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Oregon City Enterprise.
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Kk al-riii.1 to Mia Hii l KKa (In
S-alnrday evening Mr. and Mr. J. M,
hVartii k ciilertained at llielr pleaaaiil
,mie at Ml. I'leaaaiil a farty of yuung
utile, given lo honor Miwi('tira Nller,
( ( hlilli othfl M') , wlio la Viailing
lirnda and ri'lntlea in Oregon t'it . The
timing wiia apent III leaalit amuatv
rlila, conaillng of game liniaic and
J.iiloll'iiia by Mi Seller, who la an
irt llriit elocnliotiinl. The piecea were
aitcrly dellvereil and l-celvetl the
i-aity applauae of all pr lit. The
m were elegantly decorutiul with
Irfrgfceiia, fluwer, liglita etc. and
vrrvthing done lu muke It pleaaanl
rail, ltefreahmentn Wi'ii. nerved con
ting of ! e ciratii, cake and lemonade.
lin arller wan the ri'li-llent of nevetal
ufly preMMitn, It iN-ing the aniilvernary
'I her nineteenth birthday The com-
my diahnndcd at 1.' o'rlm k. It will be
mU'red by all a one of the moat
ti-anant rti'iita iA the aeaMiii. Among
r invited gueal with; (irandpa mid I
Irui'lina Wamin k. Mr. and Mra. !.
l. .Mi 11. li Fierce. Mr. end M
Mathi-miii, Mia. Seller, Mm. John
n.Miaae. Nellie lrtp, ll.ittin Cane,
'Tgia Illdn, lleatricr IIiikIicn, Maggie
illiauin, Kiniii e IKniuldwill, Mollie and
ma Itiirkley, Idu I'cuaii, Anna 1'urllow
r Seller, (ieorgo Fancher, Ch
f, .Mr. I artlow. tirant iitnl ( hurlen
li, I'vun and John Williiiinn, J. Itlnck,
I'riU liuid.Wiii. MMiii,l'hnrle l.nnkin
J Albert ltetie.'
Hmn Vv a Junoi, On Sunday night
it itevurul hour Mint in earchlng
' llieir man wliuiii they had I it II In-
1'med km probably In thiai ity (Mllrer
?iriluin, Kiillv and Slmpard iretcd
M, Keyton lute of Konchurg who wa
f"iti'd in that citv for obliging Judge
I 'Idle to eiLfn a nailer at the ixiinlofa
vnrlieater. IVimtv Slierilf II. Hrin kwilV
Vneilown on Motidiiy'a lloneburg local
1 took Keyton buck. The trouble
mated over the taking of Mr. Key-
children to which he objuctvd.
'I'tillir Jllihrn Hi, I, II. .a linn nut fit" till!
f y place he made him take a paper off
5 Hie i!nt of a WinclrHter uml aign it.
Bier waa foiiml en hi pcrHoii af
Hip arrent and waa an uuiine doctl-
T"t, helnir nart nuln (or 1,'ilK) and a
roinino not to pronecwlo Keyton and
"'leiine the children. From tho ap-
ranco of Keyton he la In the main
inullwnHlve man but alighHy off hia
'' He came Imra under the name of
n Hhixlea and wua digginif, wuH
Mr. Young on tho went aldo o( the
" Bi'iim Sniui'M. On Monday L.
' ihimner who Iium a flno farm on tho
''kainuH below F.uulo Creek wua In
11 mid hud on hie wagon aliiioet
')' to lake out to liia place a atuinp
f'royur of li im own iiluiuiing. It con-
"'ahiir heuvv Iron fiinniil-Nhlinud
1 with thuainall (Mid up and lilted at
t'iito give it a draught when the
kindled underneath at the tiido of
"'iip. Tho machino for the doa
''iiinof Htiuinm iH ulioiit fl feet acroHH
'"'"'torn and 4'u' foot high. Mr.
""'iiner'a idea la that It will operate
11 the Rauio iih coul-iitting the
f"l'H diwa and that bo can "He
''wi inncli cheapor that bo can
"l tho dirt.
