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JUNE 10, 1800 I
OREGON CTfY ENTERPRISE, FRII'AV,
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Prsirosh, June 12. WrlMftiborui have
moved some out buildings,
A I'icnK- July 4t ft i talked or by Ih
nciKlitnitt. II the day Is pleasant it will b
in tia-r'i park. A basket tliinirr mill b
Jnhn hweek, nf Rums, spent Sunday with
Mr. Wallers ami family o( (ilrnco,
'UiuM with many friends her Sunday.
C. M. iitgt , an employee In lr(liiJ
sawmill aasoiilon lm wheel Sunday.
Every farmer is busy flaming spuds.
The month of June will undoubtedly be
a WPt on.
Supervisor Aden la working mm on
the roads now lo collect poll tax.
Mrs. Clma an.l Ida Wilsonvllle mall
carrier went 10 Portland Monday morning
lo alter d I he cirrus.
Henry 8oht ia raining Shephtrd dogs.
It. P. Weddle baa don aome' breaking.
John Sohal Jr. is working in Pepper A
PrterV More at WiliHWVtlle.
The turkey board described In the Kami
Journal, June number, has been tried by
(age's and it prove to be a success. We
will describe it litre. Take a board about
, ol an inch lliirk, 4 or 5 hirhe wide and
IA imbrs Ions, bore ho!e through it S inchea
In.m the ends and about one inch from the
edge on each side, 4 liolea in ail, take some
tnngr domestic or old overall torn into
strips, one Inch wide is best, run strings
down through hole-under turkeys' wing, up
through the oilier bole and tie on top of
tk'ard, the board lay them cross ways of
their barks and they cannot raise their
mines to fly, or crawl through a fence. Do I
not draw the string too tight A smaller
board wi.l work on common barnyard
lowK Try it
Misa Atjnie Iternhartf hai purvhased a
Kound-ln Milwatikle, a row bell. (wner
euiiiire at store.
Mrs. !. Keller was in Oregon City the
first ol (lie week. School closed Friday
with a picnic and free lunch.
' Mr. Walker, ia employed by the. K. 8.
Uy. Co. to work In the barn. Mr. l'lnkey
resigned. Mr. Zeek has taken his place on
the night loir.
The Artisans had a "good old time" Fri
day evening and faasttvl on ice crraiu and
F.ltnrr Hunnell lias a Job on (lie 8 P.
Mrs. J (1. Ilonnrt is i)ii!te lick again.
. Mr. lleuneman coiuinenced picking
The Woodmen of Milwaukie have bad
such a constant u for their goat that the
last man who rode it swore the wool waa all
worn oil. Kd didn't know It was just alter
shearing time or he would have waited fur
The United Artisan have announced
that they will have an auction of men's (eel
lo the highest lady bidder on Ihe ITtti of
June in the Milwaukie town hall, after
w hich refreshments will be served.
Mr. llorigan Las completed his new
butcher sl op and is now able to serve Ms.
patrons in a bitter shape.
Arthur IKiw tmj; ha r I Ins relation
with the Portland Mini and has gone into
business for himself at his father' old
stand, near the blacksmith shop.
Freddie llesley has secured a Job In Port
land as a bamesa apprentice. Thai's right
Freddie, don't let an opportunity pass.
A very pretty home wedding took place
at Ihe residence of Mr. and Mrs. Weiseii
born, inspected residents of Stafford, at
high noon Sunday, June II, when their
youngest and only remaining daughter,
Anna, was Joined in (b holy bond ol
n atrin ony with C. Polivka
The young comde have many friends and
a wide circle ol acquaintances who join in
wishing them ail the joys, and as few el
the Uia.s as can be expected to fall to the
lot of loon a Is. The bride is a beautiful and
accomplished young lady, whose going
lirfli the borne nest vacant, and the groom
is the stt ond son ol Frank Polivka, a pros
perous farmer ol Statlord, and Charlie Is a
mailer h tin se if. They will reside at Ihe old
homestead, and wi.l be at borne after July .
