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Brevities for the Ladies.
SATU RD AY,
JAN U ARY 10,
NO. A it
I w hen, menaced by Attorney-General Washington
Agricultural fostered and encouraged. The com*
pany are of our own citizens; and
BY O U I K B W . HOLMES.
interests are interwoven with
I n less than three months, more
What a large amount of gola
than thirty women have been appoint
Oh. for one hour of youthful joy!
pay to our farmers for flax
Forest G r o v e ,....................... Oregon.
ed l ’ost-mistresses in the United
Ciive hack my twentieth spring!
be furnished them.
I'd rather lrtugli a Veight-hairt d hoy
j tliew Hale refused to go on with a called to order 'by the President,
A F arm er ;
Than reign a gray-Waril king.
I,T R A N K M< M I I . L I ’N IIAS \LT. K IN D S
L U C E .
of fruit trees for sale in F->rt -t (»row .
Off with the wriidd. ,1 spoils of age
who can cook a healthy meal of vict been returned at the dictation of the
F U I ' I T T U F F S . t o tiri ¡/‘ firs • Id:)
On motion the Society proceeded
Away with learning’s crown:
uals. one of the papers there says Protector, in order to secure the to the election of a Board of Direc
Tear out life's wisdom-writ ten page .
Apples, Pears, Cherries. Plums, (¿unices.
Editor and Proprietor.
And d .sii its trophic- down.
BY CHAH. HOWABD, C ENTEE V ILLE , CAL.
conviction of a personal enemy. tors for the ensuing year.
f F U U A \ />’;
One mom* nt let my life-hlood stream
H. 0. Raymond and A. Luelling 1 saw one kill a bird— at\d th* world lost a songi
Cherry, White Crystal, Red Dutch.
A rich old lady in New Haven Perhaps Attorney-General Williams
From h.iyh ii'd’s fount of tlaiue;
U l A> F U E U U l F s :
then appointed tellers.
keeps her hens in the parlor and
Poor little quePh of birilland,
Give m.- on- _;iddy, re. ling stream
The following members were then
Lawton and Kittatinny.
Slain in the midst of a song!
< >1 li:. . all love and fa ue.
feeds them with jelly cake and En
U A S P U F U U Y w i t a ll A P E FIXES.
region of quavers and trills,
T E R M S OF S l ' B S r R I l ’TTON:
My li-!.nil' ang.-l heard the pray - 1
A region of blossoms and tree«,
n l :\ .I M F S T A L T U F F S ;
And. , .Imly smiling, said
Ono y e a r , ..........
A murmur of passionate rills,
A fourteen year old girl of Brook ninteenth than in the seventeenth lien. Cornelius, J. Freeman and
" I f I hut touch thy silv. re.l hair
1 oil E.la.k and White Walnut, Clnsiiut and
The music of infinite seas.
Thy h isty wish hath sped.
century? If so, it will be fortunate! W. It. Jackson.
1 OO other vari* tit s.
love of the sun and the moon,
for breach of promise, and wants for the country if the Senate so tin-j
(single copies, . ..
*• But is tln-re nothing in thy track
The bill of S. TV. Carter, for §20,
The peace of a star and the night,
Tit hid tilt e fondly lay t
Rose E.u-h. s of all kiml-.
derstand him before passing upon 1 was then ordered paid and the
Trill-flutters that swell to the moon.
Wiiih the swift si a soils hurry hack
Si mg-wavers whose fringes are white;
A citizen o* Ua Crosse named Gin, his nomination.
1" tin.l the wished-for day V"
R A TE S (» F AD YER TIS ‘IN<; :
Tulip alid Pi otiy hull's.
has petitioned to have his name
Ah. tms. t. best of woma'i-kind,
In a victory song far beard —
Board of Directors, immediately
changed, because his sweetheart
AYi,Lout th*e, what w.-re life?
All these lying dead —lying dead
ItO i >f all kinds.
William’s best friends a short time held, the oath of office was adminis
1 ind i, i *2 et» * ; t (li » jA f> nt l ri 7 on
(>ii. hi.ss I eauiiof leave lit loud —
In the broken heart of a bird;
2 i s,
1 11 tak.
aiy pre cioUs wife!
