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Oregon City Enterprise.
Clackamas Co. Directory
C:rk of Courts,
J. W McMnim
ISeo. F. Morion
C. W . uannllff
8. U Harnshv
J, 0. Brail tejr
II. 8. (iituon
K. L lltilman
OREGON CITY OFFICERS,
at a Tor. - . . T. W Sitlllran
Recorder. . . L. U I'orter
Chtelol Polio- . . 4. 8. punlom
Aukmot, . 4. K Klmailea
Tr-eaaurer. . F J. Uuli
City Attorney, II. E.Ctiua.
Strwt I'ommiMloner, C Hubert
Bnp't. of Water Work. W. H. H.mi-1!
Ottjr itnrtneer. ... 8ltner Smyth.
Connellmen C. O. Albright. Jr.. II. U kellv, i
N. Orwnmnn. V A. White, 4 J. Cooke, 4.
W". OVooDell, 4. 0. Porter and T. P. Kan-
iwuncil met flnt Weduesdar of each mouth
lu city hall.
T"The nay to build up Oregon
City Is t flxt Oregon City people jour
A M'Cl'ESNFl'L OPERATION.
A Fatty Tumor Komovrd From Frank
Kruse Recovering Nicely.
FKIDAY. JUNE 30. 1803.
Vhnt tin Yon Think of it!
A parly in seaith of desirable iocs
Wan for a home, would have to walk
one-half hour from t!ie east end of the
suspension bridge in Oregon City to
find a lot for .'00 and up hill at that.
You ran walk 30 feet and tuke passage
on a splendidly equipped electric motor
car and in six minutes for 2J'b be
landed in the handsomest suburb in the
world, w here you can buy a better lot
for $1.50, $J0. kwn $10 a month.
SPRAY OF THE FALLS.
Washburn mandolin, guitar and
ban joe at Burtneister A Andresen's. x
1000 pair of shoes at the Red Front.
Best bargain ever offered in Oregon
Strings and extras for guitars, violin,
mandolins and banjos at BurmeisterA
C. A. Miller of the West Side Electric
line returned from a visit to Salem Mon
day. Watches, clocks and jewelry repaired
promptly at Burmeister A Andrew's.
Trices reasonable and work guaranteed
Mis. A. M Brayton has not sold her
loom. She is still weaving carpets, rnrs.
hammocks and hammock chairs and
warrants them to be first class.
Children's shoes 25c to $1.00, mostly
lace; Ladies lace shoes fine and coarse
11.00; Boy's brogans 73c. Clotaing
greatly reduced at the Red Front.
There will be preaching by R. O
Green of the Christian church next Sun
day at Shivery 's hall at 10 a. at. and at
Mountain lew Congregational church
at 4 p. in.
Captain Sweeney, U. S. A., San Diego,
Cal . , says : "Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy
is the first medicine I have ever found
that would do me any good." Price 50
cts. Sold by C. G. Huntley.
You are wanting a fine carpet, some
good strong matting or beautiful wall
psner for y oar house and will find just
what you want at Charman A Son's.
Best goods for the money in the city.
The Methodist camp meeting at Canbv
begun on Thursday of this week with
good prospects for an excellent meetini?
as some of the best talent in the state
has been enaged to conduct the meetings.
The only female hounding jockeys in
the world will amaze here Julv 6th
There are many rare animals with
Singer 4 Lent's never before exhibited
in America, and will be here July 6th
"Keep down expenses!" is the cry of
some men. Make your expenses light,
so if the week's earning is small, you
will not be out much. If you want furni
tuie buy from Bellomy A Busch and save
Prof. H. A. Webberof Portland will be
Up on Thursday of this week and each
succeeding Thursday for the purpose of
diving lessons on mandolin and guitar
For particulars inquire at Burmeister A
Andersen s jewelry store.
Now that you are thinking of building
and want the very best aualitv of lum
ber delivered on short notice it will be
to your interest to rembmber that Glad
stone Saw Mill company can supply you
with the best and deliver it at once.
The Entrhphikk noted last week that
Frank Kruse had been operated nixm
at St. Vincent hospital in having an ab
dominal tumor removed. From Dr. O.
