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Oregon City Enterprise.
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Uiimir.ll nirclN I! ml Wmliifailay of each
munlli in t'liy It wll.
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FRIDAY, OCTOUEU 22, 1HD7.
CHAT ABOUT TOWN.
Lowtii'y'a Cliuculalo IlnnlionM aro llio
iM'Ht, Nhiiih on i-very plccn.
E. 10, Wii.i.mmh, tho grocar.
1 1 mil Icy' book alura in litiudijtiHrto m
(ur hi'IkhiI nii)i!(n.
Money to loan on k'kxJ real estate
ccurlty by A. H. Dresser,
liliuik. iioIh, rut.-oipt Miid order buuki
at tlui Enthhi-uihk oIIIcm.
Hlllliol hllpplll l lll'llp Hi C'tlUtlllHIl
& Co. I lie t ut cut ruin ItiikihI ,
Kvi'Iikiihk wlili mi udilreHi on "The
Trutli," Ml sit. l'uul'i church, thin even-
Thorough breed J wavy bull fur ilo,
3 yvurt old ; will take ludit.
(iladntutiu Haw Mill Co.
liliii'Htuini otl fl.iHl; tri-itii or ruaol
collctt lie r 11;Ariii A Hammer aoda
in U. It I'd Front TradnitfCo.
Tor plmtoa that will I'Icuimj you, try tho
Coluinliiit studio, tint up-to-iUto gallory.
Main utrrt't, ojjjiio Wulli Frnu tx-
Humll pill, tuft) pill. I if Hi pill. Dt
Will'i Mule l-'.arly Risers cum bllloii
Iit'tM), colinti put iJli , Melt ht-adnt Int. liwo.
A. JUr.lliiK. J
You Will IIOl I1C8IUU1 ill llliviliu thotili
room ifni'ifd whi'ti you look ui tint
tyle and price") of wall iwMr tarried
by U. I.. Ilolmitn,
Exclusivem-aa) in styles, ttiM ri'irliy in
in tiiulity, maryt'loiie loiit-a in prices
aro lla chief characteristics of Mich
Goldsmith's millinery parlors.
You can't euro consumption but you
can avoid il and cure every other form of
throat or limit trouble by the ime of duo
Milium t'oimli Curu. Geo. A. Harding.
Fend the Kktkhi'mihii to your friend In
tho East and tb u ulvu liiin an Idea of
wbl is going on in Clackamas county,
Il iimy indiire liim to locata with ui.
If you want tiling up to ditto at leas
enable pliers ami mlhiMe, call at Mr.
11. T. Hlmliii ' tnilliiiery parlora where
everything IH bu lone to aeeuin module
Slop Hint cini(rli I Take warning. It
may lead to consumption. A hot tie
of Muloh's ('urn iimy save your life.
Sold by ('barman X Co., druggists, Ore
Disflgurrmciil for li(e by burns or
scald may lie avoided by iisihk lKi Wilt's
Witch lliuel Salve, the K"'t remedy for
piled and for all kinds of aurtw and "kin
troilbleo. (ieo. A. liiirding.
Knrl'a Clover Itool Ten, for CoiiHlipa
lion il 'h the bent and if after UHing It you
tit nt 'i Niiy no, return the purkiiKi ami get
your inmii-y. Suhl tiy Clmrinuii V Co.,
ilriiL'giatN, Oregon City.
Icuthcr glovei l'.r)i', Il'ic up, heavy top
Hole plow NlioeM, nolo leather cimnlem
l.U'), hldicH heavy Nl.neH 75(7 11 V latlieg
HiHt gruile riihlnTH HO.!. Itivet ur tuck
Hhoes free. Uil Front Trailing Co.
