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CHAT ABOUT TOWN.
Good green tea 3(V. a Mund, ('In, ten
am-ulorml 37c. a ihiiiiuI at llio lUvl
W. II Iluriihardl has chautfitd Oman
jwaraurool III olllee lit the k1 uillre
much lor llm Ix'tlor.
lU'llniiijr iV Hiiavli luiiniti in port
laud, tlirn'for if't their Jrlna Ixdore
you buy III Portland.
II. A Hand has nulla to work In the
I'Mlulln n Bllil Will U Ullfllrd at till)
gpiinfut delivery window.
Tim ik IkmiI III llm liixirKn luxil
dial r li t tn Monday with an en
rolliiK'iil ol iwnity. I is Thomas I
Oi IoImt 1st I M',1.1 wm celebrated t
the Inline ol H. I.. Iloliiinn by the liirtli
ol a flue baby !rl of which Kom la fl
eer .lilinly iroli.
iry iimn'il mir l.'i to 10 lbs. 1.
fnvn coffin '."-'!. mat conVe'J.V. pound
ml school book mill ii'illi' away
down, nt (lie lUxl Kront.
Tin" niM-iial ilnm-0 kIvimi ill l'o'i Imll
Uot Sttliir.lny nllil wan well iiianiigi-l.
A lrw'" cruwJ wa In atli'iiilnnco and all
rlijovi-.l tlirliiM'lvta liiulily.
Murriivl, at thn Mftlio.lil aronaiin
by ltv. (ialirltd Hyknn, K.t. , 1hii;I,
lr hiinTt Nifi(ir to Mi Martha
K. Hyki't, hoth of (!lai kaniM county.
Ilui klnKliaiu'a lyo lor tlm Whiaknni
dor il -ork thoruiwlily, rolorlnu a uni
lofin hrown or lihick. which, wlmn dry,
will iiclthcr nil), wnali off, nor aoll linvn.
Mi'ldrum McCowu and Id-nry Halia
bury ri'turiiKti (rum a camping trip out
on Salmon river tint hint o( thn wtnk and
rvHrl havlnn had lota ol Huh and two
Mr. Al lliiKitina, thn old ruliahle homo
(hour will ho found at K. F. Kciipturo't
blatkmnith'a ahop wlu-ro ho will he
plfawd to mmt old and new tricnd
C. I'. Wlnoaol w ho waa lnjurol aovoral
wrcki ainro by lalliiiK from tlm trvtitlu In
the northern part of the city U In a bad
way aa hi lowor llinha aro ontlroly uo
li'M, and It la fuartsl that ho cannot
Tha formula ol Aynr'i SanB(arilla la
well known to the modical profcwtion,
and nnlvenially approval. The reputa
tion of th firm (juarantoo rxctillnnce and
uniformity In the medicine, nd the
world'a exiMrleiico lor m-Rrlv half
tury linn fully di,mo1ntrati'd ita value.
Fall of 1893.
REHDY WITH NEWEST STYLES
IT IS EASY TO MAKE SUCH CLAIMS BUT WE HAVE THE PROOF IN
FALL AND WINTER LINE OF DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
Furnishing Goods, Notions Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, Etc.
3 i l rrrn P- do for you at this time in the way of goods you want. With the BEST OF EVERY.
THING the new season brings and pricesdown to the LOWEST POINT ever named for honest
goods, it will be to your interest to trade
htle I'rrai Amorlnf lou.
Tl,e 1 Ung ol the Ou'koii Htato 1W
AHu.latloii in 1-urtUriil lunt wuek wul
wll alUinded and conalduruhlo Imoor
tnl I'linlmm. iranHacled o( Internal more
particularly to the fraternity. On Frl
li.y evmtltig the aamlutlon wua Joined
by Urn Waahlnulori cditoni, alwul forty
Iron- and the two Miun In united aea
Ion pruc wided to enjoy thuuiMilvua.
Friday uvmiliig aa given P to the
theaiie at the Muniimii Orand where a
very plcnaant irformuii.! waa witiiuanod.
