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Miss Mina Roddy ia visiting friends in
Mist llanna Mihletin' is spending
pirt of her vacation with Portland
Mr. Robert O'Brien and Mrs. George
Rotters were shopping in Portland Sat
urday. Mrs. Ida Fuller and two daughters
visited the rose show at Portland Friday.
Sir. and Mrs Koplin started for their
borne in Kansas, after a pleasant visit of
a year with relatives here.
The little son of Mr. and Mrs. Maple-
thorp had his leg badly injured while
playing on some lumber, by having a
heavy stick fall across ft.
Miss Jennie Ream is spending her va
cation with friends at Salem.
John Hickman and childien were
Portland visitors Monday,
v Mrs Sadie Whit, of Portland, visited
ver Sundav with K. J. McKittrick and
familv, tre'ttinir acquainted wull her
bright little neice.
Miss Tolstinage and Miss Mary Tol
stinage accompanied their mother to
Portland Sunday to attend the wedding
of one of their friends.
F.ed Hunt, of Portland, and J. R.
Hunt, of this place, made a trip to il
The Misses Baker, of Bakers Landing,
vi-ited last week at the home of Mr. and
Rev. P. K. Hammond was a caller at
the home of Kev. Grimm last Saturday.
Haying has begun in tbia locality.
Several of the Coltonites attended the
picnic and dance at Elwood, June 20,
and report a food time.
Mrs. Oliver, lately of Idaho, was visit
intt the Uorbett home last Sunday.
Grandpa Pleuard'Bbealtti is very poor.
John Putr has begun work on his Dew
house. Pete Schiewe is head carpenter.
Mrs. Mary Edgecorxb, Mrs. Arcetl
Lafertv and Mrs. Martha Baker and
their tamilies were visiting their father,
A. Pteuard and their sister, Mrs. Frank
Countryman, last Sunday.
Miss Edith Bockner and Chester
Trouttwere the guests of the Misses
Christina and Claia Carlson June 22.
Mr. and Mrs Frank Arquette and son,
Willa'd, have been visiting Mrs. Ar
quette'a mother at Hubbard.
J. Kramer, of Needy, waB a caller at
our burg last Monday.
Gertie CarL-on has returned home
after a two month's visit with her sisters,
Mrs. Leitheiser, Mrs. Hagland and Miss
Minnie CarlBon, in Portland.
Oscar May and family were over from
Beaver Creek last ween visiting with
Rev. J. W, Exon. While here Mr. May
bought three tine young sows of C. U.
Stoce and traded cows with J. W Exon.
Viola Grange will hold a campraeeting,
the time not yet definitely fixed, which
will be announced later, but expects to
begin about August 1. The Beck family
of colored sinking evangelixts are en
gaged for this meeting. No gate fee.
Good camping ground and water.
Everybody invited to come.
At the regular school election L.
TenB.v, Sr., was elected director and C.
G. Stone, clerk.
The ice cream sociable given by the
Epworth League last Friday night was
well attended. All had an enjoyable
time, and the financial result was quite
Christina Hamilton, who has been
away for sometime, has returned home
for the summer.
Walker Brothers have decided 10 put
in a water power sawmill on their
father's place. E:mer Walker is moving
here from Portland, and the construction
of the mill wilt bJtn about July 1.
C. G. Slone feelB quite sure that he
has now found his loot mare that went
away on election day, one having been
advertised thai answers the full descrip
tion. James Sevier and Geo. Hickinhothern
both got bruised up considerably in the
sawmill last week.
W. H. ',liA and family and Mr.
Prayton have ail had an attack of the
iriumps hut are recovering and will soon
be convalescent. '
Mr. Duffy, the mail carrier between
Oregon City and Molalla, whose time is
out June 'M, has sent in proposals to
take the position for four years more.
Mr. Hall's teams are again delivering
a lot ot telegraph poles along the new
line from Portland to Soda Springs.
F. A. Ely returned f'oni his California
trip Wednt s Uy of last week. He is not
much in love with the golden stale but
thinkB Oregon ie good enough for him.
