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ENTERPRISE, FRIDAY SEPTKMUKU 190:,.
CLACKAn.VS COUNTY COURT
Business Transacted at Regular Sep
tember Term. '
v continued irom last week.)
1; t!u matter of communication ol 0.
P. t. Hummer (or tax revision. Order
ed refereiHo Hoar lot Equalination.
In the matter of subscriptions to Viola
road improvement." Ordered that parties
presenting subscriptions be notified to
collect same and pay it in to County
In the matter of Aurora Electric Light
Company, lor permission to erect poles
between Aurora and Barbw. Ordered
that petition be granted.
Iu the matter of application of com
mittee of Lewis A Clark Centennial for
an appropriation. Ordered that petition
In the matt r of the petition ot'John
Stewart for return of money paid for tax
certificate. Ordered that petition be
In the matter of the petition of Wm.
Mouenson for lease cf part of Butte
Creek lor logging purposes. Ordered
that petition be laidoveruntil November
In the matter ol the resignation of J.
8. Birdsall, supervisor of District Xo 5.
Oi'lered that said resignation be accept
ed upon full settlement of accounts and
turning over county property to his
Iu the matter of the application of
Mrs. S. E. Valentine for county assist
ance. Ordered that said application be
In the matter of the petition of theEast
ern Investment Co. lor return of amount
paid for tax certificate. Ordered that
petition be denied,
In the matter of the petition of U. .
Stone for re-issne of county warrant lost
or destroyed in M'Ji. Ordered that sild
m.i"er be laid ver to ascertain facts in
counectiou with same.
In the matter of Beeson bridge. Or.
dercd that bridge be removed, culvert
ten feet wide be constructed, till made
where it is a five per cent grade, and old
plank placed as covering on fill made.
In the matter of fixing the turn in the
Highland road. Ordered that Supervis
or jdiannon be instructed to plank same,
said plank not to exceed 4000 feet.
In the matter of the bridge at Fisher's
mill. Ordered that Supervisor of district
X j. 12, put in five new stringer on said
In the matter of aid to Thomas Jones.
Ordered that said matter be referred to
commissioners Killen A Brobet.
In the matter of subscription work on
Clarks and Bottemiller road. Or ered
that bid of Mr. Cummins to famish the
lumber on said road for $6.25 per thous
and feet be accepted and 6600 leet of lx
10 for stringers and 93o00 feet of 3x8 for
covering be purchased and placed npjn
said road. Koad to be 8 feet wide
In the matter of county charges Mr.
and Mrs. Mahan. Ordered that they be
moved from Mr. Ingles to the residence
of Mrs. Hailey. She to recieved $25 per
month for their care, and the moving to
be left with Commissioner Brobst.
In the matter of the petition of road
Supervisor Wagner for help to lay down
plank donated by Proctor A Beers. Or
dered that said petition be granted in ac
cordance with said petition.
In the matter of bridge near Polk
Gribbles, Referre I to Commissioner
Killen with power toaU.
In the matter of the care of D. W.
Mortimore, countv charge. Ordered
that he be placed in charge of J. Is. Mc
Comb. In the matter of the hill on Graham
Ferry and WilsoDville road. Ordered
referred to Commissioner Brobst to as
certain what is necessary to be done.
In the matter of the appointment of
Sol. Walker and Henry Scott, as deputy
sheriffs. Appointments confirmed, to
serve without pay other that fees collect
ed for services rendered.
In the matter of aid to Mrs. Emma
German and W. T. Tinsley, county
charges. Ordered that until further
or ers of this court assistance to said
charges be discontinued, and warrant
'o 14206 issved to said Emma German
In the matter of supplies furnished
Goe. F. Qrowley an indigent person, a
resident of Polk county. Ordered that
said claims be certified to county court
of said county for settlement.
