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Oregon City Enterprise.
FRIDAY, FKBP.UARY 15, ISU5.
Mayor, - - Hiram Straight
liwonlcr. L U Hurler
Chief ol Pglte - Ckaa. K. Riirn
tiKw, k s cim
TrtNUinwr. B- I Hotmail
qtty attorney, - K. F. Drlaaa
Hunt of Water Worka. W. li. Howfll
Cnr Kiurintcr.. D. Klnnalrd
Ccuncilmen 1(. C. 8teen. leo. Hmiuhlon.
J J. Conk. BenJ. Jaatar. Murk Howell, U
L Porter. Henry MeMrum, J. W. Mottatt.
uwincll meet Bra edneita of each month
In oily kail.
Hereafter no leirnl mlvertisement will
be inserted in the Entkrihiss untes
ptyiuent for the same is made at the
time the affidavit of publication U ren
dered. This rule will be imperative and
dead-beat litigants, who nrnke it a practice-
of working the courts, lawyers and
newspapers will have to look to some
other paner to get their notii piiMishtit.
SPRAY OF THE FALLS.
Pickle pigs feet,
; Saner kraut,
In bulk or in bottles,
K. E. Williams, the grow.
Wood wanted at once this office.
Watch for Botany Bay at Shivety'a
"Evaneeline" at the Congregational
church March 1st.
, If yoa don't see what you want ask for
it at the Racket store.
. Imperial Egg Food will make your
fcena lay. E. E. Williams, the grocer.
' Ladies' hair dressing at the Queen
shaving parlors, opp. Charman drug store
Five cents per pound will be pnid
for clean white cotton rags at this office.
Frertag's appetizing pickle can be had
at the Corner grocery. Best in the
Born, to the wife of L. W. Davis on
Sunday, February 10, a ten pound boy.
Mother and child doing well.
Botany Bay at Shively's.
Most people can not afford to experi
snent. They want immediate relief.
That's why they use One Minute Cough
Oysters, wholesale or retail, to families
and parties. Also served in any style,
freah and palatable at the Portland res
taurant. Hair pins one penny to 15 cents each.
Metal, rubber, celluloid, born or imita
tion tortoie shell, at the Rackett store.
Beet goods for the money in town.
Drs. Hickey & Hickey will be here
Friday and Saturday of each week at
Boom 6. Electric hotel. Home office
117 and 118. Dekum block, Portland.
House and three lots for sale in Falls
View addition to Oregon City. Fruit
tree, well, barn, etc. ; nice bouse. Will
be aold cheap. Marr A Robertson, 7th
and Center streets. tf
Mra E. N. Taylor, of 413 River street,
Manistee, Michigan, testified to her be
lief in 8tcedman'a Soothing Powders by
writing all the way to Englahd for a
For footwear you can get babys' shoes
at 25 cts ; ladies coarse shoes at 89 cts ;
men's boots at $1 75. or you can get the
beat grade of eoods made at bottom
prices at the Red Front.
White Bros, completed for A L. Put
rowan addition to the house on Jeffer
son and Tenth street orcunied by Capt.
A; B. Graham. A bathroom and a com
modious closet were among the improve
Jumbo, whose other name was long
since lost, who was well known in this
eity several years ago, he having been
' engaged in the restaurant business, is
bow living in Roseburg where he is con
ducting one ot the leading restaurants
in that citv.
Why is it that the Seventh street pho
tograph gallery bas all the business?
Because the photographer asks no per
son to accept pictures unless satisfied
and makes a first class cabinet photo for
$150 per dozen and gives a life size
crayon with every dozen pictures for 2
extra. No extra charge for groups.
This offer is good for 20 days.
Ladies fine shoes at $1.50 to $2, usually
fel velvety, being sheep. An Eastern
factory mades a good dongoia shoe for
cash trade. These shoes nre eood wear
ers, bave patent tip square or opera toe,
Are neat and stylish and cost only $1.50
At Tbe Red Front. Same, in oxfords at
Oayid Penman, of Nsw Era, em
ployed on the steamer Salem, had a
close call from a watery grave in Port
land recently. He was on the after
guard making the line fast to the dock
at which the boat was landing, when the
th boat's life line broke, causing him to
(all into the river. As it was pitch
4ark and the current swift, he had a
hard time to get to a piling and hang on
-until rescued by bis fellow boatmen.
(I lie Notes.
A fraternal visit was paid Wednesday
evening by a number of the iiiemlers of
Clackamas Chapter No. 3 R. A. M. to
Washington Chapter No. 18 of Portland.
