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AS lXTKRKSTIXU HATCH OK XF.WS
Ilors ami It liter Fall Twenlj-flv IWt
1ii( rt Not Injured. fs About
the Tonti rersimnl .Mention.
OswK.io, March a. Usl Monday even
ing the Oswi-go brass band resolved to take
a vacation for a couple of months. The at
tendance has boon very irregular the past
winter. We hope It will rvoi-ganiu) More
the summer begins.
The Chautauqua class was conducted by
tnemist Miller last Tuesday evening, Mr.
Wilson, the president, beiiiK in Corvallisou
Mrs. J. C. Haines and Miss Kva Haines
visited Oregon City last week.
Miss Rosa Klinefelter has been in Tort
land visiting the family of Mrs. Zymner
niau. The public schools have dosed for a w eek.
The new term begins next Monday with
l'rof. Kvaus as teacher.
Miss lirace Stanhorotuh, of Portland, lias
ortaniied a music class here for piano les
sons. She is an accomplished musician.
The Portland House has changed propri
etors. Mr. lavidson is the new landlord.
Mrs. Wygand and daughter Kate have
returned to Portland.
l!eo. Wagner of Tualatin called on us
Mr. lieo. Miller gave a delightful whist
party last Thursday evening. Mrs. Strobal
drevl votes cast for Kli C. Maddock in New
Kra precinct next June.
T. 0. Thomas has Knight a span of large
horses. He will haul cord wood from his
farm to Oregon City the coming summer.
A young man In this neighborhood has
put out one hundred rods of raspberries as
an experiment to see if it will pay this far
Mr. and Mrs. J. I.. Waldron started for
rieasanton, Alameda county, California,
Tuesday, March 2!, where they will make
their future home.
Our summer school will commence on
first Monday in April with Millard Hyatt
as teacher. This will make his tlftli term at
the Krown schiol house.
K. M. WahliMii spent last Sunday visiting
W. S. Kider and family.
An early spring this year on the Pacific
coast. Fruit trees have been in bloom in
tins county two weeks. Vsio.
POIKGS AT CAS BY TOWN.
Death of Two Veterans of the Civil War.
lltlcal and Personal Notes.
Cuiv, March 2s. The (Hvple's arty is
pushing the campaign here. A large crowd
went to Kvans s hall last Kriilny evening to
listen to the woman politician, Mrs. Hobart.
She talked about two hours on the money
ot the I'nited States and foreign countries.
She, as her sex is represented to lie, is a
good bilker and interests the l-eople verv
well. She went from here to Harlow w here
she gave a lecture Saturdav.
Mr. Zeek has Ugun work in n'al earnest
and the ring of the anvil can he constantly
heard. ith the saw mill and the carnenters
YH AltK TOO 11U.SY
Receiving New Spring and Summer Goods
of Portland was among the honored guests, j at wolk our li,lu" dt-v 'li'e a hustling
. . Todd has bought a line guitar. He
hopes to rival the old masters of Spain in a
few months. The guitar with his " rightin'
rooster" makes quite a lively combination
and has arlected the coolies to such an ex
tent that they will soon depart for the Ori
Rev. Cathy and wile of East Portland
hold meetings here every Wednesday even
ing. They have a good crowd every meet
ing. Mrs. foster, the state recording secretary
of the W. C. T. l, talked to the ladies of
Oswego Friday afternoon at the residence
of Mrs. Monroe Marks. Mrs. Kiggs, trie
state president, with the assistance of Mrs.
Foster, delivered a lecture in the evening.
Quite a mini tier in our community areon
the sick list. Mrs. U. W. Frosser, Mrs.
Henry Gans, Misses Mary Piatt, Bettie Fox
and a child of William Worthington are
among the nun, her.
The Clackamas county teachers' associa
tion met at Oswego lust Saturday. About
twenty. rive teachers were present. Quite a
nnmber were absent on account of the in
clement weather. The lunch was prepared
by the public school children, and to it the
teachers did ample justice. The associa
tion was favored with music by the public
school and Miss Jones of this place and
Miss llattie Perry of St. Helens.
The Oswego bank building is being rap
Superintendent Evans's villa is nearly
completed. The painters are putting on the
Prof. Steele, formerly of North Dakota, fs
in town, representing a real estate firm of
Ed. Haines and William Delashniut have
gone down the Columbia river to fish.
Supervisor Miller, while out honeback
riding last week, met with an accident.
Horse ami rider both went over the river
bank a distance of twenty-rive feet. Fortu
nately neither one was hurt.
Capt. Van Elton delivered a fine temper
ance lecture at the M. E. church yesterday
evening. The subject. "A Mother's Prayers,"
was well appreciated. He will lecture this
vening. Monday, on Prohibition and li
cense. Tomorrow evening at the Congraga
tional church on Personal Liberty People.
