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OIIKGON CITY ENTERPRISE, FRIDAY JULY 12, 1901.
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... A, icrik in, Mr.1
"I Mr. K. VV. Power, Mr. and Mr..
g fr, Irvlr. Mr, and Mm. I. I
J'iin.l.l.ori and Hon. and Mr. J, I),
of Halem, have been attending Hit
Miauteu.pi Aaaemhly at (Jladatone.
W. K. Ifarrla. secretary of th !,v,r
jPek If m1 and Hulldlng aaaoilallori.waa
l tha-Hiy Monday, If.
J oat. (, prosperous condition ..,,1
st!,.yl,ldwll larger by far limn
hi many year paal. Haying a fci.i.
commented and on eon. (.nr.. i. ...
thhkth.tlthee to , ,u,.dov,av.
erai limna to dry projrly.
(, 0. I'laueaen waa In Halaiu last 8aU
K. I.. lUknr, of (Iraem. waa n town
1". Hardoii, nf MrMltmvlitri, was In
the cliy Hnndsy.
J, II. Itakerend wife, of Halion, rra
In loan HumUv,
(!!,. WlJJ, of Wllhoil, lt.fttl.1,
fir l oliaiit, Taah,
MIm Manila (,iaaon la vlaltlng rel
I,,.. . .!. ,,.y f,, Moutil ,,.,, .,', (llfl
Mil lra HUwart liaa returned f,, month' vacation. They will camn t
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Orr Jloyal, of Hal.in, waa In ll.a city J"J,,hl" """"If. Poring Mr. Monlgwn
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Ml vi9nrmm im rniiJijr,
lllryclr) sundries of all kiii'la, Johnson
Hev. A.J. Montgomery left Wednea-
lont fall to hear folk Miller at Chan
lauqna, I'rlilay ami Haturdey,
Large stuck ol lialian basket Jnal r
celved at Golden Utile Haxaar. '
'.'0 to UN) lo loan on chattel or per
tonal security. Dluili k A Kastharn, igts.
"I'olk Miller, on lnvt the boat one
man aliow In Amerlc." Henry Walter-eon.
V. J. Ifaycoi an.) wfn
rr in (own yklrlay,
Mim Marld Willay, (,f Hr.llw.1, vlt
hit I'uffiila of llila t lty Huiulay,
Jin. (irainiiUt o. rtil,lrfn liava
rn viMing mlalUra In Harlow.
Wlllar.l MUgl.l an.l William (Mr
via u lun from Canl.y halurday.
Jotiallian A. "Iiilnay ami Jowh
(JiWil, of (If rvala, ar In town Hun.l.y,
Mra. K. Hll Wltlu, of Kuruftor, la
vl. ilng liar moilier, Mra K. I Martin
Mr. an. I Mra. Will rVrry, ( flrowna
vIIIp, vUlitxl rolalivoa n ti,a tt7 0Vef
rr7 a a..M.h. iiry. Iravla. of l'onl.i.,1
will roh.lii. t iu irmrrilnir arvlia an, I
Hi" Clirl.ilan I'mli-avor Kr.tv will I, v.
cliarKa of arvlia Humlay evanlriK.
rewliiK Miai:hlii anl lltfht uiw lilnnr
re'alrt.,. Johnaort A Uinb.
( Irrult (aurt.
J. Ilillfitaa waa IrM ,y Uin rMiirlir'.
ouil of v anliy and found Kullty of a:.
In Intoilratlrtg llfjuora on Hunday and
ahn,md t -ay a fine of .V), or In d.
fault luli roii.iiiltM to ), rlt lall.
