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OREGON CITY, OREGON, FRIDAY, MAY 6, 1898.
ELEVATE THAT MUZZLE, PORTER, ELEVATE THAT MUZZLE !
In SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS at
the PIONEER STORE of
CHAHMAN & SON
A full line of
Boots and Shoes,
Dr. A. A. Barr
Have Your Eyes Examined
The Geiuania Market.
Is the cheapest place
to buy t t
FIRST-CLASS FRESH MEATS
Seventh Street, Near Depot, Oregon City.
F. J. OlSTKRHOLTZ, Props. t t t
OIL CLOTHS, UNOj-EUM, SHADES
J. G. MACK & CO.
88 Third Street - Portland, Oregon
Life insurance lifts mortgages.
Life insurance oHuca es orphan".
rw i i , i snM rra
Life insurarce preserves the family.
Life insurance builds a barrier to the almshouse.
Life insurance enables a man to live up to his income.
Life insurance supports the credit of th business man.
Life insurance lays the foundations of home and independence.
Lifc insurance encourages the marriage of prudent men and women.
Life insurance keeps embarrassed estates out of the receivers' hands.
INSURE IN -A GOOD . COMPANY
THERE ARE N5NE BETTER THAN
THE MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
of Springlield, Massachusetts.
Should be kept out in the fresh air
as much as possible. It frets them
tn he ki pt continually indoors. No
excuse for not supplying baby with
a new BABY CARRIAGE when
the prices are so low and we give you
all the time you want in which to
pay for them.
Baby Carriages are
BELLOriY & BUSCH
Hie Hnusefurnlsliers, '
OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE
Scientific Optician, formerly
of Minneapolis, has charge of
the Optical Department for
A. N. WRIGHT, the Iowa
Jeweler, 293 Morrison St.,
in the city
t 1 t
"We are the best political mudslinger in this
A mass convention of the middle-of-the-roaders
was held at Pope's hall on Wednesday. The
following 13 persons, and one other whose name
we could imtgei, were present: A. J. Kellogg
Jos Suler, V. H. Kins?, 0 M. B. Jones, Chas
Mornn. W. F. Kirk, Matt Kandle.J. I.. MoCord,
B. W. King, 0. W. Lacroy, J. 0. Scott, Mr.
Parrlsh and J. 8. Davis.
Chas. Moran was chairman and F. H. Kins
l)r. Hill of Albany, candidate on middle-of-road
ticket lor congressman, was present, and
addressed the meeting, urging that a full county
ticket he nominated if for no other purpose than
to defeat the union ticket. called the popu
lists, democrat-' and silver republicans torries and
abused them for uniting
The platform as printed was liitradueed by A.
J. Kellogn and adopted.
The meeting then proceeded to nominate a
full ticket as fo'lows:
Senator Chas. Moran, uf Ely,
Representatives i.eo. Ogle, union candidate;
W K. Kirk, of Heaver Creek; K. K. Foster, of
8 criff-A. J. Kellogg, of Oregon City.
Clerk G. E Spciioe, of Clackamas.
Kecorder A. i.oullen, union candidate.
Assessor-!!. B Cosper, of Clarkes.
Surveyor To be filled.
Treasurer Jacob Bha
Commissioner James Poe, of Boring.
Judge W. W. Myers, un'on oaiididute.
Coroner-To be ttlle.i.
Joint Senator To be filled.
Chas. Moran was eboseu as chairman and A. J
Ke logg as Secretary of central committee. The
other lnciubeis named are; M. A. Kandle, of
Highland: Joe Suter, of Eagle Creek; W. F. Kirk,
A collection of ?2.50 was taken up to pay for use
of hall, after which an unfruitful attempt was
made to collect money to send a 1001) copies of
the Portland Commoner, as an organ, to the
voters of this connty. Mr. Kellnirg then stated
that it was unnecessary on art of the meeting
to pay lor sending extra copies of Commoner to
voters as Joe oimou would gladly and had
signified a willingness to do same free of charge
and thought that he should be permitted to do so
as the middU-of-the roaders were me.e y assisting
the republicans anyway.
Believing that fusion Is Ill-advised, Is not honest
his been concolv rd in selfishness, has
lived the life of a wanton and will die utiiion st, I
a sure means for our destruction as a political
organization; we therefore place the seal of our
condeiniistlon upon It, we deem it (In this state)
as the work of Butler. Towne and Jones through
the agency of Pennoyer and hUconsplrators and
will have none of it. Therefore be it
Rei-olved.by the peoples patyof Clackamas
county in mass convention assembled.
1st. Thnt we renew our allegiance to the
priiiciplesdcartolhe hertsof all true reformers,
as si t forth In llieOmah platform land, finance
and 'transportation, alo the initation and referei.
dunVand Imperative mandate;
That we are willing Pi sacreftce men and
offices, but principles never.
Sd. We applaud the acts of the 29 patriots, who
refused to be swallowed, liolipd Ike stole conven
and "given to true populists of Oregon an op
portunity to vote consistent with tie Ir political
We condem the rollcyofthe present county
court In its wanton wnste o county funds, also
the board of t (innliziii leu for its cowardly sub"
mission to the eorpomrb im .
