0 OREGON" CITY ENTEUPKISE, FRIDAY, DECKMHK1J 23, 1910. CANBY AND SOUTHERN CLACKAMAS CAN BY. H.'Roy jce, the real potato dealer, went to Portland on business Friday. Mrs, Kpale Shields, who has been In California for the past six weeks, whore she went on business, will re turn -the latter part of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Coerce ORle, of this eity went to Oregon City Tuesday, While in that pity they visited at the home of Mrs. Welsmandol, where her son, V. l Weismandel, well known for several days, returned home on Krlday evenliiK. J. J. Yoder. a prominent young farmer of Smyrna, w as transact In business In Canity Tuesday. Mr. Yod er was accompanied to this city by Miss-Maude Yoder, teacher of the K". orpreen school, and Miss Annie Cot frodson. teacher of the Samson school. Those two yotniK ladles were on their way to Portland to attend the Insti tute. Mr. and Mrs. John nursuyne of and formerly of this city, is very ill. New Kra, were anion); tho people w ho Mrs. Emma Hursoyne, who has been attended the funeral of the late Cap tain James Kvans. Roy KnlRht has been called from Monitor on account of the serious Ill ness of his sister, Mrs, Lawrence Hair, who is. suffering with an attack of quinsy. Theodore Schaffenherg and family have moved from Sherwood to Canity and are now occupying the Waite house, recently vacated by Judge Waite and family. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Fallows re turned -from Portland Monday after a two days' visit. George A It man of Portland, spent In this city for tho past three weeks leaving been called here by the serious Illness of her father, the late James i;vans. returned to her home in Port land on Wednesday, and was accom panied by her mother, Mrs. Evans, who; will reside for the present in Portland. Mrs. Ijiwrence Ilalr is very 111 with tonsilitis and quinsy. Her little son, Cernid, Is also ill. Mr. Hair, who is out of the city, has been notified of his wife's illness, and will return home this week. Mr. and Mrs. George Spencer of Aurora, who recently moved to that city a'rom here, were In Canny Satur day xm their way home from Oregon City where they went on business. Miss Sadie Evans, teacher of the Mundorf school near this city, was in Candy on Tuesday on her way to Portland where she will attend the teachers' institute that convenes in that' city Wednesday, Thursday and Fridav. Cpon her return she will go the Hosford estate. to her home near Bearer Creek. Mrs. George Martin and two child- E. H. Carlton, of the firm of Carl- ren. Alphadine and Dale, htve arrived ton A Roscnkrans, was up from Port- In this city from McXIinnvllle, and w ill land on Tuesday. spend Christmas with Mr. Martin's Cfitud Hougham left on Tuesday mother, Mrs. M. J. Martin. Mr. Mart- afternoon's train for Portland and in will arrive on Saturday evening from there he will go to Vancouver, Wash., where he will visit for a few day Mrs. Douglass is chairman of the com mittee. A Christmas tree Is one of the features of the evening's pro gramme, and Santa will be there to greet the little folks. All are Invited. Rev. Rosing to Hold Services. Rev. C, O. Rosing will hold services at Cnnby at to: 30 o'clock in the Nor wegian Lutheran church and at Knights' hall at 3::l0 o'clock. The I latter services w ill be held by the I members of tho Harlow Norwegian church. In the evening Rev. Rosing will conduct services at Woodhurn. The subjects fur the pastor's sermons will be appropriate for the day. Moving Picture Show Opened The moving picture show opened In the Hosford building on inesituy evening was largely attended. The proprietor, Mr. Mallory, has made a good selection of pictures, and those which will please all. Mrs. Cassle Evans Is acting as doorkeeper. The following was the programme for the opening night: "Mother Utvo," "Dream and Realities." "I I,ovo You as the Rose Utves the IVw" (lllustrat oil song. "The Eagle's Egg." On Sat Suudar in this citv, a guest of the i ""' nM following programme Hutchinson family. will be given: "The Rucking Uron- cho, "A New Excuse, "tor