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CHAT A130UT TOWN.
(lilt III lllO Swllll,
liny ynur uns'i-riVs wl.uro you run K"l
anytliinn you want mid wIkiii you want
It. Kvi'rytliliiK fri'xli awl j rit- riulit.
10. K. Williams, Tim Orot'ur.
HitHkolH, Hunki'tN, tlunkotM, Hi Tliu Fuir.
For nil Minis of Notion kd to the
Money to Iiiuii on linprovril forms,
W. II ltiirKlmr.lt.
If you vviiiit a sewing iimrliinn Inr
HO to lli'llouiy A llilm'li'ii.
COT Williams lis tliu linns lir
gains III iimiilu lots or small trscls,
If voil want llrst i'Iiinn tnest put up In
jtntxl hIiuk, voii must ki it of Alliriglit.
Horn to tliu wife of Angus Mutliuson,
IuhI l'riilay morning, eon. Folk nil
When you want to enjoy a cigar smoke
tliu KorincuHd, K. K. Williams, TUn
Fred Fuller move J Into his new reel
dunte JiihI cotii)litei '. (ilailstone, last
Clumpest jilurti In town fur Muck
ml tun lioso urn) IhiIIi-s ami gtmts under
wear Is at the U. ki-t torn.
Itlce&c; bulk lunl 10c; ID ouiuU
I). (I. stignr $1.00, t tliu lioJ Front
Mr. F. K. Andrews, of Hie Muplewood
gardens, will deliver vegetable! on Hat
urdrt.v in time for Sumluy meals.
Tliu F.urly Crawford iiearlies, fn'Hh
plrkixl from (Hailstone, aru delivered
liglit from the trees,
You can save tweniy-livo cents on nv
ery pail of Urd, by bringing your pails
to Albright's, ami have him llll them.
A inurrlugu license liun lnin granted
Agnes dugs and Jiidson J. Howard, by
the county clerk. They are both resi
dents of Clackamas county.
Circuit court will convene on the Oral
Monday in November. The docket has
begun to llll up and It promises to be
fully as large as that of lust spring.
Kxperieticeand money cannot Improve
I)r. Sawyer's Fainllv Cure, Wause It
radically cures Dysjiepsla, Liver com
plaint and Kidney dilllculty. For sale
by Cieo. A. Harding.
There will ho a meeting of Multnomah
I.odgo No. 1 A. F. k A. M. Saturday
night. Work in the Fellowcratt degree.
All uicmhers are requested to be present.
Special cure ami attention given to
the accumlo preparation of physicians
)rescrlptioiiH. l'uru drugs.
C. E. Ituiley, Seventh St. riiiirinacy.
How about those 2 to 5 aero tracts,
near the Chautauqua grounds, at Glad
stone Park , some of them plmited with
pruno trees. C. O. T. Williiiins.
Hoys waists, while and colored,
cheaper tlinn ever nt the Karkct store.
Walter Ilradlev, H. N. Itrndley and
Charles Foster went out to Ksglo creek
Wednesday and brought in a string of
Lena Smith and J. A. Nichols, of
Multnomah county, were quietly mar
ried at the court housu last Nitiirduy,
Mayor Straight olllclating.
Ladies Dr. Sawyer's Pastilles are ef
fectual for female weakness, pain on top
of tho bead and lower part of the back.
It strengthens and cures. Sold by Geo.
Miss Gladys Jones and Mr, C. E.
ISailny will sing at the Hurvest Social at
the Congregational church Hub (Friday)
-evening. Admission 10 cents, refresh
Oregon watermelons are now rie and
The Novelty Candy Store will receive an
invoice every other day, of the largest
and best grade of mellons In tho murket,
which will be sold at reasonable prices,
llumemher wo are open till midnight.
Wednesday Mrs. F. L. Cochran re
ceived a telegram from Mr. and Mrs. J.
II. Hohinson of Sacramento, announcing
the arriyal of a fine baby boy at their
home and that all parties were getting
Ladies will II nil at Mrs. Deute's
Ladies' Furnishing store, Seventh street,
a complete assortment of childrens goods
all first cluss articles. All goods bought
for cash and sold for cash, purchasers
getting the benefits of the discounts.
No trouble to show goods. You are in
vited to call.
