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Oregon City Enterprise.
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HtlPAY. MAY 12. ima
What do You Tblnk or It!
t I I t 1 I
A .,rly III ercli a ueairatuu ima-
, L r lioiiin, would havw to walk
half liutir from tliii runt I'lul of Dig
f lnniin brldga In Oregon City lo
ill lot (r I-') "till hill t that.
viuan walk 'M Iwl and take pannage
a splendidly wuiM'il nliM-trif motor
i In i minute (' 2a
ul In iIip haii'Uoini'' mhnrh In tint
il.l ahum Villi full llllV lietter n
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,1'HAY OF THE FALLS.
lice lli" net Tim Ki"l I'mtil.
pound X Hiiny lull '.'' cent at
t Ited rroiil .
D vmii umitioM'll ymtr proa-riy.lial It
h Wade II. Spencer
Iihui'kle'a I.I'm nr Mukaak coffee
. f..iit at The Ivfl Front.
jj 4ii ul horn-a (or iwl" cheap. In
., ft., ul ('. W. I'lirltr. (in icmC'lty
jitiildiii M Vnlilitirn in ayiliK lli
! J..-M prim lnr gmin. Imy rtc,
.-ailin mill i'xIiiui (or (iiiltnri), vluliim,
i. 4 luliiii ml Imnjuii l lliiriiii'Ulrr A
i vu nl Hit Urvt ol lltlit to your
f - jH.ily mil mi VI II. Hnrr, Orr-
; iiy. Own.
'n... I'mk rime Kinru liaU In 'riif
:l llmrt, WlllilnWH, IiIIIkK' ml (II
! klcni timli-rliil,
Tl- li.t ol WoiliU Kir vlnllorn im-iiI
!i ll'liiiaitufiir Hi" tOlh lni'Uili' I.
1 . 51 ""7 ul thii iiiy.
1b' WM.Ii' ul thin city will I ili''l
't-'ikji'inr thiii llie Kvaiitfvlii-kl coiifi-rnire
! sif.-tiiMii'il Kuv. A. l-.rimlto IniclinrtiK
in tb- 'ity.
j ytw llit niriti Iihk ciiiiio von
j i:i fiijny ri.lt mi llm river do not fowl
' !' .tVupt. Iliiiuly linn Milne ol lli lliiml
: l , lnkiirH out, I'riri'i n'imoiiiililu.
Vistiiii. 4,i)iinly warrant). I want
I H) (X) worth of nullity warrant for
i1:i'ioll I will pay tliu liilii't caiili trli.
Ti K. UYAS.Main at ma. 't
Tln rrt am tlilrty-lliroa ai'pllfnnti lor
'..friiirn uiuliTKoliiK rxaiuinatioii
' if I'oiinty SuHiriiitiiiiliiit (iiliHon,
I tliii UHninUiit t'xaiiiini'rii, C. K. IVaw
nil jioo. Story.
t Cukitiiin SwM'iuiy, I,'. S, A., San lii'Ki
pi (hhv: "Shlloli'a Catarrh Kommly
Li Ihi'lii.t i, .,uli. 'ii. u I Imvn ii vii r (oil l))
iliut Voiilil do inn any Kooil." TrifefiO
r. ;roli Iiy .:, (i. Miintmy.
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Mtim. I 'k! iii ill ,..,r ami l.lvurmoro art'
L'.n IP imikIiii) out nl the oh! hiinIi
.ii Kkxir liirtnry unit uioviiiK it .' it to
)ii (inrlli-lil ini)liliiirliiK)il whiTii it
H!! lie iimul In run a niiW mill, flu'
will uUolm tnkiill tiH mm n ax tin'
I will permit.
