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MOKNIMI KNTEKPIUSK," THURSDAY, .FKHHUAUY 16, 1911.
The Old Man
A Story of Life In the West
By MARY D. "ARKE.
CoprrtsM br AwwtcSn Pr Asso
Kaipn rreviuau uiieu
chair against the whltewaabed wall of
the louff bulldimr and stared at tbe
glory of the setting sun beyond tbe
Caribbean sea. Tbe niagaaine be bad
been reading slipped through hla list
less Angers and clattered to the floor.
It waa tbe close of a bot day lu
Torto Rico, one of thoe ateahttag
tropical days that Is so like Itpred
ecessor in every detail of climate and
occupation that all parccpt'-'u of time
' la loot and one liven in a drvaai j hare
of unreality. f
Ralph Freeman lud livod !tjC.'w.ay
for year, ever slui-e be had fa I leu
heir to a small bausua plantation and
left tbe State to carve a fortuue for
himself. There bad ouue to him abun
dant health, vers tytje money and lews
happiness thatrTia, fcad expected, lie
bad left behind him a broken engage-
- Lillian, and aha had appeared to a
cept the attentions of that rich cotton
broker with complaceucy. When Ralph
reproached ber matters had come so
Swiftly tw bead that waa not until,
he waa on the atcaincr bound for Tor
to Rico that be realized be must In
reality begin all over again.
Jfow be bad been reading a maga
' sine story of a man lu tbe tropics, a
auaa who waa separated from the girl
be loved: how the girt, passing on a
yacht, bad tossed bottle overboard,
bottle containing a letter to tbe man.
" It waa a pretty atory. a clever story,
but a very unlikely thing to happen,
thought Freeman moodily. He was
situated much as that other man was,
but there would never be any bottle
or message for him! If Lillian bad
" married tbe cotton broker It would not
be strange If ab waa cruising In the
. Caribbean waters, but that abe cared
enough to send him a message of any
sort b did not believe. Such things
Bight happen la.atortes
"There were glanta In the earth In
those daya. he quoted cynically, just
a his eye was arrested by tbe glitter
C asalight on bottle dancing on the
am close to the white beach. With
FOOTD HIMSlLr HOLDIMO BUt EASUH.
a bound he had reached the wooden
talra, raced down them to the water's
edge and then. Impatient of delay,
dashed knee high Into tbe wavea and
rescued the bobbing bottle.
Empty It waa now, and he tossed It
down on the pebbles with an angry
Ha was tired of hla solitary exist
ence; be longed Inexpressibly for the
haunts of men. I'aya passed aud
weeks slipped away in the dreamy ex
istence on this tropic Ule. Tbe work
on hla plantation required little aur
Tislon, and tba negro hands appeared
to idle tba long days through, and yet
somehow tbe crops were harvested
and shipped by mule team to tbe near
est port where the fruit ateamers
tooched. Ills one story office building
waa a Uny affair, and one hour a day
was ample to keep bis business cor
respondence and accounts la terfoct
order. Ills field ha ads lived In sat-
huts somewhere about, and in
this Isolated region be waa often call
ad apoa to act as physician to the suf
fering bodies of bis childlike neigh
bors whea tba voodoo doctors failed
to work a cure. '
Suddenly be waa aelzed with a deal-
for home to see cities full of
white men, to feel tbe hard pavement
under bis feet, to be hemmed Id by
cliffs of brick and atone, to bear the
din of traffic and to participate In tbe
light and gayety of scenes of pleasure.
Dy traveling all night he conld catch
the fruit steamer that In passing might
drop him at Ban Juan. From there he
eould take a ateamer for nOME. Now
ha thought of home In capital letters.
Rodriguez, his Portuguese foreman,
tn th ;r L "'7. '
- it. .t,i i .- t. .
J , , T ? . feertroom. looked
tags and tossed soma clothing into a
bag Serv.nta rushed hither and thlth-
er at bla commands. Rodrlguei has-
l "",n uu received bla
ordora In atolld acquiescence. A mule
team clattered befora the door In the
mwuujui, duu uia traps were uuuajea
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In your nam ana nvnltuitM.
O Into the wagon, and he took fell MAI
twwlite the driver.
The long whitewashed' building
gleamed white In the moonlight; lb
see was an expanse of molten goia
tlx sky showed stars dimmed by lb
full nioou riding nigh la tbe beaveue.
