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OREGON CITY COURIER-HERALD, FRIDAY, JULY 12, 1901
i NORTHWEST IMPLEMENT GO. 1
-208 Front Street Portland, Oregon
Hodges' Queen, Prince and King Binders
Strongest bnilt. V Easiest operated Only
Binders having three packers. Greater binding,
capacity by 100 per . cent than any machine
Roller bearings throughout.
Hodges' New Mowers
With roller bearings. Fully up-to-date. Com
bining strength, power, speed and lightness of
" draft. .
Hodges' Lassie Self Dump Rake
With relief spring, bicycle wheel, steel axles
and center dump.
See our goods and be convinced
WAGONS, BUGGIES, PLOWS. HARROWS, ETC?
1 LOCAL AND
Bates Hawley, of Logan, was in the
James Dickson is the hew driver of
the Wilhoit stage. .
August Montanden, of Needy precinct,
was in town Wednesday.
J. 0. Elliott, a Damascus merchant,
was in Oregon City Tuesday.
John W. Kelly is doub ing the size of
his residence at Green Point.
P. M. Graves, of Marquiin precinct,
was in Oregon City Wednesday.
W W. Jesse, justfce of the peace at
Barlow, was in the citj Tuesday. -
Mrg. Grandqmst and children have
been visiting relatives at Barlow.
Rev. H. Oberg and family, of Hills
boro, are c.tmped at Gladstone pork.
Mrs. 8. F. Scripture is home, from
Portland much improved in health.
Miss Etta Upton, of Portland, is vis
iting her aunt, Mrs. C. D. Latourette.
Mr. and Mrs. M.S. Hungate, of Mo-
lalla, were visitors in the city Monday.
W, A. White was down from Salem,
and spent the Fourth wi'h his family.
W. H. Adair is confined to his home
on the West Side with an attack ot sick
ness. Miss Zoa Forrester, of Eagle Greek,
is visiting ber aunt, Mrs. S. F. Scrip
lure. li. B. Oonover, editor and publisher
of the Dayton Herald, was in the city
Miss Mattie Noe, delivery clerk in the
postoffice, spent the Fourth with her par
ents at Needy.
R ;ad Supervisor John Aden, of Staf
ford, accompanied by his son, was in
the city Wednesday.
Alfred Martin, of Clarkes, was iii
town Wednesday, and reported active
work in the hayfields.
Mies Margtierita Snider, who has been
visiting Lulu Mortimer, returned to her
ho ne in Ponhnd Sunday.
Mrs John King, of Barlow, left
Thurrday ufiemuon for a visit to her
parents in J& stern Oregon.
H. E HarriB, who has been pu ting
in an ice plant at Astoria, was at home
for a couple of days this week.
Dr. and Mrs. A. L. Beatie, who were
visiting relatives herd, returned 10 their
home at Pendleton Monday
Mrs. O T. Howard, of Mn'.no, was in
Oregon City Saturday, and attended the
meeting of Maple Lane grange.
I K The Poco and Premo
I II i Pr'ce rom ?5 t0 5 Per cent
improvements added, bee our 1901 instrumsnts b.
fore buying. We carry jn stock Poco, Preims,
Hawk-Eyes, Kodaks, Koronos and Vives, and can
obtain .any Camera made on short notice. We have
over 50 Cameras in stock to select from now. Some
second-hand ones at half price.
Tth St., Utween BrWge and S. P. r-pot
Fhomu, 411 304
Mis? Marie Wflley, who has accepted
a position in a store in Sellwood, as
clerk, visited her parents Sunday.
Mrs. J. Palmer and cliildreu, of Brit
ish Columbia, are visiting her mother,
Mrs. George New ion at Barlow.
The Misses Hutlie and Verdie Mon
roe, of Portland, were visif'ng Miss Nel
lie Younger and other friends here.
Miss Mary H irnshuh expects to leave
next week for San Francisco, where she
will engage in Salvation Army work.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Dullam arrived
from Beloit, Wis , Wednesday morning,
and are visiting their daughter, Mrs.
A. V. Davis, ot Marquam, was in
town Monday. He recently announced
his intention of removing his family to
Mrs. J. B. Robinson and two little
sons arrived from Sacreiueuto 'the firt
of the week, and are visiting her
mother, Mrs. Fannie L. Cochran.
