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OIUCOON CITY ENTERPRISE FRIDAY, AUGUST, 10 1000.
Alain.la Wekrr la nitli'itltif at Hc.
k. Mrh InimI, of 1'orlUtnl, In tlm
lion. OxurKn Knight, of C'uril.y , we! In
Ml Mainle I f I'ofllauu1, I visit.
ili frlrlnls In III Hy.
Mi.a Mainl hUHtu, of llrcllaii'l, la In
,,wn inkli'K Meinlnall'Hi
Mia, li ma llul.i.au lull Monday for i
(mi wnks'atejr at Ntil
J, I' Clark sjwiit PatunUy am! Huii'
day a) lil I'M I'omn In Folk rutin ty,
Mr J. Miller Mini in, Jixlln, vmllml
d Inula In I'oMUikI, durliiK tli wm-k.
Mi. A. H.' Adams U villiiK t Oar
1 1 I I, llm sural of Mi. (iriirK ah knhy.
Mm. N.O. WbIiIkii ami ilaiitflitir IliM
I. It M-uniay for a 10 days' stay at He
Il.n family of A. It llolilnanri It fl Hat
unlay itiurnliitf fur a wvrk'i slay at Iri an
J. It. Ilarvry ami J. II Collin, o Van
luiMfr.Kiwiil Huiiilay l'li If Inula It) Or.
Iy a Chicago roniany, ami will lie man
lH liy Mr. J,ii.uiy'a lirollmr.
J. A, MuUlaaliaiikinl wlfoaml William
Char In, apwit rdimlav at Clackamas
liali-hiuy, Tlmy moorl a rrowd of Tort-Un.li-r
t llila (dam. The rlnrla
l.anllin la sating' luni'lieon, fishing,
wading anil kodaking.
ws W'V 'V W e
k aiu JVyci;Is$. a
Tin ordi'f of Washington will give a
1'iihlli! iiUirtelninttiit tomorrow night.
(innrgln Kvana ha lllfl anil fur divorce
against lir liUahaml, 1 huinaa F.vans.
Mr, Marr, of Ida firm of Mart A Mulr,
ha ). lila Inlxtnal In lha grown hu-l
lii-na to Mulr llroe.
i'rofnssor J C. Ziusnr on Monday as
iiiiii.( roi.lrol ol llm sllalra of the olllm
of roiuily i licxil giiirlniJ'iiiitiit,
iVram.a ho ili'ulm to my llmlr aul-M-r
lJori lu Ilia Kulnr jrim In wiwxl must
hi u now, a ttixxl Mill out I - anitili'ij
aftnr tlm rain wl In,
lovks, At thnra Is no aoow In the moun
tain In rln tlm water In the river, the
walurwlll hnroint atlll lownr.
Tlie lii'al rroi In Clackamas rouiity
ha fallnn U'low tM'laiiiti', ami the
ylnhl la rrM;llr, foin 4 lu 1 4 litlthida
lr ai in.
km vl.ll4ll,M l.f IliM ! kl M Jtt i.f IkMfMP
A..r.,rKH William, ami l.mlty Ml , , f,yBf Bl u.i, rlty, iam.-raHay
(Ma rrk I') li"l limit auiliair oulilig
if. John Wolih, of I'mtlaiKl, aa In
lli ruiiiily arat M''lnly altllng uj hla
li llliam ani M. In Ham irtnrnl in
Krlr hmna In Oaklaml llm lorn ait
n lal v,
Mr. Ilariiirll, ol ( laikaiiia alatlon,
naa aii4 tlii4 tiiilora In llio (-utility
Mra. ). I'. TtioniMMn ami ami u
hmiilay a llm Kurata of Ilia family of
Mra. Prli Mi-i'oan,
Mr, an. I Mr. John (ilnaaon rcturnr.l
Imina Tnp!ay from a rouila of rka'
oulilig at Ixtia I'-pai U.
Inuiy MatrU t Attorney J, V, ('aiiii
111 Irlt Weilunatlay iiiurnlng fur a churl
lay a Wllln.li hrlnK.
