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OREGON CITY COURIER-HERALD, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1901
FR 11EHNAL nirrvn.
T lie Knights and Ladies of Security
elected the following new officers at the
last meeting : President, IS. II. Cooper;
vice-pretrident, Mra. J. Lulz; second
Vice-president, Mrs. J-Ln'z; recording
secretary, Bessie Wood; financier, Mrs.
Kate Fennimore; treasurer, Mrs. E. H.
Oooper; prelate, Mrs. Mai y Robinson ;
conductor, Ella Lutz; aisistant oon
ductor, Nellie Wood; guard, Mrs. Julia
Mead; outside sentinel, Frank Kobin
son. Tlie new officers will be installed
at tbe n; xt regular meeting by a deputy
At the meeting of McLoughlin Cabin,
Native Sons of Oregon, it was decided to
liave their annual ball about holiday
The Decree of Honor membership and
attendance contest will close Friday
night. .Miss Bessie Grout and Mrs. An
gus Matheson are the captains of the
two rival side?, and there has been some
Court Jiobin Hood Forest ra of
America, will hold their seventh annual
ball on Thanksgiving night, November
28th at the Arinorv hull. There will be
music by Evereet'B orchestra. Admis-
uon 75 cents, ladies f'ee. JNo expense
will he ppared lo nuke this a greater
vent ttimi all r receding Annual functions.
assisted by Miss Mary Huerth. Tho?e
present were: Mr. and Mrs. II. IS .
JSachand, Mr. ana Mrs VV. II. Iloim -s.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Hennigsen, Mr. and
Mrs. L. Rail, Mr. and Mrs. P. Prager,
Mr. and Mrs. T. Himler, Mrs. Captain
Apperson, Mrs. George H miltou, Mr.
and Mrs. Bender, the M sses Mary
Huerth, May Straight, Mattie and Pe
ter a Tellef. son, Julia GrinitT, Mr. Na
chand and George Hinder.
THE CHWKERINO PIANO.
SOCIAL E VENTS.
The niott notable gatle-ing of the
Men's Olub ever held in this ci'y, took
jjlace iu the pailors of the Congrega
tional church Wednesday evening, lhe
ladies were invited anil fully 100 people
were seated a t the tables, and apprecia
ted the elaborate dinner served by
WouiuUti' Aid Suciety, which wsa all
Lome cookinT!. including Mrs. Charles
H. Ciufl'dd's excellent light- bread.
Colonel R inert A. Miller wjs master of
cereiuoniea. and Congressman Tongue
gave an excellent lecture on good citi
zenship. A quartet composed of Messrs.
Woodward, Knapp, Bluhm and Wil
cox sang some excellent selections.
Mrs. Uordon E. Hayes entertained
the Derthic Musical and Literarv Olub
-at her home Monday evening. It was
an evening with Bach, and the program.
consisted of studies on the life of bach,
execution of some of his musical num.
tiers and analysis. Among tuose pres
nt were Mesdames L L. Porter, -E. A
fibeahan.T. F. Rvan, J E. Hedue
the Mieses Essie Block, Mattie and Lou
Draper, Mary E Convert), Veda Wil
liams, Maude Warner, Gertrude Fair
clougii. The next meeting of the" club
will bo held at the home of Mrs. T. Jj
Ryan on the fourth Mondyy evening of
Mrs. Mary lleiple, of Elk Horn farm
near Currinsville, entertained a number
of fnondB with an elabora'e turkey din
ner in honor of the marriage- engage
nunt of her eon, Edgar Ileiple and Miss
Maud Tracy, of Garfield precinct. The
meat c rarse at the dinner, consisted of
lii'ltey, mongolian pheasant and quail.
The dining room and tables were artis
tically decorated for thie special occas
ion. Among those piesent were Mr.
and Mrs. Ed Burnett, Mr. and Mrs.
Toli!) millions, the Minses Kitchens,
Rollii, Douglas, and Dick Githens.
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Dowty, cf Oak
Cirove farm, near Currinsville, gave an
oii'r one of their highly appreciated
turkey dinners last Sunday. Those
present were; Mr. and Mra C. J.
Parker, of Oregon City ; J. H Morton,
nl Damascus; W. E. Straight, Mrs.
Noah Ileiple, W. Githens, Andrew
Shanklin aud all the members of the
The following has already appeared in
print, but is published by special re-qu-iHt
; Last iSatuaday evening a re
ception was he'd at the home of Mr,
and Mrs. F. Hornier at Park place in
honor of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Nac'iand,
.f Gr.ms Valley. The pari rs were pret
tily decorated with autumn (lowers
The early part of the evening was spent
'u games and singing, followe 1 by a few
Bioui'a d.incii g. Later in tho evening a
d.dtity ! 11 p er was seiy.id ly the hostess,
A Popular Favorite With Ticket
The Woodmen of the World have
gained about 25,000 voies' since last
week, and are still in the lead. J lie
Willamette Falls school is a new candi
date for pnblic favor. The vote now
stands as follows:
W, O.W 50,550
Public School. 20,550
K.O.T. M 11,348
Congregational Church 762
Willamette falls school b42d
Born, to the wife of Henry Little,
Friday, October 11th, a boy.
Bom, to Mike Gleason and wife, Sat
urday, October 12th, a 10-pound boy.
Born, to William Blood and wife, Oo-
tober 11th, a girl.
H. T. Harnden, of the Cozy Gaudy
Kitchen, was married to Miss Anna
Shultz in tbe court house at Portland,
Wedensday, October 9th, County Judge
Cake officiating. After a short wedding
tour in Washington, Mr. and Mrs. took
up their residence at the home prepared
for their reception here-. Both are fa
vorably known, the bride having been
in the employ of the candy store for
some months past.
