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i Mr, thivul UoU'son is hauling lumber j tivt mtmlr of men out of iiittplovtueoi
for tit. irwHH'tiv mmi.n of Mr. IVI. j up them.
; louti)- ia.ui would .hi well to watch It
i progress. I'ii.knix.
Brief w Item Kr.nn n Kiileritrls'
iitc Corps f Corrt'spoutlonts.
Smly j Ou.-kasu, Or,, S-t. K. Johnson
SUni-v. Or., Sent. ..- . tolin H. Rmw fa. having hM time. His hums went so
has houghl iIi!im.t.iI moivimi.tise vr ami ho sutlers pin from Internal in
of hi- fattaitr, KmrnM Kmie,ml willsm- i juries. PavM TulU-rl U recovering,
i ot me nusnics-i n rvauer, no is aim i , i-,u,, ,fn, , ... ., ,, .
, .. , . ,. ilr "'''.v. of Phuuummis, mid Miss Slo ' llunn.
... ..... st.v.,: ,1,1,1 ti.s.iwl'ii,' t., ili,.r,ie., it. i .. ...
' " j IXv were united In marring hot week.
,r ' il'h.y havo the Wt wishes of h host of
Mr. atul Mm, Thomas Lawrence havo a ; lViomls.
ilatnihter, horn hist wS, f ,-,., ,. ,. . , ,
' Mr. l.tvgory, a tormer townsman, into re-
Mr. ami Mm, 1'nt liillatu arrival hew
School eouiiiiei..'d Mo.lay with l'rotV.r
Kvanaaa principal "' H W iih
.,,11 il Miu Miirv lliikoor Ms,ta.l
Srviroar., Or., Sept. i. 5 01dcnsta.lt
ha hauled lumber to tmihl house.
H, rrohaso poison I a coyote.
Thrashing clover is the order of the .lay.
A .tatv.v was given at Mr. V. l I'.atwr's
tin ii. lie remarked thai Clackamas lias
had a great growth sine he, was here,
li.vrge T. lVdtiu.n,of I'ortland has sol.l
seveiai uaeis in t lacMu.as Kivot-i.lo to , m,,!..,- i.,r s,,.oi,.,-. ,i ,
li ties who iv ill tntil.t and live on the )n- ., , , ., ' , ,
! jilt rvmrnnt from Cutttornia.
Im, K, county, Ki-n.m ky la, ck. m' " " ,
Tin,-,m. hor, on their ,Hl,li tllr, a,l '' '"r,H' "", . " ' ' a , . r
almoly llk o,,r outitry M well , J vwy fc.rti.Mai.-ln wurli.ml.-H M r
un.l.'i-stnn.l they Int.'ii.l to may will. n.
They are Iniih aKoe this avvra .li..l! MraJ. 0. Huy h.ii lh itvitl..M hal.y
ti'ii.'lu.i's an.t anv .tiMi'i.-t not iu.i.li..t ! in Omvw, at.,1 In tin' .iv, it a an Omv,..
vvoul.l lK.lort.inat to swotirv oiieorMli ol j (to I'alu that oarricl oil II. Hl ll.i' v.
j ihiMtiKit in I'l.ilh.n.l lo(v.'a.Hi-o. li.'K..
; . , . i . .. i .....i t..,..
Mr J. r. tolo has to p hl (ram roa.l ;
on tlu. iwintv roa.1 an. I mov,., iti,t to! Some very tine r.i.elif.'. ... U'lim I'.t.U
Hear .-n-,-k wlieivl.e has a Inwrowvol men ! '"''f' 'U''"'y 'llu'
lowiliK. TI.ey Intel,.! to loll winter a,h the iv.ite. i.ii lal.l all .n.r H..U t.. ..!...
will i!tt out p.wsilily a nullion feel of l.n
fortheir larp (.wx.lIN at Aurora.
HO FOR MOLALLA!
