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Oregon City hnterprise.
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CHAT ABOUT TOWN.
Miipln Hup Syrup,
IIiM'n Mapln hyrnp,
li.ii'k Ciiii.Iv Syrup,
lluiipy IhipH In bulk,
I'liru lluiicy in ciiiih,
While nuiillitllill ciiimIi linni.y,
Now Orlimim lalili' Syrup,
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V., I'!, Wii.i.iamh, Tim (iroccr.
lit tint Kvmil'lHK of-
Tint I'uir Iihh jiint ri'i oivnl a nil n lot of
If you want il aiming iniirlilne fur
go to Hi'llomy A Ittint'h'N.
Monity to limn on gnotl null i-mIiiIm
wcurity liy A. H Prtmstir.
Chair bottoma nt 1'nrkiT A llununl'i
from III cciiIh lip, Including nulla.
Tint luirM Htyln Huigt'r maclilnoKoM on
tint liiHlallinnMt plan t K. K. Martin'H.
For t lii'iip Ht ii in K1 linen gooda and
linun by tint yard (o to tint Hin kct Storu.
Marliimt oil 10 cent a Ixdtlc, hIho
li(n..i. for all kin. In of inarliint-a nt K.
Lami'b. Now utoclt of all klmln pint
rt'i ttivril. Fine litk nu (K liiiiipn 'ur '.
Him) Unllom)' A IIiiih'Ii.
J. V, Wt'lrli, di'iilmt of tint Cliiingo
Ciilli'K" of fifiital Surgery, ollicu in the
('mirier liMu. nem ileH)t.
I.ohI a gold, lover cull' liuiion with
Hiimke.1 n;.iti' actting Finder will
pli'iiHtt at Fmkiii'Iiikr oilier, an. I receive
All nhwIeH of iM'iiniH.in'ii i'reie paer
LI) (unlit m r roll, ami all Hlnulea itn
Mirleil timtiiii at eiiatern prieea ul Hunt
lev a Hook Mure.
Tlio ai-cond iitiuu of thu Clirintiiiiiit
(lieeenilieri iiiiiiiIht of 1 1 ur jht'm Mil ga
llon 1 1 nit lieiiu exliiitntle.l, and u third
edition hail heen orderi'd.
Frank I'. Welch, dmitiat, graduate of
tint I'niveraily of l'eiinnvlvania, will
ho in Oregon City oHice. TliuiN.liiy o( each
week ; reinaiinler of eitrli week in 1'ort-
liiml olliee, room 77leknm liuildinn.
County Clerk llorloii haa iHHiied mar
riage permits to the following coupled:
Mary K. Yergen and John Swan; Flor
fine Until and M. II Welmler; Kalin
Nliaenor and F. K. Linn; Lucille K.
Wheeler anil II. K. Cram.
John Topper, aged over HO yeara, and
H county cliargu, died at thu Oregon
City hoHpitiil at liladntono WednitHilay
morning. Hih remain wont lakun to
KHt I'or hind for hurial Tliuraday after
noon by Ix'ittor 1oland, of New F.ra.
InlerentiiiK exeroiaea were held In the
dilhirent room of the public aelioola laat
Friday afternoon. The puplla all ac
quitted thtiiiitelvea crehitahly. The
tti-hoola will iiain lie-in the work of the
winter term on Monday, January tth.
The flrat blackitniilh ahop that farmera
piiHit m comiiiK to Oregon City ia that of
Maple ili llnirman, at the junction of the
Seventh Hireet road ami Main Direct.
There is no cUhh of work they cannot
handle and at reiiHonahle pricea. They
liuve an exert liorHo-ahoer and guaran
Tim number of IIacku'h Ha.ak IxHiied
on December L'Hth will he llntiiiKtiiHhei)
by very eleKii'it wrapa, fur-trimmed, mid
deaiKned for reception theatre toilettea.
Several beautiful calling contuines will
bo viven in thin number, which, uh a
whole will be very rich in striking and
approprito winter fiiHhioiiH. An urllclo
by Mra. Seara on "Chnperonoa and
Chaperoned" will be of timely intercut.
