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About Morning enterprise. (Oregon City, Or.) 1911-1933 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 4, 1911)
MOHNINO EKTEUPJII8K, FRIDAY, AUOU8T 4, 191i;
er few y ,m- living our oxfords and shoes sway,
During our annual CLEANUP IALE we ere giving bargain In
shoss that will elaan up our atock In a hurry.
OIT FITTED NOW WHILK Wl HAVE A FULL .BUN OP SIZES.
See Our Bargain Shoe Window
Suspension Bridge Cor. - Oregon City
guburha Llfa j
Mrs. Whltebio After Incubator this
Wllllim Bdwarda. of Carua, waa In
ii rliy Thursday.
Robert Milliard of Carua, waa
Is rliy Thursday.
Pan (Jrsves. of Hateldale, waa
lis rliy Thursdsy.
George Btevens. of Reaver Creek,
m In Ibla city Tburaday.
Mra. (Iw.rna Bchroldt. of
hit In thla city Tburaday.
Dan Craves, of Haxeldale, waa In
city on business Tburaday.
Drink flartlett Watar. Sold by all
hfes, groceries and druggists.
Edward Hornshuh, of Shubel, waa
thla city Tburalay transacting busl-
Mr. Ingrsn, ooa of ha wall-known
armers or Carua, waa in tbla city
air. and Mra. Io Jonaa and Mra.
K. lone, of Eldorado, war In thla
Father lllllebrsnd want to Clarfcea
Wtdnesdsy evening, accompany.
bit Mr. Sullivan. . '
If ymi eat bread wby not get Royal
Iraad? Tba beat that monay can
M, at llania' grocery.
John Evans, of Haxeldate, waa
bwmg tha Oregon City bualnaaa vial-
fcrs on Tburaday.
W. W. Eberhart. of Molalla, waa tha
hit Tburaday of Mr. and Mrs.
Dr. E. A. Bommtr. formerly of Ore
'n City, haa moved hla office to 1017
orbetl building, Portland.
Mr. and Mra. Clyde Ilughea bave
Me o 8t. Helena, where they will
It-main several waeka.
lira ....Vt. In.l.M .1
trua, were among tbe Oregon City
laliora on Thuraday. -
liettrr buy augar now. It's aura to
higher, 17 pounda for f 1, beat gran
aiea. itarrii' grocery.
Mra. f. C. Tobler went to Jennlnga
Udge on Thuraday, where she spent
ie any witb frlenda.
Roaland Edwards, one of the wall
nown farmera of Heaver Creek, waa
f idii ruy on Thuraday.
Miss Ethel Waiting, of Balem. haa
mveo In thla c tv. and la her au
f Mint Anna Alldredge.
Speclnl Candy Sale. Creamed no-
atoea is cenii per pound at Fella
Mra. Waller L. Little left on Wed-
day for Seaalde. where aba will
end two waeka at Hotel Moore.
Fruit ar( at coat at Bigger aV Bon's
rwery, Heventh street,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Pol I an i and fan
' will leave todav for Tualatin.
P'nere they Will anlov amn tar aev
ral weeki ' ' "
flood coffee and taa la mip ttnhhv.
fry our 15c coffee and B0 tea.' Can't
mm. Harrla' grocery.
Mr. and Mra. I.alL Mill., anil fam.
I are camping on the banka of the
mcKamaa River, near tbe camp Of
nev. and Mra. E. S. Bollinger,
Wllholt ataa-a will 1.. .V. a-itrl
r"i eac day at I o'clock; p. m.
Mt ramrwirlan nf atltrrA nt tha
fun ur Famnerlan Hon flrowera.
r m thla city on buMneae Thura-
I 'y. Mr. Pamnerian la mnilnr tn
"tain hon Dlckara for tha rnmlna
Dellcateaaan! t. i rntit 71 J Main
,',.n" J""t received from Wlacon-
ru I.UUU nnnnila tlaat hIium nr.. m
f w'm and llnmurger. Fine for lunch.
Mri. O. A PaAt n hta olr an.
rontnanUd h n d ui..
AMI n winii.ij.il, ivt.w
"" ranaw, of Fairfield, la., left
r- inuraaa morning; for Cannon
fJMrn. where heT will aDand two
Irl,. n R- H. Tabor hotel. Many
Indents of thla city will apend their
"'timer Vacation at thla hearh thla
The Ate 11 y V raaai.
a1 tn f1"1 Praabyterlan church.
nn family, have gone to Tillamook
'O Deni .1.