:R0BBINS & 30
Havo oponcl nut tin- hup1! Stock ir (i.tl
Mr. Uoo, Olhel.l .ltute.l lnt- Vc.li.e!a
Ilvof Hroulit to Molnilii,
iu,,,r .u .c.'huma in i i . . ; . . . i .
:...., ,. i ... . ,mh.-r . i;.,,,,.., .i f... ...... .
' P..M...,,.,g..., ....,- .......... "'-!1u;,(;,ntial (,i
rrofesMr ov;.io ,r has been livlurin in !
Vrij IVn I th.-i'a.t w,rk. He was not verv
in iers, ea.ne verv near luiv- I
i"H a serious n.viileiit lust Tuovlay evening.
ashe va.s n-l'.irnini! Iron, a liitle iunn ami'
when near llowaril'a pla.'v he otoi.iHsl to:
M irri.i. at I'o-iian.t. ore.n, SM.temK-r i ', .. , ..?? . . i talk to some men ami w l.ile talking restr.l '
lI.O.M..,l!e.,.f StatroM. ami mV T' " 1 l, , hiel, wasa .loul.le l.arr.,1 .. !
I m . ..in mini me r.as. ami nui make ttieir ;
; home lieiv. Mr. liolmes is another new-1
.ommer who ia also welcome,!, We are I
s iila-1 to see a kkh! class ol eo.le eomiiiK !
an.IIUI IIIsl.es IH Cliueiu . in m.rs'...
Tin. net meellnis of thi'Oswepi (traiute
(se.'oiul,aliii.lav liiOeti.tierV will I'e the an
nual harvest .linner. Meml.er from .siur
KiaiiK'es are mvite.l to atleiel. A line In
entry nu:raiti is Ivihk arra.i(j."i lot' i.ieo. .
A, K. Shipley ami lumily have mo. e I to . y,.,,,)
t'orv. tlhs. lie l livasuvor of the slate acil
culliiral coll. ge then1. I'u
Iti.r ai.B k tail. .. emiiplele line v.l
I II1V (IOOlS, (UIOCKUIKS, CKOCKKItV, IIAUDWAUK
ttti.l SIIKKS, It ATS itii.irArS. I.AI'II.S ii.I uknts ki
I Mi tit)tiS. TOll.KT AUTl' l.KS, K IT,
u- KNAI'I', lU'UllKI.I. .V CO'S. Vi,ct(
,Tn!:. l e.vis, of M.irpiasti II Mihts. The
ha . pair will resi.le o.i a t.iriti near Staf
fer 1. Wi I NS,
Men hi. in View.
Morsr.ts Vikw. Or., Sept. -JS, - Mr. Hit'- i
for!, of !o,.a, has We-ht a lot ol K. A. l'.iy,
an l will at once Wfin tiic rnvtion of a ;
lu.vu rn tiHIaiTe.
Our ilay tliis week we saw over one hun-
liiv,! sacks ot potatoes stan H")!on one small ,
tract, ami still they wcie not i.li du. j
. A. Klyan.lJ. W. iJrout are- now t;et- j
tins out lumK-r tor a !ir-t class silcwalk'
thi-oujli the cut on the tat snie of the
M. M. M.a'.ehau of t!ii plai-e lot three
Taiual.Ie horses a shi.ri time since with a
c .. implication of lui.iia-i.l ki.h.ey irouide.
A nun. her of meu have t'.ieir i es on
Mountain View v;;h t!:e il.tlM.tion of leak- ' !
the sap between I'orllaiHl ami Orejjoti t'ity.
The Farmers.' nlltai.it. i gainiii)! in iiiem-iH-rsliip.
It iseHMc.l Unit I're.snlet.t I'm
ofihe mitioi.al alliance will ttU.lress the
people at Onvton I'ity in iMoIht ami a
itraml rally of the tanners is propose.!,
Mr. Youmaea has been raising stun ps
Hiiick - w uh powvh r. TkauKsci;.
T!1V fir' IS.
