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VOL. 37, NO. 35.
OREGON CITY, OREGON, FRIDAY, JULY 8, 1904.
Elghty-acro fruit and Vogotabl
furm at Cnnby on linn of Houthorn
i-anno raiinaa, an lovoi. 7 acrns in
nice cultivation. All fonced, border
on oioinua nvnr, is acre prunes in
Al condition. 13 acre p..Beh.s, 4
acres applra f arres strawberries 6-
room fram dwelling. large barn. iOt
8tock and timber: 252 acres. T. S
o. prune dryer 21x40. coat 1600, , cllUv.tlon. 50 acrea more nearly D ni . trmm through the p ace water
gralnery. warehouse. i mile to achoo , TnaAv .., bro.k a nrMnB nr,.hrd . T m . me piace, water
u mil viir.ii in,r, ' i" "roan, a acres prune on tiara. u u fluids, 1 acre orchard, 4-rooin
to .Teaming plMe ,,,,,CBd moUDUln trout '" """He. barn 44.50. 20 acre. In clo
mi'Jt'inm fUnnln throUKh tbe "nc. ver. 20 acre. In grain and vegetables,
I pi. won a-'k n w ,;M'W'1 ,ttrB0 ",rlnw' fram dwelling Kr,at outrange, 7 mile, to Cazadero.
and iVothw fl'rm? nmnlmmlnrr 6 ro"m"' 0Ht ,500' barn' 2 m"H" 16 tw" Increase, all for
11L ii . rT, 5 'P.'! l"nU ,D4 cl"M"M fact"ry- "" l'nce to 12000; half down, balance la 6 yean
o.i iVn m irZ t , . creamery that sella 11000 worth of at 5 per ceut Interest.
Trice $H0()0; $5000 cash, balance in btter a mooth mli9i ,, pHr
5 year at nor cent Intercut. d,d neighborhood. 130 ner .pre
8 , IL 3 K., one mile from Molalla One hundred and sixty-five acres at
rlvar and on line of extension of Logan, 130 acrea in splendid cultlva
motor railway, 200 acrea level. 50 tlon and In crop, four miles of board ...
acre fenced. 30 acres In cultivation,
no house, barn 50x75. living water,
valuable, would cruise five million or
nmre feet of good, merchantable tlm -
lu,r t.i.i.w ui., 1.
at 5 per cent luterent.
nnn J", l TlCA f10 9T i'l ,l,,l",rhu"l; Zmn. balance In 5 year, at 5 per
acre; $1000 cah; balance In 3 years half down, balance on easy term, at . ..........
Three hundred and forty-nine acres
Two hundred und fifty-acre stock Stock Farm Investment. 341 acres, of level, rich soil, lu Marlon county,
ranch, rolling enough for good drain- two miles from terminus of O. W. P. 5 miles from Woodburn, 220 acres In
age, soil good, 80 acres In cultivation. & Hy. Co. line at Springwater, 100 good cultivation, free from stumps and
80 arret more slushed and burned and acres In cultivation, whole place rocks, balance In pasture, whole place
could be put into cultivation for $10 fenced, CO acres In clover, 14 acres fenced and cross-fenced, one fair old
per acre, balance pBHture land, small orchard, two million feet good mer- dwelling. 8 rooms, two large barns,
creek runs through ttio place, 3 living chautable timber, three fine living other outbuildings convenient to
springs, 3 acre orchard, 8-room box springs of pure water, small dwelling, place, 6 acre orchard, 7 acres hops,
house, covered with rustic, painted, large new barn 00x84. outrange of mile to school, title perfect. Price
1-atory, big home made barn 30x00, elk weed and pea vine for a thousand $:i5 per acre; terms made to suit the
stieilded all round. Iurgj outrange, on head of stock, about 40 bead cattle, purchaser. This In a rare bargain.
A great many other places, large aand small, for sale
at all sorts of prices, and to suit all sorts of people
GROSS and SHAW
Main Street, Oregon City,
J0BEKT A. MILLER
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Lrfimi Title Hntl Land Office
Will practice in all Courts of the State
Room 1, Weinhanl Bldg.
pp. Court House, Oregon City. Oregon
ATTORNEY AT LAW
1MTS4CT or rsurstTT rrsnnsn.
