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OREGON CITY ENTERPRISE, FRIDAY AUGUST 28, 1903.
Ka. A A A A ft , A A A A
Correspondent ar requested to re
new their work. We will supply all
Decenary stationery. The new from
your neighborhood should appear in
lhee columns every week.
The ruin of Saturday evening lid the
gaidens great deal of good.
Considerable train is out yet,
Several from this part attended the
great Hingling Bros.' show Monday.
Cleat Creek Cieamery hulter is in
great demand. Not one-lialf the demand
foi 'i can be supplied.
Stone postothYe will be discontinued
after August 31. The nulle our late
postmaster wear is worthy of note. We
understand the K. F. D. "starts Septem
William Muinpower made hi family
a fi.; in visit Saturday and Sunday of
last week. He is working do n at Asto
ria. . Misa Flora Miller is visiting her sis
ter, Mrs. F. F. Hatton, tor a month.
Grandpa Miller intends leaving for
Bnx'on, Kansas, the tirot of October.
Theie is no place liie Kansas for him.
Annie Paluieteer visited her father in
rortiaud last week. Mr. Paltneletr
Had the misfortune to get some rihs
John Hatton bas the contract to build
a pew woodshed for the Stone school
Owen Hatton visited bis parents and
friends Sunday and Monday. Owen has
been for several months working in the
logging camps at Ostrander, Wash.
O.'ga Hanson is staying in Oregon City
with Mrs. F. Johnson, takimr music leu.
" My hair came out by the hnd
ful, a:: 4 the gray hairs began to
creep in. I tried Aycr's Hair Vigor,
and it stopped the hair from corn
inn out and restored the color."
Mrs. M. l).Cr.iv, No. Salem, Ms.
THE BROAD JUMPER.
ila Tra.lnln.ar Muat II .yatnlo tm
t;r( hf Heat Hramlta.
Every schoolboy thinks that he can
trond Jump, and so he enn to certain
degree. Hut this event la one which
should be gone at systematically to get
the best result,' The Jumper should
first carefully notice his atrlde on go
ing up to the take off, so that he cuu
mark o(T a distance-say twenty-five
yards hack- ami tiy stepping ou this
murk with one of his foot as he runs
by he will he sure to strike the take off
when he conies to It. The Jumper can
not he sure of get tint; his best effort
Into his Jump unless he la practically
sure of hittinc the take off. After this
has been nciiulrcd the athlete enn get
to w ork.
In this run the Juniper's highest
speed should be reached at about ten
or twelve feet before the take off, so
that he can gather himself for the
Jump. After leaving the take off he
should shoot out and up. He must
have elevation or his efforts will be tn
rain. He should go Into the air at an
angle of at least forty-live degrees. A
good way to get this elevation Is by
placing a hurdle In the Jumping pit
and Jumping over It. The Jumper
should ga'.her himself together as he
goes through the air, and at the finish.
tttst ltefort nttirtirfni Im Kho.lhl fore
himself on bv a spasmodic effort with ,,.M.r s,01- King died August 10 and on
hi. ...,l h.u- Til. !..-. atHL-tt ednesday, August 1;!, her remains
.. , .. ",' . ., ' ,, . were interred in the Koclc Creek i ie-
the ground lit the fart Heat losslhle she leaves a husband, five small
distance. Prnothv will show how far c,itjren, both parent, several sisters
out the feet oil n be thrown without the and brothers besides a number of friends
There's a pleasure in
offering such a prepara
tion as Ayer's Hair V igor.
It gives to all who use it
sueh satisfaction. The
hair becomes thicker,
longer, softer, and more
glossy. And you feel so
secure in using such an
old and reliable prepara
tion. U N a Milt. All aruriKm,
If your ilrucirist cannot apply jrtvii,
semi us ono dooar anil iil eiiTm
you a boltlr. Ili ur anil glta ih nam
ul your urareai eiprvaa .uleti. AiIiik-m,
J. f. A Kit I O., Uiwxll. Maaa.
athlete's falling buck Into the pit. It
must be remembered that the grenter
the speed the farther out the feet can
be thrown with safety. A great deal
of practice is necessary to bvconio a
good broad Jumper, but this Is an
event which It Is not well to practice
too frequently, as It Is very hard on
the legs. The broad Jumper will there
fore not expect to get at bis best dur
ing his first season. G. W. Orton la St
TRAGEDY OF ANIMAL LIFE.