(Ml it F j - i U nt> IT * '
Call an l s . . Me h. fori purchasing else-i
A young lady of Terre Haute, Ind., his nomination for the high office to j for the ensuing year as follows: A.
The Defence of France»
The an 1 took a sapphire pen.
7 (to lo oo 1 \ no •jn no where. Everythin- warranted.
n4*2 tf ;
proved her ability to supp »rt a which he aspires, there are but few Luelling, President. G. M.Raymond,
4 ‘ °»-
husband by shooting over one hun now who wish t>< see him continued. Secretary, and L. Patterson, Treas
“ l’lie man would he a hoy again.
i) | M » 12 •»<» 1-*» oo *-*1 * * • >!P oo
Writing from Berlin Under ¿ate of
And hr a hushand, too!*
dred uuail thi - season, -links remarks The best excuse that lias been offered urer.
, c l . ’ 1*2 1H) 17» 00 1* 00 ; m on 50 on
12th, the correspondent
J X^. ■ W - O . X j J l X . B î X L . .
1 col. ,
ló 00 20 00 3(» 00 50 00 oO 00
oil tlliis that lie has sh-
" And i- tli. re nothing yet unsaid,
for him is that he acted hastily, and
On motion, all books, papers and of the London Pauli/ Telegraph says:
Before the change appears?
saml (¡nail this seaStill
was deceived by Mitchell. But there accounts of the Society were refer j ‘ ‘ From an official source I learn the
Rt ue mb. r all those gifts have th .1
should be no haste in such eases; red to the finance committee for ex following facts in reference to mili-
, At the 01.1 Tualatin Store.)
AAilli the revolving years.”
L ocai . N otices . 2*> cents per liti«- t r the
I tary matters in France. The hew
he knows Mitchell so well that amination.
t'rm insertion. Hint 17» cents a line f- r - ich
Whv. v, -! for ineinorv would recall
sul>*< qu- nt in>< rti.m.
nail: The lie ought not to he led by him at all,
A motion was carried instructing ( /.a î idrsrerlltejdigu ng) r e c e n t l y
Say s the Cronn » V-f
b FALLU IS
M\ imiti, i-utcmill joys -
F or Legal ami traimi. i:t adv.rtis m itts.
I coiil,1 n-.t It, ur to leave tin nì
subjet•t of Anna Dit
i sou's last especially ill opposition to such men the Secretary to purchase silver cups j adopted iu Germany, one of the
5-2 5o per square .of 12 lite -> f >r t1 • limt DRY DO» >DS,
l il t .k"
:u\ -g iris and lt-i
I f she as Gibbs and Deady, whom he knows for such parties as were entitled to chief objects of which is to do away
insertion ami SI oil p, r -..piare f... cadi
mis even better than Mitchell. I f he them as premiums at the last Fair, with a large number of small fort*
MlliSeqlleUt lit-.. rtl>-U.
" W hy. t his w ill m v m tin!
taken. W e want her distinctly to lent‘ himself to aid Mitchell in order or give such parties the equivalent resses of no importance, consider
A.t - r r t ; t ‘> b* /mil /..<•
Tin- man \\ mi l l>f a l">v again
ing the present method of çohduct-
understand that so far as she and to secure his vote in the Senate, that in coin, at their option.
finikin/ /‘r o o f by Vi», r 'Idis • .
And he a father, too!”
O E M U AL M E R C H A N D I S E
war, and to strengthen the larger
The Directors resolved to thor
other young strong-minded females
Subscriptions s« nt East. rd "it a y -.r.
And so 1 laughed: My laugh awoke
bv means of large detached
oughly revise their premium list at
are concerned, we have no sake.
The lioii-i hold, with its noise —
Forest (i r o t c , . . . .
O ic ïo ii
the next meeting of the Board.
And wrote mv drcuuis when morning
The day w hen a boy begins to the ballot-box is to bo protected
once arsenals and
Ou motion, the Board adjourned
PR O FE SS IO N A L CARDS. I IV.
FAIR EE It'Es P A I D F O R VI.L K IN D *
feel uneasy at being dependent upon against fraud, tlie people do not care
has made it
To please the gray-liaired hoys.
to meet on the first Thursday in
somebody else, is the day when his for a few dollars.
