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Oregon City Enterprise.
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WHATIIKH AM) I'ol.lTlCAI. rillXIMiMU A
Tea. Col. U.iU-rl A. Mlllir, ll.e fH
known i-UciiMtoluuiMt hkI eni.llttte Hit
ii'Ut of WflifiKilUml, lm nm-MlHimM
llur lli )i-arH ol ili'i'P rinitnli(m UihI
.rvi.ru ln.l inl rin atorm ixriira In
Oil-Kim t.i.ut tliu Htli o( November eai h
yenraiul that klllinu froxt oeciira on
Hie aame ilitie In Ui" moiiili ol .May, i
leant llieim thinia Iih.hmhmI tliirlnu tli
vear 1HU7 utiil, jmluina tho lutiiro l.y
il.. ....i Kill iH-Liir in lH'.IH. When il
romea to nolltli i tlie Colonel i rliM)l
ry t homo. In reaMne to tlie imjuiry
aiiiint the iMjIitical aittitation in the
atato lin aal.l the .ropaniU lil In-en
.i A...rti inl iln-rn mdiiIiI Imi lour ti.'keta
in the llelJ next June. That tha ilemo-
irU miJ ilver reuhliiBna,
1 1 u i U H.n.H rei.Dlilit'ana who
voteil for Hrvan Inat NoveinlM-r, if inch
n linoriiml .wlinen of lhn (ii'tiina
lioiiioeait he found, w ill unite, the M.-
llriilit Mitchell funea of the republican
party will put out a titkui, tb Himon
Scott crowd aiiolher unit Ibe populiat
tin- fourth. When naked whultheKold
detnocrnta would do llm Colonel abmcd
hi aliouKlera and aaid they were loo In-alKiiill.-ent
a quantity lo be taken into
cotiMi.leratioii, bmi.le he had alw.yf
noticed that they invariably voted the
republican ticket anyway. The Colonel
wan very aaiiituino of the aucceaa of the
democratic parly In the roiniim content,
owing to the dinacutiona in the republi
can rutika nd the hoodooed condition of
the populiat parly since the IcKilative
liol.l up. llecidea tlmt party now kj.
veiiHca no national orittuiiailon and
inaiiitHiua no Hlate oritanixation in any of
the alatca except Oreuon, WaHhinuton
Faiimkii's Situur Coiioik. The Aitrl
cultnrul college, which for yearn ban con
ducted farmer' iiiHtiluica In varioua
partaol llm atiile, baa been conducting
for lour years pimt with Kreat iiicceaH
what li known . a larmer'a abort conrno.
This course conaiHta of a aorica of opular
luclurca, aupplcmented by laboratory
work under Hiinerviaion of the profecaora,
almiK llnea auitud lo aid horticulturiata
and duiryinim In tluvulupinij Ihe great
liutiirHl reaourcei! of our elate. Jo"1'
nun..,.. ..u.u auiil that the school of
experience tlioroutsh, but tho tui
tion cume lilnh. Here In a chance to
get thorouuli, practical knowledge about
farm work without money and without
price, there lining no'chargo for tuil ion
ml no hiboraloiv fees in tbia course,
neither in there any educational teat for
entrance. The woik will begin Tuesday,
Janimry 11, 1WW, and close February 10,
rnverinif a tieriod when but little, if any,
farm work can bo done, and this course
...... ..i. I I .. lv everv furmur ill
Cliickiimas county. A few dollars noc
a I lit. 1" . n
esmtry to pay hoard in uirvauis ior
few weeks will be quadrupli'd in tbo in
creiim d returns from the farm next year
brought about by running tho place on
Pat ' Oi.it MinhtkkIi TkoI'i-k. The
African Minstrel troupe of Oregon Oily
will give their enturtrinment at Khively's
opera house on Friday evening, Decem
ber 8. In addition to tho best local
talent in the city the troupe will embrace
four well-known and popular Portland
vocbIibIb. The end men, or rather ladies,
report excellent progress. A number of
bran new iokes have been received fresh
from the mint, while the hits on local
politicians and prominent young men
will h worth more than the price of
admlnsion in themselves. Kehersals are
being carried on twice each week and
good progiess Is reported In audi claHsic
auleclioiiN from Mo.arl and Menillenaboii
hh "All Coons: Look Allko lo Me," "Who
I'rowud Pat Un Brick Fust," "Hot Time
In dn Old Town Tonight," "Owluii Puck
to My Honey," etc.
