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OREGON CITY ENTERPRISE, FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 11XM)
(Too Into for lat week.)
Maiik La Mi May CI. 1 '..-Mm.
Koth of I'oitlaiid, is the j;ueat of A.
Mrs, Chas. Saallow ami daughter,
Miss Miirlie returned home Friday nftrr
a week's visit will) relatives in Portland.
11. K. Shonlidif visited with friends
t Woodlmrii Saturday.
Mr. and Mr J. H. Pavies and I.wi
Iavies returned home Tuesday altera
two week's absence at Molalla.
C. O. Cole hnl itie misfortune to liave
bis left arm broken in the rock rrnsher
.Miss F.nter Watson, of Oregon City, is
visiting- at W. F. Drayton'a.
Mr. J, W. Jones anl Mra. J. D.
Kenner and daughter, Mint Qua, of
Oreg n City, weie visiting at the Louie
of their uncle, Tito. Pavies, Thursday.
O. H. HyUn.l clsedan eighth month's
term of school.
Mr. J. K. Morris and sons, of West
Oiecon City, visited at A. Mann's last
Fiank lived through it all lo aoa Lis ga
by war of Kelso.
Theodore Kcveniie la working on his
' ranch. Neil we w ill see. Theodoie rap
ture Home pretty girl and rail her all his
own and settle down on his fine little
Gritty Camp No 5:W W. 0. W, at the
last tucrlit.g elected thelollowingolllt'ers
CC, Jerome CVkeliessj A I., 0 F
Pruns; rlerk, F. K Andre; hanker, Chas
Pramhall; escourt, Harry Hrainhall.
(irittr Canin will celebrate the ulorioua
Fourth of July by giving a graild relebra
tlon. All Woodmen are cordually in
vited to anoint us in making this the
grandest celebration ever had In Sandy.
Fiervises will consist of orations, read
ing of iVclaration of Indeindeni.
seaking, vocal and instrumental music.
Program will be arranged the coining
week. Sandy h as ample accommodation
for all, and Meinig Park is an ideal ulae
to celebrate in, so, Hip, Hip, Hurrah,)
let the eagle scream so loud that every
one can bear it.
TAFroun, May 2.). Tiie storms have
lodged considerable clover. Much clover
w ill he ready to mow as soon as the
weather is favorable for haying.
Two inches of rain in two davi last
Most of the grain looks sick, wheat is
yellow and oats are red.
Much fruit was damaged by the wind
on the 23d. Cherries were whipped
from the trees.
Straw Wrries now grace farmer's tables
as well as currants, gooseberries and
John Johnson w as out from Fortland
A new minister hat taken possession
of the F.aptist parsonage. He is from
New York state.
Kotiert Riehle has a painter at work
on his residence.
Gages have cleared and broke op their
roadway between Keutter and Weissen
born. rot a to planting lias begun.
Mrs. Kline has returned from the
Fred Elligson and wife have returned
lroin Independence w here they had been,
as delegates from the Tualatin grange,
to the state grange.
Maagt-AM, May J.-.Mrs. Harthjiving
two miles north of Marquam, died last
rriday and was interred on Saturday
afternoon in the cemetery near tha
M if s Elsie Taylor 'closed a very sue
fedu! term of school last Friday. Quite
a number were out to the closing exer
cise which were rery good.
Mr. and Mrs. Haerdarn, of Scvtts
Mills, have sold their property and are
living with their daughter, Mrs. Althea
Nicholson, of Marquam.
John Little left for FaMern Oregon
Tuesday, where he is working in a saw
The actions of some parties the night
of the citizens rally at Marquam remiud
one o( the saying of the end man in the
play, "And still the villian pursued
Mr. Eentley made a living trio tj
Salem on Fridav last.
of hair is
ly to a
L v c r y
sernnilirv In ft. YtV
have a rook wc will
gladly send you that
tells just how to care
for the hair.
If your -hair Is too
t n i n
X' KB VI
Pkavkr Cbkek, May 30.
Mr. F'Ltor Ven i comet home today
vrom mine work, i found von bauer in
mine bouse, dat bopulist baner. and i did
see a bece in dere ritten by a little Blow
Hard. Now Mr. Editor. I tela vou .it
betels lots of lise." He tels be wu
set bi bis Tindo and sees lots of buggy
go bi, and links it vas a funeral. He tels
vigorous and all dan
druff is removed.
It always restores
color to gray or faded
hair. Retain your
vouth; don't look, old
before your time.
l.OOabottlw. All araiftats.
