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OREGON C1TV KNTKKPJvlSK, KWIIUV. JIM.Y 1, 15)10.
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ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT
AVgetaNe PirpanHion CrAs
ting tie SianadB arbilWis i
For Infants and Children.
I The Kind You Have
ncss and hYsi.Caiilairts ncittw
AprnVct Remedy forCimsfif
fteSin Signal of
l1!! 1 llPlii
lVrl Young, of our village. ts
earned tin tlilo of "Major" In the
ranks at Corvallls, and wo H know
that lsuls deserves tho honor.
Cherries aro very scarce tills sea
son, ami aro bolus sought afior on
every slilo. Mr. Jomlson sold ehor
rlos to tho amount of $t; from two
Kov. Kxon. of Tualatin. attended tho
meeting of Judge lllmlok on Satur
Mrs. Clutter, of Portland. Is vlsltlus
her father and mother. Mr. and Mrs.
llrohst, for a fow davs
Mix. WiHids is visiting at tho homo
of hor son. Auhroy.
Tho baseball hoys havo auothor
game to tholr credit, by doofatlng tho
Greenfield Club, of tho Rose rit.
Mr. Mallory, tho courteous agent of
our F.loetrte depot, has roturnod to his
post at Wllsonlvllo, aftor a well earn
Mr. and Mrs. Joo Thornton enter
tainod Mr. and Mrs. Kvans. Mr. and
Mrs.- Hollas. Mr. and Mrs. Rowland,
Mrs. Mitchell. Mrs. Fletcher. Mrs.
Adams. Mr. Williams and l.loyil Jae
ger, of Portland, at dlnnor In tho
grove last Sunday.
From tho grand display of tiro
work and othor Fourth of July at
tractions In tho show window of
Potors & Aden, wo fool suro thoy will
bo ahlo to give everyone In our vil
lain a sploudld Fourth, whothor tho
desire ho for a sauo Fourth or other
wise. Mr. and Mrs. Purdy. of Huttevllle,
attended Judge Dliulck's meeting on
Saturday aftornoou, and Mr. Purdy
made a sp.vrh boosting the judge for
governor of the State of Oregon.
.Mrs, Jy Kpler has boon enjoying a
visit from her sister, of Sherwood, for
Word has been received of the
death of Mr. Colliding, who was a
resident hero for many yours, having
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
vw itTM rm toss crrr.
NEWS OF THE COUNTY i
MOLALLA. 'killed a full blooded Angora kid.
Mrs. Tom Killeen is visiting at the
Our coninuinltv will spend their : ranch for a few days.
oiiAi-m- in assistine to heli) make old I Sunnyside baseball team went over
eagle scream at Oregou Citv on the to Stone and played on Sunday, t! to
Fourth f Julv. .' " in favor of Sunnyside. Next Sim-
The Juvenile Crange Day was a de-day they will play Damascus,
elded success socially and financially,' .Mr. Stanton moved his last load
both in the dav and at the evening Tuesday. We are sorry to lose such
Mm Kverman Robbing' brother's Burton Deardorff went to Portland
family an? visiting here. I Tuesday to the dentist to have some
Mrs. Fannie Scott, of phinona, is work done,
visiting her mother. Mrs. Kayler. for Some lumber is being hauled for a
a weeji new bridge on Rock Creek, which is
Mrs Thomas and son attended the -needed badly.
Pioneers- Association last week, and! Mr. Ellis is coming out to I. Dear
Mrs. Thomas went on to Washington ' dorffs to can raspberries this week,
for a week's visit.
Molallas ice plant has begun op-j Two in One.
eration. Fredrich Brothers are the, Dr. Bells Anti-Pain is both an in
enterprising push that made this un-;ternal and external remedy. It is an
dertaking a matured fact, which will antiseptic remedy and destroys dls
be a great benefit to their creamery; ease germs. Sold everywhere on a
as well as to the community. positive guarantee.
Cairy Herman and Frank McLaren positive guarantee. For sale by Jones
are the latest to buy new auto cars, t Drug Co.
Who next to go into the field of anx-i
iety? Should anything go wrong with
your car. remember it can be fixed up
by our Molalla machinists.
