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Oregon City Enterprise.
Clackamas Co. Directory.
Clfrk of Court.
H wont or.
Brkool Ht'tporlntf u.li'iit.
Onion K. IWyse
Tall lor Warrants.
Notice is hereby given that the fol
lowing list of county warrants which
wore issued mora than seven years prior
to July 1, ISM, amt taken from tho
clerk' oll'uv, but not prenonted (or pay
ment, will be cancelled o( record pur
suant to law, if not presented for pay
uhi, F. Hrtii
K. l . Va.Mivlt.
M. L M.H.re
J.O. Brn.tlcy I inm-t within xixlvihtvii fmin Jnk- 1. lS'Wi.
Xo. ;!15r, John A. fouler for fcl, issued
II. S. utlwon
P. V Klnnair.l
H. U lloiman !
I Klohanl Swtt i
I Kruk Jaguar
FRIDAY, JULY 17, ISM.
SPRAY OF THE FALLS.
Oranges, lemons, bananas, straw
berries, dried fruits, vegetable etc.
E E. Wii i.iams, the Grocer.
Silk umbrellas for $1 at the Racket
Phosphates, all flavors at the Novelty
If you want a sewing machine for $'.''
(to to Bellomy & Hunch's.
The very latest style shirt waists
beautiful patterns at the Racket store
No broken collars or trayed cuffs come
Borne from the Willamette team
laundry. All work guaranteed.
Josenh Rice has removed his office
from the Willamette block to A. S.
I'resm'r' quarter over the Bank of Ore
Dr. Ball doe all kinds of dental work
hich lie guarantees to be first-class,
and at prices to suit the times. Office
in Courier building.
Karl's Clover Koot will purify your
blood, clear your complexion, regulate
your bowels and make your head clear
as a bell. 2Eh:..50c., an a dollar. For
.tie by Geo. A . Harding.
lr. L. L. Pickens, dentist, does all
kind of denial work. Gold crowns,
porcelain crowns and bridge work a
specialty. All operations guaranteed for
5 years. Call and get my prices. Office
ia Barclay building
The bargains at E. E. Martin' store
wiiiowy iasi 10 oays. nugs. 8llt5".v I Oregon City,
damaged by smoke, will be sold at half L ,. ,'
.......:- a ..lUofamilef.
yricr , mailings, miKimy uhuiukcu bi
lialf price, and good aiatting at two
thirds of the regular price.
8. M. Ramsby left four large Plymouth
Kock eggs about the size of goose eggs.
The aforesaid hen make a regular every
day business of laying eggs of this size,
and bids fair to continue her efforts in
this line for some time to come.
liorn, in this city to Mr. and Mrs, T.
Leonard Channan on the morcingof July
loth, a son, the first-born; weight eight
jpounds. Mother and son are prosperous
.and happy but the father is in serious
danger of sun stroke during this hot
July ", ISSti; No. :i:t."t, P. S. Noyer for
fcl, issued Nov. !, 18S8; No. 3N2, J. A.
Confer for t, issued IVc. 5, ISSSj No.
4045, I.ucien Geer for i, issued Feb. (i,
ISSsi; No. -Mid, Henry Kerns for K,
issued April 2, 18Sl; No. 4412, Jacob
Kerns for $5, issued May l, 18S',; No.
! 4(157, Jacob Kerns for , issued June 3,
18S;. G. F. Homos, Clerk,
By II. S. Stkanuk, Deputy.
Notice is hereby given that the annual
meeting of the stockholders of the Oie
gonCity Manufacturing Company will
he held at the office of 'he company in
Oregon City, Saturday July 11, lSlMi at
10 o'clock a. m. of said day for the pur
pose of electing directors of the corpora
tion to serve for the ensuing vear, and
for the transaction of snch other business
as may come before said meeting.
C. G. Jacohs, Secretaiy.
0 regon City June 10, Uiti,
Re-opened near the corner of Main
and Seventh street. Clean, bright, well
furnished dining room and private rooms
elegantly fitted up. Have one of the
most skillful cooks on the Coast. If
your meat order doe not please1 you, just
let me know. Best dinner- in the city
including a glass of wine for 25 cents,
11:30 to 4 p. m. Oysters served in
every style. Open day and night. Give
The Portland a trial.
L. RrcoNicH, Proprietor.
A Laboring flan's Home.
