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ENTERPRISE, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1000
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Sandy, Jan. J8, Sandy people have
Wn very himy taking advantage of pre
vailing lino weather plowiniM'lKarins: etc.
Ira Podge, who recently arrived from
the eai-t in making marked improvement
on his Urge farm by clearing and fenc
ing Hm will soon have one nf Ihe finest
and beat arranged farm in our midst.
J. II. Weaver is making preparation to
move his mill to a better locution.
Kern's creamery will be moved to
Orient. A milk wagon will ply between
Sandy and Orient and take np all the
milk on the route.
A public sale whs held on the laieTom
Phalen farm and all articles were sold at
a handsome figure.
Grilty Camp No. 539 V. 0. W. will
give a grand ball on Feb. 22d everybody
invited. The Woodmen initiated three
new members at their last meeting.
Politics are miring a few of onr people
for some reawn b'lt as far as Sandy is
co- crnd will remain true to the grand
old republican party, root hog or die.
J. Maroney was in Oreguu City prov
ing up on his homestead accompanied
by F. Weshy and Joe Merer.
Miss Grace Dodife left for Tortland to
remain there lor the present.
Will Bosholra was seen on our village
On Januaiv 20th a road meeting was
held and quite well attended it was
unanimously decided to build the re
maining ljg miles cf plank road. The
people were as liberal as uciial and
nearly $250 cash was subscribed besides
400 in labor and with the aid of the
county we will soon have good roads
Smyrna, Jan. 29 A. J. Yoder made
a business trip to the county seat, last
Monday and Tuesday.
Gulkk Olson is building an addition to
W. 11. Hurst of Aurora bad a man
buying potatoes in our neighborhood
last week ; 24 to 31c per bushel was off
ered at the bins.
Charley, the eight year old son of F.
E. and Jane Taylor, fell yesterday morn
ing and broke bis nose, his face baring
struck on a rail.
Miss Rosa Yoder spent last week at
Huhbard, visiting the family of Rev. J.
A basket social will take the place of
tha nrnnrani at Ihfl m pet in; nf Ilia litf ary
ceeds will be used for the benefit of the
At yesterday morning's communion
service, two young men were taken into
fellowship with the church.
Many of our people are making use of
the wm'ry weather in enlarging their
fields, resetting fences, burning brush
and grubbing. ''
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iue social event oi ine wees was an
icecream party given by Miss Mabel and
Lottie Schwartz on last Saturday even
J. S. Yoder made a business
Macksburg last Saturday.
Last Saturday a number of the neigh
oors garnered at the church and cut
woo 1 for use during the coming year,
Ihey also cleaned up the adjoinin
Stone, Jan. 27. Dan Griffin sold his
farm this week to Mr. Riebhoff, wh
will move to bin new borne this week
nr. (jnliiln will move down on Rogue
River, where the Government intends to
build a new hatchery.
Married, at the residence of the bride'
parents, fcmraa McMurry and Mark
Rounds, on the 22nd of Jan.
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a. Meauni eurpriHe party was given
Mr. and Mrs. Grant Mumpoer in honor
of their ninth wedding anniversary, on
the 22nd by the young people of the
neighborhood. All spent an enjoyable
The Hatchery debating society is pros
Ely, Jan. 30. Mr. R.M. Cooper, the
genial poi t-master at Carus, was in the
city Saturday, and made his old friends
a pleasant call.
Mr. Frank Williams started for Okala
homa Sunday morning, by way of Call
Mr. Moran has moved his barn, in-
leimiiiK iu converr. it; into an addition to
his ehop. He will erect another forge
and have an assistant in the near future,
Mr. Frank Bullard who was ofT work
i wo or three days, nurhing a lame back,
resumed work yesterday.
Staffokd, Jan. 24. Quite a change of
weather the frogs have thoughtfully un
rolled themselves and begun to climb
'he turbid slreams; their melodeous
:roaking can be heard every evening.
A light frost last week. No
Schatz Brothers are clearing land for
fpuds on their respective farms.
Saai Mayer has plastered a portion of
his new house.
Mrs. l'aue of Macleay has been visit
ing her daughter, Mn. Gage.
Mr. Weissenborn suffered the loss of a
$00 cow on Friday last. It was the only
u' tin tuiil and leave the family in a
sorry plight for milk and butler.
We tako the liberty to note that at
Oage's the chickens are Mm wintered
on buckwheat s'raw. and healthier look
ing fo is and better er'g producers are
Iu li-okiti ..iouii! wo .-.i-e piach tree
in fnli li-af, (.Ira !! i iff In MiMill),
house plants growing in the open air and
pastures as green as suriug.
The bees have been humming about
and apparently gathering horey.
