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1'liiiiituti(iiiin Kiiniift, Art unit Mi
Oho of Urn moMt vnjoyuliln K"''flK
1lmt hit In-tin Imlil In Or' ty fur
ninny iluyn nn tlm lllnriiry, iiiiimIi uI himI
nrt KyiiiiHMliini liuM it t tlm uli-giuil rcnl
ilfiicn uf Mr, mul Mr it, T. I.. ClinriiiMiioii
cm hit of Hnvmilh nml MikIImuii nImmiIm,
(n Ntiw YnurV Kv. Tlm nir.ilr win
nlvi'ii )y tli ini'inl'i'm of McI.oiikIiIIii
('lmiilMiiiiin clri'lii, nml low fili-mlx
worn Invlli'il who wirn lint liiiiiiilmrn.
Mr. T. I.. Cliuriiiiin irovwl n Milinlr
Mo IhinIiihii, mul iiiiiiiIi rnvlil In iIihi tlm
lirouruiii cuiiiiiilllrc, Mr, L. W, Mm
AilutiiN, Minn IliUtlii Monron mil T. L.
Clmrnmn fur tlmlr 'florin In iiiuIiIiik lliu
HlUir urNiiil hihtum. 'I'll ii viirliiim
rmiim wore limtily ilnrorntitil wltli One
Km wild gntHi, iniHtlutim, liolly,
ly mul I'lirynmillii'iiiuiiiii tlmt IimI a
i-lmrin to tlit oli'KiMitly llliU'd roonii.
Tliw llrnt li'iitnro il tlio iivi-nlim wim
tint ciinvnrHu.liimi, wlilitli oroupiml
limf hour, tliu uiikMh mlrlii uiT In ttvo'a
mul tlnvolliiR flvn mlnuti-H to Mrh milt
JiM't on tlm rlnti (ironrmn. Tlm Ind
ie iimittitt, uuuhIhUiik of Mm. C. II
Cmillnlil, Mm. K. K. CliHnimn, Mm.
J. W. (iry mil Minn lUltlo Monroe,
with Mlim Null Mi:('rvr mi rcoiiiuil
tut mi tint uulur, furniMliml wvurul fx
colli'tit wlivtiimt, which with 'rtf
Tlm rl icmlrry w mother iinir
tmit litmum of the tvniilim' miUirUin
niiMit. Tlm curtain w flmt riilil un
"KkuIihi'I'ii Mitdiiiiim," miri-wiili-il l.y
Mm. I. W. MrAilmn't littlo tluli
ttr. The "(iodmotht'r," wwt rt-r-MiitKil
l.y Mi Aim Hiiird, Mm. K. K.
Clmrinmi mid littlu Mm Mi-Ailnin ;
"Tlm Kvo'lt," from puliilin hv
Cflfhritlxd brunch Udy, hy Mil lun
Cli4iiiin.ii. will) Hug mid doll: "HI. (V
(fli limiiiK hit Violin," hy Mim Mer
lin Hit-vm; "Hr ltt'lliton" hy Minn
Ann ll.iird; "Kuineo iin.l Julirt," hy
Tiuftoii li) mid Ivirl MrAiliiiii; ' Tint
Kinu'ii Id'd, tlm FuX'Ul Girl," hy Minn
l-'.ditli Wilirl; "Tlm Conffimioiiiil,"
hy Mi .Mry Coiiyi-m nd L II. I .
Tin- url iiK'itm wiih foll'iwnil hy the
Imn im-l, which wm eUlmriitelv wted
in i'ourwH. TUm uh (uIIowumI hy lliu
fli-r tinin-r n-eclic;i with C'ol. K A.
Millrr mi Hiwlininter. 1'irnl, win tin'
"I'mmi-ix n( IK'HI;" rM'iiu hy Mm.
I". II I'yn. "Mrl.-Jiirflilin Circle," n
hhhihk hy I'r. II. K. rcrrin. "Our ll-m-h-tut."
n"Miniie hv C. II Pyt. AltiT it
Ill-ark Mlli'tiull mid oilier d'HlivitiiH,
wlni'li hiHlud until nltiT iiiidni(ht, Col.
