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OREGON CITY ENTERPRISE, FRIDAY, AUGUST 28, 1003
rinr. and nna May rick I p Mttw
Jupiter Is minli the biggest member
Of the family of stars which revolve,
iiound our sun; consequently tlio pow-
l of his uttriiciiou Is greater than tint 1
wwimI. for Instmuv. hv the earth
Jupiic-r'a exploits us a burglar have
rauscd very considerable annoyance
ami Im-onwnieinv to astronomers In
the days before his powers wore fnlly
In 1770 there nppcatvd a fine comet,
which was found to have au elliptic..'
erhit roiiiul the sun of no comparatively
small a slic- that Mr. Lexell. Its dlsoov
crvr, calculated It would ivturn In flvs
and a half years, but In 177S telescopes
wore valuly focused on too spot whew
It was expected to reappear, and again
Jn 17S1 It dlsapivMtited all olmwni
Mr. Lexell plunged Into fresh calcula
tions and after much research found
that Jupiter was the culprit. The un
fortunate cornel had been rash enough
,..u.os- .mo iu. s,.u,.re 01 me trmiu
planet' attraction, with the result that
It had leon completely diverted from
its former orbit and flung off Into quite
different one of a twenty year period.
It has never leen seen again by any
one on this earth and prohablv never
Jupiter waa also responsible for the
elelay which occurred in the return of
that splendid visitant known aa Hal
ley's comet. Halley found that he was
not the first discoverer of this big com
et It had appeared at least twice pre
viously, once seventy-five years before
and again seventy -six years before that.
The astronomer concluded that there
would be a further delay In Its third
return and predicted that Its next ap
pearance would be 518 days later. He
did not live to see it. But In 1758. the
year he had prophesied for Its reap
pearance, astronomers were waiting
HUMORS OF MUSICAL LIFE.
Asiaainc Iranka the Erratic Trpei
riayed With a fompoarr.
Miss Maude Valerie White, author of
numerous popular songs. b:;s told a
number of anecdotes, many of them at
her own expense. I suppose, she once
wrote in the Corn !i 111 Magazine, all !
composers have had a laugh over the
extraordinary mistakes which some
times occur in the first proofs of their
songs. I remember years a?o writing
a very sentimental soug, lu which the
Tve never once regretted the vow I maJe
My feelings may be Imagined when I
found they had printed
Tve never one regretted the row I maJe
Miss White also told about an amus
ing mistake which occurred in the pro
gramme of one of her com-erts: A
well known singer and very good friend
of mine was down to sing my two
songs, "To Marry" and "Crabbed Age
and Youth." But the newspaper an
nounced something very different. .Not
content with drawing up a programme
of my concert, it drew up a programme
of my future, for I read as follows:
To Marry Maude Valeria Whit
Crabbed Age and Youth.
As I am a good many years older than
the friend in qnestion, the coincidence
truck me as particularly funny, and
I cut the programme out of the news
paper and sent it to him. By the first
mail next morning I received an Iden
tical cutting from him, with an Inquiry
whether he was to take this as a form
al announcement of our engagement
and expressing a mild surprise that he
had not been consulted In the matter.
He Knew Sir Walter Scott.
In a booklet called "Sir Walter Scott
and Ills Country" published in Edin
burgh the author quotes this reminis
cence from an old man he met who had
known the romancer:
"Aye," he minded Sir Walter fine.
aeen him driving out in his carriage
and pair, wi' Tom Purdie on the box
seat. He had on a shepherd's tartan
plaid and a glengarry cap wl' twa
black ribbons hanging doon the back.
I mind hla dowg tae Malda, he ca'd it
and an awfu' work he made ower the
beast. But he was as pleasant a man
as you could speak to, though he wasnu
thought muckle of aa a pleader when
they made him ahlrra o' Selkirk. Is It
his bulks you're Rpelring on? Ou, aye,
ye U find a his bulks ben the boose.'
