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OREGON CITY ENTERPRISE, FRIDAY, DECKMHKU 30, 1010.
CANBY AND SOUTHERN CLACKAMAS
Robert Britt, who baa been spend
ing Ohrlstmns In Canby, returned to
Portland on Tuesday to remain for a
81m Undsey, after spending the
week with his wife at Salem, returned
to Cnnhy on Friday. Mrs. Llndsey
will remain in Salem for the present.
Mr. end Mrs. J. C. Paddock spent
Christmas with the former's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Paddock, of Glad
atone. M. J. Lee went to Portland on busi
Miss Ora Lee left on Tuesday after
noon's train for Portland, where she
will spend the week end with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Wang and family
spent Christmas at Willamette, the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Gary.
Miss Verna Robinson, a student of
the High School of Portland, is spend
ing the holidays with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. D. Robinson.
Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Clark, of Rose
burg, are spending the holidays with
the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam Knight and other relatives.
Roland Porter spent Saturday and
Sunday with friends In Portland.
Miss Edith Krueger, teacher In the
Seattle schools, arrived in Canby on
Saturday evening to visit with her sis
ter, Mrs. J. C. Kaupisch. She will
leave Saturday evening to again take
up her duties.
Mr. and Mrs. Halsey Phelps, of
Portland, are visiting with relatives
here this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bowman, of
Sol wood, who have been the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thomas this
week, returned to their .home on Tues
Mr. and . Mrs. Willard Knight, of
Woodburn, are visiting relatives in
Canby this week.
Henry Summerfield, of Canada, has
arrived In this city for a visit with
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Coe spent Christ
mas with their son, Robert Coe, and
family, of Portland. Mr. Coe returned
home the first of the week, but his
wife returned later.
Mr. and Mrs. George Martin and
two children, who have been visiting
with relatives In this city, having
come here to spend Christmas, left
for their home in McMinnville Mon
J. L. Graham, who has been very
ill for the phst two weeks, has Im
proved, and is now able to be at his
Charles Carlson, of Seattle, Wash.,
was in Canby Tuesday.
James Adkins. of Adkins Mill, was
transacting business in Canby Tues
day. H. H. Eccles spent Christmas with
friends in Portland. He also left on
Tuesday evening for Portland, where
he went on business.
John Samuelson has purchased lots
1 and 2 of block 1. Roth's Addition to
Canby for $350. This deal was made
by the Canby Real Land Company.
This is one of the most desirable
residence sections in the city of Can
by, and during the past few months
many lots have been sold by this
L. Ij. Tuft arrived In Canby on Fri
day from Hawley, Minn., and will be
connected with his father, I H. Tuft
in watch repairing and jewelry busi
ness. Mr. Tuft is pleased with Ore
gon, as the people in Hawley are ex
periencing cold weather, 20 degrees
below zero before Christmas, while
here the nasturtiums and roses are
blooming in the gardens.
Dr. Murdy spent Christmas in Port-1
land, returning on Monday.
Mrs. W. A. Foster, of Portland, who
has been the guest of her mother, Mrs.
K. llolzmun, of this city, returned to
her home Sunday evening.
U H. Tuft, who has been ill for
several days is improving. During
his absence his roii, L .L. Tuft, has
charge of the work.
The Installment of graniteware that
was intended for the Holiday trade,
arrived this week at the Sandsnesa,
Son Company's store. This Is a
complete line, and Is of the This
tle and Shamrock ware.
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Vaughn n and two
children were Oregon City visitors
N. S. Young went to Portland on
business last Wednesday, returning
the following day,
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Kaupisch and
two children. Miss Minnie and James,
went to Portland on Saturday, spend
ing Christmas with the formers'
daughter, Mrs. J. R. Coopev, and fam
ily. Miss Alma Eckerson, who is taking
up the study of stenography In Port
land, spent Christmas at her home
Mrs. Hanna S. Tlce, of Adkins Mill,
is visiting her daughter, Mrs. H. A.
Miss Hattie Hutchinson of Portland,
spent Christmas at her home In Can-
by and was accompanied to Portland
by her sister. Miss Edna, who is
spending the week In that city.
C. F .Romig. who has been clerking
In the Gordon Bros." store during the
holiday rush, has again taken up his
real estate business. Mr. Romig has
accepted the agency of the county for
the Home Vacuum cleaner, and will
appoint his sub-agents.
