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Oregon City Enterprise.
FKIDAY, MAY 10, lS'tt.
CMf o( Police
fhip't. of Wir Wurkt,
fSeuncilniPB It, C. 8tevn
j. J. iUMtke, nenj. JAgffiir,
L. I Hurler
Ckio. ft. Hum
K. F. Hrlii
W. II. Howell
Murk Howell. U
L Porter, Henrr Meliirum, J. W. Moffutt
uounrtl raeeltflm WedueJ ofeich month
ta oily hall.
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SPRAY OF THE FALLS.
Drink Japoolo Tea,
45 cents per pound,
Wood wanted at once tlus otlioe.
Go to Wilson A Cooke for Oliver plow
County ami city warrants wanted by
the Commercial bank.
Money to loan on good real estate
security by A. S. Dresser.
If you want a sewing machine for $25
go to Bellomy A Rum-li's.
A splendid selection of men's, ladies'
and children's tan shoes at Charman A
Choice siiirar cured hams at 10 cents
and bacon at 9 cents ter pound at Al
bright's Ladies' and children's shirt waists,
best quality, and at very low prices at
the Kacket store.
Frita Wellman and Augusta Pelhery,
and R. J. Harlan and Emma Clark have
een granted permits to marrv.
. C. 0. T
Don't wait till the otW
nd then pay him a profit.
Williams can fit von out on
De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve cures
calds, burns, indolent sores and never
fails to cure piles. C. G. Huntley, drug
gift. Mrs. Jiirley will exhibit a few of her
4atest a id choicest wax figures at the
Mr. Marion Butler is visiting relatives
at St. Helens.
Mrs. V. II. II, Samson is visiting her
twin sister at Mount Angel.
Joseph Barrett, of Portland, was in toe
K. H I'alllt citV MnnilllV vlNltini frinn.fia
R. L. Holinnn I ' "
C S. Case, prominent resident of
Sandy precinct, was in town Momluy.
Mrs. J. K. Morris, accompanied by
her son, is visiting her parents at Mario
C. Rutherford, the Central Point
teacher in New Ki a precinct, was in town
J. B.N'oe, of Needy, was a guest of
County Clerk Morton foracoupleof dnyn
Mrs. Richard Glasspool has been visit
ing her daughter, Mrs. J. N. (irnlium, at
Henry Wilhern, one of Eagle Creek's
prominent business men, was in Oregon
Miss Anna Samuels, of Corvallis has
been visiting Misses Ora Spangler and
Mrs. Robert McBride and Mrs. Roth,
of Portland, are the guests of Mrs. Aug
ust Mauti. of Maple Lane, this week.
Mrs. John Michell, wife of the editor
k rvii m . . . ,
oi me iwiies lunes-Aiountaineer, was
in Oregon City Monday, visitinir friends
JudgeT. A. McBride leaves lor St.
Helens next Tuesday to hold the regular
term of the circuit court for Columbia
Misses Florence Ruth, Cora Johnson,
Laura Johnson, and Jessie Tallert are
the guests of Mrs. C. A. Hermann in
C.A.Hermann has received the sad
intelligence by telegraph that his mother
is seriously ill, w ith no prosjiet'ts of re
covery, at Springfield. Illinois.
Rev. G. P. Rich, pastor of the Christ
ian church at Borings, was in town Mon
day visiting friends. He held services
lust Sunday at the Holcomb school
(J . F. Billings, of Ashland, a prominent
An Elegant Memento.
I U. Giirnett, who was for some time
the yeniul suHrintendcnt of the WHIam
otto Pulp A Paper Company, has gone
to Portland to engage in business. Wed
nesday evening the employes of the pa
per mills, as a mark of the esteem in
which they held their former tuiHrin
tendent, presented him with an elegant
imported onyx clock, specially ordered
through the jewelry house ol Iturmeia
terA Andresen, and is of elegant and
costly design. . The works are of the
best make and are unlike the somewhat j
clumsy mechanism ot the ordinary
clock, but are ol the finest mechanism
similar to that used in expensive
watches, Mr. Gurnett'a many friends
send wishes ol success to his new loea
tion. Mr. Norman I-ang is the new su
perintendent for the Willamette Paper
A Pulp Company, and possesses every
qualification for filling that iuortant
A Happy Surprise Party.
