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OREGON CITY ENTERPRISE, FRIDAY, FKRIUTARY 10, 1900.
POULTRY SHOW HELD
The Clacknmas and Mrlon Conn
ty Poultry and Pet Stock Association
held Its first annum snow at t no)
February 12 and 13, with a very Bat
thfactory reauiu. Ah Canby Is a
town full of life and push. having its
full share of business, a very credit
able show was the result of thelr
firm meeting as the association was
organized Just two weeks previous.
The soil around Canby being par
tlrularlv at, anted to all kinds of fruit
growing, also encourages the raisins
of poultry; and there being a good
many varieties of purebred poultry
and a few breeders working Into the
fancy, this enterprising little town
thought the right time had come for
organizing an association, ana there
by encourage the Improvement of all
poultry and educating the people.
through the association in ail mat
ters nertainlng to poultry.
For instnpfe, we believe in the
score card system of judging, as the
score card calls for standard weight.
sue, shape, etc,, and iu turn thesa
qualities ca'l for proper mating, feed
ing and housing. With these thre
Important erjulrenHtus looked after
a very deo.Jed Improvement in both
poultry and purse will be the result.
Klmer Pion of this city, judged
the poultry and gave good satisfac
tion. H. C. Chellhous. of Portland, at
tended and helped out with many
The awards were made as follows:
Barred Plymouth Rocks-G. W.
Speight, 1st cock: 2nd and 3rd hen;
1st, 2nd and 3rd cockrel; 1st 2nd pul
let; 1st and 2nd cockrel bred hen;
1st, pen. R. S. Co. 2nd cock; 1st
hen; 3rd pullet; 2nd pen.
White Plymouth Rocks Mrs. Ella
Plank, 1st, 2nd and 3rd hen: 1st and
2nd cockrel; 3rd pullet 1 pen.
Buff Plymouth Rocks Mrs. Ella
Plank. 1st, 2nd and 3rd cockrel; 1st
and 2nd hen; 1st pullet; 1st pen.
Buff Orpingtons H. Douglas, 1st
cockrel; 1st aud 2nd pullet: 1st hen;
1st pen. Mrs. J. Caldwell, 2nd cock
rel; 2nd pen. Geo. Raueh, 3rd cock
rel. S. C. Black Mlnorcas G. W. Speight
1st cock, 1st hen: 1st and 2nd pullet;
1st pen. Mrs. Jno. Robins, 1st cock
erel, 2nd and 3rd pen; 3rd pullet, 2nd
Faverolles Mrs Jno. Robins, 1st,
2nd and 3rd pullet; 1st cockerel; 1st
Light Brahmas J. B. Manley, 1st
cock. 1st, 2nd and 3rd hen; 1st pen.
Bantams Jno P. Robins. Jr, 1st
cockerel; 1st and 2nd pullet.
Pekin Ducks-J-Mrs. Jno. Robins, 1st
drake; 1st and 2nd duck.
Toulouse Geese Mrs. Jno. Robias.
1st and 2nd. old geese. H. Kanne, 1st
and 2nd, young geese.
Rabbins Mrs. Ella Plank, 1st, pair
Specials Mrs. Jno. Robins. 1st.
best display In show, 1st, best pair
G. V. Speight, ls and 3rd, best
bird in show; 1st. best display Barred
kock; isi best col.; B. P. Rocks
Mrs. Ella Plank, 2nd best bird In
R. S. Coe. 2nd collection Barred
Kodol for Dyspepsia and indiges
tion does the ordinary work of the
stomacn, ao tnat by taking a little Ko
dol every now and then you cannot
possibly have indigestion or any form
of stomach trouble. Sold by Jones
HUNDREDS HERE WILL
WELCOME THE ADVICE
PUT IT IN SOME SAFE PLACE,
FOR IT MAY COME IN HANDY
Here Is a simple homemade mixture
as given by an eminent authority on
Kidney diseases, who makes the state
ment that will relieve almost any
case of Kidney trouble If taken be
; fore the stage of Brights disease
He states that such symptoms as
lame back, pain in the side, frequent
desire to urinate, especially at night,
painfull and discolored urination, are
readily overcome. Here is the recipe.