A. H. Lee, who has been 111 for the
past week, is improving.
Mrs. George Knight has returned
to her home in Portland, after visiting
at the home of Mr. aud Mrs. W. H.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Evans and
daughter. Violet, have been visiting
with re'atives in this city.
A. Kocher went to Portland on busi
Mr. and Mrs. George Zeek; of Hub
bard. Elmer Zeek, of Prineville, Ore
gon, Mr. and Mrs. John Robinson and
two children, of St. Johns, spent
Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. John
Zeek. of this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Oglesby were
guests of the latter's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Chris Hardesty, on Christmas.
Mrs. A. J. Knight and two daugh
ters, of The Dalles, spent Christmas
with relatives In this city.
Mr.. and Mrs. Charles Bates, who
have been making their home at Hood
River, have arrived in Canby and are
visiting with the former's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Bates. Mr. and Mrs.
Bates are on their way to California,
where they are to make their future
Born, December 23, an eight pound
son to the wife of Alvin Phelps.
Claud Hougham, after a visit with
relatives at Vancouver, Wash., has
returned to his home in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Saunders, of
Fargo, Oregon, have been the guests
during the week of Mr. and Mrs. C.
C. Sannes. Mr. Saunders is In busi
ness in Fargo.
Otis Nelson, of Portland, was visit
ing friends in this city on Saturday
Sam Lowry, of Woodburn, accom
panied by his children, has been visit
ing with his mother, Mrs. Lowry. Mr.
Lowry visited in Portland before re
turning to Woodburn.
J. J. Sandsness went to Portland
on business Tuesday, purchasing new
goods for his hardware and farming
Maud iJigeson, of Oregon City, Is
visiting her aunt, Mrs. W, J, Gordon.
Mrs. V. J. Gordon and family spout
Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Wells, of Oregon City. Mrs. Gordon
returned to hor home on Tuesday
William Lnoke's office Is ornament
ed with a doer head, ring tail cat and
gray squirrel, beautifully mounted by
Uov Mondue, who hits proved to be
mals that are adorning Mr. Locke's
office were killed by himself while on
a trip to Southern Oregon during the
summer, and are attracting no little
Family Reunions Are Held.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lee entertained
at Christmas dinner on Sunday the
following: Mr. and Mrs. H. Gllmore
and family, Mr. and Mrs. William
Rider and family, Mr. and Mrs. War
ren IOe and family. The le home
was prettily decorated for this oc
casion and a most enjoyable day was
spent by those who were present.
Mr. and Mrs. Kesselrlng entertained
16 relatives at dinner at their home
In this city on Christmas Day. One
of the features of the afternoon was
the distribution of the Christmas gifts
from A tree. Those attending this
pleasant affair were Mr. and Mrs. Al
bert Gribble and 10 children, Mr. and
Mrs. John Jesse and son, Avon, Allan
Gribble and Miss Gearhart, the two
latter of Portland.
A family gathering was held at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. 1 Graham
on Christmas Day, the Christmas tree
being held the evening previous. Their
guests wero Mr. and Mrs. George Mar
tin and two children, of McMinnville,
Jesse Martin, of McMinnville, Mr. and
Mrs. O. R. Mack and two children.
Mrs. M. J. Martin.
M. E. Church Has Christmas Exor
cises. The Methodist church was filled to
its capacity Saturday night with an
appreciative audience to listen to the
excellent musical and literary pro
gramme given by the Sunlay school
pupils under the direction of the
teachers. The church was appropri
ately decorated for the occasion
Mrs. C. F. Romig being chairman of
the decoration committee, and she
was assisted by Mrs. C. L .Creesy and
Miss Rupp and several of the boys,
members of the Sunday school. A,
J. Burdette played the part of Santa
Clans, and the children were delight:
ed when he made his appearance.
Gifts were distributed from the pret
tily decorated tree.
Christmas at Norwegian Church.
Christmas exercises were held in
the Norwegian church on Saturday
evening. A special musical pro
gramme was given.
On Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock
services were held in the City Hall
by Rev. Rosing. This frvice was in
charge of the Norwegian Synod of
Barlow, and many from that city attended.
Dance Enjoyable Affair.
