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Oregon City Enterprise.
C.'rk ot Courts,
Grln K. IUye
Jas. Atkins, a well known sawmill
nmii of Cauly was in town Satuiday.
L. P. Shank hi.iI wife, of t'anbv, were j
in tow n on busine Tlnimdiy-
James Kvans, of Canby, niailo this!
j!c"Bril!lT7 I "'u'e l,,0l,sa"t ltt11 0, Thursday.
v KimX'tj Mrs. Clm k.of Monlo l'ark, Cal., is.
U. L ii.imn 1 visiting Mr and Mrs. K. E. (.'Illinium
Kii'lmnl Seen ! . ...
iiwi. F. Homm
K. t . MMdilnrk
8. M. Ksnmhy
FRIDAY, DK.CKMllKR l, lS'l".,
SPRAY OFTHE FALLS.
lVtlow's eider, clean ami pure.
K. K. Williams, '1 lie Grocer.
Money to loan on good real estate
oecurity by A. S. Dresser.
f VO to loan on good real estute.
C. II. Dvs.
I' 14 barijains in uoblets, tumblers and
other glassware at The Fair.
C. 0. T. Williams is now prepared to
make loans on good farm property.
"What pretty hats!"' exclaimed a lady
as 9l:e passed the Red Front millinery
Wedding stationery, the latest styles
and finest assortment ever brought to
Oregon City at the Enterprise office.
Ksporienee and money cannot improve
Dr. Sawyer's Family Cure, because it
radially cures Dyeiiepsia. Liver com
plaint and Kidney difficulty. For sale
by Geo. A. Harding.
For a quiet place to hitch your horses
war 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
Why descend those tiresome steps
-when vou wish pure drugs, chemicals
and drug sundries? "Time is money"
Save both by getting your prescriptions
filled at the Seventh St. Pharmacy.
For the best and latest improved
washer. IIa the recommendations to
guarantee it. Call on Pope A Co ,
bard a are dealers, Oregon City.
Walter Currin has purchased two lots
in Ely of a Salem party and has bought
building which he has moved onto the
Dr. A. P. Sawyer Dear Sir: I have
been sultering with sick headache fur a
lone time. I used your family Cure and
now am entirely relieved. I would not
do wUliout vour medicine.
Mrs. G. Miller, Mt. Morrel Ills.
Sold by G. A. Harding.
.Phillip Landeau has rented and moved
iato Mr. Robert's house at Ely.
Two paper bag holders for said cheap
at Parker i Howard's store. Just the
thing for grocers.
C. H. Wheeler 4 Co. will move into
their new store room in the Willamette
block, next Monday, where elegant
quarters have bun fitted up for their
In clothing, K. L. Russell ot the Park
Place store, can give lower prices than
Portland or Oregon City, lhe reason
for that is, rent, insurance and other
charges are lower than bis competitors
and that he huys for caali. Just exam
ine liis goods and feee the bargains of
fered. Don't Toltacce fpit
Or smoke your life awav, is the truthful,
startling title of a book about JJo-To-Bac,
the harmless, guaranteed tobacco habit
ure that braces up nicotinized nerves,
eliminates the nicotine poison, makes
weak men gain strength, vigor and man
hood. You run no physical or financial
rink, as No-To-Baj is sold by druggists
everywhere under a guarantee to cure
or money refunded, book free, address
Werling Remedy Co., New York or
Chicago. Charman & Co., Druggist.
The creditors sale of the York & Son's
stock of shoes next door to the post
office in Oregon City is of but short
duration as the shoes are being placed
at such low prices that they are going
very fast. This is an opportunity that
seldom presents itsolt as this is a forced
ale to eatify creditors and the shoes hae
.got to be sold at some price, don't wait if
you want shoes until the sizes are broken.
Prof J. M. GaJrison closed his writing
-class last Thursday and left for Salem,
where lie opened a class. In his Oregon
iiiiy class lhe best writer was Miss Ger
tie Powell and the two who made the
most improvement were Johnnie Noble
and Waldo Adams, to each of whom, a
cash prize was given. A marked im
provement was shown by the whole
class and Prof. Garrison showed him
self to be a skillful teacher.
