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SATURDAY, MARCH 23. 1S21.
Springtime A ctivities in Suburban Districts Show Unflagging Optimism and Progres
THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, OREGON
OSWEGO CLUB TO
GIVE A 55 PRIZE
FOR BEST NAME
Another well attended meeting of
the new Oswego district organization
to boost for the 1925 fair was held
in the Oswego city hall Thursday
night. A set of bylaws waa adopted
and it was decided to sell a lapel but
ton with the words "Oswego 1925"
and to meet every Friday night" at
the Oswego city halL The naming
of the organization was deferred
until "next Friday that the school
children of Oswego," Lake Grove,
Sprlngbrook and Hazelia may sub
mit names, there being a $5 prize for
the one adopted. The names must
be in the hands of the secretary, E.
B. Hall of Oswego, by next Wednes
day evening. Everybody i invited
to enter a. name. President Sydney
B. Vincent, of Goodin was in the
chair and- the attendance included
representatives of every district in
the Lake Grove watershed.
The March "program of the Oswego
Community Singing club and Its chorus
of "23 voices will be, given next Thursday
evening at I o'clock. The program Is.as
follows : , Ladies' chorus, "Spring Song,"
accompanied ' by . violins ; community
singing of. favorite Irish songs. Mrs.
Duncan Christiansen is director and L.
L. Woodard accompanist and bass, as
sisted by Dr. Klwood R. Faxon. Walter
Repass and Duncan Christiansen Jr..
violins; Mrs. Klwood B. Faxon, soprano;
George Wilson,' baritone. Refreshments
will be served and a silver offering taken
for the purpose - of printing-community
song sheets and purchasing music.
The Oswego Grammar school ball
team played the Willamette boys at
Willamette Friday afternoon. The game
was called because of rain in the third
with the score 10 to 3 In favor of Os
wego. The Clackamas County Grammar
School league, which has offered a cup
trophy, ia divided into five districts with
three , schools in each district. After
playing each of the teams in their re-J
spective districts the winners play off
the finals for the cup. The Oswego
teanv which plays a fine, game of ball.
lam Wesslinari Carton Kawtman, Mason
Worthlngton, Norman Hawk. Ralph
Haines. Jimmy Brandt.' Martin Johnson
and Clarence Headrick. ;
Several friends of Mrs. A. King Wil
son from Portland enjoyed dinner .and
a pleasant evening Wednesday.
Mrs. Hattle Heninger is visiting with
her Bister, Mrs. S. E. Prosser,
The Misses Wesley of Portland spent
the week-end with the Misses Mary and
Lillian Blckner at the Bickner home in
Mlsslva Stanley of Portland is the
ruest of Mrs. A. C. Good. Mrs. Good's
father. Mr. Morrison of Dallas, spent a
few days. with his daughter last week.
Miss Katharine Johnson became the
bride of Leonard Anderson 1 March 19.
The young people will make Oswego
Jthelr future home. - . , .'
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bagby of Kla
math Falls spent Tuesday with Mr.
Uacby'a sister, Mrs. P. It Jarisch. ;
Mrs. John Wanker, sister-in-law of
Ed Wanker, died after a lingering ni
nes and was burled from her home In
Cottage Grove last Monday.. Mr. and
. Mrs. Ed Wanker and Mr. and Mrs.
William Schatz went south to the1
funeral. . .
The Heppell Shlpleys are moving from
the James home and will occupy their
new bungalow on Fifth street. j
Mrs. Sarah Bennett, whose nome' is In
Wlllamlna. Or., , was the guest of .Mrs;
Joe Blckner Jr. Tuesday last. ,
Little Mary Cypher, the 11-year-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cypher
of Hillsboro, was burfed on Thursday
from, the family home. The child was a
niece of Mrs. P. H. Jarisch. Mr. and
Mrs. Jarisch. Mrs. Charles Bickner and
Miss Leona Jarisch attended the funeral.
