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Oregon City Enterprise.
y"l"AY, FKimUAHY VI, W1.
OIlKuON CITY IIOAIMI ' or TKADK.
Mtoum ('unit Miiiia.inii HmwiiiI Mniiday In
' hiuumii Vlallim wli (i.
r. K. iHiNAI.UHiiN, JUIU KY K CKUHH.
UANIIY IHIAKII or THAIl'
"t Kiiliilm lUM.rmilif.nn lrt n,
HUM Prlilajr uf ch inoii l h . Vlnltuu wuIcipmio.
r W. J, 0 a B M I m iw jjIfB. Wm.Knmimt, Trio.
MI'l.TNoMAII UHMIK, NO. I, A, K A A. M,
HnM Ha ri'ifiilar o.nnmmili'.Mniii on flrat
llilnl Natiirilitya ul ih mnnth at 7 SO t. N.
llnlhruu IukihhI tanultiiii nra liivtlmllo KtlniHl.
J, f AI'I'KHHON, W. M.
T, r. llYAN.Hwrelnry.
OKKUON I.dl'UH, No. I, I.O.O. r.
Miwu vry ThuraiUr n.i al 7 K) o'clock
r. n. In Iho (Mil Knllowa' lull, MhIii Cmit.
Member, nl the ()nl,.ritre lnllil lu Miami,
II y Oitler ul W A. Wnllrtmi, N 0.
Tim., Hyan, Hecrelnry,
rAI.I.M KM'AMI'MKNT, No. 4, I, 0 O. K,
MeeL Aral anil thlnt TmLy.of e.ch month,
ttxlil Ki'llnwa li.ill. Meinlwn ami vUUIiik
patrlnrrha, oinUll)f luvll.nl m tii-inl.
L. K. Jnn, 4, W. (HloNNItll,,
Hcrll. t'hlnl I'Mrlnrch.
ohw'koo I.U1.HK, no , l, o, (i. r
Meeu at (i. lit follow') hall, Oattenn, every
Hatitnlay wiling. I V I 1 1 1 itaf breihrvu mailt)
rli'iiliio. U, W. I'KOHHKU, N.U.
J. K, Hll.Y, Hcfl.
MICA UK l-OHT. No . O A. It,, MCPAH TMKNT
Meet, flrat Motility l emh mnnth, at K. nl
t Hall. Oreguu City. Vlalllni oiiiiirmliia nmilo
OILMAN PAMKKK, tjominatulf r
UKN. I'KOOK I'UHT, No. W (I. A. K , I'rpart
meiit ot Oregon.
Meet. In arhoul liiitia m Needy nn Aral Ht
tirilny In each month at 'i o'clock p. in. All
oontr.ile. mailt wclconto o, II. ItvtAhti,
Vn 1 iioMi .i.d, Ailjl. l omiiiaiiilar.
TKVli'l.K Nil. I. OIlKoiiN CITY 1'ATHIAH
CIIAL Cllll l.K,
Ween aii'on.l and loiirth TiicIy evening.
l ?,au at KhlghU ul t'ythiM hall
J. I'MAaH. Or. He.
T. IA iwtbb. riorremry,
AN I'll Kit IH KK It MilnlK. No. , Hl'NH or
Meet. ery Hominy at 1 n'rlixk p. m. at
TkiiUUV. 1111. Kuan (1ahij,, Pre..
Ainaar Hhiiximi. tlrti'y
TI'AUTIN UKAKIII!, NO. Ill, J, ol II.
Meet, laal Halonlay ol ch month at their
ball In Wllw.nvlllti. H. B. llanay,
Mim Iikiia Hiuttr, Ki-r'y. Mimter.
WAHNKH UKANUR, No. 117. V. ol II.
Meet (north Hatufilay nl arh month, at their
ball lu Now r.ra. i. l aat t, MaaiKr
f. C. Mail.liH'k. H'
IIL'TTK CHKKK OKANUK. Nn. Hi, P. ol It.
Mmita at thrtr hall In Uarnnani, aKmnd Hal.
nrilay In i'h month at lit a. in. Vlltln
J. K JAI K, J.R.WIIITK,
MOLAI.I.A UKANtiR. NO. 40, P. nl II.
Mwta at thulr hall at W'rlihl'a Itrldim on tha
ronil Halonlay nl arh laoiilh at 10 a. in
Pvlltiw tnrmhvra mailt wnliiona.
