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OREGON CITY COURIER-HERALD. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1901.
He Ml Girl
NEWS OF THE WEE I
SOUTH AND EAST
Trains leave Oregon City for Portland at 1 :00 and
U;2'2a. and 0;80 P. M.
City of Mexico
5:00 P. M
6:15 a. M.
7:52 A M,
9:65 A. M,':
4:00 B. M.
12 43 P. M.
9:80 A. M.
9:55 a. M.
12:43 P. M.
Pullman and Tourist Cars on both trains.
Chair oars, Saorumento to Ogdin and El Paso;
and tourist c:irs to Chicago, St. Louis, New
Or leans and Washington.
Connecting at Son Francisco with soveral
Steamship Lines for Honolulu, Japan, China,
Philippines! Central and Bouih America.
Bee E. L. HooPKNQAnNBB, agent at Oregon
City station, or address
C. H. MARKHAM, 6. P. A.,
The Dalles, Portland and Astoria
Strs. Regulator & Dalles City
Daily (exoept Sunday) between
Touching at wav poinls on both Bides of the
Bnth of the above stoamers have been rebnll
and are in xoelleut Bhape for the season of WOO
l lie Regulator Lion will endeavor to give its
patrons tuo best service possible;
For Comfort, Economy and Pleasure
travel by the steamers of The Regulator
The above steamers leave Portland 7 a m. and
Dallesatsa. m.,aud arrive at destination in ample
time for outgoing trains.
Portland Ollice, The Dallos Office
Oak St. Dock. Courtstreet.
A. C. AI.IAWAY
"Best of Everything"
In a woid tliis tells of the pass
enger service via,
THE NOaTH.WESTERN LINE
8 Trains Daily between St, Paul
and Chicago comprising:
The Latest Pullman Sleepers
Peerless Dining Cars
Library and Observation Cars
Free Reclining Chair Cars
The 20th Century Train "THE
NORTH-WESTERN LIMITED" runs
every day of the year.
The Finest Train in the World
Electric Lighted Steam Heated
To Chicago by Daylight. N
The Badger State Express, the finest day
train running between Chicago via.
the Short Line.
Connections from the west made via
The Northern Pacific,
and Canadian Pacific Bye.
This is also one of the best lines between
Omaha, St. Paul and Minneapolis
All aeents sell tickets via "The North-
W. H. MEAD. H
148 Alder St., Portland, Oregon.
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned
has been duly appointed by the county court, of
the state of Oregon, for Clackamas county, ex
ecutor for the estate of Leonora Elizabeth Lacey,
deceased. All persons having olaims against
said estate are hereby required to present the
same to me properly verified, as required by law,
at Springwater, Oregon, or to my attorney, Rob
ert A, Miller, at Oregon City, Oregon, within six
months from date hereof.
Albest Lacey, .
Executor of the estate of
Leonora Elizabeth Lacey, deceased.
Dated this 31st day of January, 1901
In the circuit court of the state of Oregon for
the county of Clackamas.
Thomas J. Osl.urn, 1
To Thomas J. Osburn, Defendant :
In the name of the state of Oregon, yoa are
hereby required to appear and answer the com
plaint iileil against you ill the above entitled
suit on or before the lt day of March, 1901,
' that being the time present,, in order of p uh
cation of this summons; and if you fail to appear
and answer said complaint, the plaintiff will ap
ply to the court for the relief theiciu prayed for,
to-wi'.: A decr.e of divoros frjm the bonds of
matrimony now exiMiig between you and the
plaintiff and lor other relief prayed for iu the
This summons is published by order of Hon.
Tlinnuia K. Kyan, Coiwty Jul,") of mil comity,
made 111 d MiMd ib 1 of January, l'.Ol,
and the dufe of the first publication is Friday,
January is, 1W1, and the said publication is to
run iXjCi!i.eui:ve .weeks fr.im the said date.
I M. J. JlAt.MAIION,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Dated at Oregon City, Jan. 11, l'JOl.
Farm for Sale.
