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OREGON CITY COURIER-HERALD, FRIDAY, AUGUST 2, 1901
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LOCAL AND PERSONAL g
Miss Glover, of Eagle Greek, baa been
visiting Mrs. H. S. Gibson.
Mrs. K. H. Everhart has returned to
her home at Molalla from Ely.
Misa Lizzie Stover of tbia city lelt Au
gust 1st for Renville, Minn., to visit.
W, S. U'Ren returned home Wednes
day troin a business trip to Eastern Oregon-
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Mrs. A. T. Muir is slowly Improving
from the effects of her recent severe ill
ness. Mm. J. R. Hanny h&s returned home
from an Eastern visit lasting several
D. 0. Latouretse and family left yes"
terday for several days outing in the vi
ciaity of Mount Hood.
Mrs. H. E. Harris and children went
to Wilhoit Saturday, where they expect
to remain for several weeks.
R. R. Bratton, of Barlow, who went
to Eastern Oregon several weeks ago, re
turned home Tuesday evening.
Louis Toedtemeier returned a number
of days ago irom his trip to Southern
Oregon, and will remain at Stafford.
George Ho'comb, who is interested in
the cannery business at both Portland
and Salem, was in the city Monday.
H. S. Gibson, who had been at Eagle
Creek for a week, breaking wild horses to
ride and work gentle, returned home
Mrs. Tillie Miller, of Oanemah, was fill
ing the place of chief clerk for Receiver
Galloway at the local land office during
the absence of Miss Zilpba Galloway.
M. Michael returned Friday from a
two week's sojourn at Long Beach. Mrs.
Michaels and the children are now tak
ing a few week's recreation at the same
Miss Mina Kelly left Wednesday
morning for Seaview to join her sisters,
Misses May and Amy Kelly, who are oc
cupying the Johnson cottage for the sea
son. Homer Martin, of Mount Pleasant, b
Stanford university student, left for Cal
ifornia Wednesday night to spend the
remainder of the vacation doing tutor
James Yale and wife returned to their
home at Vancouver, Wash., Monday,
having spent a week here visiting Mr.
and Mrs.S. Mohler. The latter is their
W. H. H. Samson has received official
notification that him and Sheriff Frazier,
of Portland, are appointed guards at the
coming auuual session of the state fafr
J. N, Inman and wife departed last
Friday for Oregon City, where they will
visit for a few days before starting for
their home in Hutohins, Iowa. Corval
Ernest Harrington, son of J. S. Har
rington, of Ely, now holds a good posi
tion at MaryEville, Calif. Mrs. Har
rington and child are now visiting rela
Willis Johnson and wife and Frank
Johnson, of Clackamas, left Wednesday
for their Tillamook ranch. Frank will
return after a week, but the others will
remain until late in the fall.
Miss Vera Caufield has gone to the
Good Samaritan hospital in Portland to
take a course in the nurse's training de
partment. Miss Frankie Myers is tak
ing a course at the same institution.
Elders Moffat, Belcher and Matthews
preached at the Primitive Baptist meet
ing on the west side Sundav. The fourth
week in August services will be held at
the home of George Lacroy, near Viola.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Gibson, of Ea
gle Creek, wero ;n the city Wednesday.
Mr. Gibson stated that Frank Drake had
had Bold his farm and sawmill to A. J.
Douglass, and would leave soon for Cali
fornia. C. W Nohlitt arrived in town from
Needy Wednesday, and was informed by
Colman Marks, that he started up his
thresher on Mirk's Prairie Tuesday, and
the Drst stack of fall w eat averaged 22
bushels to the acre.
Misses Kate and Hallie Laster, teach"
era ia the Kuisas City, Mo., schools t
a-e visiting th' ir aunt. Miss M. C. Cus
ter at the home of W. W. H. Samson.
They are on their way home from the
Epwor.h League convention in San
Francisco. . -
Postmaster G. W. Scramlin, of Macks
burg, was- in town Tuesday, having
visited Portland during the day. He
rode down from Macksburg on his wheel
in the morning, reaching here in time
to take the 7 o'clock boat for Portland.
He returned from here on the train in
Rev. Jamea H. Hargreaves, of Dutch
Flat, Calif., left Portland on the 27th,
for a visit to his old home in England.
His address for the next month will be
JNos. 10 and 12, Arcade building, Water
foot, Lancaster. It has been 29 years
since Rev. Hargreaves visited his old
home. Pacific Baptist. He visited rel
atives here last week.
