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VOL. 30. NO. 1'2
OKKOON CITY, OREGON, FJUDAY, AUGUST SO, 1001.
(JKO. 1. JIUWAIWl
VM .'.STATU AND INMUKANCK
i(rl I'lulit, . Colllt lloliie lllmk
ATTORNEY AT LAW
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fOU.Nhf.M'UX AT LAW
Utl SfSSSf USSUO t'ITT, OHKUdX.
furenl" "" n ill, M.nr. rf-
Aro pretty hut you can't mako bread from thorn.
Ilio Hour that tiiakcn tho hcHt Lrcal is manti
fa;tun.( at Oregon City by tho Portland Flouring
Mills, from old wheat by a(crit proccHH. Tako
in other Sold by all grocers.
O, HEADY FOR HOI'S
TliouHii(l of Men, Women and
Children Preparing to rick.
1AKUK UKLD 45!) FA IK FMCK1
JKO. C. Iiliun jw.i.i.,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
M ill i isrilr Iti all tliarotirla of lb Slate.
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ATToltNK.Y AT LAW,
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VIII b(rtlr I IH! WittrU ( lb Stale. 01-
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MMICK A KASTIIAM
CoiiiniTcUl, Ural Ktat atiJ Pro
bate Law, FM'ciatlii-N.
AUirsds of Title made, Money !oaned
0eofr MrKiUfkk'iKhM Htore. near
U Hank ol Oregon Cllf.
Onitoa Citv, Owo.
J W, MrANUI.TY
Junllco of Uio IVac.
Will attend looolWllont nd Mil reajealats.
nVo Mala tUreot,
Oip. Albrll.t MmI Market, UrefoflClty.
V. t D'lta 0. loks.Vtl
U'KEN t SCHUKUEL
Attorneys at U.
III practice in ! win, waks collections
nd srtdemenla tif I'.e'ete.
famUh Halfwit of till, lend yon woney
and lend your money an flrsl ruorgas.
Offlco In Enterprise Building.
Oregon (,'Hy, Ortgon.
E ELECTRIC HOTEL
tlaem Hot arid Ulrl bight.
Itr.l Meal In mm al ti r.m.,
Tho Only- First-Clais
IhM in town.
-Rates $1 day and upuierds.
f ACOlt lAMKI., Proprietor.
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We are the agents for Premo
Camera, and the price is re
duced from 25 to 53 per cent.
Tr; our gturanlnd (l"wr,
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fUtt Hl. !'
" nilafBata, Va
Latest Novelties In the Photo
line at reduced prices.
CHARM AN & CO.
IJOUEUT A. MII.I.KK
ATTORN KY AT LAW
Ln1Tltlrniit Im! Office
W ill tactiit iu all Colli U of lite State
Kwtin . Wrlutiant UMil.
Ojp. Court lloua, OrrKOB Cilr, Orrgon I
We carry the only Complete line of
Caikru. Coflina, Robes, Lining, and
lave the only Crtt dan and ap-to-Jaie
hcarae In the county.
Our rice arc Deter esorbitaBt.
We guarantee aatlafactlon.
, We caa (tvt you better good and
better acrtice for tea money than
any other umlrrtaVer In tbe county, Callt promptly attended nt(bt or day.
Undertakers and Embalmers
I trm viTaira,vL'-
Telepbona 413 and 304.
7th Street, bef. Bridge and Depot
T'lr Trannpo tat o i I'umpanlea Tan-dta
The-lr L'onofit ( aparHy-O. C. T.
Co. til l Kirn r!itra lloata.
DuiIiik Hi pat mttk nu-n, womnn and
cliildren from I'uitlaml and every point
along the lower Willamelta river tiave
f"llt'C'-J tenting and tamping out fit
a'iJUitl for the Willametia valley
difllciiliy are the htar and ttia Undnay
and McCutdieon, but they expect to
overcome all trouMen there and have the
mill running full at an early date,
The itirprl'D of the day wan the I'ainter
plant, which had alt mill mnning. Not
a striker could m found anywhere Dear
MAT MKAN WAK.
