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Oregon City Enterprise.
SCHEDULES OF TIME
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hiiilv lln ittciii Hiinilnr,
Mmiiniu uimu.iN cirv Miiri.tnii Kni'TK,
I w K. lvv M Union mill Ni. Imth M , hi, ;
UrvKiin City Ml n, m,
I r-Uin I'lirllnml Ymiililll lml ilin k.2
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miniiKiiN rArmc hailwav
mmrit hhi nii.
AlliNliy ImkI fw)r aUllnURj V HI ft. m.
a'alllt.riil. Kll.rpaa (tlmm)!) 4.1 . m.
luMlitirg 1h'mI tw.y itailmia) 8 w p. m
..I TH mil Hit.
Itut.liiirff lrl rw.y tl.tluiia V HI ft. m
AltMiiy I ucal tw.y al.llniiai II ml p. in
4 ulltnniU Kiirta (llirtiutli) 7 M lu
Mall oIimw illi N orltl , ft III , I i HI . 111
Mftllaclnao (ulug Mom It, It m., 7,io p- m.
Orcfiin City to Kly.t'.riia, MullnoMi'l MnUllft
Ipftvoa ftl i hi. ftiul iirrlviia .1 1J nt. dally.
or(im Cli y In riy.Mliik.l'larli MfailnwIlriHik,
I'nl.m Mllla, Mullnu ami tnlloii, pv at 10 a.
ill TuawUr. 1 1mrailay ami Malunlay, ami r
Uinta uu lulliitvlua Uava al i DA p. m
r'lUIUY, (H TtillK.lt 7, 1WC.
Smith wam Known Hkkk. J. V.
H 1 11 i t It liu wan liaiiKnl liv A mob at
Iuiitiiiiir, (ul , I nut Kililuy (or tlm imir
ilnrul hia ili. mill lilt 1 lUuxhliT,
Y ell k im i III I'larkauma nullity litti
Itn llvcl wncml ycara. Ilia wifit
Minn Milntur mini livivl war MoUlla.
A lirutliiT, Jaiiuia Smith, now rvaiiloa At
Kami v. For two ir or mora lit
world! at Wallnni'a nurairy near (
wiau Ami n .Ii.piiii.i a hiknI Morkiiint)
though a lianl ilrinkcr. Wliilti the
r mill" werti Mug I milt In tltinity
Sinitli M aa (uit'ina.-) u( A !Hl)i( uf lui'ii Un
til hn trie! to iji'l up a ilrike whim Ito .
aa iliai'lmrifKil, Hn aa a I Ik fi'llott , .
naturally iui'liniiia ami Itia iiulii1(ji'iic j
In Jrink riilncil liim. Ilia id' laapajkmi
ol liy tliomi lto know litr a iiiont -,
tiinalili- wimmn. Sinitli iKHra to have '
tii'vit on it bith aa iiaual ami sliilu un-;
iIit tlm rflVvt ol l.jti r imik Inn wilu mill 1
liilil to a nriililirinK limiilrt Iutii Im .
1 1 ad a tout lor llii'in. I If tlii'll alio! IkiIIi, j
lli rltilil ilyiiig At lim n ami Iter nmtlnir
lingering till evening. Smith wa taken
IntocuatiKly but Ihe aheritTwaa foirml to
tilvu lit in up to the crowd who had
beard of the occurrence and In half an
Jiour bla corpae awung from a tree near
Woma xr tiik Stoma lii'AMiima. J. K.