Kim, nuul.ilnwnar,ls on his rljtht foot
lloth harrvU of the gun went cm kivl am! I A TttrlfH lliillilrl t tilt' 1'imthllU t.f ;
while lalkii.ft, his lltiktir acci.lently to.i. he.1 1 flu1 CitMUiile Mi.ttlllillHt.
trie tricKer an.t lliechai;e tore a latiro hole
t'i a;iisvii.i k. Or.. Sept :',- Mr. K.I lien- i
ry lias .,.!,! ,js place ami R..iit to San Ih. o, I
in the toe ol his hraml new thiol hut luckily
none of the shot took eil.ft in his foot.
I", K.H'hcr, the miry man, ent a l.tri-e
tl.h k of his tine birds to the r.irtlan,! hair.
jt'hris will receive his share of the honors
i for his a it only die It'st. Oc. asio.v u .
j futi-s, Or., Sept. J'heei.ic.r of the M.
: K. church has lost its ass(,iat ,,..,,,;
Miss 11,11 Hover, who has lately taken a s.t
j nation in the Insane asylum at Salem, as
j attendant in the convalescent ward.
i ii it their future home.
M.vi'i- I.v.xk. Or.. Sept. J:1. - ii, W. Al.len
has loovcl to Onvott i'ity t,i Iv in arer his
f'Usiness, We are orr to !oe sit. Ii neiU-Isirs.
Mr. Worms i
tht'1'..l. May i !a e. W.
Wnm-U T." II. tl.it kit
come to live a.t i; us.
.i.-'.t tlt ii !i-0
s )!:., -e.
ed on to
'I Ke new sch.l house in district No. !'.' is
iciriii;; completion ami willhcan orn.imci.t
to this part of the -outity.
!r. Nick Mcl'ord is tluvshtni; in liarticl.l.
.in,) uil! II ....!
' I Mr. Krank IVniKherty and wife were in
Mr I ..thick will soon move on the place , ,-iirus few .lavs hist week, lie came to
lie ! urchttse.l .,f Mr. llenrv. lie is a re-, l,H.k after H.e l.i . f i,i ;
l'em..crat.sofi;ai-lie!d,piLste Hits , !,,. r,lnil m.,r,, Mr, 1 . t tl. ( , ,. r I - in.-
, proved Ihe opportunity to visit anion j h.r
Katlroad f.-ver i ratij; here and himl is ! titimcroin friends,
rapidly advancing in price. I..k out for a ! The new M. 1C. church pr.-aeier on this
cin-uit met his appointinent last Saturday
Some of our prune raisers are tiHiklti a . eveiiitii:. Mr. howth r has in a UrRe m. as
Httle blue on a. t'.oir.t of the low price of - tnv the itirt of sons;, and the praise s,-ri tie
i in vour hats.
i About nev.'ii miles uotllio.ist of Sandy,
n.-roaa the muddy Sandy, made so hv
: the uriiidiiiii t;l.tcici's ainoui; whicli it has
1 it ooiuvt', and about thico u.ilcs be
, yotnljtho distal wutciK ol Ihill linn,
' may be found the post ollico mid wt-
tlctiieiit known as Aims I'poti one's
I I'trst visit to this phi. 0 he is staltlcd by
its liist appeal. .me as II thloHll
the (jiccii timber w hi. h mu ioiiihU it,
l icilt the vv il.lct ncss of Ihe ion ronmliivs
; o( the foiesl piimevat as lo.iinl in the
(.'tiMiide toolhills one catches a jjl'ii'l'"''
of neatly painted ami ivinmodiutis
biiildiiik's ami a few moments lau-i
the t'liMiitiK vvlii. li sin rounds these
sir tic! tires is tvached and the traveler
finds lliinself bediro K. S, liiamliaU'i.
lilcnsitnt lion.e. The air of thiilt which
piovails, speaks plainer tl an wol.U oi
the industrious habits of lit., uvu.eisof
the place. The handsome llowcr garden
! Full St.n k of Itiitiliurf T in loul Uil.
Itiltt 't I'ri.'o (mill fur nil kituls nf hi'
CP tltvo us a call. V.ut W ill U fdit'lv tl.iill w j.