In the matter of the Perdue and
Struthers road re-survey Ordered that
said road be opened on line of re-survey
and expense account be allowed as
John W. Meldrum, 4 days 4fj miles.. $24
Bud Thompson, 2 " 4
G H Robbios, 2 " 4
K K Graham, 2 " 4
A P Schneider 2 "' 4
In the matter'of the Eagen and Gar
rett road. Ordered that Commissioners
Kiilen 4 Brobst investigate and re
port. In the matter of the High bridge on
Clackamas river, roads to Firwood, Eagle
Creek and Bjrings, Ordered that
action on same be referred to Commis
sioners Killen A Hrobst to visit on Thurs
day September 17th to investigate con
ditions of said bridge and roads.
In the matter of claims of J. Tamblyn
and others for 15 cents per load for
gravel. Ordered that said claimant be
allowed five cents per load.
In the matter of aasessement roll for
year 1903. It appearing from the cer
tificate of the Board of Equalization that
the assessment rolls have been examin
ed by said board and all comlaints heard
errors corrected where found and all
matters completed in accordance with
law, and all mattert in connection with
the same beinf regular :
It is ordered that said assessment rolls
be now closed.
A Certain Cure for yetery
"Some years ago I was one of a party
that intended making a long bicycle
trip," says F. L. Taylor, of New Albany,
Bradford County, Pa. "I was taken
suddenly with diarrhoea, and was about
to give up the trip, when editor Ward, of
the Laceyville Messenger, suggested that
I take a dose of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. I pur
chased a bottle and took two doses, one
before starting and one on the route. 1
made the trip successfully and never felt
any 111 effect. Again last summer I was
almost completely utn down with an at
tack of dysentery". I liought a bottle of
this same remedv and this time one doso
cured me." Sold bv G. A. Harding,
RK.U EMM I E Tli AMM EKS.
EuruUlied Ever j Week by the Cliickii
mas Abstract A Trust Company.
L J'artlemay to E II ltnighardt, SO v
acres in section 14. t 2 a r ;i e $ 2.')
J llarnsbnrger to 1. Telt'oid, 1 acie
in Lee CI, t 1 s r Se 1"0
S b Hoop to B Koop, all interest
in estate of S G Koop l.'tO
A M Askins to tl M Clancev, lot 8,
blk 4, West Side Add 250
A L Beatie to R B lu-atie, interest
in W acres in BestieCI 121
J K (1 inkle to A T Winches, lots 1,
2. 3, 4, t, 10, H, in blk 12, Canby 1
R r'oruisr to L Bartlemay, l4 acres
in sec 14, t 2srSe 20
F E Kruse to C W Kruse, IS4;, acrs
in sec 0, t 2 s r 3 e "33
G W Stapleton to J II Stickney, 6
acre in CI 4S, t 2 s r 1 e 3000
II E Scotlins et al to C J Seoltins, s4
interest in 40 acres in CI 38, t S s,
M Gohistine to F O'Xiel, lOae.vs in
sec 25, t 2 s r 2 e
K K Uilev to E G Lowe, lots 2i) and
30, blk 14 Minthorn 20
Willamette Falls Co to G H Rogers
1.11 acres in tract P W F KW
G A Barton to E Hubbard, 14 acres
in sec 7, t 2 s r 3 e 000
L P Williams to Win R Dutcher, e
s of sw of sec 20. I 4 s r 3 e 1
L 1 Mumpower to W E Mmupower
20 acres in Win Arthur CI 1000
F W Torgler to R W Thomas, lots 7
and S blk 43, Oswego Id2
FL Roberts to C Weigant, el of
nw'4 of ne'4 A sw'4 ol nw'.,, sec
7, I3sr5e 12S0
N R Lang to T L Charman. trustee,
part of S Oregon City, No 1 & 2... 1
S S Walker to A Hupp, part of blk
43, Clackamas Heights lt'0
THE CLACKAMAS ABSTRACT A
TKL'ST CO. are the owners of the copy
right to the Thorne system of i strac
indexes, for Clackamas county, -ind ..ave
the only complete set of abstracts in the
couuty, can furnish informatio i as to
title to land at once, on app.ication.
nanri mvMinipnis. rexi esiaie AOHirHcis.
etc. Office over Bank of Oregon City,
VICTIMS OF . , .
