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OREGON CITY ENTERPRISE, FRIDAY, AlKWST 10, 1UX
P' CI W V KPH V nPTPP reverent thminht wore clothed with
L lUKKLMUiMiLitLit(iililiin(tdit!i.ty hl rBn only
MlLWAlkllt, AU 7 J. W. Jamea, of
Clackamas, had htf misfortune to have
liU tn wheel badly damaged by a
carele-a ltivt r colliding with his watcon,
Mr. ml I Mn. Workman are at me
coast for a few day.
Tlie I'ni.in Sunday-school picnic a
Eaui.1 Crkkk, Aug 6 The weather
lliis morning looks a little rainy which
1j not Very good lor harvcRting.
Tlie grain crop ia very light through
out thia auction, especially the wheat
crop which ia a complete failure in many
''tce on the bct of euiumer fallow.
Everybody Rerun to b buy cutting
or i'ai'kiug giain.
Kolly and Hurt iVoglasa went to Tort
Ian! laid week on a buinesa frip'and to
bring out a new mower.
Tliere wit a birthday picnic at Mr.
Freeman's Saturday in honor of l'eulah
Freeman, there were 14 in attendance,
eeptitig the old people and all seemed
to enjoy llien)ie1vea.
Mr. Cahill ia haulmgoak wood to Jack
nife to our poettuaster and merchant,
The meeting yesterday at Cavenaugh
chapel was well attended, the house t
ing well filled.
Matlk Li Mi, Aug. 6 Mrs. W.O.
Diikerson and daughter epeut Saturday
with friends at Carua.
Mr. and Mra. J. K. Paries have gone
lo Molalla f jr a few weeka' atay.
I,. Mtiutt had the misfortune to be
tiart by falling from a wood wagon last
Tnursday, the wagon paaaing over bit
right leg below the knee.
Mies llat-l Anderson, of Portland, ia
yisitlng at the home of her aunt, Mra.
Tbe dance given at tbe home ot Fred
Henrici recently in honor of Otia Shelly
was a v?ry pleasant affair.
Mr. and Mra. D. R. llughea and
diugSter, Mi Kdythe. visited over Sun
d ly at the home of their uncle, Thomas
Mohll, Aug. 6. Weather cooler
aid tip dog lennt-1 does not tweatao
Tlie clever armv-cnt worm have about
sll aorrendered and gone on a "bunt."
Harvesting ia well along and threshing
b.nina in earnest today. Hermann Broa.
have their new blower completed and
will try it this afternoon ou J. V. Thom
Shiver, Ha'leas & Co. will start op
their thrt-ohing outfit this week. They
are not goirg to rairt the price from laat
year straight 2 cents all around.
Last Saturday J. K. Shaver was cross
ing a dead funow with a binder, when
tlie tongue clashed the horses, one kicked
oyer it, the team ran, breaking the
to.igue short off, the stub running into
tlie hurts' hips and legs several inches,
making (rightful wounds, which had to
bi sewed up.
0. D. Eby and Wayne Bobbins have
returned from the mountains, much im
proved in health. They brought out lota
ol trou tand report a catch of 400 for one
day. We are rather inclined to believe
the bcyg, as they both look chubby.
Siii BEL. Aue. 5 Mr J J Gard, of
Clakee, spent today with Mrs E F
Martin Hill has returned after a two
weeks vitdt up the valley.
Jacob Grospmiller went to Portland
last Monday on business.
Jake Bohlender is home for a few days.
Ilri has been working down near
Berry Buckner, of Carus, spent today
among friends in our neighborhood.
A lare ru-nber of our young people
were invited to f-nd the evening at the
Lome of Mr. Stuedeman on last Saturday
evening, very many were present, ami
a tihiial, we ail lud a very pleasant tijie
until neatly midnight, when we were
treated to candies, nuts cakes, pies,
leinona'Ie, etc. We bop with gratefu
feelings, that Mr. Stuedeojan will soon
extend another invitation.
He v. Mrs. Lure, of California, preach
eJ to a croHdud hout-e in the Evangelical
church here this afternoon, in tlie
EngliBh language. She did not weary
her audience with a lengthy discourse
but for about 25 minutes she imparted to
(f dread hot weather. They (
cf snow now ir weaKens and t(
A how this affects the baby.
All such mothers tieed
Kic.andtL All drufrfrista.
Ler listener soma of tho loftiest aontl-
J moiiU the human oul it ahle to conceive-
f out the Rmil uf a aiiK'i're christian
woman. The christian church is living
for the lack of more such women.
Mr ami Mia K F Guenther lal a
family reunion today. Their children,
now nearly all grown, rm home forth
occasion, from 1'ortland, Walla Walla
anl Oregon City. Tin fatted wa
killed and a sumptuous re punt formed
the cheerful conclusion of a moat hay
MiiM Ina UroMinilller has gone to
l'ortland to work.
