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- MORNING rriMMHsii FltllAYi JANUAltY S MIL
MORNING ENTERPRISFjBOlUHlE RfSOUJUOH
rrr PRECIPITATES A ROW
Aaicwtba mad. ft.4 cUm prtvu J , ttMirom DO NOT
FWtoff.(al Orro ClUf. 1Mrww'; -
lUn k . 1ST.
l BUT TO BOURNE JMETMOOS.
On Tiw by saall .. .
Ms M.etb. by aoall .
Fnir M.ejtha. y Mil.
FVr iwk. by rTW-
.. ...JIM! SA1J3M. Or, Jaa. 1 -tSpU-vQ
? i.Wibli ruthl waa precipitated
.! i tne Senate t Salem yeaterda over k
' Miiaiwa Introduced- WHw
iniTO2WUro iKollaher in which Orvgoa'ta declared
rt ru M nr - iK to he ih "best system, of. govern-
Ftntf Pa. prr aM4 . .tc mnt in the worid
rrrrr4 a" anv pa", r ' Ther are manv feature that have
mMi rtinnr i 'ttn mat It W"" '
Jttm ear-r be thaa
ViliS Knsm . ,t add House that ar friendly to
Unit 1? IT Un: t regular siver- conditions and aish to sc them
l k ! -tried out But tlx character of the
. mil a word flrt kurnwo, one-na? crm , huhbimi, miiv..-v.-. . ' . ,
.ic tern that It be!toed sr gog to; v .p-ial meeting cf Tiht 1
rtret pt. per soh : mvVk out rood for all concerned, and j ry M h,WJ Ut Friday
m''m tnrti thr r many mmlr lb I Ni wtthiand((t tb loclrmnt
Kat W rrti In tb V k'j
Cbimwm tU th Mtm aa ta tH
datlr. adTcr.Mk-n-nts art raswvbul?
for tk wnktr. WVr h- Jv. M m'Hl
- tnwttm ftvni "r th .
tv. wtttKMit ci. th rat 'M Nr c
a tooa fAr mti' MP". ai.J IV an
taok t r-a'l i"a",,n
Caah iUd acerwipMir ordr h
aanr la unanova In lutt Tic
lb KnnHw . -
. Uraal aJ-rttoJn at W-tl advrrttstng
Cbraa a4rrtt anJ ri! trtaaxfit
dnrtwx at a to a awh. acvl
anc to pvtl cHllttoaa jvmrric tb
OHvr iuly reom4 f'm
a thr ; ' CaUrnU h
hi mHhr ahotu h haJ wl tor
Old Hnry..of Soajtw.
art -Poftlall''. HH-ftt Ja w
a4 atta lhlr p",B- Mr " ,r"
Hr!r." "T" " - '.
" Muix a aumtwr from hjr atuod'"!
tb Umtn rty Kratur
da wao; br J-rb
Huffman All rpHt a rJ '" f
t-v ii.il.nj a aero oat l:ih
rtditU arrat llm tb pt a
u.wji a tink a narty of . frtnda
ort-T ta. UK dtitr altb M bst
iVutraJ Ilnt .
TwigM LtW'-ary olty.
A p-lal mtltc o Tit !Jfr-
The B?nk of Oregon City
Gives, Its customers genuine service
and its increased business and growth
shows that such service is appreciated
THE OLDEST BANK1N THE' COUNTY
m ELECTRIC THEATRE
tvtarv. althmt a dlptir
II Camptwll aubmlltl pwi
hlch. If prrtporly. rktsl out,
rnhl ua to t bottor nr int
(km and ultlmatly nrduc) tl rat-, -
rsr.r.r.w aa:cf potli tow
rMitlr4 "la a Hill barm.mtou 4 t ,
n.l tb Bi.n alio rr fatbrritif It IhJ
aary. Sruaiora to think that th ahaWI y
Nlif up the cluof of snt,r,
Houru ti.tr r-J;ttKn foiled Stale
Senator. Hno h di-uion tttat
Tie n; jh.t of tb a hoi matter aaa
jiat S'Ba!vr bo do .mat hi Douni,
or hu mwiuHl. 'iicuad th rr.ii
tioo aiUic4.t rrsard to th feehnsa of
Houm ir hi frwnda. IVnirn and
hi nietbyKiv dnouBfd, and t
"Fir SaJ" and Bankrupt W" aJv-r-
tWawst o Inch ttrt Inirttf. a Mi
Uoaal bwrtiona nu mattr Inch.
