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OREGON CITY ENTERPRISE, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1900.
There are'two kinds of whiskey.
One is the other-isn't.
The kind that IS contains all the constituents that come
from proper distillation .and ageing That's what makes it
The kind that ISNT Is made of alcohol, prune juice and
bead oil or is simply, alcohoL put. in charred barrels, and
The Pure Food Law "aims at. having the consumer get
exactly what he calls for.
W hen you call for whiskey ask your dealer if it will
respond to a government laboratory test.
Ask him if he guarantees it.
Then you will know w hat you are paying your money for.
Buy the brand you know, the standard for 70 years.
Cyrus Noble pure whiskey all whiskey old whiskey.
quart bottle of GENUINE CYRUS NOBLE
direct to 7011, til charges
pud to th nearest railroad expreti office,
W. J. VAN SCHUYVER & CO.
EtUrJjihrd 1864 105-107 Second Strrrt. PorUaod Oirgoa
CVT T TNI. LINK MB Mall TO-OaV
W. J. Vaa Schuyer & Co PanUaA On
tWd US4.90 1 kaJ pltaie ani 1
GENUINE CYRUS NOBLE.
Bobbins ami J. Thomas, trustees.
O. V. Adams. J. N. Sawtell nnt J. U
Tuhhs, executive committor.
Now Brother "Meadow-brook" has tt
had again. So used to inflating every
thing with "hot air," ho has tackled
Riich a substance as tho prismatic
rays of the "rainbow," l.et us hone
he will not go so far with his pressure
as to explode ibe seven colors, tear
down from the Heavens, as It were,
our nut I IIihhI sign.
Charles H. B. Thomas took his sou.
Kowland, to Portland to visit, his sis
ter, Halite, and to soo the sights of
the metropolis during the holiday.
Our efficient telephone operator.
Miss lulse Sailer, was presented a
handsome cash Christmas present by
the everal lines running Into her ears,
as a token of the appreciation of the
splendid service rendered during the
Claud Wtnslow. of Coll on, was out
for a ilrtvo on our streets Sunday af
There were two Christmas trees
In town on the evening of the 21th.
Mr. Kobson and 1'enrl Hall made a
business trip to the huh Krlday.
Quite a number of our town folks
attended the Christmas entertainment
at Colt on Christmas eve.
When that young man walks with
his heat girl, does he take his mm
along to keep the other fellow u way
or to stand the old man off.,
ptpui four quarts ,
NEWS OP THE COUNTY
Where are you going to spend New
Years? is the question heard on all
The new school teacher is well
success. Over 50 numbers were sold
and al said it was the best dance ever
I and all said it was the best dance ever
nrst-ciass music for the dance.
Charles Oglesby and Ben Wolferjr.
! TOOL- In thO Mc .nn. a, U .. KKa ..1
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pleased witn ttie school, which is pro- Amas night.
Mrs. Paul, who has been ill for a
month past, is slowly recovering.
James Bennett made a trip to Ore
gon City Tuesday of last week.
Elmer Shearer has been on the
sick list, but is better.
Katie and Emma Haberlach were ! the old
seen in Oregon City Tuesday. Oglesby
uzzie Zimmerman was a guest at
dick tiarrett s Christmas.
Miss Wallle Harms, of Macksburg,
was a guest at R. G. Garrett's Christ
Meridan School District has a fine
I debating society and literary. Among
debaters we notice George
John R. Dlmick. Frank and
A surprise party was given wed-1 Theodore Canipau, who are learning
nesaay ntgnt at tne nome or Mr. and last.
Mrs. E. Wtckland.. Every one enjoy-1 We notice the names of several
ed themselves. Those present were: who would like to be the next County
Gertie Hargreaves. Helena Johnson, Judge. There is only one man who
Anna Johnson. Emma Haberlach, Air-1 can be elected and that Is Hou. John
gie Mather, Isabel Mather. Amy Hart-1 Lewellen, our present commissioner;
nell, Archie Landes, Gus Haberlach, ! the others mentioned would not last
narry rtartnen, Annur street, Arcmeiany longer than a paper shirt in
Packard, Andrew Benson, Clarence
Johnson and Orval Johnson.
