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CITY ENTERPRISE, HiilAY wai w
Our correspondents will please send
n rtii-les before Wednedays of each
week, otherwise it reaches us loo lata for
Mrs. llini llevan is visiting tier par
ents at Hood Kiver.
Mrs. F.roest Mass and little son Tere
Portland visitors Tuesday.
Mrs. iieo. Rogers and Mr. KoWrt
O'Hrien were shopping at l'urtlanil Fri
day. Harry Mihlstine enj yed a visit Irom
a young ihend of Portland over Sunday.
Mr ami Mrs. Abe Tolstoinage and
lit iitfhter Sadie, attended a wedding at
A sister of Mrs Geo Roger with her
family have come to Willamette to reside.
The exercises at the school Tuesday
were very well rendered. The fltg drill
by the girls being especially tine.
Fred Hunt and daughter Kena, of
Port I -mil, visited his parents Mr, and
Mrs. Jos. Hunt over Sunday.
in tin district within the last year. All
seem hppy and prosperous. Thcrs is
still room for more.
Several teams are busy hauling cord
wood on the Abcrnethy road, while C
U. Llvesay lias a tutniher of men cutting
on a three humuetl curl contract.
The proapwls fur fruit in this locality
is very good except for cherries and
The lones-Iinel brickyard is preparing
to turn out a kiln of brick this summer.
The in my friends of Miss Maud
11 idles. in, who went U The Palles, hop
ing to benefit her health, are glad to
bear she is . mproving.
N. Nelson and wife, who went to
Chenowiih, Wash., writes to their
friends that Mr. Nelson's health is some
better and they are doing very well.
I.orence Yocht, who went to Sandy to
work in a sawmill, writes home that he
is getting good wages and is well pleased
with hts situation.
ik. acrf. of good timber Unit. J mUrt ftom Sherwood railroad
Wilm.nvlllcsnd W.lla.Mctte tlvrr, f 15 lr W. J""1'
.... 1 I, ,,. ami barn. Ml tmtimvrd
George Aden aud sister visited at Matt
ker's place Sunday.
Ed. Cooi9tock is thinking of going to I
Porthtiul and work at his trade of sign
Pev. Barber and wife expect to arrive
here from Michigan about June 15.
Their many friend are glad to have
them come back.
The A. 0. U. W. lodge, of Wilsonville, j nated about x weeks ago and it is
intend to hold a Fourth ol July celehra- ginning to tike the second time.
1 1 1 at that place. 1 hey have the luiii-b-r
an on the ground for their new hall,
which they intend to have nearly eom
P -'e by July 4. so as to give a grand
bill on the evening of that dsy.
Everybody should vote for William
J'.i.,tst for county commissioner regard-li-.-s
of political atliliatioun, as he is
Cora Jaggsr went to Eldorado Sunday
on her w heel.
There was no Su.iday school nor
Mrs. Paine and Mrs. Jones, of Eldo
rado, were visiting friends in our burg
Mr. and .Mrs. Win, Hornscuh and
daughter, Aletlia, were in Uregou City
Quite a number of the young gentle
men were plaving baseball on the
baseball grounds Sundav afternoon.
Mr. an l Mrs. Wm. tt riseuthwaite and
Mr. and Mrs Henry Hughes, of Beaver
Creek, were the guests of Mr. and .Mrs.
C. E. Spence Sunday.
Mr. an 1 Mrs, J. (Oliver went to Mol
alia Sundav to luve Dr. I.esvitt examine
thirson Chtrles' arm. He was vscci-
Mis Alma Ursham, who resides near
Troutdale., ia visiting friends at Aims.
Herman Fritch grew tire I of the tim
heron this iiioiimain and starteil for
Eastern Oregon Thursday last
Setting hens ar caring for their voung
chicks; it teems to be the order of thing
with some of our women folks at present.
F, S. White and son Earl went to the
Columbia River, Tuesday, where they
will remain and 4lsh for salmon during
the open season.
Mrs. J. A. Hickman, while attempting
to settle swarming bees, was severely
stung about the face and head, leaving
The lower portion of the Walker Creek
11 11 mo is being repaired preparatory lo
emptying its contents into the S.,mlv
River, in place of being t-ken out nod
stacked midway. A force of men will
soon le at work driving railroad ties hiiiI
four-foot wood down the River to Trout
" I have kept Ayfr'i Cherry Trc
toral in my house for a Rreat many
yer$. It Is the best nitdicint In
the world for courIis and colds.
J. C. Tilliains, Attics, N.T.
Mr. ami Mrs A. It. Frost have gone to 1
seaside lor a prolonged outing.
