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Brief News Items From mi Fiilcriis
Intr i'r" f CorrrsiiimdonlH.
j Itlng her pniynts, Mr. and Mm. Waitnees,
j Hi lit week.
I J, tiroiy Kruse mill his bride were visit
j at Joint Kruse' (his nuclei yesterday.
The school taught by Pif. KuWi ol" tliis
I ilace will close Wednesday after a very sue-
Mr. Jack Monk gave the young folks a ' Mr. William Kvans, .if this place-, is grad
dance last Saturday evening. The litfht I "ally growing worst with his cancer. It Is
fantastic was tripped until twelve o'clock i only mutter of tew inontlis with Mm.
and was heartily enjoyed by all. Crops look tine around here and every-
Tlie "White Kihbon" party given by the body fels good over it.
young laities of the , 0. T. I at the rest- Turner and Know will buv
deuce of Mr. J. Zimuierman, was social
Mrs. Pr. Sullivan entertained few of
her young friends last Thursday evening,
Rome of Oswego's musical talent helied the
evening to pass pleasantly.
The school tll close Friday. Quite an
extensive program has ben prepared by
tlie union of the tliree rooms.
The furnace is doing splendid now.
Quite a lot of iron has been shipped to va
Home one entered the house of Tommy
Wilson last evening wliile he was at work,
and took money, wit Mi, etc., amounting to
aixty dollars. No clew has been found.
There will be an ice cream social at the
Congregational church tomorrow evening.
Some of the Oswego boys have organised
an athletic club, with Charles llortiman as
training master. We can boast of Sullivan
and Slavins after a while.
The Urass Band will go to Oaegon City
on the Fourth of July to participate in the
patriotic proceedings of that day.
Two accidents happened last week. Miss
Maud Fox hurnt one of her feet by upset
ting a skillet of grease on her foot, and Mrs,
Wigand by upsetting a can of boiling water
on her foot am! arm, also,
Mr. W. Burns, of Albina, called on K. I,.
Mr. George Vigand visited his ran -h hist
- Mrs. John Waters and Mrs. Tom Brown
were visiting relatives in Salem last week.
The Oswego Third Sine will play the
Bridgeport Sine in the near future.
Our town was disgraced by a tight and
several drunks last week.
Mr. James Keiser and family spent Sun
day at Mr. John Keiser's. Grandfather
Monk returned with them.
It is rumored that a wedding took place
last week. The contracting parties were
Richard O.lilenstalt and Mary Vanduback.
Jim didn't stop for the theatre from the
We have two banjoists. (ieo. Wigand and
Charlie was at the dance Saturday even
June it, I s: l .
threshing outfit complete with Unction en
gine this season.
Married, by Frank M. Kruse, J. I'., at the
house of the bride's sister (Mra, John Man
ning), in Canny precinct, June SOth, Mr,
John Kness to Miss Katie Nagler, both of
Any one having hacks or buggies to paint
give Frank Burger call. He will do it up
with neatness and dispatch. His shop is
one door south of the German church.
II. M. 10
June in, issn.
Sunshine once more, and every one happy.
Canby in undergoing the ordeal of a genu
ine campmeetlng, and consispiently times
at present are extremely good.
The entertainment given by the I'nited
workmen last week was a grand success in
every respect. The attendance was very
large, and the tables were most bountifully
spread All seemed to enjoy themselves
and went away well satistled.
See here, you fellow of "Oar Nine" out
thereat Centra) Toidt! It strikes us you
have gone to hat little too previous, but
we will gitcyoii your inning lor the pres
ent. When we catch you out, however, we
shall score you heavy. So far as Canby is
concerned we would unite w illingly, as that
would give us a privilege on water front.
"Shorty, the shoemaker did n't get lost
in Canby. Since yon began to manufac
ture that article for Tinkertown we have
had a surplus, and have lit up accordingly.
There was a dam-eat Knight sjhall onSat
urdsy evening, June iT. We understand
those in attendance had a very enjoyable
Pr. White, a graduate of the school of
Keokuk, Iowa, has located in Canby.
Mr. Rodgers has opened a confectionary
I stand here. He keeps every thing in that
line, and sells at prices as low as the lowest.
We would predict another wedding, but
jwe fear if we did the parties would disap-
point us just for spite, as those did last
j June in, WI.
' Mountain Home.
