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THE ENTERPRISE CORRESPOND
ENTS 8VKEP THE HEED.
Sandy Farmer Kt-Jolc In Uttoi Crop
Prospects Cum pel's from Sandy to
Mt. Hood Loral Doings.
Pakdy, Aug. 10. A grft many people
have passed through here the last few weeks
to secure cool sihiis in the mountains Tor
the benefit of their health. The travel to
the mountain this year has been the largest
ever known from Sandy. In some cool
place or by a pleasant creek doiens of camps
Harvesting is in full blast and the hum of
(be self-binder and reaper can be heard from
morn till night. The farmers are jubilant
and happy over their grain crop which
premises to be the best ever known in this
Considerable complaint ol sickness is
being made by people of this place. Mr.
(lantendine's family is down with what is
supposed to be whooping cough.
Mrs. Mary Minchi, who was a ternblesuf
ferer from a cancer for a month, died Sun
day evening at ten o'clock. The body was
brwight out from the Portland hospital and
buried in the Sandy Kidge cemetery last
Wednesday, She leaves four small chil
dren to mourn their loss. They are now
without parents and home.
The Sandy Kidge Sunday school held a
picnic last week which was attended by a
large crowd. All had a pleasant time.
At the last meeting of the Presbyterian
church society it was decided that a church
will be bunt at once, and an acre of ground
was purchased on which to erect the build
ing one-fourth of a mile east of town. Her
man limns and Henry Cook ere elected
trustees. These gentlemen will at once
make preparation for building.
J. R. Duncan is building an addition to
Nels Nelson is busy building a big frame
H. Brans has several carpenters and a
plasterer at work on his house.
QF. A. Meiuig is basy at work laying the
concrete foundation for his new residence,
A large crowd of young folks of Sandy
spent a pleasant and enjoyable time at the
picnic at Currinsville on the Mb.
The people of Pleasant Home are making
great preparations at their park for the sev
enth annual reunion of veterans and sons
of veterans which is to be held August 18.
All are cordially invited. Come one, come
all, and enjoy yourselves with our patriots.
Sandy people are making arrangements
to attend the reunion at Pleasant Home.
Shvb.ia, August 13. Rev. E. B. Hughes
filled his first regular appointment at the
Congregational church yesterday at 11 a. m.
W. H. Yoder has his brick kiln well un
der way. He has been tiring since Thurs
Voder A Schwarts started their steam
thresher the last of the week. Grain Is not
turning out as well as last year.
S. W. Hardesty and bis daughters. Edith
nd Mabel, attended services at Smyrna
yesterday morning and visited in the neigh
borhood during the day.
Several minor accidents happened in the
neighborhood last Sunday. In the morn
ing Miss Mabel Schwarir and Etta Wyland,
while on their way to Sunday school, man
aged to upset their cart, throwing both girls
out into the dost. Aside from slight bruises
nd dusty clothes no damage was done.
While Mr. Wyland's family were on their
way home from church three boys standing
in the back end ol the wagon were thrown
out backwards. John Fortune had the mis
fortune to strike on the back of his head,
rendering him unconscious for several
boors. The other boys fell on John and
Sam Smith and his son Fred hare their
hop bouse about completed. Wm. Thomp
son also has a bop house under way on
wbat is known as the Dolshag farm.
We hear talk of a new school bouse in the
Eamson (No. 6) district. It is badly needed,
Our saw mill is running full time again,
but with an all around redaction in wages,
lumber and price of custom sawing.
Rev. McLain, of Clarkes, preached to a
large and attentive audience at the church
on Sunday evening.
Fred Watson and son Jim are up in Polk
county working with a threshing outfit.
Interesting Neighborhood Notet-Oood Crops
Hoon Vuw, Aug. 13. Horn, August 8, to
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sccly, a ten pound boy.
Farmers in our midst are busy cutting
grain and harvesting is generally under
Miss Crockett, of Portland, Is sending a
Tew days with the Misses Moore.
Mrs. U B. Brown, Mrs. Ueo. B. Seely,
and Mrs. Barber are vu our sick list this
Mrs. IVny Bell of Newberg lately spent a
few days with her daughter, Mrs. Brown,
John Butsou made a Hying trip to the me
Mr. Sapp has fitted up his two new hop
dryers with two stoves each.
Mrs. C. 0. Pavla and two children are on
their farm for a summer's vacation.
Prof. W. V. Graham Intends spending
the coming week at Soda Springs,
Prof. Yorick, lately from the East, and
Miss Brown ol the Salens university, have
just returned home after a two weeks visit
at Graham's Ferry. Tliey were delighted
with the country here.
Hops and hop pickers are in abundance
in this neighborhood and picking time will
soon be at hand. Anna.
