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OREGON CITY ENTERPRISE, FRIDAY. JULY 1,
k. A A A.
Our correspondents will please ten J
n articles before Wednedays of etch
week, otherwise it retches us too late for
Logta and Slons.
Ned Hutchin is erecting a barn and
bouse on bis (arm.
Fred Gerber's new barn looms up very
prominent on the landscape.
Mi's Lydia Steinman, of Currinsville,
b visaing Logan relatives and friends.
Tlie Logan boys defeated the Oregon
City boys in a game of baseball on Sim
Carl I Kirrhem is walking with crutch
es acain, the result of a lacerated f jot,
tom on a uall.
The upper Lotran school gave an enter
tainment last Friday evening, for the
school library fund. It was a success.
At the June school election T. P. Mc
Cubbin wis circled director and V. W.
AtiHten, of lirant County, hired as
Road woik and gravel hauling is in
progress now. They are putting Rome
on the rocis road in places. It will tie
Everybody is buty now. Farmers are
wishing for some good bay-making
weather. There is some complaint that
the hay crop is short this year.
Messrs. 0. D. Robbins, J. C Sprague,
Mis. r'allert and others aae having their
silos filled with green clover. William
Mum power, of Stoue, is running the en
W. P. Kirchem thinks he has the best
irenoi separator on the market. His is
the le Laval No. 2. I'p to the present
time it has made the closest skimming
rn oid of any other make in the county.
The patrons of the C. C. Creamery,
received for the June pnyment for butter
fat sixteen cents per pound or thirty-two
ceiits per roll net, above the running ex
pensee, which is a very good beglnuiug.
Long live the creamery.
On Saturday, June 21, Harding gramre
observed Flora, Pomona and Children's
J'. y with appropriate exereit.es. The
little tots had a good time. Flora, (Migs
I-'ilu Kirchem,; read a paper on "In
fluence of Flowers on Character " I'o
iin ina. (Miss Emma Fallen,) one on
"Fruit." Some good vocal uiusii: inter
siiersed with recitations, etc., concluded
the exercises. A tine dinner was served
to one hundred and twenty-five.
"Two years igo my hair via
falling out badly. I purchased a
bottle of Ayer's Hsir Vigor, ind
toon my hair stopped coming out."
Miss Minnie Hoover, Paris, 111.
Perhaps your mother
had thin hair, but that is
no reason why you must
go through life with half
starved hair. If you want
long, thick hair, feed it
with Ayer's Hair 'Vigor,
and make it rich, dark,
II . M a Mil. All
If your drugjrmt cannot sumily you,
trad ui one dollar iud wa will axpraaa
you a bottle. He tun and gWa the uauia
of jour ueareat eiprpuoalc. Addreu,
J. UAYtK CO., Lowell, Mats.
The school meeting was held at the
school bouse last Monday night, Mr.
Finder acting as chairman The meeting
was for the purpose of finding out how to
build the school house. W. Scoutlon
made a motion to borrow the money for
three years, hut the majority did not
want this, so the chairman asked them
if they had any other way and they all
kept still. Alter some discussion the
motion was brought up again and carried
by 4 to 6. Now the directors will pro
ceed to have the schol house built.
It is not Viola grange, but Viola
charge that is to hold a campmeeting.
It will begin July 9 and hold over two
Mindaya. The Beck family, noted sing
ing evangelists, will assist thtoiubout
the meeting. Everybody invited to
Last week Cha9. Miller and wife went
to Portland to attend the wedding of
tueir son, Aired.
Rev. J. W. Exon spent Saturday and
Sunday at the Canby cam pn.ee ting.
Judge Phelps is at the point of death
and is expected to pass away most any
Please excuse this scribe for not saying
last week that we had a new comer in
town, in the way of a fine baby boy at
the home of C. G. Stone.
Our new mail carrier is on the route
with a brand new outfit.
Olive Tenny has returned home from
visiting her sister at Pioneer, Wash.
D. L. Trnliinger went to Portland
purchase a new buggy and harness.
Miss Nellie Bogue. of Portland, is
visiting her friend, Mibs Addie Christ
ianson. Mr. and Mrs. Boyonton and her sister,
Mrs. freLaney, attended the dance
at Mulino, Saturday night.
Mrs. Julia Nelson was visiting Mrs.
