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OREGON CITY ENTERPRISE, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22. 1901
Oregon City lintcrprisc
,nt wlio uitlt'tiinl conking, (lixxl
waui Call at sUireof
" I Skm.iko.
'ANTKIT HKNT, 20 to io
m-riM of K'l land conviwimil lo Orison
'ly, Aililrimi with Ixnin awl iiartlcii
Urn. io No. 7iiMrnon C'ltv.
""hauh wa.ntkd-u.kan corroN
ruga wantwl at tlii ollliw lor cleaning
"monkv to WAS ATlU'KH cknt
dm linprovixl lamia In Clackamas County
f(,r (rum two lo Inn yara. rcayalile ly
iii.llluii'lilit, If uValftM, Nocoi uiiilasloii.
For full particular ami application
(iriim apply MacMahtkn A IU'mmki.i.,
Won iiMi'f Work. I'orlUml, Oregon.
HKlxiKtt A OKI WITH, (nlftVes lit tha
Wrliihrl HiilNH'g.) iiavatliaoliulroal
, iy, mliurtiaii awl rutmlry rnirtjr (or
unry u lan el
lliuoiit A (JairriTii.
THE LOCAL NEWS.
TWitca'a Cum. -The Teacl.rr'a
Cluli, of tl' Iiilllu school of Cr-gn
City iih'I Monday Wnlng l Hit rl
li.mii of Mia Marjorie Caiiflnld. The
utijM't under dlM UMlon was "Turkey."
The club inta tvery two afeka on
Monday ''! I" maklh atndy of cor
CMKMrAiRMkNr Nitir Kamar. Tha
Junior Mot ility of Hap'iat church ar
arranging fr an nterUlnnient W lm
IjivKn on Krlly of imt wk, November
'.".. Thart IH ln a Klrreopilrau fnter
Uinuieul Illustrating tha place of Kgvpl
am) Canaan which hava becoiua familiar
io lli claaa in Hi study of lli Hondas
rnhool ItMMoiii during tha l few
ItllllHI NlAKtT C0MfLTlll). Con-
tra tr K. I. Old ha nearly fliilahed
I im roiiatriirtion of the pew county bridge
acroaa the Molalla, between Canby ami
Harluw and road III ha built to ah
approach. Cat U. Harlow baa deeded a
light of way through tne Harlow prop
rty fur a road. The new bridge la a cov
fro. I atrmttirft ami will l a (treat con
vnlenra lo the iopl of that section.
The Hoard of County Gomiiilaaiunore will
meet In a few dayito accept the work.
TiuNKauivtNU Hkvuk. A Thanii
giving anrvlce will be held at the Metho
dic church Thuraday morning at II
o'clock. Ilev. Mr llol'lnger will preach
(he wrinoii. The collection lhi year
will U taken for the bcni'tll of the Hood
Hamarltan Mom.llal. An ofT.irlng at the
jai'fvlia will U taken In money, hut a
, colled Inn of vegeUhlet, or other eaU
lahlfN, and clean rag or any thing that
can ha timid In the honltal will m taken,
Kev. Mr, Ifainaiond will preaent tha
clalim of the hoKpltal on the occaalon.
Hick in 'ohtum llomTri,. The
following nmldiuiU of CUckamai county
are III In I'ortland lionpliaU; Mim
Anna I'elera, from riar Harlow, Mim
IxiU Aldnrmin, near Oregon City; Mn.
It. Wallace, near Union Mill; (limUv
Hcliuorr, IVarli Mountain, near Wil
lamella Kail; Willie Inlander, Iteaver
Creek; Mr. 8m liernhard, Courtney;
Mr, Alhrlglit, near Claikaina ; llenja
iiiln Jaeger, Oregon City; Mr. Kdlth
Clmme, Oregon City, Tha flrat three
are at Hi, Vincent' and 'the laat fire at
Wood Samaritan Moltl,
Niw (Ji aMTH. A'Unia Hroa. have
removed to their new location In the
Woodmen of tha World building, and
the Ooldeu Itula I!az4r I now one of
tha bandaoimial and beat arranged
tore In the city. III worthy of com
ment that the progreaaive apirlt of thi
firm and lla trlghtforward dealing
wlili (he puhliii ha reaolted In auch a
Uady Increaae of buaiueaa that It ha
I wire leen nei-eaeary to more lo larger
quarter. The Oolden Hula Huzaar baa
tha coiiimunlty'a beat wlahet for con-tinue-l
and augmented auccr.
Naw Ciii'aiii Hux Dkiiicatkd.
.lon'a Kvaiitfi'lical Lutheran church de
Icated their new hell lent Kunav. Her
Vice in the Herman language were held
at 11 a. in. and In the Kngliah language
at 3 p. in. A large number of ople
were preaent at loth eervlcea, which
were conducted by tha paitor, Hey, K.