Mm. Mary M. Otty, wife of C. UUy,
of ClackamaH, wuh examined before
County Judce Hayes hiHt Monday, Hint
pronounced inanno. Mra. Otty ia L'H
yeara old and her ailment ia canned by
accidental armtnio poiHoninx. Tho un
fortunate lady waa taken to tho Btuto
Hpyhiin Monday eveniiiK by Khurilf Mad-
dock, whero it la hoped tilie will obtain
Bpto ly relief.
County Treamirer M. L. Mooro had
four pigs butchered on his Mount I'leiiR
ant (arm laat week, that aveniKcd 213
pounds droHHod, net weight. The pigs
were only 11 months old, and of graded
Berkshire stock. They wore not Btir
ieited with food, but were kept contin
ually growing. Mr. Moore kept an ac
curate account of the amount fed the
pigs an 1 the cunt of ruiaing them, and
finds that be would realize a good protit
on the p irkers, even at the present low
price of four cents per pound. This
demonstrates the fact that It pays to
keep young pigs growing, and fattening
them ot an early age ready for killing.
I'luintliliiM I'ny hiiieiiuMMiud U'liie with
all lis ill Ion. Lint festivities, ilumlieila
of little omiH have linen uimlu happy by
the JiiilielmiN distribution of presents
that brought cheer to their hollies
ChilHlinaa Kve was generally observed
I by the churches In the city uinl vicinity
with appropriate cNe'cUes, and dinlri
bull. ill i.f presents aiuoinr the huinliiy
school children, 'lint chun lien went
lille.l with jiiynus, expectant liming,
and the varied exeicises went aptly ap
propriate lo sil.'li iM'casioiiN, llesides
the public galheiiiigs, a iiolahln num
ber of Christinas trees were observed
through the windows of private hoimca
in every part of the city on Christmas
AT Til K I'llKSIIYKIlUN l lll llrll.
Avery interesting musical and literary
piouram was piesented at the I'reshytn
rhiu church. Tim exercises la-gall with
tint song, "Joy to tint World," followed j
with scripture reeling by Charles War
disk. I'evolional aervicea were con
dueled by W, i. Ileattie, follnwud by a
word building exercise, which wlien
completed read "Merry Christinas."
Miss l)otialdson'a class sang an anthem ;
there was a iccitiition by Kdgar Wil
liams, a motion song by Miss Myra
Ilixby, a long by Miss F.thel Jackson,
a recitation by Walter Muir, a aong by
Miss Fancher'a class, a recitation bv
Tommy Stone, a song "King thu Hells,"
by Kliimr Stone, and the nsen
tut mn of an elegant silk banner to the
class making thu best record for deport
ment during the past month. The ban
ner waa the gift of Mra. A. J. Montgom
ery. At the close of the exercises the
Dutch miller apcared and started the
squeaking machinery of the Improvised
Holland mill on the platform, which
ground out randy and presents for the
children through a sliute made fur that
purpose. Thu entire room was festooned
will) evergreens and presented an at
AT Til K IIAI'TIST 1 lll lll II.
The excellent and well rendeied mu
sical nil. I literary pioifram was inter
sHinw. with appropriate readings and
resinses by the superintendent and
members of thu school. First on the
program was a sing, "Joy lo the World,"
followed with an invocation by the pas
tor. Then followed another song
"While Shepherds Watched Their
Flocks; a aong, "Merry Christmas ;"
recitation bv Arthur liugg; recilalions
by Ona Ucnner and Fdna Kinney, pu
pils of the primary class ; delamations
by flvu littlu girls; declamations by
Mrs. Laturette'a cl.tss; a declumntion
by Miss I'M n a Kugg; a duet by Mrs. F.
K. Donaldson; quartette with ohligato
solo, K. A. Smith base, Mis. F. K. Don-
aldsou alto, Miss Winnie (iraham, so
prano, .Mrs. 1. D. Taylor and Kev. M. I..
