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Oregon City Enterprise.
FRIDAY, APRIL 12.1895.
OREGON CITY OFFICKR8.
Mtro", il'.rnra 8triht
L. L. Purler
Ckfta. K Burin
K. 8 'lm
R. U IlKlmmi
K F. lrl--C.
Biipt. oi wwr worts, . n. riowni
Cny Kmlnwr. P. KliinlrJ
CoOmUlniMi II. C. 8trvm. 3ta- Bmuhlii,
J.J. Cooke. Hfn). Jr, Murk Howll, L.
L Porter. Heurjr Mtldrum, J. W. Moflittt.
tundlmetflrl We.lnlii ofcn month
to. oft- lull.
Heroafter no local advertisement will
be inserted in the Entkki-hiss nnlom
payment for the Mine is made at the
time the affidavit of publication is ren
dered. This rule will be imperative and
dead-beat litigants, who make it a prac
tice of working the court, lawyers ami
newKpapers will have to look to some
other paper to get their notice published.
SPRAY OF THE FALLS.
Drink Japoolo Tea.
4-i cents per pound,
Wood wanted at once this office.
Go to Wilson A Cooke for Oliver plow
Lace cm tains and bedspreads at the
County and cily warrants wanted by
the Commercial bank.
Rosebuds 15c, 20c, 25c, and 40c at
Roberts & Hamilton.
Money (o loan on good real estate
security by A. S. Dresser.
Read the cast of characters for the
Extra Session and note the talent.
New lae, special line for children's
wash dresses, at the Racket store.
Special tale trimmed hat9, Thursday,
Friday and Saturday of next wek at
Roberts & Hamilton.
(iet your reserved seats without extra
clriree for the Extra Session. Tickets
o i sale al Hunilev's.
Don't fail to here Miss Carrie Ru
dolph, Monday evening, April 15th, at
tlie Congregational church.
Matt O'Pell moved Monday from
Third and Center streets to a dwelling
on Madison street near Thirteenth .
The home of Mr, and Mrs. R. L.
Greaves was made happy by the advent
of a haudsome twelve pound girl last
Easter festival at Armory hall Thurs
day evening, April 18th, under the aus
pices of St. Paul's Guild. Admission
including refreshments 25 cents.
1 Capt. John Kelley has retired from
the Oregon City Fish Market, and is
now watchman in the Crown paper mills.
8. E. Kennedy is now in charge of the
the fish market.
For C5 cents you can get a good am
brellt. at the Racket store. All styles
and prices. Tins line of goods will not
be carried over which means that bar
gains will be given.
Special Easter services at the Con
gregational church next Sunday morn
ing, with extra music and sermon ap
propriate to the day. Children's Easter
concert in the evening.
For tootwear you can get babys' shoes
at 25 cts j ladies coarse shoes at 89 - cts ;
men's boots at $1.75, or you can get the
best grade of eooda mads at bottom
prices at the Red Front.
Don't forget the entertainment and
social at the Baptist church Friday night.
Club swinging, umbrella drill, mind
reading, "songs of seven," music and
icecream. Admission 10c.
Walter Lyon, who conducted the
Oswego Iron Worker lor a short time,
and afterwaids was connected with the
Salem Post, has retired from journalism
an d entered a law office in Albany.
The board of trade failed to have its
regular meeting Monday evening, a
quorum not being present. The presi
dent, Mr. E. E. Charman is always
zealous in his efforts to secure a suffi
cient number at these meetings to tran
sact business, but was too ill this week
to attend to the matter.
- Don't forget the firBt grand production
of Frank H. Ray's sparkling comedy
dr una entitled "Joe Bailey, the Black
smith" to be presented at Slavery's 0era
bouse, April 10th and 20th. You can't
afford to miss it. Mr. Frank II. Ray in
the title role will shoe a horse on the
stage. The piece will be presented by
an excellent company of players under
the present management of Mr. Theo.
Krerner. Don't forget the dates April
lath and 20.
The McLoughlin circle and other
Chautauqua circles of this city have re
ceived an invitation from the Historical
Society of Portland to be present at
their meeting, Monday evening April
it, at which time Mrs. C. H. Dye of
this city will deliver an address upon
"The Hudson Bay Company." Many
learned and eminent men have delivered
lectures before this society, but Mrs.
