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A PROBLEM SOLVED, y
PROGRESS MADE BY GERMANY IN MU
Connpi'ora Are Kxpfllent ritlsrnaiuiil '
' Without lmy AdmiiiUtrmtlua " 1'lcklllf
th Hands of KxperU, Who-J-Fur-
Chuaeu For Lite. . ,,s
Cakhy, SeplJ& Hop picking ti over and
the pickers have come home. Ou this prai
rie they got through several days ro. Unn
Shank and the Hall boys lost some or their
hops from mould.
Last Monday several drunken bums were
ataegerlng around town. The cil v marshal
took ihem to the lockup to sober oil.
Wm. Vorpatil shipped a carload of last
year's wheat to Oregon City this week.
J. C. L. Miller, of Liberal, is hauling hay,
nd Oren Wright, of Macksburg, potatoes
to Canby and storing them in Geo. Knight's
James Hodges shipped live tonsof peas to
Fortland one day last week. They were
nixed near Canby by different parties.
Fred Howard was in town last Saturday
with some very tin tomatoes which he
raised on his farm near the Willamette
river about two miles north of here. He
has several acres of w Inch there were a fair
Mr. l'hrgley is building a barn adjoin
ing his hotel in iown.
Peter Sushauer, our postmaster, went to
Washington county for a few days last
week, leaving the postottlce in charge ol
Chester Hodges has gone to Salem to at
tend school at the Willamette university
8. Gray bill lias gone to Corvallis to attend
Rev. Gardner of the M. E. church deliv
ered his farewell sermon to a crowded house
on Sunday evening, the iHh. He has gone
to attend conference which meets at Eugene
Elder Stevens of the Christian church
preached his larewell sermon last Sunday
evening. His place will hereafter be tilled
by Elder Woods of Portland.
Millard Lee went to Salem last Monday,
ha intends to run in the bicycle races at the
Lee Rogers was in Portland last Monday.
James Hodges was in Salem and Mrs.
Hodges in Fortland last Friday.
Miss Emma Fisher an Laura Knight
were in Barlow Monday.
Miss Lou Draper, of Oregon City, was vis
iting her brother. Prof. Draper, on Monday.
A. Kocher, of Marks Prairie, was in town
ne day last weeK.
Cbris and Miss Gussie Cole, of Aurora,
were in town last Friday.
The dark rainy nights will soon be here.
We think it would be a good thing for this
town if the council would make some effort
to have a few more sidewalks laid down and
a few street lamps put up.
SEW l&.K NEWSLETS.
Steamboat Soured-Man Hurt-Hunters Be
torn With Tropbys of the Chase.
Xkw Era, Sept. 18. While digging a cel
lar John Zins, ef this place, was struck by a
mass of falling earth, breaking his collar
bone. He is able to be around, carrying h a
arm in a sling.
Tbe Anettia, a small river steamer, while
leaving the landing at this place about noon
today, ran her stern against a submerged
reef of rocks, breaking a large hole in her
hull which required her to be beached to '
avoid sinking. Her crew are busy mak
John Reineman is quite sick with a fever.
Geo. Veteto has sold his farm and con
templates visiting Illinois the coming win
ter. Miss Isabella McArthur is attending tbe
stale fair at Salem.
Miss Nettie A. Olds will teach the school
at New Era the coming winter. She, in
company with Mrs. Katie Kehm Smith, re
cently returned from the coast where they
have been enjoying a vacation.
John Burgoyne and V. W. Jesse have re
turned from Mount Adams, Washington.
John brought home the bide of a fine black
bear which he proudly exhibits as a trophy
of bis superior skill as a huntsman.
Potatoes a Fair Yield-Pleasant Party-Mln.
. later Closes bis Work at Central Point.
CisTBAL Poist, Sept. 18. Potato digging
is in full blast giving promise of a fair yield.
Our old friend Richard Dundas is again
with os, having traded his property on the
coast for the Geo. Waldron property. Wel
come back, Dick.
Hop picking is completed in this vicinity,
and rumors of a dance at one of the yards
are floating around.
