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OREGON CITY . COURIER-HERALD. JULY a).
SOUTH AND EAST
SOUTHERN PACIFIC CO.
Trains Leave Oregon City for Portland and
way stations at 8:24 A.M. and 6:03 p.m.
City of Mexico
New Orleans ,
New lork ..
, 5:00 P. M.
5:45 A. M.
7:52 A ,
1:20 P. H.
9:55 A. if.
Pullman and Tourist Cars on
Chair cars, Bacramtnto to Ogden and El Paso;
and tourist cars to Chicago, St. Louis, New
Orleans and Washington.
Connecting at San Francisco with several
Steamship Lines for Honolulu, Japan, China,
Philippics, Central and Sou'h America.
See E. L. Uoopenoabneb, agent at Oregon
City station, or address
C, H. MARKHAM, G. P. A.,
9:00 A. M.
6:25 P. M,
12:43 p. M.
The Dalles, Portland and Astoria
Strs. Regulator & Dalles City
Dally (exo pt SunJny) between
-. and Portland
Touching at way points on hoth sides of the
Both of the above steamers have been rebuilt
and are in excellent nhope for the season of l'.HJO
The ltetjuliitor Line will endeavor to give its
patrons the best service possible.
For Comfort, Economy and Pleasure
travel by the steamers of Tho Regulator
"The above tteimers leave Portland7a m.and
Dillesat 8 a. m.,and arrive at destinationln ample
time for outgoing trains.
Portland Office, The Dalles Office.
Oak St. Cock. Courtstreet.
A. C. AJXAWAY
' General Agon t
It's not a new variety of headache.
It's the old pain consequent on condi
tions which result from study, confine
ment, and careless eating. It is only
one symptom of a derangement of the
stomach and organs of digestion and
nutrition. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery cures headaches by curing the
diseases which cause them.
I was troubled with very frequent headaches,
often accompanied by severe vomiting," writes
Mira Mary Belle Siimmerton, of San Diego, Du
val Co.. Texas. " Bowels were Irregular, and my
stomach and liver seemed continually out oi
order. Often I could eat almost nothing, and
sometimes absolutely nothing, for twenty-four
hours at a time. I was entirely unfit for work,
and my whole system seemed so run-down that
I feared a severe sick spell and was very much
discouraged. I was advised to try Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery, and did so with such
satisfactory results that before finishing the
third bottle I felt perfectly able to undertake
the duties attending public school life, and con
tracted to do so. I most heartily advise those
Buffering with indigestion, and its attendant
evils, to give this great medicine a fair trial."
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets keep the
Far down the lane
A window pane
Shines mid the trees through night and rain;
The weeds are dense
Through which a fence ' .. .
Sprawls out, one sees not where nor whence.
And there the springhouse, Indistinct of line.
O'er roofed and tangled with a trumpet vine.
No thing ia heard,
No beast or bird, - - -
Only the rain by which are stirred
The draining leaves
And trickling eavea
Of crib and barn one scarce perceives, ,
And gardens where old fashioned Sav'n hang
The phlox, the candytuft and mignonette.
. , Why should I wait?
The hour is late; ,
She has not heard me at the gate.
Upon the root
The rain was proof
Against my hone's hurrying hoof.
And when the old gat with its weight and
Creaks she will think I t but the 'wind and rain.
Along I steal ' - ' ,
With cautious heel '
And by the lamp lit window kneel,
And there she sits
And rocks-and knits
Within the shadowy light that flits
; On face and hair, so sweetly sad and gray,
Dreaming o! him she thinks is far away.
Upon my cheJks
Is it the streaks
Of rain, as now the old porch creaks
Beneath my stride!
And open wide
The door flings, and she's at my side.
Dear mother! And, back from the war, her boy
Kisses her (ace all streaming wet with joy.
Madison Cawein in Harper's Bazar.
9:15 a. m.
Salt Lake, Denver, Fort
Worth, Omaha, Kansas
City, St. Louis, Chica
go and East.
9 p, m.
Salt Lake, De iver. Fort!
