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OREGON CITY COURIER-HERALD. FRIDAY. AUGUST 2, 1901
I CLACKAMAS COUNTY NEWS j
As this in the first time any notes
from Uiis place have appeared in the
.tolnmns of the Courier-Herald, we will
to our nest to let you know that we are
not dead yet, as we think ourselves
worthy of intermixing with the outer
Haying season is almost over.
Warm vujather still continues
C Ci Vorhit'H was transacting busi
ness in the county peat Fridav last.
Miss Tessa Larkin and Miss Katie
Dunlavy, of Marquam, were visiting
their many frieudi in this community
A umnher of our bnys attended the
icecream social at Scott's Mills, and
all reported having had a jolly time.
Mr. Slaughter is freighting for Mr.
Bert Wade made a trip to Marquam
A. T Hleating. of Portland, is visit
ing friends in our burg this week.
A. I. Muzineo, who has been work
ing in a lodging camp near Kanier for
the ra't year, returned home on a viBit
to his pareuts, but has again left for his
0. A. Ryan bad a desperate encounter
with three beats last .Saturday. Hav
ing onlv a gun and line shot to defend
himself his chances were slim, although
he killed one and wounded the other two
in the engagement and brought his
prize into camp without a scratch. The
boys are scouring the woods for the
other two, and also to secure the honors
H?rve Hartman, of Stotts Mills, was
haulinii shinnies from the Wilson
shingle camp laBt week.
Mis. Orouse and Mr. Wilson went
berry picking at Seedom one day last
Jake Gtoshong lias lentedthe Widow
Nicholson place, who intends to go to
Eastern Oregon soon .
Flowers, ribbons, fancy chiffrons
great sacrifice. Miss Goldsmith.
Mrs. Eva Maplethorpe and family, of
Willamette, are out visiting her parents
Fiester Cadon au left for Eastern Ore
goi Friday morning to work during
Hannah Scbiewe was the guest of
Delia Henderson Wednesday.
Ida Wilson, who is working at Park
place, came borne Sunday and made a
short visit with her parents.
Frank llittner look a load of blocks to
Oregon City for his father . Miss Ferah
Wilson accompanied him, and she will
remain there for a week visiting with
While Frank Wilson was splitting
wood yesterday morning his five-year-old
sitter, Lydia, ran under the ax re
ceiving a severe gash on her nose.
Henry Turner has returned to Port
land to work.
July 27. Lali.a Rookii.
Several of the farmers are harvesting
their grain. Most of them will have a
good crop of oats .
Mrs. Nettie Kiggs went
one day last week.
Jacob Grader, of New Era, has been
visiting relatives and friends in this vi
cinity for the past week.
T. J. Grimes, who was thrown from
his horse about two weeks ago, ia get
ting well rapidly.
Horn, July 25th to the wife of L. P.
Burns, a son. Mother and child are
getting along nicely.
Johnnie Cruder, of New Era, visited
his sister, Mrs. J. il. Burns, Sunday
John and Perry Burns have been
harvesting for George Kauch tor the past
Miss Sarah Boals is visiting at the
homo of Mr. Garrett.
John Thomas lias gone to Russell
mines to woik.
Mrs. Charles Pembroke visited Mrs.
L P. Burns one day last week.
Mr, and. Mrs T. J. Grimes visited
Mr. and Mrs. John Bums laBt Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs, George Kauch went to
Canity last Saturday.
Mis. Webb, of Portland, is visiting
Mrs. II. S. 0. Phelps.
Mrs. Cooke nnd Mrs. Barber, of Ore
gon City, visited Mrs. Geoige Rauch
one day last week.'
John Burns went toCanby last Mon
day on business.
Joseph Perringer has been helping
Miko Uuirass harvest for the past week.
A beautiful line of baby bonnets and
hats, ail reduced, at Miss Goldsmith.
Pleuna nt Jlill.
Tint weather is line and the binders
are running i" every direction.
Smallpox L a thing of the past and
would have been forgotten u i.-o if
it liadn'; been for a certain doe. or in
Mrs. F. M. Baker is very sick, and
her recovery is doubtful.
Henry Baker, who cut his fo.it a short
time ngu and came near bleeding to
death. is getting along nicely.
