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CLACKAMAS COUN TY.
Uriel New Items Frmn Hit KiKerprU
lllf (VtrS Of OtMTl'NlKMKll'Mts.
osted In the piMv,,i railroad from ibirlows
hv way of Wright's Springs to Wilholt
Aiii-ust 4, tS'U i, s.
The rains atv nil over, the sim shliietli.
and summer is a-cain here. Harvest lias
vnsidcrally dclaved by wet weather,
but far.icrs will make up for lost (inn1 this
week, Tlio yield protnixs to he very good,
il l t lie HsUity of the itrnin in excellent,
Wolfer's Urge steam threshing ontiit will
shell most of the grain on the prairif this
year. Mr, Welter has tirst-clas otittit,
thoroughly mnlerstatidsliis luiii, n.l in
very popular amount the fraternity ; hnc
his laiy run.
Sam tyiesby's big liit lions is Hearing
completion. It is artistically de-signed,
tmt kamlsonwly fiiall structure, ami is
o.uite an tiiiprvenrnt on the gentleman's
former "alac." Uisoneof the substan
tial improvements iwit being made on the
Hop men are foeling rather easier regard
intl the ravagass of the hop louse. It is now
believed that they will not materially in
jure the crop, tid preparations ar Wing
rna.l to lake cure of the crop in season,
f praying is twang resorted to in some yards,
but opinions differ regarding the suivess
anil prat'tieabiity of that mode of destrue-:
Mr. John AkOelUtuilate o( Kentucky, I
complains bittc'ly that the boys won't in
troduce him to the beautiful girls of the
prairie. Brat np, John, ami introduce
We took a pin over to Aurora a few days
ago. and found things quite lively in tint
bulling litfie bsirg. The several warehouses
are making preparations to receive the large
quantity of grain which will pourin (rom
all sections of the surrounding country
Hurst Stins have their large elevator all
in shaeto store wheat, and oiler free stor
age, kiglw prices and honest weights.
They also furnish sacks for hauling w heat to
their mills. This surely is a very liberal
otler. and v. ill tf taken advantage of by our
tanners havii.g wheat to store or sell.
Rev. C. AlJerson preached his farewell
sermon to quite a large congregation nt the
Mark's Prairie school house last Sunday
Mr. Alderson has been on this eharge Hr
twoyi-ars, and 1ms proven himself a faithful
and efficient mini-ter, and works in the
cause of Cli.iet. Alter the morning serv
ices lia-ket dinner was had and enjoyed by
the eanigregntitui in the grove near the
achol house. We are not given to kicking,
but are sorry to say that we think the re
tiring pastor has not been fully remunerated
for his faithful see vice during the past two
years at this plane. Welielieve "the laborer
is werthy of his hire," and especially so
w hen laboring in the vineyard of the Lord.
Oct asios vt
The weather is tine; harvest lias begun;
the tain did a great deal of damage to th
One of Mr. Heck's children fell from a
barn, breaking both. lonea of one arm. Ir.
Hoard set the tHuies. and all is doing well,
Mr. I. I.. Clark gave a croquet party the
The rain h cc.ic.l once more, timl the
farmers rejoice to see the sunshine.
The hay harvest is not finished yet ; the
writer can see sailed luiv In the ilelds.
The Highlanders, however, are mnking
preparations to start their hinders at once,
a." the gain is turning yellow rapidly,
There N no excitement of liny kind In
Highland at present, Our esteemed friend
Sinisou quietly paed through, here and
called on lour young men of Highland who
hud violated the law, requiring them to
TIIK I.KA 1 I NU
!Hh. Oulte acrowd was gathered uinler the : annear in Oreiron t'liv Mr l,iii.. i,'......
shade of a small grove where a splendid
dinner was served.
Mahlou Montu has returned home from
Portland, and will remain several luontlis.
Mr, Yarwo.nl ami wife, of Portland, have
been visiiing their Iriends In this part.
