Image provided by: Oregon City Public Library; Oregon City, OR
About Oregon City enterprise. (Oregon City, Or.) 1891-194? | View Entire Issue (April 19, 1895)
Oregon City tntcrprisc.
FRIDAY, AI'lllI, M, IBM. .
Clacknmns Co. Directory.
:.ot ill Cnu
Oordon K, llayae
li. t. Ilortmi
K, C Kml1K'k
H. M. Xntlialiy
M. I,. Mnur.
J, C). Ilradlur
II. M. Illli.uii
D. W Klniialnl
It. I,. Iluiinaii
I lilt-hard Ni'iitl
I prank JKKr
CHAT ABOUT TOWN.
I'rlirn tlm Inweitt Kl Front More.
K. K. William, tlin iiroccr.
C'llll (or HIIMIplo.
"Joe ItuIli'V, tlie IHarkHinlth.
I'lr mnl liiiih wood wanted
A nw line of able ciitnbi
If you want a K'xil pump liny
Uuckcye of WlUon A Cooke,
I Unbent price puM hy the Commercial
hank (or county and city warrant.
Smoke Hie KerrM'e clar.
K. K. WilliHiiiH, the itrornr.
KreyUu' pHtUin( pickloaran le had
t the Corner irrorery. l'1'' 'n 'ie
hiMi K. II, lUy in lit own production
at Hhlvfly'n theatre Krltliiy nd Saturday
K. K. William, the grocer, will re
deem nil the IlorccHhoe tobacco Utn
(ietvonr blink. i. lib work done hy
Jiki Huiley at Sliivfly'i Hull Friday and
Mr. W. C. (irccn, of ihiaeily, tacame
the mother ol a 10-pound boy, Tuesday,
Hue the new diiKRer hair ornament,
amber etetu and metal tip, nt the
Order left at Frank Harlow' More,
for 4 f""t or Winch wood, promptly
filled hy K. I'arker.
The homo of K. V. Kllloit, of thin city,
w made happy, April lO'.h, by the ap
pearance oi a flue Ixiv.
A bora will be "hod on the lu t
Shlvely'a Hull by Joe Halley, the Hl.uk
emilh, Friday ami Haturday.
The cheapest place in town to get urn
Uellat i at the Racket atore. None
Hill be carried over the oimnner.
Hkiihock. Apple, prune, ralain,
plum or rice ft rent a pound; lemon
and ormwes a penny each at The Red
Hy watching for datiKron aymptom
nd by giving rltredinftti' Soothing lew
der at the right time, ave your baby
from fit or eonvulxion during teething.
Sick Headache, conrtlpaiion and indi
gnation are quickly cured by Do Witt'
Little Karly Itinera, the fumoti little
fi)lH. C. O. Huntlev, drnggiit.
SHILOH'8CL'RK the great Cough
and Croup Cure, r- In great demand.
Pocket aine contain twenty-five done
only 2fio. Children love It. For Rale by
O. A. Harding.
Gladntone grcenhouao I the place to
gut your plant. A tine collection on
hand of Iwgoniaa, heliatrope. geranium,
dnerariaa, fnchlas, petunia, pelargon
ium, elirynantbcmum, carnation,
calla, etc., vUs., at lied nxk price.
WiUoii A Cooke have moved their
Mock of hardware one door eoutb of the
Commerciul Hank, but wIll.Btill occupy
their old itand for farm impliment,uch
a Rain wagon, Oliver plow, Puckeye
and Pitcher pump, cultivator, hay
rake, mower and wheelbarrow.
Theladio of St. Paul's Guild of the
Episcopal church, gavo an entertain
inent and ocial at Armory hall, Thura
luy evening, which wan largely uttendud,
and which proved to be a Hiiccen lioth
soc in I ly and financially. A very inter
esting mimical program whs rendered,
after which refreshment were served
and a sociable time enjoyed by those
The entertainment ol the Y. P. S. C.
K. of the Baptist church given last Fri
day evening was one of the most success
ful ever given by tho young people of
thut church. A pleasing program was
rendered embracing songs and recitation
with a well executed umbrella drill by a
6iimd of young girls, and club swinging
by Mr. Itrown, of Portland. Refresh
ment were served in tho reception room
aftor the close of tho literary program.
A serious accident occurred ut the V.
P. A P. Co.' mill, on the Vest Side,
Tuusduy 11 i Lf 1 it. Samuel Dillman, one of
the employes, bad hi arm caught in the
In It of one of the machines, and so badly
lacerated, thut amputation wus necossury.