Hai a V) amiiT, Matr.
K II lua-oi u Hfo.
UAVKL LttnuK. NO. M, A O. U. W
Mwtaavory Thnrxlay rrvnlni al Knliht'a
ball, tanlir. Vlillllij hrnthora mailti orlioma.
W. M. tHlAKK, W, M.
W Omikhi.c. Kmwirilitr.
( LACKAMAH U'lXIK, No. 67, A t). I' W.
Mrrta rt ami thlnl Monday In eni'h mnnth,
at HtraWhl'a Hall VUUIiik hrt'thrrn wi-liiima.
II. H.timaiitt, U l. Jiik.
Htf. M. W
PALUI CITY UIUK or A O V. W.
Mm vry wonil ami ti.iinh Prdlty nven-
rut 'h mnnth In thM Prllowa' l.oll.io
ojimriuui brllirrn rnnllallv Inrltttl to al
Iftul. IH. MTI.k'lNttoN. M W.
ACIIII.I.K IUKiK, NO. mt, K or P.
Morta rvvry rrlilay nlhl al tli K. ol I'.hall.
VlalttiiK Kul.hU in vllr.l
InAAl' Al K RHM AN. ('. I,'.
J. K Hitonaa. K ol it. and 8
HT. JOHN' ItltANCII, No. M7, C. K.ol A.
Mi'fla vvvry 1 urxlay rvcnlui at thvlr hall
rornnr Main and Ti'iitli Hlrri'ta, Orrvon City.
M attjiti H.Mfr'y. T. W. Hv i.ti v A NPrtia
NKW KltA W O T. V.
Mcrt flnl Kalnntny In nai'h mnnth at thrlr
hall In New Kra. Krli'iolio! the oaiiao ar III
Tlti'd to ha prfavnt. Mm. Cahky JoitNaoN,
Maa. K amth a N, I'mMtnii.
CANDY Utl'tlK, NO AM. I O. 0. T.
Mretat'vory Hatimlay vvcnlnn at Knlitht'i hall
Canhy VltUliif mi'inlwra alwaya mada rl
color. WauioN HHANK, W. C. T.
i. J. Cox Moo.
MKADK KKl.tKP COKPS, No. IB. DKPAKT-
MKNT or OHKUON.
Mrt. M M. Charman, Prcalitunt
Mra. r. I.. Ciwhran, Trtiaanror.
Mra. J. B. HarilliiK, - Ht-cretary,
Mrrta on flrat and third frlilayl of raoh
mnnth In K. ol P. Hall. Mrmliari ol Corpa
Inim ahmad. cordially wplromrd.
COLUMBIA HOOK AND LAIlHKK CO.
Mcru flrat rrlilay nl iaoh month al
rountaln niilne honaa. Cha. Athkv, 1'rra,
C M. Ptixow, Huo'y. Chai lltTiKB,'rm
rol'NTAIN IIOBK CO., No 1
HcKnlar martini, aerouil Wfdnraday In aarb
moiilh at aiiKlna n"". raat aide Main itreet,
bt'twwn Hrvrhlli anil Klxhth.
I. AtKHKMAN.Noo'y. I (UrniNaa, Prut
Kn. Nkwtiin, rnruiiian.
CATARACT HOHK CO. No. 5,
Mi'iHaii'i'oml Tnnailay ol tiai'h month at Cut
tract Knitliia hiinao, W II. Ilowm.i,, Proa
O, H. iiaaTiiw, Hbo'jt. J. W. O'CoNNKU,. r'ru.
HONS or VKTKKANtl.
K. P Ilaknr Camp, Nn. IK, im'cti averjr flral
ind third Tbnrailay vcnlti( of each mouth
E. K. WllXIAHa, ('apt,
Kol.I.A Wniili lat l.li'Ht.
C. A. ItltaitAN, Jr. 'J.I I. lent
K COMPANY. riHHT KKGIMKNT, 0. N. .
Armory, Third anil Main, Mnnnlar drill uliiht,
Monday. Kt-milar bnaluoaa niDDtltiK, flrat
Moudny ol each month.
n mo ina,
K I. Warron, Captain
J. W.lanonj. - - Pint Lieutenant
T. P. HandHM. Biyoinl Mpiittumnt
FIH8T C0N0UK0ATIONAL Cllimcil.-RKV.
