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Oregon City Enterprise.
FRIDAY, MARCH 22, ISM.
OREUON CITY OFFICERS
U U Foner
Ckmu K. Hunu
K 8 Cli(t
R I. Holm.n
K. K. Kristi
C. HulKWk. Jr.
W. H. Howell
ft wH Commissioner,
gup'i, ul Waivr Works,
lonooilmcii H, C. Steveni..
j.j.rnKe. mcii). Jiu-r,
Mark Howell, U
L Porter, Henry MeHlrnm, J. W. Slorfntt.
ttmoil meets (lrl SVeduouL) of each month
th olij hll.
Hereafter no Itsjal advertisement will
he irWrteJ in the Kntkki risk unless
payment (or the name is made at the
time tho affidavit of publication is reiv
dered. This rule will be imperative and
dead-Wat litigants, w ho make it prac
tii-e of working the courts, lawyers and
newspapers will have to look to some
other pauertogrtt their notice published.
SPRAY OF THE FALLS.
Tickle Cod Fish,
Cod Fish, dry.
Sardines in hulk,
Anibovies in bulk,
Mackeral in kits.
Canned Fih oi all kinds.
E. F. Williams, the grocer.
45 cent per pound,
Marr & Robertson.
Wood wanted at once this office.
Headquarters lor candy and nuts.
K. E. Williams, the grocer.
Go to Wilson & Cooke for Oliver plow
The latest in
hair ornnments at the
County anil city warrants wanted by
thv Commercial hank.
They nil smoke the Kermesse cigar.
E. E. Williams, the gnu-er, sells it.
Aft' once using no lady will go with
out cornet shields. For sale t the
A special meeting of Clackamas Chap
ter, No. 2. R. A. M. will be held Satur
lay, 7:20 p. m. Peiiree work.
By removing cause of irritation, and
hy preserving a healthy state of the svs
fcni during infancy, StffdmBn'a Sooth
ing Powders made their reputation,
The concert hy the Handle orchestra,
cC Portland, on Friday evening of next
week at Shivelv's ora house, promises
be the niusical event of the season.
Most jieople can not afford to experi
ment They want immediate relief.
That's hy they use One Minute Cough
The Oregon City Steam Laundry does
tria cleanest and hest work to he had in
Ofeeon City. Their prices are the !
On account of other unexpected busi
ness, V. HjHa is closing out his stock of
Groceries. Now is the time to lay in a
supply of Nw Fresh goods cheap.
"Wet-foot Waltz," composed and ar
ranged for violin, cornet and piano, by
CLE. Kuotts. A beautiful waltz, give it
k trial. For sale by Burmeister & An
dreseu. Trice 35 cents.
For 05 cents you can get a good um
brella at the Racket store. All styles
and prices. This line of goods will not
be carried over which -means that bar
gains will lie given.
For footwear you can get babys' shoes
at 25 cts ; ladies coarse shoes at 80 cts ;
men's boots at $1 .75, or you can get the
best grade of goods made at bottom
pr.ces at the Red Front.
Mr. and Mrs. James M. Halliday
have n.oved into the upper story of the
P. G. E. depot on the West Side. Mr.
Halliday is electrician at the new sta
tion. You can have your seats reserved at
fUiively's without any extra cost for Eli
Terkins' lecture. There will be a packed
bouse as many seats have been sold al
ready. A house owned by James Beeson, of
B.eson's Mill, out on the Abernethy,
was burned Saturday night. The loss
was about 500, there being no insur
ance. The family of Edward Traylor,
occupied the house.
A great many complimentary remaiks
are made by visitors to our city upon the
appearance of the well kept lawn sur
rounding the court houfe. The credit ;b
due Peter Nebren, who for eight years
has filled the position as janitor. The
entire care of the grounds is left to bis
direction and the tasteful management
of the flowers and shrubbery is proof of
Lis efficiency and industry.
