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OREGON CITY COURIER-HERALD, FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1899.
CLACKAMAS COUNTY NEWS
Mrs. Johnson and little daughter,
1 itely from Kansas, are visiting with
Mrs. W. Everheart. Mrs. Johnson is a
iatei of Mrs. J. Kverlieart, of Molalla.
A number from this burg are going to
inipatGladsli ne this season during
Mr. and Mis. Dearoif, of Portland,
were visiting the tatter's father, Mr.
Mrs. Henlait is talking of going 1 1 the
Miss Mertie Currin vhittd Mi Cum
min, of Shubel, Sunday.
Quite a number attended the New Era
amp meeting Sunday.
W. Curian sold his cow to J. Ever
hart last Sunday.
Mr. Frost is improving his property
by enclosing it with a new picket fence.
The Free Methodist d elimination
will have services at the Mt. View
July 17. S.
Hay is about all cut and is being put
aw ay as faet as it can le hauled in by
The M or men s have raid vitits and
preached in the Strickland, Ilolcomb
and hatchery tchool houses the lust
week, but with littie success.
Fred Hees and John Sprague were out
bike riding Sunday.
Our gardens need a little rain.
Sol Wheeler is working on the
rack at the hatchery.
We hear that the Orangemen .M
g in are on the end of the rope to
anyone that may come along.
Mr Bush, of Portland, was through
this vicinity contracting for ctdur poles
dr a telephone line between Oregon
City and Molalla.
Jacob Schilblmuer, of the battle ship
Oregon, was v titing friends here this
waek. He gave a graphic description
of the battle at Manila. C me again
J u 00.
Will White, of Antelope, is visiting
i.t Mr. Morey's this week. He Iiub im
proved in health.
Ida Cowluand Will Uayhun-t ma le a
Hying visit to Salem last week on their
Frank, what is the attraciio-i towards
.'ilaikaburg every Sunday?
The kind (jf timber in that window
illisllr. The smoothness of the wood
U caused by friction. "That's so, Hai
ry." Champion Unequal for Light Draft, Easy
Handling and Durability
IIkiulanu, Ohkgon, Nov. 8, 1S98.
Mitchell, Lewit A Slaver Co.,
Uvntmcmkn : I desire to offer this as
my testimonial in behalf of the 6-foot
Champion Binder and Bundle Carrier
purchased from you this year. For light
ness in draft and ease of operation, sim
plicity in construction and durability,
will say that no machine to my knowl
edge is its equal, nor near it. Having cut
150 acres of grain, the machine did not
ause me five minutes' delay, conse
quently not a cent (or repairs. All the
i hamnion machines put in my neigh-
I orhood have given equally good satis
Miction. In fact, I want no better ma
ihine than the Champion.
First and Taylor
; g- CHAMPION
Wild blackberries are nearly a failure
Spiing grain will not be a half crop
nlet-s it rains soon.
. Barberry peelers have quit, as the
price is so low that they cannot make
W. H. White is sawing wood for the
farmers this week with bis steam saw,
Mrs. Eliza Mattoon, of Iioseburg, is
visiting here this week. It has been
thirty years tince she was here. She is
a sister of G. J. Trullinger.
Edgar Ilcipler', of Currinsville, is is
iting his aunt, Lydia Wright, this
P. Wright and Edger Heiple made a
flying visit to Glad Tidings Sunday on
Silas Wright moved two laige graner
ies Itiht week and will now have them
together away from his barn.
Every bi dy is paying "Oh, I with it
would rain !
Some of our neighbors attended open
grange last Saturday. Ihey report a
good time and a splendid dinner.
Last Wednesday Mr. Spangler came
very near having a serious accident. He
was woiking cn the road and tied his
hon-eslo a rail fence, while he was eat
ing his dii ner, the horses let oming ex
cited and frightened started to run tak
ing two rails with them. One rail mis
ted Mrs. Spungler's liead by a hair's
breadth and two or three men jumped
jiHt in time to save themselves. Mr.
