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Oregon City Enterprise.
Clackamas Co. Directory.
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FRIDAY, DKCK.Ml'.KK 27, 1m..
SPRAY OF THE FALLS.
Paitlow'a cider, eleiin ami pure.
K. K. Williams, 'I lie (inver.
all kimlii al
Men, boys ami girls ear
the Racket store
Fii bargain in colilots, tumblers am?
other glassware at The Fair.
IXm't go to Portland until you see our
prices on holiday goods nt the Racket
C. 0. t. Williams is now prepared to
wake loans on good farm property.
Two paper hag holders (or sale cheap
t Parker & Howard's store. Just the
thing (or grocers.
Joiuted dolls 7 inches for 5 cents and
til kinds of toys from 1 cent upward at
the Racket store.
Wanted. A middle-aged woman to
do general housework in g private family.
Apply at this office.
Wedding stationery, the latest styles
and finest assortment ever brought to
Oregon City at the Entkkfrisb office.
Good assortment of second hand
achool books, same as now used, at
Farker & Howard's store, all nearly
J. A. Talhort and daughters, of Cluck
aim, w re in Oregon City Monday.
Mrs. S. W. Siryker and child spent
ChriMiuns with relative in Portland.
1). A. O.-buru, the genial sheriff of
lienton county, was in the city Saturday.
It. K Hayes, father of County Judge
Hayes, is very ill at his residence in Sa
lem. Henry Hedges and family, of Harlow,
spent Wednesday in the city visiting let
alive. Dr. J. W. Welch is visiting his par
ents for a few ilays at Silverton, Marion
Flour 70c; dry granulated suvar, rai
sins, rice, soda 5c per pound. Elegant
trimmed hats at cut prices.
Red Front Trading Co.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Sergeant, residiug in
Falls View, were made happy by the
birth of a bright girl on Sunday of last
week. Uo:h mother and child are doing
For a quiet place to ditch 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
Experience and money cannot improve
Dr. Sawver's Family Cure, because it
rajlca'ily cures Dyspepsia, Liver com
plaint and Kidney difficulty. For sale
by Geo. A. Harding.
W by descend those tiresome steps
when vou wish pure drugs, chemicals
and drug fundries? "Time is money"
Sa ye both by getting your prescriptions
filled at the Seventh St. Pharmacy.
Choice candies, fresh nuts, crackers,
coffees, teas, spices, extracts, Baker's fine
chocolate and cocoa. Best ranch butter
aid fresh egs, and a saving in price of
10 to 55 percent.
Red Front Trading Co.
Miller & Stevens, the electricians, have
two larg contracts for lighting upon
which they are now at work. One is for
the Weinhard building and the other
is the Hill & Cole building, where they
are now putting in the light fixtures.
If you have a job of repairing that will
noj justify your letting it to a regular
contractor at contractor's prices, then
see Dayis, the repairer. He will do it in
first-class shape and at reasonable
prices. Shop in Second Hand store
Dr. A. P. Sawyer Dear Sir: I haye
been suffering with sick headache for a
kmc time. I used your family Cure and
now am entirely relieved. I would not
do w'thout your medicine.
Mrs. G. Miller, Mt. Morrel Ills.
Sold by G. A. Harding.
In clothing, R. L. Russell ot the Park
Place store, can give lower prices than
Tortland or Oregon City. The reason
far thpi is, rent, insurance and other
etajea are lower than bis competitors
aiTthat he buys for cash. Just exam
irfs hia goods and see the bargains of
A meeting will be held at the Baptist
ltnrch in this city, on Friday of this
week, of the pastors of the various Bap
tist churches in Portland, Oregon City
and vicinity to discuss questions pertain
ing to their church work . In the eve
ning a service will be held to which the
general public is invited. The sermon
will be by Rev. Roland D. Grant, of
Portland, and well known as one of the
brightest and ablest pulpit orators on
To accommodate bis constantly in
creasing trade and to make it more con
venient for the residents of the hill sec
tion of .the city, Chas. Albright has
established a branch meat market in the
Shively block. He has it fitted up in
f rst-ciass shape and will keep in it as
good a quality and selection of meat as
fce carries in bis down town market. Mr.