Woik in the K. A. degree) was carried
out, the exeroUos closing with a banquet
in honor of the visiting members. The
visitors frvm this .chapter were Dr. W.
E.Carl!, U.S. Strang, J. H. Walker,
T. F. Ryan, A. W. France, Thos. Camp
hell, W. T Whitloek. U. L. Uray, C. A.
HeriiMim, M K. Bain, B. S. Uollomy
and U.ipt. J. W. tianong.
' A. hiih lo(ge No. 38 K. of P. bus been
undergoing a little renovating of late
and few has its membership in active
workii g onler. Several applications for
inemlx-rship are In and the lodge bids
fair to have a season of renewed prosper
ity. At the n.eeting last Monday the
hmiiimI installation ol officers took place.
Tle following members are to occupy
I the pit of honor within the lodge dur
ing the year ISM: R. L. Greaves, M.
W., E. E. Sommer, chancelor com
mander; J. T. Lynch, viee-chaneelor;
II. J. Thorne. prelate; C. M. West,
master of anus; II. L. Schiller, keeper
oi records and seals; C. Hoberg, master
of fioann; R. L, llolman, inside guard;
W. J. Wilson, outside guard; K. D.
The Woodmen to still further stimu
late the giowth of their lodge at their
?.... T.......I.. a..a.i!in. wnl.it It
itive to the member who brought in five
applications during the next three
months a $5.00 gold badge of the order.
To the one wno brought in ten new
members a badge to cost $10. It Is ex
peeled this will prove a stronu incentive
to fie niemiwrg to gt in and push the
work of the order. On Thursday even
ing of this week the lodge gives a basket
social to its members and their families.
In addition to the refreshments a
social program will be carried out,
the object ling to build up a closer
feel, nit of fellowship between the mem
bers of the lodge.
The EsTKKPRisi has to acknowledge
that it is not up in church elections and
the Kilitic pertaining thereto and as a
consequenee made a slight error in giv
ing the election returns for the Congrega
tional Sunday school in last week's issae.
The following correction has been handed
in for the pnrpose ot dispelling any re
flections thnt may be made on Mr.
Perley Andrews, one of the candidates
for the office of superintendent: "The
correspondent on Congregational church
work made a slight error last week in
reporting that the Sunday school on the
previous Suadxy elected C. II. Dye
surintendfnt, Perley Andrews assist
ant superintendent. The Sundav school
can nominate hut has not the power to
elect. The Sunday school nominated
Perlev Andrews for superintendent and
the church elected C. H. Dye and he
llointd Perley Andrews for his assist
For the rr f of a building to catch on
fire from a spaik from tbe chimney dur
ing the winter or rather rainy season in
Oregon, is onaccountaole to a tender
foot and i must be admitted is rather
unusual even to a webfoot. But such an
event took place last Sunday when the
dwelling of Mrs. Draper on Eleventh
and Jeffer-on streets Caught fire and was
proceeeing to make a lively blaze when
discovered. A tew buckets of water
stopped it with no serious damage done.
A heavy coating of moss, the dry east
wind and the sunshine were the three
factors to aid the little spark to get In
A. Dntcher is hniidingon the west bank
of the river below the suspension bridge
a scow for the Crown Paper Co. It will
be 2fx28 feet in size, and will be used by
the paper company to catch the wood in
from their chute across the canal. This
method of handling their wood is made
necessary t y the widening of the canal
taking up the space heretofore occupied
by the wood yard With the scow the
wood will tie transfered direct to the
furnace room of the mills.
The Kermesse e.gar is a decided suc
cess. Ten cents value for five cents cash.
.. E. Williams, the grocer.
Diversified farming is becoming more
of the rule among the farms of this
county each year. Mr. John Moehnke,
a Beaver Creek farmer, has extended
the list of ci ops grown on his place and
on Monday was in Oregon City with a
wagon h'ad of peas which he bad no
difficult) in selliig for a dollar per bushel.
As he raise,) tweri'y bushels to the acre
the peas were one of his best paying
The Maple f.ane school imder the
direction of the teacher, E. M. Ward
will give an entertainment at the school
house on Friday evening, February 22.
An interee'ing program has been pre
pared, Supt. Gibson making the opening
address. All are cordially invited to
Mr. and Mrs C. O. T. Williams were
pleasantly surpr sed by a number of
friends at their home in this city, the
occasion being the anniversary of their
25 or silver wedding. Refreshments
wete served during ibe evening.
