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2 OREGON CITY ENTERPRISE, FRIDAY, MAItCH 10, 1M9
STarroan, Or., March 7. Miss Julia
fcpooner hat just closed llio inter term
vt tchool which the u riiKniC'il to
fininh. I bit morning another young
lady commenced the spring term. Her
nam ha nut Ix'en patced into our
return to of coiirne it it nol lu our
x.er to itive never worry, all
mil be mtde riht in due time.
We ire torry to note that no provision
whatever hit been made (or cleaning
Die school building. It needt it much.
The annual school meeting patted iff
very quietly Momltj afternoon. Frank
Tolivka was reelected rlerk to nerve bit
third term in that rapacity and John
Wasco was elected director. A one and
ne fourth mill tax waa voted (or the
purpose of building a wood house and
nuking a cistern complete. The wood
Jiout will be covered with rustic and
painted and t In rue enough to bold at
lettl fifteen eordt of wood.
Mr. WeiMenhorn and daughter, Anna,
tpeut Monday p. m. with Mrt. Gage and
How are your bent? Our are laying
rs ent'iigh for an army.
Mr. M. A. Gage spent Sunday with
lier daughter, Mrt. Howard, o( Weet
Mrt. Marry Shiewe, widow ol the late
John Shiewe, it very airk. Any kind
net (rom neinhltort would umloubtediy
be rry tcccptable,
The corner grocery man baa got op
qu'te a tupply ol wood.
fbtt. Polivka bat leen baulitig
potatoes for Mr. Weiwnborn, alto tome
Wm. Jaster'a tnnling countenance
once more beama down upoii ut. Wm
Las been working in Portland.
Reichles are ptcgretting nicely with
their ttump pulling and ere long will
have quite a field cleared.
Some very nice weather this month.
The tchool entertainment on Saturday
evening laxt waa well not up with a very
pleasant programme and with Mitt
Tally at leader w at o( courae a decided
Krank Manning. Jr., our mail carrier,
it laid up with la gripiH, but we are
glad to learn be it improving.
The new aurvey on Pane'i Hill it live
and tix per cent ; on Spangler Hill aeven
CharleaO. Hoy 11 Ion bat tiadod (arms
with F. M. Amen and will move on hit
new place near the Trulcnger tchool
house (hit week.
Farm (or tale or rent; poaaestdon Im
mediately. Inquire at the Muliuottore.
We underMand Mr. C. T. Howard will
have the Hnckner creek route (or a road
turveyed immediately at hit own ex
pense. The K. 0. T. M. order of thit place
are contemplating building a new ball in
the near future.
Jiew Era Nvtet.
New Ea, March 7. The weather baa
been very fine the latt few dayt, but ia
We are glad to tee Mr. Anthony
around town again.
G. H. Brown it still on the tick list
The Union Sonday School of tbit
place purchased one dozen tone bookt.
The Search Light to lire at Sunday
School. Everybody ia welcome.
II. M. Bogai baa built a new addition
on bit pre times.
The school meeting patted off quietly
Monday evening. Guest the women
stayed at home ihie year.
Seme of Mr. Wickhama woodchoppert
bare quit. ' They should give the
Twilightert a roundup before they leave
Wben you go to Oregon City on a
wheel look out you don't run oyer the
Mabqcax, March 6. The past week
lias been stormy but today it ia sun
shiny and bright.
Mr., Mrs. and Mitt Delia Webb are
visiting friends Dear Marquam,
Tlie entertainment Friday niht was a
Mies Clara Quinn has the mumps.
Wm. Bartb bat fenced in his houtte.
The I. 0. G. F. lodge it improving all
The farmers have commenced plowing.
Charlie McConell'a baby died last
Mr. Wm. Nicholson hat the measles.
The oldest man in Marquam is Mr.
Je Allen. He is over a hundred
IIanmoky. March 6. -Our annual school
meeting was held today. Mr. W, II
Count-ell was re-elected director, and
Georice Wise, who has served as rlerk
lor six years, was re-elected by acclima
tion. Stnrchles tok the conttact to
furnish 12 cords of wood at 2 22 a
cord. Tim contract was let by auc
tioneering. A motion to adjourn was
defeated and then with an amendment
to the original motion a nine or seven
months' school was voted for, carrying
for nine months.
Mr. Biddle has built about one-fourth
of a mile of wire fence ou Mr. Ellin'
Wui. U. Karr was visiting relatives in
.tie Rockcreek district yesierday.
Miss Bulloh Walker, of Hamilton, has
tvrived lor a Kujoutn with lelatives here.