- m lliuiliu. ,
R. L. tinlm.n ... . . Jk
i .... i, ui, rviuiuw ii um o
P". Where hi Ill.illul onnuantlnn
- . ..w inn i.iiiiuii
r the Oregon Aaaoctatlon of Under
'Kera. Mr. Hoi man formerly waa
"""Ident of the organisation. 4 r
Mra. p.ima 'a .-j j...k.
Rdna, of Walla Walla, are vlatt
Mra w. W. Bamaon. who la an
ot iwra. Armatrong'a huaband.
u Ball u a-orfaltad,
Harrv Mnrii. .k . ... u....,i.
Ill pll(,'an Cook, on n chaiae of
oninkenneae and dlaordeily conduct.
M M1.1l an 1.... .t.i..t- w. .
'elted f 1111 euiuu lie iur-
' Hkwarm. '
aiOgla Mouin : . K.. -At .
Horn, ... i," " . wuiuary ana
"J"!' f.HNi fevt
- ttiii iniiinidiiiii 1- .
, '."'Hiif icive h on
One of tbe lateat addltlona to tba
exhibit In the Promotion Office la 1
collection of ore from tbe Ogle Moun
tain Mlnea In tbe aouthern part of
Clarkauiaa County. A large collect.
loo of mlnerala from thla mine baa
been on dlaplay for some time, but
tbe ore received Wedneaday Is from
tha new tunnel which la 1000 feet deej
and waa . taken from the laat ahot
fired to open up a new ledge. Tbe
ore la of tbe very beat and will net
120 a ton and upwarda. Tba
Imily uf ore la large and, in frtl it
la dnnlbed by aome aa being a
mountain of gold ore. Tbe earn plea
were brought here by 8. 8. Walker
of thla city who haa been Inepectr
Ing the mine and la veiy much pleaaed
vntha the Una ahowliax Tbe mine
rontalna Telurlum ore and It will re
quire a ameltlng proreaa to extract
the gold and other valuable tnetala
but the amelter will eoon be Install
ed and t'.ackamaa County will become
famoua for Ita mineral production.
e : e
B. Rice la another man who came to
Oregon to better bla coudltlon aod
upon tbe advice of the Commercial
In Clackamas County.
He formerly lived In Hugo, Col. He
la much pleaaed with hla location at
e e e
J. U Mum power, of Btone, waa a
caller at the Promotion Office on Mon
day and made arranegmenta for a
special eiblblt from hla farm. He aald
tbat he haa gooeeberrlee aa large aa
plums and many fine producta.
. - - e ' a e
W. L Fuller, of Jameatown, N. Y
called at the Promolon Office on Wed
neaday. He la tbe flrat of a party of
twelve young men graduntea of Ann
Arbor I'nlveralty who will locate In
Oregon 00 a large tract of land and
engage In the fruit Industry. They
are well acquainted with be fruit bual
neaa, having aaeclallsed In horticul
ture at Ann Arbor and will be a great
help to the aectlon where they lo
cate. Tbey have visited Hooa tuver,
White Salmon and other apple aeo
tlona tswd are favorably Impreaaed
with Clackamaa County. Secretary
lAselle, of the Commercial Club, ex
nlalned to them that, while theae
older fruit aectlon a have' the advant
age of a "union" which helpa greatly
In the selling of the fruit, tnat Just
aa good apple land may be had In
Clackamaa county at a much leaa
figure and that soon a atrong apple
rowers' union will be operating In
thla aectlon. The party will Investi
gate tbe Med ford country and later
may return to thla aectlon.
. e e
. William Qrlsenthwalte. of Beaver
Creek, haa aome fine aamplea of Gol
den Amber wheat at the Promotion
Office. The heada are Ion and heavy.
Thla la the aame kind of wheat that
Mr. Orlaenthwalte had at the Lewie
and Clark fair which won flrat prlie.
p r Pearce. of San Franclaco. rep
resenting thexBankere' AaaoclaUon of
yat place, cenea mi m? v"..... -
Club office on Wedneaday to conault
iha aeoraiarr uoon matters pertaining
to the proaperlty of the farmera of
thla aeclon, tbe crop ounooa. eic. mi.
Peart e waa well pieaseo 10 mm
financial condltlona In auch good
shape In Clackamaa county.
