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OREGON CITY ENTERPRISE, FRIDAY, DECEMHEU 30, 1910.
Tho Kind You Havo Alvrnys Iought, nml which lias lieou
ia uso for over 30 years, lias bortio tlio slgnaturo of
- nnl lias boon made, under liis per
fr j sonal supervision slnoo its Infancy.
&tS7Zs-UC4ti Allow no one to deceive you In this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations nnd "Jut-ns-jrood" are but
. Experiments tlint trllle with nndenilanertlio health oi
Infants and Children Experienco ngnlust ExporiuicnU
What is CASTORIA
Castorla Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops nnd Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant, It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Jfareotlo
substance Its npro is its guarantee. It destroys AVorms
and allays Fererisliness. It cures Diarrluva ami Wind
Colic. It relieves Toothing Troubles, cures Constipation
nnd Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates tlio
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Tlte Kind You Hae Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
ytit CKKTAUR tOMNNf, TT HuRMI TUtrT, HCW VONH CVT.
NEWS FROM THE COUNTRY
INTERESTING ITEMS FROM ALL PARTS OF CLACKAMAS COUNTY
Mrs. Brobst was visiting relatives
Doris Young is home from college
to spend the Christmas vacation.
Eva and .Mae Baker are at home for
a few days.
Miss Murray attended the teachers'
institute in Portland.
The Methodist Sunday school had
a Christmas tree in the A. O. C. W.
hall on Saturday evening, the 24th.
The Wilsonville stores did a good
Mr. and Mrs. Bethune were In Port
land last week where Mr. Bethune at
tended the institute.
The Congregational Ladies' Aid So
ciety have some pretty handkerchiefs
and other things for sale at Mr. Dar
by's drug store.
We ought to take a "tip" from the
new calendar of our up-to-date village
bank, and begin to save a little while
we are young, then old age will not
find us in a bankrupt condition.
Why don't we all boost for that
ferry at Wilsonville.
The apples which are on display in
Oregon City, through the courtesy of
the Commercial Club, are a credit to
Clackamas county and the good work
done by this Club at the county seat
during the past year ought to be ap
preciated by every resident of this
A few warm days bring the real es
tate dealers around through the coun
try all ready to do a land office busi
ness. The river has been unsually high,
but is getting down to normal condi
Granulated Eye Lids
are easily cured Caustic is not nec
essary. Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve
is Painless and harmless and guaran
teed to cure. Has never failed on a
case, costs 25c. Sold by Jones Drug
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Baker spent
Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Alison
A surprise party was given to Nen
dcl's on Monday evening. The .young
people report a very enjoyable time.
Mrs. Chas. Epler has been quite ill
for a few days, but is rapidly improv
ing. Mr. White, who is loved by all the
children in our village, made a typi
cal Santa Claus for the Methodist S.
S. on Saturday evening.
The sympathy of the people of Wil
sonville Is extended to the relatives
of Mrs. ttarnes, who was buried last
The basket bail team is still receiv
ing congratulations upon their last
gime, which was played with the
same personnel of players as against
the St. Paul team and stood 5 to 28
In favor of our Wilsonville team.
Norman Say, of Wilsonville, ha3
received word from Dr. Snedden,
who lectured in Portland lately at
the teachers' institute, to the effect
that the doctor is very much in love
with Oregon. Dr. Snedilen would have
been a visitor in Wilsonville on Sat
urday but for the reason that he was
engaged to lecture at Seattle on that
Doris Young's article in the last
number of the Oregon Countryman,
Strong Healthy Women
If a woman is strong and healthy in a womanly way, moth
erhood means to ber but little suffering. The trouble lies
in the fact that the many women suffer Irom weakness and
disease of the distinctly feminine organism and are unfitted
ior motherhood. This can be remedied.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
Cures the weaknesses and disorders of women.
It acts directly on the delicate and important C
organs concerned in motherhood, making them
healthy! strong, vigorous, virile and clastic.
