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OREGON CITY COUMER, FRIDAY APRIL 17 1903.
SUCCESSOR TO M. niCHAEL
Busy very. Spring business to date has far overleaped that of any
previous year. Men turn instinctively to us for all those little things that
contribute to faultless dress. This is the best sort of evidence that our
matchless values are recognized and appreciated. Let us Lead and Others
follow. We want your trade and we are bound to have it ;: '
Lion Brand Shirts
$1.00 and $1.25
All sorts of patterns stripes, tiny spots
and topsy-turvy little scrolls and
figured on light, medium and dark
grounds. Best values, too, at least so
say those men who make a practice of
pricing before buying.
The "Midgets" are still going at the
very small price of 25c. A ihandsome
line of Four-in-hands with beautifully
hand worked flowers and figures.
Very swell at 50c
All the Bhapely blocks
Derby ha s, $1 50 at d upwards
Soft hats, 75c and upwards
Straw hats, 50c and upwards
"Bad cold and lagrippe are the disorder
-of the day.
E 1 Harrington has recently eold his
farm to a party from McMinnville. tie
will take possession tbia tall.
Milo Polic has purchased the High
land sawmill, formerly owned by Madi
" eon and Wallace.
Mr. Madison and fam ly have left as
to take up their a bole in Oregon City.
We understand thit he his secured a
position in the oltice of the Clackamas
J hn Heifr has taken a contract to
build a house f ir Mr. Davis wtio recently
Nboiuht tne Nijino.'i plce.
Tha Maccabees are still growing,
Irank Holloivay and wife will bid
tetr tn.tny friends adieu aud departed
for Hood river country eo-.n.
The ciroet-rai? sewing at the home of
Mrs. M O. Gard was well attended.
Thoie present were. Magnie, Marie
nd Kie Harrington, Mrs. Miller, Mrs.
Welth, Mrs. Leuelling, Mrs. Fellows,
Mrs. N 1r1.l1' Mrs. Jones, Mrs. Tavlor,
Mrs. Khrone, Mrs. uily and Eva Kirk,
Misaes Sourei Mayrield, Pearl and Wava
Harrington, Ora Welsh. Eleven babies
wire also pretient.
,laak wears a big smile of late and it is
all on the account, oi business that takes
him to Colton every Sunday.
Mrs. Jack Patterson and Mrs. Ralph
Marshall tpent Easter Sunday with
.their sister, Mrs. Unas Welsh.
Misses Vena and Mary Mayfield and
Curtis Karuld, three of our bright young
pupils have gone to Monmouth to at
lend fchool. May success go with
Holly North has just returned from
Frank Welsh and wife were visiting
relatives here la st Saturday and Sun
day. Mis. Ball Fowler is visiting her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Van Dongue.
Willis Mayfield has the sympathy of
tin entire comunity as he has lost his
mu-tache. "The best of friends must
Eister came and weut without any
W. B. Tompson's sawmill arrived last
week and will be in operation in a snort
Mr. and Mrs. Veteto were in Oregon
Ci 7 Monday.
Katie Newbury and Mike Muloy took
a tria to Vancouver bunday .
Elmer Lucas has a new bike.
Chas. Foster presented his mother
with a new cook-stove for a birthday
Wm. McCausland is again in our midst
after an.abseuce of three years in Eaat--ern
Mr. Mc.Vrthur took a 'spin on his
wheel to Clactamas Monday on busi
ness. Miss Christene Bawman. of Portland,
spent Sunday with ber parents of this
M Eisert was hauling lumbar through
our streets Monday.
0 rover Clemens, of Oak Grove, was In
Miss Hattie Foster and Ursel Wassen,
of Pertland, visited their mothers of this
R. J. Brown is putting in a large
quantity of tiling on biB firm this
It is needless to say anything in .regard
to the style and fit of the Felix Cahn
The stock is complete this season and
we can fit you out with a ready-to-wear
garment at the very lowest prices.
Newest lasts perfect styles. The Geo.
E. Keith "Orthopedic" $3.50 shoe. The
Red 'Star Shoe is Jnrd to beat. All
sixes all prices.