M. C'nndani Lan t'onatantlnopla
Wllhoat a alllmnl.
rm, Aag. 27 A wmiofflclal note
ha btien inaued, aonounolng that a the
Porta had not carried oat its omlerUk
ingi'h regard to the dinpa'ed quea
lions between the French and Ottoman
Government, M. Conitana, the Fmncb
Ambaaaador, acting under Inatroctions
from the Foreign Minliler of France, left
Constantinople Aoguat 26, the date
named In his last communication to the
Porte on the euhji.
Store Stood Seven to Eleren In
Farorof Company A.
BI) ACUDEXT PI.EASl'KE.
QinrW-JTitr Nerrrant Raiiell ef tho
Artillery Puff-re a Fracture
fcftne Left Lfff.
A larxe crowd of people wilneiwed a
chly conUsteJ nm of baiHihall at
Willamette Park Snnday, Tbe contest'
ing teams had met on former wxaitious
and knew the respective players and
r- 1 t ' .
(Jt A. STl'AKT, M-n.
(m. til WlHamrtle Plilf.
om.el.ouri: 10 a m. to I J w., I to 4 p.m.
anil 7 l p.
Blclal aiirnlln psld In RheumalJtni aim
Call aiuwcrH day or nllit.
JjU, FRANCIS FKKKMAN,
Oradiute of the North wr-at-rn Univer
sity IVntal Hcliool, Chicago.
Also American Collegeof lnUl Murgerr.
Willamette Woes, Oiegon City.
J) It. L. L. PICKENS,
Prices Moderate. All Ojxrallons
Parolay Building Oreiron City, Or.
ANK 0P0KKUCN C1TT,
Oldest Banklns Hocst is tie Cilr.
Paid np Capital, IA0.00O.
rmnT, ceii-s a. crntP.
ma miuHT, eao. a. a a am na.
ami, . - a. a cauriam,
A lannral banklnt bunlnmi tramanted.
fonllt ronntvaifaiiblnoi to olmok.
l'prood 1,111a ami iKiteidUonuntad.
Oouiity and cltr warrama bniieht.
Loana mda on available eourUy.
KicliaiiKa limiKhtand nolil.
UollMilimi mails priimptlr, . , .
lmltamlil avallanlaln anr psrt of the world
Telugraplilfl atflliansoi aold on I'ortlaud, ban
rrauoliioo.ilklijaioaiiit New York.
Bluruit i'aU ou if mo dojionltl.
rpilK COMMERCIAL BANK
Of OKKUON CITY,
TAHH(!T 4 flKWRAMIAHKtH sntnM,
Miani mails. Ill 11a dlaoountod. Mitkoi col-
Innlinin. HiiTianiUolliexi'hanieon allpoliiti
In Hie Oiiliud HtMtoa, Kuriipe and llong Konir.
Upnalta riiculvoil iil.)m:l to obotk. Bank
open from f a. a. to 4 r. M.
1. 0. LATOURKTTE, Prildnt.
F. ;. MKYER Osiklsr.
Aftrr clinthlng the hilt, stop at
On Seventh Street,
Where the beat of lea Cream
and Soda Is sMved. O O O
Southern Tai lfic trains stop at hotel door. Constantly open for reception of
rurata. Hath room connected with main building. Poatoflice (I nulls per dsv),
I-'xprcsa, and Long Distance Telephone. Superior tn any Spring In America for
the cure of Rheumatism, Stomach or Kidney Trouble, or Catarrh. Terms, f to
wr week and up. fa per day. Location in Douglas Co., Ort-Ron.
1 r f 1 3 CAPT. BHND. BOSWELL, Proprietor.
Wa ra prepared to execute first-clasi Printing promptly at the
lowest prices consistent with skillful and Intelligent execution.
Your Work Solicited.
During tho month of September in order to make
room for Fall Stock wo will greatly reduce prices
on all Stoves and Ranges, Granite and Tin Ware.
