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Oregon City Enterprise.
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Hid climi'Ht m-onumy on tlm part of the
librarian, I liaroly aulllt'iiMit to kp It
ruiiiilnjr, mid our dtixoriialioiilil In-more
llbnral In tlmlr contribution, to Hila moat
worthy Inatltiillori, for If lliiiro la a rnla-
alonary or diarlfy work in Or-ron (,'iiy
tllHt )HVH 0110 llllllllriul KllltH on ('Bi ll
dollar Inynatixl It In the true ritaillnii
Who uv Can Talk With. The
Orrgon Telephone & Telnpraph com
pany liave the work coiiiplnlad of
IIdi'bkiioi.d NKCKMcirv. F. K IW-;
on, of Vancouver, 1 1 iiH ili'vlai-d a dm! )
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oi KlnilliiiK wooil mid n, ahic.n a person
to Iniilil a fire In a atovw aol 't Ui h
good limit in liulf tlm tiinii himI aitli lioif
oftliH II'Ut un liy tlm old wuy. Ilia
ideitn mill von ven iu lit ami can I carried
In tlm pocket or in tlm yrip wlirn on
a miiipinir. trip wncn uiy kiminiiK i not : uiuliiiiliii'dlv
alwayaat iiand Mr, lVaraon Imn al-1 iIHt ,e hlH
I Household 1 rraur
W, KiiIIit, of Can.iji.iWif!, N, Y.,
C. A. MiLtaa, HupL
Mailt oliwa joiih Nimh. U m., I p. m.,lp. m.
Mailt roa i.lii Huuili, V a. m., S.4t p. ra.
Orffon Clly lo Porilauil nrfr Kait tlda Rail
way, laavpa U iO I'. M. and t U f M.arrlvva
1 1 OA A. M and 4 to P. M ( arrlaa pnnland,
Kuiaru. WeiHlilo, Handjr aud lllglnaud raum'
uri'anii C'lljr o Kljr.Carua, Mnllnn. l.llwral and
Mi.lalla ivawi al li m. aud arrlvaa alUn.
Ort'non Ckr to Daavtr Craak. Mink. Clark.
Maadow liriMik. I'l.inii M 1 1 Ik. and lulioa, Iravaa
al 10 a. m. Monday Wanlnnday and Krldajr
and raioriia un Inllowlm daa al i .15 p. m
Orvnn I lly In Viola, Uigan and Hadland
Imvai Orrfnu Clly Monday Waduraday add
Prldar al I OU P, M., Uavlug Viola aarut day!
alt UO A. M,
FK1DAY, FKI1KUAUY 1, 18H5.
Hoau to Kk-Iicatko A move
mant I now under way to dare a re aiir
vy of the Orfgon City and New Kra
riv.'i r'ad, villi a view of locatlniiit
along the foot of the bluff and vacate that
part along the river bank and railroad
The change In location ha heen biought
about by the county court ordering cloned
that part of tne road letwern the rail
road track and the river bank ai danger
oui to public travel and iinpotwlble of re
pair. The court han hail an examination
of Ihi road made and they find that it ia
impoiih!e to maintain a roadway ix
tween the railroad truck and river hank
a the river ia constantly waahing away
the hank, and to prevent It and aave the
ro. I would cost nut li-a than t-'i.OOO in
buildimc breakwatxiH, dyki-l and making
tllla. County lioiid Engineer Kimiaird
ia of the opinion thitt a rniiie can he had
ali.ng the foot of the hluir that will have
In no place not to exceed a 5 per cent
grade, and Hint the coat of coiihtrili'lllig
the new r"Hil would not he ao heavy aa
haa been aii)poed by many Thia
one of the nioat important roada of the
county, and aa under the present law the
people intercrited In the road can alone
have the change made by petitioning thn
county court, they aliould piinh the mat'
ter and have thn nurvey made ao that
work may Ihi done on It tbla year
An Eaht Wink. Ttao eit wind of laat
Sumliiy and Monday waa aomething new
for Wehfoot w!ere the prevailing winda
are either from ttie north or aoutli. It
blew a g.iln and wkn cold and crisp
enough to make one think of a Dakota
tephyr. The force of the wind waa auch