Kurrr Oiiowkuh to Mkkt. The fifth
annual meeting of the Northwest Fruit
drowera' aMriocla'lon will be bold in
Cortland, commencing the second Tues
day lu January and continuing three
days. The membership of this Bi)cU
lion extends throughout the Cud lie
noithwest, and fruit growers from Ore-
von, Washington, Maiio ami nriusn
Columbia llend. As the date of hold
ing the annual meeting of the Oregon
atate horticultural society is also the se
cond Tuesday In January, Oregon fruit
irrowara will bn khlu to attend the bust-
lies' meeting of both orgsni.aliotiH, and
the general programme will or coiirao he
of a character interesting lo all fruit
FiiikndsOk Tiik Faiimkhb. It la said
thai an ordinary caterpillar increases
10.CHX) times In bulk thirty days Iron) tno
time It is hutched; I hat the food it grow
oil Is vegetable, lind tlmt 10,0110 cater.
pillars could destroy all the grans on an
aero of ground. The Insect population
of a single cherry Iree Infesied with
aphides was calculated by a prominent
entomologist to lie 12,0(X).(i00. Cultiva
ted coiiniry district are suaposod to con
tain from 700 lo 1,000 blrda lo a mile,
each of which consumes hundreds of
Insects each duv. If not wantonly des
troyed, the birds will keep the balance
between plant and Inaect life.
To Plat FixrniAi.i.. levers of the
popular game of football will be Intel'
ested In the one to be played in Gladstone
nark on Thursday, the 25111 lnt., at 10
a, m. between team composed of F.
Company hoys and a picked eleven from
the city. Lelghtoii Kelly will be captain
and J. U. Campbell, manager of r.
Company' teum. while Jim Church will
manage the picked teum and Charlea
l'line do the co.chlng. The alighninenl
linn not yet been fully determined tlon
hut sulll. ieiit is known to guarantee a
holley ctinieted game with honors
bout evenly tlivl led.
A Hidkwai.k Kou Mai'i. IAnk. The
Indies ol Mapl.) Lane will give basket
nodal at the Maplo Purie school house
Huturduy evening, November 13, to
rulne money to build a sidewalk from the
school house through tho I -sue, His
almost Impossible for little children t
wade through the mud to school to say
noihing ol the Injurious eir.'(:ts on their
health. Maple Lane is only about a
mill) from Iroin the city, the moon will
bn full on thai evening and Ihe roads
are good so that Oregon City can attend
and besides enjoying a pleasant eve
ning contribute to a worthy cause.
'A Forest Orchid."
This is the title of Mrs. Kll Miggln-
on' latest book, In which she publishes
a new collection of her storio of life
obtained from the Hound country, where
she lias made her home for some years
pust. The thread of sadness which runs
through all the writings of this brilliant
and popular author, while not entirely
wanting In the present liook, is not so
dominant and the brighter picture! that
make up the present collection add
greatly to Its artistic merit, "A Forest
Orchid," the first of the stories, gives a
wonderful picture of the grandeur and
depth of the great virgin forest, un
touched by the rude hand of man.
