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Oregon City Enterprise
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FKIDAY, FKHKl'AUY 21.', lH!r.
Thk Kiimcnirii. On Frl)y evenlnn
Mutch lit. (lie WiIhIi ppoplo will hold
an elntudilfotl l lWver Ciut k. This li
a linuitiic fttivnl llmt lmi Im'i'H livid n
rtually from time lmmiDioril by the
Welnh motile In Ihoir nllve (iimitrjf
nil the oliiMTVitlon ol lliii Kffat n
tioiml fuvtivul linn lMen hruiiiiht to
Amerii tnd l fflidirtMl wherever
Uivre Ih a WvUli n'ltlumeiit. It in u
nallt lnll on St. I)vld' dy, the p
Iron mint of W'kIiih, hut in o(ifi) held on
otliur (luy, KlHcwhcre In the Kntkk
I'Kin will he lull nil tho proKmui of thii
eintodtlfod, (pronoimi fd- itiltihvod, long I
nJ rihort e, with ai ccnt on the Bei ond
yllalilii.) Tho odd HiMtlliiiK iam-foiiiitid
for hy the fm-t llmt Iho WoUli hud no
HlnliHiM't of llii'ir o n and on I lie Iuvhh-
loii of Uritiitn hy tho Koiiihuh, Iht-y
Kiliiitul Hip li'llvm nmd hy the httttT
and founded written IuiikuiW lll,ir
own, hut tovxprt'Dii thu koikhIh of the
Wflhli litii)(imiit( hlnuiiiU ('oiiiliin.itionri
of Hip KoniBti IiiIIith were made, t yni
ric, or Welfli, In itn purity. In arna ( rik.
Itu reHciiihlunco to (Ireek in itn rythni
and miitHithni'HH, and it I" a Hx-tical lun
Ki hi rh cupiililo of Kreat expn-enion. A"
a riKiken Iuiikuhko, it in It' in it rapidly
ktltwrMf dud liy KiigliHli and tho time ia
not far diatant when it will not he heaid
in Wale other than an at'coinpllM.hiutnt.
Of the American WolHhimm, hut few
of the neeond Kimeiation can k the
lanKiiaKti t'lulr annual elateddfixla
iniich of the einifinif Ih now done in En
llliHli. The eiateddfod to be held in
thla county in the only one held in the
Willamette Valley and it in expected
tli at thla will be a Keneral KntherltiK of
Welali people, to w hom it brlnn niem
orie of Die beautiful hills and loyely
vale of their native land and of the
sweet nouns of their great home feativala.
Timk Tabi.k CiiANOKn. CominenciiiK
with next Monday the ateamer Kainona
will reaiinio lit r Hummer time table,
leavinit Oregon City ntOA. M. 2 P. M.
and (I P. M. and loavinx Portland at 7
A. M. 11:80 A. M. and 4 P. M. This
time tul ilo will do inut'li to IncreuKe
travel hy tho bout as it allows ample
tlino in Portland or Oicgon City for the
traiiHiiction of buHineaa with the oppor
tunity of havitiK a bout leave ut more
frtHiient intrrvula. AVith the proper
servit'o the river route will always re
main popular with the people of Oregon
Ohwkoo Road Ci.ohko. The Oregon
City and Oawtyo river road was
cloned this week by 1). D. Mnone, who
built a fence acroas it where it paaaes
through hia land. Marine claims that
the road is not a legal highway and takes
this step to force (he county to pay him
dmnuges. As tho rotd is as necesnary
to Manone as It is to the other settlers,
his right to damages is very thin and he
should have none. Judge Hayes has
taken the matter up and will see that it
is settled so that the road may be opened.
A 10 cent cigar for a nickel. . E.
Wllliunii, thfi grocer.
