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OREGON CITY ENTERPRISE, FRIDAY, OCT. 16, 1903
KEADY mil W()UK!!:,
Oti'Kon City Itoiud of Trndo
II its Incoi poi-ulnl.
Vigorous Ciimpiilgii of AiItitIIhImk M ill
Ho Con il net od In lutprvat or TIiIh
( lly uinl (iui'kuiiiiiH ('oiiiiIj.
The Oretion Ciiy Hoard o Trade has
Iii'kii rnurgatiUi'd (or active work In the
Inlnri'Ml ol Una rliy ami Clackamas
count y .
Articles of I nror 1 101 at loll Imvu li'on
hIkiiimI liy the following namml riiri'muit
Mlivu liiiMiiiimit men : (i'o. A. Ilunling,
W. A. Iliinliov, Frank Huxi'li, K. K.
('barman, 1). C. Latmiriittii, K. (1. ('mi
Held. (1. II. Plmlck, Franklin T. (irillilli,
ml C. II. Dye.
Tlio llimnl Ik Incnrp irntcd wild aespl
Ul Hock of $:i(HH), ol HliHri'H ol tlm value
of flKI I'lii'h. lly tlm termaof tlio urtlnlon
o( Incorporation f.'i por nliuru In to Imi imll
t once, iiivinn tlm orKiiiilznliun In ml
ol tMHI with which to Inaugurate Hit
work. Tlm balance of tlm capital stock
I iiimiIo iniyiililu III monthly itiHtalliiiwitn
ol 1 1'iicli, which which will iv tlm
lioily a IiiiiiI of ( I IKI mr month with
which In iiruM'tMito ila Inborn in bi'half ol
Them linn been Inlk fur some ti iiiii of
rnviviiiK IliK ornmilziitioii ami thin an
liiiiliicemeiil will hit welcomed by tint
people ol Oregon ('lly Ki'iiiTully. TIiohh
who haw liitmmlud t lii-ui I vch In IhiH
ii i o v t hi i ti t urn in niriiKNt and with tint
dcuciveil luiurly ri-oHTMtioii ol thnhiiHl.
liens mid profenitioiial InlrrcHtn ol tlm
roiiiinuiiily, coupled with whatever aid
(lUi'kuinuH cniiiiiy iiihv (nil liniil to
Iriiil, it in a certainty llml iniirli valuable
work will hit iici oiiiilinlii'.l in adv'tiiiig
thin county mid itit rcHoniera. (if thin
them in need, for it him been some timu
since any IT i t at Mhlirty was made ill
behalf ol ( lii4'k mil hh county.
Kincit tint InitintiVH Iihk been taken, It
In now up to tin Iuiniiii'hh iiikm and prop
titty o linn of thin city to give tin move
ininit every ,onilli t-iiroiiriigKiiiciil.
'Micro Hliouiil hit no delay in mibi-cribing
tint iitM-eanary Hinoillit ol Mock to llimiro
tint ini'iirporutioii ol (hit commercial or
Knlii.lttinn. An IiHn been eiiiphanized ill
tint coluniiiM of tlm F.nlerpriiie, "Lot's net
to work." Now In tin limit to now tint
seed. Tha harveat will coiiih Inter.
Tlm purpoiioN of lint organization iirtt
net fortli In tint articles ul incorporation
w llicll HtUtlt UN flllloWN :
"Tin ollteiptlHe, hiiHini'HH, piirHtlit hikI
occupation In which said cor pornlioii
proposes to einjane Ih to mlvitrtiitit tint
natural arivHiilugc ol Oregon City mnl
Clackamas county, mnl aid in lint build
ing tP 'f It" industries, Hint in inducing
im it i t rMt ii n thereto
"The principal olllce or place of html
n cnn i( na id corporation nIinI be Oregon
City, Clackamas county, Oregon.
