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OmSdON CITY ENTERPRISE, VHWAY, .JULY 10, VM).
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Home Course In
XVII. The Farm Home
Dy C. V. GRLGOKY,
Agricultural Ht-oUion, louta Stuit Coll)
Cniiyrlilil. IMK. Iy Ainarlrsn lr Amiclatlun
THE farmer la more Imimrtnnt
I linn lilx fn nil. Mini I In' most
important crop ho rulaea lit
mil corn imr li'iKx, Imt hoy
nml KlrlM. Tlio HUiccsa of n farmer l
iiul measured so intnii liy Urn y
lio iiiiu'i I'M iin It In by tho happiness Ih'
brings In himself nml to III fnmlly.
Ono nf I Iin surest ways of neroinpllsli
lug this 1'inl In liy niiikluu llm home
There U no iluc on earth where 11
In easier In Imvit iin attractive limne
tlinn on llm fiirin. Yet In spile of
this too ninny farm Inline urn lis-ntcd
In llm inlililWi of n weed patch Hint
goes by tlm mini' of gitrdcn or nrt
hidden livlilnJ' m il a ililek Junultt of
treea Hint It I Impossible lo sen III or
'Mm first tlilnn to consider In the
bllllHIt llNclf. It allllUlll ll SltUnlcd on
thn IiIkIk'hI part of I ho Mil on which
tlm f ii nn Inillilliik'" atnnd. A hmiNn
need imt lie -l i-iihI v (n lip homelike
nml ronvpiili'iit. Imli'Pil, 111" imwt rx
ppimlvp houses am often I tin lenal
Tint starting point la thn cellar.
Willi Imt lllllii nilillllniial pin'iii thla
ran Imi made tint full alie of (tin
bullae. In llila ruse tlm foundation
walla Hlniillil extend In the tKittnin of
Kill. IIXIII-rAHM HliWK lltH ADD lKM
t-AT CIliiM LAI K or Til Sim, HIIIIUIUI
(tin ri'llnr. TIip Unit roura almulil bo
of hollow drlck. In hi rml to end, mid
eoitnrcHiig nltti a llli' drain nil tlio
lowest alili-. lu thla wny seepage
water h 111 In' ki'it out of the i'llar.
A ri'iupiit floor la a great advantage
anil la Inexpensive, since tho reineiit
iit'iil imt I mi iimm thn ii two or threw
llli'tiea t til. U.
The ri'llnr ii huii Ul illvlilt'il Into
titHiut four riMtiiiM. Hollow brick make
SihhI itir(ltlm walla nml nt tlio anuio
tlmp help support tho AWr. I Hip of
tlio rooms limy be Used fur vegetables,
ono .fur fruit, milk ami turner, one
for a laundry nml I hp fourth, ce
niPiileit on the Inside uml uaeil al a
cistern. If the funnier la uaeil Ii n
ollii'r riKiin will be necessary, or the
rlalern rnu lie liM-ntril outalilo.
For mi ordinary alird fnmlly a hun
dred barrel cistern la about tlio right
Up. A partition of a double Inyer of
filter brick, wlili iirnvpl and charcoal
packed between, ahould rxtend serosa
It. The wnier la drown out from the
opIHialto aide of the filler from that to
wtitrh the pl from tlio roof rmpllea.
In thla wny the water obtained la puro
rmnik'li for cooking or drinking. A
plentiful supply of aoft water la it
luxury Hint ran ln obtained mi rlirnply
that no one i nn alTord to do without It.
Wood In rllll the cheupent and moat
aatlafnetory building material. In
building the holme the two extreme
of alto should he nroklrtl. If the
holme la too aniiill It will lie crowded,
while If too Inrgn It roala more tud la
tinnier to keep rlenn.
Ill arranging tin roonia, convenience
and case of keeping 111 order nro thfl
chief eonNlilenilloiiH. Tho In rite and
oleum "hpnre riKiin," willed wna
opened only on alule occasions, Ima
lurk-ely Klveii wny to tho lirlKht, cbeer
fill IIvIiik room Mh Ha luKikenaea and
work and rendlnu tnlilea, which Ih
iini'iI every ilny unci evening In I he
yenr. Thl room, tok'ellier with the
dluliiK room, klliheii nnd liiHlriMim,
with n wiihIi ii ml Inilh room If poanl
lile, will foinprlNo the llrst Htory.
