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OREGON CITY COURIER-HERALD. FRIDAY. JULY 26, 1901
CLACKAMAS COUNTY NEWS
On board the tteamer.
Everything lively in our burg and all
are b u 8y. Haying is the chief occupa
tion at present with an abundant crop.
Grain is ripening very fast.
"We attended New Kra campmeeting
lat Sunday and gained Bome useful
knowledge. We also spent the day with
friends and relatives in the beautiful
As today we tail down the beautiful
Willamette passing the quiet, pretty
little city of iYiiiwaukie a feeling of sad
ness ci nies over us as we miss the old
Imperial uiills,a relic trail old pioneers.
It has been a landmark for perhaps 20
or 25 years, and reminds us that we are
only old relics too, fast diifting onward,
as on this lovely, UBeful river we are
riding today into the sea of time.
But we must hurry through the great
busy city of Portland and again return
again to our own peaceful little burg of
Beaver Creek, as we view again the
beautiful falls of the Willamette from
the neat new steamer, Leona, and we
gaze with admiration on the woudrous
works of nature and art.
Next time the boys try to capture a
jack we hope they will learn to throw
the lasso firs;. The owner caught the
boys before tiie boys caught thejuck.
Haying season is nearing a close.
Miss Kinma Turner and Henry Myers,
after a four weeks' courtship ripened
into matiiinony last Saturday, and they
are now spending their honeymoon at
Mrs. (J. E. Dibble died at Oregon City
July 18th. This is the first death to oc
cur in a family of ten children, the
youngest being 37 years. She leaves a
host of friends and relatives, beside a
husband and four children. She is at
Saturday and Sunday is quarterly
conference at the Mountain Home
church. Elder Black will officiate.
Mr. Bittner has received another or
der from a California paper mill for 50,
Miss Belle Evans, of Oregon City,
spent last Sunday in this community.
George Frazer, who has been on the
sick list fot three weeks, is slowly im
proving. Johnnie Rhodes has gone to Salem,
where he will work through harvest.
We will miss you, Johnnie.
Les Look is moving his Inusehold
Roods to Gresham. He sold his crop to
B. A. Wright.
EveStelunan, who died Saturday in
St. Mary's hospital, atTuscon, Arizona,
will tin imriod in the Oregon City ceme
tery Fridny at 11 o'clock.
Hay is about all housed or stacked
and ready fur the baler.
Fall wheat is ready to be cut (early
varieties.) W. II. White is cutting lua
wheat and also P. M. Graves.
Mont of the summer fallow around
here looks like a flower garden, with
dog fennel in the lead.
Bev. Thomas Wilos is cutting his rye,
and has contracted the straw with a
collar factorv in Portland.
Grandma Wright is out home visiting
friends for a few days.
We have been having fine weather,
and haying is about finished.
Charles Stewart had a small fire last
week, which but for the timely arrival
of neighbors would have resulted in a
Mrs. Walker is visiting at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Cooper.
George A. Kirbyson'has commenced
working for Cummings & Durst's saw
mil. Mr. Jossi is going into the cheese
Another ice cream social will be held
at the t'arus school house Saturday eve
ning, July 27.
Teasel cutting will soon be the order
of the day, cutting to commence next
Services wore hold In the grange hall
last Sunday, with liov. Wiles officia
ting. F. Uogue and family and F. Pendle
ton went to the coast last Sunday, where
they will remain two weeks.
Morlio Adkins is staying with Mrs.
Lyons at present.
The dance given at Union Mill last
Saturday night was enjoyed by all pres
ent. Mr. Iioynton, of Woodburn, was vis
iting at the h mie of his son, Charlie,
Mrs. l'Ylgor, who lias been away on a
vieit, ha returned homo
Mrs. F Eriekson is on the sick list.
Frank Manning has a new r mra.
Now, you'll know where to go iu .iavo
your picure taken on Sunday.
Mis. K.Clark died ut her home on
July. The remains were laid to rest in
Lone Iir cemetery in Portland.
Mamie Saner, w ho had the uiisfortuno
to have her foot cut with a piece of glass I
lonio time ago, is slowly aecovering.
Fred Wallace spent last Sunday at his ;
Mr. E 1, Bowman, who has been
Very sick, ha been removed to the hos
pital in Portland.
Harvest is at hand with the promise
(better crops than we have had for
J. W. Smith will coinmencj baling
hay this week.