(Crowded out last week)
Wtt.UBi'RU, Aug. !. W. A. Campbell
and family will start for Ml. Hood with a
party from Sherwood next Monday.
A. K.Wills is hauling lumber lor a new
house on his ranch six miles above Baker's
bridge on the Clackamas.
Mr. Bui-beggar and family came home
from the mountains last Monday.
W. S. Kerns and family have gone to the
coast to stay three weeks.
I.ee Wills was down from E.igle Creek last
week. He reports crops looking line.
Good tishing In Johnson Creek., Mr. Mc
Guire had belter come and try bin luck.
Suckers and crawfish are plentiful. Bring
John Storan has gone East with his
family. They will slay three or four weeks.
WiiLSBi-iiii, Aug. 14. The burg has been
overstocked with tramps and thieves the
past week. Sunday morning at 4:30 Mrs.
Bucheggar heard a noise outside, and look
ing through a window she saw some one
near the chicken house. She woke ber
husband who gave chase. The burglar ran
around the block owned by John Storan,
where he dropped his sack which contained
twochickens. At this moment to other
men ran from Storan's place. It is tint
known what tbey got as Mr. Storan is at
the coast. Mr. Carlson's place and several
others were visited during the week. Last
Saturday night some one went into Mr.
Shriner's woodshed and stole a new pair of
shoes and a pair of pants, and also helped
himself from tlie garden patch.
A. X. Wills and wife went up to their
ranch last Sunday to camp two weeks.
The new church building will soon be
finished, as the Wrinkey Bros, are putting
on the finishing touches.
First of the Threnlitut Indicates Light Vteld-
Ukim-and, Aug. 4.V-Harvesting Is In full
blast in this section.
John Kichardson has bought a steam en
gine to run his thresher, and yesterday he
commenced threshing, beginning with Colin
& IMllar'a wheat, threshing over IM0 bushels
iu a little over a half a day. The wheat is
turning out lighter than was expected.
Campbell A Kelly have also bought a
team engine to run their thresher.
Justice Funk had his tirxt caw last Mon
day, it being an action to recover money.
Misses Mattleand Miaa Ilovt, ol Univers
ity Park, Portland, are visiting Mrs. Win.
Johnson, and last Thursday the neighbors
gathered in to give the voting ladies a sur
prise. A very pleasant evening was spent.
W. H. Pempster returned a week or two
since tnim Amity, and yesterday he left for
Eastern Oregon with I,. Shank.
W. P. Herkeyhas been carpentering, hav
ing recently rv roofed, built on porches, and
otherwise improved John Williams's house;
also built a granary for A. T, Plowman.
Mr. Berkey has the contract for building
tin house for S. Krechelsky this summer.
.Many others are making extensive improve
ments on dwellings and hams.
Miss Anna HickcnbothaYh has just re
turn) d from a visit to relatives at Molalla.
Corn kki.1, Aug. IS. I.. Shirley, who
keeps store at the cross roads below this
place at Pleasant Home, met with a sail fate
on the evening of the 7th. He, with his
wife and child, went on a pleasure trip to
the coast (or a month. Tbey started from
Pleasant Home July '.Hi. The party were in
high spirits, animated with the anticipated
pleasure of the trip. Mr. Shirley, In com
pany with his uncle C. Hedge, of Zionlown,
in Multnomah county, was coming in from
a day s fishing. They were driving in a
buggy acd came to Slab creek. It looking
so clear they drove in, not thinking there
was any danger. Hut alas, the horse went
over the edge of a rock that was concealed
in the water, throwing both men out. Mr.
Shirley was an expert swimmer but got en
tangled in his fish line and drowned in ten
feet of water, while Mr. Hedge, who could
not swim, made use of the buggy cushion
which floated to him and got nut. Mr.
Shirley's remains were sent to his parents
who live in Lebanon, Indluna. His wile
and uncle accompanied the remains over
the I'mon Pacitlc.
P. B. Newman and wife, who have been
visiting his brother at this place, started for
Cat., on the l.'lih of this month, where he
will visit his uncle for a short time and then
return to his home and friends in Iowa.
Mr. Hangelrum, who had his knee
thrown out of place about three weeks ago,
is able to be up and around again.
All Straw Hats Greatly Reduced
$1.00 Hats for 25 and 50 Cents.
Beaver Creek Breeze.
Beaver Cbeek, Aug. 13. The people are
returning from the coast. Miss Rowan re
turned from Newport on the 4th and Messrs.
Davis and Harris with their families from
Little Nestucca on the 6th inst. All report
A gentleman by the name of Imel has
been employed to teach the Beaver Creek
Robert Guenther will teach the Upper
Logan school the comming winter.
There were no services at the First Pres
byterian church at this place yesterday,
Kev. McKinley, the pastor, with bis family
is enjoying a couple ot week's outing at Mt.