F'or a person, who desires to stop pay
ing rent and to raise their own tegetables
aud fruit, I have a splendid piece of land,
on6 acre on Abernathy road mostly im
proved, house, chicken yard, good well
and some fruit. One mile and half from
School house and church
le from place, three brick varda
and saw mill near by. Price $250, part
down, balance on time. Trade or work
in part pay. Inquire at place or address
G. W. Waldbon, Oregon City.
Cabbage of this year- growth, fresh
: and crisp, peas tl.at cook up tender and
juicy and vegetables of the season de
livered daily to all parts of the city from
Torn pk in Bro-t' gardens. Goosberries
in quantities for canning at very low
kirice. Leave orders with the delivery
wagon or by mail.
The handsome large scale maps of the
United States and of individual states,
Xix.d are seen frequent on the walls of li
cranes aim public onu-es vary in price
irbm $3.00 to 5 00 and upward. By
' special"' arrangement, involving large
rnmliers of these maps, the American
JIailway Gmde Co., loti Adams Street,
Chicago, is enabled to offer one of them
free with each new subscription to the
Kand McNiiltv Railway Guide.
Anv one who has ever had an attack
of inflaiiiiiiat try rheumatism will rejoice
with Mr. J. A. Stumm, 220 Boyle
Heights, Los Angeles, over his fortunate
icape from a sit-ge of that distressing
ailment Mr. fituunn is foreman of
lMerriam's cinfectionery establishment.
Home months ago, on leaving the heated
work room to run across the street on an
errand, h" was caught out in the rain.
The result was that when ready to go
tiome that niht he was unable to walk,
owing to inflammatory rheumatism. He
svas taken home, and on arrival was
placed in front of a good fire and thor
oughly rubbed with Chamberlain's
Pain Balm, During the evening and
night he was repeatedly bathed with
Best and Cheapest Insurance.
Save money on your insurance by call
ing on E. E. Martin, who represents the
only Mutual doing business in Oregon
City. You cannot afford to keep on
throwing your money into policies and
pay from 3 to 5 years premiums in ad
vance and then have the company ftfTl.
The Oregon Fire Relief association will
stand the closest investigation.
E, E. Martin, Agt.
Commercial Bank Block.
For Young .Men and Young Women
There is nothing that will arouse the
ire of a young man or woman so quick as
to have inferior laundry work put off on
them. They may dress ever so well,
but if their shirt front or shirt waist is
mussy their neat appearance is spoiled.
The Troy laundry makes a specialty of
ladies' and gentlemen's fine work.
There can be no better work than is
done at the Troy. Leave your orders at
Nollee to Contractors.
Notice is hereby given that the time
for receiving sealed bids for the con
struction of a school building at Wil
lamette Falls, (school district No. 105;,
will be extending until Saturday, July
10th, at 8 p. m.
By order of board of directors, July
7th. G. C. Ki.nnky, Clerk of District
"My three children are all subject to
cioup; I telegraphed to San Francisco,
got a half a dozen bottles of S. B. Cough
Cure. It is a perfect remedy. God bless
you for it. Yours, etc., J. If. Cro.ikh,
Grants Pass, Or." For sale by C G.
Notice to Pleasure Seekers.
Persons wishing to go to some quiet
pleasure resort should always prepare
for the trip and in trying to think of the
Miss Josephine Clark, of Spokane,
is visiting her cousin, Mis Ktta Poie.
Mrs. K. L. Ruber, of t'orvallis, was
visiting relative in this city during the
Mrs. W. II. Pearl, of Albany, is spend
ing a week with her sister, Mrs. R. D
Mrf. J. Yegeliu and family are spend
ing a couple of weeks with friends at
Mrs. J. T. Barton, of Junction City,
i in the city the guest ofex-Couutv
Treasurer M. L, Moore.
Charles l.ogus, of East Portland, was
in the city Wednesday looking after his
Mis .May Kelly left Thursday for a
visit of attout a mouth with relatives and
old friend in California.
Miss Maud Upton ot Portland, is the
guest of Mrs. C. D. Latourette during
the Chautauqua assemblv.
Mr. A. W. Cheney, wile and nurse
left Tuesday night for Seaview, where
they will remain for several weeks.
President P, I.. Campbell of tho Stale 1
Noimal school at Moinmoth, tamo down
I Tuesday, and ia attending the Chautau
James Frit of iVt-atur, III., accom
panied by his wife and sister-in-law, is!
visiting his uncle, August Mauta of
Mrs R. L. Holman of this city has re
ceived the sad intelligence that her sis
ter, Miss Alice llixou died at Seattle
Misses Genevieve and Helen Griffith
of Salem, are visiting their sister, Mr.
