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MORNING BNTERPRia Fill DAY, JUNK 23, 1911.
Stories from Out of Town
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8trawbenia are ripening alcely.
Mr. and str. cnpp rturnd
, tMk front Portlaad.
Joseph DeShaaer and family vialted
Suaday with Mra. Cooper.
H. H. Udell baa bla gasoline ngin
aet ap a ad la aawtng tor wood.
Mra. KJtxmfller wss ap to her ranch
Saturday picking strawberrt.
Rev. M. M. Retd returned Friday
Mtas Lmi Morrison la horn from
.Portlaad wltm aha apent carnlTal
week. - ,
Helen Keith Wiirwd Sunday from a
tare weeks' vtslt with friends In Port
land and Bearerton.
Rev. Calder held Quarterly confer
ence at the DoTer M. E. church Satur
day at tea o'clock. At boob the Udtea
aerred lunch and had a Try enjoy
Alio Berghouse and Eleanor Bews
.'. paaaed thf Sth grade examination.
, EAGLE CREEK.
Eagle Creek Granite held ita regular
meeting Saturday. A fair aised crowd
being present. There were three ean-
the week-end with the former par
Mr. Charles Caldwell waa girea a
party laat Tuesday evening, the ooee-
aion being hla thirty-nfia birthday, at
hla home. The evening waa moat
pleaaaatly apent with game and mu-
alc. There were about 10 menda and
relatlrea preeent. A delicious luach
waa aerred the gueat.
Mra. Frank Blacks brother, Mr. Car-
rent and daughter Lola, of Portland,
apent Sunday at her home.
Frlenda from Mullno were gaeeta of
Mr. and Mra. Harrey Sunday and en
joyed a picnic In the woods.
Mra. Martin and daughter, Demi,
were visiting Mrs. IX U Boylan, of
An old friend of Mr. H. Scheer, fro ay
Oklahoma, la making htm alalL
The annual school meeting waa held
in the achool houee Monday evening.
Mr. Bullard waa elected achool direc
tor and M. J. Laiell, clerk.
Warner Grange wui lend Us regular
meeting next Saturday at New Era and
Chtldren'a Day will be observed.
The farmera were much aatoniahed
to see some frost Monday. Ia some
j placea pot a tor a that were In bloom
dldates Initiated, one ia the first and wrn badly nipped.
second degrees and two ta the intra rh ball game between the Logan
and fourth degrees. , aD1 Clackamas boys resulted la a vie-
There were several members of the j torT (or Logan n to 16.
Damascus Grange visiting Eagle Creek : yr M1 Mra. T. E- Anderson enter
Graags Saturday. Among them were j tined a few relaUves on the ISth
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Chltwood and lnsU at ei, Bom) u blna; the third
daughter, Mra. Herrings and Miss mnnirersry of their marriage.
Chltwood, Mr. and Mra. prank atei- Adolph Frederick, whose foot waa
leln. Henry Melletn and Roy White. merely cut with an ax. U getting
earn es-asaj wm I m s a-fw v
town aad la now harvesting hi mam
moth crop of at raw be ms,
The weather haa beea and la atltl
dry but not exceedingly warm.
Gardens grow slowly but aurely It
they are hoed and cultivated properly.
Mrs. Fred Moeer lies critically 111 at
her, horn here,
Mrs. Gag Is still absent at 8L Hel
ens with her son, John O. Gage, whose
wife snd four children have all had th
measles. Th children ar ail getting
over them nicely but the mother re
gain her atrength very alowty.
Mr. and Mra. Mllun attended the
burial of Mr. Carter at Oawego ceme
tery on Saturday. He had been a
member of Oswego Grang for a good
Mr. Gage aald a th raven fed
Elijah of old. so a good neighbor left
bread, the atalf of life, a delicious pi
and cakea galore upon hla kitchen
table while he was out doing his
chores, snd departed a allently as
he. or she, came. Stafford la noted
for Ita neighborly ktndnesa and In the
absence of hla wife Mr. Gage appre
rtatea good neighbors.
Something carried off ten turkey
eggs, leaving not even a shell, and the
good houaewtf had paid 10c apiece
for them and all had anticipated a
feast at Thanksgiving, with cranberry
sauce, which demouatratea the oUl
saying, "There la many a slip twUt
the cup and the Up."
Mr. Aernl went to camp meeting
Saturday, returning Monday.
Mr. Nuaabaura baa a lame horse.
Th Qermaa Congregational church
celebrated Chlldrea's Day last 8uaday.
Hnry Maealnger la horn from A bar
deea. Wash., where he haa beea at
tendln achool th nail rear.
Altha Steven la seriously 111 with
John Heft haa finished Fred Lin
dau'a how, at Clarke.