We cannot begin to name the many
beautiful articles shown in onr holiday
display of silverware. We can only ask
all who contemplate the purchase of
gifts to come in and see for themselves
our splendid assortment of appropriate
presents. We show the very latest
designs and most popular styles and our
prices are very low indeed. Be sure to
ee the advantages we are offering.
Bt'RMBIBTER & AnDRESEN.
Good assortment of second hand
school books, same as now used, at
Parker & Howard's store, all nearly
in this citv
Fred W. Smith, a well known farmer
of Needy, was doing Oregon City Tues
day. Dr. R. (toucher, a well-known physi-
,'cinn and fattrerof Mulino, was in the
county seat Wednesday.
Allan Frost, formerly of this otlice, has
accepted a position with the Clown Pa
per Mill Company.
Everett Hickman left for a brief visit
to San Francisco and California points
last Saturday evening.
Mrs. Sue McKee of this city spent
Thanksgiving at Willamette Falls, the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. II. Blankinship.
Miss Gertie Martin, of the
Store, leaves next week for
where she will attend school this win
ter. Dr. and Mrs. Frank Welch of Port
land, had Thanksgiving dinner at the
home of Mrs. K. L. Newton, aunt of Dr.
Henry Blankinship, formerly prescrip
tion cleik in Harding's drug store, left
last Monday for Portland, waere he has
taken a position in a drug store.
Miss Alice Hayes, of Salem, is visit
ing her brother, County Judge Hayes.
She is accompanied by the Judge's lit
Rev. C. U. Cross came down from
Brownsville Wednesday afternoon, and
is visiting relatives here. He is accom
panied by his little son.
Mrs. Amelia A. Milein, of Mount Ta
bcr, spent a couple of days with her
brother, County Judge Hayes, during
the past week.
Mrs. Arnold Graham, of Marshland,
after sending a week with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. James Thome, returned
home Friday morning, accompanied by
Mr. Graham, who came up Thursday
E. N. and S.A.Sanders, a students of the
Portland university, spent Thursday and
Friday in the city the guest of their brother-law,
and sister. Prof. S. W. and Mrs.
Miss Edna Rugg. who is attending the
Portland university, came up Thursday
morning and remained at home over
John Kruse, one of the best farmers of
Wilsonyille. was in Oregon "City Tuesday
on his way to Milwaukee to attend a
meeting of the Grange Insurance com
pany, ot which he is a member.
Miss Elsie Bray ton, daughter of Mr.
Brayton, of Maple Lane, lias taken a
position in the Red Front store. She
will take up the millinery trade.
0. P. Miller, who now holds down a
I position in the county clerk 8 oliice at
Portland, came up Tuesday evening to
attend a meeting of the Odd Fellows en
campment. Miss Nellie Hutton, Miss Bisbee and
Miss McCollum, students of the Port
land university, came up with Miss
Rugg Thursday, and attended the Bap
Will Lewthwaite hai resigned his po
sition in the Willamette Pulp & Paper
Company's mills, to take a course of en
gineering in a Portland school.
R. Nobel, a merchant of Sacramento,
California, has been visiting his son,
L. A. Nobel, of the Depot Hotel. This
is his first visit to Oregon, although he
has lived in California for many years.
Bert Moore, who has resided in Ore
gon City for the past ten years, left last
Friday for Minneapolis, Minnesota,
where an accepted position already
awaits him with the Pullman Palace
J. S. Wolfer, president of the Fidelity
Building and Loan association of Denver
Colorado was in the city Friday and was
shown over the city by their local agent
E.E.Martin. He expressed himself as
highly . pleased with this city. This
company has a local board composed of
some of the representative business men
of the city.
Mrs. L. 0. Young, of Hood view was
in Oregon City for a short time, Monday
while on ber way to Portland. Mrs.
Young is a literary woman of above the
average ability and has shown herself to
be a writer of considerable promise.
