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Oregon City Enterprise
I'ATKS TO RKMK.MBER.
TliurMiiy, Jan. M Kfpublioaii cluh inert
it'H ' ('nnenmli nt 7:: p. m.
Friitav, Jitti. Ill Sjwisl M'huol nieplitiK for
Orrivui t'uy m'IumI ilwriri. nt Ynyv't hall,
T:.W p. Hi.
F ilnr.lav. Kfh. 1. Smln Spriiu n-HiMirvi
rlut it'ievl al Mi'U'aa hull, Willioil, ai
T :S p. in.
Siliiitay. lVb. ;. I'nmn Young lvple rnliv
at Hitpli! niiil Mt'tluiitist cliurvlira mil ;lii
TiH'nlnv, 1V!i. I. Young Mi'i.'s Stalo Ko
luililnaii oli.li iiu-eis in I'nrt:nl.
Fatuntav, K-t. X.- Mwiiii): of SMwmikw
r.rpublii mi Huh at Town IihII Bt T :M p.m.
Turwlav, Keli. II. Mniral lomort at
Shively's nn'ia iiiiiiM" by St. IVi'ilia clio-
KKIPAY. JANIUUY :U. IS;!.
It no fbr your Uiwrt I nooght,
Bat yon. dmr, foolish mailt, have bruagfit
Only your bwirt to mo.
Ah. that no rr a eift ahouM ba
Tbu gift I wanKxl nntl
I aiikxl a momentary thing,
Bat 'Ut eU-rntty you bring.
And with inipinuoiu rye
Yoa offer, an tho listr pritr.
Thta prlwlwn oftVring.
Oh. what. In loru'a um, ah&ll I do,
Who hre both lost and captuml you?
Yoa will bnt laro me; o
Sina I. too, cannot let yoa go,
I oa but love you toa
Arthur rtymona In Academy.
Whon Leandor Clurke married Mabel
Thorpe, he hud no expectation of ever
' beiug a rich man, but as his affairs ap
pear At the present time he i on the
broad highway to future wealth. It all
row from tlio fact that he took time by
the forelock, the only way poor mortals
have of ever potting even with him of
' the srytlie and hourglass.
Now, Mabel Thorpe did not expect
her hero to swim the Hellespont of life
with all his armor on, but she did de
mand from him, as she had a right to
do, a high mor.il standard, for she had
not mnrried him until she had wen, as
she believed, his whole past life hud
open liefure her as a book. There is no
time when a man is as weakly senti-1
mental and as religious as when he is
trying to live up to the standard of a
pure young girl's ideal, and Leander be-1
came almost an aueL '
Theje are very few of us capable of !
making human angels of ourselves.
Good aud evil are as persistently pre- j
ent in our moral nature as light and !
darkness are in onr atmosphere, and one
serves as the complement of the other.
To banish night we use the light of
science, to counteract wrong we invoke I
divine help, but so largely is onr world- j
Iy nature in excess of our spiritual pow-;
ers that we are constantly in danger of
' erring to lie furgiviu in other words,
sinning and repenting.
Mabel Thorpe believed in an inflexi
ble uprightness. The command to do
evil that good may come was to her a
perverted text. She was not aware that
plan of a chafing dtah mid hand painted
fliina, and if worked like a charm. Ma
bel presided over tlio dainty cuisine, the
butler's pantry, the parlor, and really
did wonttors. Ijcandcr foil in love with
her over and over again. Hut for the
diamonds they would have been ns hap
py as larks.
Did they hear a sound at night it
was a burglar after those precious gems.
They were afraid to leave tlio house
alono lest thieves break in and steal,
and one or the other of the two was
compelled to ho the hiding place of the
jewels when they went out together. I
Me.beldid not care to adoru herself w ith 1
diamonds when she went to market or i
to church, but she could not listen to a
sermon in peace if the gems were not j
aliout her. And somehow it did annoy j
her to carry concealed wealth like a :
brigand or a smuggler.