Some of the people of this community are
talking of going to the mountains for
Molalla, Aug. 11. The forenoon August
fog has appeared.
The Steel Range company is doing busi
ness in this locality.
Herman Brothers rolled out their thresh
ing mochihe today.
J. V. Harless has moved into bis new
residence on Triangular Eminence.
New road work west of this place has
given the place much of an enterprising
W. A. Shaver had a barn raising last
Teasel harvest is under headway at A. J.
John D. Jordan's hop house is nearing
Mrs Lilly Scott, of Woodburn is visiting
Grain is turning out light.
Ho! for the huckleberry patch.
Monnt Pleasant Pointers.
MorxT Pleasant, Aag. 13. Arthur Rus
sell is beside the sea.
Miss Ednetta Chase, of Oregon City, bas
been engaged to teach tbe coming term of
A. S. Lawton Is able to be around again
although sadly changed in )ersonal apear-
Miss Ada Hughes will leave us about
the first of October to take charge of the
school at Canyon Creek. We wish her suc
cess. McArtbur Bros, are in the neighborhood
with th eir steam threshing machine doing
good work. Messrs. Williams, Lawton,
Johnson, John and Benj. Heiidrickson re
port good yields.
Mrs. Will McCord's surviving twin, Ruby,
has been very ill with whooping cougb and
malaria. The physician advises ocean
breezes (or the little patient. Mrs. McCord
intends testing the efficacy of the prescrip
tion by taking the little girl to Nestucca.
Tbe grain is almost garnered, and as it is
now not modest for Ruth to glean tbe stub
ble fields it will be rather dull, especially
since the heirs of the butterfly have pene
trated such a rare joke on the bounteous
springtime blossoms. There is something
wistful In these blessed August days, that
hint of tbe phantom of years long past com
ing down the glory of the autumn leaves.
Glorified mother earth! your children, the
forest trees, will soon strew at your feet the
clothes you lavished upon them witb April
showers. Vox Huhasia.
Damascus, Aug. II. The whistles of the
numerous threshing machines can he heard
In every direction. The grain in this sec
tion turns out to be more injured by the
aphis than was exacted. The Putiglas A
Seller machine intends to go up in ttie Eagle
Creek country the last of this week.
J. R. Morton is building a rock cellar. It
is to be 14x11 feet.
Mrs. A. Bohna has been very sick since
she returned from the mountains, but is
now slowly Improving.
Mrs. Houk has gone to Hutteville to visit
friends and relatives.
Horn, August 7th, to the wife of II. Prelt-
ha.ipt, a son.
The Deep Creek club met the Damascus
club last Vunday to play a match game of
base ball. The Fiddler's Green bojs were
J must decidedly " not in it,'' the score stand
ing l tm v-mri- iu bia.
John Johnson is getting the timber on
the ground for a new house on his ranch.
Bobikos, Aug. 13. Threshing machines
have commenced to run. Three are in Da
Most of the farmers in the vicinity of Da
mascus have not got their oats cut yet. The
oats in this part have got lots of the aphis
on them, but they do not seem to be doing
Mrs. Hickey had the misfortune to break
ber left wrist last Monday. They took her
down to Clackamas for surgical treatment
and she has not come back yet.
Mr. Shirley, a merchant of Pleasant
Home, was drowned while over to the coast.
A party were fishing in Slab creek and were
not paying much attention when the tide
was coming in and in attempting to cross
the creek be was drowned. His body was
taken back to Bloomington, Illinois.
Albert Rlcby had a runaway the other
day, but it did not do any damage.
Spkisgwater, Aug 14. Farmers are most
through cutting wheat and are ready to be
gin cutting oats. They will begin stacking
Bev. R. Sylvanus and family returned
from tbe Willboit Springs on tbe 7th.
Quite a number from Springwater at
tended the picnic at Currinsville on Satur
Mrs. Sanson and little girl, of Portland,
are visiting with her sister, Mrs. Annie
R. Hargrcaves and family are visiting rel
atives in Oregon City and Gervais.
An artist from Silverton is camped at W.
J. l-ewellen's store, and is taking some fine
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward
for any cane of Catarrh that cannot tie
cured by Hall's Catirrli Cure.
F. J. CHENEY 4 CO. Props. Toledo, 0.
We the undersigned, have known F. J.
Cheney lor the last 15 years, and believe
him perfectly honorable in all Lindners
transactions and fiinancially able to
carry out any obligation made by their
WkbtA Tkuax, Wholesale Druggists,
Walm.no, Kinnan & Mabvin, Wholesale
Droits, Toledo, 0.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter
nally, acting directly on the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system. Price
75c. per bottle. Sold by all Druggists.
To Good Templars.
