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ORECON CITY COURIER-HERALD, FRIDAY, JUNE 183, 1902.
Lewis Kirchem and Tom Foster are
"lildiritr a barn for Frank Busch, the
isrctiHiit, on his ranch in, the vicinity
f Stony Point
On the 27th, Miss HnMah Oleson will
oiBii hr term of school in this district
ith a celebration This young lady
om Silverton hus demonstrated to ur
immunity that 8he is a capable
On the 21st Harding Grange will aive
strawberry festival, and celebrate
'omona, Flora and Children's Day.
The young folks of the Grange will
iveadanceat the hall on the evening
f Juiy Fourth.
Joseph Kirchem and his sons
re clearing a fence row arouad
f0 acres of laud recently purchased by
tie former near Norton hall .
A Mr. Schwartz has begun slashing
n about 1(10 acres ot woodland he
ought on the road about a mile this
ide of Fischer's mill.
The Stone creamery employs several
'agons to ga'her cream and turns out
etween twelve and thirteen hundred
ounds of butter a week. The cream
ellers purchased within the neighbor-
iood of two dozen separators, which
'Bn't at all bad for the dealers in those
Our school teacher. Fay Mirquam, condo le I
he hail hi-ea exposed to' the umallpoi. So he
closeil his xchnol anil s'arM for Southern Ore
Ron, but before getting underway he became
KiHriiieo auoui iils mmre wnarft. lie called on
hlder Moore, who led him to small mmri nnur
G V Wliurfield'e hout-e, and thero, in the presence
w r.iic, jnwic u an; nifirouuin, ne Ktrmgut
way baptized him an 1 sent him on his way rejoicing.
Scott Carter and Henrv Danhertv. wlil on.
caeed in making some boar t a few dayaaao,
near kock ;ree, neard a great sol ishinar noise
in the creek near by. On loikintr .in that direction
they saw some kind of an animal rominirin their
direction. The became alarmed and ran to 'he
house. They knew it was some kind of water
animus. Scott thought it looked like a hinno ot-
erat, while Henry thought it was a two-horned
rhinoceriH. They got all their dos, some rup'),
pitchforks and a sack and went haclc and sue.
ceeded In capturing tile animal, which proved to
be about the size of a man's arm 12 or 14 inches
lone and ahout the Comolexion of a uater doc
Someone, please name it.
James Adkins. prtsldent of the Cascade Mining
Company, passed through our bur a few days
agoon his way home from his mines. He reports
O 8 lioyles and Fre 1 Rosnkrars have gone to
the Ogle Creek mines to bring out some ore.
A Hardy and son are clearing up some new
Afte r an absence of two woeks, I again
take my pmcil in hand to let you know
that. Wtt are a ill in thu lan.l tf tha liuin.r
health, wealth and prosperity if it is at
Hiii-iu Dart nf Vfr.1 11., l,.n,..l.
ing business in th is tectum a few days
G T Slaughter, Wtloif 's well known
freighter, had the misfortune to get
stuck a tew days ago.
Everybody is glad to have pleasant
weather. The cold rains demaned the
fiuit, crou so that there will not be niote
than half a crop in this vicinity.
Children's day was observe in thrf
Presbyterian church with appropriate
exercises last Sunday. The Utile folks
who took part on the program were Lin
nie Raney, Ethel Lewellen, Laura Storm
er, Willie, Grade, Ethel and Kosie Clos-
ner, Edith Shannon, Ava Lovelace,
Kosie Jensarrosiiy, Mattie Tucker,
Irene Lacy, Zoh Oujesby, Velna Van
dyke, Gladys Baker, Elva Albright, Su-i
sie Hied, Johnnie Moger andMiss Cline
Smith. One interesting feature was a
missionary from Siam, who sang a num
ber of solos in the native language.
The Grange will give a public enter
tainment and observe Children's day
Saturday, the 21st. Everybody is in
vited. Born, to the wife of Wm Kandle, a
giil. Mother and child are doing well.
My little son had an attack of whooping
cough and was threatened with pneu
monia; but for Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy we would have had a serious
time of it. It also saved him frono sev
eral severe attacks of croup. H. J
Strickfadden, editor World-Herald, Fair
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and it never fails to-do
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You can rely upon it
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If your drupgist cannot supply you,
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Wedding bells are chiming. Flowers by the
aakets full are taken to the First Presbyterian
liurch ipreparator for the marriage of Miss
lyrtle Curran to T D Weed Wednesday afternoon
1 5 o'clock. Thev will go to Pendleton on their
redding tour. May heaven's choicest blessing
le theirs all through their journey of life.
