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OMCCON CITY ENTERPRISE, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1898.
At (((itiil weatliirla a thliiK of tlie pant
there in no use of ouinilitlnliiK, but eon
lunt ourselves with rul-ilitkei apples,
MjM'orn, gloomy days and long dismal
There wu a pleasant Utile danre at
th res denee of 1'reae Uonney last Butur
I1. K. Uonney ml A. K. Hell were
visiting Mr rid Mr. Kyman, of filiul
wood, Washington county, last week.
The debating club held llielr election
UhI Wednesday. M. 0. Palmer wu
elected president) 0. LslTerty, vice
itri'itldmit ; Ksnnle Uonney, Bocretary ;
Kmry CIuiiIhtk, treasurer) It. Vedder,
critic i H, F. Dl, ttorneyi (1. Gorbett,
Cotton will huve shooting iiiatih on
Deintinber 24th for turkeys ftiid geese,
The young people of tin pleu-a re
going to work with t will, and making
II preparation for good entertainment
on the SWth. lUiikeU Urge, email,
tVautlful mid dainty wilt be Mold, Ilia
prced of w hich will go to ho!p build
Minn Minnie Carlson U again In our
initial. We ere glad to H'O Imr smiling
face among u once again,
A riiiiubnr of our young folk attended
the Klwood spelling echool lat Friday
night. They report a gran time. Home
of our leu are going to Klwood quite
often. What doea It mean boya?
Uahhki.ii, Nov. 28. We are having
Iota of rain. Ai all have their fall work
done we don't mind It, for that' what
inakea Oregon aure of good crop.
Mra. Hunt wu up U ber bom lately
looking after tier proiwrty. Bhe took
ber husband to Fair View to their
daughter! to be near doctor and be
died down there. Ai they had but the
one child, and Imr married, It leavea ber
We have quite a number of wldowi op
here In all and only two wldowera.
Miaa IUn Palrnateer la borne from
tour week' vialt to Dufer. Bhe report!
having bad very good time.
Moat every on baa sold their dried
fruit, and aa tbii part of Oregon can't be
beat for flue fruit, It waa quite en Item.
Mr. ltobert Miller la In Southern
Orevon roaectltt. We wlah him auc
School la progressing nicely In both
echool houses. Hot It bourne are pro
vided with nice belli.
Mra. Keath la vlaitlng at bcraUlora,
Mra. J. J. Devise. We hope it ien't t
taae of "marry In haatej repent at your
leisure," II so It adda one more to our
Mra. Porter goea to Napa, California,
on a visit to ber alater and family whom
aha baa not seen for 10 yeara or more.
All wlnli ber a nice viait.
Mr. II. Kppereon la away tending to
LI chop mill.
It la eurmlaed aoma of our moat
esliir.ehlo young ladles will take trip
to Eastern Oregon ere lung to preside aa
hounckM'per No. 2. We wish you Joy.
Mr. Juliua Astrlng made a flying trip
to see hia father and mot her. He la
wuikillK at Preaaant Home.
Mra. Henry I'alinateer la quite poorly
with lung trouble.
Mr. Lie Wllla bed the finest crop ol
potuliies on (he hills, some weighing 3
Mr. Holdino moved hie family to their
own house. .
Mr. Henry Andera baa made quite ex
tensive improvements on Ills buildings.
Will there bo ft wedding soon.
Mr. Henry I'almnteer 1 rushing thing
lively to gt hia lire plnce and lines built
ao aa to move his family in Boon.
Tim debuting and literary society are
having crowded houses at the Irvim
echool boiiHo. Hut with the exception
of a few iioiio have tho rand to get up
nd dim iiHa the question or take purt in
the literary. Aa there ia lota of good
talent among tho young poplu In thla
eoltloment its too bad to see them bo
timid, I know they cun make It one of
tho inont interesting pliices (If all try)
that Clackamas county can airord.