Carved on the Tomb of Ingalla,
Thia extract from Ingalls' essay on
"Grass" la carved on the glacial bowl
der which marks his last resting place:
"When the fitful fever is ended and the
foolish wrangle of the market and fo
rum ia closed grass heals over the
scars which our descent into the bosom
of the earth has made, and the carpet
of the infant becomes the blanket of
the dead. Kansas City Star.
Cash Before Fame.
"Why don't you try to write
name on the scroll of fame?"
"ify friend," said Senator Sorghum
very earnestly, "I hare never yet seen
anybody tearing leaflets out of the
acroll of fame and getting them cashed
at the bank." Philadelphia Inquirer.
Tonng Bride I'm so nervous.
Matrimonial Veteran You'll get over
It dear. Why, when I first began get
ting married I thought I should never
atop having altar fright Baltimore
When a man meets his wife In a raU
iwd station he never knows whether
to kiss her before all the people or to
pretend that he Is Just a friend of the
family. New York Press.
A man's strength develops when he
has something to do, not when La Is
Idle. Atchlaon Glob,
CANAL TKEATT IS REJECTED.
Colombia U I'nanlmon
Panama Canal Tieatv.
The state ilepwrtinent hiui received a
cablegram from Minister Itcaupre at Ho-
1 10'' ,ie "t111 ' I'niWHi States
Colombia, etntini; that the senate had
unanimously rejected the Pauim canal
treaty that waa being negotiated with the
The vote of the Colombian aenato waa
unanimous agaiust the treaty.
There is reason to suppose that the
majority of the senate retards the
Spooner amendment to build by the
Nicaraguao route, if the I'auaina route
were rejected bv Colombia, as a mere
threat oo the part of the United Mates.
They are convinced that the N'icarauuati
project is impossible, and that the Unit
ed States will again deal with Colom
bia. The rejection is a heavy blow to prop
erty owners on the is;hnius, who have
- ! Jj?"J 'li' k L'"'T, ,,W ,ro,",el,,
j Uih authorities on the isthmus ex-
: pret8 ihe opinion that President Uoose
velt may insist on Die right of the Unite J
Mates to purchase the canal enterprise
from the French company, Colombia
having sanctioned the sale, and take im
mediate steps to show Colombia that the
United States is determed to go through
with the project, at the same lime in
forming the Colombian government
that the obstacles in the way of the
transfer, via., the questions of money
and the sovereignty and jurisdiction
over the property involved, etc,, are
questions lor subsequent settlement and
possible arbitration at the Hague.
Others think that Colombia will soon
recognize the seriousness ol her mis
take In not ratifying the treaty, as the
United States and Kuropean nations
will lose no time in enforcing their
claims on Colombia.
IfWItt l the -inie.
Wben you go to buy Witch Hazel Salve
look for the name PeWitt on every box.
The pure, unadulterated Wi'ch Hazel is
nsed in making IV Witt's Witch Hazel
Salve, which is the best salvo in the
world for cuts, burns, bruises, boils,
eczema and piles, the popularity of
j DeWitt'e Witch Hazel Salve, due "to its
I many cures, has caused numerous worth
j less counterfeits to be pljced on the
I market. The genuine bears the name of
h. C. Deitt & CO., Chicago. Sold bv
KEAl EM ATE TKASM'EltH.
Famished Every Week by lite ITjukii
mas Abstract A Trut Company.
V Hume to C R Johnson, lot 12,
blk J8. Oswego I
F . Northrup to 'V. A Johnson, lot
lo, blk 13, lot IS. blk M, Oswego
FBRilev to E A Johnson, lots 5
and 6, blk 31, Oswego
R Kelland to C W Kelland et al,
115 acres in M Brown cl, 3 1 e. . .
W T Smith to S Smith, 5L' acres of
lots 1 and 2, sec 3 4 4 e
Wm Blount to K L Sabine, se of
sec 3b, 1 2 e
T A Blair et al to A E Nicholson
eJ4' of cl 45, 6 1 e
J R Menafee to W J Liddall, pari
of lot 4, Pleasant Hill Park
J W Meldrutn to N Sladen, 7 acrea
in Rinearson cl
WA Hedges to A C Cassedy se of
ne and tie of m, 35 a 2 4 e. . '. . . ..
