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OKEflON CITY ENTE1UMUSR, FRIDAY, FKHKUAliV 10, 1011.
Iho Kind You Hivvo Always Bought, mitl which 1ms been
in use Tor over SO years, has homo Iho signaturo of
and has boon made under his pcr-Jf(-fu
, Soual supervision slnoo Its infancy.
tiV !eX. Allow no ono to lwlv you 1 11 1 his.
All Counterfeits' Imitations niid".Tnst-as-cood"aio line
Experiments that trlllo with and endanger tho health of
Infants and Children Experience nniust Expciiiucnt,
What is CASTORIA
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pnro
gnric, lrops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Jiarcotle
substance. Its aire is its ruiimiitoo. It destroys Worms
and allays FevcrUhness It cures Piarrluva ami AVmd
Colic It relieves Teething' Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates tho
Stomach and Uowels givinff healthy and natural sle'p.
The Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. (
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
The Kind You Me Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
THI CINTAUM COMMIII, TT MUNIUT TNCCY, Mnt YO CITY.
NEWS FROM THE COUNTRY
INTERESTING ITEMS FROM ALL PARTS OF CLACKAMAS COUNTY
Fifty years ago the Molalla Tribe of
Indians would have applied the "paint"
and been on the war path, and a pale
face mother's son would have been
delivered to the red skins for torture,
in order to have avoided further
trouble with the w hites. The old "Con
gar Chief" would have been Hi-a-ha-ha
in seeing the flesh fry from the rolf
bers of his people's graves; many
years ago Maxwell Ramsby, one of the
old pioneers of Molalla, gare Beaver
Trapper Chief the permission to bury
his dead Indians on the Ramsby claim
In sound of the roaring Molalla river,
for which privilege Beaver Trapper
was ever grateful, saying that Mr.
Ramsby had a hi-n-tumtun and was
the only white brother he had left,
when the other old ploneesr passed
away. Today the grandsons of Max
well Ramsby deem this Indian burying
ground as a sacred spot on the farm
and one morning last week when look
ing after some stock In the pasture
one of the boys discovered that some
of the Iidian graves had been dug into
during the night or the previous day,
when H. S. Ramsby and the boys were
all absent from home. The supposed
object for the pilfering of these Indian
graves is to obtain elk teeth that
were supplied by the relative of the
departed spirits to decorate them for
the "happy hunting gTounds" to dis
pose of to the order of Elks at a hand
some figure ($10 apiece ) These In
dian grave sneaks may thank their
stars that old Chief Metsga is not on
their tracks or they would soon be
broiling at the spot.
An attack of the grip is often fol
lowed by a persistent cough, which to
many proves a great annoyance.
Chamberlain's Coueh Remedy has
been cured after all other remedies
had failed. Sold by all dealers.
January 24t.h was the occasion of a
pleasant celebration at the home of
Mrs. Fred Paterson, in honor of the
80th birthday of "Grandma" Johnston.
Children, grandchildren, and one great
grandchild, to the number of 2'i sur
prised the aged relative with their :
nn.i nnna nt,..,., 0....1.1.,
many pretty and useful presents, they
brought well-filled baskets. At norm
all sat down to a bountiful dinner. In '
the afternoon Pastor Jones came with j
his camera and securr-d some very
fine pictures of the group, in lar-e !
B170 and fnr nhntn r9rit Tu'n itf '
ir.. ii. -....,.. a '.i.v .v,,.i,i
-ilia, juuhsluh a uunf-uitio, wmi iuti.
families, were not able to be present, ;
but sent loving remembrances.
Several others in town shared the )
honor with Grandma Johnston of hav- j
ing a birthday on the same day. May '
"" vc to as happy and p. - ace -
ful "sunset of life'' as their aged j
friend enjoys. I
The fortnightly social of the Chris
tian Endeavor Society was held on
the evening of February 1st at the
home of Miss Ethel Mather. This so
ciety is a strong factor in the work of
the Congregational church along all
W. W. Smith, who Is under contract
to furnish space for the storage of
TUO poles to ne usea ior support oi a i
power line, has also contracted to dis
tribute ttiese in Clackamas, to Esta
cad . "P'l other points as designated i
by the company.
The itomich ! Urger factor in " life, liberty and the pur
suit of happiness" than most people are aware. Patriotism
can withstand hunger but not dyspepsia. The confirmed dys
peptic "is fit for treason, stratagems and spoils." The man
who oe to the frunt lor his country with weak stomach
will be a weak soldier and a fault finder.
A sound stomach makes for good citizenship as well as for
health and happiness.
