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OKEOOX CITY ENTKlilMJISK, VK1DAY, DKOKMHKU 3, 1009.
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W. X Vaa Schufw & Co, NnkWOratM
NEWS OP THE COUNTY
Frank Fromong, of Nebraska, who
has been visiting with his brothers
and parents, returned home Tuesday.
Thanksgiving has come and gone.
The turkeys have all been eaten and
everyone Is laying plans for Xmas.
Last Friday morning the water stood
14 Inches in the powerhouse, every
one In town'had their tubs, buckets
full of water, for fear the pump would
be shut down and we would be out of
water, but by evening It had fallen to
eleven Inches and at present we are
out of danger unless the river starts
to raise again.
Captain and Mrs. 'R. J. Young and
daughter, Leota, spent Thanksgiving
In Portland at Mrs. Koontz.
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Kruse spent
Thanksgiving at Mrs. Baker's.
Mr. Batdorf and family spent Thurs
day with Mr. and Mrs. 0. Tonkin.
Geo. Fromong and C. D. Dollar went
to Portland Thursday.
H. Berdine, who has been very 111
with typhoid fever at the home of his
mother, is improving slowly.
Adah Mass attended Juvenile Aid
at Miss Watenpaugh's at Oregon City,
Mr. and Mrs. Young spent Sunday
with Mm Rater
Sam Batdorf spent Saturday and
Sunday with his brother George, in
Robert Baker and Robert J. Young
attended the football game between
O. A. C. and Multnomah Thursday.
Charles Baker left Tuesday for
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atomizers, 75 oenta.
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uncle awhile. He says that there is
water everywhere when he got there.
but that six inches of snow fell the
Miss Wang of Canby, is visiting
with Mrs. T. J. Gary.
L. Werner has sold out his business
to H. Leisman. Mr. Letsman has
moved in and is ready to serve the
Mrs. Peck, who has been nursing
Mrs. M. Gary, has resigned her post
tion and left.
Mrs. Fromong, who has been very ill
is improving elowiy.
Martha Leisman spent Sunday with
her mother, Mrs. H. Lelsman.
Mrs. Burroughs and family have
moved from here to Oregon City to
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Gary spent Thurs
day at Canby.
Clarkes and neighboring towns are
certainly blessed with rain this fall..
Katie Clark Is visiting with friends
Mary Marshall was the visitor of
Mrs. Lizzie Ringo last Sunday.
Frank Nicholas and family. Ed Hett
man and family and Katie Clark took
dinner with Mr. and Mrs. C. Larkins.
Monday evening the young folks met
at the home of Mr. and Hrs. Ed Hett
man in honor of Katie Clark. All re
ported a good time and her many
friends gave her a hearty welcome.
Grandpa and Grandma Larkins re
turned home on Tuesday after a few
dayB visit with relatives at Meadow
brook. Henry Ginther, who a short time
ago returned from the logging camp
In Washington, made a few day's stay
with Ed Hettman.
Mrs. Rlngo made a trip to Oregon
By the way, we understand that
Margaret Weisman, or Margaret (7)
we don t know, went back to Seattle,
Wash., to her future home.
Tony Lelchtweis, who has been sick
for some time. Is able to be up and
DAMASCUS AND ROCK CREEK.
Rain, rain go away and come again
some other day. We have had a few
peeps of sunshine In the last few
weeks. Some of the farmers are be
glnlng to think their potatoes will
stay in the ground all winter. Sever
al have from four to seven acres yet
to dig. When the weather was good
hands were ijarce. A number around
here want men to clear land but have
failed to find any yet.
M. Apbnalp has bought a new horse
to match the one he has. He lost a
valuable horse lately, breaking up his
Miss Janette Newell was In Port
land last week, visiting her sister, Mrs.
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THERE 13 ONLY ONE GENUINE
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THERE 18 A CHEAP IMITATION
ON THE MARKET THAT 18 BE
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TO 11.25 PER GALLON. THE
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Hovers and the Misses Tone, also
Frank Everhart Is home fur a short
vacation from school.
Horn, tho 17th to A. Ostlietbiioli, it
five pound Kill. Mother and baby are
dolus nicely. Dr. Hickman, of Tort
Mrs. Delsle Hunter Is wultlnif on
Mrs. Osthorhnek for a short time.
.loo Dearfoiff, Mrs. Donley and 0,
II. Hunter have bought wire fur folic
Ins lately. Mr. Hunter has dono con
siderable blasting on his place,
Mr. Kaspor has hauled gravel, lum
ber and brick for his new hoiNo. V
wonder who tho happy Initio will bo.
funis Young, who has boon attend
In.S school at Mllwnuklo, was homo
Sunday, returning In tho evening.
as too roiuis nro very unnuiy not
very much hauling has boon dono
since tho rain.
Tho Clackamas rlvor Is hlshor than
ever before tho last report wo Rot.
Some attended tho basket social at
Sycamore Friday evening.