Toe Juditiiiarii of tl,a rrcord.-r'a court
waa rvlea by tl.a clrruil court and Ida
ruriHMlria iliamUMd, a tl.a charter
rill,llrd aintf aiirlluoua. malt ami
I.tnlier Moor relnritad laat wk from lnue Ixiuora aaylnir hot 1. 1 nil abiut In-
iUlllo JWownatllU. Ilia family will ti.ilratiei ll.jn-.ra. JodK Mcllrlda helj
return later. dial IntotlratlriK Honor a w.a a mm I,
Frank lUgby, of the firm ol llauh A ,""',Br ' mall, vlnoua and
Hoii.l, raamlll met) of Neejr, Waa In l,'"," hq'Mira end that the charve of
Hoi. Clark la doing 10 Jaya In jail for
'anil and battery on Mra. Martha. Ad-
drewi, tbewifn of "Hlouitan."
John Ulloy Mead, formerly am retary
or ll.a Y, M. U. A. In Ihla cliy, waa
married at Ifartlavllle, Mltli., laat Mori
rfonn jeririinga, lormerly clCr man
of Orrgou City, baa ptinhaaod MU ba'a
cUar at ore on Weeliingtou atreet In Tort-
There will U an ire cream aoclal in
the at bixd liouea at Itedland, fSatnrday
evening, July V, for the benefit of the
Mra. L.tlirr Wanner died at Clarka
f.i i ... i .
rnoay, oi aoniacii UOUOIa. Ml" an
the mother of K. W. Ie, who died laat
Ik.w walker, of McMlnnville, at
Ur.lr. tl.a fourth of July celebration at
Wra. J. Hcbvurer and danhlrr regti
ttr4 at lh Klectrle hotel yeeirrday
aeiiing ilia lormrr would not autioit
I conviction here ll.a breech could only
ire lor eelllng the latter.
The iueetlun aa lo whether tl."legie-
lla'ure had provided court forCanbe
waa ralMHl aU, Tha ).,ge hrll that
cotirl for Canby waa create! by Imolica
Hon A the charier duai trd tl..l il,. .
urintrnderil J. C. Inwr Uavea cler ulJ reinirtall flu.. e,.IU .r
Ihl. umn.li.tf to join lb M.umae and him lor .rocuilona In 1,1. courl and the
till climb Ml. Hood.
flfitltl.rt. ...,. 1.1 II.. I l.l - .11.
. - '.w. .u. Ti'iaiion. or li
Mr. and Mra. O.arlre 8mllb iil b aboubl m if-nwnUd before lb" recorder
Fuorthof July In Wuudburn. vlaitirttf
Mr.. Hnilth a wrtnla. IMI UMTIMJ I)L( ISIO.X
if .. i ....... i . . i. . 1 1 . . I. . i i . mmm'
... ......r... rn...rr, u, lociianq. J., r. M.I..U. I'... I k., m. r.
t... i .,..i..i.L.i.i. ...... ' ' ' 1 - r-' '
uu itb iwiiuig i.uia nunimor oil
Hit. rll. lit. Ik ..I, rmf...H WBW.
M.e. Iura I onera, of (lai.k.nle, I. A ca- recently bffort lb" luatUe court
the gtir.1 of II. e MIm4 Albright at Ibelr Irfinga up a nureiion tcullarly of Inler-
campiuuia.ieionelark. let to Oregon CHy. A votina- man. work
Mr. and Mra. J. 1). Ihillam, of lleloit, ,0 " f Ihe mill., waa In debt aud
W.a , are In tha city vUltii.g Ibelr creditor bruugl.l arniahmenl tro-
danglitrr, Mra, J. C. Zinanr, oredtnga. Tba debtor eiopluyeJ Alloc-
Carlton Harding leave (hi. evening h5' 10 fl''1
for .ebalrm Hay where be will vlail for ' ' ' MUiMl 01 ,,w ,nl
Mine lime with O.arlet Vo-Urg. ww Ir." "upjajct ol lamlly and he
in,, in ii i., iereiore eiruiH. lit conteniled
iimiii iipntPDiiT .nil u i.