Diseases of the stomach and other organs of digestion and
nutrition are promptly and permanently cured by the use oi
Dr. PIERCE'S GOLDEN MEDICAL DISCOVERY.
It builds up the body with tound Utah end
The dealer who offers a substitute for the " Discovery" is
only seeking to make the little more profit realized on the
tale of less meritorious preparations.
X)r. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser is tent frei
on receipt of stamps to pay exoense of mailing only. Send
21 one-cent stamps for the paper covered hook, or 31 stamps
for the cloth bound. Address World's Dispensary Medical
.Association, R. V. Pierce, M. D., President, Buffalo, N. Y.
meeting at the schoolhouse Friday
evening, Febmary 3rd. This assocta-
tlon has for Its object the improve-
ment and beautiflcatlon of the ceme-
The Clackamas basket ball team de-
feated the Hargreave team from Port- '
land at the Odd Fellow's hall Tues-
day evening of last week.
The School and Home Club will
meet on Thursday evening at the ;
schoolhouse. together with the mem-
bers of the school board. It is ex-
pected that the committee appointed
to find out the government law re
specting the location of powder
houses, will report. The question of
free text books will come up for dis
cussion. M. Heacook will give a five
minute talk on "The Anatomy of the
Eye, or Why We Wear Glasses." The
program committee Is supposed to fur
nish some good music and light liter
ary entertainment. This Interesting
and profitable program should call out .'
a good attendance.
A masquerade ball will be given at
(he Grange hall on Saturday evening.
February It, under the management
of Ray Landes.
The Junior League of the M. E.
Church is planning to give a social in
the near future.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Chandler, who staying with her.
left town about two weeks ago for a i Mrs. J. P. Rholl is seriously ill and
visit with friends and relatives at her son, Will Jones of Eldorado, Is
Cottage Grove and Salem are expect-, here w ith her.
ed home the last of the present week. ! Mr. Mason's children have the meas-
An unusual amount of illness, even : les this week,
for the time of year, prevails in this i D. C. Robeson is Improving very
community. Several cases of pneu- slowly.
monia, measles, and other serious dis- I Mrs. Welsh's mother. Grandma Tay
eases, prevail, while coughs, colds and lor, has a slight attack of pneumonia,
the grippe are the common lot. i Miss Josie Curran is at home from
Mrs. A. M. Spurgeon, her son-in-law the legislature.
Chas. Roadarmel, and his daughter ; Miss Erma Calaran was given a
Alta, are once more settled in their : birthday surprise party last Saturday
home in Clackamas. In honor of hr eleventh birthday.
' Frank Welsh has the machinery for
Croup a new planing mill, which he will
Causes uneasy nights but if you will erect soon.
use Dr. Bells Pine-Tar-Honev it will1 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wells and two
relieve in a few minutes. There is boys of Beaver Creek, were visiting
nothing better. Guaranteed by all Mr- Wells mother, Mrs. Ldgecomc.
dealers, and Geo. A. Harding, Drug- over Sunday.
j.t ! Curtis Selliy is at home from Esta-
: ; cada, the saw mill having closed down
MACKSBURG. .until spring
: Mrs. Melvin, of J. Q. Adamas, was
The bad weather continues.
Fall grain looks fine.
The road supervisor of District No.
25 has orders to open the Specs and
c. C. Knutson road, the damage ot
Mr. Mat having been paid by Skees
and Knutson, amounting to $125.
F. Wehner Is greatly Improving his
,.?,. a u-ith t.ou uira fi-n-inir
:..... v ' u.
i,urj .uuia wan liouie. 1 1 "ill li:i
school Saturday. She is teaching the 1
Ebv school. ;
Ijts of lagrippe and bad colds in
tllis vicinity at present. i
The school at Dryland is progress-
g nicely w ith Ear. Kocher as teacn-
The Deutsche Verein had a pleasant
and successful session In Mackshurg
on Saturday, February 4.
Cicero Grimm carried off first hon
ors in the prize waltz at Molalla last
Mr. Baldwin and his mother had the
pleasure of receiving visits from Mrs.
W. Barth, Mrs. J. J. Gibson and Mr.
Sylvester Gibson on Sunday, Febru-
Miss Hazel Liring Is in Portland,
where she has obtained a position.
Mr. and' Mrs. Knudeson entertained
'a number of the Mackshurg young
people on Saturday evening.
Kd Crave has sold his pince to
Kraut Graves, who expects to take
pososslon of tho ground In tlmo to
put In tho early crops .