A pleasant surprise party was tendered
Miss Ida Hickman at the home of her
sister, Mrs. J. II. Ralston, of Willam
ette Falls by her friends in Oiegjn City
and vicinity Wednesday evening. The
company was taken to Willamette Falls
on one of the elegant passenger coaches
of the Willamette Falls Electric road by
Mr. C. A. Miller, supt. of that line, and
found Miss Hickman ready to take the
same car back to this place. She readily
changed her ulaus and the evening was
spent in games, music dancing, etc.,
after which a dainty lunch, which had
been prepared an;l taken there by Miss
Neita Hickman of Portland, was served
and the guests repaired to the car and
were brought to this city.
I llAllfailMltiin tL'B in Mro.r.in fitu T.iun
C.mgreg4tionl church next Thursday day ,he gup6t of Cq, r A. ftimJr. H
was on his way to Portland to attend the
State Sunday school convention.
Albert Tozier,tle secretary of the Ore
gon Press Association, was in Oregon
City last Friday, accompanied by two
Eastern business men, who are looking
over this section with a view of locating.
Mrs. J. M. Findley. of Central Point.
evening, May 16th.
Bellomy A Busch have received a
large invoice ot American crockery
that is equal tochinaware in appearance.
Ornamented with gold bands and fanci
fully decorated. Sold very cheap.
Now that there is no question about
the stability and progress of Oregon
City, why hesitate to buy a home? C.
O. T. Williams can fit yon out on easy
For a quiet place to hitch your horses
away from the motor line and a place to
get a first class job of repairing or horse
shoeing call on S. F. Scripture's shop on
There was a fair audience at the Bap
tist church to hear Chaplain Bateman's
lecture Monday evening. His lecture
is said to have been an interesting one.
amfjlie discoursed mostly on female
Charles I. and Mrs. Latourette enter
tained a number of their lawyer friends
las! Saturday evening. Card gsmes ami
social conversation, ami a splendid lunch
eon prepared by the hostess were on the
program. The luncheon was served in
hand-painted China ware, of which Mrs.
Latourette has ulxnit fifty pieces. The
invited guests were Judge T. A. McBride,
District Attorney W. N. Barrett, C. E.
Runyan, L. L. Porter, J. E. Hedges and
E. F. Ih iggs.
.'ames Lamar was a quiet, well-be
haved boy when he left Columbia
county and became a resident of Park
Place. Like old dog Trav he fell into
bud company, and as a result he was ar
rested for disturbing a public gathering
at that place, and was fined $50 and
costs by Justice Dixon last Monday.
James will probably hereafter steer clear
Fun Fur The People
The tako-olla on pioinlneut jieoplo and
characters as given by the wax figures
are too laughable for sober-faced eople
to look at they make you laugh whether
you wish to or not. This enter tainment
will bo one of the best ever produced In
Oregon City. The date Is Thursday, May
1(1, and place the Congregational church.
Admission only 10 cent. The following
Is a synosis of the program :
Organ Mrs. F. F. White
May (Jueen Wax Figures
Song,.,. -4. (.flee Club
Recitation Clara Warner
Violin Nolo Bettie Fouls
Recitation Marjnriu Cnulleld
Picture from Life Wax Figures
Selectioi Guitar Club
Recitation Three Girls
Song Kale Ward
Recitation Myrtle lttichnimn
Selection Mandolin Club
Organ Solo Mrs. E. E. Williams
Shenll Muddock filed his monthly re
port as tax collector with the county
couit Wednesday, which Is as follows:
Okkoo.n Citv, Or., May 8, mitt.
To the Honorable County Court of Clack
amas County, Oregon :
(iknti.kmkn . I herewith submit my
report as tax collector (or the year 181M,
beginning with March 1, IHll.'i and end
ing with May 7, 1811.), as follows, to wit:
Total amt. of warrant t.'il,'.':U 7(1
" " sherill's assessin't 745 tW
MUST BE CLOSED OUT 91
In onlor to niuko room for a lurgo ntock of
Gents' Furnishing Goods "
Tito cntiro ntoi'lc of dry gooiln at llio
BOSTON STORK K0DT
COMMENCING SAT.. APRIL G, ATI P. M.