"Tin amount of tin capital stock of
aid corporation In 1(1110, divided into
one hundred sharra ol 10 each, and it la
hereby understood and agreed that each
and every subscriber to the capital stock
of aaid i'orx)iation ahall have the prlvi
IcKe ol paying fur the aturk ao auhacrilied
by him !') down pr ahare, atid the bal
anco at the rale uf $1 per month for each
ahare of Mock sulm-rilied by each MirNon
without Interest. The first payment of
f.'i tu be due and payable on the firm day
of tint aexl month after the orumilzntion
of the corporation ami other liiHlallmenta
on the flrnt of each month thcrenfter."
1'KOFII'M OF Y(l'U "L.NCI.K SAM"
How a (iiuliiN Vlni I. Ikes Figures Huh
Kllfiircd It All Out.
The coHt of the tmvcrnmctit ia daily in
creaNini:, but "I'nclo Pam," in ppitu of
tliin, In able, after paying every bill, to
put HNidit more cnhIi every n i K ' t at tin
clone ol bimiueHN than be waa lint corre
npnniliiiK day Inet year. I.aHt Wednea
diiy'a Ntutt'iueiit, for example, which in
typical lor the whole aeriita of the week,
and whlcli reta lorth the traiiHactioiiN of
an ordinary day, aliowa that the total re
oeiptH ol the Kovitrnmitiit from all nntircea
for that day were fL',ll:'0,8:!(l.fi.r, and that
the total expeiiNea ol that day were $1,
KIO.OtK), thiiN leaving net lialancoof re
ceipta over expenditurea in the trcamiry
ol $IIH),H:itl.ri5. In other wohIh, "Uncle
Ham" laHt Wcdnemlay collected nearly
1100,000 more than be had any Immedi
ate need lor. Ilia collectiona for the day
were at the rate of $H4,L'01.rl an hour,
which iiieana that every minute there
was poured into liia Hlrong boxea from
the iKK-keti of the people $1,403.30 or
fl'n.'ill a Nccond. On the same day he
paid out on an average every hour f 7l,
2u0 in order to keep the w heels of the
government (jolng. Kxpreaeed in an
other way, the expenae of the govern
nient (or the day by in inn tea waa $1,
270.7, or I'Jl.lH a aecond. Aa the col
lectiona for the game aecond were $'.'3.30,
it ia abown that "Uncle Snm'a proflta fur
the day were at the rate of $2.21 a aecond.
Ilia aotirce of greater Income for IImb
particular day waa from customs col
lected levied under the Dingley tariir
law, They totaled for the day $1,131.
878 60. Thin ia at the rate ol $47,1(17.00
an hour or $780.01 a minute, or $13.10
aecond. While collecting tariff dutiea at
the rate of $13.108econd, "Uncle Sam"
was at the same time collecting internal
revenue taxes at the rate of $8.70 a sec
ond, his total receipts for the day, from
that source being $750,03.1.72. From
miscellaneous aources be collected dur
ing the day $132,024.24.
On the corresponding day last year the
receipts from all sources were $1,331.
440.40 with expenses of $1,100,000. Col
lections lor the corresponding day laat
year were at the rate of $15.41 a second,
and expenditures averaged for that day
$13.42 a second, the profits to the gov-,
ernnient on the day's transactions being
only $2.00 a second as against $2 21 a
second last Wednesday.
The item of greatest cost, as shown by
the statement under review was credited
to "war" merely a convenient terra
used by the treasury's bookkeepers to
indicate the total expenses of the war
department for that day. The exhibit
shows that there was disbursed on ac
count of "war" last Wednesday, $720,000
and on the same day the navy cost the
nation $570,000. Pension payments for
the day were $300,000, thus making the
total expenses of the government for one
day on account of war and the necessary
equipment to carry it on $1,500,000.
The population of thia country is now
about 76 million. It is, therefore, easy
(rum (ivory man,
the hi my and navy ami pay pmiaioiia.