Sol Strubaks Is preparing ground
for a. crop of alfalfa, for which much
of tho Willamette Valley soil Is found
to ho eminently favorable,
Mr. Uatdwln attended teachers' In
stitute at Canby on Saturday, Febru
The grubbing en nil the ranches l
going on at a rapid pace. Stump
covered tracts are fast turning Into
fruitful orchards, and fertile fields of
grain. The farmers are Jubilant over
the fine promise for wheat. Tho ap
pearance of tho winter crop Is un
Sight Too Valuable
To he neglected. Sutherland's Eagle
Kye salvo will cure any case of sore
eyes, granulated lids, opthalmla or any Miss Nettle Miller, one of the touch
Inflamed condition of the eyes. Pain- era In tho Willamette school, Is sick,
less and harmless. 2.V a tube at all Mrs. Haas, of Oregon City, la filling
dealers and Goo. A. Harding, Druggist, her place.
Mrs. Chas. Andrews Is sick with la
The ground hog saw his shadow
here February 3. Replenish the wood
: pile In time.
I The voting people will have a social
i dance at the hall on February IS.
j Saturday was the regular monthly
! mooting of Harding Grange. A large
! crowd w as In attendance, 51 members.
! Five candidates were Initiated and a
very enjoyable time was had by all.
At the March meet ins "The On-hard
I and how to care for If will bo a topic
! for lecture hour. At tho May mooting
l the subject of "Sinule Tax" w ill bo
I discussed. In tho meantime those In-1 Mr. l.losman, tho Willamette mer
it ores tod will look up tho merits and chant, went to Portland on Wodties
' demerits of this doctrine as propound- . day on business.
I ed by Henry George, and advocated by Meeting of Willamette Council.
U'Uen. Fols Co. Recent developments I Tho council meeting was held on
I in Alberta, P. C, Is un Illustration of Tuesday evening, all eounrllmen being
j what we would have to contend with present except Frank Shipley. Conn
! here If we had Single Tax. oilmen present were Frank Oliver,
I The I-owcr logan school will give John Reams, W. Snldow, Arch Ross,
an entertainment on February 23 at i
the'Grange Hall at Logan.
A King Who Left Home
set the world to talking, but Paul
Mathulka, of Huffalo. N. Y.. says ho
always KKKPS AT HOME tho King
of all Laxatives Dr. King's Now Life
Pills and that they're a blessing to
all his family. Cure constipation, head
ache, indigestion, dyspepsia. Only 2."e
at Jones Drug Co.
Mrs. F.nmia Dixon Is numbered
among the sick In this neighborhood.
V ,111 l ll.l.l.-., tt-h.-, h.ia
Mrs. Nellie M AHdredi.0, ho his
been quite sick
Is now herself suun.
Maple Line Grange will have an
all dav meeting Saturday at the hall.
The little son of Mrs. Ida Cooper is
numbered anions tho sick, having a
mild case of grip,
Mrs. Charles Moran. of Meldrum.
was calling on friends here Thursday,
Mrs. J. Gorbett is having a hard
time of It with rheumatism,
Mrs. Sarah Everhardt. who has been
a sufferer from grip, is able to be
Sickness is the main topic in this
.Mrs. Elmer Dixon has been in bed
for n few days but Is better.
Mr. Crawford Is able to ride down
Mrs. Nellie M. Aldredge Is not able
to be out o( bed.
Mrs. J." LewelUn has a severe at
tack of pneumonia.
Willie Schoth came home from the
mill Saturday quite sick but was able
to go to work again Monday morning
Mrs. Wilmer Fisher's baby Is quite
poorly this week.
Mrs. Maggie Curran Is suffering
with a severe cold and Melvin has had
Mrs. A. L. Hickman Is on the sick
I list and Aunt Maggie Harrington Is
the guest of Mrs. Qulnn Sunday.
Mrs. Frlnk, Mrs. Miller and Mrs.
Price, of Idaho, visited with their
mother a week then returned Friday
to their homes.
Geo. Haskcl has a son from the
East visiting him.
Mrs. Shank and daughter, Grace, of
Portland, spent Sunday here with her
urnndfather. .1. W. Paty
I r.l,Mli-in a-orn
.Mrs. WA Mi aim cniioren wetc
the guests o Charles Stewart and
famil-V'f' a,n'S' 7 f the
c- , , .ilJ lL7Vr,
f . M,r' "'u TheTare movlne
Ve dner 'f eek. They are moving
Lambert Beard, of Portland, spent
Sunday here with his parents.
Mr. and .Mrs. Sam Warnock, of Twi
light, were guests of J. Iewellon and
Charles Moran, of Meldrum station,
was calling on friends in this vicinity
Mrs. Pearl Everhart Is aide to be In
the store again after her attack of
J. M. Barto is fencing his property
, .uisn ,l:iie ,.1'fir.n, 'ji , jwi-i ,.,.,, ....
