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OREGON CITY ENTERPRISE, FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1904,
COMPLITID IIOHTH OMAOK
Intsrtstlng Commencsmsnt Iserelsss
Hsld it lastham School.
(Iritdiinllng exinl. of th Klglith
grade Wimp held at tli Kiisllinm sihool
Inst Friday, when at ths conclusion
of on iMi'ientliii I'luKMiin, rrrilflcatea
were pii'seiited to Ihn clnss, whl'tl num
bered fiiity-sl. " hnv rllmliril the
hills, the mountain are liefum u," m
Dip hiii ii lalu motto of Hip class, whose
ottlrers hi p s follows: president. Km I
Latnmette: vlrs pirslilent, II ii Ih I.plour
Ptlr; secretary, Itiiymimd funHcId; treas
urer. Claire I'nilrl.k. Tim s.-rcl witp
stirni1.il tiy hugs company of tli
friends iif Ui" young people,
TIip following program was rendered:
Mail-h, SeleilrdMlS. I.. I'OII.T.
Address cif Welcome Kurl Latoiirett.
president of Hip class.
Vo'ul biiIi "Klit Itiu'a Ht.ng." (lo.lnnl;
"Mammy's Mill Haby." Ilurlrlnli-Mm.
Otullon, Tim I'linniiiii Canal l.ew
Class I'iM'in, "llnstham," Eaile I.nlour
pllp Clalip 1'iiiltlik.
limlruniPiilHl duet Kthel Jackson,
Heading. "TIip Theater I'arty." Mm
Wls iie Iteaven.
(Mima I'ri'l'l y I'hlllp Hammond.
"Tlnkiia Chorus" Uoyd Harding
Earls l.atourslte. Raymond CaufMd,
(layliinl tiodfrey, Fred Lima. Isador I'rlcs.
Valedictory, "Oregon City Hulh I .a-
Claaa Hong. "Nauiitily Four" (04) fluy
mend Caufteld 'laa.
1'rpapiilallon of Certificates Vt. V,
Tha members of the claaa ar:
Fred A. Aklim. Klden C. lllanchard,
Grace May Hrowtt. May Huth llraker,
Or May Ilfavpn. Myrll F.llialteth no
hall. Kdllh l-angworthy llallhelm. Veta
Olivia Jiaci.n. Itaymond I'hlllp Caunrld,
Ernest P. Charters, Rhea E. Cole. Marl
11 Whitman Cheney. William Ross
Eaten. HiiipI Maud Francis. Harry Frost,
lw w. Urlmtn, My E. (Hare, (Say
lord Clprald Godfrey, I'hlllp L. Hammond,
Anna Harlan, Lloyd Oidway Harding.
Itoy Vairn Jefferson. Ethel Mny Jackson,
Ji.rtha Koerner. Lucy lluth l.atourett,
Adna Murrow, Kdger AIIpi Miller. Ur.iy
Miller. Nellie I.ema Miller, Louis II.
Noble, laador Price, Kunlro t'Ulia Tad
rlik, Jnlin Itlrhanla. Kliu.r ltlitrhn.it.
1.. Maud Bmllh. Paul Mhhapl Bt. John.
Elnora Al.la-all Ht. John. Willi Blroh
nirypr. Ha.lla Tolmlar, Elva Trmph'ton,
Ituaapll V. Wood. Harold I. Yoih-r,
Ilp.alP l. Uwlllim. Klrd I. I.'iap.
DR. CARLL WILL ACCEPT.
favorably Comldera Petition Aaklng Con
tinuation on School Board.
Ornoii t'lty. "'. Juna . lt
Ir. W. K. fat II. t'ltv.
Ir Hlr: Wp who hav lifrt-tiiito aub
ill.r.l our niuiK ". i. al'h-nia of Hrh.p.l
Mlil.'t No. Si", knowing aa 'f do thr
valualdi' a.nlrr you hnve hpivlofore
r.iid. l. d Hip a. Iick.1 dlatilrt and Hip atu
di nla In our acliiK.la. and f.-llim that If
you can hp .praimil.d to roiitltiup In Dip
Oltli P of ai luH.I dlii-i tor, Dip a. hoola and
puplla tuiiilit not to he pprmltti-d to aua
lalii Dip loaa thiit would I amulnrd
atiould you dlai'onllnup your fonnrrtlon
Willi the a.-lo'la. althouKh r-ulMnK how
bin ri.ua Dip lulli-a aip. do roidlully urm
tli.it you Main a.f ft Dm poalllon of
B.liiM.I dlrp.lor to eurrped yourai-lf.