Mr. R. D. Milk and family and
Mrs. E. R. Capps, of Portland, spent
Xmas with Sir. and Mrs. M. Haber
lach. Mr. and Mrs. V. Conway spent Fri
day and Saturday with Mr. and Mrs.
Talk about Xmas! It seemed a good
deal like Xmas to the Haberlach fam
ily, as all were home, excepting one
son and his wife, of Tillamook.
DAMASCUS AND ROCK CREEK.
We are having beautiful weather
bear flght. Mr. Lewellen knows al
most every taxpayer in Clackamas
County and Is progressive and is well
qualified for the position, and let me
say right here, will be elecrea.
Christmas has come and gone and
the New Year will soon be here. We
hope it will be as full of love and
prosperity as the year that is dying.
Johnnie Zimmerman and Ora Eisle
went to Oregon City, Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Kaiser went to
Portland on Friday.
Connie Zimmerman went to Cornel
of late, although a little cold. Most; lug to spend Christmas with his sis
of the farmers got their potatoes all ; ter, of that place,
out this last spell of good weather.' Mr. and Mrs. L. Koellermeier spent
some or tne potatoes were froze bad. i inursuay evening with Mr. and Airs.
Fletcher Tong and family went to
Arleta to attend the Christmas tree
at his father's home.
Alec Hunter and George Ellis haul
ed two loads of gravel for C.
Hunters' new house, Friday.
.Miss Annie Wllkens, of Portland,
was married at her home In Skunk
Hollow last Thursdav. A large crowd
R. j of boys from Frog Pond, Stafford and
.Mountain Koad charivaried them. Af-
The pupils of the school had Xmas
exercises and a tree at the school-
house Friday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. George Bryant, of
Hammond. Oregon, are spending the
holidays with her parents, Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Moehnke. Mr,
:nd Mrs. John Moehnke, Henrv and
Huso Hanson, and Mrs. R. tilnther
were amoug those who attended the
dance at Clarkes Xmas night.
Miss Uiura Shubel, of Portland
came home to spend Xmas and re
turned to Portland today.
Mr. and Mrs. John d. Moehnke left
for Kelso, Wash,, to visit relatives
for a week.
Charles Hettman, an old senior of
this community, died this evening of
cancer of the bladder. He leaves
wife and five grown sous. Ills re
mains will bo Interred in the Evan
gelical cemetery here.
Robert (.anther Is building a new
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Moehnke spent
Xmas in town.
Will Clark lost a valuable silk
watch fob with a gold locket and
buckle on It somewhere between Ore
gon City and his home. The Initials
J. B. are on It. A reward is offered
to the finder for its return. It can
be left at the Enterprise office.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Horuschuch visited
virlstmns with Mr. and Mrs. Wm
Will Hettman and wife, of Colyton.
are spending a few weeks at his par
ent s home here.
Miss Elnore Ginther, of the Eata-
caua scnoois, visited her parents on
The Clarkes school had a fine
Christmas tree on Christmas eve and
there was a large attendance.
the M. E. German Church had a
Christmas tree Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Hung and Mrs
Grace were in town last Friday.
There was a dance In the Grange
hall last Saturday night.
Miss Mable Clark came home to
spend her Christmas with her folks.
Charles Hettman died last Sunday
night. The funeral services were
held on Tuesday In Shubel church.
Mr. Bottemiller butchered hogs on
Monday. Mr. Wettlaufer assisted
Misses Minnie and Eme Grace came
home to spend Christmas and New
Miss Bonflt, the teacher of Timber
Grove, went to Mllwaukle to spend
her Xmas and New Year at home.
Mr. Grace butchered beef on Mon
The Clarkes school has two weeks'
Albert Bauer was In town last Fri
Mr. Marquardt butchered a calf
last Wednesday and sold It In town.
Mrs. Putz and daughter Lena, spent
Sunday with Mrs. Schlewe.
Albert Bauer helped Alex Scher-
ruble log last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Maxson spent Xmas
with their daughter, Mrs. O. Martin.