Blue birds have gotten ovor their win
ter's scare and have returned in full
Charles and Chan Iloltoa arrived here
Saturday from the Sound and have gone
into the cord wood business In Frog
Roy Gatre is filling up on country air
while his brother Q. is working in a
Bkavkk Ckkkk, Jan 29. V. II. Reen
who has been working at Wardner, Ida
ho, fur some lime pu-t has returned and
will cut cord wood for V. F. Harris dur
ing the winter.
O. Sprngnft ft Redland, and "Pop"
Pollock of Uarus paid this burg a viit
The proprietors of the hall will give a
basket social on Feb. 2nd. Everybody
George Stevens has rented the Roberts
Nick Jonas of Eastern Oregon is visit
ing Doctor Boen and fondly.
Brownell and other politicians passed
through here on Saturday.
Mrs. H. W. Parry was visited on Sun
day by Mrs. T. 15. Thomas, Miss Annie
Parry, of Oregon City ; Evor Williams o(
Portland, and Captain Pritchard of
D. X. Jones has bought a fine piece of
laud from Henry Hughes.
On Thursday evening the stock holders
of the hall elected the following officers
to serve one year: President, T. B
Thomas; vice president, Henry Hughes;
secretary, W. F. Harris; treasurer, J.
Shannon ; directors, T. B. Thomas, II.
Hughes, W. T. Harris, J. Shannon,
and W. Shannon,
Milwaukik, Jan. 30. The United Ar
tisans were having an evening of amuse
ment and were being entertained by
who had carried, their guests into the
realms of air and some, no doubt, imag
ined that Father Time was speaking to
'hem from above when some unknown
person entered the anti-room without
the pass word and took two overcoats
and a hat. There was a stiff hat handy
but the sneak diJ not want anything he
could not bide very easily so left it.
That same tramp that ate up the two
large boxes of fruit has commenced eat
ing overcoats. What think ye? Does
he live far off?
There has been a second thieft re-
yneij huh weea irom mis nttie village
Some one relieved some contract grub
bers of their powder and fuf e.
Mr. Scott has reported the loss of
Mrs. ueo. Wiesinger bas gone to
Washington where her huBband has
good position m a Btore. They will both
ba missed in society circles as they were
popular young people.
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me inviiauon Dan was a success an
a general good time reported.
Mr. Adams is visiting Mr. Richard
L. L. Moore and wife attended the
Teacher's meeting at Clackamas Satur
A school meeting was held In the
school house Saturday evening for the
purpose of raising a tax to support the
school lor the coming year. It was de
cided to hire a third teacher and raise a
six mill tax. The Bchool is in eood
shape and progressing nicely under the
prent management. The roll ud to
date shows 107 pupils enrolled this year.
F. Walsh, of Oregon City, was visitinii
ins parents over Sunday.
Mrs. Crawford, of Portland, is visitinc
wnii ner oaugnter Mrs. JJilyue.
Miss Emma Spangenbery, ofAlbina.
is spending several weeks in Oak Grove
Ulrick Koenig, of Topeka, Kansas, is
at the home of his sister Mrs. John
Alexander Schwauber has charge of
the section at Milwaukie while Chas
Mcuinn is at Silverton where he has
charge of a crew of railroad hands.
Laurance Hornschuch, of Oregon City,
as in town Saturday.
Anton Brotje is living in the Kenner
house for the present.
A young man who has been buildim?
political castles in the air killed a snake
last week and no doubt ha think.. ,
conquer all his opponents during
he campaign but all signs fail in dry
Nj skating yet and January is almosl
Mrs. Knehl was sick last week.
Born Sunday to the wife of Sam Bern-
Vfe are sure you do not.
Nobody wants it. But it comes
to many thousands every year.
Itcomes to those who have had
coughs and colds until the
throat Is raw, and the lining
membranes of the lungs are
Inflamed. Stop your cough
when it first appears, ind you
remove the great danger of
stops eouehs of all kinds. It
does so because it is a sooth
power. This makes it the great
est preventive to consumption.
Put one of
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
Plasters over your lungs
A who Medloal
Ubrarj F r
Kor four cent! In tumpi tnpsj poit-
will tcuil yuu tixtMU mwlical
Mtdloal Advhm Fim.
W hT th airluilr aarrlrM of
oin uf lli moktriuliietit filtytlrlAna
la tli Uaitefi Siftte. Uitutual uppur-
hard a nine pound boy. Mother and
babe doing well. ,
Miss Latterelle was called to Turner
to attend the bedside of her mother who
is not expected to live more than twenty
Mr. Bob AdaniBhad (he mi(ortnne to
get his hand ma-died and a hone broken
so aB lo prevent his working.
Ed Bottemiller is working in the cur
barn this week .