Tbe Rev. Gardner .preached his farewell
sermon at Central Point M. E. church on
Sunday evening before leaving for confer
ence. A pleasant surprise party was given to
Lake Casto at Alpine farm on Saturday
night, it being on the eve of his departure
for Corvallis college, from which he will
graduate next year. Every one voted it a
Smykka, Sept. 17. Miss Ida M. Yoder
left for Salem last Wednesday to attend the
Willamette University the ensuing year.
The hop pickers are about all at borne
Emanuel Garber, formerly of Dade county,
Missouri, is stopping here a few days on his
way home from California,
Misses Alice and Emma Ackerson have
gone to Forest Grove to attend the Univers
ity there during the coming year.
Joe Busbart is working with McKinney
Bros, this week bop baling.
Jfonnt Pleasant Views.
Mt. Pleabakt, Sept. 18.-Ed. Kellogg is
having bis straw baled.
Hop pickers are gathering home from the
hop fields. George and Archie McCord
have not yet returned.
The potato yield averages well. At all
events Arthur Russell may expect a good
Ethel McCord is not at all well and can-
not attend school. Naturally during the
Illness of her little sister Ruby, much care
devolved upon her for she has always been
Kiiby's faithful little nurse. Miss Chase
ami the school children will nibs her very
much, for a little girl who is faithful In her !
duties toward the little ones at home can
not but 1 plraMiig elsewhere.
Mr. Molar and family have been having
their outing in the mountains.
Mrs. K. K. Kellogg, or White Hall, has
been making some advanlagous changes In
her already very pleasant home. To those
who have an acquaintance w 1th tht house
to visit It is like an inspiration, l-ookinx
back as It were with the mind's eye we see
all over again the festive scenes of years
gone in that same old bouse.
I.OOAN, fcpt. Ill Alex. Thomson) was
lost in the woods while hunting the cows
one evening this week. He dually tied his
handkerchief to his dog's collar and was
thus led out of dithYulty and darkness.
The attendance at Logan schools was les
sened this week by the hop picking at KM.
John Schuttel a favorite horse has the
Jacob Huber also has a sick horse.
Martin Johnson and Miss Lettie Held at
tended services at Pamascus church today.
Rev. Rover was to have been at Logan
church today, but failed lo appear.
Mrs. Clark was out Irom Portland visiting
Clem's bachelor quarters and also visiting
! u,f(l fri(,m!, slle U)0k. .Master Jiniiiiie,
who has been enjoying his vacation in the
country, back to attend Portland school,
Quite a number of Lcganites are hauling
their w heat to the Viola mill
Joe Gill i
havinn his buckwheat made into flour putties, and in fact all their mental en
there, jergy dcHnda on the Imriiionioua action
Miss Matilda Reed has opened school in of all the vital organ. A poorly digested
the Tracy district. I dinner may make one quarrel with a
Portland hunters are blooming in Hie i frtcn.l. A contested liver mav bring
woods at this season. Puil ! '."'?. ,0OI T111t"hle, lnto
i sunniest day . A rheumatic pain may
I keep you from business or work ami en-
Harmony Hello. tirely change some marked out policy.
H.IHM05T, Sept. 15,-Otir six month s j a few dom-a of Moore' Revealed Remedy
term ol school commenced Monday with a ! will give tone to everv function and
good attendance. Miss Emma Sturchler muke you enjoy your friends and your
and Miss Mullen are the teachers. work.
A few of our people have departed for the ' por jj,,),, or Trade
hop yard. Mr. Morey and family returned I
this week. Howl driving and work liorne, weighs
F. Jones, of La Center, Wash., is visiting I ,)ollt 1300 pounds, w ill sell for a reason-
with his mother, Mrs. Danials.
Rev. W". H. Karr lias removed to Sunny
side, where he wilt remain for some time.
Mr. Clift was engaged in burning his
slashing last Sunday.
Mr. Karr. who has been quite sick this
week, is improving.
Grandma Luther contemplates visit to
her relatives in Washington county. She
expects to be gone about two months.
Beaver Creek News.
Beaver Creek, Sept 15. Mrs,
Thomas is visiting relatives at Troutdale.
She expects to begone some time.
Wm.Grisentha.aite is planning to build
an extensive cottage on his laud at this
place. Mr. Moebnke will be boss carpenter.