W. W. Eerhart has the concrete
Mrs. Robson left Sunday morning
for a few week's outing in Washing-
foundations laid for a new barn in ton.
Mr. and Mrs. Holman were visiting
Dr. J. V. Thomas goes to Portland: and eating cherries in Hubbard Sun-
to attend the annual meeting of the day.
Oregon Dental Association. The se? Mr. Green, of Portland, is general
slon will include tne last three days manager for the Schafer Lumber Co.
of the week. at this place.
Our road supervisor. W. H. Engle.t Mr. . Danghity informs us that he
has completed grading the hills he! has broken the record In planing,
recently- graded in the southern part,niaking O.uOO feet last week,
of his district. I -Mr- Engle has been working a large
Crops look quite well at this date, 'force of men on our streets, making
promising a bountiful harvest. A i Improvement much needed for a long
good rain just now would make more i time.
abundance all around. Mr- Holman, of Portland, made a
j flying trip to the ranch Saturday, re-
.t. . i. ,,o , ,frm'turninu Monday.
until iut nl,ua. ,., lu i n T Ir,.. .. .1,-f ha lo
its functions, the bowels liecome de
ranged, the liver and the kidneys con
gested, causing numerous diseases.
The stomach and liver must be re
stored to a healthy condition and
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets can be depended upon to do
about selling his ranch to a party
Mr. Allen has moved into new quar
ters. He now occupies an office 10x30
The Misses Ruby, Gladys and Mln-
1 nlo rv.iintri-mon crianl Ciind:iv 1 r
it. Easv to take and most effective. .. .. v . .
Sold by all dealers.
I Miss Mabel Chindgreen has accept
ed the position of principal In the
i Meadow-brook High School for the
A. L. Larklns is Improving his
property on North Main street.
Anvone In want of a few choice
Mr. Wettlaufer was hauling road
planks and broke his wagon wheel,
and went to town to buy a new one.
Miss Ida Haag was In town and cornf:r iotg could be accommodated on
had some dental work done.
Haag Is hauling road planks.
very reasonable terms.
Mr. Chindgreen Is clearing off and
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Martin, from (hprwsp imnrovlni? the north half
Eastern Oregon, have arrived to visit of black , of the or)Kna Burvey.
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall. Tne Msses Mvrtle and Hazel Lar-
Otto Elmer Is cutting grass for hay. klng v3jtej at Mr HoBtPtter-s Sunday.
Rev. J. Hepp. from Milwaukee, ,
preacned in ciarks last sunuay. WILSONVILLE.
Mr. Marquardt went to town
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Tauchmar. went
: to Portland on Saturday.
Chrome Sore Eyes I Rrv Mr steWart, of Santa Paula.
Are easily cured with Sutherland's Cal., visited Norman and Harry Say-
Eagle Eye Salve. It is painless and , lust week.
harmless and guaranteed. 25c a box.
The Oregon Electric Company has
been looking over their park, and it
Is probable that It will be improved
ROCK CREEK AND SUNNYSIDE. I without delay.
Mrs. Marlon Young has been vis
Born June 2, to .Mr. and Mrs. O. 'itlng relatives in Portland for several
Bean, a 9-pound boy. Parents are i days.
happy. Miss Cassady, of Oregon City, vis-
Mrs. J. Deardorff has been on the ited Miss Ellen Brobst on Friday and
sick list for two weeks, but is im- Saturday.
proving slowly. Dr. Johnson, lately from the East,
Dogs got Into Joe Deaidorff's band has been visiting Mr. and Mn. Mc
of goats early Monday morning and I Kinney.
Do You Feel This Way?
Do you feel all tired out ? Do you sometimes
think you jut can t work away at your proles
or trade any longer ? Do you have a poor ape-
. and lav awake at eights unable to sleep? Are
your nerves all gone, and your stomach too r Mas am
bition to forge aheud in the world left you? If so, you
might as well put a stop to your misery. You can do it if
you will. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery will
make you a different individual. It will set your lazy liver
to work. It will set things right in your stomach, and
1 your appetite will come back. It will purify your blood.