E. C. Greenman, field superintendent
for the Oregon Fish Commission, re
turned home Tuesday from Snake river,
and left Wednesday for Astoria. How
ever, he will return to Snake river, hav
ing recently located a hatchery at Swan
Falls, 30 miles from Boise City, where
he left Frank Brown in charge. They
floated down the Snake in a boat from
Glenn's Ferry to Weiser, a distance of
Deputy-County Assessor John G. For
ter is taking his summer vacation, and
will put in a portion of the time show
ing bis brother, George S. Porter the
summer resorts and other points of in
terest in this section. They will take in
both Seaside and Lone Beach. Tha
Mioses Kalhryn and Fannie Porter will
b members of the party. The latter
has the honor of being the largest per
son that ever climbed Mount Hood, her
weight being about 225 pounds.
L. W. Robbins, of Molalla, was a vis
itor in the citj Tuesday.
Mrs. N. 0. Waldron came down from
Hood River, during the week.
Rev. and Mra. Peter Bott, of Shubel,
were visitors in town yesterday.
District Attorney Harrison Allen, of
Astoria, was in the city yesterday.
Hon. George and his father. J Ogle,
of Molalla, were visitors in town Mon
M. N. Robbins has been spending sev
eral days with relatives in the vicinity of
W. L. U. Cornett, a well known resi
de it of Springwater, was ia the city yes
terday, Guy Reddick left Wednesday for
Clatskanie, where he will rusticate for a
Robert Ginther, the well known
school teacher, of Shubel, was in town
Saturday. N '
Miss Maggio Huffman left Tuesday for
Sumpter to join htr father, who has lo
Miss Esther Williams is very ill at the
home of her parents, Assessor and Mrs.
Mrs. Nellie Fisher, of Weiser, Idaho,
is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
H. J. Hisrding.
Mrs. Ross Charman ia home from a
visit to Mrs. T. A. Mc3ride at Deer Is
land, Columbia countv.
James Hatton, of Stone, will be the
superintendent of the new sub-hatchery
on tue upper tjlackamas.
L. A. Young Las been delayed in
starting for Eastern Oregon on account
of the sickness of his' child.
William Robison, of The Fair, has
been spending the week at St. Martin's
Springs on the Columbia river.
Mrs. O. Tomkins is improving at the
Good Samaritan Hospital, and she may
be able to return home Sunday.
Mrs. Charles Albright chaperoned a
pleasant boating party of young people
on the AVillamette river Tuesday even
ing. Fred Terry and Mr. Springer and
their families are camping on the Clack
amas river, near the trolley lfne bridge
for the summer.
Lee Hardirig. who was conductor on
the Munt Tabor end of the Oregon City
trolley system, is now on the run be
tween here and Portland.
Mrs. George A, Haiding and family
will go to Wiihoit next week to remain
for several weeks. Mr. Harding will
make occasional visits there.
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Story visited the
family of Ed Harrington at Highland
last Sunday. The occasion was memo
rable us it wis the date of the joint birth- j
days of Mr. Story and Wava Harrington.
found some interesting items on that
country, written by Mr. Hamilton. He
says that Mason, who was business man
ager of the old Industrial Herald printed
cere, is now solicitor for a Dawson daily
J. H. Howard was elected one of the
supreme representatives to the grand
conclave of Redmtn, which meets in
New York city in September. There
was quite a contest over the election of
t-vo supreme representatives atthe meet
ing of the grand lodge held in Baker
City last week, but Mr. Howard came
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS.
Born, in Oregon City, Jnly 30th, to
A. J. Bell aud wife, a girl.
The Racket Store will begin a sale of
Dolls next week at cost and below cost.
Map'.e Lane Grange increased by sev
eral new members at its meeting Satur
Services at the Presbyterian church
Sunday, as usual. The puloit will be
New divorce cases filed in the circuit
court are Annie vs J. S. Smith and Mag
gie vs Frank Johnson.
Threshing machine bills and receint
books for 40 and 65 cents at Courier
Herald office while they last.
Lost. Strayed or Stolen One liver and
white pointer dog. Liberal reward for
any information left at Heinz & Co. 'a
Florence M. Huiraux and Fred A.
Friachkon were married in this citv on
iuiy zotn, Kev. trnestJ. W. Alack, of
Fascinators in all colors and kinds. It
will pay you to buy now while we
are closing out all our goods at cost at
the Racket Store.
The Altona has been making river
trips between Oregon City and Portland.
'several times dming the past week, in
place of the steamer Leona.
A marriage license was Issued on the
25th to Anna Mickleson aged 20 and
K. S. Church aged 25. Mrs. Anna Rey
nolds was the license witness.
The connty board of commissioners
will convene next Wednesday morninp.
and the city council will meet in regular
monthly session in the evening. .
Osborn, the blind socialist orator, was
in the city Saturday evening to solicit
subscriptions for the weekly Pacific
Coast Citizen, which be will start in
Many Eoworth Leaguers, visited Port
land this week, and made trips to Ore
gon City on the steamers Leona and Al
tona, and were delighted with the scen
ery, fruits and flowers.
