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OREGON CITY COURIER-HERALD, FRIDAY. JUNE 14, 1901
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Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. '
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Every page a Magastn In luelf ; each
department edited by "one who know
how " every number a mine of Informa
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has borne the siirnatnre of
been made under his per-
ion since its infancy.
no one to deceive you in this.
Courier - Herald Every Week
The paper has not quite that many
subscribers but ever paper his arc
average of over two readers. We know
of an instance where five families read
a single paper every week. Every
advertiser in this paper talks to between
5000 and 10000 people during the week .
Try it. Successful business men advertise.
State Normal School
Demand for Graduates The demand
for graduates of the Normal School rinr
ing the past year has been much beyond
the supply. Positions with from $40 to
$75 per month.
State Oertifluates and Diplomas
Students are prepared for the Stale Ex
animations and readily take State Paper
on graduation. Strong Academic am
Professional Course. Well equipped
Training Department. Expenses range
from $120 to $175 per year. Fall term
opens September 17th.
or J. B. V. BUTLER, Secretary
contains the roLLomyo
On Short Story. Biographical Tld Blti.
Popular Selene. Amateur Photography.
All th Comfort of Horn. Th Family
Lawyer. Department of Health, The
Editor' Half Holiday. The Qui Club,
(prlie question department.) The Old Cur
loelty Shop. Sport, Game and Pastime.
Horn Study, The Coming Generation.
The Firit Thousand, and What to Do
With It, (practical auecea department.)
The Story of the World. When the Day'
Work I Don.
GOOD TIMES, Columbus, O,
An Elaborate Program 10 Days
of Oratory, Song Instruction
The Willamette Valley Chautauqua
Association will hold its summer ses
sion at Gladstone Park this year from
July 3 to 13 inclusive,. The program
that has been prepared is especially elab
orate, and surpasses that of any previous
year.. Many dietinguiHhed persons will
address the assembly during the session,
and each day will find something new
and attractive for those who attend.
There will be other attractions aside
from the literary ' features. A baseball
game will be played every day, and a
handsome trophy has been prepared to
be presented to the winning team.
The Fourth of July program will be
an especially fine one. General T. J.
Morgan, of New work City, will deliver
the address, and in addition to the liter
ary attractions, there will be a big bar
becue on the old-fashioned order. -
Special arrangements have been made
with the Southern Pacific Railway for
the transportation of passengers from
Portland to the assembly . grounds. ,' A
rate of 55 cents, including two fares on
Portland street railways, has been
made. This jate includes admission to
the u rounds. ; t
Following is the programme for the
entire 10 days in detail : ? ; .
OPENING DAY, JULY 8. .
10:30a. m. Music, Chemawa band:
invocation.Dr.H.W. Kellogg; address of
welcome, President W, C. Hawley, of
Salem ; response, Eev. A. W . Acker
man, Portland; organization of classes
and announcements by instructors.
1:30 p. m. Band. -;-
2 :00 p. m.T-Keading, Migs May Neal,
Northwestern University, Illinois; lec
ture,'The Invisible in Nature, Professor
J.Ivey, of Ban Francisco. .
3:30 p. m. Bdl game. "Z..:
7:30 p. in. Band concert.
.8:00 p. m. Lecture, "The Santiago
Campaign,". Chaplain O. C. Bateman,
of the United States Army. ; -
" SECOND, DAY,; JULY 4.
10 :00o 10 :40 a.
the Chemawa India band : music.choruB
oi oo voices; prayer, vt. , A.. J. irost,
Los Angeles, Oal. ; music by chorus;
reading of th rwinratinn
ence, Miss May Neal, of the Northwest-
oru uuiverony, unicago, ill; SOIO.- ,
11 ! a. m Oratirm "RiviMino nl fKa
Nation," General Thomas J. Morgan, of
XT- IT L n:.
now iur. vuy.
12 :30 p. m. Basket dinner ; barbecue
"2 ;00 p. m. Field day sports : Quarter
nine toot race, oau-miie toot race, 100
yard dash, 220-yard dash, pole vault.one
iiiuo remy race (teams oi lour;, inree-
legged raee, sack race, obstacle race ;
gold and silver medala for each event.
3 :00 p. m Balloon ascension and para
4! n. m. Rail oatrtA
7 :00 p. m. Band concert, Chemawa
THIRD DAY, JULY 6.
8 :00 to 11 a. m. Classes.
11:00a. m.-Lecture, "The Philip-
. lines, i neir reopte, rrouuets ana iros-
inntn. "Ohnnlnin l! fl Rifanun
1 :30 p. m. Band concert, Chemawa
i . : .
2:00 p. m. Lecture, 'Gumption,"
Dr. Alexander Blackburn, of Portland.
