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AY, .FEBRUARY 17, 1911.
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YAI1KS IN OXFORD-:
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Cm Aaa she CUi- laea
StoU ad He Otftsre.
SrrrrmJ lawrVil Bbssles scholar at
Oifwrd amfterUrj wW In" the
eeasaJ lalervarsity coat ef Oiford
Caattiridg tb tualui sprttg. W. A.
ZetgW kM iWil thai la UVal
pear aarnac h Osferd ktaatf
tbjwwer. a4 be la espertod I 4 al
ana af tbia tb rarwole
the Mtkr berumee farersM. Tbe
there la tbe leak sprwer Laoaw.
te should give th Csstah pty
(mbl la hH drpsrrmest- see taer
a II R- WoU for tb a) ysrd. At
Oxford tbey bar it that be ha beat-
. every mi U America: bat. though
h sslgM spprar sarart fa tb Otosi
aos. h weeJd b u; enough to
saerat th aarJoael title be bu wo
"eat tbia side of the pood. There la yet
another Aaaeriras to K. HabUe. aaid
to b good tor tb bleb i9 He "
already beate feet torb. and
by tW time tb opecta rse aroaud
he Mparts -t be rtiftai feet or
perhaps trifle higher. 11 at a too
fairly good shot pwtter. as it ras be
eeee tbat lb Americans will be a
tower mt streagta to (b dark btnea
Imdiv immmmr a Star.
Om of tbe eerlostrtes a rb Cam
brUJx toaai tbla aar la aa Indtaa big
Jttaipar' an tba way froat Maaal Aba
hiicfe arbooL tadla. and. tboctb bat a
atrlptlnc ba la aatd to bar a laJabtd
atjla aad aeada only atrroctb aod ar
to tw abla to kar aa? bdxbt ba Hiea
Tba B4BM of Uta aaw areoder la EL A.
DaboU. aod bia brst public effort la
I fart $ terbea. bat It la aald tbat ba
caa laapfwva tbat mow by larbea. It
baa bera stated tbat tba larrodartioa
. ot tW totomOedata raataata baa aooe
toward brtejdBC eat
saatarlaJ at CaeUaidca. a ad
aaaet aaa wby tba Ozoaisas
da aet try tba ooeKy.
la tuaiawatlas; oa tba aboratoeala
at Oxford aa ot tba rrttirs maaria:
It to aew ts Raeif. aod tba Coaiiab
totad la aiew to adapt IT f to aordL
tJea. Tbla la what tba lata Lard Derby
aaJd a beat tba propaaal to foaod aa
raxllab apeakJttf; atbletle carartal
Tee ararda but ba applied eqaaUf
araO to Oxford la tba aaatter af toier
caOeslato eoaipedttoa aa tba fcaark
aat eysteai adopted by Caabridec It
was aarr"ted by tba Oxford traasarer
years aaa. bet tbea. as aaw. failed to
Tbe aJteraaOra arbeaae a retoy
fadaa; was aabaHtatad Bad aa far
wltb reetxldmble aarraaa. latereet oa
Ibere are vanoua preparatleaa ea4
yf asaaJrarea to iveaoee atslaa aader
lurf ullt WKb rarefal tows
auat ea tbaie raa be retted apea. bat
(km U aar doabt a boat a aperte!
I MunllM tatstlllU llT a taV-L
Aa a afaia ranoeer It ts exiat.
isl tba wecsaa bo "keroa balf a
j. i. a aa tba eutlaaary waaastaad
a-bere abe waabes bar bsnd rarely
Bill bare to brosb for tba aaaibtTlna
Oute arid Is atos ri lt b b
Ivtoaa ta aae aataa. It stid be
pOad wttb a bU of fwrtoa oa tba rod ef
ta eraaarwodd atsra. la ealaa tba
waaoa tbe tk mt tba 8ar caa be
rabbad lata a aertiow. rf bV Later riaea
a-ell wltb riear water.
gutoa ea tba akSra af tba flacere are
jnlrkly moored wttb a axHat paxakw
oa. Tbia ts baralaabla to ret off tba
Srst blotrbea after preeeota. paiol
tat or dot aay CiatgvrtBg work. la
asee waere tba Bade tbe Balls
kaa rearbeaed a muintwdered pota
k caa ba awbiteaaAvWia leeaua Juice
tad applied wltb SB arsgMR.wd atVa.