Smith, the contractor w ho ia getting out
the atone for tlm Columbia river jetties,
baa 105 men at work in the ipiArriea juat
above Oawego. They Are all working
on Ihe eant liank of the river now, the
water being ao tow that lite scow a can
not load from the atone bluir on the
other aide. Twelve to tllteon barge
wre loaded each week . Sinltlt'a contrAct
will expire thi year hut the nlitte of the
work al the nioulli ol the river la audi Ujov, Moo.lv baa probably the finr-nt
that thi contract will probably be ex-1 alock ranch in Oregon. Mr. Animtiong,
tended aothat rock will Ihi fiimiHhed i t1M), hna given coneideruhle Ailenlkm to
from tbeae uilarric until the Job aball j raiaing blooded atoek. llo Iiiik a miin
Iki completed. The Portland Street j her of good giade Jeraeya and la getting
Paving company I getting out and i (,, ,lo.Mled cattle aa fuat a he can aa be
crushing rock aonie distance ladow the j consider the cow a of that breed the beat
.imrnea for the I'livernmeiil atone. The j
crusher ha Imen running all aunuuur
tiirnlnit out crushed rock for sheet pav
ing in Portland. At llrat the crusher
w as stationed on a acow above Oawego
but by the time A loud of rock was
crushed the acow waa rucked nearly
to pieces. So the slutiimiuy mill on the
hlulT below waa erected and it works
Ciiohn PAI'KII Mil l, Imi'novkmknta.
Within the net week or two oxtenaive
iinprovementM will be in progresa at. Ihe
Crown patior lit i U . Indeed, some of the
preliminary work ia Already underway.
The store house la lo he ruined to a
level with the machinery room, n ilia
twice ol about three feet, Anew water
wheel will be put in that will give nbout
double the power iill'orded by the present
wheel. A I'ourdrinier paper machine
will supersede the present cylinder
machine, the new one having a speed of
250 feet A minute while the other fell a
good deal short of 200 foot. An elevator
capable of hoisting 5000 pounds will nlao
bo built. About :I0,00) will bo ex
pendud in these Improvement. The
Crown will then bo prepared lo turn out
nil kinds of uinnillii, wrapping mid news
papers Inalend of working on niunllla
nnd wrapping papers alimo na now.
llefore tho winter shall be over tbo
Crown mill will linvo a capacity nearly
double what it baa at present.
Won't Wait kob Ikon. It 1b not likely
that tho East Side electric motor lino
wilt wait for ita consignment of railn to
arrive from the Kast before completing
the road to Oregon City. It will get tho
iron In some otbor way, by exchange or
otherwise, bo that tbo cars will he run
Into Oregon City at the earliest possible
moment, liy Saturday night of this
week the track will be laid to the Clack
Amas river and the construction of the
liriilnn wilt Im gruAtly liAHtmmil liy tlm
tiAnnKrtutlon (or malnrlala which will
he tliiia Allonloil. The driving ol pll
Iwlwi-i'il the ClwkAimii aiiiI thin rlty
was li'giin laat MondAy. I'IIIiik will Im
imcnaaury nitrly All I ho way Imtwi'mi
tlm ClHi'kAiiiAA And tlm Aoriiithy, a
dlatmii'A uf kliotit a inlln. TIiIa will
prolwhly lxi llllnl with t-itrth auliMt
iilniitly, A hmni'li road In lu In- Imilt
up the Clui'kuiiiuA to (ilmlHtonu ao ua lo
Klvo Hint liuru t rmmiK.rtion lu On-Kon
City or to rorlhtnd,
Kl.KI THIf CoMI'ANv'alm'MOVKMKNTa.
Tlnnlaiii Ai'kmn tlm hrlnk of tlm fulla
Itaa Inx'U uoiiiihUid ami tlm iuimi aru to
In put ti work nt oiii'ii on n-aloilim aiuI
improving llm rnnnl At Itn upHr mid
otliat it will ho mora eouyimiiuil for
ItiNtatoiiiitKr. In tliU job t:'ll,IMill fiint
of auf, tlmlior will Im nai'il. Tlm
power of llm uliirtriv Unlit alnlim) ia aIho
lo h griMttly InrriMiaml. A liorloitlitl
wulnr wIiih'I of HlK) horau puwnr iaoiillN
wuy hum from Hut Kant ami it will lie
nlitittil in llm win! diid of tha xjmr
lioiian, And two uioru liorlr.niit.il uliwla,
mm of 1.1N) ami mm of H) horan puwir
will he put In lhniaat uml. All tlmau
liiiiion.ini.iila wilt m vompliilml lltia
yeur And mxt yi-ar a i-ariy Aa the
Aon will Hrmit work will 'w owmd on
llm hlg power liuuae on llm weal anlo.