O. W. Lm'A, Paalor. Hervlcoa at 11 A. M. and
7:80 r at. Hnnday HoIkhiI alter morning aur
Tloo. Piayar mertlnx Wednosiiay avi'iung at
T:Wln,oliMtk, Prayer nioetlnn ol Youin People.a
Honlcty nl Chrlatlan Kmitiavor every Hnuday
ventUK at 9;W prampt.
FIKHT RAPTIHT CIUTROH.-Rltv. 0II.MAH
Park KB Paator Morning Hervlee at llHomlny
Hohoolat W-ir EvenliiK Her vice :HU; Ki'Kiilur
prayer meeting Wedneaday evening. Monthly
Covenant Meeting every Wedneaday evening
nronedlng the Arat Holiday lu the mouth. A
Oorulal invitation to all.
ST. JOHN'8 !Hl!KCH,CATHOLI0.-Rv. A.
Him.khkand, Paator. On Hunday maaaat 8 and
10:110 a. at. Kvery aeoond and lonrtli Sunday
German aermou after the 8 o'olook niaaa.
At all other maaaei Ktigllah aermona. Sunday
Bi'hool at r. m. Veapera, apnlogetlcHl
ulijoota, and Henedlntlon at 7:80 p. h.
MKTHOIIHT KP1SCOPAL CHl!RCII.-Ritv
Kiiw. OHTKN8, Paator. Morning mrviee at 11;
Sunday Hohoolat lU:lft; Kvenlngaervlne at 7:80.
Kpworth Leajiue meeting Hntulay evening at
A:!J; Prayor Mnetlng Thuraday evening at 6:80.
trnngrra cnnllnlly Invited.
FIHHT PKKHIIYTEKIAN OHURCIL-Rkv. fl.
W.Oibony, Paator. Hervleea at U A. M. and
7.80 r. at. Habbath Holiool at 10 a. m. Young
People'a gnolety ol Chrlatlan Kndeavnr ineeta
every Hiindny evening at (1:80. Wedneaday
evening prayer meeting at 7:80, BoaUfree,
EVANOII.ICALCIIt'UCH Reverend At'orsT
Eknht, ol the Kvangoll(l Aaanelatlon, will hold
aervlnoa every alternate Hundiiyat 11 A. M
nthor Sunday at 7:80 P. M. Prayer Meeting
every Wedneaday evening at 7:80. German
Sabbath aohool every Sunday at 10 A.M.
UNITED 1IKKTIIRKN CIU!RCH.-Rcv. R.
Mii.i.kb, paator. Servioea flrat aud third Sunday
In each mnnth at Oregon City, at 11 a. m. 7 p.m.
aeoond Sunday at Mountain Home at 11 a. ra.i
fourth Sunday at Harmony aohool houae at U
a.m. Praver meetlnit, Oregon City, Wednesday
evoilng. Sunday loboul, 10 a. m.
THE COUNTY COURT.
THANHACTI'INS OK THE IIKIil LAIt
Niiiitlry Kuiiil Miiltcm Di ult Willi -
Cliiliiia of lh Huiervlnor lint
In tlio iiiiillnr of the Foraytlio rottnty
ruuil the exKiiH account ol $20,10 and
cliiini for (liiinuiici were fllcil. Cii'urg
ItincitrMnii, J. H KUloy mid M, Ontllelil
Uiioliilud to Riniiwi iluinuKit", to intii't
at Turk l'lacg Ftibrtmry 15 at 10 a, in.
Thu ri'K)rt ol the vluwor of duiniiKo"
of tl io TliuiiiMon road and exitiaii uo
count of $8.(10 II I ci I and iiruved and
mad orderod O)nod,
The Mititloii for the I). V. Jainoa road
wan iirantud, John Hhaiinon, C'liarlea
Httmdinuii and William Hydvr apiiolntcd
lo vlow and County Htirvcyor Smith to
aurvt'y nuid roud, to moot at Owun
lliiKlina'a hoiiBe February 1(1 at 10. rn.
The itititlon for the 1'urttow road wait
Ktnntttd and C. C. Williame, A. H. l.aw
ton and Uuuikii Warner aiointod to
vlvw and the county itirvoyor to etirvey
tlie road, to meet at V, 1J. l'artlow'i
February 1ft at 10 . m.