Since our last writing, grim messenger
Death has passed through our neighbor
hood. The first who yielded to his call was
little Dora, oldest daughter ol Mr, and Mra,
G. II, Kerns, who died June U, IXi'l. aged
live years. She was lollowrd June IS, by
her mother, who succumbed to the same
disease iliplheria. Medical treatment ar
rived too late to save, She leaves a hus
band and one child to mourn her loss, w ho
art sympathised with by the community.
Several others have been III, but are con
valescing, and there seems little danger of
tlit disease spreading.
District school, Sunday school and church
hava all been closed for tlie present,
Mr. M. ltcckarl has rented his farm and
sawiulll to Mr. John l'ark, and has moved
Mr. Jesse Cox Is Improving the appear
ance of his farm by erecting a nice resi
dence, liars ktti.
J. 0. dimming is in rurtland having
his eye treated which he got hurt by a limb
striking it w hile he w as logging.
Henry llornshuh Is humeon a visit. He
will soon start Fast where he will study lor
Horn, to the wlteof J, W. Ihitcv, a daugh
ter, and to the witeof 1.. W, llornshuh, a
We are having a run of peddlers to brat
h I. In one day we hail four praise up
their ware to us. Among them w as a man
taking subscriptions for tombstones I Oh,
Miss l.Unie Frye, ot Forest Grow, is vis
iting her cousin, Mrs. Weslev Hill.
A ctwtain bridge In niitd district So. tihas
!een reported to the County Court as dan
gerous, but It seems they are going to w ait
until some one Is hurt or killed More repair,
The" prospects re that oat will he.tht
best crop this season this section of country
ever had. Hay also will be plenty.
K, Welsh has sold his interest in the saw
mill to J. Martin, w ho will continue sup
plving customer with rirst-rlass lumber, of
which he has a good supply on hand.
Theonlvson of J. Wcidncr was thrown
from a horse early Sunday morning and
so badly hurt that lie is not inilet to live.
He was unconscious w hen found, and w as
so up to the lime of writing. Dr. I'owell
. was called, but could do nothing for him.
I.ivprv, KuhI iuwI SiMo
V,OI'.Ct'Kl IIKTWRKN Tlltt HltllHiK AND
IhuiUo niul Sinn Kin, mid etui
dlti hornets nlwnytt on hand l Hit'
lowotd jirliTK. A uorrntl t'oiiiioctt't)
with tin' hunt for Imw Htmk.
lnlorniatioii regarding any kind ol
stock promptly attended to by person ot
horses Oought and Sold.
GREAT REDUCTION IN
PHOTO G U A PS
the uM established and reliable
ultlnrt llitBru h,4 ierlo.
0. J. LOVBJOY,
Plain and Fancy
The loveloc Hotel sets the best table ll
the ciiv with the very choicest the market
BEDS AND BEST "WkTP
coa in id mil ami M
"OH CI' '
Wheat bus lncn badly liiruwn down by
wind and rain.
Mr. K l Henry closeii
term of school last Friday
Mr. M. lV.erson is breaking several acres
of new land.
Mr. Surface is pitting up a house on hind
he recently purchased.
Rev. J. W. I'ulmateer has been to Port
land the past w eek on legal business.
C. S. I'orter made an assault on W. P.
Buyer at Cnrrinsville last Saturday. Judg
ing from appearances hecumenut satisfied.
It will be remembered that Porter is the
justice of the peace of Garfield precinct. It
was a genuine picnic for the bystanders.
Haiti has ceased at last in Highland, and I
rops look excellent. Farmers are preparing I
I to commence hu ing.
! Considerable improvements arc being !
! made in this community. William May-1
tield has raised a large barn with sheds, j
three month's ! James I'urrish has laid the foundations for
in the Puuglas j " 1U'W frame barn jilx.'Ui leet. I.an Kellows!
' has erected a new granary. Mr. S-rlhncr is '
making preparation to erect a new-frame '
dwelling house this summer. Kd. Harring- I
ton also has a new granary, and can boast of j
a new Diirand parlor organ. Who says
Highland is not progressive?
lurstorr keepcrat Highland -old his stock
of goods to Mr. Gcmtre Grace of ('larks.
Where will onr post office go to? Where,
Mr. A. Harrington has purchased a new
in.iwer lor $.V. He has clipped a tine th ece
of wool, and if putting up a new picket
fence around his house.
1 oh Hill.
