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OREGON CITY ENTERPRISE FRIDAY, AUQUST 10, 1001.
Our correspondent will plea send
in article More Wednedavs o( each
nct'k, ottior loe It reaches us too lute (or
Hail to the luity farmer who
Fur S u in tn er tint pre tares!
Tlit mm so tnii, the iky to blue,
The violet mill iu dainty hue;
All Join with potency ainw
To till tit shirk our caret.
Ami lio from lb dutty town
Will baste iiti him to dwelt,
Dream of tlit mushrooms fresll ami
And garden produce Ksiglitina dvn
The ruslic table, where each frown
Ft Jet 'nettti the r-ylTan spell.
So down ti.e Itnt the larnirr flingi
The dii.t along hit way.
At with hit wagon, void of springs,
llome from the grwery he brings,
In cant, the mushroom a, peas and
tli in pt.
Which make our hope to gay.
Walter Dunlap it improving slowly.
Fletcher Tong went to Salem last week.
Mis Janett Newell ia visiting (rienJa
Mr. Sctiuialley it buildlug the Stono
C. K. Hunter hat been on the lick
11 l a few days.
George Feather it at home visaing
Lit many friends.
Arthur Duulap went to Salem lately to
urk for some time.
.Mra. George rrcti it not able to be
about the bouse yet.
Quite a number have gone to trie moun
taint after blat kberriee.
John Elliott and family are enj oying a
good time at the coast now.
IYapickii.g it over in this neighbor
hood, add it a thing of the paU
Albert IVrry it hauling lumber for hit
new boue, which he will have built toon
Miss Alice Banfield, from Portland, It
visiting with Mrs. Walter Smith for two
A great many from here are talking of
going boppickmg, providing the hop
crop is good.
A. W.Cook has had the Rock Creek
hill graveled lately which make quite
Miss Roeie Feathers, who hat been
attending teacher's school In Portland,
Las returned home.
Mrs. Ilowk, Mrs. J. Tong and daugh
ter Rachel, are enjoying an extended
Visit at the soda springs.
The fruit crop in this part it not any
thing extra; more plums than apples.
Apples are ripe earlier tnis year.
Miss Lucia Barton, from Portland,
has beeu vieiting her friendt for the last
week. She returned home Saturday.
We have had very warm weather of
late. Most of the farmers are cutting
their grain ; all have an average crop.
Brother Irus Lucus, a Dunkard minis
ter lately from the east, has been boldir-g
meetings in the Dunkard church near
the cemetery for the last week.
Miss Janett Newell and Mies Barton,
while out bnifgy-riding one day last week,
Lad the misfortune to have a run-away.
The bngtjy was torn all to pieces, but
the girls were lucky to get out without a
scratch. This makes two bad runaways
lately at Damascus.
Mr. Lemon, a German, lately built
a new barn, which caught afire from
some slashing near by which he had
been burning that day. One horse was
burnt to death and the other burnt to
badly that he had to kill it. The total
loss amounted to (000.
We all got our hay in good epape
the wet weather.
B. F. Bullard, of thist'lace, hafl Bone
to llinhland to work in Mr. Wallace's
(sawmill. He intends to move there in
the near future.
We had a Sunday school here two
weeks. Everybody enjoyed themselves
They had Bons and recitations. Every
thing paired olf pleasantly. '
Harvest is late here; from appearances
it will be two weeks before we begin cut
tin? our grain. The crops promise a
good yield the beet for years.
Mr Henry Myers went to Oregon City
a short time ago and brought home a
Frau. They are enjoying their honey
moon in good slinj by staying at home.
Mr. Hash, of the Douglass settlement
W A tl. S
i Then the baby is most like-
ly nervous, and fretful, and
J doesn't gain in weight.
Scott's Emulsion t
2 is the best food and medicine
? for teething babies. They J
S gain from the start. f
L5 Bend for a frre sample. 4
9 SCOTT ft HOWNE, Cbcmiat, g
oy-4i3 Fcarl htrcrt. New York. W
Sue. and Ji.oo; all druggist.
was her laid week looking for a place lo
make permanent home. Ite found
place that tuited him. I think he will
Theie are two or three improved or
partly Improved places, ;t0 or t) acre,
that ran be bought reasonable. Send tit
settlers with families. IXin'l want old
Mr. Mendcll, of or near Oregon City,
is here lioking after hit place. He in
tends to build a new barn. It looks as
though tliit Isolated locality hat struck
boom, ltit rome ; we need it.
