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OKKOON CITY ENTERPRISE, FRIDAY. AUGUST 1. 1902
OLD I'.UTKH Foil HAI.K AT I0CKN I'.S
per limi'lrml al Hid KmiirpriHii ollhm.
hmwd-on kast wakiiino-iTIn
Utrm.t.a parkag.t I'liiiUtnlng a garment.
J. (!. ZlN.KM,
I.Dr-O.i MAY II. A CITY WAIl
runt. Nil I'iH in liiv.ir nl II ivUn fur
!l7.rl. Inlirxhl by ilm city rti mi r it
H 15, I1HHI. Til pilhHu U h..r.,l,y
IMlllUI i lull tlin damn hulling ((t r-ir.
I.osi-an i:nvi:i.(ii i.: costai!
Inif ot.liTu Ir.mi II. H. I'lxli (: ,',
vi mm, iiiiaimp,
ili' nr Willi I.
IV Ht I'Jltl'll.tlllll
J. J. HA VIM. OK (iAItllKI.Ii wii.i.
taki Miivonn m ho i,i im,, tIH
Inoiiiitaliia lo Mi or hunt, Imin Ori-unii
t'ily or (IsrhVhl Ht r'axomihht prn-i.
I'ppur hut.hi-ry mm. I Mi. II.mxI. .r
particulars address Mr. 1 vin. ( iaifhll.
III.AC'KSMITII MIOI' WH HKNT
lully riiniiHMl shop nl Hprlngwtr.
A (Mi rim V, J. U'WiiIIkii, Spring .r, Or.
HtlHI COW KUt HAI.K.
iinm nl Jki k Mount, (lU.lniiMin.
KOIt HAIK-A SToiJT MlAIT
home. J, I!. Zin.hc, On-g.ni Cily.
MONKY TO LOAN OV KKAl, I'KOJ'
rrly siTU-ity at l (.nr rent, also mi hp
proved rlallel senility . (I , Iiuh k,
attorney at law, htevnit I'm Iln Ore
gon City .
IIOI HM AND I.OTI OU SAI.K-SIX
KiMHti lliiiimi In C 'mm ih w it It lot 7,
Id. w k 7. (iimmI well. IUK 1,1.x k I rocii
carbon. Apply to l.lvy Hi i ti. Oregon
Cily nr Cngenia Smith, I'mk ptj .
(i h. m:amann." m. n." I'll vi-
- "'VUn, surgeon mul iM'ulinl. Oitico in
IhirrUy hhlg, 'honii;7l. Cmiirr Main
ml Till Ms. Call answered promptly
day or ii''l.
HKtHiM ,V Mil KM til, l-miiM III Hie
Wilnliarl HnlMlng.) hit r Ilm rholrrat
idy. iiiMiri'n ami ruuiilry nitrt' t"t
malll l Wiirs.
!() YoC WANT A IIUMi::-TWO
in Urn Iriiin Oregon Cliy, near June saw
null, on g. puMic r"l, m-ar school
house. ( Mm acre, lniiie barn mul well.
Only two htimlreil and llliy dollar. .VI
ilri'KK (i. W. WaI IiKiin, owner, Oregon
MoNFY TO I O N AT H 7 AND II
mr cent, 1 aim m;i urity. L"lt.s A
1 lonry to luail at lowr.l rale..
Jl lli". (inirriTii.
J. M. Tracy, of Ixn!H, w in lon
W. I!. I.einon waa In tbti city lucfday
II. I'. I'.ea'o, of Portland, wm in ti e
illy yealenlay. s
John Krickaon aa in the city lioin
New Kra yeaterday.
William V. H.-irem, of Sandy, wa In
the city Wilnilay.
Mra. K. C. Oitnontf vitiled frlenda in
llrow iihville laat week.
Militant Mariliall ia Mifiidiug a few
tlaya' Vacation al Wilhoit.
Mra. O. !. Kby amlaon left Tueaday
(or Molalla to Vialt rtdative.
William VmiikIid returned lo In buine
ill Mulalla Tueaday aftermain.
F.d Willey returned Friday from a
week' niUliitf at Aualiu'a Mill.
Mra. Uobert Herron and little on are
viaitlnu relative in Independence.
Attorney Franklin T. (iriflith inada a
buaineaa trip lo Salem Wedneaday.
Cbair.Mir Jackaon made an automobile
trip to Wilhoil Spring laat Sunday.
Mr. and Mm. Robert have none to the
niouiitnina to camp for a few week.
