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Oregon City Iintcrprisc.
FlUDAV. JUNi: I'H, jsiift,
Clackamas Co. Directory.
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('oiliily initvhom Aaauvialmn Ml I.iikIu
Jl'I.Y 1, MuiHly-I'rnlmtd court fur July
JULY II, YVeiliiinilay-CiMiiity court for
JULY 8, Wciliiemlay-Itogular nicoiliig til
Jl'I.Y 4,Tlmnnlity- Kmirtli of July ri-ltlru
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CHAT ABOUT TOWN.
Tan Iiokh, ill hI.mk ul the lUrkut ittoro.
Money to luun on improved farina
W. 11. llurgliar.lt.
Tin ware at tr low prliw lit the
K you want a Hewing inarhine for I'.'J
go to Hclloiuy A Hiim-li'i.
Fire wurka and iliiktH of iviry dvacrip'
tlon at the Novelty canity more.
We are lifuiliiuurtern for fruits, nuts
K F.. Willimna, The Ciiocor,
COT William has tho boas bar
gains In Inaldu lot or ainiill tracts.
Mr. F. K. Andrews, of tliu Mapluwood
gurdiiim, will ddllvcr vegetables on Sat
urday in time for Sunday meals.
U.K. I'.niliTnliy Iiiih Imniii aiHiintid
poatmaHtur of Cherry ville, Ihia county,
Mra. M J. Hummer haying reaigned.
No boy can roHrly celebrate without
cracknrs. iIiiwIimIh, ett I've cents
buys a whole coltihration at Mra. Trior'.
Your money w ill Im refunded f Gob
don Went baking powder dues not work
satiafactorily. Hold by K. K. William,
the grocer. .
Ho I ye pleasure seeker, to Yuiiina
I!y and return for fUK) tiood until
October 10, lwfi. Tickets on aula at
dcKjt, 8. P. Co., by 1.. II. Moore, tf
Now ia the timo to spray forthecodlin
moth and caterpillar. Schwan A I'utrow
handle aprav pump that 1 aim pie,
effective and low in price. Call and ex
A suit of all-wool clothes mado to your
measure and a first class job for only 111!
I one of the bargains ollcrcd by (Unas A
Smyth. Sample of cloth from which to
Tan hose, shelf paper, new line of
ladles' ummer underwear, boy's straw
hata, also a full lino of giml't summer
underwear, ladies' silk mitts just arrived
t the Kacket store.
Ely Wild Cherry phosphate la re'
freshing summer drink and an excellent
tonio for Invalids and children.
E. E. Williams, tho grocer.
The Racket store is the
palm lunf funs and keep cool.
How about those 2 to 5 acre tracts,
near the ChniitauiU Kroumls, at (Had
Htone Park, some of thuin planted with
prune trees. 0. O. T. Williams.
Taken up stray horse at Noblitt's
Htublo, Oregon City. Is bay horse,
weih i:KX) iwtinds, loft hind foot white,
and white In his face. Ha small bell
on. Branded "J II" on left ahouldor.
0. E. A. Freytng does not propose to
remain In the rear of the procession iu
the matter ol supplying the market with
fresh vegetables, and his gardens are
kept In Drst class condition.
There 1 ono medicine that cures Im
mediately. We refer to De Witt's Colic
and Cholera cure for all summer com
plaints. No delay, no disappointments
no failure. C. 0. Huntley, Druggist.
G. II. Bestow has the contract lor
making the window frames, etc., for the
basement of the sister's refuge home at
Gladstone. Rock for the basement Ib
being takon out of the stone quart y near
Travelers find a safe companion in De
Witt's Colic and Cholera cure. A change
in drinking water and in diet often
causes severe and dangorous complaints.
This medicine always cure them. C. G.
To allay pains, subdue inflamation,
heal foul sores and ulcers, the most
prompt and satisfactory results are ob
tained by using that old reliable remedy,
Dr. J. II. McLean's Volcanic Oil Lini
ment. For sale by C. G. Huntley, drug
Ben Franklin tramped, hungry and
foot-sore, through rhiladelphia streets,
with a loaf under one arm and a lot of
brand new pioyerhe under his hat. One
of Bon's maxims wi A, "a penny saved is
penny earned." You've heard that
before, but no matter ; if you will buy
your groceries at V. Harris' you will re
alize the force c: ii. j
IllUil nCIIOOL KXKKUMEM.
