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All uotiN (or this column mIioiiIiI lie
cut to Mm, II, H, (iil)Hon, editor,
Ori'ifin Clly, Oregon .
('(inllniiinl from IiimI wwtk.
Tliln In not iiHuuily tlm (unit of tlio
timrlior, Imt ruiliiT of tlm Hrcliliurt, or
pjuMllily tlm Kcliool dlrm'tom. When
thO llill Wllll'll Wll (lllHlKtlllll for tllH
llroi:lor'e) Kntinlfiiiliiir'H lirtru Id rciliiccil
fur tlio Hi'liuolliiiiiwi, one CHiinot xM'i:t
nincli o( a cIiimiIIidmho. Ami una lit not
disappointed. Tint pupil" ill UiU room
then, linvlnif tirentlied up nil tlio air
there In, uml IiuvIiik tliun vonu to wink
on cm li otlir'n breath mid ud that
up, nat'irnlly Itueoinu liintvy-liemlitd,
stupid, uMpliyxliitml. Ilcru In a boy who
cmiuot rwiiioinlii-r liin own iihiiiii. A to
gmiKriliy, Tuxim U vague lilur on Mm
ump loniHwIiuro in It limit) Inland, lie
think, Imt wisely ri-funN to coiiunit
himself KMiitivlv. In lilHlory, he re
members! Unit Hum HoiimIoii wrote the
I'dcluriitloii of liulfM-iiilni o, hii'I thikl
tlio dyliiK word of C'apluin Lawrence
wvre, "I)on't iilyu up the AImiiioI" In
arithmetic' he niukca a "dead flunk,"
InkliiK li in rulura without firing a nlnt.
Whitl the boy net-da I five, or It'll, or
flftiH'ii mliiiiti'Pi in the great, big wi'lit-
out ul doora. !lu i In run anil wren-
tlo, jump Mini H yell twenty-five or
thirty ycllM, that will awell and expand
hi lungs like national ili'ht ill war
titnr. Wlutt ilm'N lila blcnxcil U-uclier do?
No, no, don't try tonM-uk; I'm admin
istrating thin knout. Keep tlio boy in nl
ri-i'i mi. I ve wen you lo it ; nnre, tw li e.
Ill had nit many dollar a I've aei'ii
you keep boy mill girl in at recesa be
came lliry missed their lessolis, I woiihl
buy a new milt of clothe every week In
Now it doe, seem to nit', thut of till
the antiquated, outgrown, at-nseles
puiilhiiH'iitH luiil upon the growing liu
limn rare, thin la the moal well, I
going to say luihedle, hut I won't, he
cause, it iH ued hy tlm iiiohI Inti-I lif i-nt ,
the wisest, hy ul 1 o.lla the moat pulicnl,
nml I will auy too the gentlest people of
America. I fancy the punisliinent is
imply mi illustration of the survival of
the uiifHU'Ht. We ue it Ix-caiiae our
father used it, ami they uaeiril because,
poaaibly, thry didn't know any letter.
Why, it tiMH been within tie century, I
think, that the custom of landing the last
man who shinned aloft whin they were
shortening cull wa alioliahed in the
Kngllli navy. Took the admiralty 1
don't know how muny years to learn
thai when men go aloft, one at a lime,
oinelMxly has to he laat. The cuatoin
waa borrowed from the Chineae, who
train their duck to come aboard the
boat promptly by the name method; the
luHt dm k up the plunk ia beaten all the
way. It ia worthy of the Chinese. And
so Ili a method of ptinihhii'g a pupil (or
atuiiidily, ia a relic o( bmb.irioua ) enter
day. Iliaoua iar with the law o( im
prisonment for debt. If a mun can't
pay his debts, put him in js.il, where he
cun never emu a cent, until he does pay.
This foolish old world, alow of heait and
bruin to learn and (iiii k to forget.
