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OREGON CITY ENTERPRISE, FRIDAY, JULY 8, 1904.
3 Oaf Correspondents' Corner I
P Brief Bib of Gowip From All Prtof lh County. J
Correspondents r requested to re- Sunday by th. Congregational church at
new their work. We will furnish all J- OroasmuWier .
new icur J"'"" I Mi 1-aura Glnthor, who for lomt time
117J in IX.rrt.nJ. 1 horn
these columns every week.
LOGAN AND STONE.
Not ven the Fourth of July could
tempt Jupiter riuvlu to sprinkle our
Crop generally will be very short. Car
den are suffering for want of rain.
Saturday wa (.iranpe day aain. About
it were out. The hall was appropriately
decorated for the occasion, and a patri
otic program was rendered in the after
noon. On candidate rode the goat.
The ball at the grange hall was a suc
ces. owing to the untiring effort of
th committee. Everyody had a good
Th Logan base ball nine wer defeated
ta th gam at Clarke the Fourth by the
Highland boy. But th defeat was not
quite fair, as the Highland boys had out
side players in their nine. Had the
Logan boys done so too It might have
N. N. Robblns and family have moved
out to Arthur's Prairie to reside, having
old out in Oregon City.
Marsh Frakea, of Logan, came near
having a seriou accident at Cap Horn
on the Clackamas. While ascending the
grade on the bluff a fool on a wheel came
Jong and refusing to obey a request to
top rode In front of his bunch gTass
team, which backed down ovef the bank.
It was a miracle that no serious damage
waa don. The next day as he was get
ting ready to start again a rpetltion of
the same trouble occurred, only Mr.
Frakes succeeded in keeping his team In
the road. The laws are too las In regard
to wheel riders.
Gus .Gehart has his new house up, on
the place he recently bought of Mr.
A man was around and got quite a
number of signers for a R. F. D. route
through here, under the Impression they
were to be served from Oregon City, but
there was a lively commotion and a rush
to sign a remonstrance when it was
learned we were to be served from Sher
wood, a little place on the S. P. which
only gets mail once a day, and our mail
would lay over there till next day. We
think some one must have wanted a place
and the $S00 for some Impecunious rela
tive as carrier.
Charlie Cain made a trip to Dayton
Saturday, returning Sunday.
A Mr. and Mrs. Gibbons, old neighbors
of Mr. Cain, drove down from Dayton
Saturday for a visit.
Mrs. Gage has a hen which deserted
five little turkeys when they were only
two or three weeks old, and a Plymouth
Rock rooster adopted them, hovering
them of a cool morning, and finally
teaching them to go to roost with him.
where he sits with one on eavh side and
the other thiee facing him.
Stafford keeps on improving. Among
the latest is a new board fence in front
of the school house, and a line fence,
also of boards, between Henry- Schattz s
place and Mr. Powell's.
Mr. Weaver, who has had ohaipe of Mr.
Phafer's hop yard a n'lmber of years,
died at his home on Shafer'B hill .on
Monday night, after a very shoit illness.
His wife was Sarah Shafer. He is to
be buried in the Stafford cemetery at
1 p. m. Wednesday.
The rattling of the mower is the order
of the day. Several of the farmers in
thl neighborhood have their hay ready
to haul and the majority say that It is
only half of the crop of and imiest
rain soon sets In the grain crops will be
Mr. Wm. Scanlon had a painful acci
dent last week. The tea.-n r&n away
with him on the mowr and dragged him
by the leg and dislocated a kn-e and hip.
A very serious acciilent occirred en
the Beacon mil. J. Pl'.ihm's team ran
away, and running over SI Hatten. the
cream man on this line.
avt'ired his j
skull and broke hj jaw. He died next
morning at the home (f F. p.luhm. leav
ing a wife and three children. "There
fore b- thou ready, for y- know not when
the Son of Man cornet,."
Mr. W. F. Haitneil s bam is being rap
idly constr icted f.y CYnua t'-r !.
J. H. PalmaUer. G. R. Crawford and
F. O. Crawford are working on the Odd
Fellows hall at E.-.ta.ada.
The weather ccnt.'i.:" dry. and the
spring gran is very short. There cannot
be more th;-.n a third of a cop witho it
rain. The hay is being harvested. It.
too. was a short crop.