Mr. Frank Butch, of Oiegan City, hat
bought the Swtck place and hat jntt
completed a house on the place and a
family will move in tint week. From
what Information I can gather, we will
have more families added to our popula
Hop-picking will be here In about 3
Mr. Montandon has purchased a new
Mr. J. S, tolert sawmill burned
dow n last week.
The farmers are very busy cutting
gtain and stacking.
The weather is very hot; it is about 1S
degrees in the shade.
The Rock Creek bridge it now finished
and ready for traveling.
Mist Kumia Hornshuh hat been on a
visit to her sitter at Aurora.
Miss Katie Spagla came home last
Sunday for a visit to her psrents.
Miss Guttridge visited friends here
Dr. Saylor and family are spending a
few days here tenting on the camp
The Hoard of County Commissioners has awarded the county taint
ing for the coming year to the Entkkprisk.
The City Council has awarded the city printing for the coming year
to the Enterprise.
If you don't get the ENTFKpiusK.you don't get the county news.
Now is the time
Mrs. J. Shull and children returned
from Eastern Oregon last Thursday.
Miss M. Swanby Is attending the
teachers' examination In Oregon City.
Mr. J. Rydman is having a new front
put in the store occupied by Wang A Co.
The Rev. F. L. Tierce, of Portland,
will deliver a sermon at the Christian
church next Sunday morning.
Rev. Dunlap, w rife and family, left here
for the mountains Monday. Ther ex
pect to remain away until Sept. 1st.
Miss Cordelia Stevens is home from
Oregon City. She will spend the re
mainder of the summer with her mother.
. Mr. A. Kocher has rented the lower
part of the new city hall. He expects to
move as soon as the building can be oc
cupied. The young ladies of the Christian
church gave an ice cream social last
evening in Knight's hall which was very
Dr. Carll, of Oregon City, was up Sun
day evening. He is attending Mrs. J.a
Uelle, w ho is very ill at the home of
Miss Millie Davis and Mrs. II. Anders
attended Sunday school at Garfield Sun
day. Miss Florence Davis is at home again
to receive her friends.
Mrs. K. Irvin and her old friend, Mrs.
Anders, made a visit to Oregon City the
past week. Mrs. J. J. Davis' health is
Wilber Wade and Lewis Palmateer
have sold their separators and will buy a
new one to run with their engine.
Wilber Wade overheated one of his
large horses, and came near losing It
last Monday, as the day was extremely
Miss Dollie Lemon and Miss Ethel
Jones, were the guests of the Misses
Miller, of Millovia Thursday.
Mr. Honebone, our road supervisor is
doing some good work on our roads,
which will be a lusting benefit. He is
working where most needed. He is the
right man in the right place, and should
have the support of all good citizens.
Ed. Crawford's team tried harvesting
on their own hook and ran away with
his binder, smashing thingB up in great
Harvest is well along in this vicinity
"I hud a very severe sickness
that took off HI my hair. 1 pur
chased a hottle of Ayer'a Hair
Vlror and it brought all my balr
V. U. Qulnn, Marseilles, 111.
Oncthlnr Is certain,
Aycr's Hair Vigor makes
the hair prow. This is
because it is a hair food.
It feeds the hair and the
hairgrows, that's all there
is to it. It stops falling
of the hair, too, and al
ways restores color to
II t t Mitt. All trwatttv
W your Umeci.i csnuot eui'ply suu,
sul lit on ilUr anil will tipreaa
n a bolt). lie tire and It the nam
4 rttf aeareat eipmuoinVw. AdilrwM,
J. C. A V IK CO.. Lowtll, Him.
and grain is quite a pleasant surprise to
We had a fine rain last Tuesday, ac
companied by tome loud reports of
thunder. The rain did some good in
cooling the air.
Mr. Wolfe, of Portland, visited friends
in Barlow Sunday.
