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OREGON CITY ENTKItPJtME, FIJI DAY, FEBIIUARY 3, 1911.
Milwaukee and Northwestern Clackamas
'I'lic Mllwnulilii Giiiiiko In. Id IIh regit
Inr nil day tuiMillliu HiiMinliiy, ,11111111117
SI, with mvoriil mouilu'i ini'Htiiit, A
film illniii'i" was spreml u( Lee
(urn work In lliu uriiirniuiii with u tU
ciimiiIoii 1111 I ho iiiiiiiidmoiit (if Ihn City
Chillier. Tim election will I aim pturo
February ID, All proneiil fnvoiod tho
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 v 11 1 1 1 1 llllllll.
Net iiiotiili thii k 111 11 k will dUeusii
roses mill rutin cult urn.
Mm. Maggie. Johnson wait an (110
K"ii CMy vlalliir Tiii'Miliiy,
IClllllllt Itlllll'I'lH Willi llMH ItOOII Hlllll
Willi III" iiiiuiiiIim Ih Improving,
Three. kIiIh of Urn Knickerbocker
faiiilly urn down with Ih" scarlet fever.
MiirKitrnt HoliiiriN In nlmoiit from
School oil nrriiiint of sliimoHH,
Francis Johnson In confined m her
IllltllO Willi timllllltl.
Mm. (no. A ( wi 11 id mh linnii Hnrlnim
ly III lull In iiiui'h hull it nt I11 Mt ri'iiort.
Ili'iuy Phillips Ih mill ciiiifliu.il In
III" linnii.. Mm. I'lil I It jm Muted thin
nu n ii 1 1) it "In' wiih nfrnld uf piiitiimiinln
MulhrrH nml Tcuclinrit CI11I1 will
nil favor tlm Mnhirltey hill ami nru
aiuiou fill' II tu pas.
(in Ihn Mill uf February tlm Mil-
wiiniiin Ciiiiiinmcliil Club wTTT glvo ft
Women s Work Chili mot lit Ihn
In ' "f Mrs. MukxIii JnliiiHun Wed
nesday. Owing to Ihn hail weather
11 vnry miiiiiII iiiinilinr wnm present.
Kli'i'lloil of offleoiH resulted ns fol
io wh ; President, Miss Kiln Itiiwln;
vice president, Mm, Aililna I'uriilliiH;
Hocioliiry, Mm, H. V, dwelling; (reus.
UN'i-, Mm. A. I CiiHto. Next regular
molding Fohruuiy 8II1,
All InlercHlliig incclliig of tlm Moth
ers' nml Tmiclmm' Chili whs linhl
TliiirMiay"nrtnriioo;i, A good attend
lim n. A "hurl pr kih m wiih rendered
liy Ihn pupils of llm school. 'Ihn club
will give a piny llm middle of Fob-
1 inn y nun 1111 inn procmum win go to
Tlm I'ortliinil Turn Vereln will give
1111 nihil. tin mill. 1 111ln1111.nl nt ihn city
Hull Hiilnrihiy evening, February 4th.
Forty voices will ho hniinl In tho
chorus Tlm Turners nro k1 vlriK Urn
I'lilniliilniui'iit through tlin iiffortii of
Mayor Hlrnlh, nliKiilulnly froo for Ihn
Mayor it it d Mrs Klrnlli, Mm. Max
Kin JolitiHon nml MIhh I.. A I linn liltnml
r tlm Turners' witnrliilntiin'tit nt tliu
lolllg Hunter Monthly evening.
Kviingetlriil church, K. itudohniigh,
lliitilor. ICvhiikhIIniIi! services will
coiitliuin ovnr Hiinilny.
Tlm l)uy of I'raynr for missions will
Itn observed nnxt Sunday. Y. I', A.
nt 7 p. 111.
Service nt N p ni.
All lire wnlconm.
Itinnt TIiuihiIiiv nflnriiiMin nt llm m liool I ,Mfi f ()l0 tl,y (.t, MI( Ky
itotinn 111111 uini'iimi 11m gymnasium,
Tlm club presented II11) hoys Willi IH
linan bags. They liavn iurcllnNml a
punching linn nml fi 0 inn nml urn 1 111
proving tlm gymnasium llllln hy llllln,
Mr. Ilnff Inn l"t tlm nuitriict for n
flvn room houso In jv uihlltlon,
Tlm". l-'untu In building n liniino for
l'HlIn Hallow on llm river.
Ural i-Kliiln Ih looking up noverul
iitrlni it t o ItHikliiK for properly, Wn
Kin u bright fulnin for Mllwiitiklo.
Tlm Knight nml I milieu of Security
luive several nppllrntloli nml expect
to ln ItiKiniliiK In. font limit,
F, I.. Maple, Mm Miiiti nml two
daughter of H'illiiylili', spent Tucdny
nvt'iilnit with Mm. Kiln Mnpln, iiiotlinr
of F. K. Mnpln.
Tlm Cluirlrr AiiininltnontH nro In llm
prliilt-m' linmlH, nnij will hn inallnil
li'll llaVH Itnfnrii till' nlnctlmi, wlllrll
t:il,iH ilnco ('lirimry 13.
Tlm MHunuMit Cnnimnrclal Cluh hi"
unlit llmlr folilnm to tltn prnnH utnl n
pin I lo Iiuvp tlimii rnntty for illntrllni
Hon In n fnw ihiyi).
.Iii.Iko Ki'Ikh i..nl WnilncHilny In
I'orllaiiil oil nfflchil liiiHllicun.
TIioh Tnln w.ih nil Dnk (irovo vlnlt
or Wi'iliinmlay. Mr. Ton m in phtiuilnn
to mpnlr llm front of (). 'llm!nr'i
nlorn htillilliiK nml nliliiiKi' U10 nliow
w liitlnw n.