. The dancing party given on Christ
mas Eve under the auspices of the
Canby Band was a most enjoyable af
fair. The hall was comfortably filled
with the merry dancers, who enjoyed
the excellent music furnished by the
Canby Band. Oregon City, Barlow
and Aurora were represented. Many
of the young people of this city are
planning to attend the ball to be giv
en by the Aurora Band at Aurora on
New Years Eve. There is no doubt
but that the New Year will be given
a eordlnl greeting by those nttendlu
i no anair.
Cobb A Dillingham to Build
Cobb & Dillingham, proprietors of
the Dig Six Department store of this
city, have purchased from M. J. Uo
the comer lot adjoining the proper!
of Mrs. Knight. These men are I
build a concrete structure, which will
bo 100x100 feet, and will he of tv
stories, the lower floor of which will
be occupied hy Cobb & Dillingham
who are to enlarge their stock.
This will be the second conerot
business house In the city, and the
only one of which is of two atorle
The Bank building, which Is of con
i creto. has only one story. It will not
be many years to come but Canby
win have its share of sky scrapers.
During the pas! year this city has
eujoyod a building lKom, when some
of the most attractive homes in the
county have been built. Many have
come hero front the Eastern states to
make their homes on farms. Canby
can well bo classed as one of the com
Ing cities of the Northwest, There Is
from this place north of Salem. Some
of tho finest berries, asparagus, an-
rhubarb are raised here, and for which
there Is always a ready market. The
year of 1910 has been a good and pro
perous year for Canby, one of the gar.
den sH)ts of Oregon.
Fred Brooker Writes Witty Artlclt.
One of the Interesting articles writ
ten for the Christmas number of the
Rural Spirit published In Portland,
Is the work of Fred Brooker, well
knowu to many of tho horsemen of
this city as well of the county. The
title of the article Is "Forty Years In
the Horse Business and Still Foolish.'
This has been rend with Interest by
many of tho people of this city. It
Is full of humor, as well as of pathos,
and the writer la-deserving of much
credit, the only regret wns that this
was not as lengthy as It should have
been. Mr. Brooker speaks of many of
the horses ho has owned and the man
ner In which he obtained them. He
has experienced many trying ordeals,
but has always kept up and come out
ahead after all. During tho rare
meet held on tM Clackamas County
Fair race track and which was held
by Sim Undsey, one of the best
horsemen In the state. Mr. Brooker
acted as starting judge. He is the
owner of Bonnie Antrim, one of the
best three-quarter mile horses in tho
state. This horse was brought hero
for the races on that date. The horse
was In charge of .Mr. Sawyer, of Portland.
With every purchase of Electric
Cooking Utensils made be
tween Dec. 27, 1910, and
Jan. 15, 191 1, we will
present, FREE, one
Electric Cook Book.
See the New Electric
Alder Street, at Seventh
Will Build Tabernacle.
The tabernnclo. the dimensions of
which will be 40xi feet, will bo built
on the lot onposlte the City Hotel.
The construction of this structure
will be started this week, and Is un
der the supervision of Frank E.
Dodge, the lumber of which Is being
brought here from the Adkins Lumber
I'nlon Evangelistic meetings will be
held In Canby during the month of
January. Several churches of the
city have united and have extended
nn Invitation to Robert E. Johnston
and assistants of Minneapolis, Minn
to conduct the meetings. Services
will be conducted nt 7:30 p. m. and
special meetings on Sunday after
noons for men only. Special young
people's meetings, women's meetings
will be held during the month.
Rev. Johnston comes here highly
recommended by the noted evangel
ists of the day. Dr. William Chip
man says he has ben associated with
this man In evangelistic campaigns In
different cities and towns, nnd con
siders him one of tho snuest and
safest evangelists in the country, and
is in every way worthy of the confi
dence of the Christian people wltn
whom he labors.
Evangelist R. A. Torrey, D. D says:
"I have known Rev. Robert E. John
ston for several yenrs, personally, and
hold him In the hlghost regard. Rov
Johnston has been successful In all
his meetings held In many states In
the middle and Northwest."
Music will be furnished by a grand
chorus choir under the direction of a
special musician. Everyone is given
a cordial welcome to these Bervlces.
The meetings will commence on Jnn
uary 1 and continue until February 1.
Perry Carter Cartoonist Here.