W. U. U Kon.ofUladatona, ia recov
ering from revere attack of pleoriey.
Mra. F. A. rilelubt.of Canby, waa in
the city viaiting her liuaband Tueaday,
(ieoige Aden, Juatlce of Peace at Staf
ford, ai in town Tburwlayon liuaine
Mr. and Mra. Alfred LnellinK viailed
friend in I'orllan 1 Tuea,lay and Wed
ncaduy. Cliarlca Zelgler, of the Portland baae
ball team, was In the city for a few hour
Krueat Matlnai and A. Knapp re
turned Saturday from a tbree daya' flail
Prof. K. I). Story, of McMinnville Col
lene, waa In the city on a btminuas trip
W. J. Ive will arrive Saturday from
northwestern Illinois to viail biason, Dr.
C. D. Love.
Jared To.ld, prominent mercbant of
Tillamook, waa In the city on Imaine
The Miaaea Kline, of Salem, re visit
inicMr. and Mrs. William Writrbt at
Mr. and Mrs. Dob Hingo, of Clarke,
were visiting friends in Oregon City
Misses Jeanetts and Gertrude Fair
clougb went to Newport to spnd week
Mr. and Mrs. William Sheaban and
children expect to leave soon for an out
ing on the Zigzag.
Mr. M. F. MacCormack, of raisley,
Lake County, is visiting her brother, V.
H. U'Hmi.oi CiUdslone.
Minn i;m J,.w,i Kra.icr, of Pendleton,
was in Ilm city Friday mul wirn tlm KurHt
of MWn Kthrl (,'diilli-lil.
Mi IIkmIh (inint U attending tin,
Hummer Nurin il H 'limil of tin, Holme
llimiuHita CdIIi'kh, In Portland. '
Mr. mul Mm. Kil Mi.miIhiii am
Ion Mm. HIiriiliHii'n .ri-nu, Mr. mul
Mr. Jijcih Kuiimi, Ht rli- tltli). I
Mr hiiiI Mr. II. W. Uracil iIfovh to j
I'oitliunl luht Tiii'mImv mul III iff) I lllit i IV '
Viiliii(( Mr. mul Mm. Tlinnmn. j
II. J M urn mill will-, of MuhilU, with i
In lln, , iiy u ,y. 'rimy wi.l Ii'hvo
HnlunUy on m viml to Tim l),illi'ii.
Mm. Cnllii r Iiim Hii-cvi'N Iih rMnriiMil to
lii-r Iiiiiiih In lli',iin r. Mfler two wciikn'
vimI wiih tli MoiKi'ti l.cwihit.iiit.
Mi lluiiii'l ( 'un Iihh hi'tn ciiuhkimI
to tfm h m hool lit HluKwiiy, Aluxkn, l
. a.liuy n-iurii'i al (HM h month,
Mr. mul Mr, li. W. Chinch mid m.n
Jmni'H Church Ii iivh tixUy fur (iovriii
miMit Coiiii mi le wf,.kn' ontiiiK.
K. K. I'ul'ari i, iiMinti-r of tlm Went-
ffn I oioii liicgiHih ollii'iT at Huloin,
vihiii-.l ii'liiiivM iii HiiMcily Weilni'M hiy.
lii'ilii-li-r . It. IhinlMr, of tlm Van
rouvvr, Wadi , liiml ollico, mul Mm.
Puiihar vmilcil fiiciiilH In thin t ily Tuca
Mm Clmrlt'H II. Caiilinlil ami family
l''avi in few ila) for mi online of i'V
fiul wvcki on thi) . K'iiiK, iifur Mount
Clia. Ilii.i-r. wlio linn Iiocii ovur in
WaKhiiiiituii f.ir tin jiaal few inoiillm, re
tiinicj to Una county thu Ural of (he
lii-o. A. Har.liiiK ri'Hitni'il SumUy
from thff iiionnliiliiK, wIm-ih lit? went niili
hla IiUiiiI) , Mho all! Hn-liilllii H frW HCckl
Mr. un I Mm. K. I'. Wilaon, Minn ll.ir
rict Vi-mti-t-K ami Mi Porolhy I'uvira
limilo it llnlilii ttii to Clear Creek lat
Mra. Miirlliit Kinmiiril, mottier of l"t,H.
Kxainliirr of Huiveyg ). W. Kinnairil,
came up Irom I'orllaml Tuenlay on a few
County Surveyor John W. Melilrum
mul family h ave nest week lor an nutiiiK
' 'ov,'i"""'"t Camp ami will be abn-nt
1 veral week".
