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Brief News lti ws From an Kiiierprls.
tnsr Corps of rornsioiuli'ts.
GtHirse liamljiH h.is his wluat stacked,
utid will cu be irmly fcr the thresher.
Charley IIinie.11, of lYrtUktid. i visilinu
Central Point Literary Svietety met Satur
day evening, villi apHnl hitmomlcoiiiany
of torty-five rviit The house w as called
to order tv the iwiiltiil, U'ster Inland.
The minutes ot the previous nicetim; wore
rend by the secretary, tieoiye Hyatt, Three
UMiHisals for membership earn itet Miss
Molt, Fred Mott ml Charles Rider. The
proiir:n was as follows:
!in)t ..Pave IVniimn,
Declamation Hurt Adams.
Recitation Millard Hyatt.
Song. Ellen Brown,
Recitation Oeo, Hyatt.
Reading lister l.etnd.
Harp Solo .....Wm. Ramlall.
Recitation Itia I.eland.
Recitation Annie Stowers.
Song (iN. M.'Arttmr.
The next mating will be held August?.).
There will be an ice cream s.cial at Sew
Kra next Saturday evening, August M,
given by the V. C. T. V. and Grangers at
Charles Foster is preparing to sot out a
large jieach orchard this fall.
Mrs. Samuel Brown is expecting visitors
front the Fast.
Mr. Randall has a new binder which is do
ing some good work in the grain fields. The
i'enmans also have a new binder. This is
getting to lie piite a wheat country.
Kapiervilte, Illinois, where he will remain
two years intending oollegw,
Rev. A. F.rnst.of Mountain View, deliv
ered a very instructive sermon here laxl Sun
August in, 18sl,
The farmers in this section are nearly
throcgh cutting grain, and w will soon
hear the pteas.nu hum of the thresher,
We had a lively rminwav In the burg one
day last week. Rev, V. W. (Hauler's team
got the advantage of him. The principal
diiniage done was throwing him down, hi
head striking the wheel of the wagon and
knocking him senseless for a time. Mr. A,
KeU'hton and C, ft. Lewis picked him up,
and he soon recovered all right.
Quite a number of the farmers of this
section attended the railroad meeting held
in l ewis's hall oil the Uth. I hope the
company will do as they aay they will do,
and build the road.
A number of strangers hare been looking
for hind lately in this section,
O, Cutting has sold hia farm two mi
nest of Viola to a party for nine thousand
Miss A, Higinhotham is going to teach
school in the l.ogan district: the school will
commence on (he 17th.
Minni Walker, of Fast Portland, is vis
iting at her uncle's W. H. Mattoon.
Mr. A, F. Mattoon, our mail carrier, is al
ways on time and is doing a good business
in carrying passengers from here to the sta
tion and back.
The young ladies of Viola organiiod a
serenade party one evening last week, and
had a nice time traveling around until mid
Harvesting in this locality is all done ex
eept some hue oats.
The fruit crop is rather lighter than in j
former years. j
Mr. Henry Ritchter is busily outraged j
spraying his hops which at present seem to I
be badly infected with vermin. !
August Hrenicr has his new house raised.
The main building is i-'xlVi, and two stories ;
Rev, Miller preached at the school house
Mr. Finn who has been working In I'ort-
land, came home Saturday.
I Miss Molly Hankius returned Thursday,
i alter a three month s visit in Colorado.
Miss Bessie Wntkins gave her young
house by adding a coat of p
Mrs. Litoureite, of McMinnville, and
Rev. Willanl Latourette and tamilv uft'aL
? a party Saturday evening.
Davis is improving the looks oi his ! ,umi(v
by Sliding a coat of paint. !
Capt. W, II. Smith and twnlly, aivoin
Mnted by Mr, Mack Rivera and his family,
left this week tor Neslmva, where they will
camp Tor awhile and enjoy the bracing sea
hrciineol the I'ncilie,
Miss IVnny, of Selwood, is spending a
lew week with her sister, Mrs, Ftanian,
IV, Cake, ol Portland, and taiuily, have
been camping in the lieautillil oak grove
near the store lor the past two week The
doolor will sml the remainder of his so
journ at his fruit farm near Oregon City,
and attend to the rieii!ng fruit Unit grows
on liis place. Many of our elllnon here
have expressed desire to have IV. Cuke
locate at this place.