Miss Gussie Maddock was the guest of j
Miss Jennie Rowen several days last week.
The threshing in this community has
nearly all been done. The grain was very
light; lots of straw but very little grain.
Miss Grace Moran is teaching in the Hen
Harry Rowen who has been quite sick is
able to be around again.
Clakkes, Sept. 17. Threshing is almost
finished in this section. Elmer Brother tare
doing lots of good work around here.
Mr. Everhart of Molalla threshed on Sun
day as well as any other day. Crops are
not turning out as well as usual. Suppose
on account of the ravages of the aphis.
Died, Thursday night, infant son ofW.
M. and Lillie Bottomiller.
Miss Lizzie Grace has returned from
camping where she has been for a short
time picking hops.
Born, to the wife of August Bottomiller
Rev. Meier will bold services in the Har
mony school house in the evening at 8
o'clock on the 23d inst. Alma.
Bohisgs, Sept. 18, Threshing is all done
in this part. M. Vetsches has the largest
number of bushels 1512 bushels of oats
and 2fl$ of wheat, making lWilJ bushels.
Johnny Hilon is going to quit handling
wheat and oats and engage in hauling
Orville Baring intends to start to school
at the Portland University next Monday.
Most of our people were glad to see the
rain as they think it will help the late po
M. Vetsch is building him a large cellar.
People can still be seen going to and from
Staffoud, Sept. 17. A party composed of
E. A. Moses and wife, J". P. Gage, wife and
son, Wm. I. Williams and Mrs. John
Branch, returned from a trip to Nestucca,
arrhing home Friday evening. Like all
coasters they became quite oadly tanned,
but for all that they brought along splendid
John Holsworth has been hauling wood
from here to Oswego to warm up the poor
people the coming winter.
Sharp Bros, bave almost finished thresh
ing grain for this season. They will proba
bly have a quantity of clover seed to hull
School commenced in district No. 41 to
day with 18 pupils in attendance, Prof.
Beattie at the hopper.
Bphisowateb, Sept. 18. Threshing ia
about over and the two ateam threshers
tbat have been running in thia vicinity will
go to their winter quarters. The yield of
grain was not ao good as usual but reached
as great as was anticipated. Dubois, Ix-w-ellen
and Howell threshed over 20,000 bush
els. W. J. I.ewellen'8 field of oats averaged
52 bushels per acre. D. C. Howell threshed
from one acre and a fourth 105 bushels.
The potato crop will he short as they
ripened before the fall rain.
The late cabbages are in danger of being
I destroyed by lice If not driven away or ile-
atroyed by the frost.
Considerable destruction Is being done
among the sheep by coyotes.
A large bear made a raid on 0. W, Hon
dish's hogs. Jack Mnrrs gnva him a lively
chase but did not get him.
As Palntateer and l.lveriuore'i logging
car was coming in over the new liueol tram
way which they have built from tlivlr mill
to a One body of timber on John Albright's
land, the car, heavily laden with logs, be
came unmauagahle while going down a
grade and attained such rapiM speed as to
run against the four yoke of oxen hauling
It and all were piled up at the foot of the
grade. Hut little damage was done, though
it was a close call for the team.
Miss Flora Newbill leaves for Portland lo
spend a few weeks.
Miss Annie Sylvanua leaves soon (oat
tend school in Portland. Miss May Slipp
also leaves for Portland.
A. M. Shibleywill attend Presbytery at
Portland the 4th of October.
Wm. fornett will attend synod October 8.
The Sunday school will give a concert at
Springwater Presbyterian church on Sep
tember SO at 7 p. m. Everybody Invited.
Jack Knife Whittling.
K ui,i Ckkkk, Sept. IS. Threshing Is all
done In thia section of country. A good
dealol grain got el with the recent rains.
The man injured at Hull Run bridge Is
rcxrted as getting along very well consid
ering. Johnnie Glover is going to attend school
at Ely this a inter.
lie Your Own .Master.