S. F. Blythe, editor and publisher of
the Hood River Glacier, was in the city
Saturday. It was his'tirst visit to Ore
gon City within a period of 30 years.
Mrs. Waldron. of New Era precint.
who is in very 'poor health, was brought
to tbe borne ot her daugnter, Mrs. men
ard Barbour, by R. Dundas Tuesday.
Frank Deaver. a former resident of
Oregon City, was here Monday on his
way to Port Orchard, Wash. He has
been at Valleio. Calif., for several
A. M. Lovelace, of Damascus, returned
last week Irotn a business trip to Seda-
lia. Mo. While he likes Missouri and
Missouri people, he likes Oregon and Or
egon people better.
Postmaster J. F. DeYoe, of Canby,
went to the Collins hot spring's up the
Columbia for a sojourn Wednesday
morning.- He will be joined by Mrs.
DeYoe next week.
Mm. E. C Maddock, daughter and
son are visiting in Idaho. Miss Gmsie
has been urged to accept the position ai
teacher of a fir.it class school, but had
not yet decided to accept.
J. N. Weisner, of the United States
fish commission, returned from the East
Friday, and has been the guest ol E. N.
Carter, superintendent of the Clacka
mas hatchery for several days past. .
Rev. A. J. Jotdyn, presiding elder of
theTacoma district, Puget Sound con
ference "f l lie Methodist Episcopal
church, if attending the Chautauqua at
GUdftone park. He is a former Clacka
mas county boy, buying been raised at
Cameras are reduced in
sea3on and many
We, carry the only complete line
of Ca-kets, Collins, Robes. Linings
and have the only first-claes and
up-to-date Hearse in tbe county.
Our prices are never exorbitant.
We guarantee satisfaction. We
ran give you better goods and tet
ter service for less money than any
other undertakers in tbe county.
Call promply attended, night or day
Undertakers and Fmbalmers
Hon. Corwin S. Shauk, f Seattle,
visited his father at Canby yesterday.
Miss Eula Strange, of Mount Tabor,
was attending the Chautauqua this
Misses Evelyn and Helen Calbreath.
of Salem, are visiting Miss Zilpha
J. G. Pilsburv now holds a position
with the Portland Flourimr Mills Com
pany in Portland. i
Charles Frost, of Canemah. now oc
cupies a position with a wholesale gro
cery house in Portland."
Ara McLauuhlin, of Milwankie. and
Miss Ka hryn Casto. of Portland, warn
at Glads. one park Tuesday
O. 8. Mariin. of Olarkes. luft
day for Geneva, Wash , where' he will
be employed in a shingle mill.
Mrs. J. S. 3over has written
ttie Uouner-Herald sent to hr
for one year at Floriston, Calif.
William B. Stokes, of IJlinumah la
home from Corimllis, where he attended
the agricultural college, during the past
C. A. Hohtrom. niirht Wflte.hman at
the state house, and H. L. Pu.ram.
guard at the penitentiary, were down
this week visiting their Clack
M. Michael left vester.lav
Loug Beacn, where be expects to remain
for ihree weeks. After.his return, Mrs.
Michael and the children will spend a
season at the coast. 1
Capiain F. C. Stellmaeher has-been
in Oregon City for a few dav. Mi
Grace and Winilred Staff .rj, are attend
ing the Chautauqua at Gladstone park
ii no nets. Aioany neraid.
Miss Celia Goldsmith left TnaHdaw for
a 10-days visit with her sister. Mrs. M.
Bollack at Long Beach. Soon after her
return, she will leave for San FraneUco
to make fall and winter-selections of
G. W. Church arrived home from Se
attle Sunday, having been superintend
ing some building operations there. He
statea thai the machinists in one large
establishment, and there may be a sym
pathy strike among all branches of union
laoor on July loth,
Mrs. J. L. Vosburg, who lived on the
Vosburg Springs farm up the Aber-
nethy, for several vears. has been visit.
ing lriends here and at Portland for sev
eral days past. Mr. Vosburg is now
prospering in the sawmill basiness in
the Nehaletn country.
