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OREGON CITY ENTKUWilHK, Fill DAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1911.
Tim election IimvIiik gonn fur lm
provi'incnl II Is In ho Imped Mllwiiukln
will Im "liriml mil of Hit) mini." 'I'liuro
In no nhnlnclo In lh way mill mi on
ruiin why IIiIh Iiiwii rnu't I in put nil II
par Willi other growing Hiiluirlitf of
Portland, or ciiiiimii Ihoru Im qiilln ii
difference nf opinion mi to thn ntroi'lM
liiiprcivi'iiiniil hIiimiIiI Imi luinlit. Thin
Idea of iIIi'kIiik nut ii trench In Hut
mlclill)' nf Hie rnml Mini throwing III II
little grit vol In rt I n It nul nf sltthl, dims
imi rvi ii 1 ro iiiiirli i'imlnirini( skill,
hut Hi" properly nwiii'i'N Inivn In dig
down Ju i nitinii, InnliN roiiHiui
abb. In hunt I Im work ilium rll'lil III
Hut flinl ilni'ii, mill If miimt nf Hi i
wink iliiiin In nthur up in ilni.i townn
wnulil ni h mllcd uilr.ht prove ii
valuable Ii-iimjii mill It In In Im hoped
tint ri.tiiiil inlirln nf public ofllclali
will mil m nit it I ho ii'iiilt'H' money fur
Nliliiit initial lilfllrtni y I'Sperlllli'lllInK, II
In nil easy IhlliK In tilt nn n rnml roller
mill rock eiiiihor, inn) draw four or
ft vn ii i In in n il'iy, hut II In minlhiir
Ihlng In iiiiiKk it good Bin vlci'iihli' mill
economical at root nr rnml, Tim fol
low I iik In Hi" runnlt nf volea ciihI :
Hlrt'i'l IniprnniiiiniilN, yes, !M; no, ,'IU,
Hllllll Wfl liolll lllt'llllllll ell'lilOIIH, 'f'N,
K7; no, 411. Hluill Mlhuitiklo Npi'inl It n
own rnml tin, yitN, ION; no, 1. Hluill
Mllwniililn Umiii homlN for ir.niiu fur
Newer or Nlri'cl linprovoiuonlH, yes HN;
('iMint'll ini't In regular nesilnn
Ti'iliiy evening, February n, nml
look iip llm plumage of I In. i.rillnmirn
regulating thn nuliHiiiM, iiltin rnUi'il tint
NmiNin lliniiHit to $Hilil yi-ur. All or-
dlnniien In tetiiiliiln thn iirohllillliiv of
minor In ihn piMtl riHim. An ml
Jmiriifil mooting lo WmliiKNiliiy evmi
Iiik, I'i'Ii 15, will hi' hi'hl to I'ltnvnNN
Ihn lot I lot nml flnlnli up Noinn titi ft II
nhitil l-imliii-NN Hint wiin lirouiiht hitfnrn
thn ( nn mil. 'Ill I'll' will Im u pi'lltlnn
prPHi'iili'il for tlm Improvi'iimtit of
Main nm WunhliiKlnn nlr.'clN.
Hrvitriil pnilHoiiH nn In rlriMilnllun
fur Ntri't-t Improvnmi'lilN unil will Im
prrHniili'il to llm Clly Ciiiiurll lit tht
ni'ii ri'Kulnr n 1 1 iik
Thn t-f fnrt of tint t'nmnmrt'lul C'luli
In I'oiijimrllon with thn City ('diiihII
In piivn llm wny fur ntmi'1 Improve
nif n In tinM lif'ti crowiind Hllh mi'-'
Tlm ih'iftiT nnit'iiiliui'iit Niilnnltli'il
to I hit viiIith nt thn fliftliiii IiinI Mun
itny riirrli'il with It Inritn Nml liiiml
Nomn limjiirlt V, whli'll nIiiiwn tint piMtiit
lii'Mln to rt'iilUit Hint Imprnvnmi'iilN nrn
it ni'i'i'NNlly nml hiipo to m-n n Kii'iil
I'lintiKit hy Ihn t'lul of Ihn your.
Tlm I'ih'I miini In ttiovliiK to thn
imw Wrllnr hiillillmt, nml thn piitrmiH
nf thn poNlnfflrn will hnvn no furthnr
rttiiHit fur rnmplnlnt. It In liirKit nml
roomy nml tlm nvi'intt" M II wntik li'H
will hnvn mupln Npncit In hhiii IiIh
tlmn unil Ini'lili'iilnlly lil imniny.
Tlm l'nrtliitiil IjiIh'I t'o. linn opi'timl
up for IhibIiii'hh In Ihn oh! hoti'l liiilhl-
I iik In Ihn ipmrliTN fortmtrly iH-i'iiplH
hy tlm iifiim-t Wllliimi'ttn IMihllBhlnit
Co. Mr. Kliifl. thn proprietor, In n
It In In ho hnpml Ihn Kniiltmrn I'
rlflr It. (. Cn, will put nn nci'iit In
Ihn V'lllHliurn nml llmvorlnii ilnpot
horn, nn It In not vnry plnnNimt to
hnvn frnlitht mnl Imitunitn ilmnpml nf(
to lav In thn ttrt'iirhliiK rnln, will) nn
nun to lonk nftnr II.
