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OREGON CITY KNTKJU'KISh, FRIDAY, OCT. 10,1903
sYour Banking ?,
riMiMnli'Mlion c.f on t v roiiiliiH tnul iir
wils taken up w hile Hll'iiirxof i'iiiit'(iiniir
wi'ip di lcrri'il iiniil ll.ii November tetoi
when there w ill bit in sllefnhuire a full
inrtiilirtMlilp of tlm court. Tim commix-
niofllTH Ht i JIM ()! Illtl Hl'llll'llll'IT I mi in
S I mi I' inliiv.
No matter h o w h in a 1 1
no matter how largo,
will give it careful at
tention. Thin message
applies to the men and
the women alike.
Fa km 1 1 a ni Srm'r.i'TKi) uv Itoimmy.
Jmiim ( iivn, a lunii hand In the employ
of II J. remlier at I o iiimx' iix, departed
Umi Friday lor imrm link now n and annul-
latieouiily there illaHiiiienred from I In"
Sum Muatnrfte fflatorr.
Whiit la the liUlory of tin- tiiilKlnrlicT
In (inhere umi Rome mi inimtinhea
wit" worn without !! - 1 m. lint In the
roiiitii-rlrijr dnys of the Komriii empire
, Hi'Vi-riil linif rlvlliziil rnci'N who Imi!
i mini' pnrtliilly under the Iniliienre o(
tin1 Itninim nml who wished to li" rid
: of tlii' iiiiiii' of tuirliiirl, or wonrrri of
! bciii ilt. nlli-mpti-il to shrive In iiiiHnllon
; of llirlr oii'iiiiToih; lint, ill tin'' li:nl
viT)' lni-rfi'ct Implements for tlm nir-
auk to ii Hart, BhcaUW ft Man Clothe
trniia 01 ni eiin.ioyer i mil o pom. nml us the upper lip In lintorloudy
("Ml. I tin i-piiri'iiii'iii r in mm i
Feathers desires lii Umi Coyn, lor whomt
a, 'prehension the police, authorities me
on tlit) look out.
IIKI) in I'ohti.anii Mrs. A.
died at I'orllitiid Weilneiulay, October 7,
liMI.'l. She was taken suddenly HI willi
llrluhl'a iIki'kmh on iIih prei-editnr Mon
day and died two day later. Tim lf
Ceaaed na K'al yen'" and win buried
, III Urn l-one, Fir cemetery on tlm follow
Jinn F'rlday. Mr. Willey In employed In
tally aa lineman lor tlm telephone rum
' pany aidl has llm sympathy ol his nntuy
Irlend in hi her vt'iiif ii t
tlit) liurili'nt fit rt of llif f.n e to sluive In
(lit note of nii.v one pooily skilled In tin
art, tljcjr were nimble to liinke a clean
Job of It anil left o iiuintlty of tnilr on
Willey 1 t,m "MXT "p.
This murk fnn cluirnctiTlHtlc of wr
fnil iintloim on tlm confine (it Itninnn
clvlllziiiliiii. of thir (iinilH In pnrtlcnliir,
of tlm liiH'leim nml nunie other. The
Lntln In iii.-iiujvro Im no woril for rri ur
tailie. 'I'IiIm liiirhiiron nerlilent 'n
unworthy (if tlm honor of a Itomao
Oregon City Hntcrprise
TOLD IN SIDEHEADS.
l'lii'Tkii Ci.ai I'mtMiiKNT. Mprrill
11. MoorpH, of llii city, a rwrntly
elfctril prfRiilniil of tlm junl'ir rlim at
tlm Oieiioii Htal Aitrlt'iiltural rollf)H at
C'urvallm. Merrill i tlm un ul Mr. ami
Mm, C. II. Moorei, ol ttiiclty, ami thi
I hi Bft'ontl yvur at tlm Corvallia acliool.
Dmtrtctivk Fihk Nkar Canhv. I'lrt?
