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Oregon City Enterprise.
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II M A M. and 4 Ml I'. M larrlee Cnrllitlld,
Ka.trru. W pal aide, Handy and Hllilaiid rwulM
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MnlalU leave, al 1 in. aud errlvee at lu.
l'lrPiinu (Miy Ui Heaver (reek, Mink, Clark.
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M. Muiiilnv, Wpilne'ilny rrldiiv lor
IIpbvit I'rppk, CUtkeii, Mrmlow llrixik,
Union Mills ml Milium.
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Any urdur Kdl Hh W" HI I iruinptly
ealinili'd to. J. M.Ci mmis.h.
FRIDAY, JUNK 28, 18! 15.
Tiik IIiiiaiu-IIamii.ton Complaint
Thkuwn OirT In Ihxon'B court Suttir
cluv, eviiluneu wuh tukcn lu llio vwgo
BRiiliiht K. C. llwnilton, nrreHlml for oly
tuiiiint! property umUir Mm preloniM'ii.
Com plu! niuil li-Htilifl lliut IIlo llib
Imrd tloouVd K. C. Hamilton a Imuite
and KronnilH ut Cliu kanmH for paymunt
by lUmilton of iioU-a of N22.50 atW.C.
Jolirmon'a, which Hamilton had en
dnrncd fur 0. F. Hiblmnl notes wre to
bo Mittlud and returnod beforo rniordli)r
due l. AIho (or $200 and aomo two
yoara int(n-Ht Hamilton hud to pay for
Hihbard upon another note niniiod by
tlio two. 1'roMit'iilIuii produced an agree
ment of Hiiniiltoii to asume and mtUo
notva at JohiiHon'e. Dofundunt Blattd
that hu aHHiiniBd the notea accoiding to
BKrcomcnt, paid the intcrcrt, and paid
extension until Pwieiiiher, 18115. He
aidnt thiH he paid 1200 and inlurt'Ht In
cuhIi an before Htatod . Ilibbard had e
cured Hamilton' niKnature to the John
son nottm by reprewntinu that he was to
sign alon with Thayer aad Aldcn.
TI i in waa a fiitm-liol of Hiblmrd'B, nay"
Mr.' Hamilton. Thene notes will re
ceive payment pro t uta with oilier unse
cured debts from iiHWunmeut ot Hamil
ton llros. C. D. Latonrettd and C. II.
Dya Hhowed that there wag no caHt
Falao proteases beinK lyinu rcprosonta
tions of actual existing facts, not prom
ises; written testimony, which alone
can convict, exonerated defendant's
course. Hamilton was thereupon dis
chariHh The above should have ap
peared last week, but was crowded out
ly the (J. A. It. encampment matter,
Koai) Ii'iiovkmi;kts. Koad Kii(i
neer Kiunaird is a very busy man these
days. He had been spending several
days lookiiiK after the roads in the vi
cinity of Wilhoit, Marquum and Needy,
and on laHt Monday, ufutr returning to
Oregon City, left for the western section
of the county, where he spent a couple
of days inspecting the thoroughfares..
Thuasday he went Handy and continuous
localities, where he will inspect the im
provements under way. Mr.Kinnaird
reports the road work well along, and ef
fective improvement at all the places he
has visited. Never before In the history
of Clfcckumas county, has there beei. so
much effective roud work done and under
way aa there la this season. And the
roads are being constructed in a system,
alio nv'.nr(-, and in a way that will
prove of permanent benefit. Under the
present, improved By stem of road wolk
Clackamas county will take a front rank
In the matter of good roads within an
other year or Iwo.
Flit st ISi'sinkns Mkktinii The first
business meeting of the stockholders of
the WIIIiuiu'Ua Valley Chuutiiiiqiia Aa
Sis'liillnn was held at the county court
room Tuesday afternoon. Out of the 510
shares subucrlbed, were represented
al the meeting, Arraignments for the
management of llio aHsembly were dis
cussed, and Col. It. A, Miller, U.K.
Cross, Mrs O. II. Iye, Mrs. I). C. I.ut
ourette, C. H. Cauflnld, (i. A. Harding,
T. 1,. Charmau, llev. J. W. Cowan, and
James Hlcel of I'ortland, were elected
directors to servo until the close of the
assembly at (iladstone 1'ark In July.
The reason that all the directors were
elected from Oregon City, except Mr.
Htnel, Is exemplified by the fact that all
the stock subscriptions have been made
here, except (lie aharva taken by the
Fast Bide Railway atockholdois. Other
cities and towns will have an opsrtu
nity to subscribe stock before the regu
lar annual election of directors In July,
which will make them eligible to represen
tation on the board. Ninety shares
of the capital slock authorized, still re
uiuini to be tuken at the rate of ') per
share. The board of directors met at
the residence of the secretary, Mrs, C, H.
