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OUIOflON CITY KNTRUWtlHK, FRIDAY, FE UNITARY 10, 3911.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 7
! We Pay Cash !
For all Country Produce
DON'T FORGET US
Store and Warehouse
Cor. J Oth and Main Sts.
I LOCAL liRIEPS
Pr. 1. (I. Ice, Itnoma 4, 6 And 0,
l.ii . inn Kviiiih, of M ti 1 1 mi, wus In
Oregon City H'tt urtliiy.
Churlcs Niilillll, i'f Needy, was In
Oregon City on turn I ii I'M Monday,
I'. U Coleman, (it Cniiby, wns III IliU
li y Miiiuliiy nnil Tuentlny.
II. W. 1'iirry, tf Denver Creek, wns
In i til m uliy mi WiiHliirHN Monday,"
W. W, Kveihart, of Molnlln, win
niiioug thii Ori'Kuii City visitors on
Fi iiiih Mikcim, nf M 1 1 L 1 1 1 it , win In
Oregon City 'I Inn h. In y mul Friday tin
J. V. Delhiine, of Wllmiiivlllti, wet it
lii ihlM t'liy mi WViltx'mlny mul rou
littered nt I hn Electric llutol.
Frederic Volin mi, ftumerly of Murks
buig, lull now (if 1 'oil l.i tul, im In
(iri'Kott City on IhihIiixhm Friday.
liiMnK" Gregory, Hid teasel grower
of Mnliilln, Iiiih returned to hi homo
ItTUr a busliiens (rip to thU city.
Fred Hchnfer, tho sawmill mull of
Molull.t. wns In tlil city on business
Hutiirtlity pertaining to his sawmill.
There vviih no school nt Twilight
Miiiuliiy on nceouiil nf thti illness of
thii leiteher, M Iih U'ltnlti McDonald.
Frrd (ierber, oliti of flip prominent
farmer, of Iikiiii,, was triiiinac'tlng
business in Oregon City on Hitturduy.
J. Wiiiulcrlce. of Ddiiiild, wus In
(irt'Kon City on business Thursday
nml Friday, registering nt Ilia F.loc
trlr. Mr, Hurley Ogle, of Cimliy, wns In
Oregon City on buslnnia Tuesday, re
luming to her homo on the evening
Kin- Ciilo nml Ernest I', Kiinil,
nftcr visiting nt their hoinc In till
tit y, ri'tiirtit'd to Kslncndn Hundny v
Saturday I 111" hint dity of tho big
sale at Tnlpnlnr s
J. K. Vlck, who resides ntiur Molnlln,
nut) J. It Vlck, of Molnlln, were among
tlin Oregon City business vlnltum uu
petition for"lettcre of ndmlnlstrn
lion wns fllt'd yesterday In the ytnto
of Hnmnnthtt Juno IHivl. Tlio estate
I valued Ml $.1l)0.
John Conor, of Mnliilln, olio nf the
prominent llmhormcli mid ranchers of
thril plnre, wus In Oregon City on
Thursday nml Krlilny.
George Hnwloll, of Dover, wn In
Oregon City tho luttt'r part of tho
wi-ik. Mr. Kawtoll I n well known
Clnt'knnm county farmer.
A. Newell, onu of the prominent mid
well known farmers of llitiiiimcti, wn
transuding business iMTtnluliig to
rond nintier on Thursday.
Mr. M. II, Cinry, inntlit'r of County
School Superintendent T. J. Gary, I
vnry ill nt hir homo nt Willamette
with nn nttni'k of pneumonia.
Attorney Fred J. Mi'lndl nnd fniiilly.
of Portland, spent Hnnilny with Mm.
Melndl's parents, Mr. nml Mm. George
Ijizollo, at Mountain Anil fiirm.
MIh Lurlollo Hniimcr, who linn been
visiting Ml Orvn Kreylng, ni lilnd
mono, hns returned homo lo I'ortlniid
nficr n pleasant tlmo with frlond hero.
I'rof. Horner dollvt-red n Ifctnro
Hiilnrdiiy fvt'iilntr. nt I'lirkplnco on
Atlii'im, Knypt I'1" H(,y I J"1-
Thrro wn nn nppreclutlve ntidltinco
. Mr. nnd Mm. A. O. Krlol, MIh Itom
Ik, of thin city, npent Snturdny nt llnr
low with MIh Crocrnft, who In tench
lug there. They iilmi nttouded the
locnl liiHtltuto nt rnnhy.
If you nio In need of hoimchnld
Kood mil nt I. Tolpolnr'n n Snturdny
will ho I (to liiNt dny of tho IiIr Halo.
MIh 1'loreiico Wiiiik, primary tench,
or of the Cniieinnh Hchotil, left for
Canity Krlilny evening whero hIio
Hpenl Sutiirdny nnd Huiulay with her
purentH, Mr. nml Mr WniiR.