A new line of fine dross goods just re
ceived at Charman k Son's for fall wear,
and a line of elogunt trimming Bilks of all
styles. Will also soon have a fall and
winter stock of the latest and most fash
ionable styles of men and boys' cloth
ing. If they cannot fit you, they will
take your measure and have a suit made
II. K. fliiyes, of Milium, wits In io
g.jfi C.iy Tuculuy,
l.uiireiicu Origins Ii spending a eck
Willi Mends In Sulcui.
Miss (Irace lllmos hits been visiting
Miss Helen Klggs In this city,
Charles Ilahcock and family have re
turned from an enting In the mountains.
Mr. and Mrs. U. A, Harding and Miss
Nulla Ilurlow spent Wednesday at Jtar-
Mrs. Williiim Wright went to Salem
Monday for a few days visit with rela
tives. C. Warnu and the Andrews boys have
returned from a trip to the Tillamook
John Vegelius and family returned
from an extended slay a Long lleach
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Donaldson re
turned Saturday from a short outing at
Mrs. J. II. Walker ami Miss Mamie
Cliariuan returned Wednesday from
an outing at Newport.
Mlia Lura Miller, of Oregon City,
Sieiit Sunday at the Harlow residence,
The Three Sistsrs.
T. A. Itucon hits returned from Hood
river, where he has been pruning and
trimming fruit trees.
Mr. and Mrs, (ieorge Warner and
child have returned from llwaco and
will now be at homo igsin
Miss itelta Fouts has returned to
Portland, to take her old place in Mis.
Holler's millinery establishment.
Josiah Konkle lias gone on a tour of
Inspection of Eastern Oregon, for the
piirHiso of securing a stock ranch.
Mrs. C. II . Dye, accompanied by her
boys, returned from a visit to Forest
Grove and Hillsloro, last Monday.
Mrs. C O. T. Williams, accompanied
by her duughter, Miss Yeta, returned
Monday from teu days visit at New
berg. County Clerk lieorge II. Ilorton and
Koad Engineer D. W, Klnnaird at
tended tho firemen's races at Vancou
Louis Nobel left Tuesday morning for
Foley Springs, where he will try the vir
tues of the waters (or the benellt of his
Miss M ina Kelly took the San Fran
cisco steamer from Portland Saturday
night, and will spend aliout ten days vis
iting friends in California.
Miss Eula Strange, a sister of Prof.
II. K. Strange, arrived from Wilbur,
Douglas county, Thursday, and began a
term of school at Damascus Monday.
Attorney William Foley, of Portland,
was in the city yesterday, looking after
the interests of his clients In the Eagle
creek road matter bcfoie the county
P. F. Morey and family have moved
back from their country place, and the
elegant residence on the hi!) Is again
brilliantly lit up with chctrict lights
during the evenings.
Merle and Nollo, sons of W. C, Johnson,
after sHnding a pleasant vacation at
home, left on Saturday's steamer for Cal
ifornia, where they will resume their
studies at Stanford university.
Miss Dorothy Chase left by the
steamer Columbia Thursday for Califor
i.la, and will take an art course in Man
ford university. Shu will be missed in
social circles by her many friends in
George Webber, who for some time
past, bus been clerk in Henry Wilhern's
store ut Eagle creek, went to Portland
Monday, where he will take a course of
hook-keeping in the Portland Itusiness
Corwin Shank and wife, of Seattle, ar
rived Tuesday, and went to Cunby,
where they will make a short visit to the
former's pitrents. Mr. Shank is a mem
ber of the law It r tn of Shank k Smith ac
A. W. Phillips returned lust Friday
with a party, who hud an outing on the
Lower Nestucca. They consisted of Mr.
and Mrs. Aldon George, of Silum
Springs, Arkansas, and their sons, Wil
lard and Jesse with their families, of Or
Miss Louise Cochran, the efficient
delivery window clerk at the
postofllce, left Tuesday evening
for a visit to her sister, Mrs.
J. B. Robinson at Sacramento, Califor
nia, where she expects to spend a month.
Miss Annie Cochran will olllciute at the
delivery window during her absence.
E. E. Charman and G. W. Hannigan
left Monday for a trip by private convey
ance for a trip through the Willamette
valley. Thev first go to the former's
ranch In Polk county, and from there
thoy go to the Blue rivor mines In Lane
county, and will visit the Foley Springs.
Thoy will be gone two or three weeks.
