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About Oregon City enterprise. (Oregon City, Or.) 1891-194? | View Entire Issue (July 12, 1895)
A. M. Armstrong, of Canity, waidoing
Orison CM I y Tuesday,
; Mlsa Eva Latotiretto, of Malum, In
'vIhIiIiik relative! III till city.
10, Morrure and fuinlly ate Miidliix
tliu siiininor In llmlr cttuK at Netarts,
Col. uimI Mrn. It. A. Mllltir have
moved Into lliclr now collate at Ulud-
Mr. Martin and linr dangler, Mm.
Suillo White, visited Kalinn un the
j William Aii.lroseii joins a partv from
: Portland Patnrday for a trip to the
: Andrew Kocher, it well-known market
Kurdnnr, of Murk I'ralriH, wii in tliu
; W. T Whitlia k has returned from mi
i extended sojourn on bin Hatitlam ranch
j In Linn county.
Attorney J. K. Murki and Constable
II. I,. Wolforuf Hallow, were in Uncoil
i Mm. K A. WikkIiis, of Salem, In visit
inirtlm fmnily of W. 11. Wlwiiis, Iter
? Ciiit. J, T. Apporsun attended it meet
i intt of tliu Mtato lair agricultural board at
' Salmu IhhI Saturday,
I (ipoie 1'itVoro left Tuesday vwiiIhk
; for Ilwaco, whore lie will sia-nd u portion
! of tliu heated season.
! V, A. Middloton. a well known con
; tractor, formerly of thra rlty, but now of
; of Portland, was in (tropin City Tuesday.
', Mm. James Thome returned Monday
; from Marshland where she 1im.ii laien
visiting tier daughter, Mm. A. K. (ira
Mr. mil Mm. CIiuiIih K. Midlmn have
! returned f ruin llndr bridal tour mid are
1 now tit home in llirir new cottage al
Mm. J. J. I'ulryinplo mid daughter,
' Mini Ji'HHiu, and Mm. O K krausao, uf
j Salem, mix' tint guest of Mr. and Mm,
I Willimn Wright.
J. II. Sunderland, ono of Out promt
: nent farmers of Mark's I'raiiiu, was in
Oregon City Tudsday mid report the
crop proHHctn good,
C. C. Kotiina mid family spent the
Fourth at I'oiU-r't Cave, and in mo down
to Logan in the evening md attended
the festivities it the grange hall.
(t. P. Skclton mid wife of 1'ilot Kork,
Umatilla county, were in the city last
Saturday visiting J. I', Shcpard. Mr.
J Skelton ii a merchant at that plain.
D. W. Prlclurd, Instructor in the
I mechanical department of the Aifrio.nl-
1 tural college at Corvallis, was in Oregon
i City over Sunday, the uneot of Dan
I Mm. V. Carey Johniton and noli,
i H'jhuld, hnve t.cen iKiiditir m-vernl
dayi at lii Iteai'h, lint roliirned home
to remain w hile the Challlainpia Ahhciii-
lily in in HcHMiun.
Hon. H A. Itenxall of Newport, no
coiupanied Ii V I'r. liryant of I. oh AneleH
who in intereNted in (he Yaipiinii coal
niini'H, w ere in Oregon City Tuesday on
biiHlni'Hrt with the l. S. land ollice.
Leslie Cowing and bride have returned
from their liridnl trip to San Fralirim-o,
and are no permanent n'Hidenla of
Oregon City. They renlde for the re
ent ut the renideiico of Capt. Cowing.
Mm. Adulineti. Sllkur, of Kagle Creek,
wa in Oregon City Monday to have the
will of her late IiiihIihiiiI, J. M. Sliker,
admitted to probate. Her wilnexneH
were lr. C. II, Smith and Henry Wil
bern. Mr. and Mm. W, C. Johnson will en
tertain 1'reHiilent liavid H. .fordon, of
Stanford univemity during hi atay in
tlii-i city while attending the ChautaiKpiu,
l'res. Jurdon iKiing one of the noted
upeakem w ho in on the program.
Miaa Mary Do I, a Kontain catno up
on the et'.'umaliip Oregon, and will
upend her vacation with the MInhch
Loinae and Florence I'mpiut. Slio will
return aud take charge of her school in
Hanta Clara, where ihe lias taught for
the punt aix year.