W. Yeargain, who was invited to assist
at the operation we learn the interesting
particulars of as delicate a surgical titr
ation as is ever chronicled. All who
are acquainted with Frank Krusa are
ware of the fact that he was constantly
becoming more and more burdened with
an enlargement of the abdomen which
medical skill had been unable to reduce
by the administration of druns. It n
tuained for Dr. J. II. Rocky of Portland,
who successfully used the knife in re
moving it to advance the I lea that the
swelling was merely an accumulation of
tat in the form c-f a fold over the abdo
men proper which could be removed by
cutting Willi but little danger to the pa
tient. Proceeding upon this theory he,
with five assistants, on Thursday, oHra
ted upon the tumor with such success
that 40 pounds of superfluous fat at
tached to the skin across the abdomen
in the vicinity of the naval was removed
with but little shock to the patient wh.i
took no anesthetic : deaden the iain.
An incision was made across the aUIo
men including a V shaed cu: around
tlie naval 2ti inches across and Irom the
outer ends of this, a cut was n.ade in the
form of a semi-circle downward includ
ing a fold of the outer skin 22 inches
across and this piece with the fatty
tumor attached was removed and found
to weigh fu ly 40 pounds The dis-
tanee around the opening thus made was
nve teet and nine inches. The excused
edges of the opening were drawn to
gether and stitched in place and tubes
inserted at eitlu-r end of the incision to
drawoffany drainage occurring during
the healing process. Some idea of the
magnitude of the undertaking mav be
gained from the fact that there were
u;-ed in the operation forty pairs of for
ceps to control the bemorhages whereas
in ordinary cases but three or four pair
are needed. The time reauired was
three quarters of an hour. About half
an hour after the operation was con
cluded there was a Might, collapse of the
system but from this Frank rallied
nicely and by Friday night was able to
eat a square meal . On Tuesday of this
week ins mother was down to see him
and found him enjoying life as well or
better than common, and to pass the
time he was smoking a cigar. Dr.
Pocky says that his patient is getting
on nicely and he does not apprehend
that there will be any return of the
Various Place u Clackamas Cotiuty
W here Yoa (a a Enjoy the Fourth.
There seems to be no central point
where the people will gather on Tuesday
next to hear the eagle scream, but no
one need to lack for a place to go where hn
can have a thoroughly good time and eel-
ehrate to his heart's content since there
are aevorat places bidding with various
attractions. Among these are Gladstone
on the I lackumas, with ita fine groves,
good speaking and numerous games and
contests, enough to keep one going a
whole day. This point is convenient of
access since the motor line is to bo com
pleted to the park in time to bo used on
that day and tho boats will he running
every hour through the day.
Aurora has made abundant prepara
tions for entertaining the crowds and
has secured Hon. Tilmon Ford (or ora
tor and Hon. R. V. Short to read the
Ptvlnration of Independence, (i nines
ami sport and a basket dii r will help
to niiike the dav a success.
Wright's Spring will be one of the
ular places of gathering and those alio
go there will have the pleasure of listen
ing to an oration by Hon.. Geo. C.
Brownell, Mrs. A. II. Wells will read
the Declaration of Indotiendonce. This
is one of the pleasant places where
the people take hold and have a good '
tune so no one will miss it in goin
Oswego has fallen into line and under
the auspices of the brass band w ill go in
for a rousing time at Buckeye grove.
Springwater has concluded to cel
ebrate in the old time style and offers
besides the usual attractions an oration
by Hon. L. T. Burin and an address by
Kev. Oilman Parker.
T U V. T.KATiTNG GRO0EBY HOUSE
Im wirier ami tl't Ur In
The Most Complete
and only first
ed, our prices are
always the lowest.
ice m V I! Si
I II II A MiH"
Selectod Toas.l'uro Coffeos & Spicoa
Fruit and Vegetables in Season.
On Business Prlnclp'
One Trice to A;
Positively no cor
nectlon with i-
Cor. 7th & Madison, Shively Building, Orogon City
THE MODERN WRITING MACHINE.
Clackamas Chapter No. 2. lloval Arch
Masons was institute! last Wednesday
evening, the "silt inst by Grand High
Priest G. M. Stroud as-.jted by Past
Uraml High Priest Sith L. Poe and
Grand scribe J. II. Iryin. Quite a
number of visitors from Portland were
present. The following officers of the
Coaplcr were elected and installed :
II. S. Strange, high priest; A. W.
France, king; W. E. Carll, scribe: J.
II. Walker, C. C. of H. ; I). W. Kinnard,
P. 8. ; Thos. Campbell, It A. C. ; T. F.
Kyan, G. M. 2nd V. ; T. 8 Lawrence,
G. M. 3rd V. L. L. Porter, G. M. 1st V.
Geo. F. Horton, sentinel; G. L. Grav.
secular, F. K. Palmer, treasurer.