RYAN'S HOME RUN
WINS FOR BEAVERS
BENNY HENDERSON HAS BETTER
"OF PITCHERS' BATTLE WITH
8AN FRANCI8CO. Aug. 3. (Spec
ial.) Henderaon'a remarkable pitch
ing and a home run by "Buddy" Ryan
won the game for the Beavem today.
Benny-allowed - only fourhlta and
Moaklman. who burled them over for
the borne boya almost aa well.
The score waa 2 to 1, nd neither
team made a mlaplay. Portland acored
Ita flrat run In the fourth when Ryan
alashed out a home run. Both cluba
gnrned 'n the aeveitth nd that
ended the run getting. It waa one of
the cloaeat and moat exciting gamea
here thla season.
t results Thursday follow:
Pact no Coast League Portland i.
Ban Francisco 1; Sacramento 7, Oak
land 8: Vernon 1, Loa Angeles 4.
Northwestern League Portland ,
Victoria t: Seattle 10, Spokane ; Van
couver 6, Tacoma 2.
American League Boston S. netroit
2: Cleveland 11. New Yok 10; Phlla-
delphlaPt. Louis and Chicago-Washington
gamea postponed; rain.
National League Cincinnati 7,
Philadelphia '1; Brooklyn 5, Chicago
2; Plttaburg-New York nd 8t. Louis-
Boston gamea postponed; rain.
, ) Paclf'e Coaat
W. U P.C.
Portland 68 61 Mi
Vernon ...,.. 68 .66 .649
Oaklsnl .... 67 ' . 61 .623
San Franclaco , 61 64 .488
Sacramento ..68 64 '.476
Loa Angeles 61 76 .406
' W. ,L. PA
Vancouver .... .... 66 4.1 X03
Tacoma Ci 46 .674
Spokane ......,.... B9 60 .401
Seattle.... 1, 6C 61 .619
Portland BJ 64 .491
Vlctorln 4 ,. , . . U 78 - .271
Your acrlb haa been provoked cou
alderably at tba automobllea here, aa
they apred past our sanctum raising
the dust "to beat the wind."
The Clear Creek Park la doli'g a
lively bualnaaa from Sunday moniliig
until Sunday evening.
Judge Hayes, of Oregon City, In
company with Oregon City frlenda,
raine out on Sunday by automobile,
and enjoyed a rest In the beautiful
While Oregon. City la ao near, and
Portland much farther, the people of
tha latter place come out hare In larg
er numbera than from Oregon City.
Everyone coming to tbe park enjoy
tbemselvea. A platform haa been Du!lr.
and many enjoy the dancing In the
evening. Recently a party of young
people went to the park, taking with
them their aupper.
There la considerable noise at the
park on Sunday, and It la hoped by
the people residing In that vicinity
tbat thla will decrease.
Potato digging on a amall scale has
started here. My better half wanted
potatoea for dinner and tbe ecrtbe
aet to work to gather aome. One hill
waa dug, and 13 potatoea large enough
to eat. and 18 smaller ones waa the
product of this bill. Now what d
you think of tbat for old Clackamas
The editor Is Invited to tbe home of
the correspondent to eat roasting eira,
and see whst Clackaitlka county can
produce In tbe line of corn. It might
te that the editor of the paper Co-
not know what roasting eara are?
We can soon show blm If be comet
The oil company baa not at ruck oil
yet. but everyone la Interested In the
well, and asking "bow about tbe oil
well?" The answer Is that tbe drill-
era are dolnar the beat tbey can to
strike oil, and It la hoped that It will
be a gusher.
Servlcea will be held on Sunday at
tbe church at 11 o'clock and Bible
atudy will be held at 10 o'clock. Tha
services will be conducted by D. W.
Bummers and J. U Mumpower. All
are Invited to attend,1
Mra. R. (1. Wlgle and baby, Dt1e,
visited tbe former's parenta In Poit-
tand the latter part of the week, re
turning home on Monday.
Miss Beck, of Aurora, visited ber
slater, Mra. Lee Bckeraon, laat week.
Several of the young people of th!e
city went to Wllholt 8prlnga 00 Sun
day. Mra. 8. T. Flaher, daughter. Alma.
and son, R. Knight, are apendlng tbelr
vacation at wniholt Bpnngs. .
Louie, Rosetta and Corene Wllkic-
son. of Portland, visnea roruana
frlenda on Saturday and Sunday, re
turning to their home Monday.
Mra. Buckner, or tne uucaner
Hewett firm, waa In Portland getting
a atock of new gooda for the firm.
Mr. Tue. of Can by Harness 8toro.
wss In Portland on bualnaaa Sunday.
