Oregon City enterprise. (Oregon City, Or.) 1891-194?, October 19, 1900, Page 5, Image 5

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    OIIECION CITY ENTERPRISE, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1900.
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THE LOCAL NEWS.
'ivr H'l i" k Ta Miip t-vfiiiiiK 't ;
u'k Mi. (iiii c ill if 1 4 1 in" I Mm A.
It. Saiti4ii, Mi. !! rtl'it M. lilliwiii
n l .Mr. Junius May lit f ' I' k at
I'liiyniH M. llm atiinlay
1 lull will Iml'l a liir In tlin i.f luf i.
llin ( 'on k'livatl inl (tiiir.il mi 'I'm-a'tar
llllit, I 'CI I llltn-r I. I IIM-ltl 1 H-r llllllll.
Ii'.. A 111 1 I lii chip In
( 'm k ttii n i- iiiity tin )cf will l.. '
alilioal YrlaH'n, III tii"M eveir ( i. ill j
o llm county llila liuit la Inn bum
or in a or Co llin iii'jiIk.
Ilul'.wt'ii Fnul. llm Haluilay
rlnl) will lioi-l a llallowi'Vii Ul In llm
Y. M. '. A. ) iiiiiiiiiin mi Tin l.iy
night, I -t.il.er :. I. Iliatra'l of I toher Ml .
Ailiiuai''ii l"il relit ' 'V hringli '
'llll'kin J4.kf1l4llt.-rlH llliitle I lire,
A (.ingrain, aiiiiietinlit ari'l relieli- 1
Inelila m ill liiakn IhU a il uc.i a. j
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( In u tf in A ,. lal - r-r t r
limrtii g of II. o ahaiehuMeia of tlm Wll
Ullirlte Sili,'t an. I I j.atll A I at loll
of Ihia I lly haa Imi-Ii calel lo (lieel at
the I'allk ol Hieg II City, V 1 1 1 e a-1 a V , I
llrt'.lier ill. At Ihia in'eling tlm A-i- i-
ul it'll will Willi tip il4 hliailira 11411a'
an t iloan njH-iatl ilia aa a 'rairtim.
Thia aa. lati'iil wa nrgtiilre.l In )'.( I
ami how ha a'amt l,'l mi haiel aiel I
JlU.Ial ..alie l olll. Sei-ietary l. It. J
I'linnk aaaigna a the re.n f it lit
g illig out ol hilDl'ieaa, tl.n fact that the
.rea.-tit a liiiitratl ill ha raae.l up tlm
ni Hmy market to nrh an eiieot that It
aluioal iuiHwail.ln to make -a iiirf loana j
Thoro are lots of people in this county who
do not know how many different lines we handle.
things which wo could supply. We want to show
thorn some of our prices.
In Watches
We Imvn tln Wnlthiiiii niul
In (iol.l filled from
In Silver from
In Nickel from
Other mukcH nn low nn
Clocks, all stylos
Finu
eight ilny dork tlmt
o.l with Alarm
lilleil
Othrrs very IiuilIkoiuo f' to?..)
Tin" fini'st Alarm CI.K-k nwulo for l
Si'ii our Spu-moilio Alarm Clock h, thoy will gut you
up every time.
Spectacles and Eyeglasses
Vo havo ii very fine. Kyetneter for fitting ft ml lo not
'harKti for exiiminiiig rye. C5tll. Gohl lilleil ami Strd
SiMTtadtH ami KyilaHKes from 'J.r)C. to .
Wo rcjiair glitHHen ut reanonahlo priors ami if they need
Htrailiteninj? wo will do it frco of charge.
Silver Novelties
Such an Maniouro h-U, Comb. nrunheH, Files, Ilookn,
HciHBorB. Stamp Hoxph, Matdi Boxes, Pniwr-outUTH,
IUottcrs, Hook Marks, Tablets, Ii.k Stands, from 10c. to
t 10,
Musical Instruments
Violins from
(luitars, llanios. Miindolii.a
Accordions from
Autoharps, Guitars
Harmonicas from
In our Repairing Department we have added another experienced workman, and are able to turn
out work promptly. We repair watches, clocks, jewelry and spectacles, and guarantee our work.
BURMEISTER 5t RNDRESEN, The Oregon City Jewelers.
wild security. ' (I. c;nnill In
it.'li.'iit of tlin a-aoclullun,
Fahiikiii' lNarnriK-TI.il clll.iui of
l"Kii ami New J)ra rs lu,kln furwanl
wltli much ilmiaiiMi in llm Kariiu.r' In
slllule tlmi Hrn to Im litilil itt tboan
place iluriiiit ll.11 moiitli of licccuiber.
