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THE bostojtorr-6peSs NEXT SATURDAY.
X X WITH A FULL LINE OF X
Dry Goods, Noions, Fancy Goods, Boots and
Only Exclusive Dry Goods House in the City.
Having bought the Boston Store stock and some other goods at 25 per cent, on the dollar, consequently
will sell you goods cheaper than ever known before. H. S. MOODY.
Oregon City Enterprise.
FKIDAY, Jl'LY 20. 1SM.
Ch.ef of Police
City Atiornev, -Street
Sn.t. of WMtr Works,
L. I P"Nr
Ch. K. Rum.
- E 8 I'ulirt
K. I. Hnlm.u
F. F. DrifH
W. H. Howell
Ceuneilmeu-C. o. Albright. Jr.. H. L. Kelly, C.
X. tiiwnmu, J J. Cooke, B F. Jxtar, 11.
C Steven, Geo, BrnuhloD, it. Howell
ouiicll nw first Weduedy of each month
la cliy hull.
Hereafter no leiial advertisement will
be inserted in the Entkki-risk unless
payment tor the same is mitile at the
tine the affidavit of publication is ren
d red. This rule will be imperative and
dt .id-beat litigants, who make it a prae
tut) of wurkin i the courts, lawyers and
newspaper will have to look to some
other paper to get their notice published.
5RAY OF THE FALLS.
("rices tlie lowet lied Front Stores.
Cocoa-Coffee is a great winner. Try
it E, E. Williams, The Groeer.
II. A. Waldren ha- gone to Eastern
Oiejjon. where he has a job working
with a tlirehiiiK crew.
E. II. nurxhnrdt of Rima.-viia, was in
town last Monday.
L. T. Anderson came in from Katie
Creek List .Monday.
I.eik'hton Kel'yand Jitn Church are
enjoying camp life out on the Molalla.
Miss Clara Fisher of CorvallU is the
guest of Miss .Mamie Charman this week.
Z. KlIiRson of Stafford, called at the
school superintendent's office last Monday.
Messrs. Nisuader an I Heater of Sher
wood, were in tow n Wednesday of this
W. L. Tooe was in the city on Wed
Destiny looking after a case in Jude
Wm. Scott, one of the substantial
farmers of Pleasant Hill precinct was in
the city on Wednesday on business.
Editor Whitney of the Albany Herald,
was in the city the last of the week on
j business at the land office .
Mr. and Mrs. Cooley of Portland
and Miss Gibson of Iowa, were visiting I
Mr. and Mr. H. S. Gibson this week, j
David Wilson, one of the well known j
residents ol Beaver Creek was in the
city on Tuesday and called at this otllce.
FOR WOMKW SI ffii.u;k.
Preparation to Imingurute u Move
Secure It In Oregon.
Instruction, in swimming to ladies
and children Iree at Capt. Bundy's bath
house, foot Eleventh street.
We carry the bet line of confection
ery, fruits and nuts in the city.
E. E. W1LUAM8, The Grocer.
Justice blanks, real estate blanks, and
all other blanks at the E.vtebpbise of
fice. Portland prices.
Bormetster A Andresen keep a fine
assortment of stiinjrsfor the banjo, vio
lin, guitar and mandolin.
For this month only Bellumy & Busch
will sell jelly glasses with heavy tin
covers for 35 cents per aozen.
Portland, July U. The executive
committee of the Oregon State Women
SulTruge Association has dec i .led that,
in view of the activity of the workers in
j other parts of the I'uion, w here many
j signal victois have been won fur our
cause during the past year, it is now
quite time to rally our forces on the
Pacific Northwest and make leady dur
ing the summer months lor a vigorous
autumn and w inter campaign.
The woild's Columbian exposition
gave a w onderful impetus to the etial
suffrage movement, by bringing togther
the leading women of every state
and 'nation, and holding a continuous
woman's congress for a period of
six months. This congresa was of
itself the fir.it sign of olhVial recog
nition, by our government and by 'he
world, of the great feminine but hitherto
unroii.-.. c..ui.u.. ... governmental ,vt, .p,.,l the woman's
quantities, inrougii it ine women 01
all nations and religious came for the
first time into personal contact. They
came together, not through the accident
of birth, nor because of any lucky al
liance with prominent or fortunate men,
C. P. Black of Marquam, Was in tow n m,t 0'',",eo, " own mnereni .unity
on business last Satuadav. Mr. 'Black anJ e"lfl,0,,a T,, congress discussed
reports thatguin looks well in his part ! a" o( ""'j'9. int-iutlm religion
ol the county. 1 m' I10''''1'", agnosticism and orthodoxy ;
social purity, education and morality;
morning for Jietarts, where tliey have a
Forgood,sausai.e of all kinds call at
the City View market, foot of Seventh
street. Flinn & Schcltz.
