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OREGON CITY ENTERPRISE, FRIDAY, NOVEMUKU 21,
.Vii.lm-ti Kaiiji, Nov. 22. Mi.
Laander Cn him returned from Port
land. WaaregUd to so lirrathoma
Idr.andMr. (toward, of Gladstone
cpont Sunday wiih Mr. E. KasnUMn.
W'eneru fvord with a flying visit
from Arthur Warner Friday. Come
again and ty longer.
Kev. Earnest, of Portland and Mr.
llornmhurh. of Oryon City were ylsit
ora of Mrs. J. H. Kale ton during the
Tlie wareliotiM erwted by L. J.
Howell ia converted into a dwelling.
We are In need of more houses.
The foundation ia laid for A. 8.
A. S. Hunt baa enlarged Ii is store and
added a meat market.
pAM.tscts, Nov. 'JO. We bave been
having bad weather for tlie lat week
with only a few peep of sunshine.
Mr. Koody aold everything at auction
Hammond 1'aulson and wife was in
Portland Friday and Saturday.
C. H. Hunter is now bailing hay for
J. W. Hilteary was in Portland attend
ing business this week. He is agent for
the Golden Eg1e and I'lioenix bicycles.
T. Feathers took a load of potatoes to
town this week.
Mr. Earl Tong baa purchased a 6ne
large team lately.
Miits Tear! Lovelace has been visiting
Ler parents lately.
Mi Nannie and Joeie Hue! wood
bave been visiting their grand-mother
during the week.
The Rock Creek Sunday School has a
larice attendance and' is doing excellent
Elder Kich preached to a large congre
gation at the Kock Creek school boiwe
Ksdland, Nov. 25 liedland is ia it
when it come to rain and mad.
Potato-digging is at a standstill. The
crop is biuily affected by the black rot.
The nickel social given at George
llicinhothen'a Friday evening waa a
grand affair. The largest crowd waa in
attendance that has assembled for a like
flair for many a day (or nigbt). Your
correspondent is glad to say that all
enjoyed themselves, especially the
writer. Another will be held at II. A.
Allen's on December 15. Come one
and all and ei.j y a good time.
J. T. Mason ha rented the William's
An article appearing in the Coi.ner
Herald of the 9th inst., in which it de
scribes a tight ride of one Young and a
corptie, fhows the high moral of the man,
and aleothe paper. It was bad enough
to drive so w ith the remains, but it was
much worse for the paper to brag and
boast of it. Oli well, you could not ex
lct anythirg else of a paper that takes
the side of the political question it does.
Cattle-buyer and insurance agents
bave been seen iu our burg of late.
L. Mother, who is employed on board
the I. H. snag boat at Dundee, spent
Saturday and Sunday at borne- He Bays
they may have work for three months
B.F.Linn is qnite sick with asthma.
ansa jurjkey wilt tracli the spring
term in district No. 21.
Harry Mosher spent Saturday and
Sunday at home.
Miss Maude Stene, who is attending
chool at Oregon City, spent Saturday
and Sunday at dome.
Mr. and Mr. Ne- kirk spent Sunday
visiting her bother, Mrs. Mosher.
The M. E. church has a bookcase for
Miss II. F. Wilcox, who is teaching at
Liberal, spent Kundav at home.
G. W. Murdotk, of Macksburg, was
Been on our streets Sunday.
Mrs C. C. Kl.hey has been quite tick
but at present I alow ly recovering.
Mm. C, Z. lake ha boenq iita ah'k
the past week.
Mix Koweiiiian, of Sunnyside, will
clooe a three months term of kIhoI here
next Friday. Most eoplo aie sorry to
nee school clo a Miss llowernian'
smiling faott will not be seen so often
hereaftrt In our midst.
Mr. A. Hickey, of Colorado, la going
to move on hi mother's plare soon,
P. I'liger and son have lxen digging
potatoes for K. CVpr of Panm-ou.
The road are getting quite bad and by
spring wa hardly expect to find the
0. W. Poring spent Saturxlay and
Sunday with his parents. He is attend
ing school at the Portland university.
He states that the school i flourishing
in its new location.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Kichey made a
trip to Portland last week.
Mr. Dye, of Clackamas, was up to W.
II. Poring on busine the first of (he
Mr. O. AemUegger was seen in Port
land 11 week.
Some of our people arts taking quite
an interest in the war against the Poer.
