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OREGON CITY ENTERPRISE, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1898.
Oregon City Enterprise
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THE LOCAL NEWS.
A It a i) Aitidsnt. Mrs. Rosamond
Bchuebol waa out in I be country and
started to got over a fence nJ (ailing,
broke her wrist, two rib and dislocated
her Jaw. Hhe u attended by Dr.
hummer and ii now In a fair way to re
Accidkxtlv Fiiot. Two tona of A. C.
Wall, one aged ton and the other four
teen, were making an anatomical examl
nation of one of thoee unloaded revolver!,
when they bad finUbed one had a hole
through bli finger am! the other through
hla arm. No bonce were broken In
either case and the boya will I around
again in a few dayi, ready lor further
lnvealigation, if not with revulver.
Dr. Stivers of Now Yoik Intel n large
slr-pi'iiwiry ellnlti, nnd ruroly a diiy
puai'd thiit nun or inurn cum of foloii
did nut uppenr. "It won't hurt," win
always I. In i'(inifi,rllii( iiKHiiriiiii'n to lliu
niiiiiit If 1 1 in liifii-r Hindu liny outcry
" I'n t your IIiiijit iln. vii IIh m," induct
ing tlui edge of tlm tulilii, "mid keep
til) I" liii iMiimiiiitirli i, itml piitl'tlls, wt
a ruin, iiiinlu JjI Liu f i'm. Ut. hiivi rn once
liml n fi'l riii 0.1 lliu li t 1 fnri'lliiiii r. Iln
poulticed it fur lilnilll n wnk, Olid
tMillo il 1I111 fi tor wlili titiln ntiiluht. At
iliiht liu Went to IiIm 111-nlntiliit surgeon,
who null) grir.vly, "Tliut ouht to bvve
bnmi Inured In form
"I'ciHNitjly but" mI.I Dr. Slivers,
mid tlimi, v.ith 11 long bri utli "pur
Liijm you'd In Hi r hncti it imw."
"Ccriiiinly," n.iiii tliu niHlnlant snr
K'niti. "l'tit your linger oil tho tiiblo."
Dr. Htivim cotnli'l, mu with n fane
aawhitu lu niior wiitiilmd the knife,
"llu gentle," bo ciiiiIIijiiimI "That's an
awful Kom fliiyirl"
"It won't hurt, " remarked tho a
Mailt miriti'nil, unil the oluiru ntucl do
KM inlid Thrrii wiu a howl of BKuny
from Dr lUivi-r. itiji) with IiIn fluir
lu IiIh otln r bund bo ilimc'd abuut tb'j
rixini rryliiK. "(Mi, oli, oh I"
"Why," riiiiuili.cl tliu uxrlxtitut aur
gnoii, "I liuvii lirniil yuu ti ll nitii-ute
huiidriiilH of lliui'j tl.nt It didn't hurt to
lunnu a fcloii. "
"No doubt, no ihiuht you Imvo,"
Kroiiiicd Dr Mlvi:n, "l ot tlmt (Irpi'ii'l
on wliii li mil of Ii.!' Lu 1 To 11 11, .111 uut"
miittrnail Jmi'Uhixi n( f linitnllrprn.
Tim liifiiutry kiiiIi ri'd Ii rribly It wan
IiiihihIIiIii to mix jiirti m 1' hi tliu inirrow
truck, mid wlu ii tlm nautt wero onli ud
up the nil unlli. u w.m in mi way bottur
ed. Nimrly every huriut wn killnd or
wouinliil. A iln'p diti ti. cut a'KiMi the
rond, hindcrcl I'lliictivn action, and the
only ponitlon where ri-jily totlievnuniy'a
flro wae powiiblo lay buyond tbii olmto
clu. Despite tho lorNce of bit command,
Jncknou timiiAKwl to lift one gun aoroea
by baud, but hi tiwu bcauie dumorul
izud. They lift tbiir poKta,
The example of tliuir lieutenant,
walking op and down on the (hot awept
road and exulniinliiK calmly : "There la
no daiixcr, mki? I am not hit, "failed to
Implre them with onullduiioo. JJnny
bad already fallen. Tho infantry, with
the exemption of a amull eeourt, which
hold it ground with dituVtilty, bad dig
appvarnd, and (Juui-rul Worth, olmurv
lug Jackaon'a periloni aituation, wnl
him order- to retire. Ho mpliod It waa
more dungnroui to withdraw than to
Hand (ant, aud If tiny would give bim
BO vetcrana he would rather attompt
the capture of the Ircaktwork. lien
duraou'a "bkiuewall Juckaon and he
id C. ir ) V
:" A 'i .i
T t", 7) ' y
THE nCOXENCE OF SVilLP CF HQS
U duo not only to tlio orii'jality and
fciinpliuity of tho coin !ii nut, 011, but uIho .