Saturday uiorninK tleatroysil two liarm
ami tlm c otitenn, tlm prnwrty of John
llaniumraly, near Canity. Thrmi lioinei
anil lllty ton ol hay tofttlmr with aotntt
farm niarliinery, weri liurimil. Tlm Ion
will amiroxluiattt I'.'OOO, with no inanr
anr. The origin ol the lilaztt IaRiippoavil
to tx iiii'vutllaiy.
Took KvitKVTiiiNti Hit tiik Hoi'ha.
Mr. Andrewi, who it bnililnm a co(ti;i)
on irxirty adjulninit tlm at reel ear line
Tmar (iladatone, rr porta a bold limit to
tint I'oIicb ollict'ri. Tlm other night
thlfvca Mitrrcl the linildinif In con rue ol
ernctiun ami carried away all ol the tlooia
and Malm in Hie aliucUire. There i no
clew to the tlarliiK pillerera.
Fob a Sacajawia Monimknt Tlm
Oregon City Woinena' Iwm A Clark
Fair C'hih will Klv" tnicial vntertain
nmnt next Timaoay eveinnn at Willam
ette hall. The purMi ol the function la
to ralae fund to lie appropriHlml tuaali
fund for erectliiK a monument to the
memory of Karajawea, the lndiun nirl
Nkw I'ahtok Akmivkm. Hev. J. Henry
Wood, ol North Vakinni, WaHhiiiKton,
who aiicceeil Kev. (iriiiun to the pastor
ate of the local Firal MethoillHl church,
liaa arrived in the city and taken up hi
renidciii'H at Willitiiiettii Kail. Kev.
' (iriinm Iih none to hike clmrKe ol tint
Aatoria chnrtdi to which he wa aatlKnetl
at the recent Methotlmt conlereiico at
Pikd Willi k on A Vihit. A. I). Allen,
of StuiKia, Michiiiaii, tiled middcnly of
appoplexy, Sunday afternoon at the
home ol hi ion, II. A. Allen, at Hol
land, thia county. The ileceaHwl wan
axed &l year ami had arrived lHt Mon
day (or a vifit with Clackamaa county
relative. The body waa hroiilit to the
undurtakintt parlora ol It. L. llolman
who etnhaliued the lame and tent it to
Mluhixaa lor burial.
NAHM0WI.Y KatAI'Kl) DllOWNINtl. W.
Andreuen ami the yonnu aim of C. A.
Naah hud a narrow encape Sunday from
drowning in the Willamette river near
tin city. They were out on the river in
a rowboat, and in lifting a rock by which
the boat wan anchored, Mr. Andreuen
full over backward, catirtiiiK the bjmt to
capaize. Neither of the two could awim,
and it looked for a time as if both would
be drowned, but luckily, a they roee to
the liirface, they were enabled to catch
the botand tlm laved thenmelves.
Salmon Caiumit kor Baitino Pun
I'ohk. Complaint I made by local fiah
ernmn that salmon are heiDg cauiibt in
the Willamette at thii point reprdlera
of the llah Ibwb of the state. It ta re pre
rented that salmon are being cauuht and
the evv taken merely for the piirK)He of
supplying bait for trout flahiriK. Thia
practice i apparently lieing carried on
in open violation of the law and fielier
men who are observing I he statute reg
ulating the catching of ealmon deal re to
call the attention ol the state fiah warden
to the infringement of the law in order
that the law breaker may tie prevented
from following their illegal practices.
