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OKEtfOX CITY ENTHRPKISK, FlillUY. DKCKMllKlv H, 1!K).
IS GOING UP
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vod ts concerned, as Important as If!
thousands of dollars won' Involved.;
Tliis Is nut by any moans t ho only
instance I could cite of tills chancier,
hut aside from tho fact that my space
I is limited, the one Illustration shows.
Is I believe, ii wrong conception in
FLOUR PRICES ALSO AFFECTED tho Mayors mln.l of tho duties mid
BY THE RECENT ADVANCES.
APPLES YIELD IS SHORT
Prices Advance on Poultry Butter
Promises to Become Luxury Eggs
Remain at Same High Point
Veal Makes Advance.
As the holiday season advances, on
qulries for pood grade Oregon pota
toes begin to conti in. At present no
appreciable advance has boon made
obligations of his otlioo.
I stand for an aggressive, buslnoss
liko administration ; to adopt a slam:
phraso, "something doin' all tho time."
and a pood livo town. 1 am putting
this maitor out In pnl tlni" for my
opitiout to take issue on anvtiiln.;
ho may except to.
Yours for a bigger and better town.
O. W. KASTHAM.
KpR plant 10c lb.
Persimmons 30c. doi.
Apples fancy, TScal.fn per box.
crabs, 4c 1!)
Flour bost valley tfi CS hbl:, hard
wheat. Ji.7." bbl; bost graham. $!.r0
Hulk lard IStfSiV.
Cured moats bost country bacon
but tho general firmer condition would ISc: Kastorn Ureakfast. ;;c.
warrant the expectation of a slight up- Hams country, 17c: packing house
ward tend of the market soon. Ro..I0c: fancy bacon
ports from, all the bis wholesale cen
ters show thai up to last week pota
toes were relatively higher here than
in either the Kast or South. In New-
York, Kansas City and New Orleans j
f itinr u-;i ntiiil.vt IT rM, 1 .
10 50 cents per bushel. shorts, country, 32. 00; city,
Owinir to the cystine and past un- middlings. :!00; rolled
Cranberries 15c lb.
Crapes local 20 :?c lb: California.
Celery 5c per bunch.
Cauliflower per head 5J?l0c.
Mill food rtran $;s.50 per ton:
favorable weather conditions the late! S'l .-0 and J..:..-0; chop J'.-J: alfalfa
stuff is boms marketed in a conditio! meal U'3.00; crackvd corn $;i..50.
that materiallv effects the sale when! Grass seed Timothy 6jf7c tb. Ken
on the market. It is recommended 'ucky hluegrass :'0c: orchard 17 fflSc;
that upon divine the tubers they bo ! red clover 13c; alsiko 13c; Knslish
placed in a bin. and when thorough i R' sss
dry, run over a grader, thereby rvmov-j Hops t?0S crop, prime, :0c; 1909.
ing the dried mud etc. Owing to the i --c 'i -'c.
heavy cron this year the demand is r 'S5 We
for a better grade than offered last j Dates i;iac.
year for fancy. A spud, of th Rur-! Onions green
hMik of any like variety, throe inches small 2c lb.
in length must be perfect in shape j Garlic 15c lb.
and entirelv free from defect o pass ' Cabbage lc lb
5c bunch: pickling.
muster as a fancy grade potato. A
movement Is on foot among loc.il
dealers to educate the farmers in the
art of preparing stuff for the markets.
Poultry Steady and Firmer.
Poultry of a good grade assumed s
better tone after Thanksgiving and
this week the market registered a ' Halibut IOc
Squash Hubbard '2c lb. ;
l.ard 5 lb tins. 90c: W-lb. $1.73.
Soap Savon laundry, 5 to 7 bars.
Kerosene pure, 30c gal; common
Pried fish Salmon, fancy 20clb;
slight advance, with a steady demand
and offerings plentiful. Egcs are still
climbing but considerable slower than
the past rapid jump characterizing
the trade in butter and eggs. Fancy
butter promises to reach a new high
mark in the East this winter, and
this will no doubt cause the Western
product to become a luxury.
Apples Short Crop.
