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A U UK AT KAV.
Ori'itnii ('lly'N I'liNt ! t Imi 1 1 V I'lim
(Jiiimi ami I-iiIh of FulliihliiHiii.
C'lirlHtntAH ilny wIIihhhi'iI Ori'Kon VMy'tt
llrxt (nilliiill uuiiin ; I'Ht Irnin llm cnllm-
HlllMlll ltlHilliyi'i, lonnlliiT with tlio hiv-
Inli illHiluy l rililiiiim mul IhiiiIIhk, liml
Hut liruyliiM "' ImriiH, u HlrmiKiir wmilil
Iihvii ui'nifc'i llml HiIm miid a colli'un
town wlierii (notliull wiim itn ovtv ilny
Tin' khiiim wuHrulli'il at (iliiilHlunn urk
ut 1 :'I0 I'. M., nt wlilrh Injur iidiI kI.oiI
criiwil liml Kullicrcil, uml lii'fortt tint gumo
liml IuhIihI hull mi hour fully MX) le
wuru on tlio Kroumli. White nml pur
ih, tlttt ruloni ol the Orison Clly
Athletic cluli'i ti'Wii, nl wlilto unci or
Hugn, tho color of Couipuny V'w tm,
with ovory wlmre dinpl)Dil hy the friumli
of tho two tHlllH,
Thn tiiiim h they llnoJ up o the
llo IixhI m follow ;
Co. K. AlMtllo club.
J IT CmniilMill,. IM C
V. N ItnlKla ... I'lM.'l
I'H Kllv IM.1 It (I
K Nnwuiii 2:w
W M lUukini
V K Jc.iim ... Hl'i I. T K HniWN I'll
K A Hmllli..
J Konllli'K .
,,'lfift K T IC K llwkiinr
. M I. Kir llialKM
. .1ft K Kill R llri-giimtn
(),. M. Mrulo. , I'my
K M.I'iiIiiI nm I. II
It iiiciihit . Uft It II
(; N MiMirn
I, Krlty I.'iO r KJ rimroli
Thn Atlili'lio'l won llm klrk-oll" mul
F ImvinK cholcH of took the went
una. !.. Kully took tho bull to ' i
yuril lino whi-ro tho hull wnn liMiiulit
down for iu-rliiiiiiiiK. Tho hull wiih
liimhlfil uml Mdlri'lo took It for t run of
15 yuril uroiuul tlio Ml oiul Aftiir
Huh Htuiilii, MiCminliuid, uml Kelly look
it through tho linen, ami around tho pmU
for hIkhI ituiiiH. L. Kelly llimimmlo mi
Mid run of 20 yunlit which too tho hull
mi llm Athletlf'H ifMUIld. Athelic'
ueenred tho bull on u liitnhlo unil hy u
MHveMHion of e I 1 und line plnyn'iirrieil
il to l'"n lOyunl line. Church then look
tho hull throiitfh the line for u tf.iin of
II yurd", lieinit downed hy F. S. Kitlloy,
hii F' I yttrtl line limn Having u touch
dun n jiiht uh lime w uh cnlleil.
Second hull oiii'iii"! with the kick-oir
K. Thn Alhlelic'a Hecured the hull, and
hy micciWul pluy curried It to F'h M)
yard line, where 1'ope hy u hrilliunt run
of fill vrdn, the lutik'i'Nt unide in tint
Kiiine, und without llilerlerence, ennied
il urouud the end for u tnurli-iluwii.
Athletic' fulled t kick oul. Score,
Athletic -I, F' 0.
F kh ked-oir Kuin. Thi timo Keck
tier secured tho hull uml with (Ood in
U'rference curried it Intck 20 yunl where
ho whh tuckled hy Keutinn in a manner
hellltiuu HII experienced pluyer. Then
hy a uceexKioii of end and lino pluya hy
I'urker, Church, and Moore, tho hull
wa curried to F W yurd line where
1'ohi made utiolher of hi phenoinenul
run curriel it to tho north euxt vomer
of tho Held, beilijf downed hy KeiitinK
on F' yurd lino. Tim I all wini to F on
a (uinlilu and they curried it huck 7
Viird when they IohI II on a fuuihlo.
Aihletic then ent Church through the
line for 7 )'urdn. He tried tho line
aKuIn ami wa thrown huck I wo yard hy
Camphell. Athlete ntill hud the hull.
