Oregon City enterprise. (Oregon City, Or.) 1891-194?, February 08, 1901, Image 1

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iiAHMY PUOMOTIdNS
To-Morrow
Final Price on Ladies' and Misses' Jackets and Capes.
M hart Ull tUxit 6i cliokt JacVrl iUb formely told at fj Jo, l.jo
aiull5i, Tliry ae all lal teuton ChoICO Of th Lot fOf
an.l til air rrj.erM-nUj In CC
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A auiall lot of laillra' anil mlaara'
wll Ull.nt'l klyll.li Jaiktta llioe
oii lily erlladU Choice
tiiatnlaU, fneui Tomorrow
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40 Clill'lrrn'i ami Mlaara' Ktffrrt
juaealHrril Ihlt araann't itjflea,
jioaiiivriy weth YourChoIco
U 5o ..,11195 $198
Prico Wonder in Furs.
A m.n Jul, nf vrry tlmli I'or Sarfa an.1 ColWntea alo F.lrrtelcSral amt
AMeakan tulUertira lliai ret aoM foniirrl fur If Ji to ij jo will he
aiii tomoriow at DO per cent off eruiae
Silk Specials.
lo j.irrra I'anry I'lald ami 1'luer.l ftilki o liulira wiJc. hrar ijuality,
trey ilraieahlr (t wal.la. hj-iul PtiP Yard 60C
Ij j.lca hilka. fanrjr fi)juecl ami rlictka, all tbolie orw aliaijra.
Per Yard 60c
i Huh U!k Saliei Mrivtl'.rui. rale hravy gea.Ira, wnelh l .J jn-f yel.
Our l Price $1.00
to Hull I.Iiiiiik Mlka hi J.lain ait'l tliei(raM coluea, vrey dcairaMe for
toi ami jaiktt ittiii; per Yard 25c
Sample Sale
Toitiuem e will offrr-fir al cmnpU-U lieir of one of the r.lrn
Maniifaituttia Minj.lraof lnttra' WeJI,r'' Su,u n'1 Vou"lt Meo'e
hint.. Wt liavr art utrj the lot aimmiit lug In all alwut f IJUJ CO at big
iliMcuni an.l lll al our ti.l tnutei.w at the matiufaituere cot.
ROBERTS BROTHERS
ORY GOODS DEALERS
6j.-lVt Third t., L MImi awl Vaahlll la .
I()KT1-ANI), OK.
Nerfrul TopuUr Ofllcrr
Admired In Hank.
Are
mmoneiJEinHmtiMHtu
Tvlonter Offlcen la the fUfolar Hrr
1 Are (Nprii U 1'laj
Minor I'rt4.
WamiiaoTon, Feb. 8. Tlie praeiil
Ulay aeht I he lollowiug ooinioeUout to
llie wtnalet
For lirutrnaol inneeal, Major Gen;rl
Nrln A. MiIm; lor major Keirrelt
tianiUKl B. YuuiiK, Ailoa It. C'liall. Ae
tuur Mac Arthur, lor hngailii-r g-neral
John C. Hatee, Ltoyil Whraton, liwrge
VV. I !, Then, rkbeao, Hamutl H.
Humiinr, UunarJ Wol, ItoUrt II. HU,
HoUit I. Ilu.ht. Uo. M. U.ndall,
Win. A. KoM, FrvJ D. Grant, J.
Kr.nklin i:ll.
Junior ofllrura in the ri-Kilar Krvl e
have (all uiihIj aniieiy over the pro(rcl
of being "Juiii-l" hy the fhxxl of lie
voiurea into Ihe aelte uuiier the pert
eat le-crjftiili.lion art. This announce
men! Irotn the Wtr DrpeMim-ot will be
ol aoreie tonifoet to Ihoae oinreet.
"l'rtmotioni er ill U maile lo the f'l
I ol fle.t llruinant in the r.iiUr army ol
II eexii IlifUtenanli in that aemy whoa
coiumUiiuna nie-il.te the war with
hpaln. The prouiution will carey op
II olllcera in the erguUrt who hare hi l
lof.ycr areriie than Ihe yolonteera, but
will lave yacaniin lor volunteer aecotiJ
lleuiebaute."
II I (ill I'llUr.l) HOKUM.
Ilur... Ara la b Kpl la The l'alla
lalti.
Pope & Co.
LEADERS IN
lianhvaiv, Stoves, Mec'liaiiics9
Tools, Voo(lrIiopporaS Tools,
lariniiiv: Tools, Air Tight
Healers, Elc., Eic.