Tho innchliieiy for tho new plnnltiK
mill on Molulln nvemie, to ho liiHtnlled
hy KiuHcIh Welch, hn nrrlved via
Hunt hum I'nelfft: nml will bo enrted
to tho ki'iiuikIh n h HiMin iih jioHHlblo.
LAND AND CITY PROPERTY
We want 15 aeree of land with
out bulldlngi In the vicinity
of Mt, Pleaeant.
We want 15 acrei within two
or three mllei of Oregon City
th.it will grow good fruit.
We want 15 to 30 acrei In the
Willamette or Clackamaa
We want a good ranch price
not more than $1000 to trade
for caih and property near
the car line.
We want a houio and lot In
Oregon City that can be pur-
We want 15 to 30 acre on the
OUR PORTLAND AGENTS
ARE CALLING FOR ALL
80RTS OF CLACKAMAS
WE HAVE MONEY TO LOAN
ON GOOD SECURITY.
CROSS & HAMMOND
Attorney at Law.
Wo mnko n specialty of Ivind
Titles nnd AIISTUACT3.
Beaver Building, Oregon City,
Clnirle lledimimt, iiittt of (hit iironil
iient rt'Hlilenli of JeunliiK IxiIko, nml
'tin of Mm oiiIIiiihIiihIIi; ,nMir of
I'luiliaiiiii couiily, wiin trniiHiii'lliiK
liilMlni.it In OicKon City WcillieHilny,
A. I IIiiiih.h, of Wlllaitiotlit, uf
feiliiK rnnii nn Injury lo hi rlulit Mldo.
H rell In hi linni whlln liaiidlliiK
""in" liny nml In fit 1 1 1 n k Htiuik liltt
"hln nnil It l IhniiKlit Injured hln
Ml" Norn CiUwnll, who hn het-n
vImIIIiik with her mini, Mr. K. M.
Hiiiuwiii, of Hiililinrd, hn riiturniid lo
Oiviioii Clly, nml will work In llio of
fle' nf Hherlff Miiiim durlii( the tax
MIh i;thel Hlidey will nnlvo hiiliio
TilfHiluy evenliiK f i out Cili(nii(t, whine
ithtt la iilliimlliiK tlin CnlveiHlly of
Oi'i'Kom, havliiK t lit) remuliider of tho
-ek iih it viicnlliin, helriK tho cloKo
of Hi" fllHl Iti'iiinHtirr.
There wan u luiiiih of niuile r-
eelvcil nt Hut wnrerooin of the Dm
noli Clly Krult mid I'rodiico Ciilnii
Monday, lhl mulilnu llm thlid run-
Hlitniiient of product for tlin new of.
(leelH lii iIIhpiiho of,
Mr, llniry (iordoti, of Ciuihy. wan In
llii. clly ycHtcnluy vliiltliiK friend nnd
relative; UiIh wiin lln yiiiing iiiiiu'h
Inline until Im nml IiIk hrnther. Km 1 1
tloriltiii, heKiill IiiihIikih In tho thrlvliiK
little hniK to tho Hitutu.
Mr. Vl.ihi DoiikIhh, of llitrlnn, nml
Mr. II. H (illiHiin, of tho imi place,
were In Olck'on Clly on hunlne Tile-
lay. Mr. (llliHon formerly Prided In
OroKiin Clly, nnd wiin oiio of Clnckic
ma cnuiity' InHlriicluiH,
l.e Cnulleltl nml party cointHied
of Hiilmit Citufleld nnd Tim Mclintcli
lo, who niivo lieen HiirveyliiK for A.
Allen, ouo of tho prominent far
mer of HprliiKwnU'r, returned lo Oro-
koii City TliurHilny evenlmr.
Mr. Henry KtrnhlK, Mr. nml Mr.
loot, tho latter who uro from Minna-
npollH, Minn., nnd who aro making an
Kleiitleil vIhK In the Went, went to
New ICra Hiindny morning where they
Hpent tliiiilay vlnltlng with frl Ih.
Alfred WoolHey, of IChIiiciuIu, who
wn liil.cn In and chnrged with drunk-
H..HH M.in.lay, wn arraigned before
Itecorder Htlpp Tiieday nml iiHeHNed
a fine with tho alternative of ten day
In Jail. Having no money ho wn lent
to Jail lo lay It out.
Andrew KtM-her, of Can by, iiecnm-
pitnled by hi Hon, Calvin Kochor,
were In Oregon Cltv on liiiHlneH Krl- 1
day leaving In tho aflermHUi for Port-
Intiil, where they will trniiHiict biixl.
lie mid purchnHo k.kkU for their bunl-!