Keeer arrapa away a auia; It roecbr
raa botb cadrla aad aail aod becoeare
a dirt eatrber retber tbaa dirt re
awTec Soakls; tbe Ojm af tba flam ta
oil ail wtil kelp to beep tba akia
tboat tba aaQa la good roadiUua.
the UBey road icroaiida has been keen
er si are its adopt loa for oaa tblog. for
aaotber. party CoHlag aad party aplrli
bar bora aroosed aa aever before
Soase axteaded arateta a aystMn. I
aieas. wblrb wffl prorlde fall a-ope
for all atbletee rlgbt tbroagb tbe aea
aoa an ma still Impendre. bowerer.
"About tba eoereaa of tba Cambridge
lntertoUeglata coaipetltloa orbeaoa
tbera raa be bo tws opto loo - Apetby
kaa ctrea pfau to ortlilty. W ea bare
tbeir cotlea-a tatmata to look after a
wall aa tbetr owa. wblle tba wbola
eoaspedOoa a una to eageader eon
tfsMaoea ficbttac laatead of laternjlt-
PEKITS RELAY RACES.
aWoajtoeoth Aavtaal Iwtsrachalaatie and
latorcailofiato ta Be Held April 29.
Tba Atblefir Aeeoriafloa of tbe Cnl
rnULjrfFen3lTanIa will give Its
arreateeotb aonnal laterscbolastlc and
laiarcoUegiaie relay meet oa Franklin
field. rbJladeipbla, April 29. la tbe
team race aorlca there will ba three
areata ore rare at ooe mile, each man
to raa 440 yards; another at two anllea.
acb ma a to raa KHO yards, and tbe
third at four miles, each mao to ran
an Bile. Tbeaa raea will determine
tba rollrje ebamptonsblp of Amerlra
and are open to college tesma of tbe
rolled gtatea aad Caaada.
eat Cream Faee BatK.
arbea a woeaaa'e fare la tortlaed to
Ldryaeae U rold weather tba ieea aaa
asea water oa tt tbe better, tor toe
water Is drylag aad win agzravata the
roodltioa tbat other ageus which are
cleansing aiaj euotbe aad erea beaX
A peraoa who la wttiteg to take tba
troable to ase sweet creaas dally oa
her far 111 gtre the best of treat
Mt a taUespoobfttl of rream la eof
ftrleat for tbia bath. To erery Uble
poaafal af cream aheaid be pnt tea
drops ui tlartare of beasoln. This la
ter piaaereea the Utegrtty of the rream
aad ts aa exrelleat appHeatVo.
To as tbta atlxrore a small Mt f
old aoft llaea ahoohl be aararated aod
tbe far tbea tborwojrbJy weC Tbe
throat aod tba Cesh brblod the eara
ahoald a ho be bathed. Tbea with
tba Anger tlpa the serf are ae aauloted
at ba rabbrd geaUy for Bre miaotea.
Thai wffl eead the rream la'o tbe pore
aad loose tba dost. Tbe face mast
tbea ba wet wttb mora cream. This
mat wash la to restore the soiled ap-pUratloa.
Before retirmg la tbe beet tlase
tbla work. Tbe last anointing amat
remala oa an alghc la the Bsorolag
the far should be wiped with a lotion
ef oae-elghth gtyrerta. the other arrea
parts being rvsewater. The wash hi
tatended to bare jost eaoogh glyrerla
ta tt to prevent tbe astrlBgeat artloo
Bunmng tbe Hair.
The reason that some women's hair
la ao this to becanse tbey Aerer glr
tbe air a rhaare to get at the scalp,
especially with the a amber of rata worn
nowadays. But. even if yoa do not
wear them, give jonr balr a anonlag
at least onre a week and erery day If
It la possible. Toot balr needs each a
treatment, and ao dnee your aralp, for
the cold dries tbe aataral nourishment.
and tons tbe hair Is likely to beroma
dry and lsterleaa. Take all tbe hair
pins oar I in nair. reran au ine
tangles by running the fingers through
It, then seat yourself la a comfortable
seat by the window through which the
sun la streaming. Toss tbe balr about
from time to time and massage the
aralp to get tba glands working prop
erly. Part the balr in different place
ao the atn will get all orer tbe scalp.