1Q miles south of Oregon City, 3 miles south of
Molalla. Known as trie Teasel farm. Contain
ing 310 acres, HO fta: clear plow land: 40 acres
In ereek bottom: 100 acres, upland; 7 acres, or
chard. All well watered and fenced with stake
and 1 ire fence, and drained with stone and tile
ditches; good buildings. W) rods from school
house; 115 rods from church; good location for
taking rock to mountaius Price ISOOO, 11000
' down, balance to suit at per cent interest.
For further particulars apply on farm lo
A. J. Sawtxxl,
mm Union Pacific
8 p. m.
All Sailing Dates subject
4 p. m.
For San Kniin.isio Sail
every 5 days.
8 p. m.
10 p. ni.
8 n. m
4.30 p. m
Oregon City, Newbe;g, Ex. Sunday
Willamette and Yam
Oregon City, Dayton
7 a. m
3:30 p. m.
Portland to Corvallls
4:30 p m
8:40 a. ra.
Rlparia to Lewistou.
A.L.CKAIG, G, P A.,
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for
th9 County of Clackamas. '
Mable Sollnsky, Plaintiff,
William H. Sollnsky, Defendant.
To William H. Soliusky, Defcndanj.
In the name of the State of Oregon, you are
hereby required to appearand answer the com
plaint filed against you in the above entitled
suit, in the above entitled court, on or before the
1st day of March, A. D , l'JOl, the Bald last men
tioned date being the last day of the time pre
scribed by the court in the order for service of
this summons upon you, by publication thereof,
and if you so fail to appear and answer, in this
suit, on or before tho said 1st dy of March, A,
D., lt'01, for want thereof, the plaintiff will 'Oly
to the Court forllin nli j( de.n tnded in the jaid
Complaint, to wit: That tho bonds of matrimony
heretofore anil now existing between you and
the said plaintiff, ha disolved: That tho plain
till' have the care, custody and control of child;
that the plaintiff have the decree of the Court
against you for the oosts and disbursements of
this suit, and for such other and farther relief as
to equity may seem Just, The defendant is here
by further notified that this summons is served
upon him by publication thereof, b, virtue of an
order made in this suit by the Hon. Thomas F.
Ityan, Judge of the County Court of the State of
Oregon for Clackamas County, on the 14th day of
Jan., A. D. 1901, ordering and directing that this
Summons be served upon you, the above named
defendant by publication thereof la the Courier
Herald, a newspaper published in Oregon City,
County of Clackamas, State of Oregon, and of
general circulation in said City, Connty and Slate
for a period of sixsuocessive weeks from the first
publication of this Summons, the date of the first
publication of this summons, Being the 18th day
of January, A. D 1901.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for
the County of Clackamas.
Ellen A. Farnham, 1
Willis J. Farnham, I
To Willis J. Farnham, Defenc ant:
In the name of the State Of Oregon you are
hereby required to appear and answer to the com
plaint filed against you in the above entitled suit
on or before the 29th day of March, 1901, that be
ing the time precribed In the order for publica
tion of this summons the date of the first publi
cation of this summons being on the loth day of
February, 1001: and if you fall to sa appear and
answer, the plaintiff herein will apply to the said
court for the relief prayed fjrinthe complaint;
to-wit, a judgment against you aud a decree dis
solving the marriage contract now existing be
tween you and the plaintiff, and for the custody
and control of the two children, and for such
other relief prayed for in the complaint herein.
This summons is published by order of the
Hon. T. F. Ryan, Judge of the Comity Court of
the Slate of Oregon, for Clackamas County, dated
aud entered on the lltl) day of February 1001.
T. F. COWING,
Attorney for Plaintiff
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for
the County of Clackamas.
I Bertha Olson,
To Bertha Olson, Defendant:
IN tho name of the state of Oregon, you are
hereby required to appear nd answer the
j complaint filed aguinst you In the above en
titled suit 011 or before the 20th day of,March,l!01,
j and if you fail to appear and answer said coin-
I piano, oie i"u,u'-iu, win appiy 10 me
court for the ri iief therein prayed f r,
to-v.it: a decree uf divorce from the bonds of
matrimony now existing between you and
This summons Is published by order of Hon.
