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OREGON CITY ENTERPRISE, FRIDAY. APRIL 6 1901
Oregon City Enterprise
TlCl HabTBID It All WAY GoMPANy
7:00 A. u.
11 is r. m.
bi only to
iu:jo ok 7 la
7 0$ a, m.
I n only in
II y only lo
To Wi,i, lianas so Mid.-For long
Unit Ilia resldenia of Oregon City have
had no loral tailor of Caucasian blood
to make llinlr clothe, Thav had
gentleman of Mongolian ffludrni'lua, but
ItoNxljf lM been partiriilarv (lurk or.
mm. Joe Knowltori r.( of Hacrainenlo,
Ul.,a lallor of wlila ai , xrlmica arid
gxxl eklll ha located In Oreioii fM
ami aaka tlia patronise of men who like
lo be well rirneeed. .1,,.,. , OMMmum
ilia r.nlorprlse oflli-e.
llo yen mII yeur WHltrrcalT
A rtn.ui AuioKnT.-Tlia Infant
in of J'l.lllim Hill kluln. who II v.. .1
Imnl and Madiaon alree! mat with
peculiar accident .t Humlav afternoon.
The little lollow, who I about 11 month
olJ, lia.J ancurmj a po kt knife arid waa
playing with It. Ila fall it,l ,a kuila
blad plortad hla t-.iiKUa. ht. Hirlik
land wee tall. J arc Jrraaad l!,e wound.
hlllpp liutklulu la a matblilat ami
worke lor una of tlia paper will com
41 MiNUTI aOMlDULI.
UN liKKTA K I Mil-Mhai.k A Jlill, it,.
un)fUar. iMeaen dpu ami
bfl(( Tl liuna .. 11I4M or Uay,
property vanished, until now there fa
notdlng left but about IW worth of
farm niaMrlilnnry. TM week Ilia once
'I'M hueband ari'l wia were quarreling
I. . a I
. . . .
rvaxaai, or Uxoaoa V. FaNiuoaa.
Ida luoeral of (Jeorxe 0. Fenlmore
look place lat Friday. Fenlmore diaxj
from ronenmptlon. waa a profes
sional baaehall playear and Injured dim-
" lu-klnat. Ur violent exertion
lia brought on hemorrhage o( Ilia lung,
whUu resulted In bla daaib. Oalnu to
It lon and njnaUa illoeaa Lli wila
U loft lo tinitilua clrcumaUncMi. TIiom
lAltHKN AMI) kftlLI.lt MKIIIM.-TI.. i who liava klii.ll I ....
d.ai a.a arr.i.uM u, mow. ,T ' l-pr-dala Uia
itiiaiiniaon will mat a i-laii ol ' nl'lahNfci of Ida aorroalng wMow,
tmi$ raMriMf anil lomabi t'latiia. '
puit l AmmaiHT A. Ifalni
A Co., tha imara. Kara bruq a auit In
aii4rl.nir.nt lorolln-t tU tnn of V ftj
lur irMrlnadr0rv. to lo J. M. Jo.
aln, Jr fsiirlirrd and Adam f(ip.
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I'l. ll'IDia LO.. ra IIibI ! da
IAUU AMI UMHIMi--Tl.a
UK. fl I-Jf Mr. ('. (iIMhm.. ((.!
foiiiit ami huit.a
f iflli Hiraat
"tl'oSU UK I. A T S 1 ICY W ain" ai'r'Uf .
1? ijn rwon.l an. iiiit.1,
claM anrk al raacicalila priwa.
V' a it w : i:V" r. iTy it i i-liZZi um
A Pif li.ir. Imiii Oriiial liuoii,
3 f.nn an nifii.
Alalia Ui rnl.
WllUU (.". Ill Lf.
I BWIW k
JtrST-l III t.( mr tx.ar.1lh
niiti aa "Tlia C.liu " ail
It baa It fi...i. Ham ran.
Maa. C. (iiaaoaa.
I U K tl Ml AMI tHMH-The Millar
" lluuaa un.lar nianarvxiciiL Main
Owl al Urtiilniia of (( railaay aitrh.
Kt) anl ruuntt 1 Am ir ark.
Maa. I'.J lioaaaata.
M'lIK IIL'II '-llobiarklaa aland. W
atilne In loan. Mlt'MtaL iiiumi.
