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TI1E ENTERPRISE COKRESPOSD-
ESTS SWEEP THE FIELD.
Damascus, Feb. . The people ot Dam
tsjcusarato Iiavtaboata mile of tiilesralk,
fhro'igh the eflorU ol onr energetic people,
ecessity no doubt being the cause, for there
O mud everywhere and some places there
no foundation; the subscription paper
tows a liberal people. The plank will be
laid in the worst places on the road leading
(award Oregon City,
The Weslian Methodist meetings have
come to a close. They had good sited
audiences, bat the good they did, we are
Viable to tell, nevertheless the writer en
jtSved and profited by their efforts to purify
The populists here failed to respond to a
111 that was given out February 5th for the
purpose of considering whether they deemed
It best to atniiate with a party of their like.
The young people gathered at the rest-
6nce of Mr. A. W. Cook's Saturday even
Itg and gave them a pleasant surprise and
passed the time merrily playing games.
Rev. J. Bahr has some of the lumber on
the ground for the erection of the Dunkard
4f)urch bouse to be built soon.
Mrs. J. Tong is quite sick with the la
sjlppe at the present.
The Damascus school is progressing
riioothly with Miss Collins late from Dallas,
folk county, as teacher. The school having
lopped only two weeks which we believe is
touch better fur the scholars.
According to reports Miss Eula Strange
Oaimenced school at the Union school
house Inst Monday.
Mcliko, Feb. 7. The literary society of
fills place is progressing finely. An en
tertainment and box social was given a
etiort time ago. The proceeds to aid in
fcuilding sidewalks in the Tillage. The
fhool bouse was filled to the doors. All
fjiiyed the splendid programme, and the
ttelicioiis contents of the boxes. Prof.
Corner, of Portland, auctioned off the
Mr. S. O.Thayer, oar Tillage blacksmith
wu called home to Portland last week to
attend the funeral of bis mother. We all
af mpatbize with Mr. and Mrs. Thayer in
tfigir tad bereavement.
Mr. Cbaa. Thayer was the guest of his
fctptber in this place last week. Cbas.
Bunks Mulino is all right.
A necktie party was held at the residence
cOJr. F. M. Manning one evening last
wavk. A. good crowd was present and all
Cluyed a good time. Proceeds went to the
.aSJewalk fund. I
Mr. Pierce, mail carrier from Oregon City, I
Bays the roads are impassable, but people
re not aware of the fact. I think Mr
fierce ia a little off. We who occaasionty
Ake a trip to Oregon City are well aware of
fjt tart, that the roads are in a dangerous
-ffjndition and have been impassable for
Dine time. How people travel over them
4Ta conundrum. The bad roads are the
. esnly drawback to Oregon or especially
We hear a great deal of talk now-a-days
afcout the approaching election.
Mr. C. T. Howard, oar genial flouring
anills proprietor, seems to be the unanimous
atoice of the precinct for county commis
sioner. Your correspondent has never
kesrd Mr Howard say very much on the
abject but believe he is tbe right man.
Mr. Howard is widely known throughout
He county, and will no doubt he well sup-
STArroRD. Feb. 8. Yes! we are all alive,
siot dead, but sleepeth.
C. W. Larson has left the parental roof
and himself and wife have set up house
leepinK in the heihsuer residence.
John Gage and wife have gone to house
keeping in their cottage, recently erected
Henry Schati bad several men at work in
Cie woods last week getting out timbers for
John Debers is sawing wood on his
father's Washington county farm.
Jake Peters is clerking in Pepper's store,
Sam Mayer has been ironing cfl an old
John Moses is charing away, preparatory
tti put up buildings in which to live.
John Aden has put in several new gates.
Jno. Turner and Mike Gross have each
had their pictures taken. One of their
f hotos would be quite an addition to any
Xoung ladies' collection.
Miss Katie Priesteris stopping with ber
titter, Mrs. J. A. Turner.
tevival services have been held in tbe
Xaptist church the past week.
