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Oregon City Enterprise.
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tie i'kiiim to tliii WllUinctto valley ami
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lie mil to (lie KiuTAiiit'iito valley in
California to ihh) the crop tlitrt. lie
rtiturnml lawt Monday ami nil up to
ltiitlvvillo Ul Mr, tiiMtr, ainl llii'ii lis
li'll Kir Wimuiiaiu, Nar Yurk ami Iiuiiid.
Mr. I'almrtm lliinki Willainrlla) valley
hup mlwra hava an tiiiKirtnt a.lvan
U(f ovrr tlin nmwrra txilli u( Waaliliig
Ion anil California. In tlw laat nien
tlonrnl alale the exlrvincly lint woallier
pruvntita the hop luuao (rvin duln, uiiu h
(lainK, however. Hut the land there
la hta-h-prii-nl and in llm ruvallilp vallpy
It ii tipyond the ruaoli of the ituall Imp
K.-over, The mill and rliumlo of the
Willamette valley are well auiled to the
production of tiupa. The area li to
laiyfl that the prli-e of land ia kipt
within niaaoiiihle liiulu. Mr. 1'ihurne
la ol the opinion that inimt of the Wil
lamette valley hop groweri do no culti
vate their Mill witli roKr earn. The
lank of proiinr rare become evlilonl
vrhen it come to marketing the crop.
Formerly New York hope were preferred
over those rained on the Pacific alupw,
hut now the twohrimi about theaame
price in the Kniillah market. lint the
Pacific count mint soon lead in both
quality and quautity. The hopi of
Clackamaa and Maiion coiinlie are
motif the beat received In Irfndon and
it It worth while making the effort to
llANKt0.N til'HK TO HK Kl.ltCTKU. If
them ia anybody who haa any doubt
alioiit the re-vlectioii of Ilutrinon lot him
weitftl Vfi'tl tbla cln'iimitance: Home
(line before llarrlmm'i Unit nomination
II. C. Sievcns dug up tn hii yard on the
hill a Harrison medal of 1H11. It wai of
fopper and about the vice of the copper
two-cent piece, On one ilde in relief
waa a log cabin and thil inacriptlon :
"MaJ.Uen. VY. 11. Harrison, born Feb.
fl, 1773," On the other aide wai a vign
ette of llarriaon with them worth:
"The H0ile' choice in 1841." Well,
after that Itunja'iiin Harrison was nomi
nated and triumphantly elected. About
two years ago Mr, Stevens found another
of the Harrison medals. Again wus
Harrison nominated, mora easily tlmn
beforo, and again of course will he be
elected. Mr. Stevens wore the first
inedul through the Drat campaign of the
Inter Harrison and the second one ho is
wearing through this campaign. These
module attorn to have been traded out to
the Indians as money which they some,
Tug Countv Jail. The Kntkhchisk
Ii in receipt of a communication signed
"Thomas King". William Scott, llobert
(iiirdner and Wong Citing, prisoner In
the county jail" in which exception Is
taken to the prevailing method of con
ducting that Institution. The burden of
the coniplaliit is that clothes are too few
and vet mln too many and disgustingly
robust, "nig llillle the Molnlla ' boy"
they say disturbs their ulumboin by
cotnin;; over to the jitil and wulking
around for hours In the middle of the
night In his sleep, For prisoners to
complnin of their treatment In jail is
rather old . The people would be glnd
if these fellows would bo conduct them
selves that they need not get in limbo.
It it a new thing, however, for prisonon
to find fault with Hhertff Samson , Tliej;
are usually well suited with the"trea(p
men)H4mAxV J : . 1 '
WEATII Kit A Mr ('ROI'H,
Itrport r (he Coiiilltlon In Western
' Oregun for Uie Week.
Tinisilay the 21at was cool and show
ery, and fioui Wednesday tint lemHir
attire has risen until Hominy the illi
and 27t h when IK) degreei or more were
recorded throughout th!i section, except
on the Immediate coast; this Is the
warmest weather so far this year. The
sky hss been cloudless and the winds
have been northerly,
t rat I ii Ima grown and filled very well,
en re pi In purla u' Jovepliine and Jackson
counties where il was burnt. Along the
onest ainl In lioiiglas county and
throughout the Willamette valley the
grain II doing very well, though It Ii not
so good aa last year. The ground ia lie
coming veiy dry and hard, and all
vegetation would lie Ismeflted by rain.