Pompeii nil Her- u"
Only Cllie 11 ii::-, i"...r
The road out of . : -
vlus Is the sai. ii' r i;,.' i'.m, i
to reach Pompeii. vn
go up the inoi::i;.wn i
the Pompeii roud :U K' i. ' ..
ern city which nvcr.i.- i . - i i . i:
Apropos of these two leu! t"vv. !
la remarkable how iiimiiv p.Ki;i!e V
Of them us the only buried eiti i:i il.
Vicinity. In fact, there are many.
It may not be u!iin:oros..!ig to iiientior
them. Next to the tw familiar one
the one whose name Is most frequently
heard Is StabUe. Then there are Cu
m:', the oldest Greek colony in Italy;
Bala?, a watering place, resort of the
Roman swells In the first year of our
Lord; Purthenope, I'ulieopolis and Ne
apolls, three buried cities lying under
modern Naples, from the laat of which
It took its name; Dikearcbla (latpr call
ed Puteoli, now l'cjezuoll), another
Greek city of large wealth and with
much commerce; Capua, one of the
great military poets of ancient Rome,
now covered by a modern city, also a
garrison, and Sueola, whowe medici
nal springs held high repute among the
gouty epicures of the Roman time.
Cataclysmic have been the earth's
throes around that laboring monster
Vesuvius, for some of these buried cit
ies, which were great seaports 2,000
years ago, are now far Inland. On the
other bund, offshore at Bala? you may
look down from a boat when in smooth
water and discover ancient houses and
streets far below you at the bottom of
the sea. Some of these buried cities
were much larger and more Important
places than either Pompeii or Hercula
neum, yet to many travelers their
names seem unfamiliar. Argonaut
Mrs. LauraL S. Webb,
Tlr-PrMllet Wroiii' ritio
crstle ClulM ol onliern OMo.
"I irttitd the change of life which
wu fast approaching. I noticed Wine
of Cardui, and decided to try a bot
tle. I experienced some relief the
Tint month, to I kept on taking it for
three months and now I menstruate
with no pain and I shall take it off ana"
on now until I have passed the climax."
Female weakness, disordered
menses, falling of the womb and
ovarian troubled do not wear off.
Theyfollow awoman tothechange
of li'fe. Do not wait but take Wine
of Cardui now and avoid the trou
ble. Wine of Cardui never fail
to benefit a suffering woman of
any age. Wine of Cardui relieved
Mrs. Webb when she wa in dan
ger. When yon come to the change
of life Mrs. Webb's letter will
mean more to you than it does
now. But you may now avoid the
suffering she endured. Druggists
sell fl bottles of Wine of Cardui.
LIFE BY THE CLOCK
Doing Thin n Tlir Vy .' ,
rteil in llnnaerou Kitrrniva. I
All eminent' physician at u reivtit
gathering of his profession dlnvted ;
notice afresh to the dully tension under
which most Amei leans do their wori. .'
We rise on time, he remarked, In the
morning, v hoi her by tin alarm cluck, I
by the call of n servant or by habit, eat !
breakfast uud lead the paper on time. I
clock In every room and a watch fie 1
Hiiently In our baud. We then, on time. ;
liuvt otlhv and outside engagements. .
alw ays pnvoiislderlng the aTliouiit of j
time that will lie required and timing
the uext engagement accordingly. Of
ten we subdivide this time nnd note by
our watches exactly how long we can
discuss a subject.
IVubtless punctuality Is a virtue.