Albright caters to the best trade of the
city and bis meats, both fresh and cured,
as well as his lard, is of first quality and
ia always served in the best possible
Major Thomas Channau is confined to
his room with a severe attack of rheu
.Mrs. Martha lVirv, nee Marr, of
VYoodburii, is visiting her parents in
Miss Lena Goldsmith, of Eugene, is
spending the holidays with her sister,
Mrs. J. Bollack.
Miss Fannie Meserve, of lVlena, Co'
lumbia countv, has been visiting rela
tives in Oregon City.
Miss Ida Calitfand M. L. Cline, of Port
land, spent Wednesday with Miss CV
liffs parents in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Miller and fam
ily spent Christinas at the residence of
William Barlow, at Barlow.
Mrs. R. A. Milter went to Salem
Tuesday to spend the Chiistmas holiday
with her mother, Mrs. Uritfiuh.
Mr. and Mrs. George Fuchs and two
children, of Poitland, spent Christmas
day with r. and Mrs. T. W. Fouts.
Miss Jenuie Gray, the efficient money
order clerk In the potstotliee, spent
Christmas with relatives in Portland.
Mits Nellie Younger, who is now
teajhing the Marks P.aine school, came
hjn.e Wednesday for a short vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hamilton and
daughter, of Portland, sp-.nt Christmas
day with Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Cautield.
Misses Mary and Nora Conyers left
Sunday evening to spend the week with
their parents at Clatskanie, Oreiron.
Miss Edna Rugg, who is attending
the Portland university, is spending the
holiday vacation with her parents in
Arthur Holden of this city and one of
the rising young teachers of the county,
closed a successful school in district 21,
on last Friday.
Miss Ana Biird, one of the popular
teachers of the Easiham school, is spend
ing the holiday vacation with her
mother in Portland.
Miss Ei ma Lawrence is spending the
holiday vacation with Miss Ora Spang
ler in Corvailis. Both are teachers in
the Eastham school.
Nello and Merle Johnson arrived from
Stanford university S unday, and are en
joying their holiday vacation with their
parents and friends.
A. Mather, a Clackamas merchant,
C. Otty, a prominent farmer of that sec
tion, were in the city Monday looking af
ter business matters.
Mir s Mabelle Wiggins, one of the
teachers in the Parkplace public school,
went to Salem Tuesday to spend
week with her brother.
Richard Bradley has been very ill for
the pist two or three days at his resi
deuce at Ely, and bis condition is
but little improved.
Joseph Haynes, ot liliamoolc, was a
guest of Prof, and Mrs. H. S. Strange
this week. He was on his way home
from a tirp to the Eaat.
Mr. Skiryin, formerly of this county
and residing near the Clackamas hatch
ery, is now living at Wapintia, Wasco
county, where he is ranching.
T. W. Clark, manager of the Bandon
woolen mills, is home for a week's visit
with his family. He reports everything
progressing fayorably At the factory.
A . C. Strange, the efficient teacher of
the Mink school, was in town Tuesday.
He adjourned his school for one week,
to give the pupils a holiday vacation.
Mrs. J. W. Kartin, teacher of the Viola
school, was in Oregon City Monday.
Mre Kartin has the honor of conducting
one of the best schools in the county.
Miss Lina Nelson, daughter of J. F
NelBon of Mulino, was in Oregon City
Tuesday on her way home from Portland,
to spend Christmas with her parents.
Mrs. E. R. Charman, who removed to
Portland a couple of months ago. is
spending a week with Mrs. C. II. Can
field, and may remain during the win
Mrs. E. B. Andrews and Mrs. Forest
Andrews entertained a number of their
friends with a splendid Christmas din
ner at the former's residence in Falls
N. P. Swip, of the firm of Stark
weather & Swip, of ''The Fair," has re
turned from a trip to Coeur d'Alene,
Idaho. He reports that section of the
country lively and prospering.
George Ward and Jack Blount have
gone to the southern Oregon mines,
where they will remain during the win
ter. The former owns some mining
property near Grant's Pass, Josephine
county, which they will operate during
the coming winter.
J. T, Hronn, formerly of the New
York gallery of this city, hut lately of
Portland, has accepted a position in the
Novelty Candy Store. Mr. Brown is
courteous and industrious, and will
prove an etllciont man for the place.
