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Oregon City Enterprise.
Circuit court eon vent Unit Mem In No
Yember ami thlrtl Monday lu April. '
Probate court to ielon Unit Momlsy In etch
Onmmlloi,im court mceti flrnt WediiPKUy
tier flint Hominy of each month.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1897.
SPRAY OF THE FALLS.
Late (raw ion I anil rung peaches are
now arriving. Lot us have your order,
E. E. William, the grocer.
One order at Miss Goldsmith's will in
sure your future patronage In millinery.
Buy your school books and acliool nip
plies of Charnian A Co. the cut cut rate
Drujrgist. They w ill rave your money.
We sell timothy, clover and other
grass seeds. Beat quality, lowest prices.
E. E. Williams, the grocer.
Our creations are original and exclu
sive. Our prices the very lowest at
Miss Goldsmith millinery parlors.
For a quiet place to hitch your horses
away from the motor line and a place to
get a first class job of repairing or horse
hoeing call on S. F. Scripture's shop on
The: r is no need of little children be
inu tortured by scald head, ecxeuia and
skin eruption. Pe Witt's Witch flaiel
Salve gives instant relief and cures per
manently. Geo. A. Harding.
For Constipation take Karl's Clover
Root Tea, the jtreat Blood Purifier. Cures
Headache, Nervousness, Eiuptions on
the face, and makes the head clear as a
bell. Sold by Chai man A Co. , druggists,
' A Portland company has been so
favor My impressed with samples
brought in from the Molalla gold mines
that they have hired W. D. Scott, a
California expert, to spend several weeks
in tbe.e mines for the purpose of making
a thorough test of their richness.
The Rein kahs of Abernalhy lodge, No.
SO, of this city, entertained Columbia
tem of the Portland Rebekah's last Fri
day evening, when the Portland team
put on the beautiful work and intitiated
three nu mbers. An all-round social
time ended a most delightful evening.
Warning : Persons w ho sutler from
cough and colds should beed the warn
ings of danger and save themselves suff
ering and lata) results by nsing One Min
ute Cough Cure. It is an infallible rem
edy for coughs, colds cronp and all
throat and lung troubles. Geo. A.
Daniel Williams, at the northeast cor
ner of Center and Seventh streets, has a
choice and well selected slock of family
Sfroceriea which he is selling at very
reasonable rates. His motto is "live
and let live, with honest weights and
measures". Goods deliveded to any
part of the city.
Francis Galloway sent to this office a
few days ago a basket of Black Hamburg
grapes, w hich were duly appreciated by
the employes. The devil never said he
liked them, the only reason being that
he was so busy swallowing ibem he
could not talk . The grapes came from
Judge Galloway's farm in Yamhill
Rev. Earnest J. W. Slack, pastor of
the German Luiliern church, conducts
classes in German for members of his
church or any others who may desire to
learn the language, on Wednesday and
Saturday evenings at his residence, cor
ner Seventh and J. Q. Adams street
As soon an his church is completed he
will have a class for school children.
A Military Election.
Captain F. S. Kelly, owing to his re
moval from the city, having reslgnod
the command of F Company, a sc!al
election was held Monday evening by
the company, to choose anew captain.,
The election was tinder the snperviaon of
Captain 1. T. Strain, of tho brigade staff,
as special inspector of elections. For
captain, First Lieutenant I,. L. Pickens
was chosen by unanimous vote. The
same compliment was paid Second
Lieutenant W. A. Huntley who was
made first lieutenant and First Sergeant I
Fred Metrner was honored in the'unani- j
mous vote of his comrades for second
Gen. Chas. F. Beebe and Major Geo.
T. Willett were present during the even
ing. At the close of the election Gen.
Beebe made a brief address in which he
complimented the boys of F Co. for the
good good fellowship which ho found
manifested between the men and the
perfect harmony existing between the
men and the officers. He also spoke
highly of the personnel of the com
pany of its efficiency and numerical
strength which the company displayed.
