Oregon City enterprise. (Oregon City, Or.) 1891-194?, March 31, 1899, Page 5, Image 5

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OIUCOON CITY KNTKUPMSE, FltlDAY, MARCH 31, 1809
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lalrl tlit li ami anotlinr k'""'"1""
wir In Hi vlrlully of tlm uliootliitf, tlm
tilnlit It (Hcurnd, mitl, In tart lu md llin
I10U Illi irtiifr liNriI four allot Imt
lie only ilotmlfJ tlifr. TI10 roiiiiiila
uliinnr alatml ttiat lit) wa not H"K
aroiiicl alioollug at oilii, Tliat tlm
law ll'l not glvri Mm ttiat vla), In
waa lliankfiil to lay. Il nnl'l tliat tlm
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An Kxccllciil C'oinblnatloii.
Tlia plraxHiit iiii'IIkwI ami liriicfii'lul
tfTufU of tlm well known nriH-'ly,
hrinl' of lloa, iiih nil fart 11 rcil by the
('Ai.iroiiaiA rio hviac Co., IlliiniraUj
tlia valuoof olitiilnlnif tlm )l'ulil liixu
PILOT'S LEG,
Hi llf.lrrr il lb
a I ram I'riiprllrr,
8in.l wlnn yc:U
am wr ( k'l on I.aku
hrln (lurliiR tlm Knl' tliat ar coiiimon
on thnt tn-ii' ln roua wutT, for w
jw:t N(h tlilriK t Inn, " on 11 a Ink
kl(i-T, "Int mIimi iirm la Kronndwl on
a rli'iir (ly ami wrw kwl ok a courue a
clmr na the dny In Uii linn'l of a jillot
tli.it knowa Dm K'ouml liko a Look wo
nularally womli.r a liitlt am want to
now tha mhy ami wbi-ri lnr-iL Hm h
wik tlm chh of tba jrnjyrlli-r Kmuio K.
I'lck that went aKiouml mar I;nr point
ami waa lout with a fiO.'JW) caro.
"Thi captain of thn Honan K. bad
aallml nicct-aofully bundnidt of llinoi
Lulwfi I'olut 1'i lne and I'.at point and
In all kind of weather, and Ihii time
ho had a whf i linnn who waa known
iri'iitlv vt tri itii ti I v and friulilinir one
ahota had lwii lln-d hy paitii-a for tli I to ovurniiiin Imliiluiil i-mmtlpiitloii m t-
into a mani'UllV. Jia M-rmtl irrriiuni iriii
fK-ry oiJ'i'Uiin.'ioin quniiiy biki nu
rMMo aanxia
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nirM(cn if diawltiK Ida alU-ntion
trii k that tliry wpim trying to lay on
liiin. A I'otk linn had Ih-i-ii atii'l ln-d
arroM Dm atrram to inak it MMr ihat
a n't Hi' I waa out. II" yot wind of lint
Kiiiib howfvrr, and tlia trirk waa a fail
urn. C'l aim 11 k WAa lr.ivNAi null. l!w
coi'li'r loin Itamlall liaacnininiMiit.il anil
n tlm rlrcnlt roiirt aualnat Mra. A. K.
Mar'.in, and Imt liiinlmml, (I, K. Mjrlln,
to ii'iurf a jili-re of 1 rox-rly that I In'
di f' lulitnt anrf',1 to pay IV) fur, in com
l Iriatinil of I hi dii'd to iMinn Immiik ex-Willi-.
I and turned over to lnr. Tlm
land at Imh Ii lot 1:1, In IiIih k 3, ol
Mount riruiiaiit al'litnn. Ilia com
ilalnt allrfa aulmlanlially, aa fulloma:
That Hi di-li'ii.laiil, Mia. A. C.Martin,
and li-r iiilnd. i K. Martin, ari-nd
to pay pUinliir, Tom ItamMI, tlio mini
tle priiirlpi-a of planU known to I f,m tu, of the lake to the other aa
mcdWiiHlly laiiitivn ami pri M-ntlnif on ()f ,b( el(.rt ualii(llt',llt iD
Uii.mliitlwf.riiiiiMlMrrhliito toalurn He had Un lying
tajitfl and ai-'ilitttldo to tlir yiUm. It 1 , , ... 1.