Mi Winnie tiiiilium lost her pocket j
book Tuesday evening, containing six ilol
lars and a commutation East Side Rail
way ticket. After searching in vain for
the missing article and undergoing con
siderable anxiety, i' was found at homo
where it had been mislaid.
.Misses Minn Joehnk, Nannie Wil
kinxon, and James Lancaster, Hal
Rands and Rutherford Whltlock, all stu
dents at the Pacific university at Forest
Grove from Oiegon Citv, am at home
sK'nding the holiday vacation. Studies
at lhat institution will be resumed on
Thursday, January 2nd.
Thos. Duncan, a son-in-law of the late
J. K, Bingham ol this city, and who re
sided in this city some eleven years ago,
being a weaver in tho wjolen mills, was
in Oregon City Monday to attend to some
matters pertaining to the estate in which
his wife is interested. Mr. Duncan now
lives at Newhurg.
Peter Weis, who has been under treat
ment at the Portland hospital for the
past two months, was removed to the
residence of James Partlow nt Mount
Pleasant last Saturday. As Mr. Weis
has plenty of means to pay his way, he
preferred being an invalid among his
friends, to remaining subject to the rou
tine regulations of a hospital,
R. W. Allien and family returned
last week from California, where they
have been for the past three months.
The object of the trip was to get expert
treatment for Mrs. Alden's eyes, which
weie seriously affected. She, however,
received but little benefit from the trip
and treatment, as she has entirely lost
the use of one eye, and the sight is not
perfect in the other.
II. T. Sladen has fitted up, and is oc
cupying an office in his building on Main
street adjoining the Methodist church,
where he will attend to insurance, real
estate and abstract business. He w ill
also do short-hand and typewriter work.
Mr. Sladen, in the years that he has re
sided in Oregon Citv, has proved him-
sdfa reliable and upriitht man, and he
should merit a liberal patronage.
Price candies, nuts and fruits every
where and then come to the Novelty
candy factory and get ours and see the
assortment we have to select from. Re
member our stock is fresh ; not a pound
of stale stock in our store.
Williams, tho grocor,
leads in fine table luxuries.
FAMILY -:- GROCERIES,
Our Groceries arc Fresh
and of tho best quality.
In Prices we meet
GARY & WISSINGER.
Let me have a trial order.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking: Powder
Awvdad Gold MU1 Midwinter Fair, Su FranciwOb
1S00 miles of long dis
tance telephone wire in
Oregon and Washington
now in operation lv the
Oregon Telephone and Tel
Kane, laeorna, Salem
Walla Walla, Pendleton,
Albany and 5)0 other towns
in the two states on the
Quick, accurate, cheap.
All trie satisiaction ot a
distance no eilect to a
clear understanding. e
Kane as easily hetird m
Oregon City office at
Huntley's Drug Store.
J. H. THATC R, MANAGR,
By the fast
Daily boats, except .Sunday, leav
ing Oak street dock at 7 a. m., mak
ine reeular landings at Vaneonver.
Cascades, White Salmon, IIoUu
River and all intermediate points.
Passenger and freight rates lower to
these points than by any other line.
b irst class meals served for 2oc.
This is the Great Scenic Route.
All tourist admit that the scenery
on the Middle Columbia is not ex
celled for beauty and grandeur in
the United States. Full informa
tion by addressing or calling on
J.N. IIAKN'EY, Agent.
Tel. 914. Portland. Or..
Office and wharf, foot of Oak St.
Letters for Etta M. Maldenbauer and
Miss Ida Neukirchner are uncalled for
the Parle Place posteffice.
Fo the Public
DKMVKIt AT Yoflt llol'SK:
The Oambrines Pilsner or
liavnrian Bottle Beer, per
I)oz. Quarts at $1 .10
California White Wine per gal SO
" Claret Wine tier gal. SO
" Port Wine per gal. 1 o0
" Cherry Wine jkt gal. 1 .10
Best ' Grape B randy per gal. 4 00
lOyear old Whiskey, Nonpa
reil jkt gal -1 00
Our goods will be found the best
ever offered to the public at the price.
Leavo your order. We garrantee
our goods to give satisfaction or
will cherfully refund your money.
N. F. Zimmorman.
For Keg Fleer lerive youroretcr.
