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OREGON CITY, OREGON, FRIDAY JULY 4, 1002.
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ArroKNUY AT LAW
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Att'ihnkv at Law.
CatihVId IU.lt?., Oregon City.
ArnHNKV AT LAW,
SELLING AT COST
For 60 Days
to make rtNiiu for new Fall CinnIh; which will 1 a larger and
more toii.pl.-t,, tork than Iiuh ever Ix foro ken carried at the
Do not iiihh um hy hut come and invuHtigato.
wilr.lu tilth ! threat
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A.S'ITAUT, M- D.
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l!ttlrliliin I'tld III Hlltlltlitllllll anu
Call antware.1 i(y or night.
.FRANCIS Fit K. KM AN,
i!f ol the Nurthwetin Unlver
ilu lMital School, Chicago,
tmeiiran College ol lninl burger V,
viiUmHW l!!m k, Oii-g.m City.
" Ccilon-il Skirtt
" I' i nc t'udcrwear
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leu's Uiulrrwciir, SiH'kt, Pin
Clove, ac ami up
Milta, toe, 15c, jnc
Ladica' silk Tii t
All kiiult of Laces
Ribbon, c yd. anil up
New Ladirt' Wrapcr
Needle, ban Silk, Knitting Cotton,
Tuesday Next Sees the
rj limlimiilrry Silkt, H-wing Silkt and Tltrcail.
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(railnttc of the teliool are tn cocMant
di-mtnd it tultriet rnin( from f-o.oo to
J loviio jirr nuMith. Studenli take the ttate
f fllt'Tj raniinuoiit miring tm-ir ronnte in me
i'j Xk M-houl and aie preparett to mveive State
iJ-V Kn-iir runjcr from $130.00 to $lT.Vm per
f "l ''rrmi. Strnitic Nunim! mumr nml well rjuifir(l
atriiiiitiiK(lr(nrtiirnt. Thr I'uU term nfjrnitirfit.
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tiiurni iiiiml. inniina irniiM
.1 ni.lt. Hill lUriitlutffit. Mnta rol'
1 n-ii anil iclli trhtiip nn til iMilill
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AIToltNKY AT LAW
MURROW'S BARRED ROCKS
A r nt the top. II-iv vmi nt two of the largont fIiows in the
Northn-wt, I'.KH VM2, 1ko at tlm ftato fairfl. Ixtok up tlu-ir
rfi-uf'J. Sotuo fiiw brJiiij? nkr'l8 from our jirizo winning
utmin $'-MX) and ny. Ali few white rock cookrelu 2.00. Eggs
2.(Xi jH-r noting.
J. MURROW & SON,
Oregon City, Ore.
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(IllXliO!) ClTt, )M.
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KKN' SCIIUERKL j
Attorney" at Law.
Mr in til ruiiria, nitkc collrotiom .
lninii. ,,f K'tli.
itotricit (,( nn,, imil yon money
ilyoiir iiiiiiiry on II ml inorint's.
In Enterprise Building,'
Orr"ii Clly, OrrK'in. j
Flour is a Necessity
There aro many kinds of flour. But none bo good as ourtf.
Try it and he convinced. Made by patent process. I'ure,
wholonoine and of nupcrior grade.
Portland Flouring mills Co.
2 Opening: of Chautauqua,
Clittiiuii)s open iipxI Tiiftdiiy niornln?.
)'rpirttioii$ re conipli'ie tor 'he oK'dng ol the druion, which till lat twnlve
dtyt. Tlit hourd of diiccioia held a nn-etinir TuexUv and apnolntfd 8 her i fT J. J.
t'ookf e'liof iiiHrilml. i. H. I'unloin. tn kt ae I er, i. K. Jtik, T. E. Uaultand . li.
Cooper, gtlft kei-r Tde Utter will he at the lower irate.
