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Oregon City Enterprise.
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, ISM.
Clackamas Co. Directory.
Clerk t Court,
J. V Mel.lrum
It. H. John nun
W. W. It Snmn.ni
W. T. whttloek
S. B. Cli(T
Johu Vt , .Vtl
Pr. C. P. SuUlvn
If you want tli best graham flour
made ask for Hurst's Improve) Medium
or Ooarse Gtham tlonr maufactured at
Aurora, Oregon. Tit Coarse 1 splendid
for mush mill the Medium is just the
thing for bread, item, cake etc. For
sale bv K. E, Williams, the grocer, 4
I Chitrle Moehnke
kWIlp eloe fomt North. K A. M . J P. M.
Mtleloe tolns South. ;. A. M.. T.AI P. M.
OrefonClty to Klv.Molftll. Nnlln,('rut and
Wllholt. Uve ki o t m Monday. Wed
eorlxvi mid Krt.tny and returns at Iw 00 . m.
oa fallowing diiya
Oregon City to Ely Mink. Clark. Vulln.rnton
Mlllmtnd Meadow Hrook: leve at inmia. m.
Tueedny, Thursday and Saturday, and returns
M hillowtli dava at '2 AX
SPRAY OF THE FALLS.
Epicure Flour is the best. Try it. tf
Fresh Cranberries for sale at V.
Knives of All descriptions at all prices
at Cliartnan A Co'. City Drug Store.
We promise, tlie best quality, the most
quantity and tlie lowest price to all,
without distinction of age or class and
bark of our promise stands onr splendid
stock of Diamonds, Watches, Clocks,
Jewelry, Silverware, etc,
MhS.C, H. L. Bt'KMKISTKR.
The board of trade will bold its regu
lar monthly meeting next Monday night
at which the county road matter will
be decussed. This is a subject of im
portance to the business interests of the
city and there should be, a full attend
ance to consider it.
local I'ersomtl Notes.
Mrs. K. 8, Wttterotia of Salem wa
visitinii Mrs. E. D Kelly last week.
Mr, Andrew Simpson, of Iewlville,
Polk county, an old time friend of Hon.
B. F, Burcli, was in the city last Friday.
The Misses Neliie and Howls Lambert
of Portland have been visiting Miss Ma
mie ChariNan, They returned home
R. Froytag will leave about the til
teenth of December for Austin, Texas,
when his parents reside, lie will
make his home there.
Mr. and Mrs, Ragland and Miss Mahle
Kagland will leave in a day or two for
Pueblo, Colorado, where they will make
their home If the climate shall agree
with Mrs. Ksgland.
T. M. Long of Canemali ia seriously
sick with pneumonia. Mr. Shatter of
this city is down with malarial fes'er and
County Assessor Noble has barely re
covered from an attack.
Achilles hxlge, Knights of Pythias,
gave another of its enjoyable socials to
its members and their friends last Tues-
.Idt nl.tlit at lla Kail TltMM wa a tdttuo.
. , , . . Springer, New Mexico, announces in its
ant company present. Cards and other ! ' " . ' , , .
gsmea and dancing furnished amuse-
The Colfa Stockman published at
ment. Supper was served in the hall.
Go to W.
W. Wade 'a for our family
Call and tee the finest line of dried
fruits ever brought to the city.
E. E. Williams the grocer.
A petition for the establishment ol a
mail route between Oregon Citv and Os
wego is being numerously signed at the
postotliee this week. The route would
be a great convenience to the people at
both ends and along tlie route. It
should have been established long ago.
We cordially invite you to call and in
spect our new line of Holiday Attractions.
MhS. C. H. L. Bl'KMKISTKH.
Autograph and scrap books at Char
mai Co's. City Drug Store, from 5 cents
An endless variety of X-mas cards at
Chaiman Jt Cu's. City Drug Store, the
leaders of holiday goods.
The Baptist trospel car, ' Evangel,"
was on the sidetrack here Thursday.
At 4 p. m. a boys' and girls' meeting
was held in it and in the evening a
general meeting was held there. The
car is 60x10 feet, supplied with an organ
and will seat 100 people. It is in charge
of Rev. E. G. Wheeler.
You can get some good bargains in
Lamps at Rich's New Croi-kery Store
opposite the Postotfice.