A frnn Inclinn will hn kImmi hy II
C .Ion. , of I'orihtml, on ititnilclpiil
KOVniiiiiiniit In tlm clly hull Krlilny rv
Wnl.lnr lit hi I101110 on Coiirlfmy
uvnmin, .liiiiiinry 20Hi, TIiono prnnnnl
with Knto nml Mary Hlnln, Kilmi
Hi huhurl, IIII1I11 Hlroiimr, ICIhIii Hknlly,
Jaiimn lli'fly, IrvliiK llaimoii, Alfred
I.IvIiikhIoii, Arlliur KiJilnflnr, Itolmrt
CtiiiKrlff nml Ktlwln Hchiilmrt.
Clirlxfluii UrollmrH Athletic Chili
I mi 111 ihifnnliiil tlm (ink (irov nonlor
nthlnllc chili tfiim Hntnrdiiy, .fitniinry
2H, III Crnnii'H hull, Kcora M Z'J.
(lah lirovti liuprovitinniit Ahhih-Iii-!
Hon will mnnt Knlirunry M In (irnnn'
linll. Toplcn for . iliciilon nti !
Kiinl'iilloii nml ruiiHtructlon of a fair 1
ItllllillllK. Hl'lliR your frlntidn.
Oak (irovn imtilor I111111 dcfcalnd tho
llawihoiiin AMilntlc Cluh (nam Mon
day nvniililK In Crnnn'H hall. Kcorn
Tlmrn wiih 11 laiKii niinnilmico nt
tlm Mpnclul mnnlliiK of tlm JniinhiKH
Coiiiiiiunlly ( hid on January
2-r. Th" nnw cluh had llm plniiMiir"
of Ihn p-cKi-ncn of four promlliniit
limn of tlm Ori'Kon Clly Coiiiinnrclnl
Cluh, who Kiivit I hnni KiicouriiKntiiniit
III Ihnlr nnw orK-inlzullon. 'I hn coin
liilttno of Ihn On-Kon City Cluh wiih
I'OIII pOHnll Of Ml'HHm. I Htll'P, 0. I-.
HdK"H, T. I'. Ilandiill nml Harry J)iti
Tlm following commit tni-H wnro np
pollitnil; for hotter trlnphoim Hnrvlcn,
J. A. .IoIiiihoii, II. ('. I'll I n 1 1 111 nml A.
V. Huhhi-II; clnctrlc llnhlH, . I). Nnw
nil, CIiiih. Undiiiond, A. (I. McKiirlaim;
fur liiiprovniimnt of nldnwnll(j(, MrniarH,
Cook, ItoHH nml AriiiHliiil; for linitnr
ilialniiKi', Mi-chih, (Inorun Hluivnr,
Tliounmoii nml Will Hohh, Much In-
tnrniit Ih hnlnu numlf'-Hfi-d hy Ml tlin
iiii-iiihcm, nml n nuiuhnr morn hIkiii-i!
llm nppllciiilon lilutikH for incmlmr-
Bhlp Tlin next llinclliiK will lie linlil
on WndiinKiluy, K'd runry 1, lit 7:.'I1.
Mm. llnvliiM, of Willntnntln, wuh tt
vlHlior nt tlm II. C. I'liliiton hoinn on
Krhlny nml Hiilurdny of hint week.
MIhh Cnrrln Kcrlpture Hpmil IuhI
wenk with Mr. nml Mm HIIiih Hcrlp-
lurn In (imnon City.
A wnddliiK of Homo Inlnrnat to
lilK" FoIIih wiih llmt of Itohnrt J.
HlnlnhniiH nml MIsm Innji U Crnvattn,
which took place on Hatiirdiiy even
hiK, Jnnnirry 21. nt llm U K. HK)oimr
houin In Portland. The hrldo Ih widl
ami favornhly known Imm, linvlnic
j Hpmil Ihn hiHt two NiiuimnrH with Mr.
'iiiul Mm. T. J- SpiMincr. of IhU place.
1 tc. ..1...1 .. xiw r'U'.lM Viiu.
Hiimiy-.d.- Itrhtniln tnnm ,lnfn.., tlin - ,h- Rln without
Oak (irovn Junior K'tim Mondn rvmi- , . . .,,,
II,. In llr I l.t.ll U.i,.,,al,tn Urt,.r '" "
Mr. K'l JohtiHoil hnn hnmi conflnnd
... . ,.. .. 1, 1 ...1.,.. -.ill. ri,,.,,.
Mm. John Hlnlny ..iitcrlalnnt nt din-' 1 " '"V":' ". '.CJ
imr Tucdny In honor of Mr. nml Mm. ! r"r " 'V' r",'. ' V .,.,
.loin, L.ualmiii. of HHKlmiw. Mich, i Mr- ,M ( S,m " 'l
Other KimalH wnrn Mr. nml Mrn, M,;" lh" ' "." " n,r ,':rM
MchoU. of -or.lml. Mr. nml Mr. 'aynr i.,.'.'lt.K will 1m- h;-ld nn
ijiialmaii I nvi. Tlmi'Hilny for Xnnlllo. "L 1 ' I. . ' . .
Jnlili lllalnv unit mill VIi-ImI- Hlmlil i 'IK HI I . -I".
minin limn III Ciillfornla nml thin In tlm
1 flint vIhIi 10 Imr hIkIit In five yearn.
Mr. nml Mm. CIMioiik and family re
moved to Vancouver, WnnlilliKtmi. on
Krlilny. Thny were accompanied hy
Mm. IIokiiii. who inilknH tier noinn
Mr. C. I), lioardimin In
i-nliiK, January 27. Thin In n iimi,i.lmi 1 Hmurday nt Hen Hldu looUlim after ; ,,'","'r' ""'7' . ....,,,.
their niiminnr collimo. ; ,,ln" , .