, Washington, who has been upending
a week with Miss Emma Vanhoy, re
; turned home Monday afternoon, and
I Miss Emma Vanhoy accompanied her
i Maple Lane Grange met In regular
session last Saturday. One member
! was added to our list by demit, from
1 Peavertoti Grange. A committee was ;
appointed to make arrangements for i
: an entertainment to lie given in iho
' near future. Full particulars will be j
given next month. j
: Mrs. Elliott, on Seventh and Dl- I
vision streets, is still sick in bed. j
I Miss Kloiso Aldredge is quite poorly j
I Mrs. Shortledge, who has been sick j
j last week, Is getting better. j
Harvey Hickman and wife and Ever-
etl and wife visited their mother last
Mrs. C. O. Perry returned to her
home at Maple Lane the 4th of this
month from Willamette, where she
has been acting nurse for Mrs. A. J.
Flynn and her little baby.
Miss Christine .lohnaou Is reported
up a n,i I around after n brief Illness of
Miss Uilllo Tompkins Is back to
school after being sick with tno In
Mr. and Mrs. J. Johnson have re
covered from tho la grippe.
Sixteen births have been locoritod
In Willamette In the last tio days. How
Is that for this burg?
Grandma Rivers was taken seriously
ill last Friday night with heart
trouble. lVr. Stewart was sent for
Immediately and with the aid of neigh
bor friends soon gave her relief.
i'ort Panics hss recovered from an
accident when he Ml at one of his
buildings, and fractured his side, lie
Is able to go to Oregon City.
Uo Ijiihoii, of this place, has ro
turned to his post of duty as clerk
In Harris' store In Oregon City,
I C. Montgomery, of this place, has
moved to Portland with his family
He Is employed on tho flro depart-
i Joseph Paris, of Highland, with his
' wife from Highland, Tuesday of this
week were visiting In Wlllnmetto with
j Mrs. M. P. Gary, mother of T. J.
' Gary. County School Superintendent.
Is reported better at her son's homo
In this place.
: K. Maas Is able to return to the
court house after a brief Illness
with Mayor Gary In tho chair.
Ilusliiess of Importance was brought
up for discussion, among this being
the water plant system. Plda wore
read for the construction of a well,
from which tho water will bo taken,
the lowest bid being that of I. W.
ltlveid for a 300 foot well for 91000.
Kids wero laid on the table, and it
will be divided In the near future as
to what movemetit will be niado to
It was resolved to commence con-
(lemuatlou proceeding against J.
Downey to secure tho right-of-way to
lay pipes and mains. Furthermore
resolved to Instruct the recorder to
notify Attorney Stipp, who has been
'-'-J ' ----ri-. " -
.,,.,... ,.rso m commence
I,ril,.it,).ii1.M immediate v.
A committee of three was appointed
" " .
to arrange for a farewell supper for
K. Maas. who will soon tako up his
residence In Oregon City. Tho date
of tho supper will bo held In tho near
After other business was taken up
for discussion tho meeting adjourned.
Mr. tind Mrs. H. U Scheer, from
Twilight, wero the guests of Mr. and
Mm. Anil! Grimm, at Willamette, last.
Sund'v. A bountiful dinner was
spread and served. A pleasant after
noon was spent.
If troubled with Indigestion, con
stipation, no appetite or feel bilious,
give Chamberlain's Stomach and IJver
Tablets a trial and you will bo pleased
with tho result. Those tablets Invig
orate tho stomach and liver and
strengthen the digestion. Sold by nil
Wednesday was quite a rainy dny at
M. J. Lee, tho secretary ofhe Can
by Canal Company, was In town Mon
Roy ponegon Is In town again shak
ing hands and talking politics, as us
ual. Warren Ilnty a family moved out to
the camp Monday.
J. G. Wanhopo, State Organizer of
the Socialist party of Oregon, will
speak at Meadow-brook school house
Monday evening, February 6 at 7:30
p. m. Everybody Invited to come out
and hear Socialism explained.
Mrs. s. Kllcnsmlth, down with pneu
monia. Is very 111.
Willie Kllcnsmlth helped Mr. Potto
miller saw down a tree Monday.
Mrs. W G. Kllcnsmlth la down with
Elmer Kllcnsmlth Is going to saw
wood for Mr. Hottemlller.
Mr. Hottemlller was In town last
Mr. Mnrquardt Is sawing down dead
trees and Improving his farm.
They had a political meeting In the
grange hail last Thursday.
A. Durst, from Union Mills, made a
short visit with W. G. Kliensmlth on
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. A- Durst, a
little daughter, at Union Mills.