Perry Carter, cartoonist, accompan
led by his wife, Mrs. Carter, an a&
compllshed soprano soloist, enter
tained the apreclative audience that
assembled In the City Hall on Thurs.
day night. This was th last of the
series of entertainments given by the
Lyceum Course, and was one of the
best entertainments given here.
Stores Close on Monday.
The merchants of this city did a
rushing business during the week pre
vious to Christmas. There was never
a better assortment of Christmas
goods in Canby than this year, and
the people here were not obliged to
leave the city to do tnetr innsi
mas shopping. During the paBt
year there has been added to Canby
two department stores, and the other
merchants, who have carried noimay
goods the years previous, state that
their business was 'even better, and
these two department stores did a
tremendous business. Christmas trees
were held In several of the churches
and there were many family reunions
to cheer the Christmas tide.
On Monday the merchants closed
the stores, some part of the day, while
others closed nil day. This gave to
the tired empleyes a chance to rest
from the holiday rush and well did
they earn their vacation. Most of the
merchants presented their employes
Canby Market Report.
The following quotations are given
by Gordon Bros. Co.
Eggs 45c a dozen.
Butter 6570c roll.
Poultry Hens, MVic; springs, 14c;
old roosters, 12c; ducks, 18c; geese,
12V&C-; turkeys, 20c; young roosters,
Mohair, 30c. Wool, per pound, 17c.
Veal CO to 100 lbs., 12c; 100 to
130 lbs., 11c; 130 to 165 lbs., S&WiC-
Pork Blockers, 11c; 1C0 to 225
lbs., 10c; 225 to 350 lbs., 8'4c.
Hides Green, Co; salted, 7c.
Cabbage, per 100 lbs., II; potatoes,
per 100 lbs., $1.25.
Oafs, per ton, $27.50.
V,veat, per bushel, $1.
0- hay, $13.50; clover hay, $U;
timothy, $1G. .
Honey, per lb, 15c.
Bacon, per lb., 22c; ham, per lb.,
Chlttlm bark, 4e per lb.
Beans Small white, 6c per lb;
large white. 6c per lb.
Golden Loaf flour $1.35; Supreme spe
cial hard wheat, $1.25; bluestem flour,
Beets, per sack, $1.35.
Sweet potatoes, 5c lb.
Onions, per cwt., $1.00.
Christmas Kvo was appronrlatoly
observed In the hall with an excellent
program and a flue tree. All were
generously remembered by Old Sunlit.
Mr. nnd Mrs, Harvey wero guests
Christmas day of the former's sinter,
Mrs, Smith, of Mullno. Mrs. Harvey
will remain for a week's visit,
A. W. Dodd, Mr. nnd Mrs. Curtis
Itodd, Alfred Dodd nnd Miss McDon
ald spent Christmas day with rela
tives In Canby,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Melndl aud
sons, of Portland, urn spending the
week with Mrs, Melndl's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. uinelle.
I). U Boylnn and family were din
ner guests on Christmas of Mr. and
Mrs. Henderson, of Klyvlllo.
Mr. mid Mrs. McCotd entertained
a few young people at a 6 o'clock din
ner Sunday as n farewell for their
daughter. Ethel, who lefl Monday for
an extended visit with her sister, Mrs.
Uall, of San PrunclHco.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Black hnve relatives
of Portland with them this week,
Mr, and Mrs. Geo. Schrolmor spent
few days in Canby, guests of tno
hitter's brother, Sam Hess.
Elmer Yetlo, of New Era, Is doing
some carpenter work for Geo. Lnr.cllo.
We want to call the attention of the
members of Warner Grnngo that next
Saturday will be an important day, ns
tho election of officers for tho coming
year will take place. Bo sure to be
Twilight Ubrary Society Is making
plans to hnve a basket social in the
It Is with some sorrow we write
that Adolph Joehnko has been taken
o a hospital In Portland for treat
ment and ho Is very low,
CHRISTMAS IN THE
EFFORTS MADE TO AID THE LIT
TLE .FOLKS IN HAVINQ A
A Dreadful Wound
from a knife, gun, tin can, rusty nail
fireworks, or of any other nature, de
mands prompt treatment with Buck-
Ion's Arnica Salve to prevent blood
poison or gnngrene. It s the qnlek
est, surest healer for all such wounds
as also for Burns, Bolls, Sores, Skin
Eruptions, Ecxemn, Chapped Hands
orns or Piles. 25c at Jones Drug Co,
Mrs. Scrogslns, of Portland, who
as visiting her sister. Mrs. Andrus,
:tst week left on Wednesday for Eu
gene to visit during tho holidays.
