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MOUNING ENTERPRISE, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1911.
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Ej Uw f Mullno, waa la tbU
Fred Kiimrrnlh, of Sbubel, was In
I (hit city KrIMiiy.
Mrs. Ji iinl" Illy, of Carua, was In
libii city Saturday.
n J IV Slmw. of Mllwsukle, wis
III ihli tliy SMurday.
John Muhiv. r t'nlon JU1I. was
III tblt rlty Friday.
! TTr." Kll Itymm.' of " Heaver Creek.4
tu vUUIiiK In Oregon Cl'T Satur-
J. iifrniMti. of Heaver Creek, trans
Iidmi liiiin.-K lu Oregon City Frl
4iy. Fred 8ilni-r. of Besver Creek,
IlranMrti'il bUNlnesa in this city Satur
day. Mr. KIhIkt, one of the farmer llv-
I lug it ll.iHwr Creek, wil In thl city
Mr. and Mm. Morey. of Molalla,
I.M-t ami'iiK the Otegon City visitors
Mr. llutthiH, one of the old reel-
fails of Itiuvfr Creek, waa In thla
Mr. Monroe Irish, of Union Hall.
u trannnrtiug business In Oregon
Lee Jiiih'm Hiid wife, of Carua, were
among the Oregon City business visi
Jack Irlnh. one or tbe prominent
I firmer, of ('urns, waa In tbla city on
builni-.a Sut urdiiy.
Philip l.liiclnu. one of tbe well-
koown lannrra of Clarkea, waa In (bis
I city on tiuhlni'H Saturday.
W. Miller, of Carua, accompanied
by Mr. hii.I Mra. John Welamandel,
vre In lliln rlty Saturday.
W. Miller, of Carua. accompanied
by Mr. ami Mra. John Welsmandel,
re In thin 'rlty Saturday.
B. N'oyer. of Meadowbrook, and
iaunhter, Mra. Frank Soar, of Port
land, were In thla city Saturday.
Throning la almost flnlahed on the
West Side, and everyone la bappy
that the i-rnln hai turned out ao well.
Mlaa Vim a Phillips of Portland. Is
la thla rlty visiting Mrs. Lowell Blan-
third and other frlenda.
Mra. Cliirenre Farr snd children,
ho have heen rusticating at Sea
Ida, returned Friday evening.
Mri. (i. . Dlmlik and Mlaa Jennie
8ohati left Saturday morning for
Nawport. hre the will remain for
a few daya.
Mr. and Mra. William Robinson.
ho have been visiting at Newport,
hre th.y apent two weeks, have
reiurned ihnlr home.
Mra. Hall (,f the Cascade, who haa
kn vlaltinK her dnughter, Mrs. Wll
l'm Rohlnann. has returned to her
horns after u most eujoyable time.
Mr., and Mrs. J. Vatcher of this
e'ly, went to Vancoucer, Waah., Ftl
y, whire they spent the day with
and Mrs. A. D. Vatcher.
Mrs. m. T. Mark and Mrs. J. J.
Brhmldt, of Canhy, were In this city
Saturday afternoon, returning to their
homos on tho evening train.
Brn. September 1, at Canby, to
ih wife of Clarence Fallows, an
'Wit popnrt aon. Mrs. Fallows was
formerly mUh Oraula Zee.
Mlaa JenHl Paddock and Mlas Nan
Jwiran will nave on the steamer
ho city on Tuesday morning for a
lrJP to California, where . they will
"Pnd aeveral weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Osborn and
nd Mra. Oeo,ge Osborn, who
. """n enjoying camp life for the
w month at Cannon Beach, have
E1: A- Morris, dentls:, haa re
'wrned from his vacation.
Mlaa SiiHle Klker, who has been a
J""1"' Rv. and Mrs. Clark, left
Friday evening for California.
n'r ih Wii visit before returning
ner liomd m Michigan.