The late bulletins of the V. S. Agri
cultural department show a consider
able shortage this year of the apple
crop. Again a ten year average ot
50.9 per cent of a full crop, in 19"S,
43.4 per cent was harvested, while
this year only 42.5 per cent of a full
crop was gathered.
Oregon City quotations are as fol
lows: Wholesale buying prices.
Oregon City Commission Co. and
Oregon City Poultry Market.
Grain Wheat, 93c bu: oats, $2ST;
J2S.30 per ton; barley $27.00 n?r ton;
vetch seed, 4c lb: clover setd, prime
red. 10c: alsike, fancy, IjC.
10c; alsike. fancy, 13c.
Hay best clover $14 per ton; cheat
$14; timothy $16; grain hay $15; al
falfa, selling $20 per ton.
Straw fancy bright. $5.00.
Cascara bark, best dried 3c to 4c;
slightly off color, 2c to 3c.
Oregon Grape root, 2ff3c tb.
Potatoes, best fancy.5og55c perewt
ordinary 40c; seed 13c bu; Early Rose
Apples fancy ripe, 75cfi $1.00 per
Pears Winter, 35cg 50c box.
Prunes Italian: Best dried 50 to
60 count, at 2V4c per pound; Petite,
Pumpkins 50c60c cwt.
Sack vegetables, carrots, turnips,
Cabbage 50c cwt.
Dressed meats best block hogs
(125 to 175 ibs wt.) 9cf 9Hc, veal, 9q
10c: mutton, fancy, 7c: lamb. 9c lb.
Hides green cow 8 9c; Bteer 63
7c: calf 12c; salt, lc more; best dry
Poultry Old hens, 12e 3
springs, 12Q12'4: rooster, young,
lllic; old, 8c; ducks, 13c; turkeys
Eggs 21c doz.
Butter creamery, 60c per roll, best
Onions SoS $100 per cwt.
Sauer Kraut $15 barrel.
Sacks burlap, new "He; seconds,
Twine best, 15c skein. i
Empty oil barrels S $100. I
Coal Mendota, medium, $7.00 from
Quotation furnished by Larsen & Co
Sugar per sack, best berry, $0.00,
Beans little white 8c: brown Cc.
Salt best table, $1.00 $1.50 cwt.
Pickles sour. 10c qt; dills, 10c qt:
sweets, 10c pint; green chili peppers,
Rice fancy, S'.c lb; ordinary Cc.
Sweet potatoes 3c lb.
Irish potatoes 75c$l per cwt.
Cheese 25c lb; cream brick, 25c.
Honey comb 15c IT.
Oran?-s 30c doz.
Lemons 30c doz.
Bananas 30c doz.
Cocatiuts 10c each.
Quinces 1 1-4 cents lb.
Grape fruit 10c or 6 for 40c.
Pickled Salmon 10c Ij 12 l3c lb.
Herring 10c lb.
Sauer kraut 10c quart.
Mohair 24c 3 26c.
Steaks, Chops, Etc- at Streibig's
Steaks best round, 12Sc lb; shoul
der 10c; sirloin, 13c: porter house.
Pork chops 15c lb.
Mutton chops 12Uc.
Lamb chops 13c.
Veal steaks 13c.
Sausage weluies lC'-jc
liverwurst 10c; blood 10c
and headcheese 10c per !b
Shoulder 10c; fresh side pork 15c
Tripe 10c lb.
Pickled pig's feet 12c lb.
Boiled bam 33c lb.
Ham sausage 20c lb.
FISH fresh, salmon, 10c
12c: sme't. 10c.
Clams little necks. Cc lb.
Dressed turkeys 23c lb.
Chickens 16c lb.
Ducks and Geese ISc.
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tly" Our Holiday Lines ;
m i 1 1
Are so aried that wo print it partial list,
otherwise you would hardly know them all
liom one visit.
And please leniembi-r that this Is first
and last a quality store, where only good
of merit are sold. ' No merchandise U al
lowed In It except goods we can vouch for
If every article Is not Just as repiesented.
we stand ready to refund your money.
