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Oregon City hntcrprise.
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I, I'urlur, II ( r y MkIiIiiiiii, J. Vi. Mollnll.
iiuiinrll inml Itrnl Wi'ilninilti) ulimrli niniilh
In oily hall
I'HIHAY JANI'AHY ill, Ihwh.
CI I AT ABOUT TOWN.
I'.xtru hihIii milkers,
Snow flukti i riu kiTH,
l.iuig lliiintli I'liukers,
Kngur wafers ll ivurx,
K, lv Willlittnn 1 1 1 Krui'iT.
Wauled Wood nt dm I:ntkhi ihk of-
If you wuiil n newlng iniirhiiie for f-ft
go lo lli'llnniy Hiibi li'n. '
Money Id limn on kimkI ri'iil estate
wi-unty by A. K. Presser.
Illnnk iidIk, roreipt and order books
I tlm Isntkiii'Hink ollife
Clmir biilluiim nt Parker ,lt I low unl 'it
from III rents iii, Itiihuliiig niiiU.
The latest In visiting rnnlii nt tlm 1'n
Tklil'Hinii OfKli.K. I'rlees to null you.
Clothing will bit Milil nt nrtunl coHt nt
('Imimiin A Sun'ri lor tln ni'il 'M iluyn.
Tlin "Ki'rnii'nn'" i tlm bil rlifiir pvit
nolil fur n nli kli. K. K. Willlniim lb
I'oiin.l, n mlr of uolil Hpi-rliii lim in
IcnibiT rrnm. Cull nl tlm KxrunriiiiiK i
M, ul, inn oil 10 ri-lili) IidIIIk, nUo
inn"!!" f.,r nil kUiiU of initi'biiii'" nt I'.
Cnmlli-ii rmiiliiit ti lfltt nml ibiv,
nin.lii'ii Iti'mIi u iii-w mow ii buy Id tlm
Nuvi'lly ruiiily fm'lory.
I'ili'ii n( ! Iiiivi I'lli-B, but IV
Will'.. Ul. .1.1. rl:,U'H Will rlltll llll-lll.
Wl..... iiiu.H-rlv m,..li..,l it . nr.- M-.l.l. !
mi'I bni ii wilbiiut llm nliubli-Hl uiin
Frank I'. Welch, denlmt, graduate "'
the Cnlvernily of rennnvlviinia, WW
be in Oregon City ollice Tlnirmlnyof em-li
week ; remainder of each week i l'"rt
Innd ollice, room 771ckiiin hililding.
Knyler'n Molullu lmin give complete
nntihlactiou. K. K. William the gro
cer. Arthur Klrchem, an innine patient,
who eciiM-d from the nnylum nt Salem,
a reidilciit of Miiltiiomiib county, wan
' npliired in thin city lant Friday, and
retiiriii-d totlm aulhorilien at Salem by
Tho.nn H. Tongue, chairman ol the i
of the rongrennional coiiimitlee of the
llml dutrict, bun calhil a meeting of
Hint Ihi.Iv, to convene in Portland at
the Hotel l'erkinn on February lit Ii.
C O T. William In the member from
There will bo a union meeting nf all i
the Chrlnllan Kmlnavor nocietie in the
city next Sunday evening nt nix o'rlwk
at the rtaptitt church. The tonic wMl
lie, "Laborer Together with Uml."
At 7:30 there will he Young People'
rallie at the Baptist and Muthodint
cbiirchea. Dr. Cowan and Kev. Kugg
will be in attendance at the M. K.
church, while lev Slryker and Mont
gomery will preniile at the Baptist
church. All are invited to attend the
Fndeavor Cnion meeting and the ral-
lien on tin) name evening.
F'or tlm pant month Prof. J. W. Orny,
principal of the Puikplnco nchool, and
Prol. II. W. Starkweather, principal of
the Oswego schools, havo been conduct
ing a tnrdineus content between the pu
pil of their respective clnnse. The re
milt of the content will be known thin
(Fridny) evening, and the winner will
receive a clan Hug from tho loser as an
award for their regular attendance.
Thin method ha proved very successful
in other place a an incentive to regu
lar attendance at school, and
it is hoped Unit tliiswill prove no excep
tion to (he rule.