Gilbert BeaUie attended the alumni
F LESS 2,
In summer can bo prevented
ty takir d
Its as beneficial In summer as
Inwincer. If you are weak or
run down, it will build you up.
r.' f-r frw sample.
SCOT I Bt buWNE, Lh-miH,
4D-4!; i-cHil MrtK, Srw Vork.
yc. and ii oo; all dnipsfi'U.
Sffr---"1 "r if 0 dim ii "m riiji
"My hair was falling out and
turning gray very fast. But your
Hair or stopped the falling and
restored the natural color." Mrs.
E. Z. Benomme, Cotioei, N. Y.
It's impossible for you
not to look, old, with the
color of seventy years in
your hair ! Perhaps you
are seventy, and you like
your gray hair! If not,
use Ayer's Hair Vigor.
In less than a month your
gray hair will have all the
dark, rich color of youth.
St 09 Milt. All frantx-
It Tour drncirist cannot mpply Too,
Mint 'in o-io il.'lur and will exira
yon huttl. K r and kit th name
ul jour mvirwt exert1 ofltx. Addrvaa,
J. l A K CO., Lowtll, Hut.
banquet and commem-ement exercises
at the state university last wees, aiso
the siate teachers association, which was
held in Eugene this week.
Saturday will again be meeting day for
Maple Lane Grange.
Frank Billiard has added milch to the
beauty of his place by giving his house
a fresh coat of paint.
Lawrence Mack will spend his vaca
tion working at home and attain attend
the agricultural college the next school
Mr. Martin and family are occupying
the Haas place.
We were visited by a refreshing rain
Monday for which everybody seemed to
be very thankful.
Miss McMillan and her mother and
Mrs. McLaren met with a serious acci
dent when returning from Soda Springs.
Before they arrived at Molalla the horses
shied at a dog and so nearly overturned
the vehicle that the ladies were thrown
out and all more or less injured. Misa
McMillan and her mother, though suffer
ing from sundry cuts and bruin, were
able to reeurae the trip home, but Mrs.
McLaren was obliged to remaiu at Mo
lalla for treatment.
Several hundred cord of wood and I
many thousand of rail road tie have I
gone down the Walker Creek Hume, I
duiing the pant lour weeks. A force, of
men is driving on the Sandy river, while
others are taking ties and wood out of
the river at Troutdale.
Not enough rain, to ak of ha1
lalien for the past eighteen day yet the
ground is moist, and all manner of vege- i
tatlou Is growing uicely. . I
Charles May of Malhmr City, is visit-!
tng friends and relatives lu Cards and
vicinity. ' i
Fred Lindsley is having his new barn !
Minted. A nice little larm, a nice little '
Fred, a nice little barn all painted red. ,
Fred Stevens passed through hero
with some sheep Friday.
Mr. Oliver's house caught fire Frday
morning, hut the flame were soon dis
covered and extinguished before much
damage had been done.
Hoy Baker i very ill with typhoid
fever." Ilia recovery i douh'.ful.
Miss Emma Jones, ot Portland, Is vis
iting friend and relatives In Carux.
Mrs. William Evans and two children,
of St. John's are visiting Mrs. Evans'
mother, Mr. II. Jones.
Mrs. H. Hornshuh bought three loads
of new furniture last week.
Mrs. A. Newkirchner, of Millino, ac
companied by two cl ildien, was the
guest of her paieuta, Mr. and Mrs
Quite a crowd of young people went to
Oregon City Sunday evening for a buggy
Athi-na. Tnn'. Ja.. Wt
Kroralnrwthrrlna amwaraM l nv
tiiennea thrv woto Irregular 1
ulirrwt wiih rvu( iiu hi my I'M,
hack, tomaeh and l, Uh """
Iwarlng doon pallia In tl Mim.
Dunn the u.l nninllt I ' '""V,"
lakiK Win of I'ardul and I lii-ltonl
HI.'k-lrui(M,aiil I !'!.! lh month
ly i.orlod wllUout pain tortha flr"l ln
li,yMkrfc NiHNU UiVII.