IliK Jim wu HKuin vent through the line,
thi tlmo for a ifiiiu of 10 yurd and a
touchdown. NokouI kickod. Score,
On the next kick-oil Summer Rocured
the hull and Blurted down the Hold and
hud covered distance of yurd when
he wa Mood on hi head by McCau
luivl and cirectuully topied. The bull
wu then punlcd fur over tlie head of F's
buck where it wa Minired by L. Kolly
and carried buck a few yurd when he
wu downed by (ireenman. Athletic
then aecured tho hall on down and I'ur
ker wu aetit around riubt end for a verv
pretty run (if 15 yurd und wa downed
heavily hy Keating. Team then again
lined up and by a trick miurtor play the
bull wa curried to F'l 7 yard line. Keck
tier wu then ont through the line for a
Kuin of 51) yurd, and again for 2
yurd, (coring the third and I nut touch
down of the giimo. Hcoro, 12 to 0.
Cuinphull kicked off for the Militiu,
Church Hecured the hull anil n turned it
by a punt. An oir hide play wu then
claimed by the Militia who were given
25 yard and tho hull. L. Kelly then
made a 10 yard run, when time wa
culled with the bull near the center of
tho field. Tho game cloned with score
standing 12 for the Athletic and 0 for
The ground wu In hud condition und
greatly hindered the wurk of the men.
Unil it not ruined o heavily during the
forenoon, the attendance would have
been doubled, for tho diidikeof atttnding
in a cold ruin kept muny uway.
Thudiflicu.lt duties oi umplro wu din
c'u'rged in n manner! witrnfiietory to
both tennis hy Nello Johnson, while J.
P, I.nvette filled the position ofrefeiee
in good Hhiipn. The linemen were J. E.
Hedges and Fred Greenmiin .
The members of both teiinip hud had
no previous experience in foot'oull play
ing, with the exception of Pope, Parker
and KiiiuIh, and they were only begin
ners; yet IIioho rompelent to judge de
clared the game extra good for amateurs,
and that with more practice the boys
would he no mean iinlngoiiist for any
ti'iiui in the Mate to meet
On the whole the game w.ih a decided
Hiiecesi, und now that the teams are or
uini'.ed und uniformed, we expn.'t some
good plays next season, The proceeds!
lifter the expense are paid will i'O to the
Y, M, 0, A, gymnasium fund, 'llm
management tried to have tho game in
Oregon City, but no suitable grounds
could ho secured, so they were compelled
to take It to ( ilmlslone park.
F'h teum showed their lin k of training
uml inexperience of their captain, it be
ing Cuptiilii Kelly' maiden pUy, while
Caplain Pope of Hie Athletic hsd played
before, which unaided him to handle his
teum ill hotter slispe, A pleasing fea
ture ol thn dav whs the good humor that
prevailed, und not a mini lost hi temper
either during or after tho game. The
intervals between play wa enlivened
by ome very good music by member of
the old Oregon City bund, who lud Im
provised a bund for the occuslon.
A Flue Pinner.
Ono ef tho event for Oregon City wa
tho Christina dinner at the Flectric ho
tel. Mr. and Mr. Kohinuon determined
to give their guest dinner that would
merit their appreciation and bo worthy
of flrsl-clttsa hotel. How well they
succeeded wa shown by tho dinner
aerved. Tho vlcluul were seasoned and
cooked to exact home cooking, and could
not but please the most exacting person.
The bill of furo embraced all the delica
cies of the oaon and 'wa served in
course In an elllcienl manner. The
menu card for the dinner were printed
in color and ornamented with how of
ribbon of orange and white in honor of
the foot hull teams. The room wu hand
somely decorated and presented an at
tructivu aypenrance. Tlio F.h-ctrlc ha
become one of the best hotels In Oregon.
Mr. and Mrs. Robinson spare neither la
bor not expense to serve their guest.
The pulronugo of the hotel having more
than doubled since they aMiimed control
is proof of the appreciation of the travel
ing public of their f HoMs.
Fire at ( anhy.
From Jus. Hodge, who wu in Oregon
City Thursday, it was learned that Can
by came very near having a serious (Ire
yesterday. Fire was discovered at five
a. ui. in the wisidhoiise of Mrs llatlie
tirihiiln. An ulurm wus given and a
bucket brigade formed, and only by hard
woik was the adjoining dwelling saved.
The woodhoiise contained some 10 colds
of wood whicii iiiadii a hot tiro Mrs.
(irihhlo was Hiii'ikiug meat in a part of
tho widhouse, and the lire is supsMl
to have originated (rom that cause.
Mrs. dribble's loss wu lit. bt bill would
huvo been very heavy hud it not been
jor the vigonju work ol her neighbor.