KliHtrii'Un ( liHiiny In laa ruiunt irialorn
trlplaihul lolliid AdyiiHino that would
aull the ili'inamla ol tlm new power Itouav
ao on tuilat l duaiitmid aNirliilly for
thin place. Tlila will he done In iAaon
for manufai'tuiliiK the niachinm lor 'he
Tha HciiiKitu ana Ft'l.l.. The t-nroll-nuMit
In the a. Itoola up to Mumlny thin
werk wa 42K- '.'4 more (Iiaii lo rorro
pondliig ilnlii laat year. No meain liaa
yet Un tkn to lulmvo tlm rrowdnl
condition of the acIuhiI rooma. Three
new clawM'a Imva lnvn Ailded tltia i-Hr
ou in Slci'l'a hilmr phyaioii)iy, one
in Ijilln mid one In literaturn. Latin
and literature Are Atudied hy ninth
and tenili grade pupila. The five
new teachera take up the work readily
ami everything moyoa Along Im ritioni
oualy, Tkai iikab bmii i.n IlKl.lhlKK. SlS'lioll
Ifl), Drrgoii Kchiml Ittw, reipiirea thut all
lieraona holding itale diploma, 'tiite
cwrlillratca, or Mate nurutitl liiloiniia
almll pn-at'iit kiii'Ii ililiiinii or ivrtillcult
to llm mirriiitiMiiliMit ul tltu county in
whirl) tlm liollir propowii to tcai lt, to
Iw rrniatiirwl liy tli aunTliili'inli'nl.
Tlnrtt ato aoiita' tcai'lifm in tliit comity
who uro triti liiii williuiit Aiitlturity mid
llm tnacltor nliiml.l comply witli tlin Iaw
ami notify rliKriiitt'iultiil (iilimtn iH'lnre
urAWHi Mililic inoncy
TuAi llKKa' MKKTtNd 1'oATI'ONAI). The
uuetiiig of the Chtckaniaa county teach
era for OctoU-r will lie omitted owing to
tlioeJtra work which will lie reiniin-d of
the teacher In preparing for the proper
ohaervance of Columluia IAy, (K-loU-r
21 . The next meeting of the teachera'
AWKX-iAtion will be held At Clackamas
on the laat Saturday In November and
KuMriiitriideiit tlihaon, to whom wn
delegated the work of arranging the
program, will Announce the program in
aeaaoli for ita proier preparation.
Thk Jkiikky Kkiikii. 0. V. Arm
atrong of Canby rewnlly rtveived aa a
prenent form hia old friend, ex-(ioveruor
Moodv, A line Jermy regintered bull 'calf
from the governor Salem tttock fitrm.
milkera and butter producer.
MaIIVK Sl'HVKYlNli IN WASHINGTON.
W. II Marve has obtained the contract
for surveying three and a half townships
of land In Washington for 52S0. lie ia
lo receive M a mile for section lines, 23
for township tinea and f-" for standard
and base line. The location of tho land
when surveyed w ill lie townships 8 and
It north, range 2 east; toivuship 0
north, range 3 east, and the west portion
of township 15 north, ningo 4 east. Ho
has already commenced the w ork, having
his beiuliiuarters at Vancouver.
Hoc Pmi'KH, Quotations of the price
of hops arc made nt 20 to 22 cents but
no sales are niiule nt so high a tlguru.
Tho buyers won't pay ao high a price
as yet. In the Puyallnp valley growers
claim they can get 20 cents. New York
quotations are 20 cents for choice oH'or
ings. Eighteen cents is ottered by
buyers in this county but no sales are
being made, Ihe producers being willing
to wait on the present prospect of n
advance in tho market.