!li hnin A. K.l'urk ol Maryavillo Kanniin
" im ti-n looking aliout ()re')n City ami
i r iiManil thii punt w-ceU to neo how he
fvh 'ilm Uokn n( Ilium with ii view of
m- ii nlhu up u law ulllrn. Ilu In un old
,',l,")iitHiicol (im). C. ItrowiH'll ami
I'lur, ,,,loMl'll II H tt) llU ll'Klll
I'nji-r tl.n heml of "Tiixpnyera Iimul
o-ii l irlliii t," Moiniioiic, not aperillml
ii imueil a remiliitinn rallimt upon the
,.'i"'i8of th'm county to iihhiiii1)1o In
fcli 'oj iliMtrii-t nit)iitin( to clci-t ilelo
fcll N in a 1 1 in hh I'onvdiitioii to Im lielil in
V"A"i City iMny ;i(Uli "to tlclilioruto on
f' t'rvi conilition Unit confronln the
If l:iji rH" wlndi tlio ciri'tiliir Hutu up
$I'J,(KH) liultilituilmiHH reported
fi tliecmiiil jury expurt.
l)Vr'liHi.IenMio Ackurinun who Ih on lior
t4 attnnil the Wonian'i conitreH) at
XlioHilion. will Hiiiutlc lit tlio Con-
I -liUollul l-liiiri-li nurt I'rliluv OVOIliniE
I1'"' lier journey aronml the worlil.
I'Hh travuleil 1)0,00 iiiilen anil vimtetl
cuuntriuH. Khe will upear In
1 "St ume of an Aaiutio woman and
l!t'lly IntereHtml audieneej
' Vi-r hIiu haa Hiiokim. AdmittHion
. "Ut a colluution will bo takon to
t'lTI COUNCIL .VEETIM.
Adjourned Nnmliiri of
Main Mlrret to
I.- A, Nohln (rmiliiil liiillditiK permit
U) iiret t curruiiatml iron nhml.
Miior tii Kiiwi of M. J. llroilerii-lc ro
nawad for another ynar.
Ordlnaiice read flmt tliim and ordered
pul.lilii.d il.M'lrlii tlm KliiKer mill
p;opnrty a nuaiici., ami granting to lint
hoard of water romiiilimiomira tlm rlnht
to Iwiutt I0,0(K) Imiii'U fur Improvii
ThiH-oiiiuiltles apHintiid hy thocitl-
aelia' meetlnutowaltoll theMeaum Htnel
of the F.aat Kldii Itullway ami am ertaln
what the comiiaiiy would do In tlm I
nveiil of Improving with (ravel, remrU'i
that they would lay a dntihlii trark a
far aa Mi ma mreut providing the eity
would agree not to Improve the atreel
Inrther lor three year. Thla proK.
lion waaalom-a relivted hy ihe rotinell
ami a motion made to lake up Ihe report
of the i-ommlllet) whirll reeom mended
rejet ling all hid for the Improvement of '
Main mreut. Thla led to a protracted !
liM iiHaioii y memher of the coum ll
and ciliwiia, after which the report of j
the comiiiitteuwa adopted. Notice w
then ordered iuililinlie.l of llm nn.i-Mu .l '
Improvement of Main aln-et hy grading
ami paving with vitrified hrii k from
Sm-oml to M')a, and with gravel from
Twelfth lo Fourteenth, the real of the
tl rue I lo he treatled.
I'fler Paiio. nerved notice on the
council that he ahotild never permit the
Pai! til he built on Iheeatahliahed grade.
City Attorney II. K Cro mailu a
Intemelil by ri'iueal of the council, rel
ative t i llie con hllon of Ihe mil to re
train Ihe county from collecting from
llm rraldenta of III" city the two mill
mail tax lor IK'.C. In tin unit the de
mur of the comity waa overruled and the
complaint held good. The chmi im now
ready for trial and a axciiil early date
ia likely to te act for it hearing,
l'IAOS AM) Ollta.
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:uift Waahingtoii Street Cortland Oregon,
I cany a full line of the following
muki-a nf plalioa and orgn for which I
i-iiiilrol the exclilaive aale III the atate of
T'leae pinmai are manufactured hy
J. I. Il.ile A Co. Ml W. Ilfith atnna New
York, e'tlililie.l ainre 1i0. The Hale
ia a good aiibataiitial, liUMlcrate priced !
piano which lean coiiacitinlioualy re
commend and m-ll aa auch. There ate
over eighty-eight thouaand of thine
plalioa In nv tmUy throughout the
I'niteil Slali and giving Halinfaction.
