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Oregon City Enterprise.
Clackamas Co. Directory.
Oonloll K. II
Ihhi. F. Morton
K. i'. Ma.Moik
8. M. Knii'.oly
M. I.. M.Hw
J. r. Bra.lli'y
II. S liltioil
Putk of Coiirti,
V 'huol iiiiprrinlruitpnl,
l. W MIllialM
K. I- ll.imn
I KirtiKnl Meoit
FRIDAY. JANUARY 31. lSlHi.
SPRAY OF THE FALLS.
Smoke the Kormetue v'kat. SoM by
V.. K. William tint urooor.
C. O. T. Williams in now prepared to
nuke loans on ttiHxi farm property.
Money loaned on farms or business,
property. J. F. Clark otlioe over Oregon
Never salty, always fwt, Kaylor.s
Molalla hams. Sold by K. E. Williams
Clieney's art tallery, iluated on Main
treet near tlie court house, is now ready
for business. tf
A lot o( $2, 11.75, and M.oO hats out to
$1 ; also fine towels at halt price.
, Red Front Tradiim Company.
I.AHrs. New stock of all kinds nst
received. Fine hanging lamps for 2.25.
See Retlomv & Buscli.
J. W. Welch, dontiBt of the t'liii-ago
College of Dental Surgery, office in the
Courier bid. near dopot.
De Witt 'spittle Karly Risers for bilious
Mesa, indigestion, constipation. A email
fill, a prompt cure. For sale by C. G.
Isrios Wastki. By a middle
woman as housekeeper in a private
Jamilr. . Best of references given. AJ
dress "Housekeeper' Orville, Oregon.
Miss Beatrice Barlow, tlie child pian- j been holding a series of meetings and
ist of the state, will play a beautiful e- i left the same evening for Montana on
lection at the coivert given by the St. business connected with the Baptist
Cecilia Chorus on Fob 11, at Shively Y $.ate Mission.
She is a wonderful uinsLi.ni for a child j iieIlry Will, of the popular firm of
ofberaae. ' the Barlow-Will Mercantile Company,
Styiisli trimmed huts cut to l(X);o V. of Barlow, was in 0iron City Monday
caps cut to 2V. ; slightly soiled all wool niuht on his way to Astoria, where they
yarn 50e. : misses rubbers (heel) sizes will o.en a branch store. Mr. Will will
13. 1 and 2 for-. Ked Front Trading i have immediate charge of the new
. r.T7 77 .ii .i, W.Pierce Johnson, piesiJent of the
Mis Agnes Watt, of Portland, who, 1
. . , ,. ; ,i,Ji amatte Pulp & Pa(er Company,
las been heard several ttines in tins ...
.... , i . : ,i w;. ; an J L, Schwabacker, manager of the
citv, willl one of the soloists in the St " , , ,
. l- i ii k ;.. 'urown Paper Company, who have been
Cec ha concert on Feb. 11. She is a , ,
, . i .i i . f,r.tnron(! looking after their business interests in
graduate of the Huston Consenatory o( ; . "
. this city for several days, left Saturday
US1C- . 'evening for San Francisco on the over-
Karl's Clover Boot will purify yonr 1 ianj
blood, clear your complexion, regulate I ., . p E. Donaldson re-
yourbowelsand make your head clear 1
se a be!L 25c., 50e., and a dollar. For
ale by Geo. A. Harding.
Miss Lois Steen, one of the finest i
contraltos of Portland, will be heard for plea-sant trip, althnuuh there was con
the first time in this citv on F-b 11, siderable rain. They did not experience.',
at Shively's 0ra house. She has re-
ceived her musical education in Sun
Francisco and Portland.
Dr. L. L. Pickens, demist, does all
kinds cf dental work. Gold crowns,
porcelain crowns and bridge work a
specialty. AH operations guaranteed for
8 years. Call and get my prices. Office
fi Ba'ftay bnildine
If you need anything in the line ot
photographs, crayon, water color or
ptstel portraits, city views or picture
frames it will pay you to call at Cheney's
art gallery, situated near the court house
on Main street, Oregon City.
Mrs. Alexander Thomas, of Portland,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Pils
wry of this city, a graduate of the Bos
ton Conwrvatory of Music, will sing a
solo at Shively's opeia house on Tues
day, Feb 11, at the St. Cecilia concert.
Mrs. H. S. Strange received her
friends on Wednesday from three to
five at her home on Sixth and Jefferson
streets, at an "at home" given in honor
of her sister, Miss Birtha Day is, of Cor
vallis. A most delightful afternoon was
spent by the ladies present.
It you have a job of repairing that will
ot justify your letting it to a regular
contractor at contractor's prions, then
see 9v'tH, the repairer. He will do it in
first-class share and at reasonable
prices. Shop in Second Hand store
Miss Florence Moiey, of this city, will
assist in the grand concert to be given by
the St. Cecilia Chorus at Shively's Feb.