A Woni.n-CviM.iNO Hicvct.tsT. - Frank
(1. Lens, a bicyclist on his way mound
the world, passed through Oregon City
Monday afternoon from Portland and
proceeded up tho valley via Albany, Eu
gene and the Siskiyou divide. Heex
HH.tB to reach San Francisco in two
woeks, when ho will cross to Japan and
proceed around tho world reaching New
Yoik in 1804. He loft Now York last
Juno and is in the employ of the Outing
Wantkii A small tract of land near
Oregon City, cleared or partially so. Ad
dress, with terms and description, A,
Tucker, Vernonla, Oregon.
Wantkd. W'IxhI haulers. Call at
office of Oregon City Manufacturing Co.
on or before Monday next for particulars
KKAI KHTATK TKANHt'EKH.
Httmnmry of Hid lleeila Filed In the
County lU'corder't Olllre.
The real eataU) trAimferA Involving
mora than II each II led In the recorder'i
olllce laat week were at followa:
John A TallMirt And wife to A W
Mllla pt YVilli.m T Mutlock I
I- V, 1 A:re t
I) K llaknr an nd wile to N O
Walilcn, M K 1'iirrliiA I) I V
322.85 Acre 25,(171
Williwm It Wade and wife to Jno
It KdwurdH I 4, h 1, I'arimll'n
ad Oregon City 250
T I. ChuriiiAii, trnati-e, to W II
Dohhiim, I U, t H, K.iuth Oregon
Wlllimii l.ung to Mux Kculplna pt
I 2:1 and 24, t li I, r I w, lit Acre
Knini'i M linker lo John linker
pt a 7, t 5 i, r 3 e, 14 Acre. . , ,
lleiijiimin llarleiwAiid wife to Jno
HlirlVhA on-fill It iutuient in
"II. H7 Acroa .
0 A V It It Co to H W It Joiiua
aiv'a i 21, t 5 , r 3 e, 80 a 2H0
Huiiio to aame wig a '4 i II, 1 5 a,
I r 3 e, wi Acrt-A 400
j H W It Joiica And w ife to W T
I llurnuy aame Aa aluve two WXJ
J Augtiat lloldon And wife to Jacob
Haner w' ne' 20, t f , r 3 e
80 Acre 800
:Hmne toaAinenw.1 m'i $ 20, t 5 ,
I r 3 e, 40 Acree 200
I JacoI) ISaiHT wnd w ife to Kred
J llAiier 145 Acrea 700
U VV Covuy And wife to Kdward
llnlloway 1311.75 Acre 1.200
II K liimick and wife to Henry
Van rrooyen e,', ae1 a 13; w t
nu'4 and im'4 iiu'4' 24, t I,
r2e, 200 cie 1,800
J C'arlmail and wife to (iolda
(ioldateiil pt W 11 Konlyco I) L
C, 25 Acree. .. 750
Klir.ahvlli and Alfred ljvelace
to Andrew Weiae 15 7,'i w; rda 20
O & 0 H K Co to I Inns Jepton
aw'nw'a'An, t3, r4e 100
John It AMhjU to Chrintiuii Lv
rem 11,2 mid 3, a 15, t 4 a, r 1
e, 82.HU acrea 2.000
Jonepli W Keuna to Jmnea 11
lloggeaa nw'4' a 12, t 2 a, r (I e,
1(10 acre 250
Jonaa Sholin mid wile to N O
Wul.leii, IniHtee, I 10, b 8,
Previously reported since Jan. 1 8118,343
licholiitlons of Itexpect.
Oawsiio, Sept. 24 To the X. (5., V.
(i., Ol!icer, and Member of Oswego
Lodge Xo. P3 1. O. O. K. :
Inasmuch as it has pleased the Su
preme Killer of the universe to remove
from our lodge our In-loved brother, Jo
seph Zimmerman : therefore, la? it
Kemilveil, That in the deatii of brother
Zimmerman this lodne has loot a tried
and worthy memlier, the community an
honored citixen, and hi family a kind
and loving liusliand Anil father.
Hesolved, further, That we extend our
deep sympathy and condolence to bis
family in this ad hour of Itereavement.
