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OKEOON CITY ENTEIU'HISE FKIDAY, PKCF.MI'.KU 23, 1000.
rucrs. IVc. 'M J. It. IVsrd.uft
wishes to thank li fti. n.la and neigh
Km fr their kindness during ih lllnes
of hi wife.
Eaii Csssa, IW 22 A Try pretty
hum wedding t-iuk place on Wednes
day, IVo. 19, ISM, l !!, at tli rel-l-ii.-ot
Mr. and Mrs. V. l IlomVtl,
it K(l Cmk, when ihelrneic. MIm
I.mnie Chapman.. a married to Ri lrt
liihson, ! ut Kk'I Crwk.Hder Aaron
rrrMon. tit PaiiiaKMia, .rhrniiiig Ih
ceremony In tb preeeno of tew invit
ed relatives an.l friends.
J. I'. Woo.ll and tii ton, Mar, went
to Portland mifdy .
Mr. Titu, fiviu Indianne, i visiting
W. A. Ilowli-tl.
Our school teacher, Mis (iusai Mad
d.nk.has returrml houi for . to aeeka'
W ill ltniter and wile, ot IVuiglas,
Mari.u Co., r vi.iting rvUt:anJ
IViHi, Dec. 2.V There s a Christ-
mu trr at Hi. U A. liorUoo resi
dence laet eveiiirg ami qmie an enjoya
ble tim via had.
Tlirr mill be Cbristrose tree at
Spricgwatrr, Bv nii'ra distant, tonight,
and many ot the rwulenta ot IXxli in
tend to t present anJ enjoy th enter
tainment. We bar socoeedeJ at laat in securing
bell tor our school bous.
There k quite a movement bring made
cn lb cow) road quiion. We art so
inf to trj to plank tb road from Spring
w r to intersect tb road at Logan, a
distance U about eight niitea. The out
look at prevent ert promising, it tb
county will assist.
John Goebel returned a few daya ago
trora Nome to tisit bia fattier, bat ha
now gone to Seattle, where b baa era
p!ovmnL Mr. and Mr. 0. B. Taylor are Tieiting
friends ia Parkpuwe.
E. Lacy. who was hurt four mor.thr
ao, i iai.xuritu kiy, but ia atill con
fioed to lna home.
Tb Myer Samill Company is orer
hauling and improving- th plant for th
spring and rummer work. Tbey bop
to supply all (he local demand.
W are ruing to hare a Christmas din-D-r
at Mr. L. A. Gordon' a regular
Ci'inmnniiT IVsti vl.
PoralVs.kMt, Alta Jn.l t. Dora Jud I,
Mary Hall.Florenc and Klhel Urarkett,
Meaars II ItolTiiielater J J Ju.l.l. J I'
i Urarkett. W K Isinglass. V IV.uglass, K
i tVuglsas, U Ju.l.l, Krnest and Willi
no in it or nniiiHtiojir.iw.
(Continued from pg mil')
Sijistsidb, IVc. 28. Mrs. Nellie Pear
1 tS died at the r?aiJf.c of her brother.
Norri Davia, on the J8tb iiiht. an J the
funeral took pUre on the 'Uth, Ker. T.
11. Kuo,ner officiating. Stie was the
grand daughter ot Japer Clitt, an old
pioneer of this county, the leares a bus
band and one little daughter eight
Both Christina trees at the Sannyside
school were well er j'yeJ by the chil
dren. Hie pupils ot the advanced room
made their teacher a present ot a Urge
Mrs. Urate Ltbo, of Astoria, was visit
ing ber parents, Mr. and Mr. Cotty, on
Mr. Karrand family spent Christ mas
with their daughter, Mrs. Adelia John
ton. Mr. and Mrs. Mackentoch, of The
Dalles, w ere do n to attend the funeral
-of Mrs, DeanlurfT.
Nbrris Paris is moving to near Logan,
where he t-ztct to make his home in
future, lie has sold his place here to
his aunt, Mrs. Maekentocb.