At 10:.'H) A. M. the C'hcnmwa Indian Hand will ben in the program wilh music
and I'renidHit W C Ifuwley will deliver the tddreaa ol welcome. The reHponae
will be nude hy Uev. C. K. Cllne, of Malum, alter which the rlanHea will be orpan-
iin-d and trinonnremeiitt made by
inttmetort. The first lecture of
the ienion will e wen Tnewlay
afternoon at two o'clock by J. T.
Morgan, ol 1'ortlnnd, on "The
Lawyer In Public Life, or Lay-
man' Tribute to the Lfgtl Pro-ft-lHion."
A baoeball gauie will
follow. In the evening $ band
concert will be Kiven at 7 :30, 1'rof.
lla'iiiil will ttive a reading and br.
Koliert Mclntyre will ieciure on
"The ISmtle of Liff." On Wed
netday afiernojo Dr. Mclntyre
will itiveoneof the moht popular
and patiiolic lecttireaon the Amer
ican pltifoim, "The tsunny Hide of
This lecture la too well known
to require recommendation. One
thoiiKAcd live hundred people in
Ihe Illinoia K'ata Houe, on Geo.
(irant'H binhdity. thouled and
wept duriiiK i' deliveiy. Old sol
diera ay it abowa bo'h eidea of
war life at it never haa been abown
bv any apetker. No man who
Iowa bit country, nor old soldier
who iai kept atep to martial
tniiaic, and bivouaced on the bat
tle lield. can afford toatay at home
when thia -real orator will preaent
there i-onl aiirrini; themex, and
draw maU'hlera word pictures of
the drama of life and aar.
Tr. Stephen 8. Wine, the very
al le and eloquent rabbi of 4Tnii
peKetb lurael," Portland, Ore
(OO will deliver h'a yreat lecture,
T ie Mission of Israel, " at 8 I.
h., Wedneiuiay, July llih, iind
Die theme la
treated In a broad an I lilieral apirit and cannot b it create the ureatem interest and
The eloriitionixta ol the ceoaiun will Iw I' o 8. ,S. Uainill and bis daughier, Mit-n
Minnie II a m i 1 1.
I'rof. Hatnill will
intrnct a data in
"Vnc Cn It u re
and Vocal Kxnrea
aion." eai li morn
ing from 0 to 10 A.
M.. and he and bia
dauliier will fre
tjneritly tpi-ar on
, Ida lutforrn with
tba apocial attrao
, tloiia. '
I Cbarlei, Craiir,
:aaiated by Mru.
Ixiia Cruii;, will
Acres," a quaint
atorv of New Knir-
lrul life, introduc
inc 12 chiractert,
on tbeafternrvin of
of July 12 "Shore
Acres" is on the
tfyle of the "Old
much a t ro nee r.
Thiaia Mr. CrHiu's
Hia early tralptnit
waa receivd under
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Eastern Oregon Man On Benefits
of (Julck Transportation.
RIGHT OP WAY SHOULD RE G1TE1
Dlvrl-sifled Agrlcttlture Ii Adriuble
and Farmers Mut Hare Eay
Accent to Mjrket.
DR. KOHKIIT McINTVKK.
will be accorded a Kracioua welcome to the Chautauqua plaifo.m.
Ionb, Or., July 1, 1902. (To The
Editor.) With your periuieaion I will
write a few lines. After my visit at Ore
Hon City a week ago I went to Currina
vilie to my old home and viaited with
my axed mother these old persunauea
are fuel passing away seems only a lew
years since my boyhood in Old Clacka
mas when the pioneers of the tifliea were
our neighbors on every hand; and now
you would rarely meet one of them in a
days travel aronnd our old homestead.