Hewn taken to the Oregon City hos
pital on the 10:20 car where the opera
tion was performed by Dr. Somnier, the
rtm being taken off just below the el
low. The young man, who recently
Ame from Stockton, Cal., is getting
along a well as could be expected.
Kinder nt the I'Jiu relic
Faster day wan observed by the differ
ent churches of (III city i an nppiopri
ut" noimier by spsclal service, lloial
dvcorutioiis mid the rendition of choice
The Faster decoration at the Con
gregational church were the most elabo
rate ever Mien at thl time of year.
Among numerous design of Oregon
gre and multitude of other flower
were throe dor.cn calla lilies lent by
friend from California, .ulla shrubs In
full bloom, pillow of pansie and
hyacinth thut filled the house with
perfume. Dr. Cowan preached on the
Resurrection, The annual I'.aster con
cert In the evening wa a delight to the
immense corigrcimtioii thut filled every
availnhle sitting. Very great credit I
due to Mrs. F. F. White who is training
up so muny song bird itnoiig the little
people. The little girl in their white
dresse were fair a the Flutter lilies of
which they sang.
At St, Paul' Fplscopal church the
decorations and floral pieces, which
were composed entirely of white flowers,
were esHclally beautiful and a large
contribution of callus (nun California,
added greutly to tho attractiveness of
the church. The rector, Rev. Isaac
Duwson, conducted the services. There
were two celebrations of the holy Fil
clurist, one at 8 o'clock, a. m., and one
Inter at II o'clock, morning service.
In the evening, a children' sin vice wus
held in place of the usual evening prayer.
At St. John' church, Faster was com
memorated in a manner appropriate to
the church's vreatest festivul. The altar
wus handsomely adorned with uuutititM-s
of callus and lilies artistically arranged,
and the service were very impressive,
t lit event of theday beiiiK the celeoralion
of high mass at the morning service.
At the First Presbyterian church the
deviations were very elaborate, and
large congregations assembled at each
service during the day, to listen to the
Rev. A. J, Montgomery, who preached
sermons morning and evening suitable
to the occasion.
F'uster service of unusual Inters!
were held at the first M. K. church.
There was a profuse displsy of flowers,
the church Iwing attractively decorated.
A children' service consisting of exer
cises and singing took the place of the
usual morning service and in the even
ing Rev. T. P. Ilovd, of Portland, occu
pied the pulpit.
So).ial Kaiiler music marked theday
at the First Baptist church, and Rev.
M. L. Rugg, pastor of the church, de
livered appropriate sermons both morn
ing and eveniag.
' A Pleasing Huccesa.
Prof. W, F. Werschkul, who has
charge of the singing class in the Presby
terian chinch of tliis city, conducted a
concert on the 10th inst., given by his
class of the Y, M. C. A . of Portland. Of
it success the Sunday Oregonian has
the following to say: "The concert on
Thursday evening at the Y. M.C. A.
hall, given under the auspice of Prof.
Werschkul, assisted by Miss Rinnie De
Forest, the elocutionist, whs a decided
success. The program was attractive
and rendered by the class in excellent
taste. The attendance was very large,
and many were unable to gain admission.
The selection by Miss M. Ilayncs and
Mr. W. Ilaynes, pupils of Prof Wersch
kul, was enjoyed very much, while the
readings of Miss DeForesl were enthus
iastically received. Mrs, K. M. Bergen,
accompanist, deserves much credit (or
her good work, as does Prof Werschkul
for hi excellent solos.,"
T. P. Boyd, an evangelist from Port
land, has been conducting a series of re
vival meetings at the First M. F. church
In this city for the past two weeks.
There is a large attendance at these
meetings, and much enthusiasm mani
fested A special service was -held
Wednesduy afternoon for school children,
and an illustrated sermon delivered by
Rev. Boyd which wa very instructive.
Died, in this city, Wednesday, April
17, Silas F. Scripture, aged 1 year, 6
months and 12 days, youngest son of S.
F.and R. K. Scripture. The funeral will
take place today (Friday) at the M. E.
church, at 2 o'clock p. m., Rev. Gabriel
A new, complete and up-to-date Hand
book of information, covering nearly
200 cities, towns and resortB, contained
in the current Issue of the Hand Mc
Nully Guide. $11.00 por year, 40c per
copy. 1(10 AdaniB Street, Chicago.
The annual mooting of the W. C. T.