Mrs. Ruchel Bacon and lior nieces,
Misses Etta Phillips and Etta Granville,
left this city Thursday evening of this
week for Portland, where they will take
the stoamor for San Francisco, on roisto
to Sun Diego, at which place she will
hereuftor reside. Mrs. Bacon is the
widow of the late J. M. Bacon, who for
many yoars hold positions of trust in
this city, and waB postmaster for a longer
term than any other In the United
States. Mrs. Bacon emigrated with her
father's family to Oregon in 1815, and
has been t resident of Oregon City for
Alius Nora Cofiyets returned from an
extendi d visit to ClittHkanio Sslurdav.
Mrs. 8. A. MeCown spent a couplo of
days visiting friends In Salem this week.
Musler Itny Williams returned Satur
day from Union Mills where he has been
visiting for several weeks.
Cupt. T. F. Cowing and wife returned
Siiriduy from a trip to their farm In Lane
county. They made the Journey by pre
Mrs. JoshI, wife of Frank Jossl the
Ml. Pleasant diilryniun, has been quite
sick with typhoid fever but Is now con
valecsing with good prospects of recovery.
Fruncls Welsh, a farmer of Highland,
who hits lulely embarked in the hop bus
iness, was In town Thursday getting
pipes and other fixtures for his bop
Ivan Chase, publisher of the Palouse
UunetUiat Colfux, Washington, arrived
In the city Thursday mor nine, and is
visiting his mother, Mrs. H. A. Chase
and family. Mr. Chisels accompanied
bv his wife and child.
James Church Is officiating as dock
agent at the Oregon City Transportation
Company's wharf, during the absence of
Cupt. A. 15. Graham, who is acting as
captain of the Kamona, w hile Captain
SKing is looking after his hop yard.
Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Caufleld, N. O.
Walden, Fred Morey, and Mrs. William
Brooks and daughter, of Kock Island,
Illinois, relu'iied Tuesday evening from
a trip to Alaska. They were gone two
weeks and report a most pleasant trip.
Mrs. Fanny Nejipl k arrived in town
last Tnursday from California and will
make a visit of several weeks with ber
parents Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Marrs
Mr. Neppick remains in California as
bis health la such that he is compelled
lo remain in a dry climate.
Misses Olive and Bertha Slater, of
La Grande, daughters of ex-Senator HU'
ter, arrived Thursday morning, and are
the guests of Mrs. II. 8. Strange. Miss
Bertha will go to Eugene where she will
attend the state university, while Miss
Olive will return to La Grande to resume
her position in the public schools of that
A very pleasant wedding ceremony
took place at the residence of C. W.
Ganong in Canemali Thursday at high
noon. The eventful occasion was the
marriage of Mr. Will Miller and Miss
Maiilda Ganong weie married at the
residence of the bride's parents, Rev.
Dr. Charles Edward Locke, olflciating,
During the ceremonv the bride and
bridegroom stood under a canopy of
roses and lillies, and tho bride was at
tired in white and held a boquetof white
roses. Only the immediate relatives of
the bride and groom were present
among whom were Col. and Mrs. R. A.
Miller, Capt. J. W. and Mrs. Ganong
Mr. and Mrs. Clark Ganong, Mr. and
Mrs. Wayne Howard and Mrs. Joseph
Hedges. The young ieople are both na
tive Oregonians, and held in popular es
teem. The bride is one ot Oregon city's
most estimable young ladies, and the
groom is a son of Hon. John F. Miller,
of Jacksonville, and holds a position
with his brother in the U. S. land office.
They will reside at Canemali.
Now is the time to go to the Coast as
tho late rain has cleared the smoke away
making it more pleasant traveling and
allows one to enjoy the beautiful scenery
of the Columbia river. The White
Collar Line still continue running their
Kipular steamers, the Ocean Wave.Tele
phone, and Bailey Gatzert which for
magniflcience and genuine comfort,
surpasses any bouts on the Columbia
river. From Alder street Telephone
leaves daily except Sunday at 7 a. ni.
Bailey Gutzcrt leaves daily except Sun
day at 8 p. m; Saturdays, 11 p. m.
Ocean Wave, for llwaco leaves Tuesday
and Thursday at 8 a. in J on Saturday
10:30 a. m. Last trip from llwaco Sun
day Soptember 15.
On Saturday last Attorneys J. U.