Otto Elmer came home from high
school to spend his vacation at home
A happy New Yea- n every body
whe reads this.
Frances ljiwreuce arrived Christ
mas Pny to spend a short time at her
home, and Incidentally eat her share
of the turkey.
Mr. and Mrs. Ilethume left Satur
day to spend their vacation days at
their home In ljenta, with Mr. He
Mr. mid Mrs. Smith and daughter.
Etta, spent a few day in Cortland
Miss Mary Brohst, who Is attending
high school In Portland, has been a
home enjoying a short vacation
Kva Baker Is spending a few duvs
at her home near Wllsonvllle.
it. Ireland s outre is now com
pleted, tuid a telephone is Installed In
his snug little quarters.
Mr. and Mrs. Spull. of Portland
with their children, have been vlslr"-
lug for a week with Mrs. Spall's par
out. Mr. and Mrs. Jemlson.
IVrls Young and Raymond Seely
arrived on Tuesday from Corvallls
to spend the holiday -w U h their re
Professor Grahtm, of Portland
spent Christmas day nt the home of
his sister, Mrs. Marlon Young.
Miss KUen Brohst. one of Oregon
City's most popular teachers, spent
Christmas vacation at her home In
Wllsonvllle, where she Is a great fa
vonte In local society.
.lonn Hutson went to Portland on
Tuesday of last week, on real estate
business. In which he Is Interested
Great preparations are being made
for the masquerade hall on New
Year's eve. at the M. It. A. hall.
Mrs. Annie E. Say. of Santa Paula,
Calif., who has been visiting for some
months with her sons, Norman and
Harry, has returned to her home In
The irregularity of the boats of
late, has made us all appreciate more
fully the splendid Oregon Electric
Alfred Baker has been spending a
little time at home with his pamtita,
Mr. and Mrs. Allison Baker.
The local school, under the able
management of Mr. llethune, gave a
very entertaining and enjoyable pro
gramme on Friday afternoon, after
which the scholars were made happy
with sacks of randy mil nuts, and
very pretty Christmas potals, given
with the teachers' compliments, and
tne cheerful season's greetings.
The basketball boys can stand do.
feat In a very heroic manner as was
noticeable on the last challenged
event, but "fortune will surely favor
the brave." before long.
The Corral Creek school gavo a
splendid entertainment on Thursday
evening of last week. Miss Halley
presented the scholars with confec
tions and Christmas cards, and the
scholars gave this popular teacher a
beautiful water set, as a token of their
The M. B. A. lodge of our village.
held Its annual election on the ISth
lnst... and the following officers were
elected for thft ensuing year: Presi
dent, It. I Haaselbrlnk; vlee-presl-lent,
A. oRthenburg; secretary, ('has.
Wagner; treasurer, Chas. Hlggs;
conductor. Henry Berkman: chaplain.
Henry Aden; sentinel, William Rid-
der; watchman. Frnnk Stangle; trus
tee. H. L. Hasselbrlnk. The officers
will be Installed upon Saturday even-
ng, January 8th. by members nf the
A. Newell's gave a Christmas din-j ter which the happy couple left for
ner and tree Saturday. Those at- j Portland, where they will make their
tending were Mr. and Mrs. Palmquist. I home.
Fred, Minnie and Ray Palmquist; Mr. j -Mr. Hodge, Mr. Elsie and Fred ZIm
and Mrs. A. W. Cooke, Fred Coowe ' merman attended a shooting match
and Mrs. Delsie Hunter and daughter, near Wilsonville on Wednesday. They
Verna; Arthur Baldwin, of Gresham, said there was some line shooting
and Janett Newell, of Portland. The '. done, but as they took no part In it,
Christmas tree was well filled. All i returned home without a turkey,
received beoutlful presents. Mrs. I The young folks at Elsie's and
Delsie Hunter acted as Santa Claus, j Hodge's spent Tuesday evening at
the suit was trimmed with cotton and j Zimmerman's.
while reaching through the treeSan-; Waldo Koellermeier was visiting
ta Claus got on tire he was a mass Mrs. Lend Kaiser Wednesday,
of (lames, burning his neck and hair j We are very sorry to hear that May
a little before the tire could be ex-1 Bennett is again on the sick list,
tinguished. Ail enjoyed a pleasant j Some of the young folks of this
day until an early hour in the morn-! place got together and gave an entering-
! tainment on Xmas night, but we are
R')ck Creek school closed for a week j sorry to say that it was given at a
during the holidays.