Madam Kiimor slates that Krauk Keen
was married the SHli Can't we serenade
t. V. tirace, our merchant, has pur
chased a new cart. AU he needs now is
Absolute Piliily. v'ttielul li.'iilii.
I'rescrlptions Filled by t'oniielclit
Toilet Articles. Perfumery. I'iue t'lgars.
CH ARMAN'S BLOCK.
some one to ride in it.
We have a telephone, with a lady central, , residence of the bride's parents.
This country is getting "way up."
August U lSirJ.
They were examined and bound over to ai
pear More the grand Jury, When will the
day tvine when the young meii lit the laud
will have sense sufficient to mind Ihelrown
business? There are more In and around
Highland w ho need a dose of the same kind
of medicine, and In our humbleoplnloti the ;
day Is not far distant when tbev will get It i
0. H. Miller Is somewhat improving in House, Sign and Oniiiinoiitiil painting.
,'l,- ! t ioot) woik iiuaratiteed.
Krnk Welsh is hauling lumber. ;
A nuptial knot was tied the h Instant ""op 0N r""'1' NKM,, T- I.. arAMt.ita
between Fiank Ueea and Mary Smathers at ! . ,
S. S, Walker,
K, M. 1'ukes,
Louis Varetti's new mansion is looming
Up from its wt-ll c!ioen siie on the hill
north of Sandy river. The main buildingis
IS feet by 1'S. The culinary wing is some
2n fee' square, to say nothing of several
lurches. Through many years of bachelor
life Louis n'initiis-d paiicutty in a cahiu.
Hut since the fair Italian took pity on him
he has prosjH'rously advanced.
lon t forget the harvest picnic on Satur
day, August ?'tli, at Cedar Creek bridge.
The iiiiii.itory committee vva- apsi!;te. t.)
the Ml. Jli"l l..vi'e ot 'Farmers' Alliance,
but manv others art enlisfe-l in the elh.rt to
make it siicoelul. I'ne or more of the
speakers will W of the Farmers Aliiance
tinge. As tl.t .rogram hy the yiMing peo
ple ami ihe uieeciiilt will he renewed alter
dinner, and eMvuiicd to i F. M., it was
thi.iigiit nut bet to p'ov i.le a dam ing lloor.
The nimble, feet will r- tire hy sunset to the
Thomas Uiiil, or clscuhere, and enjoy the
A tn.dtitiidif of canqiers have gone to the
hills; mure r ! .an ever hel'ore. and we hear
marvellous stories of luck in trout fishing.
Some families from Alhina and Pleasant
Home have been disappointed by the change
of weather, hut have lceu hohling a livfly
camp neurlitiil Run hri.U.i; in sj itc of Ore
gon iiiist. shooting chipmonks and searing
trout. We rgr't tonote tliat Mrs. Laird, of
Alhina. was so much faticued bv the trip
from Yju-t i'lir-land as to remain ill for
some days and 'piite unable to g outside
of camp. Wooukat.
Thnshing will lie the next thing in order,
as the farmers in this vicinity have their
grain about all cut.
Miss Jennie Haker, instructor of art In
the Centralia seminary, is spending a few
days of her vacation with Mrs li, W. Shank,
Perry Miller bad bis finger broken last
Suaday by fooling with a base ball. Hitter
leave the ball alone on Sunday after this.
A subscription paper was passed around
last week for the relief of Mr. Hoit, who re
cently had the misfortune of losing Id
hu-e ami contents by tire. I he subscrip
tions were as follows: Kiverside, J;IT,,VI;
Canity, fcaT.V Oregon City, I4O.0U; Harlows.
JS.OI; total, !:..
Mr. Hoit has rented a house in Canhy,
and will goto housekeeping in a few days; we
are sorry to lose so good a neighbor, ami
hoe he will move back to Kiverside ere
long. C. S. Shar k has returned from his visit to
Kastcrn Oregon, and re'mrts poor crops
throughout Wasco county.