The saiun atiititinents show that the In
diaiiNilNNt Wednesday cont the govern
ment $10,000 and that there waa expend
ed the mini day under the head ul "mis
cellaneous and civil" $2:10,000. This
reprcHonla the daily eoxt of the execu
tive, IvgUlative and judicial departments
ol the government. While, of courNe,
an enoriiioiiN amount of money In paid
out every day In expeiine. "Uncle Sam"
nn has been shown ia making a profit of
$2 21 a K'cond on bin (lady transaction,
and if tbLN kocw up long enniiKh he will
have in in exchequer all the money in
the nation. Then the people won't have
any cuhIi to Nettle with the tax collector
wintii ho cornea around for their ttate,
county, municipal and special taxea, to
say nothing of their Inuhility to meet
"Uncle Sum's" demands lor $23.30 every
I'ATIKSTS K.HCAI'K FKO.W ASYLUM
An Kaxtcrn Oregon fotiTlct I'litlent
One of Itunnways.'
Atletidanta employed at the stale in
Niine aHvliim at Salem were in the city
laat Friday on the look-out for four ea
crH'n from that inHtiiulion who broke
out of the main building at an early hour
Among the eacapes is Oliver Marshall,
a convict-primmer. Murahall was com
mitted to the Niatn prinon from linker
county under lile sentence for murder
and about three years ago played crazy
Hiillli ientlv well to ncciire a transfer from
the penitentiary to the asylum for treat
ment. One of the five runaways was
captured in the HiibuiliN ol Salem. The
escape from theasylum was accomplished
about three o'clock in the morning.
With an Improvised saw, an opening waa
sawed through the door in tint ward in
which the (puiilet was coiilliied, and
they lint lock was pickcrV It was then
an easy matter to remove the screen
from tint window. A roiie whs Invented
uf blankets and with the aid ol thia the
patients safely reached the ground from
a third story window. Ihe break was
discovered within an hour after the men
had left ami a detail of attendants waa
promptly sent in ptirmiit. Marshall and
two of tint other escaea were captured
on a larm near Oregon City at an early
hour Saturday morning.
Mlrlckrn Willi I'liralynl..
Henderson (inmett. ol this place.
was stricken with partial paralysis and
completely lost the use ul utnt arm and
aide. After being treated by an eminent
phvulcan lor quite a win In without re
lie, my wife recommended I'ain Halm,
and after using two or three bottles uf it
he is almost completely cured. Ueorge
K. McPonald, Mn, Logan county, W.
Va. Several other very remarkable
cures uf partial paralysis have been ef
fected by the use uf thia liniment. It is
must widely known, however, as a cure
lor rheumatism, sprains and bruises.
Sold by U. A. Harding.
MUH. 0AHXKY WANTS A SHAKE
Has Drought Suit Against Husband
for Kercipta of Farm.
Bridget dallney, who resides near
Clackamas station .this county, has
brought a suit lor accounting in the cir
cuit court against her husband, John
(iairnev, to recover about $4000 alleged
to he her share of the profits of the farm
produce marketed oil the farm since No
Mrs. (iatl'iiey alleges that she had an
agreement with her husband by the
terms of w hich she was tu receive one
third of the net proceeds of the sale of
the produce raised on their farm in this
county. It Is represented that this
agreement was entered into in November
lN'.K) and has been in ell'ect ever since.
In thill length of time it is claimed that
produce to the value of $15,42(1.72 has
been sold and that there remains due
her the sum of $:li;42.24.
The plaintiff asks that the husband
who Iiuh the money on deposit in a local
bunk be enjoined from drawing the
money out of its present place of deposit
and making other disposition of the same
as he threatens to do. As yet neither of
the parties has taken slops to secure a
Do Your Ankles) or Limbs Swell?
Are Your Eyes Putty? We are
the Sole Agents fop the Only
Thing Known That Cures th
Kidney Diseases That Cause
. Dropsy, vlz.i Fulton Compounds.
It Is now welt known that dropsy Is not In
Itaslf a disease, but la nearly always a symp
tom of kidney disease that aooompanles the
hronlo alagea beniUifore Incurable. Hence,
Bp to the dlseovery ol the Fulum Compounds,
dropsy was Inourabla. It la now, however,
curable In nearly nine-tenths of all oases. Her
la an Interesting reoovery.to which we refer by
Mrs. Pnter Ooyhsnlx of KS Fillmore atrcet,
(Ian FranoUco, became alarmluiiy dropsical.