Dut when Leander had a chance to
buy shams in the Little Catawba Lum
ber company and to make at much tu
three months ns he would In n year by
his clerkship Mabel would not listen to
the suggeitii..t that tho bank would ml-!
viuice enough on the diamonds to enable '
him to make the investment. I
Then Leander discovered that his wife 1
could be a very obstinate woman. It
moiotiiuv Ho won lit give n great deal to
know, what no clairvoyant could tell
him, how much or how little MaM has
discovered. My own opinion la that she
saw through it from the tlrst and holds
herself equally guilty an mvinisory after
the crime, mid with that trwoot fickle
lie which even an upright wonuui em
ploys she w ill inakn herself a loving ao
oouiplieo, for it is a foregone conolusiiui
that ljemider I'larke was his own bur
glar. Detroit Free Tress.
llnM Mad of Cigar Kltilxma.
Mine, Ma Initio Nev of Vienna has
diseovensl a new live for cigar rib
buns, l'nr the past the years she has
eolKvtid t lii.' tm;;vv, yellow bits of silk
used in tying cigars together, and to
each of t1 . v I; "joined" a strip
of lilin'k il.e s silk nf eijiml length lUld
width. L.iieiy sue u iiiul that the piive
of giimls w as l.u i;e eimugli to make a
dnws. mid .. ei .,! ugly. There are
il.OUU cigar i 1 U t" in the ilivss.
If you stiller with piles, it w ill interei-t
you to know tluit IV Witt's Witch llu.el
Salve will cure theiii. This ini'tlieine is
a secitlc for all complaints of this
chatacter, and if instructions (which iue
was in vaiu that he laid before her the "'inple) fe carried out a cure will restil1.
benefit that would result from a trim-; We have tested this in numerous cases,
stent disposal of the gouts. Mio replied, and always with liku results. It never
not without logic ou her side, that the fail. For sale by C. 0. Huntley, ding
Little Catawba might be a failure, and '
uieu tier precious securities woulil tie
forfeited. Leander, man fitsliion, grew
angry, and after some hot words reached
tho penultimate of passion.
"I wish," he said iu toues of invec
tive, "that bnrghirs would get the hate
ful stones. They might at least bo of
some use to them I"
It is said that curses, like chickens,
come home to roost. After Leander had
asked forgiveness for his rudeness aud
Mabel hud sweetly extended the olive
branch of conciliation ho suggested that
she be doubly careful of her cherished
"The town is full of burglars, and
they know the people who have fine dia
monds, and if they oneo set out to get
them they'll succeed. "
Mabel did not sleep with tho dia
monds in the sumo room. Womanlike,
she thought if she secreted them in
some place where they would never be
detected they would be safa Neither
the ash barrel nor tho ragbag entered
into her calculations, but places just as
XrOt lCR IS II KU K II Y UIVKN THAT I II A V It
i Ikiiii ii HIII...I hy I lig ioiiti)r polirl nt till)
nim din uri'iimi mr i iKi'Kaiiini ooiinly. mlinliiK
iraturnl llioi'nUUi nt Krmik M. Allitljlu .l.i
ceairil. All n'iiiii linvliiii liilni nuniimt ml.l
naiatii, am livmlir iiuinUil in iriinil ilia ma
uiiiy vriiin. mr imrniaiil, In Ilia uiuliriilu I,
at my nilloii In Or.ia.in Ciiv, Orvmin, willilu n
iiiiuiiiiB irinn um mini hi iilli Uiilloo,
i'IUH. Al.llHIullT, Ja.
AilmluUtralnr nl I ho aaimn nt Ktmik M Al
brlnlil, it ai.l. I. . pnarta, Ally.
Palod, January Vlll, IsM I In, J-7.
Coughing irritates the delicate organs
and aggravates the disease. Instead of
waiting, try One Minnie Cough Cure, ll
helps at once, inakea exin'ctorntinn easy,
reduces tho soreness and inflamiitinr.