Canipell and losepb Rice were out to
Damascus to try a case before Justice
Gordon. The case was brought by
August Trogue against John Johnson
and Emil Jarl for the value of Rome
fence posts alleged to have been wrong
fully taken by the defendents. A jury
trial was had and after hearing the evi
dence the jury brought in a verdict for
the defendants and as It developed that
it was a case of malicious prosecution
Attorney Rice who represented Trogue
hud the case dismissed. Mr. Campbell
appeared for Johnson and Jarl,
The fun loving people of Oregon City
will hyve a treat next week when Pay-
ton's Dramatic company will appear
each evening at Sluvely'a opera bouse.
This company is one of the largest and
best now traveling on the Pacific Coast.
For this week they are filling a six even
ing engagement at The Dalles and the
papers of that place speak highly ot their
acting and Btate that a crowded house
greets them each evening. They will
be worth hearing.
R. E. Wills, owner of a fine fruit farm
near Willsburg. was a caller at the En-
r.'.ni'Bisg office Thursday. Mr. Wills is
a large grower ot prunes and be proposes
to plant seven more acres to prunes, be
finding that this Iruit pays as well as any
in his orchard. He is a strong advocate
of the Fruit Growers union, which is
handling the bulk of the fruit in tne
vicinity of Portland, for he has found
that the Union can get much better
prices for fruit than can the individual
In a communication apearln(r In the
Kstkhi hisk of two week's ago signed
"Committee" regarding the formution
of a new schc:! -'istrict from portions of
the Linn, Henrlcl and Hirlt kiin districts
a couple ol bsd typographical errors
Hero made. Olio wus that there weie no
scholars to draw school money where it
should have appeared "18 children to
draw money." The other was that the
"dlstunee the children had to walk was
two to four miles" when it should have
been two to three miles.
The tliiexeeted thunder storm lust
I'liiirsdav ni!it kept several -oi.le
awuke most of the night. No serious
damage has been reported, however.
About 11 o'clock the armatures of two
dvnamos were burned out at the electric
station, the lightning arrester having
failed from some unknown reason to do
lit duly, the lights along Third and
Fourth streets in Portland went out, but
the armatures were replaced within an
half hour's time.
L. A. Forles, brother of J. S. Forbes
of this city, with his wife and five sons
arrived in Oregon City Sunday direct
from Custer county, Nebraska. They
came by team, having two rigs and were
on the road since May 20. They found
the roads fairly good and got through
without any sjieciul incidents or mishaps
They are well pleased with Oregon and
immediately went to work in the hop
fields and will later on seek a permanent
The Demc-srM is under obligations to
Register R. A. Miller, of Oregon City,
for a pamphlet of Oregon City, an illus
trated edition, splendidly gotten op. It
is called the Willamette Falls Pamphlet.
That city has reason to be proud of its
magnificent water power, the best in the
northwest. The writeup is creditable
not alone to Oregon City, but it reaches
out and takes in the whole valley in a
brotherly way. Albany Democrat.
An account was published in the col
umns of Tux Entkri-kihk of the fatal ac
cident, that befell Captain Paul Webb,
whose back was broken July 4th, in an
attempt to descend a log chute on Lake
Coeur d'Alcne. It was thought for
awhile that he would recover, but he
died at Spokane last Thursday. His
real name was James Stewart, and bis
parents reside at McMinnville.
C. C. Borland, of Oswego, was in the
city Saturday, and and exhibited a sam
ple of a large pinkish cast red apple,
of a seedling variety that grows on his
place, and for handsome appearance
cannot be excelled bv any early apple
grown In the Willamette Valley. Mr.
Borland raised some of the same vari
ety two years ago that measured 16
inches in circumference.
James Emmett and his daughter-in
law, Mrs. Laura Emmett, of New Era
precinct, are serving out a five days sen
tence in the county jail for assanlt on
the person of Alfred Smith. They were
arraigned before Justice Foster and
fined 10 each, but preferred serving it
out in the county juil at the rate of $2 per
day, than by paying the cash.
Andrew Kocher, the weil known far
mer, gardener and orchardist, of Murk's
prairie, was in the city Saturday, and
left a Dox of splendid gravenstein apples
st the Entkrtkisb olBce, that were
raised en his farm. They are of extra
ordinary size and fine flavor.
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Rinenrson's fruit dryer is one of the
largest and best in the county and
Freytagisan expert at handling It and
guarantees tho quality of all fruit dried
by him. Fruit dried on the shares or
will pay cash for green fruit. If notified
will receive fruit in Oregon City.