Firnt cIuhh hIickI iinmiu at 6n Jer copy
ia not ollered cycry day: hut they are
cloHiug out their atock of mumc tit Hunt
ley'a ltuok Sloro and you may get your
choico lor 5c or UHMorted Iota of 15 eoplcH
Ir. L. L. I'ickclia, dentiat, dneH ill
klnda of deuttil woik. liohl cronna,
porcelain crowna uml liritlgo work a
specially. All opcratioiiH guaranteed for
6 veaiH, Call ami net my iincea. Olhce
in Ihirclay biiildinir
tlrovu'a tiiHtelcHH Chill tonic ia u per
fect Malarial Liver tonic ami blood
ptirillnr. liemovcB liiliminncxH witlioul
purging, Ah tiluiiHant iih Lemon Syrup.
It ia it a large iih any dollar Ionic and ru
tailH for ft()c. To get the genuine, ak for
for (Jrovu'H. For aalc by C. (i. Huntley.
What uu in thcro in eating w him fond
(Iowh you no good in fact, w hen it doea
you more barm than good, for audi ia
tho ciiHi) il it ia not digged?
If yon have a loathing for food there ia
noiiHi) of forcing it down, lor it will not be
digcHlud. You iiuiNt rcxtoro the diges
tive organa to their nut mill atrengtli and
ciiuao the food to be digested, then an
nppctilo will voino, and with it a rulitdi
The tired, languid fueling will givo
place to vigor and tmeruy; then you will
put floah on your bonea and liocome
Htrong. The Shukor Digeativo Cordial
an nmdu by tho Mount Lebanon Shakers
contaiiiB food ulieiuly digoatetl ' nmllaa
diiroHtor of foods as well. Its aclion ia
prompt ami its eUVcts permanent.
Doctors preacribo Luxol bceauHe it hss
nil tho virtues of Castor Oil and is palat
Monthly Tttlna cured by Dr. Miles' Pain Hlta.
Saddles ami Iiuiiichh at Young's neuoiid
biiml Htoru lit your ownjirlce.
One price tonll and that the lowest of
the low at Miss (JohlHiullh'H millinery
Slovea, spilngs, beds, mulresses, tdo,
at way down prices at Young' a second
Kfiiooi, Homes at J'ortlaml prices at
Cliiirmun A Co.'s, the origionul cut-price
Insiect those adjustable
scrmuiN at lielloniy & ftusch'i.
are certainly the right tiling.
Try our Toboggan Maple syrup and
you will use no other.
K, K. Wim.iamh, the grocer.
Ask your urocer for Gold I-caf linking
I'owder. Take no other. A trial can will
convince nil housewives that It has no
You can't afford to risk your life by
allowing a cold t develop into pneumo
nia or consumption. Instant relief are
ullorded by One Minute Cough Cure,
lino. A. Harding.
Catarrh Cured. A clear bend and
sweet breath secured with Shiloh
Catarrh Krmedy; sold on a guarantee.
Nasal Injector free. Hold by Charmaii A
Co., druggists, Oregon City.
Something new at the Sulvution Army
hull, Sunday evening Oct. 21th. Faith
Iiojsi ami charity will be represented In
charcter. Iok out for the jiarutle. A
cordial Invitation is given to all.
hlilloli a Coiisumptioli I uro curea
where others full. It lathe leading Cough
Cure, and no home should be without it.
l'leafuut to take and goes right to the
apot. Sold by Cbariuan A Co.. druggists,
It is rejKirtod that Jacob Kober, after
having sold hi bukerv on Seventh street,
descried Ida w ife and children ami skip
cd out for California with a womsu from
I'arkplace, leavinu bis w ife but I'.'O of the
I.VKI lie received for his shop.
Van Camp' I'ork and Ileuiis. A tri
umph in rookery ; 10c, 16, !!0i
j K. 10. Wii.i.ums, (lie grM-er.
' If the tlrft tain daya caught you with
out suthcicnl prolet lion (ioiii the ruin and
left you with a cold cure it promptly.
Il is easily and pleasantly done w itli Kud
Cough Cure. 25 cent Uitth-a and
every one guaianteed at Huntley' drug
The Sal vat ion Army's new olllcera
have come to take charge of the work.