W. M. Schatz is having some of the
Umber on bis bill cut for saw logs and cord
Mrs. Weissenborn bas been spending a
fcw days in the metropolis.
notwithstanding a few heavy showers,
Hie past week bas been very favorable for
Red I and Rumblings-
Kbdlakd, Feb. 8.-Tae best winter ever
known iu Oregon.
J. W. Lewis, of Rocky Point, spent Ban
duty with Rev. D. W. Morehouse, near Viola.
While returning from Oregon City, T. W.
Linn and wife's horse got away from them
wftb their new buggy, and before be could
be stopped did considerable damage to tbe
buggy; breaking one wheel out and smash
ing it up in general.
L. Moaner is working for L. Bonney, tbe
bmw sawmill man.
J. Borgfield bas rented bis farm. Tbe
parties are not known lo the writer.
Grandma Sprague bat been on the sick
1st for some time; but is Improving some
f Tate. We hope soon to note ber recovery.
Bev. W. D. Morehouse and J. Lewis left
aka Morehouse home near Yiola for Zion to
take care of the sick of that neighborhood.
We are Informed that there ara upward of
40, sick with measles and pneumonia In
Dogs have been raiding J. Murdock't
sheep ot late.
Mr. and Mrs. Bemell, of Bearer Creek,
were visiting Mr. and Mrs A. Behyiuer the
first of last week.
Fred Bsrgrelilt of this ulaee left for (lis
Klondike gold fields last week. We hope
the energetic fellow makes a auooest In
securing a hark load of nuggets.
Last thtnday evening Rev. Morehouse,
the pastor ol the Redland M. K. church
organized an Epworth league with Miss H.
F. Wilcox at president, D. H. Mother, first
vice-president; Q. Behymer, second vlut
president; Miss A. Bellshaw, third vice
president; F. E. M unlock, fourth vice-president;
Miss M. Stone, secretary; Al 8ld,
treasurer and Mist Hat lis Wilcox, organist.
They have a membership roll of 22.
John 8praRue, of Stone li working for his
uncle, F. W. -prague.
C. Rutherford must have got it in tbe
neck as be has cut bis mustache off. How
about it CbarlevT
Mrs. U McCubben, of Logan was visiting
her mother, Mrs. A. Sprtgue, the last of
It you don't lake the Enterprise yon art
not in it.
Sick horses seem to be a scarce thing in
our town this winter.
E. Mosher was visiting old friends in
Yiola one day last week.
B. F. Linn bas been working on tbe new
road for the past few days with quite a force
of men. Much credit is due Mr. Linn for
the interest he is taking in the opening up
of tbe road between Henreci't school house
and tbe Baker Ferry road near hit mill.
From tbe looks of tbe Yiola news in tbe
Press and Enterprise last week It looks as if
one person was trying to servt two masters,
the book of books says "no man can serve
two masters.'' This applies to women as
well at men.
Dovib, Feb. 7. Tbe weather baa been
rather damp lor the past few days, stop
ping the farmers from plowing and patting
in their grain.
R. Thorp bas taken bis boy to Portland
to be doctoral.
Mrs. French Is visiting friends in Port
land. O. W. Black, of Latourellt Falls it visit
ing bis sister, Mrs. Joseph Dt8hsier.
A. J. Kitzmiller had a log-rolling last
Thursday, which was well attended.
Mr. Bowman, of Eastern Oregon was here
visisting his parents.
R. H. DeShazer took a load of fine applet
to Oregon City last Tuesday.
J. G. and J. DfShaxer and family of Fir
wood were visiting R. H. DeShazer last San-
Joseph DeShazer and family were sur
prised last Thursday night by their friends
coming in with theirbaskets filled with nice
pastry, being bis wife's birthdsy. All en
joyed themselves well and went away
happy at a late hoar.
Maple Une Hews.
Mafli Lasc, Feb. 7. Rev. Mortimer, ot
Oregon City, preached at the school boose
A. S Kleinsmith, of Clarks, has moved
into Dan William's house.