Thurais F. Kyan, County Judge of said county,
made and entered the lt'lh day of January, 1U01,
and the date of the first publication is Friday,
January 2oih, 1901, and the said publication is to
run six consecutive weeks from the said date.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Dated at Oregon City, Jannary 25th, 1902.
fp-Job Printing at the
Is the type of the modern woman at her
healthiest and best. She walks with an
easy grace. She is a picture of perfect
womanhood in the springtime of life.
But generally the golf club is laid aside
with marriage. A physical languor op
presses . tne once
athletic girl. Ex
ercise makes ner
back ache. She
tires easily. Usually
she accepts this con
dition as a natural
thing, but it is un
should add to wom
an's happiness, rath
er than subtract
from it. If women
understood how in
timately the general
health is related to
the local health of
the womanly organs,
they would appreci
ate the fact that
there is no need to
suffer from weak
ness and backache.
The use of Doctor
weak women strong,
sick women well.
It regulates the per
iods, heals inflam
mation and ulcera
tion, cures female
weakness, and puts
the body in a condition of sound health.
Mrs. H. A. Alsbrook, of Austin, Lonoke Co.,
Ark., writes: " After five months of great suf
fering with female weakness I write for the
benefit of other sufferers from the same afflic
tion. I doctored with our family physician with
out any good results, so my huBband urged rae
to try Dr. Pierce's medicines which I did, with
wonderful results. I am completely cured. I
took four bottles of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre
scription, four of his 'Golden Medical Discov
ery' and two viala of his ' Pleasant Pellets.' "
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure con
stipation and its consequences.
New Legislative Lawn.
11II.LS PASSED BOTH HOUSKS.
Daly New school code
Committee' Booth's pi in for assess
tin nt and apportionment of taxes.
Charter bills Albany, Grants Pass,
St Paul, I'.nlteville, -iianite, Prairie
City, Otqiilie, Oot'sge Grove, Bonanza,
Lone Lock, John Day, Pendleton, Con
don, Joseph. Glenelale.
BILLS SIGNED BY THE GOVERNOR.
Whiti ej Amending Albany bridge
Birred Providing for the establish
ment of public libraries.
Nichols Appropriating $45,000 for
Oregon Agricultural Colletre.
llarriH Appropriating $47,5UU to Ure-
pon Male University.
Huberts tor payment ol sea p bounty
Committee Appropriating money for
legislative expenses and deficiencies.
Storv Relative to Portland tax levy
Pearce Relinquishing ground to U.
S. for postoflice at Salem.
Mulkey To reduce interest on school
Brownell Exemption earnings of judg'
ment debtors from execution.
Masters Fixing fees of Iwitnesses in
Douglas, Jackson and Josephine coun
Brownell To pay expenses of Indian
war veterans to Washington.
Brownell To submit initiative and
Smith of Multnomah Removing in
cline at Cascade Locks.
Sweek To authorize Portland to levy
a special tax.
lncorporalbn acts for the following
places: Roseburg, Oanyonville, Silver
ton, Elgin, Sommerville, Baker City,
Antelope, Dallas. Sumpter, Myrtle
Point, Medfotd, Sheridan, St ay ton,
Heppner, Whitney, Mitchell, Falls
City, Warrenton, Lebanon, Vale, Salem,
Ashland, Oakland, Tillamook City (H.
B. ), Tillamook City (137), Enterprise,
Vernonia, Aikali, Burns, Newberg,
Burns, Nehalem, Bay City.
LAW WITHOUT GOVERNOR'S SIGSATURK.
To prohibit barbering
state fair grounds.
to licenses on
Estate of Geo. W. Lee, deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the undersigned, R
L. Kin go, executor of the estate or said George W
Lee, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons
having claims against the estate of said George
W. Lee, dedeased, and against the said George W,
Lee, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers,
within tlx months after the first publication
of tli ib notice, to me, the said executor, at the of
fbe of my atteirneijs, U'Ucn At Schuobel In the
EnteprlBe building, at Oregon City, in Clacka
mas county, Oregon. First publication of this no
tice ; Friday, February 22, l'JOl.
R. L. RINGO, Executor.
U'ukN & Schiehel, Attorneys.
COMMENCING FEB. 25
A dollar show at popular prices
Supported by her excellent
company in a repertoire of
A Woman's Power,
The War of Wealth,
The Country Girl,
The Ugly Duckling,
A Sheaf of Arrows,
Little Lord Fauntleroy.