Ir K. II. P.i-atie mu.le a flying trip to
! Y Tuea-lay. Ilia family ia cojourn-
I inn at Wilhoil Sprintta and ho rejoined
William Wriuht and P. M. Waddell,
ol I'oitlalid, leave lodny lor AilNteu'l Hot
!-1 ,r i 1 1 c on a two week' outing aod will
return A tinnnt .').
Uev. A. J. Montgomery, Mi Lilian
Horn, Miaa AWena Horn, ami olhera
will form a party to tfo lo Mount Hood
ill ahuiit two Meeka.
U. A. r.rodie, of tho firm of Itrodie.
Ilroa. Co., of Albany, returned to Albany
Tueailay alter a nbort bmiiiieaa trip to
hia city and Portland.
Attorney Ned Drik!a, of New York
Citv. who fonnerlv iirncticed law here I
tiding a few week visiting friends In ;
Oregon City and vicinity.
Uev. K S Itollinger, pastor of ttie
Congregational Church, left Tuesday for
York, Pa , where he will visit -relatives
for a month or six weeks.
W. Gilbert ltenttie, who is (pending
hi vacation in Ibis city, leave early in
August for Wrangel, Alaska, to resume
charge of the school there.
George Gilslrap le'l Tuesday for the
United Stales Fish Commission station
on the Little White Salmon Kiver to take
a position a ith the commission.
Judge Gordon E. Hayes and F.li Mad
dock returned Sitnrday evening bom
Canby, where they attended the funeral
of the latu Charles W. Armstrong.
J. 11. Kobinson, of Sacramento, arrived
yesterday morning to visit bis family,
who are spending a few weeks with Mrs.
Robinson's mother, Mrs. J. L. Cochrane.
Mr. Adolpb Willey returned Monday
from Oregon City. Mr. Willey still re
mains very III of typhoid fever and bis
recovery i doubtful. Portland East
Mr. R. J- Goodfellow, Miss Maggio
Goodfellow and Miss Jessie llmnpbrys
left Monday for an ouiing at Newport.
The two latter will attend the summer
Hchool at Newport.
President W. P. Kircbem, of the Clear
Creek Creamery Co., was in the city
Wedne.day. He reports the creamery
in a flourishing condition and Bays that
arrangements will be made to secure
more cream and turn out a larger pro
duct. Web Bums. Will Hankins, Will R.
Ix,gus and "Red" Williams left Monday
morning for a ten days' hunting and
fishing trip on the Upper Ciackama.
Thev went to Lockerby's by teams, and
from there will pack their outfit on horses
and walk to Austen's hot springs,
E. E. Brodie is no
with the Enterprise.
A MftMTiaaiirjr FrexmiUon.
Him't neirlect a cold. It is worse than
nnpleasant. It is dangerous. By using
One Minute Cough Cure you cbh cure it
at once. Allays inflammation, clears the
head, soothes and strengthens the
miicou membrane. Cures coughs,
croup, throat and lung troubles,
lutely safe. Acts immediately,
drun like it. Geo. A. Harding.
tiniml Clearance Hale of Millinery.
Mia liolilainil h.
Iluia ami rant at coat at (i. W
(ii.ice'a atom, heail ol Hevenlli MrHtit
I'ur viewa of tin, city ami the Kail"
call on HuoilifrHiN, the rtiolDK'iaplier.
For linn photon call on Snolraaa, lnth
ami .Maui Mreela. All work strictly U-
I'm. It. II ami A. L. I'.ealie, Dentiata,
i'-iilhiiiil liecl himI Hun
fur "! the iii Joliimuii A.
I .ii in li
If von n I a Hat. don't wait. Call
early ami net a l!.ii(aiii.
The only point printing in tlm county
i (oiiml at Iht) F.ulerpriKH ollice. l'rii ea
nuht Stock, fiylu ami wot kmuiiHliip
uiii ipiiillcil. 1'rotiipl priming.
Siiillli'a llaiiiirnlT 1'i.niail)
t"ia itchinK calp upon one ailication,
three to nx removea all ilamlrnir ami
will mop falling huii. I'rice60 cent a at
Flowera, eilka, tramea, fancy IriinmiriK,
Hpccial offi-rinK. Miaa (iolilHiititli.
I l'"pii;ur Seaside Schedule und If" mid
Trip Kxciiraiun Kile Via AHinriu
a. t' lluinhln Itlvi r It.illroud Co.
Ili-liinuiriir Suturday, July Tilh, the A.