The best and only sure way to (.re
serve fruits in with Antifermentine.
For sale by E. E. Williams The Grocer.
Refresh ynrself these hot day with a
dish of ice cream soda at the Novelty Ice
Cream parlors, second door to Burmeis
ter 4 Andresen.
Kimball organs are admitted to be the
sweetest toned and most durable organ
made. See Burmeister A Andresen
about prices and terms.
When preserving fruits save labor,
fruit and sutrar, and have perfect re
sults. Use Antifermentine. For sale
by E. E. Williams The Grocer.
Did yon know that your old hat and
seedy cloths can be made to look as good
as new by the Oregon City Dye works?
You can save one-half the price of a new
suit by renovating your old.
cottage and where they expVct to remain
for a couple of months.
Judge F. J. Taylor of Astoria waa in
I the city on Monday. The Judge hag
many friends here who are always glad
to shake hands with him.
F. E. Donaldson and wife and J. E.
I Pierce and wife left on Tuesday to climb
Mt., Hood with the Mazamas. They
expect to be away about a week.
M;ss Carrie Barnes and friend Miss
Johnson. teachers in the Portland schools
were lu this city enjoying the shady
groves and a view of the falls on Tues
day. E. Ross Charman and w ife have gone
to Newport to spend a few weeks with
the clams and sea breezes in hopes that
his health may be benefitted by the
I J. M. Taylar and Geo. B rough ton
have just completed a neat and conven
venient cottage near the bank of the
Clackamas three miles above town into
which the two families have just moved
for the summer.
B. F. Baker of Forest Grove was in
the city on Tuesday ana spent a part of
the day looking over a part of his old
farm, where Willamete Kails is now-
building. He left for Cottage Grove on
the evening train.
Geo. McBride left for Echo Lake at
Mt. St. Helens on Tuesday intending to
make camp so that when the rest of
the family follows in a week or two
things about camp will be in shape for
enjoying mountain life
On Friday evening of this week there
will be a lawn social at the residence of Meearyey and Simmons have opened
A. F.Muir at the corner of 10th and a Dhotouranh studio at Ifwt Tbi rrl Htrppt
Van Buren street under the auspices of
the Y. P. B.C. E. of the Presbyterian
church. Iced refreshments.
The ladies of Willamette Rebekah
Degree Lodge No. 2 of this city, will give
a lawn social at Falls City park, over,
looking the falls, on Friday evening at
which they promise a pleasant time
with ice cream and cake for refreshments.
Ten o'clock Thursday evening is the
hour fixed by the climbers of Mt. Hood
to fire the red light, which it is expected
will be seen from all over the Willam
ette valley. Reports from the road are
to the effect that the mountain will have
been ascended ere this by the largest
party that ever climbed it at one time.
The attention of teachers is invited to
the notice of the annual institute which
will be found in another column. The
institute is an important educator to
every teacher who attends as it gives
them new ideas and refreshes their
minds upon those subjects which their
duties in the school room may not have
called out. There is no more important
part of a teacher's duty than that of at
tending the annual institute and no one
should miss it this vear.
between Morrison and Yamhill, Port
land These gentlemen ate real artists
and besides giving the most artistic work,
make prices, which put photos within
the reach of all these hard times. Finest
cabinets I2.0Q per dozen, large crayon
included for $3.50. Give them a call
when in the city, examine their work
and see for yourself they make their
claim good. 2t
The people living on the west side of
the river who have occassion to travel
the road to Portland are desiring to have
the road below Oswego along the river
improved. In order to bring this about
if possible Judge Hayes went down to
Portland the last of the week and con
ferred with the Multnomah county court
relative to the matter and they agreed to
meet the Judge and commissioners from
this county at an early date and go over
the road to see what can be done.