We think it would be a good plan if
the young people of Poring would
organixe a debating society. This not
only would furnish a place lor entertain
ment but would also promote the
intellectual as well a the social side of
Miss Power man introduced debating
in school and the children seemed to
take quite an interest in It.
Kev. Morvhead, of Portland, preached
at the M, E. church at Damascusu Sn
day. Mr.i 0. Purr and wife, of Gresham,
were the guest of Mr. and Mr. W. 11.
W. H. Boring took bit son Orvilla to
the station yesterday .
Mr. Wo. Headerman waa the guest of
Mr. P. VeUcu Sundy.
Mr. White Is improving the looks of
Mr. Wm. Welch's place.
Peter says be baa no place to anchor
since his "Buoy" is gone.
Bori.ngs, Nov. 21. There has been
nothing in the pav?r from this part of
the countiy for quite a while, but this ia
no sign that we are not able to kick,
This precinct is quite small and quite
quiet, so there is not much news to write.
Boring's is a republican neighboihood
and also quite prosperous. Our farmers
raise more bushels of grain to the acre
than our populist neighbors. Our
populibt neighbors do not know how to
account for this but we can easily ex
plain it. We say it in because we do not
sit around the corner grocery or ujon a
fence and berate the administration or
coin silver as they do.
The farmers of Damascus held a meet
irg the 18th inst. to see about getting a
creamery put up theie. Cut Damascus
could not furnish enough cows to justify
Yeti-ch & Sons lo start one.
Potato digging in a thing of the past
here. There was a good yield.
Seme have not got their wheat sowed
yet, and from trie look it is likely to be
some time be ore they do.
Ciuhxyviu-X, Nov. 21 Thanksgiving
day is nearly here and as yet there is no
appearance of having a Thanksgiving
dinner to indulge in. Can it te possible
that yoor scribe misunderstood a certain
one in regard lo that particular dinner.
Your scribe thinks not. It is to be
hoped thst this villa will persevere
enough to get woke op to realize that it
G. T. Pee be Is digkmg hi carrot.
Mrs. Struchen has been reported on
the sick list.
Plenty of snow was seen on the
mountains s few morning ago which re
minds o that winter is fait approaching.
Am, Nov. 20. Mr. Hickman and
son, Frank and Kex, went to Portland
on busine. Tuesday.
Mr, Graham, of Troutdale, visited his
daughter Alms Sunday.
L. E. Gotham is building quite an ad
dition to bis house.
Quite a nuni rer attended the literary
Saturday evening n spite of the weather,
The question, resolved, "That Woman
has Equal Rights With Man" was de
cided in favor of the affirmative.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pram
ball, a daughter on Wednesday Nov. 8.
On last Monday night about 3-3 friend
of Mr. and Mrs. John Brainhall gave
them a surprise it being Mr. Bramball'
thirty-ninth birthday. The company
indulged in a house warming and the oc
casion was an enjoyable one.
Mrs. J. J. Eisner spent Friday with
In constant p:In when onH
. vonr fi'it ? k1
U that ilratn. j'ullinjM
aotiHation with you from mora
till night ?
Whv not put tho medicine
ei.vtlv on tho dim-two ? Why
inot apply thi cur rijjhi wi
I . L - - . .!. I ''A
.mo spot ii.M'ii i
lou can do It wit a
Immediately after the)
rtrhater u att)liM. voti fovU
lifa unrnini' siwithinc In-
tluence. Iu hcalini; retmnliea
quickly penetrate down deep
into tho inflamed tissue,
Iain U quieted, soreness w re
lieved and strength imparted.
Ma plaster was ever sasa like It
N Blaster ever sties m sjtkldy
ss tberoatalv. N plaster ever
si sail cMiplct iairol er all
klad ( sala.
I'laced over the chefl It Is
a powerful aid to Ayer"a
Cherry Pectoral : relieving
congestion and drawing out
ra r kit miw'ti
j c rrn . i.:i.
after spending aevetal week on Ihe
Kev. OA Prlealng. wa vMling M'
ll. iiiieman Ihl wei k
HenrvSchnldot, of Ne. berg. ho re
aided hei formerly, I vl.ilmg hi llri
Mr At kin ami M- Fd Wetih-r.
Wm Scott I now a student of Ih A
0. Alss very enlhulli and pr. ll
dent i.H-inU-r of H.e regular fitbll
Mr Hunnrll. of Tierville. wa vl.ll
lug Mr T K SoIIw.hhI a few day Ihl
Sverl young jnfople from he part
alteiidml a priy at WllUburg.
