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Oregon City Enterprise.
K. K. Iri!i
Cuii-f "I Police
Pn H Ciimmtaslmier.
8up'l. of ir Worki,
Coun'ilmen II. 0. 8tevrn w. NmiiKhliMi,
J. J. Cooke, HimiJ. .New, Murk Unwell, U
L Porler, Henry MeMrum, J. W. Mortalt.
.oiinoll mwli flmt We.tniU ol esch month
In oily hull.
At the meeting held last Monday even
ing, bylaws and constitution were
adopted for the organisation of llie N-
T. w. o'i't ; the dues were placed at 60 cents
' C,"k. "n ' "", All native born males siut
K. I.. Ilolmitn
males ovor fifteen years of sue,
FRIDAY, JUNK 7, ISM.
C. Mutiowk, Jr. ooin ol wiioso parents scttlea ill Oretron
I). kt"n?rru I l'ri"r ,0 1-Vbrunrv H. 1S.VJ, situ entitled
to memliership and are invited to attend
the nipotint! in the parlors of the Con
gregational church next Saturday even
ing, June 8, w hen permanent otlicers
will ho elected.
SPRAY OF THE FALLS.
An Oregon production.
Is worthy of your patronage.
(iOLPKN WEST BAKING POWDER.
K. E. Willi una, the grocer.
1 1 idlest price paid for wool at Char
man A Son's store.
The adjourned term of the circuit court
convened Monday June I!, Judge, Me
Brido presiding; W. N. lturreti, prosecii
tinji attorney ; U. K. Morton, clerk j and
K. C. Maddock, sheriff. Court will
probably last the greater part of next
week, and as yet but few cases huve been
Tlio various coininittees, made' up of
Meado Post, (), A. U., Women's Relief
Corps, the board of trade and appoint
ments made by the city council, are all
busy with piepuralions for the grand
encampment which meets in this city
one week from next Monday.
Money to loan on gixxi real estate
Security by A. S. Dresser.
If you want s sewing machine for $25
go to Bellomr A I! n sell's.
Elegnt negligee shirts of the latest
make at Moodv A Rinearson's.
A complaint has been lodged in Jus"
lice Dixon's court attain;! J. A. Louis
ignout by II. 0. Jones, charging him
w ith making threat with intent to kill,
lie w ill have a hearing on this charge
after bis case has been disposed of in
the circuit court. His attorney George
C. Hrowncll succeeded in Baying him
from conviction at the former trial in the
circuit court on the ground that a verdict
could not le legally sustained when said
verdict was brought in for a greater of
fense thau that charged in the indictment.
disposed of. I-ouisgmont, convicted of Mr. J. G. Pillsburv, clmirmun ol the
larcencyat the regular term has been commillee on e..tertaintnnt, In view of
granted a new trial. The following cases . thn fact that there ill l, s i,.r.. ........
tier of delegates snd visitors in the city lit
Fresh vegetables from Maplewood
farm delivered to all parts of the city.
A splendid selection of men's, ladies'
and children's tan shoes at Charman &
Choice sugar cured hams at 10 cents
sad bacon at 9 cents oer pound at Al
bright's The board of trade holds its regular
session next Monday evening in the
county court room
A dwelling t Ely belonging to I. L.
Clark of Highland, snd o.vupied by
E. E. Mav and family was burned to
the ground last Sunday morning at 10
o'clock. The fire was supposed to have
started from one of the children playing
with matches under the building. It is
believed that the building could have
been saved had there been a hose and
hydrant convenient, but Mr. May man
aged to save the larger put of bis furniture.
have been disosed of
W. J. Worthington vs HenryThelssen ;
on motion of defcmiant'i
iiieniicnnail aim a. ,"s. presscr a con
timmnce was granted until next term.
J. A. Baker, et si, vs. Ehoda A. Edes,
etal; report of referee concerning the
put it ion of proHrty continued.
Bobbins & Son vs. John Arquist, et al;
judgement for plaintill lor the sum of
Portland Trust company vs. Robert B.