Cocoa-CofTee is a nutrious food as well
as a delicious beverage.
E. E. Williams, The Grocer.
is the time for preserving fruita.
Use Antifermentine. bold bv E. E.
Williams The Grocer.
lore and occult phenomena. Science
and invention, literature philanthropy,
poesy, progress and prosperity every
thing in which humanity holds a com
mon interest, received attention in its
turn. Corporations, co-partnerships,
monetary science, co-oerative house
keeping, agriculture, horticulture, flori
culture and above all, baby culture, re
ceived due consideration.
In every phase of these deliberations
the necessity for women's enfranchise
ment waa Belt-evident. Every address
made, every thought invoked involving
any philanthropic or financial considera
tion whatsoever: every enlightened iin-
pulse and every awakuning aspiration
cast an unerring search light into
woman's past history, and aroused new
protest against her present status as a
political, financial, conjugal and domestic
nonentity. The discussion increased in
spirit as the congress proceeded, and
soon the demand for woman's enfranche
ment became fashionable.
Mrs. Potter Palmer, Mrs. Charles
Henroten, Mrs. Governor Eagle, and
Miss Kate Field and Mrs. Sarah II.
Coo;er were among the notables who
came to its standard amid the wildest
Following closely upon the adjourn
ment of the Columbian exposition came
the Colorado election, in which, for the
representation in the government under
which they are taxed. A full convention
and a packed audience greet such notable
speaker as Susan It. Anthony, Dr. May
Putnam Jaeobl, Mrs, Jenny llrook
iireenleaf, I.illie Devereux lilako and
Mary Seymour Howell. One of the
most Impressive s'akers w ho has yet
appeared before the convention is!
Elizabeth Hut rill Curtis, daughter of
the late George William Curtis, of whose
advocacy ot the same measure before
the constitution convention, 22 years
ago, the gifted girl w as a pathetic re
minder. Although, thus far, no "remonstrant"
has raised his voice lfore the conven
tion in an attempt to refute the arguments
of these women and their many gentle
many co-workers, a few profoundly
learned men like, like Matthew Halo
and Walter Besiint, and have lifted their
noes long enough from the depths ol
historic tome to send false alarms and
blow them through the pages of re
nowned reviews. But in doing so they
in every case they have railed out the
wit, wisdom, lore and logic of lady
writers, w hose keenly sharcned ricls
scintillate from facile H'ii-M)ints, and
protie their opponents platitudes as only
pens of women ran.
Society in the city ot New York is all
agog with the spirit of the movement.
Mis. Knssell Sage and Miss Helen Gould
are conspicuous assistants in the women's
campaign. The most spacious private
parlors of Manhattan's upper lendom
are opened freely for the women's meet
ings, The home-builder (dement of
New York are at last awake to the perils
of a one Hexed government. Married
men are slow to incite riots, and thus
endanger the existence of the home
The average lalsir agitator of either sex
is an unmarried nomad. Although a
married woman w ill seldom Incite a riot,
it is well known that when the row is on
she will fight for her starving family like
a tigress defending her cubs.
We believe that the property-holding
home-building men of the country see
now, as never before, the need of the
homekeeping power of women as an
authorized factor in governmental airairs
The spirit of the movement does not
stop with New York or Kansas. The re
publicans of California, by w hat we be
lieve to be a masterly stroke of wise
Iolitic8, have esouscd the equal suffrage
cause, giving it a hearty welcome In their
party platform. But the most significant
sign of progress yet visible in the politi
cal Imminent, is t ne recent action of the
national republican league, which met
in Denver, where, obiedient to the de
mands of women voters, on the free soil
of tho first state of the Union to en
franchise women by the votes of men,
that large and influential body of re pro
scntative republicans declared them
selves in lavor ol the luliest tliscussion
On the Road
Id always at tlio front in races ami reconls, us
well n five iiwnnU ut the Worlil's Fnir. Pronounced
ly ull unprejudiced Kiilcra, Healers untl MeclmnicH to
In) tho lightest. Htrongcst, swiftest, hiiiulsoiiicst ami
U-Ht Itioyelo on ourth. Send for cutologuu, circulars,
FKL'D T. ML'RRILL CYCLE CO.,
HUT Washington btreet, Portland, Oregon.
