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About Morning enterprise. (Oregon City, Or.) 1911-1933 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 8, 1911)
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Cclal Bargotow In
suits and over-
Is jo be had at
c store of J. Levitt.
Lr them more
ty to spend on
for other holr-
y gifts. A WUKU
ClCNT." Are vo"
;X so' sec that
icy Investigate our
Atfc for Premium Ticket. "
Ik arroal an conviction
I say person or poraono, wn w
L.hilly timat) eopla of Th
iM or luDKHMti anr w
Lr as b0 plac4 Iher by
MUajr-IW fellow! And bow
d your fort u hot
tmr-l opeoed livery lbl U
.-Kw York Mall.
MIQH OLA as
BOS tailing Sidy., Portland.
Phono Main 1161.
Stories from Out of Town
city for Iho present and may prou.
aiujr i iu ladranilo Inlor.
California Naval Orangoe, II cant
pT doin two Utrn f'r .& cuia. Kri
day anj Saturday at The Hub Grocery,
v"nifr fivTsuio ana ower airla.
Mr. A. J. Kulxht of Ceuby. ac
companied by her uitilbor, J. f. Lwyoe,
and Mra. George Mka, t In tbla
city on bualooaa Thursday. Mra
Knight baa been makli) ber bonis at
llio ImlUa fur tbo pat yr, but re
lumed to (uby during tb auniiuvr
Nobel baa plenty of good charts lit
stork. Cream, Hla and iJuiburair
Aoy quantity. Til Main airrvt
Mr. and Mr. A. IE. Moore, of 1)1 ton.
Ill; Mr. and Mr. U W. (ota, of
Portland; Mr. Ijoutae liarcroft of
Nowberg, wer In tbla rl' Wodna
day sriernoon and evening, guesta
at tbo bonio of Mr. and Mr. A. 11.
Wllinot. Mr. and Mr. Moore, who
aro aunt and mirle of Mra. Wllinot,
aro making their f)rt vial' to Km
1'arlflc coaat, and they are dllKhted
with It. oapeclally Portland and Valla
Walla. W'aab , and may derld to U
fat In una of ihna rltley In Uw near
futuro. Tby l-ft Thursday evi-liing
fur I Jt Aturnlna. ihitri hav mill r.
,.rr-T..ir-TT,ir-T7TT.-. M,M irT I..mltwn nil rH, gnd the Inter
leave for tholr homo Tbey l-ft Illinois
In September, and bara vlaltad many
cities while rn rout to Oregon.
Mr and Mr. William llayburst, of
Portland, spent Hunday wllb Mr. apd
Mra 111 Undaley
Call at lb Hub Grocery Friday or
Saturday and art nme fin Naval
Orancea, IS rrtita pr doaen. to dot
on fr iU cnta.
Mr. Charlfa Krll and on and Kred
M. Kll. of Aurora, wero In Orvgon
J. Mor. of rortUnd. a la tbl
pt Noyr. of Moado brook, waa
n city WodDdy.
r Pl.rr, WrlcbL of LibrJ, M
pno City Tburday. .
Vu Cravaa and ooo. of Halilal.
tm la t h la Wutntatll.
Trad irhaf.r. of MoUlla. u Ib tkU
Wadnvaday and Tburaday.
fix lanvat fanev work lino and
jbanlaon'a allka at Ol C. Ely .
JWl Larson, of Shorwood. waa
jUila city on Tburaday on buatn.
rahr. of Tb Dallo. waa among
Orogoii Ot yUltori Wodnooday.
karlrt Polland. on of Iho farmor
Nw Era, was to thla ell Tburo-
rt William Jon. of Carua. waa
t tb Oregon City lltora Wed-
H. Varnon. of Molalla. a bualnra
I of that plaro, wa In Orogon Oty
William banlela. of Ikiarer Creok.
In thla city on bualne Tbur.
t morning. s
' lll pay you to D. 0. Ely
for purrhaalng toyg elwhr.
r May, of navr Crovk. ono
in w known farmvira of that
Y In tbla city Wodnoaday,
"la Ana A lid rodeo, who h boon
fl HI for the pant two wk. la
Monro rah. of Union Hall, wont
Portland. wtnai1av. whoro bo
'l lt hla daughter, Mr. iJiwronc
ranl'a Oalld and Iaughtr of
"otKidaronal rhurrh will arve hot
rwr: V(M)dmon HH. Saturday, B to
oly 2Bc. Ilaaaar In aftarnoon.
mr nd Mra. Jamoa Partlow. wno
r bei.n amending tholr honymoon
f Portland at the Hotel' Portland,
rjturnod to Orogon City.