Mis Shaver, of Motallu. visiting Mrs.
Kverhart and Mrs. Johnson on .Mnnd.iv.
Rev. Mr. Sinalley is standing a few
days with his son, William Smalley and
Mr. Moran presented hi daughter,
Miss Maud Moian with an excellent
M-s. Polun, of the West Hide, w ith her
children, vi-ited her mother M'S. Al
bright, Sr. Sunday.
All serious lung
troubles begin with a
tickling in the throat.
You can stop this at first
in a single nijiht with
Aycr's Cherry Pectoral.
Use it also for bronchitis,
consumption, hard colds,
and forcoughs of all Kinds.
Tirrt I'm ! !... Sfc.. Jl. All rUit.
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6lolin Wrst t;i.llone lor .mr .."! '". Till,,
(.all and buy our, two or three lot., build a hnii.e .a, (1, "
(),,e lot and two homa-s ill Wt lirgon Illy. t..Hllo. atiu.
I 11S sect of laud 011 Molalla ptairlc. 17" cultivation. The very lf
' Corner lot on yth rl Van Hiirni .tnets, OtrKon Cit .
! ) C.ood house and lot In the loan of holton. .Scvru fiu.l trrr(,,u,
nd pump, good location. Irrnura.y. 1.
,(..,. ,0 ace. olnood . Icr land one mile fr..m Clack.,,,,. ,
j.rovr.l county road, Irti inilr. limn I ortland. lour mile. homo,,! ;
House and lot In Canrn.ah. New lhm.e ,404 lert, kit, lrn .
Spiing Water. l,ot Jnx un. lert. "
' One of the best .to. k i,neh.- ill CUcVsum. county, coiul.tl, f
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Iriicrd, two eixei , ... ,,-,r,
bulancc good pasluie and easily Clcaird. 4 Itnlrs from slyl,)
Terms rraMiiiable, '
l.oaii you inoncv on lir.t uiortagr srmrity and loan your inoiiry!,,
0. B. DIMICK,
"""y t L.
( their friends in anticipstion ol INho
V111. Holt bus the contract for deliver
nj the poles for Ihe telepl'One lines
from U-eiio lo connect with the hue
CLACKAMAS COUNTY'S NEXT SHERIFF.
jk Wr carry the largest tick C
ij cts, Coltiussud l.lningn in C
A large uuinlwr of people from Carus
ere at 1 tie pie and lev cream social given
at the Heaver C'eek hall Siturdav night.
A large crowd was present, good orler!
maintained und a tine program. The j
11 unit vera on the program deserving
special ineiilion are a recitation hy Mrs.
A la M'Jt hnke. inntrumental music by
honest, couscieiitioiia and upright and I Mi8 Hayward, of Oregon City, and
would make a tirot ca-s cotiiUiisatouer. , mg by the Hutchison Glee Club. The
He w. 11 poll heavy vote. Dies alone, not counting the ice creaai,
ti, .,...oi o.l ka.ur ..w.;.i "otl't pot", candy, peanu!s, etc. Lame to
1 tic nir7i niii' uui 11 t eu'i i-"v 1 a 1 . 111
given bv Snnshine Iodge Xo. 98, Degree
of Honor, was a grand success. Tner
w.is a large attendance. Howard I'.row
iiell. of Oregon City, give a very inter
es:iiv address on Fraternal Love as em
bodied in the pricipls of the A. 0. U.
Hi-.d I), of H. There were several
ell rendered celections on trie organ hy
Miss Mabel Seely; recitations by Miss
Mrytal and Hilda 'fooz-j comic song by
a qn.irter, composed ot Cliester and Hert
Tooze, Fd.(;oinsto'k and Albert Caniehl.
C T. Tuoze was tnas'er of ceremonies
unl William Brotst auctioned olf the
hkets A social dance whs indulged
in alter the basket social. The proceeds
nearly iiine dollars.
' J. J. Davis and F. C. Davh have the
contract of tacking for the upper hatch
ery. C. M. Baldwin, of Washington. D. C.
was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Locker by last
J. C. Zinser, county superintendent of
schools, visited Lot'kerby last w;ek and
was entei tamed by Mr. and Mrs. Lock
erby. Mr. H'irstand Mr Meldrum passed
through Lockerhv last week on their
way np the Clackamas to survey land
supposed to be for the Portland General
There his been quite an improvement
in Locker by this spring. Mr. Honehone
has buil' a mile and a half of new fence.
He has in ide an addition to Lockerhv by
laying our some town lots. Jncob Burger
lias pure, ased lots of Mr. Huneboue and
is erectiiiga hoe residence.
Miss V. Jones, went to Canby Wednesday.
