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OBEGON CITY ENTERPRISE, FRIDAY OCT. 10, 1903.
CLACKAMAS COINTV COOT
Harness Transacted at Regular
1" Miu matter of warrants for support
of County Poor.
Mr Austen $20 00
J.t,i Avins 8 00
Anderson I) 00
YM Hridgt-s S IX)
O K Hums 5 00
Mi Maria Clark 10 00
W in IVen 6 00
Paul Krevtag IS 00
W r Gardner 10 -0
J M Heckart 8W
J A I ones 6 SO
Vr Krtiger 7 00
King Bohall S 00
I. Mm hereon 7 IX)
V 11 Utoon 8 IHi
(.ins Piikl 10 IX)
A M Shihley 8 00
Mrs Marv Volckers S 00
Mrs Hattie Woods 5 00
J S MoComb 80 00
Clias Ross, indigent soldier 5 00
In the matter of road warrant, Viola
W II Bonnev $3S4 00
V in lrimble" $ 3 50
J T i-'nllam ;fS 75
J R IVering SS IT)
A Peruoy 19 85
Aligns losing 18 (XI
t Schneiter IS 3o
FSi-hneiter 33 75
S Gray 2 25
J K vers 28 tH)
L G Ki'tnour 11 25
C Reed 2ti 02
P R Fowler 22 12
J Tamblvn til 00
II E Hiddleson 22 12
A An'lerson 25 12
J (.i Jones 29 tX)
A A Kenny '. ... 4ti TO
F A Mattoon 9
J .1 Lew is 8 02
H B Hiddleson 3 75
Kne. 4 IX)
L A Yack 2 0:
C K Livesav 74 2:
V H Counsell ' 00
Pi:rict No 2
Si-' A Wing, Bridge 11 S5
W T Trimble 10 00
A Mather 1 60
B J Smith 25 50
Fred Gage.... 8 lti
tieorne smith 3 5i)
CC Jones 9 00
J R Landis 10 (X)
Sam Culver 8 Oil
J D Jones, Roads 30 00
District No 4
G B Linn 8 75
District No 10 J
W R Uatfieid 2 00
Dislrict No 12
Storm A Storm 7 10
J R Carr 3 00
District No 14
CF Gibbs 5 00
CCGibbs 3 00
SD Barney 6 00
W m Vanover 3 00
Dislrict No 16
Mrs J C Newbury 1 50
Chas Bardtel 5 25
Jim Hettinger 4 50
t Veteto 13 10
A Staehely 8 Oil
Mr .neau Z5)
Lii.JYu-y & Son 3 07
John Shannon , 14 00
Moehuke, Heft & Co 29 05
District No 19
Union Mills 26 42
J J Mnllalt 9 00
District No 24
H Osierholz 3 37
J Osterholz 2 70
E A Montandon 8 75
Bauby Lumber Co 13 75
C C M oleon 4 00
District No 25
M M Borkholder 1 50
Ed M Morris 4 00
District No 27 '
Henry Barth E2375
Ju'un Barth ... 5 00
District No. 30
TbomsB Fox $ 9 00
I) H Howell 5 00
District No. 34
DC Shaw 8 75
Jeff Shaw 28 00
Dietrict No. 35
PUllman Andrews 6 00
L Honghlum 7 00
Fred Wagner 12 50
District No. 3
E H Burghardt 2 30
A H Ritzau 6 50
In the matter of the application of
John Shannon, Supervisor District 18,
for nails and powder.
Ordered that said application be
In the matter of bridge on Bradley
and Ricbey road needing repairing.
Ordered ibat Supervisor Linn examine
said bridge and renew planking where
In the matter of the joint bridge across
Ordered that said bridge be accepted
and warrant drawn in favor of Contrac
tor Morris for $265.00, and clerk directed
to forward bill to Marion county for half
of this amount.
In the matter of the application of Mrs
Howlett for county aid.
Ordered that she be allowed f 10.00 for
month of October.
In the matter of the bid of E L Eenegy
of $149 00, for covering the joint bridge
across Butte Creek.
