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OEEGON CITY ENTERPRISE, FRIDAY JUNE 6, 1903,
AN OLD SAYING BUT A TRUE ONE
All Wool Except The Buttons
AND THE BUTTONS ARE
The iihovo appliud to our KMAKTKST SUITS FOR TIIK LITTLE
O KNTH, for thiH season. In the smartest and hrihtB. Scotchescolorings
that appeal to you, upon sight. They arc bright awl well tailored; put
together no tlmt they make your little chup look smart and dressy. Suits
Unit will pleaso you, and prices witliin reach.
WANTS TO LOOK LIKE HIS DAD
Chaps between the ag"H of 1" and 10 yearn want to look manly, and they
havo a right to, especially manly littlo chaps, who by manly actions am
entitled to look manly, especially if it don't altogether take away their
boyish looks. Such xuitH oh you find at Michael's. Ont, vent and trousers,
bui'lt hy the bent tailors and no cheap you can't help hut admire 'em.
PLENTY OK MONEY TO LOAN AT
lowest rales. C. H. Dye.
oney to loin at lownl rates.
liKixiti dc umrriTii.
MONKY TO LOAN AT 6 AND 7
per wiit. Farm security. U'Rkh 4
HKIXiKH AORIr KiTH, loflireiiii the
WmihaM liinlilinK,) hav tlia choltenl
ciiy, suburban ml country properly fur
GIRL WASTED FOR GENERAL
housework, (i(Hl wage paid competent
help. Inquire liolioan'l cigar Dure or
This season wo have an elegant lino of
On diHj.Iay in this smartest sliates and lost weaves ranging from
75c to $1.50
Drossy shoes aro always to bo found in our
Wo can please you if you want smart footwear.
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We want your attention that's why wo keep tooting our horn.
We havo tho things to hack up tho noiso we are making, and
wo believe you'll bo willing to say so yourself after you've ex
amined the ofl'erings.
Are recognized as the most
healthful, most stylish, most
modem, cleanest and alto
gether the most desirable.
We are showing no less than
35 different styles and prices
from neat and plain beds at
fj.oo to handsome and highly
decorated ones at f 10.00.
Come and look at them.
I'or porch or lawn. Lightly
made, prices enable you to have
something novel and attractive
without much cost. Theyjare
, as comfortable as they look. It
will wear and look right.
There are imperfect lawn mow
ers and perfect ones. We have
the perfect kind. A little deter
mination, a little push and the
O'WIrre -iflHJlllllllull mower almost 'goes useii. u
is so simple it almost keeps itself in order. We would
like to sell you one for abouff7.50 but of course there
are cheaper ones, not quite so good.
There are good, bad, and indif
ferent grades of garden hose.
Poor hose rots, cracks and bursts.
In two seasons you need more.
That's expensive. Good hose
cost a third more, and if proper
ly cared for, lasts rour times as
long. That's economical. We'll sell you the kind you
want, but advise the best.
FT l VA.
We have them, also window screens
very cheap this season.
Extension Table, 6 ft. fS 50
25c per foot
We guarantee our
MONKY TO LOAN OS REAL PROP
erty hh urity at 0 r cent, also on ap
prove'l clatiel fecurity . U. B. DilliCK,
attorney at law, Ktevens RuildiDg Ore
MONKY TO LOAN-I HAVE REVERAL
hiiiub of monpy bflo"Kini; to private
indiviiluala wlm li 1 am authorized to
loan, on Ioiik time at 6 hihI 7 per cent.
CohI of loan will be made very reason
able. II. K. Chumi, attorney at law.
R. 1.. Holm 'ii, leading undertaker
Oreiion City, Or-on. March U7-tf
IT'S A BEAUTY!
THE HOUSE FURNISH BR
liiuce C. Curry aient Sunday at New
Attorney W. S. U'Ren wa in Salem
J. F. Clark bad business in Portland
Sever Kamsby, of Mulalla, was in the
Wm. Ktubhe, of Currinsville, was in
the city Weduesday.
Mrs. E. E. William, of Portland, vis
ited here iaat week.
J. II. Westover was business visitor
to Portland Saturday.
Countv Jndne and Mrs. T. F. Ryan
spent Sunday at Seaside.
E. I'. Morcom, an attorney of Wood
burn, was in the city Monday.
C. F. Lansing, a Salem nurseryman,
was doing biminecs here Monday.
.Mrs. L. C. Dritfgs, of Portland, visited
relatives and friends here Monday.
Mrs. J. W. I.odi-r visited this week
with Iriends in Salem and Albany.
Mrs. O. W. Mielke, ol Portland, was
the guest ol Miss Draper last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. MarionlPalmer, of Silver
ton, visited with friends in this city this
J 11. lire Gordon . Hayes was in Ilepp-
tbe first part of the week on legal busi
ness. Mrs. Laura Bnedick, ol Portland, was
in the city last Thursday on leital busi
Mrs. Nannie Bailey, of Sherwood, vis-!
ited in this eity the 'latter part of lat-t'
Mips Anna English, ol Portland, was
the iiet of the Misses Albright this
Mis Kena Johnaou, of Portland, wait
a Ktiest at the borne of SheritT Shaver
Gilbert L. Hedges has returned from a
biininefs slid pleamire trip to Roseburg
and San Francisco.
V. R. Hyde and W. B, Jennings were
in Saleia last week on business before
the state land board.
W. H. Conyers and daughter, Mips
Laura, of Clatskanie, were visitors in
this city Wednesday.
