Oregon City enterprise. (Oregon City, Or.) 1891-194?, January 23, 1903, Page 3, Image 3

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    OREGON CITY ENTERPRISE, FRIDAY JANUARY 23,1903,
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New To-Day.
I'l.r.M V UK MONI.V Til l.n,N AT
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i l.mii nl lui'l rul-1'.
II i ii'. m A (Inn i rni.
Ml INKY T I.OAN AT II AND 7
pur ('int. I' hi in scturity. D'lti'N A
HCIM'IIKI.
nVMHV.H ,1 i II I K Kit 1 1 . (nllli-M In the
Wrlnlinnl lliilliln.t,) hnvr Ihx rlMilrcat
i lly, milniilwiii iiim I ton I ry irntnTi y Inr
luiillint iiilri'x,
MONi:V TO I.OAN i)S lcKAI, I'lCOl'
city security ill H per cent, lo mi Hi
IHUVImI l-lulll'l MVII'IIV O II. liMi( K,
Htlonify Ht In w , Steven HuildiliK the
W in fiiy .
MONKY TO I.OAN-I HA VI', KKVKKAI,
hiiiiih id i y l'i-liiiuliil In private
Individuals nhii Ii 1 am Hiitlmri.ed In
limn, mi limit time al II and 7 I"''' cent.
Coal til loan will l' made very ri'iiMnn
Kbit. II. K. Ciionk, attorney tit In.
Personal Mention
Mim Win Jones I" on III" sick I
Tnin l'i'Miiiiiii. il New I'ri, .m seen
on mir at recta Monday.
Mm ('. I. I "i t ii ri-i i i hii a Knli'in
visitor iIiiiimk lln ttick.
Tim Inlaul rliilil of Mr. mi'l Mm. John
Ilrklcmau in iLiiitiiiihIv III.
Mr. nml Mm Adoliih Am lmir, of Mar
Hint, ere in Umuii CHy Tucmlay.
Ilmi. A. K. reaer In In atteiiilance at
dm Oirifim li'iiml.ituie tint eek.
Mi'Kuni. Jh icen mill Kheriir Shaver
rr In Salem Monday nml Tuesday.
Mr. K. K. William, ol Portland, was
tlnlihiK friend In Ori'K'iii City Monday.
Mi Claudia Hurl returned Saturday
fruiu a eck' viil willi li imuin at Salem.
M. F. Mi Cown, of Mcdlonl, .it two
or three day in the riiy the Hik,
I'.Iimiii I lornii li ft llii week fur Itiill'iiln,
New York, where Im w ill remain inilclln
llfly. I). TImjiii in, nf CiirtiH, win) help on
rnik Jailer's (arm, in the riiy
Tuemlay.
Mm. Hubert MrClure I bI home con
fined in her room wild a severe funn ol
(OIIHllltill.
UiMirrwiiiuiik'H Charles (ialloaay, ol
Yamhill County, wa in lh riiy hominy
v ) m 1 1 1 n n Inn patent.
MUh Hiitliii tiitlhreth, of Albany, ill
pi-inliiiit h lew dav tin wi'i'k vmitiiiK
Mm Mmy Mdutyre.
Mr. I'M Miller, mm of the well to-do
mi'ii of Needy, wa in tlm riiy Thursday
luokiliK alter hiiniirKf.
Mr. nml M i h. 11. C. Sli plii'im iirii in
San rninci'io attending t'H'lr Hon who
III vciy III w illi iliplillnTiii.
Mim Vfil i W'illiniuM Mini Mr. nml Mm.
Ji.liii W, I o li r u ' t I 1 llii' ureiit iinnd
nil in I'm 1 1 n li. I TliiUhduy.
J. M I'liri', lln popular clothier, wlin
llHI I'lTII Hpl'll'lllltf H l'W il.lVII III Sl'.lltll'
ri-liirni'il Siiinluy to 1 1 1 im riiy,
Wool i ii'i i iw'il I'oin Sun l iiini i'ti'o
Ilmi lluilrv Mi'plii-iiH. .Ir., i Hi-iioii-ly
ill ill lint pUi-i- Willi ilipliilii'iiii.
Mr. hii I Mm. Hen HihiIiIIIm witi. in
Ilulilnir.l Siiinnliiv II flit nil I Mm tin
yiiiinl hull KiM'ii I v Hit) Knuliic.
Mih. W. It W iirniiiH Hinl cliilori'ii, ol
I ' n litml . vo-iifl Iiit pwri'ii'H, Mr. hiiiI
Mrn. Imio'H Wilkinmn, Sumlay.