"Alaaya on iluijr."
lor Ida ooaaoaalon of Ida
tUIr waaM Mtta. Jfra. Kmma Mow
rd claimed Ida farm inacl.lnarr and
M It atorad. I), W. Howard oMamnd
aaarrh warrant and t;k Ida macdln
ry. Krfora Junllca llnrman fa. of
l aol.y, Ida raaa waa tried, Allomer
William 8. U'Hnn, of Orriron Cltr. re-
praaenUHl Mra. Howard. Ha convlnred
Ilia court tl.at Ida trial of iroi-.rt
rlglila waa lieyond tha iurledictlon of a
jiiaiuaola (.. Tda ma hlnrry waa
rrtiirnal lo Uri, Howard on tlia order
of Ida court
TKItllEKV AHS01UTIO1. .
llmlti'riilarjfretinrof the (larkamai
:i)totKX)f, loan on cdattid or ir
aonal aecurlty. Idml, I, Kaatliam, auti
100 llrward IOO
Tlia ralera of ldl ir will La
Wwd Ui learn tlial Idera la al laaalona
drea lixl diaeaaa that arlnnca l.aa n
alla lo cura In all Ita ataLa and that la
catarrh. Haifa Catarrh Cura la tha
only poeltlva cura now known tu tda
niedlral fraternity. Catarrh Iwlmr a
conatitmlofial diaeaan, reoulrtia a con
Ulutlonal Ireaininnt. Haifa CaUrrh
Cora la taken Internally, actlnii dirwtlr
fpon tha hlouj and rnucua aurfiwra of
Ida lyatem, Idervdy dawlroylriK tha foun
dation of tha diaraan. and tlvlnir tda na
tlenl atrani(tb by building up the coif
atltulion and aaelatlnr. natura In doing
lUwork. Tha orojirletora hare fi miik Ij
faith In Ita curative iwaera. that thev
otT-r 1100 lor any taae that It fall to
cure. Nnd for liat of teal
Ad dreaa, F. J. Ciikmcv k Co.. Toledo
0. Kolil by Irtiiilla. 75c.
Hall'i family I'illa are the let.
Klllif VAmmtd allll relali.a I.Ia HimL..
frbdanta are culling wood fur the r.tir !'''' ' "' l,f'Dcll'l I-ondon clula. Kv-
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WANTKI-(tMJ (Irl eaiiM for
1 all al elora o( t
" I lib ft I a l rfl ajitrk
f 111.1 WM.11.1111111ll"a
5 to get a Piano
flegant. full acala upright cab
inet grand piano Only t85. Cott
MOO lait July. Owner leaving
Ida Halt for tha Northwett.
mill". Thawjo.rutlrrabuliirlit irru-eil
Krf teo montda wltduut paying for Idem
and In order lo rMert tdeme.ea the
gn-era have atarhe. ,e money
In the bat). la of tda er mill
cowoeny. Tha action la In the circuit
fiiTii Kiaaar JUiaar JoaVpb
Korten, U e Herrntd tirroi baker bu
auld out bla bualoeea lo llarmao
Krdrader. Tda Utter la well koowo aa
Ide Uaa Uker for Helps A Co. Mr.
Minder underatamla Ma builnraa
tdoroiiMy and aa On-frfi City la bin
enough lur I wo bakerlar Idera la oorra
on why both of them alioulJ not roar.
air. trader will emleavor to give tlia
rvaldeula of the bill dietrl. I the Very beat
bread, cakoa and plea that be ran turn
l.lently be wanU bla dih of
apl.ed with a Utile lellowahip.
THE LOCAL NEWS.
QatuoN Tiaaia Kiitia'T. The Oregon
timUr eihlblt for the lluttalo Kioaiiion
la already going forward. It will con
iat of a auar tdne tree TVS feet bind.
31j yeara old and aeven feet tu diameter.
There will alao U a aolld plme of tlr,
three feel rvjuare and 73 leel long.
There will be other aamplea of llmlier
which are euoeed lo be tha flnnat that
can I gathered anywhere lo tha world.
I't at Fmin Cai-aAKR. KiMxt Commlae
loner Italley pro(OKea to enter on bla war
ai;alnnt fraud eometlme alxiut May 1.
Aa neatly everything Bold Id grocery
atorra U a rank counterfeit, ha will have
to turn the grocer lea wrong aide out be
fore he purlllna them. When lie tack lea
the "pure Vermont maple ayrup," there
will probably be an rxploalon. Ilia ao
Hon will ha looked forward to with a
rl deal of Intoreat.