There waa lb heavy scent of luscious
frulta and flower. Ib rauk swell of
vegetation, the peace of tbe land of
i the palut, but tba cold cltlee of tba
north were calling to mm, ami oe wa
going going home!,
Exhilarated, he turned and waved
farewell to hi servants. "Arttoe
Adloar he called, throwing silver
among theui.. Then there broke from
the nalma frimriur the Dlaula
tloo a running dark form. man
I B,,eediug in baste, aud Freeman's heart
Mnk a little, because be uew the
J signs. This messenger waa from oue
In trouble. Some oue sick or dying
"1 w ill uot go," he told himself fierce
ly, but when tbe native had thrown
himself at hia feet aud begged him to
couie to his father Freeman found
"Who la your father?" be asked to
gain time, not that it muttered, for
there was do caste among bis people.
"The old man of Oragua:" cried the
man. "If the master cornea uot be
"Why, he Is the voodoo man! Well.
no physician can cure himself. I'll
go. rrive on. Domlulque, to Oragua
They plunged Into the" forest rood,
the messenger running beside, the cart.
one hand resting on tbe shaft. Free-
regarded this Interruption as an au
gury that be bad bent remain behind.
Among these- superstitious people be
wss growing to believe In all aorta of
signs-and rresen tlments, hs nlly swa re
of It It did not occur to him now to
turn away from the aick man. Go he
must. If only to use bis scanty but
practical knowledge of medicine to
soothe pain or perba .effect a cure.
Hia remedies were mostly tbe simple
old fashioned ones be had learned
from bis mother.
Oragua lay over to tbe south, a tiny
scattering of buts near tbe beach a
few miles away from bla plantation.
In going there be could not catch tbe
fruit steamer. Missing that. It would be
days before be might get another, un
less he traversed many miles of rough
roads to reach a railroad line. Me set
tled despondently in bis seat, his mo
mentary enthusiasm smothered by the
pressing necessity of tbe moment.'
lie discovered the old man sunk In a
state of coma. He bad suffered a
stroke of apoplexy, and there was
nothing the young American could do.
aave to apply simple remedies that
would at least satisfy tbe wailing rel
atives that be waa doing something.
In fact, bis presence waa needless, bla
sacrifice. In vain. . -
Morning found him rloMiug the eyea
of the old man of Oragua. who bad
after all gone to the Great Physician
to be cured spiritually as well as bod
ily of bis ailments. When be had
withdrawn from the but of mourning
and Dominique had thrust In tbe cart
a large basket of fruit that the grate
ful relatives of the old man of Oragua
had pressed upon Freeman tbe latter
walked down to a little point of land
that Jutted Into tbe sea. When ha
emerged from a grove of palms Into
the full sunlight he waa startled by
the sight of a large steamer lying per
bapa a quarter of a mile from a ho re.
Two small launchea were putting oil
from her, and another was almost un
der bis very nose at the water's edge.
Wild with excltemeut, be rushed
away and called bis servant to bring
his luggage. Then he intercepted the
first boot, which bad Just landed a
dozen tourists, men and women, wba
looked at the sun browned American
with friendly eyes.
From the sailors Freeman learned
that tbe vessel was the Trlposa. a
tourist ateamer. cruising among tba
islands. Her steering gear bad gone
wrong off Oragua, and while it waa
being repaired those passengers wbo
desired It bad gone aabore. Tbe ateam
er waa outward bound from New Tork
and would make San Juan in the
course of her trip. Tbey thought it
likely that tbe captain would taka
Freeman as a passenger.
Delighted at this happy turn of fata
which seemed to have been brougbl
about by tbe old man of Oragua, Ralpb
found infinite satisfaction In seeing bfc
luggage stowed in the boat Then he
gave final directions to Domlnlquo
and bade blm farewell.
Now the other launches landed tbeii
tourists, and they, too, gazed at Free
man as tbey streamed past. Suddenly
hla heart Jumped madly and tbe blood
raced through bla veins aa it bad not
done alnce he bad last seen Lillian
Wade. For there she waa, staring
bnck with wondering eyes, starry with
happinesa at seeing blm. -
Forgetful of tbe cotton broker and
bis possible relationship to Lillian,
Ralph Freeman found himself holding
ber bands and trying to appear con
ventional before many curious eyes.
At a little distance be saw an aston
ished looking elderly woman wbo seem
ed to be waiting for Lillian.
"Oh, Ralpb! To think you should
be here!" 8be was breathing quickly.
