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TUE ENTERPRISE rORRESl'OMV
ESTS SHEEP THE FIELD.
Petition Tor New Hrldce Over the Mo
lIU ACanbr Itlrjrrllot Routs the
Cakhy, Aug. ".Mr. Ptyeo of outh 1-
oota lias bought Mr. Zwk's house ami In
tends to mov into it with his family.
Kretl Hampton will build him i dwelling
house ibis tunimer.
J. Sims ha Wilson, the carpenter, en
KaKl to build him another house here this
We notice, a petition is being circulated
and signed by many men (or a bridge across
the Molalla river between Can by and Bar
low. Pr. Tower, of IjtUumIle, Intends to lo
cate here. He will more with his family
Into one of Jos. Hodue's houses.
Sirs, Crowley has rented Mr. Weed s
house and intends to move into it.
Mr. StOKlilt has vacated the Hedges
bouse and moved into one of J. Situs's
Miss Lncetta Hart who has been sick for
long time Jied last week at her home.
Rev. Gardner and family went to the coast
for a short recreation.
F. Zollncr, the artist, came home from
ML Angel where he has been staying for a
Stopxiill and Morton came back from
Little Nestucca where they have been rusti
cating for a week. They report having bad
a good time and plenty of clams to eat.
O. W. Knight, Millard Lee, Roscoe Mack
and Lee Uowrs came back from Long
Beach. They fay that they bad a splendid j
time. Millard I-ee beat the world's record
on a ten mile bicycle race on the beach ;
time 2ti:. Good for Canby.
Mr. and Mrs. Carlton went to Clatsop for
Mrs. J. II. Irrine and her children went
to Ilwaco for a short stay.
Win. Barlow was in town today. Mr.
Barlow is quite an active nan for bis age,
being now about 72 years old.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Kocher were in Canby
Viola, Aug. 6. Harvesting has already
commenced here, and it will not be long be
fore we can hear the hum of the steam
A good deal of work has been done this
summer on the road toward Oregon City
but it will require much more before the
road will be in good condition to stand the
rainy season. The plank road is good as
far as laid, and the people of Viola deserve
great credit lor doing so much bard work in
order to have a good road.
George Havden was thrown frou a horse
last Monday. The horse kicked him in the
face, knocked out some of his teeth, and
bruised his face quite severely. He was get
ting along nicely when last heard from.
Mrs. Hay den has returned from Portland
where she has been visiting her daughter,
Mrs. Emma Dohyns.
Miss Eva Mattoon Invited some of her
young friends to spend last Saturday after
noon with her, it being her eighth birthday.
Wiil Miller from Portland, spent last Sun
witli his parents.
Griep t Son are sawing and selling a
good deal of lumber of which they are mak
ing a first class quality. Any one wishing
to build would do well in purchasing lum
ber from them.
It is rumored that Mr. Tenney from Ne
braska has bought one of the best farms in
Viola. Best Bee.
Damascus, Aug. 7. The farmers are all
rery busy cutting grain.
The Derby machine will begin threshing
this week. The grange met last Satardar.
Very few were in attendance as it is a very
The grange will give an ice cream
social one week from next Saturday even
ing at Mrs. Thompson's.
Thomas Bohna and family, accompanied
by Albert Bohna and wiie, Mrs. J. C. Elli
tt. Miss Nettie Osborn, Kob Lovelace and
Charlie Thorpe, have returned borne from a
few days camping on Salmon river.
Albert Cook and family returnsd last
Sunday from Eastern Oregon where they
bad been visiting for a couple of weeks.
George Sharpe bad the misfortune tobave
a good horse choke to death last week.
Frank Osborn has bis new house up, and
is getting along with it nicely.
A. Lovelace has returned home from Mis
souri where he has been spending the win
ter with his father.
Miss Mattie Bowman and Helen Blanch
ard, of Portland, are visiting relatives and
friends in this vicinity.
Rev. Fruite's team ran away last Satur
day throwing him and his little boy out.
The boy was quite badly bruised and the
buggy smashed in pieces.
WANTS TO KNOW.
To tii Eimtoh: The people of Dover
would like to ask a question through your
valuable paper in regard to collecting de
linquent laves, and as some parlies are as
much Interested In the collection as we are
In the payment, they will probably give us
a satisfactory answer. On June liUh 8. E.
New called at the sheriffs oHio to pay his
tax which had become delinquent. He
was accompanied by myself. Mr. Hackeit,
deputy in the olllce, looking over the books
told Mr. New that his taxes, school and nil
included, wereJJO.10, mileage f.VS0, and cost
of advertising fc!.tX, making f HUM. Al Mr.