Oi.o I'aoariiToa I ei. Homebody
baa eakel what lecumea of the old
mining prueprctore who apend their
Uvea In tha motinUioa looking for bid
den traaaurera. Una of Idem died at
Clatkainae Halghia tha other day. It
waa Jama Ityan, and be aa 70 yearn
old. He bad IrampeHl over tha mount
aifla for yeara and came from California
to and bla daya lo Clarkamaa county.
Nj Walker waa bla friend becaua Soi'i
father knew Hyao lo early daya. Hyao
llve.1 alone In a little cabin In a ark a
maa llelgbta, Ual Funday oitiht be
wentlo ImkI and never rot od atraln.
Ao Inuueat waa held Wednesday all
Holman'a undertaking rooma and tha
jury brought lo verdict thai Hyao died
frxrn natural cau-ei. He waa buried id
the city cemetery.
Have M paid jwur vaaler re ail?
Howard Family Taoiauia. Almoat
the laat aj t In the matrimonial drama of
H. W. Howard and bla wife Kmma, be
came I part of tha juatlce court rtcord a
Candy thla week. It la not ao many
yeara ago that tha credit of D. W. How
ard waa aa good at that of any man In
CUckamaa county. Ilia wife waa care
ful and Induairioua. Together they
raleed a family and aaw them happily
married, It wai then that I). W.
Howard, Inatcad of gaining wladom
with hli accumulated yeara, aeemod lo
lofltj all tha good aeiuw ha ever bad. The
Frof. Ivlaon, of lonaconJng, Md!
auflered terribly from neuralgia of the
tUimach and tndlgeetlon for thlrthleeo
yeara and after the doctor, bad failed lo
cure him thry fed blin on morphine.
A friend advleed the oae ofKodol Iya
pepela Cure and after Uklng a few
bottlea of It be aaya, "It baa cured me
entirely. I can't aay loo much for Kodol
Hyepepala Core." It dlgeata what you
eat. Geo, A. Harding.
The ttalement that Gen. Mi lea la to
attend tha World'a Fair in full panoply
will caue the aovereigo atatea to ruab
their applicalioua for apace.
A lUglag, Uearing Flea4.
Waaheddowoa Ulevraph line which
Chea. C. Fllla, of Llabon, la., bad to re
pair. "Standing waiat deep In Icy
water," gave ma a terrible edd and
cough. It grew woree daily, Finally
the beet doctore lo Oakland. Neb.. Sioux
City and Omaha aald I bad consumption
aud could not live. Then I began using
Dr. Klng'a New Diecovery. aud waa
wholly cured by elx bottlea" Poaltivelv
guaranteed for Cougba, Colds and ail
Throat aud Lung troubtea by Ueorire A.
Harding. Trie 60c and f 1.00.
The March meeting of the L'I kam.e
County Teachera' Aaeoclation waa held
In Ilia school building at Mount Meaa-
nt, Kalurday, March SO. It waa called
to oritur at the usual hour by Huperin-
The minutes of the prevloua metling
were read and approved.
Hiiierinlrident .inaer opened the
pro-am with remark on the Library
Aasoi union, urging tda need of a mil
Hhrary. The matter of the time of dol.l. ! V,
Ing ll.a annual institute wna alao Intro-i
dui wi by the auiierlnUfmlenL Conai.W.
able diversify of opinion existed.
M. Hyatt gave an fnterestlnk- addreaa
on "Anlmale of Clackamas Count v." m-
ginning witb the cat family and dwelling
on the habile and peculiar traits of ea. I.
family. "The stud of nature la roost
lancinating" aaid be. "growing In Inter-
eat, as onea powers of observation are
traine.1." The subject waa diecoaaed by
I'rof. Ziriaer, and Mr. Andrews.
The afternoon aeeaion Waa callel to
ordr at I :.) by President Zinaer. Tl,e
lollowingtllai.'uaaion took phv:e:
"Ilaolved, That the prevent district
ystem of schools be abolished-" Affirm
tle, T. J. Gary, Ara McUughlin;
Negative-Jegore Btrickland. Itobert
Mr. Uary favored the plan of combin
ing about Ova dislrlcta, with one board
of diruttore, eatahllahlng a primary and
grade at doola ; pupils past the aeventb 1
grade to attend tda central school to be
lot-ated near the center of (!.
. GOLDEN RULE BAZAAR
Cloves Silk an J kid all tho latest nhades.
Neckwear White laco Tie. also Stock and Bowi with gold
Belts Novelties in leather, velvet and gold lace belt.
