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OREGON CITY ENTERPRISE FRIDAY. AlHiUST MM''.
Glee Club and Chorus of 100 Voices
WHY ORGANIZE? INTRODUCTION
A few of tho Attractions will bo
GODESS OF LABOR
Floteila Prawn bv S x Horses.
Attended bv lu'iiiHii Gintidsinen
Local Trades Caravans
Civic and Fraternal
Kid Karls Wild West
and Indian Congress
Business Floats, Citizens, Etc.
Orator of tho Day
9 30 PM
JT. 3E3C. HOWARD,
Plione 264 Hlo-iiaficr,
C. V. KELLY, Cms. J.J. HROWX, Cm;. S. S. WALK HI!, Cim.
Federal Labor Union Textile Union Painters Union
3 P M
AT BRIDGE 3 30 P M
,1. K. MOKIMS, CiiiiiMN I'. " lll'Ml'IIKKVS, Cm mkm
CnrM iil' r-i I ' 1 1 i i i ('ii-ik
Saturday, August Iti.
News of the Week
Friday, August 15.
Charles Fair, son olSenator Fair, of Cali
fornia, and his wife were dashed to death
while traveling Irom Trouville to Paris,
Frame, in an automobile. Tlie vehicle,
one o( the most powerful built, was trav
eling at a very high rate of speed, when
one w lieel and the steering gear became
disabled. The automobile ran iigain-t
an embankment, ove. turning, throwing
the occupants with great force attainst
the embankment, cribbing tlieir skulls.
Both died immediately.
Leading republicans are endeavoring
to arrange matters bo that Senator For
ker would accept the nomination and be
come the running mate of Koosevelt in
the next presidential canvass. It is a.
movement to sidetrack llanna. !
V. J. Lryan has written a letter to 9uil 'lt'v ,,t,! lmK'''
j Secretary 1 1 n y purpose bast been ac
coinnlished. ail tin Mrei.rii Dowers buy-
Harvesting is now in full blast in the jk, at list signed the treaty with China,
section of country tributary to the Col-I
uinbia river. There will bo approxi- I The likin tax id presumably done
matelv o percent more wheat available 1 awav wuh.
this year than there was last. The crop,
j on a whole, is very satisfactory.
I The Colombian revolutionist in the
Anna Dolce district, after a sharp naval
engagement, captured the government
gunboat Hoy.ica, together with ."'HI gov
ernment soldiers and two generals. He
sides this there was considerable sup
plies, nf munitions of war and provisions
maties held throughout Thurston cnimly.
I aikner is a candidate Mr cnng'es, be
ing opposed by the .h In ido IoIIohits.
Hut ol the I.V.I delivates ill the. county
convention Falkner 4'Iiiiiiis 1.0.
Kitchey, the Pendleton deputy Nherit!',
shot by a trio of desperadoes, will ie
cover. A posse fioiu I'endlelon and one
irom nana vtana are m pursuit ol ttiei 1g,tj were captured t ..lay m ar Ait,
outlaws, j I,,, i ,,, II.,, mi, r, ,.,.,1 ,i, ',.! ,,i M.,
The fugitives whom Sii.-i ill' Taylor, ol
Umatilla county, and Nierill' Keen, ol
Walla Walla county, have been lollow-
lug with llo 1 1 , i hi ii. l '.since Miudn
Shoe Was Lost.
YOU WANT or SII0K THK
KOKSi: W AS I.A M I'D.
l!nin in the l'aloiise country puts a
sudden stop to harvesting but does no
m, ileu. il damage to crops.
Two (MM of the Uinglunr circus con
taining elt pbants were derailed at Ta
coma, the animals, twelve in number,
went into a ditch, but none were injured.
Three of their keepeis were mimed to
prominent democrats, stating that he
would not be a candidate for the presi
dency in 1KM, and says he has no choice
bevond the dtsire to eee some one nomi
nated who was loyal to the ticket in lb'.si
The Lewis and Clark fair management
has arranged with Coioiiel 11. K. Im.-cIi
to go to Japan very soon to arrange for
an Oregon exhibit at the Osaka exiiilu-
tion, to take place next year. The man- extent, however,
agement has also decided to erect a!
Lewis and Clark monument in l'ortlaud i Tuesday, August in.
ci'.v park. j f. 11. Montague, member of the l.i-1
Yamhill count v farmer, have at last i "Ki!,:""'r'. I,'l"'".'" ,r"" l. W"""''
arrived at the conelnMun that w heat u j hiuI received ,,.i,tU aenoun injuries,
no longer king. They will rejuvenate the I Charles M. Schwanb, president of the
attention to pro- : Cinted S'ates Steel Corporation, resigns
on account of failing health, and will sail
, , ,, ii. i in u few tlavs for Kiirope.