A letter containing the sad news of the
death of Mr. K. L. Shields, a former resi
dent of this place, was received last week hv
W. M. Shank. He was a member in good
standing of Havel Lodge No. M, A. O. P.
W. V. K.
August 10, 1-tnl.
There is pr,a. hlng at the Highland Han 611011 LlIV Y ISll MarKei
list church the second Stuulav of each ' J
HO FOR MOLALLA!
:R0BBINS & S0
Ihtvo tiu'iii'il tmt tlio largest Stuck tif (i..nrilj
Rfl r n O U A M n I o r
a III C n U II n II U I 0
Kvcr I trough 1 1 Molnllu.
Our Htis'tt ritibrseei rsunplel lls "I
HKY (iiit)S, tJIUH'KHIKS, riUKJKKKV, HAU)V.KP t
ntt.l SIIOKS, HATS iimU'AI'S, I.A1UKH iu (ilCNTS Ylv
INi! liOiHiS, TtUI.KT AKTR'I.KS. t'.'lW l
ninnth. I!ev. Short is the preacher In
Mrs. Thomas Jones, of Highland, is nrm-
jtratcdwlth illness. Or. James, of Heaver
.S 1. . , i
i rrss, was summoned, ami pronounced It a
Mrs. Uura tiithlns gave birth loagirli
baby, and joy prevails. Likewise Mrs. Win.
Tinnerstet. Weight thereof II S pound, j
AllKII-st 10, 1S!I.
The Secular ''tion at frog Pond passed
off quietly .Sumiay, A itgust '.'A. with a Xo. 1
puper, edded by ,Miss OllieCage, of Staf
ford. Mr. J. A. Sauer it sinking a hole near his
jiew barn intending to make a cistern. Mr
Joe Miller is c-hiel workman.
Six coyotes were wn in the road at one
time by Jack Weisu. Jle thought they w ere
The mail has taken a turn; it now goes
tfrom Oswego to Aurora in the morning, and
back in the evening.
Mm. Kate Moroeandlieryoungestdaiagh
ier are speniling the heated summer season
with her sister, Mrs. Larson.
Jtolert liickleis having his well blasted
town pretty well toward China, the work
Jjeingdonc by Powder Monkey Jack.
Samuel Mayer is erecting a new house.
W heard the whistle from the thresher
engine Tuesday morning, Augiiiit.'id, first of
Cultivated blackberries are in nea.iori.
Mrs S, L. Hayes is slow ly improving in
health. Wk L'kh.
August 0. 1WU.
The recent rains have dainpened the once
jubilant spirits of the pleasure seeking campers.
'he post oflice has Is'en removed to the
store, owing to the resignation of F. M.
l'eake, P. M., who has faithfully icrforniei
the otlieial duties for nearly six years. Mr.
Adolf A-chotl haslieen aps'inted to till the
I.. Jaggar and family, formerly of l.'regon
City, arrived from Portland last week in
search of a i lor climate. They found it.
Among tho-e rustii ating in this place are.
l'oi-tors llo'angcr and A. J. Sparry. Mrs.
Ilepp and daughters. Mises Maggie and j
I.izie H,!e, a:, .1 Fred Hode, all ot Portland. !
W. S. Failing and family, of Portland, are !
dailv evixcte.t. i
Among the arrivals at Salmon Uiver on
the -."T t ; i ultimo, is recurdod at the home of j
J. T. We. kert, a small hoy. j
Mrs. Oakley, who has hpeti sutlering with :
an ii!n r on le r leg f..r some weeks at the .
home ot her Min. li. A. Ten I'v ck, wa. taken !
to St. Vim en's hospital this week, to re. eive
Mrs. Sieve's revived a fracture of the ra ;
dins or large hone of the w rist instead of a '
.li.iocat.oii, a" prev iou-ly stated. The hone .
ha k it together, and niu-t he broken again '
Ix'fore the arm can U come perfectly strung, i
Tart of thetiregou Alpine I lub eatnpe.l
her a few nays this week. They were on
thedr way to .Mount Hood which they ex-)-erte.l
to (limit to-day. Mr. lie Wert is pre.
pared to descet d the crater about twenty
feet and taKe in the interior. We think his
will '.can enviahlef '.') situation. Vnso.