A wii nil room, Willi n hIiiIi nnd n
pliiee for overahoea, omit a nml hntn,
In n i;ivut help lu keeping dirt nut of
the klti hen. A luitlirooiu la ill no n
It rent eoiivenlem c.
A luplionnl hi the wnll lietween the
kllrheii mid illnliik' room Ih Inuiily, ax
the (IImIips enn lie reioiied from either
alile. A (iprltiir door lietwoon the two
rooiiiH keopH out Ihe.lllen nnd nt tho
mum time opeiiH etislly. A bedroom
on the Kround floor la nlinoHt n lie
eeaalty, eapeelnlly In tho enso of alek
neaa. Tho upHtnlra will of course bo
Inrnely devoted to bedrooms, although
It Ih often convenient to linvo one
imnll rtMitn flu-d up for a library. Tho
attic ninkea a Ifood alorerootn for iecd
rrobnbly tho iiiomI antlcfuctory way
to lient tho house Ih by n furnncc. ThlH
Ih chenper nnd oleiiner (linn Htovea. If
tho ftirnneo room Ih made Innfo pnouifli
to hold n loud of coIih nnd Hi-vernl toua
of coal the work of flro bulldltiif will
bo Krcitly rediiriHl. A renlnter In the
hull upstairs will bo puoukIi to take
the chill off the sli-epInK rnoms. It Ih
a good plnn to have n furniico plpo run
to tho kitchen, too, nnd use n gnsollno
'or kenmciio rnngo for cooking. This
Ih chenper, handler nnd clenner Hum a
rook stove, mid tho kitchen cnu bo
kept much cooler In tho Hummer time.
Moat farm honied am very poorly
llkiilisl. A kerosene lump Ih dirty,
ini'lla tintl nnd doea not give very
iiiuiii light. A ifUHollne lump la iiuuii
better. Ileal nf nil Ih the ncelylemi gna
yatem, After thla Ih ohm Installed It
can lie opcrutcil clienply and will fur
nish an iil.iimlunt upply of light.
Iho water ayslem In another thing In
which farmhouses urn behind tlioao In
tho city. There, la scarcely n house In
a town of any sire but Hint In provid
ed with water nnd Kewugo aynteiua. In
His country Iheae aro thn exception
rather than the rule, yet they can bo
put In nt a small coat.
An nlr tight tunk In the cellar la
onietlmea used to supply the pressure
fur n f a nn wuteraystem, but In rather
ripetislve. Tho water can also he
drawn from the elevntisl tank nt the
turn, If one U used there, tlm only dls
nilmulflgn In this rase being Hint rla
lern water eniiuiit be used. (Hi the
whole, (he moat antlsfnctnry plnn la to
Imve a small gnlvnula'd tank In the
attic. A little covering III thn coldest
weather will ki-cp It from freezing, and
a few minutes work with the i lsiern
puiup omit duy will keep It flUcd.
Ily having n heater altmiuil to the
fiirnacn or to the klteln-u stove and
Hinting the proper coumiiloiia Imt and
cold water run lie aflpplliil to the bath
room, the wusli room mid anywhere
flso that ll Is wanted.
Tho laundry room dowiistalra la the
plttio where the rotiveiileuio of such
a system will be appreciated most.
In this risiiii the washing maiiilne,
tuba, wringer and other titciialla cnu
be kept. An opening In tho floor con
nected with the tile dmln will enrry
off the waste wnler, and hot and cold
water from upstairs will bo nlwuya
on tnp. hurli a room, together with
tlm entire water system, ran bo fitted
up for less thnil f lisl.
Another conveiilpiieo that cnu be In
stalled at Riuall cost Is a sewerage sys
tem. Thla cnu be connected with the
bnthtult and sink, mid with a small
additional expense another luxury Hint
la seldom found on the farm, nil In
door close t, run be added. I 'rain
plp well cemented at the Jolnta
should be used In constructing the
aewrr. The chpiiiest form of outlet
ll the "septic tunk." This 'Is a small
underground tank divided Into four
roinpnrtmcuta, no arranged (hat when
the first nf these bpconies full It will
overflow Into the second, and so on.
The lank ahould tie covered and pro
vided with a ventilator. Tho action
of bacteria In the septic tank will tic
troy all tho solid matter, so Hint the
water which flow out tho lower end
will be clear and have no objection
able odor. With mi occasional rlenn
Ing out mil a tank will lust forever.