Another uiny from Portland are here to
vamp mr awntie, iney nave selected
shady spot along the Clackamas, where
they will send the remainder of the sultry
days of August, fishing and rusticating.
1 he telephone at the Park Place store la
proving to le iiite useful, and la supplying
a long felt want.
Miss Maud Kenworthy returned last
Saturday to her home in Portland, after
spending the past two weeks with her aunt,
Mrs. J. A. Chase leaves this week for
short outing at Long Iteach,
tineas Mr, F.ditor, wo boasted lo much
last week about the tine weather and
w ill have to take aonie of R back now,
for the gentle Vain ia again tailing.
This will further delay the harvoat,
Wheat is neatly all thrashed; hut the
oat crop is yet out.
Quite a ''apriiikltna" of ihe Prairie
folks are rusticating at Wilhoit Springs.
Among the uuiuUt who have gone rt
centlv, are, Miss Hertha Marks and the
Misses liipson and Meiwrs. Tutu and
I'ncle Alex. Marks, of McMinnville,
w ho ow lies one of the largest fauna on
the I'mrio, was over here last week
looking after his crops. He reorta hav
ing a line yield of wheut of Ihe very best
Careful lii'iising. j jprXJ
I'lvwriplioiis Killed by Ompoleiit
Toilet Articles, IVi turnery. Klne Clfrtw.
8, S. Walker. F.M.lhikea,
Walker &. Dukes.
House, Sign ami Ornamental painting,
(iood woik guaranteed.
nor on rirru, nkak t ii. t. A i arttii n
HO FOR MOLALLA!
iROBBINS & SON
Have opt'iidl out tin large! Stock of (Iciicral
Kvcr Himight to Molalla.
tun aim k eiatoaee complete hue ol
PUY (iOOl'S, (iUtH'KKIKS, ClltH'KKUV. IIAUHWAHK, lii,,,-
ntul t'ATS. l.AIUKS nml (iKNTH Fl'ltvi
1 1 ATS
high, with an I. 14., story and a half. It i
is situated on a very sightly location, and ;
when completed nil! I a durableand beau-!
tiful addition to our neighborhood. I
ifomia, are eanipit gou their farm.
Mr. Finn and wile, of St. Joseph, Mis
souri, are visiting Mr. Richards.
Mi. Taylor is enlarging his house and
William Hankins who is teaching a term
of school near Molalla, snt Saturday and
Sunday at home.
The Misses Maggie and Emma Rolx-rts,
of Oregon City. sjnt Sunday w ith their
There will he an open meeting of the
Alliance Saturday evening F.verjbody
invited. J. I. C.
Thomas Biaiichard has his new house otherwise improving his farm,
neatly painted, and in appearance a well j Miss Kva Parks, of Harmony
as durability is second to but few 'country j (u,r , Mrs. Surlus.
houses in the county.
S. T. F'isher and family, of Elyville, vis
ited in this locality last Sunday with their
W. S. Rider and Co. w ill start their steam
thresher this week, and as they have a good
outfit added to Mr. Rider's experience of
over thirty years running threshing ma
chines, there can be no doubt of the good
work they will do.
J. C. Newberry, our worthy postmaster,
has had his office and residence refitted and
repainted, which adds greatly to the neat
appearance of things around his place.
Millard Hyatt did the work, and judging
from its apjiearance he knows how to sling
the paint brush as well as the pen.
If congratulations are in order Shorty
would like to congratulate Frank Reese, of
Highland, on his new departure of theOth.
We w ish him peace, pleasure and prosper
ity. We understand the Spiritualists' camp
meeting will commence again on September
4th, and continue until the 14th.
We are getting a little bit anxious about
Vntrr Pnmt r,irw.! lu.inloiif Tlie ,!-
, . , , . ., . I formerly Roberts'
resjtjnueill3 cumulus aic uafui, 'n .
without a few jolly words signed "H. M. B."
