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AMO.XJ TIIK JOlftKK.
Nemt Ordrnt In HiH it; 1'ni-iM.rliiK-Amunii
rlU t'Jly IhIk.i A.O. V. V. titkim
tlllll Willi HixUWI IIKW IIIMIlUr aillrtj
tlm Ural ol lint yiur ami ninro un tlm
way. Hikmi will l.u v.. ii (nr tint Work
tnll ilrun till) Huttirdity vcnlii,
Tlll lll'lglt llMN l'llcl ft ffW HII'l Hltrilt!-
lvti lllomrv frnliint to I mi rianUd nl
vuili incntinu. f t Saturday It
8M.tidr, K. T. Hurlow mikI M. L. Mwro
ciiimilt'itfil tlm hm'ii coiiiinlttKo to
Introduce tlifati rxorclaoa itiiil tliclr
effort vro uprnclutod ly tint inmiilwrs
)ruwnt, V. T. WMllotk tlm aecund aat
' maalor woikiiiaii .( tlm lodge, linro lira
nofiturt I ho IimIuii with III liotnrili In
mlilni't alto, nil ni'ully framtid prill rrady
Olllifm wirn InatalM at Arlillli
loilno No liHK.oir. Iaat Friday iilglil
t.yK. M. lUtiila, 1). 1). (I. C. for tl.ii
illalrlrt ft follow : C. L. dolman, V.
C. ; U. I., (io-ftvt.il, V. C. ; W. J. Wilaoii,
.rtlate; C. (). Alliriulit, M. W.; J.
I.yurli, M.ftt A. i V. i. I -on l, K. of II
nmt H.i V. lloUrn, M . of K. ; K. A.
Hmltli, M. ol I!.; J, O'Connor, I. J,j
ml It. n.Wilwin, 0.0.
tr,.an,.ll..1 No. :, !.). O. K ll
liavt. wuik In lit. InllUtory and flr.t
hriM on lliuraday t.vr.iiintf of tl.ia
w-.,k. tlm LhIk. U now ,iK .onie
,o.h ,.,k with .,, i..l..rrt m-.:if..-t
t.y n.mln nii.l di.iw work ut almoal
An aiiiuiiii tiling occurred on Wed
liemUy in coiilim tlon with the ruh " 1 Ktven ly 10. Jlol.Mc.Minnv.llit
lenlHlature. The Joint iiiemurlal to con-1 " l"" t,v"nl" l,ie ,lr"1 of 1 '-"-iiry
urea l.rotoitii.ft- aitaiintt that Iwrtion o ""y "'eiuliera ol the company are
.i ii'ii in, ' .ti I plUIIIIIIIK to ttelld.
the WIIboii bill rtttimvinic the taritrfroin 1 "
lead urea pniox'd till' lower lionae and Waal new butcher alinp ill thu block opi-
liiade a Kwclul order In the Upper lioni j the utit ullico ia l.ilkit.l ol ax u m-
for that day. Thia branch ia coinpoacij iaiinliiy in thu near future.
ol live ileiiiM-rata and aeven republican. ., ., ,. ..,.
i . ,i ii i lint .Mea-ra. I ptoii ol rilhiinook
1 here Welti but live republican an I live .. .
. . , ... county am viaiiinit llmir undo, C. 1.
d.-iu.riata .re-ent. 1 l,n r,i,.u.li.-n ( J.Mlu.lu.) 0 ,, t.,ly.
ineinU rit eeltitf they could not paa the I ----- - - - -
memorial, abaciited ihi'ium-lvea Iroui the ! Turala In -urutulr I'alrb.
fhanilar, with the exctptlon of the! Waldo F. Ilrown grew hia bent turnip
t.re.l.lent. Thia left l.ut aix meuihera, ! cr,,I where he hud ii jiickltt crop pliuited
abort t.l a ,,uo,u.n. The republican ! f"!'8 f?J f,,,U r,;',(of 'TV,.
