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OREGON CITY, OREGON, FRIDAY, JUNK 28, 1895.
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TxiNin'i nm, iinrii piiilliiay III Aplllt
Probate ocmrt In aeulim flr.t Ur.iui.v in .,..
OommlMlnnnra court minta Aral Wedtieartay
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1 INKAKHON & IIYHK,
ATTORNEYS AT I, AW
Will praotloe In all ruurli nl ttt alale."
OflWIu JniiKnr HulMIng iippiinllti Court limine.
1 OltlKlN K. IMVK8,
All Irital mattra linnloil lo i r in 1 1. 1 1 y.
"tir II. ixiiivnh
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Nomuv ri' m.it;
Will practice In nil court, nl He
lli.urntii'e wrltlen In nil Icaillug c
.nitln. All Irani ot '. lla hirm. Ik
Co lent'eiiaa apetiialty.
(1 K. I..HTOKY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
t'patalre oppmlle Court lloiiw.
Tltlea ri.mllicl mil ati.lrarla mails. Money
leaned, Mnrtnjrn i,ri-rln.d anil a
general law lmliima.
OUT OF SICHT
and above t;onix)tltion HtrikuH tlie knynoto
l our now stock of carpets, rugs, malting
ami oil clotliH, That's tlio idea ; alwve com
Petition ili'HcrilicK our K.miiion In tlio whole
carpet trail", and wd'w never afraid such
designs can li found In the whole country
round ii a we have in our stock. Patterns
likn on ur a K'). and for that reaaon
tlitirv'ro (fiih(f everywhere in Clackamas
County. The newest, brightest, and the
must attractive designs are si way ours.
That wan our reason lor selecting tliem. It's
aUo a good reason for your Relucting what
ever you ihmki irom our comprehensive
Greatest Gatherlntr Ever Held
A MEAT LITERARY KOftKVOl'M.
f'roKram Embracing Every Line of
Progreire Tliouglit A fine
Array of Talent.
BELLOMY & BUSCH.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Olllcva In llaralry llnlldliig. Oregon City, and
Do General Law
'I i' in 1 1 U-, 1'iirllaiMl.
liilni.a, I .nan Money,
J J T HI.AI'KN,
NOTAKY ITIU.K; an.l (ON VK YANCKH.
Ileal aafale liainlli'il. Insurance wrlltfii III
the Harilonl, i.l llarlliinl, I'ala'lne. North
Hrlll.il It HririillU Hamburg ot llri'uiau
Ofllce with II. K. Cnna, Oregon ('It V. Oregon
l.At'KAMA AIIHTHACT A Tlil hT CO.
irarta of Ctnrkar.ta. county nrntterty a Mteo-
lany. (iiH)tl work, ri'anlialile rharifi'a,
Yinrk iruaraiilt'i'it (tlve in. atrial I
0 Ulnureiie, C. K liniialilxin, J, F.
I lark, Mrri iiiia.
oriioon ( ity, .... naaoiiN.
In a jirt'Hcription nro of an much valuo in
HiekncBH an hkillcd medical attcntlanco.
7th. St. DrtiK Store.
MiikeH a NK;iaIty of carrying a stock of
pure drunB and all itrcHcrijitions are
Dr. L. M. Andrews.
INMAlItU A JOHNSON.
CIVII. ENtilNKKItH ANl HI RVKY0KH.
Hallway Iwatlmi ami rnu.triii'llon, tirllna.
ilaii.ainl catliiiatra (or walir auij'!y.
I'ralliaje ami atrrct lliipriivi-mcnl nl tnwna.
Xpaclal aitiHilliui (Ivcn to Araiihthi( ami blue
Corner Kllit ami
Main ttrceta, Oregon City,
RKAI. EST AT K TO HK I.L AND
MoNKY TO LOAN.
ATTOHNKY AT LAW
iarraAi-m or raorakTY rt'KMiainn.
Offlc neit to Oregon City liank on Dth atreet.
Q 0. T. W II.UAMH.
KKAL KHTAYK TrTl) WAN AOKNT,
A good line ol biialtieaa, rcildiMice and aubitrball
Farm I'roperty In trai n to mil ou eaajr lormi
Correarmnrtenr promptly anawered. Odlce,
next door loCauneld A llniilley'i drugatore.
..WILL FIND THE.
Able to tfivis Prices anl work Equal to tlio best to
bo had in Portland on Doors, Sash, Blinds and in
nido Finishing. House Bills a Specialty. Orders for
Robbins & Lawrence, Prop.
Shop on Main and Eleventh Street.
Q !. D. C. LATOl'ltHTTR,
COUNSELORS AT LAW
MAIN MTKKKT, OHKttON CITY, OKKOON.
furnlih Alxtracta nl Title, iMtn Money, Fore-
oio.e atongagea, ami trauaaot ueuerai
JJ K. CHOH8,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Will I'kactic i in All Coi't or the Stat
Heal Kjlate anil Iiunranre.
