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OREGON CITY ENTERPRISE, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1000.
! LARSEN & COMPANY !
Cor 10th & Main 8t.
OREGON CITY, OREOON.
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0 uuM'imif) iiimi iioiiiu
Groceries, Produce, Feed
Wt Pay tht Hlghoat
Tor till Kinds of
Wo curry the IniRoal Htock of
kiiuiU III our Hun In Cliickiimua
County, mill urn In position to
offer api'iiul linlili'i'liii'lilit lo
I LOCAL liRIEPS
Dr. I. (1. Ion, llontlut. Ilooma 17
anil IS, Maaonlo HldR,
MIhh Corn llmR, of Harlow, wna In
(Iri'Kini lt WimIih'biIh)'
I'.tui lull, of Now ICrn, wua In HiIm
illy Moiiduy v I ii 1 1 1 1 1 k with frlouds
Churlea Tiiihi'oII, of .Jt-itiilriKH
IhIro, tipniil M until y In thl I'lly.
;! K- kI''mI). of Murk Prairie,
wii an Oii-roii City vlitllor Wi'iliH'
I..)'. Mlna Miililn (iiiin-K, of Kolan, WiihIi ,
la vlilllUK "'Hi lur put-out In llila
i'IIv fur ii (i-w duya
lniU CiiIIiiIiiiii, mi" of Hi" proml
ih'iii r h 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 h df Muliilla, wiik In Oro
K'iii rliy tm n liimini'nH nip Mouiluy.
.lutiii'K Hmllli. mi" of tin' iirouiliii'iil
ri'iililiiiia of Mii.'kitlniiK. wua In this
illy Wiilm-mluy on IiiihIik kh nntlli'm.
Jlillll AillllllH ki'l'pH III" ilil"'
Homo .l.nnuiil I'ul li'niH. (inch trail
Iiik Slump wlili I'lU'li pun-huso.
Mrs T W. Sullivan, who him been
i H i II ik i I in lo r rnoin liy Minna for
Ihr punt three wi'i'ha. U alowiy I III -prtivliiK.
I". .1 l.ili. foriiH'rly of 1Mb i lly, hut
how of Kail I'lirllatlil, l very III, xnf
forliiR w 1 1 ti n aevoro iitlnck of tllph
Mini Moulin Colilfti'll, Him lias boon
vIhIHiir M Ihh Clarlr" .iiinwnlt for (Ik'
l.iil m-. 'It, linn i t 1 1 it -) to Iht liiiini'
al KlKwinlh, Wunli
'llit'M' In muiin airoiiu rourtliiR ro
Iiir on In ii certain Iiiiiiii' In (iii'KiMi
l'll A lovely young laity will hoiiii
ln uiitkliiR tin' mt t ii t ii k I'olT"!' for two.
I If I'utlM.i nil" will line FolRIT'a (illlili'll
Mr I"Ih J Wolf, of I'm I tuml, w uh
Ml" lilH'Kl I if Willllllll It. I.iRtia lllil
Sutid.o I r Wolf will n roaldcin of
Dri'Kon t'lijr prior lo liU departure III
r.to.'i wllli Din I'cnry Arctic t'ipi'illlloii
IjhIIi's' IIuiii" Juiirniil I'nlti'rnx Just
rvri'lvi'il hi Jolin Ailatnit', MiiHonlr
l.u 11.11 it k
.lolui I-: Myron, aluTlff of Malm
I'oiiuly. Malm, la In III" city vIhIIIiik
til ulal'T, Mra. Diiaui' ('. I'ly uinl
in a n v friend, Mr. Hymn la u native
of WnililiiRton County, OieRon, mul
hla father atlll live thorn.