Spangler caught one of the rails and
held it until help arrived. He has con
cluded that rail fences don't mane good
A smart alec in shape of an agent
for enlarging pictures came .through this
community one day last week.
July 15. Sciioolmam.
L. W. Hobliins made a trip to Port
land the first of the week.
Wallace Albright and family, of Mar
quam, passed through our town, Sun
day. George Reese, formerly a resident of
thin place, is visiting friends here.
Grandma Barger of Linn county is vis
iting her daughter,' Mrs. Levi Bobbins.
The fishing reason has arrived, and
the angler, with his rod and basket, is
preparing for sport with the finny tribe.
W. A. Shaver and family, Maggie
Shaver, Zoa Shaver, and Ediff Robbies
m Eccentric Sprocket Wheel
on Binder attachment 16 2-3
per cent added power when bundle is
tiedand discharged. No choking on the
CHAMPION Force Feed Elevator
READ WHAT USERS
Cheerfully Recommends the
Highland, October 25, 1S98
Mitch-V, Lewii A-Slaver Co.,
Gkntlkmkn: The Champion Binder
bought of you the past season has given
mo good satisfaction, and am well pleas
ed with it. We can cut grain that anoth
er make of machine would not handle
All the farmers we cut for are more than
pleased with the work, and have promis
ed us their entire cutting tor another
year. Can cheerfully recommend the
New Champion Binder to my friends,
acquaintances, and fellow farmers who
expect to buy Binders in 1899.
for Catalogue and Hook full of letters
of Champion Binders and Mowers.
Lewis & Sta ver Co.
are camping i n the mountains for a few
' Ohas. Rutherford of Redland made a
business trip to our vicinity last week.
Hay harvest is in full blast, the yield
being heavy and of good quality.
Good, CM. 0 , jour letter contains
more solid truth than we have heard
for a coon's age. Come again.
. Grain harvest will soon be here; the
fall and winter grain shows a fine pros
pect, while the lato spring grain is not
Si crates seems to be having aishard
time finding Pat, the third member of
the famous trio, who has suddenly sunk
We are not responsible for Pat's pres
ent whereabouts but would suggest that
perhaps he has gone to Ireland to visit
July 17. Moonshine. ...
Rural Dell. :
The spring grain is needing more rain
Timothy grass is neatly ready to cut.
Albert Eyraan came heme last week
from Portland where he has been stay
ing for some time.
W. 8. Sconce and family were visiting
Mr. Mallet at Liberal last Sunday.
Louis Moshberger took a trip to Port
Cbas. Bigelow is p till in Portland and
his health is improving rapidly. He
now weighs 160 pounds.
Nellie Dixnn and Albert VanOleve of
Woodburn were guests of W. T. Dixon
and wife, Saturday and Sunday.
Seveal parties of fishermen parsed by,
Sunday, going toward the mountains.
The youngsters that., went to the Soda
Springs, Sunday, seemed to be quite
happy on their return in the evening.
The Bear Creek camp meeting begins
July 18. Jumbo.
Jos. Hariington is on the sick list this
Many faimers are busily engaged with
their hay, of Miliich there is an excellent
A goodly number of our citizens are
atnping at Gladstone, paik, and attend
ng the Chautauqua.
Lillian Beattie of Auburn, W ash., ar
rived Mon day evening on a visit to her
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Beat
Mrs. GMIett left on Monday morning
by way of Albany for an outing at the
coast near Newport. 1
L. Reed, the winner of the "Failing
prize in the Inter-Collegiate Oratorical
Contest at the state universby, came on
his wheel from Eug.-ne, Saturday, and
stayed until Monday with Gilbert Beat
tie of this place. Pko Tem.
Suits Oregon Farmers
Better than any Other
Keeps the inner end of Cutter
far clean in all conditions.
What in the world is the matter with
Sunshine and Tempest? I think Jack
Frost has got ashamed of his face these
warm days. I don't blame him ; do
Camp meeting will close next Sunday.