"I was going to you-I'll tell you all
about it later. Then you haven't for
gotten me, and you have forgiven ma
for being auch a bruter be fairly
summered In his haste.
I've been punished. Ralph, for my
tj.- aha ...d humbly. r did
not nre blt tor tb't man on,y w"
raxed that you should doubt my ley-
Ut In the least Coma and be Intro-
with her. It Is all ao wonderful!"
To0 can thank tba old man of Or-
gua for thla, dear," ha aald to her aa
they went along. And to himself ha
whispered softly, wonderingly, "And
you can bet I believe tbera are glanta
in inesa flays too"
Mum. Fish lavs He Will Net hW
Member ef Nest Olympie Team.
The competitive Oeld la soou to lose
3. M. Dauiels. the champion swimmer.
)f tbe Kew York .Athletic club. And
tbla time It la no Idle rumor, ine
rest swimmer himself vouchsafed tbe
Informal ku before the race for the
2JU yard metropolitan title recently,
ind be added that be wwuld uot be a
member of tbe AtnetVau Olympic
team In Tbe news come aa a
tad blow, for If ever an athlete waa
luallfled.to represent his country and
to bold Us honor In an International
contest Daniels Is tbe man.
Foaaesscd of sprinting eeed tbe like
jf which the world has never known.
ible always to do a little better than
his best when the occasion required
and blessed with nerve and grit, be
baa been the Weal of the successful
fowpetitor aud one upon whom one
could alwaye rely. Hia lose will be
irreparable,' for. though other and
younger men are fast developing. It
will be hard. If not lmpossibla to find
CBARLKS M. DAHIII-a, WHO WILL QCTT
another swimmer able to give bis wash
to all comers at any dutanca from
fifty yards to one mile.
And there la email hope of persuad
Ing the champion to change bla mind.
Growing buslneaa Interests and . the
care of a family take up so much of
hla time that It la impossible for him
to train properly, and ha wisely con
tends that It is no use trying to do
anything unlesa one can do It In tbe
For the race which ha won by a
acant margin from James Rellly lu
New Tork recently fc had absolutely
no preparation, and be realizes that
the day baa passed when be can expect
to beat bis rivals without training.
Newcomers are Improving so rapidly
that aven ha muat be at bis best to
win, and one must commend bis de
cision In retiring at tba tenltb of his
career, much as all will regret bis loss
J. D. Fairclough, of Ogle Mountain
mines, spent last week In Oregon City.
Mrs. Geo. Roberts and baby spent
Thursday of last week the gueat of
Mr. and Mrs. C. Dickey.
F. M. Darling drove to MllwauVIe
Thtrraday to gat Jars for their green
Mrs. Lewellen la able to be up again
and her daughter, Mra. Ida Cromer and
baby, have returned to their home In
Mra. J. B. Fairclough has an attack
of la grippe.
Mrs. E. D. Barto Is on the aick list.
The Mountain View Improvement
Club met In regular session last Fri
day evening with J. E. Calavan as
president The regular routine of
business waa transacted. The ques
tion, "Resolved, That the Negro Has
More Cause for Complaint From Treat
ment of Whites Than the Indian," waa
debated. Speakers, J. Gorbett and J.
E. Calavan, affirmative, and Wm.
Beard and Sam V. Francis, the nega
tive. Tbe Judges decided the question
In favor of the negative. The special
program for Friday evening will be
a question box. All asked to write
Mr. Simpson and family of Canemah,
bought J. W. Gerber'a property on
Hood street and moved In last week.
Mr. Crawford haa been sick again
but Is Improving.
Mra. Minnie Albright and sonf Carl,
spent last Thursday In Sellwood with
Cliff McConnell. of Walla Walla,
Wash., waa the guest of J. M. Gilbert
and family Saturday and Sunday. He
went to Polk county Monday to get a
band of sheep.
Died, Feb. 13, 1911, D. Robeson,
aged 79 years, 10 months, 20 days.
Interment In the cemetery at Colton.
Mra. N. M. Aldredge la getting bet
Tbe measles are getting quite a
atart In thla burg. Little Charlie
Mason la very aick. John Aldredge
and family have measlee, also Mra.
Ott'a little baby.
W. O. Hall and wife, F, F. Curran
and wife and Geo. Everhart and wife
attended the entertainment at Clair
mont last Saturday evening and re
port that It was fine and they were
well paid for their trip.