MiM-ex (iiiun (i. M u rxlutll mi l lli-li'ii
;"hhiii, ti'iirliem nl New Km, npi-nl
Sninl.iy nl lln'ir lioim h in lliiHi'ily.
AllnTl nml liii liHnl Slioi'iiliorn, of Cut
rn, Iwo Ininl worKinn fiiriimM of ti it
irni'll wrri ill tin' riiy Tliumilny.
I.i i' Wriu'il, yontiif ciiMli'iintii, i"
npi'iiiluiK tin- wirk at Siili'in vimtinK
fri"inlH Hint iilli-nilliiK llie lciiiHlntiirH.
Mm. Williiini MrCiirily nml Mm.
I.Biirn MfCiirily urn Imth Hiill'irini willi
typlioiil li-viT nl tlifir lionift in 'jn-en-puinl.
Mr. KoliiHon, wlin coiuliirtu llin pop
ulnr "Fnir" Hior, li'ft Innt wi-fk for Nhw
York to ut'lfi t liia pprinu line of tlry
goodn.
M I . I ili'rtHoli, of Wo'pillwrli. mi olil ri-nl-ili'iit
of (lint iliriviiiK lowii, whb in On
tron lly lliin wi'k lookiiix nltur Ih ml
llllHilll'KH,
WoimI Yntiiiir, n hriikiMiiiin on Mm Al
liiiny lnr.il wlin ri'itiili'd lit Alli.tny, "
In ii ' 1 1 I ii 1 1 nl tlm court Ihiiihii Moiiilny
liikinn p.ut in u riiwu.
Ilmi S. iiMky, wlin Iihw Iihiti in Cull
(oiniii fni homo tlinii ri-iuriii'il to llili
i lly tliin wi-i'k ; w liilo in ( 'nliloinia I n
wnikml nl III" mliiii'K in.unir).
Wllli.un (iiillilli, of Unit i-itv. mi fx
HTiiliri''l inini-r, Wlin In lNirll.mil onn
ilny ri'ii'iilly loukliiK iilli-r lint liiiMinmn
InliTinlH.
MinnAnnlH Hrlinln'r, who li in hfi-n
cli-rk'nu for Krmik Hiimi-Ii, loll Hnml.iv
nliilil lor Ion Aiiitnli'H, Cal., to riminin
nn liiililliilt tlinii.
Cliiiuni'i y Kmly. tlm ilfimiy r
ronlfr, wnn nt lliililmril Hiitnrilny ni;lit
in Hiti'iiiUiirH nt tlm tmll nivi'M liy the
KnilitM ol 1'yMil.iM.
II. r". Mili'lii-ll. wlni linn livn-l nt 1 1 i K 1 1 -Ininl,
tint wlin for WIIIIH limn i"t linn
Lit n livihi( In Vni:u comity, ri'luriii'il
In thin riiy llii wiM'k.
Si'ili l.fiivi'tm nml John liooknr wi-re
In roillniifl Siitiinluy niitht whnni llny
Hiti'iiili'il llm liiimni nn nici-tinu of Ihu
I'ni'illr Mii'iihI i.ife I nnnrmii'e Vo.
M. ( Wilkin, of Pnrtliinil, one of tint
li-n'lliiK ornnnini-ri for the A orient Orili-r
of I'niinl Worknii'ii w n in llii city
Yluiiiliiy in tlm iiiteri'dt of hi urilnr
K. K. ('niilli-lil Im opi'lieil it j -wi-Cry
n. I wnli'h ri'l'Hliim hop in III" l.ilil'liliK
H i'iiiii-i hy Siiink A Uium-II, Mr. ('mi-li-li
ih nn olil tnnrr hii I hin ni'iny Irii-mln
will iv III nt thnir lihernl pitlroiiHe.