Oo uei to Orejua (,'ltr Kat rpri .
)R. GRACE E. HAIN
Acute and Chronlo Diseases. Nervous
Dlaordxrs. Women's and Children's Dis.
ascs a Specialty. Graduate of Still Col
! of Osteopathy. Des Moines. Ia. Of
fice Hours: 9:30 a. m. to ( p. m Monday, 1
Wednesday and Friday. Concultatlon free. I
Itooin 16, Gard4 BullJInc. Oregon City.
Q W. EASTHAM
ATTOHNEY AT LAW
Land Titles Kxumlned. AbstraotJ Made,
feeds, Mortgages l)ran. Money Loaned
orrn s ovkr
BanX of Oregon City.
Oksuon City, Or.
W. 8. U'Rao 0. 8ohnebel
U'REN A SCIIUEBEL
Attorneys at Law.
Will jiruclice 111 nil courts, make collections
and settlements of Katatee.
Fariilsti almtracta o( title, lend you money
nd lend your money on first morgans.
Office In Enterprise Building,
Oregon City, Oregon.
Attorney at Law.
Justice of the Peaca.
.lugger BUlg., Oregon City
J n. CAMPBELL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Will practice In alltha court! ef tbs tut. )t
floe, In Caufluld bulldlog.
D. 4 D C. LATOURETTB
COUNSELORS AT LA ,T
AI STBEST OBCOOM CITT, OSSOOI
ailah Abatraota of TlUa, Loaa VUmf,
oreoios Mortcacaa, and transaot
0aaral Law Buslna .
For Gentlemen Farmers of some means. We can
recommend every one of them, and the price is right
main mad 22 mllns from Orrerm Citr
lft mll from Wllholt Spring. $0
per acre; 12000 down, balance on
long time at 8 pHr cent per annum.
Two hirhdred and twenty flvB acrs One hundred nd sixty acrea In
,t du ot 0rmiU ,n"uUnd lo ac"a level J2 I soil
Clt. 10 m from PortUll(, 10u JlXi 15" SL.
terms to suit
and wire fencing, 4 acres orchard, two
dwellings worth $2000. two large
fields, place is In good repair and ev-
erythlng neat and tidy, mile to
i ,ii- o 11...
6 per cent Interest.
233 Washington Street, Portland, Or
JUST RECEIVED A
pi If you need anything 111 the
l GlaB-ware or Gianite-ware, I can
inttpect my stock.
. III IllUlaV
Complule line o( new anil second hand FURNITURE carried. Let
me supply you with a buuxe- keepinx outtit
WALL PAPER of the best quality and latest styles at right prices.
Attention, Here's a Bargain
5000 leet, lt-4 inch first class Manila roi. In one piece, is offered for
sals at a barvsin for a few daj s.
Brunswick Hoiiso & Restaurant
Newly Furnished Rooms.
Meals at All Hours. Prices Reasonable.
Opposite Suspension Bridge.
Only First Class Restaurant
We are in a posi
tion to save you
from 10 to 20 per
cent, on undertak
er's supplies of
which we carry a
R. L. HOLMHN.
Office: One door south of Court House
snan hrirspi viimn n hinder and
all farming tool with presedt crop
for $30 por acre; very easy terms
Oixwl acbool and growing nalghbor
A gentleman's suburban home, 3
arret), all fenced and cross-fenced, soil
Al, 31 acres In splendid cultivation,
arres heavy timber, living spring
nd cistern, 5 acres orchard, all va-
, " 7 cnrtitn new barn 26x60
LVbtom with outflrheutbulld:
,' rron farml'n- 1'. This fine
,n crop farming 1001s. inis nne
011 ,i I IntarAuf
FULL LINE OF
way of Hardware, Crockery,
supply your wants. Call and
We are under
Have no middle
men to pay, own
our hearse and
will treat you fair.