Miss Louisa J LaCrov was married at
the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
G. W. LaCrov at Viola to John C. Bel
cher, of Lewis county, Wash., on July
29th. Rev. W. R. Belcher was the of
There will be a grand Woodmen rally
at Sandy, August 24th. Senator Brown
el will be one of the prominent speak
ers. He also will talk on " Where Rolls
the Oregon," at the Grand Army re-union
at Pleasant Home, next Saturday.
Christian Science services are held in
Willamette hall every Sunday moruine
at 11 o'clock. Subject for Sunday, "Aug.
"Spirit." - Snndav school at 12
O'clock. Wednesday evening meeting
at 8 o'clock. 'J o these services all are
As a result of banging to a wood
wagon, a prevalent practice among small
boys, 10-year old Hall Yoder may lose a
leg. The boy was hanging to a wagon,
and when he let go of bis hold fell under
the vehicle and one of the wheels passed
over his foot severely crushing it.
M. A. Magone states that more Port
land people are visiting the park than
ever before Bince an effort was being
made to establish it as a picnic' resort.
Courteous treatment is what counts. Mr.
Magone has been notified that 80 Phil
ippe war veterans will be up from Port
land next Sunday.
Recently, the six-year old daughter of
Rev. and Mrs. F. O. Butler, of Mar-
quatn, was severely burned about the
Chest, arms and throat, and is now be
ing treated in a Salem hospital. An at
tempt is being made to heal the burns
by grafting skin from the persou of the
child's aunt, Miss Lola Edwards, of
During the past day or two loeirers
have invaded this city in great numbers.
They are men connected with the big
log drive of C. K.. Spaulding. There are
8.000,000 feet in ihe drive and they are
taking them to Oregon City. The drive
is just above town and will pass through
in a day or two. Cervallis Times.
Gottfried Wallace. ho is hanline-
lumber from Highland for the new Btrat-
ton building, says that some one carried
away the long rope attached to his brake
rod while be was getting a break-down
repaired. Mr. Wallace hopes that the
rope will be returned: otherwise, do-
voutedly expresses a wish that the pos
sessor may hang himself.
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Stafford, of Al
bany, have issued invitations for a
double wedding to take place at their
borne on Wednesday, August 7th. two
of their daughters being contracting par
ties on one side. At this time Martin
LeRoy Case, of Pullman, Wash,, for
merly a well known resident of Oregon
City, will be married to Miss Winifred
r ranees Stafford, and another sister,
Miss Grace, will wed.Dr. Charles Frank
lin Tilton, of Eugene.
Thj grand initiation of 1000 Wood
men will take place at Mt. Tabor on
Saturday, Aug. 3. There will be a bar
becue, ball game and other sports and
spectacular drill by 15 degree teams free
to all . The initiation of 1000 candidates
will take place in the evening and will
be open to Woodmen only. The round
trip rate by electric car to Mt. Tabor
will be 35 cents, tickets good on 3rd and
"On AugtistSrd, around the stump
A thousand men theGoat will bump."
The second wife of ex-Senator E. T.
Hatch, of McCoy, Polk county, com
mitted suicide by jumping into a well
GOLDEN RULE BAZAAR
Opposite Bank of Oregon City
I Some Bargains in Staple Goods j
Misses' and Boys' Heavy Black Hose ,
Mens Balbriggan Underwear
Children's Handkerchiefs, colored borders.
Men's and Boys' Working Gloves.
Our "New Niagara" Water Sets, with tray
Hoyt's Spring Clothes Pins, 3 doz. in box .
Tanglefoot Sticky Fly Paper, 6 sheets for..
Large Brown Cotton Towels
Men's Purses Charr.ois Lined
Ladies' White Sailor Hats.
Johnson Bros English Semi-Porcelain Cups & Saucers 159c set
Great Reduction in Men's
Mr. Hatch and bis late wife, and that
extreme poor health caused the act.
The Retail Merchants Association nf
Oregon, is the title of a permanent or
ganzation effected in the connty court'
room by lecal .business men Tuesday
night. The constitution submitted by a
special committee previously appointed,
was auopieu. me ooiect 01 the organi
zation as announced is to advance the
commercial interests of Oregon City,
improve roads and market facilities, fos
ter a social spirit among local business
men and advance mutual interests. The
meetings will be held at regular inter
vals monthly. The following officeri
were elected; President, Charles O.
Albright; vice-president. Frank Buschj
secretary, C. Schubel : treasurer. Frank
T. Barlow. The board of directors will
be elected at a meeting to be held next
When the Cosmopolitan, in its Aoril
number, published an essay, at once
clever and philosophic, on "The Ideal
Wife," a demand was created for a pa
per on" 1 he Ideal Husband" by the
same author Lavina Hart. The Aug
ust Cosraopolitaa contains an esaav nn
this subject on which few people agree
which is certain not only to prove
widely interesting, but to cause lively
uisuuHsion. in iae same numoer Mrs.