Mr. Sullivan went to Portland to
visit his brother who Is very sick.
Wo are having a half Inch of inow
and showers on top. It looks like the
ground hog saw his shadow.
Eveline llettman Is down with pneu
monia. Accused of Stealing.
E. E. Chamberlain, of Clinton, Mo.,
boldly accuses Bucklon's Arnica Salve
of stealing the sting from burns or
scalds tho pain from sores of all
kinds the distress from bolls or piles.
"It robs cuts, corns, bruises, sprains
and Injuries of their terror," he s.-ys,
"as a healing remedy Its equal don't
exist." Only 25c at Jonos Drug Co.
Theie will ho a basket social at tbo
Eldorado school house Saturday even
ing, February 18. I-adles bring tho
baskets and tho boys bring the pocket
hooks. Come one, come all-
CjirmOrC AftPntintl I
1 OI IIICl 3 II ICliliUli !
Get your horses under
shelter while in the city
"Farmers Feed Stable'
308 MAIN STREET.
OREGON CITY, OREGON.
Does a general livery and feed
business at reasonable prices.
Nice clean stall with expert
G. W. BOYER
Miss Dorothy (iray, only ilaughlei'
i of Mr. and Mr. Gray, I very III nt her
home on tho West Hide,
Arthur Pressey, of l'ortlnud, vlsliod
IiIm mother, Mrs Knhinsotl, and lit t Ut
daughter tt ut It , on the West Side Mon
day. Mttui Sadie Uohlnson, who has been
In Portland for over a year, w ill visit
at tho country home of her brother,
V. M. Itoblnson. of the West Side.
Mrs. Hester, of Portland, visited at
the home of Mrs. Gray to bo with her
1 think the ground hog will surely
see his shadow today, which UieaiiH
six weeks more of bad weather.
There Is now on hand state School
' money to be loaned at 0 per cent In-
terest, Gordon l& Hayes, Agent.
Mr. and Mrs. U. . Pope, of Park
place, entertained at dinner Friday
evening at their home, ''Four Acres on
the Clnckiunas," for the teachers of
Parkplace school. After dinner the
guests enjoyed Interesting experiences
of a trip to Alaska related bv Miss
Kvtj Wash, readings by Mrs. Jolley and
j music (,y j,s Horner.
Those present were Prof and Mrs.
W. 0. Jolley, Miss Alicia 1'earl Homer,
Miss Ida Maude Mack, Mlsa Kffle
Morris, and Miss Eva F. Wash of Hoi
Prof. Horner, of O. A. C, delivered
n very Interesting lecture on Athens,
F.gypt and the Holy Uind at I'nrkplaco
school Saturday evening. The locjure
was Illustrated by stereoptlcon views.
For that rough. Get a bottle of Dr.
Dell's Plno-Tar-Honey. It Is the best.
Geo. A Harding. Druggist.
The sad news comes of tho death
this morning of Henry F.ltegsen, Ills
death was not unoxootod, as he has
been ailing since Iho first of July
last. At first his disease was pro
nounced walking typhoid, which lor-
ntiiiuttt In consumption, and he was
ted nWity to almost a skeleton. Ho
I W1IH the eldest sou of Fred Kllegsen
nnj Mary, his wife, was about i!t
years old. and his whole life has born
B,H,,lt ,,,, xa father's arm. where
! his selMorgcttlug merry disposition
! wm ov(,r i, treasured In the hearts of
. Imlle ho are left to mourn his early
death. Ilesldes his mother and
; (,,t),r ,o leaves three slaters and one
: miner lie leaten luirp nimv.n t.ui "
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bora of his childhood, boyhood and
young manhood in mourn the deatii
of ono of whom no one ever had ought
but good words to sneak. His mother
has been doubly nffllcted recently, as
she followed a dearly beloved mother
(Mrs. Turner) to the gravo leaa than
three weeks ago.
There Is as much sickness In and
near this neighborhood as elsewhere,
principally colds and la grippe. No
fi.tal eases from these causes have
.1 i- v.... I.-
resimea us ,ei u. .
n IIOUSO W Here llli-ir in ii" ...', .-..v
to four sick, but at present writing
all are better and not many new
cases. Among tno laner we renin i"
t:av Is Mrs. Powell, who Is threatened
with pneumonia, but we are happy to
hear she seems to be resting easier
Mrs. Aernl has one of her daugh
ters visiting her with her baby boy.
, Miss Helen liable Is slowly getting
better, and as, from present Indica
tions wo are promised a soll of fine
weather, we are all hopeful It will be
of benefit to the nlllng.
Seems to your correspondent that,
like all good things, tho worthy Mr.
