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OREGON CITY KNTKIU'RISL, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1903
SYou'r Banking ?;
No matter how Bniall
no mutter how largo,
will give it careful at
tention. Thin message
applies to thy men and
the women alike.
I Ih'wi earriiir about 170 liums. Tim rout
In '21 inlli'K IfitiK m lis ha travttlwl total
ol Xlfi'M inilfi. Mr. I'dwhII littn iniHRHil
only low I k y h ol the entire Iiiiih lis hss
BITVUll DlM-llll'ltMltly N Oil Ol Ulll'l Halll'S
mail rarrli-r no lm Ik h(m In sHvinir h
I J bus Irnvulcil at Ii-hhI :tll,(XK) un bin lot rnnr
I'msil mule. The (liHtiincn In ciiiuI lo
! ouch around (tin worlil m 1 hIioiiI twice
1 across tin, Unitml Male in addition.
Kim Thai iikk'a I'lciiim Mim Ada
II. Iti-dwi'll hiiiI MinsMracn Troynr took
the HHiniiiHiloii before County Siipfrin
ttindmil .inner till week for twsclier's
tmrmits. loth spplicsnt were success
fill ml (lis dtistrnd permits were granted.
Not Yorwu Mkh Tin Tm Tbere in
credible rumor current that in alter
cation took place in tlm Molalla country
Unt week. ror once, at least, so tbe re
port oe, the psrtlrs to tlm dilllculty
were out from smonx tha young men of
the community, hut, 'on 'the contrary,
were twn ploneiir ami respected citizens,
Oregon City Hnterprisc
TOLD IN SIDEHEADS.
Homk Hchooi. Notks. Mrs. L. W. Mo
Adams Iim returned from an extended
vlilt In Massachusetts snd has assumed
the prinrialship of the Kastliam schoul
to which iihe was recently elected by the
Oreuon (Jltr school bostd, l'rof. J. J.
Clark, of Woodhiirn, ha been elected
principal of the Manitum achool. Minn
Kstclla It. Kechey will le li the lifter
o(au school this winter.
ItoimiiT Hi.odiii Stock. Sheriff J.
It. Shavrr attended the fair at Salem
Mveral day Isst week hut he did nut no
tu aie the rare alone. While there he
invented in neveral head of fin hlondnd
stock that will tm placed on Ilia lrit
farm in the Molalla district. Sheriff
Shaver purchased valuable bull from
the llerelord herd of Sparki, of Keno,
Nevada, and a I no two blooded he ilers
from the benl of Jack Spawn, of North
(Iottiii Won(i Oamk. While Carl
Horn and Johnnie Adams, armed with a
21!ialiler rifle, were ivarchinir for eats
laal Saturday afternoon, the rifle la the
handa of Adama wai accidentally din
chanted and the bullet entered Horn's
lev unt below the knee The physicians
who were called bad tome diflicully in
location tha leaden niieele. While the
wound in rather nrloua, it la not consid
ered necessarily den-eroue.
Nrw Ihswiess Horse.-An announce
ment to the (Htople of Ori'tion City. We
have opened a new and complete line of
groceries, consisting l everything usual
ly kept in a Ural claim grocery. Uoods
ileliverixl free to any part of the city.
We respectfully eollctl a share of your
patronise. A well pleased customer ii
our lient advertisement. Give lis a trial
order. Yotira for low tiricea. J. E.
Seeley. Orange Front, Beveotb atreet,
New Ticaciikh Kucticii. MlasCassle
Katon baa been elected a teacher in the
Kastliam achool to succeed Min Julia
Prentiss, who resinned. Thia makes a
lullcorps ol teacheri in the Oregon City
schools, for genuine proficiency as edit
c a torn the patrons of the Oregon City
schools are to b congratulated on the
compeU-nt force of Itwtructors that were
this year engtgetl by the board of school
Madk Monky 1'iukinu Hofs. Last
week we mentioned s family nicking
bops in this vicinity, the menbers of
which pulled out with 82. This week
we sre told by Cbss. ilecke, Sr., that s
family, comUtlniJOf man, wife and three
girls, the oldest being 14 years, who.
after picking bops nine days in Henry
llecke's yard, left for their home in Port
land with to their credit. Aurora
Tin Thus Hahvsht. County Clerk
Sleight nd Attorney Franklin T. Urif
Iltb, of the Willamette Fruit Company,
auent Hundav at the company's large
evaporator near Canny where good prog
ress is being iimde in the curing of the
large crop of Italians. Mr. Sleight says
this fruit Ibis y"r is o( larfie size snd
splendid quality and the harvesting of
the crop will be practically finished by
Monday. The company's evaporator,
which is lielieved to be the largest of Its
kind In the state, has been accommodat
ing daily from IKK) to 700 bushels of
prunes. The Willamette Fruit Company
owns shout twenty acres of Italian
prunes and controls the crop of several
acres in addition thereto.