Ixra fliam lin till boon f-
V'n f"r tb pat ton daya from
flilonlng In bor Angor, baa ro
BmHl hav -,ni. ih. Martin
Mri- A. J. Knlahl and bbr and bar
'r. Mra Ethol Fttrruson. of Can by.
I" m thla rltr Thurda on tboir
J to Pnrtl.i.4 k.r Ih.v will
Mn- J Hurrougha. of thla city, who
m Winn Varv III tnr evaral week.
r takan to Portland Wodnoaday a
ronn. whara ah will undergo a
and Mra. J. E. Vatrber, who loft
''fl invar, i . tnr lia An'
are now at Long Beach. Cal.,
w thoy wilt probably remain dur-
r in w ntor
Vny ?Ro will ba charged for aupper
Ufar avenln from K to 7:30, at
O0,rni,n Hall, by ladle of EplPl
"n. nacaar In afternoon.
"t lino of rura In Oregon City
Chrlatmaa alfta at D C. Ely'.
L Plntta nt thla ftlty. left tbli
for Pfuatin irtahn. where be
h ...i .f..i. ik. train run-
J between Pooatollo and LaOrand.
Mr Pint, -.in ramaln In that
DEMAND FOR SEED
. POTATOES STRONGER
Tharo I a Brmor ton for wwd pot
toa and ordor from tb aotilh aro
lurraaalng Callforula wanta at tbla
tlmo mnalai principally of American
Wonder for aeod Dealer are offer
ing a high a 11.35 Jer central for
the at Oregon country point. 1 lie
general prlre. however, range from
1.35 to 11.30 per cental
Buying of potatoea for Arliona ac
count la Incroaalng with perbapa only
on operator In the field for the bual-
ne.a r mat territory o ar mm vu
local trade I concerned. Itirchaaee
for thla account are being made from
&c to II per cental mllb tbo higher
nguro being generally paid for good
qimllty at country ehlpping point
No bualnea la at prevent paaalng In
fancy Oregon Hurbank. Ouo hlp
mont of thla claa of atock to tb
Han rranclaco market waa turned
down by th receiver, therefore tbo
trade rrfuao to take further chancoa
until tbora la an Improvement In the
sentiment In tbo Hay City.
Prevailing Oregon CUy price ar
DRIED TRUITS (Buying)
prune on bl of 14 pound for
HIDES (Buying) Oroon bldee.
5 to c: aitra. 5o to c; dry bid..
12c to ltc; abeep pelt. 2& to T5c
Hay, Qrln, Fd.
HAT (Buying) Timothy. $11 to
f 15: clover. II to ; oai nar. y
o 110: rolioa. i to in; -.
OAT8-(Buylng)-C.ray. I IT to
wheat. 128 w 2;
fihady Brook dairy food, 1115 per
FEEr(S!llng) Short. $17 to
m m r A haWWakal.
:; rolled barley. i.w.ov. i"-;;
barlor. I360: wholo corn. 137.
cracked com. $38; white. 2 w u.
bran $IT to $2S.
Butter, rourtry. ag-TWVn-
50 to $5.15.
BUTTER - (Buylni) - Ordinary
country batter, ibc v e. -
dairy. S0c; creamery, w
' nn ranrh e. 40 tO
Mr. J. T. ntigarald and children
vlalted friend In Halem on Saturday.
Mlaa Tllancho lllla, the popular
aalealady n Aden alore. pent the
wk end with MJra Jlatan, at Bt Hel
en. - r
Mr. and Mr (. K Uould left Mon
day morning on an eitendad vlalt with
Mr. (Jould parent, at Mlnneanolla.
Mary llrot-at rnim bum luat Wed
naday and apent the vacation wltb
her parent at Wllaonvlllo, arriving In
tlnia for tbo Thankaglvlng turkey.
Andy Haaaollirliik wore a beaming
ainlla when be boarded the car Wed-ii-dy
to apend Tbaukaglvlng with
friend In Portland.
Mr and Mr. Norrl Young onter
talned their linniedlato relative at a
very elaborate turkey dinner on the
feat day of the year.
If. I). Aden, our euterprlalng merch
ant, wtnt to the W City Saturday
to add to hi aplendld a took of good,
by making another big pircbaao of
Xlr. Itayborne, aon In law of Joe (Ira
ham, haa purrhaaed the old B'.lne
baiu:h plare, and ba tbo lumber on
the ground to erect a new dwelling.