A M Taylor to T tiartwein Be of ne
of sec 22 4 3 e 115
E Hicenbothom to C Hicenrxiihom
sw of ew and lots 3, 4 and 5. sec
Hi, nw of nw, and lots 4, 5 and 9
J S Yoder to K L Stewart "2 acrea
in se of sec 5 t 5 s r 1 e. 45f)0
J R Lewis to J A Seltzer n' of ne
& e! of nw of sec 22 t 4 a r 4 e. .
M J Ball to I) W Feehy H of 5 acs
in sec 5 t 2 s r 2 e ....
A Beers tto L B Ciark ne of se of sec
5 t 3 s'r 1 e
M Lindorf to G Wills part of Kel
logg cl t 2 s r 2 e
E F Riley to J M Snyder lots CI,C2,"
K, 7'J & 80 Milwaiuie
I J Cassell to A Cassell part of blk 3
G Rutter to W J Powell 21 acres in
nec 31 t 2 s r 1 e... .
F W Freidrick to C T Brodger lots
B F Swope et al to P Scholz part of
Fisher cl t 2 s r 2 e
P J Scholz to E L Morely same
C M Demmer to II Sander lots 23
& 2 Minthorn
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TRUST CO. are the owners of the copy
right to the Thorne system of tistrac
indexes, for Clackamas county, and t.ave
the only complete set of abstra -ts in the
county, can furnish information as to
title to land at once, on app.ication.
Loans, investments, real estate abstracts.
etc. Office over Bank of Oreiron Citv.
Call and investigate.
i:at All You Want.
Persons troubled with indigestion or
Dyspepsia can eat all they want if tliev
take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. This rem
edy prepares the stomach for the recep
tion, detention, digestion and assimila
tion of all of tbe wholesome food that
may be eaten, and enables the digestive
organs to transform the same into the
tbe kind of blood that gives health and
strength, bold by Geo. A. Harding.
ftlgbt Work at Right Prices.
High grade artistic work at reasonable
prices is tbe explanation for the great
amount of job work that tbe Enterprise
office is turning out daily. This office is
better prepared than ever before to do
all kinds of job work at prices entirely
consistent with first class service and a
recognition of the union scale of wages
that is being paid for labor. This office
again this year headquarters for boo
check printing and all kinds of printing
required uy uop ana iruit men. We are
also better prepared than ever before to
do all manner of job work, commercial
and book printing, business stationery,
carus, uance invitations, programs etc.
We respectfully solicit work of this
character and desire at all times to figure
with any one desiring printing of any
kind. If your work is done at the En
terprise office it is done right and will
give satisfaction. Give ua a trial.
The Columbia Hirer Seen . from
"Kegnla'or ,lni Fcurlm steamer,"
It i a custom to apply fan Iful titles to
American rivers, mountain and lakes in
simile to those of other conr.triea. Thus
of j we hear of
The A mericM n Khine,"
The Switzerland of America," "The
American Alps," and soon, and here on
the maguilicent Columbia Kiver, in all
its wealth of scenery, we may find an
other Khine. The towering enow-eaped
mountains, gorges, ravines, water-falls
and even cataract duplicate and even
excel the famous scenery of Sw itzerland,
and for the desire) of being able to say
"When I was abroad" thousands of
Americans are willing to le Ignorant of
their ow n country in not seeing some of
the finest scenery of the world as is here
on the Columbia.
In a tour of the West it is the thing to
do, and the one thin not to le missed
the voyage on the Columbia river Iw
tween Portland and Tile Pallea that is
made in one day 's davlight on board of
the siileudid boa's of the Kegulator Line,
ahid the people of Oregon and Washing
ton should make it a point to remind
their friends that are coming from the
Fast not to miss making a trip on this
Your ardiuit admirer makes the trip
up and down both ways, on the boats,
as It givea opportunity to pay leisurely
attention to both sides of the rivet and
for the views ahead on the going and le
mming voyage. Hut the man in a hurry
may go up on the boat, returning by
rail, or vice versa, or the passenger
west bound may leave the train at The
Dalles and go down the Columbia rivet
l by bout to Portland.
