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Oregon Cily Enterprise.
FRIDAY, JUNF 28, 1S!W.
J OKROON CITY OFFICERS
H.U'TlNT Asset unos.
Sncttsrul Si'MiloM Just Closed In
Hnp'l ol Water Works.
Oouiirllmrn H. C. Slevfti
J J. Ooik, Ben). Jrr, Muck Howell, U
; L Porter, Hour) Melilnim, J. W. Moll'mt.
' opuncil meets flrnl Weluc,U ofe.chniomh
In oily halt.
The fortv-newnth Annual seamon ot
the WilUmottx lUpliNt Anwiation con
vened in the Oregon City church Tues
day at 2:150 p. in. The meeting was
opened with devotional service by Kvan
Bolist J. C. Appel. D. C. Latourette
SPRAY OF THE FALLS.
jj Summer lMuks.
Wneht's Root lVer,
' California Lemon Syrup,
I Hone's Mine Fruit Juice,
1 ly's Wild Cherry Fhosphate,
All sold by E. E. William, the grocer,
" Tin fruit jar fillers at the Racket store.
Farm, Canby, Ore.
i roi tland prices in fire works and
fl.is t the No clt v candy store.
Fresh vegetables from Muplewood
(arm delivered to all parts of the city
T. W. noli
Ctms. K Rums
K. 8 1'alifl
K. U llolman
E. K. Pristi
W. H. Unwell
i. Kiuuaini ,,. ... .,
. itmiuiuoii, oeiivereii uie a.uireita ol welcome, ana
the response was made by Rev. Mam
Njbleol NewherK, and the annual ser
men was delivered by Rev. J. 0. Hut
roughs of Calvary church, I'ortland,
who delivered a moot effective sermon
on "Christ 8 Judeao Ministry."
The orgnuiaation of the convention
was perfected by the election of Rev.
L. J. Trumbull of Astoria, moderator,
and R. O. Jones, of Amity, secretary
and treasurer, for the ensuing year,
Two new churehes applied for admis
sion to the association, the church at
Noble, Marlon county, and the Tark
Place church in Portland. Thty were
received into membership, and the rep
resentatives welcomed by Rev. Oilman
A splendid selection of men's, ladies'
And children's tan shoes at Cliarman &
W. II lines, editor oi Rainier's live
new spaper, The Review, was in Oregon
That 10 acre tract on West Side can
bo now for f'W. Owner wants money.
J. M. Ftnley and family lelt for Little
Ntuck, on the Tillamook coast, Wed
nesday, where they w ill spend the sum
mer. Golden Wet baking powder is abso
lutely uure. Every can is guaranteed
to give satisfaction. E. K. Williams,
Mis. an l Mrs. U. Lankins of Roltou
hnye a fine girl at their home whose
arrival dales since Wednesday of last
Afier teething is finished, Stydmnn'g
Soothing Powders will be found us-fnl to
correct the minor disorders of children,
up to ten years.
Five room cottage convenient to car
line auJ Main street $8 per month
Good yard. Inquire of A. W. Schwan,
at Schwan ft Piitrow's hardware store.
Don't f id seeing the famous vegetable
'hayseed social, at Shi vely'a ball. All
the vegetables will be there. The beat
along with the dead (l)eat) can be seen.
Fred and Norwood Charman, sons of
F. It. Charman, are sending the week
in Portland at (he home of his aunt, Mrs.
M. K West
the first graduate of McMlnnvllle col
lege, who la now doing missionary
work in China, supported by the Rap
tist women of Oregon,
In the evening C A Nutley, read a
report on religious literature, and a
sermon was delivered by Rev. Farmer
of Salem .
At the Thursday morning session it
was 'decided to apply the i i teres on
the Failing fund for the benellt of the
Continued next week.)
For a quiet place to tiilch your horses
awav from the motor line and a place to
get a 6rst class job of repairing or horse
shoeing call on S. F. Scripture's shop on
AItlleof Wright's Root Beer ex-
trart makes five gallons for ten cents
A cheap and health-giving drink. E.
