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OREGON CITY ENTERPRISE, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 190!).
The Kind Ton Hare Always Bought, and which has boon
In un for over 30 years, has borne the sljrnature of
- - - 1
- mm Has ofon mauo unuer uis ier
CS,ff- sonal supervision sine Its Infancy.
7cucA4i Allow no one to deceive you In this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and" Just-as-good" but
Experiments that trifle with and endang-er tlie health of
Infants and Children Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
CawtorU is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Props and Soothing SjTups. It is Pleasant. It
conta'iis neither Opium, Morphine nor other Xarcotta
substance Its age Is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Fcrerlshness. It cures Dl&rrhcrn and Wind
Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. J
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
The KM You Haie Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
c Msrraua mmmii, tt mummy tcct. cw fo am.
NEWS OF THE COUNTY
Don't forget the spoiling contest
at Fir Grove school Friday evening,
Miss Edna Gruel vent to Portland
Friday and returned Sunday with Miss
Clear Creek Creamery paid 40cts
again for the month of January for
E. X. Brock, with a force of men,
has been raising telephone poles in
upper Redland this week. i
George Gill sold his fine span of
four-year-old colts last week for $475.
The whole countryside was surpris
ed when It was learned that Mrs. Wm.
Anderson was married to Mr. Ord
way known here last summer as Will
Martin; the young man that had forg
ed her name to a check. It is sup
posed the lady in question thought
law not severe enough and has taken
the punishment into her own hands.
We sincerely hope the method will be
School has again started at the four
corners with Miss Griffith as teacher.
Where is that beautiful month of
February the web-feet have been
promising us all through the disa
Cascasweet is for babies and child
ren, and is especially good fo. the ills
so common 1a cold wea:ber. Look
for the ingredieuts on the bottle Coa
taius r. uaiirfil limili. aold by
Jones Drug Co.
Mr. Force has sold his store goods
to Mr. Larkin, and Mr. Larkin sold
his farm to Mr. Force,
There was a railroad meeting last
Friday night and they got forty-five
thousand shares in Clarkes.
Mr. Grace is on the sick list
Mrs. Haag was very sick, but is
a little better now.
W. H. Wettlaufer and family went
to town on business.
Mr. Shepard and his brother are
plowing on the old Kenzy farm.
Mr. Hoffstetter had bad luck. His
boy, Oito, was plowing when the
bridle on one of the horses came off
and then the horses ran away with
the plow and one horse was badly
hurt and they had to kill It.
Mr. Krender is wolng to Portland
Mr. Haag went to town on Monday.
The Clarke school will start again
the 8th of March.
Sam Elmer, is plowing fur oats.
Elmer Lee butchered six hogs and
sold them to Mr. May-field.
Rain, rain and rain Is again the or
der of the day.
Henry Udell resumed work for the
Sellwood Lumber Company after a
lay-olT of some several weeks.
L. A. Wood, of Hope, North Da
kota, an oid friend of E. L. Palfrey,
visited with Mr. Palfrey one day last
Roy Douglass Is blasting out some
stumps for Dick Ol'json.
Miss Bina Douglass spent Sunday
Just Coffee, but perfect
Your grocer will frrlrid it
better if ground at boms not
i.iii.ii mm ii ii nfwt j
1 uK VfaVri i
afternoon with Miss Armeda Mu,
Dave HoJTmelster .accompanied by
George Judd, went to Dover and pur
chased six long-nosed hogs, which he
is going to use to do his plowing for
Mr. and Mrs. Will Douglass visited
with Mr. and Mrs. Dick Gibson Sun
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Howlett called
on their daughter, Mrs. Viola Doug
Claude Malcolm and Mary Woodle
called on Miss Elsie Hati Sunday ev
ening. Will Douglass was hauling lumber
Btentkt ylMMd Kall AMU &g(t
B. E. Shumway, who has owned
and resided on the Norton place for
several years, died suddenly on the
evening of February 6th. He was
about 8fi years of age and leaves a
wife, son and daughter to mourn the
loss of a kind husband and father.
The remains were buried at Pleasant
View cemetery on the 8th.