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4m rrnl flciirimrr milr on mil ni III
Inrry. Jolilmlth
I At Hi, I'hiiI'h KjiiKinpnl i liinrli Hi-rvli'i-
I w ill Im linlil i.rxl hiimliiy liioriiinu nml
I'V.'iiiiiK n IoIIowh: Holy loiniiniiiioti
rtl H A. M., Munliiy u lioul nl 10 Morn
. inif plnvi r .il II llm niil.ji i-1 of Hif '-r-moil
will In. "A ."oIiIh.i'h Knh." Kv-o-"oiiK
nt ! o'l'lurk nn I lln- hij' j i ' nl Hi"
H'l lllllll "( lO'l 01 I Il llK M - M. M
I'OXll'f Will hlli till! Lll,.,t .IV ,lo Ul till
'neivire. I
HUNTLEY BROTHERS
POPULAR PRICE
'Xs kkii on Sum. Mi-n Jnlin Mttrli, I
n iiii-hmih ry from l.no nml Kmni iikvh
vriy i.iliiri'Hliim nlnrioplirmi li-i'ture nt
the rri-Nhytirnin rlmrrli Wfliinmlav
lnihl. A wnll lilli-.l rlmrrli nuie I I lie
pi'iiknr nml ln-r pifixini; ri'inmkn,
r.ilrliv nn.n mnl iiilnri-liiii pirlur
KM-iiily p,ii-i Iot nii'litorn yoiimy nml
ni. Mm- lUlrli Iihh lii nn for n 11 1:1. i-"
nl yrnri flux 'L'i'il III llm mi'Hiorinry work
in tin fur oil' Ian. I nml Iht Imn mMiviiy
ninonii Hie n'oiln hnn H'iipnl In-r lor
n very inliTi'iini( iliironme. Owii f; to
th Inrtthnt lier henlili wnn po r win e
nlmi'iit in the Oiient, nlie ohliml in
reinrn liiiine w hi-re nhe will rvniniii till
hhe In Miiltli'it-nily rfrnpernied wi an to
ri-tnrii ami remiie her iJutiH.
.DRUGGISTS - BOOKSELLERS - STATION ERS
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Our January Sale Continues All This Month!
. mi m mi ni ii 1 nmm...n 1. ,. i-wwni jii. iiimn ' nil .SyTMP
WBMM . griWIiiTllin""
Sellinir Hone at Imll prirn.
Km ki't Ktore.
All k i 11 ilt ol nnilerwenr at font.
Kni'kct ttore.
niankii', Shaki-r Flannel, Out i n n
Flannel, Tnhle Linen mnl v:imetn nt eonl.
Km ket Hlore.
M r. John Wnller nml iin Adu Fleni
liiK were mnrrieil Sinnlny afternoon hy
liev. F. II. Mixell.
Mn.t. To ltEniMic WoiiK. Tlm old
HiKli nml mill, which hit lii'n Idle for
noniH time, will mouiin- work hkh'iii riitht
nwnv nndiT the iiimiuiiHiiient ol J. 1'ul-Imk.
To Makk Si hvkv. A np.- il meet
ing of the hlri-ni iMiiinililre nmi lliecoia
iniilen nppoinled hv tin i-oiinci! Um U11
t'einher III I lie interenl of the new rond
lip llie hlilll. Coiiiiiiriirihf nl Third mnl
Main ntrei-t, nml li-rniiiiu'liiii nt ihe end
ol ihe riiy IiiiiiIm, wan held Tuenduy
vti-iiuijf in the ollioe ol Ihe water coin
lintlee and wnn ult.-ndeil hy all the
ineliihern fXri pi Clyde Huntley, who ih
in Salem. On molnjn ol K. T. (irilli h,
Chairman Sheulun, of ihe ntiei't loin
mittee, wn npnnioii-d rhairinan of the
inei'tinK, amJ K. K. Cimriiiaii i-erreinrt.
Mr. Shenhmi HUti d thai Ihe o' j ! nl
the meeting were to hnve Ihe engineer
make pUim nml t titunalrH ol Ihe pro
po'ed road in the koilth end of the rl'y
Iroin Toir.l nlreel lu the riiy I11111 , hh
diiei'li-tl by the riiy ronncii, and to woik
111 gonjiinclion wilhthe hH.rial rominii
tee appolnteil by Ihe riliz-'iiH. Cliarle
Alhiinht. F. T. liiitlitn and Klmer K
Charnimi and K. 1'. Hhii.Ih, enmneer.
Mr. lirillitti made a inulion, which was
adopteJ, reipiiruiK the eilv eii(ineer to
make eniiinuten on d irorent tirade',
I'lllow: F'irnt A rade rroxHinit, with
an elevated road (a) with earth till (b)
with a wooilen approach. Second An
iinderKrade crottniiiK with all uecenMry
retainiiii walla. Third An IinderKrade
crnri-iiiK. Separnte ellinaie ol Conta ol
the acuial emimalen under the track and
the remaiiidi-r ol ihe roadway, all enti
maten to iuclude a unhiiiantial tfiianl rail
011 the outer ed'e ol tae roadway and on
ihe outer ediie ol the romlway and on
imth niden ol elevated romlway from
Main ntreet and include all tiling m-c-enhaiy
to make Ihe road pon-tihle, eaii
mate to be made lor liiiinhed roadway
and mncadamiii-il and alno hi 111 pie trad
itU. KiiKineer Kmnlg wan iiihtrncted to
proceed Willi the emulate at once.
