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VOL.M. NO. 32
ATTORNEY AT I. AW
I.inri Iltlcmil Lund Office
I IiimIiicmm it Hpeclully
Will J.mrll.c In ill Cuuile of the Kuic (irmil'lK
Room j, Wrinlmrd Illdg,
0'. Court House, ()rrK,)M flly, Oregon
HAVE (iOXE HOME
SphhIoii In Orriron ('II.
ATTORNEY AT I.AW
4Ttt"rnrr"rarv f ramaHsii.
, Ihgnee (uiiftrrfd en 171 Candidates!
j ume Important II audition
0Tc r o Oregon nir Kfil nn a
K' 0. lllloWNr.il..
ATTORNEY AT I.AW
Will r l lr In a , , ,,,!, f tlim
f Ultra hi Canllitlil I. ml In g,
(j K(. T. JIOWAKD
KI'.AL K.STATIi AM) INSl'K ANCU
At Red 1-n.iit, Court Huiikc Block
Orgon City, Orrjjon
Jiialire of Hi
on education In lit retort, which tm I
ratified by tha Grange, commend the
jfir-irtt) introduce nature work in the
j ilndrict e:h)ol arid replead Grange lo
encourage ma wor Mill further. 'In
roinmitiee recommended the placing i.
flag on allichool hooea n an ideal plan
for "inculcating in (he pupila a love t.f
country ami devotion to the principle nf
our government." The consolidation i f
country school diatneta was recorn.ni,d-
1 wherever the plan la deemed practi
cable in the belief itiat larger elar
I snd better graded schools will give bet
I ler leault.
'I l;y the terrn of a resolution, the olli
Final adjournment f the thirtieth I " National Orange were m
aiimiiil e.alon ii iIM Oregon Male ' to invettigate the charge that
range waa had Uie 'I'd u roiloy night ; government M paying exorbitant
luiiuwmg the lonlerong of degree on a ' """ tallroad for the carrying
' in n.i n, serving of an UIm. """ ' 'he extent that a , lei!
ram bamjiiei. im meeting j,,,, ,.o.ed nency in created in the postal depart-
ue inoi ii,resu ever held l, o. I "'cm. H' reaolullon mi Intrr urerl
. . . ' ' ,v i... i i. f . . ......
rin, toorrirea, ot wooiltiurn. and
rriti that a (iiarri mi nation ia made hr
Wiei-t next j ,"" fio(ia in lalct in favor of exprei
cuiipuriicM. i lie rlieilu! of rliaiKe
no eactd of the irovernmenl or
cairyina' ol id maiia u denounied in the
ffnolutloii an "dialioneat. denioralmnii
vh. nuin iiriiirr ln iiiii lumnry ill UT. ! lorin 01 ifiraliuil rohtx-ry." Af
I'-r. f ully thri-r lniiuir. tiraiiKfra ait- j r ''Hidf rahle ili-cmwiun, a rftoullion
in h, tli Iwaniilnl nrrvice j i'i"rin-tii,(r the alate eiilori and repre
I iii orlant ifi'iiiiinendaiiuna pri) j "utafivt-a in coiiKrma to lalior to aeiiire
iiiaiU hv thn nuiiiiiiiire on ammii. iit "'8 !'' of rural deliv
m,. I laxittion in im nfiiral rmoit, wim-ii n' 'rrier, wathii'd.
aaa aloit.. The following ricoiiiiiii.n' ' T'"' ,ir"K indorsed the bill now
daiioiia were. cfTrrd: 1 fendinit in coiigreM which provide f ir
OHIXiON CITY, OREGON, FRIDAY, JUNE
Huralil in DiHft UJII Ap.
WILL MAKE fjmu ROAR
Orfgon (iy lnloirniinre l)ay
(ommltlffg Am omlimtcd.
ljr.t-flme HfDulillran.l.j.e Hcamf
(Ijrkmnn (ounlj by 253 L'glit
ileal pUro for driving, riding, wheelinir
or walking, and the eurf Ulhing ii nn
nrpaiwahie. The excellent hotel, and
ho.rdmg hoD provi-le koihI acrnmnio
dalinna at jirii ea ranging from or e dol
lar to three dollar per day.