For moie than a hundred yearn tho
Shaker have been studying the medical
the remedial properties of plant. They
havo miide innny discoveries, but their
greatest achievement was made lunt
year. It is a cordial that contain al
ready digeslod food and is a digester of
food. It 1 effective in removing dis
tress after eating, and creates an appetite
for more food ho that eating becomes a
pleasure. Palo, thin people become
plump and healthy under its uso. It
arrest a the wanting of consumption.
There never baa beon such a step for
ward in the cure of indigestion as this
Shaker Cordial. Your druggist will be
glad to give you a little book descriptive
of the product.
Givo the bailies Laxol, which is Cas
tor Oil made as palatable as Honqy,
ROYAL Baking Powder.
Highest of all In leavening
Strength. V, S. Government Report
CK.NTIMI, CONMII IKK MKKT.H.
J 11 ( -m A t"'t '"'' Tim I r llnlil
Imr ('mi illy ntiriMilloii l iznil.
'i'lin 'liirkuiiiiiM nmiity republican ceil
(nil euniiiiilleo Imiil u meeting nt I'upu's
liull, lust Muii'duy afternoon nt 'I . in.,
pursuant Id cull ol ('hitlrmuti Henry
Mnlilriim mill Herrelary lieorgn I,. Story
'I'lm majority o( llni prednetn were r ;
rescritt'd, mill llni gathering wiih liiirinu
iiiniiH In nil ill ilrlilii-riitiuriH
Cliiilriiiiin Mi'Miiiiii 4iiiiuiiiii'i"l Ibut
Ihiu meeting was fulled fur lln purpose
of IIxIiik lln llnni mill iluli) f'H hold tig
llin ri i im ri.-M iiimI enmity rniivelitioii,
nlmi, In II x llii ti'iri' ehUtinn of dele
gnl.'H fiDin I'lii'li pit'tinet to mild eon voli
tion. I l lurlhi'i slated liml li im r i 'ii dm
fur rnlilii;! lb' I'DHVKiiliiiii it t iIiih eii'y
lulu H.ix fur I lin 1 1 1 mn ol giving in i n v'
llf tllll tlieilibl'M WI'IU ill llltl'll'l.lllri'
iiiiin tlm fin nil cu.irt, uu oppur; u;,i.y
In nlli'iiil tlm romuiiltoo ini'i.'lii.., wIid
WOlllll DllllTWIBI! llllVll t'j iiiukii two trim
Id Oregon t'ily. After hoiiiii
HDIIIII dial llssioll tllll ll.liiM llf reptOMfU
t II t Kill M'UN Ulloplf if JIM flllllJWH DllUlll'l-
i egulii ill large fur 1'iirli priTinct, uml unit
fur every IH votes or frurtioii c.mt for
I linn'T llrriiiiiiin lor nuigress ut 1 1 1 I net
; Hindi elnrtinii. This itivt'M enrh proeiiif.t
I Uu' following representation :
I'rtintiiot. Ilnriiivin'a vntit. No. ditlfeiif.
Iturliw VI a
Iti'iivi'r CriM-k . . . . 1K 4
HuriiiK ill '&
Cmii'inuli fH a
Cnnyon ('wk . 15 . . .2
Cuih'nib-ii 101' 5
Cbnrryvillu 1H 'i
Clm kiiiniiM IKI b
K.IKIH (Wk M .'I
(iiortfi) l.'l .2
HnnliiiK Wi 3
IliK'liUn.l 411 a
SirinKwlt'r ... Ill a
Smlu SprniK- . .40. a
Sieyern 11 2
Ciiion aa a
.Vent Oregon City 47 .'I
Abernethy Hil 4
Miilile Ijiiic ... 41 a
New I'm n"i 4
Oregon City No I, 177 7
Oregon City No a, 77 4
(;, lirld 4o a
Iiiima-ciiii I4 4
TnaUli.i a4 3
Milk Creek .... 24 2
t'pier Molallu. .-. .44 a
l.wer Molullu ...22 2
Viola at 3
Uriiiain 10H S
Totul number of delegate in the con
A motion w an made and t arried that
the cl. airman of the county central com
mittee call the convention not leH than
ten dnyn prior to the ntatu convention an
called by the ntatu central committee,
iiii.l llm iirtiiinrli.H In hi culled not hhM
. . , ,
the county con vent ion.