7"6oVror W lias txnd hit ftrt
bin th Kollaher Broadway bond cur-
"itlact-Thf P" "I cich th
biU vaa aind wa prnt4 to City
Attoniy Grant, of Portland.'
their srvfrnca ar fir him or aome
other candidate. .
ttfcrr couM only a a melh
od of advertialng but a method that
a dist'aateful to them.
The rolutkn a not favored by
Ta grand Jury in th hoot county
ot Speaker Caanon has derided to In-
veatinte election conditions in the,
county. The charf la mad that the Senate commht, and It w tak
orer $00 rotes wer boWht la Dan- the floor ofjh Senate through
viUr Cannon's home city; and 1
Icorrnpt practices mrm general JjWn, the SenatprtiHd as follows:
b i .....I....... inntaitf alirD th - DCWl ' 1.1- . at lh nraaaaLIlM
er.Ji r'" ' members wr ,ulo f th SilUau.l people woW sbe haJ .t, .fiina r4atla lth(
In aitrndanc. It riw' f -ad a a uniyaad worn narntonwuaiy i h,r bujoJ up m Waanlnctim aloe
treaurer that sufftci.nt funda lhey" could aTrantr matters ao as to N(rtt.mr ,nd bad Just rr4 on
on band and the bvKlety rotea "Ji,,,, , r., b,wh Na J Pll on the, f. ,B tn. t,d ott Uondaf. tb
Hall, wnira ta w ;..,., ir. nata4 of rat boo N . ,w ..j.v-t, ak k with what prod
and thu aav coaawrati t,v b bneumoula.
fTinauranc premium., ittttt - fvrv - la-aula - belief , snd ;
Ob of tb principal nds of Mil-; bt sr entertained for bis emplt
ukrv, present time Is btir riK'otrrT.
street. If th rslns continue and th ' Mra. lrn Ath baa len quit U
people ar a bachaard making lm- an undrr th car ot phrurU.
nrovementa. all w need will b mi .Mr IvkWar. who was hurt bjr bl'
dredit to msk th streets navteswo
Kvery reaidrnt of Mllwaukl ouV.
to tak auffk-ient orde In his town t
get oat and work W iiproement
earlr and late and !lmln'ai som of
th dlaattreeabl feature.
. . a 1 1 ft mltl a
-mWk aoclal- rrtdy evening. - Jahu b.- t reakfaat and a ad b tu.d
ary :th. in W. O. W. hll ss a bene- he d go on. Idn I seem to Ilk the
t.. is a needy mj-mber. 1et ry0n o.lil...fc of hauling manure
anend and help; admlal,n fr. wlHi Unwo.l.' therW. larmera belief
J. ii ivTefimf b-ttr-M f
of rrtland. h purchaaed l Ua
In 'Mllwaukl Hela-ht of A. II Pow-
tb a.M-ietT. ' Committee
named to rerfrwm th work aa.follow
Rnalrtn w ndowa.. U U
pai-rin halL Cha. Caldwell.' i:w
Ijtielle. rvplai-lait dr. Marry r"aulk.
Oft, cldll: painting. RoJ-Way.
M J l-arelle. Mr . Meyers; battening
building. ThO. Keltand. Mr John.;
purchalg chair. 1-enette Snk,
rl MoPonald. Alt.- lloylanr. pur
chasing nail. Mr. J, W; McCord
Fulk preatoeo wr
,eraJ senator eipreed themaeite a I --tin Curtis M. tXdd
diuied with the attempt to our,f ' elected secretary, the former secretary L
th riroTaj oi a senrrav having realgned.
i to become a part of ta Bourne p.n tn Twilight Jtetos?
of camiw'sn for re-election, ryoo in tb neighborhood.