Karl Si.Hnr I.i.h n n. vere nttnek of ! f,,r " f"w ,U' vlH" wl,h B" ""'1'
pn in-iiln. ! lirt'Hhuni. Oi .-i;on
Ir J. II. nnd Mm. McArUiur re- MIhh KIHk. ii.li.lHl. r i.f the Advent
ti.n.nil houm Momlav uftnr nevrnl , ''"'tl"" rl.ur. h of lllll-horo ( lenon.
diiyn' vIhIi with tlm Doctor'n hrother, 1 vIhIiIiik h.r nlnt-r. Mm. l-.rlckHi.n.
V..ll..v VcArihur rt lll.lt.-cf ' nenr Mel.lrum. MIHH Mim ii ih npem
M. K. rhiirci--Siimhty ncltool nt It)
n. in. I'machlni? nt 11 a in., hy pai
tor. Dev. Hmiry Hpnln.
I Jltllen'AItt twin n Htierlul u-orW lltt-nl.
In.; 'I'll 111-M11 11 v iifti.miuin nl ih,. hnmi. wlili Imr tlauiilitnr. Mm. f.lhhoiiH
Arnin,:. !. in 11.0 romidetnil for llm of Mm. J H. Smith. j While we nlia I i.iikh t iih lanii y ver
Mm t.uy White nml on Hpeiit , iniicii. wo wimi 111cm -o m .n.-u
Timndny In I'ortliuid with Mm. Wlilln n lure home nml hope they yet will ile
mollinr. Mm. Unwell. ' clde to hulhl on their ncreaKO nt thin
(ico. K. Nolicn nml wife nre.nvelv- place.
In romjinlulailitiiH on the l.lrth of n i Mr. Wnldron. of Iowa, pnrchnned
iii t t . .. 11 11 tl..n.l uml liittlllltL'U
Hah'iil thin week lo llhk for nn nppnv I """ uaiiKliinr etiiienuay. January . an acre 011 . ........ - " . 7
;;m. nvemic, 01 Mr. nn ..u.
II. C. Wnrri'ii hnn n nevero rnno of In n very fine locution nnd nun nearly
Krlppc. I fifty hearliiK fruit trees nml Hinall
K, J. Moore In nhlo to ho out nKalu i vlnnn. Tlm consideration wiih tl.Hin.
' . . t Im 1 inrf
.n 1 .1... r.. ii... nil nun iiiiunr inn iiocioi n cure. 1 .mih. 11. 11. r.iuiii.iB 'i'. .'if-
fare hef.ue the llnllron.l ConimlKMl.m. Mlern Wimdmen of America refill-1 Ih.rnnH intended the Womeiri Chili
Ircull nml Htnle Supreme Couit. hut ) r nieeniiR 1 u-nuiiy evcmiiK. : mecnnis in iimnon .11, ... . . ..........
1.. railroad company np ih .l to llm I M"- W' " IMI-lnnon. of Pine al-!Mm. ItanieH. who wnn H renldent of
There '" . r:iiern iiri'Kon, nrriveu 1 uemiiiy ( Hoiinliini lor lourieen je.tin.
ami win ntiemi n wi'ek wnn imr mint. ! )ioit talk on tne iinwniinii ittianu,
Mm. Ada Cosk'rlff of Courtney Btiitlon. ; which wan very Interesting.
Minn Ivy. of Courtney avenue, In, jip,, willlnm Itonn, of Orchard,
hIowIv ImprovliiB under the rare of n ' WanhliiKton, -rnme over to rare for
health expert, Mm. Little, of Hood j ,,,r Hon who wuh III for n few days.
Hlver. j Him an accompanied hy her daiiKli-
The t)al drove Junior l.nKket hall j ler Kilnn. whn him recently returned
Icaiii defeated the Young Men's Jew-; from n school In Vancouver. B. C.
lilt team of l'nrtlaml. Wednendav ov-: Mr. J. A. Soenhe. of Newport. In
ciilng. Janmiry L'5. Ill Creen's linll. I upenilliiR n few days lit tho IMno
Score 2.S-1I. llookliiK niter hln lninlimnH imerenis
that each lilnl every one In ih eply In
tcicnteil In. Ciuiie nml hrlnn one or
mom pemoun with you.
, Hpeclul coinmlttne of the Council
BP pointed hy Mayor Hlrlh, with War
inn KiiU-hl nn chairman, In pmparluit
n new llcennn ordlliaiice for Mil. till. In.
Tlm prciienl ti',11.) Ilretine for naliMitin
will he Itn reiiHi-il to ahout fsno or
fin. , mi l pool r.M.mn will he unvernly
ri-K'ilated. Mllwntikhi han two biIimiiih
nml th" pollry of tlm luliiiliiltitrntlon
In not to Kin nt any new llcennen nnd
to lurreiiMi the llceline fee
nnnclal election to he held Kehruary
4th in mil. mil Hie new clly chnrter to
Mavtir Strelh ami Henry LoetlliiK
rcpreenllliK Mllwaukle. will gt) to
prlntlon to employ counsel to iirnue
llm npprnl of the faro cane which the
Portland H-Ulway Lluht ft I'ower Com-
p.inv tins taken lo the Supreme Court.
hlrllidny Thumilny evening 'In tlm
OroiiKii Hull. Holutlvnn wnrn prnnnnt
- fifty-slit In nil. 1
The Miles society met, nt tho home
of Mrs. A. J. Monk Thursday.
Arthur Mi.'Vey and John lloyo Imvo
moved Into I'rosner's nmall shack.