Every one likes it. For sale hy ('. (i.
Finest catchup, Worchesti-rshire sau.'r
nd other dressings used in the oyster
cocktails at the Novellv,
Wedding stationery, the latest styles
and finest assortment ever brought to
Oregon City at the Entkhprisk otlice.
In Ilia I'lreiill Court ot !ha Stata nl Onsen, lor
lliai'iiuulr nt Oai'kamaa.
lirinit Plnmliiy, tilalullir, va. .Iitlilih Wilann.
Kiianlinii. and Claraurv M. Wilanu a minor,
Si ilii et Orniiiiu, Count)' el I'lai kamaa, .
V VlltlTK OK A JPIIUMKNf oltHKIt.
I I iliMTiia and ail I'XfClltlon, Oil ImiicI nut
i. ami liiiilor Um nal of Ilia aliova oiiulln l
court. In lh al'iiv" fiitllli'il oailmi, In ma ilu.v
I rr. In! ami ilalail Ilia Vn ular nl Jmmarv lial
llimll a JiliUliiullt nimliirv.l ami i'ltlor..il In ul.l
oourl nil Iha inh ,e January, tan, in Invur
ni i.r-ut riuir ev, iiia milt, and nrnliel Jatilih
n iiou auarnau, ami r.armii'i M Wi , .
tin . tiuid Hit". Inr Ilia ill Ml nl IVKlMI, Willi
utuirai uiiirriiii ai ill i ratii u l l nnr it. imi
auniiiii (ruin I In' Jsiii il y nl January, vm, an I
in ' mm r 111111 1 .m aa aitomai Ins u I llin
iir iiiTMini n iiam i ami illat iir riu. nl.. and
iiia i mi ii a .ii up lit i i win, couiia mil iiif m
to malm .( ot tin i nl l iir i iar ilo nl,.. n al
lirnimrty i ualo In Hi i I'.ouur nl CI ekaiua-,
-iiaii' oinr nun, in wu: lii'Klllilllia al till! nulli
Wi'al i'o IHi ol tll.i lloimlliin l.aml Claim. N.I. 41
III I imi ill I' I mth u' ran I ol nt Ulllainrnio
innr'ii an. linoira u rtn IO.HI clia in, iIiimih
ii r n w ia-i 7 Mcnaina, l cn a .. ulli '.l-ina
li.HI ! labia, lliinmi .1.11M1 I y wo.i l l ;
l ialollio li.ai'a nl lio'Hlillui!. Cuulaliuuii
uiii i a iiiiiit' nr iva.
No, til ri'liir . hv vlrliie nl nail vnii'iillnti
lllitinni n nfdrr anil i!p t o, ami lu i'niiiilauii
wnii i ii n inm.u.i. ni uil writ, 1 will, on sal
unlay. Ilia .i.i h day nl Kvhriiary, I VNI, al Hi
a ni r ni ii ii i iim'k a. in., at ImiiiI do.ir nl tha
1 mi IV I ourl llniio In I In. eily o On null Cty,
In "ill i o inly aud iatp, I al ihiIi'Io aui'tiun,
to ri in r icmi Ion, lu the lunli nl blddur,
tori' S "l I coin, 1'i.h lu hiiul, all tha right
tulii an. I luiarv t li el lln wiilen namait la
f ii or oiiln.r i.l llif in Imi ou Hip data u
ill mnrtiraiiv lirrjln nr lip hail III ami In hp
atma dpa rlhid raal piuiwly nr nr prl ihuro
t'l, In laluly aald r xp nitinu, Judioni'iit nrdi'r,
dacrap, IntcriM, poala and all ai i'ruiua I'mia
K. C iAIIH)i'K,
Hhar fTol Clarkamaa C uitily, Orpnn
l-d, '."-.'S Hy .V .i. Nonnv, llpiulv.