Mr. I. SwiifTord, of Salcin, brother
of .1. I Swiiltiiril. of thin city, anil
lii'iirK" SwnfTiiril. of KuRi'iio, Hon of
Mr SwiirTuril, wcro In thla i lly on Sun
day. hnvlng been rulli'il horn liy the
rriitin IIIiii'hh of J. I,. HwufToril, have
ri'luriii'il to tlii'lr tinmen
MUk Aiinn Fisher, who Itna hii'ii
vIhIIIiik with Mlaa ICdliu Simmons ill
Ki'Iho, WiihIi , tuia ri'turui'tl. .Ml Kit
Sliiiinoiia. wllli Minn Malil" Grnvea,
hnth of thla city, huvn n inlllliifry
aiorn lit thut plnri'. wIhto llo'y uro
hiilhlliiK up a InrKi' I rail"
Tli" up (oilaln pntli'riia urn Hi"
Unlli'i' limn" Journal 1'allcnin nt
Mr ami Mia. J. II Katun, of Itoa
wi'll, lilnlio, linvc nrrlvi'd InT" for n
ti'll ilnya' V I h 1 1 lit till' Iiiiiiiii of Mr.
uinl Mra. Klimr l(. CiHipcr. Mra. Kn
ton Ih Mr. CiHipor'a alHti-r uinl alio
foriiH'rly rcatilfil lit Ciirua, Cliu'liniiuia
Couiily Mr. Km on la u wi'lllodo
lilalio fnrnii'i' ami lina Just iIIhhihiiI
of ii liMicTi- tract for $SiiiH).
Vetch and Oat Seed For Salt.
..y the t)ri'non City CiiinnilaMlon Co.
In I x imI riinly for a liUK, nlao clean
UAK GROVE ENTER
CONCISE EXPLANATION OF NEW
MV1 fJNnj 1O0H08 H0IH
Illy A. Ilnlilwlii.)
Tli" heal iillenileil mill liioal fill Ii n
aliiMlli: loenl liiHtllulo which liua ever
I i"eii hi'lil In ('liicliuiniia County, met
In (Ink (irove.
Alionl acvi'iily live tenclii'ia wr
prexi'iit, mul nil report It film time
an well II H tin IiimU iicllvi) proKriiinliie,
A ilnllrloila Oluuer wna Herveil hy the
Uullea of On It drove.
An iitiriicllvo iiiiihIciiI proKiiiiaiiH'
wan prcHi'llleil hy the Oalt I irove ami
M Ihn Kvii WiihIi, of Ih" llolton achool
ilellveri'tl tin inlilicMH on "l("iulliin"
for I ho heneflt of the primary leiichera.
Mr, I'ruiik lletlinulier, of I'nrkiiliirc,
ilellverod u leel urn on "TImi Hler
I Ion of Uhriiry lliailia."
Mr. ('hurlcii It. Morey i'Xaniinleil the
Thla I'liileil tlm Techiicciil pnrt (f
III" proKriiuiiue. I'rof. I,. 11. Alilermmi
of tho 1'ulverally of Urenon, deliver.
eil a HllrrliiK lectin" on the "ICIhlra of
Ilo hum In. purl: "Kvery iirofeaalon
linn la own roiln of elhlca. Tim key
noin of the Inwyer'a llf" la Ddellty to
hla client. Of ihn incillfiil profeanlon
II la pulillc aervlco. The tcuchlUK
profeHHluii iilno Iiiih Ita coil", na eiiicl
Iiik ua any. It reipilrea tlilellly to ihn
pupil, In th" fellow ii'in her anil to the
nlate It reuulrea elf nllcrlllce.'
The r"iill"ltea of a kikiiI lencher
Mr Alderman mild lire: Klrat, Wealth
of llllowleilne; Hi'colltl, AhllH)' to put
life lulu thai knowledge; third, uhlllty
to put oue'a Hilf lulo the arliolur'a
pliicn; foiirlh, wllllnttuena It) he for-
((ill I "11.
Al tin' aiiuie Hum the newly origin-
liil rrlni'lpal n AaHocliitlon wna dla
ciiaaliiK "Secoiidiiry I'Miicnllon", After
a full iIIhimihhIiiii (Ii" iiaaoclatlou n-n-
olvi'd In tlevule I'nelf to the iiihkIiii!
of Ihn lllch KchiHil Kund liw.
The uw wna fully explained hy Mr
Veil'lnr mid Mr (inry. Tim Imtii'llta
which tiii'Kon (Tiy will derive from
Ihe hyati'iu were ael fori li hy Mr.
T'Hie Tim iidviintiiKea to Ihe amiiller
coinmiiiiltlea wem hoi furlli hy 1'ivf
Al. I. '11111111 ami othera.