.: iiioiurr ui romand ib directing the
Grange Diamatic Play which will appear
some time in the near future.
How Emery la Quarried. ',
Emery conies from the Island of
Naxos, In the eastern Mediterranean,
whence It has been exported for the
last two centuries or more. The beds
are In the northeast of the Island, the
deposits descending Into some of the
neighboring Islands, the emery being
found In lenticular musses, resting on
layers of schist lu limestone almost
Identical with Parian marble, the flu
est marble known, which comes from
the Island of Pnros, close by.
There are about 300 men engaged
In the trade, ad of whom have to be
married before they are admitted
the fraternity. The material Is much
too hard to be dug out or even blast
ed. Great fires are lighted around the
blocks till the natural cracks expand
with the heat, and levers are then in
sorted to pry them apart. This sys
tern Is continued until the blocks are
reduced In size to masses of a cubic
foot or less, and they are then shipped
as If they were coal. There are sakl
to be 20.000,000 tons yet available at
Naxos, and the Inst reported year's ex
port was 3,!30 tons. It is one of tho
hardest substances known. Ironmon
Don't Put a Bird In the Window
"Never put a bird In the window,"
said a bird fancier to the reporter the
other day. "I rarely go Into the street
In summer, or even on a mild day In
Winter, that I do not see unfortunate
canaries hung In the windows. Even
If the sun Is not broiling the brains
under the little yellow cup, a drnft is
blowing all the time over tho delicate
body. People have been told a thou
sand times that they must not put
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uuu iu me uran. yet now few re
member that there Is always a draft lr
an open wlndow!"-Ikrlin (Md.) Her
The Tone of Oxford I'nlveraltr.
The atmosphere of culture which opr.
vaues every part of the university Is
me truest cause or Oxford's greatness.
Dull Indeed must the student be who
is not touched and deeply Influenced
Dy this great force during his univers
ity life. It strikes the foreiirner Imme.
dlately. The first evidence of It comes
perhaps In the course of the first con
versation In a student's room, at which
he happens to be present. Ho will not
fall to notice the correctness of exnros-
sion, and usually the vigor and fresh
ness of thought, which are the salicn
characteristics of the conversation of
the best Oxford men. Of course there
are exceptions. There are frequent
examples of the literary dude In Ox-
rora as well as anywhere else of the
man who sacrlilces all pretense to sin
oorlty and noiinrtnpss to a momentary j
anu nan cneap, epigrammatic bril- i
liancy of expression. But this Is not 1
true of the avorago Oxford man.-Uar-'
BtuuUlei ua lung iprinr rmt. m
nently fit tliwn fotflmyou mlicl B
El nilrlcr. wru ireiT in in rrm- gj
II ulri In your pae. You will rel f A
I 1 sruuii't rp!. without eit f t
rm prom, $ j c ATER,
Y Uwll, MMS. W
I fVonilera ""m
The nice adjustment uc-cHsary In t
varloti purtK vt the Immense engines
now employe for ho.uo of the train
I oiM.nrgiv.it rnllwiiy Hue n.ny b; Indi
cated l.y tt f.'W dam of the work in
; formed by thee parts when '' ;K,W
I moiiro Is worked ut high speed. Hum.
I m the case of n piiHsenger engine nt tW
, uuies nu hour, n .hiving wheel vt W
foet diameter revolves five tliuos v
! .ry second, nml. thl being ho. the re-
clpiwntlng parts of each cylinder. In
cluding one pinion rod, crosKhend ami
connecting roil, weighing about KM
pounds, must move hiuli and forth a
i distance e.iunl to the stroke. ny 2
feet, every time the wheel revolves, or
I u the fifth of a second; this weight
I unrts from n Htate of rest at the end
of each stroke of the piston and must
I acquire a velocity of XI feet per Hecond
i u oiie-twentU'tu of a second, und must
i be brought to a state of rest lu the
! same period of time. A plstou 18 Inch
es lu diameter lias au urea oi -.i,j
square Inches; Hteinu of l.'iO pounds
pressure per Hiiuurc Inch would there
fore exert a force on the plstou equal
to :W,17.1 pounds, whirl! force la ap
plied ulterimti'ly oil each side of the
piston leu tiiii.-s In a second. Chicago
Can lun linliilur In ThUt
piiiing tho day every one nhouM
take a few minutes' sleep, preferably
directly nfUT the noon meal." write
Kdwar.1 H. Wurman lu The IjuIIcs'
Home Journal. "The time given to It
may seem too precious for one In busi
ness, but It will he more tliau compen
sated for by the mental and bodily
coudltlon that follows. Sit lu an easy
chair. Lylug down directly after a
meal crowds trie digestive organs and
Uinkes one's slee. restless Instead of
restful. Uest the head comfortably.