.5. Williams, the grocer.
New line of belt
the Racket store
pins just arrived at
Mow ia your chance to get shoes cheap.
The Eastern Shoe Store 19 closing out.
'The front door will be locked before
ioug South Electric Hotel. Oregon
"The Fair," will open Monday July 1,
an the Ktevens building on Main street,
two doors south of the bridge. Call and
Seethe bargain countersat "The Fair."
$-10 25 & 50 cent counters.
Meat from cheap second grade beef
cannot be otherwise than tough and
tasteless. Albright buys only the best
of stock three ar.d five-year-old stall
fed steers furnish his stakes and roasts
juicy and tender enough for a king.
That 20 acre tract, level road, Vt
miles out, plenty of running water, only
$050. C. O. T. Williams.
A few of those $100 ito 130 lots left,
only a few blocks from the opera bouse.
Easy terms. Apply to C. O. T.
Small Inys and their big brothers w ill
find all the material necessary for the
proper celebration of the Fourth at Mrs.
R Prior's, Cheapest place in town to
get all kinds of fireworks. Candies and
mils for the girls.
Samuel E. Midlani, of Union, Ohio,
arrived in Oregon City Tuesday to make
an extended visit with his brother, E.
W. Midlam. The brothers had not met
before for twenty years. Mr. 8. E.
Midlani may possibly make this state
The annual camp meeting of Oregon
Spiritualists will be held tit New Era,
beginning on July 3d and continuing
until July 21st. They will celebrate
the Fonrth of July in appropriate style,
with a grand spread and able speakers
will be present.
A pleasant boating party took a ride
on the Willamette last Thursday evening
and viewed the falls and other scenery
by electric and moonlight. The members
of the party were Misses Sade Chase,
Kafe Ward, Faye Swick, of Dayton,
Mm a and Amy Kelly ; Messrs. Laurence
Driggs, Glare Campbell, Charles Wilson,
Will Lewtb watte and E. B. Singleton of
The first evening was devoted to the
program of the Young People's Bap
tist Union, and there was a good attend
ance and an interesting meeting. The
greatest feature of the evening, was the
address of PresiJent U.S. Gile, ot the
State Union Christian Endeavor Society.
Among other things be commented on
the meeting of Baptist young people at
Toronto last year.
In the morning Rev. Parker gave a re
port on the state of religion, which
showed an encouraging condition of af
fairs, in the different localities. Rev.
J. II. llargreaves reported on the Sunday-school
work for the past year, and
Rev. J. O. Burroughs gave an address
on ttie relation of the Sunday school
to the religious state of the church.
The relation of foreign missions to the
religious state of the churches was pre
sented by Rev. M. N. Lewis of Portland,
and Rev. Noble of Newberg, and the
discussion of the subject was participa
ted in by President Brownson, of Mc
Minnville ; Rev. Frei Ager, of Wheat
land, Cal., and Rev. M. L. Rugg. of
The enrollment committee reported
117 delegates present, as follows :
Amity Mr and Mrs M O Jones, Mis
ses Mary Wesslen, Eva Jack, Phena
Bethel Rev II T Cummins, Mis
Mr and Mrs E A Snyder, Misses Jen
nie Boise and Carrie IV ford.
French Prairie Rev J H Hargreavee,
W H Ringo, Mrs J Jones, Miss Adele
Grace, (Montavilla, Or.) Rey. U
Hollcroft, Mesdames C H Welch, J
Smith, O Burroughs, G Birkett, II
Immanuel, Portland Rey II A Bar
den, Misses A Kent and C C CaMo.
Holton Mr and Mrs Charles Tar
bell. Mount Tabor Rev A W Snyder, Mr
and Mrs J W Mills i P Biker and Mrs
Newberg Rev Mark Noble, J Larkin ,
Noble Mrs S C Matlock, Miss Agnes
Matlock, A C Coe, A T Kenworthy.