Worth, Omaha, Kansas
City, .St. Louis, Chicago
Walla Walla. Lewlston
St. Paul, Dnluth, Mil
waukee, Chicago and
4 p. m.
7 a. m.
Eureka Harness Oil Is the best
preservative of new leather
mid the best renovator 01 old
lutilur. It.oils, softens, black
ens und protects. Use
r Younff Bowen'o Contempt
For Army Errt Tape.
on your best harness, your old tiar
ueHs, uridyour currlasctop, and they
will tint itnlv liiiilr hutlur hnr. UMir
longer. Sold everywhere In cans all
Bizud iioiu halt pints to nve ganoiu.
Hade by STAND Alt!) OIL 10.
NOTICE ,OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Youug Clancy Rowrn brought to
New York fro:n his western home a
life equipment cf r.o much eut-rgy, com
bined with the unshakable belief that
It was easy cutiitKh to "do things" If
you only "got d:v.-;-'j c:i yov.r four legs
nnd exercised," that his friends, both
new and old. expert a great deal of
him. But they ir.r yet awhile no near
er dropping Hie objectionable Introduc
tion to his name limn ihoy were three
years ago, when Stowen had no better
sense than to spend n week of his pre
cious time In the altenipt. according to
a promise, to collect nn old nnd out
lawed debt from il viiflvhiug person In
the east for the hrr.iMlt of some one "at
home." Then end always they called
him "young.': (.Inly this winter be had
an experience which kIiouM have been
formative. It suinncd him, perhaps,
but be awoke uncliangcd.
Bowen's brother, a soldier in the reg
ular army, went to the front In 1898.
The stay at home, however, bore a
heavier burden of tbe distresses of the
campaign In Cuba than the one who
saw the battles. When he read In the
newspapers that the army was keenly
IB OTICE Is herehy given that the undcrsigucd
has heretofore and on the 13th day cf July,
1900, filed in the oflice of the county clerk pf
Clackamas county, slate. of Oregon, his final sc
couut as administrator of the estate of John
Wallace Graham, deceased, and that the Bon.
Thos. F. Kvan, judge of tbe county eonrt ot said
countv. has. bv an order duly entered, set the
4th day of September, a. d. 1900, at the hour of ; suffering tor rood while whole smpruis
io o'clock in the forenoon of caid day, as the j of stores remained untapped at anchor
All Sailing Sates subject
to change. I
For San Francisco Sail;
every 6 days.
10 p. m.
8 a. m
Ornron CIlv. Newbeig,
1:35 a. m.
4 p. m.
time for settlement of any objections that may
be filed In said court thereto and for (he settlement
of said final account.
MARION C. YOUNG,
Administrator of the estate of
John Wallace tirabam, deceased.,
Dated at Oregon City, Oregon, this 18th day of
July, A. D. 1900
Willamette and Yam
Oregon City, Dayton
3:30 n. m.
and r rl.
Portland to Cnrvallls
Rlparia to Lewiston.
4:30 p. m
In the circuit court of the state of Oregon for
the county of Clackamas.
sw aid Lange,
To Oswald Lange, Defendant above named :
In the name ot the state or Oregon, you are
hereby required to appear and answer the com
plaint filed against you in the above entitled suit
In the court above named on or before the 2lt
day of July, 19u0, whloh Is thii time prescribed In
tbe order for the publication ot, this summons;
and If you fall to so appear and answer, plaintiff
will apply to the court for the relief demanded
In the complaint namely: For a decree dl ssolv
n g the bonds of matrimony now existing be
tween plaintiff and defendant and for sucn other
and further relief as to the eonrt may seeai m ect
This summons Is published by order of the
Hon. Thomas A. McBride, Judge of the circuit
court of said oounty, made on the 6tb day of June,
1900. The date of first publication Is. June 8th,
1900; the last publication, July 20, 1900.
A. R. MENDENHALL,
Attorney for plaintiff.
If yon intend to take a trip East, ask
your agent to route you via The Great
Wabash, a modern and up-to-dale rail
road in every paitieniar.