The round trip rate from Portland lo
Atoria ia i ,"K) : to (Jce.n lU.rli fw.im.
j M OO, good nntil October l.'ith. On Hat
nrdaia, during July and Angniit, round-
Inn ll.-L.. .... I . .
,...,..,,,-,, , rjeaoli noin at i ,, .
I2.M, oo-l for return, leavina the beach . .! 7 t" " '." "P'nl
the following HiiiMUyveni ,g ' beMh 1 ' o Independent
Thetregon Knil.av 4 V.vi,..m r fW". V'""' 111 h" Ptint
lhaa n. ie.ned a new mm,n., I .. ' . .-, .. ln' rTi- " !
K. K. Woodward, C. richneliel and
1,1 n n wood K. Jonea. connlitntinir
general Knurih of July committee, haa
appointfd number of min comniiltp.i
Oregon,' ""Hi Of lllty four renularlv elerted
.. .. , inr-rn re in attemlani-e for-
y null i he lirai,Ke will
yrf at ('orvallU.
Ihefllili and kixlh devreei were run
feired ri a i .m of 171. the largeat i,i.,.
Ir lo take , e imtiatorv work .1
Jagger llltlg., Oirgon t'l'y
ATTOKNEY AT LAW,
Will praptlraln allihtoourti af Ibt iiate.
pa, lu l-ut' U Uui diu..
t) . 1.C LATUU kk n 1
COUNSELORS AT LAW
maim arakT oaiuox city, oaauoa.
furnlib AUlrant olTUla. Umo Money, fat.
eloaa Murti.fF. an 'I Iranian ovnrral
1 he (Kjpolar elrctlon of I re( in,;t anaea- "'" I'l-ropriation bv the itovernment of
ora. aiH-Miinui.t i, all taxable roeity "u"'1 equitably ilintnhiiled among
I full rn.li value, a graduated income j "' ",,' ' building of good road,
tax. liii-ludinK all iinomea of lliini.n.ll I'eleuatea to Ihe National (ir antft v Mrat
over; aaareaineiit at tapitaliird valua- j l""'"red to ue every meant toaei urej
v.. i.iiuraiiona ijoiitg ouaineaa
In the atale; abaolute control hv tliM ifi.w.
election reanlted in
Binger Hi-iiiian, of
ernment ol all of the natural reaouri-l-a
of the country, Including tWata. nimea.
wat-ra, eU-., for Ihe oe and benefit of
the eople. In another resolution, which
wa alao adopted, tax dixlging wan de
nounced aa "euiirluiia and demoraliiiin
to good rltiriiahip." In thla connec
tion, ihe Grange declared for the i,mir
iuahxtion of the biirdena of govern
ment and the atrentheiiintf ol il,.
al tone of the people. The executive
committe wn limtructed to initiate leg.
illation that will accompli Mi thedeaired
leaulta in Ihe raiaiiiir ol revenue. Th
com mil lee alao re,m mended the judi
l iuiia n ae of the initiative and reh-ren-dum
on all iuextioiif ol Importance.
Alter declaring that Urn educational
ymeuiof Una country, while tuierior
to mat ol any other nation, la uarenu-1
for I'ortland the meeting of that body for
!K)6. It waa decided (O conduct liranua
hea.hjuartera at the alate fair grounds
gam tin year. By reaolution. the
iiraiiKe voted to have the national fla
it .... "
iioaung irorn every hall IP w hich at any
lime a meeting of the Orange It held.
The urn of $750 waa appropriated from
Ihe Orange treaaury with which to fur
ther build and nund the organization
during the coming year.
ceptilile of Improvement. II, r,.,,,,.., i... 'Heft
" "! More
A rrlchlrned llorwe.