MIhh Uiln i'et tlnK" r has heen III tlm
Tlm Wouiflti's Cluh tnit nt tho home
of Mrs. (!ruy WednnHday. A delicious
lunch wan served.
There wan a pleamiut surprlnn on
Mr. nml Mrs. Bono In their pretty
huiilfnlow. They spent 11 very pleas
ant ovcnhifr with K'lines nnd cards,
llefrcshmenln wenf served during the
evening nnd nil the gueHts rnnirtcd
thnt they had a vnry pleasant time.
Tlm guents were, Mm. (iwlno and her
three ihuiKlitem, from Walla Walla;
ilm. Rose Nehren, Mrs. Klva Blnglo
terry, Mm. (J. H. Howell, Mr. Itnuilall.
Mr, nml Mrs. V. M. 'lardner, Mr. nnd
Mrs. J. E. Heeley, Mr. nnd Mrs. Cnld
well, Mr. and Mrs. Linn Wninhlad, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Van Hoyirm, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Charles Mornn, MIhh Kthlo (ireen,
Minn Marjorle Myern, Mlns Jonln Cun
an, Mlns Mnud Mornn, Krank llnrn
Ion, K. V. Caldwell arid Carl Nnhrnn.
Thero were exnetly thirty people In
cluding Mr. nnd Mm. Hone.
Mr. luls Hnlghinmi. of Raonnore,
Wanli,, wan vIhHIiik hln parents for a
nhort time, fin returned to his homo
Mr. Arthor Erleknon Is stopping
home nt his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Victor Krlckson. He Is on his way to
Alaska for a stay of about four months
nnd mayhe longer.
Mr. and Mrs. I, 11. Miller spent a
few days In Hellwood with their daugh
ter, Mrs. Clyde Plr.kered.
There whs a surprint! party on Os
car nnd Arthur Krlcknon Monday ev
ening. They spent the evening In
game such as five hundred and pedro.
The guents wore all old schoolmates
that had moved to Portland. Those
present were, Mlns Tllllo Thomoun,
Mlns Snrnh Thomoun, Miss Cora Jng-
ger, Mlns Vlda (iraham, Mlns (:. K.
Kills. Mm. Annie Eans. Mr. nnd Mrs.
Jnmes KusscJ, Mr. and Mrs. Victor
Krlrkson, Mr, f- It. (iraham, Mr. Dew-
y ThomoiiH. Mr. Iltooks. Mr. Oscar
Krlckson and Mr. Artlu-.r Krlckson.
Some of the ladles of Alehirum met
on Tuesday afteriuwin nt the home of
Mm. William Curdimr, of that place.
and organized a cluh. which will he
called tho 'I'lintline Cluh." Officers
were elected after the organization
wan porfiTted and are ns follows:
President Mrs. Charles Moran; vice-
president. Mrs. Crant; secretary,
Mrs. Charles Harris; treasurer, Mrs.
Powers. After t ho himlness was trans
acted and plans made for the future
It was decided to have the meetings
of tlm cluh on Monday afternoon of
each week, these nn-nllngB to he held
at iho home of each niemher. Mrs.
(inrdner served a luncheon to the
following: Mrs. J. K. S"eley, Mrs.
Alex (illl. Mrs. Cliarlc- Moran, Mrs.
Powers, Mrs. firotit, Mrs. Heitman.
Mm. Krlcknon, .Mrs. 0. E. Ereymg
Mrs. P. G. Wamblad, and Mrs. Chan.
Mr. and Mrs. U II. Miller, who have
linen making their home at Metdrum
for the pint four years, have disposed
of their property Interests here and
on Wednesday moved to Sellwood to
make their future homo.
Mrs. J. E. Soeley, of this place,
went to Portland on business Mon
the railroad company apt
fulled Stales Supreme Court
Is no money avnllattlo to handle Mil
wailkle's nlilo of the ease hofore the
Supreme Court and the Slate will he
linked to nppropilale fitmin for the
M. K. Moffltt Ih contemplating
hullilltig on the fi.H'tlon of a lot next
to the piiitofflce. Small frontage hut
etiremely good locution. This would
nlml out travel to nml from the hIiIii
lb, ami pulp mill vln Homer Miillnn'n.
W, It Kennedy has moved IiIh faiii
lly to I'lilty, Oregon.
Where In Ihn dog mnrnhnl that he
don't take In noiite of the worthless
doi:n running nt largo Hint dirty up
the front doom of tlm storm nnd iul
lle pliteit, walling for their manlern
to come out. None of them have tngn
on -wlmt'ii the line of law If not en
forced. lie careful how you vote on the
niiieiiilinenl. No one has necn a copy
of II yet mill It Is a good Idea not lo
vole for a cat In n hag not knowing
how It In worded.
Mrs, W, II. Edwards In hack from
11 trip through Idaho and WnnhliiKtmi
with her liuuhaml, the genial travel
Wouldn't It he a good Idea to give
your "hlg" orders for stumped en
vnlopnn to your local posiffleo and
the hum 1 1 orders to Portland. Just
reverse the mutter uml In this way
boost your own locality. Think 11
It. K Lee Injured his eye quite
serloimly Backing lime thin week.
It. V. Atixlnr bus completed a log
limine on his properly nd'oliilng S. M.
Welilu i'. neat nml unliiim In appear-
num. Too linn it I'm t eour 1110
sire"' car line. It would Bell In a
yn. Kiln Maple spent Wednesday
Sin-v Humes Ih still In llm St. Vin
cent Hospital nnd In n very rrltlcnl
condition. Miss Humes underwent
three operations for npendli'ltlH.
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Ilediliwny, from
UiwlHton, Idaho, nro vlstllng Mrs. J.