Dye is the first lady asked to addrees
them. The Chautauquans of this city
are making arrangements to attend this
meeting which will undoubtedly be
interesting and instiuctive.
Today, (Friday) being Good Friday,
there will he services in St. Paul's church
at 10 a. m., 8 ami 7 :!I0 p. m. On Easter
Sunday the sacrament of tho Holy Com
munion w ill be administered at 8 a. m.,
and also after morning prayer. In the
evening al 7:110 p, in. appropriate Easter
recitations will be given by the children
ut the Sunday school and the chnroh
choir will render suitable Easter music.
The follow ing members of the Sunday
school will rviitu pieces Roy Station),
Roma Stnllord, Harriet Smith, Lucy
l.ovehice.'.lUyard Lovelace, Verdi May
villo, Leah and Mildred Fairchild, Chas.
Fairehild, Donald Shaw, Neita and Hen
Harding, Fred Charman, Annie Dnngey,
Lis Whitney, tiny Reddick. Ira Dnngey
and Maggie (ioodfellow. Through the
kindness of Mr. l'oe a magio lantern ex
dilution will be given in Pope's hall on
Wednesday evening, 17th int., to the
children of the Sunday school.
Prospects for the Oregon Pacific rail
r)d appear to be brightening. The
owners, Bonner A Hammond are pre
paring, should the sale to them he con
tinued by tho supreme court, to put the
road in first -class shape and give it out
that they wilt extend it through Eastern
Oregon to a connection with some trans
continental line. They will reorganixe
the company and will incorporate under
the name of the Oregon Central A East
Oregon City will shortly have the best
telephone Fervice of any town in the
tate. The Oiegon Telephone and Tele
graph Co. have a force of nien at work
putting up return wires for the instru
ments and installing the new telephones.
The instruments now being put in are
the latest improved long distance Roll
telephones and they will give perfect
satisfaction at all times and under all
conditions. Oregon City is fortunate in
s vuting so efficient a telephone service
and wi'h the extensive system now
operated in Oregon and Washington by
this company, this city will now be
on speaking terms with all the leading
towns of the two states.
County Treasurer Moore remitted
Wednesday the balance of the tax due
the state, the total of which was $15,
074 (W. By order of the court he will
set aside for the school fund the next
money coining into Ins hands for ap
portioning bv Stipt. Uih.-on to the vari
ous districts of the county. As the
school levy will yield $29,555.51 the
school districts will have ample funds
for school purposes for some time to
come. The apportionment w ill probably
be made about the midd e of Mav.
The steamer Ramonu curried fourteen
tons of fresh salmon to Portland Wed
nesday morning, the fiit day of the
open season. There is 'not a shadow of
a doubt but what those were all caught
after twelve o'clock Tuesday night,
though it was apparent that many of the
Bsh had lain in the w,ater so long await
ing the coming of the fishermen that they
were so soft as to be l.antlv fit for food.
It would be well for the Halmon during
the next close season to bury themselves
ia the sand it is said they keep better
The pupils of the East ham school have
bv five-cent contributions, raised a fund
of ten dollars with which a fine flag has
been purchased for the school building.
The ceremony of raising it will occur on
Friday afternoon of next week, when ap
propriate exercises will be carried out by
the school. It is expected that the
members of the Grand Army post in
this city will assist in making the event
worthy ot the patriotic motives inspiring
County Assessor Bradley has commen
ced the work of taking the census for
Oregon City and it would be well for
people who may have forgotten, to re
fresh their memory as to their age, place
ot berth and several other facts that is
necessary to fill out the census roll. It
is the intention of Mr. Bradley to make
this census more complete than hereto
fore taken and to show the exact popula
tion of Oregon City .
Mr. Thos. Allen, father of Mrs. E. C.
Hamilton, is rallying in splendid shape
fiom the amputation of his leg which
was performed at the Oregon City Hos
pital some three weeks ago. His ad
vanced age, 67 years, made his case
rather critical, but he bids fair, through
the skill of his physicians, to live to en-
Joy in health several years more of life.