Mir-s E lith Jackson went to Portland
Curtis Helvev called on friends here
last Wednesday afternoon.
Frank Schoenborn and Fred Spangler
went to Oregon City Sunday.
Dr. and Mr.. K. (Joii -her are expect
ing relatives tin week from the east.
Mrs. H. A. Frazier, of Gervais, is
visiting her mother, Mrs. A. L. Jones.
Mrs. Chas. Spangler and Miss Edith
Jackson called on Mrs. J. Moshberge
Mrs. J. Moshberger went to Macks
burg last Saturday to visit her mother
John Lamb, who lias been visiting
relatives here, left last Tuesday fr the
Mips Lillian Gans and Miss Veva
Jones were the guests of Mrs. 0. Striker
last Wednesday evening.
Mrs. C. Sclmebel and children. B
Bullard, S. Paine, A. L. and W. H
Jones went to Oregon City last Tburs
The Union Sunday school of this place,
superintended at.d aided by a number of
young people of the Oregon City Presby
terian church, wi'.li Miss C. Reynolds as
secretary, is having a good attendance.
D C. Latourette has had considerable
clearing done the past winter. The
result is a large field in fine cultivation
and the clearing still goes on.
Mr. Mlllsap, with his family, lately
from Iowa, has bought a home in this
vicinity and is well pleased with his
purchase and is loading improvements
We have had a number of new families
Persons have been known to
gain a pound a day by taking
an ounce of SCOTT'S EMUL
SION. It is strange, but it often
Somehow the ounce produces
the pound; it seems to start the
digestive machinery going prop
erly, so that the patient is able
to digest and absorb his ordinary
food, which he could not do be
fore, and that is the way the gain
A certain amount of flesh is
necessary for health; if you have
not got it you can get it by
ccirs f msision
You will find it just u meful in summer
is in winter, and if you are thriving upon
it don't stop became the weather is warm.
Vic and $1.00. s!l druggists.
SCOTT & BOWNE, ChtmaU, New York,
Wild strawberries are ripe.
The cherry crop looks slim.
Spud planting is general now.
The new mill has its roof on and the
engine in place for business.
School in District No. 41 closes Friday,
May Si. Vacation then until September.
Good weather for bees ; they are busy
swarming ttiese warm days, lliermom
eter at 90 degrees.
Itoad Boss Aden has been doing some
splendid work on the roads with the
grader and six heavy horbes.
The pulpit of the Baptist Church will
bs tilled next Sunday by a minister who
just moved here from Eugene.
Henry Schatz has an onion yard and
bis neighbors are reckoning on getting
ttieir supply Irom him next tall.
An epidemic resembling mumps and
looriilitis is going the rounds . It lays its
victims on the shell for about three days.
Eorn to the wife of C. F. Polifka, a
daughter, May 25. Mother and daugh
ter are doing well and papa will vote the
The Republicans held forth here Mav
21, and enlightened us on political af
fair. Attorney Dimick was the principal
speaker of the evening.
The Citizens' candidates will storm the
place May 30. We presume they will
decorate the campaign so highly that all
we g. o. p. people w ill tumble over our
selves trying to reform.
E. W. Downing has clmnged his resi
dence from Milwaukie to Oak Grove,
Mrs. J. W. Gibson, of Milwaukie, has
taken a trip to Hood Iiiver for his health.
Dr. Newman is erecting a $1,300 bouse
on property recently purchased in the
W. L. Worth, formerly of Albina, has
opened a grocery store ib the Durst prop
erty recently vacated by Arthur Dowling.
The Milwankie Saturday Night Club
gave ball at the W. O. W. Hal! last
Saturday evening which was well at
tended. Loretta's orcbestaa, composed
of local talent, provided music.
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We are the only undertaker in
Clackamas county owning
hrarie wild ill hirni-.ll It lor lr
than can he lul rlw-whrre.
Wc are under miiall c'nr ami
do not aik large irifit
CaIN jiioiuptly attended night r
I'hunx 471 i"l '"''.
R. L HOLMAN
Two Doors ScDtfe ifCjirlH:
JOHN R. SHAVER.
John R. Shaver, Republican candidate for ShcrilJ', is a native Hon
of Oregon. He was born on a farm near Hilvcrton, Marion County, and
hia father was a pioneer of ltiol. In early manhood he conducted a
livery stable in Portland and before consolidation lie whs hsmchsot of
East Portland for two yearn. Ilia father and brothers are owners of tin
Portland Transportation Company. Many years ago Mr. Shaver went
to Molalla and purehaHd a largo farm. He is now one of the most
prominent fanners of Claekaman County and is a h ading stock raiser
and stock buyer. On hia ranch he hac over 2' head of full-blooded
Herfords. In hi precinct he ban been School Director for three t-rmn
and Constable for two terms. Two yearn ago he ran for Road Stmer-
visor and received the largest Repubiican vote ever polled in Molalla
precinct. Mr. Shaver ia a graduate of Portland Ruaineaa College.