Iteaolved, further, that a copv of these
resolution" be sent to the family of our
deceased brother, that copies lie sent to
the local paier, and thnt they be spread
upon the minutes a A part uf the perma
nent record of this lodw'e
11 . G. Starkwkathkk,
J. S. lilsl.KY.
(i. W. Pkosskr.
Declaration of liileullon. '
The lollowing declarations of Intention
to become citizens of the United States
were Hied with County Clerk Horton
during the month of September:
Frank P. Jones Itritish
Victor Furrer Swiss
JobiiT. Uoss Itritish
William lioss Itritish
James W. TavWr British
William 1. Hedford English
E. L. liarrett English
Andrew Eblers German
Fied Hesse Gorman
August Hermann German
Alexander Gordon English
A certificate of full citizenship was is
sued to Alexander Gordon, a Canadian.
Prim Mii.k. Johnson it Warnack
will deliver pure, fresh milk lo all parts
ol the city both niorninir and evening.
Good pasture, pure water and healthy
Iteniarkable cures of Catarrh eflt-ctml liy the
ut at Ayer's Karsaiuii'lllA aro conclusive,
proofs that this loathsome, anil iliiiincroiis
illsi'H,se Is one ot the blooo, neeiliug only
this searching and powerful alterative to
thoroughly eradicate lu
" I Imvo aiiHcrcd lor years from catarrh,
widen was so severe that It destroyed my
appetite and weakened my system. None of
the remedies I took afforded me any relief,
until 1 used Ayer's Sarsnparllla. 1 boRim to
bike this medicine lust spring, and am now
entirely free from Unit disgusting disease.
My appetite has returned, and 1 am once
more strong and healthy." Susan h. W.
Cook, mil Albany street, Boston Highlands,
" My son - now fifteen years of aga was
troubled for a Ioiir time with catarrh, In Its
worst form, through the effects of which his
blood becaaio poisoned. About a year aire
hfl began using Ayor's Harsariarllla, has
taken seven bottles of It, and is now entirely
well." I). P. Korr, Big Spring, Ohio.
" I was cured of a long-standing catarrh
by the use of Ayer's Sarsaparllla." James
J. IXniRlier, CompAny 13th lufantry, Fort
Wlngate, N. M.
Or. J. 0. AYER ft CO., Lowsll, Matt.
SoldbjDrujgttu. l, six At, WorthASabotU.
A Hnaii: Kibbori at one-third price
At Hamilton A Allen'a.Clnckamaa. tf
Ladiea' And (inula', robe At If oln-An A
Warner'A Undertaking parlors. tf
HolniAn AWsnier, Undertakers And
KinbAlmera, Oregon City Hank building.
MeediiiAti'a soothing Kjwder for
teething babies and feverish children,
now only fifty cents a packet. Accept
none but Ntnedinan's. tf
Wedding stationery, the latest styles
And Hneat assortment ever brought to
Oregon City at the Kntkiii'Whk office.
Ontral addition to Oiegon City in lots
And blix:k to suit purchaser, l'rupnrty
cheap, terms easy. See L. It. Jannky,
with W. Carey Johnson. tf
If you want furniture go lo Itelloiny &
liusch opposite oat ollice. You can get
bedroom suits for 18.70. Call and ex
Amine our goods U;fore buying else
IxmngcH, chairs, etc., upholstered At
Hohuan A WArner's. All work guAr
antwid. He air alt your old lounges for
little money and they will be good aa
Illank note, receipt and order books
At the K.VTKKI'KlsK ollice.
When vou Are in need of rubber goods,
oil clothing, ladiea and gents overshoes
And rubber boots. Don't forgtt that
Hamilton A Washburn of the Park
Place stoie keep everything in this line
that is needed. tf
lielloiny A lluacb, the house furnish
ers will sell ash bedroom suits 20x24
beveled glass for 1H. Ash Clonal suits
for IK, Iledstead and chairs sold At
the lowest price from August 15th to
SepU-mlmr 15th. Now is the time to
buy your furniture. tf
Justice blanks, real estate blank, and
all other blanks At the Entkhi-sihk of
lice, Portland price.
