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Oregon City Enterprise.
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u( iiiitnl irrution of Ariion. One
day laat January lie u givon HU0 by
lilt wife to pay note. 11a rorUd to
luir that Ilia note had hn paid but
sftnrward lit tried to nt'itotiat. It. , Than
lie colluded aeversl hundred dollar of
till wife' rent., sold hit drug "tore in
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ClIKlNTUM F.NMKAVOK AKNI'KKAar,
Tlia Younn People'! Society of Christian
Endeavor of the Contfit-ijitlioniU church
coletirntoj the eleventh amilverrmry of
the orgnuiiatlon of thu aoelely Tuesday
eveniiiK, Fidirimry 2. An appropriate
and enUirtulniiiK prniirKin waa rundertd.
C. II. Dye made the oHnini renmrka
and wan followed by Kev. A. U. Hnydur
with prayer, A atdnction waa read by
W. Mooro, hUtiirical aketch of the
ocii'ty waa given byllr. J)yo and briol
nidrvnei were made by J. V. Carrioo
and 11. E. Cruee, followed by another
readliiK by Mihs (lortrude Humph
rey. V. II, Jucka, of tlio I'ortlnndi
YoiuiH Men's Chrial Ian Aaaociation, gnve
an tntvreiiliriic aildrvtw and asaixted
materially in carryliig out the prourmn.
The choir rondored aoma RHiciul muaic
mt Mia A. E. Ponaldaon aang a solo.
The entertainment waa arranged by the
lookout committee and it waa a very
Pcm-iVa Party Convkntion. V, 11.
Oulvunl, J. V. llendrix and Nathan
Pierce, members of the national centra)
'coinniitt-e of the KKilo'a party for the
state of Oregon have inmied a call for a
Rtnte convention to beheld lit Oregon
City, Wednesday, March 16, 1HH2. The
call ifl worded aa follows; "For the pur
poao of adopting ft Klatu platform and
tranauciing auch other biHineaa aa the
duty wo owe the pooplo of thia "Into may
demand. The hnaia for representation
ia aa follows: Eneh counly central or
ganization by ita working comniittoo,
each precinct club by one regularly
elected delegate, each central lnhor or
ganization by a committee of three, and
each labor organization not alliliated by
a central body, duly signed by the prin
cipal olllcor and recording secretary of
the body sending its delegation will be
required In all cases before seats will be
BtisiNKss Removal. O'Connell &
Glass, the clothiers, will move into the
new store in the Commercial bank
block at the corner ot Fifth and Main
streets so as to open there February 21),
a date that doesn't come very frequently.
The store is now being prepared for the
Btock and it will allord the firm much
bettor facilities than it has heretofore
enjoyed. The location is a good one,
the store Is modern and the stock timt
will bo oiened will be froBh and large.
An announcement of removal sale is
made in this week's papor.
Tub Whist Club. The whist cluo
met at the residence of Captain Shaw
Thursday evening of last week and en
joyed a few hours of social intercourse.
There were twolve couples present, Mr.
and Mrs, E. E. Charman, Mr. and Mrs.
T. L. Charman, Mr. and Mrs. G. A.
Harding, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Millor,
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Pilsbury, Miss May
Kelly and Mr. II. L. Kelly.
Finn CoMt'ANiKa Ruction, Cataract
hone company held It annual election
last Tuesday night when the following
were chiiaiin i W. II. Howell, president;
Herbert Ueatow, secretary! William An
derson, treasurer; i W. O'Connell,
loreuiaii ; William Wil liam, first assist
ant; John IhiU'ee. second assistant; and
W, W. Marts, T. F. Itynn and U. W.
Kelly, representative in tint city board
of fire delegates, The reiorla of ollicors
were received showing the company to
lis in a Honrlshlng condition, A com
mittee waa appointed to confer with the
other tire fouipiiulea to get them to de
cline to elect a chief engineer so that
olllcial might be chosen by the city coun
cil and held responsible to the council
(or the performance of his duly. Wed
nesday night the Fountain hose com puny
elected II, 8. Klrulght, president; t'haa.
Unbelts, aecrelary; Mike Flanagan,
treasurer; Mike (juiun, foreman; (ieurgc
Sweden, first asa'stalit and JuHper Hlover,
second assistant. The hook and ladder
company fleeted J. E. Hhuadea, preal
dent; W, IS. Wlggina, secretary ; J. J.
Cook, treasurpr and Fred Nulzer, fore
man. Neither of the latter companies
took kindly to the proposition to have
the city council choose a chief engineer
and they nominated John Trembuth
chief and August Almaa for assistant.
WiLLAturra liivica roa January.