It. A. Milli'rou brlmlf f tlm miiiihim
ol Mi-l-oiinhlin ChHiitniiVii I'irt'le, pr
it.Miii'd ihu (irrnidi'iil of th cM''mly, MrH.
(1. II. Dye, with two idi'itmit. )
rlmlm mul Hint nitf. Hit mippli'ini-ulfd
tlm prtomiiUliull with It III-it I wlt,
wlilcb vmi ffolili(ly rfoiiili-d U by
N 'lilllliiit' MliolrrU.
Srhiltititi' Miktlrolii gvt a fin-tcUiwi
IH-rfiirnimut) W uvi-iiirn; at tlm Ti-onn
tlii-ktrn la-font rrowdwl lioim. Jjti-k
limulwr mi it lone iM,irni wits warmly
rt'relvttd and tmuurt'ii were fnMiiuiit dur
llit the vuiiiii. Mr. Krhillinir liimwll
conlrihninl linii-h lo lint mifremi ol the
IH-rhnui.inco, and in hi aonx ''Hard
I.uirk," wa limud at (tin bent. The
Inning of William Carroll, Joe Barneti,
J-w Kjenoer, Cliarlea IOniinr and Jack
BanipUt waa mora thun (jood, and eaca
rix-eived a imiall. The Mtroutf banit voire
of Mr. Sample itu hoard to cxiullcut
ilvnnlt i his -aong entitled ''I'earls"
Mr Hi hilliiic Uvomd ttieaudience with
a if rii-i ol nimtii-al ieciallieii, Includinf
jn-Tfonnaniisi on liella, a landbellowa
and the Head of half a doxen rag babiea.
Frank llaaiinand. the luuiioiVjiiit of tlm
aKfetiation, itvved lo be a In-it in him
aol(, and kotptttie auitienue roaring while
he wmi before tua foot linhtd.
Kinxo, the Juj-aneee equilibrist, ftave
a very elf v-r natiibilian of kia prowrna,
perfunr.ing (eal acurce loHa than wonder
ful U tint aiiectaior uuavnuaimed with
the Japanese jnix't'i''
Cairnland N ealy 'a antics croited all
the autumiineot tlx-y were inlcded to
piodiMM. In the flnal part the-Brother
1 Roae H)r(orued noma acrobatic feata,
, Inrludiag the panning auinuinrHault,
winch w-ere moat inU-rei-ini and irarci-ly
lt'HH aiirjclniniz. Tlmir eiiiibitiud was
ontt of tli huHt of lite klud ever aeen
here Taenia ifr.
Tbi Ironpn will be at Khiwely 'a qpera
holme on Monday Jajiaary tj. Seata on
aalu at tUe Klectric iioleJ.
Yon can save money, trouble and rink
of Ioh hy leitviiiK your aabscriptiona at
Hiintli-y'a biiok atom. They take hiiIi
HcriplloiiH at lowest ralea for evry paper
piililinlii-l, loreiirn or domnnlic.
Mm. M. E. Cuw, who lives on Full's
View, entertained the ineiuhera ot the
Kpwnrlh Lt-anne at her reaiiloni-e lust
Monday evening. All who atU'u.led re-
p n t u iiiohI driit'.lilfiil lime,
Ouy Strjki-r, of Milwaukln, wan
t-h-cli-d Hi-crctury of t lie Nortliwunt Orni
tholoi;i('al Assoi'iuijon, wJiii'li ori;aiiir.a
t'on wax perfected in l'ortland lust
Hum, in Oregon City, Dei-ember 27tb,
IK'iri, to .Mr. ami Mis. T. M. tbiult, a
sun. Weight , I J pnun-lN.
I!i-V. Paniel Stuvi-r, uf the I'm-iliir uni
ver'itv ut Forent (!uvef is viHiliuir
f ii-ii'is in tliii i-ity.
The U. S, Gov't Reports
show Royal Baking Powder
superior to all others.