HcAUtlful Suliurbau Hume.
One mile Ami a nuarter fiom town,
good board walk past the land. Acre
tracts to suit purchaser, term easy, the
finest suburban property offered for Bale,
yet on the market New proposed
motor line from Portland. High and
sightly. See L. II, Jannkv with W.
Carey Johnson tf
It has Is-en naid that were man
constant he would lie perfect. It
will breed distrust to offer " gome
thing for nothing." We would ex-
p-et you to watch ub the rest of the
time. We have but one plan we
aim to give good value and proper
service to every customer all the
time. The bent "offer" we think
of to induce you to buy of ub is to
give you what you want and charge
the right price every time.
Our prescriptions, our toilet arti
cles, our paints and oils, in .fact
everything we carry are "one price
to all." We invite comparison.
Caufield & Huntley,
Near the Court House, Oregon City.
Between now and January
1st you will have to renew
subscriptions for most of
your pnjH'rs and magazines,
and choose the new ones you
wish to put on your list. You
Save the Expense,
The chance of loss or delay
and all the annoyance of re
mitting direct, by leaving
your order at the Hook Store.
We guarantee, safe arrival of
the lirst number; or of all
numbers if you get them nt
the stove. But a still safer
and more convenient way is
to get your periodicals at
The News Stand.
The price is the same with
but few exceptions; you can
usually get them a day or
two earlier than by mail;
there are no missing or de
layed copies; you do not
have to pay in advance, and
you can change when you
lease or drop out poor ntm
ers. Huntley's Book Store.
NEW YORK GALLERY.
Photographs Delivered Promptly in the
Finest Style of Art.
Fine Crayon Work a Specialty.
Old Fictures Copied to Any Sine. Satis
8Uery Hsat Pott Offlot, 0BES0N OITT, OS.
To buy dry goods of all kinds, men's and boys' clothing,
ladies', misses' and children's cloaks of latest cut and
superior quality of goods, children's school shoes,
mackintoshes and rubber goods fine groceries and pro
visions in fuct anything you want to wear or eat, is
THIS:- PIONEER -: STORE,
THOMAS CHARMAN & SON.
LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S.
?loa!s! ?loals! ?loals!
All of the latest cut and of a superior class of goods,
MEN'S, YOUTH'S AND BOYS'-
Direct from Chicago, and the most complete line
ever brought to Oregon City.
Mackintoshes and Rubber Goods
All fresh and of superior quality.
One Price to All
Wash Silks, per dozen skeins, 40c
Knitting Silk, per spool, 30c
Sewing Silk, 3 spools, 20c
Tidy Cotton, 4 balls, 25c
ALL SILK RIBBONS, FANCY GOODS,
STAMPING PATTERNS, CROCHET COTTON,
K T C O S T I
Mrs. G. W. Rich, Oregon City, Or.
Oregon City Iron Works for all kinds of Machine
work and Casting.
To Traction Engines, Threshing Machines, Har
vesters, Mowers, Etc., promptly attended to.
Are equal to the lowest to be had in Portland.
Shop on Fifth St. near Main, Oregon City.
J. ROAKE, Prop.
CITY VIEW MARKET,
HENRY BOYER, Proprietor,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Fresh Beef, Mutton, Pork, Ham, Bacon anil Lard.
THE BEST OF MEAT KEPT AND SATISFACTION GIVEN,
8HOP ON SEVENTH 8TREET, AT HEAD OF STAIRS.
MOODY & VAUGHAX,
Leaders in Low Prices.
Thoir stock is complete in
Dry Goods, Groceries,
Boots and Shoes, Notions, Etc,
Country Produce Handled.
TO OREGON CITY.
And That the Lowest.
Out Sale !
W. H.COOKE, Manager,
Successor to U. H . T . 4 L. Co.
Comer Fourth and Main Streets,
The LEADING LIVERY STABLE
of the City. Rigs of any description
furnished on short notice.
All kinds of Truck and Delivery Busi
ness promptly attended to.
Horses Boarded and Fed on reason