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Oregon City Enterprise.
SCHEDULES OF TIME
NotrriiKu.N rAcmo kaii,way.
California Kaiirnna (lliroiidli) a mi a. m,
HunhiiiK (way alalliina) V.iiu i. ui.
KutKliiiri I.nral (wux milinia) ti'Sliin
('ullluruU KprM (tliroiilij 8. up. m
a v oot'Tii b n m rririo kaii.mciam.
Mall olnaoa North, g:Oflp.ln.
Mall nloaoa khIiiii aunili.V Ola. m and W p in.
Ma i illalnliuieil from Nurili 7 Ml i III.. IU It .ii.
Mall UiaiilbnUil from hniiUi tl lua in , IMup. In.
r liirt aim m.rfio lis.
Mall riaoa lur I'orlinnl ai.d dii'rll.utli
lnta, H iiihmi, ami 4 ill , in,
Mul ulo.aa lur Milwaiiav uuljf, K 45 a. m
4 4t u. ui.
Mail nlvi Inim Pmllaiiil, II 80 a. ru. and
4. It p. m.
Orrim City to Kl, (.'arm. Mullim, Liberal anil
McilalU Ivavaa al li in. ami arrlvoa al VI in.
HirKiili Mr to Heaver C.riH'k, Mink, Clark.
Mrailuw llriHik, I'nlou Mllla, ami t niton. Inavna
at t a. in, Mnmlari Wailiwadajr ami Friday,
ml return on lollnMflug ilava al i lift n. in
Drraiiii City to Viola, lin ami Holland
It-.tra (drg.in City Mnmlay, Wriliiraday ami
Friday at I. ml ). m., leaving Viola aame dayi
at 7. uua. m.
Ori'vnii Cily In Willamette, Hia(T,.rl and
Wll.uiivli.e, errlvuaal lu.aua. in. end ivav. at
ll.au a. in, oi. y.
U, in r.'l iUliiraiy mil"W ii opiii on Mimiar
from lUlu II a. in. A-l l'l r 'l"'l t"'' nil'li
b"iaiin "' nr It noufily t off Bun la,
at ,iu ntnar d y.
i fcxii iii mall that laddered an I lollito
arm. o.. II Ml a. in., a. I'. Ulu will c-mn on 'i
oil" a or i Iftt ectiio car.
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uarmaioii aaiima v.ii.urrra tki.x
t Mi am. a. m.
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p ni. I n i Hurt on and I.-i Jann r &. I"'A
U. A MI.I KK.M IT.
FK1DAY, OCTOIUIU 2:'. IHH7.
li. .......... II. i, !'...',' Tin.
l ll iv l t.r.nia i i ii. i, " .- . j
lirlnlil, balmy liny o(lant wk wre not j
only uri'iilly iMijoyml by every one but I hey
alao mlniutilalifil x olu to tuke a fare
well etrull Into tho country Mr the
rain iim.lo tlin romla Iimi nimbly fur
ii-aannt rii;ii. Aireilatum li" diet
1'. K. Morey ami F. T. (itilllth aeeiireil
a riti Mini iliove out into U Timlitiiii
anil I'lcaaaiit Hill lotintry. Mr. Mort)
cxri'arl iurirlM ui Uio vant f tn-nl
mi rii linrm olllio (iirm lml ul llmt
.orllon of our county. He 1
lrlm'il at lliv nutiitur o( ili'Knl Urm
nailcntM enrounU'rtoJ, atirfotimlml by
npt, wi-ll ki'it fat iii4, uliowinu ovury
ivliUnci of thrift ami iroaHrUy. Tbf
Mail litmlinu out to thin iroaiiroii ail
of our lounty ii Juat now IicIiik itil in
jimxl comlitlon umliir tlie tlirwtion of
tlin c.uiiiy court. Tlie Portlawl ti'tii'rl
Kli-cirii! Coiiiiany arc to licar half the
4-xHMia ol Kru'lhiK and imttiiiK crtnlivl
rork on thla roail to Williiinrtllo Fallri,
llmcuiitrHi t liavinx aln-aily Iktii lot to
hmytli A llowniil. H h to Ifiirn aoino
tliiiin of iIih vultio of tin country tribti
lury to thin nud Hint li d Mr. Mon-y to
tukn lliia trip h h winlu-d to know
wlii'tlicr I lilx i oiul would jimtify tlin l.rn
fXx'tii- that ilH I'ljiiHtrili'tloli ontuilitd
liK)ii l lin ctmiity and hi comiany.