"Favorite Prescription" banishes the indispositions of the
period of expectancy and makes baby's advent easy and
almost painless. It quickens and vitalizes the feminine
organs, and insures a healthy and robust baby. Thousands of women have
testified to its marvelous merits.
Makes Weak Women Strong. It Makes Sick Women Welt.
Honest druggists do not offer substitutes, and urge them upon you as "just
a good." Accept no secret nostrum in place of this Kon-itcrct rcirrdy. It
contains not a drop oi alcohol and not a grain of habit-forming or injurious
drugs. Is a pure glyceric extract of healing, native American roots.
entitled "The Cooperation of Far
mers," is splendid, and shows what
a farmer's boy can do when he has
a chance. The village correspondent
thinks that a bright career along lit
erary lines is in store for this popular
young man, who is an honor to our
community. Give the country boys a
chance and they come to the top
Something Just as Good
Can onlv be the case when it is
another bottle of Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey.
Every bottle the same. Look
for the bell on the bottle. Sold by
Jones Drug Co.
Christmas, 1910, has passed Into
Families and friends met together
at various homes and enjoyed the
Christmas cheer provided by the
The children in most homes were
allowed to help decorate the tree, and
what fun long to be remembered
and then when Santa Claus presented
the fruit of the wonderful tree what
could equal the pleasure of examining
box or parcel.
On Christmas eve there was the
usual program of recitations and mu
sic, and a tree beautifully ornamen
ted and lighted, but they never put.
presents upon it, at the Baptist
church. Instead they had a generous
sack of candy for each child in the
house, and also passed candy to all,
and at the end of the program tho
company broke up Into little knots
and exchanged the compliments of
the season and talk and laughter
ruled the hour, and all departed for
their homes feeling the better for
having been there.
Mrs. Brink is having quite a sick
spell, but not confined to her bed all
Mrs. Schattz is better, but quite
weak vet. The daughters have taken
turns coming home to see to the
Mr. and Mrs. Milem went to their
Mt. Tabor home to spend the holi-
davs with friends and relatives.
. Mrs. OIlie Cage Holton, with her
husband and two children, spent a
few days with her parents, returning
to their home on Monday.
Arden Gage and wife, who intended
to spend the day at the old home,
were called to Butler to see their
young son-in-law, who was thought 'to
be dvlng. at the home of his father.
Mr. Kruse has not given up the
hunt for thieves who stole his chlcn
ens and pigs, and it is reported now
that he is hot on their trail, wnen
we hear for certain who it is we will
give their initials in the Stafford
Mr. Schattz has men getting out
slumps in the highway.
Last Tuesday evening about 2
voters of the district met at the
schoolhouse to talk over a seceeding
of the northern part of the district,
v,ith about 20 scholars, and make a
new district for themselves, and wMIc
the majority of this part of the dis
trict may be willing to let them go
neaceablv. they do not feel wining as
a whole to allow them a portion of
the school property, for, they argue
that thev have had all the benelii i
coming to them in the years gone
by, and are not entitled to anything
but the liberty to go and their pro
portion of the future drawing of tho
school money. Wo nil hope they will
stnv with us tew years longer until
bv'the setting up of the Tualatin
Meadows thoy would he hotter able
to stand alone.
Is considered hard to cure. Try Dr.
Hell's Antiseptic Salve nnd you will
change your mind. You will see an
Improvement from Ihe first applica
tion. Sold by Jones Drug Co.
P, Hordino Is home from Bull Hun
to spend the holidays.
H Thompklns, of Shaw, was visit
ing his family In Willamette last
Mrs. R. Mays has returned to her
Inline 'at 'this- place, after a visit with
her mother near Stafford.
Otto Peters, of tUildendale, accom
panied by the brother-in-law of Chns.
Kannv. are down on a visit. Mr.
Peter's father and mother and family
had a reunion at the home of Ch:s.
