OAtGON CITY fNTrMI, FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 104. PAQI 7. Wanted to be Heard From! if itirrr I n tnvsll'l vrtmian, suffering hum lrtf.nl' raalire, Hulaua, i lalling ul ni'. ot from Iriiriirrlirt Imi Hard IH I'letcr'a lavorile 'ia. acrtt'l 'n ''""l'l'' the Bn,r,,inril .iMnrtiir ami makera H B..iliMinr.I mr.li ln wntilil Ilk u lirar '"" ,,,,n '-l 1 lH I n htt H'lvmitnjtf In arilr llirtil they iiflrf, l llrt K'""' 'alibi Ifvratil l .,i for antMaaeuf tl" above, liiaMlrt tiiiih they'ran U.ouo I OKI LIT will a) I j.ui if (I,,, raiinol alww the niimal algnalwe vi (ha lrnliilual vultililreMiiaj Ilia laati gmtus! lalu 'aw "' "' "(" (4 rrTtr teetinmnial among Iht Ihouaamta almh l'y f'laiilly t.uUialnng, hit j'fovlin thai! Rnuinrnraa Woatii'a tiiarawaasv Mkiiiral Aft aiUTi.N, rii'pitKa, llultalu, N. V. , Mimi kuiriit im Mia air1 t Raa hrttl i Hi Half Rifv. I Mm, Iko """a" betas iia si ii( "I l " Slai, !. kf imii" a.ii-a itH m,,4i., la (IHiwI M III Sn.a l.i) " ,M wnk't !.! i fa ma la d.ffk. Uw 1 ,.i.-1 Ik I-mi "'IK liaa 't -tuA. .ml I iltiWl il i 'ii lha lima I -,. H fi. .hi ! ' l in i miKif 1 ilaej ililfrl.nl li!'l alMlail linwlm ,J Mwail i1' ,," J"' V"1 akaii (a In1' mli.il aad uflfil aa aauA'iina "I "h" Hi"! "a4 far. a luml IhM-iiaH li lil 11 rtrli. a 'a M,lt 1'i.a ill-l a I Iiaa.it i aaf. I kainl "' ' ""' Bi'ill'l'ii M .,,.1.1 Hi" " v " ! Hiuiilh I ! hilillt -l I li li.l h ni Miii'l' '' "' ! ,,,l " 'li1 Hi V I"""1 ,h u ft lillit .l4 lifw lift Hl'ltl'' 1 ' '" "" ' "I'avoiilr I'lr w f ijilinii " m..rt ' womrll tfuiiK. " Ki inrit writ Af cr(l fi' anl; il nl' I' r ""! " .n' butl wll wul'i'i-ia !i.f .(ruV wi.ijiii Xlir I iimiiinii 'ti s' Vc-'l.'il ,.i'Mf mJi Itli'r I L'r in W'lh'pn. . 1.1 I' ilmrM fiti nn tr-n;.l J I ' 1 1 m i H fijcflM- ill ti-mliri i' 'l .' 5r K V llrnr. i il.ii.. i Y DINOUNCID Hit Dt'AMIM. - - i (iri'iiiinin Mafmann Mtkaa Cf. mg Adilrata la Larga Audianc. i. !,.ir an auillrlli' llml " krj MMm. Ij'a u-ria linn I" Ihla riiy Cuiiatr- tl4M llrllllOllll lll'll" Blr J 111 III If Illi , kaii'a H'l liavr l-rrn .ti frfrJ aclnal Mm l Vrali ti lil lrnii iUr up l.n ut mill ullii-i "I lil iMaiiicm Tlir dllr ill Ml lliiriliallll U llilill.rl luici.rJ ami niKilo a "hI linirrwii.i Tt.c i K ililrtil ul Ihr .arl al '.11 111. ii s n'i'l lli- J li'lli luliif y llailiM raiiii'-l kjiiUi il..n nh Ihrin Afln I llrC.y illn-uaalng Ih a) aTll In M' l mrnllnimJ I'm linpruvrrm-iil o thai ttlllaiiilla Hcf lili-h la i.f im riii' lo lixal p(uii.ill). ami llir ftlUly of III llti-full tlrlrjulli.il turn ( for fii'f.ut ii a (iuMic li.ll.l Itf, Ciineiranmari llnrmann ravrtir.l lu II.. hiir Dial im Uliif nimle llil turn I) ! To'tUnd Junmal aa a ly In tin. fuiiiU.ua. ai'uttllniia ami J. fB0il"iy pul lli nn arnl lrilrl lil mllnn. wh-m hr Irriiict llr. dl.rnita an.l vil-Uino-.ia iciwatita V Tln In Imil Ii "I III" ili-i't" that li Ixrn irfrrt"l airil him Mr llrimaiiti li.iwr. llir uiur fall, y it ll Alul rlriy ull 'f III" ' liiilliili, hi ll Sir l-ar. mi the ITU"' "!l! tin I I'-n A uui.il.a alul Jrliliriale iitlMlolrmriil w mm lis ( V) net I Amm &4 k A The prohibition and temperance w :J7hbltion jaw have labeled it i.f a. Imil f,i, la aa ll,ry ,, ,,, ,rf rr. tulioralril by rm nnla. Mr llrrmann r.invln.lng! va plalnr-d 1 y i(.i'.lli, .iiu. in.i hla rillim ,m ll. laml al lit l!....-l.,,r , Bt)ll m rn. Ilrrly rrgnlar ami al. Ihla u ni Uur.ii,r4 tjttfll alHtui ) rniHiiha aan. II" hi.