February, 1874, for the transaction necessary for France to reorganize
OF I’E O P E C E .
bovhood begins to give wav to man-
A Hole Through Hoosac Tunnel.
the home defenses. The necessity
hood. The day when a girl linds some
of protecting France from (Termali
Premium ou Cash Customers. nl"»:tf
NOTARY PUBLIC AND COLLECT >R.
The great bore which is to give body on whom she is willing to de
The Cracking of Fruit by Ram.
Massarhusets a great railway route pend is that in which she passes
N o t ic e .
r.iJAL T A P E E S DR V A N*.
A STRONG UNE OF FORTRESSES)
through tlit* State to the West is at from girlhood to womanhood.
J ih - w I- .l.. e: nts tak.-n,
Will al n i
Almost every one, says an exchange As well as of remedying the short-
Says the San Francisco Ihilhiin,
entrusted t-. hi
last nearly eoinplctcul. Ou Thanks
promptly to all hu-in
A western paper relates as an il Laura C. Bedding, better known by has noticed that juicy fruits such as
selves indebted to mé art hcrchy
Dayan unusually heavy charge lustration of the power of^love, the the pseudonym of “ Howard Glyu- plums, peaches, grapes, tomatoes, j comings discovered during the last
request- I to call and pay up before the
war in the defence of Paris, occupies
Oto. H. PrRtixM.
H. \. T homisox . h, ginning i f the New Year, and - a v e .-lists. ot nitroglycerine blew a hole through ease of Miss Catharine Oates, of don,” is, we believe not only deaf and j etc., will be cracked by a rain. The
the last few feet of rock which re- Cornwall, England, who traveled all dumb, but blind. There is therefore phenomenon has been of painfully most earnestly at the present mo
léstrht Atti unti/.
JOHN R W ALKER .
ment French military c i r c l e s .
Tual: fii Store. Forest Grov.-, O-n. in!'.» tf inaineil to be pierced, and, at least the way to Tuolmne county, Califor a peculiar aptnessin the title “ Sounds frequent occurance the past season,
Durham & Thompson,
so the news papers say, let tin* day nia, to wed the lover she had not From Secret Chambers’’ to a volume and the losses to some growers have These questions have entered a new
The triple fortress-girdlë
light in from einl t<> end. There yet seen for eight years, and foudn him of poems written by her, which O s - , on this account been heavy.
.4 t T<t n x r: i s j / l .1 i r ,
The constructed upon 3rauban’s plan on
remains a great deal of work to be wedded to a Mexican ranchero s goodiVCo., Boston, publish in a very cracking has been explained in vari
No. 109 First Street.
done before the tinal completion of daughter and the father of live chil attractive style. There is something ous ways, but we think it is properly the eastern frontier, and which
1 chiefly consisted of small forts mucll
P o r t l a n d , ........................o u t : i o n .
> j ' P j / a * ‘>’j
^ f f / t y / t the great job, and it is not likely dren.
touching in the very idea of a soul attributed by Bousingalt to or muse. exposed to bombardment, was pos-
that the tunnel will be opened for
thus bereaved of light and speech I f a bladder filled with syrup be im , sessed of but an insignificant oflens*
ALFRED KINNEY. M-D..
The Dueliess de Burgoyne one
P O R T L A N D , O R EG ON ,
business within less than a year.
blossoming into song. She, who mersed in a Vessel of water, the water
How long it is since work was lirst day conversed with Madame de never saw sky or sea—who never j w’ll after a while become sweet; the j ive force, and speedily fell to pieces
Affords advantages for t)ie thorough and
begun on this undertaking, we do Maintenon on the subject of Queen heard the murmur of wave, the rip- . swaip passes through the membrane j under tlie German blows. Metz
G r E
jiraetie.d I5nsin< -s Edit, ation . f young and
It is enough to say that Anne. Do you know,” said the pie of stream, the rustle of forest leaf. ' of the bladder into tlie water, and and Strasbourg were the only
middl,-aged Men. Send for Colle-. IV per. not know.
time. Before it was Duchess, why the queens govern bet the joyous uote of song bird, paints s correspondingly the water passes in strongholds that held out for any
k I R A N T E ,V J \ AIKS.
F F IC E IN DEKT'M S B U I L D I N G .