Through trains front Chicago, Kansas
City, Omaha or St. Lonis to New York
and New England points. All trains
run via Niagara Falls and even through
train has frt-e reclinhg chair care,
sleeping and dininp cats.
Stopover allowed on all tickets at Ni
agara Falls. .
Robs C. Clisb,
Pacific Coast Pass. Agt.
Los Angeles, Cal.
C. S. Cbank, Gen'l.'Pass. Agt.
St. Lonis, Mo.
In the Circuit Court of the Stale of Oregon for
the Countv oi Clackamas ss:
Cyrus Penney, I
To Cyrus Penney, Defendants
Inquire at Conrier-Herald office.
1LOT In "Kansas City," Second ward; one lot
in Soatk Oregon City. '
fff ACRES of timber land on Alae
UU bay, Lincoln county.
J v ACRES of agricultural Una on A I sea
tU rlrer, Lincoln county, located a small
small distanee above tide water.
-f- O -S Powder, od the railroad, in Baker
euuniy; pail of Ibe tract can be irrigated; good
IX the name of the Btate of Oregon yon are here
by required to appear and answer ttie com
plaint filed against yon in the above entitled suit
pen or before the 11th day of August, 1900, that
being the lime prescribed in the order of publi
cation of this summons; and If you fall to appear
and answer said eomplalct, the plaintiff will ap
ply to the court for the relief therein prayed for,
to-wlt: A decree of dirorce from the bonds of
matrimony cow existing between yon and the
plaintiff, and that said bonds be forever dis
solved. This summon! Is publithed by order of the
above entitled court, made and entered the 12th
day of Julj-.UXX), and the date of first publication
is Friday, July 13, 1900, and the aaid publication
Is to run tlx consecutive weeks from the said
date. M. J. MACMAHOS,
. Attorney for Plaintiff.
Dated Oregon City, July 12, 1900.
a few miles off tbe beach, the young
man seethed with pent up Irritation
pent up until he had finished a scrap of
breakfast at his boarding bouse, where
there was no one but the landlady, nnd
she deaf, and found tbe ear of an ac
quaintance down town.
Say, what good are those generals?
They ain't fit to be pitching hay! Say,
I'd get a rope on to every one of those
ships, one by one, and haul 'em up on
shore, and I'd dump 'em out and fill up
the brave fellows fighting for their
country till they wag gorged!"
"You couldn't do that, or anything,
not If you was a general," said tbe
other. "Red tape." lie repeated the
last words decisively. "Red tape!"
"I'd ravel It all out!" cried Clancy
and hurried off. That was the man;
this Is the simple experience:
The brother came bnck from the war
not a bit the worse either for the fast
ing or the fighting, but the chance of
army life did not bring him within
reach of Clancy's arms for more than
a year. Then, after everything else
had been said, the soldier let fall the
Information that he had been obliged
to leave his extra clothing, together
with most of his worldly goods, at the
barracks In California when he was or
dered to the front and regretfully 'wish
ed be had them now. '
"Where did you put the things?"
asked Clancy, alive at once, ready to
take charge of the matter of getting
' "Captain told me to pack my stuff In
my company locker, and I did No. Go,
Benlcla barracks, Second Infantry
storehouse," rattled off the soldier.
"Well, all we have to do Is to write
out to the man, the Janitor, or what
you call 'era, who keeps care of tbe
building, and ask him to send your
duds along eb, as you have need of
'cm here. I'll fix It up for you."
"1 diinno," said the other hesitating
ly; "that wouldn't be quite right, you
writing the letter and all. , I'd tetter
ask my captain to write. He'll say
'communicate' to the chaps out west.
Then it'll all be reg'lar."
"Oh, well," Clancy sniffed; "that will
ilo, I s'pose. Is your captain a good
feller? Will he tend up to It sharp?
If not, you'd better let me"
green Inked bundle of paper, all pasted
together and. strung out with a pinned
copy of his letter to his captain, came
to the soldier. He brought the thing
to Clancy at the first opportunity.