' ..... i tella thia atory about it in the Ohio
ineiiila-ta ran throuuh the utreela, leav- furim,r.
inn their hata and coat a behind, to.k the A,KlUi th firHt of Aunt. when there
iil.urhan Iraina and alrtt caia and rotiiea a light rain, we m a pound to
a.iitlht awliiaion in eteiy amililo way. 'the acre of turnip aeed and him it in
The aergcatit-ai-ariii. aiaied by the
I'niled Huica iiianthul wild fifty depu-,
.,,.1 ,i.. ..1.1..1 i ,.i;... ui, ,.m
over 100 all told, were Immediately aent
puraiiil. There aervic will i-oel
aeveral Ihtuiaatid tlollara. I'p to 10
o'clock I'. M. I he abenli-ea had not lat-n
("A HI'S CAI'KKS. '
Nfilgl.lairl.iiMl lnirtrmftita Will llurinliuli
In a ( allfuriila HuilUJ.
enr, Jan. I'.'-Tlie Hfnlleiil titorm
wlili I. I.a prt'vaili'il mi rilri.lt'ly M-riim lit
bave wnru Itnelf nut at lat. Men and la.y
IiiikIi'ii out li enjoy their farm work ami
pleaaure. I do well on it. There la no cheaper, bet-
W. W. May ha put a new Mrwalk la- T way f keeping horaea, auya The
twee.. I.l limine and Hie fro.. I (rale, anil 1 Funil Journiil, thiitl on onta cut tip in
alao a new picket lem-e around the preiuiaea. j the aheaf, alightly tnoidtened and dprin
Allal aiio.n.l Will llorin-hul. In kled with bran two parts and oilmeal
the iii.npitul at (laklaiul, Ciillloriiia. l.ut one part. It aavoa thrtuthing and la good
fail to receive in e htiil for IwnHIl from
oliangti ol ell male
bring made a con.
forbil.le aa Hinall.le lie dor not deal re to
undertake the journey home in hla preaeut
condition and at tl.i iinlavorutile ramiii.
I.. Walilron ha alot ol line Imirofnr which
he rxptrla to llud a Rood niarket In 1'orl
Jai.d. A giH.il ileal of work ia being doneon the
tllll'erri.l ranch? in II. I locality In the way
of alanl.llig, uriil.hli.x, l.uriiii.g -out log and
attinip, liaiillng oil na k, (ailing tin. her and
btiihlli.g felHT. Cam..
Hoaehurg has voted a 0-mrll achool
Following the example of Portland,
Salem ia to huve a committee f aitfety
cajnaiating of 50 memhera. Sulein may
be exacitl U iniike Home howl for the
next few weeks.
Aatoria Iuih fallen In line witii a re
trani'hiiient committee of IW whicfe w ill
labor to reduce county, city and chool
The ulate tax levy of 4 3-10 mills in
elude all utxoa that are to he raiatal (or
the state, the apecial Invys which have
heretofore laten provided hy law having
been rcHltl by the luat legialature.
At tlio school meeting held In 1'ortland
for the piirpoite ol voting a tax (or the
(nailing year it was decided to raine a
1 mill tax and to aak the county court to
make the county levy 4 mills instead of I
5 an contemplated by law. I
The firm of Prar Ilros., of Portland, I
,t... . 1 !,.., ... 1., 1
. is. nil ,
hereabouts as "the proprietors of the
tarmtirs' A Mechanics" store, were
lorceu to ino wan Aionuay ana inuu a
trust deed to all their prosrtie s. The
caiiao sHKijjned for this step was the
fact that the invoice which had just been
matin showed that their capital stock
had been Impaired during 1803 fully one
half. Yaqulna Bay is excited over a cobI
vein that has been struck within 2,'j
miles of Yaipiina City. It is over three
foot thick, und carries 84 per cent of
fixed carbon. This bids fair to have im
portant bearing on the future of the Ore
gon Par I lie railroad.
Attorncy-fieneral Olney has appointed
John M. Gearln to be special assistant
United States district attorney. j
A itol lnr Mlle Farm.