Edith Shaw Friday.
Mrs. G. Trulhnger was visiting Mrs.
H. W. Shaw Friday.
Edd Trnliinger and family and
nephew, Herb Tiullir.ger, of Portland
were visiting I. V. Trulhnger Sunday.
Misses Pauline TrulMnger and Belva
Shaw called on Mrs. Edith Shaw Satur
The farmers will be busy haying this
G. W. Long and wife and Miss Born
haltzer came up from Portland June 19
and went into camp on the north fork of
the Clackamas, where they are having a
good time fishing,
J. J. Davie, the packer for the upper
hatchery, went op with another pack
train June 21.
G. K. Wentworth, of Chicago, and 0
A. Ritan, of Portland, came here June
2o to inspect a large body of timber south
east of here. They are owners of the old
Pennoyer Mill in Portland.
School election passed off qaietly. G.
A. Shubel was elected director and E.
W. Horn-chub, clerk,
Mr. llettman ba? just returned from
Eastern Oregon, where be has been vis
iting bis sons, John and Ed. Ed was
I Then the baby is most like- 5
ly nervous, and fretful, and I
doesn't gain in weight. I
Scott's Emulsion j
S is the best food and medicine I
S . . . t.nt.sAM TI 5
a ior Lceuiiiig uauica. iucj p
gain from the start. f
dangeionsly ill with blood-poisoning but
is now recovering.
The new road is rapidly nearing com
pletion under the supervision of Fred
Rev. Bott preached his farewell ser
mon to a large audience last Sunday
morning in the German Congregatioual
Robert Gintber snd family have re
turned from Oak Grove, where he has
been teaching school for the past three
months. Mr. Ginther has been engaged
to teacn the Needy school next Winter.
Mrs Anna Hornschuh, of Seattle, is
spending a few days at the home of Mr.
Rood Rupervisor-elect Shannon was
taking a drive and inspecting his road
E. W. Hornschuh Is helping his Bon
in law, Chris. Muralt. build a barn on
his place near tlenrici's schoolhouse.
Our enterprising voung farmer. Wil
liam Moehnke, has bought a blotter for
E. F. Ginther and wife. Chris. Horn
Bchuh and wife. Robert liinther and
wife and Mrs. Shock ley visited Mr. and
Mrs. llettman last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moehnke visited
friends in Highland Sunday.
l.aet lueeilav evening several ol our
young "sports" went on a cherry steal
ing trip and on their retu. n, in a "gen
tlemanly" manner, threw several rocks
against Mr. M.ismi irer's windows
smashing four panes. It sems the boy
got a little nervous for tbev took up a
collection among themselves the next
day and sent the money to M r. Massinger
to pay expenses. There are few churches
in this immediate community.
A heavy rain keeps s'eadily falling: if
this keeps on our celebration fun will
surely be soiled.
Herb Johnson was at Aurora Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Smith visited
Pearl Garrett has gone to Salem, to at
tend the summer normal.
Julius and Lewis Spigla were seen
here last week.
George Kinzer retsrned from Antelope
Misses Grace Thompson and Dadie
Ritter were out wheeling Sunday.
F. M. Berrv and family have gone to
Mae Kinzer had the sad misfortune of
puncturing her wheel, while wheeling,
Mrs. H Johnson and Myrtle Smith
were the guests of Mrs. Ettio Fish Sun
D. B. Yoder and lamily visited rela'
tives at Hubbard, Wednesday.
O. Stnrges and wife were out from
Needy is now swarming with "i
C. C. Molson and family enjoyed the
excursion to heasiue Sunday.
Miss L. Kornshack is home on a visit.
Alfred Gregory is at home agin.
Miss Mabel Anthony was the guest of
Miss htna McCormack Wednesday.
Frank McCorinack was up from Port
Mr. Blasier is having a new barn built.
Chas. Cati ill returned from Ileppner
Tuesday. He will take charge of his
father's farm this summer.
Mr. McCormack is at home from Port
land this week. He has been having a
severe attack of rheumatism.
Walter Mead and Wilbur Newberry
were in Greenwood Wednesday.
Guy Waldron. of Oregon City, who
has oeen visiting at the home of his
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W.8. Kider,
returned home Thursday.
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Ki tm inl li (will Antvtri tal aV.