"Snakes!" said the young man. "Is
that quite all? Conversational, ain't
It? Well, let's see. 'Respectfully for
warded, to the adjutant, Benlcla bar
racks, with request that a search be In
stituted for the purpose of finding the
clothing said to have been packed
way' That's from your captain, and
Ihey call It the first 'indorsement.'"
Clancy turned and twisted the vad of
papers about until he found what he
was looking for, then read:
" 'Second Indorsement. The box lock
er referred to was shipped, with all its
contents, to Fort Leavenworth, Kan.,
on Dec. 8, 1899,' and he says he knows
you might possibly get It If you ap
plied to the quartermaster at Fort
Leavenworth. That's good - news.
Course they haven't made It take any
more journeys since. Now yourMiap
tain takes a hand. He's respectful, but
he puts his paw right down. I see that,
'request that the contents be forward
ed as soon as practicable.'
" 'Fourth Indorsement. Respectfully
referred to the" quartermaster.' That's
at Leavenworth. , Now we're getting
warm. 'Fifth Indorsement. Respect
fully returned the adjutant, Fort
Leavenworth, Kansas,' he says. Well,
he's found your stuff sd wants 'au
thority to ship.' That's what we're
after. 'Sixth Indorsement. Respect
fully forwarded to the assistant ad
jutant general something or other de
partment of Missouri; requesting au
thority to forward.' Well, he just very
respectfully returns to the quartermas
ter up there, who' returns back to him,
and then he returns It to somebody
else, who tells 'the commanding officer'
, at Leavenworth that he can send you
j your old pants If he wants to, William,
I but he must be sure and send the pa
pers back." Clancy sighed seriously.
" 'Tenth Indorsement Fort Leaven
! worth, Kansas. Respectfully referred.'
: Oil, respectfully referred, to the quar
termaster for his Information and
' guidance. Want to save the wear and
I tear on the quartermaster's brains. Be
cheaper to buy you new duds, I should
say. Here's a few more. 'Eleventh
indorsement.' " Clancy paused, his
j brows knitting. "Oh, this Is good .stuff,"
he cried out. "It tells the story, all
of It. Listen:
j " 'Respectfully returned to the ad
jutant, Fort Leavenworth, Kan.,
, with the report that under authority
indorsed hereon and In conformity
with'-there's a lot of dates and re
quests that be has to conform to, but
he made out to pack your things in a
j box, and, William, they're a-coming.
; There's more Indorsements, though:
'Respectfully returned to Private Wil
liam Bowen, .; Inviting attention.' I
guess so! Have you got tbe goods,
J "No," said William. "I been reading
"And then the adjutant returns re
spectfully to you, but you don't get It,
and then tbe captain returns respect-
! fully to you, and you do get It, thir
teenth and fourteenth Indorsements,
good, and the box Is on the way."
Clancy, though abashed, became sar-
"Do you circulate a round robin be
fore they'll let you put on them pants?"
I And a few weeks later he had entire
ly recovered from tbe shock. Young
Clancy Bowen was himself again.
"You'd orter let me write out about
; your things," he said. New York Com
NEWS OF THE WEEK
Job Prbtisg it tiu
Far inert and Others.
When you visit Portland don't fail to
get yoor meals at the Royal Reetaoraut,
First and Madison. They serve an ex
cellent meal at a moderate price. Their
waiters and waitresses aim to please
everybody, and very seldom fail. Just
think 1 A good, square meal, with pud
ding and pie, 15 cent. Yon call and be
convinced that it is without doubt tbe
best place In the city.
Fires In Natal.
In Natal fire still continues to be one
of winter's perils. After months of
drought plantations become so much
tinder, and should by chance any field
take fire and a "hot wind" be blowing
the devastation wrought Is widespread
If not ruinous.
One "Black Monday" neatly 30 years
ago will long be memorable for the de
struction wreaked through two coun
ties by the ruthless fire fiend. "Fire
breaks" of trees or bare spaces combin
ed with vigilance In suppression have
greatly lessened tbe risks of conflagra
tion, but the dangers of grass fires will
long be a menace to the' tree planter
nnd pastorallst In the upper districts.