ins tes ter's Honor," the Illustrated song to he Fred Roth has purchased nu In terest in the Cauby Tribune. Mr Roth will be business manager, with C. W. Fallows as editor and in charge 'Everybody Iaivcs me but the One I Love." There are two performances Roy Ross, teacher of the Lone Eld er school, left on Saturday afternoon's train for Portland to attend the teach ers' association. R. S. Coe went to Portland on Sat urday and procured from the Ladd Crystal Spring farm some blooded Barred Rock chickens. It was the in tention of exhibiting these chickens at the poultry show given under the auspices of the Marion and Clacka mas County Poultry Show, which is being held at Hubbard this week, but did not arrive until too late. Mr. Coe was in Oregon City on Wednes day of last week also, having attended the reception given in honor of Judge Thomas F. Ryan before his departure for Salem. Prof. GUI, Prof. Buchanan. Miss Florence Stoddard and Miss Weeks, teachers of the Canby school, and Prof. H. H. Eccles of the Riverside school are attending the teachers' in stitute in Portland. W. H. Lucke was a Portland busi ness visitor on Wednesday. Miss Florence Wang spent Satur day and Sunday with her parents, Mr and Mrs. Wang. Carl Lucke went to Portland Mon day on business. Dr. Murdy visited in Portland on Sunday. Sim Lindsey, the horseman, has returned to Canby after visiting for the past two weeks in Salem. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wait and baby, after visiting with relatives in Portland, have returned to Canby. Mr. and Mrs. C. U Bates, after vis iting in Portland, have returned home. Mr. and Mrs. Grant White and George Scheer made a business trip to Portland on Friday. Mrs. Cassle Evans, after visiting with her sister, Mrs. Ethel Ferguson of the mechanical department. Thei'h evening, one at .:. ami ine Tribune has moved to the new build- j other at S:30. On Monday and Sat ing recently completed bv O. R. Mack. ! ttrda? these shows will be given. Mr. on the propenr ho purchased from Mallory exhibiting at Aurora and Hub- tiara otner evenings or me ween. Pox Hunting Enjoyed. N. Young. S. J. Vaughan, Sim Lind sey. who left for Molalla on Monday evening, where they were Joined at the Vauchan farm by William and John Vntichan. went for a foi hunt. and will remain until Monday. j -o,nim i the timber dimmr the Card of Thanks, j night until the following morning at Mrs. Evans and family desire tola o'clock. The men took with them thank their friends and' acquaintances 14 fox hounds belonging to Vaughan Francis Dlllard; "Santa Claim." Pri mary Room; "A Turkey's lament," Claire Haines; "Tho Truly Believers," second grade; "Keeping Secret." Myrtle Hutchinson; "Xiim Stock ings," third grade. Canby Market Report. The folio-wing quotation are given ny tionion nro, i'o. Kkk 4.1e a dojten. Butter CS if 70c roll. Poultry Hens, Hc; springs, lie; old roosters, l;Y; ducks, lSc; geese, lie; turkeys, lSc; young roosters, liac- Mohair, 31c. Wool, per pound, Ho. Veal tin to 100 lbs., I2ttc; 100 to 1.10 lbs., Jle; 130 to 105 lbs,, 914. i-oik murker.-). 10c; liio to 2i5 lbs., Sic; 225 to ;t;,o lbs., 81,0. Uirtl. Kc Hides Oreon. Co: salted. To. Cabbage, per 100 lbs., Jl; otntoea, per 100 lbs., $1.10. Oats, per ton, J'.'T.SO. Wheat, iter bushel, $1. O-t hay, $13.50; clover hay, $11; iiiuoiny, jiu, , Carrots, per sack. 5ik Honey, per lb, 15c. Bacon, per lb.. 2ic; ham. per lb .'I'C. Chlttlm bark, e per lb. Beans Small white, tlo per lb large wiiue, 5c per lb. aney nour, supremo, spe cial nam wneat. 1.25; bluestem flour. 1 1. ;!;!