WILSO.NVIM.E NOT US.
The Close of the Winter Term of School.
Bad Case of Sprained Ankle.
Wilsoxville, March 30. The winter
term of school closed last Friday with lit
erary exercises. The prize for best ren
dered declamation was awarded to Edward
Sclilickeiser; for best in dialogue to Amelia
Hassel brink. In remembrance of their de
parted schoolmate, Mattie Wagner, the
scholars brought moss and flowers with
which her desk and seat were covered and
beautifully decorated. Across the desk was
lovingly woven the word "Mattie" in white
violets and snowdrift.
Mr. Henry Miley, our postmaster, is the
newly elected school director, not H.Wiley
as appeared recently in your columns.
Our Sunday school is prospering under
the superintendence of Mrs. Kate Rose.
The different topics are earnestly discussed,
often with nearly fifty in attendance.
The building erected lor John Butson was
completed last week and he and family
have moved into it.
Mr. Cobat and family have moved from
across the river into the storehouse owned
by Grandpa Seely.
Cliickenpox is visiting our village. It
came over from Woodburn and is now the
unwelcome guest of Misses Myrtle and Hil
da Tooze. The visit may be prolonged in
the neighborhood. Archie Seely at least
has given it an invitation.
C. T. Tooze met with a serious accident
about two weeks ago which has caused him
a long rest and much pain. While riding
on the running gear of his wagon and ear
nestly engaged in conversation, one of his
Vdejiending feet struck a stump and was
caught between it and the brake, resulting" j
fn a badly sprained ankle. This is the third
time Mr. Tooze lias struck a stump in this I
way within twenty feet of the same spot, I
and the third time he has been laid up with j
a sprained ankle. Everybody knows that j
Mr. Tooze is one of the most pen-everng
and enterprising of men ; they uhokuow
his natural hatred lor stumps the way he
makes them disappear is a caution, but no
one else would ever have thought of push
ing them in. Vk.vj. I
News of Central Point.
Ckkthai, I'oist, March 30. New Era pre
cinct seeing to be well satisfied with the
republican county ticket, especially sheriff.
It is believed there will be close to a bun-
i Mr. Wright is moving to Washington
j county where he will probably rent a place,
j Mr. Eaton ot Woodburn has secured a po
sition in Pix's saw mill as sawyer and will
move his family here as soon as because
cure a vacant house.
Horn to the wife of John Zeek, Saturday
the LVith, a ten inund girl.
Albert and John Hart have just received
the sad intelligence that their brother Alex
ander of Logan died Tuesday morning alter
a long illness of lung and throat trouble.
He was about lifty years of age and had
been a resident of that place since 1. He
leaves a w ile and child and an aged mother
besides his brothers to mourn his death
Koork of Turner, is visitinir relatives
and old acquaintances of this place.
Marion hue of Manpiam is sieuding a
few days with his relatives, Messrs. Knights
and A very.
.Mr. lieorge Story will commence a three
months rate school next Monday.
Mr. Chase of Oregon City was here this
week looking out for his nursery and orch
The base ball players have commenced in
real earnest and will play every Sunday
Mr. Mathew is seriously ill but is recover
ing under the treatment of Dr. Green, our
The alliance has sold its organ and voted
to have its meetings monthly. Good for
Dr. White will commence lecturing and
selling books through the county in a few
days, his subject to be, " Graduated Prop
Hiram J. Pierce, who was born in 11.1,
and fought in the war of 115, has passed
away. He was fifty-eight years, six months,
and twenty-threedaysold. For eight years
he sat perfectly helpless in hischair, having
caught the rheumatism during the war
w hich finally caused his death. He leaves
a wife and six children.
Tht ManVrtt Neighborhood.
SrArroKn, March . Schiewe, Mayer A
Co, have put a new twuntydlve horse power
engine in the Hahy sawmill and are ready
to go walking through the woods converting
them into the best of rustle and flooring
John Hobble is splitting mils for J. P.
Wm. Sehat expects to com home from
the hospital this week. He will return with
one leg less than he look away.
Spring work is slowly advancing. Some
oats have been sown and are up.
Dave Turner has sold most of the horses
he brought down from Hunch Grass and
will return to Dayton, Washington, this
11. L. Melcher Swnt Sunday in town.
J. Tyler is making quite a long stay up at
Next union at the Frog Pond grange hall
will lie held Sunday, April 10, at i o'clock
p. m. All are cordially invited to attend.
A special school meeting was held last
neck toj siv if the district would build a
new school house. It was decided to re
pair the old one and not build till another
Mr. SchaU's four-Viar old daughter pul
her baud in the straw cutler and the ends of
three of her fingers were cut oil".