It win moved nml carried that the
member of each precinct committee,
apMiintthe jtiilgcn and clerkn of elec
tion for the primaries.
After the general routine of bun'men
ntirring K-ecbe were made by A. It.
Manpium, (ieorge O. liinearnon, 1'r.
J. II Hickman, of Clackanian; Charle
Mencrve.J. K. McCunnell, Charle Hoi
man, K. W. Mullaiu, SherilT Maddock
andolherri. All the remark indicated
that the republican party were ntantlitig
unitedly together with one object in
view, Hint of a republican victory for
Clackama county in the coming Juno
No roll wan called, hut a near an can
be ancerlained the following repiuauutu
liven from the vaiioun precincts were in
attendance a coiniiiitteuieii from the
varioun precinct :
10. I. linker, Plennnnt Hill.
U. W, Prosner, Oswego.
(ieorgo O. Hineuraon, Abernethy.
M. VI. McGuehan, Maple Lime.
F. C. Harlow, Milwaukee.
Henry Meldrum, Oregon City No. 2.
U. L. Slory, Oregon City No. 3.
II. E. Smith, West Oiegon City.
L. D. Shank, Canby.
Andrew Kochcr, Harlow.
Kobert Leslie, Murquain.
II. J. Thomas, Soda Spring.
T. B. Thomas, Beaver Creek.
J. F. Nelson, Milk Creek.
J. H. Morton, Damascus.
George Unndall, New I'.ra.
W. V.. Uonney, Cnnyon Creek.
Dr..!. II. Hickman, Clackamas.
II. L. Patterson, Harding.
W. Boring, HoringB.
Harm Paiilnen, George.
V. W. Midlam, Canenmh.
George. Khmer, Needy,
Among those who were ia attendance
at the convention, and who were in the
city on that day, a few ot whom are
mentioned as follows, lid Harrington,
of Highland; W'eldon Shank, of Canby;
E. H. Burkhardt, of Deep Creek;
K. Scott, of Milwaukee ; 8. J. Garrlnon,
Georgo Knight and II. A. Vorpuhl, of
Canby; C. II. Hubbard, Canyon Creek;
Henry Trogo, Fred Heinor, Dninascas,
J. C. Paddock, C. F. Clarko, Jas. Hoots,
L. E. Wise, and Ed Dedinan, of Clack
iuiihh;J. K. McConnoll, Pleasant Hill;
E. 10. Judd, Marqtiain. and a num
ber of othoia. All expressed them
selves a well pleased with the work of
Highest of all In Leavening Power. Lateit U. S. Cov't Report
Tfiiclii'M KiilnrliiliiH I'hi' I'biiiiI Jury
Vfrdlcl Th If ii I i'i Viiuiiif Spi-nker.
ItK.riTATioN a n ii Huvii. Minn Millinl
ItrDiii'lli'lti'.n vnry iinrtly nml uttrur'ivei
i ' ' '
litllo luily o only nvi!iili!ii minnm-rn,
cmiii-Id liui luw TliurmUy mi'I ib-livurnil
n vury rniclilnblii l-riiif rMii- b-riure nt
ii... if v ..i. .....i. .... it. ..i All
. m k .. ' 1
wcio U'lmitli'il frcn uml a colli'i tion j
tnkmi ii, MiBH r.roiiiilli-IU' rnpiainiiiK I
to tboBi- iruM-nl lb objiict of bi;r work, j
Sbc in fiom liiirvniM, wbro ln-r fiillmr in !
u I'ri-Bliyli-rimi inuiiBlfr nml nn xliu in ',
one of n birKi-fiimily ol i!biii"ii nlm Iihh j
(li-cbli'il to niloit IbiH nmtli'nl of i-iirnii'
hhuiikIi Id i-nabli- bi-r to i.Dinpli'lo ln r j
eiluniliori, nt tlm muni! tune mippDrtiii) ;
Imrm-lf ami litllo ninler. Kriiluy cveninK j
after tlm lilerury meelinit lm unve n
m-rien of reriUtiuliH Hbowing bemelf to lie
ipiitii mi clix ntioiiiHt fur one mi vouiik)
nml eni'b nuleetion wan beariily received I
Sim khh aided lV a noun by ber mntcr,
whom) nwi'i-t childiHli voice wan loudly
npplmid.-d; aim. by n Imrijo nolo by l
Carey M Umnnby, w ho in a popular j
youtiK man of Ibin luwn and who l j
inn in , i. iiiiiiim "ii itiiin ';'n'ii
alwivn finely received, no mutter in
whnt rapacity be i;reelM an audience.