Frank Child, of Oswego, la visiting
hit relativea, Mr. and Mrt. Wm. F.vans
Casbus Tull, Wm. Barlow and Mr. and
Mrs. C. L". Harlow returned from (heir
outing at Soda Springs Friday.
Take a chance on the prise rocking
City and County Official
has tho largest circulation of
chair at Freeman's.
Henry Zeigler is building a new house.
Misa Miller, who has rn fitting
with Miss Mollie Harlow for soma time,
returned lo her home in I'ortlani Fri-
.ui hi riavuia union came tip iromii
leg-in vuy j uiiuay vt vwu Willi her
Mr. and Mrs. Grihhle.of Marks Piairle
visited Sunday with Mrs. Gribhlo's par.
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Jesse.
We have been having conaiditrahle
warm weather o( late.
Work is programing nicely on the new
schoolhou'e in the Holcomb and the
The lumber is already on the ground
for the new church and work has been
begun on the creamery.
Some threshing has already been done
in this vicinity ; Messrs Mumpower and
Hess started their machine Wdiicxday.
Mrs. Hess is again in our midst visit
ing relatives and friends.
Born. to the wife of J. Scott, on the
11th, a 11-pound son.
Mark Rowan ami family left Tuesday
for the coast, to be gone two weeks.
Mrs. A. 15. Richardson ami Miss Alice
M. Williams, of Stockton, California, are
the guests of Mrs. J. J.Hatton this week.
They contemplate returning t jCalilornia
about the 20th Inst.
E. N. Carter and family are camping
near the hatchery.
Martin Tanchman is illuminating his
barn with a coat of red paint.
The Ice cream social and dance given
by the M. B. A. lodge, of Wilsonville
was a social and also a financial success.
Miss Nell Murray is at home from
Portland, having finished attending a
term of school there.
Clyde Raker has returned from East
ern Oregon and is glad to get back home
to the land where milk and honey flow.
The girls in the neighborhood seem to be
unusually happy since Clyde returned.
Sydney Baker had a severe fall and
cut quite a gash In his head. A doctor
was summoned who dressed the wound
and Sidney Is getting along nicely.
Will Larber and Chester Toozo were
guests at Mr. Brobst'i place Sunday.
Miss Martha Boberg received a check
fu,pHH f.om the A. O.V. W. hnige
thltweek In payment of the liiaiirane
01 the me t 'mr prouier, i nm n
(lie life of nor brother, lliailea, , Collins and l.liiliik- In Clat k
Itoberg, who was Insured for thai
aiiionut In the order.
Will Dodson has gone to McMlnnvllle
to woik In Ihe harvest Mold.
.Misses Anna and l.ulu Meyers '
visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Kd lUkor went lo Portland this week
and bought a new horse.
The IVgree of Honor Inlge of Wlb
tonville will give an Ice cream social
and dance Augut"l. They will scare
no means to'maks it a sti-ces and every
body is cordially Invited to attend.
KIT jr Setrn Aiillranta For Psprr at
the Court IIuumv
Fifty-seven teachers frm all over the '
county are taking an examination for,
ccrtillcale at the county superinten. f
dent's olli e In the court Ihmimi. Siiwr-
intendenl J C Zineer is cotiililctlng the'
examinations, and Is amtel by Frvf.
T J Gary, princlal uf the Wet Oregon
City icliool, and prof. A W McLaughlin, j
principal of the Milwaukie hIkm.I The ,
examinations lor county certificates will
tltMe tonight and for state pixr tu-1
morrow. The examinations mmmenced I
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it riiii-ua iiiwiiiiii(. nivfg rra'"l (ti
State Dltilomas V 8 Mcllar.ue,
Portland; Aural) Thompson, Slalfordj
Orlie M itl.T. Monmouth ; Sade II Chate,
Oregon City ; Sheha Child", Oregon City j
Ara W Mt Uughlin. Milwaukie; Mar
garet Williams, Oregon City; J It Noble,
Oregon City. j
First tirade Minerva ThleHn, Mil
waukie; Kdaon W iKiwning. Milwanlin;
A tiuitridge, Springwater; Kl i Hums,
Canbv; Annie J Young. Milwaukie;
I'earl (iarrett. Nredy ; Ida M Harring
ton, Highland ; Maml Adams, Portland ;
lira Mayflmd, Highland; II I.iearnan,
jHtafrbrd; Wm II Karr, Payn.