Iye, and re-elected the following olllcers:
Robert A. Miller, president; Mia. CM.
Iye,Hecretury,and I). C. Ijituilretle, treas
urer. The proceedings of the stockhold
er's meeting was endorsed, and all ex
pressed unbounded confidence in the
great success of the assembly.
(iuxa I-HoM Oi k Uaxk Will Moore,
the erstwhile club suit tailor, has not
yet made his appuarance in Justice I Ax
on's court, and numerous individuals
lament the loss of divers sums, ranging
all the wsy from f 2 to (10. They wanted
something for comparatively nothing,
and they got nothing. Moore let a few
oilier people in the club on the ground
floor, if their statements can be relied
uhhi, as tliev were men In places that
could wield au inlluence, but it appears
that some of them were caught with the
siiverv bait and are left, hut they don't
say much about it. A couple of the vic
tims, some Iwoor three weeks ago, claim
to have used physical persuasion and
coiiiellcd .Muore to fork ovpr the money
they had paid him The tailor shop was
attached and closed by the owners of the
building, .immerman A Co., for rent
due. It seems .Moore did ipiile a suit
business, and some, of his creditors
brought suits lu recover what was due
them. A. W. Cheney of the Courier,
and a cutler iu the strop brought suits
atrainsl him, but they were settled out
side of court. Henry Mcldruin was
aiirvty for Moore's apficarance in Justice
Dixon's court laHt week, aud the
hitter appeared lust Wednesday
morning and had the case ostponed
until two o'clock in the afternoon, but
up to the present time has failed to make
Nkw Tiuk Caiid. Tho new time card
issued by the Southern I'ucifle went into
elVecl lust Monday. The California fast
express, heretofore leaving Portland at
0:15 p. m.,now leaves at 8:50 p. ni., ar
rives at Oregon City 0::i5p. m., south
bound. The north bound overland, or
California fust express arrives at Oregon
City at 7:23 a. in., and reaches Port hind
at 8:10 a. in. This train now atops only
at Oregon City and Woodhurn between
Portlum! and Salem, and makes more
rapid time than formerly. This change
was made to accommodate passengers
over the Northern Pacific arrivinu from
the Bound at 8:20 p. m., and desiring to
connect with the Southern Pacific. The
Roseburg locul south bound, leaves
Portland at 8:30 a. in., and arrives at
Oregon City at 0:27 a. m. North
bound it reaches Oregon City at
2:50 p. in., arriving at Portland at 4 .40
p. in. The new train known as the
Salem passenger, leaves Portlund at 4.
p.m., and arrivos at Oregon at 4:50 p.
m,. reaching Salem at tl :15 p. m. North
hound, this train reaches Oregon City
at 0:27 a. in. meeting the Roseburg lo
cal, and arrivesai Portland 10:15.
Nkw Cyci.inu Ci.i'ii A number of
OiegonCity bike riders met at R. L.
Hohnup.'s office Tuesday evening, and
organized a bicycle club, with the fol
lowing charter members: Rert Oroen
man, Henry Salisbury, H. E. Straight,
II. K. Jnnes, I.in Jones, II. C. Stevens,
Jr., Charles Wilson, William Logus,
J. P. Keating, Frank Brown, J. D
Humphrey, J. R. Humphrey,
Herbert Thorn, Ralph Mil
ler, T. F. Cowing, Jr., George Hyatt.
The namo of the new organization is
the Acme Cycling Club, and will ho
changed to tha Amateur Athletic Club
next winter, A temporary organization
was effected by electing II. K. Jones
president, and J. K. Humphrey, secre
tary, and committees were appointed on
permanent organization, constiiutiou
and by laws, etc., also a committee to
confer with II. E. Cross in reference to
constructing a bicycle track at Gladstone
park, for the purpose of having a tourna
ment during the Chautauqua Assembly.
A number of new members will be
added at the next meeting of the club.
Auditorium at Gladstone Park
F. F. White, the contractor. Is pushing
the work on the Chautauqua Assembly
auditoiium at Gladstone park, and the
framework of the large dome-shaped
bujlJing, which is neurly completed,
looms, up grandly in the distance. The
Jinuieiise roof, Beats for 8,000 people,
and the rostrum will be completed by
the time the assembly convenes, and
be in readiness for the gathering mul
tilines. A Y has already been com
pleted at the Junction of the Portland
and Gladstone lines, no that cars
from I he former place can run direct
to the park. A force of men are busy
pushing the extension of the Gladstone
electric line Into the park and a plat
form 300 feet long is under way at
the end of the extension, for the
convenience of the traveling public
Tho Southern Pacific are also building
a platform 850 diet long, where they
will laud passengers from their special
trains for the assembly. II. E. Cross,
the ground manager, will be at the
park a part of every day U show
lieoplu where to camp and to look af
ter other matters incident thereto.
