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OREGON CITY ENTERPRISE, FRIDAY, JANUARY 15, 190:i
Women as Well as Men
Are Made Miserable by
Kidney trouble upon (lie mind, dis
courages and lessens ambition; beauty, vigor
and cheerfulness soon
disappear when the kid
neys are out of order
' or diseased.
Kidney trouble has
become so prevalent
ry, that it is not uncommon
for a chiKl til ha hrrn
-JLJ ffli.-i.1 u.liK L:,l
1 -I if ,k. un l
o, 14 uig laiiiiu ulul
ates too often, if the
urine scalds the flesh or If, when the child
reaches an age when It should be able to
control the passage. It is yet afflicted with
bed-wetting, depend upon It, the cause of
the difficulty Is kidney trouble, and the first
step should be towards the treatment of
these important crir.s. This unpleasant
trouele is due to a diseased condition of the
kidneys and bladder and not to a habit u
"most people s-ppese.
Women as well as men are made mis
erable with kidney and bladder trouble,
and both need the same preat remedy.
The mild and the immediate effect ot
Swamp-Root is soon realized. It is sold
by druggists, in fifty
cent and one dollar
sl;es. You mav have a E
sample bottle by mail
tree, also pamphlet tell- bum of 8wmmrRx.
ing all about it, including many of the
thousands of testimonial letters received
from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kllmet
& Co.. Binghamton, N. Y., be sure and
mention this paper. '
COOTY TEACHERS' IXsTlTlTE.
Interesting Meeting Hold at .Viliau
Me last Saturday.
The first meeting of the Clackamas
County Teachers Association for the
year 1904, was held in the Milwaukie
school house on Saturday, January 9.
The meeting was well attended by
many teachers from Clackamas and
HultDomah counties, and all present
took lively part in tbe day's proceed
ings. As, is always the case, when ths asso
ciation meets at Mil waukie, the work
of tbe association was intensely interest
ing, and the teachers were royally enter
tained. Meeting was called to order at 10:30
President J. C. Zinser in the chair.
Minutes of previous meeting read and
Tbe cbair appointed H. L. McCaon,
Vida Godfrey and H. Gilbert Beattie as
a committee to nominate officers.
Tbe regular semi-annual election of
officers was ordered with following re
sult: President, ex-officio. J. C. Zinser.
Vice President, L. A. Read.
Secretary, Fannie G. Porter.
President Library Association, H. L.
Vice-President, Frances Myers.
Treasurer, Millard Hyatt.
Miss C. P. Bradford, of Sew Era, Dre-
sented the subject, "How to Make the
Schoolroom More Homelike," in an in
teresting manner. She said this is a
problem that reqnires much mo-e effort
by the district than the city teacher. The
district teacher upon entering a school
for the first time, I think I can say, sel
dom finds much preparation made. She
showed what part pictures should have
in decorations, recommending the sim
ple black and white, or the sepia finish,
on account of the refining influence ob
tained. Children are often fond of
bright colors, and this taste should be
toned down by the teacher. All gorge
ous coloring in the school room should
be nature's own productions.
The subject was discussed at length
by County Superintendent J. C. Zinser,
who suggested Be re re I helpful methods
of decorations, and said that many dis
tricts in our own county bad made won
derful improvements along this line.
Mr. Adams also spoke on this subject.
Miss Irene Smith, principal Clacka
mas school, delivered an instructive ad
dress on "Reading in the Advanced Di
vision." The speaker in part said: In
discussing tbe teaching of reading, we
must be careful to distinguish its two
phases reading, as the getting of
thought fiom the printed page, and read
ing, as tiie imparting of a writer's
thoughts and feelings to others. We
must also note relation between reading
as a thought getting and as a thought
giving process. It is obvious that the
thought must be understood, the sen
tence appreciated, before any expres
sion of these is possible. What shall be
our aim in teaching reading? Will It
not be to secure from our pupils a cor
rect and intelligent rendering of the
thouebt of selection and adequate inter
pretation of the emotion, always simple
and unaffectedly in a conversational
tone. Teachers must teach proper ex
pression, emphasis, modulation, etc.,
and above all have lier pupils in sympa
thy with herself in all her work. The
speaker was listened to with marked at
tention, as her subject had been well
prepared and excellently rendered.