Now 1 am it man of mature ye.us. 1
am alill in school; never expect to
graduate. Hut I liuvu more control over
my own tuovemeiila than I used to pos
ses. Home duva the world lurna round
too fust; tlu slot machine, which does
whiitlum (ond of calling my thinking
for me, ia out o( order, everything geta
juinlileit, dates, places, iiftinea, ideaa;
the hooka reud backward, like a witch's
chiirin ; there ia a erfect tiahara of
blank paper on aty desk, blank aa my
bruin und those pugea muut be filled
before the bud goc" down. What do I
do? "Slay in at recess?" Slick to that
muddled and muddliiiK dm of mine,
uropinK about in a muddy pond of stu
pid confusion in the hope of grappling a
thought hy nndby?Not much. I bolt
out of the door, 1 make a bee line for
the woods, I take a brisk walk. I run
over to the village and mix up with men,
I gel away from the den, and the ink
well, and the typewriter. I don't
aluike your head ut me, I do, I toll you
I "piny hookey" for half an hour, an
hour, half a day, maybe. Then I como
back and that work simply doua itself
after I get it stinted.
If I hud my wuy, I would muko it a
niisileiiieuiior to keep mliool cliliuren
"in at reccHM." Ah I don't have my
way save only when I am alone, and
even then I ul win s get euuulit at it and
have to smart fur it lean only giowl.
J tut I really like to see this: punishment
banished from ull schools. I don't bo
lieve it accompli lies anything. I be
liuvu it aggravated the ovilait is intended
to correct. Let's away w ith it. Substi
tute for it hoiiio rational punishment.
And I believe il lias a bud clluct on
the pupils. It has on some boys, I am
oitivo. There was a boy went to our
school (oity years ago, a good boy too,
a real good, loving, gentle, earnest, am
bitious boy. He used to keep tally of
the recesses be lost by being "kept in."
Then, when they amounted to a half
day, this boy good and gentle, and in
the main obedient, would whoop off to
the lake, "play hookey" and fish all day,
and o "make it up" he used to say.
And I'd do it again under the sanio cir
fitances. ' TKACIIKKS1 ASSOCIATION.
The next meeting of the Clackamas
County Teachers' Association will be held
in the school building of Milwaukee, on
Saturday, March 30, opening at 10 a, m.
sharp. An liilereatlng program ha been
prepared and preparations are being
made to iiinke tlila aa Miireasfiil a meet
ing as ever held by the association, An
evening session will be held for which
a special program will he prepared. At
this meeting Col. Hubert A. Miller, of
Oregon City, will deliver an address on
education viewed bom a business iiimi's
stand point. It Is expected thut teachers
will iinke a special effort to attend this
meeting as the association has so devel
oped thut it is practically a teacher'
Milwaukee cun bo reached at any hour
by the electric cars or hy the boat r
tlio Southern Pacillc trains. The follow
ing Is the program for the day session :
Music, Ical Talent.
I'rlmary number work, Klgira Mullan.
reniiianshi "Unsolved, That tiie
system of vettical wilting Is hettei than
the Spencerian system." Affirmative,
lv M. Ward ami llutlie K. Munroe;
negatlve.K, C. Haekett and (iertrude
Music, Local Talent.
Kindergarten Class Itrill, Florence
Address, "What do we owe the state?"
Prof. II. K Slriinge.
Quotations from Whittier, Association
The Cataract Lnlerlalii.
The riieiiiliers of Cataract Hose Com
pany No. 'J, held a banquet at their
rooms I'liiluy night. A number of the
ireinheis of the otl.er fiie companies and
a few other invited guests were present.
The company regaled themselves with
vood eating and drinking until a late
hour. Delight (ill music was furmm-d hy
(iilbert Poller's orchotra, and short
speeches w ei e nude. Some of the Vet
erans present, amongst them Mayor
Straight and J. P. Slover, became re
miniscent, recalling the heroic deeds per
formed by the Catalans in days gone hy.
Cataract Iloee Company No. 1 has
been in existence since lHii7, being
formed out of the Mclaughlin hose com
pany which was Oregon City's first tire
company. Col. W L. White, Thomas
iterry, Pave Smith and J. M. Fraxer
were the organixers of the Cataract. Col.
Whito t aa the first president of the com
pany and waa an active member for
twelve years, serving as chief engineer
of the department for several mccessive
terms. It was during one of these terms
that the department was presented with
two silver truinH'ls by Ken llolladay for
meritorious work at the horning ol the
steamers Shoo Fly and Reliance.
Program for Nautilus ('. M. I- C.
Kxercises for Monday evening, March
Hull call, Quotations from Tennyson.
l'aNr, ' Christianity and Kngli h
Character sketch, "Sir Walter Scott,"
with an account of his works.
liebate, "liesolved, that the uso of
voting machines would be a bene lit to
Vis-al Music, ljuailelte.
lteHrt of critic.