The rain last Tuesday eight was very
benetical to all the farmers, excepting
those who had hay cut.
The Beaver Creek wood haulers made
a lively trip from town Tuesday morning,
as they were without their coats and a
heavy shower was coining.
Joseph Studeman, of Shubel, visited
Abel Thomas of Beaver Creek, last week.
The Odgen family left for Washington
Mr. Pendelton and son. left Beaver
Creek and will not return. '
Abel Thomas, of Beaver Creek, has
sold his wheel to Jacob Boblander, of
John Helvey has returned from Catha
lamet, Wash , wheie he has been work
Ing in logging camp, for the past three
Lillie Gans, of Oswego, was visiting
friends here last week.
Mrs. Woodside and Mis Agnes Wal
lace went to Oregon City Monday.
George Helvey aent Friday night
with relatives iu Salem.
Otto Striker got his right ear badly
hurt last week while running logs for
Adkins. One of the men accidently hit
him with a pevie.
Clyde Smith was trading horses Sun
day. Oscar Daniels aud wife, of Cathalauict,
Wasn., are visiting relatives in this
Bill White has moved his family to
.Mulino. Mr. White is going to Eastern
Dr. Goucher and wife entertained
friends from Oregon City Sunday.
Mrs Sophia Adkins and Miss Veva
Jones went to Canby one day last week.
A. L Jones made a business trip to
Oregon City Mouday.
TheSturgis Bros., are moving their
sawmill to B. J. Ilelvey's place.
The Misses Bennett snd Henries and
Jim Currin, of Ely, we-e out in tills vici
nity buggy riding last Friday evening.
John Helvey was calling on friends
here Monday night
William Guvnn, of Wilhoit, spent
Wednesday night of last week with W,
1. Jones and family.
J. F. Deyoe went up the Molall on a
fishing trip last week.
Quite a number of young people at
tended the or.'uniz itiun of a Rehekah
hxlgo, I. 0. O. F. In Aurora last Wednes
day. Miss Ong. ol Scntts Mills, is visiting
her sister, Mrs. Brodie.
Our barber h moving bis belongings
to the building next to Kocher's stere.
Mrs. M. C. Kirk has moved and is now
taking care of Mr. Winches' house.
Jane Schmidt and family will move into
the boiue she vacated, as soon as he
can dig a well.
The M. E. camp meeting commenced
last Thursday evening and will continue
till the sixth of July. The five colored
singers and evangelists are proving quite
an attraction. Admission free.
Mrs Blacker and M's. James Erans
have been quite ill with lagripie.
Frank Roth is at home on a furlough
from San Francifco and is visiting his
mother at Riversido.
Several of our bright young men left
here Monilay morning for Kahuna,
where they expect to secure work all the
summer, peeling piling.
Mrs. Weed and Herbert Thompson
are sending a few days with Mrs.
Weed's daughter, Mrs. Jack Howard.
Miss M. Webb, of Portland, is staying
with Mrs. L. Holmes during campmeet
ing. S. Terry ami his father-in-law. Mr.
Miller, are at Kelso, w here the Utter is
taking medical treatment. '
The resilience of II. Bissell was burned
to the ground about a week ago. Most
of the contents of the house were saved.
He is now living on the Selz property,
Mrs. Duval, of Sellwood, was buck at
the old place Friday.
Rev. Mr. Goode. of Kosehurg. an
uncle of Mrs. Melvin Smalley, who lias
been at Hood River during the straw
berry season, made a short call on his
nephew as he returned home.
Mr. Manning made his last trip car
rying the mail on his four-year contract
.Monday. Mr, .Hosier, the new contrac
tor assumed charge Tuesday.
Mrs B. Nelson's daughter ami her
husband, took dinner with her on Mon
After the rattlesnake hud boot! adopt
ed ns oil emblem and hud nppenrcd o
the lings of sevenil of the colonics Hen-1
Jnniln Franklin defended the device on
the grounds that the rattlesnake li
found- only In A merles: thnt nil ser
pents' emblems were considered by tin
undent to lx symbol of wisdom; thai
his bright, Udles eyes signify vlgl
lance; that he never attacks without,
tlrst giving fair wnrnlng of his pre
nice; thnt his rattles, while distinct I
nre so firmly Joined that they ennnot
he separated without being ruined for
ever, and thut as ho grows older tin,
rattles Increase In titinitHr. as It wsii
to bo hoped the Colonies would.