John Shadle has secured a lease of the
Oriental Hotel, and has thoroughly reno
vated the bouse, painted, carpeted and
refurnished the rooms and put every
thing in first class order. The table is
now equal to if not better than any hotel
in the city, Board can be bad ac reason
able rates by the day, week, or month.
First class accommodations for transient
custom. This house will hereafter be
known as the " Willamette Hotel." 5t
Attorney Henry MoUinn of Portland,
was in the city, Sat unlay.
H. E Hayes of Salem, visited his son
Judge Hayes, this week.
Mrs K. M. latourette is visiting
friends in Portland, this week.
Prof. W. H. Powell, of Portland, was
in town Saturday, visiting fiiends.
11 L. Kelly went to Mehama, Satur
day, for a short visit, returning Monday.
Mr. Chris. Zweifcl, of Mackshurg.was
in town, attending to business, Wednes
day. Miss Laura Fields of Moscow, Idaho,
isvistitng her cousin Mrs. A.J. Lewth-
Hon. W. P. Keady, a leading mining
man of Portland, was in Oregon City,
E. 0. Darling, a milltnan of Pittsburg,
Columbia county, was in Oregon City
Mrs. J. X. Graham, of Independence,
is visiting her patents, Mr. and Mrs. R.
George W. Prosser, the well known
merchant of Oswego, was in the city,
Mr. Chas. Foster, of this city, nephew
of J. C. Bradley, is recovering from his
rei ent illness.
Miss Carrie Hogben of Portland, was
the guest of Miss Nettie Chase, Satur
day and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Flovd of Poitland,
visited at the home of Mr. Jonathon R.
Wan W. Porter, of Currinsville, was
in the city Tuesday attending to busi
ness of legal nature
Mrs. Mary McCarver, who has been
in St. Joe, Mo., for the past three years,
will return home, soon.
Miss Sophie Logus returned home
Monday, after spending several days
with friends in Portland.
Miss Ada Clark of Salem, was in town
Saturday, visiting with her brother,
John R. Clark, of this city.
Chas. D. Latourette returned
Tuesday from Chehales, Wash., where
business called him for a few days
L. C. Caples is having a cottage built
on his property on !th and Monrve
streets which he intends to occupy.
Mr. Irwin Norton, of Oretown. Tilla
mook Co , was in town Wednesday,
proving up on his claim, at the land
Mrs. A. E. King, returned to her
home in Ilwaco.Tuesday, after a month's
visit with her mother Mrs. Arthur
H. S. Strange was called to Wilbur,
Douglas comity, Sunday night by the
sudden death of his father. He returned
J. P. Lovett received word Monday
from South Bend, Ind., of the IllnehB
of his mother, and left for that place in
Mrs. Robert McBride and Mrs. Wm.
Fisher, both of Portland, spent last
Thur8da-V ,n Oreon y. the guesU. of
Mrs. J. K. Groom.
The Palmateer settlement near Cur
rinsville was represented in this city Tues
day by A. J. Kregbaum. one of the rustl
ing young fanners of that place.
Mr. Rice of Dayton, Ohio, designer for
the General Electric Co., will arrive in
this city next week, and inspect the
machinery of the new electric plant.
Mrs. L. E. Means, a former well
known resident of this city, is now re
Biding in Los Uatos, California, she being
greatly pleased with that part of the
Supt. H. 8. Gibson and Mm. Gibson
spent last Sunday at Union Mills, the
guestof Mr and Mrs. E.L. Trullinger,
Mrs. Trullinger being a sister of Mrs.
Mrs. Harford, secretary of the State W.
C. T. U., will deliver a series of lectures
in this city, begining March 20th, The
place of holding the meetings will be an
nounce later on.
Miss Emma Hedges, who left here
last fall for Colorado, writes from Pueblo,
that the climate of that place has proved
very beneficial to her and she is regaining
her health slowly.
R. L. Holman and Geo. Warner went
to McMinnville Tuesday, and brought
back a fine carriage horse which Mr.