F.nsign. K. Osbern, from New What
com, Wash, and Lieutenant Scngerlier
iter, from Albany. Thing are moving
and soul are getting saved. llalloen
every muht. F.verybody welcome.
The stal Jineiit niitdo many yean ago
that "man cannot live by brea 1 alone"
ia as true as'it ever was he must have a
nice Juicy at ak or a roast of meat to go
with it. Itichurd PeUold salway ready
to furninh hiA customers with the best of
freidi and sinokeil meats at either hi
Main or Seveifiih street market.
J. M. Thirsyend, of (irosWk, Tex.,
suyj that wlit'i be has a ssdl of indiges
tion, and feels bad and sluggish, betakes
twooflM Witt' little lOitrlylviscrs, at
night, and lie ia all right the next morn
ing. Many thousands of others do the
same thing. I'oyou? Geo. A. Hard-
'I'h (.'li.iMttf . I'tireM ijfc
.nil llrl Family M.dl.
t (fin in tit. worM I
An I rex tiiALSrucinc
for mII tliMt.iM?. i4 lit.
J.lvnr, biuittiit h
NfguU. ih. I.iver
Ulltl IrliiVIMll f'no.
ani Jrvm, MtiAKi
' fi-vm IIiiwki.
1 IIHH.AINIO, KWI,
II A I) HltlCATIII
N'lthlnff It tjnitfMMjtnl, rifithiriK to cnmmim. m
li.tl Ijte.lt ; Mnd In iiomly .wry chm It conic, from
fli bioiiimi It, mihJ mn li. to .tily corret.t.fl if you will
tlt. SiMMont l.ivm Km.tl ato. Do no) n.fl.'l
ttire r.nit-ily f.r ihit rcpultlv. dtttirilir, It will .lo
Uiipruv. yuui Mj'(rtia.,toiiiplctufi .ud g.ueriii ii.Mlth.
lto many .nrTr tortur. day f"iw day, malting lif.
tuirden and roiiltiny cxitl.nr. t4 all ileatiir., vwiny
to til. Mt:rl ttifl.ritiK from I'll... Yt relief I. ready
to lh. hand of alfnMI any una who will ut. tytt.m.lf.
cally lh. r.m.tly that hat permanently cured lhiu
undt. hiMMoxa l lvna ki.ei.Alca la no drattic,
kjIii( ur(., but a (.ml. at.iu.nt to natur..
RIKlt'l.I) not U reearded a.
a trifliriK allin.nl In la:t. nainr.
demand lh. utrnjt renUrity of
lh. bowelt, and any deviation
from thlt demand trave th. way
iiftert to tertout (Lnjter. It fa
qua. aa ne'ettary tu remov.
lrriHir an iniiiii.tiona from th.
bow.lt at it It to eat or aleeji, and
no health can tie esMf, ted when
toatlv. hahil of Ixnly r.vaiia.
Tllil di.treMlntr afilitiloil orrura mt frroiienllv.
Th. illtturhani t4 th. ttomat h, anting from In.
fmM-rfe ily diifetled cmtenlt, t auta a tcverc Min in
lh. head, ar l ulriianled with dltattrqeahl. nautea, and
tint contntute. what it Kitnil4rly known at Sm k
lfeada,ii. lor th. relief of which rtti hiMMuna
ljvta kai.uLAit'R an Maomxa.
MANI'FAt TVK.II OMI.V T
J. IL ZKIUN CO., Jl.Uad.lia, I'a.
The Change In Hie Lund Ofllce.
Jlon.Cbas. U. Moores, the newly ap
pointed register of the United State land
ofllce in this city, will assume the duties
of his ollice next .Monday. Mr. Moores
has the legal training and business quali
fications to enable him to discharge the
complicated and didlcnlt duties ertaiti
ing to the ofllce in a manner that will
give satisfaction to tho department ar.d
honor to biuiMelf. He is a verr ju;eom
motlatlng and painstaking man and those
w ho have business with his office will
fl ml him at all time approachable and
willing Ui serve them.