Beatie, verdict for defendant.
J. K. Anderson vs. Portland Flouring
the encampment, and it will be necessary
attorneys, E. j for private parties to oprn their bouses
for the ncccim modat ion of visitors, re-sH-ctfully
asks that all parties who can
accommodate lodgers or Ixmrders during
the encampment to notify her how many
they can keep, and whether they desire
male or female guests, or both. The peo
ple wlio attend ibis gathering are per
fectly willing and will pay for all accom
modations they receive, and it Is asked
that the charges be made as reasonable
as possible, as it would he in exceeding
Mills; on triiil. bad taste to be extortionate with visitors
II. E. Straight il. C. Salisbury, Bert j ,0 0,,r l'"y
Grcenman, II. C. Stevens, Jr., Jack The reception committee held a meet
Humphrey and K. F. Cowing Jr. tookajing at Dr. Cni ll's olllce last Monday
Don't wait till the other fellow buys,
snd then pay him a profit. C. 0. T.
Williams can fit on out on easy terms.
There was a double wedding in County
Judge Hayes otlice Tuesday, and both
couple registered at the county clerk's
otlice as residents of Clackcmas county.
Their names were Ella J. Wilder and
Charles R. Herrington, and Carrie
Barnes and John S. Hudson. The Judge
neatly tied the matrimonial knots, and
the newly married people started out to
battle with life's hardships.
Roy, the 12-year old son of Mr. aud
Mrs. John Dixon of Maple Lane, died of
malarial fever last Friday. The funeral
service took place Saturday at the Ma-
and colors ever bronnlit to Oregon City. Ple Lne n'lioo! House last Saturday,
; i Rev. M. L. Rugg, officiating. The in-
ivui ur p'Mfn, hp coesinui sorrel
mare; weiht 950 poii"ds; branded HO
on left shoulder Kinder address A
and receive reward,
41 R W. Oldenstadt, Oswego, Or.
Af.er teething is finished, Stedman's
Soothing Powders will be found useful to
correct the minor disorders of children,
up to ten years.
The second invoice of straw hats for
Cass & Smyth will be in within the next
two days. Finest assortment of sues
For s quiet place to lurch your horses
awav from the motor line and a place to
get a first clas job of repairing or horse
shoeing call on S. F. Scripture's shop on
Take in the conductor's excursion to
Saloni Sunday and see the grand balloon
acension and paraschute l'limo and
professional bicycle races. Music by
the popular State band of Salem.
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
fed steers furnish his stakes and roasts
juicy and tender "nongh for a king.
k does seem hard for a woman to
have to cook on a hurned out stove, be
sides Ow entire fimily have to suffer
from improperly cooked food. For $18.50
Kchwan & Putrow will furnish a first
class cook stove with all the fixtures,
ready to set up.
terment took place in the Oregon City
cemetery. Roy was a bright boy and
the parents have the symvathy of the
community in their sad bereavement.
duel of Police Burns, armed with
warrants, made a raid on the different
gamblers last Monday evening and Ed.
Fortune, Andronictis Clark and Jim
Hackler, were arrested and arraigned
before Reconler Fouls. Fortune and
Clark plead guilty and were lined $25
each. Hackler's hearing was set for
spin to Portland last Sunday afternoon.
They made Portland in two hours, anil
returning left Portland at 5 p. in. aud
arrived at Oregon City at 0:IiO. Satur
day Salisbury. Straight, Oreenman,
Stevens and Wilson will ride their bikes
to Salem, and after taking in the exer
cises will return home Sunday evening.
Cowing will go up Sunday morning and
return with the other boys in the evening.
(treat preparations are being made
for the rendition of the cantata of
"Queen Esther," which will take place
some time during the summer at
Shively's opera house. About sixty-five
of the best musicians and singers in the
city are now rehearsing at the Congre
gational church under the direction of
Signore Cruvelli, of Portland, and the
caotata will be one of the most elaborate
musical events that has ever taken place
in the city.