Willi Jme. of Mlulhorn, wr given
a i.irpri party which w a attended by
s lame nuinler of In mny frtsnd.
Milwkietirnge No '.'t'H P of II hld
their regular monthly meeting Slurdr
last whli It w(lrgely Stiende.1. F'tlht
aoplicalita aerw Inlliatrd Into !' I")
terie ol ths first (lid .hoii.I degree.
Nrxt month they will hav election of
J.Jamewho ha Wo sick f t some
tlum reported lor work again Monday.
John Miller haa Wo quit HI for a few
dy, but I aiound aaln.
Material i on the ground for rrrirof
the achool hl and a new tddilion will
he put on fr a dreuiing room.
Viol Awemhly No "I t nlted Art
ana im moved tta iri to th to o
hall where their friend will find them
si home on Fndcy evening.
The AUUiu Co. hi Ul!d to ho up
w ill the how lt Thurly. The
rlhVl wa a lot ol d. "appointed i hlldien
who wante.1 to see a real negro iclnitrel
It is ab-iut lime thai a aids walk
ling made frvm the corner pt Mr.
IWrg's boU to the FpiMp! church.
Christmas exrnlae r In pieira
tiou and prgrelng nicely.
Mm Mabl Miller I ranvaaing for
to very valuable bolit ami herrtTut
are not going anrewardnl.
m m aaaawasBi am aB mm SUBr mm mm m
s bbbt- aw ar m av mm u m m m m. m.
ST . : r i -
Tim Kliul You lluvn Ay lloutfltt, nn.l mIiI.U Ima W
Iu iid for over HO jrrir, hit born) tltn lgimtr, f
,f - nitil hn Imoii iitiuln timli r LI brr.
ffr', ,M,,m, p,,H'n ,"lo,, ," it inruitf."
UrY, CAl AHovf ItM on to deer ho you t)lj;
AH CoiHttcrfrUa, liiiltntloiiw mitl Hiihatllutra urn but f.u
iH'rliitriita thut trllto lth niut riulnnffrr lltn ltmitli 0f
lafiutt niul tltllilrrii-lUlwrlciico itgaluat lUiH-rlmrm,
What Is CASTORIA
CiMtorU U aii'"tH fr Ctor Oil, Irrirorle, Drup,
niul Hoothlnir Hympa. It U Ilrtriulvsa mid riritaiint, u
cotttAlita neither Opium, Morphlno Itor olher Nurmtio
auhtrtiur. It 0 I lt iritniitr0. It ilrstroj Worm
sumI lliij IVvrrUlutr, It rurr IHurrhirit nml Wln4
folic. It nllctc Tccthlnir TrouMc. curr Con.tlimti
Mini rinliili itry. It iulmllrttr tho 1'imhI, rguhtte Q(
rSli.mitcli mul llowrla, git luff liruUhy nml ituttirul sleep,
Tho Children's) I'tttmcc Tho Slothcr'a Trlem!.
GENUINE CASTORIA AWAYg
Bean tho Signature of
m mr - r-i. -aw y is
Tlie Kind You Have Always Boul
In Uso For Over 30 Years.
Ca.vby, Nov. 21. Mrs. Arnold has
sold her fine river farm to some HuHsiaus
lately from the Kant. This is only one
of several recent transfers.
J. E. Enuer, who has been the S. P.
station agent here at intervals for sev
eral years has been transferred to Mt.
Angel. There Is a general change of
agents throughout the whole length of
the line. '
The Artisans, of Iiarlow have changed
their place of meeting to Can by. The
change was a good one, twenty new
members having been received during
the three meetings that have been held
Canby church people are progressive.
Lant hpring the Methodists thoroughly
renovated their building and put in a
hot air furnace. Now the ChriHtian are
improving. They have papered the
walls, painted inside ard out, laid car
pet and made sundry other improve
ments. Otrier feature being new or im
proved upon. They expect to have a
new minister. The one in charge now
is over zealous and his zeal lead him in
his talks into the realms of the sensa
tional which is not what Canby craves.
We think there i a good field here for
a music teacher as three new pianos
have been recently purchased and there
are several older ones in town.