Lee Jonea, of Phllometh, Is visiting
h(a mother, Mra. J. P.'Roehl thla week.
Mra. Roehl la able to alt up a little
each day. -
Mra. Mary1 Jonea and daughter of
Eldorado, were la thla burg Monday
on their return fiom Portland where
they visited a week with Mr. Jonea
The Socialiat club will meet at 611
Mt. Hood atreet next Sunday at two
o'clock p. m.
John Darling, Jr., who haa been at'
Mayer Freak's store la Portland,
! i homVrht week on a vacation
Mr. Leonard Sinclair, of Cams, la
calling on old friends In thla burg and
down town thla week.
Mra, R. J .Bealey and eon, Walter,
of Vancouver, a C, are visiting her
mother, Mra. A. U HIcKman.
Improvement Association special
meeting Thursday evening In Green's
Hall. Kveryone Invited. Several Im
nortant queatlona to be discussed.
Basket b-tll game Friday evening
between the Oak Grove Seniors and
the Parkplace teatua.
Miss May Brown, of Turner, Or.
spent Wednesday with her old friend
and schoolmate. Mra. Charles Worth
Ington. Mrs. A. C. Lewis Is sick with la
Mra. John Rlsley was a Portland
visitor Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs.. Youna went to the hospital
Tuesday to vtalt with her husband,
who had a serious operation lately.
Mrs. Virgil Clark waa a Portland
H. It Warren and R. K. Emmond
have purchased the atore of Graham
A Son and will be pleased to aee all
old customers and many new onea.
Mrs. Alf Allen of Klsley. was In
Mr. and Mra. L .Voaburg left Thurs
day for Spokane, Wash , to spend aev-
era! weeka with Mra. Voahurg'a sister.
Geo. Sherk left Tuesday morning
for hia mill over In Washington, near
Mra R. U Ilerron, who haa been
quite sick,, la well and able to be out
Mra.lknoejt- Of Vuodburur- aient
several days last week with ber niece
Mrs. R. L. Ilerron.
Mr. J. Rupert haa a aevere caae of
Mrs. Riley spent Wednesday with
frlenda at VdodaWnrr :
Mra, V. Blackeby. of Woodburn, Is
visiting with her sister, Mrs. U K.
Bentley and family.
Mra. Roy Blackeby and alster. Miss
Able, were Portland visitors Wednes
Mra. II. Payne, mother of Mra. L
E. Armstrong, waa tendered a postal
card shower on her Smh birthday at
Mrs. Guy DeGolla'a home, near Cher
ryvllle. February tS.s '
A Valentine party was given by
Llndsey McArthnr at his home Tues
day evening. Games were played un
til a late hour. A lunch waa served
by Mra. MeArthur. Those present
were: Margaret Lewis, Mary stein.
Elsie Skllley. Edna Shubert. Madge
Ellis, Edwin Shubert, Barton Snerk.
Ernest Griffiths. Paul Herron. Vernon
Bennitt. Robert Coegriff, Hulda Strom-
er. Ruby Stromer. Hester Armstrong
The postofflce department of the
school went Into efoct on Valentine
day and many Valentines were sent
bark and forth through the ornce. .
The school will debate with the
Barclay achool. "Queatlon, "Resolvrd,
That Emigration Should Be Further
Restricted by Law."
The legislature was continued for
another week. Two bllUpaased the
Mrs. Endlcott waa absent today on
account of alckneaa.
M. E. church. Rev, Henry 8pela, paa-
tor. Sunday achool 10 a. m. Preach
ing at It a; m., by pastor. All Invited.
The funeral of Mra. J. T. Frlel, SrM
took place at Cherryvllle Thursday,
Feb. 1(1 at 12 o'clock. Mra. Frlel
passed away Monday, Feb. 13 at 6 p.
ra. She had not been well for over
two years, aa ahe had had aeveral
strokes of paralysis, the last proving
fatal. A1I that materia medica' and
careful nuralng could do proved of no
avail. The deceased leaves a, hus
band and seven children, all' living
near, and were present to pay their
last tribute to their beloved mother.
The children are Mra. Viola Klrby. of
Portland. Ore.; Mra. Maggie Murray,
Sandy; Mrs. Eva R. Hart, Sandy; Mra
Phoebe Allen, Cherryrille; Mrs. Ma
bel Mclntyre, Salmon River; John T.
and Jerry 8. Frlel, Cherryvllle. Mra
Frlel waa bom In Delaware In 1845.
where ahe waa married, moving to
Sioux City, la., about forty yeara ago,
where they lived until four yeara ago
when they came to Cherryvllle, Ore.
