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Oregon City Enterprise.
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A M mi. I iriKli tly M l.ir I'url
Imitl MhihIiix, W i'iliii'tny anil Ktldar,
Kt IIiiiii, iimuI ariMiiniUlliina and low mine,
Nu way Irmiilil handled. Hhtiitlitl rntvt uu
NOITIIKIlN I'AI IKIC RAILWAY.
Callliiiiila Kaurima (UiriMiKli) 7 I U. III.
K.t.l, urn ,ural (way lUllou.) II M p, m.
H.l. tti r. ini. r . y fl.in.
mi II rniiiHO.
Itn tin rir jirl (way tallniia) 9 77 . m
l alllnriila Kiprnaa llhriiiialil VI , p in
H ill ill I" li.m . . 4 w p. in.
HvaniTiiaMN ri im' mii.naii.
Mall i l"n gnli ( No Ih, H .1) ill. and 7 p in.
Mall v oHa "iiim Mo lid, a h7 a. m ami 7p in
Mall 'II irllnilnd Inmi VTinlia, in , In In in.
M I dial lot vl 1 1 in Mm h, a . in , 4 p. ii,,
ii r t aiiix m.ai ikii: Lisa.
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4 I a p m.
(Iri'itmi I lly In K.ly.l'ariia, Mull no. I.llirral and
Mnlalla liatra al I J in. and arrlvi'a alii m.
Omkhii Clly In llravi-r ( rui'k. Mink. Clark.
Mradnw llriiiik. I niiiu Mill., and I nlinn, li'avva
al h a in M lay, Mvtl lunula y and i rilay,
and rntiirna 'in IhIIhwIiik dava at 4 .ill p. in
iiri'K"i City In Vlnia, Ionian and llrdlaiid
leave or'tfoii Clly Monday, Wnlni'tday and
Kildnyal l.ui ., in., iiavlii( Viola aamo daya
al 7 la) a. in.
Or i'in 1'iiy In Wil'atiiv Iv, H'alT r! and
Vi , ii v 1 r, ..rill, . ul HI a in, and avn. at
t :m p in ,in iy.
iivii r I -iid viy ''itid'iw a up n on Muitlat
Ii mi In tu II a in. A i l'-tu r-l-i.,p ! ,nt h
t a- li nr I I'toinp ly an t ulT H hi a ,
. n "Ii f d
A I Kai r,i iii.ll 'lil lat.-U,i'l Mi I III I"
rrlvtMi V ;ui a nt . h r, tr In will c III-' o. I'1
n ' I i a nr 4 I't ci'irir car.
KH10AY, lii:('KMiu:i imi.v
KlI.KtNlli I 'null ClxluhV ll.M lUll..
- I'lrinxt liimn'M, wliii liua Ih-cii ion-liiii-il
in tlm i u inly j.til fur llm I'.ihI Itiri i
Wi'rka, I'liitri-i I W illi llm MninliT uf J. M
llniwn, of Willioit, luit I ml ir , U unt
on li.ul Ho ni ri'liMHi'4 l.mt hiitunUy
mi it Iniinl uf i'xKI tu u n n r (lit llii-t of
Ki-liriliirv, willi A. V. Ivia, ul Willmil,
Mini J. K. Ni'U'in, uf .MuliilU, Ha fimlii'a.
AlviH Uiihhi-II if wiiiitml to tiivtt an i'X
I'liiiialiun of liia alory nlinul tlm ninnlcr
uf J. M. llniwn, wlni li cm i ami llm arrcHt
ol TciinyH in lilcakncy and Frni'Ht Itim
Holl on n very norioiiH rlmritn. Alvla
Kilacl Iiiim liucn m( Work in tlm lied
)(ik It iiiiiiih, ami A V. IvIm, Frur.k
SliiTiiiuu iiml (!iiii Strong, who went
out to liring in (lie fiiriniT, m.-ru iiinililu
to gd to lliu minca on ni'i'otint ul tlm
luiivy Know. Tlicy cainu in Suliinluy
mill ri'Hirtnil llmt tlmy wcru in a licuvy
now- n(i rin c ii tlii) roHil out, mid wIicb
witliln lour milcH of tlmir (loatiiiniion,
tlie anow wnN an heavy Hint it wa tin
ximililc to nnike (urlliiH- progri'ii. Tlicy
liud a Krrioti 1 1 in" wlmii tlicy retiuivd
tllt'ir Btepri, uh ull aigni of Hit) iiioiintuin
tmit wcru olililmrulcd liy tliu fulling
anow, hikI lln-y Imd to lity out I wo nigliia.