Several Senators wr kxid In thlr4 v-ntwprine -now ha the largest
chant that it was an attempt to put ctrrulj;ttoB j TwlllgM that it. ever
thfTn pn reord a friend and-JittP- . . . " ' ' -
. . iw m vnt.t. ! naa. " . . .t
l"'"'"1" ----- . Som 0f the p0P' oi tnia acmi
ing them, in lin fir him later whether j .,mlrt. B-tmooed th lUMtndary Hoard
cilt. I m bttr.
A biky looking Ib.lchman with oa
rnw c; nearly .new tkn'bal. and
cmf.ialjle ckxhlng cam to Mr.
)-. vt..ndav after dark after wtieh.
the said Mf:".tUg wanted a band,
nJ vti him over. nlht. ' him a
w. tranaferred to the Mt. I'leaaani
district, on lat Tuesday. A none of j llnj ,n( m t,ud a fin reidenc In
tb dIrectortf tbbdwtrte wr prer Ttfc .e,Bg .'- Mrr Peter has taken an
i. nbw th countv court ana
superintendent of school could not
refu the petition It looks s tbuh
our school board bid better wak up
or resign tbeir position. Some morn-
in thv wUl wake up ana nna
jhas not, enough children-In tb di- j
option on' several tuner kks in i
same tract. - ;- - -
Mr "and Mr.,lX. Xolln of Portland
have rented bouse temporarily In
Mllwaukle. whll tblr bot is being
bnl'.t on their property at Mllwauklo
Aye Albee. C. A.
Tb legislator Is getting down to
business so far as filling np the bop- oes-Abraham. Bean, Bowerman,
per ti concerned. If ifcan sbow as
great activity in passing good meast
rea and as great agility in killing
- bad ones It may make a record ot
which it can be proud. There ar good
men 'In both Houses, it ' simply re
mains for the good men to get to
gether. Governor West says he will not it
sue requisitions for men wanted in
this Stat for petty crimes where there
la doubt as to the con vie lion of the
mew accused. It is not to b ease
of the magnitude of (be crime so much
as to tb power to convict after good
. money has-been spent in. bringing th
Btnress. Calkin. fo. Chasav Dim-; " -,ohlirrtw,rm,
ivh. n".-. nv"-. -
ter. McCulloch. Merryman'. Miller. Nor
t6n. Nottingham. Oliver. Patton, Sin
not t. Selling. ' ,
The question then cam' on, for th
adoption of the minority report. If
solution would have carried. Th rote
' Aves-. A- Barrett. Dimlck. Kella
ber. Locke. Malarkey. McCulloch, Mil.
ler. Oliver. Parton. Sinnott. 'on der
Noes Abraham; Albee,' Barrett
I Washington I. Bean. Bowerman. Bur
gess, Calkin, carson. Chase. Hawiey.
...... t,i kiva arhitl.
Eeveryone Is looking forw afd to-tbe
.rin of the literary society neit
Tb"eJtl: tank has arrived, for the
City Water Company.
c-iuhliT nliht. One of in new ai - c mreiner "
tractions will be th first appearancinesjay on buslne.
Ma-rwc Htrelb took -bl-til
w headed for rwuamj, vuiieuar.
: , 'JENNINGS LODGE. ' j Roue City ftblngl Milt baa shipped
On Thursday eventng. January IStb..; ,,rral car loads of shingles to Call
about 4.v of the progressive men fornia lately. -
thU community met at the Beti ho'ise ; MuJ,wotnaB Camp team W. O
ibis report had been adopted, the re-ito ormnlte a club for th betterm, nt fcf p,.. will visit Ah Camp Wd j befor. but apparently
kx.k a lltll out for blm
Men went to Oretow Oily Tuesdaf
To-s-wh"tb Ikwrmlary jwrd w otild
do aUnt dividing th dlatrtrt, but th
seeder apparently had thought tet
ter of It and rojoefuded to stay with
u. and r gd ,to ba tb mat
ter blow over quietly and peaceably
Perhaps It would b of lnleret
mm of your farmer reader to tell of
Mr. dates cow Her nam Is poily
itlue. Kh bad been giving nearly S
galKms of milk daily. Suddenly- sb
shrunk down to half a pint Mr. Oag'
son. John, cam alwnit that Mm. H
UUHrbapa.sh bd weevtta i
ease, known to dairymen, in '
near the middle fel aoO and flabby
and b Ht th tall lengthwia antil be
rani 'to guod red tovidr Wy:
rrt K no bkwd la It. than h put
; In salt and black pPPr. mUed half
I sod half, tied th ends of th tall
Umnnd tb wound and In mupla of
w i dy her milk cam Jrk, fct quit
. . . 1 . . i I v rin.H. . . . .