J W. Cola ao-l family Irlt Halnrlay
,r Nrart, ahrra limy Mill Kiijoy tha
ara I'irtw for lajo aka.
t'nlrrtakiir llolmaa amlalfn, of l ort
lain, twk Ilia ataa io thui cily Tup
lay for Wllboll hj.rlnga.
Mualiram llaiKrova, of Halrm, hat
toco alrrlivl to ImIi Ilia UUhlaml
a hool (or Iba mailing )ar,
J. I', tin la Konlauia, lornian In lha
('roan I'aix-r Milla, la iiillii a cvttjna
4 ttprkt in Haul Crui, Cal.
Charlaa l'ui ami lfa am) Will Moin
illarilva homa tomorrow from tlirlr
liii If loam lo Tillamook Hay.
M. Mu hatil ami rhihlran rr(uruv to
tlua lijr HunJay arenln, alirr an tw
Irli.lrJ ri IlifouU MlnnnaoU.
Mia llctia Konia, of thlarily, who h
lrn tUilliig Mumla In Victoria, II. C,
fur arvpral wcrka, rrturnrJ homo laa.1
A. M. Hhlhly, a 'fiiilnpiil larmrrof
N'rliig-aator, waa in lha city Momlay.
Ila r(uria lha Irfan hiriua:rr roal
in ilnmlll condition.
KiikI Myrr, wlfa ami mother, Irava
Il.n latter rt of Ihia Week for Kala
rk, whara lhy wilt go Inlo ramp for
tlm rumlng two week.
Attorney i. W. 8wo anJ wifa left
lat HalurJay for Newjiort, w hera Ihey
will take their aummer outing hefore Je-
l arting for Ohio, their futura home.
The family of tieorgo A, llanllng will
Irave tuiiioarow (or Ihelr auiiiiner outing
at Williuii Hprlim. They will U arcom
iiie. hy MUa Welch, ofHtocklon, Cal
J. I). Itennnr haa relurnoJ from Me,
Minnvilln, where he very tumaafully
itiovi'd a dwelling houae lielominrf to
Hun. William (ialloway over vrry
Mra. Charlea II, Caufleid ami children
'( It ihia neik for Newoort, where ihey
t tx'ft lo tieni the month of Auxuat.
Mr. t'auOold will join hm family in about
t " wauka.
Mm. I), I Tain loft Ralur.lay for a
WM l 'a aojourn ot Newport. Khe waaao
"in anled hy her two daughlora, Mr.
I'U i. Iluirman, of llakar City, and Miat
Mixa Utira Cony era, who haa boon
llm gm.ht of (rlonda in thli city for aev
-rl week, haa rolurniHl to her home In
Clatnkaiiie, 8he waa accompanied by
her hiitu.r.MlHa Mary Conyeri.of thlacity.
Mm. C. 0. T. William, acrompanied
hy her daughter!, Mia. J. M. I.awrencei
1'oitland, Mra. Chariot Miller and
Mina Veda William left thlt week for a
eek'Mtay at Wllholt Hprlng.
Mica Nanlo I'addock, of ClackauuH,
oillciul atenographorat the ilate unlver
ity, ruturned homo from Baleiu thia
'i'k, where aha undorwunt an oH)rallon
Mra. C. I). Itourtitto, accompanied
hy her'aon, Karl, and Miea Myrtle
Vaughn, loft Saturday morning for an
outing at Seaside. 'They will bealmont
about two woeka.
Wallace (J. I.udgate, formerly chlol
millwright of the Willametto pajierniillt
was In the city laat woek. He Is now
manai(lng the conittructlon of a Urge
eawmillat Seattle. The mill ii owned
that F. A, Mi Ira walked dry footed arroaa
tlm fall Hun. lay afternoon.
Itav. I'. (', llaiiniioiiil, ol Hi. I'aul'a
I i o al rhiin h, ha hern (ranted a
moiitli'a vacation, during which lime
ll.ria will I no aervlcna at hla church.
Senator lliownrll, of thia city, will de
liver the principal addrra at the lirand
Aimy eiicau.pmniit now ting held at
riraaalil Ifume lommiow alteilnion,
I. A. Hmiih, mlnlati'iial atudent at
McMiniivilln rohi'k'n, wdl occupy the
Itaptial pulpit Humtay morning at 10 .30
o'rlot k. The public I roidially Invito J.
