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OREGON CITY ENTERPRISE, FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1904.
; Oar Correspondents' Corner :
w Brld Bit ot Ooaip rrom
Correspondents are requested to re-
new their work. We will furnish all
IZw y stationery. The news from
your ne chborhood snomu appear m ;
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these columns every wevk.
Mra. Harry- Malon waa a buslneaa vla
Itor to Portland Tuesday.
The election pawed off very quietly
and every- one 18 8,;id " ls pvr-
Supervlsor Linn la Improving the
atreeta about town. Let the good work
About BO people attended the aale of
lota at this place, laat Saturday.
t" i . , ' 1. t,ua a rtnnrAnt And Ice
near the d,pot. A more substantial
biding wl.le erected In the near fu-
:. " ..,n h. modern In every W '
Sheriff Shaver. Recorder Stevens. At
torney CampNll and Mr. U'Ren were
noticed on our atreeta Saturday.
Estacada waa evidently disappointed
over the election. It la hard to down
Eagle Creek when It cornea to politic.
Mr. J. E. Burnett waa a Portland vla
The aubstation at thl place la now
In operation and the trolley car will
soon take the place of the ateara car.
There will be four or Ave regular trains
each way a day.
Ely base ball nine defeated Cam first
Bine Sunday. cor 11 to 15. Shubel de
feated Caru second nine same day,
core IS to 15. Next Sunday West Side
team playa Carua at Caru.
Jone Broa. were looking after their
Pay Spangler la crippled up pretty bad
ly at present.
Chaa Thomaa. of Vnion Hall, waa eeen
In our burg Sunday.
W. P. King and wife spent a few daya
this week vlaiting frienda and relative
here, returning Tuesday to Portland.
Al Jonea and wife spent Sunday at
John Bum's home.
Emeraon Spat is working for Nash
ft Dodge at Cedar Island.
Ralph Howard, of Canby. spent Sunday
with his parents.
Clyde Smith is working at present for
,f i ,
Bert Perry- and Rex Lewis were in our
Lumber hauling is the order of the day
New houses, barns, picket fences and
board fences are going up in all direc
There wll be Ian abundance of every
kind of fruit, and all kinds of grain
Decoration day was observed by deco
rating all the graves in the cemetery.
A new settler by the name of Wolfe
bought land and located In this neigh
borhood last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Hans Paulson visited
their old friends Mr. and Mrs. Tracy at
Estacada and had a look at the new
Mrs. Hld Is visiting with her daugh
ter and other friends for the last month
In Washington county.
Mrs. Johnson and her daughter. Marie,
were visiting in Portland some days last
Some of the boys from here were up
to see the Hood P.iver country.
Mr. Hans Paulson was on business In
Miss Dora Smith and Miss Bertha
Harders were out from Portland fur a
few days vlBit with their parents.
Theo. Harders and Leo Rath went to
Ross Brown spent the day on Wednes
day at the home of Mr. J. Doremus at
N. McKillican Is busy this week haul
ing lumber for his new house to be built
on his farm at Redland.
W. H. Bonney has his new saw mill
In operation and is ready to receive or
ders for rough and dressed lumber. The
mill Is located on Clear creek at Fisher's
Mrs. Mary Robeson, who has been on
the sick list for some time, Is yet under
the doctor care.
Miss Elsie Fischer was visiting the
Gotberg home Sunday.
Some of our younrf folks attended the
ball game Sunday at Shubel.
D. A. Jams captured a young deer
last week. It is thriving nicely and la a
The dance at ih'j I:cbestn hall Satur
day night har ot;.1 attendance, but
those that were' there enjoyed themselves
Bill Baker Is erecting a new barn and
house on his place. .
James ic Son are busy hauling logs to
mill, as they will do considerable build
ing this summer, two new barns and a
atore, um latter being 24xti0, two-story,
with a hall above.
Frees iiooney went to Oregon City to
day to I'.ceive the fish the government is
to send him to stock the lakes In the
mountains in and around Cold Springs
and lfeso Snookurn lake.
Dry weather again, we f-ar.
Hurrah for H-my Aden, our newly
And we all saw their finish the Demo
John Peters, the retired business man
of thl place, has gone to Hood River on
A number of people from here Intend
going; to the Grange picnic at Frog Pond
The P-epublican meeting Saturday
night wa rather amaJL partly on account
U the ball on the ame night.
There will be preaching service, at
WUsonviUe hall next Sunday, conducted
ty Rev. Austin, of Tualatin. One ser
vice at 11 a, m. and one at 4 p. m.
...aaa nuiiKii ki
ftu rarooi uc ur.
