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Oregon City Enterprise.
VOL. 37. NO. 2
OREGON CITY, OREGON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1901.
ATTORNEY JaT LAW,
Oiaeoa ' Oaeuoa.
Will trn1n In alltheiiurtaellliilile. 01
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ATTOKNKY AT UW
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IUt Ml. la loon al f ft
The Onlr Firit-ClMS
Hotel in town.
-Rata $ I a day and upwards.
JAtOM CANNKL, Ffoprllr.
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COUNHF.Ji)KH AT UW
maim irsiir umuo city, iuo.
farnlih Abiirtri nl Till. l,oB Muf . f "f-1
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lor Cotighi, Cold, IWondi t , lloareeneai, Iltltki-
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WILL HE HELD
Content For Mayor ha Narrowed
Down to Two Candidate.
J. E. IIKDUES A.HD 0. It. DIMICK
(JKO. C. IIIUIWNKU..
ATTOltNF.Y AT LAW"
Oregon City. - Orrtn
Will .rrir In ll ll foiifl of Hit list. S
(iftlra In Caotleld bull'IHg. j fi
Utter Kij That the Graf ral Electric
Compny and ill Tnelr Friend
re Jgnlnut Him.
0. W. Kaitliam O. II. Di.nitk. k
DIMIC'K A KAST1IAM ,
We gtirmfea rub and every bottle) of ItcxI Line
Cough Cur to give rellel. Buy a bottle, and if yon
ire ni.t Milrld leiurn il U) ua and your money will
im tneeriuiiy reiumieij, ii
Charman & Co.
Cut Price Druqqists
Oregon City, Or.
Narrowed down to a cooteat between
two men, the fig-lit for Mayor of Oregon
City iudidn an interesting aapect. Tbe
latea ara practically made op and a con
vention liaa been caller for Haturday
evening at 8 o'clock in Willamette Hall.
Tlii convention will lie made np of the
eupporiera of Mayor Dimick and lie will
be nominated by acclamation. F. J.
Myeri will be the nominee for treasurer,
and for councilman in the fimt ward
Commercial, Itcal Ktat ami I'ro- rjrjrjxjrjrjrjr&jrjrjrjrjrjrjrjrjrjririrjFjrArjrjrjx
bate Law. rite I nil Hi. ,
AUlrarta of Title made, Money Loaned
Oregon City, Oren
OnVeover M Kuirl ' Hdue rliore. near
III lUnk ol Orroii C'ltjr.
J W.M. ANUI.TV
Jimtlce of the IVace.
Will attend locvllerllon and Mil rallaie.
(litre on Main Hirret,
Over JeykMiii, Ulryrl Hi o.,0.p. II unlle'
LIGHT AND WHITE BREAD
Cannot ! made with an inferior grade flour.
That in why Portland Flouring Mills Flour is almost
univernally used whertver it ia known. Ask your
gtocor for it. Mado by patent process.
Mr. Iiimick ia bitterly oppoeexl to mak
ing the railway matter a faclor of the
campaign and aaya that lliia la not the
iaue. He blainet the Portland General
Electric Company for the oppoeiiion
ayainat him and aaerla that the com
pany and all of id friendaare arrayed for
"Every man who ia connected witb
the electric company in any ahape or
form la uppcrting. the op(orition," laid
the Mayor yeeterJay. "They are down
on me and trying to beat me becauae of
the atand I took on the lighting qiieiition,
by which the coat of light waa reduced,
reaulting in a aaving to the city of $."00 a
year. We aarorlained the price that
other citiee of the alate were paying for
light and only aiked that the flgarea
aboa d be placed at a maximum. I worked
along wild the council in the matter.
The f'ortland General Electric Company
have no baaineti meddling witb the af
fair! of the city. They are tax contain
er a bat not tas-dietributora in tbe city
and their baeinee ia on the other aide of
the river and not within the corporation.
I d not intend to upend monev to be
elected and if the citizena want to tnrn
the city government over to tbe Portland
General they may do ao. Theoppoeition
candidate ia the local attorney of tbe
company. Personally I have nothing
against Mr. Hedgr, who it a atralghtfor-
city for falae Imprlaonment In anch a
manner aa to receive a compliment from
Jndge Bellinger, of the United Hlatei
Circuit Court. When the validity of the
railway franchise came np, member! of
Ihe eooncil who fought me at the laat
election turned down Mr, Dreaaer and
inputted biin by employing iper.iel coun-
ael witlioul aiking hia content.