The Fund Law.
Hili-fly. the proponetl law Ih nn fol
Tim IIIkIi ScIiikiI KiiiiiI la lo he
ruined hy ii couniy tax Any illnlrlct
may orKiinle ft lllch Srluad of one
or morn Krudea. ami Ihe money la to
lie clveii Dm achooln nccorilliiK
to le ii ii in tier of puplU In Urn IIIkIi
Sclimil tlepiiriiimlit Tim flrat twenty
ni hiihira w ill draw I in per year ciirh.
The next twenty will draw $ in each,
mid i tin ri'Hl wll draw $I2MI nuch.
It la roughly I'Hllmati'il that I hero
will next year he :;nft puplla in the
County ready and willing to do IIIkIi
School work. luvldetl nn followa:
draw Iiik Id oh $s:!2
:i" diawltiK JWii.i HIM
,:, druwiiiK ii'.t.o $u':i7
MakliiK ii total cost to tlm county
Tlm nneni"d valuallou of llm
county a $'.':'. STn.Oou. So a onohalf
mill tax wtiulil produce an Income of
tlli::.ri. or more than etioiiKh to il"
fray tlm ral of tho ayaletn.
"Thla aynli'm," aald Mr. Alderniiin.
hua heen In nan lit jum County for
a vciir, and worka like a charm. Uine
Cnuiily levied a one mill lux and lifter
paylni; nil exM'imea for Ihe year, had
a aurplua of KI,0H.
Thla law will ko heforn Ihn votnra
of eiiiekiinuia Couniy at llm next Ken-
Horn" of llm tnivelliiK men thut
nt rl It n llila plucn four that Noah'a
Hood la to Iiu repealed nn they not
h ii n n rainbow lately, Kven aouiu old
llinera think wii liuvn hud entirely
loo much inolaturn for one month.
Take cininiK", we'll have enough of
tlm other kind lulnr on.
Kred Hchafer had aoiini :inod mil
road Ilea allp out of u hIoiikIi 'durliiK
tho frenhct, which will ho well acut
tereil, A puhllr road la Ih'Iiik put throiiKli
lo the AilniiiH cemetery hy populiir
N'Xt Mondiiy, the llth day of I)n.
cntnher, at 7 : .'to A. M., thorn will h
n pulillc inciting h'ld lit the achool
liouan hall, accordlliK to notlcna poated
for thil purpoan of UHcerlilllilllK wlielh-nr-or
not Molallu road dlatrlct will
volo ii apnclnl road tax of iiliout 20
mllla, morn or lenn, and Hum keep
pneo with her iidvaiiceiiiniit III other
Mlaa .nlma Hhnvnr, tencher of Port
lltnd, Hpeiit TlianltHKlvlllK lit. Ih" old
Inline on Ihn .Mnlulla
Otla KiikI', Ihn Kmat Kraiidnon of
(he Win. KiikI" donation claim, la
rnclaliuliiK n vnry Wet pli-irn of Kround
hy draliiliiK; thla provltiK what can
he douii when eiierKy la applied iiIoiik
llila line Tho rond will iilno derive
u fair ahum ()f the henelll.
The Road to Health
IIckIiih mid ends In a Krocery
Htorn Our Storn.
You can any and think what
you like llieru novor wan mul
never will he ii clii'mlcal hiiIi
Hlniice matin tlial will hounat
ly tukn tho plueo of tlm vi'ko.
tuhln ii'id plant It To ctllhlna
put Imrn upon tho earth to
Hiialaln ua in bodily health. .
If you worn to taku tho
cheap Kiiidea of iniuiiifai'tiiicd
CiiiiiIh like Hour, ayrupH, mo
latmea, calHiipu, mul caniiod
Kooda ,to a clionilut for uimly
hIh, you would Iiu duinfoundi'd '
to Innrti tho "dopn" put Into
them to ohiiipcii tlmlr in.iini
factum. Wu know, perfoclly, when
ndiillnrutiMl Kiiiida are olti'i'ml
to ua, In fuc.t, tho miinufactur
cr iiHiinlly mideavora to show
ua why thny nro clmnpnr mul
"Just iih kooiI" us iniro kooiIh.