BAND CONCERT DAILY
Friday, Feb. 15.
Colonel Raisseur, commander-in-chief
ot the Grand Army, charges Pres'. Mc
Kinle' and congressmen, members f
the G, A., with bi-inti unfaithful to the
onler. Raisseur wants still burger pen
Butcher Weyler kept MadTid quiet
with martial law while Prince Charles
of Bourbon got married to Marin de las
Mercedes de Bourbon y Hapsburg, Prin
cess of Austurias.
According to John Redmond, the 80 1
Irish members of parliament will pre
sent a solid front against tho new king.
Saturday, Feb. 16.
Sixty-five men have been entombed in
the shaft of a coal mine on Vancouver
Times are hard in Spain ; poverty has
been increasing and the kingdom has
been tending toward rebellion.
Near Genessee, Idaho, two farmers,
Ivor Larson, aged 50, and Ole OtnesB,
aged 78, hung themselves in barns, the
latter in the barn of the former.
Sunday, Feb. 17.
The countervailing duties which See.
Gage placed on Russian sugar, in obe
dience to the command of the sugar
trust, have caused Russia to raise import
duties on American goods 50 per cent.
The president will call an extra session
of congress to consider the Cuban consti
tution. A. Rosb, cashier of the Hong Kong
Bank at Manila, thoroughly roasts the
American Philippine regime in the col
umns of the South Australian. Regisler.
At Ontario, Or., the c61d is killing the
' Hanna's ship-eubsidy bill has been
The London Statist says the Ameri
cans should urge thescientific reform of
their, whole currency and banking sys
tem. At Pittsburg 150,000 men may go out
on a strike,
Leading members of the New York le
gislature he.ve formed a lobby trust
which absolutely controls legislation.
The expense of army, navy and pen
sions, for this session of congress, is
$398,000,000, more than the annual mili
tary bills of France and Germany com
bined. The Australian government has or
dered 17,000 tons of steel rails from the
Illinois Steel Company.
The reports from Boer land are many
and conflicting. The Boers of Stellen
bosch declare that the queen's death has
absolved them from their allegiance to
England and will join the Afrikanders
in the demand" for an independent Africa
StellenboBch is but a f jw miles from
Cape Town, where there is a strong force
Monday, Feb. 18.
It is reported in London that the
king is suffering from an internal com
plaint similar to that to which the Duke
of Edinburgh succumbed and which is
siowly killing the Empress Frederick."
The people rf Germany are tired of
the Chinese war and hate England on
account of the Boer war.
A heavy fall of snow in the Eternal
If the Boers can succeed in stopping
train service in South Africa for several
weeks (at Cape Town it has stopped), the
British in the Transvaal and the Orange
Free State will be in a worse plight than
was Napoleon on the retreat from Mos
cow. Cape Colony is three times as large as
Oregon and contains a halt million more
people than the two Boer republics com
bined. An uprising throughout Cape
Colony will therefore be most menac
ing to England.
An officer returned fiom the South Af
rican war writes in bitter language in
the Perth (West Australia)Morn!ng Her
ald of the cruel manner in which the
British make war on Boer women and
children. He eaysin his letter: "Did we
Australians go across the ocean to cairy
on such warfare as burning the homes of
women and children to the glory of the
British world-power? May the mother
country wash her own dirty linen."
Tuesday, Feb. 19.
Russia is shipping three regiments
from Vlailivostock to China
By resolution of the general assembly
of .s'orth Carolina, Chief Justice I). M.
Furchcs and Associate Justice Robert M
Douglas of the state supreme court, have
been impeached before the bur of the
General Chaffee In not sciscpte.! the
proposal of Count Von Waldnrsce to m -company
him on a loflier expedition of
murder and robbery in the interior of
Up the December there had Wen 19,
101 caees of typhoid fever In the British
African army of whom 4233 died.
The British government lias purchas
ed for the African army 185,003 horses.
George Lynch, an English war corres
pondent in China, takes the Germans to
task lor their brutality and the mission
aries for their robberies.
At Staten Island, N. Y,, Carnegie will
establish' the biggest ehipyaid in ti e
The Colli- P. ijuntingtoii esltite turns
out to brt worth $80,000,000.