3:30 p. in. Ball game.
7:30 p. m. Band concert.
8:00 p. m. Lecture, "The Negro
rooiem, uenerai i nomas J. Morgan,
f New York City.
FOURTH DAY, JULY 6.
ft :0ft tn 11 B m Plaaooa
wutr aA a e V 1 UUiJVO
11 :00 a. m Koand table, conducted
y Mrs. William Galloway.
1 :30 p. m. Band concert, Chemawa
2:00 n. m T.B.riiro I'TK. P.i.o
alker,,rDr.'Charle Bayard Mitchell,
3:30 p. m. Ball game.
7:30 n. m. Rnn.l onnxart
8 :00 p. m. Ballad concert under the
, : . l . l rt . t . . v n
urcuiiuQ oi rroiessor w.ti. uoyer, ot
Portland, assisted by Weber Maudolin
FIFTH DAY, JULY 7.
10:30 a. m. 8unday school.
1 :30 p. ra. Chemawa Indian band ea
red concert; Chautauqua chorus.
2 p. m. Sermon, Dt. Charles Bayard
4:00 p. m. Sacred music by the
SIXTH DAY, JULY 8.
8 :00 to 11 :00 a. m. Lecture bv H. V
iivler, D. D., paetor First Methodist
'.piscopal church of Tacoma, VVaBh.
1 :30 p. m. Band
2 :00 p. m. Lecture, "My Ideal Boy,"
it. jnaries myara Mitcueu.
3:30 p. m .Ball game.
7 :30 p. m. Band concert.
8:30 p. m. Y. M. O. A. entertain
ment under the direction of Professor
l. M. Kingler, of Portland Y. M. 0.
The MethwiiBt Itinerant Club, of Ore
on, will hold a rally on the grounds to
lay, complimentary to the presence on
ur platform this season of Dr. Charles
wvarcj Mitchell and Dr. Bashford. I)r.
livler especially represents the club at
tie 11 o clock hour.
BKVINTH DAY, JULY 9.
8:00 to 11:00 a. m. Classes.
11:00 a. in. Willamette University
morning lecture by President W, U.
1 :30 p. m. Band concert; reading by
Ming Mity Neal.
2:00 p. m. Lecture, "Wesley and
Goethe," Dr. J. M. Bashford, president
of Wesleyan University, Delaware, O.
3:30 p. m. Ball game.
7 :30 p. m. Band concert.
8:00 p. m. Oratorio. "The Prodigal
"on," given by 50 picked voices of Port
land, under the direction of Professor
W. 11. Boyer, ana assisted by Brown's
The Methodint Itinerant Club will
h'ld three sessions, morning, afternoon
and evening. Addresses and papers
from distinguished scholars and minis
ters from the Kast. ;
Tf ei(iiith.iay,jit'ly 10.
8 :00 to 11 ;00 a." ni. Clashes. ...
11 :00 a. m. Program by W. 0. T. U.'
under the direction of Mrs. Helen "D.
Harford, state president, of Newberg.
1 :30 p. m. Band concert.
2:00 p. m. Special orchestral concert
hy the celebrated Park Bisters, of New
8:30 p, m Ball name.
7:30 p. ra. Band concert; reading.
Mies Mny Neal. '
8:00 p. m. Lecture, "The Twentieth
Century," Dr. J. M. Bashford.
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Made from the choicest
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Possesresa delicate flavor
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All grocers sell it.
Last day of Itinerant Club. Papers
and talks on "Geology," "Chemistry,"
"8i npture Interpretations" and Practi
cal Church Work," to be participated
in Dy picked men irom rortiand district
and frrm other sections of Oregon,
.IT . 1 . 1 T 1 I
waeumgto" anu xuauu.
NINTH DAY," JULY 11 RECOGNITION DAY
8 :00 to 11 :00 a. m . Classes. -
11 :00 a. m. Round table,- program
under direction of Mrs. William Gallo
way. -. : ;
1:30p.m. Chemawa Indian band;
grand march through the"golden gate;
reading, Miss May Neal ; music ; recog
nition exercises. ' .
2:00 d. m. Lecture. "Some Forces
That Win in Life," Dr. H. W. Kellogg,
. 3 :30 p. m. Ball game. .
7 :30 p. m. Band concei t.
8:00 p. m. Orchestral concert by
the Park sisters.
' TENTH DAY, JULY 11.
8:00 to 11 :00 a. m Chemawa lod an
school morning, under direction of Pi o
feasor Thomas J. Potter, superintends! t.
1 :30 p. m. Band ; reading, Miss May
2:00 p. xa. Lecture, "The Grand Can
yon of the Colorado," -Dr. A. J. Frost,
of Los Angeles, Cal. .