All of the wood camps of Beaver Creek
are now running.
Mr. Blubm's barn is rapidly being con
structed. Mrs. D. W. Thomas was visiting some
sick people at Carus this week.
Mrs. K. Davis, of Beaver Creek, has
sold out and intends to leave for the F.ast
Mrs. Perry's brother and family arrived
here from Seattle this week.
Maud Dowals and Willie Wilson are
up on a trip from Portland.
We are rejoiced to see the rain.
Oswel Behymer was visiting friends in
this burg last week.
B. F. Linn has a donkey engine and
expect to do ruhhing business in the
future. He is building a dam for drop
ping logs in from a shute.
Lillie Macuhins is working for her
grandmother, Mrs. A. Sprague.
C. A. Sprague ia building a fine wood
Ora Wilcox has been visiting her bib
ler, Mrs. F. Mirdock, of Macksburg.
Miss Hellen Murray cloned a vnry suc
cessful school at district No. 21, June 13.
We had a very successful basket social
and took in $16.65 Fritz 1'errio was
I, Mosher and D. H. Mosher left Jane
16 for the Silelz reservation.
F. Wilcox has a new harness.
Kev. Exon gave a very entertaining
sermon June 22 in the Redland M. E.
Ernest Howell has been visiting
friends in this burg.
Mr. Speece's son and daughter, with
their families, and his nephew from Chi
cago, were visiting with Mr. Speece's
family last week.
P.ert Hart is expected home from
Mrs. S. 8. Mosher was the owner of a
duck with four leps and two tails, but
the poor thing died.
There wis a very enthusiastic crowd
gathered at Wiltvrn'a hall last Saturday
uiiilit to hear the siieakers, Mr. Cady,
Hon. George C. Itrownell, the officers
of the Portland City and Oregon Had
way Co.. ami othes in regard to build
ing an electric line from 1'urtlard to the
propo-ed (ower plant on the t'lac kainaa
Kiver, ahoiit four miles from Currins
vilie. Nearly every one on the line
gave the right of way, so we expect to he
able to ride out of this country by rail
in the near future. The iiroposed rail
way would be a great thing for thin part
of Clackamas county as it will open up a
great many kinds of indutrie that are
needed to help build up the country.
Ed Burnett has had a large crew of
roadworkers on the road for the past
to weeks and they have done some
very good work.
Mrs. Wm. Markwood had the misfor
tune to fall and hurt one ol her feet one
dav last week, so she has to use crutches
to get around.
A. J. Douglass is building a new flume
to secure more water to run his sawmill.
He has so much sawing that he has to
secure more water to run his mill.
The Grangers of Eagle Creek are mak
ing arrangements to build a grange hall
in the near future. They are taking in
more members every meeting.
Crops are looking well, except the bay
crop, which will be a little light.
What Ii III worth I a woman softer
tng Ilk Ntnnl Davit sufferedT Yet
lhr ar women In thouiands ol hornet
to-day who ar bearing Ihot lerrlbl
menitrual paint In tllenc. If you art
on of (he w want lo tay thai this
will bring you permanent relief. Con
sole yourself with the knowledge thai
1,000,000 women have been completely
cured by Wins of Cardul. These wom
an tufforad Irom leuccrrhona, Irregular
menses, headache, buk.'.cho, and
bearing down paint. Wine of Cardul
will Slop ill t'icrt schrs and puins
for you. Purchase i $1.00 botl n of
Win ol Cardui lo-iiay and Uke it in
th privacy of yur homo.
fof atl lll.r.ituf-', n'VI'- ulrti;-
Tli CluMLtio'h Moat'-l" I" . I li"l'it.'tfft, U
We had a nice lit'le rain on Monday,
which was very badly needed in tiiis
Mr, and Mrs. F. Irish were in Oregon
City one day last week.
Mrs. Minnie Fanton has returned to
i Mr. and Mrs. O Striker were visiting
the former's mother, Mrs. Peringer, Sun
day. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Jones went to
Union Mills Sunday.