Mr. Parmenter wss visiting In Ore
gon Cl'v on Wednesday.
Bryan Walker, of Portland, is visit
ng with Willard Ingram tins ween
Wood In Andrews, . who works in
ollwood, was homo for the holidays.
Miss Hattie Irwin, who has Iteen In
Portland for a couple of weeks, has
PEOPLE WANT BRIDGE
CITIZENS OF BUTTEVILLE AND
VICINITY SAY THEY ARE TAXED
HEAVILY AND WANT IM-PROVEMENT.
Peoplo In tho southern part of
Clackamas county nre Interested In
tho building of a bridge across tho
Willamette River at Uultevlllo, -and
are pleased to read anything and
everything tending to push along that
proposition. Tho following loiter
enme to hand Friday and In tho Inter
est of greater publicity we gludly glvo
. "Yon will kindly allow us a fow
more moments of your tlmo In the
consideration of a bridge across tno
Wlllnmette Rlvor at Buttovllle, which
as we Informed you before is midway
between Snlora and Oregon City, a
distance of over fifty miles and no
brldce. We. the farmers along the
river, feel that we are deserving of
this bridge; we hnve been paying tax
es and receiving no roturns for our
money thes0 many yenrs, as we tiro
at the most remote end of the threo
counties and we are sorry to say have
been neglected; but if we can only
have the bridge It will bo the greatest
Improvement for us who live nnd farm
along this river as It is so Inconven
ient and nt times impossible to cross
on the ferries..
We. the farmers, have formed the
Trl-County Push Club, and we have
a very lurgo membership. Pleaso help
us to carry this bridge proposition to
a successrui conclusion.
WILL E. PURDY,
President Trl-County Push Club."
At the Congregational church Fr
day ovoulng there was a program of
music and recitations. A special f
tore was "Bird's Christmas Carol,
given by Margaret Clark with a tl in
matin representation of It In a series
of tableaux by the Beta class. Mrs,
Eva Vnmry Dye riivo' a tiiUt on the
Christmas customs In the Hlwnllan
Islands, from which country she has
Just returned, that proved both Inter"
esting nnd Instructive. Gifts for tit
IHMir wore brought In by the school
nnd tho Brotherhood. Tho event
proved a very pleasant occasion fin
the little folks.
Tho cantata "How We Waited for
Santa Clans" wus creditably given
Friday night by tho Parkpbtco Sunday
school In the assembly room of the
I'arkplnce high school Imlldlng The
auditorium wns filled to Its enpnclty
and credit is due those taking par
and those who had charge of tho af
fair. The room was artistically and
appropriately decorated with ever
greens nnd Christmas bells.
The Sisters of tho St. Agnes Baby
Home gave the youngsters of that In
stitution a treat Sunday afternoon
A program was arranged by the sis
ters In charge, and one of the fea
tures of tho afternoon wns a Christ
mas tree, and the children were pre
sented with little gifts.
An expectant throng visited tho
Baptist c-horrh Sunday morning and
veiling to listen to the specially pre
pared program, consisting largely of
appropriate music. The Christmas
exercises proper of the Baptist Sun
day school was given Monday even
ing, at which time the little folks wore
remembered and all given an oppor
tunity to make glad tho hearts of
worthy poor hy gifts brought at thai
time or sent in in tho afternoon and
distributed at the evening gat her Ing.
The Presbyterian school gnre a
very entertaining aud Instructive pro
gram Sunday evening, consisting of
song and recitation, with special
Christinas exorcises lutersixirsed.
There wns a largo attendance nnd
Tho Methodist people are preparing
to especially mnko Interesting the
New Yeur's occasion, next Sunday
Services of sHclul Interest wero held
last Sunday, however, nt which time
tho pastor, Rev. Zimmerman, gave
carefully prepared addresses on time
ly topic, and the choir nnd friends
gave a number or mustrni selections
of more than usual Interest to the
largo Htidleiico present.