Do this for an hour if you can; but. if
ao. balf aa boar la better than bob.
You need not fear headacb unleaa It
la tbe hottest part of tbe summer.
Th following transfer of read eo-
tafe were Pled yesterday la tb office
of Coaaiy Recorder U E. Williams:
Alfreds Zora to Martha at. aad Ag
Meyer, kfta U 2. X. 4. block M,
Oracoa City; $L
George aad KHU L BlghamU U
Amslroag. kX i of block 17. Prat
SabdirtsioB of Oak Cros: ftM.
Mtaai Odell to Oarid Myer. lot IX
block 12. Mlaibara addlUoa to Port-
rred J. Nclsoa to A. W. FXxdjc and
Lena Ford re, (a acre of William
Raaaen a L C No- 22. township 4
aooih. rang 2 east; also lots X. 2,
sectioa tt, towaahla 4 south, rang
R. a aad LUliaa P. Holcomk to
Job Leweaberger. I acre of sectioa
9. It. 17. township 2 sooth, range
Mlaa tada Cvana GJea Paper
Teacttars institute at Can.
Pirates Need Firet Rasemaa) Badly.
Fred Clarke, manager of tbe Pirates,
would giro almost anything to captare
"m flnrt base man of eren arerage type,
la the past aereo yeara tbe pilot of the
Buccaneers baa tried out no fewer tbia
thirteen men. Those who could field
couldn't bit and tlx who could bit
couldn't field. Kitty Branafleld would
look pretty sweet to Clarke right now
. A 'amity af Baasball Players.
Ting" Bodle of the Ban Francisco
team of tba Pacific coaat league la one
of sersa brothers, aix of whom art
playing baseball. Bodle cracked out
thirty one bom runs In it season and
was drafted by tbe Chicago White
' Horse Racing tn Australia. -
- la Australia racing goes an every
day In the year. It's tbe favorite
port of tbe antipodes. Tbe Melboura
cop la worth l-V)XXX to tbe winner,
while the Derby pay $20,000, .
The woman who motora should take
mora cars of her complexion tn win
ter, for It la now tbat much ha roc to
wrought by biting east winds. Before
starting on a long drive aba aboulA al
ways rub cold cream Into her face and
on returning should wipe it off with
etjual parts of roaewater and glycerin.
Tb tendency to wrinkles wblch la
produced ao often by frowning when
motoring la prevented if the face la
bathed wltb sour milk, tba approach
ing wrinkles being gently rubbed In
tba oppoalte direction.
Feetbsfl Money Maker For Michigan.
Michigan baa 128.945 In bar athletic
treasury. Football receipts for 1010
Braid Invalid Hair,
"When caring for a patient with
long, heavy balr I arrange it. In two
firm braids," writes an experienced
"Fastening two long, aoft ribbon or
atrip of cloth at th top of the braid.
I wind It closely to th end, again se
curing tb strip carefully.
"In this sheath the balr lie smooth
nd untangled, only needing to be
cared for one In aeveral days and giv
ing th nek on tba least possible aa
A Good Fattaner.
Utlv oil 1 an excellent fatten er.
Bom can take a tableapoonful after
each meal easily. It, stimulates and
makea active th digestive organ,
clean tb complexion and makea tb
rim ivr viv
. 1 1 jet bright tn4 pftrkllag. ,
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By Carrier.' 1 year.. $2 00
OISEASS OF FRUIT TO BE MADS
HOOD RIVER. Or. Feb. 1C W. H
lawrewr. who hsa bee eerwred by
ta Hood River A Ml Growers- FlWw-
bb Aaanrlatkia fnr ISO wml sea or
sutler a atwdv of new disease coodW
tiooa la tb vatTey. m been aaa wora
March 1. Mil Lawreetc win r
etadv ta soeJled -Wtoier-ala-- How.
ever, be wOl aaa visits t an porta
of tb valley, aad b o ta looaoeu
for aay aw dtoeavs. Tb aaaocUrto
was ronoed by th local orrkardist4
last rear. Mr. La ere or via carry oa
kta work aoder tb aapervtsksi of th
Oregoa AgrtcaltBral Coi'eg. Aa of
He aad laboratory apparatas. a
sary for hi lavtlgatca. will be far-
albed him at tbe evpeaa or ta r-
bardlsta. bo UT also pay ata aaary
of $250 a year.