Ladies hair trimmed in the latest
style at Hloper's barber shop. '
Nkw HCIIOOI, llol'HK, Till! pllllpll) of
I.nooy school (llntrli t in tills county do
not allow hard times or the sale of IjoihIh
Interfere with lliein In having proper
school fai'llllli'H for their children, liy
ri iiHon of the growth of their settlement
Ihn old school Iioiihu heriiiiiH too small
and a larger ue hud to he built, ho the
clllzuns gut together and decided that
they would have tint school Iioiimh und
no debt baiiglng over their district. To
accomplish this each gave work or ma
terlal and the dlHtrict now has a new
school house that is an ornament to that
fknooi, Cknsus. T. F. Hysn, clerk of
the Oregon City school dlatrlct, com
pleled the triiliii ratioii of the children
of school ge within the city Wednesday
lie finds Hist there are HIM children
Intillml to draw school money In Oregon
City, being a gsin of ninety-five over last
year. To assist nun Air. jtyan eiiipioyeii
..it . I I
II. Itluck, and iinustiiil care has been
taken to have the census accurate. Dythe
usual ratio figured on this enumeration
it gives Oregon City population of over
IIohk Comi-anv No. 3 Ei.k(tion. Ore
gon City Hone Co. II, at their last meeting,
mid Tuemlsy, lob. 1U, elected tho lol
owihg olllcers: President, Max Hhtil
plus; secretary, J. II. Wack ; treasurer,
Win. Oreen; foreman, C. A. It anils;
KsiatBiit foreman, John Green; second
assistant foreman, J. II. Baidorf; dele
gates, II. n. Rrange, J. I), uenrier ami
Nr fituer. The company nominated
lor chief engineer, C M Mason and en
dorsed the nomination of M. P. Quinn
(or assistant engineer.
Nikkkt Ci.kaniko. More care should
he taken in keeping Muin street clean.
Now that it is paved witli brick It re-
piires hut little effort to keep it in a de
wit condition. Many ol the projierty
owners keep the street clean in front of
tlieir premises, hut there are others who
neglect (his imiiortant work. A paved
street six inches deep in slush does not
sieak well for a town.
Hkcond IIaku Btobk A second hand
store has Is-en opened In the old Metho
dist church building on Seventh stieet
with A. K. Parker in charge. There
should lie a good oening for this line of
business In Oregon City, for since these
Cleveland times have fallen lifxin us,
second hand goods is about all thai (he
average family can buy.
Plantation 8oniis If you want to
hear the genuine negro melodies go to
the minstrel show Monday evening at
Phively's opera house. Thirty perform
ers will be on the boards and Oregon
City Is promised the best entertainment
In this line ever given In the city. Ad
mission 25, 50 and 75 cents.
W hat the MudeuU are doing for Their
In my former letter was mentioned the
Pearson endowment fund and the efforts
being made to raise the same. The
time allowed hy Dr. Pearson expires
on March 1st. The student seeing the
limit rapidly approaching, with several
botisands yet to he raised decided that
he time to act had arrived. Accordingly
on last Friday evening a meeting of the
students was held in the academy bulld
og, (ileal enthusiasm was manifested
hy singing college songs and giving the
college yell. It was not by this alone
however that the college spirit was ex
hibited, for in less than one hour they re
paired to the president' oilice and in
formed thai gentlemen that valid pledges
to the amouut of 2,2(H) had been secured.
This announcement quite astounded lr.
McClelland as he together with the other
members of the faculty were unaware
that any such movement was on foot.
In rcaponse the president said that he
had always believed in the loyalty of the
students of Pacitlc University, but this
surpassed his sanguine expectations.
The students however were not going
to stop at this. This morning at the
dose of the chapel service a tall senior
arose and staled that he would like to
see the students for a few minutes.
The faculty seeing that they were not
invited filod ont of tho roo , They had
no sooner done so than the scene of Inst
Friday evening was repeated only on a
lamer s.'ttle. With enthusiasm such as
Pacific University has never before seen.
Tho amount was rapidly pushed irom
'.'200 to $4000.
This evening the students are out en
masse with transparencies, bam.ersetc.
celebrating their achievement.
It is believed by many of the abler
men of the town, tnat the ell'ect which
the news of this will have on the people
abroad will insure the Pearson fund and
witli the ultimate success of Pacific
University as an Institution of learning
second to none In the land. "B"
Appetite and Bleep may be improved,
every part of the system strengthened
and the animal spirits regain their
buoyancy by the use of Pr. J. H. Mc
Lean's Strengthening Cordial and Blood
Purifier. For sale by C. O. Huntley,
A ten cent cigar for a nickel.
Williams, the grocer.
The name One Minute Cough Cure
suggests a medicine that relieves at
once, and quickly cures. Its use proves
it. C.C. Huntley, druggist.
Watch for Botany Bay at Shively's.
It Kil, F.NTATK JTKANSr KKS.
Furnished F.very" Week by the ( lackn
nuis AlmtraH and Trust Coinpiwy.