Wo Blum them, mid you
ahoulil do tho Biinin. Whim
you liny hero you nro pro- '
tcctnd from gnttliiK uny Buck
J. E. SEELEY
THE PEOPLES' STORE
9th A Main 8t.,
OREGON CITY, OREGON.
(norm lloylan h iih returned to On'-
Kon City, after vlaltltiK Ida diiuKlitnr,
Mia Frank While, nt lli'dmond., Curry
Couniy. Mr. Whlto receiuly moved
to that plucu. whern lit haa niirrhnand
an in tract Ivn home. Mra. Whim haa
mccntly tnknn up 32H ucrea of land.
mul her father and mother will leave
ahnrllv for the aainn place, whom
they nlao expect to takn up land mid
make their future homo.
llantlaoniK pmmluma Riven for
Kreeti trnilltlK atuinpa lit John AdaniH.'
Mra'. Sndlo Kemp, of Woodhnrn.
who lina linen vlaltltiK with hor hroili
nr, K. J. S. Tiairo, mid wlfn, of thla
city, lina returned homo, lifter a visit
f aevnrul diiys III this rlly. Mlaa
Mnhle Tooim. tilnre of Mr. Tiauo, who
Bccomiianloti hla family to Oronoii
from MlrhlKiui. anil who la nttondhiK
llnlinko-Wnlkor lliiHlnosa ColloKe, In
Portland, whom alio la takliiK a courao
In hiMik-keopliiR and shorthand, haa
rnturnnd tn rortlnntl. A family dlii
nnr waa hold nt the Charles Toor.e
homo nt (Jlntlatonn on ThonkHKlvliiK.
nt which nil attended.
ThiinkHKlvltiK Pay wuh punned
quietly In tho hotno-coinliiK of nhaent
monihora uml ainall dinner pnrtloa.
Thorn wuh no pulillc ohaorvnnce of
the day In tho churehoa.
The School and Home Cluh has n
pot It Ion In rlrculntlon, nskliiK tin'
County JuiIko to order certain cnlverta
put In on the couniy rond. Tho Cluh
haa In contemplation nil effort to se
cure n crnvolod pathway or side-walk
from tho renter of town to the cem
etery. The nok't roKiilar meelliiK of
tho Cluh will tnlto place Peceinher 10.
A proKniniino previously minouncetl
will ho rendomii.
The Clnckiinma Motel Is In cood run
nliiK order tinder tho mnnaKomont of
Mr. unci Mra. Ih HnrrltiRton.
Thorntim Slrlto has hoiiKht the old
Hchool hulltlliiK, wootlahetl nnd fntio
llll!. Ho w;lll hnvo tho liulldliiK tnoveil
to hla lola 'weat of the school Krounds
nnd cotivertetl Into a dwellltiK hoiwe.
Snpl. T. Oury visited the Clackn
mns School Tuesday. Ho expressed
much satisfaction over condlilons.
The ladles' Aid and Kndenvor Soci
eties of tho CoiiKi'OKntlomi! rhurch
will hold their nnnual hnzaar on Sat
urday, llocomher 4. heKlnnliiR at 10
A. M. Useful nnd fnncy nrtlcles will
ho on snlo. The Juniors will serve
enko nnd coffoo durliiK tho duy nnd
evonliiR. Tho Indies will servo oys
ters, snlnd nnd snmlwlclios from live
Coal For Sale.
The OroKon City Commission Co.
will hnvo n enr loud of conl In next
week, rinoo your orders now. $7.00
per ton, If tilkon from tho enr.
(Com limed from puKo t)
J ii Mil eaiueatly nrKetl Mm voters of
Clnckumaa County lo do what they
could to wlpn out thla Kieat enemy
ami help make (ip'koii tlry In imij.
On iiccoiiiit of ao much Hlcktmaa a
very h n i ii 1 1 iiumlier were uhln to he
pri'Hent on Sunday evetiliiK mid hear
thla IlitcrnHtliiK talk.
