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ORISON CITY ENTERPRISE, FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1W8.
Canby and Southern Clackamas
Miss Haii'l Howard Is home from Mt.
Angel Academy, whore she h complet
ed the eighth pade work.
Hoy Sleight and Ernest Shank were
visiting In Canity Tuesday.
Mr. Muck unfortunately ran a screw
driver through the talm of his hand
Tuesday morning- while setting up a piece
of furniture In his store. The wound has
canned him considerable pain, but is not
of a serious nature.
M. Hosford and J. S. Tick left for New
port Tuesday to attend the U. A. K. En
campment. Mayor Mitts has Issued a proclamation
forbidding anyone tiring firecracker on
the side walks, streets or alloys or in
any public place on any day except the
Fourth. This hH8 been done to lessen
the liability of fire and accidents.
Frank Patch has moved into the new
Mra. Olnn Ciurly went to Oregon City
on a buslnes trip last Tuesday.
The W. C. T. U. will hold a silver med
al contest on Tuesday evening, June 30,
at 8 o'clock In Knight's Hall. The con'
testants will be Eva Pigerness. Aber
teem Kellers, Mabel Chase. Edna Hor
bahl. Klwyn McKenney, Lewis Wilkin
son, Walter Grosxier. and Ieonard Hui
man. There will be special music for
The Methodist church will hold Its an
nual campmceting at Camp meeting at
Canby July 1 to 12. Rev. Van Marter.
an evangelist, will preach twice each day
and will be assisted with solos by his
The Methodist parsonage Is receiving a
new coat of paint. Members of .the
church are donating the work. An effort
Is also being made to raise funds enough
to cover the cost of painting the church.
The Canby boys met defeat at the
hands of the Union Meat Co. last Sun
day by a score of 9 to S. The second
team also lost at Hubbard. The score
there was 11 to 5.
Next Sundav the Canby boys will meet
the, 0, R. & N. Co.'s base ball team at 2
Albert Cribble brought In a bunch of
25 Eastern Oregon horses Wednesday
Hurst Bros, have a gang of surveyors
at work on their line of the water pow
er ditch. They expect to put a full force
of men on right after the 4th.
' Florence and Stanley Wang have return
ed from Portland where they have been
attending the West Side High School.
Stanley Wang has just graduated from
Miss Hattle Myers. Anna Kruger. Fay
Vateer and Tina Bermoser, of Portland,
were in Canby Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Digerness and family
were In Sllverton last week.
John Roth, who is situated at Fort
Stevens, in the employ of Uncle Sam, was ,
In town this week visiting his mother and
old friends. He expects to be transfer
red to Fort Monroe in the near future.
J. L. McGIll and family left last Monday
for Snyder, Colo., where Mr. McGill has
At the school meeting held Tuesday
night Prof. J. T. Mills was re-engaged as
principal of the Canby school: Miss Marl
.. on Swanby, who taught at the White
School last year, was engaged to teach
the intermediate grades. The primary
teacher has not been chosen. The
grades have been re-arranged. Next
year the primary room will contain only
the 1st and 2d grades; the Intermedi
ate room, the 3rd 4th. and 5th grades,
and the principal's room the 6th, 7th,
8th and 9th grades. The salary of the
principal was raised to $76.00; the inter
mediate teacher's to $50. but as the work
in the primary grade has been lightened
there was no raise given.
Recorder Knight will be ready with the
dog tax receipts July 1st; step up gentle
men. H. A. Lee and wife are visiting In
Mrs. George Lee and her three chlld
ten. have returned from Haycreek. where
they have been the past four months.
Mrs. C. Henderly presented her hus
band with a new. ten pound baby girl
last Tuesday morning.
The Artisans had a big strawberry
feed last Thursday night Everyone says
they had a good time.
M. E. Church Sunday school. 10 A. M.
Preaching, 11 A. M. Children's class 3
P. M. Epworth League, 7 P. M. Lecture
8 P. M. "In Darkest Africa," illustrated
by 92 beautiful lantern views. Prayer
meeting every Thursday evening. Ladies'
Aid meets every Wednesday, usually at
spector for the 8. P.. and Uac Newbury
were out IlNtiing Sunday.