Mn.wAt Kit. Feb. 27. George Wash
ington'i birthday wat celebrated by a
dance at the town ball. The ladiea of
the Woodmen Circle furninhed the lunch,
atid il netted them a handsome mm.
Everything would have Ix-en alright had
not a large banging lamp fallen down be
tween the two tablet, breaking four cup
and taucers only. Through the cool
headednett of the young men, the build
ing wat saved, at the tlamet from the
burning oil were five feet high. The
stage curtain wat torn down totmother
the flames, which had the detired ef
fect, but the curtain waa a wreck, John
Stuckey lost bit dress co.it, which he he
roically u'ted to whip out the tire, and af
ter thit be will use no rope to tie a lamp
up with, at be bad done in thit cat.
When the rope got hot the lamp fell.
After the catastrophe the dancing continued.
The United Artisans gave a calico car
nival on Friday evening. A good program
wat rendered, a tupper served and cat-
pet rtgt sewed. Mrt. Harrigan and
Roland Wills won the first prixe, a
handxoome gold thimble. They bad 74
yarda to tbeir credit in IS minute. Mitt
Lalla Roger and Baptist Com pie te
cored the booby prixe, a white elephant.
The affair wat a tuccets.
The fruit haa been damaged some by
the late fretxe, but it cannot be judged
aa yet. Some growers aay that many
prune trees are injured and others say
not. Time will tell who i right. Many
strawberry pbinta are killed, especially
the old onet and ratchea sloping to the
The House bill No. 238, introduced by
Mr. Morton, in the last legislature, meett
with general approval by the thlpplng
and energetic fruitmen, aa they will
ipray. The reckless owners ot orchards
w ill come in to the clutches of law and
the fioes and costs will be fourfold at
much aa spraying will cost.
We think Governor Overdid well in
appointing R. Scott as the new county
commissioner. He hat had much bni
nets experience and had the same office
before. Mr. Scott it a good republican
and strong party worker and representa
Henry Bottimiller wears a pleasant
and broad smile, as he can now be
called papa. This is Henry's first
Pttto Cap. Kerr.
Mrt. Kerr wat very ill, but it conva
lescent and waa able to be np for a
short time Sunday.
to bo ril of, Wauso biul Wixxl U
tho brooding: place of tliidltfuring
and dangerous dinc-iuca. Is your
Mhh1 bad? It U if you nro
plau'ti by tiimploa or IhiIWihI by
boils, if your skin la blotched by
eruptions or your body enton by
nores nml ulcer. You can have
good blood, which Is pure blood, if
you want it. You can bo rid of
pimples, India, blotches, sores and
ulcers. How ? Hy the use of
It is the radical remedy for all (lis
eases originating in the blood,
liead thu evidence :
"Ayrr's &irovril!a was rwnmmendod
trt mt br my phuiasa aa a bl"d purifier.
When f began tikini" it I had b-.il all over
my b-xlr. t'nt bottlt cured im." BoNNta
"After tit year suffering from blood
pni.n, I U'Kn'n taking Ayer't Sanapa
rillA. and althiugh 1 have u.-l unly thr.
bottlet tf tb it g'M Bieli-in, the tornt
hart newly all disappearwJ." A. A. UkH'
MMJ, lloUtun, Tela.
The gfiitli'iiifxtnf MiaKlhound dltponi
tlon it pnitmbly accntintl for by t'.v't
not huving1 Ixi'ii t hunt and kill
prey. (m cf the liio-t ancient anc
dotet of thee. dogt attributes tho cap
tnre of a fugitive U tho ne of hit own
blojdlioniiil The iiuiiih ittelf ia prob
ably a modern one, Kiosl vn a rnljjar
error that the dog only followed pcraona
ho were "rtl hitndiHl" from homicide
or who hnil atmnt them tho smell f rr
rt-ntly killed hheen. The ancient name
wat lyme dog or talUt. which lattr
appeart to httve Un-n a white variety of
The Cubuu bloodhound, w'hich were
mwd fur hunting lve by theSpaniardt
ami were imported into Jamaica, were
not bloodhuutnU at all. bnt a crona be
tween the mastiff and bnlldofc. or pT
hapa the "dogne" of Borileanx. They
were brindlel. prick earel. and doubt
lent horribly tavnge. They wer, how
ever, nscd at "police." and, like the
bloodhonnda on the border, were main
tained in i very parish in Jamaica,
where it wrji the duty of the church
wardens to keep them at the expense of
Some of these dopt were kept In Lon
don daring the early dayt of the zo
ological gardens. The atoriea of their
ferocity are probably not exaggerate
though Lord Djilcarren, who imported
200 of them into Jamaica to aid in sub
duing the miiroons. never used theta
He fright,ml the negrixn into tnbmia
tion by circulating tho storiet current
about the dogs. London Spectator.