Thn UK' fm-tory In rnmly In turn nut
null tllliiR nui'Ii u In iini'iI for purl I
I Imi n In firm rhiHH hulhtliiKN. Hnmo of
thn rluy win ImiKirlml from (Tilnn.
t'. t". Mullmi In hulhlltiK fl'" plnnnurn
hml for Cryidnl Ithe I'nrk, Mr,
Wll to npiiri-a no pnlim or lummy to
ninkn IiIn rnorl nltrnrtlvn
Thn Smoker Klvell hy Ihn Mllwnulrt
rommnri'lul rluh Krhlny nvenliiK wn
n Kimnl huiti'hn. Mr. K. ripnr wn
pri'NlilliiR offlrnr nml IniiitliiuiBler. nml
ilt'iiionNiinii'it IiIh nhlllly nn un orulor.
hnmnrlNt mnl I'lilnrtulner. A liirun
nml npprerliiHvn crnwil won pri'Nent,
Thn i-venliiK wnN elijuyi'il hv nil. Klf
tenn new niemherN were niltleil to thn
t'liilimerrlnl ('hih meniherHlilp.
Thn Mothers' nml Teneher' Cluh
will islU) Un piny Hittunluy nvnnliiK III
Ihn City Hull, eiilllli'il "A Str'nl h'atr."
(leiienii nilmlnHlon, Sli renlN. Hewrvnil
nnnlN, ,15 rnlHH. Clillilrnn 15 rniil.
All homo talent. All mum nml help
thn IIiivh' t 'lull nml k iihuihIiiiii.
Ilnmeniher Ihn liitNkrl Nnrlal Klven
Krhluy 'VeiilliK hy Ihn CrniiKe,
U'niiien'H Wnrk Cluh hehl u mielal
nt thn hniun of Mr. A. I'nillilN Weil
nemlay nfternnon. A very pleiiNiml
lliun wiin lnul h" nil prem'iit. ItefreNh
iiu'iiIn weio nerved hy thn hoNlnN.
Motlinm' nml TeiuherN' Chili will
meet !!. HI nt Ihn Ni'hnol IniUNti III
3 p. in. Iti'Killar inert Iiik.
I'rnf. tJeim wiin out WeilneNilny nv
ClilliK nml Hnvn tho rluh Hn f Irnt Ion
mm. Tlm rluh will ho rurnlnhnil iliimh
lirllii nml all appanttUN noeili'il. Thn
I'rnfeNHiir will roiiii' out ovnry Weil
nemlay ovnnlliK for tho prnBoiit,
Thn trnvelliiK llhrnry nrrlvml nt Iho
freo rnaillUK mom Krhtay nml lionk
nrn n iuly fur illNlrlhiitlnli.
J. A. I'elerHon In mil nun In nflor n
ullr.lit nttni'k of nppoiullelllN.
ChoBter Mi'l.niiKhllll Ih liimlliiK w"nl1
to nuirliel thin week.
Mayor KwIuk, of Mliilhorn, Iiiih hoen
miJuiiriiliiK I" l'ortland a fow days this
Mr. Shoppnnl nml wlfo, who former
ly llvoil In Mllwnulili', hnvo roliirnnil
nflor nil nlmeiirn of Novonil moiitliN,
mnl nuy Mlhviiulilo In khkI oinniuli for
Mr. nml Mm. Fred U'hnian wero
Piirllanil vlHllurn Tuomlay.
Mrn. Mnraml nf Qiilncy mhlltlon, wan
In Portland W'oummilny.
ChUH. Maple, now omplnyed In
Jnnrko PriiK Co., l'oitlalid, will reHlmi
hln poslllon nml k liin Mapln
I)i iik Co. nt Sixteenth and Alhortn
nlreelH with hln hrolhor.
Ceo. Klnno, Iho popiilax.mont onllnr
nml a fancy Imxer, hnn it hit? Jaw. Mr.
Hlnno HiiyM It In toolharho hilt wo
dniiht It UN ho o('H to Kellwood qulln
nfleii lo box wllh Iho hoyw, nnd wo
think ho mil n h'ld Hlnp In tho faro.
Mr. ("loo. Mnplo In oxpooled homo
from Colllo thin week In romnln por
mnnonlly. Iko Million Iiiih returned homo from
tho Hollwoml hoHpllal whoro 1m wiin
trontoil for typhoid fevor.
15, m. KnlloKR In moving "vor 1,110
Iho now Wotzlor hulldliiK.
Mr. 1'nrnlhin Iiiih rooovoreil from
rheumnliHiii ami hi Kflppo nml In nhle
lo ho out. s -
W. II. I'rnnk, our nmlahlo dniKKlHl,
hnn boon to Hnlem on IiuhIiionh mid
irvin'nleiil clmroh K. IlndolmuKh,
paBtor.' Snndny Bohool 10:30 n. m
I'loil lllrkomoler, miporlntondont.
ProitoliliiR nt 11:30 n. m. hy pnHtor.
Y. P. A. nt 7 p. m. Mm. Aila Wnllnre
llnruh, Stnlo Pronldont of W. C. T.
U. will glvo nn nddroHS nt 8 p. m.
Prnyor niootliiR Wodnoadny nt 8 p. m.
Choir practice Thursday evenliiR.
TniichorM' mcolliig Friday evening with
Itnv. J. C, Hmiuul.
.Mr. mm Mr. J, A. .lohiiMnn have
been ipilin hi f.,r Niiinit limn, inn! mih.
JnllllN'Mi In Hi III cnlllllicd o hnr hl'll.