. ChiMof Ton III eclve Their 'Slii ('i.
hkbii" mill llnor.
Long before the tlmu announced for
tl io beginning of tho cxcrcisca of the
graduating cIuhm of the Oregon City
If I I a. . .
iiigu nciiooi, lust j'rlduy even
ing, crowds of eoilo could be seen
wending their way to Shiyuley's hu',1
wnnre mu inteniMting program wui
rendered. The linrnenmt hull was
crowded to its full capacity by the time
the llrst number on the program was
announced, all anxious to sue how the
graduutlngcluHs would acijuit themselves
in whom they feltsn luteiested pride,
The exercises that followed would have
done credit to the commencement pro
gram of soma of the stuto colleges and
universities, and Oregon City bus reason
to feel proud of her thorough public
curriculum. The motto of the gradu
ating clus "Talma est Vlclori," wa
appropriate, ami the KTSomiel of the
cluaswho wore their honor with modus!
demeanor, were .Miih K. IUrkley,
Thomas II. Llmlaey, Clare V.. Campbell,
Anna K. Midlum. Imopme Harding,
Victor II. Tuuet, Iluldu E. llolden,
Ruby II. Spencer, Leila (I. Jones and
Kumtiel L. Stevens,
The young ladies looked lovely in
white, and the boys presented a manly
apearnce, Heated In regular cluss order
on the stage, ami were greeted with
applause when the curtuin was raised.
It was a great event In the live of the
young people, and an occasion that they
will always look back upon, with pleuaur
able memories. For days, months and
years they had studied faithfully and
labored diligently, until at last they
readied the goal.
First on the program was the invoca
tion by Rev. A. J. Montgomery, followed
with a selection by Minxes Lulu and
Multie Draper on the violin and piano,
which wa well received. Among the
other inuical nuuiliera was a vocal solo
by Miss Kate Ward, "I Long to See the
(iirl I Left Behind." and refunded to
an encore, with "Somebody Loves Mo."
Miss Spanglor rendered "Brctlone
Dance" on the piano, und responded to
an encore with another selection, and
Miss Neita Barlow sang "Happy Birds,"
but did not respond to the elitliUHiantif
encore. Disappointment was depicted
oil the couiitviiencea of many of the
auditors, when it was announced that
the duet, "Greetings," by Mra. K. E.
Churman and Mrs, A. S. Dresser would
be omitted from the program by reason
of lllneas in '.he family of Mrs. Chaiman.
Tho musicnl numliers were interspersed
between tho class esnavs, and added
variety to the entertaining evening
exercises, winch were delivered in the
MI'S A X. HAHK1.KY.
read an essay on "Great Deeds of
Women," In which she said "Many of
the great deeds of men have been pub
lished to the world, but few of the great
deeda of women have beeu heralded in
history. She told of the great Institu
lions of learning that flourit-licd in Rome
and ancient Greece, but women are not
permitted to enter these schools. In
iiioho (lays an educated woman was
looked upon as almost an outcast. Still
history gives accounts of the heroic
deeds of number of brave women, and
instances were given. She spoke of the
great work of women at the present day ;
her IniidArHbln In lliA iniitlnr nf rwlnrtiia
and her great work in the home and
CUIUS C. CAMI'UKIX.
in his essay discussed, "Should the
Turks be Kxpelled from Europe," and
handled the subject In an able manner.
The Turks were u disgrace to modern
civilization as a nation; bribery and
robbery were of usual occurrence among
the ofllce holders, and tho people were
oppressed with burdensome taxation.
The rulers of Turkey have made promises
of reform to other nations, but these re
tonus iiud never been carried out.
Russia Inn always been the enemy of
Turkey, and is anxious to acquire her
territory as part of her domain. He
further said, the time is not far distant
when this power will be brought under
some government fit to control it.
i.kii.a a. J0NKS.