K I III A 1,1.
Theae aiiM'rli planoa are iiiaiiiifai lurt'd
hy the W. W. Kimball Co. of Chicago,
eatahlinhed aim-e 1 S.'7. The Kimball
com puny tiac only the heal material In
their planoa and employ none hut
The Kimball piano ia elegant in tone,
touch, deaigu ami tlniah, luia a (icrfecl
acale, line Htiataining quality and re
It i emlorm-d hy Adeline 1'ittti, Tam
agini, Alhanl. I'irente, Nordica, Minnie
Hank, I.illio Lehman, Lillian Kunwill,
Fnul Archer and inanv other, aim) hy I ,
lluptiat College, I'ierfO City, Mo. I 111
verity of Nolle Paine, Ind., Moiilicello
Suninaiy, III. Wealeyan College of
Muair, Ind.. lllooinington Conwrvatory
of Miiaio HI .Mount St. Jowph Acad-uny
la., Waterman Hall, III. and many other
achiHila and college throughout the
I' n I ted Stile, too iimiieroiiN to mention.
On Monday the man of the State v
Wm. Hemleraon on a remand from the
atiprt'inii court for a new trial, wa called
and the primmer entered a pica ol guilty
of murder In the second degree, which
plea the court accepted, and time tieing
waived the primmer waa aenkmced to
the penitentiary for life. The mime even
ing he waa taken to the penitentiary
and tti tin end the Ilendcmou cane.
Tho W'll" ''a'1" ''"'P 1 "lMr j
eompany have purchased 4,(KMI,tH)0 feet
of line spruce logs from the lower Col-
umbiii which they will have brought up
to their mill on the Juno rise, lliry
wt use this in making woon puip in i
. i f ... ,n.,., ulili-li Is lui:iir held I
llliri'UllMiwiin" e. i
tiMi hiiih for their use. They find spruce
fuliyas giMid and expect to use only
that kind of logs next season.
May l!th at Shivuly's ojiera house
thero will bo presented by tho Philo
matlu'oft society of thu high school a
literary entertainment of rare merit, tlio
object being to ralso funds for the pur
chase of a library. The objoct Is a
most worthy one.
II. J. Livermoro bus sold his dining
mom and kitchen to W. E. T. Mallschar
ol Vancouver, who will take charge of
thetn next Monday He comes well
recom mended anil Intends to run a first
Monday Chits. Nohlittsr. was thrown
from a horse on Seventh street near
John Adams, and striking upon his
head was rendered unconcious for a time
hut is now much better.
Marrind. at their future home in Mt.
Il....ni.. nn Mav 10 til 1MIKI, hv Kov
(). Win. Gihony, Air
and Miss Mary J
Miss Bertha Chase of Colfax, Wash.,
is visiting her aunt, Mrs. 11. D. Wil
son and may remain for tho summer.
Heinl-lViileoulul of Methodmm.
From May 4th to 7th limhialve there
waa held an IntereMliiK aeriea of uieet
liitta at the Methodint church In thla
city In honor of and to cvluhrate the
completion of lllty yearn of avtcreaitlve
clniri h work In till city. The inimtinK"
were well atutnded and IntnrenUiiK
throughout, TI.e aervkea 0iened on
Thuraday evenln with an iiiteri-ntliiK
addrena hy I)r, (1. W. iu, of Portland
IiIn duhJiH-l heinK, 'ItuminiKrentea of
On Friday C. M. Wire. jirnHlilinK
elder of thla diitrk-t held quarterly meet
Inn mid In the evenliiK Ir. (,'harlei Kd
Wlir ' I-1" of I'ortlnml Kve an addntna
entitled ' the raraoii, Mia 1'arliili. Ilia
Privilege ami III rredlcamnnta," which
wa iiiiii h enjoyed hy hi audience,
On Saturday evening Dr. II. K. Mine
drew a large crowd to hear an addre
ri-iiilnlwriil of ieroiiul and general
MitihixliHt work In thiacity ami In Ore
gon. He mild: "Our gathering i-ele-
' hrate the ai'ini-renti-nninl of the etal-
Ihd'tnent of Melhodiam In thla place."
