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Oregon City Enterprise.
l'lUIUY, Al'ltll. 2.1. isirj,
THE niHTIT (Ol ltT.
lli-irt or llic (iiHuil .t hi jr nml Other
t'llim amlt'uitia v Marion JuIiihm.ii,
lVfi'inliinl'i ili-iiiiiirnr to I'oiiijilnliit yvir
rnli'il Mini uiltMM'iit kIvii uMiiiimt the
ilcfcii'leiil for 1IVI Kl and nmti Mini ills
hilismnenla, 111 till' llllltlt'r d( Ilia assignee III Belli-
ley A ( tu i'lx'11. Aimltiiii'u filed ri'fKjrt
llOWlll -ID a-fi percent tilt Mil llUlilllS llSl
Ix'vn mlil mil that the natute wmi (ully
Settled, miiiI tin wua discharged.
Tlio Cumine rolal lUnk ul Oii'uoii City
v Ma riu 11 ni 1'iiiinlo 11 11 m. lh.
lliurrer lo i'iiitiiiiiil nvumiWl mih) Judg
ment entered lor the urn of )HHi2 ft
Mini the IntiiriHit n( the iliftiiiilnU In the
fully riilllii I) I, C m.i.I the Marlon
I'lillllpa I) I. V, was ordnruj moi lo sat
isfy 1 1 in jiidtiiiieiil Mini iiasls,
Kdward T Jennings vs Addie 0 Jen
nings and J, C. Alnsworlli.
Julius l.ogi v. K. Ilutwiti, unit to
miidt tl'.le tu real ea'ale. Verdict (or
Mayer A Ai korman v ltnolittl Bacon
lull oil liiHk account. Verdict lor tlia
In tlia Seventh stiwt Injunction turn
there was Mn agreement lo rvlor (i Court
ltoHirlir ('list lea Kunyan who will take
loatliiiony nd report tlm miia lull
court not Inter llisn Octotwr 1. This
ilmiii d the mailer 1111I1I tlml time.
The grand jury mado the (oloni re
We have made deligeiit esamina
ll'in InlD the criminal elfiilrtl ul ht
(Mil nly Mild herewith rctuia fourteen
(run hills Mini live 11 1 t tru lull.
We Imvit visited Mini lnNH-li-J the of
Aces ul tlio nttiritr, clerk, reoonlor Slid
treasurer mikI find tlietu in luir iMtnli
Hon i fur mm wt are nt'lt- lo jttdge from
Ik brief Inspection.
1'roin the trvastirvr rl the follow
fiiK MUlciiii'tit ol the llnancial condition
ul lliu comity s
Total miMamling warrant l''I.MJfi
lulrrrstnh nine ,. li'rAi
Tollll llllllli lillll " . , ,
lh-liii.pieiil Ui i
Total ih'l'l ini-r mtcH . $ Vt
III etaiuiiiiiig lli rxpemlilurea ol the
county for Hi rurtnil year wu tin. I nn
lli'in of (Ml hr hiHilIm uinl ulini'H'it Mini
JC I'll lmll.it lm.' lor UM) Uinlnr tlm
AiiHlmlliili hallot lu. Wn conaiilur till"
an uniici'rMury ra)miiae anil me milmllcil
from linjinry iikJo hy 11 tliut IkkiiIi
mii.I hoxra that oiil. MtiKKnr evtiry nir
Mwe of the Uiw tvuhl Imvu liven niaile In
CUi Kmiiimm vounly lor at lcMt une-tliirl
of the coat ul t licno iurrhaHttl Mlmwil,
Milt) for 1 1 1 tat teiiRon we ceiiauie Una ex
'H. Ilium Ma extraVMaiil.
We viaitej the 40U1I y jnil Mini fomnl
it ill giKxl roiwJiliou Mini well ki'i't Mini
fairly aeiuro hut we reiniiinieml tlml
the wimlowa oil tliH eiietuf lh rella hn
alreliiitlieiietl mm there in a prolmlillit v
thai III lti pr.wnt nmnlitnili it ilililht M'
(old M mertliM li ei'ie.