The bride was dressed becomingly in a
gray tailor made suit with long veil and
orange blossoms. The bouse was beauti
full) decorated with wild vanilla leaves and
The long tables mere already set in the
chimney room, decorated with flowers at.d
loaded with appetizing viands.
Judge Ryan. of Oregon City tied the nup
til knot in a eery pleasing manner.
Tnoe preseht were Mr. and Mrv.Weisen
bum, parents of the bride, Mr. and Mrs.
Polivka, parents of the groom, Fred and
Wi I Polivka, of Portland. Mr. and Mrs. ).
Polivka and daughter Maude, Miss Jessie
Malchek, Pearl Matcbek, Hisses Bertha
and Gertie Mangold. Henry Cleaver, all of
Portland. Herbert Cleaver.of Glencoe, Mr.
and Mrs. Bickner, ul 0wego, fudge T. F.
Ryan, of Oregon City, P. A. Raker, Henry
Mark, Miss Julia linker, Mr. and Mrs. Z.
Klligsou ai d daughter Gertrude, Mr. and
Mr. G. Renter and son and Mrs. M. A.
G ge, ol Station!.
The bride was the recipient ol many and
beautiful presents, and the guest departed
about i p. ni. in excellent spirit with a
general invitation from the happy groom to
attend hi golden wedding 50 year hence.
Chkkkyvillk, June IX There was no
! school last week, as Miss Sew was called
away, but she has returned, so school baa
taken up again.
Misa itelle Osborn has returned from
Portland where she has been lor some lime.
Mr. Kuderaby and Mr. Topp have gun
Mr. II. Stone has returned home. He
haa been gone several years.
Tom Stone has gone to work near Orient.
Carts, June 12 Sunday evening was the
occasion of a very pretty wedding in Gra
ham church, W. It Miller and Miss Jennie
May, two of lams' well known young
people were united in marriage, liev. ('berg,
ol Oregon Cuy, otticiallng. The decorations
! of cedar, ferns and (lowers w ere lastelully
arranged. At Ihe appointed lime the bride
and groom entered Ihe church and to the
strains of 'Mendrlsshon' wedding march,
proceeded to their place under the prettily
decorated arch near the alter. The bride
was attired In a lovely dress of whit or
gandie with lace and ribbons.
The house waa filled to ils utmost capa
city and a large number siood without on
'lie iters and iiln. AMer rrreivine the
warm congratulations of their many friem
Mr. and Mrs. Miller repaired to the home
of the bride's parents, W. W. May. Later
in the evening they mere driven to Oregon
City where they expect lo reside.
Tuesday evening the schoolmate of Miss
Vada Kaust and Charlie May to the number
of twenty or more gave thera a pleasant
surprise. The evening passed quickly in
merry games, until II o'clock, when re
I freshmen! were served. "Hoon after the
young guests departed, having sent ade
A as aV aw ami aaV
nr. DOCS VOIiP
illlcod Ache ?
Tae fruit crop mill, however, lie 1 " j
ii - an
Are your nerves weak?
Csn't you sleep well? Pain
in your bsos? lack enereyP
Appetite poor? Digestion
had? Roili or pimples?
These are sure signs of
From what poisons?
From poisons that are al
ways found in constipated
If the contents of the
bowcli are not removed from
the body each day, is nature
Intended, these poisonous
substances are sure lo bo
absorbed Into the Mood, al
ways causing suffering and
frequently causing severe
There Is common sense
They daily Insure sn esay
and nsiursl movement of
You will find thai the use of
with the pills will hasten
recovery. It cleanses the
blood from sll Impurities and
Is s great tonic to the penes.
MA ffsav Oooatr.
imr MnlM-wl tvrarimenl
er lh ni.tt pininaul hytlrl.n lq
lha I'ullnl lUIM. Tell lh4i'lr
Jtt.l how ytHl sre sufffirlits. Tow
will rwel ih hl midivil a4t w
tmtiuut oust. A.Umi
Ml. J. '. ATKH
,s as. a. -A
very Mghl. '
Evert ImhIv Is making preparallons lo
have a goiMl old lime on July tlh. handy
will I'elchrale In a regular palrlnllo way.