I K HUJ MM I). I- Vt
now for abnut J. jeara and I haa
found II iflrmlij ami llafa.u.ry
la ,,. way. I l-l,i-a hat
nxHimnwodni thia Hair Vtjrnr to
humln-O. ( my frtrniU, and thvy
an rn mm Han puiry. ir any
lixly vanu Ida Imi kind of a lUir
ifr I (lull rrrtninljr rminnwnd
t tlvra )ul monfly a. I
rmn I hi I ihrj m Uiitin ul Ayvr's
luir V imr ."
lr. H. HtMtlTot,
Writ a ihm Hawaw.
If Ta 4fi1 obtala all lh hf,tt
you d. r Intn lh ol lh Vmur.
wrlla IB Uuttor abnal it. AMraa,
fm w. v Air. I . ,
Mr. L. L. Moore is convalescant.
Mr. Scott, our naimIaioner. was at-
! tending the Grand 1xlge of the I. 0. 0.
F. at Astoria last week.
Mr. JtM KiIHIImI nl l .Mlul,.r ar.a a
. , . " m
He knows it voa our republican ! R'test of Mr. J. E. Wetxler.
Sandy, May 28. Politics are j'lbt be
ginning to bubble up a little, but so far
Very little interest is manifeet. In fact,
calamity how lers and all others are too
busy miking money these good times,
and have no time lo talk politics, or
tUTte this government. All people are
comment mat republicans will reign
supreme at June election.
fcaw mills re all busy, J. H. Wewer
Bow ia sawing at full blast.
Joel Fare has a contract for logging for
ewer s mill. He has a crew uf fifteen
men at work.
Brown and Sons will soon move their
mill out here.
Straus & Lenard saw-millers have pur
chased the timber of 0. Mickelson.G.
Jonsrud and Mrs. Itarnbow, considera
Catholic church has purchased a big
bell, and wan rung for the first time last
Sunday, it is a monster Ml and can be
heard for miles around.
B. Nelpon has the misfortune of crip-
plmg and butchering his thumb, by
cu'ting it with an old x instead of the
While Frank McGugin was hauling a
load of produce, his Warn ran away,
scattering the contents to the four winds
and Htiiat-hing his WHgon to splinters.
candidate and he got out and shaks
bands mit dem and begs for rone aegar
and den be yil vote for dem.
B Jt our candidate are to smart for him
and dey tels him dey dont vant his vote
and ve gota lots of votes to spare. Now
Mr. Editor, I tels you vot, ven election
day corns dat Blow Hard vil find out he
nows nottings, and be gets awfuly mad
and he riles all ot dem lies and sends
dem to dat Blow Horn baper lik him
Milwaikie, May 23.-Mr. Ludwig
Tuchulke went on an extended European
trip Monday. He will be gone a year
and go to his boyhood home in I'olen,
Germany and take in the Paris Exposi-Mon.
Geo. Atwoixl.has taken a lintu ron
tract of wood-cutting, he being short of!
lundi. bis wife on Sunday last pies
ented him with a brand new wood chop
per. Mr. M. Lakin, who is employed in the
carbarn, was suddenly taken Heriomly
ill, so that his boom friend, J. mime
Methesin, carried him borne on Thurs
day. He is now able to resume his
work. He will toon lake his wWI-earaed
. ii . L . m iimmIiI Taitaav
"One of tin" riiuntfct e i Iciuva In
i, ..i.. i nr.." aiiiil mi ul. I ch'ik. "was
. 11...1 in u lilcli a mail n clnli'l vd Ills
inline will.uiit ttiltUirf III" toll after
It. as Is the riHloiu. When I Milled
his nltciilli'M to It. he al.l; i hadn't
fin-got It, but I f.il a Utile bit llml'l
ntioiit It. The hi"t I wn wttt
from home I rvglieivd the name of
my tou nml the rink asked me
viiint xliite II whs In. I got iniid III
a minute mid wouldn't st.iy In the
home. I went to niiiithcr home and
n gUlcnd from Urookljii. mid the neJl
dny I np'iiivd In the pnper rredltcd
I to New ink. I showed It lo the rlerk,
, . . i . i ..i ..r
H In- .HI III' I'llllllgiil in,l uiiiv i'i
reslileiii-e on tl:e lnHk liiiie nolKHly
ever ngUtend fiom UriNiklyu.'
"I l. .1.1 the iiiiiu he nn-d hats II o
t f,.,ir of having the Incident repeated
In nor nl.ire niovlihil he wanted to
I .. .ii.. it,., iifiimi anlit lie would
tlilnk about II rind aked lo ! shown
1,1 room. I mm no more or nun un
til lute III the night. He Ihi'll Sked
me If I tin l mi alius He studied II
inlnuti ly for a few minutes, ineaaiired
ilUtanee with his two hall, In, like a
fiinner. mid then he culled me and
polntisl out the inline of a town. I
nked hi in If that wii hi.