Dr. Mount, nf Oregon city, In In lit
li'inlitii'it. Mini I.IIIIiiii WoHtorfloi, of Jnnoi
Mill, nml M in, .Miucilllh, wimii mining
lllilKn who hliVIl vl'tllld III 111.) Hi Inllll
dining llin wi'nlt.
Mr. nml M in. IIiikIi Itnhoiis enjoyed
a vInII from Mr, nml Mm. HIIiiii F.
Hriipluro, nf Oregon City, on Hiiinliiy.
Mr. Glenn Hech-y, of Mchlruin, has
ri'iiirnoil hoitni from n iwo iiiiiiiiIih'
vIhII willi Ii In griinilpniculH it t Hum-
Mr. II. II. KininniiN ri'liirin-il from
I'l llm nil Hit I n I u v win-in IiIn IiiiiiIiiinn
linri-itiN i-iilli-ii him for llm punt week
nml mi HiiiiiI iy wrni iicroiiipmilnil hy
Ml'N. KinnioiiH when Ihoy Hpi'tit tm
iluy ill "Hloini Guides,"
Alri'iiily n iiiiiiiIiit of Portland poo-
plit llin plmilllllK lo Hpi'llil llm Hlllll-
iiii in MiIn iilii.it, Mr, mnl Min,
('milling will occupy "lliiitiui VImIii" on
llm IiiiiiIin of thn willmiiititit, nml will
l oiiin mil fn in I'urtliiiiil April I,
Mr, J. , .Irimi-r nml noii, of Port
IihiiI, were nilliMN m tint Uulii- on
Mr. iiikI Min. lllrlu-tiN nml fmnlly,
of Portland, visited willi I hit I.. Wil
cox fiimlly tlm flrsl nf tho wink.
Mr. John IthiuinlH, of Oregon City,
" " culler at the Uidgn on Tuesday
MIiin Fern Hurt iiocoiiipiinled the
i Mleit I'Miih anil I.IIIIiiii oMcrllold
homo on Krlday nml wiin a Week end
urn "I nt tlmlr homn.
Min. Hill, of Yamhill, arrived hint
week to Npetlil a fort llllfllt wllh her
iluiiKhler, MrN. C. I', Morso nml will
ulmi vlnlt wllh frleiiilH lit Portland unil
IIIkIiIuiiiI In-forn hnr r"lurn homn.
MIhn ItnhliiNon, of Portlmid, Iiiih vIn
lled at Iho homn of Mr. mid Mrs. (!.
I). Iloanlman (JurliiR Ihn pant week.
Mr. I H lit It Hhnliiileld romlucled thn
prayer lunetlriK on ThurNiliiy nvnnliiK,
which wan oim of Hut iimM prnllliililn
niieN Imld I IiIn ynar. Tho Huinluy
ni liunl Ii'bbiiii wrni lukeii up nml IhoHn
Ii-hboiin In Old TeBluineiit hUlury urn
el tally InlnrenlliiK when tnltmi tii vUlior TueNiluy.
In 'hln wny. All lire rnrdlnlly Invited ; II. II. Warren nml H. M KinmnndN
to meet on ThurNiliiy, Kohrunry 10. J hnvn piirclniHed thn Hioro of (irnhmn
when Iho next weekly prnyor ineellnK A Hon mid will ho pleiiHnd to soo all
In held. old riiHtomorR nnd mmiy now onvR,
MIhn llroiite Ji'IiiiIiikn. of Wlchlln, j Mm. Alf Allen of Klitley, was In
nml kInIit MInn Klnreme, of I'oilhtiid, ! Porilmid TiieKilny.
wero vlNltom t Ihn T. J, HpiMinor j Mr? nml Mrs. L .VoithurR loft ThurB
hnuin nn ThurNiliiy. i duy fur Spoknno, WiihIi., to spend sov-
MrN. IIiikIi ItiibnrlH mnl little Hnl- j oral weeks with Mm. VoHhurR'S slnler.
mer wem niiiuiiK Ihn RiieNtN who woro : Himi. Hherk left TnoNdny mornliiK
il'illKhtfully eulerliilin d nt tho lioni" ' fur his mill over In WuNhlnRton, near
nf Mrs Frank 1 1' mnl in un In CluilNtnim Vnncouvor.
when eoviTN worn lit lit fur hIi ut B Mrs. It. U llerron. who hits hoen
very prettily apiKilnted Imliii lunch- ' iiulie nlek, In well ami nlilo to ho out
noii nn ThurNiliiy, j once moro.
Mr. nnd Mm. Juek Hampton have j Mm. Ilonnoy, of Woodhurn, spout
iniiin nut to tholr rottiiRn lo roinaln 'several days hint woek with her nlecn
durliiK thn Hiiniiiinr. Mm. It U llerron.
Two of our fnmllles will niovo from I Mr. J. tumrt tins a Hovnro co of
Hut IjhU-c durliiK this week. Mr. mid : lu Krlppo.
Mrs. KlriUBn hnvn decided to lm-ato j Mrs. HHoy siieiit WodnoNdiiy with
In I'orilnml, nnd Mr. nnd Mm. Kd j friends nt Woodstock.
Sinlih will movo nitNt of OrnKnn Clly. I Mrs. V. lllackohy, of Woodhurn, Is
Mr Wnldron has liimhor for IiIn j vlnllliiR wllh her hIhIit, Mm. U K.
now homo mid MnNHm. Wilrnx nml lietitley mid family.