Geo Larklns, by siicrilf to Win l.ar
kins 8 I) Feb 0, '115, part of Kara
Fisher 1) L C I'
Ailam Dcinos to J L Maddux W 1)
Feb 7, .'), 3 tracts of land in t3
r 1 e
L Callahan to A Lelehtwela et al W
DFobO, '115 1-5 Int InliJO acres
in see's 20 and .'(0 1 4 s, r 3 e.
L A Seely to C T Too. W V Uec 20
'04. .80 acre in sec 2.1 1 3 s, r 1 V
II M Grant to F Kggurt V Feb 7, '05
land In sec 20 1 2 I, r6e 1
II W Iloltwlck to Albert Crossan
W V May 24, '04, ti of mi of
sec 21 1 6 1 r 'in
G W Mitchell et al to Ked Hock
Mining Co, Q CD Jan 10. '05,
Tho Ked Chief and The Ked Dluff
John Krown to Ked Kock Mining
Co QC I) Jn 10, '05, North Btar
8 II Chrlstlun to A W Goddard W
D Oct 20, '04, 120 acres In m4 of
see 35, 1 1 a, r 2 e
W F Hubbard to Kobert A Miller
W I) Feb 13, '05, lot 1 and 2 blk
12 West Gladstone
WF Hubbard to Will L Miller W
I) Feb 13, '05, lots 3 and 4 blk 12
Win and K Edwards to It V Short
W D Feb 1, '05, nw'" of b)4' of
sec 20 in t 3rl W
T Stahlneiker et al to Collin A
Ileebe W I) Feb 12, '05 10 acreB
in sec 3(1 1 Is, i 2e
E M Howell to II L Bowers W D
Jan 1 '05, lots 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 in
blk II 1st add toCanemah
M A Fairchild to A CFairchild W D
Jan 30, 05, 45 acres in sec 28 1 1 a,
r 2 e
F W Miller to A 0 Fairchild, re
ceiver W I) Jan 30, '05 lot 21 blk
(10 Minthorn :
E M Mortiiimre. to Isaac Allison W
n Nov 13. '04. land in t 6 r.' Z e
Isaac Allison to Carrie D Covey W
1) Feb 14, '05, nwj of sec 14 t 6
t, r 2
United State to W Stoever patent
April 20, '85, swt4' of swtf and
lot 5, 6, and 7 of sec 30, 1 2 s, r 3 e
M A Caecday to W Stoever W U
Feb 15, '05, lot 3 and 4 blk 31
Wm Jack to J E Jock W V Oct 30,
'00, 05 73 acres in Jeremiah Jack
PLCtee, rle 1
Wai Jack to Barton Jack W D
Oct 30, '90, 82 14 acre In Jere
miah Jack D L Ct 6i,r le ... 1
Wm Jack to Allen F Jack W D Oct
30, '110, 00 acres In Jeremiah
JackDLCtCi, rle 1
Wm Jack to Wm 8 Jack W D Oct
30, '!K, 05.(13 acres In Jeremiah
Jack D L C 1 6 s, r 1 e 1
Have your Titles examined and
Abstracts made by the CLACKAMAS
ABSTRACT A TRUST CO. who have
the only complete set of Abstracts of
Title of all lands in Clackamas county.
Accurate ard reliable work by a resjion-
nbleflrm. Olllce up stairs in tho t au-
O. W. O. Hardman, sheriff of Tyler
countv, W. Va., appreciates a gooa
thing and does not hesitate to say so.
Ho was almost prostrated with acorn
whon he procured a bottle of Chamber
lain's Cough Pemeby. Ho says: "It
gave me prompt relief. I lind it to be
an iuvaltittble remedy for coughs and
colds." For sale by G. A. Harding,
Karl' Clover Root, the proat blood
purifier gives freshness and clearness to
the complexion and cures constipation,
25c., 50o., $1 00 for sale by Geo. A.
The Krmesse cigar is a decided suc
cess. Ten cents value lor uve cents casn.
E. E. Williams, the grocer.
Yucca Root toilet soap will not chap
the hands or face.
' E. E. Williams, tne grocer.
Imperial Egg Food will make your
hens lay. E. E. Willinms, the grocer.
State or Ohio, City ok Toi.rno,)
Fhank J. CiiKNKY makes oath that he
is the senior partner of the firm of F. J.