MIm Mary A. Scott left Friday
""Ing for Trout I-ak. ,- Wash..
wrs ,na wl comminc- her dutie.
u"iay mmin. . ....
Hilary rra(la of, tnw pUD0 Bchoo,
In im L"ra S'nwK of Portland. I
th. n Cl,y vlltlng at the home of
"Rev. snd Mrs. Clark, of this city.
Mra. J p v.... ... .
Of Pnrn 1 "ni 'wo cnuaren
--"..nuii. H r. m this wl.lMn.
are In this city visiting
Mr. and vr ... .
... j. w . uHvenpori inn
FHii " rfiturnei from Beaalde
Hni.i -". i ney were accom
W m. h"me hV Mra. Montour and
thair r,,mn'lnK, who have been
mia'."nH, Mr'' Il"Pton. Mrs. Uhl-
OrVton 0rf.,r"rtl". passed through
. WiiL. u,7 Ba'nrday on their way to
" T nan n. rr. 1
I ( w,n a,r 'r a week. . -
you hare a natural
foot, put it in a
"Natural Shape" shoe.
There's a Florsheim
in our stock that will
fit you fine Step in
and try it on any time.
The sooner the better.
Mrs. Harsb Mellloger, of Morning
Hun, Iowa, accompanied by her niece,
Mrs. Nora Carrlco. went to Towney
Saturday to visit the former's
nephew, Frank Ihilzell. Mrs. Mellln
ger Is a sister of the late P. D. Cur
ran. Mlas Gertrude Falrlcough and
niece, Kllen lirace, after spending the
past seven weeks with the former's
brothers at Ogle Mountain Mines, re
turned to Oregon City Frldey morn
ing- having - a most - dellKi.tfu! Umu. 1
Many Hah were caught while on thla
trip by the young ladles.
- Mrs. J. H. Walker and family, af
ter spending the past three weeks
at Cannon Hearh. Or., returned to
their borne In this rlty last week.
Mr. Walker spent two weeks with bla
family while they were camped at
that resort, alnd returned last week.
Miss Lena Chamberlain, who re
cently returned from Cannon Beach,
where she haa been attending a month
with her mother, Mra. Thomas Cham
berlain, will leave next Sunday by
steamer for California, where she ex
teete -Ut- rnlafor three month s for
the benefit of her health.
Mrs. Oeorge Hall, of tbe West Side,
gav a luncheon on Thursday to a few
of her friends. It was a most enjoy
able affair. lKillclous peach Ice cream
waa served, and the bouae waa pret
tily decorated for tnts occasion. Those
present were Mrs. Bchulti, Mrs. J. W.
(.ray. Mrs. William Uoblnson, Mrs.
Hall, of the Caacade.
Judge Thomas F. Ryan, formerly of
thla city, but now of Salem, where
he la chief clerk of the State Treas
urer, will lesve Bundsy evening for
Indianapolis, Ind., where he will at
tend the Sovereign orand Uxlne of
the I. O. O. F.. be being the Grand
Master. Before returning to Oregon
Mr. Ityan will vlalt his father at
Mrs. J. W. Norrls Is recovering
rspldly from the effects of an opera
tion for appendU ltls. and was able to
enjoy a ride Saturday. The first
place vlslled by Mrs. Norrls since her
return from the hospital, waa the Me
Loughlln Park, In which she has tak
en such ad active Interest. The park
Is very attractive now with Its dif
ferent colored flowers, and Mrs. Nor
rls Is plessed with the manner In
which the grounds and flowers have
been' cared for since ber Illness by
Joseph Alldredge. ,
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Caufleld and
family, who apent tho past three
weeks at Government Camp, near
Mount Hood, have returned to Ore
gon City. Raymond and Wallace Cau
fleld ascended Mount Hood, as Is their
custom each year, the former making
the ascent twice this year. Mr. Cau
fleld owns on acre at Government
Camp. It Is one of the most sightly
locations In that section, commanding
an excellent view of the mountain. A
cottage was built on this place this
summer by Elijah Coleman, contrac
tor, and It Is the Intention of the
Caufleld family to spend their sura
mer vacations at that place hereafter.