Mr. and Mis. Abbot received a tele
gram from Sell wood announcing the ill
ness of their daughter, Mrs. Will Yo-:
hann, of that place.
Mr. and Mrs. Lubben are the proud
recipients of a tine young boy (by adop
tion). " 1
The Macksburg nine went to Hubbard
Sund iy to play tiall wiih the Hubbaid
nine. The score t od u9 follows: Hub
bar 1,5; M,y.'kshurg, 10.
Mis Laura Wright, of Meadow-brock,
visited friends in our bur.j last week.
Call again, fairy.
Mr. 1'e'nz at'.d his two tons, Leonard.
n.n,iir n'.nl in thn Hot Snrincrs
last week, w here they will remain for
some time. ...
Wnnra ni-ftMil trtBQV llllll. tllft hlCVC.le
race on the Fourth was won by one of
our U. h.. Loys, LU his name is ucuigc
Great reduction on all trimmed hats
at Miss Goldsmith.
Colton has not been heard from for
some time, but is still alive.
Haying is about over and .people are
beginning to wish for rain again.
Miss Minnie Carlson, of Portland, is
home visiting her parents. Miss Gertie
has also returned after a few weeks'
vieit with her sisters.
Mrs. Gottlieb visited her son.
Charles, and his wife at Oregon City
last week. Sue also attended me viiau
tauqua. Miss Stella Hubbard returned from
Springwater last Saturday, where she
has been stayiu: with her sister, Mrs.
Marrs, who has just recovered from an
attack of the measles.
William Cox and Amile Bittner were
visitors at the Colton literary last
Oscar Dix male around trip to Port
land last Saturnay.
J. Arquette killed abear in Colton
Fred .Bonney, while out picking ber
ries, accidentally shot himself through
the leg. The ball entered below the
knee, anfl it is thought no bones are
Miss Meadie Hubbard made her sis
sers a short visit this week.
Everything In the Millinery line at a
great reduction, miss lioiasmitn.
Dan Kauffman and crew will go to
Eastern Oregon to thresh this summer
Beil Garrett and JuliuB Spigle went
to Eastern Oregon Monday.
The W. O. W. gave a social Saturday
evening, which was a grand success.
Alvin Thompson went fishing and
hunting with a party from Hubbard
Frank Fish and J. D. Retter returned
home from the mountains Monday.
Mrs. Sam Kauffman is quite sick.
Farmers are commencing to cut their
grain, and all anticipate a fair crop.
Neils Christensen is digging potatoes
to take to the Portland markets.
John De Neui is !liauling wood for Mr.
Misses Belle and Gladys Baker re
turned home Monday from Mulino,
where they had been visiting friends
for a few days.
An ice cream party was given at the
home of Mrs. Hoffman Sunday. Those
attending report having had a good
Henry Plattsis slowly improving from
Addie Le May will leaye for her home
in California Saturday.
Conrad Zimmerman was out bicycle
riding Monday evening.
Peddlers seem to be quita numerous in
this vicinity lately.
Minnie Kaiser was visiting friends in
our burg Sunday.
Mary and Minnie Boekman returned
home from Portland Thursday.
The weather is warm at present, and
farmers have a fair chance of getting
their hay in before a rain.
Emelia and Paulena Koellermeier are
attending the German school this sum
mer. John Renke lost a fine liorse with
William Kaiser is busily employed
cutting grain. Sal.
Great clearance sale. Miss Goldsmith.
The haying season is nearly finished.
C. G. Stone, the Viola miller is re
pairing his dam.
Quite a number of men met at the
church last Monnay and cleaned up a
space of the ground back of the church
to hold services during the carapmeet
ings. Mrs. E. M. Barrett is conducting
meetings here. Everybody is welcome
and should come to hear her.
Miss Ida Barrett, of Portland, has
been vinting friends here for the past
Mr. and Mrs. C. Miller have been vis
iting their sous at Garfield for the past
Mrs. Selma Olsen and two children,
of Seattle, Wall., have arrived here and
will reside with her sister, Mrs. J. A.
Mr. Murdoek and family, of Macks
burg, spent last Sunday visiting friends
and al.o attended the campmeeting
Will Millfr and wife, Kay and Alfred
Miller and Miss Ctaiger, ad of Portland,
We guarantee that the Eccentric
Sprocket wheel on this machine will
give an absolute gain of Hi-3 per cent
of power at the time of tieiiiij and dis
The force feed eleva'or will waste
less grain than any other.