Call and see our fresh candies. Choc
olate creams of twenty different flavors.
E. E. Williams the grocer. It
Call on T. W. Fonts opposite the Rail
road Depot for your Christmas goods, as
he has the most complete line of such
goods to be found in this city, consisting
of Toys of all kinds, Albums, Manicure
Sets, Checker bnards.Games of all kinds
Children's Books, Magic Lanterns,
Wagons etc. Ha also keeps a fine
assortment of Dolls. 4t
Dr L. White has pleasing dent
rooms over Caufield A Huntley's drug
tore and is doing a good busines.
Perfumes of ail kinds See our dis
play of 25 cent bottles this week. Char
man & Co's. City Drug Store. -
Marriage licenses have been issued
to the following during the past two
' weeks: Sophyra L. Eakin and Charles
I I TTwn T.iicv Smith and Hrtnrw T.avU
Jane Howell and T. C. Irwin, Mary
Johnson and Levi Erb, N. B. Tracy and
U.K. Stockton, 'Una Kautfmar and
John S. Kramer, Annette D. Xye and C.
issue of November 28, the arrival there
of Mr. and Mrs. l.oren Andrews who
'.eft this city the week before.
Rev W. 11. Wade, of Woodstock,
Ontario, arrived here last Monday to
look after the disposition of the estate
of the late William Coad, In the interest
of the mother ol the deceased.
G. II. Dunn recently closed a four
months term of school in Latourelle
where the people are well satisfied with
his work. Ho bus been awarded a state
diploma and has commenced his second
term of school at Clarks.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Saunders of Molal'a
returned Thursday from a month's visit
with their daughter at Fossil in eastern
Oregon. Mr. Saunders is well pleased
with Wehfoot land after a season east of
the mountains. He has lived thirtv-four
years in Clackamas county and the dry
and timberless area lieyond the moun
tains holds no attractions for him.
In antloipntum of n livvl.v Holiday Trail1,
wo liavo apuivil no t'Xrlitu 10 mU'hallig
h i 4 ..f VhUV
110 liaiNisiiiiit'si (numiiciu in iin..
t00lS ovor tliHplayt'tl m Oregon
Civ, Wi'uro now KiiinviUL; nlim
ofWro ami liotuttiful ArticU'H,
8Uiihlo for Cliristiiwn gift,
in ttnlloHH variety. J'-x-
quisio Novoltk'H that
will Vloaao the
Diamonds and Silverware.
JVIps. C. H- - Burmcistep,
Main Street, Oregon City.
If you suffer pricking pains on moving
the eyes, or cannot liear bright light
and rind yur sight weak and failing,
you should promptly use Dr Mclean's
Strengthening Eye Salve. "! cent a
R. C B. SMITH.
Graduate si th Kltetrle M.-.tli'l foil
Phllailelphia. and regularly lictud
Slat. Medical Board ol ICxauilu.ra.
Kajle Creek, 0reoa.
w FISH MARKET,
Toilet sets, manicure sets and shaving
sets inst the thing for Christina
presents at Charmansi Co's Drug Store.
Preparations are in progress for a
Christmas tree at the Congregational
church under the auspices of the Sun
C. Sohroeder, and
Fannie Ward and
The best line of cigars at Chsrma'n A
jCo. "Genuine Estrella" only 10c at
unarman A t o. citv uruic store.
We are head quarters
candies, fruits and nuts.
given to church entertainments.
Williams the grocer.
In the Jansmd district on the Sandy
Miss flattie Sweet closed a very success-
i fnl term of school last Friday. Though
jhe weather was wet the event was
- ! properly celebrated. The members of
for Christmas ' the school board and Superintendent
Special prices Thomson were present. A bountiful
There was a plea-ant social party at
the home of N. B. Bruce last Monday
night at which music, cards and refresh
ments were the features of.divertisment.
D. J Slover is out again this week af
ter having been confined to the house
ix weeks with hemorrhages of the lungs
and stomach, troubles resulting from his
The propeJty of the late William
Coad will be sold at public auction by.the
administrator of the estate, C. A. Holm-
strom, on December 23. The place is
about two miles northeast of the citv.
Our home made mince meat is a
great success. Good goods always get
there. We recommend it to the best
trade. E. E. Williams, the grocer.