that it shook buildingi and wai ao dry
that It loon raiseil cloudu of duat on
Main street in a .itiannur aurpriaiug aud
disagreeable to pnduHtariana. IU force
waa particularly noticahle on Mt, Hood
over whoae honry head it muat to have
wept with the force of a tornado, for
that part of tha south ami eustsiJoHof
its Biiinmlt vlsahle Irmn this city waa aa
bare and black aa in mid-summer, the
enow having ail been blown oil and
plied up on the west side of (lie moun
tain. The old soi tiers can fall to mind
but few auch winda for they are almoat
link mm n on thia const, the great moun
tain r iiigo east of us being un ohVtti il
barrer niiiiiHt liny ordinary wind from
that direction. Thia wind waa evidently
a aide iasue of the great storm thai gwept
ovei the middlo uml cio-tern alutea hod
week and even extended in ita fury
acroMH the Atlantic ocean into Europe,
it covering the gniateat imrt of the globe
and being the most severe of any alorm
for yeHra paat. With us it had apent its
fury and waa devoid of all danger and
waa only diaxgreeahle to be out in.
Til a Fn an Kkadino Hoom. If there
are any persona in Oregon City who think
that the free rending is not patronized and
ia not worthy of their support, they have
but to atep- into tha- room any day or
evening to be convinced of their error.
Eajiecially on rainy daya when many . of
the laboring men about town are laid off
or when one of the factories shut down
ia the room crowded and every chair ia
occupied, 'and often time during tha
venings the librarian ia put to Lis wits
wiring for and inatalling the telephones
lor their uhacrlbers In Oregon City
When first put In some of the Hiihacrib
era had dilllculty in making themselves
clearly heard through their telephones,
but that waa soon overcome when they
became uaej to the Instruments. They
now work fine and no didiculty ia exirl
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enuoii in carrying on conversation over
the local wires and on the long distance
line with I'ortlaiid. The telephone! are
proving a gnat convenience to those
having them, for they pave them many
trips about town and thus save time
and exwillate business. The central ia
In charge of Mlas Lura Miller, who la
proving quite an adept In handling
the wires. The following firms and
Ditrsona are now connnccted by the
system: flank of Oregon City,
(leo. Uroughlon's Haw mill, Geo. C.
lirownell's law ollice, Dr. W. E. Carll's
olllw, ('barman & Go's drug g'ore, W.
C. Cheney's reslilonce, Commercial
Hank, C. D. A I C. Utouretie's law
otlllce, Crown Taper Co., (Jeo. A. Hard
ing's drug store, Hill A Cole's saloon.
MarrA Koliertson'a grm-ery store, I. F
Morey's resilience, Ohkoon Citv E.ntxr-
l-Riaic, Dr D. L. Paine's residence, Ore
gon City Iron Woiks, Oregon CHy Trans
lation ( o.. rostofllce, Western Union
Telegraph ollice. Court House, Smith A
Lovetl's, ice works ollice. K. Williams'
grocery store, Willamette Pulp A I'aa-r
Co ollice, Willamette Pulp A I'apcr
Lo s. residence, W. A. Huiilley'a book
stoie, Postal TcleKrspn (Vs. ofllee, C.
0. Huntley's drug etoro and U. Stsnh's
Handy KxrxHKMK Hook A large
volume now numbering over .180 pages,
but sold at the same i rice as when, in
the fortiea, it printed only W) page. Th
New York Tribune Almanac for 181)6
comes to us this week, revised, rear
ranged, freshened np to dale, and en
riched by the add i I ion of new features.
