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OREGON CITY ENTERPRISE, FRIDAY. JANUARY 5, 100:
Oregon City Enterprise. !
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bnsinefs cut! not bo H'iuntt'il from
Uty audi .imiy (ifileuil r.ir. tboKe ud lor interstiite comnninica
itoviii) or nmiusaoxrits.
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! Moved III Nlrrnma.
Nvlici( III North America will jroa
conic mi n more tlirlllliitf n'slit
tlimi t ho fivsli wilier ciii'tfn tank tin-
Published Kvcry Kridiiy.
1. L. rOUTKIl, rRorR.KToR.
received Ux rcoeint ill lull for the ta x
tio.it. The law itself doc nut attempt I0'.11? V" ,h w'"'ll M ! nt liuiri''"' w,y ,l'y!,l,,e
Iceipt being niinibered .i0. llurlt In The Atlantic. Here Hie Ilea
benenlli (lie lowering giuin elevator,
' to disci iiiiiimte, hut levies th lax on all I And Hit) Hoard being Inllv su'dslled
instrumfuts; but under the. decision 0f j Ilial aatd aale of ai.l row-rt? wis void
; ami that aid purchaser acipnred no title
the court, this would not be inatoriul. mitlor It ia theielnre ordeied
I Tim validity of the ordinance in tliat
tn ,h niilu
Trial subscription two months.
city is liefore the superior court for de
cision. The ruling of the Montana court
j jjjl is not binding upon the courts of that
2 state, hut it ia probable that It will be
that the JIS.S5 paid by K V Kilev fur
caid piopeily lie relumed to him with
inierest at civ per cent and that the
Clerk bane a warrant for tlm aaiiio.
In the matter of Ida C Uartu.an, a
It appear iin! to the Board that Ma C
(iaiiinaii has led Clackamas County, It
A divwinl of W cents on all subscriptions I. li ,, . , , , ., . ,, 1 V . .! ' . . v n V . .
25 CeiltS for SIX niOMtbS, if I ru I lM,t pi -vim u i-, wiu mi-v i- uninni I nwi w 11 1 uui .iu e-tvi', mi n w ii
for one year
paid in advance.
Advertising rates given on application.
Suie-cribera will And the date of expira
tion .'tumped on their piera following
tbeir name. If this date is not changed
wilmn to weeks after a pavment, kindly
notify us and we will look alter it.
Entered at the postotticx In Oregon City,
Or., as second class matter.
A iKNTS FOR THE ENTEKFRISE.
B-aver Oreek 1'r. T. B Thomas
Oanby K- ' lai
Clackamas A Jlailier
Milwit'ilti Oscar iinKer
Cni mi Mills ( J. Trnllitiger
Me-d-w Brook Chas. Holnnoi
New Kra W. Newtierrv
farknlace R. O. Iloln.es
1 . I. .. If ... I. ... I
viM8 will be compelled to lolhov some " r ""rr - "V 7 " '
' ; celled and that she receive no Hii thm aid
other method to secure revenue fionl the ; fiom Clackamaa Conniv.
In the matter of petition of A lllunken-
Mo. a' la
J O .iiiv
l.C. T. Howard
. .......K. M. CiHier
J. C. Mari'iam
, Henrv A. 8ivdi-r
J. C. Elliott
Geo. J. Currin
It is a curious fact that the piesent
session of Congress contains no negro
period from 1887 to 1SS:, this is the thai
session iii thirty two years when this hits
been the case. The first colored man to
be sent to Congress was J. Willis Men
ard, of New Orleans, who was elected to
ti'l a vacancy in lSiiS. Iu 170 Hiiain
R. Kevells took his seat in the senate,
the first in gro to be seated in that body.