(aturday a train took the party
to Hood lllver where aeveral houra
ore iient In viewing the iiiuxiilllceut
dUplay there guthorud, that of applet
heiim particularly lliiu. Kelurniug two
ol the fdiiora tut in the cab with the
engineer and the way the coachea
whipped through the tuiinela and around
the curvea waa a caution. Sixty mileaan
hour waa regulation Kait and the cow
that ti pH.i on the truck took a flying
trip tluough the air, leaving llambiirK
aleak atrew n far and nt ur. In the eve
ning every tody atiemled the exiomtiou
after which all repaired to the Motel
I'orllund w heie a regal repaalwa apread
and unjoyud. the banitiet and apeuchua
coii.uimxl the time till after one o'clock
when the party hied them away to their
lieglucted colli Ilea,
huiiiluy morning about twenty arone In
time to take the 1U o'clock car for Ore
gon 1'ily w here aeveral houra were Hn'iit
In looking about the city, the alreet im
iruviueiit, the electric plant, the worka
al the weal aide and the jumr milla com
ing In for a liberal ahare ol attention.
Al the conclimion of their tour ol lnoo
tlun the party waa taken to the Klectric
hotel where llinv lunched, and afterward
took the afternoon Im,uI for l'ortlnnd.
The ride dow n the WitlametU) waa much
enjoyed by all.
or r u nim roM tiik cominu yxah.
The aaiMx-lation elected olllcera (or the
, riiiniiii vir al lo owa: 1'reKlilelil.
Ira I.. Campbell, (iuard, Kugene; Unit I
vice preaident, I.oo I'eterHun, Commer
cial Iteview, I'ortland ; aecond vice preai
ih lit, Mia W. J. I'lymdule, Tiiuea, Ja k
aonville; aecretary, Albert Toiler, l'uciflc
Farmer, I'ortland ; trcamirer, U. C.
Ioiiglity, OWrver, lellaa; Kxecutive
conimittiM-, K. L. K. Whim, Chronicle,
lliuit Portland; W. A. Wheeler, Odd
Fellows, I'urllttnd; John It. IUh-kIo. In
On Monday the committee on alreeta
and (iiililii! ruicrty Iflejihoned the cou
trnctorafor the alreet improvement that
they would like to meet them the follow
ing morning and when they apeared
on the urotind their attention waa
culled to tlie (act that the aand being
lined waa taken from the bank of the
river here and to the fuct that it waa
not up to the standard of quality aa
aporitled In the contract. They were
niiieted to remove that jwrt already
hauled njon the atreet and the committee
aluled that they ahoulJ in future expect
that the ijiiulity would be fully up to
the rcuuiromonta of the contract. Thoy
further atated that they wan tod the work
iuhed aa they were expecling to hold
the contractor to the clauao in the con
tract limiting them aa to thu time.
A communication in the Albany Her
ald to the count county court atarta in
aa follow a. "County commiHiloneni ot
Linn countv, please Hand up mid look
the opprcmteil property ownara in the
face In-fore deciding to order the eheriff
ti lew and add more cxtenne to the
j prenent oppreanive tux levy. It ia eaid
an order may lo made by you at the
' pnnent aeiwion of your court to sell pro
'ety (or the payment of delinquent
Itaxea. This looks like oppression in
Oregon' Hlr Applrt.
Ir. J. It, Cardwell, pnialdunt of the
HUle Horticultural Hoclely bus returned
from Chicago, where he went to see the
great fair, and esieclally to visit the
horticultural display and see (or himself
how Oregon's product compared with
those from other slates. He is well
pleased with the, showing rnado, and
sjys Oregon Is aheml, and will certainly
receive the prize for the bust prunes and
plums. Home very fine fruit lias been
sent on of late, and he Is very desirous
that fruit-growers throughout the state
shall send in the best specimens they
can find lo be forwarded. There was
a grat deal of good natured rivalry
among exhibitors as to who should ex
hibit the largest apple. Idaho, Kansas
and Arkansas led, the latter standing
al the head with a 20-ounce apple,
measuring W,i Inches In circumstance.
Of course Ir. Cardwell was certain that
Oregon could beat that, and he has for
warded number of K!i Inch apples,
and one measuring 10 inches around.
Ir. Iiowis, who Is in charge of the
Oregon exhibit, was so certain that he
could get a bigger apple than the largest
shown that ho had a big rooster pre
pared carrying a streamer In his bill, on
which la inscribed, "Come down Arkan
sas." Dr. Cardwell SMys he has seen
Oregon apples weighing 'M ounces, and
he is In hoes to be able to find one meas
uring 20 inchea around. Every orchard
ist in the state should be on the lookout
lor the biggest apple and send forward
the heat he can tlnd.
1'oniona (range Meeting.
There will be a regular meeting of
Multnomah district' Pomona Orange,
held with Iloiee grange on Elliott's
Prairie, October 11, 1H3, at 10 ::t0 A. 11.
An interesting program will lie (urnihhed
and all fourth-degree members are cor
dially Invited to attend.