Word has Just been received of the
death of the venerable pioneer, Uncle
Mark Rattan, on February Hth, at
bis homestead where he had resided
since his settlement there, we believd
in 1S18. He was widely known as an
upright .citizen and a genial friend
and neighbor. Farewell, Uncle Mark;
if all the world were like thee,
'twould be a pleasant place to live
As Louis O. Gerber and another
young man were going to attend the
Masonic lodge meeting on February
13th. tbey were held up by a man with
two revolvers, a knife aqd repealing
rltle and relieved of $5 in cash and a
horse and buggy. The horse and bug
gy they found shortly after the hold
up, by the roadside. We bear "that
the man went to J. C. Yeung, after
ward and surrendered himself and
arsenal to a constable from Estacada.
It is said he has been cutting wood
near Estacada for some time, and was
known to the victims of bis seem
ingly erratic escapade.
There was an attendance of nearly
50 at the February meeting of Hard
ing Grange and a good program was
given, consisting of readings, essays
and discussions. The dlscusion on
school matters brough out the fact
that there was many warm friends
of the county boundary board pres
ent warm in collar. The first de
grees were conferred on one and two
applications were received.
La grip has had the grip on sev
eral families of Arthur's Prairie, but
we believe all are convalescent.
The Smolenski family has moved
away, we presume to Join Mr. S. in
The birth of a son is reported at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sbrlner, at
M. H. Riebhoff Is clearing some
Leaver dam land on which to raise a
crop of onions. t
Miss Nellie Riebhoff is attending
high school in Portland, and was one
of the successful ones In the recent
examinations for promotion.
Harry Babler carried ofT the hon
ors of his class at Corvallig, In Alge
bra. There was a large crowd at the
dance on the 13th, and the ball team
leallzed a neat sum as net proceeds.
"The greatest good to the greatest
number" Is the motto which led us
to change the place of holding the
Farmers' Institute from Firwood to
There win be three session, morn
Irg, atfenioon and nlg'it, at Junker's
hall, Sandy. The principal talks will
be during the day, while the night ses
sion will be mainly devoted to stere
Four speakers will be present: Pro
fessor C. I. Lewis, who will address
the people on horticulture; James
ltnycomue, director of Oregon Ex
periment Station, who will take up
matters pertaining to general agri.
culture; Professor C. E. Bradley, Sta
tion Chemist, who will speak on the
chemistry of the soil and, William
Schulmerlch, a successful dairyman
on the management of the dairy herd.
In addition there will be a few root
tntlon. some music and several short
talks by some of our successful neigh
bors. Everybody come; you can't af
ford to miss ll.
A. J. Xloxloy, who hna been build
ing a new house at Flrwood Mill,
moved his furniture from Sandy Tues
J. U. lvShaxer and A. Malar have
been hauling potatoes to HorliiR the
past few days.
Don't neglect to be at the basket so
cial Saturday, February SO. You will
be sure to enjoy yourself.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Uonney, who had
been visiting at the. former's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Uonney, at Col
ton, left for Dclllnghnm, Wash., last
Mr. Danielson and Mr. Swanaon
were busy hauling hay from Timber
Grove Inst Monday.
U. S. Dlx has bis barn nearly com
pleted. Carl Stromgreen has been busy
plowing at Cutlsbiirg the last week.
Mr. Sullivan made a business trip
to Oregon City last Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Heck, of Sch
euble were visiting at the Utters par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Couutrymau
at Colton, last Suu.lay.
The members of the two telephone
divisions. Nos. U and 1$. of Molalla,
were busy putting up new poles from
James to Colton last week.
J. A. Stromgreen was busy butcher
ing last Monday.
Mr. Peterson was visiting at Mr.
Stromgreen's last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Countryman, of
Mulino. were visiting at Mr. aud Mrs.
W. E JJonney's last Sunday.
Mrs. W. P. Jack has just returned
from a week's visit in Portland.
What has become of the owners
of the Greenwood saw mill? Are they
dead or are they hybernating? If
the latter we hope that they will
show up when spring comes.
A number of twHiiitu nf this vi
cinity Intended to no to the noultry
ihow at Canby. but It rained, rained.
Roads are very bad In this section.
The road between Anthony Moore's
and Fox hill are extremely bad. hav
ing been plowed and thrown up last
summer without gravel. It has be
come a continuous mud hole as far
as this work went.
Mrs. Ed. Dart was called to the
bedside of her father, last Saturday
morning, he having been stricken on
Friday evening and never regained
consciousness. He lingered until
Sunday morning when he passed
Francis Qulnn went to tho c.ty
last Friday In spite of bad roads anJ
it being unlucky Friday it rained bll
day, but he got there just the same
with twenty-one hundred.