Report of committee on program.
Circle w ill meet at residence of L. C.
Priggs, at 8 o'clock sharp Friends of j
members are welcome. )
An Odd Collection. j
A man in Colorado has a quaint col
lection of bottles It is divided into two
sections Section one is large. Section
two is not. Section one contains bun-1
dreds of bottles, the contents of which I
his wife swallowed hoping to find reliuf
from her physical sufferings. Section
two contains a few bottles that once were ,
fiilled with Pr. Pierce'a Favorite Pre-1
scriptiun. It was this potent remedy
that gave the suffering wife her health
again. It cures all It regularities, in
ternal intlammation and ulceration, dis
placements and kindred troubles. It
lias done more to relieve the sufferings
of women than any other medicine
known to science.
Pile tumors, rupture and fistuhc, radi
cally cured by improved methods. Hook
10 cents in stamps. 'World's Pispensary
Medical Association, Fmffalo, N. Y.
Highest cnsli price paid for second
hand goods of all kinds ut second hand
store opposite Noblitt's stable on 7th ut.
Headquarter for garden seeds
K. V.. Williams, the grocer.
A dollar saved is equal to two dollars
earned, l'av up your HiiliHciption to the
Kntkiii'HIsk and get the the beneht of
the reduction in price.
Jtiplico MankH, real patnto blnnks, anil
all oilier blanks nt the Knticki'HIHk of
tloe. l'ortlund priced.
Send your address to K. K. Ducklen &
Co., Chicnio and get a free sample btix
of Dr. Kinii'a New Life Pills. A trial
will convince you of its merits. These
pills are easy In at tlon and are particu
larly effective in the cure ot t otiBtipatlon
and tick headache. For malaria and
liver trouble they have been proved In
valuable. They are guaranteed to be
perfectly free from every deleterious sub
stance and to be purely vegetable. They
do not weaken by their action, but by
giving tone to stomach and bowels
greatly Invigorate the system. Regular
size 25 cents, per box. Sold by Chnrman
4 Co,, drugifist, Charman Bros. Block.
Th following U th llsl of letters remain
ing in lti piiftolltre at Oregon City, Oregon,
I :: P. M., March 0), JHitt:
Arnold, K K
Nlalil, W A
Morgan, II i'
McCnsker, M M
Noyer, II V
Phillips, A W
KalMleliw Ii, Mary
llogera, Mi A II
Handera, Mn M K
If culled for male when advertised.
8. It. OUKKN.P. M.
Those who have used Dr. King' New
Discovery know its value, and those who
have not, 'have now the opportunity to
try II Iree. Call on the advertised drug
ges' and get a trl.d bottle free. Send
your name und address to II. K. liucklen
it Co., Chicago, and get a sample box of
Pr. King's New Life pills free, as well
aa a copy of (iuide to Health and House
hold Instructor fiee. All of which ia
guaranteed to do you good and cost you
nothing ( barman A Co.' Drugstore,
Chnrman liros. Block
Prs. III. key the dentist owing to the
increased practii e in llieir Portluntl office
has been compelled to discontinue their
Oregon City office. Parlies desiring
dental work will find them in the Dekuin
building Third and Washington streets
Portland Those having 'i or more
woitb of w irk done will have their
round trip (ulr deducted from their bill.
We might teli yon more alKiiit One
Minute Cough Cine, hut yen pinbably
know that it curea a cough. Every one
doea who has used it. It is a perf-ct
reined) (or coughs, colds hoarseness.
It la an esnvlul for children, being
pleasant to take and quick in curing.
C (i. Huntley, dregkdst
Captain Sweeney, U. S A , San Piego,
Cal.savs: ".hi:oh'a Catarrh Kemedy
is tile lirt medicine I have evflr found
that would do me any go'sl" Price 5t-.
For sale hy (ieo. A. Harding
Our Groceries aie Fresh
and of tlto beet quality.
In Prices v:e meet
GARY & WISSINGER.
Let me have a trial order.
ISHjC'U" kMtWJiaw fill
If votl use tlie Prtnlnm
larubatora A Unaxlcn.
Mike wtrnt-y while
other are wasting
CaUti;tells all about
II ,and uricrltc every
article needed tor Inc
mechanically the bert
We are Pacihc Coast
Aaenta. Bicvcle cata-
lojue,mailcU free.girei E
fell devrtritlon. prieea. etc., aofkts wawtfd.
