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lllrcn' It'Hil Iteer Kiirm t
IllnV Knot lleer Ciirliiiiiiili'il
Wrlulil'n III cent Knot lleer
i'liHlniiilit Lemon S y r 1 1 1 1
Wllil Cherry I'luiipliule
I.iuii' I' niil Juii n
I! I'., U'iiiumh, 1 1 io k n r .
Ir. While' lllr grower for aalr hy
h. i r nrimwiirlli,
Money to hum on U'xxl
ni'i'iinty liy A. H ireer.
1( )uu urn liniilili'il wllli ilmiiliuir, K'
to Kamiworlli, lie can ciirii you
A nplenilhl urailit ol mitnnier form In at
4H triito al tlif Kai-krl atnre.
Tim Kri'nti'Hl Imiiiitiiia t'Vrr oiri'ii"! In
millinery at al Mm ( inliUinitli'a.
('harman A Son will pay tlm lilln'l
market prio for putiiloeH, tlrleil (rulla,
r. W. Wallima U now axalnlnnt to lr.
J. V. Welch, ilehlinl, oixiili pout
I M'Wn' niwi cliililrpn'a auiiiiiiiT tiniler
wear (roin flvn ivtita up, at tli Itarknl
Tlm Novelty I'amly Factory
mf In K't purii lea treatn
utility l lerk !i.in liaa ir.rme.1 a li
iviim to it to Nora J. Hamlets aiel
Jennie. ('. I'oywr.
Kre all null on Kri.lny ami Satunlay of
each Ki'k at Pan William's head of
Seventh aliwl atfHi.
Shirt waint in all di-nik'na ami ir.
at llin Ha.kft atom. F.aih one ia
liaruain uf Itwlf. Come ami wo them.
Hlrawherriea with awwt ireaui ainl
tlm thol.enl rakra will I nerved in
hvaaoii at tlie Novelty Camly Factory for
I declare. Jorunhy Ann, if tlm !'''
V rout of (in-iron I'lty, Went elllng- lt
ouiuU l granulated auar for ft ami
Hour tow l 7' tt'iita a aai k !
IKj von lin k fallli ami love linaltli?
11 u twtal.ltoli your laitli and rcHlore
your health willi I'o "It hiattrlll.
V. J. Iluntli'y lrnKiat.
Ir. J. W. Weli'li, ilnlit, li tir
inovml llin ollu-n from tlm Courier Imilil
IUK to tlm Willmni-ttn Mix k oiKitii tlm
A ilolUr avl ia ruiml to two dollar
nrii'd. 1'iiy up your aiiliHcittion to tlm
Kntkhi hihk and jli-t Hm Hi l'in'lit of
tlm rodiii tion in prlrt.
T. J. CliTton, one of tlm liri'lit yoiinit
oratora of tlie elate, delivered an adilrena
ol remarkal.le merit at llillnhoro, Wuli
innton count v, n tlie Koiirtli.
"Wake up Jhi-oI), day In lireakinit!"
an uld le Witfa Little Karly Itinera to
tlie man who had taken tliem to Broime
liia aliiKuWi liver. ' C. (i. Huntley, drug
1'una tlie xood word aloiiK tlm line,
l'ilearaubo piiikly cured without an
operation hy aimplv applying I Witt
Witch Hael SuUe. U. ti. Huntley.
Sewing Mmhinea cheiii. Want
ewin ui..cliine? (let a itood one and
lay -'."; live yearn urantee; H down
$9 per month until paid. See Hellomy
A rtuwh ahout it.
J. K. lleleH, of tilth place, delivered
the oration at Mohtlla on the Fourth and
tlKJte prenent from here nay that it wua
niaHterlyaddreHM, well worthy ol an
old and experienced orator.
Hmall In Bine hut reat in remiltN. De
Witt'a Little Kurly HiBent act ntly hut
and coimtipation. Hmall pill, Biife pill,
beat pill. C. ti. Huntley, dru'iHt.
Miaaea Fmneun and Mary Galloway,
of Weiaer, Idaho, are viHitinu their un
cle, Hon. William (ialloway. and at
teiidinn the Chaiitauiua aHHemhly. Mian
Mary only rouently uradualed at the
Alonmoiith Normal achool.