F Co. has 54 men npon its roster and
applications enough to make up for the
loos of men by expiration of time of
service, a ad bring it up to the full limit
ailjwed by the regulations. The com
pany, since its organization eight years
ago, has not been in better order than
now and it Mtiks as one of the best
drilled and most efficient Companies in
the stale, Captain Pickens and Lieu
tenants Huntley and Metsner have fairly
earned their merited promotions, lor
each has come up through all the grades
from the ranks and are thoroughly posted
in all that pertains to their duties. Captain
Pickens is an old guardsman having
served in one of the crack regiments of
New York and is a soldier in every sense
of the word.
The appointment of non-commissioned
officers will not take place until Captain
Pickens receives his commission from
Governor Lord, which will probably not
be for two or three weeks vet.
Royal mailt th IikhI fun,
wholoom and drlkloui.
ftOYAl MUM CO., NIW VOIW,
Following is the report of school dis
trict No. 80, foi the month ending Octo
ber, 15; number enrolled in principal's
room 24 ; primary department 24 ; Total
48; general average attendance during
month both rooms, 37: cases of tardiness
2. Those w ho were neither absent nor
tardy during month were : Rosa Mvers,
Elmira Ginther, Delia Bluhm, of the
principal's room and Nellie, Irene
Moebnke, Hazel Ginther, Fretta Buol,
Lydia Hornschuh and Tressie Cummins
ol the primary room. Visitors piesent
during the month ; John Moehnke, Mrs.
E. F. Ginther, Carrie Schuebel and Ida
Ginther. Friday afternoon was
spent in rendering recitations, mimic, etc.
Following was the program : recitations
by Elmira Ginther, Lydia Hornschuh,
Tressie Cummins, Lottie Hornschuh,
Nellie Moehnke, Flora Moehnke, Earnest
Martin, songs by Ethel and Tressie Cum
mins and school, dialogue "Our Al
manac" by several little girls.
We respectfully invite the patrons of
schools and others interested in the
cause of education to visit our school and
note our progress.
Rohkkt Ginther Principal.
Ross Bollard Assistant.
The difference between Pills and Sim
mons Livet Regulator, is just this; Pills
don't go down very easy with most
people, and you feel them afterwards.
While Simmons Liver Regulator in'
liquid or powder is very pleasant to take,
and the only feelling that you have
afterward is the great relief that it gives
from Constipation, Biliousness, Sick
headache ami Dyspepsia. It is a mild
laxative and a tonic
Rev. Dr. Williams, will conduct ser
vices on Sunday next at 2 p. m. in the
chapel at. Canemah. In the evening,
at St. Paul's church, his subject will be
"The Christian Church In Ancient Bri
tain ;" her vigor and her isolation from
3o0 A. D. to O'.iC. Mr. 11. L. Idleman of
Portland Iihb kindly consented to sing
the offertory on this evening. Mr. Idle
man is a member of one of Portland's
best choirs and possesses a voice of won
derful compas and sweetness.
Those who believe chronic diarrhoea
to be incurable should read what Mr. P.
E. Gristmiii, of Oaars Mills, La., ba.8 to
say on the subject' viz.: "I have been
a sufferer Irom chronic diarrhoea ever
since the war and have tried all .kinds of
medicines for it. At last I found a
remedy that effected a cure and that was
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarr
hoea Remedy." This medicine can
always be depended upon for colic,
cholera morbun, djcentery and diarrhoea.
It is pleasent to take ami r.ever fails to
effect a cure. 25 and 50 cent sizes for i
sale by G A. Harding.
The V. S Oov't Reports
show Royal Baking Powder
superior to all others.
. Property Sold For Taxes.
The sale of property for delinquent
taxes Saturday did not attract any pur
chasers outside of the city, seven-eights
of all that was sold being purchased hy
a Portland broker. Something like
$4000 was realized from the sale. The
county did not buy, thereby leaving the
property not bought by private pur
chasers without any negotiable lien
against it. This operates to the advan
tage of the delinquent taxpayer, who is
thus given his ow n time to discharge the
lien, without penalty or interest accruing
during the period of nonpayment.
When given to the printer August 2(5,
the delinquent list footed up about $27,
000. Between that time and the date of
sale the total was reduced to about
14,000. About $10,000 of 1S!M taxes re
main now uncollected.
