Oregon City enterprise. (Oregon City, Or.) 1891-194?, August 09, 1901, Page 7, Image 7

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    OJtEOON CITY KNTEItl'ItlSE, FRIDAY, AUGUST 1901.
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Social Happenings.
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,-r.v x"xr
Tlm Ifnliwl Artisans nvn an lnlnst
, ,iiti.fUliniiwl laal evening In Will
,m,.li.. Th program m In
clirt' Ml" l-ottlo Tllloalwi, ti mi.
tm,,.l..'d I'lorllllolll.t III Ht. I'slll,
a.til by '"'I- IMreahllirnl
.ore served.
Tm Young IVopleS Hm-lnly ol th
jl.pll.l t lmri li pleasantly surprised Hoi,
j . ji.avtii Ut Friday evening, the
lon "'"a" ,lr,l",y annlveraary.
Th rvriiiiiu H,,y,,,y i'""'! ii'
g.Hir ml mualo. I If. Heavail was
.,M.eenled ' lll(lillli Ullt VlnW of
wiiumi-" '" ,,I,,H
l.N 'HAI..
VnlniUy iliU l (tladaluiia
I, Wii khUI given ty id l'Hi.'
guild ol Hi. I'aiil's rliun li on the ln
IOtlH III fwaldolire ol Mr. Hatllahury
itl Mr. 1 lrttr V. Hatilabnry, whoaa
lou' adjoin. Tli grounds f
(ireinly lt'rul Willi Japane n
Ikiiii. Im cream and calm aa aa-rved.
TI.ii evening I'M! I'll music Bud
fwitaiii'in '" fMly ).. y-d f
im present
AMflt -Ai I.UU.
Tim marriage ol Mr. James V. ('arti
bell, dentily dlalrlct BlUiny ol Clarke
iiim 1'uwiiy and rising young attorney
ol tin riiy. u MU Anna ('. I'stililng
.iliiuiiil al Iiiiiiki ol llm hri'la In
Oswego Wednesday evening, llm affair
aaa 'ju'pt , only llm relative ml
Intimate liiend ' lli brlda being lea
rut. Mrs. Callijdxill llm ferlplelil
ol mny UikUhi kIIi. Tim newly
r ldl pair lH yet-rday morning l;f
( rip Uc h lil limy III shii4
lioii Ituiiaytr.min. I'imji) ilmlr return lo
Oirifin CUT I'my Mill Im at Iiotim t
tl.rlr liirnli III llm lower flat of llm
Harry llsi-hi'i rraldem-o on Main at red
(.rlavru Tarlllli and Thirteenth.
(im'k'oH 1'urter, ol .i Angnlea, aho
is titling lila l.rullief John W. I'orlrr,
in il.ia nir, m'lo a trip 1j Tim lllra
al arrk, aouiuanliH l.jr lilt nlnca.
J!im fan lutlnf. Willi llmr limy
rf llir niraia ul Mr. an) Mr. J. It
1 1. W. 'rirlmrl anl family Ml yaor
lay I r lila Ihtrif day v atlun, Tlmy
f.r.l ki lo llm Wvkli rtilpinnit n k
ainaa rouidy la k ol Ofrin I'liy, limn
tliry HI join lr. Tlioina nl (ainily
an I liav an oulliitf on llm lml a(ra
cltl.e CUkaina rlr. Coallli (ia
aril.
HAIL UiXl hl.MUV.
irraU Star aad ttlllamrllra
I'U; la TMil lly.
WW
A Knm I' r htil Kunlay liaa Un ar
riip. 4lwirn llm Willainrllra and
ivala hlara. (lam all) Im callinl at
C J i oM.m a ami Wlllaumtt Ka.Ha flrld
ill Im Ilia liatlln gnmnd lA a hard llrug
V lur aupminary.
Ilia; Ug Orltrt.