H" reid from the tnamiwriit journal of
"l'v- J""1"1 l'1'0 n 'count of hi flrat
,,,,r8 ln ttururi of 18.U, when
he waa aearchlng for a (ilave to locale
hi Indian liiiion. lie referred to the
iH-giniilng of miMiionary work here in
IMl.hyltev. A. F. Waller aa an In
dian mlaalon and the enlargement of the
acoie of hi work in atep taken for the
erection of a church, w hich wa the flrat
church of any denomination north of
California, and it wa occupied for wor
hlp In 1813. In 1K4 (iualavua Uinel
followed Mr. Waller, who built the par
onage in which the paator vtill reida.
a I no tilanted what ia known aa the "hi-
toric apple tree" which la alill atanding,
the htrgi-nl and oldeat applelree aotlth of
! the Columbia river. Various eminent
men followed Mr. Ilinea until in tK.Yt,
the riM-aker hlmaelf waa apoiiiU-d pat
I tor ami aerved the chtirilt in this city
i ami traveled a long circuit health- tin-
I til the fall of ISTiti. SuWipicntly D. K.
J lllaine, I). Ituthiuii, J. O. Keynur, C. C.
I Slratloii, J. I. Urion, J, T. Wolfe, and
1 (i. Ilinea again served the aiime. Gov
j emor Abernethy and wife and many
other prominent citizen were long mem
i member of thia hiatortc church. The
j aMaker relU-d many incident con
J uncivil with In own early work here,
audi a the holding of a camp meeting
without any luininterial help on Clear
creek where he preached three time s
day for alHiut a week, when a large iiiiin
ler of ieraon weie converted andl)e
came member of the church.
Mr. I line ajioke for an hour and
twenty minute in a way to hold the
undivided and ever iucreaaing interval
of the audience until the cluce of the
addrvaa. He gave aome glowing eulo
gica on auch men a Ie, Kolwrta, Wal
ter and I'eame with their aer) and con
jugatea in the early work of Mclhodmtn
In Orcgen.and alao in the nohle laymen
who helped lay theae foundation and
do ihi work . The audience wa de
lighted and inBtnicted by the addn.
On Sunday morning the ltev. C. C.
Stratum occupied the pulpit and
preached an ehxpicnt acrmon, his sub
ject lining, "The Progieaeof Chriatian
ity." The building waa filled to over
(lowing, many of tboae who were prveent
being old parinhoners af I'r. Stralton's
when he waa locateil here from lHli'J to
(A The aermon wa remarkable for
it careful rencurclt and the deep thought
evinced throughout, In the afternoon
the Nervice wa termed a veteran's Love
F'eaHt, ttioao iaiticipating being mainly
thoae who had formerly been connected
with the church here. The meeting waa
conducted by Ir. II. K, Ilinea w ho did
much to add life and Interval to the
Bcrviit'H. Those who participated in
the exerciae and contributed interesting
reininiiKi'iu'na were Dr. F. lKane of
l'ortlnnd, Ir. P. K. Ulaine of Seattle
and Iiev. A. J. Joalyn, who wag brought
up in thia pariah, hut who is now located
ai Aberdeen, Waili. The concluding
meeting of the series was that of Sunday
evening at which an able and cllcctive
diacottrHe waa preached by Dr. lHane.
U Is a cold place now around the Union
,)mi.i(! im,,,0HOt w,u. Sluitn &
, 0V(,tl.B m,w iuu )lllt j8 irwrjn)( 80ii(i
fc f , u, w,id w,u u
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comes Iroiu lite lank win pcrnui prim 10
.i,,.,,!, ,i.a rili, B.i ,,r.nn
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recognized 100 feet away. Mr.