K. I., linker lost a yalahle mare one
day last week by being snagged.
Mi.-ses Annie nnd l.ttlti Meyers, of
Portland, tiro visiting with their cousin,
Mrs. II 1!. Baker.
John and (M s Davi, of Lafayette,
and Arthur Baker, of Jed'erson, ate
spending a few days with their uncle,
Aaron and Jim MeConiioll have dng
dou n -15 feet in Jay Baker's well, and
have not reached water vet.
Tom is a good boy. lie lets the boys
sit on the fence and watch old Jack, but
the btei ze. -
' Norm says, "whoa, jump in Andry,
we'll catch" Via.
A number of the farmers are cutting
their fall grain,
Mr. and Mrs. Davis were visiting
the home of G. W, hrce Sunday.
Pouitlas Flinn, who ow ns property in
thi section, was down from Eastern Or
egon on a visit.
Charles Boynton went to Oregon City
a few days ago to get some blacksmith
J. J. Mallatt and family were visiting
at the home of W. M. Wallace last Sunday.
Miss May Davis was the guest of Miss
Elva Erickson Sunday.
Mrs. Ida Dodge is visiting her pa
rents at present.
Mr. and Mrs. Barger were visiting
their daughter, Mrs. F. M. Manning,
Katie Lyons has gone to her home at
Lyons with her cousin, Frank Manning.
John Lamm wept to Silverton last
Sunday on a visit.
Agnes Wallace was the guest of Katie
Lyons last Sunday.
Mrs. U. W. Force has a little baby
girl at her home, of which she is very
proud of. iSUNCHY.
at Miss Goldsmith.
on all trimmed hats
Most of the farmers have their hay in
and some of the wheat is nearly ready
to cut. . .
T K Orem went to Olarkes Saturday,
R. P. Cooper and family visited Mr.
Dickey's relatives Sunday,
Blackberries are plentiful in this
D. H. Loonev was in town Saturday.
A, L. Larkins and family and Mrs.
Kay visited Mrs. Wilson at Beaver
Mr. Bohart, of Dennison, Iowa, was
visiting old friends here .a short time
ago. He intends to locate in Oregon,
Currinsville has not been heard from
for a long time, but it is still alive.
Miss Anna liarkenrider, who was
taken to the hospital at Portland a few
weeks ago to undergo an operation for
appendicitis, is sloly improving.
Misses Ella, Francis and Olive Currin
are visiting relatives and friends in
urrinsville and Snrinewater.
Mrs. Stone is still on the sick list, and
she does not seem to get any better.
J. W. Stone came home Saturday ana
returned Sunday to his work at Orient.
Mrs. J. W. Lewellan and daughter,
Sallie, of Springwater, were visiting
Mrs. Lewellen's siBter, Mrs. Hale, Sat
urday and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Laufman ar
rived. Sunday from Fairhaven, Wash,,
and are visiting the latter's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Kitching.
Everything in the Millinery line at a
great reduction. Miss Goldsmith.
F. E. Barnes has anew watch.
Charles Turner made a flying trip to
Portland on Monday to get some extras
for his binder.
Albert Turner and wife spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Turner at
Charles Thompson has just hnisheu
moulding 47,000 bricks. He will be
ready to fire the kiln in about two
Moser, Peters & Elligsen Oo. will try,
their new thresher the latter part of
Henry Truby, sr., is building an adr
dition to his barn.
The M. B. A. lodge will give an ice
cream social and dance at Wilaonville
hall on August 10th.
Fred Elligson has purchased a new
Dr. Aden, who occasionally visits the
swamp, reports that the onions are look
ing very gjod.
Miss Anna Truby mourns the loss of a
$45 cow, which Bhe had just sold.
E.,8. Kruee and sister, Lavina, are
visiting relatives at Sandy.
Charles Turner says there is a new
kind of fever raging between here and
the river, an I he ia going to haye Dr.
Aden to give it a thorough investiga
tion. Miss Dora and Oscora Soderback, of
Portland, are visiting at Ihe home of J.
G. Aden this week.
As Wilhoit has not appeared in your
columns for some time the world may
suppose that she is dead, but don't be
deceived for she is in full blast.
The hotel of this place iscrowded with
hoarders, and quite a number of camp
ers are on the grounds.