I inn i r mil ,t ilrlvea ara boar afloat In
llm WllUnmtUi. On a'-allnjf lirlavrn
and i),(HH),(H) (rrlia maklliK
ali(actory I'rourrav to llm tullU, Imv
Inn r l.rtl ('orvallia Friday. Tim n
(Iiim-miik ol a rail ol lliia an rrnulrpa
kill. dilWnl In kind Iml a InlvlllKi'iit,
an tlmt KiiiliiMl lo run llm tnttiiiM ol
In Ailanilc llnrr. Tim axiiititiirita n(
li'll navigation art atltit lt. Iml atroiitl,
and ix'ifm'lly tullt'd lo llm urto
Tim ainiiilr raiim kivita ic a llli llm
tiKivitiaC Iik, and. wlitlntlm ouilH ran
tiarixly Ui rallfd a "(l.mtllig ialc,
It atiawmt (HTfrn tly tlm iicrtll ol llm liU
iiavlKatora and tlio rriinlroiimnl ol Ilia
liimliicKa. Tim wliolo rcir'nt aaturdy
l) ol labor alili li la at Hut fountain
lica I ol tlm ureal IhihImt Induatry, and
dihiimimU tlm riMiiii'l lliat la Una to
'i"i'il energy and IntnlllKciue. Oro-
Knlaii.
APrOlSTMUMH MADE.
rrraiih-nl Alhrleht of Hie Mrrrhant'a
Aaam'lnllun Nainra Commltter-n.
rrealdentCharloa 0. Alhilght, of the
Keiail Murchaut'a Aaaoclallon, ol Oregon
t'liy bua named tlia following commit-
Wboleiala and manufacturing (I. W,
iine, j, McKittrlik, L. Adam". M.
Micbanli, V. Hunch .
Leglalatlnn W. A. Huntley, Geo. A.
Harding, K. L, Holnmn, J. Kvoibart.
Hliortwlulita ami moaaurea Geo. T.
Howard, I). Kly, V. Harrl.
Trade A. Rolwrtaon, F. T. Harlow,
0. A, Mctllaaban.
Auditing Win. AtulreNen, Win.
Wright, K. W. Brown.
Information 0. Buliueliol, B. Fro
tK,C. A. Mulr.
Tho following board ol director was
luctodib. Kly, G. W. Graco, W. A.
Huntley, Win, Androrion, Geo. Howard
d A. Rolwrtaon.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
the Kind You Have Always Bought
Boara tho
Blgnatare of
Voices of the Sea.
a mi
"What an wild wavra y Iiim r"
-.'Hi(.
"Tha 1ri ullrrnl hli volt."
-IUIiIiIiui.
To lilin tint ilwaiU Ualila llm aa,
Ilia Imarl In IovIum aymiiailiy
Willi alllia mooila, aoiili aii-oeli It lialli,-
Now aa.t, now gay, In ov or wiaili-
Aa wliol ),( Imrp or oritan Imm,
Drawn lorllt liy a manlar'a Imml alona
Haaal aai llm air, llm tiiiialilim lirlM,
V I. an Ural I Iwlmld Ilia a;
And Ilia laii((liliiK. rolllnklhic (uam-wraallird
aval
Hanu a aalroma. a wxliioum In nm
". Ill i a joy
Ha linw a .ay,
(llarlully ilalicInK '
Tlm IIvHouk iay ,
l.ltl lo our liiualol
Oll.ii at ainlla,
KdliklaMil lo haauly,
HlnitliiK llm ttliila
O III raala Hailf o'ar ami o'ar,
J ml at Ilia a- draak on llm tliora;
Hunllxlil and aliadow uimiii It fall,
A llm aky lilua or jfrvy Iwnila ovar all."
Wlilla I .a Ida bra h In Hit chill of morii,
in aa'ii colli, crual avt a vole aeaini
born,
Wlioaa lotiaa bava a ralatic tad.
'). aj at li Ilia Uul a Iraai-liaroua aaa
ilaiaaan aarlh and far oil tiarnliyr
'Tla a Irarklraa aula, aa al ami aida,
Wlib llm (lib and flow of a varrliiK tila,
And Hill lo maka ona lal."
O, abal li It fur, Uila marrllraa aaa,
lilt wr kln( ilia lioa of bumanlly,
CaalliiK lliam ilrad aaliora.
Why uinal aa bulTal Ha tall. ! warn,
WhU li. Ira'lii(, lliraaian Ui rnakaour Rrarra
Willi many Kuimdown Iwlorar'
Coiiim a Voir, alaallna;
(War Ina, knraling
Wtmr Ilia (mart Itrala of ciaan aounil;
All Dm air la ralm.