P. NOyer, a former resident of Mo
lalla, and who represented Clackamas
county in the Oregon legislature in 1880,
is now visiting this section and will re
main until February. When be left
Clackamas county five years ago he pur
chased a fine fruit and stock farm on the
Columbia near Umatilla rapids, but the
unprecedented high waters in the Co
lumbia carried away his house and or
chards, and he afterward removed to
Yakima, Washington. He is now en
gaged in mining on the middle fork of
the John Day river in Grant county.
F. J. Perkins, representing Bradstreets
Commercial Agency, was in the city
Thursday. Speaking of of the financial
standing of Oregon City and of its pros
perity, Mr. Perkins stated that in all bis
travels on the Coast he bad not been in
a town that indicated a more aulmtautial
growth and had greater ossihllities than
1'osl muster Green was laid up for sev
eral days during the fore Pint of the
week with a severe attack of neuralgia of
the stomach and was unable to ' attend
to his regular work at the postolllce.
Mrs. C. A. Filch was np from Port
land for u few hours on Wednesday, vis
iting her husband, the editor of the In
dustrial Herald. She was accompanied
by her two children.
C. W. Watts, publisher of the Albany
Telescope, passed through the city Wed
nesday on bis way to Portland, where
he intended to lake the steamer fur a
I short visit to San Francisco.
William Stover, son of W. Stover, of
this city, w ho Is attending the Lutheran
college at St. Paul, Minnesota, writes
borne that he is well pleased with his
school and is making good progress in
his studies. He has gained 21 pounds
in weight since leaving Oregon which
indicates that he has a go td boarding
place and that the cold climate of the
Racket "ort' i not trying on him
The square decorated stone entranco
to the Weinhard building attracts con
siderable attention by its oddity of ap
pearance and elegant design. The or
namental engraving was done by Mr.
Baltes, one of General Ed Kilfeuther's
men. The style is called German Ha
naisancs and was artistically executed
after the stone work was laid in the wall.
and get our iiricfson candies
ami nuts fur tlio ChriHtniHH
trntlo. Thoy are goinn to l
wny ilown, oluitHr than
ovor lx'fort", ami wewillhuvo
enough to supply the whole
Nuts of all Kinds-
IS. 12. WillinniH,
I.Ki.ANt), Dec. 8. A Christian Endeavor
society has been organized to meet at lit
school house. The following otllcers were
clioyen: Lester M. I.clatul, president; Mary
Rider, vice president; Liuie Thomas, sec
retary; Ida Inland, treasurer.
The oldest son of W. Staelld. who had
his leu broken while at plav, basso far re
covered as to be removed from the hospital.
By order of County Physician Pain John
Tuttle has been taken to lhe hospital for
treatment. Mr. Tuttle is very aged and his
son, D. II. Tuttle, is no longer able to care
Mrs. Thomas, who has been living with
Mrs. Win. H. Jones for about a year, will
leave for the home of her mother.
The receipts at the pie social amounted
to fii.T.j which will be used for the benefit of
the Sunday school.
The school districts No. I8, (5. T. McAr
thnr, teacher, and No. til, Chas. Rutherford,
teacher, will compete lor an excellent pic
ture of Abraham Lincoln, o lie red by Mr.
Rutherford. The conditions are that the
winner is lo show the least tardy marks for
the mouth of December,
J. M. Flndlay writes Irom his Southern
California home that times are dull there
and that he has not secured any work.
As Miss Julia Findley, who formerly
wrote from this place as " Hayseed," has
removed Irom here these items are con
tributed by Mi.
Get our Christmas prices on candy,
nuts, etc. E E. Williams, Oregon City.
Hiiod View Notes.
Hood View, Dec. 2. Mrs. Harry Spencer,
who has bean so very ill for the past few
weeks Is rapidly improving.
J. W. lirahaiu, of Graham s Ferry, is still
on the sick list.
Sam DeW'ye, who five years ago was a
boy in our midst, working for small wnges.
i-i now attending the University Park
school. Sam is a.very studious lud and we
wish him success
Mrs. Maine Zumwalt Is visiting with her
brothers at Grandpa Zumwalt's.