Kntinv Monday of this week, nnd lo
to the turkey and chicken. A good
time was enjoyed by all.
iii-.L..in Citv was well pntrouueu
bv the Willamette xople In buying
tlio good things for Christmas.
I. W. Rivers anil J. iiwensny. ii"
hive been eneaced in drilling a wen
on the D. C. Lntourotte place on the
west side, had the misfortune to lose
the drill and many efforts have been
m,.,l., hv these men to recover It but
ii,.. efforts have been futile. A tool
is heine made at the Oreson Citv
midline shops and it Is probable that
thoy will be able to secure It by this
means. The drill nas reai-neu
depth of CO feet nnd there Is U feet
of water. The men started nir.itn on
Tuesday to recover the drill but ow
ing to the smallpox cases In tho two
houses on tho property the men were
rot allowed to proceed wltn me uorN.
The men acting as guards at these
houses are taking careful precautions
to keep the disease from spreading.
Those afflicted are nil Crooks and
have been working at the paper mills.
The greatest danger frcm Influon
ra is of its resulting In pneumonia.
This enn be obviated by using Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy, ns it not on-
! ly cures Influenza, but counteracts)
' anv tendency of the disease towards
pneumonia. Sold by all dealers:
Mrs. J. E. Marqtmm and her broth
er. Mr. Ross and wife nnd daughter
from Waltsburg. Wash., attended a
Christmas dinner on Howell Prairie
at the home of Mrs. Stevenson, a sis
ter of Mrs. Marquam and Mr. Koss.
The hoys had quite a turkey shoot
on the 21rd.
Mrs. Tessle McPherson and her
husband, from Condon. Oregon, are
visltlnir with her parents, Mr. nnd
Mrs. I. O. iJirkins, this week.
Rev. Mays' wife has been quite
sick for the last two weeks with ner
Misses Myrtle and Hazel and Clean
Larklns. of Meadowbrook. attended
the Xmas tree and program at Mar
quam on Saturday night.
School closed last Tuesday to let
the teachers attend the Institute In
Portland and also for the holidays.
It will commence again the first Mon
dav in January.
The Christmas exercises rendered
by the young people with solos and
quartettes was grand and many ap
propriate recitations were given by
the younger people. The church wus
The young people of Marquam,
are preparing for a big time at Scotts
Mill skating rink. They are to mask
New Year's Eve.
Make Up Your Own Mind
When in need of a cough medicine.
If you buy Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey
we guarantee you get the best. Sold
by Jones Drug Co.
Christmas has come and. gone but
still we go to the garden for our daily
supply of fresh vegetables.
Mr. and Mrs. Leooney and daugh
ter Edith, spent Christmas with O. T.
Kay and family.
A. V. Daivs and family are spend
ing the holidays with some Portland
Miss Inez Snodgrass, of Mulino, a
teacher of the Beaver Creek school,
is visiting with her sister, Mrs. Boh
lander. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Staudingor en
tertained a number of friends and
The Christmas tree and entertain
ment at Mr. Kay's residence Satur
day evening was quite a success.
Mr. Striker has a gasoline engine
and woodsaw in tow.
Mr. Holman and family, Mr. Al
bright and family, made a business
trip to Hubbard to interview the commissioner-elect,
Miss Ruth Chindgren spent Christ
mas with Miss Nettie Larkins.
The Misses Myrtle and Hazel Lar
klns and brother Glen, took In the
Christmas entertainment at Marquam
Road District 22, Meadowbrook, has
once more gone on record for good
roads, having voted a three-mill tax.
We now claim more miles of good
road than any district In the county.
When, oh when, will Mulino and
Molalla wake up.
for everything. Sutherland's Eagle
Eye Salve Is good for nothing but the
eyes. If you use it and are not satis
fied come back and get your z.jC. iron
be the juilr'e
Sold by Jones Drug
Christmas has come and gone once
more and soon we will write 1911.
Fred Woodsldes and family are
spending the holidays with Mrs. Wm
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Fish spent the
Christmas day at Lents with Mr. and
Mrs. Woods, a niece of Mr. p'lsh.
