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THE ENTERPniSK fORKF.Sl'OM)
K.NTS SWEEP THE Firi.ll.
Tariflr rnlrerslty doting Exercises
.Alter a Year's SnrreKKftil W ork
Forist Gkovi, June 2:1, The putitio ex
vises of commencement at I'acillc I'ni
ersitv began lat Sunday iiuirmiiir kith
the lUccalaureitte sermon by President Mo-
Holland. In (lie evening Kev. J. K. Wil
ton of Portland dcilvered an address before
the Christian Association.
On Monday evening an address was de
livered beiore the riitlomathean society by
Hon. I.ydell Baker of Portland; suuj.vt
Miakpeare in Modern Culture." Mr
Baker is an excellent and forcible aieaker
and from the manner in which he held the
attention of the audience it was evident
that his address was appreciated.
The anniversary exorcist nf Tnxlniin
academy occurred Tuesday afternoon. The
bouse was crowded and the floral offerings
In the evening the exercises of the asso
ciate Alumni werecivrn before a lame an
dience, the principal features of which were
an address of welcome by Prof. Jos. W.
Marsh, vocal nmsic by M. O. Lowntdale of
Lafayette, and an oration by Judge Raleigh
Slott of Portland: suoject " Needed Re
form in Higher Educatiou." Judge Stott is
a graduate of the class of 'til.
Wednesday at 10 A. M. the commence
ment exercises of the college were held in
the Congregational church. The graduat
ing orations were well delivered, that ol D.
H. Thomas beingexceptionallygood. Many
beautiful bouquets were showered upon the
On Friday evening. June 17th, President
McClelland called a meeting of the citizens
of Forest Grove for the purpose of devising
means for raising money with which to
begin the erection of the much needed new
college building. President McClelland
elate briefly the amount that was now on
hand and the amount needed to warrant
the trustees in undertaking the erection of
so large a structure, which is to cost at least
loO.OO and when completed will be the finest
college building in the state. A chairman
was chosen and a committee of tiftven ap
pointed to canvass the town for subscrip
tions. Rev. C. F. Clapp being one of the
commistee decided to do his part of the
work at once, and, although the number
present was only about two hundred, many
of whom were students, Mr. Clapp suc
ceeded in raising the handsome sum of
11400 before the meeting adjourned. This
made the total amount raised in Forest
At the close of the commencement trr.
dses on Wednesday President McClelland
announced that the trustees had funds
enough secured to begin the new building
and that the ceremony of breaking ground
for the same would be held at once. Ac
cordingly a large number of people gath
ered in the campus around the site of the
future college building where the exercises
took place under the direction of President
McClelland. The alumni and invited guests
then repaired to the Masonic hall where
they gathered around the well loaded ta
bles to partake of the corporation dinner.
In the evening the commencement con
cert was given by the choral union. Encor
ing seemed to be the order of the evening.
thus closed the most successful year Pa
cific University has experienced for some
Interesting Kien-tiei at the Cloning nf the
Spring Term of So hmd.
Nkkdv, Oregon, June Si. The Needy
achool closed on Friday last under the
supervision of Miss Katie Thompson
teacher. The patrons of the school and
our neighbors were very pleasantly enter
tained in the evening by an exhibition
given by theschool. The following program
was very ably and appropriately executed
by the pupils anil teachers
bong Mabel Hanlesty and Katie Kar-
Dialogue "How Johnnie Slopped Crv-
tog," Chester Hitter, Nora Fish, Merlie
Thompson, Mabel Hanlesty and Julius
Recitations Pearl Itrickhart, (iertie
Nohlelt, Kuinia Monlaudon and Daisy
Recitation "The Broken Doll" Katie
Dialogue "What he Had in His rocket"
Percy Hitter and Kmil Montandon.
Nng fcditb Hardestv. Mabel Hardest v.
Katie and lllanche Karstetter.
Dialogue "The Happy Family." Andrew
Thompson, Ulanche Karstetlcr, Mabel
Hardesty and Frank Spagla.