la tl. onif iHTfi-i t atri i.tfih. i.lnif la- I P '"r wyKnod rmoa
1 1 v.. i l..i.iisini 1 nvKt.-m i-ffi-rtiinllv. 1 that owlntf to an ao ldi:nt to one of bia
diM-lllii(f tolilt. lii-adtti lii-K and f. vria ! lujia that lg hud to he ampatatod to
aave hla life. The lout meiiiU r wai te
I pluird by an artificial 1 K. and tbeg the
; pilot waa ready to take hla pot at the
i wIih I attain. Ilia Crt ai rvhe after hla
1 tiiiiif' rlun waa thia trip of the Hunan
j E. !' k, and ho ran Ik r ei; round.
Y 3BS0LUItLV tllBE
Makes Uic food more delicious and wholesome
Oval ajjarMar) PfmrfM Mi , Vaf.
ON THE OPEN TRAIL,
atan . and ita ai-tlnir on Hip kldm-va,
llu r ami lnvi-U. tvithnut wi-iikcnlni
or Irritating thi'iu, iiinkn it thu idritl
himitive.
In t lui priM-i'ft of liiiinufiicMirlnif fU'
ari UM-d, an tln-v arn pliuMint to tin
tiiKte, Imt tlm iniMiii'iiiiil iiiulitii-(if tin
rriiii'dy arn ol.tulni'd from avima and
i.tliir aroiiiutli! pliintn. Iy u rrn-lhod
known Ul the f'Al.iroaiA lr Hi Svlil'l'
O. only, In ordT U jrrt l'i I'rnntij'inl
'fTi-;ta and to avuld iiiiltiitli. ph'iiM
ruiiii'iulMT tlm full 11 11 mi' of il.cCiimpnny
prlnt4-l mi tlm fronlof pvtrv pn' kiitr'.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
AN rKANt-jaf-O. CAL.
iuiavtLi.a. ar. aiw yoax. m. t.
Vol ulc I7 all ltuK(tila-l'lk ioc. l UittM
Tlio pozlo to eti-rylxxly wua bow
It waa poimiLIu f r the propeller, ban
died Ly a mini f u( Ii k 11 and eip" rl
fi(u, on a alruiht cotiroe only 40 ml lea
ou and with iv ry ailii'K condition
fuvorahlu, to leave bercourm. The pilot
waa the iii't puzzled and abounded
per'ii of all. Iiw am got another Tea
, ael, and thia dtiu hn run in u( bao tr
im lo manner, but fortunutely witb uo
' dimiitrou renclt, t!iut bu wn rnmpid
I to ivivo hi r up, and bia ui fuluera aa a
I pilot waa t!i.u: U and other went to
i invrxtiliatiuK to aen if they could dia-
THE LOCAL NEWS.
a Will l't llaaa. Tlm inani(i of tlm
llametta Valley Cliautauipia Aawx la
n, bava lately ren-ived the Inloruii
II that Ham Jolien. tlm lamoiia
DMurer, ml pieailu r, will appear at
jadxtnna I'aik Ihia a-oii. The nea
la highly K'all'i inif to tlm tnaiiairra
(j He, aa thry feared that Jidiimi fiom rr
.fct devflopmenta the renown wit
jlfjilt J not 1 (ine out lor Km lliduri liient
,Trd. It krrma tliuiili, -viT)'lhiti:
"U pot been aatinfa. toilally arrant,'' 1.
'fA I'tTiai lloaoan JuM'ph II.