It would be hard to convince a man
BiifforiiiK from hiliona colic that Iuhukhiiv
ia due to a microbe with an unpronouue
ablo name. Uit ono done of IK- Witt's
Colio A Cholera Cure will convince him
of Ita power to nfTord InHtant relief.
It kills pain. CO. Huntley, dnu,'nlt.
Morris Haiti has rosinnod his position
as postmaster at Harlow, and there Is a
little strife among tho applicants for the
place. Mrs. Shoppard and Mrs. A. 8.
lloattie are the rival candidates for the
position of postmaster at Harlow.
A Krcat slaughter sale of goods sliishtly
damaged by smoke will be on for the
next 15 days at K. E. Martin's cash
store in the old Methodist church on
Seventh street. Many of the mxxla not
in the least damaged, will be sold away
down telow cost.
I'ao OXIKN for your "nerves" also
for coiiiflis and cold. I'aiiipliliil fine,
Cliariiiiiu A Co., liMitfuUt-i, unni.
l or n ipilel uliice to hitch your horse
4wiiv from llin motor hue and a place lo
4"l a llmt dux job of reiairing or borne
"boeliiK cull on S. I1'. Scripture' hop on
Fifth Ml rent,
Pine blood mean itood health. I
Wilt' HurH.i im i 1 1 puilllea llin blood,
clue eruption, eixema, acroltila und
iIUi'iiri'i urUing from iiinmie blood. ('.
1. Huntley, driigKl"!.
Cbarimiii iV Hon luive a Nplemlid line
of Miilt of clothlriK of tlm luteal style,
and tlione deniring new anil f ir I'ccoru
lion I'ay, w ill lie allowed a 10 per cent
dincount oil tlm rcgulur price forcuKh.
IVriton who hvu a c.ii)ihiiig pell
everv iilnht, on uccount ol a tickling
eiintion In Hut Ihrout, n i u y overcome It
ul once by a done of (die Minute Cotitfli
(.'ore. (', li. Ilunlley, druguiat.
The Novelty Candy Factory' big
fountain I running aliiiwl day and night
and the ptoprictoi ate serving their
cimtiiiner with the llnenl icecieuiii Noda,
Arlic In, Williolt mineral water, root
beer and curbonuted oruiige cider.
F.dilor Filcli of the llerubl, paid over
the money Tuduy that nude him sole
proprietor of tlm gixxl will ami aiilnctip
lion lint of that 4tHr. llm ileal win
made a couple of week ago, but the
money waa not all paid over thai
clinched tlm bargain unlit this week.
When we roimider that the intenline
are about live time a large a the Ixxly,
we ran rcalite the inteiine tuHcring cv
Mriencd wlmn they become irillamed.
I Witt's Colic A ('holer Cure aulxluea
IhlUiiimullon at once and completely re
move the dilllciilty. C. li. Huntley,
Mer Huriueinier A Andreaeii antic
IplaUt an extraordinary amount of rain
during the coining seaou, and have
brought on the llnenl amortmeiit of um
brella ever displayed in Oregon City.
Never before baa such a elegant lino of
umWIluK, been on exhibition lu re, and
it doe the eve good to nee the exhibit.
We are anxious to do a little good In
till world and can think ol no plcanunter
or U-tler way to do it than by recom
mending Dim Minute Cough Cure as
a preventive on pneumonia, roimomption
and other seriomt lung troubles Ibut fol
low neglected colds. C. 1. Huntley,
W. N. (iodfrey, the newly elected cor
oner, ha purchased the building adjoin
ing Maple A Hodman's blacksmith
hop on llin corner of Main and Tenth
trret, and will occupy the same with
an undertaking entablishment. Ho will
carry a full line trf Collins and other
good imiullv kept in llmt clan under
Itrown, a wheelman from I'lnenix,
Ari .arrived in Oregon City hint Sat
urday on hi wheel. Ho rode Ihe di
tance from I'liu nix lo 1'ortt.ind. Ihrough
California, 2, 'AH) mile, and left I'lnenix
on April '.'7th. He is on a trip through
tho I'niled State, tnd expect to cover
LU.IHIO mile belors bis junket embt. He
left Tuesday morning for Tlm Ialle.