Hi'mI, O .mi City, Or.. Janiiarr lutw
no YOU NEED r
DOORS, WINDOWS. MOULDING,
Or Building Mnterinl?
Co to C- H- BESTOW.
-I.owchI cash ii'iccH ever nlli'i'i'il for-
Money to loan. Apply to C. II. lye,
Oregon City, Oregon,
Oue night thero was a crash in the
room below. Mabel shook her sleeping
husband and whispered in his ear:
"Burglars! Get your revolver nnd go
down stairs. The diamonds are in tho
bottom of the clock. "
Leander was startled and confused,
but as the noise continued he hurried
on his clothes, and takiug his revolver
ran softly down the stairs. Mabel re
mained where she was, 6hivering with
There was a fearful commotion be
low, the noise of falling furniture, open
ing and closing of windows and the
rapid firing of the revolver after some
flying robber. Then regard for her bus
baud's life compelled Mabel to hurry
there are sins of omission as well as of to his assistance. She found him lying
commission, aud that her unrighteous
condemnation of sinners and her severe
judgments were in thenwlves of a sin
ful nature. The self righteous are often
harder to live with than tho sinner.
Leander Clarke had been a good son,
and ho intended t be a good husband
Ho was both proud and fond of his
wife, but certainly regretted that he
could not give her all the luxuries that
she could appreciate, not even the'graud
piano that her musical talent deserved.
But ho went to work with a will to
on the floor, grasping his revolver,
She did Dot faint nor shriek, but,
kneeling beside him, bathed his face
and besought him to speak to her.
"Where am I?" he asked feebly as
he tried to raise himself. "Are the dia
"Never mind the diamonds," said his
wife. Are yon mortally wounded any
where?" "I don't know, " answered Leander
feebly, and, to her credit be it recorded,
Mrs. Leander assisted her husband to a
couch and sent off, or rather oalled for,
make her happy and hoped in a few
years to be able to add all other needful i assistance before she even
things. I her diamonds.
Among the wedding presents of the Then the open door of the clock told
young couple was oue that far outshone , the whole story. The diamonds were
all the rest a superb set of diamonds ; gone, root and branch I And they were
sent by an uncle of Leander 's who was
near to death and gave the residue of a
large estate in this extravagant present
Leander himsolf was genuinely sorry
that such an undesirable gift ha-l been
made, but he argued that his wife was
a sensible woman and would turn them
into something more suitable to their
condition in life a piano, for instance,
wiucn was a necessity ratner than a
luxury. What was his surprise when bis
bride said :
"I nover was so pleased in my life.
Diamonds represent to me the crystalli
sation of everything beautiful in art and
nature. I never dreamed that I should
possess such magnificence. "
' ' But these have no associations, "said
her husband. "They are not heirlooms. "
"They will be. All diamonds were
new at some time. And are they not as
sociated with the dear old man who
The dear old man bad been a terror in
the family and had only given the dia-
the only things stolen.
If Leander had been surprised at the
manner of his wife on receiving the
jewels, he was astonishod at the calm
indifference with which she parted from
them. She allowed the usual course to
be taken to recover tho thief or thieves
to justice, but when no results followed
she said she was glad of it; that the
gems had been like an evil eye to them,
and for her part she never wanted to
hear of them again.
"I wondtr,"she said, "that I did
not see it in that light before. I will
never keep anything in my house again
to tempt the cupidity of the wicked or
unfortunate. To that extent am I my
brother s keeper.
But the effect upon her husband was
entirely different Either be caught cold
on that night of the burglary or his
nervous system received a shook, for be
was almost HI from the effects of his
tussle with the burglar. And he could
not endure to have the subject men
In tho ("Iroull Court oHho Hmto ol Oregon, lor
tli County oi Clackatuaa.
M. iit.tr, plaintiff, ra. J. c. Uemonp- anil
Amanda A. Hpaaouer, d.'lpiidault.
