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OREGON CITY ENTERPRISE, FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1899,
.Z. $it r.tZ .'.I ,-.'-Vt
Minwy j yg( 0 Saturday,
Mine .'Id M.(,ru.. dm matrimonial
tf.i(iy(,iriIHMH,filf y o. Moiir
limit and AllraH.ilWit lHltt of Mult
Tim city dads iiit r-.,r monthly
M-mil.m Wrdiinad.y (.ypnlng Hl r,.
I l Fish, npreaiiiind NVmly In iMa
..i , i .u
'Mr HrrlM I'leli'. of Hull Fralmlaio. ' 'l"l Krlat of Imaim-aa. a
vlaltlng Mr. N. It. Unit, ""in Hi" r p ,rl of ilu.jr (
l ,.nMi.Mill..r.r Join. I.wiII,.ii M T " "M,l"'r" l'' Imii.
inin Hprliitfealar TliiirsiUy,
Mr. I'.T Ti", of WlUuiivlllo, mis
f ihwii m"iin,'i,r uu oiw way i' rori
.,t ('nsaan ml II. K. lUrilow
,,. Willinlt rrj'fPW'iiUllvri In tlie rily
ua .aalra ANrui, of McMlniivilln,
hp tfiii'il iif .Mr. and Mfi. iIIImiii
,,V llila awk.
.. I.. Ilayri mol J. K.Clark are do
lniKiiir iM-iorw in lulk county
ml coiirl tliia rrk.
Ion I. A. Mi Cruui, of Finest (irova,
la Ifirrtlng olil aitaliitalire on our
Lis tlm Hiil of Km wk.
It r. J II. Walalrr, of MJIaanklp, was
Si.Kiti lii'K inialneea In Orrg.ni t'Hy on
lur.y i4 Din wk.
! Kl"y Willi, lio haa Wn Ult.
Mim irrl Mrlrkler for Ilia past
til, irturtini u tier iionm m rortland
, Mim-S F-dlirlla and iMnttiy
Jumi friiiinni on iuiaiay a ovetiainl
ii from ('lifnrnU linri tliry liava
ii attending Mlanfunl uiiWsrslly
tin. I'aiiali, of Highland, n
ii VilnrUy on la way tu Itlparla,
tut na goes 10 iaie ixwnion on
riM'l illry CorjHi,
ii I. I'. I.aliirrit and Iter, ml
lidman I'i'krr have rrl ur iimJ fr.m
Ii !' Hapllst ronirriiilon l Han
a - . a i a a .
iiciw-o ami rrpuri Having nail il
itlul ainl Irmlrncl ly lima.
ji n i i, ui I'aiiiaartia, waa on ilia
Ms of Orrjfun City yrttrnlay. Mr
alalra that (III aiwll of rat tier
rl rvrry (arntrr lu huaillng ami llui
111 ( lanllxl fly axrra of Oulaluea
If. Miililry, una of Ilia tlaaitol
iDKtrr, In Ilia t-iiy NWInralay
iMuKiiicTi that tliay ara nolng to
a IiIk rrlpliratmn out Hint on (ha
irlh, llattal allrniliiiK to tuailipa
iini In irKar'l to Ilia aania.
i in. Iili.ln, alio haa for yrara Un
n loiirrKonCliy .m liaaura a ona
l-a liioal plraiant grocrtj rlrrk In
nty.riimta to loava falurJay or
Uy fr (.Miami, II. C. Uro li
i i rix ioaill.ii.
i ir I,, 4
Vou may talk ImmiI i l nia, Kyimiami
''I "Mi ll, lull fur niuil,rm.a no Iwllnr
ulilliilloli run ,H ,,.Wir. ilmn In aim tint
"imiildU" iiioiiiil In dm r.x.f of , over
lainl roai'liat. lln.itai.i t,t,iiilin Un't
In II Willi aoiiiaof lint artMa.
Tim liiiiiimlild Imaril of county com.
inl'nlonnra mnt In rnnUr ion Wk.
ii".y, altli a l'f rroiiuilon of
farmnia Irmii Varloii p.irlof lli loiliilv.
