Oregon City enterprise. (Oregon City, Or.) 1891-194?, April 05, 1901, Page 3, Image 3

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    OREGON CITY ENTERPRISE, FRIDAY, APRIL h 1001
3
Personal Mention
5
I mtn ('oob-y 0. all next waek.
Jten Hmlili, from Needy, waa In town
ti Vweek,
Abla how at i mull rli it Hhlvely
II nril week.
A hlgel.owal mall prhaalHhlvely'a
atl null wk.
Thomaa (IIMie, of Maple Lane, wee In
town IliU week,
I'reaion Honney, ul Colvlll. m In
(own ImI HuturUy.
E. K. Whliten, from Oawego. wa n
town lat Haturday.
MI't Croaa, from Molalle, wa at lb
court Imiiim Wedneaday,
Jamee Adklna, the sawmill man of
('nl y, In town Thuraday.
V, )l. Wblto, prominent Molalla
Uriner, M In town Ihla wk.
Mr fHa Jem. ol I'urtltntl, liai
lit falling Mla Ka Wllllama.
J, C. Crf ua, a prominent farmer of
I, h-an . waa In ln tail falorday,
Mr. M. Duma, of Rorkwood. visited
rUilv in tliU city MaturJay and Hun
day.
('harlea Ifoljien, deputy retviiue ril
Irator, wee In Uwn on btuln Thtire
day. A. II. Illbberd, a at hoot teacher at
MtrUin, u at the court liuuae Ula
vtk.
Attorney J, V. Uan,ol I'ortland.
a'T(.ini,liiy,t cil it, Mra. I.inlnda
Hum, waa at the rout I house Haliirday
looking a her Ilia estate of Innora Koae,
(llH'VBRIIll, '
Iti.r (li.rUn, of Colion, died U.t
'! 2oyeai, of roiimiinplloii,
lla wee lh on of Jmhne OoiIm.ii, 'I da
funeral took U Humley at Colton
rainiiinry,
l-onr lbeMi, of Ida Kelly farm,
twoimUe NiMt of totn, waa Ultor
lt Monday. Mr. Howeldt la raiting
tioiia for mikrt an lealao Improving
lilf bunch ol catlla.
John Jo, a farmer from leaver
Creek, was In town Patiirder doing hi
trading. Mr. Jonea la lntaried In ahecn
ami rattle raiting am) li Improving na
aiora lx Ida Introduction 0 no breed.
attorney rvhuhtd, who waa In Prattle
t legal bllalneae. returned HiiikLv.
Mr. Hi liud ye Ida atraota of Keetlla
ara filial will, wlld-eyad hoboes, who
look aa though tday did not data enough
to aat.
Ir. fc. A. Homiiiar write from New
York tdat da eipM-te to U dma by
April 15. During hia eley In Ida Eaat
Ir. Hommar dat made good uaa of dla
lima alien. Iln Ida dady tlliike at Ida
dinrnt rulfKa,
Mra WalliirA. MrJ.ot Hilarity,
laft laat Haiurliy arnlng Ut Han Fran
ciaio, uri drr way Ui j'lln drr luudaml,
wdu la at Manila. Many of drr frlamla
mot at Ida aiation to bdi bar allau anl
wlali bar a lata voyaga.
K. If. (iaddart. of tba Courier UrralJ
k Lo'il liver;
V ronk Coolly Co. all nait wck.
IIm yan MllyoMr t-rral?
I'ojiular i.rii wa, 10, i'O, ;J0, at Ida oira
lioiian ml w?k,
A naw cmitnt walk daa lx n lal in
front of tda adlltlon to Ida Klnclrlo dotal,
Wannar, Iraillnc rudllran of alaff. daa t rall-.l air by Ida arl
Fan.ly, waa bafora tba county UkI tdla 00a lllna.a 0 dla falbnr, at Myrtla Vtt k,
Mllaaukla, Iba wall
orator, waa In town
John Irwin, of
kooan frva alltrr
Turalay.
W. if. M.IK.n, of VUi, waa Ufura
tl. cvuniy UhkJ on rvl bulmaa lait
Vi'iil'iralay.
J.li. 1'iUbury will go In I'urtUml
A.fil luaa a mruihvr of tba Kalral
fin J Jury,
AtMiiar Jaima lra, vf I'oitlanJ,
m lraiiMillii buniiPM tin court
bvOM laat Work.
