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OREGON CITY ENTERPRISE, FRIDAY, JULY 8, 1904.
0-4Jn City Boata Oally iahedulei
Mti'iimirp Alton anil I'mnons fiw
Inn mi. I i points. kv I'urlland dallf
!.'X.'.-ll Hi II I it v I Ht i! a. m i l"ve urn-
IL IS A IK A PJ ED
.in . iiv i 15 i tn ; miniiiiv.
. in , li-ata'ui ' city, .M
Orjon City TrampoiUtlon Ce.
COLUMBIA RIVER SCENERY
Portland and The Dalles
AND RADICAL PRICE REDUCTIONS IN MANY LINES
SpeciaJL July Offerings
THESE SPLENDID OFFERINGS WILL BE MADE ONLY DURING THE MONTH OF JULY
Men's balbriggan un
derwear, regular 50c
values, per garment
Our Entire Line of Men's Golf Shirts
$1.00 Valoe, Special at
Mosquito netting sale
price, per yard
Mens' Straw Hats
$1.00 grade reduced to - 70c
75c grade reduced to - 45c
50c grade reduced to - 38c
All boys 25c straw hats at - 15c
Washable Dress Fabrics
at cut prices
All 12 l-2c dimities per yard 9c
36-inch percale reduced to, yard, 9c
Entire line of dress ginghams at
the low price of, yard, - 9c
An Unprecedented Offering in
Woolen Dress Goods
Our complete line of 36-inch all
wool dress goods on sale, yd, 3c
Men's all wool blue cheviot suits
rejpjlar price $9, during sale $7.35
Men s all wool casssimere suits
at special price of - $8.00
Men's all wool pants at the low
price of - - $2.35
at Clearance Prices
90c wrappers reduced to
$1.25 wrappers reduced to
$1.40 wrappers reduced to
at Clearance Prices
Regular 50c waists now
Regular 75c waists now
Regular $1.00 waists now
A GREAT BARGAIN EVENT. ECONOMY PRICES PREVAIL DURING OUR CLEARANCE SALE
SEVENTH AND MAIN STREETS
Suspension Bridge Corner
I . SELLING
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Furnished Every Week by the Clack
amas Abstract Trust Company.
Pokorny & Zenker to Pokorny, Blschl
& Biidolf. nw quarter of w half of ne"
quarter of sec. 4. e half of ne quarter of
Bee. . 6. 2 e. 5iHM.
D. Shuholm to N. Johnson, ae quarter
Of se quarter of sec. 12. J, 2 e, $100.
P. Dementher to E. Fuetzling. 1 7-16
acres In Campbell CI., 1, 1 e. 11400.
M. Kroll to A. Rzlrrinski. nw quarter
of ne quarter, lots 1 and 2, sec. 12, 4,
1 e, (1125.
P. Honsen to Nadir Ld. Co., half of
se quarter of ne quarter, e half of se
quarter, nw quarter of se quarter of sec.
21, 3. 4 e. tl.
H. F. C. M. Cramer to A. P. 8chneider,
lot4, block 23. Itolton. 1150.
K. Gardner to S. E. Smith, 246 acres in
Laswell CI., and lots 5 and 6, section 26,
2, 3 e, tl.
J. L. Vosberg to C. R. VoaberK. se
quarter of nw quarter of sec. 36, 5, 3
L. Gerlinger to P. M. Holt, n half of
ne quarter of sec. 18, 2, 4 e, 3700.
J. M. Lawrence to K. Callff, lot 1.
lock 341, Oregon City. $700.
J. A. Richardson to G. Beetchen. block
79. Minthom, 3575.
Sellwood Ld. & Imp. Co. to C. A.
Preising. tract 15, Oak Grove, 3250.
C. 8. Palmer to J. G. Reeves, 80 acres
In sec. 1, , 1 e, 3450.
O. J. Trullinger to T. L. Trullinger.
55.50 acres in sec. 9, 4, 1 e, 3100.
r. Hurst to Aurora Electric Co., 5.68
acres in sec. 9, 4, 1 e, 3100.
S. L. & I. Co. to M. 1. Rupert, lots 1
to 15. block 74, Oak Grove, 3750.
O. W. P. A. 8. Co. to M. Russ, lots 2
and 3, block 15, Estacada, 3150.
M. X. B. Lawton to M. Hendricks, 3
acres In White CI., 3, 1 e, 3135.