After HpetldlllK the TIlllllkHKlvllIK
holltlaya with her imrenia, Mr. mid
Mra. A. I,. Clarke, Mlna Ktlna left for
Salem lo resume her atudlea nt tlm
MIhh Kltu IthlneruKou was u week
end KUenl al tlm home of Mr. dud
Mra. C. II. Hunter.
MIhh Carrie Scripture nnd Mm.
MiiiHn vlnlleil with Mrs. KrtiHn In Ore
Ron City mitl on TucHilay ntiended the
I'tliiKH at tlm MethodlHt church at
Victor (built, of ClailHtonn, wna n
vlallur III the litlRe durliiR Ihn week.
Mia 1I"hxI Hoherta la Hpendln u
few tlaya In Portland and In Ihn Riieai
of hero mint and uncle, Mr. uml Mra.
Moran, on KnllliiR Street.
Mr. John JntililliRa triilinm'ted IiiihI
Hess In l'orllnnd Saturday.
Arthur Caddlf was a IhihIiiohs call
er nt the county aeut Montlay.
Mlsa Nina Hurker of Conioilua, Ore
Ron. who hua spent mniii. time clnrk
Iiir In the A. f Clarke Hiore ri-turn
eil homo on Saturday.
Churlea lledmoinl haa recenily pur
chased 2 acres near llm Hose City
nuraery. Mra. (i. I). Ili.anlnian lia-t
piirrhaaed '1 acres frnin C P. Momo
on Addle street and Mr. Win. I,. Kin
ley haa IhuikIiI ii half aero from Mr
I'allilou on lUmitnn street uml Jin
li I n K a Ave.
Mr. and Mra. Vohh have moved Into
their new home which they purchased
from Mr. Krlmat Smith, which wun
hull! durliiR tho aiimiimr. Harry
Hohson, ,of the National Rnalty Com
pany report a havliiR sold nil (In ir
Iota, which they had Hated nnd he
Intends to huy other acroaRo nnd plut
It Into lots which will hn sold on rea
P. I). Newell's concrete blocks.
Rnivel mul sand arrived on Monday
land ft number of men nro very busily
nnKiiRed 111 Rotting It to Mr. NewoH'8
property, mul work will boRln nt once
on hla now dwelling. If the wonther
permits. J. S. Hoherta mid sons are
iIoIiir the concrete work for Mr. Pain
The JenRer Ilrothera and sons were
out to tho ItlRO on Thursday looking
afior llielr lntorosta nt this plnce.
Mrs. Krlckaon, Mra. Redmond nnd
Mra. Hock nor. who have been 111 are
tieorRO Heli, Sr., has rented his
nursery to a Mr. V'erntz, who haa
already taken iiossosslon. Mr. Dot,
Jr.. has removed lo Portland nnd we
understand Mr. Hot it, Sr.. Intends
takliiR up hla resilience near Meldrum
nnd oversee the building of his new
home nenr tliPjliuraery.
Miss Dolly Print, of Oregon City,
wna a plensant culler nl the homes
of Mrs. Roberts nnd Miss Arllne Shav
er on Wetlneatlny. .
Miss Eva Fell, of Oak drove, was
n caller nt the Uulge on Friday. Miss
Felix Is an accomplished musician nnd
conies highly reccomeniled to us from
Alhnny, whom she has taught for
some time. Sho expects to organize
a music clnss here and any parents
v.ho am contemplating giving their
It would not seem right to think of Christ
without music, and the proper place to get
the music is at a music store. We carrv
everything known in the musical line:
Guitars, Violins, Mandolins, Autoharps, Zithers, Banjos, Harmonicas, Fifes, Jews
Harps, Etc. Our stock of Talking Machines, Records and Record Cabinets is the
largest in the county; every machine and record made by the Victor and Edison
Companies can be found here at the lowest possible prices.
Victor Machines from
$10 to $200
Edison Machines from
$12.50 to $60
Victor and Edison Record
Cabinets $ 0 and tip
for men and women. We carry all the
loading mukes of watetn.s. Walthum.
Klgln, Hamilton, Howard, New Kng
land mid IngnrKoll; all sizes, all prices.
Some In plain cases, some beautifully
engraved, and others mounted with
diamonds. Chains, Charms, Fobs to
go with them.
Have you nana those popular little
white atones at 125.00 and $35.00?