ImuBc In Cnnby. j
V. K Hlrnng from Hubbard, ha ;
purcluiHed the f'hrlHt I llo, mi limine, on j
Molnlln avenue, nml will m,ovo In thl I A t oininllteo hn had thl matter tin ire i-wuK i.ir t.i h.mu.- mi mntunti
week Mr. Strung hn the manage. : tier InveHtlgntlon for aeverul week, Oregon. The member are very ad
men! of the poach orchard at I'earh being apu.red by the report that i lv In puKhliig the club ahead, and he
Orovo. above tho city, nnd will make! there I work In the mill here for ! fore Hummer Ml. probable that many
hi h - In Oregon City. '' married men. but Ihnt no hoiiRea are I new homes will be built In that thrlv-
K tl Miller of KnllHpoll, Mont., Ih to bo had at a rental that can be paid ! IK auburb. all through the efforts of
Waiting 1,1 daughter ami son, MIhh out of tho wages paid in tho paper j the members of thl organization. Al
Mlller mid Curtl Miller, at Jennlng mill. Considerable enthusiasm wn ready a banquet Is being planned.
Ixslg... .Mr. Miller I Impressed wlih nt first manifested but sober second ! which will take place In the near fu
that land along the rarllne, and may thought convinced the committee that j lure when some of the best speakers
deride I.) purcbaso a tract of land at! the scheme was not sufficiently rose-. In tho county will be Invited to give
ihnt place In the near future. ato ns a purely buslnees proposition. , talks. The date has not yet been set.
Joseph Kriink Schmidt., of Duluth, ! nnd It ha therefore been abandoned.
Minn , has arrived with hi family and Chairman Krntik Hunch of tho com-1 FISCHER MILL BRIDGE
I going Into living qunrler on an mlltee, suggested that me Jjv0 w ires
S aero tract ho ha Just piirt hasvd at bend their effort toward promoting Vewe(j By tne County Court and Ex
Clermont. Ho will begin Monday to ; the construction of a railroad to Mo-1 pert Thursday.
build n rottago on hi acreage, and Is lalln. i Tnp Comily Court gI),.Ilt niost o th(.
going to erect a nent llttlo homo. , rA 0c nKl day Thursday at Fischer's mill, view-
H. H. Tabor has purchn-ed nn acre : TWO FARCES ON PROGRAM. ( f)o Bo ftt clpar Crm.k
in the Metdrum trncl anil will have, - , w,ere the bridge was washed awa
It cleared In readiness for the erec-; Program at Clermont Wedne.day Ev- ir )h( ,uo fl(10i, Ag ,hlg
Hon of a handsome cottage this 'nil
Ho nnd Mrs, Tabor lire getting ready
to go to Cannon lleiich, near Seaside,
whero (hey will open their summer
hotel In a few weeks.
Mr. W. II. Richardson, of Koael.urg. ;
Oresoti. wn In thl city yesterday a i
guest nt the home of Mr. nnd Mr, j tho Doctor was followed with a gener
A II. Wllmot. He hn Interests at j al program.
Oak drove, whero ho formerly resld-1 Messrs. II. Kuppenbcnder, John
ed. and lias a ranch at Kstncnda, where J
hu will rusticate for a few mouths and '
In tho meantime seo what can he dono
In cleaning It up. ;
AmotiK those who wero In (Ills city;
from Cauhy. wJio attended the nnnual !
meeting of the Clnckamns County !
Fnlr Association held at the Comtner-,
clal Club rooms on Saturday afternoon
wiro (I. V. Kesselrlng, (). It. Muck, !
R. S. -'oo. Wesley Itlggs, C. N. Walt,
M .1. U.e. A. M. Vlnvard. Chnrles I
Lucht Appeals to Circuit Court.
The rase of tho State of Oregon vs.
Fred Lucht, who was convicted on the
chnrge of fencing a county road, has
been appealed to the Circuit Court,
nml tho transcript of the appeal from
Justice Samson' court was filed
Baled Hay Received at Warehouse.
Several tons of baled liny hnve been
received nt tho wurchousn of tho Ore
gon City Fruit nnd I'rodiico I'nlon,
under consignment to tho Union. Oth
er consignments nro promised of fruits
nnd vegetables but the rontls aro sort
and tho farmers lire a llttlo slow In
turning out under these conditions to
deliver anything that has weight.
Will Install a Planing Mill.
Francis Welch, who owns the lum
ber yard on Molnlln avenue, out Ely
way, has purchased a planing mill ut
Albany nnd Is shipping It to this city.
When It arrives and It Is aboard
train and enrouto Bomewhero It will
ho liisiallod on Molalla avenue and set
to work. A new building Is to be
built to honso tho machinery nnd give
the workmen a convenient and com-
fortnblo place to work.
Goes Back to the Asylum.
Andres S. Wlbom, of Mllwaukle
Heights, who escaped from tho Insane
asylum last Spring, wns taken In cus
tody Thursday night nnd wits returned
to the nsyluin Friday nftomoon. Since
IiIh escnpo Wlbom has been around
Mllwaukle Heights, but lie was Inof
feiiHlvo until recently, when his return
wns considered nocessnry.