If there is any tendency in your family toward consumption,
it will keep that dread destroyer away. Even alter con
sumption bas almost gained a foothold in the form ot a
lingering cough, bronchitis, or bleeding at the lungs, it will bring about a
cure in 98 per cent, of all case. It is a remedy prepared by Dr. R. V. Pierce,
of Buffalo, N. Y., whose advici it given free to all who wish to write bim. His
great success has come from bia wide experience and varied practice.
Don't be wheedled by a penny-grabbing dealer into taking inferior substi
tute for Dr. Pierce'a medicine, recommended to be "just as good." Dr.
Pierce's medicine are op inown coMrosinoN. Their every ingredient printed
on their wrappers. Msde from roots without alcohol. Contain no habit
forming drugs. World's Dispensary Medical Association, Buffalo, N. Y.
People nro beclunlng to make hay
Mr. ami Mrs. W. K. llouuey mid
Mr, and .Mrs, v. Gorhott wore visit
Ing with Mr, and Mix, John Phillips
at Klwood last Sunday
Mr. Kiindlo, of Jllghland, left for
his ranch at the hill Monday,
Mr. Freeman, of Klwood, In hauling
shingles for K.I lletiman at Clarkes,
from tho t'oltoii shingle mill.
School closed Friday. June 17, lifter
a successful term of nine months,
with Miss FVedi'l'org Hull us (eneher.
Chester and Walter tioihelt, who
were 111 Eastern Oregon, havo r
turned with a ceuplo of teams of
Mr. and Mm Uiwrenco llonnney
ami children, ef Mulino, who have
been visiting with tho hitter's mother,
Mrs. 1 .x. last week returned homo
Mr. Johnson, an old bachelor, who
had boon ooinpiunlng about not feel
ing weel Saturday, was found dead
Sunday mornliii! at his homo nt Ool
ton, , The dance given at Collon last Sat
urday wmm attended by a largo crowd.
Mm, John l.ttiun and Mrs. Uo
Livingston nro vising their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Ilonney, at Colton.
Alfred Uerglmi.l uiul Ernest Vallen
have returned from Corvalls. whoro
they have been attending school.
W. E. Ilonney attended tho pioneer
meeting In Oregon City last week.
I.uther Petersen, from Minnesota,
Is visiting friends at Collon.
The midsummer day picnic was
largely attended and an all around
good I lino Is retorted.
At the annual school meeting held
last Monday, W. K. Ilonney was elect
ed as clerk and Mr. Peterson as di
rector. Mr. Scrlhbner. tho supervisor of
Inllueiieo she seems (o havo for good
over the young minds, alio will cer
tainly succeed. The dlnnor was nerved
on! of doors and ilio children worv
formed two and two on tho green and
marched to tho table, so the girls
wore upon ono side ami tho buys on
the oilier, and the elders walled upon
them and themselves amidst (ho babel
of ninny tongue and good uuluied
chatter. Uuuotinde tialoro was also
served, and after the piMmaniuie, the
niasler, Fred Ellegrln, Invited nil
down to partake of loo creiiiu and
tho basekts were again uncovered and
Ice orchin iiud cake parlnken of with
a relish. As the day. "which I It rout-
jened rain In tho morning, had eoino
I off nolle warm. A ft or tho Ice croain
I was enjoyed all adjourned to it near
by Hold to witness a game of bull bi
tween the Sweet Hilars mid Stafford
boys. We did not slay to 'see the
.ending, but It was said u number of
the Stafford boys did not piny and
thereby liaudlenpped the leaiu.
Doubtlcs your Mountain Road enr
I iVHHiiiloiit saw the Mulsh, tuiil w ill
give a glowing nci'ouut In the next
Items. A party In the evening ended
tho day, and we all went home Hied,
'but feeling at peace with all tho
I Mr, Serin and Mr. Kellar attended
the campmcctliig at Woodhuiu over
I The llaptlst cliurrli held Children's
Day exercises n' the church on Sun
Tho parsonage of the ItitplN church
is having a new room put on, and the
! church repainted.
I Two thousand dollniH' worth of
school bonds for sale In District No.
' l:'o, In denominations of $:,il and fliiO
j and to draw ti per cent Interest, All
(hoe wanting same tile your applies..
