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OREGON CITY ENTERPRISE, FRIDAY JUNE 19, 1908.
NEWS 01 THE COUNTY
Mrs. Joe Simons is veijr low and is
not expected to recover. She has
been sick for about four weeks.
Mrs. George Adams has gone to
Forest Grove to visit a Bister, who
Mrs. George Scott Is visiting this
week with her mother and sister, Mrs.
Kayler and Miss Florie.
Many people are having to plant
their gardens over on account of our
recent long cold spell, causing seed
to rot in the ground.
Mrs. C. E. Dart has been quite ill
the past week with tonsilitis.
Roy Phelps is again made happy by
the coming of a son to his home on
Saturday, June 13.
Mrs. J. H. Quinn postponed her trip
to Yaquina Bay until later.
The picnic that was to be held at
Teazel Creek has been postponed in
definitely on acount of camp meeting,
which Rev. Caulder, of Marquam, ex'
pects to begin on the 20th of June, at
the Glad Tidings camp ground.
Children's Day exercises were hold
Sunday in the M. E. church. A large
crowd was present and an enjoyable
time was had by all.
Brehm and Kerr of Logan, are busy
clearing up the latter s place here.
Mr. Polehn is considering the ad
Vlsability of renting his place and em
barking in the lumber business in
the Evergreen state.
Jas. Fullam is having considerable
slashing done on the Comer place.
Work on the new road has been re
Charles Hooper is breaking land
and planting It to potatoes.
Miss Nannie Andrus successfully
closed a long term of school, last Fri
day. John Mattoon has taken up a home
stead in 3outhern Oregon.
Mr. Davis is working for Mr. Ful
lam. A. O. Hollingsworth recently invest
ed In Borne thorough-bred Lincoln
shire sheep from the farm of Mr.
Hawley, of McCoy.
Beautiful haying weather.
Mr. Byers is picking early cherries.
Mr. Henrlch has a gang of Japs
picking strawberries and peas.
Mr. Wollor's saw and planing mill
is running full blast.
Clear Crook Creamery Is doing fine,
turning out about C000 pounds of but
ter and 3000 pounds of cheese a week.
Mr. Buchman Is doing a wholesale
business in selling farm implements.
Ho sold about 15 mowers and rakes.
Mr. Morely's mare Jumped across
Rock Creek and broke her tall.
Mr. Gerhardus has boen haying all
Mr. Holloiibach Is digging new po
tatoes for early market.
Mr. Dye almost sold his farm last
'Mr. Soot Is picking peas for Port
I Good weather still continues
I Grain, hay and potatoes are doing
their best these days for the farmers,
who planted their crops in carefully
............. o prepared soil, and have cultivated
. . ti , , those crops that required it since.
Bat Sullivan is better again after Tne farmr fm8 and doM ,t
a sick speii. mn0 right Is the one who is the content-
Mr Marquardt and w-w?tlapUned and happy man.
are shipping cream together to Port- Road wQrk ,8 M,u progresslng ln
Iana- - - Ittiis district, the work being done now
i nrini 'on' tne roa" to Sandv between Deep
o t v. j nJn',.n ,k. Creek hill and the Jim DeShazer place.
S. E. Gerber and Bdw n Gerber have Tne terrltory comprlslng the present
bought Chris Tellefson s hay baler
and as they had previously bough .the ed f other dlstrl't and was fiad.
Gerber thresher, they are ready to do , negIected whlle now she etg ner
business in these lines. . 'just proportion of road money and
. nhHS Tf'Lef?0n haS bB ? 1 Z within a year or two the people of
huller which is a new departure for rf haye
Logan, and will give a welcome cuse8 to tne cnance Btran wno
chance to have home grown seed , eg fc f h
The Logan first and second teams holes wh,cn na;e caused the
the latter assisted by two from the j tnankfu, that he t tnr n
Parkplace team, had a game. of ball allye . ,
last Sunday on the home grounds Th'e annual BchQo meetiQg
?LheSCo0,re ,W 3 V o rather stormy affalr Monday. One fea-
he first nine. A game arranged tufe f a , '
for next Sunday here, with the Eagle ,, , . ,,",, tn ha ' ?