ItUHN'il rommeiiHed tho hulhliiiR of j Mrs. Hoy lllnckohy and slater, Miss
thn hnutm on Wodnetidny. DirrlnR thn'Ahlo, woro Portland visitors Wednos
wti'k Mr. II. C. Pnlnton completntl a ' day.
drilled well for Mr. Wuldron on his Mrs. II. Pnynn, mother of Mrs. 1.
property on tlm corner of JntinltiKS j IC ArniNiniiiK. wnN tenclorod a postal
nvnnun nnd thn County mini. ( cunl shower on her oth hlrtliiluy nt
Mr. Ilohlmnn, who Iiiin Imen a vial- Mm. (iuy Detlollit's homo, nnitr Chor
lor at thn homo of Mr. ami Min, Chan. ryvllle, Kehmnry 15.
Ite'linund ilurliiR thn Inst week, hnn j a Valentine parly was Riven hy
returned to hla homo In Cnllfornla. j Undney MrArthur nt his homo Tuos-
AinmiR thoHn who hnvn hoen enjoy- iay evenliiR. (lumen wore plnyed tin
Iiir it ilnllRhlfiil visit with tlm IIiikIi! til R Into hour. A lunch was served
Meliovern family nrn Mr. Miller, of ; by Mrs. MrArthur. ThoHo present
Montana, James MoCtovern, of Prt- worn; MarKiirot lwis, Mary Stein,
land, Mr. McCovnrn, of SiMikano, and j kInIo Skllley, Kdna Shnltert. MndRO
C. U Smith, of liconners, Wnsh. j
MesHm. Shelby Shnvor nnd Wen'
dull Smith ulleluleil Iho Yalotilllio
parly Riven nt tho CnmtroKatlonal
rhurch In OrcRnn City on Monday
ovouliiR. Shelby and Wnndall lire
members of the Uimbdii Club, which
riivo the social nml they presided
mer the rniidy booth.
Mm. Campbell, of Ml. Tabor, will
visit a few days wllh hnr mother,
Mm. T. C. Hire.
Mr. Alex (ill! Is RradliiR on the
riverfront property of II. II. Kiumuns,
preparatory lo Iho bulldlliK of Iwo
summer cottaRoa which they will
build lo rent.
Mr. it ml Mrs. Jamc Welch. Mr. nnd
Min. limit nnd Mrs. llnllnck, who have
summer ImmeN nt this place, havo
taken up their renltlenoo hero mnl wo
are Indeed plonscd In hnvo them with
Tho PitHllmo Cluh. of Mold' tun. wns
ilellRlu fully entertained at tho homo
nf MrN. Chits, llnrrln on Monday.
Haliily and dellclnns rorresnmoms
wero served to the ten members pres
ent. MIhs Helen Palnlon attonded Ihn
Lincoln day exercises nt the Shlvely
opera hniiHo on Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. II. II. Kmnioiis, who contem
plated an Hastem trip when alio ex
pected lo visit In lluffalo nnd Now
York City, has been inuounaieiy iiubi
itoiu.it ns her brnlher. Mr. Newton
who sho wns to visit wns unexpected
ly railed to his business Interests In
tiio iltirimuln Inlnnds.
Dev. riniitol. of MllwnuUle, wns a
butiliioss ntller ul tho UuIro on Wed
nesday. Mr MrCluro. n rommorrliil photo-
Rrnpher of PortliindM has derided to
Hell his prettv riverfront property nt
this place, which Is beautifully located
between JonnlnRS avenue, and tho
MIhs KHrtin Nowell vlHltod with hor
hrolhor, Kdwlll Newell, ot roiunuu,
Coomo Dodiick roluwied homo Sat-
iirdny luoniliiR from Soutborn Oro
Ron. 'whoro ho has boon working for
ho vera I montlta.
H, o. Allen mid wlfo woro Portland
1). Toney, buyer for Llpmnn wtmo
You can't low thl!lrnd
rran ii. ii you plant
rcrry rfu yo
make Ihrm re
llahle. For ale
1811 Ut Annual
Iree oa request
M. FIRRY CO.
m T r.
ii Co,, of I'oilluml, loft for Now Yorl(
I IC. AniiNlroiiR nml U, ('. Wnrrnii
worn In OroRon Clly Hiitnrilay on
Hdwnril CoiiNlmiro, of lH AiiRoInN,
Cal., In vInIHiir wlih IiIn limit, Min.
1oiiIn llrmull, nml fmnlly, Mr, Con
Nlmien cxpeolN to Hell In III Ori'K'Hi,
nml In Iiik IiIh iimllier mnl nIhIitn horn.
Min. IC. AnnHiroliK mnl ilaiiKhter
lleHier, .woro I'orllainl HhoipnrH Knt
iirilay. Tho LiiiIIon' A hi met with Mrn, Arm
NlroiiK ThiirHilay itrterniHin mid flu
IhIii'iI up Homo work limy had nn hiiiul.
Ollly It few lllelllherH Worn pn-NOIll.
Arthur (iiiihmii In In Ihn nioio iikhIii
nml Kind lo ni'ii nil of IiIh old frloiulH
mid ciiHlomorH, who woro nil vnry
kind lo Hon him.
1'rli'inln of Mr. nml Mrn. IIiikIi ('.
Knim nro 'nni;rtiiiilailiiR thorn on tho
hltth of a iilnii-piiiind y.r, horn Feb
i un i y ii, Moiiii-r mnl ilniikhier ilolm:
MrN. ft. C. Aloxmiiler, who hits honli
ipilin Hlrk, In ImprovltiR.