New had only $M..V he came back home
carrying that amount with him. Then, he
understating that the order for sale had
been postponed until July 14th, came to
me on July 8th or IMh to get me to write to
the present sheritf to see what would be his
taxes at thut time, thinking that there
might be more cost added. What was his
surprise on receiving a letter on the very
day his place was soid, stating that his
taxes, including costs and all is $11. 40, but
of course after sale it will be more, and
signed K. C. Maddock by his deputy. Now
you see, Mr. New, who is a poor man could
have paid all at first if things had been
properly stated. As it is his place was sold
and the people would like to know where
the f5.40 would have gone to? Casskht.
PICNIC AT MT. SCOTT.
Lekts, Oregon, Aug. 4th.
To the Editor: On the 3d lust, we had a
grand Sunday school picnic on Mt. Scott
beld by the Mt. Scott German Sunday
school and Portland (east side) German
Emanuel church. It was a grand success,
being children's day and picnic combined.
About two hundred people participated.
An excellent program was rendered by the
Sunday schools. Games of various kinds
were played by the young people, an a
good dinner was enjoyed by all. Mt. Scott
is becoming quite noted for this purpose
and is the scene of many an outing.
Kespectfully, H. I. BITTNEH.
C. F. Zikseb, Albert Bittneb, Sup'ts.
Eagle Creek Cblps.
Eagle C'REf.K, Aug. ". C. A. Plummer,
of the firm of W. P. Fuller & Co., is vis
iting II. Wilbem of this place.
W. A. Mack, of Condon, baa a herd of
nice horses at Stafford's ranch.
There will be a dance at VYIlbem's hall
Clias Hallou recently cut his knee and a
still' leg is the result.
Some of the farmers are cutting their fall
Molall, Aug. 4. Grain has ripened very
fast this week owing to the favorable
weather. Ninety-four in the shade with a
good breeze from the north last Thursday.
Today the smoke that has been settling in
the valley is somewhat cleared away. Our
smokey weather is about two weeks late this
Stilt they come and go for W illicit and
the mountains by the wagon load. Pure
and uudetiled air and water are appreciated
Cncle Jake Harliss returned from Indi
ana last week and reports Oregon still In
the lead for cllmatj.
J. V. Harliss A Co. have their thresh
ing outfit hauled out and are overhauling
it and making necessary repairs pre
paratory to handling with care what the
aphis has lett.
The late grain bas quite as many f
those "sap-suckers" as the tall grain had,
if not more. Their enemy has not
been altogether equal to the emergency.
The amount of damage done will no doubt
be more than has been generally appre
hended because it is already noticeable.
James Moss, of Portland, but formerly a
resident of this vicinity, is visiting old time
friends in the neighborhood.
Orville Odds and Ends.
Obville, August 6. We have not had
any rain for several days.
Mr. Truman bas bis bop house com
pleted and is now read) for drying.
L. Woodcock's hops are the best we
have seen this year. They are not all vines
and no bops, for the vines are well filled.
Those who are looking for jobs as hop
pickers cannot rind a better yard in which
to pick. '
Wild deer are again making themselves
quite conspicuous in this neighborhood.
Last Saturday one came almost into John
Perdue's door yard. Now that the game law
is not in efTect, and some of the Perdue
boys are noted as deer slayers, the deer had
better not repeat their visits too often, or
some one will get a taste of venison once
Kev. Evan P. Hughes has accepted the
pastorate of the Hubbard, Smyrna and El
liott Prairie Congregntional churches. We
will have preaching at Elliot Prairie now
every second and fourth Sunday of each
month at 3 o'clock p. m., beginning with
next Sunday, the 12th of August.
Some of the people of Orville are talking
of going to the coast, and others to the
mountains for huckleberries. Either trip
would not be bad to take as either would
furnish plenty of pleasure.
Clark es, Aug. 6. The picnic at High
land last Saturday was a grand success, the
forenoon being very agreeably spent in list
ening to both instrumental and vocal music.
The Highland band also played a num
ber of nice pieces of music. In the after
noon there was ball playing and dancing.
J. L. G ard is expected borne today from
Yaquina bay where he has been enjoying
sea breezes for about a month.
II. W. Card and wife moved into their
new house last Friday.
Mrs. Ringo and her little boy have gone
to Yaquina bay where she hopes her health
will be benefited.
G. W. Lee is building a spacious barn on
his farm and has it about half completed.
Born, last week, to the wife of Samuel El
mer, a girl.