R. A. Miller, and attending the Chau
Mis Addie Clark one of tUj teacher
in the West Oregon City school, -who is
staying at her home in Polk county.
during the vacation, spent the Fourth of
July and the first days of the Chautau
qua in Oregon City.
G. M. Irwin, state suprintendent of
public instruction, was attending the
Chautauqua assembly this week and is
making great prearation for district
teacher institute to be held at Newport
at an early date.
W. E. Yates, the newly elected pros
ecuting attorney of the second district,
passed through Oregon City Sunday even
ing on his way home at t'orvallis. Mr.
Y'ates enjoy the distinction of having
been elected on the republican ticket by
majority of 5u0.
Rev. Gilman Parker left Friday for
Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where he is at
tending the international convention of
the Young People Baptist Union. There
is a large ga henng from the United
States and Canada. Rev. Parker is the
only delegate Iroin Oregon.
The Misses Elizabeth and Agusta An
derson of Santa Clara Cal., who have
been visiting the family of H. L. Kelly
for the past week, returned home Thurs
day. They are the daughters of A. P.
Anderson who was the rector of St.
Pauls parish in this city about eleven
S. M. Ramsby ex-county recorder ami
chairman of the county central com
mittee, accompanied by his family, lelt
Saturday for ti is Molalla farm, where
they have taken up their residence.
After harvest is over Mr. Ramsby will
return to Oregon City and whoop up the
campaign for McKinley and Hobart.
Capt. J. T. Aperon, president of the
board of regents of the State Agricul
tural college, attended a committee meet
ing ot the board in Salem, Tuesday,
President Apperson. Govenor Lord and
Benton Killin were appointed a com
mittee to recommend a suitable person
for president to succeed President J . M.
BIoms. It is learned that two of the com
mittee favored II. B. Miller for that posi
tion, while Capt. Apperson desires to
offer the position to President Bloss.
Klamath Fall advice report that m'o
plo there experienced an unusual elec
trical storm on Sunday afternoon, Eve
witnesses say that a vivid streak of light
ning whs followed b.v a single, peal of
thunder that awakened the echoes of old
l.inkville anil made the inhabitant be
lieve they had Ihm'H transposed to a
prairie slate. The lightning took hold ol
the elect lie light wires god at several
places in tow n penpluexperieiii-ed shock.
, P. mxli'iM-k, the blacksmith, was
sitting at his home reading about the
political fortunes and misfortunes of
Senator T.'ller w hen he was xtiikcn and
was unconscious lor a time. Ilia wife
was also shocked but not seriously.
Numerous other less marked cases were
reported hut no serious damage other
than the burning out of a uumlor of the
electrical lamps occurred.
Free insurance blotters
F. E. Dona i nsnx. i
W. J. Evans, of Beaver Creek, wiitea
the following concerning the recent burn
ing of his shingle mill "The mill wasj
burned down with all the contents ex-1
cept the shingle machines and the en- j
gilie. I S,iH timl-clasa shingles, almut I
20,0 K) shingle Wilts, with all tools, hells !
and shafting ami p.irt of a set of carpen-'
ter tools, Went up in the Maine. The
fire started from the woods, which threw !
sparks on the building, c.iusing it to
nite. I was at lUe Oregon City ho"
taking my sick boy homo and the hired
man was in Oregon fily with shingles
at the time the mill was burned. My
loss a $:M0, with no insurance."
Our scial oll'ee sale will mean a sav
ing of no less than 25 cents on each dol
lar. We mean what we sav.
MissC. Gol.hSMiTH, The Milliner.
While in Stockton, Cal., some time
ago, llio. r. Langan, of Los Hanns.that
state, was taken verv severely with
cramps and diarrhoea. He chanced to
meet Mr. C. M. Carter, who wa sim
ilarly alllicted. Ho say: "I told him of
Chamlerlaiir Colic, Cholera and Di
arrhoea Remedy, and we went to the
Holden Drug store ami procured a Uitlle
of it. It gave Mr. Carter prompt relief
and I can vouch for its having cured
me." For sale by ti. A. Harding, drug
gist. Best insui auce companies
F. E. IKinai.iisov.
sr. I'At'l.'s rill urn - K -
Itii'lntnl uvr .'I, lU'i'lur. Hum,' . hi II a. hi, a nl
s p. in. Smut -y kfii' hi hi 111 it, in,
rittsr roNuittMt uiiinai, riirnrit.-
lii'v. J. W Ciiivali l'I.T Hervii'i'a si U Ml a. M
ml 7 .'SI r M Hnn. lay Helmut utter inuriiltia
aervlee. Player ineeilii Wetlnemla) meiim n
7 Slii.eliH'k I'raver nieetlliii et YnmiM l-ei'ior'a
rioclety nf ritrf'iuu kinteavnr vwty Hmntny
tvriiniK at rt ;Hi tmuiit.