Fluid Extract Dandelion, one-half
ounce: Compound Kargon one ounce;
Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla, three
ounces. Take a teaspoonful after
eacl meal and at bedtime.
A well known druggist here in
town is authority that these Ingred
ients are harmless and easily mixed
at home by shaking well la a bottle.
This mixture has a peculiar healing
and soothing effect upon the entire
Kidney and urinal structure, and of
ten overcomes the worn forms of
Rheumatism In Just a little while.
This mixture Is said to remove all
blood disorders and cure the Rheuma
tism by causing the Kidneys to filter
and strain from the blood and system
all uric acid and foul, decomposed
waste matter, which cause theBe af
flictions. Try It If you aren't well.
Save tiie per3crlptlon.
APE PLEASED WITH OUR
LAUNDRY VOFIK BECAUSE
IT IS DONE RI3HT, BECAUSE
WE GET IT OUT THE DAY
WE PROMISE IT AND BE
CAUSE WE GUARANTEE IT.
GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER.
VOU WILL NOT REG.PET IT.
Phone Main A3.
Third and Main Streets.
feircely auy limit to the
DOMible IroDrovemrnt in
but it takes time and money. We have
been Improving flower nml vrirctable
eedf for over fw years. More than 3000
people are working to make Perry's
6ecut uit you. Iluy the bel Ferry1.
For aale everywhere.
FERRY'S 10O9 BCIO ANNUAL
rntc on RtQvcsr.
D. M. FERRY 4V CO, Datrort, Mich.
M There li ll
tcmreelv uv limit to the
AMERICAN BROTHERHOOD 'OF
YEOMEN BANQUET PORTLAND
LODGES AT KNAPPS HALL.
The American Protherhood of Yeo- j
men held a very enjoyable evening at ;
Kirvp s hall on Saturday evening, j
About tio members of the Morning :
Star and Portland l'dges came up on S
a special car. and were given a royal
reception. The meeting was called j
to order by the honorable foreman, ',
J. H. Evans, w ho was recently elect-j
ml to that office. "The Ghost of Ho- j
tel IV Hum" was presented under the
management of Mrs. J. H. Evans, and
many Kv.il hits were given by the
participants. Those taking pan were
Mrs. Kvans, landlady; ghost, Mrs.
Short ledge: maid, .Miss Mary liur-gi-ss;
Sambo, a negro, Melbourne
A banquet was served, and the j
tables were made attractive by the ,
oral decorations, cut glass and silver-;
aro. The hall was beautifully decor-!
ttted In festoons of red and given
crepe paper, Oregon gr;iH' and ferns.
American Mags. In the ceuter of t he
room a canopy was formed of the
red and green crepe paper, entwined
with festoons of ivy.
One of the features of the evening
was the floor work put ou by the
members of the Portland lodges, who
brought with them the robes of red
and black. The floor work of this
order Is very iniprvsslve and the man
ner in which the visiting teams pre
sented it, was highly commended by
all. Mr. Dlmlck. of Portland, was
present, and was captain of the team.
The local lodge is making arrange
ments to give the floor drill in ine
near future, and It will be public. Mr.
Walker was chairman of the enter
Before the departure of the Port
land visitors many musical selections
were given. The lodge has taken a
steady growth since the latter part of
October and at present has about 10
members. The meetings are held ou
the third and fourth Saturday of eaci
month. New robes are to be made
for the members, and the members of
the team who are put on the floor
work are In charge of Mrs. Evans.