It will soon bo rushing times for
our Mariiuam merchants. Mr. Mar
quam and Mr. Hidings aro sotting In
their holiday goods.
I. D. l.'irklns was subpoenaed on
tho jury In Portland this month.
Our streets aro dusty, but tho dust
tiles In chunks.
Tho heavy rains and wood haulinit
has made tho roads between hero
and Oregon City almost Impassable.
Greonwoodltes will bo obliged to go
to Canby or New F.ra to do their
trading If this sort of thing continues
Mrs. Thompson and daughter,
Hannah wero called to Portland last
wook by tho serious Illness of Mrs
Thompson' brother, Mr. West. They
came home Friday and report his con
dltion much Improved.
Miss Eda Allen, who has boon vis
iting relatives In Portland for tho last
two weeks returned homo Motuly.
Mr. and Mrs. Charley Rider gave a
party last Saturday evening In honor
of their nephew. Henry .Knighton's,
served and a very pleasant time was
had. Those present were Miss Delia
Osborn, ada Rider. Nellie Knowles
1'tha Critser, Myrtle Pennman, Jes
sie Osborn. Pearl McCormlc. Mabel
Penman. Guy Waldron, Uoyd Rider.
Percy Penman, Pell McCormlc Henry
Knighton. Wesley Knowles, Raymond
Critser. Ernest Penman.
Owing to a landslide on tho Clack
amas river road the mall carrier was
utvible to make his trip last Monday.
The directors of the Clear Creek
Tu'.ephone Company met at E. 'N
Mr. Polehn Is home from Washing
ton for a few days this week.
On account of the bad roads and
so much rain there has not been
very good attendance at the meetings
of the M. E. Church, but those who
go feel repaid for all the discomfort
of the weather.
The young people of M. E. church
reorganized an Epworth League last
Miss Hazel Kerr has gone to logan
where she will take up studies In the
9th grade. She will live with Mrs
The chldren of District No. llfi gave
an entertainment Thanksgiving even
ing at the school house. It being a
fine evening there was a good turn
Eugene Bonney, youngest son of
m. Bonney and wife, is sick with
a light attack of pneumonia. Dr.
Mounuwas called and he is better at
H. A. Allen and wife gave a Thanks
giving dinner in their new house. The
table was spread for 30. All had a
Owing to high water the mall car
rier only made one trip last week that
was Tuesday. Rediand people have
not been without mall, thanks to the
kindness of the neighbors who had
to go to town.
J. Davis has bought the engine and
drag saw of Mr. llrein and Is now-
prepared to come to your place and
saw your wood.
Mrs. Claude' Stone, of Du Bols.
Idaho, Is visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Hamilton, of.Vlola, and Mr. and
Mrs. Win. Stone. She expects her
husband to join her soon.
Sam Elmer Is Improving on his farm
and let a contract to Alex Scherruble
to clear an acre of dead trees.
Mr. Ilottemiller helped Alex Scher
ruble to saw dead trees down last
Alex Scherruble went to town to
get powder to blow out stumps.
Mr. Blttner is hauling plucks for
the paper mills to Clarks, but will
soon haul to town.
Mr. Scribner, our supervisor has
some men working out their poll tax
and he is going to do some more
Mr. Wettlaufer was hauling rails to
corduroy the road, last Saturday.
We heard that Mr. Pierce's farm la
traded off again.
Mr. Bottemlller Is plowing at pres
ent to get ready for Bowing wheat.
Pete Kern bought a new zither last
What's the use to growl? It rains
Just the Bame.
O. T. Kay and family were visiting
their daughter, Mrs. Hunt, Sunday,
eating Thanksgiving oysters and cel
ebrating Mrs. Hunt's 20 birthday,
Quite a number of our town folks
attended church in East Meadowbrook
Mr. Scheny and Mr. Hall spent
Sunday on the Cooper ranch.
A. L. Larkins says It takes more
wood now to do over Sunday than It
did when his children were all small.
Messrs Bowman and Miller have
the contract of slashing 100 acres
more or less for C. L. Statidlnger on
Col ton Ave.
lrri NEVER WORN
Llo learn the bodily
comfort it qives in
the wettest weather
AT AU K)D STOOl J
Tho Success 'Literary mid Lcoum
gave tholr Hist oiitorultnucut In the
high school room Friday afternoon.
Tho Misses Myrtle mid Hanoi Ur
kins and brother. Glen, were visiting
friends In tho south pail of town Sun
Oil has boon discovered In tho tint,
bor on Mr. Kay's ranch.
Mr. Sohafer has the roof on his
mill nnd tho mitchlnlsis aro placing
the machinery, Mr. Senator Is also
putting In another mill In tho shod
vacated by (ho W, C. Noon Lumber
Company on Center Street.
O. T. Kay and Mr. Hall made n
business trip to tho hub Friday. They
roirt high water down that way.