It isn't you men alone wonder how
we can undersell the other stores. The
storekeepers are more puzzled. But
there is no mystery about it. We don't
charge for the extravagance of name
labels just values worth. That's the
Mrs. Mary Hougham has most of the
lumbar on the ground for for a fine barn
to be built on her farm. Mr. Crawford,
of Vancouver will boss the job.
Joe Reif contemplates erecting a new
dwelling house on bis place in the ' near
Joe Pheaster spent Easter in Mt Angel.
Fred Burgoyne aud Miss Obrock spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Burgoyne.
Wessel Shefchick and Will Newbury
spent Sunday with Mr. Clemens and
family of Oak Grove.
Grant Criteses has a gang of men and
teams grading for ti'e extentioivof Pulp
switch on the Southern Pacific R. R.
Mr Marshall is repiiring Joe Phea
ster's binder. Joe is evidently getting
roady to help Dr. Furgason harvest his
Miss Lottie Randall returned from
Mr. Bomgartnor, of Portland, visited
Mr. Engle and family Sunday.
Matt Muloy is on the. sick list.
Mrs. F, A. Hoffman, of Vancouver,
visited her son, Joe, of this place Tues
Prof. G, W. Metzvrar and wife have
moved to GreBhaui.
Mrs. John Jones, of Salem, visited her
husband here the first part of the week.
Miss Cora J agger called on huima
Mrs. B. Faust visited relatives in Ore
gon City last week.
Mr. Hughes and family, of Beaver
Creek, Mr. and Mrs. Gregory visited
Mr. and Mrs. Jones Sunday.
Miss Dill White visited Maggie Ltwis
Mrs. Moore is on the sick list.
Miss Vada Dills and Miss Rachel
Lewis was tUe euest of Miss Katie and
Sara Jones Sunday.
Mrs- Will Hayhurst.of Portland, visit
ed friends and relatives at this place last
John Young has purchased Mr.
Evan's farm here and will move the
last of the week.
Misses Elba and RoseMulvaney visit
ed Miss Mary Jones one day last week.
Rev. Elmor will preach at the Evan
gelical church next Sunday evening at
eiht o'clock. .
The Parkplace Sunday school held
Easter exercises, which reflected credit
upon those getting it up. The church
was nicely and tastefully decorated. The
program was good and well rendered.
One number on the program deserves
Particular mention the "March ot the
illies" byjiwelve girls, who were in
structed and led by Miss Daisie Cross.
It was repeated at the Baptist church in
the evening, and was highly enjoyed by
Mrs. T. F. Brown was In Salem Sun
day. Frank Lucas, who had an attack of
appendicitis, is up again. He did not
have to undergo an operation.
The children of Mr. Lucas have
covered from the scarlatina.
Harry Davis, hwo has been away
several weeks, has returned home.
William Ranch was in Portland
Stalnaker wai in Portland
Geo. Murdock, of Monmouth, was
shaking bands with old friends In Canby
Miss Emma Clayson and Miss Oat
field, of Gladstone, were visitors of the
Sias family this week,
Mr. Rogers and son, of Portland, are
moving the houpe, recently purchased
by Carlton and Rosekrans, into Canby,
Mrs. Hayden, sister of Mrs. Frank
Sleight, is seriously ill at her home near
Geo. Knight and Mrs. VV. Bair
visited Oregon City Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Millard, L"e, of Port
land visited the laters parents.
Mrs. Firebaugh visited friends and
relatives in (Jan by this week.
Ralph Knight went to Portland Satur
Geo, Koehler went to Oregon City
Mr. and Mrs. Koehler came up from
The pupils of District No. 18 observed
Arbor Day by planting trees and clean
ing up the school grounds.
Mrs. Nora Michaels, of Oregon City,
is vUiting her parents.
Wm. Armstrong and bride have re
turned from Eastern Oregon.
A cow belonging to John Rydman was
seriously injured Dy the train last week.
John Daly was in townlSaturdaj.
Jessie and Cassus Tull, of Barlow,
were in town Saturday.
Born, to the wife of Mr. Ceonin, an 8
pound boy. Mother and child are do
The residence of Geo. Smith, near
Canby burned last week wish no in
surance. Miss Ada Cantwell, of Portlsnd, visit
ed relatives here Sunday.
Improvements still go on.
Mr. Darling n painting his new fence.
Frank Curran has given their house a
new coat of paint.