T. S. I.arence has aboul completed
tho woodwork connecteJ with the Im
provements on the front of the Oregon
City bank building. The window and
door frame of the building are made of
Oregon anh, and adds materially to the
appearance uf the building. The stone
work is being rvdiocsed, which will
give the solid old stone front t modern
Kli Hill, Lumber City, l'u., writes,
"I have been sutlering from piles for
twenty-five years and thought my case
incurablo. Pe Witt, a Witch Hu.nl Salve
w as recommended to mo as a pile cure,
so I bought a box and it performed a
H-rmanent euro." This ia only ono of
thousands of similar cases. F.czaum,
sores and skin diseases yield quickly
w lien it is used. C. i. Huntley, drug
Prof. J. li. Welherbe, physical in
structor st tho Btuto university, deliv
ered an interesting talk on muscular
Christianity at the Y. M. C. A. rooms
IhhI Sunday afternoon. Ho showed how
muscular development and spiritual
growth harmonized with each other.
Prof. Wetheibe conducted the cIshs in
physical development at the Chautau
qua Assembly last year, and is contin
uing the same cIshb this year.
F. T. Rogers, tho experienced barber
who has been located in the Knterpriso
block, will after the 15th of this month
he situated in the Hill A Cole block.
All whodesiro the services of a pains
taking toiiHorialist will receive unlimited
satisfaction If you will but patronize F.
T. Rogers in his splendidly fur
nished parlor in the Hill A Cole block.
All tho conveniences that care and labor
can procure shall he enjoyed by all who
visit Mr. Rogers.
Prof. Kdwin Morris came up from
Oregon City on the boat Wednesday
morning and ruturned in the afternoon
with supplies to fill out the Pacillc Col
lege exhibit at the Chautuuqua Assem
bly. Ho said be thought our college
headquarters would when arranged,
rank well with the othor college tents on
the grounds. The outlook is promising
for the largest crowd and the best time
ever had on the grounds. Newburg
Jamo iliickle, a well known sawmill
man and logger of HI. Helen, vl""'
(iliidHtoim park last Sunday.
Fiesh Fli.li r.u lc. ut Pun William'
store on llm corner of Sevenlh and Cen
ter slrnels, eveiy Tliurd.iy and Friduy.
Twenty (our kind ol lo'iscco, Hills,
Ircnh candies, clears, und fresh Iruits at
Pun William on the corner of Seventh
ami Center street.
When ill luted of tfroemio, flour, feed
or family wood, call on C. K. Nash, op
poMile Seyeiilli street stable. New, freb
good ut leiiHoiutble price. Free do-liverv.
Pi It L. It.ill, a grudii.ite of the Kei- j
lucky Peni'il College, and who ha prac
ticed' dentistry In Louiville, Kentucky,
for the p.mt live year, lui wcured the
rooois in the Courier building, formerly
occ iinled bv Pr Welch. He come
highly recommended, and Willi hi fam
ily will o. cniy one of the Cbilich dwel
ing on tlm hill.
Jiintic Schuobcl is gelling down to
business, and l making a record. Wed
iicmlKj afternoon ho performed hi mai
den marriage ceremony. Tlm fortunate
young couple were Norah J. Handera
undJi-Httie C. Poyser, bolli ol Oregon
City. Julice Scbuebel tied up the
knot dexlerouly and In an approved
way, and Mr. and Mr poyser started
out on their journey through lile rejoic
Superintendent Starkweather I mak
ing active preparations lor the Clacka
ma county Teacher' Institute, which
will he held at the KUiani achool
building beginning Auifimt 3rd, and
ending August Uth. Kx-Suprintendent
WeUell, of Portland. Prof. C. W.
Purclle, principal of the West Oregon
City achool, ef siip'trinlendttnt Gibson,
and I'rof. L. W. McAdam will conduct
the institute, and it is probable that su
printondent Irwin will be In attendance
Among the numerous is-rsons who
have been cured of rheumatism by
Chamberlain's Pain Halm, mention
should ho made of Mrs. F:mily Thorne,
of Toledo Wash., who says : "I have
never been able to procure any
medicine that would relieve me of rheu
matism like Chamberlain's Pain Halm.
1 have also used It for lame back with
great success. It is the ticst liniment I
have ever lined, and I take pleasure in
recommending it to my friends." For
ale by G. A. Harding.
I. P. Mar'.in has been elected by the
Itoard of directors as vice-principal ol
the Rarclay school in place ol P. M.