Ordered that same be referred to
county court of Marion county for ap
proval. In the matter of the petition of Mead
Post, G A R for relief to be furnished to
J J Churchill, an indigent soldier.
Ordered that said J J Churchill receive
the sum of $5 per month antil further
In the matter of the petition of Mrs 8
E Valentine for county aid.
Ordered that she be allowed $5 for
month of October.
In the matter of road in District No 4,
changed by railroad company.
Ordered that same be laid over for
In the matter of a bridge in District
Ordered that same be laid over for in
vestigation. In the matter of bridge near Macks
burg. Ordered that same be referred to Com
missioner Killen with power to act.
In the matter of the Oliver Andrews
Ordered that same be laid over for
In the mailer of county aid for Mrs
Miles Rowan, widow of indigent soldier.
Ordered that same be discontinued.
In the mailer of the petition of Clara
O'nte tor county aid.
Ordered that t lara Chute be allowed
$5 for nioiiih of October.
In the matter of the petition of Fred
Brakeluish for a gateway.
Ordered laid over until tomorrow
In the matter of the application
Robert Leslie for county aid.
Ordered that he be granted 8 for the
month of October.
In the matter of the appointment of A
M Shipley, a deputy abend
Ordered that said appointment be con
firmed said deputy to aorve without pay
from Clackamas county.
In the matter of the appointment of a
supervisor in district No 5.
Ordeied that V. H. Boring be ap
pointed supervisor of said Mad district
up n his qualifying lor said otlice.
In the matter of (he petition to rebuild
the Upper Sandy bridge.
Ordered that said matter be laid over
In the mutter of the petition of Fred
Brakebush for a gateway.
Ordered that the board of county road
viewers meet cn the premises of said
Fred Brakebush on October the 2tith,
1903, to view and locate said gateway.
FOR YOUR smut: It VACATION.
Unexcelled train service and cheap
round trip excursion rates ottered by the
A. A C. R. K attract visitors to Clatsop
Beach from all sections, and the many
advantages of Seaside ai-d Gearheart
Park, together with their superior at
tractions, make either of these well
known resorts an ideal place to spend
a day, a week or a month, whether Midl
ine, hunting, surf bathing or in idle rec
reation. Through trains leave L'nion Depot
Portland at S :00 a. tn daily and reach
the ocean at 12:30 p. in. without delays
or transfers en route.
The Portland-Seaside Fast Express
leaves Portland every Saturday at 2:30
p. m. ana reaches liearheart l ark b:40
p. m.. Seaside 0:50 p. m.
This fist and popular train is equipped
with all modern conveniences and its
commo ious coaches and elegant parlor
cars make the journey from Portland to
the ocean one of ease and comfort.
In connection wiih this excellent ser
vice, round trip season excursion tickets
from Portland to all Clatsop and North
Beach points, good to return until Oct.
15th, are sold for $4. Saturday special
round trip excursion tickets between
same points, good to return Sunday ev
ening (2.50. Special Season Commuta
tion tickets, good for dve round trips
from Portland to all Clatsop and North
Beach points, $15. Beach excursion
tickets issued by the O. R. & N. Co. and
Vancouver Trans. Co. will be honored
on trains of this company in either di
rection between Portland and Astoria.
For additional information address J.
O. Mayo, G. F. & P. A. Astoria, of E. L.
Lewis, Comnj'l. Agt., L'48 Alder St.,
Por.land, who will he pleased to mail to
our address copy of the latest Seaside
pamphlet telling all aliout summer girls,
ta serpents and sunsets at heaside.
Toid anil .Not n Toad.
One of tin' qmwst reptile In the
world is the horned toinl of Arizona.
In the first place, though it loiks li'.;e si
toad and Is so called, it Isn't n to;:d nl
all, but a li;::ird. It lives nowhere sive
In the desert and feeds on hard shelled
beetles and other insects.
One of the oddest things about the
creature Is Its way of fighting. Two
horned toads will meet and fight like
bulls by butting, not apparently with
any notion of killing each other, but
each trying to turn Its adversary over.
