Oregon City enterprise. (Oregon City, Or.) 1891-194?, February 28, 1902, Page 3, Image 3

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    OREGON CITY ENTERPRISE, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1902.
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;uvisonal Mention I
ii will In Portland Tuewlay.
r. Verd on in town Sunday
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). M inron, of New F.ra, wis In the
Kniiiluy.
u i: rula tin city Tuesday
in. p ('(i!t"'i,
2,, ''ill i! i iarlow. of Hurlow, Win In tlie
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!,; t.. , i '. Whltluck l very III it her
'i.c, in thucily.
'it V ' i" y W, 8. U'Ken wai Hul. ni
"" .-r In Saturday.
Miuy Wiley made a buslnc trip
" Vrtl.iml ruesilny.
HI i t Dim Albright In spending the
1 " in I'urllaiid with friiMittn.
, I Hi f
A i'. i inot, ol Canby, ri-KlctereJ it
1 J . ,'iic Hotel lat Saturday,
Hi it
IT j. k i( the I 'mica Cliarle N. Walt,
'M v, i nine down Monday morning,
Itrown, tlie potato king of Nhw
i-itim down on Monduy tuornlng'i
- I'Kirlnll mid ion Lett, of Clarkri,
.) in tlw city on bindm-M Tuesday
j, U Kate H.lrd. ol Portland, I visit
( li r lti r, Mri. A. B. Dreiser, of
city.
,"rn. ,1. M. Lawrence, of Portland,
Urd li.r iiK.ther, Mr. CO. T. Wll
I iIuhiik tin week.
J tin C'j!m, who dispenses liquid re
illfiimnit to the people of Canity, am
('in M itulny morning.
1'. TLcikeltien, rfjirtanlirK the
fjand Uiiio firm of A Urn & Gilbert
vat in the city yesterday.
r. Wiliiuin Kohiiinon, of Portland,
''''in l""11 yesterday. She a formerly
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. m! vtitlt the Klfflrlc Hotel.
ji 'l.i: !o MaddiH'k led Wednemlay
K i.v.t, Idaho, wlieie die ha ic
I M a xi-ii ion In the public school.
j I'.. Klilv.dy, Jr., J.O. Knapp and
ll(,f. lji r, id tide city, legleiered at tlie
Jharlr Hotel In 1'orllind, Monday.
Uf(i. (ii'rtriido Finley Collin, of St.
pif, itturneit home hominy after a
I of tM'verel day with relatives In
City.
iiK. M. Latourette, of till city,
d hur brother, I). C. l.atourelte, at
,, 4on Oily, laei wcfk. McMiiinvillo
rttr.
, y- S. K, Bunch, of The Dalle, till
1 1 ailed to the bedside of her father,
Mnlvi-y, d this city, who i vt ry
aitli cancer.
,'ss Lleillia Goldsmith Iml returned
" n i x'i ikIccI Kijonrn In Kan Fran
t, a here she hit het-n viaiting tier
Mr. Una CJoUlHinillt-Wiclte.
cb bin Mortimer, of l'orlland, waaj
j( (iieft i f Mini Knclla (ileaaon hint
jy , n I will leave the taller part of
leek fi r her former home In Kan
it '
rit. ft. C. I.atonreite attended the
rul mimionary conference in Port
.luft Tuesday and made an aildrcn
""('liriHlirtn Woinanhrxxl'l Ohligation
diriil MinioriH.'
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j. t. Clmrlei W. Pope returned Mon-evi-niii)?
fioin Alliariyand HonehnrK.
I ,K the Cafe-Pope recital In Albany,
jgv , v-'ning, Mr. Pope wenllolioee-
K i n I m fit! a few dny with her lis-
Mih. Iliinilin.
Mira Lena Kpntiu'lt', of Diylon, Oreunn,
i who hm been vUiliiig I 'rand Mri. C.
! A. Hteuart f-r loini time, returned home
I Tueaday,
Mri. (Joidon K. Ilayei went to Port
land Monday evening to attend t tie
lecture on ('hrUilan Science by Judge
Tlinmni (i. Kwlng, of ChlcHgo.
Mrn, Anna YVhlllot k wai in tlie city
TucMluy. Kite baa been awarded the
f.OOi) oll'cred by Mnllrioinah County for
the ar.eHt and conviction of Waila and
Halton, the inurdcieii of HoUirt U.
Morrow.
Martin Angell waa in the city IhhI
Katurday vialling old (ilenda. He U a
ineinher of an old pioneer Oregon City
family and recently returned I nun Al
aka, where be waa very aticceaidul in
mining.
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(ieorge Hnyder and family have
! moved into the Methodlat purantuge
made vacant by tlie removal of Hev. W,
8. (irlin and family to WilUmetle. Mr.