While the limit of each Btory is small
Mm. Hlgginson has so moulded the
character to confirm with their environ
mmila Unit each is a work of art. A
bcuutilul, refined young girl, filled with
vugue longing and aspirations, and
siim riorto the tordiness of her every
day life, mother rough and good
hearted and a rustic swain play the
principal parts, but so skillfully are the
stories handled that esch lingers in the
memory separate and distinct from the
others. The humor and palhoe of these
humble and uneventful lives is brought
out in thene delicate little dramas, while
their milting brings out the wondcrous
beauty of the everlasting hills that tower
while and glistening, keeping ceaseless,
silent vigils above the veils ol purple
Mr, llit-giiison's many friends and
admirers in this city will be eaceially
Interested in this last book. The book
in published by The McMillan Company,
fifgin and (l)(altftam
Advanced in price
The Low Prices which we established are still
in force. If you really wish to buy a bargain
in watches see ub before our present stock is sold.
BURMEISTER & ANDRESEN.
KIIIST OONOKKUAliONAL. CHUKCH.
Itnr. I. W. lit) 1 r, Pastor. Service, at 10 JW a.m.
ami I 'M r. u. Huinlny School alter mornluj
erne. Prayer meetlns I l.uia'lay ereinnx t
7.3)o,Klwk. Prayer meeting of Youm People'l
Society ol Christian Kudeavor every Sunday
veiling at 4:30 prompt.
riltST BAPTIST mi'RCH. - Rsv. M I
Ite.io, Paator Mornliis Service at l":l. Sunday
School at 11:15; Kveiilns Service 7:H0; Kexular
prayer meetliiK luuixfay evening. Mni.il.ly
t.oveiiaut Mee ting every Wedueedaf evenlrir
preee.lli.K the flrat Sunday In the mouth. A
Gonial Invltailou to all.
ST. 10IIJTH CHUKCH.CATIIOnC.-Rsv. A.
lln.UhKAHi), Paaior. On Suixlay maaaat Sand
1U.) a. . Kvery aecond and l.mrth Sunday
German aerinmi alter the S o'clock n.aa.
At all other niaaae. Knsllah aermoua. Sunday
Si'h.M,l at T.m) r. . Veapera, apologetics!
ublma and Benediction at 7:30 r. M.
MF.TIKiDIHT KPIHCOPAL CHl'KCH.-K' V.
1 1. J., m. f.ao.r Mornirir aervlce at 10:45:
Sunday School at 10:UU. Class meeting alter
morning .ervlre. Kvenlua service at 7:).
..- . L ... u.....,aw nlli l
r.i'woriu iaKw wcciiuK u ...... j 2 .
Jw; Prayer Meeting Thursday evening t7JW.
strangers cordially Invited.
riltHT PKKHBYTERIAN CHCKCH.-Rit. A
). Montgomery, Pastor. Serrieea at 11 A. a. and
7:u r. a. nanuam aenoo. ai iu .
People'a Mrwlety of Chrlatlan KnUeavor meet
very Sunday evening at 6:80. Ihu.sday
evening prayer meeting at 1 XU. Beats free.
KVANO'fUCAL CllChC H GERMAN Rev.
Erie'.. Pastor: 1. K. EhrsT A-l-tiit.
Prearliing services every Sunday at 11 A. M.
and 7 W P. M. Sahl.aih ftool every Sunday at
10 A. M.Mr. Ziinnmr.iiauSupt. Prayer Meeting
every I buraday evening
(iKHMAX M.'THKRAS ZI0N'8 COX
vreisuiional cl.iircli. ltev. K. hack, paator.
.Service, every Holiday at 11 A. M. Sunday
school st 10 A. M.
ST PAUL'S CHURCH-Epiacopal-W.
I). Williams, D. !., minialer in charge.
Hui, dav Hriiool at 10 a. m.. service, at 11 .
... ;.'mi, in .niivs i7:.'V) u.ni. even-
.Viev of Oregon
heDPV s nrc vjaner
The only first-class photo gallery in the city.