E. Elkln. Mr. Hethiway will sotUe In
Mr. nnd Mm. Vi, A. Hanson returned
home Saturday. Mr. ll itimn went to
Knrgo. North Dakota, on business nnd
Mm. Hansen visited her slHlor nt Lyle
Cnriol Howard has nereptod a 1oh
tlon ns news ngent on tho Southern
J. A. Snyder was In OroRon Clly
Wednesday on IiiihIiicbb.
While Leslie Harlow was giving or
ders to lila men through tlu elevator
Hlinft from the sixth floor of one of
the largo InilldlnKs In Portland Tues
day irfteiiioon, n descending elevator
lilt him on tho heiid and cut IiIh face
In sevenil places, Mr. Harlow saw
tho shadow of tlin i'lovator and got
back JiisMn time to nvold a serious
One ' of Mlhvniikio's prominent
young men, Jnines I-00 Duffy, wuin
married at tho homo of tho bride's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Wlltllngor,
111 Wnukon, Iowa, lo Miss Mario Mar
golin Winilnger. At home nt Sun
nybrook Enrin, Gaston, Qrenon, after
March 15. 1911.
Mayor fitrnlb, Herman landing nnd
Judgo Kelso spoilt Tuesday at Salem
vlalllng with the legislature. Thoy
CANBY, NEW ERA AND
Mrs. Art Inn Kuelil Is quite sick I hero. Ho reports that his son rtnur
with la grippe. 'ban accepted a very fine position with
A ard was received from Iio Von-one of the business houses of Hint
iterha from Angeles, Oil., stating ; place.
the weather wan fine. j Mrs. tilndys Watson and two chll-
Hiunl Hood, of Portland, spent the dren, of Seaside, nro having a de
week end with Uxy M. (irahnni. illghtful visit with her parents. P. 0
Arthur C.riiliam In once more nhlo Newell, and also with her grand
to 1m up nml nroimd hut not nhlo to i mother. Mrs Lucy Newell,
resume hln dutlcB In the store. Mrs. L. Wilcox was a Portland
allies' Sewing Circle will meet nt! shopper on Wednesday.
Hie homo of Mrs. V. Clark Thursday, j The ninny friends here of Master
Bushel ball Kiimo Saturday evening. I Harold Pratt were pained to hoar of
January J8 In Green's linll between ! the accident which befell blm when
the Oak (irovo Senior chili team nnd i be was thrown from his pony on his
the Christian Brothers Athletic Cluh
Mrs, liuls Brandt received a letter
from her sun Italph, who Is serving
In tho army. In tho Philippines Ralph
reports they nro working nnd Im
proving the Islamls all tlm tlmo. He
Is well ami only 17 moro months to
Grandpa Rowley Is quite sick at tho
homo of his daughter, Mrs. 11- Itlley.
Geo. Brmvnell ,of Oregon Clly, has
purchased ten acres of land JuhI
across from his homo at Concord sta
tion. Mrs. V. Itlley nnd Miss Coiilhurn,
were Portland visitors Wednesday.
Mrs. Price received word that hor
grandson was quite slelt.
John Smith Is at home sick with
Karl nnd Unlh Sutler' are Improv
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Brotojo were
visiting In Portland Tuesday evening.
Mr. Todd, the vice-president of the
Willamette Cnlvcrslly, gnvo a splen
did lecture Monday ovenlni? In the
church for' tho bmioflt of tho school
Superintendent Gary paid tho school
a visit Monday.
Tho graduating class la studying
hard for tho Juno examinations-with
IB pupils In tbo chins.
One hundred and twolve pupils are
enrolled, dally iilteiidnnco, 105; per
cent of uttondnnro, 93.
A surprise party was given Wftltor
Th conlldtnce Iclt by farmer and
Itardcncri ia Ferm i Sccdt to-d.ir
would hive been Impossible to Icel In
I any teedi two tenre ol yeara
so. We have made 1
I science ol teed
alwayi do I
exactly what you I
expect ol them. For lite
everywhere. fElirs Mil SEED
I tmtlU Free on requetL
D. M. rittR V CO, Datrolt, Mleh.
wny to canny oil Siiuinmy nun te
cehed a broken wrist. At present ho
Is vlHltlng bis giaiulparonls in Ore
gon Clly, while nursing the broken
A vi-rv pleasant surprise party wna
tendered Mr. and Mrs. U'hman at
their home In Kast Jennings Uid-e
on Saturday evening, the occasion
being Mr. Lelunnn's birthday anniver
sary. About twenty couples were
present and the evening was pleasant
ly p . st In dancing. Delicious refresh
menu were served.
Miss Lillian Westerflehl has b,cen
Mm gi" -t of the Misses Ethel nnd
Kern Hurt for n few days mid called
on other schoolmates before hor re
.Mr. au.l Mis. C. A. llodsea are re.
Juicing over a hnhy girl, which ar
rived at their homo on Saturday even
ing, January 28.
Mnstor Nowton Strain entertained
n number of his little friends at his
homo on Tuesday evening, from four
till six, when It was bis tenth birth
day anniversary. Checkers and other
games were enjoyed nml Mrs. Strain
served dollcloua refreshments to Her
schel Meredith, Donald McFarlano,
Harry Slndeil, Charles Uynn, Arthur
Robert s. Glenn Russell, Wlllard Slo
cirmvClydo nnd Frank Jones and Har
old Pratt, from Canby.
Mr. P. D. Newell accompanied his
daughter, Mrs. Watson, to Portland
on Tuesday, where she will visit a
short tlmo with Mr. Edwin Nevvoll,
and family, before returning to her
homo nt Seaside
Messrs, G. I). Boardmnn, Chna. Red
mond, Hugh McGovern and Mrg. T.
C. Rice wero business callers ai the
county sent on Wcdnosdny.