,1. II. Criiliiiin linn u Hcvero lit lurk
nf hi Ki'lppn.
MIhn ChrlNllo I'lilortnliieil fifteen
linly frleiiilH from I'ortlmnl, nml Mm.
Vlrxll Clark, nt u Viileiillint puny on
Hntiirday nftnrniMiii, ItitfrnHhmoiitH
worn Nervnil mid n plennant hour won
I'lijoyod hy all.
Min. CoHKilff, of Conrlimy, onlnr
titliieil ten nt dinner Humlny. Mr
nml Mm. V, A, Hindi mid Hon, nml MInh
Kthel (iruy mid Mr. Max Chirk, of
rorilnml, went iiiihmii? tho parly.
Imiirovnmmii AHHoclatlnn Hpeolnl
inenlliiR ThiirHilay nvenliiR In (ironn'H
Hall. Kvoryoiin Invited. Kovernl tm
porlllllt (lll-NllollH tO hn lllHI-UNNOd.
llnNliet hull Kiiinn Friday ovoiiIiir
lietwreii thn Ouk Crovo Konlors nml
llm i'mkplai'O titmiiH.
MInn May Drown, of Tumor, Or.,
Npeiit WednnHiliiy wllh her old friend
mid HchiHilmntn, .Mrs. Charles Worth-
Mrs. A. ('. 1itwlH Ih sick wllh lu
Mrs. John Itlnley wns a Portland
vlHiinr TuoNilny uflornooii.
Mrs, Yoiiiir wont to the hospital
Tiii'Biluy to vlnlt wllh her huHhnnd,
who lnul a nnrlnus oporntlon Inioly,
Mrs. vlrKll Clurk wiin a Portlmid
Kills. Kdwin Shuhert, linrton Snerk
ICrnest C.rlffltbs. pnul llerron, Vernon
Iteiinltt, Itoberl Cossrlff, Huldn Strom
or, lluhy Stromer, Hester Armstrong
Tho postofflro department of the
srhiNtl went Into efect on Valentino
day and many Valentines woro sent
bnck nnd forlh thnniRh tho office.
The si'hiHil will debate with tho
Itnrclny school. Question, "Resolved,
That KmlRrnllon Should Ho Further
Host rioted hy Ijtw."
Tho leRlslatitre was oontlnuod for
another week. Two hills passed the
Mrs. Knillcolt was absent today on
account of Blckness,
M. K. chnrrlr, Hov. Henry Spcln, pas
tor. Snndny schiMtl 10 a. in. Preach
ing nt 11 n. m.. by paHtor. All Invited.
Ouk drove, Jr., dofonted Iho Y.-M.
C. A. bible class team Saturday even
ing. February II, In Green's Hull.
Wednesday evenlnR tho Onk Grove
Senior Athletic Cluh hns a rbiiio with
tho Christian Tirol Iters' teuiii of Port
laud. While It Is often liniossihlo to pro
vent nn accident. It Is never Impos
sible to bo prepared It Is not beyond
any one's purse. Invest 25 rents In
n botllo of Chamberlain's Unlment
nnd you are prepared for sprains,
bruises and llko Injuries. Sold by all
Osrnr Erlckson started to tako a
business courso In Portland tho first
part of tho week.
Glen Seeley hag returned homo
from a month'a slay nt his grandpar
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Sooley.
Mr. Barnes Is having n good crop of
violets and sweet peas this year.
Annlo Giirdnor was on tho sick list
Mr. Bet. Is having his spring plow
Mr. nnd Mrs. U B. Mlllor woro cal
lers nt Meldruni this wook.
Mm. CiOorgo Sanderson, of St. Johns,
was a pleasant enlltir on Mrs. W. M.
Mrs. Cntta. of Sellwond, spent a
very pleasant day with Mrs. Gits.
Waiubliid this wook.
Tho Pasllmo rluh mot at Mrs. Char
Ilo Hnrtis1 Monday and Btont a very
pleasant afternoon. Mrs. White road
a very Interesting article on "Woman
Suffrage,' and Mrs. 0. A. Froytng road
n selection from "Aunt Jnno of Ken
tucky," and tho ladles reported they
hnd a lovely time. Those present
wero Mrs. Charles Moran, Mrs. Chas.
Harris, Mrs. Otis Wamblad, Mrs. Vic
tor Kiickson, Mrs. Alex Gill, Mrs. O.
A. Froytng, Mrs. Earl Seeloy, Mrs. W.
M. Gardner, Mrs. HciUhman and Mrs.
Mrs. 8. T. Button mnda a business
trip to Portlnnd Tuesday.
Mrs. Sladen, of Fern Ridge, Is build
ing a new addition to her house.
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OAK OHOV'U, Or. Tho Onk Crovo
Girls' lin ml was orgtnli-d Inst Juno,
mid Hen F. rirlscoll, thu PortlafTd cor-
notlHt mid tianiltnaatur, was cngaRcd Parade. Tho people of Oak Cirove are
ns Instructor. Although tho glrla have , ,ro"d 01 th,:lr mu,,lcal organization
had hut one lesson a week, they have I u"d aro Kvln8 "t lller!1' PP"rt. The
mmlo r.hi.I progress, and can play so- mt,m,,,'r ,ho antl nd 'he lnstru
lecllons In a milliner rndllalile to old-', nienta played are:
or organizations. Professor UrUcnll : Hosier Armstrong, Kdlth Griffiths,
Flrwood Progressive Association
and the school will give an entertain
ment consisting of dialogues, reclta
tlmiN mid music on Saturday owning,
February 11. F.verytMtdy Ix Invited lo
runic and have a good time.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Malar visited Mrs.