Holman intends making use of this
Lyman Latourette loft for Dayton,
Friday and after a short slay in
that city, went on to his home in Mc
Minnville for a visit, returning to this
Mrs. Chas. Meserve and baby, accom
panied by Miss Lizzie Evans, left last
Saturday for Clatskanie, Or., where she
will visit her parents and try the benefit
of the coast air for her health.
Wm. Thompson one of the prominent
farmers of Needy, was in Oregon City,
Wednesday, and was a caller at the
Entehpkisk office. Mr. Thompson
states that the hopmen of his neighbor
hood are putting their yards in good
shape for the spring and hope to realize
enough from the coming crop to at least
Rev. C. A. Woody, editor of the Pa
cific Baptist, of Portland, accompanied
by Mrs. Woody, were in Oregon City
Wednesday on business pertaining to the
residence they are Laving erected in
Gladstone. They expect in tho near
future to occupy their new homo and
become residents of this city .
Hon. Napoleon Davis, of Portland, Is
in the city this week on legal business.
A. Wiggins, a leading bop grower of
Needv, was in Oregon City Wednesday.
A. 8. Hall, of Cascades, Is In the city
this week at the home of his daughter,
Mrs. W. M. Robinson, of the Klectriu
Ladies are ronpoclfully invited to at
tend Mrs. Sladcn'sspriug opening at her
millinery carters on Tuesday and Wed
nesday, March 2(1 and T.
Prof. McAdams, principal of the East
ham school, was called to Salem last
Friday by the serious illness of his little
son, and has been absent from the school
the entire week. The professor's room
has been ill charge of Miss Ana Baird,
one of the teachers in that school, and
she has discharged her task in a very
acceptable manner to the patrons and
board. Miss Baird's room has been in
charge of Miss Gertie Nefsgar, a young
teacher who by the success of her work,
gives promise of becoming one of our best
Fire broke out, last Friday morning,
in the St, Louis restaurant, but hy the I
prompt action of tire department, the
tlames were quickly subdued and all
danger averted. The lire w as caused hy
Hying sparks (rum the chimney of the
adjoining building. The roof which
was slightly damaged was soon repaired
by Mr. J. Barton, who conducts the res
taurant. In making a landing at Fulton Park
just opixwite Ross inland, Monday, the
steamer Toledo ran on an old .ile and
stove in her hull so that she sank. Tho
Altonaand Ramona were near at hand
and came to her help and pushed her
on the beach. The boat was raised the
next day and taken to the ways for re
pairs and will be out in a few days.
County Treasurer Moore made his re
mittance of state tax money last Mon
day when he turned over to the stato
treasurer 7000 of the amount of duo from
Clackamas county The total amount
due (he state is $15,H&I 32 and as soon as
it is all sent Treasurer Moore will le
able to help out the county school fund
and to commence calling in warrants.
J. A. Lousignot, of Clackamas Heights
was ai rested by Constable McCown, and
taken before Justice Dixon, Wednesday.
He was released on a fllX) bond, his ex
amination being set for March I'tilh.
He is charged with stealing tools from
the Rastnussen Bro.,whoare engaged in
the poultry business at Clackamas
During the lire which took place last
Friday, a representative of Molalla re
marked to a well-known citizen, that he
had lived fifty-five years in this world
and that he had never before beard a Are
alarm or been presept at a lire. It is to
be hoped that be will be as fortunate in
the next world as he has leen in this.
The Eli Ctric hotel is getting in the best
custom of the city by the excellence of
its table as well as the splendid accom
modations furnished by its rooms. Trav
elers will find it convenient to the busi
ness part of the city and the service
equal to that hud in any other town in
A new candidate for musical honors is
Mr. C. Knott of Mwlino,who in addition
to being an expert musician has devel
oped considerable talent as a composer.
One of his productions, Webfoot Waltz,
has been published in the East, ami is
well received by musicians who have
W. D. McGee, representing the An
chor 8. Chemical Co. of Lebanon, Ore
gon, has been in the city during the
week in the interest of this company.