Mr. and Mrs. Evans had a family
re-union on Christmas day. Those
present were Mr. and Mrs .Turner
and family, Clarence Mallatt and fam
ily and Mr. nnd Mrs. Otis Dlx.
Mrs. Bert Wallace is still very sick
but is improving slowly. Mrs. Meeks
of Canby Is taking care of her at
Charley Howard Is confined to the
house by serious Illness. Dr. Mount
was called to see him last Friday.
Mr. Maple returned from Portland
Monday and reports Mrs. Maple get
ting along nicely.
Lester Walling, of Portland, spent
Tuesday night with Lewis Churchill.
Mr. and Mrs. Ashby have gone to
Salmon river to visit Mrs. Ashby's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Baker.
Christmas bus route nnd gone.
Many from this berg went away for
dinner nnd some gave dinners. Mr.
and MVS, W. 0. Hull hud a family
dinner at 9 o'clock In the morning,
that being tho most convenient time
for nil concerned. Chicken and hoof
wore served with other things too
numerous to mention. I hose pres
ent were Ford Curran, wllo nnd two
children, Mr. and Mrs, Cnrrleo nml
two children, Joslo, Frances nnd Ada
llno Curran, Mrs. tleo. Kvorhait and
Mr. unit Mra. w. . Hull.
Miss Joslo Curran spent Sunday
Miss Frances Cumin has been
working in the Homo Telephone of
fice to give tho hello girls their holi
Walter and Maude Orlffln, of Port
land, wore home for Xtutia dinner.
Ford Curran Is giving his hall a
new Coat of pnlnt for a confectionery
Mr. and Mra. Wllmer Fisher moved
heme from Bert Cummin's mill last
Coorgo Muuts was ut home for din
Mrs. J. N. Harrington, of ScIIwoihI.
and Mrs. Ernest Harrington, of St.
Johns, worm callers In this berg Sun
day. C. E. Surfus, of Elwood. was trims
acting business in town Monday nnd
MTs Edith Alldredge Is visiting
relatives In Washington this week.
Hurry Confer, of Portland, spent
Xmas here with his parents.
Mrs. Welduer Is visiting her daugh
ter. Mrs. Minnie Dickey anil family
on the Abornothy.
Mr. and Mrs, O. A. Ynnhoy went
to Portland Sunday to dinner with
their daughter, Mrs. Ida Jennings.
O. P. Kellogg and family, of Philo
math, are upending tho holidays In
Miss Minnie Jackson, ho Is touch
ing In Eastern Oregon this winter, Is
home for the holidays.
Tom Carrlco has a cousin from
Washington visiting him.
Mrs. 11. P. Linn and daughter, Hes
ter, silent Xmas at Salem, the gnosis
of her daughter. Mrs. Shumuay.
Died, December 2lh, 1!10. Thuntus
Martin, aged "S years. He leaves a
wife, four sons and one daughter.
The funeral sen ices were held at the
Mountain View church Wednesday
morning. Rev. Clack officiated. In
terment waa in the Mountain View
Elmer Mohlcr. of Hillsboro, Is via
Itlng relatives here this week.
Tlte Mountain View Improvement
Club will meet in Cumin s Hull on
Friday evening. Rev. J. R. Lands
borough wilt bo the speaker.
Many persons find themselves af
fected with a persistent cough after
an attack of Influenza. As this cough
can be promptly cured by the uso of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, It
should not bo allowed to run on until
it becomes troublesome. Sold by all
Laura and Gertie Shubol, Hazel
Ginther, Delia and Elsa Bin Inn and
Sophia Bohlander were homo for the
Many of our citizens celebrated In
Oregon City Saturday.
John Heft and family spent Xmas
with his brother Fred.
There Is counlderblo sickness In
"our neighborhood. ,
The children had a Xmas program
and tree In the schoolhouse last Mou
Dan Ouenther and family, of Ore
gon City, visited his parents, Wm.
ui r-ntr-er. Xmas.