The book contain! an almost unlimited
array of statistics e"Ti every conceivable
subject which conc erns the whole people
of the United tlatta, with much which
Interests only the political parties or
oiher Urge bodies of men or women.
The results of the phenomenal elections
of 181)4 are fully reported. There i no
partisanship in the contents of The
Tribune Almanac, and eveiy one can ac
cept with confidence ita statistics of coin
age, circulation, foreign trade, eleotioiia,
Imputation, pensiona, revenues, hanking,
divorce, marriage, sports, leg.l holidays,
and the hundreds of other things treated
01. 1 he (nuts about piominent societies
in the United Mates am given more
si.ice than usual, and the Constim
tional Amendments in "New. lork State
are given. The Almanac for 18:15 ia a
most valuable book of reference It ia
indexed thoroughly and well. Price, 25
cents a copy.
time deliver those
orders for more.
Botany Bay at Shively's.
he always k-e.a Dr. King's
New Discovery in the hotiae and his
fmnil) has alwats found the very best
results Mli.w its us.-; that he would
not be with r ii it, if procurable. 0. A.
Dykeinim, Druggist, CtsLill, N, Y.,
s..ys ih.tt Dr. King's New Discovery is
tho beat cough remedy;
used It in liis family for
never failed to
Wbv not trv
and take j a remedy so long tried and tested. Trial
hollies tree at Charman A Co 's ilruif
store, Charman Bros, block. Regular
size 60c and f 1.00.
ready niailii a limited canvass of Oregon clrht years, an I it has
City for his fire lighter and will in a short do what is claimed of it.
Nkw IIotki,. J. P. 8umnerhas rented
the building on the southeast corner of
Main and Eighth streets ner the ciurt
house and opened a hotel which he calls
the Farmers Home. Mrs. Humner will
have the supervision of the tables and
the rooms and she will see that they aie
attractive and rlean. Mr. and Mrs.
Humner expect to make the patrons feel
at home when in their house and they
Invite their many friends throughout the
t-ountv to atop at the Farmers Iloii'e
and try Its hospitality.
The Ksrmesse cigar is a decided suc
cess. Ten cents value for nve cents casIi.
E. E. Williams, the grocer
8( iio"L Examinatii.ns Examination
have been held durum thia week in the
various rooms of the c ty schoola to
enable the pupils lo g-iln the rnid-terni
promotions. It is expected that all who
are to enter the school for the last hall
of the school year and are em I led to go
into the first grade w ill be iu attendance
next Monday so aa to start with the
class and thus not retard the work.
There are now enrolled In the school 375
girls and 314 boys and it is expected that
(bis will be increased some next week
bv new scholars entering the school
Yucca Hoot toilet soap will not cha
the hands or face.
E. E. Williams, tne grocer
J-.LKCTSICITY ON TIIK 10W I'ATII Sc
Yoik'i state engineer has great expecla
lions concerning the coming utility of
the trolley In moving canal bouts. He
suys the trolley bees could be built on
either side of a canal, the motor running
on its own track, aitached to tow-lines as
now used, controlled by the helmsman,
and consuming no space on the boats.
The track along the towpath could he
elevated, giving room for horses to tow
by the present method when desired. In
thia case the motors might be called
electric boraea. This is but one of the
practicable and iiiexpeusiveiysteinB that
have neen propoeed.
imperial r.gg food will make your
hens lay. E. E. Williams, the grocer.
A I!uln.'v,Mflkliig Book.
Every business man ouitbt lo read
Dollars And hense, a money-making1
book by Natb'l C. Fowler, Jr., the lead
iiiir expert on business a'd advertising,
18 chapters, illustrated wi h 100 plates, i
presenting every style ol elf dive sdver
tisemetits, wi ll examples of reading
notice-, circulars and headlines. It
tell the i lain truth alout advertising
iinri exposes ineffective method. Any'
, reaner oi ii.e ivntkbhhiss w ho will send
........ ,,, iff'nuc niaiiifji v (lie
value ol twenty-five c-tita to I he Trade
Cnn-aii, liost.iii. Mass., will receive
the txxik bv p'epaid mail.