Fixing Up. the Roads.
A. A. Allen nnd Chris Tellefson,
who live near the road thnt runs from
imbler's place In Upper Iigiin to the
Intersection of the Jake Horner road,
wore In the city Friday In relation to
n chnngo In tho county rorordH, that
tlo not agree with the rond ns Inld
out. They wero nccompanled ly sur
veyor Lee J. Caution.
A KICKING HORSE
Leads to a Family Feud In a Nearby
A ciiho In Justice Samson's court
Friday was Hint or Levi Stehmnn vs.
Ephrnlm James, notion for money. II
wan tiled to u Jury nnd took consid
ernble time for tho attorneys to argue
conditions. After wrestling wlih the
nroposltltin presented tho Jury said
it could lint agree, and wns discharged
by the c-urt.
According to the testimony plaintiff
borrowed a liorso of defendant nnd It
kicked his buggy to pieces nnd he
wanted defendant to settlo for tho
damago lo his huggy.
FOR RURAL ROUTE
LIVE WIRES ARC DETERMINED
TO OBTAIN BETTER SERVICE
OUT TO 6TAFFORD.
km TO CONGRESSMAN HAWLEY
Proposed Scheme to Erect Small Houe
e) to Accommodate Laboring
Men I Abandoned By
Tho IJ Wire nro Hllll umkliiK k
flKlit for tho eHtahllHhmeiit of n rural
fieit delivery rouio out of Ore((on (Mty
lulu tlin Hlnfford country, now pnrtlul-
Jy rovenul by a rural routo from Hher-
wood, WiinhliiKton County. Htnffoul I
only hI tnllt-H from Oii-koii City, yet
tho farmer of-1 hut Hurl Ion receive
their mull In H roundabout way, letter
nnd paper flrnt koIiii? from Orenon
City lo I'orllaiid nnd then out to Hher
wK)d. Through till con me, It tuke
a letter two tiny to et from Orexon
Clly Into a place only lx in lie away.
It I proHHed to take Nome of tho
territory from one of the Hlierwood
route ami cHiitlilltth a new routo from i
Oregon City running pant Willamette, I ""iey ioiu now uio leiepnone a.-rvice
but the Uvo Wlrei encountered their,1" JemiliiKH WdKn could be Improved,
flmt Htunibllng block when they a) 'and thl" matter t nc.o be taken
! plied to tho poKiniUHter ut Hlierwood
for a tracing of tho route In order to
pr I Intelligently, That official re -
j fuxed to fiirnlith lhl tracing and ajn"a ""Hn nlBn wl" "mK 'ner report
, there I no way to compel liiiu to ac -
ceed to the wIhIic of tho Oregon City
people who are IntereHted In procuring
better nuUI aorvlee for the Stafford
realdein. It Iiiih been decided lo take
up the mutter with CongreHHrnnn Haw.
ley nt WiiHhlngloii. City Itecorder L.
Htlpp wan liit TueHdny npixilutcd a
commllleo to comiiiunlento with Con-
KrcHHiniiii llnwley, with the object of
obtaining n tracing, and when that I
HiK-tiretl, there will be Houielhlng to
The Uvc Wire have concluded not
lo rather a pluu to lortn a company to
building mnull limine In Oregon City.
enlno Was An Interesting One-
At the weekly meeting of the Cler-.
moot literary society Wednesday ov. :
enlug Dr. Hoard, who has made a re-
cent visit to Ihe Vrllowstono Park.;
gave a snort atmrcs tin ine par at.u ,
what he saw there. The address
Cnffney and (loo. Kordaawnt wore ap-
pointed a committee lo see what can.
bo dono towards Improving the con -
dltlon of Molnlln avenue, which rutin
out Into tho Clermont country.
Messrs. Fred Wourms. II. Kuppen -
bender and Mr. I'ugh were appointed
a committee to Investigate tho matter
r building a cross-country roau irom
tho Molalla road to tho Highland, run-
nlng through the Hood farm.
A nnslderabU) discussion was given
'to tho possibilities and benefits to ,
I come, from the fruit and produce uu-,
Ion. ; ;
Tho I lermont society will give a i
home-talent entertainment on Satur- i
dny evening, February 11, at 8 p. m- Following tho programme the elec
Thero will be two f.'.rcea given, "The . ,n 0f officers took place, and the
Snlckles Family,' 8 characters; and following were chosen: President,
"let an Parle Krnncas." 7 characters: Ui j, iji.elle; vice-president, Charles
"The IltKk Agent," 4 characters, and ' Caldwell; secretary, Curtis Dodd;
a minstrel show. Everybody is Invlt- j treasurer. Miss Iessle McDonald; sor
ed. ; gennt-at-nrms, Clinton Illack.
NO NIGHT HUNTING.