Never mind the she of your purse.
We can match It In a nice diamond
that will surprise you. All other Set
Kings 2.00 and up. Lockets, Pins.
etc.. ant wlih Diamonds at all prices.
For a Xmas Gift noth
ing surpasses silver.
Elaborate' presents can
he selected from our
complete sets, while the many odd pieces offer opportunities
for less cosliy but equally desirable gifts. Helow are listed
a few suitable Xmaa pieces In 1847 Rogers Ilros. and Sterling
Our display of fine China.. Vases and Pottery Wares offers
many suggestions for Xmas Gifts. Nothing could be more ac
ceptable, yet the very finest pieces are by no means as costly
as they look.
HAVILAND SETS PLATES CUPS, SAUCERS
AUSTRIAN SETS TRAYS SALAD SETS
WARWICK VASES PITCHERS CREAMERS
Btti'meister & Ancfoesen
OREGON CITY JEWELERS
SUSPENSION BRIDGE CORNER
MRS. MORRLAND HAS OPENED
hnr boarding house, 814 Main Street.
Will serve transient meals. Desir
able furnished rooms.
W.A.NTED Industrious young girl to
assist In cooking nnd to take care
of baby In family of three. Inquire
at Enterprise ofllce. It
I -.C, ;v 1 I a I
The Latest News
It in The Fall Quarterly Style
The Quiiitorly Stylo Hook Is
such a helpful book Just as
much nhetid of ordinary pattern
hooks us The Uidles' Homo
Journnl Is ahead of other wo
men's magazines and the Fall
number Is the best yet.
It tells about styles, Just what
you want to know obout the
latest styles, and In a most In
teresting manner by true-to-life
And beat of all It costs
you but 5 cents IMiought
In connection with any 15
cent Ladles' Home Journal
The Ladles Home Journal Pat
terns are always necessary -to
women who appreciate individu
ality and practice economy In
PATTERNS 10 AND 15 CENTS
OREGON CITY, - OREGON
children a musical education would
do well to drop a card to Miss Felix
In regard lo Ihe mutter.
Mr. and Puliiton mid family spent
ThnnksglvliiR In Portlund.
Mlaa Arllne Shaver was a shopper
In Oregon City on Monday.
Mr. mid Mrs. J. P. Flniey and Miss
Anna Flnloy were guests of Mr. and
Mra. W. 1.. Flniey during the week.
Mr. uml Mrs. Holden and family, of
Sellwood. were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. U Wilcox on Thanksgiving.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Spooner enter
tained a number of their friends on
November 25 al dinner, at their heme
on the Willamette. The guesu who
enjoyed their hospitality were Major
nd Mrs. Clarks, of Portlarond, Mil.
and Mrs. Clarkson. of Portland, Mr.
and' Mrs. Frank Hodgklns, of Vancouv
er, Wash., Mr. Cravette. of Seattle.
Mrs. Maude Jennings and Mr. Clar?
Jennings, of Wichita, Misses Inez
Cravette and Flossie and Bronte Jen
nings nnd Messrs Nelson and LloJ
Uingdon. and Clifford Spooner
Walter E. lieckner has purchased
somo lota at Newport. Oregon and will
erect a pretty little summer nome
there during the coming season, is a
clipping from a Newport paper, but
be'ts, Mrs. Bontrou. Miss Thelnia
Porter, Claire Hontrop and several
othera from Portland.-
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Evans were
guests at a theatre party In Portland
Mrs. M. A. Shaver has been 111 for
a day or two, but Is better now.
Several East Jennlngs Liodge real
estate sales were made the past week,
nnd In the near future quite a number
of houses will be erected.
Mrs. W. Jacobs gave a Thanksgiv
ing dinner at her home in East Jen
nings Lodge. Suoie fine music was
rendered end enjoyed by those present.