to tlie can) 11 nd hklll with which it la j
manufactured by sclcntidc proccHHc-a
known to tho Calikokma I'io Hyhvv
Co. only, and we wUli to linjircsA upon i
-.11 . 1. .. I.. - m 1 . I . - . 1. I
1111 tuu niiporiuiicu vi purciiubiiifr 1110
nme (iaalnt liiwtra,
Irlh loniHtica are widely noted for
tlmir aimpllcity and their onalnt ro-
iiiurki A lady, doHlrlug to make the
iiiofI of her choice tup of tuhlo beer, the
j luiTlt of which her aervauta hud dl
i covered, for It diiuppcared rapidly,
I thuH oddrcaaed her Midi butler: "Duly,
wuut do you think would be the bent
thiiiK to do In order to unvii thin l eer aa
miicli aa poHoible?" " Well, nia am."
replied the butler, "1 don't think yon
could do better thuti to place a barrel of
good utronfj tilu clone by the aide of it "
An Iriiih girl called at houHO In
London lu aimwcr to nn udvcruni.-mcnt
for a KKiicrul nervunt "Have you a
character" uidied the tulHireaa. "In
dued, ma'am, I'm aorry to ay I've no
character. 1 bud a beautiful wan whin
I left Ireland, but I Jonht it tho night 1
craHHed over to Uolybcud In the steam
er, " w aa the lacoulo reply
An IrUb nuuiHcrvant waa dacorered
In a lie. On buiua accuaed by bia niaa-
true nn 1 original remedy. As the ' tcr of atatiiiK what was not the truth,
f;ciiu!ue Syrup of l'gs n liuinii factured
by tho Calikoiim a i'la tiiitvr Co.
only, a knowledge of that fuct will
nnsiht one In avoiding the worthless
liiiltatiutia miiniifiieturod by other par
tics. Tho hltli fctuiidinff of the Cai.i
ruumk lio yvni H Co. with tho medi
cal profcAftloii, and tho satisfaction
which tho freuuino Syrup of Fl(,'a lias
(flvcn to million", of families., makes
thi) niiine of tliu Company a truarnnty
of tho cxoelli-nco of Iti remedy. It la
fur In advances of all other laxalivca,
m it acts on tin Mdneys, liver and
bowels without Irritating or weaken
lnjr them, and It i1h-n not jfriK! nor
nuuijeutfl. In order to pet its beneficial
elTeetn, pleiihe remember the name of
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
. BAH rUA.MlKCO, Cat
Ut WVILLX, Ut. KKW TOUK. H.T.
bo excuMcd biiDMdf br tuvina. "Please.
! aur, 1 lout my prieuceof tuiud. "Lon
A new line of walkers' sailora, capa
and veiling. Mini Gouiuvith.
Lost Ilia MoaaY. Walter Sheppard,
of Arthur's Tralile, above the hatchery,
wee robbed of $CH0, gold coin the last of
the week, lie had gone to Portland on
bualneaa but hla boya were at home and
aaw no one around the place. On hii rr
turn he found the trunk In which the
money wa kept broken open and the
money gone. No clue to the robbery
his been obtained aa yet.
Teles rap a Blaadera.
Twoftiuuy telegraph stories are print
ed by the Pittaburg Dirpaloh on the
authority of a former employee of the
Western union company.
He wai reoeiviuit a dispatch from
Albany, lu which the sender waa not
overnareful In the matter of apacing bia
lot tor a Law ton took the addroaa aa fol
lows: "Dr. A. Wing, room car agent,
Central depot. New York."
The dUpatoh came back with the
marginal report that there was no inch
person at the addresa named. The oper
ator at Albany was called np, and ex
plunatiom followed, In couaequouce of
which the address wai changed to
"drawiug room car ngeut, Central de
pot" A itill more absurd mistake waa once
made in the aamo office when a tele
gram wai received for "Jamea W.