Mr. Win. rulmateer la over from lone,
Eastern Oregon, and all are glad to
ahuke bla big honoat band. He is quite
amitten with Eastern Oregon and says
be la doing well thore. We all Join In
wiahlnghim auueoaa. His daughter is
aoon to wed one of Ione'a fluent young
men. May joy attend thorn ia the wihIi
of all her friends.
Mra. lieorgo Covey, an aged lady had
paialytlo atroke while alone in the
house and fell against the stove in audi
manner aa to get ber clothes on die,
burning one foot badly and would have
burned to death hud she not regained
coiiHuiouHnesa to put out tho fire, aa ahe
ia well along In yeara Its not likely ahe
will entirely recover.
Mr. Sarver is Improving nicely under
the care of Dr. C.B. Smith.
Oswaao, Deo. 14 For the past few
daya men with teams have been hauling
and diatributing polea along the line
of the Tortland and Newberg telephone
route, as this line runa through Oswego
wa expect soon to have telephone com
munication with the metropolis,
The trtiNtees of the M. K. church era
contemplating tho building ol parson
age near their church In the old town, It
la exMtcted that the work will begin In
very abort time,
llulcherlng bogs ban been the order of
the day In Oswego aluce the cold weather
A gentleman who lives in the new
town told your reporter yesterday that
the wells of two of bla rielghliors bad
gone dry within the last few daya.
These wells havo heretofore had plentv
of waUir at all aeasons ol the year. Who
can explain this pbenomaiis?
John Iloala, of Mavger, was In
Oswego last Haturday looking for man
te make charcoal for him. It Is said
that ha secured the services of William
T. It. Haines, of Oregon City waa
visiting his parents here last Hunday.
Miaa Ada fox, who has been employed
In Portland for aoine time pant la now at
home quite alck with malarial fevsr.
Mm, Kv Iluaeand and tier twe Utile
girls of Oregon City waa visiting at the
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J, C.
Haines, on Sunday and Monday.
Miaa Mattla Fox, of the West Hido
vim ted her father and mother, on the
Confer place yesterday. .,
ImhI Monday night was red letter
night with I. 0 O. F. No. M at this
place, five novices rodi'thd frli-ky animal
called the goat. A number of visitors
from I'ortlan l and Oregon City were
preaent, among those from the county
seat were the slieriu and recorder. The
Keheccas had a aumptous leant prepared
to which ample justice waa done by all
Mra. Teresa Kramer baa removed from
ber home In Oawego to Portland,
What's the matter with Webfoot any
how T Is the question one bears moat
frequently now. Have we got a few
degree nearer the north pole, or has the
returning Klondikers brought touch of
Alaska weather with them.
DR. DARRIN, SPECIALIST
Submits LU! f Special Diseases lie
Treats Wild Electricity and
PRIVATE DISEASES Gleet, Gonor
rhea, Stricture, Syphillia, Weakneaa of
Organa quickly cured without pain or de
tention from buslneaa.
LOST MANHOOD and vigor quickly
restored ; varicocle, weak and undevel
0ed parta fully reatored.
LADIES who suffer from apathy, in
difference, nervous deblillty or diseases
peculiar to women, can consult the doc
tor with pei feet confidence.
IlLADDEU, Inflammation Cystitis,
Catarrh of the Bladder. These diseases
Invsriably yield to this treatment.
VA1UCOCLE. Hydrocele, Piles, Fis
tula, Hwelllng and Tenderness of Ulanda,
and Shrunken Organa treated with un
KIDNEYS, Inflammation of the Kid
neys, Diabetes, Congestion of the Kid
neya, Uraemia, (travel, Stone, all aclen
tlllcally and successfully treatect,
HLOOD AND SKIN Diseases, Pores.
Sh)Ih, Pimples, Scrofula, Syphilitic
Taints, Tumors, Klietimutixm, Erup
tions, etc., promptly cured, leaving the
system in a pure, strong and healthful
YOUNG MEN, II you are troubled
with tired feelings, gloomy forebodm:,
palpitation of the heart, hot thirdics,
blood riiHliing to the head, ringing in
the ears, wnndcring mind, weak memory,
dark circles under the eyes, di.ziness,
poor appetite. slupidncHS, despondency,
lot's of energy, ambition and self-contt-deuce,
which absolutely unlit you for
study or business you tdiould take treat
ment before it is too hue.