'MIIHTONK 1'aHK. II. M. Fott6 ia
a now Htntion and car Iiouho at
flNhmo nark. Ibn ni.n belnit 30x10.
I'nictifiillv ready for uhu and tho
ikuno I'urk rilr Wi bercufter ho
f1'1 at iiiuhtH. Tho Iiouho will be
J"l'd with a nit for wanhing the car
w'th a (ow appliancoa for rcparing
Cftf. A well fa also being dug at tho
lor conyenionue of cainiier and
r whon visiting the boautlful rosort.
Tim 8rAT ymi Hiiow.-At the
VWrtwIy ,IIW(,n, r(,nHtly )n
'"" -y Ilia Onwn Hlnlu llurlli-ul-1'iml
Koelely, t Wlll) millll)ImHy
unii.,1, order to properly bring before
J l-ilMli. tl, (ru Indimtry of tho MtuU.,
ll"it Hit. fruit Krowers hIioiiM nnito in
m.kJnir Ureal Krult Fair this full to
Htu.w wl.nt tir.-ifon can do In tl,t ,
i"lifl.'rxl,ll,it,, tlm collection hnrc
tnditln lJy t4, tin. California Mil-
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w.n.r riHiiii.)ii Uj bit ,, n f)n
I'mnda,.,!. r,r (o uk B(,n,(it.
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anuwiiiK ii W1W ilw-inml best to
liiK It A dittlnc lively ntnUi slluir. Tim
plan decided uM) wm u my
ii'l coimly, vmy fruit imwer aud
every out. Interested n Oregon's welfare
to contribute, no matter liow small an
amount, to a general fund to tarry the
Idea Into HlWt. Larue individual ami
county premiums will m ollered to
Induce fruit growers to put forth tlmir
Ixnt ffTorti In maklnut llplay. Tin
flr will Im lutlil In the city ouVIiik tliu
Kfnalint IikIuikiiiciiIn, plate ami dale
yet lo U MliKtlnil, The time to Jin
rnirilim (or Dili fair li now and
C'lii. kiiiu county can moke aacrndit
alila a iiIiiihIiik m any county in the
atute ( the work o( iri-irution la iM-Riin
at once. Mr. Sargent, tin atcrutary
wrlli-i that otlmr coiinllca are already at
work and he )ioh to ane thia county
fall In line.
Itoiia Till roTTtVl WlKKI,, Till) HI.
Hi'lrna Mint aaye: A fUhennan on the
Ht- Ili'li'in liar had an exmrli'iio in
front of Dili place Ttwulay evnlnn
which wi (ar (rom picaMiut, and which
he will nut proliahly care to lfpiat oon.
The tUlirrinan bad lilt rwt In the water
and waa makinit a drift a the "tcniiirr
I'litti-r raine down on Iiit ri'gnUr run
toAxtnrla Captain riillivan did not
fit the lift or w uiialilu to pan around
It and In panniuK over it one of the large
liodi tile k ml up the Hut and ipiirkly
wound it around the ahaft taking the
ftnhi'rumii ami imwt oi It it lKatwitli it.
Furtiiiuitly the man waa o coiuplctidy
Uuglml in the net that he waa held thinly
In one plai n and carried around with it
and thtia M-aMd U'ing ilaahtid to piciv
liy the paddlca. The enginra were aooa
lopnd and the iinfnrtiinule fcllnw r
h'aai'd (ruin hia ilangcroui ponition com
plrt. ly rxhauatol and hail I y hurt aloirt
tlm anna and leg. Tim wheel inude
alHiutfoity rvvoliiti'iiia w liilt. he wag in
It . The boat ih aiuanhi'il into kindling
Wll.l.AMaTTI VlUM CaWI' ThU hi
lli iinuie of tlie new cauip of Woulmeii
of the Woild which waa organised in Uiin
city m Monday night liy Slato I'cputv
('. A Whwler and special IH'pnty A.