J. It, Morton, forouiMli, K 8. IVake,
clerk, (iou. V. JIoj Imii, ,lotih Ki-llowa,
Mnt linker, ClnuU ThuinM ami V. M
Tlierti wto three luJIcliui-iilM lonml
hy the giMiul Jun' mkmiiihI (ieoi!e Sua
Imuer (or aelliint intowirHtinii lienor
w ilhoiit liMvili llrenne , TIimh are the
fauioiiM Canly i a'. JnJii'liin'iit No. t
wan tiioil hy a jury, ieo. C. Hruwnell,
attorney for (lWi'inlmit. The verdict w mm
not itnilly. No. 1' whh diBauiiw.nl nfter the
evidence in, (ieo. C. Urownell ami
V. P. Ijiioun'tlc, for JefHuUnt. No. 3
WMM Iricd hy thf jury and M verdict uf nut
Kiill'y renilcied, (leu, 0, HivmiicII and
C. I. I.Bloiiii'tle (or di'feinUat.
A new com puny haa linen formed
nil led the Sunaet Land rouipany , w ith
John J. Cooke a irniJi't They
lniva (ilalti'd the tract Juet ahuve the
MKir riIIIh un the went aide Inlu IuIm,
tlio anme to he called Hunl City.
The Illue River Millinx ami MiminK
ComiHiiy wilt coiiiincnce nitrations kjh
it claim in l.anp county In two or three
week. The (lint thiiiK will he t
(Iriviiim ' " llHI-foot tunnel In on tlat
TIioiiimh ('hnrnmn A Hon have jimt
Hilded Htock of wall iH)ieriind linye put
in a full line of Little lied School llonm
dimes that aru ao pojmliir with the
M. II. Willonxlihy 1 1 us the friuiio up
Hnd uirtly encloHed for a coltaije on
Monroe atreet. Ills mImiiiI Ulx'.'O with
an L the aunio u
At Mian 'iVilkiiiNon'a niillincry purlora
oppnHittf the poHtolllco you cun (jet a hat
or liouiiet trininii'il to order in a atyle
that will plene yon.
Do not lot the grans mow under your
foot nor the jiiomh on your buck but join
in the procoBmVia for Sunset City.
A mull 1m hclng mailt) for lots in Sun
not City. Oct in early and got your
buiinot City Iikb the Uncut brondmde
yiew tlia F11IU.
The city election will occur next Monday.
NAHII-WihKON-At the Itiiptlat par
HiiiniKoKuinliiy iiioiiiIiik April L'l, lHIC,
Ui'V, (iitiiiiiu I'urker ulllciiiliiin, Mr,
i A NmhIimiiiI Mih t'lmllu I Wll
moii, hoth ul Oregon C'lty .
ril'KU llAVION At 1 1 in ConnnuM
Kullniml laineinHyt' , Ori-non City,:
Airil 28. HiL', v, o. w. I.hi'hm olll
clatlnK, K. H, I'lper, of Multnomah
county, and V.. K. Davmon of llila
(iKKIt, At the rcNlili'iictt of her duuidi
tnr, Mr. U. K. ('one near Itutteville,
Thuraduy, April 21. IHlKf, Mrs. J. C.
doer, mki eighty ynara.
The IniincilluU) cauiw of Mra. (Jeer's
death waa a liiukim hip (ruin which a'lo
atiirered alaiul aix weeks, though In ron
iM'iiicncc of her great Mge her health was
fevhlo. Kin) ua the widow of the lute
J. C, (leer a pioneer who cmne acroa
the plains (rum Illinois in 1K52. lie
died In lKhl, They rniaed s Urge limilly,
two uf tlio sons hnlng T. T. liner ol
Marion county, who wmm apcuker of the
lower bonne during the legialMllve
TMMlon, Slid Jotd I'. (Jeer ol Witaoiivlllo,
the preant republican candldato for rep
rnitentallvu from this county, tier
burial wmm in lluttevillu I oat Saturday,
M.N A M A I"a7 At Kt. Vincent's lna
pitsl In IVrllanil Saturday, April 2.1,
lr.', James McNamars, Hgcd eighty
IXi can. il wa an lrUlpnun, a forty
niner and he ieided in Oregon City
many years. About a month ago he he
caino III Mini went (roin his home in this
city lo St. Vincent's hospital where he
could receive projHir treatinent. lie wa
a sergeant In the liritish army in IKW,
when he was stationed with Ida regi
ment si Gibraltar under l-onl Italian.
In the early '.lOs Mr. McN.innira pur
chaMH bis rvtiipiiient (nun the Ilriliah
army, ami cuius with li s wife t the
I'niled Sutea, and, alter many tips and
downs, arrived In Oregon City in Sep
tctnlier, 1K4H. The funeral wrvice was
Mt the Cntholic church lant Monday by
Kcv Fnlher lliltubraiiil.
YOl'NC In Falls View April Ul, lsir.',
Mrs. ti. Young, sged about thirty
Mrs, Young had been ill with typhoid
fever, dr-ipny and a i inupliciition of dis
orders about three inoiitlia. Her bill"
lliaiul Mild two email ibildren survive.