Money for Farmers.
When it comes to buying harness,
saddles, whips or robes the prices and
work to be bad at Willey's harness shop
cannot be duplicated in Portland. Re
pairing done in good shape and
promptly. Full line of shoes carried
and sold at bed rock prices. Shoe re
pairing attended to. Willey's loggers
and fanners hand made shoes have no
superior. Call at Lis shop on Seventh
street near the depot and see how big a
dollars worth you can get.
B. F Swope was in Canby Monday
transacting Icgul buiiness.
C. 0. T. Williams Bnt Tuesday at
Canby, transacting legal business.
P. Harris and John Gleason of this
city, made a living trip to Salem Sunday.
Rev. A. Krause, of Portland, was an
Oregon City visitor the first of the week.
Fielding S. Kelly, of Albany, spent
Sunday iu this city visiting at the home
of hie parents.
Arch-bishop, W. II. Gross of Portland,
was in the city Thursday, the guest of
Miss Edna Rtigg came up from the
Portland university Saturday for an over
Sunday visit at home.
Mrs. E. L. Johnson returned from Sil
verton Saturday, where she spent three
weeks visiting friends.
Mrs. T. F. Cooing. Jr., returned Mon
day afternoon from a week's visit with
her parents at Silvertou.
Mrs. W. M. Hobinson went to The
Dalles Monday to make a visit with rela
tives and friends in that city.
Mrs. George A. Peebles, wife of Salem's
city stieriutendeiit of schools, is in the
city visiting her sister, Mrs. R. A. Miller.
Rev. C. P. Hetzles, of Salem, superin
tendent of the Bible Society for Oregon
was a caller on Hey. Butler last Tuesday.
Mrs. Jane Noyer left Wednesday for
Poemroy, Vahington, where she will
spend the winter with her son, Everett.
Mrs. Margin ito McKay, of Pendleton
w I f ii ol the lute Dr. McKay, who was a
grandson of Dr. Mclaughlin, spent Sim
ilar and Monday of last week in Oregon
City the guest of Mrs. C. II. Dye.
R. O. Holmes, of I'arkpluee, left on
Tuesday of last week for the homo of Ids
p.iieutN, at Fredonlii, Kansas, where lie
will hereafter reside, though it Is Muled
that he miiv return to Oregon City after
Hit interesting event has taken place, In
which he will ben participant,
F. I. Williams, who came down from
Fasten) Washington, about 10 davs ago,
where bo spent the summer and full, to
ba at the ta'dsidt) of his mother, who
was quite sick, Ivft Monday for Golden
dale, where he has a good job, his
mother I tflng entirely recovered. Mr.
Williams sys there is plenty of work
and good wages In that country.
Col. C. Bair, of Needy, was in Otcgtm
City, Saturday, transacting business,
Mr, Bair has served the county as com
missioner for several years In the past
and has alwayi been one ot the stand-by
republicans of his precinct. He says the
high price of w heat and general rise In
price of all farm produce has knocked
the wind out of the populists In his vi
Bert Nash returned last Su inlay from
Northern Idaho, where he has been for
the last live months with the Oliver sur
veying party who were doing land sur
veying foi the government. Hurl states
tint ho bad a Hue trip and never niisned
a meal. He sayi that J. C Hradh y, Ira
Hoffman, and Dave Henuerson, w ho are
with the Oradon surveying party, will
be lidii.e in about two weeks.
Mrs. T. H. l.awietice started to Kansas
City, Missouri, last Sunday evening in
response to the sad meHoage announcing
the death of her mother, Mrs. W. t).