I In. diile fur Nw Kr ha been Omul
fur linn-iiilii r II inl 15, ami at hmnn,
inr.uiilii.r 17 ami K Tlmy antlclpata a
lii'V'i oiittHiiiiiiiK of IIih patron ol
lniliiiiiilrr ami all other liiturinlml In
alfiilt perlnlnliiH to llm farm, Iviniiicnt
Hnknra iipun Mutlclilliiral aiihj.tct liavo
Ikii'II snciircil, Ini'lii'linK two pruleaaora
Iii.iii tli I Ir.'X'.n AKil.'iillural rolli-KM. It
will Im a Kr"')'l licltfhborhoixl rally
wlixift ilillcrent ami iiot(ri'KNiv mclho.1
ol (aimliiK will Im xrliiiiig.nl, iii will
r ul t In iiiiicli
AililHI ii u I ( Im kiim in liiiinty !' in lit ra
1'iilinw Intf ant a'l'litl'iinil teacher who
IiuVii been aaalyiii-il arh'x.l in CUi kainita
i niilily :
( 'urr Inn villi Ori I, a (riling
No. ID Ifixin Carter
li.ulli'l.l Cla.a ll'diiialioiu
Vil.invi!I I,. II. Vincent
IIikIiUihI IMilli llu'Kfcavca
Haii'ly llnlt'c I : ut It '-iimj.miii
Jtutlnifa- l v li. I'.titl.r
I 1 1 1 1 llllll Milllietta, Klllliai'V
I'li n-aiil llil I ( . i M 4 I tx k
1 1 'ill" null France J i ill ii hi
Kiiaoo'l I'.llii l (luliiirii
I C i v t i . If J . U, Nihi
mI ( ! k I . Maf'i'lum
N. Ml -l.l.li( Miller
Tiairjr'a Udell lilcaaull
Cilluii 1. A. Miller J
IS' Hun.) A mi II i ki'iilillini
M iml'.r Jitiiiiln NkiiId I
I ' V r Mail'l hlnlm
I'.-iker'a l.iit (taker
I'limn Miila-.Mary Jone
N't. lO.-luiiiy Mi-Ann ly
liicnt ,1 linn KeatlirlhtuDi., Ktttle
New, ynnii Maxwell
Anna II. I', I- nar
.Siiilli ItuMeVillr Mary N)
ll ati f lljrim II. hrrjnillnif.
I'-ir.in It. N-iaiiiling, a well known
ami iefi te. ii.nn of Mackalmrg ilic.l
of l-nruHoi at Ilia I". in" lnt TnoiluV ut
.'lo'cliuk. Mr. hcraiiiling wa horn in
Mnlit.Ht fiiuty, N V, nii'l woiilil have
Imm'Ii 117 yeal oh) tlm hit day ol Halt
NnVeiller.
Il ( aunt to Clarkama county in ,
anl ha reanle.l hern ever ailicn, llo
w a an uticln ol li. U'. . ramhiig, our
Mai klnirg men haul, lie ha l Ui'l hy a
cmilM'teiice fi-r tlm wifu an l aoii who
nrvivn him.
Mr S. lani'ing aerye I hi country tlm
'iiiiitrv Dm full Hum in llm civil war
au-l Itieiiilirr of llm li. A. K. lien, j
c..k r.t No. :..
I In waa lakan Willi aom-thing likn
ia!ji a. 1. 1 lay iiiii ni.a. ioua lor a
weikwhentm 'm. away.
Tlm remain wein hurieJ ill tlm Canhy
cemetery, w hrro tho at-rvice wern roll
luiiol. Tlm ayiiipAthy of tha community g.M-
to tho(i w ho aiirvivn him.
KIg,i in (JoM from... up
10 tip
0 "p
5 up
-
utrikr uvrry half hour,
r,,) to
. 12.50 to $.10
from fwto!?5
c. to7l.oli
CiUKHK FAf TORV.
Will lie DUniMacd at If IkIiIiiiiiI hHlunln;
Orfohir 27.
Tim cl'l."iia of lliglilnii'l livi awmitf
Into lino hii'I arii rmikiiiK millixl eiruit
lii chIhIiIIhIi a cIiim.hii factory aoinii wlmnt
lien- (,'lHik. Heveral thectlnK liave Id'iin
Iml'l In tlil nynr aii'l a r'.ilt
(viiniiiittcii (vinaiNtiiitf of I'r, I'.laney,
John ()riaml Frml MhihIi1I liavn been
a"iiiitci lo aacerUin tliu irli: of
necHaaary tnai liim-ry, ?