1'ioosera already flown, would thou
hover around the generations following
you, and direct their progress ; that their
may be oo backward march! With the
paeiiitiK yeara time haa wrought many
changes and the conditions that oiue
existed are no more. In my boyhood
days in Clackamaa County and espec
ially in the vicinity of the Eagle Creek
country, in consequence of oar cloce
proximity to the "Barlow Road" and
other avenues of travel, we enjoyed a
good home market for all farm products
raised. Later oo as the country was de
veloped, this condition ceased to be atrJ
we were compelled to haul our products
over the rounh and hilly road to Port
land, taking two days hard toil for team
and driver, Saying nothing of wear and
tear ol wagon mid harne-s. Years after,
some conceived the plan of boildinij a
a agon road down the Clackamas river,
aim by tLe united efforts of all that
would enlibt in this work and to the
credit of the then County Court, Judgo
John Meldrum aud Coininiaeioner
Scott and Bean, this project was changed,
trom the dretin of iu originators to a
happy reality and by the unceasing ef
lorta of the good citizens ol Clackamas
County and the County Court thereof, .
these road improvements have been per
severed in ar.l 1 -A nntil tlm
ntOF. 8. 8. IIAMILL and MISS MINNIE HAMILL.
The balance of the stock of the San Francisco shoe factory
must and will be sold at less than factory prices. This will
be the last notice to the public of Oregon City. Every pair
of shoes will go before morning of July 12, 1902. This is an
absolute closing out sale.
'Ws of Ladies' French Kid Shoes worth
" Fine Kid Shoes
" " Tiea and Slippers
Babies' Kid Shoes,
Men's Dress Shoes
" Calf Shoes
Tennis Rubber Shoes
Sale beginning to-morrow at 9 A. M., at
Factory Sale of Shoes
Three Doors North of Electric Hotel.
J. MORRIS, Manager.
$3.50 for $1G5
2.50 " .95
1.50 44 .50
.75 " .25
3.50 " 1.05
2.50 " .95
1.00 " .25
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Joeppb .leff-raon. David Froliman and AiiKU-tin Dily. Mr. Craig ponaeRaes the
power of presenting a pUy in a p-rlect ami life-like manner. The lines of each
plav are presented wilh marvelonn imila'ion of voice, tonen and manneri'ms of the
various charactera. His pant years ol experience, his artii-lic atyle, wid range of
voice and wondeilul powers of impersonation make hia monologues the niro-t popu
lar attraction of its kind on the
p'atform. For an etiWrtaininent
lull of novelty, org'uality and
mirth, hriKht with real irharact
era, picturesque with delightful
scenea, and unique and artistic
in detail we certainly can com
mend Mr. Craig. The last ap
pearance ol Mr. Craig will be oo
oionnay, July H'h, lu an even
ing of character sketches.
On the first Saturday even
ing, July 13th, a grand concert
will be given by the Spitzner
Korirad String Quartette, of
Portland, who will charm the
audience with a splendid pro
gram from the great masters.
The qnirtette will be assisted
hy Mrs. Walter Reed, of Port
land, favorably known to the
musical people of the entire
Northwest Coast, possessed of a
marvelously rich voice, under
perfect control. She will sing a
special program to be telected by
her, of which due announcement
will be -made later. This ap
pearance of Mrs. Reed is her first
upon the Chautauqua platform
and her boat of warm friends
will give her an enthusiastic
welcome. Other attractions will
be added, which will make this
Saturday evening one of delight
The program of the Chau
tauqua Assembly for tt e last
week will be announced in next
I chas. r. CK Am. week's issue. At the meeting
held Tuesday the directors decided that no seasons tickets should be granted upon
assignments of stock made after July 1.
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TWELFTH AXCL C0SVEST10N
Will Re Held by 1 onn-r People' Allll
anceat Milwaukle July 22.
The 12th annual convention of the
Oregon branch conference, Young Peo
ple a Alliance, and campnieetmg ol the
Kvangelical Aaaociatinn, will be held on
Milwaukie Heights, Milwaukie, July 22
to 29, inclusive. The convention will lie
in session July 22 and 23, and the re
mainder of the time will be given np to
the canipuieeting. At the opening of the
convention, the delegates will be wel
comed to Milwaukie by J. uraseley. to
which T. R. Hornschuch will respond.
