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OREGON CITY ENTERPRISE FRIDAY, OCTONKH 11, 1001.
Our correspondents will please send
In article before Wednedays of each
feck, otherwise It reaches ui too late (or
Mrs. Charles Hunter is visiting here.
Mint Stella Hubbard is on the tick
Tli tiinl law is now oin anil llie
lioyerjy life once more,
Cleve I.aflerty had the misfortune to
cut bin fool pretty badly wiih an ax this
Mrs. Mott, of Wsshington, is visiting
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hunter, of
Mr. and Mrs Coil, of Woodhurn,
were visiting in this vicinity Wednesday
Mr. riusrd.t snd wife, of McKer,
were ti e guests of Mr. and Mrs. Coun
tryman this week.
The Canyon Crwk literary resumed
its meetings Monday, after an adj ourn
ment of four week.
K-v. Wittrock has gone ti Newherg.
Hubert (.timber's hoU!e is rearing
Fd Traylor ia busy hauling lumber for
hi new house.
Nesr'y everyone goes to the hatchery
for "almon now.
Will Moehnke went to Portland yes
terday on business.
S-hool began Toeday morning with
Ko'rt Ginther as teacher.
The farmers are all buv digging pota
toee acd doing fall plowing.
Will Lindan, of Astoria, visiteJ friends
here for a few days last week.
The Lutherans will celebrate Harvest
fccival next Sunday October 13.
Mi" Lnlu Tiaylor has left for her old
Lome near Drain, Douglas county,
FivJ Moebnke and family went to
IV' 'land to fee the fair yesterday.
R-v. Schmidt, of Portland, presiding
el ler of theEvsngell alebnrch, preached
rer Friday night.
Harvest festival was celebrated in the
Congregational church last Sunday anj
was well attended.
sir. Mucnier.oi .Milwaukee, was in
tnr neighborhood last week. He bought
r.ine pigs of E. F. Ginther.
A'bert H ornschuh has returned from
Set Horn, where he spent a fe
w-i-ks with his brother, Theodore.
Mi.es Minnie Bohlinder, Laura and
Uer'.ie Shubel, Mildred and Laura
bint her visited Miss Frieda Buol Mon-
Eoiil Hornschuh went to Portland
Lt wetk and bought a new wagon and
a set of harness; be bas also bought
Kev. Ed Hornschuh and wife, of
Milwaukie, visited his parents, Mr. and
Mrs C. Hornet-bub, for a few days dur
ing the past week.
The dance at Mullno, Grange hall, on
October 12, promises to be a big gi. All
Frank Manning passed tlmngh our
rung last week with a fine new UXHVuule
C. Smith has lumber for a new house
on his piet'ilse. We hope he will soon
get It finished and give us a dame.
One of the most enjoyable time of
the season wai uivea by Mr. and Mm.
C. Smith, It being their twentieth wed
ding anniversary on Saturday, October 8.
Thoe present were: Mr. and Mrs. it.
Ooucher, Mr. and Mrs. A. U Jones, Mr.
and Mrs. A. L. Jonea. Mr. and Mis. B.
I t ll-l r r - i .
. iiFiTejr, .lira, i.aura reiser snu son,
and Miss Hertha Herron, Mr. R.
liouclier made a tine spoeelt, after which
all were invited into the dining room to
partake of a sumptjiis feast, whicAi the
hostess hd prepared. After supper
cigars were enj yed by the gentlemen.
Those attending say it was the best an
niversary they ever attended. At a late
hour thev all bid the kind host and hoe
teas good bye, wishing them a long and
"My hair was falling out very
fait and I was greatly alarmed. I
then tried Aycr's Hair Vigor and
my hair stoppcj filling at once."
Mrs. C. A. McVay, Alexandria, O.
G. llelvty is working for C. Smith
A. L. Jones went to Oregoh City Mon
Clyde Smith U working for C. T
Ernest Jones is hauling lumber for his
C. Bullard, of Ely, vifiited his brother
C. Smith has finished his potato dig
ging. His crop was excellent
School started here last Monday with
Lillian Cans, of Oswego, as teacher.