Recitation "Utile Miss Mischief' Katie
Dialogue "Mam-ins a Poetess." Asa
Thompson, Edilh Hanlesty, Mertie Thomp
son, Blanche Karstetter, Albert Stuwe, I.ee
Fish, Alice Killer, David Ackersoo ami
Recilalion Willie and James Riley.
Dialogue "Teacher's Valentine" lllanche
Karstetter, Frank rVagla and Ullie and
Bong bv school irirls.
Dialogue "The Examination" bv Andrew
Thompson, Asa Thompson and Frank
Kecitotion "Peggie" Miss Nellie Thomp
son of Tacoma.
Dialogue "The Barirain Hunter" bv
Miss Katie Thompson and I-ouij Montan
The last act was the tiag drill which was
a beautiful scene and well played by six
girls, uniformly and appropriately dressed
for the occasion. Ediib Hanlesty, Blanche
Karstetter, Mertie Thompson, I.illie
Thompson, Mable Hanlesty and Kalie
Karstetter. Profs. Hardesty, Graham and
Yoderand Mr. and Mrs. Smith rendered
appropriate music between acts.
The bouse was crowded to overttowiiiK to
listen to the enjoyable affair which wasa suc
cess beyond the exiectatin ofmanv who
expressed it as the best exhibition ever
held at this place and tl.ere have been
several good ones here. '
The weather continues very cool for this
time of the year but crops of all description
are looking very good. The late rains have
been beneficial to late sown riii in. I
Grandma Sconce, who has been danger
ously sick is again convalescent.
Preparations fur Celebrating the Fuurth-Orf
Received and furnace to Kir t'p.
Onwmio, June W.-The long-expected Iron
ore arrlv.il last Thursday and (he furnace
win start as soon as the lime can lie shipped
here. The foundry shut down last ulglil
until the furnace starts agnlu.
The new n-liool house Is being erected.
There will be four leathers this year Instead
of three as heretofore.
The Good Templars gave an open meet
ing which was well attended last Friday
night. Mrs. llaford.ol Kewberg, ltd u red
for the interest of the W. C. T. I!. Next
Friday a visiting lodge from Portland will
The Methodist Aid kWietv five an ire
cream and strawlierry social at Pnsser'
hall last Monday night, which was well
Mrs, Allie Gliorley returned to her home
in H. apHKse Saturday. She had been visit
ing her parents Mr. and Mrs. 11. T. Shipley.
Her sister I.Uiie went with her,
Mrs. Robert llrown visited her mother al
Sunnvside last week.
John Howies left Oregon for Ohio Monday.
He has been in Oregon ten years and goes
back on a visit.
Miss Mollie Schuk of Newberg Is visiting
her Uncle I. m ien Davidson.
Misses Nell and Dura Cuiumlngs, Gertie
Bauiion and Julia Plummer, of Tualatin,
f Hied Oswego last Sunday.
Mrs. Chas. Ross of Oregon City spent a
few days with relatives here last week.
The Charivari club serenaded H. Sans
and bride last evening.
Cha. Hortaman and Ike Ward are irrub.
I Ing on P. F. Morey'a ranch.
The Fourth of July will soon be here ami
Oswego will celebrate at Huckeve grove
about a mile from the railroad depot at this
place. There will be plenty of music, danc
ing, racing, etc., lor amusement. There
will also be plenty of refresh men Is on the
grounds. F. 1.. Mintie and other imma
nent men will sH-ak. Miss Bessie Evans
will read the Declaration ol lmleeiidence.
Every one is contially invited to attend and
nave a good time. All communications
should be addressed to C. W. Haines, presi.
dent ol Oswego cornet band, or E. U Da
vidson, secretary, as the picnic will be given
under the auspices of the Oswego cornet
IMM6NS6 STOCK OF
Summer i Illiiieri
f and i
JUST ARRIVED DIRECT FROM THE EAST.
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LADIISS' AND Cll I A Mxivit fv.o ,u
VERY LOW PKICI5S.