This company's preparations are said to
have merit and being an Oregon concern
a fair trial should be given their remedies.
The engine, lioilur and ice plant of the
brewery has been taken to Portland this
week where it will be plucud in a cold
strorge, plant. The old building will be
dismantled and moved later to give
place to a big brick block Mr. Weinhard
will erect this summer.
Editor Zeigler of the Herald is tho
proud father of his first boy, the
happy event taking place Wednesday.
Mother and child doing well, and the
Herald is expected to be out on time.
Mr. C. Hoberg moved with his family
to the Morey ranch, below this city, last
week. Mr. Hoberg is assisting in build
ing the summer resilience of Mr. Morey.
Mr and Mrs. A. W. Schwan of Wil
lamette Falls have a fine bov at their
home, whose advent was made last Sat
urday. Mother and child doing well.
Mrs. J. C. Read and family have
moved from their late residence on lliih
and Adams street, into W. C. Johnson's
cottage on 11th and Centre streets.
Born to the wife of W. P. Dooley of
Canemah, Tuesday, March lth, a
Oysters, wholesale or retail, to families
and parties. Also served in any style,
fresh and palatable at the Portland res
taurant. The meals at the Farmer's Homo are
as good as ever and farmers and travelers
have only to give them a trial to be convinced.
A Pleasant Social (lathering.
One of the most enjoyable gatherings
in this city during the past season was
held at tho homo of I'rof. and Mrs, J,
W. Gray on Eighteenth and Washing
ton streets lust Friday evening. Over
titty persons were present, many of them
pupils of the Park Place school of which
Prof, (tray la principal. In. addition to
friends bom (begun City, many were
piesent from Park Place, Gladstone and
Clackamas Heights. Games and other
amusement were bail and Mr. and Mis.
Gray proved themselves adepts at en
tertaining. Tho Park Place hand was
present and rendered some excellent
piece. All present were served with
light refreshments and at a late hour tho
guents left for their homes with tho' hi st
wishes for their hosts.
A Merlons (Ipcriithin,
Thomas Allen, who bus Ihvii sull'nring
for the past live months with senile
gaugiene in his left foot, was tukun to
the Oregon City Hospital Monday and
Tuesday lrs. Carll, Paine and Summer
amputated the leg between (ho knee and
the hip. The first amputation was be
low the knee, w hen It was found that the
arteries were osHitled, loaning the sec
ond oerutlon necessury. He stood the
opcruiion well for a man dl years old,
and at present is resiing easy wiih good
prosjiects of recovery. Dr. J. L, Hill, of
Albany, was present during the opera
tion as a guest of Dr. Sommer.
Among the notalile features of the Argo
naut lor March 25, 1S05, are: "A Ride
with Tennessee: bow a stage-driver
made it interest ing for his passehgers,"
by Stella Walthall Belcher; a letter on
"Paris Students' Halls;" a letter from
London on "Amnteuraon Roaits," society
actors and actresses who travel like pro
fessionals; a letter from New York on
society and theatrical affairs; and a long
review of the interesting reminiscences
of Thackerav's daughter, Mrs Annie
M. Paul's Church.
There will bn a sscial service for
young men in the aliove church next
Sunday evening, when two inemlatis of
the St. Andrew's Brotherhood from
Portland will give addresses. The usual
bible class for young men will also be
hel I at 0:3) p. m , when the Brother
hood men also sak. All men are cor
Achilles Lodge K. of P. was honored
at i tie meeting Moiniay evening iiy a
visit from Dr. J. L. Hill of Albany,
grand chancellor commander of the
r tale for the Knights of Pythias. The
iKictor is an able miker and an enthu
siastic worker for the order ,and his kind
words were greatly apptcciatcd. He
complimented tne lodgo on Its efficient
officers and interest manifested by
members of the lodge.
J. B. Willie of tho Seventh street
harness shop is having a building erected,
adjoining the old Methodist church on
Seventh street and will move his shop,
and stock of g'sxls to the new building
as soon as completed. He will greatly
increase his stock of harness and saddles
and gives such prices ss will induce
trade to come t' Oregon Citv.