Somrthlnsi Palhrllc In th rarerr (
the Paaamirer TlaTron.
To him who knows the story of the
passenger pigiiMi this group of beauti
ful, grayish brown birds with the lrl-
10 mourn ner loss, I lie bereaved ones
have the sympathy of the entire com
munity. Mrs. Frnk Fish has been very ill but
Mrs. Minnie Haskins, of Portland,
visited with relatives here last week.
Mis F.mma Montandon has returned
from her visit with friends in Portland.
Several of our young
the circus this week.
a-oieau i-ui feature.
The pills that are potent in their action
and pleasant in effect are IWitt'g Little
Early Kisers. W. S. Pbilpot, of Albanv,
Ga., says: "During a bilious attack 'i
took one. Small as it was,, it did me
more good than calomel, blue macs or
anv other pills I ever took and at the
me n it ettected me pleasantly. I V" , . Miss Amelia Molzan, of Portland,
I i: . . . . . . , H.Miimr ,l.n ut.,.,ri niton tliolp ttirni.14 ... ...
V ii a"rn "re certainly an ideal I ' .......... visiting tier parents of this place.
. ?uiu ny ueo. A. Harding. I 19 lut "l,r,i 1,1 " aiiuuiui
. ' life. America was oin'e the land of the'
wild pigeon. Karly American writers
We had quite a little thunder shower
last Saturday, Some were glad to nee it
and others that had not threxhed yet
were not glad so that is the w av ol the
Mrs. Hettman ami Mrs. Hubert ere
the i-ueats of Mrs. E. F. Uiuther last
Misses Lydia and Lottie Hornschuh
were visiting Mies Hazel Ginther tun
day. Henry Ginther and Henry Hettman
spent Sanday with friends at C.rus.
Philip Massinger, who has been work
in in Oregon City, has returned home
Kev. Essin preached an interesting
sermon in the Congregational church
Miss Elnora Ginther has returned
from Long Beach, Wash., and is now
thinking of spending a few weeks with
friends in Oregon City.
Homer Rowans spent Sunday at the
Lome of Fred Moehnae.
David Moehnke called on Miss Ella
One was pale and sallow and the other
fresh and rosy. Whence the difference?
She w ho is bluahing with health uses
Dr. King's New Life Pills to maintain it.
By g'-ritly arousing the lazy orgnns they
compel good digestion and head off cun
stipation. Try them. Only 20c, at
Clmman A Co. Druggist.
Mrs. John Hickman and children have
been ill with throat trouble.
Grandma Batdorf has moved in the
room; over Kcgers store,
O B. Koplin is recovering from a sever-
a'Urk of kidney trouble.
Mr. John Mink and fhj little ones
art visiting at Ciaiskanie.
Mrs. Frank Brown, of Parkular-e. has
11 at the home of her brother. Bird
are full of references to It. Alexander
Wilson, the father of American orni
thology, estimated that a flock seen by
him in lsuS contained over U.UO,0uo
Individuals. It stretched from the ho
rizon to the horizon, as far as the rye
could see, and was over four hours In
passing a given point. lie saw a nest
ing colony forty miles long and several
miles In width.
In 1S05 Audubon saw schooners at
the wharfs Id New York loaded not In
packages, but tn bulk, with wild pi
geons caught up the Hudson river and
sold for a cent nplece. L'p to lSiiO the
bird continued fairly abundant Then
a frightful slaughter begun to supply
an Increased fowl demand. Gun, pole,
club, Det and sulphur pot were cm
ployed. Thirty dozen birds were cap
tured at one spring of the net One
man netted 5uO dozen In one day. In
the nesting season trees were shaken
or felled and wagon loads of squab
taken nightly, droves of hogs being
turned In to utilize whflt the "hunters''
had left Wherever the distracted
flocks appeared the slaughter began.