The American Bridge Company 1ms
secured a contract fur steel bricUe-s for
the Uganda (East Africa) Railway at
$51.50 per ton, being U25 per ton lees
than lowest English bid. Yet there is
$7.84 per ton import duty on steel ra'ls.
Dining a raid on the saloon of John
Hudson at Millwood, Kan., his wife was
instantly shot and killed, the top tf her
head being blown off.
Von Waldersee's expedition to Sian
Fu will comprise 15.000 British, Ger.
mans, Italians and French. Tlie work
of the soldiers wi 1 consist of robbing
Chinamen and outraging and kilting
their wives arid daughters, and other si
milar du'ies becoming Soldiers of the
Smallpox epidemic in Seattle.
Another great strike is impending in
the Pennsylvania coal region because
President Mitchell will demand for the
miners an advance of 10 per cent in
Wednesday, Feb. 20.
Chicago capitalists will fight the sugar
trust with a million-dollar sugar-beet
The Belgian king is the secret promot
er of a gigantic international trust of
capitalisis for the exploitation of China.
The Boers derailed a supply train on
the Vereeniging-Johanneshuig railroad.
DeWet is moving northward, being weBt
In 1890 the exports of the United States
s mounted to $857,502,548: in 1900 to
The Genesee National Savings and
Loan Association bank, at Roc!. ester, N.
Y., failed. Liabilities $200,000.
The American Steel & Wire Co. pur
chased for $5,030,000 the American S.
Co.'s fleet of lake steamers for carrying
ore from the mines to the works.
For five mouths' illegal imprisonment,
H. C. Bullis, an American engineer, de
mands $50,000 from the Venezuelan
Thursday, Feb. 21.
In a speech at iydenberg, Schalk
berger, acting president of the Trans
vaal, urged the burghers to surrender as
their cause was hopeless.
The worBt blizzard ever known in the
region of Cory, Pa.
The Cuban constitutional convention
rejects and resents American suggestions
or interference. ,
There is a great decrease in tho num
ber of young men studying for the min
istry in Presbyterian seminaries.
Last week 6,000,000 pounds of wool
were sold in Boston.
One hundred miles north from Van
couver, B. C, an earthquake shoved a
mountain top down Into the sea.
The Dutch government is strongly for
tifying the harbor of Batavia, E. India.
Turbulence in the Austrian Reichstag
compelled the president to close the ses
An American-Russian syndicate has
been formed to exploit mines and build
For assaulting a 12-year-old girl, Piet
Borryman, a negro, was hanged to a
limb at Mena, Ark.
The opinion seems to prevail in high
official circles that Chinese diplomatic
finesse will head off Von Waldersee's
The people of Topeka, Kan., are deter
mined to lynch Stick Slater for assault
ing 17-year old Lottie Gerberick.
A train was derailed by the Boers near
Jalbosch and looted by natives. Since
February 6 nothing has been heard of
the English force of 25;)0 under Smith
Dorrien. At Klip River the B )ors do
r tiled a train and looted it. Iu returning
to Pretoria by rail, Kitchener barely es
caped capture. Prest Kruger contem
plates returning to Africa.
French sugar manufacturers are form
ing a trust.
A French syndicate hat off s red to lend
$35,000,001 to Venezuela to fund her na
tional debt. .
The bubonic fever is rm'iu,' tlie En
glish army in Africa.
The Ifeweu Wanker.
The Dewey walier does away entirely
with the wti-iitut'd and rim be easily
operated while silting down, In three
miniiti-H the iiiiii liine v ill wash a tub
full of clothes I giiarantei) tlie Dewey
winb'-r ih (1 ' ail 1 chtim Onl'os by
itoid tviil ret eive prompt utl'jtitoti. Ad
(iien.1 me at Orejou Oi' y.
W. 11. hTONKIIACKKK,
Am-iit (or Clackamas county..
AH persons knowing themselves in
debted to the undersigned, will please
call and settle at once, a I do not de
sire to make any trouble in the matter.
My wire, Mrs. Phemia Petitt, has left
my bed and board, and I hereby give no
tice that I will not stand good for ai y
bill that she may contract.