Got Okh With Uki'kimani. The
twelve young lud of this city who were
arreated the latter part of lat week lor
stealing melons from the Chinese garden
near thi city, got off with a tleaerved
reprimand. The lads repotted at the of
fice of City Recorder Curry at the ap
pointed hour and were taken before
Mayor 0. B. Dimick, who administered
the scolding after the boy' cae had
been presented by Howard Brownell, a
young local attorney who bad been en
gaged by the boys of large melon appe
tites. When the case was Mnally dis
missed it was expressly understood that
the partv defendants in the proceeding
would not give the authorities any fur
ther trouble on the same account in the
future o it may be assumed that the
Chinaman who raises melons may not
fear any further invasions by the same
Bupekvisor Elkcted. W. II. Boring
was elected road supervisor of District
No. 6 by the county court last Thursday
to All the unexpired term of J. 8. Bird
Ball, resigned. Mr. Boring will serve
until Jannary, 1904. Commissioners
Brobit and Killin transacted the busi
ness ol this term of court. County Judge
Kyan being absent in the Kaat. The
1'ickhkn i k o With Mkiiai.h Fred Nel
son, who served a trainer on the battle
nhip Oregon during llm .Spanish A uteri
can War, ha received I be medal to
which all the active participant in tlm
naval engageineiita of that campaig:! aie i until 10 o'clock at night
etiiiiieil. l lie meilnlH are maim .ol t" j 0f "Tlie
wi . miiiaim ...nD.'i.iiMll'.Hlv iin.uini
Tlit- Diimrr Hour.
It I a curloii fuel Hint with nlruott
every geiierution the dinner hour bus
uiHliTpinc a t'linnge, the prlnclpul merit
of the day being ciiten at tlllTcrciit pt-
rlotl. from 10 o clock In the morning
IcuHiire of the Table" points
in foi m, almut the air.H of a dollar and
are suspended from a bar on w bh li ia in
scribed the nainit of tlm lialllehhip on
which tlm wearer served. Oil mm aide
fif fie medal appeaia tlm prulileof Cum.
liiBiider Sainpaoii ahout which is the in
Bcription "( mted State Naval Cam
paign, Weal Indies, lStHI." tin the re
verso aide Npier the inscription : "San
tiago de Cuba," beneath wliiili i pic
tured a gun i row in action wnh au ulliin-r
I( Nnvrd III t.rg.
V. A. Ilanforth of IiOraiige, (ia , suf
fered for six month with a frightful run
ning sore mi ,i Iff; but write tlint
Ituckleii' Arnica Salve wholly cured it
in live tlava. For Ulcers. Woiiinla. I'llea.
it's the heat kiaIvh in tin. wurbl t'lirw!
guaranteed. Only Mcta. Sold by Char
in an A Co,, druggists.
ago people took four meals brenkfnst
at 7, dinner nt 10, supper nt 4 and liv
eVy nt 8. In Fro nee In the thirteenth
century I) in the morning wns the d'n
ner hour; Henry VII. dined at II. Ic
Cromwell's time 1 o'clock had come to
be the fnahloiinhle hour nnd In Add:
son's day 'I o'clock, which gradually
wiu transformed Into 4. Tope foiii:t'.
fault with l.ndy Suffolk for dining
lute ns 4. Four and 5 continued to he tl.c
pojiulur dining hours among the nils
totrncy until the second decuile of the
nlneteeiith century, when dinner wmt
further poHtponetl, from which period
It him stfiitllly continued to eacronch
upon the evening.
Was Hi iiiki) St nimv. The body til
(ieo. S. liilalrap, who wa tlrowned laat
week In the Culuuthia river near White
Salmon, was recovered near the scene of
the drowning Friday afternoon. Funeral
ib r vice were conducted under the aus
pice of the Knights ol the Maccabees, of
w hich the deceamnl Was a member, at
the Firat Congregational church in thia
city, Hev. fc. S. Itollinger olllciatlng.
The service were largely attended. A
number ol selections were rendered by
the Maccaboo quartet. Interment too
place in Mountain View cemetery. The
pall berri were as follows: W. C.
(ireen, M. C. McCord. Jo" Jones, M.
Justin, Cits. Cttttn and Fred Myers.
Islatrru After Kilting Cured.
Jtldgn W. T. Holland, ol (ireeiislninr.
I. a., who is well and favorably known,
says : "Two year aio I suffered greatly '
from Indigestion, After eating, great !
distress would invariably result, lasting'
for an hour or so and my night were I
restless, I concluded to try Kodol Dis
nepHia Cure and it cured uie entirely.