Mias Nellie Younger, who ban guccoaa
t ii lly filled a positijn in the Oregon City
Mchooln for iouie time past, baa been
ongiiged to touch the fall term of the
Mark's I'ruirU acbool. This in one of
the largest and most advanced country
districts In Clackuiiiii county.
Lyman Andrew, arrived home Sut
urduy from Corvallia where bo has been
attending the State Agricultural college,,
lie will graduate next year, and ii ho
far along with his studies, that it. would
be poBsililo for him to get through next
J year's course without attending the first
Mr. and Mm, A. M. Munsev, Mrs.
CO. T. Williams. Mm. F. Ii. Char-
man nml Miaa licssio Midlmn attemled
I the Odd Fellows and Kelvkah joint in
I itiillation at Oawego Wednesday even-
in. They drove down and report a
; moHt enjoyable occasion. Kefesliinents
? were served.
" Mm. Dan O'Neil arrived from Kodondo,
I California, Inst week, whero Mr. O'Xeil
i is mannuer of the Rodondo hotel. She
is the gikist of hur sister, Miss Molllo
' Holmes. Tbey expected to have lolt for
Alaska this week to visit their brother,
T. E. Holmes, who is denutv collector of
ciiHtoms at Mary's Island, but they were
unable to procure state rooms on the
steamer, and have postponed their trip
until the 24th of July.
(0UN1 V COntT rilOCEEIMNUS.
July Term (Jorilon E. Hayes, Judge;
ItlcliMid Ncott ami Frank Juggar
In the matter of the report of viewers
for damages on the Ilurnett change In
tliu Foster and Milwaukee road, and ex
pense account of $ III. H(l allowed, also a
warrant ordered drawn In favor of
(iuorge Foreman for f) dumages,
In tho matter of tliu report of viewer
fordamiigei on the Miller chunge in the
1'. Lewis road, the cxmiiho account of
$12.-10 was allowed, and the considera
tion o( damage postponed until tho Au
An older whs maile that all county
warrants Issued more than seven years
prior July 1st, W)'t, which have been ta
ken from the clerk's ollli-e, but still re
main unpaid, that notice be published
as by law required that said warrants
will Imi cancelled olf record, and pay
ment of same refused.
In the matter of the petition of tho
Courier ami other paia-ra for the county
printing to he let by contract, the court
claimed that they did have the power of
selecting the paper in which the delin
quent tax-list is published, and it was
ordered that said petition be denied.
F A. Melnig, of Cascades precinct,
was granted a liipior license to sell spir
ituous llipiors In less ipmutities than one
gallon for a period of six months.
In the matter of the resirt of viewers
on the M-tition of K, H. Calkins, et al,
for a county road, the satiie was ap
proved, road ordered o'iied, and ex
lieiiso account of 11'. 50 allowed.
The petition of S. II. Johnson, et al,
for a chango in the Winston and Union
school house road and the report of
j viewers was read anil approved, and ex
I pence account of !) allowed.
! In the matter of the renrt of viewers
I on Die petition of J. II. Revenue el el,
' tor a county mail, the exs-nse account
of $IH was allowed, and claim for dam
ages tiled, William Horing, M. Itcmis
senger and 1". S. Itntoiliall were ap
pointed viewers of damages to inert on
the premises of William Haupach.
In the matter f the petition of A.
Loiignockcr for vieweis to locate a
county road it was referred to the road
master to reort at the August tTm.
In tlie matlfr of insuring the suspen
sion bridge, it w as ordered that the prop
osition of the Home and Phoenix insur
ance companies, to Insure the structure
for three yearn fur f 10,0il0 at a premium
of fiMI be accepted.
It w as ordered that the county clerk
advertise for bids for fiO cords of wood
for the court house.
The following claims against the
county wore presented and allowed :
L I, Porter, dep. dist. attorney. $ 5 00
K W (ireenman, lep clerk IK 00
II II Johnson, dep surveyor 10 50
J C liradley, assessor 3S8 00
J K (Jill A Co.. a sets Hill's Cmlo 4 00
I i lass A Prudhouiiiic, stationery 3'J 50
tieo I Barnard A Co, iicords. . . 47 00
Pope A Co, Mad account It 00
H S (iilwon, county supt ....
Fred Wvder, court bouse ac. . ,
California Powder Works. . . .
State vs Suol, insane account
Claims of jurors, circuit court
Stute vs Andrew Weidner
Millard llyutt, deputy sliuriff.
J M lliiyden, biidgo aiwunt.
Wilson A Cook, road account. .