Williir.mlte Ituhekiiii Ili-n-e Lodim,
No. 1,1. O. O. V., held their anmiitl
elm-lion lust Frlduy evening with the
following result: Mm, l-eiiom Cook,
niihln gntiid; Miss Adit llidwelt, vice,
grand; Miss Ida Hurcliiy, rncordiiig m-iv
relury; Mm. Minnie llolden, llnitiiclttl
si-creliiry; Mrs. l.i..lit Howell, tieus-uri-r,
Tint Installation of olllrers will
in cur on the second Friday evening in
January, when tho appointive ollices
will he lllli-d. An entertainment, in
cluding dancing will he given to the
ineinliers on that evening. Three new
members were Inliiled at the last meet
ing. Court Itohln Hood, No. h:i:io, A. O. F.
of A., t-leclnd the following new olllcem
for the ensuring year, at the regulsr
meeting held last Friday evening: A.
Horn, chief ranger; T. M. Coleman, sub
chief; (ivorgn II, Wilehart, recording
secretary; J, It. Kennedy, financial sec
retary; (ieorgtt II, Hyatt, secretary;
0. U. Norberg, senior wood it rd ; U.
Chapman, junior woodard ; F, Munson,
senior heaille; Hcott Godfrey, junior
Ix-sdlii. The lixlge is proaieiiiig, and In
stallation ceremonies will be held at Ilia
next regular nmeting.
Koad F.uginaer Kiunaird and Max
hchulpius paid a fraternal visit to lne
Fine Lodge, No. 63, A . F. A A.M., near
Iigan last Fri-hiy aflermKiii. It was the
occasion of tlm annual Installation of of-
llccm, and the uieiulters of the lodge
were out in lull force, as well aa a num
ber uf visiters I rout other lodge. A
splendid dinner was served, and the oc
casion pioved a miiuiorahle one. The
ohVers installed were: A. M. Kirchem,
W M ; Myoo Itahler, fi V ; Thomas Fos
ter, J V ; Alexander Kechlon, tn-as-user;
licorgeC, Aruislrong, serrelary;
J'iIiii LewolU-n, H I); John Spraune,
J !; C. C. lloos., H H ; W. J. Uw
eihtn, J f , Jitnu-s II. Hniwn, tylet.
I ('has. C. Ihxxl, llrnker and M hoi far
! hirer's Acciit, Colu iihus. Ohio, rcrtilii-H
jtliutllr. King's New iisnv-iy has no
eipiul ait a Couli n-iiiedy J. 1. llrown.
I I'rop. Kt. .laini'M Hotel, Ft. Wayne, Ind.,
I teslilles that he was cured of a Couli ol
' of two yciim sluichu, caused by I. a
l irippe, by Dr. King's New Discovery.
: II. F. M.'rrill, liuldwinaville, Mass., any
I Hint he has used and ret isiiiuended it
I and never knew it lo fail and would
rather have it than any doctor, he-
cause it abvsya cures. Mrs. Ilem.-iiiug,
j I".".! F. '.'."nil St., Chicago, always keepa
I it at hand and has no fear of Croup, he
' cause it InsUntly relieves. Free trial
bottle at Chamian A Co.'s Drugaiuie.
Notice to (irangers.
The next regular ipinrlerly meeting of
M. D. J, grange will ha held at New Fra
January Kth IKIHS. Morning mwsion coin
uieuuiug at 10 o'clock a. m. Much busi
ness uf importance is to be transacted
and a full attendance is tl. wired. Those
w ishing to lake the flh degree please
bring rertillcates from their aubor.liuale
grange Maky S. Howard,
nucklert'a Arnica Sulve.
Tlm la-st salvo in the world lor Cuts.
Rruisoa, Sores, Clcem, Salt Rheum.
Fever tiorea, Tetter, Chapped hands,
Chilblains, Corna, and all Skin Kru
tions, and positively cures Files or no
jiay rvntiired. It is guaranteed to give
'. perfect satisfactioa or money reiunded.
I For aale by Chatraan A Co., Clutrman
I tiros lUock.
1 he Molalla Dairy.