P.il. I'.i.i .it- ..i Hial the eiempiin law, which a
l elle I attleon, of l.ugene, are allnmling ... ... ' . , ,
lh.-,.ut.,..A ..i... ,s...i.. ' "'- U,.,.pliw4 lo all
., aona wImmo wage are given for the tup
j,., Arll., lma Kmr iweii. ii, ,m,h .,(. f.,.,n. .i..ii... i.. i. ..- i
.,.. pun ii. e.. nrnoio. win i ii,. i.,,, ... -,j ti.. . i
r.e in a lew u.ya to Climb Jit 111. tUlntltr waa that the e.m.,tlon I..
r.J Iitirarctj, manager of lb" We.1- applied only to the beada of faunlira.
ro I'nion Tplrgraph I'ompny'a halein Tl.t law a.) that the wagea of a er
oiTin. vi.ltrd bla family In Ihla city Hun- aortal debtor ait eiemiil from attach
drt meiit, garuiabmeiil or eiecutiou when It
. W. Cliurch returned from Seattle
Kumlay, whera he baa bn for two
inoi.il. i t ,dlng hidney Mmyth on a
toimlcli al roatrarl.
A. II. Manlry, of I'ortlam,', aorretary
an I tm.lneM manager of Ihe Taclrio
l.at Al.tr.ri, OuaraiilyA Truat Co.,
a In loan Monday,
ii. I. daireit, of Needy, w.a In town
faiurd.y.vn lout t0 1'ortland lo meet
Mra. (iarrelt, who baa hen vUliuig her
trotl.rr in Waiiaburg, Waah.
ItU MiUugblin left laat Thura.lay
m ma home In Fort Hill, Id.ho. lie
(he u...t of Father Hiilebrand for a
I " il). previoualo bit departure.
. lilltNirt JU-atlle, who grxluatml
'"'in tba Unlverelly ol Oregon la.t
month baa been appointed In.truclor In
me i.ogena High acbool at a aalary of
I K) per month.
'aa that the Wagea are neceeeary for
tha u of a lamlly, upMirted wholly or
In pari by the wagea of the debtor.
Judge MoAnuliy, after Uklug the caae
under advln-ii.fi. i, foiiud fur the defend
klDNAITFI) II LK KIUMLSOS.
Mra. Thowat Law Arreted on Cum
plaint ef A. X. Itc lace.
A warrant waa l.atied In the junllct
court Monday afternoon for Hit arreat of
Mra. Tlionma Ijiaa on the charge of kid
napping her V year-old grandson. A,
M. lAvvlare, of laiuaactia, the boy'a
maiernal grandfather, who bad charge
of the boy during lb" abaence of bit
mother In Kueelaud, II. C.
About ten year ago John Lawa, of
Oregon City and Lillian Ijovelaco were
m.rriM.I Ait, I f. in r VM.ra I. Imp wmim ill
"Miian ie, recor.ier or Hi town or ,., i u. i... i,.i., ,.ni..,l ii..
""'y. aa In Oregon Cllr halurday ru.to.ly of the child, and when aha weut
- . MTria ti.ai work on Km now cliy to UoUnd ah loft her aon In her fa
l'll h. a commenced. Th building will tl'a care.
II liu nt.t.t It... I . ... 1 .1-. .1.. rv-,.
............ ,,n, , , . air, lAiveiace aaya mat mra, iiiomaa
M". Kmma Jobnaon.Mlaa I'.tl.nl John- I.awa dealrtvl to hava her grandHon viall
"n. Mra. A. I Coo in vail ami children, her over lb Fourth of July and her w
Mra. F. W, Kettleinler, Mra. M. K. ieat waa granted, and Lovelaco atatel
A "!. and Mra. M. A. Wrlubt and aon. tha bov waa aunt lo bla father In Califor
II ol Worxlburn, are camping at Ulad nla, without the consent of the lawlul
tone Tark. gtmrdlnna. The boy'a mother arrived
Mra. J. Ii. liublnaon and two children 'r" Bntlah Columbia Saturday evening
I S.rtii.1,,.,,1,, f.i ..i.i . .li. ..i, to nav a vlalt to her ion and waa crieved
. . . I & . I . . I I. I. -.1 -
to iearn oi ma uinappuaraiice.