Mrs. George Ballff (nee Edna Elston)
is down from Seattle and will visit some
time with her sister, Mrs. Carl Williams.
Miss Willa Jones of Cladstone was a
week-end guest of Miss'Iva Brandt.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald James,, who have
been living for some time in Eastern
Oregon, have returned and will occupy
. their former home on Sixth and D.
Miss Mary: Wilson spent several days
during the week with her cousin, Miss
Isellle Jefferson, at Salem., Or. .
A number of friends of Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Bickner were pleasantly enter-
lainea ruesaay evening at tneir nome
in Fourth streets Card playing, dancing,
muBtc and a tempting supper made the
evening one long to be remembered by
those present. Mr. and Mrs. Paul C.
Harbauch and A. G, Harbaugh of Port
land, Mr. and, Mrs. Lewis C Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Rosentreter, Mrs. E.
A.' Robinson. Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Merrick,
Edward Dryer. E. G. Zeller and th
hosts.' ; .-, ."-.
Mrs. Ida T. Desmond and her father,
Captain Howard, have moved to Port
land, where they will make their home
v ith Mrs. Desmond's daughter.
Miss Lauretta 1. r Sheehan. local
guardian of the Camp Fire Girls,
chaperoned several girls last Thursday
evening, who went in to the Central
library to hear a lecture by Miss Edith
utrapuiurne oi iew lorn, wno is Ileia
secretary of the National Camp Fire.
Miss Kempthorne is on the Coast to
organise Camp Fire guardians. .
The Campfire girls ; are hard at
work on an operetta, "The Princess of
lNppyland," which will be given the
latter part of April. The proceeds are
to be used for membership fees and cos
tumes.- - . .
Friflay night the Camp Fire girls met
in the women e clubroom. They sewed.
visited and had refreshments.. The com
mittee In charge were Katharine Wens
ling:, Ora ' Primm, Lois Headrick and
Marian weidman. .
A tea was given by "the Dorcas ladies
- of the Congregational church in the
church parlors. A large number was
present 31 being served. - The enter
tainment. consisting of music and games.
AT A SAVING OF 7f EARLY.
Made possible by er
1, oration eat of the
KIcb Reat District -
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was thoroughly enjoyed. - A delicious
lurch was served. ;
"SkxXtr - services at i Congregational
church will include special music by
choir, assisted by some of the Com
munity Singing club members. An
Easter message will be given by the
Rev. S. E. Long. Services at 7 :30 p. m.
Sunday, school 11 a.m.
Organization as the - King's Herald's
band - was. affected recently under the
direction of Mrs. F. R. Sanders. Mrs.
Sanders will "act as superintendent. - Of
ficers elected are S Amy Biachy, presi
dent ; Bessie Greenwell, vice president ;
Merrill '. Skinner, j secretary ; Harriet
Sanders," treasurer ; Ht'en Sanders, liter
ary secretary, and Jack Wilson, mem
bership secretary. 3 ' ( '.
Proceeds-from the entertainment given
by the Woodstock school baseball team
in the echool building, March 15, will be
used to purchase new uniforms for-the
To be ready for 'calls the truck of the
Woodstock Volunteer Fire company has
been moved from the old station to the
Woodstock garage.' The telephone num
ber of the garage' is Sellwood 3333.
The Woodstock Juniors of Woodstock
Methodist Episcopal church held their
regular business i meeting Wednesday
afternoon at the home . of Mrs. Vlda
Smith, 6522 Forty-first street S. E.
- Great interest is being shown in the
special meetings being held in the Meth
odist Episcopal church. The attendance
Is large each night.
' Tha, W;?C. :T U. 'is planning to hold
a bazaar In the church in the near future.
G. Gorsuch has moved his family to
Woodstock from Los Angeles, Cal. They
are living at ! 6929 Fifty-second street
southeast.: Gorsuch .has gone to Wyom
ing on business. - J : : ; t j
R. N. Davis of 6914 Forty-eighth street,
who has been very low at a hospital in
Milwaukie. is reported as improving.