" 'It Ii the inline H right.' he replied.
but I d.m'l kiniw whether the town
l mill there. It la the UmuiiIiicM
town you ever . and when I left
It n growlu on fnii flint furmei III
the adjulliln late 'ie hiirnlli their
f. n.vn to keep l'ie t.iutl I olil gionln
right over 'nil'" - Chi'-iig'i Inter
Waa Qavrn Itraa llaadaumrl
Sir lloniif U'alHilt''a de rlplloll nf
the iiialdi-tl ipn-cu. ilnivtil from her
xrtralt and from i-oiHciitoinry ac
rouiit. I not a very attractive one.
"A pule Human none, a hem) of hair
lo.'idnl with rrowiiN and mhv,Ii-HiI with
illainon.U. a vitt ruff, a vaster farthin
gale and a bnln I of pem l art'," he
mv. "the features by which every-
b.Hly know nt n glance the pictures
of yueeit KllaalH'th."
: nt notw IthKtnudlug that she did not
care for ml nml Hint, knowing her
lack of It. she rfta-ted to desplsti InkII-
I ly conielliiiKa, ktlll she loviil lo nilllll-
ply iKirtralia of herself. "In them she
I tMiild ai'in-ivr really hndoiinv'' Vet
! If she has Ix-eii tlutd riil III the cjl
i lug llkeiii-n- of her she muni ha
' li.-en tint iiierelr uliilii. but a remark
nbly duly woman. I'erhnpa I lir truth
Is tlmt with the uioni courtly linen
tli. ns the puluteri of the time did lint
kuow how to prevaricate.
"The iiieen," says a foreign observer. I
"Is fair, bill w rlukhtl. Her Uoe Is a '
little booked, her lips thin and her t
te4-tli bluck. She wore false hair and
that red. Her iHiaom'wsa iiiicovi-ri-.l.
as all the English hullea have It until
they marry." That the ixtluti-rs Hut
m. mmaTaTalalHBBalaV ' JSJ
aw7 Vw7 U ry V
Tho Kind You llav Alwitya) Itoiiglit, ntiil which luu Ixtii
in uao for ovrr JIO
yriira, lias iMiruo tlio ultfiitituro of
nml Ima br-cu niitdtv iimlcr liU r-
jCArfI"' 0,u" nurvUion alnce It iifim, y,
yut. .CA4 Allow no one to ilocrlvr. Suit In thl..
All ('outitrrfcUa, ImlfatliMia aikI Huttl(iitoa urn hut V.i
rrlinrnt (lint trlllo with mul rnluiirrr lhr hrulth of
Influits mid ('lilllrriii:iHrlrii(-v uirnliiat lUixTliiiruU
What is CASTORIA
(.'-tutor U l n atilistKuto Tor Cuator OH, I'lirr-uorlo, Drops)
mid hiMitlilmf Hyrupa. It U llurmlcaa mid riraaimt, it
roiitnln iiiltbrr Opium, lorpliiun nor othrr Narrotlo
aiilistimoo. Its ngrt Is It ifiinritiitrr. It dratroy Vorm
mid nlluji lVvrrlslitirsa, ft cure IMnrrhuM mid Hind
('olio. It rcllcvci Tcrtlilnjr Troultlra, rurca Couatlputloii
mid riiitulriuy. It naalmlLttc tlio 1'o4nI, rrifiilutra tho
Stoiiiiuh mid HowrU, fjl luif liealtlijr mid liuturul alorp,
Tho Children' I'liuiKTrt-Tlio lothcr'a Trlrnd.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears tho Signature of
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
kMU bo YfAftr ,LIELLOl-
ar I V i in ii ia I mi aaaaaa
W S aa. Ti Ii ii I 1
2T I fJ L J J L J J
v 2 I V'lUJtU Pl
i -i I r.iiiic: t. i
I ak m m aiataaT Tisr tm
,f i sjAnc praaaa
W a. 1-A -
lend her In some ih-ree we limit Infer !
from that f.u I that she wn fond of.
slttliii; to them, though she could iml f
l-.iir the slKlit of a mirror, which o
tiniKed her that her attelutunls VM re 1
ubllKi'd to tilde theirs when she was'
present Art Amateur. I
"" n-H a -i i, -r n ?
aalralF aaoanam imt nrinkai fraa a Lmt Km M
lltvaill, M f ..l.al If . ..m :l I ..ft. a. antra.