PET ALUM A ritCOBATOR C0..Petilann,Cal.
Dkanch lioesB, tu b Main tt., Lua Angeles.
want a Name
and will pay
rtl 4 rage I I
rw, Catalogue a
for It. For rartlmlara ar Vlck'a Floral Jiitd for is, whlrh
mntallM mlnntl plaint of VU k'a Uranrlilnl Artrr, Hwwt V(W
tnl'ltn, HillMl.anil Unlit Flowrr. Ilolllutrationi dnKriptlona
that dmrrllw. not iiiIhIpbiI; hlnton.iwliianiltrnplnlliiI. Print
l In Wtlinrrftit rolorcd Itikn. llli on receiptor lOccnta, which
nay badoluctnl from nnlonlw. Vtcl iswdjoonulm tli ftrm at UI
CHOICE SWEET PEAS
Hmnll Qimntltlua at WholnialB l'riooa.
40 CENTS A FOUND,
Wa bare (rroirn tons of Swwt Tm the pwt lUtnmtT of a Terr fine
quality to twM to uWoour frlrmltt a real trrat. Think of it, 25 a
rirtira ami colon mlml. A pound onlr 40 rrnla I hnlf pound
it3 cental marlrr ponnd cental ounce JO enta.
nrj r tt nurrrt n.ntv nmnA nwlilcr.rhannlnar Pot riant
UVLU r LU VV LrV. Kxcelltnt
eacn ; two mr 40 ornta,
COLUMBIAN RASr BERRY. KriS
tmnrlT Tltoroua. rmltitlnr droncht ; rrorpitlon by tlpa. no nirkrra j
fruit vny lam. color durk ml: bwt Wrry for cannlnp;, rrtalnln
ilw, color anil flavor; loin urMon of fruiting; blah quality of lata
fruit! fruit aillterra to the atrm, not dropnlna; aoi not crumM In
plcklnir; eicrllfntahloprr; wondrrftillr proline, over sonoquartsper
4a4. StaUona and Fruit Gro wen. Single plaata Mcta.) oneooieu Dianu 3 tyj 'Jtl
BUUoru tud Fruit Grower. Single
Oregon City Enterprise
$1.50 Per Year
To (ood Trmplurs.
1)0 you know that Moore ' I'.eveitled
Itemi'dy is the only patent medicine in
the world that does not contain a drop
of alcohol ; Hiat the modi) of preparing
it is know ii only to its dilcover; that It
is an advance in the science of medicine
without a parallel In the nineteenth
century; that its proprietor offer to
forfeit 1,000 for any case of dysvpsia
it will not cure?
A beautiful woman must lie healthy,
and to remain healthy and beautiful
she should take Dr. J. II. McLean's
Strengthinu Cordial and Blood Puritler.
It Imparts tone ami flush to the skin,
vigor and pure biota) ; Is equally adapted
for all ages, from the balm to the aged,
of either sex. For sale by C. (i. Huntley,
Frequently accidents occur In the
household which causes burns, cuts,
sprains ami- bruises; fog we in such
cases Dr. J. II. Mclan'a Volcanic Oil
Liniment has for many year been the
constant favorite family remedy. For
S'lle by C. O. Huntley, druggist.
You make no mistake when you take
De Witts Little Early Risers for bilious
ness, dysK-psia or headache, necanse
these little pills cure them. C. U
WINTER TIME TABLE.
STR. SARAH DIXON,
For Astoria and Clatskanie.
Leave WASHINGTON STREET
DOCK for Astoria, Sunday mor
ning at 7:.'i0. Monday and Wednes
day evening at 7:''0.
RETURNING leaves Astoria
Monday morning at G:30; Tuesday
and Thursday evening at 5 o'clock.
Connecting at Oak Point on down
trip with steamer Messenger for
Clatskanie; and on up trip from
On Fridays will leave Portland at
1 o cluck I M. for Oak roint con
necting with steamer Messenger for
and from Clatskanie. Return to
Portland the same night.
River Route, via.
Joseph Kellopg Trans. Co.
STR. JOSEPH KELLOGG leaves
Kelso Monday, Wednesday and
f riday, at ( A. al. Leaves Port
land, Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday at 7 A. M.
STR. XORTirVEST-""-Leaves Port
land Monday, Wednesday and
Friday for Kelso and Upper Cow
litz river points, returning the
This is the only direct route to
reach all Cowlitz river points.