An extended programme covering two
days of the convention has been pre
pared. Subjects pertaining to the gen
eral work of the church will be discussed
in papers and addresses. Tents will be
provided for those who expect to remain
during the week of the meeting. Ar
rangements will be made for furnishing
meals on the ground. Kev. J. S. Smith
and Rev. N. Shupp will have general
Demand for Normal Graduates.
The State Normal School at Monraontb
reiorts that the demand for its graduates
during the past year has been much be
vond the supply. Graduation from the
Normal practically assures a place worth
from $40 to (UK) per month. The stud
ents take the state examinations during
the regular course and are easily able to
pass on all subject required for state
papers before graduation. The school
has a well equipped training department
consisting of a nine grade town school
and a typical country school.
The Enterprise $1.50 per year.
severed in and txtenuVrt until the county
now nas a good road system and i; llr
way to have good County roads. 1 iiut
witu all this taken into account, the
either condition in winter, when the
farmer can best be snarl from ilm iarm
a e ihe very best that could be hoped for
in the way of good roads and easy trans
portation. Having as I have bad to do
who conaitions that exist in other sec
tions of Oregon I would frankly say
that the transportation problem will
never be finally solved for the Eagle
Creek country until there is some line
of railroad built in said section.
The time haa come in my judgment
for eastern Clackamas County to make a
change (and it is changing now) fioin
grain of the various kinds raised Ukthe
raising of clover and th
of grasses, vegetables snd truck garden
ing, j ne uairy raising ot beef, motion,
pork and fowls, most innumerable in
variety that can he successfully grown
in your climate. Tnis kind of farming
requires the utmost care and attention
to succeed well, and it is not only nec
essary but of the most vital importance
to the farm and the stock thereon, that
the attendants are there to look after tbe
various duties entrusted to their care
which can not be done when the farmer
is compelled to make these two and
three day tripa to the metropolis.
Nhoulu the electric people build their
road in to your section, as they desire, I
consider it will be a great boom for ;ist.
ern Clackamas County. It will make a
market at your door for all the innum
erable products raised. The larmer can
attend to the farm and save this great
waste of time and energy now necessary
to dispose of his products, can enlarge,
buildup and other wise increase his
business that the land may make a
proper return of pro6ts to its owner
which 1 am sure in does not now do.
The vast t, mber belt now being hurned
down and destroyed will be made to
yield handsomely to its owners and
alter paying for the land in this way can
men o, maun 10 yieia aounuantly to the
husbandman for his labors. Why not
encourage this great enterpise, yon that
live along the line of the road, by giving
the right of way? You will be the most
benefitted. Yon have accesi to the
truck all along the line on your farm
which your neighbors do not. They will
hare to go to regular stations or gel per-
uiHsiou irom you ; wune you are al lib
erty to ship irom any point where the
line crosses you. You can ship any
quantity from car load lots, down to tlm
smallest package (I am told) in 75
minutes to Portland at prices so cheap
that wagoning will be near onto a thing
of the past, thereby saving the thou
sands of dollars yon are now paying to
build and keep in repair the county road,
ol your county. Why not enlist in the
great army for progress and advance
ment that lias taken bold of every other
section save yours. You, 'with the beat
soil, the finest timber and all in all tbe
greatest resources when properly devel
oped of any community in any country.
Why lag ye in the rear; calling out as
you now are to check tbe wheels of prog
rest? Why not get on and ride and rest
your fatigued and distressed bodies while
opportunity offers, or would yon rather
trail in the mud the remainder of your
days, when you will have no more need
lor the paltry amount of right of way
asked for? Awake from your slumbers ;
put your shoulders to the wheel of prog
ress and place yourselvee in the front
rank as regards a market, which in other
respects you are.
Perhaps my friends would like to bear
tbat we have a good prospect of a crop
np here in Morrow County which I un
derstand is the rule over Eastern Ore
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