At the last known large pigeon "nest
ing." in 1S78. a billion bird were killed
during the season. Like the bison. It
was effectually exterminated, showing
the terrible efficiency of man when he
sets out systematically In pursuit of a
lower species. .New York I'ost
Several from this place Mtended the I
Canby picnic last Saturday. ;
K. Fanton is in this hieighbormxxl i
1.....k;.... I ... l: !.... 1 .... i i
bti.roiniiK lank rKtiiKinr, liri mn ntj I -r.
drove in to Joseph Periuger's field he I (J
broke his engine and had to g ) to Port
land for repairs.
John Bums called on his mother last
Sam Wilkorson has leen sick for the
Lvili Johnson is staying with Mrs. J.
A Few Hot Weather
PUT UP AND SI'LL what we
believe to be the BUST HUAHACIII?
Cl'RIi in the world. That l a broad
statement but we really believe it is true.
Wc aic so positive that wr guarantee a
cure, or your money back without a
murmur. The mime of our headache
rem. lv U H. & Js. HEADACHE
TABLETS. The price l Twenty,
live cents a Ihj. If you buy thrm and
they don't riled a cure after taking four
wc want you to come back and get your
twenty-five cents. Wc don't any this
because we think you'll want your
money back but because wc know you
IF YOU ARE TIKF.D After the ride
get a glasa of Soda Water. It's just the
thing to brace you up. It's made of
pure cur I ion a I c.l watrr flavored with
rich fruit juice flavors. Cleanliness is
ok of the good HinU about our soda
and lountain. You cant ripcct to gi t
purr aoda w here everything ia untidy.
IF THE HOT WEATHER HAS
DROUGHT ON MOSQUITOS, Flic,
etc., you can eradicate them with
ROACHINE the only goods that
will call inarcts fiom their nrl and
immediately kill them. It killa Roach
es, lied Hings, Potato lluga, Files, Fleas,
Lice, Spiders, Ants, Carpel Worm, Fleas
oil doga and cula, Lice on horaea, cattle,
fowl and awlne. Price jo eta. per pint
fi.y a gallon.
ON GOING TO HF.l) Take half a
wineglana full of Nllc'a Celery Nervine
During the day take two or three more
iloaes. In a very short time the blood
will be pure; your artile racrtlriit;
your nerves strong; your liver and stom
ach disorder nil gone. It will make the
(K-opIc w ho take it well and strong, Buy
it now. Price one dollar.
THIS IS Tl IK SliASON TO GET
KKADY Fur Hummer Complaint. It ja
decidedly wirr to pay twenty-five criita
in grtting ready than miller reat dis
tress and piiiu and pny big doctor bills
by nelrct. The way to prepare is to
buys Ixiltlc of Blackberry Carminative.
Buy it right now. All forms of aiimuier
complaint have a disngrrrahle habit of
coming whru you are not thinking
alsiut tbeiu; often thry come at night
when the doctor arc all in lcd ami the
ding aturr lioard.
The Point We Want to Emphasize Is
RELIABI L IT Y
It mav sound rgotiitical t" hear a mail praie hiinvlf but that dues not alter fact. A little self pride
is n.l righVJf it is honest. We ak for your trade with the distinct understanding that we a HI try harder to
give ymi satisf.ictlc.il than any other druggist. Wr arc Irving hard to make thi. the best drug .tore c
don I care to be the biggest but the best. '
HOWELL St JONES
CMAMIHIKS MOW I'I.L UNN II. JONIIS
Mr. and Mrs. Draper called on J.
Bums and family Sunday evening.
:.-. Sam Bitd
wi .. ;'r;ii..;.-- from
J;r. and Mrs. Sounders are v;
iter ar.d her children
i'S is enjoving
-: 1 1 1 n z
wi' !. a dau
M mley .Manning is building a new
hou-e on his land ner town.
