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OREGON CITY ENTERPRISE, FRIDAY, DKCKMRKH 2:, 11)03
Correepondenta are requested to re
ew their work. We will enpply all
ecesaary stationery. The news from
your neighborhood should appear in
thee columns every week.
Saturday. PiHTmlHT 19, Kettle Creek
(iranne, No. IS'", elected otticere (or the
ensuing term. Master, Chtrle 7,eek, to
Hullno. I ;
Mulino will again live It aay in the1
columns o( uur paper, ,
r.vervbodv haa Ivad cold in thia vicin
ity. Mr. rut Mr. Jitlin Sherman, til Wh
I ington, are visitor here.
Tom Kih i hauling potatoca to Ore
goo City for F. K.rukson.
The dance at Kit. Bowman's Satutday
night wa a decided uccei.
Mr. Veva and Mr. Frank Kinney have
returned home from limits Pa". We
are glad to ee Fomiey once more in our
Miaa Atftie Wallace, who haa leen ah-
auceeed Kd Bate; overKeer. Mr. Addie front home the past five weeka, hat
Marshall, aucveeo nerseit ; lecturer, r.l , returned home to pend Xinaa.
John anil Curtis llelvey, of Carua, were
in our burg Saturday eve".
Bate, mveeds II. S. liiheon; steward.
Homer Itlover, succeeds himself; il
ant 'eard, Joe Bracket!; chaplain,
Mr lilover, to succeed V. II. H. Wa)e;
tteastirer A. lierhardn ; secretary, Lee
Brrt emav to uceeed Mr. L. V. liitMon ;
gatekeeper, Wiley IVugla to succeed
Joe Bracket!; Cerea, Iwa Brackelt, to
succeed l.ydia Steinnian: Pamona, Alt
Judd, to succeed Mrs. 11. F. Gibson;
Flora, Ldi Meinnian, to ucved Alt
Judii ; lady assistant steward. Mollie
Judd, to succeed Mr. Yiola Douglas
organist, Pearl Foster, to succeed Martha
7eek; chorister, John Klv, to succeed
W. H. H. Wade. Several memhera of
Eagle Creek Grange have been dropped,
while hut few new memhera have been
added to the list.
J. P. Woodle and wife attended the
grange last Saturday.
S. R. Douglas drove several head of
beef steers to Portland last week.
A. D. Burnett shipped a car load of
apple to Portland last Monday.
Kev. Mr. Grafenatein, of Portland,
preached at the Kawle Creek school-
bouse last Sunday evening.
A. J. Douglas ia kept busy sawing
lumber and tie.
J. W. Douglas butchered seven fine
bog last Friday.
A. I.. Douglas, of Stevenson, ia home
on a visit. Bert has been away about
W Sweeney, of Stevenson, ia visiting
J. W. Douglas.
There ia to be a masonerade ball at
Wilbern's hall Thursday night. A grand
time ia expected.
H. F. Gibson will soon be ready to
move into his new house.
Mr. New, of Dover, visited Saturday
and Sunday with friends at Piety Kidge.
Mrs. C. Cassedy is retting over an at
tack of la grippe.
Mrs. A. Linn is very sick with pneu
monia. Richard Githens has been very sick.
Mr. L. Wood's is able to be out again
Ed Burnett and James Smith brought
some of their cattle out of the mountains
last week. They still have a few brad
in the mountains.
Mr. IVl-anv haa gone to O-iegon City
to work this winter.
F. A. Woodsid and Lee. Adkina have
purchased some goat. Thev nver rind
time to chew haael so had to get some
A. E. Jones is often seen living toward
Portland in hit new buggy.
Ernest Stnrg't haa purchased a big
team of homes. Now the lumber will
have to fly when George get well again.
Calvin Ball spent Similar and Monday
night at the Wallace house'. Cal aava lie
is going to adopt the plan of the (Hilar
bear so he can sleep all winter.
The pie social was a ituvoev. The
amount made was U 00, which will he
used to paint the school house inside.