Proposed Law for the Protection of
Few Remaining Deer,
It shnll be unlawful at any time
within tho State of Oregon, between
ono hour after sunset and one-bnlf
hour before suiirlso of any day of nny
vear to "hunt, pursue, tnkc, kill, In
Jure or destroy any deer; and It shall dealers In and aiiout Oregon t. uy to
bo unlawful for any person to take, I take up the matter of establishing a
capture, kill or destroy. n any open I similar business in this city. It has
season, more than three deer. It shall I been pointed out by those Interested
be unlnwful within the Stato of Ore- i that It would prove both profitable and
gon, nt any tlmo, to sell or offer for I an accommodation to hnvo such an In
sale, barter or exchnngo any deer j stitutlon at homo here, bringing many
whatsoever, or the meat or flesh of i
anv deer. Any person violating nny
of the provisions of this section shall
bo deemed guilty of a iiilsilemeanor,
and upon conviction thereof, shall bj
punished by a flno of not less thun
$50 nor more thnn $25(1, or by im
prisonment In the county Jail of tho
county wherein such unlawful act wan
comnilttced for not less than Blxty
days nor more than ninety dnys, or by
boih such flno nnd Imprisonment.
$16,000 E8TATE PROBATED.
Will of Wealthy Farmer Is Filed In
Valued at $16,000 tho estate of the
lato James Wesley Douglass was ad
mitted to probate Tuesday afternoon,
nnd Mrs. Viola A. Douglass, the wid
ow, was named as exocutrlx. Judge
Gordon E. Hayes Is attorney for the
estnto, Douglass left n will, In which
ho bequeatliB 40 acres to his widow
nnd V'lght sons nnd two daughters,
sharo and share alike, nnd CO acres to
his wltlow, nnd In event she mnrrtes
again, this property Is to go to their
children, In equal shares.
WANTS TO COLLECT.
Holds Promissory Note for $5000, and
Charles Olson has filed suit against
William S. Rawhouse to recover $5000
on a promissory note nnd $500 attor
ney's fee. It Is chnrged thnt the note
was executed nt Woodburn, Or., Dec
ember 20, 1907, nml that no part of thp
principal or Interest hns been paid.
Tho nolo was socured by mortgage on
SO acres of Innd, of which 15 acres
have been released. Along wlih tho
complaint, a motion hns been filed to
restrain the defendants from cutting
tho merchantable timber on the land.
FRUIT BUSINESS MEET
LISTENS TO AD
DRESS ON ORGANIZATION.
Tlin flmt reKuliir mwUng of the
JetiuliiKH IhIko Ootiimiinlty Club win
held WedlieHiliiy evenliiK nt tho lletz
coiiHiirvntory ut JeiinliiK Indira. There
wn n Inrito nltendaneo, about 75 pen
pie, all of whom were very enthiiHliin-
t If: over tho huHlm-H ihnt ya taken
up for roiiNlderiitlnn and acled ujxin
Although tho club organized a few
week ko, It hn a iiieiuherMhlp of
r.r,, there being 29 member taken In
nt the ineelliiK of Wi'dficmliiy night,
and in any more are cniiteuiplittliiK be
comiiiK memtier Hi the near future
There wn much Important IiunIiip
tmiiHiteied W'ednoHdiiy night, and now
committee appointed." The report of
the committee were heard and ap
proved, one of tho commit tee being
dlKchnrged, till committee' tnnk wai
to look after the drainage along the
county rond, and a the work of lay
ing the cuivcrt wn on Thumday com
menced, it wn thought iinneccmtttry
for lhl committee to act further. Thl
committee conlted of William Rohh,
(!-orge Shaver and Will ThompHon.
Charle ninley, member of the Oak
drove Improvement Club, wai pres
ent and addreod the member. Mr.
j l by "'" a committee wn ap-
i i'"'"-u mm t:uii....m u oi j. a. juhii-
1 "". Hnn7 rainton and a. r. RiibhcII,
1 1,1 Al '"uuiir.
I Among thoo who gave Intcresllng
' '"'M" '"o emu, n orgnnizanon ann
i '"n we-rg mat na ana win i,e piannea
! nccompllHhed durlTig the coming
'ear were Charles Redmond, Charle
: Slocnm, Rert HuHHelt, P. D. .NrBll,
John Jennlng, W. I Flnley. Other
a'"" talked In the InicroKt of the club,
i nnd which added much to tho IntereKt
' 'I' meeting. Among tho vlHltor
; present was William Haliormnn, of
i "rant PnH. Mr. Habernian ha pro-
perty Interest here, and It is probable
' t"-.,u,i- n uicmwi i nun
! Jennlng Uxlge Community Club
accommodates a largo number of peo
plo the Court Is atulotiB to begin con
struction work as soon as possible
and are taking steps to let the con
tract and get It under way as soon as
.. . Th ,,,,. wn0 erected
the bridge at Mullno was on the scene
nt the Invitation of the Court, and will
likely put In a bid for Its erection.