Mua MaruerUa Hnl lrr, of I'ortlaml,
m Ida vumtof Mia Lulu Morllmar a
lt Jaya laat Wavk.
Mra. J, It. IVw, rtH-rnlly from Mou
Una, iIuhI at Hlona tail huiulay nlgdl at
U.a aga of 46 ytara.
W, C. Ward, of Viola, waa In town
near iiranta I'm. Tba obi fnllnmsn
la mora than 70 yrara of axa anJ daa
auffrral aevfiely from ranrar. . I!a la
not airwrtml to turrlra.
W.
Tda fl'darinan who aii(laJ for aalmon
laat Moinlay war not alrtlliigly iui
caaaful. ,
Tda atraal railway company baa fin
Udail laying lrak U Ida railroad croaa.
Ing naar Canamab.
On Kaatr Hiimlay tdaro will U
aimclal choral anrrlra at tda Haptlat
church ami tda anllra aorvicaa of tba day
will bo aforoprfala to Idaorcaalou.
Tha aon lit ram J'ka waa thrown
from bla bb yrto laat Hunilay alternoon
ami auatalnnd frarturo 0 tba collar
bona,
C'Wkamaa Iditrlil I'omona Orange
will oiiH-t with Harding (iranga at Logan,
April l(Hh. All patron cordially In-
vllad. Mra. M. K. tilll. aacrnUrv.
Mra. Maljcl Daon. of Ida county
waa tdo recipient nf a
clrrk'a offlca,
bandaoma louqul of floaeia vaatrrday
frua an unknown donor. Tba gift waa
In honor of Mra. I'.acoo'a birthday.
W. II. Maibjon, of Viola, rfporta a
atranga pbanomma ofnatora. Ooa of
bla waa cava hlrlb to a lamb fthont
March 15 and on April 3 gaa birth to
anolliar lamb. Ilotb lamba ara llylng
and doing wall.
Kputy !itriit Attornay A. C. Pn-
rar 11I I'kII.ii.I il.. I
Jodn.o, of lUam Crk,waa ThurU. ul ,... .1..
In loan lb. l.tur ,rt of ! laoi Urycottl. oBr.rol l I'ottl.nd.
Mr. JodnMiO, lika many of bla nrigbW. ,., R , ... ,
. , 1 -" "' rjia al v.,U(ii.
!' ,, '"rl,ru,", l,1?"M, mn" I'ortl.nd ,o,,la think lb. laboring
. 1 Ml 1 .11 . .... I
ani win nun. 1 lanraa ao mat lia may
angaga In tha daliy builorta on a lara
trait. "a 01 tha leading attraction! at tha
Bicycles
Standard of the Vorld
Tlio 1901 Mo1c!h are Iwhter,
inlHomr:r arnl more eflicii-nt
than over before; are Btronjfer
than other whet-U anJ weigh
from 3 to 0 jxjundg lenfi.
"Jtwt as gwl an a Columbia"
f the bighcRt praine one can give
1 bicycle.
Models 73 and 73, ...f .50
M 63 44 6.L.. 40
Hub Coanter Brake 15 extra.
Choice of Uunlop, J t O or
lartford Tire.
Strong Guarantee
Geaccnt malm and Gcaecnt
agtnU arc reliable Tba Gea-
nt (uaranua k aa food aa a
bond. U ia Uckid by a coo-
orn of ondoobUd finai
ropofttibility.
U an yl hing prove wronr
with a Geaccnt, you know
fort wberc to go to have it
nuda right i and yc bavc
the umnnct that It will be
dona in a prompt and Lbcnl
Repair tnca tay fiat Crca-
ccnta ara ia the repair abop
loa tiua ajiy otber nuke.
Rjgbi quality at rigbt pricas,
Chainleaa $60 I
Chain, 33 and 34.... 351
" 63 64 ... 25
Oatrr Drake $5 extra aa all nod. U.
'HARTFORD
IHCICLES
Ate neconrl onl to Columbia in
ntyle durability and faajr run
ing. They are made in Columbia
factories by Columbia workmen
and bear the Columbia car marks
of excellence.
Models, 27 and 28 .. $35
" 33 " 24... 30
Choice of Clincher or Hartford Tire.
Coaater Brake f$ eitra.
Vedette Bicycles
Are for thone who want low
priced mounts that are light
running, strong, durable and re
liably guaranteed.
Made in Columbia factories.
Price $2-3, Men's or Ladies.'