1 ha new raleudar aent out by J.
W Th truton 4 Hon. of the Farmer
Hunk, aro aplmidld largo one, and will
aurely keep u all up-to-date for 1912.
Iter. Illahop I continuing the re
vival meetlnga which have been going
on for the paat two week, a tba at-
... . 6
contemplating giving a leap yar dauce
on New Year. Tby haven't aa yet
decided aa to tbo exact data of tbo
Highland grange met laat Saturday.
Tbo aloctlon of officer took placa,
which reaullod In practically all of th
old orrictiri retaining their old place
Tb K. O. T. M. held Ita regular
meeting Saturday. Much entbualaam
I being manlfcatod In tbo progrea of
the lodge now. Three new member
worn balloted on Saturday night, and
1$ new member were Initiated at tb
pravloua meeting. .
Henry Oroaamlllor, Will Mclntyrn
and Vernon Lurkln ar going to The
Dullea Saturday to p-nd a few week.
tiMi deep to bo dropped.
Mr. Kalkenhagen, of Kaatern Oro
gon, I vialtlug at the home of hla old
iX'lKblHir, A n tone Batalgla.
Mia (irabam and her two niece,
Roeet'a and Joaephlne, epent Tbank
giving at th borne of Mr. and Mra.
"Mr. and Mr W'atter ara 1ack In
Wllaonvllle and will be welcomed by
their many friend. Mr. Waltera la
rlerklng In Aden'a tor, and baa rent
ed the beautiful borne belonging to
Mr. and Mra. Frank Too pent
Thanksgiving day at tbo borne of Mr.
Too' brother. Superintendent Toozo
of Oreaon City.
Mr, and Mr. Frank Seely. of M'ial
la. a pent a few day laat week with
Sherman Seely, at th old farm and
were ahaklng hand with old time
Reed Graham kt three aboep on
Tueaday night, and I on tbo track of
aomo dog tba. ought to be brought to
A mo Silvey. who I blind, had an
added mlafortnna on Tueaday at noon,
w hen the houno which be occupied. :
wa burned to tb ground.
Mia Nettle Haaaelbrlnk. a popular
and beautiful WlUonvllle young lady.'
wa married Saturday evening. Doc. i
Ind. to Mr. Mallory, of Portland, at
the homo of 'ho brlde'a olater. Mr.
Jake Peter, th Rer. Blahop. cf the :
M. E. church, officiating. The wed
Mr. and Mra. Geo. Scbrelner
vlaltlng relative In Stllwood.
Mr. H. O. Joehnk baa gon .to
Marnhfleld to vlalt her aon Kdward,
who I an attorney at that place, until
Mr. and Mr. A. H Harvey enter
mined tueata from Mullno and port
land Tl anksgivipn
V. J. Meindl and family, of Port
land, a pent Tbanbaglvlng at Mountalu
Ah Farm. '
Mr. and Mra. Curtta Dndd enter
tained Thankaglvlng. JMr. Elaert and
family, of Portland, Mr. - and Mr.
Dodda. of Can by, and Mlaa Leial Mc
Donald. Bert Harvey ha accepted a poel
tlon In Oregon City.
Mr. Henry Schoer' parent, Mr.
-a4-M tm M yura. of M eilco, g re vlalt
Ing at the homo of Mr. Scbeor. '
Tb teacber and pupil are making
preparation for a Cbrlatmaa enter
tainment. Fred Oliver, of Greaham, waa a
gueat of Mr. and Mr. Geo. Laielle
Tb acbool entertainment wa a de
cided ucce laat Friday night. The
county acbool superintendent and one
of hla aid wero present and spoke of
the aweet girls and wise boy of the
present day and th advantage tbey
had for learning that the boys and
girl of th past did not have. J. R.
Colo contributed hi auctioneering
talent to selling th beautiful basket
which netted a enug little sum toward
the achool atbletlca. The Mlise
Nora and Ruth Herman responded to
enchore with musical number. The
orchestra wa composed of Mr. Rid
ing, orcan: Mr. Tom Riding, violin
Mr. ToHver, accordlan, and Profeaaor
Willie Dunton, cornet
Molalla people have got together
from .ho Adams" Corners to the pub
lic scalea and ar building a ne
eight foot sidewalk.
The young light stepping generation
gave Carry Herman's garage a foot
warming last Saturday night.