Kme weather airain, and everhody happy,
The new cultivator will start through the
j spuds at a lively pace bright and curly Mmi-
The increase ! demand for lumber has
compelled the Last Chance saw mill to put
ina new saw and double its cutting capa
city. Suiiie I m I C blowing out of the cylinder
head at the Hard t'p saw mill last week
caused the mill to suspend operations lor a
few day, r'rom the way some ol the men
struck out for the wood you would have
thought they had U'cn struck by a Kauas
The new saw mill bringing more road
workers In the district, our supervisor has
lieen enabled to do a good deal of necessary
Mr. W. H. Fitzpatrick.tif Nob Hill, has
finished painting hi house. He Hud hi
commodious new barn a great intprnvemcu.
The choir meet every Sunday evening at
the M. E. church for practice, and are very
much pleased w ith the new organ.
Some people are very inui li excited over
a prospective railroad through here, as par-
Sullivan & : Davidson
Tbe oalj DRUGGISTS fitlweca Mini and
t'srry a lull line id
tiHI'tIS, MKIill'IMfc, Toll KT AKril l SS, NO
HONS AMI HVSCIIMI, OooliS,
IKKki IIIITIONS CAMkl'l t.l.V l OVIIMIMl,:!
JOHN A. BECK,
Corner of Front and Morrison,
IS Ml I.I. ON F.un u.
Ffir prncrnl r i jx i r i n j Iip Hlnmlx
without a ta'tT. For first -olitsH, re
liable j;imusi It in (itoi-u is mvml to
iiinif. Trv liitn !
B. .S Bellomy,
'. CIIAIvMAN nios.' lU'll.l'INii.
fairies a Full Stink o(
New ami Second-Hand Furniture
I'oiiL'lit and Sold.
Can give vou a bargain.
M. II. Flan ignn.
J. I'. Hill
iw I a-siltul IV..nl .... ,.1,1 ....I
end is not yet. Mr. A. Harrington may Ik- end l.-r-l j ,,, fr yeiir ,t exorbitant prices.
Justice W. J. Currin placed two young ' 'l"1,e a "'" jdgmg from her choice varl- j The Jaww u,y m,rvinK m,r f,lrIU
. men under bonds of live hundred dollars i e,"'s of noM'ers. i and has eight Japanese now at work. They
ok i,a;r a,...anvnn kf-, i. i M-.i L,,di ro... a1 a u uHim mis is n iiiii- tuiiiiiry mr wnrit
jury last week, for the crime uf housebreak
ing and larceny.
I Mat. Handle trapped
to you, Mat. Trap more.
I Onr "glorious Fourth" will not be celc-
Mr Ed Henry will learn the young idea ' united in the good old w ay in Highland,
how to shoot in District So. 7, for a term of i this year, we believe,
Some ot the Highlanders will not venture
Mr. Robert Divine will read the declare- out for fear of the dread disease, cliphthe
tioti, and Hon. John Myers w ill deliver the ' ria. which has begun destroying its victims
oration at the celebration at Currinsville. near here.
Mr. Hubert Currin received another band Mr. Kern, who was bereft of his wife and
of horses from Castle Itock last week.
I eldest child by diphtheria, is prostrate and
recovery doubtful. Also, another child in
the same condition.
The entertainment given by the Tnala
tin .Secular I'nion on the night of June 20,
was a success, both financially and enjoya
bly. Those Unit took part were Mr. and
Mrs. liurger, iknrv lfobb, John Oage, the
three Misses Sharp. Miss Anna Booth, Miss I
Ella Turner, Chas. Wagner, John Tvler.Os-1
car Larson, Miss Delia Larson and Clyde! Sunday night, June 21st, fi. II. Miller was
Evans. They all acquitted themselves in a I relieved of every bit of his bacon. No great
Hev. J. J. Moody, of Highland, was bur
ied today at the Highland cemetery. He
leaves a wife and child somewhere in the
The Highland chnrcb and Sunday school
were advised to close by Dr. James, of Hea
line manner, and we hope to hear them
perform at some future time. The receipts
Miss Anna Booth leaves for her home to
morrow, to stay. She has made a host of
friends while here, and all wish her much
joy and happiness when she enters upon .
her new stage of life, which wid be soon.
Frog Pond will celebrate the Fourth in a
becoming manner. A picnic will be had in
Fred Ellingsen's grove during the day.
State Master H. E. Hayes will deliver the
oration, and Henry Robb will read the De
claration of Indetiendence. All kinds of
games will be the order of the day, and in
the evening there will be a grand ball given
in Sharp's large new barn. Good music
and a basket Bupiier will be furnished for
the occasion. Everybody cordially Invited
Homer House was brought home last
Friday from Salem after a four week's siege
of typhoid fever. He looks lank and lean,
but has a ravenous appetite. He is doing
Thos. Buckman, from Coos Bay, gave
Frog Pond a call today, visiting friends and
relatives. Tom looks well and hearty. He
weighs 190 pounds more than he has ever
weighed. He says whenever the tide is out
the table is spread. But he thinks there is
no place like Frog Pond after all.