C. M. Gage moved out of the red house
last week; Jake Schati and family move In
tbisweek. .udders' 11 aril ware luul Nails at Port la ml juices, ami all oilier goods in I'loiiortion.
cdirmrnu',,,ls " """ M"g wT' ,oi0lir -stwk (,f 15"ots 1111,1 Ih.s will suit tl-o most fastidious, Tliciv is no luifr lino of Huts
ami . aps in . lat icaiiias i ouniv. e arc receiving a compioU' lino i iiii tiuuii.s ami
MlUdNKKY direct from Iho East, which wo will sell at Prices that will surprise you,
(Jive us a call ami ho convinced.
To talk about war
in Chili or anvwhere else, Hut if vou wish to talk nhout (1001)
(JOODS ami LOW MICKS, wo uro at vour service.
Wo will quote a few hard hitters:
5 gallons best Pearl Oil,
3 pounds Arbucklo's Coffee,
22 pounds Nice C Sugar, -
Mountain View Items
M'Tntain View. March 21. John Gil
lette has built a picket fence around his
place which adds greatly to the neatappear
ance of his property.
Chas. Moelnikehas his pump factory run
ning and is ready to till orders in his line.
Will Hankins is quite sick with a fever of
some kind. Miss llosa Hindernian is also
sick. We hope soon to be able to note their
Bert Harrington has finished his course
of study at the Portland school and has
come home with a diploma under his arm.
Good for liert.
A little daughter of W. A. Harris had the
misfortune to break her arm last Friday
evening. Dr. t'arll reduced the fracture
and little Ollie is doing nicely.
James Currin, a former resilient of this
place, has again moved into our midst. It
is a cure for sore eyes to see Jim's smiling
Rev. Snyder occupied the pulpit at the
Mountain View church last Sunday.
Chas. Iieebe was up on a visit from Port
Henry Remington and wife, ol Silverton,
Marion county, nephew and niece of W. J.
Raucb, were visiting him for a few days.
Henry reorts farmers about through seed
ing in his vicinity.
M rs. Lewis May, of East Portland, was
visiting at the home of;iier brother-in-law,
Ed. May, one day this week.
We learn that the Mountain View orches
tra will give a social hop in the old school
building at Mount Pleasant next Thursday
evening. , ';
Mrs. H. M.Jackson, who has been east of
the mountains for some time rbYtlie benefit
of her health, has returned home bht little
benefited we are sorry to say. Omeoa.
Notes from Pleasant Hill.
Pleasant Hill, March 29. Itev. Mr. and
Mrs. Uarber, of the Congregational church
have moved into the parsonage.
Mr. Wood has the lumber in sight for a
new house which he intends to build this
spring. .Mr. .Moore is building an addition
to his house.
The " Hoot Jack" saw mill has been shut
down for repairs the last week but is now in
running order and ready to fill all Iills.
M. ami Mrs. Wilson have rented Mr.
Zuimvalt's garden and onion land and are
going to keep house for him.
Among the latest arrivals is a son born to
Mr. and -Mrs. B. lirown, lait Salurduy.
Both Mr. and Mrs. Will Parrott, nr., ure
qutc sick with the grip; also Mrs. Young.
Mrs. I,. A. Young and her sister Miss
Twink Graham are vifiting relatives and
friends In Portland Ihisweek.
Joel P. Geer is on a business trip in Port
land. Bust Bii. ,
Highland Is Settling Pp.
Huiiii.AXti, March 'J).- Snow tell in High,
laud this morning, and since the roads are
as muddy now as they were in mid-winter
your correspondent could not glean the
Held for your newsy pawr. Seeding Is very
much delayed on account of the rains. Feed
is getting scaive but we look for brighter
Highland is settling up rapidly. The
"Ley larni is cut up into three smaller
ones. The famous liandulph Stricklin ranch
is transformed inio live smaller ones. The
old Jake Jones place, consisting of Mo acres,
recently owned by Joseph Myers, is Just
now sold to an eastern family, Weiss by
name, who came here to reside pernm.
nently. Also forty acres out of the old
Still place has been sold for
Mr. A I. Harrington is doing and haviiiL-
done lots of slashing..
S. Scnbner's son-in-law and family have
emigrated from Highland to reside in Port
land. Miss Minnie Harrington is teaching
school again at her former place, lk'tliei,
Our mail club has received a new member-Willis
Maytield. The club now con
sists of eleven members.
An organization of a jieople's party club
is contemplated for next Saturday evening.
The farmers' alliance are agitating the co
operative system and are increasing in
Carlton & Rosenkrans' New Cash Store,
Loaders in Low 1'riivn for (."luokiiiim (Amiitv.
IlAinGIIOHST & COMPANY,
1M Front Street. HARDWARE t'ortluud, Omgon.