Meyer. Uev J. II. Leaa, of I'ortland,
paator of Ht. Jamea' corigieg4tlon, citoka
! at the afternoon errvlre and deli-gation
were preaent from Mackahurg, New Kra
and Came, Waah. The bell wa rani
Hunday for the llmt time.
Mail Pmulatio.n at I'.KAvaaCMicaK
The xiople of Iteaver Creek will dedicate
their new ball on Saturday evening,
NovrmW .10, with appropriate cere
monica. The ladle will give a upper
and there will lie a muaical program, be
tide aeveral ieeche. Senator George
C. Brownell will deliver an add rem be
fitting the occaaion. The new hall take
the place tf the hall which waa deetroyed
by Are laat apring and the fund for it
conatruction were raised by popular
auhacripiion. The rebuilding of the hall
reflect great credit on the public rpiril
of ha cilice n of Heaver Creek.
I'MoMISIKNT altatiokit to Comi.
Arrango'iient have hwn made whereby
the people of Oregon City will be priv
ileged to bear Mr. fUlT Captain Mc
A bee, of the Halvatlon Army. Mra, Mc
Ahee li oria of the moat talented women
In the Halvatlon Army, and one of the
few women who have been granted tha
lare privilege of (peaking from tha pul
pitofaome of the largeat l'rethyterlan
churchea In the United HlaUi on Hab
bath morning The theme upon which
aha will ftjHiak will he! "Tha Man in the
Ditch, or, Halvation Army Work in the
(Jreat Cltiea." The date will he an
nounced In thena column next week.
Imam Mm Caloiit. Two of the
three men woo eacaped from the limane
atylum Thuraday rn rnlng of laat
were caught Friday afternoon. Tha
new of their ec4e w given by the
aaylmn authoritie and Friday' afternoon
they ware een coining down tha rail
road track by K. T. Field, of the Hoiith
ern I'aclllc Company. He noil tied Htnr
ilT Cooke, who, with Malcolm McCown,
followed the men and overtook them at
Clackama and lodged them In the
county jail. The other Mian waa caught
at Woodburn. An aaylum attendant
came down Friday eveuing and took the
men U) Halem.
An event oi exceptional Intereet I the
future engagement at Bhively'a Opera
HoiiaeofA Wiae Woman," a muaical
comedy farce In 3 ai-U. It I aaid that
the liiatantaneotia hit the piece made ha
led to the cancellation of many one-night
atand In which U tti booked ao aa to
; enable the manager to ac:ept cmtracta
olfored In the larger citie. The engage
ment in tin city will be kept a Manager
! Hhlvely baa an iron-clad contract to that
F. H. WELSH,
Crystallzed Fruit Patties
Whole aale and Retail.
Opposite Enterprise Office.
W, W, ( HNIMI. D. O, C. P. LOVI, D. o.
DRS, CHRISTIE &. LOVG
Huceeaiiriilly treat all chronic diieaaea
hy mechanical manipulailon, Kudrtiit
given, liiaeaae of woman a ipeculiy,
Ksainliiatlon and eonaultatlon free.
Offle houra: M to 12 a. m. and 1 to 4 p. m.
Offlre. Kvunii 8 arnt 4, Htveni rildg.. opp. Bank
of Urrgoa City.
Oaiooa Citt, - - Oaaooa.
J" C. 8TKICKLAXD, M. D. ,
Ho.pltal and Private Eiptrlanca.J j
nrn nia proreMionei aervirea io ma po
pl ol Oreguii City and yirlnity. Hpeclal
attantion a. lo Catarrh and
t'lininlc illwa. Ut of refer
enrea given. (ltl In Wlllanietta
Building. Office hourt: 10 to 12a. in.,
4 to 8 p. m.
UK ROUS CITY OREGON
State or Ohio, Citt or Toi.rio.
Frank J. Cheney make an oath that
be I the eenior partner of the firm of F.
J. Cheney A Co., doing buaincua in the
City of Toledo, County and State afore
aald, ami that al I firm will pay the um
of ONE IlUNDItKI) DOLLARS for each
and every cane of Catarrh that cannot
lie cured by the ue of Haifa Catarruh
Cure. FHANK J, CHENEY,
Hworn to before me and aubacribed in
iny preeence, thi Cth day of December,
A. D. IsiKl.
A. W. (iLEAKON,
I auAL Notaryl'ublic.
Hall'a Catarrah Cure 1 taken inter
nally end act directly on the blood and
muroiia aurlacca of the yaUin. Bend
for testimonial, free.
F.J. CH EX E Y, A CO., Toledo, 0.
Bold by drugghtta, 75c.
Haifa Family I'illa are the U-et.