The subject of Miss Jones' essay was
"Michael Angelo," and she had evidently
carefully studied the character of this
noted artist, statesman and literatuerof
the Medieval Ages, and the paper was
replote with incidents in his notablo ca
reer. His example was pointed to and
as an ideal worthy of emulation, who
achieved wonders bv his industry and
energy. "Soil Reliance," was the title
of the essay by
THOMAS II. LINDSAY.
He gave numerous examples of great
men who had made their way in the
world, and one of the great elements in
their success was self reliance. If the
school boy would master his studies, it
must be done through the medium of
self reliance. The bov and Ihe young
man should learn to rely on himself.
These qualities are necessary in every
vocation of life, and its practice must
be encouraged in the young.
ANNA K. JltDl.AM.
read an interesting essay on "Art in
Nature," and said, when we are happy
everything looks beautiful. Often times,
thing beyond our reach are the most
attractive. The cherry tree over the
wall, just beyond our reach appears to
have the largest and reddest cherries.
Aftei enumerating many grand places,
noted fjr their grunducr, sho ald
thut we reed net go outside of Oregon to
find the beautiful lit nature. The scnery
on the Columbia wa grand and there
wore bountiful places on the Willamette,
and wound up her essay with a tribute
to the fall at tin pluce,
VICTOR II. I'AUI HT.
choieasthe title of his essay, "Daniel
Webster," and so well did he discuss
the traits that made the statesman and
orator a great man, that all became
deeply interested in the subject. In the
day of Daniol Webster the boys labored
under great disadvantages they had
not the facilities of obtaining an educa
tion that the boy of today have. He
told of the early struggle of Henry
Clay, Abruham Lincoln and Jainea A.
Gurfleld, but Duniot Webster deserved
more credit thun any of them. He
studied every spure moment, and had a
greut memory. After relating some
interesting anecdotes of Webster, he
told of the advance made in science
since that time, and that success was iu
the reach of ever man and woman.
Every man cannot expect to acquire a
fortune, yet he can be successful.
HI IIY B. BI'KNI KK..
read an essay on "Famous Caves and
Caverns," in which tlie scientific causes
of these wonderful formations were given ,
she described tti 9 peculiarities of the
greut caves of the old world, and told
something of their history. The great
mammoth cave ol Kentucky was com
mented iiKn at length and interesting
fuels concerning its structure w as given.
SAMl'KL L. STKVKS'S.
read a very practical essay on "True
Success." He told in a brief and com
prehensive way how true success could
be accomplished, and gave numerous
examples wherein many prominent in
dividuals nod attained merited honor.
He gave the actual meaning of tiue suc
cess, explained how this all desired at
tainment could be secured.
was the class prophet, and her forecast
of events, that may have occured
thirty year hence, was ingenius, and
afforded considerable amusement. It
wbs pointed and well written.
was the last on tho program with her Es
say and Valedictory Commencement, but
she was not least by any means, and her
well written address was timely and
read with good effect. Lack of space
prevents mention of tin good things her
essay contained, but it was listened to
with marked attention throughout. It
was appropriate and interesting.
During the tenant! a half years Miss
Harding has attended the Oregon City
public schools, she has never been tardy,
and for the last nine mouths she has
not missed a single day.
After his class had concluded their
exercises, Superintendent II. S. Holmes
ntroduced Count v Superintendent II.
S. Gibson, who presented the diplomas
to me memDers ol tue class, alter a
most appropriate address replete with
words of advice and cheer that were
Numerous boquets were showered on
the individual members of the class by
their many friends, which made an ele
gant floral display on the stage.
11. Hanaenol Beaver Creek, was ar
rested and brought before Justice Dixon
Monday, on a charge of destroying per
sonal property He made a note of $350
payable to C. Krohn, and after a pe
riod of time paid $50 on the principal, and
Mr. Krohn brought him new note in
place of the old one, and Hansen after
getting possession of the old note threw
it into the Are, and refused to sign the
new note which Mr. Krohn had already
drawn up. Hansen was bound over in
the sum of $100 to appear before the next
irrandjury, which amount was furnished.