A cloudburst washed out large see - '
lion ot track about ten miles west o
Huntington. All tiatliic was delaved
i Governor tieer savs Mrs. Waggoner
should he naid the reward for Merrill, lit
several hours. During the progress of I least one-half of it, ami that the Tracy
the storm a heavy wind, accompanied by j reward should be paid to the live men
much thunder ami lightning, prevailed. j ho accomplished hiscapture.
Four miles west of Weiser, Idaho, three ,
I he w heat crop of the drain! liotide
The fishing season on the Columbia
closed, beinu verv successful Tho inick
is one fourth bWer limn last r l,m haystacks were struck by lightning
42-',CKJ0 cases. , , and entirely consumed. , valley will lie atiout a half a million
I i bushels greater than that of last vear.
At a meeting of the hop-growers held! T''e dilrerences between the sheepmen .Most of ihe surplus will find a market in
at Salem it was agreed that 40 cents a, cattlemen in Southeastern Ureg u ! l'urtland.
box fchould be paid for picking for this uro assuming ipiite serious stages. I be
Beacon, It was maintained that I ereto-: lat,er have served notice on the sheep-: The Corvaliis ,t Kastern train, near
fore grow, rs had paid more for picking lne" trouble w ill certainly resu!t if ' Corvallis, collides w ith a wagon contain
than the urice received for the nrrntiwt custom of dr ving sheep into certain ! '''H 'wo persons, neither of whom una
would w arrant. There are some in- fit-(-'tijnf is Persisted n. ; seriously injured, the wagon Uung throw n
stances, however, whereoOcents is being i ti n r. as high in the air as the stack of tho lo-
paid, which will probably be the rulit.K i ,1.," T. "U0?.;,'" T'9' i uu""',ive-
price before the season closes. pr. iVi ' m 6 ' ''1 u r I t, ve i. , ; ,.,
By this the (air w ill receive much free Mrs. I-rederick W . I'rentiss, wife of the
The Salem fruit cannery closed down , a'lverti president of the Ifayden-Chnton National
for the season. The manager states that ! , , , r, ,, Hank, of Columbus, Ohio, was held up
there is rot enough fruit to warrant the , ' 'e; over.'lf;.v i' Men- i in her own home by a masked man and
operation of the plant. The output of! , V . 'usiness interests ol tins' at the (sunt ol a revolver compelled to
the establishment for the season is esti- ' , w
mated at 30,000 cases short of h.st year, j W lnt,,ro,, 'eltLtl' M H't'
his son at deliver i,XJ worth of her dj anion. Is
The grand lodge of Elks, in session at
Salt Lake, issued a mandate absolutely
Sunday, August 17.
prohibiting carnivals and street fairs .,'c0." K 4 '1?'"; o( 1 '"a:
The lumber laden schooner C. If. Mer
chant, ashore at Tillamook, is rapidly
Cofer was accompanied and
assisted by another. These same men
The little island of Torishama, in Ja
pan, experienced severe volcanic erute
tions on the Lilh inst., all Ihe inhabit
ants, numbering about lot. bciru- killed.
,i.,. i.i i una countv, was snot anu oadlv woun. eil ' ' ne lsian i is covereil witn oianic i -
after, excepting those in progress for this , 1 Atl,fena l,-v Al'Tfl Co''r- 1,jr '" 'e ' hns and all the houses have disappeared.
year v 6 had a warrant ami was attempting to ar- ,. ,
rest, ltichies' wounds are not necessar-.' leinington, a very prominent
i i t. curl,.., a . i ... i ... i character in Xpu imrt k I u, ,i-n.i
. i. . rcii-j.ia. v-uiei nas ticcurnoau en ar u ' .-
i committed suicide, having In-come do
! HiKjndent over matrimonial entangle
ments. He was about .';." years of age
and a member of the New York firm of
Trouble with the natives is reported
apain from Manila, the Moron again be
coming ijiiita troublesome and lenewini'
their attacks on the American outposts, I
necessitating aggressive action on the'
part of the government to restore the1
breaking t ui 1 ' '" uc ones woo cominii-
She will be a total wreck. I leu l"e m-enl "B"y rounery.
sinking in the sand
Severe rain storm in Umatilla county
damaged wheat to a great extent. At
1'ilot Kock the water ran four inchea
deep in the streets. I'endlelon is crowd
ed with hundreds of idle harvesters.