There Is les shattering.
The Relief R:ike keeps inner end of
Eeryon of those using Champion
flinders says it has no equal.
Sen ! for Catalogue.
Miichell, Lewis & Staver Co.
First and Taylor S.s.
P0UTLAXP, - OREGON
have t een visiting the former's-parents.
Thev returned home last Sunday.
John Lovelace's mother and his three
sisters were visiting him Monday and
Wiley May, wife and daughter, of
Cams Bpent Sunday here visiting their
daughter, Mrs. Exon, and also attended
Flowers, ribbons, fancy chiffrons at
great sacrifice. Miss Goldsmith.
Farmers in this section are busily en
gaged in getting in their hay, which has
been a bountiful crop.
The prospects are good for a fine- wheat
and oat crop. Some fields of wheat are
almost ready to cut.
This has been a weeK for accidents in
this place. Last Saturday night or
Sunday morning John Jackson lost a
horse It was standing in the barn all
right at feeding time anil was found
dead in the morning. The, circum
stances point to a crime having been
committed by some one. Who ever the
guilty one may be he must be either
partially demented or have a heart as
black as midnight to satiate his hatred
by deliberately killing a dumb brute.
Truly the darkness of night hides many
Bert Perry met with a painful accident
last Monday. He was riding a young
mare that had not been ridden for some
time, and was riding her with a halter
when she become sullen and reared up
and fell back on the boy, causing a
badly sprained back, besides other
bruises. Dr. Leavitt is attending him,
Fred Bonney, who lives near Colton,
also met with a bad accident recently.
He was out hunting and had placed his
gun down to got some berries, and in
some way the gun was discharged, the
bullet striking him noar the ankle and
coming out above the knee. Dr. Leavitt
was called and had the boy removed to
the hospital at Portland. The gun was
a 44-calibre, .which makes it a bad
Shaver, Harless and Adams go to
Oanby next Saturday to bring out their
threshing outfit, the fitst feed machine
that has ever been on the Molalla.
Dr. Leavitt's brother and family, of
Omaha, are visiting with him.
Charlie Leavitt is visiting at his home
this week .
It is reported that Pearl Russell, who
underwent an operation for appendicitis
in a Portland hospital, is not getting
along as well as al.e did for awhile after
the operation was performed.
A force of men has gone in to com
mence work on the newly discoveied
mines in the Ogle Creek mining district.
A company has been organized, and
enough shares have been sold to thor
oughly prospect the new discovery. The
said discovery certainly prospects well,
and some if not all of the company are
well pleased with the outlook.
Will Shaver took a header from a load
of hay recently. He struck the barn
floor perpendicular but the wrong end
first. He considers himself fortunate
that he was not seriously hurt.
X. Y. Z.
A beautiful line of baby bonnets and
hats, ail reduced, at Miss Goldsmith.
Warm and clouy weather again but no
Sam Francis has so far improved from
his injuries that he is visiting relatives
aud friends in Washington county this
Frank Welch and family and Mrs.
Howard and daughter have goue to the
coast for an outing. '
Mr. Waldron and family have gone to
Death has again entered this place
and taken from us our beloved brother
Artisan, C. T. Hickman, who departed
this life Sunday morning, July 21, 1901.
The remains were laid to rest in Moun
tain View cemetery.
J. Lacke and family and Walt Cur
ran and family went bl.ick berrying Sun
day. JohnW. May went lo Walla Walla,
Wash., last week to work during har
Mr. Bullard has an extra smile on his
face lately, the reason being that he is a
a great grandfather, as Mrs. Lottie
Fisher has a daughter, born July 14th.
Mrs. Ernest Harrington and son, of
California, are visiting here.
The poles have been put up for a tele
phone in this burg. We anticipate hav
ing electric lights here too in the near
Mrs. Everkart has returned home.
Everybody is very busy haying.
The weather has been splendid for the
farmers so far.
Blackberries seem to be very scarce
here this year, which is something un
usual. Generally they are very plenti
ful. Mrs. Marie Gibson went to Portland
Grace- Douglas' health seems to be
Mr. and Mrs. Duncan were visiting
the former's mother, Mrs. Simpson,
Charles Danielson and '.Victor Fors
berg, of Kelso, were seen in Eagle
Born, to the wife of Ole Ameisegger, a
boy, on July 17th. This accounts tr
the broad smile on Ole's countenance.