Stale of Ore (on, C mtitr ol Claoain, ,
-V"OTU.'K IS HKKKHY UIVKN THAT HY
i virtus ol an HMJtimi an I order ol ilo
I uauid nut ol tho circuit conr; of ilia Slit of
Orua-on Inr the County ol Cla.'karn.., In ar nu
dtiettieltth day ol Decern r, lurs, lu a mlt
wtirraiu M. lie av la pla.ntiff, and J. C. Kenoner
and AmaulaA. Keaa.n.era artidelan lauia.rniu
inanaiu ma. in iii uainaui tna Hta'c ot o va nt
thai out ol lha real aitate h rona tor hur o d
to real le a mm auhlcirnl (oait aly t iaiietuau 1
olaaid de-re, to-wlt: in. 10 an I tha lurinar
utnollluco t., toceihar with lut re I ou tne
atin alu. aaid uejra waa uiprad at H per
c.'ut P' rannuin, and alto lue amti nl aud at-
tJiiulnn th i a "- " .
Nuw, Iharel irp, In obed euci'lo audi dtpree,
I did, on the 21th day nl January, Km, iiu y
levy upon, and wl.l, on Silunlai', Ibu ."J h day
01 rro uary, iijri, a' (ua nour ol two o CI CI p.
m. ol mid day, al the front d -or ol Ilia cnur.
home la aald ouuiy, ntfir fur M e al pub! c
auction, m i eii 10 tne nii(noi an i dmid ado
lor can lu nana, al ol tin rich , t iloanil I iii-r
eat tha iai'1 uelnda ta. on In :KXri day nl Not
t niber, S'J6, hid or urnr have in a d to lha fni
lowluf daacrlbid real progeny, to wn: The
north weal quarter ol .ertlon :il. lu tow ih n 4
-ouin 01 range I aant ol n il.ainttte mvrdiau lu
Clarkimai lounty, Otetnn, ami a I that part of
the no tne. at quarter ol ctuiu Jr. lu loarnahlp
taouih ol ramie 1 wed of Wi.lain.lte me I lliu,
ynif ami twine in Clacaama eouuiy, OrKoa.
vaiaa tnit .ia uay oi January, A n. Iv.
K C. M A 1)1)1 U K
BberlfTol flackamai County, State of OruKon.
bi.i. m. Jiooor, oepuiy. l ai, t-v
monfc to Leander 's wife because he tiened before him. Not even the success
hated that nephew a little less than the
others, whom he hoped to make horri
bly jealous and angry and had succeeded.
When Leander akod his wifti to keep
her diamonds in tha bank, she promptly
"But you surely will not wear them,
dear?" he surges ted.
"Why not?" she asked.
"It would injure our prospects and
ot be oonsistetit with our position. "
"They were a gift to me. Surely I
have the right to do as I please with my
"The right, yos. But I thought my
wife had more discretion. I did not
know you cared for gewgaws, Mabel. "
So the first oloud came ou the horizon
of their love, but Leander was good
tempered and Alabel satisfied, and it
disappeared. The truth was that Lean
der had expected a handsome sum of
money from this very uncle, who wag a
"bachelor and very old. But age had not
of the "Little Catawba." ia which
friend had invested for him, gave him
the peace aud rest he craved.
A little incident that happened at
that time did, however, help to restore
him to his normal condition. His wife
received a small package, accompanied
cy a soiled and dilapidated note, which,
upon beiug opened, read:
HoaoBD mad an 1 geta no akap aenee i atoal
ynre dlmnnji: no ynre laldy aavl are a retch It
1 fcdv them op pra fur me.
an onnone trend.
And in the package Mabel found her
diamonds, exactly as she had last seen
She was pleased where is the woman
who would not have been? and she at
once showed her confidence in her hus
band by placing the gems in his hands
for safe keeping In the bank.
"I wish I had taken your advice ear
lier," she said gracefully. "It would
have saved us so much trouble."