The dance at J. Moshberger's Satur
day night was a grand success.
W. II. Jones and son were in Oregon
Refreshing showers; vegetation has
taken on a vigorous appearance ; clover
takes a back seat. Laxt Friday was the
hottest day of the season, !(-' in the
It will be "hello" Wilhoit this week,
as the linemen are on the last half of the
William R. Bagby, deceased, wits an
enthnniastic Patron of Huihandry, being
a charter member of three liillerenl
granges. At his death he carried hut li
fire and life insurance in the order.
W. O. Vaughn's horses are all ti k
with some kind of contagious fever, one
Thousands Hare Kidney Trouble
and Don't Know it.
Frank and Gus Cole, of Portland,
spent a few days with relatives here.
Tm Tcnit MrKwpn. fnee OwpnH'j of
Toledo, Wash., is visiting relatives at
J. A. Hickman went to Portland on
Mr. and Mrs. K. S. Bramhall.of Aims,
and their daughter, Mrs. Jane Wood, of
Karifas, took in the Soldiers reunion at
Mrs. Dr. Thomas, of Heaver Creek,
has just returned home from an extended j
viMt with relatives at Aims. Her son
David is now here enjoying the moun-1
Mins Lida Hramhall, of Terry, visited
relatives here last week.
Mr. J. A. Hickman, Mrs. Newt Jones,
and Mrs. E. S. Hramhall, spent a very ,
pleanant day with Mrs. W. D. and Mrs.
Dr. Thomas, at the home of the former i
last week. !
Mrs. L. C. Lowe, and daughters, Miss j
Maggie and Mis Golda, and son,
j Koosvelt, went to Portland Monday.
William Miller, son of J. W. Miller, of
i this place arrived here from the East
I Tuesday, bringing' five bead of work
horses with him. His family and others
will follow him.
Several families have moved into these
1 parts during the past three months, the
. latest are two families from Wisconsin,
I k 1 l 1 I !C f I I J-
How To Find Out.
Fill a bottle or common glass with your
water and let it stand twenty-four hour:; a
m BGUiiijciu ur
Vllll lIUIVAll All
,--7j unhealthy condi
Hon of the kid-
i y neys; If It siafns
your linen It Is
evidence cf k!d-
frequent desire to
pass It or pain in
the back I-, a!:,o
convincing proof that the kidneys and blad
der are out of order, i
What to Bo.
There 13 comfort In the knowledge so
cf'.en expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Svamp
Root, the great kidney remedy fulfills e'ry
wish In curing rheumatism, pain In the
back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every pert
cf the urinary passage. It corrects Inability
to hold vater and scalding pain In passing
It, or bad effects following use of liquor,
wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant
necessity of being compelled to go often
during the day, and to get up many times
during the night. The mild and the extra
ordinary effect of Swamp-Root 13 soon
realized. It stands the highest for It3 won
derful cures of the most distressing cases.
If you need a medicine you should have the
best. Sold by druggists InSOc.andJl. sizes.
You may have a sample bottle cf this
and a book that tells
more about It, both sent
absolutely free by rr.all,
address Dr. Kilmer &
Co., Binghamton, N. Y. When writing men
tion reading this generous offer In this paper
ii 1.1 t.. .ti..,.. I .. il,,.!
l no reri-ni iuh- i -
seen at Molalla about 10:45 by the Arti
sans, who watched the light from their
hall windows while their mldnikiht sil
..u. u,..,l At I iVliM-k Mr. KoIh
bins 'phoned to Portland and learned the
location of the fire,
Asa Jones, brother of Ira Jones, I vis
iting this week at U. R. Thomas'. Next
week he expeci to lie at hi old home in
Minnesota. Mr. June ia an old soldier
and has crossed the plains six times.
C. W. Dait has gone lo Sellwood to
liegin on hi residence, where he expects
to move this coming Fall.
Molalla has its school building re
painted, which adds much to ita appearance.
Lumlier is being hauled for the grange
hall, which will be erected in the near
OKECJOI UTY TAKES A0THEK.
