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OREGON CITY ENTERPRISE, FRIDAY, JANUARY lf, 1001
fpondont are requested to re
nt ' .'ir work. We wilr supply all
necessary stationery. The news from
y.-ir i i'L-liVirl'ivHI should appear in
these columns every week.
Mr. Johnson is improving his hum by
li..ii.;nc off some o( t lie extia rook.
M Us Nellie Roberts, of Portland, and
Fin .h'liee 8Knt Sunday with Mr. and
V 'ohn Martin, of Prune Hill.
V K. Jones spent Sunday with F. C.
K::v:r''y, of Mulino.
Tne club dance Wednesday night was
O. iv. at Spence's.
Mrs. J. P Kimmey and daughter
Psrl, spent few days in Portland this
.in Fit-k, of Meadow Brook, spent
with Will Jones.
1 Buckner, of Beaver Creek, was
visiting Lue this week.
Miss Burns and Wallace called on
Vera Kimmey Sunday.
John Martin and family, of Prime
Hi", visited at Ern Jones' Tuesday
The la estcut is the "Holy Boilers"
at Miilino Grange hall. Its better than
10 cent show to tee them perform.
Every one come.
A Tmt-l'orket l-tor
Never in the way, no trouble to carry,
eftv to take, pleasant and never failing
iu results are DeWut's Little Early Ris
ers A vial of these little pills in the
vet-t-poi ket is a certain guarantee againt
be.idache, biliousness, torpid liver and
all of the ills resulting from eonstip.ttion.
They tonic and strengthen the liver. Sold
by tieo. A. Harding.
JUjile Lane Explanation Mote.
Elinor Enterprise. At ti elastGrange
rr-eiing it was voted to hold a Pie Social
en Saturday evening, January 0th, and a
cointn'ttee was appointed to look after
the matter. After the meeting, iteems
a inx tiwik it npon themselves to have a
dance I hit evening at the hall, without
authority from the Grange or permission
fr in the trustees of the hall. When the
trustees heaid of this, combined with the
conduct of some at the last dance held ai
the hull, they decided that it would not
be wise to permit dancing that evening.
T(ii was brought about solely by the
conduct of the dancers and there is no
OP" else to blame.
The object of the Grange is educational :
tl. cannot be tarried out except by
work with and by the young. We wi-h
verv respectable and intelligent young
person to join us, and we will endeavor
to interest, instruct and amase, "All
-work and no play makes Jack a dull boy
ind-ed. All play and no work makes
jck a dull boy in need."
The Grange is a trifle in debt, on the
Tial! hut it doVB not wish to raie it from
i tl.e young pople by turning Maple Lane
G.a'i-'e Hall into a saloon or a dance
bull. , . ,
1 he irtilv commend Mr. Beard in the
atind that'he took as spokesman for the
trusif-es and think he should be sup
posed by every well meaning person in
the community who believes in good ed
uction and good government. I am
B'.rrv that some were so thoughtless as 10
d..-"im:e themselves by insulting Mr.
B.ar I Saturday evening.
C. W. Swallow.
Loss of Flesli
When you can't cat break
fai, take Scott's Emulsion.
Vh:n you can't eat bread
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w;mt something a little more
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To get fat you must eat
fat Scott's Emulsion is a
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Those who have lost flesh
want to increase all body
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For invalids, for con
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for weak children, for all
who need flesh, Scott's
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We will send you
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B urc that this picture
in the form of a label it on
the wrapper of every bottle
of Emulsion you buy.
scon & BOWNE.
409 Pearl St, N. Y.
50c and $1 1 ill druyliU.
Ernest Mnralt called on E. W. Horn
I Misses Hanoi tiinltier and l.ydta
Hornsehueh Hnt Sunday with .Miss
I Mrs. W. 1. Hill, who has been visit-
ing her parents at potest Grove, haa re
l turned home.
: Miss Latin Schuhel is home a!in.
Miss Johanna Massinger visited tier
parents a few days last week.
I Wanted A detective to tind our pre
ent supervisor, as we believe he is either
I dead or skipped over the line as he lias
not been seen working on the rod for
i quite a while.