Il.nt'ta1lf naj.,u U llai. :u u I' Mania
aanl Ira, i. Wat asac-ir f.rf -, rt. a l,.ia.
I'alama laaan ilu, i lu,
aaarMi aWlrt .lh al rharva. Ml Iba
A Hsirt4aittiaf tlttta r mA aaaa.l.tt I a
ri(iaiin of hf irifl' -ia-ti.. ?. 4 a
I 'ST ari'i., na aj i aaaaaal III I kaaiailul.
yV'jrfT New Tori
W TV ailaTftuli, u, v
Persons have been known to
gain a pound a day by taking
an ounce of SCOTT'S EMUL
SION. It is strange, but it often
Somehow the ounce produces
the pound it seems to start the
digestive machinery going prop
erlv. so that the natipnf i a hi
to digest and absorb his ordinary
iuuu, wiiilii ne couia not ao oe
fore, and that is the way the gain
A certain amount of flesh is
necessary for health ; if you have
not got it you can get it by
VaaaaM f , Mrs. Wilman, or Portland, the man
ager of the California Powder Co,, was a
iou win una it just as useful In summer ' K)eRl 01 Mr- K. Scott Sunday.
Win winter, and if you are thriving upon j Miss May Oliver, who has n at
it don t stop because the weather is warm, tending the Portland Busings College,
50c nd$i.oo, .ii druggists. has secured a position in an office as a
SCOTT 4 bowne, chemuu, New Vert. stenographer.
The two bridges on the river road to
Oregon City are Cniahed.
Our Eatket Ball Club will eive an en
tertainment and social the first week in
I lie road master. Wit. Coniul ho.
nau a crew of men and a number of
teams working on the road from here to
Willsberg. They are now working down
near J. S. Iiislev'a farm.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Birchemier were
with the arrival of a new baby daughter
Work commenced at the Multnomah
line on the cycle path.
Dick Welsh waa home today. He ar
rived on the Columbia from nan Fran.
Cisco where he to assistant steward, lie
Nearly every one is registered.
We Republicans expect a erand rallv
on Thursday evening. A good musical
program has been prepared.
Mji.waikie, May 20. Mr. John Ja mea
had the misfortune
1 v ana ucn l
horse of his newly bought team seriously
hurt, in a runaway with a harrow and
coming in contact of a barbed wire fence.
This is the second horse hurt lately.
One McPherson, who has been room
ing with Mrs. Grant and borrowed
money wherever he could, took French
leaye. He was a gambler and alias real
There seems to be an unusually larin
number of applicants for the Milwaukie
school at present. All have a scote of
reccotnmendation as long as your arm
and some date back as far as Free
Otto Neaf is still sick but is
There has been much drift wood i?ini
down tho river lately.
Mr. Ham, of Portland, is vimtin
M. Alexander Lehman, who is at pres
ent teaching as principal In our school,
will go to Prineville in a few weeks.
The grange had a big blowout hero
lat Saturday night. The net piocneds
were 111. M. Wayn Bunnell was the
chairman of the evening.
The work on th Bike Is progressing.
C. W. Bewell is the fofeiuan.
The republicans bad a rousing meet
ing on the 24th at the town hall when
over 150 people gathered to tiarticinaU.
The sealing capacity of the building was
sadly overtaxed, so much so. that many
01 tlie audience were compelled to stand
during the evening. The meeting was
presided over by John K. Wetzlers,
county central committeeman. witl
Lieutenant J. U. Campbell in the seat of
honor, he being the central committee
man for Clackamas county.
M as Kmma Kminel opened the nr.)
grain with an appropriate vocal selection
entitled, "The Blue and the Gray," Miss
Julia Wetzler acting aa accompanist on
the piano. A. 8. Dri-sser, candidal- for
joint representative of L'lakamm and
Multnomah counties, spoke 011 the lead
ing issues of the day. His remarks ,-re
sensible and to the point, which won for
him fiequent 0 .thiirnts of applause. All
republican candidates spoke and (ieo C
brownell and U. 15. Ilimlck rim.1i,
most fun and was cheered the most.
The McKinley Glee Club then favored
the audience with a selection, which was
a campaign song, compoed by the mem
ucm, himj it njBiie a --nit." 1 lie ,un
ner in which the local nolitii-i ana a 1
Jplaudedand cheered, as though thy
could not make noise enough, showed
the warblers with what enthusiasm and
appreciation they received the song
iiie members ol tbe Glee Club are all
club members, the personnel heing as
follows: B. M. Fish, first
j Brickmeir, second tenor; Will Lehman,
inrst bass; II. A. Ilenneirmn, second
111,,.. x l.l: . . . .
vinci Jimiuoucans UiaUH firmf m
marks, and taken all together, the meet
ing was decidedly euccecBiul.
