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OREGON CITY COURIER-HERALD, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18. 1101
Some and See the Fish
The only original and genuine
It does not swim but has four of the
That ever carried a load.
When you have seen this Fish we want to show
you our line of Buggies, Carriages and Spring
Wagons, also a full line of Plows, Harrows, Drills,
Pumps and Wind Mills, Steel Clad Grubbers.
NORTHWEST IMPLEMENT CO.
203 Front Street
CLACKAMAS COUNTY NEWS I
Here we are. but Cams news is scarce.
Tin re is a gieat deal of typhoid fever
We are having pleasant weather, and
most everybody is busy dicing pota
toes.; Louis and Allie Buckner have been
conlined to their beds for two weeks
with typhoid fever. Their recovery is
II. 0. Inekeep has been working at
Mr. Lindsley's for the pnst week, as he
ia having his barn painted.
llenry Ilomehuh was baling for B.
Faust the other day.
William lnbkeep has been visiting
relatives here, but returned Monday.
There are quite a number from thiB
place going to the carnival.
Frank IShernborn, who has been
working in V. Harris' store, is going to
stay out home for awhile, 1901.
Everybody mwt enjoy the good
weather we are having, as it is the last
that we will likely to have till next
l'tte Sagcr is building a new wood
Bbed, preparing for the long wet win
ter that is coming.
Frank Manning is building a new side
walk to the Mulino store.
Orio Davis came home from Oregon
City last week to visit his parents.
liertha llerron went to Portland last
week to attend the carnival.
The dance givon at ktho hall last Sat
urday was a grand success, There was
pmfru uiaci, outt good music was fur
nished. Mrs. McDonall was visiting her
mother last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Fish were visiting at the
home of J. J. Mallatt Sunday.
1'. l'endleton was visiting at the home
of Mr. Wallace Sunday.
Madge Mulvey attended tke grange
here lust Siituidny.
Johnnie Ericksou has his new bicy
cle after such a long, hopeful waiting.
John Ltinin, who has been working
for the AdkinB IJros. for some time, had
, the niisfoitune to have his leg seriously
cut while snipinga log. The ax glanced
end struck him below the knee cutting
a giudi the length of the bit of the ax.
After going going to town, where it was
properly attended to, he was removed to
a residence near Adkins mill, where if
propirly attended, it is hoped he will
Captain W. l Short and wife, of
Iintibh Columbia, formerly of this place
and of Portland, spent several days here
with the families of 0. T. Tooze, M. C.
Young and Homer Kruse.
Mr. and Mrs. William Murry and
daughters entertained quite a number of
guests Sunday. Among them were
Mr. and Mrs. John Murray, of Butte
ville and Mr. and Mrs. lioss Brissell.
Chi lli's Calkiat and family contem
plate moving over the river.
John linker and wife are to move into
Mr. McCouuick's house at Wilsonville
(Irani Liti'hentaler, Drue Lanker, El
inor Jones and oilier are at the coast.
The Lad it'll' Aid, Society met at Mrs.
William liioht's Friday with about 24
persons in attendance, who spent the
afternoon in the carpet rag business,
singing hymns, and by rending the Bixth
chapter of Matthew, followed with a
prayer by Kev. J. Barber. Cntlee ami
cake wore served, after wh'H, .11 di
paited for their honied.
Best possible to build .
No wanon is or can be better than
a Mitchell, because the cream of
wood etock it nl, only after being
thoroughly seasoned. The agon is
well ironed, well painted, well propor
tioned, and runs the lightest of any.
It is nearly 70 years since the first
Mitchell wagou was built, and they
have been bill continuously ever
lince by the Mitchells. When you
buy a Mitchell, you get the benefit of
this 70 years' experience.
Mitchell, Lewis & Slaver Co.
' Isaac Gordon has remodelled his
house, and largely rebuilt it. When en
tirely finished, as it soon will be, Mr.
Gordon will have as cozy a home in
which to entertain his friends as any
man in the county.
W. M. Deen, who lives in the hills
back of Eagle Creek postoffice, is one of
the staurichest and most uncompromis
ing socialists in the state.
What can be done in the way of suc
cessful farming is demonstrated by the
results achieved by Mr. Vetsch, a Ger
man who conducts a large farm in this
vicinity. Starting jw ith a small capital
in money, but large in the muscle and
native energy, he Las cleared a two
hundred acre farm, and has a dairy of
50 cow.8. The butter he produces brings
the top price in Portland. He buvs the
milk of over 50 cows in his neighbor
hood. Every year his profits run up to
several thousands of dollars. His two
grown sons are partners in the business.