'The funeral wavice wna held Mt the
FmIIs Vie school liouw hint Saturday,
! UcV K. (iiltens of the M, K. church
otlicialiiig, Mini the interiupiit was in
Mountain View ii-ineli ry,
Notice uf I'uhlle t'xMinliiiitiuii.
Notice is hereby given that for the
ptirixme u making an examination uf all
. mum wiin may otter llicinwlvea as
candidttlea for leschers of the schools of
this cnuiily, the county school suerln
temleiil thereof will hold a public exam
iiiution at the court lioune In Oregon
City, Wednesday. May II, 1H2.
Uiil.d this 2ii day of April, 1112.
County School Suier!n!f ttdent of Clucks-
niaa county, Oregon.
Frank Kellogg and lt.iy Fisher, in
dieted for rubbing Fred I'lv'a sale we e
tried Wednerdsy and Tliuradar and
llnally tlm jury detected a latal defect
In the indictment which alleged that the
crime was committed in November lift)?
illhtOH.I ol lHtll, so the cam) was iliHtniBa
cd Mild the prisoners held under the
former bond. The Jury wmm discharged
for the term.
As some jx-oplo have the impression
that the ticket nominated at tlio l'oe's
hall meeting Wcdueadny night takes the
place of the regular Australian ballot
law ticket tliut I ma been issued from the
county clerk's nllU'u it is desired slated
that the Australian hi I lot ticket is
still in the Held. The 1'opu's hail ticket
is an entirely separate all'uir.
Tlio b'.u'liers' asHociation will meet
Frkhtv night in 1'oo'b hull and continue
its seaaion through Saturday. An attrac
tive irogram has been prepared (or the
llolumn A Warner have, a new hearse
ao attractive thnt there is danger the
suicide record will be augmented In
order that more people nmy get a chance
to ride in it.
Italdnesa is often preceded or accom
panied by brayneas of tbo hair To pre
vent both baldness and grayneas, use
Hall's lluir Kctiewer, an honest remedy.
Canio Into my enclosure in Oregon
City nn or about April 11, 18112, a dark
led licifer apparently about two years of
age. The boiler baa been running with
my cows most ol the time for more than
a year. The owner ia reipu'stud to prove
property, pay charires and tnko the
iiuiiiial away. Mas. S. II, Sckkcs.
Il, u.t,.ru .,,., .lilt'., r !i. a I,, tl...
('iunM.1 ol that fni'liiiK of languor and
tnllgiin so iiriiviilent In the siriiig; nut
all agree ss to wlnit is tle liest renitnlv
(or it, namely, Ayer'a SnrsiiiHrilliv ; ft
inakita tlm anak aisoinr. linil ellnctiiiAllv
rntnovni tliut tired fnnltiiK.
TrespnHS nutitva on cloth, lnrgo sine,
seventy'llve cents per dotstm ly r ail at
the Kntkhpiuhk olllce.
Don't pay fabulous prices for niilllnory
nooils when vou can trut all the latest
stvlcB, tiimmiiiua ami elmpea at the
l'ark rlaee Store at 3 the usual price.
New gooila InchitliiiK all the suinnier
staples and novelties are daily arriving
at the I'ark 1'Jace store.
IIF.AI, KHTATK TIUJIHFKKH
Nuiiiiiiiiry uf the lleuls Hied In (lie
Comity Hcriirilitr'i Ofllce,
The real iisintu trtinalcrs lllod for re
cord lust week aggicgiilu $o2,:ll'7 muking
the toliil since January 1, f I'Ki.lXM.
William Stegbaiier end wife to
J August K uuhno I 2(1, 21, b 78,
Minthorn ad to I'ortlund f 2'i0
Clara K Hsndolph and hiiaband j
to Myra I'sliuer it W T Mat
hs k UI.V, H2a. roils l.WX)
U F Mini to Ottlliu I'lieater n.'u
se',, It, t3 r 2 WW
I'.liner Y. Cbariinin ut al to John
WOroutllO, 17, b (J, Clacka
mas Heights 120
I) W Iloclhiiig to Win Kchwsrts I
1, b 411, O I A H Co's (Irst ad to
W M Ilurkelt ami wife to (1 It
Voshurgpt s 34, t 2i. r 2e, Wa 4,000
Oswego Commercial A Savings
bank to Security Savings &
Trust Co. I 15, 111, b 1;H ext O
I A S Co's first ad to Oswego ",o)0
(J A Harding, trustee, lo l'alrlck
Hunt pt I 2 a, r 2 e, :w acres. . . 2,700
V M Clement and wile to Security
Savings & Trust Co 1 7, 8, b i,
12, 3, 4, b2d, ll,2, b28,OI&
K Co's first sd to Oswego. ..... 4,WK)
Cyrus I Hlckcrman to John F
Nnrris and wife pt Jos I' F.agan
I) L C, I sere 300
Hudger McDonald et al to Laura
Miller pt s 9, t 2 a, r 2 0, fiacres
70spire rods 2,500
Edward M Atkinson, truatce, to
Iconic CliMtlier Mereae 1 8, b
34, Central ad to Oregon City 227
John Haley and wife to Henry
(ielhrich pt A J Vickers V I.C.
