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Oregon City Enterprise.
SCHEDULES OF TIME
HOUTIIKttN I'ACINU RAILWAY.
Callfnrnla Kinrfim (throiiRh)
Hielmi lol (way uilima)
Kiwnlniri Local (war tallnm)
California KiproM (Uiruuili)
mw p, m.
Iff a. m
. p. ui
it K)iiTMip( ricirio naii.soad.
Mall oIimm iniiif North, (Op.m,
lllloliin nulliif Hu'llh,9 Mil. m. apt! a l p m.
Mi I dlal'iliuiixTfruin Knrih J mi p si Id H..m,
Mll dimilbuud Imiu Souili V lut hi , l.!p.ui.
sv bast mill Ei.nnmo uss.
Mall eluiM for Cortland and dialrlbuttng
diiIku, lynuou. alio in p. m,
Miclo.aa for MllwaiikM only, 1:41 a. m
. 4 45 p. in.
Mail .rrlvas from Portland, II 10 a. ax. aud
4 It p. m.
Or(uu City loKly. (tout. Mulliio,I,llralaii(l
Mnlalla loavoa at 11 at. ami arrtvaa at U m.
'Viraiim Oily l Haavor Croek. Mink, Clark.
Maailuw llriH.k.l'nlno Mllla, ami t.olKni
at I a. m. Monday, Wadiiaadaf and Kc.say,
ud raltiniaiin following davs al 4 I P. rri
lrri City to Viola, Un and Keilland
lavM Orraoii Clly M lay. Wwluaaday and
Friday al I.W p. a., leaving. Viola aaioa days
at 7 1 Win. s.
Orvgim City to Wlllamalta, HiafT.pr 1 and
Wllxni'llla, arrlvaaal lu.ava. ui. and isv at
Ovn.rl lulivury window ll njwn on iiuilay
from ID loll a, in. Ailiit'rd'iid mi" i
ba aim "or la pionipllr sa..l off Una la;,
aa iiu tiihar d ijra.
All Kmith mall that lldnlavad and I"
arrlvaou Ilia in., S. I'. lrln Mill 0ma oil li
'ol.ck lit 4 laa.Ofll'IO oar.
WI1XAMKTTK FAI.IJ H'Y.
( AM LI4VI
i ti) a. m.
il lf p. m.
I Ml "
l oj p, m.
9 t M
Holiday cra luava mmj hour tinill n'rlok
. m. lit a flaot on and -if JShiitv a, I an.
C. A. hll.l-bH. Mirr.
FRIDAY, JULY I0.I8W7.
roaTorrica (ioaaip. The four-year
tiTin for (lie holdora of aevernJ of the
more important poatotlli ea In rhu kainaa
County will almrtly expire. The Mai
iitlam olllin liaa Ix'im aettlud by the a
iKtlnlini'iit of K. M . Ilartnian, to aucceed
Darlon Jmk, whoae piuiiitimmt from
I'realili'iit Cleveland ha expired. Mr,
Jack goe out ol olfice with the beat of
fe.dlnga toward him I rum the patron of
the olllie. for hu hai been faithful and
courteou In the diachargo of bl dutiea.
Mr. llarlnian wa Mr. Jack'a predeceaior
and hu the knowledge and induairy to
make a good odU lal. For the preaent
at leaat, there will tie no change In the
Molalla and Nixvly ufflcea for each ofllce
la in very compuleut lmiul aal proven
by the iart that the patron are ao well
aatiafled that there are no applicant for
thuir plitce. In the Mackhurg ollico the
reaignatiou of Mr. Mangle Rlgg, the
preaent Incumhaiit hiupreoipited a lively
little content (or the poaillon with Cioo.
Bcrainllii, wtio repreaent tlio (tralght
reptililican faction and J. W. Smith,
who 1 backed principally by the popu
lit and democrat, a the aapiraut.
The term of ofllce of I'eter Hauahauer,
K)atmaier for Canby will expire in Sep
tomlier and already a lively conical i
boing made for the place, a this ofllce in
one of the bet paying olllce in the
county, oulHlde of Oregon City. The
candidate to tar mentioned are: J. F.