Untiring industry and skillful manage
ment, coupled with the important fact
that he did not move hither and thither
to seek a living without work have made
Mr. Vetch a rioh farmoi- TI,o linr.or.
settler will get on and make money al
most anywnere in tne Willamette valley
if he can get hold of a piece of land.
Chal'leR Zfiplr in hnilrlinrv a tioi.r
, .u h,ui.i.j c. .v ,i uvuog
near the main road, where his friends
wui easny nnu. nun.
Charles Hines and M!sh rnn Poi
Were United in t.lld lunula nf mulrnn.
las Sunday ot. tlio home oi ttieblllle'S
parents. A few friends and relatives
were present. Mr. and Mrs. Hines will
make their home in the wood camp this
muier, miu in me spring tney will move
to their iartn in Dead Man's Valley.
Our school commenenrl loot Mnn.lnv
with only 13 pupils in attendance. Miss
Aura Thompson is the teacher.
Most of the farmers have commenced
their fall work, but it io vt ton rlrv ir,
do good work.
Charles Seely, of Wooaburn, was a
visitor at F. Elligson's home Sunday.
Misa Lvdia Aden. of Pnrtl unit nttandml
the llines-Peters wedding Sunday.
mr. iseeman lias moved to the upper
camp fcr the winter.
Jfred Rollermier has resumed his
work in the logging camp, and is home
for the winter.
Hon. George Aden is working in the
Wilsonville Cash store.
Aden and Peters threshed over 145
bushels of clover seed this season.
Hon. J. L. Km SO mill fllmilv attr.,la,1
the Portland exposition Saturday night.
x nere is some talK ot graveling tlio
Wagner hill road,und the woik ought to
be done before the roads get muddy.
There will be a hnn at. Wit ann villa
Mrs. Moran has returned from bir
visit to Everet, Wash.
Mr. Moran has gone to Iowa, where ho
will visit with relatives.
Born, to Mrs. Elaie Blood, a dmiLlitir.
Born, to the wife of Charles Elv, Oct.
11, 19(11, a son.
F. M. Bin ling is teaching penmanship,
reading and spelling at the Y. M. 0. A.
Mr. and Mrs. Fischer and Miss Fenrl
Bennett were visitimr their crandimrents
Mr. and Mrs. F. Bollard, Monday and
Miss Myrtle Currin is visiting Miss
r.it'uni vnmnium hi Miunel this week.
Mrs. Gillett and children spent Satur
day and Sunday nt Tualatin, Washing
ton C"U'itv, with her fattier.
J. W Swall'.iril was elected superin
tendent of the Sunday school here last
Sunday, hb Mr. lirownell could not act
All who are interested iu the Maple
Lano Grange No. 2!HI, P. of H will
please attend the pie social next Satur
Another tocial will be given at Nash's
Mrs. Henry Samson, a pioneer of
1853, died at her home near Needy
Sunday morning, Oct. 13th. The funeral
cervices were held Tuesday morning at
Rock Creek church. .Mrs. Samson was
born November lSih, 1818, in Somerset
county, Penn. She was married to Mr.
Samson September p.'th, 1839, and they
crossed the plains in 1853, arriving here
October 1st. Eleven children were Iwm
to them, six of w hom are living. They
are William Samson, of Oregon City ;
Mrs. Mary Hardeaty, of Needy; Marion
Samson, of Needy ; Mrs. Ovie Jackson,
of Ely ; Mrs. Ethel Spangler, of Cams;
Miss Lottie Samson, of Needy. Mrs.
Samson will be remembered kindly by
many of the pioneers of Clackamas
Our prices showed. Your money
saved in millinery at Red Front Store.
Juliui Spagl returned borne from
H. Johnson took his daughter, E lkh ,
to St. Vincent's hospital Saturday for
Mrs. Robinson, lister of William
Moreland, is visiting here.
Charles Spagle went to the carnival
Mrs. Noblittand daughters, Mr. and
Mrs. Alldridge, of Hubbard, visited at
Mrs. Samson, an old pioneer of Clack
amas county, died at her home Sunday.
She had been an invalid for many
months. Mrs. Samson leaves a huBband.
several children and grandchildren to
mourn hr loss.