Oki PitrctTo All
Undertaker & Embalmer
or at Cigar Store opposite Bank
READY FOR OPENING
CHAUTAUQUA WILL BC FORMALLY
OPENED NEXT TUESDAY.
Grand Musical Event Scheduled for Wed
nesday Evening Large Number of
Campers on the Grounds.
All Is In readiness for the opening of
the Eleventh Annual Assembly of the
Willamette Valley Chautauqua Associa
tion, which will be convened at Glad
stone Park next Tuesday morning. There
are more campers on the (rounds al
ready than ever before, and the Indica
tions are that the attendance this year
will be the Urgeit in the history of the
Association. The program, as has been
commented on. la the beat that was ever
One of the principal mimical events of
the Chautauqua this year will be the con
cert Wedneeday evening- under the di
rection of Mrs. Walter Reed, of Port
land. Miss Agnes Watt, who made such
a pronounced hit at the operatic concert
at the Empire Theater last spring-, will
sing, as will Mies Imogen Harding, of
this city. Mr. N. C. an. baritone, of
Portland, will appear twice on the pro
gram. Mrs. Walter Reed has promised
two numbers with her double quartet
from her Treble Clef Club. Prominent
singers in this organization are Agnes
Watt, Mrs. Louis McMahon, Mrs. San
deiaon Reed. Miss Hilda Hegele, Mrs.
Jordan Purvlne, Mlsa Rita Hansen, Miss
Ruth Hoyt and Mrs. Walter Reed. Miss
Alice Juston, Miss Katharine Covach and
Mr. Walter Reed will sing a trio. "The
Star ot Love." by Bordese. A number of
quartet will be sung by Miss Katharine
Covach, Mrs. Walter Reed. Leon M.
Jones and N. C. Zan. William Wallace
Graham, one of the best-known violin
lets or the Northwest, will render an A
and B number.
The program for the first four days of
the twelve days' session follows:
Opening Dsy, Tuesday, July YL
10:30 a. m. Music, Chemawa Indian
band; addrees of welcome. President Wil
lis Chatman Hawley, of Willamette Uni
versity. Salem. Oregon; response. Presi
dent Wallace Howe Lee. of Albany col
lege; organixaflon of classes and an-
IX. Vii nmh it mm il X
DR. STANLEY L. ' KREBS.
Will Lecture Tuesday and Wednesday.
nounefnent by Instructors.
1:30 p. m. Band concert.
2 p. m. Lecture. "Two Snakes In
Eden," (the practical psychology of fear
and worry.) Dr. Stanley L. Krebs, of
3:30 p. m. Base ball.
7:30 p. m. Band concert.
8:00 p. m. Lecture, "Marvels and Mys
teries of Mind." Dr. Stanley L. Krebs, of
Second Day, Wednesday, July 13.
8 a. m. to 12 m. Classes.
1:30 p. m. "Band concert.
2 p. m. Lecture, "Dreams and Pre
monitions." Dr. Stanley L. Krebs, of
3 30 p. m. Base ball.
7:30 p. m. Band concert.
8:00 p. m. Grand concert under the I
management and control of Mrs. Walter '
Reed, of Portland. j
DR. NEWELX, D
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. . .vN.
i - . - --iss .-
Famous Pulpit Orator of Brooklyn. New Tork, One of Principal Chautauqua
j Grand Army Dsy, Thursday, July 14.
I I 00 a. m. to 12:00 m. Classes,
j 1:31 p. m Hand concert.
i.Dii p. m tlolo; lecture, "Black Napo
I leon." Rev. Geo. White, D. D., pastor
Central M. E. church, San Francisco.
3 30 p. m Base ball.
7:30 p. m. Band concert.
8:09 p. m Introductory address. Pres
ident Willis Chatman Hawley; lecture,
"America's Mighty Mission." Captain
Richmond Pearson Hobson, of Washing
ton, D. C.
Fourth Dsy, Friday, July 15.
8:00 a. m. to 12:00 m. Classes.
1:30 p. m. Band concert.
2:00 p. m Lecture. "America. Mistress
of the Seas." Captain Richmond Pearson
Hobson, of Washington, D. C.