Mrs. L. M. Johriion and two ot Mr.
Eller's children am on the tick lit.
Sahuy, IVo 24. ll.ili.Ur are routing
and every Ukly is preparing fur an ettra
onlinary time, Some will liav Cbriat
ma trera, .mi will buy and send prv
rnt to hv.l one, aoui an greaving
their alinea for a ilam- and it I rumorvd
that sni will b plirA niatiluumlally .
Well, it is right tr every body to ba
A dam- at Mrinlg's on hew Year's
t nn-elving the umul intereat and will
no dtHiht b well attinil.
Tiuifi have never been better In this
locality. All in 1 1 'a, rearwleas of rain,
ar running at full rapacity. tronk
Son' big null i now running, aawing
ctslar, alder and tlr umter. Mer.
Itrown A Son's haul their redar and
alder to IVrtland.
J. A. Sta(anun 1 prvgreing rapidly
witb building his wstei-poaer uiill.
A creamery meeting was held at Idle-
man's to to vvnuider plan tor build
ing a creamery. Mr. iKvl: riiiir to
put th machinery, providing enough
row ran he rrired Ca(er Junker
will don! pr rty for it it. ao all
that is tieieoaarjr ia for th farmer to
open their eye and belp this very Im
port ant indtiatry, which will b a benerlt
II. Brans i building a big dam and
water power to run hi eirelalor mill
K. Jonsrud i building an addition to
hi ik palace on th Sandy bluff, or
Sandy City' future site.
E. Kopper baa sold bis farm, consist
ing ot 40 aries, (or ll.SW. II baa
rented Uie plA ot K. Jonsrud (or the
J. K. Maronay and hi brother. Geo.
and wife cam over the mountains on
th 21t inat. by th Barlow road with
wagon. They found on the summit 18
inches ot snow.
Albion Meinlg and Angutt lionet ke,
are lown from Cheney Creek mine, sit
uated up on Salmon river, and report
IU Jonrrud, has gone to Portland, to
spend the bohdays.
Do not think 71
for ilosle A
moment that f 3
will cvcntrlke l
blow. It does
not come that
It creeps Its
think it is a
nothing but a
couch; then a little loss
la weight : then a harder
couch; then the fever
and the night sweats.
Better stop the disease
while it is yet creeping.
Better cure your cough
You can do It with
VVN'TI'rl I iw
Rki Umd, Pec. 20. Cbriatmss pad
off qule'ly here, with a tree at th
Bethel church. Many cotly and pretty
present adorned tb tree. A large at
tendance was present trom Viola and
rendered good service by helping the
Our people are enjoying the pleasure
ot picking wild flowers at Christmas
time. I'erhap no other stale ss far
north can toaJit of wild flowers at this
Mr. and Mrs. Hickman gave a pre'ty
(ihriittmai at their home for the ben fit
ot their grand-children. A pleasant
time was enjoyed
Grand) Alien, who fell and broke two
of his ribs some time ago, is nhl to he
shout again, to our delight. Mr. Allen
ia spending the winter here from Mich.,
and is much taken op witb tbe Webfoot
Miss Hattie Wilcox, wbo Is teaching
the primaty grade at Mackshorg, is
spending the holidays at borne.
Claude and Maude Stone are spending
the holidays at borne. Claude i at
tending the Portland Easiness college,
and Maud ia teaching school at D jver.
Bakto!, D'-i;. 27. A very pleasant
aarpr;e was given Mr. and Mrs. Pleas
ant Ju JJ at tl.e.r reeidem e near Eagle
Creek on Chrintinss day. A g)odly
i) a in ber of their many friends and rela
tives bad gathered to wibb the old people
a merry Clinoti.i The dy was spent
in chatting of tim-s gone by when tbe
pioneer- did not enjoy the luxuries of
life which lie now witlin their reach.