Mclino, March 6. At the school
mating in this district this efternoon
Jff. J. J. Mallett was re-elected toeorve
H director for three yeart and E. D.
Trulinger was re elected clerk to nerve
Sr one year.
Mist Florence Tatty will leach our
fpring term of tchool by request of the
m ijority of the district.
AdkinsBros. will run their last lot of
1 for the season tomorrow. They
have put in over two thousand logs here
Geo. McCord'screw are busy putting
log's in the creek and will start op the
mill in a few days.
Wilsonvillk, March 7th. The
oldest man in this (Pleasant Hill) pre
cinct is Edward Louey.who was bom
October 28th. 1804, at Gilford, N. C. and
will be 03 years old on Oct. 28tb, 18!I9.
He is healthy and as full of fun as a boy,
notwithstanding, the fact that for the
past year, on account of a broken leg he
has been confined to the house and can
not walk but very little.
Bert Clement, who answered the na
tion's call last spring, and w ho did ser
vice in helping to subdue the Spaniards,
it again here and is grubbing for C. T.
W. A. Crisell it h aving about HO acres
of land cleared and a large amount of
cord wood cut.
The merchandise store of IVper A
Peters it doing a rushing business at
present. They adopted a strictly cash
business lately and they say that it is h
genuine success with them.
Kev. Ilaruer, of Sherwood, gave uh
call. He was on foot. He had been on
the east side of the Willamette and on
account of high water our ferrymati
could, or would not cross his horse and
buggy, and he wat ol-liged to leave it, on
that side of the river until the water
Mrs.' Ella Button, who has been to.
the Good .Samaritan hospital for treat
ment expects to be able to come home
the last of this week.
The school meeting here passed off
quietly no one wanting to be director and
some of the voters suggested drawing
straws, and the shortest one to be direc
tor, which was done. Our much
respected neighbor, Ira Seely, drew the
short straw, be bad to accept the direc
torship. Charles Hansen, of Wilsonville, has
just closed a successful four months'
term of school at Frog Pond. i
Took Ilia WWr'a Adle.
When the man whw haircnt showed
; that his wifo hail peculiar notions at to
the way a man shonld dress hit hair
quit giving advice, one of the listeners
"No man haa more respect for a wo
man than I have, but I shall never take
the advice of my wife again about
money matters. Hhe Insisted upon my
hiding my salary, so if I shonld bo held
np the highwaymen wouldn't get it. I
draw my stipend at t p. m.. and it ia
quite dark liefore I get home. She it a
Kood hider in the house, bnt her talent
in that line ttops there. Now, she had
the brilliant idea that I should put the
envelope containing my money under
the sweatband of my hat Highway-1
men would never look there and would
never rob a man of hit hat After she
bad made thit suggestion about 40 ,
timet I accepted it. I went home at
usual on the elevated. I had a alight
attack of vertigo in the car. and the
man who always knowt what to do
said I needed fresh air and threw up i
the window. In doing to he knocked oft
my hut. I went home bareheaded and
broke," New York Sun.
I.KTTMt MIOM HAWOM t ITV.
Pawsos Citv.N. W.T.Jau. .a.lHim.
petr IWnlt andSistert: Iain well
and tru-t thit will llud you the same.
must tell you that on January W I hol
and killed a big Hhswi. Il dressed be
tween 4i'0 and MHI pounds. The liver
hiMteil four ol nt (or eiiiht metis. We
thsll all huve fieth limit (or a long while.
Allic. and John bought a hull interest
In a dog team and on the 20lh they ctine
over to Ijnartt deck. The net day I
drove the teimb.u k to town. AIIIk and
John will prosect on (Juartt five or tlx
On the'.':id, Just one year from the dtv
I left home, 1 look the dogt and drove
24 inllet to Hunker creek to visit the
Saeger't. It took mn four hours to reach
their camp. Mr. Saeger and the hoy a
aro'well, and taking out considerable
gold, nothing big, but it ptyt them well
for their woik. Oil bedrock they get
from 7 to S to tlie pan. F.verl and I
ttt up until midnight talking of home,
the good timet we will have and the
good lliingt we will eat then we get
back. I returned to town the 2Kb in
three hours and twenty mimitet It
wat 4") degieea Isduw zero audi nearly
(rose; il if.' thit morning. Frank (V
rlea tavt if it tttyt cold he ran itet me
work in a lew days. Wl.ttu it it only 10
decreet below tern it It ao warm the gta
(rom the Urea in the holes tines not
escape fully, and it it not tafe to woik.