Tart a fa Enee.
Cakra Presiaeat Taft. aa 8
retarr of War. was gweat.of t Peorta
Craa oa Ljacola Day. He seat tb
ciab a blu of 1417 for traveling as
pease. Tbe ciab held U ap aatil a
few dare ago. shea tb Preal4et pat
it la ta hasds of a lawyer. Tb dab
the paid M0 X. T. World .. .
d wosae) today read aptoadkd book
TttVwt ryto omMIo( a-'esttoa to
niMras Jot biogratkl-
ao not read aM baograrkta la rta
Tb calMre re4 tbeva artc tb
etvdy ported. The w sek of them
ciaaa. rf tbey r Issportaat : atoo
era a abort ,otatK "hJch shoaid
b carefalry Uaght before betag cosa
adtted to mimoty.
Tie chlldre) tor th aorrle
-4 great ase ear as Uacota. Waab
agtoa. Fraakn aad other, aad mark
raja to boaeety. rtf-coelroL pe
everewc aad trwthfalaeea from tbe
Mv, all blpag or bora aad gtrta
to better aad falKr avaaaoo aaw
We have be) kaviag bad weather
& Powell waa ra-red to t bom ot
A. warbroad. Mr. wiu&roava oeta
Dr. Weaver waa raCed to e Mr
k-oaackak. who baa had th grip. Eav
asa Koaacaak also has th grip-
Mr raa Mitts ts at Caaby asrs-
Ing her daaghtor. Mr. W. P .Lee, who
l a bt gin.
DrrUod arhool closed thla week as
th teacher weat to Orearoa City to at
tend th teachers examinatSo.
XI ls Lorv Mttu cam bom Friday
evening aad ata pod until Sunday even,
Mlaae Elaa aod Rachel Miller raiier
oa Mlaa Lcy Mttu Saturday after-
Bora. Saaday. February $, to Mrs
a Heak. a so. .
Th a man son of G. Heake. as
oa and a-half year. I very slrh
tth peeBooia. .
Mr- Eby la repairing his bam. as
sisted by hla so. Doc-
Henry Kleter has been aaiuiag po-
Mtsa Lory - Cochran has goo to
Jim Mitts had th misronsa to
lose a cow last Suaday.
Tha temnorary bridge by the Dry
land school ho 1U b In aooa, th
material now being oa th ground.
Thla place will be r-fllled next sum
By M1L l year
Cnd In your nam
Th foundation . for all reading la
the Intermedial grade la Laid ia the
primary rooama. The pupil brings with
him from th primary grades:
i. A vocabulary of several kandred
2. Aa ability to read well any ma
terial aot beyond th grade of bia
2. Aa Interest In reading.
4. Phonic ith a few of the dia
Bat w who teach la th country
school often find children who have
had no work whatever la phonlca. And
belie v tb first thing we should do
i the cases ta to teach him pho
nic, in order that he be gfvea tb
power to help himself la discovering
new words. Thla as a rut can be
easily done, by setting apart a few
In a tea of each day for drilling oa
"Phonics.- The pa pi Is of this age can
learn to blend words readily, and tt
give the teacher an opportanlty to
teach diacritical markings st th asm
Th child at thla age Is reading to
learn, and at th sam tlm learning
to read, fie reads for general In for
mat km as well ss for pleasure ; and
one of bis first difficulties l hi de
termining tb meaning of new words.
Her la th time for him to get tb
Dictionary habit." a habit which will
b valuable to him ail his Hf. With
help from th teacher be gradually
learns to pick out the particular mean-
og which he wants.
W ran also teach htm to grasp th
meaning from the context. , TDs too,
th teacher can help him understand
be thought by concrete examples, for
example: We cam to th word dis
mount la reading. Tb children did
not know tb meaning. I waa sittiqg
on th arm of tb chair, and said.
"This Is my horse ; I've dismounted."
They canght th meaning quickly.
Th teacher should take up dlfllcult
expression separately and .much drill
Is needed on them to Insure perfect
articulation, B careful of such words
as hia-to-ry, ten-der-ness and govern
ment and words ending In Ing and
leas. The children are very apt to
say comln' and speechtus. '
If you are the new teacher and
spvsk thee troublesome words cor
rectly you will at first notice the chil
dren glancing at on another and per
haps will hear someone whisper-tbe
word ta himself, but It won't be long
before you hear them- speaking the
words ss you do.