The Canbv Canal Company la erect
ing a new 10.000 gallon tank to nelp
aupply tbe people with water.
Mra. Henln and children, of Salem,
are visiting her parenta, Mr. and Mra.
n. L. Bovian ana raraiiy, Mr. h
Bcheer and family and Eldon and El
ale Swlck attended camp meeting at
Jannlnra Indira laat Sunday.
Mr. and Mra. Myera nave returned
from visit with the latter'a eon In
A school meeting waa held in tne
school house - Tuesday evening and
Miss Alda Coi. of Portland, waa en
ured to teach the fall term. She
cornea with good reeommendatlona.
School will commence-octoner x.
Mra. Fred J. Melndl, of Portland,
anent a week at Mountain Ash Farm.
H. Murphy, of Portland, made hla
sister, Mrs. Bullard, a Tew days' visit.
George Laielle attended aplrttual
Ist camp meeting at New Era laat
Miss Marie Harvey made a business
trio to Portland Tueeday.
C. E. 8wlck la hauling lumber from
Cummlng'a aaw mill to build barn
Mr. and Mra. L. J. Hylton'a daugh
ter and her children, of Eugene, are
vlsltlna at their home.
Frlenda from California are guesta
of Mra. Frank Black.
rhe picnic given by the Flrwooi
people Sunday at Alder Creek, waa
thorouahlr anJoyu by aa. About
seventy attended. They amused
themselvea playing gamea, swinging,
and wading. '
W. J. Wlrta of 8andy attended the
Miss Oladya Deeaon of Portland,
haa been visiting Marie Koenicaa.
Ed Elllnga and family are occupy
ing their aummer home for a few
E. D. Hart and R. A. Chown, drove
to Molalla last 8unday. '
Mra. A. Malar. Mra. W. F. Fischer
and tha Misses Ida and Bertha Stuckl
were out for & horseback tide laat
Wednesday. They, rode to-. Arthur
MHler'a of Dover.
Mra. Marie Wlshon left for San
Franclaco last week.
Mary Moteyl and Charley Lenhart
went to the top of Wild, Cat mountain
Sunday to look for huckleberrlee.
They report that huckleberrlea will
not be ripe for a month.
O. Vackrow and family and N. P.
Blasen of Portland visited Mr. and
Mra. W. F. Fischer lsst 8unday.
Mra. John Malar, of Astoria, la vis
iting the Malar family. .
Mra. A. Malar apent a few daya
In the mountains the flrat of the
W. F. Fisher has finished painting
hla barn. '
Clntr Corey made a buainess trip
to' Portland tbe flrat of the week.
Walter Frost of McMlnnvllle vis
ited over Sunday at K. D, an a.
M. Howe who haa been viauing
hla family for aome time, reiuroea
to California last week..- 1
Jim Wolfe la working for the Mount
Hood Company. - i
Mark , New and family moved to
Boring last week.
MIps Agnes Udell entertained a rew
frlenda Monday afternoon In honor
of her ninth birthday.
- Mr. and Mra. Miller, Mra. Shaw and
Joseph Deflhayer were Portland via
Itora Mood ay. .
Mr. and Mra. Evans are entertain
ing friends from Oklahoma. ,
Mlse Johnston ana nroiner rrsns.
of Hood View Camp, entertained a
number of the Dover , young, people
Thursday evening. '
- Mrs. . Fttxrad'a grwidson, and
daughter were out from Portland laat
Carried Dullet In
Now It Serves
Photo by Aasarlcea Preae Aeaasisqsa.
B. JAMES ROB IE WOOD, who
Island, pne of tbe boroughs of
age of eeventy-tW', thongs be
of Gettysburg. Dr. Wood waa
geon took blm Into the thick of the fray, and he never considered danger whs
attending the wounded. One of the wounds Dr. Wood received at Gettysburg
waa made by an Iron ballet of tbe canister type. It entered baa knee and re
mained there for a third of a century. About fifteen years ago It began to
pain him, and a surgeon removed it. Dr. Wood had It mounted, and be now
see It aa a watch charm. It la clearly shown la the above picture. The bullet
la about three-fourths of aa Inch In diameter.. Dr. Wood la a native of Georgia,
and bla war experience waa In tbe Confederate army aa a member of a Geor
gia reglmeut. ' At Gettysburg be waa In A. P. Hlll'a corpe. -
Dover people are busy harvesting
Russel Frost returned to Portland
. JENNINGS LODGE.