Doubt lean also the practice of doing
thing exactly on time has won for us
as a people a large measure of Indus
trial success. But. carried to an ex
treme, as It often Is, It Is swearhig to
the Individual. The people whose
nerves break down from exhaustion
Incident to overwork are often not so
much the victims of overwork as th
habit of compressing every bit of work
within prearranged limits of time. Let
any one trv the experiment of doing a
I given piece of work steadily and with
application, but without noticing ty
bis watch or clock how mwh time he is
consuming, and he will ho amaxed to
find how much easier It will go than
when he Is timing himself and schem
ing to bring the prescribed task within
a fixed number of minutes.
We know a great deal more about
sanitary matters than our fathers and
grandfathers knew. We have hunted
down microbes. We have comis-ted
serums. Diseases which were once re
garded as visitations of Providence we
now know to be preventable, anil we
take suitable iiiuhik of preventing
them. All these discoveries and new
reiiHslles ought to diminish the death
rite and to promote longevity. They
have not done so. as a matter of fact.
Perhaps they might do so If they had a
fair chance. The trouble is that along
with these devices for lengthening life
we are adopting; practices which tend
to shorten it. One of the most wear
lug of these Is the habit of bringing all
details of our work within exact time
limits. Boston Transcript.
The clii'inlcnl font- nrc
nearer nkln i
to the vltnl force than to the physlci!
A body wclKhlni; one pouud ou earth
would wel'h twenty-seven and a half
poiind.s upon the hum.
The tncchnnlcal force of tho ound
emitted from 5.UiU)0 to 10.0im.t)
cornets would einial but one horw
The highest upcvd which matter has
been known to reach U Unit attained
by the eruption of liydroc-n nnd other
gnses from the mm. which 1 at time
several hundred miles a mvond.
The Htnr Slrlun. which is nhown to be
about double the Hlze of our mm. emits
from forty to (dxty fold more llcht than
the sun owlnc to Its matter being much
Two hundred and eighty Ktnrs north
of 20 declension have a velocity
through space of twenty miles per s--ond.
The speed of our solar system U
but 12.4 miles per second.
The most delicate scale Is made by
Axing one end of a fine thread of glass.
The atom to be weighed Is placed at the
free end and the degree of the bending
of the thread under It noted. This hat
to be done under a glass which magni
fies a hundred times.
Jadurd hj Him Voice,
One day Sir Algernon West, a weK
known member of pnrllament from
London, was observed by one of the
doorkeepers talking to a gentleman
who had a rasping, raucous voice and a
demonstrative, excited manner. While
the conversation was In progress Sir
Algernon received the card of another
member of parliament ami an Intima
tion that Its owner wlshedto see blm.
"Sorry; I'm engaged," was the answer.
Next moment up came another carl
from a well known peer. Again ar.
apology was returned. In another min
ute the doorkeeper came carrying a
huge card and snylng that the lord
mayor and sheriffs of London wished
very urgently to see Sir Algernon. The
latte excused himself from the gentle
man with whom he was conversing.
This was too Important to resist.
"There ain't nobody here," whispered
the doorkeeper when he got the mem
ber outside, "only I was afraid a mad
man had been shown In to you by nils
take, and I wanted to warn you."
The Parson's Idea.
"Parson," said the colored brother,
"don't you think dat by dls thne de
place what Satan live at orter be chock
"Well," replied the parson, "'cordln'
ter all human calkerlatlons hit orter
be, but you kin depen' on one thing."
"En what's datr
"Satan ain't gwlne let 'em fool him
In de real estate boslnesa en gobble up
de outlyin coal lan's whilst dey'a one
Inner lef In de worrr Atlanta Con
atntton. A Waiter Itmsila,
"I never could understand," began
the cheerful Idiot, who bad just been
listening to a dissertation on poisonous
"Never could understand what?" put
In the rubberneck.
"I never could fully understand why
a rubber shoe wasn't entitled to be
called a water moccasin." Baltimore
A person who cannot argue la like a
person who cannot chew. lie swallows
toe farts of life unprepared for diges
tion. Philadelphia Press.