Mrs. Robert Porter, of this city re
ceived news last week of the death
of her father, Wm. Patterson, which
took place in Dayton, Wash. Mr. Pat
terson was one of Oregon's earliest
pioneers, living in Oregon City many
years, afterwards going to Ktarbuck,
Washington, where he has since re
sided. The Young Peoples Society ot the
Baptist churches will observe a week
from Sunday as a grand rallying day in
the interest of the young people. It is
expected that the Baptists of Oregon
City will make the young people's woik
a special feature of the services of that
The building Otto Dente is having
erected on Seventh street between Adams
and Jefferson is nearly completed,
Vonderahe Bns. and Zinzerling doing
the work. Mr. Deute intends having a
store on the lower floor, which will be
conducted by himself and wife, and the
upper part he will use as a residence.
The marriage ot Miss Sophia Louise
I.ogus, and Harry Smith Moody, was
tolwmniied Wednesday afternoon April
10th by Rev. Uaau Dawson, rector of
St. Paul's Parish, at the home of her
sister, Mrs. Geo. Warner, in this city.
The affair was very quiet, none but
relatives and Intimate friends being
present. The bride wore a handsome
traveling costume. The residence was
artistically decorated with flowera and
house plants, the dining room especially
presenting a very charming appearance.
The happy couple received many useful
and extensive presents. After the
ceremony a sumptuous supper was In
dulged in by those present after w hich
Mr. and Mrs. Moody took the overland
train for Albany, where they will spend
several days visiting relatives. The
bride is well known in society, having
lived here all her life, the groom, being
one of Oregon City's prominent business
men, and they both have a large circle
of friends in this city who wish t!oin
a happy journey through life.
Shively's oera house, Friday and
Saturday nights and Saturday matinee,
April 18th and 20th. First grand pro
duction of the sparkling comedy-drama
entiled "Joe Bailey, the Blacksmith,"
written by Mr. Frank H. Ray, of Oregon
City and produced under the personal
management of Mr. Theo. Krerner, of
I-oiidon, supiiorted by his company of
excellent players, Mr. Frank II. Ray in
the title role. Special grand matinee
for ladies and children Saturday at 2 :30
p.m. Prices of admission (or evening,
50e; gallerv, 25c; matinee, 10c and 25c.
No extra charge for reserved seats.
Multonomah District grange met with
Oswego grange No. 175, April 10. A
day and nigtit session was held and
officers all present. Eleven of the
granges of Clackamas county, one of
Multnomah and one of Washington
county were represented. There
were about 10O members present. The
5th degree was conferred on a class of
14. Oswego grange as usual did most
royally entertain the visiting ineinWs
The next Pomona grange will meet with
the Tualatin grange on tho second Wed
nesday of July next. J. C.
Cams, April 11. 181)5.
Among the notable article! in the
Argonaut for April 15, 1S!5, ate: "The
Intercepted Letter: An Episode in the
life of a Successful Man," by Annie E.
P. Searing; "Benefits Remembered;
A Sketch of Army Life," by Gwendolen
Overton ; "America's leisure Class,"
a review of Charles Dudley Warner's
new novel, "Tho Golden House;". and
letters on "Abandoned Babes in Paris"
and the opening of the outdoor season of
coaching and bicycling in New York,
Marks Prairie school report, April nth.
The following named pupils in district
No. 38 were neither absent nor tardy
during the month : Grace Trover, Wade
and JViola Gribble, Leila and drover
Graves, Fred, Henry and Tina Peters,
Calvin Kocher, Samuel Dozierand Avon
Jesse. Whole No. of pupils enrolled on
register, 3,'i; average daily attendance,
28 ; visitors, 8. Patrons ami friends are
kindlv invited to call on the school and
note our progress.
William IIankins, Teacher.
The Extra Session of the Legislature, to
be given at ShWtly's opera house Sat
urday evening scored a great success in
Salem. The legislature adjourned to
attend and on all sides it was pronounced
the I test entertainment of the year.
Ladies take the parts of men and among
other questions discuss a bill in favor of
men being permitted to vote.