A coyote has been prowling around
In the Teaiel Creek neighborhood aud
has been seen by some. It seemj to
relish goat steak, they say.
We learn with regret that Grandma
Bagby is very sick Vlth la grippe.
Aunt Liza Miller, who has been ill.
is reported a little better.
Mr. and Mrs. Wllllm Dart, of Sa'.o.
are visiting here with friends and rel
atives. DAMASCUS AND ROCK CREEK
Raia, rain, lots of rain, and the
evening of the 8th. there was a thin
coat of snow. Won't our winter ever
be over. We have some prospects
of good weather had two days of
sunshine and every woman was out
with her broom sweeping cob-webs.
some visiting, and sure It rained the
next day so you beautiful women
don't go out on a sunny day to snoll
our good weather.
Mr. T. U. Plrtle's two children have
a touch of pneumonia. They were so
Daa mat ur. Hickman from Portland
Mrs. Geo. Johnston and youngest
son have been on the sick list with
Mr. Mlrrel Newell is fencing the
quarry hill for a man In Oregon City
and has Percy Winston helping him.
Samuel Koenitzer is cutting wood
for one of his neighbors. Soon there
will be a house built there.
Frank Donley Is hauling potatoes
to sycamore station to be shinned
to Portland, getting $1.25 a sack for
lareg and small.
Mrs. C. R. Hunter and daughter
verna were visiting their great grand
motner Hunter a week ago on Fri
day and Saturday were at Oregon
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Smith. A. New
ell, Mrs. C. R. Hunter and Mrs. Don
ley attended Mrs. Nancy Tong's fun
eral at Portland. Mrs. Tong will
long be remembered as a good and
faithful woman, and Is mourned by
a large circle of friends.
Lee Holenbeck has Bold his 20-acre
farm. Lately there are lota of new
comers in Oregon. Soon old Oregon
will look more like Chicago.
Mr. O. Ramsby, the teacher, of
Rock Creek School, will give a bas
ket social, February 22. A good pro
gram is being prepared. All come
and bring baskets.
A very pleasant surprise party was
tendered Miss Inez Snodgrass at her
home on Friday evening, the 5th, In
honor of her eighteenth birthday, and
a very enjoyable time was spent in
playing games, after which refresh
ments were served, and at a late hour
the young people departed for their
respective homes. Miss Inez was the
recipient of a number of gifts and the
good wishes of all. Those present
were: Mrs. Snodgrass and Mrs.
Churchill, Misses Inez and Gladys
Snodgrass, Floda Burns, Alice Moore,
May Erlckson, JeHsIe Alkins, Naila
Lee and Vesta Churchill; Messrs. Roll
ert Snodgrass, Charles Bowman, Ar
thur and Ernest Mallatt, Lewis
Churchill, Walter Waldorf, bert and
Fred Wallace, Archie Dougan and
Mr. Adklns has moved his logging
camp down on Buckner Creek.
Elsworth Myers has been quite ill
for a few days.
Archie Davis came home this week
en a few days vacation.
Fred Wallace went up to Shafer's
mill last Sunday to work for a while.
The Mulino school will reopen next
JOHN W. THOMAS,
Tuesday, the Itith. a lady from Port
land having been engaged a tench'
For that Terrible Itching.
Krteuia. letter aud salt rheum keep
their victim In perpetual torment.
The application of Chamberlain'
Salve will instantly allny this Itch
ing and many cases have been cured
by Its use. For sale by Huntley Bros.
Mr .and Mrs. Donovan and family
spent Sunday with Henry Schoers and
Mrs. Graves had us a guest her
brother, of Sellwood.
The Twilight school Is progressing
nicely under the able Instruction of
Mrs. William Crltser.
lt week J. I. Sharp luiil the mis
fortune to lose a flue horse.
Miss Bessie Davidson and Gold
Davidson are visiting friends near
Wllholt this week.
.Mrs. Hen Wailo and son made n
business trip to San Francisco some
Miss Kthel Strong spent last Sat
urday and Sund.iv with Miss Anna
Saturday evening u number of young
folks gathered at George Wy land's
aud enjoyed themselves till the late
hour of twelve.
