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OREGON CITY ENTERPRISE, FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 1908.
Canby and Southern Clackamas
. ;,...! . CANBY, ; ..;rt 1 '
tMUdrqd Wang and Orva Seaton; Ve
. celved their 1 eighth prado diplomas
: from the County tola week.
Leo Eokerson In the proud father
of a new eight pound girl, who arriv
ed last Saturday. Mother and babe
are doing fine.
Mrs. John Culler presented her hus
band with a baby gill Sunday.
The city; council has ordered the
street commissioner to repair several
Mr. Williams has opened a new
candy store in the Mack building.
Mrs. J. H. Bisell, who has been sick
with quinsy, is better.
Jack Howard has bought out Mc
Mrs. Grace Fatch Is in the post
office. W. B. Thompson, who lives east of
town, unloaded a large threshing ma
chine outfit this week.
Geo. Fletcher is on a short busi
ness trip to Spokaue.
A. D. Gribble went to Monument,
Eastern Oregou, on a business trip.
His son Allen is in that country.
C. L. Bates and E. L. Dodge were In
Portland this week attending tho Ma
sonic Grand Lodge.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Shank and Wm
Blsseil, who have been visiting Mrs.
Harvey Bisssll htve started lor Kla
math in a wagon. They are looking
for a location. If they are not satis
fied in Southern Oregon they intend
to go into northern California.
Mrs. Mary Caruthers, who has been
sick, is better. She has been at t:o
home of her niece Mrs. Ivan Dloiick,
near Adkln's Mill.
I. D. Hutchins and wife returned
last week from Tekoe, Washinstou.
Lightning struck the Mutual tele
phone wires across the Willamette
river the last of the week and burned
out several batteries.
Mrs. John Ingle of Portland and
her sister Mrs. Bridges, are visiting
friends in Canby. Mr. Ingle was for
merly the station agent In Canby. He
will take up work in Roseburg thi3
Mrs. Barney Cronln has moved to
her summer home at Wllsonvllle so
as to be near her husband, who is in
the employ of the west side car line.
Mrs. Warren Lee is visiting her
parents at Needy.
County Superintendent Gary was in
Canby Wednesday to help the com
mittee on grounds lay out the race
track for the County Fair. Mr. A.
Pratt, of Aurora, a race track man,
was on hand to give his expert ad
vice. The track is to be one half
mile long with the straight aways
660 feet long. Each curve will then
measure 660 feet The couaty court
has agreed to give $250 to the Fair.
Mr. Sias is again able to look after
his jewelry business.
Canby beat the Bruns Beavers by a
score of 8 to 1 last Sunday. Last Sat
urday Canby won a hard fought fight
against St. Paul at Hubbard. At the
end of the 7th inning the score stood
2 to 1. In the eighth inning R. Baty
made a three base hit bringing in
three runs. This gave our men new
life and the score stood 6 to 2 at the
end of the game. The St. Paul catch
er had the misfortune to break his
finger. Next Sunday Canby is going
to St Paul to bring back another base
John Etzel's horse ran away Satur
day and eluded a crowd of men eager
to stop its flight After a rounda
bout trip the buggy ran against a
picket fence near the blacksmith shop
and the whole bed left the wheels.
Mr. Etzel's young son stuck with the
seat and escaped unharmed.
Services at the M. E. Church for
next Sunday are? Sunday School 10
A. M.; preaching, 11 A. M.; Children's
Class 3 P. M.; Ep worth League, 7:00
P. M.; Children's Day Exercises 8:00
P. M. The Ladies Aid will meet on
Wednesday at the parsonage.
The W. C. T. U. will hold their reg
ular meeting on Friday at 2:30 P. M.
They have planned a silver medal
contest for June 30.