W. I. STALEY. Principal, Salem, Oregon.
We have told yon that a business education pay. Businessmen will tell you
Our graduate, will tell you the same. Certainly no stronger evidence i
wanted. This school is
Thorough, Practical, Progressive and Popular.
i. i. ,t. i,i., ;n t,nin. nractice methods. Students transact businew
thro igb the mails by the intercommunication system. Send lor catalogue, which
will tell you ail aooni ine school
To Ha I'kdk'atkii Sunday. The dedi
catory services of llio new lierman
l.uthern I'.uiaiiel church, corner J , (J.
Adams and Kight streets, will lake place
next Hnbhalh. There will Im services in
Hhlvelys llallatOa. tn. and In the church
I 10:30 a. in. when Key. C. Hueceler, of
Portland, and ltev. J F. Doescher, of
Tacoma, will preach in English and Kev
A. Krause in German. Lunch will be
served in the home opM)ite the church
at 1'.' in. The public ia cordially invited to
attend any and all ol the.e services.
Tiiiktv-Kitiitii Milhstosk. T. I-eom
ard (.'barman was 3S years old last
Thursday, and the event was celebrated
by a family reunion and dinner at the
residence o his mother, Mrs. M. M
Charmun on Main etrecl. There were
present: Mrs. M. M. Charman, Mr.
and Mrs. T. L. Charman ami daughter,
Mr. and Mn. E. K. Charman and
daughter, and Mrs. M. Diller, represent
fourgeneraliolis. All present did ample
iustii'e to the delicate viands prepared
in such luxurient abundance by Ihe
ia iiuoum.eii uy ic .m ..iih.. ""r" , i - r , . . ,
' ..... 1 ii.i 1, raver seriice v. Itli an adilress.
m Filth avenue. New ork, am! will oe (r,' A cordial invitation to all Hie aer
. . li .., .... .Iu !
SUi.lL'mi nt mo iu.a.i .
aent lo any
price ol f l.'.O
IIahs IU unko. The barn of J C.
Payoren, one-half mile east of Clacka
mas, was desl roved by lire about 3
o'clock last Tuesday morning, together
with 12 or 13 tons of hay, a horse, wagon
and other farm Implements. About laH)
partially covered by insurance. Ihis
nukes the secend barn Mr. Davoren Has
had destroyed by lire, having lost one in
the same way about two years ago,
This last fire Is supposed to have been
of incendiary origin.
Finkd Foa Assault. T. S. Stipp wti
arrested hist Wednesday and taken be-
foro Justice Pungaii at Molalla and lined
$.r and costs for an assault uoon his
father, committed on the Wednesday
nrevions at his iilaeo west of Molulla.
The elder Stipp makes his honw with
his son and they hud some sort ol a
misunderstanding resulting in the old
gentleman receiving a severe trouncing
at the hands of his sou.
Statu or Ohio, City orToLKUO. s.
Luc as County. J
Frank J. Cheney makes an oath that
he is the senior partner of the firm of F.
J. Cheney k Co., doing business in the
City of Toledo, County and State afore
said, and that said tirm will pay the sum
of ONE I1UNPKED DOLLARS for each
and every case of Catarrh that cannot
he cured by the use of Hairs Catarrah
Cure. FUASKJ, CHENEY,
Sworn to belore me and subscribed in
my presence, this Oth day of December,
A. D. 1MHI.
Hall's Catarrah Curo Is taken inter
nally end acts directly on Ihe blood and
mucous suilaces of the system. Send
for tentimonials, free.
F. J . CHEN EY, A CO., Toledo, 0.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Tills are the best.
Strayed from Willamette Falls about
Amrust 1st, a gray mare, six years old,
weight 1300 pounds height 10( bands,
collar mark on back of neck, one hip
sliithtlv lower than the other, a little
still" in Ihe shoulders. A liberal reward
for information loading to the recovery
of the animal.
J. A. Mokiinkb.
Heaver Creek, Or.
Notice In Tracliers.
All teachers receiviiij the Entkhckisk
fur school work will please notify this of
fice at the close of their term so that the
the paier may be discontinued. (Do
not sbiid notice until week of closing.)