Mr. Crampton, of Portland, was
looking after his business Intorosts
at this plnro on Wednesday.
Mr. Hugh Vox Is quite sick with a
Mr. 0- Vr. Pressor bought a horse
l-nnd bu(,'!?y from I H. Wilson.
Miss Ethol Baker Is Improving rap
idly from her serious Illness.
Mrs.J. Bull has a new little baby
Mr. Hoadilck celebrated his 90th
Three of Canity's business men W.
H. Unlr. Jerry Baty and Kred M. Roth
attended the Elk lodge on Kriday
night, tlm Overland stopping here and
thus allowing them to return that
K. W. Wehnior, one of Marksbnrg's
prosperous farmers, was In town Sat
urday attending to business.
Mrs. O. M. Ausve has been quite
ill during the past week.
H. H. Eccles spent Saturday and
Sunday at Portland vlslUng friends.
Geo. Allen, bookkeeper for Shafer
Lumber Co.. of Molalla, was In Canby
Saturday attending to business.
Mr. Wiggins, of tho firm. Broughton
& Wiggins piling Co., of Portland, was
in Canby Kriday and purchased a car
of lumber of Jos. Adklns.
Rev. Joslyn nnd wife mado a visit
to Portland Saturday. Rev. Joslyn Is
erecting a new barn on his place here
and is also making other extensive Im
provements. W. H Mandervllle is pelting out
plans for a fine cottage. Adklns Lum
ber Co. has tho contract to furnish
Messrs. M. J. l,ee and B. Roy Lee
went to Portland on business Satur
E. W. Cherrlngton, who has resided
In Canby since last summer, has ac
cepted a government position at Salem
at a niilary of $'.K1 per month and most
of his living expenses furnished. Mr.
Cheri lngton will niovo his family there
In a few days. Canby regrets the loss
of this enterprising young man nnd
fools sure that he will, with credit, fill
tho position to which the Governor has
W. B. Saltmarsh took 'his family
with him Saturday to Portland to look
over their new home for which they
traded a few days ago. It la a very
beautiful place located in Piedmont.
J. U Combs has gone to Salem on
M. Holland accepted the position as
foreman of the Dalen ranch, south of
U B. Graham, who is associated
with M. J. Io and his brother, Roy
Lee, Ib now In Seattle, Wash., on busl
noss and expects to he gone for sever
Prof. T. J- Gill went to Oregon City
Saturday nnd will visit there with
friends over Sunday.
Warren Baty moved his household
effects to Molalla Saturday. He has
c u 1 art at luring with the Shafer
Lumber Co., of that place.
'The house vacated by Warren Baty
nid funlly hns been rented by F. C.
Wlrfs, who will take possession on or
be'"-e tho first of February.
The Canby Canal Company Is hav
ing extensive sign painting done on
the front and side of the building oc
cupied by them. They are also hav
ing large signs painted near the rail
E. D. Robinson, a resident of Canby,
has accepted a position with the Can
by Canal Company as tholr engineer
Mr. Vandorveer. of Seattle, was here
last week looking over the country J
with a view ol making Investments
here. Ho think that the opportuni
ties found hero are second to no othor
place which tin ha visited.
Rev. C. I Creosy ha been making
dally trip to Halnm (hi week attend
ing to hln m hool work there and alno
attending tho I'tiion Kvnngellntlc ser
vice In tho tabernacle here. Rev.
Greeny I also among the number of
those who are having the grip. HI
eye are giving Mm considerable
high school were held Thursday nnd
Kriday; several were unable to take
them on account of sickness.
M. J. lyee made a huslnen trip to
J. R Newton left Suturday for Port
land on business. -
Mr. U D. Ewlng returned to Lyle,
Wash., after a two week visit with
her parent, Mr. and Mr. H. A. Lee.
Ralph Knight, who ha been serious
ly III, I reported some bolter at this
Jan. Smith, from Macksburg, spent
Saturday In town.
Hattlo Hutchinson, of Portland,
npniit the Sabbath with b'.r mother
J. A, Cobb I quite sick. Ho ha c
vnry severe attack of pneumonia. His
many friends hopo that the physician
may hastily gain the mastery of the
Mr. Chas. Roth ha been visiting
Imr mother at Aurora.
John Eld returned Kriday night
from Portland, where he had been for
1 he greater part of the past week rep
resenting tho hardware firm of Sands-
ness, Son & Co. at a meeting of the
Stnte Hardware Association. While
there Mr. Eld purchased a large supply
of farm Implement which will arrive
In a short time .
After February 15 the city marshal!
Hays no mnrcy will be shown tho dogs
of Canby that may be found without
the license tag.
The meetings In tho tabernacle coc
ducted by Rev. R. E. Johnson and Har
ry K. Storm, singer, have been draw
ing large and appreciative audience
It Is not yet decided If tho meetings
will close this coming Sabbath or not,
but It I expected that they will con
tinue for another week.
List of letters uncalled for In the
n'.stofflco at Canby, Ore., for the week
ending January 14: J. R. Gribble, A
D. Hall, Dr. L. L Scoffield, Mrs. A.
T. Shoemake. January 2-: Mrs. E!or
enco Armstrong, Mr. Wallace. In call
ing for any of tho above mall, please
nay advertised. Adam Knight, P. M
Harry E. Stoors and wife, who were
here assisting Evangelist R. E. John
son in conducting tho union meetings
at the large tabernacle, returned Mon
day to Chicago, where Mr. Storr Is
engaged at he Moody Institute.