Miss Katie Kehm will lecture in Tualatin
Orange hall the second Saturday evening
and Sunday of July. Come, everybody,
for she is a fine speaker, and we want to
give her a good crowd. Don't fail to hear
Miss Louisa Eilers, from Portland, is vis-.
loss without a small gain. It saves them the
trouble of chewing bacon.
Our enterprising saw mill man, Frank
Welsh, sold his interest to Ins former part
ner, Mr. James Martin, for $1700. The mill
will henceforth be run and managed by Mr.
Martin and his two sous.
June 29, 1801.
A bear has been giving the neighbors
much trouble and alarm. He has taken a
hog from Card's, Miller's, ami Bradley's.
Mrs. I urd, hearing a rumpus among the
hogs, went out gun in hiinit. FimHugthe
bear la-fore she was (piiie ready she stood
I. K.king at it, and linaUy walked oil, con
cluding that the bear tied the licstol it.
Mr. W. II. Faubion w as fortunate enoinrh
to kill a brown cinnamon l;ir last Thurs
day. Last Cn amck.
Flanagan & Hill,
WIIOI.F.S.U K. AND K FT AIL
fT'Kf.Psl ON HANK THK IIKST SV t.K.i TIOS
IV ol whip". I.liiilurs. Ale.llrer, Ac . In trt
futon! hi the suin.
Give me s end.
Ill LllgilM -hHithftin tliiHi
HALF AND HALF ON DU.U'OIIT.
The remains of Mr. Ievi Leland, were In
tered in the Canby cemetery, June 20th.
H. P. Eastman is spending his vacation
at home with his family. Mr. Eastman is
engineer on the railroad between Portland
and The Dalles.
School district, No. C,bas a new flag pole
which is about ninety feet long.
Charley Brown and his brother has taken
a job of slashing ot Robert Brown.
Mr. Adam Webber is about to loose the
farm he rented, the owner is trying to crowd
John Haley sold his farm consisting of
siity acres, last week, for $2,400. He in
tends moving to Portland, and is going to
work at bis trade as fouudryman.
It is surprising at the empty cigarette
boxes one can see along the highway near
Mr. Daniel McArthur had the misfortune
tt lose a valuable horse last week. He died
with symptoms' of poison, but commenced
by swelling in the legs.
Our basebidl club met Sunday and gave a
practice game. Burt Adams made an ex
cellent hit. lie knocked the ball through
ieorge McArthnr's eight-dollar hat that he
had laid down for a l)ae.
Oke or tub Nine.
The writer on Tuesday visited the saw
mill in course of construction at Wright's
bridge on the Molnlla by Messrs. Ilussell A
Steward, and found Mr. Itussell, who is su
perintending the erection, to lie exceedingly
courteous The frame work is upand they
expect to have the mill ready for work lv
July 10. It w ill have a sawing and planing
ihir.ii, ,..,., -ri ,
.i,ii ,,i .v.,",) ii-, i m.iiiv, i in y inivc
2.'iO,nliO feet of the finest lugs we have evci
seen in one collection. They will ship the
lumber to Barlows, Wood burn and Salem,
besides supplying the extensive local demand.
Orange hall at Mnlino has a new coat of
pamt, and a new liberty mlo, seventy-live
feet in height, handsomely decorated.'
CLIFF : HOUSE,
J. Bitner, Proprietor.
Tho only first-cl:i Hotel
in ( Ircpm City.
I BEST ROOMS. COOb BOARD
(1KO. V. KI.V
W, J. HATCH
C. N. GREENMAN,
Drayage & Expressing
Freight and parcel delivered to all
part of the city.
Mountain Bluff Meat Market
' ' OREGON CITY,
Is the place where you can always And the
choicest of all kinds of fresh menu, Alio
the choicest brands of Hsms, Haesn,
hsrd, nutter, Eggs, Cheese,
Etc., Hh Corned beef
THAT HAS NO RIVAL,
J. P. CROCKER, - Proprietor
GUNSMITH AND LOCKSMITH
Oregon City, Oregon.
Repairs on ail kinds of small machines
promptly made. Duplicate keys to
anv lock manufactured. Hhop in
Wineset fc Scripture's black
F. F. WHITE,
W. A. WHITE.
Practical Architects Builders.