Countublo Moody arreeted Mra. Thoa.
I.awa Tuesday iiiuruing and alio waa ro-
luaaod on bur own recognlannve. The
bearing baa beun aut for Saturday.
Horn Ui tl.a wife of K. A. LelghUw,
n; to lb w fa of W. C. Tl.om... V'.ll.
Mew, a daughter ; lo lb wit of 0. li.
riillhpa, l'arkplai, a daughter.
"WhaiJame Wblicomb Itlley la to
lb" llooiler dialect, I'olk Miller I to
the negro dialect ; both perfect In their
line "-Hon. C. V. McKiroy, Howling
"Ther la a liv 'nigger' bidden aorn"
wbere In I'olk Miller' banjo, and you
look for blin to Jump out and go to dene- j
Ing when M.llrr atrikea a e ring." Jol
Hlial Miall Yit Have For Heiarrtl
Tbla qneatlon ariaea In the family v
ryday. Il u anawer it to day. Try
Jell 0, a delh loua and healthful de.aert
I'rep.red In two minuiea, N'olxdling'
no baking) aim ply add boiling water and
ant lo cool. Flavor: Lemon, Orange'
Kaapberry arid Hirawberrv. Oet a pack
K at your grrx era lo-dar. 10 ct.
I'olk Miller 1 the beat delineator ol
the old Pouthern 'lantatlon Negro thai
baa ever appeared on th public Hage
and In bla deacriptlon of bla "boyhood'
happy daya down on the farm," be In'
Irodiicea the uxM alde-apilttfrig etorlea
and reprrxlucea in a realiatli: manner,
lhoeold plantation melolic, arcoinpe
nleil by the banjo, and give the verj
opportunity of bearing the pnn
negro dialect from one who know it
not from atudy nor from reading It, bn
from having ben lo contact with tba
race all bla life.
Flowera, rlbbont, fancy chllTon at a
great eacrlflce. Mia Goldamltb.
At the New Fra camp ground on Hun
ly the I4ih in carrying out the pub
liahed program for that day, Mr.
Ch rlei Anderaon will occupy the plat
form at 2 o'clock p. in. and Hev. I'. C.
Milli and other ai arranged by the com
mittee. (jo. Lazellk,
I'ortland-Oregon CHy bl Sir. Leone
leavea UaA of Flghth Hi. at 7 and 10 a. in.
and 1 M and 4 :30 p. m. Ieavea Port
land at 8 :30 and 11:30 a. m. and 3:00
and 6:15 p. in. Honnd trip 25 centa.
Take the Iona if you want a good co.o
fort able ride. The run la made either
ay in one hour and fifteen minutea.
THE COST OF
U covered by its purchase price. Vou don't have to keep
feeding dollan into the repairman' till to keep your
wheel in a aatiifactory condition.
are ti "wheela that aland op." Tho new
BodeIa will intereat you. Call and aee them. ' .
HUNTLEY'S BOOK STORE
Agent for Columbia, Orient, Hartford and Vedettea
price from $3$ to f 75.
to get it filed. What?
Jobnaon k Lamb. Main
We carry the largest atock Caak
eta, Collin, and Lininga in Clack-
am a county.
We are the only undertaker in
Clackama county owning a
bearae and will funmh it for lea
than can be bad elaewhere.
We are under atnall eipeoae and
do not aak large profit.
Call, promptly attended night or
fhoae. 47 aad SOS.
x r. ' w v a s
III mI IJJJH- .AM -t. J . '1
R. L. HOLMAN
Tf 5 Boon Scull jf Cocrt Heme.
Tl.t Willamette 1'ulp A Taper Co'a.
baaeUll learn defeated Ihe employe of
Ihe Ain.wortb dock laat Sunday after
noon at Willamette Falla field. The
t-or w a 10 to 2.
u.. . . ' - a"
i)'iy and are gucata of Mra. F. I.