Kugg. At the close of the exercises,
A. F. Parker started the paddles of
the 17-foot wind mill erected on the
stage, and the squeaking noise of the
machinery, and the movements of the
rapidly-moving puddles created enthusi
asm, as thu prixes were delivered
through ttie window of the mill. At
the close of the exercises, (J. W. SwoHt,
Sunday school suMriutendent, waa pre
sented w ith an elegant otlice chair, and
the pastor, Uuv. M. L. liugg. was pre
sented with a loO oil painting, The
presentation in both instances was made
bv Kev. Oilman Parker, with approprU'
ate remarks. The auditorium in
ornamented with appropriate Christ
AT TIIK M. R. CIII'Kl'K,
After the usual devothnCal services,
the program betmn with a recitation by
Miss Lena Miller; a notation by Mies
Nettie Hraeley; soio by Miss Ethel
Du Parke ; a recitation by Cloio Lundy ;
a solo by M(sa Mae Case, "If tho
Little Stars WiAUd Tell ;" a doclamation
by Mr. Miller J H recitation by Miss Net
tie Kruse; in excellent exhibition of
club swinging by Miss Kinma Sykos; a
recitation by: Miss Camille Hutton; a
Mutation tfy MLss May Strickland;
Christmas farol, by a quartette consist
ing of Mimos May Strickland, Vettie
Ilradley, Gertrude Miller and Minnio
Hansen j' a recitation by Lowell Blan
chard; a recitation by Col Hutton; a
solo by Cloio Lundy. Tho roll of honor
was read, consisting of Sunday school
pupil", who had not been turdy in their
attendance. There were recitation alpo,
Miasm, Lulu Young and Hazel David
son. Tho church was beautifully deco
rated with evergreens, and the time
honored Christmas tree that stood on
the platform was loaded with presents
fur theJlittle ones,
AT TUB CONUHKUATIONAL Clll'IICII.
The program at the Congregational
church wus short on account of the ex
tended Christinas services held in the
:hurch last Sunday evening. After an
Appropriate song service followed a reci
tation by little Caddio Walker; a reci
tation by Miss Marguerita Wall, a se
lection from Walter Scott's "Marmion."
Then came a recitation by Little Fannie
Cowan, followed with a solo by Miss Ivy
Uiiake. The decorations were in keep
ing with the occasion, and the large
Cliristmss tree was loaded with presents,
every child in the house receiving a pres
ents, and gifts were sunt to the absent
ami gick onos. The tree was notable
forUs great display of handsome dolls,
us Mrs. P.rownul! donated the largo
slock leftover from thu doll haar held
Inst week, mid every child who was riot
likely lo receive a new doll h.r Christ'
inns was kin;i one, After thu presents
were delivered, II. Dye, the Sunday
schuol hiij.ci Inleinlelit, presented Dr.
J. W, Cowiin with an elegant gold watch,
a IcHlliiiiiiiinl from the members of the
Cuii.'ieg.ill.iii.il chinch in token of the
high iiipiei iiitlun of lint work of their
pastor. Mrs, K, I!. Andiews wjs pre
sented with it banging lump of tasty de
sign by the member of her class. Mrs.
Jennie White received an easy chair,
which was delivered at her lesidenco in
recognition of her devoted services as
church organist. CoH'co and cake were
served lo all pecsent free of charge, and
a most enjoyable time was bad for a
couple of hours. Thu decorations were
in uc. old w ith the occasion.
AT I'AHKCI.AI K.
A very interesting program was ren
dered by tho Union Sunday school ut
I'ardplace on Christmas Kve The ex
ercisea opened with thu song, "Joy lo
the World," followed with prayei by the
assistant superintendent, Mr. Kirhy.
John Allwoo l, superintendent, made the
opening add resa. Then came a recita
tion by F.thel Walls, ''Careless Santa
Clans;" a duet by Allio Straiuht and
Alice Oldttnberg; rucitation by Willie
Heaves; Christmas song by the choir
"King the Hells;" recitation by Maud
Purciill ; rucitation by George Olden
berg. After more music by the choir,
Santa Clans appeared in the erstjn of
Prof. J. W, Gray, who delivered the
presents from tho tree. Numerous prcs
ents were displayed, and the occasion
proved a grand succest. The affair was
held in the school building.
AT MOUNT IM.KASANT.