Chabi.es Petit r,
Feb. 20, 1901. Oregon City, Or.
Harding Block, 0r9gon City.:
Pound Dried Peaches -10
Pound Italian Prunes
3 Cans Tomatoes pr Con;
Can Red Salmon-
4 Pounds Japan Rice --
25 Cents .
6 Pounds Black Figs
We handle a full line of
. J. A. McGLASHAN, Manager
Stores Oregon City and Portland
Letjisla ive Hold- Ups.
BrJwneH's bill for a constitutional '!
convention is receiving cold adverse -comment
on all sides.
BrownelPs bill exempting judgment "'
debtors with families from execution as -against
80 days' wages, is now a law. .
Tlie governor, also has Bigned tho Bar-
reU bill providing that school district
may have and pay for school libraries,-
if so desired.
(Inly two democrats voted forthn3-cent
rail, ad mileage hill, Hedges of Ctacfea- -mas,
and W, E. Grace, of Baker Oily, a
brother of G. W.Grace.
A bill has passed the senate amend
ing the presttnt road supervisor election
law, m iking it optiouary with county "
courts whether road supervisors shall be -elected
or appointed. Brownell opposed
the bill as it took the power of election .
out of the hands of the people.
All the direc, primary election bills - ,
have practically been thrown overboard,
although one may be passed to apply?
Multnomah county alone.
Browiiell's bill for the election oi dis
trict assessors failed to pass the sonata.
When -the matter of reducing ra'l--road
fares was before the hcuso Gil bert
L lU'dtfes, the democratic member from
Clackamas county said : " Mr. Speaker: '
We are lire as a sovereign bodv. We
are not here to listen 'to evidence and
then enact lawB We are not here to b.
hullilii.tid or menaced."
In yesterday's Oregouian Joint Rop--reentalivo
Dresser is asked to explain,--why
he pledged -himself in writing to -vote
for Oorbdtt in order to secure the
nomination, then went back on hi
The senate on Tuesday night passed? -senate
bill 237. The measure makes it a .
crime for any person, firm or corpora-"
tion to construct a railroad track at -grade
across the tracks of another corn
pany, except'at points within the owr--porate
limits of cities, and provides how
suits in equity may be begun to enjoin'
any attempt ttrcross the tracks of another '
company. A lobby has appeared here
to protest against the passage of the -measure,
on the ground, as they say,,
that it is designed solely to prevent the
extensionl of the Oregon City & South
ern Railway from building from Oregon
City south Into the Willamette valley.
Th space between the bluff and the-
river at and near Oregon City is quite
narrow, and it is claimed by the pro
moters of the projected railway that they
cannot raise their tracks the necessary
20 feet or lower them in a tunnel, be
cause it is a physical impossibility..
11E1 URN OF THE SUlltLEY&'
Thla Popular Company to PUiyi,-
an engagement at SUlvelj H Next'
The announcement of the return of
this popular company to Oregon City
will be hailed with delight by the local'5
amusement lovers, Miss Shirley and
her excellent coTipiny need no intro-
duction to the readets of this paper.;
The clever work of this company in the
past is too , well remembored hero tor '
This yetr, the comp iny comos to us,,
stronger and bettar than ever, with a
repertoire including tho latest New
York successes and some notable re
vivals, which are being given. Suchv
productions wore never before attempted
by a traveling company. Next Monday
evening the engagement will open with,
a production of Ultie Ellsler' greatest
success, "A Woman's Power." The
play itself is an English society drama,,
full of intense interest, and having the
merit of novelty in a plot which is
worked out with m ire than ordinary
skill. Among the other plays lobe
presented during the eiine n nit will
be "Tho Country Girl," "Tit IJIy
Duckling," "At tho WiuH Li.u,"
"Little I.rd Fsiintleio," an 1 ' A Shat
The company still cayiel its owu
band and orchestra and a corps of speci
ally artists, whoie worn reduces the
necess try waits betwes n acts to a mini. -mum,
Cheney, the photographer, has
received a pew lot of the latest
mounts, 111 small panels and
ova's, the very latent.
This signature is 00 every box of the genutosr
Laxative BromoQuiaine Tabieu
th remedy thai eeurea mm a i, ,