ICom Fair, tbe genial t'leik In t'bar
man 'a diutfitore, hat oriranlted a (Inn
known aa tha Drrgon City lUdglan Hare
Company. The company now haa f7
Walter Hi utl (ilraaoti, aged II muiillia,
ton of Mr. and Mra. Mil hael J. (iloaaon,
iIIf.I early Wednesday moruing. Kuneral
Tliurlav afternoon fiom tha family real
denca, IteV. K. 8. lt jlllngr oin iallug.
Ilopdratara arw pravalent in lliltcoun
ly, and laat week Ibey were ottering 10
contract cropa at t" cent. No hp
have yet hern aold. ai the grower! an
tli l.al a further a Irtnce In the market
J. M. Achrrann, of Portland, wat In
tha r ity Monday, looking tor a auiuble
location In ahicb lo open up a tailoring j
eatatilUhment. At preaenl there It hut
one almp In town, and that It run by
lliui Keey, a Chinaman.
Attorney U. H. limirk la now heiroiid
pOMraaorof one of the fine I Colawold
abrrp ever brought to thi cminly. He
madw the punhani of ex Commiaalolier
Scolt, who rate ! it from thoroughbred
lmiKirird ('..tiaot.lt. The animal la but
a year oi l and wrlgnt ?Ho Miund.
Nrl week i hit employet of the woolen
mill wi l I yiven an opportunity to en
J y a tiiuil tacation. The milla will be
chaied down for about a week, while a
new flume la conatructed leading from
Mitt Minnie Maun, aged 23 jeara. died
at lha home of her father, Jamea Mann,
at C'lackamat HeighU.Tueaday moruing
Ktineral aeivicea were conducted at 10
o'clock Thurailay morning from the
I'rebyterian church, Iter. J. II. Heave u
The old ateamer Cilr of ICugene ha
lren rebuilt and placed on the river here
(or further tor vice. She made her trial
trip through the lock Monday, The
boat la owned by the Spalding tagging
Company and will be need In towing log!
to the Willamette paper mill.
Kranae IIro..who have I men operating
a branch ahoe atore In thi city (or the
patteix year, will cloao out thoir buai
nea October 1. Their heihUatr are
now In Salem, but they will lie removed
lo Portland, where they will 0en a
wholeaale ahoo hnnae.
A. H. Kammerer haa Died paper of
garniahmenton Iheium of $150 now in
the handi of Levi Stehman. The money
U due and owing to Kd Dodge and Ii.
Dodge, bl whom Mr. Kammerer aecka to
recover IL'.W. The cane will be tried in
Jtmtlce MoAnulty'a court next week.
ChrUtlan Science lervioen are held In
Willametto hall every Sunday morning
at 11 o'clock. Subject Sunday, Aug. 12,
"Mind." Sunday-aehool at 11:10,
Wednesday evening meeting at 8 o'clock,
A cordial Invitation U extended to all
w ho deaire to attend thete norvlc.es.
. The member! of Sola Circle, No. 107,
Woodmen ol the World, held a very en
joyable social Tneaday night after the
Initiation of now members. A largo at
tendance was preent and the evening
a Mint In social convention, games and
niuelo. The pleasures wore Interspersed
with dainty refreshments.
The water In the river has reached
lower stage than it has (or many years
past. Several wheels In the mills and
factories are compelled lo suspend ope
rations while boats pass through the
The trachera' eiainlnatlon for slate
and county papuri bgn Wedneaday
morning at the courthotiae. There are
fit applicant for county paper and Ihree
for ataUi diploma. Hum rlnlciidinit in
ner I itaialed In conducting the elim
ination by IWeaaor J, W. (riay and
W'atkii Solicitor, on couimllori or
salary, to lake order for "Hilton ami
I!'Mr In South Africa," "(imat Itaue
and National Leadera," "Life and
Speechi' of llrytn, by hi wifa" "Six
Thousand Year of History" and several
other imw, live book. Write to A. C.
Madrono, box S.'J'.I. Portland. Or.