During the meeting up to iho pres
ent time there have been about sixty
who took a stand for Christ and who
will doubtless become affiliated with
one or nnother of the churches of
Rev. Johnson's 3 o'clock service
Inst Sabbath wan largely attended and
his address on the "Saloon" will long
he remembered. Many of his Illus
trations and comparison were the
nine as those used by Hilly Sunday
in bis address at Oregon City last
These meetings which will have!
been in progress fyr live weeks are
costing the citizens of Canby about
f sim, but li can never be estimated
In dollars and cents the benefits de
rived from them. All of these ex
penses have been met except about
,j"ii, we are told, and that this amount
will doubtless be secured this week
before the meetings close. The ex
penses were more than the committee
had anticipated as they had expected
that the transportation charges of the
workers as- well as the Evangelist
would be from North Yakima lns;ead
of Chicago and It was also expected
that they would, go from this place
and bold similar meetings elsewhere,
in which case tho return transporta
tion would have been assumed by the
F- F. Hannah Is busy packing up
his household goods. .He is planning
to leave Canby, since he has sold out
his business Interests here, but has
not as yet decided on a definite loca
tion. J. L. Combs and L. L. Tuft spent
the last day of January at the capi
tal. I. Heln sold his farm south of
town to Geo. L. Winzler, of Echo, con
sideration Jj.500. Mr. Winzler will
arrive In a short time with his family
nnd take possession. .
John R. Newton made a business
trip to Oregon City Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. aiulerzee, who have
been running the Brandes farm, north
of town, have resigned the position
which is now filled by a man and his
family who have Just arrived from
W. C. Repass, from Portland, was
In Canby on business Tuesday.
W. H. Shenefield, from Portland,
spends every Saturday at Canby, hav
ing secured office quarters above the
Ralph Knight, who has been dan
gerously ill with pneumonia nt a Port
land hospital, is reported much better.
J. A. Cobb, who has a severe attack
of pneumonia," is reported much im
proved. His brother from Roseburg
made him a visit this week-
J. R. Newton has hauled a new piece
of machinery for his pump to his ranch
which will enablo him to secure the
best possible results from his deep
V. S. Maple Is again on the streets
after his long seise of Illness. Every
one is glad to see his smiling face
Messrs. Mack and Butterfield are
preparing to Incorporate and get busy
publishing their unique and beautiful
Flower Map. We understand that a
small amount of stock can be pur
chased. Jus. Adklns has purchased the lum
ber In the tabernacle, having bought
the building as it stands. He will be
given possession after Sabbath's ser
vices. Owing to the services In the taber
nacle there will bo no church services
In the various churches Sabbath, ex
cept Sabbath school, which service Is
In session at 9:30 a. m- This an
nouncement does not Include the ser
vices In the German Evangelical
The program for services in the
tabernacle is ns follows: Every ev
ening at 7:30; Sabbath a. m. at 10:30;
Sabbath p. m. at 3:00; Sabbath p. m.
at 7:30. Everyouo Is cordially Invited.
I WrZ I $525 Piano
j BMffiF0R ONLY
JUST ONE LEFT
MUST HAVE THE ROOM FOR NEW PIANOS
A. H. STURGES
7th and Center Sts.
Oregon City, Ore.
The regular monthly meeting of the Road Supervisor Chag. Krebs I
Mt, Hood Fruit Growers Association i busy With a crew of men opening the
was held Saturday afternoon at Kir-j new road south from Sandy. Thl
wood hall. Several of the member j will open up a fine country and also
who reside In Portland and Cottrell , give a more direct route from Sandy
were present. An active Interest wa to Dover and Eagle Creek,
manifested In the fruit growing of this I Vic Kosberg has moved to the Pet
nectlon. A committee of three," name-1 erson place.
ly. A. J. Morrison, of Dover, J. H. George Wolf take charge of the
Phlpps. Cottrell, and E. D. Hart, Fir-' Sandy Hotel a It new owner, "Dad"
wood, were appointed to provide pro- j Hart, who formerly had charge of It
gram for the meeting. Effort will i will probably open up a restaurant
be made to secure speaker from the j In the Douglas building.
0. A. C. for every second meeting. I I. o. O. F. I-odge ha placed car
Thls will make the meetings more in-; pet on It floor.
structlve. Every person at all Inter- Sandy will have one of the best
ested In fruit growing should attend social affair that has ever taken
these meetings and take an active place here on February 11 at 7:30 p.
1, art- j m., when all of the best of talent of
One of the main subject given out ; Sandy will be heard at Junker's hall,
for the coming grange meeting at I nd all the prettiest girl will bring
Sandy Saturday, Feb. 11. is "The Rural big artistic baskets filled wfth the
Schools." The questions to be j most delicious lunch to be sold at
answered and discussed are. a fol-' auction for the benefit of the Sandy
lows: - j Commercial Club publicity fund, and '
What are the requirement of a I ,hus npln a Rood and, worthy cause
good teacher? 1 ln bringing Sandy to the front as a
c, , , , , 1 desirable country to locate In.
Should the personal appearance af-; 1
feet In any way the choosing of a !
Who is responsible for children ! Harry Morrison was out from Port
fighting on the- way to and from : land Saturday and Sunday.
bc'100' ! William Berghouse Is In Portland
Are the eight grades sufficient for I this week,
a boy who intends to be a fanner? Miss Mollle Ahnert left for Portland .
What are the mental requirements Monday, where she will enter High
necessary for a man to hold the office School.
of School Director? I '"r- Rna Mrs- wolf leave Dover this
i-i.... i- i.i .. , 1 week to take possession or the Sandy
bat Is your idea of corporal pun- t, 1 j i u, ,u . ,,..
hotel and saloon, which they recently
IM"nenl' I purchased.