The West Side school begins next
Monday, SeptemberOlh, with Prof. C . W.
Durette as principal; Miss Mollie Tal
bert, teacher of the intermediate and
Miss Addie Clark, teacher of the pri
The fire team returned from Vancou
ver yesterday, winners of the first prize
in the dry tost, although they lost the
first race on account of not connecting
the b to the hydrant, after they had
made the fastest time on record.
Crawford peaches are getting scarce
and a little high but very very fine. We
will haye some elegent Strawberry and
large white clings next week. Don't
you want some?
E, E. Wii.Lii.Ms. The Grocer.
O. II. Olson's condition is but little
improved. Since tbe unfortunate acci
dent lust week he has been lying in a sem
conscious state, and it is yet uncertain
how case will terminate.
Martha G. Marrs and S. C. Berry
were given a permit to marry by County
Clerk Ilorton Wednesday.
Tea with prixes is a back number be
cause the people won't be fooled any
longer. We buy the best tea in the mar
ket and sell with a reasonable profit, but
give no prizes. E. E. Williams, The
Pale, thin, bloodless people should use
Dr. Sawyer's Ukatine. It is the greatest
remedy in the world for making the
weak strong. Sold by Geo. A. Harding.
The Novelty t'apdy Factory.
Fure ice cream, pint, quart or gallon.
High grade French and home made
Oregon Crawford peaches one box to
Oregon watermelons best in market.
of er?ry wearr.
i thin or thin blood-
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4 jea ptrrtori uoen lis
f,,r wuu cijii-
VD0 -7W , ttentdifiirtiltyand
lallgur. i luy feci
"worn," or tired
who are dyiqx-p-tic,
find that ex
ercine after a me si
is sure to caune
Icrwnrd power to
digent food be
crime there is o
little blood, and
what there is
carried off from
the f antric oran
to the mucle.
What is needed
is plenty of blood,
and that of tbe
TiKht kind. Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery makes
pure, rich blood, and to gain in blood is
nearly always to (rain fn vihotesomr Jlesh np
to Che healthy standard.
F.very one ihould have a certain surplus
of fleib to meet tbe emergencies of sick
neu ; to reaist the attack of consumption,
grip, malaria ind fevers. Thin blooded
people are always getting; sick, and none of
the orKana of the body can get along with
out the food they require for work, which is,
pure Hood. To gain and to keep trenfrth
and flcih is the secret of health, usefulness
and happiness. With new blood and re
freshed nerves aconfident feeling of return
ing health conies also.
Nervous manifestations, such as sleep
lessness, nervous debility and nervous
prostration are in nine cases out of ten "the
cry of the starved nerves fur food." If you
feed the nerves ou pure rich blood tbe
nervous symptoms will cease. It is bad
practice to put the nerves to sleep with so
called celery mixtures, coca compounds or
malt extracts: what is needed is a blood
maker. The Discovery " is composed of
vegetable ingredients which have an es
pecial effect upon the stomach, liver, and
blood making glands. For the cure of
dyspepsia, indigestion, liver complaint,
weakened vitality, and for puny, pale peo
ple. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov
cry cannot be equaled. Thousand have
testified to its merits.
Pirty Hollars Keward.
I will pay the above reward for the
arrest and conviction of ttie parties, who
robbed the Wllhoit stage on the 12th
day of July, 18!l", near Mulino. Th
above amount will he paid for any clue
that will lead to their conviction .
Sheriff of Clackamas county.
To rent a farm, stockand twin, if satis
laetory terms, by a nun ol family, ho
can give good references a to industry
and bonify, Addiess "Renter," care
Your team will have the beat
of care and
Full Measure of FeetJ
Kidd & Williams, Props.,
Buecewors to W. H, COOk.6.
Livery Rigs on Short Notice.
Opp. Huntley'g Drug Store,
All Kinds of Watches,
Clocks and Jewelry Repaired
FORTY YEARS EXPERIENCE IN
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One week commencing
Monday, Sept. 9.
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PAYTON'S POPULAR PRICES:
MONDAY NIGHT ONLY.
That is: Each gentleman purchasing one re
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seat for one lady free. Or two ladies will be ad
mitted on one paid reserve seat ticket.
RESERVED SEATS AT USUAL PLACE.
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