EMer Wat.,, .he loa.lina: niln sto, In
c, ..!,. with a lnrw atti'tlilnnce.
Jot Mallntt la working for Nash &
tv-xlge at CY.inr IslnnJ thl week.
Bonney Mallatt haa a aover attack of
sor throat, but la receiving treatment
that we hope will help him.
P. Murphy returned from Hood River
a few daya ago to attend the election
Fred W'alace, of Oak Point, apent a
few daya with hla parenta last week.
Chaa. and Ida Boynton called at the
Woodaide home Monday.
Rev. Wllea haa lumber hauled for hla
Mr. Mll.tt and family Mr. HhvIs and
family. Mra. Panlel. and dau.h er Katie
Mr. Bowman and dauahter. Keta and
"Sunt and Mr. and Mra. Wallace and
daughter Eva were visitors at the home
of Fred ErVkaon 8unday.
Fred Woodsld Is breaking a colt for
Mr. Murphy. He made a flying trip to
Meadowbrook. If It did do lota of
Price Barclay la working at Austin's
mill near Cedar Island.
C. Naah and family were In our midst
Agnes Wallace made a flying trip to
Oregon City Wednesday.
J. S. Dick haa purchaaed th thorough
bred trotter Barlow Jane, and Clyde say
he will hav her down to 1:10 by the
Fourth. Jane and Clyde will probably
head the procession on the Glorious
W. M. Cantrell came up from Portland
and pent Sunday In Canby. He waa
visiting hla daughter, who recently re
turned from California.
Otto and Emma Evana returned Thurs
day from l.oa Angeles, where they have
spent several montha enjoying the frag
rance of the orange blossom.
William Powera. from Lebanon. Is a
new clerk employed In the store of Carl
ton ft Rosencrana.
Wesley Rigga recently purchased a
very" nice buggy horse of 8. Ramsby, of
Canbv base ball nine Is to play the
Silverton ball nine on the Canby diamond
next Sunday and every one predicts the
succesa ot (.anoy.
The Canbv school will close Friday,
June 11. Examinations are now being
held at the schlol house.
Every- one Is feeling very happy that
our fellow citizen F. A. Sleight was
elected by such a handsonme vote. It
speaks well for him as an officer.
Mrs. F. A: Sleight, of Oregon City, was
visiting Mrs. Rosencrans on Tuesday.
Ralph Knight took the second degree
in the I. O. O. F. lodge last Friday night
and on Tuesday evening he was initi
ated Into the Rebecca lodge.
OREGON'S TRIBUTE TO PRESIDENT.
State Republican Ticket Haa 22,000 Ma
jority. Oregon's tribute to President Theodore
Roosevelt is a Republican plurality of
more than 2l.0'l0 votes. To support the
president's policies In congress Oregon
has returned two Republican represent
atives by handsome votes.
In the Second district practically com
plete returns Indicate that J. N. Wil
liamson has been re-elected by a plural
ity erf 13.000 votes. In the First district
Binger Hermann will have more than
700" votes. Incomplete returns place his
plurality slightly under that figure.
Two years ago R. 8. Bean was elected
sm.reme judge by 17.H1. This year prac
tically complete returns Indicate that the
plurality of F. A. Moore over his Demo
cratic opponent for supreme judge,
Thos. O'Day, will be 21.000.
Incomplete returns from 25 out of 33
counties make It certain that the local
option law has carried by a good major
ity. The 2000 votes In Multnomah county
cast against the measure have already
been overcome, and the law has 175
votes to spare. It is believed complete
returns will greatly enlarge this majority.
The direct primary nominating law has
swept the state bV more than 20.000 ma
jority. Little opposition to the measure
was manifested at the polls.
One of the surprises of the election was
the defeat of B. L. Eddy, of Tillamook,
for circuit Judge in the Third Judicial
district. His Democratic opponent, Wil
liam Galloway, of Yamhill, waa elected
by a plurality of 700.
The Democratic candidates for the
legislature have been successful In few
,-oiintlen The next OreRon legislature
will consist of 7:i Republicans, one In- I
dependent Republican and 10 Democrats.
This is a gain of two Republicans over
Republicans will have seats In the senate
and six Democrats. In the house of rep
resentatives there will be 50 Republicans
and 10 Democrats.
HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES.
Interesting Program at Shlvely'i Last
To the members of the June '01 gradu
ating class of the Barclay High School
belongs the credit for giving one of the
most original and entertaining programs
that was ever witnessed at a public
school commencement day season.
Hhively's opera house was even uncom
fortably filled by the friends of the young
beneficiaries, but with such an enter
taining program, the auditor gladly re
mained throughout the evening.