of Jennings lm. - .u, .tnln and tnitiat canai- r,-ht
ill b sersed ri baa ralnd a must conataatly SJr
lib nrmniiation of a club with twenty- ij .... . n.n n... an tb low place
, 'II M " ' "
MiM Susy llame. daughter of C, ! are reiniaturyiaaea
V. Barnes, was operated on Ftlday .
. v.- .it vininl ll.xnltil f ir irnl- 1 . bjwww".
cia!ty nit rltgnuir -me rei. J dt " RefreshmeBts
the orgwnliatlon of a club with twenty-, ,n1 .-. Vm0 haa
on memoers. ifn
ss th Jenntcgs Lod Community
Club. . Hugh MeGovem wss elected
Its president; Ch Redmond, vice
nreldent: Calvin Morse, secretary;
f and Ceo. fieU. Sr.. treasurer.
v.iu mj,. ----- - .k.
Nottingham. Wood. Selhn- corps of officers consists of I
This losing, th vote on the ado our be.f. wide-awake citlten. The I,
In, ntb mlnHIV ronnrt ki:ln th ! club will
.intt. , . VnTtn. r. . ! da of every month at S P.
iti Mis Barne la Improving
fa? as could b eipected. 1 Ing
her weak condition.
Th Mothers' and Teacher Clun r
preparing a play. tak piac in
M. in th
Ayes Abraham. Albee. W. N. Bar- i room adjoining m twi
8eaator Boume 1 pulling for bis re-TTett. Bean. Bowerman. Buxitea Cal-
tk Caan.t. mnA nniRnff vr v -is
mm oa the nrt Wtvt ; February fir the bentrfU of fhe iry-
: 1 gtp VUrrrtnin Vbrf nn Vnn
Naturally he wishes , H, ' s.ninr
with both bands.
to succeed himself, and naturally be Noes Dimlck. Keilaher. Locke. Ma
has bis eyes open to the main chance- IarkVy. McCulloch. 'Miller. Oliver, pat
ie not overdoing the adrertrs-7t innou
The tilt that hi ' "
Ing at this time?
friewds bad with those who ar not
necessarily his friends in th State
Senate Wednesday indicates that any
attempt to attach Bourne as a rider to
other business will be resented and
bring those who attempt it into disre- caxmjj,
pate. The contention became so acute
that Bourne was made the brunt -of
Senator Miller has an income tax
amendment which be succeeded in
baring adopted In the Sena:. In the
. course of bis remarks he said that un
der the present vtem of taxat.on a
aaaa was taxed according to his con
sumption and not with reference to
his inewme. By the terms of the
aaaeadaent a man would pay accord
teg to his Income Mr. Miller said
that the contention that the tax would
Chaa. Beers to John Zobrist, lot II.
block 12. Esueada; UZS.
John F Risley to Clyde M. Swinney.
east 1U acres of south "'1 tract 47.
Samuel Wolfer to Edward Graves,
part D. U C. of James Sh'lrley. section
29. township 4. range L east, 20 acres:
I". S. to Jos. H. Quinn. 160 acres,
southwest quarter of northeast quar
ter, southeast quarter of northwest
quarter, northwest quarter of south
east quarter, and northeast quarter of
southwest quarter section l' town
ship range 2 east; patent.
Fur nehs of Snow at Clark.