A tlicy wttreahort of rulioim tlmy aril
(erf 1 1 conai'lcrubly from lumber an wall
a oo!il. Diivin' fftit wur aoverely fro
r.eu. AlviH ItiiHKoll, liowcvpr, cmno in
from tlm Uoil Hock ininoa Monday, and
denied in HiiliHtanci), tlm Htory he ia al
IcgpJ tu have told Mooro, the club mil
man. From tlie Unigthy htory pub
lialicd in Monday morning's Oregonian,
abo it tlm atarviiig coniliiion of tho Uua
cl fumily mid otlmra in Hie Hed Hock
mining diHtrict, it la evident that aomn
body ia bent on creating Hennatioiial din
rloBiiroH. Krneat KuhhuII atutva that lie
will not return to EitHlern Oregon, but
will remain lit Mr. Ddvia' plutie and face
tlie cliargtia agalnat liiin.
At tiik Ciiuhchks Last Sunday
was ot nerved in a general way in all the
chinches as the lime Hearing the ap
proach of the anniversary of the day,
when (he angels sang, "Glory to tiod
the Highest, I'eace and Good Will Tow
ard Man." No sja'cial services were
belt! at the Presbyterian and Ihiptixt
churches, but tho sermons were perme
ated with grand thoughts suggestive of
Christ's birth and mission on earth.
An elaborate musical program for the
evening service at the M. E. church
was printed in last week's Kntkhi'iiisk,
but on account of Miss Florence Morey's
illness the program was seriously inter
fered with However, the service was
very Impressive anil intt resting. Her.
I). I) Gray, of Portland, occupied the
pulpit of the Congregational church in
the morning, and deliverer! one of his
ablu, practical sermons. In the even
ing a splendid ami impressive song ser
vice wits rendered, consisting of an
thems, solos and quiiitutleB.iiitumpeised
with short readings and dissertation by
the pastor The Indies quartette, Mrs.
K. K. Clmrman, Mrs. J. V. Uray, Mrs.
C. II- Caiilleld and Miss Hattie Monroe,
deserve special mention, as well as-the
solo by Mrs. W. I5. Wiggins, is worthy
of special mention.
Union Fnhkavou Mkktino. The lo
cal Christum Kudeavor Union held u
special meeting at tho Hiptist church
lnit, Thursday evening. Iu tho absence
of the president, J. II- IleHtow, vice
president, presided. Miss Ana lSuiid
was appointed secretary pro tem. The
object of meeting, lis stated,
was to tuko the necessary steps
lowurd ciilcrlitlnlnK III" Hhtie Clin--Kndeitvor
convi'iillun, wliicli coiima
Imrii In Mny, and iillenillug lo other
in ut t ii t m I'liiiiiei'linl wilb tlm urgitiiiiilloii
tif tlm iiiiion. V, U. Itealtui ciiiidiictiid
Hid ilnvolioiiul excri'lacN, nfler w liicli llm
IhihIih-hn of tlm ii ling wiih liiken up,
A coiiHlllnliuii wiih adoitnd, mid on mo
Hon it win decided Unit an executive;
I'ouiliilitce, cuiiHiHting of tlirnn Ineliilieia
Iroin eiicli aociely, lm elei ted ut tlm next
regular liieetniiia of an Id mucIcUch, who
nIihII tdeet oMlceia for the enaiilng year,
and IrmiHHi'l Hiieh oilier hiHliieaa ux innv
reiiilie utleiillon, I'rof. T, J. (iarv, of
Milwutiken, ilclivercil an interi'Mlinu ad
dreHH on "t-'hrlHliuii I'dIIowhIiIp," which
waa well received. The iimetiiig ad
journed Niiliject to the cull ol tlm prcxi
dent and executive coniinilten,
Tiik Ktaik Tic Allium' Ahhociation,
A iininlier of ChickuiiiuM county
leiii'liera will attend the the Htute Teach
era AaHoeiatioii In I'ortlalid next week.