The Willamette river was it I In highest
stage during the month of January on
the Mh and Itth when It wa 20.2 feet
alsjve cero below the fall according to
W, K, l'ratt'i record at the warehouse
naar the big flouring mills. On the Ztlth
and 27th the water waa at ita lowest
tage for the month, being (I feet above
xcro. In January 1SD1 the highest water
was (he 5th whun it was 7.4 and the low
est on the 1st when It measured l.Duhine
vro. The water ia at a gnl navigable
stage and the boats are all busy. There
alt three boats now making regular
trip up the river, the Ellwood owned
by Eldridge A Abcrncthy, of Fairvlew,
the !! by the Oregon Pacilic and
the Modoc by the Union Pacilic. They
are carrying heavy load all the time.
Tiii Hock Fkia While tho workmen
were engaged in removing tho threaten
ing pieces of rock on the edge of the
cliff opposite the (Southern Pacitlo depot
last Thursday afternoon one huge rock
weighing nevernl ton became dislodged
and (ell to the bottom carrying with it a
section of the Hixth street step, break
ing a railroad rail twice and coming to
rest in the middle ol the main track.
The ildetrack was used by trains so that
no delay to travel occurred through the
waywardness of the big rock, which waa
blasted in plweaand removed during the
afternoon. Thia portion of the cliuT waa
released by the lilting of several loose
fragments resting upon it. It Is found
that a considerable portion of that bold
point will have to be removed in order
to get rid of all the loose and threatening
East Lynns The emotional drama
"East Lynno" was presented to a full
house at Shlvely's theater Thursday
evening of last week. John Jack and
Annie Firmlu were efficiently supported
by the Falls City dramatic club. The
chief feature of tho play was tho emo
tional acting of Annie Firmin. Two
unfortunate circumstances marred the
occasion considerably. The manage
ment was at the last moment disap
pointed by the music that had boon en
gaged, and through a mistukt in getting
the wrong plan to Bull from in the box
office the seats were Inextricably mixed.
Mr. Jack from the stage attribute;! this
error to Mr. Hose but it proved to bo his
Pobtokkicr Imcrovkmiints. Postmas
ter Rands is re-arranging the interior of
the postollico so as to give better accom
modations and make it more convenient
(or tho work inside. The money order
lepartment will be shifted from the
south to the north side and its present
location w ill be given to HO new call
boxes, which will make a total of ti-10
boxes in the office. These boxes will be
served by a wicket whore the present
money order wicket is.. The wicket in
thu front angle will be closed entirely.
The outside finishing will harmonize
with the new lock boxes recently put in.
The whole will bo a decided improve
ment on tho present arrangement.
Tun Nkw Rkckivkr. As noted In
hist week's Entkhphisk the nomination
of Hon. Peter Paquot to be receiver of
public moneys in the Oregon City land
office, vice lion. B. F. Durch whose
term expired, was sent to the senate on
February 4. Last Monday Mr. Paquot
recoived a dispatch from Senator Polph
notifying him that his appointment bad
been continued by tho senate. So as
soon as tho necessary bonds can be ex
ecuted and approved by suitable red
tape processes Mr. Paquot will take
charge of the office. It will require a
month or more to elTcct this so the
transfer may not take place till about
the first of April.
Rici'unucAN Meeting. The commit
tee appointed at the meeting two weeks
ago to organize a republican club have
drafted a constitution and called a meet
ing for permanent organization to be
held at Pope's hall next Monday night,
February 15. This will be an important
meeting and representative republicans
An tverrwhen cnimldared the most effect
ive remedy lor eoatlveneu. Indigestion, and
irk -headache. Being augar -coated and
purely vegetable, ttiejr are without equal aa
a family medicine. Fur all derauKements ol
the digestive and eicrettiry organs, no other
pills are to universally approved.
" For a long time my wife was a sufferer
from dysentery, the brst physicians In this
section being unable to allord her any re
lief. At length we concluded to try Ayer's
fills, and after taking Uiree boxes she waa
cured." J. B. Smith, Illue Kldge Springs, Va.
"During the put Tears I have used
Ayer's Fills In my family for all derange
ment of the stomach, liver, and bowels, and
also for colds. They have never failed to
benefit." Prof. Cliatinry Herdsman, A. M.,
business College, Woodslde, Newark, N. J.
"Ayer's Pills are the best I have ever used
fur headaches, and they art like a charm In
relieving any disagreeable sensation In the
stomach after eatlug." Mrs. M. J. Ferguson,
" I am never without a box of Ayer's Pills
In the house." Mrs. Edwin Bartow, ta
Bristol st, Buffalo, N. Y.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
Dr. JL C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mast.