Ik-oe, an old loldier and a fruit grower of
that place, James Hodge, the well
known merchant, Win. Knight, i
(.inner anil former aherilTot Clackama
county and Henry Kvan, a well-known
young man of that plum. l'uHt mauler
RuRHell's term in the Onwego olllce will
expire thi month and to till the vacancy
the two leading candidate are George
W. l'roHHerand Mra. H. L. (till. Mr.
Gill i the wife of Kitltor Gill, of the
Iron Worker, while Mr. TroHimr ia the
pioneer merchant ol Ortwcgo and tva in
charge of the Onwego ollice for a long
number of yeara, muking one of the
, iiiont elllcient H)HtiiiAHter ever in tliat
ollice. In tlio Milwaukee, DriinruictiR,
Handy, Fugle. Croek ' and other olllce
north of the Clackama river there il
no tulk of a change of poHlmnMcr, the
preaent Incumbents either giving audi
aatiefuction or their turn expire at ao
dititant a date a to diHcournge would-ho
applicants. In the eighteen olfice in
tho middle section ol the county there i
no talk of any immediate change in
poHtinuHter. Already the candidate,
and thero are several of them, w ho look
upon tho Oregon City post ollice aa a
moHt dcvirablo billot, are getting their
iwlreg in ahape and are getting them con
nected with influential men ao that the
neccHxary pull can be exerted to bring
them within reach of the coveted prisw.
IWmitHter Green's term doe not expire
. until AugiiHt 0, 1808, and as ho ha made
an efficient ollicer and as a sound money
democrat supported the candidacy of
Mr. McKinloy no ei!brt will be mnde by
the reptililican to deprive him of hi
ofllce and he will bo allowed to serve
Fai.i.s Vikw Improvements. A a re
sult of the work of the resident of Fall
View headed by R. G. Fierce, A . .Bar
geant anil I. E. Lawrence, that beautiful
addition to Oregon City now has a fine
driveway connecting it with the city.
The new driveway leave Appergon
avenue some little diatance beyond the
head of Fifth street and wind np the
hill to Fall View on lens than a six per
cent grade and ia quite direct. It ia
svwnly graded and ita completion lvci
to the people ol Hint purl of the city a
ooiivimleiit and safe outlet as wiill im t
muka aMlll(lil(iil ilrlvtwy to ilnariiir
mnknrH, for from tliij top of 1'uila Vitiw
onrj of tlia inoiit liiinjnlOi ciit vlowi to lifl
hail In or nlioiit Oiakoii City, i to m
nnjoytiil liy tin iraon who Kxlrm Hiobo
lulty IidIkIiU. Tlmt tliU miw romlway
la oHiinl up witliont cont totlio city i t
crinllt to Hit iit4rirlHu of tlio rnMiilnnti
of Fall Vlnw, wlioillil moat of tli work,
IIioiikIi aomo lilHiral I'ontrlbiitloiia were
KlvnnbyO, O. T. William, utnl otlmr
riniii who hold proimrty in tlila adili
tion, and It li notlitir evldnncn of the
ui Id growth which Oregon City li 'mak
ing In all II mi.
Till 8i'IHITJAMMT'a CaMI'MKKTINO A
grand aplrituallat caininintlng baa hn
in aoNNlon for the laat (on dayi in their
beautiful park at New Kra, and aome of
the moat noted medium and hicturara of
the couutry have btien upon tliolr plat
form. The attendance by the gttneral
publlo liaa bn very good, but not what
it wa before the Chautauqua aaaembly
fiirniaheil a counter attraction. Next
Humlay at t o'clock p.m. Lillie-MilUr
Hmlth, the noted lecturer from Texaa
will apeak on "Reaaon and Religion."
A Lat Cam To Orkoow City. In
complianco with the many reipieata from
reaiduiit of Oregon City, the Kaat Hide
Railway company will until further
notice, run through to Oregon City, the
rar leaving 1'ortland at II MO p, in. The
evening achedule for through cara will
limn be aa followi: I.eav I'ortiand at
7 M ; 0 : W and 1 1 :40. The 8 :.T0 and 10 M
car witl go to Mllaaukee only.