Mia Kale Maik gave a very pleasant
picnic at Willamette Fella, laat ha'or
day. Painty relreahmunta were served.
Thoan prernnt were: Mitae May and
Kale Mark, Kdna I'aullon, Ivdio Samp
aoii, I'.illlh Cheney, Urate Tower, Maude
Culler and Llanch liain ; Me.rt. Winnie
Hill, Fred ('barman, ('arhiton Harding,
Fred l.vncti, (.'ha, Hcbrnui, Jim Jonet
and Will Mamhall.
It la currently reponed lliia morning
that the big sale Involving tha tiauafcr
of the Oregon City woolen milla haa
f.llt-n through and that lron liroa, and
Jacob ISnxi. wdl remain In joint k
aloti. Krowu V.r m , of Sn Franciaco,
have leri In tha city lor tha past two
weeka t')li'g to consummate a deal llial
would result In their aole on:rthip of
the milla, but the attempt ha proven
futile, It I alao reported that A. L. Max
well, iiH-riiileiiieiit of ll.e Kaal Side
railway, will he made u er iiti-iidiit of
Oregon L'llr Harket Iteport.
Wheat No. 1,4 . ct, No. 2, 44 i l
No, 3, 4 I I t per hnahel,
Flour-Portland, (105; Iloard'a
ltel, .'l. 10 ; Fisher' l!at, 1 2 IK),
Oa'a in tacks, whit, ''A Jenl per
buhid, gray, IV),
Millstuir liran $14.50 per Ion
ahnrta, $lil,00 per Ion.
I'otat'M- to lu 75 cla er k.
Kga, It It 11 ctt per doxen,
Hiitter Kaucli, Vl. enl per roll.
Onion, 11.25 io fl 51 per sack.
(ireen apples, 3 to 50 cent r hot
dried 8',' ct jmr pound. I
LlveatM k and Dreail Meat a Ileef, J
live, 'Mi to 3'c; hoa, live, 6cf;htn
dreaaed, 6,',' to fl'g cent; a! eep, (3
H-r head ; ve.,1, drcuicd 8 to 8,'gC.
Colli ftlerl Or Dratb.
"There I but one small chance to
tav your life and that I through an op
eration," waa the awful proipeet set be
fore Mrs I, II. Hunt, of Llmi Kidge,
Wi.,hyher dm tor after vainly trying
lo cine her of a frightful case of stomach
trouhlaand yellow jaundice. He didn't
count on the marvelous power of F.leo
tiic liiitert to cure Stomaidi and Liver
trouble, but she heard o( It, look seven
hoi tie, wa wholly cured, avoided aur
geon's knile, now weight mora and feel
betu-r than ever. It't p'lsitlyely guar
anteed to cure HUjinach, Liver and Kid
ney trouble and never disappoint.
1'iice 50: at Geo. A. Htrding's drag
The follow ing clop condilioiia prevail
in Clackamas county, aa reported by
Marie Harrington, of Highland: "The
lall week bat hern favorable for harvest
ing, which ia pfcigteaaing nicely. The
win at crop it very oor, and will not
average lOhmdielt to the acre. 'a only
ial a crop. The army worm have
truck here, cam by the unllioui. and
are deatioying clover field and gardent.
liraveleart are enteriained that t'tev
wilt eat all the paaturaue and that atock
will suffer (or want of (oxl. Fruit it free
Ijt't Saturday County Itecorder Han
ila'l received a bill from the (tood Sa
maritan boptal,ol 1'ortlainl, amounting
to ('!7. Tom wtt ImmediaUdy atruck
with Ihe palpitation of the io. kel look,
and when he came back to hit aenva he
amertained il wai addreaeed lo Ihe
county auditor and waa for services ren
deied lo clackamat county patieiita. One
bill waa lor Ihe month of March and It!
itmouiii wat t-'i?; Ihe oilier wa fur the
month ol April, and called (or (15. Aa
Ciackania county h no auilitor, the
bill aaa bandnl over lo Ihe county clerk,
who will present it lo the board ol cum
miaaionera, wboe duty it it to audit all
W. W. Austin, one of the stockholder
In the lgan cheese factory, waa trati
acting huaiueas in the city Saturday.