K.w iwMmlo aimrtviittM how much
, thoir iiittireacions. their whims and im-
lame price or trade for ladies driving
horse. Inquire of Gko. 1. Waknek,
Burnieister A Andresen carrv in stock
i the Urgent line of Roger's silverware in
! the county embracing spoons, forka,
knives, tea sets, berry dishes, butter
dishes, picket dishes, cake baskets and
Ladies, do you know l'r. Mary II.
Stanton's Kemaline, the Fatuous Female
Spevilic. will cure all those aches and
pains peculiar to you, and will cost you
only 1 1 for one months treatment.' I will
send any lady a trial box, free, who will
send uie the names and addresses of ten
ladies who are in delicate Health. A vents
wanted everywhere. Write for full par
ticulars to Mrs. L. M. Little, manager
wi10e!iaie wwtern J,.,, Houlton, Ore-
Hup limners' Save Money
and trouble by insuring your hops ami
hop buildings at the leading insurance
agency of the city. Will give you 23 per
cent discount on the rates of last year.
Several of the liest American and En
glish companies represented.
F. E. Donaldson, Agent.
Out mid Straw.
Oats for 30 cents and billed oat straw
for $3 per ton at the old Apperson place.
V. E. Johnson, or leave orders: with
E. E. Williams, the grocer.
The latest in visiting cards at the En
tekpkise OKricE. Prices to suit you.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
Awarded Gold Medal Midwinter Fair, San Francisco.
DEIX SHAVEK, Master.
Will leave Portland foot of Mad
ison street Mondays, WedneHdays
and Fridays, at 6 o'clock A. M. for
Clatskanie & Way Landings.
Returning the steamer will pass
Oak point at 4:15; Rainer, 6:00;
Kalama, fi:45; St. Helens, 8:00 A.
M., on Tuesdays, Thursdays and
The company reserves the right
to change time without notice.
For freight or passenger rates
Sir. c. i Slier;
apply to dock clerk at Portland, foot! Par or anawer tl e plaintiff will apply to the
ii V i i . Court for Ihe relief prayed for In the complaint.
o anijiugiwii . 'i.,oi m injirt nirauttl
This is the nearest and most di
rect route to the Nehalem valley,
GUNSMITH AND LOCKSMITH
Full Stock of Guns & Ammunition.
Repairs on all kinds of small machines
promptly made. Duplicate keys to
any lock manufactured. Hhop on
Main Street, next to
F COMPANY, FIRST REGIMENT, O. JJ. 0.
Armory, Third and Main. Regular drill night,
Monday. Regular bualneaa meetings, flrat
Monday of each month.
J. W. rianoug, ... Captain
F.8 Kelly, - - Flrat Lieutenant
h. L. Hlckena, - - Second Lieutenant
FALLS ENCAMPMENT, No. , I. O O. F.
Meets flrat and third Tueadayaof each month,
at Odd Fellows hall. Members and vlaltiug
patriarchs, cordially Invited to attend.
J. A. STEWART, W. H HOWELL,
Scribe. Chief Patriarch.
LADIES KID GLOVES FOR 75c,
IF YOU WANT SHOES THAT WILL WEAR
COME TO CANBY.
firOP.P.riftft ALWAYS THE LOWEST.
Crescent Wedges (warranted.) B it S Proof Chains. Aroado FiloH
Loggers and Wood Choppers SjH'eialties.
Oregon City Agent, ......
HAI.K O.N EXKCfTloS.
In the Circuit Court of the Stale ol Oregon fur
the County of Clackamaa.
Tboinaa Charman aud K. K. Charman. partners
aa Ihnmaa Charman A Hon, I'UlnlirTa. vs.
Oeorge Wnn.no ami Mary K. Wataon, Ie-
State of Oregon, Cminly of Clackamaa, aa
Notice la herehv Klvrli llial f virtue ol an,
execution aud onler of aale laatied ami of ih
I Ircull Court of the Stale ol Orrtmi fur the
County t.l t'la. kama.. bearing dale the l ilh day
of Sriitrinlier. Ia"t, In a ault wlirrrln 1 humai i
I ( hsniiHU ami K. K. Charman. pnrttiera aa
j Thorn' Charman A Sun, were .UIiitl(1. and
lieorire Wathnu and Mitrjr K. Watami wrro d
i lemUnla. rninmandliig nic. In Hie name "I Hie
' state of orcKnu, that out of the real raute here
1 liiK(terileerlUd. lo reallM a sum aurlk-leiil to
I satisfy the demands ol aald deeree. In wit:
j tuv tinriher w uh internal on llir aauie aluce
July '."Jill, IMfi, at 10 per eroi. per annum, a oil
! al the ensia i.l and attending thia aale.