'.'.'ueiten td thia rlty, aiipriiiiteiideiil ol
I ' o J'k reielvr.l lat from
'nti emperor of (iermany, a mr.UI for
t'-'fyli'ea rendeied durtntf the wara of
" (4, WA, Jh70 71. Tlm medal la formed
aa)tn a I i i' of I'renrh ratnioii, raptured
t ti e Wwr of 1;(I-71. It la Imavily
of jtiat aa mciri aa pla'litiir Meeuted
ami turned over to the di'femlant, tlm
deed In tlm aald lot; that tlm die.) wi
given over a airrvrd, but ref iaed lo pay
Itm $.'), ami lo further delraud the plain
liir.il laalletted that the deed m tv
' fjrded ; and aulnM-ipiently the defemlaut
t cover what waa wrong witu 111 iea-
! for me, and I am convinred arn jimt aa.ujuiii.tiip.
ratable ol makiiiK themai'lvea famoiia 1 " Afli T awbilo they diHTOVtroO what
aa tl.em Ha-tern lad, if only they have , they believed wa the trouble. In the
an opportunity to prove their metal." : ! rtilicial l n r-r..u deal of itel
bad keii UM'd iu the j iut and other
Thla paltry earth and th low hun iky,
I.lko a lltllo tTit around It,'
To cramp"! I find lo l. at home.
Too cramped I alwaya found Ik
Blnra I waa aver a vaaaUind,
A vf raot-fojt n1 rovr, .
Oh.alva m th wldlh of lh akla to roam
When my aartlily daya ara over!
tet m out whera worUt th mlUatom-a
ar,
WrWl tha unreatln alara walk my way-.
tint, out, wher a man haa llow ruoul
To travel hla old tlm hlKhway!
And when th Journey la don Ood rrnt
That orm lorm Inn I f nd ma
Whi-r I may nior and art but hr
And cIoimi lh drKr behind m!
-Arthur J. irlri.--r In Almlca'a Mat.
aln.
Maori WoMieo.
The Maorl,vtn-n ' f Acnlatla bavt
their ritibta fl'ioriebiuKonea. Grn'-ral-Jy
they have little vole or choice in tbe
aeleejion of tbeir fir it ho-l.auda, bat
Sunday Services.
(i VMM AX KVANOF.I.irAL I.T7TII
KKAN IMUAM'aL CHLKUf-t'orricr
KiKhih and J. U. Adarna atrveti; I'.t.
Krneit J. W, Mara, paiior. hiiniav hiA
a( 10 A. M., aeekly aerviret vrry Thuradaf
at a V. M. firrriieii aeliiMd every Haiunlay
from 9 to l'i. Kvrrybody Invited.
HT. JOHXa rilfriCH.CATH0f.lr-Rv. A.
Hiu.aaaABD, fUit. On Hnaday na.tai a nJ
10 Mi a. a. Every eond and fourth aunday
Oerman aermoo after tha a o clock ata.a
AI all othar ma4ea Knall.h anrmoM. rJiinday
avhoril at I ft r. a. Vaapera. apol'teilcal
aubleeia and BimJIctlon at IMr. a.
HRTHOI'IDT RPI-ICOPAL CltrRCn.-R.-r.
II oie-r, fa.lor. Morniii aervira at In
aundar ) h'l at 10 iu. (:a taemliif all?
Di'irrilii( aervlea. Evealnf irrvlra al 130.
I Kpworth la(iit meetina Miiodaf aveulnr at
fi.il. frayer M-rtln( Tburaday titului t 7..r.
1 traiijera eurdlallv Invited.
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; f!KHT FRf itBYTERIAIt CHTRrn.- KtT. A
I J. Mou'loin- fT. Parlor. Hervir.t al II A a. aud
1 M p. a. Malhath rlrhix.l at in a. M. Yo .n
Periiile'r rkirut of ( krlrtlnD Endeavor meeia
verjr aumlajr veil I n al Mi. llnrxlay
thetr inav. and freonently do, cbantre venlD prartr aieetlna atlJO. aii fr.
them. A woman may trad, her bu.batidj KVAV.,U(;AL cilVKCH-r.r.KitAr
willioni ao niucu aa a coiuiuuut kow Krtrl i-a.u.r;- i. u. Eaarr A-i-um.
M
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biadiar reditntlier. tourtabip la aiwayi every imiraday vninf
trief and dot-a nut often preface mar-
w iiii'mi wj a..uM , r.ririi, raau.r. j. h. r-aaar a-m-wii
thenublic. without tbe lliKhteat atnudue ' fr-arhirif -rvlre very Monday at 11 A. J
, i ,.i.. . l :,.. and 7 M P. M aahhaih arhool trrry Hiindar i
on her good name, and it ii nothinn lo . 10 A M f Mp z,n,mni..a aupt. rnr Mee'tt
8T PAl'l.'H EPISCOrAf, CUVl'SH
lr. P. K. llaiiimoml, Pectnr. H-rviie
m, and 7'Ji p. iu.