The Fociith of J i); celebration at Esta
cada was attended by nearly two thous
and people. jVJjSic wis furnished by an
Italian band from Fo.-tl.ind. There was
no oration and the De larttion of Inde
pendence was not read. The wather con
ditions were ej'.ejej.t. The car service
from Portland was very j.oor. The first
car arrived over an ho.ir late, n ccns.stea
of five coaches
power was inr-
packed to the steps. The ! attacks of Indigestion, tne stornacn ex
Icier,!. It wa one of the pands swells and puffs up against the
beet behaved crowds that I wag ever in. j heart. Thl crowds the heart and short
X'p to 7 p in. there had teen but two I ens the breath. Rapid heart beat and
tights, and they were '.'try one-sided.J heart disease 1 the final result. Kodol
being caused by two dr.:r.ken men. ihe. Dyspepsia Cure digest what you eat,
only ones reported u unrig the ciav. This takes the strain off the heart, cure ln
was a much better ie' or'i for the day thin j digestion, dyspepsia, sour stomach, and
anyone expected, as E-taxacia has four I contribute nourishment, strength and
eiloons. j health to every organ of the body. Sold
The C'urrir.tv.Jle celebration was good by G. A. Harding.
CO far as it went, but it o.dri't go very I
t. Toe erowrl ws ema' h:ir V.liv. Tf !
aisperfeeu eaj: .i.'i w-i,i v x.i-ia'.aua. j
There was dancing in t.-.t na'.l in the
Taken all in ail, the ceiehrations were
little better than money mak.ng ' hemes.
Considered in that l;g:it tney certainly
were a rrand success. Oti.erw.se, they
amounted to but little.
F. M. GILL.
Everybody is busy with the ha7 cut
Will Hettman ha returned from East- '
Children t day will be celebrated next
Miss Elnore Ginther contemplates leav
ing for the beach to spend th summer.
Misses Carrie and Lama Schuebel. of
Portland, are spending a few days at
Ernst Brandt, of Ely. is staying In our
Will Moehnke. who has for some time
been In California, has returned.
John Hettman and wife, of Eastern
Oregon, are visiting th former parents.
Mi. and Mrs. C. Hettman, of this place.
Mr. E. F. Glnther, who for th past
five weeks has been under Dr. Sommen's
care. Is home again.
V. l Hill Is putting up a new barn.
Everybody Is wishing for rain, as every
thing is drying up.
Th spring sown oat are very short
in this locality.
Mr. Budd Hilton, of Oahby, wa calling
on hi mother last Sunday. .
Jno. Burns mude a business trip To
Sturgus' sawmill one day last week.
John Thomas and daughter Nancy were
at Canby last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. RigRS attended their
brother-in-law' funeral last Sunday,
Mr. J. L. Crouse, of Wllholt. Mr. Crouse
was well and favorably known in this
Mr. L. P. Bum went to Portland last
John Molian I hauling wood for T. J.
Curtl Helvey I laid off from work on
account of a sore ankle.
Fred Molian was visiting Lewis Bums
Miss Bertha Riggs called on her grand
ma Thomas last Sunday.
Mis Zeno Bum called on her cousin.
Mrs. L. Riggs, one day last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Parker came over
from Little Nestucca to spend the sum
mer with the latter' parent. Mr. and
Mr. Wm. Parker.
J. D. Wilkerson made a business trip
to Canby last Friday".
John Burn went to Oregon City last
Wednesday on business.
Every one spent the Fourth at Canby.
Carus base ball nine got badly beaten
at Canby the Fourth. Score 1 to 14.
Remember the horse race at Canby
next Sunday at 10:30.
A. Studeman called at th Klmmey
Mrs. C. E. Burley. of Portland, is visit
ing her granddaughter, Mrs. Veva Klm
mey. John Martin, the broncho twister, and
hi gang of "tinhorn" were breaking
Messrs. Burley and Klmmey called on
W. H. Jones Monday.
Some Religious Note.
Miss Pease returntd last evening from
Walla WHlla. Wash.', where she has been
the r,at ten days attending the Assem
bly meetings held there over June 23rd
and -'h for the study of the Scripture.
M.."h time was given to the study of
the Word and much blessing received
Otheis were present from TroiildaK
Portland. Spokane. Pullnian and South
ern California, also from the smaller
t'.vuns surrounding Walla Walla.