WIiih Last Sumlaj's finnic From l'p-
church Ily n Scire of H to (J.
Oregon City again beat I'pchurch on
the professional grounds in Portland last
Sunday afternoon. The score was 8 to U
and the game at times was very exciting.
Graham pitched hi usual game and va
in fine form and the Cpi hurch pitcher
was tiatted all over the Held.
Alt. R, H. I'O. A. E.
Davis, ,1b 5 0 0 0 0 1
Ue, I. f 5 2 :i 0 0 0
Young, lb 6 I) I) II 0 0
Parrott, 2b 4 2 3 3 4 0
Martin, c 5 1 2 0 0 1
Reckner.s.s 5 0 2 2 1
McCutcheon, r. f. . 5 2 1 1 0 1
Rapp, c. f 4 1 2 0 0 0
Graham, p 4 0 112 0
Totals 42 8 14 27 12 4
l l'( III Ki ll.
Allen, s. s
A Parrott, lb...
R Parrott. I. f..
McDermott, lib. .
Anderson, c f. .
Stevens, r. f
1 1 14
0 2 4
0 1 1
0 0 0
1 1 1
0 0 0 2
Totals 37 0 8
Baldwin, p 4 0 0
BCOHK II V ISSIN1JS.
1 2 3 4 5 0 7 8 !l-
Oregon City 0 02 3 1 00208
Upchurch 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 10
Struck out Hy Graham, 5; by Bald
Bases on balls Oil" Graham, 2.
Double play Reckner to Parrott to
Sacrifice hit lleri.
Three-base hits A. Parrott, Rapp,
Two-base hits Allen, R. Parrott.
V mpire Rankin.
Time of game I hour and 35 minutes.
Itnmswick House & Itesfannmt
NovVly Furnished Rooms.
Meals at All Hours- Prices Reasonable.
Opposito Suspension Bridge.
Only First Clu" K-st mi runt
In Tow 11.
MURROW'S BARRED ROCKS
Ar nt tlm tup. Hum' win nt two uf the litrst .m, j
Nortliwr.-t, 10I l'.nJ. iilsn Bt tin' ftiito fiiim. I...ok up th,:
rccr.l. S.'.tno lint' lrr.-lii.K f"kr'U fr-nu our ru wi,,,
strain ,-UH '"' A1ho f"w w,'it0 r,H'k m'kr"U EW
fJ(K) iht setting.
J. MURROW & SON,
Or ouon City, 0r
Mm out si
! ' at.t. GOODS: s
Ladies' and Rents' Furnishing Goods.
I unlv ilcciili'il t" cliisc nit it slmrt tiiim hk'- I onlerwl fprini
Sutiinicr gixls last Fall f"r l'."H mnl 1 '.)'., m'l tlu-v Imve jut m
fmni KiiHtcrn fm-tnrii'H. I invite nil tho imhii.1i) of Orecmi Citv
from KiiHtcrn fiictnrics. I invite nil tho -'
Clu.-kiiin: t'mintv to s.o our m w i."ols and ni-w hriccs.
w ill Is-surprise,! to see nil iirlicles umrkcil way iluwn. Thin will
you nn tMrt tinit y to buy fl.-iut k'hI" fln'. Com" farly ind
wlmt you want. Wlmt r.-nniiiis of tin' slin k I will move to Port!
I ratliVr sell Ih Iovv co-t, H" to hiivo trouMo of jmckini? goodj tl
Just one word about our hIum-h. Just from J. II. Ix-wia' factn
Hoftnii. Thcr are piing out uf lnisinrroi, ami sold 1110 an nruVrcl
ami you can -i the U-in'lU of tliin. Call for J. H. Uwis alita-s.
Tim fliiHinjr out Hale of wnno stn H is nuTfly a acln'ine to gf 1 1
olil bick, but tliia Hitle i Ixuia I'hIi.
I have ulremly tirclni'l a luililiii( in I'lirtlauil, so I aininit
to iimvo tliero ho hh to hiivo cxH nno of rent ami car 'urn.