Woodstock : Rebels played Arleta
Wednesday afternoon. The score was
32 to 10 in favor of Woodstock. '
The Parent-Teacher association gave a
masquerade dance, at the school Friday
evening. " ' !
Eugene Smith, who has been ill with
rheumatism, is improving..
P. Wagner, owner of the building oc
cupied, by the Liberty store, is having
some repairs made. He is going to have
some windows placed in the front.
Woodstock junior basketball team beat
Hosford team. March 16. by a score of
30 to 25. On March 23, Hosford beat
Woodstock, 25 to 12.
Mclrvin Fike has gone to Bridal Veil
to work. s ' : i
W. Imholz, who: was seriously Injured
a few weeks ago,"; is able to be around
again. .. .; '-:.,'
Woodstock school baseball team beat
Richmond school, Tuesday, by a score of
13 to 4. .-; . : ? ,
- The Ladies' Aid society met with Mrs.
Vlda Smith. 5522, Forty-fourth street
southeast, Wednesday afternoon.
Miss Dorothy Rasmussen, assisted by
Miss Elizabeth Hoben, will give a musi
cal program at Jennings iLodge station
Monday : night. : The Elde Front hau
will be used for the performance. Miss
Rasmussen will render several vocal se
lections and will be accompanied by
Miss Hoben, pianist. :
Girl lscapes Custody; Marries
Lewiuton, Idaho, ; March 26. - Mary
Evans. St. Anthony Industrial school
girl, who appeared as a witness against
Matt Dowd, garage owner, charged with
crimes against the Evans girl and Inez
Piatt, both minors, escaped custody and,
with her parents' consent, married Ste
phen Holverson. The father admitted lfc
aided her to escape, and Is being held.
DR. B. A. BEDYNEK
EYE AND EYEGLASS CARE
. COSSULTATIOX FHEE
M8- Plttoek Block 1 Bdwr. 4Sst
MAGGIE Jiggs, how about all that "Washing this
' week? ! f , ' , , . . 1 -
JIGGS Have , a heart,, Maggie, I'll call the NEW i
; SYSTEM WET WASH. They do all the clothes j
clean and white at a price less than. we cah do it !
; ourselves. .' -
15 Pound 75c Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday t
15 Pounds65c Thursday, Fridayi Saturday
. New Sy stem V ei Wash
507 EAST FLANDERS .. .. S ... EAST ES3.
center of busy
of Eastern Multnomah county metropolis
Caster services began at the ses
sion Friday night of, the Multnomah,
Station Presbyterian church with Dr.
Hays as leader of a - preparatory
meeting. A session meeting followed
and a number of new members were
received. ; Sunday the- sacrament of
the Lord's supper at 11 a, m. will
be . followed by the sermon by Rev.
D. S. Sharp, pastor.' A. Norsell and
Mrs. W.'B. Dunn will sing solos. The
Easter program will be held in the
evening.' ;v" - " I
An annual meeting of the Presbyi
terian church congregation will be held
at Multnomah Tuesday evening at which
time reports from officers and com-4
mittees will be received ' and business
matters of various nature considered, t
CHCECH PLA3VS BEAST . .
, The architect's plans for the new
Presbyterian church will be submitted to
the building committee in a few days,
after which bids will be received. ? The
church will be I of the buqgalow type
and will cost in the neighborhood of
$10,000. , It was hoped to break ground
by Easter, but the delay will not be for
long. The site is on the Capitol highway
and faces southward, giving a beautiful
view of the country. " -. . r ; ;
Rev. D. S. Sharp of Multnomah Pres
byterian church has been holding serv
ices in Maple wood every two weeks. It
Is expected that there will soon be a
congregation ' organized. A - Sunday
school will be organized after , Easter
services Sunday. . ; "
BOY SCOUTS BUSY ;
The Boy Scout work in the vicinity of
Multnomah has taken on : organization
with Dr. Lief Underdahl as scoutmaster
and Frank Juhnke assistant. The patrol
will attend church Friday night , in a
body. . -; - .. : .