"I have had no difference! with any of
the council beyond one matter. At one
meeting, while under the bead of the re
port of the committee on atreet and
public property, Councilman Koerner
moved that chief of police be inalructnd
to remove all of the alot machines within
24 houra. Tl.ii motion I ruled out of
order on acconnt of iU being under the
wrong head of buiineie.
"When elected laat year I promUed to
conduct the afftiri of the city in an
economical manner and thin promise I
have fulfilled. If I have made mintakei
they have been unintentional one. I
have alwayi tried to work barmonioualy
witb the council and bave do apoloiiiea
to make "
r. Parah Ana Celdrea.
Mn. Marah Ann Coldren, nee Rey
nolds who died at her home cn Elliott
Pr-irie, October 24. waa born in Fairfield
County, Ohio, July IS, 1833 ; moved witb
ber parenta to Lagrange County, Indi
ana in 1843, and there waa married to 0.
n. la nf Kuala. Q
Furntli aixUant ul lille, lend ynn money
and IihI your munty on tint nuirgage. ,
Office In Enterprise Building,
lirripin 1.117, i'rw;uu.
W. . D in 0. Btka.V.I
U'REN it SCHUEBEL
Attorney! at I,nw.
W ill practice in ! wiria. mail Culleclioni
JlpilKUT A- MILLER
ATTOKNKY AT LAW
Lrind Title nrul Und Offlco
W ill practice In all Courta of the State
Room 3, WrTnhar.l Uhlg.
opp. Court llouae, Oregon CIlV. Oregon
RKAL H8TATKAND INSIRANCK
H A f Arc conducive to coldi, which develop into con-
la II I 11 lumption. It U fooliah and unneceaaary to go about
with wet fret aud imperil your health when winter
prP ihoei and rubben are cbeip. See KKAl'SSE BROS.
" L " I alout it. They are the leaden aad their Hock of
winter footwear U large enough and good enough
"TiT to plr tbe mot faatidioui. Main itrect, two
ri.ii.i.i.'iTii door" north ot Po,0',r'ce
At Red Front, Court Uouie Block
Oregon City, Oregon
Q A. STl'AUT, M" D.
Omil In WiHainell lll.
Oregon t'Uy. Oregon
Office houn: 10 a m. lo I'i m., 1 lo I'. "
lilt 7 io it p. mi.
Special altenllnn paid to ItheiimalMmi anu
Call atuwi'ed day or night.
On Seventh Street,-
School Books, Tablets,
School Supplies of all Kinds.
It, FRANCIS FREEMAN,
Graduate of tbe Northwctern Unlver-
llv Dental Hchool, Cblrago.
Aleo American Collegeof Itental bnrgery,
Willamette Mock, Oregon CHy.
J)U. L. I- PICKENS,
Triced Moderate. All Operation!
Barclay Building Oregon City, Or.
-JANK orOHKOCN CtTT,
Oldest Buklu House In tie Cltr.
A .aneral banking bii.tno" iraniaoted.
UepoilH r(tlveif iubeol to oheek.
Approved bills and ooiei dlaonuiitid.
oAiintj and city warrauia bouiht.
Loana made on available aeourtty.
Kialianii bough I and ioM.
Oolleatloni made promptly.
Prtttimld ivallanla In 7lVJ7Jli
relearaphlfl aioliangei lold on Portland, Ban
rrauoUflo.rihloagoand New York.
Btireil paiJ on itml dipoitti.
mill COMMERCIAL BANK
OF OKKQON CITT
TlaHliOTI A OINIIAL BiHIINO inI M.
Lnani made. BI1U dUoounted. atakei I flol
leotiom. Buvi and lelli iiohanae on all Pol W
In tbe United Btatei, Europe and Hong Kong.