The house should be provided with
plenty of porches. These Inrrense the
espouse somewhat, but also add much
to the comfort nnd apppumnce of the
house. Vines trained up over them to
keep out the sun and screens to keep
out the lllea make them still more
Nothing adds moro to tho external
pprarunce of the house than a neat
lawn of ample size. IK not miike It
rm, xxxiv a coiimii or a kkati,t ah-
too large, however, or the work of
mowing will bo likely to be neglected.
A lawn Ih not hard to iiiuUe. A little
work leveling uml preparing u line
seed bed uml it liberal application of
blue griiKH seed that will grow will
ulmost certululy result In a good lawn.
I o not iiiuku tho common mistake of
planting trees too close to the house.
They detract from the appearance and
mnku tho bouse close and Bluffy. The
opposite extreme, ahould bo avoided
also. A few trees iibout tho edges of
the Inwn furnish grateful xtindo and
provide it flunking for tho picture of
which the hoiiKo Is tho central figure.
Tho decorative value of shrubs lg of
ten not appreciated iih much ns It
ahould lie. A climbing mhcIhihu over
tho porch or a few dwnrf varieties In
out of the way corners will add to tho
color and beauty of tho yard. Thero
are ninny other flowering shrubs, such
n snowballs, syringing and lilacs, that
can be used to till In empty spaces and
A row or two of hnrd uinples or elms
nlnng tho driveway, with a thick ever
green windbreak to the north, will tin
foil tlio supply of necessary trees un
less thera nro corners or baro spaces
about tho yards that will be better for
a tree or .two.
President Helps Orphans.
Hundreds of orphans luivo been
helped by tho I'rcHldent (if tho Indus
trial Orphan's Homo nt Mnron, On.
who writes: "We hnve uhimI Electric
llltterH In this Institution for I) years.
It bus proved n. most excellent modi
clno 'for Htomach, Liver find Kidney
troubles. Ws regard It ns ono of tho
host, fnmlly medicines on onrtli." It
Invigorates tho vital organs, purines
tho blood, nlds digestion, crcntes np
petlte. To strengthen and build up
thin, pnlo, weak children or run-down
people. It litis no equal. Host for fo
mnlo complaints. Only 50 cents at
JeneB Drug Co.
Sealed bids will bo received by the
clerk of School District No. 105, Wil
lamette, Oregon, for painting of school
building, two coals of standard paint
to be used. Said bids mtiHt be filed
with said clerk not Inter thnn July 17,
1909, school board reserving tho right
to reject nny or all bids.
GKOUOE DI3 BOK.
Clerk School District No. 105.
(J. II. Dlmlck
J. l'wollon ,,
W. II. Mnlliiiiii
I. M. Iliiriiugton
K. A. Miles ,
H. M. llowoll
.. A. Tufts
V. M. Wliltn
V. 14. Mueller
0. I', Bhnrp
W. II. Ilniiney
W. 1. Klrchem
M. ('. Doniihui
J. W. Doty
1). C. Ilowill
A. W. Cookfl
I, J. Hidings
K. I'. Klllott
J. I Hwufford
A. J. llodgu
W. W. Kreemun
J. ('. llnidley
C. I'. Tollman
('. K. Ilurko
(). H. Ilnyles
W. W. Kreemun
K. J. I'lilnlcr
It. II. Ileatlo
Ilrunswlck Itestiitiranl .. ,
W. W. II. UumiKin
K. A. Miles
N. Ilowiiiliii ,
Joel llllWIUUII ,
John (iriiliiiin ,
('. K. Itiirns ,
J. r. (iurk ,
('. A. Kriist
Victor Cox ,
Joseph Scevlck ,
Km uk Hatch ,
Uayiniind Crltzer .
K. W. Hniidnlph
K. M. Naught
A. McCoy ,
John (illicit ,
A. A. Aldredge
Kd K. Mugoiio
U Kacouick ,
K. W. (ircenmnn
W. U Mulvey !. .
(ico. W. Allen & Co
0. U Hedges
(J. W. llentley
J T. Drake
S. G. Nicholson
J. W. Kalconer
W. A. Shaver
Dr. F. M. Hrooks
K. J. Killings
Mrs. K. A. Chapman
J. C. Marqunm
0. I,, lledgos
It. U Holmnii
Mrs. Kmlllo Shnw
Mrs. Ylolii M. Godfrey ... .