Mr. Woodside and son Fred spent the
evening at the Selby home one nigul lust
A. Dougan, who ha been ill, is able to
be out again.
Ttiere seems to be ouite an attraction
in Oregon City for one of our bova: we
hope there'a no danger of loeimr him
John Lamru spent an evening at the
Wallace home this week.
One II ml ml Isvllara m Hot.
Ia the value II. A. Tisdale. Summertun
S. C, places on IVWitt't IVitch Hiel
Salve. He say: '! had the ml... I., r
N. A. Douglas had two
killed during the storm,
head of cattle
A tree fell on
Weoffer One Hundred Dollars Reward
lor any case of Catarrh that cannot he
eured bv Hall'a Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEY 4 CO., Toledo. 0.
We, the undersigned, have known F.
J. Cheney for the last 18 years, and be
Meve him perfectly honorable in all busi
aess transactions and financially able to
earry out any obligations made by his
rm. Waldiso, Ki.vn.an A Marvin,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter
ally, acting directly upon the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system. Testi
monials sent free. Price 75 cents per
bottle. Sold by all druggist.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
Take the Enterprise fifty-two weeks
The Grange bere elected their officers
Saturday. Mr. Zeek is the new master
for the ensuing year but nearly ail the
other officers except two or three were
re-elected. The secretary elected was
Lee Barklemay, Mrs. L. V. Gibson re
tiring. The Grange is to give an enter
tainment and backet social January 30,
the proceeds to be for the i range ball
fund. All are cordially invited to attend.
The wife of our supervisor, Granvil
Linn was very sick last Saturday but we
have not beard her condition since.
Grandma Suiton is on the sick list
Several of the Eagle Creek people at
tended court in Portland last week
They were witnesses in the George
.brown divorce case.
Mrs. Hunter returned home from
Kelso, Wash., last Friday. She was ac
companied by her new son that was
born on Thanksgiving day.
Albert L. Douglass, of Stevenson,
Washington, accompanied by Mr.
Sweeney is visiting Albert's parents and
friend bere for a short time.
Mrs. Linn is a little better todav.
0.1 . I . t I ,
mrr .u jrarp. i men niativ Uoctors ami
niedicine. but all (ailed except DeU'm
nilchuazel Salve It cured nm." It
ia a combination of the healing qualities
ui mien iiarei, witn antiseptics and
emollient; relieve nd permanently
cure Dunn, nieeiiing. iicliing and pro
mising piles, sores, cuts, bruises, eczema
salt rtieum and all skin diease. Sold
y u. A. Harding.
Merry Christmas, Mr. Editor, and fel
The dance at Ed bowman's Saturday
uigui i granu tuccess.
.iin rmiiarn, oi r.iy, slaved over
night witn r.rn Jones Saturday night.
Agnes Wallace haa gone home from
Mr. and Mr, kimmey took dinner
with Kd Jones Sunday.
Ern Jones went to Canby Tuesday
rrank Shoenoorn and A. E. Jones
spent Sunday evening in Portland
"Say, folks, did yez ever get left"
KKCTOK 4tV KIT. I.IKF.'N
Aubbwr-nhaui, Ontario, Tentllleo
To the Jool tonalities of
Ashburnham, Ontario, April 19. 1903
l triinx it ia only right that I should
tell you what a wonderful effect Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy lias produced.
The day before Easter I was so distress
ed with a cold and cough that I did not
think to be able to take any duties the
next day' as my voice was almost choked
oy ttie cough. I Me same day I received
un oruer irom you lor a oollle ol your
cough remedy. I at once procured a
sample bottle, and took about three
done of the medicine. To my great re
lief the cough and cold bad completely
oisappeareu ana 1 was able to
preach three times on Easter
Day. I know that this rapid and effect
ive cure was due to your cough remedy.
i maae hub testimonial without solicita
tion, being thankful to have found such
a God-sent remedy.
E. A. Lancelot, M. A.,
Rector of St. Luke's Church.
To Chamberlain Medicine Co.