There is not much satisfaction ex
pressed with the building of another
portable school room. It is an "addition
to inadequacy, as one pupil expressed
it. The 125 children attending the
school are all housed in portables
grouped together in the most undesirable
corner of the large school block. r
It is known that over 55 children ad
ditional will apply for tuition next fall
and winter, with others who. may move
it.. The commercial club of .Multnomah
has appointed a committee to see if a
real school house cannot be obtained.
It is headed by Rev. David S. Sharp,
With whom ' are associated Mrs. X.
' Gertrude Casimir '
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BABIES' PHOTOS A SPECIALTY
3511 Washington St.
MAJESTIC THEATRE BLDG.
. Phon Main 4689 ; ,
Burke, Dr L. Underdahl, C W. Kemp,
Q. S. Swenson and R. Musser. ;
IMPKOTEMETTTS MADE t ;
'A. C Kepster is putting up a new
shop on the highway for summer trade.
J. C. Ffeifer has opened a barber shop
in Mutnomah Station, with all modern
appliances and accessories, just like
town. , - . - -
. ?he ' American Legion dance . for Sat
urday : night, March. 26,. is . expected to
be a record for attendance. The Ma
sonic hall is not large enough to accom
modate the people at the social affairs.
1 1 Ai effort is to be made to organize
an auxiliary on the , regular - meeting
night of the American Legion in Mult
nomah Station, which will be April 20.
Every lady eligible is requested to make
this a special date, as every one is
necessary in order , to enable the organ
ization to be effected.
Much Interest at Parkrose - centers
about the completion of the' new school
gymnasium, a frame structure 50 by 80
feet, on the west end of the school
grounds. .' " - ; - ' '. ,
Much building is going on In - Park
rose. Everywhere one sees houses in
all stages of construction. Among the
new buildings recently started is the
plumbing : and general repair shop of
J. H. Peterson, on Sandy road.
Mr. Invardson, in Skidmore street, has
made excavation for a new home. Dr.
E. E. Chase is having a residence built
at Shepherd and Brainard streets. Will
Nelson, a policeman of Portland, has a
new home under construction In Rocky
avenue, near Sandy road.- - .
The monthly meeting of the Woman's
Missionary society of . Parkrose church
was held Wednesday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. J. Stephen. In the serving
of refreshments, Mrs. Stephen was - as
sisted by Mrs. I S. Logan.
Mrs. E. C. Grant left Tuesday for
Tacoma, where she will spend a few
weeks visiting her. parents and other
Friends are extending sympathy to
the G. W. Robinson family over the
recent death of their baby , daughter,
: , Easter Sunday services at the Park
rose church are announced as follows :
Morning worship at 11 a. jn., including
sermon by Rev.. P. D. llolf man, com
munion service, reception of new mem
bers and baptism of infants. Evening
service, "A Panorama and Song Service
of Many a Man."
WET WASH, DRV WASH, ROUGH DRY
. AND FINISH .
, PHONK US DRIVER WILL CALL
Dr. C. C. Edgar, Mgr.
Crown and Brtdee Work a SpKlalty.
- Free ExamlnaUon Pwsonsl 'Swvioe.
OPEN EVENINGS. ; ;
Eastern Dental Parlors
; CORNER FIFTH : AND. MORRISON 8TS.
Phone East 7475
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6CREENS MADE TO ORDER
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AUTOMATIO SI 7-37. .
WOMAN IS BORNEO
BY EXPLOSION OF
TRASH IN STOVE
While Mrs. M. J. Tiller, proprietress
of the Tiller hotel in Troutdale, was
sweeping ' up trash and burning it
in ' the stove, some of it exploded
and burned her severely about the
face and hands. It Is supposed that
In the dust swept up were some par
ticles of gunpowder that may have
been spilled while her sons were,
loading shotgun shells. Prompt ac
tion on the part of her son, Axtul
Tiller, and others, saved the . house
from . fire. .',-. . - - - " . i.. .
