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Oregon City Enterprise.
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FRIDAY, W:OKMrEK U, IS:!.
SPRAY OF THE FALLS.
Fancy Los Nietog walnuts
" Paper flicll almonds
" Roasted peanuts
' Braid nuts
" Pine nuts
Ko old goods in store, don't fail to get
E. E. Williams, the grocer.
Countv court is in swsion.
!., may he averted for a long time by
mini; lUll's Hair Kenewer,
A fine line of ladies and children s
shoes at Mrs. E, K. Martin's, next door
to the poKtothVe. School bIkhs that will
stand the wear of winter use.
Go to Albright's for fine meats.
Don't fail to visit Mrs. Sladen' millin
Great bargains at Mrs. Sladen's mil
A fine selection of stamped linen, cheap
at the Racket Store.
The chance of vourlife at Mrs. Sladen's
Hundred of pretty purses at cut prices
and satins, silks, rllo, si'k, teuhyr vel
vets, silkoline, txnpons and cords for
X iniw fancy work at the K"d Front.
(host dance same as the one that
raixed the Indiau war at Jackson's
home Wyoming, to be reproduced at the
Ked Men's marque ball, IVceinher 25,
Children's hosiery, splendid assort
ment and of good quality at prices to
meet all competition at Martin's, next
door tot be postotlice.
That delicious flavor which you relish
so uiiK' 11 in coiiee served at tne best
cafes, can be secured at home by using
Marr it Andrew's best.
Hooky Jim, Searf.ice Charley, Capt,
Jack, Shagiiasty Jim, Ked Cloud, man
afraid of his-shadow, and ,M other Noble
Ked Men of the forest will parade in
Oregon City, IVeoniher 25, In honor of
the lted Men's masque ball.
Scaly eruptions on the head, chapped
hands and hps, cuts, bruises, scalds,
bums are quickly cured by PoWltt'a
Witch Ilaiol Salve. It is at present the
article most used for piles, and it always
cures them. (). C. lliinllev,
IV. I,. I.. Piekens, demist, doc all
klnihi of denial woik. (iold crowns,
porcelain crowns ami bridge work a
lecli1ty. All operations gimtitntcod for
Tablets, ink, pens, pencils, books and
complete schol out Ills will bo supplied
to the customers at my store at very
reasonable prices, Call on Punic
Hams' on upper Seventh street
Center, before you buy elsewhere.
Ornaments, all colors for
t the Racket Store.
Only first-claaa work, is the motto at
Chen.-y'i art sallery.
Bargains in trimmed and nntrimmed
hats. Miss Goldsmith.
Money to loan on good real estate
ecnrity by A. S. Dresser.
If you want a sewing machine for $25
(to to Bellomy A Busch's.
Wood wanted at this office. Deliv
red here or at Gladstone.
Don't forget we can give you big
bargains at the Racket store.
A good chance to buy a Christmas
present cheap at Mrs. Sladen's.
Use "DUSTINE" for floor. Char
man & Co., afrent. Circular free.
A fine assortment of stylish bats and
fconnets at Mrs. Sladen's st costs.
Kew features never before seen at the
Ked Men's masque ball. December 25,
The Novelty candy factory will be the
place to bay fresh candies for Christmas.
A nice line of ladies' and gentlemens'
mbrellas just received at Charraaa 4
Get prices for Christmas candies at
Marr 4 Andrew's, the Seyenth street
Charman A Son will pay the highest
market price for potatoes, dried fruits,
Ladies,' gent's, and cbildred's fall
and winter underwear just received at
the Racket store.
Orders taken for all kinds of fancy
work for Xmas in lace and embroidery,
Ladies, do you like a good cup of tea?
If so, send to Marr & Andrews for your
teas from now on.
The Chautauqua class will discuss
"French Traits" at the meeting next
For the easiest fitting corset to be had
in the city goto Mrs. E. E. Martin's,
next door to the postoffice.
Daniel Williams' store at the head of
(seventh street stairs will be bead
quarters for school supplies.
DeWitt's Saraparilla is prepared tor
cleansing the blood. It builds up and
strengthens constitutions impaired by
disease. C. G. HuntW.