-4 llml hla mini, w,.r ,rllult,ty r.itinim4 l.y llio f.imml'iiii-r i.f I ha H'lHTal laml i.m.K, nm lhttt H, ton alru.il.in of ih law with ri-frri-n.a Ihrlrlo nul KVOII IIHMlin.il until 1 i-..ra liii.-r finally antlafa. -lory 1li.,.lln aa m.ln i.f nihrr i Imrfia an.l In rfiilln llm ilalm that lia la a..t...f liillng lu hlmiwlf ii,.iiiry aavi.il frmn rlrtk hire Mr. Ilnnianu di-nuunrrd lha rliaga aa ul Urly falaa and alal4 Ihal on lha con Irary h la ml.iyln Ihir rlrrka and ri.rnlln i-lrrlral aid mm a than lha gi.v.mninit allow a him. Mr. Ilrrmann atalrd Ihal .alnla al Irgrd ly hla anxnilra la hava lwn laauad In II daya wrra a-ually In lha fni-ral land nfflia from Juna to Novambrr. aa ahown If tha rnoi.la Having lh'r. "ijlily vln.1l.alrd hlmarlf c.f Ihr ihatgra, Mr, Hnmann Itivllrd Ilia ai.dll.ua In aak any quratl.ma, but Ihna ra nona ma-la, In r.,n. lading, Mr. Ilrrmnnn dla i uaard nalli.nal ixilllli a. rrvrullng lha gtnwlh and pruatwrtly of lha rnuntry iindrr lha almliilaiiaii..n of Id -jmtilli-an llli'lra Tli inriiiinii of M. Kliilry and H'MMMivrll found a rraM.nalvn rli.iid In lha au.llrhi r. whl. h gava anlhualaallr tlitilunar Hrimlor lliownrll orraldrd aa chair- ninn of Ilia nirrting. and lrf..i Inlro Iti. log Mr llrritiiimi aMik l.il.-rly in i ollttllrliilatlntl of thr llrpill.ll. nil county Mid kliUlltf llikrta ll.fi.ln Ihr mrrtllig .all.i til ofdrr, (hr iiirgun I'lty hand niadr lt Itilllul jiaiama fur tha arawm and ilu'r1 a nunihrr of arlr. ll.ina og lha atrrrta. In Ha faithful pro,, lira diitttig Ihr wlntrr tuoitfha Ihla oigitiiUatlon Ima tnailr ...it- Idrralila lniirormrnt, and Ihr (.rn.l of (irrgun City will hr glud lo hm mora of Ihla Land during tha aummrr moitlha Al thr ortii honor, tha Mrf ralwr riiar- Irttr hratd III art rl al rillllllirn, rr- r. Ilng rm.it. a r. h tlmr In f.rrarnl- llig thr unallrllr. Hi tlator UliiXllrll fr- friinl tu thr altigrta aa thr .tiajtrttr "that aang thr !( piihllran tl' k. I In v. -toiy a )rrtr agu " A vny rotdlal rr.-rp-tli.tl waa rut. ltd. d thr alligrta, Who ana lullird Ih. II Irpulallon of bring thr l.rat .llatlrttr that r rr llrard III (lligoll i lly. flooaavait Club Organiiad. At ll, . t.iar i.f thr I l-'t maim Lilly, a It..iairtt l(rnililian I'luli lilgallltrd wllh HO ih.iil.r mmtliria l'aitaln M II I't.lllll'a ! rl. .tr. Jilral l. Ill all'l W. A t'linlik ar.irtar)' Thr iirral.lrnt and ii II IMiiiI. k. W in (ihralmn. J W. Mof f. tt alii lir.iigr I'allfl wrie tonalllutrd a .l.ltlllllllrr tu riolllllialr Irll Vl'a .rral- ,.nia ,! u,r otiirr ortlirra of lha or gaitliallnn Thr pnt-wir for whlth tha rluh ha lirrr, formrd la lo aid In rvrry iMail.lr way tha Uri.ulill. an roumy cm lial r.iinmlttra In both tha Juna and Ni'vanthrr alrrtlona Summon a. In lha r'Kcull Court fur lha Btate of Ora gon, for lha County of Chukamaa. Alkrriana jwaon. I'lalnllff. va. Jnkn Kay, rdrrl.k A. llrlma. F.mma J. JM-rnnan. Jwklyn Hold, rrrdarlck llrnn' H'hwub. John Pavld S.hwab. Maria Umlaa H.hwab. iloryrtta 8. hwah. liudolph I.iithrr K. hwab and M II Krrflr. lirfrndanta. fan -itics of Oreeon. beine laliuuwi a w o . .. t" entry, tv . j iv.y. ill J WV-'i. J. Ki J7V VW !.. . :m lli'''ii ' In tha Nama of lha fllata of Orrn: To Frulrrl. k A. Illma, Emma J. Mc lennan, Jocklyn Bold, KrUiirlcic llaniy R'hwuh, John Pavld Hrhwab, Marl Umlaa Hi I. wall, MaryattA Bt hwab, Ku- dol.h l.ulliar Rcltwab, above natnad da frndgnla. Tuu and aa. h of you aJ a hrrtby ra- qulrrd to a'.orar and an aw ar tha com plaint nird agalnat you In tha abova an tlllad court and CAuaa, OP or brf.ua tha !!h day of Juna, 1104, that bring tha laat day btdrrvd by tha Court