Chester Elliott, of Oregon City.
spent Xmas at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. C. Hornschuh.
Arthur Hornschuh has gone to Se
attle to spend the holidays.
There will be a dance at Mr. Bus
bee's next Saturday night, December
Robert Ginther returned home last
Saturday from attending the State
Teacheis' Association at Portland.
Effle and Minnie Garce enmo home
to spend their ChrlBtmas.
Tom Martin who died In Oregon
City, was a neighbor in Ttml.er
Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Mnyson went
down to attend Mr. Martin's funeral.
iiernice Gard Is on the sick list.
Archie Cummins, from Washington,
came home to spend his Xmas.
Mr. Rogers' family was on the sick
Miss Esther Stout came home from
Portland to spend her Christmas and
Tliey had a nice Christmas trco In
the Engli-.h M. E. Church.
Edith Stout has rheumatism.
Miss Mary Marshall spent Xmas at.
Edith "sugar is down with Infliima
Otto Elmer has come home (o spend
his Christmas and New Years.
They had a shooting match last
Saturday at. the store.
Mr. and Mrs. Haag were In town
on Tuesday last.
.Miss l.ydia Buol, from Oregon City,
came home last Friday to spend her
- A Woman's Great Idea
Is how to make horself attractive. But
without health, it Is hard for her to
be lovely In face, form or temper. A
weak, Bickly woman will be nervous
and Irrliable. Constipation nnd Kid
ney poisons show In pimples, blotches,
skin eruptions nnd a wretched com
plexion. But Electric Bitters always
l'f goend to women wm n
purify the blood; glvo strong nerves,
bright eyes, pure breath, smooth, vel
vety skin, lovely comploxion, good
health. Try them. 50c at JoneH Drug
dntlntry on the I'm! flu Court It zcatfl bor.
Wo have built np oar refutation on it. 011 can
dpf nil nn quality and runnot jrt btittr painlfia
Work auywbtiro, uo matter bow much yuu pay.
ay.oaaigstiejy JW.DIl I W H fl frith plat
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v, V- '4 ad. rA.,.iLti. iu
- MskrCrmi $5.00
v. ji;' . 22k-id,.TMtk4.00
!T$v' $ Qa4d Fillfnara 1.00
i,'- ; E.m.l Pillion 1.00
''?. ' ,! Silw Fillinjt .SO
. -, t 1 mil Kid HUHMf
-.1 , .1 pi.im 7.50
W.W.S.WIH, PwauTinMiuu Palaliii Eifr'tlM .60
n nm bum m nmia ssst nsthods
All work fullr fuaranted tor fifteen jmts.
Wise Dental Co.,mc
Fllflnf BulUInt, Third m6 Wsthlnftoa. P0RTIAN0, ORE.
omim inn: iLs uirk. Suss,
COUGHS fe W COLDS
s(r THE KING OF CUREStv
Ns. FOR ALL DISEASES OF
Tin! year Just past will loiur ba re
membered by iHioido of Sandy as n
year of good crisis with (tood prices;
with the saw mills nnd other Indus
tries runtiliiK full blast, with farmers
iiiMIiik field after fluid of clt-.uod
land; the pluming of hundreds of
acres to fruit ; hnlltllnir of new homos
with a (treat Influx of homeHoekors;
with the development of the nihility
powerful Sandy river to oli-ctrlclty
and tho bullilliiK of the Mt. Hood
Electric car lino lo Sandy hna mndo
tho Mist year one of the most pros
perous ever In the history of Snndv,
nnd tho out-look for the comlns year
promises still better and thus tlio
peopln of Sandy ran feel more thank
fill and happier than ever before on
this new year's birth.