The clans motto, "We Finish to Be
gin," was suspended over the atage plat
form on which the class had been ar
ranged In the usual semi-circle. The
exercises Were Introduced With an In
strumental selection bv Miss Iraper. an
invocation by Rev. Bollinger and a num-
ber by Miss Harding, who adds to ner
popularity with each appearance. Miss
Harding sang three number, in all dur
ing the evening. Miss TAna. Simmons
read an essay on "Heroic Women," In
which she cited the work of Joan of Arc,
Florence Nightingale and Clara Earton a
example, of heroiem deserving of emula
tion. "Our Clas." wa. pre.ented In
verse by Mis Bertha Long, and in this
the young graduate made pleasing dl-
mililiin of the mrmtwr of (ho class
. - -
Wood, who save the class annals. Her
work was decidedly original, and In re
rordina the esueclal characteristic
the respective members of the cliiss,
complimentary mention waa made of
each. The reading. "Hobby Bhafloe," by
Miss Foster, waa well delivered. I.ee
t'autleld In his class prophecy said many
funny things about his class-male as he
viewed them fifteen years hence. The
program Included two Instrumental duets
by June Clmrniiin and Wlnny Hauny,
Ona Rentier rfnd Clara Koerner.
Chaa. H. Caulleld. member of the
board of directors, awarded the diplomas
to the thirty young people, the largest
clasa that was ever graduated from the
Oregon City schools. The exercises of
the evening were closed with the singing
of the class song. There waa an abund
ance of floral offering for the young
The member of the clasa were: Ernest
E. Shank. Bertha l-ong, Adah Hurlbert,
lAe J. Caulleld. Chas, Schlrmer, lna
Oadke. Roy Sleight, Ona Rentier, Orel
Welch, Ray Cooper. Bade Evans, Wlnnl
fred Roake, Mary Snldow. John Harry,
Peryl Wood, Julia May, Roy Stafford.
Clara Koerner, Alley Bernier, Clarence
Eaton. Virgil Welch, Edna Simmon.
Edna Card. Carl Horn. June Charman,
Nettle Kruse. Maude Moran. Ara Foater,
Winnie Hanny and Mabel Tower.
Water consumer must pay for th
orlnkllno orlvllsa whn they pay thlr
water rent, on or befor th 10th Inst
Monarch over pain. Burn, cut.
Wood'a Norway Pine Syrup, nature' own
remedy for cough and cold.
8ud by HI Doctor.
"A doctor here haa sued me for 112. 60.
which I claimed waa excesalve for a case
of cholera morbus." say R. White, of
Caochella. Cal. "At the trial he praled
hi medical skill and medicine. I asked
him ir it .. not Chamberlain a Colic.
Cholera and Dlurrhoea Remedy he used
t had lood reason to believe It waa
ami ho would not say under oath that It
was not." No doctor could use a better
remedy than this In a case of cholera
morbus. It never falls. Sold by U. A.
Painful Dislocation. Rev. Frank H
Mlxsell. pastor of the First Presbyterlun
church, met with a painful Injury Mon
day afternoon. As he stepped upon a
stone It turned and he was thrown to
the ground, with the result that hi left
arm was dislocated.
Trout Planted. Preston Bonney. of th
lo,-nl rtnh hntcherv. left this week for
the lakes at the head of Clear Creek and
the north fork of the Molalla, where
niton vnunir mountain trout were planted
An effort Is being made to keep all of
the streams of this part of the state
stocked with this tlh.
Enoaaement Announced. The engage
m.'nt of Mrs. Mvrtle Alice Barnhnrt. of
Salem, to Mr. Roy R. McAlpln. of Oregon
City, is announced. The wed. ling will
inko tilnce at the home of Mr. and Mrs
Campbell, at Mi Mlnnvllle, Yamhill coun
ty, Wednesday, June 15.
Struck Promlslna Ore. Workmen at
the Falrelough Bros.' mine at Ogle Creek.
at a depth if 2o feet beneath the nei
tunnel that In belna run into the moun
tain, this week discovered a cropping of
the ledge that shows bunches of free
gold that I visible to the naked eye.
An expert says that this discovery is
a sure Indication of the existence of an
extensive ledge and the owners and stoek
holders of this property feel much en
couraged. A double shift Is at. work,
night and day. and the proprietors of
the property are pushing the work right
Deafnett Cannot be Cured
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deafness,
and" that Is by constitutional remedies.
