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OltrcaON CITY ENTERPRISE, FlilDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1901
! Personal Mention
ty)W jggii lrei)iiiviw'l'W
j, V. Miller wss In llmtlty Tuesday
j.-,r I.. kr, of Maflord, was In tin
All''r7 Hedge was In Wood-
V, 0, ll (kin alulnan Monday
William Hobeig In town Tueaday
Cl,iainliir Zywfl, of Nedy, wis In
V. A. Crlsell wa In (own TumkI
William bruit, ti Mirwood, a
AlCrotan, ol Wllboll, wa an Oigon
(;ity viilf Tuesday.
ty Winivi inula, A Lowell, Waah.,
aa In loan Hit we.
V. O. Chriamen, of Hllvr lk,
was In Hi c'ly Monday,
j, t, levld. a rpltllal ol ?iwbrg,
In il vhy Tudy.
J. II. Wilght, ol Collon, reglateredet
U K rtiflc Hotel Monday.
Attorney (). W, r'aatl.am In HaUm
llila Week Oil IrKsl bustll.
( )iu iilon, of I'or'.ltnd, tli
guri ol C. W, Uv Ud hund.y.
W. W. lkor and Tlima Iiaa, ol
Manpiaro. war In loan Tuesday.
Mim n MaytVId Iim Un ppoiul.
tJ teai br in li Timber (imt school.
UIm IJIhan Cimt will lrtli ll. corn
lug in in In PUiilcl . 2,t'iiig'a hl.
Mr. anil Mr, Andrew Johnson, ol
r Oregon thy visitor Tues
day. A. I'. Oliver, a real aii man ol Nw
berg, In lit cliy Monday on a bual
Ml K.iUI Thompson, of Portland, was
vniiing frUml ami ilatlr In Orrg- o
fltjr till Week.
.. It Maroistn.of Marotam, returned
TurxUy nUhl Irom a law we k' trip In
Tl Mt lUitin, of Canhy, airWrd
Tueaday lo vlaii tlilf slater, Mr. J. 1..
Waldran, of Kiy. '
('ltlu K. 8. KwrJs, United Wat
lti.lor U bull, wss 0(i from Cortland
00 bulnc Tuesday .
Holwrt Chsmber haa parch! a
Uibcr ahop In Portland, aud uiuvd
tbei with hi fatuity.
!r. Hamilton MeU, head phvsicien
01 tha Modern Woudwen ol A merit,
wa In tti city Monday.
Mr. lavl and family, of Weal Oregon
City, lv In a low dayi fur a lo
nionllia' visit in lUliUu Coltimt.la.
J. U. IWgl, a aomriliii nrr
man J Oirgon City, f lirenrUttrd
lo Hi thy tooncil ol Kvtt'liii'an, Alka.
lie. V. t. (irlm, ho al'andwl lh
Motliodia rvnfvrmc at llillalioro, t
turned lioin Monday flight "h
wif and aoo.
Mr. C. If. Warihpn and family,
furmnr rvald.nl of Aahland, r on
Wihlnraday'a Ualn n roma lo Oron
City from Urrnada. Cat., to K-al.
Aihlai d Town Talk.
J.XMtph Lynch wnt lo Canhy Tuc.ly.
and from Ihtn h will o i lh couniry
on a idipaaanl ahwulng trig-. To bird
doga wrnl with Mm, and what on di;
dur not (mini lh olhr will.
Harding and Klb ltli) n, of the
1'nrtli.nd CHy A Oron Hallway. l-lt
Monday lof hlundan for a lew daya
lhaaant ihoollnii, aflrr which thr-y will
go lo tha mountain afut deer.
Una Norrla wa In town Turaday and
led for Kugcna the aama avimlng. If
waa a mnuWr of Company A, Fourth
ll.-glmfnt, 0. N. ., whUh raptured the
100 Ural pi laa for the company rornpw
tllloo drill In r xii-ndml ordr movrmrnli'.
Col. Hobi-rt A. Milhr and Mm. MiHrr
relumed Sunday from a viml of m-vmal
daya at the State Fair. Their nrphrwa,
I.vwl Urlfhlh nd Fiigene McMahan,
accompanied them home ami will vinlt
at their reildonco In llladatona for atKiui
a w vuk.
K. L. Ilolman, accompanied by Ka-
corder Tom 1'. Handall, left Monday for
Molalla for ft week'a pheaiunt nhootlng.