Oregon City Re? and Mrs. M L
Rugg, Rev. and Mrs Gilman Parker,
W Cary and Mrs Johnson, A S and
Mrs Dresser, D C and Mrs Latourette,
FE and Mrs Donaldson, Mesdames
J K Groom, M L Dnggs, F E Law
rence. First Church, Portland Rev J E
Appel, Mr and Mrs J II Teale, Wil
liam Hahn, Mesdames Ira Russ, Ame
lia Merrill, E J Mead, J White, E K
Howe, C A Woody, Misses Virginia
Watson, Sarah J Henderson, and J II
Second Church, Portland Rev M N
Lewis and wife, W B Hall and wife,
T J Kern; Mesdames A T Webb, Ar
villa Beckwlth. A McGuiro, L Ayles
worth, B F McCawley, R White, J C
Werschkul, J 8 Montgomery, G L Mc
Lynn, A Kadderly, U Shogren, H Mc
Cormick, N Davis; Misses Clara L
Webb, Lena Jardohl, Ada II Hall,
Beatta Robinnon, Mattie and Mary
Third Church, Portland-Rev W 8
Gee and wife, G E Jamieson and wife,
Mrs W G Stiles.
Park Place, Portland J 8 Romtree,
W S Finch, C A Nutley, Mra J T
Salem Rev J P Farmer, W II Far
mer, H T Bruce, W W Brooks, W 8
Gile, Mesdames Dr Jessup and G C
Schwood, Portland 8 J Brown, Mes
dames M Burnside, Dr Iagalls, Steven
Among the many visitors who at
tended the convention, were C Yoder,
Carlton, Rey E B Pace, Rev T G
firownson, McMinnville; Rev R Mc
Killop, Centralia, Wash ; Rev F Agar,
During the day the following officers
of the Baptist Young People's Union
were elected as follows: A. 8. Dresser,
of Oregon Ciry, president; J W Thom
as, of Salem, vice-president; Miss Clara
L Webb, of Portland, secretary and
treasurer; C A Lewis,
Among . the interesting things pre
sented at the Women's Missionary
convention held. Wednesday, was the
report of the work of Miss Skinner,
In the account of the commencement
exercises at McMinnville The ain-
hill Reporter has the following: Hon.
W. Carey Johnson oke for the board
of trustees, stating that at their annual
meeting, matters were found in hopeful
condition. Provision was made for giv
ing the college a place in oratorical con
tests and providing medals for same,
and the subject of physical culture and
construction of a gynasium were con
sidered. The degree of A. M. was con
ferred upon lion. J. II, Smith, Prof.
Sanders, John T. Clurk and Miss Ida
Skinner, all graduates of more than three
The Park Place band has been en
gaged to play in the great parade to be
held in Portland on the Fourth. The
boys have been doing some vigorous
practicing of late and will be able to
make a very creditable showing as com
pared with the other bands that will he
in line. The baud now numbers four
teenteen pieces, and with their new uni
forms present quite a nobby appearance.
There will be ten other bauds partici
paling in the parade, and it promises to
be the greatest procession ever held in
Miss Mary Burner arrived in Oregon
City Monday from Eugene, and is now
in Portland w here she is undergoing a
hearing in the U. S. court, on a charge of
sending unlawful letters through the
United States mails. About forty wit
nesses are in attendance from Eugene,
and the trial is causing wide spread at
tention. The court room is crowded
every day to hear the proceedings.
Stale Senator George C. Rrownell and
Mr. Bilyeu of Eugene, are conducting
Miss Berger's defense.
The marriage of Islie II. Cowing of
this city to Miss Fannie J. Grey of Port
land, was solemnized at the home of the
bride's parents on Thursday of this
week. The bride is one of Portland's
brightest young ladies, and the groom is
a member of the law firm of Cowing k
Cowing of this city, his father Capt. T.
F. Cowing being the senior member.
The 'many friends ol the young couple
wish them a long and happy life.