Sbe waa a kind and loving mother
and It la needless to say will be great
ty missed, but tbe consolation la left
for those who mourn that ahe has
passed, from the suffering of mortal
sense to her home In the spiritual
realm. "There la no death, what
seems to be Is only transition." "Oh,
never sit we down and aay there'a
nothing left but sorrow! We walk
tbe wlldernesa today, the promised
land tomorrow. And though age
wearies by the way, and hearts break
in the furrow; we'll sow the golden
grain today, and harvest cornea tomor
row." The family has the sympathy
of the entire community In their be
reavement Antone Malar Is at Corvallls attend
ing the O. A. C Farmera' week.
Mra. Grace Pridemore, of Three-Six,
Is visiting Mra. E. D. Hart this week.
Monday came the nearest to bel an
a blizzard of anything tbla country
has witnessed for some time.
The election' having gone' for im
provements It Is to be hoped Mllwaukle
will be "lifted out of the mud." There
is no obstacle In the. way and no ex
cuse why this town can't be put on a
par with other growing suburbs of
Portland. Of course there Is quite a
difference of opinion aa to the streets
Improvement should be made. This
idea of digging out a trench In the
middle of the road and throwing in a
little gravel to sink out of sight, does
not require much engineering skill,
but tbe property owners have to dig
down Just the same. It looks reason
abhS to have the work done right In
the first place, and If. aome of th i
work done In other up to date towns
would be studied It might prove a
valuable lesson and it la to be hoped
the present coterie of public official)
will not spend the peoples' money for
some unsatisfactory experimenting. It
Is an easy thing to sit on a road roller
and rock crusher, and draw four or
five dollars a day, but It la another
thing to make a good serviceable and
economical street or road. The fol
lowing la the result of votes cast:
Street Improvements, yea, 94; no, 36.
Shall we hold biennial elections, yea
87; no, 40. Shall Mllwaukle spend Its
own rosd tax, yes, 108; no, 21. Bhill
Mllwaukle Issue bonds for 15000 for
sewer or atreet Improvements, yea 88;
Council met In regular session
Tuesday evening, February 14. and
took np the passage of the ordinance
regulating the aaloone, also raised tba
saloon license to f 800 a year. An or
dinance to regulate the prohibiting of
minora In the pool wm. AO ad
journed meeting to Wednesday even
ing. Feb. 18. will be held to canvass
tbe ballot and finish up some unfin
ished business that was brought before
the Council. There will be a petition
presented for the Improvement of
Main and Washington streets.
Several petitions are In circulation
for atreet improvements and will be
presented to the City Council at the
next regular meeting.
The effort of the Commercial Club
In conjunction with the City Council
to pava the way for atreet Improve
mentg has-been crowned with euo
The charter amendment submitted
to tbe voters at the election last Mon
day carried with a Urge and hand
some majority, which shows the people
begin lo realise that Improvements are
a necessity and we hope to aee a great
change by the end of (he year.
Tbe pool room la moving to the
new Wetxler building, aud the patrons
of the postofflce will have no further
cause for complaint. It la Urge and
roomy and the average Mtlwauklvlte
will have ample space to spend his
time and Incidentally hla money.
The Portland ltel Co. baa opened
up for buslneaa In the old hotel build
ing In the quarters formerly occupied
by the defunct Willamette Publishing
Co, Mr. Klniel. the proprietor, la an
It la to be hotted the Southern Pa
cific R. R. Co, -will put an agent In
the WHUhurg aud lleaverton depot
here, aa It la not very pleasant to
have freight and baggage dumped off
to lay In the drenching rain, with no
one to look after It.
The tile factory la ready to turn out
wa 1 1 tl 1 1 n k awelr ea-U- u sed -for - par il
lume In first claaa buildings. Some of
tbe clay was Imported from China.
C. C. Mullan la building five pleasure
boats for Cryatal Lake Park. Mr.-
Wltte spares no pains or money to
The Smoker given by the Mllwaukle
Commercial Club Friday evening was
a grand aucceaa. Mr. F. F. Piper waa
presiding officer and toaatmaater, and
demonstrated bla ability aa an orator,
humorist and entertainer. , A large
and appreciative crowd waa present.