Ikv Wamtko. An lndualrloua. wide
awake boy who waul to learn to be a
printer can aecure a jxwltlon in the
KNTitai'MiNi ortlce. A boy who unokes
cigarettoa or who haa not the ambition
to make aonivthing of blmnulf ia not
Teachers' Aoclatlon at Login.
The regular meeting ol the Clackamas
County Teacher' Aanociation for July
will lie held In the grange hall at Logan
on Saturday, the Slat. The committee
having that matter In band announce
that they will havu one of the best pro
gram ever carried out at an aaaociatiun
meeting. The reputation ol the people
of iiOgan and vicinity aa entertainer is
audi that no other assurance need lie
given a lo what the visiting teacher
can expect In the way ol the many goud
thing ucb a only the I ad tea of Ixgan
know bow to prepare. In addition to
teacher It is expected that all school
director and other who are intereated
in school work will' attend a there will
lie subject ol interest to all.
lielow la the program aa prepared by
the committee, W. W, Austin, Jennie
K. Roweu and llerllia M. Kuinner:
UM-nltig mug "Mount Vernon Ilells'
Verbal! i', I.. Coleman.
Recitation Nelta Urrber,
Authority of parents In rrgard to tlie
tie 1 1 re lo be puraued by tlirirown
pupil Clias. Ituilierford,
Duet Mr. ami Mra. A. J. Johnson.
Recitation Route Oldenburg.
1'atriollc Teaching Mrs. K. L. Clours
Kscultlv of the Mind and their onler
of drrplopiiieiit Fannie 0. Porter.
"lliograiitiy of 1'eatalnui". Mian K.Urackeu.
Iut Nelta Uerber and W. Heater,
He ware of Ointments fur Catarrh that
at mercury will surely destroy the sense
of smell and completely derange the
whole system when entering it through
the mucous surfaces. Such articlea
should never be used ' except on pre
scription from reputable physican. as
the dsmage they will do 1 ten fold to
the good you can possibly derive from
them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufac
tured by F. J. Cheney A Co., Toledo,
O., contain no mercury, and 1 taken
internally, acting directly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of the system.
In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be aura
you gut the genuine. It ia taken Inter
nally, and made in Toledo, Ohio, by F.
J. Cheney A Co. Testimonial free.
Sold by Druggist, price 75 cents pur
Hall's Family Fills are the best.
Notice 1 hereby given that the board
ol directors of school district No. G2 of
Clackama county Oregon, will receive
sealed bids at the homo of school clerk
on 7th street, up to the hour of 7 p. m .
July 22, 1807 for the sale and delivery of
80 cords of good, sound tlr wood, cut
from largo green, tanding treeH, thoro
ughly seasoned ; first class In every re-
pect, 00 cords of said wood to be
delivered at the Ilarclay school building
on Twelfth street, and 20 cords at the
Eastham school building on Seventh
street in Oregon City. The v. hulo of said
wood to be delivered on or before Sep
tember 1st, 1807. The board of directors
reserve the right to reject any orall bids.
By order of the Board of Directors.
S. M. McCowk, DlBtrict Clerk.
Vim, Vigor and Victory, these are the
characteristics of DeWitt's Little Early
Risers, the famous little P'lls for consti
pation, biliousness and all stomach' and
liver troubles. G, A. Harding.
For 8nle Cheap.
A horse, buggy and harness for sale at
a bargain. Horse i perfectly gentle and
sound and buiray is in good repair. Ad
dress postotlice box, No. 5, Milwaukee,
IOCKiiakt, TexA, Oct. 16, 1889
Messr. I'url Medicine Co.,
Dear Hlrs: Hhlp u a soon a possl
ble 2 groa drove' Tast4)les Chill Tonic
and will not have any other. In ou
experience of over yerrs In the drug
business, we have never sold any medi
cine which gives such universal satis
facslon. Yours resjtectfully,
J. H. Rhowni A Co.
For sale by 0. O. Huntley, druggist
John Urlllln, of Zanesvillo, U., says
"1 never liveil a day for thirty years
without suffering agony, until bos
wilt 'a Witch Hazel Bui ye cured my
piles." For piles and rectal troubles
ciita, bruises, sprains, ecxeim and al
skin troubles DeWltt's Witch Hazel
Halve Is uneqnaled. Geo. A. Harding,
Mve Your Grain.