We are having pleahant weather, and
the farmers are busy digging their late
potatoes. They yield about 100 bushels
to the acre and are of a good bright qual
i.y. Died, at her home, Mrs. Francis, wife
of Michael Plasky, on Oct. 10th, at 1
o'clock, from an operation. The re
mains were interred in the Zion ceme
tery near Canby on the 11th, at 12
o'clock. The funeral services were con
ducted by Rev. Schoenberg. Deceased
was aged 36 years and 7 months, and
leaves a husband, two sons and a host
of friends to mourn her sad demise.
Our school ia progressing nicely w ith
Prof. Mack as principal.
The Oak Grove school commenced on
Oct. 17th with Prof. Marsh as teacher.
Supervisor J. Heinz is putting in a
bulkhead to protect Goode's bridge. He
is also graveling the newly graded hill,
which was getting in a very bad condi
Our happy shoemaker is quite a rust
ler in the milk market. He has added
two new customers since last week.
We were misinformed in regard to a
slatement of Bale, which we made in laet
week's items. It was not Mr. Murdock
of this place, who was to have the sale,
but a brother of his, who resides near
Fine weather we are having at pres
ent. The ground is getting almost too dry
There has been considerable fall grain
Dan rialpruner has moved into his
Hairy Hibbard returned Sunday from
Washington, where he has been em
ployed in a logging camp.
It seems to be the fad nowadays to
Btop a man in the road after night and
make him give up bis shiners, says Bert
George, if you are'going into the sheep
business, don't trade your watch for a
Hello I The Marks Prairie correspond
ent would make a monkey laugh tlo see
him ride a wheel, but, the way fie will
take the boys to court this fall won't be
P. J. Ridings went to Portland Mon
Alex Taylor and wife passed through
our town Sunday.
If somebody slipped $5 into your
pocket you would , consider it a cindly
act. This is practically what we are do
ing when we offer such reductions in
millinety. Red Front Store.
R A. and Silas Wright have finished
their line fence, another improvement
to their farms.
Dee Wright is working for Uncle Billy
We are glad to state that William
Vanghan, Jr., is improving rapidly and
will soon be able to be around again.
Mrs. McDonald leaves Friday to join
her husband at Troutdalo.
J. Akins and wifo were called to Mr.
Adkins' (her father) bedside, Sunday,
who is lying very low.
Our school started September 30th,
with Miss Miller, of Oregon City, as
Last Saturday was gala day at Grange
hall No. 40. There U where you get
your dinner. The old as well as the
young have a good time.
Mr. Wilcox lias sold the Wright's
Springs picnic grounds to Mr. Park, of
Portland. Rumor says he is going to
turn it into a hop field.
John Rhodes has rented Levi Steh
man's farm for three years. Success,
Johnny, but be on the alert for a help
mate. Bring her in and we will give
you a serenade.
Ray Look is here looking after his
theep interests for a few days.
T. O. Ridings was a pleasant caller
Tuesday. He was on his way home
Mr. and Mrs. Ilannagen were callers
on Mr. aud Mrs. Perrin Sunday.
A cougar's pleasaut voice was heard
on the Jim Norris place Sunday night.
Get your hounds ready, if he co . es
Some of the city sports had a warm
reception from the country jakes a few
days ago. If hayseeds do have straws
in their hair they know when they are
intruded on by somo that would never
ask permission to hunt on their prem
ises. Stand by one, another, brother
farmers, and next time give them the
full benefit of the law.
, The farmers are complaining that the
ground is getting too dry to plow well.
Our rod boss, Hail Engle, is open
ing the newly laid out road from Liberal
to Vaughan's place. As so many are
busy it is a hard proposition to get men
out, but there will be a few who can
growl at Mr. Engle, when be has done
all that a man can do. If a few of them
get stuck in the mud this winter they
will wish they had helped. It is their
main road to travel.
Special sale of millinery at Red Front
Store Saturday, Oct. 19th.
Tit Causes Night Alarm.
"One night my brother's baby was
taken with croup," writes Mrs. J. O.
Snider, of Crittenden. Ky., "it eeemed
it would Btrangle before we could get a
doctor, so we gave it Dr. King's New
Discovery, which gave quick relief and
permanently cured it. We alwavs keep
it in the house to protect our children
from Croup and Whoo(ing Cough. It
enr'd me of a chronic bronchial trouble
that no other remedv would relieve."