SUCCESSFUL MEETING SATURDAY
Twilight Literary Society Elects Offl-
j cem Good Program Given,
, The TwtllKht Literary Society held
;,,,,,, of (ue ,08t successful meetings
, tnlt nBII 10Pn n,,d this winter at the
, Twlllcht school building on Saturday
'evening, and this wns one of largest
- attended since Us organization. A
, nroeramme consisting of vocal nnd In-
slnimental selections nnd recltallotu
w,,re enjoyed by the audience, consist
lug of Miss Lessle McDonald, chnlr-
, mis8 iura Hylton and Mr.
Meier, Is deserving of great credit.
LOCAL CREAMERY WANTED.
The Establishment of Such a Business
at Aurora Causes Inquiry.
The incorporation of a company at
Aurora to do a general creamery busi
ness and to mnko and sell butter and
cheese has led certain farmers nnd
dollars Into Hie city in vnr.ing iorra
and making It convenient for farmers
living near here to chnnge their dairy
products into cash on short notice.
CREAMERY FOR AURORA.
Local Company Incorporates With
Three Local Capitalists.
" The Aurora Creamery Company has
been organized at Aurora and Incor
poration papers asked for of the Sec
retary of State. Those whose names
are Included ns incorporators are Dr.
n. F. Glesy, A. II. Will and Henry I
Iteuts, all being residents at Aurora.
The capitalization will be $2500.
Tho Incorporation stipulates that tho
company may carry on the business
of making butter and cheese nnd may
buy nnd Rell milk, cream, butter and
cheese, and do the general business
of a creamery.
j TAKE THE HINT:
You can get the best that
money can buy If you buy of
our new stock of canned Table
Fruits. They have the delici
ous, ripe flavor. '
WILL SPEAK HERE
JUDGE HENRY McGINN HAS BEEN
INVITED TO TALK HERE ON
LINCOLN DAY. j
PUBLIC CELEBRATION IS PLANNED
Afternoon Address In Shively Opera !
House on Sunday, February !
12 Other Local Speak- ,
ers to Talk. I
Mayor Hrowncll has called a public
meeting for Sunday aflernrmn, at 2:30
o'clock, of February 12, in Bhlvely
opera house. The meeting Is to be
In commemoration of the birthday of
Abraham Lincoln, the great common
er, and the exercises will be appropri
ate to that occasion. '
An effort will be made to have a
very Instructive and enjoyable meet
ing and to that end Judge Henry K
McOInn, of Portland, has been Invited
to speak. The Judge will be followed
by local speakers and the program will
bo one of much Interest.
Judge McCInn is believed by many
to lie the most brilliant and enter
taining public speaker in this part of
the State. All are cordially invited
to bo present on this occasion. '
DEATH WAS SUDDEN
IN PORTLAND HOSPITALTALLS FROM A TRAIN
MRS. M. C. W00DARD NEVER RE
VIVE8 FROM EFFECTS OF THE
ANAESTHETIC USED. .
Mrs. M. C. Woodard. wife of Ashton
Woouard, of this city, who was taken
to the tiooa bamarltan Hospital in
Portland, where an operation was to
be performed, died Saturday morning
on the operating table, and her re -
mains will be brought to this city for
burial. The arangemcnts for the fun-
oral have not yet been made by ber
Mrs.' Woodard was born In the state
nf Pen,vivnni t.. ti in onH ,
time of her death was C3 years old,
her maiden name being Mary Hemen
ger, and was the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Hemengcr, the latter of
whom Is residing In the state of New , ne wa,8v" Jears oi age. one came
York, and will reach his 94th birthday here with her family a short time ago,
next month. Mrs. Woodard's mother and has since made her home at Glad
died some lime ago. Deccasjd was 8lone- She leaves besides her hus
unlted in marriage to Ashton Woodard band- the following children: W III am,
In ISM. at the close of the war. They ' f J- George and Frank Huard, Mrs.
resided in New York state until 1879, J- Sweeney, of Clackamas, and Miss
and from that state, moved to the state Ag1E' .of Gladstone,
of Kansas, where they resided for 20 ! William arrived here about a week
years when thev came to Oregon, and ! aS twm Chicago and Frank, who s
have made their home In Oregon City a conductor on the Northern Pacific
for the past five yearn. traln running out of Tacoma, was on
Mrs. Woodard besides leaving her j ay to his mothers death bed,
husband, Ashton Woodard, leaves the I whcn he fell from the fast moving
following children: Leonard and Ray:rilin rece Wing serious In uries and
Woodard, of this cltv; Mrs. Adelin es nw lying In the hospital at Ta
Secrest, of Portland, formerly of this coma, and was unable to see his
city; one sister, Mrs. Carol Moore, of : mother before she passed away. Al
Michigan, and a brother, D. Hemen- thoush she frequently asked for him
ger, of New York, besides her aged '"he died without knowing of his ser-
AT OLD HOME
AFTER SIX MONTHS
HENRY ELLIGSEN A VICTIM OF
CONSUMPTION WAS SICK BUT
A SHORT TIME.