Masy 8. Howard, Secretary.
lOaciesbcst lttnd at $1000. i mile
(nun city, 1 mile from court home, all
level and no wunte, all "limbed and
easily cleured. Terms H cash and j on
time. Hamilton A Wasiiiiukx,
It l'urk Place, Or.
Pahtlow Howlanu. Oc'ober 4, 193
at the residence of W. B. Partlow, by
Nov. C. C Stratton, D, D., Mr. James
W, Partlow and Miss Annie K. Howlund.
As announced in the Enteri-bisk last
week the work of laying the yitrilled
brick pavement was begun the last of
the week and since then the work has
I been pushed as faat as the weather
j would permit but, as every one knows
it has been wet and diKagreeatle most
ol the time, consequently the work has
progressed but slowly and there ia onlv
about a block completed which brings
the layers about to the electric line.
The street where completed looks very
neat and as though It might serve ita
purpoao well .
The curbstone builders are at work
upon thn two blocks north ol Ninth street
and will soon have their part ol the con
tract completed. The sidewalks need
not be far behind the curbing then pas
sengers on loot can get along the street
with a tolorahle degree of comfort except
at the alley and street crossings.
There can be no health (or either mind
or body so long as the blood is vitiated.
Cleanse the vital current from all impur
ities bv the use of Aver's Barsaparilla.
, This medicine recruita the wasted ener
gies, strengthens the nerves, and re
stores health to the debilitated system.
School deportment cards one cent each
at the Entkhpaisr office.
of the New
Karliest, Most Prolific and best drying
SIlUfyliNI & tJUOT, Mount Tabor, Oreeon.
Recently the following articles have
been stolon from the dwelling house of
Grandma Whltlock on Sunday morning
one ladies gold watch and chain, one
dresa pattern, two aolid silver table
soons and one pair spectacles. The
patty or parties having taken thete
articles had better return the same, as
they have not been so secret in this
matter but what they are almost ositi
vely known, and it will save prosecution
to return the stolen projierty.
The getting it down is bad enough,
with the ordinary pill, but the having it
down is worse. And, afur all the dis
turbance, there is only a little temporary
From the beginning to the end, Dr.
Pierce's Pellets are better. They're the
smallet and easiest to take tiny, sugar
coated granules that any child is ready
(or. Then they do their work so easily
and so naturally that it lasts. They ab
solutely and permanently cure Constipa
tion, Indigestion, Whom Attacks, Sick
and Bilious Headaches, and all derange
ments of the liver, stomach and bowels.
They're guaranteed to give satisfaction,
or your money is returned.
The Makkus of Dr. Page's Catarrh
Remedy say: "If we can't cure your
Catarrh, no matter what your case is,
we'll pay you fj00 in cash. Now you
can sea what is suid of other remedies,
and decide which is most likely to cure
you. Costs only 50 cents.
"I consider Chamberluin's Cough
Remedy a specific for. It is a very
pleasant to take, which is oue of the
most important requisites where a cough
remedy ia intended for use among chil
dren. 1 have known of cases ot croup
where I know the life of a little one was
saved bv the use of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy." J. J. LaGrange, druggist,
Avoca, Neb. 50 cent bottles (or sale by
George A. Ha-ding, druggist.
G. W. Prooser's new hall is finished at
Oswego.Oregon and will e rented by the
night as follows except Friday nights
as the Good Templers have that night,
on and after the tirst Sunday in Septem
ber until further notice; Oweo
granges each second Saturday in the
month. For dunce all niicht with piano,
15.00; for dance half night with piano,
$2.50 ; any show 5.00. Good stage and
G. W. Pkobskr, Proprietor, tf
E. E. WILLIAMS,
The Babcock woodsaw. Work quickly
and cheaply done. Leave orders at Grout
A Confor'a office or address me at Ely.
WHOLESALE GROWERS AND DEALERS.
Cannot be Under-Bold.
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prune grown. Send for Catalogue.
FOR ASTORIA-FAST TIME.
Leaves foot of Alder street, Portland.
Leaves Portland daily,
Leaves Astoria daily,
Tug Ilwaco from Ilwaco connects at Astoria with Telephone every
night for Portland.
This old and reliable firm always keep in stock a full line of.
Heavy. II al wm
Baton, Tine, etc.
Plumbing, Gas Fitting & Jobbing
Attended to Promptly. Es
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. Mian and
except Sunday, 7 A.M.
except Sunday, 7 P. M.
I lth sts.. Oregon City.