Next "iiiinu IIih county couriBxHTt to
build Iho road out to Sttilford. Wl.cn
tin mail I completed the n-idciilM of
that Kci tioii can rvarli Oihmh (My by
travcliim cUht inilca Ii-h than Ihov now
huvu to travel in order to reach Port
land. The completion ol thia road will
Hive our city the henetlt of all that trade,
the realer part of which now (?oe to the
iiiolropolin on account of the condition
of the roitd lcudinu l.ero ilurliiK the
winter. Ifthonuwho whino n I in ut the
oxpiiidiluio of money fur ood road
would only w iiIhiUi, Ih.w much Imppior
they aoiild bo, and if thonn who aulk
mid ".rumble would only joinihe miijority
and become merry worker how much
better it would he lor all coiiieined.
I'linuii Dkdication. The neat and
uominodioua church edifice of the tier
man Lutheran denomination on the
corner of I'.itfhtli and J. ( Adiiina street
is rapidly nearing completion and it i ex
6cld now that that tho dedicatory aer
vice will he held Sunday, Novenili.tr 14,
w hen a number of tho leadin preacher
of thia denomination on the uoaat will
be pienunt and deliver addreimcH, anions
them beiiiK Kev. A. Krauc,of 1'ortland,
Kev. J. F. DoDHcher, of Tacoina, Hev.
lhMichler, ol 1'oiuiiHtilur ami Kev. 11.
Wittrock, of lteaver Creek. Tho ser
vices in the mormon will be conducted
In Herman and in the afternoon In Kntf
liali. On tho 3lHt hint., a week fioin
next Sunday, the pastor, Uev. Mack
w III conduct nK!ciul services in Shively'a
ball known as the "Hofortnation Feati
val" in commemoration of the ben'miiing
of the reformation in German, when
Luther nailed on the church door at
Wiltenhui'd, Germany, tho ninety-five
theses nKiiiiiHt the eulo of indulgences
granted by tho Catholic church. These
Biirvict'S will bo conducted in Gorman at
11 a. in and probably in KntflMi in tho
Tim Kivkr. Owing to Homo needed
repairs to her boiler valve, the steamer
llamono remained at Salem Monday but
resumed her tri-weekly trips to Portland
Tuesday niorniiiK-Koinjr, down Tues
days, Thursdays and Saturdays, and re
turning on Wednomlays, Fridays and
Mondays. The Altona ran into a rock
near Sellwood a few mornings ago, caus
ing some dainiigi) to her hull and neces
Nltaflng her holm hauled onto tho wava
for repair Hhn will be repainted and
new cun van duck laid preparatory to the
coming winter's run. The recent im
provement miido to the channel on
Latubeit' lur ha placed the river in a
condition for easy navigation by the
light-draught bout and they will con
tinue to make regular trip until the
water attains suflicient hulaht to per
mil of ll, it heavy Meinour being oper
ated Tiinwliiy'a HtutcMiuan.
OltKlioN Liuk-stonk I). V. Hvidle
will leave next week for Southern Ore
gon, where lie ha liacd a large depoit
of lime rock near Oakland and goes to
snjierliileiid the working of hi (piarry.