Bargains from firo and bankrupt sale
50c wool goods 20 to 25 c, $2 stiff hats 25.
oil hats 15c, saucepans 5c, 20c scrubbing
brushes 5 and 10c. Red Front Trading
When in need of groceries, flour, feed
or family wood, call on C. E. Nash, op
posite Seyenth street stable. New, fresh
goods at reasonable prices. Free de
Wanted, plain sewing, washing and
ironing at residence, northeast corner
Main and 13th streets. Prices reason'
able and good work done. Mrs. M. A,
For a quiet place to bitch your horses
away from the motor line and a place to
jet a first class job of repairing or horse
shoeing call on S. F. Scripture's shop on
Sewing Machines cheap. Want
tewing machine? Get a good one and
pay $25; five years guarantee; $5 down
$5 per month until paid. See Bellomy
A Busch about it.
Oysters, the finest and
Lrought to Oregon Citv, served
eiyle at the Portland restaurant.
Stamped linens, lace, braid and thread,
filo silks, stamping done and lessons in
fancy work at Miss Goldsmith's
All kinds of fresh and salt water fish
on ice at Himuhrey Trembath's, next
door to Albright's meat market.
The Novelty candy factory always has
the largest assortment of French candies
in the city. Species Xmas prices.
A satisfied patron, our best advertise
ment, is what gives Cheney, the photo
grapher, such an immense business.
Just received at the Novelty candy
factory another invoice of a new crop of
nuts, all varieties, prices the lowest.
Munyon's medicines are the latest, and
Charman A Co., the np-to-date drug
gists, have acomplete stock. Pamphlets
Watch our windows for the lowest
prices on candies, nuts and fruits for
Karl's Clover Root will purify your
blood, clear your complexion, regulate
your bowels and make yonr head clear
as a bell. 25c., 50c., p I a dollar. For
sale by Geo. A . Harding.
Soothing, and sot irritating, strength
ening, and sot weakening, small ut
effective such are the qualities of De-
Witt's Little Early Risers, the famous
little pills. C. G. Huntley.
The finest line Oriental rugs ever
brought to Oregon City, are now on sile
at Mrs. E. E. Martin's store. A fine
pattern at 8 cents per foot and finer
grades at equally low prices.
The best of apple cider for mince pies
can be had of F. R. Andrews, of Maple
wood farm. Lesve orders with Maple
wood delivery wagon, or telephone direct,
for cider or all kinds of vegetables.
E. E. Williams, the
Cheney's ait gallery is the only place
in the city where you can be sure of
getting superior photographs at reason
Those who can afford the best should
bay the best. Dorothy's extra choice
sugar corn, is the best, for sale at Marr
The Novelty candy factory will man
ufacture special lines in fine Xmas
candies which will be sold as cheap as
See A. W. Scbwan, Seventh street,
near the depot, about your plumbing,
tinning and general jobbing. Repair
ing promptly done. tf.
Mrs. 0. A. Cheney's class in oil paint
ing is progressing nicely and growing in
numbers. Her terms are very reason
able, 50 cents for 4 hours. Call at
Cheney's art gallery for particulars.
The length of life may be increased by
lessening its dangers. The majority
of people die from lung troubles. These
may be averted by promptly using Oue
Minute Cough Cure. C. G. Hantley
Countv Judge Hayes received the sad
intelligence Thursday afternoon of the
death of his mother, who passed peace
fully away at her home in Salem. An
extended notice will be given next week,
Dr. White's new hair grower guaran
teed to cure all cases of dandruff, and
grow new hair on any bald head on
earth. For sale by Farnsworth & John
son, the leading tonsorial artists of the
There will be no meeting of the board
of trade next Monday evening at the
court bouse but the annual meeting will
occur on the second Monday in January,
when every member is expected to be
It is a fixed and immutable law that
to have good sound health, one must
have pure, rich and abundant blood.
There is no shot ter nor surer route than
by a course of DeWitt's Sarsaparilla.
C. G. Huntley.
In the display of millinery goods at
Mrs, E. E. Martin's, next door to the
pOHtoffice can find a hat or bonnet be
coming to each customer's features. As
fine a selection as to be had in Portland
at Portland prices.
Charman Bros, and 'he Log us estate
have let the contract to Chas. Moehnke
to grade, tile and plank the alley be
tween the Charman block and the
Logus building, on Main street. Work
will be commenced this week and
finished in a couple of weeks.
What to get for Christmas is always a
hard thing to determine. Mrs. Clienev
at the art gallery will help you to decide.
She has an elegant display of fancy hand
painted articles in celluoid and novelties
in paintings on bolting cloth and mole
skin velvet at prices ranging from 10 to
30 cents each.
The Novelty candy factory will have
fine French cream mixtures for
sale as a Christmas special. The price
will be in the roach of all and enable
their many customers to furnish their
Christmas trees at a reaonable price.