Mrs. Aneltft Hnss
T. 1". Kendall
T. J. limy
E. W. Kandolph
W. T. Kehord
II. (i. Starkweather
J. O. Noo
E. K. Carter
C. A. Miller
O. S. Iloyles
M. E. Gaffney
C. E. Spenco
Huntley Hros. Co
I'nclflc Tel & Tel Co
C. E. nnmsby . . .
Wilson & Cooke
Horton & Cox
J. E. Ithondes
It. H. nentlo
G. La tigs ford
Mrs. A. G. Guyniip
St. Vincent Hospital
Uirsen & Co
M. E. Buck
W. J. Dodson
Geo. A. Harding
W. J. W. McCord
Estncndn Merc. Co
F. A. Miles
Drs. Soinmer & Mount
A. J. Iowls
S. A. D. Hungnto
Bud Thompson ...
C. T. Bock
, 1 11.70
. 21. SO
Canby and Southern Clackamas
The recent ruins have been a great
hciiclk In llm crops In and nroiind
Cniihy. Very little buy, which luid
been rut, wiih dutiiUKiit. Those hav
ing liny cut nro busily ciiciikc,) i,
storing ll before another ruin sets
Many Ciiuhy people nre attending
the (iiiiutiiuipiu mccllm;, nnd with
tlm linn weather coming on, others are
planning to attend on iiiiirailny when
Hie IiiihcIiiiII team of this place will
plays Ha last game, unless it will be
a tie K'tmo, then they will piny on
Haturdiiy atfernoon, The Cunhy team,
which Ih composed of some of the best.
Iiusehull players III the county, and
they are certainly playing kmh1 games
u. the ('hiiutiiiitpia. W. II. Ducke Is
acting us manager while the leum Is
playing si (Hailstone.
Mr. and Mm. It. H. Coe were Oregon
City visitors tyinduy.
Dr. and Mrs. A. K. Delesplnesse
went to I'ortland Tuesday afternoon,
ret liming Wednesday.
A. D. I'addock, ('anhy's druggist,
went to Portland Saturday on busi
ness. On his return trip ho stopped
at Oregon City and visited his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Haddock.
Mr, and Mr. S. T. Fisher visited
their son and family In Oregon City
Mr. nnd Mrs. Ed. Hnultl visited the
former's parents lit New Era, Sunday.
Howard Ecties, who Is one of the
Instructors nt the Summer Normal at
Oregon (ily, spent Hutunluy and Hun-
day In this city.
Mrs. Douglass and daughter were
Oregon City visitors Inst wei-k.
Arthur Knight returned from Seat
tle, where ho spent a week attending
the A. Y. P. Exposition. He reports
a delightful time, and the fair fine.
Mr. Knight states that the Oregon ex
hibit Is among the best exhibits, and
Is attracting the attention of the East
erners who have come west to at
tend Hie exposition. Mr. Knight's
horse, John I'ender, has entered many
of the races on tho grounds at Seattle.
Mr. and Mrs. Rowland anil son,
Kiiyniond, were In Canby on Monday.
Miss Ilernlre Beck, who has been
visiting with, her sister, Mrs. J. lye
Erkersoii. has returned lo her home
Kay Vlnynrd returned from his va
cation on Monduy evening.
Clifford Wills left for C.rnsB Val
ley. Eastern Oregon, on Wednesday.
Mrs. Cox and son returned the nrst
of the week from Oswego, where they
bad been visiting.
Ed Urudtl. of Chicago, and Arthur
Ilrailtl, of Wisconsin, cousins of Ed
Hrndtl, of this rlly, have arrived In
Canby and are the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Bradtl. They nre on their way
to Spokane, Seattle, Wash., and will
visit the exposition before returning
to tluir homes.
W. II. Hair bus gone to San Fran
cisco, Cub, where he Is on business In
connected with his commission house
of this city.
Carl Lucke visited his parents, Mr.
nnd Mrs. C. Lucke. In Portland on
Wednesday evening, returning here
on Thursday evening.
Mrs. J. L. Wnldron, of Oregon City,
spent Tuesday with her mother, Mrs.
S. T. Button.
Kev. and Mrs. W. J. Weber and
children are among the campers at
Chautauqua at Gladstone.
Miss Hatlle Bates, who has been
visiting with her brother, George
Hates, and family, nt Lincoln, Nebras
ka, for the past six months, returned
hone on Saturday evening. Miss
Hales was accompanied hero by her
slKti-r In-law and children, who will
spend the summer In this city. Mr.
lluli'M will arrive In tlm fall to ac
company Ills family home. Miss ilutea,
although hud n most delightful time
while visiting In Nebrusku, was glad
lo get back to old Oregon again.