MIDDLE-AGED AND OLD MEN,
There ure thoiiMiinda of you troubled
with weak, aching bucks, and kidneys;
and oilier untiiiHttikithlu signs of nervous
debility and premature decay. Many
die of this dilliculty, ignorant of the
cause, which ia the second t-tnge of
seminal weakness. The most obstinate
cases of this character treated with un
HEART, 15UAIN AND NERVES.
Dillicult breathing, and suffocating feel
ing, fullness of the head, a tired, irri
table, discontented fueling and fear of
impending danger or death, a dread of
being alone, or the reverse desire to be
alone, if your memory is falling, and vou
are gloomy and despondent, or if you
dream much or often and have an aver
sion to society, you are suffering from a
serious disease of the nerves, brain and
heart. You have no time to lose. Call
at once at 205 Morrison itreet, Portland.
Honrs, 10 to 15 j evenings, 7 to8;Snn
daya 10 to 12. Examination free and
confidential. Circulars and question
blanks sent free. No cures published cf
a private nature. Batteries and belts
furnished by Dr. Darrin.
Croup Is the terror of thousands of
young mothers because Ha outbreak is
so agonising and frequently fatal.
Shiloh'a Cough and Consumption Cure
acta like magic In cases of Croup. It has
never been known to fall. The worst
cases relieved Immediately. Price 25 cts.,
50 eta. and $1 00. C. O. Huntley, the
DO YOU NEED ANY
Ion, Ita, Gta, Hi
OR OTHER BUILDING MATERIAL?
: 00 TO :
C. H. BESTOW D CO.
Low Prices. First-class Goods.
Corner Uth and Main Streets, Oregon City, Oregon.
Tho Event of tho Season.
Grand fllilitary Ball
At Armory Hall, Oregon City, Or.
iiiix : fee.iill
Given by Separate Company F., O. N. G.
Full Company in Uniform.
Admission 75 cts. Ladies free to dance Spectators 25 cts.
All are cordially invited to attend.
Floor Managers L. Rail, S. Godfrey, D. Willey, Jas. Charles, II. Hains,
nncrs 50 cents.
I, 4th St.,
mil n.... r-T.jiisfayi ii nHPM "I"" " j , jt-irv""11-'
Are the Best Wagons
Possible to Build. . . .
Always Havo Been, Always Will Be
A reputation maintained for Go years is a better guarantee
of a Rood wagon made of best materials, properly sea
soned, than all the promises and assertions of manufac
turers' agents and dealers in new-named unknown wagons
combined. Manufacturers of Mitchell Wagons pay 25 to
35 per cent, above the market price of the best wagon tim
ber for the privilege of culling over, selecting and skim
ming off the cream of the best wagon stock. This is ABSO
LUTE FACT and the MITCHELL WAGON POSITIVE
LY IS A SUPERIOR ARTICLE.
And KNOW that you have
Mitchell Lewis &
First and Taylor
YOU CANT DO IT.
A Wild Horse. We want you to come
In and see our line of men's elegant
shoes. Perhaps you've noticed them in
the window. Well, yon just can't wear
them out. A wild horse might. But
even wild horse, feeling how easy tbey
wear! and what "give" tbey have in
every part night poesibly tame down
nd wear tbem. We want yon to aee
them. They are eminently a gentle
man's shoe, etc.
The Ilcst J5-cent
Lunch in the City.
Short Orders at all hours.
- - - - Portland, Or.
the BEST that can be made.
ets., Portland. Or
The present of a boon Is a compliment to
the recipients literary (antes and there la no
ttriwr war or renieriincriiia vour mende
Jast 1 blaL f III Beanilful nation
arjr in bout Iroiu 6 ceta to 3 a box. Oar
llnidli dlaplajr of Xmas noteltiei tins
year win surprioe you, ana rricrn will be
lower than vr.
CHARMAN & CO.
Cut, Cui-lUWi Uruggiits.