fur tha pul.llratlon of thla aummona. And If you fall ao to appear or anawrr lha plalnlirr will apply to lha court (or lha rallaf prayad for In tha oompUInt on flla harrln, to-wlt: A daoraa datar- mining lha right of tha aavaraj parllaa ha rate In And tha aanltlon of tha fol lowing dracribad rtai aalala, to-wlt: A pari of tha llatma D. U C. No. 0. In axtlona II. 10. II And 10, In T. I f. R. E. of tha WMIlamatta Martdlan, In Clack -amaa county, Oragon, baglnntnf at tha rarnUant angla In aald claim and running Ihanra aouth 41 dag. 4t mln. aat II fhalna to claim cornar; Iharvra north 41 drg. aaat II chain to claim enrnar; thanra north II dag. II mln. waat 12 chalna to a point In claim Una; tbanea aouth 41 dag 11 mln. waat 10 20 chain to Una dividing huahand' half from hrlra of wlfa half of aald claim; thane aouth 41 drg. 41 mln. aaat. following aaJd dlvdlng Una to aouthaaatarly Una of aald claim; thanca north 42 dag. aaat II tl chalna to plac of beginning. Thla aummona la publlahad by ordar of Thomaa A. Mdlrida. Judg of a!d Court, for A parlod of all (I) conacutlv waaka, flrat publication lo b on FV1 day, tha 11th day of May, 1104, and tha laat to ba on FVlday, tha 21th day of Juna, 1104. UVT BT1PP. Attomry for riaJntit. i READ THE BILL CAREFULLY. Propoaed Muni Local Option Mtaaurt Practical Prohibition. : Iii-fore yutlng for or frlnt either : of th mcaMuri; propoai'il by the In-Initiative pftltlon for tD(lort-mnt by lbi ixKiplo l the Juno fli-ctlon, the 4 voter ahould carefully retd AnJ ln- terpri t the two bllla, and gain an un- j ularly tru of the local option bcm- U. uri. t tipliMl oi mil win are iu vn . hail for the an king at the office of tUv cuiiiy clerk. Aa a matter of fact, the enactment of thla apparently fair nieaaure inio hihliUin in iuu aiaio ui vii'-ftu. , -j . i .. i m TKft qui-Htlon arlw. do the people ot the Mate want prohibition! Iniler the atatutea aa they no ex lnt a aalixm cannot be established In any precinct of the county aave by petition or more than a major ity of the rotor of that precinct When eatabllahed. thene retwrta are regulated and controlled by county court or city council while the bua lnen of theae place and the manner In which It Hball be carled on la reg ulated by law. Therefore, the poople of the atate practically bate local option now. Appended are a few opinion from prominent men of the country touch ing on the aubject of lotal option and prohibition: DlHhop Stanley, of North Dakota "I am convinced that prohibitum Is doing Incalculable harm to the utate and to many of lla Inhabitants. In many trip, around the state I aee and hear these facta. Such being the .... t unable to carry tne state ior . ... f f.LfJ Sal Adv. Golden Oregon City's Big 4 a a a J. vm 1 contend that the time baa j case. eoine to make a change for the bet ter. While refraining from approv ing or disapproving prohibition as a theory, I say that prohibition aa a fact Is a flat failure In North Da kota." KxSecrelanr Russell A. Alger, Michigan "You can t Ulk prohibl- tlon In Michigan. lor we nave inea It and know what a dire failure It Is. When we had prohibition the atate was flooded with smuggled beer and whiskey, and It was Impossible for us to prevent it. We now license saloons, and while there Is no more liquor drank than there was during the reign of prohibition, we derive an enormous revenue from toe irai- lie. besides preventing liquors from i being smupgled into the state and I sold Illegally, as It puts the naloon ; fcj men to guarding each other. 