Kills I' II A I- 111 1 (III Kl'll -II ay M I..
Iti iiii, I'aaler Mnriiln Hervlev al II Similar
Helmut ai Ul:., tvi-iilim Servlee 1 Ml, lleaulur
traer nieeiltin Wetnela evening. Mmiililjr
('meiialil Meelllttf every Wntlieailay evening
(iriH-eilliiK Hie Krai Mini, lay hi llio lliulllll. A
enMUl lit vlt mi l.m In all.
ST IOIIN H l lll'UCII I A I Mill. II' - Itsv. A
III i.i.kuh a la l. I'a. ur mi sun, la) luaiaal ami
III .hi a. H Kvery eeuml ami (, until Hun, lay
Herman aerimiii alier llio n uel.H'k tnaaa
At all ullier maaaea KiikIUIi eriiiniia. Miimlav
School al I Mi r Vetera, a,,'ollral
atHMccia ami llene.llelloli al 7 M t
MKI'llnlilsr M-HruI'VI, nil lu ll - Kit
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Kpwnrih l.eaauv meeiiii Hiimlay evening al
il .Hi. Trayer Meeting I hut., lay evening at 7 au
alrangera enntlaltv Invlieil.
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7 .w r a. Haliliaih Helmut al 10 t. m. Young
t'eoile a Soeu I) ol t'lirlailan Kmtearor meeia
every sutnlay evening al SHI Weitneailay
oveullig ,raer meeting al 7 Ml, Heala Ires.
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tial. A paiHT for clergymen, si liol
ais, teachers, Imaine men and
families, It iliscuaain every
topic of llio day inlig-
political, literal)', sis'ial,
arlistlc ami ai leiitilli', I la run-
lillnitnil articles ate by the iiioal
Miiiueiit writeisnl llio English language.
It employs speriallin and ilialin
giiiahiid w liters as editor of Its I'viKsn
us a Dki-imiuknib
A paHr pailii iiliii ly lilted for lawyers,
doctors, clergymen, llluan eligilgtul
bualliess, young hhiii of butii at-xes
men and women who read and think for
A paper casriallv valuable for Ihoati
Interested in Iimk Amis, Si ikni k, Mi an ,
A pitH-r giving valuable ii.fnriiiatiiiii
llKIl I'INIMK, I. in. Inkinimk, t'ov.
A paper lor Si shav Si iidui Whnkshs,
tlioae who havti a Famh. GiaiuN or
IIoisk Pi.rs. A paper lor the lamily,
old and young.
A W I'llll llla
joiiv mon rin wnitv
Phillips & Montgomery,
this liniment, and by morning was re. lttle 1 "n8 o carry along,
lieved of all rheumatic pains
4l1tpu Bripi'll ntfviunro in ..ratcin.
Chamberlain s Pain Balm, and always!"1'"
deeps a bottie of it in the house. For!
Bale by G. A. Harding, druggist.
they should remember that a neat In
cut and a nice shave is the principal
Ask Rogers about it.
Highest Honors World's Fair,
Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
Most Perfect Made.
40 Years the Standard,
Buy A Home.
I have a house and 4 lots for sale only
5 blocks from Main street, a good well
with pump in wash room, 25 young fruit
trees that will soon be bearing. Will
sell cheap, part down, balance on easy
payment if desired.
S. F. Sckiitubk.
by stopping that cough. We know of no
better remedy for coughs and colds than
the 8. B. Cough Cure. For sale by C
G. Huntley, druggist.
To occupy the Seventh street pharmacy
building fine location and good trade
assured. Rent reasonable. Address D.
Williams, Oregon City.
To occupy a shop. One of the best lo
cations in Oregon City. Call on D. Wil
liams, Seventh street.
Heaver Creek Notes.