Few realise that each squirrel destroy
$1.60 worth of grain annually. Wake
lee's Hqulrrel and Gopher Exterminator
Il the moat effective and economical pol
son known. Frice reduced to 30 cents.
For sale by 0. G. Huntley, G. A. Hard
ing and Charmao & Co.
Everything required In the school
room, books, slates, tablets, sponges,
Ink, pen, pencil, etc. at Daniel Wil
Harm, cornet Seventh and Center at reel,
Full stock of nuts, candles, notions etc.
fresh and of good quality. Bold at reas
Croup and whooping cough are child'
hood's terrors; but like pneumonia
bronchitis, and other throat and lung
troubles, can be quickly cured by using
One Minute Cough Cure. Geo. A. Hard-
It Is Greatly
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To consider the wisdom of thi
little bit of plain advice we are go
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ia aa little understood by the aver
age merchants as by the average
consumer. He may charge you 75
cents for a tea worth 25 cents and
still not make a large protit. He
buys his tea like the consumer,
from apsarances solely. 1 he fact
ia, the prettiest looking teas are
ariiiicisiiy eoloreu ami nave lean,
terra-alba and other natter added
lo Increase their weight. It's
small wonder so many ople pre
fer colfee and don't care for tea. A
pound of pure tea will make from
2()0 to 250 cup. It is therefore
not exwnsive. As it is the princi
pal beveraue of nearly three-quart
ers of the people of the earth it
must be considered wholesome
Our stock is a feature of our bus!
neis. We carry the largest stock
and greatest variety. We can
. make you all tea drinkers if you'll
give us a chance to find what suits
your laale, and you will never re
gret it. bauiplo cost you nothing,
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The following is the list of lotters re
maining in the postofllce at Oregon City,
Oregon, on July 14, 1897:
WON KM' IMT.
Davis, Maud Young, Martha
Johimou, Mra Annie
A'laina, Ren KnolW. W D
barren, John Mnn, C A
llmliop, J Mayer, A'lolpb
OoetlhriK, A Moody, T H
Oray.Chaa Pluriimer. W J
Moliiy, John Kail, Looil A
McmIk-, Win Thoinpioii, O.
Howell, V II Walker, Albert
Jenkins. KcJ Yom. K W
Jonas, Wiu J
If called for state when advertised.
H. It. (Jkkicx, P. M,
Hoi's ton Rxwr. A new, seven-room
cottage, bard finished, with pantry,
bath-room, wash and wood room will be
rented cheap' to ' the right person
Furnished if desired. Call at this office.
Doki With A Kmrx. Those fine,
juicy steaks and prime roasts to be ob
tained at Albright's meat market are all
done with a klnfe in the hand of an
ex pert cutter.
If you want to know anything about
Fire or Life Insurance or Building and
Loan Association, call on II. T. Sladen.
He has it st bis finger ends.
No stairs to climb to Sunset.
F. E. Donaldson, Agt.
rillHT CONGREGATIONAL CHt'RCH.-
Ker. J. w.Cowau faator. Herrlcei at 10 M a. m.
and 7:80 r. u. Similar bebool after moraine
aerrlca. Flayer meetluf I bu'flajr ereniDf at
7:suq.cioci. rrarer meti nt ol rount reotile'i
Society of Christian Endearor tmrj Sunday
FIRST BAPTIST CHtJrlCH.-RT. II L
Ktioo, Pastor Moraine Herrlce at 1 ): Similar
School al 11 15; Ereulur Herrlce 1:K; Reenlar
rarer meeting inuratlay erenlns- Monthly
Divcedlnc the Brat Sunday lo the month, i
orenani Mteunr ererr wencmuiay erenini
ooMlal In rluulon to all.