The aaHiM'iutiou convencH on the evening
of January al, and continue In aeaaion
until the evening of January ,'lrd. The
following Clai kiiiniiH county talent will
iarlicliiilit in Him ilinr iihhIiiuh : Kx
Counly Suiierintendeiit, Alex Thoinaon,
ol (MackamiiH, and I'rof. II. (1. Stark
weather, iriuciml of the Oawego achoola,
with olhera w II muke II ye ininiiie talka
on "The Itelittive Merit and llemeril of
Uiigruded Schoola." County Suiierin
tendeiit II. S, (iibaon will give a five
minute talk on ' Wlial wua the 1'i iiici-
ul Factor in My IvIucHtion," along with
other leading talent. 1'mf . If. S.
Striinge will l.illuw one of the lending
ediii iilum in the itixcuHxiiiii of "I Libit in
Kdiicaliim " IIih time ia unt liiuited.
A Stik Iv Sihiktv. The breach of
irnllliae cuaeof A iigelina va. F.dwiii, will
he hear I in Ju lge Miller' court. The
beit Icjal talent ia aeciired to argue the
cni Mr. Ibigga will teireaeiil the
ileleinUnt. Atturuev II I'uaey, will act
ni cm n:il for (he i,iintiir.--"Trml by
Juiy," at Shi cIv'h iin-ra liuii-e Inr the
bciielil of the V. M. ('. A. tiymiiiixlxui.
l lit rl mini In I.
Mi Cow n-N ai olMS A quiet wedding
M cnri il at the icxideii. e ol lciuly Slierill'
N. M Moody Iiihi Sundiiy evening. The
conlr.ictiiiit p.irtieH were I'nintliible Mel
tli ii in Mf('owu, ii,' thia city, und Mim
Cora K Vauhan, of MoUll.i. Itev. A. J,
Montgomery Holcinuizrd the ci-reniony
in the ircHciice of a few relative The
bride ia a moat caliniuble young lady,
! and the daiiithler of the well known liio-
iiecra, Mr. ar.d Mi. William Vaugbun,
iA MoUlln. Tlie griHiin ia the acmn of
a iruiineut iioiieer family, laung the
oldeiit aon of the lute Captain K. (). Me
t'own, and Mr S. M. McCown, who
reaidea in thi city. Mr. and MrH. Mc
Cown will le ut hoiuo at the reaidence
of the bride's aiHler, Mr. M. X. Moody,
until their new rcHidem-p i completed
near the corner of Fourth and Jucknoii
CiumWiikkikh .V quiet marriuiie
waa aolcmnized at the reaitlence of the
hridu'a hrolher, K. N. Whcclci, at tU)8 ,
Kttat Axh atroet, Portland, on Wednes
day, December 2.ritli, Uev. M. L. Hugg,
ofthia city, olllciating. The contract
ing purtiea were Mr. II. S. Cram, of the
Oregon City Novelty Candy Factory, and
Mia Lucille K. Wheeler, daughter ol
Mr. and Mr. C. ii. Wheeler, uf the
same linn, llolh are popular young
people and their many friends extend
congratulations. Mr. Cram is one of
Oregon City's enterpriaing and progress
ive young buaineas men, and the bride
a moat worthy and accomplished young
lady. Only a few Immediate rolutives
were present at the ceremony. Mr. and
Mrs. Cram will make tiieir home at i lie
reaidence of the bride's parents, at (ireen
John Ragley, administrator of the es
taloof Jost-pli V. D.ivin, deceased, filed
liis final account, an J lliu 3rd day of
Kelinmry, 1K1HI, set ai tlie time ol hear
ing said linul account.
Julia Ssi:ur was appointed guardian of
the person ami estate of John From
hack, Insane, and Julia Hardo, minor
children of Christine Bard ), deceased.