Our I'rifvs nro sin Ii thai v.'H oittt'l tilVi.nl t.t .t olscw I,, ,,.
Vtot wit! save lu.'li. v .y t.i!.. i.,' y.mr MACHINERY
Thf OK K( JON CITY IKON WOE
Tho l st .d" tii.iS nil ti'.-.l, aii'l ti.'iic loit tkiH.i !al,tF.
(iivo its it trial .itol w e if toir .ticcs tiro n.d im low s the ,, .
hoi k i;tiiir.tiiie. , tis rci.r. si i,t, .1. A.l w..tk
..l.s u!!oii'! .1 to n i!
(".fttlips l"ll!li;-lie.l A;', lit
"rii'tii.tt Mci.tl. ittol , ri-m's .'
All kin. Is i.f
Supplier Kept on Ht.ntl.
f..f Wuf-I A r.nt'lv'n IVlditr
ell' l.tildii-utiiti; iHickiii
li.uie is n.'.triiiu
.pitted a ned litu:
Mr. A. Mot;
t'ryer. hut i; w
I e to.-k it i!
T hi' h ,1m.' w
Mrs. lJ..,vt i
littcst i eil.irs i
walls a f.,,,t t!
..it to hi
r.t!tiK. leer's new
Co:: phpou. and W he, I Co
ill lake p er
Our ii, er . ;sois ill soon couimciieedoini;
the i-'i! road work in ti.is ,1,-irict, No. 1 1,
Several pa;ties have returned from the
mountains loaded down wun inn klelu-rnes,
hut n. hears. Vmk.
which he led before prcsehina was helnful ! 1 '' huincd, planted !
and inspirit.);. The o retail, which we have . "'l presided over by Mrs lUainhiill, i
eotistdrred a sor iiistriiine.it, respond, d to w ill Imt fail to attract uml please the
ti.e ton, h, if a nuotcr. i most cultivated tt"l ... olt 'M ust.
Mrs. Uhuer Cooper is happy over the ar
rival ot her p..nuts. Mr. ami Mrs, I;, oven,
and hcryoui s; Luther from Kansas.
Se.eral parties hae iwn throm;!. t,i, u
et'iiiv lo,,' in; at an l pricini fartns. fi ev
A hunt ctv'tit
Was landed tu
hie lions,, innv .
veats ni;o Mr. lit alidiaii
af where his eoint"ita
tan.U, in the tide i n "
.1 AMI-IS I OAK i) A CO., I'roprictuix
Shop. 5th and Water Sts., Oregon City, Or
A A!l.ii.-t.l'- t:
Wli II. OT.
' , r and
Iv ha, ,
T h res
rk expend, 1
poor nn to very
the amount o!
1 reparation of the
till I w ciieaper pia- e, coltsideriutf the
, 'inality of land and imnrovenients, linn arc
to he lound rii;:il here. Hut an eleetne ear
line on (Ms Molalla road, or st.-am railway
'Hear by, will speedily ei.han.e llie v.ti ie ol
West Hrrjim t'ity.
Mr. JSatilne.i'is hm! if:. s- a d ec
e:t his rca! c.tai.- h re i':.i.
tenth house luttlt licrclhis year.
Mr. and Mrs Johnson have returned from
Salem, having visited tiie fair uhiic tnere.
Messrs. (iihhati.l Ford have i,cen lU-iner-itiii
wood for the scho '!.
TIios. Smith is e.vpe 'ted home from ttie
hospital this v-e. k.
Mr. fVlmudie i harins a w.-II Ji.
Klii.i;er an.'. Hansen !
seavd their church
add to the comfort of
Ti.e I'.aplists have
siih eiiairs. which ui
tioisf aUrtniin; wrvi.v.
Your corn-snoti'lent visi'is! the evposj
thm in I'ortlaii-l last week. It is a -rand
su.vts-., and s;:.ks volumes f,,r t i : o ru.lui'-
tlVelles. f (liegoil,
MonsTAiB Home, Sept. i!5. Since
; 1 here is still consiilerahle sickness in this
nettliiatlitMal. .Itmiiis tints,, on the sick
h'-t an- a 1 i M ! child or 1!, I". Hoyles and
the wiie of Isaiah Itoyle-.