W. Illai kfiird aaiiated by aeveral uieiu-
Ihi of I'Mrtlund cniiipa. The citinp
met in the K. of I". hull for organisation
and ha I twcntv-llve membera on their
Ilt lint ail coulil lint lie preneul Unit
evening but w ill go in later. HeveraJ of
the iiiciiiUt joined tho order when
Cedar cauip waa organised hero two
year ago The officer clnwcn are aa
follow: connul cniiiiiiander, K. M.
Kami; adivlaor lieutelielit, K. (i.
Fainnworth; clorlr, 1'.. K. Martin;
banker, O. F. Olaun ; cacort, K. M.
Ma. k; walcJnnun, Frank Durham;
"entry, K. 1'. KlJiott ; malinger, K. P.
Flliott and two other to tie chonen.
L'Hin motion Dr. W. K.,Carll waa rec
ommended for medical adviser. The
camp will meet again next ruonoay
Tin IV Kivhh ItoAT. The h'0i1o of
NewlMirg are taking a lively Interest in
the ateamer now jilying betwein tliere
and Portland In oppoulllon to the Union
Pacillc. The (iraphic nays: A long felt
want i being atuipiled at the foot o
Uiver itrvet tbia week in the building of
a new freight warehouse. The owners
of the iteamer Toledo have Ikhih in town
during the week arranging with our bum-
neaa men for carrying freight from Port
land by their ateamer. They received
audi encouragement (romotir merchant
that they have contracted for a ware-
houae 18x24 feet. The work I well nn-
der way and they exjiect to bo ready to
receive fricght by Saturday night. The
company agrees to deliver freight at the
Mtorei (or a leaa auui than the railroad
company now charge! for delivering at
TooMt'cii IIiat. Last Monday was
a very hot day for Oregon and was par
ticularly opproaaive to Oregoniana on
account of the cool weather which we
have been having all aprlng, During
the day Samuel Fallot of Canemali had
ocoanlon to go up on tho bluff back of
town for a load of wood and ho waa re
turning with hii load whon just at tho
top of the hill aa bo wiih etarling to de-
acend he felt overcome by the beat and
bile reaching forward (or the brake to
hold the wagon wbilo going down tho
hill everything turned dark and he fell
off of the wagon and waa run over, the
wheel panning over his leg. Fortu
nately no bone! were brokon but Mr.
FaiiMt held to the lines and was conidor
ably bruised about the back and should
ors, but Is not hurt o but what he will
rocovor all righk
Tualatin Rkiimib Opkn. Superintend
ent G.W. Prossor was in tho city on
Monday and reported that the approaches
leading to the lower Tualatin bridge had
boon completed and that teams can now
crose without any trouble.
Take your best girl and enjoy an excel
lent diuuer at the Liveriuore next Sunday.
IUnciiokt Law Uncohstithtiohai.,
Tin. mipreme court ha rendered a de
cision declaring tho o-cllcl bonding
bill tini'oiiHtitiitioiiiil. The reiiHuna why
thi art ha been dec In red uncoiiMtilu-
tlomil are: The coiiNtltulloii of the
a I ate provide that no act ahull be
amended by reference to it title except
by vetting out the act reviaed or amended
lu (nil. I'.ai li city charter provide a
method for improving street and sewer,
aiwexHlug and collecting the cost of the
same on the property abutting Thl act
If It had been aiutained, would have bad
the effect of amending the charter of
every city. It provide a new method of
doing thing alieady provided for in the
charter, and bunco Im the effect of
amending existing charter and violates
the coiihlltutiirtial Inhibition,
Lamp Tii-pkii Ovkk. Ijist PundBy
evening a! the family of T. A. Pope waa
sitting in tlm parlor they heard a cranh
In the rear part of the houao and Mr.
Poe went to ascertain tho can so when
upon oniug the kitchen door be waa
greatly surprised to see the room in
flame with an overturned lamp upon
the table, lie Immediately set about
putting out the fire and a water wa
coe at hand in abundance be soon bad
the flame subdued. Hut for his timely
presence the house and content would
certainly have been burned. Mr. PoK
think that the dog muni have entered
the kitchen In the abnence of the family
and tipped the lamp over.