Men's Leather Goods
, Book Cases
n . . ...... u.. . , . ,
'iVKf.Ci Vtetatlooraphy outfits
r'-S'ii?iJ Folding Tables
Post Card Alliums
SOUVENIR OPENING DAY EVENTS, storied 1V
us In Oregon Clly years to, hnvc grown until
wc look forwtirtl to this tloy with a ortdt lcol of
Come to our opening mul sec oil the useful oml
pretty (jltts wc hove been collecting for the. post ten
months for this Holiday Season. We set aside this one
ofterno.m each year to entertain, as well as we may,
our customers and friends.
We will have music during the afternoon and
evening and to every lady buying 25t or more we will
give a beautiful Cloywood Jar worth at least i()c In any
art store. Ke member you are more than welcome
whether you buy or not. We want you to pass judgment
on our stock anyhow. for those who care to buy, this
handsome Jar will make o good souvenir of the occasion.
!- DON'T OVERLOOK THIS
We have tnuud the ROYAL HAWAIIAN ORCHESTRA AND GLEE
CLUB for Wednesday afternoon from 2 to 4 and we particularly want our
out of town friends and customers to hear these detiulitful musicians. II will
be worth your while to make a special trip that day to hear their native mtislt:
Extra Values in j:
For Oponliii; Imy we plain oil "ale niun
j Hook value thai are tiHfntilshlliK when one coll' i
Millers Hint evi'r) tliliiK whli h Roes Into the mul,
llli; nf IiooLk Ih tuhuurliiK III prli e
Our Holiday Hunk stork U uun h larger
than ever before, and we rial in to mII all
books us low as nnv store on Hie I 'oast.
Uaiuty ttlft books In fancy bliidliir.s ran be
had nt :!.'r fiHe, T.'io and on up io $.'.'iii. j
Toy luniks for the little ones at ic. U; uud
up to 50e.
Imi llois'iitiil Clili llookn woitli ::.'n- mul ne.
Rood liiiper. KOod type lllld tllle cloth hlliib
hit; IhioUm Hun Mm will want d
buy live or M of at Opening Day
I'rlee ot .'
Opening Day Picture Prices
At hist we have solved the problem of showing pictures. Our new scheme will be as much
of a pleasure to you as it Is a comfort to us. Think of three or four hundred picture mi mwIiik
wiiiiis so arranged that you can examine every one In ten minutes, without the aid of ti rb rk If
you wish. He sure to visit our l'lcture Depart tnent.
loo lis' Honks copyrlKhli'd. excel
lent values ai the publishers' price
of T.'ic. Opening Day Price
L'.'iO copies of the inot popular tlcllon of the
lust to or three yearn, published original!)
nt II. .'el. These uie not priced spe.
rial for OpetilhK Day, but lire sp.
rial allies eiery day with us
Better select now while stock is complete.
and see wliul ;'.'.c will buy on our
"Opeiiliii; iuy" We have arratiK'il
for oilr ri'hionielii'c lnliu npeclal
twiiliit balui-H so Hull evciy one uiio
wl'hes ran net a souvenir And b)
the wily, we IioiikIiI ellnUK-h nf tin-Ill
Inis ii-ar so I !iul iin one nee.! lie i
appointed (li.e niily In a cU'loiuer
Vuil will find 111"
For That Dull Feeling After Eating.
"I have used Chamberlain's Stomach
and Liver Tablets for some time,
and can testify that they have done
me moTe good than any tablets J
have ever used. My trouble was a
heavy dull feeling after eating"
David Freeman, Kempt. Nova Scotia.
These tablets strengthen the stomach
and Improve the digestion. They also
regulate the livar and bowels. They
are far superior to pills but cost no
more. Get a free sample at Huntley
Bros. Co.'s drug store and see what
a splendid medicine it is.