Augm-t M, lvq.
J. Moore & Co., Prop'r.
All kiiulit of FISH ami roUl.TUY
Choice Salt Wider Fih, elnedny,
Thursiiays and Friilavs. Poultry
Isiught an. I sold.
orr.wiTa roe .v co, . oiittoox citv.
The lradiiiir, rhotinijihtT of
t ' it s v. li f 1 1: s r s i. t A v li i: s r I ; i : I : is.
S2.50 JPEI DOZEN
Ap-nttt for KNA1T. Hl'KHKI.L xt COVS. Coin,.lf
Full St.u k of liitnliiiji Tw in ntnl Oil,
nihilist price iiil fur nit kinds of I'ltn
mm f. II V.... - til 1... f .t-l.. I 1. ...
jaw oiu utisi'iui. inn niu im iiniir (trail Willi,
Our iiriivtt itroHtu li tlutt ymi can't nir.inl to piher.
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167 Itrst Street, Itet. Jtorrlaon ami Yamhill. I .ls I i
a oi i oiiina an. I I aaketa kei l South .vf PuMlaii.l. Alaortul
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T!l I'.lai-ksiuitliiii' on slitirt imtict.,
vol u liiimi ii fai th
I'e.ids' on the romlitiim of your stomach
and liver. These make uni'r lil.m.1 muni
or ha t.
MRS. C. H. L. BURMEISTi
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f..r tit- iiti-
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Art "'. laillMiu '
Oiu IViipiMH.r.il of Moors !(
c;i!od K(Mh ily uiil zm
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mvi M - i;.'M-.t!,.l i(i-tii.-.I rur.-l lil.u
t-s--''!'! " t! 'Inu-wrNti.
( reiiil to ln Tirol CIiks u.irk
Carding Rolls !
s.iiiiiniiir anil llnls for t oiiiforlcrH mill
JT" Ilitrlicst pi ice puiil for Wool.
MILWAUKEE CUSTOM CARDING MILLS.
' -A.2ST ID
OF ANY SIZES MANUFACTURED
: ParlioM iloairiiiK WimmI Turiilni;, Pat
leriiii, lirin kets, or
Shop Carpenters Work
Will ! Suited l.y Callinf on Me, I
Doors, Windows and Blinds
Q. H. BESTOW, ; ALL KT0PA1 U-TlsTO WAHHAN:
Watches, : Jewel
tlin t'oti'r... itt, mill I Inn,
Tin ha-e hall (.'nine ut Central Point was a
failure, jfulino failed to put in an aiipear
anee. Kreil Miller is Lack home Inini the Cas
cades, where he has heen at work.
Miss Martha Penman is home from Port
land. We understand that J, M. I'indlev and
family are jroing to move to California this
A mail is in our midst from East Wash
ington lookinjr for a home; hope he will lind
o:ie. And (Mother one in here looking fora
wife. Ho he find one.
i. If. Brown of thin plane has one to
Kastcrn Oregon to sell his timber claim.
Don't forget that the Central Point Liter-
8 y So. 1; jr commences next (Saturday evet,
tug, August 15th. Everybody invited.
Four weeks of good weather is I wc
want now to get the grain harvested and j
Grandma Burt was Imried at Oregon City
Arthur Burt is visiting his cousing at this
i A (.'critic shower interfering with our linr
vesting, I thought I would improve the time
by sending Tiik Entem'kihk a few items.
Grain, potatoes and hops all look well in
Jthig neighliorliood, and promise more than
an average yield.
The Alliance takes the lead, and we feel
dure the time will soon come when the op
pressor's hand will he stayed. The farmers
have been .fooled long enough. We Lave
about seventy-Hye or eighty members.