Chknky & Co., doing business in the
City of Toledo, state and county afore
said, and that said Arm will nay tho sum
of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for
each and every case of Catarrh that can
not bo cured by tho use of Hall's Ca
takhiiCukk. FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in
my presence, the 6th day of December,
A. D. 188H. A. "W. GLEASON.
Hall's Catarrh Cure istaktn internally
and acts directly on the blood and mucus
surfaces of the B.vstem . Send for testi
F. J. Chknky & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
"Sold by druggists, 75c.
A 10 cent cigar for a nickel. E. E
Williams, the grocer.
Cash paid for clean cotton rags at tho
Smoke the Kermesse cigar, E. E.
Williams, the grocer. '
Dr. Price's Cream Baking: Powder
Awantod CoM Mtdtl MMwiaMr Fair, Sta Prandxa.
A MoiiHfholit Ires-air
D. W. Fuller, of Cansjoharle, N. Y
says that bo always k-eps l)r. King's
New Discovery in the house and his
family has always found the very best
results follow its use; that ho would
not be with out it, 1 procurable, G. A.
Pykeman, Druggist, Cutskill, N. Y.,
says that Dr. King's New Discovery is
undoubtedly the best cough remedy;
that ho has used it in bis family for ;
eight years, and it has never failed to
do what is claimed of it. Why not try j
a remedy so long tried and tested. Trial ,
bottle tree t Charmsn A Go 's drug
store, Charinan Bros, block. Regular
size 50c and $1.00.
i IlMKliifKft-Msklnr Hook.
Every busmen man ought to read
Dollars And Sense, a money-making
book by Nath'l C. Fowler, Jr., the lead-;
ing expert on business and advertising.1
18 chapters, illustrated wi'h 100 plates,;
presenting every style of effective adver-'
tisements, with examples of reading,
notices, circular and headline. It!
teilri the plain truth about advertising'
and exoses ineffective methods. Anyi
reader of the Entekpsikk who will send '
money order or postage stamps to the
value of twenty-Hve o-nis to 'I he Trade
Company, Boston. Mass., will receive
the book by prepaid mail.
When the Doctor.... -Q
writes a prescription for
J'our nick one do you realize
iow important it is that
nothing but the purest and
hent drugs should enter into
its coin ignition?
We pride ourselves on
buying the very best in
drugs and are always will
. ing to pay more and get
the best. You know there
are ''seconds" 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 you
can 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.
A BOOK WORM
Would be delighted with the
new cloth, gilt top edition of "The
Autocrat of the Breakfast Table"
which we are selling at 75c. This
most desirable book one of Dr.
Holmes beet has always sold for
We have also "The Dolly Dia
lorrnes" ittst. at nresent the talk
J - J
of the reading world for 50c. in
cloth or 25c in paper.
Have you read the parody on
Trilby "Billtry"? Paper 50c.
Huntley's Book Store,
. . AT THE . .
Pure, Fresh, Delicious,
Prices lower than ever.
Our Taffy Candy .
Has no equal in the City.
Fresh Fruits and Nuts.
A scientific jastflWsSr
tor Ihe curt f
Cold ip Oveliettil, VJgp
Rfhovfs RAriTS'Fvy r
UifUASANJ BREATH.' -jLT,.
roR pwhou Oh.uYiU-E.CAL
For sale by C. G. Huntley.
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 OHARMAN & SON.
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 and
lull weight is guaranteed.
J. KONKLE, Prop.
Next door to Burmeister & Andresen's Jewelry Store.
directly nd Indirectly, by people who cannot do their own figuring, wrlte their cm
letter, or keep their own books; nd who do not know when busloese tnd legal paper
wbioh they miwt handle every day are made out correctly. V9 All theee things, and
much more, we teach Wioroutnly.
Hundred of our graduate are In good positions, and there will be opening for
hundreds more when times improve. Sow Is the time to prepare for them. Besides
business education Is worth all It costs, for ont't own use. Send for our catalogue, to
learn chat and hrno we touch. Mailed free to any address.
Portland Business College,
A. P. Armstrong. Prln. Portland, OregOtl. J. A. Wetco, 8cretarf.
Is the only high-class political and literary weekly published on the
Pacific coast. Thousands of single-stamped copies of it pass through,
the post office every week, remailed by subscribers to their friends.
It has a larger circulation than any paper on the Pacific coast, except
three San Francisco dailies. It goes 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's Book Store.'
SOHWAN & PUTROW.
CAUFIELD BLOCK, Main Street.
The Chinese Suffered....
....Another Defeat !
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 Kates on Family Work. Goods called
for and delivered.
Stoves and Tinware.