With a liaallnf balm,
Aa tlmflory of aoaaat fall around
"Tim ara la lilt, and Ha mada II
Mralarlniia, aolainn, (rand;
I la Uiun.lt Ha aa; lla ll.lat ara bald
In llm hollow of Hit band
III .urHM-a vatl uiifol'llo
Thiougli tha tra lonK Koim by,
llaaaal Ida iaro( llm lull'. lla
Who knoaa lha bow and why."
ho. Illigarlim liara (ill lha ml'lnlithl.
Moon and tiart looking down from abovr,
lliiiiianliy araiiit bnl an atom
In Hod a unltaraa of lorn.
And llm olr of Ilia jfrat Orator
I brar In Ilia aomnliii tea,
I'roclalndiig Ha -af and (lory
In wumlarlul majaaiy.
Mtariu UC llninn
irr iron Cny.
air af (alarart.
Tiira.lay avphlntf a lull altndanr ol
Cataract nmuilicra aaa irMMnl at tlm
rr(iilar montlily inpriinj ImtJ in tlmlr
rlub room on loaar Main trrt.
Allilvlu aaa llm ul.Jrt undr ill
ru alon and It taaa aurinxl lo am abat
could ha dona toward Mtvlrlnf the old-
Hum lnl lor Uila kind of work.
'rildiil l.lltl apolntrd two com
mlMtwa tu alart tlm iiiovriio-nl. Tlm
rotnmlltiHMiconall ol W. Litl, lloaard
W. Itrownrll, Chaumry Uainaby and
Kd He.knri K. A. William, C.
Itaiimhy.
I liave )il"iity ( money to loan (orlonn
and abort tiuma at 9 -r cent Intcr-aU
(ioaiMiN K, IUva,
I'liderwcar, liom'rv, rililKiim, dreai
aklrt and walat at hall prkea at tlm
lUrkel Store.
Orrion I'll t Xarkel Itrport.
(l)rni t5 in Friday.)
Wheat No. 1, fi'.'ii buabel.
Kloiir I'ortlan.l. 1.1 IW Hr bhl. 85
irr ak. Howard Imat, into mrM'k,
l.l.:U)iM-r bbl.
(lata In aik, whito, 4 Jenta pur
liiialinl. irrav. K
Hav old Tluioiby, $12 per ton. New
Tlinotiiv. l.H to 111 iwr ton. Clover $7 to
H ler ton.
Millatnira Bran, lfllX) ht ton
aboita, llu.Oii per ton, chop, fltl Hr ton,
barley, rolled, :i tHi Kr ion.
I'otatiM- new, (kl: to HOc Hr a k.
Kgga Oregon, I7l to Wo per doen.
HutUir Uaii. h. -.'."i to 35 cent per roll
Black berrie. to 3'uc tr l-ox.
Currant, 4 to 4lvo Imx.
tlniona, choice, lo to 1 per lb.
Green ea, 2o Mr lb.
Uooaelx-rrie, 10 to 2ic H-r gal.
Boaiihtirriee, K to 4 font jwr liox.
tnierrlea. dark variety. 3 lo 3SiO per
lb ; Uoyal Anne, 3S,u to 4c ner lb.
ir..a...l chickun. 10 to 12)ti c per lb
I.lveatock and dreaned meats; beel,
live, 11.00 to :l 75 per Immlrtul. Hogn,
live, 6ctinoga ureaaeu, c, aue'i,
2V to S.U'cj aheep, dreaaod, tic;
veal, dreaaod, 7la ;1mus ,lve 3lc'
Iambi, dreaaed, fl.li''t
EXCELLENT THUS KEKTICE
And Chrap Bound Trip Esrumlon Bale
Of Hie A AC. R. It. Make a Hit
With the Public.
, Tho Topular l'ortland-SeHldo Eiprera
loaves Union Depot every Saturday at
2:30 p. m. and runs through direct with
out transfer arriving at Astoria 5 :60 p.
m Gearbart 5:40 p. m., and Heaiiido
6:60 p. m., making direct connection at
Warrenton lor Flavel. Leaves Searlde
returning on Sunday at 5 :00 p. m., Gear
hart 5:10 p. m. and Astoria 0:10 p. m.,
arriving at Portland 0 :40 p, m., thus giv
ing paaaengors Saturday night and all
day SunJay at the beach.
Begular round trip excursion tickets,
good until Bopfc 15th, 14.00. Saturday
round trip excursion tickets, good to re
turn Sunday evening, 12 50.