Hon with the clerk. Mr. W. Heard.
lunik, land III sections III, 1ft, town
ship II south, iinm I east ; $1.
Anna J, I'osniaiU to K. K. Mother,
It! iici'oh of Hi'i'i Inns ll mid l, IK, I'1,
township I oust; fl.
tleorgo Waul and Migslo Ward to
Joseph t". Premiss, tfttfc acres of U
1 1. C, Lnloiuollii and wife, lownshlp
2 south, I'lingo ll east; also Kit, acres
of D, l t No, ;i',l, lownshlp !l soiilh,
range 2 east; also ll'u acres nf 11,
I C. of U II, l Utotirollo; IL'im,
Anulo and William It. Gllhoiiseu In
Louise and Frank HrellkrelU, lots I,
'i, ;, I, fi. lit, block D, Klin's Hubdl
vision of lot 4. block It Harlow's
First Addition in Harlow; $Mi.
John Glower lu Joseph , llroljo,
laud In hocIIoii 12, township SI south,
range 1 east; $1.
Jesse Unroll and 10 A. Ilimell to
Northwestern Association, laud In
section I. lownshlp ll south, range a
'ennl; also lift acres of sections 4 and
fi, township a south, range a oast;
l also ift acres of sections 4 and fi,
I lownshlp a south, rango a east; $1.
! Walli'i- mid Lewis Gruel to John
i lliuell, r."i acres of section 5, town
'hhlp a south, rango a oast; $1.
I William and Umlso C, Heard to K.
:c, llyall. I2.'.i;l aeros uf township
;i south, range east; (HI.
G. and Anlolne Muocke to Edward
E. Mnecko, et al I'.'O acres uf see
i lion an, (iiwiishlp :l south, rnugo I
'i Clara f. M. Muecke lo Edward K.
1 Muecke, Sill aires of section III.
lownshlp a south, range I cast, ft.
Edna E. and Hay Cllne to Walter
Smith, h't 2. blink 07, Oregon City:
Waller mid Catherine Smith to
Uiilia Smith, lot 2, block 17. Oro-
' goll City; I'.MIO.
J. W. and (Intro E Uider to Lucy
Riser, lots It. 15, block 3, Weslyu.
Arthur W. and Mlulu Hegner to
Easiest Running Mower for Heavy Grass.
Gresham. Ongon, Feb. 23. J'JO'.i.
M.. L A S. Co.. Portland, Oregon:
Dear Sirs: I have been using the Champion Mower
for six years, and all the expenses I havo ever had
Is some new sections. For heavy grass It Is the
easiest running mower 1 havo over run. I consider
It suix'rlor to any othor machine. ' It Is an easy
running machine because It la higher geared than
some oilier machines I have alwais heard that the
Champion Mower was a good machine Yours re
spectfully, A. J til.DENIU-RG.
One of the
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TRY THIS FOR CATARRH.
Gel ll llyomcl (pronounced Might),
me) oulllt today.
Pour a few drops from tho bottle
Into I lie Inhaler Hint comes with each
nut HI . and breallio II In 4 or 6 times
Immediately you will know that 1 1 -omel
soothes and bonis tho lullameil
mid liiilaled nioiiihrnuo.
Hut llyoiuol does more (hall soul lie
and heal, It kills the germs, llioso per
severing pests, Ibnl ate ill (he loot
of all catarrhal conditions.
Uitd year I sulTeied terribly with
calarrh. 1 used one bottle of llyoiuol
and my ealarrli was bettor," Miss
Helen McNalr. Uivallou, Cnl,
A complete llyoiuol oulllt, includ
ing a bottle of llvoinel, a hard rubber
pocket Inhaler and simple directions
for use, costs only f I no. If you now
own n llvoinel Inhaler, you can gel
mi emru holtlo of llyoiuol for only ftil
cents at druggists every hole, it ml
nt Huntley llro.
Guaranteed lo cure ciilarrh, croup,
iiHlliiun and sore ihroai, or money
back, I !"'