Ho will erect kilns and mako hydraulic
lima for the present, but rx erla later
to make cement. Tho lent that have
boon made from this deposit Inilicatc
that It will make a grade npialtothe
Portland cement. Mr. Heidle alo ha
a low grade of limo rock that will make
an excellent fertell.nr for wheat land.
The leaiw exiemla for ll'.) year. Mr.
Keidln I an expert lime and cement
manufacturer from Germany and bold
three medal awarded by the Gorman
government for excellence of lima and
cement manufactured under hi upcr
A llAiivksr Fkti val, Tho harvest
festival conducted at the Congiegational
church last Sunday evening was greatly
enjoyed by an audience that lllled the
bouse to oveifloalng. The main audi
torium was finely decorated with grain,
grasses and flower and the Ringing and
other exercisoa by the children were
unusually gixxl. At the close of
the excieltojt a gcuerou collection
a taken up to airt in or
giiuixing Sunday schools in dcnlitute
place throughout the state. Last year
the ('ougregaliotialiHt organized 111 new
Sunday school and they hope to do
eyen better the coming year.
Nkw School to Orxs. The dlr"ctor
of school district, No. 'M, on the West
Side, have employed Marjorie Caufleld
to teach a primary si le-ol for Hollon, in
accordance with their action taketi sev
eral week ago, made necesHaty by the
disUm e the small children have to walk
to get to the Went hide school and the
condition of the road during the winter
iiioulli. The school will lie held in a
building originally erected for a store.
Misa Caufleld la a graduate ol the Ore
gun City high school and w ill doubtlcsa
make a successful teacher.
Clackamas Cocnty Siiimilki II G.
I'odue bat moved lua ahltiglu null from
Liberal to J. G. Folder's place, four
mile cast of Oregon City, w here he has
secured a fine body of timber and com
menced sawing shingles the first of tho
wecK. Shelly and Kuaaull delivered
loada Tuesday to Geo. Hmughton, w ho la
agent for some of the largest saw mill
men lu Portland. Mr. Ilodgo has a well
earned reputation for manufacturing only
llrnt cluH.i nhinglcs and has no(liMictity of
dlMiHwitig of all he can turn out.
TiiASKdoiviru IWll. Court Hobin
Hood. No. D, Forester of America, will
give their fourth annual ball in Weill
hard'a hall Thursday evening, November
25. The Foresters have established a
reputation for giving moh( enjiyable
hopa, which are attended by the elite of
the city. Their music Is always first
class. The True Itemed;.
W. M. Itcpine, editor Tiskilwa, III.,
"Chief" says, "We won't deep house
without Dr. King's New Discovery (or
ccnmiiiiption, coughsand tolds. Fxperi
incntcd with many others, but never got
the true remedy until we used Dr.
King's New Discovery. No other
remedy can take it placo In our home,
as in it we have a certain and sure cure
for coughs, colds, w hooping cough, etc."
It is idle to experiment with other
remedies, oven if tliey are urged on
you as just as good as Dr. King's New
Discovery. They are not as good, be
cause this remedy luu a record of cures
and besides is guaranteed. It never
fails to satisfy. Trial bottles free at
Charmun & Co'a drug store. "
Klectrie lloif-l Arrival.
P Z imiinsky, San Francisco
Win Hornshtih, Cur us
H D Cummins, New York
N E IWtt, Newberg
F J Hidings Manpiain
J H Shaver, Molalla
K W Davis, Fugeno
Sam Swanton, "
U 10 Sampson, F.mpire City
C G Kowlina, Albany
Deo Wright, Liberal'
J A Fiet., Sandy
K SitnderB, Portland
C H Clement
II L Lang,
Geo J Jackson, "
A M Gardner, "
J M Stutt and wf "
E Sunders "
W K Smith, "
The Electric hotel is the finest in the
city and first-class in all its appointments.
Electric cara stop in front of the door.
Undertaker and Enilmhner.