Weliavt a fne tine of Warranto! PocUct Knlvcn
that will make very dtirable Christmas Tridents.
Special Attention given to Plumbing. 43
,th c Main ORISON CITY. OH., T.lrphon, 463
OHirinToir. i.Aii,
JIAUSHAhl.S DAY
anaUiiiem.
PRINTING
OP fiVHRY
DIICKIPTION
We ere prpred to execute fint-cUii Printing promptly at the
loweit pricti eonalatent with skillful end Intelligent eecution.
ENTERPRISE PRINTERY
Your Work Solicited.
! Xiw Yu, Feb. 6 Frankfort, lUen
! tnrg'a 3 jear olJ biothcr, lor which LorJ
( l.'luiiuirl, the young Iriah oohUman, now
j on a vi.il lo tlil city. pail 10.lO at the
Pair aale, will remain In title) country
p.itof tttia araaon, il Dot theuughoat.
So will the 2 yir old colte imported
t Iaitoi.n. Choate anJ lmete-l Cathaire
. Mue, which ee.livrly coat tW. I'XKX)
e.ti) ViuO. Itnprtel hiateoto. the biood
maee, pehaed lor ItftO. may be ihlp
tinl a I .road during the Sumnirr Ird
I'lih.mrl lalla Ur . home Feheoair 'JO
rakint; ol hia puichaara, he aiJ :
The hoiara will rt-uiain hi-re Iurom
limr j how long I cnt.ot ay. I rankfoM
1 ft K'K'd in tin lipl iti'n and the
1 Annual t'ii.mii.,n at I'oi.ey I-land; ihe
iWlnioi.t at Wft hratrr and the Ameri
cn Ih-ihy at ( liiragf 1. I'aelin.n, Choate
i d Cllmllr Mur are ail ill the Fulmuy
n l Matron Ihi. )t ar; the IVImont, Ut
a.u.Uyii aid Ai iiual Cl.anii..n m-xt
yrar. Thry have 110 rliKarnifiita abroad
and il would not le goo,l manai-nii-nt to
'take thi-m away until thry have been
given chaiu-i' lo iy lor ihemevlvM here.
A Futurity or Itealiiation would more
than pay for the entiie lot. and any other
of 1 lie event named wuuld more than
1 pay (or one if the colli.
"Ileaidea, I did not buy the Loraet lor
mynelf. I bought theui lor (1 l-nd, who
hat connection! here, tnd while I will to
an extent control them, 1 will not entirely
do no. Who will train them it not set
tied. I have tent them to Charlei F.
Hill, at Monmouth Faik. He will have
thr: ol th tu temporarily, puihly
while they are here. I have not all to
aay about the mailer."
CAXTKKN4 M18T CLOSK.
Hkllwooo, Feb. 0 The orner-fone
of the teem. trlum ol the 1'onUnd Cre
maiorlnrn Atociatlon w.a itld yenierd.y
l'ernorei at the ground of the Oregon
City Railway, near Hellwood, by the
Maeonlc Grand Lode of Oregon, In Ihe
pretence of a large gathering ol resident
from Portland and the' siirroondings.
Three Seial care carried the grand
lodge officers and meeribrs of Portland
lodges to the ground, where lbs Irnpreae-
ve ceremony of lite order waa preform"!.
The subordinats lodge eMutlng were:
Hawthorne, No. HI; Wa.hlngion, No
0; Colombia, No. 114; Portland, No. V
Harmony, No. 12; WilUtnette, No 2
II. B. Thlelson, r.nd na.ier, offii:i-
le-l and eondiu-ted the ceremony, sa
luted hy the wbr grand .ffl. er. Frank
(iibeon, suerinlindeiit of the snaocia
lion, m master of cremoniei
A handaoeoe rtd aar deione had bren
peoviited for Ihe o'Cc on On one
wae engravrd, "IVrland Cremation A
aocl.Uon," and on the oeher. "February
5, 1101. An opening for a copper ho
had been chiahtd out. With Or nd Mat
ter Thielton ilanding cloe 10 th wall of
the foundation ol the chapel, the cere
mony was begun with an appropriate
piayer by Dr. T. L E lot. Then cam
tbelayingol the corner-alone. Il waa
placed in poeiiiuo be a helper. Grand
Maater Thielaeo took the square, coin
pai and plumb from the hands of Ihe
architect and found the a one In
ahape and poeilion, and to
The stone waa snnointed with wine and I
oil, after which the grand manter made
abort addreea, itHUring the corner-
iline of U e structure laid in airordance
with Ibe lorrns and Mages of the Maonic
order. The copper hoi was then sealed
with a marble cover. It coniains Ihe
names ol the officers ol the grand lodge
of Masons of Oregon, a biatoriral sketch
ol the lorroalion and pereoiin-) ol Ihe
rottland Cremation Association, and
some coins of present date.