(' t. us, Beets, per aack. $1.35. Sweet potatoc. Sc lb. Onions, per ct., $1.00. CAPTAIN EVANS BURIED HE WAS ONE OP THE BEST KNOWN STEAMBOAT MEN IN THE NORTHWEST. FUNERAL UNDER AUSPICES I.O.O.F. Ho Was a Pioneer of the Early Fifties Many Old Time Friends Pay Last Reapects, and the lodges for their kindness shown them during the Illness and death of a husband and father, the late James Evans, who passed away at his home Thursday morning. Turkeys Shipped From Canby. There have been 22 tons of turkeys shipped from this city during the past week to Portland for the holiday trade. The wholesale price for turk- Rrothers. and the doss kept up a hunt for the animals until 3 o'clock. The men built a large fire, and where they remained until the return of the dogs. Vaughan Brothers Imintrted 50 red foxes from the East, one of which is valued at $100, and this Is the first time that a hunt has been made. The men returned to the Vaughan home for breakfast. They are planning to A Dreadful Wound front a knife, gun, tin can. rusty na fireworks, or of any other nature, d niamls prompt treatment with Hue leu's Arnica Salve to prevent blood poison or gangrene. It's the quick est, surest healer for all such wouml as also for Burns. Bolls, Sores. Ski Eruption. Eczema, Chapped Hand Corns or Piles, L'.'c at Jones Drug Co. BARLOW. eys here is IS cents per pound. The j have another hunt about Now Year's birds shipped were in fine condition. Jack Coffeen Injured. Jack Coffeen. a well known horse man of this city, met with a painful accident a few days ago by being Eve. School! Close for Holidays. On Tuesday afternoon the schools of this city closed for the holidays. A Christmas programme was given kicked on the forehead by a horse by the pupils, and many of the par- he was caring for. The Injured man was attended to by Dr. H. A. Dcdman, and It was necessary to take several stitches to close the wound. He Is improving rapidly. Wrestling Match Well Attended. The wrestling match between Carl Busch. the middleweight champion of Germany, and Jack Nelson, of Canby, held in the city hall Friday night was largely attended. After two hours of scientific wrestling the match was de clared a draw. Christmas at M. E. Church. The Christmas exercises to be held at the Methodist church will be in charge of the teachers of the Sunday school, and the programme will be composed of songs and recitations. ents of those taking part attended. Miss Weeks and Miss Stoddard, teach ers of the grammar and primary Mrs. M. W. Sh. phard was up from Portland and attended tho Christinas euieriaiuiueni, which was well ren dcred and well attended, the children doing fine and all receiving mum ons presents. Mrs. Crocraft and Miss Anderson have gone to Portland to spend tho holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wlllett were called to Springfield. Ore., last Friday receiving a message of the death o their brother-in-law- who was burled on Saturday. His name was Hiram K. Rice. 75 years and 13 days old stomach' trouble. They returned on Monday Miss Marian Ingram is going to Springfield. -Ore., to spend the holl days with her aunt, Mrs. R. A. Rice. grades had well arranged programmes j rpsa , RolnK , huv(( ' J, j nMj In their rooms. James Kauplsch took the part of Santa Claus ami carried out his part to perfection. The tree was laden with candles and nuts, and these were distributed by Santa. The following is the programme given: "Have you seen Dear Santa?" Pri mary Room; "Tis Christmas," In termediate Room: "Welcomo Ad dress," Ijola Gaston; "Evergreen Day," 14 children; "A Stitch In Time," recitation, Elmer Earls; "Xmas Stock ings," song. Primary room; "Santa Claus," Eva Beatty; "Xmas Motion." game, five little boys; "Santa's Boy," Tk0kk -m .k i Oscar Keatty; "I Wonder," Edwin tieuueriie; .uerry Atiiua, iineiiiii-u-late Room: "A Perfect Xmas," occasion. Santa Claus will be pres ent and distribute the presents from a prettily decorated tree. Christian Church to Celebrate Xmas. An excellent musical and literary programme is being arranged for the Christmas exercises to be held at the Christian Church on Saturday night. Blanche Dillingham: ' "Xmas Story Told With Fingers," third grade; "Coming of Santa," Florence Zellner; "Six Xmas Letters," second grade; "Xmas Bells," Bessie Alford; recita tion, Dorma Haines; "A Dolly Show," Primary Room; "Xmas Has Come," i HOLIDAY Suggestions week, and then will move to Victoria B. C. Jim Erlckson, the new postmaster, will soon move to the place Mrs, Kyttti win vacate. Lloyd Wtllett. who Is attending school at Cottage Grove, Is visiting with his