Mr. Coe delivered 100 pounds of rhu
barb, 100 pounds of gooseberries, and
50 pounds of strawberries at Bright-
bill's store in Oregon City on Market
Messrs. R. S. Coe, Chas. Roth, Adam
Killiner, Geo. Fellows, C. P. Blazier,
F. Scothen, J. Taylor, Harvey Doug
las and A. R. Cummlngs have donated
berries to the Rose and Strawberry
rhow at Oregon City.
The house belonging to Oscar
Strieker and occupied by Mrs. M. E.
Wright was totally destroyed the lat
ter part of last week. Only a few
pieces of furniture were saved. There
was no insurance.
'strawberries.-' - ' ' ;
The Central Tolnt Sunday School is
practicing for Children's. .Day, which
will be held Juno 28, in thb evening,
Mr. Thompson went to Canby Tuos-'
day and returned with a bran new ;
threshing outfit, which looks good to.
his neighbors. I
Hay making Is the latest
Thomas Kellaud is tho possessor of
a flue new buggy. Girls bear in mind
that almost halt of leap year Is gone
and Tom Bays his buggy does not ride
comfortable with only cue lu it. Sit
up and take notice.
Aubust Bivmer, Sr., receiver a dis
patch from Iowa Monday stating the
death of his brother. Mr. lliemer
left immediately to attend too funer
al. Mr. Dooney has sold his farm on
tho west side to a Portland man, who
will plant it out id peaches.
Supervisor Staehely has fixed the
roads in fine shape and the automobll
ists delight in seeing how much dust
they can stir up and how fast they
can get away from it.
Mr. Martin, of Twilight, Is building
a fine barn on his farm.
It being customary for railroad
compauies to pension their faithful
servants after 20 years, the S. P. Co. ,
has taken advantage of one of their j
most faithful by laying him off after !
using his services for 19 years and
nine months as track walker. 11. P. !
Wink was given a 90-day lay off the
first of the month without cause.
Agnes Relf narrowly escaped being
struck by a large rock one day last
week that rolled from the cliff above
the railroad between here and Canby.
Miss Lottie Relf, of Oregon City,
spent Sunday with her parents.
Miss Clara Walker, of The Dalles,
is visiting friends here this week.
Elmer Veteto is building an addi
tion to Mr. Anthony's house.
Mrs. Julius Frledrich, of Portland,
Is visiting relatives here.
D. McArthur took in the Rose Car
Mr. Burgoyne and daughter Carrie,
teturned last week from Seattle,
where they had been viewing a por
tion of the great fleet we bear so
OREGON CITY'S BUSY STORE fe
8th Annual June White Sale-All White Goods Reduced
Hay making Is the feature of the
day near and about Central Point
Everybody believes In making hay
while the sun shines.
Mr. and Mrs. Al Alger left Satur
day for the Cascade Locks for a few
days' stay. Chester Glasier and Char
He Cahill have charge of the ranch in
Alger's absence. v
Mrs. Lottie Penman and daughter
Mabel accompanied by Mrs. E. A.
Scheer, went to Portland to see the
Rose Carnival Wednesday and Thurs
day and report a lovely time. They
also saw the two cruisers, the York
town and Charleston, which was dec
orated for the occasion.
Mike Stauber and family visited
Mr. Hoffman's of Hog Hollow Sun
day. Mrs. Lena Young and sons passed
through our quiet little burg this
Newt. Creltxer is making hay for
Elmer Veteto this week.
August Scheer haa been helping Im
prove the road at Twilight Hall, and
felled one of Twilight's largest trees
which measure over seven feet.
Mrs. Eastman and grandchildren
were Portland visitors Wednesday.
Mrs. Etta Randall was a Portland
visitor this week, returning Saturday.
Mrs. Lottie Penman and Mrs.
Scheer visited Mrs. Penman's mother,
Mrs. Eastman, Sunday; also Rev. Ar
thur May, of Salem.