A complninl linn lieen ianneil hkhhihI
)el Hnri in thin city lor aniillintf a
yoiinil hoy hy the name of Fiiie. The
trial ban been net lor next Monday nt ten
n'l-l.x k heloie JiiiIuh S'iliD. Mr. Hart
I declare that the charne cannot be nilt)-
t-tantinted.
W S. Kvh-r. on Weilnendav nilit
while Ihe rain wan (ulli'iK in torrenla
mnl the wind lilniviiiK cold, turned In
wile, three iriiln mnl a boy out ol the
hoiie. The reaon (or tin cniliii't
ililliciilt loexolain mid in fact il l-Mik a
if Ihe mull wnn 01'it of hi head lln 'rial
ii hi t for liwlii , hen it lu to he liujn-il
; the niMii will pay wi-II (or hi cruel treat- I
liient. I
j The plnnk mn. I frmn the (inihamj
j church tn WoK'h hill in now tiinli-rointf
' tii'K li iieeileil ri'piiim. All Ihe tld .
i plulikH have been ii-movi"l mid new mien
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pill now n in l lieir Hieao oim om nmu
! hi. loliil been niviii awny tinder the
I heavy travel to which it wnn Nuhjected
and thin bit o( repaiiinit ban been nmlly
! 1, ceded. In fact the 'name repair niiL'ht
1 by rinht 10 extend clear in to l'-ly
1 w here tl.e rond einla.
Fvllrt a leulljr Alturk.
' My wife wan no ill thai koo1 phygi
cimin were unable 10 help tier," writes
M. M. Austin, ol Winchester, ind., but
wan cuinpletelv cured bv Dr. Kinie'l
New l.ile Fill?' They work wondem in
Htomacli and liver trouhlen. Cure Con
stipation, nick headache. "5c at Ueo. A.
HarduiK'n drux ntore.
One of the ntnire ntorien that will ever
remitin n'runi! itini true to auiliencen in
TncleT'iin'riCiibiii," a niimptuonn pro
iluclioii of which, under the able limn
Hirciiient ol Kenn Wanlilnirn, will he
Hiven nl the Sliivelv Opera Hoiine on
.lamiarv HI, when everyone who ban the
opiHirliinity of witnenning the name will
nccliiim it nn one of the heht yet uiven by
any co.i.panj . Time, ellort and expenne
Imvp not been npured in its ntnitinir or
election of rant ami the minulent detail
hnn been tiarelully prepared. There in
no ntory of hook or nlnne that fo deliithtn
the juvenile mind, and it in to be hoped
thai every hov and irl may have their
wImIi to nee it Kratilied.
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The only firHt-clutia SeconJ-lInnl Dealer in Furniture '
Stoves and Utennils. It is worth your titno to come
and examine the ntock. You will find a full line
of New and Second-Hand Furniture, Stoves, Crockery
Hardware, Etc.
Q HihcHt canh price piid for necond hand Kools-
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MAIN ST.lEET . . ,
One Door North of Commorlcal Bank
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Moml V, January 19, Clack ma"
Cloipler No, KovhI An Ii M n-Olirf, mid
Mulliioiiiali l.ode No. 1 A. r. and A.M.
luneiiibleil nl the M.m n.ie bull and en
joyed u delightful haiiiilet. nil I lintelied
liiaveiy i.leai-;i.) lileraty pioitrniume.
The unetiiiit wan not alone opened 10 the
inemheiH, bill h1-t to the mothein, rln
lem, wiven ami ilau.'hteri ol the men.
li limy peihapn Heein like ex.i,iceratnii
to nay thai thin wuh 01 e i f the 11 08
hinhiy enjoyable all'air ever hehl in Ore
lion Ciiy, hut it is no coiihid r. d by many
of Ihe pioinineiil people in attendance,
mid it i nle to nay that mm) y wll 1 never
Have Ihenubj. ft of Munonry any B-rious
lhoiiiil b fore have since thin oclilnliii
mt-etiiit! b nun to think about the matter
u never helms
1'romptly at 'J o'clock the giientH, iinin
heiltiK l.'itl people ai-nemhleil Hround the
heavily laden table and for itnee quar
tern ol an hour ate, drank and were
merry. Oregon Ciiy will think back a
Ion wuvn to remember a feunt more
t 11 1 li 11 if or dcliifhtiul than was this cue,
all llie tabic could hold oil them, the
bent tho iiinr.iet can (urninli and plenty
of it.
At 9 ::10 J. H.Walker, who wan toant
manler lor the occaHion called the meet
to order and introduced Uev. I'. K.