Miss Roena Osborn, of Baker City,
Is visiting with her cousin. Miss Eallie
Miss June Spauldlng, of Portland,
wfco has been visiting with relatives
in Oak Grove, has returned to her
Many of the teachers of Clackamas
County attended the teachers' Insti
tute that was held here on Saturday,
and speak In the highest terms of the
treatment the neonle of this citv eave
we are In hopes that they will no! de-( tnem. 0ne' of tne features of the day
cldo to take up their residence there . was the delicious repast that the ladles
The new song books. "Glorious
Hymns," have arrived for the Grace
Chapel Sunday School. During the
week preparations will be made for
the Christmas exercises for the Sun
day School and all the children are
urged to be present on Sunday. The
Sunday School opens at 2:15 P. M.
G. D. Hoardniun has charge of the
Bible Class, A. F. Russell, of the
Boy's Intermediate Class, Rev. Shupp,
of the Girls' Intermediate Class and
Mrs. Roberts of the Primary Class.
Rev. Shupp will preach following the
served, for which a vote of thanks
was extended before the close of the
Special School Meeting to be Held.
A special meeting of School Dis
trict No. 103, will be held on Friday-
evening, December 3, at the Oak
Grove schoolhouse for determining
the annual tax levy, and for transact
ing such other business as may come
before the meeting.
Business Houses Change Hands.
E. C. Warren, who has been in the
confectionery business at this place
for several years, has disposed of his
Sunday School hour and as this will i business to William Holt, lineman for
be tho first Sunday in December, a i the Oak Grove Telephone Company
collection will be taken. jr.r. Holt ha moved the stock and flx-
J. A. Soesbe. of the Lodge was elect-, tures to the building opposite Green's
ed president of the White Sox Orchard , hall. Mr. Warren will remain at the
Association. This Incorporation has old stand, which will be used as the
bought 200 acres of fruit land nenr ticket office for the O. W. P., aud for
New-berg, Oregon. It Is their Intention n Tea estate office, and will be asso
to propagate fruit as nice as Hood Riv- elated with Mr. Armstrong, the firm
or produces. They have employed the name being Armstrong & Warren,
services of an expert from Corvallis, ' The stock of goods and fixtures of
whose business It will be to take care the Miller store have been purchased
and propogate tho best line of fruit by Miller & Son, of Portland, who
possible for throe years. It Is a note- have taken possession of the same,
worthy cause these people have en- (u n,le Pf groceries and nierchan
gagod In, to give a fine nrtlcle to the dise is carried by this firm. Mr. Mil
people of Oregon and the surround- i,.r and son have been In business in
Iiik country and we wish Mr. Soesbe Portland for some time before coming
and his associates' success in their en-1 here.
terprlse. ; The Lehman meat market has been
Professor Frank Radmaker, or Park- purchased by Mr. Vlggle, of Kansas
place, was a caller at the home of city. Mo., mil the latter will be usso
Mi and Mrs. T. J. Spooner on Sunday, j dated in the meat business by his
Mr. Radmaker and Mr. and Mrs. son-in-law. Mr. Kossler. of Nebraska.
Spooner' son were classmates when ; Bazar to be Given.
they attended school at Cliehalis, ; Great preparations are being made
Washington. ; by the young ladies of Oak Grove for
The following Is the programme . the bazaar to be given at the Green
which will be given by the Woman's Hull, on Friday. December 10. and
Club at the Grace Chapel on Tues-: the following Saturday afternoon. The
dny evening, November 30th: Music young ladles are being assisted in
and prayer by Rev. Shupp, vocal solo, ' "the dressing of the dolls by some of
Clarence Heckner; reading. Mrs. A. L. the good ladles of this place. Many
Clarke; song, Dora and Minute Hoe- handsome dolls, doll clothes, and
the; recitation. Mrs. Alice Pulnton; ' fancy articles suitable for Christmas
male quurette. Hullowell, Gault, Mnl- gfjs are to be on sale, the proceeds
key. Hullowell; "Good Citizenship, 1 of which will go towards the finishing
Prof. Moore; vocal solo, Miss Mabel antl for the furnishing of the basement
Morse: "What art Organized Club of the Methodist church building,
means to a Community," B. Lee Pa-1 On Friday evening a programme
get; mule quartette, Hullowell, Gault, will be rendered, and an admission of
Mulkey and Hullowell. ; jo cents will be carged. Besides the
Ed Roethe was a visitor at the fancy articles that will be on sale, you
being Miss Margaret Warren, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Warren, and
Mr. Charles Worthington. The cere
mony was performed by Rev. Blanch
ard, in Green's hall, which was pret
tily decorated for the occasion. The
bride was handsomely gowned In
white silk mull, and her long veil was
caught In place by lilies of the val
ley. She carried a shower bouquet
ui nunc cm stLuiuemums. sne was
attended by Miss June Spaulding. of
Portland, and the groom by his broth
er, Elmer Worthington.