Ofllreon Main HI rout bet Sixth and Seventh,
ORKIION CITY, OR.
Q II. DYB,
COUNSELOR AT LAW
Office over Oregon City Bank,
ORIOON CITY, ORKOOH
KO. C. 1IK0WNKLU
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Orioon City, Orioon.
Will practice In all the enurta nf the atate. 01
flee, next door to Catiltold A llunlluy'a drug
milE COMMERCIAL) BANK,
OF OREGON CITY.
TRANRACTB k ORNKRAL BANKINO BURINKBSi
Loam made. Bllli dlacounted. Makei col
lection!. Buya and lolla exchange on all pnltita
In the United Statoa, Europe aud Hong Kong.
Dopoilti recoiled aubjeot to chock. Bank
open from D A. u. to i r. at. Saturday Tenlugi
from S to 7 P. at.
D. O. LATOURKTTE. Prealdent.
F. E. DONALDSON, Caahler
JJANK OF OKKOCN CITY,
Oldest Banklnz Hesst Id tie Cltr.
Patd up Capital, M),000.
0IO, A. IIARDINa.
I. O. CAttrtKLD.
C1IARI.U H. CAUrtXLO,
A general banking btialneai transacted.
Depoalta rooelved nibjoct to check.
Approved bllla and notea dlacounted.
County and city warrant bought.
Loan a mulo on available aocurlty.
Exchange boiiRht and lold.
Collection! made promptly.
Draft! sold iVfU'u Ic In any part of the world
Telegraphic exchange gold on Portland, Sao
Fraaeliteo, (Thloajj anl New York. t- ,s.
Interest pl.( r' rpoalti.
tub Afenlaof THE t,OS DON CHEQUE BANK,
OREGON CITY IRON WORKS
New and Enlarged Shop with all appliances for
MACHINE WORK & CASTING.
All work executed in the Iwnt manner possible.
teed on all orders.
REPAIRI1TG - .A. - SPECIALTY,
Prices the lowent to bo had in Portland. Shon on Fourth Street.
near Main, Oregon City, Oregon.
L ROAKE & CO., Proprietors.
-ow you Can Save Money
When your children need a laxative or stomach
and bowel regulator, buy
BABY'S FRUIT LAXATIVE.
Fifty Jones for twenty-hve cents. The season for
colds and coughs is upon us. In order to be pre
pared for an cmergoncy, get a bottle of
Baby's Pectoral Syrup,
The best in the market. Price 25 cents. For sale
at the CANBY PHARMACY, Canby, Or.
DR. J. H. IRVINE, Proprietor.
Do You Need a legal Blank?
Tho ENTERPRISE has the only complete stock
in Clackamas county.
Nearly 200 Different Blanks
to Make Selections From.
Every kind of a blank needed by a Judge, Jus
tice, Lawyer, Real Estate Dealer, Farmer or
One or a Quantity Sent postage paid at Portland
Prices to Your Address.
EQUAL SUFFRAGE IIEADQUAR
Tho hijiial SuHYaue Annotation hai
made arraiiKomunta for elegantly ap
pointed headquarters, which will be in
chaise of Mr. Helen Dickinaon Har
ford, atate director, and where the fol
lowing program will be prenented:
July 10 Women in Journalism Mr.
C. A. Cohurn, Mm. Eugenie M.
July 12 Women in Literature Mr.
Julia 11. Bauer, Mrs. F. A. Arnold.
July 13 Women in Art Mr. Jodie De-
Voro Johnson, Mrs. Lucy Scott Bower,
Mr. A. G. Coleman.
July 14 Women in Education Mi
Eucljd K. Orookhatn, Mra. Ralph R
July 15 Women in Church Work-
Mr. T. L. Eliot, Mra. Ellen Scott
Women as Homo Makers Mr.
Ada CorniHh HerUche, Mrs. Maria
I July 10 Women in Other Lands Mi.
I ft v n.. i T........I. t....i t.
Women as Mother Mrs. Abi
gail Scott Duniway, Mr. Franci
July 17 Women in BiiHiness Mr.
Lydia Hunt King, Dr. Annice E. Jef
frey, Dr. Mary LeonarJ, Dr. N. J. A.
July 18 Women as Philanthropic
Mis Helen F. Spaulding, Dr. Franci
July 19 Women in Politics Miga Nel
lie Hill, Mia Chriatine McConnell.
Besnie Isaac Savage, president of the
Woman and the Ballot Mrs.
Washington State Equal Suffrage Association.
W. C. T. U. HEADQUARTERS.
The State W. C. T. U. have arranged
for a department In care of Mrs. Anna A.