Flnlcv. of the Audubon society Is dis
posed, being clothed with a little brief
null,., ri.lv to Hill tilings IlltO tho
ground. Of courso China pheasants
are not as plentiful now as formerly,
but If I have a lady friend who ob
tained ono of their skins a number of
years ago, and liking tho beautiful
thing so well sho has It made over
everv winter, or used for trimming,
should any one In this free land have
the power to deprive her of It, or In
any wny mako trouble for her. I do
not see the Justice,
A woman doctor who belonged to
tho society was lecturing tiKn birds,
and pleaded for the beautiful little
bonnet, which did no harm, but a boy
dissected one and counted 81 11' He
cherries he had picked, and when an
nrmy of them enmo for breakfast and
supper. It leaves but a small portion
to the owner of the tree. Now, I bo
lleve In Hie wo-k of tho Audubou
society, as I understand It wns first
started, but those who ' Into It need
to be able to distinguish between a
pest ami a blessing when they at
tempt to teach fanners.
Melnt Peters, who has been sick n
long time, ending In dropsy, died on
Do you know that croup can bo pre
vented? Give Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy as soon as Ihn child become
hoarse or even after the croupy cough
appears and It will prevent the iitlack.
It Is also a certain cure for croup and
has never been known to fall. Sold
by all dealer.
Our enterprising fellow townsman
Claud Howard, is building a hot house
and Intends (o supply (ho people of
this community with early vegetables.
Mrs. Maple, who returned from the
city of Portland last week, Is gelling
The friends of Miss Inez Snodgrass
gave her an Intended surprise party
last Saturday evening In honor of her
20th birthday. However, It wns not.
much of a surprise. There wero about
25 present and tin enjoyable evening
Archie Dougnn Is spending n few
weeks Willi bis father at this place.
Wn understand that bo Intends to go
Into business at Hilverton In tho
spring, having sold his reslaurnnt In
Archie Davis spent Saturday and
Sunday at homo with his parents.
Mr. Wallace Is doing a lot. of slash
ing and Improving his place generally.
Pert Wallace Is working for Dell
Trulllnger this week.
Ak f" ''mrlt for CFirCIIRSTKR'A A
IjIAMONI) likANI) 1'IU.H in kro mi'
GOLD mrtnltlr boKfS, 0f-aletl Willi lliie0
KIM.nn. Tasb ho crura. 11 r mt your
Umiritl't and Mk r.,r ll. llt.s-Tf.H S V
DIASOIIII lilt A N l I' I M.S. for lri,t (Ivo
yenra rrfardril ns Hrt,8afei,t, Always l-'iialile.
LOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS
r' I n fcia
IV F. Hart and Mlns ICthol wore Fir
wood visitors last week.
Mia. (I, M. Howe, who has been
vIhIIIijk her daiighler at St. Johns for
Iho past few weeks, has returned to
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Miller visited
In Portland the flil of the week.
Mis. 10. It. Hart spent n few days
In Portland the first of Iho week,
Harvey Kebrns, of Sandy, Clair
Corey and Ray H'two visited lit ICd
Word was lecelvcd that T. M, SI
mesler, who went to California for
his health n few mouths ago, passed
away; particulars not yet known.
Flrwood School mid Progressive As
sociation Is making preparation for tt
Kood euleilalumeut Saturday, Febru
Autoue Molar was a mlll.-vlsllor hint
week. Ho Is building a to chicken
Now library books are expected this
week. Come and look them over,
Tho Mt. HimiiI rnllrond Is having
1,(1(10,000 feet of lumber sawed, mostly
big timbers, some of the largest being
SxlT:t0 feet long Three different
mills are doing the work. Tho Kir
wood mill Is so blocked up on nct'ouiil
of It that It cannot run steady.
Godfrled Stuck', has quit work on
tho school ground until the weather
settles, and Is now working at the
Joe Canning received n gash on his
arm and leg by tho cut off saw break
ing. Ho did not have to lay off on
account of tt.
CANBY AND SOUTHERN CLACKAMAS
Frank Weber, from Portland, was a
visitor with Frank liodgo and family
during I lie latter part of hint week.
Philip Wlseinantle, a former resi
dent of. t'anby. died on the operating
table at one of Iho Portland hospitals
F. F.. Hannah left Canby on tho
morning train for Eastern Oregon,
where ho Intends to locate.
Mrs llai vey lllnsel has been quite
sick during Iho past week.