I hi nut fail to cull.
rAi riri.it in n nixi
Main HI., bla llh anil aih
(uine H'lt'i Udelliy NVxt Siiinliiy.
Manager Tom P. Randall, of the Ore
gon City baHehall team, haH arrangrd a
Kanie between the Kidelity nine i Port
land and the Oifm City team, which
will be played at the Willamette. Park
grounds at ':0 o'clock next .Sunday afn r-noon.
It . hi hall T, am On a Tour.
County Reconler Turn P. Randall baa
been elected manager ol the Oregon City
bat-eball team to succeed Urant C. Ha
con, and haa Hrrang-d to have tho team
make a short lour of Kaatern Oregon and
Washington, leaving here July .'!. The
team will, ulay fuijr games at Pendleton,
July 4, 5, and 0; one game at Walla
Walla, July (; two games at Dayton,
July 12 arid l.'J and two games at Pome
roy, July 15 arid 10. Nine names are
scheduled in all ami this may he in
creaneil between now and Hit) time of the
departure of the team.
I'uluiiel Jack-on t'iiiiiilinii iit Mrnilirn
On Hi Ir Hue Appearand.
Company A. .Id Ren , X. O , was
innectfd laat Friday by Colonel Ja, k
Hon, ('. S. A. Hie men were In (ml
field rpiiMnent, wliich c nmi-ta of hlank
et hag, haveraack, tin cup ami 40 round
of ammunition -r man. Tie Company
put up sn rxcellent ilnll and wa com
plimented very Intflily hy the Colonel.
It wan the hiiigrxt turnout that the Com
pany haa mailt for feveral yeara ami the
nix nets of fours, aa tlu-y awiing into c jl
uinn and uuiched around Him biiilihng.
made it fluke in inch a manner thai
many of the tpectapira were (r uhleiied
lent it miglit fall The hiiilding ia milch
too mnail for ilrillinK when the t.'oinpaiiv
ia aa Inrgn aa it ia now and it ia In l.
hopel that Clackama County will comn
to (he Iron! Home of iln-mi d.iya ami kIhiw
ita appreciation of having one of I lie lent
rompariiea in the State hy building an
armory which will h large enoiiidi to
aceommoilute one or morn coniiaiilea of
Captain Kellv la entitled to no nmall
ani'iiinl of piaiMe, not only aa a dull Hun
ter and for the x-rfei t l oiitrol he hat
over the men, hut alo for Mi work in
hiiilding up the Company. Lena than
three 111011II1H ago the Company wan
harely I'd nu-n airoiiK, 110 one wnnld en
hut nor had a man hen enliHie.l (or the
three preceixling moiithn arid the men
were dropping out an noon hh I heir time
wan out. Aa ipiii k an t'apt. Kelly wan
plai e'l in coiiiinaml, a uhange waa no
tii eil, the men took new inlerent in the
company ami the drill, ami recruits he.
gau t inning in .
In leaa than three inoiilliN nearly .'K)
men have heen added to I llt Company,
bringing it up to maximum Ntrengtli, or
Oil oflii-ern and men. The way the cap
tain ban built up a lull company of well
drilled men out of a mem hamllul in the
laat few week, ia uupr ledctiled and
npeakn Htrongly of bin popularity ami in
fluence, over the men. It alnu nhowa
their wicdorn in electing their capiam
and there in no doiiht hut that Oregon
Clly will noon boant of thu beat ilrilled
company in the Stale.
Next Monday evening the regular
quarterly iriHpeclioti hy tho Company
Commander will lake place and the pub
lic ia cordially inv led to witneni flu,
HYou Could Lo
In which your coiiih. If wit.
will bflit w, 7 W t"lr "
cq.r and lltal Mlurally ixaikl t U
. . . - r.mtnnlrrct to mtt
I .lirfr umiaiim, Broach
Tmulilra. Curt-f OniKlmn'1 CoMilai
f rrnla. Vriia In H. C. V.ii t
lA "y. N. V., lur lrr (rial Uailc
Ksrl'iCloTrRsolT( psrlllM l I
Wiived 1'roni An ,IhI I'hIc.