Miss Winnie Graham, of Oregon City,
and Miss M S. Barlow, of Barlow, have
been re-elected to positions in the Port
land schools. The names of Miss Kate
Porter, of this city, and Prof. Powell,
formerly principal of the Oregon City
schools, who were teachers there last
year, do not appear on the published
J. M. Hardman, road foreman of
the Springwater road district, was in Or
egon City Monday, and is now inspect
ing the bridges in the western part o the
county under the direction of the county
court. Mr. Hardman was fur several
years foreman for lioffinaa & He let, the
well known bridge builders, and knows
a bridge when be sees it.
In accordance with the request of the
National Good Citizenship League, next
Sunday, the last before Independence
Day, will be observed at the Congrega
tional church as "Patriotic Day." The
topic in the morning will be, "The Chris
tian State." In the evening, National
Problems, and their solution.
Rev. Harmon Brass, state superinten
dent of home missions for the Congrega
tionalism in Nebraska, is visiting the
toast, and Thursday afternoon came out
from Portland to see Oregon City and its
great manufacturing plants.
Although not required by the rulings
of the post office department to receive
letters for the south bound overland mall
later than six o'clock, Postmaster Green
has kindly volunteered to keep the post
office open for the reception of letters
and other mail, until seven P. M.
Rev. I. D. Driver had a narrow escape
from death Sunday night on, his farm
near Eugene, by being gored by a bull.
The animal got Mr. Driver against a barb
wire fence, goring him frightfully and
lacerating his flesh on the barbs, but he
is not considered dangerously injured.
A band of four hundred head of fine
looking cattle passed through Oregon
City Wednesday. They were the prop
erty of J. B. Hawleyof Cottage Grove,
and are on their way to Idaho.
The commencement exercises of St.
John's school will be held next Monday
evening, which will consist of music,
songs, recitations, etc., and will end with
a grand operretti.
There will be special services in the
Baptist church next Sunday evening in
the interest of good citizenship. The
pastor will preach a sermon appropriate
to the occasion.
E. C. Blackford, editor of the Clats
kanie Chief, was in Oregon City last
Buy your fire works at the Novelty
Gentlemen's celluloid collars, Racket
Hlgheit Honors World's Fair,
Oold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
Most Perfect Made.
40 Years the Standard.
G. II. Bestow spent Sunday at Canby,
Miss Fay S wick of Davton, spent l'rl
day with her aunt , Mrs. I., C. Driggs.
Ellas Moxier, one of Redland's well
known farmers, was in Oregon City
James Church returned from the Col
umbla Saturday, where he has been en
gaged in fishing.
E. B. Singleton of Salem. soiit Fri
day and Saturday In Oregon City the
guest ot Miwrenee Driggs,
M. J. McDonough left Wednesday for
an extended trip to the Sound and for
visit with his brother at Seattle.
K. E. Wilson, a Corvallis justice of the
pence and lawyer, was in Oicgon City
Sunduv, the guest of Miss Krwa Law
Mrs. E. C. Maddock has been very ill
from a severe attack of swelling of the
tongue and throat, but her condition Is
Mrs. W. A. White, of this city, attend
ed and took pait in the proceedings of
the Women's State Missionary conven
tion, at Portland, Wednesday.
Mrs. S. Mills and daughter, Miss
Miua, of Portland, accompanied by Mrs.
E. M osier of Texas, were guests at the
home of II. L. Kelly last Saturday and
Mrs. Dr. J. W. Cowan acted as pre
siding utile er at the Wednesday afternoon
session of the State Congregational
Women's Missionary eouvention, held
Miss Kdnetta Chase has been re
elected as teacher of the Mount Pleasant
school. She closed a very successful
term of school at that place on Friday
of last week.
Miss Edna Ktik'g ono of the students
at the Willamette University at Salem,
arrived in the city Friday, and is Blind
ing the vacation with her parents, Rey.
and Mrs. M. L. Rugg.
Capt. J. T. ApiH'rsou left for Corvallis
Monday, where lie will attend the com
mencement exercises of the State Agri
cultural college, and a meetiiiit of the
board of regents, of which he is presi
dent. Mrs. Mary Jewell, of San Francisco,
is visiting her parents. Mr, and Mrs.
William Eudy. .She will be joined in
a short time by her husband, alio is a
freight clerk for the Southern Iat-itfc,
at San Francisco.