An order whs iiiiulu authorizing 8 M.
McCown, administratrix of the estate of
F. 0. McCown, deceased, to execute
deed lo I.. C. Iltishoy to lots l'J and 20,
in hlock 13, Ciludstone, upon the pay
ment of $110, the tMlunco due on said
property. Said amount to he credited
on a note of $1000 held by II. E. Cross
liainst tho estate.
II. L. Kelly, guardian of the person
and estate of tiilhert II. Choates, a mi
nor, li IihI his annual account, suhject to
his final accounting with the court
Ilany Ili owu was arrested Saturday af
ternoon by ShurifT Maddock with a war
rant issued on complaint of Jack
Humphrey, charging him with adultery
with 1 rs. Hoffman, a member of tho
Salvation Army coipB. He gave bonds
for his appearance before Justice Hixon,
and was arraigned Monday morning at
ten o'clock. George 0. Ilrownell ap
peared for the defense, and L. L. Por
ter, deputy prosecuting attorney, eon
(lucletl tho prosecution. On motion of
the latter llm cluirgn was dismissed for
the reason that there was not evidence
enough to convict. Mrs. Iliill'inan is the
mother of six children and si.pporls her
self by taking in washing. Ilrown has
only rexideil in th city for a few months.
Np' mild I') uteri ii I n mm-i I
Mi Kdiintia Oman, teacher of the
M dint I'le is int aeho il, with lh fl''l '
her pupils presented to the patrons of
the school a most excellent Christina
enteilaiiinient hi-t Friday afternoon.
The room was luntily i)i!cor.tu'l witn
holly und chrysanthemums, and the
American fl was placed in u promi
nent poxition. The recitations, songs
and dialogues were excellently rcn lered
a number of the pupils appearing in cos
tume appropriate to the part reprc
sen'ed. Following is the piog'am :
Itecitiilion, Itertlia Fox; recitation
F.mma Fliterof'; reading, "A Notable
Christnn Day," John Moore; Christ
mas Hong, Harold McCuiulmnl and
Harry Andrews; recitation, "Popping
Corn," Charlie Warnock ; a dialogue,
"Christmas Stockings," with Cecil I'ox,
KlnaTaner, Fannie Smith, Kiiu Sic
Cord. Helen McCord, Im'i Myers, Mr
Rhull l.nzellr, Harold .McCailslaml, Koy
HliifT rd and Hurry Andrrw as chariW-t-r;
reutluig, Mclvin McCord; recitu
lion, "The Devil," Otis Flilcrofl ;
Chilstrnas Hong, Fannlo Smith ; rending,
"An Old Old Story," Anna Myers; red
tation, "A Child' Progressive Theol
ogy," Kthel Kidder; rcclta'ion. "A
Pansy Dreiun," lino Myers; Negro
Song in costume, Periuun (Jibbs; icii.a
lion, Maude Kidder; recitation, "A
Smuck in School," Itoma Stuirord ; jlig,
"ChriHtiins Star," primary class; dia
logue, "Ivig'ixh Chrislma of the Pres
ent Day," with licssie Hamilton a
Saxon girl, Kuima F'litcrolt as Dutch
g rl, Clnrlie llamiltoH as Indian, Win
nie Kid ler as girl from India, F.lincr
llemlricksoti as Negro, Anna llendriek
son us Kiuimau girl, and Puritan by
Dma Fox, ul! in character costume.
Next came a recitation, "Landing of the
Pllgri ns in New England," Kate War
nock. Two recitation by Eddie Joehnk
land Anna Hcndrickson, and tn soin.'s
"Ameiiea" an I Merry, Mtirry Klvex u:--We,"
eompleted the program. This is
the se, ond year that Miss Chase has
successfully cuinlui't d the Mount Pleas
ant Ki ll iol.
F.lcclrlc Motel Arrivals.
L I! Pleckner, St. Paul
A W Cook, Damascus.
F Wise, Dainsseus.
William lttirkm in, Dauiasciis.
.1 (' Ellio'l, Ibura.ii iis.