Her pbystolan had dually to tap her every few
days, rlrie was tapped nearly forty times and
ere worse from day to day. Tne phyalolaa
finally told her husband that ihe had llrlghi'a
Disease of the Kldunya, that It waa In an ad
vanced ehronlo s'ateand beyond medical aid.
Her heart also cave hsr the usual trouble and
she was In sueb a esrloua condition the relatives
were sent for. They put her on Pulua'e Com
pound. It stayed on the alnmaeb. the first
tblnf that bad aone so for a week. The second
week the dropay declined a little and tbe Im
provement waa tbon gradual till her recovery
was oomplele. This oaac waa eiamlned Intc
by representatives of the Ban Francisco 8tai
and the Overland Monthly, and tbe grnulneiiesi
of ihe case and the rooofiry were fully attested
Id their columns.
Mrs. Thomas Chrlstol of 4SS Twenty-aeveoth
street. Ban Franolico, was also swollen with
dropsy, as the result of chronic kidney disease,
to more than, seventy-five pounds beyond aei
normal wolKhl, and had to be moved In sheets
and was close to death's door although she had
four physicians, fthe waa put on the Fulton
Compouuda. Three weeka showed Improvement
and In sli montha she waa well, and permits
If you have dropsy don-t temporise. There Ii,
anly one thlna known that will cure the enronlc
fcldnny disease that Is behind
it and that is
Fulton's Compound. The Kenal Compound for
BrlKht'a and Kidney Diseases, i; lor Ulaoetea,
kl VI. John J. Fulton Co.. Washington
street. Ban Francisco, sole compounders, fiend
lor tanphtat. Wc arc tha aei aa catt tor lali
CHARMA5 A CO., DRUGGISTS
BAPTISTS AT WORK
These IML'Ioiii Worker Sleet
in AiihiihI Convention.
NchiIoiin Held At O ie koii ('lly Church
Over One Hundred Delegate!
The annual meeting of the Oregon
Htatit Ituplmt Convention waa convene
atthe lirHt ItaptlNt church in thia city
TueNilay night, Kev. W. K. Uandall, ol
I'orlUrnl, preaching the annual sermon
Ilia subject was: "The Welfare of the
Commonwealth." Over one hundred
delegalea are enrolled In the convention
which will conclude its sessions this
Among the prominent Baptist workers
that are in attendance are: Kev. J no. M,
roster, missionary of Swatuw, C'hinn;
Kev. L. Wallace Terry, general mission-
ary (or Western Washington ; and Kev
I'. O. Seymour rield Secretaey for Ihe
llaptist I'uhlication Society.
I'hn Oregon ItaptiHt Ministerial Con
lerence completed its work Tuesday after
noun, having had under consideration
the evangelistic work ol the state and the
la-sl means to further that iniHsion. Kev.
(ieo. A. Learn, of the Moiitavilla church
1'orlland, was elected chairman of the
conference; Kev. J. W. Mount, ol llepp-
ner, vice-chairman : and Kev. r . C. Stan
ard, New berg, secretary .During the day
adilrcHH's were dehf red by Kev. J. W
Mount, Kev. Arthur li. Waltz. Kev. (J
A. l-earn, Kev. Mron Couley and J. li.
('has. Hurt, a singing evangelist of Al
bany, Hccoinptnieil by a number ol Ihe
ilelegutea to the convention, conducted
an Infoi mal service on a prominent street
corner prior tu tint regular service, that
wsh iiiite a departure frnin the regular
program that is observed by these reli
gious gatherings. .Mr. Hart, accompany
ing himself on the guitar, led thesiuging
ol a number ol hymns, while a few re1
! marks wore ollered by visiting delegates.
.Missionary topics ein'aged the at ten
tion of the annual meeting of the state
Baptist! Association Wednesday. The
convention was addressed Wednesday
night by Kev. It. O. Seymour, 1). I).,
field secretary for the Baptist I'ublica
lion Society, of I'biladelphia, and Miss
Alary llurdetle, uf Chicago.
In the election of ollicers a number of
those w ho served during the past year
were retained in their respective stations
for the ensuing year. Ihe newly-elected
olllcers are: I resblent, Kev. .1. 11
Heaven, of Oregon City; vice-president,
Kev. W. 1'. Klmoro, I'ortland ; recording
secretary, r. II. Adams, McMinnville ;
corresponding secretary, L. W. Ulley,
Mc.Minnville; historical secretary, W.