Don't forget the dance Saturday night,
boys and girls.
S. Wickham and daughter, of Eastern
Oregon, are visiting at the home of W.
G rover Frederick, who has b en on
the sick list the past few days, is able to
be out again. N.
Fine weather now for haying, and the
farmers aie improving the time getting
their hay put up.
G. N. Flynn is working for Ed Reve
nue, of Sandy.
Tom Stone made a flying trip to Cher
ryville, returning to Pleasant Home to
day. G. T. Beebe has a new hay rake.
Messrs. Tapp, EnderBby and Stafford
expect, to begin running their ties down
the Sandy river soon.
C. Harris has been on the sick list,
but is better now.
Campers are beginning tocome to the
Miss Alpha Ware ia visiting in Port
land. Miss Dora Ware is at Salmon, work
ing for Mrs. Embree. J. F.
The crops in this part of the country
are very much in nted of a shower of
The Macealees held their meeting
last Friday eve in place of Saturday, as
Children's Day was observed at the
Mutino grange the last meeting. A
splendid diuner was given, a fine pro
gram rendered and a large crowd pres
ent. Mis. Cbas. Carlisle and eon, Will, and
daughter, Edith, of Portland, were vit
iting Mr. and Mrs. J. Carlisle last week,
returning home Saturday.
Mrs. Oran Adkins, who has been very
low for two months, is (-lowly recov
ering. Her eister is alto lecovering.
Mrs. Fish, who has been very sick
with typhoid, is improving.
Airs. II. Perry and son, Lee, were do
ing business in Oregon City Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo Rauth,of Portland,
who have been visiting their parents,
returned home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Barger and family, of
Sacremenlo, have been visiting her eis
ter, Mrs. F. M. Manning, for two weeks,
and left last Thursday for an extended
visit at St. Helens.
Eil. Bowman is building a barn for
Mrs. M. Mulvey and son, Will, were
doing business in Oregon City last
Mr. Hamilton, of the Red Front
store, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Dr. R. Goucher, who has been to the
mines for a couple of weeks, returned
All the furmeis who are not working
ou the road are very busy with their
Mr, 0. T. Howard was doing business
in Portland Monday.
W. L. Mulvey attended camp meeting
at Can by Sunday.
E. Dodge, of Oregon City, is visiting
his daughter, Mrs. 1). Graves.
Mrs. Walter McCord, Miss Blanche
McCord and Frank Mulvaney weie the
guests of Miss Rosa Mulvaney, of
Miss Veva Jones was the guest of
Florence Daniels Sunday.
Quite a number of the young folks
from here attended the Liberal dancing
club Saturday evening.
July 18. N.
Anna Shoitlege returned last Sunday
from a two week's stay at Sellwood.
Alice Mautz visited friends in Port
laud last week.
Rhoda Newkirk of Logan was a guest
of Elsie M. Gibba last week, arriving on
Friday evening by way of a wood wagon
and returning to Oregon City, Monday
C. Mauts met with quite aloes by the
burning of his barn, Wednesday night
between ten and eleven o'clock.
Mr. Gibbs brought home his new bal
er, Friday morning. He set it up in the
afternoon, and on Saturday baled some
hay for Mr. Mman. All the women
folks went to watch them.
Hattie Roman went to town, Saturday
afternoon, to accompany her brother
home from work.
Mr. and Mrs. Niman went to Clarkes,
Thursday, for the purpose of purchasing
a horse from G. Bottemiller.
Mr. and Mrs. Bray ton attended the
Baptist Sunday school picnic at Glad
stone park, Friday.
Mrs. Niman and Miss Roman picked
berries at Mrs. Brayton's, Saturday.
We have the largest and best selected Hat De
partment in Oregon City. Our stock is immense, our
styles are many, our prices are right. All the newest
things in soft hats, black, brown, pearls, ash, maple, cedar,
otteo and nutria shades from $i to $3. Suppose you
look into this ?