VM. R. HOLM AN", Apent.
Taylor Street Dock. Portland, Or.
t aaaa. a w a.
ABSOLUTELY PDRE 1K KiS
COMPETENT PHARMACISTS EMPLOYED
Fine Perrumsrles and Toilet Articles.
Ao a lull itock ol
F-A-IHSTTS- OILS ETC.
for BonKn. 1'lauu ceuta
plauti 60cU. onedowo dUoU 6
-I,- ' ''
A Krllglou l.itri-Hry and Family
('D'lf nmlnll nl, unliluH nn'l Imptrtlnl. A
puper lor clerrymen, n. liolim. lurliiri,
buxIrieNS men atitl fntlllt'M. It tlig
c ". etrery tople nl the lr re
llrlona, tllit.'al, x,llil'!al,
literary, aoelnl, artist c and
actrnlille lu. contrib
uted article! ire I if
the aHwt eminent
wrlten nl the
It emptor! ipeclall!)! and dtatlnsuliihed
writer! aiedltort ul Ita twenty one Pepaitmenti,
Literature, Science, Mnl,
fine Arts, Hanltiry, Mixtions,
School and College,
Editorial, New! ol the week,
Old and fount. Pebbles,
Karm and Mrden,
A paper partieualarly fltted lor lawyra dr
tor. clernymen, thoae entailed In bulncm,
yotin petpie ol both !exei. men and womeu
who read and think lor thetnselvea.
A per eiteelally valuable lor tboae Inter
eated in Fine ne, Science, Muaic.
A paper (Wlni taluable Inlormatlon upon
Finance, Life Inatirene, Commerce
- paper lor Hundaj bYhool Work!, tnoee wno
hare a Farm, harden or Hotiae Placta
A paper lor the lamily, old and young.
Iti rearly aubacriptlnn la 13 00, or at that rate
lor any part ol a year.
ClnUo fire, UOO, each
Specimen! Copiea Free.
EAST AND SOUTH
TIIE SHASTA K0CTE
SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY.
Express Trains leave Portland Daily.
Sou.h I ' Korth.
a 16r.a. I Lr Portland Ar 8 U.a
Mr.H. Lr OreeonCity Lt 7:19a.m.
10 4-)A a. I Ar g.Frinclaco Lr 7:00r.M.
DININO CARS ON OGDEN ROUTE
Pullman Buffet Sleepers.
Second-Class Sleeping Cars
Attached to all through train!
KOSEBCRO MAIL (Dally
4 30 r. a
I 3 tT. H
9:.1I a. . I
aMr. M. j
W eat Side Uirialon.
BETWEEN PORTLAND AND C0RVAUJ8.
Mall Train, Dally (Except Sunday.)
7 30 A.M.
12 :15 r.K.
5:3.1 r a
1 oo r.a
At Albany and rnrralllt connect with train
of Oregon and Pacific kailroad.
Exnrea Train DallT (Except Sunday)
4:40r.at. Lt Portland Ar 8:Mi. a
7:r. a. I Ar McMlnnville Lt 16.50a. a
TO ALL POINTS IN THE
EASTERN STATES, CANADA AND EUROPE
Can be obtained at loweat ratei from L B
Moore, Agent, Oregon City.
R.KOEHLER, K. P. ROGERS.
Manaxer. Att't O. P. and Paae. Aient
l W T-wa l y-V r-a W a' VTA-M
CJIHUilU XUIiriil er
Three Doses ot
Moore's Revealed Remedy
Will Make You Feel Better.
Does your back ache? Does
every step seem a burden? You
Moore's Revealed Remedy
Will give you relief. Try it. For
sale by all druggists.
E. McNeill, Receiver.
Gives the choice of
3FS. O "O w1l7 2 S3
NORTHERN RY, PACIFIC RY.
! VIA VIA
I AND AND
ST. PAUL. Kansas City.
Low Rates to all
Leave Portland every five days for
For full details call on or ad
dress, W. n. IIURLBURT,
Gen. Passenger Agent,
E 1 I
una 1 1 Willi II
A Sovereign Remedy & Gugti
Colds,LaGnppe and ill AfTectiorvj
d IheThroat. Chest and Lungs.
StMO T0H f RllilH.
For sale by C. G. Huntley.
RED FK0M MARKET.