Blanche K. It nice was the only other
negro t.) enter the Senate. The Furty-
Fourth Congress, which s.it from 1H75 to
1S77, may be called the black Congress,
since there were eight members in bo'.h
ship, et al, for a CotinU luiad ;
which thrusts u I ni pcinplng '
(culled the "le"i down thiougli her
hiit.hwiiy. Mount the giiiigphink,
do.I-liig tlm siliinlng imics that iimhe
your hciid nc I. Miimhle iihoiil on the
tltuk deck, look down, down, down
lliioiigh the open hiitcli, mid, loiinda,
what il Hlghl! The hold glows with
electricity. It N niUty with hh.wn
dust. It rou is with uiccliiltil nl ncliv
An eiiol'moiia steel "shovel," big lis
the Inside nf il house mid iniiulpnhilcil
by (limitless llyUs n pes. cluiigi'S bm-U
iiinl forth throngh the whoh- length of
In the matter of the (a'titiou filed by A j , Kll,, ,,n,.,s t. yWlow gniln be
ItlunkeiiNhip and mote than twelve
hoilsehidileia of the county living ill die
vicinitv of the road described in the peii-
With the exception of a brief ,l"n ml praying vjeweis to lie apointeil
io view aim locuie a v oiiiuy emu in
TO PROMOTE TRADE WITH Cl'liA.
A delegation of Cubans has petitioned
co: gress to pass the following act in the
interest of trade between the two
Section 1. from and alter the first
(' uy of January, l'J02, Ciihan molasses
and raw sugar, up to No. 16 of the Dutch
s'a'.dard, shall be admitted into the
United States free, and all other Cuban
jitiidiicts upon the payment of one-half
of 'h- rates of dn'ies levied and collected
under the ' tariff laws of the Unitedj
biates upon similar products of the most
.i voted nation; provided the people of
Cu'ia comply with the following condi
Section 2. The people ol Cuba fchall
Consent that from and after the 1-t day
oi January, 1902, all products of the
United States shall be admitted into
Cuba upon the payment of one-half the
rate of duty levied and collected under
the tariff laws of Cuha upon t-imilar
1'iodiicta of the most favored na'ion
Whenever the .Military Governor of
Cuba shall report to the esident of the
United Stales that the people of Culpa
Lave given fcuch consent the president
ehall by proclamation declare that the
rales of duties provided for in this act
eljal take effect in the United States and
in Cuba fruin and after the 1st day of
January, 1!) 2.
Section 3 This act tdiall take effect
The Hiigar production of the two
countries stand as follows:
We consume 2,130,070 tons of fiigsr
annually. We produce 75,903 tons of
beet, and 149,372 tons of cane sugar in
liuntry. We receive 2(K),C00 tons
from Hawaii and 35, (XO tons from Pur to
Eico a total production of 520,333 tons.
We must, therefore, import l,610,33o
tons. Shall we get it from Cuba or
Europe? Again, we are losing Cuban
trade. In 1809 we told I.er $30,773,057
worth of goods. In 1900, $4,570,038 less.
Iii i haii and German sales increased ill
the same time at the rate of $2,300,000 a
year, and in 1900 were three times what
they were in 1895. We can monopolize
this trade by reciprocal concessions.
On the other hand the sugar and
tobacco industries of this country will be
practically ruined by the passage of the
profited act. It is believed that a
majority of congress feels that unices
Cuba wants annexation she cannot Lave
the benefit of our markets. This again
means that Cuba will be in severe straits
by another summer without the advant
age of our markets. Her resources Lave
been ruined by war and she needs every .
advantage lor recuperation.
It is said that the local lodges are hav
ing a good many applicants since local
politics commenced to look ' up, Al
,. , , ... . ,, , vicinity ci mo propositi! roan eni nn
church fairs pohtc.ans are the moving ' r , wi
spirits and at a recent church supper
Uenty-seven litv I up. Now is the time
to cultivate him while he has hopes.
Ortgoti I itj Mining und .Milling C,
Articles Wi re fi'cd in the county clerk's
ot'lee Saturday incorporating the Oregon
City .Mining and Milling Company. The
incorporator are J. M. Tracy, J, W.
Noble und Elmer Dixon. The capital
stock is $30,1100 divided into 30,0v0
shares at $1 per share. The object of
the corporation is to acquire, hold, woik '
and operate quartz and pluer mines of
ClackaiiHs County, Oregon, described in
tut: as lot lows:
Beginning at a point 320 feet northeast
of a bridge over a email ravine where
the road turns and runs parallel to Wil
lamette Falls Hy on the Oregon Ci'y,
Willamette Falls and Fields Bridge
County rornt, said point being in the cen
ter ofaid County road.