Can alt children be governed with- , Mrs Ahnert and dnmrhter MIm r..l.
out corporal punishment? , ne visited with Mr. and Mrs. Bews
This is an Interesting subject and , Sunday.
as the lecture hour at 2 p. m. is open 1 Jim Wolf will have charge of bis
to the public a large attendance is ex-' father's farm this year.
pected. i Mr. Carver is on bis ranch at pres-
A number of Flrwood young people ent-
attended the farewell party at Geo.' Mr. ana .Mrs. woir gave a lareweil
Wolfs Saturday evening. Mr. Wolf Pa"y saiuruay evening.
has bought the hotel at Sandy and it
is hoped by his many friends and
neighbors that he will be successful
in his new undertaking.
Little Ernest Hart, of Montavllla, U
spending a week on the ranch.
Mrs. A. Malar spent a few days at
Lusted's last week visiting her moth
er. A. Bronoll, of Portland, visited over
Sunday with his daughter, Mrs. E.
M. Walton, of Portland, was looVing
after business Interests In this sect; n
of the country last week.
Harvey Kehras, of Sandy, spent
Sunday with friends in Hrwood.
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Hart were Dover
Ray Clark went to Molalla last week
to look after his farm.
H- G. Huntington returned
home from Spokane last week, where
she had been visiting with her son,
Carl Huntington, for the past three
Miss Rosa Mochnke went to Oregon
City the latter part of last week.
Mr. Strauss, a sawmill man, who
lives near Sandy, took dinner with
Dick Gibson Friday. He was out look
ing for milch cows. He wanted about
Ed and Miss Bina Donglass started
for Molalla Tuesday morning; got
down the road a short distance when
they found the buggy tongue was
broken, so they returned home and
got another buggy. We hope they get
to Molalla safely.
pneumonia, and was buried at Zion day anniversary. The day was very
cemetery Thursday. The family are ' pleasantly spent and will be long re
new comers here. membered by those present. His
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Burgoyne, of j many friends wish him many more
Montana, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bur-; such happy birthdays,
goyne, of Portland, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar ; Mr. and Mrs. Dodds and Geo. Lazelle
Huigoyne, of Forest Grove, and Miss attended Warner grange last Satur
Carrle Burgoyne, of Portland, were 1 day at New Era.
the guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. ! wunm wv itim i.i
J. Burgoyne a couple of days last week. ; frienil8 ,a8t sun(lay. He at De time
m.-m.i.u.iui.iT m ci.cuuuing pen-; Hved ln ths neighborhood but now re
turn to change a short piece of the si(es in .Monrovia, Cal.
New Era and Brown's school house 1 . , . ,
road I -A"Br so mucn rain, snow, ana sun-
P." H. Mead has built himself a ! 8J?ine we arf 8,1 Blad " lsn-t aa bai 83
stump puller which does good service 1 .thp5r have lu ,he Eastern states, as
on his new farm north of here. i 11 never S?ts very cold here or stays
Miss Ethel Rief spent several days ormy very long. We all think Ore
last week with her sister, Lottie, of i Kn ls ooa enoBh tor us.
Portland. Mr- Caldwell is still improving his
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bradtl, of Canby, . Plaee wl,n new buildings,
spent Sunday with relatives here. 1 The 8011001 18 progressing nicely
Mrs. H. P. Wink speut Sunday with j with Miss McDonald as teacher.
Mrs. A. Kocher. of Canby. I c- E- Swick Is Improving his farm
Newt Crlteser had the misfortune i b pulling out the stumps. Mr. Nash
to mash one of his thumbs very badly 18 helping him.
with a sledge a couple of weeks ago- George Schrlner Is making several
The Hoffman twins spent a couple Improvements on his place. It looks
of days with friends in Portland last I "ke 'be people of Twilight have be
week. t Kin to make thingr look prosperous.
Mrs. P. H. Mead Is on the sick list 1 1 hope we all will be proud to say,
again. j "Why. yes. we live at Twilight," and
Frank Rief, of Portland, ls a fre-1 will know that It Is In Clackamas
quent visitor here of late.
C. E. Swick visited the school one
day last week and was very favorably
Impressed with the school under the
able management of Miss McDonald.
Lazelle B. Melndl, of Portland, is
making his grandparents a week's vis
it during his mid-winter term vaca
tion, at Mountain Ash farm.
Miss Anna Wilehart was visiting her
sister, Mrs. James Hylton, last Tues
day. Through the efforts of the literary
society many needed wants have been
added to Twilight hall.
Miss Lessie McDonald was a guest
last Sunday at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Curtis Dodds, to a dinner given
in honor of W. A. Dodd's 6Gth birth-
The literary society will meet again
Saturday night at the hall. All look
forward to the coming meeting as the
evening Is most enjoyably spent by
all that attend.
Mr. and Mrs. Lazelle attended the
whist party at Mr. Harvey's Wednes
day night and spent a very pleasant '
Mrs. Hoopes was calling on her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Myers, Sunday.
Mr. Myers Is quite feeble. He ls In
his- 82nd year.
Mr. Harvey Is cutting wood. He
must be looking for some more snow.
We hope he will not have to be
bothered with it for a quite a long
Grandpa Hylton Is trimming his
fruit trees and expects to have some
choice apples this fall.
Frank Knlser died at the home of
his son William cn the west side of
the river, Tuesday, of pneumonia, and
was hurled In the Catholic cemetery
here Thursday. Deceased was about
80 years old and leaves two sons, John
and William, nnd a host of friendB.
Mr. Kaiser has been a resident of this
place about 30 yaars.
A three months old baby died at
Doernbecher' mill Tuesday, also of
Yoa will lose money if yoa do not have as do yoer
dental work. A competition for cheapness and not
for excellence of workmanship is the most frequent
and certain cause ol the rapid decay and entire de
struction of the teeth, good looks and health. Look
after the little cavities then there will be no large
ones nor tooth ache.
DR. L. L. PICKENS, Dentist
DR. G. A. BROWN, Associate