Leander murmured something about
11 j i j : . . i
n u r,u.,u wia!, all being well that ends well and at
iiia relatives, uuu uitrir ruining mo young j noon brourht her a certificate of dennsit.
man's liopoalie took a malicious pleasure
in disappointing them.
Tho young couple began life in a
cetty furnished cottaze pn the modem
Thero we leave them on the way to
fortune and happiness if if Leauder's
conscience docs not upsot tho wholo
Id the Circuit Court of tin state ot Oregon, lor
iue I'Oumy oi Marion.
The Oregon Land Co., plaintiff, ra. M V. Koork,
Blale of Onion, County ol Clackamat, ai.
By virtue ol a In lamentorder, decree and an
tlicution, duly luuad out ol and under the loal
ni the above eutltel court, In the above en
t tied cauae, to ma duly direct.! and dated the
.'3rd day of benemtier, WOfl, upon a Judnment
r ndered and enterad In "aid court on the
17th day of October, lHtft, In lavor ol Tne
(ireeoo Land Co,, plaintiff, and ai-ln-t M. V.
Hcora, defendant f ir th um of WMVJQ, with
Ii lereat thereoo at the rate of 10 per omit, per
annum from th 17th day of October, Im6, and
urlhrrititn of a I1.tO.OD " alioroey a lee, and
t further iira ot 116.00, coan and ili.biuie
menu, aud Ihe cotta ol and upon thli writ,
i mmandlna ma to make lala of th lollowlna
' acrlbed real property altuate in th c runty of
Ca kamaa. Slate ol Oreaon, to-vrit: All ol loll
17. is, is, , a, n, n. at. 25, as v. 2s. a, ao, si
and 32 lu block Mof Mlnihorn addition to the
City ol Portland, aocordlng to tha recorded plat
Now. therefore, by virtue of aald eiecutlon,
i ditmentorder anil decrei, aud In cunnllauce
With tbe comman ie olaaid writ, I will, on Sat
urday, the lit day ot February, 1H, at trie botir
ofonao'cloca p. m at tbe trout door ol the
O untr Court Houie In the city ol Oreaoii
C ty In aald county and "Ht, sell at pub
1 c auction, aubiecl to redemption, to the hlvh-
eat bidder, lor caah In hand, all th right,
t tie and Intercut which th within nam
ed defendant" or either f them, bad oa th date
f themortgaire harelu oralnoe had In aud to
the aoov deacrld real property or any part
tbereol, to natlafy aald execution, Judgment or
dr,dciee,iuUrat, coHid I ail accruing i oita.
E. C Maiiiiixjh,
Sheriff ol Clack imat ounly, Or go i.
By N M. Mnoutr, I'e. uty.
Dated, Or.igon City, Or., D 0. .11, IS S. 1-3, l-.'U
lu the Circuit Court nl Ihe stale ol Or jon,
iue i.iiuuiy oi Liacaaiuaa.
W. K llulibard, plalntirr. v. ('liar V. Uraper,
M' K liripnr, C ar Flalda Truattv an l K.
r. Miiitna, ueti udauia.
Stale ol O'.noii, Couuty of Clac'iaraaa, a.
HY VIKTCK OK A JCIKIMKNT llltUKIt.
dai-iee aud an eiectit mi, uiily la.uod nut
nl and un.liir lb- "ual nl iheaijnvaauiltlii . mur ,
I lu Ilia alHvrlllii I'ailir, In me duly dlnv id
and tUtvd lb Sill -lay o, Jauuarr, Isun, iipnu a
, J'ut.'uin it re iiicrtid and vuinrii I In id ouurt
I on On? ii h day ni .Nnrrinhrr. iwj, in lavor nl IV,
I r. llutiliar I, plaiiii (1. and nliil C iaMua Y.
lr p". Mury K. Kiane-. C ara Kli'l la I rilalvo
an i t I' Nicii . d le idant., I r he amn nf
Klu.vV nl h I iter, at n e emi at lli rata of ion
pre nl p r a ilium iu ii l'ii stii txy nl Novxiii'
i cr, and t''C IlirlliiT ail n i t aa llur.