A stock of goods Is being placed In
the new toro of tbo glass front
the groom baa already prepared an
krtlatle bungalow, and will take wltb
them to their new homo In the Rooo
Cl'y the good wlahe of hoata of W11
onvlll friend, who extend congratu
lations and the wish that their path
way through life may b atrown with
W. J Wlrta lectured at Dover Sun
day morning and at Flrwood Sunday
a number of voung peopl were on- . , rnr..m. umuIii
tertalned at dinner Sunday evening by j M,a Gertrude and Alta Evans
Mra. W. F. Flacber. . 1 wora bono for Thanksgiving.
Gnstaf 8tuckl Is penaing a iw , , Wnrfe took a vocation
day at homo. ,u(j rlrlted relative and friend aev-
Glen Corey ba returnea irora dpo . , dyi week.
II. IS to
1160 per aack: parenlpe,
. .A. Inrn M XI. Za lO ...WW.
lV"o. on g.. Mc for 45 and
60c: beets, $1.60.
POTATOES Best buying 5c
l per hundred.
CNIONS-Oregon. $1 15 to $1.50
hundred; Australian, II par bund
niticir (L4v weight) d,-.
and 6H01 cow. 4H;
S 1 2o
PORTLAND GIRL IS
r Mlaa Kthel StaW,
of Portland, and Mr John .warV
wno naa v.. i-
". nlMMl WOd
tho court house. " ,t Ht
.v.ninc at o clock at
Paul'.' EPopal churct , Rev, C w.
rtor. nerforming me in
e A Ur and MTU.
the aaugnier w -
v . . n ii.nil and I a
Btaley, oi r""""' h brld.
esteemed young woman. TM
room, I a gradua or a
J,... mnA la a civil engineer aim
tractor of i'orii
mat at tne
Th' . and Mr. Harry 8. Moody
homo of Mr. and Mra. Harry
""r:T moaV Soyabl.
Mr. ana ,n)1
and Mr.. H-nry -.-.jv- Hn
Mr. E."j; and Mr.. W. R-
I4 A. aton-i u -
. . , . j. K. i;o o ana w- w. icvernarx pur-
Hit T" 'i PM ( ii bril. d bMwl " regteterod CoUw.ld
mediate relative of th bride and.
groom being In attendance. The ( " "
groom la well known In our village
and wa formerly tatlon agent ber I BARLOW,
until hi removal to Portland. In hi I
bualnea capacity hero, ho made many Mr and Mra. Henry Ollbortaon wero
warm friend, who admired him for shopping In Portland Saturday.
his sterling manhood and capable qual- Mlaa Lewie and Mlaa Anderson took
Iflratlona. Tho young con pie will Thanksgiving dinner with relatives In
make their home in Portland wnero Astoria, returning to neir acnooi sun-
Ferdlo and Freddie Ilodby. of Port
land, cam up for the dance In Aurora
Hattle Irwin and Mr. and Mra. Geo.
Zleglor wore guestavof Rudy Zim
merman s family Thanksgiving.
A number of our young people at
tended th ball at Aurora Wednea.1v
Mr and Mr. Penpel'a aon and wife.
of Palein. vlalted tbem over Thanka-
George Perg waa homo from Oregon
Agricultural College for Thanksgiving.
Tbo world wage on In Stafford about
Farmer have their work well In
band and when 1t ralna tbey let It
Mlaa Lydla Aernl Is bom for a
while, tho first tlmo In months to s'ay
long. She Intends to onter hlgb achool
In Kast Portland when tho February
term opens, and he baa laid up suf
ficient fund to carry bor far towards
a good education, demonstrating what
a girl can do If she mako up her
mind to do It
Mr. Nuasbaum'e finger I not' aa
painful a It ha bean. H now get
aomo aleep at night, but be till ha
bad looking finger. .
Will Hchatz bought a new feed cut
ter and William, Jr., tried It It seems
It wss not properly adjusted and the
bandlo Jerked out of hi band and hit
blm. which resulted In a very black
eye. It waa a close call to losing nia
Ight. Wo ar glad to say It la Im
Mr. Powell I be'ter, having bad a
sore throat Meaiames isemic ana
Baker aro both better, but not entirely
Mra. Aernl and Mr. Gobhardt made
a pleasant call on Mr, neu ter last
Tba Dclkar brother aro having
mor wood chopped to haul to town
next summer. They have given Geo
Sarrfn a conTact to cut 100 cord and
Guy Groa aa much mor and Mr
Aernl' nephew, late from Swltzer
land, ba taken 60 cords, all of which
will mako quite a clearing.