Mr. hlsles. and none except those
that were Invited, could attend. But
reports are that the programme was
fine. We hope that next time it will
be public so more of us can attend.
A crowd of riends and relatives from
Portland, spent Christmas with Mr.
and Mrs. Eisle.
Little Elmer Setje Is on the sick
The cold wave still stays with us
and our young people are doing some
skating when the can find a pond
to skate on.
A great many potatoes that were
not dug here, have been lost by the list
freeze. Maggie Zimmerman, who has been
Christmas dinner:; were all the rage I working in Portland, spent Christmas
here Christmas day. 1 ! with her folks.
A fine Xmas n'ertalnrntnt and
un Xnas tree were held at Meridian 1 MOLALLA.
schoolhouse. A Iar?-; audience was j
present and all had a fine time. i A dismal fog rain visited this Jo
The dance at Macksuurg was a big'callty .Saturday. Sunday being a most
i beautiful day. Monday morning an-
'in..f r freeze up.
Write it 19lu.
.Mohilia school had an Xmas tree
uml bea-itiful program Thursday night
I in tne m. K. church. The exercises
I were all very good.
I The Ch-istlan Church has Sunday
! school very Sunday. Wm. T. Echerd,
Sunerinteudent. Evangelist Wood
I v lii preach the second Sunday in
j -Next Monday will be the annual
.meeting of the Molalla Mutual Teie
1 phone. Association.
I Not even cattlemen feel overly
; proud over the recklessneBB of a well
known wayward sister; married or
At the regular meeting of Molalla
Grange last Saturday, the following
officers were elected for the ensuing
year: W. XV. Everhart, M.; H. A.
Kayler, O.; Otis R. Daugherty, L.;
J. N. Sawtell, S.; B. O. Cole, Asst. S.;
Anna Everhart, C; Rhoda Mackrell,
T.; Bertha Adams, Sec; D. Wilhelm,
G.; Km ma Austen, Ceres; Ewlth Saw-
Pomona; Jane Baty, Flora;
Cold weather still continues.
The minister, of Jiarqiiam, Doctor
Chalman, has been appointed to a
charge at Grand Rapids, Michigan.
He leaves the 2th.
Guy Larklns returned home the
24th from Dover, where he has been
teaching school, to spend the holidays
with his parents at Marquam.
Anna Nelson has come home from
her school near Estacada, where she
P. A. Marquam has returned from
The Christmas tree and programme
was well attended.
Bert Hubbard broke his arm while
working with a wood saw.
Edwin String left the 27th to work
at Sunnyslde in a box factory.
Onr school closed fT a week for
Harvy Green came down from Eu
gene where he was working, to spend
the holidays with relatives. '
Dolly Marquam came home from
Sllverton, where she is going to
Ely's Cream Balm
8uro to Clve Satisfaction.
OIVEO RELIEF AT ONCE.
It clese, soothes, hf-nls sod iirotvtg the
diseaMi-d ne'iuhmiiii resulting from Oiitnrrb I tell,
and drives away a Old in the Bend quickly
Restores the bennes of Tusto and SmeiL
Easy to uo. Cout&in no iujuriuus drugs
Applied intj the nostrils and absorbed.
lArga Size, 60 cent at Druggists or by
mail. Liquid Cream Btlm for use in
atomizers, 75 oento.
ELY BROTHERS, 16 W.rr.n 51.. Ntw York.
Roxy Cole, L. A. S.; J. R. Cole, O.
JOHN W. THOMAS,
Another kind of weather here this
week. What will the weather man do
for us next?
Mr. and Mrs. Bonace spent Christ
mas eve visiting with Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Staudlnger Is working early
and late fencing his mountain ranch.
