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ORECON CITY COURIER-HERALD, FRIDAY, JULY 4, 1902. "
Farmers are busy cutting and saving
Frank Ogelsby is employed at Bagby
and Dixon'i sawmill.
Several Aurora people were eating
'he festive crawfish on Bear Creea to
lay. Grain en Marks Prairie is well along
and a big crop is assured.
Several of Needy's young men will
oon leave for Eastern Oregon grain
ields to work during harvest.
James McGill made a flying trip to
Oregon City Saturday.
Several of our people attended the
Can by campmeeting Sunday. Services
are conducted by a colored minister,and
the meeting is a success, the first time
in four years
The young son of II Deets is very low
with lung fever. Dr B F Giesy is in at
tendance. Mr Yoder IobI a part of his fore finger
Friday at the mill near the Corners by
having it caught in the machinery.
Theodore Campau has been cutting
cord wood the past week.'
George Ogltsby has just finished a
cellar for Samuel Wolfer.
F 0 Seaton has gone to Spokane to
take charge of an office for the firm be
is working for, and Curtis Hess is worn
' ing for him during his absence.
It is learned that C Kocber will soon
erect 'about half a mile of wire fence on
his farm along the road.
GardenB need rain and several farm
era are hoping to get a good old Oregon
There seems to be a big attraction
across the creek. Say, Antony, just
carry some of the boys out on the toe of
Hops are crowing fine and almost
ready to lay by or as some would say,
"done working them."
The Gribble boys are building anew
hop house on their farm on Gribble
MrsG Wingfield and daughter visited
Mrs Mary Boyeles Friday.
Mrs Otis Boyles viBited Emily Dart
Otis Boylea is cutting hay on G Wing
The people of this place are going to
attend the celebration at Macksburg
on the Fourth.
George Marts has returned after being
away for some time.
Misses Goldie Davidson and Cecil and
Bessie Davidson made MissProdaBrowu
Mrs Netta Carter and son made Mrs
Wingfield a pleasant call Thursday.
Mr and Mrs Carter and son went to
Mrs Wingfield and ( daughter made
Mrs Vianey Davidson and Mrs Ilaga
dorn a call a few days ago.
Mrs Netta Carter brought her buggy
up to her father's place and had it re
paired. Archie Boyles made Miss Maud Wing
field a pleasant call Saturday morning.
Mr and Mrs Willard Newton are visit
ing friends and relatives in this vicin
ity. Miss Maude Russell is improving.
Arthur Carter called on Archie Boyles
Mr Carter and wife were callers at
Otis Boyles' home Sunday.
We -vere thankful for the few drops of
rain, but wish we could have more.
r Our ice cream social last Friday night
was a grand success, both socially and
financially. The church was crowded.
Smyrna, Union and Monitor were well
represented. The literary program was
pretty. One little girl, who nearly for
got her recitation, is requested, as it
contained such good advice, never to lor
get it but recite it at least once a week
at her home. We like to have the
young folkB from other places viBit our
church and wish they would comeoften
er. The amount raised was about $1'0.
Miss Birdie Blair, wno has been at
tending school in Portland during the
past nine months, has returned to her
home and will spend the Bummer with
Miss Eva Todd has been reengaged to
teach the McKee school this coming
Mrs N Stanton has been sick for the
A Erb visited Hood River last week
for the sake of the strawberries.
Guy Dick attended the social, but he
seemed quite lost as neither Bertha nor
Wilma were there.
The church looks much better since
it has been repainted.
J J Clark, of Woodburn, who taught
our school last winter, was visiting his
many friends in this vicinity during the
Miss Edith Todd is visiting friends in
Miss Elsie Durant and friend visited
her grandparents, Mr and Mrs T B Kil
We are glad to Bee Jj lm Tyler buck
again. He has been aiu-mling the Nor
mal school at Monmouth.
Most of of us expect to have a jolly
time at Hubbard on the Fourth.
Goorge Letter was trying to teach a
young lady friend of his how to play
croquet. We hope you will succeed,
The little rain we have had lias not
interfered much with haying.
Well, well, here we aro again after a
sojourn of eight days, to tell you about
the grain and weather, also news in
Raymond Wyluud made a trip to Mo
lallaone day lust week and brought
homo a new mower.