At noon the table were fcet in the parlor
and luncheon wag spread which reflected
credit od the cuhrury abilities of ladies
who contrihuled. Tliottj preeent were
21 r and Mrs JnJ l, Mr and Mrs II
TJracke't, Mr and Mrs J F DouglaSH, Mr
nd Mrs 8 A Doij!a-, Mr snd Mrs A L
Brackett, Mr and Mrs F Iloffmeihter,
Mr and Mrs 0 W Judd. Mr and Mrs W
1111, Mr arid Mrs L Baker, Mr and Mrs
O AemiBeger, Mrs K AemiseggRr, Misses
say "Consumption can be cured."
Nat ore alone won't do it. It needs
help. Doctors say
is the best help." But you must
continue Its use even In hot
Ii you hae not tried It, aend for free aample.
SCOTT & DOWNS, Chemists,
oo-sij teari Street, New Tork.
' sac. sad Ji.oo; ail druggist
Wilhoit, Dec. 24. Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
stead went to Silverton last week.
Mr. Vorhies is building fence.
Luther Nicholjn baa gotu to woik in
A. Wade hs bought a store at Kcotts
Mr. Ryan and his brother in law are
corduroying the road near Wilhoit for
One of the hardest wind storms for
many years swept over this section lat
Wednesday night. Largn tree were
pulled up by the toots in every diiection
and the rain was th heaviest that wsa
ever witnessed here.
N. B. Wade has ordered a new type
writer and expects it in about Ihrte
Mrs. M. A. Nicholnon has had her
barn greatly improved.
M!hs Francis Grochong was awsy viit-
ing her linter in Salem last week.
Mr. Wilson is making rails and expects
to build fence soon.
Mr. Thomas has been "jumping in"
cheat on a stump patch, hut was stored
by the recent rain.
Miss Josephine Slaughter, of Missouri
Ridge, was visiting her sister in this
neighborhood last Friday.
The pressure on the
chest Is .lifted, thit feel
ing of suffocation is re
moved, and you are cur
ed. You can stop that
little cold with a 25 cent
bottle; harder coughs
will need a 50 cent sii-e
If It's on the lungs the
one dollar size will be
" I roWalr twawxiJ Arari
Cfcarrr ffriunl to alt w (mum.
I ia Ming II tow la luullf.
Forty yjt tr I iMitin II a4
any lira.'- A . titwi, HH,
J 4a. i, I OS. rrt aUduo. Iowa.
Writ lk M l aaf Mm. A,
(mt, Ia i. C AI KM, UM, aUaa.
ket heaped with prenta for th lilt!
one snd a letter in which he stated
that b hadn't th lim to diatrlhut th
presents, a b wa on (out and expected
to din with bis wife la th 1'hillppine
Mli iKiwning, th rhoii teacher, left
Itt her bom near iVavrrtoa' Friday
evening. Kliwd will bar a vacation
until th 27th.
Cap Hayes was In Htafford on Friday.
Th farmers' institute held hr on th
17th and Iftih was well altendel, and
farmers are daily discussing th topic
Mr. Mutton an I family, of 0rgo,
vialted brr lather, Mr. Sunday.
8trsri., Dec. 2rt. Mr. Chrstian
Murall receive-) a chri'tinss present
frjm RfV. A. A. Kngelbart, of Canbv, In
th peraoo of Mim Kmiiia llortiahuh,
oldest daughter of . Mr. and Mr. K W.
Ilornahuh. They were married Chrial
mas dsy ia th presence of about 30 in
Tiled guests wbo alo wre erved ith
a combination rhristmas and wedding
dinner. Th boys wer foilel in their at
tempt to administer the usual charivari.
Mr. Muralt ia an ex member of Co "1"
8rorid Oregon Vulunteers. Professor
Kdward 8chmidt rendered music for the
occanion. Among thoe present war
Mr and Mr I'hilip Lindau, Wm Ln-
diu, Mr and Mrs Grace and daugtiter,
Mrs Fred Henrici and oilier relatives
If you would have an appetit like a
bear and a relUli for your meal take
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets. They correct disorder of the
stomach and regulate the liver and
bowels. I'nce 25 cents. Karnplea Ir e
atO. A. Harding's drug store.