It seems to me tbat the two mala
points In the teaching of reading in
thea grades are "thought getting"
and "thought expressing." We, aa
teachers, should lead pupils to under
stand snd sppreclata the thought.
This can be don by questions, also
br explanations with pictures, or
blackboard illustrations. One does
not have to be sn artist to do these,
ss children understand even crude Illustrations.
Then, too, we should teach th read
ing lesson at the right season. Chil
dren appreciate snow stories on snowy
days, rather than on sunshiny ones,
and other lessons accordingly.
Paraphrasing helps In th study of
In thought expressing we have moat
drills on easy lessons lessons where
th words snd language are easily
comprehended by tb 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.." To try to remedy this
we have days where our recitations
are nothing more than study times,
where we take up difficulties together.
Other days we spend tlm tn thought
expressing, as It seems ss though we
do not have time for all things In reg
In connection with our rending In
the grade much work can be done
In literature. Many of our girls and
boys, especially those of tb country,
never -take np any high school work
thus missing the work in English and
American literature. Bo In planning
our work for th year we can put In
much literature study. That ts, au
thors with their writings. If two au
tbors are studied each year from the
first grade, tha pupil, When he gred
uates from the eighth grade, haa
good knowledge of sixteen writers,
besides those which are taught Inci
dentally. In my mind this Is very Im
portant, ss much Is gained from these
works to raise the standard of, the
pupils' Ideals, to create a lov for the
beautiful thought of th author a
These thoughts react and effect the
lives of the boys snd girls. And then
too. It teaches him ta notice tha
writers of good stories. .Many men
K. S. Wood has had tb pleasure of
visit from hJ Intlmat frlead aad
employer. Mr. R. TX Cooper, daring
thla week, i Mr. Cooper Is now Irving
Graa Valley aad Is widely known
over Oregon aa on of its successful
badness men; be owns a number or
th beat race horse ia tb State aad
came her to learn how thos which
he haa at tb Clackamaa County Fair
Oroande ander Mr. Wood's supervi
sion, were doing. Mr. Cooper was not
only pleased with th condition and
ahowing of bis horses her, but was
very much delighted with tb prograsa
Cabby had mad sine hla last visit,
and be spoke very optomiatlcally ot
Ita future aad hla Intention to make
some extensive Investments her.
Messrs. J. L Combe. J. A. Cobb. T.
C. Dillingham, i. M- Baty aad A- L
Soell took tb trala Thursday morning
for Pott land. AH except Mr. Soell re
turned tb sam' dsy. -
Rev. Dana, pastor, of th Christian
church, returned to hla arhool duties
at Eugene Thursday morning after
holding service In bia cbarca her
Monday, Tuesday snd Wednesday ev
ening. Tbea service bare been well
attended. - .
Henry Combs haa on display at his
place of business on Main street a
fin lla of sample of gents' suits.
The population of Canby la Increas
ing. Mrs. Warren Lee Is th mother
of this Ust Inhabitant
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey BUael mad
visit to Portland last Friday.
J.M, Beaty and daughter, Maud,
went to Portland Satnrday. Mia
Maude haa had a very- delicate opera
tion powformod at BL Vincent's hos
pital. She bsd lost her bearing en
tirely and now ah la abl to detect
the allgbteat uoia.
Mr. Lizzie R. White, purchased.
through the Canby Realty Co., lot 1
In block 18. Canby, from 3. A. Cobb.
J. A. Cobb held a public sal at the
Kendall cottage, where h haa been
living, Saturday, selling all his house
hold effects. Everything waa diapoaed
of quickly and many articles solJ for
less than half of their value. Mr.
Cobb and family leave Immediately
for Portland where th family will
remain wftll Mr. Cobb find a loca
tion to suit, probably In Arizona. . . .
Edna Hutchinson went to Aurora
Saturday evening where ah will at
tend to the duties of central at th
telephone office aatil Sunday evening.
Mrs. Charles Mosbberger ha been
quite ill for tbe past week, but we are
glad to report tbat she Is much bet
ter st this writing.