Willamette Falls Camp No. 148 Wood
men of the World at a regular meeting
Tuesday evening initiated four in the
protection degree and received two new
applications. This order is growing
very fast in membership as they have
on hand eleven to he initated who have
been accepted and will be admitted as
soon as their certificates are returned.
Cupid has been slow about getting in
his work during the past week, only
three licenses having been granted, thev
being to Sarah E. Murray and J. V.
Stapleton ; Katie Feathers and J. W.
Hilleary; Sophia L. I.ogus and II. S.
The full bill of fare, well cooked and
well served, is placed on the table at the
Farmers' Home hotel. The best the
market affords is provided' and Mr. and
Mrs. Sumner endeavor to give full value
in all meals served. Remember the
place, opposite the court house.
A number of members of Columbia
lodge, K. of P., of Portland, were present
at the meeting of Achilles lodge Monday
evening at Cnstle hall and conferred the
amplified 3d rank on two candidates.
Report of joint district No. (I, Pleasant
Home, for the month ending April 2d.
No. pupils enrolled, 51 ; average daily
attendance, 37; cases tardiness, 10, dif
ferent pupils tardy 8 ; No. of visitors, 3 ;
No. of pupils belonging at end of month,
50. Estkm.a SiirvEi.v, Teacher.
Wedding stationery, the latest styles
and finest assortment ever brought to
Oregon City at the Entkkpmhb office.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
World's Fair Highest Award.
The following ictlllon was presented
to the county court ut the last session.
Tho signatures to It embraced nearly all
the road iiKirylsorsln north and mid
die-east part of the county It would
appear that the Into Otegon City com
promise Is agrivatiug inther than allay
lug the diction bet ween the city and the
TO TIIIC IIONOKAHI.K Cot'NTV Co CUT !
We, the undersigned, supervisors of
road districts of (Msi kamas county In
behalf ot the taxpayers In our respective
precincts, resHH-tfully represent to your
honorable body, that Inasmuch as Ore
got) City lias obtained full und complete
control ol the road funds collected Inside
the city limits of, said city to the extent
uhit) per cent of said road funds, and
tho right to designuto on what Mad or
Mads the remainder of said road funds
collected inside of said city shall he ex
peiided, it seems that equal und exact
justice to all the county precincts would
require that tho county court should
make an order directing that all tho
road funds collected In each of said
country precincts shall be subject to the
control of the siiHrvisnr in said precinct
and as much as tit) per cent of said road
funds shall be expended within the
hmitsof said reciuct, slid I hut there'
maiiider of said funds he exciided on
such road as shall lie wdocted by tho
We would further represent to your
honorable body that llm principal
market for our precincts in tt city of
Portland and if any o the road funds
collected in said precinct bo ccnded
outside of said piecinct, It should be
be upon the principal road leading fiom
said precinct to the city of I'ortland.
WiiCHKroHK, in behalf of the tux pnv
ers in said precinct we pray your honor
able Uiily an onler directing that the
expenditure of tho road funds collected
in each of the precincts of the county be
under the control of the Mirvior of
said precinct as heretofore indicated.
Static or Ohio, firv or Toi.kimi,!
Litas Coi-Nrv, ( M-
Frank J. Cheney inukes oath that he
is the senior partner of the firm of F. J.
Cheney A Co., doing business in tho
city of Toledo, county and state afore
said, and that said linn will pay the sum
of one hundred dollars fur each and every
case of catarrh that can not be cured by
the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure
FKANK J. ClIKNKV.
Sworn to !cfore me and stihacrita-d in
my presence, ttiis Uh day of DoceinUtr,
A. D.,1SI. A, W. Gmuimin,
HK AL. I
Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken internally
and acts directly on the blood and mucus
surfaces of the system. Send for testi
F. J. Ciiknky & Co., Toledo, 0
ftiT'Sold by druggists, 75c.
Dissolution of ( o-l'srliiarslilp.
The partnership heretofore existing
between D. II. Rees ami J. W. Stewart,
as D. B. Rees A Co. is this dav dissolved
bv mtitol consent. J. W. Stewart re
tiring from the bimiuess. All accounts
due the firm are pavuhle to D. B. Rees,
who asumes all liabilities of the firm of
D. B. Rees & Co. 1. B. Kicks,
J. W. Stkwaht.
Oregon Cily March 30, ISM.