In alirmlaiirM In utg i InIiik In riyanl
to roal inatU-m in. .ally,
. K. UiHlKHfa, o Nalfiu, la firm
ln-llovar In the lnr-flia of Ida atatn Ixwrd
oi immigration an J bark a lila opinion by
1'X chai k In aaaUi tU loanl In thi lr
laltoia, Tlirr la room for mora of (hit
Tl.fr a III m a ,t Urania plrrile at
Monitor on Hatunlay, Junn ii, to Klilcli
lh public la cordially Invitnl, (1xn
altrailiona lll U orovlilml. annum
Well III t an a.blrraa by W. H.
U'ltan, upon "Tha Woik U tba (irama,
l'at aol I'lnaoiil."
A nu in bur of iMalm from the H j What yr,ti want la not tKinporsry r
t'at AnnlveraarlM at Han Krariclaco war linf from plica hut cure to atar currd.
In Un-u'in City tba flrat of tb wruk
ylnwhiK tha falla and InvitlxatlnK Ilia
liiiluatrina of tba town.
Tha YouriK pnoil of tb Captiat
cliurcli ara inaklntf prrparaAlona for an
excuralon aloiiK tliH t'oliimbia rlvnr on
lli conn iik Kuurili of July, Tha riact
ilimllnatloii of tha. tictiraion la riot yat
doclilnd. A latrffM ati-amtir lib capacity
ol comfortably accoiiimodittlfiif MtOhaa
hncn clmrUond for the nillra day and
tli youiix pfojilt) aro ilntrmlnd to do
II tiling pnaaibla to make Ibia pla
ant (Uy'a outliiK,
OoVVilfa Witch llad Halra curl-a pl.a
ml thuy tay cured, ilf.it, A Ifiix6.
Mra. J. (I. Ilonnrt and dangbti.ra,
Mra. O. VUiii..r, Mra. V. P. Conklln,
Mra. I.. . WhH.-oii.il and children. ith
Media iimi Yot, Koula, and M. M. Char
man, itirprliwd Mra. T. L. Cbarman, on
Ida on aalon of her birthday lat Mon
daa altenioon, and apriit very pleaaant
Clai kania county can jutly lay claim
lo having a tnl ieaceabln and law
alibiing claaa of oplo. Juti e H. bu-
hel'a court feea for Iba lliomli of May
amount on criminal caaea lo i ,V. an
Civil raara lQ V0. City Hecurlcr
Curry'a dorket hoa but aevrn caara
bef.ira "hi'Mier" lor tha in. mil, ol
Kula Circle No. 107 Women of Woud
raft ill diva a muairal and literary
pr.igramTuea.lay evening June Mih in
Weinbaid'a hall. Grand (tuatdian Mra.
( aine (,. anort.UII and OrgaiiUer.
Mra. Kopbt K. King will addreaa (he
meeting. I'ublid cordially invited
The Corvallla A Kaatern haa brought
nit for ilaiimgea tgaluat the l'orilml
Kluclri.al company. The (iamagei
aougbt aggregate about WW and the
ult la baae. un liijurlea auaialrie.l by the
eteauier lloag In paaalng tbr digb the
Oregi.n City locki laat fall, The defend
ant company operalea tha Im kaj under
leaae from the alato, 'nd plaimifa claim
that the Inlurma to the Ilium were
cauaed by lmproer control of the locka
liy eihauating the water for other pur
poaea, The caae cornea up In the clr
rult court for Multnomah county on the
eighth Inai. Judge. McFadden, of tbii
tlty appear at counael ir the railroad
ojuipaiiy. Corvallla Tlmea.
YOU TKt ir.
IfHhlloh'i Cough and Conaurnptlon
Cure, whii h ta aol.J for the email price of
25 cent and 50 cent and l.00, doea not
cure take the bottle h k and we will re
fund your money. Hold for over fifty
year on thl guarantee. Trice 25 centa
nd &0 cent. C. (1. If untley, the Irug.
Try Allen' Foot F.e,
A owder to benhaken into the ahoe.
Atlhiaeaaon your feet (eel swollen,
nervotia and hot, and gel tired iily.