! Now. therefore. In oliedlenee loaoeh decree. I
did. on the 17th day of September. IW. duly
levy upon, and will, on Saturday, the JOth day
of Oeiulier, li, t the hour ol I o'clock V. M. of
said day, at the front door of the court house In
aid county, oner for aale at nuhllc auction, ami
Bell lo the (llgheat ami heal didder, for caah III
hand, all of (lie right, title and Interest the aald
defendants have In and to the fnlloarlng de
rriled real property, to-wll: The N K of N
W ami Lot I of Section !1. Township s South
of ItniiKu l Kaat VY. M.. containing .11 ' IUU acres,
situate In Clackamas County, Oregon.
liuted thia isih day ol September A. I. WM.
K. C. MAMIOCK,
HhcrlfTof ('Urkamaa county, Oregon
By K. M Mooliy. Deputy H il :IU-l
Ia the Circuit Court of ihe Stale of Oregon, for
the County of Clackamaa:
II. K. Sargent, plaintiff, va. Heaale C, Hargeul,
To Heaale C. Hargent, defendant:
In the name of the Stale of Oregon, you are
here!7 reoulred lo appear and anawer tlie cone
I lalnt flli-d agalnat you In the a hove entitled
court ami chum oj or hefore Monday. Itie fifth
day of November, Dot, that helng the flrat day
of the next term of the ahove entitled court,
following an week'a publication ol llila aiiin
inolia. and If you fall ao lo appear ami anawer
Ihe aald complaint, for want thereof the plain
tl IF will apply to the court lor the relief prayed
for In the complaint herein, to-wit: for a decree
dlaaolvlng (he bonda of matrimony now exlat
Ing between youraelf and plalntlft. and for aueh
other relief aa may be euiiltahle and for the
coata and dlahuraerr.entaof thia ault. Thia aum
mona ia aerved hy publication and puhllahed
by virtue of au order made by the Honorable
T. A. Mellrlde. Judge of aald court, duly made
and entered the 1,'ith day of September, Iw.K
DIJKIIAM A HI. ATT.
9V. 0-V. Attomeya or HlalntlrT.
In the Circuit Court of Ihe State of Oregon for
the county of Clackamaa
Anna Weatou. pliilniill, va. Mnaon Weatoii, de
fendant. To Maaon Weaton, the above named defendant:
In the name of Ihe State of Oregon, you are
hereby required to appearand anawer the com
plaint of the plaintiff herein on or before Mon
day, the 5lli day of November, A. I. IMil. the
tame belmr Ihe flrat day of the next regular
; term or Ihe aald court: and II you laii ao lo ap-
to wit: For a decree dlaaolviiig the tiond of
matrimony between heraelf and nelendant,
i Hiid for a decree of divorce herein; and for her
Coata and dlahuracmeuta; and lor aui h further
and equitable relief aa to thia Honorable Court
may aeem Juat and proper.
Thia aiimmoua la piibllahed by order of Hon.
Iiyal II. Htearna, Judve of the 4th Judicial liia
trlct, made ou the I'J'.h day of September. A. IJ.
IWH. HKOWNEI.1, A WKKHUKK,
t-l:10-3n Attomeya for HlalntlrT.
In the Circuit Court, of the State of Orogon for
the County of Clackamas.
8. C Spencer, plaintiff, vs. R. 8. Spencer, de
fendant. To II, H. Spencer, the above named defendant:
In the name of the Stale of Oregon, von are
hereby required to appear and answer the com
plaint of the plalntlir herein on or before Mon
day, the nth day of November. A. I. IK'.H, the
same being the flrat day of the next regular
term of the aald Court: and If you fall so to ap
pear and anawer, the plaintiff will apply to the
Court for the relief prayed for ill the complaint,
to wit: For a decree dlaaolvlng the bonds of
matrimony between himself and defendant,
and for a decree of divorce herein; and forhla
coats and dlabiiraements herein; ami for such
further and eoultahle relief aa to this Honorable
Court may seem lust and proper.