tW acres " 2,f)0
Helen M Montour to Daniel Mon
tour b 8. South Oswego 400
Frank K Hilton to John Newbas-
ser e pt 1 3. 4. s 30, t 4 s, r 1 e. 300
August Stneliteto Win McDonsld
end Willisin Ustdner pt s 13,
t 3e r 1 c, 50 acres 1,400
J J Cooke and wife to W T A I,
Co, Kolert Moore U I. C 5
Kdward M A tk'nwui, trustee, to C
11 Dye I 6 b 34 Central tJ to
tlregon City 250
Win Harlow and wife to Amanda
M Jcaau 1 18 ilarlowa 2 12 acres 600
I Oregon Iron A Sleel Co to Fiank
I 1) Hooghe I (1, 7, tl, 10 b U O'.I &
8 Co's first ad V Oawego 640
HituiW 11 Jones et alto Thomas
! CI..,..........! L-.. l'i.l.. n 1 i'
v ,.t...,.nf. ..a,. run t V
.(') of sn acre 75
I J 1'edigo and wife to J M I-iw-rence
i lit in Isuid exei-uted in
Kraucia Welch and wife to Z 8
(iard pt tieorge Welch D L C 2
W W Samson, sherifT, to Msry
I llerren it F W (ieer I) L C
200 sen-s IK10
W II How. II to DH (Jlaasl 1,2
b 108 Oregon City r 1,000
S W Jones sod wife to Mary E
Strsnahan e' neli' nf ee'i s 2
Us, r 3 e, 100 acres 1,000
Filsncy Olia snd husband to W T
Shurtlells',,sll,t3s, rl w.. 12,800 1
Win U Wade and wife to C Eand
J C Young 1 8 b 1 Darnell's ad
Oregon City 400
W J McKillican to J Tease 1 7 b 8
W II l'artlow to W J McKillnan
Pt S S White DLC5 acres ... 1 ,500
Edward Forties and wifeto Ditvid
William 10 acres 50
M A Ilntson and husband to
John W Hollow 1 1 b 17 Holmes
ad to Oregon City 400
News Ouai VVtiurg.
Wilushcro, April 24. Thj lute frost has
done some damage in this locality.
Tli electric light plant in the old saw mill
is running full blast giving light to this
place mid Kellwood. It is owned by Xlr.
linger of Kiist l'ortland,
A. N. Wills, of the firm of Wills llros., ha
his line collage ready for shingling. It will
cost nlun completed vl'JtSl. It j situated
ulie-fourtli mile east of Willshurg atatinn.
W. H. Kerns has got his brick haseiui'iit
i-oinpleted for a tine two-story residence on
Willshnrg heights eust of the school house
near Muddy lime.
Wills llroa. have just furnished their new
brick oltlce with un elegant onk standing
desk costing $80. They exiect to start
muking brick as soon as the weather will
lrnilt. They will run two yards snd turn
out fifty or sixty thousand per day.
llucklen's Arnica Sulve.
The Hest Halve In the. world for Cuts,
Rruises, ores, IMvera, talt Hhetini,
Fever Sores, Tetter, ClmpHd llaiuls,
Cliilliliiins, Corns, and all Skin Erup
tions, and positively cures Tiles, or no
pay required. H is giiiirniiloed to give
jierfHCt sutisfuction, or nionev rulunded.
I'rice SB cents per box. For sale hy ti
County Treasurer's' Notice.
I Imve now in my hands funds applica
ble to the payment of all warrants
endorsed prior to April 21, 18U0. In
terest will cease from date of this no
tice. S. B. Califf,
Treasurer of Clackamas County.
Paled Oregon City, April 22, 182.
If you are interested in embroidery
and fancy work, call and see the new
stumping patterns and novelites just re
ceived by Mis. Rich. They will please
you. Opposite the postoffice.
From Meadow Park dairy you will get
nothing but pure, fresh milk, such as is
required lor the baby.
OHWWiO (CHAP JKONH.