(i.Mi. V. Ilioanrll, lha lesl orator Hi Ihe
stala will be prrsriil lo hiiiiMir the crowd,
The I'nlon (iiisrlett ol Portland will
render Ih vocal music.
Iliiililiug Is going mi In a way that makes
things appear pnn.f ring and lNiliiiug
F. A. Mrlnfg is rushing Willi all possible
haste on the addition lo l is hall. When
llnls'il Sandy ran claim of having Ih
best dance hall In this part of the world
Csr Junker has a carpenter at work
building an addition In hta concert hall
I :nl la making an arllatlo pi ket fence
around his premises.
Jerome Cokelress Is busy hauling liiinlx-r
preparatory lo hulldlng a barn.
People ol Sandy will hold a meeting al
Hie Sandy Hl.lge cliool for I ho purpose of
diM) .sli g the ipieslloii of building a
Plttf Mlrkeliou is very Imsy rlrarlug I
laud. He will prodalily In future start a'
nnr-erv, lie has aitidlisl Ilia art and will
mi doiihl make a sinces of II.
Sandy Itiver Uggiug Co. Irled to secure
a charier on the Study river, hut It's re-
SliiAiUlliit. OiclWHl.-iiulHs-tf uLl
Itui? lite bliiiu.uJv aist lkvsvw H
Cahrel, cri'ic. Subject for divusslon:
P.esolved, Ibat all main coiinly roads
should be loll roads. Willis Cox leader of
altirnialive, Itolph Tumerstett negative.
Oecided III favor of negative.
Sl'NsivaiiiK. Ju"f I.'. - Mr. .s"i'ey passed
lli'oiigli Siiunyanle last week with a lare
hand of borne wliliii he liroiitiht Im4h
Kasteru Oiegon, lie in'c.-e-led In selling
lour very idee ones here.
The larmers are very lniV now g(ling in
their crocs which w think will he very
small if fils kind ol aeaiher doe not
K'WihkI Wiles, Ih son of one of our old
lielghlMirs, who went lo Portland bIhiUI
three year ao In learn Ihe lirue !
makers tra le, was married lt week lo I
Mis llumphri y of Portland. j
A few of the la lies Were at a i illlli g al
Ihe residence of Mr. and Mrs. Wile' lat j
week. All seeiued to have a pleaaul time j
iwerman and family have gone to '
IIimkI Klver lo 0 k sliawlerrie. It Is ra !
Mirtei thai the rX hnolmein has earned
lo ami on half cents and ihe rrt hoi
Mr. Tavlor and lamily have moved asav '
ami anotl.rr luml')' have move-l In. Their'
name ia not known o the i orip.inideni ,
They Intend lo siarl a vn ev it'd.
We hear (hnl there I a lit kind of U ar I
! ilhp.iMe.1 Inlo S ll lit l'lr thai leri al u '
ill the t.i a of li r trees. 'Lookout." j
H line of the Jinn g xnple gitthe'ed al Ihe '
residence of Mrs ll-li.. one evenii'K !( '
I week and s, pleit.anl eve dug slnlug i
Oi'iiiiii'.MoriMiint' iht Muirfi
KotN ah c; otic.
Atnf.fll ii''ly f'rrpfwlirv
lioit. Sour SUtnwuh. Dimity
Wtrtns jCoiivnibKilus . oTrh-
TstSiiisW 5iti'xlu' '
For Infanta and Child,,.
Tha linrl Vnu U '
at m m m
Jr You Ha
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llf-a.... a In-ese. C
- r r r iri l ii.isi ii a fir. i i i v t
i and plat ing on Ihe o'Ks'i and violin.
Mr. Victor Picky waa seen in lb vicinity i llrrv lieed, Norn. Ia.ie. Jnn lied'
Alvays American Aiwjyi
tBKATEST DISCOVERY OF THE AGK.
Grand electrical grinding machine discov
ered in the tombs of Egypt by Prof. Yank
tankputfemup, who will appear with bis
wonderful machine at the Oswego grange
ball, on the evening of Friday, June 23, at
7 p. m. sharp, where at the earnest solici
tation of a few Iriendt of science be will be
prepared to grind over all old tissues and
give practical illustrations of bi scientific
discoveries. Come one, come all and be
awade over new, Admissoln free.