We also ask our honorable county
judge if he should get into the habit
again to take a trip ea-t. be sure to take
the Clark and Highland road and then
let us know how he enjoyed the trip.
Editor Enterprise It was a very nice
sermon the Miuhel item was giving to a
certain church in the last week's Enter
prise. I an very glad to kno that the
boys got such a nice warning to keep
away Irom tne iu o clock cliua-n.
I would advise those who think thev
are such promising voting men and
ladies, as they were first called, to go to
a training school. When thev bring
their lady friends to church and are not
capable of acting up to what they call
tnemselves, I would rather advise them
to go to some other place that is more
suitable for that class of people. I don't
hv all means think that the church is a
place for them.
1 would not wish to be called a gentle
man or a lailv and carrv on in the man
ner these people did and have done dur
ing the past vear, coming to the 10
o'clock church. Put don't worry, the
church has too much of an honor to be
called the German Congregational
church than what thev have called it.
Now it will not be necessary for you to
appeal to any missionary to jump off at
this place. 1 should think it mure nec
essary at the little white church in the
woods as never was there seen a member
of this church Iving on the streets of
Portland in a manner I will not state
publicly as there were seen of the
members of the Evangelical church.
Would you call that gentlemanly?
Anyone that behaves as gentlemen
and ladies ought to, is welcome at this
German church. If visitors are not will
ing to obey the laws of our church, they
know what to do, especially people w ho
pretend to be Christians and still come
to another church to disturb. My Bible
does nut teach me anything like that.
iThe above communication was re
ceived at the Enterprise office with the
request that it be published. Since ths
other side of the case was represented in
the Si-linnet items a fortnight ago, the
Enterprise in a spirit of fairness, gives
the answer space in this week's issue.
It is contrary to the policy of the Enter
prise to give these nutters publicity, be
ing of the opiniun that such controversies
should he kept out of the papers. We
trust that the contribution that appears
above will prove the eliding of the pres
ent unpleasantness in the Scbubel
neighborhood, for this paer will re'use
a further participation in the contro
versy. Editob Entekfkisk )
A Prisoner In Her Own lloiie
Mrs. W. II. Layha, of 101 Agnes
Ave.. Kansas City, Mo., has for several
years been troubled with severe hoarse
ness and at times a hard cough, which
she Says, "Would keep me in doors for
days I was prescribed for by physicians
with no noticeable results A friend gave
me part of a bottle of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy with instructions to
closely follow the directions and I wish
to state that after the first day I could
notice a decided change for the better,
and at t li in time, alter uxing it for two
weeks, have no hesitation in saying 1
realize that I am entirely cured." This
remedy is for eale by G. A. Harding.
The Springwarer Grange will have an
entertainment Saturday evening, the
23rd. Everybody invited.
Mrs. Geo. Bon-dish's health is no
George Gutridge is going East to visit
John Stormer has bought two Jersey
Robert Hughes and wife was up from
Mt. Pleasant to Springwater on a visit to
Charles Bard and wife look very cosy
in their new botiBe.
The Springwater Mill Co contemplates
moving their mill over on the O. W. P.
& Ry. Co.'s line so as they can ship
lumber, as they can not get it over an
A. M. Sbibley is making another effort
to get a road located from Springwater
to the High Bridge on the Clackamas
The Spring-vater Grange met the 9th
and had their officers installed. Edwin
Bates, pant master officiated.
Plenty of rain and the roads are get
ting most impassable. Who will we
blame, the rain or the people that are
howling about high taxes or the county
court that will not assist us in repairing
and making good roads? Our enter
prising young merchant got stuck in the
mud getting supplies out from town and
bad to come home five or six miles to
get another team to get out of the mud
hole and was also detained so as to have
to break the Sabbath and probably some
other con mandment.
John II. Cullom, editor of the Garland,
Texas, New s, has written a letter of con
gratulations to the manufacturers of J
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy an fol
lows : "bixteen years ago when our first
child was a baby he was subject to '
croupv spells and we would be very un
easy about him. We began using Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy in 1887, and
finding it such a reliable remedy for
colds and croup, we have never been I
without it in the house since that time.
