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OREGON CITY ENTEttl'lllSE FRIDAY, JULY 12, 1001.
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Onr correspondents will please send
la articles before Wednedaye of each
week, otherwise it reaches ui too late (or
Jos. Bpragoe'e little boy IuiIimh quite
irk wilh bronchitis, but tu getting
be tor when last heard from.
J, Halton made a two days vls!t home
(or the Fourth. Jim has been working
all spring at the Upper hatchery.
Some work baa been done on the new
achool ground and Mr. Scitmale haa
commenced hauling lumber for the new
Died Clayton, youngest son. of Mr.
and Mr. John Hatton, age 2 years, 4
month. Little Clayton ranie to his death
by a fall, striking on the head, causing a
blood vessel to be broken. Remains
were interred July 2 at Pleasant View
cemetery, followed there bv a large con
course of friendt .
L. Wang made a business trip to Tort
land on Monday.
Miss J. Snell will spend tbe summer
in Portland with relatives.
Mrs. L. Holms is camping at Glad
tone during Chautauqua.
The Canbv boys won the baseball
game at lone on tbe Fourth, tbe score
being 12 to 2.
Mrs. U. Whipple and family bare
been visiting her parents at Concord
during tbe past week.
The condition of (J. Shank, whoia
seriously ill at his home in Riverside, is
considered very critical.
Grace Hampton alter a sii months
sojourn in Portland, baa returned to her
borne to spend tbe summer.
There is a large force of men at work
shiuxling tbe new city hall, tbe work is
being advanced as rapidly as possible.
F. Boeenkrana and D Dimick went on
a fishing trip Saturday, the reported
catch was upwards of two hundred trout.
M. Swanly hs been engaged to teach
the fall term of school at Riverside.
Miss Swanly comes highly recommended
from Wisconsin where she bas been a
successful teacher for a number of years.
A. 0. Meinig haa returned from Baker
Mrs. X. 0. Nylander has returned to
Mrs. Liizie Hyams baa returned to
her home in Seattle.
Minnie Boebolm was out from Port
land visiting ber folks laat week.
. F. Brans and X. O. Nylander were
out from Portland to spend the Fourth
Most all tbe sawmills in this vicinity
have closed down for tbe summer. This
throws many men out of employment.
The bozx of the mowers is beard on
every gide.aod baying is the order of tbe
day. Many acres of grass were cot down
in tbe last two days.
Minnie Smith will soon leave for the
coast, where she will spend the summer.
Her smiling face will be missed veiy
much among ber many friends here;
what Sandy looses Seaside gains.
Eighty soldier boys are encamped on
Mr. Dodge's place about a mile and a half
beyond Sandy. This makes our little
town quite lively and tbe girls are wear
ing their sweetest smile to captivate one
or more of the boys.
Tbe Fourth is a thiug of the past. A
large and jolly crowd gathered at Yon
kers park to celebrate tbe glorious fourth
and judging by the broad smile on every
ones face, a good time was had by all.
The darkie minstrels who were out from
Portland kept tbe audience in a roar of
laughter. In the evening a still larger
crowd assembled at F. A. Meinig's hall
and the light fantastic was tripped until
Some grain is ripening, soon the click
of the hinders will be heard on every
Henry Baker la convalescent. Five
months si knena baa reduced him to but
akin and bones.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Gage left Wednes
day for Tillamook county to spend the
summer by the sea.
Wm. Schati's new wagon Is thought
to be the toughest road wagon in the
neighborhood. It is supposed to cairv
W cwt. and runs as smooth and easy as
John Mover is low wilh consumption
and has been advised by his physician
to move to Denver, Colorado advice
which he will follow forthwith. With
his wife and family he will leave Thurs
day and it is his Intention to be absent
at leant two yeara.
Roads dry and dusty.
Haying season is upon ns.
Young pheasants are not very numer
Cultivating potatoes takes all tbe spare
Grain is foul with dog-fennel and blue
balls. Strawberry and cherry season drawing
to a close.
The army cut worms have not made
vred Baker mourns the loss of his fa
mous skunk bound hunter.
Everybody is busy cutting bay.
Mr. Murray is building another addi
tion to bis barn.
Mr. Barnes and family spent the
Fourth In Portland.
The smallpox scare in tbia neighbor
hood haa about died out.
Mark Seely ia on the sick list, having
erysipelas, caused from being vaccinate!.
Robert Baker, formerly teacher in this
district, was visiting among (rienda Sun
day. Ed. Comstock, who spent the Fourth
with friends In this vicinity, left for
Portland Monday morning.
John McConnell was seriously hnrt
while riding in a horse race July 3rd.
The horse ran into a bicycle and John
was thrown about 30 feet. At last ac
counts be was improving some.
Tbe farmers are all busy making bay
wbile the weather is nice.
Roy Cock ran spent the Sunday at the
camp meeting at New Era.
Julioos f psgta has now come home
from Buttville lor tbe summer vacation.
All the Needy people celebrated the
Fourth at Wright's Springs and all bad a
There was a dance on the evening of
the Fourth at Needy and everybody bad
a good time.