WILSON & COOKE
Enterprise and W. Oregonian $2.
bop Ce (Is. Thousands of acrea In Clack
am a, Washington and Marioo counties
are planted In hope. Tbe present season
promises to produce larger quantities
than nsual and with present quotations
for hone the growers are enabled to pay
good price for picking, which accounts
fur the tens of thousands of people going
Id the bop fklds.
- lVgiunlog Wedneeday every boat np
the river and every train waa taxed to Its
greatest capacity In order to carry tb
throngs of paaaengera anxious for trans
portation, Every day numerous wagons
loaded with tenting outfits and hippy
faces paaa through the city en route for
tbe hop fields to enjoy a two or three
week's real outing. Tne season lasts
scarcely three weeks and affords an op
portunity for a healthful outing aa well
aa profitable financially. Prices range
from 35 to 45 cents per box and tbe aver
age picker can easily fill five boxes per
day and children average from two to
four boxes per day. With these results
every picker may return with from. (10
to 150 in caah, constitution built up and
in many caaes health restored.
Next to the pure air societies is the
annual migration to the bop fields, and
even at nominal prices for picking the
common populace might well afford to
enjoy the three weeks outing thereby
An arrangement bad been effected An
gott 17, and IU terms drafted by the Ot
toman Foreigo Minister with tbe ap-
eacb team waa fully determined to win
Cp to tbe fifth Inning tbe score waa
KO BtTTLKMENT YET.
T ha Report of Pac Negotiation for the
Strike Denied by tbe I'owera.
riTTsncaa, Aug. 20. The reported
peace negotiations for the settlement of
the strike, through the mediation of dis
interested parties, officials and members
of the National Civic Federation, received
a jolt when President Shaffer, of the
Amalgamated Association, tonight do
dared absolutely that he had do official
knowledge of such proceedings, and if
such a move had been started it did not
have the official sanction of the organisa
tion. Nevertheless, the subject will not
down, and tonight it is said the concilia
tory committee of tbe Civic Federation,
already prominent In the matter, la fully
prepared to carry on negotiations and
will, II necessary, endeavor to seen re the
good offices of Archbishop Ireland, Bishop
Potter, Daniel Ilanna and Seth Low,
co members of their organisation, to give
such promiuence to the committee that
the proposal will be received by the steel
corporaliou. In the meantime, both
ides to the controversy make assert ious
of a victory. The steel people point to
the gdins thoy have made all along the
line in the way of securing men and
starting plants, while the Amalgamated
officials say that instead of losing grouod
the association la gaining every day, and
while the combine line succeeded in start
ing a few plants, they are not turning
out mercantile material, and are losing
money and breaking valuable machinery
and in the end will have to ask their old
men to come to the rescue.
The steel people ridicule the claims of
the association ami point to the failure
to Induce the South Chicago and Du
imesne men to go on a strike as evidence
that the strength of the Amalgamated
Association hns departed. The officials
say tho only plants at which they expect
proval of the Saltan, who bad promised i not allowed to rise above two runs and
M. Constaoe that the text should be!
banded to him Aoguat 18. M. Constant
telegraphed to Pala August 19 that none
of tbe promises bad been fulfilled, and
al. Delcasae, Minister of Foreign Affairs,
Aogott 21, telegraphed M. ConsUa
thai, In flew of so flagrant a disregard of
the undertaking, the negotiations could
no longer be continued, and requested
M. Constans to inform the Porte that be
bad received orders to leave Constanti
nople. August S3, M. Constans commu
nicated with tbe Porte, fixing Angust 26
as the date for bis departure, and as the
engagements were still nnkept, M. Con
stans left Constantinople yesterday, the
Wilh the departure of M. Constans,
the relations between France rd Turkey
may be regarded aa broken off. Munir
Bey, the Turkish Ambassador to France,
who ia In Switxerland, has been tele
graphed not to return to Paris. Tbe
current affairs ot the two Embassies can
be carried on by the Charges d'affaires,
but all negotiations of a political nature
will be entirely eusended until the Sul
tan yields to the French demand.