Tilton & Longworth to D. B. Newman,
s half of ae quarter, se quarter of w
quarter, sec. 3, S, 3 e, 3450.
A. E. Tilton to D. B. Newman, s tjalf
of se quarter, se quarter of sw quarter,
sec. 3, 5. 3 e, $(50.
WILL SHOW RESOURCES.
National Grangers Will Be Entertained In
A committe of the Oregon State Grange
has Issued a circular letter to the sub
ordinate granges of. this state, and also
Washington, requesting the gathering of
a complete collection of the resources of
the Northwest, to be exhibited at the
meeting of the National Grange, which
will be convened at Portland In Novem
ber. The letter that has been Issued fol
lows: "The Natonul Grange will meet in Port
land. Oregon. In November, 1904, and It is
desired that we show to our visitors a
complete exhibit of the resources of the
Northwest in the shape of grasses, grains,
fruits, vegetables, minerals, forestry and
"In order to make this matter a suc
cess. It will be necessary for every mem
ber to do his or her utmost.
ocean waterway. He gave the following
account of the efforts and accomplish
mt'tits of the commission:
"Our session In Washington," he said,
"was held for the special purpose of de
vising" means for supplying Panama and
Colon with water, as well as designing
an adequate sewer system for these cities
While sitting we also appointed fnur en
gineers to return to the Isthmus to make
special Investigation along the line of the
canal as a busts for the final plan of the
"The visit of the commission to Pana
ma, fruni which It returned only recently,
was largely in connection with govern
mental matters in the canal tone, of
which we came Into possession last May.
Our visit only extended over a period of
two weeks, so you can s--e that aside
"BAIttV QATZIT' "OALLCS CITV"
"SAOII B "
Hir "llallev c:t..tt" leaves Portland.
7A M Monday. Wedtiewlu) and Fri
day, leave TIm lull- 7 A M. Tua
day. TluiHm.lay and Hiitur.lay
Htr. "Heaulnior" Imive I'cirllund T A.
M Tne'!av Tliuiml.ns and Saturdays:
leave Th Pill- T A M Mondays.
Wedti"'luy uh.I Fridays.
Hleaiiiei l.-uvms I'm Hand muke daily
iniinec tl.in ut l.yle witli '. It. A N. train
for (loliletnl.ile and Kll'klUt Vlly
i". It. & N hiln leaves Uoldndate on
Monday. vdiie.U and Fridays at
i JO A. M . niukltia connection with
steamer ' H.ulutor" for Portland and
C. It A N Ham l-aves Uuldndale on
TulaM. Thuin.liiM and Huturdays at
H 30 A. M, conn", tin at Yyl" with
steamer ' Ha. lie II " for Tim Ille. eon-
nectlnv them with '. It A N trains
I East and Went
Htr. ".Sadie II " Icuv. rucde Ux ka
dally (em ept Huiidiyi at 7 A, M. fur Ths
lMl. an I wtv iolnl. arrives at 11 A.
' M ; .uv The I nillf ! IV M, arrlvue
j Cascade I ji 'k ' I" M
Meal set ve.t on a'l nleami-i
Finn u. ciiuuiol.iiioe for team and
I.itnliiiil at 1'oitl.ind at Al.lcr fltrvet
(ien. OttV.i, Poitialld. IMegoii.
Astoria & Columbia
River Railroad Co.
"As to definite plans for the construe- I t'mt It will take from eight to twenty
tlon of the great asugeway. It will be I y.-ms. according to the elevation at which
upwurd of a year before these can be I fie canal will be cut. Ten years Is a
completed. One of the problems to be I m .d mean to ue as a basis for cslcu
solved befuru any detlnlte arrangements ' l.itlun."
can be agreed upon Is what shall be the1 Mr. (liunsky says that tn all proba
elevation of the canul. Hhull It be sea billty tlie entire- commission will return
level or ahull It be a canal with locks? J to the isthmus In August.
There are ultogether eighty persons, con- j The gentlemen on the commission who!
memm oi engineers unu well Dolors, on mere In -union with Mr. Grunsky In
the Isthniiis now trying to solve the prob- j Washington are Admiral Walker, Pro
lem of elevation. f. r w. II. Hurr and Major B. M.