If you have amarllng eet or tighf ahoea
try Allen'e Foo't-Kaae. It cool the feet
and fimkea walking eay. Curea eeol
len and awealing feet, blialrra and cab
louaapola, Helievei corn and btiriloni
of all pain and give real ami comfort. United Htateg ahould die.rover the virture
Try It t.e.Uy. Hold ty all druggieia and ' "eVVUf. Witch 1,'awd Halve for pile
ahoe atorea for Vm. Trial pa'kgn Free. rw;t' trouble and akin diaeanea, the de-
Addreaa, Allen H. Climated, U Koy, N. '"n'I cu''l not be aupplied
Hailon and Walking ha, the lateat
and loweat price. Mia Oomkmith
Thorn Thurman, deputy herl(r of
Troy, Mo, aayt if everyone in the
There 1 a time for all thing. The
time to take DeWltt'a I. Idle Karl.
Itiaer ia when you are euffHrlng from
conaiipation, bilioiiane, flick-headache,
inuigeatioti or other atomacti or liver
troullrN. (j no. A. IUkiuxu.
VtlO. A. UaKOIXa.
Correct itylea and opular prii on
millinery. Mtaa UoI.immith.
county couiuiiMioitera in ealoii
klura.y voted to extend the time for
hneiiluf lain until July 1.
U Willamette river ia boilig dla
turn to gel Ita back up at any tate
rai.ing. The Columbia ia aaay up
pinny haa leen all torn Up till week
taming eleven bra Imiii.U gatherm
to !! In the alaiat band lourna
ateauier Alton, of the (). C. T
.!. been thorouglily ovrrhauliHl and
l.'lrd and will make her that till
li e river neit frmdey.
f v. r. K. Hauiuioml, of St. I'aul'a
pl church, mill hold eervice at
f "r (Wk neithnnday afternoon t
" tcmoraiy tteelbeail hatchery at
alia hat bn discontinued and
h'.' rrtiiiiiiing on hand taken lo
lu. k it in an halcliery.
1 'luft ia U-.ng uiaito lo eatahliali
P' of the Ancient Order of the I'yra
In tll cliy. Very aatlafaclory
:' la r'Kiitd by the organinura
"are going to rlk the announce
l "tlml the clnuJ have aaed by,
I' ami biliht a.t.mi.iii la aifiiin n
I. Walker la having the foundation
"r han.laotiie new reaideuce ho
I'liild on the Inurtheaat comer of
kulll Nllil WaHbiiiiflon alrexla.
l''liiCo. F U not going to ho bo-
when tliu aUte uucaiupiiient oikiiii
;( opt. .Molxner lu Inauod orderi lor
lrlll week. .Momlav and Tliura-
f" condiictora' excuraion to Salem
h,y I'lumlhca to he big alfair and
"lirmit large number of Oregon
" 1'reabyterlau church la being
r1' to a gniicml overhaul ing, inolud-
''l"iMting and whon coniiilotod will
F l It now aulundor.
Idling llroa. big firciiHca have the
I'UHrila pldHterod with the minounce
1 of their hIkiw which miHiia In
ud Monday and Tuoaday.
'! iiicetlng begitm June Olh and
until June 20lh, on Teamd Creok
I' UronndB. ltev. n o. McFarUnd
Itev. 0. U.1 CroHS will be thoro.
J''oly invited to attond. :
I WodnoBday's Bonition of the circuit
ft divorccg wore granted in the fol
ig cnNeg Mary P. Large va. Tlioa.
3kol y, Conrad Gankul and Kmont
va Minnie Hatch.
The aerlet of ill meeting thai
have tieen conduclo.! In the MetbodiM
church in thl city, will com lo clone
on Sunday. Itiv. Itoa will go from
llil plac to outliern Oregon, and from
there lo California, where be expecla to
meet engagemenU covering a whole
year. The aervice on Sunday will lie of
lei lal Intereal. Kverylxxly g cordially
Invited to attend.