DepoilU received nibjeot to check. Hani
en (rom I a. m . to 4 r. u.
d. o. LATOctirra, 0MWtfl
OPPOSITE POST OITICE
Is selling at closer
figures than ever,
Thcie are a few1 of our
Dllk Hnlhd Cotton, all colura, 3 for lc
Hlile Cnmtie. 2 pair for Je
Celluloid lrr Ci'iiiU Jc
Aluminum Hair fin, p. d 3c
Tooth Hruhr 3c
Hlark 8llk Chnnlllla l.ai". r yard Bc
Ciram color Htlk Lac. H Invhea wide, per yard.... 23c
Torchon t-ai-e Iinlf cent per yard and upward
Krmnnnl of Knibmlderlr at remnant prlcea
Hlark LUI lilllc, per yanl .........2ftc
Ulnrk and colored Merlned Walat, latrt make..1.00
t'.rnulue lloya' and lilrl' heavy ribtl lllcycle
Half-wool l.aillea' KlblKd Nonahrlnkabla Vt
and Tent ""c
Col ton I-ncllr1 Rllilied Vent 20c
Children' Kllilied t'nderwear, le l to 1H 15c
' lira 2 to 34.... ...2.1c
I.adlr' tint hemitltched llandkcrchleni, 6 for 23c
Men' Cotton t'nderwear 2c and np
Men' Snlliie and Hlark hurk Ovemhlrt Oc
Men' Jeritey, heavy welnht Ovcrblrt,aII color 0c
HIS LIFE AND WORK 1
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Aa' by force
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t to go to'
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a big ht gobbler oa de roost
it behla' me, Sstaa I
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Sitaa. gk behla' mel
i dis chile am short, aa' roost am high,
' I'll oeed dat fat bird by aa' by,
boost me hard 'lore de tvrk doae fly
Push behla' me, Sataa!
EARLE HOOKER EATON.
Copyrlcht, 11)01. by Earl Booker Elton.
either W, II. Young or H. N. Templeton
will be named. No one baa yet been
elated for councilman in tbe aecond ward
by the Dlmick party and E. D. Story will
be re-nominated (or tbe third ward.
The ticket headed by Mayor Dimick
will be called the "Citizens' Ticket,"
and the name of the Hedges ticket will
be known as the "Non-rartisan," or
some similar name.
Mr. Hedges' supporters have been up
and doing the past week. His campaign
nianaKer is James F, Lovett, and among
his supporters areCouncilmen Albright,
Huntley, Sbehan, Zuiu wait,.. Recorder
Curry, Wallace Cole and County Judge
T. F. Ryan. The convention of tbe
Hedges party will be held Monday even
ing, and they will re-nominate Bruce
Zumwalt tor councilman in the first ward
and William Shehan in tbe second ward.
The third ward has not yet been deter
mined upon. John R. Humpbrys will
be the nominee for treasurer. Nominees
must file their acceptance by WednesJay
preceding the election, which will be
held on Monday, December 2.
The Hedges party are inclined to make
the issue of the election the granting ot
further privileges to the Portland City A
Oregon Railway Company. They allege
that the present mayor baa been very
weak on this question and has not been
active enouith In his opposition to tbe
company. They want a man who will
be aggressive and will come out strong
and flat-footed on tbe matter of granting
franchises and they further assert that
Mayor Dimick has not done this. i
ward and honest man and I tbiuk very
highly of him."
Mayor Dimick says that tbe isue of
granting frai cliibei to tbe P. C. A 0. R.
Co. is only a blind. "The Council had
never taken any action regarding the
railway other than testing the ordin
ances, until last meeting, wben an order
was made directing the chief of police to
arrest any motorman operating a car at
a greater speed than the city charter
"I believe Recorder Curry is supporting
Hedges becauoe he has aspirations for
tbe city attorneyship. I appointed Mr.
Dresser lst year because be i in all re
spects a competent and able lawyer.
He bandied the damage suit againBt the
L. Coldren, November 19, 1854. Moved
with her family to Kansas in 1809. aud
from there to Oregon in 1S79. Deceased
was held in high eteem by all who knew
ber. In early life she became a member
of the M. E. church, but after coming to
Oregon she affiliated with the Congrega
tional cbuich and has been one of its
moot efficient members ever since. A
husband and three children survive her:
L. A. Coldren, of Irv'.ng, Ore., C. R.
Coldren and Mrs. .VI. E. Blair, of Elliott
Pririe ; also one sister, Mrs. R' C.
Ramsby, of Silverton.
Funeral services were conducted by
Rev. J. M. Otck at the Congregational
church in Hubbard, after which inter
ment was made in Hubbard cemetery.
The United States Gov
ernment Report shows
Royal Baking Powder to
be stronger, purer and
better than any other.