! time. Warned by these experiences,
was jclearly seen ter than the kings'? Because,” she nature with the fidelity of an artist j to the interior of the bladder.
r e r of E.r,t and W ash]» -
But : the French have resolved tò relegate
ton Streets. Portland. Or. , >n.
n >7 ly
PO ST O F F IC E HOURS.
and the enthusiasm of a worshipper, j this interchange is notan equal one;
going over the mountain instead of the ladies rule, whereas, under Some of her more ambitious efforts j the lighter liquid, the water, passes ; the smaller fortresses to a position
Mail -oiii'-T south doses at s
m .: Mail
of altogether secondary moment,
under it. But Yankee pluck and queens the rulers are men.”
are not successful, but the minor p o -! in many times more rapidly than the and to constitute the früntiêf
C. A. RALI-.
q 'ino east dost s nt 1 e. m . Office hours oil
energy ../having spent so much labor
A Steubenville ‘ ‘ local has had an ems -those that sing of love and hope , heavier liquid, the svrup, passes out.
Sunday from l";:!.»t,> 11 \. m .
! defenses in
He says: “ W e willbe
are very sweet and tender. Take The consequence will loot bat the blad
U \ L L
As S T O T T ,
under-taiid that there was to be a somewhat cautious hereafter as to the following:
A SERIES OF INTRENCHED CAMP8,
X. E. G O O D E L L .
der will be distended to its utmost,
A T T O Ü N K Y S . A T
L A W ,
railroad under that mountain, were* how we write up a local item about
and at length burst. This is a gen Connected with and supporting Obë
L N T R E N OES.
: 7 ly
not to be daunted bv any obstacles a woman. We have been intervi ewed
No. •*. D knin's l!h.ek,
eral rule, that where two liquids of , another. The central point of this
\v.' two slowly walked tln.t night.
in the path, and pushed the work by a strong-minded one that had Vs Silence
densities are separated by a ' entirely new system of defence will
PoRLT.AN D . CREtrON.
with hardly any intemission. night hunted us for two days, and she had Iwus afraid to face the lieht.
n 'i â l v
membrane, whether animal orveget- ' be Paris, which will also be a
Lest you should see that I loved you. dear.
or day. up to the final moment a business look on as she spoke. TV e
ablo, they will interchange, the weak reserve and store depot for thé
FOREST GROVE ! !
1 lie cost did not all consist in time, are not so
durned smart’ as we You drew my arm against your heart.
er liquid passing more rapidly than j fortress nearer the frontier. As far
r n’ AKI MA REEF. EAT AS B E T T E R
the job were.”
n d money,
So close I could feel it heating near:
the denser one, and this will be kept as the plans for this complex of
FOREST GROVE LODGE NO. 13G,
M tt.... Pork. Veal Fish, h- th fn -h
You were brave en.uudi for a lover’s part —
indireii*t!v the m e an s of creating'
up until the liquid on both sides of fortressess are hitherto settled a
| and -silt. Fruit. Fifur and Game, const mfly
You ware so sure that I loved you, dear.
X. O , G r. T ,
irst in 11-llt'tlge-l l o l . b whieh the
the membrane is of equal density. strategical barrier of first class will be
THE CHARGES AGAINST WILLIAMS.
e t vei n a -1, a u ilist i: i
\ T K K T S \T ITS H A L L E M EV S A I
But. though your face was so close to mine ! A ripe tomato or plum may be con set up over against the very strongly
I V i E R D A Y .A. nin- ut
..VI... k. Al
That you touched my cheek with your
ne» cl* c m-t - I t o exist
sidered in the condition of the bladder fortified western frontier of Ger^
rimiah-rs of tlm < *r 1 r in quoti sf .ndinq ar-
The following clear and dispas
!.. lv to- last as l o n g a>
l ‘3 . M c D o n a l d
i- the tunnel
of syrup. The rich juices of the fruit many. To achieve this, the central
cnrdn.llv invite 1 to uttetid.
I wouldn't my lijist«. yours resign;
f. ‘ Tli e gr< a te r p ori
the sionate view of the charges against
correspond to the svrup, and the Meuse fortresses—Sedan, Mezieres,
And yet I loved yoll 1 loved you dear.
U g lint 1 to be d o n e tl
ul- Judge Williams appears iu the >•/< -
*. K C H IT E C T A M ) » M L D F .K .
thin membrane which forms the skin Y **ri.u *. and Toul — will be greatly
And all at once you w.-re cold and pule.
most im pelle
strengthened and surrounded with
rame ilu I "a tun long known to be the
FRANK L. STOTT.