The evening waa enjoyed by all. Fif
teen new membere were added to tbe
Commercial Club memberablp.'
The Mothers' and Trarhera' Club
will give tta play Saturday evening In
the City Hall, entitled "A Street Fair."
General admission, 25 cents. Reserved
aeata, 35 cents'. Children IS rents.
All home talent' AU come and help
the Boys' Club and gymnasium.
Remember the basket social given
Friday evening by the Grange.
Women'a Work Club held a eoclal ,
-A . . . . . . 11.. I '
at me nome oi Airs. a. jtbuu
nesday afternoon. A very pleasant
time waa .had by all present. Refresh
nienla were served by the hostess.
MStliers' and Teachera' Club will
meet Feb. 21 at the school bouse at
3 p. m. Regular meeting.
Prof. Oena waa out Wednesday ev
ening and gave tbe club Its first les
son. The club will be furnished dumb
bells and all apparatua needed.. Tbe
Professor will come out every Wed
nesday evening fur the present.
The traveling library arrived at the
free reading room Friday nd books
are ready for distribution.
J. A. Peterson la out again after a
slight attack of appendicitis.
Chester McLaughlin Is hauling wood
to market tbla week.
Mayor Ewlng, of Mlnthorn, haa been
sojourning In Portland a few daya thla
Mr. Shftppard and wife, who former
ly lived In Mllwaukle, have returned
after an absence of several months,
and aay Mllwaukle la good enough for
Mr. and Mra. Fred !hman were
Portland visitors Tuesday.
Mra. Morand of Qulncy addition, waa
In Portland Wednesday.
Chaa. Maple, now employed In
Jancke Drug Co., Portland, will realgn
hla position and go Into the Maple
Drug Co. at Sixteenth and Alberta
atreeta with bis brother.
Geo. Stone, the popular meat cutter
and a fancy boxer, haa a big Jaw. Mr.
Stone aays It Is toothache but we
doubt It aa be goes to Sellwood quite
often to box with the boys, and we
think he got a bad slap In the face.
Mr. Geo. Maple Is expected home
from Celllo thla week to remain per
Ike Mullen haa returned home from
the Sellwood hospital where he was
treated for typbold fever.
E. M. Kellogg. la moving over Into
IV, Raw ll'-l.la. KllllHInff F
Mr. Parallus haa recovered from
rheumatism and la grippe and la able
to be out.
W. H. Prunk. our amiable druggist.
baa been to s&lem on business and
Evangelical church E. Radnbaugh,
pastor. Sunday achool 10:30 a. m.,
Fred BIrkemeler, superintendent.
Preaching at 11:30 a. m. by pastor.
T. P. A. at 1 p. m. Mrs. Ada Wallace
Cnruh, State President of W. C. T.
U. will give an address at 8 p. m.
Prayer meeting Wednesday at 8 p. m.
Choir practice Thursday evening.
Teachera' meeting Friday evening with
Rev. J. C. Emmel.
E. F. Qlnther haa two acrea of land
nearly cleared for spring crop. That's
a good way for an old farmer to pass
the long winter months. Take out a
stump occasionally, keep a fire nag
ging away, saw Into Btovewood the
wood that will burn In a atove, and
lo and behold! when anrlna arrives.
a 'course of acres of cleared land are
ready to contribute their share of life.
giving elements to the general fund.
Orlando Fellows, of Highland, nnr.
Chased a cow of John Heft.
Mra. ,R. Glnther visited with Mr
and Mrs. Frank Grossmlller last Sun
David Moebnke and family "have
moved to C. Muralt'a where nan !
Charley - 8telner and Miss Mary
Hollfan were married last Hnfnrdav
They have many friends who wish
them success In their new venture.
waiter Shubel la sick with measles.
A large number of relatives anent
the afternoon at Henry Hettman'a to
day. K. Glnther has received a fine nr.
gan from the East yeaterdav.
Mr. ana Mrs. C. Hornschuh went to
Oregon City Friday.
Luke Duffy Is selling fine clover
Mrs. p. Bluhm visited-Mra. E. T.
Glnther one day the past week.
A number of our young folks went
to Clarkea last night to help com
memorate the 102nd anniversary of
Abraham Lincoln, and report a very
sociable time. All. honor to Lincoln.
Our nation's guide, let us learn
more and more of hla ideaa and labor
to put Into governmental practice,
more of bla Intentiona.
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