The old way of delivering messages
by post boys compared with the modem
telephone, illustrates the old tedious
method of "breaking" colds a compar
ed with their almost instantanious cure
by One Minute Cough Cure. C. G,
You run no risk. All druggists
guarantee Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic
to do all that the manufacturers claim
for it. Warranted no cure, no pay.
There are many Imitations. To get the
genuine ask for Grove's. For sale bS
C. G. Huntlev.
Grove's tasteless Chill tonic is a per
fect Malarial Liver tonic and blood
purifier. Removes Biliousness without
purging. At uleasant as Lemon Syrup.
It it as large as any dollar tonic and re
tails for 50c. To get the genuine, auk for
for Grove's. For sale by C. G. Huntley.
Sherwood Rasmusson's incubator and
hennery on Clai-kamas Heights burned
to the ground Monday night. The fire
is supposed to have originated in the
incubator. The loss is pretty well
covered by insurance. Mr. Kismusson't
dwelling bouse was burned about a year
Malarial produces Weakness, General
debility Biliousness, loss of appetite,
indigestion and constipation. Grove's
Tasteless Chill tonic remove the cause
which produces these troubles. Try It
and you will be delighted. 50 cents.
To get the genuine ask for Grove's. For
sale by C. G. Huntley.
"Excuse me," observed the man in
spectacles, "but I am a surgeon, and
that is not where the liver is." "Never
mind where bis liver is." retorted the
other. If it was in his big toe or his left
ear DeWitt's Little Early Risers would
reach it and shake it for him. On that
you can bet yous gig-lamps." C. G.
Horace ureely once said: "The way j
to resume is to resume, speaking of
again putting gold into circulation after
the war, But you may say "resume
any number of times to that torpid liver
of yours and it won't budge until you
take Simmons Liver Regulator. Many
people seem to forget that constipation,
biliousness and sick headache are all
caused by a sluggish liver. Keep the
i years. Cull and get my prices. Olllce
in Uiiri'lay building
The old lady was right when she siiid,
the child might die if lliev waited for
the doctor. She savid the liltlu one's
life with a few doses of One Minute
Cough Cure. She had used It for croup
belore. C. (.). Huntley.
Absolutely pure, perfectly harmless,
and Invariably reliable am the qualities
of One Minnie Cough Cure. It never
(ails in colds, croup and lung troubles.
Children like It lice line it !' pleasant to
take and it helps them. C. (i. Huntley
Indigestive poisons are the bane of the
dyspeptic's life. When sick, see if your
sickness is caused by Indigestive poisons
If so, take Shaker Digestive Cordial,
This is the only certain way of Iniing
permanently cured, because it is the only
way that gelt rid of the poisons. You
know that fermented food it poisonous.
You know that olon 1 unhealthy.
Shaker digestive cordial clear the stom
achs of fermenting food, and purities the
blood and tvsiein of indigestive oion.
It cuiet indigestion and the diseasca that
come of it. Headache, diuinesi, nausea,
stomach-ache, weakness, flatulence,
constitution, loss of appetite, irritability,
etc. These are a lew of the symptoms,
caused bv indigestive poisons, cured by
Shaker Digestive Cordial. At drug gisi
price 10 cents to $1.00 per bottle.
Great rediictiou in trimmed hats.
Ileal and Cheapest Insurance.
Save money on your insurance by call
lug on E. E. Martin, who represents the
only Mutual doing business in Oregon
City, You cannot afford to keep on
throwing your money Into policies and
pay from 3 to 5 years premiums in ad
vance and then have the company fail.
The Oregon Fire Relief association will
stand the closest investigation.
K. E. Martin, Agt.
Commercial Hank Block.
To give Satisfaction, must
le fresh and of first quality.
With ray new and selected
stock I can please the most
Charles Albrght, jr., the reliable
and old stand-bye meat dealer, still
leads in the butchering business in Or
egon City. His old custodiers stay with
him, and if perchance, they should wan
der away to some other market, they al
ways come back to Albright. A bright 's
meats are tender and juicy, and can he
obtained either at the market on Main
and Fifth streets, or at the shop on the
corner of Center and Seventh steets,
next door to Dan William's.
Lovers of vocal music will be inter
ested in the formation of the new Treble
Clef, double quartet, at the residence of
Mrs. E. E. Williams, on Monday after
noon consisting of the following persons:
Misses Mabel Ragland, Mary Conyera,
May Kelly, Myrtle Stevens, Mattie
Draper, Imo Harding; Mesdames G. E.
Hayes, and C. H. Caufield. With Mrs.
E. E. Williams as leader, this quartet
expect to do some good work this winter.