-l j J uvviut vji. v-v ilium, ue uocu
m tt v w fr clearing and fencing the school
William Heelis and wife have been . , , 6 tl, ,.i
grounds and repainting the school
hnnaa Thla mat with i-irrw-iai tftn knt
T. H. Foster and James Cromer conslde.uble debateTa led by
m n n nn or timi-lr rrt a larva ham
a vote of twelve in favor and six
against. Frank Enhart was re-elected
out from Portland visiting relatives.
have been at work on a large barn
for W. M. and H. H. Kirchera. The
. ton A n iiL u. f-,ciov. i- jl nun. ti"i"M i vr aa i ccicv,
i.amD " clerk and L. E. Coon was elected di-
large number of neighbors rector tQ takQ the pIace Qf fa D(j
luVr. Shazer, whose term expired. Let every
reporting a wedding in our next as the votfip ' k(, fln(1 fln.
reporter has an invitation on hand
As the resultof the school election
in the Lower Logan district, F. Mosier,
P. Kohl and W. P. Klrchem are direc
tors, and Mr. S. J. Wilson Is clerk.
An atempt was made to vote a tax,
but the effort failed, whereat some
are pleased and some displeased.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. F. Brown have
a son and it Is said that Fred is tall
er than usual.
L. O. Gerber and Maurice Ward
have gone to Southern Oregon.
Owing to the shortage of players,
the Oak Grove and Milwaukee ball
teams have consolidated for the bal
ance of the season, and succeeded in
defeating the Riverside team by the
score of 10 to 2, on their home
grounds last Sunday. Batteries; Riv
erside, Holbock, Wagner and Kennedy.
Milwaukee-Oak Grove, Miller and
Fine weather ftt presont, which
makes everyone think of haying.
Most everyone Is getting ready for
tho 4th of July.
Mr. and Mrs. Fount spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. H. Wallace.
T. L. Siigor spent Sunday at home.
'Quito a number took in the picnic
SUNNY5IDE AND ROCK CREEK.
Mrs. Geo. Deardorft is at home
again, but Is not very strong yet.
Mr. Stanton had to take his lit
tle girl to Oregon City to the doctor
and have an operation performed. Dr.
Summer removed seven lumps called
"adenoids" from the passage between
the nose and throat. The little one is
Improving and we hope she will soon
Mr. Gustevenson, the man who
bought Everett Hubbard's place, is
Mrs. Donley's little grandchildren
are visiting her for a few days.
Mrs. Lucretla Shrlner and Rachel
Deardorft were visiting around here
last 'week. All the old friends were
glad to see them.
Wash Baker was visiting friends
at Sunnyslde the laBt of the week.
Mrs. Elva Hunter will have to have
nn addition built onto hor buggy If
she continues to take passengers, as
It Is hardly large enough for the whole
Mrs. LIlKan Hunter spent Monday
at Mrs. Bertha Deardorff's and Mrs.
G. R. Ellis's, they spent a pleasant
Mr. Chilcote was elected director
voter wake up and try and make
some amends for the blow education
received in the general election.
George Kitzmiller has returned
from Eastern Oregon, where he stay
ed only a few days. George would
rather stay in Dover. I wonder why?
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Reed, of Turner,
visited with their daughter, Mrs. Per
ry Kitzmiller, the last few days.
While here Mr. Reed had the pleas
ure of making a good catch of Ore
gon's beauty trout.
Miss Jennie Exon Is home again.
We are glad to see her looking so
Mrs. Mort. New Is very sick, again,
the doctor being called several times
to visit her.
Mrs. George Wolf is reported much
Miss Mary Bews is staying with
Mrs. Mort. New.
Fred C. King, and Mrs. Turtin, of
Portland, were out to A. J. Kitzmlller's
Sunday. Mr. King came up to look
after his real estate In Dover, which
he hasn't seen for some years. He
remarks that Dover has made consld-
le improvement since he was last here,
and lilir ball icame at Shuliol Sntiirdiiv
Shubel Blues defeated the Liberal- f()r Rock Creek school district and
Ites In a game of baseball on the S(!th Young as clerk.