Last Saturday evening the people of
Wilhoit gave another pleasant party.
Everyone had a good time.
Hops are looking line in this vicinity,
and a large crop is expected. Mr,
llattman had two red haired hoy
working in his yard all spring, but the
hops grew so fast that he had to take
the bovs out of the yard altogether.
Another ice cream social was held at
Scotts Mills Saturday evening. Every
one had a good time.
La-t Tueid.iy evening the people of
Will.o t an t vicinity enj ed x pleas.int
tints at. a pirty givvu at the hill.
We guarantee that the Eccentric
Sprocket wheel on this machine will
give an alwlnte cain of U-3 per cent
of power at the time of tieing and dis
The force feed eleva'or will waste
lef grain than any other.
There Is less shattering.
The Belief Bake keeps inner etui of
Eeryone of those using Champion
Binders says it has no equal .
Send for Catalogue.
Mitchell, Lewis & Staver Co.
First and Taylor Sts.
rOBTLAND, - OREGON
This rjlace is eettiniz to be a popular
resort, and is being liberally patronizad
by picnic parties and other gatherings
during the eummer months.
Mr, Slaughter, or Missouri ruage, is
still on the road herding his 'four-horse
team with a whipstalk live feet long and
a lash six feet long to herd them in the
Mrs. Millie Nicholson has rented her
farm to Jake Groshong, and she will
start for Eastern Oregon in a few days,
where she will make her home this sum
mer with her son.
Mrs. Minnie Blackney, of Eastern
Oregon, is visiting her mother Mrs.
Millie Nicholeoo, who resides on Mis
souri Ridge. She will return home in a
Everyone is excited over tue capture
of a b -ar last Saturday . Charlie Ryan,
of this place, was going to his farm near
juarquam wun ins euoigun uu ins
shoulder when he spied a large bear on
a root eamg blackberries. He soon
emptied his gun, but the old bear came
down on the root, as it she had only naa
a scare. On looking around Charlie saw
two cubs, and soon had one of them ly
ing on the ground. He returned to this
place and reporting what had happened,
he with a number of others hunted for
the. two other bears, but no trace of
them could be found.
Mrs. Jane Milstead. who has been
working in a hotel at Oregon City for
the past three months, is home again.
Andv Mazingo, who has been work
ing in a logging camp for the past year,
was in this burg last week spending a
f jw days with his old friends.
Tenny Blackney, who has been work
ing in Portland, is in our burg visiting
his.friends and relatives. -
Bert Wade will starf for Eastern Ore
gon in a few days, where he will herd
sheep this eummer.
Great clearance sale. Miss Goldsmith
Haying is over, and harvest is at
Blackberrying seems to be the rage
this week. .
Two new arrivals at Garfield on July
24 A girl at Fred Davis' and a boy at
Frank Irvin's. "
Some people complain of (he hot
weather, but we think it very delightful
compared with the Kansas hot winds.
The sisters of 'the Methodist church
surprised their pastor, Bro. Exon,-with
a lovely quilt.
Several of our neighbors attended ihe
campmeeting at Viola last Sunday. They
bring back good reports. - Fern.
Miss Mattie Terry is in Portland as
sisting in the care of her sister, Eva,
who has been ouite ill.
Joseph Graham and Frank Weed left
for the hot springs at Collins, Wash.,
last Monday. They expect to be gone
for two weeks.
D. C, Booms went up in the hills to
look after his timber claim last week
Kev. Dnnlap and Mr. Barmore have
gone to the mountains to look after a
few deer and trout they hare up there.
Ed Shull had to quit his job at Oak
land and rtturn home, as he has a
bail case of poison oak.
Dr. Dedman ,and family left Monday
for Wilhoit, where they will remain for
James Koclier is laid up with a lame
arm caused by too much hard work.
Mr. Henshaw, our agent.has returned
to his duty again after a few days' ab
sence at Newbers and Marion.
Henry Knight was taken very sick last
Sunday evening. He went to Oregon
City to consult Dr. Liar 11, who did not
give him much encouragement for his
recovery . ,
Fred Lucke, has arrived from the
East and is visiting with bia brother,
Charles, and family. He expects to re
main here several weeks.
H. B. Elworthy and family, of Port
land, are camping on the camp grounds.