100 Passe Partout
framed Pirtures by Fisher,
and other equally
u framed Pictures Ix.'i up to Tx'J.
all new catchy subject. OpcnliiK
Day Price ,
Other Pictures up to $10.00 in Value
Our shnwIiiK of Uulles' leather HiiK" Is wnrthy of any city
very l.iteststyles and shapes rilhlilliK III price frniu im to '.' "Hi
For Opening Pay we offer a nice tissorlnienl of on Hag, m it Hie latest
shape, but tine, strong leather lined bags (hat w ill wear as long a a ,-' on
You know what bargains our stationery, sp rials for Opening Day have always bei
year we are trying to excell all previous effort).
i'i.'ic. 7-m- and S"c Holiday Stationery
lirtc. 3jC and 40c llox Paper, special
One pound Box of Paper, special at.. 30s Envelopes to match, special.
Huntley Bros. Co.,
The weather at present does not
look much like plowing or sowing.
We have some new neighbors in
our burg by the name of Mc.Murren.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Wallace and
daughters, spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Lou Sager.
A number have potatoes in the
ground yet that a hard freeze would
Mr. Moser,. our genial blacksmith,
was in Oregon City Tuesday on busi
ness. Lou Sager took a load of potatoes
to Oregon City Monday.
F. Mueller called on his brother,
Have no teacher for the school as
Every one is getting ready for
Christmas especially the little folks.
Mr. and Mrs. Anderson and family
spent Thanksgiving with their daugh
ter, Mrs. Nellie Wallace.
Notice of Final Settlement.
Notice Ib hereby given that the un
dersigned administrator of the estate
of James A. Hannagen, deceased, has
filed his final account herein with the
County Clerk of Clackamas County,
Oregon, and the County Judge has set
Monday, the .'id day of January, 1910,
at the hour of 10 o'clock A. M., at
the County Court room of said Coun
ty and State as the time and place
aeount and for the final settlement of
C. D. & D. C. LATOt.'RETTE,
and O. D. EHY, Attorneys for Administrator.
Catty Nc Money On Your Person
It is not necessary, beside it is unsafe and
dangerous. Deposit your money in this
bank subject to check, then when you wish
to pay any person, write out a check for
This method of paying bills is more con
venient than employing the cash. No need
to make change. You can pay by check
wherever you are, at home, in the store or
out in the country.
The check account commends itself to every
person fot its convenience alone, to say
nothing about the safety it affords.
Why not make use of the check system?
There is absolutely no cost to you. Come
in and talk to us about it.
The Bank of Oregon City
OREGON CITY, OREGON
Milwaukee and Northwestern Clackamas
to Save Hie World." meniben) of the
Mission Hand; opening of mile Imxes;
Tin' services will be held nt the
usual hour on next Sunday, us follows:
Morning service, 10:. HI; Sunday school
I Commercial Club was held In the card that was sent on Wednesday by :l:;ili; Young People's Alliance, 7 IV
City Hall on Friday night. There was their son, Kay. from Hretnerton, m.; evening service, K o'clock. The
Born on Monday December 1, tola large attendance, and many ladles , Wash., which was gotten out by the subject for Ihe morning service will
Mr and Mrs Alex Karpsteln, a 7Vi j of the city were represented. fulled States .Marine Corps. Hay Is ,e "ijooil City Morals." All are luvlled
pound son. This Is the first' boy in W. F. Lehman, president of the the chief rook, and on Thanksgiving to these services,
.k. miiv' :hi,.h oneoitnts for the bin-1 chih cave a brief address, and was , served u meal for L'l'li men. The card I
smile that' Mr. Karpsteln is carrying 1 followed by Colonel Hofer, of Salem. Is elaborately decorated with the tin-
aroun,l I Mr. Hofer spoke on development tlomil rolors, and makes a beautiful
Dr and Mts. Townley and Mr. and i work, and told of the difficulty In the souvenir. The young man has many
Mrs Jack Monroe formed a Thanks-1 starting of the improvement club In friends In this city, who hope that
HvW fllnner nartv on Thursday ev-: his home town. His remarks were wnen ne is on u visu io urn piir iu
Ijot rviwllng sell ynur property.
enlng of last week at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Monroe.
Mr. and Mrs. Slmms, who have been
residing in Milwaukle. left Tuesday
for near Oregon City, where they will
make tneir future home. Mr. and
Mrs. Slmms have many friends here
who regret in seeing them leave.