Harvesting is in progress. Some grain
was cut the past week the yield being good.
School commenced at Timber Grove
school house today with Bert Henderson as
Borikos, Aug. 6. Farmers are busy cut
ting their grain. Most of them are done
cutting their w heat and part of their oats is
Threshing machines will commence to
run about the first of next w eek.
Married, at the residence of W. II. Bor
ings, August 5, lh!H, Miss M. L. Fernley and
W. 8, Wood. Those present were Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Boring, Mr. and Mrs. Isas
Wood, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wood, Mrs.
Toon, Grace Fernley, Orville Boring, Ed
ward Toon and Mary Wood. Mr. Wood
and bride moved to bis place in Powell's
Valley and started to keeping house.
St'MNYatnt, Aug. 7. The threshing ma
chines are heard this morning. Every one
that has grain is In a hurry to get it into the
J. K. IVardorlT and family have gone to
the inounuina to gather berries and have a
good time generally.
Mrs. L. M. Hunter has bought two acres
from her father, Mr. Johnsan. expects
to build soon.
Mrs. McKlnley's daughters are all at
home now making a good visit.
Irving Comstock made a week's visit here
Mr. and Mr. Reed entertained their
nieces from Portland for a lew days.
Mrs. tiritlllh is very ill with the grippe.
Some doubts are expressed of her recovery.
Mrs. DeardorlV of Koek Creek la very sick.
It has been some time since ahe has been
On the isth of July there was a very en
jovahle dance at George Johnson's plai-e
w hich was well attended and well managed
throughout. Messrs. Johnson furnished
the music with Mr. Henna of Portland as
A very interesting meeting which was
well attended was held in the church Sun
tjuite an amount of wood is being hauled
now from here to Portland.
Mr. CliIVs daughter, Mrs. Vivian, Is slay
ing un mm now lorawnne.
A most disgraceful sicne was witnessed
on the Main street Sunday evening. A
young man who hail drunk something
stronger than water was tearing around ami
talking as a young gentleman should not.
All Straw Hats Greatly Reduced
S1.00 Hats for 25 and 50 Cents.
LADIES KID GLOVES FOR 75c; WORTH $1.00.
IF YOU WANT SHOES THAT WILL WEAR
COME TO CANBY.
Salmon-, Aug, 4.' The rush of campers is
fairly begun. Frank Powell and family ar
rived yesterday, also Dr. C. B. Smith and
family ot Eagle Creek, and Uncle John Wil
son and wife of Portland. Wash. F. Allen
of Portland is expected today.
Cal Powell and wife, Miss Ames and Miss
Sylvia Hamlin went up to Mount Hood and
two of the ladies and Mr. Powell succeeded
in reaching the top. They returned to Sal
mon camp on Thursday last. Mr. Powell's
party is going home toduy.
Mrs. J. Smith is still under the doctor's
care but Is new improving. Progress.
Mount Pleasant I'ulnten.
Moi nt Pliisaxt, Aug. ti. Homer Mar
tin is at Wilholt.
Mrs. I'alherins Kellogg is much improved
Miss Annie Wilhart is visiting Miss l.o
Miss Msa Barclay of Oregon City bh
been visiting Miss Ada Hughes.
Miss Minnie Joehnke bus been attending
Mr. and Mrs. Joehnke had a runaway
last Friday while on their way to town.
MA Joehnke was badly hurt though not se
riously. Mrs. George I.aiclle and Master ManliaM
are enjoying these pleasuut ilaysat Wilholt.
Then" w ill be quite an exodus of our peo
ple in the near future to Nestucca w here the
waves are crooning down on the sands by
the still ocean waiting messages from
across seas. VY IIi mama.
Notice Is hereby riven, thil for the nurpm
of asking an eismtuailou ( all pernou who
may crier themselves camtMatrs for texrher
of the n hoola of this eouniy, the t'oiinljr 80I100I
8iiperluteasleui thereof 111 hold a public mm
Illation at the rourt hmi.e in oregxn City, be
diming Wednesday, August s, lH, at 1 o'clock
Persons deslrlnc to take the examination for
tale certificates aud state diplomas will apply
Friday. Auk n.t 10, at s o rlock a in.
H. tt. tilHSON, County fehoul Sup't
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JOS E k . It A IS
Notice of Application for Saloon License.
Notice is hereby siren that the undersigned
will apply to the i lly Council of Oregon City.
Omton, at a mwtlur on Annus! 'I Itfl.
lor the continuation of a IfcetiM for a saloon
the west side ot tlalD street near Fourth.
Oreiton City. Orron, Aurusil IstH.
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