Word received from people living
near Cummins saw mill, which is lo
cated near Clarke, is to the effect
that four inches of snow fell there
remit in an inquisitatoria system was Wednesday ntght. Utile the rest of
of little fore for be said that any tax tn c'ko of the State was suffering
.... fmm fnrt mTir. m ar m P1.b' n 1 .
was inaclsitatonal. and tnis - - - ' ywv
no more so than the others.
received plenty of the beautiful.
bV SAMVEL tOMPUJ. rldrt C th
tiii II Ww of Labor.
i il 1 1 1 1 if OXSEEVATIOX is on of -iK t .ric's urpermst in the
miad f the American pullk t-lxj, but taer is on
phmm eoriserratioQ which is n-t recfirir; th aen
tkn which H dWrre. I refer to tie C0ERV -
nox or Tm brad: and erawx of ol:r
BsMai as Ik ia) -
w rw pvxng onij one rvW -lTKtirti. The tb second day sesskm of tb Clvk
Iwjnujroto tchool tad wrtmn LWlf for r,rc.fev.'. County ganday School Asi-
v:r v i'. . . . r ,tlo
rmm uia ur am uomtw omn nnTfbT mm j . ji A r.i
wi v.mv;i ji a c i
!ml rut r.hmarv 13 a Ur4 of gov
' ernors will be eiTieu anq twuuo
der t appointed, ana otner special uiu"
matters will com up- All property
owners, whether new-comers or older
'residents, are Invi'ed and It 1 hoped
I .11 m .rw i,rhr fur t-h Improve
ment and b-tterment of " Jennings
Lodge and vicinity. '
Mr. and Mr C. P, Mor were cal
lers at the Dr. Eddy borne In Oregon
City on Friday evening.
H. R. Smnh and sons, of Oresi n
City, bsve the contract for the clear
ing of the acre recently purchased by
Mr. Crampton of Oua Woods.
The fixtures for the new postofflc
were placed in the L. D. Miller store
during the week, and Miss Miller has
been appointed the postmistress. This
will be quite convenient, as It enables
about one hundred families the oppor
tunity of four mails per day. two from
the north and two from the south.
David Clarke received the first letter
and Mra U Wilcox the. first paper
through the new office.
Mrs. Pease, of th Boys', and Girls'
aid Ajcietv of Portland, was a" bus!
. i.itnr at tb Itda-e on Wednes-
dav of last wek
Donald McFarUng and Lane
Crampton have -een enroled at th
Jennings Lodge school.
Mr. and Mra. Frank Davy are re
joicing over the arrival of daughter,
bora on Wednesday. January 11. 111.
weight 11 pounds. Many are the con
gratulations received as this is the
first advent in the family.
Mrs. Albert Barnes is prepared to
take a few private eiaase in needle
work, either at her borne on County
Road near CovelL or will arrange to
come to their home. Mrs. Barnes
bas taught for some time In Honolulu
and patterns of ber beautiful work
can be seen at ber bom at any time.
Mrs! Edd Roeth is still under th
care of 'their family physician with
heart trouble, but ber many friends
are hoping for speedy recovery.
Mrs. Gerber. of Locan. Is visiting
at the bom of Mr and Mrs. Frank
Davy and getting acquainted with ber
little grand daughter, which recently
Miss Edna Westerfjeld. of Jones
MllL was visiting Mrs. M- Hart over
The children bar enjoyed the
coatlng for several of the moon
light evening ov Board ma a avenue
and e of tb carttne. but no sertous
accideuts, wblcb so often happen, were
A snmber from this place attended
- F" Piparmaoa and become a me4arr workman. TRAINING
. OF BRAD AXD MUSCLE MTST GO TOGETHER TOR
; ; rnt x)Mj?lete prepatutiox or ins.
V WHItl TWt PUBLIC SCHOOLS AND COLLE6CS AIM ONLY AT
V"rACMIK0 rrCSSIONS. THE OKEATEST MEED 04 AMERICA
EDUCATIONALLY IS THE IMPROVEMEirr OF INDUSTRIAL 1NTELLI-'
ENCB AND WORKINQ EFFICIENCY IN THE AMERICAN YOUTH.
7fc V .D?d " oplift fcr the work ef the hor who w3
; work with hi haoda, anj we ot onlj cccJ to pr. a" EDUCA
TIONAL UPLIFT' TO CRAFTSjLXSUIP, tmt the school need,
th-lMof tJwtwlax WaWi
rEj- better ths, ixxtcrdtepd between wr cmnmoa cdocatin sxi
wu oonuoa nsdoMtriea. .
Tbia crna U effected oly by flrttna of UKbitrial sciooia; ifl
wCr,!!itfllr0ra teB1 triiBiD ckJV Web thill ACTUAL
m. .vuuuut iuu lui. liuuu sjvd at Tf
subw prs them BROADER MENTAL CULTURE,.
tkh convened at the Presby-
teri charcb la Orego City oa Sun
day afternoon and evening. Rev. Zinv
rma. Rer. Proctor . and C A.