8T. JOHN'S CHURCH. CATHOLIC Rtv. A.
HiLLsaaiHD, ruM, On Hurnlar mul at S and
10 au a. M. Ererr tecond and fourth Sunday
Oerman termon after the S o'clock maae
At all other maaaea Koallab sermona. Bunder
iwniKii ai i m p. a. veapen, apoii(eticaJ
UDiecia ana Benediction at 1 Mt. at.
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHL'KCa.-R r
T. I. Jo e. paator. Mnrulna aerrlre at 10 IV
Sunday School at 10:UO. Claaa meetluf alter
morning terrlre, Krenlua aerrlce at 7 JO.
Kpaorth League meeting Sunday evening at
HU; Prayer Meeting Thursday evening at? JO.
atrangera cordially Inrlied.
riRHT PRESBYTERIAN CHCRCH.-BV. A
Uoiitgomcry. Pernor, serrirei at 11 a. n. and
7:30 r. u. Sabbath School at 10 a. at. Young
People Society of Chrlatlau Endeavor meets
ererr suuaay evening at eso. inuitaay
ereoing prayer meeting at ym. neaia iree.
EVANOT.UCAL CHURCH GERMAN Rev,
Eric, putor: J. It. Ehrst A.l-Uni,
Prvarhinr eerrlcee ererr Bunday at 11 A. M
and 7:Mi P. M. Sabbath school ererr Bundar at
10 A. M., M'. zi nmerinnu Bupk Prayer Meeting
every Thursday erenlug
GERMAN LUTHERAN ZIOVS CON-
gn-Kational church. Kv. K. Sack, pastor.
Service every Holiday at 11 A. M. Bunday
school at 10 A. M.
6T PAUL'S CHUECH-Enlsconal-W.
D. Williams, D. I)., minialer in chare.
Hni.ilay School at 10 a. m services at 11 a.
m. and 7 :V p. ni. Kriiiavs at 8 p. m . even
ing prayer meeting with an address. Seats
free. A cordial invitation to $11 the ser
Bread is the
Staff of Life,
That ia, if it ia good, wholesome
bread, if not, it is more dangerous
Bullets of tlieTurks
Since assuming control of the
' Harding bakery no effort has been
spared either in quality of flour
used, or skill in handling to make
Lindsey & Gibson's
The equal of the best known
made. His pastry cannot be
excelled. Tiyaloafoi wholewheat
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i Once in a While
Something we have sold doesn't wear a well as it ought to.
1'erhap it' a brush, a water boitle or a syringe. Of course s
druggist don't make these thing and very few are willing to
stand the loss of replacing thern when defective, but we do it
and cheerfully too. We want every one who spends a dollar at
our store to get hi money's worth more too if possible, and we
want you to kick If not satisfied.
We are trying to make our store the pleasantest and most
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Red Seal Sarsaparilla
li compounded and bottled in our own store, it contains the
choicest and purest ingredients and is put in bottles containing
one-fourth more than the usual dollar size. 1 ' IF
We sell it for 60 cents and will cheerfully pay back yonr
money if yon are not satisfied witn it. '
C. G. HUNTLEY,
Original Cut Rate Druggist.
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I HM GOING
To eet one of those . . .
FINE HAND MADE HARNESSES
. . . Before they are all eone.
I muBt have a set for they out wear any machine-made harness.
besides I can save from $3 to lb by
OREGON HARNESS COMPANY,
J. F. CAMPAU, Manager.
Opposite Court House Orecon City.
All kinds of repairing done
None better in the city. Makes a breakfast fit for
a king. Try a sample and be convinced,
Corner Main aud Fourteenth Sts.
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which thesamecharacters will appeal , although each will be complete in itself.
Anthoney Hope Bret Harte Robert Barr
Krfinlt R. Stockton Stanley Weymiin Clark Ruasell
will all have stories in McClvkk's for the coming year.
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