Mr. and Mrs. Emery Noble and two
children will leave this evening for
Melrose. Cal., where they have been
called by the serious Illness of the
former's fsther, John W. Noble, wh
haa been 111 for the past six weeks
with stomach trouble. Mr. Noble Is
well known In thla city, having lived
here for many years before going to
California. He was one of the prom
inent educators of the county. Be
fore returning to Oregon City. Mr.
Noble and his family will visit his
sister. Miss Jennie Noble, at River
side. Cal.. who is reporter on one
of the leading dallies of that city.
Fred Maker and Thomas Hnine
berry, who have been at Table Hock,
for the past two weeKs, returnee! home
on Friday evening. Frlenda of the
young men were greatly surprised
when they returned with heavy
growth of beards, and It was some
time before the parents of the latter
recognlaed their own son. The boys
report plenty of fish and game. One.
deer and one skunk were among the
game killed. The party reports hav
ing caught 1,600 fish b"t they had
none on their return and no doubt
they must have had Immense appe
ties to "get away" with the deer and
Mrs. C. C. Myers and .daughters,
Misses Mable, Annie and Wllma. who
have been spending tne past month at
Twin Falls. Idaho, guests of the
former's son, Maurice Myers and fam
ly, and Mrs. Grsce Burdett and fern
lly, returned to Oregon City on Fri
day evening. They had a most en
joyable time, while visiting In Idaho,
but say there la no place like Oregon.
Mrs. Myers Is a native of this state,
and her mother was one of the early
Oregon pioneers, who came across
the plains In 1852. WTiH In Idaho
she visited the monument that marks
the old Oregon trail mat her mother
followed In the oarly days. Mrs.
Myers and family also visited the
"Grlg-glni 1" an old frten4 of yonra,
Isn't hef rtj ,
"Yes; I think so mnch of Onggina
that I have his framed autograph
hanging on the wall or my room. It s
at the bottom of a promissory note for
J4080. still unpaid. "-Cbleujro Tribune
Mr. Clark Is out with his hay baler,
baling straw fur tbe farmers.
Mrs. Lydla Woodle returned from
Troutdal last Wednesday, and spent
a few days with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Ilowlett, returning to ber borne
to Kstacada on Monduy wlih Mr.
Have Hoffmelster Is working for H.
Myrtle Woodle came Monday even-
Ing to keep bouae a few days for her
grandmother, Mrs. Ilowlett
Mr. and Mrs. John Held and sons,
Theodore and Cheater, and Mrs. Hen
ry Udell and children, Herbert and
Alice, spent Sunday with James Ulb
sou. Mr. and Mrs. Will Douglass and Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Douglass went to tbe
mountains Wednesday after huckle
berries. K. U. Ulbson sold a cow tbe other
Clans peters got his thumb cut by , Mrs. Win. O. Rugh and family visit
tbe band cutter, while threshing. . ed Mrs. Revenue of Sandy Sunday.
Ed. Sharp Is suffering with a severe Jerry Frlel left for Mclntyre's last
rsse of erysipelaa on his head and week.
face. j Wni. O. Hugh and Karl Baker were
Jim Turner, wife and little girls and cutting hay for Prof. Couper laat week
the five months' old baby who only Mrs. Sbsnks and ber son were In
weighed two pounds at birth, have Cherryvllle recently looking after
Just come down from Turner, Wash., their rsnch.
for a few weeks' visit with friends August Bedensteln and Mr. Shanks
and reiatlves. The baby now weighs who have been working for Dave
eleven pounds and Is a bright, active Douglas on Mt Hood Road, spent a
little fellow, nsmed for bis grandpa, lew days In Cherryvllle.