Bert Mellein is home from Portland,
Mrs. J. Shortlidge and Mrs. N. W. Rich
ards are on the sick list.
F. D. Williams leaves for Jumau Tues
Tbe dance at Thos. Davis' Saturday night
was not very well attended, on account of
the stormy weather.
Tbe pupils ot this school organized a
literary snciety on the 28 Inst with the fol
lowing officers: President. Annie Mautz,
vice-president, Myrtle Boen; secretary,
Edith Jackson; committee on program,
Jessie Jackson, KIsieGibbs and Byron Flit
croft. The society will meet the third Fri
day of each month.
Gillian Green returned home today from
a week's visit with his grandparents at
Myo Brayton, who lias been working on
tbe steamer Ruth, is at home for a few
A. Bryant and Miss Katie Mautz, of
Portland, were the guests of the letter's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Mautz, Monday
Miss Elsie Brayton, or this place, and
W. H. Blood, of Carlton, Yamhill county,
were married Monday morning, at Oregon
City, and left immediately for the groom'a
Smybha, Feb. 8. Tbe rain teems to be
over for tbe present and the tan is shining
brightly while we are scribbling.
Miss Mable Schwartz went to Hubbard
yesterday to stay with tbe family of Rev
J. M. Dick for several weeks.
Joe Schwartz went to Oregon City this
morning to look after some land business
for Mr. Busbard.
G. Olson bas sold his land near Canby
and moved bis family In with S 0. Donald
son while he is building a house on the
land he bought of Joe Johnston.
We are glad to see the harmony among
the Republican factions in Oregon City aa
reported in last weeks Enterprise, "let the
good work go on" let us be republicans
with this qualification. Tbe best men for
Eagle Greek Notes.
Eagle Cbekk, Feb. 7,-The weather here
bas been very rainy for a lew days back.
Last Tuesday night there was a lodge
organized at this place known as the order
or the Maccabees of the World. Most of
the prominent men or this section joined.
Mr. Richard Gibson made a business trip
to Portland last week.
The measles are raging over In tbe Gar
field precinct and in the southern part of
Eagle Creek precinct. Tbey have bad to
close the schools. There wat one death
about 10 dayt ago, out of Mr, Yocumb't
boyt died fiom Hit ellectt ol the measels
and pneumonia combined
L. Douglas had a barn-raising Saturday,
although tl waa very rainy the hands suo
ceeded in raising tht frame complete
J. W. Douglat ttarted to Dufnr today to
visit hli family. He wat accompanied by
hit ton, Walter, who It going tast ol the
mountains to work this tummer.
Mr. and Mrs. W J. Howlett went down
to Damascus last Tuesday to visit tht Cooke
family. Wednesday wat the birthday of
Mrt. Howlett and Miss Nettle Cooke, to
they celebrated together.
Mr. Drake la running bit tawmlll quite
steady lately, to business In tht lumber
trade must be Improving.
Qaipiii.d, Jan. Si). There It Karcely a
house but there it from one lo four down
with tht measles. Mr. Yoakum's were tbe
first to lose one from that disease, being
their tecond ton. He wat very much liked
by those who new him and gained the
friendship of those with whom he came in
contact. Hit last hours on earth were seiit
In devotion to his maker, ask ng all to join
him in prayer for himself and bis relatives.
He gave hit heart lo God on New Year's
Eve and was secretary of tbe Sunday school
of which he bat been a member for a num
ber of years. Hit remains were laid to reel
in Mont Zion cemetery. Funeral services
were conducted by Rev. Moorehouse on
Februarys. Archie, another son, it quite
low yet but Is somewhat Improved.
Mr. John t'almateer is quite poorly, hav
ing a slight attack of lagrippe.