A Makiuauk Fiikmic There was
snlliciiint evidence adduced at the court
house last Monday morning to convince
County Clerk Sleight that the county
was threatened w ith an epidemic of the
matrimonial fever. Four timorous pros
pective grooms-men called at the clerk s
ollice in close succession, each making
application for the requisite marriage
license that alone wan ensmitial to sub
sequent happiness. The parties to ac
commodated weie: Kuby lygrt and
W. J. Thompson; Hoe Wilkin and
Louis Loedtermuier; Jennie Nelson and
Chas. Frank Hauch; Bertha. A. Trull
ingerand Win. Hayward. Mihs i kin
is sged but 17 years and the consent of
her father was required before the license
Tbavki.d 30,000 Mu ss. During the
pant three and one-half years, hrsnk
i'owell, now ansistant postmaater of tins
city, has traveled at leant 30,000 m.los
here in Linn county, says the Albany
Herald. That statement sounds remsrii
able, but it is nevertheless true. Mr.
I'owell has been the efficient mail carrier
on rural free delivery route No. 1 for the
past three years and nine months, ne
covered the root six days of every week,
to traveled the distance since be has
Hatiiuky Was Damaokd. Thomas
Urown, who is in charge ol Hie Salmon
river butchery, was in the city lint Sat
unlay and rr-xrtinl that extensive dam
sith reunited at the hatchery during the
week ss a roimeqneuce of the freshet.
The majority of the racks were wanlied
as far down the river a Sandy, where
they were recovered. The work of the
plant will he seriously interrupted for
about a week.
SUFFERED 25 YEARS
With Catarrh of tho Stomach
ConitreMinan Ilotklnjf YlnDeld, Kan.
Was Skvxkki v KcAi.dko Minn Kl
mira (ilnther, who is employed at the
Portland lloune, a local lodging bonne,
was badly scalded last Saturday morn
ing. She was working about the kitchen
stove and, stumbling, fell against the
stove and to the floor, at the same time
overturning a vessel filled with boiling
water, the contents of it falling upon the
woman's face and breast. She wss se
verely burned but will recover. lJr. C.
A. Bluart was called and promptly re
lieved the suffnrvr.
Oiikoon City Took ihk (Jams In a
game of good inUirent Sunday afternoon
at Caneinah 1'ark, the Oregon City1 nine
defeated by the score of 3 lo 2 a 1'ortland
team that was cmnoned of the em
ployees of Allen & l.cm, the wholesale
grocers. The game wan of exceeding in
terest. Long, of Caneinah, pitched the
home team to a victory. The Sunday
before the same team from Portland de
feated the Oregon City West Side playert
by a larger score.
Foh a Fisiiway. Uids were opened by
Fish Warden Van lusen Monday after
noon for the construction of a linhway in
the Willamette river over the Oregon
City falls for which an appropriation of
50il0 was msde by the last Legislature,
The bids received were as follows;
Krnest I'. Kands, Oregon City, t'-WO;
Harry Haxter, Oregon City, 12800; II.
Jones snd O. Tonkin, Oregon City, $.1045;
Johnson A Andrews, Oregon City, WltHo;
lscohan-Bade Company, Portland,
f.SM. The bids will be submitted to
ttis State Board of Fish Commissioners
at its next meeting. Mr. Hands, Wing
the lowest bidder, will likely be awarded
In a recent letter to Dr. Ilartman,
Congressman Hot kin says:
"My Dear Doctor It glvee me pleas
ure to certify to the excellent curative
qualities of your modlclncs Perunsand
Mnnalln. I have been aflllcUxI more or
lens for a quarter of a century with ca-
i turrh of the stomach and .constipation.
A residence In W suhlnglon bas Increased
theno troubles. A fow bottle of your
modlclno bavo given me almost com
pleta relief, and 1 am sure that a contin
uation of ihum will effect a permanent
cure." J. D. Hotkln.
Mr. L. F. Vcrdcry, a prominent real
tato agent, of Augusta, Oa..' wrltesj
" have been m great iufferer from
catarrhal dyspeptla, I tried many phy
tklana, vhJted a good many springs,
but I believe Peruiia bat done more
tor me than all ol the above put
together. I teel like a new penun.''