The camp meeting now In session
Is being quite largely attended. About
fifty tenta are on the grounda besides
the three cottages which are occupied
by Rev. Myera and family, of Ealem;
Rev. Gueflroy and fanlly are at Has
elwood Inn and Mr. and Mra. Lucas
are pleaaantly located in their recently-built
matlc cottage. Rev. Culver
haa charge of the dlnrng hall and waa
prepared to feed five hundred on the
Sabbath day. Tbe nsual sun rise
prayer meeting la held at 6:30 a. m.
Friday evening Clarence True Wilson,
of Portland, spoke on "World Wide
Vision of tbe Temperance Cause,"
Rev. Wilson spoke with great elo
quence and power and we learned that
the foreign countrtea have done more
for prohibition than we hare In Amer
ca. Iceland taking the lead by hav
ing 87.000 population, haa no saloona.
and only one inmate In Ita jalla during
the past year; also haa one of the beat
public school systems of the world.
This la what prohibition haa done for
Ireland. On Sunday morning the pre
siding elder, of Portland District, Rev.
H. E. Hornschuh, spoke from Jer. 6-16.
The tabernacle waa very comfortably
Ailed and many enjoyed the able dis
course. In the afternoon at 2 p. m.
Rev. Wleve8lck. of Oregon City, apoke
In German and the choir from hla
church rendered aome beautiful selec
tions. At 2 P- m. Rev. J. A. Ooode.
of Lents, waa listened to with marked
attentton. Rev. Plumer, generkl mis
sionary, took for his text on Sunday
evening. "How Shall we Escape It We
Neglect ao Great Salvation?" Thla waa
listened to by an appreciative congre
gation. On Monday afternoon waa giv
en to the Woman's Missionary pro
gram. The devotional service being
led by Mrs. Myers, of Salem, who la
vice president of the Oregon branch.
At 1:30 Mra. Bradford, of Lenta, had
charge of the Mission Band and Cradle
Roll and an excellent program by the
little folka consisting of recitations.
Telling the Story," by Hannah Mllea,
and "Mary's Investment," by Minnie
Spring. "Whisper Song," by Esther
Myera. "Small Potatoes' by Dorcaa
Conklln, and a duet by Paul and Har
ry Bradford closed tbe Juniors part
tn the missionary program. At 2:30 a
solo "Carry tha Newa to Our Brother"
by Mra. Entmel, of Mllwaukle. "Proa
and Cons of Foreign Missions" by
Mrs. Lillian Clark and Mlsa Olive
Clark. Discussion. "What Shall I
Render Unto the Lord " Mualc by.
the choir. "Reading a Mtaslonary
Barrel" by Mlsa Minnie Emmel. 80I0,
A Beggar," Mra. Una Klpllnger Yatea.
Tbe Eunday gcnooi League program
waa held on Tneaday. Their motto:
Keen on Keeping On. Their aim:
Every Pupil for Christ Their con
vention aong: "May I Be Faithful."
The tabernacle wan very tastily de
corated with flags and pennants from
the various schools of the Portland
and Puget Sound dlatrtcta. In the
forenoon of Tuesday the devotional
aervtce waa led by Mr. Armstrong,
of Tacoma, Paper on "Waya of De
veloping Competent . Evangelical
Teachera, Louis Mwrdock, of Mon
mouth. Ore. Discussion, "Rural 8.
8. Problems.' Mra. O. B. Malmsten.
of Vernonla, Ore. "How to 8tudy the
Bible In - the Sunday School," Mlsa
Kmmel. 'of Mllwaukle. "How to Ob
tsln and Retain the Interest of par-
efts In Sunday School," Nina Farrell,
Little Falls. Waah. In the afternoon
of August lat an address, "A World
Wide Vision of an Open Bible and an
Uplift Croas" by Rev. Chaa. A. Phlppa.
general secretary Oregon State Sunday
School Association, of Portland. Thl
waa a most Interesting address and
many points of Interest were hurried-
ly totted down In the delegates' note
booka which will he taken to thelH
respective home schools. . This after.
noon waa filled with ao many good
things. amon; then being' three pa
ners "The t'H Fro--.", T" "
Led 3d Year.