Tom Turner. Tbe M. E. quarterly conference will
Tbe whole feminine population has meet at Cherryvllle M. E. church Sun
been to see Mark's baby, a very pret- day, Sept. 3rd, and a successor to
ty baby too. I Rev. Dr. Runyan. and Dlatrlct Supt,
Mrs.. Nemec wss thrown from her Moore will preside. - .
bn&gy and her bin julte severely hurt 1 Mr.. Johnson, who drives the stage,
when returning from a visit to Mr. rhas recently moved his family Into
8tangle's. j the parsonage and left for Missouri
Albert Turner had the misfortune to last week to help settle up bis father's
lose four stacks of grain which caught estate and bring bis mother to Cher
fire Thursday from the engine. He ryvllle.
had already threshed 300 bushels st , Fire Warden Ben Beach left for Fir
his barn and but Just moved to the wood to fight fire which Is burning In
stacks. It Is a great loss to a farmer, railroad timber and threatens Fir
and all sympathize with him. . wood lumber mill. Tbey have tele
Mrs. Prlndle whose husband and phoned to Portland for more men to
herself took up a homestead and lived come out and help tight Ore.
upon the place 17 years, which Is now a party of twenty people, young
owned and occupied by Mr. Keller, snd old, gathered at the home of Pro
has been visiting old friends and mak- feasor Geo. Couper last Saturday and
Ing new ones In the neighborhood tbe a very enjoyable time was had. A
past week. bonfire was built, gsmes were played,
Mrs. OIHe Howlton and children are slnglnz and refreshments served.
spending the remaInIng"dayiorTaca--T
Hon at Mr. Gages. led at the home of Mrs. J. T. Frtel,
They sre getting about over tbe Jr., last Sunday,
mumps at Zack Elllgsen's. I Mrs. Whltmore. formerly Miss Flor-
The ladles gsve Mrs. Nussbaum a ence Bllcklnger, Cherryvllle school
birthday surprise psrty Thursdsy af- teacher, visited at the home of Mrs.
ternoon and bad an enjoyable time. ; Wm. O. Rugh a few days ago. .
Men Lave hauled aand for the foun- Mrs. Chtlds haa returned from a
dation of the new church. trip to Portland.
We are informed that school begins Miss Constance Ewlng. or Portland,
on the 18th of September. a former Cherryvllle school teacher,
Mrs. Rutty Kollemeyer, nee Ruby who has been seriously 111 with pneu
Thompson. haa a nne baby boy. ' monla. la rapidly recovering and was
There Is sure going to be war in tbe
Netherlands, as nearly all the new
babies beard from are boye thla year. BORING.
Gus Gebhardt wife and son, Harry,
are living In the small cottage recent- Haying and harvesting has kept
ly acquired with the 30-acres or land people so busy there has been no time
purchased or Mr. Gage and haa begun to tell or make news,
to dig a well. 1 The yield 4t grain baa been large
Mra. Sharp and Mrs. Ed. Sharp have In this part or the county, averaging
the new carpets In use which the 60 bushels per sere: wheat and oata.
ladles, young and old. helped to make Charles Royer threshed 68 bushels ot
by sewing carpet rags early In the wheat per acre and many rarmers had
summer. oats which yielded 65 bushels per
Hop pickers begin to Journey by on aars.
their way to the hop fields. The fields The people of Damascus were sad
about here will not be ready ror per- dened by the death or L. H. Young,
baps a week yet and plenty or pickers, who was killed In an auto accident
Arden Gage and his son, Will, made which occurred near Oregon City,
a trip rrom Sheridan to the old home Mr. Young was a prominent and well
on 8unday last returning at 5 P. M. In respected citizen., a friend of every
thelr Mett runabout OM, man who Interested himself
1 1 - In th pleasure and welfare of his
COLTON. , neighbors and Mends and leaves a
- vacancy In the community which can-
Quite a number or people rrom here not be filled,
have loft for the mountains to pick . EL WOOD.