During hlh ahmince K. K. Taylor will
have i hargo of the undi rlakinK hUHineiui
and F. A. Mile occupum (vtr. Tuylor'a
phico in the cigar (tore.
F. II. Kmklne and J. ' If. Kruklnn, of
Independence, fl. S. Itinkiham, of Huh
bid, Karl Haworth, of Neah-r,i. Fred
N. Stiiinp, of Ralein, Mine Downing, of
Hlallurd. Mr. Jake Wolfer and Mm. S.
HolKlioiiBcr, of Needy, reentered at the
Klii trio Hotel hint Friday.
I'uul Delanoy, for a xhorl time on the
(Won Cilv heat of the Kvenlng Telo-
gram, and later a city reporter, has
taken a position on the 1'ac.iflu Journal
at Ilwiico, Waah. Mr. Imhiney la a
btlKht, verntilo man, and will do much
to enliven tho columns of tho Journal.
Charles VVrlKht, of the firm of Monro
A Wright, and one of the best aliotgun
niarkHinun n Clackamas county, depart
ed Monday morning for Ilrownnvllle to
bo absent two weeks, taking with Itlm
bis fine bird do and 000 shell". I-ant
soaBon be was credited with killing 18-1
W, A, Weddlu, of Htafr-ird, was In the1
Ill.l.ardaarrelt,i,fN.ely, ws,lu lhlk
Frd It. lUknr was In town from Hiaf. 1
ford laid Friday,
I'r. J.J. Uali, of Molalla. wi In
lh rlly Wvdni-aday,
John liulilmr, of Kahnon, was In Ore
gon City la.t Friday.
Fr I Covy and family hav movd
from (iladalon to Harlow.
Mr. John Sl.nlla relumed lait Friday
(ro.ii a vlall lo lh Mai Fair.
Mlaa lni Ariimtroiig, of Harlow, I
vUiilng relative In this rlly,
W, W, II. Sarnnon returnad Sunday
from a aek at lh Kut Fair,
A hail loipg, of Monitor, ni In Oi
gon City laal Friday on bumiieaa.
lh luy I'uMiy Irll WednKlay evinir.g
on a hoaineM tup lo Hn Franehco.
Mia Lilly Hayaard ol this illy ha
Imen ull lck with malarial (over.
Al ljny, a lending fruitgrower of
bprlngwater, was In lh city Friday.
Wall-r William., of Ilwacn, Warh.,
vUiti-d Irieiida In Oregon City SumUy.
Waller Johnaon reluriied Saturday
morning Iruui a survrying trip In Malm.
Mr. W, It, Wiggins and daughter, of
H.uald, ar vUiilng relatives in ibis
J. It. Marih I taking an tiaminalioii
f r a (Htrmit lo lcii in (Uk (irov
Mis Farmer and danghUr, Mrs. K
Oiria, of Portland, vltllad
Hany Kll"g ami family and Ml
Annie Virhart returned Sunday from
lh Slat fair.
O. II. Young leave Monday for I'at
it) Oregnn, having dipafd ol his bul-
liea In Ihla il'y.
Ml(lrr Milter, a leather of Ihl
city rommeni-rd a term ol -huil al
Henry Kleli (iiiith, lh NaM hy of
C'aikea, In town laal Friday, ccm
pinied by hi frill.
Forlir I'ratl and Joho Leathwal!
nl lo Salem Saturday afternoon and
piil lh (olloaing day there.
M. K. Ham, a mining man ol Sumpler,
and formerly proprietor itf lh Oiegon
City i'raa. w In town Friday.
J. U. Campll, W. It. Igus.C. A.
Miller and Mr. and Vr. J. W. M flatt
sptnl Saturday at tU Stat Fair.
Mr. and Mr. K. J. MiKittiltk have
moved lo Willamette Falla, where they
will U al Iidiii to their many (rlend.
Mr. John Sullivan and lUr, Mi
Kate, of rorlland vUiled I heir (later,
Mr. Herman lua.ol Ihl city Sundar.
Mia Annie Harrington, of Seattle, U
vl ting Ilecorder and Mr. Curry, and
nit probably remain during the winter.
George I.iell and family and Mia
Alvena Horn hv returned (rom the
Stat lair. They rpri an enjoyable
J. F. Miller, wlmrecenily moved horn
this city to r5oipooe, wa in town
visiting his staler, Mr. M. K. Harlow,
during th aat week.