CALL AND INSPECT OUR STOCK.
STAFroSD, J une 21. The sad news brought
by a passing way farer that Oswego, the
child of many hopes is dead, was received
by this community escially vegetable
dealers, with sincere sorrow. Funeral Sun
day the 23th. Poor dear Oswego, it has had
a hard time to hoe at verious times here
tofore, but always revived and continued to
grow in beauty year and year, and we are
still in hopes that it is only a case of sus
pended animation and not really heart
Mr. Fasching, the German Baptist min.
ister, went last Sunday with a number of
bis parishoners from here to fulfil his ap
pointment at Sherwood. In returning he
niet with a painful accident The seat gave
way precipitating him upon, the hard
ground and the heavy seat fell with force
uon his breast. He struck on his shoulders
and back of the neck rendering him
unconscious for a time. Kind friends as
sisted him to Mr. Fredricks' and Dr. White
of Tualatin, was;summoned, who found no
bones broken, but dreadfully jarred and
bruised. It makes it double unfortunate
for him as bis wife is in Iowa.
I hear that the young people of this place
are expected home this week from the coast.
The thrifty German women are paying
Mr. Gage twenty cents oer rxmnd for n,t
which they manufacture into foot-wear for
Mrs. Annie Webbner, who has been liv
ing with her father for the past number of
months, will remove to Portland to rejoin
her husband, who has been absent in
Blackberries are in full bloom and promise
a good yield.
Btaffohd, June 27. Some hay has been
cut and cured the past week.
Messrs. J. P. and J. Q. Gage, Misses
Agnes, Ollie and Bee Gage, and Mrs. Mag
gie Gage returned Friday the 2.rth Instant
from a trip to the coast at Nestucca where
they had been camping for over three
weeks. They report everything growing
i and looking thrifty near the salt water, and
' Jook hearty and happy, and have an appe
tite that passes for sauce on slaniaekB
camp bread, and various other dainties that
ar to be had in camp life.
C. Weolfle makes bis tri-weekly trips to
.Portland and fs building up a good trade
with small fruits and other products of bin
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and striking on his shoulders last Sunday.
Fr. Neibaiier and sons are clearing up a
Urge tract of land which will soon be reudy
r the plow.
3ome fields of fall wheat are headed and
",7nise to be a good stand.
cherry croo is rather slim.
Milwaukee, June 27.-The Young Peo
ple's Society of Christian Endesver will
have a basket picnic on the Fourth at Glad
stone Park. Through the kindnessof Hon.
Harvey E. Cross they will have free access
to the beautiful grounds there.
About thirty of our vounir neonle visited
Sellwood last Saturday evening to witness
tne cantata "tjiieen Esther." Allrejrta
very good time, especially those who went
Last Thursday being the anniversary of
the murder of Mamie Walsh a number
of her friends visited her grave and covered
it with beautiful Mowers, fit emblems of the
pure and innocent life that was sn rrtiftllv
Miss, June 27. (Juite a few farmers
around here have cut grass and they seem
to feel blue over it on account of the cloudy
Mr. Stiener is buisy building an addition
to bis barn.
The Mink Amateur Brass Band la n.
gaged to play at Wright's Springs on the
Fourth of July. Quite a larire crowd is en.
Ing to the picnic from here, all expecting
to nave an enjoyable time.
Mr. Shannon, our road sunervisnr. ) in
about through with the road work for the
Mrs. Fritr Biuhm and Miss LeomaHeft
were the guests of Mrs. John Moehnke last
Mrs. Chas. Moehnke of Oregon City, is
spending a few days at their farm.
Miss Eva Bluhm has returned to Port-
Mnlino Knad Work.
Miliho, June 24. O. T. Howard, our
local road boss, has been doinv irreat unrlr
on the road between here and the Molalla
bridge. A great many neonle haveexnressed
the opinion that we will have no roads
under the late regulation of our county
court. We think that depends upon the
sum appropriated, and to someextent upon
the accommodations of the supervisor.