1 nave rrm alwnvs considered prohibition a fall- J ure. and don't believe It can ever J be made effectual." j I', g. Ju.lb-e D. E. Bryant. Texas j Coughg and cods down to the TerT 'S"Xy of consumption, yield to When prohibition was submitted to a the soothing, healing influences of Dr. vote of the people of Texas. I voted J Wood s Norway Pine Syrup. for it n -rrjnd faitn. since juue Difi7 I have faithfully enrtoavorea to enforce prohibition laws of the Vnlted States prevailing in the Indian Terltory in my Jurisdiction. I have had the assistance of a competent and and faithful district attorneys and marshals, excellent srand and petit Juries, In fact, everjiiluK that could be desired to make the law effective, if it could be made so. My experi ence has taught me that It is folly to believe for a moment that it can be successfully prohibited. It leads to all manner of evasions, even to perjury and subordination of perjury. It builds up feuds locally, which fre quently result In personal conflicts, and in some instances murder la the result Notwithstanding the rigid prosecution the traffic is unabated; In fact, if any difference, increases. "Wherever local option exists you will find lawless persons who will soil to any and everybody wherever they can, not respiting minority or other conditions. The courts will be flooded with prosecutions, and there will be but few convictions, and the expense will be very large." This office was never before better prepared to do Job work of all kinds on short notice than It is right now. Send in your work. When the Sap Rises Weak lungs should be careful. CoughB and colds are dangerous then. One Minute Cough Cure cures coughs and colds and gives strength to the lungs. Mrs. O. E. Fenner, of Marlon, Ind., says: "I have suffered with a cough until I run down In weight from 148 to 92 pounds. I tried a number of remedies to no avail un til I used One Minute Cough Cure. Four bottles of this wonderful rem edy cured mo entirely of tha cough, strengthened my lungs and restored me to my normal weight health and strength." Sold by 0. A. Harding. Lew Rataa to Hood River. Tha strawberry crop in Hoed River prornlara from every Indication to be enormoua thla year. 6000 people will be needed to pick and pack tha luacioua fnilt. Pickera are paid 1 1-2 cents a box and packere 1-1 cent. Good pickers earn aa high aa $3 SO a day. People In tending to go ahould take their camping outfit with them, as it la cheaper, and raaler to move from place to place. The fare on the -RegnlRtor Line" ateara era la very low, being only 12.00 for the round trip, or 11.25 one way. Children between ( and 12 half fare. A liberal al lowance of baggage is carried free with each ticket. Kvery article ahould be marked plainly witn name oi owner aim dt.gtlnilllon Kfmerobi.r steamera leave . ....t, i..rtlnm1 -v.rv mtirn- am.. .,re,t do, k. lVrtlnnd. every morn- may be had by calling I at dock, or telephone Main 14. I ADAMS BROS. Rtde Baaai Cash Store The Store that a9-vMoiicrMni n tirourR 'ILL make your old furniture and woodwork look like new and will brighten up and jive new life and lustre to your floors at nominal cost-' Put up in eight colors and also Clear; One Coat is sufficient. Can be applied by anyone. It dries over night. iZl Kl ZZZlZZZm E.CZLIT AX2 CCLCS CilS. ror. sale at Howell & Jones, RELIABLE DRLQUIST5, Oregon City Oregon . -. . . -. - - - " OREGON CITY F. S. BAKER PROP. 4r 0. R. A N. Summer Book. " The handaome 1904 summer book. "Reatful Recreation Resorts." issued by