At 10 o'clock Tuesday morning, at
his father's home In Stafford, Henry
Elllgson gave up this life and entered
Into the unknown beyond. Ho had
been sick for the past six months and
death was not unannounced. He was
a victim of consumption and at his
death was 2J3 years of age. The fun
eral will be held Wednesday, at the
family home in Stafford, with burial
In the German Reformed cemetery at
Henry Elligsen was the son of Fred
erick Ellipsen.nnd was a single man.
He leaves to mourn his loss a father,
a brother Albert and three sisters
Mrs. Lena Seeley. Mrs. Ella Peters and
Miss Rosa Elligsen all of Stafford
except Mrs. Seeley, of Woodburn.
Henry Elligsen was a farmer and
had always lived at the family home
nenr Stafford. He was a member of
the N. B. A. at Wllsonvllle, and mem
bers of that order will attend his fun
neral In a body. He Nvas also a mem
ber of Tualatin Grange No. 111.
Mr. Elllpsen had been sick for six
months. His first illness was nn at
tack of typhoid fever which developed
into consumption later. The funeral
will be held today at 11 a. m , with
Rev. Zimmerman officiating.
YOUNG MAN DIES.
Burial Services From Church at Stone,
Rev. Hayworth Officiating.
Tho funeral of Bert Wheeler, son
of Mr. nnd Mrs. Sol Wheeler, formerly
of Arthur's Prairie, but recently of
Portland, where the young man's
death occurred, was held Wednesday
afternoon nt 1 o'clock from the church
at Stone, the services being In chnrge
of Rev. S. A. Hayworth, pastor of the
First Baptist church of this city. The
interment was In the Pleasant Hill
Many old-time friends of the young
man attended tho service, both at the
church nnd grave. Mr. Wheeler was
about SI years of age, and his death
was caused from the grip, which was
followed hy blood poisoning. He was
a man held In high esteem by all who
DEATH OF MR. PETERS.
A Stafford Farmer Dies arthe Family ,
Home Aged 65.
Molnt K. Peters, a well known far
mer of Stafford, died at the family ,
home on Tuesday evening, after sev
eral weeks' illness.
Decensed was born In Germany and ,
has been a resident cf Ststford for .
some time. He was C5 years of age.
The funeral services will be conducted i
from tho family residence Thursday,
February 10, at 10 o'clock, nnd the !
interment will be In the Stafford ceme
Beginning to-day we are offering our en
tire stock of fine Ladies' and Gents' Um
brellas at one-quarter off from regular ,
Every Umbrella guaranteed to wear and
give complete satisfaction, if not good we
will make it good.
Regular $1.00 Umbrellas now $ .75
Regular $1.50 Umbrellas now. J.J 5
Regular $2.50 Umbrellas now 1 .75
Regular $3.50 Umbrellas now 2.65
Regular $5.00 Umbrellas now 3.75
See Our Window Display of These Goods
Burmeister & Andresen
Oregon City Jewelers Suspension Bridge Corner
WHILE ENROUTE HERE
MRS. HOWARD DIES IN GLAD-
STONE AFTER SHORT ILLNES3
CANCER OF STOMACH
,,.,. ,. ,
1 Mrs Mary Htiard, wife of 5 Hoard,
J , 0'adntone, died at the (ami y home
I,rlday afternoon at 3 o clock, from
' cant:" of ',h? "nach. The funeral
' servlces will be conducted . at St.
Jonn' ,Ca!hollc. cur,cn ,hl8 .mor"lng
at 9 o clock, and the interment will be
in the Catholic cemetery, Father Hille
Mm. Huard was born In the State of
! ,hio- and at the tlme ot her demise
j IOUS llljuili-s, as tuts waa acil iiuui
I her by her family.
DIES AT ST. VINCENT'S.
Many Yearn a Resident of This City
Wm. P. Vt'eismandel died Wednes
day afternoon In St- Vincent's hospital,
Portland, a victim of tuberculosis. He
had been sick for several months and
his death was not unexpected. He
was 68 years Of age, had Spent many
years in this county, and was a son
m tv. ti- A ) it,, a
of Mrs. John Weismandel, who lives
on Van Buren street In this city.
Mr. Weismandel had been a sick
man for several months and had tried
several of the health resorts In this
State and the East within the past
year. He was well known in this city
and county and leaves a host of
friends. H was a builder and had
the construction of the Fair buildings
at Canby but a short time ago.
The funeral services over the re
mains of William P. Weismandel, who
died at the hospital In Portland, on
Wednesday after several years Illness
of tuberculosis, were held on Friday
afternoon at the home of his mother,
Mrs. Phillip Weismandel, on Eleventh
street near Jackson street. The Im
pressive services were conducted by
he Oregon Lodge No. 3. of this ctly.
and many attended the funeral.