The regular annual meetlnz of the
stockholders of the Clear Creek
Creamery Company will, be held on
me inira .Monaay of .March, March
15, 1909 at 10 o'clock A. M t h
Creamery. Stone. Ore. At this meet
ing live directors, a secretary, and
a treasurer will be elected for the en
suing year, and any other business
transacted which may properly come
W. P. KIRCHEXf. President.
A. 0. Hollingsworth, Secretary. ta
"I have sold Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy for the past eight years and
And it to be one of the best selling
medicines on the market. For babies
and young children there Is nothing
better in the way of cough syrups."
says Paul Allen, Plain Dealing, La,
This remedy not only cures the
coughs, colds and croun iw
among young children, but is pleasant
and safe for them to take. For sale
by Huntley Bros. Co.
LARGE CLASS INITIATED
FRATERNAL BROTHERHOOD IN-
ITIATE 250 CANDIDATS AT
One of the largest classes that has
ever been initiated Into any lodge at
one time was Tuesday night at the
Armory, when 258 members were Ini
tiated into the mysteries of the Fra
ternal Brotherhood. Supreme Presi
dent James A. Foshay, of Los Ange
les? Calif., was present for the occa
sion and had charge of the initiation,
giving an excellent address. JudKB
G. B. Dimick spoke on the good of the
order, and his remarks were appreci
ated by the members, and he was fol
lowed with an address by F. E. Tay
lor, stale manager. ,
There were three escort teams
present besides the one from this
xity; two from Portland and one from
St. Johns. About 80 people came
from Portland on three special cars.
After the initiation dancing was en
Joyed to the strains of a four-piece or
chestra. There were about 450 peo
ple present. The hall was elaborately
decorated In blue and orange, the col
ors of the order.
The Fraternal. Brotherhood has
been Invited to Portland on Friday
evening to visit the lodges of that
city, and the drill team In charge of
F. Metzner will put on the floor work.'
The members are to meet at the
Harding drug store at 7 o'clock and
go by special car.
Piles! Piles! Plies!
Williams' Indian Pile Ointment will
cure Blind, Bleeding and Itching Piles.
It absorbs the tumors, allays Itching
at once, acts as a poultice, gives In
stant relief. Williams' Indian Pile
Ointment Is prepared for Plies and.
Itching of the private parts. Sold by
druggists, mail 50c and $1.00, Williams
Mfg. Co., Props., Clavalind, O. For
iale by Jones Drug Co.
Notice of Grange Meeting.
The annual county convention of
the Patrons of Husbandry, for Clack
amas County, will convene in Ore
gon City. Tuesday, March 9. at 1:30
P. M. This meeting is called for the
purpose of electing (5j fiv9 represen
tatives to attend the annual session
of the Oregon State Grange to be
held at McMlnnville, commencing, the
2nd Tuesday In May, 3909.
.MARY S. HOWARD,
Deputy State Master.
Crawford Estate Probated.
G. R. Crawford had been appointed
administrator of the estate of J. E.
Crawford, deceased. The estate con
sists of real property valued at about
$10,000. The heirs are: Mrs. 15. C.
Crawford, wife of deceased, and six
children G. R., F. O., D. P., Lester
and Louvlna, all of Estacada.
DeWitt's Little Early Risers, gentle,
easy, pleasant, little liver pills. Sold
by Jones Drug Co.'
V. L. Carothers left last Thursday
for Baker City.
Mr and Mrs. M. J. Lee and daugh
ter left for Roseburg Tuesday, the
10th and Main
I ' for Men
SPECIAL SALE OF
A Hat wo have hoeu selling at $- -" for $t.5
A Hat wo have boon soiling at $2.00 for ?l .50
A Hut wo have boon soiling at ? 1 . 73 for 9 1 ,3S
A Hat we have Wn selling at $1.50 for ...?1.23
A Hat we have Wn soiling at $1.25 for 75o
Roys' lints nt 75o, (55o and 30e
Rovs' School Suits at s'xvitil jirioos
$1.38. $1.50. $1.75, $2.00, $2.25, to $3.50
These are made in widths that make them look like
' homemade garments. Plain Skirt with tucks and
hemstitching Prices $1.13, 83c and (JOe
Embroidery trimmed Skirts with clusters of tucks aud
dust ruffle $1.25 and $1.00
Skirts trimmed with two rows of lace inserting and lace
clusters of tucks and ruffle.. $1.(53 and $1.25
. h..ainos ami the latter
lornier ou u " "
will visit her sister, Mrs. Del Clark,
and may go to San Francisco &nd
visit the formers sister.