At the annua) achool meeting Isst
aignt, jamea iieeeon waa elected ui-
rector for 3 years and Mrs. Ktrbyson
waa re-elected clerk.
GE0.1GE IS CROWNED
GREAT BRITAIN'S KluG
HII MAJEBTV ! NERVOUS
QUEEN It NOT
Mra. Frank llrobat and Mia Mary
Brohat went to Foreat Urov on Fri
day to attend a musical recital
Mr. Bethune la building a new barn
for Harry Say.
Mr. Nendel I drilling a well In th
Mrs. Keed Graham spent a few day
In Sherwood laat week vlaltlng Mrs.
J Mra. Johnson and two little) gtrla
rroni Hoseourg, have been gueata at
ths home of Mrs. Johnson' slatsr,
Mrs. Aubrey Wood.
Mra. Marlon Toung ha been III for
about ten daya, having had a serloua
nervoua collapse. Her many frlenda
wish for her a speedy recovery.
Mra Wm. Brobat spent aom time
In Portland laat week vlaltlng her son
Mrs. Ira Seely fell down stairs last
LONDON. June 81. Befor th as
sembled nobility of hla realm and the
representatives of foreign nation all
over the world, King .Georg V. of
England was today crowned at 11:37
o'clock la Weattutnsier Abbey.
It waa Juat 10: St o'clock when King
Oeorg and wueen war, in the atate
coach, reached Westminster Abbey.
From' the moment of their entrance
Into the ancient structure. King
George waa manifestly uneasy and
waa bathed In a nervous peraplrstlon.
Queen Mary, on the other hand, was
apparently cool aa could b and cer
tainly looked much mor regal with
her than did her husband.
During the actual coronation the
Archbishop of Canterbury displayed
little emotion. Ills handa trembled
Tueaday evening and sustslned two somewhat aa he placed the crown on
quit sever cut on th back of net George' head, hut otherwise th aged
bead. Dr. Mount of Oregon City, waa prelate got through the ordeal eaally.
called and Mra. Seely la now ablto At th ceremony l,ord Dsabley carried
be around again although the cut th train of King George rob and
talned Mr. and Mra. Ray Woodl at
Mrs. R. B. Gibson spent a part of
Sunday with her and and aunt. Mr.
and Mra. How let t.
Monday was the annual school meet
ing. Philip Kohl, the retiring direc
tor, declined re-nomination as h had
beea a member of th board a number
of years. He was a very efficient
Mra. vioia Douglass, him Ba j ottjclal H.nry Swale was elected
Douglas. Mr. and Mra. Waiter Dong-, director and M. H. Riebhoff. clerk. A
las and chidren were the guest of
Mr. and Mra. Jim DeShaaer, of Fir-
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Huntington were
callers on Mr. and Mrs. Howlett Sun
day afternoon. .
Th two photographers of Estaeada
accompanied Claud Wood! to . this
part of the country th first of the
! week and took aom picture.
Ther was frost In this vicinity Mon
day morning which nipped th pota
toes and squash vine.
Paul and Robert BaDow. of Golden-,
dale. Wash, ar visiting their grand-'
parents, Mr. and Mrs. O- A. Vanhoy.
Misses Pearl and Raby Francis hav
altaarJoBa at Portland and stay at th
aoss of Mrs. Childera, of SL Johns.
Miss Gladys Bullard spent last week
among relative at Car and aad n
Mr. and Mrs. A. Maatx spent a few
days last week visiting thetr daugh
ter ta Portland.
Mrs. M. L Saortledg 1 out at Maple
Lane this week at the boss of Mrs.
Mr. Silver aad family have rented
tn Hickman cottage owned by Mra.
Taadoag. of Highland.
J. & Faircloagh returned to th
amine agala last week.
; Frank Albright spent last Sunday
at Portland visiting his mother and
aster and expects to take a view of
Council Crest next Sunday.
Mrs. DuvaiL of Sellwood, was th
gwest of Mrs. A. L Hickman over Sun
day. B. F. Linn returned home from Soda
Springs last week.
Mrs. 8. V. Francis Is visiting friends
ia St. Johns this week.
Mr. D- F. Torrenc.. who went to
Eastern Oregon and Washington last
week, returned home well pleased
with hi trip.
Mrs. William Beard Is at Sellwood
with her son. Ben and family.
W. P. Hunt and wife, who are rlalt
lag their relatives. 7. T. Curran and
sisters, will sail for San Francisco
Henry Beard rial ted relative In
Mr. Haskell la able to b out (gain
after hla fail from a building which he
O. W. Griffin returned home Sunday
after spending a week transacting
business in Portland.
two mill tax was voted for general
school purposes. Why Is It people
will pay any other tax for any other
purpose more cheerfully than for the
Th price paid to th creamery pat
rona for May waa 26c a pound net and
A light crop of strawberries Is re
ported from all parts of th country.