U. will be held in tho Free Reading
Room, Friday, April 10th, at2:"0 p. m.,
for the election of ofllcers for the ensu
Elaborate scenery and beautiful cob
tumcB will be usml in "Joe Bailey, the
Blacksmith" at Shively's Friday and
Saturday evonings. Reserved seats at
Bids wanted for forty (-10) cords of fir
wood. Wood to be of large, live timber,
free of largo knotts, ami all tops and
limbs loss than throe Inches in diameter
will bo rejected. Said wood to be de
livered at school house on or boforo July
1,1805. The board reserves the right
to reject any or all bids. Address, all
bids to E. A. Smith, clerk district No.
34. All bids muBt be in by April 25,
Win. J, Howlett, of Kagle. Crook, was
In town Tuesday.
T. U. Orepii, an attorney of Portland,
wa In town Tuesday.
Miss 1-oJI Riles, of Portland, wa In
the city on Saturday,
N, II. Townsend, of Portland, visited
this city, last MundaV.
Mrs. Geo. A. Hsrding i confined to
her home witli the griiiie.
Mr. If. A. Young I quite ill with the
grippe at til home in this city.
Miss Louise Knight, of Canby, wa In
the city on busines Monday.
J. If. Lambert of Portland, wa in
town Wednesday, on business.
A. F. Davis, of Cluckamns, attended to
husincHi In this city on Tuesday.
Mr. I,ee Beam, of The Dalles, was in
Oregon City on business last Monday.
Mrs. It. (ilassKsl, who lias torn ill
for some time, is slowly convalescing.
Col. Know lea of the St. Charles hotel
Portland, visited this city, Wednesday.
Mr. snd Mrs. II. H. Moody returned
home from Albany Tuesday afternoon.
R. 8. Farrell and R. M. Townsend, of
Portland, visited friends in town Sun
Mr. A. N. Mundy, of this city, has
been tite ill with pneumonia the past
Mrs. Louis F. Cook, of Pendleton, was
visiting relative in this city the first of
Mrs. J. R. Miller and on of Sellwood
visited at the borne of Mrs. S, A. Chase
J. F;. Hedges was in Albany on Fri
day and Saturday, of last week, on legal
Father Hillebrand went to Salem
Wednesday on business, returning
Mis Grace Hurkin and Mis Gold
stein, of Portland, were in town Sunday
Jordon Zan, Jean White and Morris
Whitehouse, of Portland, visited friends
in this city Sunday.
Miss Elisabeth Wilson, of Logan, has
leen sending the week in Oregon City
visiting with friendB.
Miss Helen Griffiith, of Salem, has
been the guest of her sister, Mrs. R. A.
Miller, the past week.
Mrs. Albert Fuller, of Portland, visited
her mother. Mr. Harry Harding, in
in this city on Sunday.
Mrs. Mary Reed, of Bay Center,
Wash., lelt last Saturday after a week's
visit with friends in this city.
Mr. and Mr. James M. Halliday, who
have resided here for the past winter, left
Thursday evening for Sacramento.
Mr. R. Bradley, father of our county
assessor, came from Pleasant Home
Monilav, and is visiting his son in this
Prof. Frank Rigler, principal of the
Portland High School, lormerly of this
city, was in town Tuesday, for a short
Miss Myrtle Apperson returned toher
home in McMinnville, Wednesday, after
a two weeks visit with friends in this
Mrs. Geo. C. Kinney and Frank Blank
enshlp have gone to Ashland, Or., to be
with their Bister, Miss Susie Blankenahip,
who is very ill.
Mrs. Etta Hilly left Thursday for.her
home at Hillsdale, Washington county,
alter a week's visit with her parents Mr.
and Mrs. D. Fisher.
Mr. Will L. Miller returned from his
home in Jacksonville Monday, where he
has been attending to business matters
during the past two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Pilsbury, of Bidde
ford, Me., will arrive in' the city next
week, and will visit Mr. Pilsbury's
brother, Mr. J. G. Pilsbury.
Jus. Gault left last Monday tor Corn
stock, Douglas county, where he takes
the position of engineer in the Davis,
Ambler A Merrell sawmill of that place.
Geo. Warner left for Ilwaco, Friday,
where he has accepted a position with
the Aberdeen Packing Co. during the
coming season. Airs. Warner will re
main in this city.
Mrs. T. A. McBride, accompanied by
her son and daughter, George and May,
returned home Tuesday from San Jose,
Cal., where they have been visiting
since March 1st. ,
J. W. Stewart, Eugene Cowing and
Henry Elliot, left Wednesday morn
ing fur Southern Oreuon, where they
will prospect in the mining district of
that part of the state.