Bub Ballard has a span of bunch-grass
horttes to break this week. Look out
That's' a good name for
Scott's Emulsion. Children
arc like young plants. Some
will grow in ordinary soil.
Others need fertilizers.
The nature of some children
prevents them from thriving
cn ordinary food Such chil
drcn grow right if treated right.
All they need is a little fer
tilizer a little extra richness.
Scott's Emulsion is the right
Fertilizers make things grow.
That's just what Scott's Emul
sion does. It makes children
grow in flesh, grow in strength,
grow rich blood, grow in mind,
grow happy. That's what we
make it for.
Send for free sample.
f CCTT & BOWNE, Chemist-, 409 Pearl St., N. Y.
511c sod ! .ooj (11 druggist-.
Howard Ogle, ded October 3, in the
Wth year of his ag, leaving a wife, five
sons and three daughters to mourn his
departure. IVcet-ed waa born Decem
ber 6, isirt In Butler Conntv, Ohio; came
to Or gon In KVJfrom Illinois, took op
a donation claim two miles west of
Molalla, on which he resided until his
death; having raised a family of ten
children. Willis and Laura preceding
their father's demise.
1 he World's Fair at Maroiam was a
"Marquaru Grand" for the place Satur
day, October 5. Tne big pumpkina were
wanting, the pretty girla were present.
with young Anerlca in evidence; in fact
all the stock on the ground was equal to,
or above the average, with some reports
"belter at home." The fair was just as
good as tbe people made it. Homer
Davenport made a speech on fairs
Iteneral and the Butte Creek f'air ;
particular, because It brought bai
pleasant memories of his boyhood day
Hon. Geo. C. Brownell waa then called
to the stand and said that "unfortunately
he could not speak as a son ol a pioneer
because he happened not to be born
.I.:. . - tm . ...
nits otaie. me senator luM us to raise
more stock on the farm and many other
good suggestions he made; promising to
come out later and help us with our
political seeding; closing with timely
remarks of the fhg of our country float
Ing over the martyred president and
school houses of tbe land. Good weather
and good order prevailed. About X)
tickets were sold the last day, ranging
Irom 2 to VJ cents.
The trouble Is yourhair
docs not have life enough.
Act promptly. Save your
hair. Feed it with Aycr's
Hair Vlpor. If the pray
hairs arc beginning to
show, Aycr's Hair Vigor
will restore color every
timC. II J t U'M. ail Srsrrl.t.
V-. ti La a ia huh
It your ilriifrlM fsnnol supply y,
Sad us 'i. u'lUr sud will im
yu a lsiii. lis suis sikI yl I lis nam
vt )wur nsri rii.rrsa oitu, aiMrvaa,
J l.lftlllU ,Uwll, U.H.
hJ tomstock was a visitor in this vi
cinity for several days.
ciyje ujker nas returnej from a two
weeks' aojourn nar Lebanon.'
theater Tooze has gone to Forest
Grove to attend Pacific University,
John Baker went to Portland Saturday
being called there by the serious illness
of bis wife.
trnest feeely returned from Eastern
Oregon, where he bas been working dur
ing the summer.
Kev. SI.elton, of New York City, as
sistant secretary of the Home Mission
sry Society, gave a very Interesting lec
ture at the Hood View Congregations
Hood tew school opened Monday
morning, Oct. 1, with a very good at
tendance. Mr. Thompson, former county
superintendent, Is the efficient teacher in
Mr. Voes, an old and respected citizen
of Pleasant Hill, passed away to his
eternal rest Saturday evening. Oct. 5, at
the advanced age of 87. Mr. Voes was
a pioneer, having come to Orenon in an
early day, and during bis long residence
in this vicinity he was honored and re
spected by all who knew him. The fu
neral was held at 10 a. m., Monday .Oct.
7, Kev. Barber officiating.
Pptv to digging is in order at Borings
Stone and P.odlin's sawmill is running
T. P. Welch is building a Louse tot
4J las Anna Headerman returned to
work at Portland Friday.
William Welch, of Salem, was in Bor
ings on business last week.
Borings is one of the best farming lo
calities in the Willamette valley.