Mr. and Mra. J. P. Steins, from
CurrtosYiUe, visited re la uvea ner this
Clear Creek Creamery Is running
full capacity. Durlr May th total
amount of cream received waa 57.246
pounds, amount of butter manufactur
ed I2.T3S pounda. Total price paid
patrons for butter fat was ?5 cents
pound net. Th company put In a
new concrete floor In the churning
room. In one day last week 1800
pounds of butter was churned-- This
is the tlmo of year when especial car
must be taken to keep the cream
sweet. Cooling it immediately from
the separator Is a safe and stir
William Boa holm and family hav
moved to Salmon River, where be
own an Interest In a saw tnllL
The Malar family and Mrs. M. Wis
hon drove to Marmot and Bull Run
A large crowd attended th achool
meeting Monday. F. J. Riding waa
elected director for thre year and
Tom Drake for clerk in place of J.
C. Marquam, who hai served aa clerk
for eight or ten years.
Dolph' Myers sold sotn fin "be(
Mr. Shoemaker has been hunting
for his garden which he haa lost by
Guy Larklns went to Oregon City
Tueaday to attend th teacher' ex
Quits a frost here Tuesday morning,
June 20. Some damage to potatoea
The boys gsv the newly married
people an old faahloned charivari.
Thia time It waa Bolever Jaymes and
Misa Mildred Hubbard.
Jo Jackson baa a horse sick with
Chesley Bentley' has bought a two
horse riding cultivator.
Miaa Echo Larktna and Miss Nora
Barth took a trip to ML Angel Tues
day. .... r.
Fred Myers haa just flnlahed plant
ing 45 acres of potatoea;
A social family reunion waa held at
Mrs. P. J. Ridings last week. All of
the children were present except Del
mer Ridings, who Is in Montana.
The Myers hotel haa taken on a
new coat of paint
' Joe Jones bss bis barn about com
pleted and he Is now preparing to
build a house. '
Ferd Mortenaon hss been repairing
th old Nearenson saw mill and la now
ready to aupply those in need of lum
ber. Roy Ridingi hss some carpenters
framing a bare.
Mr. Larson la having hla barn paint
Mls Alma Aahley, of Salem, who
has been vlaltlng st the horn of her
brother Claud, returned to her home
have not entirely healed, but ar do
ing very nicely.
Mra Norrla Young, who waa 111 for
several week. I now well again.
. Mr. Keed waa a gueat at the home
of Ira Seely on laat Friday evening.
Clyde Baker waa a vtaltor at th
horns of hi pa rnt a laat wk.
About 200 persons attended th lec
ture and atraw berry featlval given lsst
week by the Methodist Ladle Aid
Society. Th lecture waa humorou
and waa well received: th atrawber-
Urd Revplatoke bor th crown. Th
l'rlnci of Walvs wore ths robea of
the Order of (he (Inner and th young
er prince wer braw In plaid and
Mr. Gould lleathman, Mr. and Mr.
Hugh Robert and Mra. Joaea, Ml
Scripture, Mias Helen Palntow.
Mrs. M. Shaver haa returned from
a short visit with th Watrfleld
family near Jonea Mill.
At th annual achool election held
New Telephone Directory
ANY changes or additions to llstlnas
or advertising matter for this lv
sue must be arranged for on or be
fore this date.
and Telegraph Co,
Era to her oldoat sou, Joseph B. Ba
rnard. Jr., who la named a executor
nes an ice cream and cak wer of I on Monday evening Mr. Georg Shaver f ln ratal. Peter, a son, and Mary,
tne mgneai oraer, ana tn proceed i wss siectea to aucceea nr. sad rtoetne i daughter, will recelt f i each
netted a neat little sum, for th nw
church now being erected.
The laat bass ball gam of th W.
A. C. with the Montarllla Cuba, of
Portland, was a decided victory for
the village team, the score being 6 to
0 In favor of Wtlsonvllle. Joo Thorn
ton. who hss been forced to forego his
uaual place aa pitcher, on account of
a sors arm. was st his post sgaln,
having entirely recovered, and hla host
of friends wer glad to have him In
the game one more.
A bouncing baby boy arrived at th
home of Mr. and Mrs. Burt Baker on
Sunday, June 11.
The Children's Day program at the
Hood View church waa aplendld and
the attendance waa large.
A baby girl arrived at th Raphison
home on Wednesday of last week
Read the Morning 'enterprise.