The following market quotations for
Oregon City are furniahed by the R l
Front store, and are corrected week'y
Egga, per dot. So
Butter, per roll. 25 Jo Site
i Cltickena, pt-r dozen, 2.00 to $-' 15
! Old liens, per dozen 3.00 to. 3 L
l onng ducks, per di zen,. . 3 00 ro 4.t 'J
Aiiples, per box. choice, U to 75
Timothy hay, tiuled, per ton, !) to ! )
('lover hay, baled, per Ion, 8to S J5
Straw, bated, iter ion $5 t" tti
;Caribage, per doz., 40 loo's;
O.iiona, -er cwi., M) to 1 0)
I I'otatoea, choice, 25 to 3l'e
I Wheat, per bu-hel, 40 to SC5
j Oats, per bushel 25 to 2frc
i Wixtl, per lb , 8 to!te
Fir wood, per cord W
' Dreawd boita, per lb., 44
1 19 lbs. dry granulated augar fl 0)
I A r buck le aud Lion coffee 5e
I Good broken raiat coffee,
I Liverjiool aalt, per ct., 9i):
Rice. 2 lba.,. 1 i.O
Tea. per lb., 2j.30 , 37M-s
Coal oil, ier val., 15e., 5 gal., 7c
llama, per h ...12,'
Bacon, amoked eitlcs, I'.'e
l)ry salt pork, .' W
Tea nitts, 2 lb 15c
Timothy eeed, . (fjc
Clover wed I8f;e
Cider vinenar, ttji
Pickles, per keg, $1,U
Flour, iterbb' $-.'.5
,hort,per aack.oS to 7-V; per ton, $11 5)
Bran, per sack, 40c ; per ton O
Wire naila, 6 and 8 penny, per keg, $2 a)
Wire nails. 10 to 20 penny, per keg, yi 25
Wire nails, 30 toGO penny, per keg, 12
1800 miles of long dit
.tance telephone wire fn
Oregon and Washington
now in operation by tfro
Oregon Telephone and Tel
Portland, Seattle, Spo
kane, Tacoma, Salem.
Walla Walla, Pendlet..(
Albany and 96 other towifs
in the two states on iho
Quick, accurate, cheap.
All the satisfaction of a .
Distance no effect to a
clear understanding. Spr
kane as easily heard .iH
Oregon City office at
Huntley's Drug Store
J. H. THATCHER, MANAGER,
Portland, - - Oregon.
Portland-Oregon City and
Yamhill River Route.
DAILY : .TRIPa
Down Leave Dayton 5 A. JL,
Mission 5,30, Xewberg 6, Eutta
ville 6:45, Oregon City 9:Zti,
arriving in Portland 10:30 A. St.
Up Leave Portland 2:30 P. M.,
Oregon City 4 P. M.
Stage runs between McMinnvil'o
and Dayton, via Lafayette, in cor
nection with the boat. The Btagp
will leave Hotel Yamhill, McMintv-
ville, every morning at :30 a. in.
returning, leave Dayton every
evening, except Sunday, on arrival
of the boat.
Best of accommodations for pas
sengers and fast tim e made. Fur
freight rates apply at dock or on
Everybody shond patronize tho
Toledo and thus sustain a daily
Joel P. Geek, Owner.
Archie Ueer, Captain.
CLACK AMA8 LODGE, No. 67, A O. P W
Meet" lirst und third Monday in each mnni'i,
at Strtiirhfa Hall. V'initlug brethern welion i
C. E. Piasi 8. Uolcohh
Reo. M. vw.
A. t. A. COUNCIL NO. 4.
Hell on the flrat and third Fttdayain
month at K. nl t. hall.
A. W. Fbanci, trvii
CATARACT H08E CO. No. i
Meets aecond Tueaday of each month al tti
tract Enitine home. W H. HowiLL,Prea
G. H. Bcirrow, Seo'y. J. W O'C'onnell, rm
FALLS ENCAMPMENT. No. , I. O O. r
Meets Arst and third Tuendaysof each montri,
atOld Fellows hall. Members and visit'
patrlarrha, eordially Invited to attend.
J. A. STEWART, W. H HOWELL.
Scribe. Chief Patriarch
FOR SALE OR TRADE.
rt Tracts of CLACKAMAS FRUIT LAND4
MT Oood house, barn, etc. Also
2 LOTS IN GLADSTONE
i. K. OROOM, Park Place, Orefon.