Your corresnndent tKik a triji to the (
magic town of Barlows a few days since, I
and was pleased to notice the great im-1
roveiueuts made in that place compared
to six months ugo. There appears to Ire a
Mr. Hen Wol'cr snvs he lost une or
i two small jobs of thrashing on account
of not having side-boards on his half
j bushels. But we can vouch for the (act
; that Mr, Wolfer lias no need of side
boards to bis measure.
Mr. Samuel Ogclshy was ipiite serious-
JOHN A. BECK,
Corner of Front and Morrison,
IS STILL ON KAISTIi.
For general rcmiriiig ht sttottlt
without a jH-cr. Fur first -clitss, ro
liaLlo gotHls hi rdoru U stvoml to
iuiu. Try liiin !
The Lcadins; I'luitttgnipluT of
CO R N K li V I ItST n i. T A Y I ,o I! S l it F. FT8.
Cabinet Photographs ;
S2.50 JPFjIZ DOZEN
Thwaito'a, Also Wn
Agents for KNAIT. Ht'lUtKM. vl CO'8. Con.,.t,.liBf
Full Stink of ItiinliiiK Tit ii n. I Oil.
Iliglitet I'rico pniil for nil kinU of ri!ti)(Y
gtT Oivo ui call. Vi'U will ! fairly I lt ith. ,g
Our jir'uvs rc such llmt ymi fttu't t1Vrl to go rUewhoro.
I l I-, S1 t.
The New Remedy, Absolutely pyre
A OREAT STJCOJ2SS.
Thousands Already Cured
lllilli il Irli mlitt,i lldt Imt mmslkal'lv mr.n-ll, l,. I.J u.
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JNDERTAKERS & EMDALMERg
Ijtrcest st.H 1 uf t'oltins mid t'u.teU k ! Solitli of t r t i ixt , Also
sml Mi ta lii I ,iki't itnil,i', lu.o.l. f l ,!n lliirml R.
lienl' I'ulrlill ill alia k
Prof. T. J. (iarv returned from Wasli-
ougal, Wasliii.ptou, last Tuesday.
Miss Annie Scott lias returned Iroin a visit
i to her aunt Mrs. Win. Seott, at Sherwood.
I A most disgraceful scene occurred last
Sunday evening on the grounds of the
Methodist caui-iiieeting, at Sandy crossing,
near Harmonv. Two voting men of that
vicinity had a rough and tumble tight, and
i we hear that it was all on account of a girl, j
Miss llattie Roiiuet has returned frum a j
j two weeks ,'Uit to her her many friends in
Oregon City. j
i We understand that the Milwaukie Land j
j Company, owners of Milwaukie Heights,!
ly ill las', week with a gathering
ill his throat, but we are- deused to
learn In is' now lietler and will 1m all
right again soon,
John McClellan has, wt understand,
at last introduced himself. Wonder If
that has anv thing to do with the very
stiff neck he is now sporting.
Jus. Howard, who has been batching
for a long time, lias also taken our advice
and introduced himself, mid now de-
: dares that no longer will he remain a
hatchelor. and if he is not successful in
his latest venture, lie will take a trip
Fast this full and bring out a partner
for life. Rut we know the Oregon girls
too well to Miove that they will let
let him go.
167 First Street, ht. Morrlwn anil Vsinhlll,
A. 1ST 3D
BOXES OF ANY SIZES MANUFACTURED
I,.. ! Parties desiring Wood Turning, Vat-
tern, Brackets, or
Shop Carpenter's Work
Will lie Suited by Calling on .Mo.
Doors, Windows and Blinds
- atni CarriaL't' Makiiis.', Horso Shooing mnl
ci'iil r.l.u ksinitliiiic on vlmrt iioliro.
MRS. C. H. L. BURMEISTER.
Wheat is going up, fariuors are happy, !
and ye reirter is tmi excited anil loo
hussy '.o write any more this time, hut j
look (or our next. ' Occasional. !
G. H. 33ESTOW,
KT"Opp. the Coiigregatioiinl Chun
Addition to Milwaukie, j City.
Harvesting In In lull tint!.
Burn -To the wife of J. ullhein, adauxhther.