Phone 18. Mail Orilert Solicited .
YOU TKT IT.
IBbiloh'a Cough and Consumption
Cure, which is sold for the small price of
25 cents and 50 rents end 1 1.00, does not
cure taae me oouie riaca ana we win re
fund your money. Hold for over fifty
years on this guarantee. Price 25 cents
and 50 cents. C. G. Huntley, the Drug
gist. - .
For bargains in dry goods, boots, shoes
or clothing, attend the sacrifice sale of
the Charman etwk, at the old stand on
Main atreet, O'egoa City.
ANTED-BI VF.RAL TKUtTWOHTHY PER--una
In hi s me i manc cor buain. aa i i
t ! .wo o I "enrtiy uuti.a. iti m iaW I-
n- -ik biia -o at . o ue. al ry irnai
iMVayar ni eip' l Unit b oitide, do
m. ie,no e aa laiy. M n niy . a laienev.
E c feU-addrs " a anii.-d dt.o, Her
ban E. H., Prcau, IX p . M. C Jeao. -a
t auM foaTLAi.0.
S fk m.
salt Lake, Vmm, Ft
(a. . . t . U"
t. una, umu
a.a City, at Loaia,
1:4) p. m.
Walla Walla. Bpokaoa,
MiDnaapolu, hl rani.
Da loth, Milwaukee,
10 115 1
voicaso ana hh.
10 a. m.
Dal es, BooBSTttl.
6 ,80 p. uu
Munnomah ralli.t; a
e.le buck-, and H ou
7 v m.
I p. m.
all Sailing Data anbject
Sail U c. S, b, 13,
IS, ii, aa i 2-.
8 D. m.
To Aiioria at d Way-
lOXJU p. m.
J0 p. ni
OrpR-on City, SewhrrK,
-alem and VVnjr-Lmd.; a
7 a. m. IWilliimtteandYanihlil
Tuea, Thurj Kivera
andsa.. Urexon i;ity. uaytoa.
6 a. t".
Tu. .i h ir
au i .-a .
rou.Mii . in CJivnl.le
aul VY y Laml iiKS
4:30 p. m.
. ue. ihu '.
a iJ fa:.
Kiparia to Lew in! on
D dly Ex.
W. H. HURLBUKT,
Gen. Pass. Agent, Portland, Or.
F. E. DONALDSON, Agent,
EAST AND SOUTH
THE SHASTA KOUTE
SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY.
Express Trains leave Portland Daily.
Lv Fortlaud Ar
Lt OraeonCity Lt
Ar S. Francisco Lt
8:52 r. M.
7:45 a. M.
The above trains stop at all stations be
tween Portland, Salem, Turner,
Marion, Jetferaon, Albany, Tangent, Sliedds,
llaUey, Harrisburg, Junction City, Ensile,
Cottage Orove, Drain, Oakland aud alt sta
tions from Kosf burg to Ashland inclusive
Rebatu tickets on sale between Portland,
Sacramento and San Francisco. Net rates
$ 17.00 tirst class and $11.00 second class in
Kates and tickets to Eastern points and
Europe. Also JAPAN, CHINA, HONO
1,U LIT ami A U8TRAL1 A. Can be obtained
from E. E. BOYD, ticket agent, Oregon City
ROSEBURO HAIL (Dal!
8:S0a. m. I L Portland Ar
:2A. M. I Lt OregonCity Lt
6:20 r.M. I Ar Roaeburg Lt
west Side DiTislon.
ROSEBURO HAIL (DallTi.
BETWEEN PORTLAND AND CORVAUJB.
Hail Train, Dally (Except Sunday.)
7:30a.m. I Lt Portland Ar 5:S0r.
11:Ma.m. Ar Corvallla Lt 120r.
At Albany and Corvallli connect with trains
ol Oregon Central & Eastern Railroad.
Express Train Daily (Except Snnday)
4:60p.M. I Lt Portland Ar 8:25a.
7:80 P.M. I Ar McMlnnville Lt I 6:60 A.
1:80 p. M. Ar Indepaudenoa Lt 1 4:60 a.m.