Thence in a westerly diiectiou, along
what Is known as the old territorial roud,
marked hy a rail fence atoiit threenpiar
leu ol a mile to the line between the
IuihI owned bv the WilUmette Falls Co
and Hiram Biankenshlp ; thence along
said line west to the southwest corner of
Blaiikenship'a land nhont K00 feet ;
thence along the old road bed of the Wil
lamette Fails Kaiiwav to the Tualatin
Uiver, being about 3200 feet along said
road bed, course northwest.
Said petitioner tiled Ins aluMnvil of no
tices posted lespocting oaiil road, show
ing that there 11 ol Imvd posted, one on
the court house bulletin hoaidaod three
in three of the luo.-l ptihlic p'ticea in
vicinity cf tin' proposed road en I more
of ling petition. He also tiled a bond of
one hundred dollais, conditioned accord
ing to law.
The Board being fully advised, It is
ordered that A M w'z, W II Smith and
1' red t,ly lie and are hereby appointed
viewers to meet at the beginning on the
21st day of December, 31)01 , and sub
scribe to a written oath of office adminis
tered by K P Bands, county surveyor,
he being appointed by the Board to sur
vey said road lie'ore proceeding to view
and locate said road and report in w tiling
at the next regu'ar teiui of this hoard.
In the matter of bids for indexing the
assessment roll :
It appearing to the ltjard that John
W Lodet and M Dollie Cross have sub
mit'ed bids for tvtie-w riting the index
of die assessment toll fur 1901 and the
fore It und hcnplng It l!;i where the b g
can get hold of It to whisk It Into the
bin Unit Is somewhere up hi the sky.
Benenlli, In the hold, nn tinny of blue
chid ineii with wooden "scoops" bnivly
dodge the deadly shovel us lliey swing
the grain Into Its path
Obarrvnlluna t Mllilrvd.
Poetic: Tinnicnr. Diiiniiitls personii
Foiir-yenr old girl, mother and several
Child (III high, shrill Ircblo-Mamiiin,
did you get papa's birthday prtM iit?
"Yea, den lest."
"What did you get. mum inn?"
"The cheap olios that Aunt Millie (old
you iilxnii ?"
Silence front iiinmiiiil, but n heighten
ed Hush (in her face (lint was not entire
ly the rellectUm from 'dcliivnt loxey's"
red velvet hat.
"Mamiini. that ninn over I here bason
a dreadfully dirty necktie. You told
pupa (lie other day (hat no gout Ionian
would wear a soiled net !;t le."
Man glares ami pulls his cotit nbout
"Mildred, stop miking."
Mildred was silent for u tittle while.
"Ma m ma. that lady over there forgot
to polish her shiH'S this morning."
Loudon Spare Mniuctiw.
gold, silver and other minerals in the
State of Oregon and to acquire, own Bo trd not being satisfied with said bids,
and use water rights and mills incident 11 ', ordoied that said bids be rejected,
to the treatment of mineral bearing earth
and ores and to all things incident and
neceseaty to a general mining business.
The te m of existence is perpetual. The
principal office is to be in Oregon City
ane there aie to be live directors in the
company . Half of the capital Block is
already euUcril.ed by ten men who
about two years ago purchased five
mines in the Deer Creek Mining District,
near snmpter, ami about one and one
half mill's from the famous Colconda
mine. The year's assessment wnk has
been done on these mines. Betides the
incorporators, t lie men interested in the
company are County Clerk K. II.
Cooper, George T. Howard, A. Robert
son, P. G. Wells, Fred J. Meyer, George
Broughton and William Howell. Mr.
Wells will manage the aff.iij.s of the new
Oivgnn Funnr r' C dirY-is.
"The Oregon Farmers' Congrehg will
be held in Salem, January (ith to 9th,
inclusive. "The Oregon D.iryman's
Association" will hold their annual
meeting at (he same lime and place.