Mrs. Andrew Kocher, Mrs. CushI)
Evans, Mrs. O. It, Muck, Mrs. J. A.
Graham will form a party to attend
Chautauqua, on Thursday afternoon
and evening, returning home after tho
George M'-eks, Claud Buty, accom
panied by their families, will leave
Monduy morning for Clear Ijike,
Wusli., where they will spend threo
weeks fishing and hunting.
Harry Keys, formerly proprietor of
the City Hotel, has gone to Southern
Oregon, where he goes In search of
a new location. During Mrs. Keys'
absence his wife and baby are visiting
at the home of Mrs. Zee.
Lcroy Walker Is having the grounds
of his attractive home beautified by
having new fences built.
Mrs. H. N. Brown and two children
are enjoying an outing at the Chau
tauqua by camping, and will remain
during the session.
Editor (.'Brothers of the Canby Trib
une, spent several days In Portland
this week on business.
Post master J. K. Dcyoe, who has
been III for several months, Is Improv
Mrs. Herman Burgoyne, of Portland,
has returned to her home, alter a
few days' visit with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. James Evans.
Kena Hutchinson Is visiting with
relatives at parkplace.
The new residence being construct
ed by Ole Nelson is Hearing comple
tion. E. A. Krueger, who recently purchas
ed the furniture store of O. R. Mack,
is having many Improvements madn
In the Interior of the building. A new
stairway Is being added and a bal
cony will be Installed to. accommodate
the furniture that Is being shipped
Joe Roberts, of Parkplace, Is visit
ing with his aunt, Mrs. C. C. Hutchin
son for a few days. He recently ar
rived from Red Bluff wit his mother,
who Is spending the summer at her
home on Cinckamas Heights.
MIsb Hattle Hutchinson, who has
entered the contest of the Oregon City
Enterprise, is meeting with success.
Miss Hutchinson Is working for the
two weeks' vacation at the Hotel
Breakers. She Is working hard to
win in the contest. Four young ladles
are to be sent to the beach at the ex
pense of the Enterprise. A chaperone
will accompany these young ladies.
George-Walt, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Walt, met with a very pain
ful accident at his home last week.
The boy was riding a bicycle at a
rapid pace in the barnyard, when It
turned with him and threw him to
the ground. He struck on his head,
lacerating his ear in a fearful manner.
The boy was carried to tbe house and
Dr. Dedman summoned, who took four
sttches In the Inured member. The
boy Is getting along nicely.
Roy Lee, of Lebanon, has been vis
iting with his brother, M. J. Lee.
F. Wenlnger, while working in a
hay loft on Saturday, fell from a lad
der he was standing on and was ren
dered unconscious. When found by
parties Mr. Wenlnger was lying on
the ground with tho ladder on top
of him unconscious. Medical aid was
hastily suufiiioiied, and the man taken
to the house of the parties fur whom
he was working. Mr. Wenlnger was
on Monduy taken to his home and un
der Dr. Hodman's skillful care he Is
E. Krueger. who has the contract
for the Southern Pacific Company for
loading the cars of gravel at the cut
In this city, had a narrow escape a
few days ago. Mr. Krueger had sev
eral cars at the top of the cut, and
was In the act of taking them down,
when the brakes failed to work. The
cars went at a rapid rate down tho In
cline when at the bottom It struck
several other cars. One of the cars
was thrown from the track, while an
other one was badly mashed. Mr.
Krueger was forced to Jump from the
rapidly moving cars, and escaped In
Jury. Canby Lodge No. 150, I. O. O. F.,
met Friday evening and the Installa
tion of officers was one of the features
of the evening. The Installation was
in charge of District. Deputy Grand
Master, Howard Eccles. Tho officers
Installed are the following: O. R.
Mack, vice-grand; W. H. Balr, treas
urer; Howard Eccles, secretary; A.
Kocher, right supporter of noble
grand; Horace Patch, left supporter of
noble grand; A. H. Knight, right sup
porter of vice-grand; E. Sutherland,
left supporter vice-grand; J. D. Wllk
erson, wkarden. At the close of the
Installation the ladles of the Rebekah
Lodge No. 124, took the members of
the I. O. O. F. by complete surprise,
and came heavily laden with good
things to eat, which were much en
Joyed by all. A social time followed.
The I. O. O. F. lodge of this city Is In
a very prosperous condition, and
within the past year many new mem
bers have been added to the roll.