Mr. Clement Crowston. of Troutdale.
roepm. Is spending a time In Spokane
and vicinity putting forth the Gospel for
the Lord's blessing.
Mr. G. W. Henry, lately of Los Angeles
Cal., made a flying trip to Oregon City
on Monday. June I'f'th. Bro. Henry Is a
much used servant of the Lord, and we
hope to have him with us again at no
At the invitation of Miss Williams a
lart-e j.arty of young people was pleas
antly entertained at the M. E. parsonage
Wednesday evening of last week.
It was a barn that Mr. Schaffer built
m njH pr,,perty east of the railroad, In
stead of a dwelling house.
The Fourth pa.i"el happily f'-r the r-iti-z-ns
of our rpilet burg. -':na!l parties,
l-r!e plonks and plenty of fire'-ra'keis
were the order of the day. Several people
went to Canby. a larger number went on
a pi'iilo excursion to the old hatchery on
i in the Fourth, while swimming in the
Cla. kamas. Walter Foster was taken with
ir.ump and had a narrow escape from
drowning. Some of his companion, who
were boating, misunderstood his cries for
help and failed to go to his aid. Some
one from the bank started in to his res
cue as he was going down for the third
time. Fortunately he stru k a sand bar.
and was rescued.
Ladies of the Degree of Honor will give
an entertainment Saturday evening In
Odd Fellows hall.
Mrs. Mather and daughter Isabelle are
away visiting among friends.
Are caused by indigestion. If you eat a
little too much, or if you are subject to
.... . . . . .
JCCTT'S EMULSION serves at a
bridge to carry the weakened aad
ttarvtd lyiUm along until it can fiad
firm support in ordinary food.
nd lor free auapl.
SCOTT UOWNE, Chemirti,
409.41; Ptarl Street, ,ew York.
30c. aid fi-oo; ail drugruu.
DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVEN
TION. Parker, of New York, and Turner, of
Washington, Probable Nomlneei.
The IVmoi.ntle National convention
I in session at St. Lou I. 1'iivld 11. Hill,
of New York. Is In control of the conven
tion, which will In all probability nomi
nate Judge Alton . Parker, of New
York, for president, and Hon. George II
Tinner, of Washington, for vie presi
dent. Governor Geo. E. Chuiheilalu. of
Oregon, who was considered for a time ns
a noM-lbllltv for the nomination as vice
president, is out of the race, his boom
collapsing early in th convention. The
convention adjourned Thursday morning
until 2 o'clock In the afternoon In older
to give the commute on platform more
time to report. No nomination had been
made up to the adjournment Thursday
U. B. Church.
Treachlng service at the I'nltrd
Brethren church, head of Seventh street,
every' Sunday, 11 a. m.; Sunday school 10
a. m.: Christian Endeavor T p. m.:
preaching 8 p. m. Prayer meeting every
Wednesday evening- at I o'clock. All
ar cordially Invited to these rvlc.
C. P. Plane-hard. pator.
MAKES WORK EASIER.
Oregon City People Art Pleased to Learn
How It I Done.
It pretty hard to attend to dutle
With a o'msuntly aching back;
With annoying urinary disorder.
Doan' Kidney Pill make work easier.
They cure backache.
They cure every kidney 111.
Mr. C. Richards, wife of C. Richards.
Portland, painter, and living at 671 Mar
ket street says: "Mr. Richards value
lHan Kidney Pll'.s very highly. He has
had attacks of kidney trouble for years.
He is a painter by trade and there Is no
doubt but that the turpentine has more
or less effect on his kidneys, as 1 believe
most painters are more or lees afflicted
with kidney troubles. Last fall he had
an acute uttack and when Down's Kidney
Pills were brought to our notice an 1 I
got him a box. they so regulated his kid
neys that relief came In a iem.ii' inly
short time. I have often heard him ex
press his appreciation of this tell.iole
Plenty more proof like this from Oregon
City people. Call at C. G. Huntley's drug
store and ask what his customer report.
For sale by all dealers. Price 60 cents.
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Miss Gannon, Secy Detroit Amateur
Art Association, tells
do to avoid pain and suffering caused by
"Dear Mrs. Pin-kiiam: I panronsrientioiislyrptYirnrnf'Ti-lLyfllfl Ti.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to those of niy sisters hutfcriiig with
female weakness and tie troubles which so oft-n tx fall women. I Buf
fered for months with general weakness, and felt so weary that I had
hard work to keep up. I had shooting pains, and was utterly miserable.