.Second Grade Maud Kidder, Ore-
Ron City; Rheda Newklrk, Parkplaro;
I Klaie M. (iihbs. Ely; C. II. Hone, Red-
Anna Bachman, Stone; Sophie
Nordansen ; Barlow ; Grace- Miller; Ore
gon City; Cora H Moore, Graeme;
Helen Murray, Wilsonville; Minnie
Trullirwer, Meadow Brook ; Delia
Withey ; Butleville; Ethel Galium, Dam
ascus; Hazel Pilshury, Oregon City;
Helen Glcanon, Oregon City; Daiy
McAnulty, Oregon City.
Third II A Hochhiiler, Needy; Rosa
Feathers, Damascus; 8 T Roman. Ore
gon City ; A neita (Jleajn, Oregon City ;
Carrie Swanson, Portland; Millie Krone'
Oregon City; Vena Maylleld, Highland ;
Ivah Olenstead, Logan, Marion Swon
by.Canhy; Alice M Shannon, Oregon
City; Anna Smith, Oregon City; Lottie
Gahlreath, Tualatin ; Em in a M. Lentx,
Portland ; Jennie I Clark, Oregon City ;
Emma Bluhm, Elv; KatherinoC Mc
Millan, Wilhoit; Alice Hitter, Needy,
Bertha Her, Sherwood ; Grace Marshall,
Portland; Blanch Holden, Oregon City :
Nora lisle, Cnrrinsville ; Ineit I, Murray ;
Woodstock; Pearl Hodge, Gresham.
C. C, Williams Dead.
Charles C. Williams died at his resi
dence at Mt. Pleasant Wednesday even
ing at 11 :.'30 o'clock, aged 71 years, eight
months and 14 days. He was born at
Enosbnrg. Franklin County, Vermonl,
Nov. 30, 1829. Besi.les a wife three
children survive him : Ella E., of Oregon
TlZi TV TZ 7VT IT) O ' wil1 W you to read
1 1 JTV O this advertisement.
PUTNAM FADELESS DYES color .ilk, wool,
cotton or mixed goods ut one boiling. UriKht, durable colors,
without staining the hands or spotting the kettle (except
green and purple).
Prices on High Grade Coffees cut iu two.
Fresh Bread and Cakes in our Bakery.
Family Medicines, Cooling Drinks, Iced Soda ond Lemonade.
A. fS HURTT,
L u carrv the largest stock Catk
a, ... a
We ate the only tindcitakris In
CUckamaa county owning a
heaiw Mild will fuiiiiall It for Iria
thatl can be had rUewhi re.
We aie umlrr amsll rx ino and
do not ak laige pmlita
K Calla irotiiplly attended night or
i h.Hi.t lie a.
Arc prt'tty lut yttt can't nmkn lrriul fiDin lliom.
Tlu llour that make tlx lcht ItcikI in tmitni-ficttiri-tl
nt Orrpn City ly tho I'ot tKin l Mtitirtn
Mills, "front oM wlinit ly jutint prtM-fHH. Tuku
it tithor Sold ly till groci-rH.
Sept. 23-28 1901
BIG LlYE STOCK SHOW
Cood Rocinq in the
Latrat Attraction In Nrw Audi
torium IluildlliK Ilvrry I'vriilli,
With Cuod Mu.ic.
IWautiful Camp CroutiU I'rrc
.Special Kalca on Catiita' Tick
et. Cunir and hilnj; )our f4in-
On All Railruada.
Pur further rttcular aldrr
M. D. WISDOM. S.'C. hfilili
City ; Thornton I... o( heat tie, and Wallia
II., ol North Yakima.
Mr. Williams resided In Oregon City
many years and waa well arid favoraMy
known. IU live I a tixdul hfo an I ha I
the reaMct of everyone. Hi death la
The funeral will take place from the
family residence In Mt Pleasant thla
Friday morning at 10 o'clock. Key. A.