Those who are interested in having
tbe telephone line from Needy to Hub
bard are now hauling poets.
If you knew how SCOTT'S
EMULSION would build you
up, increase your weight,
strengthen your weak throat
and lungs and put you in con
dition for next winter, you
would begin to take is now.
Srnrt for free sample, nd try It.
SCOTT It BOVVNE, Chemists,
409:415 rcnri nirm, rtcw vorK.
yjc. and i.oo; all druy riU.
Mrs. Gusete Kirchem spent several
days in the metropolis last week.
Haying bas begua bere in earnest.
Tbe crop is good though damage may be
done by the advance cut worms.
Wolves have been keeping an eye on
tbe sheep in this community and help
ing themselves every time they get a
Harry Mosber spent Sunday with
friends at Frogpond. Ue recently re
turned from a trip to Grant Co. viewing
Miss Daisy Sandstone, of Portland,
closed a term of school in district No. 21
last week with the following program :
"Greeting Song", . By school
Recitation Mary Schneiter
Song ' Columbia tbe Gem of tbe Ocean"
Recitation "A Little More Grape.Capt.
Becitation "Little Drops of Water".. . .
Recitation "My Wish"
Song "Water Cresses" .
Recitaiion Minnie Sprague
Dialogue "The Secret"
Clara Scbnuter and Lulu Sprague
Recitation "I Want to be Soldier".. .
Song "Rally Round the Flag"
Recitation-"Grandma's Advice to Girls"
Dialogue "A school of Disorderly Girls"
Teacher and Girls
Recitation Harry Mosher
Song "Catch the Sunshine"
Recitation "Buena Vista"
Song "Tramp,Tramp, Tramp, the Boys
Recitaticn "The Race of tbe Oregon". .
Song "Tiniminnie Win Ca Ca"
Recitation "The Engineers Daughter"
Dialogue Tbe Discontented Girls,"....
Grace Sprague and Mary Schneiter
Recitation "My Hen"
Those who are on tbe roll of honor for
the term are Clara Schneiter, Joseph
Spees and Lolu Sprague. Miss Sand
stone won the nearts of ber pupils while
she was here and gave us one of the best
schools we have bad for some time.
Those famous little pills, De Witt's Lit
tle Early Risers, compel your liver and
bowels to do their duty, thus giving you
pure, rich blood to recuperate your body.
Are easy to take. Never gripe. Geo. A,
GOING OUT OF BUSINESS;
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I Will dispose of my entire slock or Lollies' Wear, clt, lo a cash
customer or to the public in the next JIO days. 1 am forced to quit
business on account of poor health. My entire stock will he marked down.
X Some of the goods away below cost. Following is a list. Come
and see my prices. I will convince the public of my detennirmtion to
quit business. Sale will begin Monday, July 15.
31 Stylos of Corsots
All ovor Lacos
Dolls and Doll Hoads
Baby Hoods, Jackots
All kinds of Novoltios and Notions.
After the stock is reduced J or 5 any ono wishing to purchase tho balanco can have it at a n-aMonahlo figure.
All goods will be sold for cash.
Not Door to Carlo' Crocery Store.
KLUCN K. MAKTIN, Prop.
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Wowlmta Celebrate at Ptauuras.
On tbe fourth day of July, the Modern
Woodmen of America held In Kimbly'a
I'ark one of the grandest celebrations
ever known in this vicinity.
Tbe procession started from the post
office on Main street at 10 JO o'clock a.
m. led by grand marshal W. II. Boring,
followed by the Parkplace brass band,
Woodmen, liberty car, citizens carriages,
and footmen. Mirs Sabina Cooke repre
sented tbe Goddess ol Liberty, and Carl
Wolfhagan personated Uncle Sam.
Upon reaching the park excellent
music was furnished by the Parkplace
brass band ; also by the Damascus choir.
The master ol ceremonies, A. W.
Cooke, in' his usual affable style then
introduced Mrs. Wm. Bacbman, who
read the Declaration of Independ
ence in a very pleasing manner.
After music by band and choir, the
orator of the day Senator Geo. C. Brow
nell.ot Oregon City, was introduced
who, by his eloquence and patriotism,
more than sustained bis high repuUtion
as an orator. The foundation of his dis
course being mainly upon the Declara
tion of Independence, with occasional
digressions to subjects of great ioterest
to tbe public. The attention with which
the audience, which numbered about two
thousand, listened to Mr. Brownell
showed the high appreciation with
which his thoughts were received.
After the oration Mr. Cooke an
nounced dinner, the abundance and ele
gance of which showed tbe generosity
of tbe comtnuniiy.
The Woodmen deserve great credit for
their efforts in making the celebration
the great success which it was. Long
will the remembrances of that day dwell
in tbe hearts of the people in attendance.
Wanted, to exchange town property
for a larm. Enquire at this office.