After all are made young again thera will
bean auction of beautiful lunch basket
ontaining plenty for two. Come every
one and take lunch with the prettiest girls
that this land of pretty girl can bout of.
The services of that drollest of auctioneers,
Major Tanyarakl who last week auctioned
oft the birthday presents of the queen of the
Cannibal Islands, to pay ber husband'
wbitkey bills, have been secured at great
erpense for the occasion.
All are sure lo have a pleasant time.
Come early and avoid the rush. Ice cream
nJ cake will be served in the dining room.
Co KM ITT EE.
Oswtiio, June, It. Children' day. was
of Colloii lately. A rage seems to liav
struck the boya to lie wandering around a
great deal, and some are even reported !
being lost and remain howling in the1
wood all night. j
Mrs. Goltlierg visited her daughter in
Portland last week.
School seems to be progressing finely
under the management of F. M. Pa'ling. J
We haven't fun heard of the chronic
kickers grjwling yet.
A. S. Iresser will deliver an oration for
Ihe pleasure and benellt of the (eople w
Cotton and surrounding precinct on Ih
Fourth. There will also be older attrac- j
lions that will amply reward those who
Harry Carlson, of Portland, ent a few
days last week vitiling relative here.
and W aller t olly are K'lliU
Mr. J.ie Mltn nejr llirgnu ( ily
iork lor .
Every Column H 1'rijjlil, Clean nnJ Vukti w'au ,V
Mi! waikif, June 12 Ed Bottemiller has
loit a line Jersey cow.
Andy Mesingo was doing Portland atur
8 imejif the Oak Grove boys are afraid of
rattlesnakes. Keep the preventative handy
boys for ''an ounce of preventative is worth
a pound of cure."
Two young men, not so young either,
living south of Milwaukie made up their
minds that they could ride bicycles as well
as the younger boy of the neighborhood,
- so took advantage of the boys while they
were away at Albany on an excursion, and
tried their wheels. The result was one
of the two, and the married one at that, fell
from the whei and caught his new gunday
coal on a barbeil wire fence. He was heard
to quote scripture when the accident hap
pened, but when he got home his wife
t.'iought he had not done justice so she gave
him one of Mrs. Caudle's lectuies and
pitched his coat.
Prof. Oar and Gibson, of Oregon City,
attei'drd the school picnic In Milwaukie
Mr. John James is taking a lay-off on
account of ill health.
Observed at the M. E. church last Sabbatli
morning, by the Sunday school. The pro
gram used was one adopted and published
by the Board of Education of the M. E
church, entitled, "Peace or War, Young
America' Verdict." The young people and
the children did splendidly in rendering
the program. The church was beautifully
decorated with evergreens and flowers. At
the close a good collection was taken for
The board of directors of this school dis
trict have elected the following teachers for
the next school year. Principal, H. T.
Evan; intermediate, Miss Bsrnett; pri
mary, Mis Bell, of Multnomah county,
The rejection ol the application of Ml
Nellie Younger, the former primary teacher
I mmm m nimrl li th rtAj nil nf I fia Almtiittt
Miss Younger Is a surprise to the people of
the district. Miss Younger is sn A Mo. 1
primary teacher and daring the three years
teaching in our school bad greatly endeared
herself to the children, The action of the
board is condemned by every one to whom
your correspondent has talked upon the
matter. A remonstrance against the sctlon
of tbe board is being circulated. It is too
late for remonstrance now. The proper
time would have been at the school election
last spring; only ten voters present out of
one hundred and fifty in the district.
Work is progressing on the M. E. parson
age, . Supervisor Hayes is doing a good job on
the road, he is putting on cinder from the
iron works. Coarse cinder is first put on
and then covered with fine cinders and
braize and it makes a good road, hut Is
rather lough on bikes. A fact which K. C.
Shipley, Uuy Hayes and several other
will certify to.
A number of Oswegoites took in the
circus Monday and Tuesday at Portland.