The old barn near the Harrington
place has been torn down, and the owner
intends to erect a new house.
William .Mellien and son have bought
a new traction engine wood saw.
Mr. Melliea ha-t quit work in the fac
tory and is working at his trade of pa
pering and painting.
Mr, Ott and family are moving into
the Harrington cottage.
Frank Walsh and wife Bpent last Sun
day at Highland.
Mr. Seely and wiie ot Seattle, Wash ,
aie visiting here with the latter's par
ents. There will be services at the church
next Sunday morning and evening, Rev.
J. VV. Craig officiating.
An Epworth League Is to be organized
here next Sunday ayening.
Charlie Elv. who is working up on
Salmon River, spent a few days at home
with his family.
Mrs. J. W. Craig, Mrs. 0. W. Pogue
and others went down to the city Sun
day afternoon to hear Rey. Dr. Carri
dine, the well-known evangelist 0! St.
Mrs. Taylor Is slowly improving.
Miss Leila Graves, of Canby, is stay
ing with ber grandmother, Mrs. Uuelat
Bradley. Harvey Hickman is working in a tele.
phone office in Portland, He is botrd
tog at borne.
Subecribe for the Cochiib.
The themes of the Congregational
church Sunday will be "Beauty and
Strength of the Sanc'uary,,' and "God's
Plan for a Christian
Presiding Elder D. A. Waters will
preach at the Methodist church next
Sunday, that being the regular quarter
ly meeting of the church .
At the Methodist church Sunday.Rev.
Grimm preached an Easter day sermon
in the morning to a large and apprecis
five audience. In the evenina child
ren's services were held.
Jimmy Sherebit, a boy absnt 15 years
of age, holds down a red flag for the 8.
P . road at the foot of the Canemah
Park steps. He holds the flag under his
a' in except occasionally and plays to kill
the loDg day.
Ti e Courier has just p;inted the pro
grams for the second annual meeting of
the East Willamette Association of the
Congregational churchs and ministers,
which is to meet at Butteville, Or., April
28 and 29. Rev. E. S. Bollinger is secre
tary of the association.
J. L. Hoover, formerly mate on the
steamer Altona, has returned to Oregon
City after five years spent in farming in
Iowa. He has sold his farm in the jay
hawker state and expects to to once more
became a webfoot. His family is now
in Chicago, where his son is attending
Rev. J. W. Craig preached at the
Teasel Creek M. E. church, South, laxt
Sunday morning and evening. The ser
vice in the evening was of special inter
est, mainly because of the sinking exer
cise conducted by George Adams. Mr.
Adams is a good musical director and
takes an interest in teaching the child
ren. W.F. Brown, superintendet of the 0
W. P. & Railway Company's steam
shovel, is preparing to move the ma
chine to Gladstone, 'where it will be used
in filling in the Clackamas trestle. The
work will take a large gang of men and
three construction trains three months
tocomplrte. The trestle is a mile long.
Dirt is to be taken from a cut north of
A team belonging to the Oregon City
Lumber Company ran away with a load
of lumber Monday afternoon . The team
ran across the suspension bridge and a
number of pedestrians who were on the
bridge had narrow escapes from being
tun ov6r. The driver stayed with his
team and one ot the horses fell when
they reacben the Incline which brought
tbemtoastop. No damage was done.
The Courier office has been stacked
up with job work for the past two weeks.
People who have printing done are be
ginning to realize that they can get what
they want at the Courier office just as
well done and just as promptly done as
they can anywhere in Oregon. We print
anything in the printing line that can
be done in a country office. Our prices
are right and satisfaction is guaranteen.
The semi-monthly meeting of the
board of pension examiners met in Ore
gon City Wednesday. The board con
sists of Drs. Carll and Mortis, of Oregon
City, and Dr. Leavitt, of Molalla, Sev
eral veterans of the Civil war were in
being examined for increase on the
grounds of advanced age and disability.
There were a few Spanish war veter
ans among the applicants.
The Retail Clerks' Union was in ses
sion Tuesday evening. Among some of
the important things that they did was
to install officereflfor the ensuing year.
Those installed were, U. M. Mason,
president; W. E. Marshall, vice-president;
Miss Georgia Grace, secretary;
Mis 0. Warner, treasurer; W. Rakel,
guard. The union meets the second and
fourth Tuesday evening in each month.