Malar's folks over Sunday.
There In talk of starting a Sunday
sohiKtl at Flrwood.
Then. Koemmoka was circulating a
petition against the Abbot bill Satur
day. Hnymond Howe went to Portland
and Vnncouvor on business the first
of the week.
James Dixon took a flying visit to
his homo at !ents lust week
Mr. Ilowltt, one of the proprietors
of tho Flrwood mill, was out last
Friday, looking over business Inter -
Jess Sherman, veteran slah sllnger I
for the mill, returned to his old !
haunts for a few hours last week on
About three weeks more work will j
finish tho Cook timber the mill Is now
wot king on. j
Mrs. Thoo. Koenlckn has been sick
In bed with rheumatism fur a week
Mrs. E. 1). Hart and Mr. Lewis
Prldenmre were transuding business
in Portland this week.
Mrs. 11. F. Hart and Mm. Ray Mur
ray wero called to Cherryville Mon
day to the deaihbod of their mother,
Mrs. John Frlel, who passed away at
5 p. m. Monday.
Tho funeral of Mrt. J. T. Frlel, Sr,
took place nt Chorrvvillc Thursday,
Fob. 10 at 12 o'clock. Mrs. Frlel
passed away Monday, Feb. LI at 5 p.
n. She Mnl nni t.een eit r,.r mur
two years, ns sho hnd had several j to accommodate his big business,
strokes of paralysis, the last proving J'din Maronay has purchased sever
rami. All that materia modlra Rnd "Mots In Melnlg s addition and will at
careful nursing could do proved of no
avall. Tho deceased avea a hns-
band and seven children, all living
, ' .....
nenr, and were present to pay their
last tribute to their beloved mother.
The children are Mrs. Viola Klrby, of;, ' ,' ,",'"' ; JirJJ, .1"
. ., , for the clearing of -right of way lor
Portland. Ore.; Mrs. Macule Mttrrav, ' ' " 1 ' .... ,'
CH. .,, -.' ,, 0j. , ' their live wire from power house west
Sandy; Mrs. Eva R. Hart. Sandy; Mrs. uomo1 , Cnn(,v . ., . nn
Phoebe Allen, Cherryville; Mrs. Ma
bel Mclntyre, Salmon River; John T.
and Jerry S. Frlel, Cherryville. Mrs
Frlel wns born In Delaware in 1S45.
where she was married, moving to
Sioux City, la , about forty years ago.
whore they lived until four yejirs ago
when they came to Cherryville. Ore.
Sho wns a kind nnd loving mother
nnd It Is needless to say will be great
ly missed, but the consolation is left
for those who mourn that she has
,..,no. ,,,v , ..i tle program and especially the beau-
sense to her home In the spiritual ! tlfu, baskcts provlded bv the iadies,
realm. There s no death what fle(1 so nmny Helens eatables,
seems to bo Is only transition. "Oh. The hl ne8t prlced basket brought
never sit wo down and say there's $9 -; A ,,, of ,7-o5 waa (ne net
nothing loft but sorrow! We walk pr,,C(ipils of tlle entertainment Anoth
the wilderness tmlay. the promised , cr emi.rtainmont and also subscrlp
land tomorrow. And though ago I ,.,, k, ...m i, oir.-.iintu.t m mko the
wearies by tho wny, and hearts break
In the furrow; we'll sow the golden
grain today, nnd harvest comes tomor
row," Tho family hns the sympathy
of the entire community In their be
reavement. Antone Malar Is nt Corvnllls attend
ing tho O. A. C Farmers week.
Mrs, Grace Prldemoro, of Three-Six,
ig visiting Mrs. E. D. Hart this week.
Monday ramo tho nenrest to being
a blizzard of anything this country
has witnessed for some time.
H. 0. Huntington returned home I
last week from Minneapolis, where
ho had gone on business. i
Mrs. Hewlett wrs on the sick list ,'
last week, but Is some better this !
Mrs. Viola Douglass called on her
mother, Mrs. Hewlett, one day Inst
if you want good Shoes
go to McKITTRICICS
If you want good Stockings
go to McKITTRICICS
If you want good Socks
If you want good Gloves
go to McKITTRICICS
If you want tho best of everything in
the Shoe line, go to
OAK GROVE GIRLS' BAND IS 8UCCE38.
I " '
, prodbtH a brilliant future for the
' young band, which will probably be
: heard next June In the Rose Festival
Mrs. Jones and daughter Miss I-enb
railed on Mrs. K. II. Gibson last Tues
Charles Murphy and family visited
with James Gibson Sunday afternoon.
Miss Ulna Douglass went to Port
bind Monday to work for a while for
H. 8. Gibson went to Troutdale on
Tuesday to meet his brother-in-law.
Will Palmateer, of Morgan, who Is
hrliiKing him a fine team from East
Quite a large crowd was In attend
ance at the Grange entertainment
given by the Eagle Creek Grange last
Saturday night. An Interesting and
very entertaining program was wtli
rendered, and all seemed to enjoy It.