Lint of unclaimed Idlers Hi Hie
(iri'Kon City Poslollleo fur tho week
ending June 21 '
Men's list- Furr, Herman; lluher,
lleiiiy; Mason, A.: Miller. All). M ;
MoKnlghl. Gis) A ; Hhophnrd, W.;
Hliilsman, Hyron; Taylor, Geo, E;
Thompson, Jus, S,
A Wild DlKiard Rnuing
brings danger, suffering often death
lo thousiilids, who lake colds, coughs
and lagrlpH thai terror of Winter
and Spring Its danger signals are
"sniffed up" nostrils, lower pari of
nose sore, chills iiud fever, palii III
bacl uf head, uiul a tlironi grliplug
rough. When Grip attacks, its you
illue your life, don't tlduy gcltlng
Dr. King's New Discovery "One bo.
lie cured me." writes A. I.. Dunn, of
Pine Valley, Miss, "nfter being 'laid
up' Hove necks lih Grip" For
sore hint!, I lemorrhageB, Coughs.
Colds. Wliisipliig Cough, Hronchltls.
Asthma, It's supreme r,ic, flon,
tiiliiranteed by Jones Ding Co
E. P. Elliott & Son
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tions of the Northwest. These user tell In their own way Ju.t exactly what they think of tho CHAMPION MOWER, from the .land
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Ease of operation and strength of part, are es.ent.al feature of the 1910 machine. In It Is embodied all the strong advantages
of former CHAMPIONS with new improvements in construction. All lever, are correctly located. Foot lever ea.lly raises the cutter
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Whether it is a
Header or Reaper
it its CHAMPION
VV. J. WILSON
J. J. SANDSNESS
All kinds of
FARM, CITY PROPERTY
Andrcssn Dldy. Oregon CUy, Or.
Mjy try to assert 11 Independence
and explode Just to celebrat the
Glorious Fourth. If you would avoid
such trouble, let us keep all your
Our work 1 uniur.
lived upon the farm now owned by
Great preparations are being made
for a Fourth of July dance in the M.
H. A. hall on that evening. Joe Kpler
will be assisted by quite a number
of players, and will furnish the music
at that time.
Judge Dlmick arrived in U'ilsonvllle
on Saturday afternoon, accompanied
by the County Commissioner and the
Deputy County Cl'-rk. The Judge
made a splendid address tnoroughly
vindicating the County Court as to
the manner In which the taxes are
used for Improvements, and we feel
sure our county officers are doing
their very best, with 'he amount, of
money that is placed at their disposal.
If other parts of this section of i
country that are more dead than alive
are willing to take a tonic in tne
shape of a bridge over the Willam
ette, at the expense of the county,
the residents of Wllsonvllle ought to
speak out for that free ferry we have
all been longing for. Trains pass our
doors 20 times a day. This was the
original crossing, and moreover the
Oregon Klentrlc Company employed
engineers, who decided after serious
consideration that Wllsonvllle was
the best place for a bridge, so why
not have a free ferry?
Miss Kllen Probst's recital on Fri
day evening brought, a large crowd
to greet the village favorite. The
programme throughout was classical,
and although many difficult numbers
were Introduced, each one was taken
with ease by the singer and her as
sistants upon the piano. Miss P.robst
was assisted by Miss Mabel Seey
and Misses Elizabeth and Mary,
District No. 21, Is busy working on
the road between Colton and Clarkes
with a number of men and teams.
Mr. Farver, of Clarkes, was at
Collon on business one day hint week.
AH Skin Disease
Yield readily to treatment with Dr.
Hell's An'l-eptic Salve. We guaran
tee It. 2 a box. Sold everywhere.
For Sale ,y Jones' Drug Co.
Gladstone church, Sunday, July 3.
I we celebrate tho second anniversary
of our urbanization. A. C. Corbln. of
fi, ,.!.... .i. nt ,.!, In HwJ
morning and Rev. Reagor, of Port
land, First church, In the evening.
Miss Fluiie, of Portland, will alng.
Large hunch of firecrackers
every pair of shoes. Oregon
Shoe Store, opp. Postofllce.