Joa. E. Ilp.litpa. II. I.. Klly. ChtirlK
II Cuult.ld. John It. Iliiitil.liiy. E. i
aun.ld. A. W. Mlllrd. Mia. J. A Moore.
T. A. Topi. Mia. A. Hmlth, John VlKllua.
H. HiinlMn. flma. AlhrlKht. A. mhm-i,
li.o. A, HiiidliiK. Frank T. Harlow. It. 1..
Ilolinitn. J M. lirahiim. J. W. Norrla,
Mary K. Harlow. J. A. Tufta. Win. An
dna.ii. A.lania Hroa.. flmih-a Krlly. Wal
ter I.. I.lttl'-. M. Holla.k. O. W. Evbiib,
I. Itiuonlch. J. W. Ilurka. Jr.. W. I.
HI.Mk. H.,1 CiuiIp. 8. L. BpIIIuk. ('. V.
luuppi. ii. i:. iunppr, c. a. Humify.
W. A. llnntl.y. W. A. White. J. H. I'ur
dom. Kiank llua.h. W. K. It.ddl.k. K.
Matthlea. P. Hiwrn. J. A. M(iliihHii. J.
M. 1'rUr. I.. U Plik. na. A. W. Cheiuy
O. 11. Hlml' k. II. E. HtrnlKht. V. J. Meyer.
L. f. iJitourette. B. M. (Irnnmun, rratiK-
lln T. llrimth. C. H. Iye. Cjpo. U story,
F. A. flleliilit. T. P. Randall. V. E. Pratt
Tam... Currv. Mia. T. ftyan. Arthur
Deute. Henry M. Templ. toit. p. t. r l.und-
aren. W. Howard. Iludotph llowuru, r-
E. Howell, Fred A. M. tn. r. J. H. Flnley,
T. iir.nke. J. Freytaif. E. Mil'aualnnd,
n Ii Wllaon. 1'haa. E. Hurna, E. M
Howell, E. V. Kelly, V. Hurila, Itl.hard
Dr. Carll Accapta.
To the petition aliinera:
20'ri Kcolev St.. 1(vv,
t'HicA..... ii.i... Vt 2. 1902.
I ...(?..,..,! with fallinff and con-
ioMion of the wotuh. with levere
tiaim tliroiiL'li me kioio..
fereil terril.ly at the time of men-
ttruatioti. had hliii'lina neauiuiiea
ami ruhin of blooil to the lirmn.
What to try I knew nov, o.
Pfmed that I hail tried all and
failwl. Imt I bad nevor uinu
of Cardui. that Mewed reDiedy for
lick women. I found it pleasant
to take and loon knew that I hart
the riuht medicine. New blood
ioemedto eourse UirouRh myyeinj
and after uning eleyen bottlei 1
waa a well woman. ii
rtimh ia aow in perfect
health became ihe took Win of
Cardui for menatrual diiorden,
bearing down paini nd blinding
headachei when ail oiuer reum....
failed to bring her relief. Any
iuffurar may lecure health by tak
: w; ,.f Tardui in he home.
The first bottle convince the pa-
i 1. 1.
tient the it on the roaa w nenu.
For advice in case reqnirinf
tnecial directions aldrea. pmntf
ivmpioma, lur uBu.r-.
riepartment." The CUttanooRa
Medieine Co., Cbattaoooga, Tewi.
I I' p
nromlnent club woman, Mrs. Dan- J
forth, of St. Joseph, Mich., tells how she
was cured of falling of the womb and
its nrrnmnanvinc oains and misery by
1 J o 4
Lydia R Pinkham's Vegetable Compound,
fool that her trcnirth is ladinir sway and she baa no bows of ever
being rcHtored. Huch was my feeling a few months ago when I was
adviaea that my poor neaim was caiweu vj proiajmun vr iauiut u
IV. .......I. mn,-niaA liUa. bnAll tn ma I felt, that mv nun had
set: but Lydia E. IMnkham's VegeUbla Compound came to me as
f . . j .i . 1.... M - - .1 V.i.;i Ma im tintll
an euxir 01 uio ; n restored uio umj inrucn mm uuxi i r'J
(rood health returned to me. For four months I took the medicine
S t. . i. . I i J v. - I V, f .. ,w V. T a in an thankful fr.r
the help I obtained through its use." Mrs. Florkncs. Daatobth,
-vv :! A ... t't T ..I. lf!W
a MAiiuinAitA has mavm1 ia mrinf womn to health And
can produce proof of the fart mutt be reicarded with respect. This
U tlie recoru or iytna i. i-innnttin riicuium vun.iuuu,
cannot be equalled by any other medicine the world has ever pro
duced. Here Is another caae I ,
"DiaR Mrs. minAM: Jor years 1 was
troubled with falling of tho -womb, irregular
and painful menstruation, leucorrbota, bearing
down paias, backache, headache, dizzy and
fait.tir.r orwi.llo anil atnmnch trouble.