I he i;nellville s. !um. o.ncd otic neck
tu.". nvlay. with Miss Winnie liraham as
te.ii lier. Ihis being her second term in the
l'rof. ssor llork is to speak at the Kusscll-
iile srl.ool house at 1 i. M. ii. IoIkt 7.
The presbytery lor this district of Ihe
Cumberland Pf-liyteriatt rhurcli meets in
I'.Us e'h iiif on ihiday Mint the fourth
Sun 'ay in October. In aiaieipation of the
evetit it is noticed that the chickens already
bi'pii to roost
It may not he iieoerallv known that we
liavetiof the nt.M moral commtuiities in
j the country, A mom: the churches rcprr-
senteu here are the North ami South Meth
odists, Ihiptists, 'uiiilerhi!ul Presbyterian
,j and Campbeliites, wiih a goodly sprinkling
: of highly moral sinners intermixed; soyou
j see we (,'n on the old principle we pays our
I money ami we takes our choice.
nuset ot life
Inn im - In a!
-t thiif sluidoW's
e hoi s
writing joy lias ha I tins mastery of Thomas
Kernes it. such a way as to cause him to be
oblivious to all except his little nine pound
AVni. Henderson was presented with a pair
of twin boys the 5th instant, but one died a
short time since. The other is doing well.
Mr. and Mrs. Msly, of Portland, are visit
ing relatives and friends here. Mrs. Xisley,
nee li.s.s Jennie Woodward, was formerly a
resident of Mountain Home, and is wel
comed back by many friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Aldredge, of Oregon City,
were the guests of Mr. and Mra. S. fioylan,
A large congregation assembled at the
fchool house on the2hth, und after Sunday
school listened to an able discourse by liev.
P.. Miller, of Oregon t'ity. There was
preaching again in the afternoon at 3
o'clock. There will be preaching again in
three weeks. Ukcnktte.
Meaijow Brook, Or. Kept. 20. Mr. Frank
Itobeson and wife have returned to this
section to make their future home. Krank
and hia young wife left hereabout a year
ai;o since which time they natl made their
home on the Cowlitz river, Wash. Wel
come hack, Frank, to the best country that
ever grew potatoes and wild cats.
Mr. George Ball has just completed a
cozy little dwelling.
Mr. C. C. Howard started for Lawrence,
Kansas, on the Kith inst where his family
resides, in expectation of returning here in
the spring. Mr. Howard has been in Ore
gon about four months, during which time
he has seen nearly every s'piare mile of the
eastern half of Clackamas comity, having
doling which time been the traveling
companion of E. A. Wright, our county
rcpro.auitative of the. State insurance com
pany. Mr. Howard ivas w.ii pha-.-or
couotv and upon Ins; iviurii
ISkavkr Cuekk, Sept. J7.-W. Si. Hitler's
thresher laid up last Wednesday after a run
of twenty-live .lavs. The chopper will be
ready to stmt to-morrow und will chop
Monday of each week.
William Miller haj re-leased the farnt'of
Mrs. Stoker for twelve months for $125.
Valentine Stoker has taken up a land
claim near the head of Canyon creek in the
The party that went to the coast in oncst
of game succeeded in captuririga hear, linos
Cahill being the successful marksman.
The directors of this school district seem
to have ill luck. They have hired two teach
ers to teach this winter. The first one
failed to raise her grade of certificate; the
other withdrew from her engagement to ac
cept a year's position in Salem; and now
the directors are endeavoring to find an
other to instruct the "Young America."
lister M. Leland has a turkey gobbler
whose intentions are good but his calcula
tions are had. He has been vainly trying
to produce life from nine apples under a
tree for the past week.