Mrs E Kenney, Jacksonville,
F X Matlhieii, liutteville.
W li Welch, Clackamas.
I Sinsheimer, Portland.
J i; Marks, 111-low.
U U Hill, Barlow.
D M Coaner, Albany.
Dun P Hugnell, Portland.
J V Harless, M iliilla,
L O Lnkin, Portland.
X P Kaylor, Molallu.
C E Hii km in, Portland.
E M U'oods, Portland.
Julius Van Home, Ottawa,
LeKoy 1'dgerwoixl, Piiiird, Cal.
James Edwards, Burns, Or.
Wm Kasmua ami wife, Portland.
Julius Peterson, City.
Q W Tackshurg, Louisville, Ky.
.1 I! Waddell, Chicago.
L A Dowles, New York.
E F Driggs. City.
J II Ashplund, Portland.
C R Halletl, Portland.
8 E Crouch, Portland.
L Marrs, Oregon City.
J F Smalley, Portland.
J E Hansen, Chicago.
J I) Brown, 8 F.
Herbert Button, Portland.
L P Hanna, Portland,
C Stromgren, Highland.
J W Moser. City.
Q E Waggoner, Portland.
Tlie FMectric distances all competitors,
and stands alone as the best and most
popular hotel south of Portland.
Very interesting exercises wero held
at the Canemah school last Friday sfh r
lDoii. The pupils acipiitted themselves
ve'y creditably in their recitations
songs and dialogues. The feature of the
occasion was the address of Attorney
J. E. Hedges, the clerk of the Canemah
distrsct. His address was very instruct
ive und interesting, and dealt chiefly
with facts concerning school days at
Yule colleg-J. The Canemah schoil is
under the management of I'rof. E. C.
Haekrttt, principil, and Mise Sade Chose,
teacher of the primary department, who
are doing excellent work. They held
the same positions last year, and the
school is prospering under their man
agement. The Y. M. 0. A. fair at the old Meth
odist church (lsBt Monday night, was a
decided success considering the f ict
that thero welre numerous a'traetions in
the city on iliat night. The affair was
under the management of Mrs. B. S.
Uellomy, Mrs. Nathan Tinkle and Mrs.
11 Soiler, ami the sale of fancy articles
and the refreshments serve I, netted
about $10. This makes a substantial
beginning toward the establishment of a
William Murray, a cook by profession,
and more recently a tourist bv occupa
tion, was arraigned before Justice Dixon
last Saturday on a charge of stealing a
valise and its contents from the Port
land Hotel, tho property of Leroy I-e I
gerwo 1 1 Two girls employed in the ho
tel testified Hut they saw Murray t ike
the valise; hence conviction w is an eisy
matter. He was sentenced to 00 days
confinement in the county jail.
pARMERS . . .
Your tciirri will have the bent
of can; and
Fu!! .Measure of Feed
Young & Davidson, Prop3.,
Muccewi.ort.jo w. H, Cooke.
Livery Riga on Short Notice.
Telephone No. 42.
Tpangfef and Epfe,
Freight and parcela delivered
Ui all parts of the city.
RATES - REASONABLE.
Glen Ellen Wine Vault?
Corner Front and Madison SU.
Quality and jirires guaranteed
to he satisfactory.
Choice Whiskies and Brandies a
A. Kline & Co., - Props.
H. W. JACKSON,
Guns, Sewing Machines,
And all kinds of small ma
chines put in pood order. No
work to difficult to undertake.
Shop on Seventh St., near depot.
Photography "in every branch.
Children's Pictures a Specialty
Gallery over Mrs. Frier's Store
A. B. Steinbach & Co.
Popular One Price
Cor. First and Morrison Sts.
Are largely the product of poor
A SORE FACE
Is a just cause for profanity and
LIKE A CONVICT
Do many men look after their
hair has been cut by an incom
TRY FARNS WORTH....
It. VI, D7IIS,
Will do all kinds of shop
work, repairing and general
carpenter work promptly.
Store fitting a specialty.
Saw filing done.
Mlu In rear of Seconil'Hund Store
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