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MESW DEAL ESTJESAOlSICDmAlESX!
N GLADSTONE PROPER
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TO BE INAUGURATED SEPTEMBER 1st, 1894.
Chance of a Lifetime to Secure a Home-No Humbug!
Everything in perfect good faith. A cut that beats all the cuts. Full announcement next week.
Oregon City Enterprise.
FRIDAY, AUGUST IT, 1N4.
ORKUON CITY OFFICERS
JJiyor, - - H!rm Straight
B"Cinter. - L. L. Firtf r
Cu'ef o( Police ... C. K. Burn.
Anxotor. - K 8 Call
TroMiirer. R- U Hitlinan
Cfy Attorney. - - E. F. lricn
8twl Commiwloner. C. Bahcook. Jr.
8iii't.o( M aier Works, W. H. Hnwvll
City Cidnm, ... r. Ktimairtt
Ouuncilmen C. 0. Allirleht. Jr., H. L. Kelly. C.
K. tirevnnau. J J. Cooke. B F. J u tr, 11.
C. 8leven, Oo, Broinrhloo, M. Howell
minell mwilm Wednesday of etch month
in city bull.
Hereafter no legal advertisement will
be inserted in the Kyteriwsb unless
payment for the 'same is made at the
time the atlVlavit of publication is ren
dVred. This rule will be imperative and
dtnj-beut litigants, who make it a prac
tice of working the courts, lawyers and
nwRpaper8 will have to look to some
other paoer to get their notice published.
SPRAY OF THE FALLS.
iTices tl.e lowest Red Front Stores.
I want a few good farm loans.
W H. BlRC.HARDT.
Cocoa-Ci'ffc is a great winner. Try
it. E, E. Williams, The Grocer.
The home of R irney Dolan was glad
dened on the fourth by the advent of a
Every pnrcliaser of a lot in Bolton has
a change to secure free of cost a beauti
Institu tions in swimming to ladies
and children free at Capt. Bundy's bath
bouse, foot Eleventh street.
" 'Wecarrrthe best tine of confection
ery, frui'i and nuts in the city.
E. E. Williams, The Grocer.
Justice blanks, real estate blanks, and
all other blanks at the Enterprise of
fice. Portland prices.
Burmeister & Andresen keep a fine
assortment of strings for tbe banjo, vio
lin, guitar and mandolin.
For this month only Ballomy & Buscb
will sell j!ly glasses with heavy tin
covers for ." cents per dozen.
Mr. Hunufin has purchased the house
and lot i Julio Fierce on lower Four
teenth sf-cet and will at once move into
Kimball organs are admitted to be the
sweetest toned and most durable organ
made. See Burmeister & Andresen
about prices and terms.
Look out next week for ax AN
nouncement extraordinary in glad
btone property. the hasdsome8t
suM-'hb of Portland and Oregon City.
Notice was received of the death, on
July 21st, of Dr M. P. Phinney of Pu
laski. Illinois, a brother of Mrs. L. II.
Andrews and Mrs. W. H. Procter.
Beginning Sept. 1st. II. E. Cross
WILL INAl'Ul'RATE A SPECIAL BALE OF
Gladstonh PROPERTY THAT WILL IN ITS
EXTRAORDINARY INDUCEMENT ECLIPSE ANY
THING HERETOFORE ATTEMPTED IN ORE
Patronize home institutions, buy your
groceries of Marr & Robertson. Every
Uiing in the line of fancy or staple gro
ceries. Orders called for and delivered.
"Wonders of the World's Fair" free of
expense. Every purchase of $3.50 se
cures one portfolio. tf.
Parker, the original clean towel man,
don't pretend to give the correct time,
as any one can do that for a dollar a
month, but he does give tbe correct
thing in all tonsorial matters, which is of
vastly more importance. Remember,
clean towel, correct style Parker, the
The Fourth quarterly meeting of the
Viola Methodist circiut will be held at
Zion, August 18 and 19. Tier. M. C.