The pipe foundry started up Monday
morning for a short run. They are e.vpecj.
ting an order that will give them about two
There was a communication in Monday's
Telegram that was simply ainusii g to
Owego people. The writer bad good au
thority (in bis mind) for stating that the
works would all be started up here in a
very short time, it would indeed be a great
thing for Oswego if it were true, but then It
Isn't, you know'.
Coi.to!, Jane 10. The Canyon Creek
Literary elected on the 3d new olllcers as
follows: Fannie Barney, president; Grace
Oorbetl, vice-president; W. Donahoe, secre
tary; E. Munson, treasurer; W, Cox,
marshal; 0. Oorbett, attorney and P.
IUbton, June 7. Kverbody is smiling
to see the sun. It ia about time we were
having something heaiile rain and mud.
Mrs. Griffith ia ykiiling her daughter,
C'has. Lurghardt Is hauling flour to
Sandy and U realism.
Mr. and Mrs. Brown purchased a new
M' Preston's smiling fact) was seen in
Barton one day last week. He seems to
be quite a stranger.
County Surveyor K. F. Kami has
been surveying the Deep Creek hill.
Willie Cooke was a Barton viaitor
Clyde White is at home on a visit from
Mrs. Henkle left for Corvallis where
she will viait her mother and sisters.
John ami James IHenkle are gotting
out some timer (or their new shed.
For a few days of the celebrated
lAAr.ccT cincuLATicri cr at.'.
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The Literature ol lli lomn i
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brings. loth family THE NETS OP THE TORLD arvj t'.
ttidtn llw tt snJ abU-it dixuwion of all quotioni t. l! (L ,
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literature and polilks from llw UV.Urn stan-fnl. jM.s1.sM.ii.!. '..
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Dovkr, Jnne 5 The weather (till con
tinues wet and rainy. The crops look well
considering the bad weather.
Mrs. Nelson, Mrs. P. DeHbazer, Mrs.
Cooper snd Mrs. Paxil have been on the
sick list the psst week.
8. Douglas and family were visiting with
Mr. Kitziinillers last Sunday.
Miss Klla Nelson was visiting in f'irwood
8 u rid ay .
U. DeHbazer spent a few days visiting
relatives of Kirwood and Dover.
Ira Cooper was visiting his family a le
N. Nelson had a logrolling last week but
on account of the bad weather there was'nt
It. J, Tborp and P. Kilzmlller have gone
away to work lor a while.
V. Selman is here looking after his crops.
The Sunday school is progressing very
nicely. Rev, L. Davies preaches here every
second and fourth Sunday of the month.
Horn, io the wife of U. Pagb a boy and a
girl Jane 0.
Hair Grower and
Everybody invited to call and
Bee the magnificent growth of
hair of the ladies in attendance
and at the same time secure free
advice as to how to treat the hair
and scalp to obtain best results.
Sakdy, June 12. Well the weather la
such that farmers are exercising their
physical energy to the fullest capacity to
make up for lost time. A great many
spuds have been planted the last few fair
days. All grain is looking good; grass
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"Known as the Wobble Gear."
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d for ruttinir atntinu ttiima. almwa r.li.. sinil
iiu-rd unrlilit or nut it, m ,. .. ... i.i ii.- knife
R- i ' . ' ' i"j"uiiin won ni" r
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-"'I'vod 0,,"iy '"c,,ln "' market.
1 . ".miaki's (he ,n,.h low down a
low down, avoids all hltrii'
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drive away tlnr tired fidiuir. I "lines amount .,1 power i ,
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sun hut In woii'lc
cases of BLOOD u n 1 1 S K T SI f i T C i J a c r? o
it ii-is prc-sci ii...,r.d .! to thM,H!,n7iJ"Pif ui"i"v"''1 ,U'"nl l" ,'"'"i Mower or Hinder until you
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iiuiiy illiciicioiis in nil v II A M I'l ' In vm.-i i nie
. " i ' i'l. ll me llirlileal ilrri
and elliTtcd cures where other medicines
have failed. Price Ji.wj jut IhiIU,., ollr
cut price only 60r,
ait doctor's I 'resrri nl w,tiu
will receive curt rul ntt hlioti here
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First orvi Taylor Streets