K. L. Iloltnan undertaker and ein
balmer. Graduate of Embalming col
lege. Full Btock of casketa and coffins
at prices to suit. Undertaking parlor in
Weiubard'a building on Main Btreet.
An Achlerc men! of the Century.
Our atleiitlori has lately been called to
the merits. ,f His great Warner Llhrary
now piiNsing through the prena. The
Review of Heview very appiopriaUdy
speak of It a "Distilling the World's
Wimloiri.', 1'roui the inii.o of writings
of all tiiiiits and age, the able writers
employed upon this great work have
condensed in thirty volume the creain
of the world's thought. J'y a happy
combination of wrilerand lubject, piaitry
and art, philosophy and history, science
and religion, fact and fiction, biography
and romance have each been given a
prominence coniiiieniirale with their
Importance in a compendium of liiera-
Of thia library, Public Opinion in an
ex'etidod editorial notice well say:
"Conceived upon such broad lines,
prepared and written by the most com
petent of living hands, and embracing a
it doe the literatures of all climes and
times, it Is not difficult to understand
that such library must represent an
enormous Investment. We are told
and can readily believe that the entire
cost of thia colloHsal work will be above
a (piarter of a million dollars. That
such a work should ever be undertaken,
and should now be placed upon the
market at a price which easily brings it
within tho reach of the general lxok
loving public, must we believe, make
Mr. Warner's library rank as one of the
triumphs of American enterprise."
All classes of students will find in tins
a treasure from the world' best minds.
It is destined to have an immense sale.
If you w ish to know more about thii
work ami the Kicial terms of distribu
tion to club member address,
The Agency, l!arer's Weekly Club,
2011 Seventh street, Portland, Or.
The following is the list of letters re
maining in the ostoHice at Oregon City,
Oiegon, on October 20, 1H!I7:
IIIIm, M Mrs I.yotia, Klla Mrs
t'ollett, louire Miller Clara, Mi
Fag-alile, Kinma Palmer, Alice
Hocked, Nellie Parker, Carrie
HukIipm, Klha Sin Hn in ii i t-rn, K
Jonca, K Mrs WaUlrou, Frank Mra
Frey, Mary H. Williama, Nora
Jolitiaoll, T H Willi, harah
Jonra. KC Mrs Woodvy, C A
Krurgi-r, Mrs M Zoosman, T Mrs
l.ipra, Ahi-e K
lUrklitirnt, Jek Jack, Cilem 1.
Ilaiinian, Win Jonei, H O
Ksksr, J S MatbeMin J D
ftrown, W J Morey, Win
lloacovlcti, N Prsuncholl, F
llowrler, Alex lledliousi, J W A
Carr, Kyle Itenacher A
Covert, U A Kleh, U W
Cox, J ltohh, J
Deaklns, W K Kunyoii, 8 C
Dricksen, C Spencer, J W
Flemming. II Stvanaon, Chas
Forsylhe, Sanlord Taylor, J 8
(iriiuiii, F A Thomas, W 8
(iooch, II W Teel, 8 J
(iwltlliig. A (J Town, V 8
Hamlin, Frank I'liger, Peter
Haven, J It Waugorotli, W A
llHcklieri, Win Writ., Mrs
Holmes K U Z lomiian. T M
1 l.i.ljji), (ito Hngties, K It
If called for btate when advertised.
8. U. Gkkkn, P. M,
1100 Itewartl. f UK).
The readers of this piier will be
pleased to learn that there is at least one
drea.lcd disease that science has been
able to cure in all its singes and that ia
catarrh, Hull's Catarrh Cure is the
only positive cure now known to the
medical fraternity. Catarrh being a
constitutional disease, requires a con
stitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is taken internally, acting directly
t'pon the blood and mucus surfaces of
the system, thereby destroying the foun
dation of the disease, and giving the pa
tient strength by building up tho con
stitution and assisting nature in doing
ita woik. The proprietors have so much
faith in Its curative powers, that they
oiler flOO for any case that it fails to
cure. Send for list of testimonials.
