "young" sawmill.
John Peters and Alfred Challondor
visited at Mr Smith's Inst Sunday.
Mr Vincent, our teacher, is going to
have a sal i on the 10th of May, His
school will be out then, and he is going
to move away.
Miss, Emma Harms is going to Port
land to stay for a few days.
Mr Brownell has announced that he
will be at Wilsonville to speak on the
10th of May.
W F Young was seen iu Wilsonville
Rain interferes in making garden.
Spring seeding is aoout done. Fruit
trees a e in full bloom. vrheat and
grass look well. Pasture is good. Roads
are bad where not graveled or planked.
Person! who are hoveling about high
taxes would have us travel in mud for
the next decade.
Bard brothers are hauling 450,000 feet
of lumber for the electric plant m
Springwater and are over half done haul
ing. Portland beef buyers took 15 head of
fat cattle from Springwater last week.
Henrv Cramer has a new cream
separator. It works fine and that is
the way to get the butter tat.
Our school is progressing nicely under
the care of Miss Klinesmith, of High
land. Joseph Rauey came on a visit to see
his brotlur, Samuel.
George Gntridge is borne from the
-Delia Gutridge is home on a visit.
P.ilitioa have been very ouiet so far
hpciiiise it is all one sided this year
Everybody seems to put their shoulder
tn th wheel lo "bust" the machine.
G h Dimick and A S Dresser spoke to
a large crowd at Wilsonville last Monday
Thn former snoke abciut the
immense arid and iuvaluable lands of
Clackamas count v", while the latter
opened his so-called speech by telling of
a new fashion cannon the republicans
had in Oregon Oitj , and how they used
it, rhey aUo organized a club in which
Charles " Baker, of New Kra precinct,
formed ai important factor, and he was
elected cretary of the club, which con
M8to of 13 im-inhera out of four precincts,
Tualatin, Union, Pleasant Hill and i'ew
Roadbosa Aden has a for e of men at
work on the 20 per cent grade to Oregon
Marquas Smith and wife, of Hubbard
visited at the home of Ben Smith.
Oriol Price and Charles Crocker went
to Portland Tuesday.
Alice Rilter is teaching the 91 school.
Lewie Spagle and Julia Spagle from
Bntteville, were at home Sunday.
Mrs. Gahler and her son Lewie, went
to Portland Monday.
Miss Tena Stewe has a new wheel.
Miss Nora Fish, Mr. C. Crocker, Miss
Leona Mohr anil Mr. John Crocker at
tended church at Union Sunday even
ing. J. G. Noe is going to give a fine en
tertainment next Saturday, May 3, at
Oh I Henry cheer up, don't worry,
Katie is coming home next Saturday.
Grease your buggv, so you can take her
to Dryland Saturday night.
Farmers are busy now days putting
in 'heir spring crop,
Mrs. J. Moreland went to Salem
Saturday to visit her sister.
Jacob Roop's folks from Nebraska, are
visiting at the home of John Egle. They
expect to buy a farm here,
F. Berry and wife, from Alaska, are
visiting at the home of J. D. Ritters.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Cook, of Rickreall,
visited their daughter, Mrs. Charles
Molson last week,
-Mrs. Sacrey, of Hubbard, comes to
Needy every Thursday with a nice line
of millinery. ,
C. G- Hoffman is putting up a fine
Morris Myera is building a barn.
Mrs. Charles Molson, accompied by
Mrs. H. Hinkle, Miss Noblett and Mrs.
Gib Perden, of Hubbard visited the
metropolis last week.
We are haying lots of rain lately.
Mr. Frank Wills left this week f r
Washington, where he intends to work
this summer. His son, Bert, will stay
with his grandmother, Mrs. Edgecomb.
Grandpa Plneard is able to out again
after a long spell of sickness.
Mrs. Robeson has moved back on
her ranch again.
Miss Lulu Gorbett was over to see her
grandmother, Mrs. Robeson last week.
Mr. and Mrs. James was in Oregon
City last, week .
Mr John Countryman, of Colton,
made his aunt and uncle a visit last
Mr. John Arquctte, of Colton, was
visiting friends at Clarkes Sunday.