Wire, D.D., will preach at 2:30 P. M.
Saturday, August 18 and 11:00 A. M.
Sunday, August 19. Mr. Daniel Purcell
will preach at 8 P. M. Saturday August
On Tuesday evening Mr. F. C. Tierce
and Miss Lizzie E. Ely were married by
Rev. G. Wm. Giboney at the residence
of the officiating minister. The young
couple are well known in the southern
part of the city where the biide has al
ways lived and have the best wishes of
a large circle of friends. They expect
to leave with Geo. C. Ely for California
about the 2Gth of the month with the
expectation of making that state their
D. Zimmerman, the Needy tanner,
was in town Wednesday.
I Wade II. Spencer was down to St.
Helens the first of the week on business,
j Mrs. Geo. Fuchs, of Portland was in
the city the first of the week visiting
Peter Sehren and family have gone to
Long Beach fur an outing to be absent
a week or more.
Miss Betta Fouts has been enjoying an
outing for the past two weeks out at tiie
home of Geo. Spees.
Mrs. Edward Harrington and daughter
Minnie were visiting relatives in town
Monday and Tuesday.
Miss Winnie Williams returned on
Tuesday from a several weeks visit with
relatives at Newberg.
Mrs. J. M. Lawrence who has been
visiting friends at McMinnville returned
on Tuesday evening.
Miss Azalie Cochrane intends leaving
Sunday evening for Clatsop where she
will be the guest of Mrs. Stanley,
Clyde Huntley has gone to Long Beach
a week's respite from the cares of the
drug store, while he enjoys old ocean's
M. A. Magone and Chas. J. Parker were
intending to siart Wednesday evening
for a week's camping at the Clackamas
Miss Matilda Gurnett has been visit
ing her brother in this city the past week
accompanied by Miss Bessie Wilson of
W. A. Cleland and Geo D. Young of
Port In ml called on Monday on their
way home from a hunting trip up the
E. R. Charman and his wife returned
from Newport on Tuesday his health
having been much improved by the sea
air and diet.
Barry Eastham and Rea Norris rode
their ponies out to Alderlea Saturday
evening and spent the following day
with Lee Harding.
Mrs. F. R. Andrews and family and L.
C. Caples and family left early Tuesday
morning for Salmon River to fish and
enjoy a pleasant outing.
E. E. Charman, wife and daughter
June let ou Wednesday for Newport
where they expect to have a pleasant
time eating rock oysters and bathiDg in
C. M. Fouts, a brother of Cfty Recor
der Fouts was in the city on Monday
visiting his brother and other numerous
old time friends. He is now living at
Edward Story, Misses Anna Story,
Helen Taylor and Myrtle Taylor left
Monday evening for Ovsterville to enjoy
a week or ten days outing and to attend
the Baptist meetings held at that place.
Jim Church returned on Tuesday from
camp at Echo Lake where he left the
McBride party enjoying a tine time, al
though no attempt had been made to as
cend Mt. St. Helens prior to his leaving.
Miss Amy Kelly and Roy went to Tin
kers on Long Beach Thursday evening to
make ready a cottage which they have
rented there for a few weeks. She will
be joined there by her sisters. Misses
May and Mina who are now visiting in
Mrs. T. A. Pope, accompanied by her
daughters Etta and Laura and by Miss
Mamie Charman and Miss Florence
Morey, spent Tuesday out at Camp Al
derlea where they enjoyed a most pleasant
day with Mrs. G. A. Harding and Mrs.
F. R. Charman.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Lewthwaite ar
rived home from their wedding trip to
the coast on Wednesday and have taken
rooms at Mrs. Barlow's where they in
tend boarding till the cottage occupied
by Otto F. Olsen is vacated when they
expect to begin housekeeping.
On Tuesday Gordon Williams who has
been quite a favorite witb the young peo
ple around town surprised his friends by
bidding them goodbye preparatory to
leaving the same evening for San Fran
cisco. He left on his salety intending
to cover at least a part of the distance
on his wheel.