B. C, Leland will ship his apple crop to
The literary society will give a shoe social
" Going to the fair?'' is the question now
adays. Your corresrondent will attend the
Portland exposition next Saturday evening.
Died: the infant daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Terrill Osborne, Sept 21. Tiie remains
were interred in the Canby cemetery. The
sorrow stricken parents have the sympathy
of the entire community. Native.
i "Tis ih,
i And coming events
! before .'
j Tlcrc's an echo of wedding I
lair, and odors nf weddlni! cake.
i expect to "see fun" Thursday eve.
Mr Joseph Kat.ui, Mrs. Cronley and
(Iran I ma Ske. d are on the ei e of departure
i for Cob. radii. We are sorry to lose th"ir
I presence among usb.it wish thcu. a leoiu-
i fort and prosperity in their n.-iv home.
i Mr. Closju, a gentleman from Kansas, i
j at present in ( aru, vi-iting his friends. u,
; family of Mr. K. Milo Coocr. He is .on-
jsidering tiie feasibility of opening anew
i feed store in I'ortlaml or Salem,
The wife of Mr. i'avi l Williams gave
i birth ton sou about two weeks uo. A lew
j days later, she ileu'lopcl symptoms of ab-
..eianon oi muni, ami graauaily grew
more violent, until last Friday, her husband
was obliged to take her to the asylum at
Sal. in. The young couple recently came
from Kansas, and were living in the home
of l'r. James. They have the sympathy
of all who knew about the case. Mr. and
Mrs. Daniels of Heaver Cieck have charge
ol the little one for the present. '
A wheel on the ctiginn at McCord'a mill
flew to pieces last Monday eve. No one
was injured. Cai.i.a.
Marks Praiiue, Or., Sept. 31). Charlie
Smith started for Missouri last, Wednesday.
d with ! We judge he must have been in a hurry to
ii.l'u,'! ' ! go, lor he left Inn prairie bareheaded.
engaging i.i pi'ine, lubure. Nothing hut
th bright n.emorie.i of "Th" Girl f i l't
D"!.;!., jf,.," ,,;.,! t.ave iu.io,.,. i p;
remain away from our glorious climate even
for one h'. asoji.
.Mr. K. E. Cunningham returned from
fJraidwIali', Mont., last Kalurday. He says
he is glad to get bn.-k to old Webfoot again
where potatoes are cheap and blizzards un
known. He reports business dull and a
Oswp.no, Or., Sept. 2o. Miss Ituth Cop
ley, of Portland, visited Miss Bessie Fox,
of this place, last w eek.
Melviu Carter, of Glencoe, returned home
Friday. E. L. Davidson went with him.
Miss Norma Fox began her school at Dur
ham's Hill last Monday.
Mrs. Fish burn and daughter Ada went to
Corviillis Friday. Miss Ada will attend
school there this year.
Misses Kale Wigand and Maggie O'Brien
were visiting Miss Katie Donelson Saturday.
A.R. Shipley moved toCorvallis last week.
Master Hantiolph will attend school there.
OswKoo,Or.,8ept. 30. The rain continues
to descend In torrents, and the mud on our
streets is getting quite deep. The wind is
blowing a perfect gale, and as it whistles
around the comers of our buildings, carry
ing the beautifully tinted autumn loaves in
circling eddies, it reminds one of the ap
proach of winter.
If one were to judge by appearances, Geo.
W. Prosser is the proudest man in Oswego.
I tis a ten pound boy this time; fifth child
A special train leaves Portland for Oswego
at 11:30 r. M. Wednesday and Saturday to
accommodate those who Wisli to visit the
An infant son of Mr. and Mrs, T. Fox
was buried lust Friday.