They will here for two weeks.
Andrew Kocher sold Shaler & Co., of
Molalla, a new separator and engine,
which was taken off the train here. Mr.
Mr.Shaferhas one of the best outfits
for threshing in the county.
Quite a number of Needyites attended
the K. P. picnic at Hubbard Saturday
and reported having a pleasant time.
Dick Garrett and family and Fred
Watson and wife went to Soda Springs
Saturday and returned home Monday.
Jake Kauil'man and Dave Scholl, of
Hubbard, passed through Needy enroute
to the mountains.
There are eight men here from Tort
land putting up poles and wires for the
telephone. They expect to have it fin
ished by Saturday night.
Mrs. Tena Kramer is home again
- Mrs. Minnie Foi tune, of Portland, is
visiting leiatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Will, Jr., of Au
rora, went, through Needy on their
wheels a lew days ago.
There are several emigrants here frjm
the East looking for farms.
Miss Zora Fish went to Woods, Or.,
with the Crocker family Sunday.
There will he a grand ball Saturday'
ntght at Independence hall. Every
We are having plenty of hot weather
now. Yesterday was the hottest day of
the season so far
llaivestiig is well under way, and
nearly all the prospects are for a good
Miss Annie Johnston lias returned
from Oregon City to her home, where
she will make a short visit.
The iee cream social given atEiliott
Prair'e asutt -nde 1 by a hayrack load of
ycu ig pei pleof this place. A good lima
nnd lots ot cream were reported.
Profess r E. M. Y uler and family ac
companied by Miss Wolverton, are vis
iting with tiid former's parents this
John Cr.cker left here Monday for
jOivan Park. His sister, Nellie, and
j Mis Zoe Fish accompanied him.
E. J. OarUer and family, of Colorado,
I ara visiting friends in this neighbor
i hood. They expect to 1 tc ite here.
Mis. H L Yoderwas visiting rela-
live at Silverton one day la-it week.
Mrs. John Lantz.of Portland, was the
' guest of Mr J. Schwartz for a few days.
' Rev. W. Purker, of Yaneotiver, was
: vi-iting fiiends here this week,
j Mr. and Mrs. R. Garrett and their
son and daughter, together with Mr.
"1 have used Ayer's Hair Vigor
for thirty years. It is elegant for
a hair dressing and for keeping the
hair from splitting at the ends."
J. A. Gruenenfelder, Grantfork, 111.
friendships. If' the hair-.
spfec?ng is done on your
own head, it loses friends
for you, for every hair of 1
your head, is a triena. g
Ayer's Hair Vigor ia
advance- will prevent the
splitting. If the splitting
has begun, it will stop it. g
$1.00 a bottle. All driijglals. f
If your dnnrffist rnnnot supply yon,
send us one doilur anil we will exproae
you a bottle. lie biire and reive tlie mime
of your nearest express oflie.e. Address,
I J"' AV'l'Ofn IniAll TV.I-.ao
and Mrs. Fred Watson, were camping at
Wilhoit for a couple of days last ween.
C. C Molson,of Needy, passed through
Mr. and Mrs. T. Witson, of Washing
ton, are visiting with the former'e
brother, of this place.
July 30. . S.
The weather is uncomfortably warm ,
although everybody is busy and all is
Haying is almost over, although a few
are working yet
Most all of the Eagle Creek people at
tended the basket meeting at Currins
ville Sunday, and all repoited having
had a pleasant time and a good dinner
Eaule Creek is nearly overflown witti
Mrs. McCnllough and Mrs. McCoy, of
Portland, are the gueBts of Mrs. E. N.
Miss Nettie Bradley, of Oregon City,
is visiting Miss Pearl .roster.
Mrs. Flemming, of Portland, is visit'
inn her mother. Mrs. E. Wilbern.
Mrs. Vancuren will leave for Portland
Tuesday, where Bhe wilL remain several
Manv people are going to the moun
tains for berries and an outing.
Mrs. E. L. Deyoe and daughter, of
Portland, are the guests of .Mrs. J. P.
Miss Tollie Shull, of Portland, is vis
iting Mrs. Suter and family, of this
Dr. C. B. Smith and family have gone
to the coast to remain for a few weeks
Miss Hannah Johnson is the guest of
Mrs. H. b . Gibson.