Maori widow not Infrequently ' """"i 100 ei.T ixrvic verr
a ' I b VIiIbH atiaiili.it a, ff T f I llfrtaaa Kaa I i a tat
may tie announced. All aeaU free, birtuf -ert
cordiailv invited.
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X PonulUfa View. , J,,,r",, """ "
1 bo did while atet-ritig, tliia itet-l di-rang-
IIakmoxv, Man-h 2.V To tlm Kditor) j e(j tlje C0U1,ui , that it threw tbe
Tlm Oregotiian calla the laet leulalature j hvtluiau way oil bia reekouiug and
a tir- at Kraltiim; inatitution. I lielieve it j led to tbe wronK piloting that bud
lobe tlm greateat we ever had, a wrecked the truaan K. I'tck and cndttti
never ha I ao many irrafia put in aa at the ! K" J the other vom-I that the wbel-la-t
aeion, ea,., la!ly for the taxpayera j jl.eluetitjy. Thia wa.
miai urj nrriui.u. mii iiiiiwunu.ig
the correctuer of the theory the pilot
....I . I ....I I.. . II... I . 1. ,r
, , . ,'of ('larkamaa county. A i gral'intf
the ailtn of Iheiefoln. the lUiurllP ... ,, , , .....
pr.v.for.dec.cfiom tlm , rt. order- "", '"'w K " 7'""-" ,nM " t.x.k cbare of a ve.M I without wear-
Ing defendant t, liver id deed, i J"? ' '"''' " ; '.' log hi. fain. leg. Everything worked to
I, iJi-r'm I- ',--1 on. .1 , llJUriU. A ll-J IU) Pi' I J - I1IU .unuu I.
. . i . .. i .i. f. i. i , l.i. 1 . .......
I tnai we cannot realize any oeneui irorn i-eca waa aoivi-o, auu iuo- uoi io
! we are going ot vraft it to aoiuethiug J atured to bia old place in tho confidence
and that tlm aamn I cani elli'd ; am
aillticleiil protertion bn kirirded llm
moitiragen,
I better and that ia what I call reform,
Who LlinTiia Mi'nii?-Tlm Arid of W eannot graft without hurting the old
of Lake F.ne kip r and venttd own
! era." Now York Sun.
the week while umo liahermen were tree and aoiin-ti.ni' it lake a long liner lo.lh Ali,rrc.-, s0lcld WIJ.
drifting in the Clai kanua river, al aj f 'te it he!, but the cut haa to ,uj 0thirpurtof South
(mint near tlm railroad bridge, about t ' made. I U lievo tlmrn aa a.-nit gool America tbe rjilivi kuow and fear a
oYI.uk at night, ouie iinki'ov,n -r ami grafting done for Clarkama count), but j certain condition of tbe air wbicb tbey
.1.,.,. fl,.l .i,i i...i. .i ii It i mv I ilul it not lui't to liav tlnee com-i can luituif inu
wadik that it wa imK.aaibln to I niifaioner for ('la. k,amaa lountr, load
lellwhudid llm al noting. Strong mi- ' auH'ivlnr to In- elected by tbe K-ople,
iiu ionaare Imlulg.-d bv llm tlal.eruit-n ' aherill a (alary cut f.TH), reror.Ier a f.MKI,
- w - . i i , i , ii ' inn uuru
that it aa the new deputy ll-h lomiiiii- cli rR a ;Mleuur.l of prifoi era to I let lo ' ,),,
. . . . I i.. .. .. i : i i. , ..... :..i 1 ...
It la not a lupiralilinn, bat an actual
condition of the atuiorpbere wbicb
uvuii to drive the people to uiadnea.