Van Rensselaer Cruger (Julien Gordon)
tells the story of the life of the French
wife with all its tragic commonplace
narrowness. "The woman of small ca
pacity puts up with, and, perhaps, does
much toward maintaining present con
ditions," says the author, "but there are
women of brains who die at an early age
of no disease known to doctors, but
simply from utter weariness."
Mention was made in this paper last
week that an Eastern Oregon horse man,
was arrested at Damascus, and taken to
The Dalles on a charge of horse stealing.
The Dalles Times-Mountaineer makea
the following explanation of the case :
"Hasty action on the part of people who
imagine they have been wronged often
causes unnecessary inconvenience. A
short time ago David A. McKelvay, of
Antelope, took 31 head of horses to Da
mascus, Olackamaa conntv. for Halo.
C. W. Haiuht imagined that among the
lot was a colt belonging to him. and had
a warrant issued for McKelvay'a arrest
and placed in Constable Jackson's hands
for service. Mr. McKelvay was brought
heie Tuesday and given a hearing before
Jtiecoruer uonerty Wednesday, but there
was no evidence whatever that he stole
the colt; in fact, there was no colt in
his band that resembled the one Mr.
Haight had lost, and he was discharged!
Mr. Jackson made a thorough examina
tion of ffie horses Mr. McKelvay took
away, and was satisfied that none of Mr.
Haight's were in the band."
Johnson & Lamb make a specialty c-1
.Everything fresh and clean at the
Willamette Market. Give it a call.
Large stock of Indian Baskets just re
ceived at Golden Rule Bazaar.
Good Times for six months
new Bubccribers or those paying
June and July and August.
Come early and get
a bargain. Misa
Team for Sale-Weight 1100 pounds:
iron grey ; 6 years old: well broke. In
quire at Couner-Herald office.
Order your vegetables, poultry, fish
and lunch goods of the Oregon Citv
Market. Give it a call.
For Sale Five-room house and barn
fuor lots covered with choice fruit trees
Price, reasonable. Apply at this office.
Ice cream made from pure cream and
sods water flavored with pure fruit jui
ces at the Seventh street pharmacy. Dr.
J . Burt Moore, proprietor.
A specialty of gun work and repairing
at Johnson & Lamb's.
Good. Investment Ri Vat frnnt lt
68x105 feet, situate hank nf thnmnn.
drug store, sustable for modern flats or
tuuagee, ior Bale, .rriee 1000. Also 2
lots corner of Jackson and Eighth streets.
Inquire at Commercial Bank.
' Go to the Electric Canh a,ruar .
Bargains. L. Klemsen, Prop.
Christian Science sei-vima p hi.i i
Willamette hall evorv Sundav mni-n!n
at 11 o'clock, appropriate subjects being
discussed at each meeting. Knn,lo-
Qrthnnl of 10 - i 1 . J
v..Uwi i u ui. neunesuay
uieeuug tu o o CIOCK.
Bean the The Kind You llavfl Always Boujjil
Arthur Williams and wife, of Chem-1 near her home last Fridav nieht. About
awa, are visiting hia parents, Assessor
and Mrs. E i Williams. The former is
chef at the Indian school and farm, and
for a number of years held second place
to a like position in the state insane
E. O. Hamilton, of "the Red Front
Store, who went to tbe vicinity of Daw
son Citv last November, returned home
'Tuesday. In another column will be
three years aao a 19-year old daughter
of Mr. Hatch died from the effects of
poison, supposed to have been taken
with suicidal intent; and one year ago
Mr. Hatch's former divorced wife com
mitted suicide at Forest Grove. Mr.
Hatch was formerly a resident of Caue
mah, and is held In the highest esteem
by many old friends here. It is said that
the relations were very amicable between
Nov is the time to take something to
ward off malaria and that tired feeling. Those
of us who cannot go to the seaside or themoun
tains are sure to have an occasional symptom of
malaria. Don't let these symptoms grow but
ward them off by generous doses of Jiina
Tonic, We have been making this Tonic for
the past 10 years and without advertising or
special pushing, the sale has steadily grown un
til we are convinced there is no better "remedy
made for general debility, loss of appetite or any
of the summer ills resulting from lack of change
of air or to close application to business.
Everyone, knows the Tadvantages of
Quinine in malarial conditions.and nearly every
one knows too how it often disturbs the stomach
and otherwise causes unpleasant symptoms; this
is all eleminated by "using, Quina Tonic."- The
extract of the 3 Cinchona Barks'ure held in sol
ution in the finest imported wines, which makes
an idea anti-malarial'tonic. Get a' bottle today.
50 cents and $t.oo.
C. G. HUNTLEY
Cut Rate Druggist
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