Minn Itronellelte in refined mid. lady-like
ia manner" and we winli her every iiuc
cckb iii her brave undertiikini;.
AiuiksT Mauk koii Faht Ikivinu. An j
exemplarly cane wan tried in J nil ice'
Kitler'n court here Tlmrnilay which re- j
nulled in the nciiittal of the young rnnn. :
Mr. Coiiethern, a young luun living on j
.Mark'n I'mirie wbh the center of attrac 1
lion when brought up In-fore hi Honor;
to nhow rcnuonu why he hIioiiM drive j
fiiHter thiiu u wulk over our tountv
budge (.jiuiiiiing tlie Pudding river be-i
I wee ii Aurora and Harlow. The com- j
plaint was brought by Mr. W. W. Irvin
who had received iiiHtructionn to nee J
that our luw nre enforced, hence acted
In g'xnl faith. The young man pleaded:
"not guilty," in i-oiiieipience a jury win
i in u , ii.li.il u.i.l u f 1 1. r lii.iirini (lit wil i
,,, .. i i .
nennea of the pronecution and uefenno,
.1 i I . i . .. i ,
the iuiv retired and noon brought in t. e
verdict "not guilly." The aituniey for
llm pronecution wan Pice of Oregon City
with Murk of Barlow (or the defense.
KoraiNo Political Mkktinii. Next
Monday will no doubt witness one of the
largest gathering that ha ever assem
bled in Columbia ball, for the purpoHe
of hearing Hon. II. I. Barkley, of Wood-
burn on the political issues of the day. jour streets Saturday, County Suprin
Mr. Barkley with hi already thorough tendent of Schools Gibson, Messrs.
knowledge and study of politic for the Story, Strange, Gary, nnd Wnrd ; Misses
past sixteen yeari, will, in additmn en-
lighten his listener wi'lian account
a recent political experience in Wa-hing
ton, D. C. Thin gentlemen i second to '
none a an orator on the Pacific coast j '"r any season, but perhaps more gener
ated (hose who are fortunate enough to I ally neeued. when the languid exhausted
hear him will certainly consider it a i 'i''ng prevails, when the liver ia torpid
great treat. Other prominent speakers nd sluggish and the need of a tonic and
w ill follow. Come every one. Uemetn- j alterative is felt. A prompt use of this
ber Monday evening February 31 at 8 i medicino ban often averted long and per
o'chxk, Columbta ball. ! haps fatal bilious fever. No medicine
Cahii Pahtv. Several friends of Mr. ; will act more surely in counteracting
and Mr. Henry Hedge wore invited to an' feeing the system from the malarial
spend last Thursday evening at their j Poison. Headache, Indigestion. Consti
reaidence on Walnut Ave. Euchre was pation and Dirtiness vieUl lo Electric
the game of the evening and three table Bitters. 61c and 11.00 per bottle at
were tun continuously and gome fine
playing donn. About midnight an
elegant lunch was nerved and after some
time in couveranlion those present re
paired to their respective home:, U ex
pressing tlm iii selves as having been
most delightfully entertained. Some of
the invited guest were: Mr. and Mrs
Will Irvin, Mr. ami Mrs. Cuss U. Barlow,
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Birlow, Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Andiew. Mm. R. E. Irwin,
Mr. Sheppnrd andJay Green.
Litkkahy Sociktv Mkkts The re
gular meeting of the literary mid debut
ing society was held in Columbia hall
Friday evening and there was a very
flue attendance. This being election
night the follow inn otllcer were elected
to serve a term of four weeks : Presi
dent, J. E. Marks; yice-president, C. F.
Z.oigler; Becrotary, Mis Sheppard, treas
urer, Miss Ktlie Adama; janitor, C. M.
Hamshy ; sargeant at-arms, Will B. Tiill.