parents during the holidays. Miss Ionia Andrews is visiting with her parents. Tho Nazarenes are holding revival meetings at MenJian. Some young folks, with the Barlow minister, were on the road to Merit! Ian Sunday night to a revival meet Ing and got off Die road and upset In the ditch; getting pretty muddy. They escaped Injury, except the minister, who was slightly bruised. One of the most successful enter laliinients ever given in this city, was that given at Columbia Hall on Mon day evening, by the pupils of the Barlow school, under tho supervision of the teachers, Mrs. Crecroft, prin cipal, and Miss Anderson. The can tata entitled "A Jolly Christmas" was given and each one taking part showed that careful study had been given. The remainder of tho pro. gramme consisted of solos, choruses and drills. There was a large lit tendance and the teachers are de serving of great credit for the man ricr In which the affair was carried out. School has closed until after holi days, Mrs. Crecroft and Miss Ander son leaving on Tuesday for Portland, where they will attend the teachers' Institute, which convenes on Wed nesday, Thursday and Friday. Electric Curling Irons Hot Water Heaters Milk Warmers Heating! Pads Electric Store Alder Street, at Seventh Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CASTOR! A TWILIGHT. Miss Marie Harvey spent last Wed nesday In Portland aa a guest of her brother Bert. Miss Urodle has Just closed a very successful term of school. Tho teach- er and pupils deserve great credit for the manner in which the entertain ment was carried out, which was given at the close. We regret very much that Miss Mead Is on the lick list Marvin Faulk, teacher of Green wood, Is attondlng the' teachers' insti tute in Portland this week. We are glad to note he is making a success in his new unilertakng. Ruby .McCord made a visit with relatives In Portland last Wednesday. Come to the Christmas tree next Saturday evening at 8 o'clock In Twi light Hall. Throw dull care away and come and have a good time. Bring the little folks; there is room for all. NEW ERA, Mrs. G. H. Brown and son Ira were shopping In Portland Tuesday, re turning on the evening train. Her daughter Mae, who is attending school in Portland, accompanied her home. Hcvelk Bros, have a lumber yard In connection with their flouring mills. Mrs. II. p. Wink was Xmas shop ping in Oregon City Tuesday. Mrs. P. 11. Mead has been quite sick tho past month. Thos. Blanchard has had a force of men rebuilding line 7 of the New Era Telephone Co. The annual meeting of Now Era Telephone Co. will be held on Tues day, January 3, 1911, at the usual place of meeting. Earl Wink's new bungalow is one of the attractions In the south part of town. Father Mathew is building a new brooder house large enough to ac commodate 300 chicks. Mr. Felix has moved Into the Wlt tenlmrg houso on the hill. The shooting match for turkeys at the HliirHliurg place on the west side was well attended Tuesday. . Burt McArthur has Installed a new water system on his farm. Warner Grange- baa postponed Its meeting one week, .making It Decem ber 81. A watch meeting will be held In the Grange Hall under the Captain James Mudlson Evans, who died nt his homo In Canby on Thurs day morning, December t.V was one of tho pioneers of Oregon, mid one ol the best known stemubont men In the state. The funeral services were conducted at the family residence on Friday morning at U o'clock, ami the Interment was In the Zlon cemetery. The services were conducted by Itev. C. 1 Croesy, pastor of tho Methodist Episcopal church, and lie was assist ed by the I, O. O. F, lodge, of which the deceased has been a member for 21 years. Mr. Evans was also a mem ber of tho A. O. r. W. lodge for 2t years, belonging to that order nt (lie time of lila death. The funeral ser vices were largely attended, many front Oregon City, Now Era and oilier parts of the county being In attend ance. The floral offerings were many and beautiful. The 1. O. O. F. Indues of Cnnby nml Oregon City sent boun tiful offerings. The ull bearers were