The toad 'that is finally upset goes
away humiliated and hides himself.
Bertie I don't want to go to bed yet.
sis. I want to see you and Mr. Shep
herd play cards.
Lucie You wicked boy to think we
should do such a thing! We never do It.
Bertie But I heard mamma tell you
to mind how you played your cards
when Mr. Shepherd came!
"Pardon me," said the smiling cus
tomer, "but Is this mineral water
"Not any," replied the fair girl at tht
counter. "You pay the cashier." Bal
Dot; Terr Much Stack t'p.
"What Is the matter with FldoT'
"Oh, isn't it horrid? I gave him to
the laundress to wash, and she starched
" An attack of la grippe left me
with a bad cough. My friends said
I bad consumption. I then tried,
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral and it
cured me promptly."
A. K. Randies, Nokomis, 111.
You forgot to buy a bot
tle of Ayer's Cherry Pec
toral when your cold first
came on, so you let it run
along. Even now, with
all your hard coughing, it
will not disappoint you.
There's a record of sixty
years to fall back on.
Three ilu : 25c., Stc, tl. All rttte.
Couult font i-cuif. If a an Uk it,
thn do u h any. If b i11b y no
to uk It. then oWt tali tt. He kawws.
Inn U wUk rum. We r willing
i . C. Attn CO.. LewaO, SUM.
THE DROAD JUMPER.
olnlnit Mnat He Syatr-matla t
tie! the llent Hranlts.
i:vry scluxilhoy thinks that be can
-.v;d Jump, mid so he cnu to a certain
uogrex lint this event Is one which
should bo j.ono at systematical- to got j
the iM-st iv,i!!s. The Jumper should
tlrst eaiv;'ul!,v notice- his stride on go-1
lug up to the take off, so that he enn !
mark off u distance -any tweiity-tlve !
yard buck and by stepping on this
mark with one of his feet as he runs'
by he will be sure to strike the take off
when he comes to It. The Jumper cnu-1
not bo sure of getting his liest efforts
Into his Jump unless ho Is practically
sure of hitting the take off. After this
has been noiulred the athlete can get
In this rim the Jumper's highest
speed should be reached nt about ten
or twelve feet before tho tnko off, so
that he can gather himself for the
Jump. After leaving the take off ho
should shoot out and up. He must
have elevation or his efforts will be In
vain. He should go Into tho air at an
angle of nt least forty five degrees. A
good way to get this elevation Is by
placing a hurdle In the Jumping pit
and Jumping over It. Tho Jumper
should gather himself together as he
goes through the atr, and at tho finish,
Just before alighting, bo should force
himself on by a spasmodic effort with
his arms and body. Tho legs will strike
the ground at the farthest possible
distance. Practice will show how far
out the feet can be thrown without the
i athlete's falling back Into the pit. It
must be remembered that the greater
the speed the farther out the feet can
be thrown with safety. A great ilea,'
of practice Is necessary to become n
good broad Jumper, but this Is uu
event which It Is not well to practhv
too frequently, as It Is very hard on
the legs. The broad Jumper will there
fore not expect to get nt his best dur
Ing his first season. U. V. Ortou In St.
TRAGEDY OF ANIMAL LIFE.
SomrthlnK Paihrtlo la the Tarerr of
the I'aaaetia-pr I'tiieon.
To him who knows the story of the
passenger pigeou this group of beauti
ful, grayish brown birds with the Iri
descent golden sheen upon their throats
Is the last word of a tragedy of iiiiliiml
life. America was once the land of the
wild pigeon. Early American writers
are full of references to It. Alexander
Wilson, the father of American orni
thology, estimated thut a flock seen by
him In 1SOS contained over 2,000,00i
Individuals. It stretched from the ho
rizon to the horizon, as far as the eye
could see, and was over four hours In
passing a given point Ho, saw a nest
ing colony forty miles long and several
miles in width.