Mr. &! L. Wood, Mr A. H. Ore-
ham. Mi Nellie Umbert and Mt
Grace I.amtrt, of I'ortland, were lu
Ou'gou City Uat Friday.
Mra. Ad lUmel.of Seattle, UlhegurHt
of Mr. Weldon M. Shank. They are old
frlendt and were broug'it up together
but hav not met (or 12 year.
V. Dedman. ol Clackamaa, who wa
the ellhlent deputy recorder for several
year, is acting recorder during Mr.
Uandair bence on a vacation.
I. rrlndle and wile, who have !cen
vlerttiig In Olympl lor the pst lour
moiiihH, relumed home Saturday, and
w,ll remain In Oregon City ihl winter.
Sldnev Smith, formerly of Oregon City,
went through Oregon City Monday, u-
...en ed bv a i-artv ol Seattle trlemia,
hound lor the Molalla country to shoot
County Judge Thomas F. Kyan, Hon.
. H. Moore and family, Charles Al
bright, L. L. l'orler, Stoney augnn,
k Caulleld. II. H. ltamaby and
Chtiun cey Kumnhy took in the sigl ts at
the Slate Fair lent Friday.
Mr. J. W. Urav. who left Oregon
City September 4, to join her hunband,
ho has been In AUeaa since issi
arrived at Dawson September 17.
In a letter to hor father she speak oi
meeting Mrs. Clarence l'orter of this city.
Mrs. John Holh and daughter, Miss
Anna Koth, ol Canhy, came down on
w,innadav moriilmi' train. Miss Hoth
recently returned from the rhlllpplnes,
wlifie she had a position as trained
nnrso in the government employ. for
the past two years. She spent a part ol
the time In the government hospital in
Manila, and on the hospital ship
"Solace" on tho sea, and was in China
during the war with the Boxers. Miss
Kotli was given a tlireo-month's leave of
absence In which time sho made a trip
to India. Mrs. Roth has two sons In
tho United States Army In the l'hlllp
pines. Bw filed, key lilting n look work.
Juhiiaoii & Lamb,
Money to loan on good terms, at six
por cont Interest.
0. 0, T. Williams,
Oillco, Barclay building.
School Hooks st Charman A Co.
Albright A Logos hav piano ticket.
Charman A Co, Kxchange School
School hook exchanged at Moor'
liny your School Hixk at Cl arman A
Co., I he Cut I'rir DrugtfUt.
iVncll. TableU and Kuler. with
Si hool Hook, at Charman A Co.
Do not forget id r-oclal at Congrrga
lional rlmrch this Friday evening.
Tli Hull Creek fair open at Mar
qusin today and cloe tomorrow.
Kuhterlher desiring to pay (heir sub
scription in aofxl should do so now,
'.iMo I00 lo loan on chattel or per
onal security. D!mh k A F.aathain, sgt.
A. W, Hloiint I ronatrnctlng a new
realdeiiee on hi' property at (Jladaton.
I'liibrellat repalrad anil r-ord,
alM liulll la oVlr. iuhnaun I.amb,
Horn, to Mr and Mr. N'elaon McKil
bean, on Sunday, Kept. 2U, a ) pound
Buy your meat atAlbtlghtA Logus'
meat market snd aecurw vote lor the
f 1'ifl piano.
Ten rent in merthamlU) glve'n with
ilrr, Mrs. S ery ilano vot punhaaed at Moore'i
lilunda In Ihe'iiUrnurv.
The interior of Col' saloon it being
repsprred snd when finished will pro
nt a haiidMime aparanc.
Bring your old school books to M jora'
I'lurmacy, Oregon City. Will exchange
any a, hool aopplirs for them.
Tim next SuiVUy ftenio-iii meeting at
he Y. SI C. A. will ha in the form of a
Bible study rally. AH men welcome.
Di ) U want to tMi)uur dwlnthe
IVI l.i o? Alhright A lgu( Issue
0 i vote with every 25 cent purchase.
Tli Kev. Mr. Armilil who promised to
irea.h tt I'ark place next fionday I
obliged lo chang hi app-iintment lo
a week later.
The Acme, oppoalt F.nterprUe office ,
maoulactures lrh candy daily. Fruit,
clgaiiand tohaTO. Soda fountain. New,
clean and appet sing. .