The water in the w td Is here is lower
now than it was early in the fall. The
aandy formation of the land and the1
deepneasof the Molalla'a beJexplins
the condition. (
The high school student have organ-li-d
a literarr aorlety which they
call ttie Athenian. The question de
bated at the list meeting w."Krolved
that Steam I more I'wful than the
Printing pre'." The Judge decidod I
favor of the affirmative. .
The sunny winter of Southern Cali
fornia are too alluring to be resixted by
some of our people. Mm. Roth and son
depirted Saturday for Lo Angle and
they will be followed by Mr, EaMman
and family within a few day.
A very pleasant party wa g'ven at
Herman LV Friday evening. The
mual goo I time wa ba t, A social
feature of the evening wa an abund
ance of excellent apples,
Jamea Kocher ha returned from Kat
ern Oregon itreatly benefitted in health.
The hunting there in itself i a great
restorative. Mr. Kocher in one day
killed nine wild geese. Hear that ye de
generate sons of Ninrod who glory in the
death of blue Jays and quail.
f'romineut men of other town re
cently seen In Canby: Win llumt, of
Aurora, (Jeo. Knight and Howard F.ci'lu,
of Hubbard, K. E. Day, of Forest Urovs
and James Ogle of Manjiuni.
Kev. Englebart contemplate organ
izing a night school in which he will
There are 117 pupils now enrolled In
the public school.
F.Xia'klhl ll'f-w e- lrm w t". ' l ontli' ol I m J
drowning l' H- l " l.ig ( Ih FU ' d Mr. J. tj. (i,a got rvwi-ij.l
I'rwk near Al!i-i !! I IJ Mr. 0 I lit l'l rni a Wr ai h tu
Vr. F. Sellwooil an I wife, ol Srllool, (;!llf Bl, c -rl Miller. Their con'nt of ctfo t4 ( tiai
wagon h -1 d i iream, th wir Tli l I iorr p . 4 n U.a
bmg d'l'li u I dl t t'i i ing. :!!' Iiuhr At p'rtriil .Uim
Mngl.. a-ii-4 hy Mr K.l.,11 In lh. d d .log wrl; .. ex, j t..
I,v.n.cud , mM..ery.H.l.,. Uy n,hl. P l no.'.r H.-cl-ci ...t.n
Kh.rd-. .r..4...r.. .-y hi -ly on j t''" hl I Tu-lr if J.
.i. .i.- ...i- i !.! H.e IUkr. Ti w.aU!4iJ
Ti-y -'(-J Iohim mi 'rf t .erlM'g of ,""'"' !'"
Mi.Thii.,rf,.f Mr..uke. thw p.MI- lrh.av Tl.. .Vt,
.a. ...... m .,.,! "'' lt '"'
r .') llpM. l I 11 (,!
MH,IU '.ndil- gi.hf P.M - .P.t i.
Mr. F I. an I F.e.l !, ..rla ,,4, , ,)., ,l
the uuoe. uf the Crw.d Ik.), p,,,,,, ,,(- j,,, Blf ,tlllB M,o
A f iindv of ' I '"ii in hv purehpi mi0 and (I, Ki lgi iLlr rtm
tlx Kiteiini hi r ilai l Inured t Xil IPtr l a I
it to farm .... . i I l. I 'j
A li'ii nj en-i ll w b i-4
S-..rtl..MUt,tt..rr.4W.J..oUIHe.n - . , H.ofj,, J
n r-l. of II e O d 4rM IMnulrrr -lr Tl M , ,.(our f.,oJ.J
Pllt ntV.fWx ll.el.ii.iMf. mi mt r . .rll, ,01l,
a they could store the fru.t with S ' g.t'on I' w le,.i,n. a yo.ing iimii -f t. ,,., .,.,'1 n a r' iu-
a heel barrow a there wa not o Very " ' IQ 1 ''". Jhrfe e. o ., h ! .i .f .if. I
umcli of It. I u llinll liuiii lon in iia.a
I'otalor. were line and no rot in thrtn J j
In ! k of, and cabta.'n never i ff '
fliie any wliere out her no It w ill lie '
Inofdertolre.l the tin ran serenade-. I S P-- I-' '
h..fkf.min.i..ll il.ui.li !' h..e .n r.b.y .ml f.fiuing .
ere Mil wuk le visitor Friday lait
Homer Mullen, on of our mot enrr
jetic young men, i ron.triicling a barn
on the rear lot of hi pieiiilr.
Mm Mamie Kogr nt Huo lay at
limn and reiiort txhoul in Vud condi
tion and iigreMing.