The continued heavy showers of rain
in the vicinity of Medford greatly retard
threshing and alarm the growers. The i island to quietude. Ttie commander in
Peers they proved not In be Allre.l I oiei
and p.iriiier, who lie 1.1 up Ihe i new.iU r
saloon and shot I 'eputy Mo-nil' Lit.i.ev,
but two other h g.'i w i men n.iMi.il .loin,
Lutu and ueoige ,b l' noil. I, who li.-l.i
lip lllld crileliV bent a Ml e.le at lollhet
Matiuii, Wash,, Ijst Mil. day i-veiiu.g.
Imiue.li.ileiy upon the u 111). oi ru t no ii t
that a r a 1 1 r o:i I would be built to (..,.
coo nly u gr.-iit 1 1 1 -1 1 M ,i ii i it'll' to in ui re
title to nil the st.ite I. in. I in lb.it i n nnH .
1 tie state has sold nil Hn l.iinl 1 l.oi -.
All Walker has a Mice of men at wmk
on ttie I IWi iis f.nni, We-t ol Lunelle,
mining lot coal, and feeis c .n to !. in he
I has struck a deposit which will pioe o
; a'at value.
Corn continues in very promising con-'
ditloii In (he principal coin state.., in ine
' more northerly portions of which, how-'
j ever, it has not uiatuie.l rapnby under.
I the low temperatures which prevailed
j during the Week. '
J. J. .lai'ol.ion, ciipt.un of a lumber
, schooner which sailed li.ui I'm timid not
long since, was staldied and killed by his
cabin boy, a Japanese.
The appropriation!! by the last mcmoii
of congress are olhcia.lv annoiim ed to
day as being over m.ii'io iiiio.
1'aul Mohr, of port.igi' railroad fume,
IH beginning to urn light thloilh (lie'
darklii'sH w liicb has been hovi'iin over
his eiiterprise foi seveial years. ,
Thursday, August L'l.
At FrankMit, Kentucky, ihe prison
convicts made an elloit to pun base their
liberty by holding one of ti- guards cap
live for four hours, endeavoring in ran
som him. (Ine man was killed and four
wounded in (he fray.
liothaisnowinafairw.lv to become
the successor of I'iiiiI Krug-r in Nn.ih
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the nee!'-. !r.
rulnrd ho. i
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one tlw It
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linn and will rs'al li.litlif be.,,,, '
union hi isiiin.i and vipmi.J
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The greatest ambition of Amer
ican men and women is to have
homes blessed with children. The
woman aMk-ted with female dis
ease is constantly menaced with
becoming a childless wife. Xo
medicine can restore dead or
gans, but Wine of Cardui doca
regulate derangements that pre
vent concepiioii; does prevent
ukcarriagt: : d;s restore weak
functions ami shattered nerves
and does bring babies to homes
barren and desolate for vears
Wine of Cardui gives women rh
health and strength to hear heal
thy children. Vou can get a
dollar bottle of Wine of Cardui
from Vour dealer.
113 Mar'ret t treet,
in IcfcniM , ;!, I u,.k onu little of
married uilKKa erH, h ,
fVn ."rt" fcil-l until I to,.k wiat
il "JU- u?"v 1 arn mo-her of a B n"
reel its well ait a-iv rur..in i . .1
m wiioout Wine ,f 1 rH,,i in 1
H(;ua. Mr. J. W. ( HUi ru I
rr AdTlm na 1 . 1 . . .
m rt 1 Urn ft .." ; " "T -
grain crop of the Kogue river valley is
exceptionally good. Ihe vield bo far as
the threshing has progressed is very good.
The city of Sumpter has entered a pro
test against the creation of a forest re
serve in the Blue Mountains, 88 bound
aries are indicated by the order of with
drawal. The Sumpter city council unani
mously adopted a resolution to that ef
fect. Never in the history of the Gray's
Harbor country has such great activity in
the logging business been expeiienced. j
fcvery river anil stream that can be util
ized to float the product of lumbermen to
! market is lined with camns, and all over
j that section of country the big timber
belts are being opened up by railways.
The Willamette valley wheat crop is
estimated to be from 15 to 2o percent be
low the average. The quality of wheat
in every section of the valley is first
The sixteenth annual reunion of the
Ci. A. K. at Pleasant Home closes after a
successful week. There is much proba
bility that thecampground will be moved
Mindanao has been authorized to subdue
the troublesome natives.
Wednesday, August L'O.
Umatilla county still holds the record
as being the greatest wheat producing
section in the slate. The yield this year
will be about 3 500,000 bushels. The
greatest difficulty experienced in that
secti in is the scarcity of help.