Connections at Astoria with Steamers
"Nahcotta," and "T. J. rotter" for all
North Beach points.
llHtlTISIIIIANKJtUrTB.
miVILECES WHICH ARB ACCORDED
DY LAW TO PEEKS.
oma l'nallh l.aaal llarlaloa aa l
H'liat ( OMalllula Ilia Kavfaaarlaa ol
Ufa -1 bar nijrlf llltTaV Froaa
link a to Ordinary Mortal.
K'-cfiit liiuikriiitcy tnaia In Tmilnn
Jiiivo bronulit up vnrloua ! (iil ilcclalona
whlih hnvo Immii rrm lii'd In Knxlund
on tlm Miitijf't of whnt am nwi-wutrlfa
of llfu for nu n of viirloiia atutlon and
ilruri'ia who uro not In coiiiiiiaiid of
their own liicoiiifN.
A diiku, for ltiMtan'. or t-vwi a trinr
Miila or mi irirl la riilltlcd by law to
oiin IhiIiIii of (Iiiiiiiiiikiio a dny If hi
trimti'i hold tin' invii'7 to l"iy for It
In llm rnaii of tlx1 former Imko of Mnn
t hcatiT llm liiw diTldid Hint m-Vfii lxt
tl' of rhnminiii a w-k aro iiff
aary to a dnk wlma afTiilr may Im In
tlm Imml of Irimtii-a ami Hint If Im
hnd not tlu' control of hi own Im-oine
Im imiat Iw allowed to linvft a rnrrlnKn
with mm horae, a rldliiK homo a well,
oim iiintinervunt find a hoiiwi with a
rent of not lea thnii 2V) a year; oth-t-rwlao
ho in it n t l nllowed to hnvo tha
ii w of 12.') a year, while tho rent
inlflit Im allowed to arrmiitilnto for the
(Md of tlm ratnto till tho trtiati-fl jx
rlod eiplreil.
A vliHtiiint or a Imron 1 allowed ly
law lo drarrllKi a ne-eaaarli' thins
w tilth amnllrr fry in Ik lit aimitclo along
without Hut a vlaooimt'a lurouio
irovldi'd there I anytiody to jmy It-la
fixed at fl..V)0 a year ami a hnron'a at
fl.ift. IIo I. uimmiIiik any guard
Ian have a few tlioimamla a year to
pay out to Mm ao-onllwc V) dlarn-tlon,
only rnllib-il In claret a a beverage,
for hi yearly wine allowance only run
to 00, which would not keep him In
ctimnpiu'iie utile Im drank It very acl
loin. Tha duku'a wlno hill may run
to iy.
Tlm Tlacount mut have a carriage,
hut It may m attached for debt, and
im caunoi rone in guaroiana ui giro ,
him a borae. Ot courae, If be bn no !
guardian, nor any Income, either, he
muat do a other (Miiptu and go with
out, but theao thing are colialdcred '
iieo-aaary lo mtl A mnmu-rvant I
allowiil to a vlacount or bnrn. but
the boiiiu' rnt nwd Dot cicei-d 2uo,
nor can It bo b-aa thou 1V).
A diK tor 1 U tter off than a vlcount
In one
way-bl corrlago cannot bo !
aelr.e.1 In moat caai-a. nor can the ex-,
penae .r It l rccitoncij in ma memo
tax telurn. In aclllng up a tlm-tor for,
debt be may n-tain one now. ami io
of hi carH ta ore conaldercd a neci-j
anrlra to bl bualiuaa-ln the ball and
conamuiiB ro.im-r.uii r-i oi u i
piece. IIo may nave surgical inairu-;
nienis ami niwurai oinini-- lUD
valuo of II.usi. and theao cannoi w,
-lxed. I
An or-litmry man can retain Homing
but bl clothea. Hi nairi.ruam-a anu a
few stern n-ea.iriea or tnai mna. ro,
wiuo i B.IOK.O io .i..u..
atu.I. nt in tue han.ia or iruaiccs. no can
Ociiian.l a coupio or a-rvauia auu
liouat. n nt or i' r year.
The sou of a well to do merchant or
iraueaman Hinting iwrai n. - ,
can diinanii iieitner wine nor Dorw
nor
rvatit, but the law moy anow.
lilm a mil of i.V) and another 150 or
f.UO to ki-p himself on. supposing bo
la In tho band of guardian, whether
under or over age. a io ucoi. uo cnu
Im aold up. Imr bl KToiial neccsoarlea
and hi clothe, though ho I not gen
erally allowed to keep more thaa alz
aults of the Utter.
