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Mrs. Henry Ebbert returned Mr. Corl also holds the office of been sold to a California concern
from CorvalliB Saturday where State Clerk in the Modern Wood- and will go cast under a Cali-
shewentto attend the funeral men and clerk in the local camp fornia brand. While this is not
of her father Mr. Butler of near at the Grove. Altogether he is very satisfactory to Oregon pride
Monroe. quite a factor in the life of his it is in line with what California
F T Angel made a business home town as he is also city has been doing for years-gain-trip'
to'southern Oregon last week treasurer and school clerk. He ing a reputation at the expense
to look after his timber inter- was at one time a resident of of Oregon.
esta. He has a fine claim on the Monmouth. The prunes dried have all been
South Umpqua. He reports a sold, the iUhans at 4c and the
very pleasant trip FalU City. petites at 1 and ,1-fourth cents.
, , ... 0. S. Evans went to Portland last The petites were so small that
I he Tennmee Jubilee Singers Qn bu8ine8, were han(Jled at a but
will give one of their entertain- wag h fit mde 0
ments in Independence tomorrow yJLkeL the Italians to more than offset
25c. from a schoo visit at Eugene. j'"" . , . 7m , o0
" ' . , , , and the remainder dried on shares
G. T. McKinney has purchased Dr. Snook from Medical Lake making 20 1-third lbs. to the
the tract of land south of Zooks. Washington, has located in Falls g. 45,424 lbs. of petites
from Mrs. Sarah Davis and is City. were received, of which 34,444
putting up a shed for a lumber Mrs." Elenor Butler was a were purchased.
yard. He will erect a residence business visitor to Dallas last There stjn remain about 3700
there in the spring. He will put week. : lbs o dried and 1000 lbs.
in a full and complete stock of The Hallowe'en party given by of silver prunes to dispose of.
lumber as soon as spring work the ,a(ie8 of christian church Over $500 were' paid out in
begins and will keep a supply on pagged off very pleasantly. wages.
hands this winter to meet all de- Chju.)ie pa,mer an(J Richard , The cannery and drier have
mand8, raul went to Portland Saturday been operated at a small profit
The election is over and Mr. to attend to a land claim trial. while other concerns of the same
Taft will be our next President Mnj E y who hag nature have gone behind. This
It is to be hoped that Mr Bryan Rfflicted r.-eumatism for the speaks well for the management
will now retire permanently from fa .m &nd
he ranks of presidential poss.b 1- d &rQmd S00.I Hour Club Entertamed.
ities. Returns from the county , , 4 , 4, The Social Hour Club was en-
so far as can be had indicate that f v; paul wh has en e tertained October 21 by Mrs.
the High School has been badly w,ork M pastor of the M. E. and Migg Doughty at iter's
beaten and that people will have Church has moved his family hom(j The gun ghone after a
to keep up their stock seems to here and entered uPn hm work- stormy week and eighteen mem
be the verdict. The entertainment given last including the hostesses were
H W (Pat) Sparks, of Forest evening in the Opera House by present A very enjoyable en
Grove, will give one of his "Chalk Miss D. Lillian Lewis and Dr. tertainment had been prepared.
Talks" at the Normal Assembly Bancroft was listened to by an Jack 0'Lanterns, ghost stories
Hallaturday evening Nov. 14, appreciative audience. and appropriate refreshments
for the benefit of the Courier. Miss Cecil Dodd who went to reminded one that Hallowe'n was
These talks are along the lines of Corvallis to attend the O. A. C. approaching,
those of Homer Davenport and is very ill with typhoid fever. Before adjourning a short busi
are very entertaining. It should Her mother is at her bedside ness meeting was held, that sev
be well patronized as it is helping caring for her. We hope to hear eral matters of interest to all
the students get the Courier of her early recovery. might be settled without further
under way in good shape. Look delay. Most of the new books
for bills. Report of Evaporator. were on hand and were given to
, , T T , . m, , . those to whom they were due.
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Corl, of The report of. P. O. Powell, The club adjourned to meet at
Forest Grove, were visiting secretary of the Monmouth Can- Mrs. Dalton's the first Wednes
friends here the latter part of ning and Evaporating Co., has day in November,
last week. They were returning been made to the directors and eai
from an extended visit in Albany shows a very good state of af- or oaAe
and Corvallis. Mr. Corl is Mas- fairs, considering the past sea- Four dozen fine Plymouth Rock
ter and Mrs. Corl Secretary of son has been a very bad one for pullets. Inquire of J. W. Mor
Gale Crange, at Forest Grove, fruit The pears canned have rison, or at Lindsay & Co.