The Oregon State Board of Agriculture
will likewise hold special meeting for
the purpose of preparing a program for
next year's state fair. The fruit men,
state grange and hop men will also be
In view of the recent rapid advance
ment in stock raising and dairying
throughout the state, these meetings
should be of great henefit to all interest
ed in agriculture, and au unusually large
attendance is assured.
For this occasion the Southern Pacific
will grant a round trip rate of a fare and
one-third, on the certificate plan, to
an I that this Board receive bids for said
Muik, at the January teim, 1902.
J K MoKTON.
It Girdle (lie .'lolc.
The fame of Bucklen's Arnica Salve,
is the best in the world, extends round
the earth. It's the one perfect healer of
Cuts, Corns, Burns, Bruises, Sores,
Scalds, Bolls, Ulcers, Felons. Aches,
Pains and all Skin Eruptions. Only in
fallible Pile cure. 2)ca box at (i. A.
KhW, ESIAIK TIUNSIEIV
Thnusamls Kent Into Itille.
Everyjeara large number of poor
sufferers whose lungs are sore and racked
with coughs are urged to go to another
climate. But this is costly and not al
ways eure. Don't be an exile when Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consumption
will cure you at home. It'the most in-
I fallible medicine for Coughs, Colds, and
roat and Lung diseases on earLh.
The first dose hiings relief. Astounding
cures result from persistent use. Trial
bottles free at G. A
FiirniKlieil Every Weok by the Clucka
mas ASstrucl it Trust Co up hi) .
W llichiniin to A Thyker, 82.9S acs
in sec 24, t f s, r I w $ 775
O & V R It Co to D F LeFevre, e
of ne, and tie of so of sec 25, t 4 s
J F Watson, trustee, to P C 4 0 R
R Co, 100 feet in blk 61, Milwau
kie R J Beutel to Win E Estes, tract 3
in Beutels Tracts
J V Bach man to E Blazier, 100 74
acres in B R Mails Claim
C H Dye, trus'ae, to A W Cheney,
part block 115, ()C 71 x)
E Mclntyre to W U Hartung, 20
acres in Clackamas Co 700
0 I & S Co to C W Cruse, 38.77 acrs
iu(ec7, t2s, rle (K)7
J Barry to R E Beegle, v of
ot ne ol sec 27, 1 1 s, r 4 e 5',-
J Barry to E Beers, e of of ne
of sec 27, 1 1 s r 4 e 475
J M Shulse to R Eggiinann, 102 acs
in Wm Broughton Claim, 15 s, r
W T Houser to II E Klock.of sw
of se of sec 27. t2, rh e 50
C S Chase to H E Klock. ol the
ew of the se of sec 27, t 2 a. r 5 e..
Wm VanBuren to W Thieltnan, 22
acres in Geo Brock CI
W J Patton to M W Patton, of
all the estate of Robert Patton. . .
All I'lirra la Drnarly I'oimlntril.
Professor Adamctz, who devoted con
siderable lime In the study of the fra
grant subject, said (hat the population
of an ordinary cheese when 11 few
weeks old Is greater than the number
of persons upon (he earth.
Professor Adiiiuetx made some Inter
esting researches dealing with (he mi
nute organisms found In cheese. From
a microscopic examination of n sort
variety of Grnyere cheese he obtained
the following statistics: In fifteen
grains of cheese, when perfectly fresh,
from UO.Oiio to llO.tiK) microbes were
found, mid when (he cheese was sev
enty days old (he population had In
creased to 8II0.IKH) n each fifteen
grains. An cxiiinlnntloii of a denser
cheese nt twenty-live days old proved
It to contain l,2iK),iujo In each gram
(about fifteen graliist iitid when forty
five days old 2.0(K).(HH) Iu the same
1 -Wi' ...I till If a
Tho. Kind Yotl Havo Alwayn lmjrlit, nnd vlildi liit.i wn '
ia uso fr over ! .veins lint liorno tlio hlgimlnre, of f'
) unit 1tn Ixm'ii iimdo under Mi hit.
fjk , Hamtl aiiporvNIon hlnco IU liifaiicj. r '
Wia-f, JcAirit nw n mo tadccclt 0 ymi In thin, v' !