AC. It. It will ri-HiiiiiH iiM rejiiilur Sea
aide Bclic'luln ami every Saturday there
alter during the hummer aeuHou the
Porllmid SeHHidn Kxpre will leave Un
ion Hep it at 'J::tO P M. ami run through
direct wiibout transfer to I'lavel, Gear
hart and Heaaide, In addition to t iia
excellent service, an additional local
train will Iid run between Axtoria ami
Clalaop I'eiicb ioinis, thua oireriui; pa
l rou of aou!h beach unexcelled fuclliliea
for travel:nt( between beach points.
In con lien inn with this improved train
service, round trip excumion tickets be
tween Portland and all Clatsop and
N'irlli Beach poinla (except Ilwttcn) are
aold every SttunUv Hi I he rale of t'2JM
lor the round tli tickets, tieing inier
chaiinealile w ith all hoat line and lim
ited kouiI to return Sumlay evening.
L'ihiii applicaiion to J. 0 Mayo, ti. P.
A., Aatoriii, an elaborate album of Sea
aide views and poirils of interest on the
Lower Columbia Kiver will be mailed lo
your address free.
At the Retail Clerks' Internationitl Pro
tective Association' regular meeting
held Tiii'n.hiy eveuingin Ited Men's Hall
four Udiea were Uken in as members of
the asaociatiirf), A committee was ap
pointed lo prepare a closing hour agree
ment and present it to the proprietors of
thu local stores. The petition w ill favor
the closing of all stores al 7 P. M., ex
cept drug stoies, which they aslt to
close at 8 :3U.
J. II. Ilowaid, chairman of the Labor
Ituy Carnival, has appointed the follow-
ing committees fiom the Textile Work-
era and the Retail Clerks: J. J. Brown,
M. J. Gleason, and M. L. Milietl, will
repreHent the former union, and Fred
W. Humphreys and E. E. Taylor the
latter. Two thousand buttons have
been issued by the Federal Union, ad
vertising the carnival ou September 1.
The buttons are sold at 5 cents apiece,
and the proceeds will be applied to the
The Oregon Water Power A Railway
Company has a force of men at work at
Caiieinab Palk completing the baseball
groiinda. A piand stand and bleachers
are now being elected and will be fin
ished this week. The former will Beat
800 people while the bleachers will ac
commodate about 1000. The diamond,
which was rough last Sunday, will be
leveled off and will be the best diamond
ever seen in Oregon City. A game of
baseball will be played next Sunday be
tween a Portland team and the local or
ganization at Canemah Park.
Card of 1 hanks.
We desire to expiesa our gratitude to
the Odd Fellows and friends who, in so
many ways, assisted us in the burial of
G. J. Howkix,
E. T. Howell,
A. E. How ell.
I.adlex C'au Wear Khoen
one size smaller alter using Allen's Foot
Ease, a powder to be shaken into the
shoes, It makes tight or new shoes feel
easy ; gives instant relief to corns and
bunions. It's the greatest comfort dis
covery of the age. Cures and prevents
swollen feet, blisters, callous and sore
spots. Allen's Foot-Ease is a certain
cure for sweating, hot, aching feet, At
all druggists and shoe stores, 2oc. Trial
paekaue FREE by mail. Address Al
len S. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y,
It Need a Tonic.
There are times f hen your liver needs
a tonic. Don't give purgatives that gripe
and weaken. PeWitt's Little Early
Risers expel sll poison from the system
and act as tonic to the liver. W. Scott,
531 Highland ave., Milton Pa., says : "I
have carried DeWiit's Little Early Risers
with me for several years and would not
be without them." Small and easy to
take. Purely vegetable. They never
gripe or distress. Geo. A. Harding.
The Postal Telegraph Company's of
fice will b moved inio the postoflice.
Slate of Oregon will apeal case to re
cover on bond of George W. iJavia, de
faulting School Land Clerk.
Kramer A Freytag have rented the
building between Mils'ein's tin ahopnd
Parker's toiMwial parlor and will open
a cigar factory.
Two dwelling house are being con
structed on Water Street near the Char
man Block. Han Lyons is the builder
and the bouse will be rented
E. E. Taylor has accept! d a clerkship
in Holinan's cig-a'r store, succeeding Will
Hankins, w ho will do carpenter work for
the Willamette Pulp A Paper Company
after hi return from the mountain.
The new Western Union clock was
placed in position yesterday morning on
the aide, of the building occupied by Al
bright's butcher shop. The time-piece
is corrected hourly. The face is thirty
inches in diameter.