Running like mad down the atreel
dumping the occupant, or a bund ed
other accident, are every day occur
rence. It behoove everybody to have
a reliable halve handy and there 'e none
o good at Dm-klen'i Arnica Halve.
Ilurna, Cula Sore, Kc xema and I'llea
diapper auicklv under it aonthinv
25c at 'jeo. A. Uarding'i Drug
0, A. S1TAUT, M- I).
tiftlce lu VtillaMirtl l,l.
Oregon l ily, Oregun !
O 111 re hour: lo a m. lo l m., 1 to 4 p, m. !
ami 7 in p. in, .
Ppeclal attention Paul lo Uhaumaliiui ai,u
Call i,arnt day or night '
rpill CUatMRKDAL HAMC
CP OKEiiilN nir
I fltal, ....
liop.oa j i
TaaKtACTai oama.L ar,iioai-.iHi.a t
Ijiana ma, Id. IIIII. ti.i-,iiiuir,t. jak rl i J
ln-!iuti If it v anj .Hit ri, l,anr on all tliit ' Z.
In Hi 1'iilir.l Miatra, Kur,, ami llmif limit, j I
1'i-iMiall. rr. ,.-r, n,l,),., i i rh k liaiia . T
epeu Imm v a. a. lu r. M. I
I' . l-ATofliKriK.
f. J alKVKK
( a.h ar.
(), W. KASTHAM
ArrtUJNLY AT LAW
Land Tlilr. Kiamlnril.
Ir.-,l, M,,rlKart Jiranii.
Atifra. t. Ma,le,
Rank ol Urrifim Ciy,
l iiiKons Cut. Oh. !
E. H. COOPER,
Rrnl I-statr. Inauriiiicc, Title Examin
ed, AbMrncta Made, Pccdn, Mortj;iir
ml Etc, drawn.
OARDI BLDO. ORCOAN CITY, OR.
J. w. Noam
J. W. roWKLL
norr is & row ell
riiyilciant and Surgeont
Room 4 5-0
Oregon City. Ore.
The Shoe Ma
Of Oregon City. Will Dispose of his Entire
Stock of Boots and Shoes
Suit- will iM-jriii on Thursday Mar. 19th, at 10 o'clock
a. in, aim win continue until all coods arc t;olil. Wo in
vite all our friends (and that means everybody) in
"P1" iy, inrou:nnui jackanias ( ountv and in
lortland; to altend this sale. All our Roods are
new ami up-to-date, We will not quote prices here
out if you nted anything in the shoe line within the
next six inontiip, it will pay you to buy now. We
take this opportunity of thanking our inany friends
for their liberal patronage during the last 14 years..
We are very sorry to have to break the many Ties of
friendship that has existed between us for so long a
time but deem it wise to extent our business to
broader fields. Anyone finding themselves indebted
to us will please call promptly and settle their account.
Anv DnrtirS hnldim rnnruirt k.it.e el...... v-. r t .
Kilo? in the house will 1 marked in blue-iwucil fi Lure -so vou ran
ce at a tftwcv what the fcoods will cost vou. A sample pair of evcrv
kind will be ou an open table so VOtl Cfttl tlil'lf tilt? filwat V(Ui want i n
etantlv. We will have a numlwr of clerks on band so that all can be
w aited on )romptly. The earlier you come the more choice you have.
Please remember the date
Thursday March loth, 1003
Yours to Carumand,
McKITTRICK. '-The Shoe
Next Door to Bank of Oregon City
8- O'B.a 0. Bok.tbel
Attorney" at Lnw.
"HI praotloa in all court, nake oollectlont
nd MUlanienla of Katata.
'urnlali aliatrarla of title, lend you mom y
anH I....I m '
..hi jour money on nrti morgaga.
Office-In Enterprise Building,
Oregon City, Oregon.
Near Huntley's Drug Store,
FORTY YEARS EXPERIENCE IX
Ureat Britain and America.