huckleberries and others are leaving,
for the hop yards. Mrs. Delia Vallen spent part of the
Mr. Carlson's vdaughter and little day Wednesday with Mrs. Terrah Bon
glrl who have been out visiting her ney.
folks returned to their home at Port- W. T. Henderson was well pleased
land Friday. . with his grain yield, oats went 47
Mr. Montgomery Is visiting his cou- bushels per acre; wheat 49 bushels
sin. Walter Oorbett and family at Col- per acre.
ton. . Elmer Dibble went to the buckle-
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. E. Llndstrom, berry patch and pronounces them
a big girl Saturday. green.
Dlx Freeman Threshing Company Lew Vallen cut grain for many or
has started threshing. the neighbors, cutting some grain at
Mra. E. Berglund and daughter. Es- Col ton. 4
ter called on Mrs. A. Anderson last Miss Hazel Freeman is attending
gnday. the Advent campmeeting at Troutdale
W. E. Bonney and son, Archie, re- Otis Yallen has been helping Mr.
turned Saturday from Astoria, where Cox In his grain.
they have been attending the flr. t Mrs. A. Henderson, Miss Monde
Mr. and Mrs. I. O. -Dlx. of Mullno, Cox and Miss Naunla Vallen spent one
were visitors at ths rarmer'a home at day last week visiting at tbe mills on
Colton Saturday and Sunday. Clear Creek.
Several big slashings have been Mips Anna Boylan or Clear Creek,
burnt around here this week. la growing stronger.
Mat Handle returned to Highland Mr. Cox has a plentiful supply of
Monday from his ranch In the hills, delicious peach plums, also a garden
Miss Hazel Freeman, of Elwood, left which shows the gain received by ir
ror Troutdale where she Is attending rlgation.
campmeeting. I It Is difficult to get fruit owing to
Gus Gottbtirg, who was away with the scarcity or all klnda. Our Eastern
the threshing machine at Highland, Mends should spend another year to
was summoned home Tuesday on ac- rully appreciate onr many delicious
count of the death of his wife's moth- kinds and the abundanc of fruit Ore
er, Mrs. Noyer, of Molalla. 1 gon soil can produce.
Charlie Swan is hauling shingles to Arthur Swearlnes helped W. T. Hen
the valley rrom W. E. Bonney's derson stack his late grain. In ahort
shingle mill. nearly everyone Is stacking grain here
Blrdly Ball left ror his home at Dig- C. E. Surfus Is threshing at Spring
glsh Prairie last week. water.
Willie Freeman, of Elwood, Is stay- A. 8. Henderson assisted C. Free
ing with his grandma, Mrs. Dlx, while man and U. 8. Dlx with their thresh
her son Is away threshing. Ing this week In Highland.
Ed Ball made a business trip to a number of people are preparing
Portland last week. to go to the hoy yards. Some have
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Stromgreen were gone,
pleasantly surprised last' week by a Matt Dibble and Ed. Park have re
large number of their frlenda In honor turned from visiting relatives. Matt
of Mrs. Stromgreen's seventieth birth- Parks and ramlly. alao Floyd Dibble
day anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Strom- and ramlly. rormerly from here, are
green were some or tha Oral settlers now in Southern Oregon,
here and have seen hard and good Mrs. Matt Dibble and Httfe one was
times and have also -witnessed how visiting relatives near Estacada last
Colton as a wilderness has grown Into ! week.
a somewhat big aettlement. MrsJ Dan Stahlnecker helped Mr. Cox
Stromgreen has our best wishes ror stack grain Wedneaday and Thursday,
the ruture. May ahe have many more ! . A number or cattle men spent a day
birthday anniversaries to celebrate, burning over 80 acres or pasture land.