The Kegulator Line palatial excursion
steamer "Bailey tiatzert" letves Port
land every morning (except Monday) at
8:80 to Cascade Locks and return, right
in the heart of the Cascade Mountains,
affording an excellent one day trip to
view the niNgmhYent scenery anil also
enjoy the exhilarating ride through the
famous rapid of the Cascades, returning
arrive in Portland about 7 l'. M.
The round trip fare to Cascade Locks
is 1 1 50, round trip to The Dalles $ ,').
one way fate from Portland to The Dalles
or vice versa $1.,V. The meals are ex
cellent and served on all steamers of this
WEEKLY KU'ORI- Of t IMII'S
" ' '
lsued !j Edward A. Heals of I'.
Depu'tineiit of Agriculture.
The first half of the week was warm
...i .1. t.. .11 ...... i ... .
j niri vii in nil m'n lull, niiud up laiier
pari was cooi everywnere, wi;n gixxl
rains west of t'ie Cascade Mountains,
but none of consequence in the eastern
part of the state. The rains did no dam
age to grain in h'hx k, and they were of
gre.t benefit to pasture, clover, corn,
late potatoes and gardens. The cloudi
ness was unfavorable for hops, as it
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Sued to anv ifreat extent and the tiron. :
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.rmV . '"'""T"1 ""P."-I
I 'king will become general in a couple ,
o, yr... u ,e grower, are now en-
at:iii iininin nji nun miri.
The grain harvest is drawing to a close
and threshing is now well advanced.
Wheat and burlev yields are above the
average in the Willamette valley, and
oals are a splendid crop. Fast of Hie
Cascade Mountains wheat, barley and
oats are yielding well, but falling below
last year's returns. The quality of all
small grain is better than last year.
Migar tieeis, where well cultivated,
are doing finely, but this crop n.-eda !
more rain. Corn has made excellent '
advancement iluring the week. Consid- I
erabie complaint is made of blight affect- !
the late riotatixii in TilUinix.k .ml '
Clatsop counties, but elsewhere they are
doing nicely. Prunes have not alto
gether ceased dropping, but many trees
have all tht-y can carry, and the crop, as
a whole, will be a big one. Apples are
doing well. liartlett pears give promise,
of large returns.
Miss Ida. M. Snyder,
Trrninrvr of Hip
Brooklyn l.iwt t ml Art inb.
.... . .
11 women would pay more attention to
ineir neaun we would havt more happy
wlvei, mothers and dau htm mml if ih.u
would obwrve reiulu thtv wnnM ii,i
that the doctors' pretcrintioni tin iw.i
perform the many curei they are iven
credit for. 3
In contultinff with
vlitd McElree'i Wine of Cardui and Thed
ford's Black-Uramjht, and so I took it and
have every reaion to thank him for a new
life opened up to me with rettnrrrl h..,l.h
tnd it only took three monthi to cure me."
Wine of Cardui is a reiulafomf tt,
menstrual functions and i a r,i,,.i
tonishing tonic for women. It cures
scanty, sunnrfswd. toofn.
ular and painful nienstruation, falling
of the womb, whit and fhJing. It
is helpful when approachinK woman
hood, during pregnancy, after child
birth and in chanie of lif... It tru.
qiiently brings a dear baby to homes
that have h-n barri.n f,,r i,.-.ra A II
druroists have L00 bottle of Wine
How it Is Made or Marrod.