11. Miss Morey has studied with the
best teachers in San Francisco, Sew
York, Seattle and Portland, and has
been heard but a few times in public
since her return, hence a pleasant sur
prise tuay be looked for in her solo.
Next Sunday being "Endeavor Day,"
Union Young People's rallies will be
held at the Baptist and Methodist
churches at the usual hour of evening
service. Pastors Kugg and Cowan will
preside at the Methodist church, and
Pastors Montgomery and Htryker at the
Baptist church. A Union Endeavor
prayer meeting is also to be held at the
Baptist church at II p. m. and a Junior
meeting at 4:30 at the same place.
The U. S, Gov't Reports
show Royal Baking Powder
superior to all others.
Hiv. llonry Hiirkli, o( Wootlbiirn,
wiih in tlu city MoniUy.
Mr. U. A. Miller spent SiimUy with
tier piirctitH at Wiililo Will.
iJcorno 1 Vomit;, n attorney o( Tort
Ittiul. wti in tlu city on Wodiuvilay.
J.C. Unto, a well known furnior of
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r.. .enoiiioiu, oi .wwy, in"'
the Orcein Otv visitors in town Tues
F. II. Hoisor and Henry Trnse, two
woll known oititens of Damasotis, wore
in Oregon City Monday.
Mr. Kobort IVShaxer, of Dover, was
in Orvjron I'ity on Saturday and paid
this otlicc a pleasant call.
J. W. OVonnell returned Thursday
from a trip over the state. Ho reports
Oregon City the only live town he was
Mrs Ada Ti'o't, Mrs. Wa'ner, and
Miss Hattio Warner of Portland seiil
Sunday with the tamily of T. A. I'oe
of this city.
Frank Hutchins and John Hatton,
two bright members of ths Clackamas
Hatchery Detuning Society, were in the
Mr. 0. C. Mower, a bright young
attorney of Portland with F.mmoiia A
Emmons, was in Oregon City Thursday
on legal business.
Clif Mattoon.a former Oregou City boy,
but now of NestUi.ca, arrived in the city
Wednesday, aud will spend some time
visiting old friends.
Dr. W. B. Morse, professor in Will
amette Medical college and a leading
physician of Salem, was in Oregon
City Wednesday visiting friends.
Miss Nora Convert left Thursday for
Delena, Oregon to attend the marriage
0f Miss Fannie Meserve with Mr. Clar
en e Lounlilan of North Yamhill.
Kev. Oilman Parker returned home
list Friday from Astoria, where be had
guiiJay evering from a ,wo
ip tQ San nBeimi0t Tlley wen,
(Jown Qn lhe..Siasta Limited," anJ re-
turned by steamer. They report a very
any of the annoyance of sea-sickness
on the return trip, although about half
of the pissengers were affected. -
The following named pupils were on
the roll of honor for mouth ending Jan
uary 24, 181K5, district No. 7, Currins.
villc: Clayborne Williams, Nettie Cur
rin, Anna Harkenrider, Ida Harkens
rider, Kye Stone, Matilda Harkenrider,
Edward Currin and David Matthews.
The average enrollment was 39,'. Aver
age daily attendance 3.'!J. No. days at
tendance V32. No. days absence 120.
No. cases of tardiness 33. Time lost
A. I. HicKisKOTiiBH, Teacher.
The Football Veil.
I would like to correct a statement in
your Unt paer. It was stated that the
Eastham yell was Rickety Hoop! Rick
ety Hoop 1 The Barclay boys are in the
soup. But it is the Barclay's crow,
"crowing before the chickens are
hatched." Our yell is Rah I Rah ! Rah 1
Zip ! Boom I Bah 1 Eastham High School !
Rah I Rah ! Rah ! Our colors are white
and blue, and the boys are strong,
quick and well trained. Foot Ball.
Application will be made at the next
regular meeting of the city council for a
renewal of liceuse to sell spirituous
liquors in Oregon City at my present lo
cation on Man Street, between Fourth
and Fifth, for a period of six months,
TIIOS. CAMPBELL, Agent
Oregon City, Jan. 30, 1800.
An Old Standby.
Clarence Porter is go well-known in
Oregon City that he needs no further in
trodnction to those wanting blacksmith
work. His work always speaks for it
self and his prices are always reasonable.
Remember his shop is opposite Pope's
hardware store, corner Main and Fourth
5 Cents per pound will be paid for
nice clan white rags at this office.
Some wanted at once.
Mr. and Mis. L. F. Kollogg, residing
near the head of Seventh street were
delighted Thursday by the arrival of a
fine hoy at their home. Mother and
child doing fin".
The Rackf.t Storb. The best place
for bargains in Oregon City. Call
for what you want.