The aiiliratlon of 11 . W. Immortnan
for a road acraiwr and lumber for bridge
in road uiatrlct No. (14 whh granted, A.
MonlH'a aiili-utli'ii for a rrtimr for ilia
trli't No. 65 aa alao allowed.
Head iiiervlor) rrHlKticd and their
auoceaaora were appointed follow:
No. I Hup'r HoalKiiiul. Kup r ApiKiinted.
10 lllalmi Keeley John Hoae
12 T. llrown Henry UHiuey
47 T.W. Matthew J. K. Will
M J. W. Klllntl John 8ylor
( J. M. llovle K. Carter
IB A. V. 1'avla (leorKe Wylatnl
M W.W. KiUpatrirk J. C. llradlt-y
(SI Janiea N. I'oe J. 8. MiH.'onl.
The botindury between road diatrii'ta
No. 21 and w a corrected no as to be
tliua doflned : llt'itinninK at the south
went corner of the Oroiion City claim,
thence eaet alotiK the aotith boundary of
aid claim to a point north ol the quarter-Heel
ion corner on the aonlh boun
dary of auction 31, town 2 south, ranue 2
east, thence soulli to tbe soiHiicaet cor
ner of the north weal qilurtcr of section
(I, same town and rane, thence wtt-t
twenty chains to th line between town
ahlpa 1 and 2, thence as pieviotiely cataU
The petition of K.lgiir Kitcbie et al for
a chnntie lit mad dixlriut No. 7 was de
The eheritr was orih-red to give an ad
ditionnl bond to the state of Oregon of
$.'0,0OO tx'fore entering Uhjii the col
lection of taxes for 1NII1, said liond lo tie
approved by tbe court.
County Surveyor Smyth was ordered
to make Iho necesaary meamiremenU
and submit a plan for a bridge over tbe
south fork of Peep creek on the Ilradley
and Kichey road.
The supervisor of road district No 62
was ordered to procure material and hire
lalior to reconstruct the unsafe) bridge
across Kot:k creek.
In the matter of the petition of GeorKe
HuahuiitT lor license to sell liquor at
1'anhy there were found to be 120 names
on (he petition, of which tbtee were not
covered by the verification. There were
128 names on the remonstrance. On
trial Ave names were stricken from the
petition and nine from, the remon
strance. The petition was granted on
the terms required by law.
It appearing to the court that Silas
Shay is Hgvd and Indigent, being partly
supported by benevolence It waa ordered
that be tie excused from paying taxes
for 1H1H) and that his uncompleted home
stead previously sold (or taxes of 1800
and bid in by the county be released
The date at which the road super
visors are required to have two-thirds of
their road work done waa changed from
April 1 to June 1.
The sniiervisorofYoad district No. 14
waa authorised to buy four stone hum
1 lie clern was ordered to Issue a war
rant in favor of T. Q. Jones In payment
for bridge ordered built in district No. 9.
In tbe matter of the Improvement of
the Kinearson and Milwaukio road at
tbe wasteway it waa ordered that upon
the acceptance of the work by the county
surveyor a warrant for $1042.11 be issued
to W. L. Brown, the contractor.
It. R. Hays and J. R. Markley wore
authorized to muke for the county a pros
ten owner book foruse.ln connection with
the assessment rolls, and the district
attorney was instructed to draw a con
tract In accordance with the proposition
C. Bair for four days and twenty-eight
miles waa allowed $14.80 and Chits.