Mr. Shaver in the only competent man up for the oflice of Slierilf.
lie is successful in hia busmen, aomething that hia opponent ia not.
We predict hia election. He ia a clean man. There are no ("trim's on
him. He ia not mixed up in any political combinations. He ia worthy
ot tne vote of every man in Clackatnaa County. On the second day of
June go to the polls ami mark an X opposite the name of John R.
Shaver for Sheriff.
go in their home where h noglil re 1
ceiu, the moil tender care.
We have pleiilv nl pnlitictl sp-nkiinfi
tuallelnl. the l iiumia' fui'mUy
i sheru miii. 1.1 id t Icrg" croail tt out
to hear Ihein.
William Wallace, of Clara, gave our
town a pleasant call Tuesday.
Herb Johtisoii and wife and Mi'
Smith in. el 1, a llying trip to Oregon t ity
Mini N irwh Flh h is g me lo Molillof
to work for M inoii White
lUlph .iininerinan pass..,! tbrongh
You Could Loci
lltlnllt fututraht vfllvnt
i) wit. 11 yuut tKii. if wti
will tiliig V"i, y.Hi 4ii,I wti ft,
tJiitcuJMl naiufalljr wuuUbtU
I 4 4 Cninlr! to cm Oi
I .11 It- ""MS" ". Iln.ia: ;,
M Al)llll, l:. III U,
Trotit.lrt. Ctirrslnughiaii,! tvljiui
n rrttU. Write i. h C WituAU
Moy, N. Y., Inr lire 1 1.. I U4ll.
Itrfs Clever Root Tea sarilln th hi
l-Mward Mitts and sis'er Janle. Uoy
Cochran and A ton Jesi alien do I the
hasket sis'ial at Mai kslnirg Saturday
l'l Hip Miller went on the excursion lo
Tim Italics Sunday.
Mrs. Kui.tr visiti-d at II. F Smith's
Clari-uce Miller has left logo with the
surveyors lo Southern Oregon.
Unit r r I ri-t-i
Sheep shearing is Ihe main thing go
ing on hern.
There was a Urge crowd at tint ice
cream and hanki t ma lal last Saturday
Very interesting speeehes wss given
by the liepublii una last Monday nUdd
having the largest crowd of all politi
Fro I M-indl addressi'd the neoiile of
this 101 unity one night UiIh week,
having a large crowd,
F.dW'trd llurnsi hin h piiHsed tbrougli
here Sunday and visited hia brother
Henry, ol Carus.
lieorge I) ivis is sawing wood fur the
Th'imsa woo I eiunp with hin new engine.
Mr. Williams, of Heaver Creek, v. ill
soon leave for ilin east.
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NEW GOODS ARRIVING
Many peopltt are improving this lieau-
tiful weather by clearing on" their lots in
the cemetery and decorating the gravea
DO YOU GET UP
WITH A LAME BACK?
John and Thomas Johannesen are on
the sick list,
The Aims School ia making prepara
tion! for Memorial Day.
Mrs. J. Wood ia visiting relatives at
Troutdale and Greaham.
Kidney Trouble Makes Tou Miserable.
Almost evervbodv who reads the neis.
papers is sure to know of the wonderful
cures made by Dr.
the great kidney, liver
I and Dladder remedy.
It ls.Uie great medi
cal triumph ofthenlne-
1 t teenin century; dis
covered after years of
'I scientific research hit
Xj Dr. Kilmer, the eml-
nent kidney and blad
der specialist, and la
wonderfully succesjful In promptly curing
lame back, kidney, bladder, uric acid trou
bles and Brlght's Disease, which Is the worst
form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer s bwamp.Root Is not rec
ommended for everything but If you have kid
ney, liver or bladder trouble It will be found
Just the remedy you need. It has been tested
In so many ways, In hospital work, In private
practice, among the helpless too poor to tur-
chase relief and has proved so successful In
every case that a special arrangement has
been made by which all readers of this paper
who have not already tried It, may have a
sample bottle sent free by mail, also a book
telling more about Swamp-Root and how to
find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble.
When writing mention reading this generous
oner in this paper and
send your address to
that runs from Oregon City, via Mount
Pleasant, to Molalla and Soda Springs.