Tlman elitleliief davfj been in I'ort
laml (InrliiK thla week aeciiring I'rleca
iliiii i"iiiiin"iila eaeiitiii fur a vt-w
f iclory aii'l will inake tli.-lr report tlio
next liuiaa IneetiiiK which ia to Im lielil
Halnr'liiy, llclolicr '11.
Tim facloiy will ho orKuniM"! llion
lliit ( i ii-cihIivi' I'Uii, with a riital
at'H'k ol atont l,.VHi. j
Tim inllk of ahoiit 1'K) coa a la avail- i
ahiH in I he vicinity of IIIkIiUicI, anil I
tlm farioei will morn tdan iIoiiUm tlio
ani'iiint of aliH-k tl.cy am now ki-ejiinv
ahonl'l llm cheese fuctoiy .rom a (:
i
cea.
Ori gun f Hy Market lli port.
fCoiredei! weekly.;
Wheat-No. J.M.: in hulk.
Flour 'irt laml, Ifoward'i
I'nt, Kiaher'a ltet, I 2 !'!).
Oa'.a III aitcka, wlutn, :;7 lo V) enta
.er hilahel, gray, '.'.') to .'17
MillntuuV- limn, IILM mt ton
hurt", li;.,Vl per tori.
i'otaloea 1 1 to .'((I eta r aai k.
I' g", ' I lMr 'l""H.
Itulter Kaucli, t i 4jcei,t jrtr roll
Oliiona, II.IH) to ILL'S (a-r flick.
(iri'en a'ili a, L'" to 'i(J cent j.er hox
(Iric'l T rl -er o.ifi'l.
l.lvent'ak aii'l I'leane.l .Mi-ata Ueel,
live, II', to4r; hoga, live, lion,
ilreaaeil, 11 to Ct refit; '. eep, 10
H I'er l.l'N'l ; VchI, drenaed h to hltC.
Card of tliulika.
Wn ileaire lo exprea our appleclalion
and thank to tlie Irieiiila who ro kindly ,
viaite. ain aaiati ua in tlm illneaa ami
il.-atli of IhihIliii'I an I father, tlm late
Ityrou It. Hi 'r4H.ling,
Mm. I'. It. Si ha viii im; ami Family.
Mai kaliurg, Oct. ti, l'."K) ,
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"For three ilaya and nlghta I nir-re. j
auonr untoM from an attack of rholeia j
morhu hrougiit on ly eating cucinn-j
her," aay M K. Low ther. i lerk of the
liatilct court. (Vntervilln, Iowa. "I
ttiouglit I aiioul'l aureiy dm, ainl trimi a
loxen ililTcrent medicine hut all to no
iirpiiM, I aelit for a iMittlt of Charnher
lain' colic, cholera and diarrhoea retn
rdy and tlucn dive relieved nm cn
tirely." Tlii remedy ia for aaln hy (i
A. Harding.
The Knteipriae ll.M) tr year.
THE OREGON CITY JEWELERS
The White Sewing .Machine
We have one of the very In st machines made. We would
like to phow their latest ball-bearing machine. We
have machines from 12") up and sell theiu on install
ments. Needles for all makes of machines.
Umbrellas and Canes
Fine Umbrellas from 1.50 to 110
Canes from f.0e. up
Our Umbrellas are guaranteed and if they do not give
satisfaction we repair them free of charge.
Purses, Card Cases
with or without silver mountings from 2oc. to $4
Wo have got in a new line direct from the factory in the
rust. The new Finger I'urse is one of the most con
venient for ladies.
Jewelry
Such as Rings, Breastpins, Sleeve Buttons, Chains, Lock
ets, Stick I'ins. We have too many articles to intuition.
You can find something suitablo for everybody, at any
price
Sterling Silverware
For tho table Wo carry a complete line of Spoons, Forks,
Ladles. Knives, both in singlo pieces and in sets, some as
low as 50 cents, othors $1.00, $1.50, and as high as $U.00.
Silver Plate That Wears
. Is tho only mako we handle. This is the genuine Rogers
Bros. We have Tea Sets, Cake Stands, Fruit Dishes,
Bread Trays, Butter Dishes, Napkin Rings, Child's Sets,
Salts and Peppers, Knives, Forks and Spoons, etc. Trices
from 25c,to JfllO.OO.