0 )' a I e, and 111 lll'tlie- amn ol IIU, and Inr ill
um 1 1 .), w th li.ti'-i ai Ii ere m -I ihe r .to "I
10 l r c nt. p r a iihimi i rmu I e h Uy nl Si'.
t nib r. 1-.H. ai d tne lur h r aim m I ! i.n
iit'v'ii ice ami to lu ther .um nl 1' roaiinuJ
iltihurem uiu, an I the cmia nf hii uhhi tine
w I , en nman litu mi' 1 1 make aala nl ihe fnl-
liialnr. il rid J rral .r..Kil ituate lu lh
Coll IV olCafkmia, State il O'i'g Ul, ln-wll:
l a ,S a -I tl o .ri'tinll V, lu tniviMliiii 'i ntith nl
ran -e I eial m Wil am t u.erldlan.
Nuw, Ii e-eui-, ny vlr.ui o. a o exiciiimii,
JmU'in nit iirter an I du r.r , an 1 n o nip laure
ii h Hie rmnuiaudx I id wrl', I will, mi Muu
ilnv, 11k. 21 h il . u Fi'iiruary, iti, al th" huur
f I u i'Ii c . p in . at (lie Imul danr l.i C uni
ty Court II .n.e in III oily ol u ou City in
tbe aald t'tiuiiiy and -tat', I public ani'tlnn
aublail to radaniptiun, In Ihl hlgbiat b ildar. (or
U. H uld coin, caah I i nan I, ail tha rialii, mi
and luinreit whioii tin within na nrd d.jeu
dauu or elder ol the it, h id on ibudate of lha
ninrti(ao herein or ainea had In aud l th
abov.'d -at-rlue l rai pruporly nr aur part ihuro
tit, to a itl y aa d eKauiinii, Judrinuui nrder,
decree, lutort, loan and all a'nrul enau.
K. C. MAIHHii K.
Sierlff ul Clae.amaa c unity, (Ira.ou.
1-21, V 21. 11 r N. M. Muniir, U puly.
llalid. Oiea-on City, OroKHo, January l 1-Wi.
FIRST - CLASvS - GOODS.
AlsDcoiiiliiiiiitinti wirn ami picket fenco,
HARTMAN - STEEL - PICKET - FENCE.
Ami IichI limn fencing iiimlc I'lici H to nuit liunl times.
Shop Opp. Congregational Church,
MAIN STREET. OREGON CITY.
GROCERIES, CROCKERY, FLOUR, FEED, ETC.
Tlio must cumjilt'tf stuck of
in our nuiwry.
Notice la h iretiy given, that purtuant to an
or ,er and rcnii) laauei nut ol the Couuty
. "un in i iaeta"'aa i outiir , ureeun, aaailtnlu
latratorol tho ealale ol W.l.iam It. MrCubnln
dreaed, I a III on Tneailay Kebruarr i'.h Ivjii,
t ha hour ul lu orlm-n a m al Ihe cnuit
noiui iiimr in (iravn-i Clly. Dnn in, ntTi-r Inr
-ale and lull lu the hlghrat blj.li r Ilia lulluwlng
de.cribrd rt-al ea ate, m-wit: llai. 7H acrva, u-or
or lea oi th . weat ball nl the donation laud
claim ol M m. H. McCiihbin and lle, aald claim
belli r ite rnbi followe, li-wii: '(be eotiib
nne hall i1,) nf tha aoutliwo.l ijuarlor ",l, Hi
a nun we. i tiiartr t'.i oi aou.nweai querir
t-t) hiiii nil inree .i)ui .ei'iiun iweuiy niu VCI)
!" .outh ea-l uuartar (i I ol luiith eaal IL.)
of ac luu Ibirlv (10) luta film (I) aud
two tl) nl ction ililrtynii (ill) and
lota one ()and two i'J) ulie tlou tbirty lwn
.ui in lowiim p I i, rau.e aea-t ul lb weat
aieri nan eoutalnlug Al.: acre., more or lea..