Meetings are held every Friday even
ing. Death of John Bany.
John Rany, a well known resident
of this city, who has been 111 for sev
eral months, passed away at the fam
ily residence on Thursday. Mr. Bany
was born September 1. 1849, In Mer
cer County, Ohio, and In tbe year
1875 he married Mary Wourms, of
Mercer County. Mr. and Mrs. Bany
started for the West 18 years ago. and
first settled at Sublimity, Oregon,
where they resided for one and one
half years. They then made their
home In Canby, where they have made
their home ever since. Besides a wid
ow, the deceased leaves the following
children: John, Sebastian, Fred, Adam,
Isadore, Misses Lena, Annie, Lizzie,
Alma of Canby, Mrs. Michaels, of Ore
The funeral services were conducted
Saturday morning at 10 o'clock. Rev.
A. Hlllobrand, of Oregon City, officiat
ing. The Interment was In the Cath
ol! ccemetery at New Era. Many
friends of the family attended. The
floral offerings were beautiful, which
were a token of high esteem In which
the deceased was held.
The city council met In regular ses
sion last Tuesday evening. Monday
night being the regular meeting night,
was declared a legal holiday on ac
count of the Fourth falling on Sun
day. The mayor, recorder and coun
men were present The minutes of
tbe previous meting were read and
approved. The bills, amounting to
$.19.80 were ordered paid.
The following quarterly report of
Treasurer L. I). Walker was rend and
Cash on hand at. end of last
quarter f 3:10.02
Total receipts during quarter 755.38
Amount paid odt 225.80
Cash bal. July 1st $ 859.60
In the matter of oiling the streets
of Canby during the summer months,
the committee on streets and public
! property was ordered to ascertain the
quantity and cost of oil required. The
I committee will make Its report at the
next beetlng of the council.
J A petition of 50 residents, asking
.that the cow ordinance be again re
; ferred to the people at tho next regu
I lar election, December 6. The petl
j Hon was accepted by the council and
will be voter on In December. The
present ordinance prohibiting cattle
to run at large goes Into effect July
In the matter of the fire engine,
which was recently brought here from
Portland, and If satisfactory to be pur
chased by the city, a committee of
three was appointed to reconsider the
purchase of the apparatus, and to
take steps to see that the engine was
what It was represented to be by the
A. G. Long Company, of Portland. The
committees consist of S. T. Fisher,
Charles Bates and W. H. Balr. A
demonstration was given during the
week to show what could be accom
plished by the engine. A stream of
water was thrown on the city hall roof
and over 50 feet high by Mr. Long,
of Portland, who was In charge of the
I fire apparatus. It Is probable that the
' apparatus will he accepted by tbe
J School Meeting.
I The meeting of the school board of
! District No. 68. Canby, met at the
Knight hall on Monday evening. The
I object of the meeting was to act on
I the application of T. J. Gill, of Ore
gon City, for a position In the Canby
school. Mr. Gill was elected to teach
the Grammar grades, and Miss Mary
Thunn. of Portland, to teach the In
At this meeting arrangements were
made to Install a hot air furnace, and
bids will be received by the board
for this work. Mcpherson b. Com
pany, of Portland have filed a bid
for the Installing of a No. 2 Progress
Portable furnace In the school build
ing which will heat the four rooms.
This will be ready for use, except the
brick chimney, excavating and car
penter work, and the price will be
$553. This furnace Is to heat the
rooms to 70 degrees Fhr. In the cold
est weather, and to furnish at least
4.000 cubic feet of air per hour and
to exhaust the impure air from the
The High School board Is composed
of the following : William Lucke,
clerk; Dr. H. A. Dedman, chairman:
William Knight and H. C. Gllmore of
District No. 86; A. M. Vlnyard and
Charles Ken Knight, of District No.
54. The teacher who was chosen for
the High School work is Prof. J. F.
Mitts, who will have charge of the
eighth, ninth and tenth grades. Miss
Florence Stoddard, of Hubbard, will
have charge of the primary grades.
There will be probably eight and one
half months' term of school next year.
C. Duslln 2.00
Max Davis 3.00
Al Klser 2.00
Jt Bosholiu 2.00
S. A. D. Hungato : 21.00
Oregon City Courier 56.00
Uivejoy & Lincoln 41.75
Glass & Prudhomme 22.97
Board of Healt.n.
C. H. Dauchy 6-85
In the mntter of deed for roadway
to Clackamas County, by D. M. Mc
Brlde; ordered that said deed be ac
cepted and recorded by Clackamas
lu the matter of the petition of A.