Will prepare plans, elevatlonH, working de
tails, and specification lor all kinds of build
Iiiks. Special attc'itlnn given to modern cot
tages. Estimates furnished on application
Call on or address WHITE tlltOH.,
Oregon City, Ogn
ELY & RAUCH
Store loeatml nt Mountain Y'ew,n
Miilullti riiinl. niie mill; hihiIIi
ciiHt f Orcein City.
Wo deal in Flour, Corn Meal, Feed.
Groceries of all kinds, Boots and Shoes.
(ifentH1 Underwear ami other styles of
Clothing, niul iiiiinnroiiH olluir articles
suitable for tho needs of the limner and
his family. Hv prompt and fair dealing
we hope, to receive in luttire, as in the
paat, a lilieral share of jiatronnge.
"Tlie highest market prico paid
for Butter, Kggn and Fowls.
September 11, 18SM).
tied Id Bs- I
kercoonty, Ore-p n
!;ob, near whit UT II
a bow Baker City, PC WTt IDV
a man who has since ULI I I (Jit I
become Identified with the resources and 11 f
development of that country. This man IV3VJ
is no other than Mr, John fnrwsrt, one of the
wealthiest and most Influential citiieus lu the
county. In a recent letter he says: "Ihndtwen
suOerlnf ftcm pains In tny back and nnerst kid
ney complaint for some time, and hid used many
remedies without any but temporary relief. The
palm In my back had become so severe t hit I was
prevented from sttendtnif to my work and could
not move about without the use oft cane. Hear
ing, throuf a a friend, of the wonderful cures ef
fected by Orego Kidney Tea, I wan Induced to try
a box, and from that very first done I found Instant
relief, sad before using half the contents of the
boa the pains In my back entirely disappeared.
have every latin in the virtues ot the Oreo-on
Kidney Tea, and can conscientiously recommend
It to my friends. I would not he without it for
Oregon Kidney Tea cures hnrkuche. inconti
nence of urine, brick dust sediment, burning or
painful sensation while urinating, and all affec
tions of the kidney or urinary orpins of either sex.
Foil sai.k ST
CIIARMAN & CO., UKUlKilSTH.
SSBK I 1 .
SUMMHR KHSORTon the coast
Tito Su..ts...o.tV ltru.liH.-;n" (Sato City of ('k8
Ctmiiti.' niul tho hmiuiiH t -nuiH alWy, p
Tho Most Promising Locality on the Oregon
Her HdVmlil lUrU.r; tnxhuuill TimW m,,,,,
Ci'nl Ki.'hk ''I'll XilvT.trn n.l (.i.j.r mines,
tm en hirii sm unriu'iiii"ii i.ii' ic
"r- , . I.. fci,-
Investment In t' I'liilm! 8UU
Scenery ami Town shown by Thoto
I.-.ls i.tilv .'.' for f- ilava nntro. fall t-nrly nif;Sj
ilioi.c I'roiH'ilv'ini'l '' t1"' riiidu,ri!is, i tiu
M.mt lir.iniisin!! Imam. "'" 1 hv'" 'T 'vp
tu'plirt linn .jHrttttiity to (! t )'"i wtw ly thu 4 l.n
A. J. HACKET'
AT i;'"t UK 1.1 Vt'liMi llolH.
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NDERTAKERS & EMBALMERff
l.ante-t -lis k o( t 'oltin. ami t'aUt. keid South o( I'tirtlntiil, ASsuri) ''""
ml Metallic t'si-knta biniislied lo older. J.adma lUliial HnU r I"0'!
ticiits' Itillial li.iUn III alia k. 1
Also Wulm.ii uikI Carriap' Mukini;, IIoI'mo SluM-inj;
oral ril:ii'k(-iiiitliiii on hhurl imtioo.
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MRS. C. H. L BURMEISI
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WATCHES, ! UEWL"
AXjXj KUPAIIIINO WARTlAJif"!
0d T ib Fill Jeweler.
; I M ni Kir H I or" AMi i I it U Ml IN . y
Watches, Jewelry, (locks ami (
Km Firnt St n ot, Ne:ir Morrinnn St. l.nltV I'rivntc Kntraiiccr It
lllllll lm l lml 'I Ilk' inl'ttiii' uM,'in'i, I"' I
- i i i i n, ii.i , i , r. i.
The acknol.(lKcl leading dealur to
A GREAT SLAUGHTER IN OUR
Never beftire were hucIj bargains oflt-rt'd in
Portland Prices arc NOlVHl
THOS. CHARMAN & SOI
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