The retail clerks are arrannging to give
an entertainment followed by a dance at
an early date.
County Treasurer Enos Cahill paid
into the Btate treasury the sum of
J7337.50 Tuesday, and received credit
for that amount on the total this year.
Of this Bum $837.50 is applied to the Ag
ricultural College tax, which amounts to
that figure. Clackamas county's state
apportoinment is not so large this year by
$3500 as it was last year, on account of
the basis oi opportlomug each county's
stae quota. Hereafter, the state tax
will lie apportioned -to each ciuntyo.i
the basis of its averug) expjmli turns.
A baseball t"am wai org inizad by lo
cal ball pi iyers laH Monda and those
who desire to see tne sport In Oregon
City wdl have ample opportunity to wit
ness some go d games during the pres.
ent season. Several of the boys who
will play have already made a reputa.
tion as all around ball players on the lo
cal diamond, 'f iioe who comprise the
team are Mea ;rs. Mar in, Parrott, Mc
Farland, Rick, L, Rtpn, Graham, Ca
lilf, Rhoadrfs, Nefzger, VanLevitt and
Mr. Ross, the aged father of Mrs,
Grimm, the wife of the pastor ot the
Methodist church, died at his home in
Portland Monday evening very sudden
ly. The old gentleman was in bis usual
good health within in few minutes before
bis death when he suddenly began gasp
ing for breath and in a few minutes was
dead. Mr. and Mrs. Grimm left imme
diately for Portland. The remains of
the deceased were taken to Wabash,
Ind., the old bomeplace, for burial, and
wi re accompanied by Mr. and Mrs.
Grimm and other relatives of the fam
ily. Mr, Grimm's pulpit will be sup
plied during his absence of two weeks.
Annual Parish Meeting of Episcopal
The annual parish meeting of -1.
Paul's Episcopal church was held on
Easter jMonday evening at 8 o'clock, for
the election of vestrymen for the ensu
Ing year and the transaction of the busi
ness of the church. The treasurer, G.
A. Harding, read a report giving in de
tail all Imoney received and expended
during the year, by which it was shown
that the parish was in good financial
condition, many little improvements
had been made, all bills promptly met
and the small church debt decreased by
The treasurers 'of the various guilds
a s re. or'ed, showing what they bd
I LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
done daring the year. The following
were elected vestrymen for the ensuing
year: Messrs. H. h. Kelly, John K,
Humphreys, George A. Harding, W. B.
Stafford, William Wright, H. M.Tem
pleton and E. A. Chapman. H. L, Kelly
was elected senior warden and John R.
Humphreys, junior warden ; George A.
Harding, treasurer, and William Wright,
clerk. A vote of thanks was given Mr.
Harding for his efficient work as treas
urer and also tu the church guilds for
their work during the year, and a sub
stantial increase of salary was voted to
the rector, the Rev. P. K. Hammond.
The ladies of St. Paul's Guild held
their election at 7 o'clocF,all officers be
ing reelected, viz. : President, Mrs. H.
L. Kelly; vice-president, Miss M. L.
Holmes; secretary, Mrs. T. W. Fouts;
treasurer, Mrs. Fannie L.Cochran. The
committees for the year are to be ap
pointed at the next regular meeting, the
first Thursday in May.
The Daughters of the King also held
their annual election with a large at-
tendance,with the following result : Miss
M. L. Holmes, president; Mrs. Moody,
vice-president; Miss Gertrude Fair
clough, secretary; Miss Harriet Coch
Afttrthe business had been transact
ed all present then adjourned to the rec
tory and partook of refreshments and
erjoyed a social hour together,
, Special Notice.
The Courier has decided to change its
popularity voting contest to a profit
snaring contest upon the number of
voters tl at will be cast for Congressman
in this congressional district at the elect
ion on the first Monday in June next.