Stafford, Dec. 24. A quarter of a
mile of new sidewalk is one of the many
Moser's windmill and tower are com
pleted. A coat of paint will cover the
latter when a few dry day come.
The school gave a literary treat Friday
afternoon. A splendid program was ren
dered, then came a knock at the door
and Kanta Claus pawned in with two bas-
Drsre 31 en tall
Victims to stomach, liver and kidney
troubles as well as women, snd ail feel
the results in Ios of appetite, poisons In
the blood, backache, nervunxneas, head
ache and tired, liiitlesM, run-down feeling.
But there's no need to feel like that.
Listen to J. W. Gardner, Idaville, Ind.
He says: "Klertric Bitters are just the
thing for a man when he Is all run down,
and don't care whether ho lives or dies.
It did more to give me new strength and
good appetite than anything 1 could take.
1 cm now est anything and have a new
lease on life." Only 50 cents, at (ieo.
A. Harding's Drug Store. Every bottle
Millions Given Away.
It is certainly gratifying to the public
to know of one concern in the land who
are not afraid to be generous to the
needy and sufTerir g. The proprietors of
Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump
tion, Coughs and Colds, have given
away over ten million trial bottles of
this great medicine; and have the satis
faction of knowing it has absolutely cured
thousands of hopelus cases. , Asthma,
Bronchitis, Hoarseness and all diseases
of the Throat, Chest and Lungs are
surely cured by it. Call on Geo, A,
Harding and get a free trial bottle.
Regular size 50c. and $1. F.very bottle
guaranteed, or price refunded.
for tb year 1M"1 Now Come J. J.
C k. slierllf and tax collector, and III.'
bis Dual saUiiieiil and mmx'M Uiii the
tax iol lections mad by him ""
U, t,.r f..r th year IN 'H, and th b-iard
iM'Hig fully IViM'd, It la (ildeied that
ald Dual rrpiiil tiled l and In 11 J I
c. epie I and approved.
In th tnatier of work llNll th .V-
road-I'lii" matter tomlug on Uni
n.-tiihui of I. I. Iavlr ft l. nil (la
' i-arlnii tii III tu anj Hint aald toad
imp..!'! and that H tliliiei hat
' ini rllx'd :'4 tor said work. It Is ordi rwl
that said wmk ! dn under and In
fha'g ot J r'. ii'Hh, uir vla.ir ft aald
I iliin't, lb routity lo d )iitn npial
I mnxiint, or such hiIIoii i4 said amxiiiil
i a UiaV b lieceaaary o mak Mid r.
In lh mir id th work du on tb
. handy river to prote't the nuitity bridif
I lining th Ihillruil pip Im bll'lg
, 1 iii mat tor coining on upu th ni-xi ot
id water committee ot Hi city of I'utl
hud to th completion ot tli wnra
upon th bank id the snly river to ire
tetl the voutity brhltf in iiMinecllon Willi
i ttie wk dun upon th llnllniil p!je
' Inn trldg, and II perliig to Mm board
' bat and wmk ha t-'cil don In accord-
biic w till a C'litiM l Iliad ail l viilrrvd
Into by and llren Hi rviiiiiil"!nii'H
i. ('!! at in Cinitilv ud Hi" l',r com.
mill. 1-1 th i ii) of I'urilaiid, Ibert ir,
it i urdeie-l tliai aald work and herw
y la ccrliH and approml ; and II la
hirther o'dered that th clerk ila
ariautin Ih sum of f 1511 3'.', l-n g
full payment lor aid wmk.
Ill Hie mailer ol lull No. a. iJ K II.