The Twilight Club, of Mount Pleasant
had an interesting program and Christ
mas tree in thdir new ball on Tuesday
evening. The quartette by George and
Hurt McArtbur, Charles Rutherford and
George Harrington, deserves special
mention. Next, "Merry Christmas"
was sang by Fannie Smith, followed by
the rendition of the "I-ord'a Prayer," by
Winnie Kidder, Helen McCord and Fan
nie Smith. Thu closing address was
ma. If bv II. iiner Martin The hall was
appropriately decorated, and numerous
presents were distributed from the tree
On Monday evening a splendid pro
gram was rendered in Canemah at the
Haptist mission. Tho children ac
quitted themselves very creditably
and an interesting feature of the gath
ering was the distribution of presents by
Santa Llmm. 1 ne aiicresa ol the allair
was due to the able management of Mrs
U. W, Porter and Miss Bessie Midlam
A Christmas tree and entertainment
was held at tho West Side mission Wed
nesday evuning. No detailed report of
the proceedings has yet been received at
this olllce, but the enterprising residents
of that section do not fall behind their
neighbors when it comes to entertain
The statement bss been printed that
Mrs. Hannah, now co'dined in the Ore
gon penitentiary. -is the first Oregon
woman sent there for murder. This
leads tho Salem Post to make the state'
meiit that in 1857, Mrs. Charity Lamb,
of Clackauiax county killed her husband,
and was sent to the peniteutiary for life
where, ahe died. One morning she
cooked breakfast for Mr. Lamb as usual,
and when he st down to tho table, she
Went out to the woodpile and secured
his axe and approaching from behind
split hit head open,
Comic Opi-ru. j
"Trial by Jury," the beaiilllul opera, j
sister play of "I'liiafuru" by Gilbert and ;
Sullivan, w ill he placed on the stage at ;
Slnvely'a opera homo, the forepart ul ,
January, ft will be the lust producli' ii
given here this season by Prof. V. K. ,
Ib p'tiiiu mi. I Kill he gtyc.li f.r tin) brne
lltoflhe Y. M (,'. A. Gymnasium of
Oregon C.ly. This opeia in full .( bc.iuli-
fill music, siiunlar to l'inafoiu and full of,
comedy. Mr. ('has. Miller, as the judge, j
will make you laugh mid laugh again. I
Thu other characters, of well know n local
Highest of all in Leavening Tower. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
How to t'ura ftimbara. I
Apply to tho burned parts a thick f-
laient, aro mil ol spirit, sweet music aim , coaling or wniro vaw-niio, wmcn ici re- . HT
Tho scene is in a court room
K. F. Drigg", will swear in the jury of
twelve. A breach of promise case will
oe piuccd peiore the court and a'gued ny l UJUNt Jlot t.(JUxri to steam, and al
the counsels. The defendant will be ; mot UUry
condemned and altera long flirtation of
jury with the I'luintiir, thu honorable
j'ldgu falls in love with thu beautiful
plaintiff" and marries her himself.
Tho Si"talnrs and bridesmaids chorus
aro great. The chorus of the jurymen
aro very funny.
Tho finale of the performance will lie
PAI'I.H ( III Itl'H - r.ni.rnrml - n
main for ten niinut:sor more; then rub ; iwm, Hector. Hnrviei-. mil o'clock a.
it off by applying a soft dry cloth gen- ! jfm
tly. Have a bowl of very hot water
l,ri,nrl.t to roil and a l.iir linen tiwel ! r,HiT ''NOKKriATIONAL CllfKCH.-
urongnt to you hiki a uig linen vil , KeVi w Ci.wu l-uor. servir. m io m i
Dip the t)WCl 111 tho Wtttor, Which i "d S IX) r. x M.inrlHy Hi IuhiI niter miinilnir
. er,i.:t, rinyr mmut wi-.nii-xiHy (!venilir It
SllWfi rlwlr l'rivFinM,.lt.vnrvln. U.....I. .
your fuoe in it, but do not I Society ol r;hrluln Hndcsror every Biiuilar
touch tho skin with it for srjme time, i "'" prmpt.
You should steam your far this way for riRHT
10 minntia, and by that time every drop
of blood in your brsly will soem to be in
your face. Then call for more hot water
una apply it iu soft, gentle fashion to
tho skiu for 15 minutes.