We have five children and have given it i
to all of them with good results. One
good feature of this remedy is that it is.
not disagreeable to tak and our babies '
really like it. Another is that It is not!
dangerous, and there is no risk from giv-,
ing an overdose. I congratulate ou
npon the success of your remedy." For'
tale by G. A. Harding. I
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Among the chief symptoms of dropsy,
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So remarkable are the cures effected
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Every alllicted person should try a
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Please mention this paper.
Follow ing is a report of the Marmot
chool for the month ending Jan. H.
Numter enrolled, 30; number dropied,
8; whole nninberof days attendance, 4:ti;
whole number of days abaence, (; times
i ard v. 8.
Those who have been neither tardy
nor ahseni during the month are: Eddie,
Henry and Ivy TenEyck, Henry, Edith,
Alexander and Minnie Von Helens.
Calvy and Elvy Beebe and Carl Aschuff.
JlKi. .11 A K Y CALVIN,
lsht:Wa Her Terror.
"I would cough nearly all nearly all
nfght loin:," writes Mrs. Chas. Apple-
gate, of Alexandria, Ind.. "and could
hardlv get any sleep. I had consump
tion so had that if I walked a block I
would cough frightfully and spit blood,
hut, when all other medicines failed,
tnree $1 bottles of Pr. King's New pis
covery w holly cured ue and I gained 5S
putinds." It s absolutely guaranteed to
cure coughs, la grippe, bronchitis, and
all thral anil lung troubles. Price 5 c
amlfl. Trial bottl I free atCharinan
A Co.'h drug store.
It looks all ttle like we are going to
have same winter; there was some snow
on the grounil this winter.
The health in this neighborhood is
very bad. There are several down sick.
Mrs. Eardman has been sick for some
time and doesn't seem to get much bel
ter. Mrs. Kitzmiller has had another very
bail spell of rheumatism. Hlio is some
Mr. Perry Kitmiller is at home on a
visit from Lexington, Oregon. He ex
pects to return in a few days.
Mr. Bowman has gone over on the
coast to visit his son .
Working .Hlght and lny.
The busiest and mightiest little thing
that was ever made is Pr. King's New
Life Pills. These pills change weakness
into strength, liHtlessness into energy,
hrain-fag into mental power, They're
wonderful in building up the health.
Only 20c per box. Sold by Charman &
Mountain Road Nchoo!.
Following is a report of school for the
month ending Jan. 8, 1904.
No. of days attendance, 400.J4.
No. of days absence, .'i8Ji.
No. of times tardy, 10.
Fred Raker (ilmlva Halter. Mnrv
Bernert, Joseph Bernert, Albert I'ernert,
Carl Bernert, Hilda Kaiser, Louisa Zim
merman and .Maoel Hodge wer neither
absent nor tsrdv for the month.
'II. W. Bakkk.
Kirk Rebekah Lodge installed officers
and initiated candidates last Tuesday
evening. Refreshments were served
during the evening.
L. Wang is away from home on a com
bined business and pleasure trip.
Dr. Summers, of Oregon City, came up
Sunday evening and witii Pr. Deduian
visited Wilmer Fisher's little son, who
is still very sick.
Mrs. O. Knight was called to Portland
last Wednesday to help take care of her
son-in-law, Clyde Evans, who is very ill
with stomach trouble.
The saloon of II. Vorpahl was burglar
ized last Sunday night. The thieves en
tered by a side door end took five hun
dred cigars and six bottles of whiskey.
No trace of the thieves haa been found so
Maple Lodge, D. of 11. , installed offi
cers and had a very social time last tiane
last Saturday night.
Died At his borne one mile east of
Canby, on Sunday, Jan. 10th, Mr. Huff,
from cancsr of the liver. Deceased leaves
three children, one daughter and two
We Sevy Agaiiv, CKoosc
Yoxxr Druggist Carefully
HOWELL St JONES
CHAMBERS HOWULL LINN I;. JONGS
Kain, rain, rain seems to be the order
of the day.
The Eagle Creek school has closed on
account of smallpox in the Bracket
family. Jo Bracket is about well but
Mr. and Mrs. Bracket are sick now with
the smallpox and Miss Dory has the
Mr. Looney's folks have the measles.1
Walter Deriglass, of Wasco countv, is
visiting his parents and other relatives
for a short time.