A Children a Day service will be held
In the A. O W. W. hall next Sunday
evening, June 25, to which everyone
is cordially Invited
care and will be eapeclally good. Don't
fail to attend
The many friends of our genial drug
giat, Mr. Darby, will be sorry to know
that he I selling out his Urge atock
with the Intention of leaving our vU
lag for some larger place. Mr. Darby
haa everything marked away down
and people are taking advantage of
this sale to lay In a aupply of articlea
always needed on the farm.
and Mr. Harry Palntow waa r-lotd
Mra. Jennl Jonea and two son at
tended th lectur at Shlvely opera
hottse on Sunday when Frances J,
Mr. Adolph Baas, of Seattle, was a
Sunday gueat of Mr. and Mra. 11. II.
Kmmona at Stone Gablea.
Mr. . A. McFarlan, of Wood burn.
apent one day laat week with hla
brother at this place previous to his
departure to Wall Walla, Waah.
Mr. Younger and Mr. and Mr. Man-
son and family and Mr. and Mr.
Lalng. of Portland, have been enter
tained at the H. J. Robinson horn dur
ing the week.
Mr. and Mr.. Edward Porter Morae
and thre son, of Portlsnd, apent
Sunday with Mr. snd Mrs. Geo. Mora.
Mr. and Mra. Wallace, of Mllwaukle,
were caller at 0e Ifv C. Palntoi
About on hundred attended th
WANT'mmui adrtlmBta for
thl ootama. Pla ry reason
abl. to rat at ad of eolima.
Who la tb tuoat aucceaaful aurveyorl
A king, becaus be I monarch of all
When ia an original Idea Ilk clock)
When It strike on.
What caunot I called a tlalntrted
act of hospitality f Entsrtalulog a
When 1 a atlver rap moat Ilk sly t
ranf When It la chased
Why la a man Juat Imprisoned Ilk
a boat full of water? Both need ball
Why I a mouse Ilk a load of hay?
Because the cat'll eat It
Why Is the II rat chicken of a brood
naiiy invited. The program haa atrawnerry aociai at tn school bona u(V tb malnmaat of a ahlp? lUca
prepared with a great deal of on Wedneadsy evening. It waa th fa a Utile ahead of tb main bate!
Mrs Howe and sons. Ray and Fred. Wednesday.
were called to Portland Saturday to , Edwin PoualHiutreredTmerlous-ac.
attend the funeral of Mr. Howe a ; cident w hlle helping C. T. Howard
granddaughter. kill hogs lsst Thursday. One foot
The F. P. A. Saturday evening enter- slipped Into the vat, burning It badly,
tained a large crowd. The young lad- sod it will be sometime before he will
les aid weu m preparing an interest i be able to wear a ahoe on that foot.
Oliver Bailey, who ha flnlahed
barn for Mr. Graves near Aurora, ex
pects to build a bungalow for Mr.
Mr. Mattoon, the road supervisor.
has a larg lore of men and teams
working the road.
Mr. Bullard and family were guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Faulk last Sunday at
Mr. Milton Mattoon and family spent
F. D. Sturges
When you wish to hire an
aotomobtle. At Elliott and
Home Phone A-72, B-80. Pacific 3302.
Furnished with operating
room, ward and private
' Graduate Nurses
" RECREATION PARK, ' ,
Cor. Vaughn and Twenty-fourth Eta.
. June 20, 21. 22, tt, M, M.
Game Begin Wky at a- m.
Sundays, f.tO P. M. '
LADIES' DAY FRIDAY.
r;ya U"df II Fre to Blaer
ing program. The boys' turn comes
Mis Jennl LGrand, who haa been
visiting at New berg for some time,
left for Canada Monday.
Mrs. Glenn Mrlntyre, of Brightwood,
visited her sister, Mrs. B. F. Hart last
The Wendlund boys made a trip to
Bull Run Sunday, looking over the Im
provement of the ML Hood Railwiy
Mrs. 8. B. DDI. who hss been visit
ing her daughter, Mrs. E. D. Hart, for
some time, returned to her home In
Between fwo and three hundred
autos passed through Flrwood Sunday.
An auto load of persons from Port
land spent Sunday with th Alt family.
Mr. and Mrs. G. Kossel, of Port
land, visited over Sunday with the
The annual meeting of the FirwooJ
school board was held Monday and
the following directors were elected:
J. G. DeShazer, W. WUklns and Mr.
Vfack. It was decided to have eight
months of school the coming year.
M. Walton and daughter and son
were out from Portland Sunday look
ing over the new building under con
structions on the Walton ranch
A. O. Adams and B. F. Hart eac.1
had an auto load of land seeker out
Sunday viewing the country.
The ML Hood Fruit Growers hold
their regular meeting Saturday, June
Children's Day exercise will be giv
en June 25 at the Presbyterian church.