It is reported that Krohn will bring a
civil suit far the recovery of the $;!00 al
leged to be due liim fioin Hansen.
Among the Oregon City people who
attended the Commencement exercises
of the Tacitlo university at Forest Grove
lust week, were II. L. Andrews, Mrs. D,
C. Latourette and Miss Jean White.
Ernest Rands and II. A. Andrews were
members of the '95 graduating class
from Oregon City, and acquitted them
selves very creditably. The title of Fin
est Rand's oration, was the "Green
Mountain Boys," and that of II. A. An
drews, "The Future ol Electricity."
All of the above-named persons returned
home Friday. Hal Rands, however, who
has been attending the university, re
mains at Forest Grove.
Mr. D. Wiley, ex-postmaster, Black
Creek, N. Y., was so badly alllicted with
rheumatism that he was only able to
hobble around with canes, and even then
it caused him great pain. After using
Chamberlain's Tain Balm he was so
much improved that he threw away his
car.es. tie says this liniment did bun
more good than all other medicinos and
treatment put together. For sale at 50
cents per bottle by Geo. A. Harding,
Do Ton Travel!
The 0. R. & N. Co., always alert to
the welfare of their patroDs, have placed
on sale at principal stations, a 1000 mile
ticket at the rate of three cents per mile,
good one year from date of sale and good
for passage over the rail and water
lines of their system. 2t
The hearing in a land contest case
before the U.8, land office wascompleted
Wednesday evening after si days sieve.
The contestants were MaikH. Warren
and Robert Gibson of Seaside, ClaUon
county, and the dispute is over a home
stead right to a valuable piece of land in
that county, on which a townaito was
formerly laid out, called Brighton Bench.
A. 8. Dresser represented the interest
of Gibson in the case, and a decision will
be auxiouslv awaited by the contestant.
The 1'ark Tluce Sunday school will
give a picnic at Capt Smith's grove, F'ri
duy afternoon and evening of this week.
Refreshment consisting of ice cream,
cake, raspberries and lemonade w ill be
served. Footrace and other games for
muHvmeiit. At 7:.'!0 p. m. a band con
cert and literary entertainment will be
held at w hich a fine musical and literary
program will be carried out. Ice cream
5 cent for children, 10 cent for adults.
Will occur Saturday if it rain Friday.
The forty-second session of the annual
conference of the United Brethren
church was held at Philomath this week.
Rev. W. II. McLain. formerly of pastor
of the church in this city was given tho
Roseburg chargo. anil Rev. I. W.
Eldridge was changed from Portland to
Oregon City. Rev. II. L. Barkley, D. D.
was assigned to the Macleay charge in
Marion county. Rev. Samuel Matthew
of Can by, from the M.E. church joined
Chas. Califf ha bought two lots in
Green Point of Jas. Wilkinson and is at
work building a small cottage on it. Mr.
Califf is not a man to let bis reverses
discourage and and propose to attain
have a home of his own. For his new
home he pays in month's instalments the
amount he otherwise would pay out for
The rendition of the cantata of Queen
Esther has been postponed until some
tinifl in September, when it will be pre
sented with every Kssible effort for its
success. Mrs. X. Heath and the
ladies who had charge of the cantata,
desire to express their thanks to those
who so kindly assisted in the rehearsals.
The Lsjies Relief Corps of George
Wright Tost, Portland, and Ihe Meade
Relief Corps of this city will hold a joint
picnic at Broderick's park next Tuesday,
and the occasion will nodoubt be a most
enjoyable one. In the evening the Tort
land corps will make Meade Corps a fra
The Red Front Trading Company, of
Oregon City, have filed articles of incor
poration, with a capital stock of $0000,
divided into 120 shares of 350 each . The
incorporators are W. II. Smith, Eli Cris-
well and Thomas Allen, and will engage
in a generul mercantile business in this
A number of our citizens attended the
meeting in Portland Monday evening to
consider plans of securing ihe Interna
tional Y. P. SVC. E for 1897. A half
fare rate on the railroads has already
been guaranteed. This convention will
bring 15,000 young people to Portland
During the past week there has been
a new addition to the Courier staff. It
is a boy weighing ten and a ball pounds,
and he appeared last Sunday. The
proud parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. W.