Norlhwe.irrn Agnus lor
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Oniosvilli, March 91. Quite a large
piantity of onion seed has been sown here
this spring. ,
Many hop yards are being set out Jn this
neighboring! by Chinamen. (
HI. Seely fs breaking the record.. He is
plowing for his otatoesand thinks of plant
Beiu Seely has not sold his potatoes yet.
Joe llrady will commence weeding his
Onions next week.
John Tyler has got his new house done
and has moved.
J. L. Seelv has .TOO bushels of onions oil
hand yet. They are keeping well.
F0K A C01 VIA Ft lit.
Crescent Wedges (warranted.) II A S Proof Chains. Arcade Files.
Loggers and Wcxxl Choppers SjH'cialties.
Oregon City Agent, - - - . .
Kojie. Crescent Mccl
WILSON & COOK
MvagfAM, March IfJ. We are not much
behind the times-two weddings In one
week. Mr. Wallace Albright and Miss Mary
Jones were married at the bride's home on
Tuesday last. Mr. 8. Wolfer, of Needy,
and Miss Dora Harrington, of Manpium,
were married last Sunday.
Mrs. It. Thomson is visiting relatives and
friends at Salem.
Sunday school will begin next Sunday
after a vacation during the winter months.
Mrs. Harrington is reported aslwiug very
Text of the Articles of In rot noruliini
The committee having charge of the
county fair project is not wasting its
time these Hpring days It lias drawn
and filed its articles ol incorporation
and is going forward with the work ol
soliciting Bubm.riptions to the capital
stock. The articles of incorporation art-
signed by the committee consisting of
H. E. C'rosH, J. T. Apperson, J . V
Meldrum, C. O. T. Williams and II. II
Johnson. The first subscriptions to
stock will be obtained in this city. The
committee will do the soliciting here
and then a good solicitor will be sent
out through the county for subscriptions.
Kvery effort is being made to push the
work rapidly foreward. Following in the
text of the articles of incorporation show
ing the objects and scope of the enter
Aktici.es or IifcoKPORATioH, made and en
tered into this 19th day of March, ll2, by
and between J. T. Apierson, John W.
Meldrum, C. O. T. Williams, H. H. John
son and H. E. Cross, under and by virtue
of the laws of the state of Oregon :
The name assumed by this corporation
and by which it shall be known, Is "The
Clackamas County Agricultural and Horti
cultural Society," and its duration shall be
The enterprise, business pursuit and occu
pation in wnicn mis corporation proposes
to engage, is the organization and mainten
ance of a county fair in Clackamas county,
Oregon, ami the encouragement and pro
motion of the agricultural, horticultural,
and material interests alid development of
Clackamas county, Oregon; and to that end
it shall have power to buy lurid necessary for
such purpose, borrow money, issue bonds,
and generally do everything necessary and
essential to be done in currying out t'he ob
jects aforesaid, und in providing for un in
dustrial exhibit of the resources of said
AI1TM l,K III.
The principal ollice of this corporation
and plane of business shall In at Oregon
City, in the county of Clackamas and stale
The capital stock of tins corporation shall
be thirty thousand dollars, and shall be di
vided into twelve hundred shares of twenty
fiva dollars each.
0 Have Ton Heard About Mrs.
1 Gainsborough's Diamonds?
Will tell you in another column of
SPRING o OPENING !
THOS. CHARM & SON
' A3ST ID .
BOXES OF ANY SIZES MANUFACTURED
In tho latt'st Htyli's and tlesiigtiH, noino
Irict. nevoi In-font oll'oivi
usaiitifiil pattorns at a
in Oregon City.
t'artiug ilosirinu Wood Turning,
terns, llrackeU, or
Shop Carpenter's Work
Will be Huited by Calling on Me
Doors, Windows and Blinds
C3-. U. BESTOW,
r"Opp. the Congregational Cliurcl
in to Li
On Improved Farms of
lens than GO acres.
C. 0. T. Wimjamh,
W. H. Bl'IMiHARDT.
The Best Place in the City
EST' 02 1802
lino of Men's and Hoys', clothing, of the host
grade of goods in the market.
In any size, shape and stylo from one dollar up to tho best
Embracing a well selected lino of Ties, Negligee i
Hosiery and Underwear.
Chapman g Son
Lead in quality of goods handled.
GIVE THEM A. CALL.
Nit Door to I,Iverniore' Hotel.
ICE COLD SODA WATER AND FRESH FfiHIT
THE FIH KMT CAftDIKM.
MANtll'AC'rtlRKIt 01' AM. KINIIH OK
FIR AND HARDWOOD LUMBER.
FULL STOCK" OF FLOOIMN'O, CFILINO, RUSTIC AND FINISH
ING LUM UK It, DIMENSION STUFF AND LATH.
- - Special Bills Cut to Order .
Mill and Yard on tho River, Foot of Main Stroot.
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