Hettatet that Ihe factory ia utilising
about lf'a) Kiun.lt of milk daily and pro
duce! luS Muudt of cheese.
The factory hat a greater demand (or
ita product than il can supply, and their
cheee bring licenta per pound w hole
aale. Moet of the cheese of this factory
it consumed in Oregon City and the re
minder it aeul to Tort land.
Seaking of the condition of Ihe Igan
and Sprlngwater road, Mr. Austin ttate
.that the roadbed ia all graded between
Itaker'a Ferry bridge and l'arkplace.
(iravel it now being hauled, and when
completed it promisee to be one of the
beat thoroughfares In the county. Work
on the I-ogan division of the road haa
ceased pending harvest reason.
Jack MofTett, an ex-member of Com
pany I, Second Oregon, hat received from
Adjutant General Uantenbeln a medal
for service rendered in the Spanish
American War The medal is made
Iroui Ihe brat taken from a cannon
brought from the Philippines. It con
stat! of two bam linked together, from
which it suspended a disc about the site
ol a half-dollar. On the upper bar is in
scribed the volunteer 'a name and rank,
while on the second bar appears the
Initial of -the company in which he
served. On tho front side of the disc ia
stamped the seal of the state. On the
reverse aide encircled by a wreath, siamis
soldier and a sailor supporting the Stars
and Stripes. There are about 30 ex
member! of the Second Oregon Kegi-
mentinthli city who are entitled to
"Through the months of June and
July our baby was teething and took a
rui ning oir of the bowels and sickness
of the stomach," says O. P. M. Holliday,
of Puuiing, Iud. "Ilia bowels would
move from five to eight timet a day. I
had a bottle of Chamberlain'! Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in the
house and gave him (our drops in a
teaspoonful of water and he got better at
once." Sold by Ueo. A. Harding, Drug
There is morn Catarrh In thi section
of the country than all other diieaiea put
togi'ther, and until the hint few )ear Wat
supiMwd lo le ini:iualle. F'or a great
many y. ars doctor pronounced il a local
dieiie, and pretcrtlrtid hx:al reniediea,
and bycoManlly failing to cure with local
ticatuieiit, pronounced it incurable. Sci
ence liaa proven catarrh to a coimtitu
liuiial diiu-Mse, and theiefore reipuni
Colmlilutioual Irea rni-nt. II jll'a ('.Urrb
Cute, manufactured hy F. J. (.henry
A Co., Toledo, Ohio, ia the only contti
tutional cure on the inaiket. Il is ttken
j Internally in doca from 10 drip to a
' b.-anpoonful. It acta dirw tly on the Uhxxi I
alio mucous suMacet ol tlie system. 1 hey
oir. r one hundred d llara for any cae it
fail to cure Sviid lor circulars and
F. J. CiiKJirv A Co , Toledo, O.
Sold hy Diuiia, 7'ic.
Ilall'a Familv 1'ilU a " be.t.
Arronnt grand carnival of the l!.-.e r
lent Protective (r.l-r ol F.lk, to tw held
in Portland heptemher 4th to I5!it inclu
sive, licketa ta til be old a redu -ed ra'et
from all stalioiik on Oregon lines to Port
land and return. Thce licketa will be
on sale Sep'eintiei 31. 4ih. Hili. 1'Hli ami
1 3' It, and hmiP-d lo ihrcedar afer date
For further parth uUra, call on or ad
dreaa Southern Pac fie a.'ent 1 1 Oregon
In India, the land of famine, thou
aan.lt die hrcau-e iht-r m-rot oliia'U
fooil. In America, the land ( plenty,
many sutler and die In-raiiM they cannot
d gest the food Ihey eat K dol Dya
pflia Cure diyesta what you ea'. It in
lanily relieve and radically curt-a all
stomach troubles Ueo. A. Harding.
School Ihrk', Attention!
The new regia'ert have lieen retelvcd
at thia office and are now ready for dn
tribution. It would he. a material saving
of expense if clerk would call for them
at the ollice. At the report lor the cur
rei.t year will have to tie made np from
thit new register, il it vijtitl that It
m in the hand of teachtrt at the begin
niiig of Ihn UN (errn.