; and during ita con tin ounce aelf inflict-
It-a.-rt bill li-r.liti.'ant to 'uv inii lu't to
- i . . i . i . i i. i. r...
aiener, no iii.riiRruro r''" revuner lor i
i Hi i.l r.iL'lii,.iiiiii tlm n en au.v tlm toiiti'v in I lie nervice u patM-n I y the
1 . l.l I I - I .. .1 I ..I. . .. . . ' I
lflw vu "".:""ru,,"",,""lf.rll.hing during the , h-d reanm. aa
l rgure. nm rerun, a ie aci-oiiiaiiy
are nuineroua.
ringe. Tbe Maori, However, love io re
rx-at oriental love tale and aing lov every Hur.lav at Ita.
u,n. Maori wi.lmva not lnfreouentlv ' H'iriday cho., at 10 o rl
commit auici'le on the grave of tbeir
boiband and are honored for doing ao,
. . I.. r-l. l:m t Ii vr.,r-a 1. mi III f. I II it 1t't
",uv"" ,"i GKKMAX I.CTHKP.AS ZI0V8 CON-
DO revenue, employ no oAkera. He , fVftuUuuti Clrc...-Kev. F. a. k, tetor
torni berout of doora, and both are free trvicei very rinnday at 11 A. M. fiandaw
to remarry. Thia ia all. uirJa are oilen , acnooi at io a. h.
betrothed irrevoratly from Infancy.
v i n .-i r ( s g i : eg a t i o n a l c iu- p. r i ,
eorrerof lln and Eleventh trt lU-i.
K. H. ttoliinirir, pastor. Moniinir aarviro
10. Sunday rtoboul 12; Jurnor Endeavor
S: Y. P. !. t;. K. Dravr mee'iriK ti.rjf.
n j evening aervlre 7:-'W.
Mm a i.ovr.i:.
IU turned with Uiegtnd from
otherw ice lovable girl with an olTentive
t.reath. Karl'a Clover Hoot Tea rurifiea I
il.et.re.il. bv ita arti.m on the tKiwel. ; ette hall, Sundav morning kervice, 11
Chriitian S'ience meetingi at Wil!an-
etc., aa notbin? elfe w'dl.
on alolute giurautie.
Sold for years I o'clock ; Sunday school, 1 2 ; weekly meev-
Price 2i eta.
and 50 cU. C. l. Huntley the Diuisginta-
If yon have a couuh, thrjat irritation,
weak lungs, pain io the tlie tlillieult
breathing, croup or horene, let ua
aungent One Minute Coti-h Cure. Al
waya reliable and safe.
Geo. A. Hardiso.
ings. Wednesday evening at 8, except
firat week of each month, when meetinc
will le held on Thursday evening at 8
A fine parlor oran for mIb on eaay
term at the Oregon City Anction Houae.
A fine parlor org;tn for aale on eaay
teima at thu Oregon City Au'itioa House.
Thre paix-ra lor
on eighth page.
Uead our offer
urns i nit n-riuii iia Hri-tiiiiitaiiv- .. ....... ...
I j writ nr III uir Illi umillin, nil. I ll Hi nnj
i It near, m- P.g.i.Mirn ... .... ...,..,-,er j ))i(.r u , r t . i t . a t .-,1
-1 the interior, von .ler lie.clm, and lalT n nv .
Mnnteralgnrd by the tiermau coiiaiil at
Jutland. Mr. Knntan waa a corttoral
r4 the Stventh ICeltialh lniraara.
'jTrUcitiuV AawH iArioK. A large niim
r of lead. era and educator from
Wkama county, and aonm from M ilt
imah attrnded tlm iducational aaata-i-'ii
at Milwaukln Saturday. Tlm follow
Sit program waa rendered: "Teinm,"
i rlnloinlcnt N. W, Howlaml ; "Phonic
rial; al,"S T. Adarna ;"i:xmlloii of the
""reiii'h bom Acad a.'WIra. Helen Kinear
On; "Arllliinetic,"Siinrliitemlent Ann
Irong, ol Multnomah 1'tninty. Mimical
eltH'tloni and recltatloua, alno were In
ernerned. A big dinner wa forv.-d,
fjid this feiiKt and thn aix niliillly that
tent with it proved an impoilaiit feature
, if the program,
f Comcaky F lnai'M'mi. Coinpiiny F,
J5aptaln Fred Metsner, was Inapecled
Monday night, by Major Juhitx, of Port
land. After pulling tlm Ikiv through a
rigid di 111 In thu manual of anna, and
he practice of marching, and gun in-
ptictlon, rcaiilla highly Mitlrifurtory to
ho ollU'lul inaprtor, were attained.