"Kverybodv Hn ii I hud ( oriHiimpliou,"
writes Mrs A. M. Shiel.lm, of (Jhambern
burg, I'h.. "I wan ho low afi.-r hik omtiii.u
1 of hevere nicknftMH, caiine.l by Hay Kever
I ami Anthiua, that few thoiight I conl.l
j get well, but I learned ol the marvelona
merit of Dr. King's .Ni-w Discovery for
('onniimplioii, lined it, and was enn-
pletely cured." I'or de-perate Throat
i and Dung DiheaneH it in the Mafest cur
in tho world, ami is infallible for CmigliH,
j Colds and liroticblal Alb-ctiohK. (iuar-
anteen Doilies &;lc and .(K). Trjal hot
I Ilea free at (ieo. A. llarding.
Snriiw (ever ia another nam Ii
! louain s 1 1 is n.orii aerioaa lliw
; p..opl hink. A torpid hver 'ni
ivn howela mean a pninnnrd ),",,
. . , ... ,1 ...... llln
; lieKlltcleil, W-riOlin llirie -
ymptomi'. lieWill'a l.ittls Karl
1 .u .11 ,!,. ..r h ntllllUltl
j liver, oH-ning the boweU and
rue y-UMii ol impuriue-,
Never irloe. ""I liave Un'l V
Little Kail Risers lor torpid livri
apring for yeara," wrilea K. M. I
Moiindavllln. W. Va. "Iheyilom
goial than anything 1 have e'er
iieo. Harding. '
Oregon lllr .Warket H'P0''
(Corrected lo Friday.)
Wheal No. 1, liOc luiahel.
Floiir-I'iirlland, :140 I"'' "
per nk. Howard's Real, ItOc V
10 per l.bl.
Oa'a -innacka. whiUt. 1 15 to f:
I cental, gray, f 1 10 to V U
I Hay-old Timothy, bales, fill
J loone, 'l to ll IK) per toll, bl
'MX, :i Mixed hay,
I IT lUl ttf
.MillHtiillrt r.ran, n r
ahorta, f Is oil per ton; chop, fl
ton, barley, rolled, f-'O.OO ler I'
PolatocH-'.Mc lo II. I l"'r ."
Ibn. poliitoes, new, 1 I0'1
I Igga Oregon, 10c per down.
Uututr-Ranch, .'10 to 4.iC P
Onions, choice 1 to i'"' l"'
AnparagiiH, 0c per lb.
Rhubarb, 2c per lb.
Dried apples, 7c per lb. " .
Prtinei. (dried) petite."'' fer 1
Ian, large. 4c per lb. Iiie'hum
Paranips, P,euts and CV0t.
1 per aiu-k.
ir. en peal, "c per lb.
Currants 4 to 4'j0 per lb.
Raspberries oc per Mix.
(i'Hiheherriea, '.ie per lb.
Straw berries, 5 to tic per hux.
Cabbage (new). 40 to 4.'h: per
Hotiev, 11 lo V2.. per U; '"
I Irecni'd chickeiiH, 10 to 1-
DiveeliM-k and dreaaed meaj"
live,t;i.rm lofl.oo i-r i""1"lr.,;
livo ricta; hugs, dreH-ed,
eheep, to :tc; sheep,
veal, drcuHed, 7 Celllaj
;ic; lambs, dressed, fi.'iic.
I used DeWitt's Witch Hazel fialve for
piles and found it a certain cure, says S.
1, if. 1. ll--.il. r. 1
t. iiiuieoiiii, i mow urove, nei. irper- 1 f,
ations HnnecesHary to cure piles. I'fiey 1 r!
always yield to DeWitt's Witch lla.el
Salve. Cures skin diseases, all kinds of
Full Mux of
wounds. Accept no counterfeits.
The Enterprise $1.00 per year.
LADIES' asfl CHILDREN'S SHOES
GROCERIES, PATENT MEDICIKE
A. S. HUNT. Willaioetto Kallrf.