We are very sorry Mrs. William
Miller Is very (II again.
Mr. Den Wade was visiting relatives
near Scott Mills last week.
Frank Holt and wife are visiting
relatives at Salem, Ore., this week.
Professor Dibble returned to his
post of duty Monday inornlsg where
he will wield the birch over the vonth
and beauty of the community for the
next our months, thereby relieving
the parents and guardians of much
tarl Ramsby was seen on Main
street Sunday evening.
The Colton merchant made a busl
Dess trip to town Friday, returning
R. L. Orem has been Improving his
piare oy inning some trees aud burn
Humor says there Is a largo force of
u. . v. surveyors on upper Milk
creek, headed for tho upper Molalla
luuiier belt, commencing at Meadow,
The most Interesting thing I've
seen for a long time was 'whlle I wax
visiting mo legislature at Salem, at
the time they were electing a United
States Senator. They have always
told us that they would like to carry
out the will of tho people, but they
couldn't. This time they (or ratlur
some of them) said we do not Ilka to.
but we have to.
Charles Freeman, of El wood la run
ning Schafo'i donkey engine.
A number of our prominent farmers
attended County court last week on
some road business.
From present Indications tho Cir
cuit Court may hold a term In our
The doctors and professors are all
busy at present learning the carpen
Blacksmiths are coming down In
this berg, at least Eddie did Tuesday
when he went sprawling on tho front
porch of his house. He then raised
up and looked around to see If any
one saw him.
There Is still a great deal of sick
ness m this vicinity.
Dorothy Hainm has the whooping
Mrs. Albright's children and Mrs.
Reed are on the sick list.
Otis Roberts hurt his hand at school
a few days ago and now has blood
poison. Grandpa Waj has a sore
hand. too. and caught cold in It
Mrs. .Mabel Osmon and two children
are quite pxrly. The baby fell last
week and hurt it left side.
Mrs. Klelnsmlth Is quite poorly late
ly and her sister Is working for her.
Miss Snodgrass. who Is teaching
school at Beaver Creek, apent Satur
day and Sunday with Mrs. Delia Gott
berg. Miss Lena Torronce, who worked
In the Home telephone olllee, is at
home on a vacation this week.
Mrs. Joslo Curran is working days
now Instead of nights, as "hello girl"
in the Home telephone ofllce.
Mr9. Walter Schwack has a brother
from Wisconsin visiting with her this
Mrs. Pearl Rowe, and two children,
who have been visiting here since
Christmas, returned to her home In
Washington Monday morning.
Mrs. Frank Bullard la able to sit
up a little each day.
Joe and Tommy Gerber, of Port
land spent Sunday here among rela
tives and friends.
Mrs. V. V. Kinney, of Mulino, Is
visiting with her grandmother, Mrs.
J. P. Rholl.
Mrs. Vada King and daughter, of
Portland, was visiting her mother.
Mrs Ben Faust a few days last week.
Mr. Gerber has sold his ranch at
Mr. Ben Faust Is driving team for
Mr. Torrence this week.
Farmers' Institute at Eitacada.
A farmers' Institute will be held
under the auspices of the Oregon Ag
ricultural College and Garfield Grange,
at Estacada, Tuesday, February 23.
First session at 10 A. M. Dr. James
Wlthycombe will speak on General
Agriculture, Prof. C. I. Lewis on Hor
ticulture, Prof. Drydcn on Poultry,
Prof. Brodley on Chemistry of the
soil and Wm. Schulmerlch on Dairy
ing. Illustrated Stereoptlcon lecture
Gravel Pit Good Purchase.
P. W. Haley, of Haley Station, on
the Estacada electric line, was In
Oregon City on business Saturday,
Mr. Haley reports that County Judge
Dlmlck hag been praised by all of the
people of that section, for purchasing
'he valuable mountain of gravel for
the road improvements of the coun
ty. The gravel pit was recently pur
chased for a nominal sum, and there
Is enough gravel, Mr. Haley says, to
last the county 50 years. It Is pro
posed by the county Judge to have
this gravel placed where the corduroy
roads are at present, as the latter are
a great expense, and always In need
CLACKAMAS ABSTRACT A TRU8T
Land Tltls Examined.
Abstract of Title Made.
Office over Bank of Oregon City.
JOHN F. CLARK, Mir.