The Ladies' Aid society of the Baptist
church gave a supper in the lecture
room of the church on Thursday even
ing of last week which was a complete
James Hodges, the wide awake Canby
merchant, has an announcement in the
advertising columns of the EnTEHPKise
that it will pay the people of that vicin
ity to consider.
dinner was served, speeches were made
an.l songs sung and all the time a Aug
waved from the staff on the school
A colored man by the name of Jordan
was arrested by Deputy United States
Miller Wednesday night and taken to
Portland. The charge against him was
selling liquor to Indians. He is also
charged with fishing between Saturday
and Monday, contrary to law. About
a year ago this man escaped from the
custody of the officer while being taken
to Portland, hy jumping from the
steamer and swimming ashore.
Messrs Middangh, Ffaffand Goodman,
the proprietors of the Original New
Orleans Uncle Tom's Cabin Company,
promise to refund the ijioney to anyone,
(on presentation of coupon at the boz
ollice after the Bhow) if they don't give
the grandest presentation of the drama
ever witnessed in this city, also if the
specialties, and the selections and de
scriptive overtures by their superb
orchestra are not alone worth the price
If vou feel' "out of sorts" cross and
peevish take Dr. McLean's Sarsapa
rilla; cheerfultiesi will return and life
will acquire new test.
Nut Poor to in. Armory.
Ill M I'll III: V, lrMMlrlor.
Lounues. mattresses, etc., can be
bought cheaper at Holnian's than any
place in the city, because they are maiiu-
Ftill Stock of All Kinds of Fresh
ami Saltwater Fish. Poul
try niul (initio.
HlghrKt (aso Price Paid for Poultry.
Corner of Front and Morrison,
IS STILL ON EARTH.
For general repairing he Btniuls
or first-cliisH, rc-
Bargains in Ladies' and Children's
cloaks at the Park Place Store. These
cloaks are selling very rapidly as they
are marked so low that they are within
the reach of all. Come and see these
goods before the best are sold. A cut of
one half below the regular price.
Try hint I
factored in his shop, anil be gives his without a
customers lie com mission others must linl,t(, ) hi
WAR IS DECLARED !
Great Slaughter in Prices at James
Hodges' Store for Cash.
I will si ll nt n Sweeping Heiluctioii from former prices :
Ki ixmmls Dry (Iranulatoil SHigar tU
20 " Extra C " 1.00
100 " Dry (Jraimlattul " 5.G5
100 " Extra C " 4.05
Coal Oil, jht (Jallon 20
And everything else down at hed-rock prices.
This favorite yeast can now be had of
E. E. Williams the grocer. tf
A Holstein-Frelslan bull, a year old.
Apply to J. S. Risley & Sons, Kisley's
Landing, opposite Oswego, Or. 2-Klt
Horse for Sale.
S. S. Jennings has got his new grocery
on Seventh street the corner of Jack
son in running order and is doing a good
business. David May has charge of the
A cow belonging to Mr. Nuttall was
thrown from the track and killed by the
overland express going South Sunday
morning, a short distance south of the
station in Canemah.
This is Year Chance.
All parties indebted to us are requested
to call and settle up at once and save
Tuos Charman a Son.
For Sale A mare, 8 vears old, color
bay, weight about ten hundred. Per
fectly gentle anil a fine driving animal.
For tertnB, address Gko. Waunkr, Ore
Fresh Oysters todav. ,
Fresh Oysters tomorrow.
Fresh Oysters next wei-k.
Fresh Oysters all the time.
E. E. Williams.
J. BITTSEH, Propr.
The Oldest Mrt Ina. Ilolel la
Ore Ron ijr.
Clean rooms with comfortable bods.
Tables supplied with the best the mar
JAMES HODGES, Canby, Oregon.
NEW STORE ! NEW GOODS !
W. V. JICSSIK, Unrlow, Or.,
Has oHned tho hent stin k of goods ever brought to Chickaniau County,
outdido of Oregon City. Ixsik at tho followiug and nee if
there is anything yu are in need of.
r. A. HARDING.
OOMPETENT PHARMACISTS empuoyeo
Having sold out my business to
Joseph and Henry Jones I would com
mend them to all parties wishing any
thing in their line; also all parties in
debted to me are requested to settle
immediately. K. Finley.