Vntil we can carry the principles of populism
In with the officers, we care nothing for the
We r In fnvir of strictest eeomony 111 the
conduct of all the affairs of the county; and we
I believe li st no county officer should be entitled
to more remuneration than the same ability in
any other capacity.
We reitard It as the acceptance of bribe, when
II)' officers elected by the people accepts a free
pass from any railrtad or other transportation
We join with the millions of other loyal and
patriotic American In their just indignation
since the present administration has uteri y
failed to biing forth its much heralded pro pert y
it has ihowu lt tender regard for Spanish bond
holders and Its indifferent attitude toward the
I Wli'l the r'd are o 'il l of wrV- p- Itii
politician we believe In putting nothing but
populists In fcuard.
R solved, That It is the sense of this conven"
tion that the endorsement of all true populists
who are now candidates before the people of
Clackamas county Is the wisest most honorable
course to pursue and instead of widening the
gap It will have a tendency to unite the pop
ulists of the county and bring us into line fo'r the
campaign of 1900,
- A. J. K em oao, Geo. W, Lacboy,
0. M. B. Jom.i, Jas. Scteh,
W. F. Kirk, Committee. "
The weather continues warm and windy, roads
dusty and crops growing nicely.
farmers that are still holding thetr wheat are
well pleased with the price wrestling around the
dollar .nark. Hut those still holding murphies are
looking ilown their smellers i.ver the prospect of j
The dirt side walk in front of Hank 8chatjhas
been repaired and a new fence put along the
John Moser has flred his slashing.
Melnt Peters bus raised another barn.
Rev, Keiclile is having some breaking done.
Plowing potato cronnd seems to be oocupylng
the farmers time at present.
The Oswego butcher has begun milking trips
through our secti m of the grass with his wagon
(irauge at Frog Pond last Saturday was a grand
sueeess. Two class"! were iustruote 1 in the secret-
of the order, a royal dinner was had, literary
program that was immense and other tilings to
mske the day pleasant.
Cspt. Ha yea Is putting In the most potatoes of
Mav 2. 1
Juke kebab! has been hullding a new board
fence on his line next to J. P. tinges.
The reals are being Improved by Boss Baker
and several of the boys.
1). F. Weddle Is the proud papa of another hoy.
It whs born 111 li Inst.; papa and son doing as
well as can be expected.
Larson, Haves and Baker hve sold 700 sacks of
spuds forVO (wnts per bushel dell ereil on board
cars at Oswego, sacks and twine furnished by the
Frederlok .Taster Is clearing a piece of bottom
land on John Aden's property.
J..hn -cliiewe is on the jury st Oregon City.
John Gage Is clearing' up a piece for potatoes
near his house.
Miss Annie Welssenborn la home from Port,
land where she has been working for some time
Miss Ann e Intends startln for Kai sas in a lew
das to visit her sister, Mrs. Purr.
Miss Fannie Weld, one of the sweet Ms of Jef.
fir on, is slayiug with her sister, Mrs. Weddle,
Eil Carpenter hat departed for tbe bunch grass
country to seek his fortune.
Miss Fannie Weld is on the sick list.
John Helhuck of Portland, came out on his
wheel Hiindav. He reports the roads too rough
yet for much pleasure
The dance at Larson's Saturday night was not
pronounced a success Too much political fire
water being Indulged In by some of the boys.
April m. X.ENUIHY,
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AnotherKreat discovery has been made,
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W. 0. Ilamnirk & Co., ol Shelby. N. (.'.
Trial bodies free a1 Uharin m A (Jo's Drug
Store. Heifiilnr size Mj and 1 . livery
NO CURE-NO PAY.
That Is the way all druggists sell GROVE'S
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and Kever. It is simply iron slid quinine In are
astelesa form, (jhlldien lov It. Annus prefer
at a bnter, niiealliig t on es. Price Me. For
si bi C. i. H'iMile I'l-nvilat.
neck of the woods."
War feems to be tti chief ooliverHH
tion at the present time, while county
politics are of minor importance, fthn
tvnr interest continues until June, it will
be the cause of an honest election.
Hurry Spencer left last week for Idaho.
Samuel Famt will soon erect a dwell
tnu house on the property which he has
Mr. Freeman will soon move into
his new dwelling, which is nearly com
A company of volunteers will soon be
orifiini.ml at this pi ice.
The-Uanomah dhoo-Ip in umwul have
been makiint liberal donations t wtrd
errctinira literary had Tli-i uti lertaki ig
is an Important improvement and should
be carried on with sncceas.
Lord Foppinyton declares his intention
of mukiiiK this place his home.
Hood's Pills act easily on the liver and
boeN. Cure sick head ache.
largest and Best Stock of...
I LOW PRICES
Oregon City Enterprise
Royal niaka the food par,
wholesome and delicious.
novsi sskimo sownsa co nrw youk.
and Taylor Sts.,
...In the Northwest