Cochrane, fhey will leavo in a few
uy lor Seaaide where they will upend
Minn I)uNy MoAnulty roturnnd luat
"Imraday from Garfield whore he bat
J11" cIonmI a iiicccnaful tbroo montba
wriiiof acbool, She exr'l" to npeml
M' atimtuer with ber parenta, Judge and
r. nlcAntilty In tbla city.
Mini Mary llird and MIhh CJrace Now-
They are Bulling off thuii second band
bicyclua at any price they can, get at
Iluutley'a Hook store. Mr. Huntley
says that every 0110 mum go ooiore
Atiguatlat aa be tieods the room, A
''H, of McMlnnvlllo. am attn.ollno tl.a good looking wheel was aold yoatorday
n. - : .
"utaii(tiii Assembly at Ciladatone for 0.00.
M ... . .
4 licv nave mini rnl.irnnil irnm a
"Ip to Sun Fraricl.cn whnrn llinv at.
'endud the Kpworth Iaguo convention.
Mr. and Mrs. William It. ClrlfDtlm, aa
nmpsnlu, by tholr dmigbter, Miss (ur-
trilil. f-l.n,, . .
-riiiuiiB, nave returned iroin a
ll! to Cams, whore thnv wma the.
All members of Mendo Tost, No. 2, are
invited to attend a reception 8lvn by
Meade Holluf oorps. No. 18, to tbeii
newly cluctod department olllcers on
Monday evonlng, June 15th, at Willam
ette ball. Summer IW No. 12 and
tof Mrs. R. W. Grlintbs. Thoy Snmmor Rollof corps will be present and
rusidu In Oregon City for the present. a pleasant time la expected.
Ilrglnnlng Thursday, the Chemawa
and Vancouver team, which a- now
lied, will play (or tbe beat two out of
three g.mea to decide who are tbe
champions al Cl.aiitauUa,
Monday allernoon the Standard Flour
log mills bolldlng at Milweukie, which
bai stood tor nearly 50 year, collapMtd
and fell Into the water with a loud craab,
but ha not ytl floated away.
Ir. Moor baa in. tailed a aoda fount
ain lo bla drug store on th bill and ice
cream axla la served daily. It I no
longer neceeeary for bill residents to
corn down town for cooling drinks.
Charles F. Haya baa filed a conteel
again.t J timber clalma located on landa I
moally In Waahlugion and Tillamook j
count lea. He allege fraud. Over 100 1
have been filed in the land oillcethei
When, In tbe cotirae of human events,
il Utcouiee necea.ary lo buy a new auit
of clothe, patronise home Industry by
going to Joe Knowland, who will give
you a tiiftH-t fit. Shop on Seventh
atreet, near depot.
Wacheno Trilw, No. 13, Improve! Or
der of Ked Men and Court Kobln Hood,
F'oreatera of America, will do battle on
the diamond at Willamette Falla field
Sunday, July 2H. Tbe loners will pay
for a banquet after Ihe game.
Jj. Caato, atate district deputy of the
Patrons of Huabsndry, Instituled a
grange at Clackamas Station thia week.
. . .
ew granges have been organised at
Maple I.ne and Currinsvllle, This
makes 13 granges in Ihe county.
Mr. Mary Spruif died last Wednes-
day at the home of ber daughter, Mrs.
Hurnes, st Wright's Springs, aged 83
years and 0 months. The funeral was
held the following day and th inter
ment was In the Oregon City cemetery.
It is with pleasurable surprise that
the Hflple look on the line of new wheels
that Johnson A Lamb have for rent. As
rule bicycles offered for rent are
allowed to deteriorate, but this firm has
brsnd new wheels for the convenience of
ChrlHtian Science services sre held In
Willamette ball every Sunday morning
at eleven o'clock. Subject for Sunday,
July 14, "Life." Sunday School at
twelve o'clock. Wednesday evening
meeting at eight o'clock! To these ser
vices all are welcome.