When we say accommodations we mean
the furnishing of tools to work wit), a.hu..
our supervisor, Mr. Howard. For several
days lie has furnished three teams, caps
tain, and other implements. Everything
moves. Old logs are dragged off or piled
and bunied, stumps are grubbed, obstacles
in general are moved. Then come the
teams and scramrs. and the rnml la left in
condition that places a glow of hai
the face of the passer-by as his carriage
glides so smoothly over the roads that he
wonders how Mullnocan have a boulevard.
Bobiso, JuiieJS. It has been cool and
cloudy most of this week w ith little sun
shine to make g'Kxl haying.
Imlerthe supervision of A. Cooke there
has been a bridge put in over the Osbern
branch. This is something new.
What is the matter. Try Deeu Creek
hill with its new pass ways
A successful school term closed at llorinirs
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uichi uy .uiss m. i.. rerniey.or rreinont.
The exercises of the day were very well
rendered by both teacher and pupils, there
were twenty-three visitors present among
whom were Mr. and Mrs. 8. Toon of
Tremont All were pleased with the ex
ercises of the day.
Good health prevails in this part of the
Mrs. W. H. Boring received the sad news
of the death of her aged lather, Mr. Samuel
ilderof Richmond Missouri.
The cherry trees are beginning to turn
Lower Beaver Creek.
Lower Beaveh Cheek. June 2i!.-The
late rains have damaged the strawberries
a great deal.
Miss Batten of Oakland. California, is
visiting her sister Mrs. Lincoln Waldron.
J. M. rindley attended the pioneer asso
ciation at Portland last week. I
Jack Grindstatr had the misfortune to
dislocate his shoulder week Ix-fore lust.
The sociable at Brown's school house last
rnaay evening was a grand success, over
$11 having been cleared.
The Congregational and Methodist Sun
day schools will be closed for two Sundays
on account or the Canby camp meeting.
Lincoln Waldron has a fine new carrinire
and harness. Hat Seed.
IIAHIGIIOHST & COMPANY,
1M Front Street.' HARDWARE Portland. Oregon.
K.irtliweiU'K genu fur
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Crescent Wedges (warranted.) & S Proof Chains. Arcade Files. Hnj.e. Crescent Ntt
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loggers ami mxi v nnjijiers specialties.
Oregon City Agent, WILSON i COOK
Cheheyville, June Zi.-Cland HhIv i.
recovering from his severe attack of moun.
Mrs. Fenimore was back to our neighbor
hood visiting old friends and seeing after
her property at the old homestead.
Dukes Brothers are Drenarimr to wm,n.
aaie me traveling public at the old Cherry
ville stand we understand.
Travel has started over the mountains,
D. E. Hearst being the first to cross from
the east side on the 22d Inst.
Adam Cotzman of Sandv has Kinpnui
from eist of the mountains, reporting crops
looking well over there.
Mapm Lake, June 20. A. P. Soverty of
Wilholt Springs has been sick at Mr. Bray
tons with scarlatina, but is at work Brain
hauling wood. .
Wasco Kellogg and bride. Mr. Nash and
Miss Knotts, all of Mulino. were the miesta
ofB. F. and Mrs. Kellogg a week ago last
Miss Elsie Brayton has been stopping In
Oregon City For the past month.
The young people are practicing for the
exercises on the Fourth, and are planing
for a good time here.
Our new bridge is progressing finely. It
will be a decided Improvement.
Salmon Notes. I
Salmon, June 24. The bridge over the
Salmon at this place has been finised. It ia
a fine bridge and reflects credit on the con
tractors, Messrs. Williamson fc Galriiey.
Crops and garden truck generally look
well in this vicinity as also does fruit.
Travel is slowly commencing over the
mountains. Several horsemen and some
light rigs having got through.
J. T. Mclntyre is expected home from
Portland tomorrow with a load of ernceries
for his store. He is getting in his summer
I). W. Parker of Cherryville is moving to
the toll gale for the summer. lie is
going to act as tollkeeper. Pkoohkss.