HiillHliicslii PriisrMM anil riniriniUu-1 -lien. I
urul Nol- of thsTnwn.
inio, Airll'."l. Onwogn Iniprie, eincntii
go MU'U'lily on. The linnk will mmri be reu'ly
for I lie eiiihlera and ahMiidnrs, llorlli
wick .It ll.itiy will noon eoiuiuiMiie the errc
IKHi ir l,,urle-li new dwelling house, all ul
which will Isj fur raul. Homes are In le
IiiiiikI, Bud home M-eker sluilnil in great
nutiils-rs. Twsntv llvs fuiullies are coming
Iroin II, u Kust all of which sre s:rt fur
Henry lians, our Hoiilli Oawegn nierrbant,
lm sold out Ui J. Pricki.er, o( Dukota.
Mr. Lam sill erect a line resilience 011 Ida
farm one mile sou lb of Iou n next July. He
hm leii Oawego's sipulsr merchant for
tins Iml u n yearn, snd will now be known
a a ri'lired men haul.
0. W. I'rosser will build a number of
dwellings lo rent on his property. Work
011 them will commence next week. He also
coiitemplule pulling up a store building.
ljit Sunday was the worst day known in
Oawctio (or twelve years. Considerable dam
age was dons to fruit trees In the many or
chunL In inia vicinity.
n il. 11. lloliaon, lormer iii"rintnijent
of I lm Iron works, leave) today lo lake
charge of s wholesale house at The Dalles.
The Oswego cornet band Is the name of
the new band organized recently. The band
U coniisised of the following persons: D.
II. IHnsard, leader; C. Deltarno, K.d. Wets
ler, Achille Seghers, A. b. Vestch, Kolla
WortliiiiKton, K. L. Davidson, C. II. Haines,
W. W. Toild. J. C. Haines. Ed. Bullock,
den. Ilullcsk, C. I.. Arthur snd M. Aasve.
Tin y eiKi't lo carry the next presidential
eleetlnu. Send for them to come to your
town snd give us a rest.
Mi Norma I. Fox ia visiting relatives in
Oregon City this week.
John llowlea left for Mi home in Nelia
lelii lunt Tuesday.
John ('. lliiines, jr., has Hie grip.
The infant daughter uf Mr. snd Mrs,
(ienlry died iusi Soiulay and tassinterred in
the 1 iswegu cemetery on Monday.
Jennie, a nine-year old daughter of Mr.
snd Mrs. (iihhs, fell and broke her arm but
is rexling ea-y under the care of Dr. Ed
sariK Hurry Klaiiuagan of Album was in town
ll is reisirted that a few eases of sea.'let
leier is in town, but none hue jet proved
Our mud stirvirar dews not seem to sat
isfy the majority of the taxpayers by the
way he works the roads. Oswego has al
ways had sxr roads, yet the district baa
more money than any other ol its sixe in
'1 he Methodists w ill soon commence build
ing Iheir new church.
Scllaood Home Musical company gave
so entertainment in Prosper' hall last
Tui'Mlay night for the benefit of the M. E.
church. Dew Door.
Usws.io, April Si. Miss Nora Chlnifelter
(rave the joung folks a delllitfiil arty last
evening In honor ol her eighteenth birth
day. I'. N. Haines still drive the "while mire"
in I'haa. Miller's Jilace, forO. W. I'rosser.
Why are there no weihlings? la leap
year s failure T
There will soon he a string band in Oswego.
We wish them success.
The measels anil diidheria have dearteil
atnt scarlet fever has taken their place.
't he infant chihl of Charles Nixon die. I
Isat Friday iiioriiing. Bast Ilt'STisn.
xakoxam news ukist.
Aa Vnirraten.il Prisoner Give aa Officer the
Uasmcam, April 23. "April showers
bring May Mowers." Should this adage
prove true Oregon ill be irfect flower
Harden in the near future. Farmers are
waiting patiently for the rain to subside,
feeling assured that there is always seed
time snd harvest in Oregon.
Era, daughter of James and Jane Mil
stead of Soils Springs, died on the IStli
after a lingering illness of about four
months. She was about 17 years old and
highly respected by all who knew her.
Chas. Hugadorti ia building a new barn
on his lot in town. He also intends to build
a new residence i:i the near future.
John Albright of Clackamas visited his
invalid brother, Daniel Albright, this week
The "kid" delegation that attended the
democratic convention from this precinct
have dunned their daC'a pants and are now
cultivating a first class uiustuchc for the
A new set of maps and a glotie have been
ordered for the Mart)am school, which un
dcr'llieetlloietit management of Prof. Baker,
is progressing nicely.