II. Latourette, Mc.Minnville; treasurer
J. F. Failing, Portland. The auditing
committee ii comprised of W. L. Mor
gan and W. O. Haines, both ol Portland ;
S. C. Miller, W. T. Kllis, of Haker City ;
II K. Merrell, of Albany; and A. L.
Veazie, of Portland, constitute the new
board of managers.
A deficit of $100.03 was retried for
the year and this amount waa provided
for in a free will offering. Kev. K. Mc
Killop, of Ashland, presented the report
of the state missions and the subject
was discussed by Kev. A. J. Hnnsaker
and Kev. Terry. Kev. C. P. Bailey, ol
Oakland, gave an address on "The lie
lation of the Church to the Convention.'
El.mU'S ItOYAL ITALIAN IHSD
Will Appear at Miirrley's Monday
EreuliiK l'arude Monday Noon.
' Manager Shiveley announces the ap
pearance in this city at Shiveley's opera
house next Monday evening, Oct. 19, of
hllery a famous Koyal Italian ISand. It
will bo remembered that this musical
aggregation visited this city a year ago
and gave the best of satislaction. 1 lie
bringing of this company of musicians to
this city places w ithin the reach of local
niiiHic lovers an opportunity that is
larely afforded for hearing something
that is worth hearing. If tbe weather
will permit, the band will give a street
parade about noon Monday.
The coining engagement of Ellery's
Royal Italian Hand will undoubtedly be
the musical event of the season in this
city. The band having already played
here, is well known and enjoys the dis
tinction of having made the greatest hit
ever made by inch an organization in
this city. Its previous appearance
established the fact that among local
musicians and music-lovers in general
that it is a band without an equal in
America today. Never before have such
thrilling renditions of all classes of
miiBic. from classic and operatic, down
to the lighter and commonly called pop
ular music, being given in this city.
The band was in reality a revelation
to the persons who heard it, and through
the efforts of those same persons this
return engagement is being played. If
the business on this engagement is not
simply enormous, it will not be because
these Bame fnenua ol the organization
have not been "boosting," for tney cer
tainly scattered praise concerning it as
never has been given before regarding
a road organization in this city.
WILL SOON BURN OIL.
Crown Paper Company Will be Cslng
Sew Fuel In GO Days.
The excavation which tbe Crown Taper
Co. has had undei way for some time to
make a place for the new oil tank, which
will in future furnish the mill with fuel
is now practically finished, says the
Telegram correspondent. An excava
tion 200 feet long, running from the lower
end of the mill to the company's ware
house, had been made for the reception
of the tank. The big concrete canal
which now extends along the front of the
mill will be extended the whole 300 feet,
and the dirt between this and the canal
will be taken out, widening the canal 30
feet for a distance of 300 feet. This will
I f .I.. f I ..
K' aiuiiug u. yu.j.
logs wnicn me company ia now com
pelted to keep in the canal. The present
method fills up the canal, and is some
what of a hindrance to shipping.
Thia wall will be extended at once, tbe
rockcraaber having already been set op
to crush tbe rock lor tbe concrete, and
the motor to drive it having been put on
tbe ground. As soon ai It ii finished the
mammoth oil tank will be Installed be
hind it. This tank will be 120 feet long,
40 feet wide and 15 feet deep, and will
hold a three mouth's supply of oil for the
mill, which will require OtlOO gallons per
dsy. The tank is a double one, it hav
ing a partition running through the cen
ter, making practically two tank.
The crude oil will be brought up the
river on barges. As it will lie almost
Impossible for the barges to get over Ihe
rapids at the mouth of the Clackamas
river during three months of tbe year,
when the river is extrenmly low during
the Hummer, a tank of large capacity is
necessary. The tank will require to be
tilled only four times a year. Work on
the installation of t'ie oil system is biting
pushed ahead, and it is expected to have
It in operation within tbe next (X) days.