Pipe has been distributed and the wa
ter works will be In working order in
due timo. Arrangements have been
made for ten electric lights, and
picket fenco one-quarter of a mile long
is under way, and everything around
tho it rou mis is assuming tangible
Biiapk or lla-Aos. Did you ever no
tice how great a difference tin" was in
men's heads, as shown when their
hair has been freshly trimmed?
Thcro are round heads, long heads,
high heads, flat heads and some haven't
much of a head of any kind. The men
are few who have pcuect shaped heads
and the barla-rs are lewer who are able
lo giveasymmetrical look toall the heads
that come under their scissors. A bar
ber who has made a study of heads, can,
bvcuttinii the hair short in one place
and longio another, nuke an ill-shaped
head look quite presentable Try hrni
worth, the burlier, nlion you want a hair
Notice is hereby given that the board
of directors of school distriht No. 02 of
Clackamas county, will receive scaled bids
at he office ol Thos. F. Ryan on Mitin
street, up to the hour of ,2 p. in. on Fri
day the 5th day of July, IS'.Ij, for the
sale and delivery of 130 cords of ood
sound body fir ood cut from green
BtaiK.ing trees and to be ;first clang in
every resH?ct. Seventy corils of said
wckiiI to be delivered at the school house
on 12ih street, and sixty cords at the
school house on 7th street of said
Oregon City, the whole to be delivered
on or before Auitust 20, 18!I5. The board
of directors reserves the right to reject
any or all bids.
By order of board of directors.
Thos. F. Ryas, District Clerk.
Dated at Oregon City this 24th dsy of
The hist two meetings of the Clacka
mas County's Teacher's Association
were somewhat interfered with by the
rain, though they were quite succesnful
even if many teachers were prevented
from attending. The next meeting
which takes place on Saturday of this
week at Fugle Creek is expected to ex
ceed in interest any held for some time
past. A fine program has been prepared
that will both please and instruct and
w hen it comes to setting an appetizing
table Eagle Creek takes second place
to no neighborhood in the county.
The drive from Oregon City to Fagle
Creek is ono of the Quest in the county,
following the banks of the sparkling
Clackamas river all along the way and
tho road being graded and no heavy hills,
enables the trip to be made pleasantly
and quickly. Supt. Gibson expects th.it
the attendance will be unusually large,
aa the teachers are nearly all out of
school and have leaaure lime to attend.
9100 Reward 100.
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at least one
dreaded disease that science has been
able to cure in all i' stages, and that is
catarrh. Hull's Catarrh Cure is the
only positive cure known to the medical
fraternity. Catarrh being a constitu
tional disease, requires a conetitutional
treatment. Hall's Catsrrh Cure is
taken internally, acting directly upon
the blood and mucous surfaces of the
system, thereby destroying the founda
tion of the disease, and giving the
patient strength by building up the con
stitution and assisting nature iu doing its
work, Tho proprietors have so much
faith in its curative powers, that they
offer One Hundred Dollars for any case
that it fails to cure, Send for list of
Address, F. J. CHENEY, & Co.,
j"Sold by Druggists, 75 cents.
Clarence Porter has re-opened the
blacksmith shop lutely occupied by W.
S. Maple, opposite Pope's hardware
store and is ready to do all kinds of re
pairing and horseshoeing. Asashoer
Mr. Porter is equal to tho beet and al
ways gives satisfaction.
Many stiller from initation of the
kidneys and bladder without knowing
what is the matter with them. Dr. J. II.
McLean's liver and kidney balm will
Kive relief. Forssle by 0, U. Huntlev,
Choice sugar cured huuiB at 10 cents
and bacon at 9 cents oer pound at Al
bright's. Tompkins brothers aie supplying the
market with the best of fresh vegetables
from their farm near town, and they are
among the leaders in their line.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking; Powder
Awarded Cold Medal Midwinter Fair, Saa Francuco,
"I had a very severe colli on my lungs
that caused much soreness and gave me
considerable uneasiness in regard to the
result" says Mr. T. K. Smith, of Billerica
Mass. "A local druggust called my at
tention to Cham bei Iain's Cough Remedy
and on Ins recommendation I gave the
remedy a careful trial. The result sur
prised me; I recovered entirely in three
days." 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale
by Geo, A. Harding, druggist.