Antone 8evcik, of Portland, spent Sun
Mrs. An. Hremer, 8r and Mrs. Wil
liam Page), of Portland, were the guests
of August Hremer, Jr., and family Sun
day. The cougar soure has about died out.
Mrs. Mabel Trucsdale, of Portland, vis
ited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony
last week, returning homo on Friday.
Everything In our litle burg seems to
be refreshed after the beautiful rains, of
last week. Sine no one needs to com
plain of not enough rain.
Miss lVarl Chliin, who has been at
tending school at Oregon City, has re
turned home for the Summer.
Mr. Combs, the fe insurance agent, oi
San Francisco, was visiting Mr. and Mrs. I
Eastman and sons Sunday.
Mrs. Kate Stumer, of Chehalls, Is home '
for a few weeks' visit with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Stauber.
Mr. Allen, of Hock Point Avenue, lost
A very valuable norse tne tore part oi
The Misses Hertna ana v eoa huut. oi
Oregon City, visited Mrs. Lottie Penman
Saturday and Sunday.
Charles Klder s little batty coy, agvu
20 months, was bit quite badly by a
horse, but by careful attention the little
one is resting easy at this writing.
Mr. and Mrs. Powers, of Oregon City,
and Mr. and Mrs. Plckel. of Portland,
visited Mrs, Cillbert Randall Sunday. Mrs.
Pickel Is a sister of Mrs. Randall.
Miss Tona Oelbrlcht and brother Ernest
visited Mrs. Gilbert Sunday.
Hobart Eastman and Miss Edna Crlt
ler took In the dance at Heaver Creek.
Friday night and report avery nice time.
Mrs. August Stahley was a Portland
Mrs. Eastman, and son Harry and Mrs.
E. A. Scheer, were Oregon City visitors
ivin'i foreet the Children's Pay at Cen
trnl Point the evening of June 28. It
will cost vou nothing to get In, and noth
Ing to get out. but any way dont forget
vour pocket book for fear.
We understand that Jude Kellan. of
Milk Creek, has sold his farm there, and
hn nnrchnsed one of Mr. Gressihofer,
Mrs. Kellan was one of Central Point's
popular young ladles and we are all glad
to welcome mem dbck io our miui.
In spite of the rain, several
went to attend the band picnic
H. Turner took a trip to DIx's Mill the
middle of the week.
J. J. Mallatt expects to attend the G.
A. R. reunion at Newport.
J. L. Evans went to Mr. Anderson s
Saturday to get strawberries.
Mr Nelson and daughter were out
fiom Oregon Cltv visit ins; at the home of
H. W. Shaw. Mrs. Shaw, who has had
uoor health, has gone to Oregon City for
There will be a grand celebration at
Liberal on July 4. Everybody must go
and get a good drink from Wright's
If this weather continues, lots of hay
will soon be down.
A number of Meadowbrookltes were
seen at Liberal Saturday. A large crowd
was out considering the inclemency of
All three of the eighth grade appli
cants. Franklin Cooper. Miss Pauline
Haafstetter and Miss Myrtle Larkln, who
took the examination, passed, the aver
ages being 93. 88 and Sb. respectively.
Ben Holman. of Portland, was out to
view his old ranch at Meadowbrook Sun
dav. Ralph Holman and wife called on Mr.
Cooper and family Sunday.
Considerable hay was damaged by the
recent rains, but the farmers are going
at their hay with renewed vigor.
Mr. McArthur Is sojourning at Nye
Eeaeh this week with the rest of the old
Mrs. George Bowman, of Portland. Is
visiting friends here.
We presume you have taken notice how
much shorter the days are growing.
Hans Mader is the possessor of a Span
ish Mauser rille. and In experimenting
with its penetrating power, finds it will
carry up and shoot through a 3 foot log
at 300 yards distance.
Supervisor Staehely Is raising and re
modeling the Briggs bridge which was
built about six feet too low. ,
Hans Mader Is having 1000 cords of
wood cut this summer.
Robert Kyle lost part of one of his
f'ngers by a mole gun. one day last week.