President (Schwann, of the United
States Steel Corporation, says he is not
sick, but needs rest, and does not intend
to resign his place.
A. J. Falkner, of Olympia, Wash., de
feated the McUride faction in tho i,ri-
The relative of Mrs. Fair stale that
they are satisfied with the wealih be
queathed them, and will make no ellort
to gain possession of any ol I he estate o'
All the prisoners of the island of (iuam
will be taken to Manila after taking lint
oath of allegiance to Ihe United Slates.
"resident UooBcvcIt Maris on an ex
tensive (rip through tho New Fniilaiid
The negroes ol South Africa are mak
ing a great del of trouble for ,K liners
Who are returning to their farms. The
blacks are armed and the liners unarmed.
Forest fires in Wyoming are spreading
Monday, August 18.
The lioer generals, Botha, Iewet and
Delarney, reached Loudon from .South
Africa. They proceeded forthwith for
Cowes to see King Edward. They were
escorted about the waters, visiting all of
President J. J. Hill, of the Great i
Northern, lias purchased a half interest
in the Concord iron mines in Cboteau
county, Montana, and will begin at once
the erection of an immense steel and iron
plant. The plant will be at Great Fails
and the outlay will be about flOO.OOO.
Jin every town j
u and villa !
ii u '. . , i given in
that makes your
"':' horses glad.
at such a rapid rate that the situation is ncglei
A member of the Cuban senate objects
to the stars ami strines float irn river tin
Cuban arsenal, but his was tbuonlv vnt
cant, againsi me matter.
Sam F.lmore, the Astoria millionaire
canneryman, will plant a KXbacrn farm
in Tillamook county to asparagus, put
in a canning plant and establish a new
industry in the coast county.
Keseeded wheat in the Walla Walla
country is turning out better than was
A pulp mill at Wilmington, View-are
blows up, killing nine workmen, injur
ing four and five are missing.
President Hill, of tho Great Northern
is much opposed to ihe building of a
canal. He says the monev expended in
such an undertaking would bring better
results if put to use in improving rivers
iVilsal Catarrh quickly yi Ida to treat
tneni. by F.ly's m balm, which is aen-n.
ably aromiiti':. Jt is received throii(;l,' tl,
nostrils, elermsKH mid heuls tLo wIioIm mr.
faee over which it dilFim' s itself. Jirua-ials
sell iha ,We.. m.,,; 'jYml sio by ncul' Hi
IV. t '.I . . 1 .
lie like a lump in bit stoma, li. Jt (,.r.
incuts and givi . ml e.e.. which musr
him rliM omlort mid uncasim-M. He has
soiu and bitter rein, or " water biaih.'
Hut this man who known and pre, u hen
the danger of n. -lr, t ,n the loss of a
nail from a Iioiv'h -.hoe yocs right along
ucjjiccting svmpt s whnh in acorn
ana hundreiU ol mv-s are forc-ruiiiirrri
of a poyslcal bnak down.
That's tin ibi 1 1 iii- of a great many
luuolcnt pi-onlr J liey sav "it will
away alter a bit " wlieri cautioned to
something" ,r their ailment. Just
iiuHiue a f iMiier hs.king over the fence
at tut .sprouting weed in hn com and
wring "th-v il g away nfter a bit.
are like weeds. All they ask
t .in I they will irow arid llmir.
Neglect I lie iirst HVlniitiillia of ,b.
eaie of the stoma, h and it will not lie
Jouu before other organs are in vol veil,
because every organ of the laxly is de
peudent on the stoma, h and its allied
orgtus for nutrition. When thi stomach
pd other org.ms of digrstion and nutri
Uwi arc ilif-i'.v-. the f'Kxt ratrn is
njA perfectly digrMi-d and assimilaterl
Hrnce there is a lo ,s ,f nutrition by the
body; a loss .Inch sllow, itsnatrlT in loan of
flesh, and Tr.r ncd weight, anil that lo
of nutrition is -liared by every organ of
the tody, Wl, lungs, liver, kidneys,
etc. Ah a co e-e,Uence when the atom
ach Is rWnse ,, the heart is liable to !
involved, or : un, kidneys or liver.
Tliest fact . mpha .uc the rlanger of
neglect of r.n.t is popularly termed
Tlie timely . f j)r l-u.Tcr.B Golden
ileUlcal Ui.sc-1 cry will generally result in
Complete c e of disease of the stomach
and other ty us of digestion and nuUi-
yim want the wa. win. Ii lrlt
ril and ttlfril (o
V"il wnl leae li
ikitiiU wiin h.rUis.