Hivviitg eslabliahed a dairy at my
place un Lite Molalla road I am prepared
V) furninh pure, froalrmilk delivered to
all paru ol the city At reasonable ptk-es.
Aidre.by postal card to Fly.
A. H.ll HANK.
Money to Loan,
l'artiea intnmliuir to borrow money on
their farms this fall will fin d it to their
iutMWHt W cali and see me at an early
day. Plenty of money on easy terms
auj low rates of inloreat.
W. II. Ik'Hiiiuaur.
AU-i Kittenuan and Judge I'liilllps,
of Viola, wiw iIoiiik Ort'Kuii Cily yea-
Money to loan. Apply to C. H. Iya,
Oregon City, Oregon.
Opinions Eiprmad bj a Ttah ComapoBaV
nt In Tha Irlg-aUao
Water ia valuable to crops jnat in pro
portion to the manner of application.
Somo soils admit of flooding, others do
better under seepage, while nearly ev
ery character of land produces the beat
crops by furrow irrigation. The princi
pal object in producing moisture is to
get it in the place where the growing
crops demand nourishment. Vory few
crops roqnir. surface irrigation, and
hence flooding is not the most advisable
method of applying water, except to
such pliuita ns require dew and moisture
on the top of tlie ground. The best re
mits are usually attained by irrigating
in deep furrows.
The furrows should be so constructed
that wnter will not flow too freely and
wash away the soil. A gradual slope is
tho letter plan for making good ditches
and will always produce better orop re
sults. The water should never touch
Pin-h crops os beuns, poiiH and corn.
Shallow snrfuco irrigation will always
result in decreasing the product ion of
till crops Kt"" nbnve ground. Tlm root
crop.. i--pici;il!y swoct potatoes, peanuts
Highest Honor World's Fair,
Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
Most Perfect Made.
40 Years the Standard.
quality and more produntlve In qoan
tity If water Is kept away from theroota
and tops while growing. The rust atnd
cab frequently notioed on root crops
own ba avoided by deep Irrigation and
keeping the water away from the grow
ing trolbs. Furrows should always be
made and water run through them once
before the crop is planted. New land
should be furrowed out and irrigated
onoe after the flmt plowing and then
plowed over and leveled before plant
ing. Small shovel plows are good im
plements fur making Irrigating furrows.
They throw the soil on either side atnd
thus ninke embankments for preventing
the water from spreading over the sur
face. Growing crops demand moisture, but
do not require water. If too tnoch wa
ter is tihwed on or uear tlie surfaoe, it
will cause the alkali in the soil to rise '
and crust uround the vegetable plants.
Deep lrriKBiinn bus a tendency to draw
off the alkaline Hulartanee. The moisture
does not rise to the surfaoe, and conse
quently does no harm in baking or crust
lng. D-p furrows place the mointure
where ft properly tielongs and allow
the water to permeate the ondistnrbed
sjiitce between the sub and surfuce soils.
The water fumiH pnthwiiys that by cir
ouLutorv veins keep the soil enlivened
and prevent the hvny sourness notioe
I able in shallow irrigation.
I Soil can lie more quickly cultivated
I after a lierlod of Irrigation if the water
' hits Wn applied through deep furrows.
I Weeds grow fast, and cultivation is neo
I easary. If soil i siirntl when wet, it will
' bakit. If the plants are cultivated while
' wet, they will Isviiiim diseased with
; rot which w ill letmy the yield Sur
I fmw irrigittion by fhssling or through
shallow furrows brings upon the lund
' an immense amount of noxious weed
1 sued. The ixiinuiou water grass and
j sand burs, ao ileetructivoof crops, are
I nurtured by snrfuee irrigation. Make
deep ditches and kep tlm water from
I the surface, und you rid your lots to s
j certain extent of those iesta.
j Derp irrigation admits of butter open -I
ings being miule in the main or sub
head diu-iit and allows a niuro even and
I . ,l;....ll.. t nmllalMUm
will trickle along a deep farrow and
aeep out un eit)s-r side, giving moisture
to the roota of plants, when a greater
stream would evaporate or be swallow
ed by tlie dry soil within a few rods if
pot in a shallow furrow. The water
should not spread over the surfaoe either
by seepage or flooding. It make the
land unlit for pausing over in changing
the furrows. Where a man sinks into the
soil on aroonut of too much water the
plant life for that season is destroyed.