Rev. A.J. Montgomery left Wedneo
day for Government camp, near Mount
Hojd, where they will, remain in camp
for three or four weeks. Rev. Mont
gomery will likely make the ascension
Mount Hod in company with the Ma
zimas, who will bs out in full force tht
week. During Rey. Montgomery's ab
sence the pulpit of the Presbyterian
chnrch will bd supplied eac'i morning
and evening. - tL,.
T. M. Baker and family, of Pleasant
Hill, were in town Wednesday. He
stated the oat crop gave tromise of an
excellent yield, and some fieMs of wheat
promised well. Hops, however, were
turning yellow, and it is feared that the
crop will not be what was expected.
Mr. Baker, also stated that the small
pox scire had died rut; that there was
only one isolated case, that recovered
some weeks ago, and doubts bad been
expressed as to it really being a genuine
case of smallpox.
H. R and B. L. Baker, from near
Sherwood, in Clackamas county, were
in town Friday. Both live in near
proximity to the family that had the
isolated case of mild smallpox a ' few
weeks ago. The patient is alive, well,
and some people express the opinion
that there was no Bmallpox, although
i he Bakers acknowledge that they be
lieve that the county physician knew
what he was doing when he pronounced
It a genuine case of smallpox.' How
ever, they do feel that injustice is being
done their section by the reports in cir
culation at Sherwood and elsewhere,
that the smallpox is still raging in their
Building For Sale.
The old building known as the Cement
Mill, at the south end of Miin street,
will be sold to the highest bidder, for
cash, the same lob) removed from its
present location within two weeks fiom
date of award to the successful bidder.
The building is 50x150 foet and three
stories high. It contains a large quan
tity of lumber suitable f jr barns or other
Bids will be received until 4 o'clock
p. m. of Tuesday, July 10th, 1901, and
then opened at the office of the Secre
tary, Charm n Br js. Block.
The B ard reserves t,hs right to raj-id
any or nil bids. v
. Address, T. L. Ciurman, S;c,
- Board of Water Commissioners.
Mirk, bid for building.
Orjgo.i City, uly llui. 19)1."
Notice is hereby given that ihe Board
of County Oommusioieriof Cackamas
County, Oregon, will receive sealed bids
up to and until August 9th, 19)1, at the
hour of 10 o'c'oek a. m for the county
printing and the furnishing of County
Supplies for the enduing year.
The printing to consist of tax lists,
execution notices, proceedings of the
Board of County Commissioners, legal
blanks and all advertising and printing
which the county or any of its officer!
is required to do, also to furnish all sta
tionery, blank books, record books, reg
istration blanks, election tickets and du
plicates and all supplies of whatever
kind and nature used by the county
The Board reserves the right to reject
any and all bids.
E. H. Coopeb,
Dated July 10, 1901.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
' Notice is hereby eiven to all whom it
may concern tl at the undersigned has
filed with the county court of Clacka
mas county and state of O.-egon his final
report as administrator with the will
annexed of tbe estate of Sophia H.
Ford, deceased, and that said court has
set Monday, the 11th day of August,
1901, at tbe hour of 10 o'clock, a. m., of
said day, as the time for hearing ob
jection., (hereto if any there be
Administrator with the -will annexed
oftheesUteof Sopira Ford.
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS.
Large stock of Indian Baskets just re
ceived at Golden Rule Bazaar..
A child was horn to Mr. and Mis.
Richter at Oak Grove Tuesday.
Born, at Mount Pleasant, July 10th,
to Charles White and wife, a girl. .
Saturday's ball tame decides who will
have base ball trophy at Chautauqua.
You will miss an opportunity of a life
time if yju tail to hear Polk Miller-Fri
day and Saturday at Chautauqua.
The inimitable Polk Miller Friday and
Saturday at Ohautaua.ua. Don't fail to
hear him, and come prepared t) laugh.
The Willamette paper mill boys done
up the Aiusworth dock team in a base
ball game at the Willam-tte field Sun
Ross Farr ha sufficiently recovered
from his recent b eyele collision, to be
again at his post of duty in Charman's
drug store. '
Sam Raney.one of the staunch Spring
water democrats, was in the city Satur
day. He states that wheat looks well in
his neighborhood. -F,
A. Miles has sold hU postoffice ci
gar and coutectionerv store to a Mr,
Card, of Portland. Mr. Miles will re
main here for the present.