Potatoes are doing very well and
promise a good yield. Hasp and black
oerries are now rl. Strawberries are
not so plentllul now as one week ago,
they are going out of season. Cherries
are riie; Ihey aieof good quality, hut
not an average in quantity ,
Hop lice are present, but are yet lather
dormnnt : it Is hoped that the present
warm weather may Injure tlieiu.
Haying ia being Qiilshed, the weather
being very favorable to that owration.
The fruit prossx'ta are no Uittei aa for
quantity, hut the quality promise to be
above the average,
The rivers have been falling for the
past three days, and all danger of high
water Ii now passed.
Tin Omikst Ohioum PioKKia Itov
J. H Grillln of llillalitiro spent several
days In town this wee't, the guest of Mr.
and Mrs C. II. Dye. Mr. Oilllin en
joy the dUtinctlon of being the uldusl
living pioneer, having crossed the plains
ill IP. He, with many others, Is as
sisting Mrs. Pye in a historic romance
of the llniUin's Hay days in Oregon for
which she haa been collecting materials
for some lime, l'r W. C. McKay of
Pendleton has twice journeyed to Ore
gon City on the sauto errand and score
ol old pioneers of Oregon City, Port
land, Salem, Ailoria, llritish Columbia
and elsewhere have loaned her the tine
of valuable journals and correspondence.
Mr. (irillln was a warm aJmirer of Ir.
John McUughlin the "King of the Col
umbia" flity years ago and probably
possesses the finest collection of'
Mcliughlin'a letters eitai.t.
A St avivtNo Cohtmact. A sur
veying contract has been made by
Purveyor-General Hyara with Henry
Meldmm, of this city, for extending the
first slandard parallel east arroe the
Caacsde motinlaini. Thia line 1 to tie
run about tlilrty five tulles in length, and
s'srting from the headwaters of the
Molalla,' cornea out about the Warm
Springs reservation. A contract ha
also been taken by Mr. McMruin to sur
vey township 5 south, range 5 east,
and township 0 south, rstiu tl east, on
the headwatateri of the Clackamas.
Gyrations will not begin until some
time next month, aa there Is considera
ble snow on the mountains.
A (iKANtiMoTina's Tia. Last Friday
afternoon a grandmother's tea waa held
at the residence of It. C, Stevens on
Seventh street. There were ten grand
mothers present, each of them more than
ixty years of ago and nearly all Oregon
pioneers. They were Mrs. Meldmm,
Mrs. Buck, Mrs. Cauflold. Mr. Whit
lock, Mr. Caldwell, Mrs. Diller, Mrs.
Andrews, Mrs. Burton, Mrs. Shaw and
Mra. Stevens, The afternoon was spent
In recounting the golden, olden glory of
the days gone by. Refreshments were
served and a regular old grandmother's
lime was enjoyed.
Horn raoM tux Nonmal. Clackamas
county had (our memlier of the gradu
ating class at the Monmouth State Nor-
Lmal school thia year. These were Miss
Gertrude I'lliley of this city, Miss Ella
Cnrrin of Currinsvlllo, Horace Lake of
Pleasant Home, and Tennlo MayQeld of
Highland. Oilier Clackamas county
young poople who attended that school
wore Missel Ana Baird of Oregon City,
Sonne MayfWId of Highland, and Fran
els Currin of Currinsville. The school
closed last week and all name home.
Si'kcui, Si'mmkh Sai.k. -Until alter
the Fourth a sjiecial sale of hats will be
held at Miss N. Watts' millinery par
lors at prices never before given in Ore
gon City. All the latest styles, and in
great variety, both trimmed and un
trinimed. In Leghorn lints, the cheap
est and most stvlish hat for hot weather,
my stock is complete and to dose them
out will give extra low prices. Fine
assortment of French Mowers at re
Found. A leather purse between Ed.
Jones's mid the Spangler place on the
Molalla road. Owner can have same by
culling at thia olllce proving property
and paying charges.
Don't he foolish and pay big prices for
your goods when Hamilton & Washburn
of Park Plane have one of the best assort
ment of dry goods, fancy goods and
millinery goods in Clackamns county,
If you are dry just drop in at the post-
olllce and gut a good glass of Soda
Water. Free soda with' every' 26 cent
K If fl '
PiMirl anitnVvta-a1railnf hnnlrfl it Hi
KKU KHTATK TBANHFEIIH.