Kami.v Cu)hino. There I a move on
foot among the biiHineaa men and the
clerk of the city looking toward earlier
cloning of the place of bunines. The gen
erally accepted hour for closing the atores
i now 0 o'clock but thl give thone who
are con 11 ned to the store all day not a
minute for out of door exercise and re
creation by daylight and they (eel that
they need both and as it will not din
commode the public any cMpcciallv after
they are lined to tho new way they feel
like trying it
Xotiii to CoitHKseoNiiKNTa. Cor
reNindeiita to the Kntkhchihi w ill have
lo sign their ow n names to article sent
in for publication to insure their inser
tion. The names are not r-ipiired for
publication but for the information of
the editor. It i not enough that you
are tho regular correspundenl from your
community, and are accustomed to
aign some (lctilioua inline to your letters,
for in addition to the name which you
winh signed to your article it will be
necessary for you to add your own.
Don't forget it.
Photkct Yot HHKi.K. Insure your prop
erty In the (iiiardian Assurance compa
ny of London. Caah asset 12:1,000,000.
F. E. Donaldson', Agent,
Oregon City, Oregon.
Hinduta of a New Firm.
MenHr. ltrownell & Dresner jf this
city and Judge Park of Kaunas, attor
ney, have commenced several very im
portant cases in the circuit court at Port
land, Oregon. This is w hat one of the
Porthind papers bad to siiy about one of
"Captain Fred D. Love has begun suit
agailint his father, Lew is Iove, for f 10,
OOO for attempting to iniiko it apsar
that ho was insane. This ia the liegin
ning of whut will lie an intcrchting suit
before it ia ended if prosecuted. Some
months ago Mr. Lenin Love died, leav
ing an estate worth nearly $1,000,000 in
this city and county. The property was
by w ill left to the old gentleman except
fM) to her several children, who are all
married. It was understood that she
wa to have divided up her property
among her children, as old gentleman
Lewis was worth quite as much himself.
Rut it appears she was Induced to make
a will shortly before death, bequeathing
the property to the husband and he
made a similar will lot (be benefit of the
cbildien. This does not suit the chil
dren. Captain Love, who has been a
river captain for years, made some ob
jection aa to the way matters wero Wing
conducted before his mother's death,
which caused the old gentleman to have
him examined for lunacy. Judge More
land discharged him, and ho claims that
be has not been able to get work since,
at bis profcatdon."
'YYe are informed that Judge, Park lias
prepared a petition for F. D. Love, one
of the heirs of Nancy M. Love, de
ceased, to re-probale tho pretended will
that Lewis Love bad protested some
timu ago in the county court of Multno
Judge Park will go to Kansus some
time this month and will return on or
about the first of September next.
When he together with ltrownell A
Dresser will open lip a law olllce in Port
land and run it connection with ltrow
nell A Dresser's olllce heie.
We oiler One Hundred IKillura Reward
for any case of Catarrh that cannot be
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHKNKY A CO., Props., Toledo, O
We tlio undersigned liavo known K. J.
Cheney for the last 15 years, ami believe
him porfectly honorable in all business
transactions and flnaciallv able to carry
out any otilitfiition made by their firm.
Wkst & Tid'AJt, Wholesale IVu'inK
Toledo, 0., Wauhnq, Kinnan & Mar
vin, Wholesale Hru'ists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally
acting directly upon the blood and mu
cous surfaces of the system. Price 75
cents a bottle. Sold by all Druists.
A ( hance,
For sale eighty acres of choice unim
proved laud one and one quarter miles
cast of Chnrryvllle, it office and sixty
rod from the p.uilow road. It contain
abundant living waters, a dozen sere
or morn of green fir timber and about
the same of rich swnil land. Also the
notch through which the railroad must
pass In order to trestle over Alder creek.
Price t" per acre, terms fair.