Mrs. L Glover met with quite a ser
ious accident last week by iturting her
baud on a fence. She has sintered con
siderable with it, 'hut it is now improv
Miss Flora Deen, of Kelso, was the
guest of Miss Myrtle Winesett Thurs
day. Mrs. Simpson and Mrs. Duncan went
to the mountains Saturdrv.
Albert Bell, of Kelso, was in Eagle
Ben Forrester, Geoige and Henry
Wilson and Oren Ballow went to the
burns Sunday to pick blackberries.
Miss Lillie Hoffmeister was visiting
her sister-in-law on Sandy Kidge Itiurs
Kol Douglass and his new buggy were
in Eagle Creek Saturday evening Is
that the reason the girls are all making
"goo-goo eyes at Rolhe?
Mrs. Darling's sister, of Mount Au-
bern, Benton county, Iowa, is visiting
here thin month.
Mrs. Mertie 0. Lewie and children, of
Russellville, Multnomah county, were
visiting relatives here Thursday and
Fridav of last week.
Mr. Lewellen is building a new wood
J. W. Currin is having lumber hauled
for a new house.
Messrs. F.'M. Darlirig and J. N. Har
rington spent a few days of last week in
El wood Frost returned home last
week, and he ij now working for Mr
George Everliart, of Molalla, was in
this burg Monday.
Frank Ringo has a large carbuncle on
Mr. and Mrs. Beattia spent Wednes
day in Portland, where they were trans
Julia and Johnnie May are visiting at
Beaver Creek this week.
CASTOR I A
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The Kind You Have Always Bought
Clticapo Oottaxe Organ at Block's.
$130 Reward $100.
The readers of this paper will l pleased to
learn ttntt thoie is at least one dreaded disease
Unit science has been able to cure in all its
singes, and thnt is Catarrh, lla'l's Catarrh Cure
is Ihe only positive cure known to the medical
fraternity. Caurrh being a constitutional dis
ene. requires n constitutional treatment. Hall's
Catarrh Cure is taken interrally, nelin r dir.cily
upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the sys
tem, thereby destroying the foundation of the
disease and- giving the patient stietiRth by
building up the constitution and nssisling nature
in doing its work. The proprietors have s i much
faith in its curative powers, tluit thty offer One
llmalrcil Hollars for any case that It fails to
cure. Send for list of testimonials.
Address, F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
UrSoM tv rrujsists, 75c.
Hall's Family Tills are the best.
(iueriisey bull at
Bestow pi u'e, near
Season, $1 5J.
TL'ia signature is on every box of the genuine
Laxative BroraoQuinine Taweu
the remedy that etirnj a cold in ne day
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Jialy 8, 19 1
All Goods Marked Bqvii
Some Away Below Cost
Several dozen Boy's and Misses Shoes at $i.oo a pair.
Children's Shoes at 50c a pair. Must make room for "Fall"
McKinRICK "The Shoe Man"
Next Door to Bank of Oregon City
P. S. All Nice Clean Goods
OREGON CITY GUN STORE
H. W. JACKSON, Prop.
Largest Line of Shot
Prices to suit
REMEMBER THE PLACE
Jackson's Bicycle Shop
Opposite Huntley's -
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E. GE0. A. HIRDING, Druggist
than in Portland
The 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
"Radiant," substitute for silk, 3
balls for 10c
Ladies' and Children's Polkadot
Stockings, ioc 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 Etilway
Company will run cars every 30 minutes
between Oregon City and Portland Sun
day. A delightful vide for only 25 cents
the round trip. The cars run deal
through to Canemah on that day.
Grand Millinery Sale begins today
Oregon City C Portland Hirer
The new steamer "Leona" will eo on
this route May 30th, making four round
trips every day. This boat has been
limit especially for the Oregon Oily and
Portland route by the Graham Bros., of
the Oregon City Transportation fom
pany. They believe the time- has come
when a good passenger and freight boat
will receive enough patronage from the
two cities to support the same. The
time card will be as follows: Leave Ore
gon City at 7 and 10 a. m., 1:30 and 4:30
p.m.. Leave Portland 8:30 and 11:30
a.m., 3:30 and 6:03 p.m. Round trip
will be 25 cents.
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