BIRTHDAY IS CELEBRATED.
Burns. Prominent Pioneer,
Honored on 86th
W, I'. Burns, of Portland, one of
the well known pioneers of Oregon
and riarkiima county, formerly of
this city, celebrated his Slltli. bli'llulay
on Sunday at I he home of his grand
daughter, Mrs. W, O. Dames, of
East Salmon Struet. Mr. Munis birth
day oecured on Thursday, but lo en
able some of the relatives be
ing present Hie day was observed on
Sunday. Mrs. Barnes was assisted
by her mother, Mrs. Laura Fuller,
In the entertainment of her guest.
Mr. Burns being very fond of ramus
lions, the Humes home was decorat
ed with those fragrant blossoms, The
living room wiia In llesh oolivreil car
nations mid the dining room It) pluU.
The table was decorated correspond
ingly, and tho shades of the candela
bra were pink, making a very pretty
combination, Many of the flowutH
used In the decoration were sent
to Mr. Hums as birthday gills (rom
his many friends.
Present m this anniversary were
Mr, and Mrs. A. Mcl'liersoti and son,
Irving. Mr. and Mrs, W. P. Burns,
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Dames, Mis.
Ijuir Fuller, of Portland, Mr. iind
Mrs. Charles Burn of this clly, Hie
former being a son of Mr. Burns.
W. P, Hums crossed I ho plains
with nil ox team In the year IN.'..',
and came to Oregon settling nt Ore
gon CUy. where he resided uiilll 1ST5
when be moved to Portland, where
he has since made his homo. While
a resident of this clly ho was sherltT
of Clackamas county In the tin, and
served two terms In tliant capacity.
In the 70s ho was Justice of the peace
and tilled that olllee fur several years.
By occupation Mr. Burns was a wag
on maker and followed that occupa
tion for many year. Mr. Hum mid
his wife, ho Is nlso nn Oregon pio
neer and nesrlng the s:!rd ygur, lire
enjoying the best of health, land It
Is the wish nf their niiiiiv friends 'of
this clly that they will llvo to .
many more happy birthday anniver
saries. Lam 8houldr,
Till Is a common form of muscular
rheumatism. No Internal truatmont
Is needed. Apply Chamberlain' Uni
ment freely three times a dy and a
quirk cure Is certain. This ilnlnient
ha proven esp.laly valuable for
muscular nd chronic rheumatism.
Huntley Bros. Co.
Shoot Hearts for Partner.
Tho students of tho Barclay High
School gave a parly at the Willam
ette Hall KrUluy night, which wa a
very successful affair. Tho evening
was spent In game and music Part
ners for supper were secured by shoot
Ing for hearts, and a most enjoyable
lime was had, Tho chaporono of
the evening were Robert Good, Miss
Gertrude Nefrger and Miss Harriet
Cochran. Tho hall win artistically
decoratod wKh heart and evergreens.
Present were Ml.ises Ijiura Kkern.
Madge Brlghtlilll. Anna Alldredgo. Fay
Thf (karH Iwhifst
and most comfortable
At the Mine time
cheapest in the
end because It
jm I i v I ST
r I'M IV
Wherever Wheels Turn
ELECTRIC MOTORS ARE NEEDED
No Matter What They Drive
Or Where They Are
A Saving in Power A Reduction in Expense An
Increase in Output An Improvement in Product
Some very decided improvement always results when
Electric Motors turn the wheels.
THESE BENEFITS ARE ESPECIALLY VALUABLE TO
Portland Railway Light
& Power Company
C.fi. MILLER, AGENT
P4ur UliU of CENUINE " rasCtb
CYRUS NOM E dlwcl la you y.f
til rllroil ri ol(k, Wf" .
Will nuiil httt iht boil urniccj lo tit tlulclr pure acd In mimk! wiJ
Wf huy t: ltCS NOIII.lt diitcl from ihi diiiilltrt have bouhl ll lur ft tn.
IWl In tbciu tell you mtitiliml ( " ul il."
Ituy lti bl li t lU clicaocit in In ln run. Ikudcd hr ih diiiilltrt.