Uiloa, pie clerk, llrooklyn iianty yard. -This
waa af terwurd nmeuded to read,
"Jamoa W. Uillunpiu, clerk, Brooklyn
Ipirtna'i lllaat Crllle.
Wbou Mr. bpurgeou first begun hia
minlNtry, an anonymous critio lined to
write to him coustuully about bis mis
takes In grammar aud pronunciation.
Mr. Spuiguon at fir.it resented those
criticism!, but he loon learned to profit
by thorn. "After awhile," he laid in
telling the story, "Hooked for his week
ly memoranda with much interest If I
repeated a sentence which I bad nsed
two or three Sunduyi before, he would
writo, 'Seo the lumo expression la tuch
and auoh a sermon. ' " -
Mr. Spurgeou, like everybody else,
bad nil put quotation, and he used thia
line, "Nothing in my hand to bring,"
lather frequently. Bo hia oommoutator
wrote bim, "We are auffloleutly in
formed of the vnonity of yonr bund. "
Irvlns; and Doaja.
Some years ago, according to the Lon
don Ladles' Kennol Jonrnul, Sir Henry
Irving had a dog he oallod Midsummer
Night'a Dream. . He thought it waa a
bull turrlor and made a present of it io
O. W. Ohilda. The animal waa exhibit
ed In a Philadelphia exhibition, where
it attracted oouBidorable attention. This
roused the ire of the other exhibitors,
and they deolarod that Midsummer
Night'a Dream wai not a ball terrier,
but a Half bred bulldog. One of them
wrote on a piece of paper, which waa
attached to the dog's kennol. "Heurv
Palna in the cheat when a person baa Irving may know a great deal about
Arker'a Irynpepala Tablets are aold oa
a positive guarantee. Cures heart-burn,
raising ol the food, distress after eating
or any form of dyspepsia. One little
tablet givea immediate relief. 25 cts.
and 50 cts. Ueo. A. Harding, agent.
Wedding stationery, the latest styles
aud finest assortment ever brought to
Oregon City at the Entxki-bui office.
Ahirnxtiiy Hoad. On last Thursdsy
tleo. Aimslrong came to town and took
the county comt out to look at the
Abernethy road in the vicinity of Voa
lierg'a. There are two bad hills on this
loi-d, Votfierg'i and Kerry's and It la the
desire of the people in this vicinity to
ayold these places. The court found a
route by which these hills can be left to
one aide. There has been considerable
trouble over this road in trying to get
changes nude in the route.
lie ware of Ointments for Catarrh
as mercury will aurely destroy the sense
of unoll and completely derange the
whole ayitom when entering It through
she mucous surfaces. Such articles
should never be used except on pre
scriptions from reputable physlcana, ai
the damage they will do ii ten fold to
the good you can possibly derive from
them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufac
tured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo,
0., conlainl no mercury, and la taken
Internally, acting diroctly upon the
blood and muoouasurfacei of the system.
In buying Hull's Catarrh Cure be aura
you got the genuine. It la taken Inter
nally, and made in Toledo, Ohio, by F.
J. Cheney A Co. Testimonials free.
Bold by Druggists, price 75 cents per
Hall'a Family rills are the best.
Daniel Williams, at the northeast cor
ner of Center and Seventh streets, baa a
choice and well selected Block of fmily
groceries which he la selling at very
reasonable rates. Hia motto is "live
and let live, with honest weights and
measures". Goods delivered to any
part of the city.
Johnson baa the best hair cutter in the
Experience is the best teacher. Use
Acker's English remedy in any case ot
coughs, colds or croup. Should it fail to
give immediate relief money refunded.
25 cents and 50 cents. Geo. A. Hard
CARLOADS of goods for the Red
Front of course table oil cloth, 12c;
cabot W, 5c; seamless hose, 10c ; tough
muleskin gloves, 25e, with calf front, 50c j
0 doi. overhauls, 3.5c; dress goods, yarns,
underwear, mackintoshes, capes, um
brellas and shoes at cut prices.
Red Front store, Oregon City.
in the city at Johnson's
a cold indicate a tendency toward pnea
monia. A piece of flannel dampened
with Chamberlain's Pain Balm and
bound on to the chest over the seat of
pain will promptly relieve the pain and
prevent the threatened attack ol pneu
monia. This same treatment will cure a
lame back in a few hours. Sold by Geo.