Miiinnmry r the Ireeds Filed In the
tuatity Itecnrder'i Olllce.
Oregon fond Co Ui LaurlU Peter
son 1 2V, IK) b 14 Miulhorn ml to
Portland I WO
Kdwsrd Heal mid wife to Henry P
Smith !17.fi8 acres 1,W0
Hlchard Scott mid wife to Nathan
II Harvey pi Hector Cainpliell I)
LP 10 acrea 5,)U
Andrew J Wylsnd to O'ldoon Jiili
nw'4' a 15, t 7 i, r 3e H10 acrei . WW
Fred Ituilart and wile to Jacob
Spinglnrl 3, 4, 4, 1 4 s, r 2 ,'W
acre..: ... . ..' 1,200
CharleiC Wooihwk and wife toC
K Norrie 17, 8 b 30 O I A M Co's
first id to Oswego 850
OAC It H Co to IteWcaC J '
Heed eS U nd w) se'j I 2.1
K li Thomas to U I Thomas I 8,(1
b 8 Pleasant Hill ad to Oregon
W 11 Htovslr to P Morris I 5, 6 b 4
Falls View i to Oregon City .... 000
Same to Maine I 4, R, b B Falll View ;
ail to Oregon City 1,000
David KolKTlwin to Julia Dibble ,
I 2, n'i I 4, b 20 Kolwruion ...... 2W
B F Newman and wife to Harriet
Miller pt fr b Oiegon City .... 2MI
C F Hickman ami wife to Sarah 0
Lawrence I 2 bl2W Oregon City,. .'0
tieo A Zimmer ond wile to John
Hamilton pt Abel Mattoon PLC
is! acrea.. 3,000
T I. Charnisn.' trustee, to David
Turney 1 1 , 2. 3 b 3 South Oregon
V. M Itsitda and wife to Karnent P
Hands I 1 b 100 Oregon City. 1100
I II U and wife to Adolph Hum
aim pt John 8 Howlund DL C
n acres 700
COT Williams et alto John W
Mr av 13 b 14 Falls View ad to
Oregon City 175
Arthur ClifT to John McKay 11,8
b 1 Darling's ad to Oiegoii City 5O0
John II Weaver and wife to J A
Stnfarsiin and w ile ne' ne1' a 15
t2i, r4e 275
John Dreeher to Mary Dresher n'
ne'4 a 8, t 3 , r3 e 785
Previously reortel since Jan. 1 ,VtH,&:!4
Mead Poot, Attention!
All comrades and old soldiei are re
quested to meet at the grand army hall,
at 9 o'cluck, sharp, on the morning of
the Fourth of July to participate aa
I body in the celebration of our American
Wear uniforms, badges and canes, so
far a ponsiLle. All are expected lobe
in line No foraging will be permitted
during the grand march.
S It. CALtrr, Commander.
Pronounced Hopeless, Yet Saved.
From a letter written by Mr. Ada E.
Htird, of Uruton, 8. P., we quote:
" Was taken with a bad cold, which set
tled on my Lu'ngsf cough set in and
finally terminated in Consumption.
Four doctors gave me up, saying I could
live but a short time. 1 gave myself up
to my Saviour, determined if I could not
stay with my friend on earth, I would
meet my absent one above Mt hus
band a as advised to get Dr. King s New
Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and
('..1.1,1 1 It . (.LI in .11
.w,.,o, , . ,,, tuua nil,
eight bottles; it ha cured me ami
thank Ood I am now a well and hearty
woman." Trial bottles free at U. A.
Harding' drugstore, regular siie 50c.
Beautiful Suhur wn Home.
One mile and a ntiarter from town,
good hoard walk past the land. Acre
tracts to suit purchaser, term easy, the
finest suburban property offered fur sale,
yet on the market New proposed
motor line from Portland. High and
sightly. See L. K, Jannky with V.
Carev Johnson . If
Clocks at Biirmomter A Andresen's.
Ladies' and Gents', robes at Holman &
Warner's Undertaking parlors. tf
Holntan A Warner, Undertakers and
Emhalmers, Oregon City Bank building.
Justice blanks, real estate blanks, and
all other blanks at the Entkhtrisk of
fice, Portland prices.