If ho hns more a Judge might allow
them to be token with the other chat-
tela, and he can 1 left without a chair
tn alt on or a sixxm to rat w ith. Jewel
ry, If ho Im any, can le taken; but If
be ha, say. two pairs of valuablo
sleeve links he can keep only one of
them. In the same way he limy keep
a drt-H suit, but If he hns two nil order
may be made to sell up one of them.
A lawyer can have TiiH) books on legal
subjects or In some way iK-rtnlulns to
law, and these hnvo to be left alone by
tho broker. There are extreme cases
In which everything, even necessaries,
may Ih takeu. but the lawyer may also
.demand exemption even In such cases i
for his wig, or nt least two of them, j
and two gowns As a student In the
hands of gunnllans he can make them
pay llm S0 a jeur for chamliers, and
they must pay his examination and
other fee.
A clergymnn or minister of any kind
Is womt off of nil ond can keep very
llttlo for himself. He can mnko his
guurdlnns come down with the fees his
profession needs, however, and If ho
lives In the country as a curato find
has some trustees nnd also a guardian
he enn make them supply him with a
gnrdencr. -
Why Sha Wept.
Among tho Mntnotes, descendant of
tho Spartnus, thieving la considered a
very honorable employment. An Eng
lish traveler, being entertained at the
house of one of the mountaineers, took
aotno sliver articles from a packing
caso he hnd with him to cat his dlnuer
with. At tho sight of such costliness
an old woman began to cry, tho Eng
lishman having asked what affected
her so much:
"Alas, my good sir." she replied, "I
weep because my sou Is uot here to rob
you of thoso beautiful thlngsl"
No Gentlemaa.
"Mnme," said the girl In the red shirt
waist nnd plaid skirt, "ain't ho just a
prince?"
"Oh, rats!" replied her lady friend,
with dignity. "Any ouo kin see that ho
wenrs a ccllylold collar, aud them
trousers Is $3 oues." Thllndelphla
North American.
"What we call "tlmo" Is but a slnglo
sun ray thrown across the Infinite void
of eternity, and "llfo" Is but a floating
flicker or mote that vanishes even as It
becomes visible thercou.
NiwhI ('iilnrrli (jiilckly yb 11 to lr-nt-nmnt
by J ly' Crin Halm, wblcb la hv.ki
al.ly an.niiilln. it 1 r'lvad lliroiii li Iho
liohlrl!r, (,1. i,m.( and hmila lh wbola aur-fiu-t
t.v-r wbkb il dilTnan lalf. J'fiii'!ai
e ll lo Um. ai'i 'J rial ala by mini, l'l
mill. Tout It and you r or Ui co,;in;ii
tho u atiii nt.
iiiirmri' t im i.U
To a''fn inn !l.i tli'ii" l nr JinrlW
to Hi ii't of u i .ui .'"ra in b; I'lyini I " i i'.a
lulu ll.o ii' a" I n4Mi,i a for r 'unuol If' 1
Un, 11;- .-rit. 'era r- -.n- I'ftni V,i'.: 'w
ll'iul'l fonu, noli a vrill In irwn M t
IWii.l ('finn linlni. Iri liol'i'l lK Hi"
iirnyii:j(tul ia 7.i.nU. Iinnti;. ! or b
mail. I I.e liquid form embixl.i a the linxt
lulnal tirox:iti.. of tb aolnl n-parati'4i.
Ratrarlas Ilaeklaa.
General Iiuheanm waa a dlatlngtilab
1 French veteruii, tlalu by tho 1'rua
alana after tho rout of Waterloo. IIo
waa full of reaourco and had gn at (kill
ami preai'iico of mind. At IVacort,
when ho waa In great danger, largo
fortre In front and a aavage lnaur
rctlon In hi rear, bla own common
ai'liao a a veil Mm.
"Who commando at I'eecartr bo
aaked a aobller.
"There ore two."
"What la tho grade of tho chief In
coin m mid 7"
"A brigadier general."
"Ill ii a me r
"Im rietramaggloro.'
"Ilia titlr
"A mar'iula."
"Meager
"Alwut 70."
"la he well preaerffdT Doca bo keep
bl color r
"He la thin and pallid."
"Ia bla voice atrong and nianlyr
"It la weak and dull"
"Ia he lively, gayr
"Neither the one nor the other."