J. 8. Purdom's mother, who has been
visiting him for awhile back, received a
telegram fioin her home at Albany on
Tuesday stating that a brother whom she
had not seen since 1858 had arrived to
visit her. She could hardly wait for the
arrival of the evening train so anxious
was she to get away to see her brother.
A report ot the whippingof hiseloNen
year old girl by a mnn named Briscoe
in the Smmysido neighborhood and a
anbmitient attack by him upon A. Hun
ter and N. Becker as they were return
ing from Portland, was sent in bv our
Sunnyside correspondent, but as Briscoe
appeared before Justice Dixon Wednes
day and filed a complaint agiiinst Messrs
Hunter and Becker for assault and then
hail them arrested, the trial to come oil"
Monday, the account of the atlair is
omitted till, the evidence has been heard
and passed upon by the court. From
the appearance of Mr Hunter's face and
clothes when he was in with Mr. Becker
Wednesday to give bonds, Briscoe, had
got the lies! of the tight, as he had, it is
said, used both a rock and his teeth.
During the mxin hour Wednesday
the tlrehell pealed forth a note ot alarm
and soon the three companies under the
bluff were speeding away toward tbe
Oregon City Laundry, upon the roof of
hich the fire was just getting a good
start when discovered and the alarm
given. By the time the water waa
turned on the blaze it had covered a sec
tiou of the roof aliotit six feet inure.
but itha goodly supply of water it
! was speedily extinguished with damage
not exceeding five dollars.
From the sightly residence of W. P.
Hawley on the west side of the river
there is a magnificent view of tho falls,
and in order to afford her friends the
pleasure of a fine view of the illumina
tion on Tuesday evening, Mrs. Hawley
invited a party of them to her home on
that evening. After viewing the fine
illumination the evening was spent very
pleasantly in asocial way. Delicate and
delicious refreshments added largely to
the enjoyment of the occasion.
Last Saturday morning a defective
flue at the old Barlow house, which is
now occupied as a rooming house by
George 11. Hanegan, caused it to take
fire, but before it had gained any head
way, the alarm had been given and the
fireboys were on the ground with the
apparatus and water and had the fire
out, with damages not to exceed five
dollars, thus proving again that it pays
to have good fire companies and appa
ratus. The next meeting of the Teachers'
Association will be held at Highland,
August 25th. It is to be hoed that
the teachers will attend this meeting.
The Association baa never yet held a
meeting at Highland, and the good peo
ple of that vicinitv should not be disap
pointed. This meeting should be made
a success. An interesting program has
been prepared for tbe day.
The family ef John fwrco who for sev
eral years have been living in the lower
part of town left on Wednesday for Eng
land from which country they caiuetothis
country a number of years ago. . They
leave many warm friends here who are
sorry to have them leave.
Gladstone is really a part of Ore
gon city. Its level contour, fhkhii
mountain water, and splendid loca
tion, MARK IT AS A FAVORED LOCATION
FOR A CITY OF ELEGANT HOMES. EXTRA
ORDINARY SALE ANNOUNCED NEXT WEEK.
Rev. G. W. Giboney. Rev. Gabriel
Sykes, Rev, W. L. Mollov and D. F.
May left Wednesday for the headwaters
of the Molalla for a few days fishing.
T. L. Charman is assisting in the City
Drug store while his brother, E. E., is
away at the coast. It looks natural to
see him behind the counter there.
I have a few customers for small farms
well improved and desirably situated.
Call in and list what you have for sale
witb me. Wadk H. Si'enckb.
Receipt, note and order books at the
Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair.
0" f SI
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No Alum.
Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard
Ti:e .New Power Station.