J. C. Zmsra,
Superintendent of Schools.
( ard of Th inks.
Mr. and Mr. Klli Hnghei wish ta
thank their friend! and neighbors of
Willamette Fall! (or their kind and effi
cient help In time of trouble and be
reaveinent. May (iod bless them all.
County Treasurer's Notice.
I now have fund to pay county war
rant endorsed prior to Snptemher 10th,
1 897, and also road warrant! endorsed
prior to June 10, WO,
Interest will cease on the warrant in
cluded In this call on the date of thia
Oregon City, August 2, 10 .
Treasurer Clackamai County, Oregon.
WawtlAn etperlenred rttk.
4JomI wtgrt paid. A pply tre
f I. Xelllnff.
C1acl Tcmr tkrwaia With Caaesratav
Cn1y f'thrtlf, cure eonaiipatlon forerar.
I0c.2to. JI C.C.C.Ill.ilru(riure(un4oKiD.
The Oregon llomeHcekcni Immigration
Suggests a plan for selling your
farm. Write for it. Address
Oregon IIomeseekers Immiora
Oregon City, Oregon.
The Knterprice and Oregon ian for 2.CI
0 I.VKKl HOTTLE.
Of Sbiloh'a Consumption Care la Ihia
guarantee : "All we ask of you il to use
lwo thir.lt of the content! of thia bottle
aithfully, then if you can say you are not
U'lieliied return the bottle to your Drug
gixtand he may refund the price paid."
Price 25 ct., 50 di. and (1.C0. C. G.
f hr. Shilohs
j tougn and
Person knowing tliemelvet in.leb'ed
to thit paper are reflected to pay up, at
a paper cannot he run on promises.
Ion't take the per out of the poet
ofliee for a nuinher of yean and then
talk alout ordering it etor.oed when yoo
are called on to par. The longer you
wait, the hauler it ia to pay.
Thia It fcryond ijueaMon Ihe
rmxtt auccntful Couxh MedU
cm tymr known to icmn: a
lr tra IntotnaMy euro tha
'rt caoa ol ( onh. Croup
an htonchliia, whila Ita won
Ccrful iun In tha cure ol
I niimntifn It without a par
a'lt-l in thehi0ry ol mrtlicina.
hinca It fit.t dix-nvrry It baa
tn ao'.il cm a truarantr
Iril whwh no othrr mlicln
can stand. II y.u bava a
Couith, c arr.L; ak you
In L mted Statraand
i 2A Canada r..lc. andll.Ki. and
V.r. In KrKland la. ltd., ta. 3d. and
For tale by C. U. Huntley.
Uw Ara Toair KMarya I
t llnbha' StrMt pillipgmll kMnry lilt. Saw
p fr AM hi(liua Hrmmai tn-.Lktcmta or "
A new line of ladie's top shirts,
ladies fancy colored underskirts.
Hosiery for ladies and child
ren, and lace curtains from 45
cents a pair upward.
vylvw v o"W v.aas'Bv,9a'ie',e'
Housefurnishing Summer Needs. If you are interested in securing these items at
lowest possible prices, you'll thoroughly appreciate our June offerings, you'll
feel them to possess exceptional merit. It's passing along to our customers the
houseneeds at their real worth, it'd in giving houeat values that makes this store a
favorite buying place.
All sizes and prices.
10c. and up, double roll.
Ice Cream Freezers lo rent. Qjjfvt
Hammocks. 85c. and up.
Water set and tray
Covered jelly glasses
xr dozen 3tc
Berry set of bowl and
R sauce dishes. . .20c
Water tumblers, per
Revolving glass table
large size 13.
, m 1
might be perfect little
angels if they c )uld always
have their meals in time.
Cook your meals on the
Charter Oak Stove or range
and you will make a little
lamb out of your cross
Stoves $14..ro and up.
Steel Ranges $3o and up.
p a re our
here are all
nres s 1 v to
to our order. Somuch for good
ness, the patterns are different,
that's our aim, the prices are
fixed at our small profit over
the landing cost, here again
your interests are served. We
eell fine linen warp matting
for 23c a yard.