This remedy is for sale by G. A. Hard-iog.
the committee of means and ways for
the Christmas tree made a business trip
to uregon uny on tne linn accompanied
by a body guard of five. It is always
beet to be on the safe side as the fund to
be expended was so large and highway
men are so numerous. Nothing short of
a baud of pirates of old would have
tackled them under such a gnard.
Miss E. M. Ruckner, of Oregon City
carne out to Colton last Sunday to spend
the holidays with her grandparents.
There will be a dance at the Colton
hall on the UiU of Jan., the proceeds to
be used for improvements on the hall,
MiM Christeena Carlson and brother
Oncar, of Portland, will epend their holi
days with relatives here.
We are listening for the wedding
in the near future.
No appetite, loss of r'engih, nervoo.
eas, headache, constipation, bad breath,
Cneral debUlty, sour risings, aod catarrh of
the stomach are all due to Indigestion. Kodol
eorea Indlgeation. This new discovery repre
sents the natural Juices of digestion as they
aotfit In a healthy Itomarh rom kffiA4 waL
pcatcst known tonic and reconitructlT I
mttlu IJ.i rs , '
V.7V 7. ' w wis One .Minute (;"""h C,lre (-''V" ''nmedi
U'Ty ,ornKl bles! ate r.-l,ef in all cases of Cough, Croup
itoS i 7 Z- ""f,enlnC1 (nd LaGrippe because It do, not VJ
iSmach membranes llnlnf ! imme.liHtely into the stomach, but tek. I
Mr. S. S. Bill, of lUrnmoi W M I X r"!,,l at t," .'""tt "f the (rouble. I
MlMiiMiUdi, L' m k: ' It draws not thn iriHriinitiin kuai, I
PlxJoi and u Kd tt V no. n to m and S')itheH and
We are having quite a lot of rain at
I present but no snow, and stock looking
! well and getting their living out side yet,
I which is u,nlt a blessing a hy waa a
; small crop and lirvest so wet, straw was
; no g"od and beef cattle too low to sell so
should I lit Tiuter In an open one tl e
rattle will le all right for next year,
when Its lo be hoped the li-cl trust' mill
be willing to divide a little hotter with
the man that produces the beef even if
they do rub the consumer of 'he beef.
Mr. Andcr pinker came home all
right with sn tine young pigs, folluing
II II. Anders w the guest of C. S.
Iluirmn last Sunday and the way they
ronipared note of how they had suffered
and what a long time they hd bmn III
would have made a amall Inmk. We
ate glad to report IhiiIi men alive and
getting well, a we could not well spare
either Irom our midst.
The coroner cama near having a call
to t Ida corner of the .Htunty. A Mr.
Ely has invasion to ne oo.i slcidiol be
! got some in iitart tniitlea and bad It in
iim siuie. neu in store waa crowded
some one purloined a quart. A fortune
would have it, Ely missed it in a few
in I miles and so great wa hi hormr and
dread he called out, some one haa made
a terrible mistake, as a tmtlle ol inv
wood alcohol i itiiiug and should any
one drink it they are dead, nre. Weil
the tNitile did not cime back, but aup
poe the warning waa in time to save
the coroner the drive over the muddy
Both Christmas trees will be well
tended should there tw a nice evening a
the one south will he on ( hristm h
whtie the one at .ion will be on Cluist
The ion church building will not get
loet in the tern this coming Summer,
thev have a bell lo find it tiy now. So it
will he ipnte musical in Garfield Sunday
mornings a we can near the India on
the chinch at George or German church
also t lover; and w hen .ton ring look
Phil Nite i no U-tter at thia writing
With the exception of rolda the settle
menl is all enj'iying good health.
Two evangelist held meeting in the
Irvan school h' use a few evening tl
past week. A it was vrrv tad weather
only a few attended.
T. ocum tk Sun hail the misfortune
to loose one of tin r line large horses I as I
week also a cow.