Snyder formerly reeided on tlie Weat
Side and la employed in the paper mllia.
Hev, J. II. Ilcavrn went to Portland
Tuexlay morning ti attend tlie KnpliMt
general minKiuiiary rolifrrence, which
wai held in the Mrrt lUpiiHl Church.
At4:;i()r. M. he rp ike on "Intert'tting
the Churchei in (jeneral Miaaionary
Work."
Dr. W. E. Carll, of thla city, waa laxt
Monday leaptiointed, by UovernorGeer,
a iticmber ol the Hoard of Ktute Medical
Kxamimr fur a term of Ave years. Dr.
Carll ia the preaent chairman of tlie
board and ha a wide reputation in medi
cal circle throughout tliealate.
Frank Itogera, who fold the 0. K.
barber shop to K. L. Julinion, paam-d
thriingh the city laal Tueaday evening,
en route from Siileui to Portland, where
be la eirpl' Jed In Hani Howard' bar
ber ahop. Mr Ui'gori ia a member of
the State Hoard of ltarber Kxamlnei.
Itohcrt Kehuehel ha returned Willi
bla family from Uritlah Columliiit, wliere
he ha lHen for the pant two year. He
waa employed in the mine t ere and
aaya there are anme very profhahle
mine In Itritiali Columbia Kickneaa
comielled Mr. Kidiuhel'a retuiu home
and lie will rt-aide at Mulino.
Will it. Iigua left Monday night for
Kverett, Waah., to lake a poaiiion a
telegraph opeialor in a 4tock . bruker'a
ollice. Kince Ida return Iroin Ilritiah
Columldi IiihI fall, he haa held the posi
tion of advertiHing igent of the Manpiam
tliei-tie program. Tim many friend of'
Mr. Iigua regret hi departure from thi
city.
A. H. Herrlng'on, of Mount Pleaaant,
w ' a caller at 'hi Mice Monday and
auhNcribed for the F.n'ei pi I. He rame
here from Ontario, Mallieur.t'ounty, laat
October and puehaHd 15 acre from
Heal F.Hate Agent J. A. Thayer. Mr.
Herrington h a poultry lalaer. He came
to Oregon f nun Chicago in 1K(I5, and Is
regarded hv hi neighbors a a live, en-erg.-tio
citizen.
Exitorlonco Con vl neon.
TrOTl Ita value by Inveating 10 cant In
trial size of Ely'l Cream Halm. Druggita
supply It and wo mail it. Full size 50 ceuta.
fcLY BU08., 60 Warren Kt, New York.
Clifton, Arizona, Jan. WO, 18U'J.
Messrs. Eli J)ko.: l'leaae send ma50
eent bottle of Croain Dului. I find your
ruinedy the (pilckeat and most permanent
cure for catarrh and cold in the bead.
Dux M. Pottm, Oon.MRT. Ariz.Oold M. Co.
Mesra. Eli Ubo.: 1 havi beenalTlicted
with oatarrb for twenty years. It made me
so wnk I tliouRlit I hftd oonamnption. I
gut one bottle of Ely's Cream Halm and in
three days the discharge stopped. It is the
bent medicine I have used for catarrh.
Proberta, Cab Fbakk E. Kwdlwipibe.
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Iteglater.
Keglater,
Now I your lime to buy hat cheap
at Mia Ooldmith'i.
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! POPULAR .COPYRIGHT
City coucil tneeli in regular seaaion
next Wednesday evening.
The Dunrd of County Comminaionen
meets Wednesday evening.
Horn last Friday, to the wife of
Frank Nehren, a daughter.
C. II. Dauchy, ol l'arkplaee, has an
nounced Ida candidacy for aaaeeaor.
Clackamas County haa 1!) studanta at
theCorvallii Agricultural College. '
-'0 to $100 to loan on chattel or per
sonal aecurity. Dimii k ic Kaatham, agta.
Uaby Bonnets, illata, Triinmlng ev
erything below coat at Mia (jiddamitliV.
In laat week's iaue it waa stated that
J. It. Morris was a candidate for sheriff.
It should have read J. K. Moiris.
The Acme, oppoalte EnterprUe ofllce,
inanufacturei Ireali candy daily. Fruit,
cigais and tolimco. Soda fountain. New,
We must made room for Soring goods,
so will oiler all Millinery hil coat.
C. Ooldamith.
Everybody unes umbrellas. Every
body should know where to have thern
repaired and new covers put on. John
son and Lamb.
Public Sale
OP
'Desirable Land
NEAR
OREGON CITY
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A tract ol land containing about
45 acres with the Abernothy creek
for its northerly boundary and
Oregon City for its westerly bound
ary will bo sold at public auction
Tuesday. March 4. 1902. at 11
o'clock A. M., at ihe Court House
door, by order of the court.