Sandy Ridge Sunday school has been
discontinued on account of the warm
weather and poor attendance.
By the request of if rs. Vancuren a
party was given at her home in honor of
Mesdames E.istabrook, Clark and Cur
rin on Friday, July 1!. A huge and
very pleasant crowd attended, and tell
of the good time and the excellent din
ner. Each lady pieced a quilt block for
M's. Kastabrook, as she was a former
re-ident of this place and allwi-rv her
friends. At noun the tables were!
graced wall all the good things these
lands hold, and our fair .ladies are capa
ble of preparing, and to say that the din
ner was appreciated by all speaks lightly
of it indeed. Those present were: Mes
dames Vancuien. Clark, Eas'abnx.k,
Cunin, How list, Baker, Foster, Kellogg.
Gibson, Fonester, Simpson. Duncan,
Muggins, Winesott.Braekett, Gerhardus,
lVatgless, Burnett. Wiitern, (.Hover,
Alspsujii; Mis-es Doia Brackett, Willie
Alsp.mh, Lena Vancuren and Mr.llow
lllt lv-i,!es many chi dien.
Vis. Lota Kellovg an 1 daughter, of
Oregon Oiiy, are visiting the former's
!r '.r Nosli St'Di'ley, nf this place.
Mr. Krst, of Portland, the guest
of Mi. Sinn son un l f irmly Saturday
an i Sunday.
" I tri?d Ayer's Hair Vigor to g
stop my hair from falling. One
half a bottle cured me."
J. C. Baxter, Braidwood, 111.
Ayer's Hair Vigor is
certainly the most eco
nomical preparation of its
kind on the market. A
little of it goes a long way. 1
11 uucsii i iuivc liiuta ui
it to stop falling of the
hair, make the hair grow,
and restore color to gray
hair. $1.00 a bottle. AM drujrbti. . ft
If your druerffist cannot supply you,
send us one dollar and we will express P
you a bottle, do Bure anagive tne name
of your nearest express office. Address,
J. C. A.YER CO., Lowell, Mass.
The boys and girls of Eagle Creek
gave a picnic to the bridge Sunday. Af
ter lunch they indulged in a game of
baseball. Dura Belle.
F'arraers are about through haying,
and will begin harvesting a good crop of
grain this week.
Tomp Yocum has just purchased in
Portland one of the latest improved Case
threshing machines with wind stacker,
self feed, etc.
Brother Rich preached at Garfield
Sunday to good audiences. His daugh
ter' Miss Bertha, accompanied him.on
Rex. Exon preached at Zion Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall took dinner
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Gid Krig
baum. Mr. Krigbaum is usually quiet,'
and modest, but he must have gotten ex
cited this time as we understand when
he got home, Mrs. Marshall said to him,
"Why Milt, I don't believe this is your
coat." He had traded with Mr. Krig.
baum aud not knowing it, In fact, Mr.
M. did not know it himself.
One of Garfield's esteemed citizens,
John Porter, was accidentally killed
Monday at McBride's woodyard by a
runaway team. Funeral occurred to
day from the Zion church. The heart
felt sympathies of our people go out to
his mother aud other relatives in this
July 27. Fern.
The heat and dust are quite notice
able, and a good rain would be quite a
help to some of the late crops.
The binders will be running in full
blast this week. The fall wheat and
winter oats are both nearly ripe.
T. H. Sconce and family were the
guests of L. B . Yoder and fami ly last
T here was a large congregation out to
hear Rev. Wingfleld preach Sunday at
The Bocial given by the Woodmen
at Needy was largely attended . It was
a decided success both socially aud fi
nancially. Miss .Sadie Crocker is at home from
Portland. She expects to remain out
here for the rest of the Bummer.
Mrs. Twomy, of Portland, is the guest
of Mrs. Joseph Schwartz this week.
Rev. J. M. Dick will preach at Smyr
na church next Sunday at 11 o'clock,
John Johnston has gone to Eastern
Oregon. While there he will work at
the carpenter trade.
Yoder, Schwartz & Co. will move their
threshing outfit home from the Herman
place this week. S.
Card of Thanks.
We take this means of expressing our
kind appreciation of the many acts of
kindness performed by sympathetic
friends during the last illness of the late
Mrs. N. O Bissell.