N. H -Thii ad will apiwar in. Sundays Oregonvia
the elt-ctlOfi ol IJun
i-o-murg. a rongraiiMu lo aucreed
the lHt Tliomaa Tongue. Mr. Her
mmn't plurality in the uivtrirt willa
proximate ZUt). Clackamaa county,
which though ordinarily Kepuruicnn by
aUmt 0 plurality, it uaiiaily i-Usifleil
a doubtlul, bi-cauae of the uncertainly
of Ihe voting dixixwitiun of it elector
gave Koainra 2oJ plurality. (
unofficial return from the 37 prnnncta
of Ihe county give ilrrmau lOZ'i and
"""lien ll'7H Ti,e vule in l!j.' waa
Tong'ie, Weatherford, 1177.
eairaonnnary vote caat in ti ia
county ia dim.-ult of ati-lctory eiola
natlon. Only once befoie in the l,i.t,v
vi .uB Loiiniy, ani tlial Wa In IVJI.W'hen
there was a l'opulit landslide in (jla ka
ma, and Vanderhum (I'opuli!) carried
u.e couuiy over Tongue by about 370
I . u a 1. .
liai l.uiat none l)HIll-rall- in a
t'ongrewnonal election, rij-veml reanona
cnnirir.uteJ to the dieastrous result on
iiiunuay. itie Kepnhhrau Congreion
al candidate waatacriHced in iliii nm,,i.
by d trrentseifish oroiial intereata of
Iwal politician. Hut the real factor in
making postuble a Democratic victor in
Clackamaa county a the etay-at-home
iiepuuiican voter. it,e combined vote
01 noin Keames and Hermann ia only
l'305, or 237 lea than Tongue received in
tt.ia coun'y in I!X)2. Tongue't vote then
waa 2.V42. Keamea' vote ia only 86 in
excest of the yote received bv Weather
ford, who wat defeated by Tongue by
1381 plurality. So it will be wen that
the Democrat! polled practically their
full ate, or at leant enough Republican
votet to bring Rearoet' vote up to that
ctt by the minority party in 1902. On
the other hand, the Republicans lacked
more than 1,500 votes of casting the lame
tote that was cat for Tongue at the gen
eral election. The vote of the Socialist
is about 300. while they expected to poll
at least 600. Klrooie, the Prohibition
it candidate, did not receive more than
Fully 80 per cent of the vote in Oregon
City was cast, but in the rural dixtricte
the yote was exceotionally liijht, reduc-toWm-r
cent the average vote ot the
county. Tl e remarkable change in this
county i attributed directly to indiffer-
ence of Republicans, many , of whom.
IliougU professing alleitiance to Her
mann, deliberately knifed him at the
Veils and aecretly worksd against him.'
Many Republican vo'ers rvfuaed to go to
Ihe poll at all, which, with the vigorous
work of the Democrat who. enrouraeed
by the possibility of Keamea' election,
(Killed practically their full vote, ia re
pnible for the Democratic euccees in
The following comparntive tahle fhows
the vote for congreM-mHn at the general
election in lla.12, and that of Herman and
11-11 a new anrnmr
fee for the saking, which tell all
laineairom any .if ent of the Oregon
I Kallroxd A Xaviiratlr.n I'.. ... i
J" C'a'n. General Paenger Agent, Port
I Kbont the delivhtful reaon of the
I of the f'olnmbia River. This ran
WELL ADAPTS I) TO JUIRUMJ.
Remarkable l.rawih f Indiis'ry Pre
dfrtet la Ihl Ceniity.