The following program will be given
Voluntary, violin music, Mr. Aw;
song by choir; recitation, Sadie Wil
cox; recitation. John cnena; exer
cise, "God Is Love;" recitation, Eddie
Schenk; recitation, Jame Closner;
song, choir; recitation, Ethel New
herter; song. Belva Schmidt and Mary
Folsom: exercise. "Worker for
Christ;" recitation, Freda Schenk;
song, primary Department; recitation,
Edna Newherter; song, choir; recita
tion, Ethel Closner; recitation, Amos
Tucker; ong, Elva and Evert Shlbleyj
trio. Grace, Etnei and Rose Cioner;
song, primary boy; recitation, Grac
Closner; Violin solo, Mr. Awe; song,
four primary girls with choru; clos
ing song, chorus. Basket dinner in
the grove. Preaching servlc after
dinner by Mr. Aw. Everyone wel
come to com.
Jack Frot was vlaltlng the garden
In town a few night this week.
Milton Chlndgreen was given a ur
prise by a number of hi young friends
Sunday evening, who gathered In to
aaalst In turning another milestone.
O. T. Kar returned Monday from an
extended trip through Klamath and
Lake counties. Mr. Kay Inform' ns
that h likes that part of th country
very much and expect to msk hi
hom at LAkeview In th near future.
Making hay I now In order In thl
I part of th country.
J. W. Staudlnger ha hi larg barn
about completed on hi mountain
. Mrs. Kay wm visiting her daughter,
Mr. Standings, at Orchard Falla la(
Cba. Colrta Is th bualMt maa 1n
The many friends of Mis-Cront
Jennings were very much pleased tp
hear that she won prize three In the
teachers' travel conteat given by
Meier aV Frank atore, which mean a
trip to London or Paris. Mlaa Jen
nings received over a million votes.
The paat week she ha spent with her
aunt, Mrs. T. J. Spooner, of this place.
He was taken home by Fred Churchill.
Jobnny Edlckson made calls In Mu
llno Thursday. He holds a good posi
tion with the streetcsr company in
Uncle Nick Darnall I
barn on his property at
Miss Edna Waldorf and
er have been spending
here with their brother Walter.
We hear that Lebanon
epidemic of measles.
Miss Ruth Gibson, of Salem. Is visit- "P"1 the day at Aurora, th guest of
Ing her grandmother. Mr. Daniels, at Mr- na Mn- WeygandL
Mullno, this week. Mr. and Mrs. Aken. of Philomath,
Mr, uoucher is spending a few days Oregon, wer also gueat of Mr. and
second social gathering given by tb
Community Club and haa been a very
aucreaaful way of getting better ac
quainted with the newcomer and to
promote sorlallblllty among tb older
residents. An Impromptu program
ronalated of a duet by Mlaae Anna
Gardner and Esther lleathman; a reci
tation by Mr. Varney with, a soft piano
accompaniment by Mia Palntow waa
so well received Mr. Varney responded
with vocal solo, playing hi own ac
companiment. Mr. Greenwood fur
nished some music. on the guitar. Ut
ile Ruby Warner recited "Little Or
phan Annie." which pleased her listen
ers yery much and Mrs. Allc Paln
tow giving the "inventor Wife."
which waa well received. Mr. P. D.
Newell, one of the promoter of this
i business organization, spok In regard
to the alma of the club and Ita or
ganization and what the club has been
When doe cow becotn landed
property T When turned Into a field
When I a new draws older than aa
old on? When It I mor (mutrsi an
Why la Fat bar Tim Ilk a modern
boyt Because be travala by cycle
MEN ENTERING HOUSE
Two men made daring attempts to
enter th resldenr at log Fourth
r. .na ra trans aiaaaey. or Hooq, h, A -d w.. . ie.a..r. to .v. slreet shortly after II oHock Thurs-
S building KIVr. apent lat week with Mr. and ,h. rvllee of he.rtn. th. remark, ri.. r.l.M Th- h,..,- I. ,w. .A K-
thls plaoe. Mra- . D. Boardman. Mr. Maiiaey nf ' wh . - h tntmat , I, ' " ' " , :L
little broth- having shipped hla fiv passenger mo- .,,-.. .,.,.- .....L: ,-u, , :,-". a, VT'
a few days '".r car to Portland and they together rle- -'m .... ,. . . ' - '"A "" , K" h....i. J. L.
with Mr. and Mrs. Boardman autoed thm ,ourh r. " - ' " --
I. having an Jojr 0UlUXa.rw"ee. "L"4 "A""! ! .
iT-rnjn wm riina; iui m turn i ihrh urn-u mm nunimonea. dul wain
with her daughter, Mrs. Charles Nob
lett at Needy.