"The labor question will not come upjllarrod. It Is the Intention of the com
uutll later. It will be a year or two be- n,lf-l..n that the various members will
tore it win be required In large numbers, i take turns In remaining on. the Isthmus i
and then the work will be done largely ; nnd superintending the worH In
under contracts, which will tuke the i-m- there.
ployment of labor out of the hands of the
from arrangements of a governmental i labor I cannot say.
government. Whether It will be done by
natives and Jamaica negroes or Imported
nature, little was done.
"Of course the work on the canul has
be-n In progress for some time under the
French canal company, and there are
"As to when the canal will be com
pleted It is hard to say. It Is estimated
' I owe my whole life to Burdock Blood
IttMrs Scrofulous sores covered inv
body. I seemed beyond cure. H B II I j i
ii. is muue me a perfectly well woman." f W p n
Mis. Chu.les Hiitlon. Ii.-rvllle. Mich.
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7 on l.v Portlai.d Ar II 10 9 40
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II iW;IO Ii. ., Maisiiiand , i M 54 7 W
11 I I 1(1 ill We.ti.ort ' 1 40 7 17
II .V CIIHoii j H 3.1 7 rl
'ill Kl.ll .V) , Kn.,a . Id (I 4J
fill MS, I 1 Hi; H.er.ei, ' rt II? H 1j
I M) '."I II ttdl John liar i 7 M H 2i(
IK) .f 1 1 :m.,r Atoru l,v 7 4' U In
NK IIK ll VltlllM
"We suggest that each subordinate i from six to seven hundred laborers em
grange appoint a committe of three to . ployed In excavating. This work without !
take hold of the work. Exhlblta must any change of labor we have allowed to :
be grouped by counties, and each sample j proceed. lieneral Davis und Colonel'
marked with the name and address of I Hecker. both members of the commission, '
The Clackamas Abstract & Trust
company are owners of the only com
plete abstract plant In Clackamas
county. Prompt and reliable work
on short notice. All work guaranteed.
Abstracts made, money loaned, mort
gages foreclosed, trusts executed.
estates settled, and titles perfected.
J. F. CLARK, Atty.-at-Law,
President and Manager.
Office over Bank of Oregon City.
the producer. Samples of grasses and
grains, when cut. should be tied in small
bunches, and hung with heads down In
the shade, to preserve the color.
"It Is necessary, and we urge that the
committees get to work at once, as sam
ples of grasses and berries are now ready
and must be gathered. It will be neces
sary to put up In Jars all perishable
fruits, such as Bartlett pears, plums,
peaches, cherries and berries.
"In the woman's department, we sug
gest that they confine their exhibit to
work In the culinary line.
"Premiums will be given on all lines
"And now. Patrons: The honor of the
granges In Otygon and Washington is
at stake in this matter, and we urge that
eaeh member gi-t to work and not wait
for committees. Let us make a success
of this exhibition of our resources, and ,
show our visitors from the East Just
what Oregon and Washington can do."
have remained there to supervise this
SCHEDULES OF TIME
-VJL'THER.N pAoij,i,: RAILWAY
NORTH BOUND .
ttiL'l'a. m. (Albany Lora'j
10 p. m.
ft :22 a. hi.
4 :f)l) p. in. (Albany IWai;
9:14 p. in.
DO YOUr Work Wrk Qua ran teed
We do a General Baggage and Tnnnfer BtmineHH.
Safes, Pianos and Furniture Moved
Oflice Opponite Masonic BuiMing
Williams Bros. Transfer Co.
Telephones Oiflce 1121
11 :) a. in
11 K rn .
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.') mi p. in
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A -Tot:! A
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7 fi a. in
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7 Xt p. in
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All trains nuike close connection aat
i Onble with nil Northern I'si-ldo traiua
to or from the Kast or Hound points.
At Portland wUli all trains leaving
At Astoria with I. R. A N. Co.'s boats
and tall line, nnd steamer T. J Potter
I t" d from llaco and North Uracil
I ..Ticket ottVe, 26S Morrison Ht.. and
Union I"pot. j. i;, MAYO.
wen. riutsi-ngiir Agt., Astoria, Oregon.
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b. H. UlOGHIMll,!
SOME SCHOOL NOTES.
What Clackamas County School Are Do
Ing Along Different Line.
Prof. L. A. Read, who was last year
In charge of the Milwaukle schools, has
been elected to the prlnclpalshlp of the
Park Place school.