Mr. Heckert, of Iirotightoiibiirg at
tended Sunday School last Sabbath
The last hunt, planned for the cap
ture of the wild animal resulted In
another failure. They struck the trail
about one mile north of George Wil
liams and ran the animal up near
the James homestead In the edge of
the huckleberry patch, but the snow
baffled the hounds, so they camped
on the trail till next morning, when
the started It again near the old Dlx
mill on Milk Creek. Somewhere near
there the hounds bayed It in a' deep
canyon, and a consultation was held
as to the policy of crowding It too
close. It was feared by some that It
might hurt some of the dogs, so It
was decided to call the chase off. The
boys went home tired and hungry,
having been out 38 hours.
The Meadowbrook Xohool gave a
very Interesting entertainment Friday
evening. At the close of the enter
tainment an Invitation was given to
the patrons to talk along educational
Ernest Mallatt called on A. L. Lar
king Sunday afternoon. A. L. says it
takes lots of wood to do over Sunday.
Mrs. jioiman ana son, Charles,
spent Christmas visiting home falks
Mr. Schafer has a large force of
men at work on his new mill.
Verily, this season Is not Just to
the farmers' liking. The dry Fall
umped right Into a six weeks' rnlny
spell and now a freeze-up, so we can
not speed the plow.
Fred Gerber, the road supervisor,
and the force of teamsters from the
sawmill have been planking the road
from Tracy's Corners to the top of the
hill nnd from the bottom to tho mill.
The heavy loads of lumber will not
sink quite out of sight now. The
mill company made liberal donations
toward the improvement.
F. P. Wilson Is selling his farm
equipment and most of his household
effects and will go to operate the
store at Kamllla, Wash., which was
owned by his brother, who was t
cently drowned. We are sorry to
lose Mr. and Mrs. Wilson, our long
time neighbors, but wlHh them sue
cess and happiness In their new lo
John Schuttet Is now living In the
new house he recently built on his
Those who attended the XV. O. W,
ball report a pleasant time.
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SAVCO NCR SON'S LIFE
My ton Rex wstUken down year ago with lung trouble. Wt
doctored torn months without Improvement. Then I began giving
Dr. King's New Discovery, and I soon noticed a change for tho better.
I kept this treatment up (or few week and now my ton li perfectly
well and work, every day. MRS. SAMP. RII'PEE, Ava, Mo.
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The dance Friday night was the
best we have had for a long time.
Fifty six couples were present and
everybody repotted a good time.
Hilly Bowers Is visiting friends In
Miss Maude N'cho Is home for her
Christmas vacation, from t). A. C. She
has her friend. Miss Florence Plcot,
of New Orleans, with her.
Italelgh Bowers Is back from his
visit lo Eugene.
Miss Margaret Z.cngcr ram hack
from Mount Angel for Christmas va
Miss Annie Zenger and Miss Ilulda
Kraxberger spent t'nrlstmas lit home
Friday afternoon nt Macksburg
school was devoted to Christmas ex
erelses. A literary and musical pro
gram was presented by tho scholars
and then the crowd adjourned to the
gymnasium which had been turned
Into a fairy land of Christmas candles
and elder IhuikIis. Santa Claus dis
tributed the gifts from the hlg tree,
uml everyone went home happy.
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The weather Is changing some now
The Molalla people had a Christ
mas tree with a largo crowd, who
had a nice time.
Christmas day Mr. nnd Mrs, Jesse
Bngby had a fine dinner and after
dinner a nice little Chrlstmaa tree.
Present were P. C. Miller and wife
Arch Miller and wife, Hubert Knghi
and family. Hoy Phelps and family,
Kugene Pelkcy, John Bagby and Itev
Qulnn and two children. Wo were
all glad to see (Jrandma Bagby enjoy
her presents ho much.
Mrs. J. H. Qulnn went to King's
Valley to see her sister, who Is not
expected to live.
Skating has been fine on Kraxberg
er's lake for a week.
Phil Graves has bought the William
Mr. and Mra. Edward Burgess Hpent
Christmas' at the Gibson place.
Mr. and Mrs. Al McCoy spent Xmns
at the Bowor'B place.
On Rainy Days
A Fish Brand Slicker
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