Miss Iiaisy leol Hubbard commenced
a term of school in the Heaver Creek dis
Several new hop yards are being set out
in this vicinity w hich has already proved
to be a good hop country.
list Saturday evening Jesse lioweu swore
out a complaint before Justice Dunlavy
charging one Jeff Padget with seduction.
The warrant was placed in the hands of
Sieclal Constable C. K. Young who arrested
his man at Mart) nam saloon at about 11
o'clock Uiat night. Constable Young and
his prisoner went to the house of Thomas
(arret t to await the trial which was set
for Monthly morning at 9 o'clock. Every
thing went well and the constable allowed
Ids prisoner to "eat drink and be merry."
But alas I the tables were turned. While
the unsnsiH-ciiiig constable was expatiating
to the host on the pulling qualities of his
most excellent horses the prisoner repuired
to the kitchen and pulled out at the back
door, mounted his steed which stood in the
ham near by and gnllopcd off a free man.
The constable proceeded to follow in his
wake and at present writing neither olhcer
nor prisoner have shown up. Court at
Marquam is anxiously waiting to sil in the
case mid the numerous pettiloggers are
exhuusting their wind in discussing the
merits ana tieinenis oi tue event.
, Don Qiuxotk.
As a tree nourishes in proportion to
richness of the soil, so the human body
tnrives iniives in accordance with the
quality of its blood. Hence the neees
sity of keeping the vital fluid rich and
pure with Ayer'a Sarsaparilla, the best
blood medicine you can find.
V Hh I' CON()l Kd ATIOK A I, ; II VH-II,-K s.
O. W. i.ncss, r-isuir. ttersMiea al II . a. and
1 W t a. Hiiii'lsjr rteh'.l slli-r morning ser
vice. Pisyer ineeilna We'lnrs'lsy aveninc si
7:'o.enM.s. I'rsyer ii.eelliiK ol yoiois Peoiile.s
Ho:lty l ChriitlBii Kinlesyiir svary Huinlsy
svenilis al6:fSl prsmpt.
KIMHT KAKI'MT CIICHCH.-Hsv. ii,ia
Psassa Psslor MoriltliK Service St II Hiiuilsjl
h.miI al l l.'i; Kvenlnir Service e m: KeauUr
prsyir meethiK We.lriemlsy eventuit. M'tinhly
Covensiit Meellus every Wellie'ly evenlnx
pri'eilliiir Hie i rnt Hnintsy lu Ilia uioiilh. A
Oornlal luvltailon 10 alt.
ST. IOII.VM CIM'KCH.CATIIOMC.ltsr. A.
Hn.l.saHssb, Psstor. (in Hmnlny mnssat S ami
10 Sl a. m. Kvery second suit fmirih Huliilay
flermsn sermnti slier th a e'eloek idmi.
Al all rtlir masses hnKll.hs. rm.iiis. Huinlsy
Kehisil at I an r. a. Vesners, spnt'ifeileal
autijccta. anil Hennltetlnn at 1'Mr.u.
M KTIIOI'IHT P.PIlMJOPAl. CHI'HCH.ksV
Knw. (iinr.ss. Psitnr. M'riiltu servlca iu 11:
Sunday Heliim! at 12 Ifi: Kvenhisiiervlee at7:0!.
Kpwnrtb Lesant meetiug Huinlsy evening at
S ki: Prsyer Mi eilna Thursilsy eveulnf sl ).
stranxers corllal!y Invited.
FIHHT PHKHHYTKKIAN CHt'RCH.-RSV. O.
W. Oiboksv. Ptr. Services l II a. a. awl
7 HI r . Hslilialh HehiMil al 111 A a. Vounf
People's Society n( :hrltlsii Kmleavor meets
svery Hnintsy evenlnx at 6 ft) Weilnesilay
ereulnx prsyer meeuiix at 7.au. nests iree.
KVANO'il.lCAI.i IH'UfMI-OKKalAN Al.'O
FassT, Pssti.r. Pnsehuiir services every alter
nam Hiin.Uysl II A M sn.t 7 Mi p. M.
Sshlisih M'l.isii every Siiiulsy at 10 A. M. I.lohn
IUrrl.lxrir.-r, Hiipi ) Weekly prayer Meetluf
every Wminewlsy evening
l.'NITKK MKKTIIItKN CJIt'Kril. Her R,
Mi:. era. paslnr. Services flrt a4 thlnl Hnnitay
In each month at Orecoo t hy, si 11 a. on. 7 p m.
seemtft Huti'lay at Mnnntsin Home at II a. nt.:
lourth Hiindsy at Harmony scinsil house at 11
a. m. Pra' er meeting, oreirori Cuy, W (slnestlay
wvenlng. Bunrtsy scbisil. Ill a. m.