"What doea bo wear on bla beadr
"lie la powdered, and bla balr la done
In lix ka."
"Ilaa he lioota ond aporiT'
"No; he wear allk atocklnga, aboea
and great Imcklea."
"Great bnckler cried Duheeme.
"I'.rlna- nn tlm mins and bceln flrinst
j-jj. .,ice mU(.:"
)
Fiewaa Tor Por4o.
cn tlm tern Imke of Wellington
waa prime nilnlater under George IV,
be uiauaji-d the old monarch eaally
cnougli, but when be attempted the
aame tactic with the young Queen
Victoria he met hi match. Kbe con-
tuntlr niilnllteil lilm. One of hi
.,rt ofll,.,n, gc WM t0 hrng be-
furo ber . urt ,liartin death aenu-nco
wbcJj be etlHrU.(, hl.r l0 ,,ctt ,, t
,.,.. of n. A tidier waa to be
fr ,i(.,.nioii, and aa Ojo
arninl wu ,)lact MoT9 tne
i jU(n.u by e (,uke the ralH4 ber f yea.
fu, of ,0 bu f.ce saying:
,.IUTe yo(J nHtll,DC t0 MJ , u-balf
0f tj,-, poor moor
..NolhllJ, Mj ti,c duke, atandlng at
attention like one of bl own privates;
ha drtrrlwl thr, t)mefc'
, Qb tlitnk again." ptead-
j j0 M f M,1(J worc Mng taT
,he fe 0f her dearcat friend.
, myVv D,Bj,ty. bo certainly Is
md BoW1r( tut tben wti gometxidy
; w,JO .j.. f(,r tls glHHy character. He
may tou.rably good fellow la civil
"Oh. thank you." aald tho queen In
heartfelt tonea. and before the aston
lahed duke could utter a word of pro
test she bad written across the paper
j wofJ
Pardoned."
ParamkalatlBat Coat Dalrlra.
Thoro arc a couple of EuroK-an dal
rlca In Athens wbtme proprietors keep
cowa, but they do bualneaa mostly with
the forvljrnera aud with those Grceka
..A .n. .irit.n miiotinra Vnur Pennine
, Atben,an U.U.V1., ,be goat to be the
proiHT uillk. producing auluial, and he
retards the cow lu this conm-ctlon
about the same as Amerlcaus uo tne
ware.
The milkman takes bis animals with
him. Jangling their bells and sueexlng.
"Oala!" he shouts, with a quick, star
tling cry. with a Mg" whose guttural
quality Is unattainable by adult learn
ers aud usunll uipercclvcd by them.
When a customer comes to tho door,
ho strips the desired quantity Into the
proffered receptacle lu-fore her vigilant
eyes, select lug ono of the goats and
paying no attention to tho others, who
understand the business as well as ho
does. Patiently they stand about, chew
ing the cud or resting on contiguous
doorvtcps.
When their master moves on, they
arlso and follow, more faithful than
doga. Scrlbner'a Magnslnc.
Hoar Do Yow Proaioaaco 'DoBl"
How do you pronouueo "dogr The
chances are that If you are an average
Massachusetts cltlxen. you pronounce
the "0" rather broad, like "o" In aong.
Tho Century Dictionary, which Is a
very Indulgent dictionary Indeed, al
lows you to pronounce It so If you
wish, but no other dictionary does.
You should really sound the "0" as In
not Likewise how do you pronounce
"hog?" Even the Century won't let
you say "hawg." This reminds me
that a friend has written the following
beautiful but abstruse poem:
MY 1100 iSD MT POO.
A lnaun In pronunciation.
1 one owneJ a roving bog
And Jtkewiat a little doc,
Whom 1 chained unto a log
To keep him from a boc
Which wat near.
That my faithful little dawg,
lVaplte tha chain and laws,
Would purwe that roving hawg
And (rt drowned In tha bag
Wat nijr (car.
Boston Journal
Clever nilklna.
"nilkins wife found some poker
chips In his pocket"
"Yea?"
"WelL Bllklns told her they were
cough loaenges."
"Clever of Pllklns, wasn't Itr
"Very she swallowed two and very
nearly died." Ohio State Journal.
t 0. STRICKLAND, M. D.