The 1'resbyterian minister did not
preach here yesterday on account of the
Mr. Howen sold his farm a few days
Elder L. O. Dix, of I'oilland, preached
at the Douglass school house yesterday.
A. J. Douglass and J M. Douglass
both went to Portland lat week with
hogs. It seems they prefer the old way
of hauling their produce to market.
T. J. Oary was a I'ortUnd visitor Sun
day. Elmer Thompson injured hit hand
quite badly Monday.
Bert Shipley cut his foot Monday while
working at the camp. Jim Vaughan is
working in Berts place while he is laid
off with his foot.
Harry Shipley visited in Portland Sat
urday. Miss (iraee Harmon, of Portland, vis
ited tier Bister, Miss Maggie Sunday.
Frank Shipley is suffering with boils
on his neck.
Freddie I'esm is driving delivery
wagon for li. H. Kogers.
Jake Beam has bought the Butler
place and moved on it Sunday.
Mrs. Saunders has tieen suffering from
neuralgia for some time.
The Wednesday afternoon prayer
service at Grandma Hickman's it a
beautiful idea, well expressed.
The Eighth Grade Club is preparing
another entertainment for F'nday, the
Following is the school report of Dis
trict No. 72, Col ton, Oregon.
No. of days taught, 1!).
No. of days absence, 23.
No. of times tardy, .'t.
Pupils who were neither absenr nor
tardy during the month are, Nora and
Mary Wright, Lena and Robert I'uU,
Bessie, Maggie and Promise Phillips,
Archie and Nellie Bonney, Lillie Carl
son. Kuoy Countryman and Chester
Visitors during the month were Messrt.
John Wright, A. Countryman, J. Putz,
W. Bonney, Alvy Clark and Mist JesBie
Phillips. Visitors are always welcome.
Wm. S. Crane, of California, Md., suf
fered for years from rheumatism and
Itmbago. He was finally advised to try
Chamberlain's Paiu Balm, which be did
and it effected a complete cure. For
sale by O. A. Harding.
Sign for the Enterprise and tha Week
ly Oregonian before our price offer of a
world' map txpirat.
(?n DRUGGIST can do more harm or ood than most
7r' Fc0Plc ivc llim credit for. There are' different
Gzr qualities in drugs just as there arc in dry goods,
and- to the outsider all qualities go by the same name. The
difference between pure, fresh, high-grade drugs and old,
cheap, inferior drugs of the same name means the difference
between keeping sick and getting well. When a doctor
writes a prescription he means BEST quality. When some
druggists fill a prescription they think only about DIG
PROFITS. Don't take chances you know how dangerous
errors are. Bring your prescriptions here and you will be
sure of accuracy We do our own work, no boys behind
our prescription counter. Only the best and purest drugs
are used and our charges are based on what the drugs are
worth not what wc think you will pay without protest.
If we have your prescription business and are saving you
money, why can't we save you more money by selling you
your patent medicines, toilet articles, druggist sundries and
in fact every thing you need in our line.
Wc arc offering this week special prices on a big ship
ment of hot water bulb syringes and Rubber Goods just
received from A. M. Foster, Philadelphia, and thoroughly
guaranteed. Get our prices.
W. II. Douglas, one of Wasco county '
progressive farmers, broimht some horses
to Portland last week. After disposing
of his horses he caaie to Eagle Creek to
visit his father and mother, Mr. and
Mr. J. W. Douglas. He started on ids
return trip last Tuesday.
8. A. Douglas and wife returned from
a ten days' visit to tire Hood river coun
try last week. Mr. Douglas is very much
pleased with that part ol the state.
Last week K. D. Burnetts brought
four head of his cattle from the moun
tains. The cattle were in very fair order,
lie still has a few head out.
J. W. Douglas, A. J. Douglas nnd II.
S. liihson butchered hogs last Monday.
Kev. Aloiuo Dix preached to a small
audience at the Howlett school house
house, No. 50, last Sunday. On account
of ruin, Uro. Dix concluded to hold even
ing service at the residence of W. J.
On account of smallH)x in the neigh
borhood, Hn v. (irafensteln did not preach
at the Eagle Creek school house lust
We hear that Joe Brackett has ho far
recovered from the smallpox as to be
nble to follow the plow.