Chas. McKinney and family have moved
into L. Comstock's house for the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Seely made Portland
a business trip this week.
Miss Amelia Haslebrinlc was home on a
visit this week. She intends te remain in
the metropolis through the winter.
Miss Nellie Murray and Miss Orilla Stall
thicker are attending the East Side Failing
Judd Seely has improved his ranch with
a new picket fence near the road.
Sass brothers and M. C. Young have
shipped the last of their hop crop and many
others would like to do likewise.
Miss Thompson will soon close lier first
term in the Conell Creek school.
Miss Lavina Bovce, formerly of this
plate, was married this week at the resi
dence of her uncle, Win. Cane, of Chain
popg. The happy groom is a Portland man.
Miss Kstella Kmerick, a resident of
Schools Ferry, and well known here, and
Mr. field Groaner, of that place, were re
cently united for better or worse. We wish
them much happiness.
Thanksgiving passed oli very quietly
with us this year, there being no dance In
our midst, bat plenty near enough to ac
commodate all who wished to take a shake
of the " fantastic."
Butteville't new orchestra, with Prof.
Jim Barrett as leader, furnished music both
at Tualatin and Newberg.
William Parker,who has been employed
for the last year as farm band for M. C.
Young, expects to fish this winter on the
Cowlitz and return loaded with the precious
The death took place Saturday of Lloyd,
the four-year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Ira
Seely, of Wilsonville. The funeral services
took place Monday and were conducted by
Kev. 0. W. Barber of the Congregational
church. The interment took place in the
Pleasant Hill cemetery. Lloyd was a bright
little fellow and his death is a severe blow
to his parents. The cause of his death was
inflammatory rheumatism. Anna.
Dovica, Noy, !!. Our Thanksgiving on
the '.'Hili of November was held at the Dover
school house. It was attended bv parents
and pupils of lhe district ho supplied tht
edibles which were very tastefully spread 1
upon a teiuorary table together with a rich j
bouquet of Doners from Portland, all mak-1
lug a rich and tempting display, rellevting
great credit on the two Indies, Mrs. 8. K.
Kitimiller mid Mrs. 11. I'ollalt, who super
intended the arrangement of the festival, j
Before ealhiK, Mr. John Collatt, teacher, re- i
cited to the company a very appropriate j
poem entitled " Thanksgiving." This was
followed by a free ' pitch in," in old-fasti.
ioned style. Much mirtli and Inn were in
dulged in while all heartily paid their best '
respects to what was most agreeable to their .
taste, ami fowls, rakes and pie" were rap
Idly consumed. All had enough, all went
oil' very pleasantly. Then the house was
cleared and many games were played,
much to the amusement of both old and
young, and songs were sung, such as
"Marching Throuh Georgia," also several
An essay on the Early History of the I'nt
ted State, composed ami read by Perry Kits
taller, was well read and well received.
The writer pointed out the hardships and
persecutions which the early pioneers of
our beloved country endured, and con
trasted the limes then and now, much to
theeutertainmeiit of his audience.
The Thanksgiving festival was concluded
with an oration by John Collatt, who was
greeted with rounds of applause. All then,
Including two directors, parted with the
best of feeling and with the hope that all
might live to see the return of many such
pleasant and protllahle Thanksgivings.
WATCH YOUR FEET !!!!
As you Y.iliio your life.
Kverv tiiuo vou Kt vour foct wet it in a nitil in your
Collin Heath liukrt in u jioor hIido. A luul hiiou
in ak i'8 li)j tloetiir hills imlo i-lu'ckH rounding
wholilors hollow clu'sts hillimm roiuplnxioii niul
Htuuti'il foruiH. A dry warm foot irolonun lifo
iiiukcH rosy chucks well roundcil forum eli'itr coin
phrtiou full chest ami piod upctitr.
Y7n'CJi Y()ni KKKT 'fi$ Y00 YjfHJIK YOdK WFK.