Homer Mullen, Fred Ihrkermeihr and
Henry Stot key took a trip down the
Columbia and ienl stumUy at AiU r.
Mdwauki ha to drama ia pr.paia-
(jAariiLt), Nov. W. ll seem by the
lowk of the weather lht winter It,
come lo iy.
All are ready for winter by thin time
Ici.'n iu i I pr ti, I I
t rutn-nj n r -
There m minor that wedding w.ll be ! b n ""' f4' ,ly "
0woo. Nov. 22. The event ol the
past week was the marriage of Gilbert
Ward to Mrs. Elizabeth Lee. They were
married last Saturday evening in the
I 0 0 F hall, Kev A J Montgomery
officiating. At 9:30 the Odd Fellows
snd Kebekahs were lined up on one side
of the hall and the Artisan upon theo
poeite side and the high contracting
parties attended by Mr. and Mr James
McFarland entered (he hall to the strains
ol a beaut iiful wedding march. They
took their placet at the end of the hall
juxt in front of the prodding officers
stand. Kev. Montgomery then by the
beautiful ceremony of hi church pro
nounced them husband and wife. After
congratulation a splendid repast was
served in the rooms under the hull after
which dancing was indulged in until
midnight. The presents were numerous
Mrs John Gulxnard fell and fractured
her arm last Saturday the fracture was
reduced by a Portland physician,
Ada Fox leaves tomorrow for an ex
tended visit to Iloise Cily, Idaho,
Mrs Helen Montour, Mian I,il!U) Myrtle
Montour and Wm Cummings all of Ore
gon City attended the wedding Saturday
Mr John Gardner i still foreman at
the foundry, your correspondent beinif
mistaken in bis last communication in
regird to Mr Gardner being superseded.
Mii.waikih, Nov 21 Mr and Mrs G
W Ganiard, of Portland, were visiting
Miss Augusta Iiottemiller is home
the next thing to eirlte our piicl buig.
Mr. Norman Tracy i fait completing
his lare On houe of two atones He
wa delayed by tickne-i having Just rv
covered fit o in a nxill of qnlfiiy.
George IVShit'ld it duiiihing hi neat,
stylinh and convenient cultitxe. It look
at it some fair maiden will have a ulc
Mins Ida Surface I. a n.)t returned
Dome yet irom Uuler where tlm wa
called by the death of her mother Mr.
Julia Surface. Her death resulted from
the cMV-t of a runaway in which she
was considerably shook up causing a
paralytic stroke. She lived 12 days after
the accident and was unconscious the
last four days, so her sons tte they
having come from there after the funeral,
Mr. Elbort Surface and Mr. F.dam
Durlingame, of Dufi-r, paid Garfield a
thort visit. Edwin care not to stay
long a he got the girl last time ho was
down. And Elbert ha quite an attrao
tion near Dufer besides hi homestead.
Mr, Doc I'almaUter, wife and daughter
Pearl, also his sitor, Mrs. Humor uiade
a flying tiip to Wamic and Dufer to visit
his brother, Dan Palmate-, who they
think hu the consumption. They re
port a nice trip through the mountains,
Miss Pearl Paluiatcitr ha gone to
Portland to visit relative and friend.
Miss Kerut Palnmlecr returned with
her mother, Mr. Sarah Palmaieer from
Portland where she went to find work.
But it wa to lonesome a place and tho
got home sick s came buck.
Mr. Vactirn saw null U buny nil the
time chopping grain and sawing for the
bridge acroH the Eglo Creek near
Everyone ia growling at tho way the
Kagle Creek bridge is left to be repaired
till full when grain is to be hauled and
the wahir high so it i dangerous toh r I.
Someone will gut drowned then the
county may have a law suit to pay.
Why can it not be repaired in tint sum
mer not in the fall and winter as it has
been the two last time it was renairml.
It was known to be unsafe, all summer
so why leave the repairing till the
farmers want to use it the most of all the
year, I what all Garfield and Currlns
ville would like to know.
C.p'. H K. Hy 1. 1 Ju-i been oia
b. ai tr p 'o "ali'in.
(io. C ins i do n ihn t.di wi'-r lo.n
of A ton. ,
J ihn G: hl Muriied I runt the
Nmiir i Valle- with a few hea l ul Wl
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P. A. Piker sn I sms are h:pii g
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John Nrt.a t h rrl.irnd from Yum
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