0. T. Howard, our miller, expects to buy
. 100,000 bushels of 'yvheat this fall.
Beme of (be neighbors are getting inter-
Harvesting operations have been greatly
retarded hy the late rains, hut since tl e
clear upevery iiiiiigiiiublcdeviee forslashicg
it down is being brought into reouisitioti.
and if the present line weather continues a
few days longer our tanners will ho'rcady
for the Hood.
The Alliance held an open meeting Inst
Saturday night. .Short addresses were made
by W. W. Myers, (j. K. II. Miller, W. F.
liraytnn, and T. B. liankins.
A great deal of merriment was created by
singing from the Alliance Songster a hymn
entitled, " The Granger's Yankee Doodle.'
There will be another open meeting on Sat
urday, August 21st. Every body invited.
1 1 li .l in
Iter county, ore- ACQ
K'Jll, nar what UT l
u now Baker City, PPIJ Ti JDl
a man who liaa ftinre VCJl UMI
become iilentific.l with the rcaourceHanU n r r
Hevelopment of that country. This mull AvjU
is no other than Mr. John Stewart, one of the
wealthiest and most influential citizens in the
county. In a recent letter he says : " I hail heen
suffering from pains In my back and general kid
ney complaint for some time, and had iisr.I many
remedies without any but tern jxirary relief. The
pains in my back hud become so severe that I was
prevented from attending to my work and could
not move about without the use of a cane. Hear-
ini?, through a friend, of the wonderful cures ef
fected by f irejron Kidney Tea, I was induced to try
a nox, and trom that very hrst dose I found Instant
relief, and before using half the contents of the
box the pains in my back entirely disappeared.
I have every faith in the virtues of the Oregon
Kidney Tea, and can conscientiously recommend
it to my friends. I would not be without it for
Oreiron Kidney Tea cures backache, inconti
nence of urine, brick dust sediment, burning or
painful sensation white urinating, and all affec
tions of the kidney or urinary organsof either sex,
FOIt HALE 11 V
CHAHMAN & CO., LiRU.iOISTS.
absolute ri'Ri; DRUGS j
Q A. HARDING.
COMPETENT PHARMACISTS EMCLOVIO
Fins Perfenerlss nl l:M Ar!l;!:s.
Alfcn ft (nil Mi irk. tif
PAINTy- OILS, KTf.
GUNSMITH AND LOCKSMITH
OroKon City, Oro'ron.
Kcpairson all kinds of in:il! nun hlnes
promptly tnu.ie. Inipil, ate k.-vs to
anv hu k iiianufiictureil. Shop' in
Wincset ,V Si ripture's blin k
Miii! 1 1 shop.
ill Jeweler, w
F. C. PBREY
A. I, COUNWAUS
NEW - DRUG STORE.
"-i I ; ot , ,M., .( m n , ,s ,
Wnichos, J(vdrj, Clocks and Oj
ALKfl IX DKtrfJS,
MOLALLA, 0 UHCi OX.
Iieuler In all kinds of
LIQUORS and Summitr DI!IXK,S.
None but the best brand of
Livery and Feed Stable,
With Ample, Accomodations.
Prlcn Heat-on able.
Full Stock Of
PrcHcriptioiiB carefully compound
ed. Store in PoHtoIIine Hiiild
ing. Agent for all had
ALL KIMlH OF
Tin, Sheet Iron, Cojiper, Roofing
Sjiouting and II limbing
Km Kirst Street, N,.;ir M , .,-riN,,,, s,.
oltlicii.s KIlnM i hi-:
l.ttilicH' I'rivnto EnlriitifP l'i
ot S'I KV Mil.li ITKII
ii b si
'l lie nek now l,.,ee, .,iK ,..alt.r in
A UllKAT SLAUCJIITEIt In Our
Work done to order at short notice and at
Reasonable 1'rlces at Seventh Htreet
A. W. HClIWAHf. P. 0. Box 838.
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