Mr. Chartes, of Portland, ticket in-
J. A. Cox, of Canby.
J. A. Cox died at 4:45 o'clock Wednes
day morning at his home in Carrey. He
was past So years of age. Mr. Cox cross
ed the plains from Virginia In 1848. lo
cating In California, where he mined for
six years, and then went to Warens, in
Northern Idaho, where he spent several
years In mining and then came to Ore
gon, where he settled on Butte Creek
near Molalla. where he was married short
ly after to Miss Mary Hall at Woodburn.
They lived there until 1889. when he pur
chased a farm at Canby, where the fam
ily has since resided. Mr. Cox was a
veteran of the Indian wars, serving In
Oregon. California and Idaho. Thir
teen children were born to Mr. and Mrs.
Cox. and ten survive, with the widow, as
follows: David, of Pueblo. Colo.; Samuel
E., of Oswego; Bessie and Lucy, of Se
attle. Wash.; Al C. of Oregon City;
Ralph, Chester, Victor and Dewey, of
Canby. The funeral was held yesterday
at Canby and the interment was at
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Hars Always Bought
OREGON CITY'S BUSY STORE
Annual June W
White Goods Reduced in Every Section of the Store
Annual June Sale Women's Muslin Underwear
135 Ladies' White and Colored Wash
Skirts, values up to $3.50 for
Entire stock Ladies' and Misses White QQn
Canvas Shoes, values up to $2.50 VOL
1000 yards new Embroideries. Special
Hart, Shaffner & Marks Summer Suits .at
"June White Sale" prices.
Full elbow -length Silk Gloves,
$1.35 grade. Special
Men's White Balbriggan Under- C A noph
wfar 65c and 75c value, for OUt WlUI
Men's "Wonder" Half Hose, black and
fancy patterns, Special, per pair Lf.
Special purchase of Ladies Tailored JA 7C
Suits while they last, for plU. I J
GREAT BARGAINS in Men's and Boys'
Straw Hats. Latest styles.
Ladies' Tan Hose, plain and embroidered,
regular 35c and 25c. Special L.
Sensational Bargains in Women's Muslin Underwear Hundreds of Them
Lo AID) AM
OREGON CITY'S BUSIEST STORE ask for red trading stamps
New Ideal Deering Mowers
Twine 10 Cents Per Pound
All last week heavenly (cars fell, JiiBt
enough to wet the clover ready for the
rrower. anil gentle winds made Dcauiuui
curves and curlicues in tne ranK ana un-
j cut grass, but all day Sunday the Origin
nun niMMic t icai uuu vuim ijj,fii flaiwn
and Held giving promise of clear weather
In the days to come.
Will Schatz, our genial road bona went
UiHt week up to the hot springs in hopes
of getting relief from rheumatism, which
has ullllcted him more or less for some
Hose and Susie Schatz are going to
Newport for a few days outing this week.
The wet weather again affected Mr.
Crooker. who Is stopping at Gage's and
he had to lay off a number of days to
nurse up his aches and pains, tie re
turned a few weeks ago from the hot
springs near Tacoma. where he went In
May on account of rheumutism.
Mr. Powell's Bisters are out from Tort
land to visit them.
Mrs. Charlie Tledeman's sister is visit
ing her this week. She and family are
late from Dakota, and she cannot say
too much of the Mowers and fruit in this
and Mrs. lirink are going to New
port Tuesday to attend the soldiers' re
union, lie lost his leg In the war of the
rebellion when 2S years old, and his re
miniscences of the old war times are
Miss Huby Thompson and Henry Koel
lermeler were married last Wednesday at
the home of the bride, and early in the
evening a crowd of boys numbering about
30 appeared, shot off a gun or two, re
ceived their little donation from the
groom and departed. Why don't you get
your pictures taken boys, with the money,
and put It In the paper, and keep your
The school meeting passed off quietly
enough, but It was der ided to have a spe
cial meeting In four weeks to canvass
the question of putting In high school
Mr. Wagner, an old resident of Wll
sonvllle. died at the old home and was
buried In the family lot at Stafford cem
etery Wednesday atfernoon. Thus are
we again reminded that the young may
die. but the old must."
Mr. Weddle has sent Archie, hlB old
est boy, to relatives near Jefferson in the
hopes It may benefit his health, as he Is
aflllcted with a ough and grows poor In
will erect a strblly modern bungalow.