'1KK0ON CITV BOAKH OF TRATlK.
Meets at Omit Home on Second Monday la
each month. Visitors welcome.
F. E. IKiKAI.lmoS. II AUV K E fltOHS.
CANBY BOAKIl OF TKAIlK.
Meets st Kulshts Hall. Canhy. 00 Urit and
third Friday ol each muulh. Visitors welcome.
S. 1. (iASSiaos, 8w. W'x.Ksi'iHT. Pres.
Ml'LTNOM All UJlxiK, NO. t, A. F A. M.
Holds Its regular communications na Drat
snd third Saturdays ol eseh month st 7:80 r. a.
Brethren insood staudliir are invited to attend.
J. T. APPSKriliN, W. M.
T. F. KYA.N.Keeretsry.
OKF.fiOS LOIX1E. Nn. a, L O. O. F.
Meets every Thursdsy even ..a at 7 S0o'click
r. a. In the 0d Keiloas' Hall, Main street.
Memtiers ol the Order are lu tiled to attend.
Hy order oi W A. Midli ton, N. .
Ihos, Kyan. Secretary.
FALLS ENCAMPMENT. No. 4, I. O O. F.
Meets first end third Tuesdsyaof eseh month,
at odd Kellnirs hsll. Members and viiitiug
pslrl'ireh", cordially invited to attend.
i,. R. JaHNSY, i. Yi. O'COKSBIU
6crihe. Chief Patriarch.
OtiWtliO LOMiE, NO IB, I. 0. O. F.
Meets at Odd Fellow's hall, Oswego, every
Sanirdsy evening. Visiting brethren made
welcome. i- W. PROSSER, N. ti.
J. P. KlsLKY. Sec.
MF.AME POST, Nn 1.0 A. R.. DEPARTMENT
Meets Drsl Mondsy ol eseh month, at K. of
P. IP. 11. Orvgou City. V'isiilng comrades made
GILMAN PVKKER. Commander.
GEN. CROOK POST. No. 12 0 A. R , Depart
ment ol Oregon.
Meets In school house st Needy on first 8al-
. 1., .. ) ,.'..l.ulr n m All
I .Wm. 11 H Rvl Hill
TEMPLE No. I. ORF.iiOS CITY PATRIAR
Meets second and fourth Tuesday evenings
at7:Se atKuiahtso! Pythias hall
J. Piasi. Oracle.
F. I'At.TrR. Secretary.
-ANDRES 1IOFER LOIWiK. No. 6, SONS OF
Meets every Sunday at a o'clock p. m. st
Trcubath t Hall. t aso OASSMsnr a, rres.
- Al.asaT Snl lush, See'y
TCAUTIN ORANGE, NO. lit, P. of H.
Meets last Saturday ol each month at their
hall in wilsouvuie. it. a. uessv.
Miss Hrtia SMakp. Siee'y. Msster,
WARNER ORANoS. No. 117, P. of H.
Meet fourth Ssturday of eseh month, at their
hall In New Era. J. casti. Msster
E C. Ms.iiiock. B'C'y
HI TTE CREEK ORANGE, No. si, P. of h.
Meets st their hall lu Msrouam, second Sat
urday In each month at id a. m. Visiting
nit'inbert. always welcome.
J. E JACK. J. R. WHITE.
See ret ary Master.
MOLALLA GRANGE, NO. 40, P. of H.
Meets at their hall at Wrhrht's Brldee on the
seerud Saturday of each mouth at 10 a. m
Fellow memtiers made welcome.
Rei'res Wright, Master.
N H Darnalu (oe.
GAVEL LODGE, NO. M, A 0. V. W
Meets evrry Thursday evening at Knight's
hall. Cauhy. Visitiug brother made welcome.
W. M. Sham, W. M.
W 8 Ghihrlc. Rworder.
CLACKAMAS LODGE, No. S7, A O. U W.
Meets Brst aud third Monday in eseh month,
at Mrraiuht's Hall VUitiug tirethern welcome.
H.8. Giusos. L. Li, Jonrs.
Rec. M. W.
FALLS CITY LODGE OF A. O C. W.
Meets every second and feiirth Friday even-
f of each month in Odd Fellows' building,
sojouruiug brethren cordially invited to at
tend. F. T. BARLOW, M. W.
ACHILLES LODGE, NO. 38, K OF P.
Meets every Friday nightat the K. of P.halL
Vlsiliug Knighis mvlteil
Isaac Ai ksrman, C. C.