I he aborn meutloilird lllflTJ acrua la tlia a.il
hair or .aid claim lava ami excepting in fol
lowing deacrluwil traoi, nlec or parnal of land
convel to Win Heury Hmalbara by
Hllilam K. Mi'Cubblu and wife anJ
recorded on pair "in," nf llonli "K" It.coM. of
liiaof Clacatiaa Countv, anil whlrh la lhre
In devalued a. follow., to wit: llegluulng al a
iio'iil 20clialn. wu.t from tbe aoiitb-ea.t oorner
of sirtlou 3), In aaid towii'hip 2 .ou Hi. raiiKu il
eaat.th'iuce north Mchain,theuceaal 20 chain.,
tbeui eaouiu uegr weat .iicbin. lo aec
lion line, ibonc-i went on aertlou Hue 4 chalna to
place of beginulug, conlalulug 24 acre. All of
th following iraut, piece or parcel of land ly
ing north of Clear Creek, being a Hurt of the
claim of Win. Commit known aa claim No. M lu
fiwn-hip 2 aonth. range 8 eaal, duaenbed aa rail -;ow.
lo-wlt: lluirlnniug at north eaal corner nf
aid claim No ftn, miming ihmic aontb Hi de
gree j& niluiite. weat. tracing north bounderr
of .idclim 119. lOuiiBln. to claim oorner, luetic
ninth u cnain, tiieuc norm m Uegrec 4
minute, eail, 89. 1) chain to theeaat boundary
line of aald oialin, thence unrth 40 cbalna to be
ginulug ooiitaluing l.'iH acre, more or leaa, and
aaid part norib of .aid Creek containing about
20 acre, mora or leaa.
Bald property will b offered, flral In parcel
toault putcnaaera. In oaa no latlafactory bid
larecalvwl for leal than th ciillro tract, than
th premi.ci will b aold Intact. Arrange
ment may b made for ou year'a lime for oue
half of purchaae pne, by mortgag bearing tea
per iut iutereat.
uauiu jauuary no, in-.ai.
THOMAS F. RYAN,
A iln.Ui.lralur Afumaal I.
1-3, 1 24.
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Tret's in vcry variety.
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TRUE TO NAME
All trees plainly laheleil.
FREE FROM DISEASE
jieeial care in takon to havo all stock free
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FOREST GROVK POULTRY YARDS,
The Oldest and Most Reliable on tho Pacific Coast.
WYANDOTTKS, I'LYMOrni ROCKS, LIGHT lUtAHMAS,
IlltOWaV ami WHITE LK(i HORN'S, an.l IMI'ROVKD LANTiSHAXP.
Those Are the Very Best Varieties Known
IT iuyn to kui'p only tho bent, ami no buHiiicps jmyn ho well an
the poultry imliiHtry. It irnyn bettor thiin wbi.'itt, hogH or ciittlo.
OXK JIUXIJRKI) IIKXS of the beHt laying vnrictioH will
yield a yearly net income of 200.
Thiri Hcitson our block is finer thmi over, nml wo nuiirantee
Hatinfuctioii to all our iutroiiH.
Send Stain j for Trice List of Fowls and Kggs.
AiMresH, Lock Box 3.'t.r.
J. M. Garrison, - - - Forest Grove, Or.
OREGON CITY IRON WORKS
New nnd Enlarged Shop with all appliances for
MACHINE WORK & CASTING.
All work executed in the bent manner poriniblo.
teed on all orders.
Prices the lowest to be had in Portland. Shop on
nour Main, Oregon City, Oregon.
Ij. ROAKE & CO., Proprietors.
YJThli FnmonaRemdr mrnii qulr-kly, ponriarmntlr lt
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