Mrs. W. C. Johnson, and son Ronald,
of this city, accompanied Rev. J. C.
Read and wife to Salem Thursday even
ing, where Mr. Ruud will be confined in
the asylum by order of the court.
Mrs. Job, Hedges, of Cnnemah, who
tins been under tho doctor's care for some
time, is now so far recovered as to be
about the house with good prospects for
a completo restoration oi her health.
C. S. Allen, who baa been spending
tho winter in Oregon for tho benefit of
bis health and to pay a visit to his sister,
Mrs. N. Tingle, of Gladstone, left Tues
day for his home in Traverse City, Mich.
Mrs. B. Foster and child, of Park City,
Utah, 'arrived in Oregon City Monday
to make a visit with her sister and
brother-in-law, Rev. and Mrs. Isaac
Dawson. Mrs. Foster's husband i rec
tor of the F'piscopal church of Park City,
M. F. Ambh-r, secretary and manager
of the Da via-Ambler, Moiiell Lumber
Company, of Coinstock, Or., wa in
town on business Monday.
Mr. Archie Wilson, brother of Mr.
L M. Gurnett, who has lived in this
city all winter, left for San Francisco,
Calif., Thursday evening. After remain
ing there a short time, be will go on to
Sacramento where he will remain.
Mrs. Jos. Dobbins, of Merlin, Joseph
ine county, left for her home Monday,
after a two week' visit with her brother,
Mr. Eaton, of Oswego, and with Mr.
X. Tingle, an old-time friend, of Glad
stone. Mr. D. 11. Additon, of Portland, and
Mrs. L. C. Driggs, of thi city, went to
Clackamas Tuoday and organized a W.
0. T. U. of twenty-four member, with
Mrs. Clark as president. Mrs. Additon
sioke in the evening to a large audience.
Mrs. E. J. Hedge has arrived home
from Pueblo, Colorado, where she has
been for some time past with her
daughter, Miss Km ma, for whose heahh
the trip was taken. Mis Emma re
mained in Colorado, her health having
improved very materially of late.
Ht. Paul's Parish.
The annual parish meeting for the
i election of vestrymen for St. Paul'
parish, was held Monday evening, with
the following result: Geo, A. Harding,
R. GlassKXil, A. Lewthwaile, W. B.
Stafford, A. W. Schwan, H. L. Kelly
and C. J. Parker. The last two named
were elected senior and junior w ardens,
respectfully. Alter the parish meeting
the vestry met and organized electing
Geo. A. Harding treasurer and C.J.
The annual meeting of the St. Paul's
Guild of the Episcopal church, was held
Eaiter Monday in the church and the
following officers elected for the ensuing
year. Mr. H. L. Kelly re-elected presi
dent, Mi. F. L. Cochrane re-elected
secretary and Mrs. G. A. Harding re
Statk r Ohio, Citv ok Toi.mo,
Ll'CAS C'Ol'NTY, S
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he
is the senior partner of the firm of F. J.
Cheney A Co., doing business in the
city of Toledo, county and state afore
said, and that said firm will pay the sum
of one hundred dollar for eacl. and every
case of catarrh that cannot be cured by
the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
Fbask J. ClIKNKV.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in
my presence, ttiis 6th day of December,
A. D.,1880. A.W. Glbasos,
Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken internally
and acts directly on the blood and mucus
surface of the system. Send for testi
F. J. Chkney A Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by drugitista, 75c.
Having this day bought the stock of
harness, Baddies, and saddler's harness
of A. II. Schram, successor to Schram
A Moore, we have appointed Mr. F.
D Ball our agent, who will offer the
stock at cost for cash in order to close
out a soon as possible. All parties
knowing themselves indebted to the
late firm will settle their account with
Mr. F. D. Bull at once.
Tub Geohor Lawrknck Co.,
Portland! Oregon .
Oregon City, April, 1805.
Those who never read the advertise
ment in their newspapers, miss more
than they presume, Jonathan Denison,
of Bolan, Worth Co., Iowa, who had
been troubled with rheumatism in his
back, arms and shoulders, read an item
in his paper about how a prominent
German citizen of Ft. Madison had been
cured. He procured the same medicine,
and o use his own words : "It cured
Die right up." He also says: "A neigh
bor and his wife were both sick in bed
with rheumatism. Their boy was over
to my house and said they were so bad
he bad to do the cooking. I told him of
Chamberlain's Pain Balm and how it
had cured me. he got a bottle and it
cured them up in a week." 50-cent
bottles for sale by G. A. Harding, drug
Drs. Ilickey the dentist owing to the
increased practice in their Portland office
has been compelled to discontinue their
Oregon City ollice. Parties desiring
dental work will find them in the Dekum
building Third and Washington streets
Portland. Those having f5 or more
wortli of work done will have their
round trip fair deducted from their bill.