At ft iiiimiIIiik of the ntlttH lioiinl ol
IriiNlfi'i) of Ilia Oii'jion grliool for dimf
iiMili'H mimI llm atutii ri'fiiitn (M'liool lnlil
Viiiitiidiiy, ft fill in wa iiirrliiiM)d to ho
ilivldnil hiitwi'fii tint reform mid di'ilf
tit lit tt miiooU, Hii'l nfliT dim coiixIdiTii
lion of nil tint plari-n (iflonid for nul, thu
liourd Iiiin iiiiri'lniMfil tl't) fit nil of t'X (iov.
'A. F. Momly, oiiimm'i ol IIL'l ihthh, lo
rutttil hiitwnt'ii tint luriim of (tin utiiie rf
foriij hi.'IiooI mill thu nfuto limuritt ithjliiin.
Hy hii m t of tlm IhmI lilHliitiirti tliltt
hottrtl wmi ttiil liurizi-il torontritot for nd
ttrft i iifw ImiIIiIIiiki for thurfform ttchotjl
tli'iif nitittt ftinl hliinl m liooln; Iho lopur
vlifttut ftddltionul hind for tlm forinur anil
ft form lor tint di-iif inntii Hrlnml no tlmt
th nftiiiti limy lifconit; Urytdy tif
H)rtln in tiintt.
Tint tllwiiNiiitiii of tint hill to irovldn
more liioniv mul riinrdy for Imrd llintt
which wmi In-lorn tint nim k iwrmlti ul
wnt-k ttttnu tfil liu(tt nninhrr ol inein
Imth to the hint lnin(iii ni t'Hiimtil
livfly iHmiiMlon. Tint t ill wmh rnjfi ttid.
Tint nihtIiiI ordtir for thin wi'ik U tint hill
irovlilitK lor lint ih'HiiUitioit of tint Clil-
liii'xn Miid llin hill rfM-H!iiif thtM'lvil mtrv
A i'oiiiinUt ouilii lor HtfMtii luiiiiilry
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Very neat IuviUlioim have been re-
r.il veil by Co. K o( tliin cily to a nraiid
! very UkIiIIw Wu wiah aimply to breuk
th" ruat aud Hue the urfiu and kill
i ny wtla that tuay be nUrting. The
cucuuiUt vine ahade and protect the
young turiii and the cool nighta of
.....,.. ,.Mm kill the vine and Oie
1 tuniipa take potmemtiim of the land. The
coat of putting in the crop ia very amall
A pound of aeed worth 50 cents orlraa
and alaiut duy'a work to acratch ovei
the acre, and tlHy run im hurveated for
three or four cent a bnahel.
Cut the out before the tnilk hardens
In the grain und befuro tho atraw hits
dcud riw appenrauce. Put them up with
bright etruw and plan to feed it entirely
Horwa, aheep, dry cowa und youngatoclc
It ruling of (ha aehoolbujp.
Habits are contract! and characters
formed early In life, and it is probable
that the color of a person's reading is
mainfy determined during the time of
hobbledehoydom, when he is in process
of iaaaing from the limp and lanky
schoolboy to the set and rigid man. Jaat
at this time is a moat critical period in
his career, for now it is that he obtains
a new outlook into life. Previously he
has been concerned with the miniature
world of school and looked at the great
er world only with the eyes of a school
boy. But now, entering a buaineas or a
profession, he enters into a larger life and
begina to look aliout him with an air ol
deeper inquiry. And the more he reads
of contemporary literature the worse
does he become, for the sir is thick with
controversy. Nothing is too sacred to
be contradicted, and the spirit of "sweet
renaonnhlcness" soems to be dead.
Pretty Cold Weather.
Two boatmen on the Ohio river were
talking about cold weather and of a cer
tain severe winter. "It was just awful,"
taid one of them. "At Cincinnati the
river wns froze tight, and the thermom
eter wont down to SO degrees below
"Below whichr asked his puzzled
"Below Cairo, yon blubborheadl Yon
see, when it freezes at Cairo it must be
nrottv cold, no tlicv aitv so manv drirreos
But light was bursting in npon the
T- "No, they do not," he eiclaimed
eiiirorly. "You've got it all wrong. It's
o many doirrM'S below Nera 1 do not
know hftit bnt wna(
thoy say when it's dreadful cold. "-Har-
per'a Young People.
Hot and dry weather lu tho northwest
bos greatly injured the wheat crop.