In 1S05 Audubon saw schooners at
the wharfs In New York loaded not In
packages, but In bulk, with wild pi
geons caught up the Hudson river and
sold for a cent apiece. Up to 1800 the
bird continued fairly abundant. Then
a frightful slaughter begnu to supply
an Increased food demand. Gun, pole,
club, net and sulphur pot were em
ployed. Thirty dozen birds were enp
tured at one spring of the net. One
man netted 500 dozen In one day. In
the nesting season trees were shaken
or felled and wagon loads of iiab
taken nightly, droves of hogs being
turned Jn to utilize what the "hunters"
had left. , Wherever the distracted
flocks appeared the slaughter began.
At the lust known large pigeon "nest
ing," In 1S78, a billion birds 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
Not Verr FIIIIiik.
Mrs. Andrews was the most conscien
tious visitor of the district, but for va
rious reasons she was not popular
among the poor people whom she
longed to help.
"I don't want to see that peaked look
ing woman In my room again, nor I
won't!" said the grandmother of the
nine ragged Palmers.
"I read my Bible wld the best o'
folks," went on the old lady, "but
there's times for some things an' times
for others, an' that Andrews woman
is without the sense to know the one
from the other. What was the motto
the brought us yesterday, all In red and
gold letters, and we with empty stom
achs? 'Be filled with falthr"
Youth's Companion. ;
She put the book down, with a sigh.
"What is It, darling?" he asked.
"Ah, dearest, I'm so happy," she re
plied. "But you bad such a sad look In your
eyes Just now."
"I know. I've been reading about
the tinbapplness that the wives of men
of genius have always had to bear.
Oh, Alfred, dear, I'm so glad you're
Just an ordinary plug of fellow!"
"Do you believe men's souls go Into
animals after death?" be asked.
"Well, I sometimes think perhaps
they do," she answered. "There are
tome dogs who wouldn't be as mean ai
they are If it were not for an Influence
Of some kind Inside of them." Chica
A Fair Dedactloa.
Miss Verlsopht Why do you say that
Ulss van Million, who Is to be married
today, la so plain? Do you know her
Miss Terjulce-No; but I notice that
the papers have printed only the pic
ture of her future husband. Judge.
Courage Is that element of manhood
la a man which neyer desert biznisrl
Mr his friends. 8choolmast.
AU'Kdiitile Prepnmlton for As -slmilat
intf the Food ami Ho ula -ling
the Sluuiadis nml lkwvls of
noss ami Uost.Conl.ilns hoIiIkt
Opium, Morphine nor Mineral.
Not Nahc otic.
Mnjr erVJrVKWrt TlPlTCHUt
AporfVcl Remedy forronstipa
lion, Sour Stomach, Diarrtuwi
IVOSS Mid Loss UF SLEEI.
Fac Simile Siy'nnturt or
EXACT COPr OF WRAPPER.
IX OUR ELEGANT NEW STORE
We art Iik'iUhiI In our Urgn new store and with a
larger and more complxltt Hock o( better goods, am
better prepared than ever before to luriiish you Jut
what you want at prices lower than the lowest.
DO YOU RE AD Q
Stnd For Pr SmpU Copy
are no higher than thope in any other
trade, anil our are no higher than see I
vice rendered ilemanilH,
What w e undertake lo do in a thorough
andatiNfrtCtiry mini hit. There will
not be found after our workman get
through with a job any defective jointa,
leaky piien, loose connections or other
evidences of "Hcmnped" work. Kvery
part w ill be perfect, and look perfect
ami when the hill comes in
auk for anv deduction.
i i l
Oregon L'llT Market Report.
Wheat No. 1,72 to 78c per buBhel.
Flour Valley, $4 25 per bbl. Hard
wheat $4.75. Portland, $1.10 per tack ;
Howard's Beat, $1.05 per sack.
Oats in sacks, $1 per cental.
Hay Timothy, baled, $12 per ton
loose, $10 per ton. Clover $9 ; Oat, $9;
mixed hay, $9; cheat, $9.
MillettifjB Bran, $21.00 per ton.
shorts, $21.00 per ton; chop, $20.00 per
ton, barley, rolled, $23.00 per ton,
Potatoes 66c to 70c per sack.