1:30 p. m. Base ball.
7:30 p. m. Band concert.
8:00 p. m. Reading. Mrs. Harriet Col
burn Saunderson, of Seattle, Wash.: lec
ture. "The Mission of Mirth," Dr. Thos.
McClary. of Minneapolis, Minn.
The Bass Ball Tournament
- " .vH ..bvv .. t. 1 OH .11, Will WU
Tournament that will be held at Glad
stone Park In connection with the ses
sions of the Willamette Valley Chautau
qua July 12 to U inclusive. The teams
are: The Wlllamettes and the T. M. C. A.,
both of Portland; Chemawa, Vancouver
and Oregon City.
The following schedule of games has
been arranged by the Chautauqua man
agement: July 12, Milwaukle vs. Oregon
City; July 13. T. M. C. A. vs. Chemawa:
July 14. Oregon City vs. Vancouver; July
15. T. M. C. A. vs. Willamette; July 16,
Vancouver vs. Chemawa: July 18. Oregon
City vs. T. M. C. A.; July 18. Willamette
vs. Chemawa: July 20, Vancouver vs. T.
M. C. A.; July 21, Chemawa va. Oregon
City; July 22. Vancouver vs. Willamette.
An appropriation of about 8260 has
been made by the Chautauqua Associa
tion to compensate the players. The
grand stand that is being erected at the
athletic grounds at the Chautauqua will
be completed in time for the opening
FREE TRIP TO ST. LOUIS.
Save Your Coupons and Ballot for Your
Choice- Conditions of Contest
Would you like to be presented wtth a
ticket to St. Louis and return, together
with 8100 In cash for expenses?
Well, It Is within your reach. There
has been Inaugurated among a number
of the advertisers of the Enterprise a
voting contest. By the terms and condi
tions ot this contest, the merchants who
are in the plan will give each customer
a coupon, good for one vote, for each 25
A ballot box has been placed at the
drug store of Howell At Jones, where all
votes may be deposited. The votes will
be counted every few days, and the exact
status of the contest will be known.
The final count win be made and the
successful candidate determined aa soon
as 60.000 ballots have been cast. Be
sure and see that' your merchant gives
you a coupon with each purchase.
The contest will positively end aa soon
as the 60.000 coupons have been distrib
uted. Get in early and vote 'Tor some
It will be a valuable prize for some
body. Remember, transportation for the round
trip and 3100 In cash for the candidate
receiving the largest number of votes.
There are twelve merchants where cou
pons may be obtained, as follows:
HOWELL A. JONES.
MILES A McGLASHAN.
OREGON CITY ENTERPRISE.
. J. M. PRICE.
X LAMB sV SAWYER.
W. L. BLOCK.
THOMSON'S BARGAIN STORE.
It Will Bs to Your Interest, I
If you contemplate visiting the Bt
Louis Exposition, to secure reliable In
fonnaatlon as to railroad service, the
lowest rates and the best routes. Also
as to local conditions In St. Louis; hotels,
If you will write the undersigned, stat
ing what Information you desire, the
same will be promptly furnished. If we
do not have It on hand, will secure it
for you If possible, and without any ex
pense to you. Address,
B. H. TRUMBULL.
Commercial Agent, 142 Third street.
THE FOURTH AT HOME
DAY PASSED QUIETLY AT OREGON
Msny Celebrations Held Throughout the
County Ususl Number of
It was a "sane" celebration at Oregon
City Monday. That is to say, that in the
absence of a formal celebration, the day
was passed in as rational a manner by
those who remained at home, aa could be
expected, and at the same time have aa
incessant filing of seasonable explosives)
by the younger generation. But the loy
alty of Clackamas county people found
expression at various other points
throughout the county. Celebration
were held at Oswego, Milwaukle. Clarke.
Canby. Wllsonville, Sandy. Maple Lane
and Logan. ,
Probably the largest crowd attended
the exercises at Canby. At Oswego,
Mayor Grant B. Dlmlck delivered the
oration, and there were other exercises,
concluding with a grand ball at night.