as t Watch Charm
' V "j v,V
s a' 4
Jr.. V ;
la still practicing medidne on BUM
New York city, la hale and hearty at the
carries six scars received at the. battle
not la tbe ranks, bat hla work aa sur
been aald of the boy problem of age
of eleven to fifteen and so little of the
girl tbat tbla waa of special Interest
to Sunday school teachers of glrla of
tbla age. "Tbe Sunday School Fi
nances" by Mra. Bradford, of Lenta,
and "How to Cultivate Reverence iot
God'a House, Hla Servanta and Hia
Day." by Martha Blrkeraeler, of Mll
waukle. 'The laat paper being on the
"Temperance Work," Alvln Matxke, of
Everett. Waah. At the ten minute
Informal discussions, such subjects aa
"Shall we Have Graded Lessons In
Our Sunday Schools and the Import
ance of Having a Cradle Roll In Ev
ery Sunday School," by Mra. Hever
llng. Mualc being furnished by the
orchestra and choir.
Mlsa Beatrice Palmer, of Portland,
la the guest of Rev. H. N. Smith and
Mr. and Mra. John F. Jennlnga left
on Saturday for Seaside. Mr. Jen
nings returned on Monday, having
disposed of their pretty little home
and la busy making arrangementa to
build on Jennlnga avenue on hia acre
age overlooking the river. Mr. Jen
nings expecta to return to Seaalde
Mra. West, of Eugene, was visiting
with Mra. Laura Newell laat week.
Wedneaday evening la the regular
meeting of the Community Club. A
full attendance la desired aa the club
needa the assistance of each of Ita
A fire destroyed the . home, near
Covell, of Mr. Upton, a Portland at
torney, early Tuesday morning. Noth
ing being aaved but a cheat of silver.
Among the contents destroyed waa a
valuable aet or law booka and a new
piano. The origin of the Are waa
from a gasoline atove. -
Miaa Ruth L. Travera, of Portland,
haa been the guest of Mlas Ruth L.
Truscott this week.
MrrWlll Varney left laat week for
Miss Maude Nelson, of Portland,
la the gueat of Miaa Aleen Warner.
Rev. Gueffroy and wife and Ruaaell
autoed down from Monmoutn to at
tend camp meeting. ,
Rev. Noah Shupp, of Tacoma, haa
returned to hia home after a call on
Lodge frlenda and also attended ser
vices at the camp meeting.
Mra. RIcketta and family, of Port
land, were over night visitors with
her sister, Mrs. Grant Lewis. '
Mra. Anna Kruae, of Oregon City,
waa a luncheon gueat of Mra. L.' Wil
cox Monday and" was -accompanied
home by Mlsa Culver, daughter of
Rev. F. W. Culver, of Portland.
Mrs. Ed. Roethe, who haa been In
California for aome time, la much Im
proved but expecta to remain a few
weeka longer since the climate aeema
so beneficial to ber.
Calvin Morae la enjoying hla yaca
tlon with hla family on the farm at
The Boy Scouta, of the Congrega-
tlonal church, of Oregon City, wbo
bave been enjoying an outing near
Oswego Lake, broke camp Tuesday.
Master Shelby Shaver and Wendell
Smith, of thla place, report a delight
ful time. Among the Lodge folka who
were their gueata were Mr. and Mrs.
Will Jacobs and little Dorothy. Mra.
Shaver, Mra. Howard Smith. Misses
Anna. and Alice Hester and Beatrice
Palmer, and Mr. Harold Smith.
Mrs. Geo. A. Shaver haa returned
from a fortnlght'a atay at Molalla,
Mr. and Mra. Chaa. Redmond and a
party of frlenda will enjoy their vaca
tion at Newport, going the latter part
of the week.,
. Geo. Williams, recently from Mia
aonrl. purchased five acrea at Covell
and Hs Just completed a Ave room
cottage wUh all modern conveniences.
The little child of Mr. Garlic, two
yeara of age, near Meldrum. waa taken
suddenly 111 Wednesday evening. A
physician waa hastily aummoned and
at thla writing la aome Unproved.
Weather hot but good for haying
and ripening of grain. Hay crop waa
very good. ,
Grain cropa look extra good. The
ht waMher hasn't dolTany tari in
HI TOUCH Vml FRIENDS tnd HELAT1 Vi ii
A GRANDMOTHER may noj be as spry
as she used to be, but she is in close touch
L L--- 1J t 11 al a
Willi I1CI wujiu IUI dll llldl.
The telephone enablea her to make aa many calls aa she pierces, and
In all aorta of weather.