AlU'rt Woeltle anil siter, of Statlortl,
spent today with their friend Mini l.ouia
Uct Thtiradar niht alnml 00 boys and
men charivaried John Wolf. Our cap
tain, Adam Hermann, In a courteous
speech secured for ua all an introduction
to the bride, alter which we were res
pectfully invited to come Inside, where
John had several kef of beer in waiting.
It la needles to nay what waa done to
the beer, but suilice it to y that every
one felt that John had treated them well.
Long may he live.
Albert Moehnke ia home for a few
The prcyram given In the German
Congregational ihurch tonight waa a
very successful affair.
Mra Cooper, of Portland, ia spending
a few daya with her parrnta Mr and Mrt
Ciikrkwillk, Aug. 2 Haying is over
in this place, and, as there is scarcely
ativ grain to cut, the farmers can say the
busy season is over.
Miss A. Ware was the guest of Clara
Frasier last Sunday night
Mrs. Faty was the guest of her daugh
ter, Mrs. Shank, Sunday.
Mrs. Frasier and son, Sidney, were
yisiting Mrs. Flinn a few days ago.
G. E. Baty is working in a sawmill
near Pleasant Home.
Mr. Uevenue, of Sandy, has been
working on his place for the past few
Cherryville is losing its Popularity.
We are now soon to be without a poet
office, as our pottinii-trem, Mrs. Oxlxirn,
is going to leave for Eastern Oregon with
her husband and family in a few weeks.
Master Clarence Struchen was visiting
Harry Shank last Sunday.
Charles Shank has gone to work f"r
Coal A Coining, who own a sawmill near
Marmot, Aug. 1. As summer has re
turned, many peeple troin the metropolis
go to the mountains to spend their vaca
tion. One of the prettiest places in the state
to spend one's vacation is at Marmot.
The weather has been very warm for
the past week, bnt yesterday it rained.
The people of the community seem to
l well pleaced with the improvements
made on the roads the past week.
All the early apples and peach plums
are now ripe and fit for market.
Among the new arrivals at Marmot
are Miss Stemroe, Mrs. Waite, Mrs.
Jackson and two children, all of Port
land. Mr. AschofT, while on a tour to Mount
Jefferson, was taken seriously ill, but is
Mrs. Mclntyre, of Salmon, was at Mar
Mrs. Binsuager, of Portland, accom
panied by her two children and sister,
Mist L'pinheimer, are guests at the Mar
Ernest AschofT has gone to Aims to
work in the sawmill.
Mr. Wood, accompanied by his family,
has gone to Eagle Creek to spend the
Many bicyclists from Portland who
have been fishing in the Little Sandy re
port finli plentiful.
Charles Kyler, one of Marmot's most
prominent citizens, had a tarn raining
Mrs. Mensinger, accompanied by her
daughter, Emma, and Miss Smith, re
(pending the summer at their country
home on the Sandy.
Bokinoh. Aug. 7. Hurrah for McKin
ley and Roosevelt I
Once more clouds have covered the
heavens and made some farmers shake
in their boots for Icar of rain.
Harvest is in full blast. The busy
hum of the binders as they cut the h'kM
of ripened grain are heard in all direc
tions. Lewis Lipsith made a trip to Portland
on his wheel Sunday. j
Mr. and Mrs. William Derby, rfi
(Jrcsham, were the guests of Mr, and
Mrs. W. II. Boring lant Wednesday.
liorings is a thrifty place, with Its
abundant resources for farming. Of late
there has been a new colony settling in
Coringi, hh well as other places, known
as the ' en worms." They came in from
the soutli, sweeping the field clean as
they go, taking everything which is
green. Iliey nave climbed hazel bushes
and eaten the shell from the nuts, leav
ing the nuts on the bush, albo pealed
Look at your tongue.
Is it coated?
Then you have a bad
taste In your mouth every
morning. Your appetite
is poor, and food dis
tresses you. You have
frequent headaches and
arc often dizzy. Your
stomach Is weak and
your bowels are always
There's an old and re
Don't take a cathartic
dose and then stop. Bet
ter take a laxative dose
each night, just enough to
cause one good free move
ment the day following.
You fctl better the
very next day. Your
appetite returns, your
dyspepsia is cured, your
headaches pass away,
your tongue clears up,
your liver acts well, and
your bowels no longer
give you trouble.
Prkt, 23 nnlt. AH tfr(f lata.
MI tm Ukrn Ajt I'tlla fur X
ami I nmAuli-r thru th brat
hui.lo. in pill n fwr rxl
(tun half tl ( njr ulbrr kiuii 1
tu ff vrr irirL
lr. S. E-Tai Rot,
Urih J, !. Arrint..0) Kana.