George Brown and Philo Zimmerman, of
Oswego, ar! unending the high school in
The while ribbon parly at, A. Kliuefcller's
In -l -Thursday was a very pleasant alfair
These parlies are becoming ipiile popular
and nrc well allci ded by our young people
Mrs. T. Brown, our lea ling dressmaker,
is very busy just now. , Gossips say there is
to be a wedding soon.
ui the on I of the wagon r.c.d, lie I;... I
iii.ll.iiii but his household elf. 1 1, and
i was owing seven doilats Today he
owna hall is,.,tioii .if line bind, a
lioti-e and barn that would ,k well on it
New Fnt;iand lain, and a saw nli luitb
phtner at taehiueiihs, bes..!,, stock and
improvements, ijuite a dealing s.u ,
' roiinds the premises, and nltb"iigh Mr. ;
lliainball makes it his hnin.'s i.'tiiuj
tho sawmill, he is each year dealing!
saway the standing tinilnT and in.-1
ding to his cultivate ! acics. l'.cidi- j
vc-ctaMcs, bay ami cereals, l.o has!
bcaiing a line Voiiiio nndiaid wherein!
,weii to be seen plums, )sMcht-s, piutii'H. i
; pears, apples and eheirics. All eccpt J
the peaches wete Ihriviin: well. The
' soil seems to be lin king the sand re-!
!ipnrcd for successful peach gu.wth.
in Ibis uichard the tree biiincbes ait'i
tied up in a novel manner to prevent;
them from breaking with heavy loads:
of fruits; iz. a slake is cut the light ;
length to reach above the binticlics To
this a if attache 1 baling cords hdt banc,. !
ing low enough to tic it to the bran. !,c
when the Make is set vertically beside ;
the lice trunk. One branch imiv be
tied ill several places it desiicd or;
liei'ileil. The plan works much bettei 1
than the Usual on., of pmps beneath the !
Mr. I'.iamhiill was lol.l when lie.locidcd
to locale across Hull llun that it ..uld !
not be settle! oler therein twenty years
an. I that he never Would havo nnv I
neighbors. Today he has lota o them,
imuiy of whom are, prospcroiia like him
self, ami the settlement now extends
several milea lieyoml Aims post ollice,
which now receives a semi-weekly mail,
Ono man in the settleuietit foeuiH to be
in a fair way to open up a tdore, as hu
now advertises staple groceries for sale.
The day is not far distant when the
placo will be honored with the advent
of a store after which a blacksmith's
Hhop will soon fo'low so that before the
town has doubled its ptesent age it will
doubtless be quite a village. ;,
MRS. G. H. L. BURMEIST
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oi ii roll jeweler. P
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Walchrs, Jewelry, Clocks and ft
Kenlh of Volncy Muhs.
Volney Moss died at thu residenoo
of his sister Mra. Thoo. Clark last Sun
day mornitij-. Ho wan addicted to tl.o
H86 of morphine. Two or thrett daya
hitforo his death he Hprained his ankle
anil complicatioiia et in tliat ntHulted
fatally. Ho was about thirty yttars of
aue. Tlio funeral occurred Tuesdav
from the residenco and the burial was
in Mount View cjmutery.
The Liitt Ht Nchh.
The Kast Portland Chronical printiii)
eHtablislnnent burned Tuesday morning
entailing a loss of $5000 ; itiHiminco $L'nt lit.
General BoulaiiKer, the famous i'rencli.
man, 'committed suicide at tlio itnive ol
tiin iiiistresH in BrtisHtdH AVednpBday.
Edward Hanlonand William J. .(.)'( 'on
nor formerly champion oamutn of Ihe
world will atlend Ihe roi-lland rc;,'a!l.i
The farmer's friend lias for iminy
ycurn been lb'. ,J. II. .McLean's Vol-
eanio Oil Liniment, for liorsost, rattle, i
lions and sheep. II, has proved its j
worth in thouuand cases,
i'trst St net. Near Morrison St. I,t,lie' l'rU-,.t.. Kt.iranre 1',
Ulllil Its kui.m 'nn; ( tit Yi uY stil.li'lTKH
To Dress Well and Neat1
IS A WOMAN'S PRIDE.
Have the finest assortment, embracing the latest stylo! ol
Ever Brought to Orocon City.
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Ladies' Wraps and Jack.
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MiallV I'lilnli i.i.. nn,l i
Prices Never Before Offered in This 0