J. Montgomery will if induct the service.
The interment 1 die j4n..nlc
cemetery and Hie aolemn burial service
ol the Maaoii mill he given In accord
ance Willi their rjtuul.
ontr.U In l.ani Olllce.
Three Interesting content ceawcre
heard In the lurid olllcii this week. Win.
M. Dodwin settled on a tract of land
1 fa.uion nver In Lincoln county,
I ''"""I tt' ent half of
the southweHt quarter and the west hall
ol the southeast quarter In section 'JO,
township (1, south of range II west. All.ia
C, Brown tiled on the sotitheant ipiarter
of the same section and Archibald J.
Delano filed on the southwest ((tinrter of
tho southeast quarter of section 'D, Jno.
W. Boyer filed on laud and his filing
conflicts with Brown's. Dodson and
his family have leen living on hi claim
for over two years. Tim laud, accord
ing to the contention of the settler.
Dodson, is not yet surveyed. The other
parties made homestead entries In May
last and claim the lend. Thn attorneys
are Roliert A. Miller for Dodson, Gilbert
L. Hodges for Brown, and J. W. Diaper
Tho slierill tins collected 1118,000 of
the 1001 tax leaving a balance due ol
Vtthi ofiice H mi
Public Telephone Station
R. L HOLMAN
Twj Dcsri S3BI1 tf Coorl lloc:t.
(J.! Corn .1 cans Vc
Tnttiat'MS ;i M o'ifl
'OjratcM 3 2Vi
J l.tuiii.lry K.aj 10 l.ara 2'o
! Il.iaat ColFc . . .from 1V r lb. up
Corn Mrnl 10 1U. fr20rj
Hulk K tract jr ot Jc
Trixlui' taken in eirlinnja
for tmn liainliae.
Jed Front Traiing Co.
j Court Mouto Block
OREGON CITY. OKECON
r Dr. J. Arch Stewart
Eyo. Ear, Noto and Throat
317 IVkinn Ituil-linat
Wr guarantee that the rcentrlr i;iWt
wheel on thla inai hluc will gtc aii ab
solute vain of j-rr rrnt. of punerat
tune (.(tiring and ills baring tun.!!.
The tunc (red tletatur will Watt In
grain than any other.
There a lets shattering.
The relief take kerj inner end of plat
I'.reryone of those using Champion Bind
ers mts it ha no roiat.
Semi for catalogue.
Mitchell, Lewis & Staver Co
First and Taylor St., Portland, Orrgoa
Ihrlr Vrrrll Out.
All Sadievilln, Ky., wa curious to
learn the cause of the vast liuproveuirnt
In the health of Mra. M. P. Wuitakcr,
who had for a long tune, endured unloU
sulterlng from a chrome bronchial trou
ble. "It's all dun to Dr. King's N'
Discovery," mile her husband. "It
completely cured her and also cured wit
I little grand-daughter ol sever alls'
of Whooping Cough." It (osltively
mre Coiigba, ('olda, La Grlpw, Brore
chitla, all Throat and Lung troulilr.
Guaranteed Unl.. Uh: and 11 Ol. Trial
bottles free at Geo. A. Harding' dmf
T ie ller ( lilli).
From frightful disfigurement Mr. Nn
tile Galleger,o( La Grange, Ga., sppllrJ
Bucklen's Arnica halve to great sore oB
her head and lace, ami writes Its i',if k
cure exceeded all hnr honci. It workl
wonders in Hores. Brulaes, Hkln Emp
tlons, (Mils, Burns, Hcalds and Pile. &
Cure guaranteed by Goo. A. IlurJing.
.Knllrn lit I lie liillle.
Notice is hereby given that L"
Chandler Eaton, the minor son of Joeb
Eaton has been given his freedom. That
ho is hereby emancipated from H ,l'r'
vices dun as such minor to hi pren
or guardian. That his parent ud
guardian will not bo responsible forsnf
debts or contract made by him on nl
after this iluto.
E. H. Ciiowlky, Guardian.
Josunt Eaton, Fatlior.
Aug. 15, lnoi.
Doantlia 1lM Kind You HaM lrai BousH
Mima mu nam sisHni
J3E3 "WT 13 X Xt
Opp. IIunlly'n PrtiK Store,
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