Indeed this Idea was iimde use of In
a ting device w hich represented a rat
tlesnake with nlue Joints, euch Joint
lettered with red silk. The head win
marked "N. K." (New K,;K,n",,,',,"! rT.
malnlng sections "S. Y.," "N.J-." "Pa
'Md..M "Vs.," "N. C," "S. C." and
"On." This curious standard was dls
nrded for the one made by Mr. Uos
In Philadelphia lu K77. a flag similar
to the I'nlted Slates ting of today, only
with fewer stars.
Brunswick House & Iteslaiiram
Newly Furnished Rooms.
Meals at All Hours- Pricoa Reasonable.
Opposite J-usponslon Drldye.
Only First Class Hestittiriint
In 'low n.
Only rnranlna Ills Pmfwlfin.
A Brooklyn magistrate recently had
four darkles who were caught In a
gambling raid before him. The llrst
of the lot to be brought to the bnr was
tin undersized iiinii. with a coml.nl
face, its black ns night. The dialogue
between the magistrate ami too pris
oner created some mc
"What Is your nnine?" Inquired the
magistrate sternly. a
"Mali name's Snilff." replied the
"Whut Is your profession 7"
"I'so s locUsmlff by trade, snh."
"What w ere you doing w hen the po-
lice broke Into the room Inst night':
"Judge, I wns pursulti mall profes
sion. I was mukiu' a l'lt for the
"OuTeor." snld the magistrate, with
s merry twinkle lu his eye, "lock
Smith up."-New York Tribune.
Ladies' and fients' Furnishing Goods.
I nrlere. S
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A Malrlinimlnl Indorrmrnl,
Algernon Ah, my dear hoy. so glnd
to sec you. And how Is your suit with
Miss Ie Rich getting on?
Augustus-Wciilly, my boy, I can't
say that I've made much progress so
far, but I believe I've lilt on the right
Idea now. Io you see this dnwg7
"Of course. What a delight ful pug!
Just like the one Miss lu Rich mi
ni I red, by the way."
"It's the very one, my boy. She went
Into ecstasies over It at the dnwg
"Ah, I see. So you've bought It for
"No, for myself."
"For yourself? Whnt good can that
"Why. my boy, can t you sec? Hal
Jove, tbu dear girl will have to take
me or lose tho dawg, you know!"
I iinlv ile i.lcl (o final' out slu.rt tllli" Htfo
Simiuior goo.ls last Kail fr "'"I I'"'-. ""l ll"'y Uve
. Hat I J . .
from Knst. rti lactones. I "mi.- nu tnc M-..m .i u,,.,,, r;1i
ClacUiiia" County t" see .it tiov Mti'l lii'W i.ri.vs An,,,,;,
will Is' surprise.! t. sec a' "tide mark.'. I way iUvii. Tlim
.rrlnumt In the you an (..s.lllinity to I'H ' g-'-U f l...,i. I ituui early sm
wmit veil want, "hat r. n "i i"" " i mil move lo r.;v
1 ratliVr fell beloiv co-t, so us lo mve trul.i of , ickiu K
inovt' nwny. '
Just one wor.l llhnllt mtr sli.. Just fi"Hi J. . I.ewiV f(,..
llosl.ui. Tin y are ning out of I'U'iii' s", ! cnhl iiie nu on.rd
iiml vmi fiin K'"t tin' I'fio'lit of tins. Call f.r J. It is t,
VllO closing mil fill' of si-llie slon s is Im'ti ly It s. lo in.. !r,
i.l. I slock, but this sale is Ihpiiii li.l.'
1 luivc alr- M.ly luircliii"'-.! a loiihlina i'i I'ortl in. I, o I tun iiui.
to move there so ns to save es us.. i.f rent nml cur 'ire.
Do not full to call.
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Main I...rii 3th ami Silt
Delivered at Any Railroad Station
or U oat Landing In Oregon
t'hl lla Had llrail.
An unlettered Celt's application to
the riillndc Iphln court of 11at11rnll7.11
tion resulted In the following dliiloKiie:
Judtje Ilnvo you rend tho Inlnru
tlon of Independence?