Do this ami you vhall live a long; tiiuo.
McKittrick. "The Shoe Man."
Next door to Oregon City Dank, OroKon City. f
don't stay awake nights trimming your hatt; but jimt
cull at Mrs. Sladens, millinery parlor's. Homo
thin); there will attract you. Hats unil liouuetit niiulu to
order. Trices of trimmed hats from $1.00 ami up.
Next door South Methodist Church,
Mulu Street, Orctfon City,
WE WISH TO MAKE AN IMPRESSION
We will have t jns of candy, nuta ajid
fruits for Chrintmaa tradu and we are
going to sell them cheap.
E. K. Willumh, Tho Grocer.
The pleasure of giving as well a the
pleamire of receiving ia made greater and
more lasting hy gifts of real simple
elegance and every day uacfulneHS.
Such gifts are right in our line. Goods
may he selected now and delivered at
Hi kmkistkb A Andhkkkn, Juwlcrs.
The Crown Taper Company are now
manufacturing tlbre cloth from chem
ically prepared wokI, which bids fair to
become an imp'jrlant articlo of com
merce. It is of fine texture and finish
and is intended to take the pi no of fibre
chamois for dress and sleeve lining. It
is much cheaper than the latter product
and improvements will he made in its
manufacture, which gives promise that
it will become an important article, of
We will here tons of candy, nuts and
fruits for the Christmas trade, and we
are going to sell them cheap. E. E.
Williams, the grocer, Oregon City.
Queen Esther at Shively's opera house
Dec. 13 and 14. Reserved seats 35
cents now for sale at Huntley's book
store, E. E. Charman's drug store and
for 1") cents at Parker A
ljp-r-cv s-vjt ;r--.i-"-o .-e-'
on your minds in our first STEP towards
Look out for our announcement
Cliiiriiiiin & Company,
City Drug Store.
Uow you Can Save Money
When your children need a litxntivo or stomach
and bowel regulator, buy
BABY'S FRUIT LAXATIVE.
Fifty doHeH lor twenty-live centn. Tho hoahoii for
coldrt and cough in upon tin. In order to Imi pro
pared for an emergency, get a kittle of
Baby's Pectoral Syrup,
The best in the market, rnen 2 centH. For alo
ut tho CAN BY PHARMACY, Cat.by, Or.
DR. J. H. IRVINE, Proprietor.
Brm. J. f. Bell, Omauatomle, Kan,
wife of the editor ot The Graphic, tho lead
ing local paper of Miami county, wrltea
"M warn troubled with heart dieaa
for six fears, severe palpitations, short
ness of breath, together with such ex
treme nervousness, that, at times I would
walk the floor nearly all night. We
consulted the best medical talent.
They maid there trim no help for me,
that I had organic disease of the heart for
which there was no remedy. I had read
your advertisement In The Graphic and
ayear ago, as a last resort, tried one bottloof
ir. illlet' Sew Cure, for the Heart,
which convinced me that lhc.ro was true
merit la It. 1 took three bottles each of the
Heart Cure and Kestoratlve Nervine and
It completely cured me. I mleep
well at ulght, niy heart beats regularly and
I have no more smothering spells. I wish
to say to all who are sulTerlng as I did;
there's relief untold for them If they will
only give your remedies Just one trial."
Dr. Miles TlnnrtCnre Is sold on a positive
guarantee that tho Hint bottle will nenuflt.
All druggists sell Itfttll, 6 Inrttl'-s fur 15, or
It will benefit, prepaid, on rocelpt of price
by the l)r. Miles Uuditsi Co., JOkhurt, lull
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure
The most complete stock of
Trees ever had in our nursery.
Trees in every variety.
In all tho latent and host varieties.
TRUE TO NAME
All trees plainly laheled.
FREE FROM DISEASE
Special care is taken to have all stock freo
is located 3 miles below Oregon City on west
bank of Willamette river.
sent on application. I'ostollico address ia
WALLING & JAIUSCH. F. T. Barlow
agent for Oregon City.