Farmers at a distance buy your goods
at the Park Place store where you will
find ready sale for your produce at the
best mat ant price.
lounges, chairs, etc., upholstered at
Holman A Warner's. All work guar
anteed. Kepuir all your old lounge for
little money and they will be good as
Central addition to Oiegon City in lots
and blocks to suit purchaser. Property
cheap, terms easy. See L. H. Jannky,
with W. Carey Johnson. tf
We have 70. bedsteads that we will
soli at $1 to $1,25 j 40 woven wire mat
tresses for $1.50; 50 wool mattresses for
$1. Other goods too numerous to mon
tlou in abundant quantitea at equally
low prices. Belloiny & ISusch, opposite
No need to take those bin cathartic
pills. Dr. J. II . McLean's Little Liver
and Kidney Pillota are more agreeable
Ask why Cautldd dc Hunt
ley' store in the heat jilace
for you to
Drug or have your pre
Bet-aline we elway have,
and alway will keep, only
And reliable chemical,
even though they way
cost u a trifle mora. "
Carrying a we do, a com
plete line of
Toilet article, pcrfuuierie,
map, etc., you may de
pend upon obtaining just
what you want, and at
the tnoht reasonable prices.
Caufield & Huntley,
All size from small to
TORPEDOES & Pistols.
5 cents and upwards.
25 cents per dozen and up.
2, 4, 6, and 8 star, assorted
Novel and curious.
Especially adapted for
ladies and children, bril
liant display and safely
Large and small at all
Very effective and brilliant
for general display; easily
and safely fired.
Our assortment is cone
plete and contains only
the very highest grade of
fireworks. They are guar
anteed to give satisfaction.
Huntley's Book Store,
(Next door to P.O.)
Undur new management. First
class bread and pastry delivered
The best in the City. ' Give ui
Pritchard & Carrico.
Best 25c liOdings and Meals in the Town.
Hot Meals at All Hours.
CIGARS AND CONFKCT10NERY.
ABSOLUTELY PCRE DRUGS
n: A. HARDING.
OOMPETENT PHARMACISTS EMPLOYED
Fine Perfaerlcs and Toilet Articles.
Alio a (611 itook of
i St. Ma
ARE STILL IN
Milk Deliyereil to
FULL MEASURE AND
MKS. E. M. Bl'BMKlHTEK.
BURMEISTER & ANDRESEN,
luwm to Mn C. H. L Bnnnelster,
Wat Che?, Cloc, fSilVeiWe, jevrelnj;
Repairing a Specialty. ( .
Mala Ulrft, ftra Vlif, Of-cgam. :
Seventh Street Livery Stable,
VM. R. WADE, Proprietor.
Feed, Sale and Livery Stable.
Riga and Saddle Horses furnished on short notice. Stock
boarded by the day or week. Price Reasonable.
Oregon City Sash and Door Co.
Carry the Largest Stock of
. Sash, i)oors, 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
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DE1LI1 W .
HAEDWAKE, PROriMOSS, CBOCSERT, GLASSWARE,
Holiday Goods and Gents Furmsliing Goods.
MQIARE DKALI.U GlARA.TrEEO.
STOVES, TIN & HOLLOW WARE.
All Kinds of Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Work
PLUMBING AND GENERAL JOBBING TO ORDER.
Nhop Seventh St., Bear IH-pot,
Rupture, Asthma and Piles.
DR'S SHIMP & HOUSER,
Specialists in tlie treatment of all forms of Chronic, Catarrhal, Nervous
and Female Diseases.
Twenty (20) Years' Experience in Medicine, Surgery and
Electricity. All curable cases guaranteed. Office, 259 Commercial
Street, Salem, Oregon. JTCorrespoudence solicited.
P OPE & CO.
This old and reliable firm always keep in stock a full line of
Mil, lf ail IiMliil
rluinumg, was t ltting iV J Qubmg
Attended to Promptly. Es
CITY VIEW MARKET,
Boyer & Gale, Props.,
t Wholesale and Retail Dealers in '
Fresh Beef, Mutton, Pork, JIam, acon and Lard.
THE BEfTfMEAT.KEfT : ArDSATIfPAOTIO GIVEN,
$ i 4MWI ON tVEHTH f 8Eif, AT NKAO W f AlRtr i ' i i ,. '
allParts oftlie City
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Ore goal City. Ilranrla at Oftwegva.
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