Kggs Oregon, 22Jc to 25c per dozen.
Butter Ranch, 45c to 60c; creamery,
70c per roll.
California onions, $1.00 per cwt.
Dried apples.Gc to 7c per lb.
Prunes, (dried) petite, 3c per lb; Ital
ian, large. 5c per lb. medium, 3c;
Cabbage (new), 40 to 80c per dozen.
Green peas, 3c per pound.
Tomatoes, HO to 35c per box.
Apples, 40c to 60c.
Peaches, 60 to 75c per box.
Cranberries 9jc to 12c a quart.
Dressed chickens, 10 to c per lb.
Livestock and dressed meats; beef,
live, $3.00 to $3.50 per hundred. Hogs,
live 5 to 6 eta; bogs, dressed, 7'c;
sheep, $2 to $2.25 per head ; dressed, 6c ;
veal, dressed, 7 to 8c; lambs, live,
$2 per bead ; lambs, dressed, 6c
Real property and chattel mortgage
loans. Abstracts furnished.
G. B. DiMicsAUy. at Law,
Oregon City, Or.
Babscrib (or the Enterprise
For Infanta rtnd Children.
The Kind You Have
TWl NT A VII IOMMNV, MIW VOM tTV.
Main St., OREGON CITY
It cnutuina NtruriKty Anirrf.
run fdKoriaU. bright, furrin
letter, striking atnrira, rl,
tlriiiuit, tmmic. orirty, ami
army it ml navy ncwi
The Arqonaut Pub. Co.
240 sutter st.
Run Frnndico Cat.
It jimhg men tmf kiwv tb. plaur Mid bn.rll
d rlvMl front Mi u,iW,fiM Hf. Ihry woslil pfuvld
Itnulvn wiih rrlUM. KlllKAUM mud H
lUAfiny In yriem (rum
$2.50 to $150.00
1 hf til dfwWl.
ifMUd la KIIOOT-
1NO. Hnd ! m cupj
Stevens Arms & Tool Co.,
P. O. BOX 3091
CHICOPEE FALLS, MASS.
Astoria & Columbia
River Railroad Co.
Effective D'ly D'ly
July 5, 1902
Lv. Portland .Ar 11 10 9 40
(Joble 10 Of. 8 3ft
... Kainier.... 9 r2 8 20
.. .Pyramid.... 9 : 8 00
.... Mayger .... fl 27 7 54
Quincy .... 9 17 7 40
... Hatnkanle. .. 9 ON 7 H8
...Marshland. .. 8 68 7 28
....Wentport ... 8 4!l 7 17
Clifton 8 a? 7 02
.... Knappa.... 8 PI 6 42
.... Bveruen ... . 8 07 6 32
....John Day ... 7 66 8 20
Ar.. Aatoria. .Lv 7 46 6 10
8 OH IO 00
9 0810 10
9 19 10 21
9 37JI0 :v)
10 00! 1 1 67
10 08,11 10
10 20111 Oft
10 aoiii :o!
11 35 a. m
5 60 p. m
11 30 a. m
8 16 a. m
0 16 a. m
..7 40 a. m
. 4 OOp.m
.10 30 a. m
. 6 60 p. m
.12 30 p. m
. 7 20 p. m
. I Mp.rn
. 60 a. in
2 30 p.m ...
6 00 p.m...
9 40a. m...
All trains make close conrieotioni at Ooble
with all Northern Pacific trains to or from
the Kaat or Hound Point.
At Portland with all trains leaving Union
At Astoria with T. R. A N. Co-'sboaliand
rail line, and Steamer T. J. Potter, to and
from Ilwaoo and North Beach Point.
Ticket office, 255 Morriton at,, and Union
depot. i. C. MAY0,Go. PaU. Agt.
0. R. 8t H-
Oregon Short Lino
and Union Pacific
THREE TRAIN TO THE EAST
Through l'ullmiiu iitniidiird and Tour,
let dlccpiiig cara daily to Oiuiiha, Chicago
MHikmic; tourist itlrriiiiig cars daily lo
Kit itui City; through Pullman touria
alci-ping enra (Mriuully conductrd)
wi-ikly to Chicago, Kaunas City, reclin
ing ciiulrsliM-ttt Ircclo the ut ilully.
riar TIKIC HCIIKUUhKi Aaaivs
CM nag 11 Hall l.nkn, Iienvfr, Ft.