M. Vineyard for the removal of ob
struction In public road between lots
13, 16, 17 and 18, and lots 3S, 39,
40 and 41, Prmieliuid; ordered that the
Surveyor of road district No. 17 cause
said obstruction to be removed there
In the mntter of tho petition of J.
(1. Deneul nnd others for a county
road; ordered that viewers meet at
the place of beginning of said road
on the.... day of July, 1909.
In the matter of tho petition of John
A. Walgren and others for a county
road; ordered that viewers meet at
the place of beginning of said road on
the day of July, 1909.
In the mutter of the petition of E.
M. Unities and others for a county
road; ordered that viewers meet at
the place of boglnulng of said road on
tbe duy of July, 1909.
In the matter of the petition of
Jqlm F. Snyder and others for a
county road; ordered that said matter
be laid over until August term, 1909.
lu the mntter of the report of view
ers on the H. J. Ward road; ordered
that report of said viewers be read
first time, and laid over until tomor
row for second reading.
In the matter of the F. A. Hoffmau
road; ordered that report of viewers
be rend, and laid over until tomorrow
for second reading.
In the matter of the petltlou of
George W. Will and others for a
county road; ordered that said peti
tion be and Is hereby dismissed.
In the mutter of the H. J. Ward
road; report of viewers read second
time and referred to District Attorney.
In the mutter of the F. A. Hoffman
road; report of viewers rend second
time and referred to District Attor
In tho matter of A. G. Bomstedt
road; report of viewers read first
tlmo and laid over until tomorrow
for second rending.
In the matter of tho town-plat sof
Multnomah Acres; ordered that said
plat be and Is hereby approved.
In tho mntter of the town-plat of
Meldrum; ordered that said plat be
and Is hereby approved.
In the matter of petition of William
Bridge for rebate of taxes In the sum
of $35.07; ordered that warrant is
sue to said petitioner In the sum of
$35.07 in payment of said rebate.
In the matter of the petition of J.
H. Johnson for rebate of taxes In the
sum of $29.40; ordered that warrant
Issue to said petitioner in the sum of
$29.40 In payment of said rebate.
In the matter of the petition of
Mary C. Langenberg for rebate of
taxes; ordered that warrant issue to
said petitioner In the sum of $43.40
In payment of said rebate.
In the matter of the petition of
B. F. & H. L. Relley for rebate of
taxes; ordered that warrant Issue to
said petitioners for the sum of $9.03
in payment thereof.
In the matter of the petition of L.
R. Cleveuger for rebate of taxes; or
dered that warrant Issue to said pe
titioner in the sum of $10.50 In pay
In the matter of the petition of F.
T. Graves for rebate of taxes; order
ed that warrant Issue to said petition
er In the sum of $7.10 In payment
In the matter of the eptitton of B.
A. Baxter for rebate of taxes; ordered
that warrant Issue In favor of said
petitioner In the sum of $3.50 In pay
In the matter of the petition of John
Musa ior rebate of taxes; ordered
that warrant issue In favor of said
petitioner in the sum of $20.16 In pay
In the matter of the petition of Ida
C. Inmnn, for rebate of taxes; order
ed that warrant issue to said peti
tioner In the sum of $19.50 In pay
In the matter of the petition of C.
D. Lntourette forerebate of taxes; or
dered that warrant Issue to said pe
titioner In the sum of $10.86 in pay
In the matter of the appointment
of Edgar W. Goodner, as Justice of
the Pence for District No. 12; ordered
that said Edgar V. Goodner be and
he is appoiuted as Justice of the
Peace for said District No. 12 until
the next general election.
In the matter of deed for roadway
by Jesse Hobson, Ernest P. Rands
and wife and 11. A. Andrews and wife;
ordered that said deeds be accepted
and recorded by Clackamas County.
lu the matter of deed from H. J.
Rastall nnd wifo and deed from Ben
jamin F. Forrester and others, for road
purposes; ordered that said deeds be
recorded by Clackamas County.
In the matter of townplat of Cole
man; ordered that Bald plat be and
In the matter of townplat of South
Clackamas; ordered that said plat be
and Is approved.
In the matter of petition for ap
pointment of E. F. Donahue as Con
st ule for District No. 12; ordered that
said E. F. Donahue be and is appoint
ed as Constable for District No. 12.