Mr. Delkar, Sr., haa not been very
Qua Gebhardt and hla oon, Harry,
and Fred Baker have beep working In
Dr. Reeae'a hop yard at Appledalo a
portion of the old Kruse farm, but
the rain Tuesday drove them home.
nrotxacted meetlna- ls being held
at the Baptist church tbla week, wltb
C. M. Gage. Mr. Cago'a aecond aon.
who baa been edgerman In a mill In
Coos county, and baa not been home
In nearly five years, started for homo
and mother Monday. Nov. 22nd, but
tbo bar waa so rough tbo boat lay
outslda all day Tuesday, but when It
finally arrived at Astoria ho decided
not to risk tbo boat ao took the cars
for Portland, first aendlng a dispatch
to all brothers and sisters he, could
reach, and John A- boarded hla car at
Houltoa. and they arrived at Tualatin
on the electric after' midnight and
walked home, four miles, after two
o'clock and not forgetting tbelr old
borlsh tricks, which aomo of their
schoolmates will remember, they
whistled with fingers In their moutba
and yelled their peculiar ear-aplittlng
calls when within a mile or ao of home.
awakening all the doga and people and
even the roosters. Some thought It a
panther; others, someone In distress,
and various surmises wore Indulged
In for a number of daya, until tho mys
tery waa explained. The next day
Arden, the eldest son. and Mra. Hoi
ton and husband came, making quite
a happy family, party although three
of their number were atill missing
Mra. 8 week and Henry, of Burns, Ore
gon, and Mra. Howard, of Ritxville,
Mr. Gary haa aent word the Teach
era' Institute will meet at tho Stat
ford acbool house Saturday. Dec Dtb,
and a big dinner wtll ba had In too
primary room. All aro expected to
turn out which we feel sure they will
do. The Institute 1. a great help to
anv community where they meet aa It
drawa teacher and parents nearer io-
rether and wo feel confident w nau
have aomo new thought to carry home
wltn n at the close.
Born, to tho wlfo of Walter Nuos
baum. of Stafford, a -pound girl De
cember 6th. Mother and baby doing
well under Dr. 1L 8. Mount', care.
tholr gucsta Mr and Mrs. Conor, of
gollwood, aa,- Mlaa Cook, of Portland.
On Tbankaglvtng evening a prayer
service waa hold at th Grace ChapoL
Oscar Freytag wa a Lodge caller
Kr. Daly, of O'ogon City. I plaster
ing Mr. Morse's now houro.
Mrs. l!4lfb Truscot entertained
The Circle Wednesday.
1 Mra Merrltt and son, Henry, of Port
land, aro visiting with Mra. Cbarlea
Tho enrproter have commenced to
build new bouse for Mr. Shook on
ber r.rrvg n Blsnton street
Mr. Reed, of Hubbard, baa been a
visitor at the home of Mr. and Mra.
Dave Hardy for the past week.
Henry Cnrmlchael won the diamond
ring which wa. given away with tb
boxea of candy at the Stover store
Mr. Ed. Roeth wa an Oregon City
Mr. and Mr. J. A. 8oebe, who hav
spent a year and a half at Newport,
have returned to Jennlng Lodge.
A telegram conveyed tbe sad new
of the passing away of Mra. Pbelpa,
of Phelps, Michigan. Mrs. Pbelpa wa
sister of W. A. Mack, who camped
at Langhlot on tbe bank of tho Wil
lamette at tbla place last summer.
Mra. PhcJp .pent the entire summer
hero and made many friends by ber
act of klndneea and charity.
Mr. and Mrs. Wra. Cook entertained
Measr. and Meadames Iaing. Card
and Hose, and the Misses Ollle and
Andry Rose last week. The evening
wa spent with carda and refresh
ment were served.
Miss Helen Pain ton ha been un
able to attend achool for aeveral daya
aa she ha been entertaining tbo I -a
Grlppo. ' T "TtJ
Mr. petzold, the popular Oregon
City Lflfcher, bought a number of cat
tle from thi place thla week.
Mr. and Mr. C. P. More pent their
Thankaglvlnjf at Jamh!ll with tho Jat-1
ter parents, Mr. and Mra. IMIL
A pleasant surprise party waa given
by ills Esther Heatbman for her par-
enta. Mr. and Mr. H. u Heatbman,
on the evening of December 2nd, at
their homo near Meldrum. Tho oo-
caslon being their thirtieth wedding
anniversary. About fifty were present
and th evening waa pleasantly spent
with cards, music and gamea. Re
freshment were served.