Further information regarding
the land will bo furnished on ap
plication to the undersigned.
E. G. CAUFIELD, Assignee. jJ
George Lazelle baa sold a 3-vear-old
Ked Polled bull to Hezekiah Caple, a
prominent creamery man of Caple
Landing, Waal).
O. L. Harbour, of Needy, and commit
teeman from the precinct of Killin, i a
candidate for the Republican nomination
of representative.
AiigtiHt Wallace lias renounced bis al
legiance to the King of England, and
took out bis drat citizenship pipers in
the clerk's office Tueaday.
The Ureat Harlow Miuatrels All White
Performers with their fine band of music
and new costume, will be at Bhively'i
Opera House Friday, March 14th.
FOR SATiK
k i.K) Cmid house and lot in the town of Holton. Seven fruit trees, a good well
; and pump, good location. Terms easy.
iir ;)."o n Hires, one mile and half from Willamette Falls, fairly level, one mile
f- irum school, ij acres clear, four miles from Oregon City, and two miles
). from Oswego.
jl-oo.oo i acres eight miles from Molalla, Oregon, no improvements, running
"iter and over 160 acres easily cleared, good stock ranch.
. ito.fxi vincres of Kood clear land, one mile from Clackamas station, on iin-
proved county road. Ten miles from Portland, tour miles trom uregon city.
. 1 1 a'res. one mile trom Oregon city, one nan nine irora gooa scnooi, amau
lioum and barn, all clear and free from rock. Good locality.
q ivi acres ol land near Clarks V. U., Ib mires trom uregon tuy, aooui 25
ftrrcsJear. with some irood bottom land.
' K1..U) no aensof good farm land near Stafford, on the Willamette river, ninety
l, live acre in cultivation, good house and barn, near school and German
l church. '
t! it of the best sto-k ranrhes in Clackamas countv. consistine of 318 acres, all
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need, tw good barns, house, small orchard, about 100 acrea cultivated, I
Uiance go(d pasture and easily cleared. 4 miles lrora woiaua, uregon.
li rms reasouble.
! antaitrB ofTrftd n Clnrkamm county can not t cxccllrd tn any other county tn
I urtland, the irincipal market, ia in the ailji'lnind county, and a Rood market for
"I farm product can I canily hud, without paying out one third of Ha value for
t-i'ca.
" mrms of every leacription for aale.
i.:rma wanted in o,r lint,
ade on farm prog-rtv.
. D1M1CK & EASTHAM
ORKGON CITT, OKKOOX.
Mn. T. J. Holland, of Cmemah,
slipped and fell Wednesday and broke
her left hipbone. The accident will con
fine her to the houae for several months.
She is 70 years of age.
Betlike & I'euold, the Mjin street
butchers, have purchased the Seventh
street shop of J. W, Blaney, and are con
ducting Ihe business at the same loca
tion occupied by Mr. Blaney.-
The cacosof Peter Suark, charged with
operating a nickel-in-the-slot machine,
has been set for Thursday, March B, in
the Justice Court, The case, which is a
teet caae, will be tried before a jury.
You may have registered two .years
ago. Tliis fact will not entitle you to
vote at the coming June election. Keg
iater now. You may be in the thick of
the tush at the end and be left out.
Register.
Winter clothing is what you want.
Cold weather is coming 011 and it coats
no more to be comfortable. Joe Know
land, the 7th etreet tailor, has hundreds
of samples of elegant goods to select
from. Knowland's clothes fit.
G.W.Grace has purchased the gro
cery stock of Hornschuh Bros, and is
moving the goods into liU store. Horn
chilli Bros, have gone out uf business
and the building occupied by llifiu for
the past six months ia at present unoccu
pied. Christian Science services are held at
the residence on the north-eabt corner of
Fifth and Washington streets every
Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Sunday
school at 12 o'clock. Wedneadav even
ing meeting at 8 o'clock. To these ser
vices all ire welc rue.
Dimiek & Faatham diaaolved nartner-
.. m , T . ! tl
snip juesuay. xmjiii win continue uie
practice of law in this city. The rela
tions of the two attorneys have always
lxn and are still verv friendlv.but tbev
have agreed to go it alone to their mutual I
benefit.
For fine photographs, call on Snod
graaa, pnecesuor to Cheney & llait. A
specialty made of higher clans work.i
such as platino-types and artists' proofs, I
the vety latest. Portraits enlarged, j
watur color, pastel or india ink. For-;
trait frames for sale. Give us a call.
Taxes are coming in fast. People who !
are able to do so are paying up in order ,
to obtain the 3 per cent rebate, which is I
given to thcjse paying tbeir taxes before
March 15. This date is only two weeks ;
distant. If your tixea are not paid on
or before the first Monday in Apiil a
penalty of 10 per cent will be added and,!
the time will not be extended.