Infallible for Cough, Colds, Throat and
Lung troubles. 60c and $1.00- Trial
bottles free at Geo. A. Harding.
Chicago Cottage Organ at Block's.
The finest bon bon boxes in towD at
h K. K. K.
Shaving only 10 cents at the first
class shop of P. G. Shark. '
The latest in chocolate of all kinds at
the Kozy Kandy Kitchen,
Kozy Kandy Kitchen, up to date on
A few watches for sale cheap at
Younger's. Watches cleaned, $1.
The latent out Try the marshmallow
kisses ai the Kozy Kandy Kitchen.
$20 to S100 to loan on chai tol or p er
Dimick & Eastham, Agts.
Land titles examined, abstracts made
and money loaned at lowest rates.
Dimick & Eastham, Lawyers, Oregon
Lumber Leave orders at this office
for first-class lumber of all kinds, or ad
dress W. F. .Harris. Beaver Creek,
The Weekly Oregonian gives all the
national news and the Courier-Herald
gives all local and county news. Both
one year for Two Dollars.
The P. C. & O. T. line will untU
further notice make a 25 cent round trip
rate from Canomati and Oregon City to
Portland on Sundays, wfth cars every
When yeu want a good square meal
go to the Brunswick restaurant, oppo
site suspension bridge, L. Ruconich,
proprietor. Everything fresh and clean
and well cooked ; just like you get at
home. This is the only first-class res
taurant in Oregon City and where you
can get a good meal for the price of a
poor one el ewhere.
Faraors, bring"your chickens to Mc
Glashan & Rakel. They pay spot cash.
A slightly mod piirlor organ for sale
by W. L. Block, the homefurniaher.
School Books at Charman ec Co.
Tablets, Pencil and Rulers free at
Charman & Co., C ut Price Druggists.
Everything fresh and clean at the
Willamette M.uket. Give it a call.
Guckenbeimer rye whiskey direct from
the bonded warehouse. Bold by the
gallon, bottle or drink by Kelly & Nob
litt. Pure goods in orginal packages.
Drink Wilhelm's beer. Kelly & Nob
litt, sole agents.
Parties having a farm to rent will do
well to call on O. A. Cheney, real es
tate and insurance agent, at Oregon
City, who has applicants.
The latest novelties in millinery and
prices the best . M iss Goldsmi th .
Fiano lessons given by hlrs. V. Har
ris, Corner 13th and Main street. Mans
feldt's technic a specialty.
Children's hats and bonnets at Miss
to buy or rent a farm, $1200 to $1500 to
invest in a farm or stock ranch, or will
rent for one year. Also 1200-pound
team horses. Will winter for use or
buy. Inquire at Courier-Herald office.
We Respectfully Call Your
Attention to the Following
Green Coffee from loc pound
Best Rice, 16 pounds for $i oo
Arm & Hammer Soda, bulk, 8 lbs for.... 25c
Shoe Dressing, per bottle 7c
Bluing, per box 5c
Washing Fowder, per lb 5c
Soap, box of 20 bars 70c
Matches, 5 papers for 5c
Extracts, per o. Sc
Bird S:ed, per package 7c
Bone Collar Buttons, per card 5c
Money Purses, from Sc up
Knitting Needles, per set 5c
Hair Pins, per paper ic
Garter Elastic, per yard 5c
Soutache Bra;d, all colors, per bunch 25c
Tape, two rolls for 5c
Skirt Binding, per yd 5c
Baby Ribbon, per yd ic
Darning Cotton j 2 rolls for.' 5c
Rick Rack Braid, per bunch 5c
White Metal Tea Spoons, per set 15c
White Metal Table Spoons, per set 25c
We carry the famous Dr.
proof and the Coronet Corsets.
from 50c to $1.30.
Boys' $1 25 and up
Men's f 50 and up
Women's 2 25 and up
Sheet Wadding 2 sheeets for Jc
Cotton Batting 19c
Gingham and Satine Umbrellas from. . 40c up
Silk Umbrellas, from 1 25 up
We carry the celebrated Gilbert Linings.
Our stoclx consists of Staple arjd Farjcy Pry Goods, IotiOQS,
Hats, Caps, Siloes, Furiistirg Goods, Hardware, TiQware, Gro
FARM PRODUCE AND SHINGLES TAKEN IN EXCHANGE 3 .
Red Front Trading Co
Court House Block, Oregon City, Ore.