The c6ntact calls for fifteen hundred
Mrs. f!eatin ami .VfV. Scloiebel visited
Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Heat tin, ol Kusl
The Republican rally at Maplo I.ane
school house whs a large and exnaiieive
meeting, the house lieing filled to over
flowing. The candidates were out in
full force, and were listened to with
marked attention, while they gave a
reason for the faith that was in thorn.
J. M. Gillett met with an unfortunate
accident while working at the water
works, being unintentionally la 1 1 on the
right temple with an eight pound sledge
in the hands of an awkward striker as he
was holding the chisel trimming casting.
i,ater lie was HlrMk in each eye by
particles of steel which had to be re
moved by a surgeon. He is still unable
to work because of the injury to his eyes.
I'rof. II T. (inlii'h, phreiiologint,
g ive a series of leetures at the school
house. His lectures were well attended
by an enthiixinstie crowd. Tim old
bachelors oi this vicinity are unusually
jubilant since Ihe phrenologist lias put
them on the right road to matrimony.
At this writing w are having some
very warm weather Thn Ihertr101net.tr
recorded !Ni degrees in the shado.
Wm are veiy sorry to reort that Miss
Lena VanCuren is worse. She intends
taking a trip to Kastnrn Oregon for her
Straight l-'ront Corartt.... 49ft;
Colored Merciacd I'nJcr-
Ladles' Summer I'ndrrvriU yi;
" lilack Host j"!
" and Children's while
hrmatilchrd 11 'dk'ilntfi lfy
Ladies' white Aprons ... tyi
" Ready Made Drew
S.itiu RitilHin, No.J,a!lrolor4tri
Tailor Made Suits ('"'
y C.irdlc Corsets W
j Tort hon I.at e 6 yik f
iilciicrnnrt I.acrt for
Niuisook Kinbroiilery.... V-'
Hone anil aluminum Hair
Tins .... y4"
I'earl Shirt tluttoin, all sUcs $c A
UT. rUlmer Bt Co..B ne- frrt-IH L.rl.f
hamton, N. Y. The 1133
regular fifty cent and Homaof gwunp-Root,
ouioi sues are soid by all good druggists.
Mrs. Nelson is very poorly again.
Hans Paulsen dined at Mr. Kilz
Robert DeShazer is still on the sick
list, but is getting along nicely.
Joseph De8ha,er and family enjoyed a
very happy Sunday with some young
folks that were visiting them.
Mrs. Bowman, aged 72, died fn the city
of Portland, May 22, I'm. With her
husband and son she moved from East
ern Oregon to Dover, where she has been
living for four years. Devoted in her
home, and faithful to the church, she
was a devoted wife, loving mother, and
ever the same gsnlle, hopeful kind
neignnor. Mrs. JSowman had been
Don't Wlnrt lVroii.
Don't start the summer with a linger
ing cough or eld. Wo all know what a
"summer cold" is. It's the harden! kind
to cure. ( iften it "hangs 0,1" throng, tin,
entire season. Take it in hand right
now. A few doses of One Minute Cough
f'nru mill u..f . . .
vu, nl" on rigui. rure cure lur
cougha, colds, croup, grip, bronchitis, all
throat and lung troubles. Absolutely
safe. AcU at once. Children like it,
"One Minute Cough Cure is the best
cough medicine I ever used," says J. II.
Bowles, 'Jrovet.wn, N. II. "I never
found anything else that acted so safely
and quickly." Geo. Harding.
NliaUe Into losrNlinrs
Allen's Foot-Kane, a powder. It cures
painful, smarting, nervous feet and In
growing nails, and instantly takes t!.e
sting out of corns and bunions. It's the
greatest comfort discovery of the age.
Allen's Foot Kase makes tight or new
shoes feel easy. It is a certain cure for
sweating, callous and hot, tired, aching
feet. Try it today. Bold by all drug
gists and shoe stores. Hy mail for 25c
in stamps. Trial package FUKK. Ad-j
dress, Allen 8. Olmsted, Le Uoy, N. Y
HOB, the J Perchcron,
miike tlio HciiHon of 1W- '
Oak Urovo rtwk farm
Fix dollftrs to insure f!
Money duo wlien mre
known to Imj in foal or part
J. W. DOWTY
The Stallion Snoffdcti
will make the fteiiRon
home at Beaver Creek
Mondays and Saturdays , -the
Oregon City Feed
Full I.lna of
LADIES' and CHILDREN'S SHOES
teetiie in healtli for several months, and ' r. --- -
oy earnest solicitation of lier daughter
anu ner nusband she was
nioai iiKrcams in .nrs
conltSd Z 3 A S HUNT, Willamette Falls.