ForWgn crop reports are very unfavor
able. Massachusetts is threatened with a new
insect pest which is pronounced to be the
VunessA antiopa, a leaf eating insect,
which seems to have as good an appetite
as the gypsy moth worm.
American Cultivator advises sowing
rye among the growing ensilage corn at
the Inst time of working it. The rye can
be fed off this fall, if it gets a good
growth, and agnin next spring, or con i
be cnt and fed in the barn then and
taken off in traaon to allow another sow
ing of corn or the planting of some other
Harrowly hwnprd llurUI 4 IN.
Mm. Hun Mi'iidit Ihm nrrlvwl hotna
from MiiNkoifon, I. T., wln-ra ahu wu
tnlli'd hy tlm aupiMiwd dentil of hT noli,
Al Mi'iuln of thin city, who wiia atrnck
by llhtiiliiK, Al la ulont 2H ycuraof uk".
Ila la piilntr mid h fuvr wwika bio mo
C'iUm1 riiiiiloyini'iit on ft goTtirniiiutit
eontriu't aliniit 'JO inihn from Mnkotfi,
I. T. While fiixuK'-'d at work innido a
honiMt ii n Hlix'trli'iil atorin came np, and
t fhmh of HkIiIiiIiik d'acnd UiroiiKh ft
flue near which he waa at work, dmttroy
tnif the furniture in the room and foil
lux him attniMihiMi to the floor. Ilia body
wua nituliTi'd atiff aa In death, and he
waa very liudly hurtntd on the right aide.
The hair waa htirned from hla heal and
the flimli hliitUtrtxl down to hi foot. Ilia
ankle waa hurnwl through, and hla ahoe
waa torn from hla foot. lie waa anp
jMnwd hy all to have Ixwn killed and
ahowed lio evlilence of life whatever.
Five hour luU-r he had Wn put in
wa(in ami wua Im1iik btken to an an
ilertuker'a at MunkoKe, where it waa
the intention to have hla body encaaed
and aent to hia mother in Fort Scott It
waa necetwury to croud a awollen at ream,
nd in th la act the lied of the wagon waa
partially atihinerKed and the Ixxly near
ly covered with water. The water hud
tho i ffivt of reHtorinft aninintlon to the
apirt'iitly lift li'wt ImhIj'. In cotiaulUtion
with ihyniciiuiH Mr. Meaylo waa after
ward Informed tlmt hud not the water
tiihiiicr,'ed hi body, which wua a rare
incident, there In little doubt that the
roiniitowt comlition of the body would
have continued until he waa mcaaed in
the atiflTocnting ciiHket, and death wonld
iieceimiirily huve rt-isiiluL Fort Scott
Cor. Kuiimui City Time.
llrsUtor Crank al Ilia fair.
The fair bus devcloia-d some curious
cranks. One of the moat conspicuous is
the gentleman who wauta to write hia
name in every regiater he comes across,
lie ia generally euthiiHiuaticuver hia own
state, and makes for the local building
aa soon as he arrives on the grounds.
Once there he first locates the regisU-r,
and with a mighty sweep of the arm
ncrawla an illegible name acroas the reg
ister. Thia duty HTformed he wanders
into the next state building, finds the
regiater there ami aina his nuiue sgnin.
All told there muat be several hundred
registers in use, for not only are they to
Iw found in Mute buildings, but also in
exhihita. One miin entered the Minne
sota building the other day, and aa he
signed his nan.' exclaimed: "IgueHsl've
ta-aten the r -ord. This is tho two hun
dred and fiftieth time I've signed rv.y
name. I giif a more jieople'll know Jabcs
Dorcy after this fair than ever knowed
he exiated before."
It is amuaing to watch these regiater
cranks. One got in the California build
ing. ''Bay, boas," said he to the secre
tary, "are these names sent back to be
printed in the papersr
"Well, I gutws some of the correspond
ents do send them back."
"Well, Til regiatiT then. I've register
ed in 50 diff'-rent books these two days
You see I've got friends all over the coun
try, and I want them all to see that Tin
at the World's fair." Chicago Mail
A Su ltlcl.nl Cur.