Mr. (Jeo-ge W. Weeks, who ia now
01 the road for the Hazelwood Lairy
v,ii ma county ami was surprised
t finding how Wonderfully well it is
adapted by nature to dairying. In the
Molalla section he found the natural
conditions ideal for dairying. On ac
count of Ihe distance from the railroad
little has yet ben done in Ihe dairy line
in that portion of lh county, but the
farmers are showing much interest and
the demand lor eeparaors promisee to
be bin-k. It ie mlouhtediy a fact tbat
tlackamsa ia destined to Urcoroe one of
the greatest dairy counties of the Pacific
Aorthwest. The electric line which ia
soon to reach tpringwater will be a great
factor in promoting the development of
ie inousiry. By the time a line runs
tlirongh the Molalla rnnnlr. as,m. f ,k.
j . ''
u,r7 coontiet will be surprised
aiu.e volume of the dairy product of
viacaamaa county.-Oregon Agricultur-
8TRIIK BT LUB A5D EILLED.
Cberlee McGevera, of Marmot. Meeti
Hllh Paul Afcldent.
Charle McGove rn Willi M... nariK.
Sandy river, about three mile east of
Marmot, in thia county, waa aim. k .,n
the bead by a falling limb while felling
trees Monday afternoon and aimoet in
stantly killed. The news of the fatal
accident was brought to ibie city Tuesday
by Jas. Feules.of Bull Run nrM-inpl aim
delive.ed the election returns to the
county clerk. Mct.overn waa injured
during the afternoon anil liH .t in
o'clock in the evenine. The driu.H
was aged about oO years and wat a wid
ower. Coroner Holman was notified of
the accident, but did not consider that
an inquest waa necessary.
tenant of Company V. Thinl ILxw
O. N. it, ha been selected grand mar
shal. E R. Woodward and K. (1 I'iw
Held are secretary and treasurer reapee
tivety of the celebration committee.
The various siib-cotnmitteee are as M
Solicit ingL. Adam, chairman; A.
jvnapp. D. C. Ely.J. M. price. W.
Kertaon, hd Johnnon, (ienrge W. Ilannl
gan, J. Faircloiiiih, Richard FreylaR.
Adveitiaing J. . Howard, ohuir
manj Frank Hunch, William Andrea n,
Parade ( ieorge A. Hurding, chair
man ; J. R. Shaver. I' T. lir.Miti, T 11
Suhivan, Charle K. Horn.
(General arrangement J. p k". -n.,,.
chairman; R. Koerner. J. W. Iwler, K
G. Catitield. C. U. Huntlev. K. E. I'har!
man, T. F. Ryan, Robert A. Miller.
Kntertainment-Georg-j T. Howard,
chairman; G. C. Fields, R. E. VVoo,
ward. C. U. Huntley, E. H. Biodie. J.
U West over, J. p. Lnveft, C. W. Evan
Speakers George C. Urownell, chair
man ; G. B. Dimick, Max Rollack, I.tvy
Btipp, Gordon E. Hayes.
Baseball-Ed Field., chairman ; Cliae.
Kelly, t. L. Taylor, P. O. Shark, How-
aru sx. rvrowneil
Firemen '. H. Howell, chairman;
Bruce Zumwalt. L Ruconich, Chria
Hartman, u. E. Ramsby.
Racee Charles W. Pope, Dr. M. O
filnrkland. II. Tremhath, 8. J. Burford
George Yoong, Cbarlet Woodward.
Firework. C. Schuebel, chairman;
T. P. Randall, A. Robertson, George F.
Horton, George Rxdaway.
Muaic A.H Dreaaer. chairman; L.
Moore, Mr. E. E. Charman. B. Nah.
Mrs. L. L. Porter. Mrs. Clark Oanonn,
Mrs. Kate Ward Pope, George Oadke.
Sports Dr. W. E. Carll, chairman ; J.
W. Moffatt. John C. Rra.ll.. w.n
Cole, Dr. George Iloeye.
H0X0REI) THE SOLDIER DEtD
Mr. Galloway Delivers Oratliin !ni.
ouEtiox cirif hot hoxoked.
Probably Afcept Professarship In
fale Alto Hih Sciool.