W. A. Cross left for Tillamook upon n
short business trip. Mrs. Cross Is visit
ing her sister in Oregon City during his
Several tcople united with the Chris
tian church by baptism. Sunday.
Miss Anna Hmhh left Wednesday for
Kugene to attend the State Teachers'
J'rof. Vodder and family will occupy
the Thompson house. lie has been elect
ed principal of the Gladstone school.
, Kind YM Hm Hnjt tefl
Seeley's Best Flour.
Sidney Johnson, Charles Selver and
Julie Cross have returned from Kugene
for their Summer vacation.
Miss Hazel Tooze returned from Mon
mouth where she has been visiting. She
was accompanied by her sister Hilda,
who is attending the Normal.
The First Iiaptist church of Portland,
was well represented at their picnic at
Galdstnne Park last Saturday.
Dr. Heritage Is a guest at the homeTif
H. K. Cross.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Paddock, Mr. and
Mrs. P. O. Wells. Mr. C. A. Williams and
Mrs. J. J. Tingle left Tuesday for New
port to attend the G. A. H. convention.
Mrs. C. A. Nash and Miss Mary Sand
strom visited In Gladstone Sunday.
Misses Iva and Pearl Harrington leave
Monday for Nome, Alaska, via Seattle.
Mrs. Howers is tearing down the building-
on her property In Gladstone, and
Archie Cummins had an accident last
week. He wanted to catch their horse
and he came up from behind ami put his
hand on his hips and the horse kicked
him right In the head and cracked the
bones and broke his nose.
It. Hoblnson went to Portland last
Sunday to visit his brother. Prank Kob
Inson. Otto Elmer came home from college
The German M. E. church had their
Children s Dii picnic last Sunday.
Will Dlx Was hauling lumber for Mr.
Mudget Inst week.
Henry Klclnsmlth Is home, from shear
W. H. liottemlllcr has the roof on his
Solomon Gllck had a sale last week and
sold all he hail cow, horse and implements.
The friends of Miss Nellie Armstrong,
a former (earlier, will be sorry to hear
she Is very ill with pneumonia at her
home In Portland.
Ted Wolfer was among us Sunday.
Our first nine bent the second nine
with a score of J.I to 4. Sunday afternoon.
Our road boss continues busy Improv
ing our highways.
The rain does the gardens lots of good,
but we hope It won't last all Hummer.
Mr. mill Mrs. Hen Smith spent Sun
dav at J. 1). Hitter's.
Jesse Mitts returned home Friday from
a visit In the East. He was accompanied
by several relatives.
Will I.eache's little girl has been quite
sick. Dr. Uedman whs in attendance.
Mrs. Freoda and Miss Freeda Gahlor
yeic canby visitors hrldny.
A few of our people attended the picnic
at Liberal Saturday.
Royal and Percy Perry, of Ashland.
Oregon, are visiting (heir uncle, J. D.
Oglcsby Brothers and Jack Kerr nnd
family visited at Have Voder's Sunday.
George Asklns, Jr., Is doing some car
penter work for M. G. Smith.
Guh Stuwe and Hill Asklns
meeting at 'Aim Sunday evening.
Misses Wilma Itlalr and Lucy MlttB
left Tuesday for Salem where they will
stuily at the Normal during the Summer.
Henry Zimmerman, of Marks Prairie,
visited relatives here Sunday,
Marcus Smith and family spent Sun
day at William Thompson's.
Frank FlHh and wife, were guests of
their daughter, Nora Thompson, on the
We are sorry to learn that Grove Mc
W'e are sorry to learn (hat Grove Mo-
Gonegal's are thinking of leaving our
The farmers will hit blessed with an
other bountiful crop In Clackamas Coun
ty and western Oregon this year, Ihoiign
this Is no new tiling for the great Wil
lamette Valley country.
Here Is a clipping from The HloomlriK
ton Advocate, a Franklin County paper,
uf Nebraska, of (he 12th Inst.:
"The hall storm last Tuesday, June (I,
over south of the river, covered several
square miles, probably doing the mosr
damage at Tom Vocum's. All kinds of
grain and garden truck was pounded In
to (he earth and the ground was covered
several Inches deep with hall. At one
man's house it pounded holes through
Here is a clipping of what one man
saw of cyclones at Hlverton In Ft'snk
i In County, Nebraska:
"Mr. Hhcpardson knew (here were sev
en distinct cyclones in Hlverton last
Friday for he saw them as he stuck his
head out of the cyclone cellar."