Hlfhect Honor World' Fair,
Oold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
Most Trrfect Made.
40 Years the Standard.
Oliiluury uf J. T. Hingllehl.
J. T. Wingtleld was Uirn Nov. l!',
1S07, in Hanover cmiiity, Virginia, Ho
was converted to (tod in his nineteenth
year, and joined the M. E. church.
While living in t'la. kainas comity he,
for convenient v sake, joined the Presby
terian church Then, when Rev. T. II.
Organ organised a class of the Weslevan
Methodism at Oregon City, he joined
In his "S'li year he was married and
became the father of nine children live
girls anJ four boys live of which, three
girls and two boys, frosted the death
river before him. Four children mourn
the los of their father.
In 1840 he emigiated to Oiegon and
settled iu Clackamas county, where he
resided until his death He was SM
years, 1 month and 'M days old when he
died. Beside the remaining children
he has a great many friends w ho mourn
II. K. Hoks'i in ( ii, Pastor.
A Piece of Her .Mind.
A hitly correspondent has I his to say
"I want to give a piece of my miiiil to
a certain class who olijoct to advertising,
when it cosrs them anything this wont
cost thrill a cent.
1 snlli n-d a living deallt for nearly
two yo.irs with h. udulits, b..ckache, in
pain standing or ..living, was being lit
er.tlly drag.'td out of existence, my mis
ery iiu reused by diuging
At last, in ilt-spair, I cuiiiintited the
sin uf trying an ad.'ertised mediciiio, l'r.
Pierre's Favorite lVeM-riptiou, and it re
stored me ' the blesstd of sinunl health,
I honor the physician who, when he
knows he can cure, has the moral cour
age lo advertise the lact.J
The medicine mentioned cures all the
delicate disenses peculiar li: females, as
"Female Wuukuc ss," peiiodical uins,
irreguUrilies, nervous prostration,
spasms, chorea or St. Vitus llnce,
sleeplessness, thre.iteued insanity.
To permanently cure constipntion,
biliousness, indigestion or dyspi-psia,
use Ur. Tierce 8 I'leasanl l'ellel.4. J ,
Mrs. vasius li. Barlow, late of
Stockton, Cal., has consented to sing at
the St. Cecilia Chorus grand concert at
tdiively's hall on Feb 11. Her vocal
instiuction has been received both iu
the F.ast and California, and years of
training have made her a finished musi
cian. HEART DISEASE, "k.
many, other allmenU when they
havo taken bold of the afslein,
never fjeta botwr of lta own accord, bnt
Constantly arowa trornn. There are
thouauua who know they bave a de furtive
heart, but will not admit the fact. Tbny
don't want their friends to worry, and
Don't know what to take for it, a
they bave beun told time and atraln that
heart disease was Incurable. Such wa the
case of Mr. Silas Farley of ryosrllle, Ohio
who writes June IB. 1HU4, as follows:
"X had heart dle.ast for Hit yearn,
my heart hurting me aimont conlinua'lj.
Tbe first 15 years I doctored all the time,
trying several physicians and remedies,
until mf last doctor told me It was only a
question of time as
I could not be cured.
I gradually grew
worse, very weak,
and completely dis
couraged, until I
lived, propped half
up In bud, because I
couldn't lie down
nor sit up. Think
ing my time had
come I told my fam
ily what I wanted
done when I wai
gone. But on the first day of March on
tbe recommendation of Mrs. Fannie Jonea,
of Anderson, Ind., I commenced taking
Dr. ttllea' Sew Cure for the Heart
and wonderful to tell, In ten days I was
working at light work and on March IB com
menced framing a barn, which la heavy
work, and I bav'nt lout a nay since. I am 6S
years old, ft. 4V4 Inches and weigh 2'jOlbs.
M believe I am fully cured, and
I am now only anxious that everyone shall
know of your wonderful remedies."
Dyesville, Ohio. Silas Fari.it,
Dr. Miles Heart Onre Is sold on a positive
JearunUte that the first bottle will benefit.
UdruKgiHUisnll itattL 8 bottles for IS or
It will be sunt, prenuld on reecipt of price
bj the Dr. Mlloa Modical Co., Elkhart, Ind.
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure
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nlttoora ( I io mrl iK I . .1 ii . w II m ml tlio
cone mm Inn! mis) in 1100 MHry t oin t lur to
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W AKNKK (iRAN'IK. No. 117. P. of II.
Mi-ol fourth KaAtinlay nf i-aeti niiuilh. al thalt
hall lu Ni'W K.ra.
Pavlil Mr Arlhur, M tatt-r
Mt. May Wahlrt ii. Sec j
Clai-kamaa chaptrr No. 1 K A M. Itasnlar
ConviK-atlou lltiril Hon. la) nf tlio month al 7 3-
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II. STRAN' K, Srr'r.