The debate for the next meeting was
selected, Resolved, "That Animals
Reason." The society is in a prosiwrous
condition and has our heartiest best
Cot NTY Tkaciikrb Mkkt. The teach
er of Clackamas county, some 35 in
number, met in Barlow Saturday and
bold their meeting in the school house.
A great number of the townspeople wore
in attendance and enjoyed the folks by
the different teachers, also the program
that had been arranged. Some local
talent was on the program and they all
acquitted themselves creditably, Miss
Viva Tull especially charming her
lintnors with, "My Love is a Sailor Lad"
Miss Tull is a favorite not only because
of her sweet voice, but of her pleasing
apiieurance and winning ways. This is
the third time tho associution has met
hero and we hope it may not be the lust.
Wll.li-Ml'I'iiNAI.II Ni imui.h. Our l!H
twniHil udihI fi-llnw fili.mi, Mr. Hi-nry
ti'iii : :. i . . i i. II'. Ii
y in, junior iiit'iiioiT oiiiiii jiuriun if 111 j
Mvrrlnintili' Co. mi'I Mm. ( i-lm Me
IidiiuIiI wiirfl innrrii'il in voiir city Tui-h-tiny
Jmiuary 2Hlli, only ri'lutiveii mul
..li.iut frii.nilM l.i.itnf unl TI.U KuliriV
' ...... . ' . , . .,
I'linii ii Ifu.k I Li ul ..riiiw.n truitiliir Iwirt-
I Imiil, tliiuico to ABlorin ulicru thuy will
ri-Hiili for nt leant a fi'W fiionlliH. We
wIbIi tin-in nil tlm liuiiimHn nml proH-
Ki-ki.iai. Hi iiddi. Mkktini.. In piimu-
mice lo u cull for n HH!tiul ncbool meet-
IK for Ibo jmrpDne of votinK a tax to
tuke tniu of inlert-iit on ncbool bon.li).
TliB mt-i'tiiiK huh faiil)' lL-priti:iileil by
our citiz- iik, mul wnaculluil lo order by
I'. H. Mulloy, cbairiiiun. After routine
biimnenii, tlm tax nun voted of a levy of
one ami one liulf mill to pay interent on
bomla for 'Wi nml create a inLin fund
Adjourned bin die.
... .. . . , . .
Mihh hflie Aduinn hpent Tueeday in
The Mi-nen Knil.t of Canby attended
tl,e mMilute Saturduy.
Atty. J. E. Marks vinited Oregon City
Monday on court btisineHH
II. L. Keen, hop-buyer for I. lice & Co.
w an in tow n one day taut week.
Dave Will and Mina Klora Will went
to Oregon City Tuesday morning.
Mm. W. P. Hawlvy and son of Oregon
City were viniiing in Barlow Thurnilay.
Hon. William liarlow waa in Salem
to interview Gov. Lord, one day thin
Uin. i.ieny ana wile ol Aurora
were trannucling busiiieKn iu Barlow
George Staver, formerly of the firm of
staver and Walker, Was aeen in town
one day lunt week.
Mrs. Celia McDonald came up on the
Salem lout Monday, ret inning to Ore
gon City Tuenday morning.
P. L. Coleman, once a teacher of thin
place b'Jt now of .Macksliurg, wa ai tend-
; ... , ,
ing the institute here Saturday,
Hnry F. Puney of Oregon City
j "I""' Sunday in town viniiing hi par
euts Mr. and Mr. Tlioma Pusey
Mr. and Mr. Cass U. Barlow left for
Astoria Wednesday, to be absent
several days, business calling Mr. Bar
Prominent among those seen upon
Porter, Momoe and lounger,
Electric Bitter is n medicine suited
Charman & Co's Drug Store.
A Simple Packet (4 to 7 doeee) el
Dr. Pierce's a.
To any one sending name and address to
us on a postal card.
OSCB USED THEY
ARB ALWAYS IN FAVOR.
Hence, our object in tending them out
, ON TRIAL a.
They abaolutely rare- Sick Headache, Bil
toasneas, Constipation, Coated Tongue, Poor
Appetite, Dyspepsia and kindred derange
ments of the Stomach, Liver and Bowels.
Don't accept some substitute said to b
" just as good."