State vs Frank llabn
State vs Albert Hurley 6 70
State vs Charles Linn 10 00
Shite vi K C Hamilton 30 10
State vs II Hansen -W 10
State vs J A I.ousignonl 3! 70
i J N Harrington, sherilPs ao
K C Maddock, board of prisoners
Dorothy Chase, sheiiirs account
( W Prosser, pauper account. . .
Kidd A Williams, sherilfs ao. . .
Max Schiilpins, sherill'sac
Knos Culiill, mad account L'5 U
W M Moore, treasurer's account 37 00
W A Huntley, stationery 32 -15
It was ordered that tho clerk advertise
for sealed proposals to sell the county
land for a county poor farm not less
than thirty acres, said proposals to be
opened at threeo'clock p. in. August 8th.
On petition of the O C H K Co for a
stay of execution on the sale of land for
delinquent taxes, now in controversy,
The petition of Ilnttie K. Gribble for
transfer of certificate of tax sals of prop
erty in Canby. was gi anted.
It was ordered that James Walls be al
lowed $20 per month for the care and
keeping of James Roberts,
It was ordered that $15 pur month bo
allowed Adam Treicb lor and family, on
account of sickness and indigent circum
stances. K. F. Uilev was granted pormission to
purchase certificate of tax ealo of sw1 of
sec 2, tp 2 s, r 5 e, sold at tax for taxes
S M lvamsby was granted permission
to purchase certificate of tax sale of cer
tain land sold (or delinquent taxes.
It was ordered that a warrant of $50
be drawn on the contingent fund for ex
penses of county officials.
The reports of clerk, treasurer and
school superintendent wore approved and
In the matter of the reports of road
supervisors for the month of June, 1808:
No. Material. Labor.
1 $400 75
2 $5 80 253 25
3 13 15 235 20
8 10 141 75
10 84 471 02
7 50 453 40
S ) 50
2 35 140 50
2 48 70 75
12 40 10 00
14 55 78 61)
30 4 50 1072 52
32 41 50 79 00
Court adjourned until July Kith.
Tho marriage took place at the resi
dence of the bride's siter, Mm. J Hal
slon, at Willamette Falls, of Mr. Chas.
A Miller and Miss Ida Hickman, on
Thursday of tins week . The ceremony
was iienonned ry Kev . Isaac Dawson,
rector of St Paul's church. Oregon City .
Only the immediate relatives and
friends of the contracting parties
were present. An elaborate wedding
supM-r was served, afli r which the
voting couple left on the evening boat
for Astoria, where they will spend a
ooiiple of weeks at the coast On their
return they will go to housekeeping on
the econd floor of the Willamette Falls
Railway depot building, in which they
have an elegant suite of rooms finely
The bride is a young woman of energy
and intelligence and will make a wile
well worthy the man she has chosen as
her lilo companion. The groom is one
of Oregon City's best known young men
and is an industrious tipriuht man, who
tho bride as well as his numerous fiiends
lliink will make a model hu-lnnd. Mr.
Miller for the past two years lias tieen
siiHrintendent of the Willamette Falls
The arch across Mnin street n w pr
senls an elo; ant appearance, having la-en
appropriately docorat'd in honor of the
Chautauqua Assembly, under the direc
tion of K. E. Chsrman and Dr. Win.
Carll. Tl whole structure is artistically
decorated in folds of light blue cloth,
the Chaiitauotia class color, and sur
mounted with numerous littl blue flgs
and streamers on which are prints! the
principal features tone discussed during
the assembly. The word 'Welcome"
stands out in hold relief on both sides of
the arch. The design and trimmings call
forth much favorable comment.
Several correspondence amved too
late for publication Ibis week. Hpe -ial
effort is make each ek te et all cor
respondence in, but there is scarce a
M but what some are left out by rea
son of arriving too late.
Max Pieter foreman of the Oregon City
woolen mills lor tlie past year left last
Saturdny with his family tor their eld
home in Iwiston, Maine Mr. Pieier
will take the foremniiHbip M a large mill
in that city in which he worked for ten
years before coming to this coast.