In my distress I was advised to use Lydia E. Plnkham'n Vegetable
Compound, and it was a red letter day to me when I took the first dos
for at that time my restoration began. In six weeks I was a changed
woman, perfectly well in every respect. I felt so elated and happy that
I want all women who suffer to get well as I did." Miss Guila Gannon,
59 Joaes St, Uetroit, Mich, Secretary Amateur Art Association.
It Is clearly shown in this young lady's letter that Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound will certainly cure the sufferings
of women; and when one conaiders that Miss Gannon's letter ia
only one of the countless hundreds which we are continually
publishing- In the newspaper of this country, the great virtue of Mr. Pink
ham'a medicine must be admitted by all ; and for the absolute cure of all kind
of female ill no substitute can possibly take its place. Women should bear
this important fact in mind when they go into a drug store, and be snre not
to accept anything that is claimed to be " just as good " as Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound, for no other medicine for female ills has
made so many actual cures.
How Another Sufferer Was Cured.
44 Dear Mrs. Pixkham I cannot praise your wonderful remedies
enough, for they have done me more good than all the doctors I hav
had. For the last eight years and more I suffered with female troubles,
was very weak, could not do my housework, also had nervous pros
tration. Some days I would remain unconscious for a whole day and
night. My neighbors thought I could never recover, but, thank to
your medicine, I now feel like a different woman.
"I feel very grateful to you and will recommend Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound to alL It has now been four years since
I had the last spell of nervous prostration. I only weighed ninety
eight pounds at that time ; now I weigh one hundred and twenty-three.
MI consider your Vegetable Compound the finest remedy made.
Thanking you many times for the benefit I received from your medicine,
I reniain,Yours truly, Mrs. J. II. Farmer, 2809 Elliott Ave, St. Louis, Mo.
Remember Mrs. Pinkham's advice is free and all sick women
are foollhli It they do not ask for it. She speaks from the widest
experience, and has helped multitudes of women.
FORFEIT I' cannot forthwith
ai? tfttinnf'P'f 'f . VAMA vul Lion
Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, New Tork.
ol agent for th I'nlted Slate.
Itemember th nam IHmn'l and tak
no other, I
Very Close Call.
mih K lo lll engine, alllluukh fleiy
Joint m lied and every nerv was racked
with pain." write 0. W. Ilellamy. a lo
comotive nreinan. of Burlington, Iowa.
"1 was weak and pale, without any ap
petite and all run down. A 1 was al'out
lo give up. I got a bottle of Electric Hit
ters, and after taking It. 1 felt as well as
1 ever did In Iny life." Weak, sickly. 1
run down people always gain new life. ,
treiigth and vigor front their us. Try
them. Satlsf jVtlon guaranteed by How
ell Jones. Price bo cent.
Summer Escurslon Rates and Special
Train Strvlct Now On
The summer schedule of the Astoria A
Columbia River Rallioad has been Inau
guiated between Portland. Astoria. Gear
hart and Seaside. In connection with
special loiind trip excursion tickets to all
Clatsop and North Uraeh point, and
train leave I'nlon depot s.00 A. M.
,i,iv nmi run ihruiiah direct, arriving
at Astoria 11:30 A. M . Geailiart 12 -0 I
P. M , and Seaside 1!:J0 P. M.
The Portlnnd-Scaflde Flyer leave Vn
Ion depot every Saturday at ! 30 P. M..
arriving Astorlu 6 60 P: M . and run
through direct, arriving at Gearhart 40
1 M . ami Seaside t-0 J". M.
In connection with thl Improved er
vlce. special round trip aon xcurlon
tickets are void fiom Portland to all
Clatsop and North Ucarh points at rat
of 4 W for th round trip, good for re
turn passage until Oct. 15th
Special commutation tickets, good for
live rounil trips, are sold from Portland
to same point for 116 00. good to return
until Oct. 16th.
Satuidav special round trip excursion
tickets from Portland to all Clatsop and
North Reach points on sale every Satur-
1 day at rate i f I:' 60 for round trip, good
! to return Sunday.
j Tlckts sold from Portland to North
I Peach point me Issued In connection
wlh 1 R N. steumer from Astoria,
I and baggage is tiansferred to and from
I depot and steamer dock at Astoria free
of chargt. and ail tickets sold by the O.