0. Aemisegger is another large farmer.
He threshed 2950 bushels of grain this
J. A. Richey has beautiful farm.
miles from the creamery. Mr. It.
threshed 1903 bushels of grain this sea
W. II. Boring threshed two acres of
oats that went 92 bushels per acre,
machine measure, but weighed 138?
bushels to the acre.
The contract for painting the school
house has beenj'et to E. J. French, of
Park Place. New desks will be put in
tbe school house soon.
D. Headerman threshed four and
one-half acres of oats that went 92)$
bushels per acre, machine measure, and
138 bushels per acre by weight. Mr.
Headerman also had tuin futh of an
acre of potatoes that he got fifty sark
Threshing is over in this section,
Velsch Itiua. having tl.n largest rnii
ever threshed in this part. They thresh
ed 3i77 bushels of grain, an I 51 srres of
oats that aversg -d tio bushel to the acre.
Vetach Bros.' farm is in a high state of
cu'tivation. They havo over ltX) a-res
in cultivation, an I keep tw 1 hired meu
at the farm all of the tune, and during
thf busy season have from fire to (Ute-on
men. They also havs an exiwrt man in
the creamery. Cream and milk 1
brought as far as seven mile , to the
creamrry. They milk from 4.1 to 70 cows
all the year. A go.xl ortion of their
land that ia not in cultivation Is slashed
and see. led down In pasture. Thev have
three largrt barns. One is .VixliX) fert,
with a basement for their stock The
upper part la filled with hay. Their
barn bas good modern conveniences.
The Irvin school begins (Vt 13. Mr.
MoMer is the tear tier.
Emerson Surfa. e, of Dnfer, Is vis'ting
old Mends in Garfield. He will teach
the Tracey school this fall, commencing
Mra. L. A. Moor, of Ballard, is visiting
her brother and sit.'r, U G. Palmaterr,
and Mrs. Eunice Horner. They had not
met for 15 years.
Millard Sarver I ad tbe misfortune to
sprain his ankle ta lly one day Isst week,
which will lay him U( for sme time to
come. His ankle is slowly improving. '
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i rune urying is in lull blast. All dry
ers sre running to their full capicity.
Mr. Doc Palmateer hs the fii.est lot of
prunes this year and they are being dried
by Gideon Krigbaura, an experienced
Mrs. Tuttell, of Portland, is visiting
with her dauah'er, Mrs. Sarah Palma-'
tor. and old friends in the Palmateer
settlement. She dulivered a irsxl ex
hortation to an attentive audience at
Mount Zion Church on Sunday evening,
Cl.- ..-A ...
011a waa ine nrsi proictsor 01 religion in
this psrt of Oregon, in the year of 1853
and is now also the sole survivor of the
clsss first formed here of the M. V.
ThMVwk lylnlcT Ocean
Jmrrit'it's Hf.st l,'jnllicin l'icr
Consistt-ntty Uiintllittin Jinny
NIIWS from all parts of the woild-Wrtl wilUeii
oiigiual slot les Aiismcis ( ijiiriirs 011 all sub
jectsArticle on Health, the Home, New Pook.
and oil Woik AIkjiiI the I si 111 and ('.m h 11.
The Inter Ocean Is a iih-ihU r of the Ashm dated
Pirss and also I the only Western newspaprr rrcriv
iltg the cumhillrd tclciaphlc and cable lirws matter
of both the New York Sun ami Nrw Yolk Woild
respectively licsldrs daily rrjMirts fmiti ovrr ,,'
correspondent throughout the country. No rn can
trll more fully WHY it is the lil'.sT on rntth.
ltrim full of new from everywhere and a ifect
' hast of special tuattt-r,
. . . $1.00 A YEAR . . .
Oregon City Kniorpriso
OFFICIAL PAPLH OF.., .
CLACKAMAS COUNTY I
AND OHEttON CITY . , .