Okkuon City Entkkphisk.
Undertaker anil Einbulmer.
K. L. Holman undertaker and em-
balmer. Oradnate of Embalming col
lege. Full stock of caskets and coffins
at prices to suit. Undertaking parlor in
Weinbard's building on Main street.
In Iowa Now. The Clinton Daily
Herald, a six column quarto, published
at Clinton, Iowa, under the editorial
management of J. K. Groom, baa reached
our exchange table. The Herald (.peaks
very highly of Mr. Groom's ability and
experience in the newspaper field, all of
which Ib heartily corroberatod bv his
friends hero. He entered upon the dis
charge of his duties last week.
Git and Maho.uk IUu,. F Company,
first regiment Oregon National Guard,
will give a grand masque bull on llmrs-
day evening, November '25, at the
Armory, hall. The very beat ol music
will be provided and no pains swed to
make the event a brilliant success.
TiiANKstiiviso Skkvicks. In accor-
.luiwn with their usual custom the mem
bers of the different churches in the city
will unite in Thanksgiving services tnis
year on Thursday, Nov. 25, at the Bap
tist church and Rev. 11. Ouerg, oi me
Methodest church, will preach the sex
iw With A Knikk, ThoHe fine,
juicy steaks and prime roasts to be ob-
' . . n
tained at Albright meat, maraei aia u
,i mirli a kinfe in the band of an
WANTKP TKUSTWOKTHY, ACTIVE
gentlemen or ladies lo travel tor re
sponsible estahished house in Ortgon.
Monti. ly tiioouana expense, rosmon wij
IU leren'ce. Kinlose sell-addressed stamped
envelope. The Dominion Company, Depl.
Mott's Nerverine Pills
t ration and
vT- isy. j.te.v,!' iW.ivsr.t the
i&)xi-ti WWHrSfcT- pmerative or-
lii.n.kk and At ihu isi.NU. cms of either
sex, such as Nervous Prostration, Failing or
einns. Vnntlift if Krmffi. Msnt.-.l Worrv. ex
cessive use of Tobacco or Opium, which
a a. .. ..- t i AA
lead to consumption ana insanity. 4.w
ua lm mnilt sC sATIVa ifr (LOO.
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MANUFACTURING CO., of- Clavelaua, Ohio.
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For sale by C. G. Huntley,
All oaln banished by Dr. Mile' Fain P1U
Hay and Feed
Bv the W. B. Conkey Company, the
largest publishers and manufacturers of
books in the United States. Finest line
of new holiday and other subscription
books on the market.
Also agents wanted for "The Silver
Side," the latest and best text-oook on.
the silver question by tlie ereat silver
leaders. Trices Below Competilion.
Write at once for circulars and special
terms, stating your choice of territory.
W. B. I ON KEY COMPANY.
341 351 Dearborn St, Chicago.
Can be had at reasonable
prices, wholesale or retail at
DEMOREST PUBLISHING C0.t
110 Fifth Avenue, New York.
3 Clarence Porter. Geo. C. Ilmieri
Horseshoeing a Specialty.
Any design of an iron or steel
shoe lilted up. All kinds of
repairing at reasonable rates.
Shop opposite Pope's hardware store.
fl Oregon City, Ore.
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Capt. J. W. Exon, manager.
Ed May, Local Agent.
retzold's Meat Market, Main, St.
H. W. JACKSON,
FARMERS . .
Your team will have the best
of care and
Full Measure of Feed
W. H. YOUNC, Prop.,
8uccsors to w. H. Cooke.
And all kinds of Bmall ma
chines put in good order. No
work to difficult to undertake.
Shop in Caufield building
Near Court House,
Livery Rigs on Short Notice.
Telephone No. 42.
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Transfer and Exjife,
Freight and parcels delivered
to all parts of the city.
RATES - REASONABLE.