The reat.lence of Mra. Paul lletuelgarn
I Hill (nd Main atreel wa crowded to
oeifluwing on Tueadar evening, June
Ol Ii , with happy company of their
(rienda who lad planned laiewell eur
pilae party, at Mi. Ileuielgarn and
family Intend lo leave Monday for Pen
dlnbin, where Mr, II. now ia. (lancing
ml gamea furnlalied aniuaeinciit during
the evening and wa folic wed with re-freallUicnl.
laat Friday wa tiurked by the filing
of three divorce cc in the circuit
coitrt. Anion Arnatid aka to be ncpa-
rated from Felice Arnaiid on the ground
of cruel and Inhuman treatment. No
children ot pmitcrty right involved.
Annie Kennedy claim that W, F.
Kennedy ha deaerled her and want to
le freed from the matrimonial bond.
K.etello Williauif aya that A. S. Wll-
llama haa treated her In a cruel and in
human manner and anki for her liberty
with the care of her two girla, aged 7
and 2 year rec lively, alo tlml de-
fendent be required to contribute to
The annual aeealon of the Clackamaa
County Teacher' Institute will lie held
in the Ilarclay achool building, thi city,
beginning Angut2l, IKIM). Tlieervice
of Prof. K. A.Milne, of Portland High
achool and Mia Mary Ilargrave, of
Silver lake, Wanh., and Prof. J. C.
ZliiHor, of the Oregon City High school
have been engaged for this (edition.
MeMr. Zinaer and Milner need no
introduction. Their aticceHftil tcuclilng
Inntirea good work. Miea Hiirgrave
cornea highly recommended by the lieet
ntdiool mon of both Oregon and WhhIi.
Mia Hurgrave will have charge of the
primary work, in which ahe haa few
Iiev, and Mra, L. Gray left on the
afternoon train today for Oregon CHy,
where they go to vli.lt Mra. Gray's rela
tive, Mr. dray, who haa boon paotor
of the Lutheran church hero lor noarly
throe year piiHt, resigned his poaition
last week, and delivered hi furewell
Mermon Sunday evening. After veiling
abort time in Oregon City and Port
land, Mr. and Mra. Qray will go to Mil
waukee, Wia., where he will attond the
Lutheran aynod, then will yUlt hia par
enl In Illinois, and will finally locate in
Ohio, where Mr. Gray haa accepted a
call. During their residence In The
Dallea Mr. and Mra. Qray have in ado
many warm (rienda who wish them a
happy life in tliuir new home. Dallea
A Inure Ii Wool.
The local wool market la in an ex. ep-
tlonally bealtliy condition. 'Halein
huyera yealerday offered cenU for
the beat quality of fierce and Ihe market
U firm with an upward tendency.
In an Interview with Meaira. Win.
KrownACo, the manager, ynterday,
aai.l: If the lirmer would adopt
standard way of patting tip fleece and
prepare them in a cleaner and more
merchantable form, Oregon would in the
courae of a few yeare acquire a world'
reputation for wool such a she n-jw en
Joy for her hop. The hot from thi
tate take the lead In the world'
market and why ahould not Oregon
In the flnt place larmera should
forinclube and breed certain sheep In
their repc-tive localitiee. Aa fine
sheep can he raised In thia stale can
l produced in Vermont and Fngland.
Then great cre should be taken, the
beep dipped regularly and wheo ehear
Ing time rumea they ahould be placed
on the cleaneat of pasture for a month
before (hearing. The shearing pen
ahould be absolutely clean and alway
kept so. o tag, straw or dirt ahould
be alluwed to mix In the fleece By ex
ercising the proper procautiona, the
shrinkage, that Is calculated on by buy
er, could b reduced fully 10 per rent.
If a fleece 1 not up to the standard, put
it aide and let it fetch what it may but
keep the regular wool up to the standard.
The advantage of the club would be
many. Il woulJ result in the produc-!
lion and marketing of a uniform grade of I
wool and it would be some inducement
for manufacturer or dealer to buy cer
tain lots according to their peculiar
value to them. .
"At the present time, there are too
many grade of Oregon wool In the
maiket to make it a profitable business
for the producer. The exense for thi 1
evident a lack of care and pain on the
art of the farmer in preparing the wool
lor the market."