The Misses Elsie and Ettabell
Creltier,. Alt Scheer and Myrle Pen
man, vent to Canby Monday to pick
Mr. and Mrs. George Hyatt, of Gold-
endale, Wash., are guests of Mr. and
Mrs. A. Mautz.
School closed Friday, June 3, with
a picnic which was well attended by
both pupils and patrons.
Miss Emma Van Hoy entertained a
few of her friends Thursday evening
at whist An enjoyable time was bad
by all present
Mis3 Van Hoy left Saturday for a
two weeks' visit with friends at Sll
verton. Miss Ruth Anderson, of Portland,
spent a few days last week visiting
with the Misses Shlrlie and Merta
Mr. and Mrs. Van Hoy entertained
friends from Goldendale, Wash., Sun
day. The Willamette and Maple Lane
teams played on the Maple Lane dia
mond Sunday, the score being In fa
vor of the latter team. The Maple
Lane and Canemah nines will play
here next Sunday.
Mrs. Splinter and daughter, May,
and Miss Darr attended the Rose Car
nival In Portland last Thursday.
The mumps are making the rounds
here at present. Mrs. Kunzman,' Ar-
lie and Weslie Kunzman, Frances
Schmidt George Derrick and May
Splinter having them.
Mr. and Mrs. Kyle, of Oregon City,
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs
BOYS AND GIRLS DAY.
Popular Service Next Sunday at Bap
Next Sunday, June 14th, 1908, will
be boys' and girls' day at the First
Baptist Church in Oregon City. In
the morning at 10:30 o'clock, the
quarterly services of the "Boys' and
Girls' Church" will be held. This has
become a very popular service In the
fact that the boys and girls take full
charge and Invite their parents and
adult friends to attend. The "Cheer
ful Givers," a class of girls In the
Sunday School, will have charge this
Sunday. They will usher, take the
offering, welcome strangers, and sing
In the choir. The subject of the ser
mon by the pastor will be: "Do It
Willingly and Gladly."
In the evening at 7:45 o'clock, will
be held the "Children's Day" service
of the Sunday School. A fine program
has been prepared and very attractive
for old and young. This service in
the years gone by has always been
well attended by the parents and
friends of the children and the com
mittee in charge is looking for a large
gathering tnls year. A cordial invita
tion is extended to all to attend both
of the above services.
Entire Stock of Women's
Suits and Skirts
A very large assortment
of new and pretty styles
all marked at
"June White Days" Prices
An opportunity to secure handsome
suit or skirt at a tremendous saving.
Let us show you.
YOUR JVSli SEEDS CAS IW
supplied nt small cost hr taking
advantage of this great movement
of Midsummer M ere h a ndise.
Warm Weather Goods are in ac
tive demnnd, und it is on this class
of merchandise that the savings
in this GRIiATSAUi rjo lie
found. Make plans to come early
and have your share of the bur'
gains, take first choice of the good
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Great reductions in
Lot of high grade Suits dur
ing this sale
OREGON CITY'S BUSY STORE
ASK FOR RED TRADING STAMPS
$300, making a total of $500. Puryear
osks for $1000 which Is JuBt double
the amount of his losses.
CASTOR I A
Por Iufanti ind Children.
Til M You Hare Always Bought
SUE MILWAUKEE CLUB.
Temperature 86, Monday 11 A. M.
Mr. Klllgore, who bought Gus Wil
cox' farm, has taken possession of the
Election passed off quietly and un
doubtedly the majority is satisfied.
Local option took quite a wave as It
Uncle Joe Suter, an old veteran, of
Eagle Creek, and Mrs. Wilcox' brother
is reported quite sick.
William Moore is on a visit to his
uncle, Ed. Clossner.
The Saturdays and Sundays base
ball teams, had a match game Satur
day, the Sunday's 13; Saturday's 9.
Earl Shlbley got badly hurt by a ball
striking him near the eye.