Company F, O N. (!., ex-menibers
and honorary members, bad a company
smoke the other evening. Tobacco and
pipes were plentifully provided and be
tween seeches wreaths and columns of
smoke reached up toward the ceiling,
mingling with the words of good cheer
spoken. As a social reunion it was a
evening, for the purpose of formulating!
plans of showing visitors atmut the citv.
Heretofore it has been the custom when
there were public gatherings in the city,
I to take the visitors through the factories
in a body, to the annoyance of workmen
who are busy with their work. This
time individual members of the commit- L
tee will take the visiting delegation.
divided up into small parlies, through
the various manufacturing establish
ments, which will certainly prove more
satisfactory. Dr. ("aril, chairman of the
committee, was directed to confer willi
the management of the Willamette Falls
Railway in reference to giving the visiting
i delegation an excursion over that road
lo points of interest, and with the East
S de Railway lora trip totiludstone park.
No matter what
!uy nt our Hloro
tlio very brut of iln kind.
KviTj'tning in new and
fresh. Wo would ask you to call and
see our stock. Wo liavo tho h.'st brands
of all goods, and can in some linos show
yon something very line.
StnuLVs Cash Grocery.
Commercial Dank Block,
Now that there is no question about
the stability and progress of Oregon
Citv. why hesitate to buy a home? C.
0. T. Williams can fit you out on easy
Last winter the Oregon City-Shiplev
road was almost impassable, but now
under ;be direction of G. W. Prosser, the
road foreman of that district, some val
uable and iermanent improvements are
being made on this road, and money is
being judiciously spent to make the road
passable at all seasons of the year. In
I the absence of Mr. Prosser, Jack Monk
acts as foreman of this improvement.
Following are the new otlicers of Falls
City Lodge, A. O. U. V., No. 59:
W. M. Moore, P. M.; M. Sehulpius,
M. W. ; M. Hamilton, F. M.; C. H.Dye,
O. S. ; Joseph F'romburg, guide; George
Califf, recorder; J. P. Stewart, finan
cier; W. B. WigginB, receiver; M. E.
Butler, I. W.; Jessie Markwell, 0. W.
Evan's shingle mill on Milk creek about
seyen or eight miles from Oregon City,
was burned to the ground one night
last week. The loss was a heavy one to
Mr. Evans, as the mill and machinery
was in were nearly new. It is not known
how the fire originated. It is stated that
Mr. Evans will rebuild.
Tompkins brothers are supplying the
market with the best of fresh vegetables
from their farm near town, and they are
among the leaders in their line.
Al Close moved out to Gresham the
other day. and is Baid to be conducting
a siiloon at that place, and each pur
chaser of wet goods is required to buy
one gallon at a time.
Rev. J. L. Parish, of Salem, an old
pioneer, died last Thursday night at the
age of 89 years. He was one of the
early Methodist missionaries to the
Coast coming in 1845, and was well known
to all Oregon City residents.
The Poi Hand Baptist Young People's
union recently held a meeting, at which
they planned for a Baptist Union ex
cursion to Oregon City on Tuesday June
25. The occasion is young people's day
at the Baptist convention to be held
there, commencing on that date.
The G. A. II. and the Jr. 0. U. A. M.
b Jug. and picnic at Needy last Satur
day. A large number of residents were
present from contiguous sections of the
country. Address were made by Hon.
George 0. Rinearson, of Oregon City,
Capt. G. W. Dimick, and Ralph Piatt,
Owing to the return of Mr. and Mr".
C. A. Nash from Nehalein, Will Rjuke
and lamily are obliged to vaca e the
Nash residence, which thy were occu
pying at Gladstone and are moving
into II Blankiuship's house ai the
corner of Eighth and Monroe streets.
The two immigrants arrested by
aciing cnnsrunie tnrence rielils. on i
complaint of ice President Coleman,
of the Barlow Wagon Hoad comenny, I
for not paying their toll, will have aj
hearing before Justice Dixon toiny. j
. .i '
An Interesting (iatherlng.