Iloapltal and 1'rlvat Eirlnee.J
Oflcrt bla roflonal aarvlcra to tlm fiao
pla ol (Irrxon fit T and vicinity. HHal
altamion iall lo Catarrh and
('hrorilc (lltraiia. Itatl nf rafar
arifa glvru. Olllre In Willamette
limlillng. Omrahoiira: lOtoUa. in.,
to H Ji, III,
OHKdOS CITY OKK0ON
YOUR
I(EOfIgIBIUTlf
ENDS AND
OURS BEGINS
When you buy go-xU at
our utore, fjr our guaran
tee goes with every pur
chase, whether it costs
little or much.
Complete stock of Gro
ceries, fresh Bread, Buns,
Cakes, etc., always in
6 took.
You leave your order;
we do the rest.
HEINZ & CO.
PORTLAND TO
THE DALLES
Bjr the fast
Regulator
ami com
modious steamer
Leaves Portland daily except
Sunday at 7 a. m.
This is the Great Scenic Route.
All tourist admit that the scenerr
on the Middle Columbia is not ex
celltxl for beauty and grandeur in
the United States. Full inform
tion by addressing or calling on
J. S. liOOTH, Agent,
Tel. 914. Portland, Or.
Office and wharf, foot of Oak St.
E. I. SIAS
DEALER IN
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and
Sectaclcs.
All kinds of repairing neatly done
and warranted.
lotoUce llltlff. 'aby, Orrgom
Kupturo and Tiles
Cured without operation or detention
from business
1)11. 0. E. WATTS
Room 14. McKay Bldg. 3rd & Stark Sts.
PORTLAND, OREGON.
Hours a to 4 sod 7 to 8 P. M.
For Sale
Farming land, cleared and uncleared,
in Tualstin valley within 3 miles ol Ore
gon City. Also Urge quantity ol second
band common and fire brick at Oswego.
Apply to
T11 Okkoox Iaox and Stekl Co.,
339 Sherlock Building,
PotUand.
Lost, Mrajed or Ntoleo,
Liver and white Fointer dog from
Canemah. Liberal reward paid for any
information leading to recovery ol same.
Leave word at Heina Grocery.
Farm for ale.
Nine miles south of Oregon City, IK
miles east ol Canby and three miles
south of New Era. containing 160 acres,
itf clear nlowed land. 80 upland and 60
good timothy laml; none is overuowing,
nine aeres in orchard in different variety
ollruirs, all tenced and cross tenced,
two Bood wells, and good water. Good
buildings, J4 mile uoin school nouse
Good 'ocation and good roads.
Price 140 per acre, tor particulars,
address John Schindler, Canny, or in
quire on larm, Canby, Oregon.
PARK AND WASHINGTON STREETS
rOR.TI.AND, OREGON
A. P. Armstrong, LL. B., Principal
A practical, progressive achool, conaptcuoua
for thorough work, with hundred of graduate
In poaitiona aa bookkeeper and atenographera.
Already proud of a high atanding wherever
known, it ateadily grows better and better,
Open all the year. Studenta admitted any time,
Private or clasa instruction. Learn what and
how we teach, and what it coat, Catalogue free,
Board of Directors
D. P. THOMPSON, PRESIDENT
D. SOUS COHEN - - DAVID M. DUNNE
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY
TO 8ALEM AND INDEPENDENCE
STEAMERS
ALTON A AND POMONA
I.KAVRS OHKflOM CITY
Going up, 8 .00 a. m. Going down 2.30 rm
SUNDAY TO OREGON CITY ONLY,
ossoo citt osTkaa
ft:.?) A.M. 8.00 A.M.
1 :n P, M. 11:00
4:f 2:30 P.M.
7:00 6:30
Str. LEON A.
Four round Iripv everyday.
Ieava Orioii City at 7 and 10 a m, 1 30
ami 4 30 rn
Iavi-a Portland 8 30 and 11 30 a m ; 3 30
and 0 p m
25 cenla round trip.
j
Tim Cad P. C. A 0. R. R.
tlVt LEAVg
PORTLAND OREGON CITY
(Couch St.)
jxo a. at. 7:03 a. u.
7:45 7'5
8:y 8:35
9:15 9.20
10:00 10:05
10:45 10:50
11:30 11:35
11:15 P. at. u:x p. M
1:00 IX)5
MS ISO
r.y a:35
315 3:
4X 4:05
45 450
5:30 5:35
6:15 6:20
7 7:5
7-45 .