Ir. W. L. Wiwl.of Pirilan l, accom
panied by bis w ife and iiia't son, ereut
lust Sumisy in this city Mrs W sxl re
tnaineil during the week, the guest ol
l.er sister, Mis. A 11 Or.-tluni
Miss Jennie Caples, vice-nrinc iptl of
the Atkins school, Portland, is in (be
i-city the gust of Miss KU Pope. Miss
;uples is attending tlie Ohautami ua
.Assembly and will remain during the
Mr. Itobert Caiifield aiil family Slave
moved from the bause on he corm-r of
Kixth and Madison street to the Capt.
r-ihaw residence on Hixtli and Warbiug
Mo For the .Mountains.
A. W. Iliillipa will take campinc and
etcursion pirties to the co (Hi or maint
ains at reasonahleiretes and by any s.ute
Sae team and stronpring -wagon. Also
a fwneral exnMs aod delivery
Special Kates N iila Ul.ine.
PoRTUKD.Or , Jiify r, ass?.
IVuring the Cliaalamiua meetings
bold at Gladstone Paik ftnm .lu'y'l'1 to
20, IS!)5, inclusive, tjie Southern Pacific
Company will run trains t-i, en iat
Portland (Washington street) an ! lir.-in
City as follows:
E, Washington at.
Special 8:15 a m
No. 18 8:40 a in.
Special 10:15 a in.
Special 1 :15 p m.
No. 20 4:0i p in.
Special 5:10 p in.
Social 7:15 v ni.
Oiegon 4 'in
spects i i00 a n
No. 1 IH
Spei-i .1 11; SO a ia
Special i :i!(l p hi
4:4l p in)
f ..Vi p m
8 OJ p in
II 05 a m.
.9:45 a m j
IO:ii,) a m l
No. 10 11:27 a in.
Special 12:00 m.
No. 17 3:50 p m.
Special 4:10 p in.
Special 0:00 p in.
Special 10 05 p in.
Sp H'oil 12 : I i p in I
No. IT 4 ,'iO p in
Shh- i, 4 :V, p ii,
l eei ) li :4i ji in
Specia lO j'al p m
Note Trains will arrive live
earlier and depart live iiniiuvs
from (jladftono Park ihau i 'r g,,n ( if .
Sl'KCIAL KXCHHSloN hAl'KS
Fast Portland (Washim-tnii h eei)
to Oregon City andre'iri- . . . . , ts;
Oreiron Citv, to F.aM P-i-' niel
(Washington street) and v fn 2-i c J.
East Portland (Washington sire-'i)
to liladstone Park and r i r 25 ds
(iladstone l'ark to Fast Inriami
(Washington str.jet ami u n 2 ct",
Single fares, each . .. i.5ct.
(Jludstone Park to Oregon C t "d
return 1" , ts
Oregon City to Gladstone Pii' 1. mid
return in eta
Passengers can cross on the fiitik street
forrv (free) or by Morrison sire, t o i lg"
Tickets can be obtain"' i No I;! I
Third street, anil also at the Fast Wash
ington street otllce.
R. KOKIILFR, E P. Rogers,
Manager. A. G .F. & P. Agt.
assortment of lashionablo jewelery and silverware is very complete
HURMEIHTKR & ANDUESEN.
Red Front Trading Co.,
Prices lower than ever. Many goods to close
at Cost or less.
Produce of all
Is the only high-class political and literary weekly published no the
Pacific coast. Thousands of single-stamped copies of it pass through
the jtost office every week, reinailed by snbscribcrs to their friends.
It has a larger circulation than any paper on the Pacific coast, except
three San Francisco dailies. It goes
of the Pacific coast. Over 18,000 circulation. Argonaut building, 213
Grant Avenue, San Francisco. For sale at Hunt'ey's Pook Store.
It has been decided to replace the !
Harding buildings recently burned, with
a substantial brick. Messrs. Morrison
& Vore will prepare the plana for the
Send your address to H. E. Bocklen
A Co , Chicago, and get a free sample !
box of Dr. King's New Life Pills. A
trial will convince you of their merits.
These pills are easy ia action and are
particularly effective ia tlie cure of con
stipation and Sick headache. For Mal
aria and Liwr trouldes tbey tiave been
proved invaluable. They are guaranteed
to be rfcctly free Iwm every deleterious
substance ami to be purely vegetable.
They do not weaken by thew action, but
by giving tone to stomach and bowels
greatly invig'irate the system. Regular j
size 5 eenls per box. Solfl by Charman I
& Co., Druggists. i
Are You lining Kat.'