Children's Day will be celebrated
at the church Sunday, June 14. There
will be a fine program and everybody
L. Puryear Lost $500 at Tables and
The suit of O. L. Puryear against
the Mllwaukie Country Club, Isaac
Gratton, Vic Grattcn, S. J. Jones and
J. E. Culllson will be tried today be
fore a Jury in Judge McBride's court.
Suit was filed last December. Pur
year went to the club October 20,
1907, and played twenty-one, but was
so unlucky that he lost $20. Eight
days later he returned and sought to I
get his money back by playing a van-'the hill attended the baseball game
We are enjoying fine weather again.
Guy Woodle, of Dover, was down
to his father's last week.
Mrs. J. D. Douglass, of Dufur, made
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Fow
lett, a brief visit last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Palfrey made a flying
trip to Portland on Monday.
Jim DeShazer, of Flrwood, was seen
in this burg Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Cooke, of Da
mascus, were visiting with Mrs.
Cooke's parents, Mr. and Mrs. How
lett, and her sister, Mrs. J. D. Doug
lass, last Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Douglass and
Miss Ida Sweeney, of Stevenson,
Wash., attended the baseball game at
Eagle Creek Sunday. They returned
to Portland on Monday.
H. F. Gibson, of Barton, was seen
on the hill, Sunday.
Mrs. Viola Douglass and son, Wil
liam, made a business trip to Port
Miss Nettie Woodle is making a
visit at her bhother Guy's home.
Ray Woodle purchased a pig of Dick
Gibson on Monday. Mr. Gibson has
some very fine young pigs.
A goodly number of the people on
and were beaten by the "Farmer
Boys" by a score of 9 to 12. Perhaps
a "professional" team had better come
and play these "Fanner Boys," a
game and see which will be the win
ners. Next Sunday the Eagle Creek team
intends to go to Sea Side to play a
game of ball.
Roy Cooper, of Barton, was visiting
with friends on the hill Sunday.
BAKER MAKES COMPLAINT.
ety of games, but this time he lost
$180. He was desperate and went
back the following day, but fortune
was ever a fickle jade and would not
smile on him and he departed minus
on Sunday. There was a large crowd
to witness the performance. Some of
the best players of the Spanton and
Trl-CIty League teams, of Portland,
came out and played with Eagle Creek
Three days of sunshine and already
some are kicking. "Too hit," they
say. Is it because they are natural
born klclters, or it Is because they
are true web-footers, and can't stand
much sun? Who will answer?
Road work was resumed Monday af
ter several days' lay off on acount of
Mrs. George Wolf is still on the
Mrs. J. W. Exon and Mrs. A. J.
hitzmiller went to Oregon City Sun
day. Mrs. Exon went to sea. her
daughter Jennie, who is sick at that
place, and Mrs. Kltznjlller to consult
with a doctor in regard to her own
health which has been failing of late.
Rev. W. A. Watters is expected up
from town. Dr. Watters is making
numerous improvements on his farm.
He expects to erect a new house and
barn, and other outbuildings this Sum
mer. Mr. L. E. Coon, manager on
the Watters farm, Is busy getting out
l he timbers now. This Is the kind of
men that build up a rural country.
Those that have the "get up and
move" blood in their veins.
Rev. J. W. Exon preached the an
nual educational sermon at this place
There Is preaching at the Dover M.
E. church on the first and third Sun
days of each month at 10:30 A. M. and
Sunday School evoy Sunday. Every
Alex BewB, the deputy road super
visor of this district, was In Oregon
City last week transacting the month
ly road business.
Mrs. G. R. Woodle, of Pleasant Hill,
stayed with her mother, Mrs. A. J.
Kltzmiller the latter part of last
Lawrence Robertson made a busi
ness trip to Portland last week.