A Dt-troitcr, taMWHSed of the idea that
bo was a slruth of the etnas in which Vi
docq made his great fame, went to Chi
cago aud succeeded in having his name
.laced on the liat of Culuuihian guards,
lie waa bright and full of Imainess. He
thought very well of hiuiat If , and as a re
sult of all thtue CDiiaidcrations he was
made a detective. This sudden elevation
of a tyro to the lawition of a full fledged
thief catcher suggeated to the light fin
gered gentry that their ability was being
nndprvatinialed by the management, and
they proceeded to show juat how much
of a "fly cop" the man from Detroit was.
They robbed him twice in rapid succes
sion and then at rather brief intervals
until ha really begun to wonder whether
he was enough of a detective to keep hia
uniform from being stolen off his person
in broad daylight. He has entirely re
vised his opinion of himself as a sleuth
honnd and is deluging his friends here
with requests to get him a job as a street
car driver. Detroit Free Press.
Two members of the geological survey
of Camilla have started on oue of the
longest surveys ever undertaken into
what is now generally supposed to be the
wild, inhospitable territory in the far
north and eastern Canada, known as the
Labrador peninsula. The expedition will
be absent from civilization for nearly
two years, and before it returns hopes to
have solved the enigmas of the interior
of Labrador, concerning which such fab
ulous tales have been told. If it accom
plishes this, the expedition will be a val
uable contribution to the world's fund of
geological information, and whether ful
ly successful or not should bring back
ninch important knowledge from that
unknown country. St. Johnsbury (Vt.)
Mr. lleunett Order a lllg Yacht.
James Gordon Bennett has ordered a
yacht which will be considerably larger
than the one which V. K. Vanderbilt is
having made in England and will hold
the record as the largest yacht afloat.
It is to tie built at Cramps' yard, Phila
delphia, tho work to be completed in two
years or less.
Mr. Bennett's yacht will be 840 feot
long and is to have quadruple expan
sion engines that are to drive her 23
knots an hour. It will be built by Amer
ican labor, of American material and
will be paid for with American money.
The new yacht's equipment will be of
tho best, and much of it will be original
In deaign. Philadelphia Ledger.
Spain ami Cuba.
Spanish diplomats now propose home
rnle for Cuba. Tho direct reason for
their conversion is thu fact that the ex
penses of ruuuing t.ie little Went Indian
island last year wum v.OUO.i. 00 in excess
of the receipts. In other word's. Spain,
while willing to accept any revenue that
Cuba migbt pay its mother country, does
not care to shoulder the Wand's debts.
t o fj Is Essential
You cannot V.
II vuw aa troubled wlth
ULCERS or I
ywir blnrat Ii had. A fmr bottle
tA. S. 8. will 4
remove all lin-7
(tuiimnd bulkl jrou up. All aunnw Wero-
I ""cleared away
l rt. w, It I tlx bMt blond remedy on earth.
bo h oied rt ar
My M"-t M.atT p..ma uw ,.n.tiiiirtar
Awhot" sytUsa nst A afat-4ti' ntaw(o'
tsHit, sV)rni"sskftt erf lit, 1 muwf
jCimsM nsjhl iiasf. I Mil WO vsjswrjr
John .avin. iMruti. Oku
b.r ll(n1 diaar
y, 1 iuiiw on tmjra inn mn oiwun mipam mw.
. i I1J J j . 1 1. , l.kai
NoTlt'K OK KINAI. HaTTI.KMKNT.
In the Con my Court ol the Stnt ol Oregon lor !
(lie (Jo.ii.tjr ol Clackama
In (lie mailer ol the ratal ol Kcuben Koou, ,
To whom ll my concern: i
N'nllra it heretiy Riven, tht the underalgned ,
rceutiir ol the e.mte ol Kruheti Hool. da
reftl. ha filed hi filial reMirt ur areotint a '
urh eieriitor in the county court of CUrka-1
ma county, tate ol Oreron, t.il that Wcrtnii-!
tjy. the ih day ol February. A. I WH, al teu i
o'cliM-k A. M at ftald roiu.ty court ha bean ,
flitsl and appointed a the time and place for j
the tilement of 1d final reiMir and account, 1
and the heirlnt aud di-.erniliilnr ol any and
all ol,)e tn.ii thereto J. W. HOOT.