Sidney Smyth leaves this week on a
trip through Eastern Washington tolook
after some contracts bis company are
interested, one of which isan iron briilue,
of 300 foot span to be built acroits the
Wenatchee river. Ho will be gone sev
Goorge A. McKiulay. a former resi
dent of Oregon City, and who is now
trainer for the Portland Amateur Ath
letic Association, was in Oregon City
Sunday. He states that a uuiutier of
athletes in this cily have made applica
tion for membership.
Ed. Fields, the jolly little railroad man
who has bueu at Oregon City for some
years, is at the Salem depot to take Karl
Hoopengarner's plaee for a few days
while Earl is attending to very impor
tant personal matters at Corvallis.
Max Kesselringu a wvr in the
woolen mills, left on Monday for Ven
tura county, California, wliere he will
try his hand at fiuit raising. Mr. Kes
selring was a member of Co. F. and the
boys regret his departura, as he was
welll iked by his comrdes.
Judge John Meldrum, and Judge W.
S. Moore, of Klamath Falls, president
of the Mt Hood it Barlow Wagon Road
company, left Tuesday morning for a
trip of inspection over the line of the
road. They intended to spend a week
on the trip.
Mrs. E. C. Bray, of Corvallis, is in
the city attending the Baptist conven
tion. Her son-in-law, E. W. Hadley,
formerly receiver of the Oregon Pacific
railroad, has moved away from that
place and she and Mr. Bray contemplate
purchasing property and locating here.
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Pilsbury will leave
on Thursday of next week for Salt Lake
City, where they will spend the summer,
at the close of which they will go to Den
ver for the winter. Mrs. Filsbury's
health is poor and she finds the climate
of the West a great benefit to her. They
have greatly enjoyed their stay in Ore
gon City while visiting with the family
of J. G. Pilsbury, a brother of Mr. E. F.
No niattor what you
buy at our storo it in
tho very licwt of its kind.
Kvorytiiinj? new and
fresh. Wo Mould ask you to call and
st'o our stock. Wo havo tho host branda
of all goods, andean in somo linos show
you Honu'thini; vorv lino.
Staub's Cash Grocery.
FIT f "C
Commercial Dank Block,
Many a man has "HroUeii Out"
In a passion, and felt all
Trying to get a nrw pair of shoes
He has bad to
Many an engagement on account of
crippled feet, and baa gone
Many a time trying toget relief for his
corns the direct cause of ill fitting
You will find this all obviated by
purchasing your footwear at the store of
HKmusse Bros., Oregon City. 3
FOURTH OF JULY
3 DAYS CELEBRATION 3
("J rand Ilhuninatod
liioyt'lo l'a ratio on
of tho Third.
July 4, at 10:30 A. M. July 4
Grand parade of Military and Civic societies,
The lMug Uglios, appropriate and Uniijuo
Speed Associations, Races of the Parade,
(They begin June 20 and continue till July G.)
Grand Pyrotechnic Display in the Evening
of the Fourth.
During th day Imseliall, horso racing, uicyolu racing anil Bportt)
of all kindrt which continue on tho 5th.
and thoHO who watch and wait for tinifl
will only discover ita flight. You can
discover an elegant collodion of time
piecoH in our stock of ladies' mid
gentlemen's gold And silvo watches,
which in all cases are models of ac
curacy, keeping time bo well thatthoy
don't 1oh6 it. We can confidently rec
ommend our watches and clocks, too,
as entirely trustworthy, and meeting
tho need of tho hour to a secoiri Our
assortment of iaHhionablo jowelory and silverware is very complete
I1UHMEISTER & ANDUKSEN.
C P. LOONEY, .
. . . Dealer In . . . ,
CHOICE HAY, STRAW AND FEED,
General Expressing, Job work and Moving,
Corner of Urlcle Oregon City. Or.
SCHWAN & PUTROW.
Hose of best grades
A great variety of
Ordinary Well Pumps
opray rumps. 1
Prices will suit you ; call and examine.
No trouble to show goods.