The measles are Indeed an epidemic in
this vicinity. Mrs. Boy er, a ton and step
ton, four cases in the family of John Davit,
Wm. Palmaleer and family, R. Crawford
and many others are ottlicted with tht dis
ease. Mr. John Palmateer't have received a
letter from their daughter at Dufar bring
ing the tad newt that the it very low with
that dread disease consumption.
Mrs. Ely's daughter, Mrs. Wilson, ol
Eastern Oregon, started for Salem to vl-it
relatives, after making Mrt. Ely and sons a
Mr. James Surface is still growing worse,
gradually losing the use of bit limbi from
brain trouble. He being a man well on In
years his recovery is very doubtfully.
Mrs. Surface received a letter from her
son, Emerson, in Virginia, stating he
is homesick lor Oregon and thinks Webloot
the best place of all.
E. Halltway bas leased tbe store building
at Currinsville and ia patting In a full stock
ot merchandise which ht expects to sell
reasonable. He will movt bit family into
H. Currln't residence, and bat left bit larm
in care of Mr. Ed. Noble, of Currinsville.
Wt are sorry to lose such good neighbors
as Mr. Halllway and wife, but our loss Is
Currinsvlllt's gain. Wa wish them great
success In their undertaking.
Henry Anders fell from a load of hay he
was hauling and dislocated both shouldars.
Mr. Sligar was with him, and being a man
of nerre, he put Mr. Ander't shoulders in
place again, that living many painful
houra for tht pttient, who, by the way, says
if any one suffers a dislocation, just call on
Mr. Sligar. He can do a good job.
Electric Hotel Arrival.
John B. Preston, Philadelphia.
Mrs. O. Melton, Vancouver.
Wm. Bard, Springwater.
J. E. Jack, Marquam.
8. E. Jones, Chicago.
James Steel, Chicago.
E. M. Mack, Sacramento.
M. Wilgus, Sacramento.
B. K. Walton, San Joee.
C. E. Hicks, Hillabo'ro.
J. P. Hicks, Hillaboro.
F. II. French, Portland.
Mra. It. Lutke, Portland.
J. M. Poorman, Woodburn.
J. R. Linn, Salem.
Lewis Karth, Highland.
John Lancaster, Salem.
J. B. Davis, Newberg.
The Electric hotel is tbe finest in the
city and fi rat-class in all its appointments.
Electric cars stop in front of the door.
Report of school district number 59 for
the term of three months ending Jan. 28.
Number on roll during the term 37.
Largest number present on any one day
35. The following were not absent titer
beginning of school : Sophia Meyer,
Bennie Casto, Charley Caito, John Ber-
key. Janie Yoder, Daniel Kilmer, and
Amos Lias. Patrons and friends are
cordially invited to vifit the school.
Elizabeth Tllio, Teacher.
Report of school district number 10.
Days taught 79; days attendance 438;
davs absence 25; times tardy 12; visitors
during term, 42
Wm. Ha yiiubst, Teacher.
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For sale by Charman & Co., Cbarman
Farm to Kent.
The 258 acre farm of D. L. Stone in
west part of Clackamas county north of
Tualatin river near Cooke's switch.
Write to or call (except Tuesdays and
Fridays when in Oregon City) on
E F. Riley,
Room 608 Chamber of Commerce Port
lfradarh stopped In 28 mlnntea by Dr.
Miles' flu Piua "One cent a dote,'
STATE X liWS.
At Ht'ppner Inst Monday, James
IIagir sold to Marshall and Furnish, of
Pendleton, 3(XK) head of yearling thorp
at ;1.00 a head to tie delivered about
The moasloa epidemic lias struck
Pendleton and In ronsequonce one ol the
schools has been closed. It ia said the
number of rama It decreasing and that
school work will probably be returned in
a week or two.
Nicholas Welde, a German wood cut
tar, living near Sherwood In Washing
ton county, was Instantly killed last
Monday by falling from a high trestle on
the railroad, He was about 40 years of
age and is thought to haye no relatives
Upon a reqiiiaition of the governor ot
California, Governor Lord last Saturday
leaned a warrant for the arrest ol Robert
F.mmet lUUupa. The warrant was
place I in the hands of Levy Last, agent
for the state of California. liilltipa is
wanted in Siskiyou county, to answer to
the charge of receiving pomonal prop
erty known to have been stolen, llil
In pa was in jail at Portland.