Kev J. II. Smith, of Portland, will
occupy the pulpit of the Fvahgelical
church Sunday morning and evening, In
Ihlacl'y and Sunday afternoon at Ceru.
1(. W. Bonn a aold hi 40-arre farm al
Damaacu lo Frank Beach Wednesday.
Mr. Beacli will lake poeaion at once
and will make many Improvement soon.
On Monday evening, Oct. 7, th Grand
ooening of lh night colleg at the Y.
M. C. A. will lake place. A special pro
grim will lie rendered. The public 1
Fall suitings are coming in and the
man who wsnt an up-to-date suit in
color, cloth and style should goto J.
Know land, the leading tailor, located
Seventh street, near depot. Samples
cheerfully shown. Trices reasonable.
Ammunition of afary detrrlptlon.
Sheila liia.Uit to ordar. New ahoi (una.
Old gun repalrd. Now alvek of air
rlflea, BOO ahota. wing machine and
blejrclra repaired. Tho placo to fet It
Hied. Johnaon I.arab. All work
A marriage license was issued Wednes
day to Kilty rVka, 17, and Charlea
Nass. 21. Tho bride was under sgn and
had not secured the ermision ol her
parents, which the law requires. "Ther
wss mounting in hoi haste" and a rapid
drive wss made to Clackamas where tho
nerexaary formalities were complied
with. Miss Barks Is the daughter of W.
and Iiuliella Barks. Miss May Yonmn
snd Mins CI ira Johnston wltnesed the
The following teacher have been ap
pointed 111 Clark una county: J. B.
Marsh, district No. 03, Oik Grove J Miss
PiilpMns. Haalnel, principal CnrrlnsvlUe
school; Ms Zona May Held, Elwood
school; J. W. Fiaher, principal of Clack
amas school ; Lillian F. Oans, of Oswe-
ifo, lo Palmi's school ; Alex Thomson, of
Clack ma, flood View school; Miss
Alice M. Hhannon, of Oanemah, Union
Nfills school, Miss Emma Hoi, Butte-
villo ; A. J. Mishlor, principal Aurora
Do you sufTur from pihs T If so do not
turn to surgery for relief. PeWitt'a Witch
lintel Salve will act more quickly, surely
and safely, saving you the expense and
danger of an operation. Geo. Harding.
Five Dollars Reward.
Dr. M. 0. Strickland will pay a reward
of 5 for tho return or information load-
lug lo tho recovery of hi valuable foxj
terrier mid. No Questions asked. I
Strayed from bis residence about noon, '
Sunday, September 29,
A snap 80 acres, 4.1 m'los from Ore
gon City, 30 in cultivation, buildings and
and orchard. Piico, flu per acre"
C. 0 T. Williams,
Office, Barclay building.
As my wife, A. A. Lofatedt, haB loft
my bod and board, I will not bo respon
Bible for any debt contracted by her.
Molalla, Sopt. 4, 1901. A. W. Lofstedt.
(ka ak 4 1
Low priced goods are not always bargains. An article may be too
cheap to bo servlcable; then it Isjexpenslve at any price. Trash never
comes Into this store. Quality is In every article quality that we stand
back of, with our guarantee of money back if goods are not exactly
All our large stock of Bicycle Sundries,
Tires. Lamps, Tump, Saddles, Handle Bars,
Cyclometers, 1'cdats, Toe Clips. Bells,
Chain Uruahes-everything now in stock
we offer whil it lasts at '4 to 't of regular
wices. These few items will give you an
idea of the cut:
Tires l.5 Toe Clip nc
Inner Tubes.... 6oc Tire Tape ... a for 5c
tamps 60c Iklls 10c
font Bump..., auc Handle Bars ... 75c
Chain Brusbe..., 25c
Silkdown Photo Cloth
Illue I'rinls made on Silkdown Photo
Cloth may be washed and ironed, and never
fade; can be toned to other color months
after they hav been printed. It make
beautiful sofa pillow, table and mantle
scarfs, bsnncrs. book marks, etc. Silkdown
is put up in scaled tubes, 'A yd. cloth and
I package toning solution, all for 50c.
Simple to us- as blue print.
The Men's Club of the Cor gr. gs'ional
church is negotiating for a series of puV
lie entertainment, for the season, besides
their ax-lal sappers. Aramg-the talent
that rati be secured lor ihia plaoa are
such ell known platform entertdnem
aa "The Ram' Horn Man," Mra.