THK ptlbllshrrs of the ( NTNS ISI1K ar now pis.
prepared to furnish the public an Uhrtpiallri)
news service In the way of a splmdld tluhMiijj
otter. Ths KNTKaraisg contain rotnplrte nr,f
Clackamas county and the Ntsls of Oregon n,,
connection with the Chicago W'trkly Intrr (craii
giving a It does the .est new of I lis s(,wn
provide fradn with a very drsirahlr iwrvlic,
The atibM'jiptloii pil.of thr pNTKkl-atsK I i.y,
a year anil the Intrr Ocran. f 1 .. l..th will l arm
fr one snl s. tiptloit price when paid In advauc.
a a as . a a. '
fit t 11 a n
TWO GOOD VAVim FOlt TIIK 1'KICK Ol'OMJ
kings, drove a large hand of linn lieevrs
ll. rough litis n.
Mr. Howard ha vacated Howard's
hotel, and moved lo Willa harbor,
Joe Willig ha erected housx u.i his
farm that Is on the fri'iare, and s fins
Hill Itjhins, our liisil carrier, ha built
a bar and hous on front street, In
Chase's ad lition.
Mr. Haley's little hoy had the inis
f irtune to fall and hurt hi arm by
bursting a blood Veaael.
William Pavis ha the Kelso a. hu.il
house coinpli'tn It Is a handsoiu
building and makes Kelao loom up.
Farmer and fruitmen were very busy
the past few week drying fruit. F. A.
Meinig had a force of 12 men htisy dry
ing hi prunes; the crop was not heavy,
hut of extra good quality.
H. Brun' dry house narrowly ecas-l
burning down Sunday at noon. Mis
Tillie noticed tlanie Com 1 tig out of the
rf, and only she and Sirs, l'.run and
Mr. Brun were. at home. A Mr.
Bruns ia crippled cp will, a very a.rti
leg, Mrs. and Tillie Urun did their lit
nicsit to suMue the fire. Mr. I'.runs di I
what he could do, and after thr hours
ombI Ttsass llarss Italia.
T i e a horao when out at 'stur
rull.ug on the ground and endeavoring
1 1 turn over on hi ha- k I a ci.unnoii
'gl (. bi t how many -ople hate bo
t'ct d ti nt In doing thl burs. ohwrve
n:i lutnrlahtii rnh'T
The rule Is that he n!ay d! over
either at t t.s trt r third attunpt
iieu r at the cc.iinl - nnd nior than
thrve attcti pt are never tna-le. In
other Words. If the horse sucverd In
r ll;ng r at the flrsl try. well and
r'Hl Ihnt sitl.n.s htm; but If tho
Drst attempt I a falltirr, the aci-ond
one always I. Thn he either rolls
ijUlte. ovi-r at the Ih rd or ftr ( up.
Il? nri r ti.urs a fiurth.
I f lnrsc are ridling on sloping ground,
they usually roll up hill. Thl I nr
efly of eiplnriailuii than the Strang
custom regulating th nuint-r of at
trtiipt. A to this 110 adi'iuate rrasuii
,ns ever lieeu otTirid. Will tho In
gelitoti I M-i 1 . 1 who till lis why a dog
turn round tx fore lying donn, and
why duck walk U htud each other In a
string Instead of atreast, riplnln why
c liors. never inakr four attciupt to
I roll over and Itevcr succeed at tlrtr
Tho Star of Stars $
Qasev Tklwas la r.al.
Just tM-forv the I ratno Ocrinan war
a traveling ipm k lu Prance employed
a hi clown, after the fashion of the
day, a ruan named Turn, who testified
of heroic fire fighting, wl.sre Mis Tillie j ., t,r exci-llem-t. of his master's curs'
proveJ herself a heroine, the flame 'for Indtgi-stluU by swallow Ing corks
were subdue, and the entire prune crop .slid pebble. After ha Ing tlr ijuaek
saved. Tim building was Udly scorched, j uhled and lu the prew nce of Pr.
AiiL'tist ItiioK. in. im i.wa. r i,..w m. i. Lon uts tore open a lire cat. sucked
hsve started logging
r. Wakley, of Salmon, will move in
for J. II. Wewer.
Mr. Mackin has remodeled his house.
and it looks like new.
Mr. Younger bas several cariwntera
working now finishing his hall .