HUNTLEY'S BOOK STORE
OREGON CITY.
menta and
T
old wbecla in ex
we eel! bicycle on eaT inatall.
nd tak
change.
Second hand wheel at your own
price.
Aak for a catalogue free.
men
belter
I'opular pricoe, 10, 20, 30, at the opera I
bOtlae Of xt week.
AtraUoa Water Coatnmera.
rf M"ttUr ralallhaffl ortha
tmrrmtmrr, la Ik City Ira( RUr, b.ror
Ik loth mt tha aala aad aaa troabl
4lM.
Vara.r r th
Mor4 r WaUf Cf.BiiltMr(,
Money to loan at
HatKiaa A Gairrirn.
loweat rates.
.M . . . ... 1
unrnuan nctenca aerricea are bald in ,
iiii....fi. i? i .
Enterprise and VV. Oregonian $2.
It. U. (ianotig, managrr of tba Orrgoo
lily t louring Mill, returnad from
Kurrka, California, lat Tuoadey. Mr.
Ilanpflg baa brro away for rarroatlon
if.. i. . . ....
ii iravaitMi on me atnamer Alliance,
i.i ... .1 . .
mi anjoytxi in irip ay niucli. lla
rvorta buinra goml at all Hie tow nab
Vintrd along the coa.t
l'rrarallona ara Iwlng ma.lo by I ha
Tb..ra,l.y Mr. Ward ,K,rM a fall of Congregational cbur, I, to cl.hr.t.Vt
a..u bl. tic.mty. f ((j n . n.0(ipr
JacvibU. MIIIr, an Unlva land The Lrtd'e Kurr alllU comn.rtnoraU
oanaroi Auroia, waa In few n at the b- I In Iba morning, praW by cove
ginning 01 ti.a wek. nantal and baplUmal arrliea. Tha choir
A nirrlaa IUhm baa Un laauad to u" l '" ' " a tiuiulr of wrka
1'jihrr luii Farrar to wd Uaorga on th tv l niuic for the day. Tha
WaihliiKlun JrlTwutc tenlng arvti a of raiae promise lo be
(a.ar Wbtltan, a rro-f.iva farmar ' ""''l "
... i .in 1
i. I . - I . . . . it. ... i win rpnueir ifiri. niiiarna i.iMAit a. . .
Hum hihiiii, iihi iigu. waa ai iiie I - nai to gira opand go
court liuiMw Kalaiday, n,,n ' ami v nnn ma irj " day.
nirn initei. a nuiis qiianrlle will
aotlal given by the Daugbtera of the
King at Armorr, Friday evening, April
11, will be a Cakewalk by Miaa hutx
Mortluiow, of San Kranciaco and Allen
Cooke, of Oregon City.
-
The board of county cuiumiaioner
waa In araion laat Wednvadar and
liatrnad to two road pelitlona. There
waa a atrong petition lor road imprvve-
uipiiIoo Kverbart bill The ciiUena of
Viola, HiNlland and vicinity aakol for
tba Iniprovanient of the Abernetby
roaJ. The cliln-na of Oregon City will
alo blp to Improve tha Abernetby
road.
We carry a complete line of coffin
and caakete.
We have been in btuineta for over
ten yeara
We have alwaya made an effort to
...... . ... .1 J inir.KMIIKU'U,
lllaillttte ball avert Kundv mnnna K ti- ..
a c mix unucr amau expenae ana
at t evu a'rWk . R, .1.1.1 n. c...i. ti . .
HHi.Ject for Bundar. k:
March 81, " Unreality. " Sunday Kcbool I jj
at twelve o'clotk. Wedneaday evening N
meeting at eight o'clock. To tlieae wet-
.... ii1
vuea an are welcome.
Have yaw paid ywr water reail?
EXPERIENCE 18 THE BEST
TEACHEK. USE ACKER'S Snglih
Remedy in any caae of cougba, coJJ or
croup. Should it fail to ive immediate
reliet money refunded. 25 eta. and 50
rta. O. A. Harding, Dragnet,
do not uk Urge profit.
We thorough) understand the
preacrvation of the dead.
We destroy contagiou genn and
offensive odor when called to
prepare the dead for burial.
R. L. HOLMAN
mi tf Ccsrt Hems.
1 a UUgl twit
k-
Get our Prices on Job Printing.
Maror Dimltk i iirk with tli men!