" I doctored for about five years but did
M tn tmni-nva T l.fTfin tllA IlKfl Cll VOUT
mil ot-vm w iiui-uT. io , .77 ' m
anrl hum tAlTPIl RAVPfl bottles 01
(m u i MKJ UWrillllilt?, I I1 B
w f Lydia 1 IMnkham's Vegetable Compound,
T F three of Wood l'urifler, and also used the
V Sanative "Wash and Liver llllfl, and am now
enjoying goou utaiLu, mm iiom (ju.i.u u.
I thank vou very much for what you
have done for me, and heartily recom-
T7 d?S mend your medicine to all suffering
"-ii 4& winien Miss Ehma Sntdkb, 218 East
Center fct- Marion, Ohio,
FltEn MEDICAL ADVICE TO WOMEN." .
yrwr - i.i !.., a n.1 mnrh alrVneKK If they WOUla
VtUIIK-ll Iti'lim W" ,
write to Mrs. Plnkbam for ndrice as soon as any distressing symp
toms appear. It is free, and has put thousands of women on tha
right road to recovery. , . . .
1. 1 ..uinii ).. mnflrlfnrA t nun entrnstea to
her. and although she publishes thousands of testimonials from
. . . 4i . .1 l. . I. a b .ilvlfia anil miiliclne.
women wno nave oeen inncuwu vj . 7:: .
never In all hereiperlenee has she published such a letter without
the full consent, and often by special request of the writer.
Ab AM A rOH p" t IT If em .'it mrtuwlin proono. nm .M.n.. -
S5000 "" "iieh KTii't-. lu-.
1 5 V J
I have f.-lt that the duties required of
a artiiKil director were am h that I could
nut afford the tlni nereaHiy.
The iil.nve netltlnn rnnvlnrca me thnt
n liiric niinil.er of the Pfttrona of the
a.'hoola of thla dlMtrlrt are antlntled with
my effnrta aa dlreetor durliiu the two
tenna I hne aerved, and therefore I
will ureept the nomlnntlon, thnnklnK you
nil for your khI opinion and promialng
to do my heat bIioiiUI I he fleeted.
W. E. CAIM,!..
Oregon City Market Report.
Whent No. 1, "Do to 90c per bushel.
flourValley. H.IO per bbl. Hard
whent H.0. rortland. 11.15 per aack.
Ilownrd'a Heat.' $1.0f) per aack.
Outa In aacka, 11.10 per cental.
Hay Timothy, baled. lUfillS per ton:
clover, $10; oat, $11; mixed hay, $11;
Mlllatuffa Bran, $19 per ton; shorts,
$:;.60 per ton; chop, $1 per ton; barley,
rolled, $5 per ton.
Potntoea 76o to $t.00 per sack.
Green pens 4o to 6o per quart.
Aapftranua 7c per pound.
Erks Oregon, 16o to 17o per doien.
Butter Ranch, S0cSBc; separator,
0o to 60c; creamery, 46c to 60c.
Oregon Onlona 4o per pound.
Rhuhnrt) 1 1-2 c per pound.
Onlona 40c per dos bunch.
Raddlahes 20o to 26c per dot. bunch.
Dried Apples 6c to 7o per lb.
Prunes (Dried) Petite, 3o per lb; Ital
ian, large, 6o per lb; medium, 8 1-2 e;
Silver, 4 l-2c.
Cabbage California, 2 l-2c.
Apples, $1.60, to $2.00.
Stock Carrots Sacked, 60 cents.
Dreased Chickens 14o per lb.
Livestock and Dressed Moats Beef,
live, $4 to $4.25 per hundred. Hogs,
live, 4 1-2 to 5c; hogs, dressed, 6 1-1 to
7c; sheep, $2.60 per head; dreased, 6c;
veal, dreaded, c; lambs, live, $2.00 per
head; lambs, dressed, 7o.