Worol ol All
than to (eei
Can anything be worse
that every minute will I) your last'
Such wa the exiKrience of Mr. S. II
Newson, Decalar, Al." "For three
year,' she write. "I endured insuffer
able pain Irom irnligi-tion, stomach and
bowel triiiihle. IValh seemed inevitable
when doctors and all remedies tailed
Kl length I waa induced to try Electrii
Hitters and the result wa miraculous
I improved at once and now I'.u roiu
plelely recovered. For liver, kidney
stomach and bowel trouhle Electric
Hitter is the only medicine. Only otic
It i guaranteed by Charman A Co.
Logan anil stuns.
Mr. Ketr, of Iiwer Logan, waa re
turning Irom Oregon City Saturday last
her borne ran away. A broken shift on
the buggy wa the only damage. Hon
J. M . Tracer, of Ijgan, had the fame
experience on the same evening. His
horse gut frightened on Aithur Prairie
and ran moat of the way to Logan.
Mis Emma Fallert entertained a num
ber of her friends at whist Saturday
F. S. Hutching w tendered a sur
prise party Saturday evening, the event
being a birthday party. Game, music,
etc , were indulged in until a late hour.
when a moet delicious lunch wr served.
In giving name of the lint of officers
elected at DeceinW meeting ol Harding
urange, the name ol h. Gerber, ei
retary, was overlooked.
Mr. and Mrs. Old, of Oregon City, are
visiting at Mr. Partch's tin week.
A. Swale has gone to (Mats :ani to
spend Xmas with his daughter.
A "Spud" buyer from Portland wa
doing Logan one day this week.
Miss Margaret Riebhoffi home airwin.
afeer a brief sojourn in Portland.
"I waa trooblod with stom
oh trouble. Thwliord's Black
Draught did ma mar f,oi
la on ek than all th doe
tor"a madifdne I took in a
7ar."-MK8. SARA It B.
BUIRPIELD, KIletUTill., Ind.
Therjford'i Black Draught
quickly invigorates the ac
tion of the stomach and
cures even chronic caw of
indigestion. if you will
take a small dose of Thed
ford's Black Drunrht occa
sionally you jvill keep your
stoma h and liver in per
Begin your Xmas buying horo. Wo havo a suporb lino of
thoso duinty articles of uso and ornamont that mako tho
most appropriato and welconio Christinas Gifts. Fancy
Goods and toilot articlos aro horo in groat varioty and oil
at tho vory lowest prices.
Hero Aro ;i Few Samples
An fit-pint lino of lVrfumt'H, all tho Htamlanl ni.ikoH WrightH ralincr'n, l,a
zoll'tt, Sot'loy'n, Hn-ruV, Uforiioi'H, I,unillnrg'n, KiiNtiniin'H, and otlu-rn, in
plain ami fancy hottlon, front 10o to $. I.ulk gtHxln fnnh thin wt-t-k.
You can saniplo tlicm Ar thoiiHkinj.
Wo aro !M'ciallv long on Leather Good, Ilamlsoino Cigar Cascri, Canl
Cascf, Lailios'anil ( Jcntlomcn'H l'tirfcs, Hill Hookn, Hiarion, Munic Holj.a
Ktc, at prices an low as tjuality will allow.
Somo of tlio Neatest packagost f StationtTV you havo ovor soon nil ni.fH,
shapes and stylos, at prices that aro not exorbitant.
aro just like other husiness men, wo want tnoro trade. We want
holiday trado. That is why wo advertise. It is not to ho HupMnc
will come here simply becausowo ak it. Comtnon sense indicates that
wo must do better by you than otiier dealers, and this we certainly will.
I INN I!. jom:s
It is still misting and somellinn it hit
i reltr bard, hut tlifl mud I o deeii
that wople can harilly get anmnd.
Walter Ki'iinlller ha been alck for
aotnn tune, hut la gutting belter.
Mr. IVShatier i at home. Nlie ha
lieen Htaying at her aon Jame'a for iuiih
Th tH-nple ar very lmr gi-tting reilv
for thn Clirmtuu tree Thnrxlay night.
Frank Selman went to Portland re-
cetilly and piiruhasnl a new organ.
Mr. Kitzmlller ami Min Wood made
a living trip to Portland lant Saturday.
Koy Hawtell ha come home.