Uzz:: Shipley rn'ornc-d from a
vitit with friends at Oswego.
1 young folk- of Willamette gave a
gyp-.' party at the spring park Satur
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shipley enter
tained at dinner on Sunday in honor of
ut Very FIllinaT.
Mrs. Andrews was the most conscien
tious visitor of the district, but for va
rious reasons she was not popular
nmoii the poor people whom she
longed to help.
"I don't want to six- that pinked look
Inrr woman In my room iiLMin, nor I
won't:" said the grandmother of the
rnno rn-''-d Palmers.
"I n-nd n.y l;:ide wid the best o'
foIk," went on the old holy, "hut
theri.-'s times for sotue thing's an times
for others, an' that Andrews woman
Is without Uje nse to know the one
from the o!l.,r. What was the motto
she broil',-!, t in yest.-rday. nil In rei and
gold letters, and we with empty stom
achs? 'Be rilled with faith." "
He Won Her.
"She has promised to marry yon, has
she? Did she accept you right off?"
"Oh, no. I had to propone to her
"Foor times! f'racfons, but you were
persevering.' What did she say the
"She said If there wasn't another
man lu the world bat me she wouldn't
"That was pretty strong. What did
she say the second time?"
"She said she liked me pretty well,
but she couldn't think of marrying me,
for she might see some one she liked
"Humph! And the third time?"
"The third time she asked me If I
wanted to tease the life out of her."
"Ha, ha, ha! And the fourth time?"
"Oh, the fourth time she said if I In
slstud upon It she Biipposed she would
have to say yes."
KK.I)l'('F.I) F.XCIUMOX It AT KM.
To (he Seaside and JliuiulaJa Kesorts
The I. s. Dispensatory aay, milium PAR AI.YZKS the motor nerve' aco
nite reduces muscular strength; belladonna produce PARALYTIC symplonir
nyoscyamiw and stramonium are the same a belladonna; opium le-ii the
The Southern Pacific Company has!" J.. '1"" ol tllc i"""- "" ""t ncercisc any curative Influence."
. i i i , , , i 0""'e or inese are rontmnrd in a of the nc cut tiilc mrdii inr
plaeed on sale at very low rates round-) of I'.rij.sa. the ... ...P.... ' ' " J" ' , , .
1 ',!, r.l-i.i.... '. ,:';. '. " o...gg.aiaiu
...c ...Kim m nin, .mug, aay in auiMilauce :
Dr I, C.rtlhn in ? years eijarience I have no knowledge of any medicine
curing piles except your non-narcotic Pile cure. I know it CuK..
H. Tnot T, M. I)., and druggist, Lot Angeles,
i ..'RU-SA cures pile, or f so paid. Worst caw cured with one box. On
Iy reliable up-to-date druggists m-11 ! RU-SA. Viz : Aw.
Jiunr.ui, ji).m;s IICNTI.BV BRO I'll BUS.
A Trlek In Letter Writing-.
"If you are compelled to w rite a let- I
i ter In lead pencil because there U no
I Ink In the house blow your breath oti '
i Uie page tifter ft has been written." !
! said u woman w ho evidently hail tried
j the experiment. "It will prevent blur
I ring after the letter has been folded,
j It moistens the j.-1-aphilo and makes It
j adhere more e.;--'y to tiie paper. Of
trip tickets to the various reaorts along
its lines, and also, in connection wiih
the Corvallis A Kastern Uailroad, to De
troit and the seaside at Yaipiina bay,
latter tickets good for return umil Octo
Three day tick-Is") Yauuiua Bav.
good going Saturdays, returning Mon-
uiiys, are on sale at greatly leiliired rale
from all points Kngeim and North on
both Kast ami West Side Bines, enuhlinu:
people to upend Sunday at the sea-ide.