L.jLVi A Jk. ,A
harb rry up from two to three feet in
some placet. One man hid acme nice
tobacco growing in his garden and the
worms stripped it ol its leaves, and word
has ren received that they are rolling
ami smoking cigarettes now.
Some of the wopl from here attended
the reunion at Pleasant Home Ut week
W. II Boring is going with William
Derby's new steam ttirenher.
Stone A Co, 'a sawmill ia tunning with
a full crew of hand. They are cutting
Borintts ran boast of having three saw
mills running fu'l bUt, on r.nlroi I ties
This shows that prosperity reigns.
E person Bros', threchirg mvhim'
Thomas Wlrh has been doing some
slsHhing on his place.
Peplano, Aug 0. Harvestingi going
on nicely, the worms doing most of the
work, estiecially of tbe potatoea and gar
dens. Some improvements In (own in the
way of fence the lant week. We only
made them because we could not get it
done any other way.
When certain parties are In the wrong
to the extent of refusirgto pay their hon
eat debts enumerated lo them, it look a
if they would stop trying to ride over
helpless widow and. women who hate
no one it take their part. "Io unto
others as you would that others should
do unto. you."
Ernest Linn has joined the Park place
Will and Charles Hiciiibothrm, with
Bert Hart, spent Saturduy evening and
Sunday in Portland. Henry Muhher li".
spent Saturday sod Sunday in the me
tropolis yifiling Meruit ami relatives,
Professor Austin commenced a two
and a half months' term of school a
Evergreen schoolhouie to lay.
Our teacher will goto the following
places: MIhs Hattie Wilcox, Macks-
burg; Min Annie Hicinbothcm will
teach tlie home school; Min Maudi
Stone, Dover; Hurry Mosher, Whit
Lycnrgiis Monher, who is employs' in
a S&ndy logging caiiip, r-t -rit Saturday
and Sunday at home,
L. If. Hickman has been doing somi
biihincman traveling agent for a Chicago
Mrs. Mosher and family spent Sunday
yii-iting her daiiKhter, Mrs. New kirk, in
Mrs. ettie Collins, of l'ortland. 1
H,n,i,)K fHW WW!ks with her mother,
jj r. a . Sprague.
Mr. Milda Khnmwav. ,f i',.,nn.i 1-
out visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
U. F. Linn.
N'EKiiy, Aug. (X The only excuse we
can offer for our long Hhsenre is that the
writer has been very busy in the harvest
The young folks nave a far-well dan,.
for the MiHHes Weiand and Knight Sat
urday evening at Air. Weiu'ind's hop-
bouse. A large crowd was present ami
'the evening passed very pleasantly ami
! altogether too swi'lly.
I The worm have niado their appcat
' , In the potato Riid cabbage Held In
J 1 thi vicinity, but no serious damage hu
Im-cii done tliiia lr.
The hum of tlm I
iho letuins ver
lu g their seed trt k
Im cii done tlm far.
Ihrcidier I heard, but
very poor, si iue 1101 gn
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. ll .'Ill's IR piohij -
long illne of typhoid lever.
tjiiite a number id our people have
In ch visiting S.la spring lately.
Mie Amy Wdgand and I'di.a
Knluht. of Saleni, visited them pait
Mim Alice Kilter ha Nen ipiite sick
with nuiliirial fever.
Ilurn To the wile ol our woilhy lli k-
Miiitli. Charlca lluirman, on h'in.lay,
Julv 2l, a daughter.
Mim Mao Kii s r has returned from
uhbard. where she ha ln-eii since III)
t!rit of May-
Mrs. William lUiipdi-U at d Ron, of
Portland, vm.led Mrs tl. A. Klrser th
week, Rlld they vlhitrd Soda Spring
Tune will be a dance at Nie-ljf Sa'ur-
Medillion re all the rsge now, and
rveiy fellow get hi gill one for Reel
Wat er Walon wheeled to Salrin laat
Mim Mattie Nc pon, ten Jay with
Pel j. mill lloiualey i on the sick llt
Mi Jake IK iruiaii ba ont to the
coast for her health.
Miicrtie Nollitt ami Ire rirti wer
enjo) nig the d it lt hull lay on their
II. Cornshat k's family an I Mia-ca Katr
and l lura Spangla tprtit last Sunday in
William Katia lell paaard Ihloilgh heiR
Mis Ine Hilton h Ix-en Irving her
new hike on the fine road.
A nr ph itographrr in loan.
Warning Boy, l en y-u vltit S-'a
spring doii'i take anything but xx'a
w ier alraik'hl.
Ml-l K'.hrl Kiih, of Portland, la visit
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Wiling lildy' fattier (ear tin liink'ra i( tl e
front gale i'l tireak.
O'lr correMillilellr will plea Send
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