Shubel grounds; tho score being 7 to! Mr- and Mrs. Everett Hubbard and
25 In favor of the Blues. In the game children will Btay at her mother's for
between Cnnhy and Shubel they were tlle present.
defeated, 0 to 8 in favor of Canby. I '
Mrs. II. Rounds and buby spent Sun-' CARUS.
day at Dlx's mill. Our Sunday School class gave a
Mr. and Mrs. Will Wallace and nice llttlo program at the church Sun
children spent Sunday with Mr. and day.
Mis. Onnlstou. j Drown Brothers have commenced
Mr. Heck has his farm for sale; Work on their new prune drier. They
price $7000. expect a fairly good crop this year.
W. Wullnco hnB a 3-year-old colt for School closed Friday, after a very
sale, weight, about 1300 pounds. successful term taught by Mr. Brun-
Georgi? Klrbyson and son Harry are ner. We hope to have him here again
home from tho logging etiinp. .next year.
H. Wallace has several new swarms I Crops are looking good. Wheat Is
of bees. heading out, and some potatoes will
nir. nower aim family were in town: soon be in bloom.
Mike London Is on the sick lost
now. He got hurt a few days ago.
Frank Steinbach, a farmhand work
ing for Harry Say, met with quite a
serious accident Sunday, sustaining a
fiactured arm. Mr. Say, who is ill
with pneumonia, sent Steinbach to
take two of his little girls, aged 6
and 8, to the children's day exercises
at this place. When near the church
they met an automobile which so
frightened the horse that it became
unmanajjable, turning over the buggy
and throwing the occupants to the
ground and fracturing Stelnbach's
arm at the wrist. The little girls were
both thrown out on their heads. Mr.
and Mrs. Norman Say, and family
were ln their carriage near by and
assisted them to the drug store of Mr.
Darby, where they were cared for un
til Dr. Glesy of Aurora arrived. He
pronounced the fracture not serious.
The girls were badly frightened but
not Injured in the least.
Sam IClmer's old bouse burned down
lust Sunday, through boys' piny.
W. 11. Uottemlller Is shingling his
new house now.
Alvln Klelnsmlth and family, from
Oregon City, were In Cliukes to visit
Ills mother hist Sunday.
Mr. Force Is buck from Portland
lien Marshall went to town to get
We have been having fine weather
for the past week.
Mr. Denlson Is building a new barn
on north Main street.
Another drive of ties was started
down the river Friday.
The Meadowbrook people enjoyed
his family and lie is Intending to bring I the picnic at Mullno.
a piano along. I Mr. and Mrs. Holman, and Mr. and
Mr. Mudget was hauling shingles I Mrs. Gill, of Portland, called on Ralph
for his now barn. I Holman.
Dave ScheiTuble was out to visit' Mr. Larson, a prominent farmer on
his parents lust Silnday.
Jay Dlx was over to Mr. Bottemll
lor's last Monday and went back to
Carl Stroingreen and family were
In town last Saturday ou busness.
Maggie Sullivan ranio back home
after a long sick spell of scarlet fever.
upper Milk Creek, moved to the city
Elmer Erlckson, of Mullno, called
on Mr. Hall, of this town Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Snodgrass. of Mullno,
were seen In town last week.
Mr. Staudlnger and family called
en Mr. Larklns last Sunday.
We have a buyer for timber lands and for two ten
We have for sale some fine river front properties.
Have made some nice additions to our list in last few
W. F. SCHOOLEY & CO.
606 MAIN STREET
Misses Iva and Pearl Harrington
will leave next Monday for Nome,
Alaska, via Seattle. They will visit
their brother George Harrington and
sister Mrs. Copely and expect to be
gone about three months.
Miss Julia and Charlotte Baker, of
Oregon City, visited in Gladstone,
Mr. Richard Freytag, the Gladstone
grocer, has moved his store building
across the track onto his lots north
of the green house. Mr. Freytag ex
pects to build a home on the lots
formerly occupied by the store build
ing.' Rev. Allen J. Hoar, formerly pastor
of the Parkplace Congregational
church, returned to his home in Glad
stone, from' Central Idaho, where he
has charge of a missionary field. Mr.