Die young ladies of the St. Agne
Guild of St. Paul's Church, will give a
lawn social at the residence of Mrs. John
Bradley on flth Mreet, on Friday even
ing, August 1. Icecream and cake will
be served. Everyone cordially invited. ',
First Church of Christ, Scientist, '
holds services in Red Men's Hall every ,
Sunday m iming at eleven o'clock. Sub-'
ect for Sunday, Aunust 3, "Spirit."!
Sunday school at 12 o'clock. Wednes-.
lay evening meeting at 7:30 o'clock.)
Christian Science literature for sale
before or after any of these services.
Preliminary work is being done on the '
Clackamas River preparatory to putting
in rack for holding salmon used for prop
itiation. In a short time the racks will
be placed in position. Field Sjiperin-;
lendent J. Nelson Winner, Jr., of the!
United Stales Fish Commission of Fish :
and Fisheries, has devised a new method
of racking the river. i
Land has been purchased for terminal
of the Pelt Line Railway, at F.mpire, on
Coos Bay, and the work of constructing
5 miles of railroad is under way. Work
on a ntw dock will begin today. These
enterprises are in connection with the
Great Eastern Railway projected between
Coos Kay and Salt Lake. Large tracts
of land have been secured as terminal
groundH (or that enterrjrise.
IudivliluslH Money to Loan.
At 6 and 7 per cent. Call on or write
Jso. W. LflDKR,
Oregon City Oregon.
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It's time to buy a good supply of garden tools. We
are making special offerings that should interest you
on rakes, spades, spading forks, hoes, garden sets,
shears, shovels, trowels, etc. They are the kind that
do the work to your liking. Full size Hoe or Rake
for 25c up.
Here are novelties made to our order in exclusive
designs. In the magnitude and variety of these Lace
Curtains, in their artistic excellence and in their un
usually low prices we present a sale that will be prof
itable and helpful to you in draping and adorning
your home. Lace curtain material nc per yard
and up. N
There is so much more pleasure in the iron beds of
to-day than in the old heavy wooden beds used in
the days gone by. There is a beauty, grace and
economy in these iron beds with brass trimmings.
We furnish yon the entire outfit, bed, spring, mat
tress and all, for $6.25.
Ice Cream That Is-AtHuntiey
ViV v ' v ., v Atr ;
Special Sale of Hammocks
They mt ll go daring the next week.
To make lure of It we offer 25 per cwt
discount from prices that are already be
low the market. 69 cents up.
Why not get your Soda where
pure cream is used--at Huntley's
GOOD RAZOR for
Better ones, S2, and
HONES and STROPS
from $1 down to
special, per doz..
from $1.50 down to..
CYCLE POCO No. 4,
5x7 witb case. Special
C. G. Huntley
i At ths Fountain
LONG 5c SMILES'
We can't speak too strongly of the
economy of having a refrigrator.
These are substantially made, with
extra thick galvanized iron lining,
and are scientifically packed to insure
perfect preservation of food and econ
omical use of ice. Our regular size
at f lo.oo is a marvel of convenience.
pun annum hi
Books for Vacation
Special sale of rioth bound books
worth from 25 to 50 cents each. Your
choice while they lattt, 15 cents. Hee
them in the window. Paper bound
books, alt the standard novel, not
copyright, 13 1-3 cents.
fur 4x5 picture!, pcrdox.
DARK ROOM LAMP,
Knives, Files, Nail Trim
mers, Buffers at all pri
ces frora imported elony
handle files at 75c t
All kinds nnd prion from ( Cr
92 down to
We guarantee our 5oc knives
from 22.00 down to..
from 50c down to
from $4.00 down to..
regular $2H.OO; 1 "1 Art
w. A Huntley
At tht Fountain
LONG 5c SMILES
Hammocks 90c up
1 . 1 1 ai t-j- f
If you knew the cleanliness and comfort of a dining
room floor covered with one of our linoleums in per
fect imitation of carpet, yon would not think ol hav
ing anything else under your dining table. A glance
at the rich patterns is enough for the wise housewife.
Good quality 65c per square yard.
Coal Oil Stoves.
If you have a small room, with no way to put up a
cook stove, you will be interested in one of those
small oil stoves with large oven. They are highly
recommended during hot weather, and more so for
camping. They use little oil. Price with oven $2 50.
More attention has been given to make these sets
substantial. Balls and mallets are made out of hard
wood, the handles tough and firm. Price J1.00 for a
Tents and Camp Furniture.
We have a good stock of tents, and sell them as
cheap as $3-00.