The suggestions emtxxllcd In the above
interview ahould readily be accepted by
armers. The edylce 1 quite timely,
inannuch a the shearing action for
this section of the sUte ia clone at hand.
Uy a strict adherence to the auggestlona
outlined, the general quality of thia
year'e yield may be Improved. While
it may take several years to make any
great showing, yet it is certainly doeerv
Ing of an effort on the part of the farmers J
when the reputation of the slate, aa a j
wool producing section, ia at stake. j
June 2, Hose Park to Chaa. Hunter;
June 3d, Anna Freytag to Fred J.
Myers; June 6th, Llr.iie Herman to 11.
Michels; June Oth, Anna Weieenborn to
Charles F. Polinkaj June 7th, Bertha!
L. I lea ton to Benjamian F. Coo.
A fur cape on Seventh street steps.
Owner may have same by applying at
the h aniens shop ot C. A. Willey A Co.,
Oregon City, Or. Probable value of
Dr. Lyons, who baa had charge of the
dental parlors of Dr. firkins, has opened
an oliice in the old Methodist church
building on Seventh St,
We y ft premium (Vr wmi-i-miiI
ftiullt will be to your lulereat to,
gei our price lie fore Melting. I
Tiii:iiAXK oroitr.uo CITY
sold only in
larjieg 'fy" delr a transparent, clear
i- . and fresh complex Ion,
Use Dr. Bourdon's French
Arsenic Complexion Wafsrt
lbs only reliable brauliflar of Hit som
pinion, skin and form known. In tha
direction lor which thry are intend!, their
rnVcl I simply iniirical The niott a,
lo.nnliiig transformation In wrwhl ap
pearance Is brought about by (heir steady
na. I'oMauliia the WIZAKD'8 TOUCH
lu producing arid preserving beauty ot
form by surely developing a lransrency
and pellucid clearness of complexion,
lisrly contour ol form, brilliant eyes,
on smooth skin, where, by nature, tha re
veraeexiau. Kven llicasuiT ad most
srrt'Mivs axis marred by ikxcxLEi, moth,
i. iHKAKa, rmri rs. and tcloai ar.ixtaa,
TIILOW ASH Hl'lillT SKIN, Bill! Other rACUL
msriiiCaxHrxT. are niineiitly removed
ml a delictously clear and rertnnl coin
pinion aasured, enhancing a lady's lovell
lieu beyond her most extravaxaut ipe J
Ijidlea, Vital Vmm be lleautirul.
ni matter who you ara or what your dla
rigUKiiienla may be you can make your
self a handsome a any lady in lbs land
by the use of -
Dr. BWaOi'i Arsenic Coxpluloi WiTsn.
I'srd by men the result are equally fa-
vorshle. Price, small box SO cent. Larir
hoi $1,0 or SDedel order nf six lam boiea
VViaJ. 8eiit lo any address under plain
rover on receipt of tba above amount.
Writ for circular.
rut: lMiiiMiA.i imiu o.
131 Montgomery Street, Ban Francisco.
ACTIVK 801.1 CITO It 8 WANTED
-avery where lor "The Story of ihe
l'hlli.plnea" hv Mural Halalead. comml.
aloned by tha (iovernmanl aa OMIrlal li s
torlan lo lha War Ivpartmrnt. Tba hook
as written In army cami at Han Fran-
ciaco. on Ilia rcino with Oenaral Merrill,
In the hoaiutals at Honolulu, in Hong
Kong, in the American trenches at Manila,
in the insurgent cama with Agumaldo, on
Ihe deck of in Olympla with Uewev, and I
In Ihe roar of battle at the fall of Manila. I
noiiania ior agents. Unmful of original
picture taken bv government photo
graphers on the sol. Urge book. Iow
prices. Ilig prodl. Freight paid. Credit
Kivsii. Drouall traahv ut.ol!lcil mmr hrw.ka
Jlutfit free. Addre f. T. itarbcr, Bec'y.l
Htar Insurance Bldg., Chicago.
Htof kholdrrx Meeting-.