The smallpox ecaro Is over, and the
patients are all well.
Don't forget to come out to the pchool
house July 13th and help organize a
Bert Wade returned home from Salem
Thursday, where he had been visiting
friends and relatives.
nMrs B Wadu went cherry picking Fri
day last and returnod Saturday.
fonie, boys, clean up your wheels
and brush your saddle horses and bug
gies and don't forget to wear your best
smiles for the Fourth is near at hand
and some of us are going to get left.
Our new telephone line is well under
construction and will soon be completed;
L J Nicholson, a well known banter
of this section, was out exercising hia
rifle and dog a few days ago. Guess he
was after the escaped convicts.
Bert Wade will leave for Eastern Ore
gon Monday. The Courier-Herald will
lose its best Beaver Lake correspondent.
Anyone wishing to take his place should
send in his application at once, never
theless, Bert will not be gone always,
and will again come out this winter
with bis jolly jokes and funnv sayings.
He has been on the Courier-Herald's
corresponding list two years and could
not drop it like that.
John Rhodes has a field of wheat ready
The rain on the first was a blessing,
but the heavy hail Btorm did some
damage to the gardens. What next for
Oregon? Some of the heavy grass is
down, caused by the rain, and lots of
hay in the field cut and raked. The
damage will be very little compared with
tne benefit to the growing crops.
Stock of all kinds are fat, as the grass
is excellent this year
Mr. and Mrs. D. Lawrence (nee) Lena
Nelson, of Wiedumn's Big Show, will
spend two weeks with relatives here.
Mrs. Lawrence will rem tin all summer
with her father, Jas. F. Nelson, and Mr
Lawrence will then go to Canton, Mo ,
and join the MoreV Sroek 0.. troupe.
Earl Finley, of Oik Point, Wash.,
called on Mr. and Mrs. Hmna.'en Sun
day, returning to Oak Point Monday,
I JOidtelld BUGGIES, i
J Olve better satisfaction than anything on C
V the market at anything like the price, be-
cause they are made of rood material, to V
f stand "Oregon roads'' Iron corners on
bodies, braces on shafts, heavy second- S
1 growth wheels, screwed rims. If you want
tofeelsurethatyon are gettlngyour mon- C
C ey's worth, ask for a "Bee tine" or a J
I "Mitchell" (Hemiey) Buggy. We guar- I
autee them. J
7 . Mitchell, Lewis St aver Co. C
V Seattle, Spokane, Boise. Portland, Or. ?
MITCHELL, LEWIS & STAVEFj CO.
First and Taylor Sts., Portland, Ore.
Branches Houses at Seattle, Spokane, Boise, Salem and Medford
Agricultural Implements, Vehicles, Harness and Bicycles
Mention this Paper -
with hia cousin, Mies Nellie Bogue, who
has been viBiting friends for a couple of
The'shrill whistle of Graves & Dodge's
shingle mill is a morniug call to all the
farmers to be in the field. The mill
cannot till its orders for sliirgtep.
John Rhodes is hauling shingles to
Woodburn for the Mill company.
Hollo, Gib ; a new buggy ? Now girls
put on your new spring hat and a pleas
ant smile, and see if you can't get a ride
behind the tlyer. You'll git there if
you go with him.
A couple arrived thib evening frqm In
dependence, Polk county, on their
wheels. They were nearer drowned
than anything else. They walked and
EtiBhed their wheels from Silverton to
iberal. Talk about young welifnoters
not having grit. Hurrah for you, Eliza.
We are having rain and hail in July
Frank Bullard gave his house a new
coat of paint last week.
Messrs. T. Randall, J. Fairckmgh and
G. E. Hayes have had their house new
ly painted lately.
Grandma Aldrege is visiting with her
sou and family at Woodburn the past
Mr. Moran, who ia on the sick list, is
visiting his son in Portland.
Died Juno 20, 1W2, Grandma Bacon,
an old pioneer.
Horn June "JS, 1U0-, to the wife of E.
Seeley, a daughter.
P.orn Juno 30, 1902, to the i''e of O.