Nortet njrtstalitiKi Lire Aiuts wanled ererrwiiere.-
''Tciichiii),' is the iinblfst urt, hut the Horriist tnido." I I I
Thirteenth Annual Session
-- STATE NORMAL SCHOOL
A Triiiniiij? School for touchers, theory uud practice combined.
Strong professional course nnd well equipped model school.
Thorough Preparatory and Academic courses.
Normal, Advanced Normal, llusinegs, Music and Art departments.
Light exs'iisc8 hourd and lodgiiife'.btKikH and tuition not above 150
Tho town of Monmouth him a beautiful und healthful locution in tho
very heart of tho Willamette Valley, twelve mile southwest of tho
State Capitol. It has no Saloons.
Tim NoitMAi. School 1ipi.oma knYiti.kh onk to tkacii in any county
intiik Statu witiioct itktiikk kxamination. Graduates command
KXPIiNSKS Tuition jx r term of ten weeks, Normal, $ti 2"; Huh.
Normal, $5 fjti; Commercial, $ii i!.r.
P.OAKD and LOIh;IN(J Board at Normal Dining Hall, 1 : jar
week; furnished roouin, with fire and light, from ! 50 toll 2" per
week; unfurnished rooms 50 cents per week; board and lodging in
private families from :5 00 to U 50 jht week.
Vitality and growth have always charartorued the work of tho
Normal. The coming year promises to bo one of the liest in its
history. Catologuen cheerfully sent on application. Address:
I . h. CAMI JIKMj, President,
. A. AN, Secretary of Faculty.
THE RED FRONT STORES.
High Prices Overthrown!
blue prints, dress
first time in the history, a disfranchised ! of ,iefIIMtion tt(t a , 0f education.
class received enfranchisement through
the voluntary votes of the class already
in possession of the ballot. Wyoming
had set the example by legislative en
actment twenty-four years previously;
and, unlike the men of Washington, her
men were patriotic enough to stand
staunchly by her women voters w hen
she became a state.
A constitutional amendment for grant
ing equal suffrage to women is now pend
ing in Kansas, and the leaders of the
measure have little doubt that the
amendment will be adopted by a large
majority at the coming November elec
tion. The great state of New York is
holding a constitutional convention, and
has its regular equal suffrage days,
devoted to the discussion of the question
before a special suffrage committee,
created for the express purpose of
giving respectful consideration to the
demands of women for their rightful
In proof of its desire for education on the
subject, the league gave eager attention
to a masterly address by Judith Ellen
Foster, president of the national rcpul
lican league of women. The convention
was ended by a grand reception, given at
the Palace hotel in its honor by the
newly made voters of the state of Col
orado, who are the recognized leaders of
As we believe the time has come for
the revival of our work in the Pacific
Northest, we hereby invite the friends of
the movement. toth men and women, to
meet our committee at the parlors of
Mrs. D. H. Duniway, 'M Clay street, on
Saturday of each week, at 'I v. M. where
equal suffrage meetings will lie held reg
ularly until further notice. By order of
Lydia Hunt Kino,
President O. 8. W. 8. A.
Abaoail Scott Duniwav,
Vice-Pres. N. A. W. 8. A.
NOKA 8. BUTTKKKIKLD,
Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair.
C. A YARD. Klegnnt chnllieu, indigo
n ii pr. colored buntings, lb-inch muslin.
Fine 15c. figured mulls 12 yards 1100; 15c. lawns 10c; 25c.
wool chullicH for Kijc; light figured sutteeim cut to 10c; 25c. cashmeres
cut to 15c; a fine assortment of dry goods received just ahead of the
strike; ladies' trimmed huts cut to 1; nil wool clothing going rapidly
it suits; another big lot milk crocks, jars, jugs, etc., 10c. a gal.; 17
lbs. dry gran, sngar 11; ciiMtor machine oil -10c a gallon; binding twine.
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F. C. STREYFFELER,
ORGAN, PIANO AND VOICE CULTURE.
In Oregon City Kvery Saturday. Leave
onlers at Knteriirise ofllce.
418 K. Marlcot H., Portland, Or.
FOR SALE OR TRADE.
7f Tract! of CLACKAMAS FKt'IT LANDS.
(Jood boUMt. burn, etc. Aluo
2 LOTS IN GLADSTONE.
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Repairs on all lands of small machines
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