Masonic Building, Main St. OREGON CITY
L. Mautz' tuggy horse was taken sick
early Sunday morning. ThiB misfortune
did not prevent his going across the
Mr. and Mrs. Waltemathe and son,
Henry, spent Sunday in town.
Air. and Mrs. Gerber visited Mr. and
Mrs. Gibbs, Sunday.
Some of cur boys indulge in ball play
ing on Sunday and occasionally get a
black eye. Be sure and dodge the ball
ntxt time, Ike.
Anna Shortlege dined with Hattie
Fred Walker took dinner with Courtie
Mr. and Mrs. Ware attended church
in town, Sunday.
Geo. Mautz and Geo. Niman, who
have been cutting wood for Mr. Duffy,
spent Sunday at their respective homes.
L. Newkirk and Ollie Mosher called
at Mr. Gibbs', Sunday evening.
A party of young folks consisting of ;
Hattie Roman, Rhoda Newkirk-, Annie
Mautz, Anna Shcrtlege, Elsie Gibbs,
Mersrs. Lawrence and Albert Mautz,
Courtie and Tommy Gibbs, Isaac Short
ledge and Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Cramer
spent Sunday afternoon very pleasantly
at the creek, boat riding, etc., and on
returning the party Bpent a half hour in
A. Maulz's lawn, swinging, lounging in
hammocks, buygy riding and cracking
Mr. Uibbs and crew are b ding hay for
John Lowery today.
Mies Hattie Roman and Mrs. Brayton
made a flying trip to the county seat to
dy. Berryii.g is the order of the day.
S. me of the girls of this place have be
come quite noted fortune tellers. Any
one desiring a peep into the future will
do well to write or call. Headquarters
at 11 and 12 Maple Lane avenue.
July 10. Pansy Blossom.
Continued from Page 6
88 John' Levelling, Springwater.
90 Mr Burr, Graham.
91 W Y Lewelling, Springwater.
94 Woodle & Dauchy, Portland
95 S F Lyons, Poitland.
96 Mrs Everhart and Mrs Hall, Ely.
97 Hallen & Harnden, Oregon City.
98 J L Cooley, Milwaukie.
99 Mrs H A Storey, Oregon City.
100 Ernest & Hall, Portland.
102 Edward Byrom, Tualatin, Mrs E A
Eddy, Edith Seckelmiere.
103 Minnie, Iva and Peail Harrington,
Highland ; Enna Benson, Cascade L.
104 Mrs J H Ralston and family. Willa.
lOo Millard Ayatt and family Willam.
106 Miss Isabella and Alice McArthur,
107 Mrs Sleeper.
108 Mrs J C Hare, Mrs J D Merrimen.
109 Miss Casto and brother, Carus.
110 Mrs Grace Holcomb, Clackamas,
Miss Lillte Street.
Ill S A Hughes, Hilsboro.
113 Prof Boland and family, Milwaukie,
115 G W Shank and family, Canbyj
Mrs M C Bissell, Mrs W Shank.
116 Geo Swope and family.
117 Mrs H E Harris, Miss Anna
Schreimer, O C.
118 B F Swope and fain O C
119 E S Craven, Newberg.
121 Prof Horner.
122 J G Hadley, Newberg.
124 Miss Douglas, Miss Jackson, Newb
126 Ella Welfh, A Welsh, Salem.
128 Mrs Statten and daughter, Ind.
129 Mrs Webb, Miss Grubb.
130 R L Harris, Dayton.
131 Miss Nellie Find ley, Louise Jones
132 Mrs Ida Courtney and daughters.
133 Nrs Mary Gilkey, Miss Ina Stillwell
135 J II Gilson and fam.
130 J N Lane, Portland.
137 O A Dearing. Port.
138 Mrs M A Blake, O C.
139 Mrs COT Williams, O C.
141 Rev S L Burrill and wife, Prosseu
HJ Mrs Hodgson, Maud Bales, Agda
and Anna Olson, Astoria.
145 W A Campbell, wife and daughter
J C Burnsule, Sellwood.