II M. Silmsoii. of Portland, who Is
a pioMiily holder at I'utibr, inado a
business trip last Friday to our town
Mrs C. F. Itomlg has been quite III
dining the past week, tint wo are glad
to learn that she Is h'iler at tills llrdo j Mr. and Mrs Newt Crltescr were
S:ilibath, Fel. marked Hie close Canliy visitors last Saturday
ot the ictlwil meetings held In Cauby. I You ought to try a suck of Furga
Ktaiigellst Johnson and his wife lelt ' nun's buckwheat flour.
ii the train this morning or Chicago
The meetings were a great success,
Judging from the number of convrls.
It Is claimed that more than ninety
lu all either tisik their stand for Christ
tor the llrst time or lenewe.J their
profession of belief in llliu.
All Indebtedness was wlpeil out lilul
,,Nll( u m,u, n,,e purse of over (wo
hundred dollars was presented the
Kvaiigcllst, thus showing the people's
appreciation of his labors among them.
These meetings have been lu progress
lor the pist tue weeks.
Rev. Webber, who had funnel l
been here as pastor of the Methodist
church, was In town shaking hands
with old acquaintances.
Mrs. Malidervllle's sister, who Is
now living with her, ts quito III.
The City Council of Canby held Its
regular annual Hireling Feb. ti, In the
City Hall at g p. in. All member of
the Council wero present? except Jos
eph Ij'lncr. Tho regular routine of
business was transacted. The ordin
ance uiithnrlliig a five milt lax levy
for municipal put pistes was read for
the second time before the Council
and was approved by tho Mayor,
A new ordinance defining and con -
trolling tho utnoiiut of space that may
be taken up by thu merchants for the
display of groceries, vegetable, etc.,
was read and ordered posted. Ily this
oidluauco obstruction of any iiatuie,
except In case of a building permit, are
forbidden on tho sidewalk.
Three new streets have been or
dered opened, tho City Engineer, Kred
Itoth, will begin survey and prepare
maps and plats nt once. Tho commit
tee on stieets and public property will
bo kept busy Investigating and Insiull
lug .improvements. A lining other Im
provement five nan u electric IIkIiIs
will be installed Oils month.
The following bills, wero presented
anil warrant ordered drawn for the
same: Aurora Electric Co., Ilghi.
J.'ll Tj; Stipp, for preparing atneinb
ment to charier, 12.1; C. N. Walt. Ite
corder's services, llei-ember and Jun
uaiy, $11. ha; C. V .Komlg, liocorder's
services, January, $2.:io; J. A. Graham
lor work on road. $.'.00; J. S. Dick,
police services, January, $15.
I'lHiti motion W. II. Uicko, who was
named by J, S. Dick a deputy police,
was duly Indorsed and appointed to
that position by (ho memliois of the
Tint following Is a list of letter ro
maliilng uncalled for In thu postotdec
at Canby for tbo week ending Keli. 4:
Fisher, Mr. Myrla; GooU, Mr. Ho
Una. A. H. KNIGHT, P. M.
Mrs. A. J. Knight and two daughters,
w ho moved lust Hiiiuniur to Tho Dalles,
wore visiting relatives) and frlunds
hern during tho puut two weeks. On
Monday they returned to The I miles.
Moshib. A. J. Cobb and W. S. Mapp-,
who have been quite III, uro now uboiil
again on our hi renin, w e uro glad to
Dow Ilntcblnsen, tho thirteen year
old son of Mrs. C ,C. Hutchinson,
while wrestling ut tho public school
Wednesday wlih one of the boys, suf
fered a very painful Injury, dislocat
ing hi elbow. Dr. Hodman wiih sum
moned and after placing thu boy under
chloroform ho dressed tho Injury.
F. U. Adams Is painting a very large
plctuie, a view of YoHOiulto Valley,
known as Iho Arllst View. Thl pic
ture Is 4x74. Mr. Adam ha on dis
play, ut tho Ciinby Canal Company's
office, a number of fine paintings.
R. V. Taylor and family, of Port
land, who recently purchased W. A.
Saltmiirsh's place, wero visiting In
Ciinby Wednesday anil milking ulf
rniigemeiits for moving Into his new
home. Mr. Taylor Is much pleased
The Chrlstlun church received clcht
member Into church fellowship on
Tuesday evening and on Wednesday
(heso were baptized by Hev. Dunn.
W. A. Snlt marsh ha rented for a
term of Ihreo month from thn Gordon
Urns., Mrs. Doyoc house and will
move hiu family I hero Immediately,
M. J. I.eo has had his two nut oh
ptilnled by Adam Pros.
I). Ifciy I.oo and F. II. Adams iiiaile
a business trip to Oregon City Wed
II. II. Kocies spent Sunday visiting
friends in Portland.