8:30 only to 8: jo only to
Milwaukle Milwaakl
9IS 9:5
10:30 10:30
ilof only to iMol only to
Milwaukee Milwaukle
12:50 Sat only
Except Saturdays, then only to Mil-
waukie. t Except Saturday, then to
Oregon City. JEqcept Saturdays. 4T0
Milwaukle only.
Astoria & Columbia
River Railroad Co.
DAIL.Y TRAINS.
. U 17
Hat.
Efl-tive
July , I'M
D'ly Dly
i.M T U.
11 10 9 40
10 lf 8 U
9 M 8 20
9 .V) 8 U)
9 30 7 54
9 2o 7 44
9 12 7 34
9 02 7 2
8 ft2 7 17
8 37 7 02
8 17 6 42
8 07 6 XI
. 7 .V 20
r 7 4.'. e 10
5
r.M
Ml. A.M
2 3
e v s on lt
Oft 9 06 ...
8 20 in ...
H'M 9 35 . .
8 44 9 4oi...
R .'JI A fdl
Portlar.d
Ar
S X
i 47
...Ooble...
Rainier .,
. Ft ranitd .
. Mavgrr .,
. Quiiicy .
"laitkaoie
M trail land
. Wmtport
. Clllton .
. Knapt.a .
. Hvcnren
4 01
4 07
4 IV
4 8 M 10 O.1)...
4 XI 9 OH 10 IO) . .
4 4 I1 9 l!l 10 21j...
4 s: 9 r 10 a...
5 17 10 i) It 02'...
5 21 ID tu U 10. ..
5 10 20 II 22
John Day
5 SO 10 3.1: 1 1 Ar.. Ationa. Lv
EASIUIS UITISIOX
11 30 a. m ..)
8 15 a. m.. J
... 7 40 a.m.
... 4 "Op. in
...10 35 a. ro
... 5Mp.ni
...12 30 p. m
.. 7 20 p.m
. .. 1 30 p. tu
... 9 30s.ra,
6 15 a. ra..
2 30 p.rn .
5 00 p. ru
9 45 a. ru
SEASIDE
CONNECTION'S.
All trsins make clow connections at Gobi
with all Itorthern Pacilic trains lo or front
the East or bound Points.
At Portland with all trains leaving Union
Depot.
At Astoria wiin 1. K ox ?. Co. boats ana
rail line, and Steamer T. J. Potter, to and
I mm Ilwaco and North Beach Points.
Ticket office, 2'5 Morrison at, and Union
depot. J. C. MAYO.Gen. Pass. Agt.
Astoria, irrw
FOR CLATSKANIE
Steamer 6. W. Shaver,
LEAVES
Portland foot of Washington street Tues-
daya and Thursdays at 5 p. tu., for Clata-
kanie and way landings. SunJays to-
Oak point.
Returning, leaves Clatskanie Wednes
day and Thursdays at 4 p. m., tide per
mitting.
This ia the nearest and most direct
route to the great Kehalem valley.
Shaver Transportation Co
EAST AND SOUTH
-VIA-
SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY.
Shasta Route.
Trains leave Oreiron City for Portland and
wav stations at 7:00 A.M., ua.ai. ana
6:30 P. M.
Lv Portland
Lv Oregon City
Ar Ashland
Sacramento
" San tfrsncisco
8:30 a M
9:22 AM
12:65 A at
6:10 F at
7:45 pm
8:00 rat
9:14 r at
12:35 nr.
5:00 A at
8:15 Ar
" Ogden
' Denver
Kansas City
" Chicago
4 :55 A M
9:30 A M
7:25 AM
7:42 am
7:00 am
9:l5r M
pm
" Ixs Angeles 2 :00 r M 8 :05 a m
"EIPsso 6:00pm 6:00pm-
"Fort Worth 6:30 am 6:30 am
" City ol Mexico 11:30 a m 11 :30 a at
'Houston 7:00 am 7:00 A at
"New Orleans 6:30 pm 6:30 pm
"Washington 6:42 am 6:42 am
"New York 12:10 pm 12:10 pm
Pullman snd Tourist cars on both trains.
Chair cars 8scramento to Ogden and El
Paso, and tourist car to Chicago, St. Louis,
New Orleans and Washington.
Connection at Ban Francisco with several
steamship lir.es lor Honolulu, Japan, China,
Philippines, Central and booth America.
See agent at Oregon City station or ad
dress O. H. MARKHAM. Q. P. A.,
Portland, Oregon.