Members of Cataract Uulgo,
Knights of Pythias, and of tho Pyth
ian Sisters and their families enjoyed
a Christmas celebration Monday night
In Woodmen of the World hall. Tho
big tno made a bravo appearance
and there wns nn entertainment and
bnmjUKt, followed by dancing. The af
fair was pleasing and was well attended.
Christmas exorcises were enjoyed
Monday night at the First Baptist
church with a progrnmmo of songs,
recitations nnd a drama In throe parts,
illustrating the extremes of wealth
and poverty. Tho Inst scene wns one
of Thanksgiving, tenchlug that Christ
mas Is for giving, ns well ns receiving.
Stockings were hung up about tho
church and $18.23 wss placed In
them. Other gifts wore received and
distributed nmung the poor peoplo of
Oregon City. Refreshments wore
served aud a social tlmo ended tho
program me. Thero wus a largo crowd
Christmas at Christian Chiirch.
The Christmas exercises hold nt
tho Christian church on Friday night
wero largely attended. Santa Clsus
was present and distributed gifts from
n beautifully decorated tree. The fol
lowing excellent programme wus given;
Organ Voluntary. "Song of Joy,"
choir; "In tho Molds With Their
Flocks, choir; Scrlpturo Reading
nnd Prayer; "No Room In the Inn,"
choir; recitation, "Welcome," Arthur
Dlckmnn; recitation, Lolota Hornlg;
song, "Merry Xmas to All, class of
girls; recitation, Llttlo Lloyd Kendall;
ecltatlon, "The Llttlo Boy Santa For
got," Ella Earls; recitation, "Utile
Jlmmlo," Ava Wlglo; song, "Christ
inas Is a Happy Day," girls class;
OFFICER FOR HILL SECTION.
Brownell Thinks Recent .History Con
firms His Recommendations.
The Incidents of the past few days,
embracing tho blowing of the safe
in tne store of L. Adams and the as
sault on Mrs. Nelson by nn Austrlun,
gives emphasis to the claim of Mayor
elect Brownell that nn officer Is need
ed on tho hill. The robbery of I
Adams' safe occurred in the early
morning, after the officers had gone
to the hill section of the city. The
assault on Mrs, Nelson was made on
the hill and away from the heats of
the downtown police and wlthdut the
hearing of the police in case of tho
usual outcry of a person In distress.
When Mayor Brownell s attention
was called to the matter he said It
was easy to see that his Judgment
In the matter was confirmed by the
occurrences In question. Taxpayers
in general are expressing themselves
as of opinion that the city has grown
to dimensions that warrants the ad
recital Ion, Uila (Inston; recital ion,
"Making Christmas Presents," Dur
um Haines: solo, Mr. Avon Jesse;
fei'llmlon, Francis lilllard; exurulsn,
"Tho Heart of t'hilstmiiHlldo," six
boys; song, "Jesus and Hhnll It ICvur
Be," choir; leellutlon, "Knnln's Holm
deer Sli'lgh." Florence Knitter; ruclln.
Ion, "The Way to Be Happy," Karl
Mack; recitation, "Do You KnowT"
Bessie Alford: song, "The Baby
Christ," Little Ilia Hutchlusoii; recita
tion, "If I Were Hiinla Clans," Maud
llealty; recitation, "Two Little Stock
ings," Kiiiiiiii Colby; duct, "The Hong
at ChrlstmiiNtldn," Daphne IIIshoII and
Maud Beatty; reading, "The Christ
tuns Home Coining," Mrs. DourIiis:
pantomliie, Twenty-third Psalm, sev
en girls; song, "Angel Chorus," choir;
iiisirimiiion or presents mid treat:
benediction, Hutiday School superlli.
Clermont School Enjoys Christmas.
Clermont school, two miles east on
tho Molnlln pike, closed for the Christ"
mas holidays with a musical and lit"
entry entertainment, Friday night.
Tho program was mostly by tho IHUn
folks, but tno dialogue, "The Hlileklo
Family." wns hy adults, with Mrs.
Sutherland playing tho part of Mrs.
Snlckle. There was a large crowd iw
attendance, There wore present fur
all tho llttlo folks by tho teacher. Miss
Family Reunion Christmas Day.