The IOstkuckisk ia willing to give
credit to a man when he fairly earns it,
and of Col. K. A. Miller, the retiring
register, it can say that he ha made an
c indent officer and that he has always
Ih-hii very courteous ami obliging to
those having hindncs with his ollice.
Col. Miller will reum his law practice
ami will open an ollice in this city, in
which building hn has not vet definitely
settled, though it is possible he may
occupy rooms in the Oregon City Bank
building in conjunction witb Mr. J. F
My landlord v,ill pay for that paper,"
said a business man to Holiuaii, the wall
paper dealer. Ilolman said il was
for the room. "U that all? Well, I
will pay it myself," yeplit-d the Iiunuicss
man. You will he surprised when you
find how little it cnMs to paper your
room when you see Holm, in anil see his
up to-duto Mylex ami prices
J. C. Ilerry, one of the best known cili
r.ens of SMncer, Mo,, (estitiea that he
cured him.Hidf of piles by ning a few box
es of DeWitt's Witch llat-cl Salvo. He
had been troubled with piles for over
thirty years ami bad mcd mimy difiVrt'itt
kinds of so called cures ; bin) lo Wilt's
nucklen's Arnica Salve.
The liest salve In the world for Cuts.
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped hands,
Chilblain, Corns, and all Skin Erup
tions, and positively cures Piles or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction or money refunded.
For sale by Char man A Co., Charman
COUNTY Y. P. S. C. H. CONVENTION.
Following is the program of Hip con
vention of the Y. i H. U. E. of Clacka
mas county to lc held at Milwaukiu,
Oregon, on Ot tobcr 2lflh, liOtlf and .'51 hI:
7:.'50 Song and Praise Service, led by
Mrs, M. A. Wilson.
8 :00 Apixiiiitmcrit of Committee y
Address of Welcome, I!. M. Fish.
Ill-spouse, ri. T , Fisher.
San Francisco Convention Echoes:
"Wayside Observations," Miss Edna
"Decorations." Miss Ana Haird
"Dr. Clark's Annual Address," Mi
"Consecration ami Koll Call at Close of
Meeting." Miss Minnie Cast:
"Ir. I'ierve' Unique Chalk Talk," Mrs
1'. fi. J'onal'lHon.
"Junior Kally." Mr. Gilman Parker,
"Dr. Chapman's Meetings," W. W
"The Tenth Legion," F.E.Imnaldsrjn
aATLIIUAV MOHHIKO SKSSIOK.
8:30 Song and Praise Service, led by
Oregon City Presbyterians
fl :00 President' Addres. Secretary
ami Tn;asurer's Kejsjrt. Kejortsof
( ornmittccs and hlct tion ol Officers
KciHirts from Kocie lies.
10:00 Minister's hour Relation of the
Y. i S. C. E. to the church Revs.
Stryfeller, Sellwood, Montgomery,
Jtuifg, Jiutler and others. Keliition
of the Church to the Y. P. S. O. K
by the Endcavontr.
11 :00 Psier, "Do We a IOndeavorers
Ift ()r Light Shine Before the
World," by Allrert Frankhauscr
2.00 Song bnd Praise Service, lol by
Mrs. J. M. Wells, Uiackamas
2:'!0 Five Minute PajK;rson Committee
Prayer Meeting, Wro, Bissell.
Isikout, Miss Eunice DonaldHon.
Srndal, (Mrs. A. S. Dresser?)
Missionary, (Mrs. Ohlson?)
Music, Mrs. J. E. White.
Pais-r. "How to Keep the Mcmlier
ship from Decreasing," by Mis Belle
Pain-r, "How to Increase the At
tendance of the Society," by Misa
Paper, "Past, Present ami Future
ol the 1 . r. a. U. Ji ," Kev. A. J.