Automatic Ribbon Re
Automatic Line Space,
Most Rapidly Adjusted
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Oregon City Users.
If. J. Tliome. Abstract.
Winle II. .iH'iircr, Al'stracts.
(!. K. Hayes, Attorney,
(ieo. 0. Urowtirll, Attorney.
(Wing iv-.',wiii(t, Attorneys.
K. M. li mi 'Is, iVvr:npi(iK nllicc
SCOTT & BANNAN, General Agonts,
2021 STAKK STUEKT, PORTLAND. OK., ll.Ul.KY I'.I.OCK, SKATTI.K, V,i
213 S.VNSOMK STKKKT. SAN KKAXCISCO, CAL
Dovico for Writing 0:
Extromo Manifold iw
Typo Cloanod in Fir
All Woar Absolut!
Nothing pleases a person so well
when away from home as to get a well
cooked meal served in a clean and apie
tizing manner. The Portland restaurant
by the excellence of its meals and table
service can please the most fastidious
person. Give it a trial.
The Spiritual camp meeting will be
gin at New Era on the 7th of July and
those in charge of the grounds are now
busy getting them ready for that event
when they expect to haye numerous
noted persons present to help in con
ducting the meetings.
After the instituting of the Chapter on
Wednesday evening Dr. W. E. Carll in
vited the members and visiting brothers
up to his rooms where he entertained in
IjIb happiest style, and any one who has
ever been enterU'ned by the Doctor
knows that he is an adept in that line.
The Willamette Pulp & Paner com
pany have jui-t received their last in
stallment of the 3,003,C30 feet of spruce
from the lower Columbia, but find it of
such good quality for making paper
that they are having some more brought
up. This spruce makes the very best
quality of paper and the company can
start a log in at the upper mill and in
fifteen hours turn out paper ready for
the printing press. Were it not for the
boiling required to reduce the pulp it
would take less than one hour to turn a
log into paper so rapid is the nrocess
On Sunday next mass at the Catholic
church will be at 9:30 a. m. instead of
at 10 :30 a. m. as usual. The services
for the day will also include the first
communion fora number of the members
of the school and baptism and com
munion for several converts. Forty
hours devotion will also commence
on that day and last till Tuesday morn
ing at 10 o'clock.
Wednesday evening a theater party
went from hereto attend the "Charity
Ball" at the Marquam Grand. Those
constituting the party were, C. II. Cau-
tield and wife, F. It. Charman and wife.
G. A. Harding and wife, C. O. Albright
The Outing Club h ive as fine grounds
now as are to be fonnd in the state
having just completed fitting up their
court in fine shape. Among the recent
additions is a supply of water procurred
by tapping a soring 300 yards distant
Card or Thanks.
The members of the Congregational
church of Oregon City take this method
of expressing their ihanks to all who
took part in the com-ert last Friday even
ing, June 23d, and esiwclally to Mrs. E.
t.. illiams, whose untiring efforts con
tributed so largely in making it a grand
Sealed bids are invited to lie submit
ted to Rev. Father Hillebrand at his res
idence for the enlarging of the St. Johns
school building in Oregon City. Plans
and specifications can be seen at his
parsonage. All bids to be in tiy Satur
day July 8 at 1 o'clock P. M . It
Fostoftlce Cloied ti:e Fourth.
Next Tuesday being the Fonrth and a
national holiday, the postollice in Ore
gon City will be cloced after 11 o'clock
A. M. E. M. RurnU P M
The track laying on the Gladstone
branch of the electric line is just being
completed ar.d the poles set. It is the
intention of Mr. Dyer, the sujterintend
ent, to have the juice on the circuit and
cars running not later than Monday.
W. II. Seed has charge of a largo force
of men near the west side electric station
where he is doing gome more of his tine
work in grading the roud. Next week
tracklaying will begin.
Mrs. II. 8. Strange has been absent at
Corvallis the past week attending com
mencement at the State Agricultural
College. She was to read an essay
before the alumni.
Head this Letter From a Chicago
Cmic aoo. 735 W. Adams St.. Anr. 20.
HI' Mr. Norman Lightv. Des Moines la.