'Bert Edmundson is visiting home
folks 'for a few days and expects to
return to mill work fn Timner Valley,
The ; funeral of Frank Drury, , who
recently died In Salem, was held Thurs
day in Portland at the Kinley chapel.
His widow and family reside in Trout
dale. Odin Anderson and wife have de
parted for their home in Monmouth,
where they will reside. They spent
several weeks visiting friends and rela
tives in Troutdale. ' !
Hardy Cook 4f Spokane, Wash., Is
assisting J. L. Cook in the garage of
the latter in Troutdale, and both are
preparing for the tourist trade along
the Columbia river highway.
Harold Lumsden of Portland visited
friends in Troutdale recently and had
hopes of catching some smelt, but was
disappointed. . v :
Newell Fancher, son of Mr. "and Mrs.
C G. Fancher, is reported ill ; with
diphtheria in Troutdale.
: Old fishermen declare that smelt will
not come into the Sandy as long as the
Columbia river is so high. Troutdale
residents were all prepared to extend
a hearty ; welcome to, fishermen who
would come for 75- miles around, but
they - have , about given . up . the t smelt
for this season,
T. ; W. Smith has - moved i his family
to the recently acquired Partello place.
Joe Gould has moved into the Hesselln
house in Troutdale recently .vacated by
T. W. Smith.-
Metasho Fugishima, one of the pros
perous tenants on the Sun Dial ranch
near Troutdale, has returned from a
visit to Japan. i "
Last Sunday services were held by
Rev. Earl Cotton and Rev. A- S. Hisley,
and in the evening communion was
administered. Morning and evening
services were largely attended. Mrs. In-
galla of Fairview spoke to the children
on : Palm Sunday.
Lee Evans has returned from a short
business trip to The Dalles made this
week. ' ;r; ;.. v i
Mrs. A. D. Kendall is visiting friends
in Seattle. .-n.-.. i
The 'Eastern Star chapter of Trout
dale is planning a social Friday evening.
April 1, to be featured as a "Juvenile
party" with all attending toj be dressed
as children. - - i ' i
Mrs. L. ; A. Harlow entertained at her
Troutdale home this week Mrs. N. G.
Shipley of Salem and Mrs. Joseph Bev
eridge of f Portland. .
Rev. A. S. Hlsey of Gresham had a
large audience Monday evening at the
M. K. church in Troutdale to view the
Passion Play slides taken some years
ago at Oberammergau, Germany.
Butte grange of Tigard held a well
attended meeting Thursday i with State
Master C. E. S pence in attendance Din
ner was Berved at-noon.
Easter services in Tigard at the Meth
odist Episcopal church will be held at
Tunnci Erne cnrrrD
WITH EYE TROUBLES
WHO ATTRIBUTE THE CAU8E TO
: SOMETHINO ELSE.
- Headaches, Nervousness
Floating Spots Before
-..-.the Eyes, r
All th a bore am reeosnixed by medical ex
perts as beinc ciwed directly by .
defect, of the Eye. i
I have had a wM experience In OTercomtnc
these troubles with rlanes. Aundreds in our
city and Ticinity will testify to my ability
i ' to do SO. ! - ,
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A. E. HURWITZ
225 FIRST ST. .
. PHOSE MAIS 41
Glasses Fitted at a 8a via Ef
Satlafaetloa Osarasteed - t
Dickson Drug Co.
Pi j lotions. Kodaks, Phoooaraohs - '
E. SOth St. at Stark
Homemade Bread asd Faatry '
Frnlt asd Candle reaehea Served
FhoBO Woodlawa 66S. r
Corner KHHessworts aad Borth wlck
Braaca Bakerjrt ,827 MUalsalppl Ave.
, N. L. Huxley, .Prop. ' -
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HAWTHORNE VULCANIZES WORKS
L. KA8SKBAUM. Proprtotar.
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Aoodyoar Serrlc Station..