The infant son of Morley Mack haa
been quite ill. Dr. Dedman has been
caring for the little boy.
Ella Summerfleld, from St. Johns,
was here yesterday, Friday, visiting
John C. Wanhope, state organizer of
the Socialist party for the State of
California and Oregon, lectured in tn
City Hall Friday evening, Feb. 10, to
large and appreciative audience.
The address had for Its subject.
Scientific Socialism.'' Tbe conditions
in foreign countries and those existing
among the foreigners In our own cotin
try waa explained at length. This
evening another address will be deliv
ered by the same speaker and others
will also participate.
The Artisans had a fine social meet.
Ing Thursday evening. Ten appIW
cants wer received. A larg number
attended. Refreshments wer served
and. everyone present reported a most
excellent time snd plenty of good
things to eat Tbe assembly furnished
The K. O. K. A-'s had an Interesting
meeting with Rev. Creesy and tbey
laid their plans for the organising of
a base ball team.
Mrs. Geo. Ogle report that her hus
band.' who has been spending all hi
time recently on hi farm, mad her
a visit the-last of this week. Mr,
Ogle is plowing In preparation for the
putting in of the crops,
Mr. Clarence Zeck, from Fort Ross,
cat., was home a few days this week
visiting his parents, Mr. snd Mrs. John
Zeck. We understand that Mr. Clar
ence eZck Is comlnsVto Oregon perma
nently ss h Intend to homestead In
i A.- O. Larson, of Portland. North
Dakota, Is visiting his acquaintance
ana mend, u K. Lei a of this place.
' P. L. Coloman hae seen engaged as
principal of th Barlow schools dur
ing the Illness of their regular teach
er. Prof. Coleman Is a trscher of n-
nsuai ability, and we feel sure that
he will .make good In the work wblch
be has undertaken.
our butcher, carl Luck, finds It
dlfllcult to keep supplied with dome.
tlca(d animal for beef,, so on 8L
raieattoe Day We aad Willi-
sUU set owt horseback aod with rtfW
. ikw, wium Tbey re
turned t U evening brl"' '
dead frva rf aa aaimai. wikb vtm
raptarcd oeversi a0e fro -$..
declare R was a Haoa. other
aay aa elk. bt th batchers Inelet,
that It weaa runaway steer, which
bad err4 frs tbetr fat teeing pe.
At aay rat tbey could sot take tb
aalaaal a!lv therefore they brought
it la dead. .
Mrs. W. R Porter, a teacher of the
M E. Sabbath school. s surprised
last Saaday by being reseated with
. a V . - ' M
a aaodsosss uapin -- -
rkii .w kr Sabbath school class.
ho la soss way bad learned that It ,
was hrr fifty-fifth birthday.
v-iw.a mfJitloaa re snaoe to
b M E. Church last Sabbath, tare
of which consisted or M. r. uw i
mmA vmf aad Mrs. nuchaaaa. who
r ad Bit ted by. letter, wbll lb
others Joined oa profeaato. of their
faith la Christ.
M. J. L tod th Mi l three o'clock
9ebo4 prayer sseetlag. hlch waa
assembled ia th N'orweglaa charrh
last Sabbath. Joha R. Newtoa Is to
lead it next Sabbath. he It will
ateet ft tb Christian church.
Rev. Duns will preach Sabbath,
both ssorstag aad evening, at the
ChriatUacharch. Their regutar Sab
bath school seesioa will be held st
10 00 o clock A. M.
Oa Wedneeday evening Ret, Web
ber. former pastor of tbe M. E. .church
of this place, will giro a stereoptlcoa
lectur oa mtsaioaa, la th Methodist
Oa Thursday evening at the Metho
dist church the Second Quarterly Con
ference will have been held at which
time th District Superintendent. Rev.
J as. Moore, will have addressed those
Oa Sabbath Rer. Creesy will have
for his subject of th morning service,
-Th Teat of Truth." and for the even
ing service, "Hi Will Concerning j
M. J. Le haa Interested a number
of young people la a plan to subscribe
enoudh monthly to buy a fin Grand
plaau for the M. E. church of thla
place. W understand that It Is a
I ISO.) Instrument, but" tbat the seller
haa d oaa ted coaaidgrable snd the
young men of Canny the balance so
the piano Is to b.yn hand Sabbath
for the regular services.