Now my sleep is refreshing and digestion
perfect. '' Sold by tieo. A. Harding,
I'llLICIC IlKI'AKTMIiNT N'Kkp FlXINfl.
I.. Hiicoiiich, chief of the Oregon Citv
lire tie paitmont, is of the opinion that for
rapidity of movement the members of
tlm Portland police department rival a
Waterhtiry time-piece with a fractured
main spring. .Mr. Kucoiiich was in Port
land .Sunday evening and happened to
Willies the Iracas on Second street in
which three white 4111-11 assaulted a pi Mir
Celestial. He saya it was fully ten min
utes from the time the first call from a
score of police whistles was sounded un
til uniformed policemen appeared on the
scene to suppress the disturbance. In
the meantime, the Chinaman had sua
tained a broken leg besides being other
wise badly handled.
For Young Men nnd Young Women.
There is nothing that will arouse the
ire of a young mail or woman so quick a
to have inferior laundry work put off on
them. They may dress ever so well,
but if their shirt front or shirt waist is
mussy, their neat appearance ia spoiled.
The Troy Laundry makes a specialty of
ladies' and gentlemen's fine work.
There can be no Itetter work than is done
at the Troy. Leave your orders at John
son's barber shop.
A I'llna; at Traarua.
In the "New letters and Memorials
of Jniie Welsh Cnrlyle" Is a letter tc
her busbuD.il In which occurs the fol
lowing amusing little fling at Ten ny
lon: "Old you know that Alfred Tennyson
Is to have a pension of f'.tsj a year, aft
er all? Teel has stated his lutentlon of
recommending him to her gracious maj
esty, and that Is considered final 'A
chacun scion sa capaclte!' Lady Har
riet told nie he wanted to marry; 'must
have a woman to live beside; would
prefer a lady, but cannot afford one,
and so must marry a maidservant.'
Mrs. Henry Taylor snid she wa about
to write to him In behnlf of their house
maid, who was quite a superior charac
ter In her way."
"The most bountiful display of light
ning or atmospheric electric currents
which It wns my good fortune to wit
1MNM," says a resident of Quebec, "was
out on the Bcittiport flats, near Quebec,
when two electrically laden clouds, ns
though two treos. their heads toward
ench other nnd their longer branches
Interwoven, kept on for more thnn ten
minutes, Interchanging horizontal flash
es of beautifully colored Are, not one
of which ever renched the earth, while
occasionally n flush would shoot up
wurd as If toward some cloud In that
The lMruiMire or lilting.
Persons suffering from indigestion,
dyspepsia or other stomach trouble will
lind that Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests
what you eat and makes the stomach
sweet. This remedy is a never failing
cure for Indigestion and Dyspepsia and
all complaints affecting the glands or
membranes of the stomach or digestive
tract. When you take Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure everything you eat tastes good, and
every bit of the nutriment that your food
contains is assimilated and appropriated
by the blootl and tissues, bold by G. A.
THE CLACKAMAS ABSTRACT 4
TRUST CO. are the owners of the copy
right to the Thorni system ol nstrac'
indexes, for Clackamas county, and nave
the only complete set of abstract in the
county, can furnish information as to
title to lsnd at once, on app.ication.
Loans, investments, real estate abstracts,
etc. Office over Bank ol Oregon City,
Call and ioveatigato.
Smnll, chnlk white teeth are a sign of
a weak constitution. Strong, normal
teeth nre large nnd yellowish white.
Sometimes uu enthusiastic novelist In
depleting the charms of his heroine
will give her two rows of pearl be
tween her ruby lips. The truth of the
matter Is nothing could be more ghast
ly or unnatural or unbecoming tlinu
teeth uiade of pearls. It Is only "store
teeth" that possess a high polish.
He Knew at Wy.
Anxious Father But, my boy, unless
you study yon will know nothing. You
will make no money with which to buy
Young Hopeful That's nothing. I'll
have everything charged, nnd I'll keep
on thnt way till I got mnrrled. Meg
What's Ilefore Ttiem.