Last week our constable, It. E. Eor
rister, accompanied by a lady, came out
to Eagle Creek on the train. We expect
a cigar, Ben,
tieorge Udell has sold his farm to W.
M. Wood, of Stevenson. Mr. Wood
moved out last Wednesday.
Ed Douglas and II. S. (iihson took two
bmichgrass horses to Portland for a I
ter Douglas Tuesday. They will be
shipped to The Dalles.
Mr. New has bought the Ernnk Sell
man place. He will go into the chicken
K. B. Gibson attended the sale at
Estacada the 12th inst.
School is progressing nicely in Dis
trict No. 50 under the able management
of Prof. Wm. Karr.
Guy Woodla and wife were seen driv
ing toward Dover Tuesday morning.
Last Saturday and Monday Joe Cahill
built a smokehouse for J. W. Douglas.
Mr. and Mrs. Honiberger went down
to Portland one dav last week to viait a
Charles Itoadarnel recently mire liaoo.l
the property as the Mouth place. He is
ousy cumnif down trees, grubbing
stumps, and clearing for a garden spot,
and expects to move into the house
early in the spring.
John Robinson is hauling lumber for a
new house to be built on his property
west of town.
We are informed that the tchool board
of this district hat purchased of Mr.
Wolf about two irraa t.l l.n.l
tween the blacksmith shop and the ores-
W.MWI jiu, luouiarge iub cuuuren t
The vacant lot bnlnmInir In (I, a r.
, n - ri
Kregational church, and hitherto used at
a poiiooi pity ground, Wat recently par
chased by Mr. Oarrison, who will fence
and otherwise improve it.
Them will hm nromn 1. IV,. w t.
H .. ... uv K. , iu tuo m. j-Jt
church Kahhath mnmino l. P.M i
derbarg, at 11 o'clock.
Those who have leen ill with coldt
are able to be around again.
Miss Nellie Roberts visiting her
cousin, Veva Kimmey, at present.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kimmey, and
Mr. Kituuiey's mother and siatnr, Pearl,
are living in C. T. Howard's house, for
merly occupied by Mr. Vanover and
Charley Daniels is working lor John
Mulvany this week.
E. M. Manning has been ill snmn time
Mr. Kraahier, of Portland, it working '
for Bill Adkins.
Ered WihsIhMi, was visiting his sister,
Mrs. Ida Dodge, of Meaduwhrook, Sun
Robert (ioueher, nephew of Dr. (tou
cher, w ho came hero from the East some
time ago, had the misfortune to cut hit
knee while at work in the logging camp.
The revivals at the hall have been
iiitH exciting. The converts of this
place were nine last week. Bros. John
Hasio and Baker, of Woodburn, were
present Saturday and Sunday evening.
The card parly at Brother and Sister
Hardesty's home Saturday evening was
a grand affair.
Mrs. Daniels and family, Mr. ami
Mrs. (toucher, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace,
Bayne Howard, Mr. Darnall, Mr. Zin
ger, John Mulvany, Hudson Barclay
and Agnes and Veva Wallace and Gusta
Bowman were guests of II. Seltser ami
Mr. and Mrs. .Sherman Sunday.
Mulino seems to be noted for its
smooth-faced young men, and not only
the young men, the fever seemscontag
ious, and some of the old want to look
Mrs. Ashbyis visiting friends at Sa
lem. The sad news of the death of Mrs.
Hudershat, of Meadowhrook, was re
ceived here a few days sgo. Our great
est sympathy is extended to the bereaved
It seems as though our rainy aoason.
has set in.
Gardner Bros, have moved their saloon
into the Leo building, which they have
had put in first-clash shape.
Mr. Calfoldt has taken charge of the
City Hotel and is going to open a saloon
Ira Bonney, of Hubbard, was here on
biiHiniiHi Saturday. He has purchased
the Hayt' engine and expectt to build a
mill at Needy, Ore,
Mr. and Mrs. Cal. Reasoner, of Needy,
were visiting at II. II. Eyraau'a one day
Mist Lora Bell it very bad with pneu
monia, but ia gn'ting along nicely under
the careful care of Dr. Saylor.
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