The Currlnsville Band was present
I and rendered some pleasing selec
Is a distressing disease. Dr. Bell's
Pine-Tar-Honey relieves almost In
stantly. Wo guarantee It to give sat
Building boom Ig on as It never was
before. The new Davis building Is
roIiir up with a big gang of carpenters
and when complete will be occupied
as a saloon. Junker hall has been
moved to Main street and a front put
In. Mr. Junker also has a big force
of carpenters at work putting up a
new bush. ess builr'.ing to be used for
a confectionery ar.d billiard hall.
Clackamas County Bank has the
lum,,pr on ,he Bround for a bank
I U E' ''ffmnn wl" crect,a ?ew mea,
i market ; the present one Is too small
um:B " "--""'5 iu.-
j ' Rliel!ev ha, carnenters at work
1 - T. Shelley nas carpenters at work
1 erecting a bungalow on Proctor ave-
i , .
Mt. Hood Railway Co. Is advertising
across the Sandy River coming in on
Hood View road. Just west of town.
Many stransers in town looking for
land; many staying to make their
homes among us.
A lively fight took place at Bullrun
among laborers and several victims
with badly bruised faces appeared be
fore Justice Shelley, trying to cet
their troubles mended.
The basket social and entertain
ment was a big success both financial-
it- ami ci.r-l.illi- lv.'rvhnrt v unloved
balance tusked for the-Sandy Commer
cial Club publicity fund.
WHETHER ON INFANT OR GROWN
PERSON CURED BY ZEMO
AND ZEMO SOAP.
AN UNUSUAL OFFER
The Huntley Bros. Co. Drug Store
says to every person, bo It man, wo
mnn or child, who has an Irritated,
tender or itching skin to come to our
store and procure a bottle of ZEMO
and a cake of ZEMO soap and If you
are not entirely satisfied with results
come back and get your money. Su
confident are we of the efficacy oi
this clean, simple treatment, that we
make you this unusual offer.
Zemo is a clear liquid for external
use that has cured so many cases of
eczema, pimples, dandruff and other
forms o skin eruption. ZEMO and
ZEMO soap are the most economical
as well as the cleanest and most
effective treatment for affections oi
the skin or scalp, whether on Infant
or grown person.
Huntley Bros. Co. Drug Store.
tit i H .JL
Ethel Bigham, Huth Worthlngton, Mar
Jorle McU'eg and Jessie Spidell, cor
nets; Ada Btarkweitther and Maud Mc-Ix-s,
altos; Katie Oltkln and Iitie
Kverson, trombones; Madge Ellis,
harlton; Ellen Worthlngton, tuba;
Frances Griffiths, snare drum; Gladys
McAuley, bass drum; Bon F. Drlscoll,
director; L. Armstrong, treasurer;
Mrs. M. L. Moody, manager.
Miss Bade Evana Gives Paper At
Teachers' Institute at Canby.
The foundation for all reading In
the intermediate grades is laid in the
primary rooms. The pupil brings with
him from the Primary grades:
1. A vocabulary of several hundred
- 2. An ability to read well any ma
terial not beyond the grade of his
3. An Interest In reading.
4. Phonics with a few of the dia
But we who teach In the country
school ofien find children who have
had no work whatever In phonics. And
I believe the first thing we should do
in theBe cases Is to teach him pho
nics, in order that he be given the
power to help himself In discovering
new words. This as a rule can be
easily done, by setting apart a few
minutes of each day for drilling on
"Phonics.' The pupils of this age can
learn to blend words readily, and It
gives the teacher an opportunity to
teach diacritical markings at the same
The child at this age Is reading to
learn, and at the same time learning
to read. He reads for general Infor
mation as well as for pleasure; and
one of his first, difficulties Is in de
termining the meaning of new words.
Here is the time for him to get the
"Dictionary habit," a habit which will
be valuable to him all his life. With
help from the teacher he gradually
learns to pick out the particular mean
ing which he wants.
We can also teach him to grasp the
meaning from the context. Then too
the teacher can help him understand
the thought by concrete examples, for
example: We came to the word dis
mount in reading. The children did
not know the meaning. I was sitting
on the arm of the chair, and said,
"This is my horse; I've dismounted."
They caught the meaning quickly.
The teacher should take up difficult
expressions separately and much drill
is needed on them to insure perfect
articulation. Be careful of such words
as his-to-ry, ten-der-ness and govern
ment ard words ending In Ing and
less. Tue children are very apt to
say comin' and speechlus.
if you are the new teacher and
speak these troublesome words cor
rectly you will at first notice the chil
dren glancing at one another and per
haps will hear someone whisper the
word to himself, but It won't be long
before you hear them speaking the
words as you do.
It seems to nie that the two main
points In the teaching of reading in
these grades are "thought getting"
and "thought expressing." We, as
teachers, should lead pupils to under
stand and appreciate the thought.
This can be done by questions, also
by explanations with pictures, or
biackboard illustrations. One does
not have to be an artist to do these,
as children understand even crude il
lustrations. Then, too, we should teach the read
ing lesson nt the right season. Chil
dren appreciate snow stories on snowy
days, rather than on sunshiny ones,
and other lessons accordingly.
Paraphrasing helps in the study of
In thought expressing we have most
drills on easy lessons lessons where
the words and language are easily
comprehended by the pupil, thus his
whole attention can be centered on
the expression of the thought.
Being a country school teacher I
realize that time is one of our scar
cest articles. Tovtry to remedy this
we have days where our recitations
are nothing more thnu study limes,
where we take up difficulties together.