Deafness Is caused by an Inflamed condi
tion of the mucous lining of the Eusta
chian Tube. When this tube Is Inflamed
you have a rumbling sound or Imperfect
hearing, and when It la entirely closed,
Deafness Is the result, and unless the
Inflammation can be taken out and thl
tube restored to Its normal condition,
hearing will be destroyed forever; nine
cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh,
which Is nothing uut an Inflamed con
dition of the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollar for
any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh)
that cannot be cured by Hall s Catarrh
Cure. Send for circulars, free.
F. J. CH E.NEY & CO., Toledo, O.
8old by Druggists, 75 c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipa
tion. Over-Work Weakens
Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood.
All the blood In your body passes through
your kidneys once every three minutes.
i ne Kianeys are your
blood purifiers, they fil
ter out the waste or
Impurities In the blood.
If they are sick or out
cf order, they fall to do
mati;m come from ex
cess of uric acid In the
biood. due to neclected
Kidney troutle causes q'Mck cr unsteady
heart teats, ana makes cne feel as though
they had heart troutit, because the heart is
over-working In pumping thick, kidney
poisoned blood through vcir.s and arteries.
It used to be considered that only urinary
troubles were to be traced to the kidneys,
but now modern science proves that nearly
all constitutional diseases have their begin
ning In kidney trouble.
If you are sick you can make no mistake
K.j firit fir.r' r.rir of vntir liidn.'ri TVt miA
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11 t I . L - J; . .1 r . 1 1
i anu 1117 ca o ji 'jour y cucci c. UI. rvtlllici a
: Swam0.kooti ,h. rea. kidne.. remedy i.
reaizeci. It ,.ands the highest for Its
wonderf ul cures cf the most distressing cases
by ail druggists in fifty- fTii, TX.:'..-,
cent and one-dollar siz- PJStith
e. You may have a ---Cdi52I
sample bottle by mail borm of aan.Ront.
free, also pamphlet telling you how to find
out if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer
tt Co., Blnghamton, N. Y.
Mi f M
Don't forget the old man
with the fish on his back.
For nearly thirty years he
has been traveling around the
-orld, and is still traveling,
Dringing health and comfort
wherever he goes.
To the consumptive he
trings the strength and flesh
e so much needs.
To all weak and sickly
Sildren he gives rich and
To thin and pale persons
; gives new firm flesh and
ch red blood.
Children who first saw the
uld man with the fish arc now
grown up ar1 have children
' their own.
1 le stands for Scott's Emul
n of pure cod liver oil a
ightful fotxl and a natural
-o'lic for children, for old folks
I for ail who need flesh and
PCOTT BOWNE, Chemlat.
U9-4I5 Pearl Street, New York,
60c. and $I.OOi all druggist.
Cream Cheese J 12 1-2
lUce. .04 and p!
Tomatoes, 3 for .25 09
Oysters, 3 can IS
Arm & Hammer Soda. Sc, 2 for
15. 4 for 25
Arm & Hammer Soda. bulk. 2 1-2
pounds, 10c; 7 pounds IS
Coffee, equal to Arbuckle'a 12
l-:c; better H
Coffee, equal to 30c goods 20
Hard Wheat Flour, sack, $1.05;
F.xtra Flour, aack 11.10. a barrel 4 25
10 bar Elk Soap IS
Corn Starch, 6c; gloss starch.. M
Clothespins, lc dox; toothpick.,
Oranges, 10c per dozen and up.
Stylish Millinery at lower price..
Better Shoe, for ladle..
Better Shoe, for boy.
Ladlea' 11.25 Patent Slipper., 75c.
Big lot Sample Sho.s, all kind. 1-4
Plaster, grain and feed, ahlngles, etc.
Trade for produce.
50c steel hammer 35
76c rasps S
Mrs. Potts sad Irons, nickel
plated, set of 3 and stand and
Improved handle 1 IS
Sample shirts, sample hats, .ample au
nender. 1-4 less In price.
Boys' wool hats, 30c up; men', hat.
- I(i8 Kind You Have tlwm Botigjs
F. C GADKE TEPLUWBER
ft K 1 III I'JI! III'!
1 5nart Ejftqts
Our buyer I. now ,. New Mirk
will have on illst.lav the smartest an.l moat coin .ri. .....
of Novelties lu U.Wa1 Wear ever ahown lu thin city.
Prleat titnmtlY LOW.
A preacher who went to a Kentucky
pariah where the parishioner rod horse
wua asked to Invite the prayer of tit
rongreaiillon for I.ucy drey. Me did so.,
They pinyed three Sunday for I.ucy
Orey. I in the fourth he wn told he need
not do II any more. "Why," aald the
preacher, "Is he dead!" "No," an
swered th man. "she won th Derby."