: 8:30 p. m. Ball game.
7 :30 p.m. Chemawa Indian band ; en
tertainment. 8 :00 p. m. "Old Times Down South,"
Polk Miller, of America.
ELEVENTH DAY, JULY 13.
8 :00 to 11 :00 a. m. Classes.
11:00 a. m. Agricultural College
morning; lecture, Professor J. B.
Horner, of Corvallis.
1:30 p. m. Special entertainment,
3 :30 p. m. Annual meeting of stock-
3 :30 p. m. Ball game.
7:30 p. m. Band.
8:00 p. m. Miscellaneous program.
0 :30 p. m. Fireworks.
Music Piofessor W. H. Boyer, of
Psychology Dr. H. W. Kellogg, of
Bible study Dr. Alexander tl. Black
burn, of Portland, and Dr. A. J. Frost,
of Los Angeles, Cal.
Normal methods in arithmetic Pro
fesBor I. . Richardson, of Albany Col
lege. Reading and elocution Miss May
Neal, of Northwestern Unirersity, Illi
nois. United States History President W.
0. Hawley, of Willamette University.
Physical culture Professor M. M.
Ringler, of Portland Y. M. O. A.
Art class Professor JJ. Ivey, of San
English literature Professor J. B:
Horner, of the State Agricultural Oo
lege. Amateur phot igraphy Under the
management of Woodard, Clarke & Co.,
Junior Bible Rev. J. II. Beaven.
The following is a partial list of those
who will sing during the season:
Mrs. R. H. Schwab, Jr., Mra. Will
Bushong, Mrs. Frank Fleming, Miss
Harriet McCoy, Miss Marion Peters,
Miss Lola Edwards, Miss Margare t Be
harrel, Mis Gertrude Holmes, W. X.
Montgomery, Mr. Elliot, Robert.Gordon,
Yes, August Flower still has the
jargnst sale of any medicine in the civ
ilized world. Your mothers and grand
mothers never thought of using any
thing else for Indigestion or Biliousness.
Doctors were scarce, and they seldom
heard of Appendicitis, Nervous Prostra
tion or Heart Failure, etc. They UBed
August Flower to clean out the system
and Btop fermentation of uudigeUed
food, regulate the action of the liver,
stimulate the nervous and organic action
of the system, and that is all they took
when feeling dull and bad with
headaches and other aches, Yiu only
need a few doses of Green's AuguBt
Flower, in liauid form, to make von sat.
isfled there is nothing serious the matter
wun you. uet Green's Prize Almanac
at George A. Harding's.
We treat all customers alike. One
price to all and money saved at Red
New subscribers or subscribers paying
in advance will he given a six months'
subscription to the "Good Times"
monthly, absolutely free at Courier
Herald oflice during June, July aud
Farm for Sale.
m fi!6"0!"11 of 0,fon City. 8 mile tooth of
r .... "uieii arm. Contain
in g 810 cr, 1 cr; cler plow land: 40 tore
..Tk i?,lton?,: 100 ,cre4 "P'"! '" or
eli ra. All well watered and fenced with stele.
lfiI.!iiKil,.,Mil,' Wrod" ,ron -oi
S,vSJi?,,rom .ehurch: (wod location for
S? S".!ork i mo"'ln Frio. 20 rr acre:
' n r h,h.l-e.' f ,uU ' Pr latere
?S Vi"her PwUeuLrs apply la A. J. SiwraLL,
on Uit farm, or Djmoa i Katbam, Oregon Citj.
"What Would Jesns Do."
. (Continued from pape 9.)
charged witli the mnrdeT, put Homing
could be proved against any one, and
before Saturday of that week the saloon
was running as regularly as ever No !
one on the earth was ever punished by '
earthly courts for the nrarderof Loreen.
No one in all Raymond, including;
the Rectangle, felt Loreen's death more
keenly than Virginia. It came like 'a
distinct personal loss to her. That short
week while Loreen had been , in her
home had opened Virginia's heart to a
new life. She was talking it over with
Rachel the day after the funeral They
were sitting in the hall of the Page
"I am going to do something with
my money to help these women to a
better life." Virginia looked over to the
end of the hall where the day before
Loreen's body had lain. "I have decid
ed on a good plan, aa it seems to me. I
have talked it over with Rollin, He
will devote a large part of his money to
the same plan."