Superintendent Zinser incidentally
said that spelling correctly was allied
somewhat to reading. He would always
insist that spelling should be correct in
all branches, and that the terms used in
mathematics and other studies should be
He then asked the teachers what ef
fect attendance certificates bad on tbe
attendance. Those who responded said
that tbey bad resulted in securing better
attendance, and the unanimous vote was
to retain these certificates.
On motion, the association adjourned
to meet at 1 :30 p. m.
, SFTEBNOOK SESSION.
Called to order at 1 :30 P. M., Pres. J.
C. Zinser in the chair.
The chair appointed the following to
prepare resolutions for the close of the
meeting: Fred Meindl, KatifcWilsoa and
Tbe pupils of Milwaukie rendered sev
eral choice musical selections which re
flected much credit on the principal, Mr.
L. A. Read, and his efficient assistants.
Major T. C. Bell, a former principal of
tbe Oregon City school, but now a resi
dent of Portland, delivered an address in
which be spoke with much feeling of bis
connection with the schools of Clacka
mas county and strongly commended tbe
movement for making tbe school and
surroundings more beautiful. He very I
i highly praised the elfoits of Si.pt. J. 0.
i .ini-fr along t h line, anil mild this ad-
vam-eint'nt was worthv of praioe.
j "Tlit Hygiene of Position'' s the sub-
jci't of an able paper read by Mr. R. V,
liaker. He showed to those present how
very important it is for punils to have a
j correct position. Iluhit is everything,
: and if pupils are taught to sit ami Ml' ml
correctly ihey will Hiiiys have a correct
i pystnre. The erect position in sitting,
i standing and walking is as necessary to
, heiiith us to tt'aceliilin'ss. Never toler
j ate a stooping position."
.Mil's France Myers, of the Oregon
' Oil v schools, guve a most piaetieal and
erjovahle speech on " Kirst tear Phon
ies.' As usual, her remarks were excel
lent. The first association letweeu the
spoken and the written word is, or should
be, between them as wholes. Later, the
parts of a word are brought distinctly to
the child's consciousness A The parts of
' a spoken w ord are the elements' y sounds
w hu ll compose it. 1 ne pans ot a writ
ten word are the" letters, and the latter
being a symbol of the former will nwd .0
he associated with it. For this purpose
it will be necessary first, to separate
the spoken word into its parts; second,
to separate the written word into letters
or groups of letters; third, to establish
direct association between the several
sounds and corresponding letters. N
Miss Myers gave a practical school
room recitation to those present. .Many
questions were asued by visiting teach-'
ers, and all were satisfactorily answered
by Miss Myers.
Principal W. Gilbert Beattie, of West
Oregon City school, delivered a schol
arly address entitled "Character Build
ing." The speaker said the building ofj
character underlies or otiitht to underlie
eveiy course of study. Too often is vul
garity winked at, untruthfulness prac
tict'd and laughed at by many who are ,
parents and guardians of children, who
are sent into our schools to get a part of
that education wbicb is to teach them to
fill til their relationships to society, to,
state, and to their Creator." I
"Character is the one thing indispens-
sable to success, the one tiling absolutely ;
indispensable to the highest happiness,
lo live completely, the oue thing that en- ;
dures. What have we as teachers to do
with the building of character of those '
who spend many hours a week in our i
care? Most of our teaching deals' with j
the intellect, but the intellect has little!
or no influence on character. One thing ;
we have to our advantage, however, the
period of life with which we deal is the j
one in wbich the character is forming
the plastic, mobile period. It is the child '
who is most susceptible to chauires in j
character and conditions. Character is i
voluntary and involuntary. Little by
little you and I may lead children whose
voluntary character now seems to be
made up of evil habits, into clearer,
purer, larger anrt better things, into lives
of honesty, frankness, that will show
forth character and will bear a helpful
relationship 'o fellow man 'id an obedi-'
ent relationship to (jod.