Miss Dena Peters, of Stafford, was
married Oct. 12th, to Charles Heinz,
Rev. Leishman, officiating.
Mrs. D. Hinton and George Rc-gers
were married on tbe 16th, Recorder
CbarleB Hannaford, of Butteville,
was married to MUs Gladys Elmira
Tufts aM : the residence of the
bride's parents at Oswego Wednesday,
Rev. A. J. Montgomery officiating. -
When sufferina from racking cough,
take a dose of Foley's Honey and Tar.
The soreness will be relieved and a warm
grateful feeling and healing of the parts
affected will be experienced. Charinan
A WORTHY SUCCESSOR.
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All Doctors have tried to cure CA
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gases inhalers and drugs in paste form.
The powders dry up the mucuous mem
branes causing them to crack open and
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inhalers have entirely eaten away the
same membranes that their makers have
aimed to cure, while pastes and oint
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for a full month's treatment and every
thing necessary to its perfect use.
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recognized as the only safe and positive
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VER oi COLD in the HEAD.
CATARRH when neglected o;tn
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Sent prepaid to any address in the
United States or Canada on receipt of
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We offer One Hundred Dollars Re
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not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. .
F. J. Chk.iey. & Co., Props., Toledo. 0.
We, the undersigned, have known F.
J . Cheney for the last 15 years, and be
lieve him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions and financially
able to carry out any obligations made
by their firm.
West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists,
Waldino, Kinnan & Marvik, Whole
sale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter
nally, acting directly upon the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system. Price
75 cents per bottle. Sold by all drug
gists. Testimonials free.
, Hall's Family Pills are tbe best.
County Treasurer's Notia.
I now have money on hand to
county warrants endorsed prior to
vember 15th, 1898, and also road war
rantB endored prior to February 1st,
interest will cease on the warrants in
cluded in this call on the data hereof.
Treas. Clackamas Co., Or.
Oregon City, Oct. 18th, 1901.
A fineUpright Piano at, Block'
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS.
The regular sir trice J will bj hell at
the Congregational chureh on the next
Lord's day. The pastor will preach at
10:30. At 7:30 the Kev. S. A.Arnold,
lately from Iowa, will preach,
Dkpartmint op thr Interior,
United States Land Office,
Oregon City, Or., Oct. 14, 1901
A sufficient contest affidavit having
been filed in this office by Callie B.
Charlton, contestant, against homestead
entry No. 11576, made October 4, 189o
for southwest quarter section 5, town'
ship 3 south, range 7 east, by Julius
Steinberg, contestee, in which it is al
leged that contestant "knows the pres
ent condition of the same; also that the
Baid Julius Steinberg has wholly aban
doned said claim three years and more
last past, and iu no way has he kept up
residence or improvement, and that said
alleged absence from the said land was
not due to his employment in the army,
navy or marine corpj of the United
States as a private soldier, officer, sea
man or marine dming the war with
Spain, or during anyother war in which
the United States may be engaged."
Said parties are beieby notified to ap
pear, respond and offer evidence touch
ing said allegiation at 9 o'clock a. m. on
November 25, 1901, before the register
and receiver at the United States Land
Office in Oregon City, Oregon.
The said contestant having,in a proper
amdavit, tiled October IU, l'Ji'l, set torth
facts which show that after duo dili
gence personal service of this notice can
not he made, it is I ereby ordered and
directed that such notice be given by due
and proper publication.
CllAKLKS B. MoOIiKS,
Goto Racket Storefor bargains.
Velvet hats in all the latest shapes
and prices moderate. Miss Goldsmith.
Piano tickets with all purchases at
Special sale in millinery at the Red
Srjeclal sale in millinery at Red Front
Store Saturday, Oct 19th.
Therjremium list of Butte Creek fair
arrived too late for publication tins
The Racket Store will give away a
sewing macnine iunun. ,uiu.o
with every 10-cenl purcnase.
Straved From the farm of H. Le'.hke,
two spotted, fat male hogs. Any infor
mation as to their whereabouts, will be
Lost.Oyercoat between Vaughan's
stable and Jones' mill on Abernetiiy
man . Finder leave at Courier-Herald
office and receive reward.
The Rev. S. A. Arnold, who has re
cently taken charge of the Wacuauias
Congregational cuurcn, win pieaeimi
Elv next Sunday at 4 p. m. It is prob
able that Mr. Arnold will conduct
vices at this place regularly every
weeks after this.
The Congregational church hereby in
forms its members and irienaj until
has withdrawn from the piano contest.
While appreciating the encouragement
that has been given by many the com
mute feels that remaining in ma con
test with the hope of winning rerpuea
more . work and time than can bo
With a fair at Marquam and another
at Milwaukie, what is the matter with
Olackamas county holJing a fair of her
own? She should do it and do il with
out further delay. Enterprise. What
excuse is there for an individual, who is
a state senator and has lived here for
12 years, and does not know that the
above-named places are both In Clack
Every house is now occupied at Glad
stone, and several new families have
moved into that desirable suburb. Al
Blount is building a new cottage, and
Jack Blonnt and bis sister, will each
bnild cottages there in the Bprinif.
O. E. A. Freytag is building an $1800
residence on his part of the Rinearsou
place. Wilkinson Bros, nave recenuy
made some additions to their Kree,
houses. A rumor is current that a com
pany of capitalists are negotiating for
the Gladstone sawmill property with h
view of carrying on an extensive lum
bering business and operating an electrii
light and power plant, Mr. Venualdi is
having a: neat cottane erected near the
Parkplace school building
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Rev.' Dr. Morris Wechsler,
l Kabbl of the Cong. Dual Israel.
New York, Jan. 3, 1901.
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