Tho .Mt. Hood Hallway & Power
Company has hundreds of men, teunrt
nnd steam shovels busy coiislriictlnK
the Rreat power house site and reser
voirs, dams, etc. on Uullrun flat. Tho
scenes of operation can be observed
from our streets Just north of town
while further up the Utile nnd IUi;
Sandy river big Kiimts of men with
machinery are building flumen. dams
and other necessary construction to
get the water of theso two mighty
powerful streams converted through
flumes to a great reservoir or artifi
cial lake thst will cover hundrwls of
acres of Uullrun flat which Is said
will be the largest body of artificial
water In the world. " Krom this great
reservoir tho water will be taken In
several big tunnels to the piwer
house site ;!?5 feet below. Said build
lug Is being constructed of steel nnd
conerete of the most modern type
where electricity will bo generated
for light nnd power purisises for l'ort
land and surrounding country nnd in
run electric cars from Portland to
Sandy and to grand old Mt. Hood nnd
tains with some transcontinental line.
Construction woik on the line of
grading and laying of track from I'ort
Innil lo the power house site Is going
on day and night and will havo the
construction ttnln running to the
power house before spring. As soon
ns complete tho freighting of Immense
amount of material necessary for con
struction enn then be shipped by rail.
Work on the main lino from Luster's
hill to Sandy hns begun. Knxlnccrs
are now at work setting permanent
grade stakes, and tho cars wl'l no
doubt bo running Into. Sandy within
a year or two.
The lumbering Industries of tills
vicinity had n,n exceptionally good
run this past year. Tho 10 mills lo
cated hero with a capa-lty of 250,Ofin
feet per day were running with bill
llttlo Idleness. The product of these
mills, finding ready market, placed
thousands of dollars In circulation
annually and as tho timber resource
of Mils vicinity will keep mnny mills
running for years hence Insuring n
source of wealth for many years to
come, which will greatly develop
things for Handy and vicinity.
After Ihe swing of nxman ax uml
machinery of the mills linvc convert
ed the great trees of tho forest Into
mercantile lumber, - leaving behind
them many logs, trees, etc., nol fit
for lumber, this Is gitbered up by the
wood cutters, which has become a
business of considerable Importance
cutting up the refuse lumber Into
cord wood of which thousands of
cords are shipped annually, employ
ing several hundred men dally nnd
many teams hauling It. to tho nearest
railway station. Another source of
wealth that, materially adds to tho
progress of this country.
Not iilotie on account of the building
of tho Mt. Hood Railway and I'ower
Plant, or the great natural timber re
sources we havo here, which causes
Sandy to dnvolopn faster than most
any other section of Clackamas conn
ty, but. fruit growers of fame and ex
perienco have discovered that, our
soil, climate, atmospheric conditions,
and other natural requirements are
most admirably adapted for tho rais
ing -of the big, Juicy, red apple that
mndo Oregon famous, During the
pant year several thousand acres of
land 'changed hands nnd practical
fruit men are now clearing and pliint
Ing many ncros Into commercial ap
ple and other fruit orchards. Ulg nur
series have been established nnd peo
ple can get right at home tho best of
fruit trees for orchards, nnd a pro
gressive fruit growers' association
boosting cleaner nnd hotter orchards
nnd on practical lines will eventually
make Sandy fruit district a serious
competitor of Hood River.
Dairy business is growing rapidly.
Many farmers are discarding their
scrub stock and replacing blooded
stock instead. Already the good ef
fect therefrom is notlcoablo as our
cream and milk Is eagerly sought by
the big creameries of Portland, which
are running daily receiving wagons
to every dairy man paying them the
highest market price as milk pro
duced here almost destitute of germ
disease, which accounts for hlghor
elevation, purer air, and last, of pas
tures and purest of mountain water.