Notice My wife, Anna Brockart, left
my bed and board, and I will not be re
sponsible for any debts c infracted by
her against me. Oiiarlea Brockart.
Johnson & Lamb make a specialty 0
key fitting. ' .
Beginning Thursday the Chemawas
and Vancouver ball teams will play for
the best two out of three games t) de
cide the championship and secure the
Chautauqua trophy. 1
Company A. who accompanied the
remainder of tbe Third Regiment to
Wilhoit Springs, are expected home to
day. Captain Martin made a good
showing with his company.
E. -Warner, of Ely, has the crack
strawberry bed. From 32 rods of row
he sold $10.03 besides berries used by
his family, Tbe vines were not allowed
to run, but were kept in hills.
- Good Investment River front lot
68x105 feet, situate back of Charman's
drugstore, sustable fir modern flats or
cottages, for Bale. Price $1000. Also 2
lots corner of Jackson and Eighth streets.
Inquire at Commercial Bank.
Christian Science services are held in
Willamette hall ev,ery Sunday morning
at Ho clock. Subject for Sunday, July
14. "Life." Sunday school at 12
o'clock. Wednesday tvening meeting
at eight o'clock. To these services all
Joe Knnwlion has removed his tailor
ing establishment from Mai street to
the building adj lining the Courier-Her
aid office, where he is keeping sovera
people busy. His work recommends it
self; a fact proven by th-i best dressers.
A typographical error in last issue
made us Bay we saved tbe county $12,000
on printing In a year when it should
bave read $1200, a mistake of the com
positor. While we like credit for what
we ao we aon 1 wisn 10 overstate ibcis,
and the rec rds will show our Baving to
Polk Miller iJ the best delineator of
the old Southern Plantation Negro that
has ever appeared on the public ttage
and in his description of his "boyhood
happy days down on the farm," he in
troduces the most Bide-splitting stories,
and gives the best opportunity of bear
ing the pure Negro dialect.
There is a good attendance at the New
Era Spiritualist camp meeting and many
campers are on the grounds. Charles
Anderson, the boy orator, is a star at
traction, and ot'ier prominent speakers
Continue to fill out the daily prograrns.
An unusual large crowd ia expected Sun
day. George Lnz -11 is conducting the
boarding house this season.
" Machine extras made to order on a
turning lathe by Johnson & Lamb.
1 A number of horses from Oregon City
and vicini'y. were cruelly driven and
whipped ".Hi tbe Fourth of July. The
officers of the Humane Scciety have
been investigating thex matter, but as
yet competent witnesses have not been
fgund, who are willing to give their tes
timony. Some offender will yet receive
his just deserts for mistreating work
IO11 the Fourth, Mrs. O. Gibbons of
Greenpoint unfurled and swung in tbe
open the same nig with which she has
annually expressed her patriotic ardor
since 18 f3, it having been given her at
a republican rally on June 28th of that
year, by citizens of Dallas, Pol It county,
for the reason that she was postmistress
i nthe banner republican precinct of the
eiunty, Bridgeport, position which she
occupied fur 10 years. '
The county uoard of commissioners
has disallo-ved the claim of Charles
Harnock for damages of $1,000 for Inju
ries received In a team accident on
March 10th. He avers that the accident-
was caused )y a detective culvert
01 bridge, and resulting in serious bod
ily injury. The items in the bill, as
specifically set out were as follows:
Doctor's bill for setting broken leg and
medicines, $100; to loss of time occa
sioned by fucIi broken )eg, $100; to
physical and mentil suffering caused by
aid .broken leg, $800.
Card of TIuihIm.
To the many friends and neighbors,
whoso kindly assisted us at the time of
our sad bereavement we extend our grati
tu 'e and thanks.
Mb. and Mbs. Jo'is Hattjn.
Stone, July 9.
A $6 00 Bicycle.
At Huntley's Book Store they are sell
ing off their second hand wheels regard
jess of price. A good strong wheel was
sold yesterday for $0.00 aud others at
$10 and $12. Mr. Huitley says every
wheel in stock must go Detore August 1.
AH members ol M- ade Post No. 2, are
invited to attend a reception given by
Meade Relief Corps in honor of their
newly elected department officer on
Monday, June lDih at 7:30 p. m. in
Willamette hall. Sumner Post and
Corps of Portland are invited, and will
be present. A pleasant time is expected.