Mr. Keeves, of Hood River, a mill
wright. Is working on Howard's mill,
getting in new machinery and putting
the mill In readiness for the coming
Mr. Smith and Mr. Wallace are cut
ting clover hay.
Rev. Spencer, of Marquam. brought
his family with him Saturday on his
regular appointment at this place.
They risked at Mr. Howard's.
Frank Manning haa a crew of men
slashing brush and clearing op his
farm getting ready for the railroad.
The surveyor are platting th town
site, laying It off Into lot 50x100 feet
A number of tb Mulinolte saw th
base ball game at Molalla Sunday be-
Mrs. Boardman during th week.
Mr. Cal P. Mors and nephew, Ar
thur Roberts wer over Sunday visit
ors at the Morse ranch near Yamhill
returning home on Monday.
At the meeting of the board of di
rectors last week of district 114, Mr.
Geo. Thompson, of Willamette, waa
re-elected to teach tb coming term of
Master Newton and EUa Strain will
enjoy their vacation on their Uncle'
farm near Canby.
Miss Mllll Hart waa a week-end
visitor at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Pratt at. Carus. Mr. Hnry Smith also
spent Sunday with bl sister, Mr.
Miss Mabel Morse left Wednesday
ror me Mouna to remain for som tlm.
months' stay at Seaside but expect
to return to the Ixdge In the fall a
they have purchased th Downing
Mis Elizabeth Cook, who ha visit-
he arrived th housebreakers bad
gone. He locked th house add as
sisted the women, who wr badly
rrignteneti, to barricade th door a. A
aharp lookout was kept for th men
FLORAL TRIBUTE BUUTlfUl
AT FUNERAL OF POPUUl.
YOUNQ WOMAN, '"
m aim acQuaiDlasre) af
Mia May Ham bo, bo died at th koc
of Mr. and Mra. William fUmoo,
lauded I be funeral services Thunav
morning at 10 o'clock, which mi.b
at th family reaWnra n git ti
John Adams streets ut0. .
frlenda were unable to gain admliatoa
to ibe house. The H. J. R. Lm
iKirough, pastor of the Presbytertu
church, conducted ths services.
A quartet oornpoMd of Mn. W C
Green. Mr. K Cooher. Mrs. Laos
! Uries and Mr. kirCa. ransV
red Itnpresalvely 'Com L'sto Ma
snd "Face To Face." Th pallbfaren
were Clarence Alldredxa. Jna ail
dredge, Hugh Kennedy. William Kts-
neiiv, james llurniuaha ana Jnk.
Mead. The floral tributes vara ha...
Uful and profuse. The latnaM sis
In the Mountain Vie otttry, sad
many friends attendvi the asrvkwa at
the grave. , ...
Th following are retlstsrt it tkt
Elect rlc Hotel; C. C. Hall, Mm. CC
IUll, Portland ; W. g. Bag br . C
imniugha, O. Nelgberg, I. Lupss, Porv
land; J. J. Hcott. Albany; 0. a. M
Farlane. Lllli llordenhomer, Oratoi
City; Maml C. Faulk, MedfoN;
George Hatfield, city; C. A. Win,
t'auby; F. W, Itavldann, Purtlsai; t
W. Part low, city; Mrs. Charles DarU,
ed with Mr. and Mr. W. F. Cook, de th rest of the night, but thy did not
panea ror seaside on Tuesday to r-1 put m an appearance again.
main during th summer.
The Lodge people are Indeed glad
to welcome Mr. and Mr. Wlcklln and
two daughter and son to th Lodge,
having removed from Portland to thl
place on Friday and are occupying th
POINTS FOR MERCHANTS.
; OAKLAND DEFEATS
tween the Molalla Grey and Canby Miss Morse will be th guest In Seat-
Reds, Canby winning by a acor of
10 to 2.
Miss Inex Snodgras finished her
term of school at Beaver Creek Mon
day and returned bom for the sum
John Carlson had hi annual fir
car Saturday, burning up some fenc
ing along the road and having to call I
In the neighbor to help him get the
tie nf Mr. and Mrs. Dan Salt and while
in Tacoma will visit Mis Palmer, who
I In charge of one of the most Im
portant positions In th Northern Pa-
cflc Railway Company. After hr tar
there will join her par enta at Seaside
before taking up her office dutle la
Rev. Goode, pastor of th Evangel!
cal church at Lents, was at this Dlaoe
fir under control. Thl I th third on Monday looking after th Installing
year that he baa bad mor fir than of lights on the Evangelical Aasocla
h could manage. Hon' camp ground at thla place. Th
mis Mene Hewara, wno na Deen camp meeting will commence on July
taylng with her sister, Mr. Bert 24th, this year.