Tip the chair to a pleasnut angle fr
the body, not enough to have the
weight of the body on the back.
I'lace the feet ou a chair as high or a
trllle higher than the oue upon which
you are sitting; cross the limbs nt the
ankle Joluts. close the bunds together
by Interlacing the lingers, place the
fleshy part of the thumbs together In
order to avoid grnsplug the hands too
tightly aud close the eyes. Having
Jnis closed the circuit. It will lie nec
essary to relieve yourself of all nerv
ous and muscular teuslou. Thluk only
of your slow, measured breathlug aud
tho desire for a restful sleep."
A Tart Retort.
A good story Is told about former
Governor George S. Houston. Houston
aud oue of the public men now distin
guished lu the public life of the state
had an appointment to deliver public
speeches. They had to drive a long
distance before dluner time and arriv
ed at a farmhouse lu time for dinner.
Houston was sick. Ills companion hud
a ravenous apia-tlte.
"Mr. Houston," said the housewife,
Wlthsomo liullprifltlnn. 'I SCO von ain't
uarrtig much. I know the dluner aiu r
much, but It Is tho best I could get up.
I'm sorry you don't appreciate the din
ner." "My good woman, the dinner Is per
fect, but I am 111. In addition to that I
have got to make a speech Immediate
ly, and I cau't speak well after eating
"Yes," said the good housew ife, with
spini, -irs just like tlils-au empty
wagon makes the loudest noise." Hous
ton was silent. The other man uto
ravenously. Birmingham (Ala.) Age
Glory No Temptation.
A few years ago the river drivers
were working on the west branch
ine togs una jammed Into a nnstv
snarl, and uo one hankered for the Job
or going out with a cantdog and start
ing the key log. In the crew was an
Indian who was noted for bis cool
nessand bis keenness. The boss final
ly looked over In bis direction. "La
coote," he said, "you go out and break
that Jam, and I'll see that you get a
nice pull in the paper."
The redskin looked at the logs aud
then at the boss. "Dead Injun look
ulee on paper," he grunted, and walk
ed away. Aroostook (Me.) Pioneer.
Stinelched For Once.
"Sir," began the book canvasser. "I
have a little work here"
"Sorry," Interrupted the busy man.
"but I have a great deal of work here.
Good morning!" Chicago News.
"wny, no.' sno replied.
"no stood off a little way and
gqulutcd at bor. 'It should be you
aro worthy of It Did no one ever toll
you you had a beautiful profile?
"1 hat was a little Btartling, coming
from an utter stranger. Later she
learned that her admirer was , the
well known photographer. Of course
he had been looking at her through an
artist's eyes and from a purely ar
tistic standpoint and had meant no
offense. But It was trvlmr." Now
rork Commercial Advertiser.
Is a matter of choice. Any
woman may have It If she
takes the trouble.
Miss Carrie Sparr, 2780
Cherry Street, Kansas City,
Mo writes: "Six weeks ago I began
using the Seven Sutherland Sisters'
Scalp Cleaner and Hair Grower.
My hair was very thin, having fallen out
rorn scarlet fever. Thick, glossy hair Is
now coming in, ana I am positive tne
remedies have greatly helped me. I
advise everyone to use them."
They CURC where others tall.
olp air buuooun
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iH'rlmeiits that trlllo with nml emloiiBcr tho health of
lufonts nml ClilMmi-lfcpcrlenco njralnut ISiperliiiont.
What is CASTOR I A
CiiNtorlu In a nuhstltuto for Cantor Oil, Pannrorlo, Drop,
nml 8oothl..ir Syrup. It I Haraih'M nml lMeasant. It
contain neither Opium, Morphine nor other Nnreotlo
Hubstaiice. It nfjo 1 it irimrantec. It destroy Worm
nml nlltiy revorlslme. It cure Plnrrh.ru nml Wind
Colic. It relieve Tecthlnjr Trouble, cure Constipation
nml Flatulency. It assimilate tho l'ooil,. regulate tho
Stoniaeh nml Howcls, giving henlthy nml natural kp.
Tho Children' lNiunccu-Tho Mother' Friend.
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In Use For Over 30 Years.
Yes! lwy jue
Whether you want SIidcb or
Slippers, Utilizers, Shoe strinns,
or Overgaiters, ymi will (irul that
what you get from hh will givo
jou the most satisfactory wear,
look elegant all the time, and
always ho comfortable to your
Do You Need Any-
Doors, Windows, Glass, Moulding
Or Other Building Material.
C. H. Bestow & Co.
Corner nth and Main Sts. Oregon City, Oregon.
Write for Catalogue and Prices.
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lina lwwvll iiliulA llltllcr IlU HIT.
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