AM'KcLililo Pn'pnrotioafor As
slmilatinfi ilicrixxlainllKiila -tmg
ttic Stomachs ami Howls of
ni'ss awl Host .Contains lU'UIrr
Opluni.Mort'him' nor Miiu'raL
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Aporfccl Itcmcily forConstiv
Hon, Sour Stonvtrh.Di.vrlkVA
iVornw .( 'oiiwilsions .Kowrish
iu-ss niul Lt)ss or Sleei.
Facsimile Sitlonlurt of
The Columbia Chir rii from u
"Ht'ciilu'or Mm' Hcurliu Strainer."
Il It ctiHtoiu to apply (mm Kill titli to
Aoo-ncti nvi-m, moiintitliih mid Ukei in
simile to those of other com irirs. Thus
W1 ber ol "The Ainencin liliine.",
' The SMiUerlmid ol Americn, "The i
Auiericitli AlpK," sad so on, slid here on I
the iiHtiiiiticeiit ('oliiiuhi Kiver, in nil'
its wealth of scenery, we msy Hud n-I
oilier Rhine. The towering sunwcapiieil :
inoiintMins, gorges, rsvini-s, w ttt.-t - f ,t I In
ami even cuurm-ls ilupllcs'e and even I
excel the famous scenery of ilzerUnd,
and lor !be ile-ire ol tieing sble to ssy
"Whin I Hhroitl" tlioimsiids of.
Ainerii sns lire willing to be itinoranl of j
their own country in not seeiux soiiim ol
the finest ncenery of the world as is here i
oil the Col ii in bis.
In a lour of the West it is the thing to
do, and the one iIiiiik not to be minm-d '
the voysge on the Coluinhia river be-!
teeu rortland and T.'ie Dalles that is
uuile in one day's ilavligbt on board of:
the siileudid boa's of ibe Ki-ttulutor Line, ;
ami the people of I lieKoii and Washing- !
ton should make il a point to remind j
their friends thsl are coiiilliir Irom the.
Kasl uot to iiiihs making a trip on this
besiitilul river. j
Your ardent admirer makes the trip!
up ami down both ways, on the bonis,!
as it nives opiKirliiiilty lo pay leimnely ,
attention to both sides of the river and
for the views ahead on the going and ite j
turning voyage. Hut the in.ni iu a hurry !
may go up on the boat, letiirinng by!
rail, or vice versa, or the passengers
west bound may leave the train at Ibe
Dalles and ito down the Columbia rivei
by hoat to I'ortlaml.
The Regulator I. me palatini excursion
steamer "Uailey liat.erl" leives rort
land every morning 'except Monday) at
H :M to Cascade Locks ami return, right
in the heart of the Casrxdu Mountains,
affording an excellent one day trip lo
View the magnificent scenery Hint also
enjoy the exhilarating ride through the
famous rapids of the (cascades, reluming
arrive in rortland about 7 I'. M.
The round trip fare to Ciixcade Lncki
is $1.50, round trip to The D.tiles fJ .,
one way fate from Portland to The Dalles
or vice veriii fl.oO. The meals are ex
cellent and served on all steamers of this
"SMART SET FlilENDSHIPS.
Thrr t'aunlly llnve I'arpoae,
rial, I'ollllenl ir Fluaurlal.
There urn friends In what Is labeled
"the smart set" whose motto In life
would appear to be, "linnlsh dull care."
These ure the people who give those
cheerful dinners when; nobody cares a
rsp for precedence. Everybody takes
his affinity In to dinner. The host starts
off with the prettiest girl, and the host
ess Is takeu down by some beardless
boy. It Is Lllicrty hall, with nicknames
for all present, abundance of "chaff"
and stories something more than risky.
They are all great friends, of course,
and call each other "denr things" and
know exactly how much la meant by
that, while they smile sweetly and say
"Cat!" In conniption with most of them
behind their backs. Few of these so
called friendships In society are made
without a purpose, either political, so
cial or financial. The peeress wants a
"Up" from the millionaire, either a
Stock Exchange tip or one affecting
eotn or copper or whatesrer hia special
ttae may be. Our "nice" friends are
nice In so far as they are useful to us.