Supt. J. C. Zinser spoke briefly on the ;
exhibit work that would be sent lo St.
Louis. He said that actual school work ,
was all that would be required and made :
many helpful suggestions that might as
sist those present.
1 tie committee on resolutions pre-;
sented the following, which were passed : I
bereas, 1 be teachers Association of !
Clackamas county have met in regular j
session at Milwajkie, this 9th day of
January, 1904, and whereas we have j
been so highly and royally entertained j
by the principal, Mr. L. A. Reed, his'
assistants and pat-one of the school, I
therefore be it resolved, that we extend j
a vote of thanks to the above for their l
generous hospitality, to ttie pupils lor
their pleasing entertainment, and to the
programme committee for the excellent
On motion association adjonrned to
meet at call of superintendent.
Fannie G. I'ortkb,
Readers of the Enterprise
ON Monday afternoon, Washington's Itirtliday, February -2, KM) I, The Knterriso
will distribute a snug sum of money among its subscTtbors. We have placed
on exhibition in the show window of Howell Jones, the druggists, a glass jar tilled
with coin of all denominations and this money will be given away to the readers
of The Enterprise on the afternoon of February 22, next. If you do not receive
a cash gift on your birthday, manage to share the distribution of this money on
Guess and Get the Money
Tho best guesser will get tho Imlk of the money
but in this contest all will huve tin eijuiil chunce.
Payment of subscription money on The Knterpine
is the onlv requisite condition for tho.se desiring to
participate in the contest. In order that the old readers
of The Enterprise njav have an ei(Utl chance to share the
division of the money with new suhseriU'rs, it has been decided
to allow One Guess for each 11.50 in subscription that is paid
for Tbe Enterprise, whether the payment covers a tlelimpuent
subscription or is paid for tho paper in advance.
Get Your Thinking Cap On
Somebody will get this money. Why should not
you ? No one knows tho acttinl amount of money
on deposit in the Jur. The Kntrpriso placed the
hulk of tho money in the Jar and the balance, in
various denominations, was deposited therein by a person not
connected with tho paper, tho amount so deposited by each
being unknown to the other. The seal of the Jur will be
broken on tho afternoon of Monday, February 'J'.', l'.IO I, and
distributed among the successful guessers.
50 Per Cent p
OF MONEY TO TEIISON
making closest guess as to
contents of the Jar.
25 per cent to the person
making the second closest
guess and 5 per cent each to
the next five persons guess
in closest to the amount.
In case of a tie, the amount
involved will be divided.
The contest will positively
close at noon on Monday,
February 22, HUM.
I Estimate that tho Prize Money Contest Jar of The
Oregoir City Enterprise, on exhibition in tho show ?
avindow of Howell k Jones, contains $
All guesses must be mailed or delivered at tills office where they will be,
preserved until the close of the contest.
FOH THE EN KKI'KISK
Now and make your guess.
If you already take the pa
per subscrilo for a friend
and get u chance on the
If you cannot call at the
oflice (ill out the Coupon
and send with t.M to the
Oregon City Enterprise.
Guesses must be received
at this ollico before Friday
noon, January 1, HUM.
SUBSCRIBE FOR A GOOD COUNTY PAPER
THE ENTERPRISE IS THE ONLY REPUBLICAN Paper in Clackamas County, the best pajr printed in tho County, the
official City and County paper and the paper you must read il you aro to bo informed weekly of tho events of interest in
Clackamas county. Subscribe for The Enterprise now and send in your estimate in tho prizo money guessing contest.
The subscription price of The Enterprise is $1.50 per year.