C - w
rrecinct. s 5 ! - C
- x t-l?
l Ihl Hind toi Haw lwm Boul
jut - m a-"
As long as they last we will give with
each bottle of Red Line Cough Syrup,
25c or 50c; Red Line Sarsaparilla, GOc,
or Red Lino Condition Powders, 2oc, a
Pepsine Stomach Bitters or Peruvian
Bitters $1.00 a bottle, is an excellent
poring tonic, and with each bottle we
give a fine MIRROR FREE.,
Chhrmrn Si Co.
Ea.le Creek. ....
Oiegon City No. 1.
" Mo. 2.
' " No. 3
Weet Oregon City.
Homer D. Martin, of this city, who
has been offered the chair of Latin and
German in the Pulo Alto High School, is
a native Clackamas county boy and an
example of a svif made man. Aher ac
quiring a common school education
in ine scliools ol this city under Prof.
Rigler, who is now superintendent of the
ttie Portland school. Mr. Alartin went
to Manford and tx,k a special course in
the languages. He completed the course
ami waa graduated last month with Imn.
ore. tignt years ago he waa employed
cutting wood and grubbing stumps on
his (ather'a farm.
Prof. Martin ie the son cf D. B. Mar
tin, of Mount Pleasant, a suburb ot this
city, an, I was 27 years of age on the 8th
of May. In August, l'.XJ2, he wedded Mine
Lulu MeCray, of Pennsylvania. They
ic uow living at raio aito. 1'rof. Mar
tin has been offered a number of profes
sorships and while he lias not tirally de
cided, he will probably accept the offer
from the Palo Alto school.
POPULAR NORTH BEACH.
Excursion Steamer T. J. Potter Uoea
Info Sfrvlce 27.
Those who are tilannin? their vacation
thie year will be interested in knowing
that the DODular en nrainn nam.., T
J. Potter, queen of river boats, goee into
service June L'7, and that she will leave
Portland, d Urintf the aeaaon. av.rv Aav
from Tueeday until Saturday inclusive.
To see the beauties of the nii-tnreamia
and mighty Columbia from the decks of
the Potter ia a treat never to be forgot
ten. For apeed and ijrace Bothinir in
nverorlake service in the entire Wet
Quale (hit Bide-wheel lieantv. Viva
hours from Portland and one from Aatn.
ria, through the famona tirthintf m-.t...
of the Columbia, cast score of alnr,n
traps and nets and aa many white-winged
fish boats, landa the pa-sengera at 11
waco, where close connection it made
for beach points w ith trains of the II
waco Railway & Navigation Company,
whose cart stand on the wharf awaiting
the steamer. The beach it twenty-seven
mnea long, two hundred yards wide at
low tide, and to bard tbat i
woeeia scarcely leave a mark. It ia an
PRISE CROP WILL BE LARUE.
Every Indication That Fruit Ha Sot
Been Injured by Weather.
TL . Ti l! . a
iub uauan prune is always more or
less uncertain in lit habits and it it not
surprising that there are tome orchards
mis year which lor no apparently sutfi
cient cause have very few prunet, taya
an exchange. In the greater part of
western Uregon and Western Washing
ton, however, the Italian trees are now
carrying all the fruit they can stand. In
au well cared lor orchards the treea are in
most vigorous condition and show com
paratively little indication of damage by
the brown rot fungus. There will be
leet difference than neual, probably, in
the time of ripening of the low land and
bill orchards. For the most part the or
chards which fail tbia year are those
wuich by reasoa of their unusually pro
tected locations, opened tbeir blossoms a
lew days in advance of other orcharda
4 number of orchards so situated went
caoghl by frost. The mass of
the orchards which have bloom tan
early tor a number or years past were re
tarded by cold -weather thla anriniraml
opened their blossoms at a very favora-
uio iime. io reason now appears to
prevent me nortnwest from harvest nv
the largest prune crop in its history this
year. Owing to the destruction of the
crop in France and the reduction in Cal
ifornia's crop from that of last year there
ia no fear of an excessive supply of
prune, and satisfactory prices should
Indies aud Children Invited.