We call your attention to our New and ( -p'ete
Line of Oercoits, ranging in price from
"K7.:n ti 2).oj. We also carrv the new
proot bhoes, they can t be beat.
J. M. PRICE
The tair Store
Must have money and has to make
a Sacrifice Sae Everything reduced
from 5 to 40 cents on the do ar.
Come and be convinced
Stepped Into Live Coals.
""When a child I burned my foot
frightfully," writes W. H. Eads, of
Jonesyile, Va., "which caused horrible
leg sores for 30 years, but Bucklen's Ar
nica Salve wholly cured mo after every
thing else failed." Infallible for Burns,
Scalds, Outs, Sores, Bruises and Piles.
Sold by Geo. A. Harding, 25c.
Charles R. Wessmar, Evanston, 111.,
writes: "My boy 2)'. years old had a se
vere could which refused to yield to any
treatment until we tried Foley's Honsy
and Tar. He was completely cured be
fore using on bottle." Take none but
Foley's. Charman & Co.
A Fiendish Attack.
An attack was lately mado on C. F.
Collier, of Cherokee, Iowa, that nearly
proved fatal. It came through his kid
neys. His back got so lame he could
not stoop without great pain, nor sit in
a chair except propped by cushions. No
remedy helped him until be tried Elec
tric Bitters which effected sncb a won
derful change that he writes he feels
like a new man, This marvelous medi
cine cures backache and kidney trouble,
purifies the blood and builda up your
health. Only 50c at Oao. A. Harding's
Try 5Jij per cent money of C. O. T.
Williams, if security is good.
Try the new candy kitchen opposite j 1 Eaby bonnets a specialty. Miss Gold
Barlow's grocery. smith.
Vulcanized Overcoats, which are absolutely
; trroof. Call and see them and our water
The Up-To-Date Clothier, i
The Fair Store
A flpr prnnsnrA nr wlion unn fml a
cold corning on, take a dose of Foley's
Honey and Tar. It never fails to stop a ,
J. Odgers, of Frostburg. Md . , writes :
"I had a very bad attack of kidney com
plaint and tried Foley's Kidney Cure
which gave mq immediate relief, and I
was perfectly cured- after taking two
bottles." Be sure you take Foley's.
Backache should never be neglected.
It means kidney disorder which, if al
lowed to run too lung, may result in
Bright's disease, diabetes or other seri
ous and often fatal complaints. Foley's
Kidney Cure makes the kidneys well.
S. A. Ingalls, Crown Point, N. Y.,
writes: "My wife suffered with kidney
trouble for years. She was induced to
try Foley's Kidney Cure and in less than
a week efter she began using it, she was
greatly improved and three bottles cured
Mrs. T. Briddleman, of Parshallville,
Mich., was troubled with salt rheum
for thirteen years and had tried a num
ber of doctors without relief. After two
applications of Banner Salve, her hands
became better and In a short time she
was entirely cured. Beware of substi
tutes. Charman & Co.
You will save money by buying your
millinery of Miss Goldsmith.
Outing Flannels, from ..5c yd
Shaker Flannels, from 5c yd
We carry the C. C. C. Pocket Cutlery. Prices
from 20c up, and goods warranted.
In Cushion Covers we have a pretty assort
ment, and selling them at prices to suit you.
We are agents for the celebrated seam allow
ing Standard Patterns. Fashion sheets free.
BOOTS AND SHOES
We carry J. B. Lewis Wear Resisters and
Bradley & Metcalf. Shoes, which always give sat
Boys' Hats, from 50c up
Men's Wool Hats 50c, 75c and $1 00
Men's Felt Hats, from $1 coup
Uoys' Heavy Bicycle Hose, ribbed, per pr . . 25c
Ladies' Hose, good quality, pair 10c
Ladies' All-wool Hose, pair 25c
Misses' and Boys' Extra Heavy Hose, 2pr. 25c
Men's Socks, ribbed top, pair 1 5c
Men's Extra Heavy Socks, 3 prs 25c
Men's Wool Socks, heavy, pair 25c
We invite you to call and inspect our New
Millinery and Dress Trimmings before buying
elsewhese. In Dress Trimmings we have an as
sortment equal to any in Portland.
CAPES AND JACKETS
Ladies' Capes, from $1 25 up
Ladies' Jackets, from 3 00 up
M isses'and Child's J ackets, from 1 50 up
We have a good assortment of Women's Col
larettes, Storm Collars.