At the same time, In Justice to society,
It ought to be pointed out that no one
a taken In by these Interested friend
ships. The people who only make
friends calculating how much they will
benefit thereby are seen through by ev
rybody and disliked so openly that
only their toadies fall to let them see It
Take the Enterprise fifty-two weeks
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CHICOI'tE FALLS, MASS.
Right Work at Klglit Trices.
High grade artistic work at reasonable
prices Is the explanation for the great
amount of job work that the Knterpriae
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 wagea
that is being paid for labor. This oflice
is again this year headquarters tor bop
check printing and all kinds of printing
required by bop and fruit men. We are
also better prepared than ever before to
do all manner of job work, commercial
and book printing, business stationery,
cards, dance 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 us a trial.
School books and school supplies at
Charman A Co. the leading druggists
0. R. 8t fi.
Oregon Short Lino
and Union Pacific
THREE TRAIN, TO THE EAST
Through rullniMii utmidnrd and Tour
lt ulci ping earn daily to innh, (Chicago
Hpoknne; tourist idccping ci daily to
Kuti- I'lty; tliroiigli l ullinaii tonrli
iilerpiiig cr (M-r.ntly conducted)
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C.elirtat Mlliccs, 11. C. Ca M I'UKt.t.,
1'ortlitnd, tire, Manager.
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To Axoria a- -I a- i 'lay.
Portland to Chicago
No Change of Cars. Tickets rast
via all rai or Isiat and rail via Port
land. SCHEDULES OF TIME
sillTIIKin I'ACinf RAILWAY
NoUTII Hot Ml.
:K) a. in.
0::".' a. m. (Albany Isal)
0:10 p. in.
oi'Tit nor nil
il:'."2 a. iu.
4 ;M p. in. (Albany bs'0
11:14 p. in.
Daily River Excursions
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beats I'll UT LAN 11
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7 fl A. M.
1 .w P. M.
4 .HJ "
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3 no V. M:
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Orrgmi ( llr Trn"irtUoii Co.
Ketiirn trip good on Kloclrin Lino.
I.. Uwis. Coinni'l Agt., Hi Alder St..
rortland, Ore. Write for the novel and
catchy Seuside pamphlet, just issued,
telling all about Summer (iirls, Sea Ser-m-iiIs
and SiliinetH at Seaside.
COLUMBIA RIVER SCENERY
Portland and The Dalles
ALL WAY LANIUNUH
"liiiiley Outzert" "Ih1:h City"
Connecting at Lyle, Wash., with the
Columbia Kiver and Northern Ky. for
Nakkeasus, Daly, Centervillo, Uoldun
dalu and all Clicketat Valley oints.
Kteamer leaves Portland dally (except
Sunday) for The Dalles 7 a. m., arrives
The Dalles 0 J.:W p. in. ; steamer connects
with C. It. A N. train at Lyle for Ool
demlale. Steamer loaves The Dales
daily (except Sunday) for Cortland at
7:.'l0a. in., arrives Portland II p. m. ;
C. It. A N. train leaving (ioldendale at
0:15 connect with the steamer for Port
land. Htr "Metlako" makes daily round
trips between Caicade Locks and The
Dalles; leaves Locks 0 a. in., returns
I) p. m.
The Palitial Steamer "Ilailsy Oatiart"
leaves Po.tland daily (except Monday)
8:,'10a. in., Sundays 9 a. m., for Cascade
Icki and return, affording an excellent
opportunity to view the scenery af the
Kxcsllent meals served on all steamers
Pine accommodations for teams and
For detailed Information of rates,
berth reservations, railroad and stage
connections write to or call upon S. Mc
donald, ai;ont. Alder street wharf, or
II. C. CAM PKKLL, Manager,
Bn th lb Kind Yon Hap Alwart Bcttfl