Rev. Dunlsp, 9 former paator of tbe
M. E. church of this place, slopped
off Wednesday en route to Portland'
wher he la scheduled for aa address
at the Sabbath school convention.
Rev. Dunlsp Is now msklng his bead-
quarters at Ashland, nis work being
la the southern part of Oregon sod
' Mr. Pfleeter made a Dying trip to
Vancouver Wednesday, February IS.
Johnny Mayers is reported down
with tbe mumps.
' Charles Huiraa la loading gravel
constantly upon the care. He haa em
ployed quite a force of men to assist
him at this work.
A 8t- Valentine party was given at
the home of W. R. Porter. The party
was given by Miss Vera and wss a
grand aucces. The lime was occu
pied at gem, among which were:
What Caa Yoa Find on tn penny.
and . searching for bidden hearts In
the bouse. The msklng of rhymes
snd singing wss engaged In with much
merriment. Rolland entertained with
the mystic bottle, not tbe hind that
contains spirits; yet It seemed spirited
enough, for no one could understand
Its ' mysterious actions. The room
ere tastily decorated with bearta for
tbe occaalon. Refreshments wer
served snd highly enjoyed by every
body. Those present were Mr. and
Mrs. M. J. Lee. Mr. snd Mrs. Ed
Brsdle, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Eckersoo,
Mlsaes Josle Knight. Florence Stod
dard. Beatrice Weeks,-Minnie Knu
plsch. Gertrude Wright, Orsce Patch.
Alma Knlght, Jennie Gaston. Mrs. L.
A. Bslr and Messrs. Cbss. Roth, Ed
Krueger, Lawrence Mssterton, Moche,
Frank Patch, Rubble Smith, Art
The Rebekah Lodge will hold Its
regular meeting oa the . list Inst.
Candidate - wlU be Initialed, and a
good time Is assured, much entbusl
ssm and much provision Is being pre
pared and everyone may be sure of a
good time. . '
Latter uncalled for in toe postoi-
flee st Canby, Ore., for the week end
ing February 11, 1111: Fldds, Mr.. M.
J. A. H. KNIGHT, P. M.
Cal Kocher haa purchased a pen or
fine thoroughbred Mlnorcss from 0.
Mrs. tbaa. Kraft la la the 8L Vin
cent bospltsl, baring undergone six
very delicate operations there, we
are glad to learn that she Is getting
along nicely, although for a Urn her
condition was critical.
Mrs. H. A. Lee Has been visiting
her mother, Mrs. H. 8. Tic at Ad
Mrs. Eugene Mitts, of Needy, has
been visiting her daughter, Mrs. War
Mr. M. H. Lee has Just returned
home with ber three children sfter
an extended visit with relatives here.
While here she attended tbe golden
wedding anniversary of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. T. U Bonney, at Hills
The City Hotel Is one of the busy
corners at Canby. Business Is good
and Mr. Gaston, the proprietor, is
well pleased with Canby.
Mr, F. C Dillingham is In Portland
on business this week.
8. P. Thompson and family sre bus
ily engaged packing up and will move
to Portland the last of this week.
Tbe Canby Realty Co. has a fine
new Oliver typewriter.
The Big Six, under the new manage
ment, is being somewhat remodeled
and restocked. Especially Is this
true in regsrd to the shoe and Queens
Mrs. 0. Whipple Is somewhat under
th weather, being slezed with the Is
Mr. Phelps has rented the Engl
house on Second street. Mr. Phelps
has opened np a bakery hare and Ij
furnishing all kind of bakery goods
a well as short order meals.
Mrs. Summerfleld, who had been
sick for over a year, passed away on
Monday night The funeral services
took place Tuesdsy p, M. at the Ger
msn Evangelical church. Tb pastor
of that church conducted the services
In German, while Rev. Creesy also
took part, conducting his part In Eng
lish. Mrs. Summerneld leaves s hus
band and ten children to mourn ber
departure. - ,
Carl Lucke had a fat, large-, live hog
stolen from his slaughtering yard dur
ing th past week. This Is th second
time thst thieves have been appro
prist Ing Mr, Luck' property, for not
long since a party broke Into th
butcher ahop and atol seven 5 lb.
nails of tsrd snd a rifle.
Material la already beginning to ar
rive for tb enlargement of Canby's
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