A party consisting! Dr. O. W. Nixon,
president anil literary editor of the
Chicago Inter Ocean, Mrs. Nixon and
Miss Nixon of Chicflk'o. Mrs. J. K.
Wait, Miss Fanny J. Gray, of Portland
Mr. Leslie H. Cowing, of Oregon City,
and Mr. and Mrs. A. Luelling and
daughter Olive, of Milwaukie, spent
several hours in Oregon City Friday
viewing the falls and other isunU of
interest. Mr. Nixon taught school in
Milwaukie forty-four years iigo and this
is his first visit to Oregon during that
time and is made in the interest of a
history entitled "How Whitman Saved
Oregon" which he is writing by r-ipiest
and for the benefit of Whitman college.
Mr. Nixon and family left for Chicago
Saturday morning in their sacial car.
A Laughable .Mlxluke.
Two ladies enteied a book-store re
cently and the yoiingxr asked the clerk
or a book cal'e 1 'I'uvorile I'lescriptioii"
The pn.zled uttendnnt was unable to
comply with her request ami she left the
store IUapK,iiit. d. Inquiry elicited the
fact that she tool overheard a conversa
tion between two literary ladies in which
"Favorite Prescription" was mentioned
with extrnvugent praise, and had
jumped to the conclu-iori that it was a
lok. She now k .o that Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Piescripiion Isa soverign cure
for the ills ami "weaknesses" peculiar
to women, f rr she b.-is bei: cured by Us
Many a man has "llriikcu
In a passion, and felt all
Trying to get a new pair of shoes
"IliokcM In." !
He has bad to
Many an engagement on account of
crippled feet, and has gone
Many a time trying toget relief for his
corns the direct cause of ill lilting
You will find Ibis all obvluled bv
I'urchusiiig your footwear at the store of ,
Krntisse Bros., Oregon City.jJ
YIJJK YinVS FOKjW JJljV,
and those who watch and wait for time
will only il iscovcr its lligjit. You can
discover an clcgnnt collection of time
ieern in our stock of IndiiV and
KMitleiiitn'H gold and silvo watches,
which in all pawn aro inodelB of ac
curacy, keejiinj time so well that they
don't lose it. U'e can confidently roc
oniinond our watches and clocks, too,
an entirely trustworthy, and meeting
tho needs of tho hour to a second. Our
iiHHortiiiont of fashionable jewclery and silverware is very conipleto
I IUUM ICIHTKIi A ANDUICSKN.
Andrew S. Dingier, a resident of Red
land, was examined before County
Judge Hayes Tuesday, and was com
muted to the asylum on a charge ot in
B,inity. Dr. J. W. Norris was the ex
aini.'ig physician. Mr. Dingler's afflic
tion is a mild specie ot religious mania.
Another Oregon Ci'y manufacturing
enterprise has tiled articles of incorpora
tion in the secretary of state's office.
The Mechanic's Mill Company filed their
papers at balein last Saturday to manu
facture sash, blinds, doors, mouldings,
eto. ; principal office, Oregon City : capi
tal, $2000; incorporators, C. C. Robbing,
T. S. Lawrence and U. E. Harris.
Don't fail to take the Southern Pacific
Company's conductors excursion to
Salem Sunday June Oth. Trains will be
run from Portland. Eugene, and inter
mediate points, from West Side division
and Woodburn, and Springfield branch,
Tickets on sale at depot L. B. Moore,
fare $1.00 round trip.
The Silvenon papers speak in high
terms ot Senator George C. Brownell's
oration at that place on Decoration day.
The Senator has received and accepted
an invitation to deliver a lecture before
the Southern Oregon Chautauqua assem
bly at Ashland, on "Is Oregon Ripe for
a New Constitution."
On last Monday morning June 3rd, a
pair of twin boys were born to Mr. and
Mrs. E. M. Uhshosffer at Willamette
Falls, each neighing scant two pounds.
One of the dimina'ive infants is thriving,
but the other unfortunately died wiihin
six hours after his birth.