A sure sign of approaching revolt and
serious trouble In your system la ner
voiiatiesa. sleeplessness, or stomach up
sets. Electric Hitters will quickly dis
member the troublesome causes. It never
fulls to tone the stomach, regulate the
Kidneys and Bowels, stimulate the Liver
and clarify the blood. Run down sys
tems iH-ncflt particularly and all the
umml attending aches vanish under Its
scutching nl thorough effectiveness.
Kl. ctilc Hitters Is only 60c. and that Is
returned of It don't give perfect satis
faction. Guaranteed by Char-man & Co.,
G. A. Hardin does not hesitate to
recommend Kodol Dyspepsia Cure to
their friends and customers. Indi
gestion causes more 111 health than
anything else. It deranges the
ofnmnch and hrinea on all manner
I of disease. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure di
gests what you eat, cures lnuigen
tlon, dyspepsia and all stomach dis
orders. Kodol is not only a perfect
dlgestant but a tissue building tonic
as well. Renewed health, perfect
strength and increased vitality follow
i Its use.
Golden Rule Baaag
Oregon City's Big Cash Store The Store that Does the Business
! We make this
We carry the best make of Paints. Varnishes and Painters'
Material on earth, proven so by practical tests and chemical
analysis. New Era Pure Prepared paint has been analyzed by
all the leading chemists of the United States, and over their af
fidavit found to be absolntely pure containing not over one per
cent of water, while other inferior grades contain from five to
forty-five per cent. . - .
Ask your painter about it everybody knows the Acme Line.
Guarantee on every can. We submit a partial list of their line.
NEAL'S CARRIAGE PAINT for repairing all kinds of ve-
NEAL'S CARRIAGE TOP DRESSING for renewing the
finish of leather and rubber tops, dash boards, sachels and
leather goods of every description.
ACME WAGON PAINT for repainting wagons and agricul
tural implements. ... . , 5
, GRANITE FLOOR PAINT. Quick drying and durable.
DAVIE'S VARNO-FLOOR STAIN for finishing floors, lino-
leum, oil cloth and interior wood work in exact imitation of ex-
Ensive woods. Will not crack, mar or chip off. ;
AVIE'S VARNISH STAINS for renewing the finish of g
wood work, furniture, etc Needs but one application. w
NEAL'S ENAMEL. The kind for earthen and metal sur- g
faces Gives a genuine enamel finish.
NEAL'S BATH-TUB ENAMEL for bath-tubs, walls, ceilings g
and wood work of bath rooms or any surface exposed to hot or
NEAL'S SCREEN ENAMEL for screen doors and frames.
NEAL'S CYCLE ENAMEL. Splendid for bycicles. g
NEAL'S HOUSEHOLD PAINTS. Put up in small, "easy g
to open,;' cans. 25c a can.
NEAL'S POPULAR VARNISH. The best to be had, and
in most any sized can. .2
' Poarch and Chair Enamel, Stove Pipe Enamel, Floor Paint,
Paint and Varnish Remover, Lubricating oils, Benzines and
Gasoline, Lead, Oil and Glass. In fact, everything in the paint
line can be had at our store. Now is the time and this is the
place to buy. t
Howell & Jones j
Oregon City, Oregon
Scratch, scratch; unable to attend
to business during the day or sleep
during the night Itching piles, hor
rible plague. Doan's Ointment cures.
Neevr fulls. At any drug store, 50
Th Enterprise office is now better
equipped than ever for all classes of
book and miscellaneous jod worn.
Low Rates to Hood River.
The strawberry crop In Hood River
promises from every Indication to be
enormous this year. 5000 people will be
needed to pick and pack the luscious
fruit. Tickers are paid 1 1-2 cents a
box and packers 1-2 cent. Good pickers
earn as high as $3.50 a day. People In
tending to go should take their camping
outfit with them, as It Is chenper, and
easier to move from place to place.
The fare on the "Regulator Line" steam
ers Is very low, being only 12.00 for the
round trip, or $1.25 one way. Children
hetween 6 and 12 half fare. A liberal al
lowance of baggnge Is carried free with
each ticket. Every article should be
marked plainly with name of owner and
destination. Remember steamers leave
Alder street dock. Portland, every morn-
Iiid- e rceot 8unday at 7 o clocK snarp
Full particulars may be hod by calling
Thla office was never before better
nronarnd to do lob work of all kinds
on short notice than It is right now.
Send in your work.
SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE.