B. eau.i you t!- »v.^lit that 1 did not care:- of the fruit represents the bladder.
cached and the
W hen tin* ripe fruit is kept constantly detached forts so as to fbrttl 0h«4
I erh d a little behind my veil
▼ V I T - T . F E M V IS U PT A N S AND SI EC-
A t t o r ii c y - a t - I- » v. -
much more rapid, soundest and ablest political paper
But that was because 1 loved you. dear.
wet with water by a rain, osmose takes huge intrenched camp. Southward
of 11 df-scri]
heavy contrai t vs on this coast and perhaps second to
Belfort and probably
tri. lion, of
and the water passing through Laugres,
ini.i.<tv>no. ani: >> s
And so you thought 't was a drop of rain
job, id lev. • 'ailed none iu the American 1 nion.
this line of d«A
Office in new Court II
That splashed your hand? But ’twus n 1 into the fruit distends the skin,
which not being very strong is soon
liinls the view held by some of the
For tln n you said you’d never again
ruptured. I f the fruit were to be ANOTHER GIGANTIC INTRENCHED CAME,
>\. li. s \ V L Ò R , 31.
Ask me to say that l loved you, dear.
n :.rly ti . e iu',h s Oregon papers that Williams was
surrounded by a liquid denser than
The space between Toul and Lkn-
Physician and Surgeo.i.
tin longest rail- inllueneed to remove the District Well! 1 will I- 11. if you'll listen now,
its juices, it would instead of expand gres is only about fifty miles broad,
u . 1 :1. ■ iea. It lias Attorney by our unscrupulous and
1 thou hi of th<* words you said last year; ing and breaking, shrink, and the
FOREST GROVE. - - - - OP.EGON
and is throughout so much cut ujj
How w,* girls w> *■ n't coy . uouitli. and how
v, ' i' sd 2,<H»0,<)Ü0. political mountebank Senator.
skin become shriveled. When straw by water and the western hights of
OEFTCE At tlm Drntr So-re.
Vv s!i mid jo l ;Q tilt not much less
berries or currants are sprinkled Vosges as to be most unfavorable
heart the Atloviiey General is a good
1>. - 111¡’ V , r
.. , 1 „ 1 W
m a li in,bi d m i had been aeei-
IF,YELLING ID RA
with sugar, a svrup i* formed by ground for the operations of a hos*
by kill-d in th- D process of its and honest man, but in this case*the And r was afraid that you ln ld me light,
some of the juice of the fruit, and file army; it therefore requires no
TT , ’0
in imp at my should' r said, "Beware!
T he section of the confidence ho has placed in Mitchel
this being considerably denser than j special fortress defenses.
IE 's i'ist in a woo:ni* mood to-lii-aht."
. I>. SlIATTr.'K.
of whiel it forms a j»arl is I and the Custom House ring of oor-
So 1 won’ In’t say that I loved you, dear. the juices of tin* berries tliev are soon this line of defense will be con
é ^ K v r . R \ l c i i i m n : T \ i : r i : d v k m ..
• I m - i . and extends troin (■ reon nip.ionists has proved his ruin, and
Sli.fttjf K A !vill:n,
ilabbv and shriveled.
► f in } I. >iis ;i»«I <»ii» Si -l« -1,
• t: ♦ r* nt.
structed two great intrenched catnpë
N--t tk -'i_;h 1 thought you the M u "f men.
on tin Connecticut river to the
<•<• i:\* ni Mtiy
il in til* * v «*! ¡’
i ’hi< *' -t of h ro's, leave end rare:
Soi*soils and Chalons, designed
,4 T P > 1: S E Ys \SP t o t ’SS E L <> U s (iruv *.
iwi'-t ei'rner of the Stale.
J. T. S r o T T .
The Flax Crop.
N"! tho'ivli I in v. r shall love a. :in
tlie advance of an enemy
r luth; 1^7:5.
u'M I mi on
! < oniucti.'ijs, East and \\ < sf, to point a moral or adorn a t ile.
Any m in as 1 ¿loved yo i, d. nr.