Church services will again bo nt I
Mlns Kallo Kehriis IhIIciI her
mother at the Flrwood mill Inrtt week,
Mr, lli'ocnwoll, pony sawyer for Ihn
mill, accidentally ciinglit the thumb
of his glove between the bolt mill Iho
wheel, pulling his arm In, I In wont
to his hiimo In trills In recuperate,
Mr. Monet t, hook tender at the mill,
had a severe cough last week, and
finding a boltlo thill ho thought was
cough medicine hurriedly look a drink
but he found It to bo carhollu nold.
Ho lu still on lliillil diet.
Kim le Creek tlmore will give an on
lertnlumeiil mid basket social Satur
day, February II. All are cordially
Invited to intend.
Mr. slid Mis. Jones wero Portland
visitors last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Dourlass and
Mis. Waller Douglass were tho guests
of Mr. and Mi s How let! hint Thurs
1 1 1 y . It was the birthday of Mr.
Himlclt, and nlno of Mrs. Will Doug
lass, mill so they celebrated together,
Mrs. II tl. Huntington railed on
Mrs llowlett Sunday,
Miss Ulna iMiuglass railed on Mrs.
llowlett Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Douglass wora
iho guesis of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey
Glli Saturday n I k It t mid Sunday.
Will went down for thn purpose of
going panther liunliiiK. .Them have
been reports of a cougar or panther
roaming around that part of tho coun
Noah Stlngley was seen on thn hill
Sunday. . , ,
I lie former schedule at thn Methodist
and Christian churches. Sabbath
school nt 10 a. in, Instead of 11.30 as
lias been the csno since Ihn Evange
listic meet lugs have been In progi ens.
William Knight lost a fluu cow on
Christian lliotliers Athletic Club
team defeated tho Oak Grove senior
athletic club team Saturday, January
is. In Green's hall, Score 3S !9.
Ilobait llarblir. of Portland, Visile. I
Ills Mis Verun Vetein a few days last
' Mrs. Fred llurgovne left Monday for
i Uonebiun (o visit her uinio before re
; turning to Molilalia. Mrs. Nettle llur
! go) tie iii-i'oinp'iuli'il Mrs. Fted llur
1 govne as (r us Wood'uini where she
will Unit fi lends this week.
! Mrs. Kilirl Relf la In Portland taking
can- of her sister. l.oltlc, who Is sick
i The Misses Relf ar expected home
Elmer Velelo has been awarded the
contract of building G. II Urown's
Mr. Relf has a fine bunch of Fot
Terrier pups ut his place.
Karl Wink got a couple of his fln
geis crushed Saturday of last week.
In the rugs at Doernbecher' mill.
tiin Slyter and Mr. Iturgoynn were
cruising a bunch of timber on tho
west side of the river the first of the
Joe lvclk mid Earl Wink were
Oregon lily visitors Monday.
Geo Uitelle. M J. l-nello and A.
II. -Harvey attended the Congregn
llouul llrot In r hood banquet last Tues-
i,llv evening and roMirt very pleas-
Mr. Marlon Thompson entertained
last Tueiday at her home, Mr. Cald
well and her mother, Mrs. Shlnall, of
.Vancouver, II. C.
Mr Mulr has none to Myrtln point
to work on n dairy ranch for hi
brother-in-law. Arthur Itussell. Dur
ing his stay In this neighborhood tin
ha made many friends who regret
to see him leave.
Mrs. Frank lllack Is suffering from
a severo cold.
Geo. I.nelli! I hauling pot aloes (o
New Kru Ibis week.
Mrs. Kydd and her children leav
for Glasgow, Scotland, tomorrow.
The poslofflco has been moved from
lis old place lo II, J. Ileri;' store.
W. S. Tail, who has been quito sick,
Is slowly recovering
Mrs. A.usve, who ha been very sick
with pneumonia, ha taken a turn for
Woodlo Andrew has gone to Me
Mliiiivllle to helji In Ihn revival meet
Iiiks held at that place.
Mrs. Crcscraft, our school principal,
ha, been quite sick at her home In
port land. Wo have had no school for
.loo Willed has gone In Cotlaco
Grove to sen hi little girl, who I not
expected to live.
Mr. Irwin's have Just had elertrlc
light put In their bouse.
Mr. Osborne, of Oregon Clly, ha
been visiting with her sister, Mr.
Ilurdolto slnco Saturday.
ha hi specialty, Ours I prompt and
satisfactory work. Nowhere In town
ciin you find such hlch grade good,
first clans workmanship and prompt
sorvlco combined with hiicIi
a we are now offering Ail plumb
er' supplle constantly on hand.
P. C GADKE
Tinning, Hot Air Furnace and
Hop Pipes. All Kind of Job
bing and 8praylng Material.
814 Main 8t. Phone 2654.