B. Jefferson, a boh.
Mrs. Valton went out o Highland
Monday to visit a few weeks among
Mr. Martin and family have moved
in to Mr. Haas' bouse .
Rev. S. A. Arnold and wife of Clacka
mas were making pastoral calls in this
barg Monday and Tuesday. ,.. .
' Mrs. Pierce ii visiting' among the
Millard Gillettis confined to the house
suffering with a mashed toe. He came
in contact wiih Lawience Moutz' load of
wood Tuesday, which mashed his big
toe. Dr. Seaman was called and dressed
Mrs. Francis, Mrs. Lewellen anil Mrs.
Gillett are on the sick list this week.
We are having a slight rianfall tod y,
which cheers the potato growers, but is
quite discouraging for those that have
Miss Edith Buckner was visiting
friends in Timber Grove last 8unday.
Mrs Gottberg and daughter, Nellie,
and son, Ed, attended Sunday Bchool at
Timber Grove last Sunday.
Grace and Frank Bittner, Walter and
Annie Gorbett went to Oregon City last
Sunday on a pleasure trip.
Mrs Massie and son, of Portland, were
the guests of Mrs Gorbett last Friday.
F M Countryman sold a valuable horse
Mr Pluard and wife, of Cedar Creek,
were visiting the former's brother, of
this place, Saturday and Sunday.
Wuliim Baker and iwife were visit ing
in Colton last Sunday
Bert Hubbard and Otis Dix, of Oak
Has bell bearings in turn table. Turns
freely to the wind, liall bearing thrust
In wheel, insuring Ugliest running qual
ities, and reserving greatest amount of
power for pumping. Galvanized after
making. Put together with galvanized
bolts, double nutted, no part oan niBt or
get loose and rattle. Weight regulator;
perfeot regulation. No spring to change
tension with every change of tempera
ture, and grow weaker wlfi age. Repairs
always on hand. These things are
worth money to you. Then why not buy
for Special Catalogue
1, 3, 4 and 6 H. P., Plain
and Pumping. Simplest En
gine made. More easily un
derstood than any other.
Point, Wash., are spending a few days
Oscar Carlson is the happy possessor
of a new gun.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Kemp entertained
the resident Indian war veterans of
Woodburn -and vicinitv at their home
Wednesday evening, Jone 25. A very
enjoyable time was spent telling stories
of early days in Oregon and Washington.
Mrs. Johnson and Mr. Kemp favored
the company with songs in the jargon
language around the campflre, after
which lunch was sorved, consisting of
ice cream, cake, nuts and cherries.
Those present were Mr. and Mrs. D. A.
McKee, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. McKee.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Johnson, Mr. and
Mrs. J. A., Austin, Mr. and Mr. J. A.
Kemp, Miss Johnson, Miss Mabel Kemp,
Mr. McCumber, Master Harold Austin,
and a bevy of little ones who er joyed
the stories immensely, likewise the
W. A. Woodaide, and Mr. Murphy
were hauldiitg hay for Mra. Daniels last
I.Iva l-.rickxou was visiting Mae Davis
Miss tians was in our midBt last week.
Old Bob seems to ue as bad as ever.
Geo. Force is building a large addition
to his house.
F. Erickson and family made a busi
ness trip to Oregon City last Saturday.
Pat and Knt'e Lyons and their moth
er, and Mrs. Farnsworth, are visiting at
the home of F. M. Manning.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Casmly were visi ing
at the home of Win. Wallace.
Will White and wife are Hying in Mu
I : m
" I have used Ayer'a Hair Vigor
for great many years, and al
though I am past eighty years of
age, yet I have not a gray hair in
Geo. Yellott, Towson, Md.
We mean all that Tich,
dark color your hair used
to have. If it's gray now,
no matter; for Ayer's
Hair Vigor always re
stores color to gray hair.
Sometimes it makes the
hair grow very heavy and
long; and it stops falling
of tne hair, too.
SI.Mibottlt. All dmiilits.