Wcddcll. who has been elected pitnei
pal Portland Woodstock school. Mirts
Gertrude Nefsger, who attended the
tale normal school at Monmouth last
year, was elected to fill the vacancy
in the Rarclay school, caused by Miss
Hattie Monroe accepting a position in
the Portland schools. The board of di
rectors have concluded to bom'the
school district for tl.0OO, in order lo
pay up existing indebtedness, whose
limit has expired.
At four o'clock Wednesday afternoon,
tho previously announced wedding cere
mony of Franklin T. Griffith, the rising
young attorney, and Miss F.tta Poh, the
popular daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. A.
Pope, occurred ut the latter' residence.
Tlie ceremony was performed by
Rev. S. W. Stryker, and was very im
pressive. Mrs. K. K. Williams played
the wedding march, Miss Florenco Mo
rev was maid of honor, jnd Pr. K. A.
Summer was best man. The bride
looked lovely in her wedding attire, and
tho maid of honor was tastily costumed
for this occasion. Tho I'opo residence,
which is pleasantly situated on tlie river
front, was tastily decorated, and re
freshments was served to the largo num
ber of invited guests. Mr. and Mrs.
Gritlith left on the overland train for
California on tho same evening, amid
the congratulations of numerous friends,
where they will remain for a fortnight.
The biido's parents are highly respected
pioneer residents of Oregon City, Mr.
Pope having been a prominent hardware
merchant in this city for niaiiy years,
while Mrs. Pope is a cultured lady and
an acknowledged society leader. The
groom is a member of the well known
law firm of O'Neill, Hedges, Thompson
A Grillith, and is also city prosecutor.
If strongth is what you want, you
should study whatcauses your weakness.
It is practically lack of food.
Hut you eat three meals a day, and all
you can eat at a time.
Yes, but do you digest it?
Food undigested, is not food. It is
It doson't create strength.
To digest your food take Shaker Diues
tive Cordial at meuls. After a while
you will digest your food without it.
Then you will get well, and strong and
Shaker Digestive Cordial cures indiges
tion and all its symptoms, such as nau
sea, headache, eructations, pain in stom
ach, giddiness, loss of appetite, etc. It
makes your food nourish you, and makes
you strong and fat and hearty.
Druggists sell it. Trial bottle 10 cents.
A large assortment of garden hose
just received at the hardware house of
Pope A Co.
The latest in visiting cards at the En
tkrpkisb Okfics. PriceB to suit you.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Lateit U.S. Gov't Report
Mrs. IOiiise C. Meserve, wile of j
Charles .Meserve, the publisher of the j
Kstkni-miiik, died iii Oregon City, Thurs
day morning. July Ul. The remains were
taken to Clstfkariie, Columbia county,
by slesmer Thumday evening for Inter
ment, that place la-ii'iif the residence of
her parenta, Mr, and Mrs W. If. Con
yers. The funeral cervices will be held
in llm Methodist church at Clatnksnie
this (Friday) afternoon. Mr. Meserve
and the Mi'si-s Coiiyers accompanied
the remains to Ibut place. Mrs. Mes-1
erve hit I Ireen in poor health for some-
thing over a year, and ban been grmbi-!
slU declining since the death of her
The writer has personally known Mrs.
M rve for the past eight years, and is
certain that she never had sn enemy
among a wide circle o' acipiainismes.
Him w generous, kind-hearted, and j
never upoke ill of anone, and was noted !
among her many friends, (or her gentle
and forgiving liaponitin. Again is the
truth ol the saying verified, "That the
good die young."
1'rnpoi.als lor wregmi tny m-no-ji iiontis
Sealed bids will lie received by the
Treasurer of Clackamas county at bis
ollice In the court house at Oregon City
Oreiion. ui to 2 l. M . on Saturday the
Nth day ol August, A. D., 13, for the
purchase ol lionds of Oregon City school '
district No of Clackamas comity,
Oregon, to the amount of six thousand
dollars in denominations of five hundred
dollars each daled July 1st, lS'.sl, bearing
interest at the rate ol six per cent per
annum, payable semi-annually on the
first day of July and January of each
yesr, and said bonds being payable
twenty years after date, or in conformity
with the provisions of the act of the
Oregon legislature, filed in the ollice of
the secretary of state Keb. 22nd, 1WI3.
Principal and interest payable in U.S.
gold coin at the ollice of the county
treasurer ol Clackamas county, or in
such place in the city and state of New
York as may be designated by the pur
chaser. All bids to be accompanied by
a certified check for iL'&O.Ot). Purchaser
to furniah blanks for the issue of said
bonds. The right is reserved to reject
any or all bids. Indorse envelopes "Propo
sals for the purchase of Oregon City school
bonds." For information in regard to
said district or bonds address Thos. F.