William Wesby's house is nearly fin
ished. It is a Lsndsotne and beautiful
Messrs. William Welsh, 8. Hedg
and t. Wakley. ba mon river e.itl
Women as Well as Men
Are Made Miserable by
Kidney trouble treys utxsn the mind. rti.
courages and lessens ambition; beauty, vigor
ana cneeriuiness soon
ft) disappear when the kid
neys are out of order
Kidney trouble has
become so prevalent
that it Is not uncommon
for a child to be born
tajtltsj a...Li L. I A
"nwivia WU WCaifS, U-
neys. If the child urin
ates too often. If the
urine scalds the flesh or If. when th rhild
reaches an ae when It should be able to
control the passage, It j yet afflicted with
bed-wetting, depend upon It. the cause of
the difficulty Is kidney trouble, andtha first
step should be towards the treatment of
these Important organs. This unpleasant
trouble Is due to a diseased condition of the
kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as
most people suppose.
women as well as men are. msH mis.
erable with kidney and bladder trouble,
and both need the sama itmi .m
The mild and the Immediate effect of
Swamp-Root Is aoon realized. It is sold
by druggists, In fifty- fyX"
Mui aim 0110 uouar
sizes, tou may have a . fj v? an ,,
ample tottle by mal -Jarrft
iree, aiso pampniet tell- noma of nmp-non.
Ing all about It, Including many of th
thousands of testimonial letters received
from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer
stock in lear adventures, bad heard and
read of them, Ilecehlly. up near his
mining claim on Cherrv ere. k, he. en
countered a bear with two cuhs. Ti e
sight of August made the old bear lore
ous, and just Isx-ause August was little
it started for him. August for a moment
held his ground, hut old lx-r ( sine for
ward with destructive determination in
its eyes until the l-sr looked as big a a
housfl. August held hi ground, but
finsllv to cheat old bear out of a meal,
August Ixjlted and mounted a trw.
There he stayed until hi dog returned
and engaged the bear's attend n. After
long wailing and yelling "sic 'em,
Touser, sic 'em," the bear finally left
and August lived 10 bill the story.
It t l'x-1 and devoured It. Ho also
ate In the same way living snake,
crlndtn; their load bet n-n hi tee lit.
I mrtng the war he conveyed ast-ri-l In
formation for tun I'reiicli artuy by
wallowing a small boi with a writ
ten paps-r Inside It. but h was at last
detected by tho Prussians and punish
ed a a spy.
Ha t all roarings In turn table. Tomi
frrrlv to the wind. Hall hearing
In wheel, tiisurlug llft-htrt luiimngquaj.
Ilirs, and reserving greatest amuuut of
p.if Ut pumping (i.lrsiiliol tfn
making I'ut tovrthrr with ;!muti
llt. iloii'.lr nuttrd, no part can rutf or
i;rt bsise and Isltlr. Weight fiUSar;
(rrfrit rrgulatloh. So jtiij tocboet
trnsluu Willi rvrrv ( hsncr of trmirriiufi
and grow wrakrr with age. kritrt si.
way on lian-l. Ihrsc things sr Sur.k
tnoriry (o y.i. Thru why cot U a
Mitchell, Lewis & StaverCo.
First and Taylor fit., l'ort'.arid, Orrjoa
n.U.t, . "r a Til
a 111 art t III" 1 s llsasal aa a.
JHIwankle tirange Fair.
The Milwaukie Orange, I'ations of
Husbandry, opened their fair Friday at
the Milwaukie Town Hall with a good
attendance. The agricultural imnle
menu were In charge of Richard Scott
E. W. Bunnell looked alter the flowers
and plants, and Mrs. 1. A. Trayle had
charge of the ladies' department. T. It,
Sedlwood had chargo of the miscellano-
ous division. The intere-tini feature
was the baby show. The first prir.e for
babies of 12 months and under was won
by Victor fiwain, son of Mr. and Mro.