M. R. Colby, A. Kocher. D. 1 Milt- Irk. John Zcck, William Maple and C. T. Bales. James Kvans was born In St. Uuils Mo August 2S, .m:I, At the ago 01 six, he accompanied his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Evans, to Andrew County, Missouri, with a train of 13 wagons across the plains. The sin was made In March, ISM. There were many thrilling expert ences on the trip. A brother of James Evans, while playing tieur the ramp, was taken suddenly 111 with tiiu chol era, and died after a few in I miles 0 suffering. The family of Mr. Evans arrived here In October, ls.12. The train disbanded at The Dalles, and those who came to Oregon City crossed the river near the site of the old brick mill, which Is now used by llawley Pulp It Paper Company. After a three weeks' stay In this city, James Evans left with bis par ents for the mouth of the Pudding River. A cabin was built by the father, and he secured employment with Dr. John Mclaughlin In this city. James well remembered the Father of Oregon, and often spoke In the high est terms of his kindness to the set lers. Mr. Evans delighted In telling of his thrilling experiences with the Indians In the early days, and he had hundreds of friends, young and old who learned with regret of his death. Perhaps no man in the state of Oregon has had charge of so mauv boats as Captain James Evans. Among he boats he was connected with In ho early days were the llooslor. Washington, Canemah, Oregon, Will amette, Relief, Elk, Shoshone, Phoe nix, Shoalwater. Moose, tiaiello and Franklin. Of the loals of later year Captain Evans has been connected with the S. T. Church, Yamhill, Orient. Occident, Enterprise, James Clinton, Shoefly, Dayton, Echo, St. Carrie, )hlo. City of Salem. Success. Eugene, Cagle, Reliance, Albany, Active, N. Bentley. W. M. llogue, Elwnnd. Itonan.'.a. Champion, Isabel, A. A. Me- 'ulley. Valley Queen, Three Sisters and N. R. tang. EASTERN CLACKAMAS FIRWOOD. Frod 1C. Block of the Mt. Hood Und Co,, Is transacting business III this vicinity Ihls week. Mr. and Mrs, 10. D, Hart spent Tues day nml Wednesday shopping III Port land. 1 ho lii ixul Association hud a pleasant and Interesting I lino last Saturday. Mrs. Anton Malar was In Portland Hie fore part 1 tho week. Mrs. B, t Hart spent Friday mid Saturday of last week In the city. School District No. fi2 held a school 1111H' ting Dee. 17 for tho piiriMiso of voting a special tat, which wits car ried by a largo miiloilty. Jack Utwlnss left Monday for Port land and oilier points. Miss Jennie U Grande Is at lend Inn teachers' Institute In Portland this week. B, F. Hart, of Portland, Is spending a few days on his ranch. What would our eastern friends think of "rainy Oregon" could they only he with us these bright sunny dilK Friends of Mr. Slmostoo will bo glad to hear bo Is steadily Improving since going to t ullfornla. titcy, I1'. V. lll'uns; troamii'or, W, A. Moratid. These new iifflerrs will m Installed (he first Hiilurduy In Jan uary with n linmiuet. M 10,, church will give a graiul X inn m enlerlaluiiioiit 11ml C'ti liut iiina tree Friday evening, Tho school entertainment ami bus hel social given lust Hiiliiriluy even, lug was H Miami success; over it hun dred dollniN In cunli vwm raised for the school by sale of bushel. Kept The Kino At Home. "For the past year wo have kept the King or nil liixatlriM-Dr. King's Now Llfo Pills In our homo nml they have proved a Moaning to nil our family." N, Y, Easy but sure remedy for all Stomach, Uver and Kidney troubles. uniy 2,10 nt Jones Drug Co. 8ANOY. HEWETT, BRADLEY A CO. Hlghett Grade Men's Wear. The shop of the handsome windows. Three forty-tour Washington street., Between Seventh and Park, Portland. MANY VARIETIES OF APPLES. 