Cheney, are receiving the congratula
tions of friends.
The school at Maple Lane will close
on Friday of this week, with appropriate
literary exercises in the afternoon. The
term has been one of unusually success
and Mr. E. M. Ward, the teacher, is
deserving of praise lor the care and la
bor, he ha given bis school.
The new wood pulp mill of the Crown
Paper Company, is now innning night
and day, giving employment to a full
force of men. It is expected to have the
sulphite mill completed within another
County Clerk Morton has granted per
mits to marry to Grace D. Little and
Jacob McComb, and Charles E. Mid-
lam and Sylvia F. Stevens.
Lost, Sundav evening on Main street
a gold ulove buttoner with "J. S." on
bangle. Finder will please leave at
Harding's drugstore and receive reward.
California, the Land of Discoveries.
Why will you lay awake all night,
coughing, when that most effective and
agreeable California remedy, Santa Abie,
will give you immediate relief? SANTA
ABIE is the only guaranteed cure for
Consumption, Asthma and all Bronchial
Complaints. Sold only in large bottles,
at $1.00. Three for $2.50. C. G. Hunt
lev will be pleased to supply you, and
guarantee relief when used as directed.
CALIFORNIA CAT-R-CURE never
fails to relieve Catarrh or Cold in the
Head. Six months' treatment, $1.00.
By mail, $1 10. Trial sice 50 cents.
It does seem hard fcr a woman to
have to cook on a burned out stove, be
sides the entire family have to suffer
from improperly cooked food. For $18.50
Schwan & Putrow will furnish a first-
class cook stove with all the fixtures,
Fire works, fire works at the Novelty
Karl's Clover Root will purify your
blood, clear your complexion, regulate
your bowels and make your head clear
as a bell, ioc, 50c., and a dollar. For
sale by Geo. A . Harding.
Dr. Price' Cream Baking Powder
WtrM'a Pair Hlghut AUdal aa4 Dipl.
The Itoard of directors of Oregon City
school diatritt No. u2, met at the office
of T. F. Ryan, district clerk, Wednesdty
evening. All the members of the board
were present, consisting of T. 8. Law
rence, chairman, J. W. Noble and Dr.
J. W. Norris. After passing on some
bills and attending to routine business,
the board adjourned to the office of Dr.
J, W. Norris, whore they remained in
secret session until near midnight, and
elected teachers for the ensuing year as
follow: City (iiperintendent, Prof. W.
8. Holme: principal of the Easlham
school, Prof. L. W. McAdams.
Barclay school Miss May Kelly, 1st,
Mis Haltie Cochrane, 2d, Mrs. L. W.
McAdams, 3d, Miss Laura Beattie, 4th,
Miss Hattie Monroe. 5th, Miss Gertrude
Finley 6th, P. M. Weddell,7th, W. S.
Eastham school Miss Mollie Hankins,
1st, Miss Hattie Wetherell, 2d, Miss
Ora Sngler, 3 and 4th, Miss Ana Baird,
5fh, Miss Erma Lawrence 0th, Prof W.
L. McAdams, principal.
Out of the fourteen teachers only two
changes were mode, and Mrs. McAdams
and Miss Beattie will fill the positions
occupied by Miss Nellie Younirer and
Mrs. Glass last year.
There were fifteen applications tor the
positions of city superintendent and
principal of the Eosthara school, some
of them hailing from Eastern states.
For the twelve places as grade teachers,
tbere were thirty-two applications.
Trof. McAdam's salary was raised to
$100 per month.
I give a personal guarantee for the
strength and purity of Golden West
baking powder. Sold at the same price
of other high grade powders and is made
i n Oregon . Try a can .
E. E. Williams, the grocer.
To wear stiff, startched white
shirt during hot weather, pre
venting all circulation of air
around the body, is both un
comfortable and unhealthy. By
You get perfect comfort, and are
not baked with the heat. We
carry all colors, sizes and styles.