Captain Melr.iier lui workiul fuithfullv
bring Ilia men up to their pieaent statu
of ellloioocy. Thu members of tho com
puny liuvo been willing mid eager to
jeitru, anil have aHmnhh'd for drills w ith
ATediluhln rcguliirlly. A largo number
cf spectators were presont at the InNpec
lion, fully hull ol whom wernjiidicri.
1-oukOit Iaii Saii 1 tloorgn Sinitli,
a colored biiot-bliick, who has his afiiml
In f . out of Itnidy'M miiIooii, on Mnin slrent
in Into a heap of troubln. Hn rcceivid
bility ol ita member w ho run the rii-k
ol llrhlag bvf'irn llm seamm opetia, bow -ever.
At a special meeting it wan
agired that anyone of their number nr
rekteil under these circumatauct-a, would
have lo fight out hla own cam. The
union will not appropriate any money
for his inolei tlon in tliia couiati.
Mxkts With Oitomtiox. The ipies
lion of the council putting in a sewer
system back on the hill to tup tho leci
dent district, i meeting with more oppo
sition from proerly lioldeis than luid
lieen anticipaled at fimU Al the
council last w'ttek a reiiionatrance to the
seworagu ilan was submitted by property
owners directly intcrerded. It had 7d
mime allachcd, and recited particu'ttiy,
that lint expeiiNO of putting iu tho sewer
l this time, would fall to heavy iiK)ii
tho roperty hoblers. Tho council do
siring to proceed slowly in tho matter,
bus scon fit to give somu one el no en
couragement to circulate a petition in
favor of the plan, and hereby juHtify morn
fully tho council's going ahead with the
cotiHtiuctioit of tho HytHcin, complete
estimates in tho meiiulimo being made.
Tho next regular meeting of tho city
fathers occurs April 5, built sceuiM tho
petition favoring tho sower Is not going
to Imvo n many mime us the remon
strance bud. Tho council is justified if
ajinitiiry reitHons ui'iko it Imperative, in
building tlio sowers anyway,
Poott IIoiihon. All women do not
tliink'uliUu. (Iuo ol tbegon City'r young
l.iilies, vbiting in 1 1 its 1-i.o t hits sect) tho
Hero lluhn.ni, and elio don't mciii Io liko
i won In a llttlo out of tho way piano
ho country, uml iih tlio roneiit in rival
nil i-niii9 mnIioiI who sho was.
Shn la a society woimin who has
i wishing for t.iu hint ten your thnt
could get nwuy from tho triiils and
oil the vicious intent of annihilating tho
boot-black Tho telegram advised Smith
to co in (i down at onco, and so tho cullud
triii in mi piickod his belonging and viuu
ooHi'd, Ho iihhiiiIh that ho will not tnko
"anyino" cliunces with 1'igga, and then
promlHOH to be somo shooting, or l.o
aliudilng whon tho men moot.
A tiooil J'lN'fliltlAINMKNT. TIlO lolloW-
inj; program will' bo rondorcd under tho
auiMilcea of the Iliiptict Y. P. S. C. K.,
at the church thia Friday evening for
tho benefit oi tho Yj M. 0. A. building
fund. Duot, Moshib. Lodor and Howard;
eolo, Miss Ella Hoborg; recitation, Claire
H tlm looks of him. Sho has written
I letter to II lady flioild ill ibis city Mini
tho cMiiirmto sho places on IIiiIihuu itina
somoiliiiig like this: "I don't under
Hditid'' tlio young woman goes on to s.ty,
why tho wouii'lilolk should want to kiss
him, I had not tho lcimt desiro to do
so. He is umtttractivo. lie ia partly
hsld-hcuded, ami haa a ro:iilur sailor
swing for a gult lnstoad of an erect,
soldierly hearing; and above all, ho ia
vanity Knoll. Ho thinks ho la thu itoll.ir
attraction, and that all others gyrato
arjiind him liko Hiitcllites in their orbits.