I'll li r ft ('.iildrD V
l'lv o.rrt mi.! ktn
-h . t!y tn.l jrrtax
"It gtv trier
lire to inloriii u :
lin-iit llufl hie
I' d loan thr ii
I, ..Mill Jlnlkll
rrv' and 'IVm
bis' wntrft Mil
I ink, of Vint, K"c
N l'. " l.ait ;:!
xi lad oil thlt 1 li
it iiuposmlilr forrx'.
until priiig. I
si. k in January !"
pain all over, bit
was aord, AIM U
urr a out Of 1
- lie gave l!ir M.IW OK
, but it ill, I we w M
I errw utr.nlllv '.
' l oii'id not rat 5'
iinr hltc of lrrl t;
LMi al lmlll. ull'i "
hungry .ill the Hot'-
Ihonc It I l'.l
nil My Beta
my shotil.lrrt a-f-wascnsiv
tti on i, Il tlul I t
I wait almost in""
c.llld not sleep l ig! tiolllyi'
lit a time Would get upmof'
weak and nervous. 1 coili'l rrr ';
In (hi. way I sullered, 1 think.
miuilhs. when a IH' iid "f mine i
me In write tu Dr. Pierce W ,
whlcUI lid. Ilitiii!iwerwtM;
indigestion and livrr rotn!'l'"'";
vising ine t.) take hii 'CoMw '
I,ovcry.' I follow "'f
.l,r-. i l.-u-W ami 111 " J
. ,.,,1,1 ili o.-rr that I wnsrttlnj
i:....rv .lav I frit )!
lietter, then I cmuu
light diet. Then I lk' '
i.i.i.. i. miii .iid in the 01
. .i l,ol. flrh." '
1 liegall lo mi prove ,rw
rrv am 1 irvriiii - .i
lets.' and I frit that I "I'l
to leave off medicine .
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w iin. ..... - .
umen any nir.ii.oe -- ...-.ri
i-i -- I ran eat
h much a. I want and
hurt, me a particle." Goldf '
There no alcohol in
in.1 I li-overv ." and it l I""" '
cocaine, ami all other naicoW
. u iv THR POCI1
A li"i.i f ffllrtOef '
may innin a ucriotu los o
the same way Willi n -
it may mean a serioin l0-0',..,)
vigor. Ir. Pierce's Cc.mmo
ical Adviser trachr ho
health, as well h w r -ease.
This bulky hook, con-l.
large pages, is sent
stamp., to pay eipense ot n
Send u one-cent stamp i
cloth-Uiiind, r only J' Tlfujl
laajk III pap-r cover.
Pierce, Uuflalo, N. Y.
cents, jest ii uij.i you ar,'
sure to coi.liiiuo
To rvyuriino'liito thow; who ro pnrlial
to the. uiA of atomizers in n'plying 1 1 j u i . In
into tho nasal f nshiites for c.nturrhal Irmu
bl; the proprietors pr'-paro Cream ilul,,, i
liquid form, which will bo known as Fly's
Liquid Cream Jialm. Prion including t,
ijimyinRtulie i. 7". cents. I)rui;ijiHts or by
mail. 'Ihe lirpiid form embodiea' tlie med
icinal properties of tho .olid preparation.
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The University of Oregon j-
EUGENE, OREGON. j
l ie 1'irst .Semi Htfr, Session IOIIL'-Ii, opens Wednesday. Septcm!"''
lollowing Schools ami Colleges aie comprised in the UnivcrsilV'
flehool. College of l.ileratuie. Science and Arts. College of
J'.ngiui'ering-IJiiiversity Academy Schools of Music. Medici"
Tiiil,,., Free ,eiepi,K In Hchoolsof l.aw. Meilieb,, .Music Irici.l--' " '
Htu.'euls-ltrvly tt l-'.rmper year. Cost of I .ivinir Iloo. to . l"t ye.
logue, amiress, KF.oiKritAa ok thk Iivkkhtv, Kiji.kni!, (Ikkuos
....UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MUSIC
flvv. t i. .... Irv'n 1. llrn, A. M. Dr.. , I
M r a "i1 ' . M'l."dvllollH,.l..,'ek, J.;s. lly. (ior.atoski,HrliWr"' ' V
, rin.er a year. Willi W li Nash V() U.K. JU" r-'"
Th'K'iL v't-1 r,l,.M'"' Mu' VIOLIN. Mr. 1 I. Pipe.. H'iz"'
iMfcUKY; Mis. Kvahiiiinon, Mrs kose Mhlgley llnllenlieck. 'Teri""