Trlbntr of Honor Paid to Ment
or of Great Jurist.
A II l I F HOLIDAY UK( LAI1ID
Itentb, liar ana H heel ef Its IVenfry
Held fitlliig MmorUI les
U iUon J.
FoartAMD, Feb. 6 This city pwid trib
ote yraterday to John Mamh.ll, rflier.
iaV-mn and juriat, on the ore.aion of
the IQMi anniyeraary ot hiaappdntmflbl
as Chirf Jonic of the Hupreme Conrt cf
Ihe United HteN-e. The Moltnomat.
Car held services in t'.e U. H. court
room. There were a.Mrea In all th
K l;o.la, and In the af eriuxn Hon. Hor
ace O . i'latt, of 8n Franci'o, adileicteil
a mw meeting in Cordray's theater.
The ly wat generally ohervl
thnxihcnt the United fW'e hy appr-
1 prulM aervicee The lilinoia l?ar aent a
I lulu fral.fii. Wr u.. . 1, ,.f i.Mjlni f s ih
Oieg n Bar, U wli ch the Oregon IW re
turned a titling reolv.
A SOCI4LMT NCIIKMK.
Will rtablUh COnratlf Taws tm
Coanaaicut.
MCW CAR BA7.M.
Tea Kaal SIJ Railroad Compaay Balld
lag el Mllwaakla.
IiaibotroBT, Cjoii , Feb. 5. A plsra
baa U-eo propoae l to etuhlinh tertiira
n perfect I fl4otj.,j innlitutiona heie on a bnia of
declare.) I eoira'i'Xi Ilinvolvea the racing ot
lo.O)Ki0. Fry ihoa.ud ciiizec
here expect to find the money, e.chj
Uking 9 175 worth ol itoc'a. bii corpo
rions are to le chartered. Ol ihe
1175 auiacribed by each . will lorm a
drpoeit in the savmgs bunk, one of th
corporation!, while the remainder 'will
pay (or one share in e h ol the other
five companies.
Wi'h the K-henie is a proposition t
pay tlie debts of tlie inuuh ipniiiy by In
soringthe litee of prominent ciiizena.
The city will pey the premium and bo
the hrneflciaiT. eVveral rtei lenu hT
agreed to take out policies ii me sc!irai
go;l through.
MiLwai KiK, Feb. A A large lorre ol
carpenters have commenced work on the
McKlal.y
BtklLET, CU
la C.ra.(.
Feh. 6. rr--Mu 1
1
"Russdi'
Engines
Traction or Portable, Slmplo or Corn
pound, Wood or Straw Burners.
fjwirnat.
''V1 JHT,
mill,
I'.M tlp(',Ul,M),000.
aiirpuiih lAi.nnii.
cwtai.s a. rreiaie.
. a la, a. Niainxa.
a. S CAtiriBLD.
nrl hanktiii biialneaa tranaaeted.
t..u, r.-rniv.d auhlmii tn check.
lrov. ,. .mi noiaa ill.rniinied.
r"iilrinl elty w.rmni. biniihl,
Jna muln on iv.llalila aeourllT.
".mn i)iiixiiiaiiaaiiin.
1
Woilmi, nu.ls promptly.
I'. I IV.II...I. In mnm na.l nf til. .Arlll
"".iiir nuniiKiiiaa anl lnn rortiauu
n.iinl.Ki. 1.1.1 . .t w.k
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Wriialln,, ifms depnaltl.
Hau
"pHK CoaMKKCl AL HANK
OF OKKdON CITY.
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1100,000
TkANatrTa oaNRtAL a. Mima aiiaiwa.a.
"..Ill iMMiln Inn. .lih II U.Imi i.al-
laiiTn !'"!; ""I'Dllaaai-liaiif ami all pulnti
Da.il, ",lu" Knrnpe ami Hong Ko"l'
Mmr aubleot lo otteol. eu
" 0. LATOUKKTTI, PreaMent.
F. J. MKVBR Caaaler.
"Cyclone"
Threshers
Automatic Stackers, Wind Sta-k-tr,
llorao Poweri, Tlircr.hcrtiicn s-
SuppHdS Ol All MUU3.