AU t'aiintcifVlts, IniHatloiiH and" Jant-itH-K(Mid,r but f
i:l(iiiiu'titH tlmt trllla with and adank''r tlio limit h 0f i
InlaalM and Children -l'tkiaTlriu-o nualiiNt Kxpfilincnt, k"
What is CASTORIA
Castarla U u hariah'in mihstltnto for Castor Oil, Pure '
pule, PrnpH and Southing Syrupn, It li rimmuit. It Ji
4'antainH aidtUcr Opium, fllarphlno nor other Wamitlo i.
MilislaiKO. Hi itga li Iti ;unrnnteo. It destraji V(irim
and allayi IVverKhaeNH. It fiirea Dlarilm n and AVIml
Olio. It relieve Toethiiii,' Trnuhlei, cure Caiiatlputhm
. a. . . . a . I It t il. . 1 ' I a, ,ll I. . I '
iiii.i i, 'in 1 11 .imii' iv iibkiiitniiina iia ii'u iiiiiii'M 1 nn r 1.
atlll I III aTt V ificuM - - w r
.....1 lt,.t..1u irllllltf llaMlllllV lallll llllttiri.ll fcliUMi. la
riviinit 11 iinvt '1 r" -
Tho Chlldren'H l'aa.ioea-'I'tio Molhei'it 1'rlvud. Vr
A w7m I t a iiiiuAi. ,
m -m k m m w u m mm m m m - b a a w w ii 1 1
Bears' tbo Eijrnaturo cf
Tlie Kind You Have Always Bought;
In Ilea C-i
11 wiv 1 ui w Iwl
1 N V - ,
sjJ I veil ;
TMff tiNTiuR laHMiif, ff i.uii.v Tlicr, .w vos(0irv.
Prices $5 io 150
Utost KZV PROCESS Records
SEND FOR CATALOGUE 36
CGLUXZM P'.IOXGSnAPH COMPANY
123 Ceary Street, SAN fRACISC0, CAL.
aplilera Ar, tiidualrliina.
No hiiii'.II liiRict ever CM-apeH from
the web of n uplder, a fact which Is
not to be wondered at when It It con
Hldered Unit tin onllnary Kl.ed snnie
may contain as many hh l.'O.n io vIm M
(,'lobiiliH. The hpiiiin-r Is Constant iy
enaed In repairing Injui h Io the
web Infill led by wind, utiiiy h ave or
captured Insects. Once n day the whole
snare In Huhjeeted to rloroiiK cvuniiia
tlon. nnd nny broken or loosened
thremlH arc ndJiistcd.-Coriihlll Magazine.
Winter thunder la considered through
out Europe to be of very III omen, but
April thunder Is coiiHhleied to be very
beneficial. In DevoiiKhlro nnd other
cider counties of Kncliim! there In n
aayliiK that "wheu it tliiindeiH In April
you miiHt clean up the bnrrcls"-lii
reudineH. that la, for a plentiful crop
The French consider April thunder
to be Indicative of a Rood yield from
their vlnrynrda and cornllehlH.
rv a. .' (:r." .!,,- ti- .
I u 1
l ! I
t'f many YrwlivtIi1 tr WfiUii.ndrirf W, W.UMlorrnl
wn' iMaiHlar(.rrTfaMl uy iMd. m wry u a,r u W tti ,,(lr. J
rlrbfittl.riiiairr U mut, bl tfi Utfm nn.nu .f llr an
HM'lUmin. ha drtl Iu av Mil dttart to t) (,,ii.f mut J
1 r iirna r anii.i imi i H.ii im ,,,n ,.if .