The afternoon was pleasantly spent In During the summer many people take
conversation, speaking by Re. Rein- their cattle to th mountain rangea
hart and singing. Dainty refresh- and then In the fall by a few days
ments were served by the ladles and stall feeding the stock la sold tot beer,
enjoyed by all. All report a dellghtrul , Miss Nouna Vallen Just returned
time The rollowlng were present: rrom a pleasant visit at Oreaham.
Mr and Mrs. N. Hult, Rev. and Mrs. Mrs. Delia and Lewis Vallen were
Ret'nhart, Mr. and Mra. Petteraon. Mr. guests or Mr. and Mrs. Dan Stahlneck
and Mrs. Alfred Anderson, Mrs. A. er Sunday.
Danlelson. Mrs. A. Johnson. Mrs. L. In honor of Professor Kendell of the
Elliott Mrs. E. Burghlnd, Mrs. Erlck- College or Philomath, Ice cream waa
son Mrs Jonas Petterson, Miss Frede- served by the Henderson ramlly. Oth
borir Hult, Mrs. C. Stromgreen and era present were Mrs. Delia Vallen.
daughters and a number of others. , Miss Myrtle Henderson.-or Oregon
v ti.raM wfcn tsnarht Phor-
rrvllle school last year, will teach the
coming sesson. It Is expected that
there will be about twice as many
scholars, numbering thirty. I
Out of Town
Mr. Pratber has bought ' The Ware
farm of so acres and will make his
home here. We understand tbe con
sideration was fd,,uo.
Professor Ooo. Couper and Cbas.
Harris are helping Dr. UotkUis build
a new barn.
Allen B. Brooks took a trip to Ore
gon City last week.
Loo McCabe has accepted the posi
tion of sawyer with Flrwood Lumber
Win. Stone took a trip to Portland
tew days ago and hauled out some
pipe. He Is going to pipe water from
his spring to bouse.
Mrs. Clark Corey look a trip to Port
land last week.
L. F, Pridemore spent a few days In
Bull Run last week with his mother
and Mrs. L. F. Pridemore, ber aunt
and cousin took a trip to Astoria.
Mr. Stevens, a druggist from Port
land, and wife spent several days at
Hotel Cherryvllle lsst week.
Clair Corey has left for a trip to
Portland and other points and expects
to be gone about a week.
Ray Murray and Win. Allen were
In Cherryvllle last week.
visiting Mrs. Wm. Rtign last weea,
1 1 T . !UU mi, 'i'i l I ii. 1 tJmut-
Everybody has finished threshing In
our berg 4nd some are preparing to
go to the hopflelds and others have
started their fall plowing.
FOR LADIES' FALL
THE UTZ A DUNN
OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT,
The New Palmer Garment
Softs and coats now shown la out soft room for
early Fall wear. Come in and see the new styles.
New Creations in Mannish
Now shown in oor dress goods department and
Windows for Ladies Fall and Winter wear.
Men's, Young Men's and Boy's Clothing
for Fall and winter now open for your inspection as to
Styles, Quality, and price. We show a handsome line
of School Suits for boys at very moderate prices.
Out Fall Stock l
of Ladies and Men's high class dress shoes is far super
ior to any we have ever shown heretofore."We specialize
n fine shoes.
Corner Main, and
Sidney Smith has quit working for
Fred Spangler and is working on tbe
Mr. and Mra. Frank Schoenborn, of
Oregon City, apent 8unday with his
sister, Ellsa, of this place.
Ralph Howard spent one day last
week with his parents and son at
Arthur Mallett, or Mullno. was tak
en to the hospital Monday to undergo
an operation ror appendicitis.
Frank Klmmey and ramlly are
think or moving to Portland soon.
A surprise dance was given at Al
fred MoshburgeCs Saturday night and
a large crowd attended, and had a
rine time. Cake, pie and lemonade
were served at midnight Alfred had
been away working on Cristner's
threshing machine, and when he re
turned Saturday evening be waa
Nothing Like Personality.