Then put on a coating of vaseline and
lio down for half an hour. When you
BAPTMT riil rtcii K.v u i.
Ki Pa'...r Mornlui Hervlp t
Sehmilsi 12-15; Kvenliiif Merrlce :30; hririilsr
prayer meetlnx WednetiUji evenltnt. Monthly
Covensiit Mcetlni erery WeiloemUf eveniuf
preoedliif the firm Hiindjr lo tho roootta. A
corulal ll.vitatlon to all.
8T. JOHN'S fIHCKCH.CATHOU0.-Bsv. A
H ' J.I.KUKAND, Pa-.(ir. )n Sunday nan t S snd
i ; a. M. Kvery ecjd (! fourth HiiDdsy
Penelope," .he Milkman's P.ride, an " get up, you will bo as fresh as a daisy j At il other n"ei
operetta, full of mirth and charming ! and your face will not trouble you in school it t;M r. . vir, aiKiiosetical
. . bii il !, anil Kn.i.f-ii,.n mi . -'hi m m
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music, ine principal comedy pans oi -
ll.ii. .iiuira a ra in ll. l.nla tl 1 9 lriili.
The brick work of the old city jail has
been torn away. The building belongs
to private parties, but was used as a
county jail for a number of years prev
ious to tho construction uf the present
court house. It was one of the historic
structures of Oregon City.
The druggists of this town have little
books that tell all about it. Digestive
Cordial creates an appetite, aids diges
tion and brings about a rapid increase in
flesh and strength.
Tho Kpiscopat church and rectory
have both been covered with new roofs,
and present a much Improved appear
ance. Uttior improvements have been
made in and around theso structures.
ard, Harris and Askin which is sufficient
guarantee of the hi.h order of the per
formance. Although the policeman and i milk, as they aro rich in oils of a fatten
How Bony Olrla May Become Plump,
Girls with spore ribs and other bare !
METHOPIBT EPISCOPAL CHCKCH.-Kit
fl. Kykkh, Pastor. Morniin terrice al 11
Sunday Hrhool at 10:00. (.'! meetlu alter
ni.TiiiiiK nrrtu-e. cteniDr service at 7J0.
grenadier protest their love for Penelope
bur old love, the milkman, Mr. V.
Harris, is ber choice and all ends with a
good laugh . The two operettas are very
popular and always draw large audiences
rain or shine. Dont allow the weather
lo krp you from attending this entertain
ment, lor if you do you will miss the
best performance of the kind ever given
here The admission will be 50 c for
re-erved seals. General admission 35c,
iok out for date and program and it
you dont come we will send our "Pene
lope" police force for you.
bones Should firing cocoa, Chocolate or 'Pn lanut meeting Sunday evening at
y -. i ,.7:wiIK I il .1 rmjaj CTCD I Uf at DIU.
tranters cordially Invited.
Electric Hitters is a medicine suited
for any seat"!), but perhaps more gener
ally needed, when the languid exhausted I
feeling prevails, when the liver is torpid
and sluggish and the need of a tonic and
alterative is felt. A prompt use of this
medicine has often averted long and per
haps fatal bilious fevers. No medicine
will act more surely in counteracting
and freeing the system from the malarial
poison. Headache, Indigestion, Consti
pation and Dizziness vie'd to Electric
Hitters. 50c and $1.01) per bottle at
Cliarman & Co's Drue Store.
ning and nourishing character. Vegeta
bles served with melted butter, salads
dressed with mayonnaise sauce, boiled j
hominy and rice, and baked potato with
salt and fresh butter, custard puddings,
sweetmeats and sugar on everything,
with plenty of sleep, will help to put
flush on bony figures.
Bow to CIcmuw Print Good.
Calicoes, ginghams and c ham brays
cannot be projierly washed with the
white clothes. To set the colors soak the
dress a few minutes. If there is much
pink, purple, lavender or green in the
goods, strong, cold alum water is the
best For reds, yellows, browns and
the like use about one ounce of sugar
of load to a gallon of water. For black
and white combinations dissolve two
! hundfuls of salt in a tub of cold water.