Pats-r, "The Junior Y. P. S. C. E.."
Mrs. W. A. White.
7:30 Song and Praise Service, led by
. Mihs Nannie v ilkinson.
Address of the evening.
SCNDAY MOKSINO THIKn DAV,
Sunrise Praver Meeting, led bv
11 :00 Regular church services.
7:30 Song ami Praise Service, led by
8:00 Rally, led by the new president.
lloll Call and Consecration Services,
STA RBI RD-STONE AtCathlamet,
Washington, Octolssr II, 1897, Miss
Kllst E. Stone of Can by, Oregon to
Charles E. Slarbird of Stella. The
cerem ny took place at the Columbia
Hotel, Justice Graham officiating.
KNOW THEIR POWERS.
was the one that ditl IIm wok
...in :r.. .i.:.. a
vtiu veiny ttitn rilllt'llieilL 11
wmhIich to write him. (.ieo, A.
Van Camp's Macaroni and Cheese. A
new delicacy. For sale by
10, 10. Williams, tho grocer.
A few weeks auo the editor was taken
wilh a very severe cold that caused him
to he in a most miseuthlu condition. It
was iindoutehly a bud case of la grippe
and rocngnixiiig it as dangerous he took
immediate steps to bring about a speedy
cure. From theadvortisoment of ('hum
pcilain's Cough Remedy and the many
good recommendations included therein,
we cnncludeed to make a first, trial of the
medicine. To say that it was satisfactory
in its icsuIIh, is putting it very mildly,
indeed. It acted like magic and the
result was a speedy and permanent cure.
We have no hesitancy in lecommonding
this excellent Cough Remedy to anyone
alllictetl with a cough or cold in any
form. The Banner of Liberty, Liberty
town, Maryland. Tho 1!5 and 50 cent
sizes for sale liy (t. A. Harding.
To Cure a Cold in One Bay.
Take Laxative Biomo Qnin iuu TtibletB.
All Druggists refund the money if it fails
to cure. i!5c .
To rent an organ suitable for
Th Eternal Womanly In tho Hough Glrla
of Nrw York.
In the girls ot the rougher tenement
house districts the eternal womanly
wears such n disguise of the eternal
gamin that it cannot always be recog
nized. Their pertm ss mid sanciness aro
only sharpened by their precocity und
their tomboy habits of street Arabia.
A reporter recently had occasion to visit
lower Washington street to ascertain
the facts regarding tho murder of a boy
down there, fie was obtaining his in
formation from tint buys of thu neigh
borhood, u ho miulit ha vo been play
mates of the dead youth. A circle of
them, together wilh three or four girls
of 15 or 10 ycurs, wus gathered around
A bg, bulking youth' ubout 20 years
old arrogated to himself the place of
spokesmau. He was evidently tho ty
rant, the bully of the street, a young
"Bill tho Dvute," who hail not yet uc
quircd u wifo to bent and was conse
quently an object of great interest to
these misses, whose skirts had uot yet
grown down to their ankles. With his
big, harsh video he silenced every inter
ruption of his tnle, saying:
"Shutup there I I'm telliu this yarn."
Of course this adjuration, which
forms n part of the ordinary courtesy of
the neighborhood, did not quiet tho
girls. They chuffed linn and tho report
er and giggled until at hist tho speaker
said to the up iter:
"Don't inii:il tlii'Mi. ThtT'ie no
'count. They're iKiiliiii but Kids. "
"Of course lie'ii mind in, nu:niy,"
instjuitly lrtoilrd ti:n o! the girls.
"We's tho niuLiu's 1 1 J;;ci. -. "
It was the it i tii;l iw, ).i.:tiy f.f snvct
Arabia. New Yuk iiiu.i.ie.