Mr. Snell wag on the(slck list the
latter part of last week.
... ...a u,a trnlhflelgch expect to
start' tor Idaho the latter part of this
week where tneir caiiuie" i
Mrs C Evans hag opened her board
ing house near the City Hotel.
B Davenport, of Oregon City was
up viHitlng his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Davenport. , . ,
Mrs. A. Knight was a Portland vis
itor Monday, Miss Grace Patch fill
ing her position in the post ofllce dur
ing her absence.
Ralph Knight went to Portland
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler, Jan
uary "th, a girl, f
C. Bates made a business trip to
Dick Kclland, of California, Is vis
iting friends and relatives here.
Miss llattle Spulak of Portland Is
home for the present with her mother
and family. '
Waldo Brown ha.i the measles.
Wallace Woodeox is plowing on
Rock Island for the Pulp Mills Co.
Mr. Burgoyne is suffering from a
Elmer Vetelo Is on the shelf on ac
count of a bad case of la grippe.
H. P. Wink was In Oregon City
Saturday with Mr. Burgoyne and Mr.
nooney as witnesses In fixing up his
final pension papers. Mr. Wink has
been in the railway employ 20 years
which entitles him to a pension
Charles and Claud Houghan, of
Canby, were, visiting friends here Sun
day. Ernest Crltcser took in the mas-
Men's White House
Slims in Tat. Leather
$1.30 d ?4.00
Men's White House
Sluies Kid bluchers,
Men's Shoos iu jinn
metal or vioi JjW.OO
Men's Kiw Calf
Min's Satin Calf
Mens' heavy work
shoes at $3.50,
Men's Tan Calf bin
cher oxford $3.50
made in lik-rnl sizes
nnd full lengths. A size
"to fit any lady large or
small. Yokes trimmed
with luce and embroid
ery. Call and s-e goods'.
Prices $1.(13. $1.50,
$1.13, 8o, 75c, 30c
Many different pat
terns of Skirts to
choose from, all
made from good
materials, and per
fectly finished with
deep flounces and
fine clusters of in
sert ings or ' tucks.
qnerade skating at New her g last
Chan. Ilradtl purchased a fine young
horse In Oregon City, Saturday.
With the advent of Spring, people
like birds, become migrating.
Mrs. Nlmic and Mrs. Baker visited
at Mrs. Gage's.
Mrs. Gehhardt spent an evening
with Mrs. Mays.
Three sons of Mr. and Mrs. Gage,
namely, Ardcn, Henry and John, call
ed upon them the past week at dif
ferent times, while fitting from differ
ent places through the valley.
Grain looks splendid, and an occa
sional farmer Is taking time by the
forelock two In particular, one has
Ms binder In the field, while the other
Is a close second, with his In the
yard ready to hitch to. .
The Delkar and Baker woods are
fast becoming a thing of the past,
long tiers of cord wood taking the
place of the trees recently felled.
High winds prevailed Friday even
Iiil'. but no serious damage was done.
The pruning of fruit treeg and
vineyards Is now conducted with regu
larity and In a business-like manner.
Hay, neighbor, our line fences need
bracing up since the wind. We bet
ter get about It before spring work
begins to drive us.
There are not as many sheep as In
years past, but what we have are In
Fred Moser and T. T. Turner were
doing business In Tualatin on Satur
day. John Seedling and the Oldensladts,
are preparing for that record crop of
potatoes the coming season.
Mrs. Charlie-Turner Is very sick.
Sam Moser's little daughter has
been v?ry sltk.
We Shoe the Whole Family
And We Shoe Them Properly
When you can buy the best and know you
will get satisfaction, there is no reason (or buy
ing an unknown or inferior article.