The school election went off quietly.
For director J. O. Mumpower was the
lucky fellow; for clerk, J. J. Ilatlon. A
tax of M00 was levied (o have eight
mouths school, anil ordered the hoard
to enlarge the schol house. Stone Is (o
(he front In school privileges, as well
as In most other good enterprises.
One of our old hayseeds has been rais
ing (he crop off of his house, (Ids wc(
The Damascus people aro trying (o
build roads (his wet spell. They come
down to Stone for material (o build a
solid loud and bridge Into Clear Crccic
to get gravel to pu( on (heir mud roads.
This looks considerable like foolishness
to see Stone furnishing road material
when (he material Is so near the road
that Is made.
The Clear Creek company's butter
maker conns to the front with 23,000
pounds of butter for May. The price or
butler fat Is 24 1-2 cents per pound,
Over $.1000 of butter product out of this
creamery In one month.
Klder G. P. Klch will preach at the
Iiaptist i church house at Upper Logan,
June 2S, at 11 o'clock. Everybody Is cor
Mr. and Mi s. James Sterling Mi Cord
hat e moved to Portland to r side, where
they can be near their son, Melvln They
have scores of old friends In the Mount
Pleasant section who are sorry to see
them go. Mr. McCord purchased a por
tion of the old White claim 41 years ago
and has lived there ever since.
Notice to Creditor.
In the County Court of the State of Ore
gon, for the County of Clackamiis.
In the Matter of the estate of I'i rinelit
A. Garrett, Deceased.
Notice Is hereby given that, the un
dersigned has by order of the County
Court, of Clackamas Countv. Oregon, la-en
appointed administrator of (he estate of
I'limella A. Garrett, deceased.
Any anil all persons holding claims
against said estate are hereby requested
to present the same to the undeislgned
administrator, duly verllled according to
law at his olllce, Andresen Hullillng.
Oregon City, Oregon, within six months
from and after the date of (his notice.
Date of llrst publication of this notice,
Friday, June Silth. I!t08.
W. A. JUMICK,
Administrator of the Kstale of Pertnellu
J. V. CAMPIIKI.I,, Attorney for Administrator.
Thinks It Saved Hit Life.
Lester M. Neloori, of Naples, Maine,
says In a recent letter: "I have used
Dr. King's New DlHcovery many years
attended j for coughs and colds, and I thinks It
saved my life. I have found it a reli
able remedy for throat and lung com
plaints, and would no more be without
a bottle than I would be without food.'!
For nearly forty years New Discover?
has stood at the head of throat and
lung remedies. As a preventive of
pneumonia, and healer of weak lungs
it has no equal. Sold under guaran
tee at Howell & Jones drug store. 60c
and $1.00 Trial bottle free.
In the CImilt Court of the State of
Oregon, for the County of Clacka
mas. Lnora Ij. Dcamudp, Plaintiff,
JpHse lions Dfamude, Defendant. ,
To Jesse Robs Dramudc, the nlxive
In the name of the State of Oregon,
you are hereby required to appear In
the above entitled court, and answer
the complaint filed agnlnHt you on or
before tho Slut day of July, A. I). 19(18,
and If you fall to ho appear and an
swer said complaint, the plaintiff will
tako a decree against you for the re
lief prayed for In her complaint, tc
wlt: A decree dissolving the bonds
of matrimony existing between plain
tiff and defendant, and that plaintiff
bo awarded the care, custody nnd con
trol of tho minor child, George Dea
mude,, and for such other and fur
ther relief as to this Court may seem
meet and equitable,
First publication of this summons
June 19th, A. D., 1908, and last pub
lication of said summons, July 31st,
A. D., 1908.
DIMICK & D1MICK,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
COUNTY TREASURER'S NOTICE
I now have money to pay road war
rants endorsed prior to July 30,
1907. Interest ceases on date of
this notice, June 23, 1908.
J. C. PADDOCK;