Address, F. J. Ciiknky A Co.,Toledo,
O. Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
Money hir Farmers.
When it comes to buying harness,
saddles, whips or robes the prices and
work to be had at Wil ley's harness shop
cannot lie duplicated in Portland. Re
pairing done in tiood shape and
promptly. Full line of shoes carried
and Bold at bed rock prices. Shoe re
pairing attended to. Willey's loggers
and farmers band made shoes have no
superior. Call at bis shop on Seven ih
slreet near the depot and see how big a
dollars worth vou can tret.
Notice To Teachers.
All teachers receivinj; the Ektkhtrisk
for school work will please notify this of
fice at the close of their term so that the
the paper may lie discontinued. (Io
not stud notice until week of closing.)
OnmioN City Kntkiickisk.
lloNR With A Knife. Those fine,
juicy steaks and prime roasts to be ob
tained at Albright's meat market are all
done with a kinfe in the hand of an
A A N T1CU-T K US T WO K THY. ACT 1 V K
gentlemen or ladies to travel for re
ioiHil)le estahished house in Oregon.
Monthly t(if lK)and expense. Position steady
Hderence. Knolose sell-aililressed stamped
envelope. The Dominion Company, Dept.
All pain baulabed by Dr. Miles' Pain Pllla.
K1KKT CONOKKGATIONAL CHfKCH.
Kev. I. W. llu 1 r, eatnr. Horvlccaat 10 M a.m.
anil 7 HU r. M. Humlay Hohml alter mornlut
iTTl. Fiayar mectliiR I lium'lay erenuif at
7.HOo,clwk. Hrayer uinetlnx ol Young feonle'i
SMHi:ty ol OhrUiian Kndeavor every Huuday
veuiuf at ao prompt.
FIRST BAPTIST CIIRKC'II. - Rsv. M L,
Hdou. Paator Homlnx Service at I":!. Hunday
MehiMil at ll:lfi; Kvenlli Hervice 1 M); Kriftilar
prayer meetltia iimiaitay evening. Monthly
Covenant Meeting every Wwlnemlay evening
preceding the Drat Hunday In the montb. A
oorulal Invitation to all.
BT. IOHN'8 CHL'KCII.CATHOUC.-Krv. A.
Hiu-RsaASD, Pan'.or. On Sunday maaa at S aud
10 a. a. Every aenoud and fourth Munday
(ierman aermon alter the S o'clock mam
At all other mantes Kugllab aermona. Hunday
SrhiMjl at I 'M r. a. Veatra, apologeilcml
ublecia and Benediction at 7:80 f. at.
METHODIST EPIHCOPAL CHCKCH.-R. v.
1. L. Jo f, Paator. Morning tervlce at 10 41;
Buuday Hchool at 10:00. ('lata meeting alter
morning aervlce. Kveniug service at 730.
Ki.worth League meetiug Hunday evening al
W; I'rayer Meeting Thiirtday ereulng at 7.30.
strangera cordially invited.
riKHT PHEHDYTERIAN CHl'KCH.-Rsv. A
J. Montgomi-ry. Paator. Hervicea at 11 A. a. and
7 HO r. u. Hahbath Hchool at 10 a. M. Young
People's Hoclety ol Cbrlatlau Endeavor meett
very Huuday evening at t ao. Ihuiaday
evening prayer meeting al 7:80. Seats free.
EVANO'IMCAL CIIUHCH GERMAN Rev.
Eric., Paator: J. II. Kskkt Al-um.
Pn-achtng aervlrea every Hunday at 11 A. M.
and 7::J P. M. banoalb school every Hunday at
10 A. M , Mr. .I'nineun.i, HupU Prayer Meeting
every I burxlay evening
(iKUMAX M.'THKUAN ZIOX'S CON
greutioiial church. Kev. V. hark, ator.