XX " JFjr
1 1 1 MRS
3 SOLO AND GUARANTEED. BV C
III keeping with the development
of surroundlliK country the town of
Sundy naturally has kiowii from a
nice little country hamlet to a protty
little elty In the past few years to
such an extent Unit the old "nioss
bncks" are struck with umim-ineiii.
wonder nnd scrutchlna; their Imck ol
inoNS IryliiK tinrd to bo pcnaimlHtlc
Sandy Is growing very fast, sud al
the rate It Is booming, wo wilt soon
have several thousand people lime ns
It Is centrally located In a rich and
prosperous count r jr. All roads of the
entire Sundy country for many miles
In extent, lead to Snmly. Stiiidy Is
,ho Knt0wn. fr ,,,,,; ,,,,, ,,
rnlrronds to Ihe nalurnl puss across
the mountains nnd for Mt. Hood,
Many little towns and summer resorts
surround Sandy, nil of which make
this their trading mlnt, hence the
rapid nnd substantial growth of our
town In the pnst two years.
The Sandy Land t omimny has op
ened tip nnd sold most nil of three
additions In town lots. f. Junker
laid out two additions which la mostly
nil sold. (Mt Melnlg Just platted town
lots which are mostly dlsHsed of.
Smith, Rotifer Compiiny of Portland,
h;is luld nut many acres Into (own
lots known ns Cedar Creek Park, and
has sold quite a few lota.
Mnny business men started In San
dy the past ttvo years. Two real es-
lato companies, two blacksmith shops,
two barber shops, to stores, two
telephone compunles, four lodges,
three churches, two schools, one bunk,
olio Imkrry, one butcher shop, one
confectionery and pool room, one
drug store, one Jewelry store, one doc
tor, two ahoemiikers, one harness
shop, ono dressmaker's shop, one mil-
littery parlor, one rooming bouse, one
livery barn, one photo gallery, and
20 new houses were constructed;
streets graded nnd many aldowulks
built and numerous other Improve-
ments have gone on. During the
coming year quite n few other new
business ventures will stnrl and mnny
new homes will be const incted. and
with the building of the Mt. Hood
Klectrlc Railway Into Sundy this will
no doubt doublu thu slzo of our town
Kept The King At Home.
"For tho pnst yenr we have kept the
King of nil laxatives Dr. King's Now
Mfo Pills In our home nnd they have
proved a blessing to nil our family,"
N. Y. Kasy but sure remedy for all
Stomach, Liver and Kidney troubles.
Only 25c lit Jones Drug Co.
J. V. Douglass, tin old and well
known resident of this place, died lust
Thursday morning, December 22, af
ter u lingering Illness. Deceased was
well liked by all who knew him. Ho
sides bis children, be leaves a wife,
several griindc hlldren nnd friends to
mourn his hiss. The funeral services
were conducted by tho Rev. Hrown.
of KHtnciida. Interment took place
Saturday In tho Gibson cemetery. A
large crowd of relatives nnd friends
followed the remains to their Inst rest
ing place. Wo extend our sympathy
to tho widow and children.
ICd Huntington had the misfortune
to ho kicked by a borne hero Inst
wcok, which rather disabled him, so
that It Is difficult for him to walk.
John Held nnd family, of Spring-
water, look dinner with dames Rlbsmi,
Saturday, also his daughter, Mra. Hen
ry Udell and family, took dinner Willi
Mr. nnd Mrs. A. W. Coolie wero In
tho neighborhood Saturday.
A sprained nulilo will usually dis
able the Injured person three or four
weeks. This Is due -to lack of proper
treatment. When Chamberlain's
Liniment Is applied n euro may be ef
fected In three or -four days. TIiIh
liniment Is ono of the best nnd most
rnmiirknhlo preparations In use. Sold
by nil dealers.
tiny Woodlo is building a barn for
Alfred Shirley Is fencing his 40 ac
res of land.
Mrs. Arthur Miller Is entertaining
Mrs. Ksson and children from Sandy,
Mrs. Alex Hens has gone to Port
land to vlnlt friends till ufter Now
Augustine Mlllor Is homo for tno
Mr. nnd Mrs. Roberts spent i nnsi
mns with their daughter, Mrs. Jarl, of
Helen Kcllt Is visiting with Mrs, o.