However, bit lcctnros aro really inter
t'bting. 1 1 o tmmlli'H details iu a stiik
iut;ly eU'ectivB ninnner, and portrays to
tho mind athiilling, living picture, llo
yond that, llhson la not my choice, I
liavo a butter opinion.of Oregon boys now
than formerly ; they are good enough
A very fine Steinway piano can im bad
on very eay term of Oregon City Auc
tion House.
f 1
To Cure Told in One Day.
Take laxative Rromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggist refund money if tails to
cure. 25c. The genuine has L. B. Q.
in etch tablet.
J. Sheer, Sedalia, Mo., conductor on
electric street car lino, write that hi
little daughter waa very low with croup,
and her life saved after all physicians
had failed, only by using One Minute
Cough Cure. Uko. A. Hakiunu.
Do yon want a set of Kogors knives
and forks? Do you want a China tea
set? Do you want a guitai 7 Do you
need anything in your homo? If you do
ask your dealer for tho Poitland trading
slumps. Will not tnko you long to fill a
book. You can procure your stamps
from K. J. McKlttrick, tho ahoeman, 0.
Huntley, your druggist, V. I I'.lock,
Oregon City Auction Houso, Hiram
Straight, the leading grocer, Mi.-ws
tioldsmith, your popular milliners,
Cheney's Art liullory, and from K. A.
Brady, tho wino and liquor merchant.
It you trade only with merchant who
can supply you with Btauips, your book
will booh bo full. Ask for a book.
WHAT H MEILOII.
A grand old remedy for Cough, Cohla
and Consumption; used through the
world for half a century, haa cured in
niiuierubio cases of incipient consumpti
on and relieved many inadviuiced stages.
Ifyoiiaronot satisfied with tho results
wo will refund your money. Price 25
nt8.,and50ct8.andn 00. C. G. Huntley,
the Drugging
Experience is the liest teacher. Use
Ackei'i Knglish remedy in any case ol
coughs, colds or croup. Should it fail to
give immediate relief money refunded.
2' conta and 50 cents, (too. A.Hard
ing, agent.
For froft bites, burns, Indolent sorea,
Pies. iVWitt's Witch llnzel Salve
stands fiWt and best. I.'K.k out for dis
honest people who try to imitate and
counterfeit it. IT their endorsement of
a good article. Worthless good are not
imitated. Uet DeWitt'a Witch Haxel
Salve. Gko. A. Harmsu.
Criminologists atid scientist all over
tbe world are iuteruaU'd iu Ibi peculiar
. I. ... : IT ,1... ......I ,1 - .....t -tu.l. 1 h...,n.r.l....l l.t rlnixirA tfthirh ia illfll.
Blilllll.l.OT I IT. l'i I. Ul.llll Mil j wn'i--iiiiiuriiiii.,,w ... - . . I . . ,,
. .... ..... .. . ' .!-....! i,- . ...f. ...,,ir ,., air that !e"ma. fkin direaw, and especially
a. boot auperinietident put on a salarv. 1 bravily on the tartb.
Now all printing i let to the 1.., j lb- climatic- condition known a. the
J., . . . ... ,, . "auieido wind" I greatly dreaded in
bidder. .This look, like more than the I rf he
taxpayer can stand, but be that as it j Sutiliti(., prove tuat nicidt and oth
n av, the taxpayer of Claikama can ; rrimt occur together or iu wave as
atand it. If wo had more of it, so much tbey are described
tlm Is-lter. Let us have all we can ;et.
We are not sorry tor v. list we got. It
doe ii"i matter to the taxpayer of this
county what patty it ernes from, so lung
aa we get it.
So long a a party cares foi reform
only for ( Hire and not for principle it
lookadaik for the people. Let this lie
our motto "a government for the pcoplo
and by the people" and not a govern
ment by property qualification. If we
look for reform we must reform first at
home, in ourcounty, and we, the citiit-ns
of Clackamas ought to be thankful for
what we got. It ia a step in tho right
direction and I hope that tbe im-n who
will be elected to our next legislature
will give us more of inch grafting. Let
the pood woik goon. We all have an
Interest in it and like lo see it come. It
ia jiot the right way to look to self inter
est only. PoriLisT.
o t
lock.
