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OREGON CITY ENTERPRISE, FRIDAY JANUARY 3, 1901
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Our correspondents will please end
in articles before Wednedays of each
week, otherwise, it reaches us too late for
O. l.aferty is home on a visit.
Charlie Robeson is visiting his sister
t turk.y bill.
Mies Iitiie. Freeman is visiting her
parents for a few days.
Will and J. 0. lix are home from Oak
Point speuiling the holidays.
Mr. Carlson ia in Portland spending
the I nli lays with his daughters.
Mis Xellie Goltherg, of Portland, is
with us once again for a short visit.
Elbert Killen, of Handy, la spending
the holidays at the Hubbard residence.
Willie Ponahoe is again in our midst
after an absence of six months in Wash
ington. Walter Gorbett had the misfortune to
cut his hand pretty badly w ith the ax
F. M. Kobeson returned to Ostrander
iasi mursuay auera lew weeas visu
with relatives here.
The Christmas tree at the C. C. Liter
ary Hall was well attended. The audi
ence was well pleased with an interest
ing program and a heavy laden tree.
The shooting match last Saturday was
-we I attended. Johnnie Laferty w. s the
crack shot of the day. Old King Alco
hol came along in the afternoon and
ma ) some little disturbance He should
lie ruled out if he can't behave him'elf.
Mrs. T. J. Motlit is reported on the
Mrs. Walter Smith has returned home
feeling quite well.
Walter Hiser has returned to Damas
cus and Is building a new house.
O. W. Boring,- of Boring's was shakitig
hands at A. W. Cooke's Sunday.
A. C. Newell, agent for (he Western
Yeisi Co., is al home for a week or two
Damascus Grange will give public
installation next Saturday, January 4th,
l:i')2. The public is cordially invited to
Mrs. A. W. Cooke and son Fred mnde
a tlyiug trip to Oregon City and Portland
Mrs. Georje E. Derry, Mis Rosa
Fenders, Mis Jeanett Newell, .Miss
Kur.y and Sabina Cooke, Irvin Hawk
mid Jub McMmry were the gnestsof Mr.
nd Mrs. Henry Brcithaupt Sunday af
Christmas lits come an I gone sgain,
and the only winter blasts which we
have fell are those which are brought
from abroad by the nepiperp. Gras
is still fresh ami green. Will the eoj le
n the East believe this? If not, let
It is a sad thing to see fine
fruit trees spoiled by the blight
You can always tell them from
the rest. They never do well
afterwards but stay small and
It is worse to see a blight
strike children. Good health
is the natural right of children.
But some of them don't get
their rights. While the rest
grow big and strong one stays
small and weak.
Scott's Emulsion can stop
that blight There is no
reason why such a child should
stay small. Scott's Emulsion
is a medicine with lots of
strength in it the kind of
strength that makes things
Scott's Emulsion makes
children grow, makes them cat
makes them sleep, makes them
play. Give the weak child a
chance. Scott's Emulsion will
make it catch
with the rest
This picture represents
the Trade Mark of Scott'i
Emuhion and is on the
wrapper of every bottle.
Send for fru ample.
SCOTT & B0WNE,
400 Tearl St, New York.
50c and 1 1. all druggist.
them come and see for themselves.
G. P. Pully and Harmon Fitch are
r j'uli'int; the old Ptilly null with the
view of cutting ties this winter.
Peter Wiilielm was in our midst yes
terday. T. C. Tow's household is honored with
bouncing boy who is known as Theo
dore Kooseveldt. We conglatulate our
selves on having a new presidvut in our
Fred Forstuer has again taken charge
of J. N. Brainhall's couk house.
William lUrdeii has been rounding up
bis herd ol calves and says they aie ex
cce.lingly fat for this time of ear.
A double wedding took place at the
residence of John K. Taylor December
i!"th; the Taylor sisters, ol Aims, and
Howard brothers, of Sontlibend, Wash
ingiou. Mr. Robert Howard and Miss
Eveline Taylor, Mr. Joseph Howard and
Miss Miy Taylor, were united in the
bonds of holy matrimony by Kev. Thomas
Cowling, of Troutdale. The wedding
march was played by Prof. Win. 1)
Thomas, of Anu. After a sumptuous
dinner was partaken of, the evening was
spent will) music and dancing. Mr, Tay
lor's motto is ''Kat, drink and be merry.'