Mozart lived 87 years. His first mass
Wus composed hen ho was less than
10 years of njje, and tho enormous
qnnntity of his compositions was the
work of the succeeding 27 years. Mo
zart wrote 41 symphonies, 15 mnsses,
over 80 operas and dramatio composi
tions, 41 sonatas, together with an im
nienso number of vocal uml concerted
pieces in almost every lino of the art
The eggs of a grouse vnrv from 8 to
14 mid are of a reddish wbAte ground
color, almost entirely covtWl with
largo spols of umber brown,
RIDIN'GS-H AUOH On Tuesday, Octo
ber 19,18l7, in the parlors of the Elec
trict hotel. Miss Ann Haugh to Frank
Ridings, Justice Schuebel officiating.
The newly wedded couple are highly
res(K!t:ted residents of Marquain, where
they have lived all their lives and w here
the groom has a comfortable home pre
pared for his bride.
The president of McLaughlia Chautau
quans circle wishes to state that the
lesson for the coming week will be
chapter 7 in Imperial Germany, instead
of chapters 7 and 8. The place of meet
ing for next Monday w ill be at E. E.
Followed by Heart Disease, Cured
DR. MILES' HEART CURE.
Feoplo ucver think of whistfing in
Iceland. It is u violation of the diViuo
Great Britain's territory In Africa
amounts to 2,615,000 square miles.
' r s i ' ji&nxX1 Silt
rt -.ir r o. c. ran
in prizes to make twice as many people
ask their grocers for Schillings Best baking
powder and tea.
Schilling's Best baking powder and tea are
Jbecause they are money-back.
What is the missing word? not SAFE, although Schilling's Bit! baVlnf
powder and tea art aafe.
Cet Schilling's Best baking powder or tea at your grocers'; take out tfia
ticket (brown ticket in every package of baking powder; yellow ticket in th
tea); send a ticket with each word to address below before December 31st.
Until October 15th two words allowed for every ticket; after that only one
word for every ticket.
If only one person finds the word, that person gels I2000.00; if several find
It, $ 2000.00 will be equally divided among them.
Every one sending a brown or yellow ticket will receive a set of cardboard
creeping babies at the end of the contest. Those sending three or more in one
envelope will receive an 1898 pocket calendar no advertising on it These
creeping babies and pocket calendars will be different fiom the ones offered in
tfce last contest
Better cut these rules out.
Address: MONEY-BACK, SAN FRANCISCO.
in the last few days
over 50 cases of
New Fall Goods....
All our orders were placed before the
advance in prices and our customers will find
us as low as Portland's largest houses and
much lower than same goods can be bought for in
If you want Shoes
Ladies or Cents' Furnishings
Fancy Dry Goods
be sure and visit
If You Want
CALL, AX THE ENTERPRISE.
TIig St. Lin Gifi-DsmoM
National and Representative
S, of YTIntcrset, lor:,
w inventor nnu rr.anuracfjrcr c:
vrltrs of IT. tZlla' Heart Ctro. "Tto yean
1:0 au attack of L.-.C.-lri'O left, c.o with a
!:iart 1 lied run Corn la CcjU to
r.cro 6:.:a und tcno. I cor.IJ cotclcrp!"'.r.;
i!own tor E:3t'jcr!nu rpc!bj t rorjnent sharp
clarJlns f.z'.ns and ra!"!tr.t!cn car.;cJ a con
stant f ;cr cf 6uc3 Ja death, noti'Jns couM
Induce cio to romaln nvrcy frora homo over
n!ht. Tl7 local physician prescribed Dr.
Tibs' Heart Cure, and In a few daya I wrj
oMo to deep well and t!io pr.lrj rraSntlly
lessened, and Cnal'.y ceased. I reduced tho
the closes, having rained CTtcca pounds, and
OTa now feollnt better In every way than I
have for yoara,
aro sold hy all drug
Clsta under a positive
Cuaranteo, first bottle
benoflts or money re
funded. Boole on dis
eases of tho hoart and
nerves f roe. Address,
DR. MILE3 MEDICAL OO.. Elkhart, Ind.
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