Tl I r - .
iu.jrn.jay evening june7, the mem
bers ol the MilwatUie Basket Ball riul.
will give an entertainment and Hocial,
the proceeds to b used toward the pur
cnase 01 Hints tor the team. The pro
gram will be lengthy, the different mm.
hers being rendered by local tulcut.
The boys have made extensive pmpara-'
lions for this afTiir and are in hope, 0f
drawing a large crowd, f.mlv ,,.,.. t
will furnish the refreshments.
Wfcra Women I'larrrf rtrLrl.
The following la from nu urtlrlo In 1
the Uui'lon Gciii'inl Ad.-rtls-r of 1717;
"On M0U1I117 lu-t In playing the Wo- I
men's Cricket Mutch l'ie ('oinpnoy I
broke In, tut Hint It was ln.w-.ili' fur '
the gnme to Ih phiy'd out; 11 ml miuit' of !
them being very nnn h frlgMi-in-d. mid
oiners iiiin. 11 i-ouni nut pe uiiimIi l till
this Morning, when at Mm- o'clock
ther will flulsh the same, honlmr tin-
Compntiy will he so kind as to Indulge
mem 111 not walking witdin the King,
which will not only be a cr. nt l'l, a.
ura to them, but a general Satisfaction
to tbe hole. All Gentlemen and la
dles that have nnld to at- this Mm, d
on Monday shall hare the Liberty of
me urouuu to see It fliilah'd, without
any other charge. And lo tho After
noon they will play a Kerond Match.
In the SaniO Place, several Inrua Kmna
I bidng depeudlng betwcea the Women
or me ii urn or wusHex, in Oraniro Col-
our'd Itlblions. and those of the Dales,
In Blue. Tho Wickets to bo pltrli'd by
"no 0 clock, and to beirln Ma in-
1 WO. '
'a WaW'a tvl
'Jl.thnilea ..flung ill,-
taliie trle.lioifl who n
Orepiii, W'asliiiiKtor ,('a!i
friii ami Malm now in
H-rti,,n ,jf t),f 1'acifiu
Matii.ti Telephone Coin
pal'). covering V.'.V)
Quick, accural, cheap.
All tlm satisfaction t a
I'i'latire no rffrcl to a
h-ar tiii-leratamlitig. Hjv
knur ai.il an Franrisco
as ea-il jirafil as J'ort
('re'-.t, City ofl-rfj at
-"rl!llanliiirs Ilrug Store.
A Finn tltrary of tneqoilicj laloe-rr:'!cl.
lHdalc. Conclte and Comrrchcntlre Hani,
tofflcljr I'rlotcJ and fccautlfully UluvtriJtd.
Uy jACOD BiaOLQ
No. i-ni(KiLn iiorso hook
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No. 3-IIKMJLH DKkHY BOOK
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No.3-BKKU.li ItHJLTMV IMX)K
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n.lia ; a.lni cul.a.U lllr llkri.i.,.. ihIi.U
1 in. Iial Ucla. Milli k iuiii ill.... ... 1 .
AUrl lo rral It.
"Tho emit dancer." snld the rrave
citizen, "Is that we will drift Into a
pntemal form of government. "
"les," nnswered Mr. Meekton, with
a sigh. "Henrietta seems worried
about thnt every time I sneak to tlu
"Watch til' t'nxer'a hlinv." anl.t tlm
Janitor philosopher. "If he throws up
his coat collar whin he Inters th' klt.-M.
en, he fans a grudge ag'ln th' house. If
ho Btralchtens un his necktie, he's
gono on th' cook'-Chlcngo News.
Our correspondence will idemm en,l
1 1 articles beforii V,l
week, otherwise it leaches us loo lale for
1 T Aa.
u ft tr-r
I f I
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No. 4-UKKJt.F. COW HOOK
Bean tts Th Kind You Haw Always BoutliJ
JUce, a pound r
Arm Hainmor Soda 40
fitarcb gloss or corn fie
Wash powder ' 5,,
Laundry soap 10 ham
10c tar soap -ttit jn
19 Hi dry grand suj'sr ;. It i n
Lemons nn J oranges j,;
Trade for all kinds of produce.- j
All aomtl c..a au4 the 11, p Uu.h.na . hala a nt al
al- I I'l.UI,,, S ,lo,.4 III, like lr.,...M" "I , h
-n i w viurr iiiuaiiallitia. I'lk, v. irut,
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lhkkn, ir pn.wa hmall l inli. i.iiKi( u a,o,i ,,Mi,
away fur Ih, UIIK U UookK ' n.- M 1
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