Mr. K Kron I at present workuie hi Ornrnn
town of Bar-
lias given to the I. atlinlic college ten ai res
of laud, also the syndicate who purchased
the Hell wood trai t ju-t ohove the Heights,
have also given ten acres, making twenty
acres in all. The college is to place
$1oO,oii building or buildings, improve.1
merits to the amount ol ln.on) to be made
Mls Emily Wnnl Is vlslilmj her parents die j
past week j
Sir. Wni. Kntherfnrd h been ltt sick, hut 1
Is slowly reeoverlnx,
A number of Ihe people nf HlghUu.l, have re
turned from Wilhoit Springs.
! within Oi vi-ar.
j Miss Ma:
grand future for the cumin
('. V. Dixand Co., of Cauby, have their
saw mill in running operation, and will saw '
mostly railroad ties and timbers.
Parties desirous of small homes at low
prices, in a (row I locality, ami one ot the;
i-su e.s.....,w.. ... .u,j -- i,t it makes work lor the black,
well to come to New Kra.
John Zin. of Washington, is in our
ini'l-t, and intends to purciiase a home
here. Mr. Zin thinks this the finest coun
try he ever saw.
Mrs. Dr. Casto met with a severe accident
on Friday of last week. While she was re
turning from Mrs. tiurley's in a single
buggy the king bolt gave way which ciuscd
the forward wheels and axle to pull from
under the bed, thus throwing Mrs. Casta
forward over the dashboard on the ground,
spraining one shoulder badly and bruising
her face a good deal. Dr. Casto was sent
for at once, and since then we have heard
nothing as to Mrs, Casto's condition, but
trust there is nothing of a serious nature.
August 17, ln.
s Roger has returned from
be was a. co u 1 1, a 1 1 ied hv her
friends the Misses Fanno and Stephens,
who will remain a short time.
There were a scries of runaway accidents
last week which were very expensive ones;
Harvesting is in full blast, and is two
weeks later than it has been in the last ten
years. It is nothing unusual to hear the
binder at nine or ten o'clock at night,
Ed. Hornshuh had his leg badly hurt last
FriJay. He was running a binder which I
upset, throwing him about fifteen feet,
Mike Moehnke has built a nice two story
cottage in place of the one that was burned.
He moved in last week.
Mr. F. I'.luhm bought a new empire binder
Mrs. Jiluhm, of Oregon City, is here vis
iting friends and relatives.
Jjoi ii, to the wile of Jacob (irosxiuiliur, a
Mr, K. Hchuhel, of Mountain View, is here
exen i-ing his muscle:: on the farm.
The planer-at Martin A Son's saw mill can
he heard himmiuig after night, they having
a mi! !or uresseu liimuer.
Henry Hornshuh will leave Thursday for!
fjigle t reek.
The threshing machine Cometh and the
gleaner of sheaves rejoiceth. An abundant
harvest and good prices still prevail. This
certainly is no detriment to the farmer. If
the fanner has produce to sell, the con
sumer need not starve; hence all are happy.
The new Foster residence begins to as
sume shape, as to the ground plan, Mr.
F.der having the foundation about laid.
The new grocery will be in shape for
business in a few days.
The "Last Chance" is not very noisy,
which show that the proprietor either
keeps a very orderly house or has but little
Miss Laura Howlett, while digging pota
toes for dinner, found eighty in one hill.
Who can tat it.
Mr, Bowen who had an ovarian tumor
removed on the 2i4th ult., is fast recovering.
Mrs. Linn, mother of James and Everett
Linn, of Currinsville, died on the 14th inst.
of relapsing fever. Deceased came to this
part of Oregon in an early day from Illinois,
tilie was T.'i years old, and is mourned by a
large circle ol friends.
Chester Jaques sold two lots of 100 feet
s.iiare each for $100 per lot, and had the
! same oiler for another but refused to sell.
! fc'TIJIlKNT, j
Mrs. Thomas Jones, has l.een lylmt iille sick
with a p-irtl.il paraletlc stroke, hut Is slowly
Several parties from this plnee went lo the
mountains niter l.lacktierrlcs. They returned
with a few itttllims and report hlaekherrles
At the ntllriiinl ineetlng held here Am. 10.