Gutrtniccil lu Iht I nut J Sulci Inivcmiutnl ! lu yuu lu cunitin iwihlnf ttctpt
iurt ilrtijtil tArd vtliltkrv.
for ilit lirii Unit nice INM 01 yttr) In iuti wtilimi tt iht publlt Ii unahlt la
punhtit O Kl'S NOIU.I! ti mil "II " l"rl 4 1u,r1 bo"1 '" 0
No Utiifrr ol rvhllcJ honk. hul ih. CI NI IMi CtKUS NUlll.l, iht btil
nude, iht btil itllml bitnil in iht nhult mulii.
W. J. VAN SCI IUYVCR & CO.. 1 05-1 07 SeconJ Sltr-t. PortLnJ. Ore.
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W. J. Vu Schurmti Co rM 0i
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GENUINE CYRUS NOULE.
f o AJJ-
Batdorf, Kihyl Park. Clara lieuto,
Kdua Kinney. tliMrgla Cross, Kthel
Jefferson, l.llllun C.rlcsHcn, Zeta An
drew. Kthyl Purslvnl, Maud Park,
tlertrudo llnrgronve. Nellie Johnston,
Pearl Cliltin. Mayhellu Volkmar, Clara
Barlholninuw; Messr. Thornton How
ard, Milton Nobel, Millard (iUlelt.
Waller Hart. Harry Hargroavos. Hay
Scott, llothwell Avlson. Hay Welsh,
Alex llowen. Carl CaseiUy, Kdward
Vouderalio, Krank Clark,
Card of Thank.
We deslilo to extend our henrl f.'lt
thank to our many friend for their
numerous act of ktmlues to u lu
our Into berravemeuL
Mils) M Hilt t WAV.
E. B. BlU'M WAY.
Elder Martin Will An.wer Dr. Soltau.
The Kliler Martin .of the Kast Port
land church of tho Seventh Day Ad
vent!! will answer, a announced
Monday evening at tho hirst Baptist
church, Dr. Soliau on tho tfabhath
question, on Sun-lay nftornixm at 3
o'clock In the Woodman hall, to which
all are Invited.
CIVIL 8ERVICE EXAMINATION
Unmarried Women Eligible for ap
pointment only ae Clerk.
An examination for clerk and car
rier will bo hold at tho postofflco In
this clly ou March 11. l'Ji'9. Tho ago
Minn aro IS to 45 years, on the dale
of thn examination. Married women
will not bo admitted to the examina
tion. I'umarrled women will bo ad
mitted to tho examination, but are
ellglblv for appointment only a clerk.
Applicant must bo physically
sound, ami mnlo applicant must bo
not less than five feet, four Inches In
height without boot or shoes, and
weigh nut es than 125 pound with
out overcoat or hat.
Mr. Phnlle L. Nash of this city,
Is secretary of tho Board of Civil
Sevvlco Kxamlners, and those desir
ing Information can addros her.
ANYONE USING - POWER CAN
PROFIT BY CONSULTING
mhI at ri am kt tat" ml four quart
Knew Lincoln Well.
Itev, A. S. Koster. of Portland, who
I a cousin of Stepliell ('. Foster,
writer ami eonipoiu'r of "My old Ken
tucky Homo", wa a visitor In Oregon
City Friday and In tho evening ad
dressed tho Presbyterian Brotherhood
ut It Uncolii Bamiuel. Mr. Foster I
one of the few men of tho west who
have tho distinction of having mot
and converted with tho great presi
dent, A a member of tho Christian
.. , . , .. . . l.....m .n... il,.i
I OIlimisHiuii, .ii r. run'-', i-.--i ,
battle of liettysiuirg, had charge (if
the headquarter tent of tho Commis
sion with the t'nlou army then en
camped on tho Unppaliaiitiock. It w
at Hit time that ho had occasion to
make n trip to Washington, and It
was then In company with another
member of the comlaslon that ho met
and conversed with IJnroln. Ill
description of the great president
agree with that of most other, ex
cept that hi volco usually described
as shrill by those who have heard him
only In public address. w In prlvals
conversation agreeable and pleasant
to her. "especially a hit furo wa
lllunilnaled by that mlle which can
not bo described." Mr. Kotor ald
"The president asked u a to the
condition t tho front and seemed a
what wo had to say a though hn did
not know ten time a inurh about It
WANTKD.Two or three room for
people, reference given.
' U C. Hot brook
Oregon City, Or
For Infants and Children.
Tbi Kind You Hars Always Sought
OREGON CITY, OREGON
of Washington County, who will talk