All ladies and ctiildren who cannot
stand the shocking strain of laxative
syrups, cathartics, etc., are invited to
tiy the famous Little Early Risers. They
are different from all other pills. They
do not purge the system. Kveu a double
dose will uot Kripe, weaken or sicken;
many people call them the Essy Pill.
W. II. Howell, Houston, Tex., says
nothing better can be nsed for constipa
tion, sick headache, etc. Bob Moore,
Lafayette, Ind., says all others gripe or
sicken, while I Witt's Little Early Mis
carriage 1 m 0 tbeir work. well and easy. Soid
vj vjcv. a. urnxumg.
All Oregon City united Saturdav in
i honoring the soldier and yailor dead of
tne nation, two hundred school chil
dren joined w ith the veterant of Meade
Post No. 2 G. A. R the ladies of the W.
R. C. and Company A, Third Regiment,
O. N. G.. and the citliens generally, in a
proper observance of the day.
About 9:30 o'clock, aline of march
waa formed, and after strewing floral
tributes in the waters ol the Willamette,
in honor of the sailor dead of the coun
try, the pageant moved to Shively'a
opera house, w here the formal exercise,
of the day were held. Music wa fur
nished by the Park place band. For the
first time in the history of the G. A. K.
of the state, a woman delivered the nuiil
memorial address. Mrs. Emma Gallo
way, of this citv. wm the nramr nt 11,1
pday, and delivered an eloquent and ap-
At the conclusion of the address by
Mrs. Galloway, Major Wm. Hancock
Clark was presnnted and related remin
iscences of the Civil War The aneaiur
served as a major in the Conlederate
army during the Rebellion and claims
the honor of being the firat Conledersta
ollieer to extend to the L'nion army tht
right hand of fellowship at the close of
Following the exercises at the opera
house, which concluded with (lie singing
of "America," the members of the G. A.
R. and their friends proceeded to Moun
tain View cemetery, where they decor
ated the graves of denarted comrade
and carried out the usual ritualistic work.
the following is the, program as pre
sented at the opera houe;
Selection Park place Band
Address Commander Meade Post
?'YeT Rev. w. 8. Grimm
ocal solo, "Battle Hymn of the Repnh-
''c" Master Howard Zineer
Memorial Address, Mrs. Emma Galloway
Address Major tllark
ANOTHER PI0SEER HAS DEP1REI).
Mrs. Elizabeth C. Baack. Who Crom,fl
The Plains in is;.'!, It Dead.
Mrs. Elizabeth C.
June 1, at the home
Rauch, who died
of her rlanihiur
Mrs. Mary A. Maddock. in this citv.
a pioneer of 1853. and at the iim id h.
death waa 82 years of age. Sue was the
widow of the late Jacob Ranch, who
died May 30, 1902.
I he deceased w as born in PhilaH.i.
phia, Pa September 10, 1821, and after
wards removed to St. Clair countv r it.
noia, where In 1838 sbe wat wedded to
Mr. Rauch. In 1S53 the croaaeil o,.
plains and located ou a donation l..,i
claim in Clackamas county, six miles
south of Oregon City, where she resided
continuously for more than forty years.
During the last ten yeara Mrs Raucli
made ber home with her daughter in
this city. Besides a larve number nf.
grandchildren, the deceased is survived,
by three children, as follow: W. J.
Ranch, of Gladstone; Mrs. Mary A.
Maddock, ol Oregon City; and Mr.
Margaret L. Telcher. of (Iran.vilu
Mrs. Rauch leave a .! clr.-l. f
friends among htr old neighbors, who
have for the many long veait of ac
quaintance manilested the moat Gl'al
love and unbroken friendship for the de
F'uneral eervicct weis conducted.
Wednesday morning at Canby and bu
rial was bad in tbe Caoby cemetery.
Smlth't Daadratr Pomade
stops itching scalp upon one application,
three to tix removes all dandruff ami
will atop (ailing Lair. Price M cents a