The young people w ill probably reside at
bouthbend, Washington. We extend
our congratulations to the contacting
j p nJ wi( lwni M he uck
Damascus is still progressing although
bid weather prevails.
Nearly all of the farmers of this pre
cinct have their potatoes dug
Jocia Royer, of Isabel, has sold his
place, and is moving back to this place.
Mrs. Howk has been visiting relations
in Portland lately.
The Damascus Grirgi will give a
public installation New Year.
C. R. Hunter is improving bis place
by building a new wood shed and black
Miss Kjsie Feathers has finished
teaching school at Rugs district and ia
at home now.
Almont Newell is at home visiting his
relations during the ho'idavs. He will
soon return to his work on Puget Sound.
There will be singing at Mr. Breight
baupts, Sunday afterncon.
Miss Annie Baucbman and two sisters,
of Stone, were visiting Mrs. Delsie
Hunter last Wednesday.
The Damascus Grange is invited to at
tend a Grange social at Clackamas soon.
Some of the young people intend to g .
Mr. Walter Smith, who has been in
the hospital undergoing an operation, is
now back home, looking real Well.
Miss Mary Tong intends going to East
ern Oregon soon, where she will stay for
The Splcer farm lias been sold so Mr.
Sherwoods will scon move away. We
have not learned who has bought the
Jim Reed, from Eastern Oregon, has
been visiting with Charley Hunter of late.
New Year is here let us make it better
Road Boss Mallett has his job nearly
W. H. Jones and farnilv and Duni'id
Frazierand family, of Gervais, spent
Annas with A. L. Jones, of this place.
Clara Schoenborn was home Xmas
Sidney Smith called on Merle Jones
E-nest Russell, of Rnsselville,
seen in our burg Monday.
Erne?t Jones is plowing this wejk
Otto Strycher was the guest of Cora
llelvey last Sunday evening.
W. II. Jones is slashing.
Will Weismantle is slashing for
Bruce Darnell has returned home.
Merlie Adkins has the scarlet fever.
Bob Bollard and Ed Paine have beeD
Cbas. 0. Boynton was in Oregon City
A. L. Jones ia cutting wood.
F. Irish ia working ou the road past
Albert Neukirchner and family, spent
Xmas with his mother and brother.
Chas. Daniels and Fred Wallace, of
Mulino have returned from the Columbia
where they have been working.
A Happy New Year to you all.
B. F. Linn is qnite low with asthma
wise Maude btone closed a successful!
term of school in the Linn school dis
trict on the 20th inst.
Mrs. Mildred Shumway of Portland is
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B.
F. Linn of this place.
This has been another record breaker
for Oregon. One of the most prosper
ous of years. Also for Redland,
Our literary society is doing tome ex
cellent work. The next question is
"Resolved, That the Freedom of the
Press should be Restricted."
Mrs. Cassie Farrel, of Portland, was
v'sitmg her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Wi'ox a few days last week. Her
brother Fred returned with her to spend
' I tried Ayer'a Hair Vigor to
stop my hair from falling. C.ie
half a bottle cured n:e."
J. C. Baxter, Braldwoed, 1:1.
Aycr's Hair Vigor Is
certainly the most eco-
nomical preparation of it
I kind nn the marker. A
little of it goes a Ionj. way.
It doesn't take much of
it to stop falling of the
hair, make the hair grow, I
and restore color to gray
hair. Sl.tt a tattla. All annuls.
If your tniRirl cannot iiippljr yu,
end, u ona dollar am! will express
you Isittle. 11 aura ami (flv the nam
of tout iwareat exprru oilu-o. Aililrsn,
J. C. A V KK CO., Lowull, Ida.
The Christmas tree at the M. F.
church was well attended and the short,
though interesting, program was appre
ciated by those present. Old Santa,
who made bis appearance at the close
of the liter ry program caused much
merriment for the children.