Also 7U acres one quarter mile east of
Cherryvillo ont ofllce and on the Har
low road. House 14 feet by 28 with
good floor above. Half a dozen acres
partly cleared with some fruit trees and
Price f 12 per acre, terms reasonable.
For particulars address or call on me at
Cberryvllle or nee Jesse Hammer at
Cherry ville, P. O.
EllWAIiD II. IXORAHAM.
Skasidxhs Taii Notici. The Oregon
City Transportation company will sell
ticket good until September 30th to all
point on North Peach via .steamer
Ocean Wave. Itaggage checked and
transfered without extra charge. This
is a great convenience and will save the
annoyance of looking after baggage,
liny your tickets from the agent at the
Oregon City dM:k . tf.
Is Your Laundry Well Donct
Nothing exasperates a jierson so much
aa to have a fine white garment returned
from the laundry yellow and mussy,
buttons half off. and In a condition not
(it to wear. The Troy Steam Laundry
minds out none but first clans work a
trial order will convince you. Ofllce
with F. A. Waddocic, post ofllce build
ing. Ilundles left Tuesday evening will
be returned Saturday morning.
Furnished rooms, light and airy and
pleasantly located. Inquire at this
E. E. WILLIAMS,
Ityou are wanting a borne inthepleaa
antest siot on earth where you have all
the advantages of a city with all the
pleasures ot a home in the country you
should not fail to see W.H. Spencer and
It is to our interest to please every
economical buver. Bki.i.omyA Blsch. tf
Keceipt, note and order books
Do You Bathe?
Then have a good xnge.
We have just received from
the east a dozen cases of fine
pponges. All sizes, shapes and
prices. See them in our wia
C. G. HUNTLEY,
CAUFIELD - & HUNTLEV.
Near Court House, Orgeon City.
Yourself about the height of the
mercury in the thermometer during
the dog-days if you wish to keep
cool; nor should you get into that
vilo habit of asking
if it is hot enough for him, when
you can seo that he is practically
roasted. But instead if you wish
to retain his friendship ,
When he is hot
tell him of those new novels just
received at the Book Store, and
suggest tho luxury of a light book,
a hammock and a shady tree on a
Huntley's Book Store,
Oregon City, Or.
V. S. When leaving for your va
cation, don't forget your reading
TH0S. CHARMAN & SON,
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
Wraps and Jackets.
The largest and best selected stock
ever brought to Oregon City.
THOMAS CHARMAN & SONS'
PIONEER -:- STORE.
Complete line of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes,
Groceries and Hardware. Five Stores in one. Your order
Filled Whatever it may be.
FOR ASTORIA-FAST TIME.
("A r7 . I )
Leaves foot of Alder street, Portland.
Leaves Portland daily, except Sunday, 7 A. M.
Leaves Astoria daily, except Saturday, 7 P. M.
Direct connection daily at Youngs bay with Seashore R. R. for all
points on Clatsop Beach. Tug Ilwaco from Ilwaco connects at Astoria
with Telephone everv night for Portland. Tickets of Telephone, Ocean'
Wave, Lurline and tug Ilwaco interchangeable.
Do You Need a
The ENTERPRISE has the only complete stock
in Clackamas county.
Nearly 200 Different Blanks
to Make Selections From.
Every kind of a blank needed by a Judge, Jus
tice, Lawyer, Real Estate Dealer, Farmer or
One or a Quantity Sent POSTAGE PAID at Portland
Prices to Your Address.
C. P. WINESET,;
UNDERTAKER AND EM BALM ER.
Largest stock of Coffins and Caskets kept South of Portland. Also cloth covered
and Metallic Casketa furnished to order. Ladies and Uents Burial
Robes in stock. Fine Hearse ready at any call.
MILLARD J. LEE,
A COMPLETE LINE OF
Fruit and Ornamental
PIlESCKirTIOXS FILLED AT
Our Motto is "Small Profitg on a
door to Hodges,
and styles in-
Lesal Blank ?
Trees, Shrubbery, Etc.,
Cash Basis." Evans block, next
DR. J. H. IRVINE, Proprietor.