Buckien's Arnica Mulve. ,.
The best salve in the world for Cuts,
Brulaes, 8ores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped hands,
Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup
tions, and positively cures Pile oj; no
pay required. It Is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction or money refunded.
For sale by Charman 4 Co . , Cherman
Bros. Block. Price 25c.
Shakespeare, bnt he
about bull terrier!"
" When the doctors considered me
Incurable, Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
cured me of
L B. LARDLN0IS, Roaiere, Wia.
MALMIZB BOTTLES, goc
Bellomy & l!uch, the furniture deal
era, are now delivering their goods by
means of their own delivery wagon.
pirn (eetj Co.
Fine Foreign Uoods, Suits and
Trousers mads a perfect fit. Satis
faction guaranteed. Fine overcoats
made on short notice. A large stock
to select from. The best of lining
and trimmings. Suits cleaned and
Main St, Between 3 and 4, 0. C.
fi Kit MAX EVANGELICAL LUTH
KUAN IMMAM'AL tilUUCll-Con.el
KiK'nIi aii'l J. A'Ihiik aini-ia; Itrv.
Erui-M J. W. XU'-lt, paiitor. humlsy school
si I'i A. M., M-kly H-rviu-a every 1 liiimiiar
Ml 8 I'. M. (ii-rnittii kcIkniI every h.ilunluj
Irom 0 (o I'i. Kvtr) boil)- invited.
FIIIXT CONOKKdATIONAL CHPKCIf.
Kr. i. W. llu I r, Plor. Horrlcen i WM a.m.
ami I 'M r. u. HumUy eclnx.J after niuriiluf
i-rvice. Hiayer mwilus i iiuixlay veuiui t
7.abi).clx-k. Prayer mrullui if Youug Ftxijili-'i
(t'K lny ol ChrMUaii Kudearor every Huuday
veuiiig at S JM prniniiL
f IKHT BAKTMT CHCKCIt. - Kiv. It U
Ki no, Ha.Uir HnrnluiHervlpeatlu:!. Hunilay
ScliKil at 11 46; Kveuliis berrlca 1 M; krulu
tirarnr meetlus lauitifay eveuliiK. Womlilj
Cuvriiaut Meetlus rry Weduetilay eveuiui
precwllns the flmt Huuday la the mouth, i
oorulal lu rlutloo to alL
ST. JOHN'S CIIIRCH.CATH0LIC.-KSV. A.
HiLLiasaHD, PaaUir. On Suaday mam al 8 and
1UJKJ a. a. Kvery aeond aud fourth Sunday
Merman sermon after lbs S o'clock maai
AI all olber maaaea Kngllab aermona. Sunday
Bcbool at 2:M r. M. Veapcra, apologatlcaJ
subleci and Bentdlclion at 7:S0r. U.
MRTHODI8T EPIHCOPAL CHCKCH.-R
H. Ouc'K, Pallor. Morniiit aervlcs at IB 45
Huuday Hcbool at 10:00. Class meetluf after
moruluf aervlca. Evenlnt aervlc at 7 JO.
KiiwortH League meeting ounday ereulnr al
I X; fraycr Meednr Tburtday evening at 7 Ja
trangera eordlallv Invited.
FIRST PREHBVTERIAN CHrRPH RT. A
J. Montgomery. Paator. Serviceaatll a.m. and
i :wi r. m. aaboatu Hcbool at 10 a. m. roung
feople'a Hoelely of Cbrlatlan Endeavor meeu
very Sunday evening at 640. Ihuiaday
veulng prayer meetlug at 7 JO. Beats free.
Erie . faator; J. K. EHarr A-.I.Unt.
Freaching aervlrea every Sunday at 11 A. It.
and 7 SO P. si. babbalh acbool everv Bundav at
10 A. M.. Mr. Zlnunijrm.u Hupt. Prayer Meeting
very Thursday evening.
8T. PADL'8 EPISCOPAL CHURCH-
Rev. P. K. Hammond, Hector. Hervices
sverv Hundsv st 11a.m. and 7:30 p. n.
Huuday school at 10 o'clock, btrvice every
Friday evening st7:0O. Other services as
msybesiitioniiced. All seats tree. Strang'
era cordially invited.
GERMAN LUTHERAN ZION'8 CON-
rrrgstional clinrcn. Rev. P. Back, pastor.
Services every Sunday at 11 A. M. 8unday
school st 10 A. At.