A. E. Kilpatirick, of Fillmore, Cal.,
had the misfortune to have his leg
caught between a cart and a (tone and
badly bruised. Ordinarily be would
heve been laid up for two or three weeks
but says, "After using one bottle of
Chamberlain's Pain Balm I began to feel
better, and in three days was entirely
well. The peculiar soothing qualities
which Chamberlain's Pain Balm pos
sesses I have never noticed in any other
liniment. I take pleasure in recommend
ing it" This liniment is also of great
value for rheumatism and lame back.
For sale by G. A. Harding, druggist.
The popularity of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy and the high esteem in
which it js held leads us to believe it to
be an article of great worth and merit.
We have the pleasure, of giving the ex
perience of three prominent citizens of
Redondo Beach, Cal., in the use of the
remedy. Mr. A. V. Trudell says: "I
have always received prompt relief when
I used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy."
Mr. James Orchard says: "I am satisfied
that Chamberlain's Cough Romedy
cured my cold." Mr. J. M. Hatcher
says:"For three years I have used
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in my
familyand its results have always been
satisfactory." G. A. Harding, druggist.
And in cakeg and pies I
can give a quality not ex
celled in Oregon City. A
fi rstcliisn baker and the
bent of flour enables ine to
make thin guarantee
Geo. F. Ho r ton
The Grocer and Baker
Main Street, Oppowito Pontoffice.
Gko. Dr.w.AVKY Cal. Hutto.n
Cleneral Itluctcnmltliern and
Shoeing a specialty. Repairing
of all kinds done promptly and at
Shop on Fourth Stsoot, Baok ol
Popa'a Harduia StoM.
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in tlio imiHDiim of tliu
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barium. Tlio plntol ouht to Imvo bmtldo it tho poKlla
that turtiod out pills llko bulloU, to bo ithot Uko
bullota nt tho target of tho livor. But tho postlo in
Btlll in ovldonoo, niul will bo, probably, until ovory.
body has touted tho virtuo of
Aycr's Cathartic Pills.
Thlt tr.tlninnUI will tt loun.l Is lull In Ayr'i "Cui.bouli" with a
huuilted ulh.ci. Fit. AililrrM J. C. Ayr Co., I.uw.ll, M.
Our largo ami varied wtock of ChriHtman (!ood in
now displayed, and awaitu your inHjioction. Wo ex
tend tho most cordial invitation to ovory jierson in
Oregon City to pay at least ono visit to our stores and
enjoy looking at a stock which represents u great deal
of timo and money, ami wich wo aro justly proud to
Kvery body who knows, us knows that nobody is
over asked to buy in our stores. Wo shall treat you
just as courteously when you aro simply "looking,"
as when you aro buying. Wo try to mark all good
in plain figures so that you aro oven saved tho troublo
of asking (pifstions.
in selecting our stock wo havo taken particular
pains to get pretty and attractive presents to sell for
25c, 35c and f0e. To do this wo havo bought from
the stock of Ovo of tho largost Kastern dealers in
Holiday (!oods, selecting tho bargains from each.
Kindly remember that tho earliest Christmas
buyers get a much larger stock to select from; that
they get much better servico; and that they aro not
forced at tho last moment to buy " something " from
a depleted stock.
For a small payment wo will put aside any article
you may select, and tho caro is oil your mind. Wo
will cheerfully pack and ship goods you wish sent
away. Wo will deliver your presents Christinas ovo
or Christmas morning if you wish. Wo will bo glad
to assist you in any way.
Let us again ask you to visit m at least oneo, and
that onco, now, before tho prettiest things are gone
and tho Christmas rusk on.
Huntley's Two Stores
In tho CauHald IJIock
Best Quality of Cold
Smoked hams and bacon cannot
be excelled. Game in season.
Highest price paid
for live and dressed
Seventh St between Main and Depot
If You Wish to Prosper
and live long you should
buy your food Riiiplioa
at HAKKIS' GUOCKUY.
We handle the very best
goods in the market and
allow no one to under
do you ni;i:i ANY
OR OTHER J1UILDING MATERIAL?
C. H. BESTOW CO.
Low Prices. First-class Goods.
Corner 11th and Main Streets. Oregon City, Oregon.
150 Boons. Jcia Steams, Chief Clerk
HOTEL ST. CHARLES
Front and Morrison Su.,
Rooms from 25c. to if 1.00 per day
Elevator, electric lights and bells
and all modern conveniences.
Free 'Bus meetB all boats and trains
Restaurant Connected With Hotel.
W. H. SAVAGE,
Leave orders at tho postolTice with
D. II. Glass, Oregon City.