4 RFAUTIFI ! PRI7F FPFF u--thi.ii..! him
1 1 iimirin tii iriM i oi mil, t.tr thks t
'"1 '!) t-H i,l .,11 l.,.il. ult....... 1.. U..4.M. Iu al.. A
'"""-I.U,., .HI IM.I ttHkuiinf U
"ti hT niraal iiti Hol'H tmm mm Udyai Miii
. m It IVIM lllll rill MiiMftiilil u tmt ml.
rih (t.a n Uf i.uh will Ual liMun I 4 1 1f all... ti-ttn Mm
.rt.anm ',, SQair K-rh.a.i: ( lt II, d, (i.uin Nrwhtun.
' muwn ifc.i. 1 nijr tut m,m kuiL,.i a.. .11.. k...ti.. 1 k
hoi l.r. I ftair ,,. l.yit,,,,, ,h.,r ii..oM ful' rl.rm
411 JWa rt baavHv lib m,.i.t nl-ll an 11 ... , .
ft'iwii,;,,!,,,,,,,!, ,ir,q,i-rt i-4i..,r fiH u to f .,14 fUMf
J.V. ,r'"l'WMMU.'ifMfn l-M hm UQ. .ll u J
" niaaav i i t ,v.ra n nail w A A mm r n ft ik. ..!
. . ptltw frit VllL I Vlw I uailfiaMnn. M1. M.k,,
mi ' if ft l tiKr. ln w. Mb t f II-.nilr 1-4 thtt WUkrT lai
- , wrv ,VyariH aiy and -xtt 1 if an tMiM kaa4
M.flar HifiM.mcU n Ht mn fro Tlinannn ar f.r Mw
ia... II. aVL."" -iTimnr r al rllal l.fnf WUaraaU laa mtmmtU m.mm nhu.
rrrMia4. rnLE! nrl,,,'r,",','n','M1-','h4ii..ii.wtuiiwid..i1 iwr
lJT I ?t
WholaauU PrlM Ij.a. 7 , ' " m awlr.f wtth ftrda MH In ftMM (MaClM. RtW
V. H. l,tol-iUttlxitt CG'vCS: T ortU fciKb CtUcagoV '
Cbance For V.nii.ann,
BlmBon (uii(trlly)-I have aent the ed
itor of The IIlKhtoiie Alnirnitliie forty
two of toy poeiiw, nnd he him relurned
every one of them.
Friend Don't send dim any more.
He might get mud.
BEST FOR THE
I O " s i rice
ouc ana 11. tvery bottle K'laranteed.
VICTOKY KOIt TKI.KI'IIONF.
Tlie board of supervisors in San Fran
ci'co has been considering the proposi- "'Some time a;o my daiiKhtcr caught a
tion of levying a tax on telephone ma-T ' Ue comt'iaine-J of pains in
J M Cummins (o (i T Howard, lot
chir.e?. The proposition has been con-
her chest and had a bad coiijjh. I
X Sladen to M K Chase, lot 10, blk
J N Oralmui to J V Xorrif, part
blk G, Green Point
J W Morris to II Miley, part blk fi,
.1 Newton to J W Spaulding, 2 12
acies in blk 17, liarlows .
I. E Williams to A It Williams, 8
acres in Vance Claim, t 3 t, r 2 e
L Hiimmiston to R IlummUton,
21.W) acres in Claim 37, t 3 1 1 3 e
J W Taylor to I C Hinder, lots 15
and lei, blk 2, I'arkplace
Why He Never AUnln. Her Ideal.
A mnn who Is earning (he living for a
family doesn t have time to live up to
tier l.tjaiiiher Ain'n (V,ci,,l, l',.... l ...
sidered in other states, and the legality j cording to directions and in 'two 'day,'
01 such a tax was recently before the "lie was well and able to go to echool.
eiiprem i court of Montana for decision. ' 1 liave Ufie'l ,,li9 remedy In my family
In this litigation, the treafver of Lewis ' 'r t,ie past seven y,!&r and ,lav "ever
and Clark county eoust,t to recover j kno"n U l 't" mes IVender
.. . ! gast, merchant, Annato Bay, Jamaica,
arrears of taxes for Uo years on all ' West India Man,!. Tl, ' -
. ) " 1'ninn ui r ,
telephones used in the county. The de- j chest indicated in approaching attack 0f ' ' ,orlackama--ouiity. and Lave
fense of the telephone company was that ' VmooiR, which in this instance was'!!'8 "ly c0ll',,l,!te "et of hstracts in the
the inetramente were Dred in Inter-tate-' nndonbte,1,jr War'le'1 ofr Chamber- j i!?"1' "n furf"Hl' '"formation as to
lain a v-onin Rumoiiir r " umc, ou arm lcmirm
.....j. ,v touiiicrncis ; r . , . ( 0 '
any tendencv of """""i ""wuiieiiin, real eelate. alwtraei. 1 come uni.- I tils s the rniim. i,r mn, i.