Hammond, who led with au impreaaive
prayer. Following thin Mr. Walker
HHjke in a pleasing manner on "The
Outlines or Foundations Upon Which
Hoyal Arch Masonry Was Laid," brietly
tracinit ihe hintory of the Temple of
King Solomon fiotn its beginning down
to its destruction also the history of the
Hecond temple from its beiniitiin Next
followed a pleasimt nolo bv Mrs. K. C
OanonK. then Col. K. A. Miller delinlned
the audience witti an address on "Our
Country." Kev. V. K. Hammond next
spoke on "Labor and Kefrenhment"
1 ,1 lowed by an address on "Kdtication"
by l'rof. Zuiser. Judge Hyan then spoke
imprefsively on "Urand Chapter of
HoyUI Arch Masonry of Oretion," which
wnn followed by an address on "The
Social Side of Masonry" by It. C. ia-notiK-
Fianklin T. tirillith followed
w ith a discourse on "Multnomah Lodge
No. 1. Mrs. Knna Jones followed with
reiuiirk on "Lodge Attendance" Mis
Mary E. Conyers then sang a solo in a
delightliil manner, followed by an able
address on "Masonry and Its influence"
hy J. K. Hedges.
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We offer One Hundred Dollars Re
ward lor any cane of catarrh that cannot
be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F, J. ClIKNKY A Co.,
l'rous , Toledo, 0.
We, the undersigned, have known F.
J . Cheney lor the last 15 years, and be
lieve him perfectly honorable in all bus
inenn trmiHuctionn and financially able to
carry out any obligations made by their
firm.
W'kst & Tkuax, Wholesale Druggists,
Toledo, O.
WALDtNti, Kisnas A Makvin, Whole
sale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall'sCatarrh Cure is tuken internally,
acting directly upon the blood and mu
cous surfaces of the system. Price 75c
per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Testi
monials (ree.
Hall's Family Tills are the best.
The Enterprise $1.50 per year.
The response to Our January Sale lias been very gratifying. Our
customers have been quick to appreciate the generous price reductions
all through our store. We have tried to get a3 much of the stock out
as possible with Special Prices marked in large figures but it is
impossible to get more than a fraction of such a' stock on tables or
counters. So if you do not see the article you want ask for it and
ask what is the January Sale 1'rice. .....
j ujijuij. Mi WW w Jumna
STOP COUGHING
The more vou conch, the worne you get the more
dillicult it'uiakes the cure. Stop it now with a bot
tle of .
White Pine Balsam
REDUCTION OF
20 to 40 per cent
on the following
lines during . .
JANUARY.
You can try it at our rink. If it d.jen t stop the
cough if it diK-sn't give you entire satisfaction
we will refund your money as cheerfully as we took
it. W e make it ourselves Know that it is pure and
harmless free from opiates acts quickly and can
be relied upon absolutely as family remedy for
coughs colds sore throat and bronchial troubles.
25 and 50 Cents.
Particular People
Are the kind we want for customers People who
want drugs and medicines they know are reliable
People who are not satisfied with anything hut
best Our customers are particular -We have
taught them to be exacting about their drugs and
medicines. We want more customers of the same
kind. We dispense only standardized drugs and
chemicals medicines of known strength, that pro
duce definite result. Let us do your prescription
work.
Toilet Articles, Soap,
Rubber Goods, Brushes,
Tooth, Lather, Nail and
Cloths; Sponges, Chamois
Cutlery Knives. Razors,
Scissors, Manicure Tools,
Games Crokinole, Ping
Pong, Cards; Books, Sta
tionery, Umbrellas, Pho
togra phicSupplies,
Jewelry and Silverware,
leather Goods Purses
Chatelaine Bags, Music
Rolls. Bibles. . ,
iSJ"lLBllAUaa-
FRANK BUSGH
The Housefurr.isher
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The Houssfurnisher
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Kemnant Bale
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Our Carpet Sales were very satisfactory the past season and as a consecpuence of
many sales there is a good number of Remnants on hand. It is our in
tention to sell all remnants at reduced prices and we ask you to
bring the measurements of your rooms so we mav give
an estimate of cost
Morris Cliairs
Through some unaccountable delay by the tnnsporla
tion company we received a lot of Morris C hairs after
the Christmas rush. Now as we are in need of floor
we will close all of them out for
7 50 Each
Warranted Sewing Machines
go for $18 00 as before
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HXO7S7 is the time to look after
your Kitchen Utensils if you need any
pots, pans or kettles. Come and inspect
our Warranted Tin and Graniteware.
There is no equal in the market.