Moenlike for four days and sixteen miles
The following bills were allowed at the
amounts stnted :
T. N. Lukln, drawing jury end witness $50.10
Witter rent 7.00
E. M. Hartman, pauper expense 8.(!5
Davis A Ambler, bridge expense JW.S8
State vs. Mary Saunders, Insane 10.4S
Htate vs E. B. Clements " 38.33
J. P. Slover, panpor expense 6.00
Miller Bros., road expense 3.02
Sidney Smyth, surveyor's fees 8.00
Thomas Gllibs, juror 10.20
Al. Ford, juror 10.20'
W. Ji. cook, rond expense z.ou
J. C. Bradley, briilgo expense 0.75
llolnian Warner, court house and
pauper expense 26.60
Mayer A Acknrmnn, Jnll and pauper
(leo.Htowell, Held notes, U.S. survey lS.'K)
John l)i i)' en, lumliur , 4.70
DiiuhIuni Bros,, lumber. . . ., , 4.70
A, Brt'iuuer, mail expense .76
Coroner fens, A. Bubble 21.60
Hiale vs. J. If. Wuy 41.06
Htjite vs. Daisy Hurley 30.2S
Htiite vs. Wong Clilng W.-T0
W. W. II. Hsmaoii, shoriirs fee UM
W, II. Young, pauier expense 6.00
I'tqie & Co., supplies ... 10.66
J. W. Noble, assessor's fees 72.00
A. B. lClllolt, roail expense 4.60
W. II. Filialrlck, bridge exwne. . , , 16.2A
J. II. Waver, lumber 21.20
II, II. Johnnou, clurk's fees '2.VI.20
Weatrnll A CleiidrtiniltiK, lumber 4.00
I'orlland Iloapital. paiintr expense. , . 44.26
Oregon City Knterprlse, printing 36.60
Kilwanl Hughes, roud exHiiiae 6.00
K- M. lliiinU, stamps. 17.77
C. N. (Iresiunsn, psiier expenae ... 1.28
K. K, Williams, supplies for ct. houno 4.no
W. T, Whlllock, reoonler's lees 220.00
It.Kcott, rosd evieiiae ,,,,, 2.W)
Htewart A Knight, himler 47.r,6
(ItKirge Knylor, liimlser 6.76
J. It. Kruae, rooil exene 0.6J
In the matter of tbe reports of road
supervisors for tbe year ending February
1, 1802, the following claims were al
) No, Dnvs Ain't
I Dial. SuperviHor. Worked. Allowed.
1....K rlcolt 12 $21.00
6. ...J. C. McMurry 7 12.00
0 II. Biiutlittiipt 12 20.00
H ...hrank Kder 14 2K.00
9....T. J. Jansrnil.. 24 4K.00
10 ... Max Scnllpihs 40 1H.OJ
11 .. C. H. Sweet 2I ... 30.00
12 ...T. Bowen (1 12.00
13 .. Hans rsulaen 1,1 20.00
11... Ci. K. Oglealiy 12 24.00
14 ... J. C. Hpragno 6 10.00
10 ...W. N.liltlicns 16 80.00
17 ... W. L. Holcomb . . . 4 8.00
18 C. A. Holuitroni...21 40.00
21... Enos Calilll 18 3.MK)
22.... T. M. Ung 0 18.00
24... J. W. Armstrong.. 7 14.00
25. ...J. Humphreys. . ... .15 30.00
20 . . Frank Ford 20 30.00
27.... D. D. Mttgone 3 (!.
28. ...T. P. Larson 12 20.00
211... I.. Toedtmeier 7 14.00
SI....W. J. Uwellen.... 7 14.00
32... SntiiuelJohnson ... VA ... 3.00
33 .. Wward Hughes. ...18 30.00
35... 8. K. Shank 4 8.00
30,... Henry Hnyder 6)f.., fl.oO
37 ...W. W. lrv'in 15 30.00
38 ...Geo. Hheer 8 8.00
38.... J. W. Smith bi ... 11.00
4H....lodfrey Moelinko.. ... 17.00
43. .. .8. M. itamsliy W ... 33.00
46 ..John Miller IS 10.00
I.... A. Bremer ... 23 40.00
4t . T. B. Klllln 7 14.00
40 ...T. II. Krone 6 12.00
50 ...A. J. Moore 10-... "9.60
61 ...Chaa. Dougherty... 100 20.00
62.... T. (Inrrett. ...12 34.00
63 .. .I. 8. Scott ....I 9 14.00
64 ...JohiiT. Drake 15 Sj.VG
60.,.. J. W. Douglas 11 22.O0
67.... J. B. Noe 10 20.00
SO.... (1. W. Nicholson . . (1 . . 0.00
to ... 1. M. Boyles "'A ... 13.n0
0l....Vm. Setitt 17 34.00
(12... .11. J. Smith 11 18.00
C.1....A. V. Davis 3 6.00
(16.... W. Wlgans Iti'A ... 10.00
116.. ..J. Kruae . .. 5 10.00
(VI ...AndrewJ.FIt.millerI0 10.00
(W ...W. II. Fitpatrick..l0' ... 14.00
00 ... Will Dean 10 .. 21.00
70 ... Thomas Owens 7 10.00
71... J. E.Long 35 70.00
72 ...Joseph Knight 12 24.00
73... H. Jewell 9 18.00
74 ...J. B. DeardorlT.... 5 10.00
75 ... T. J. Myers 12 18.00
70.. ..Frank Kaiser 15.00
MATTERS IS PROBATE
Orders Hade by the Court In Ceitaiu
Tuesday March 8, 1802, at 10 a. m .