If so, it will pay you to write to A. C. '
Sheldon, general agent of the "Twirling- t
ton Route," 2W Waeliington street, j
Portland.. He will mail you free ofj
charge, maps, time tables, and advise
you as to tlie through rates to any point,
icseive eleeping car accommodations
for you, and furnish you with through
tickets via either the Northern, Union,
Southern, Canadian Pacific or Great
Nortbern railroads at the vtry lowest
The Burlington route is generally fon
csded to be the finest equipped railroad
in the world 1or all classes of travel.
Bou't Tobacco Spit
Or smoke your life a-wav, is the truthful,
start Ihig title of a book about No-To-Bac,
the harmless, guaranteed tobacco feabit
cure that braces up tiicotinized, nerves,
eliuituates tie nicotine poison, makes
weak men gain strength, vigor and man
hood. You run no physical or financial
risk, as No-To-Ba: is sold by druggists
everywhere under a guarantee to cure
or niney refunded. 'Book free, address
Sterling Remedy 'C., New York or
Those who have used Dr. Kiug's Kew
! Discovery know its vabie, and Utoee wlio
have not, have now ttoo opportunity to
try it free. CaJl on the advertised drj
gest and fret a trUl bottle free. Send
your naine andAddroseto II. E. Bucklen
& Co., Ctiicago, and getfa sample box of
Dr. Kind's New Life mils free, as well
hs a copy of Guide to Health and House
hold instructor fiee. All of which is
g-uurantet-d to do you good and cost yon
nothing, ('barman & Co.'s Drugstore,
Cidirman Bros. Block
ipitlO home For $2."0.
A four loom frame house and three
bus with good g.irdcn giound and a bold
spriiiu' iiiuniiig all ihe year, at Canemab
; for $:it)), 250 if taken in the next four-
i,,,.,, (luvs. Iiuiuire at this oHiee. 2t
Highest cash price paid for second
bund goods of all kinds al second Imml
store opposite Noblitt's stable on 7tb st.
Wise is he who buys a home and stops
pn leg rent. CO T. Williiiiiis can fit
vou out on easy terms.
The latest in visiting cards at the En
tkki'Hihk Okficr. Prices to suit you.
J. P. LOWE,
the old leUa'de Watchmaker,
H. located Q&vflpPi
And is prepared to do all kinds of work
in his line Watches cleaned for (1 Each
All work firstclass and guaranteed.
Oive me atrial.
tijje waits Fenjie jot,
an J those who watch and wait for time
will only (Uncover its flight. You can
discover an elegant collection of tirne-pier-pg
in our stock of ladies' and
gentlemen's gold and silve watches,
which in all caccs are models of ac
curacy, keeping time so well that they
don't lose it. V'e can confidently rec
ommend our watches and clocks, too,
as entirely trustworthy, and meeting
the needs of the hour to a second. Our
into all the well to do families of
Notice is hereby given that the annual
meeting of the stockholders of the Oregon
City Manufacturing Company will be
held at tne office of the company in
Oregon City on Satmday July 13, 1805,
at 10 o'clock A. M. on said day for the
purpose of electing directors of the cor
poration to serve tor the ensuing year
and for the transaction of such other
business as may piopvily come belore
the stockholders meeting.
C. t Jacobs, Secretary.
Oregon City, June 13, 1895.
There is great danger in neglecting
colic, c'iolera and similar complaints.
An absolute prompt and safe cure is
found in De Witt's Colic and Cbolera
cure. C. ti. Huntley. Druggist.
It does seem bald fcr a woman to
have to cook or. a burned out stove, be
sides the entire family have to suffer
from improperly cooked food. For $ 18 50
Schwan & Put row will furnish a first
class cook st ve with all the fixtures,
Ao agreeable laxative end Knn Toma
-Sold by Drufnrtsta or sent by mail. 25a Wo
and tLQQ per package. Samples free.
MTTft The Favorite TOOTS fOTOIl
lkJ lortheTeetliand rauh.2a
For sale by (i A. Harding, druggist.
EAST AND SOUTH
THE SHASTA K0UTE
SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY.
iiress Trains leave Portland Daily.
J50 FPU OCftSE IT WILL NOT CURE, j
8uJ t I north.
6-15. u. I Lv Portland Ar ItSi.K
7:I6e- M. I Lv OrecnnCily Lv 7:19 A M
10:4tA.M. I Ar B. Krauflyfo Lv 7:00 p.M
eisisa cars 6n ooden koutk.
Pullman Buffet Sleepers.
Second-Class Sleeping Cars
Attached to all through trains.