The Enterprise 11.50 per year
I not a quack nostrum but
Will destroy the microbe causing
dandruff, nourish and stimulate the
Use it and your hair will grow
rapidly, stop coming out and dandruff
Trice 50 cents at all druggists, also
lor sale by R. Prier, CauGcld Bldg.
Adams llros. Desire to Announce
The Removal of the
Golden Rule Bazaar
New Woodmen of the World Building
Where the entire first floor will be occupied.
The same methods under which this bus
iness has grown from a modest beginning
will be continued in the new store, namely,
fair and generous treatment of patrons,
and the best goods always at the lowest
This opportunity is taken of thanking
the public for the courtesies and patronage
extended the firm, which it is hoped will
be continued in the new store.
GOLDEN RULE BAZAAR
WANrKD-bEVEIUL PERSONS OK
character and good reputation In eacli alate
(one in thii comity required) to represent
and e'lvertine old established wealthy bum
lie hoiiMof solid financial standing 8al
ary U no weekly with expends additional,
all payable in cab each Wednesday direct
fnm Head ofllcea. Horse and carriages fur
nUbed whert necessary. References. En
close self addressed stamped envelop.
Manaer, 510 Canton Building, Chicago.
fej We carry the largest stock Cask
K eta, Coffins and Linings in Clack-
Bk " " "'J
Clackamas county owning a
5 hearse and will furnish it for less
than can be bad elsewhere.
We are under small expense and
Q do not ask large profits.
Calls promptly attended night or
Ci Phones 476 aad SOS.
R. L. HOLMAN
Twn TlntiM Sniitli of f nnrt TInTisf S
BURJJBISTHI? St fljMDES
The Oregon City Jeoielers
LOOK AT OUR
8-day Mantel Clocks half hour strike,
fittod with Alarm, only $4.00.
Fancy 8-day Clocks from $7.00 to $25.00.
Porcelain Clocks from $2.00 up.
Extra Quality Alarm Clocks $ 1 .00.
Rumomber, our guaranteo goes wtth
every Clock sola.
Tl;e Firsb ar)d Mo?t Worfcai)b Part
You may want a nice piece of Silverware
for tho table.
We have tho kind that wears and a
complote line of It, such as Knives,
Forks, Hpoons, Carving Sets, Cake
Baskets, Fruit Dishes, Baking Dishes,
Tea Sets, Butter Dishes, Bread Trays.
The new drop head, ball bearing White
is King of all Sewing Machines Price
no higher than that asked for inforior
Our drop head Queen Machine, guar
anteed for five years, with a complete
set of the latest attachments, for only
A few of the many advantages of the
New and elegant designs. Great care in
selecting material. Best quality reeds.
Improved stop action. Patent revolv
ing lock board. Soil at moderate
. prices, made possible by unequalled
facilities and enormous production.
Every organ warranted for five years.
Why not investigate?
Of Our Busipes? Is Sellii Wabclje
We have sold and repaired watches for many years and we know the goods
we sell can be relied upon, both for quality and style.
Our stock of Watches this Fall surpasses anything we have yet carried. It
consists of Solid Gold, Gold Filled, Silver and Nickel Cases, fitted with
Waltham and Elgin Movements, and in the cheaper grades we sell the
New.England Watch, a reliable American made time piece.
As far as price we can assure you, that we sell our goods as reasonable as any
house in Portland. And if you want to buy a large piece or expensive
article wo sell it on installment. It will be easy to pay a small amount in
cash when you purchase the article and pay the balance in weekly or
Eastman Kodaks and
Poco, Premo, Corona Cameras.
We give a special discount of 20 per cent, on all Kodaks.
Our Supplies are always fresh. Give us a trial.
If you have never used a Kodak or Camera, try a Brownie, it only costs
$1.00 and will make a perfect picture.
Solid Gold Spectacles and Eyeglasses
fitted with first quality lenses from
$4.00 to $6.00.
Gold Filled Spectacles and Eyeglasses
fitted with first quality lenses from
$2.00 to $3.00.
Steel Frames, Nickel Plated, in all grades
from 25 cents to $2.00.
Our Special $i.oo Spectacle
is a steel nickel plated frame well
made and finished and fitted with a
first quality lense.
We test the eyes free of charge with
Johnston's Eyemeter which is con
sidered one of the finest instruments
The Washburn Guitars and Mandolins
aro the finest instruments made, a fact
which nobody questions. We have
them from $15.00 up. Other makes
from $5.00 up.
Violins, all makes, from $2.50 to $30.00.
Accordeons from $2.00 to $12.00.
Banjos from $5.00 up.
A full line of Harmonicas from 10c lo
Strings for all instruments.
When you buy an Umbrella of us you
get the best that can be found in the
city. We have both ladies' and gents'
in all grades and at all prices.
Try our $1.50 Umbrella. It is a good