On June 24 Miss Nellie Armstrong, of
Rediand, gave an entertainment, clear
ing I2S, with which map are to be pur
chased for the school.
Additional eighth grade diploma bav
been Issued by Superintendent ZInser a
follow: Ray Bariudale, Ottllle Bchlndler
and I.llllsn Bars.
H. 8. BrlmhaJI, who last year bad
charge of ths Highland school, will this
year teach at Hillsdale, Multnomah coun
ty, having recently been elected to the
principalahlp of that school.
At an entertainment given at the
Meadow brook school on the evening of
June 11, 2I was raised for a new betL
Fifty-one volume were recently added
to the Clackamas publlo school library
and the enterprising eupfla of this school
recently purchased book ease, which
ha been Installed. i
MAY FINISH IT IN TEN YEARS.
Probable Time Required ta Construct the
Big Isthmian Ditch.
Mr. Grunsky returned to San Fran
cisco a few days ago direct from Wash
ington, where he had been In session with
his co-members of the Isthmian Canal
Commission perfecting organization for
the design and construction of the inter-
Freight and parcels delivered
to all parta of the city.
RATES - REASONABLE
2,000 milea of long dis
tance telephone wire in
Oregon, Washington, Cali
fornia and Idaho now in
operation by the Pacific
Station Telephone Com
pany, covering 2,250
Quick, accurate, cheap
All the satisfaction of a
Distance no' effect to a
clear understanding. Spo
kane and San Francisco
aa easily heard as Portland.
Oregon City office at
Harding's Drmr Store
When You Come Right Down
to Positive Facts
.J1!? up.'t-dat1?1 and'nuricessful farmer requires modern and Improved
nitchell Lewis & Staver Company's Goods.
Pure and Mellow
Rich and Delicate
FOR SALE BY
E. MATTHIAS -Sole
Agency for Oregon City.
See Harder Whiskey Exhibit In
Agricultural BuDdlnc. Worlds
Pair. 8t. Louis.
Buy a New Buggy.
And when you make a purchase,
get the best
The Bee Line Buggies.
In these days of elm, poplar and
maple spokes. It's something to know
that a vehicle has Guaranteed Hick
ory Wheels, as our Bee Line has.
You can't see under the paint. Bet
ter trust to a good, reliable, one
Mitchell. Lewis & Stiver Co.
Monarch of the Road.
The best possible wagon that can
be built Is the
The materials are well seasoned,
having been bought Ave yeara ahead
of requirements. This alone means
Investment of a fortune In wagon
Expert labor used In the construc
tion. Their SDlendld mnutatinn n
the country the Northwest In par
ticular demonstrates that
Mitchell Wagons Are All Right
and union Pacific
THREE TRAIN, TO THE EAST
ThrmiKh Pullniin standird and Tour
1st l....,m. rars dully t Oinnha." hlra!
Bpokune; tourist sh-plna nuV dally
K.1HH.IS Oily; tliroum'i Pullman tmrlst
Hl.-.-p n enrs (BHrhonallv r,?n. "?J
k' I r.i...
Portland to Chicago -7f
No Cluing of Cars. U
t.lt a. m
m t7j .aI? "I1? m "a,?f culUvators, Case plows, Hoosler drills
In fact a complete line of agricultural machinery of all kinds. Wealw
have complete stock of machine oils.
How About That Cream Separator?
Make dairying easy and profitable) by investing In one. We handle the
Iowa and the American. See them before you buy. CatatonS
Tenth and Main Sts. Oregon City, Oregon
8:18 p. m.
Ft Wurth, Omaha,
Kansas City, H?
Louis, Chlcao and
V- Worth, Omaha;
Kansas City, Ht
6:25 p m.
8:00 a rn.
St. Paul Walla W.n. r
vlaflpo- "". Mllwauk"1:
kana. Lhicago Md kmC
Ocean and River Schedula
. For Ban Fnwclseo nw. 7UU 8
P. tn. For . 771 17 flv days at
North Bearh-Dal!?. XX P.-
P- m.; Saturday atin ounaV at
rvlce (atr w'.i P- Kalljr,
n rivers. ' ""-
. for detailed . .
berth reservation, """?,"
ette and Yamhll
your narBat ticket U
A. L. CRAIO,
The Orerm ruilriad P"Tnr'- Aot.