II Ctd nUooi (Iralahl.
fluid tlm inin who had trrled:
'ynr ago In a weaterii frontier towo
a trHveler, footor and wenry, arrived
oim afternoon and inmle lil way down
tlm oim atret of tlm uri(. lie wan
atiddeiily alnrtled hy V.m aounda of
lli(t, Hlid, looking up, dlacMvered four
men ahootlng nl onn nnotlier. The
men were atimdlng at the four rorner
of nn Iiimgliinry a'puim, and a' li wna
ahoollng nt the limn tiirorner to lilin.
r lng In wlni t Im atipioaed a iif poal
lion, Im pauaiw) to wnlch the oiitcomo
tit llm fmy, f. hen a hullet, going wldu
of Ha Intended mnrk, rut hy hi mr.
'J'hrit rouae hi wrath, and, drawing
hi platol, lii) (lrop-d tlm infill In hi
trrn ka who had all hut dropiM-d him.
Another hnllct flying wide from It
murk, hut nenr lo tlm airunger, raiiHed
Llm to lay out one of tlm other pair.
Hid llm two remaliiliig men nought
wifely In flight, in that (.articular
tow n (In. la hud heeli prevloilaly colli
iiinitlvey luirmlea ninuacuiciitH, ow
ing to tlii- poor inurkMijiiiiiHl.lL of tlm
conieatniita, hut llm man who rould
hoot had arrived, and the Inhabitant,
although they turned out to greet him
lu a hody mid grunt him tlio freedom
of tlm city, did ao iu manlfeat awo and
(repldiUdH.
"Whenever lie told tlm Klory afWT
ward, he iiaed to wind It Up Impren
Ivcly hy Miylug, 'And, Ixiya, In that
town after that they went around mo
a If I had lveu
York TrlhuiM;.
a awaijju.' "New
For Salr-l,2."0
Oim lot and two lioim- on Monroe
atri et U-tween Sixth and Seventh atreet
Oregon City. Ilonae coiiatantlr rented
at 7 H-r month ea'-h.
I'imu K A Kakiiiah,
Oregon City.
TI LL Y01 K SISTF.K.
A 1'eatitiful C(.ni h-xion ia an imnoaai
hility without god J'Ure hhxfd, llm aort
that only rxlau in conriection with tix i
diifeation, a healthy liver i.nd lowel".
Karl'a Clover KKt Tea act directly on i
tlm howela, liver and kidney keeping I
them in (x-rfii'l ImHlth. Trice LT. eta.
tnd M) eta. C. i. Huntlev, Druggial.
Ir. W. H. Lewia, Lawerenceville, Va.
write, "I am iiaing kodol dyaK-(iia
cure In my practice among aevere caae
of indigeation andfind it an a linirutle
remedy.'' Many hundred of phyiician !
dend upon the uae of kodol dyapepiJ
cute in atomach trouble. It diu'cM :
w hat jou eat, and alio you to eat all J
the good fixxl you need, providing you !
do not overload your utotiiacti. Give ,
inntant relief and a ruiaueut cure. Ci.
A. Harding.
The heat nielbo.1 of cleanaing the liver
ia the ue of the famuli little pills known
aa iVWitt'a witch hazel aalve, the la?t
known cure for pile. Reware of worth
lea counterfeit, (i. A. Harding.
have never visited our store, and
They send east or go to Portland
these people how many lines we
A Mother's
" I auiitioMj you will be aatonished when I tell you that nix vcor rro I wn
lnm't dnj(;ru condition with bronchitia and Itintf trouble, becatiHO yon.
Can ho Ai well and utronjj I am no. The attack at that time cuused ternhlo
pain in my (hent and Itma. 1 1 ould hardly move, and to stoop caused intenneauf-
l..r.n. i,. ,.,... ,l.,l,.,l A,!,
Ii 'K mil- . ..
er'a lingliah Kt-mcdy, and I
inoiiKiir. i woui'i iry ii, sunouf;n
I totifea that down in my heart
I hivl little faith in it. The
firwt bottle c;nve ('rent relief,
and the aec-ond tttfj made me
the healthy woman I am today.
Myhiiili.mil' lunc; are weak
alao, and he cured himaelf with
the tame grand old remedy.
Our boy and jirl have both
leen aaved by it from death
by croup. I know tin ia to, for
wh':n they were attacked in the
niht I had a Ixfttle in thecloiiet,
and by acting quickly that fatal
miilaify waa easily overcome.
We a! way y, ve it to the children
v.hen they have acouh or c Id.
and we would not e without it
for anything. My icr will
tell vou r'm. if you ft' k her, that
it i a medicine that can aW-ay. '
jC depended upon for all the
rtt I i.l t Vi Mm trt- it li t r it .f ft ti n ' S
I tell All r.tir neit'hta.ra al.iit
Acker'a English kemcly whenever I Ret
nle around Mcthanitavillc. N. Y.. w here
inj to bed at night without abottle of it in the house than they would of le.ivinjf
their door wide- open. A I look at it. parent are criminally responsible when
they allow their children to die under their very eye with croup, l'-nuse hero
is a certain remedy that will conquer the terrible monster every tirr.c."