L. F. Verdery.
The most common form of summer
catarrh is catarrh of the stomach. This
Is generally known aMdyHpcpsia. I'crnna
cures those cases like magic.
If you do not derive prompt and sstis
factory results from the use of Peruna,
write at once to Dr. Ilartman, giving a
full statement of your case, and bo will
bo pleased to give you bis Taluable so
Address Dr. Ilartman, President of
lbs HartiuauS aniurium, Columbus, (X
Thought Hi Was Jasns ChMist. La
boring under the balnrlnation that he it
Jesus Christ's temporal representative
and impersonator, lieorge II. Meecben,
a stringer, was committed to the state
inssne asylum Monday. Meecben it aged
42 years and is believed to be a transient
in these psrts. He was taken Into cus
tody by Chief of Police Burns Monday.
Hatlets and barefooted, Meecben, carry
ing bit bat, coat and thoes under bit
arm, was walking up towards Salem on
the railroad track when arrested. He
alto had a quantity ol herbs aad fir
bought on which be claims to have sub
sisted (or seversl weeks. Meechen wss
taken to the asylum by Sheriff Shaver
Will Go Into Rubinkhs. W. E. Mar
shall, who for a number of years bas
been employed at Huntley Bros.' drug
store, bss resigned his position with that
firm and purchased the interest of Geo.
Patterson in the general merchandise
Arm of Marshall and Patterson of High
land. Will expects to sever bis connec
tion with the Oregon City firm October 1
and will go af once lo Highland and take
up the business with bis brother, Ralph
Marshall. Will bas many friendt in this
city who, while they regret to have him
leave the FallsCity.are generous in tbeir
Iwsf wishes for bit unbounded success in
the new businest venture. Being de
leaving of good success and possessed of
the tort of material that succeeds, Mr.
Marshall will undoubtedly attain in full
degree the success hoped for.
It ivd lilt Leg.
P. A. Danforth of LaGrange, Oa , suf
fered for six months with a frightful run
ning sore on bis leg; but writes that
Bucklen's Arnica Salve wholly cured it
in five days. For Ulcers, Wounds, Tiles,
it's the best salve in the world. Cure
guaranteed. Only 25cts. Sold by Char
man 4 Co.. druggists.
Attiik Molalla Minks. Frank Welsh
returned Saturday from the Molalla min
ing district in the vicinity of Ogle Creek,
where he has been doing some extensive
tracing, lie reports that the recently
dincovered ledge containing rich deposits
of gold extends for about four miles in
the direction of the Santiam mining conn
try. This revelation strengthens the be
i. ..i n.ot n, m Iml.-B in this countv is but a
continuation of the Santiam mineral
proxies. Mr. Welsh bronglit dsck
with him some fine samples of gold that
were taken from the ledge. Associated
with Mr. Welsh in the ownership of
these properties are Linnwood E. Jones,
C. W. Kelly and many other Oregon
City people who have sufficient faith in
the genuineness of the discoveries al
ready made that tboy have staked out a
number of additional claims.
The IJenuhic rn. Counterfeit.
The genuine is always better than a
counterfeit, but the truth of this state
ment is never more forcibly realized or
more thoroughly appreciated than when
you compare the gebuine DeWilt a itch
Hazel Salve with the many counterfeits
and worthless substitutes that are on the
market. W. 8. Ledbetter, of Shreve
port, La., says: "After using numerous
other remedies without benefit, one box
ofDeWlU's Witch Harel 6alve cured
me." For blind, bleeding, itching and
protruding piles no remedy is equal to
DeWitt's Witch Hsuel Salve. Sold by
Q. A. Harding.
If vou don't get the Enterprise yon
don't get the news.
DO YOU GET UP
WITH A LAME BACK?
Kidney Trouble Hakes You Miserable.
Almost everybody who reads the news
papers is sure to know of the wonderful
cures maae oy ur.
the treat kldnev. liver
l and bladder remedy.
K ll is ma great medi
cal triumph of the nine
teenth century; dis
covered after years of
scientific research by
Dr. Kilmer, the emi
nent kidney and blad
der specialist, and Is
wonderfully successful In promptly curing
lame back, kidney, bladder, uric acid trou
bles and Bright's Disease, which is the worst
form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root Is not rec
ommended for everything but if you have kid
ney, liver or bladder trouble It will be found
Just the remedy you need. It has been tested
in so many ways, in hospital work, in private
practice, among the helpless too poor to pur
chase relief and has proved so successful In
every case that a special arrangement has
been made by which all readers of this paper
who have not already tried it, may have a
sample bottle sent free by mail, also a book
telling more about Swamp-Root and how to
find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble.