Hoar will remain here all Summer.
Several new buildings are being
erected at Gladstone Park by the Chau
tauqua association. The building in
which the secretary holds forth has
been improved and a spacious kin
dergarten and a music pavilion are
under construction. Mr. Dunmler has
charge of the work.
Miss Ethel Green visited at Mr.
Rauch's home one day this week.
Members of the Christian church
held a basket dinner at Gladstone
Park last Sunday.
The First Baptist church of Port
land, will hold its annual picnic at
Gladstone Park this coming Saturday.
J T. Apperson made a speech giv
ing the general financial position or
the district, and explaining the amount
of taxable valuation left to us, after
the division of the district by the
boundary board, and showing how
much special tax levy was needed,
also touching on other matters of in
terest to the district. Then the vote
was taken levying a 20 mill tax.
Then the high school matter was
voted on and the board was authoriz
ed to accept the subscriptions and
maintain the high scnooi 10 uu in
cluding the twelfth grade.
O h. Clyde had made a rousing
speech and was loudly cheered. Every
one shook hands with everyone else
and went home singing "Rah! Rah!
Rah! for the P. H. S."
Much interest was shown at the
annual school meeting, Monday ev
ening there being seven voters pres
ent. Arthur Bailey was re-elected
director for three years, and Lewis
Davis was re-elected clerk for one
George Brenner closed a successiui
term of school at Carus, Friday.
Thos. Davies, Sr., visited at Mo
lalla last week.
Frank Ronald, of Portland, was call
ing on friends in this vicinity, Sun
flay. Mnrris of Oreeon City, spent
Saturday and Sunday at the home of
his grandparents, Mr. ana Mrs. a.
Miss Bertha Spangler, of Carus, was
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Gwll
The piling camp' has been moved
from Beaver Creek to Fred Bluhm's
Henry Miller met with a painful
accident at the ball game Sunday..
Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Bailey enter
tained Mr. and Mrs. Zelgler, H. and
E. Bailey, of Portland, Sunday.
A number of the young people at
tended the picnic at Shubel Saturday
and report a good time.
D. R. Hughes, of Portland, called
on relatives here, Sunday.
. ' .
MOUNTAIN VIEW. .
Improvements still go on. Dix
Bros, are building a fine residence at
their lumber yard on Pearl street and
Molalla avenue. F. M. Darling Is
building a new fence.
Walter Mann broke his arm and is.
now around with his arm in a sling.
J. M. Gillett is painting for William
Williams, of Maple Lane, this week
Mr. Woods and family moved to
Bert Cummins and wife, of Shubel,
are moving into Mr. Heckhart's house
lately vacated by Mr. Woods and fam
Lyman Mack has gone to Parkplace.
Mr. Hall is driving the meat wagon
this week. '
Mrs. Everhart, of Molalla, was visit
ing her son George last week.
Mrs. Ed. Trullingsr, of Eagle Creek,
was visiting her sister, Mrs. George
Story, a few days last week, then went
to Mulino, to visit among relatives
Mrs. Thacker Is on the sick list.
Born, June 15, to the wife of Carl
Reymond, a son, 8 pounds.
Mr. Hamilton, who had Mr. Moran's
blacksmith shop, has gone to Spokane,
and Mrs. Hamilton and daughter are
down town working in a restaurant.
We Carry Heavy Stocks of
Land Plaster '
Oils, Paints -
Arsenate of Lead if
Shingles, Doors, Windows, Mouldings and We
are in a position to quote very close on either
of obove mentioned articles. Always ready to !
Furniture and Hardware
ephone meeting at Beaver Creek last
Monday. . , ... .
Schlewe Bros, were visiting at
Putz Bros, last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Handle moved
from the mountains to Highland last
Mr." Burgland was busy hauling lum
ber last week.
Frank Courtney was busy hauling
hay last Monday.