CASTOR I A
lor Infants and Children.
Tha Kind You Hava Always Bought
Bears tho
Signature of
Ir-GUMN'S
ir People That Aren II t
For People That
Sick ot " Just Don't
reel WelL"
ONLY ONI rO. A rrnsr
"tkme-w Plntplet. curat Haaaaeh. Oytoepita, a
Cotllranaa. 26 eta. a boa at druinrlntaor by malt
eoiplM ire, addraa Or. Bounke Co.
LARGEST
STOCK
OF
IN
CLACKAMAS
COUNTY.
Bicycles
We sell Victor, Stearns, Kamblcr, Ideal and
Golden Eagle Wheels.
Prices for 1899 Chain Wheels $25 to $50 .
Chainless, $60 and $75,
Wheels Sold on Easy F'ayments.
ntJIH ORKUO.-SI CITY JKWfiuHKJS.
Lodzrs.
A. 0. U. V. meeU every Saturday
evening in the A. 0. U. V. Temple.
Geo. K. Califl. secretary.
Kebekahs Willamette Rebekah Lolge
No. 2 meet second and fourth Friday ot
each month at I. O. 0. V. Temple.
Matta Godfry, recretary.
Court Robin Hood No. 0, Foresters ol
America', meets first and third Friday in
the month in lied Men' Hall. W. D.
Stafford eecretary ; F. T. Rogers, chiel
ranger.
Meade Poet No. 2, C. A. R., meet
first Wednesday in each month at Wil
lamette Hall. G. A. Harding, com
mander. Clackamta Chapter No. 2, R. A. M.
tieets on the third Monday of etk
month in Masonic Hall. M. Bollacfc
ecretary. '
Pioneer Chapter No. 2S. O. E. S. meets
the second and fourth Tuesdays in each,
month at Masonic Hall. Miss Jenni
Rowen, secretary.
Oregon Lodge No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F., meet
every Thursday in Odd Fellows' Hall.
T. F. Ryan, secretary.
Falls Encampment No. 4, 1. 0. O. F
meets first and third Tuesday in each
month. J. A. Stuart, secretary.
Redmen Wacheno Tribe No. 13, Impv
0. R. M., meets Saturday evening 7:30,
at Red Men's Hall. N. M.. Moody, C.
of R. ; Chaa. Woodward Sachem.
Multnomah Lodge No. 1, A. F. A. M..
meets first and third Saturdays in each,
month at Masonic Hall. T. F. Ryan,
secretary.
Mead Corps No 13, meets 1st Monday
at 2 o'clock and 3rd Monday at 7:30
o'clock p. m. in each month at the WtiU
amotte Hall. Mrs. Fouts, president.
The Auxiliary meets 1st and 3rd Satur
day at 3 o'clock at the Armory building.
Mrs. Mary L. Bradley, secretary.
Artisans meets first, second and fourth.
Thursdays in each month at Red Men's
Hall. J. T. Soarl, secretary.
Catholic Knights of America St. John's.
Fianch No. 617, meets every Tuesday oS
the month.
Tualatin Tent, K. 0. T. M., meets in
lied Men's Hall, on second and fourth
Wednesdays G. H. Hyatt, record
keeper .
Willamette Fails Camp No 14S, W. C
W. meets 2nd and 4th Fridajs in the
Willamette Hall. Clerk J. K. Morriti.
To Cure a Cold Iu Uno Buy.
Take Laxative Bruno Q linine Tablets
All druggists refund money if it fails tr
cure. 25c The genuine has L. B. Q. ou
each tablet.
liOTT'S PENNYROYAL PillS
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tits;? z;
i n. i)niiaiitiMnf)rti Hbmmt
kiltJ Ldliik " palls vt he nattAjatir-
fUuroiit of orifn vnd buUy. fctv
knowu rettifdy f- r wuiwu uliv
t tit in. infvot
rv iwTiii.
Mold by 4 r it inr fiat.
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vV V M0ri CflEKICALCO,U.wieM.
For aale by C. U. Huntley