Applicant No, sir.
Judcc Have you reud the constitu
tion of the United States?
Appllcunt No, sir.
Judi;c Have you rend the history of
the United Ktutes?
Applicant No, sir.
Judge No? Well, whnt hnve you
Appllcunt Ol have red hnlr on me
head, your honor.
Michael Hughes and
went to town this week.
O. Hughes is building
Mr. Leweilen, ol Sprinuwaler. son of
Commissioner Lewellen was in the oily
and stayed at his father's Monday niuht.
Frank Doty, who succeeds Mr. Man
ning in carrying the mail, made his
initial trip Tuesday.
Mr. Moran has been somewhat under
the weather for several days but is
better at present.
Maple Lane Grange held Its monthly
meeting in Nash's hall as usual. The
attendance was fairly good.
Mrs. Minnie Albriirht has been hsvine
poor health the past week. Mrs. Nelson
is taking care of her, and is also keeping
house for Melvin Hinalley, during Mrs.
Smalley's visit to ttalem.
Millard Gillett met with a severe acci
dent, wherjIy be lost the point of one of
his great toes, in endeavoring to saves
email boy from being run over by a
Charles Albright was taken so unwell
that he had to quit work Tuesday after
noon, and will not be able to resume
work before next Monday.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Jefferson, a son
on Wednesday evening.
Don't l ull to Try TbN.
Whenever an honest trial is given to
Electric Bitters for any trouble it is re
commended for a permanent cure will
surely be effected. It never fails to tone
the stomach, regulate the kidneys and
bowels, stimulate the liver, invigorate
the nerves and purify the bipod. It's a
wonderful tonic for run-down systems.
Electric Bitters positively cures Kidney
and Liver Troubles, Htomach Disorders,
Nervousness, Sleeplessness, Rheuma
tism, Neuralgia, and expels Malaria.
Satisfaction guaranteed by George A.
Harding. Only 50 cents.
"For ten years," snld tho new pnr
takcr at a bonr.llug house, "my hnhlts
were as regular ns clockwork. I rose
on the) stroke of 0. Half an hour Inter
I sat down to breakfast. At 7 1 was
at work, dined nt 12, ute supper at l
mid was In bed nt U::in. I nto only
healthy food und hadn't a sick day In
all that time."
"Dour me!" usked the deacon In sym
pathetic tones. "And whnt were you In
Au awful sllenco ensued. Kansas
What Ktlinn Allrn Snld.
A lecturer on the mistakes of his
tory suys thnt Etliim Allen did not ut
ter at the taking of Fort Tlconderogn
the ringing phrase associated with that
event in the mind of every schoollsiy.
Instead of Informing: the British com
mundcr that he demanded the surren
der of the stronghold "in the nnme of
the great Jehovah and the Continental
congress," he shouted, "Come out of
thut, you old rut.1"
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A well known Judge on a Virginia
circuit was recently reminded very
forcibly of his approaching baldness
by one of his rural nc'iunliitnnceg.
"Jcdge," drawled the farmer, "it won't
be very long 'fo' you'll hev to tie a
string around yer head to tell how fer
up to wash yer face." Harper's Muga
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SPECIAL IN I RODUCTORY Off ER :
Tbe Modrrn Method.
"Ism writing a story of a stroggllng
"It won't do," answered the abruptly
critical friend. "Inventors don't strug
gle nowadays. They let the people wlto
are eager to buy stock do the strug
gling." Washington Star.
Here Is your biography In a nutshell:
Horn, welcomed, enreseed, cried, fed,
grew, amused, reared, studied, exam
ined, graduated. In love, loved, engaged,
married, quarreltsl, reconciled, suffered, j
mourned and forgotten."
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To Introduce th' "f"" ,; s,ir
niakliix most '"'I",."'",ffli'
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lorllaiid, Or. SM.une. W'nah. S
Srinlh and J Hla., Nui-rumrnto.
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Enterprisb and W. Oregonian $
Harriet Dor.'sn't Julia ose a good
deal of face powder?
Jenny Face powder! She ought to
belong to the Plasterers' union.
Fun u.i 0r
LADIES' and CHILDREN'S SHOES
All Grit tit
GROCERIES. PATENT W'
A. S. HUNT, Willamette Falls.
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