The court held that the Via. Sold by G. A. Harding Dru'::Ht ' 'C' 0ffi'e 0l,er r'nlt ' wm I td tea nnd eoffee.I,lleV nlno jour.
Cail and investigate. Addrebs box 37. i uui-
It ynd haTfti't a rr-irulnr, tmaiftir nit'Vnii'nt of lh
bowol tviT drtr, jxtu'in III or will h. W-t your
"Suipo8e lie Hhould. What could lie ir''
V -HI or ,lll I" 1 1 II, In itniiifi-riilltf. 'I I111 m, 0,1 1 1,.
Anyi ral-t. ttmnl rr,-,-( wm; ul IliHJIllg lj liuwcltf
"He might publish one of them un
der your real nnine." New York Week
An abandoned cistern is often n dan
gerous thing oud should be filled, as
stagnant water which may remain In
It Is n common sour'-e of dlseiiHe. If
this cannot be done at once. It Is a good
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ann gradually an ;t uo with sifted ",.r h",i'j;. w.im.i., ,.r n, m, .,i 1,
coal uhhes. K:..h"A.M,?i, " "" '"""-'-Vi"'
I rmi.i(i 10 imr eet, ntn .. urnr roiu.
Th.ne..BIe,.e. . i KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN
Mamma-Hut. darling, why ahould , LU ,UU" DLUU UUtftll
you object to taking the good doctor' I
advice? I - - - - -
Bobby It Isn't big advice, uiammn.
It'a his horrid old medicine that I hate
to take. Chicago News.
I Qj CATHARTIC
'EM LIKE CANDY
1 . '. ..7A-i..-w.sX.
For Votiinr Men mu Vniiiiir rtniin n,
Therniri notbiiig that will aroiine the
ire of a young man or woman so ,nick up
to have interior iHiindry oik put oil on
them. Tiiev may dress ever ho well,
but it their shirt Iront nr sbirl waint Is
THE CLACKAMAS ABSTRACT
TRUST CO. are the owners of the copy-
right to the Thorns system of abstract
commerce, and, therefore not subject to
bis wife's Ideals, nnd by the time he '""""y tber n"at appearance is moiled
has undo bis money lie Is too old and , Tl" Troy hnindiy notkes a H.eeialty ol
wants to be comfortable. - Atchison i ladies' and gentlemen's line work
(K"n-' Gloif; There can be no better work than is
T m,u ,M .., at lhe Tr"v- l your oider al
te m . : zrz t r . b.,,e, hi,,,,-.
- " mm iiuutiie.
Remember continued boiling causes the
water to part with Its gases and be-
O-JEZ TSTtT X- 33 2
Ojiji. Huntley's Drutf Store,
FORTY YEARS LXI'HKILNTE
lirciit llritiiin ami America.
ins Kind Von Hiv i- 0---
WANrKH-SKVKRAL PKIiSMNS "f
charai-ler ami kooI repiilaliun In encli ' i
tone in Ihn cooiity rfpirr-,) to rei n "
and ailvertiw o,l e-luOliiln-.l wenltliy lint
ne hmjieof m,iil linmieil nUnilin. r-
aty $ls 00 weekly with r jiieniwii aililnioi
all i syiili In f-a-di eeh Welneilav ili"
fruiii lieil iiltii-ca l(nrr i"1 p'r';"" "'
iiinheil when Heecs-tiry. References, bo-
c!.ie ii-l' n.Mren-e.l rta.upril eiiTel"!
Manager, 3ij Canton liiiilding, Chicago.