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which tickles the mucous membrane,
causing the cough, and at the same time
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curable cases of Coughs. Colds and Croup.
One Minute Cough Cure is pleasant to
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SiWribe for the KnierprM.
Wants To Be Sepabated. On the
grounds of cruel treatment when her
husband was intoxicated, Mrs. Bertha
Xicolson has brought a suit in the circuit
court for divorce from Daniel Nicolson,
whom she charges with frequently threat
ening to kill her.
Impossible to fotesee an accident, Not
impossible to be prepared for it. Dr.
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R. L. Holrhm, leading undertaker
Oregon Oity, Oregon. March 27-tf
This is the time of year to give some
attention to your subscription to the En
terprise. Many of our readers are con
siderably behind in their subscription
and as a business proposition we shall
expect at least a part payment on sub
scription at this tins.
Astoria & Columbia
River Railroad Co.
10 .10 1
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ft .50 p. n
11 30 a. m
8 15 a. m .
6 1ft a. m
2 .V) p.m
5 00 p. m
9 w a. ni .
. 7 40 a. m
.10 30 a. ni
. 6 50 p. m
.12 30 p. m
. 7 20 p. ra
. 1 30 p. ID
. 60 a. m
All trains make close connections at Gohls
with all rorthern Pacific trains to or from
the East or Hound Points.
At Portland with all trains leaving Union
At Astoria with I. R. A N.Co.'s boats and
rail line, and Steamer T. i. Potter, lo and
from Ilwaco and North litach Points.
Ticket offlre, 255 Morrison it., arid Union
depot. J. C. M AYO.Oen. Pass. Agt.
WE HAVE MOVED
THE OREGON CITY JUNK AND
SECOND HAND STORE has removed
into the storeroom adjoining the poet of
fice. We carry a complete line of new
and second hand stoves and furniture.
Highest prices paid for all kinds of junk.
Sugarman & Co.
The grand premium offer of the Enter
prise and Weekly Oreonian for one year,
including a fine world's map, with sepa
rate map of Oregon, Washington and
No appetite, loss of feng1h, nerrooav
am, headache, constipation, bad breath,
reneral debility, ur risings, and catarrh of
theftomach arealldue to Indigestion. Kodol
vet Indigestion. This new discovery repre
sent the natural juices of digestion as they
Hst In a healthy stomach, com ht nut with
me greatest known tonic and reconstructive matio, an tor tne sum oi i-.-o, expires
January 1, next, unless we can mate
satisfactory arrangements for its renewal.
Persons desiring to take advantage of
the offer should send in their subscrip
tions at once, for we ran not guarantee
that the offer will bold good after Mew
Year's Day. The map alone ie worth
$2.M, or more than the cost of tbe two
papers, including tbe premium.
Itn KiDd You Han Alwars tosrft
frn4 SftO, D.WITT M., rMA0 ffimtM jTlff
Seld by 0. k. HARDING, Drufgiit I rf Ula&fflcUiUtf
Do tint be dm-lviil by those wlm ml
vtTtise a I'iO.lK) ph'V. iiiir Machine for
fJU.OO. This kind of a machine can
be tiuiitrlit from us or any of our
dealers from 1 .00 to 18.00.
WC MAKC A VARICTY. .
THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST.
The Fectl determines the strength or
wenkni'MS or Bewinir Machines. '11k
Double !'l combined with other
strong jMiints mukestho fw Home
the best hewing Machine to buy.
showing ths dlf-
rereni Mylin of
Hi wlnir Miw hi n,.a
wo iimnufwmiruund prices Ix-diru purctiunliig
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28 Union Kq. N. Y., China-,, III., Atlanta, tin.,
HU LouU.Mo., Dullati,Tex.,HHn KnuinUcu, Cul
ron (ait by
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are no higher than those In any other
trade, and ours are no higher than ser
vice rendered demands.