Harry Mosher finished his term of
school at (iai fit-Id on the 3d and re
turned home from the holidays. He
spent Thursday and Frulav visiting with
Chas. Rutherford, of Highland, who ia
at home fiotn McMinnville college for
The following officers were elected for
the coming year; Superintendent,
Edgar Brock; assistant siieriiiieiideiit,
Harry Mosher; secretary, Willie Stone-
assistant secretary, Ora Wilcox ; treas
urer, Mandie Stone ; librarian, Mrs. E.
Brock; assistant librarian, Fred Pierreu;
teachers, Win. Stone, Louis Funk and
Miss Stone. Organists remain as before.
The second quarterly conference for
the Viola charge will convene in the
church here on January 21th at 2 p. 111.
Services will be held on Saturday even
ing and Sunday. Immediately afier
thirour pastor, assisted by Rev. Dunlap,
of Canby, will commence a series ol
meetings. The members of the church
have made anangumenta to have a shed
built to hitch horses under so those
coming to the meetings will not have to
L-ave their horses Blandiug out in the
Master Merritt Freeman is on the sick
It will pay you to Investigate the fne
dish plan at Freeman's.
Will Jesse, from Spokane, Waab., ex
pects to make Barlow liis future home.
Mr. Williams starlet! his plow today.
He says hn is going to raise 80 acres of
spuds this year.
Owing to busy times, the Barlow cor
respondent failed to show up but we
won't do it any more.
Mr. Susbauer and family, from Wash
ington, are visiting their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Chas. Schmitr.
Jimmy McGill, John Golue and Au
gust Dolraais were taking in the sights in
Barlow the thirty-first of December.
We have word from our old home in
South Dakota that the thermometer ia
down 40 degrees below zer 1 and still go
ing lower. Here in Barlow we have to
use a fan to keep cool these days. ,
We had a Christmas tree in Barlow.
It was a grand mccess. Our teaclur,
wiss ajary uarlow, should have great
credit for the way she had the school
children trained to perform their parts
in the exercises.
The Barlow Euchre Club gave a nartv
in Columbia Hall December 31, in honor
of the old and new year. Games were
indulged in until about 11 r. m.. when
Grandpa Barlow said it was time to go
Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood.
All the blood In your body Basses throuch
;vui niuiicya unuG every inrce minUTCS.
The kidneys are your
blood purifiers, they fil
ter out the waste or
Impurities In the blood.
If they are sick or out
of order, they fall to do
matism come from ex
cess of uric acid in the
Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady
h9rt h4ta an1 . 1 . .
.1. V .L ' "' ono reel as though
tney had heart trouble, because th
over-working In pumping thick, kidney,
poisoned blood through veins and arteries.
It used to be considered that only urinary
troubles were to be traced to the kidneys,
but now modern science proves that nearly
all constitutional diseases have their begin
ning in kidney trouble.
If you are sick you can make no mistake
by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild
and t.ie extraordinary effect cf Dr. Kllmer'a
Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy Is
soon realized. It stands the highest for Us
wonderful cures of the most distressing cases
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nu is sum on its merits
by all drutreUts In flftv-
cent and one-dollar siz- C CXA : I r;!j-"-
f. iou may nave a
sample bottle by mail
free, abo pamphlet telling howT'hnd 1
Allt It aA.. U - l.l J . a . a nf
vu. i, JUU nave money or Diadaer trouble.
Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer
lvalue- but when he beheld a 4ll-foot
table loaded down wilb everything good
to cat such as cake, plo, siuidwlches,
etc. he agreed to stay another hour
without much oaxlng. Alter doing Jos
tle to the cake and colh'M. th whole
party tried to see who could niiiks the
moat noise with cow bells, horns, tin
pana and everything to nuke music.
Well, the old year was put out and an
other put in and still the world moves on. j
Music and song and stump speehna oc
cupled the remainder of time. Hullloe it
to say the patty broke up towards mnrif '
Lost, strayed or stolon, from the piem-;
ises of the undersigned, one luxie turkey. .