Dear Sir : A sample of Kmai bk's 1Iiai
acii Cai-si i.ks was left in mv husband's
olhYe a few day since, and as I am sub
ject to headaches neuralgic, nervous,
and in (act every other kind he thought
fully brought the sample box home. The
very next day I had a chance to try
them and onk cai'sci.k relieved me in
less than half an hour. Next day I was
attacked again, took another capsule
with the same delightful result, In less
than half an hour my head felt as well
as ever, with no bad feeling as the after
result. I have had these terrible head
aches for twenty years, and have tried
every remedy I ever heard of, but noth
ing I have ever takn has cured or re-1
lieved me as QtncgLV as Kkaisk's
Headaciik Capsilks. MUS. N. A
SKINNER. For sale by Charman A Co
City Drug Store.
TIME & JIOXEV SAVED BY IIAVIXd YOU
I'HKscHirnoxs filled at
THE : CAiBY : PHARMAC1.
Our Motto is "S,,U IWiU on a Cash Hasis." Kvaim I.Wk. mm
door to HolKfH, DII. J. . lltVIXK. IWrietnr
People attending the ckiiid meeting ai
Canby can get a first class, home-cooked
meal at the Rogers House. The pro
prietor, Mrs. If arris takes especial cure
that her tables are attractive, and that
the rooms are clean and comfortable.
The easiest and best fitting corset in
the world is the R. AG. which is
recommended by all the physicians as
the only corset which does not injure
the health. Every pair warranted.
Found only at Charman & Son's.
L. Dickleman has bought the stock of
cigaig and tobacco formerly carried by
i. W, i outs and will conduct the busi
ness at the old stand where he wfll carrv
a lull line ol sraoker'g goods and confec
In view of the approaching Fourth.
Rev. M. Angelo Dougherty will sneak
next Sunday morning on "National
issues." Communion services will
follow. All are invited.
Miss Ada Johnson of Salem was in the
city the last of the week visiting friends.
J. Buter of Eagle Creek was in the city
yesterday on business.
Arbuckle's Lion or Mokaska colfee
25 cents at The lied Front.
Some of the mail which arrived on
the Tuesday evening was thoroughly
oil soaked from the effects of the wreck
that morning just east of Portland.
Four carloads of brick for the school
house were unloaded here the past week
and people who saw them thought them
very poorexcuHes for good l.rick.
D. II. Glass has rented the handsome
new Howell cottage at the corner of
lwelfthand Jefferson streets and will
move ln(o it next week.
A party went from this city last Sat
urday to Oswego to be present at the
organization of a lodge of A, F. & A. M.
in that place.
8. A. D. Gurley who completed a
successful year of school work at
Arlington a week since was in the city
Itucklen's Arnica Salve.
The Rust Kalvn in fliu virl.t In. r,,ia
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum)
rever ."ores, letter, i:iiapieI I lands,
Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup
tions, and positively cures Piles, or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction, or monev refunded.
Price 25 cents per box. For sale by G
World's Fair Travelers Will Hare It.
The public demand through service
when traveling. It is old fashioned tn
change cars. On the through solid
vestibtiled trains of tho Chicago. Union
Pacific and Northwestern line from or to
Chicago, Omaha and intermediate points.
there is no chnnge. This is the finest
and fastest road.
I Your l.auinlrj Well lloncf j For fale or Kent.
iVxhlng exasiH.ralf i ts-rson so mm-li n.-t .i. ... . ., . .
as to have a fine while garment returned 1 ., i , n ,.
" ! lii'l store Inn i Iiiil'K mi liU-ml lra
Irom the laundry yn ow and mtnuv . . , , . ,
i...m . l if ir ii , X' rr"K"l Iwrn n the city and
buttons half off and In a cond it on not i... , i i- ,
fit to wear. The Trov .,. I,,,,,,.,. I , . 'r""""?: "
" .'ini. iivmr, ii ir.H
semis out none hut first clan work a
trial order will convince you. OihVe
with F. A. Wa.ld.rk. pout 'olll.-n build
ing. Bundles left ru.-K.luy evening will
be returned Saturday rimming
Houses for Mule.
We have three houses and seven lots
that we will sell at a great sacrifice on
account of haid tunes.
Hamilton A Washhi kn, Park Place
The (Jrrnt Northern Iti-durrs IUIm.
The Great Northern loot amended the
following rates: From eastern terminul.
to the North Pacific roast points llml
class, second cln-s, J2.',; u, Sm.Iui
first class, .i(); scons' class. 20; t
Helena and Untie, jr,; second clsss,
18. First class rales will at.r.lv In l..n)
directions, second clusi west bound
only. Tickets at thc rutss will U
imited to continuous imieiiign.