K r of the elate of Renhen Hoot, dee d, i
Brownell A Urcwi. Alt y lor Ki r. l-l i-23 ;
i In the Clrrult Cnurt ol the Httcof Oreon for
jtilatrnt Orenn, plalnllfT, v. the heir of John
j f iry, di're:iel. .u. J. JoneM. nd to any one
Intere.led In the ettale ol ald John Uray. de-
I reaurd, dvletidanta
1 To ald above nmed defendant: !
j In the nme of the Stale of Oreron
You are hereby commanded to appear and
I aimtrrr Ihe ti.lorn.allon filed hrreln, within the i
time allowed In civil action, which I hy the :
I flrt day of the next terra or (hi court which
coutene at the court houne ll. Oregon cut on
the IMI. day of April. Iat4: and II you (all to
linear aud aniwer "aid lulortnatioL the plalu-
ti IT will apply to the court lor the relit I de-
I mantled therein, which I act torth in the order
ol the court hereinafter act lorth. Thu um
mot. i iMurd Incoulortitity wlibthefollowlnf
I order ol the taid court, to wit:
- In the Circuit Court ol the State of Oreffoo.
County of Clackama
Slate of Oregon, plaintiff, v 1 he Heir of John
(iray. deceased, Dan J. Jonea. aud to any one
I Interacted In the etatr of John Gray. dee d,
t'pi.u readlns the Information of W. N Kar
relt. dlatrlct attorney In and lor ( lackamai
Cotiatv. Orearon,- file hi tl.i court. In which It
I la act Inrth that one John t.ray died In t'lacka
j man ci, n nl y. OrcKon , He pt. 'JH. laTT. I utratate, leav
In an catate In aid ciniiity, and that no heir
at law have appeared to claim hla property:
that a portion i f . hia eatatc ha been aold and
' In r.inl over to the eachcat fund ol Oregon, but
I that the S W Vt ol the H. R !, ol ec. 16. T. 4 8 ,
K 1 K. of the Willamette meridian, through
aime error or neglect of the admi!itrator of
I the ralaie ol aaid decedent waa not o)d and
i turned over to the ' heat fund a directea by
the court: and it (urther atiearlng that oue
II l.an. J. Jonea claim Romelntereal lu aid eatate
aUive deacrllted; and It appearing Irumaald in
lnrmatloii that Ihe elate ol Oregon ha a tlglu to
uch eatate; It I therelore ordered that a um
I moti laa.ie to the heir at law of John dray, de
; ceariil, to Dan J.Jouea. and to all peraon li.ter
I eted In Ihe eat lent ld John (iiay.deceaaed.to
at-ear and answer the Information within the
time allowed by Uw In civil actio!.. nd how
cauae II any thev have why the title to aaid
atiovedeacrlficd laud ahould not veit inthlaalate.
It I further ordered that the laid ummoua
bepubllahed lor all ciinaeciillre week In the
Oregon City Enterprlae. a newspaper published
In ald county, and thatln J. Jonea be aerved
peraonally II he can be lound In Ihe county or
Mate: that all other -delendauu appear aud an-w-r
hy ihe flrat day ol the next term ol thu
court waicn convene at Oregon Ully, Oregon
Aorll lath, la.
Dated thia ih day of September, lass.
Rated at Oregon City, Oregon, Deo IS, lays.;
12-K:1-J W. N. BAKHKTT. Plat. Att y.
NOTlCfc OF APPOINTMENT OF EXBCUTOR
Notice I hereby itlven that the undersigned
haa been appointed by the County Court ol
t lariatna county, ureiinn, eieeutor 01 tne laat
rill of Honor Mark Whltlia-k, deceaaed All
peraoti havlns claim Kaint theeatalent the
Mid Honor Mara n nttiori, neceaaea, are Here
by notified tn preaetit the vameduly verified lor
RaymenttotheunderalKtied or at theoftleeol
rowtiell A lireat-r, Oregon Clly.Oregon. within
lx mouth from thia date
WILLIAM T. WHITI.OCK, Ex'r.