Tba large cborua choir j,a thought be could aland them off, but
""". bad to Kir on and o home laat Mon-
I
hherilTC,.ka ia rr.Jv ... enll-rt tl.. " 1'-"-"- Th. town ain't what it uawl to be.
- .vim i c-iiii-if in 3iTur mn mm ninniM r
... . ..... . . :. , -. .
win na renierei ry ihrre or lour of
bl-
bicycle Ui whenever the owner of
rydea ara rraJy to pay.
Mra. Iletirleita Kelly, of tha Kelly
farm, who ba hern In Kcaltle on bui
tie, returned Monday,
II. I. ratu-ranii, employed at the
Klnii Iiimi.o a.jlutu, w a In town laat
Tuwailay paying bla taiee.
John lialfney, Jr., a proaperona young
uruier Irom Maplo Une, bad
at the court houee tbia week.
Oregon City 'a well known oloUla,
MlillT TKLU'HO.U hl.KVIlE.
It U ratranltrd by l'bylclant and l.ate
Mik rbdjlnx.
Ani evrryuiing it ail at aea,
When the Major baa tha meaalea.
The council d'jp not run luat righu
The weather ia a bolv iriitbl.
Tba whole towu'a In a aorry iilinht.
lUce Ilia Mayor look the lueaalea.
Ever ainc IKli, Orrfon Cily baa lx-en
UuKglmg along without a night tole-
buaincaa I phone aervlio. The lei k of tbia mulern
convenience baa been a dinailvantaffn to
John WUe. formerly of thia county and I'l''i'-iana, but the young couple ,oubt bava plung.-d over the devlevlty
A team iH'longlng lo U . W. Grace, the
groctir, enjoyed a wild runaway laat Sat
urday afternoon. They itarted at Fourth
and Monroe ttrveta on tba bill and ran
for eeveral block. They were beaded
lorineeoge oi me uiuu ana woulil no I
who are carrying on a epirlted rourtuhlp
have mled tha telephone the worn),
Poring the day lima there wa not inurli
cliaiu-e for lovera lo get a word In edge'
waya. Hut all thla ia changed. Lat
Monday the night telephone aervice waa
Ui.Jn.u,l L II....... I'll I... .1.. ...
m. . I iwmin. ..r-.ii vii lf Hi mil
Tu.Vr.ulW eat Oregon City, died Hat- L,,,, fi7 yM. The tilht operator ia
-..j -u wa. nuri.i fun.iay ai Pprinr I'aul (lantnteln. and be will aoon be in
tNNNielon of the v'ret confided to the
now of l t I'oitUud, wa at the court
boiiein humiirM tbia week.
M m Helen (ilian, the tracher of
Meadow brook achmil, aient Hatimlay
with her parent In tbia cliy.
An infant child of Mr. and Mr. R. O
bad not a Irclghl train frlghUmed thetu
away, lliey were euhaequently caught,
the only damage l-eing a broken apring
on the wagon.
KAVTElt M'.XDAT StltVICKS.
Special Order to be ObiM-md at
Jehn' Catholic Cbarrb.
M.
ter.
J. K. Hrlgge, the road eupervleor from wire by truatlng lover
f hra, wa tefore tba county coin
tolaalonen thla week with aome road
tnattera.
Jutiic Mi-Klnitle, an old realdenl of
Eu!e Creek, died laat Friday night,
gd 43 yeara. The funeral took place
ou Hunday,
Edward Kliarn. of KU(Tor.t. n.nxv.1
through iowd Haturday on a vl.it to liU PP' connection w indt. Then the
father-in-law, Col. Trloetor, on tho Aber-
nalhy road.
i'r. It. (lonelier, of Mulina, waa In
W'n Saturday. The doctor rtorU the
fir-Mitit of bit coininunlty aa being ax-
optionally good.
Mlkfl Oat fluid, an extunaive farmer
Eaatcr Sunday and the three daya pre
ciH'ding it will bo obeerved at St. Jobo'a
Catholic church in a apecial manner.
Following ia tho order of eervlcea on
thoae day:
April 4, Holy or Maundy Tburaday.
It la the leant commemorating the laat
npHr. Maaa will be aaid at 9 a. in.
Tho evoulng eervlce consisting of pray
era, a aermoo on tba Kleaaod Sacrament
kn.1 llm ainiftnir nf lit ljMi..Klm ttllnl I
l..l.. .l....l. k..- U.
lainaiyollUOOrger- Anrll H(mul KrMav mmi
Although the
telephone company did not advertise the
opening of the night ollii-e, It wa known
lo at leant four doawn young men and
maldena before it bad lHen open two
hour. The nluht operator waa aoaing
to hiw chair, w hen there waa a whirr on
tho awlU'h board. A young lady'a voice
callnd for a ceitain number and the
NT
FIE
ON YOUR WALLS.