Formal gatheringa have their place, but it la the many little Intimate
visits over the telephone tbat keep people young and Interested. ' . '
Crandmotber'a telepbore visits do not stop with her own town.. The
Long Diktance Service of the Bell Telephone take ber to other towns,
and allowa relatives and frlenda to chat with her altbouarh hundreds of
-PacifiC-Ielephone and Telegraph Co.
Every Bell Telephone I tbe Center of the System
-Wild blackberries are ripe and large
rrowda are flocking to the burnt aec
tlon looking for these dellcloua ber
ries, which are quite plentiful thla
Cberrtea are puentlful and the
mahy housewives are very busy can
ning the royal cherry and other de
llcloua fruit a that grow ao plentiful In
L. Lemon, an extensive fruit grower
of Hood River, waa investigating the
fruit section of the Sandy River Val
ley and expressed himself very much
pleaaed with the future fruit growing
proepecta of Sandy and will buy a tract
of land and establish a commercial
Howard Bros., who lately purchased
through the 8andy Land Co, a fine
farm, are planning;' a commercial or
chard, one of the finest In the county.
Theae men lately came from Michi
gan." ' - -. ' v
Charles Swarts haa Juat completed
a fine residence on a four-acre tract
on Sandy Bluff.
Mr. Wendland and Gus Lndwtckson
bave eecb purchased four-acre tracts
on Sandy Bluff. Each will build a
Charlea Wilson, a Portland real es
tate man. will build a handsome aum
mer home on hia 10-acre tract.. A.
C. Baumlech la hauling lumber and
doing tbe building.
P. R- Meinig win at once move tne
old hall and store building Into town
near hia new store, now, almost com-
nlte. The new building will be uaea
aa a modern department atore while
the old building will be naed aa a hall
Zeek Beer's bungalow, a fine resi
dence, la complete and located on
T. D. Phelpa Is busy building an ad
dition to hla residence.
Gua Dahrena la building hla resi
dence and making many other Im
provements on hla place.
Mr. Smith, who purchased two lota
a Melcig'a addition, la putting np a
Martin Mlckelson'a cottage la com
plete and painted a splendid little
German Soclety'a hall la complete
and waa dedicated Saturday evening,
July 29. The affair waa attended by a
large crowd of German people.
Howard Bros., ownera of Hood View
orchards, are building a large barn
and also remodeling their home.
Jarl at Co. are buay with a large
crew building an up-to-date sawmill
on their extensive timber holdings
west of town. They will aa soon aa
possible saw lumber. ,
A. Melnlg haa hla big new nun com
plete and ready to saw lumber.
Several saw miUa have temporarily
shut down but will resume business
Work on the Mt Hood power house
la going; on day and night. The build
ing la Immense, built of concrete and
ateel; even all doora and window
saaha and framea are ateel. The two
tunnela. to receive tbe two big ateel
Dlpea, nine feet In diameter, are be
ing put in place. Theae monster plpea
take the water from the big reservoir
450 feet above the power plant to tbe
wheel below, generating thouaanda of
horse power. -
Mt Hood Railway la now running
regular passenger and freight business
between Portland and Bull Run The
line la run by steam at present; will
be run by electricity aa soon aa the
power plant la done, Work Is pro-
grelng rapidly on the tunnel through
Backbone hill. Thla tunnel la 12x12
feet and 4200 feet long, through whtch
the water of the Big Sandy will take
through to the flume, thence to the
big reaervolr. '
A new aawmlll haa been put In near
Bull Run 25,000 feet capacltx; by
Mt. Hood Ry. Co.
The big excursion on the Mt Hood
line brought out over 2.000 people
Monday and the woods for miles
around Sandy were full of people.
Travel to the mountains la greater
than ever before. Laat Sunday over
lOO autoa passed through Bandy up
to the numerous mountain resorts,
among which were two large auto
trucka "especially fitted np for excur
sions, one carrying 45 passengers and
their picnic outflta.
Sandy waa considerably stirred by a
robbery, when aome thlevea entered
the saloon of Peter Dolrer and $35
waa atolen. Several young men were
arrested for the crime and trial aet
but when time for trial the prosecutor
failed to appear and the prisoners
discharged, no one appealng against
Sandy had two weddlnga the past
week. Tbe contracting partlea were
Mlsa Emma Miller and Fred Holts,
and J. E. Pomeroy and a young lady
from the Eaat. Mra. Pomeroy was
given a grand tin can concert.