UKKIION I.OIUiK. No. .1. I. O. O. r.
Mena evury Thur.ay evrti...a al 7 ,:Uo'dork
r. M. Ill 1 1"' Oi(.l K.-llnw.' Mall. Mailt atrvrl.
Memhora of the (inter am lutltfl to atlrml
A. HKl'UKs, N. li.
Thin, Kyau, UtTretary.
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Mi-vla at Ililil I'vllow'i hall. llMtrl'i, every
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K.-cormr. W. tv.
COUKT UOHIN HOOD NO. KM) A. O. F. OF A
Mceti the 2'! ind 4th Frlilaya of each month
it K P liall sue P M.
I. K I.AWHENCIf, UlU. K. Wll.lllART.
Chief KaiiKer. HHConlliii Hoe
MEADE BEI.1KF COUPS, No. IS. DEPART
MENT OF OKEOON.
Mn. F. I.. Cochrane. Prcnlitent
Mr . T. W. l-outi, - Troamirer.
Mr-. C!oui-, - Secretary.
Meeta on II rat and th rd Tiieuliyi ol wteh
month In K. of I'. Hall. Member! of cirin
from ahroul, cnrdiiny woicumea.
WACHENO TKIHB, NO 13, KKDMKN,
Meets Tuesday evening it A, O. t'. W. Hail. Via
lung mt-mbera invited. A. Aaxua,
Ciiai. Kklly, C. of K.
CANBY U)DUE. NO M. I. O. 0. T.
Meet flrat and third Saturday evening of
each month at Knlght'a hall. Ciuby. Vltlting
memiitra aiwaya ina.ju we m
Ei.la Knioht. Sec. Oko. W, Knkiht. W, C.
WOODMEN OF THE WOULD.
ItlliailMHVC rP.li- i.ntt, ..... - -
4th Tties'lay nifrhti In cmh month In K. of Y.
hill. Vialtlng uelifhborH made welcome.
E. E. Martin, Clerk. J. I). Tavist.. C, C.
. 1.1.1 .... V.ll. mn Mn 1tU 0,ltl1
WILLAMETTE REBF.KAH DK.OKEE LODGE
wo. 2, l u. u. r.
Meeti the lecoud and fourth Krtdatr In each
mouth at 8 o'clock p. in. In I O. G. F. flail
Mrs .1. C. 1IKAUI.SY, N. O.
Mas. M. O. C'HAKiiAS.Sen.
COLUMBIA HOOK AND LADDER CO.
Mceta flrat Friday of each month at
Fountain engine hoiiae. ClIAa. Atiiky, Prea,
(j. H Piu-ow, Bec'y. Ciias. niTzxa, f 'rm
BL'NKIHE LOIWE, NO. IS. A. O. V. W ,
McctH every aeconrl and fourth Hiturilay olcach
month at Wllaoiivllle, Oreiron.
M. C. Vol; ml, M. W.
John Tyi.kr, Recorder.
pop the Boy;
WiMvill iliii'i in oiir sliow wiiiiluwM next wn-k it
lull line id' HOYS' I'l'-TO OA'I'K line nl a, llnys
watch our K.iotv wimliiwn next week you will sen
.oiiietliinU Unit will iiiiiku yotir lieiirtH nlml. Tlie
Imys liiive lieen nelecteil lieielnl'iili wt' sliull Nee
tlltlt they Hie lint neglecteil ill tlie fllltire.
1 Koop your oyo on MACK'S show windows
McKittrick, "The Shoe Man,"
NEXT DOOR TO OREGON CITY BANK.
t.rTN. B. This display of shoo? is for boys
(? MILLINERY! t-
i Lv.-.i on . i i ...iii
r ur lue iicai ittrtiiitn & niti nit i-1 ri i i n i ai t:oat tttiii nttittu
tliini,ij Ik-Iow cost, tit (jet in Mliiie fur niriug trinle, Cuiim curly
ti ml mrtirc the luiruiiiH.
Mrs. N. SK'iden,
Next door South Methodist Church,
Muiii Street, Orcuon City,
I "Tljei'e 1$ No place Lie Honje"
rl Hsjx'cially if you aro grwteil
With an apix'tizing talile,
j Whoso cooking in from groccrioH,
The (jualily of which is
j ( ItiaranU'ctl hy coming from
Tlio wi'll-known houso of
I MARR ft ROBERTSON, 3
E The Seventh
t Manufacturer's Prices
By having a hIioii of my own and inanufiictur
ing my own hIock of
Lounges, Couches, Upholstered
Chairs, and Mattresses.
I can Hell them at whoHalo pricenand yot make
a profit. I guarantee the work to bo firHtcIaHH.
Furniture Repairing done Promptly and
at Rennonable Prices.
J. J. MCGRHTH,
Opposite Postoffice, Oregon City. j
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