Mr. and Mrs. John Cash and family.
who left here several months ago for
greatly appreciated by the large gath- that he will serve them one of is tine
ering Colonel Hofer Is advorating meius. tor wnicn iney are piuienuv scnoni .Yionuay
Milwaukle School Notes.
Ilnttle Keck Is still absent from
Uirene Smith was absent from
a state road of hard surface across waiting.
each county of the state. He believes Women's Work Club Meets.
The Milwaukle school will send
their donation of pointocs to the Hoys
that such a road would he an Induce-1 Th(, W(mi(,n.g VV()rk nil, (lf , and (ilrls Aid Society. They were to
ment to many to mum ineir mmies MI)wailkP (irnllK0 nint , tn )m
along this roaij, and that the land on
the sides, ten acres deep, wouhi in
crease In each county to many thou
sands of dollars. Much disappoint
of Mrs. (Jeorge Maple on Wednesday.
The day was spent In sewing and pre
paring for the coming bazaar, which
will lie given at the drango hall on
Rainier, have returned to Miiwaimie, meni was causen inn i.o.e. Fr,, unH H,,t,ir,By December in
ail-iance or lion licorge im wneii, w ,., Rm A klmH ()f fnlcy W((rk
on account of Mr. Cash's eyes fall
Ing him. They have purchased the
restaurant of Miss Christian Fisher
on Main street, first door north of the
Elmer merchandise store.
Paul Thresher Is recovering from
his Illness. '
John nutterworth, of Portland, was
In Milwaukle on Tuesday, the guest of
Mrs. Engle, of WoodHtock, who has
been viHltlng with friends In this
cltv, has returned to her home.
Professor and Mrs. E. J. Hadley
and son, Robert, of Portland, Mr. and
Mrs. Hrong and son, Paul, of Lents;
Miss Holrnslelgh and Miss Ada Al
bert were entertained at a delicious
Thanksgiving dinner by Rev. and Mrs.
N. Shupp. '
The Improvements to the hand hall,
which are In charge of Charles Mnl
Ian, are almost completed. An en
thusiastic meeting of the band wan
held Mondav evening, and the new
leader. W. K. Thresher, is giving en
Rev Fisher, of Jefferson, formerly
was scheduled for an address. Mr.
Hrownell will appear at a later date,
being unable to attend the hiHt meet
ing. Woodmen Give Successful Masque
The eomnrittee In charge of the
grand masque hall given on Thanks
giving eve by the Woodmen of the
World, Is receiving the congratula
tions of all for the great success of
the affair. The hall was filled with
the merry dancers, who were costum
ed to represent many characters. The
milslc -was excellent, and was fur
nished by the four-piece Hoesly or
chestra. Imring the evening the Lin
den Circle, Women of Woodcraft,
served an oyster supper, free to the
dancers. There were many specta
tors present, who enjoyed watching
the dancers trip the light fantastic.
For the best dressed lady nnd gen
tleman handsome silk umbrellas were
be sent Inst week, bill so many little
children forgot to bring them thai
they decided to wait a few days.
F.mina Roberts has quit school and
taken up a position In Portland.
The debate riime off nicely nnd the
decision was In favor of the nega
tive. I think nil of us would rather
have friends than money.
eluding quilts, rugH, dolls, children's
,l..u .., nml till bln.lu ,,f riiti,.v
..,ii; ,L. ;.,,t.i .,,.i,..,t.. f.,r Mr. and Mrs. Could, of this city.
Christmas gifts, everything from Imve gone to ( allfornla. for Mrs.
elephant Ui a handkerchief. T, , Could s health. ,
ladles of this club have been work- l"'z';1 I"'"'". Ml ""
lug since September In preparing for:r'"l,- ' "," m''"ml "" '', "f
(ions OlHon Is nbsenl from school.
the affair, and there should be n large,
attendance. On Friday evening there
will be a programme, when pupils of'
the Milwaukle school will take an ac
tive part. I
Those who altended the nieeilng on l A very delightful and Interesting
Wednesday and partaking of the din-! programme was given at the Jennings
tier, were Mrs. Uiulse Townley, Mrs. lidge School on Wednesday lifter
J. ' L. Casio, Mrs. l'weng, Mrs. noon, November 21, nt which a liutn
.lames Itobblns. Mrs. C. Parentis. Mrs her of Ihe mothers were present. The
Maggie Johnson, f'hiirlln Maple, Mar
Jorle Wlsslnger. Mrs. James Davis.