In the matter of report of road su
pervisor of road district No. 28; or
dered that all warrants due for work
in said district be paid out of the
general road fund.
Help for Those Who Have Stomach
After doctoring for about twelve
years for a bad stomach trouble, and
spending nearly five hundred dollars
for medicine and doctors' fees, I pur
chased my wife one box of Chamber
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets,
which did her so much good that she
continued to use them and they have
done her more good than all of the
medicine I bought before. Samuel
Boyer, Folsom. Iowa. This medicine
is for sale by Huntley Bros. Co.
List of unclaimed letters at the Ore
gon City Postofflce for week ending
Woman's list Carothers, Helen ;
Jones, Mrs. Ada; Williamson. Mrs. L.
Men's list Conway, George; Ditt
man, Bernard; French. D. B. li;
Giovanni, Tonelll; Green, H. L.: Jagos,
Charley; Jones, Clark; Meyrick,
Thomas; Moore, Berry J.; Singh,
Proper Treatment for Dysentery and
The great mortality from dysentery
and diarrhoea Is due to a lack of
proper treatment at the first stages of
the disease. Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Is a
reliable and effectual medicine, and
when given In reasonable time will
prevent any dangerous consequences.
It has been In use for many years and
has always met with unvarying suc
cess. For sale by Huntley Bros. Drug
Musical People at Aurora.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry T. Flnck. of
New York, nre vlsitlug Mr. FInck's
sister, Mrs. Flora Beck, for a few
n.onths. Mr. Finck Is musical critic
of the New York Post, and Is a promi
nent figure in the New York musical
u-nrlil He is thn author and editor
of a number of musical books and
Mr. Dustln Is repainting his resi
dence. The recent rain did a great deal of '
good to the growing crops.
John Erickson is contemplating the
building of an addition to his house in
the near future.
Mr. Gardner Is building an addi
tional room to his dwelling. Elmer
Veteto is doing the work.
Joseph Parrot, postmaster of Glen
wood, Wash., Is visiting friends here
and viewing the playgrounds of his
Joseph Sevclk, Jr., spent several
days last week visiting friends at
Henry Knight, of Canby, was in
the city Tuesday and remained for
the evening session of campmeetiug.
Messrs. Dundon and Burgoyne were
Portland visitors Monday.
Mrs. .Mary Strejlc and Miss Josie
Sevclk, of Portland, visited their
father and brothers here this week.
Several from this vicinity attended
the Chautauqua last Sunday.
Miss Mary Engel and Mrs. J.
Slaughter have charge of the hotel
on the camp ground again this year.
WEAK KIDNEYS MAKE, WEAK
Kidney Oiseases Cause Half the Com
mon Aches and Ills of Oregon
Bowel Complaint in Children.
When six months old the little
daughter of E. N. Dewey, a well known
merchant of Agnewvllle, Va., had an
attack of cholera Infantum. Chamber- (
lain s Colic, Cholera ami utarrnoea
Remedy was given and effected a com
plete cure. This remedy has proven
very successful in cases of bowel com
plaint in children and when given ac
cording to the plain printed directions
can be relied upon with perfect con
fidence. When reduced with water
and sweetened It is pleasant to take,
which Is of great Importance when a
medicine must be given to young
children. For sale by Huntley Bros.
As one weak link weakens a chain,
so weak kidneys weaken the whole
body and hasten the final breaking
down. Overwork, strains, colds and other
causes Injure the kidneys, and when
their activity Is lessened the whole
body suffers from the excess of uric
poison circulated In the blood.
Aches and pains and langour and
urinary ills come, and there Is an
ever-increasing tendency towards dia
betes and fatal Bright's disease. There
is no real help for the sufferer except
Doan's Kidney Fills act directly on
the kidneys and cure every kidney 111.
Oregon City cures are the proof.
Theodore Huerth, Park Place, Ore
gon. City, Ore., says: "For a long
time I suffered a great deal from a
lameness and aching across the kid
ney regions, also was bothered by Ir
regularity In the action of the kid
ney secretions. The trouble was not
severe enough to lay me up but very
annoying and It was difficult for me
to stoop or lift as sharp pains would
shoot through my back at every at
tempt to do so. A friend Induced me
to try Doan's Kidney Pills and I pro
cured a box from Huntley Bros', store.
Their use removed every trace of the
trouble and strengthened my back
and kidneys. Doan's Kidney Pills
proved In every way to be a remedy
worthy of Indorsement."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-MIlburn Co., Buffalo.
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.