"Pier I nothing more subtle than
woman! beauty. It rhulrt all attempts
to eimlvre it A woman may have the
measurements and lines of the Medietas
Venus and yet lack beauty. Or she ma
defy artistic standards and be known
everywhere aa a Ivnutiful womau. There
la, however, one kind of beauty which la
recognised by all anil which is every
woman's dower, a beauty to which the
French have given the name of " The
Beauty of Youth. Many a time we
turn to watch some sweet, young girt,
Impressed by her leauty. Hut if we
ana! vie the tK-aoty wc liud It is made up
1 of smooth skin, clear completion, bright
eye, ruddy lips aud rounded contour,
that beauty ouht to last always. But
soon we see It fade. The young
wile looks ut hrr yellow kiu, aunkcu
cheeks ami hollow t-yes and marvel at
her own falling oil.' Ami the younger
girls still retaining the lx-uuty of youth
wonder "what her hiisluiiiil could have
seen attractive in her," not knowing that
it will be tlu ir turn to fade very two.
HOW To KHKP liliAlTV.
Ill order to preserve l!ii teiiuty of
youth, to retain the charm of sweetnrna
and freshness which belongs to maiden
hood, the prt-rcquikite is to understand
that the chief too of woman's Ix-nuty is
womanly ill-health. Young women are
oftrn very careless of thrinielvrs. The
temptation of the dance, or of the sleigh
ride overrules their prudence, ufld the
ult u aupptrvaon aud prrhap. irregu.
"ily- Tllls ly the l-eg.niiing of
' -i , i .. . N . 6 .
wxwse evus, ana yel tun uloue u sui-
fident to steal the fr.-hn,vi from the
(lct. The MomaIlly hrM) ,,,,, 1jc
protectcl with the utmost care and the
brat symptom of derangement or disraxe
should be met by the Use of Dr. Tierce's
I will always recommend Dr. I'ierre's
Favorite I'rcacriptiuti, 't'.oldcn Medical
Discovery and ' 1'lc.is.nit Pellets,' for
they cured me when doctor and other
medicines failed," writes Mrs. Mary E.
Lewis, of Tanner, C.ihncr Co., W. Va.
"For fifteen years I suffered untold
miu-m U-l.n I , Ii .l;.... n.
Pierce's medicines, I had given up all
hrm nl u.r .iii,. ,n i ...... i.f
lie down to elecp. and everything I ate
would almost cramp me to death Was
very nervous aud could .hardly walk
cross the rtxmt. only wtiehtJ nmely
Pounds when I commenced takim' tee
mtdicints , how weigh me hundred
14 forty p4rmnd. and am hai'ini; belter
elth than tttr before. My frxmds all
Ebery smoker of 'Recruit 5c
cigars has an opportunity to
share in the cash offer
m v they ct hardly Mbw fkM im Vu
titm ferum; after tuJk j long
1 havt than era to b ritntt mini rosy
ikrtked. I have taken fifteen bottles ol
' Inscription,' fifteen of the ' Discovery '
and fifteen of the ' l'rljela.' I know thai
If It bad not leen for your medicine I
would not have been living to day,"
Dr. Pierce's l'avoiile Piracrition la a
womau's medicine. iLis not offered aa
a cure-all but it la roiitidently recoin
mended a a sure ami aufe remedy (or
all those (liseiutcs of women which are
curable by the use of medicine. II
establishes regularity, dries the drains
whivll destroy the strength and beauty
of women, heals Inflammation and ul
ceration and cuie female wtakueaa. It
i the lieat preparative for motherhood,
giving grvut strength and elasticity to
theoigum of inutci nit V, and making the
baby's advent piactically lstiiilraa.
"tlHTTINil VlU'NO AOAIN.'
It I one of the triumphs of Favorite
Prescription that its results are so
palpably and visibly real. The cure vt
womanly dlnraari by this medicine is
proved by the gain In flesh ami weight,
tiy the tetot anon of youthful freshiiru,
by the renewed strength ami ambition,
and by all the outward and visible signs
of robust health.