the Paasenger Department of the Oregon Railroad A Navigation company, ia just out. Telia all about the summering places of the Columbia River Valley a brief description of the trips up and down the Columbia River, to the mountains, beachea. Inland resorts and fountains of healing, where they are and how to reach them. The book has a special designed front cover, printed In two colors, and the Inside pages are splen didly illustrated by costly and beau tiful half-tones. A copy of this publi cation may be obtained by sending two cents in stamps to A. L. Craig, General Passenger Agent of the Oregon Rail road A Navigation company, Portland. Bo" 1,8 M Hj' DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK ? Kidney Trouble Makes Ton Miserable. Almost everybody who reads the news papers ts sure to know of the wonderful cures m&oe cy ur. 1 1 Kilmer I the pre landbla Kilmer s liwamp-Koot, eat kidney, liver ladder remedy. m ii ia tuo rrcv.! incur- 1 . 1 . 1 . Al S cal triumph of the nine teenth century; dis covered after years of az-lrntifir rrrarrh hv f-0v! Dr. Kilmer, the eml- 1 1 1- ill niui fiiiu vmr der specialist, and ts wonderfully successful In promptly curing lame back, kidney. bUdJer, uric acid trou bles and Brlght's Dle-is, which is the worst form of kidney trouble. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root ts not reo emmendedfor everything but If you have kid ney, liver or b!add:r trouble It will be found Just the remedy ycu need. Ii has been tested In so many ways, In hospital work, In private practice, among the helpless too poor to pur chase relief and has proved so successful in every case that a special arrangement has been made by which all readers of this paper who have not already tried it, may have a sample bottle sent free by mall, also a book telling more ibout Swamp-Root and how to find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble. When writing mention reaoing tnis generous ffer In this paper and fxZrm. send your address to 'T'.'--tTIik.i ! Dr. Kilmer St Co..Birt;- 7, Ihamton. N. Y. The reguiir liny cent ar.a uca doUa, slies are sold by all good Qrvgpstj. Does the Business i PLANING MILL All kinds of Building Material, Sasb, Doors Moulding, Etc. - - M44444)444M OREGON CITY, ORE. Scratch, scratch; unable to attend to business during the day or sleep during the night Itching pHp. hor rible plague. Doan's Ointment cures. Neevr fails. At any drug store, 60 cents. The Enterprise office Is now better equipped than ever for ill classes of book and miscellaneous Job work. Baarttw A ti Ytm Han Ulran gjc! Kgsstaie af SOMETHING for NOTHING Naturally induces trade. We do not do business on that basis but do give value re . ceived for every cent you spend at our store. Here are some bargains: 3-lb . can Brandenstein's Jfocha and Java coffee . . $1.00 5 lbs Brandenstein's Caro head Rice 50 Good brand bulk Coffee, per pound 12 Green Java Coffee, per lb. . .15 Fine bulk Sjrup, per gallon .50 A full line of the very best in the grocery line at The ELECTRIC Grocery D,M. KLEMSEN, Prop. Main Street next to Albright's Market tbx CLXANSIHG AKD U KALI HQ CATARRH Ely's Cream Bn Baay and pleasant to aae. Cuntaina SO in luriooa drug. It ia qnii-kiy abanrbeiL GiTra KcUef atonee. CATARRH It Oprna and Cleaoata COLD 'N HEAD l.i e itaaai raaascva. Ural! and Froteett th Membrane. Krttorei tbl frii il Tanie and fmf iL Urt-e 9zr. 60 ct-nta al Pnu-riBtaar hr mail; Trial Slie, wcema kj oiai. tLY BKO'I UitltS, Warreu 6uw-t- New 1 urk. June. Vote against it.