At lust after many months of backsets
and illlliciillics too Humorous to mention
the Electric Company find themselves
woiking clise to bedrock In the hold
where tliey are delving to get tho foun
dation for their great Hwer fetation,
which is to be tho second largest in the
United States, that at Niagara aloiiu
At last the conditions have Wn fv
oralilo and good use has been made of
the opiHirtunity and with only about
three feet In the tlooxat parts of tho
hole into which thousands of dollar
have been poured, tho men are. now busy
scraping the bed rock or close to it to
get away the last particle oftefuse mat
ter so as to secure a substantial founda
tion on bedrock for tho cement of which
the massive walls are being constructed,
one section now being up. It is ex
pected that by Saturday at the latest
another section of the euicrete wall can
lie put in and that after that part of the
work once begins there w ill be no oc
casion to stop till tho wall is completed
and ready for the heavy machinery.
Certain it is that the company has the
water under control with pumping capac
ity to spare.
At the south end of the nite where a
section of tho wall is already completed, j
up to the hue where it is necessary to
begin setting tho machinery a force of
men are busily engaged with a huge
movable crane lifting tho ponderous
pieces of iron and steel and getting them
In place on tho said foundation of con
crete. It is now only a question of a
abort time till work will be aliove the
troubles incident to high waters, when
it will be an easy matter to complete the
A Xoonllglit Hide.
A party of young folks chartered the
tug Cygnut and went down to Morey'
Park, Thursday evening where a most
enjoyable time was bad. The evening
was spent in a literarv way. Miss Hade
Chase's recitation, "The Moon," was
very wall delivered. Refreshment were
seryed. Among those present were
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Williams, Misses
Greta Strickler, of Salem ; Bertha Barin,
of Portland; Annie Dolan, Sade Chase,
Pauline Camplxdl, Vara Pillsbury, Ina
Chase, Florence Morey, Helen Eastham,
Vara Cautleld ; Messrs. II . Stevens, J.
Shaw, F. B. Hedges, L. Kelly, C.
Campbell, C. Wilson, J. Lewthwaite,
C. A. Purdom, Barry Eastham, and
That ne at residence which Murray A
Morrison, the architects, are erecting
for L. G. Gurnett near the pulp mill
club house is beginning to show off to
good advantage. It will be a neat home
On Wednesday evening the lawn about
the Catholic church was brightly illumin
ated and a large company gathered for a
social visit with cool refreshments to
please the inner man .
Rev. II. L. Barkley, V. 1)., of the Uni
ted Brethren church, will preach on the
hill on tbe evening of the 24th.
Hon. C. B Smith and wife of Eagle
Creek were in the city o t Wednesday.
Sixteen head of sheep marked with
black spot on top of rump. Ixst be
tween Harlow and Oregon City. The
finder will be suitably rewarded.
lm W. W. Ikwik.
Fresh candy is always much nicer
than stale imported stock and the
Novelty candy works attribute to that
fact their unprecedented success and
the great demand for their fine randies.
Cocoa-Coffee is a nutrious food as well
as a delicious beverage.
E. E. Williams, The Grocer.
and similar annoyances are caused
by an impure blood, which will
result In a more dreaded disease.
Unless removed, slight impurities
will develop Into Scrofula, lkc
ma, Salt Khcum and other serious
I have for mm time been
uttrrrr I r u m a ftxwre
blond tlolibk, (or whkh 1
look mnv nuimtlet that
Jul nvo no good. I have
now tiikpr ItMir bottloa of
r7-ST9 with the nmatwendeffulieaullf
IrBJrTj Am noymg tit bnt hrallh I
tm ktMW, ltae gained ttnty
pounds and my frtenrit tar tliey never uw
nie at well. 1 am Irrltmt quite likn now
nun. John ,s. KhKI.IN,
CavmaMni roiimim.. wuia0iw.u. C.
Our Tiratiw on Blood and S kin Dim it
nwiird Irne tu any adtlivM.
SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. Atlanta. Gi.
FOR SALE OR TRADE.
Ff Trerta of CLACKAMAS FHI'IT l.ANI'H.