Very low round trip rates are al-o made
between Portland ami riuac points on
the Southern Pai'ilie, ood iron.ir Satur
days, returning Sunday or Movday, al- '
lowing Portland people to upend Siinday I
in the country and the out of tow n people '
to have the day in Portland. I
Tickets from Portland to Yiopiitm I'.ay
good for return via Albany and Kat Side I
or Corvallis and West Side, a' option of
passenger. Bagiragit cheeked through to I
Newport. A lie feature at Newport!
this year will be an up to date Kinder-!
L'arten in cbarje of un e t,i.rii.i,,i..l CI.,.!
A beautifully illustrated booklet dis
eribing the Hi'iiside renorts on Yapiini
I! ,y ha ls-en puhlislied by the S'.iii Ihtii
l',.e;lie and Corvallis ,t Ivetern I:
C.I-O. A. HARDING.
IX OUR KliKKANT XKW ST0KK
We urn located in our large new stole and with a
larger and more complete i,tock of belter goods, ar
better prepared than ever before to furnish you just
what joii want ut ptiees lower than the lowest.
Main St, OREGON CITY
th ..- -on, George Shiploy and his
coursif you ea:i
bllig It With t!:
for nil pra''ie:,
will be as 1 , - -i ' . J .
im.kir it blur by ruh
tio of lie; linger, but
pui'po-es the words
ih if they had been
written In ink."- .V-'.v York I'ress.
J. M' JCi'Tick returned from a
toS' it'le and Kvcrette, Wnh.
I.-v. jritnm and family returned from
tin.- r outing u' the b-aci. I
She put the book down, with n High.
"What Is It, darling?" he asked.
"Ah, doare-,t, I'm no happy." she replied.
"i::t you I. nd nu h a sad look In your I Baldridje Mrs M
eyi-s ju-t no'.v." j uUrd Mrs lima
"I know. I've hr.i.n reading abou'
the iiiihnpt !i."--s that the wives of men I
Of getillts have i.Iv.'.vh had to bear. I ',U, 'r , L
r.i . ,r , , . . , .1 Delano A 1
.ii!'o. o - ii. i i!i o !:oi your
The following is the lirft of letters re
maining in the puHtoflice. at Oregon City
Ore., on Aug. 27, I'Mi:
WO.MK.N H LIST.
Prior Mrs Mary
BohitiHon Mis Harry
MES S I.IHT.
W w st, ,
ac', - '. i
::. .. . , -
the r-f -.j- -.
cu" -:' : : r . 7:. ... ; .'. '. --
ae:.':. '. .'. :.. ,'.' . '' ;
ex-'-t !:: a ;. . ... ... - ... I-
the I'::'.'.-, t . i- :
or.: cj.-i lr.c:c:::'.r. t;.-. c,-;..;o:a. tut tils
fa.-r.cus rerr.tov c.-'.c i'-.j ch t'cllss
by c.tar.sir.g, purifyi.-.g, vy.'.t:..z ar.d
XrtT.z'.Y.'.r.'.'z the rr.ucous rAx.uujt&Uz
the stomach. t
V.t. S. S. Bill, d RivtwsA, W. Va., 657:
I was troubie-i with tyjr stomach fcr tsver.tjr years,
Kodcl cured ir.9 asd we ar now ustr.g it In rtila
Kodol Digests What You Eat
BbCea only. S 1 .00 S'.ze h-Mfrt 2 mei th trial
size, which acils for 0 cents.
Prvpartsi by E. 0. CsWiTT CO.. CHICAGO
i Duiim.tr Ivldie
' Bail.iv J K
Fiook .1 y
; M-'Donald .1 B
' Mi K'-ver A r'h'ir
Mare -C I!
er . 1! CI,
Miller I tow ard J
I'hillips II J
I'o'Ai-rs 'J' J
Tr,,h:i W ;
j roadn, and can he secured bom any of
' their sgeiiis, or hy iiddres,.ii,j; V. K. Co
: man, (i. P. A., S. P. Co., Portland, or
I'.dwin Stone, Manager (j. & '.. 'k. Bti
Voiirti t nil v ,
W. K. Co-hn,
fien. Pass. Agent.