Star-5-Star Shoes are made by the Brown Shoe
Company of St. Louis, U. S. A. These shoes
"have long held the highest place among shoe
critics for their excellent workmanship and wear
ing qualities at a reasonable price
BUSTER DROWN BLUE RIBBON
The most , widely known and most widely worn
Sinn's, for Ibns nnd (lirls in all the world,
They stand the kieks and eulTs that are incident
to youth and health they hold their slt 0 they lit.
Till'. SltOK I0K SCHOOL WEAR.
l!irls Ruster Rrown Slims in Kid a light "r hc:iy
sole sizes 5 to H $1.10
Sizes 8 1-2 M 11 1-2 $1.73
Sizes 12 to 2 $2.00
Rnvs Raster Rrown Shoes
Sizes 8 1-2 to II 1-2 $1 .00
Sizes 12 t 2 $2.23
Sizes 2 1-2 to 5 1-2 $2.10
Children's Box Calf Slims a good i.oi!uille Shoo
nt a low iriio. Sizes 5 to H $1 .25
Sizes 8 1-2 to li 1-2 $!.:
Sizes 12 to 2 $1.00
'Children's Fine kid Shoes. Sizes 3 i. S $1.00
Sizes 8 1-2 to 11 1-2 $1.25
Sizes 12 to 2 $1.50
We also have the largest line of Infant's Shoes ami
Sl,iers that we have ever earned in both tain
and blaek from 25o to $1.00
WEAR When buying Muslin Underwear
it is a relief to know that it has been
made under sanitary conditions.
The kind we sell is made in a little
town in New Hampshire where
are no such things as "sweat-shops."
It is made by skilled labor in a great
big well lighted factory. When
you buy "Peerless" Muslin Under
wear of us you can rest assured that
there are no contagious germs lurk
ing there to endanger your health.
These clean, well made garments at
prices quoted will cause a stir in
our Underwear Department.
School is progressing nicely, ud
preparations being made for an en
tertainment In March.
Kggs, eggs, who says COc a dozen
Frank Wttldlo now drive about bo
hind a fine span. To own good farm
animals la a specialty with him.
Mr. Nimlc I clearing) land, and
talks of putting in more hops.
P. A. Baker, through the aid of his
phonograph, is becoming familiar
with up-to-date music, as well as the
good old songs we used to sing.
Mrs. A. Gosser Is stopping with
Mrs. Powell to assist her until the
baby Is better.
Mrs. J. CJ. Gage received the snd
new of her sister's death. She died
in a hospital at The Dalles on Mon
day, the 8th, and wag brought to
Macltiy for burial. Her parents re
side at Maclay. Sho had tindorgono
three operations for tumor, and seem
ed to rally from the last all right, but
suddenly took a turn for tho worso.
She was a gradunte from Moritiioutn.
and a successful teacher. She leiiveg
a husband and a little son to mourn
her demise, besides her paiHiits and
slslers. She was Mrs. Joari Harvey,
of Mosler, Oregon.
David Horner and I. M. Park, took
a trip to Estacada to get the . hones
for the Dodge Company. J. Howard,
also of Dodge, was an Estacada caller.
Mr. Day, the would-bo robber, got
taken In on short notice. We do not
think he was as crazy as he tries to
make out. Mr. Day had a spite at
Arthur Howard and led Btrunk It
seem. He made Arthur Howard car
ry his pack to the ferry crossing With
his gun pulled on Mr. Howard.
We surely-must have some poor
mall service "In Oregon, as I have Just
OfOW Agents for
'i 't ""'
1ST t ;-w
A larp- uriety to choose from nil nicely made ami
cliiliornlclv trimmed with line lace mid insertion
at priivs tn suit all 73c, (50c, 53e, 30c, -15c, 33i ,
Ladich' Ion); Chemise wilh (hie line yokes made 0 p11"'
cambric muslin nicely tucked and hemstitched
bottom, Full siz.es and prices.... $1.00 nnd 7.'tc
Itniifjlit in ea.se lots (5c, 8c, 13c, 15c and 18c.
received a lettur from Slinpnon. Kan
huh, dated February 9. and one from
Welches, Oregon, dated February 11.