It appears front reports that there
Is n strong aulmul In t!ie country. It
was tlrst soon in tho woods north of
.Mr. llonakors ami oast of Mr Role
son's. It Is reported to be as large
as an ordinary steer an, I of a brown
ish color, with tmo laro' horn in tho
center of Its forehead and long oars
hanging down nnd ftvm tho tracks
soon It has five toos Tho tracks
measured 17 Inches. In length.
Mr. Holtuan, wife and son spent
Thanksgiving In PorUud visiting
J. W. Stautllugor had' tho misfor
tune to loose his boat In tho high
Tho Molalla rlvor Is reported higher
than it has been for IT years.
Herman Harms Is papering his li
brary with blue ribbons, won at the
Tho Molalla Is still high.
Mr. Baldwin aUeinl.d tho Princi
pal's Association at Oak Grove, Sat
urday. Miss Margaret Zeuger oamo home
from college to spend Thanksgiving.
The monthly smoker of tho Macks-
burg Athletic Association was a grand
success. Four swift bouts wore pull
ed off. Rofroshmots wore furnished
by Herman Harms.
A number of tho Macksburg young
.people attended the dance at Aurora
U It. Alderman, of the I'nlvorslty
of Oregon Is to deliver a lecture at
Macksburg In the near future.
Tho basket social at Umo Elder
school has boon postponed one week
Don't forget tho big dunce at Macks
burg. November 2t.
A. U Jones was up to his mountain
ranch last week and brought down
some flue cattle for the market.
C. Smith made a business, trip to
Joan Evans, of IJberal. Is very 111
and Dr. Powell was culled.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Wallace and two
children, with Sid Smith look Thanks
giving dinner with Mr. and Mrs). C.
Mr. Brown, of Portland, was through
tho country buying milch cows this
week and bought one fresh cow from
C. E. Smith.
Mr. Knoops nnd Clyde Smith spent
Friday with C. Smith and family.
Oscar Daniels and family moved
up from Wallace Island last week.
Bonn to Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Smith
a son. November 20 and they are tho
best pleased people lu the land.
C. Wallace went away, no one
knows where and hla wife's people,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Evans moved his fam
ily homo with them.
B. J. Ibivey bought a new cream
separator this week Hint Is what
our cream man likes to hear.
Rain and mud und-hlgh water Is
what the poor Oregonlans are put
ting up with and growling about, but
they all forget these Inconvenience!
when the snow time comes.
Preaching at Teazel Creek last Sun
day by J. 11. Qiilan, who will speak
to the people of Russellvllle next Sun
In spite Of the sound of the hunters'
horns and the yelping of the hounds,
the stillness of the night Is broken by
the musical voice of the festive coyote,
who seems to think that under the
cover of darkness he can express his
Joy of his escape from "the tolls of
man and dog.
Thanksgiving Is past now so let
all put their heads together and get
up a rousing Christmas tree and give
the Juveniles something to do nnd
Miss Rachel Melton has been on the
sick list for several days, but Is re
ported much better and will be able
to return to school In a few days.
A protracted meeting begins nt
Teazel Creek the 12th of December.
Rev. Qulnn will be assisted by Rev.
John Baldwin, late of Kansas City,
The rain still contnues and many
of the farmers are wishing it would
cease. Some of the farmers were
lucky enough to get a few acres of
grain sowed, but very few are hop
ing for a good spring for Old Web
Foot generally gives the farmers an
opportunity either In tho Spring or
Joe Speral, formerly of this place,
was a visitor here over Sunday.
Allen Grlbble is working for W. W.
Irwin at present.
I'nard Wehner, who Is running a
cream station for the Washington
Company In Washington rettirn-d
home Wednesday, he has been on the
sick list for some time and says he
don't Intend to return until ho feels
better. He says that the people wai.t
more for their land In Washington
accordingly that, what land la selling
John Damm shipped ver 1200 lbs
of hogs to Portland Wednesday, for
which he received 10 cents per pound.
Our mercant Is seeking another
cook, as tho one bag quit again. He
says he wishes ho could get one the
boys wouldn't fall in love with. Better
get a Chinese cook George.
Some one had tho audacity to help
themselves to three of O. W. Bcram
lln's chickens and one bunch of chick
ens last Saturday night, November 27.
They us-d tho shingles to cook the
chickens with In Kock'a woods,
Tho wlud we had last week blew
down mi li e u lot of fences and tel
ephone poll's, the Independent line
was wrecked In pretty bad shape.
Attention! Ye Mutual Subscribers.
The MuckHburg Mutual Telephone As
sociation will hold Its annual meeting
Saturday, December 18 at 10 A. M.
sharp. Every member Is requested
to be present, ns there Is several
matters of Importance to bo decided
on, also election of oflicers for the
ensuing year. Come out and give
your opinion and vote ho you cannot
hum haw around about It afterwards.
WANTED Industrious young girl to
assist In cooking and to take care
of baby In family of three. Inquire
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(tut Strang to say (hero are a
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