Mra. Stringer and daughter, of Port
laud, came by auto from that eity on
Thursday to spend the day with Mr.
and Mra. Aubrey Wood. 1 ' '
Doris Young and couain. Mix Whar
ton, wft to Portland r
" YAQUINA BAY
Oregon'a Popular Beach Resort
An Ideal retreat for outdoor pas
times of all kinds. Hunting. Fishing,
Boating, Surf Bathing, Riding, Aoto
Ing. Canoeing, Dancing and Roller
Skating. Where pretty water agates,
moaa agates, moonstones, carneUna
can be fonnd on the beach. Pure
mountain water and the best of food
at low prices. Fresh fish, clams, crabs
and oysters, with abundance of vege-'
tablea of all kinds dally.
Camping Grounds Convenient and At
tractive., . wtb strict sanitary regulations
LOW ROUND-TRIP SEASON '
from all points In Oregon, Waahlng
ton and Idaho on aale dally.
from Southern Pacific point a Port
land la Cottage Grove; also from al!
CAE. stations Albany and west
Good going Saturday or8snday and
for return Sunday or Monday.
Call on any 8. P. or C. E. Agent
for full particulars aa to fares, tralna,
schedules, etc.; also for copy of our
Illustrated booklet . "Outing in Ore
gon," or write to
GENERAL PASSENGER AGENT, '
, Portland Oregon. . ... .
Sunday,' taking the trip np the Colum
bia to the Cascade Locks. -
Mr. and Mra. Lawrence have pur
chased five acrea of lad from Mra.
Prawl. consideration being $250 an
Mr. and Mra. Joe Shull are enter
taining their niece. Miss Eva 8hnll.
The new freight depot at Wllaonvlll
Is the longest one on the line, being
113 feet In length, and la going to be
a great convenience to shippers, aa
there la a great amount of freight ship
ped in and out from our village.
Mr. and Mra. Joe Shull and family
attended a ; family reunion at Mra.
Shull'a father's laat week at Canby.
the occasion being the 72nd birthday
of "Mr. Terry.
Mra. Marion Young chaperoned a
Jolly party of relatives to Seaalde on
Tuesday, for a -short camping trip.
1 Partlea from Portland purchased 11
acrea of land at $200 an acre here laat
week through the agency of Mr. Harta
Arthur Draper and wife and daugh
ter Louise, left Wllsonvine on Monday
to sal! on the steamer Beaver for
Loa Angeles, on Tuesday, from the
Portland harbor. Mra. Norman Say
accompanied them as far aa Portland. -
Mra. Marion Young entertained de
lightfully on Friday afternoon, July
8th, in honor of the birthday of Mlsa
Wharton, who haa been their aummer
guest from the East Mlsa Wharton
la Mr. Young'a niece.
The church la being built very rap
idly and will be a fine building, seat- ,
Ing 200 persons when finished. It la
expected that the building will " be -dedicated
by the last of August and
Dr. Homan will deliver the address at ,
that time. . 1
-The Odd Fellows lodge la In a flour
ishing condition and will take In some
new members at the next meeting.
The officers of the lodge are putting
forth every effort to have the Wll
aonvllle lodge second to none. The
following la a complete Hat of the of
ficers: Barney Cronln. N. O.: E. Mul
loy. V. G.; C. M. Melvlo. 80. J J. L.
Seely, Treaa.; H. D. Aden, Chaplain:
T. -C. Biggs, Warden; T, 8. Mulloy.
I. O.: F. Rodgere, O. G.; A. H. Haa
eelbrink. U 8. N. O.; C. Giles. R. 8.
N. O.; F. H. Darby, R. 8. V. O. nl
O. E. Gould. L. 8. V. O. :
The Wllaonvllle OH Co. la still drill
ing and are down 260 feet with good
Indications of oil so we are Informed
by the drillera on the well
There will be a dramatic recital giv
en In the A. O. W. W. hall by Ocean
Jolly and Helen Campbell Jeselon on
Friday evening, August 6, at eight
o'clock. Rev. Exon recommends these
ladlea ao highly that he aava If any
one la disappointed he will refund
their money. Ice cream will be aerved
by the Ladlea' Aid at the close of the
program. The uanal price wlH pre
vail adult 25c; children from t to
14 will be 15c.
Mr. and Mra. Malcolm Bay and
family arrived In Wllaonvllle on Tues
day, having, come all the way from
Santa Paula, Cal., a dlatance of 110ft
mllea, tn a camp wagon. Mr. CAy
saya that Clackamaa County looks rV
ter to him than any other prt of 1
go and that Mr. EUneVa
at wrw',", '