Mrs. Edgecomb and Mrs. Robeson are
busy putting in garden between showers.
air. jones is matting a uig improve
ment on his farm.
Mrs. L.P. Williams is visiting relatives
in Oregon City this week.
Mr. T. P. Williams is planting po
tatoes this week ; he plants one row a
day and intends to plant forty rowf.
Died. Anril 22, Mrs. Hornechuch, th
funeral was held at. the Mountain View
church on Thursday afternoon, Rev.
Englebart officiating. The remains were
buried in the Mountain View cemetery.
The deceased leaves two sotih to morn
her loss: Eddie Hornschuch and Carl
Born. Friday April 25, to Mrs. Griffin,
a son, mother and child getting along
J. Harrington and George Stephens
are building a new picket fence.
Mrs. Hickman and children, ol Wil
lamette, were visiting with Mrs. Swaf
ford last Sunday.
Misses Ethel and May Thompson
are at home on a visit this week.
Messrs. F. A. Ely, C. Albright, C.
Moran and J. W. Currin are having
their house papered lately.
There will be preaching at the church
here, again next Sunday at 3:30 p. m,
by Rev. S, A. Arnold, of Clackamas.
Fine weather for grass but not for the
farmer to get in his grain.
Spring seeding is moving Blow; they
have to sow between showers.
Mr. Lenstrom, states that the snow
at Cold Spring is five feet deep. He
had to return from his timber claim
J. 0. Morris has returned from
Rossland, B. C. and pone at his old
trade, batching. Jim show some of the
widows a few twenties and you will not
Teddy Hammond, the faithful Gran
ger was in our burg to-day, having the
black-smith make him an English
hand pea vine cutter, also a togger to
work around potato hills,
Misses Dolly and Ona Riding, of
Marquam, was visiting their aunt, Mrs.
Lydia Wright Saturday and Sunday.
Dan Graves and Jack DodgeAmoved
in to the Deeth house at Wright Springs.
They have cut all the timber on the
Clarr place and will soon move their
mill near Wrieht bridge and run it there
until fall. They make a first clasB
P. Prier is busy slashing brush on his
100 acre tract of land.
W. H. White sold tn M. S. and W.
Skeen 70 acres, off of the James Officer
Chris Boss sold his farm of 150 acres
to a Mr. Ott, of Nebraska.
Several land buyers are in this section
at present, looking at land.
Richard Wright is burning down the
large fir trees on his place and slashing
Mr. Hall, of Portland, was out Sun
day looking over his land, at Wright
Well Bunchy, Lengthy started to
church last Sunday, dressed to kill, went
by to get his girl and she had not got
her new spring hat and would not go, bo
he went back home and went to plow
ing. You should have seen the farmer
he made that afternoon.
The young Liberal giant seems to' be
having lots of fun across the river. Well
no wonder, the Mulino boys are getting
stuck on our burg, or it is the girls.
Is'nt it lucky the road is graveled.
Mr. J. H, Haly is working his hop
yard with the assistance of G. Harms
and H. Tucker.
Graves & Hodge & Co will complete
the shingle business on Mr. Klar's farm
this week. Then they will move up to
Prof. Ginther, the Oak Grove school
teacher was seen in our burg Monday
Mrs. Lamour is having a new board
fence built on her farm.
Hurry upl Philip Tucker or you will
not get your ten cords of wood put up in
The city blacksmith is doing a rushing
business at present.
Mrs. G. W. Scramlin was visiting her
sister Mrs. Rebecca Morris last Sunday.
We had a good game of base ball on
the grounds last Sunday.
Mr. W. Barth was visiting his father-in-law,
Mr. Grimm, last Sunday.
The Gribble brothers are hauling hop
poles for their new hop yard.
Albert Gribble has 'built a new wire
fence around his hou.
There will be a picnic given by the
Maccabees of Macksburg and Molalla,
Mr. Leonard Wehner was seen out on
his new bicycle Tuesday.
A conple of ths Canby teams went
through our burg, hauling spuds from