Met ice who pHsscd away at her home In
that city on Saturday, the 17th Inst., nt
the age of 07 years. The first intimation
Mrs. Lawrence had of her mother's sick
ness was the announcement of her death,
no further particulars having been re
ceived. She will be absent about six
Win. Scott, who owns a big bum at
Pleasant Hill, west of Oiegon City, was
in the city, Mondav, transacting busi
ness before the county equalization
board. Mr. Scott savs the farmers in
his locality are farther along with their
work this fal1 than any season for years
past, and that they all feel hopeful and
are sowing a large acreage of wheat
airs. t. nicnen oi mis cuy moveu They Rre alH0 ,m(ll,ing other crops in
out to her farm at Needy the last of the anticipatioii of the good times we are
week, wneresne win resme mine iiiiure. I ...re l0 ,.0,ltinue ,0 mve as promised
F. M. Manning, who recently traded
his farm neur Clarks for one near Mu
lino, where he resides, was in Oregon
Mrs. Win. Galloway left Tuesday eve
ning for The Dalles, where she will
when McKinley was elected.
C. P. Thore returned last Sunday
from a short business trip to San Fran
cisco. Mr. Thore states buiness is
showing very material evidences of im
provement in that cilv atnl all expect
sx?nd a week visiting at the home of i prosperous times next spring. Mr.
Judge A. S. Dennett. . Thore will leave Friday for Josephine
Miss Mabelle Wiggins returned to her, county, where bis cimiuny have exten
home In this city last Friday, after spend- ive placer mine, which they have been
iug the summer with her brother, Fred . working for the pist year, and w ill
A. Wiggins, in Salem. spend tho greater part of the winter at-
Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Griffith and Mrs. ' ten,lit"" l,,e w'"k tl'" earlr
Joseph Albert, of Salem, .pent last Sun- rain" ,,,ve ,Mml l,,em ,0 ,em""e P"rl
.i. ti.Q ...,m,. t r-..i .i ierthan usual.
uajr ill H u uio (luvnio vi Wl. auu
Mrs. Robert A. Miller.
M. Mctjuaile. who has been visiting
his brother in this city for the past two
weeks, returned to his home in Sail
Francisco the last of the week.
Miss Hannah Slromgreen left on Mon
day evening for San Francisco, where
she will take a two years course in a
training school to fit herself for a nurse.
THE DREADED CONSUMP
TION CAN BE CURED.
T. A. Sloriim. X. ('., the (irmt (tii-nilut a nil
Kelt-litint. Will Mem), Free, Three llnttlifiif
llii Newly Discovered Itemeillrs
Eiutok Kntkki'kihk : I have discov
ered a reliable cure for consumption anil
allbrncbiiil. throat nod lung diseases,
general decline, loss of tlesli and all con-
George W. Swope was in Portland ' ditions of wasting away. By its timely
Tuesday attorney for the plaintiff in the j use thousands ol upparcniiv hopeless
i v ... ..... ... ..... . t cases i live neci i 1 1 reu. j-o priKii-pomuvn
suit of Martin Newman versus Louisa , , ., , ., , . ,
i am I of its power to cure, that to make
Newman for divorce, before Judge j jtH mMrj,, known, 1 will send, free, to:
Stearns. any alllicied reader of your paper, three .
,,. X7 r, ,, i i . bottles of my newly discovered remedies i
Via. nra I :invf.ra n in liua l,.n In J . J f
. ' ' , upon receipt of express and poht office
the city visiting friends the past week , address, T. A. S LOCUM, M !.,
left for Portland yesterday where she! IIS Pine Street. New York.
will remain Beveral davs befoie returning v"hn writing the doctor, please men
tion this paper.
to her home at Clatskanle.
Edward M. Croisitn, superintendent of
the Stab! reform school at Salem, was in
Oregon City Monday, looking after a run
away from that institution. He went
on to Portland in the afternoon.
Mrs. M. II. Ilensley and her (laughter,
Mrs. W M. Thornton, of Anaconda,
Afonlana. have bee nin the citv the last ",Mtm Or. BoMnkoCo. 1'iills. is.
few days the guests of Mrs. Dan O'Neil
and Miss Mollie Holmes at Kose Farm.
1'orToople That Are nil I A
Sick or "Just Don't IJ 1 1 I V
Fool woii." r I L LO
ONLY ONI rO A DOS!.
Ramorat PlmplM, curet Nudachi, Oytpcptlt and
loiuionm. iini, a mi at uruKKltor lir mall
A full blood Short Horn bull for sale
at a reasonable price. Is six years old,
fine build, perfectly gentle and one of
the best breeding animals in the state.