EVERY THING MUST CO.
MOODY & RINERRSON.
By amount collected. . ,
Errors and deductions,.
tho very lent of ila kind.
Everything i new and
fresh. Wo would ask you to call and
nee our Htock. We have the Ivst hranda
of all good, and can in some liiieH show
you Homethinj' very line.
Sta ub's Cash Grocery.
Commercial Bank Block,
By amt remaining uncol $ 83, ".M l!
started for California Saturday evening
to visit family friends in St. Helena, j ol the 0,,K" Knng who infect Park Place,
Xapa Valley, and to seek such benefit to i a"J wno wi" eventually be brought to
her health as the change may afford, 'justice for their misdeeds.
Sne was accompanied by her sister, Miss j Superintendent Gibson, assisted by
Alice Pratt, who has been for three years iGeonre L. Storv and Mrs. Bertha M.
lle Lanft Young Men's
-pnbticsn rluh have elected J. W, Noble,
C. C. Williams, J. L. Swafford and
J. II. Darling as delegates to the state
convention. Their meeting was held
Meat from cheap second grade beef
cannot be otherwise than tough and
tasteless. Albright buys only the best
of stock three and five-year-old stall-
led eteers furnish his stakes and roasts
juicy and lender enough for a king.
William Moore, the tailor, who runB
suit club lotteries in connection with his
establishment, had a hearing before
Justice Fonts Tuesday, but as there was
ro evidence to show that there was any
fraud in the drawing, hn win discharged.
"Trilby," De Maimer s Heroine, will
positively appear through the kindness
of Mrs, Jarley, and sing " Ben Bolt" at
the Olla-podrida entertainment at the
Congregational church next Thursday
night. This alone is well worth the
price of admission, 10 cents.
Among the Oregon City people attend
ing the State Sunday school convention
at Portland this week, were Rev. Sykes,
Rev. and Mrs. J. Montgomery, Rev. M.
L. Rugs, Kev. and Mrs. J. W. Cowan,
Mrs. C. H. Dye, Mr. and Mrs. J, K
Groom, Miss Moore, Mrs. A. 8. DreBser
and B, F. Swone.
a graduate student at
Chicago, and in
is now- en route toCalifornia.
G. II. Dunn, a former well known
teacher of this county, was in Oregon
City Thursday on a briel business trip.
Mr. Dunn now resides at Antelope.
Wasco county, where Mr. and Mrs.
Dunn have had charge of the schools for i
jje. the past two years. Mr'Dunn has been '
engaged for the enautiig year as princi- '
pal of the Antelope school. At the close
of the next term h expects to quit the
profession of teaching and take up the
practice of law. He has been reading
now for some time past and has had sev
eral Important cases In the local courts'
tlie University of : ( :ii,nn ,ir w. l,nv ;l. i. ;,...
Oxford, England, and applicants for teachers certificates. One
is being examined for a state diploma,
and the others for the different gr.idei of
teachers' certificates. The list of ques
tions is exceeding difficult, and it is ex
tremely douhitul if they all pass the or
deal this time.
Several members of the Keleknh lodge
of this city, paid a fraternal visit to Col-1
umbia Kehekah lodge at Portland last !
Saturday evening, and were most agreo- J
ably entertained. Among those in the!
pjrtv were Mr. and Mis. J. C. Bradley,
Mr. and Mrs. ,f. W. Cook, Mr. and Mrs. I
W. H. Howell, Miss Nora Csliff, Hiriun
Straight and Richard Scott of Milwaukee.
Total il&I.WU 8o
Inasmuch as the above shows that
ess than one-half of the taxes has been
collected, I respectfully ask until the
next term of the court to uuiko further
reKirt. Kesxcfully Submitted,
E. C. Maphock,
Sheriff and Tax Collector.
By X. M. Moodv, Deputy
Board of Trade Work.