1-ant Monday at Albany was the day
set for opening bids in Judge Hewitt's
court for the purchase of tho Albany
woolen mills at receiver's sale, P, A.
Goodwin, rtrv'!itiig a company of Al
bany citisens, was the onlv bidder. He
bid $17,500 for tbe property, including
the building, machinery and plant com
plete. The question of accepting or re
jecting the bid was taken under advise
ment by tbe court, and will be decided
within a few dayt. If the bid ia accepted
the Albany company will be Incor
porated to operate the mills.
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When writing the doctor, pli-aiw men
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FIRST C'ONUKKliATIO.NAL CHUKCH.
Rev. I. W. Hu 1 r. Pastor. Hervlcet at 10 JO i. a.
aud 1M r. M. Sunday School after morning
service. Player meeting I liundav evennit !
7 SOo.clock. Prayer meeting of Young People's
Society of Christian Endeavor every Sunday
evening at 4:30 prnmpk
FIRST BAPTIST CMPRCH. - RlT. It L.
Kcoo, Pastor Mornluc Service at 1 :); Hundai
School at 11:14; Evening Service 7:30; Regular
prayer meeting ' hutsday evening. Monthly
Covenaut Meeting every Wednesday ereulni
preceding the Drat Sunday lu the mouth. A
eorulal Invitation to all.
8T. JOHN'S CHURCH. CATHOLIC Riv. A.
HlLl.aaaANO, Pastor. On Sunday ma at S and
I0.3U a. M. Kvery second and fourth Sunday
Germau sermon after the S o'clock mass
At all other mantes Kugllah si-rmous. Sunday
School at '4:u p. a. Vespers, apnlogotlcal
sunken and Benediction at 7:30 r. M.
METHODIST EPISCOPAL Cllt'KCII.-K.r.
I. 1. Jo t; Pastor. Morning service at 10:45:
Suuday School al 10. UU. Cl.ui meetlug after
morning service. Evening service at 7:30.
r.pwortn League meeting suuday evening al
M; Prayer Meeting Thursday evening al7j.
strangers cordially Invited.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CIII'RCH.-Rav. A
J. Montgomery, Pastor. Services at II a.m. and
7:30 r. M. Sabbath School at 10 a. u. Young
i-eopie s Bocieiy 01 ;nriatinu Kiiueavor meets
every Sunday evening at 8 30. Ihmaday
evening prsyer meetlug at 7:80. Beats free.
Erin-. Pastor, i. K. KlIKKT Al-tint.
Preaching services evert Sunday at 11 A. M.
and 7:30 V. M Sabbath sohnol every Suuday at
lu A. M. M-. . hu ' ii iii sunt, frayer Meeting
every I bursday evening
GERM AX LUTHERAN ZIOX'S COX-
gri-Kalional church. Kev. F. Hark, pastor.
Services every Hiimlay al 11 A. M. Hunday
school at 10 A. M.
8T PAUL'S CHURClI-Kilcopal-W.
D. Williams, D. I)., minister in charge.
Hunday (school at 10 a. m., services at It a.
m. and 7:30 p.m. Krldavs at7:30 p.m. even
inir pritver service with an address, beats
free. A cordial invitation to all the ser
vices. In baying seeds " eeonomv la
aitrmTaaanea."bcauM the cost
of cultivation wasted on InfsrtortMda
always largely exceeds tba original
cost of tbs bast and dearest SMds to
be bad. The beat la always the
cheapest. Pay a trifle more tor
and alwayi get your money's worth.
jne csnts per paper ayerywnera. .
Always tn best. HeM Annual rrea. .
A. W. PHILLIPS,
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Moving attended to promptly and
Special rates given on hauling to
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