New Yeur'a Dunce.
A New Year' Kve dunce will be given
by llutdoriritro. in their hall at Wil
lamette Falls on Tuesday evening of
next week, (rood music and a splendid
Door. Admission, Including mippur, 50
cents, with free ridu to and from Oregon
City, car leaving depot at 8:15 p. m.,
and returning alter the dance. To those
who Hi tended their Christina bull no
other HSsurame need be given that this
bull w ill be equal to tho last one for
pleasure ami sociability.
I., ituconich, the popular restau ranter,
will be ready for business in another day
or two in hi new location in Hill &
Cole' block on the comer of Seventh
and Main street. Mr, Kuconich is
known fur and wide an a micceful ca
terer, and he will have the most ele
gantly appuinted dining room in the city.
Mr. Kuconich, who formerly conducted
the Portland restaurant on Main street,
will gut back all hi old customer and
muny now one.
Jackson, the gunsmith, hug bad a new
shop built ou Seventh street near the de
pot on ground he leased of the M, E.
church, and now ha a work room suiiu
ble to hi purKaos. Ho ha added to
hi facilitie and i now able to do any
work in metal, no matter how dillicult.
He only draw the-line at a watch and a
threshing machine in the article that
he can repair or make new.
The death took place Thursday morn
ing of Frank Albright, from pneumonia.
The funeral services will be held today
(Friday), at the parlor of the Cataract
Hoso Compuny, the service being con
ducted by Kev A. J. Montgomery. The
interment will be in tho city cemetery.
Frank wua among the pioneer ol Ore
gon City, and hud muny friend who re
gret his death.
Company F's grund masquerade ball
at the Aormory Wednesday night,
wa a grand succos, und the hull wa
thronged with dancer and spectators.
A number of visitors were present from
Portland and other places, und all who
attended pronounce it tho aliuir of the
Albright asks the cooks of Oregon City
to cull ul hi market, und inspect the lln
est beef and mutton ever brought to Or
egon City. If the uuulity of the meat
does not bear out hi assertion he will
imike a handsome present to the one
that is able to prove hi statement falsa.
M. B. Bradley, of Ely, is putting upn
two story buildng, vt hich will bo a vulu
able addition to that part of the city.
The lower floor will be used for feed
mill purposes, while the ui:cr story w ill
be u.iud us u public hull.
The U. S. Gov't Reports
show Royal Baking Powder
superior to all others.
Highest Honors World's Fair,
Oold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
Mort Perfect Mad.
40 Yean the Standard.
Kev. Oilman Parker returned last
Thursday from a brief trip Fast, lie
visited Omaha slid Council lllnir, iHk
Ing Mr. Ohlson. mother of O. F. Ohl
on to her homo in Iowa.
County Clerk llorton today (Thurs
day), Issued marriage license to Ida Ca
liffandM. L. Kline, May Maire and
August (iumdard. Thi make six 'or
C. E. liurney, law tndcnt In Geo. C.
Ilrownell' law olllce, left toduy for J-ou-
isville, Polk county, where he will end
a couple of w.icks with hi parents.
Mr, and Mr. Wm. Blount, of Cunby,
wee in Oregon City Thursday on their
wuv home from Portland, where they
had spent Christmas.
A. (i. Hall, of Cam-ado Ixx ks, wu in
the city lu"l Saturday for a short visit
with his daughter, Mr. W. M. Uobin
son. J, II. Lancaster, the college chum of
Hal Kami at the I'ucstic university, is
a guest ut the Hands home duiing the
Hon. and Mrs. (ieoro O. Kinearson
leave Ibis Week for a trip to Washing
ton City, I). C., and other Eastern
J . II. Carrico, who is a student at the
State university at Eugene, is home for a
llm kli-n'x Arnica Sulve.
The In-ill nalv in the worlil for Cuts.
lirulwB, Soren, fleers, Suit Kliciiin,
Fever Horen, Tetter, Chiipeil Iiamls,
C'hilhluina, CornH, and all Hkin Erup
tions, iid ponitively rnre Piles or no
pay rttjiiireil. It ii (tnurmiteed to give
perfeet mttin'iietinn or money reftiiuled.
For wile by CliHiumn & Co., Cliarman
1 lie J oIhUh Dairy.
Having emaMinliod a dairy at my
place on the Molulla road I am prepared
to ftirninli pure, ('enlriuilk delivered to
all parlg of the city at reasonable prices.
AddrfHa by postal curd to Kly.