Mr. and Mra. Grant Lewis and Mis
Vera and Master Earl Lewla were
guests of Mr. and Mra. Lewla In Port
land ou Thanksgiving day, returning
home Saturday. a
Mr. and Mra. Conway and children
spent Thanksgiving with the latter'a
parents. Mr. and Mra. Da Shields, of
olftd a(at09ot&tiy oMbwflttastajni Lvawio 1
Carrta CtaKoaaua Cattt, Mary takaa
Batty. ftaMM a Wvter, OrrJt
Bcbr Stow, Jan Addaoaa, IS
Plagg Young, EnnaaJtav PankhorH,
Florence Nightingale, Clara Bartoa,
FJIzabotb Cady sUaaloa, Suaaa B.
Anthony, Uierotla fcUMt, Qaarg Eliot,
Elizabeth Browning. CMPftiotl
Bronte. Marguerite Fuller. Sarah Botbj
hardt Mra. Raymond RoblneV aVor.
Anna Howard Shaw and Mate. Oar.
It waa explained that tba Mat was
drawn wltb an ey to tho who h4
done th most-for women. Carrie Nav
tlon and Lady Tennessee Claflla. Coo
alao were suggested as entitled to a
0RE60.I CITY TO PLAY
FAST P03MD TEAJ1
Tbo Rose Ot y Park team of Port
land will play tho Oregon City team
at Canemah Park next 8unday. Out
of aoven gamea tbe local team haa
won aix, tied one and haa-not been
acorod on the present aeaaon.
Although not very well known in
amateur football circle the Rose City
eleven la a team to be reckoned with.
It la made up of some of tho beat
players of their weight In Portland.
Fitzgerald and Coleman were two of
Columbia University's crack tackles
and Dooley, quarter for the vtaitora,
baa played against the home team be
fore. Gale, left balf and captain of
Rose City Park, la also well known.
Thla team waa picked with the avow
ed Intention of lowering the color of
tbe local eleven.
Oregon City I somewhat handlcap
per"by tbe- tomt of lllatnarekr V Fro
man and P. Long, on account of In
juries, it la poMlble that on) or two
of these men will be able to take
part In 8nnday'a game.
Oregon City. Line np. Rose City.
Slier - Dodge
C. Freeman, JLoughason . . .Fitzgerald
Ward .7 Andy
l R- O.
Carol he -s (Capt).
ane and will visit hi parenta a. Fir-
Mra. Eva R. Hart and ramny apeni
Thanksgiving In Portland with tne
former', sister. Mr. Tom Kerby.
Jsmes Wolf, who la hanaung wooo.
at Eagle i:reeg, was viaiuu
A. Malar went to poniana ana As
Mr. and Mra. K. D. Han were in
Newberg and Portland to attend the
Oregon Dairyman'. Convention a few
day. thla week.
Mr.. W. Bosnoim, who ia iu u
pltal at rortland, I. reported to bo
Improving, and It la hoped that she
will aoon return homo.
Mr. Oithout's uncle and hla wire,
fiorr Iowa, aro visiting hlra.
CO Ttill ha. rented an 80-acre nop
yard a lllllsboro.
The Redland M. E. 8unday 8chool
1 a lk.lalnea anfof .
Is arranging ior a ,u. ......
talnment Saturday ovenma, v.
We have been asked to announce that
,ny pa!ent. whether In or out of Sun
L.t.,i who exoect their children
tn attend and participate in tho usual property. It 1.
tres may give their contribution to will move Into th
the Superlntenaent. u. u; "-;
worth, or E. N. Mroc. .o..v.
will be appointed. Do not contribute
unless you expect to be present or
represented. All money must be paid
In by Dec 15th.
Tho rork crusner wa
a l . a. aW Aaa aitntiinl Af
day and baa to lay on u
Mis Jones, teacner or mo nr
school, will give a Shadow social Fri
day night for tho benefit of tho achool.
Jiistlre Samson Is expected to help.
Dr. Chase, of 8llverton, waa In Red
land last week.
Mra Eva Oldham and family went
to St. John, to spend Thanksgiving
with her parent., Mr. and Mr. Child-
The recital given by Mlaa Hilda
Brant at tho Congregational church
Friday evening of laat week, waa of
pleaaing Interest,,' Miss Brant's aeloc
tlona wero choice and finely rendered
to an appreciative audience. Mualc
furnished by local talent rounded out
a good program. Mra. Howell sang,
"Face to Face:" Rev. J. L Joneo,
John Howell and Mra. Howell gave a
spirited rendering of the Welsh nation.
al hymn. Miss Margaret Jonea waa
accompanist The proceeds netted
$10.80, one half of which Miss Brant
klndlv donated to tho LAdlea Aid.