Appetite and sleep may be improved,
every part of the system strengthened
and the animal "pints .regain their
huoyancv by the use of Dr. J. H. Mc
Lean's Strengthening Cordial and Blood
Purifier. For sale by C. G. Huntley,
Capt. J. W, Gaining, of Portland, was
In the city last Sunday.
Mrs. J. U. Pilsbury la in Portland
visiting her daughter, Mrs. A. Thomas.
R.W.Zimmerman, proprietor of tho
Needy tannery, was in Oregon City
K. L. Trullingerof Union Mills was in
tho city Moiuky on his way to Portland
on a business trip.
W. H. Bnrghanlt made a tripto Sandy
last week on some real estate matters
in which he is Interested.
J, U. CampWIl was In Oswego Wed
nesday as attorney in a caao in Justice
Haines' court at that place.
Judge T. A. McBride will leave on
Sunday for Astoria w here ho will con
vene court for Clatsop county on Monday.
Chas. F. Wagner, clerk of the Wilson
villa school district, was In the county
seat Monday on business w ith School
W. W. May, of Cams, an old time
subscriber to the Entkri-risk, was In
the city Wednesday and made this of
fice a pleasant call.
Senator A. P. Price, representing
Umatilla countv in the legislature, sjient
Ust Sunday in Oregon City, the guest ol
his old friend, D. H. Glass.
Chas. Holman, whom we all expect to
see made our next state food commis
sioner, was in Oregon City Saturday
from his Meadow Brook farm.
Mrs .Geo. Rinearson with baby Kineai
son and accompanied by her little sister,
Irene McCown, left Wednesday for a
two week's visit with relatives at Waits
Rev. Gilmau Parker, of this city and
state missionary tor the Baptist church,
is now in Eastern Oregon and last Sun
day conducted services in the Baptist
church in Baker City.
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Williams left
Saturday for a weeks visit with Capt.
and Mrs. Exon. of Dayton. Oregon,
Mrs. Exon being a sister f Mrs. Wil
liams. 0car B. Hayter, the efficient clerk of
the Clackamas Abstract A Trust Co.,
has returned to this city from bis home
in Dallas, Polk county, after an enforced
absence of several weeks caused by
chronic throat troubles.
Major J. 8. Rinearson, an old time
resident of Oregon City and one of Ore
gon's pioneers, was up from his home
on the lower Columbia near Rainier, dur
ing the latter part of the week on a busi
ness and pleasure trip. While here the
Major called on many of his old acquaint
ances and renewed the friendship of long
The law firms of Oregon City have
been undergoing some changes In per
sonnel and offices during the week. The
firm of Driggs A Gritffih has dissolved,
Mr. Driggs continuing the business In
the Caufield block. Mr. Griffith enters
the law firm of O'Neill, Hedges A
Thompson, who have moved their office
to the Barkley block, where they have a
suite of three fine rooms. Mr. Griffith
has proved himself to be a young man
of ability and industry and his admit
tance as an equal partner to this firm is
a deserving compliment to him.
Justice Dixon's court was orcunied
the greater part of Tuesday and Wed
nesday with a suit brought by Murray
A Morrison against C. P. Thore. The
dispute was as to the terms of settlement
between the parties, Murray A Morrison
having built a house for Mr. Thore in
Willamette Falls last Summer and
claimed a balance due them. Tin Jury
gave them a verdict for $75.
Rev. J. C. Read, whose bold attempt
to rob a Portland bank was mentioned
in last week's Entrrpbisi, had his pre
liminary examination in Portland last
Thursday and pleading guilty was bound
over to appear before the grand jury.
He is yet in jail not being able to give
the bonds required.
The following marriage license were
granted during the week by County
Clerk Horton: Fmilie Burkhardt and
C. 8. Am old, Nellie M. Olds and Geo.
M. Stark, Effiie E. Shibley and James
Dubois, Delia E. Garrison and II. F.
Yergen, Minnie McFee and Gilbert C.
The Smyrna correspondent for the
Entkrprise announces that Miss Kdith
liardesty has been appointed post
master for Needy. Miss Hardesty is a
bright young lady and fully competent
to fill the position and will doubtless
give satisfaction to the patrons of the
Married, at the residence of the bride's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Olds, in
Sunset, on Thursday, February 7, 18115,
George M. Stark, of Marion county, and
Miss Nellie M. Olds, Rev. Isaac Dawson
officiating. The young couple will make
their future home at Shoalwatcr bay,
As the Entkbpbisk goes to press word
comes from Salem that Senator Browned
by securing a suspension of the rules had
the new charter for Oregon City passed
by the senate.