Whf n t he Doctor....
Ei.xctrical Enoiniur's Trainiso.
Th educational fad of the moment is
electrical enuineerlng, just as some years
ago every man thought he must make
his boy a civil engineer. Mr. James B.
Cahoon, than whom there can be no bet
ter authority, tells ua in the January
number of Electric Power how this train
ing must be sunplimented in order to
uiuke a real electrical engineer. We
sincerely hope that It may scare about
half of the 1,500 students now taking
their regular college engineering courses
into thinking about it before graduating
into mere dynamo tenders. . One sug
gestion of Lieut. Ca boon's we would lay
especial stress on and that is the train
ing in moving heavy machinery into
place; it is one of the lineet arts extant,
The artlnle Is to be continued in the Feb
rtiary number, and aside from its im
portance I o the engineering student, it
abounds in the humorous incidents
pliiyed upon the novice
A Lonokki.i.ow Symposium. One of the
best method of studying an author is
through the symposiums now so popular
in A m. 'ilea The I ongfellow SyiiipoHiiim
lo be given at the. Congregational church
on March 1st is tho flrat attempt at thia
tyle of entertainment in Oregon City.
Every lover of literature will appreciate
the effoit lo set lorth in living form the
ideal Hiawatha and hia beloved Minnu
huha, l aughing Water, at the Door of
the Am ient Arrow-Maker in the Land of
the Dukotahsj the glimpse of Evangeline
and Uabriol, and Benedict Bellefontiiine
and good Father Felician amid the sor
rowful events of the Acadian exile. All
will be glad again to catch a paasinn
glimpse of Miles Standiah, John Allien
and Priscilla. Some of the most cele
brated poems of Longfellow will be snmr
and spoken and orations on his life and
haracler he iriven bv some of our tal
ented young people. '
The name One Minute' Cough Cure
suggests a medicine ' that relieves a
once, and quickly cures. Its use proves
it. C.C; Huntley', druggist.
Watch for Botany Bay at Bhivoly'a.
NKxnv, February 13. Died, In Ante
lope, Oiegon Fcbniary 5, 18!5, Geitrude
Ransdell, aged 17 years, 1 month and
3 days. Deceased was born in Otoe
county, Nebraska aui 1878 from which
place she came with her parents to
Oregon in lhSO since then her home has
been near Needy. The 8th of Januaiy
181) 4 she waa taken wi'h n bat seemed to
be la giipe but developed into consump
tion In hnee cf improving hei health
she went to Antelope to stay with her
sister, Mrs. l'atterson, at which place
she remained till her death. She d'eil
trusting in the Lord and said she was
going to heaven to be w ith her mother
and father who has proceeded her to the
hereafter. They laid her by their side
to await the glorious resurrection morn
Hie was a kind anJ loving sister and i
friend to all. 8be leaves four brothers
and two sisters to mourn her loss.
Mr. Warnock of Silverton is visiting
iiih nepnew, .nr. ugie mis week.
J. U. Campbell, an attorney of Oregon
Ul attended justice court last Monday.
State or Ohio, Citv or Toledo,)
Fkank J. Chkney makes oath that lie
is the senior partner of the firm of F. J.
Chknky k Co., doing business in the
City of Toledo, state and county afore
said, and that said firm will nay the sum
of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for
each aud every case of Catarrh that can
not be cured by the use of Hall's Ca
tarrh Curb. FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in
my presence, the Cth day of December,
A. D. 18811. A. W. GLEASON.
Hull's Catarrh Cureistaktn internally
and acta directly on the blood and mucus
surfaces of the system. Send for tosti
V. 3. Ciiknry & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
jtHySold by diuggists, 75c.
To (ood Tomplars.