Natal has been described as a "vast
meadow." Its hills are clothed from
foot to brow with crisp and waving
grass. The latter orten overtops a
man's head. From the earliest record
ed times it has been the fashion, and a
wasteful, barbarous fashion It seems,
I to burn these luxuriant pastures.
A good whitewash Is made by put
tin c a niece nf lime weltrblns about five
1 pounds Hn a granite pan or bucket
. Pour on It a gallon of water, allow It to
boll and slack until the steaming Is
over; then take from this two quarts
of the liquid lime, put it In a wooden
or granite bucket and add sufficient
j water to make It rather thin. Add a
small amount of pure Indigo sufficient
to give It the proper color; add a tea-
spoonful of salt and balf a teaspoonful
'of Inmnhlnck: stir welL If VOU wish
uui, yuu u ueiicr rv , M - -
But tbe other Interrupted decidedly. It colored, add one of tbe colorings
wnicn can oe purcnaseu hi any urug
glst's, stating that It is to be used with
He would do things In tbe right way,
and It would be better In tbe end, be
Several months passed. Nothing was
heard from Benlcla barracks. Clancy
tried to make his brother "punch .up"
the captain. He even wrote a fevered
appeal himself to the man who, be
reckoned, must have taken away those
things and sold tbem, but the soldier
would not let tbe letter be mailed. Tbe
Corloalttea of the Alphabet.
' To those who have ntsver considered
the subjeet It might appear that each
letter is of equal importance In tbe for
mation of words, but tbe relative pro
portions required Id tbe English lan
guage are these: a, 80; b, 10; c, 30; d,
17; n, 64; 1, 80; J, 4;
WUUIU UVI Cl IUV scuta w "Jtisv. 120' f 25' g
oroiner. neV -put v r ' 8; , 40; m. 30; D, 80; O, 80; p. 17; q, 5;
tlon, for Clancy said be was ashamed
that one of his family should have 90
little "hustle" In him.
- "I tell yon If no use to do anything
bat wait" said tbe brother In bis stu
pid, firm way. And last week be was
proved right A red Inked. l!oe Inked,
r, 02; s, 80; t, 90; u, 34; t. 12; w, 20; x.
4; y,20; 1,2.
1 It la this knowledge of bow frequent
ly one letter Is used compared with oth
ers that enables cryptogram readers to
dd ravel many mysteries.
Friday, July 13.
Chinese news: Report that allied j
forces were delected eas of Pekin. I
European officers are eaid to be directing
Chinese forces. The United States gov
ernment is trying to communicate with
Mr.Coner through Minister Wu. Japan
will send 50,000 troops to China. Ru
mor is that 30,000 Ruesian troops are
coming down from the north
McKinley noiifli d at Canton of his re
nomination for president. Roosivelt
notified at Oyster Bay.
Trial of Caleb Powers in Kentucky
for implication in the killing of Goebel.
Boer news: Boers captured Kitrul'a
Neck with two guns of Royal artillery,
equadron of Scott's guards and five com
panies of Lincolnshire regiment. Losses
of British were numerous Both t's
plan is to capture Pretoria. Lord Rob
erts is iok.
Saturday, July 14.
J. M. Green.of Trenton, N. Y., elected
president of National Teai hers' Associa
tion' will remain at Canton. .
Cen.Nicli defeated the r l !s near Pekin
and relieved Prince Citing and General
Boer war news: Lincolnshire regimei.t
lost half ollicers with 200 casualties.
Briiian fells chagrined and it no re
alizes that end cf war is afar off.
Plot discovered in Paris to destroy the
(irand palace of the Champs Elysee,
A runaway freishttrain near Redding,
Cal. .smashed 30 cars of fruit ami part. of
train rihlO miles. '
Gold democrats will not put a ticket
in the Tield this year.
Sunday, July 15.
Chimso news: All the ' foreigners at.
Wan Chou have been landed safely at
Shanghai. Governors of Honan and
Shansi have issued proclamations favor
able to the Boxers. Cables to the C.ar
jetate that the liuseian minister at Pekin
was dragged through the streets by Box
ers and then thrown in 'kettle and boiled
to dea'h. His wile was tortured to
death. The radical press of Germany as
sert that the present trouble was caused
by German seizure of Kio Chou.