For Siil. Chei.
J. I. Case threshing engine and four
roller chop mills. ca r B,ruHi
V m. IT I . '' NaKXKS,
o. 00, Lnlon Ave., Fast Portland,
toil street, Portland.
Fifty cents is a mnail d.s-ior hill, k
that is all It w ill r.t you to run t'
ordinary caseol rheumatism If J
Chamberlain's pain IUIm. Try II l
you will Iw surprised at the
relief It affords. The first ..licti
will quiet tlie pnln. fi) cellt bottle r
ale by George A. Harding.
L. II. Andrews of this place was
chosen one of the board of directors of
Pacific University at a recent meeting of
The Junior society of the Bantist
church had just a grand time at Glad
stone last Saturday.
Special millinery sale until July 4th
Sitton A Hamilton, opposite Livermore
Hotel, Oregon City.
F. . White is erecting a neat barn on
his premises on Jefferson street. I
Hamilton and Washburn' Park
have a 4 year old, well bred, nnbroken
tllly which they will exchange for a fresh
milk cow. tf
Middletown, Pu., Apr. 14, H'.)l.
Mb. Noiiman Lioiitv, Des Moines la.
Dkah Siu : Please send me four d Jz.cn
Kuausk'b Hkaimcak Cacsci.ks. They
are the best headache remedy we ever
John W. Stahh,
For Sale by Charman A Co. Citv I)rm
When one thinks of the Prices thov
have been paying for their upholHtnrn.l
goods, or bedsteads, It Is not strange that
they are surprised when they learn
wey can get a first-class snr ng edirn hml
lounge for $12.50, hard edge for !), a
box mattress, new and without a blem
ish for 4.00; bran new bedsteads tl .50.
Call on It. L. Holman and you will
understand the reasons thereof. x
Karl's Clover Root, the new Blood
Purifier, gives freshness and clearness to
the Complexion and cures Constipation.
25c, 50c. and 1.00. Sold by C.G.
Khauhk's Heapaciik Cai-hui.kh-'VVak-
Shiloh's Vitallxcris what v,. n I i...
DysK'psia, Torpid Liver, Yellow skin or
MUney Trouble. It is im,ir,..,i,....i ...
give you BiitiHfuction. I'rico 75
by C. O. Huntley.
Now that Klirliur baa rums tail TO
can enjoy ride on the river do not
that ( apt. Iliin.ly tias some of tlif tM
rigged skiffs out, Priced naaoiill.
Those monntroiiaat.iiiii.iarn ai!lr Ui
cheaply lisHW4.. of w ilh Judsoll poJ
A g'xl supply of blasting material oft-'
kinds at Portland prices at tlie N
I'la. e store,
To IhiihI Trmplnm.
Do you know that Moore's ItevrtW
ltetne.lv is the only patent iiieilifiMH
the world thatd.s.s not contain d"
of ulcnlitil 1 1 , I ,1 ....I.. ,.f .,.,.riM
- " . , , , "'. inn iinnin -i -
S,. jl is known only to its diicover; llt
; i an advance in the science ol insduiw
, miiio'ii a parullel in the miii'l''"1
Fish, Fish. At lliiiiit,l.ri.v'. a , 'i"",U,rV I'roprictors ollVr
narkct all kinds "Jtt f.1!
nu;, . . . . "".er inn euro ;
i.iinm, lonsiers am nv.l,,,. ii....
and dressed chickens. KrJe delivery to
all parts of thocity.
Lamps, crockery an, uU,. ,,,,, ,., ,..
tory prices. New inv,.l,. i.
from the east. Will i
See Ilclloiny A Bus.-h.
Justice bliinks. real est..!.. i.t....i .
all other blanks at ,.,
Ice. Portland prices
In the line of furi(llr0i ,7 t .
'low shades, wall paner l,..
mattresses yot, can beat I'ortla,,,! pri(-' I
rilf ulr im.L,. it ii
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gon City, Oregon.
It in to our interest to .,!,..
Blank note, receipt and order books
at the L.NTKiiiMttsK office.
Take your hai.in,. ,i.7i
The latest in visitin., u.,i
Three Dohch of
Moore's Revealed Remedy
Will Make You Feel
Doom vrinr 1.,.L- ,!, Dflf
every Btop Heom a Lur.lcn? Yo"
Moorfi'ft RpvoUrl Romprltf
Will give you relief. Try it. Vr'
alo by all (Jruggiuts.