Ladies hair trimmed in the latest
style at Hloper's barber shop.
In thinking because Portland
in a big town that you can buy
paint there cheaper than of ua.
We can save you the freight
and very often a great deal
We have sold Masury's
paint for the past four years
and during all that time we
have not had a dissatisfied cus
tomer. If you are thinking
of painting we would be glad
to give you the names of any
number of our cuHtomers who
have used Masury's paint and
take chances on the good things
they will say about it.
We The price is right and the
Want i)a'nt '8 iUHt wna Masury
claims "The best in the
Trade, And if price and
should get it.
C. C HUNTLEY. Druggist,
Oregon City, Oregon.
We carry in stock 70
colors in tube Paints, a
line of artists brushes,
palettes, placques, etc., all
of which we sell at Port
land prices. We would
like to sell you your artists
supplies, and if we haven't
to-day what, you want, we
will have to-morrow and
we will do our best to
Huntley's Book Store.
New Caufield Block,
Our Groceries aie Fresh
and of the best quality.
GARY & WISSINGER.
Let me have a trial order.
Transfer1 ill Eppe,
Freight and parcels delivered
to all parts of the city.
RATES - REASONABLE.
preparation of 1 "I
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Coli tin the lit'tuU'p' ,'
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INPU ASANT BRF,YrH. jj $
rctt mnou OROYIL1-E.CAL
For sale by C. G. Iluntley.
A carefully selected
stock of Summer
dresu goods and
A new Stock of late Style Tan Shoes
, for Ladies', Centlemen and Children.
The Latest Shapes in Straw Hats for
...MEN AND BOYS.....
For Bicyclists direct
I from the factory, at
prices that defy
i competition in
Spring and Summer men's suits of the latest
cuts of Cambridge, Oxford
and Poole makes.
French kid Shoes
for ladies and
Thos. Charm an & Son.
Ifl Jfl '9 necessary fr yu to nave a firaer- You will save more
11 pU money by its use in one season than it will cost. You will have
a better grade of prunes, and they will sell better. You cannot
afford to be without one. Do not pay G0 or $70 for an ( .
Eastern grader when you can buy the best grader on the market
for 128.00. Manufactured in Portland. Is invented and manu- '
factured by a man who has made prune graders a specialty.
Graders made to grade from 10 to 40 tons of prunes per day
and guaranteed. Also wire fruit dipping baskets from 11.50 up.
Fruit growers wire works of all kinds. Correspondence solic
ited. Agts. wanted. ' .
The Portlan 1 Wire Iron Work, Por.Unl, H.LUDaLt, Or . Apr.. ISO.
Dk Si: Kerwytng to your f.vor ol 23rd Im, I beg to ir lhat th Pruuo Cruder
boiiirm from you last y jar, hat g.veu psr ec. uti.fo:iniL Neve- a out of or'.sr, U t-a-r tr
iiwrate and ranea lit prunh. a eve aa em bi de-tred; and nff. ! m r.l pleaaa etl
lfBk woid in lup Hi.-e. A g-xxl inv y inilt irrow r, tid m,-p ac dur.n prfine drew
;ug lime aud were .uprietd at :u eid e;it w. rk it d n. Y ir Tr i.v.
HNat t. DoeCU.
, , , VaScouVKR, Waah., April IS, U?5.
C. W. Boot. Eiq , ronland. Or. .'
e.,rlH, u'"1 "e mT r!er ait y ar nl nil aT I am v'ry muffr
pi used with lu w rant. I ihlm yrur graie-th-eheneat n bet rier I nave evir .ei
u.cil. I woulda't extbange my JS ura Icr lor any liii n'a.l i m uj mm dlur.-.
You aTru y, C. II. Rii'kir.
PORTLAND WIRE & IRON WORKS,
Sole Manufacture, 334 ALDER STREET,
DOORS, WINDOWS, MOULDING,
Or Building Material?
Go to C- H. BESTOW-
Lowest cash prices ever offered for '
FIRST - CLASS - GOODS.
Also combination wire and picket fence, '
HARTMAN STEEL - PICKET FENCE.
And best farm fencing made. Prices to suit hard times.
Shop Opp. Congregational Church,
MAIN STREET. OREGON CITY.
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of the Pacifio coast. Over 18,000 circulation. Argonaut building, 213
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Oregon City Enterprise
THE LEADING PAPER.
tion of Ladies'
A full line of groceries
that will compare
in prices wilh