U Htark In Montana.
Montana is doing Its best to meet the
cattle shortage, and on tlie northeen
ranges our advintw are that s larger per
centage of tlie calves has been saved this
rear than for some time past The lamb
crop, too, is coining in vigorously, with
exceptionally light losses. JL good deal
of this la doe to the fact that an addi
tional bounty of 1 1 has been offered by
the itockmen fur wolves and coyotes,
tare the Iowa Homestead, which farther
tell that the bounty was formerly 3
and has this aeaaua. been raised to $4.
YEARS OF INTENSE PAIN.
Dr. 3. H. Wattm, drumrtst aad phyal
dan, Humboldt, ., who suffered with
heart disease for four year, trying every
remedy and all treatiaenU know a tohlrn
self and fellow-prartttioneni; bellow, that
heart dlMMwe Is curable. Uo writes:
"I wish to tell what your valuable ru.ill
clne has done for me. For (our yean 1 had
heart dlseaaeot the very worst kind. Sev
eral physicians I consulted, said It was
Rheumatism of the Heart
It was almost un
pains, unable to
on the left side.
No pon can de
scribe my euffcr-
Jurlng the last
months of those
four weary years.
I finally tried
DR. J. H. WATTS,
Dr. Miles' New
and was surprised at the result. It put now
Ufa Into and made a new man of me. 1
hare not hud a symptom of trouble since
and 1 am miUnIWmI your medicine has cured
on for 1 havo now enjoyed, slnco taking lt
Three Years of Splendid Health.
I night arid that I am a druRlst and havo
sold and rocoiiiinendcd your Ilimrt Cure, for
I know whut It lins done for me and only
wish I could state more clearly my sulTor
lng then und tho good health I now enjoy.
Your Ni-rvlno nnd oilier remedies also
glvo excellent satisfaction." J. II. Watts.
Humboldt, Nub., May 9, '94.
Pr.Jlllrq Heart. Cure Is sold on a positive
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Allilrv,.,,1-'-,..ltHtl 6 bolt I. -a fi-rfVor
It. will nt. iralil, on nx-eltit of price
ly Uki Ut. A.iK d jli.un.al Co., Lii.uuiU ind.
Bif. hires' Heart Cmv
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Can b obtained at lowett rales from L. S
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WYANPOTTES, PLYMOUTH HOCKS, LIGHT BRAHMA8,
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These Are the Very Best Varieties Known
IT pays to keep only tho best, and no businefiH pays o well a
the poultry industry. It pays bettt t than wheat, hogs or cattle.
ONE HUNDRED HENS of tho lost laying varieties, will
yield a yearly net income of 1200.
This BeaHon our etock is finer than ever, and we guarantee
atinfaction to all our patrons.
Send Stamp for Price List of Fowls and Eggs.
AddrenH, I Box 33"),
J. M. Garrison,
New and Enlarged Shop with all appliances for
MACHINE WORK & CASTING.
All work executed in the best manner ponaible.
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- BESTOW-
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,
MAIN STREET. OREGON CITY.
Best assortment ever
brought to Oregon City.
Pope & Co., Hardware dealers.
-lX. - v. ....
Forest Grove, Or.
m (i.-!.,s-h. Wt-un MH...ry, iM.-r i lirin loirti
.'ft, v t Wiuiit-:.. l.t Yttulftv. Niafiiily Ktu
t.i :u. ii..; uu' ny u;ui ajUdji uim-'Um-a ciu.-U b
' r .3.-: . Cfiti T)'o;-luU!f. It a nerve (ont
.1 -a thti iul-'iiriu ru:iTT-MtiL'uiMl plum t.
;:v t pn.-K.-i. t-1 pT hnx l!v mutl.pn.
T r--t, ,y ( Vr;r,! , At
. f. -i pi;i:n wrrivrwi'ii ti iinmmn und
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