We are having cloudy but cool and
dry weather for the past week, and
a soaking rain would do lots of good,
but there is some hay down and some
ready to mt, and of course we are
anxious In such a' case to have Jupi
ter pluviiM hold his hand a few days
There was ijulte a general turnout
from Klaflord on Saturday, tho 2."jI1i,
of Grangers and others with their
children, to participate in Children's
Day exercises at the Frog Pond
Orange, and enjoy the good dinner
furnished. The programme, under
the direction of the worthy lecturer,
Mrs. Smiling, was one of the "best
Probst. The stage was most, artlstl-, , , , ... . , '. ...
cally decorated in green of the Ore-! ' . ' " VI ,
gon grape, woven through fishnets,
making a handsome background for
the beautiful roses showered upon
Miss Probst and her accompanists by
their admiring friends.
K. P. llonser to W. T. Ilonser, land
in lol Whlteomb I). I.. C, township
1 south, range 1 east; flon.
Frank K. and IIohsIc Andrews lo
V. II. Dlx et al., lots i:, Hi, block
S, South Oregon City; foi).
David G. and Anne Hodges lo Ora
J. WHkersnii, 5 acres of Philander
U-o D. D. C, township .'! south, runge
1 east; flMlil.
Anna J. Relnhardt and I- W. Rein-
I bnnli to Thomas K. Kelly, land In
I George Crow I). U ('.. township 2
south, range I east; f.'IOOO.
Thomas R. A. Sellwood and Joseph
ine M. Sellwood to Jacob K. Shields,
lots .1, li, block Hi, (Julncy Addition
to Mllwaukie; fiiMI.
Charles II. and Nellie ll. Slanlon
to P. J. and l.llllc Ib-llo Johnson, 8
acres of sections 0 and 1, township
2 south, range 2 east; fliioo.
.. II. and Fannie I,. Shields
to Nancy P. Thomas, 10 acres of sec
Hon :!, township I south, rango 4
T. M. and Ida Word, el al., to
Charles O. Woodcock, southeast
quarter of section :!li, township I
south, range 4 east; $10.
1 f ll Din Oovoll and Hliueon N. Co
veil and David Smith to Arthur W.
O. Graham, blocks 18, HI, Covell;
Fosmark to John Fos-
lug manner even to the little boy
: who had lo get something from his
! page before he could speak his little
! recitation about the bird. Special
i mention should be made of the dla-
I loiflle hv tho votintr neririln if thni
ir you are an om t.acneior ami have ; (;r;in(,,, ,, tne arm ,,y u B(;hoolboys
not one to fill up a basket for you for I and girls of Stafford, who had been
the Fourth of July picnic, Just patro-1 carefully taught by Miss Julia Wed
nize the ladles' Aid, and you will hfi ; ,ile. It was entitled "The Grunge
more sausneo, tor tney win nave Drill." She had provided hoops trim-
many good things for sale on the I rn(.f aml ,0,in,i with green with a1
grounds. Don't forget that Dr. Clar-, Orange l-nii In the center t en, h !
,n rr.,n ift,. n . t A l . ..... " ,
... niinwu, ui ruoimiu, in o) winch held In front as
.. . mav;, .,, n,.; i,aj. II": Iinnis- iin(,L'h n ceres Of CVO lit ona nnn L.. ...... I ,.,.. ,li .H,, Kr. Yoiciinilli
hall match Will he wnHh watching l,,...t I , .. ......... nlnlwnrlin,wliri.Bnmttrbowinooli70IIJ,,
u' j . V V , " ' 1 n t,,c P'yeu liy .Yliss ' Allwork(ullrsiirsnUt(ornilMnTti
" oe ""! i vkii your wins- jUlla. It was a long exercise, but she
1 Anna J,
T -v I n
vi.ur tnlh nut Mini
p 1 stn ft nA l.rl.lM
.work iluno. For out.
of-Uiwn ufttreuft ws
flnUli pint Sll'l
M. W. L Will, fm
l.rkilii wirk In ona
dftr If niiMMr.
Gold Fillinn 1.00
Enimtl Flllinn 1.00
8ilr Fllllnit .50
Qaod Rubbtr .
B,t Rubbir ,
Pilnl.n Etlr-llis .50
tie for the glorious old Fourth.
Large hunch of firecrackers
every pair of Bhoes. Oregon
Shoe Store, opp. Postofflce.
had been so patient and painstaking,
and they proved s"ch willing workers,
that they never made one false move.