For your holiday slippers and shorn. Kveiyllnng
nrw. Tim latest styles the liuest goods llm lowest
prices. Our mot tn is ' Square Pealing." We want
No iiiiin's niouey unless we give lii'.n n i l. value for
it. We are no respectors of persons. The poorest
limn will be treated as kindly and as courteously as
the president would l.
FOLLOW THIS CROWD
1 Next door to OroKon City Dank, Oroi
DO YOU WANT
SUNSHINE IN YOUR HOME?
Giveyotir wives and daughters Nkw Hats.
I have pattern hats on hand that I will
sell at cost anil below cost. All other hut it re
duced. Call early and get the bergains.
Mrs. H. T. Sladen,
Next door South Methodist Church,
Mnln Street, Orcuon City,
State Insurance Co.
All huts reduced from '.!' to .10 per cent, to close
out mid make room for the spring stock.
LOOK THIS LIST OVER.
Opportunities for Investors ;iinl Speculators.
No county like Clncknmris
no city like
Favorable arrangements have been
made with the
Fireman's Fond tannce Comjaitf
For the flnhHtitiition of policio of the
STATE IXSUKANCK COMPANY, with
out loss to the annured.
Before canceling vou policies, call on
agents of the FIKK.M AN'ri FUND IN
Edmond C. Giltner,
Iteceiverof the State Insurance Company
I'ring your policies to
F. E. Donaldson,
Aj-'cnt FIRKMAN'8 FUND IN.SUR.
ANCE CO. at Oregon City, Oregon.
-WILL II K-
-IF COOKED IN-
FOR SALE BY
W. A. ruTitow,
Near the Court House. .
No man immhhkiwiI of even horno neimo ever loHt money by a judicious
inveHtment in Clackamaa County. It would he nearly imHNxible to
lose money by buying in Oregon City. It'a becautiful location great
manufacturing cHtahlitthmentH largo and coiiHtantly increiiHing pay
roll itrt great and promising future, mike Oregon City, incomparable
tho beotcity on tho northwent coast for tho investment of capital. It
follows then that you may have an interest in tho bargains below.
2 lots and new cottage in west side addition to Oregon City, .1 minutos
from pamr mills, Halo or trade.
No. 1 building lots near Presbyterian church one block from 7th St.
cheap part casn, balance on timo.
4 lots near Harclay school for trade or sale.
Two lots on Main struct, at Congregational church for sale. Best site
in town for grocery store or private boarding-hotiso. Will
build for good tenant.
Another good block of land adjoining Barclay school block in Oregon
City fair house and ham city water right in tho heart of tho
city. .Sell cheap, or trado for farm. Will bear careful investi
gation. 1 lot in Darnell's addition on Molalla road. Halo or trado.
1 lot in Park addition. Sale or trado.
One block of land at Elyvillo, on main Molalla road; level and will
subdivide into 8 lots; two new houses, two hams, and two
splendid wells. This property is delightfully situated and
would suit the most fastidious. Will sell for part cash, or will
trade for an improved farm.
One new and pretty 6-room cottage; hard finished; cellar, spring water,
with four lots, overlooking falls, at Canemah, for salo or trade.
Takes some money. House cost $1000,
One lot in the thriving railroad town of Tekoa; worth $300, or perhaps
a whole lot more. Will trade this lot for horses, cattlo, sheen, hogs
or goats, or just anything to help you out. ThiB is a good lot and
in a good town, but I don't want 'it, as I have no need for it un
der the heavenn.
mostly slashod and burned
Columbia river. Trade or
80 acres of Columbia county bottom land,
off, and in grass. Two miles from
One of the best modern constructed dwellings in Oregon City; wholo
block of land, level, and alloruing one of the most lovely views
to be had in the city. New and handsome frame barn. No
finer residence property in tho city; one block from public school.
Will trade for Al outside property.
Will sell or rent for long term the best garden land in Oregon, on the
Willamette river and Jiast hide JUectric Railroad. Will sub
divide and Bell in acre tracts, or rent in parcels.
132 feet frontage on Main street, in Oregon City; Btreet improvements
made; on electnc line. W ill trado for good country property, or
sell at a big bargain.
Carpenters, plasterers, brick masons, teamsters, mill men, loggers,
wanted to buy homes and pay for it in work.
For further particulars, call on or address
II. K. CROSS, Oregon City, Oregon.