State of Oregon,
I'.mntv of Onrknmns. ss:
. ....... i. i.&p..i... vu-..n thnr nn Monnav
the 11th iIhv of July. 1S4. at the hour
of 9 o i liH-k a. m. of said ilny, at my )
office In the court housr. I will offer f or j
Hill.- Bll.l s-11 to the highest bidder for
rush In nnna an oi me n...ri ...
Clackamas county has bought at tax
snles to which It has acquired title. The
utile will commence at the time and
place stared and be adjourned from day
to day until completed. j r bhaver
Sheriff Clackamas county. Oregon.
By E. C. HACKKTT.
Dated this 10th day of June, 1904.
WHO CANNOT BE CURED.
Backed up by over a third of a century
ef remarkable and uniform cures, a record
such as no othtr remedy for the diseases
and weaknesses peculi .r to women ever
attained, the pnprietors and makers of
Dr. Pierce's Favonle Prescription now feel
fully warranted in offering to pay $500 in
legal money of the t'nited States for any
case of Lcucorrhea, Female Weakness,
Prolapsus, or Falling of Womb, which they
cannot cure. All they ask is a fair and
reasonable trial of their means of core.
"I wins great siifrertr for six yesrs sod doc
tored all the time with a number of phyiicians
but did not receive anv benefit." writes Mrs.
George Sogden. of 641 feonda Street, Saginaw
(South). Michig.m. " I had given up all hope of
ever 'getting brtti r. Thouxnt I would write to
vou. When I received your letter telling me
what to do I commenced to take your ' Favorite
Prescription' and follow your advice. I have
taken ten bottlei in all. also five vials of the
' Pleasant Pellets.' Am now regular, after bav
in? missed two ytars and suffered with pain in
the head and back. 1 was o nervous, could not
eat or sleep. Now I can thank you for my
Don't hesitate to write to Dr. R.V. Pierce,
chief consulting physician to the Invalids'
Hotel and Sunrical Institute, a: B:ilT..!o.
N Y. . if you wart good medical auvicc fioui
r.,U inalr...' ti!i.-irir-.n as tn Vlt:r rer-
son.ll good Ileal h. Such lettets are slv ys
answered free 01 ch.iiKe i:1 cm nil' ni...,y
A medicine l:ich has outsold nil oilier?
(cr women in the rwt third of s
century ana bring rrci.imr.cr.flifl ry a..
those who have um ' :;. a t-.sl re ..
to tie to. Dr. Hcttr s bavoiitc htKi:i
tion is purely vt gtt.iHe and does not cuti
tain a particle of a'cobol to dcstr. y tlv
blood corpuscles and weaken the sttt ni
Do not permit the dealer to inult yn:
intelligence by upgcMing son.e other ci.in
pound which he rrco-nmeiK4" 1.- "Mist
good." because he makes it himself.
OREGON CITY PLANING MILL
F. S. BAKER
All kinds of Building
Material, Sash, Doora
Moulding, Etc. - -
'IIWH 0REG0N CITY ORE-
'- , -11- 1 -')'' 'I' " V
Coughs and colds down to the Tery
borderland of consumption, yield to
the soothing, healing Influences of Dr.
Wood's Norway Pine Syrup.
O. R. oV N. Summer Book.
The handsome 1904 summer book,
"Restful Recreation Resorts." Issued by
the Passenger Department of the Oregon
Railroad & Navigation company. Is Just
out Tells all about the summering
placea of the Columbia River Valley a
brief description of the trips up and down
the Columbia River, to the mountains,
beaches, 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
,.i,r, and the Inside pages are splen
didly Illustrated by costly and beau- ,
tlful half-tones. A copy or 1111s publi
cation may be obtained by sending two
cents in stamps to A. L, Craig. General
ot ths Oregon Rail
road & Navigation company, Portland, j
When the Sap Rises
Weak lungs should be careful.
Coughs and colds are dangerous then.
One Minute Cough Cure cures coughs
and colds and gives strength to tho
lungs. Mrs. G. 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 me entirely of the cough,
strengthened my lungs and restored
me to my normal weight, health and
strength." Sold by G. A. Harding.
-? T" orilA.
B ths yf 1M ca Haw kmn Bottfl
In all its states.
Ely's Cream Batnv
cleanse, soothes and heals
the diseased membrane.
It cures catarrh and drives
away a cold In the bead
Cream Balm Is plsced Into ths nostrils, spreads
over th. membrane and Is absorbed. Relief la un
nediate and a cure follow. It U not drying-does
not prodocs sneezing. Lsrge Size, M cent stDrag
giauorbymail; Trial Sje. lOeenu.
EtT BROTHERS, M Warren Street, 'ew To.