The members of the lodge attended
in a body, and the floral offerings
were beautiful. The interment was
in the I. O. O. F. cemetery. The pall
bearers were E. W. Scott, S. S. Walk
er, Harry Trembath, John Lowry, from
the local order of I. O. O. F., and O
R. Mack and Mr. Zee, of Canby lodge.
Mr. Weismandel has been an active
member of the I. O. O. F. lodge for
many years. There were many
friends of the deceased here from
Canby to attend the funeral .
Deceased leaves besides his wid
owed mother, the following sisters:
Mrs. Rose Howard, of Portland; Mrs.
Emma Phillips, of Eastern Oregon,
nnd Mrs. Nellie Lyons, of this city.
All Skin Troubles
Are overcome by using Dr. Bell's Anti
septic Salve. It is t pleasant to use
as pure cream and is guaranteed to
give satisfaction. 25c a box at Geo. A.
I. i , i i f' 1 I . ;
Wc sell this substantial built Fence
for X 0c per foot
HARDWARE AND FURNITURE
BY BUYING NOW
8ICK BUT TWO WEEKS.
8carlet Fever Claims a Victim in Per
son of Miss Dorothy Gray.
Dorothy, the 12 yearold daughter
of prof, and Mrs. J. W. Gray, of the
West Side, passed away at the home
Thumday night, after an Illness from
quinsy which terminated In scarlet
fever. The little girl had been ill only
a short time. Dorothy was a general
favorite with her schoolmates, having
been a pupil of the West Side school
since moving to that place, with her
parents. The family formerly resided
In Alaska, and afterwards moved to
their home at Greenpolnt, where they
remained until moving to their farm
on the West Side. Miss Dorothy was
born in Oregon City.
The funeral services will be con
ducted at 3 o'clock today and a service
will be held at the grave at Mountain
View cemetery. Rev. Wm. Proctor,
pastor of the Congregational church,
DIES AT SANDY.
An Old Pioneer Who Came Across
Plains in 1862-
After a brief Illness Mrs. Mehala
Stone, of Sandy, died on January 27tb,
and was laid to rest in the cemetery
at Cherryville on Sunday afternoon.
Mehala Hannahs was born on June
5. 1831, In Ohio. She was married to
Elijah Stone in 18C1 in Shelby Coun
ty, Missouri. They crossed the plains
by ox-team in 18G2 and lived in Oregon
They then moved to California, but
returned to Oregon In the Fall of '73
and later settled on the present home
stead near Cherryville.
Mrs. Stone was the mother of seven
children, six of whom survive her.
The husband died in 1879 at the age
of 78 yearn.
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh
that Contain Mercury,
u merrar? will mmij destroy the iptiw of imril
and cotnpittflr dt-miev ttw whole eystem vttrn
entering II tlinxwh the mueoua turlkcea. Sucli
rllctrs should never be turd except on preirflp
tlom from rrpuuble puywlcuuii. u tne daman they
win do la tea told to the Rood you can pomibtr de
rive (rom them. Hille Catarrh Cure, manufactured
by F. J. Cheney A Co.. Toledo. O., eontajni no mer
cury, and la taken Internally, actlntr directly upon
buying HH1 Catarrh Cure be rare you art tlx
I i ? nITr"Tv!!Lf TcMo'
Onl. ty F. J. Cheney A Co. Tretlmontatl tree.
rna oy orurtisti. enee, ie. per not tie.
Taaa Uall't Family FUla tor constipation.
Born, at Willamette, on January 31,
to the wife of Al Granquist, a 10 14
pound son, Dr. Hugh S. Mount attend
ing. A new baby boy arrived at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Soesbee, at
Steals Energy and Will Power From
Catarrh robs Its victim of energy
some physicians say of will power.
That may be the reason why thou
sands of catarrh sufferers haven't am
bition enough to accept this fair and
square offer by Huntley Bros. Co.
which It makes without any whys and
wherefores or red tape of any kind.
Huntley Bros. Co. says, "We guar
antee HYO.MEI to cure catarrh, acute
or chronic, or money back," and that
offer Is open to every reader of the
HYOME1 (pronounce It High-o-me)
is the purest Australian Eucalyptus
combined with Thymol and other germ
Pour a few drops Into the small vest
pocket HYOMEI inhaler and breathe
it Into the lungs over the Inflamed
membrane. Infested with catarrh germs
It is pleasant to use It kills the
germs, soothes the sore membrane,
and cures catarrh; if it doesn't your
A bottle of HYOMEI costs 50 cents
at druggists everywhere, and at Hunt
ley Bros. Co. A complete outfit,
which includes a bottle of HYOMEI,
a hard rubber inhaler and simple in
structions for use costs $1.00.
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