Gertie Carlson left for Oregon City
Mr Freeman moved Mr. Erlckson's
family to Colton from Portland last
Mr. Hult improved his place by put
ting up a new wind mill, which is the
first one In Colton.
A great deal has been seen in the
papers about "high school," and about
the position "Parkplace took In the
union high school proposition, " "etc,"
"etc." Until the Parkplace people con- land hist Saturday.
Farmers are beginning to cut clov
er, and the heavens begin to frown as
they usually do, when some men be
gin to cut clover; but we have had
two weeks of exceptionally fine weath
er and all who wished could get to the
Booster Market Day, the Pioneer Ban
quet, Rose Show and what not.
A goodly number got out on Satur
day, to Children's Day at Oswego
Grange. State Supt. Ackerman took
dinner and made a couple of good
speeches, one in the morning to the
patrons in regard to schools and coun
ty high schools, and the other after
dinner to the children.
Curley was taken worse again Sun
day night,, and is again suffering un
Mrs. C. M. Gage and daughter Ger
trude, who have been visiting at J. P.
Gage's, left for their home in Lin
ton, from where they will remove to
Marshheld, Coos County, to rejoin
the husband, and are anticipating a
delightful ocean voyage, as they are
Interested in nature study, and expect
to feed the fishes on their way down,
It being their first trip upon the briny
Will Schatz, with a force of men,
has been hauling rock onto the road
between Powell's and top of school
house hill, and all feel hopeful for a
better road for next winter.
Wm. Nagel et al to S. St. Clair
7 acres in Hector Campbell D. L. C,
T1S, R2E; $10.
B. F. Harvey to Ella Chellls and
Charles Phillips 10 acres in Sec. 26
T1S R2E; $800.
L. R. Wilson to Fred Baker 40
acres in section 35, T1S, R3E; $1000.
R. B. Beatie to Robert Jacobson
Lot 12 of Block 8, of O. I. & S. Co.'s
first add. to Oswego; $1.71.
C. M. Lake to A. E. Lake 2 acres
in Section 30, T1S, R4E; $200.
A. E. Lake to C. M. Lake SE 1-4
of NW 1-4 of NW 1-4 of section 30,
T1S, R4E; $500.
The Oregon Iron & Steel Co., to R.
R. Bushbaum 5.21 acres in . Tualatin
U. S. to N. P. Tomlinson 15G.52
acres in Sec. 6, T7S, R4E.
U. S. to Chas. A. Slinger 160 acres
In section 32, T6S, R4E.
U. S. to S. E. Phelps 163.5 acres
in Sec. 6, T7S, R4E. '
U. S. to G. W. Clagett 160 acres
ln Sec. 32, T6S, R4E.
S. E. Phelps to Chas. A. Slinger
1G3 acres in Sec. 6, T7S, R4E; $1200.
W. Claggett to C. A. Slinger 160
acres in section 32, T6S, R4E; $1.
L. S. Baker to N. B. Baker a cer
tain piece of land ln Sec. 31, T2S u
E; $150. V4'
M. Walch to George Schueller.
lain iois in uswego; ?12U0.
E. B. Andrews to Wm. GattHo
4 of Block 25, Falls View Add to 0
E. Hubbard et ux to Victor Qmtof
son et ux 14 acres in section 7 B
W. L. Freeman to A. C. Pltmu-
50 acres in sec. 36, T5S, R1E; )80t.
R, Weidman to M. C. Davta-BJi
acres in Sec. 5, T2S, R2E; also IS
M. . L. Krum to H. E. WUcm-S
acres in Ezra Fisher D. L C, L
J. W. Flshburn to D. N. Brldensteh
lots No. 13 and 14 ln block 9, Est
W. J. Rauch to M. H. Herzlg-K
6 in block 155 In Oregon City; HE
U. S. to J. A. Fletcher 160 loo
in Seo. 20, T2S, R7E.
U. S. to Wm. McKenzie 160 sw
In section 14, T2S, R7E.
F. M. Rhodes to Chas. F. Frej-i
part of lot Whitcomb D. L. C; l
L. R. Berbrache to W. H. H. Ml
6.71 acres in Maywood; $1000.