When last seen she was In D O Free-1
man's barn. A large reward Is ollorml
for her recovery. W. B. Tt't.i..
Millard Sarver enjoys Portland sham
poos. John and Aleck Irvin and Mike Il.ib
erlein have returned to their respective
homes for the Christmas vacation.
It ia said that there will ho a double
wedding oil Ne Year's day. We are
wondering who aie to be the happy ones.
Tim teachers of this community are
making arrangements for holding a
teachers' inslitiitu at Currinaville the
third Saturday In January. A good pro
gram is being prepared.
Mr. Richard Davis and Mini Dolly
Lemon, both of Garfield, were married
Christmas day at twelve o'clock, noon,
at the home of the bride, the Rev. J.
Moore, elder of the Christian Church,
officiating. The bride and groom are
respected young people who hav groan
tip in this community. Mr. Davis was
born in Wasco County. Crrg in, and la
twenty-two years of age. Mrs. Davis
was horn In this county and ia about
nineteen years of age. It was a tpil.d
wedding, only relatives and intimate
friends vl the contracting parli; being
present. All lin In wishing then) a long
ana nappy lite. Hie lirido and groom
left on the morning of the 27ih for their
honey-moon trip to La Camas, Washing
ton. When they return they will take
up their abode at the former home of the
bride, w here they w ill be at home to
their friends. On the evening of Decem
ber L'lith a dinner party was given in
honor of the bride and groom at the
home of ti e bridegroom's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. William Davis, An excel'ent
dinner was served and was much enjuyed
by all. The young people played games
and had a very en iv-able lime. Those
present besides the host and hostcst
were: Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Davis, Miss
Mary Lemon, Mr. and Mrs Fred Davis,
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Huxley, Mr. and
Mrs. H. A. Anders. Mr. and Mrs. Cha.
Duncan, Mr. and Mis. Richard Havis,
Mrs. Monroe, Rev. J. M sire, The Missi
Lucretia Lemon, Florence Davis, Agnes
Davis, Ethel Jones, May Huxley, Cra
Yocum and Lr-ona Krlgbaum, The
Messrs. Win Davis, Jr., Iloiai o Davis,
Herman Davis. Waller Lemon, Ralph
Lemon, E. C. Hodman, Lloyd Yocum,
Archie Yo:um, F. M Gill, Millard Sar
ver, Marion Davis and Miss Jessie Cur
rin, and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wills.
School District No. 110 levied a 22 mill
Mark Sprague is very sick at this wri!
J. L. Mumpower made a business trip
to 1'ortland one day last week.
Postmaster at Stone is taking a vaca
tion this week.
Frank, Charley and Mrs. J. Hatton
are visiting their sister, Mrs. C. Dait, of
Molalla, this week.
George and Will Stewart have just re
turned from California where they have
been working the past summer.
foraome reason, the Enterprise did
not reach Stone poatofflce last week.
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mere is a new bell on the church at
Stone, which was purchased of Mont
gomery & Ward Co., for IU.50 less than
it could be bought in Portland.
Clear Creek Creamery is on a boom j
nearly everybody is going Into the dairy
business. W. P. Kirchem, the president
of the company, is doing good work the
right man in the right place.
John Page, of Gladstone, wilh a crew
of men, is putting in a new bridge across
Hatton Creek near Stone.
The Clear Creek Star Literary and De
bating Society met last Saturday night
and made a permanent organization.
The question for January 4 is, Resolved,
that the press has done more tor civiliza
tion than the pulpit.
Mr. McMurry lost a number of ducks
that took a trip down the river of late.
Charley Smith drove some piling down
the Clackamas lately, but, owing to the
high water, it was not a pleasant task.
Oar teacher is giving general satisfac
tion ao far as we have been able to learn,
and the children are learning well.
Arthur Cliff hag been "coal pitting"
some stumps. This seems to be quite a
successful method of removing stumps.
Mr. Scott has moved to his newly pur
chased farm in Washington. Our I nun
will be their gain. The place vacated is
open to Borne good renter.
Tom Watts has been hauling wood to
lhiB win'er and brinK-'ng back loads
nMnaa 1 1 ! a. I a.