J. E RHonts. K. of R. and S.
ST. JOHN'S BRANCH. NO. S47, C. K.of A.
Meets every Tuesday evening at their hall
corner Main and Tenth Streets, (iregou City.
Matt. Ji'rTis.Sec'y. T. W.Scllivan, Pres
NEW ERA W.C T. U.
Meets drat Saturday In each month at their
hall in New Era. Friends of the cause are in
vited to be present. Mas. Carky Jounson,
Mrs. Eastman, President.
CANBYLOlHlE.NO fa. I O. 0. T.
Meets every Ssttirdsyet'eningat Kniirht's hall
Canny . Visiting members always made wel
come. VYrldon Shank, W, 0. T.
I). J. Cox. Sec.
MEADE BELIEF CORPS. No. 18, DEPART
MENT Or OREGON.
Mrs. M. M. Charman, - - President
Mrs. F. L. Coebraue, - - - Treasurer.
Mrs. J. B. Harding, - - Secretary.
Meets on first and third Fridsys of each
month lu K. of P. Hstl. Members of corps
from abroad, cordially welcomed.
COLl'MBIA HOOK AND LAPDER CO.
Meets first Frlilay of tach month at
Fountain engine house. Chas. Athbv, Pres,
C B. l'ttxow, See'y. Chas IIitiek, f 'rm
FOUNTAIN HOSE CO No 1.
Regular meetinir, second Wednesdsv in each
month at engine house, east side Main street,
between Seventh anil Eighth.
I Ackkkxas, Sec y. Lascs Gasdnkr, Pres.
Eu. Nkwton, Foreman.
CATARACT HOSE CO. No. J,
Meets second Tuesdav of each month at Cat
aract Engine house. W H. How Kl.!., Pres.
u. H. hkstow, sec y. J. w. oconskll, F'rn.
SONS OF VETERANS.
E. P. Rsker Camp, No. 18, meets every Brat
snd tnlrd Thursday evening of each month
K.. H.b.AMn. v Nlt,
Rolla Woon 1st I.ient.
C. A. Herman, Jr. 2d Lieut
F COMPANY, FIRST RE0IMENT. O. N. O.
Armory, Third and Main. Regular drill night,
Moudav. Regular business meetinir. flmt
Monday ot each month.
E S. Warren. - - Cantaln
J. W.Oanong, - - First Lleuteuant
T. r. Randall, Second Lieutenant
I NOT BUY
Goods you (In not nw:l Him ply m
caiiHe th!y Hwirn cheap. That ort
of economy i. the worft kind of cx-'
Will be of service, some day, but
you would be Hilly to buy one just
for that reason. So in all lines of
buninesB, even our own, our advice
i don't buy anything
But we have to eat, and WE have
the bottom prices. Call and lie
convinced. 5 Gain. Coal Oil, 75c;
also Flour and Feed at way down
W. T. Spooncer & Co.,
No. 3, Com. Bank Block, Oregon City.
S2.50 PER DOZEN
17 First Street, Bet Morritoa and Yamhill
Livery, Feed and Sale Stable
LOCATED BETWEEN TH BRIDGE AND
Double and Single Rigs, and sad
dle horsea always on hand at the
lowest prices. A corrall connected
with the barn for loose 6tock.
Information regarding any kind of
stock promptly attended to by person or
horses Bought and Sold.
Shop on Main SL, opp Woolen Mills.
Sijscisl AttentlQB. GItei lo Co JtnitJi or Eal Fset
S1I0F.ING SPEED HORSES A SPECIALTY.
Tea yean eipeilence in eastern cities.
' -A.3STZD .
BOXES OF ANY SIZES MAMACTOEED
Parties desirinif Wood Turning, Pat
terns, Brackets, or
Shop Carpenter's Work
Will be Suited by Calling on Me.
Doors, Windows and Blinds
G-. EC. BESTOW,
f Oup. the Congregational Church
Best 25e Lotlintrs and Meals in the Tewn.
Hot Meals at All Honrs.
CIGARS AND CONFECTIONERY.
J. BITTNER, Propr.
The Oldest KIrt Clans Hotel ia
Clean rooms with comfortable beds.
Tables supplied with the best the mar
Successos to V. H T A L. Co.
Comer Fourth and Main Streets,
The LEADING LIVERY STABLE
of the City. Kigs of any description
furnished on Bhort notice.
All kinds of Truck and delivery Busi
ness promptly attended to.
Horses Boanled and Fed on reason
COMPETENT PHARMACISTS EMPLOYED
Fine Perfumeries and Toilet Articles.
Also a full stock of
ZFjMHSTTS- oils, etc.