Say, neighbor, did you notice the
grain and potatoes grow the last three
days? Well they did, and the straw
berries also grew, red. I
Would Shut Out Portland
J. B. Schaffer, proprietor of tho
Royal Bakery, of Oregon City, has a
grluvanco against the Royal Bakery,
of Portland and the Butter-Nut Bread
Company of the metropolis which he
aired before tho city council in a com
munication, which was laid on the
table by that body. Mr. Schaffer com
plains that Portland competition In
the bread lino is fierce and should be
frowned upon and for that reason he
suggests that the city compel Portland
bakeries selling bread at Oregon City
to pay a license. '
The council elected Bruce Zunv
wait a member of the Board of Water
Commissioners to succeed T. L. Char
man. On the first ballot Mr. Charman
received one vote, Mr. Zumwalt three,
and John FInucane three. On tho sec
ond ballot the councilman who votod
TACKLES0N TO STAND
TRIAL IN NOVEMBER
Former Canby Saloon It Agln Indi
cted By the District
DlHtrlct Attorney Gilbert 1 lied
Kh mirprUed II. K. Tacklenon Tues
day by returning a new Indictment
HKiUnHt him. and TackluHon was arr
eted without warning on a bench war
rant and his ball was fixed at $U00,
which is double the amount of bis
bond under tho former indictment,
which charged him with selling beer
to minors at Canby. Tho new chargo
is for Belling whlHkcy and Is connect
ed more directly with tho Klnzel rase.
Tackleson will lie trlcil nt thn Nnvi.m.
for Charman switched to Zumwalt, :b(,r term of tho Circuit Court, lien
Seeley'i Best Flour.
giving him four votes,
The ordinance granting to the Haw
ley Pulp & Paper Company the right
to construct switches and turnouts on
South Main street to connect with the
main tracks of the Portland Railway,
Light & Power Company was passed.
Mr. Myers entered a protest against
E. Andrews, stating that the latter
had fenced up the street for a cow
pasture. The matter was referred to
the three councllmen from the third
The Mayor and Recorder were di
rected to sign a contract with tho
Southern pacific Company for the
construction of the new overhead
crosslag on Sixth street. The mayor
and members of the council will
make an inspection of the newly Im
proved Madison street next Sunday
noon, preparatory to the acceptance of
Colton Letter List
List of unclaimed letters at the post
office, Colton, Ore., for the month end
ing May 30:
Women's List Smith, Miss Effle,
Moor, Mrs.; Zlmmalt, Mrs. Josle; An
derson, Miss Almlda; Morrison, Mrs.
Men's List Mardelsch, Jakar: Fer
rary, Mr. Gjuslppe; Roseberrey, L. 8; change for sound work horse.
IlormoHher, Poter llolberg and Jamen
Jesse wero Indicted last Fall, the first
two pleading guilty and escaping with
light fines, while Johho fought tho Is
ano and wag convicted and sentenced
to pay a flno and serve a term In jail.
Upon petition of nearly all of tho res
idents of Cunby, Including two mlnlH
tors who had been prominent In the
effort to suppress the Hqnor traffic at
Canby, JeHoe was finally paroled by
Judge McBrldo, in order that he might
support his family. Tackleson was
given a trial, but the Jury failed to
reach an agreement, and It was sup
posed that he would consent to plead
guilty, but he evidently changed his
mind, If he ever had any such Inten
tion. Should TackleBon be convicted
upon a second trial he will not get
off with light punishment.
Lund, Mr. J. B.
Licenses to marry have been grant
ed to Laura Miller and Henry J. Stick
ney, Anna L. Shubert and Arthur L.
Kuehl, and Nellie F. Flynn and George
Mrs. W. L. Block left Saturday ev
ening for Chicago to attend the grad
uating exorcises of the Chicago Musi
cal College. Her daughter, Miss Es
sie M. Block, graduates with high hon
ors from that Institution June 16. MIhs
Block graduated from the Poabody
Conservatory of Music In Baltimore a
year ago. Mother and daughter will
return to Oragon City In about three
For Sale, good disc plow or will ei-
Britten, Meldrum Place.