J. A. Chase left last Friday ior Iowa
and Illinois in the interest of the Will
amette Land Co., of which he is secre
tary. He expects to be absent several
months. He went by way of Los
Angeles wliere ho will stop a short time
with his family who are spending the
Mrs. Hall, of Portland, D G. M., is
expected to be present at the regular
meeting of Pioneer Chapter, No 28, O. E.
H., next Tuesday! A full attendance is
A .cw Piistolllee.
The residents of Willamette, Falls now
have a postollice in that live addition to
Oregon City. The mail leaves Oregon
City daily at 10 a. in. und 4 p. m. Jas,
Rue is the postmaster This office will
be a convenience to the people of that
part of the city.
Miss Stiuer has oH-iicd tho Bon Ton
dressmaking purloin on Seventh street
and asks the ladies to give her a call.
All work guaranteed. lt.io
Two ten-acre tuicis of good land for
sule, easy cleared and on proposed motor
line. V.t miles southeast of Oregon
City. Easy terms. Inquire of owner on
the place or address 0. W. Porter, Ore
gon City, Oicfon. 2t
Highest Honors World' Fair.
MOST PERFECT MADE
K pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder, Fret
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
NEW LOT OUTINGS, FLANNELS, YARNS,
Calicoes, Muslins, Shoos Etc.
1 l.uyu 'JO Urn. rice, 28 11. whito Uqiim 111 1Ih dry Kran. nuKr, 20 lb",
extra C, 20 Wm. prunes, nilen or i.luiim, 10 Hh. good lard, 10 lbs. dry
suit incut, IS yds. eiilsit w., 20 vdn. nutiiiK llitnnnl, and in hIiocm. l
buys n pair good oxford usually i.i:, or ltiii'H solid l.utton hIkm-h
usually if 1.50. Another Hliiptncut, ladies (long. hIioch, pat. Up, grcut
vnluo for iUA l-roki-n lots hIioch at cost or I.-hh; boys or men tt warran
ted plows f I. fit) and tN ladins heavy Hli-HN cut to Vm. hIpcI wiro
nails 0 to H at 2..r() keg, or :U lbs. if 1.O0; 10 to 2 pointy 2.2.r keg, or
10 lbs. if 1.00; HO to(0K-nny 2.00, or -Ci lbs. if 1.00. Keiluolion in ovory
...Red Front Store...
assortment of lashionablo jeweh ry
Qregon Picture Frame
Makes a Specialty of Manufacturing
Mouldings . . .
and picture Frames
New and Novel Design
The Best Goods
For the Least Money
to Oregon City.
Moody & Rinearson,
Commercial Hank Block.
Tho ladicH will find bar
gains in thiH line.
THEY MUST BE SOLD.
IN THE CITY
Seventh St., E. P. Elliott, Prop.
All New Stock, -:
-:- Of Best Quality.
A TRIAL ORDER ASKED.
'HJJK WU'lVS vm N JMN.
auJ those who watch and wait for titno
will only discover its Might. You can
discover an elegant collection of titne
jiicceri in our titoek of ladies' and
geiitlonieii'n gold and silvo watehcn,
which in nil ciim-m are models of ac
curacy, keeping time so well that they
don't lose it. Wo can confidently rec
ommend our watches and clocks, too,
us entirely trustworthy, und meeting
the needs of tho hour to a second, Our
and Hilvorwnro is very complete
108 Second Street
M. J. MORSE, Manager.
and Art Material.
No. "70, Morrlaori Mreet,
IH WILL ON KAKTH.
For Rimural rejialrinR ho Htanda
without a jHtcr. For firHt-claHH, re
liable giMiiiH hia Htoro in second to
none. Trv him 1
A Dollar Saved
Th a Dollar earned.
Buy Your Groceries
whero You can get
them the CheapcHt.
All New, Frenh
Selected Stock of
tho BcHt Quality in