The substitute costs the dealer less.
It costs you ABOUT the same.
HIS profit is in the "just as good."
WHERE IS YOURS?
Address for Free Sample,
World's Dispensary Medical Association,
A'A 663 Mala St, BUFFALO, X K
Ami you will each week we
hoiiio Ktatile, ami u.scful arti
cles marked at pricftB you
never bought the name at he
fore, lteriii'iiibcr theHe pric-H
holil good for juxt the one
week. Don't worry an to
whether money iH being lost
or made on them, hut granp
the opportunity and buy
while you have the chance.
WHBRB PRICES .
ARB AUWAYS RIGHT.
Can be prepared
with our self-raising
(Jriddle Cake Hour,
Flapjack pan cakes.
Steamed rolled wheat.
Tettyjohn'B breakfast food.
Maple sap syrup.
E. E. WILLIAMS, The grocer.
DO fOU FEEL BAD?
Does your back ache? Are vou
troubled with constipation? Does
your stomach refuse to digest your
food? Do vou have malaria? Doee
every step you take seem a burden?
Are you wakeful at night? Do you
feel the need of a stimulant? If so,
three doses of
Moore's Revealed Remedy
Will make you feel like a new person.
It contains no alcohol or spirit of
any kind, no quinine, no min
erals. For sale by your
BLUMAL'ER FRANK DRUG CO.,
WHOLESALE AGENTS, PORTLAND, OR.
And have 'our photos
taken at the gallery.
Third aud Morrison Sts.
Entrance on Morrison Street.
A. W. PHILLIPS,
Prompt attention to hauling to
any part of Oregon City.
Moving attended to promptly and
Special rates given on hauling to
and from Gladstone and Park
place. ...The Prairie Farmer...
Greatest of AH Farm Papers.
It presents each week all that is
worth knowing in current agricul
Each number contains more
solid reading matter than any
other agricultural paper, and
covers a broader field,
Subscription Prlce.Onepollar a Year.
It is the Paper for the People.
Sample ClntiDliis Offers for 1895-6:
The Prairib Farmer ) en, vm m TPI)r
I UUtU 1 UfUlU UUV J UUl
anu j., nc
Weekly IntkrOcean) WI $1.43.
The Prairie Farmkb ) nnh panpro nn
ChicaqoWeekly Times) 762? fOrjl.25.
The Prairie Farmer, Chicago.
CONTAGIOUS completely eradicat-
; ulcers yield to its healing powers. It re
, moves the poison and builds up (he system
ViiuAtaa uteth on ih 'liw irvt Id trmM vailed mew
iwif i bru.ii-u. lu juuau, be.
Steamer G. W. Shaver,
Will leave Portland, foot of
Washington Street, for Clatskanie
and way landings, Monday, Wed
nesday and Friday mornings at 6
o'clock, and return to Portland
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays
This the most direct and accessable
route to the Nehalem Vally only
nine miles from Clatskanie.
Shaver Transportation Co.
To the Public
DELIVER AT VOI R HOUSE:
The Gambrines Pilsner or
Bavarian Bottle Beer, per
Doz. Quarts at $1 50
California White Wine per gal 80
" Claret Wine per gal. 80
" Port Wine per gal. 1 50
" Cherry Wine per gal. 1 50
Best " Grape Brandy per gal. 4 00
lOyear old Whiskey, Nonpa
reil per gal 4 00
Our goods will be found the best
ever offered tothe public at the price.
Leave your order. We garrantee
our goods to give satisfaction or
will cherfully refund your money.
N. F. Zimmerman.
For Keg Beer leave your order.
Daily boats, except Sunday, leav
ing Oak street dock at 7 a. m., mak
ing regular landings at Vancouver,
Cascades, White Salmon, HoiW
River and all intermediate points.
Passenger and freight rates lower to
these points than by anv other line.
First class meals served for 25c.
This is the Great Scenic Route.
All tourist admit that the scenery
on the Middle Columbia is not ex
celled for beauty and grandeur in
the United States. Full informa
tion by addressing or calling on
J. N. HARXEY, Agent,
Tel. 914. Portland, Or.,
Office and wharf, foot of Oak St.
v for them
I pet them. Dlant
fth.Mii. Thv are thl
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