Mr. and Mrs. floorgo A, lllckle, of
Mount Pleasant, bud a fumlly reunion
on Christ mas Day, when their child-
en and grandchildren were present
o Join the festivities. The holiday
decorations were especially attract
ive. The three daughters of Mr. and
Mrs. lllckle, with their husbands and
children, mndo up the following party:
Mr, and Mrs, A. u luster and son
Merle, Mr. aud Mrs. Fred Humbert,
and Mr. aud Mrs T. W. Ross and
daughter Marclu Helon.
Revival Mtttlngs at Gladstone.
Evangelist Gregg, assisted by
Messrs. Wright and Melton, of Port
land, began a series of meetings a!
tho Christian church of Gladstone
Monday flight. Once or twice a week
luiilein slhkes will be used II Illus
trate lectures nnd moving pictures
will bo shown. The pastor, Uov, A.
II. Mulkey, slates tho medium prom
ise to bo helpful lit many ways.
Dedicated to Publlo Use, With It Six
A hnmlsomo new drinking fountain
ns been erected and dedicated to thii
use of the public nt tho filler plant
of tho Oregon City water works. The
iiiutnlu stands In a hollow square
near tho main building at the filter
hint, nnd Just off Mnln street but
nndy to pedestrians who are at hirst.
At the top of a handsome shaft Is an
electric tight globe, which will shine
forth In nil Us glory on dsrk nights
to guide weary, thirsty and fool-soro
pedestrians to a source from which
jno'a thirst may be quenched. Ar-
vlug at the fountain one will find
our "geyser" drinking cups spouting
rth cool streams of "Adam's Alo,"
here one may drink to his ssllsfac-'
Ion without danger of contninlnntlnu
from tho lips of unclean meu. It Is
very pretty fountain and wo hope
may prove as broad In Its utility as
Is handsomn In Itiv workmanship.
8uti Southern Pacific
The suit of Dick Meyer agnlnst tho
Southern Pacific Co. for $10.no0 dam
ages has been transferred from tho
Ircult Court of Clackamas county to
the Culled States Court at Portland.
Meyer claims to hnve been perma
nently Injured by being run down hy
rnllroad velocipede on tho main
track of the Southern Pacific In the
north end of Oregon City.
What a Great Man Said to the Great
Pnrislan Sago Is a discovery mf a
celebrated scientist, who spent tho
est yenrs of his II fo perfecting this
great hair tonic.
In giving his recipe to tho Amer
ican peoplo ho said: "Pnrislan Sago Is
ho most delightful hair dressing In
ho world. It cures dandruff by kill
ing the germs t hut Infest tho roots (if
tho hair: It stops fulling hair; It gives
Igor and strength to the hair roots.
luntley Bros. Co. sells Pnrislan Sago
50 cents a largo tvittle and guaran
tees It to do all that la claimed for It,
your money Is refunded. It stops
falling hair, dandruff and Itching
scnlp In two weeks,
$1.55 PER SACK AT ALL GROCERS.
D. C. LATOUtlETTIC President.
F. X MEYER, Cashier
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
of OREGON CITY , OREGON
I CAPITAL, $50,000,00.
Transact a 6nrai Banking Business.
Open from 9 A. M. to 3 P. M
WANT LAND BACK.
Allege Failure to Fulfill Contract in
August and Roglna Merger have In
stituted suit against George B. and
Harry W. Preston to recover posses
sion of a piece of land In the Philip
Foster donation land claim. Two
years ago, It Is alleged, the Prestons
agreed to purchase the property for
$12,812.50, and have defaulted on the
Interest on deferred payments, have
neglected to pay the taxes and have,
failed to comply with any of the pro
visions of the agreement originally
made. Besides the possession of the
property, Mr. and Mrs. Horgei ask
for damages in the sum of $500. Their
attorneys are Dlmlck & Dimlck.
Office Both Pbonei 22
Rosldence Phone Main 2624
Pioneer Transfer Co.
Established 1865 Sucessor to C. N. Greenman
' FURNITURE, SAFES AND PIANOS MOVED BY EXPERIENCED
HELP. PROMPT AND RELIABLE SERVICE.
SAND, GRAVEL AND BRICK
Rates Reasonable, Baggage Stored 3 Days Free ot Charge
Agency for the celebrated MT. HOOD BEER
Careful of Your Property
One of the secrets of our success
in the Baggage and Transfer Business
Safes, Pianos and Furniture Moving
Williams Bros. Transfer Co.
Phones, Office 1121, Residence 1833 525 Main Street