R!;?i, Director of the School of Meth
ods. Their program Is as follows, to be
presented each day at 4 o'clock :
July 10 Opening School of Methods
Mrs. Anna R. Riggs.
July 11 "The Lady or the Tiger,
Which?" Mr. Narcissa White-Kin
July 12-Capital and Labor Mrs. L. II.
A deli ton, Lents.
July 13 Press Work Mrs. L. A. Nash,
July 15 Peace Mrs. Elizabeth B.
July 16 Narcotics Mrs. S. M. Kern,
Systematic Giving Mrs. M. L.
Driggs, Oregon City.
July 17 Securing Homes for Homeless
Children Mrs. M. E. Hoxter, Portland.
July 18 Kindergarten .Mrs. Caroline
Dunlap, Miss lone Dunlap.
July 19 Mother's Meeting Rev. Ida
Response by s Salem Junior, Harold Gi
Song by Oregon City Juniors.
What the Boys' Brigade Stands for a
What the Junior Endeavor Society
stands for Mis Mabel Bryant, Forest
Song, by Portland Juniors.
Open parliament, led by Miss J. Marks.
Question: What one good thing can I
mention in the work ol my society?
(Let one Junior appointed for the pur
poss, answer for each society).
Song, by Boy's Brigade.
Address to the Boys' Brigade, Mr. M. M.
Address to the Juniors, Mis Carrie
Closing service, Mr. W. I). Palmer.
All Junioas admitted tree on this day.
and on the Mount so do his modern dis
ciple teach and study the scripture les
son. The Hall in the Grove has be
come s temple of philosophy. Wise in
structors discuss economics and social
science, the botanistdissects the flowers,
the chemist compounds hi gases, the
class in drawing follows the stroke of S
master poncil, the chorus pulses and
throbs at the baton-stroke of the great
musician. Such an assembly is s boon
to any community.
DEPABTMKNT OF PHYSICAL TRAINING.
J . It. Wetherbee, Director : The courses
offered are open to both ladies and gen
tlemen, and are designed to meet the
wants of public and private school teach
ers, and all person seeking their per
sonal improvement either by exercise or
in learning how to look after their phys
The course will consist of theory and
practice with special attention to drills
suitable for public school work without
other apparatus than ordinary school
furniture. There will be daily lectures
and classes in practical work .
The theoretical work of the course
comprise lecture and practical talks
on the following subjects: Anatomy
general structure (bones, muscle, vis
cera . )
Applied Anatomy. Lectures and de
monstrations on the actions of the mus
cle and best method of developing them.
Physiology. Lectures on blood, cir
culation, respiration, digestion, nutrition
Personal Hygiene. Lectures on diet,
sleep, exercise, bathing, clothing, and
various agents of health.
Physical Training. Lectures on the
history of physical education and adap
tation of the different methods to public
school and college work.
Growth of Children. Variations and
peculiarities in the growth and develop
ment of children of different ages, and
the bearing of these changes upon their
mental and moral life.
Physical Basis of Mental Life. Rela
tion of the body and mind in health and
disease ; dependence of the nervous sys
tem upon soundness of structure ; build
ing the brain by improving the body.
School Seating and Ventilation. The
effect of improper ventilation and seating.
Causes of spinal curvature. Responsi
bility of parents and teachers.
Gymnastics Drills suitable for pub
lic and private school work with and
without apparatus ; home exercise with
Athletics. Out-of-door exercises, bi
The daily practical work of the course
consists of the following exercises :
Free Movement. Introductory exer
cises without apparatus for stretching
the muscles, euppieing the joints and set
ting up the figure. (Swedish.
Calisthenics. Light and Bingle ryth
mic movement of body and limb for the
cultivation of grace and elegance in form
and bearing; figure marching and fancy
Lit:ht Gymnastics. Exercises with
wooden dumb bells, wans and clubs;
Savonarola, Dr. F. W. Gunsaulus, Chicago.
The Passion Plav at Oherammeriran.
President Jordan, of Leland Stanford.
The Poetry of Art, by the painter.
John Ivey, of San Francisco.
The Lady or the Tiger Which? Mrs.
Narcissa White Kinney.
Don Quixote and his Modern Imitators,
Dr. George R. Wallace.
What are American Principles? Colonel
T. M. Anderson.
China and the Chinese, with stereopti-
can, Bev. W. S. Holt.
Lear and Macbeth, President Chapman.
Hard or Soft Soap Which? Prof. G. W.
Physical Culture. Prof. Wetherbee and
Miss R. Anna Morris.
Health and Heredity, Dr. Francis A.
Some Geologic Problems, Prot. Tboe.
How to Forecast the Weather, B. S.
Pague, U. S. Weather Rureaa.
The Rise of Japan, Sann Ichiro Hirota,
England in Egypt, Prof. W. C. Hawley.
The World's Greatest Thinkers and
Christianity, Dr. Chas. Edward
"The Coming Man," President Jordan,
of Leland Stanford.