Hon. Avpr. of Portland, made a rousing
speech, and told the people the need of a rail
road and how Ihe country could he henefltii-d.
Have not IjohiiI the train whistle yet, hut hope
to soon. (iri'sitr.
ABSOLUTELY . PURE DFxUGS
- no to !
r A. HARDING.!
COMPETENT PHAKMACISTS EMPLOYED j
Flue Perfumeries and Toilet Articles.
Also full stock ef
iF-AIlTTS- OILS, Kiv
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j ALL REPAIRING
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m m mm 9- im mm mn tt wm mw
Watches, ; Jewelry,
fie Portlii Jewel
j FRANK NELDON,
I GUNSMITH AND LOCKSMITH!
j Oregon City, OreKon. j
Ib'pairs on nil kirnja of -owil! inucbliies 1
I ir.ini.tly inu.le. l)iiui. ute keys to :
j anv lock iiiimiifiicinri'.!. Shop' in j
i Winesct Scri,iiri-'n bin. k-
Mm it It shop. i
; lMI'.il, I Kit j uK j'jM. : 10 Hill s I
Waiches, Jewelry, C0(.s all(
A. I, COliNWAL
ow r.ui, t,iii,t nMorkitvy - URUu STORE.
Firxt Street, Nmr M,
St. l.a.licH' rnvHto .'i,lrniirt I'l'-taim
'I lib l oi NTKV finl.li I I KII
MiiiuiiiiK mid lints for ( oinrortern anil
tW Highest pi ice paiil for Wool.
MILWAUKEE CUSTOM CARDIN8 MILLS
DEALER IN DltlKiS,
eiill : & ill
There Bet- AtinDTCD
gon, near whet J I
tied in Ba
ker connty, Ore- f n n
Messrs H'-hftTve ife Mfiy;r hav purfihfiM'd a
frH'.'tlon fiiitrinc of tun horfit powi:r to run thuir
Hip'irator wi'h tliih miihon.
is now Baker City, p P W T T D V
a man who has since LCJl 1 Uill
become identified with the resourced and fl f f
development of that country. This man IVjU
is no other than Mr. John Stewart, one ol the
wealth lent and most influential eitizenH in the
county. In a recent letter he nays : " I had been
BUiTeiing from pain in my back and general kid
nry complaint for some time, and had uned many
remedies without any but temporary relief. The
pains in my back had become ho severe that I was
prevented from attending to my work and could
not move about without the une of a cane. Hear
ing, through a friend, of the wonderful cures ef
fected by Oregon Kidney Tea, I wan induced to try
a box, and from that very first dose I found instant
relief, and before using half the contents of the
box the pains in niyback ent irely disappeared.
I have every faith in the vlriu'-s of Die Oregon
Kidney Tea, and can roiw:H'nljouiy nmmiiinif
it to my friends. I would not be without U for
Full Stock of
PriiHcriptionH carefully crimpou rul
ed. Store in I'oHtolIieo Build
ing. Agent for all load
It is reM,rt.-. llmt Mrs. .Melch. r luis jirewiiteil j '0ntm KMn-, Tea cure telcwhe, Inrotill.
her only son, Henry, ivith h() wm of limil, nciice of urine, l.riik dint nedinu nt, lui ititi tr or
S..m winter wlmut that 1ms been thn-he.l ri"f"l srasiiiion while uriii!itiiiK, au.1 all uflcc-
,.,,.. u, UIK Kinney ui m ui.i, y ui ;iiiim tunc. i;jt,
Kllli BAI.K II V
ha turned out fairly well.
Subncrilje for The Extkki'Kihe.
CifAHMAX & CO., IUC(iifSTS.
AIX KINDS OK
Tin, Sheet Iron, Copper, Roofing,
Spouting and Plumbing.
Work done to orilur nt Hhort hotlee und n
KcinonnMc I'rleeH ill Huvenlli Htreet
a. vf.tivnwAx, i'. . ik.x m
TlllMIL'kll(lwll llKl'. llMlilg4,,,,r,
A (iKKAT SLAI'dlllTKIl In Our
S ii al Sih H!
were sm li bargains oH'cml in
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