After the marriage ceremony the
happy young couple received the con
gratulations of the many friends, who
witnessed the Impressive ceremony.
A wedding supper was served by the
bride's mother, which about 60 guests
enjoyed. Mr. and Mrs. Worthington
received many handsome gifts, as a
token of high esteem In which they
are held. They have gone to teir
new home, which was recently built
by the groom.
The bride has lived here for about
three years and is well known, while
the groom Is the son of a prominent
pioneer family, who own many acres
of land near Oatfields.
School Gives Entertainment.
The entertainment given by the pu
pils of the Oak Grove school on Fri
day evening was a decided success.
The programme consisted of recita
tions and songs by the children. -The
proceeds of the entertainment will
go towards the purchasing of a piano
for the School building. The teachers,
who had the affair in charge, deserve
great credit in te manner the pro
gramme was carried out.
soon have some sweet peas In bloom.
George Yale has gone to Tillamook
on a business trip.
Earl Seeley's new house .Is nearly
Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Miller's children
spent a very enjoyable Thanksgiving
day at their home. Those present
were Mr. and Mrs. George Yale and
son. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Plckard, of
Sellwood and Willie Miller. Mr. and
Mrs. Jim Butler and two sons, of Ore
Mr. and Mrs. John Meldrum spent
Thursday of last week in Portland.
Ernest Walker went to Portland on
a business trip last Tuesday.
Barnes and Genison have some very
pretty violets foT sale and they will
The night cap social given by the
Wichita school Saturday evening was
a success both socially and financially.
This is the first entertainment given
by our school. The proceeds, about
twenty five dollars, will be used to
furnish the school room.
We were pleased to note the pres
ence of the many harmony people and
to thank the Ladies Improvement So
ciety of that place.for the drum which
they presented the pupils that even
ing. Mrs. Geo. Kingsbury visited in Port
land with her sister, Mrs. Newcomb,
who is quite ill.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Gibson, of Rose
City Park, visited with R. L. Gibson
Mr. Skinner was In this vicinity
visiting friends recently.
Miss Bonte Jennings, of Jennings
Lodge spent Sunday here with her
Miss Ellen Jackson, of Milwaukle,
visited with her sister, Ferol, Sunday.
Miss Olga Drefs spent Tuesday at
Gates, with Mrs. Lawson.
Mamie Gibson is visiting with rela
tives in Gresham this week.
J. H. Gibson was fortunate enough
to win a turkey in the contest given
by the Woodmen of Milwaukle, which
was open to all member that took In
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Avery, of
Wichita, entertained about 30 guests
on Saturday evening, November 13th,
tnhonor of their son, Harry. Their
home was effectively decorated with a
profusion of autumn leaves and Ore
gon grape. . The guests were enter
tained with a very Interesting pro
gramme. Miss Helen Mullen render
ing in a very pleasing manner, a num
ber of vocal selections. The guests
were also favored with a piano solo
by Miss Delia Mullen and readings by
Miss Bronte Jennings. Delicious re
freshments were served, Mrs. Avery
and Mrs. Jennings presiding at the
Jennings Lodge schqol on Monday af
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Mr. and Mrs. John Jennings enter
tnlued their relatives with a d'nner.
Tho room 'as decorated with ferns
and chrysanthemums and the table
was loaded with good things appropri
ate for the day. Those present were
Mr. and Mrs. Tlbbetts, Vivian Tib-
wi.l find homemade candies, ice cream
cake nnd coffee. If you do not know
what to buy for a Christmas present,
come to Green's hall, and the ladles
will assist you in selecting your Rifts.
The cause is a good one, and all
should turn out and help the girls, and
give them encouragement.
A very pretty wedding took place
In this city on Saturday evening, at
8:30 o'clock, the contracting parties
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