Sold sjr all Druggists and Dealors In Medicine.
No second Chance.
lOftM huh hii mkt ttit moil of lit flnrti
'hTmd and kept Ferry'i Seed Buinl
the lrgt to tilt world Aicnt lens.
Ferry's Seed Annual for z8ga
tel.! the whole Seed itory Sent free for th
wlunjj. Pon t low becdi Ull you get u.
wD. M.FERRY ft CO-.EreMflichy
House, Sign and Ornamental painting.
Uood work guaranteed.
SHOP ON FIFTH, NEAR tl. II. T. & L. STABLES
HENRY KOHLER, Prop.
Barlow, - Oregon.
LEADING HOTEL OF THE PLACE.
Tables supplied with the best the market
affords. Meals 25 cents.
The Leading Photographer of
CORNER FIRST and TAYLOR STREETS
HEAR YE !
GMT AND ORIGINAL COST SALE
Take time by the forelock and purchane NOW.
I You will NEVER get such a chance again
Mack's $3.00 Shoes selling now at $2.35
; " ,4.00 " " 3.10
THESE PRICES ARE OUT OF SICHT.
REMEMBER, NEXT WEEK IS THE LAST.
Ami also renu'inber The lcar little wife at home, John,
With ever so much to do,
Ia badly in need of some shoes, John;
And probably bo are you.
Yours to serve, E. J. McKITTRICK,
Proprietor Oregon City Shoe House.
Mrtl loor to Hank, Oregoa Ur, Oregon.
Appetite an J sleep may be improved,
every part of tbe system strengthened
and the animal spirits regain their
buoyancy by the use of r. J. H.
McLean's Strengthening Cordial and
JOHN A. BECK,
Corner of Front and Morrison,
18 STILL ON EARTH.
For general repairing he stands
without a peer. For first-class, re
liable goods his store is second to
none. Trv him I
2,000 STITCHHS PHR mifiUTB.
The Rotary Shuttle Does It.
STANDARD SEWING MACHINE,
WOMAN'S BEST FRIEND.
Fattest Running, Lightest Running, and Easi
est Kept lu Repair of any Machine
made. Terms Easy.
Ji LAMPHBIR, Agent.
With Thayer A Alden, Oregon City.
Livery, Sale and Feed Stable.
Horses fed and cared for by the day or
month at reasonable rates.
Oregon City Express No I.
Lifilit freiplit and parcels delivered to all
parts of the city.
Leave orders with F. T. Barlow.
ker county, Ore- rp n
gon, near what U r A
become identified withtheresourceaand D(A
development ot thai country, i mm umu j w
is no other tnan Mr. jonu owtn, uut w m
wealthiest and moat Influential cittxens in the
county, in R recent icuer ne say ;
suffering from pains in my back and general kid
ney complaint for some time, and had used many
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remeaieswunuui uy -
i i l l A kanAma an ar that T Will
pains m ray ui; -
prevented from attending to my work and could
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not move aoout wmiuut w
. i f tum BMitidrfiil rarea mt-
ing, inruuK" " w "
fected by Oregon Kidney Tea, I was induced to try
DOx, ana iroin inai very i si i""
i I- t- r . Y.m nnntnlltt ft till
reuei, anu ociurc uu
box the pains in my back entirely disappeared.
i af-KV 1.. tt. nlftitaia ff fiM rtrOTin
i nave every inii
fat 1 AAitalantifMialv rNYimmmfl
it to my friends, I would not be without it for
n tu tw Tiarlrnrni. Inrontl.
VJICl'Ll XVllallc; ai- 1
nence of urine, brick dust sediment, burning or
! lu. ..n and tall afTtw
paimui sensaiiou wiuicuuubuu5,
tioas of the kidney or urinary organs of either sex.
FOR BALE BY
CHARMAN & CO., DRUGGISTS.
HEAR YE I
WILL HE THE
A penny saved is two-pence earned
Is an old adage, but nevertheless true.
TO SAVE PENNIES YES, DOLLARS!
IS TO BUY YOUH
Park Place Store
WHERE YOU CAN GET THE
C3BEST OIF1 EVEBYTHINGIS3-
AT PRICES AS LOW AS THE LOWEST.
To convince you we are right, give us
jUlo w schwan,
STOVES, TIN & HOLLOW WARE.
All Kinds of Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Work
PLUMBING AND GENERAL JOBBING TO ORDER.
Shop on Seventh
This old and reliable firm always keep in stock a lull line oi
Heavy, llf ml UH
Mm, Tinware, etc.
Plumbing, Gas Fitting & Jobbing
Attended to Promptly. Es
a call and see for yourselves.
HAMILTON & WASHBURN.
St., near Depot.