II. W. Corbett has announced himself
as candidate for U. S. senator from Ore-(5on-
. .-, , ' .
Coroner's jury find street car company
to blame for the sad accident on July
4th, when 43 were killed at Tacoma.
Monday, July 16.
Chinese news: Brisk fighting about
Pekin for past three d'lys. Over 1500
United States troops have gone to the
front. The government will take every
precaution against violence to Chinese in
tbit country. The legations were des
troyed July 7.
Wharf hands str'me in Portland.
A million dollar fire at Prescott, Ariz.,
The battle-ship Oregon is on her way
American athleteB won eight out of ten
games at Paris.
A demand for "more soldiers" is con
stantly,, coming to General McArtiiur
from eveiy part of the Philippine islands.
A 100,000 troops will be necessary to sub
due the islands. The present force is
not half large enough to garrison half the
The war department has ordered the
fifth infantry to Manila.
Tuesday. July 17.
Manila is now the counterfeiters'para
dise and they have a snap in making
American dollars out of Mexican dollars
and Mexican dollars out of baser met"!,
They also counterfeit our $5 bills.
A girl walked from San Francisco to
Michigan, 4700 miles, on a wager.
Another battalion of marines will go
to Manila from Boston, New Yark and
Washington. , -
Report that 10,000 Boers will locate in
the United Slates. -
One of Holland's submarine boats may
lie brought to Columbia river.
Ten thousand Boers are massing near
Pretoria, They have many guns and
a long front.
Chinese news: Shanghai and Che Foo
are threatened, and an attack on New
Chwang is imminent. More United
States troops will be sent as result of
cabinet meeting and McKinley has loft
for Washington. Admiral Segmour was
compelled to shoot America wounded to
prevent Chinese from getting and tortur
ing them. Twelve hundred men sailed
from Manila forTaku with hospital ship
and two transports. The Buffalo or
dered to Taku.
There is some talk of an extra sersion
I One hundred and forty longshoremen
Istttick in Portland. 1
Wednesday, July 18.
England will seize and hold Li Hung
Chang believing him to be In league with
Prince Tuan. Loss of allies in three
days was 800, the Russians and Japs suf
fering most. - Probably no while man
likes to tell story of Pekin horror.
The Cherokee Indiana oppose the cen
sus and refuse to be counted.
Forty LirdigneM and IOSnaUw cow
verts were massacred July fyHvt'TBj
Yuen Fu. The forts of Tien Tsin-awHJt
the hands of the allies.
At cabinet meeting tl was d cided tttatar
there was no need for aiiex:ru tessiorSv
congie8s. Secretary R'.ot' say. I2,0KV -troop"
can ie spared for China,
Farmer, Baoiness Man, ManufacUrtf '
and all others interested in Die w-4
fare and prosperity of ClackanMt- -
" tJiiunty :
At the earnest solic ialion of ihu State
Fa r management and believing. .JtliaW;
much good would accrue to this county
by thus advertising it, the Oregon- C'uy.t
and Olarkaiims Conn y Board or Trader
have undertaken to enter Clackanc
countv in the competitive exhibits at'.'
Bounties, f r the best display cf there-
sources of eieh, and to that en. I have-ap
pointed the undersigned .committee, to
take ehai.'P of t tie matter ol collecting ;
and arranging such an, exhibit. 'hv
comri'itlee is confident 'that if ; all "wises
are interes'ed will assist in making?
this exhibit such as it can. r
made, that we cannot fail oi putting
Clackamas county in the fiivt placiv.
where fch?. undoubtedly Iwlongs; tint; ti
do this, tho lieai tv co-o Deration and -
eislaiuw nf all will lie required ami tVat
is whalwe now solicit from you ii this,
matt -r. Tlie committee is willitig to do
ail that it is possil le ot its members- to
do, and to that end are anxious an?,
willing tocorrespimd and advise with C
in regard to anything that they inay haw- '
to advance that will tend t add to the
stirrers of thU exhibit, it is necessary'
to have specimens or exhibits ol all kindfp
of vegetables, grain, grasBe8,hoprf,lruit8.
berries, wools, mohair, teasels,, butter,
ch'iese, wftod, lloiv, meal, paper, PH'.
woolen goods, yarns, fancy, work of alC .
kinds, and in lact anything nnd every
thing that is grown, raited, . muite,.
gathered or inantifactnied in Clackamas -county.