V - - 1 Pnlarvli
tueut by Ely Cream. Halm, which 1 Kre-
abW aruiuatio. 11 M rew.T... vu...k-
notriU, olu and bala lh whol. tof
fac ovf which 1 diffnsei it.lf. DruKKlihJ
ell th 60c aix Trial l" l'T w"' 10
eeut. Test it and you are luro to eouUuu
To cconmio.UU the who r partial
to th um of aU.mUr In appylll Hli
Into th nasal paaaag. (or '("rrh'
. tb proprioUir j.rspar Crsara Halm In
liquid form, which will U known at Uy
liuuld Cream Halm. Me Including U
iprayingtub.U75o.Dt. Druggist or br
mail. Th liquid form .inbodio th med
icinal Jroprti of lit wild preparation.
Ihl Ui Yud Him Mmiri BOUjH
Th Entsrprl. II SO a y.ar. and worth
SCHEDULES OF TIME
ttH.THr.RN PACiriC EAILWAT
' M) k. ra.
fl::'i. ui. (Albany Local)
6:10 p. in.
0 ::2 a. in.
4:60 p. m. (Albany Local)
m$ht and Exre,
Freight and iarcelH delivered
to all jart of the city.
Want your moustache or beard
a beautiful brown or rich black? Use
IN OUR NEW
We have removed Into our larger and bettor building nt Main and
Twelfth streets. We have added con nlderable nw machinery, and are
thoroughly equipped to handle all clasKes of work.
Building and Repairing of
Saw mill supplies, shafting, boxes and
and high grades; emery stands, swing
hand and mado to order. We also
business. Plow shares ground and
First Class Work.
Twelfth and Main Sts.
Swell Lace Collars Just g
una wisnow tiisri)
am. w . -
Main St., OREGON CITY g
It s folly to suffer from that horrlbla
plague of th iils-hl, llclilng pllra, Doan't
Olnlmeiit cure quickly and permanently.
At any drug slore, 60 cents.
Keprrsinullv. Ciishnuin relate that
Wllcll President Hoosevrlt whs In th
slut of Washington Inst year h had a
muse eiilliiisliisllu itu-i'pllon. At on of
the Mulherliiiis an old fiimll-r.tnnn con
tided til Mr. Clisliln. that Itooarvrlt WM
the greatest man h vrr sw and th
greatest man who ever visited th North
west. On being asked for th reason of
hla judgment, th man replied: "Why,
It.io.rvelt Is the only man I over saw
who I'Hik. worse than his cartoon."
Carelcaatn'aa U rfapcnslble for
many a railway wrrck anil th m
causes r makliif human rcki 01
tifforer from Thrtiat and Lung trou
bloa. Hat lno the adrent of Dr.
Klng'i New Dlioorary tor Qovmmtr
tlon. Cough and ColiU, vo tha
wort c can ba cuwl, and boia
less rfslBnatlon la no lunger nocfav
ary. Mrg. Lol Cragf. of Dorchaa
tr. Ma.. I ona of many who)
life in aaved by Dr. Klng'a Naw
Dlsctivory. Thl rat rerui'dy la
guaranteed for all Throat and Lung
disease, by Charman A Co, drug
gists. Price 60c. and $100. Trial
Catarrh of the
Far many yar II ha bn supposed thai
Catarrh of th Stomach cauasd Indigestion
and dy.p.p.1. but th truth it tiactly the
ppoall. Indlg.stlon cause tttarrn. rc
pald tttack of lnd!f..tlon Inllsme the
Biueoua membrane. Ilnltif lh nomach and
tipos. th nrv of th .tomach, thu ou
Inf th gland, to ort mucin Instead of
lh Juice of natural dlfutlon. Th U
1 JId Catarrh ol lh Stomaoh.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
rUv. el) Inllammallon el th mucou
m.mbrana lining th atorr.ach. prolct the
Mnr. and cur, bad br.aih, .our rlaln. a
Mne of fulliiM after alln(. Ind gaatlon,
dypepla and all ilomach troubla.
Kodol Digests What You Et
Make the Stomach Sweet,
ottla pair. KscvlH Hi. 1 1 00. soiam. 2 4 Obm
i tks trial an. hkh MiK'w 10 casta.
Yapar by I. 0. D.WITT 4 00., Ohloag.
'Hold by . A. IIAHPIN'i), Hri)ngit
Ayer's Fills. Ayer'i Fills.
Aycr's Pills. Keep ssying
this over and over again.
The best laxative. t,-.Vi..V
RIIRKINGH AM'S DYE
m m w k.wiii.ua..a4ucu..uuii.s..
collars In stock; Cnbbltt Metal low
now frames and harbors; pulleyi on
do a general machine blacksmlthlng
Oregon City, Oregon