Notice I hereby given, that the an
nual meeting of the Oregon City Mansv
fwtnrlng company, will be held at lh
office of the company In Oregon City on
Hatorday, July 8, !:, at 10 o'clock
a. in. of said day, for the purpose of
electing director of the corporation to
serve for the ensuing yearrand transact
ing ncb other business a niav come be
fore the stockholders' meeting.
C. 0. Jacobs, Secretary.
Oregon City, June I, JH!.
DeWitt' Little Karly Itiaer acta a a
faultle pill should, cleanaing and re
viving the system Instead of weakening
it. They are mild and sure, smsll and
pleasant to Uke, and entirely free from
objectionable drug. They assist rather
Geo. A. I1adio.
Foa Rc.it. Three or four house keep
ing room at Green Point, two block
from street Cars. Fun aire of Mra. A ft
J. A . fichear. of Sedalia. Mo., save.1
his child from death by cronp by oslng
One Minote Coogh Core. It curea
conghs, cold, pneumonia, lagrlppe and
all throat and lung trouble.
Uao. A. IIadio.
The public are already well aware that
what we say In print we Do In our store.
Prices on the Entire Stock will be Reduced
During This Sale
Fancy Hcotcli Ore? Tweed Businea
Putt, regular 1 10.00 good
f?ale frice ,
Eoitlisb lioodvear wait, ralf nr vi-i
Very fine summer, all wool grsy Csi- black or tan. sold everywhere for f4 00
mere normal suits, Albany Woolen ana m.oo. Uur frice Is corker
Mill, regulsr $11.00 good
Fancy I'laid Cassimere suite, Oreiron all
wool goods. A good value ttT cn
at f 11.00. Sale Frice ?f.JU
20 ox. Black Clay Worsted Suits, war-
ranted all wool, sold every
where lor $11 50. tiale Frice
A fine, gentleman' drees shoe, Virf
kid, black or Un 82.20
Out celebrated line of Clay Worsteds,
Lot lUOI,. sold in our Fort- ft. An
land store for $12. Sale Priced 5. UU
All other kinds of Shoe from $1.25 np.
We have the best line of Pant in thi
city. Come and see them. Tbev are
11 made by Roeenwald A WW, Chicago.
We have the best line of Silk Fronts
and Percale Golf and Negligee Khirta.
Our Silk Golfs are $1.00, sold all oyer
Our store is open from 7 a, m. to 9 p. m. and you are
invited to call and inspect our goods and, prices.
Remember, our goods are made by White Union Labor, no Chinese.
The Star Clothing House. A- hecHan,
Harding'a Block, opposite Commercial Bank. Oregon City, Or.
BELLOMY & BUSCH
How Can I Drape My Lace
Curtains has been the
This illustration chows a
RuflloJ Hobbinct Curtain with
Point do Paris lace and insertion
anl shows what a handsome
effect can be produced at small
cost. Ruflled curtains should be
used as sill curtains, not hang
ing over six inches below sill,
making a graceful, 6tylish, wash
able and inexpensive Drapery.
an " v v
"With every purchase of at
least one pair of Lace Curtains
we give a little picture showing
a simple but tery artistic style
of draping Bay Windows.
Prices of Novelty Curtains.
$1.50, $2.50, $2.75, and $4.00
1 M. ,
Hemp Carpet per
Wool Carpet light "
Wool Carpet, heavy
Ingrain Wool, heavy
Strange as it may seem
there inrurrhas been produced
But One Carpet Sweeper
that has given entire satisfaction
to both DBALER and tJSBR,
- m v 1
yard... ,10c r.r, At - q
FOR TWENTY-TWO YEARS
The Acknowledged Leader on the Market,
Always the Best,
Every One Guaranteed.
The Habit of
at Bellomy &
It is a good
habit. It is
It is a habit
save in their
tures. It is
a habit that
becomes more fixed the oftener people buy here and the broad reason is satis
faction. People are satisfied with our carpets. People are satisBed with our
prices. People are satisfied with the waysof the store, its manners and methods.
Matting IOc. per yard.
Hammocks from 75c.
This is a gd store in which to spend dollars, if you have them, and thousands if you have them
isut its au equally eood store in
w vv Bjrvu4 SV 1J UlVJl W aUVttilWV
in our prices.