At the regular monthly meeting of the
board of trade next Monday evening
there will be several matters of siwcial
Importance to receive attention. The
state grange will meet here the 28th of
this month and it Is desired to extend
certain courtesies to the delegates; the
grand array will be here in Juno, anil
the Chautauqua as.wmhly in July, and
all of these will call for suitable action
on the part of the board of trade. There
will be speciil road matters to consider
Monday night. Final action isexcctcd
to be taken with lelereuce to the de
scriptive pamphlet that has been in
preparation so long. A treasurer for tho
hoard must also be elected. This
month's meeting of tbe toard will be an
impoitiuit one and all members should
make njciul effort to ho present
promptly at 7:30 o'clock.
J. M. L.tWHKNTK, Secretary.
f4euu Shoe Store
Next door to IkirnieiHtcr A Aiulreseti.
i- -I- -i- lilfCTHICTT TTf,7''!)
Is guarnnted to he given on all good. A trial is nskwl, before you
go to Fort In nd.
Mrs. Dunn became the
at that place.
mother of a fine nirl baby, some ten j w s- Maple, the popular blacksmith,
weeks since and mother and child are ' ,IUH '"moved his headquarter from the
Dr. J. W. Cowan, pastor of the Con
gregational church left yesterday to
attend the state endeavor convention at
Salem, He took an active part in the
junior endeavor movement at its begin
ning, and will participate in the rally
next Sunday. His pulpit will be filled
by Prof. Shorty of Portland.
The following have been elected dele
gates to represent the different endeavor
societies of the city at the union Y. P. S.
C. E. convention, which convened at
Salem Thursday evening: Congrega
tional, Mrs. W. L.White, Mrs. DoraGrav,
Samuel Gibson, Miss Leila Cheney, Rob
ert Warner. Mrs. C. II. Dye and Dr.
Cowan will also attend to represent cer
tain parts of the work. Miss Ethel Al
bright will represent the Junior Endeavor
society. Baptist, Miss Mattie Gray, Rev.
and Mrs. Oilman Parker, E. A. Smith
and G W. Swope. Presbyterian, Rev.
and Mrs. J. VV. Montgomery and I). B.
Justice Jack of Marquam, jacks up
belligerents in his court in a way that I
will be remembered. Last Friday Her
mann L. Luderman met his neighbor.
B. W. Otto in the road, and proceeded
to give vent to his malice against the
aforesaid neighbor by unmercifully
beating him. For this little diversion
Luderman was fined $30 and costs by
Assefesor Bradley completed the work
of enumerating Oregon City yesterday,
and the results will be known as soon
as the computations are made. Deputy Cooke livery stable
iioinuii nan juuttii cuuipieieu wie as
sessment of that part of Clackamas
county west of the Willamette, and Dep
uty Judd is getting pretty well through
with the country south of the Molalla.
Jackson, the machinist, does not
hesitate to undertake the most difficult
job of repairing. Will" make your sew
ing machine run, rebuild your bicycle,
mend your umbrella or do any kind of
machine work at prices that all can pay.
Gun repairing and lock work a specialty.
Seventh street near the depot.
F. E. Hatch and J. II . Hoffield, who
recently arrived from MuMinnville, have
established a factory for the manufacture
of rustic furniture from hazel brush.
fney are already finding a market for
their product, which is substantially
made and well finished. Their shop is
situated on Third street, back of the
Mr. Hatch was at
one time postmaster at Sandy in this
There was a wedding ceremony at the
residence of Mr. and Mrs. Mazingo at
Wilhoit on May. 5th. J. p:. Jack, the
popular justice of the peace of Marquam,
was master of ceremonies, and the con
tracting parties were Miss Kate Ma
zingo and Loron B. Thomas, both well
and favorably known, A number of in
vited gupsts were present at the cere
mony, which took place at the residence
of the bride's parents.
v.u rmim av "nun null muni Nireeia 10
the Hoffman shop on Main and Ninth,
where he has formed a partnership with
J. W. Hoffman. Mr. Maple is a fine
horsenhoer and excellent workman, and
he and Mr. Hoffman will make a combi
nation that will give their customers sat
J. G. Cummins, who carries the mail
on the Oregon City-Mulino routes, has
put on a two-seated hack, and light
parcels entrusted to his care will receive
prompt attention. Parties living in the
Clarks-Mulino districts, who desire
small psrcels from Oregon City will
find him particularly accomodating.