AJt't O. f. and aas. Agent
By thj fast
Leaves Portland daily except
Sunday at 7 a. m.
This is the Great Scenic Routs.
AH tourist admit that the scenery
on the Middle Columbia is not ei
celled for beauty and grandeur in
the United States. Full informs'
tion by addressing or calling on
J. S. BOOTH, Agent,
Tel. 914. Portland, Or.,
Office and wharf, foot of Oak St.
Steamer G. W. Shaver,
Portland foot of Washington atreet Tues
day, Thnrsday and Sunday evening at
5 o'clock Returning, leaves Clatskanie
Monday, Wednesday and Friday even
ings at 6 o'clock. Will pass Oak Point
about 7; Stella 7:15; Mayger 7:25;
Rainier 8:20; Kalama9:15; St. Helena
10 :30. Arrive in Portland 1J0 a. m.
Tbii ia the nearest and most direct
route to the great Nehalem valley.
Shaver Transportation Co.
SCHEDULES OF TIME
SOUTHER PAC1IMC RAILWAY.
Jalllornla Exoreas (throngh)
rg Local (way atationa)
aoeebarf Local (way atationa)
California Expreaa (through)
8:. p. I
BT aoDTRSaR PACIFIC XlLLaOAfX
Mall eloaea go nf North, 1:00 p. n.
Hail cloaca nnir 8ouch,9.00a. m. and :) pm.
Ma ldltr bu eJ (rum North 7:30 p. m., 10 IS .ip.
alil du.ilbukd from sou.h ;10am, 1:40 p. In,
av ba8T aica axacTKic um
Mall cluaea for fjrtiand aud diitribnUaf
poiuta, li noon, ud 4:45 p. m.
Mail clo-ea lur Uiloukea only, 8:45 a. m..
1:45 p m.
Uil orrlTea from P irtlanU, 11:30 a. in. and
4:15 p. m.
Oregon City toF.ly.Carui. Mulino, Liberal and
Molalla leavea at 12 m. aud arrivea at li a.
Oregon City to Beaver Creek, Mink, Clark.
Meadow Brook, In ion Mills, aud Cultou.leavn
it a a. m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday,
and re: u r in ou following dart at 4:45 p. m
Oreou City to Vloia, Loan and KedlHrut
leavea Oregon City Monday, Wednesday aul
Friday at 1.00 i, ai., leaving Viola aame daya
Or-.-tfon City to Willamette, Staff irl aud
rt'ilouvlhe, arrivea at lo:'i a. m. and leaven at
11:30 a. in. daay.
Uenernl del: very niodiw ia ofK-n on Miudajr
from 10 to 11a, in.' A.l ljiur.d'ui p.o nit tB
box ai the n or I- fiomp'.ly k I off 8nn lay,
n on on e' d
A:i Kaatvru ui ul lhat t delayed an t fnlla
irriveo i 9:30 a. m., S. f. tr..iu will cme ou
sVlvcfc or 4:1j e.ectr:c car.
Livery, Feed and Sale stable
LOCATED BETWEKN THE BRIDGE AKB
Double and Single Rigs, and sad
die horses always on hand at tbe
lowest prices. A corral) connected
with the barn for loose stock.
Information regarding any kind or
stock promptly attended to by person ol
Horses Boueht and Sold.
Homes Boarded and Fed on reason
Pk .4 utsiarm
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qnlcaly ascertain our opinion free wnetner $i
Invention la probablf patentable. Comnmntaa
tlona atrietlv eonddentlaL Handbook on Patent
aent free. Oldeat atrancy for aaearlng patenta,
Patenta taken tbroueh Munn A Co. receive
apeiaJ notict, without connte, in the
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eulatlon of any scientlde tourual. Terms, tat
year ; four months, L Bold by all nawadealera,
Branch OSIoa. Ot V Bt, Waahlngtua, D. 4I
thliia to amXtsM
ther may bring yow waalia.
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Washington, D. fur their gl.uu prtaa uses
at lwa haaxlnd ia-Uoea) waataa.
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