Hon. Thos. Buckner, representative
for Coos chuntv in the legislature, spent
last Sunday in this city the guest of E.
Yucca Root toilet soap will not thap
the hands or tace.
E. E. Williams, the grocer.
The regular quarterly examination ol
Clackamas county commenced at tho
county court room at 1 o'clock p. in.,
Wednesday with a very large attendance
of teachers. Supt. Gibson Is assisted
in his work by Mrs. Gibson and Geo,
L, Story Tint following Is a list ol
those taking the examination : Mario
White, U P. Low, Nannie Wilkinson,
Arthur llohlen, Amos Gard, John Gard,
M. Alex Lehman, Ctiiis. Rutherford,
II. 8, Morrison, W. K. Young, ' Rolwrt
Ginther, Alice. Ale Arthur, Minn In Mu
Unlock, Aletha Phelps, Mary Davis, C,
E. Miuier Roy Groavea, V. 1. Schubert
C. K. Barney, H. E. Willis, 0. D. Ely,
Mrs. Lavella Marshall, W. Gilbert
Heattie, Lucy K. Wheeler, Kale Mlley,
Belle Joi.es, Mrs. F. II. Morrison,
Birdie Galentine, HiUtie Giuther, lVn-
nis Boyles, Johanna Peters, Eugenia
Shelby, Pearl Cosper, Iae Rogers, Al
vina Lee, Mahlon Moran; Misa Amy
Taylor is taking the examination for a
state certificate and Miss Maggie Wil
limns, T. J Gary and F. M. Dulling are
applying for state diplomat.
Drs. Carll and Summer moved Into
(heir new offices in the Barclay block
Thursday whine they have a suite of
line riHims. Their mum office and con
sulting and oixTnting rooms aro marvels
of convenience and taste in (iirnishingsi
The lloois are hard-wood finely pol
ished and the ceilings are beautifully
decorated with hand fresco work by one
of the best artists in Portland. A lire-
place lends cheerfulness and comfort to
the reception room. The other two
rooms will be used for sleeping apart
ments by the doctors. Drs. Carll and
Sommer have offices that they may well
be proud of.
The following i the list of letter remain
ing In the iKt office at Oregon City, Oregon
2 P. M., February IS. lHJlft:
Aklni, Mr Mack. W A
Anderson, Amlra Morey. Hlellman
IVautiian, A Roberta. R N
lioumla and Wheeler K-heir, W li
Carletl, Kotit Samliiian. A
Frieae. C J Smith, J it and A M
Premier, V 11-2 Tvarks, M
Hoffman Mr aisrs, (ieo
Akinn, Mrs 8 Krant, Mail
U..1.I.. U.P ll.rri. Ml.. MO
Ifrviuui. .... .... . ...
Campbell, Mantis Ijiughlin. Mrs M
( handler. Jennie Moore, jura .n u
f'.u.t I BMP. MiiAMCM Antile
Cotlman. MraO W Watera, Una
Hiinii, w K wniie, twirma
Kilily, l'hebs Wood, Kdna
If called (oratate when advertised.
8. K. (iKKKN, P. M.
Watch for Botany Bay at Khively'a.
Make no Mistake.
By dispelling the symntoms so often
taken for Consumption. Santa Abie
has brought gladness to many a house
hold. By its prompt use (or breaking
up the cold that so often develops Into
that fatal disease, thousands can lie
saved from an untimely grave. You
make no mistake by keeping a bottle of
this pleasant remedy in your house.
California Cat-R Cure fs equally effect
ive in eradicating all traces of Nasal
Catarrh. Both of these wonderful Cal
ifornia remedies are sold and warranted
by C. G. Huntley. 50 cents and $1.00 a
package, 3 for $2.50
Frequently accidents occur in the
household which causes burns, cuts,
sprains and bruises; fur use In such
cases Dr. J. II. McLean's Volcanic Oil
Liniment has for many years been the
constant favorite family remedy. For
sale by C. G. Huntley, druggist.
Yucca Root toilet soap will not chap
the hands or face.
K. K. Williams, the grocer.
A toilet soap made by a new process
from the Mexican soap root without the
use ot any animal fat. Has been used
by the Spaniards and Mexicans in its
crude state lor general ions. An abso
lutely pure article.