Bkaveh C'kkkk, Or., July 13. Kvery
thing dry. A good shower would be
appreciated. Most farmers are busy
"making hay while the sun shines."
Some of the Beaver Cruekitea took in
the Chautauqua on Grange day and had
a very enjoyable time.
Wm. Heerdt, of Tillamook county,
will teach the Beaver Creek school dur
ing the ensuing winter.
Allan Kd wards and family who have
been occupying the house belonging to
Owen Hughes, moved to the David
Jones farm recently.
The young men of Beaver Creek organ
ized a "bee" one day last week and cut
the fern out of Miles Kowen's oatfiulds.
Mr. Kowen has been sick for a long time
and the boys' work was very acceptable.
Miss Jennie K. Kowen has obtained
the principalship t the Harmony school
J. I'. Henner, tho successful house
mover, recently succeeded in tierform
inga dillicull feat by removing the big
West Side school building to a new
foundation. He succeeding in removing
the big frame building without in the
least cracking the pl.istering, or other
wise damaging the building in tho least.
Mr. Keiiuer makes a specially of house
moying as well as other kinds of work,
and he makes an absolute guarantee of
his work. If you desire to have a build
ing moved call on Mr Henner for par
ticulars. We are dumb during this sieclal oirrr
sale, our prices do the talking.
Miss C. (ioi.iiMiiTii, The Milliner.
A new postollict! has been established
at Burghanlt'a mill called Barton, about
half way between Damascus and Kagle
Creek with K. II. Burghardtas postmaster.
A store building 24x50 is being erected
and by the middle ol this month Mr.
Ilurghardtand I.. C. Metrger a partners,
expert to have their business in running
order, Mr. Melzgcr taking this part of
Largest insurance business
F. K. Donaldson.
Chief Justice Bean of the Oregon su
preme court, 011 Monday tith, lelin
(pushed the title. Justice Mooru is now
chief justice of the supreme court, and
will hold that title for two years, when,
by virtue 01 the biennial rotation estalr
lished, Associate Justice Wolverton will
become chief justice.
Reliable (ire insurance
F. K. Donaldson.
W. E. Milem was arrested tor the lar
t:eny of a boat from the Clarkson-Mc-
Irwin Boom ?ompiiny and arraigned be
fore Justice Sehuebel last Monday. The
trial was Bet for July 21th and Milem
gave bonds for his appearand on that
Every summer hat must go at our
special oiler Halo.
Miss C. Goldsmith, Tho Milliner.
Last Monday Sberiir (j. W. (irace
took Frank C. Simmons U the insane
asylum at Salem, ho having been pro
nounced insane by the county judge
after due examination.
Prompt attention to (milling
any jmrt nf Orem City.
Moving; iittemli'il to promptly ami
SjK'cinl rates given mi hauling to
ami from (Jlml-done and Turk
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A. T. Plowman of Itedland. left some
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office, but as neither the editor or re
porter were in, the variety of the grain
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THE CREAT DIVIDE. Denver. Colo
SleaiiKTU. W. Shaver,
Commencing Aoril 1(1, bisl, mil h-K ve
Portland fo-it of Washlmttou street Toes
dav, Thursday and Sunday evening at
fi o'clock lieturniug, leave Clatskailin
Monday, Wcdnesilay and Friday even
ings al fi o'clock. Will pass Oak Point
alsmt 7; Stella 7:11; Mayger 7:25;
KainlerHiLtl; Kalama II ;l,'i ; St. Helena
10;.'Ill. Arrive in Portland I a, in.
This i the nearest and most direct
route to the great Nelialim vallev.
Shaver Transportation Co.
Estrayed or stolen, one bay horse with
small star in forehead, long mane and
trimmed square in front, has cork shoes
on front feet, weight 800 pounds, about 8
years old, pretty looking pony and car
ries head high. F'inder will receive
liberal reward. C. O. Hoffman, Needy,
Oregon, July 1, 18IM5.
Price's flavoring extracts are the
strongest and purest. Book of "Delicious
E. E, Williams, the grocer.
Ten big insurance companies
F. E. Donaldson.
Horn in this city to Mr. and Mrs, Will
Roake, on July 8th, a son. The parents
were too much elated over the event to
give the weight of the new born hoir.
Insurance that insures
F. E. Donaldson.
Ask lor Dairy Creek butter and you
will get the best.
E. E. Williams, the Grocer.
The U. S. Oov't Reports
show Royal Baking Powder
superior to all otban.
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