An e and Marne. Paris
AT LAW .
i . i ikes up a continuous line of load The article proce« Is as follows:
it is to bo hoped that tlie farmers ■will serve as a depot for all thesê
^ 1— O m
Deknm’s Building. First Street,
! oil Boston to Troy on the Hudson,
Late news from Washington indi-
And to-ii’aht, if \"ii were but standing of this valley will make ample prep defensive works, and will itself be
l ‘i IRTI.AND. O llEO O N .
arations for a large flax crop in 1871. protected upon an entirely hew sys
j cates that the romoval ol District
r i M l O S E AYISH1NG T< ) A V A I L T ill.M
n -el ves .if the ÿ w S. ries of ehm.I l-.uks both the property of the State, and
’There is now no doubt of the fact tem. Two projects are under con
\ttornev Gibbs bv Attorney-General
If you'd ask again if 1 lovnl you. dear.
at the •* ¡litrodue.lorv rah , which are •'”,'
the question now m. what shall be Williams has seriously endangered
that tin* flax crop in any and all sea sideration for Paris defences, neither
cent- h s- than they will sell at after tin
sons here will average*, in ¡joint of of which lias been definitely adopted.
the continuation of the latter as Chief
THOMAS H. TONGUE.
tino in. ntiom .ih, lo\v. would do w. lit.. - mi
the deeper chords of grief and sor profit, with the wheat crop. And it
in tli ir ord-. r- to Dr. S.vlor’s Dm,' Si ore f ere nt railroad eompani<*s are light •Tii-tiee, though Grant says lie will
The first proposes to erect
h foia - tip t* ni li < if .1, in il I r\ m\t. All in ih l
ing to got p.>ss(*.- .ion of them, and not withdraw* the iiounnati *u. Licit row, as in these tender lines;
is not s-> exhaust ivo t-> the soil as the
A t t o n m
- a l - ! , a \v ,
FIFTY STRONG FORTS AROUND PARIS,
mii-l I» a> « onipaiiieil hy the cash as th< one of the
T H E DOOR B E T W E E N .
most important <ptes- act of Williams is interpreted as a
wheat crop is. if the flux stubble is
HilL-l.i ro, Wash in poi, County, Or. -on.
tions which the State Legislature di p > ition to assist bad men in I know that it wjs mine own hand that plowed under in the fall. As to foul • At considerable distance from thè
will have to decide this winter, is preventing the punishment ot elec
seed in llie flax crop, this can and Capital. Three of the forts compre
And locked it ’ 'lit I tot w ,w-,v tlm key.
will be obviated, t h an seed will he hended in this schem are already
whether tliev shall be turned ov< r to tion frauds. It is no justification <>i And so the 1 Î*h
W m . fiflc C v ìS A D Y
u new r more be op* n, ,1
traced out, one (N.) at 3Ioulin Sou-*
J o l i l i C o o p e r ,
some one of those companies or kept the Attorney-General to say that the
That stands -
rind v bet wixt \ on and me. furnislud by tlie Oil Company at Sa
another (S.) at Mentrotout, and
lem; and the farmers will consult
under the control of the State, bos District Attorney disobeyed an order,
Though som tmu-s I have fancied fhat T
P E X T /S T A X P .1 E IF E L E U
(N. E.) at 3Iont Avroh.
their own interest, by cleaning their
ton is, of eour-o, intensely interested for the order itself was clearly one
project, derived from
It is sure
in its solution, for her growing trade that should not have been made,
l ’leadiu -, and knocking on the nth- r side, lands of all foul plants.
o l ic it s t h e p a t r o n a g e of t h e
with the West is liable to be great ly i The District Court, at the instance I Mould lint answer for mv heart was sull' n. that any lands which will yield good an old scheme of Napoleon t, has
II n/'k‘ ir//rvalilt'd. ( Iilie♦ * eor.
And mad so cruel by my wounded pride. crops of wheat or oats, will, if prop been worked out by the Engineer*
i of Gibbs and with a full knowledge
affected thereby. S. /•’. Ilalhini.
F O K F .S T G R O V E
nil'.» 1 v
Walnut ami Pine Streets
of ali the circumstances, winch And then* wriv hours when I km It beside it. erly tilled, produce good crops of General Tri »1er, and proposes to
B i u n e k o i : I ’ i u i s i . k m x o
B i'r iT a .
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And there is no doubt but construct two fortress girdles round
Ani "h to d' th for just one Moni from you: llax.