This summons la puhllahed by order of Hon.
Loyal 11. Stearns, Judge of the 4th Judicial illa
trict, made ou the I'JIh day of September, A. I.
imt BROWNKLL & IiRKHSKK.
-21 :10-2C Attorneys lor HlaiutllT,
Hats Greatly Reduced
Hats for 25 and 50 Cents.
Just in From the East.
IlAmGIJOHST & COMPANY,
" 151 Kroiit StrtVl. HARDWARE I rortland, Oregon.
Norlhweatvra Agents fur
- l -
Candy -:- Factory
High Grade French and Home
Muilo Cumlii H, lire Crt ani uiul
Families, Parties anJ Sociables
Supplied with Ion Cri-iim in
any quantity ; rules reason nt.lo.
Try Our Ice Cream Soda.
Tropical Fruits anil Nuts.
Main Struct, opp. Commercial lutnk
II. S. Cram, Manager.
1H00 miles of long dis
tance telephone wire in
Oregon and Washington
now in operation by tlio
Oregon Telephone and Tel
1'ortland, Seattle, Spo
kane, Tacoma, Salem,
Walla Walla, Pendleton,
Albany and other towns
in the two states on tlio
Quick, accurate, cheap.
All the satisfaction of a
Distance no (-fleet to a
clear understanding. SK
kane as easily heard as
Oregon City office at
Huntley's Drug Store.
J. H. THATCHER, MANAGER,
Portland, - Oregon.
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for
the Comity of Clackamas, as:
Alva J.AIIvn, Plaintiff, va. WaliaceJ. II nice and
Clara (J. Rrtiee, defendants. '
To Wallace,!. Ilruceand Clara 0. Ilruce, def'ta:
In the name of the State of Oregon, you are
hereby required to appear and anawer the com
plaint filed against you In the ahova entitled
ault within ten days from the date of theaurvico
of thlssiimmoiia upon you, if served wllhln this
county: or, If served lu any other county of
this state, then wllhln twenty ilaya from the
dare of the servlceof this summons upon you.
And If von fall so to answer, lor want thereof,
the plalntlir will take Jiidgiiieuiagalnat you for
the sum of eleven hundred dollars and Intereat
thereon since thelllh day of September, l'.i:i,
at the rate ol eight per cent, per annum, all In
U S, gold coin, and for one hundred dolhira
attorney's fees In this suit, together with his
coats and dlsburnenients herein, and apply to
thecourt for the forei loaure of a certain mort
gage deacrllied In theeomplalut.as well as other
eoultahle relief demanded lu the complaint on
flic in said courtauu cause. V. H. HYliE,
V-'il.M-'&i Attorney for HlalutlfT.
Rope. Crewe nt N co-
WILSON A COOK
TO THE COAST
Iti iluceil Raton.
Tlio lar'e ami cmmoliou
STR. SARAH DIXON,
Conifortalilo ltciln. :
: (Mean Statc-rootim.
Leaves Yamliill-street wharf for
HIIIIIIII O I. 1 1 ly 11 lid) ll
Antoria, .Monday, Wodnwilay nn
Friday, at ! I'. M., connecting al
ltridgo with Si-anhore Kul Com-
puny for Oearhart, (irimes and Sea-
side. Tickets sold throunh, and
baggage checked to any point on
Seashore Koad Company line, and
connects at Astoria with limits for
Ilwaco and Long linu-h.
Returning leaves at (i:.'50 p. in.,
Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday.
Company reserves right to chango
Shaver Transiiortation Co,
J. C. Oliplwnt, Agent.
J.. W. Shaver, Managor.
Is prepared to make photographs
of all kinds promptly
. and in
FIRST CLASS STYLE
Babies' and Children's Pictures
Call and examine his work
At the Old New York Gallery
Second door north of Harding's
Drug Store, Oregon City.
THE BON TON.
Main Street, near Fifth.
Jos. Schlitz Brewing Co.'s Mil
waukee beer on draught.
All the Best Brands of Cigars.