14b Delia Campbell, Elsie Saunders
Elsie Seaman, Mrs E H Baur, Sell
147 Mrs D A Graham, Charolette
148 Miss Harding, Forest Grove.
Waldon, Minta Harding, Oiegor
149 Mrs F T Griffith, Mrs T A Pope,
Hazel Pillsbury, Mrs Warner, Mt
150 Mrs M Harper, Mies Meldrum.
151 Mrs Potter.
152 Mrs C H Caufield.
153 H E Stephens.
154 Mrs O A Elliott, Earl Elliott, Povf
156 A C Strange, Miss Strange.
157 Joseph Hlbert and wife, Salem-..
158 Mr Iley. : .
159 Miss Bertha Ketche, Edna Purdy,
Marie Rockwell, Mrs Rockwell and,
160 J W Grnut and family, Miss Tate.
161 Prof Hawley, Salem
162 i( Parker and familv, Gladstone..
163 Wm Scott, McMmnville.
165 F E Donaldson, Oregon City.
166 John McGetchie and family, R Frey
tag ana tamiiy, uregon utty.
167 Mrs Geo Kidder and family, O. C
168 Prof J W Gray and family,
169 to 198 Headquarters.
190 Official headquarters.
192 M M Ringler and family, Portland
x M. C. A
193 Dr H W Kellogg, pastor Portland
M rJ church.
194 Salvation Army Captain Jackson
and familv, Portland.
A telegram was receive I from George-
. Harding Wednesday evening, dated
at San Francisco, stating that the Vol
unteers would be mustered out August
7th, and that the soldiers would receive
their pay en-route, and be disbanded af
ter reaching Portland. An important
meeting of the general committee will
beheld at the armory Saturday night
to arrange for the reception.
Miss Flora M. Moehnke. formerly of
Oreuon City, was married to Arthur V.
Uickey, of Honda on July 12th at the
Presbyterian church. After Bojourning: ;
the Hotel Stevens for a few davs. thev
moved into their new home at Columbia,
City, which was recently completed.
The bride was formerly postmistress at
wiiik, in tins countv. and has numer
ous friends here.
A wreck at sea is not the only olace
Where a life line is of importance.
I Here is a lite line for the sick, as well ns
for the drowning man. It is Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery. It is not a
cure-all, but it is a scientific medicine that
goes to the fountain head of a number of
serious and fatal diseases. When a man
Rets seriously sick, he can generally be
cured by the right course of treatment.
The treatment that cures many obstinate
chronic diseases consists of pure air, good
ioou, rational exercise, ana trie use 01 a
remedy that will strengthen the weak
stomach, correct the impaired digestion,
invigorate the liver and promote the as
similation of the live-giving elements of
the food. The "Golden Medical Discov
ery" accomplishes all these things.
't A young man lav pale and motionless upon
(what neighbors called) his dvina bed. Disease
of thelungs, liver complaint, kidney trouble, and.
pitunsy were lasi nasieumg mm lo tne grave.
The doctors had given him up to die. The
neighbors said, 'he cannot live.' 'Oh, I would
not care to die,' he snid, 'were It not for leaving
my dear wife and little child, but I know that I
must die.' A brother had presented him with,
three bottles of medicine, but he had no faith in
' patent medicines ' ; but, alter the doctors had,
gvien him np to die and he had banished every
nope of recovery, he said to his wife, ' dear wife,
I am going to die, there can be no harm now in
taking that medicine. I will begin its use at
once.' He did begin to use it and at first he
grew worse, but soon there came t change.
Slowly but surely he got better. To-day that
man is strong and healthy and he owes his life
to that medicine. What was the medicine? It
was Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, and
I, I.uther Martin, am the cured man. Dr.
Pierce, 1 thank you from the very depth of my
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comes from the usa
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Mrs. N. J. Bell, Box 60, University
Place, Omaha, Neb., writes : 'Every
head should be shampooed frequently
with this wholesome remedy."
After each shampoo, when the hair
Is thoroughly dry, the scalp should be
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