Chas. Aliikk;iit, Oregon City.
Twenty-five yearling ewes and one
buck, half Shropshire and half Merino.
A. Vj. Jacoiis,
Oregon City Mfg. Co.
Dr. lilies' Pain Pills stop ITeadaoho.
A ANTED TRUSTWORTHY, ACTIVE
gentlemen or ladies to travel for re
sponsible eitalilihsed house In Oregon.
Monthly I'iS.OO and expenses. Position
steady. Reference. Encloi-e self adilrenseil
stamped envelope. The Dominion Com
pany Dept. Y Chicago.
Bread 1h the
Staff of Life,
Miss Nina Paddock, of Clackamas the
accomplished sterographer and type
writiBt at the State insane asylum, was
given an exceedingly pleasant surprise
party at the residence of Mrs. Dr. W. H.
Byrd, in Salem last Friday evening.
Henry Gans, the Oswego merchant,
who has made the reputation the past
year of being one of the best road fore
men in theounty, the roads in his dis
trietproving the correctness of the reputa
tion, was in Oregon City on Saturday.
Rev. W. L. Malloy, well-known in
this city as the pastor of the M. E.
church. South, three vears Aim limliwn
returned to this circuit and took up his UndSBV & G I tlSO tl'S
ruuirlMni'U umr.nii ntl ttio ft rut if 4lm nr..,.l. I
j n ... aai.w Mllivllfb, u Mint U 11117 VV C7 K
His district embraces Oregon City, Cur
rinsville and Molalla.
Cliauncy Can 1 kins, of Pleasant Hill,
accompanied by his mother, Mrs. E. W.
Caulkins, was in Oregon City Saturday,
laying in a tall supply of clothing, gro
ceries, etc. Chancv's father'i health
has been quite poorly this fall, though
not serious in its nature. His manv c;no rrni.
iiuc uiuiuiia aim
That is, if it is good, wh.jlesome
bread, if not, it is more dangerous
Since assuming control of the
Harding bakery no effort has been
spared either in quality of flour
used, or skill in handling to make
The equal of the best known
made. His pastry cannot be
excelled. Tiyaloufol wholewheat
friends hope for his eiteedy restoration
Our fs and Other Eyes.
Our I's nro just M stroii): ru they wcro fifty yearn n;:o,
wlicn wo hive cause to use them, Hut wo li.ivo len mid
less cause to praise oiiisclvcs, since other ilo the junisiii,
mul wo nro inure th in willing for you to sec us through
other eyes. This is how wo look to S. 1''. Hoycc, whole
s.ilo mill retail drugilst. Duluth, Minn., who after a quarter
of a century of observation writes:
"I have solil Ayer's Sarsap.uillu for more than 15 years,
both nt wholesale and retail, utul have never heaul tiny
thing but words of praise from my customers ; not ft tdnejo
complaint has ever reached me. I believe Ayer's Sar
saparill.i to bo the best blood purifier that has been Intro
Uuccd to the general public." This, from a man who lias
sold thousands of dozens of Ayer's Sarsaparilla, Is strong
testimony. Hut It only echoes popular sentiment the world
over, which has " Nothing but word of prubo for
Any dmiM !nl I' ' frn.l (it itit " rur.bouk.'
Il kill ilutti 'l cuiri iLiiibi'.
Aiklitul J. C. Apr Co., Uixll, Maw.
moumeHtal bronze co
linilTH IIKONZK MiiiuunonU
will not Moss-cover or black
en. Am artistic, clump and tho
most enduring monument inadu.
White Itronzo is no xHritiicnt.
It has stood fur htiiidri'drt of ymtri.
in lCurosi and is not itfTcctod by
tin) weather. Corrcspitinlrtieci noli
cited. On receipt of postal card
will lm pleased to cull and show
samples and designs.
MOXUMHNTAL ItKONZK CO.,
C. It. IMINNKI.I., MilK.
N. W. t'orner I'liurili art. I Yamhill Hlreets
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