Auto Tire Repalrlrtf af Tsry . DetwrlptloA.
. Tatephane East 860.
We SaU AH auarantasd TIRES aod TUBES.
11 a. nw following the . Sunday school,
the Rev. R. C Touns. In charge. ,
A mass meeting: or citizens of Tigard
and Ticinity has been called for Tuesday
to consider the Treee-TiRard road, which
is so faronly a new . line on the map.
A dance at the Densern & Combs ball
is set for tonight.
-. J." W. Hough has found the rainy
weather is holding back the promised
visits of a number of parties Interested
In email tracts for garden homes, but
la awa King sunshine with a firm faith.
His office as justice of the peace is not
rushing him with business, - either, but
he has hopes of some wedding fees, and
perhaps a steeder or . two may liven
things up. . ,."- ; ' .
William Evans, cashier of the -First
Bank of Tigard, has made the Institu
tion- more and more of an attraction to
the residents of the town , and farmers
in the vicinity than was expected when
started a little over, a year ago. He Is
winning s them . overi' to more modern
methods of doing business and is able
to advise them concerning matters of
business . and Iron out small financial
difficulties In a manner that , amazes
them. " " " : .. ;. ' ". -'.:v' -
Mr a. F. R. Burtch is' expecting to
move her postofflce into the new build
ing, now nearing completion, as soon as
the plaster dries. ' i
Densem & Combs have : almost com
pleted the alterations and enlargement
of their store building, which has- in
creased the space devoted to the store
by over three times. . t t
E. A. Johnson, manager of the TigardM
Lumoer company, has recently reeeivea
three carloads of lumber from Bridal
Veil adapted to meet the demands for
small outbuildings. : He and his men are
too busy to even start to move the yard
to a larger and better location.
The Bonateele garage has recently dis
posed of several new. automobiles.
Death Mourned by-
Many Oregon People
William A. Townsend
Many people of Fairview and through
out the state will learn with regret of
the death March 21 at Condon of Will
iam A. Townsend, in - bis eighty-third
year. He was a pioneer of 1848 and
was born in Atlanta, Ga., June 25, 1838.
His parents crossed the , plains in 1846,
first settling in Marion county. Al
though but 8 years of age, he remem
bered many of the incidents, trials and
hardships of the Journey of over IS
months. ' William A. Townsend was one
of the early students at the Willamette
university of Salem. He was married
June 7, 1866, to Miss Josephine M. Blize,
who survives him. One son, John M.
Townsend, and three grandchildren, W.
Earl Townsend, Josephine Townsend and
Mrs. Eva Stone. . -
A sister is Mrs. ROBa. E, Garrett of
Wenatchee, wash. ' Tneae - are three
great grandchildren, Robert. John and
Alice Stone, all of Fairview. William
A. Townsend was a charter member of
the Smith Memorial Presbyterian church
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of Fairview, organized in 1890C and it
was here that funeral services were held
Thursday, March 24. Dr. E. Benson, pas
tor, officiating, attended by a large num
ber of old friends. Mr.Townsend had
resided in Fairview and the vicinity of
Portland for over 30 years when he
removed to Condon in May, 1921.
The Franklin high school baseball team
has been practicing hard during the past
few weeks preparing for the games
which will -pe played soon. : i
The churches In the Mount Scott dis
trict will ha v. appropriate services for
Easter Sunday. , . - ,
Lester Duer, son of Mr. and Mrs. O.
Duer ; of - Flrland, died last Thursday
after a short Illness of measles. He was
well known in the Kirl&nd district and
will be Tniased by many. - . ,
The I Lents grange held the largest
meeting of any in the past year . last
Saturday. - , Dinner was ' served to over
200 people and degree work was given
both in the morning and afternoon. -
The son of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Burns
of . Lenta died , recently In Fairbanks.
Alaska. ' . The sad news arrived here
several days ago.
The churches of the Arleta district
held a union meeting Friday, at 8 p. m..
at the Kern Park Christian church.