Mrs. pearl Wlsslnger, M,rs. (leorge
Maple, Miss Kate CaHto. Dr. Townley
arrived at noon In time for the spread,
and he ably assisted Mrs. Maple In
serving her guests.
The members of this club will meet
awarded to Miss Flossie Warren and
Arthur Webster, Jr., and for the best at. the home of Mrs. Maple on next
inutMiK.,1 eharneters. representing I Tuesday to finish several articles for
oast or of the Evangelical cnurcn, wil farm,.rH MrH, oicom and EarJ Phnlrjtho fair. This will probably be the
in Milwaukle this week, visiting with wl.r,, awar,i, prZes, gold brooch and i lust meeting of the club before Ihe
old friends. Pfr buttons. The Judges were J. j bazaar.
Reginald Wltte has returned io 'nnA Thresher, Jack Monroe and Mrs. Services at Evangelical Church.
Wlllman. I The services held at th" ICvatigciiciu
-The proceeds amounted to a neat . j church Sunday were largely attended,
sum. The committee' In charge of i Thanksgiving services was held In the
the ball was composed of J. S. Mul- j irioriilng, the subject, of Rev. Shupp s
1an, W. A. Warner, C. Kerr, John ll.
C-lbson and A. H. Dowling.
Night Cap Social.
Linden Circle, Women of Woodcraft,
will give a "Night Cap" social in the
Woodmen hall Saturday night, D
O A. C. at. Corvallls, after spending
Thanksgiving week with relatives
The Milwaukle Orange will meet nt
the Grange hall this Friday evening.
Ren Olsen and Charles Houser,
students of O. A. C, after visiting at
their homes here, have returned to
City Election. Monday.
The city election will take place
on Monday, December 0, and as there
are Rcveral candidates In the race, an
exciting time will probably be had.
Among those who are candidates for
the office of city marshal are Ed Kel
logg. R. L. Large and R. H. Mcln-
i tyre Is a candidate for councilman,
i It every man get out and cast a vote.
Commercial Club Meets.
! An enthusiastic meeting of the
W. E. THRESHER
niLWAUKIE, - OREQON
sermon being: "Are Wo a Christ Inn
Nation?" The evening services were
In charge of the Women's Missionary
Society, and was In the form of a
thanks offering service. The Mission
band rendered recitations and inuslcnl
cemher 4. The fore part of the ev-! selections. The mite boxes were open-
enlng will be taken up with an ex
cellent programme by some of the
best local talent from Oak Orove Mil
waukle and Wichita.
An auctioneer will be on hand, and
ed and It. was found that $l!0.8i) had
been turned Into the ladles.
The following programme was giv
en: Song, congregation; Scripture
lesson: nrayer; anthem, choir; thank
the night caps will be auctioned off j offering lesson; BonR. Mission Hand;
to the highest bidder. Refreshments
will he served during the evening.
If you have never attended a "Night
Cap" social, go to the one on Satur
day night, anu have a good laugh. The
ladles In charge are Mrs. R. Ollmoti.
Mrs. L. Mullan, Mrs. A. Mullan, Mrs.
J. H. Hicks, Mrs. N. Arnold, Mrs. A.
H. Howling, Mrs. O. Keller.
Mllwaukie Boy Cooki For 220 Men.
Mr. and Mrs. Maple, of this city,
are in receipt of a handsome menu
recitation. "Ills Share," Uura 8prlng
exercise by seven girls, "How We
Helped"; solo, flernloe Flsch; "How
THE J0HN80N REALTY CO.