What we undertake to do in a thorough
and satisfactory manner. There will'
not be found after our workman get
through with a jobany defective joints,
leaky pipes, loose connections or otbet
evidences of scamped" work. Kvery
part will be perfect, and look perfect,
and when the bill comes in you'll not
ask for any deduction.
properties. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure doss net
sly cure Indigestion snd dyspepsia, but this
famous remedy cures all stomach trouble
ry cleansing, purifying, sweetening an4
strengthening the mucous membmuss Unto
Mr. 8. S. BH of Rmnsweed, yr. Vt., aat
1 was trabiad with our atonuek tar twmtt rw
jJMoJWid aw sad ar now oatnf H la SH
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Portland and The Dalles
ALL WAY LANDINGS
"Bailey Gatzert" "Dalles City"
Connecting at Lyle, Wash., with the
Columbia Hiver and Northern Ky. fur
Wahklacns, laly, Onterville, Wolden
dale ami all Clicketat Valley points.
Rteamer leaves Portland daily (except
Sunday) for The Dalles 7 a. m., arrives
The Dalles p. m. ; steamer connects
with C. R. A N. train at Lyle for Uol
dendale. Nteamer leaves The Dales
daily (except Sunday) for Portland at
7:30 a. m., arrives Portland U p. m.;
C. R. & N. train leaving Ooldendale at
0:15 connect with the steamer for Port
land. Excellent meals served on all steamers
Fine accommodations for teams and
For detailed information of rates,
berth reservations, railroad and stave
connections write or?call npon 8. Mc
donald, agent. Alder street wharf, or
II. C. CAM PHKLL, Manager,
O. R. & N.
Daily River Schedule
ORKGON CITY BOATS.
Steamers Altona and Pomona for Pa
lem and way points, leave Portland daily
f except Hmiday) at 6:45 a. in., leave
Oregon City, 8 :15 a. m. ; returning, leave
Hsflem, 7 a. rn. ; leave Oregon City, 4 :30
Oregon City Trannpurtutlon Co.
Oregon Short Line
and Union Pacific
THREE TRAINSTO THE EAST
Through Pullman standard and Tour
ist sleeping curs daily to Omaha, Chicago
Spokane; tourist sleeping curs daily U
Kansas City; through l'lillinun touria
sleeping cars (personally conducted)
weekly to Chicago, Kansas City, reclin
ing chairsieats f recto the cast daily.
DsrART TIM E HCIIKIlULKS Aaaivi
ChieaRo- Hull l.ske, Denver. Ft.
Portland Worlli.Omatia.Kan- . P-
Hpecial , (;ity( bl- Mait
OiJOa. ni. Chicago and East.
Fxilres" Hult Uk'' V".
S r'n iii Wortti.OiiiahB.Kaii- K),.1() a.m.
via llui.t Ht; '"
liiKlon. Chicago and Rest.
Fast' Mail W,lla Walla, Uwi.
n in ,on Hpokaue, Mln-
yja nenpohs. Ht. Paul, 7:35 a. m.
Spokane I'ulutli, Milwaukee,
Chicago and Fast.
Ocean and River Schedule
I p. ii.
mor yield mr?
av all expert manttng
ve dlppolnienti, 4I
yean the Mantiarti bceae.
Sold by all dealers. I04
ftectl Annual postpaid Irea,
to all applicants.
D. M. FERRY & CO.,
H p. 111.
10 p. 111.
All Hiiillng (lutes sub
ject to change.
Kr nKn Kntnoix-o
Hail every 0 days
To Antoria and Way.
4 p. m.
4 p. 111.
No Change of Cars. Tickets east
via all rail, or boat and rail via Portland.
For detailed Information of rates
berth reservation etc, call or write to'
agent at warf.
Central Offices, II. C. Campbiu,,
Portland, Ore. Manager.
L. Lewis, Comm'I Agt., 42 Alder St.,
Portland, Ore. Write for Lh nnvi
catchy Heaside pamphlet, just issued.
telling all aliout Hummer (iirls K..
penta and Bnnssts atBessidt.