Prepare these epeciii'cns or (
hibits and either bring cr send then to
Oregon Oitv iii care of Jiiil;tt Kyav
chairman ol this committee, or if inur
convenient trive them in charge oh aw?
member of th'B committee, who will he.
nleased to look after them. Witf tack. ,
specimen or exhibit send yur (?nwt,
with name and address, name and ymv--ely
of article" and other information rt
garding the exhibit that you may dnent.
of interest, so that you and the eeetw.
oi the coni.ty where thu same is raiwtf -or
manufactured may have proper credir
The committee most earnestly solicits
and requests the advjee, assistance-anil
co-operation of every inhabitant oft lit
county in. this work. Do not bt Kitaie t
send your specimens orexnuitb,i)ecavj
yo i think others will send the same t
tide, but send yoms anvway.
Trusting that our appeal will iutr
in vain, but will meet with such a re
sponse a will insure success.
We are respectfully,.
Thos. F. IlYAM.Oregon City,.
O.W.EAsTiuM.O.egon Uityj . .
E. E. Chakman, Oregon City, ,
Rioiiakd Scott, Milwaukie,
James Tr.cv, Logan.
The Donah Hid Dlncovurco.'
That truth is stranger than fictttmt -'
illustrated by tho following truo elarji.
relates tho Lapeer Press: About Hf. ,
years ago n boy was kicked by n homer.
The physician attending the oaBfr fouiu2
his skull was broken, aud a- goodvsFiurc.-:
of his brains had leaked out. ThiniiSim;,-
to do the best be could and knowing- bj ;
would not do to leave the place vaenac
tbe doctor took buckwbwt flonr, tu l
junking a thick batter, trephined1 tftr
sknll and filled tbe cavity. Thar hot'
lived aud grew to be a niau, weighs 35
pounds and is 1 smart as niunt" rncoxt
Living not far from Oakwood, he-Uioew
business iuSLapenr qtiito ol ton ante trj
all right, only once in awuilu that ouob-
wheat batter will rise, and then ho- is
daft for a time. Dr. William KoHStuwnt.
who died in this city, did the surKiaP
Princess Pauline Mottcrnich,
famous wife of tho Austrian embaRsatStxij
to Paris under the second eiupiwi
threatens a book of memoirs. At ttuu
the book publishers are agog. FrotwtKj'
nobody in Enrope could furnish, a Jive-
lior talo of conrt intrigue, elegant 3b
sipation and aesthetic recklessness.. Cti
now conies the disheartening aunotins?
merit that the princess is a most) nioa J
person, possessing to a largo dogtse
true lady's capacity for silence. Ttai
has knocked all speculative chances !
the book as high as a kite. 1
She Love Clilldreu.
The ex-quq"n of Hanover, who
companled her hnsband, tho blimtkind
of Hanover, into exile aftor ho lost. bad
kingdom through the war with Prasn.bf
in 1806, now resides in the Villa TlwuM
at Gmunden, in upper Austria, witiunl
a few minutes' drive of Schloss Gnirm
den, the residence of her soaj. the tots
of Cumberland. Like Qneeh Vic tori
Lhe delights in the society of young pe4
pie, which perhaps accounts foi tta
small ravages time has made opon hmrd
health and vivacity until yery recently
Not long ago she celebrated her eit3
tieth birthday. '
thin blood, weak Inner junl
paleness. You have, therm fa 1.
hot weather as welt as irt oII- N
SCOTTS EMULSTOIf (nte&4
tnem in summer as In whiten. i
It Is creamy looking and pteasr & ?
ant tasting;. Jr
foe. Dd 1 m 1 all dran&Ut... -
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