Wallace for the past few week, re- Mr. and Mr. Gould Heath man wer
turned to Macksburg Monday. Portland business visitor on Wednes
day of last week.
SHUBEL. I Mr. Jsme Welch and Mr. Rlalna
Mr. and Mr. Swop went to Ore- Halleck are enjoying a fishing trln on
gon City on business Saturday. the Mackenzie River.
Will Moehnk baa closed bis saw- Mr. and Mr, w. A. Mack hav had
mill for several month. H will build the pleasure of a visit from their sls
a house at Seaside for bl vacation. ter, Mr. Phelps, of Pbelo. Michigan.
Born, to Mr. Frank Groumiller. a I And hav entertained manr of their
iu pouDd dot. , inena at LAngnlot during th week in
K. jr. umtner and K. umtner went
fishing laat Thursday and caught nlne-
ty-tnre nne trout.
Mary, Helen and Katharine Swod
visited Zllla Kirbyson.
Rev. scbmld.t of tb Lutheran
compliment to Mr. Pbelo
On Wednesday evening of last week
was th tenth wedding anniversary of
Mr. and Mr. Hugo Sandstrom and
some of th younger married aet very
pleaaantty surprised them at thlr
cuurcn, prescnea 10 a isrg auaienc nom on th East County Road. Tb
in iu Lniinvr.D cnurcn- ner nunaay marriage ceremony was read from the
morning. Thl will b bla last ser
mon for some tlm.
John Bluhm was busy Saturday run
ning bl chopper.
E. F. Olntber. Mr. Swop. Arthur
Horoschun, Dvld Moehnk and R,
negro aiaiect which afforded a great
deal. of Tin. The wedding Dartv eon.
slated of th bride and groom and
Mra. Wm. Cook wa bridesmaid, Mr
Hugh Roberta best man. whll Mr?
jone wa th ring bearer and Mr,
Warmer Say "Mad In Oregon" Slogan
Ha Two Bid.
LOGAN, Or., June 21. (Editor of
the Enterprise.) We notice much
said In the local paper In regard to
mad in Oregon goods" and patronis
ing in home merchant. Now. Mr.
Editor, there are two aide to all que-
BUDDY RYAN WITH HOME
SAVES BEAVERS FROM
SAN FRANCISCO, Jun 22.-(8pec-
tlons; on I "what th peopl ought lal).Th Beaver ctwldn't lilt Abies
to do" and "what th merchant him- and Of Coiira. the IumI Th.
"'i biiouiu mi. m oraer to noia tn was 6 to I. Ablea wa. th. hnl. ihn.
farmer' trad why flon't some of your Arrayed In a red underahlrt, th giant
Miiunpaw ruing ring around th Bea
vers. (TP untlth ninth Inning not a
vlaltor had reached third hiu .nd
only two had broceeded aa far a. sen.
ona. it looked for sll th. world ..
ir ne would cum through with
uu.iu-r .re ou.y Divvwi wui slumps i uouia Heatbman acted aa pag Th
w.u rju pvwuw, nna poauet being canrtt wt.a
Mr. and Mr. Frank Miller viltd Scrinture. Man h....ir..i ..a
Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Olnther Sunday remembrances wer. i.r n h. h.. .
afternoon. , I tinware. i er..m .f-.K.i
Mr. and Mra. Ed. Hettman. of leak. wer. the. ..r. v. r".
Clarke, visited bis mother bare laat wishes for a roM.n .nm..7 '
Sunday. extended to MY. end un o.n..
Th Shubel second nine dofaated br Mr. an Un Wm r.u . l'1
the Liberal nln on tb Shobl dla Mrs. Lehman. Mr. and u
mond, 7 to $. Palntow. Mr. and Mra etr.i, Vr. "
w - vriast awa , ana 14
merchant keep on hand th kind and
quality adapted to tb needs and re
quirements of farmer and their faml-
we win begin on shoe. (Thl I
my own personal experience'.)) Look
In the display window and see If you shutout to hi cVedlt, but la th ninth
v.u m im.r m rem aensmie snoes iiiiaay Ryan, that ever-dangerou run
for women and children. All you find ner, poled on out of th lot via the
high heel and narrow toes. 1 right field fene and the Tlavr wr
-..i . u, iroig io nna two pair or I saved rrom total dlsgrac.
ciiniiiiv an ut-a ior my cnnaren. I I .
wanieu iow neeia and wide enough for Pacific Coast Leagu Oakland 6.
trim tnt mt 1 1. . n .f . l .. . , I n . . . - .