We have added $17.50 to the amount of
to bo distributed. Every person who
has paid his subscription to the Courier
since the popularity contest has been in
vogue will be entitled to make an esti
mate on the number of voters that will
be cast in June without any additional
payment. If you are a student of cur
rent events, if you love to figure on the
game of politics, now is a good time to
get into the game. The following prizes
will be distributed to Courier subscrib
For the first best estimate $50 00
For the second best estimate 25 00
For the third best estimate...... $15 00
For the fourth best estimate $10 00
For the fifth best estimate 1 5 00
Eor the sixth best estimate $ 2 50
The certificate of the board of election
as to the total number of votes cast will
be conclusive. The prizes will be award
ed by a committee of distinguished
citizens of the county to be announced
If yon owe the Courier any subscrip
tion now is a good time to pay np and if
you want to subscribe for the best local
paper in Clackamas county this chance
should not be neglected.
A Great Boast.
A German newspaper pnblisbes a
story from the United States that a cow
boy in the Yellowstone Park has dis
covered an immense deposit of preserved
buffalo meat that covers several thous
and acres. It seems that many millions
of years ago there were a billion or so of
buffaloesovertaken by some cataclysm of
nature and they all perished. Fortun
ately there was an intense heat ; then
the earth tipped up and a wave of salt
sea water washed over the entiae Das;.
Then along came the ice age and the de
posit has been preserved ever since. It
is a mighty good story. The Unfortu
nate part of it is that the discovery could
not have been made in time to save the
country from the scandals that arose a
few years ago became the war dpart
ment was furnishing artificially em
balmed beef to the soldiers in Cuba.
Now that President Roosevelt ia In the
Park, he had better file on that deposit
in the name of the people of the United
Statee; otherwise it may soon fall into
the hands of the beef triiBt. The real
funny part of the story 1b that the Ger
man editor seems to take it seriously.
Ill the Circuit Oourt n( the Stuteol Oregon, for Iho
County 01 ciacamas;
Rosy Tbouinson, flulutlff, v. Albert Edward
TlrimpBOn , fiefendanj .
To Aiuert v.uwaru fcuumpHun, uLiruimn.i
in ilmimme oi Hi Slate of Grot on you are
hereliy required to ppear and annwer tin- coin
rilmnt tiled afiilliHt you In h abore entitled mitt
1 . 1 , .U- UlL ., l ln. l.ut Knl.,
on or oeiore yi w .uu-, ...mi
th time preitcrllied In the order ol publication oi
till muoiu, and If you (all to appear and ans
wer iiald complaint, the plaintiff will apply to the
court for the relief therein prayed for, to-wln for
a decree ol divorce from the bondu of m ntrlmony
now existing betwntn you aid the pla n Iff, and
that said bonds lie forever dlseolved anu held tor
uauKht; and that jrou be required to pay a reas
onable sum Into court to defray the expenses of
this salt and lor counsel lees herelus and that the
name of plaintiff be changed to Roey Luce, her
mald'jn name, prior to her said marriage; and for
mi h other and further relief as may seem to this
court meet and equitable; and fur ber soaU and
d Isbuneuients herein to be taxed.
Tills summons Is published by order of the
Honorable Thomas V. Ryan, JuiIk of the county
court of the Btat of Oregon, for the County of
Clackamas, aotlng In the absence from Clacka.
mas county of the Honorabl Thomas A. Mo
Bride, Judge of the Circuit Court ol the Btat
of Oregon, for said County of Clackamaa, whloh
order was duly made, April 18, lSUS. And said
order requires publication mis a we for six
weeks ol this summons, the date of th tlwt pub
lice tion hereof is the 17tli day of April, 1M.
liated at Oregon City. Oregon, April 16, 1903.
kfliiH A. MH.IV.R.
Attorney for FlalntUL
EXECUTOR NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned has
been appointed by the County Coon of Clackamas
count, Oregon, Kxeculor of the eetate of Ella
ait trii havlnz claims against sld estate
are hereby noilfled to present the same to me
lor payment, properly vorlSed, at the offtoe ol p.
D. Eiy, Orrgun City, Oregon, wtlhiu six montot
from the dHie ol this notice,
liated this nth day of April. IMS.
Do i Wiilhki ,
Ixecntor ol the estate ol Klla Wlllbelm, deceased
y. B Kb, attorney forslat.
I PERSONALS I
O. W. Eastbam Is confined to his home
Miss Ethel Albright is visiting rel
tives in Portland.
Mayor G. B. Dimick wen', to Graham
Sunday on busness.