Strawberries, hot-house lettuce, rad
ishes. Oreizon asuaraitus. Kreen peas,
cauliflower, celery, new potatoes, new
cabbage, rhubarb, etc.
K. E. Williams, the grocer.
Our natrons will find De Witt's Little
Early Risers a safe and reliabo remedy
for constipation, dyspepsia and liver
complaint. C. G Huntley, druggist.
When your gtiidman comes home at 'een,
Ho ave expects to see
Two cosy slippers on the hearth,
And a cup of Japoolo Tea.
Ut. Price's Cream Baking Powder
World's Fair Highest Award.
All nob for thi column should lie
i sent in Mrs. II. S. GiUon, editor,
Oregon City, Oregon.
Report of school district No. 23, Wil
sonville, for the month ending March 27,
1H05. The lollowing named pupils were
on tht roll of honor for the month :
Raluh Seely, Ernst Schlickeiser, Herman
Schlickheiser, Norris Young ; Raymond
Seely Theodore Hcbiel, Walter Schlick
eiser, Maud Seely, Pricilla Miley, Lillie
Schlicckeiser, Minnie Hchlickeiser, Mable
Seely, Nettie Hasselbrink, Lillie Seely
Anna Wagner, and Grace Vowel). Num
ber of day attendance 840; number of
days absent 150; times tardy 6; time
lost ' 102 minute; average enrollment
60.'; average daily attendance 42 3-10.
For the term ending March 27, 1805.
The number of days attendance were
2016; nu in tier of days absent 352; num
ber cases tardiness 28; lime lost 202 min
utes; average enrollment 'A average
daily attendance 48 3-5. The following
pupils were on the roll of honor for the
term : Ralph Seely. Herman Scblikeiser,
Raymond Seely, Theodore Scliiel, Maud
Seely, Pircilla Miley, Lillie Schlickeiser,
Minnie Schlickeiser, Mable Seely, Nettie
Hasselbrink and Anna Wagner,
A. I. IIickinbothkm, Teacher. .
Rport for district No. 5fl, for the
month ending April 12th. Number of
days taught 20; number of pupils en
rolled 18; average number belonging 15;
number of days attendance 24.3; number
days absence 48; average daily atten
dance 12. Those neither absent nor
tardy during the month were Rena
Carter, Nellie Carter and Archie Boyles.
Belle Hibbabd, Teacher.
Following is the report of the Beaver
Creek school for the past month: Num
ber of pupils enrolled 41; average daily
attendance 33 ; whole number of days at
tendance 661. Following pupils were
present every day: Magnie. Mary,
Jacob and Willie Herman, David Thomas
Albert Traylor, Laurence Ruconich,
Amos and Art Kirk, Perry Longergan,
George Hollmann, Joseph Studeman,
Willi and Dora Hughe.
Myrtle F. Tavloh, Teacher.
Chas. Ru'herford, one of the progres
sive teachers of the county, called at the
superintendent's office last Saturday.
Hi school observed Arbor day by plant
ing three tree dedicated to Lincoln,
Grant and Garfield. The ceremony was
performed alter appropriate exercises
consisting of a biographical sketch of
Lincoln by Mr. Rutherford, and anec
dotes of and quotations from tne speeches
of the martyr president by the pupils.
Geo. McArthur's school dedicated a
tree to the memory of Bryant.
Mr. Harrington's pupils planted a tree
in honor of Washington.
Bolt. Ginther observed Arbor day in
A. C. Strange was in town Saturday
and made a pleasant call at the superin
tendent s office. Mr. Strange is teaching
a class iii book-keeping one night of each
week. He says his pupils are getting
along nicely, which is not surprising to
one who knows their teacher.
Miss Helen Taylor's school planted
two trees on Arbar day in honor of
Washington and Columbus. The pro
gram was quite lengthy and was well
Miss Annie Hiconbothem at Wilson
ville, will hold the Arbor day exercises
A one-horse wagon and single harness,
both neatly new. Can be seen at Wilson
A Cooke's. The purchaser will get a
bargain. Address C. Hoberg.