Cutiper, and No il T. 1. Ilaii'lall, it
t i-earii g lo Hi Ud that lulls N H,
t:. II. l'.itHir, aaiJUnt :vl cent, and Nu.
ot T. I'- Han 111, anmunl :i tenia,
!werpld by id i.tMiera r vxprea
lliixiiiaiatioin.iy.il I ordvrad thai aaid
Ui t t paid liuiu tb roittltigeiit fund
In lb matter of Ih raiirvllalpm ot
Warrant No I ICS It piwaiug tu tli
11 thai warrant No. 1 4 J," J. drawn In
latoroljuhn tunarbrli Upon rrHiit of
Frank tilennoli, to Hi mi4ilhol Noteiu
ber, I'Jsj, tor vivn- rilid CIm k
ma ruunty by Mid John I.! en, at.d
it further apanng to th boH that
said warratil wa laaued lliroiigli mlalak
ol said supervlaor , that Johu lIUn
received payment lor Mid ervlc ren
dered through In pr din acruunl lor
tb moot li ol ixtober, a enurj on
par 'tr ot llil journal; lherfr, It la
ordered that warrant ,Nd. H'J,' l and
hvrvby I cancelled.
Ia it mailer ol ub-rlptloa work
upon th Clark and MdoUuok ruwd
It I ordered that It. II hnolgraa re
po't to J. J. Msllstt, rad surviaue t
road dlatru t No. Iu, all itcr.ptlon but
collectd ujn Ih Clark and Meadow -t.raik
Ia tti matter of the application ot
l.ouia Tuchaik for a rod Now at llu
Uui. OO till Sth day of leceilibvr, 'J,
tin raua coming on up-ifl th sworn pe
tition ot li I'uctiaik that hi rrai
droie is not reached by any runn nt
putiltcruaJ berelolur troviilel bylaw
and that It It necnaary that lb pubiie
anl h should hav egra and Ingrea
from and to In id residence, and pray
ing lor an order ot th bo rvl u appoint
tare diinteretd IrwelnJ lrs to vw
out nd locat a co-inty rvtd 3d lt ia
width from hi sid reaidenc lo om
other county road, said road lo rruM Ih
property ot I'harle CUyaon; It la or
dered ttiat Jam Wllaon, Aaguai Ma
Ihiaasnd J, C. McMurray U appointed
a viewer, to mel at lb bxir of 10
o'clock a.m. oath '.nih day ol lNm
lr, l.M). an t to view out sa l locate
aid road M left in width from Ih resi
lience of Loul Tucbalke, tti tilloi.r
herein, acrua Hi pmpvriy iA Ct arlra
Liayxxi losome county roa 1 and to a-
( th datuaea Iherelr.
In regard lo staloment ol schiiol fund
It is oidered that the county treasurer
tiirnisti to in county tioo supednten
lent a staiement ol all monUa pan! into
I h treasury by (lnea or utlrwa that
ar placed in lb chool fun 1.
In the matter ot corduroy for road dis
trict No 2 It IS ordered Ihat Ih road
supervisor of dutrh t No. 2 t and here
by I amhirifd to hav ?)0 raila mad
at the ra f 00 cent er hundred.
Ia Ih matter of rb-. ot lax of Olio
Ulalr This matter y aiing on and It a
pear ing a ilnutile a. aiii.nl 0ko eight
acre ui land on I ke i and U. at bair
r5, volum 3 ' meiii roll for th
year iWfj, anu it funher apiaring tliat
aid property wa sold at deliiiimarit lax
i .ov. j, i.sai, uiiijer the name ol .M
J. Hawkins, hut that Olm lllalr I th
owner ol said property, it Is ordure.) that
the said Olin Ulalr hav a rebate in th
amount of (7.1Hand thai In clerk draw
a warrant lor the same.
In the matter of th re-survey of the
n nweinn anJ J'.uikner ruml Thia
matter cumltig on to Im beard 111 Kin th
report of K.I' Kamls, county eurveor,
ux in re aurvey ol the ew Hweoen
and Ilui kner road, it Is ordered that said
repirt m and hereby la accented and ex
lrise of th m U paid in th sum ol
In the matter of th iwrdieinand mile-
age oi commissioners It Is ordered bv
the bosrd that the p-r diem snd mllesge
oi commissioners ue alio ml as lullowa.