KOSEBURG MAIL (Dailyi.
8 SO a. a. I Lv Porttanii Ar . fsol
9:81a.m. Lv OreitonCity Lv 1 8:291
I o-.fti) r. m. I Ar RoMliir Lv 7a
I W est Hide Division.
BETWEEN PORTLAND AND CORVALLI8.
Mall Train, Daily (Except Sunday.
I'illft P. M.
At Albaay and forvallln connect with trains
ol Orciiou atid Paoillc Kailroatl.
Kxnretw Train Daily (Except 8unday)
4:41) p. M.
7:K.p. M. I
TO ALL POINTS IN THE
EASTERN STATES, CANADA AND EI'KOIE
Cau be obtained at lowpst rates from L B
Moore, Ageut. Oregon City.
R.KOEHLER, E. P. ROGERS,
Manager. Ans't G. F. and Pant. Aent
JOHN A. BECK,
No. 270, Morrison Street,
IS STILL ON EARTH.
For general repairing he stands
without a per. For first-class, re
liable goods his store is second to
none. Try him I
One to five acre tracts,
Cleared, uncleared and some
set to fruit. This prorty ad
joins the Chautauqua grounds)
at Gladstone park. It is only
12 minutes walk from the mo
tor line, and very desirable.
4 in cultivation, slasheJ.'
House with 4 rooms. 5 fruit
trees now bearing an abund
ance of berries, watered by
creek. Good roads to Port
land and Oregon City. t85&
7 Fenced and cleared. Gocdl
spring water. 'A miles fioin
Orenon City. Price, 750.
100 fenced V in cultivation,
balance onen brush land. 2
houses and 2 barns. 8 mileH
from town price, fltt- per
Of improved reifenee prop
erty, inside. Over 2i0 lots,
inside and suburban. Price
from $75 to $200. When yo
can buy a lot within a few
blocks of your work it ia cer
tainly wise to buy one and unit
Five Room House
to rent ; on a level wilb Main
street, ami near business part
of the street.
Ten acres on West Side,
IJ4' miles from suspension
bridge. utile from where
land is se.luig at i-'M to f 1000
per acre. Tl.is w id be sold ut '
A splendid home
In Oregon City, good tw .
storv house, basement, wood
slied. cellar and green bouse.
5 Lota set wi'b a good tark-kf
of fruit trees, now bearing.
Below the bluff and witluft
half hWk of Ele-'trie Line.
Pi ice tlTii . 0.
A No. 1 Stock Ranch.
350 Acres 20 acres in mead
ow, 15 acres cultivation, Z
slashed. 2 houses, 2 barns.
Plenty of rumiing.water, Price
8 in cultivation, 6 acres
slashed 200 froit'treea spring
water. 4 miles from town,
16 in cultivation, 7 acre ol
beaverdRm land, ext-tlleat
for growing onions, b'uiall
orchard. House 1V atory, ft
rooms with pantry. Barn, place
all fenced all improvement
new and good. Ciood road
to Portland and Ornton City.
Only 2 miles 1 1 B. K. illation.
Crop (,'oes with place if told
soon. Price, $3250.
Five acre tracts,
Near Oak Grove, en Kast Hide" .
motor line. Price $f'-'5 per'
acre. This property is within
a shortditance of where small1
tracts are selling at $300 and?
$400 per acre .
Ten acres on West Sidel '
2'a miles from suspension
bridge. 3 acres cleared, small
bouse, fine spring; water,
splendid place for poultnr,. '
Price only $4o0. Terms easy.
This is a snap.
THree Pieces of limm Property.
On Main street, Oregon Cityr
improved aiid paying monthly
I'art light brush, balance good
timber. Water by creek.
Farm for fruit, vegetable or
Toultry Fai i.i. 2j miles fron
town. Good road. Price only
$oo0, part cash, balance on
long lime at 15 per cent.
C. O. T. WILLIAMS
A Sovereign Remedy fnrfFH
s-J-a Grippe and .If Affections
of IheThroat. Chest and Lvnps.
For sale by C. G. Huntley.
COURT ROBIN HOOD KO. 8W0 A. O. T. Of k
Meets the 2d and 4th Frldavii of each month
at K P Hall s iki'p M
W. S. Cram, Gko. R. Wilkbamt.
Chiel Ranner. knMin. a
IE. Lawrkncb, J. R. Kcnnkdv,
Sub. Chief Kasgcr. Financial Se.
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