E. Full, of Ilarton. '
Jlnrrv Morrison wns out from Port
land to spend Christmas with tho
Mrs. Troxel hns boon visiting nor
sister, Mrs. Updegrave, the past week.
Mr. Udoll and family ate unrisimas
dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Wolf,
Tin Strugula Dlscouragal Many a Clt
lion of Oregon City.
Around nil day wlih mi nt-hlng hack;
Can't rest tit night ;
KiioiikIi to make any otm "give out."
Dunn's Kidney Pills will Rive re
They wilt rure the hitchnrho;
t'uro every kidney III,
Here la Oregon City pro if that this
Is so j
Joseph McDormott, Wnshlngton St.,
Oregtui City, Ore., anys: "I wns In butt
shape with kidney nnd bladder com
plaint. My bni-k was so hituu and
stiff Hint I could hardly get about and
It was all I could do la dress myself
on mining In thu morning, The kid
ney secretions were scant Slid tlio
pnssuge were too fro'iuent. After
inking the contents if a few boxes of
Donna Kidney Pills. wns restored
i. c r.
lo good health. During the pnst l
jrenrs 1 have hnd no cause
For anlo by all dealer.
New York, sola nkuiiU for tin
Remember the name ivmn'a and
take no oilier.
Ust of llllrluliued letters at lbs
Oregon City Postnfftcn for the week
ending liwemher 30:
Woman's list llrown, Amy; Jones,
Helena; Kennedy, Mnry IC. (2); Iaw
son, Mrs. (minora; Miller, Justin;
Moore, Mrs. Klhel; Price, Arietta;
Smith. Mrs. Karl; Williams, Mrs. J.
Men'i list Fleming, Harry; Foley,
F. J.; Ousklll. Will; tirern, J, C;
Hulqulst. It.; Jennings. W. M.; Kerr,
John; Kenlghl. Fred; May, It. W.;
Meehnm. W. K ; Nelson. O. W.: Pnl
hint. J. II. (2); Smlih. J. C: Smith.
C. (!.; Skellle. Pat 8.; Wliltcomli, HI
mer. TRY THIS.
Two Minute Cure for Cold In Head
It la Curing Thousands Dally, and
Savea Time and Money.
(iet a bowl three qunrler full of
boiling water, nnd n towel.
Pour Into tho water a tenspoonful
of HYO.MK1 (pronounced Hlgh-o-me).
Put your head over tno bowl and
cover both head and bowl with towel.
Urolith" tho vapor that arise for
two minutes, nnd presto! your hend
Is as clear ns a-bell, and tlio tight
ness In the chest Is gone.
Nothing llko It to brenk up n honvy
rold, cure sore throat or drive nwny
a cough. It's a pleasant cure. You'll
enjoy breathing Hvomel. You'll feel
at once Its scHitliltig, healing and ben
eficial effects at Is passes over tho
Inflamed ti ltd Irritated membrane. GO
cents n bottle, at druggists every
where. Ash Huntley llros. Co. for
extra botllo llyomel Inhnleiit.
1)1 A MUM l lUUmi IM I.I. S, lor Inx-ntT-flta
yenr rrt'iudnl n Ih-M.ttitlriit, Altvnys UrllnMe.
LOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS
Tiuia EVERYWHERE S
Everv Plumber .
has his specialty. Ours Is prompt nnd
satisfactory work. Nowhere In town
cun you find such liU'li grado goods,
first cIiihh workmanship and prompt
Burvlce combined with such
as we are now offering. All plumb
ers' supplies constantly on hand.
P. C. GADKE
Tinning, Hot Air Furnaces and
Hop Pipes. All Kinds of Job
bing and Spraying Material,
914 Main 8t, Phone 2654.
LADIKSI - r
.W ,..r lr.,l.t for Cltl Clll'.S-TItR'H A
MAMUNl) IIMAN'I) I'll.l.rt III Kho PIiiI
;m.r iiirinllii- boim, scaled with pliic(0
klhlxm. Tak hu omen. Ilnr f yr V
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