.Honey lu l.nuu.
l'artifH intemtim; to borrow money on
their farniH this fall will find it to their
interest to call and eeo me at an early
day. Plenty of money on eaay terms
and low rated of interet.
W. II. Bl'ROllARQT.
Yen Are Not liiKUred.
The State Ineuranee Company ia in
the Imnda of a receiver. Will allow yon
.the higlieat rate for their policies and
place your insurance in the reliable lier-nian-American
Insurance Company of
New York. AnKets $(1,000,000. Surplus
T. Lkonakd Charman, Agent,
Cliarman Bros.' Block.
Thousand of both men and women
whose dally life la making severe drutta on
their vitality, require something that will
bring now material to tho worn out norvo
centers. This la junk what Dr. Miles' tta
atoratlvs Nervine does.
" hail been Buffering for vearo
from hoiulnclina, nounilxla, slooplwwnesii,
fund pimorul uurvous priMtratlou, unflttlug
mo for soclnl, housoholil and business
duties, and, periodically, was
Completely protttrated trith pain,
I tried Hovural physicians aud a great muny
remedies, but received no benefits until I
I'eI Iir. Xilenf Ilextorat lev Serrine,
when I found almost immndlute relief, and
havo become quite my former self and am
Again able, to attend to nig tuincnn,
which Is Unit of a brush manufacturer. I
havo recommended tho Nervine tool hers
who have used It with the same pood results"
Milwaukee Wis. Mrts. Anna I'euser.
Pr. Miles' Nervine la sold on i positive
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Allilnu-L'IstsNell It. ntlll.lt Iwtths fnr.or
it will Imkcii!, prepilid. Oil rei ril't of p' k'O
by tbalir. iUles Medical Co titbart, lud.
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Express Trains leave Portland Daily.
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Pullman Buffet Sleepers.
Second-Class Sleeping Cars
Attached to all through trains.
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Expreit Train Dallv (Except Sunday)
8.60 a. a
TO ALL POINTS IN THE
EASTERN STATES, CANADA AND EUROPE
Can be obtained at loweit rates from L. B.
Moore, Ageut. Oregon City.
B. P. ROGERS,
An t 0. F. and Pad. Agent
The Buffet Car Route.
jShofteffi and tynclt
Between the Pacific Coast and
St. Paul, Minneapolis and
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122 ' St., Portland. Or.
Or R. C i-TKVK.NJ,
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Tho Oldest and Most Reliable) on the Pacific Coast.
WYANDOTTES, PLYMOUTH HOCKS, LIGHT BHAHMAS,
I'KOWX and WHITE LKGIIOKXH, ami IMPROVED LAXGHIIAXS.
These Are the Very Dest Varieties Known
IT pays to keep only thn taut, and no bufiintBH pays ho well ag
the poultry industry. It pays better than wheat, hogs or cattle.
OXE HUXDHED HEXS of the boot laying varieties will
yield a yearly net income of f 2W.
This oeaHon our stock ia finer than ever, and we guarantee
gatinfaction to all our patrons.
Send Stamp for Price List of Fowls and Eggs.
Address, Lock Hox 335.
J. M. Garrison, - - Forest Grove, Or.
New and Enlarged Shop with all appliances for
MACHINE WORK & CASTING.
All work executed in the best manner possible.
teed on all orders.
Prices the lowest to be had in Portland. Shop on Fourth Street,
near Main, Oregon City, Oregon.
Ij. ROAKE & CO., Proprietors.
DOORS, WINDOWS, MOULDING,
Or Building Material?
Go to C- H.
Lowest cash prices ever offered for
FIRST - CLASS - GOODS.
Also combination wire and picket fence,
HARTMAN STEEL - PICKET - FENCE.
And best farm fencing made. Prices to suit hard times.
Shop Opp. Congregational Church.
Best assortment ever
brought to Oregon City.
Pope & Co., Hardware dealers.
We have the
ink stands, pipes, perfumes, yes
brushes, gloves and
(NEW YEAR'S PRESENTS,)
Albums at 50e. up,
5c. up; ?crap boot
10c up; calling cards and cases. Amas
cards from lc
variety of perfumes at 10c.
Stamp boxes, games, station
ery at luc
Remember the place
We are head
tiwrjin;t ..-.it J
A - SPECIALTY.
Our Prices are
money purses, hair
autograph - albums from
at 10c; mirrors from
to !?. Endless
a oox; etc.
T'-oT-T?r'Tn:rty cures quickly, ptirmaiWDtlf mil
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