II the experiment undertaken by the
Crown Mills proves the succcr: that is
promised, other large manufacturing in
stitutions in this city may adopt the
same fuel as a substitute for the more
WATTS IS IX TROUBLE AliAIN.
Arrested At I'omeroy, Washington, for
Obtaining Money Fraudulently.
The arrest at I'omeroy, Washington,
recently of A. A. Watts, formerly ol this
city, under the alias of A. W. Morrison,
recalls the record of that individual in
this city. He is considered a bad man
by local officers.
Alxjiit a year ago Watts was found
guilty in the Clackamas county circuit
court jointly with a companion named
Craii.er, of passing a forged check.
W hen sentence was about to be pro
nounced, Watts addressed tne court in
behalf of himself and partner to the end
that lie escaped with a sentence of eight
een months while the other fellow got
Watts employed bis confidence-win
ning ways at the prison and was soon
given a trusty position by which his term
ol service was reduced to about ten
months. Upon leaving the institution
he came to this city and presented to
Cramer's friends here an order bearing
Cramer's signature, by which be gained
possession of a quantity of personal prop
erty belonging to his partner in crime.
It now develops that the signature of
Cramer was a forgery. Waf.s left tbe
city at once and has not been beard from
since until County Clerk Sleight today
received irom the district attorney of
Fomerov a letter reoiieHling a certified
copy ol tbe court record of Watts in this
county. The fellow is now under arrest
in ashington for obtaining money un
der fale pretenses last September. When
apprehended by the Washington officials
alls waa serving a ail sentence in a
Montana jail for the same offense.
Tbe excitement Incident to traveling
and change of food and water often
brings on diarrhoea, and for this reason
no one should leave home without a bot
tle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
DiarrbiL-a Remedy. For sale by G. A.
CLACKAMAS JUICY LIST DRAWS
Those Who Will Serve as Jurors at
the November Term of Court.
Sheriff Shaver and County Clerk
Sleight on Wednesday selected the list
ol u rers lor service at the regular No
vember term of the Clackamas county
circuit court. Tbere will be a large
docket of cases to be heard at tbis term.
The jurors selected are as follows:
Fred Miller, New Era; S. E. Gregory,
Heaver Creek ; alter kirscliem, Hard
ing ; E. K. Judd, Molalla ; Randolph C.
Shipley, OswekOi Fred El v, Oregon City,
No. 3; Albert Hayhurst, Beaver Creek;
m. Bard, Springwater ; ,Jno. Kmley,
Milwaukie; Eli Williams, Oregon City,
No. 1;T. M. Cross, Molalla: Gilbert
Uandall, New Era; Jno. H. Duncan,
Cascades ; C. Hair, Canby ; D. B. Martin,
Canemah; W. II. H. Wade, Eagle
Creek; David Ilederman, Borings; Jno,
. Bennett, Clackamas; Hubert H.
Snodgrggs; Milk Creek ; J. E. Burnett;
hagle Creek ; James llkinson, Oregon
City, No. 2; C. G. Millard, Clackamas;
K. Morton, Damascus; bred Matt hies,
Abernethy; James Bbibley, Spring
water; Frank Beers, Cascades; P. T.
Davis, Clackamas; M. M. McGeeban,
Maple Lane; Bart Sullivan, Highland;
Sam Wolfer, Needy; James Evans,
Thedford'a Black-Draucht has
saved doctors' bills for more than
sixty years. For the common fam
ily ailments, such as constipation,
indigestion, hard colds, bowel com
plaints, chills and fever, bilious
ness, headaches and other like
complaints no other medicine ia
necessary. It iuvigorates and reg
ulates the liver, assists digestion,
stimulates action of Ue kidneys,
purines the blood, end purges ihe
bowels of foul accuaanlatioui. It
cures liver complaint, indigestion,
sour stomach, dizziness, chills,
rheumatio pains, sideache, back
ache, kidney troubles, constipation,
diarrhoea, biliousness, piles, hard
colds and headache. Every drug
gist hasThedford'f Black-Draught
in 25 cent packages and in mam
moth size for $1.00. Never accept
a substitute. Insist on having the
original made by the Chattanooga
I belkvt Thtdfortfi Black-Draught
Is the kest medicine en earth. It I
good for any and everything. I have
a family of twelve children, and for
(our years I have keai them on foot
ana naaitny witn no octor but Black.