V !. wunoui cramping. I t oruana i; ui Angeles 4, Sacramen-
A well-known merchant ald, "w bar to 3 (13 Innings) j vrnon 8. San Fran
" w Kma aeii. i con 1 1 Cisco J. I
-.un . wuuiu oreas up any or your i wonnwstern league Portland 4
. ibw cases or A I lacopi x; neame b, Hpokan 3; Van
1 shoes of a common sense kind for couver 6, Victoria 9.
people wno want a senslhla artlcl. I National TiainiPln.h...
f ... ..ii . . I . " - . J.,
i.o ii was scnooi snoes innai caco a iioston hr.a, v,l t. o.
that Will do for Children In town who I Loula 8. r'lnclnn.M 9. rkii..tvi- '
hav sidewalk to walk on will not Brooklyn 3 (called sixth Inning b
" T, "i a.uiv uiiiiu ia in coun- c.uae vi rami.
try who ha to walk a mil or mor American Leagu Cleveland 4 Do
1" ih " '"Wing to gat shoe trolt 3; Chicago 2, St. Loul 1; Nw
biiu wrii-miuwu mercnani" wa i inn 7 luiifnn n nb.ii..inwi.
mA . ... . , . " . I ... . . ' . w mi.uoijjui.
m-u w iu.id iur . pair or anoes ior I WBSmnglOn 0,
noy it year oia ana waited two
week to get them for they had to
mag a special order for them. w.
u.ve psiromzeu in home merchant Paclfl Coast.
o.r. .na preier to, ir n could see W,
ui. w.x ciesr 10 ravor ut too in tb Portland 44
way I hav said. San Francisco 4fl
FARMER. Oakland ; . 44
- MRS. SEMAND'S ESTATE $4,000, Isscramen'to , 86
Lo Angla ., 34
on an uaughur cut Off With Only Northwtrn.
. ' w,
ruur inousana dollar la th. vain. InnViu m
' th ".Ut ot th tat 8n Bernard Tacoma 40
wno aiea ust week At Mount PleanL Vancouver ..,.,.,.. 19
Mr. Bernard left a will. In whien .h. I Pnrti.mt tn
uvi a naif Interest In 100 acre of Seattl 39
land betwn Oregon City and Nw Victoria 14
Ral Estst Trsnsftrs.
Oregon Iron A Hteel Coropaoy w
Portland Cement Company, lots 1, 1
10, l and i:, block I. Oswego aM
1S.U50 square feet. In township I
south, range I east; 110.
K. A. and Ola tlwlna to J
in-ooks. lot U and 13, block 21 Z
brlst addition to Kit scads; $10.
Jesse and O M. Iirooks to HaroM
G. Kpton, lot It and 11. block IX
brlst addition to Estscada; l.
John R. and Julia C 1111 to Cut.
Guddat, northeast quarter of north
west quarter, section 4, .township I
south, rang 1 west, and 11.(0 sent,
section 4, townships south, ranit 1
3. U and Louisa II. Krut to Ho
mer A. Kruse, i.2 acres, towatblp
3 south, range 1 east; It.
C. F. and Bertha A. Wanr JJ
Martin and Anna Dragsetli, UN
acrea, township 3 south, rani 1
west; 1 10.
J. C. and Mary A. 'Cbalupiir to
Mary Zlvney, lot 13. block C. Wlln
Vllle; 1480. , .
Nancv and Jame Anderso to Irrls
and Esther Brown. 20.18 sere, Tbo
aa . Forrester, donation land culis,
township 3 south, rn I lt,'r
J. and Mary J. Thorns to Kll f.
Taylor, 73.83 acres. Jsmes Dullock
nation land claim, township 3 aw
rang 1 aat; quitclaim.
HARRINGTON ESTATE II
Widow of Accident Victim I Ms
Th estate of th lata Amot Hr
rlngton, who wa drownt" 'J-T
land a ahort tlm sgo, wa
Thursday and Katie 0
wa appointed administratrix. Ttw
tat Is valued at f4,:00.
C. W. ROBINSdN WINS HOMO
Former Oregon City Soy PIMrt ,
Matrful Oration. .
Charlea W. Roblnon. of PorWM.
. . . . t it m . nraiuir
wno wa awarnea me - -t
..i .ir. .... iTntvertlif "
Oregon, formerly lived In Or0" .
Mr. Robinson delivered a troni'
dr on "Tb Scapegoat," In
he defended th J''h
1 ' . A A
THE MORNING ENTIU'rllC
la on sal at th following t
Huntley Bro. Drugs
J. W. McAnulty-Cl8
8vnth and Main.
Main nr Sixth.
M, E. Dunn Confectionary
Nxt door to P. O.
- City Drug Stor , ,
WalUr Little Confectionery
614 Seventh Strt.
V M. Volkmar Drug (
Svnth nar Cnfr.
Seventh and X Q- AoamA