Cbriatian Science meetings at Willam
ette hall, Sunday morning service, II
o'clock ; Sunday school, 12; weekly meet
ings. Wednesday evening at 8, except
first week ot each month, when meeting
will be held on Thursday evening at 8
o'clock. Reading room open every
afternoon from 1 :30 to 4.
3 Pounds for 25 cts.
FROM BOW UITU JAN. 1, 1898.
A fine assortment of Candies, Nut?,
Gum and Fruits, Cigars and
Cigaretts, Chewing and Smoking
CUMMING'S CANDY STORE.
Opposite Charman Blk. Main St.
A Personal Matter
A well painted house Is Hits a neat
ly dreaaed person always attract
ive and pleasant to loci upon.
Can be repainted and freshened np
at a very reasonable price paints
are very cheap now. Don't leave it
until the sun makes any mora marks
aud cracks in it.
Leave Orders at
A. 0. U. W. meets every Saturday
evening in the A. 0. U. W. Temple.
Geo. R. Califf, secretary.
Rebekahs Willamette Rehekah Lodge
No. 2 meets second and fourth Friday of
each-month at I. 0.0. F. Temple.
Matta Uodfry, recretary.
Court Robin Hood No. 9, Foresters of
America, meets first and third Friday in
the month in Red Men's Hall, F. T,
Rogers, secretary; F. S. Baker, chief
Meade Poet No. 2, G. A. R., meets
first Wednesday in each month at Wil
lamette Hull. E. W. Midlam, com
Clackamas Chapter No. 2, R. A. M.,
meets on the third Monday of each
month in Masonic Hall. II. S. Strange,
Pioneer Chapter No. 23. 0. E. S. meets
the second aud fourth Tuesdays in each
month at Masonic Hull. Miss Jennie
Oregon Lodge No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F., meets
every Thursday in Odd Fellows' Hall.
T. F. Ryan, secretary.
Falls Encampment No. 4, 1. 0. 0. F.
meets first and third Tuesday in each
month. J. A. Stuart, secretary.
Redmen Wacheno Tribe No. 13, Imp.
0. R. M., meeta Saturday evening 7:30,
at Red Men's Hall. J. W. Stuart, C.
of R. ; II. L. Patterson, Sachem.
Multnomah Lodge No. 1, A. F. A. M.,
meets first and third Saturdays in each
month at Masonic Hall. T. F. Ryan,
Mead Corps No 18, W. R, C, meets
1st Monday in each month at the Will
amette Hall. Mrs. Clouie, president
The Auxiliary meeta the third Monday,
at Willamette Hall.
Artisans meets first, second and fourth
Thursdays in each month at Red Men's
Hall. J. T. Searl, secretary.
Catholic Knights of America St. John's
Bianch No. 647, meeta every Tuesday of
Tualatin Tent, K.O.T.M., meets in
Red Men's Hall, on second and fourth
Wednesdays- G. H. Hyatt, record
Willamette Falls Camp No 148, W. 0.
W. meets 2nd and 4th Tuesdays in the
lledmen Hall.-Clerk J. K. Morris.
Makes the food more delicious and wholesome
XT' HAwmn ownrB t ( wr-w vowtc.
...Its a Good Place to Trade...
During this month wo offer
On our entire brand new up-to-date stock
of Wearables for Man
A Comparison of Our Values and
Trices will bo Convincing that We
Come and see us
Li C oin
163 Third St-
Betieei Korrtscn am Yazlill '
IF YOU 'WANT
OR SUIT OF CLOTHES
It will pay you to come to Portland
and purchase of us.
OUR PRICES ARE LOWER
Than any other store in the state
and we will pay fare to Portland and
return on all purchases of $5.00
Moyer Clothing Co.
BEX. SELLING, Manager. 3rd and Oak Streets.
M Cuta me nn
5,000 dozen to be given away,
worth 10c. each at retail
They Are Going Fast
But we have lots of nice ones left and as long
as they last we will give one of these ornaments
with every 25 cents vrorth of goods purchased.
The more you buy, the
more ornaments you get
"We have the biggest line in the city of popular
priced fancy Christmas novelties. Toilet Sets,
Atomizers and Perfumes, Cameras and all
kinds of Photographic apparatus.
S. G. SKIDMORE & CO.
Cut Rate Druggists.
161, Third st. Portland. Or.