Draught A. J. CREN, mewara, U
At St. Paul's church on Thursday
morning, Oct. 15, Mr. J. B. l.arnh, ol
Meadowhrook, and Miss Mary C. John
ston, ol Bolton, were united in holy mat
rimony by tbe Kev. P. K. Hammond.
On tbe evening of October 9th, Edward
Clevenger and I.ydia Livesay were mar
ried in their newly furnished home on
the West Side in the presence of a few
intimate friends. Kev. Bollinger, of tbe
Congregational church, olliciated. These
young people are setting sail on life's
voyage under most favorable auspices.
The local lodge of the Fraternal Broth
erhood gave a social dance at the Wood
men ball Tuesday evening. Several were
in attendance from Portland and a very
enjoyable evening folk wed. Tbis lodge,
although only recently organized in tins
city, has already established an enviable
reputation as a successful entertainer.
Oregon City volunteer firemen and
their friends will partake of their annual
banquet at George Bros. 'a restaurant
Several of the prominent young men of
the city have reorganized the Florodora
Club and have issued invitations for the
Initial dancing party of the season to be
given at Armory Hall Friday evening,
October 23. It is the intention of the
club to give dancing parties at intervals
of about a month each during the winter
At the Holverson-Evans wedding at
Salem Wednesday evening, Mr. W, H.
Burgbardt, Jr., formerly of this city, sang
"Where'er You (J-," by Lord) Henry
Somerset just prior to the marriage ser
vice. Will always does sing well but be
was in splendid voice on tbis occasion
and did even better than usual.
JIST I!i TIME.
Some Oregon City People May Walt
Till It's Too Late.
Don't wait until too late.
Be sure and be in time.
Just in time with kidney ills
Means curing the back
Before backache becomes chronic;
Before serious urinary troubles set in.
Iloan's Kidney Pills will do this.
Here is testimony to prove it.
G. H. Springmeyer, expresnman, re
siding at 1016 First St., Portland, says:
"Exposure to rough weather and the
constant jarring of the wagon while I
was riding brought on kidney trouble.
My back .ched almost constantly and
muscles controlling the bladder appeared
weak and their action far too frequent.
Doan's Kidney Pills came to my notice
and I got a box. Tbe pain in my back
was relieved and tbe kidney secretions
became normal. Two boxes of Doan's
Kidney Pills brought about this result
and it is with pleasure that I recommend
tbis effective preparation to others."
Plenty more proof like this from Ore
gon City people. Call at C. G. Hunt
ley's drug store and ask what bis cus
For sale by all dealers. Price 60 cents.
Foeler-Milburn Co., Bnffalo, N. Y., sole
agents for tbe United States.
Remember tbe name Doan's and
take no substitute.
IS KNOWS TO LOCAL AUTHORITIES
Walter Wjland, iDpsprrate ex. Convict,
in Custody ia Southern Oregon.
Walter Hyland, twice a convict in this
state and a desperate character, has been
captured in Southern Oregon and will
likely serve a third terra in Oregon's
enal institution. ,
Hyland was sentenced to the state
prison from this county about six years
ago for stealing, after having broken jail
here. Subsequent to bis release from
the penitentiary he has been causing the
officers of the law all sorts of trouble in
the different localities be has visited. In
addition to breaking jail in tbis city,
Hyland also effected bis release from the
jails at Canyon City, this state, and
Concerning his capture Wednesday
evening, a press dispatch from Medford
"Word was received by telephone late
this evening that Walter Wyland was
shot five times by Sheriff Rader and E.
W. Carver, while resisting nnder arrest
at Wyland's uncle's ranch, situated on
Antelope Creek, 15 miles east of Med
ford. None ol the wounds aro thought
to be serious.