Phlpv were among the speakers.
Wax. L FbaWy left, for Salem oa
Tnesday, where be wiu spend a few
Ira Hart and daagbtar. MWaa MOU.
were Portlaad showers o Tasstay
Miaw Mors attended tb retara row
cert give by tb tianosj Bpaaiab brV
tosc ErnU d Gorgoca. at tb Masonic
Tempt ta Portlasd o. gvadar.
Mr. and Mrs. McFarlaag ar dowO-
cBed tb cory boas of Mr. Dowav
bjc. who has aaoved Into Portiaad for
ta wtaler. Tb MeFarlanxs bar
pwebaaed a pordo of tb tract
knvglag t C- P. and Mia Moras, and
expect 1 erect- a rtce bt lb
Milwaalb ComsaereiaJ CJnb SeM a
sacwUns; Friday rrestag to CTuy HaH;
eoatssaaWOo read and
T msrrwd tbsa ttb
Murll Ijskt is qulWslek at bis
home on Railroad ann;
A. It Wever a a In Portland Fri
day on buines ...
The cold spell Is over and all ar
glad to the nice warm rain one
The wfee-pipe- ta T - R. A. rib
wood tor buildings- on Waihlng-
n tret burted la tb upper tory
snd fl'oded the lower portion, nee
Hating th moving of furniture atork
there, belonging to J. IL Cash.
Ruben Peterson, who fell and broke
hi arm at the Oaks skating rink, is
getting along nicely and will not ..sat
fr any, permanent Injury.
Jaa H Snyder will build a cottage
on his lot In tiro Addition and then of
fee. "1t.'.frr sal . .
E. M. Huff 'will also build on bl
lot ther. The plana bav already
been drawn .up . ." . i
August C. Arnold, who formerly car
ried mail oa route one. Is breaking In
on the O. W. P. Ilo and will soon be
a foil fledged conductor.
Sam Riley has purchased a aew
horse, and now gets ovrb!s, rout,
number one, in g jod time.
W. E- Morand bas goo to Alea
Ray to do some work la bis plae nesr
The new cement walks on th front
snd south iliiv of th Evangelical
church property ar completed and
add wonderf'illy. 'o tb appearance of
What we r.ed now Is a nice cement
walk to !o r. w Southern Pacific
depot, from Main street east on both
sides of Washl>oa street
Let the g-'-l work so on.
The majority of lb working claaa
of people wrxiM Ilk to know bow It
Is the electric 'rt lights ar turned
out the dark stormy mornings be
fore sven ocS-xk. Very unpleasant
for peopl who bar to com In from
tb Mlnthom and Sell wood additions
sad other out cf tb way points. ,
Those peopl who llv In tb Sell
wood addition are asking for an are
light, and It certainly ought to b
granted. . Ano'f.er on 1 needed badly
at the crosstiut of th mala tin of the
Southern pacific near the handsome
new residence of A. WendelL
A daughter was bora Friday. Jan-
nary 12th. to Mr. aaa Mra. .nob
ToU; mother and baby doing nicely
A soa was bora Jaa wary 11th to Mr.
and Mra. Howard Gould; mother aad
soa doing fin.
Evangelical charcb. E. Radebaagh
pastor. Bus day school 9:i0 A. M-,
Fred Berkmeier Sopt, SrvVe 11: JU
A. M- by pastor, T- P. A. 7 P. M.
Evangelistic aervic at S P. M. Re
vival asectlags la proTaw will co
ttow ail week. All cordially invited
to tb jaeetiags.
Stafford bas bee baring km aawsmal
rpa of wlatey weather atac Jaa wary
. saow baviag falle to a depth of
It lucae. aad o tb night of ta 14th
tb asevrwry seat Sow to IS gr
abov. gigba. aleds aad dry good
borne bar bee ta ev Ideate daily. ';
Oa Mowday tb anew began to soft
p a ttul aad la lb algbt tb wel
com wek-tool taiad becaa to fall aad
oa aad aQ rejokred a w looked owt
ta tb aaoratag of Taesday apoa ta
wsaal greew rl4s of wtater aad farm
ers beam to wiaa for work again.