Then wash hastily through warm bran
water, rinse twice, blue if the colors re
quire bluing, wring, starch on the wrong
side with well made, smooth starch and
hang in a breezy but not sunny place.
Don't Tobacco Spit
Or smoke your life awav, is the truthful,
startling title of a hook about Xo-To-Bac,
the harmless, guaranteed tobacco habit
cure that braces up nicotinized nerves,
eliminates tho nicotine poison, makes
weak men gain strength, vigor and man
hood. You run no physical or fiuanciul
risk, as No-To-Ba3 is sold by druggists
everywhere under a guarantee to cure
or money refunded. Book free, address
Sterling Remedy Co., New York or
Chicago. ("barman & Co., Druggist.
We cannot begin to name the many
beautiful articles shown in onr holiday
display of silverware. We can only ask
all who contemplate the purchase of
gifts to come in and see for themselves
our splendid assortment of appropriate
presents. We show the very latest
designs and most popular styles and our
prices are very low indeed. Be sure to
see the advantages we are oflering.
Bl'RMKISTKB & AnDKESEN.
How to Make Rechauffe of Flih.
Take cold boiled fish of any kind, 2
tablexpooufuls of butter, a cup of bread
crumbs, 3 eggs beaten slightly, 2 table
spoonfuls of milk, a teospoouful of an
chovy paste, pepper and cayenne. Put
the fish, cut fine, into the chafing pan
with butter, and when well melted add
the bread crumbs, milk, eggs, anchovy
paste, pepper and cayeuna Stir constant
ly and let simmer for five minutes.
Good second hand yiolln for sale cheap
at second hand store, Seventh street,
near the depot.
Catarrh Cannot be Cured.
With Local Applications, as cannot
reach tho seat of the disease, and in
order to cure it you must take internal
remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken
internally, and acts directly on the
blood and mucous surfaces. Hall's
Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine.
It was prescribed by one of the best
physicians in this country for years, and
is a regular prescription. It is composed
of the best tonics known, combined with
tho best blood purifiers, acting directly
on the mucous surfaces. The perfect
combination of the two ingredients is
what produces such wondurful results in
curing Catarrh. Send for testimonials,
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props.,
Sold by Druggists, price 75.
ROYAL Baking Powder.
Highest of ell in leavening
Strength. V. S. Government Report
lllj acres of good land in the city of
Canby, all under cultivation, with a
good story and a half house, two barns,
good well water and a young bearing
orchard. Inquire of the owner, Wu.
Bi98ki.l, Canby, for terms.
Farm fr Sale.
One hundred and sixty acres in Pow
ell's Valley; one of the most desirable
places in that section. Will sell on easy
terms on long time. Apply to Mas.
Makv L. Bkaulkv, County Assessor's
otlice, Oregon City.
Cams neighborhood is to have an
other church edifice, the Evangelical
people having preparations wall under
way to erect a fine building, 20x40 feet.
It will be located on W. W. Mays' place
near the M. E. church building. Funds
are now being raised and the canvassers
are having good success, and it is ex
pected that work will be commenced on
h e building in the near future.
The State Teachers' Association will
convene in Portland on the evening of
January 1st, and remain in session until
the evening of January 3rd. It is ex
pected that there will be a good attend
ance ol teachers from Clackamas
"A Monument or Art the Congress
ional Library at Washington" is the title
of an important article by Royal Cortis-
soz, with three full pages of illustrations,
in Harkr's Weekly for December 28th.
Another interesting feature in the same
number is the account of Commissioner
Waring's proposed East Side Combined
Pushcart Market and Children's Play
ground, with drawings by W. A. Rogers.
The latent in viaitinir canlN at thA Ek i
tkrphise Office. Prices to suit you.
Bow to Get Rid of Cork Fracmenta.
Corks in all bottles are often bad, and
in drawing them they will crumble. If
the ale is poured directly under these
circumstances, bits of cork will appear
in some of the glosses. These bits of
cork are easily got rid of. Hold tho bot
tle npright and tap its side sharply. All
the bits of cork will rise into the neck
of the bottle, and presently the ale will
begin to send out a bead of foam. On
top of this the cork crumbs will rise.
Blow off the head of the foam, and all
the bits of cork will be gone. Then you
con decant the ale and have it clear and
ready to drink.