Arthur Mather, who la a atudent lu
the Oregon Agricultural College, wa.
at homo over Thanksgiving.
MY. Rellly ha. sold hi residence
understood that he
e 8troet house for
Pfui.. wattle Gasktll ha.
,m iraatern Oregon, where .be had
Jack 'Frost waa a nightly visitor
. We aro glad to hear that Mlsa Zol
ma Cummin, la convalescing so rap.
Idly under tho care of Dr. Mount
Goo. Sagar ! homo from tho log
ging camp again.
Kugeno Cummlna haa closed hla
mill for tha winter.
The danco In the grange ball
Thanksgiving eve was a auccea. both
financially and .oclally. There waa a
large crowd In attendance. Some of
tho young ladle, of tho grange are
Phlllln Arnold and bis brotner, re
cently from tho Eaat, left for BlacK
Diamond Tuesday evening, expecting
to vet work In the mines In that
event th parent, of Mr. and Mrs
Arnold will loin thorn.
Mr. and Mr.. John Howell and Mra.
John Davis, mother, of Mra. Howell,
reft Saturday evening for Black Dia
mond. Washington. .
The florist Mr. Lwrence, haa
bought the Wllnon property, near tho
rrana-o hall. Mr. Lawrence 1 asso
ciated with Mr. Herbert, who Uvea In
tho house near tha greenhouses, and
which waa formerly occupied by
Charlo. T. 8treet .
The dance given by tho granger.
at the hall Thanksgiving ov waa
nleasant affair and well conducted. Aa
tbe ball haa passed Into the handa of
W. F. Haberlach thla la the last dance
given under the auplce of th grang
Th Todies' Aid Of the Congrega
tional church, will hold the annual
baxaar Friday, December 15, at th
rrana-e hall. Tho aale wll etart at
10:30 and continue through tbo day
Chicken dinner will be aerved at noon,
and lunch In tho afternoon and oven
In All orlcoa will be reaaonanie.
There will be preaching aervlce at
th Conareaatlonal church at 11 a. m
Sunday, at the Methodist church at
T:80. 8unday achool. League and En
deavor aervlce. In each church as us
Th young folk report a good time
and attendance at tbelr Thanksgiving
Potato buyera are around again try
ing to get bargains.
Carl Klrchem haa gone to Bouth
Junction. Wasco county, on a visit
Mrs. Tunle Hughe, of Redland. will
write up Dairy statistics of Clackamas
County for th State Dairy Associa
tion which meeta thla week In Portland.
W. P. Klrchem 1 In attendance at
the State Dairy Convention in Pprt-
Mr. Taehonp is contemplating trad-
ng hla farm here for ono on Columbia
Wo regret to announce the death ot
Mra. Jane Hammer, of Eureka, Cai
She waa born and raised here, her
maiden name being Potter.
Flftv-flve wore In attendance at
Orange Saturday bealdea vlsttora. A
busy day waa spent; new otftcora elect
ed and program ronaerea. Master, yj
A. Kohl: secretary. Ulaay. sioper;
lecturer. Mra. Klrchem: overseer, A.
Sloper: treasurer, F. P. Wilson
steward. F. Kohl: assistant, Ar.nur
Funk: chaplain. Mr. H- 8. Anderaon;
K A. 8.. Lllllo Anderson; the court
ladle, were. Helen Tracy. Irma Hau
ler and Iva Gerber; Q. K-. Geo, Tracy
Evorvbodv come to the entertain
ment and basket social Saturday, De
cember 18. at the hall, given by tho
young people and Women a WorE com
mittee. Good music ana gooo mo.
Ono more warning: Whoever the
owner or tne poor om wuim uui
may be better care for him aa bis
name will be aent to the proper of
ficial, a. aoon as learned, ao says the
Woman'a Work Committee.
Improvements still go on In Mountain
F. M. Darling haa cut down tbe
large oak tree In tbe yard and la put
ting np a green house there.
Mr. Haakel la building a new work
abop on hla premlsea.
O. W. Griffin Is putting mor 1m
provementa on bla house. -
O. A. Vanhoy and aon, Claude, are
working In Jennings Lodge thla week
where each haa an acre of ground
to clear, and will alao build a house.