Miss Weddle proposes fitting; herself
for a teacher and to Judge by the
thev went' n nut mmimt , ",,T T.i w
ll i y went mtlM KlW,t,.,ii trm wh.Bj.u. or brldM wn'k
ttlonS nnd U or.lr.l. Oiainltstloa Kmmi. oo oftnnot lltr
palnlMft wnrnn,wnr, no du,m,...i. ....im
All work fullT mtruuHsl (or tlllxn ynitrs.
Wise Dental Co.
John T. Frbl, Jr., lots I lo :0, In
cbislve, Regiur's Addition to Chrery
Nellie II Stuart, guardian. I
Frederick V. Holman, laud III Clack
amas County; $1.
Nettle II. Stuart, et al lo Frank
V. Holman, .'!.', Sil aen s lu sen Inn :ili,
township 2 south, range oust;
Clacknmas Title (Company lo Fred
erick V. Hobnail, .-IS. mi acres of sec
tion :tr., lownshlp '.' south, range 1
Oregon Iron & Steel Company tot
ticorgo Schaber, land In James
Alhcy I). L. C section 2H, lownshlp
2 south, range I east; $10.
K. G. and Maria Caulleld to Wal
lace Hart, lots I, 2, I, 5, block 10.
Park Addition lo Oregon City; $:i0.
Mrs. .1. .Vf, and J. M. Hoover to
lira lluey, lot r, block 2H, Mllwaukie
A. II. and Fannie Grlessen lo Fred
Achilles, tracts M. and N, Willam
ette Fulls Acreage Tracts; $.',0.10.
Joseph Wall and Venda Wall to
Frank lleers, laud In section 22,
township 2 south, range (I oast;
Kllzabeth and Jerome Corkelroaa to
llerllno II. I'rililhoiiimo, ItfiHIi nores of
section 7, township 2 south, rango fi
llerlha ami K. I,. Fraley to Fred
Cooper and Thomas J, Noud, 100
acres of I). L. C. of James Drown,
township ,'l soulh, range ; east; $10.
H. I nnd llerllui Fraley to Fred
Cooper, land In section .'IB, township
:: south, range ,1 cast; $1.
W. S. C.rllllo to H. M. Slmonlon, lot
7, block 20, Hlmoiiton; lot 7 of block
20, Windsor; $l2.ri.
ICMtacadn Slate Hunk to K. H. Wo-
mer, IoIh 10 and 11, block 1, Kslacada;
David F. Warner to Clara 0. Oonip-
land, 17 acres of sooHnn 28, township
II Hiiitth, range 4 east; $1100.
D. K. Warner to Clara (I. Cotiplnnd
.'10 iicrtm of section 27. township 3
south, range 4 east; $2H00.
Andrew Anderson to Eric Llnd
slrotn, SO acres of Modioli. 27, IM,
lownshlp 4 south, range 3 onst; $1
K. j. and 11, Frnley to Fred Cooper,
,'120 acres of section 3(1, township -3
south, range ,1 east; 1.
In good repair,
Tinning, Hot Air Furnace and
Hop Pipe. All Kinds of Job
bing and Spraying Material.
014 Main St. Phone 2604.
O. W. P. DIVISION
Between Portland and Oregon City,
l-ave Arrive i 1-itve Arrlvx
ralltnf Bultdlnsj. Third l Wiihlnftrm, MRTUHD, OW00II
OUIh anis: S A. K. U S f . Si iuSftrt. tfk
CLACKAMA8 AB8TBACT 4 TRU8T
Land Title Examined.
Abstracts of Title Made.
OHlce over Bank of Oregon City.
JOHN F. CLARK, Mgr.
1 1 .22
I 12 25
to Mllwaukie only.
Trains for Falrvlnw, TrotitdnlH,
Gresham, Ilorlng, Eagle Crook, Hsta
cada and C'azadero and Intermediate
7:15. x8:02. 9:05. x10:05. 1:05.
3:05. x4:06. 5:05. xfl:05. 7:05.
x Oroshnm. Falrvlow and Troutdale.
NOTE: Cars leave Enst Water and
Morrison streets 6 minutes lutor tfinn
scheduled from First and Alder Sts.