How to Malta Roily Poly Padding.
Prepare a light cream paste, roll a
quarter of au inch thick ; cover with
sweet currants, or dried cherries, or
sliced figs. Roll and pinch the ends to
secure the fruit Put on pie pan, set in
steamer with bits of wood underneath
to allow the passage of the steam.
Steam constantly for two hours. Sauce
of cream or fruit juice.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHCRCH.-Kit. J.
W. Montgomery, Pantcr. Services at 11 a.m. and
7:80 r. M. Sabbath School at 10 a. h. Younf
People's Society of CarUtlan Endeavor meet
very Sunday evening al S:30. Wednesday
venlnf prayer meeting at 1 M. Seats Iree.
EVANG-aiCAL CHURCH fiER MAN H. 1.
Hobum-hi-ch. Pantor; J. K. Ehskt aI tin'.
Preaching ervlcea every Sunday at 11 A. M.
and 7: P. M. babbath actool every Sunday at
10 A. M-, Mr. 1. nrniaii Supt. Prayer Meetinf
every Thuriday evening
F.EGl'LAR f EKVICE AT U. B. CHCRCH
inoru.ua an I i-v -nii.gol 1-t and $ I .-u idy of
ecu mouth. Sabbnth netiool at 10. A. Ji. each
8 bbatn. 1 D. 8uln-, Ku a.
W. H.McLii.H. Pait'.r.
FV ANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH L.
Gary, Pantor. iermn nervicea every Sunday
al 11 o'clock A H. fintlmh lervlcea at 7:30 P.
M Sunday tchool at 10 o'clock A. U. Loca
tion : Store room next door to bakery In Sblve
ley' building, corner ol Seventh anrl Maditor
'I he card lor ll n-eilea and lorim .n
( lack m County are .uhl.-i ed fcoleurce
n t e Entxifb ur It I- eipe t d tha' the
officer f tne vari- ua 1 d e. w 11 x-nd the
cone t omnia! may be necessary t orn tmeto
OKEuON CITY BOARD OP TRADE.
Meets at Court House on Second Monday la
each month. Visitors welcome.
J. il. LAYt'REX K, t E. CHAkMAS,
GAVEL LODGE. NO. M, A O. U. W
Meets second and lonrth Saturday evenings at
Knigbt'tt hall. Cauby. Visiting brothers made
K ta.L E. . Maddotk,
Recorder Master Workman .
PIG IRON LODGE NO. 135, A. O. U. W.
Meets every Thursday eveniDg at Odd Fellows
hall, Oswego. Visiting brethren always wel
come. T. MacMillan,
Earl Mirk. Recorder M. W.
CATARACT HOSE . No. 2J.
Meets second Tuesday of each month at Cat
aract Engine house. W. H. Howell, Pres
Q. H. lit row. Sec'y. J. W. O (Jonnell. F'rn
MYRTLE LODGE NO. 24. DEGREE OP HONOR,
Meets every Friday In A. O. U. W. HalL Vis
iting members made welcome.
Mai. P. I. Baslow, C oil
S. A. Gillktt, Kecoiiler.
FALLS CITY LODGE SO A. O U. W.
Meets every Saturday evening of each month
In A. O V. W. hall 7th St All sojourning
brethren cordially invited to attend.
MAX eCHlLPlU.-, M. W.
Geo Camfp, Recorder.
MEADE POST, No 2. G A. R., DEPARTMENT
Meets II rst Widnesdavof each month, at E.of
P. Hall, Oregou City. Visiting comrade made
J. T. APPER ON, Commander.
C. A. Williams, Adjutaut
X Ml i
and like manifes
tations of impure
blood appear. They
wouldn't appear if
your blood were
pure and your sys
tem in the right
show you what you
need a (rood blood
purit er; that's what
you set when you
j I take Dr. Pierce's
r It carries health
with it. All Blood,
Skin and Scalp Dis
eases, from a com
mon Blotch, or Eruption, to the worst
Scrofula, are cured by it It invigorates
the liver and rouses every organ into
healthful action. In the most stubborn
forma of Skin Diseases, such aa Salt
rheum, Eczema, Tetter, Erysipelas, Boils
and kindred ailments, and with Scrofula,
in every shape, and all blood-taints, no
matter from what cause arising, it ia aa
Mrs. Bkllb swaKNRY. of Flat Top, Mfrcir
Co., IK l a., writes : " About four vcara aro I
iuuk scruiuia, aim am
everything; that doctors
and others prescribed,
but onlv g-ot wore.