U. S. to Frank Hanlon 160 acre!
In Sec. 20, T2S, R7E.
U. S. to H. M. O'Donnell-160 acra
ln Sec. 4, T2S, R7E.
U. S. to to Hans Anderson-li!
acres in Sec. 8, T2S, R7E.
U. S. to H. P. Chrlstensen-u:
acres in Sec. 14, T2S, R7E.
U. S. to Hans Jensen 160 8cra li
Section 18, T2S,R7E.
U. S. to Maggie' 0'DonnelM(:
acres in Section 4, T2S, R7E.
v U. S. to S. L Durkee 160 acres Is
Sec. 6, T2S, R7E.
U. S. to David O'Donnell-lC!.!!,
acres in section 4. T2S. R7E.
U. S. to Thos. Wills 160 acres li
Sec. 10, T2S, R7E.
U. S. to Chas. Catta 160 acres
Sec. 8. T2S. R7E.
J. A. Talbert to J. W. Roots-K,
1-4 of lot 1, in block 4 in MarsbK
(Continued on, Page Thm)
Seeley's Best Flour.
Mr. Bonney and daughters took a
trip to Oregon City last Saturday.
U. S. Dix was visiting with Mr. and
Mrs. Freeman at Elwood last Sun
day. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Stromgreen and
Mrs. J. A. Stromgreen took a busi
ness trip to town last Saturday.
Mr. Lundel! has nearly completed
his new barn.
W. E. Bonney and brother Frank
attended the pioneer meeting at Port-
eluded they, too. had an equal right
to be heard. At the annual meeting
last Monday night the patrons and
voters showed their loyalty to the dis
trict, and to the high school by com
ing forward with a subscription list
ample to maintain the high school to
and including the twelfth grade for
the coming year. Also, in order to
meet outstanding obligations unpaid
warrants they levied a twenty mill
tax. The people were unanimous in
their vote to put up the means to
maintain the high standing of the
The annual meeting was well at-
j tended and there was not a dissent
I ing vote in the assembly, on any ques
tion or motion.
U. S. Dix was nlowiner for j pt,
Oscar Johnson was helping Mr. An
derson to plant potatoes last Tues
day. Lee Livingston, of Oregon City is
out visiting his folks-in-law at Col
ton. John Scott took a herd of cattle to
the mountains last Mondav.
The Mullno baseball team went
home defeated a week aago last Sun
day. Adolph Freeman was plowing for
Mr. Peterson last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Stromgreen and
children were visiting at J . pu-a'8
Mr. Johnson Is busy clearing
J- tPut'f slns a barn this week.
ue uuun ana also the James
The nut'tlng was called to order by
the chairman. W. H. Smith, the regu
lar routine business was soon trans- school closed last Frldav
laciea. anil .Mr. peckover was elected, V. S. Dlx took a trin tn nu o
!t.l Slirrwt himself In Brva tK. m t.. ....r. l"P t0 Di Bros
. .uiCTiiuiu nui oaiuraay.
years as director. W. A. Holmes was Mr. and Mrs Dulber n,n J
LwiP,i muw Mm! . .i.w Li,i,..- " ra Liuioert Bonney and i
to serve one vear u.mren were visiting at the f ormerV
1 parruis last Sunday .
The reports were read, commented Walter Gorbetfs hous u Do ,
on. and turned over to the dlrectort completed. 3 near'rl
for them to audit and approve. , W. H. Bottemlller attended the tel-'
TO SATISFY CREDITORS THE
MUST BE SOLD
NOTHING IS RESERVED '
Garland Steel Ranges and Stoves
Complete Line of Furniture and
Hardware, Tinware and Granite-
EVERYTHING FOR THE HOUSE j;
COME EARLY AND REAP THE BENEFIT OF
THIS GREAT SALE J
Wallpaper, Lineofeum, Crockery, etc
Large Assortment of Paints, Oils
Moulding, Pictureframes, Glass,
Screens and Mirrors.
EVERYTHING MUST GO
0pp. P. 0.