Just opened a case of beautiful plush
goods including albums, dressing cases
and novelties of the season for the Holi
day trade at the Park Place Cash Store.
Come and see our show windows.
This season we surpass all previous
efforts and present for selection the
most complete and desirable lot ef
Diamonds, Watches, Clocks, Jewelry,
Silverware, etc., ever offered the people
of this vicinity.
Mas. C. II. L. Bubmeistbb.
Notice is hereby given that ordinance
No. 43 relative to horses, cows and other
animals running at large with a bell on,
and ordinance No. 72 relative to animals
running at large in the streets, alleys,
parks and public places during the night
time, will be strictly enforced from and
after Dec. 1st, 1891 .
J. 8. PCBBOM,
Chief of Police.
A grand turkev shooting with turkeys
enough for all will he held at (iladKtone
on Thursday, December 24. No better
opportunity will be offered to get a
turkey for Christmas. A fine beef will
also be one of the prizes to he shot fot.
tf ' T. M. Ckohs.
' Flie Perromerles and Toilet Articles.
Alio a full mock of
FllSTTS- OILS. ETC.
Strayed or Stolen.
From my place one mile south of New
Era stayed or stolen on Thursday, Nov.
19th, one sorrel mare, five years old,
branded M with oiihrter circle over it.
A liberal reward will he given for inform
ation leading to her recovery.
Disappeared on June lfith, 1891. from
my enclosure, one light red Bteer, with
some white in face, upper and nnder bit
in left ear, no mark in right ear, four
years old last spring, in good order.
Anyone finding the same and putting
him up and letting me know, will be
well rewarded. Address,
2t Henry M Jackson, Oregon City.
I have now in my hands funds appli
cable to the payment of all warrants en
dorsed prior to Feb. 5, 1890.
Interest will cease from date of this
notice. 8. II. Cai.ikk,
Treasurer of Clackamas County,
Dated Oregon City, Dec. 4 1891.
Livery, Feed and SiileStahlo
LOCATED BETWEEN THE BRIDGE AND
Double, and Single Rigs, and ead
dle'horseH always on hand at the
lowest prices. A corrall connected
with the barn for loose otock.
Information regarding any kind of
stock promptly attended to by person or
Horses Bought and Sold.
The Best Place in the City
A Wise Man's Advice.
Wisdom cries aloud and says,
long, oh ye sons of toil, will ye neglect to
visit the heconu-hanu and notion store
where you can get more good for a dol
lar than anywhere else in town?" Pins,
2 papers, 5c. ; needles. 2 papers, fie. j
spoons, per set, 5c. ; 10 quart dish pane,,
20. Opposite postoflice.
Next Door to llvermore'l Hotel.
ICE COLD SODA WATER AND FRESH FRUIT
THE FINEST CANDIEM.
Dry Coods-l''l,1,,ri"''ltf' 'n addition
to regular stock, a fine line of Indies'
Dress Goods, of the latest styles, host
ipialitv, at reasonable prices.
Furnishing CoodS-B""' fr gen
tlemen and ladies.
Millinery CoOdS-Lalest styles ill
Huts and Bonnets, Itibbons, Trim
Hats and Caps-tt""!1'"'" ""f't-
ment in latest stylus for men and
Boots and Shoes Hnrgains in
this line. Kvery sice and style de
manded by the trade.
ClOthirtK All wool, pricei and iiali
ties to suit. For men and boyi.
CrOCOrles AH Iresh and first clasa
in quality. Full stock of canned and
Hardware-Caienter' and Woods
men's tools, lliiilders'l and Hhclf
Hardware. Nails, Holts and every
thing wanted In this line. All the
leading brands in Cutlery.
Tinware, Olusswaru and Crockery,
Clocks, Patent Medicines, School
ami Account Hooks, Notions, To
bacco and Cigars, and a full line of
f Tho above is but a mere outlino of what I carry in stock. Big
sales and small profits is my rulo. I am after your trade and will offer
such inducements as will get it.
GOODS C1IKAP AT
sjr CASH KACKET STOKE, eb
The best place to buy Goods the cheapest,
Bear in mind I pay tho highest market price for PRODUCE in
exchange for GOODS.
CLOSING SALE OF SUMMER COODS.
All Summer Goods Sold at Cost for CASH, as I havo to make room
for my immense Fall and Winter Stock.