(Signed) Mm. Floyd Fowlbr.
A'kr' Knifllnh Kemelv I oM by all drTitfirtata aniltr a pxl-:- g-.mrnntM
that rwr tnon'r r;foncIa4 in ol failure. je., v., an'l i a buttle In
Lulled Maica an-J Cana'la. in Knlan l, r. rl., it. 3'!., and 41. (A.
We oaVrto- the n,r trmrnnlff. W. II. HOOKKB A CO., ProprUtort, .Wi IVfc
For rale hy ( ieo A. Harding.
Money to loan at
IIiii.oxm Sc Okikritii.
lowcat rate.
"Mclaughlin and Old Oiegon" lyi
Mra. live, for r-ale at Huntley's Itx kl
Store at 1 15 I'tihlither price, I..'0. 1
The latent ityh-s in millinery. Trice
the beat. -.Mia lioldrimith.
No other piM can tonal IeWitt's little
early rireri for promptueaa.cerUiiity and
efliciency. 0. A. Ilardirng.
It llnpiienMl In a rruic sr.
"One day lat winter a lady came to
my drug atore and d lor a tirand of
cough medicine that I did not have in
stock." say Mr. C. K. firnndin, the
(KipuUr dmggiat of Ontario. N. Y. "She
was diaiMH)intHl and wanted to know
what cough preparation I could recom
men I. I said to her that I could recom
iimmlChaniWlain't cough rerrmdy and
that she could t.ik- a Ixittle of the retne.lv
a'id after giving it a fair trial if she diJ
not find it worth the money to bring
back the bottle and I would refund the
rice paid. In the cotirae of a day or
two the lady came hick in company
with a friend in nee I of a cough medi
cine and advineJ her to buy a bottle of
Chamberlain's cough remedy. I con
sider that a very good rerommerdition
for the remedy." It is for sale by (. A.
Harding.
China Souvenir Ware
We import this ware in large quantities direct from Ger
many. Can furnish it in six different Oregon City scenes
and have a big assortment of cups, plates, creamers, etc.
Photographic Materials
Complete line of Eastman Kod;es, Premo, Poco, Cyclone
and several other mokes of Cameras from $1.00 to $35.00l
In materials you do not find any shop-worn goods.
Kimball Organs
Are too well known to advertise. We just want to tell
you that we have them from $00 to $150 and sell them on
installments. Every instrument guaranteed for five years.
Gold Pens and
Parker Fountain Pens
The Pen with the Lucky Curve is the one you want.
There is nothing better made in this line. From 82.00 to
$'.00. Other pens from $1.00 to $3 00.
lif
I
have a groat many articles besides these vro
mention, and are receiving lots of new goods
every week. We are preparing for the largest
holiday trade this season since we have been in
business.
Plain Words
1 mn
a chanco, and there arc plenty of p
I live, who would no moTe think of I
co-
go-
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I School books at Chaiuun A Co,'.
Tablets, (lencils and ralera Iree.
IfYSTF.TSlA CAN CTKKD BY
USING ACKER'S I)yntepaia Tablets.
One little Tablet will give immediate re
lief or money refunded. Sold in I.an.l
rornrt tin boxes at L'o cts. U. A. Harding,
Drugint.
mr.
ct.r. trxrs
AMI JIKAII Vf;
cvkk oi;
CATAIini!
CATARFH
a - wr . i
4 :-r!-cai
Ely's teBiln
Ey and j-. int to
tiX:": COLD lH HEAD
tlmi ar.d iY"lctJ the Muut.raiie. iteauxea Ui
trit of Taate and hrn!l. Lr;t !!, t) Ctuta a(
Ilri'taof h mail; Tr.al Sue, lOcrnta by niai'..
. tLY BWiUUii, M Warrta Street, Nr York.
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Dr. William' Indian P!t
iintmct wnl cure It 1 1 u-U
UierUii.ir and lu.-l.init
Plus, li auv.rio the tua.uia.
a. lava ttie llchinir at once, acui
a a poultice, inn instant re
lief. Dr. Wil lami'ln.liml'ileO.nu
nient lpreporcd for Pl eaandluh-
Ins of the pn aie puna. Etrery box la
warranto!. Bv ilnu-iri-t bT sna'l on r
flpt of pni M ctuta and Sl.iai. WILLI'S
MsNUfACTURHS CO.. 1'rop-w. c.i-eluU. Oiiia.
others who have
for a great many
.handle and give
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