If your druggist cannot supply yon,
send us one dollar and we will express
you a bottle. Be sure and give the nam
Oi your nearest express otnee. Address,
J. C. AYEh CO., Lowell, Mass.
Bertha and Archie Herron and Ben
nie Felger and their mother, Mrs. Fel
ger, have returned to make their home
Best possible to build
No wagon Is or can be better than a Mitchell
because the cream of wood stock is used, only afl
ter being thoroughly seasoned. The wagon Is welg
Ironed, well painted, well proportioned, and run
the llghest of any
It Is nearly 70 years since the first Mitchell Wag,
on was built, and they have been built continu
ously ever since by the Mitchells. When you buy
a Mitchell you get the benefit of this 70 years' experience.
Champion in name
Champion in the field
DRAW CUT MOWER
It beats them all. That's all
there is to say.
Same with the CHAMPION
BINDER and CHAMPION
Mr. Murphy and family and Agnes
Wallace were visiting at the home of
Mr. and M. Voodside, Sunday.
Nellie Bogue was visiting friends here
Lee Perry was visiting Fred Force
Mr. Epperson, of Eagle creek, was a
yisitor here last week.
A surprise was given at the home of
William Wallace last Saturday evening.
Joe Parish passed through our burg
Mrs. Woodside and Agnes Wallace
were visiting friends at Maple Lane last
Oscar Daniels and wife are visiting
Mrs. Woodside has purchased a new
buggy and harness, Quidas.
There was a runaway in Wilsonville
last Saturday. Dick Lee's pony and
cart was seen going down the street at
the rate of 2:40.
John Tyler is visiting at S. B. Seely's
The rain is of great benefit to crops
in this vicinity.
The wet weather is seriously hinder
ing the preparations ior the Fourth,
Ernest Seely intends to go to Hubbard
on the Fourth.
Louis Hasselbrink is not going to
ppend the Fourth at Wilsonville.
He say a he has an engagement else
whPTe. W. A. Applcgate, the state manager
oftheM.B. A., paid a visit to Wilson
ville last Saturday.
Charley Thompson is building a brick
cellar for C. T. Tooze.
We understand the dance at Jim Tar
nerii last Saturday was a very interest
The Wilsonville drug stole ii all com
pleted and ready for business.
Miss Annie Evans, of Bourne, is visit
ing Miss Fillie Thomas.
Everett Green, of Milwaukee, visited
John Stedham and family a few days
MisB Edna Irish was the guest of Miss
Yada Fiust Srnday.
Mrs. London is on the sick list.
Milt May, of Oregon City, visited
Louie Jaeger Sunday.
Mrs. Graham and daughter, Vida, of
Portland, was a visitor at Carus a few
days this week.
Mies Emma Jones is the proud pos
sessor of a fine gold watch, chain and
brooch, which she received from her
brother, Richard Jones, of Alaska.
There vas a surprise party given at
the home of Miss Rachel Lewis' Friday
evening. There was a large attendance
and all had a good time.
William C Woodcock died May 20,
Whereas, In His infinite wisdom,
the Sup-erne Ruler above has extended
His chastening hand, and has called
from among us our beloved brother,
William C. Woodcock ; therefore be it
Resolved, By Golden Lodge, No. 82,
Knights of Pythias, that we, his breth
ren, have sustained an irreparable loss
in his untimely death ; as we loved him
in life, let us cherish the recollection of
his brief sojourn among us, and ever
adorn his memory with the flo ers of
love. As we shed for him the parting
tear, let as remember that we, too, must
tread the same path, and, in our daily
life, let us be cheerful, upright and hon
orable; ltt our conduct toward each
other be such that "when we come to
the river that marks the unknown shore,
our hands may be filled with deeds of
charity, the golden keys that open the
palace of eternity." And be it
Resolved, That in this, the hour of
their sore afflictions, we extend to the
bereaved family of our departed brother,
the hand of fellowship and sympathy.
And may our common Borrow be tem
pered by the thought that "after life's
fitful fever, he sleeps well." AEd fur
thermore be it
Resolved, That in memory of Brother
Woodcock, our charter be draped in
mourning for a period of thirty days;
that these resolutions be spread upon
our minutes, and that a copy be for
warded to the bereaved family.
Resolutions adopted by Golden Lodge,
No. 82, Knights of Pythias.
I. B. Yates, C. C,
! Lawton, Oregon.
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