was appointed as the time tor bearing
the final account of John R. Abbott,
administrator uf tbe estate of Isaiah
Abbott., and to bear objections to the
same if any there be. In tbe same
matter tbe claim of the Vermont Marble
company for a tombstone erected over
the prave of Isaiah Abbott In the
cemetery at Canby waa allowed.
In the inattor of the estate of Samuel
J. Oakley, who died leaving an estate
valued at $0000 and in a will naming
Ttbitha Sylas, a non-residont of Oregon,
to be executor, with tbe approval of
the executrix (who is also the beneficiary
of the will)Reuben Wright waa appointed
admlnistrator-with-will-annexed and re
quired to give bond in tbe sum of $12,000.
Henry Dubois, M. J. Snyder and
Samuel Roney were appointed to ap
praise the estate of Oscar Oloson, iiiBane,
of whom W. E. Car II had been appointed
guardian. The guardian was authorized
to sell the personal property of Oscar
Oleson at private sale for cosh.
The fifth annual report of the guardian
of James, Reuben and Ruth, minor heirs
of Georgo Wise was filed, showing for
James receipts amounting to $1)2.48 and
expenses $16.83 j for" Rebecca receipts
$02.37 and expenses $106.85; and for
Ruth receipts $03.37 and expenses $104.
30. The report was ordered on file.
In tbe matter of the estate of Jemima
Cappa who died intestate January 6,
leaving nn estate valued at $1000, on
petion of heirs II. E, Cross waa appoint
ed administrator and ordered to give
bond in the sum of $2000, and 0. A.
Wade, William Lewthwaite and P.
Deshields appointed to appraise the
estate. Upon personal application of the
administrator it was ordered that he be
allowed to sell the personal property be
longing to the estate at public auction
to the highest bidder or at private sale
a If may deem for the best Interest of
J. M. Swair.ird, R. W. Alden and J.
W, (jonfer were appointed apprsisors of
the ititateof (leorge Way, a minor.
Atthe quarterly examination of teach
ers Ifgun at the court house lust Wed
nesiljty the following applicants weie
present! Willard Anstin, M. B.
Anderson, Chuncey Ha-ney, W. J.
Beatta, Myrtle Breilhanpt, John Collutt,
A. talles, Mary Chalfey, John Puff",
Katty Feathers, Chas. Gray, R. W.
llagjod, Adda Herrick, Laura Hull,
(Jraip Holmes, Madge Hill, Anna Hic
inbojhem, Win. Hankins, Laura John
son, )ulsy i,ee,Adda Ie, W. A. Matbe-
m, Anna McDonald, Adda McLaughlin,
N. p. McIIiirgiie, Ana McLaughlin,
Anns MiimpowHr, J. R. Nelson, II .
Overton, W. E Payne, Matilda Reed,
Am Reed, Chas. Rutherford, Belle
itown, W. H. Phelps, George Swope,
Flow Hculy, Ma Starkweather, Maude
Salisbury, (J, W. Stricklin, Ernest Skir
vin; F.mma Storts, W. A. Shaver, Katie
ThojntiHon, Jessie Foley, Mattie Wagner,
Jank'B Wise, Gusta Ward.
hijme applicants hold valid certificates
but are trying to raise their grade.
The Weather Signals.
With a little poetic license in the use
of English it will be found quite easy to
reiietuher tbe significance of tbe vari
ous signals displayed on the Entkr-i-kikk
building by keeping in mind the
White (or clear) flag, clear weather.
Blue flag, wet (or blue) weather.
Half white and half blue, local rain or
anew ; that is, tbe " blue " weather will
not be general but only in our part.
Triangular flag alwaya means temper
ature and if at tbe top it means rising
temperature, if at the bottom falling
White with block center, frost.
Canhy, Oregon, Feb. 8 Owing to the
ureal distance from my borne to Barlow.