Mrs Phillips, of Yakima, Wash, Is visiting with
er mother, Grandma Bacon, this week.
Mrs Smalley's baby Ib quite sick this week. Dr
iorrls Is in attendance.
Mini Nellie Bogue, of Mullno, Is visiting her
lUter, Mrs O Kellogg on Molalla Avenue.
Miss Rosle Mulvany, of Meadowhrook, was the
;uest of Mrs S A Gilfett and Mrs J M Currln Hon
tiy. Albert Frost, and wife returned to their home In
Kansas last Saturday.
O3orgo Everhart came home Tuesday evening
,nd drove out to Mackuburg Wednesday morning
-vita Ills mother to attend a picnic.
Mrs Gllle t and children were at Tualalin.Wash
ngton county .vlslllng her father, Urandpa Fran
, lis, who Is very low with paralysis.
IIIss Grace Good returned to her borne iu Salem
Mrs Thomas Warner and daughter, Bessie, were
ulling on friends lu this burg last Monday aftor-
Mrs If nil made a business trip to Portland
Wj feel prond ofpisvlng William Brobst elected
iiomniisNiouvr to it-present us on the West Side,
Road Supervisor Aden Is going toopen a gravel
pit on the U F Weddlo farm to gravel apart of
the Portland road near l'oliika's place.
Melnt Peters has a laige force of men at work
hashing onliiiTirneli near the Doolie's Ferry road.
F C Barnes Is slowly recovering from a severe
attack of Ja grippe.
It Is rumored that the new bridge built near
fames Turney's place was put up of detective Bia
trial and workmanship.
Miss Nor Beaman,nf Carus, was visiting at her
tiome Saturday and Sunday.
George Aden was elected justice of the peace
tit district No 1 by a handsome majority.
Smith Turner recently purchased a new buggy.
Give better satisfaction than anything on
the market at anything like the price, be
cause they are made of good material, to
stand "Oregon roads" Iron corners on
bodies, braces on shafts, heavy second
growth wheels, screwed rims. If you want .
to feel sure that you are getting your mon
ey's worth, aslc for a "Bee Line" or a
"Mitchell i' (Uenuey) Buggy. We guar
Mitchell, Lewis & Slaver Co.
Seattle, Spokane, .Boise. Portland, Or.
Has bell bearings in turn table. Turns
freely to the wind. Ball bearing thrust
In wheel, insuring lighest running qual
ities, and reserving greatest amount of
power for pumping. Galvanized after
making. Put together with galvanized
bolts, double nutted, no part can rust or
get loose and rattle. Weight regulator;
perfect rcenlation. No spring to change
tension with every change of tempera
ture, and grow weaker wit1' ae. Repairs
always on hand. These things are
worth money to you. Then why not buy
Best possible to build
No wagon Is or can be better than a Mitchell,
because the cream of wood Btock is used, only af j
ter being thoroughly seasoned. The wagon Is wel
Ironed, well painted, well proportioned, and runs
the lighest of any
It Is nearly 70 years since the first Mitchell wag,
on was built, and they have been Tjuilt continu
ously ever since by the Mitchells. When you buy
a Mltoholl you get the benefit of this 70 years' experience.
" ' !
Mrs f'arri" Hurlburt Seely preached at the 1
Hood View Congregational oliuroh Sunday morn- j
lug. Hue oeiivorea a very aoio sermon.
Archie Seely was down from Newberg Sunday
visiting his parents.
Children's day will be observed at the Con
gregational church Billion j, June 22d.
Work Is being pushed on the new A O U W hall
it Wllsouville, aulte a force of men being at
work. His Intended to haVe it ready lor the
Fourth of July.
Everybody Is busy' planting potatoes.
Sunshine bodge No 1)8. D of A. expect to have
strawberry social at Us lodge rooms on June 21. j
Arthur Seely made a business trip to Portland j
Chester Tooze expeots to leave for the seining
grmmJs on the Columbia river about June 2illh ;
where he i'Muiis lo wink till about September ,
Mr Bailer nnd 1 wile, of Frog Pond, Wore in our
We're afraid if this good weather lusts, some of
us will have spring fever In the dimmer.
Mrs Pe l.aiiev. of 1 he Dalles, is visiting lior
sister. Mis Ida lloyuton, at present.
Mrs Irish Is on the sick list. ,
Mr Murphy and daughter. Belle, and Mrs
Woodside uiunded Grange at Molalla lal Satur
day. Mrs Ibivls, of Walla Walla, Wash, Is visiting
lierson and fnmltly here.