The French Government holds that
the Sultan has broken bis word. He
had promised full payment of the long
standing indemnities to Frenchmen,
amounting to 12,000.000 frances ($2,400,
000,) but at the end ol last meek de
clined to pay the full amount, and of
fered a reduced turn, which was refused
by M. Cons' sns, who waited until yes
terday and then departed. The Sultan
made a final attempt to induce him to
stay. Mr. ContUng had left Thereapla
on board the Yautour for Starebont,
where he was to take the Orient express,
A court chamberlain arrived at Stara
boul in pot baste from tbe Sultan, beg
ging M. Constans to return toThereapia,
and promising that everything would be
satisfactorily settled. M. Constans de
clined to return, declaring the time for
prom'ses was post, and that it was for
the Sultan to fulfill his under!? Vings.
The French Government will tike do
further steps in the matter, but will wait
for the Sultan to move. It ia thought
the Sultan will not allow the present
situation to last very long.
Oregon Mate Fair.
Tbe Oregon State Fair at Salem, Sep
tember 2Srd to 28th, 1001, inclusive,
promises to be the best this year that
has yet been held. New features for
amusement and Instruction have been
added, and particular attention will be
given to tbe stock exhibit, owing to the
great and constantly increasing interest
iu dairying throughout the etste. For
this occasion, the Southern Pacific. Co.
will make a rate of ono fure for the
round trip, from all its stations in Ore
gon, to Salem and return, and it is to be
hoped that everyone who can do so will
show his appreciation by taking advan
age of this opportunity to pass a few
days pleasantly and profitably at our
Boars tbs hB Kind Ycu Haw Always Bought
the crowd was thereby afforded an exhib
ition of good work on both sides.
At tbe fifth inning in a close play tbe
Quarter Master Sergeant of the Artillery
received a fracture of bis leg near the
aakU, eawaed by a rnnner of Company
"A" partially colliding with and una
voidably stepping upon tbe ankle of tbe
baseman. The occurrence waa a source
of regret to all concerned and somewhat
marred what had been a most exciting
and closely contested game,
Tbe position of prayers and score was
Company A. Vancouver.
Lee RF Jones
Hedges 2B Day
Warren LF Smith
Reckner .3B Brown
Clark C..' Fenney
Kelley SS Burkhart
McFarland IB Russell
Belt P Forsyth
Jacobs CF Rockhaua
Company A 00141140 011
Vancouver 00020102 27
Summary: Struck out Beit 8, Forsyth
2; Double play Va icouver 1; Base ou
balls, Belt 1, Forryth 3; Two base hits,
Vancouver 2, Co. A 3 ; Umpire, Fleming.
Company A and the Willamettes have
arranged a game at Willamette Park for
next Sunday which will probably be tbe
last game of the season lor these teauid.
In the Justice Court.
In the matter of Mrs. Sherman Staley
vs. her husband ou charge of stealing
her watch and chain and some jewelry
and money the case was np tor trial and
speedily dismissed Wednesday for want
of prosecution. On the 22nd of August,
Mrs. Staley swore out a warrant for the
arrest of her husband on the above
charge but betore the warrant could be
served and the defendant apprehended
he had taken bis departure for Aberdeen,
Washington, which fact was ascertained
by tbe direction upon bis trunk which
he had left at the express office.
Constable H. S. Moody with requisi
tion papers from the governor of Oregon,
proceeded at once to Aberdeen, in the
meantime informing the officers in Aber
deen to be on the look out for Staley
when he called at the express office for
Constable Moody had no difficulty
finding his man on arrival at Aberdeen,
and soon returned bim into court. In
the mean time Mrs. Maley concluded
her husband was not the bad man she
had at first thought and on the arrival
of hor husband absolutely refused to
prosecute him. There was only one
thing left for the judge to do and accord
ingly Staley was released from custody
and the costs ot the proceedings taxed
up against Mrs. Staley who instituted
Mrs. S. H. All port, Johnstown, Pa.,
says: "Our little girl almost strangled to
death with croup. The doctors said she
couldn't live but she was instantly re
lieved by One Minute Cough Cure."