9. Coe Shows What Hit Farm Can Produce in the Way of Fruit R. S. Coo, one of the most promi nent apple and strawberry growers In lucknmas county, was In Oregon ity, Thursday of this week, having coitio hero to attend the stag party given by tho Commercial Club In hon or of Judge Thomas F. Ryan, w ho will ave soon fur Salem. Mr. Coe re cently had on' exhibit 27 vnrletles of pples nt tho Apple Show held In Port land. He has over 300 bushels of apples on his farm at Canby, Includ- ng some of tho best varieties. Mr. Coe Is also a poultry fancier, and will ave on exhibit at the Marlon and Clackamas County Poultry Show to o held by the Marlon and Clackamas County Poultry Association at Hub bard on December 20, 21, 22. $100 Reward, $100. Th mdtn of thti nanr will h ntrawd in Imm thai llMrs I kt Inul fMio ilrr(l-l fllnt-am Hut m-bric tu t-rtl hle tu rurn In ill Us fluui-a. anil Out! ta Catarrh. lUII'a Catarrh fur la Ih only inmKIvw cure ouw known lu tna mrrilral fratrmltr- Catarrh tp-lntf a (vmatltuuonnl (ll-aw, rrqulrra a ftniMIIU tlimal treatment. Ilnll'a Catarrh t-tirr la taki-n ht Umally, acting dlrrrtiy utm Mm blood atul miioma aurfarra of Hi ayafm. thereby ih-alruylfif the frmmlatlon of the tllaeaae, arid alvttiK the jnlletit RtrenKth hy building up the ounatltutUHi and aimtat tnff nature In dolriK Ita vnrk. The prnprlelfira have rotieh raltn in Ita curative Dowera that they nnr Ona Hundred Ixalnra for any rnaa that It falla to cure. Send fur lint of temlmunlala. Addreaa V. 1. ( MKS'KV CO.. Toledo, O. Hold hy all Umnlnln. TSe. Taaa Hall I family I'llla fur cvnitlpalloa. 8on la Born. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bnars, of Kansas City, are the proud possessors of a 9 pound hoy baby, born last week.' GIVING OUT. The Struggle Discourages Many a Clt- l7n of Oregon City. Around all day with an aching back; Can't rest at night; Enough to make any one "give out." Doan's Kidney Pills will give re newed llfo. They will euro the buchncho; Cure every kidney 111. Here Is Oregon City proof that this Is so: Joseph McDormott, Washington St., Oregon City, Ore., says; "I was in bnd shnpe with kidney and bladder com plaint. My back was so lume and stiff that I could hnrdly got about and It was all I could do to dress myself on arising In the morning. The kid ney secretions were scant and the passages were too frequent. After Inking the contents at a few boxes of Doan's Kidney Pills, I was restored to good health. During the past two years I have had no cuuse for complaint." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 New York, solo agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and If you ni'tt suffering from bilious liens, constipation, Inillgoalliiu, chron ic headache, Invest one cent In a post al curd, send It) Chamberlain Medi cine Co., lies Mollies, Iowa, with your name and address plainly on Ihn back, and they will forward you fron sam ple of tiinniberlnln's Hlmnatii ami IJvor Tablets. Hold by all doulors PRINOWATER, lleuullful weather tho unit fu- d iv. Is hailed with Joy by tho tnnny farm ers, especially those who still have spuus 10 tllg. Iliilldlng boom la Hint on In Sandy. Mrs. linger has completed R residence on Mt. Hood avenue. P. T. Shelley Is also erecting a hundsttmo bungalow and will nlso erect a business build ing on Main street. P. It. Melnlg Is making arrange, mollis to erect a big now store build ing mid move tho old store building down on Main street. nrwoou i.niniMT t'o. has sold out t ltl.,,t, e. ,,, . N inii, iiiu wm ni tmeo start the big mill at his fullest rapaci ty. All other mills are running full neck o' the woods. The Mt. Homl Hallway Co. Is plank ing tl road from Handy across the riter to tho ixiwor house site as the Immense trifle over the roads makes them almost Impnssnhlo. When com pleto the groat amount of freight for tho company will lie hauled over It. Work of grading and laying mils to llnllrun power house site Is irnlmr on day and night and soon perhaps by Fob. l-tho construction train will run to die power house site. Cue of the host thlm-s il.m.i In . for many a day by its cltUens was to build sidewalks, which Is now .lni on ami makes things look good to rtamiy. with six ftn.t sidewalk and crosswalks on both sides of Main street. miiigren ft Davos liavo ih.,lr building up and finished and I,. v. put In a first class supply of confer- turnery una sort drinks, also pool tab les In connection. Keller Bros, have opened un a res. laiirant and am doing a good business. K. Shrlber has sold his two lots an,! hoiisu on Mt. Hood avenue In 1 T. Sherwood, who will soon make his home here. Otto Melnlg tins laid out s Ira.