E. E. Williams, the grocer.
Maiimot, Feb. 11. This morning Mr.
Phillip Mooro'i house raiiKlit tire from the
chimney, and bemuse the d ry east, wind
was blowing a gale the buil'IfiiK was in a
few mlniitea tntircl) di-Hlroyeil. The old
mnn, who la barely able to gi-t around,
grabbed a straw lick and a couplo of old
blankets, all Unit he saved. He never
thought of tryinir to save hi papers anil
other valuables, lie was well mipplled with
all kinds of provMmis. Mr. Mnorelsone
of the oldest pioneers of this section and
most everybody who came over the old
Harlow road will remember blm.
Highest Honors World' Pair.
MOST PERFECT MADE
K pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Ptes
iom Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant.
40 YEARS THE STAN DA RU
NEW LOT OUTINGS,
Calicoes, Muslins, Shoos Etc.
.v. i ,,n ii o n I ... I u 111 lKu Arv irrilll. SIlL'lir. '20 111.
extra C, 20 H'M. Prunes, apples or
salt meat, 18 yd. calx,t w., 20
buy a pair good oxfords uHt.ally
UHUHlly f l.oo. Anothor BlilpmiMii, lames tuiiig. i ,
valuo forll..r0, broken lots hIioch at cost or Iohh; boy or turn h warran
ted plows n..r0 and ll.a:.; ladio- heavy (dipiier cut to 4.ki.; steel wire,
.ail ft oM t 'im kotf. or !!: llm. 1.(0: 10 to 2D penny 2.2.) keg, or
40 llm. 11.00; !W to liO rnny 2.00,
...Red Front Store...
assortment of fashionable jewclery and silverwaro is very complete
IiUKMICIMTKU A ANDHICHKN.
Qregon Picture Frame
Makes a Specialty of Manufacturing
Mouldings . . .
and picture Frames
New and Novel Designs
A Dollar 8avcd
Is a Dollar earned.
Buy Your Groceries
where You can get
them tho Cheapest.
All New, Fresh
Selected Stock of
the Best Quality in
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for
the county of OUckamas.
Adam Andre, plaintiff, yi. C. H. Andre, defend
ant. To C. M. Andre, aald defendant:
In the uame of the Stale of Oregon, you are
hereby required to appearand an.wer the com
plaint filed aaalnat you In the almve-eutltled
suit In laid court 011 the first day of a term
thereof to be begun and held next after alx
weeks from the nubllcullon of this lutnniona.
namely, on the l!Uh day of April, INUfl. And If
you full ao to appear aud answer, for want
thereof, the plalmlir will apply to the court for
the relief demanded In the complaint herein,
whloh la for the dissolution of the marriage
contract now aiihslstlng between .aid parties,
and for auch other equitable relief aa prayed
lor In aald complaint.
This aummoiia la published by order of T. A.
Mollrlde, Judgn of aald court, made and dated
February lit, ls5.
C. D. & D. C I.ATOUKKTTK,
2-15:8-22 Attorneys for Plaintiff.
i1uiiih, 10 llm. koo.1 "!. 10
yds. outing llannol, iuhI .In hum. l
Wr ImiwHoiia mu - -
or 45 U.S. 11.00. Uedttction in every
tijjk W7ii'ivs M flu JOT,
and those who watch and wait for time
will only dim-over its Might. You can
discover an elegant collection of time
pieces in our stock of ladies and
gentlemen' gold and silvo watches,
which in all cases aro models of ac
curacy, keeping timoso well that they
don't lose it. We can eonlldcntly rec
ommend our watches and clocks, too,
as entirely trustworthy, and meeting
ihn needaof thu hour to a second. Our
108 Second Street
M. J. MORSE, Manager.
and Art Material.
IP SMI " SJ
HatH, Bon nets and all fall and
Winter goods sold at a great
Seeing is believing, no please call
and examine for yourselves.
Mrs. H.T. Sladen.
E. O. SMITH,
THIRTY YEARS EXPERIENCE.
Roouib upHtairs in Kelly Building
next to BurmeiHtor t Andre
Hen's, Jewelry Store.
Oregon City. Oregon.
Complete (lock of
Crockery Tinware and Notions.
First class goods ...
... Low Prices ...
c. a. McMillan, Prop.
ABSOLUTELY PORE DFJGS
Q A. HARDING.
. NONE but
ooMpitent PHARMACISTS employed
Flue PerTumeriES am Toilet Articles.
Also i full (took of
IPAinSTTB- OILS ETC.