Uyan, school clerk, or the undersigned.
Dated July 13th, lK'i.
Cheap lotiid for Sale.
WO acres of land, nearly all level bot
easily cleared ; well watered ;
two fine mountai.i streams running
through it; line trout streams; would
make a fine stock ranch ; near public
road ; one mile and a fourth from Colton
post ollice and school house ; we have six
months school in each year; three miles
from saw mill; large range for stock;
can give good title. Price per acre f4.50.
For terms and further information call
at my place or address W. E Ronskv,
Colton post office, Clackamas Co., Ore.
Has the reputation of setting tho best
table in Oregon City. The cooking is
done under personal supervision of Mrs.
Gibbons, and the victuals are equal to
the best ha.l in private family. Rooms
and beds clean and comfortable. Give
the Eureka a trial. Meals and hedn 25
cents each, Special rates to regular
New York (iallery.
R. K Clavering, the well known ar
tist, has moved the New York gallery to
the building on the corner of Water and
Fifth streets, where the reputation of
this popular establishment will be sus
tained. Low rent enables Mr. Claver
ing to do the very best work at the low
est possible prices. Cabinet pictures at
1 per dozen.
Ruckle n's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Bores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped hands,
Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup
tions, and positively cures Piles or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to give
perfect satiefaction or money refunded.
For sale by Charman A Co., Charman
An Old Standby.
Clarence Torler is bo well-known in
Oregon City that he needs no further in
troduction 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
Fresh Fish received at D. W. William's
store on the corner of Seventh and Cen
ter streets, every Thursday aud Friday.
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SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY.
Express Trains leave Portland Daily
Hi r. h.
m r. a.
10 VA M.
S Kr.nclM-o Lr
8 10 A.M.
7 () r. .
Tlie alxrve train mop al Kt Portland,
Oreicon City, Wootllmrn, Halrm, Turner,
Marion, Jellerwm.A llisny, Altuny junction,
Tangent, Hlinliln, llalwy, llarrWIinrg, Junc
ilnu Cuv. Kiiir'ii. (,'reell, lirain, ami all
lationa from Kimehiirg to Aalilsrirl inrilusiv
IIX1NJ CARS ON OGPKN KOCTB.
Pullman Buffet Sleepers.
Second-Class Steeping Cars
Attached to all thronb Iraioa.
KOSKBL'KO MAIL IDalln.
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Meat Side UithIod.
BETWEEN FOKTLAND AND CORVALLI8.
Mall Train, Dally (Except gundav.l
12 15 r. a
At AUi.nr and Corralll. connect with trsias
ol Oregon Ceo Ml it E niem kailroad.
Excreaa Train DallT (Except Sunday)
4 4 .r.
I Lt Portland Ar 8:2! a.
I Ar McMlnnville Lt I 6:60 a.
TO ALL POINTS IS THE
EASTERN 8TATE3, CANADA AND EUROPE
Can be obtained at lowett rates Irom L B.
Moore. Agent. Oregon City.
E. P. ROGERS,
Aaa't O. F. and Pus. A cent.
are good for
headache, heartburn, sour sto
mach, belching biliousness,
torpid liver, drowsiness, lass
itude, foul taste in the mouth,
bad breath, constipation, indi
The formula by which they
are made is in use in the
greatest hospitals in the world
and is prescribed daily by nine
doctors out of ten. Three
times in five when a physician
is called he will write a pre
scription the items in which
will almost exactly correspond
with those of the Ripans Tab
Your druggist can supply
Ripans Tabules in little vials
for 15 cents or in a box con
taining six of tl?se vials for
50 cents. If he will not get
them for you, address, with
THE RIPANS CHEMICAL CO.,
10 Sphcci St., Sew Yobk.
Aachen A Munich Fire Insurance Company
ol Ail La Chsitelle, Germany, established
1S25, assets tU.000 0tO.
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established 1810, assets
Western Assurance Company of Toronto,
established 1851, assets Tl.(it-001.$0.
ANDREW G.MALSTEX, Agt.
Jaggar Building, opposite Court House.
Oregon City, Oregon.
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Freight and parcels delivered
to all parts of the city.
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