County Judge Gordon Hayes and Road
Engineer Kinnaird drove over the West
side county roads last Friday, and made
a thorough examination of the improve
ments under way, and viewed contem
plated changes for the betterment of the
roads in that section.
A petition is being circulated to have
the postal department re-establish the
postoffice at Ely, and appoint G. W.
Grace postmaster. A postoffice would
be a great convenience to these people,
and the prayer of their petition bhould
When the roadway at the bead of
Fifth ftreet was completed no provision
was made for proper drainage, and the
bank is caving away until the roacway is
so narrow that it is absolutely dangerous
traveling. The road should be repaired
Wanted, to rent a seven or eight-room
dwelling within 10 minutes walk of:
Main street. Address 294, care Enteb
pbi be office.
Mrs. F. R. Andrews, w ho teaches a i UH- Send for u Iree iiaihphl.rt, or remit
class of girls in the Presbyterian Sunday j cents in stamps foi book (fH, pages
school, entertained the young ladies utiu" "Woman and her deases." Address
her home at Maplewood farm on last ; World's Dispensary Medical Association,
iJullalo, . Y.
Dr. Pierce's Pellets cure permanently
constipation, sick headach, billiousness,
indigestion and kindred ailments.
We sold six tons last season.
We want to sell ten tons this season.
That's lots of straw Iwrries, but fine
fruit and low prices will sell them. Your
order solicited. E. E. Williams, tho
Cook's Mimical Institute.
A summer term will be held by this
school and terms will be materially re
duced until September. Apply to E.
Cook, principal. Abington Bldg. Portland.
C P. LOONEY,
. . . Dealer In . . .
CHOICE HAY, STRAW AND K ICE 13,
General Impressing, Job work ami Moving.
Corner f Hrldjie, .... Oregon City, Or.
Saturday evening. Strawberries and
cream were served ami the evening was
spent most pleasantly.
Attorney J. E. Marks was down from
Barlow Wednesday and reports that the
creamery Is m iking 50 pounds of butter
daily. The citizens of Barlow had a
meeting Tuesday night and are making
preparations to celebrate the Fourth in
Children's Day will be proerly ob
served at the Presbyterian church in
8pringwater, with a splendid program,
and the exercises will be profitable and
interesting. The services wiil begin at
10 a. m.
We aro Northwestern Agent for
"FALCON" BEE SUPPLIES
F. R. Andrews, of the Maplewood
farm is now prepared to supply vegeta
bles, fresh, to any part of the city, and
orders by telephone will receive prompt
attention, as he has telephone connec
tion with every part of the city.
There is great danger in neglecting
colic, cholera and similar complaints.
An absolute prompt and safe cure is
found in De Witt's Colic and Cholera
cure. C. G. Huntley, Druggist.
Wise is he who buys a home and stops
paying rent. C. O.T. Williams can fit
you out on easy terms.
Clarence Porter has re-opened the
blacksmith shop lately occupied by W,
8. Maple, opposite Pope's hardware
store and is ready to do all kinds of re
pairing and horseshoeing. Asa shoer
Mr. Porter is equal lo the best and al
ways gives satisfaction.
All parties owing Hamilton Bros,, Red
Front Store, to call at once and settle
their accounts and thus save further
trouble. Jas. Shaw,
Agent for Mortgagees.
Okeoon Citv, May 8, 18!)5.
Blank note, receipt and order books
at the Entbbpribi office.
( losing Out Mute.
Everything must go. Millinery goods
greatly reduced at Misses Roberts &
Hamilton. Sale begins Monday June
Highest cash price paid for second
hand goods of all kinds at second hand
store opposite Noblitt's stable on 7th st.
Our comb foundation and sections are the best
tne market. When in Portland, call and
Inspect our goods.
171 Second St., Portland, Ore,
SOHWAN & PUTROW.
Highest Honors World's Fair,
Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair. .
Hose of best grades
A great variety of
Ordinary Well Pumps
will suit you call and examine.
No trouble to show goods.
Most Perfect Made.
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