Portland Wurlli.Oiualia.Kaii- M V-
Hi'iH'lal ana ( ilv, HI. I.uilli,
9: JO a. in flilcagii and Kal.
Atlshtlii Sal ,nkc. Ii-iivt. Kl.
M.ri'. Wortli.Oiuaha.Kaii- I0;.UI a, III.
.' 11'.',"! t'Oy. K boun,
k.'ms'i wh. wii-. iji-
11 .. ... . Hpnkane, M Hi- . .
i,f,..il.. HI. Paul, 7 M a. ill.
' ( ini'aiiii and Kant.
l'or drtailrd Information of ratra,
berth reservation etc, cull or write to
agent lit wiirf.
Ci'iu-rul unices, II. C. Cami'Iiki.i.,
Portland, Ore. Malinger.
Ocean and River Schedule
I p. m
All HnlliiiK ilutea lull
1 Ji-el In chaiii;.
Fur -an Krmn-iwM
Hull avery A days
I L III.
H i. 111, :
in p. in.
Tu Aa'oria d Way
4 . 111.
ilay. 70 HOURS
Portland to Chicago
No Change of Citrs. Tickets east
via all mil, or hout and rail via Port
land, SCHEDULES OF TIME
801THF.UX PACIFIC RAILWAY
:00 a. in.
H:'J2 a. m. (Alhany Ixcal)
6:10 p. 111.
; a. 111.
4T)0 p. m, (Alhany Local)
9:11 p. 111.
Daily River Excursions
(iRKtiON CITY II IATH.
IIAII.Y II KI'I'I K .
Fuot Taylor Hi,
M.to A. M.
.1 no p. m;
I Ift "
Lrave OUKIIO.N CITY
Foot Eighth Hi.
7 HO A. M.
I .10 P. M.
4 :m "
!).!' I) TRIP Ift CENTS.
(Iri-ami City TrnnaporliiUon Co.
Kcturii trip good on Klnclric Line.
I, Lcwia, Cuinni'l Agt., "42 Alder St.,
I'nrtlilllil (Iril WrilM fitr )im llttvl anil
catchy HcuHiilo iiaiuphlttt, just insucil,
iciiingaii anoiu niimiunr oirm, huh nor
pclitH ami SuiiHcts at SciiHiilti.
COLUMBIA; RIVER SCENERY
Portland and The Dalles
ALL WAY LANDINGS
"Bailey Gatzert" "Dallos City"
Connecting at Lyle, Waali., with the
Columbia River and Northern Ky. for
Wahkiacua, I)aly,Cnntrville, tiolden
dale and all Clicketat Valley pointx.
Steamer leaves Portland daily (except
Sunday) for The Dalles 7 a. m., arrives
The Dalles 6 :.'10 p. m. ; ateamer connects
with C. li. & N. train at Lyle for (Jol
dondale. Steamer loaves The Dales
daily (except Sunday) for Portland at
7:30 a. m., arrives Portland 0 p. m. ;
C. R. & N. train leaving (ioldtmdale at
6:15 connect with the Bteamer for Port
land. Steamers "Dalles City" and "liailey
Gatzert" leaves Portland 7 a. in., Tues
days, Thursdays and Saturdays (or The
Dalles and way point". Hound trip tick
ets to any landing, 60 cents. "Gatzert"
stops at Vancouver, Cascade Ixicks,
Stevenson, White Salmon, Hood Uiver.
Lyle and The Dalles. All other land
ings made by steamer "Dalles City."
Excellent meal", served on all steamers
Fine accommodations for teams and
For detailed information of rates,
berth reservations, railroad and Stage
connections write to or call upon 8. Mc
donald, agent. Alder street wharf, or
11. O. CAMPBELL, Manager,
iw mi m nasi mn