Oregon City, Oregon. January S. 1KM.
rlsow n K1.L A Dasaaaa,
1-1 :M Attorney lor Ex'r
An agreeable Laxative and NF.H V E TON IU
Sold by Drtisariataor sent by mail. lL.,6oa,
and $1.00 per packaira. Samples free.
WO fSt The Favorite I00TH POTJH
ilU al U for toe Teeth and Breath. 26a.
For sale by C. G. Huntley.
Trangfep and Ee,
Freight and parcels delivered
to all parts of the city.
RATES - REASONABLE.
Opp. Huntley's Drug Store,
All Kinds of Watches,
Clocks and Jewelry Repaired
FORTY YEARSlAPERIENCE IN
Great Britain and America.
Give me atrial.
( Heart. )
V PLANT rKHKV'N HKEDI
1 thu year, nil nwke up for Urt llm f
XSve you nikiiy vtiuklile hlnut M
W aut wlial U) ratoe ana how to
noiM. It. Ilcifiiln.nlrnia- rf
vU" fit Swl fmm wiulUer W
wjr.. Krre ! alU
VV D. M. F err y Coyy
b bo roe a case it will not cjre, jg
. I nil.
Tubular lantern. 4'x:; 1 pal. jug 10c; 1 gal. Ktono milk pan 10).;
12 bunches- matchc-n 2'tc.; mixcl tea 22Jc; mixed candy 10c; flour per
barrel 2.7"; 10 lh. bent granulated Btigar fl; liquid rim drettHing 10c.
g'Kxl roant coiree 25c; 2 lb chnice uncolured tea 7'c; g'.wl grwn tea 4
lb 1; 5 gal oil C'c (can extra); New Orleans molafWB, cheap to tt
best, uIho Rorghum.
White wool yarn cut to .V)c. per pound; Shaker flannel cut to 13 yd
$1; blankctfl, shawls and corw.t reduced; Some 50c. pieces of ilreHS
gwnlH to clone at cont; see the goods you can get for 2t)c, 24c. and 19c;
boys hip rubber boots 2 and 3 at f 2; ladies' low rubbers 20c; common
rubbers 35c; storm rubWs 50c; silk thred 5c; 7 spools cotton thread
25c.; needles lc. per package; 5c pencil sharpeners lc; misses gloves
to close at 5c; buttons lc. per dozen; cotton socks 5c; overnhirts reduced;
hammers 25c; boys' 50c caps now 10c; mifses $5 cloaks now $1; miss n
rubberB 1, 1) and 2 cut to 19c; $1 albumto close at 50c; boys' Barlow
knives 10c; 25c brooms cut to 17c; zephyr 5c a skein; maple syrup
to close at cost; misses skirts cut to l!)c.;Jadies' skirts cut to 24c; shoe
alHO at hard times prices.
Hamilton & flllen,
OREGON CITY, OREGON.
ti MARVELS OF
U UNEQUALEO IN PRICE;
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fj Universallv commended hy the press
kA as one of the best of American
Pj IU contributors are among the
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y lis illustrations are
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J low price is a wonder.
7 Send l.co for a
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r months. It will prove
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Sampla Cop), t cant.
C The New Peterson Magazine
The two Magazine
Manufacturer ol and
COMBITIOfl WlrE AND pU FElSlCE,
Both rough and dres?ed for lawn and division fence, also
Hartman Steel Picket Fence,
And Wire Tanel Farm Fence, also Expanded Metal Fence
Call and see Samples and get Prices.
Shop over Bestow's Sash & Door factory, Oregon City, Or,
Oregon City Sash and Door Co.
Carry the Largest Stock of
&ish, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Etc.
In Oregon City.
Special sizes of Doors and Windows made to order. Turning of all kinds
Estimates for Stair Work and Store Fronts
Furnished on application. Builders, cive us a call, and see if our wori
is not of the best, and our prices as
Factory, Cor. Main and
ST. PAUL'8 CHl'Rt'H lEptacopal Rev. J. A.