Nothing like pertounllty. If yon
know bow to assert It. Clerks bare
not forgotten tbe diur Indy who wrote
to her hu.land: "I am Jut crniy over
tbe TbotiRMtid Islsnds. How long can
I stnyT" tl was M-nnnllty. pure and
simple. ,1 hut won for tnT tbe enthuxl
SHtlc response. "So glad you are hav
lns' a nice rime: Ion't hurry. Stay a
week ou esch Island." .-
Mere gossip tbi. but with hia own
ears tbe clerk once heard a farmer's
wife pay a nioet generous and Insplr
Ing tribute to personality. Concluding
a tirade In disravor or an aunt, abe
blurted: "I know what I'll do to her.
ril-ril-vtslt herr-Clerk of tbe Day
In Boston Evening Transcript.
This world has many sins and many
miseries. It Is not a world ror the
selfish greed of gain, nor tbe selfish
psntlngs of ambition, nor the selflsb
struggles of power, but a world for
self abandonment, for sacrtdre, for
heroic toll. He who soeks only to get
a living here Is the merest earthworm.
He who sighs for place and rame la
tbe merest trtfler. He wbo builds a
throne ror himself upon the necks pt
men shsll become a hlselng and a by
word among tbe nations. Only he
shall be loved of God and honored or
men wbo la found to bare accom
plished something ror human bappt
bess and human good. Hos well l.
A Famous Wse Horse.
Boeephslns, the chsrger that carried
Alexander tbe Great through all his
campaigns, received bis name from the
fact that, although white, be had a
black mark resembling an ox'a head
on his forenVad. A Tbessslonlan had
offered the horse for ssle to Thlllp of
Mscedon, but as none of tbe monarch's
attendants could manage him the king
ordered bis owner to tske him sway.
Alexander. ' wbo wss present, ex
pressed his repret af loina so fine an
snlmnl. and Thlllp replied that he
e-nulrt buy the hore If his son conld
ride him. The offer rus ncrcpted by
Ali-xnnder. trim tit(ve,'-"1 li t'i iit
teiiipt. P.nce'ihiiliis on;d rn-er dif
fer any other fern " "ii;mt Llm .
Big Department Store
Special Clearance Sale Shoes
in sorted stock of Ladies', Men's and Children's Shoe
now on oor tables. Remarkably low prices. Allow
yourself the benefit of oor low pi Ice Shoe Sale.
Seventh Streets, Oregon City, Oregon
DOH TO LIBRARY
Many new books were received at
the Oregon City Library last week,
among tbem being the following:
Briers on Public Questions," Ring-
wait; "The Methoda or Taxation,"
Means; "The Citizen." Shaler;
Working Man's Insurance In Eu
rope," Franke and Dawson; 'Social
Insurance," Seager; "Artlflt:! and
Natutsl Flight," Maxim; "Practical
Track and Field Atbietica," Graham;
"The Wild Flowers or California."
Parsons; "Man and tbe Earth," Sha
ler; "The Unity ot Religious, Ancient
nd Modern Beliefs, Randall and
Smith; "How to Read the Bible."
Adeney; "Tbe Weather," - Dunn;
"Ethics for Young People,'' Everett;
"How to Train Children," Abbott;
"On the Training or rarenta," Hew
ett; "How to Feed Children," Hegan;
"Stories to Tell to Children," Bryant;
"Dissertations by Mr. Dooley,"
Dunne; "The Neer-do-Well," Beach;
"The Winning of Barbar Worth,"
Wright; "Jewel," Burham; "Jewel
Story Book," Burham.
G. B. Dlmlck recently gave to the
library a Morocco bound copy of
poems by Simpson, "The Singer of
the West." together with ten volumes
of encyclopedic history, which la an
excellent reference for students.