75c to $1.50 Portland prices.
FARMERS . . .
Your team will have the best
of care and
Full Measure of Feed
Kldd & Williams, Props.,
Bucceiwr. to W. H COOk.6.
Livery Rigs on Short Notice.
Duffy & Heckart
Special care in moving Household
Goods and Pianos.
Prompt work and
Leave orders at
BELLOMY & BUSCH'S.
Opp. Huntley's Drug Store,
All Kinds of Watches,
Clocks and Jewelry Repaired
FORTY YEARS EXPERIENCE IN
Great Britain and America.
Give me atrial.
SHALLER THAN USUAC
lillipntlan, In fact,
are loctor Pirrce'e
f:r. R. V. Plerc.
Physician to the In
vniirl' Hotel and
of HurTalo. N. Y..
wa the first to in
troduce a Little Pill
fSiXiL people. Vox all
tT laxative and ca-
fj mF thartlc purpose
" these stiKar-coated
"Pelleta" are superior in a irreat many
war to all mineral waters, aedlitz powders,
alts, castor oil, fruit syrups, laxative tea,
and other purgative compounds. Made of
coneentrsti-d vegetable ingredients, tber
act in a mild, natural way. Their second
ary effect it to keep the liver active and the
bowels regular, not to further constipate,
aa U the case with other pills. They don't
interfere in the least with the diet, habit
or occupation, and produce no pain, grip
ing or shock to the system.
Dr. Pierce's Pleaaant Pellet cure bll
iousneaa, aick and bilious headache, dix
zinesa, costivenes, or constipation, sour
atnmach, losa of appetite, coated tongue,
indigestion, or dyspepsia, windy belch--ings,
" heart-born," puin and distress after
eating, and kindred derangement of the
liver, stomach and bowels. These "Pel
lets" are easily dissolved in the stomach
and absorbed into the blood, stimulating a
flow of bile from the liver, and arousing to
activity all the glandular secretions. Thus
they art in nature's own uay. In proof
of their superior excellence, it can be truth
fully said, that they are always adopted
as a household remedy aftrr the first trial.
Put np in glaaa yials, therefore always fresh
One little " Pellet " ia a laxative, two art
mildly cathartic. A a "dinner pill," to
promote dig:stion, take one each day after
dinner. To relieve distress from over
eating, they are unequaled.
They are tiny, sugar coated granules ;
any child will reidily take them. Ohm
uud, at way I i favor.
Accept no substitute that may be recom
mended to be "just as good." It may be
belter for the dealer, because of paying
him a better profit, but be is not the one
who needs help.
Practical Architects J Builders.
Will prepare plans, elevations, working de
t lit, and specifications (or all kinds ot build
ings. 8pecial attention riven to modern cot
Uvrea. Estimates (urniabed nn application
Call on or addrett WHITE BKOS.,
Orexon City. OrO
A. B. pteinbacl do.
POPULAR ONE PRICE '
Corner First and Morrison St i.
PORTLAND, - ORECON.
H. W. JACKSON,
Guns, Sewing Machines,
And all kinds of small ma
chines put in good order. No
work to difficult to undertake.
Shop on Seventh St., near depot.
First Mortgages on Improv
ed Farm Property
We re prepared to negotiate first
Mortgages upon improved farms in
Oregon, with eastern parties at a rate of
interest not to exceed 9 per cent, per
Mort2age9 renewed that have been
taken by other companies.
Address with stamps,
Baker City, - - Oregon.
ABSOLUTELY POKE DRJJGS
Q A. HARDING.
COMPETENT PHARMACISTS EMPLOYED
File Permmsrles an! Toilet Articles.
Alto t full itock of
IP-IHsTTS- OILS ETC.
Livery, Feed and Sale Stable
LOCATED BETWEEN THJS BRIDGE AND
Double and Sinele Riers. and sad
dle horses always on hand at th
lowest pnees. A corrall connected
with the barn for loose stock.
Information regarding any kind or
stock promptly attended to by person of
Horses Doutrht and Sold.
Horses Boarded and Fed on reason