Howard M. Brownell baa returned
from the Nebalem country, where be
took up a homestead.
Mrs. Frankie Cornell, of Salem, was
in the city Saturday for a few hours en
route to her home from Portland.
Howard and Jack Latourette have re
turned from Eugene, where they have
been attending the slate university.
Mrs. Captain Spinner, of Columbia
City, Columbia county, was the guest ol
her sister, Mrs. J. R. Shaver, last Sun
day. J. R. Latourette returned to Oregon
City today, where he will remain until
the fall opening of the school. Eugene
Robert A. Miller spent Sunday with
Mrs. Miller in Salem. Mrs. Miller has
been quite ill at the capital city, where
she went for a visit.
David Henderson, formerly of this
city, but now located at Seatile, was in
the city last Friday on his way to East
ern Oregon on a business trip.
Mr. and Mrs. Davies and daughter,
Miss Dorothy, leave Tuesday for their
home in Massachusetts. Tbey have
been residents of this city for the past
Mrs. U. V. Bean, of Seattle, was In
the city last week, the guest of her sis
ter, Mrs. J. l. Hedges. Mrs. Bean was
en route to San Jose, where she will
visit another sister, Mrs. J. C. Lewis.
Lee Harding has gone to Eastern Ore
gon and accepted a position with the
railroad contracting firm of Smyth and
Howard. Mr. Harding has for several
months been engaged in the newspaper
business, having represented a Portland
paper as local correspondent.
A sure sign of approaching revolt and
serious trouble in youi system is ner
vousness, sleeplessness or stomach np
setsv Electric Bitters will quickly dis
member the troutlesome causes. It
never fails to tone the stomach, regulate
the Kidneys and Bowels, stimulate the
Liver and clarify the blood. Run down
systems benefit particularly and all the
usual attending aches vanish under its
searching and thorough effectiveness.
Electric Bitters is only 50c, and that ii
re urne-l it it don't give perfect satisfac
tion. Guaranteed by Geo. A. Harding,
At least, bo everyone says, and we too, think our NEW SODA
FOUNTAIN is good enough for any town or city in Oregon, and
that, by the way, means good enough for ANY state.
We believe you will all agree with us that no one in Oregon
City has drawn quite as good soda as Huntley People from
Portland and every part of the state Bay they don't get as good at
home and now with our additional draught tubes, complete re
frigerator, etc., we are prepared to do better by you than ever.
We are making better ice cream this year than ever before. We
get richer, pureer cream. When made our icecream is almost
a) yellow as June butter and this color comes entirely from the
cream. In fact no eggs, coloring matter, starch, flour or any thing
of that sort goes into our ice cream.
In a day or two our electric motor will lie in perfect work
ing order and we will then be prepared to supply everyone with
ice cream by the gallon or quart.
Friday, June 12th,
is Our Opening Day
We hope you will come. We will have music from 2:00
to 5:00 and in the evening from 7:00 to 9:00, and for every lady
customer we have a souvenir. I
fjLjJ CANADIAN MONEY TAKEN AT PAR J j J J
WILL HOLD SEl'OXI) RETJMOS.
Veterans or First Oregon Caralry and
Infantry Will Meet in Portland.
"Please announce through the col
umns ol your valuable paper that the
Veterans ol the First Oregon Cavalry
and Infantry will hold ttieir second re
union, in conjunction with the encamp-,
mentoltbeG. A. R., at Portland on
Saturday, June 27, 1903. All survivors
ol thoee regiments are invited to attend.
"Newspapers nf Oregon and Washing
ton are requested to publish this notice."
Geo. B, Cubby,
W. M. Hilleaby, Commander.
Turner, May 2Jin, 1903.
Mr. George Marrs and lamily, ol Port
land, visited the family of Ed Andrews
Saturday aud Sunday.
Children's Hats and Baby Cans a
specialty. Miss C. Goldsmith.
Subscribe for the Enterprise.
&. McGLASHAN, Props.
20 Ears Perfection Soap
2 Gallon Can Syrup
Can Pork and Beans
4 Cans Soup
Do Cans Deviled Ham
2 Pounds Bulk Coffee
1 Pound M. tfe M. Blend, very fine
We handle a full line of Valley
and Hard Wheat Flour.
City Treasurer's Notice.
Notice is hereby given that there ara
sufficient funds on band iu the General
Fund of Oregon City to pay all outstand
ing warrants endorsed prior to Mar. 7,
1901. Interest ceases with date of this
notice. F. J. Meybb,
May 22, 1903. City Treasurer.
State of Ohio, City of Toledo,) kg.
Lucas County. (
Frank J. Ch 'ney makes an oath tha
he is 'ha lenior partner of the firm of F.
J. Cheney 4 C J., doing business in the
City ot Toledo, County and State afore
said, and that said firm will pay the sum
of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each
and every case of Catarrh that cannot
be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrali
Cure. FRANK J, CHENEY,
Sworn to before me and subscribed in
my presence, this Gtli iIav of December,
A. D. 1S9G.
A. W GLEASON,
seal Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrali Cure is taken inter
nally end acts directly on the blood and
mucous eurlaces of the system. Send
for testimonials, free.
F.J. CHENEY, & CO., Toledo, 0.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
I now have money to pay county
warrants endorsed prior to Nov. 1, 1900.
Also road warrants endorsed prior to
March 3, 1903. Interest will cease on
such warrants on the date of this notice.
Oregon City, Or., May 15, 1903.
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and examine the stock. You will find a full line
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