J It Morton, 7 dsys, 4) miles f.'ft 00
John Iwellel.Hdays, 2 miles.... IM 20
r IJ Milen, Oilsys, 42 miles 22 20
In the matter of officers reports for
tl e month of November The officer
having made their reports, and the board
having examined their hooks and being
iiiht Boviseu, ii is oMereil tlmt the same
be in all respects accepted and approved.
Tbey show collections as follows, to-wil :
L-ouniy cierx -5
ioiiiity reconinr J i5 35
In themstter of rohstoof tax on n'
of block 3, Darling's add to Oregon City
This mattr coming on, and it appear
ing to the board that the n'j of block 3
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I Clearance Sale
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Darling's add to Oregon Cltf, ald
fr drliri.joenl !, as rurdn. on I'ag
32, V'd. 4, of ielnienl Us roll fr Ih
year but that Ih anii. tx.cn
paid, a shown by th hrifi'a roll for
aid year: snd It further a. (waring that
r'ran. ls Wilrm ss a )arty In Intormi
and rhiiin. s.ld irxrty on !.!
liri'inelit roll, paylnif Ihnrrfur In auai of
tlM4: It I lharelor order.) that th
said Krai'l Wll.-oj do bav rebat ol
aald payment In (Im sum of f 10 41.
COLD 'N HEAD
Druwlsuor hr m.lli Trld Hlw,. io . i,r.
, L X ilUWl'lUUUI, H Wtrns 8UMI. . i ori,
ralafal Nalla mt Slaama.a.
A stout man llftrd hlmir Into
Heights enr the other niornlnj and took
the only tnrsnt s.at. I'n-ttr aooti
lady ram aUmrd. ami th stout man
qnU kly nroa. to tender her bis jilor.
As he renrhed a standing poaltlon ths
rnr suddenly started, ami he sat rtown
with a sound Ilk a broken slnL lllush
Inif divply, ho our inoro stnitfu'l.-.l to
bis feet nml was nUiut to step out Into
tho alslo when th inotoniinn saw a
wagon on tho track and fiercely aj
Idled the brake. The rnr topn.l ao
suddenly that the stout man doubled
orer on a thin young man In th front
aerit and almost cracked hi slender
neck. Th young man pushed th dents
out of bis derby hnt am muttered
some remarks that wero not compli
mentary to fnt peopln in general.
Then tho fat man braced himself for
tho third time, and tho lady sympathet
ically remarked, "Plena don't trouble
yourself." Hut tho fat mnn'a anlrlt
wns up. Ho crowded out Into tho alslo
and filled It so full Hint tho Iridy could
not get by him; then, with a iollt
wnvo of his hand, ho Indicated tho aeat
and bucked out of the way.
"Thnnk you!" snld tho Indy ?ry
sweetly. "Ittit I get off at tb next
Then the fat mnn went out and filled
tip th bnck plntforrn.-Oveland lloln
XIH i LOT IX
I!. turned wlih ,rj '
breath. Karl' tloter Hoot T
lb breath by It art loo enlh"
on aUolut guarstitr. Trie
an.l 50 ct. (Ml. tl-ii"'" "' V,VI
..i.rimxit ver braop
I Oregon CUy at tb Kmaratsi.
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tm mi r""i is " , i
to bavo Inferior laundry work j
lhm. They may drt-m
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nut II llieir snir ipj o
tniissy their neat appearanrtlJJ jl
Tho Troy laundry "''" '
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There can b no Mter ,
domi at th Tror. Iv J
Johnson's barber shop.
U. Ilolmsn, lesdlng
smbalmer, Oregon City. On. l
aoutti ol court house. p
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and Consumption I ,,u
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wo will rumnd
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