His time card appears in another column.
Two gentlemen, who drove down to
Oswego last Sunday, report thatlhev ob
served numerous nets in the river this
side of that place, and a small hoy was
busily engaged watching them. The
fish commissioner had evidently not
passed that way of late.
Capt. A. J. Spong of the steamer
Ramona is taking an enforced lay-off
this week by reason of a severe attack of
neuralgia, uapt. a. 1J. Uraliam is at
tbe wheel of the Ramona for the time
Dr. S. F. Scott, Blue Ridge, Harrison
county, Mo., says: "For whooping
cough Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is
excellent." By using it freely the dis
ease is deprived of all dangeruos conse
quenses. There is no danger in giving
the remedy to babies, as it contuinu
nothing injurious. 50 cent buttles for
sale byG. A. Harding, druggist.
The full bill of fare, well cooked and
well served, is placed on the table at the
Farmers' Home hotel. The best tho
market affords Is provided and Mr. and
Mrs. Sumner endeavor to give full value
in all meals served. Remember the
place, opposite the court house.
Highest cash price paid for second
hand goods of all kinds at second hand
store opposite Noblitt's stable on 7th st.
"Hie 1's Knterliiln."
The "YV parlor social given on last
Saturday evening ut Mrs. Clinton
Latourette's was a very pleasant affair.
Ashoit hut very entertaining program
1 1 i i
. uau oeen prepared by menus and mem
bers of the "Y's." After a special
musical selection Miss Mabel Hannagan
recited "The Widow's Prayer." The
next was a recitation, "How We Saved
St. Michael," by Miss Myrtle Biichanm.
A beautiful trio, "The Distant Chimes"
was rendered by Misses Mary and
Nellie Younger and Hat lie E. Monroe.
Miss Ana Baird read a choice selection.
Cake and lemonade was served at a
later hour. The "Y's" ol this city
number about -10 widu-awake, active
members. Mrs. Latourette has kindly
offered them the use of her spacious
parlors whenever they wish to entertain.
To allay pains, subdue inflamation,
heal foul sores and ulcers, the most
prompt and satisfactory results are oli-
tained by ti-dng that old reliable remedy,
Dr. J. II. McLean's Volcanic Oil Lini
ment. For sale by C. G. Huntley, drug
Stands on j
Irs Mkhits Nothing else! '
MarrA Robertson Agents.
tijjk wnivs yw No OT.
and tluiso who watch and wait fur tinio
will only discover its flight., You can
discover an elegant collection of tinio
pieecB in our Htock of ladies' and
gentlemen' gold and nilve watches,
which in all cw-ch aro models, of ac
curacy, keeping time so well that they
don't lose it. We can confidently rec
ommend our watches and clocks, too,
as entirely trustworthy, and meeting
the needs of the hour to a second. Our
assortment of laHhionuble jewelery and Hilvorware is very comjileto
IIUKME1HTKR A ANDWKHICN.
C P. LOONEY,
. . . Dealer In . . .
CHOICE HAY, STRAW AND FEED,
General Expressing, Job work and Moving.
Corner of Hrlcle, .... Oregon City, Or.
We aro Northwestern .Agent for
"FALCON" BEE SUPPLIES
Our comb foundation and sections are the beat
the market. When In Portland, call and
Inspect our goods.
2piamiOT) mm m,
171 Second St., Portland, Ore.
Highest Honors World's Fair,
Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
J. JONES & SON,
Most Perfect Made.
40 Years the Standard. '
Doors, Windows, Mouldings,
DOOR AND WINDOW FRAMES.
Cabinet Work, Fitting up Stores and Repairing of all kindH.
Jobbing Orders Promptly Executed.
I'llK CN Till: I.OWIONT.
"8hop corner Fourth and Water Btreets. back of Pope A Co', Oregon City
McKittrick's shoes are the best on earth.
McKittrick's prices are the lowest on earth.
McKittrick's styles are always the latest.
McKittrick's house is the squarest on earth.