Cervicra every Monday al 11 A. M. Sunday
school al 10 A. M.
ST PAUL'S CHPP.CII-F.piscopsl-W.
I). Williams, D. I'., minister in charge.
Hiu. day Neliool at K a. m., services at 11 a.
in, and 7: .'Hi p.m. Kri.iava at 1 :'M p.m. even-
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Clarence Porter. Geo. C. Kinney.
Horseshoeing a Specialty.
Any design of an iron or steel
shoe fitted tip. All kinds of
repairing at reasonable rates.
Shop opposite Pope's hardware store.
4 Oregon City, Ore.
fifgin and dJalteim
Advanced in price.
The LOW Prices which we efitablished are stil I
in force. If you really wioh to huy a bargain
in watches nee ub before our present stock is sold.
Lery's Ark Gallery
The only first-class photo gallery In the city.
W. I. STALEY. Principal, Salem, Oregon.
We have told yon that business education pays. Businesamen will tell yon
so. Our graduates will tell you the same. Certainly no stronger evidence i
wanted. This school is
It is the leader in business practice methods,
through the mails by the intercommunication system,
will tell you all about the school.
THIS IS WHAT
our customers claim for us and
our groceries: That we oiler
the liest of groceries at the low
est prices. They have confi
dence in our goods and know
that we never misrepresent our
selves and that our stock of fine
groceries is the purest and the
moat nutritious. Last, but not
least, their grocery bill saves it
self fully 25 per cent by their
dealing with Marr it Muir.
Our way of doing business ia
to treat every one fair and square
nd oiler the very best in our
IVIarr & IVIxxir
llf, T Pl'lAi at her new location in the Caufield block,
Ullfe. li. XllLl) next Jool t0 the Beehive has one of
the most complete stocks of
FINE CONFECTIONERY, FRUITS,
NUTS AND NOTIONS
Best Ice Cream in
Bread is the
Staff of Life,
That is, if it is good, wholesome
bread, if not, it is more dangerous
than Hie .
Bullets of the Turks
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. Tiy a loaf oi whole w heat
Fine Groceries and
as afresh Vegetables.
Snerrstor of th6 ni tuwrtttyeti."
The One Greet Standard Authority,
8 wriifn 1
I III n. . .1. Hrvwer,
of t!'fl IV S. (.iTt PHntlnir I
OtHcfl, tho V. S. Huirme
rutin, nil mo Mute mi
hviih Courts, tuition near
ly nil Hie bcuoollMok.
cr SoIuh1i. olleiif rival-
(t'iii!,:iiut'tVi K'ltirittou .
uiuiuBt wiuumt niuuLwr.
In i he lioiisriiit.il, nml to
lhi ta Ut'lit'i1, nrliolnr, 1M1V- I
i niiu;ii iiiuii, una sen
eii iu-a tor.
THE BEST TOR PRACTICAL USE.
It Is easy to Unci the word wanted.
It la easy to ascertain the pronunciation.
It Iseasy ta trace the growth oi a word.
It Is easy to learn whut a word means.
Tlin Chimin Times-Hcrnlff unvsf
t'lwler a liiUTiinllttlial 1 l?tloilurv 111 IM niTPnl J
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Hay and Feed
Can be had at reasonable
prices, wholesale or retail at
Capt. J. W. Exon, manager.
Ed May, Local Agent.
Petzold'a Meat Market, Main, St.
Opp. Huntley's Drug Store,
All Kinds of Watcher
Clocks and Jewelry Repaired
FORTY YEARS EXPERIENCE IN
Ureat Britain and America.
Give me atrial.
H. W. JACKSON,
And all kinds of small ma
chines put in good order. No
work to difficult to undertake.
Shop in CanfieM building
Near Court House.
Transfer1 and Epre,
Freight and parcels delivered
to all parts of the city.
RATES - REASONABLE.
C. I. rail,