8. V. Gibba and wife went to Mil-
waukle laat week wnere they have a
Mra. Retta Seabolt and baby of Mt
Tabor were visiting Mlaa Ella Dar
ling last weekk.
Mr. and Mra. 8 pears of Prlneville
were visiting tbelr daughter, Mra. J.
E. Call van laat week.
Charlie Barto who went to Wash
ington hut September, la here again.
Will GUIett returned to Walla Wal
la Monday after visiting with relativea
here one week.
Tho bible atudy class met at the
home of Mra. 8 wan son laat week with
eight ladies present and next week
tbey win meet at the home of Mr. A.
Robert Allison of Sherwood came to
town to apend Thanksgiving with hla
Tbe whooping cough la In tbla berg
again thla falL
There 1 still some sickness la thl
W. Freeman .
' u tV
. Gale (Capt.)
. . . . Campbell '
BIBLE CLASS TO MAKE
POOR HAPPY XIIAS
The Friendly Bible , Claaa of the
Presbyterian church met la the church -parlors
Wednesday evening: and ar
rangementa were made for waking
preaenta to the poor of the city Cbrlat
maa. It waa decided that each mwm
ber of the claaaea of the Bun day
school belonging to the club bring a
parcel containing; grocer!, clothing.
or something elae useful The mem
bers are enthusiaatlc la their desire
to make present, to the poor.
Four applicanta were made mem
bers and there were about twenty
five members In attendance.
J. 1 Ott'a children have had severe
colds and aore throats.
Mra. Maggie Curran haa a severe cold
and aymptoma of pneumonia. Mra.
Nora Carrico la taking care of her.
G. F. Glbbe went to Salem laat week
to apend Thankaglvlng with his son
Wm. Beard and wire had a ramny
reunion Thanksalvlng. Their aona
and daughter and famlllea were all !
R. Petxold fa having a windmill put 1
up at hla alaugbter yard near Molalla
avenue and Warner atroet J. Lewel
lea and A. Mauta are doing the car
pen ter work. ' 1
Fred Lindau and family, of Clark ea,
visited with E. W. Hornacbuh and fam
ily last Sunday.
20 GREATEST WOMEN
CHICAGO, Dec. T. Illinois women,
membera of the State Equal Rigbta
Association, today announced a Hat of
"the world's twenty greatest women,
which they offer to compare with llsta
E. W. SMITH REPt-IE.
To tbe Editor: I beg to challenge
I the etatement made by Dr. Beatle at
tbe luncheon of tne uv wires on
Tueaday and I am willing to certify
on oath that the Oregon Commission
Company refused at two different
times to purchase straw from me,
once Just before harvest with the
result that I have last year's straw,
aa well aa thla year'e atlU In my harts.
10. W. SMITH,
Twin Walnut Farm.
Thla la The Boot Flour Obtaln-
Lay In Your Winter Supply of
Grain, Food and Koireci
11TH AND MAIN .
Thankslcvtng day brought about a
number of family reunions and din
ner at thl place.
Mr. and Mr.. U Wilcox are enjoy
ing the company or tneir naugnier,
Mrs. Holdon, husband and children, of
Mr. and Mra. R. F. Stover'a dinner
guesta numbered nineteen. Out of town
guests being Mra. jaconson ana mre.
mm from Newport: MT. and Mra.
Ouerither, of Burlington, and Mr. and
Mra. Stover, from Laiuoreiie.
Mr. and Mra. Roberts had aa their
guests the member, of tho H. C. Pnln
ton family. George Morse. Mlasea Ma
bel Morse, Carrie Scripture and W.
Mr. and Mra. A. C. MacFmrlanea
guests number air. among them being
Mrs. Rled and MIsv Doris, of New
York, who will remain until otter tha
Ten of their Portland friends en
circled the dinner table at the H. H.
a-mmnna home November 30th.
Mr. and Mra. Bhenofield enjoyed '.ho
company of tholr grandaon. Wgllle
oh.n.fleld and wife, of Portland, and
u-. rmuxF nf rrbltlam. Oregon, at
htr nnma on Thankaglvlng Day.
Mr. and Mr.. William Cook bad aa
t.. .... u. ''z;:7:X
baths, cost no mor than you would pay to live , ai J
boteU Room, can be had from 75 cent, to P r da, Meat.
cafeteria are aerved from ZO coma up - -
Batba range from w coul. . ..--
'usual grtll prices
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Hot Lake Mineral Baths
and mud given under scien
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slbl a It I. located direct
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