.....pixp for c""rM rr.np
lin irr,err
RUSSELL & CO.,
pf.r?:ar.-:
Url.1 Acid In the Rloo.1 Cmiws Hhi-umiliam, ScUllra. Oout and Neuralgia
T?liniuiiifu Tlllll.-
.),.. ..i,w.. A wrltnn iiarantie with each ring to n turn your money In
I ?,,Pe " tlreh Ttil .-.ty PKK'K 2M. A ,.o,tel card will bring our
ee .
remove
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littlonkltt that telle tho itory
Kld hv
DUKMKIhTKH A ANDHKIttrt.
Oregon City, Oregon.
Aildres,
HEX RHEUMATIC CO.,
Hartford, Conn.
The War Department I.aaea The First
Ucneral Ortler.
Wamiiinotos, Feb. 4. The first gen
erl order by the War Department in
execution of the provisions ot the army
reorganisation act directs the discontin
uance ol the sale ol beer, wine and Intox
icating liquors on all military reserva
tions and army transport. The order
was turned today and is very teme and
cnniUn In its terms. After reciting Ihe
aiiti canteen provieion ol Ihe law, the
order proceeds:
"Commanding olllcers will immedi
ately carry lue prDvimotia of Ihis law into
(ull lorce and effect and will be held
etrlctly retvm!ihlrt that no exceptions or
evasions are permitttnl within their re
sMciive juiisdictions."
Although the order makes no special
reference to the military reservations at
Fort Monroe, Vs., and Went Point N. Y
it Is stated at the War Department that
under the terms ol the law it will tie nec
essary to discontinue the sale ol all in
toxicating liquor on thee reservations
and that the bars in the hotel at Fort
Monroe and in the hotel at Went Point
will have to close at once.
Recent experiments show that all
clauses of foods may be completely di
gested by a preparation called Kodol
Dy.pepsia Cure, which ahuolutely di
gests what you est. As it is the only
combination of all the natural digestants
ever devised the demand for it has be
come enormous. It hns never tailed to
cure the very worst cases of indigestion
and It always gives instant relief. 0.
A. Harding,
new Car barn for the Oregon City Jt Et Wheeler, of the Univer-ity of Cl .rnia
Side Railway Company at Mdwankie. 1 has received a telegram H.iing that
The stroil'ire will he 4Sx:00, 19 feet bigli ' President McKinley will accept hie
ol wood, with a corrugated roof. invitation to addreea ihe studen's of ih
The building was formerly lo "have been university on commemiVient dy. May
200X200, all brick, but it was decided 14. This is taken to indu-.'e that Presi
npon by the company to build a smaller deni McKinley 's prupoi! trip t tbe
budding out of wood The new building ' Pai ilic C'wt will be um.fe despite re
will be owed for the trailers and the sev- port to th contrary.
erl freight cars. B-'t ween Ihe old barn '
and Ihe new there will be a space ol 0 1 he I'sr"'""-"' r.
fet. A number of e-witches will be ii:- i The rui-h at the drugstore still cos-
sialled and be used lor Ibe company's tinue and daily s'orea of people rail for
a bottle of Kemp's FUlxam for the Throat
and Lnrgs for tbe Threat and Lungs for
the core of Coughs, Colds, Aoihma,
Bronchitis snd Consnmption. Kemp's
flat est.
With Ihe several new cars aheady or-,
dere-J. the company will need all the
space required. When the new cars ar
rive the company rxpecta lo put on a JV J Balsam, the standard family remedy, '
minute schedule, with one through car sold on a guarantee and never tails to
daily, which will make the run in about 'give entire satisfaction. Price Zx anJ
40 minutes. &0c.
..BM.Baaaia.a.aMaaaa-ianaKa.aMHMaaaaaM
True Economy
The difference of cost between a
good and a poor baking powder
would not amount for a family's
supply to one dollar a year.
The poor powder would cost
many times this in doctors' bills.
Royal Raking Powder may cost a little
more per can, but it insures perfect,
wholesome food. In" fact, it is more
economical in the end, because it goes
further in leavening and never spoils,
the food.
Royal Baking Powder used always
in making the biscuit and cake saves
both health and money.
You cannot, if you value good health, afford
to use cheap, low-Rrade, alum baking pows
ders. They are apt to spoil the food ; they
do endanger the health. All physicians will
tell you that alum in (xk1 is poisonou.
eOVAL BAKING POW0EA CO., 100 WILUAtj ST., NIW VORM.