SHILOH'S CUKK is sT.ld on a guar
antee. It cures Incipient Consumption.
It is the best Cough cure. Only one
cent a dose. 25 cts., 50 cts. and $1.00.
For sale by G. A. Harding
It will he an agreeable surprise to per
sons subject to attacks of bilious colic to
learn that prompt relief may be hail by
taking Chamherluin's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrlnca Remedy. In many in
stances the attack may he prevented by
taking this remedy as soon as the first
symptoms of the disease appear. 50
cent bottles for sale by (i. A. Harding,
SHILOil SCLni; the great Cough
and Croup Cure, in" in great demand.
Pocket size contain twenty-five doses
only 25c. Children love it. For sale by
G. A. Harding.
Most people can not afford to experi
ment. They want immediate relief.
That's why they use One Minute Cough
A dollar saved is equal to two dollars
earned. 1'ay up your Hiilisapt'on to the
Entkhfhisk midget the the benefit of
the reduction in p. ice.
J ant ice blanks, real estate blanks, and
all other blanks ut the Entkki'HIhk of
fice. Portland price.
Highest Honors World' Pair,
MOST PERFECT MADE.
K pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Frei
lorn Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant,
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
NEW LOT OUTINGS, FLANNELS, YARNS,
Calicoes, Muslins, Shoos Etc.
1 buys. 20 lbs. rion, 28 11h. white Immiiih 11) 11m dry gran. Hiigar, 20 llm.
extra C, 20 lbs, irtuitH, iileM or plums, 10 llm. k"1 lunl, 10 llm. dry
milt input, IS yd, cnlxit w., 20 yds. nutinK llannol, anil In shinm. 1
ImyB a pair good oxford UHuafly l.Jii, or ladioH mdid button bIkmih
usually l.r0. Another nbinieit, "indie" dong. hIioch, nt, tip, great
value for tlM, broken loin hIioch at cost or loss; boy or limn h warran
ted plow UM and 1.35; ladies heavy Hlipw-r cut to 'bio,; hIoi-I wire
nails. 0 to 8 at 2..r)l) keg, or IV.) llm, 1.00; 10 to 2 enny 2.2.r) keg, or
40 lb. 1.00; ;10 to (10 in-liny 2.00, or -H Urn. 1.00, ltcductioii in ovory
...Red Front Store...
In order to make room for a largo (dock of
Gents' Furnishing Goods
The t'litiro htiH-k of dry good at the
BOSTON STORE MuK0UT
COMMENCING SAT.. APRIL 6, AT I P. M.
EVERY THINC MUST CO.
7VfOODY St RINERRSON.
...Harness and Saddles...
F. D. BALL AGENT,
At the Armory Building.
J. JONES & SON,
Doors, Windows, Mouldings,
DOOR AND WINDOW FRAMES.
Cabinet Work, Fitting up .Stores and Repairing of all kind.
Jobbing Orders Promptly Executed.
i-iim'i:n thi: i.ow:mt.
OFHIioi corner Fourth ami Vtr tri-tii. buck of Poi A Co'., Oregon City
f4ecu Shoe Store
Next door to llurnn'tnter & Andrm-n.
In guarantf-d to be given on all
3 Save M
Qregon Picture Frame
Makes a Specialty of Manufacturing
Mouldings . . .
and Picture Frames
New and Novel Designs
It;'f IKS Vf. ML
assortment of fashionable jewelery and silverware ia very complete.
DURME1STER & ANDKEHEN.
good. A trial in anked, before you
108 Second Street
M. J. MORSE, Manager.
and Art Material.
TIJJE WW NO JOT,
and thoHO who watch and wait for time
will only diweover Kb flight. You can
dificover an elegant collection of timo
pierog in our Htock of ladies' and
gentlonien's gold and silvo watched,
which in all canes are modelg of ac
curacy, keeping time ho well that they
don't loHe it. We can confidently rec
ommend our watches and clocks, too,
as entirely trustworthy, and meeting
the needs of the hour to a Bocond. Our