"These young society buds nre mere
butterllles." wild the Itev. Mr. Strnit
lece. "They have no thought of th
"Of the ftUure life?" replied Miss In
nit. "Oh. but they do! Matrimony 1a
always In their, thoughts." Exchange.
When n grent cnlnmlty befalls one,
how it lightens It to talk nbout It aftol
It Is over! Atchison Globa.
Unhealthy Kidneys Hake Impure Blood.
All the blood In your body passes through
your kidneys once every three minutes.
i ne Kidneys are your
blood purifiers, they fil
ter out the waste or
impurities In the blood.
II they are sick or out
ol order, they fail to do
Pains, aches and rheu
matism come from ex
cess of uric acid in the
blood, due to neelected
Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady
heart beats, and makes one feel as though
they had heart trouble, because the heart is
over-working In pumping thick, kidney
poisoned blood through veins and arteries.
It used to be considered that only urinary
troubles were to be traced to the kidneys,
but now modern science proves that nearly
all constitutional diseases have their begin
ning In kidney trouble.
If you are sick you can make no mistake
by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild
and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy Is
soon realized. It stands the highest for Its
wonderful cures of the most distressing cases
and Is sold on Its merits
by all druggists In fifty- vTJ t f 3 -iT!
cent and one-dollar U- iHrHVa
es. You may have a!aS5!3
sample bottle by mail Horn of Bwminp-ltaol.
free, also pamphlet telling you how to find
out If you have kidney or bladder trouble.
Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer
tc Co., Blnghamton, N. Y.
Don't make any mistake, but remem
ber tho name, Swamp-Root, Dr. Kilmer's
gwamp-Root, and the address, Bing
hatnton, N. Y., on every bottle.
Let's Get Acquainted
It will prove of mutual benefit if it is your de
sire to be fashionably attired in clothes that'll
fit perfectly and that'll give you good service.
It is our desire to clothe just such men as you (we
presume you are particular) with the Hand
Tailored, Ready-to-put on
Hart, Schaffner & Marx Smart Clothes
Which are the most fashionable, the most superb
ly tailored and the best-fitting clothes to be had
anywhere and at any price. Smart Clothes are
"individual-lailor-made," cut, sewed, finished
in precisely the same way the high-priced tailors
"do the trick." The only difference is in the
price. Come in and see for yourself. "Seeing is
believing" and nothing pleases us more tnan to
show these garments to critical gentlemen or
ladies for that matter.
J. M. PRICE
Clothier and Haberdasher
Cor. 6th and Main OREGON CITY. ORE.
Men'4 H. S. & M. SuiU and
Overcoats, $12.00 Upward.
rrangfet1 and Exjjf e$,
Freight and parcels delivered
to all parts of the city.
RATES - REASONABLE
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals
Watches, Clocks, Spectacles
First Class Repairing
All Goods and Work Warranted
E. I. SIAS
Central Home Telephone
OREGON CITY PLANING MILL
F. S. BAKER
All kinds of Building
Material, Sash, Doors
Moulding, Etc. - -
OREGON CITY, ORE.
Enterprise and V. Oregonian $2.
HERE ARE A FEW
Why you should come to us if
you are in need of a Watch
We Have Sold Watches For many years and have had an opportunity
to observe just the satisfaction that each make gives, and offer you the
benefit of this experience.
When We Sell a Watch We put our reputation back of it. We are in
terested in the service as well as simply selling it, for we realize that our
future sales depend on the satisfaction our goods give.
If From Any Cause Our watch should go wrong, we are interested and
cannot afford " To turn you down."
Our Stock Is Always Large. We can show you the choice and up-to-date
Our Prices Are Right As we buy for cash only and our expenses are
small when compared with first class houses in Portland.
If you are interested come and see us.
Since Eye Examinations of school
Children became compulsory in many of
the larger cities, statistics show that a
large number have some form of Eye
Our Optical departmant is now in
charge of a competent Optician and we
would suggest that you have your Eyes
and your children's Eyes examined. He
will tell you if you have any troubled.
BURMEISTER & ANDRESEN
The Oregon City Jewelers