Illuu,r- ie iiueiidg trying to grow
some onions the coining season. He is
workihg hard and deserves svecess.
ASTHMA CURE FREE 1
Astlmm.ono Lirin-js Instant
In A l
The Creamery building la Mill' lying
idle, hut we hope to sen it start soon,
While it might not bring in ao much
ready c.ish, It would lie tha means of Im
proving farms Instead of w earing I hem
O'lt, as gardening dues.
M.-ssrs. Kiehhiiir, Mumpower, Byrea
and McMmry haw early H'as that are
up ami growing nicely. Quite a number
here make a business of growing garden
vegeuhles for the Portland market. It
ihhuiis to be a paying industry, too.
John Smith, our supervisor of road,
put the Clackamas River road in good
condition last summer, and It has been
standing the rains exceedingly well. He
la the right nun In the right place.
Mr. Page, of Parkpluce, was out not
long since and, with the assistance of J.
W. Watts and the writer, mmided the
roofs of the Baker's Ferry and Clear Creek
bridge, lin Intends to build a bridge
a-rims a am.ill ravine near the new
The Literary and Debiting society was
organized Dec 21. U. Tlmulllcrraulotled
are: President, E. C. Hacketi; Vice
president, Fred RiebhufT; Secretary,
Frank Riebhnli"; Sorgu.tiii-at arui t, Ar
thur Cliir; Kditora for paiier, J. li.
Muinpowwr and R jyitl hpr.iguu. Suhjecl
for discussion on Jan. -i.U, l"v2, Re
solved, th.it the Press has done mora for
civiha iiiou than the Pulpit, Everybody
Born, to A. M mid II. Mullen, a boy,
on Cliiilma day.
The Woodmen Hall is getting along
veiy nicely. They have the sheeting
nearly all on. The fl.-st con of paint
has already beuii put oil.
The bicycle path on the Milwaukie
road la getting ill very bad ahai and
Unless repairs are soon made there will
be little left of it by next spring. In sev
eral places the path is impassable. To
ward the last of the summer sum ) gravel
was put on it, but aa bo-mi as the rain
came it sank into Ilia mud.
The masquerade Bill at Milwaukie
was a great success in every way. The
dance broke Up at three o'clock and sup- j
per was eerven at twelve. Mrs! prix. a
were awarded to the best dressed couple !
which were Mrs. A. II. Dowling and Mr. 1
Ira Baxter. They received an a.tli tray1
and a heliotrope box consisting of soup,
perfume and satchel powder. The sec-'
oi.d prizes were awarded to the bflst sus-!
tamed characters, which were Mis May
Oliver and Mr. Beit Blue. The prir.es
were a 1 idy's purse and an ink aland.
The couples unmasked at 10:U0.
KEMAKKtlll.K (ME OF CK0LP.
A Utile Boy's Life Nar. d.
I have a few words to say regarding
Chamberlain's Cough Itemed)-. It saved
my little boy's life and I feel that I can
not praise it enough, I bought a bottle
of It from A. E. Ktoere, of Goodwin, 8.
I) , and when I got home with it the
poor baby could hardly breathe. I gave
the medicine as directed, every ten min
utes, until he "threw tip" and then I
thought sure he was going lo choke to
death. We had lo pull the phlegm out
of his mouth in great long string. I am
positive that if 1 had not got that bottle
of cough medicine, my boy would not be
on earth today. Jukl Dkmo.nt, Inwood,
Iowa. For sale by U, A. Harding, Drug-.
Stars tba Jf IDs KIM) TCI Hart Alwaf!
llw Kind Yen Haw Alwars Bouti
Ilunt's lTow Store.
I have just moved into a more commodious building, which has been
remodeled for mv stock. My growing trade demands this. One of the
features of my store is the
winch Is separated from the main building. Fresh meats always on hand.
I win buy dressed Pork, Beef and Mutton.
Call and inspect the holiday goods. Christmas presents at prices to suit.
TKY OI!lt FAMILY M Mill INK
MKNTIIOI.ATUM Cures Sore Throat, Bruises, Rheumatism, Neu
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