Do you know that Moore's Revealed
Remedy Is the only' patent, medicine in
the world that does not contain a drop
of alcohol; that the mode of preparing
it is known only lo its dncover ; that it
is an advance in the science of medicine
without a parallel .In the nineteenth
century; that its proprietors olFor to
forfeit ipl.OOO for any case of dyspepsia
it will not cure? .
writfH a prescription for
vour sick one do you realize
now important it ia that
nothing but the purest and
best drugs should enter into
We pride ourselves on
buying the very best in
drugs and are always will
ing to pay more and get
the beet. You know there
are ''Heconds" and "sub
stitutes" in drugs as in
If we do not have the
material in stock to fill a
prescription properly we
tell you so frankly and youi
ran choose between going
elsewhere or waiting a few
hours until we can get it for
you. We cosider our reputa
tion of far more value than
tho money we can make on
any prescription or any
C. Q. HUNTLEY.
To Avoid Currying
Prices will be dropped so low that the leanest
purse can secure a bargain in the many
lines carried in stock by
The Pioneer Store,
THOMAS CHARMAN & SON.
A BOOK WORM
Would be delighted with the
new cloth, gilt top edition of "The
Autocrat of the Breakfast TaW
which we are selling at 75c. This
most desirable book one of Dr.
Holmes best has always sold for
We have also "The Dolly Dia
logues'just at present the talk
of the reading world for 50c. in
cloth or 25c in paper.
TT . . l
nave you reaa tne parody on
Trilby "Billtry"? Paper 50c.
Huntley's Book Store,
Proof of the Pudding
Is in the Eating
"So is the quality of the meat tested that
is on sale at the
....NEW MEAT MARKET....
Only first class stall-led meats in stock antl
full weight is guaranteed.
J. KONKLE, Prop.
Next door to Burmeister & Andresen's Jewelry Store.;
directly and indirectly, by people who cannot do their own figuring, write their owas .
letters, or keep their own books; and who do not know when business and legal popem
which they mutt handle every day are made out correctly. (WAM these thlnga, an
much more, we teach Miorwiflft ly. i n
Hundreds of our graduates are In food positions, and there will be openings fot
hundreds more when times Improve. A'oto Is the time to prepare for them. Besides, a
buslnisa education Is worth all it costs, for one's oum sue. Send for oar catalogue, to .
learn want and how wo teach. Mailed free to any address.
Portland Business College,
A, P. Armstrong, Prln. Portl and, Oregon, j. a. 8cratar,
A 10 rent eig-ir for a nickel. E. E
Williams, the prty-er . .
Cash paid for clean cotton rags at the
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
A wanted Gold Madal Maiwinw Fair, Saa Franciaca.
. . AT THE . .
Pure. Fresh, Delicious,
Prices lowerthan ever.
Our Taffy Candy
Has no equal in the City.
Freih Fruits and Nuts.
A, scientific jbcsbkss!'
.preparation., a fTO. 1
Abictinc Balsam f v
Cold n live tif!adr A'ii vrV,
CalArrhM toafafa rV H rUS
islora totcaisrafl ,i-4.
lawvts BAbTAMi ?y I-,
Is the only high-class political and literary weekly published on the
Pacific coast. Thousands of single-stamped copies of it pass throtieh
the poet office every week, reniailed by subscribers to their friends.
It has a larger circulation than any paper on the Pacific coast, excenl'
three San Francisco dailies. It eoes into all the well to do families of
of the Pacific coast. Over 18,000 circulation. Argonaut building, 213
Grant Avenue, San Francisco. For sale at Huntley Book Store.
SOHWAN & PUTROW.
Stoves and Tinware.
CATJFIELD BLOCK, Main Street.
kn,r. . 4
For sale by C. G. Huntley.
The Chinese Suffered....
....Another Defeat I
The Oregon City Steam Laundry
Clean Work, Neat Work, and Cheaper Work
Than can be had of the Chinese or any other place in the city;
Special Rates on Family Work. Goods called
for and delivered.