T. L. Armstrong, of tho Oakland Iron
Works, which built the machine, says
that it is the largest and best machine
on the coast having at present a capacity
of 50 tons per day. Tho nitichino
started off without a jar and from Ihe
first did good service. Wednesday fine
cake of ice, eight Inches thick and each
weighing half a ton were taken out, and
the same evening two carloads were sent
to Portland. Horeaftor tho output will
be sunt by barge down the river. A fine
salmon froxon in a cake of Ice and set
out on the sidewalk in front of Smith A
I.ovctt's o.llce attracted quite a crowd on
Owing to the several meetings being
held in the city last Saturday evening
tho reading room contributors hold no
mooting, but adjourned to meet on Satur
day evening of this week. Everyone
should be present.
Mrs. Rolfe Lowry, noe Clara Ronald,
now of San Francisco Cal. who is well
know n to many of the young folks hore,
presented her husband with a hand
some daughter on the 19th of last month.
THE LEADING GROCERY HOUSE!
The Most Complete
and only first
ed, our prices are
always the lowest.
Cor. 7th & Madison, Shively Building, Oregon City
Posson's Seeds Grow
ALSO HRADQtJAtmWS POR
HI H .M Cfl.113,
RMBaV WiriM. PTC.
tltiO iteward, $100.
The reader of this paper w ill be plead
ed to learn that there is at least one
dreaded disease that sci-nce ha been
able to cure In all It stages, and that is
Catarrh. Hall' Catarrh Cure i the only
poaitlve cure known tothe medical
fraternity. Catarrh being a constitution
al treatment, Hall' Catarrh Cure is
taken inle.ually, acting directly on the
blood and mucous surfaces of the sys
tem, thereby destroying the fonnda'ion
Of the disease, and giving the patient
strength by building up the constitution
and assisting nature in doing it work.
The proprietor have so much faith in
it curative power, that they offer One
Hundred lMlar lor anv caetlRt it fails
to cure Sin I for list of U-Mtimonials.
Address, F. J. Chunky A Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Notice is hereby given that the part
nership heretofore existing between I.C.
F.lliotland F. A. I'.ohna, doing business
under the linn name of Elliott A Bohna,
at Damascus, Oregon, is dissolved by
mutual consent. The business will lie
continued by J. C. Elliott & Co., who
w ill collect all bills and pay all accounts
against the flint of Elliott A IUtlina.
J C. Kl-UOTT,
F. A. lioiiN.
Damascus, Ore.. May 9. I.
The members of Col. E. D. Baker
and the Ladiea' Aid Society of the same
would hereby extend their sincere
thanks to the members of the ti. A. H..
Woman's Relief Corps and the other
friends who so generously aided them
in entertaining the Division Encampment
ot the Son's of Veteran of Oregon.
Karl's Clover lioot, the new Blood j
1'urifler, gives freshness and clearness to J
the Complexion and cure Constipation.
2."ic., 60c. and $1.00. Sold by C. G. j
Shiloh's Cure, the Great Cough and j
Croup Cure, is tor sale by us. Pocket
sire contains twenty-live doses, only 25c. '
Children love it. C. G. Huntley.
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Wilson A Cooke carry a complete line
of w agons hacks and buggies, also plows,
i,..-mua iMiliivatora ami hand seeders
Remember we carry them it. stock.
Watches, clocks and jewelry repaired
promptly at Burmeister A Andresn's.
Prices reasonable and work guaranteed .
Money to loan on good farms at 8 per
cent. Call on Wadis H. Scknikk,
I jtill want a few more choice loans on
Clackamas county farms. Wadk 11.
SfKNi KK, Oregon City, Oregon.
Washburn mandolins, guitHrs and
banjos at Burmeister A Andreaen's. x
Ilolnnin A Walling ate prepared to fit
I .... Kahoa tu.l.tiL- I'nrlliinil mii',,H .