Edward Kisor. of Albanv. was in fawn
the first of the week.
Mrs. Thomas Knowles is racmmriir.
from her recent illuets. ,
Mrs. Proudfoot. of Portland, man n
Oregon City visitor Tuesday.
P. J. Teeling has been working in
Portland the past few weeks.
Mrs. U. B. Dimick was in Aurora am
day last week visiting relatives.
George Hill, of Gerva'l. wan an Opimm
City visitor the first of the week.
J. B. Lamb, of Kelso. Washinetm-
was in town Monday on business.
Miss Gertrude Griffith has rncmmrml
from a severe attack of poison oak.
Miss Shirley Eastham was vlaitin
friends in Oregon City Wednesday.
Miss Grace Robinson, of Olackatna.
visited friends in Oregon City Saturday.
Mrs. M. A. Stratton, of Portland, wim
in Oregon City Tuesday visiting friends
Miss Mary Sehaffer.of Portland, tpoot
Sunday in Oregon City with her pax
Mrs. J. A. Tufts has been quite ill
w th the "grippe" for the past two
J. W. Noble, who
was badly hurt at
Seaside a few weeks
ago, is able to be
Siipfe J. C. Zinser was out in the Bull
Run country last week on educational
Mrs. Jones and daughter, Miss Oda, of
Portland, visited friends and relatives o
this city Sunday.
Miss Annie McMonegal, of Portland,
visited her sister, Mrs. J. G. Gleason, of
this city, Sunday.
' Charles C. Babcock returned from Baa
Francisco Sunday evening, where heliae
been for the past month.
Mr. and Mrs. Seachrest and Chester
Curry, of Portland, were visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Bruce Curry Sunday.
Mr. Mann, business manager of the
Star brewer) at Vancouver, was trans
acting business in Oregon City Tuesday.
J. T. Gleason is in Portland this week
overseeing the unloading of 1500 tone of
sulphur for the Willamette Pulp fc Pa
Gesrge Randall, of New Era, Is build
ing a cottage on his two lots on the bluHT,
located at the corner opposite to Judge
Florence Sullivan, a student of Mt.
Angel College, has been spending hjfl
vacation with his parents, Mr. ana
Mrs. T. W. Sullivan.
Miss Florence Westor.er has been em
plovcd to teach a three months spring
term of schojl at Aims, three uiitee
north 0! Bull Run creek,
H. K. Lense,wife and son, of Sparrome
Point, Michigan, arrived in Oregon City
last week and are guest of Rev, E. S.
Bollinger and wife, Mas. Lense is ,
sister f Mrs. Bollinger. While Mr.
Lense is only on a visit, for the summer,
he may locate in Oregon if he likes itwtdl
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guage is Spoken,
The Thrioe-a-Week World was
brilliant'success in the beginning and hss
been steadily growing ever since. Tim
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ceal ol approval on the Thrice-a-Week
World, which is widely circulated in
every state and territory of the Union,
and wherever there are people who can
read our mother tongue.
This paper for the coming winter and
the year liK)3, will make its news service
if possible, more extensive than ever.
All events of importance, no matter
where they happen, are reported accu
rately and poomptly.
The subscriber, for only one dollar a
year, get tt ree papers every week and
more news and general reading than
moat great dailies can furnish at five or
six times the price.
The Thrice-a-Week world is absolutely
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umns, and democrats and republican!
alike can obtain in its pages truthful ac
counts of all the great political cam
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The Thrice-a-Week World's regular
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this unequaled newspaper and Use
Couhiku together one year for $2.00.
The regular subscription price of tu
two papers is (2.60.
L. Rlggs and James Adklns went to
Oregon City last Saturday on business.
Perry Burns went to Portland last
Surday to see Johnnie Orader.
Miss Edith Jackson, of Maple Lan,
was the guest if Mrs. Nettie Riggs 8at
urday and Sunday.
Mrs Orrio Adklns returned from LTV
Uharlie Thomas made a business trip
to Maple Lane Sunday.
Mrs. Nottie Riggs went to Portland
Mrs. Martha Burns was the guest o
Mr. Caroline Thomas Sunday,
J, Knotts and son, Clarence, liars
goneto Sumpter to remain for some
time. Mabel Burns is stsylnz with lr