Received them both tho same day at
Dodge, Oregon. Welches is In Clack
amas County, Oregon.
Wo aro having considerable rain
lately, but quite warm,
W. H. Bradley was out on his
ranch one day lat wuek.
Mr. Anchor Is still batching on w.
H. Bradley's ranch In Dodge.
The proper tlmo to start a child In
mimic on the piano Is between the
ages of 7 to 10 years. Then select
a standard action and smooth, even
train. Music today Is one of the
greatest accomplishments, and a child
equipped with a musical education
hits a smooth future before thoin. Ytai
will never have a better opportunity
to purchase the piano than at tho
present tlmo and at a saving of from
$100 to 12fi from the regular retail
price. Ellnrs Piano House, tho larg
est dealers on the Coasl, have decided
to open a permanent branch In Ore
gon City, with E. W. Melllen & Co.,
and have alreatly shipped over 20
Pianos hore, all new, high grade
makes, and In beautiful art casus.
As Is tho custom with this well
known and rellablo firm, they are
giving tin) customer the benefit of
the wholesale price until March 1,
for tho purpose of organizing an ad
vortlslng club for this branch. Prices
are lower than ever have been known
here before and each and every In
strument Is covered by The Idlers
Guarantee, via. If not just as repre
sented In every feature, your money
promptly refunded or a now piano.
If you have an old Instrumvot It
will be taken In exchange for tho
same as cash, and you can arrange
lino Kil with l'nt-
nt !i-s, . .$2.3(
Unties' O fonts
in patent leather--$3.00,
in tan . . . ,$2,73
Unlit'' tan or ox
blood ankle strap pump ..,.$2. (Ml
Unlies' Oxford in nxhlnod $2.75
Untie' "Vii!keay"Juliette ruhlrr
heels, "hub Krc" $1.30.
Iirge size drawer
with nicely tucked
and liomst itched
otlfvs, made of
Price-- 50c, 10c
drawers, full widlh,
Prices 00c, 73.-
Pine lace trimmed drawers with clus
ter of line tucks 73c, 30o, 15c.
""'st ( orsct in the market for
the money naid
75c. OSe atnt $1.25
a fjotxl serviceable Corset in
ImiS or short lengths at. , , . 18c
the balanre to stilt yourself monthly
or quarterly, nnd as low as the regu
lar rental rate. Besides tho gruat re
duction In price, will pay for tho
child's mimical education. Here la
an opportunity that you cannot afford
to let pans. Come In whether you
huve ihn cash or not, and let us ex
plain this proposition more fully. Wo
can surprise you on any make you
might choose. Five of tboo beauti
ful piano have been placed alrendy,
anil stand a living advertisers. Coniri
in and Join the Club now before It Ik
too late. It means money In your
pocket and a piano In your home.
Give your child a chance, you will
never regret It as long as you live.
Each and every lady calling In tho
store will receive a copy of "Tim Uls
ter March," and two-step, by Will II.
Hardy, all tho rage In tho East; alm
ong book for tho children for tho
Hear the Wonderful Player Piano
translate tho Old Masters' pieces.
K. W. MEI.LIEN & CO.,
Across from the Court House.
EIMORS PIANO 1 10 1 19 10,
W. A. Hollenbeck, Uical Manager.
Ely's Cream Balm
U quickly alitorbcd.
Oltei Rilltl It One.
heals and protoots
tha dlafliuii'il tnmn
brnns runulting from
Catarrh and drives
sway a Cold In tho
Head quickly. Ko-llW CCK1CD
storos tha Hmineg of lltt I I L V Lit
j.ui ana biumi. t un six ,o eta. , at Drug,
glata or by mail. In liipiiil form, 70 rnta.
Ely Brothers, 00 Wamm Street, New York-