Other days we spend time in thought
expressing, as it seems as though we
do not have time for all things in reg
' In connection with our reading In
these grades much work can be done
in literature. Many of our girls nnd
boys, especially those of the country,
never take up any high school work,
thus missing the work in English and
American literature. So in planning
our work for the year we can put in
much literature study. That is, au
thors with their writings. If two au
thors are studied each year from the
first grade, the pupil, when he grad
uates from the eighth grade, has a
good knowledge of sixteen writers,
besides those which aro taught Inci
dentally. In my mind this Is very Im
portant, as much is gained from these
works to raise the standard of the
pupils' Ideals, to create a love for the
beautiful thoughts ot the authors.
These thoughts react and effect the
lives of the boys and girls. And then,
too, it tenches him to' notice tho
writers of good stories. Many men
and women today read splendid books
without paying one bit of attention to
Children enjoy biographies. But we
do not read all biographies In class.
The children read them during the
study period. Then we speak'of them
in class if they are Important: also
lenrn a short quotation which should
be carefully taught before being com
mitted to memory.
The children love the biographies
of grent men such as Lincoln, Wash
ington, Franklin and others, and much
Is gained In honesty, solf-eontrol. per
sevoronre and truthfulness from thess
Uvea, all helping our hoys nnd girls
to hetlor nnd fuller manhood nnd
District No. 25.
A, D. Grlbblo $ 4.75
Andy Cribble 2.00
J. B. Mitts 3.75
District No. 26.
Grant Markhnm l.f, 2.60
J. Baker 1.50
W. II. Engle 6.00
District No. 28.
C. K. Holt t 14.00
V. Sowa 4.00
, District No.JO.
F. E. Datldson, $ 19.00
Win. Dyer 10.00
J. II. Manning 4.00
Wm. Bullock 10.60
A. J. Davidson 7.00
O. C. Davidson 5.00
District No. 31.
R. Gasser I 2.60
Carl Thompson 2.00
Wm. Schatz 5.00
District No. 32.
A. Vos 1.00
W. Hohnage! 1.00
A. Baker 4.00
E. O. Jones 7.00
A. Woods 5,00
C. Wlllhelm 2.00
W." C. Heater 11.25
District No. 34.
Wilson k. Cooke S 3.00
F. Gross 7.00
J. Adamosky 6.00
J. Kaiser 4.00
J. Shaw 2.00 '
L. Koellermeler 12.50
pH. Koellermeler 6.00
W. Koellermeler 6.5J
N. Christenson 6.00
F. Zimmerman 2.50
J. Zimmerman 1.00
E. Boeckmann 1.00
A. Gross 5.00
A. Koellermeler 1 4.00
W. Kaiser 23.75
Pope k Co
Wilson t Cooke
T. Johnson 8.43
M. Brook ...
T. G. Bacom
Ed Carpenter 8.75
A. D. Bowers 14.00
G. Bushenville 7.87
L. Bacon 3.93
J. M. Turner
H. T. Shipley 18.75
G. Schaber 18.75
Fred Schofer 18.75
G. Schnorr 15.00
H. P. Estberg
J. Wanker "..
Trojan Powder Co
Mr. Bytholabu 16.00
H. Liesman 4.25
District No. 35.
J. B. Jones $ 5.55
District No. 36.
John Strickland $ 1.00
J. J. Leonard 4.00
Roy Yoder '. 1.75
Sam Nofginger 1.50
Gregerson Bros '. 1.85
A. J. Lais 5.65
P. D. Samson 13.00
F. M. Samson 12.50
Joe Komyeat 2.00
District No. 38.
W. A. Snovelle $ 10.50
C. A. Worthlngton 7.25
James Shupe 3.40
Theo. Worthlngton 4.00
Fred H. Harris 15.00
District No. 42.
F. E. Taylor $ 15.00
District No. 44.
Chas. Rider t 5.00
Sam Warnock 1.00
C. Reusser 1.00
G. S. Randall 3.00
Wm. Heerdt 3.00
District No. 45. ' ..
J. Meillke 3 75
U Baker 1.00
District No. 47.
Security Vault & Metal Works. $ 63.30
Wm. Johnson 3.00
R. McGetchie 2 00
Merton Bell " 1-25
Wm. Dann 1.00
Harry Norrell 1.00
E. Harrington 3.75
District No. 49.
Giles P. Looney $ 10.00
District No. 51.
J. E. Slefer 27.00
Ed Rich M
Nels Rodlln "... 6-00
Aug. Olsen 1-00
W. A. Morrand 75
J. V. Roots 142.50
Town of Canby t. .$100.00
City of Oregon City 912.03
W. H. Mattoon 17.40
N. Blair 19-70
Classes In Ralston physical culture
Tuesday evenings at 7:15 at Armory
hall, conducted by Mrs. Elenor Phelps
and Mrs. Sydney Kelly. All are cor
dially invited to attend. Dancing
class from 8:30 to 10:30. Private les
sons by appointment.
Attack Llkt Tigers.
In fighting to keep the blood pure
the white corpuscles attack disease
germs like tigers. But often gorms
multiply so fast the little fighters are
overcome. Then see pimples, bolls,
eczema, salt-rheum and sores multiply
and strength and appetite full. This
condition demands Electric Bitters to
regulate stomach, liver and kidneys
to expel poisons from the blood. "They
are the best blood purifier," writes C.
T. Budhan, of Tracy, Calif., "I have
ever found." They make rich, red
blood, strong nerves and build up your
health. Try them. 50c at Jones Drug