A. Bissell, W. E. Bissell, Mr. and Mrs.
Weldon Shank, Mrs. E. E. Martin, H. J.
Bissell, members of the family.
A School Benefit.
On Saturday evening, July 27th, (here
will be an entertainment at the Carus
school house for the benefit of the
school supply fund. This will be the
third affair of the kind given by the
young people of that place, and from
all indications the program will surpass
any previously presented. Songs, reci
tations, dialogues, and an address by
Howard M. Brownell will features of the
program. After the free program there
will be a sale of ice cream, candy, etc.,
the proceeds to be appropriated for the
purchase of supplies (or the school.
COD N'T Y TREASURER'S NOTICE.
I now liftve funds to pay county warrants en
dorsed prior to June 2sth, 1698. And alo
road warrants endorsed prior lo November 10th,
Interest will ceiiae on tlw abova included war
rants on the date hereof.
Treasurer Clackamas Count;-, Or.
Pated, Oregon City, July 26th, l'JOI.
$130 Reward $100.
The readrrs of tltit paper will be pleased to
learn that thoie is at least one dreaded die;ie
that i-eienoe hiis been able to euro in all its
stage, and that is Catarrh. liaM's Catarrh Curp
i the only po itive cure knewn to the medical
fraternity. Catairh being a constitutional dis
ease, req'iirea a eonst national treatment. Hail'g
Catarrh Cure is taken internally, actin r directly
npon the blooJ a,d nnuH.u surfaces of the sys
tem, thereby destroying the foundation of the
.lieasf and giyinur lhe ratient st eneth by
buiUiins; up the constitution and assisting nature
in doinff its work. The proprietors have so much
faitii in lis euratiye powers, that thy cCVr One
Hundred liollsrs for any ease that t fails to
cure. Send for list of testimonials.
Address. F. J. CIIKXET A CO., Toledo, O.
7"SoUl by rrureists, 7..
Hall's Fatuiiy I'ltis are the best.
Guernsey bull at Bestow place, near
Ahernethy bridge. Season, $1 50.
Tv.ia signature is on every box of ttte genuine
Laxative BromaQuinine Tbieu
'he remedy that etiree toM la ene day
Kegaii on Monday,
July 8, lOOl
All Goods Marked Down
Some Away Below Cost
Sevtral dozen Boy's and Misses Shoes at $1.00 a pair.
Children's Shoes at 50c a pair. Must make room for "Fall"
McKITTRICK "The Shoe Man
Next Door to Bank of Oregon City
F. S. All Nice Clean Goods
POPE & CO.
Hardware, Stoves. Syracuse Chilled and Steel Plows,
Harrows and Cultivators, Planet Jr., Drills and
Hoes, Spray Pumps, Imperial Bicycles.
PLUMBING A SPECIALTY
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The reason sufferers are not cured by Doctors Is because ninety per cent are tronbled witn
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GEO. A. HVRDING, Druggist
than in Portland
sTht Fair Stored
Sleeveless Vests, 5c and up
Ladies' Black Hose, 7c and up
Children's Black Hose, 5c and up
Men's Medium Weight Under
wear, 25c a garment 1
"Radiant," substitute for silk, 3
balls for 10c
Ladies' and Children's Polkadot
Stockings, 10c a pair
Handkerchiefs, 2c and up
A car load of milk
crocks just received and
will sell at 8 c per gal
lon. W. L. Block,
The Portland City & Oregon Railway
Company will run cars every 30 minutes
between Oregon City and Portland Sun
day. A delightful ride for only 25 cents
thn rnnnti trin T!ia rura run e'pqi
through to Canemah on that day.
Grand Millinery Sale begins today at
Miss Golds niith'e.
Oregon City iC Portland River
The new steamer "Leona" will go on
this route May 30lh. making four round
trips every day. This boat has been
limit especially for the Oregon City and
Portland rou'e by the Graham Bros., of
the Oregon City Transportation Oom
panj. They beiieve the time has come
when good pae.tn;?er and freight boat
will receive enough patronage from the
two cities to support the same The
time card will be it follows: Leave Ore
eon City at 7 and 10 a. m , 1 :30 and 4 :30
p. m" . Leave Portland 8:30 and 11:30
a. ni., 3 :30 and 6 :(f) p. m. Round trip
will lm 2j cents.
At mH 4njg tran.
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After one replication sf Banner Salve it
began to heal and after three applica
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