Its Merits Nothing else!
Marr A Robertson Agents.
Karl'8 Clover Root will purify yonr
blood, clear your complexion, regulate
your bowels and make yonr head clear
as a bell. 25c, 50c., and a dollar. For
sale by Geo. A . Harding.
J. P. LOWE,
WatcliMler Next Door to 8tar
In Jeweler Work Warranted.
A Trial Is Asked.
McKittrick's shoes are the best on earth.
McKittrick's prices are the lowest on earth.
McKittrick's styles are always the latest.
McKittrick's house is the squarest on earth.
You need not send East for Bone Mils to cut
green bones for your chickena, but can get them of the
PORTLAND SEED CO. Also a full line of
171 Second St., Portland, Ore.
who are delicate.
thnw who suf
fer from back
sennations in the
symptom of de
rangement oi in
female functions can find renewed strength
nd halth by t.-.kinc Ir. Pierce's Favorite
Prescription. For the pains and aches, the
period of melancholy and sleeplessness
nothing on do you so much prrmanrnt
good u this vegetable compound. Yon
save the doctor's fee, as well as jroar mod
esty, by purchasing this " Prescription " of
Doctor Pierce. For a (Treat many year
Dr. R. V. Pierce (chief consulting physician
and specialist to the Invalids' Hotel and
Surgical Inatititte, of Buffalo, N. Y.) made
a specialty of the dineases of women, and
from bis large experience he wa able to
compound a " Prescription " which acted
directly upon the special internal parts of
women. When in doubt as to your ailment
write him, it will cost yon nothing. A.
Book, on "Woman find Her DiseasM,"
published by the World's Diipensary Med
ical Association, BurTilo, N. Y., is of inter
est to all women. It will be sent for ton
cents in stamps.
When women are afflicted with nervous
ness, irritability, nervous prostration or e
haustion and sleeplessness, in nine case
out of ten the source of the trouble is some
displacement, irregularity or derangement
of the special internal parts. Dr. Pierce'
Favorite Prescription turn permanently
such cases as well as that distressing in
ternal discharge from the mucous mem
brane, inflammation and ulceration.
Bnnklyn, Jackvtn Co., Mirk.
Gentlrmsn I am more than willing to ht your
most valuable medicine haa cured me of female
weakneaa and a catarrhal discharge from the
lining membranes of the special parts. I suf
fered for years with pain in my bock, never a
night waa'l free. At your retruest I commenced
treatment with Dr. Pierce'a Fivorite Preacrip
tkm. I could not siren on a mattrass : it seemed
as though it would kill me. Since taking the
medicine I can aleen anywhere: 1 am perfectly
well. I would not be placed in my former coo
dilion for any money. Gretefhlly yours.
ARBLE & URANITE
CALVIN H. WEEKS, - Prop.
Wholesale and Retail dealers In
Flue KoniiMtal workui Insartel Statuary.
Do not order monumental work until you
obtain our prices. You will And lor good
work our charge are always ihe low
est. If any work If wanted in our
line, please drop ut a erd,
and we will call with de
signs snd prices,
Sond and Third Ststtt Elaatsle
Cap Pas Ous Salesrooms.
720 Front Street. Opposite the Falling School.
Will stand the season of 1893 at Canby
on each Monday and Tuesday and the
balance of the week in Oregon City at
ADIRONDACK wa aired by Bona
Fide, 720, sire of Humbert 2:28, Gen
2 :30. Bona Fide wa aired by Hamble
tonian 10, and he by Abdallah 1. Adir
ondack' dam was Madtre, dam of Vol
unteer 55, sire of St. Julian, 2 :11.
ADIRONDACK is the sire of Bonnie
Bell,2:24'i; Flora T. 2:35; Annie B,
2:40; Adrian, 2:44; Ambler, 2:44, she
the dam of Lonxitudo, 2:18.
TERMS, $10 for season. $15 for insur
ance. For further particulars inquire in
Oregon City of H. C.SLOPER.
Complete stock of
Fine Family Groceries,
Try my extra
Main and Fourteenth Streets.
Opp. Huntley's Drug Store,
All Kinds of Watches,
Clocks and Jewelry Repaired
FORTY YEARS EXPERIENCE IN
Great Britain and America.
Give me atrial.
DR D. S. 8TRYKER, DENTIST. HAS RE
moved to Odd Fellows' temple 8. W. Cor. lt
and Alder, Portland, Orrgtm.
Vh ' Mi