60 feet V track. 50 (pet uaitraik.SV
rollera and chair. 6 flat roller, and
th. Ira, 32 feet rax k iron, 1 rack pinion
I 48 Itx It saw, ho point.
All the above euitahle for a light saw
mill. Call on or addrea J. H. Yoder,
f eeoy, urpgt n .
F.rm for Kale.
Nine milea aouih of Oregon City, IV
mile e of Can by and lbr miles
south of New Era, containing 100 acree.
l5 clear plowed land, 80 upland and 80
good timothy land ; none la overflowing,
nine acre in orchard in different variety
of fruit, all fenced and rroe fenced,
two good well, and good water. Good
boilitinga, I4 mile fiom acbool bouse,
tlood 'ocat ion and good roads.
I'rlce 40 Per acre. For particular,
addrea John Hchindler, Canby, or in
quire on farm, Canby, Oregon. 1
:i Fry's Squirrel Poison
Kill the squirrels quick and saves the grain. A.k for Fry's and use il now,
Price 25 cents For sale by druggist and general merchant
Prepared only by OANlEL J. FRY, the Manufacturing
Pharmacist, Salem, Or.
Fry's Squirrel Poison is the greatest dertroyer of mice on erth Put up in
boxe containing enough to kill joo mice Price 1 0 cents.
Danger, Disesse and death follow new-
led of the bowels. Use DeWitl'a Little
Early Riser to regulate them and you
will add year to your life and life to
your years. Easy to take, never gripe.
Geo. A. Harding.
Kyi fit ted while yoo wait.
Si Lamb. Main street.
BaanOa yf lUt Ltd KM Han tsart lij
See Us Grow. Develorement is the sign 'of to-day, and
we are in line with plenty of reasons for development. Stock,
Prices, Methods, all pointtothe cause for our prosperity.
mi'i W 1. .L 1 i o
muu ! j uu Miare in ine goou inings:
There's a good deal doing
in our carpet department this
week, and some of the doings
, will undoubtedly interest you.
I There is no reason why you
shouldn't have that new carpet
now; the good to suit you are
here and your credit is good.
Highest Grade Moquette,
per yard, $t 35
Heaviest All Wool Ingrain, per yard, 85c
The Climax Machine
Stands out among sewing
machines in the market as
the embodiment of the most
advanced achievements in
Its users are its best
Msy we tell you some
thing else besides the price?
You Can Have Them.
rreuy wnnaows are possible if you
supply pretty curtains, snd we hsve
a stock to insure jour getting good
ones. 'Here are curtains of light,
filmy lace in exquisite patterns, which
will add much to the beauty of the
room, while representing a very mod
erate outlay of money.
Souie are prettily edged others
For the Baby.
When you buy one of these csrts
for tbe baby you do a favor to the
whole family. It is useless to look
beyond this stock . You will find
these durable, attractive, and com
fortable. They are easy to push
and easy for the child as well as
easy for the parent who does the
Price $2 30 to $25 00
Archie Young, the 14 year-old aon of
W. II. Young, la still In a serious condi
tion from the the result of being thrown
from a horse last week. The animal
full on him and It la feared the left leg is
Injured. Blood poison baa set in and
tbe situation is very grave.
Tho soliciting committee of the Y. M.
C. A. have been successful bayond tholr
expectations and less than $30(1 of the
$2,500 nocessary to place the association
on a sound financial and working basis,
remains to be secured, The improve
ment of the building will soon be com
You can enjoy your meals better from hav
ing your knives with keen edges. You can
keep them keen if they are of good steel. Our
special knives are made for real service, and
have a peculiar quality that makes it easier to
keep them bright. You can have your knives
keen and clean if you buy these '
I i a$ per set
t sf 1 1 1 J! , ;,y;'.
Best Irish Linen
80c per yard
Nickel Plated Copper Tea
Kettle, $1 00
Salt Box ioc
Egg Beater, ioc
)i gallon Freezer