Oregon for some time Is among friends
W. M. Shank, llalsey Philips and Mis
Nellie Illssell, who were delegates from
Canby Unlge of Good Templars to the
Orane Ixxlge at Portland, returned home
Dr. Geo. H. Marker of Hubbard, was in
town Thursday on business.
County School Supt, Gibson passed
through our town Saturday.
W. W. Jl. .Samson, of Dreimn Citv '
ill town Saturday. '
O, W. Slnrgis of Molalla. Purchased five I
seres or land or J. C. Wolgauiot Monday
for ITOtl. Mr. Sturgis Intends building on
his land soon and will make this his future
Monroe Groshong or Wilholt was visit
ing L. 1). Shank and Family Monday.
The ice cream and strawberry festival was
well attended Tuesday evening.
Misses Ella ami Laurie Knight spent Mon
day in Oregon City.
Cakby. Jnne 27. The rock crusher and a
gang of men are at work in the gravel pit in
The body of Mrs. 8. C. Deboy, who was
taken to the atylum at Salem, was brough t
nome tor hurfiil Thursday morning.
Wesley Iliggs, who has been at Hood
river the past winter, returned with his
family to his home at Canby the first of
Henry Hall and mother of Woodburn,
were the guests of Mrs. D. It. Dimick and
Mrs. J. A. Cox Saturday and Sunday.
The Methodist camp meeting will begin
Thursday, June 27th. Quite anumberof
ministers and campers are already on the
Clyde Phillips, who has been in southern
Moi.aixa, June 27. Camp meeting closed
at Teasel Creek Sunday night with an addi
tion for each of the three preachers at the
George Mallot, who took sick at the Mar.
(jiiam picnic lust Saturday from swinging,
was moved from A. J. Haw tell'sto his home
near Mulino yesterday.
During last Saturday night's services at
the M. K. C. 8. some person went along the
road and shouted "smen !" In the sermon
following H e pread.er run through the
hngllsli vocabulary to describe the lowness
of his character, and wound up by calling
him an orang-outang.
Among inuny good things snlil durliiir the
recent anunul meeting was one hv the i. ax-
tor, that " if you lay down with hogs you
will get up with lleas."
Mrs. Holds lost a suche! en route to run
meeting last Sunday containing a Slfiahnwl
io spectacles ami Handkerchief with letter
11 in corner. I lie tinder will be rewarded
by leaving the same at her residence.
Frank 8. L. Ilagby got a bug in his ear at
J easel Creek meeting Sunday. He mounted
a horse and sped for the doctor, but finally
succeeded in killing the insect in the spot.
He descrlde the sensation like unto a fan
nlng mill running in the ear.
Charles Scott and Miss Lulu Shaver were
married at the bride's home Inst Wednesday
morning. The happy couple ate breuk fast
and started for the sea. They will make
their home at Woodburn where he will
grind and she will hake graham, middlim.
shorts and snowflake.
f (Jreat lductior; ir; Jiat$.
The cheapest lino of trimmed hats
ever offered at prices raneinn
irom 50c. to 57.50.
Also the largest assortmentof flow
ers ever brought to the city.
We invito you to call and soo for yoursolves a:
wn.n. wausmaaen's Mlllinory Parlors
Rf.MiANd. June 27. Seeing the coin in nn
of the Entkhpbibe are open to news items
from all parts of the county I have con
cluded to write from Itedliind.
Our post ofllce is in a flourishing condi
tion, the mall going three times a week,
Arthur Walton is our mail carrier.
Mrs. James Porter of New Era was visit
ing at Asa Bovlan'a the nast week.
We will have a flag raising on the 2!Hh.
Mr. Johnson will make some remarks on
the history of the Hag.
Lewis Funk is building a new granary.
A. L. James is visiting his family.
Met. Campbell is building a new house.
Strawberries are all the rush from this
place, but they ripen slowly for want of
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