Bean tU a ll M Vw Haw Always Bonjjit
I Mid-Summer Sale i
GOLDEN RULE BAZAAR
Opposite Bank of Oregon City
Japanese Crepe. . . .
Dark Workin j
X Wrappers 7;c up
Ladies Handkchfs. 3c
t Lace ,.ic yd up
aiocKings 9c pr
I Special-Sale of Fishing
The following is the list of letters re
maining in the postoffice at Oregon City
July 11, 1901 '.
Women's list Mrs Margaret J Dod
son, Mrs H Fueney, Miss Eva Douglas,
Miss Margaret Hagey, Mrs E E East
man, Mrs Mollie Mitchell,
Men's list ll'arren Brainard 2, Matt
Bloom, Charles Cutting, Gothrup Will
2, Mr Grayfield, W P Haley, George
Keeth, Charles Livesay, W Lawrence
.Mack, A C Kae, Jesse E Thompson,
Package C D Gab'ielson.
Gborqs F. Hohton, P.M.
Go to the Electric Cash Grocery for
Bargains. L. Klemsen, Prop. .
A WORTHY SUCCESSOR.
"Something New Under tie Sun."
All Doctors have tried to cure CA
TARRH by the use of powders, acid
gases inhalers and drugs in paste form.
The powders dry up the mucuous mem
branes causing them to crack open and
bleed, The powerful acids used in the
inhalers bave entirely eaten away the
same membranes that their makers have
aimed to cure, w hile pastes and oint
ments cannot reach the disease. An old
and experienced practitioner 'who has
for many years made a close study and
specialty of the treatment of CATARRH,
has at last perfected a Treatment which
when faithfully used, not only relieves
at once, but permanently cures CA
I The Price
Linseed Oil is climbing higher and higher in price
since June 18th it has been advanced by the job-
.bers 17 cents per gallon and in all probabilities it has
not reached high witer mark. This together with the
recent advance in the price of white lead mak.es the use
of these highly prized but much over-rated com
modities almost prohibitory.
However, I honestly believe if any one has painting
to do this year will go into the matter of lead and oil
versus prepared paint, carefully, he will reject the oil
-and lead in every instance. Of course, to be entirely
satisfied he must know absolutely that the mixed
paint he proposes using is standard, has stood the test
of time, and can be vouched for unreservedly by the
dealer from whom he buys.
I have stood back of every gallon of mixed paint I
have sold in Oregon City for the past 10 years and I
mean to continue doing so as long as I have paint to
sell; and this leads up to the point I want to make for
Sherwin-Williams Paint. You not only have my per
scnal guarantee but also the makers' on every can of
the Sherwin-Williams Paints. .Their guarantee is
backed by unlimited capital.
Would you decline to use prepared paint if it can be'
proven to you that lead and oil will cost you 25 cents
per gallon more than S-W Paint and will not lasf as
long by a year or so ?
' Come in and let me give you the names of satisfied
S-W Paint users.
' The Sherwih-VJillims Paint.
Conn Mott, Looks Best, Wears Longest, Host Economical, Full Measure.
C. G. HUNTLEY
Cut Rate Druggist
Oregon City. - - - Oregon
Blankets.. . .
, . ioc '
Jelly Glasses 35c doz
Tumblers. 4c eah
Large Pitchers ...... 23c
Silk Gloves 25c pr
"Leader" Corsets. ... .45c
Fancy Collars.... ...,15c
Corset Covers 20c
and Base Ball Goods
TARRH, by removing the cause, stop
ping the discharges, and curing all in
liammation. It is the only remedy
known to science that actually reaches
the afllicted parts. ThiB wonderful
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GUARANTEED CATARRH CURE"
and is sold at the extremely low price of
One Dollar, each package containing in
ternal and external medicine sufficient
for a full month's treatment and every
thing necessary to its perfect use.
"SNUFFLiLS" is tbe onlv Derfect CA
TARRH CURE ever made and is now
recognized as the only safe and positive
cure for that annoying and disgusting'
aisease. it cures all Inflammation
quickly and permanently and is also
wonderfully quick to relieve HAY FE
VER or COLD in the HEAD.
CATARRH when neglected often
leads to CONSUMPTION "SNUF
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