' R N Co from Portlnnd to Clalsop and
i North HfBch points ai Interchangeable
a:id will be honored on train of thl
I c, mpany in either direction between
j Portland and Asiorla.
j For additional information addres C.
A. Stewart. Agent. ;'4S Alder' St.. Port-
young women what to
proline th orlflnal lctura and dfnatarasaf
tbslr atnototo pninim
l v. 1
AM-CctaUc rrcpnrnlionfur As
slmilal infl Ihc Food and He t ula -tuig
the Stomachs nialDovsvIs of
m Rest Contains nolllrr
Opium.Morpluiu- nor Mitral.
Not Nam c otic.
liin i Am
Aporfccl Remedy forConsllpn
(Ion. Sour Stouuvrh.Diarrnoea
Wornu .Convulsions ,Fc wn sh
nrss mid Loss or SLEEP.
Fac Simile Siljnwlurt of
lan.l. tri'.m. or J. l Mayo. O. F. and
I. A . AMwIa. dreKMri. B. k.IiIp Smiv.
nlr of 10I will t mailed lo your addrrss
firr ui'on allratlon. Write fur It.
Saved From Tfrrlbl Death.
The fumlly of Mr. M U llotibltt, of
Haigerlnn, Tnn, mw lirr dying' and
wert ivtnerle to vp hir. Thr moat I
nkllful uliylrluiia and fvrry renieily ued
fiillnl. while cinumplin wua alowly but,
urrly Inking her llf. In thl t, ri llilr .
hour t r King New IMarovrry for 'on
timitloti tinned ilmpulr Into Joy. The
diet Imttlf hriiniilit lluilleillutr 'lellef ami i
II I'ontlnueil liw .completely cured her. i
It the iiiunt cei lalti cure In thu world
fi,r all throat anil lung trouble (liiar- I
united llottlct Cue uikI 11 00 Trial but- j
tie fin at Howell A June' drug nloie.
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" I V. 3 fllKNUV ft 0. Tolrdo. Ohio.
Mr. M; ill, of North lien, I, I'm county. jj,,!,) by ,rtijilata. "tr
i In the city looking for a de.ii.ihie pi. e j Tk), jii-. .tl,y I'llli f(,r ronatlpa
of reniilt ii, . tlon.
A high-class preparation for the
glossy and prevents splitting at
always restores color to gray
IN OUR NEW
Wo have rnnovpil into our largor
Twelfth fitret-fH. We have ndded con
thoroughly erjuiiiped to handlo all
Building and Repairing of
Saw min supplies, shafting, boxes and
and blgb grades; emery stands, swing
hand and made to order. We bIho
business. Plow shares ground and
First Class Work.
Twelfth and Main Sts.
Tor Infanta and Children.
The Kind You Have
Ta M .
' Thrr I mor Talarrh In this ctloB
of tin- roiinlry than all oilier dlras
I nil l.-Keilifr, and until lh lat frw yr
ied to Imi ImuraUln. far m
I an at tnuny yrar diK tor nrunouncod It
a KH-al UlUeuHI anil irrrrnu iei -
! i .lien, anil ty runntiuitly falling to our
I with loul trralmrnt. pronounced It ln
I euuil'le. Hcleiii e ha irovrn catarrh to
he a coiixtllutloiuil diru and tiiornror
reiiilrea coiiHtltiitloniil treatment. Hall
i al. ii i h fine, iniinufacturrd by K. J.
. Iieii.y It I'n, Toledo, Ohio, la tha only
ciiiiMllliitloiiiil curr on the maiki'l. It I
tukeu Intel iiully In de fnuii IV drops
to a ti unpooiifiil It ad illintly on th
hliMiiJ and niucoii aufuce of th sy
i. in Tiny ofToi una bumlrrd dollars for
any cimf It fall lo cuir Hend for clr
ciiiui and tmtlnumliila Aildrcua:
hair. Keens the hair soft and
Cures dandruff and
I r it W M mmt f-. J li-ai B
and liettcr btilMIng at Muln and
aldoruble new machltiory, and Br
cIhskoh of work.
collars In stock; nnbbltt Metal low
Haw frames and harbors; pulleys on
do a general machine blacksmlthlng
Oregon City, Oregon