-t of land Into town lots and has almmlv sold a good many to people who will j it I HI at once. Allxm Melnlg tins purchased the Bacon Bros, saw mill anil will move It to Salmon river to saw for local trade, Loo. ketch, who lately nun hosed the Douglas store, Is making great Improvements nml la putting In a stock of good etpial to the best. Geo. Ketch's store was robbed by some unknown robbers; I hey gained entrance by taking out the panel of a side tloor and took about $10 worth of Jewelry and other goods. R. E. t arr Is making extensive Im provements on his truct and will prob ably build In the near future. Handy Grange, at flielr last meet ing, elected A. C, Thomas, master: M. V. Thomas, overseer; James Boll. secretary; B. Jtmarod, treasurer; Mrs. A. Malar, lecturer; Jon Albel, steward. These now officers will bo Installed he second Saturday In January, I. O. O. F. elected the following officers: Noble grand, Clem Bnrtsrh; vice grnnd, A. C. Bnuinbeck; secro- Next Saturday evening a Chrlnb mns program will bo given nt the Grunge Hall. Tho children !' giv ing their time mid Inking grcnt Inter est In the ricrclnos, tmislrj and reel tat Ions. Evory olio bo sure and como, for loiiioniher, Christum coin.- but once a year; also aomn apodal tuiialo will bo given by the Horner brother from liodgo. It Is nil worth hearing, School wa (ttntnlHH.il Tuesday tin nci-ount of tho teachers' Institute, anil will not bo railed again till January second. Are you coming to tho watch party nt the parsonage the Inst of the your? Gerald Wilcox, who bus boon at tending tho Agricultural College at Corvnlll. relumed home fur tho holi day vacation last Wcinoday. Talk ntsiut the hllrartl hack East! Why-here In Hpiingwittor you run look nround ami sou people working with their ronts off. Why Isn't this worth policing? Spiitigwnter now ha a travelling llhrry at Dr .Wallen', Thl show at least some "people hole resemble Abraham IJiictiltt. Why: Became they love lo spend their evening with tho best of friends -"hook. A sprained ankle will usually dis able the Injured person three or four week. Thl I duo to lni-k of proper treatment. When Chamberlain's Liniment I applied a ruro may be ef fected In three or four daya, Thl lltilitiotit la one of tho bent and IiumI remarkable preparation In u. Hold by all dealer. EAGLE CREEK. Mrs. It. B. Gibson nml MUs Rota MiN-hnl.e spent n plcumilit evntlui with Mr. Junes and family last Tues day. Mrs. Cahlll returned homo from the hospital last Thursday. She I net ting along fine, though still somewhat weak. Engle Creek OratiK" held l' regu lar meeting Inst Saturday, thorn being about 28 member present. The offi cer for tho following year wore elect ed James Bell, secretary of the Handy Grange, was an Engle Creek Granite visitor Saturday. J. p. Woodlo wa calling nt the home of Mr. Ilowlelt the latter part of last work. Mr. and Mrs. Chsrlo Murphy and Mr. and Mr. Bay Woodlo wore K lunula visitor Saturday, Eagle Creek tlrnnge I having the hall papered, which will much Im prove it appearance. Victor Berg, who moved away from the iiolghlsirhtHHl some time as", wa soon up (hi way ona day lnl week. We hear that he I thinking of mov ing back on hi farm, Carl Douglass, hi sitter. Mis Ulna, and Miss Modi Murphy made trip to Estacsda Saturday. A Merry Christina and llnppy New Year to all. A Woman's Great Idea I how to make herself attractive. Hut without health, it I hard for her to he lovely In face, form or temper, A weak, sickly woman will be nervous and Irritable. Constipation and Kid ney poisons show In pimple, Motrin), skin eruption and a wretched com plexion. But Electric Hitter always prove a godsend to women who want regulato Htomach, Liver and Kidneys, purify the blood; give strong nerves, bright eyes, pure breath, smooth, vel vety skin, lovtdy complexion, risk! health. 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