John F. Kisley. The first pru i for ba
bies 24 months old and under was cap
tured by hlvlra Thurlow. All the ex
hibits at the fair came from Clackamas
county, near Milwaukie, and all are
highly spoken of. Among tbe exhibits
were big pumpkins, cabhago.kale and ap
ples from the fiim of Kiclmrd ficott, and
spplcs and dried fruits from J. H. kit
ley's farm. The fair closed Saturday
evening with a social dance.
A Fiend lh Attiu lt.
An attack was lately in ado on C. F.
Collier, of Cherokee, Iowa, that nearly
proved fatal. It came through his kid
neys. Ilia back got so lame ho could no1
stoop without great pain, nor sit In a
chair except propped by cushions. No
remedy helped him until he tried Elec
tric Hitters, which e fleeted such a won
derful change that he writes ho feels like
new man. This marvelous medicine
cures backache and kidney trouble, purl
flea the blood and builds up your health
Only 60c at Geo. A. Harding's Drug Btore,
Dssir la Da ma taar.
Most of the paper How Used I mado
from wood and other vegetable flU-rs
which are rhetuli-ully tnt very illfT r-
tit from the iniit. riiil of whh li a hay
rick Is compose.!. Cotlse(Uelitly If pa
per Is stacked damp heating Is likely
to take place Just a It doea with
prematurely stacke.l bay, and pt any
lime flume mny burst out a the re
sult of spontaneous combustion.
Til Heartless Draaalsl.
F'loaalo Ilannstar-Fred, what Is that
the pa N-rs any the butcher Uses?
want to keep dear Fldo's meat from
Flossie-That Isn't what the druggist
Brother Freil-Wlmt did he say?
The Two Champions.
It Is snld that the roar of Hon can
be hi-nrd further than tho sound made
hy any other living creature. Next to
that comes tho note of a womnn who
has found a mouse In her bureau.
f ' J X
Tho trunk of tho elephant has no
fewer thiin i0fH) iiiusebs-nt hast so
said Cnvler, tho fntnotis compnrntlvo
nimtomlst. The whole of tint muscles
of ft tnuii'a body added together only
Ureion Illy Market RrpsrU
(Corrected to Friday.;
WbeaU-No. I, biubel.
Flour-rortland, 1110 r bbl.
iwr sk. Howard's , e psftt.
10 per bbl.
Oaa-ln sacks, whit, Kj to M wr.ll
per rental, gray, M to ho
Hay-old lliiioihy, bah-, H P"'oBj
loose, 'J ti U M) er ion. tw' r
Ost. U. Mixmihay, M.
MillstiilTs-llran, 117 60 pr
shorts, 1U 50 pur ton, chop, I7 f'
barley, rolled, IM 60 r Ion.
rotaloes new, 1 cent per lb.
KggsOregon. t 2 fr duW.1'
Butler-ltanch, 37,',' to i"' lr
Apples. King's, iO 0 to M cents p
box. Other varieties, 33 0 tot5f
l ears, Fall Bullrr and Wlnlor Nllll
50 lo 75 c aer boa,
Quinces, 50 to 00 0 per bf. -...i.
iNdawaro .rapes, In baskotl, 30 C.
bulk 3 c -r lb.
Onions, choice, 1c lo U4O !"
(ireen reas, 2u er lb. Ik
Dr-asra ctilcknns. 10 lo 18.4'
l.lveslix k and dressed meHi "
live, 13.00 to 3 50 per hundred. W
live, 5 ct ; hogs dressed. 0?e;
Vi to 3'a'ci sheep, dressed, ;
veal.dresse.l, 7,'s to8; lambs, live.i6'
laiulis, dressed, O.' Jc.
& Co., Blnghamton,
mention this paper.
N. Y., be sure and
Bwn tli. Thl Kind You Hare Alwayi Boujll
I liavo inHtallcd a now lino of
LADIES' FURNISHINGS AND DRESS GOODS.
Umbrellas. Winter Clothing. fiehool Supplies. l'amily Medicine
I'resh Ilrsad and Cakes in our Bakery. I'resh Mcata always on U-
-V. S. HUHTT,
I'oat Ofllt'o snd
WILLAMETTE FALLS. fubiio Tdcphoiis sintio" ,
Kin in 1
f Oak I
fall vs. J