Firemen's election will be held next
Monday. S. J. Burford is the only can
didate for chief. Among tlio?e mentioned
for commissioner are Chris Harttnan,
the present thief of tie department, At
torney Schuebel and A. Milln, of Colum
bia Hook and Ladder Company. L. Ro
conich and William Wilson are candi
dates lor assistant chief. .
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BOOKS 59
This sale will include many of the most popular novels of the past two years
which are published at $1.50 'each and sold at $1.15 by ourselves and other cut
rate stores. Wo have also added a full line of E. P. Roe's ever popular works, a
number of Church's, Abbott's, Eggleston's and other popular histories and bio
graphies all copyright books selling at $1.00 to $150. And for the benefit of
those who desire handsomely bound and printed copies of the best English and
American classics, we have added about 50 such books that we sell regularly at 75c
and $1.00. Altogether it's a fine lot of books to select from and a chance to get
them away under their real value. Better make your selections early there are
no duplicate titles.
POPULAR NOVELS
A Lady of Quality ' Mrs. Burnett
Agatha Webb Anna K. Green
Zihka Marie Corelli
Barrabaa " "
.Soul of Lilith " "
Sorrow of Satan .... " "
King Notnett . .F. J. Stimson
Forest Lovers ......... . : Maurice Hewlett
Ad. of Francois H. Weir Mitchell
Via Crucis ... Marion Crawford
Second Thoughts of an Idle Fellow Jerome
Iteulah '. Augusta Evans
Circuit Rider . Eggleston
Free Joe Joel Chandler Harris
Tom Grogan P. Hopkinson Smith
Caleb Weat . " " "
Manxman Hall Caine
Young April Egerton Castle
St, Ivea R. L. Stevenson
Trilby .... . Du Maurier
A Gentleman Player Stephens
A Continental Dragoon ' "
Face to Face , Robert Grant
The Market Place Harold Fredrick
Adventures of Sherlock Holme Conan Doyle
For Freedom of the Sea Brady
AH works of E. P. Roe
Novels by Amelia Barr, Frank Stockton, Gould,
McDonald, Blackmore, Capt. Chas. King.
POPULAR HISTORIES
and BIOGRAPHIES
History of Netherlanda . Young
' ' Russia Dole
Warofi8i2 Johnson
Old French War "
War with Mexico Ladd
King Philip' War Markham
Mosby'i War Reminescences. Mosby
Red Eagle Eggleston
Brant and Red Jacket "
Tecumseh '
Capt. Kidd Abbott
Benj. Franklin "
Pauljonei .... "
Stories of Persian Wars f Church
ooo Years Ago "
Stories from Virgil "
" Livy, "
Roman Life In the days of Cicero. "
Stories of the Magicians "
Boys' Life on Frontier. Calkins
Boy Spy Ma) . Kerby
Life of Washington Curtiss
" " Grant Poore
" "Sherman Johnson
War Tath and Bivouac
Our Special Umbrella Sale will be continued for another week.
Plenty of good Sheet Music yet at 2c per copy. Every copy clean and perfect.
The New Crescent Bicycles for 1902 are in. You are cordially invited to come
in and have a look at them.
HUNTLEY'S BOOK STORE
OREGON CITY
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FRANK BUSCH
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Among the foundation stones of this business are "Honest Ad
vertising," "A Spirit ef Accommodation," "Thoroughly Complete
Stocki" and "The Very Lowest Prices." To daily approach the
plane of perfection in dignified merchandise is the constant aim,
study and effort of this institution. Every week adds to the ability
of this great store to do better the duty it undertakes which duty
is : "To w in (through merit, the friendship and patronage of the
public, to become the supply centfcr of all those who require honest,
dependable goods." If we for instance sell you one door that should
be i4 inch thick, we will not send you one that SUPPOSED to be
i inch thick but is dressed down to 1 inch. If you ask tor in
stance for one door aft. 6x6 ft. 6xi4 you get exactly what you
bargained for and the price is only $1.35 at that. We guarantee our prices of windows against anybody in the
land.. Builder's Hardware is our stronghold.
. Nighty Pretty! Speaking of Wall Paper the prettiest de
signs and colorings we have -ever sold or seen are' included in the
great stock you can choose from here. MIGHTY CHEAP, TOO.
Excellent paper for 5 tents a roll; better grades, too, of course, and
all fresh and new you may rely on that, have confidence in our
word, confidence is the
foundation of society. If
you cannot trust a man
don't deal with him.
There are enough honest
men who wantk your
trade.
PORTIERES
Tortiers, Lace Cuitains and Carpets these homebeautifjing
articles must be seen to be appreciated, take a little time, call on us
and find out that a small amount of money is sufficient to fix your
rooms in a modern and tasty way.
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