"How much money have you, Vir
ginia, to give in this way?" asked
Rachel. Once she would never have
asked such a personal question. Now it
Beemed as natural to talk frankly about
money as about anything else that be-
"1 have available for use at least
$450,000. Rollin has as much more. It
Is one of his bitter regrets now that his
extravagant habits of life before his
conversion practically threw away half
that father left him. We are both eager
to make all the reparation in our pow
er. 'What would Jesus do with this
moneys We want to answer that ques
tion honestly and wisely. The money I
shall, put into The. News is, I am con
fident, in line with Jesus' probable ac
tion. It is as necessary that we have a
daily Christian paper in Raymond,
especially now that we have the saloon
influence to meet, as it is to have a
church or a college. So I am satisfied
that the $500,000 that Mr. Norman
will know how to jise so well will be a
powerful factor in Raymond to do u
Jesus woul do.
"About my other plan, Rachel, I
want you to work with me. Rollin and
I are going to buy up s large part of
the property in the Rectangle. The field
where the tent now is has been in liti
gation for years. We mean to secure
the entire tract as soon aa the courts
have settled the title. For soma time I
have been making a specal study of the
various forms of college settlements and
resident methods of Christian work and
Institutional church work in the heart
of great city slums. I do not know that
I have yet been able to tell just what
la the wisest and most effective kind of
work that can be done in Raymond,
but I do know this much my money
(I mean God's, which he wants me to
use) can build wholesome lodging
houses, refuges for poor women, asy
lums for shopgirls, safety for many and
many a lost girl like Loreen. And I do
not want to be simply a dispenser of
this money. God help me I I do want
to put myself into the problem. But do ;
you know, Rachel, I have a feeling all
the time that all that limitless money
and limitless personal sacrifice can
possibly do will not really lessen
very much the awful conditions at
the Rectangle as long as the saloon ,
is legally established there. I think that
id true of any Christian work now be
ing carried on in any great city. The
saloon furnishes material to be saved
faster than the settlement or residence
or rescue mission work can save it"
Virginia suddenly rose and paced the
ball Rachel answered sadly and yet
with a note of hope in her voice:
"It is true; bat, oh, Virginia, what
a wonderful amount of happiness aad
power can come ont of this money I And
the saloon cannot always remain here,
xne time must come wnen tnevmrumas
force in tne city wtu trranipa.
Virginia paused near Rachel and her
pale, earnest face lighted up.
"I believe that too. The number ot
those who have promised to do as Jesus
would is increasing. If we once have,
say, 600 such disciples in Raymond,
the saloon is doomed. But now, dear, I
want you to look at your part in this
plan for capturing and saving the Rec
tangle. Your voice is a power. I have
had many ideas lately. Here is one of
them. You could organize among the
girls a musical institute. Give them
the benefit of your training. There are
some splendid voices in the rough there.
Did any one ever hear such singing as
that yesterday by those women 1 Rachel
what a beautiful opportunity 1 You
shall have the best of opportunity in
the way of organs and orchestras that
money can provide, and what cannot
be done with muslo to win souls there
Into higher and better and purer liv
ing?" Before Virginia had ceased speaking
Rachel's face was perfectly transfigured
with the thought of her life work. It
flowed into her heart and mind like a
flood, and the torrent of her feeling
overflowed in tears that could not be
restrained. It was what she had dreamed
of doin; herself. It represented to her
something that she felt was in keeping
with, a right use of her own talent
"Yes." she sid as she rose and put her
arms about Virginia, while both girls
in the excitement of their enthusiasm
paced the hall "yes, I will gladly put
my life into that kind of service. I do
believe that Jesus would have me use
my life in thia way. Virginia, what
miracles can we not accomplish with
humanity if we have such a lever as
consecrated money to move things
"Add to it consecrated personal en
thusiasm like yours, and it certainly
can accomplish great things," said Vir
ginia, smiling, and then before Rachel
could reply Eollin came in. He hesitat
ed a moment and was passing out of
the hall into the library when Virginia
called him and asked some questions
To b contained.
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The celebrated Semi-Vitreous
Porcela in, . hand-painted decora
tions, with gold trimmings, 'given
away Free to our customers.
We use these cjishes simply- as
an advertisement for our business.
The way to obtain them is easy.
Trade with us and get your friends
to trade with us, and we do. -the
rest, by supplying you and them
wih these dishes Free of Charge.
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Finest place In Oregon to spend summer vacation
Safest beach for bathing. Beautiful grassy lawn
and groves. Table iuppll.il with crabs, clains
rock oysters, codfish, rook cod and best the mark
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Strictly first-class family resort. Prices to suit
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essential to perfect comfort and health. Our
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fittings for large and small houses will be found
urpassingly low when quality of work and
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Oregon City Junk store
Buys old rags, bottles,
old iron, rubber and
all kinds of metals.
Higest prices paid.
Sholl, Sugarman & Co.
Cor. Main and Tenth Sts.
I WANTED. Capable, reliable person In eery
. county to represent large company of solid finan
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