I am going to woik (or waw'vt a few
months, while wages ate gsd, ao as to
have a few hundred anyway, then try
myclaiuit on (iartt attain. It it no
trouble to get from 10 to 20 cents sr
ptn there; but il ia mostly on Itedroek,
and there ia to much waste dirt to throw
out, we can only make (rom only ft to 7
per day apiece. Allie and John hope to
tlnd letter pay yet.
A lot of outside mail came In last night
and more (hit morning-. I hope to get a
letter or two aa I have not heard time
Septeinlier 1. Mr. Ileckert hat just
come in with two letlert (or me (rom
home, (ioodl We all got lettert except
Mr. Heckert, and he bat gone back to
the olllce "to atay until he gelt one."
I tend thit out by a (riend of Jim's who
will leave in a few dayt. It isn't likely
that any of ut will come home 'tilt a
a year from next tummer, if
we have our health, and ran make
money. We are just gettinf trqtialnttd
here. Mr. Hamilton it here tbit even
in. He it quite well. Mr. Heckert,
Wm. Harrit, Met man Itrunnell, Joe
Tucker, Oliver Olten and your ton,
Gene all went to the M. K. church last
Sunday, both to pretchlng and prayer
meeting. I had a big time tinging bats,
at I have not been to church before
since I left home.
I am going over to F.ldorado tomorrow
to take Otit Shelly tome letlert and tee
if he hat foil u J pay dirt yet, alto to tee
Mr. Frank (ierriet about work.
I should like to help Father lore and
fire a big tree, and watch it burn, could
do the milking and dig potatoee until I
had enough to drink and eat.
Well, I must dote thit note. If Mr.
Heckart tendt it befere I return from
Eldorado, why, good bye. With love,
Your ton and brother,
The Drnvc Hull, the Croel Spaniard.
The trumpet sounds again, and tho
espnda takm hit sword and his mnletn
and goes out for the lust scene. Thit,
which ought to be. is not ulwnys the
real climax. Tho bull it often by thit
time tired, has had enough of the Hjsrt,
h-u pa ut tho barrier, trying to get out
He is tired, of rnnning after red rim's,
i.nd ho brnshes them nsid'f contemptu
ously. Ho can scarcely bo got to show
animation enough to bodeceutly kill-L
lint one mill that I saw wat splendidly
savage nnd fonght almost to tho last,
rnnning ubont the arena with the sword
between his shoulders, and that grout sizes
red lino broadening down each sido of i
Thousand Hare Kidney Trouble and
Don't Know It.
There it a disease prevailing In thit
country most dangerous because to de
ceptive. Many sudden deal ha are
caused by it, heart dinette, pneumonia
heart failure or apoplexy are often the
result of kidney disease. If kidney
trouble it allowed to advance the kidney
poison in the blood is liable to attack the
vital organa, or the kidneys theinselvei
break down and watte away cell by cell
Then the richness of the blood the tl
bnmen leaks out and the atifferer haa
Iirlght't Disease, the worst form of kid
ney trouble. Kidney trouble can be de
tected although it be slow and deceptive.
First, by analysis of the urine; second,
by the simple- test of setting the mine
aside in a glass or bottle for twenty four
hours, when a cloudy or brick dust
settling indicates it.
It wat for just such troubles that In
His infinite power and goodness the
Great Physician caused Swamp-Iioot to
mow (or the benefit of sullering man
kind, leaving it for his servant, Dr,
Kilmer, the great kidney and bladder
stH'Cialist to discover It and make It
known to the world. Itt wonderfu
eflicacy in promptly curing the most Uh
resting cases is truly marvelous. You I
may have a sample bottle of Dr. Kilmer's
fewump-Itoot the great kidney, liver and
bladder remedy, by mail free.
Address Dr. Kilmer k Co., Cingham
ton, N. Y. When writing mention this
paper. Druggists, in fifty-cent or dollar
hit neck on tlie black, liko a deep layer
of red paiut. ono tricks oneself into
lie car:-d two swords in his neck
nnd still fon.'rht. lien ut last he, tsi,
got weary ho went nnd knelt down
before the door by which he had enter
ed and would Unlit- no more. But they
went up to him from outside tho bar
rier and drew the swords out of him,
and he rot to his feet anin and stood
to bo killed. Sutnrday Hoview.
tlrrelr a Harm:
"Why do they call it the matrimonial
yoke. I wonder!"
"Because there is generally a calf at
onu end of it. I guebs." Cleveland
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During my absence I have placed in
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