To three gallons of brine strong Williamscould not have had, changed
. all kinds uf
FOREST GROVE LODGE, No. 136,
hemp can be produced Paris, one of which shall take ih thè
enough to boar ail egg, add a quarter ! its rules so as to have a Grand Jury
too milch urge the already existing fortresses, and the
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t of a pound of nice white sugar and ' selected impartially by lot instead of
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For anything that 1 could say or do.
lauds very deep j other constitute a distant belt of
one teaspoon fill of salt-pcter. Boil bv an untrustworthy officer.
E F TS AT ITS H A L L E V E R Y SAT-
them well. works of which the links should be
SADDLES. BRIDLES. W H IPS & Lashes the brine and when it is cold strain change of the rules was an act. with And sometimes idle 'twixt sleep and waiting
urdav evening, at •» o ’clock.
I think tlm door swings back to let you in: All sorts of clean manure should be Curbed,
carefully. Make your butter into in the discretion of the court, and But when I spring to givo eager welcome,
meinhers of the < »nier in yood standing are
• j- R. piiiring promptly aW.'iided to.
spread over the llax lands this winter,
rordiallv invited to attend.
iiirt;2m rolls, and wrap each roll separately the order of the Attorney-General
1 only meet the ghost of What lias Been.
and well mixed with the soil next Moulin and Rambouillet. This pro
in a elf an, w hite muslin cloth, tying
And often in mv sleep my heart is asking, spring,
twelve inches plowing in ject, is not likely to be realized, as it
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ap with a string. Back a large jar rescind the new rules appears to be,
" Wlmi-e is tlie kev? Alas! where is the depth in the fall, and six inches in would l>e enormously
full, weigh the butter down, and and seems to have, been intended to
the spring, and thorough harrowing,
; Lte, an at template reprove the court An-1 I arise and vainly try to open
. M EKI IN D S E V E R Y T E E S P A Y
The closed door that is’’twi\t you ami mo. will insure a good crop of flax or
T his will keep really good ; and to so intimidate the officers con
ì ei.ning at TJ^oVIm-k in Odd Li R N E R A 1» 31 L I U 1 1 A N D I S H , merged.
wheat. The farmers should bear in 1 absolutely adopted, and it may be
butter perfectly sweet and fresh for a cerned as to shield Mitchell’s friends
m. -- Fellows’ Hall. Members of the
O nce a careless man went to tlie mind, that the price of flax seed is ; looked upon as a certainty that the
C O R N E L IU S , O R E G O N .
Order in good standing are nvited to at
whole year, in summer, when the I from trial. It was a direct dictation
fixed before hand, that it insure mou- intrenched camps at Soissons and
tend. l>y order of
heat will not admit of butter being to the court as to how it should ex cellar ami stuck the c a n d le in wlrnt
and that no middlemen are nib Chalons will also be constructed
All Linds o f Produce hmnjld and sold.
ercise its discretion. It Gibbs bad ho thought was a keg of black sand.
n!4:ly made into rolls, pack closely in
at the profits. The Oil Com with all possible dispatch.
small jars, and using the samo made the motion, Judge Deady would He sat near it drinking wine.
1 IO L B K O O K
of Salem can extend the
brine, allow it to cover the butter to not have been bound to grant it. candle burned low. Nearer it gotto
In Wisconsin n man reported that
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of oil, just to the extent
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! the black sand; nearer and nearer,
j the depth of at least four inches, He would probably have regarded it
couldn’t find a word in the diction
of the supply of flaxseed they receive.
F O R E S T G R O Y E , O R E G ON . Meets
lhis excludes the air and answers in its true light, as an unwarantable until the b-l-a-z-e reached the black
because the blasted book hadn’t
R. W A L K E R ’S STORE. P E R S O N S
r ' ^ Satfirday before the Full Moon in
interference with the judicial discre sand, and as it was nothing but black This is one of many of the home en- got an index.
• wishing anything in thiR line will do
Brethren in good
terprises among us that should be
tion, and would have done as Coke. sand, nothing happened.
I well to call before buying elsewhere. suggested.—
ding are invited to attend.
Fruit T re e s for S a le .
S . H u g h e s,
TJew M e a t M a rk e t !
W A SH IN G TO N
Th<‘ Old Man’s Dream.