When writing mention reading this generous
offer In this paper and
send your address to
Dr. Kilmer 8tCo.,Blng-
hamton, N. Y. The
regular fifty cent and
Home of Swamp-Root.
dollar sixes are sold by all good druggists.
Don't make any mistake, bnt remem
ber the name.Swamp-Root, Dr. Kilmer's
t;wamp-Root, and the address, Bing
bamton, N. Y., on every bottle.
We nave just received an elegant line of Young Men's
and Joys' Clothing in the very latest makes, made by
David M. Pfaelzer & Co., who bear the repu
tation of being the best house in tho country manufac
turing Young Men's and Boy's Clothing.
IT will be to your own interest to look through our immense
stock of clothing for the young fellows before buying
elsewhere. As the overcoat season is drawing
near we take great pleasure in annoncingthat
we have for the coming season the best line
of overcoats that we have ever shown. They
are made by Hart, Schaffner & Marx.
Among them are the L'Aiglon, or water
proof overcoat, the Ryton, which is very
nobby, the Regular, which is just out, and the very latest
Top Coat, which, for dressy appearance, cannot be excelled.
We aim to please you both in the quality of oir good3 and
in price. Drop in and see us some day.
J. m. PRICE
Clothier and Haberdasher
Cor. 6th and Main
OREGON CITY. ORE.
tagfe? and Epf e$,
Freight and parcels delivered
to all parts of the city.
RATES - REASONABLE
lb bfrt geta weary, bnt aerer gets
The only way to hare a friend la to
be one. Emerson.
What we learn with pleasure we ner
er forget Mercler.
Opposition inflames the enthusiast,
never converts bliu. Schiller.
True merit Is llki a r!ver-the deeper
His the less uoise It makes. Iluzlltt.
The rye of the muster will do more
work than Ixttti of his bund. I? rank
Un. Kxpi-Mi'iii-e takes dreadfully lili;li
school wiici's, but be tcuclies like no
Kindness Is tbe only charm fH-rmit-ted
to the ajied; It Is the coquetry of
If we bnd no fulling ourselves we
should not take so much pleasure In
finding out those of others. Rochefou
One Wh Knoach.
"You love my daughter?" said the old
"Love her!" he exclaimed passionate
ly. 'Wny, I could die for her! For on
oft glance from those sweet eyee I
would hurl myself from yonder cliff
and perish, a bleeding, bruised mass,
upon the rocks 200 feet below !"
The old man shook bis head.
'I'm something of a liar myself," he
aid. "and one Is enough for a small
family like mine."
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals
Watches, Clocks, Spectacles
First Class Repairing
All Goods and Work Warranted
E. I. SIAS
Central Home Telephone
OREGON CITY PLANING MILL
All kinds of Building
Material, Sash, Doors
Moulding, Etc. - -
OREGON CITY, ORE.
F. S. BAKER
Enterprise and V. Oregonian $2.
Here Is a Watch
A Good Time Piece
In a Gold Filled Case for $13-00
These Filled Watches are made for sensible folks.
We have them iu large variety and in all sizes.
All are guaranteed to wear from 20 to 25 years, ac
cording to quality.
If you would like to know something about our Filled Watches, come in and
we will explain how they are made.
We have Watches in Nickel Cases from $2.50 up. In Silver Cases from
$6.00 up. In Gold Filled Cases from $12.00 to $35.00. Solid Gold from
$22.00 up. If you need a watch we are sure that we can fit your taste and
your purse. Come in and talk it over.
DID YOU KNOW
That there are just as many styles in
CUT GLASS as in anything else ?
There are and we have
the "latest' and prettiest. J
Have just unpacked some of Libbey's Rich Cut Glass,
which we received direct from their Factory.
After October ist 0urinaDorrtment wi" be
Dr. H. J. INGERSOLL, of Cleveland, Ohio, an Expert Optician
REPAIRING EYE GLASSES AND SPECTACLES
When frames become twisted and bent the true service of glasses is not
obtained because they do not adjust as they should to the Eyes. If your
glasses need straightening come in and we will do it free of charge for you.
We have a complete Repair Shop for Eyeglasses and Spectacles. We
can reset lenses in new frames and our charges are moderate for this work.
If you can not come yourself send your glasses by mail and they will be
promptly cared for.
BURMEISTER & ANDRESEN
The Oregon City Jewelers