I (mmm! limine. Iiartt, eto. Alio
2 1.(1 IS I.N UI.AIiHToSK
J. K liltooU, Park PUre. Orviton.
la always at the front in racm and records, an
well hh five awards at tlio World's, Fair. I'ronuiiniM'd
by all unprejudiced Riders, Dealer and Mechanic to
Im) tho lighted, strongust, swiftcnt, handsomest and
liest Bicycle on earth. Sund fur catalogue, circulars,
FRED T. MERRILL CYCLE CO.,
827 Washington t red, P.irtlvi I. Oro gun
Hortiwcst reoreseaiatiTcs. Lire Azeats wanted eTerrwttere.
"Teaching is tho imblent art, hut the sorriest trade."
Thirteenth Annual Session
-- STATE NORMAL SCHOOL -
A Training School for teachers, theory ami practice combined.
Strong professional course and well equipped model chool.
Thorough Preparatory and Academic courses.
Normal, Advanced Normal, Busi iichh, Music and Art department.
Light ex peiiHc hoard and lodging.hook and tuition not alsivo $150
Tho town of Monmouth has a heautiful and healthful location in tho
very heart of tho Willamctto Valley, twelve mile outhwet of tho
State Capitol. It has no Saloon.
The Nohmai. School J)ipi,oma kntiti.kh onk to tkacii in any county
in tiik Statk witiioit klhtiiku kxamination. Graduate command
EXPKNSKS Tuition cr term of ten weeks, Normal, ! 2."; Suh
Normal, 5 00; Commercial, (i 25.
HOARD and LODGING Hoard at Normal Dining Hall, 1 75 jsr
week; furnished room, with firo and light, from if I CO toll 25 pr
week; unfurnished rooms 50 cent per week; hoard and lodging in
private familios from 13 (X) to fr.l 50 per week.
Vitality and growth have always characterized tho work of tho
Normal. Tho coming year promise to ho one of tho hest in its
history. Catalogue cheerfully sent on application. Address:
P. L. CAMPBELL, President, or
W. A. WANN, Secretary of Faculty.
. THE RED FRONT STORES.
NEW GOODS: Bahie shoes, well made, 25c; men's tennis shoe 70c;
ladies' dongola patent tip or plain, a 2 shoo for $1.50; 10c rihhed tap
socks for 5c; 75c halhriggan underwear to close at 4!)c; boy' wool hats
15c, 35c and up; from factory a fine lot umbrella, hest and cheapest;
LL muslin 5c yd; hoavy shirting, extra width, 10c yd; alarm clocks S)9c;
needles paper lc; cottonado pant good 20c yd; Misse' black gloves
10c: ladie black lislo mitt two pair for 25c.
KUDUUIU: Mulls to 7c, challies to 4Jc yd, ladies old shape straw
hats to 10c, child' laco shoe 5()c.
GROCERIES: 16 lbs. dry gran, sugar $1; flour $2.75 barrel; city
shorts 70c; plums, prune and raisins 5c; milk crocks, jugs, jars, 10c a
gallon; binding twino 10c lb; West Virginia oil 25c gal; also boiled oil,
harness oil, castor oil, paints, doors, etc., reduced
TKADE FOR PKODUCE OF ALL KINDS.
Oregon City and Park Place, Or.
F. C. STREYFFELER,
TIC AC HICK
ORGAN, HAND AND VOICE CULTURE.
In Oregon City Every Saturday. Leave
orders at Enterprise plllc.
m E. Market St., Portland, Or.
K I'uBliIti 'm,v..tr oftfiMM, Ail-
l.ltunM RMinry nil rirupi iiui
wrrkiy. iVnuiiiPtil .nHlnU
lUtoniM II HUH,
( ll,, Miraitrynti'ii, t'ortUtKt, Orrgoii
A. W. SCHWAN,
Manufacturer of all kinds of
Tin, Socet Iron mid
Metal Hooting, SiMiuling, Fur
nace Work, Plumbing it
Simp iii-iir Southern Pacific Depnt.
On the Road