"I eujoy gixxl health; thanks to
Ir. Ptrrce's 1-avonte Prescription ami
'Goldeu Medical Dim ovrry," wtitea Mr
J. J. Schnetyer, ol Potltiac, Livingston
Co., 111. "Have taken sis bottle of each
kind. I wa taken sick last 1'ebruat)
and the doctors here called It 1 Grip ' J
lay for four weeks in bed, and when I got
up I found I had 'displacement ' I Had
uch ache aud poine in my back aud
limbs, could not stand any length ol
time. knew that our ktmt dottot
uvuld instil tht first thtni
on list examination, ana
that 1 uvuld not lubmn
to, unless 1 was danger
ously sui, and then ti
uvuld be Ud late. It any
one had told me youi
tiiediciue would do me tn
much gia I would bav
said, 'Oh DO, uot lha
much good.' I can sat
truly 1 waa surprised ai
the lienefit I recrlved. An
old inriid ol uiiue wild to
me, 'Why, what Is tbr
matter with you, you atr
vetting so young again ' r
I told her I bail tnkcu six
bottle of Dr. Pierce'a medicine, an.'
that if she would do likewise she would
feel ten year younger, too."
There one cluusc in Mr Sx hnetyer's
letter, which voices the sentiment of
thoumiiid of sriuilive women, "turn
that our hom doctor would insist the
first thtnx on an examination, and that
UKiutd not submit to, unlets I nj dan
rervusly suk, and then it uvuld be too
late to do any good
Many a woman in jut such a cae.
realising the danger .lie runs yet neg
lects medical treatment because she
shrink from the indelicate question
ings, the offensive rxamiuatloiia and
ohiioxioii local trrutments which Um
home physician often thinks ueieaaary.
A WAV OCT
of this difficulty ia oprnrd for wometi by
Dr. Pierce'a iuvitalioti to consult him bv
Utter, tee. All corresMin tcnee ia held
aa strictly confidential, aud the written
confidences of women are guarded by
the same professional privacy obaerved
by Dr. IScrce in personal consultations
with women ut the InvaluU' Hotel and
fctirgicul Intitute, buffalo, N.Y. Address
lr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
THK FAMILY miKSD.
A. L. Amen-l. of Newfield. V Paso
Co., Colo., Mys : "We bnve studied the I
Medical Adviser thoroughly, and when I
anything is the nuitter with any of out i
large family the first thing we do ia to
see what the lxik says,"
Dr. Pierre's Common Sens Medical
Adviser, containing HmH large pages and
over 70D illustrations, ia aeiit per on
receipt of st. mips to pay expense of null
ing only. Send i oue-cnt stamps lot
the cloth-ImiiiikI volume, or only ai
stamps for the book In paper-owveis.
Address Dr. R. V. Plerc. Buffalo, N V
1 1 VI J wxixMikmam.
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with all roirlht.ru I'acilln Ualna to ur (ruin
in r am or moiiihi roluta.
Al Portland with all trains leaving t'nloa
At Astoria with I. K. ,t N. (Vslmaiasnl
rail line, ami Hisamer T. J. 1'iiti.r, to ln,i
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A naa of l.ak.
Tom-1 asked old (Joldman for hU
daughter Inst night.
Tom-Well, It wa what you mlfht
call a run of link. I gut away.-Ei.
Charll--Mow- In th world, r,wga,
do you iiiiiiiiigii to see with that aldgl
eyeglass of yours?
(inwgo- My dear felliih, I see with
the other eye Hun I'rnnclsco Wasp.
"Kallh. Mrs. ti'llurn. how d' ye till
tldm tw In iipnrrt?"
"Aw-, 't Is nly 1 stick in finger In
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tt's . JlolKeJ' Uiiid,J-m?itii
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Vertlmi It fMI.IS) rN-wlngMiiebllie for
l-O.im, 'l lilakltiil of u litiK (tine call
U Ixuight from us or an v of our
tlcal. ru fnuu f l i.(X)to (H.W.
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Tim l't tlclcriiiliica the atrctigth or
Wiiikni-wi of rWIng Miu liliica, The
Ionlil I'rrtl i-oiiibin.,1 wlih other
strong Hints iiuiki-a the -w lloiuo
thu lx-t N-wIiik Mu I1I110 to buy,
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