Josh Westhafer, of Loogootee, Ind., is
a poor man but he says he would not be
without Champerlain's Pain Balm if it
cost five dollars a bottle, for it saved him
from being a cripple. No external ap
plication is equal to this liniment for
stiff and swollen joints contracted mus
cles, stiff neck, sprains and rheumatic
and muscular pains. It bas also cured
numerous cares of partial paralysis. It
is for sale by G, A. Harding, druggist.
Mr. Editor Allow me to speak a few
words in favor of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. I suffered for three years with
bronchitis and could not sleep at nights!
1 tried severs! doctors and variounpaUnt
medicines, but could get nothing to give
me any relief until my wife got a bottle
ol this valuable medicine, which bas
completely relieved me. V. 8. Brock
man, Bagnell, Mo. This remedy is for
sale by G. A. Harding, druggist.
WHITE MAS TUK.NED IELL0VT.
Great consternation was felt by the
friends of M. A; Hogarty, of Lexington,
Ky., when they saw lie was turning yel
low, His skin slowly changed color,
also bis eyes, and he suffered terribly.
His malady was Yellow Jaundice, He
was treated by the best doctors, but
without benefit. Then he was advised
to try Electric Bitters, the wonderful
Stomach and Liver remedy, and he
writes: "After taking two bottles I was
wholly cured." A trial proves its match
less merit for all Stomach, Liver and
Kidney troubles, Only 50c. Sold by
Geo. A. Harding,, Druggist.
MITCHELL, LEWIS & STAVER COMPANY.
Champion Mowers and Binders
Southwick Hay Presses
And a full lino of . Evans Potato Plantors
Agricultural Implements, Vehicles and Bicycles
First and Taylor Streets, Portland, Oregon.
A few felatera.
The recent statistics of the number of
deaths show that a large majority die
with consumption. This disease may
commence with an apparently barmleaa
cough which can tie cured instantly by
Kemp's HaUam for the Throat and
Longs, which is guaranteed to cure and
relieve all can-. Trice 25c and 50c.
For sale by all druggists.
"I wish to truthfully state to you and
the readers of these fvw lirira that your
Kodol Dyspepnla Cure is without ques
tion, the best and only cure for dyspe-isia
that I have ever come in contact with
and I have used many other prepara
tions." John Beam, West Middlesex,
I'a. No preparation equals Kodul Dys
pepsia Cure as it contains all the natural
digestanta. It will digest all kinds of
food and can't help but do you good.
Geo, A. Harding.
IaMlle Cau Wrur Nlioe.
One size smaller after using Allen's
Foot-Ease, a powder to be shaken into
the shoes. It makes tight or new shoes
feel easy; gives instant relief to corns
and bunions. It s the greatest comfort
discovery of the age. Cures snd pre
vents swollen feet, blisters, callous and
sore spots. Allen's Fool-FIase is a cer
tain cure for sweating, hot, aching feet.
At all druittfiHtS and shoe stores. !2fn.
Trial prckage free by mail. Addreaa,
Allen 8. Olmsted, I.e Hoy, N. Y.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Hare Always Bought
roiTUK hlHHIIl Mimtll.E
Kf.,Ulil.hH b; lbs A.torla A Colors
tla Klrrr lUllruad
Steamer O.W. Shaver,
Portland foot of Washington street Tues
days and Thursdays at 5 p. m., for Clats
kanle and way landings. Sundays to
Returning, loayes Clatskanle Wednes
day and Thursdays at 4 p. m., tide per
Beginning Naturdsy, July fltb, and
every Hsturlsy thereafter during the
summer seawin, the popular Portland
Seaside Eipress will leave I'nlon Itopoi,
I'ortland, at 3:30 p. m. and run through
direct, arriving at Astoria at 6;W) p. m.,
Gearhart I'ark 0:40 p. m. and 8.!,!o
Oi.'XJ p, in., making direct connection at
Astoria wilh the steamer "T. J. 1'ottnr"
for all North Beach points. Beginning
same date, the morning train leaving
i'ortland daily at 8 a. in. will run
through to (iearhart and Seaside wilh
out changs of cars, making direct con
nection at Astoria with steamer "J'ottor"
for North Beach points, and the evening
train leaving I'ortland daily at 7:00 Will
enable passeiiKnra to make connection
the following morning with train leaving
Astoria 8:15 a. m., for Clatsop Beach,
points, and with Hleamer "Nahcota"
leaving Astoria early in the morning
daily for North Beach points.
The piles that annoy you so will be
quickly and permanently healed If you
use DeWltt's Witch Hazel Halve. Be
ware of worthless countorfelts. Geo, A.
Camera supplies of all kinds, at Char
rnan & Co., the Cut Price Druggist.
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Guaranteed Elite H & S Corset
New Line of Saincr Sklrti
Clitalls, Lares and Kmbrolilsrlas la all toln
THE fair o,;r-
Dr. J. Arch Stewart
Eyo, Ear, Nose and Throat
317 Dekum Building
J ''If'1"1 "fet price paid. We are the leading dealers In
r , Willamette I'alla aud carry a complete line of
A Anything and everything you want always on hand Including
U Special attention paid to country orders. A feature of our
U store is the BAKBHY. I'resh Bread and Cakes.
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