Kckstorm Paator. Service at 11 o'clock a.m. aud
":. p. m. Prayer service every Weduesday
FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH.-Riv.
Paator atipplted. Service at It a. m. and
7:80 r. M. Sunday School alter morning
service. Ptayer meeting Wednesday evening at
7:80o,clock. Prayer meeting ol Voting People.
Society ol Christian Kndeavor every Sunday
evening at:3C prompt.
FIRST BAPTIST CMPKCH. Rev. Gilma
Parkkr Paator Moruiug Service at U:Suuday
School at lM.r; Evening Service 6 30; Regular
prayer meeting Wedneaday evening. Monthly
Covenant Meeting every Wednesday evening
preceding the flrat Sunday in the mouth. A
eornlal Invitation to all.
8T. JOHN'S CHURCH. CATHOLIC Riv. A.
Hillibhano, Paa:or. On Sunday tnaaa at 8 aud
10:80 a. X. F.very aecond and lourth Sunday
German aermon alter the 8 o'clock mass
At all other maaaes EngUah aermou. Sunday
School at 2:30 r. M. Vespers, apologetic!
ubjocii, and Heuedictlou at 7:30 r. a.
METnODIST EPISCOPAL CHfRCH.-Rgv
G. SYKta, Paator. Morning service at 11:
Sunday School at 10:00. diss meeting after
morning service. Evening service at 7:30.
Epworth League meeting Suuday eveuing at
6:30; Prayer Meeting Thursday evening at 6:80.
strangers cordially Invited.
FIRST TRESBYTKRIAN CHt'RCH. RgV. G.
W.UtaoNiY. Pastor. Services at 11 A. at. and
7:80 V. M. Sabbath School at 10 A. M. Young
People' Society ol Christian Endeavor meets
every Sunday evening at 6:80. Wedneaday
evening prayer meeting at 7:30. Seats Iree.
EVAN01UCALCHVRCH GERMAN Alio.
Ebnkt, Pastor. Preaching services every
Sunday at 11 A. M and 7:80 P. M.
Sabbath school every Sunday at 10 A. M. (Rev.
P. Bott, Sunt.) Weekly Prayer Meeting
every Wednesday evening
UNITEII BRETHREN IN CHRIST.-Preach-Ing
every Sunday, exoent third Suuday of each
month, at 11:00 a. m. and 7.30 p m.-W H hc
LilN, Pastor Sunday school at 10 a. m.-1. D.
Snarl"., Superintendent. Prayer meeting every
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Choice Literature, Stories, Poems,
Sketches of Travel, History, etc.
FREE SJ!ftS:se."o"H $3 00
Notes on the newest styles in dress,
bints, pretty designs
in needlework. A
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dealer in ill tvle of
low as the lowest. Frice Lift sen
11th sts., Oregon City.
In the County Court ol the State of Oregon for
the County of Clackamas, ss:
Kenneth A. J. Mackenzie, plaintiff, vs. John O,
Flemming and Caroline Flemmiuir, defendant!).
To .Tohu G. Flemming and Caroline Flemming,
In the uameof the State of Oregon, Yon are
hereby required to appear aud answer tha com
plaint filed against you in the above entitled
action within ten days Irom thedateol the serv
ice ol this summons upon vou, II served wi'Mii
this county: or. II served In any other county ol
tnis state, "then within tweutv days Irom tha
date ol the service of this summons upon you.
And if you tail so to answer, for want thereof
the plaiutitl will take judgment against ynu for
the sum ol 1J6.U0, Itn his costs aud disburas
meats. E. F. Driuos, Att y for Pl'fT
State of Oreron, County of Clackamaa, sa:
I hereby certify that the within ia a true and)
correct copv, aud the whole thereof, of the orig
inal summon. C. W. Oanops,
Sneriif of Clackamas County Oregun.
By E. C. Ilackett, Deputy
Published by order ol the County Court.
Livery, Feed and Sale Stable
LOCATED BETWEEN THK BSIDGI AND
Double and Single Riga, and sad
dle horses always on hand at the
lowest prices. A corrall connected
with the barn for loose stock.
Information repardinu any kiwi or
stock promptly attended to by person ut
Horses Bought and Sold.