Do you know that Moore's Revealed
Remedy is the only patent medicine in
the world that does not contain a drop
of alcohol ; that the mode of preparing
it is known only to its diicover ; thut it
is an advance in the science of medicine
without a parallel in the nineteenth
century; that its proprietors offer to
forfeit 1 ,000 for any caHe of dyHpcpsia
it will not cure?
If you want an attractive sign see
Davis the, painter. Portland prices.
Shop back of Pope & Co.'t hardware
NO TICK rOK liltm.
Notice Is hereby given, that sealed bids will
be received by the County Court of Clackamas
county, Oregon, on or before 2 o'clock P. m. of
the ijtn day of September, ls!)4, to raise the ap
proach of the east eml of the brldxft across
Hock Creek on the Marlon Hamson road, and to
extend the same aa a trestle on a level with said
bridge across Hock Creek bottom Said trestle
to be about S0O fee: Ionic, and a further approach
to the same of about 71) feet. Hald bids to be
opened at 2 o'clock p. m., September Rlh, IHH.
A depositof 5 per cent, ot amount of bid to ao
compauy each bid. The county reserves the
right to reject any and all bids.
g-17:-31 OKO. P. JIOKTON, Clerk.
NOTICE OK APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTKIX.
Notice la hereby given, that the undersigned
hat been appointed by the County Court ol
Clackamas county, Oregon, executrix of the last
will of Jacob flosa, deceased. All persona hav
ing claims against the enisle of the auld Jacob
Hon, deceased, are hereby notified to present
Ihe same, duly verified, for payment to the
underslgiiod, or at the office of llrownell &
lreer, Oregon City, Oregon, within six
months from this date.
MOPHIA BOSS, Executrix.
Oregon City, Oregon, August 10, 1XU4.
Bkownkm, & tlBEssKK, Alt I for Ex'x. 8-17:9-14
LADIES KID GLOVES FOR 75c, WORTH $1.00.
IF YOU WANT SHOES THAT WILL WEAR
COME TO OANBY.
Dress Goods Just in From the East.
fironftrift.q always the lowest.
IlAlUCUIOIiST & COMPANY,
151 Front Street. HARDWARE Portland, Oreil.
Northwvalxru Aieiils for
Lanes oecMetU --Tultlot'Hilh Pritrr Lane
Crescent Wedges (warranted.) V A S Proof Chain. Arcade Files.
Loggers and Wood Choppers Specialties.
Oregon City Agent,
liope. CrcHccnt Neo
WILSON A COOK
Qrepu I? ifcp
...IS THE ONLY...
Complete one in Cluclcn-
Electric Power. Fast Prcs
FINE COMMERCIAL PRINTING.
POSTER and COLORED WORK.
FOR ASTORIA-FAST TIME.
STR. SARAH DIXON,
tiKO. M KIIAVO. Madrr,
Will li'ftvc Portland f'Xit of Matl
ixon utrt't t MondnvH, WeiliiemlnyB
and FriduyH, nt 15 o'clock A. M. for
Clatskanie & Way Landings.
Ueturning llin HteiuinT will nw)
Oak jKiint at 4:1."; Kuiner, i :t M -Knlaitm,
r.:iri; St. IMerm, :(KJ A.
M., on TuiHilayx, Tlnirrnlayg ami
Tlio coin puny roworveu tlio right
to change time without notice.
For freight or piiHHnngcr rntca
apply to dock clerk at Portland, foot
WitHhington Storon lionrd steamer.
Thin is the nearent and moHt di
rect route to tho Nehalein valley.
River Route, via.
Joneph Kellogg Trillin. Co.
STR. JOSKIMf KKLLOC.r.-leavcK
KcIho Monday, Wcdiienday and
Friday, at (J A. M. Leaven Port
land, TueKtlay, Thursday ami
Saturday at 7 A. M.
STR. NORTH WEST Leaves Port
land Monday, Wednesday and
Friday for Kelso and Upper Cow
litz river points, returning the
Leaves foot of Yamhill st., Portland.
Leaves Portland daily, except Sunday, 7 A. M.
Leaves Astoria daily, except Saturday, 7 P. M.
Connects with Seashore Railway for all points on Clatsop Leach.
Tug Ilwaco from Ilwaco connects at Astoria with Telephone every
night, except Saturday, for Portland. Tickets of all other lines good on
This is tho only direct route to
reach all Cowlitz river points.
WM. R. 1I0LMAN, Agent.
Taylor Street Dock, Portland, Or.
Nutli'ft of Application for KhIihih Mrcime,
Notice In hereby given Hint the oiKlnmliriii'il
will Hiily to tlmClly Council ol Orcein City,
Ori'Knii, at t miwtliiK on Antrum 'Si, lH'.il,
for tlio continuation of a Hcmme for a anloou on
tho worn aide of lialu atrcct near Kiiurlh
Oregon City, Oregon, Auguat 2, 1M4.