Mlas Myrtle Buchsnaa is tbe librar
ian, and ahe Is taking muctr Interest
In her work. Even tbe funny sections
of the dally papers are round In tbe
library, and It la ostoundlng how
many or the young persons of this
city visit the library and ask for
them. Since the organization of the
library many of the young men, as
well as the young women find great
comfort In visiting the reading rooms.
There Is no charge ror taking books
borne to read. Miss Buchanan knows
what books are out. and who la In
library, and It is astounding how
hss been lost. -
JUDGE 6EATIE ASKED
TO NAME DELEGATES
County, Judge Beatte has been
asked by the Secretary of the Na
tional Conservation Congreea to ap
point three delegates to represent
this county at the meeting In Kansas
City, Mo., September 25, 26, 27. 28 and
29. Judge Beatle said Saturday that
he would not make the appointments
until he found out what representa
tive men would be aeie to mate the
trip. The Congress will give espec
ial attention to plans for the main
tenance of the fertility or the soil.
The coming meeting will be tbe third
REA LESTATE TRANSFERS.
John Mauldlng and Mary E. M Raid
ing to Mrs. Mabel L. Ross, lot 3. block
1, Mauldlng Addition to Idlewlld; $70.
John T. Altchlson and Evelyn Allen
Attchlaon to the Oregon Water Power
A Railway Company a right of way
In a portion or the Hector Campbell
donation land culm; $1.
THE NEW CMOS
SET SHOE FOR
MEN, THE SHOE
EASY, ALSO THE
ABBOTT A SELX
G. U. Snapp to P. A. Schmit, land
In southeast quarter or section 28,
township 1. south or range It; $210.
Frances D. Abbry to Charlea F. Nel
son 63 acrea In section 35, township
2 south or range 2: $1.
Minnie Odell to Charlea Swenson,
lots 25 to 28 Inclusive, llock 46, Mln
thorn Addition; $280.
Casper Kerr and Alice err to Sam
uel Riley, lots 29 and 30. block A in
the Kerr Addition to Milwaukle; $500.
James' Bunnell to Paul S. West,
lots 4. 5, 26, block 9, Oak Grove Park;
Horace and Dora E. Williams to Iva
R. Miller, part 'or D- U C. of William
Hofmes and wire; $10.
Charlea Tledeman and Huldah
Wledmena to Church or God. Clacka
mas county; $1.
Frank Polifka and wife to Grand
Lodge of A. O. W. W. Clackamas
Anna L. Burrts to ohn W. Loder,
lot 8 of block 84, Oregon CKy; $1.
Gladstone Real Estate Association
to Henry Loney. 1.06 acres at Glad
OAKLAND. Sept. 2. Portland to-
day took revenge on tae oaks tor the
beating Friday, by winning an excit
ing game, 1 to 0. Lamllne, the new
twlrler from the Portland Northwest
erners, appeared for the first time on
the slab ror the Beavers, but had no
control and waa derrlcked in the
first Inning. . Harknesa went In to
relieve him, and despite the fact that
the bases were full, with only on
down, pulled out of tbe hole without
a score. Ryan waa back at bla old
place in the line-up.
Portland made 3 hits 'and Oak
The results Saturday were as fol
Pacific Coast League Portland 1,
Oakland 0; Los Angeles 6. San Fran
cisco 5; Vernon 7, Sacramento 1.
Northwestern league Seattle 8.
Vancouver 1; Spokane 7, Victoria 3;
Portland-Tacoma game postponed;
National League New York 7,
Philadelphia 6; Boston 3-2, Brooklyn
4-1; Chicago 3. Cincinnati 1; Pitts
burg 13-4; 8t.Loula 18.
American League Washington II,
New York 1; Boston 7. Philadelphia
4; Cleveland 5, Chicago 2.
Won. Lost. P.O.
Sacramento . . ,
Los Angeles .
Won. Lost P.O.
Spokane . .
Tacoma . .
Seattle .. .
88 65 .575
81 63 M2
84 72 .6.18
73 . 82 .471
67 84 .444
64 II .412