I will not be able to carry on mv busi
ness of blacksmithing any longer at
that place hut will do business in Canby,
where I will be prepared to do all kinds
of blacksmithing and wagonmaking on
slsrt notice, for tbe customary prices of
tbe country. All work as good as the
best, and fair dealing with all . Under
no circumstance will I cut prices, for
prices are already low enough. There
is a trood opening for a blacksmith at
Bat-low, for I will either rent or sell mv
(intMhop ki that place. Joiih Zbik.
Republican Central Committee Meetln g.
There will be a meeting of tbe re
publican notinty central committee of
Clackamas county, Oregon, at the court
house in Oregon City on Wednesday,
February 24 at 1 o'chxjk, p. m., to
issue a call for a county convention and
transact such other business as may
come before it.
E. M. Hands, H.E.Cross,
Roll of Honor.
Those pupils who were neither absent
nor tardy during the month ot January
in the Milwaukie school are: Bertie
Scott, Hattie Lehman, Lena Keil, Percy
Harlow, Delia Mullam, Emma Abegg.
MyrtieCurrin, Arthur Abegg and Hulda
Birkenieier. Eloika Mi llem,
Molalla Band Entertainment-
Tbe Molalla Band will give another
entertainment at the school house on
Friday evening Feb. 2tith, consisting of
a drama, "Nevada or The Lost Mine"
in three acts, also two farces, "A Little
More Cider and Thirty Miuutes For Re
freshments" with orchestra and band
music. Admission 25 and 15 cents. 2t
A good farm near Cams known as the
Farrblacej contains 154, acres, 29 of
good tillage land, 25 inclosed and seeded
pasture, well watered. Fine orchard,
and garden of small fruits. New barn,
root house and well.
Price reasonable, one-third cash
balance on long time. Apply to owner,
A. O. Havward.
The following is the list of letters remani
ng in the post olllce at Oregon City, Oregon,
February 12, 18M:
Brady, Tom Hoover, Wra
Clark, T. A. Robeson, Mary E. 2
Couloy, Mrs. Mary Young. Frank
Dix, Miss Dilla
If called for, please sav when advertised.
E. M. RANDS, P. M.
With a bottle of Ayer's Cheiry Pecto
ral in the house, you have an effective
remedy for all sudden attacks of throal
and lung troubles. An hour's delay
may lead to serious consequences. No
household should be without tliis won
For the next few months yon can get
upholstering at greatly reduced rates at
Holrnan & Warner's. Call and you will
learn why we are doing the work for bo
Look out for the "Punkinville Deestrict
Legal blanks at the' Enterprise office.
TWTr-o. CS- "W, KICri,
Decorative Needle Work Supplies.
Commercial Bank Block, opp.
Seeds, Trees. Fertilizers, Poultry
and Bee Supplies,
Spraying Materials, Etc., Etc.
No. 171 Second Street, PORTLAND, OREGON.
Oregon City Sash and Door Co.
Carry the Largest Stock of
Sash, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Etc.
In Oregon City.
Special sizes of Doors and Windows made to order. Turning of all kinds
Estimates for Stair Work and Store Fronts
Furnished on application. Builders, give us a call, and see if our work
is not of the best, and our prices as low as the lowest Price List sent
Factory, Cor. Main and Uth Sta., Oregon City.
MANUFACTURER OF ALL KINDS OF
FIR AND HARDWOOD LUMBER.
FULL STOCK OF FLOORING, CEILING, RUSTIC AND FINISH
ING LUMBER, DIMENSION STUFF AND LATH.
Mill and Yard on the River, Foot of Main Street,
OREGON CITY. OR.
17 lbs. D. G. Sugar $1.00
18 to 20 lbs. Brown Sugar 1 00
100 lbs. D. G. Sugar 5.65
100 lbs. Brn. Sug. 4.40 to 4.65
Arbuckles Coffee 25
Brownsville Clothing, Flannels, Etc.
HAMILTON & ALLEN, Clackamas, Oregon.
The building now occupied by the Oregon
City Iron Works, together with the Engine,
Boiler and Line Shafting. This is a good
chance for a small manufacturing plant.
' Apply at office of
j. r6ake & co.
Furniture, Bedding, Stoves, Tinware,
USTOTIOITS, ETC., ETC.
Second Hand Household Goods
Of all kinds, Bought and Sold.
CHEAPEST HOUSE IN OREGON CITY.
Opposite the Post Office.
GIVEN TO STAMPING.
Post Office, OREGON CITY, OR.
Cut to OrdeM