City Lots, Acreage and Farm
P. 0. Box 213
following Is the program : l 'im
position, "Oh Thanksgiving." Marie
Tozler; recitation. Doris Pnlnton;
Heading, "Our Turkey," Ethel Mart;
song, "See the Farmer" by nine little
folks; Composition, "Pilgrims," Fern
Hart; Composition, "The First Thanks
giving," Annie Russell; piano solo.
Kthel Hart; recitation. "Our First
Thanksgiving." Chester Tozler : "Mem
ory Gems." by the pupils; dialogue,
"The Puritan Maids" Doris Pnlnton.
Hessle Tozler, Ruth TrilHcotl and Dora
Westerfleld. C.race Rose Marie, To
zler and and Fern llnrt; composition,
"Thanksgiving and the Pilgrim," by
Helen Pnlnton; song. "(irn. Itude," by
the school. Special mention Hhoulii
he made of the composlltons written
nnd read by Marin Tozler, Fern Hart,
Annie Russell nnd Helen Pnlnton, who
had taken The Pilgrims nnd the first
Thanksgiving for their supecti nnd
they brought, out tho full inclining of
Thanksgiving In lis truest sens.? w hich
should always bo a day full of grati
tude ns well as feasting Tho'te who
visited tho school were Msdumen
Roethe, Rose, Hart, Spooner, WHenx,
Truscott and Roberts.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Jack Hampton and
Jack, Jr.. have been spending a week
In Portland with felnllves and friends.
On Wednesday of tho past week Jack
celebrated his fifth birthday at tho
homo of his aunt. The dining room
was lavishly decorated In red and
white, caranatlons being used exten
sively and Dutch favors were given
the children intending. Tho event
will long be remembered by Mnster.
Jack and his little frlend.i, lis Mrs.
Hampton and Miss Hampton gave
tbi'in a niMil time.
Friday. November x w, iv. ihlrty
fifth aiiiiheriiiiry of Hie mitrrlngn i f
Mr. uud Mrs (icorge Mors- and In lion
or of the event II ieghip, hiirprlii.
was planned on them by '.h Mr daugh
ter and the affair was so well planned
thill Mr. mul Mrs Mors were totally
unaware nf the nffnlr nut II th g ts
hud entered tin' reception hill MimIp
it ml games worn Indulged 'n nnd tin
lli-lnus refreshments were served Many
bountiful pieces of rhltiii mid linen
were sent In. Assisting In the enter
taining were Hie bust and hostess'
ihlldreii, Mrs. Delia Roberts Miss
Alice pnlnton. Mrs. C. p Morse nnd
Miss Mabel Morse, On Thanksgiving
Day a quantity of flowers were also
sent In by friends nnd letters of con
graduations poured In from Eastern
frlneils, ninny of whom were with
these people on their Until anniver
sary, which was celebrated at their
pretty country home, "Popular Farm."
just previous to their departure from
Iowa to Oregon. Among those out of
the l,odgn who were present were
Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Hutchinson, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Albert porter Morse, Mr.
nnd Mrs. C. P. Morse, Mrs. Harriet
Meiuleiihall, Miss Marrlel Cousins, of
Portland, Mr. and Mrs. s. F. Scripture,
of Oregon city. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson,
of (Hailstone and Mr, and Mrs Hen
derson, of Meldrutn.
Rev. Jahu. a Herman Methodist
minister, preached a very Interesting
sermon nt the (irace Chapel on Sun
day evening, November iS. at H o'clock
P. M. Rev. Juhn spoko In behalf of
the Antl KiiliMin league and took his
text from Proverbs, ill Iin In his
Interesting address be gave a number
of Htntlsllcs which tells us that ,'tiio.
1)00 families are made destitute every
year by the liquor truffle, I'lil.tllil) girls
become victims of the while slave
trade every year, liin.diiii men fill
drunkards' graves each year and "ii
per cent of the murders were due In
whlHkey and the liquor tralllce. Rev.
(Continued on Page G.)
I Oak Knoll Place I
Ten Acre Fruit and
Weal conditions for
home building. Easy
Payments. Only 7
miles from Salem,
the "Cherry City."
J. C. ZINSER, Owner ;
C ,1 r 4 r 1
"'tm, iv i, JTC.