The Mount Scott W. C. T. U. met with
Mrs. Sidney Hamilton; 6623 Ninety-third
street, last Tuesday ' afternoon. Many
T. Brooks, owner of the Lents Mercan
tile company, has sold his store to Mr.
Miller Of Portland.
The Lents school was closed last week
to repair the drainage system In the
basement. The Lents Parent-Teacher
association did not meet last Friday on
this account. ' - '
A. Sweet.' a well known resident of
the Lents district, died - at the Good
Samaritan hospital last Monday, He re
sided on 5S acres.
The mother of J. E. Updike of Lents
is preparing -to return to Chehalis after
a long visit here.' .
Mrs. C. Thresher of 6308 Nlnty-ninth
street was called to Kirkland, Wash.,
recently as the result of the serious sick
ness of her mother, Mrs. K. Jaggar.
C. Kinney of Foster road has moved
to a ranch about 275 miles - south of
here, where he expects to do a little
Talk No. 0
L. H. SAMMONS, Proprietor
1XT' miTlniia to akA lh Tnnrdon nf
the family wash out of your hands, if
you just give us ose iriai ana you
i will note how beautifully clean, how
i carefully we take care of the work,
how reasonable our charges are. and
then eonsider the convenience of elim
inating Wash Day la Tor Home.
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fl have made a study of the duties of
the hoisewife for years to try and
save them the worry and hard labor'
' of doing the washing at home.
have therefore developed four differ
ent kinds of laundry at four different
A Hleta. Class. Fislsbed asd Ready,
to-Wear berrie that Is almost per-
. feet. . .
' Resrh Pry, Alt Flat Pieces Ironed
and wearing apparel requiring
starch, starched ready to Iron.
Ernnemy Family Wash, all Flat
Pieces Ironed, and wearing ap
parel dried Hi vacuum driers ready
' to starch. . r , . ;
Wet Wash, Beaatifallr Washed asd
retursed to yosr borne damp.
Asd for the Man of the Hesse My
new system of finishing shirts and
' collars is as' perfect as human in
genuity can make it.
,. Seed It to the Lassdry.,
Head Them lo the Katlosal
The .Home of the Snow White :
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- - v We Have a Fin Proposition for Agents -
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MACHINE WITH HEW
- Dr. Xisbeth of Rockwood has av
new auto to succeed the. one wrecked
some time ago in a collision with an
electric suburban train.
William McKeown has several very
fine Holstein calves In his barn near
Rockwood that are attracting attention
of neighbors and breeders.
. .Mrs. Ida Burgess was appointed at the,
last meeting of Rockwood Orange as
chairman of (he home : economics com
mittee and has appointed to assist her
Mrs. Kora Kaser, Mrs. Sophy Norby,
Mrs. Belle Stockton, Mrs. Mary Klch
mond, Mrs. Kate Ferrand.- Mrs. Nellie
Harlow, Mrs. Agnes Wood and Mrs:
Residents of the Martin road, between -Rockwood
and Barker roads, one mile
south of the Base Une road, feel
aggrieved that the county commission
ers do not take it over and improve it.
. v s l nan 1 1 ,11 un tul J 1 1 i i J jcnia
and is a public thoroughfare when any
one can get through it. Residents can-
nvi kcv ruini nmii ucnvfrra tiecaufle vl
its almost impasHable condition winter
and summer. Merchants will not de
liver over or through it. There are 14
families on it in the vicinity of Rock
wood, , .
Ed Kent of rortland and Astoria
visited friends and neighbors In Rock
wood last- week. -
Many hatchings of chickens Nare oc
cupying attentigjUof Rockwood people.
Planting is delayed because the rains
keep the soil too wet and cold.
Women's Soles . . . .$1.10
Men's Soles ... . . . .$1.50
Best Leather Beit Work
v. We eall and deliver.
Phone Today, East 906
and One of Our Route
Men Will Call
East 8th and Clay Sts.
A. nCBER WILL TALK TO TOU
Seventh and. Hawthorne