"Man as a Master." Hon. G. M. Irwin.
Our Civilization Dependent upon Christi
anity and Science, J. M. BIoss, Pres.
State Agricultural College.
Household Economy a Science, Mrs.
J. M. Bloss, Corvallis.
Some Ancient Endeavorers, Dr. W. C.
All Around Manhood, Hon, Erie Edward
The Formation of the Constitution, Prof.
W. C. Hawley.
PRESS C0MJIEXTS OX OTR TALEXT.
At the Congregational headquarters I J" ercise8 for strengthening
the following program will be presented
by the Woman's Home Missionary Ua
ion at the hour ol missionary conferen
ces, 10 A. M. each day:
July 10 How to Interest young people
in Missions Mr. W. D. Painter
Portland; Mrs. H. W. Young, Albina,
Miss Agnes Brown, Salem.
July 11 Women's Work for Woman
Mrs. F. R. Antlrews, Miss Daisy Gay
July 12 EarlV Oregon Missions Mrs,
Rock wood. I
July 13 Present Oregon Missions Mrs.
Jerome Barter, Wilson ville.
July 15 The Missionary Patriot Geo.
H. Himes, Portland.
July 16 Mission Colleges Mrs. Har
riet Day McClelland, Mrs, John A. Bell.
July 17 Pacific University, Our Duty
to it Mrs. J. T. Whalley, Portland.
July 18 rians for the Future Mrs. F.
July 19 Farewell Mrs. Mittie White
and Dr. J. W. Cowan, Oregon City.
Mrs. W. C. Krutner, Salem, will pre
side at these seasons.
CHAUTAUQUA ENDEAVOR RALLY.
JUNIOR SOCIETIES AND ROVS' BRIO APE.
Music by Corvallis Ladies' Band, dur
which the' room will be cleared, and
the Juniors will take their place in
a body .
Responsive Reading and Prayer, Super
intendent Terapleton, of Salem.
Welcome by an Oregon City Junior,
Miss Daisy Lawrence.
the muscles o( the arms, chest, back and
Swedish Gymnastics Liny System.
Special attention will be given to drills
for school work.
Athletics. Instruction will be given
in field sports and track athletics to all
who wish it.
The I'hantanqua Idea.
Lessthan twenty years ago the first
Chautauqua Assembly grew out of a
camp-meeting on the beautiful banksof
Lake Chautauqua, New York. It
seemed a classic revival of the old Ac
ademe when Tlato and Aristotle
walked and talked in the groves of
Athens. From state to state the ex
ample flew until hardly a section of our
country remains that has not its seaside
assembly or resort in the park or
the mountain where scholars eo for
recreation, where the business man
seeks a renewal of college days and
housewives live again their girlhood.
Chautauqua is a great university whose
students are scattered in homes, on
farms, in shops and factories, in towns
and mining camps, in cars and ships,
wherever a human soul carries the love
of learning. Then once a year they
flock to the great assembly to study un
der competent professors, to round up
the year's work, to receive diplomas, to
form new classes, and to go back to
life's duties refreshed and inspired. It
is the ideal people's college. The
Greeks competed for rank in art, in
song, in oratory, in athletics, so do the
Chautauquans and added to all this is an
almost ideal standard of Christian teach
ing. As Christ taught by the seaside
Of Professor Ivey it is difficult to say
whether he is more an artist in words or
with the brush. California Chautan-
Miss Brown's spirited and graceful
presentatian of the "Boat Race," by O.
W. Holmes, won her a most enthusias
tic recall. Bosto nHerald.
Miss Brown's impersonation ot
"Juliet" recalled pleasant memories of
Julia Marlowe, and was appreciated by
all love i s of Shakespeare. Denver Re
publican. Gunsaulus' firebrands kindle the dull
est to heroic purpose and loyal life. As
sembly Herald, New York Chautau
qua. Plymoth church holds 3000. Every
pew was filled. For one hour and
thirty minutes the young doctor held
every soul to his speaking. It was such
an address as nets $1000 to $1500 when
ministerial talent applies itself to money
making for church or general purposes.
Chicago Inter Ocean.
The lecturer who has stirred the As
sembly beyond comparison to any other
is Rev. F. W. Gunsaulus, of Chicago.
Miss Anna Morris is the author of the
best book ever written on physical cul
ture. Iowa State Register.
Dr. Wallace possesses in a marked de
gree the graces of the finished orator.
Niles (Mich.) Sun.
In style of oratory and platform pres
ence Dr. Geo. R. Wallace might easily
be mistaken for Henry Clay or John G.
Ingalls. Spokane Review.
Dr. Wallace never allows the atten
tion to flag for a moment. His sallies of
wit not only amuse his hearers, but
never fail to hit the particular mark at
which they are aimed. Chicago Call.
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