Perry Kitiuiiller ia to Hni Christ-
ma at bom.
1M Kind Ton Haw tmn Bocl
C. Ilettman railed on
V. (jinthnr last Humlay
y Moretirkneiiiicaiwdby f
Lu LivingMtone i viwiting relative
ol for 4 lilllrrn.
Tlie pleananf. to
Kodol DigesU What Yoa Eat
! aelr. 11.00 S'u hcidipf2J flmMtbtrM
aUa. which k,4 (or 50 casta.
npan4 by C O. DWITT Jk CO., OHIOAQO
ield by Ci. A. HARDIXU, Druggist '
cure perrnarientlv bv
enabling the lunus to coritrihiile pure
life giving and life u"taining oxygen ft
the blood and tine. Jr. Annntrong, ;
of Delia. Texas, nrescriles it daily and
nay there i no belter rough remedy
made, fiold by U. A. Harding. ' i
More ti knei it caiwd by
COnntipaUon than by ur,y
other diiefi.w. Tht-dfiird'a
l!iar k-Ir;i rht not only re
lieve nm ipution luit curci
diarrlm a and flyientery aud
ke.-p the bowels regular.
II drnggl"! .l
Draur'lit ih the 1,
cine to rei,;i!.-it" t
1 have i v r lui-d.
A. .M. t;j;Ai.'T
Ferry, N. C.
liov i Is
W1IUI II Hi i
Mr. and Mr.
Mr. and Mr. K
Kev. I. ilea, nf Portland, preached an
intereting aermoti in the Kvangelical
Mia Millie Cilnthr, of Oregon City,
viited her parent, Mr. and Mr. K. K.
(iinther a few day lat week.
David M'tehnke i laiey Hawing wood
for C. Ilettman.
Henry Ointher ha gone to Oreuon
City to work in the mill.
G. A. Hchuehel i busy fixing bia flnh
The lollowing I thn llt nf letter re
nialning in tlie H.li,f!ire at Oregon t'lty,
Oregon. Iec. 'JI3:
Allen Mi Alvin Field Mia K.I la
llentley K.iiwua Kh.v.l Mr Annie M
Creige MiM Jeltin Miller Mrt Julia
Kellow Mr Klvira K
McKarhern Mra Dan
Adam Charle (iriin M K
llurk A C Monar.l Mr A Mr Harry
i .iapp jck llowanl .Norman
Colfey llenndrin Jobnnoli Aiel
lemArl rrank J one Karl W
Kdinenwin Jauie Moiitrny , M
KaNtman Walter Porter Will
K.veiu t 'lark H '.'j Srhenck Cha
Krwlrirk A rriiitli Will H
(tentner r'red Vanover Will
lilger Ciill Walker K
TOM P. KAN D A I.I,
MILES & McGL ASH AN, Propj,
r'lrat Chiireh of t'brlt Hclentiat.
(iarde building, corner Hevcnth and
lain atre.-l. Min.lay at II a.m. Huf-
t liil.lren' Hu inlay k-IkmiI meet at 10
a. m TeNtitnoiilal tneellng Welnelay
evening at p. m. Heading room oien
Tuenday, Thnrlayt and Saturday,
from 2 to 4 p. m.
lUh Rah Rah
Rah Rah Rah
llU Kind toy Ifirt A'an txSi
WOIITII A 'I IIOI .'IIT.
ThU MlitleiiTeut U III Inlereat
trorra of Oregon lty ltenl-
The fact given below are worth a pe
rual by all who are anxiou about their
physical condition, or are similarly itu
atd to thia man. It In an occurrence
wlin li can he thoroiiglily inveatigated .