Several aWe-wes formed
about ray neck and
breast, disbursing; a
quantity of matter. I
got so weak T could
scarcely walk about the
houne. I read all the
medical works I crvild
fret hold of, end, amone
the rest, read home o?
your works. You de
scribed my case, and .
Pierce's OoM.-n Med vn! ""'1Jkv.
Discovery with hi Mas. Swt.snbv.
'Pleannt MH' So
I procured n-npr-tit' coTnmeTceduthera and
soou beu to uicuvl. In six luutilii.t uiy sores
were all Ii-m!-- im. I am fon.v-hve vear old
and believe I am ns stout as I ever was in my
life. I i.-. ' :r,..ut otie dozen L-jUkj of the
Golden iiu.ci Discovery' with ,;ic Tel
lets,' uii.l i. i uotluujr else ailet I tx-vwn usiug
your mrxin'-i. "
F COMPANY. FIRST REGIMENT, O. N, O.
Armory. Third and Main. Regular drill night,
Monday. Regular business meetings, flrsL
Monday ot each month.
F.8 Kelly, ... Captain
L. L. Pickens, - - First Lieutenant
W. A. Hunt ey, - Recoud Lieutenant
K. OF P. STAR LODGE NO. 96.
Rlsley, C. C; Thomas Nellson, K. of R.
o'clock In Castle hall, I. O. O. F. building.
Brothers from other K. ol P. lodge Invited.
Meets every Wednesday eveniug at 8
OSWEGO LODGE NO. 100, A. F. 4 A. M.
Meets the second and fourth 8atur.li.ys of each
mouth at 7 p. m. All Masous iu good standing
are invited to attend.
D. B. Rkks. W. M. E. J. Ri-ssill, Sec'y.
OSWEGO LODGE NO. 88, 1. O. G.T.
Meets every Friday eveniug In the new hall la
J. C. Hainis, C T. John Kbusb, Sec'y.
BUTTE CREEK GRANGE, No. 82, P. of H.
Meets at their ball In Marnuam, second Sat
urday In each month at it) a. m. Visiting
members always welcome.
). R. Whitb, A. V. Davis,
ABERNETIIY REBEKAH DEGREE LODGE -NO
Meets the (lr-t and third F iday In the
month at 7:30 P M., iu I. O. O. F. Hall.
Mrm. D. ti. 11 lass. Mad. J. M. Meldbi'M.
Secretary. N. G,
ST. JOHN'S BRANCH, NO. 67, C K. of A.
Meets every Tuesday evening at their hall
corner Maiu and Tenth Streets, Oregon City.
N. C. MtcHKLs.Sec'y. Hebhekt Uakafin, Pres.
WARNER GRANGE, No. 117, P. Of H.
Meet fourth Saturday of each month, at their
hall In New Era. David McArthur, Master
Mrs. May Waldrcu. Sec'y
Clackamas Chapter No. 2, R. A. M. Regular
Convocallou third Monday of the month at 7;3'
W. E. CARLL, H. P.
H. ?. STRANGE. Sec'v.
OREGON LODGE, No. 3, I.O. O. F.
Meets every Thursday even.ug at 7:80 o'clock
p. H . In the Odd Fellows' Hall, Main street.
Members ol the Order are Invited to attend.
W . A. HEDGES, N. G.
Thos, Ryan, Secretary.
OSWEGO LODGE, NO 93, I. O. O. F.
Meets at Odd Fellow's hall, Oswego, every
Mouday evening. Visiting brethren made
welcome. C. H. NIXON, N. G.
J. F. RlsLKY, 8e0.
ACHILLES LODGE, NO. 88, K OF P.
Meets every Friday night at the K. of P. hall.
Visiting Knights invited.
Jokph Lynch C. C.
H.J. 'I horn, KelPauda.