Handkerchiefs I jhc,tt, embroidered and hemstitched in
plain and fancy borders.
S hlrt Waists Made in the latest titjle.
Hats AH the latest tyle in derbies and oft hat.
rj Neckwear Novcltie in Bow, 4 in hand and read made
Without waiting for any special call,
several hundred mlnlatera bave applied
to Prealdent McKlnley for appointment
aa army chaplalna.
tVill Headache, I'aina lo variona Darta
o( tha body, Sinking at tha pit of the
stomach, Ixiaa of appetite, Feverisbneas.
I'i ui plea or Sortie are all positive evlden
cea of Impure blood. No matter bow It
Uicame ao it must be purified in order to
obtain good health. Acker'a Blood
Elixir baa never failed to cure Scrofulous
or Syphilitic poisons or any other blood
diseaaea. It la certainly a wonderful
remedy and we Ml every bottle on a
positive guarantee. O. A. Harding,
Bear lk It tiDil YlM Hlrt Attirt BttCf
He believed that tl,l. ,
plan would lyatematiM the work and give
belter and more uniform rrsults.
M. MrUughlin followed on the earn
line. He believed that at prent,
teacders have Px many clae, to bei
able to axoopli.ht deeirad results.
He thought the new ayatem would not
increase expenae but rather have tha
oppoaite efTect. Mr. Stric kland and Mr.
Ulntber believed the present vtein the
Uxt tdat could be evolved at the preaeo t
Superintendent Zlntr rpuke lo favor
of ttie new ytem, explaining that the
greatest good to the greatest number
could be attained In that way.
Kev. A. J. Montgomery gave a de
lightfully interesting and instructive ad
dreaa on "trewa." Ha aaid a text lor a
sermon on treea would be "The tree of
the forest la man's life." He dwelt on
the Dereasitiee of foreeta, ahowlng that
the government ahould protect them, to
preeerve the present climatic conditions.
Children should be taught to plant and
care for trees, and shrobe, on the achool
grounds, "a thing of beauty laa joy
lorever" said he.
A tote of Uiank waa tendered Mr
Montgomery lor hia addrea, by the
aaaociaboo. Mr. McArtbur'a pupiis
added much o the enjoyment of this
occaeioo. by carefully selected songs and
reciUUona. A vote of thank waa offered
lo the good people of Mount ricaaant
for the royal entertainment provided for
On ruotloo the Association adjourned
lo meet again io April.
fixariu M. Gtnaox.
Shirts Spring style in white and colored hirt.
Collars and Cuffs All the latest trle in "Arrow" and
Cloves Kid glove in gray and tan. '
GOLDEN RULE BAZAAR
LK'DEK 15 DV.VCE STYLE? .D L6Vf PWCEJ
.1 ., 'V
oe torn-; z' n
7th St. on Hill,
lr. Moore has exclusive charge, and
receives new good daily.
Arriving Daily at the
Irca le I jui ijTirl
b The Only Place for Bargains.
The operation of through trains be
tween San Francisco and Lo Angelee,
via Surf and Santa Barbara, will begin on
Sunday, March SI, 1901
on the new coast line. Two through
traina daily. The coast Hue limited
leaving each terminal in Uie morning,
equipped with elegant cafe and parlor
cara. will make davl vht trins through
the nioet picturesque, varied and enter
taining acenee on the continent. In
qulrtjof agent of the Southern Pacific.
At some stage of the Chinese contro
versy it I expected that Minister Wu
Ting Fang will aollcit Mark Twain 'to
The Enterprise (1.50 per year.
$4,000 fforfli of Shoes
which must be cut down half during tho
next 90 days. Some of this stock will be
sold for actual cost, and the balance at 10
per cent profit. Come and see me and see
if I can't save you some money on a pair of
boots or shoes.
7th and Center Streets, - On the Hill
Enterprise and V. Oregonian $2.
Ramblfir IiV,vp,1os urn rfilebratod for their marvelous strenrtlt W
and liffht runninir Qualities.
Tho Rambler factory makes a more completo lino of high ll
grade bicycles than any other company.
Rambler Chainless $60
Rambler Racer - 60
Rambler Cushion Frame (chain wheel) 60
Ramblor Light Roadster 40
Rambler Heavy Roadster 35
Ideals S20 to 25
Morrow Coaster Brake $5 Extra
We woulif like to show you these wheels.
UBicycles sold for cash or on installments. Second hand wheels
f ' taken in exchange.
The Oregon City Jewelers