J. C. Buckler, of Nx 8 Kam Ninth St.,
Portland, brick mutton, contraetoi and
builder, aay: "A rontant aoreneH
aero the mall of my back, which both
ered me w hen stooping or straightening
up, and wa accompanied wilh awenk
ne of the kidney, particularly in evi
dence at night, imlicated that my kid
ney were not performing their function
properly. I had it for year, ileitn
all my eirort to get relief, until one day
I r-al about Dnan' Kidney Pillx arid
got a box, A few down convinced me
that they were going to the root of the
dieae, and the continuation of their
ne for a abort time removed the nam
from back and corrected the kidney se
cretion. I have another box in the hoiiHe
and should necesity demand it I hHll
certainly rexort totheuneof Doari' Kid
Plentv more proof like thi from Ore
gon (;ity peoi le. (Jail h'. (,". i, lluntlev'
drug store and ank what hi cuHtoumrs
tor sale rijr all dealer. I'rn e o0 cent.
Foeter-Milburn 'o., Buflalo, N. V. Hole
agent for the United State.
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
Rememlier that tl.e payment of $!.)
on subscription to the Knterpriae,
whether it b delinquent ubr riptloti or
in advance, entitle you to a goe a lo
the amount of money in the KnterpriHe
money jar. On gue for every $1 M
that i paid. Here la a chance to get
your money back ami lie lilrally com
pensated for your lime in estimatimr the
amount of money contained in the jar.
THK CLACKAMAS AliSTU Af'T x
TRUST CO. are the owner of the copy
right to the Thorne sVHleio of lihtrac!
tmlexe, lor Clackaman county, nl i.,iv
the only complete net of ahtnt t in the
county, can Inrnixli iolorniHlio i a to
title lo laml at once, on apo ication.
Loan, investment, reHl estate a'lslractn,
ejc. Olliee over Bank of Oregon City,
Cull ami inventig:ite. '
A splendid line of holiday cigar and
pipe in carried by S. ( ililetoiri at Hie
Kavorite Cigar More. Kither of Ihene
makes an an eptnl,!,, (iriHtmas present.
3 cans (Mover Cove
.loan fresh Alaska
Can No 2 Alaska Salmon
Tint Hottlo (iood Catsup
htl Hills' Sunnet Catiup
Ml CamphfirH Salad Dressing
Don.t forget the Saratoga Chip!
. - - - -TZS
Oregon ('It r Market Report.
I he Kind Vmi Ha.s km Bought
WE HAVE MOVED
THE OREGON CITY JUNK AND
SECOND HAND STOKE ha removed
into the Mtoreroom adjoining the post of
Ve. Wh curry a complete line of new
and second hand stove and furniture.
Highest price paid for all kind ol junk.
Sugarman & Co.
Wheat No. 1, 7't r huahel. ,
Hour Valley, M L'S t-r hhl. Hard
wheat I4.7.V , Portland, $1.10 periac,
Howard' Beat, $1.05 per ack.
Oat in sack, $1 per cental.
Hay Timothy, baled, $M''$!S P'
ton j clover $10; oaf, $11 ; mixed hay, $10;
Milltulf-IIran, $1!00 iei t.
hort, $'.'() (H) per ton ; chop, $1H.OO par
ton, barley, rolled, $l,ll (K) per ton.
Potatoes w. to 70c per ck.
Kgg Oregon, 27',c to .') per 'n''n;
Butter Uanch, Mc. ; reparalor, !
Oregon onion, INK- to $1.00 per cwt.
Dried apples, Hi: to "c per h. ,
Prunes, (ilried) petite, ,'lc perln; ll
Inn, large, fie per lb. medium, ,'ci
Cabbage. 40 loHOc per down.
Apple, 40c to 50c.
Cranlerrie-!lV: to l'.'c a ipiart.
Cauliflower, 4(c to K0- ja-r doxen.
i. ... .i i rn fi.ii I n.
nujfn I'lirr'Mi", phi t"i, tm
Drenned chickens. 10 In l-'V "r Wi
'Ilirkev. dressed, loc to K'kc
i ; i. i .ir.,.u..,t mi'iilt:
live, $.1 (III lo $.'!.. VI r hundred. n"k ;
live 4'tf to 6 ct: hog, dreed. 0 Ct
sheep. U M U $L'.7.' 'r head ;
fc: veal. dresHed. 7.'jc: lamb,
per bead ; lamb, dressed, Oc
The Knterprise $1.50 er year.