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Mortgage loans on improved farms at
C. O. T. Williams.
ONE PURE BAKING POWDER, AND THAT IS
Cream Baking Powder
Surpassing all others in its quick and perfect work.
' Where good, pure, wholesome
food is required, . . ....
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
Should be used. No other does such perfect work.
DR. PRICE'S is The Only Pure
Cream of Tartar Baking Powder.
Others contain Ammonia, Alum, Lime or other hurtful ingredients.
Importers and dealer, in
Choice Fail tons
Selected Teas.I'ure Coffees & Spices.
Butter & Cheese from best dairies
Mid Vegetables in Season.
JJrj Thla "ad" tent to tu with a
fifteen cents on your first order.
MADE OF UNUSUALLY NOVEL
AND TAILORED IN A MANNER
Entirely Superior to the so
Called "Fine" Ready Made Suits
Occupy a Prominent Posi
tion in Our Very Large Stock of
Summer '93, from
The Clothiers, Hatters and Furnishers.
Have votir lace curtains, shirts, collars
and cuffs laundried by the Troy Steam
I-oundry, office with F. A. Waddock,
postothce building. Bundles left at the
office by Tuesday night will be returned
on Saturday morning.
Shiloh's Vitalixer is what you need for
Dyspepsia, Torpid Liver, Yellow Skin or
Kidney Trouble. It is guaranteed to
give you satisfaction. Price 75c. Sold
by C. G. Huntley.
f,8IIi Fish. At Humphrey's fish
market all kinds of fresh and salt water
flail, crabs, lobsters ami oysters. Live
and dressed chickens. Free delivery to
all parts of the city.
Lamps, crockery and g'assware of fac-
tory prices. New invoice just received
from the east. Will not
See Bellomy A Busch.
Justice blanks, real estate blanks, and
alt other blanks at the Entkhfrisk of
fice. Portland prices.
In the line of furniture, carpets, win
dow shades, wall paper, lounges and
mattresses yon can beat l'ortlnnd prices
by calling in the Oregon City banic
block under the Enterprise office, x
It is to our interest to please every
economical buyer. BkllomyA Bcscii. tf
The latest in visiting cards at the Es
tkkchisk Okfic.e. Prices to suit you.
Blank note, receipt and order books
at the E.sTKKi'HisB office.
On Business Principles.
One Price to All.
Positively no con
nection with any
request for Catalogue la good fof
$7.50 to $16.50.
3doora below, in E. D. Kelly's building,
where the remainder of the stock will be
cloesed out regardless of cost.
Be Yonr Own Master.
Ftw people appreciate how much
their impressions, their whims and im
pulses, and in fact all their mental en
ergy depends on the harmonious action
of all the vital organs. A poorly digested
dinner may make one quarrel with a
friend. A contested liver may bring
imaginary gloom and trouble into the
sunniest day. A rheumatic pain may
keep you from business or work and en
tirely change some marked out policy.
A few doses of Moore's Revealed Remedy
will give tone to every function and
make you enjoy your friends and your
There is nothing I have ever used for
muscular rheumatism that gives me as
much relet as Chamberlain's Pain Balm
does. I have used it for two years four
bottles in all as occasion required, and
always keep a bottle of it in my home.
I believe I know a good thing when I
get bold ot it, and Pain Bulm is the best
liniment I have ever met with. VV. B.
Denny, dairyman, New Lexington, Ohio.
50 cent bottles for sale by Geore A.
When one thinks of the prices they
have been paying for their upholstered
goods, or bedsteads, it is not strange that
they are surprised when they learn
they can get a first-class spring edge bed
lounge for $12.50, hard edge for $9, a
box mattress, new and without a blem
ish for $4.00; bran new bedsteads $1.50.
Call on Holman A Walling and you will
understand the reasons thereof. x
Protkct Yoi'R8klf. Insure your prop
erty in the Guardian Assurance compa
ny of London. Cash assets $23,000,000.
F. E. DONALDSON,
Oregon City, Oregon.
Now that you are thinking of building
and want the very best quality of lum
ber delivered on short notice it will be
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