MMMHIIMIIMIItlll Itli,,, n, ,, ,,if, .1
tllttiLUUU.lt! I i Uti ! ! ! i 1 1 I f r f If m 1 U I J d
V" W v vy ar w w -r w-ww-w,
"Yea; but who i tbia talking?"
Ing the crulflxion of Chriat, the mwi of
"Oh vou know wull enouiib who it ia." . 7. . 7 ..r."V"'
it i Ti 1,18 ireaancuneu wui take place at 9 a,
Upon my word I don't." t. .. .i... v. ...J
iu ui eveuiiiK more win oe we l
'Upon my
Can't you tell my yolca?"
"All volcea eound alike to mn."
'That 'tall right for you; but when
to"" MlUankle, attended the montlng aro yon coming op?"
' ma lM)rd of county comuillomira
Wednciday. ,
I"t Monday County Clork Cooper,
va Earl Marti the prlvje ol marry.
H. Hon wick, by granting him
timrrlitKo Hcciiho.
Jlni Hcitt, of Bi-ott'i Mills, waa at tho
. C0rt lioiiHe Tima.lay, Mr. Hcott baa
P'ir:tHe, tie n,lur rml9 n TyKh Vnuy
EftMhtrn Oregon.
C. Jonr-H, of Halum, a nephew of 8. W.
, , ' 1"m ' t tho court hotiHo. PiUur-
-y.pnyingtaxna on bla Inrue farm of
a:r8 j,, tll0 ,0tlorn ,,art of the April 12,11101, under tha aUHpicoa of tho
" Daughtora of the King. A abort mimi-
Jl'o rgulnr monthly mvolinK of the cul and library program will ho rendered
""kumaa County ToaclmrH1 Adalioii " VM T'
"ld hint r'ntinikv at M.,ni H.tn limit timt. rri.os will bo awarded. Dancing
t ! . . " "
"Can't come until I know who you
ara."
"Well, If you areaoatupld, It ia your
tootay wootay that ia talking."
"Too bad I am ao far away."
"Indeed it ia. Can't you lend ma a
wool "
Tho night operator full from his stool
and roluDaitd Into a swoon. Whon bo
rognlnitd conaclourinoHS a doctor waa
ringing violently and calling for a drug
otore.
KASTKtl KKST1VAL AN IlANCE
Will bo alvun at Armory on Friday,
dwhloiliy aiiccoiiHful
"i attendance
excellent.
and
There waa a
tlie papora read
with good miiHiu.
AduilHtlon 25 conti and 1 hard boiled
egg. Children 10 cents,
m.
"HUiioni oi me uroas," a sermon on
the raeiion and Death ol Christ and the I
singing of the Lamentation of the
Frophet Jaremlah.
April 0 Holy Saturday ChrUt in I
the Sepulchre, Service will begin at
7 a.m., connlMtiug of the bleealng of
Holy Water, Baptismal Water, Easter
Caudle, singing the Litany of All Saints
and Mass.
April 7 Easter Sunday, the Resur
rection of Chrint. The flint mass will be
baM at 8 a. m. and after it a German
sermon will bo preached anent the
Feust. The second mass High Mass,
will begin at 10 ;30 a. m. The choir will
sing the "Festival Masa" by J, Viegand
and the sermon in English will treat on
"Christ's Divinity and Humanity."
Tho evening service will lxgln at 7 p. I
m, conslHting of the Solemn Vespers, by
tho choir, a sermon, "Christ tho Stranger I
snd Wanderer" by the pastor, and Sol
omn Benedict Ion.
All are cordially invited to attend
those services.
. j. -i '
Give us the size of your
rooms, and we will figure how
many rolls of paper it will
take to put a new face on your
walls. AVe will also tell you
how much it will take to paper! Paper.
The Housefurnisher.
your ceiling, we will make
allowance for doors and win
dows, we will trim the paper
for you free, and we can as
sure you that 60 cents Will
buy enough paper to
cover a medium sized
kitchen.
Come and Bee us, you will
be surprised to see the pretty
patterns we sell for 10 cents
a Double Roll.
"We also keep a good assort
ment of higher priced Wall
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