Leon Jones was visiting Sidney Smith Sunday.
Mrs Woodside wasvislting at the home of Mrs
Wallace last week,
Ora Pavii was visiting his parents last Saturday
A voto was taken in the Sunday school last
Sunday as to whellier It should bo discontinued
for it few months or continued. The latter was In
the majority, so the Sunday school will not be
, stopped at all during the summer, also church
Barn second and fourth Sundays by Jtev Wiles at
11 o'clock, a m.
Fred Force Is able to be out again. Ho is able
to walk with a cane.
Mrs Gf.uchnr and her ssstor wore visiting Mrs
Daniels last week.
Clyde ami Yerna Smith were visiting Fred and
Agnes Wnjlaco last Suiidny.
Mis A I) Jones was visiting Mrs CT Howard
t ass week,
A pleasant tnrpilfe was given Pendleton last
Tuesday evening, llanclng was the amusement
if the evening. Alight, lunch was served aller
which Ihe guests depnrtn'. All enjoyed them,
wives Immensely anil n i l k Hoc ft hearty
toodliight departed for tliel a
Frank Manning made a busiuon trip to Port
laud lust week.
Arthur, son of Mr ami Mrs Smith, of this pla"o,
lus enlisted in ti e 11 S navy at California or
lour years, jack,
About M men and boys were present at the
raising of Jos! A Schcmifde't barn which they
completed about 6 o'clock. A lunch of gaud
wishes nd beer was enjoyed by all.
Mbs l.etha Jackson Is confined to her bedwllli
Frank Reiiolds returned home last week after
u exl' need slay lu California,
Mrs Noe, of N edy, was visiting her brother, (5
F Glhi, and family Saturday and Sunday.
M Schilling armed hvie yesterday morning
from Kansas, and Is the gi;el of his biotltor.Jake
Misses Annie Maul? and Sara Partes nttemled
the em nisis at the Mountain View cemetery last
Mr and Mis Ga'o visited friends at Mount Ta
Mr Heard's son-in-law, Mr Mcl.arty, w ho Is do
ing a good business as a tailor lu Uregon City. has
new customer hieh arrived early Tuesday
morning. Mother and son an doing well.
Misses Edith, Jessie and Oils Jackson will at
tend tin pleulo at Macksburg today.
Miss Zella Surftis was making oalls lu our burg
Cut here we have come to tha oonclusion that
the great ruler of the universe and the gr t ruler
ol Claokamas county are working iu harmony.
BFIioylei, our road supervisor, Is very busy
working tha road-when he isu't ruuulug from
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for the fill lest and freshest stock of
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Look at This!
For the next 60 days for Cash, we will give
JO per cent off on
J M Groshong is spoken of as our next
Miss Josephine Slaughter and her sis
ter, Mrs Murphy, made a trip to Silver
ton a few days ago.
Ralph Slaughter and his bmther-in
hw left for parts unknown last week.
Grass and grain look well and promise
a good crop.
John Utoshong and nephew, Elmer,
are busy pealing cliittani Lurk.
N J Thomas is busy building a new
barn, whicd adds much to the appear
ance of his ranch, and gives evidence
that he is prospering.
Juke Groshong narrowly escaped a
Berious accident while going to town a
few days ago. llavirg a broken arm, he
employed a neighbor boy to drive, and
going down a steep grade the horse be
came unmanageable and run up on a
high bank and upset the vehicle. Both
escaped injury .
U Wade is busy building an addition
to his barn.
Bert Wade intends to leave for the
Eastern Oregon harvest field about
Mr Editor, please allow me space In
your valuable paper to refute a few re
marks made by your liussellville cor
respondent in an issue ot June (Hit. She
said that people of Missouri town were
camping or living in barns to escape the
dreaded.embraoe of smallpox. ow,this
is fttle. It is true that some of the peo
ple have been sleeping in the barns, but
this is nothing unusual for country peo
ple to do In the summer time, NVe all
know that there are a few cases ol the
so-called smallpox iu thie locality, and
if "Mayflower," as she calls herself,
would attend more strictly to the hnsi
ness interests of 'Uussellville and have
that of Missouri town for Slim Jim, the
two sections would wag with great har
mony, and we eiucerely hope she will
do so la the future..
Now is the time to paint and renovat
your houses. Oharman & Co. are mak
ing special prices on Paints, Oils and
' All kinds of bicycle repairing, lock
work and saw filing at Johnson & Lamb'a
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