Helen Proctor snd Ml-a Will Allen
Dromgoole. These with an entertain
ment by h'.'Uie talent would insk a very
desirable course II sufficient encou
ragement U given by the thur. li and it
friend the Young Men's Club In the
near future will clou a contract for this
array of talent
Portland Oregon City boat 61. Leon a
leave foot of F.ighih 6t. al 7 and 11am.
and 3:0) p. m I .eaves Portland
at 0.00 a. m. and 1:00 and 6:0) p. in.
Take the Leona if you waut a good co...
fortaU rid. Th run i mad either
syinone hour and fifteen tnltutea.
Uound trip 25 cents.
FRANK BUSCH, The Housefurnisher.
Cy Demands on Tour Pocket Book.
r jr r
g I as it will. We help you to get full value
I I Never a dollar is placed with us but that
We bve bright paper de
signed by some of the first art
ists, and the flowers and foliage
look very real.
These are most beautiful spec
imen of the paper decorator'a
art and skill, and we advise an
early look at them.
Look at the Carpet
stock iu this wonderful carpet
store and you will not have any
inclination to look elsewhere.
You can do best in buying here
best in quality, coloring, in
pattern, and price for instance.
Highest trade Wilton Velvet
per yard 1.25 down to 25c per
Onr regular factory shipment of umbrellas has arrived.
It's twics is large as last year's. Last year's shipment
was nearly twice that of the year before. That's the
way our umbrella busine has been increasing each
year. Highest quality goods only, better prices and an
honest guarantee is doing the business. Buying of the
factory, we get new, fresh good only, latest styles only;
.we get IS Pr cet better prices and we get the factory
guarantee back of ns. We never sell an umbrella that,
we can't guarantee, whatever the price; and our guar
antee means a new Umbrella or money back.
We offer a strong, serviceable lady's or gentleman's
umbrella, paragon frame, steel rod, natural wood handle
in books and crooks, cover guaranteed not to fade or
crack for fijeo. Our $1.50 umbrella is the equal ol
many sold for 2.50. It baa brought ns an Immense
business and we want you to see it.
1'roui these prices we can give you your choice of
various fabrics and fancy handles op to 1 10.00.
You are doing your purse an injustice if you don't
compare our stock and price before buying an umbrella.
Rememember here is where quality counts.
Book Store, Oregon City.
ABw-r f iled -iO;imee Suit.
Hetge A Griffith and Bruce C.
Curry, A'torneya for Julius Burke, bsve
filed an answer to the complaint ol W.
H.Young, who institute! suit against
Burk for damage. On August 9 Burks
rented a team of the plaintiff and drove
lo Engle'a farm at Molalla and his fast
and furions driving killed one horse and
the other i ruined The answer denle
all of the allegations of the complaint,
winch was filed in the justice court by
George C Brownell, Livy Stipp and J
Harvest Home will be celebrated at
the Congregational t-harch next Sunday.
The sermon of the day will direct toinda
of woishipper along some familiar lines
in which God'a goodness ahioea. The
church will be decorated with the pro
duct oi the soil . , A strong chorus choir
will greatly add lo lb interest of the
You have plenty of need for your cash, and
for a rebate check for every purchase you make-
Notice te Taxiajrri rd
Tro; e ty
Notice is hereby given lint the Board
of Equalization of the County of Clacks-
mas, State of Oregon, will for the week
beginning Mondsy, October 14, 1901, be
in attendance at the office of the county
cferk, inssid county and state, for the
purpose of publicly exsmining ti e as
cssment roll of laid i-onnty for (lie year
l'.Ol, and correcting of all error in valu
ation, description or qualities ol lands,
lots or other property. It ia the duty of
all persons interested to appear at the
time and plsce herein mentioned, and
call the attention of laid bo id to any
error in aseeswiuent, or property not aa
eased, so that the same may be c4
rected in the manner provide 1 by law.
Please call early in the week.
Assessor of Clackamas County.
you ought to make it go as far
ironi wnat you nave to epena.
you get full value in return.
On the Ru
subject we are away ahead
ahead in variety and quality,
and everything but price. The
price is where you will be ahead.
This rug show of ours is a
regular art exhibition; won't
you inspect it ?
We sell the
head machine and
give prices on
We invite you to inspect our full
stock of Cook Stoves, Ranges