All of the farmers of the Clarkea-High-land-Colton
neighborhoods, except those
who were too busy gathering their hay
crop, congregated at Clarkes, where a .
genuine patriotic celebration was held.
Mr. Larklns was chairman of tbe dsy,
and the Declaration of Independence was
read by Mrs. Ada Moehnke. Senator
Browne!!, of this city, delivered the ora
tion. He advocated the need of less poli
tics and more citizenship. The Maccabee
quartette was in attendance and delight
ed the auditors with a number of it
best selections. The exercise were held
in the grove near the Grange halL Dur
ing the afternoon two games of base
ball were played. Highland defeating Lo
gan in a splendid game by the score of
4 to 2. Colton also defeated Shubel, but
the reporter left before the five inning
were completed, so that the score cannot
be given. Dancing at the hall at night
ended a successful celebration.
COUNTY EXHIBITS AT ST. LOUIS
Lane County Is Well Represented. Ore
gon In 1905.
World's Fair Grounds, St Louis, Mo.,
July 8. Several Oregon counties have
sent excellent advertising natter to be
placed on display in the state exhibit at
St. Louis, and the results they will ob
tain will be good. Too much cannot be
said of the Judicious publicity of county
resources, tor it will do more to secure
new people for the state than any other
form of advertisement
Lane county and Eugene in particular
have sent some fine pictures to the Ore
gon building, which will accomplish won
ders for that particular section jf the
state. Baker county has a good pamph
let on distribution, while Yamhill has alaa
sent some excellent reading matter that
will doubtless be the means of increasing
her population materially.
The pictures from Eugene are mounted
on large mats and are hung in conspic
uous places in the state building. They
represent buildings, both business and
residence, factories, farming and fruit
growing scenes and in fact nearly every
line of industry. A visitor can see at a
glance just what he will be located with
should he move to Lane county, much
more than he can find out from reading
How many people will move to Oregon
on account of the state's display here in
St. Louis is of course beyond estimation,
but there will be great numbers. Many
pass through the building every day with
the announcement that they are coming
to Oregon in 1905, and coming to stay.
Tears of suffering relieved ia a night
Itching piles yield at once to the curative
properties of Doan's Ointment Never
fails. At any drug store, 50 cents.
REDUCED EXCURSION RATES.
From S. P. and C. E. Paints to the
Seaside and Mountain Resorts
for the Summer.
On and after June 1, 1S04, the Southern
Pacific, In connection with the Corvalli
& Eastern railroad, will have on sale
round trip tickets from points on their
lines to Newport, Taqulna and Detroit
at very low rates, good for return until
October 10, 1904.
Three-day tickets to Newport and Ta
qulna, good going Saturdays and return
ing Mondays, are also on sale from all
Ea.st Side points. Portland to Eugene In
clusive, Und from all West ide point,
enabling people to visit their families and
spend Sunday at the seaside.
Season tickets from all East Side
points, Portland to Eugene inclusive,
and from all West Side points, are also oa
sale to Detroit at very low rates, with
stop-over privileges at Mill City or any
point eajt, enabling tourists to visit the
Santlam and Breltenbush hot springs in
the Cascade mountains, which can be
reached In one day.
Season tickets will be good for return
from all points until October 10. Three
day tickets will be good going on Satur
days and returning Mondays only. Tick
eta from Portland and vicinity will be
good for return via the East or West
Side at option of passenger. Tickets from
Eugene and vicinity will be good going
via the Lebanon -Springfield branch If
desired. Baggage on Newport tieketa
checked through to Newport; on Taqulna
ticket to Taqulna only.
Southern Pacific train connect with
the C. St E. at Albany and CorvaUla for
Taqulna and Newport Train on the C.
ft E. for Detroit will leave Albany at
7 a. m., enabling tourists to the hot
springs to reach there the same day.
Full information aa to rate, with beau
tifully Illustrated booklet of Taqulna, bay
and vlcKlty, time tables, etc can be
obtained on application to Edwin Stone,
manager CAE. railroad, Albany; W.
E. Coman, G. P. X Southern Paclflo Ce
Portland, or to any 8. P. or C, a afeaW