Mra. T. L Trr Be cnucaTy a
at ber boas ta Frw, poad. a tralaod
awrtt wad oUaiaed frosa portlaad oa
Swadas algbt. - Dr. Mont to ta daEy
an asac. rx ur ta aaa 11
Mr and Mra Epb Ram'T. of KUm
atb Fall; wer vtaltiag with friend
-Mr, and Mrs. Frsnk Je ar vai
leg with tbelr parent's this k.
K C. Ingram has r to Portland
to bear Hud Robinson and ftta Ra.
tb vangllst. preachers
Tb Twentieth Century C.rsng held
their resruiar .meeting on Saturday.
January 14. and lectd. Jhe follow log
officers -which Is only a part of them:
Master. W. S Tutl; secretary. Mrs
Uda Irwla: treasurer. Harry Mlvla.
chaplain. Mrs. Andrus. .
Mr and Mrs Joe Wtllett wet In
Portland to bear th evangelist pfearb
Have you patronlted th new butch
er "hop yet? Tb meat Is first class.
Miss lUiss 1st thav accommodating
new salralady at th ator of llnry
H. tl. Hartshorn., who has engaged
In th real estate business la WMaotr
vlll. Is wld-awsk. and I d'Jng a
Mr. and Mra John But son wat to
Portland Thursday wber Mr. Hutsoa
-Henry Aden attended tb debat at
the school bows at Tntc district oa
Friday evening, and reports a good
program and a fin ttm.
Mr Wm. ftrobat baa gfa to East
ern O regno wttb her daughter. Eliza
beib. and will be away for some time
Mr. aad Mrs. Davis bav been
loving a . visit from some of lhtr
Ea.'era friends. ho may settl la
Oregon. - --- i
Marlon Young was elected trust
of th vlllag school, Mr. Lowry bsv
Ing resigned on account of "moving to
Portland. Tb cboic of Mr. Young to
Ml th vacancy la a splendid one, as
be Is a ritlxea who alaays displays a
keen -Interest In educational affalra.
Aliwm Baker baa been serving ss a
Juror ,for som time, at- th county
An tone Batalgla. wbo bought th
("baa Epler farm, finds" Wllaonvllle.
a a shipping point, quit aa advantage
over wher h .lived la Easter Oregon
where his nearest shipping point was
J miles distant from bis horn.
Mr. Mallory, who waa formerly our
station agent here, waa ahaklng bands
with old friends la our village last
- Mra. Grimes, of Saa Francisco, Is
vlaKUjg. ber mother and father, Mr
and Mrs. Btallnecher. i
That vpersoaw lib a fondness for
Jewelry aad stray twenty dollar gold
piece, who dlsplsysd skill la robbing
Aden's. stor and th railway depot
last week, will probably not make bt
appearance soon again, for tb gnna
are1 now only waiting for tb drop ot
th bat.. '
Mr. Fred. Stallnecber entertained
th Hon viw Ladi' Aid society Oa .
Tharsday afteraooa in honor of ber t
daaghter." Mrs, Grimes, who bas asaay
A splendid cut of Jak Ptr's aw
store Is showa- In tb Jaa aary edition
of tb Dally Oregon 8tataroaa, wblcb
paper also coetaia a a lew description
of th growth of tb towas along tb
Oregon Electric Rail way, ""of whkrb
Wllsnavlll to quit" a noted statloa.
oa account of being at tb terminus of
tb aaaanaaotb brtdg.
- CASE iS DISMISSED-
E- C Dy WIN N FrtHe Frsct
DaMM srtoad. .
tb can of C C Dy. . Unlet
Flood, saaaager of tb Lfrte theater.
Portlaad. tb rbarg b4ag aawaalt,
baa beea dktavlssed at lb request of
Mr. Dy. Mr. Dy says that R was j
not that Flood did aot daervv tb
aaaoyaae that a psooacatloa would
Sir Slat bnt that b. Dy. did aot i
wtob to mbaraa lb peopi oa whom ;
mm wowi a forced to call aa witi
. wao ar bow ta tb mtdo ad
nood. aad la an probaMUty wlsb to
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