Oregon lily Market Beporl.
Wheat No. 1, 7rc per biiHhid.
Hour Portland, M "fi per bid. $1 10
Iit-rsk. Howard's Best, fl.(i.i per sack,
Oa'.H in fiielis, DOc percental.
Hay old Timothy, hales, til per Ion
loose, $!) per ton. Clover Jl) ; Oat, $:i ;
mixe'l bay, !)!! ; cheat, ,:i,
hIioiIh, if' 00 per ton
ton, barley, roied, SV-
To.d I'. WI. i"i.
.'I'ltol'S .'0 -,v
Iter I:.o eli
ilo'oriii.i oi)!' ;
if.i "0 pi r tori.
chop, .L'0.(M) per
h0 per ton.
I'n-at r, i:.
ITT-n ni.,n 1- ' !'-.: o or .,.1 kIu
S, (, IloJtLS Or 1....I.II. 31ft a.
......... v j. a
i f',r IvrviMin t.rre.t rat ,.11 ai.,1 11,1 ,11 ., .., ,,f 11, in-neratlK
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y .l.!l -I'Mi, V . : 1 1 1 r 1 1 1 l.rr., Ik Vt-nMl VCrrv f, sslvfl UM
I. i, a 1 l, ( ' .t .,,i;:,M.,t. in,,! I, ,. ,, i v With evi-rf
rur,- or r, l,,r,.1 1 ,. ,n,,, v. v;,,i,i l A 1 .1.0 is r hl.
'i tl, '.IH'.lL CO.. I levulal.d. Otllt
Sale at IICNII.KY'S
2,000 niilcH of fiMtr din
tuticn ti'lcplHiiift uiro in
fornia nii'l I'I.'iIk. nmy in
opcrntiiHi hy U,e racilic
..' e p
r '1 i.ei
rT A ( ' y s
Ihi' : fecfif.ii
the I,i:p(.: i
ture of her
V v '" f
Conrn'e Is tl.n
la a man w hieh
nor tla fri-nds -
t element of nmnhood
never deserts blms"t
t..t .I: :. ..1 ;. .:,!,;.
I It c ir, H '..'.' .r'1, :i '1 ill 1 v a
b:t.j a V. A la too Lead
I Cream Halm Is place, into the iihtr.l',.r,a,ls
j ov:r tl,c n,oiiil,rai,ti arel in ul,"rls ,1. Iti:i,,:f 1h hn
, mflluLe ai.'l a cure foliowa. It is not dryiijy ,1m-
Dot produce rwt7Aii. lTb Hie, 6(j ccuU at liru-
glets or tiy mail; Trial Size, 14 cent.
1 XY BitOTiiiiS, M Wuiti blrwt. New Turk
l.'ve, s:; do to
i'e .V., to (i
v In 1 p, S to 2 per head
veal, drcH.-ed, 7 to 7J..C
j2 per head ; lamb", n:n
1 , I,
I llres-ei, ,,e;
Ileal property and chiflfel morfgago
loans. A butractfl furnished.
G. li. Dimick, Atty. at Law,
Oregon City, Or.
li:.'l. r inn I ho' , ill ai'V
li:, 1 0:11 i are no hilier I0.1.1 i-cr-r.d
n d demand.
'm uieieiiitLetodoin a tlcromdi
Notice ih hereby jve,, that I will np
ply to I 10 city eouncil at the regular
Septemlier meeting for a renowul of my
ppior license at. my present place ,if
buHines" on Main utreet, between Fifth
and Sixth HtreetH. Fhakk Xkiihkn
August 21, V.m.
1 1 ;
I' e j, ,,J I,
Mini .'il.-f.ii l
not be found idler our workman ::'''
through with uj ,banv defniive joints,
leal, y pipes, Ioohc connections or olhet
eviileiieeH of "scamped" work. I'v'rT
part will be perfect, and look perfect,
and when the bill comes in you'll not
auk for any deduction.
F. C. GADKE