"Wyland while under the influence of
liquor last Sunday evening drew bis
pistol on a son of Justice of the Peace
Purden for some fancied grievance, and
finally brought up at the Hotel Nash bar
with tbe intention of doing np Charles
Gay, the night barkeeper. They ex
changed a few words and both drew their
pistols and began shooting Gay fired
but one shot, which took effect near tbe
thigh, making a slight flesh wound,
while Wyland fired five shots, none tak
"Wyland then left town, a wairant
was sworn out for bis arrest and Sheriff
Rader has been on the lookout for him.
He was taken to Jacksonville tonight
and wlil be brought here for preliminary
examination tomorrow. Wyland gener
ally is considered a desperate character."
State of Ohio, Citt ofTolbdo.) is.
Lucas County. f
Frank J. Cheney makes an oath tha
he is tbe senior partner of the firm of F.
J. Cheney A Co., doing business in the
City of Toledo, County and State afore
said, and that said firm will pay the sum
of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each
and ery case of Catarrh that cannot
be cured by tbe use of Hall s Catarrah
Cure. FRANK J, CHENEY, .
Sworn to before me and subscribed in
my presence, this 6th day of December,
A. D. 1S96.
,-) A. W. GLEASON,
j seal NotaryPublic.
Hall's Catarrah Cure Is taken inter
nally end acts directly on the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system. Send
for testimonials, free.
F.J. CHENEY, & CO., Toledo, 0.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the beet.
WE HAVE BRUSHES for
everybody. You may
not need a paint brush nor
a floor brush nor a kalsornine
brush, but everybody upeu
tooth brushes, or ought to,
and we have some that will
please you both for quality
and price. We are having
a Special Sale Thi Week
and giving you the benefit
of a ao per cent Reduction.
Fine imported Clothes and
Hair Brushes, Painting
Brushes, Kalsornine Brushes,
White Wash Brushes, Strip
ers, Letters, Camel Hair
Brushes and Polinhing Bruhes.
All at a reduction of ao per
CHARMAN & CO.
out rate druggists
Phone 131 Oreoon City, Ore.
MILES & McGLASH AN, Props.
Gal Can Maple Leaf Maple Syrup
Gal. Suow Shoe Club Maple, high grade
6 Bars Sappy Monday Soap
Made in Oregon City
7 Bars Diamond C Soap
Pound M. & M. Blend Coffee
Pound Good Rio Coffee
Pint Bottle Catsup
Bottle Nice Stuffed Olives
Large Bot. Anchovy Mustard
15 Cents '
Bottle Ripe Olives, very fine
Have you ever had a long, weary Sun
day before you apparently a never-ending
day wben nothing imanineable would
provoke one of those full, hearty, whole
souled laughs from which is derived the
old, favorite adage,. "Laugh and grow
fat?" If such a day comes to you again
and you want a merry laugh for the
pleasure it gives, turn to the Comic
Colored Supplement of The Chicago
Record-Herald's Sunday edition. It is
certainly an exterminator of the "blues."
Filled completely with fresh, breezy
jokes and irresistibly comic illustrations
in colors, sparkling with wit and humor
of an entertaining as well as instructive
nature, it is a paper to amuse all who
see it. Four pages in colors and four
pages in black-and-white, this the best
colored supplement issued by any met
ropolitan newsDaper makes of that
newspaper a combination of a modern
Sunday newspaper and a humorous
weekly periodical in colors.
The mechanical wotk involved in the
making of this colored supplement is a
marvel of skill. The harmonious ar
rangements and perfect blending of the
many colors need in its make-up portray
artistic taste of the highest order.
" Five decades passed over tbe Euro
pean settlements of California, and wit
nessed only marriages consumated with
out breath of scandal. Senors wooed,
senoritas loved, parents Ginally consen
ted, and tbe whole territory danced at
the wedding feast, Tbe people were all
of one race, all of one religion, and all
of one styleof living, so tbat not even
tbe most critical parents could not find
insurmountable obstacles to their chil
dren's unions'" Thns begins a true tale
by Katherine Chandler in the Argonaut
of October 12th, entitled "The First El
opement." It is a dramatic andmoving
Real property and chattel mortgage
loans. Abstracts furnished.
G. B. DiMicK.rAtty. at Law,
Oregon City, Or.
CASTOR I A
Tor Infants and Children.
Tlie Kind Yon Hava Always Bought