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OREGON CITY.COUltlBl-HOALD, WtlDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1901
two toy rEMioxs.-"
Asthmaleiie; Brings Instant Relief and Permanent
Cure In AH Cases
SENT ABSOLUTELY ..FREE ON RECEIPT. OF TOSTAL
There is nothing like Asthmalene.
It brings Instant relief, even In the worst eases. It
cures when all else falls.
The Key. C. F. WELLS, of Villa Ktdge, 111., says:
"Your trial bottle of Asthmalene received in good
condition . 1 cannot tell you how thankful I feel for
the good derived from It. I was a slave, chained with
putrid sore throat and Aslhma for ten years. 1 de
cnaircd nf ever bains cured. I saw" vour advertise
ment for the cure of this dreadful and tormenting
diRPttee. Asthma, and thomiht you had overspoken
yourselves, but resolved to give it a t rial. To my
astonishment, the trial acted like a charm. Send me
a full-size bottle." ,
Rev. Dr. Morris Wechsler,
Eabbi of the Cong. Bnal Israel.
New York, Jan. 3, 1D01.
Dks.Taft. Ebos." Medici ne Co..
Gentlemen: Your Asthmalene is an excellent rem
edy for Asthma and llHy Fever, and Its composition
allveiates nil troubles which combine with Asthma.
Its success is astonishing and wonderful. After hav
ing H carefully anal; zed, we Can state that Asthma
lene contains no opium, morphine, chloform nor
ether. Very truly yours,
y EiV. DK. MORRIS WECHSLEB.
Trial bottle sent absolutely free on
receipt of postal. Write at once, ad
dressing DR. TAFT BROS.' MED
ICINE CO., 79Easti3cth St. New
York City. .
"Two years ago my hair was
falling out badly. I purchased a
bottle of Ayer's Hair Vigor, and
soon my hair stopped coming out."
Miss Minnie Hoover, Paris, 111.
Perhaps your mother
had thin hair, but that is
no reason why you must
go through life with 'half
starved hair. If you want
long, thick hair, feed it
with Ayer's Hair Vigor,
and make it rich, dark,
$1.00 a bottle. All druggists. .
It your druggist cannot supply you,
send us one dollar and we will express
you a bottle, lie sure and jive the name
of your nearest express oihee. Address,
WARNER GBASQE FAIR.
A Remarkable Exhibit Gotten Up
Atmost on the Spur of the
We have still a few .
Remnants at Cost
OREGON CITY WOOLEN MILLS.
Ileedlcs and Parts
Jit Xtd Trent Store.
HO O S IE R
D R I L L S
. HOE DRILLS
Send for catalogue.
MITCHELL, LEWIS & STAYER CO.
On account of leaving the state 1 .offer
foreale on easy terms the following
Cttoton 11th Street ,n insta.mentBSMOO
1.90 Acres In Oregon City, part cleared,.. ... J
J Acres in Oregon Cily, alfclear.d and hel 800
2.16 Acres ,n Oregon City, par cleared 300
Lot 9 Block 4, Mountain View Add To
Lot in Darling-. Add . .. ,
SU Acres irniwr ..".. - v-- - 9(in
160 Acres timber land on MolaUa river . . . . 2000
18 31 Acres near Woodstock and WllUburg 3000
4 Lots in Skamokawa Washington . . --- lm
Address Box 392, Oregon City or call on m'e at
O. A. Cheney's Real Estate Office.
TO BE GIVEN AWAY
The enterprising citizens of Oregon
Ciiy have purchased a $650 Chickering
Piano and will on January 25, 1902, give
it to the organization or terson receiV'
ing the greatest number of votea. The
instrument and "ballot box are onexhi-
bition at Burmeister & Andresen's lew
elry store, where the ballots are counted
every Wednesday evening and the result
published in the uouner-neraia. xne
official ballots are WHITE and are
tirinted bv the Courier-Herald and is
sued FREE by the following merchants
with every 10-cent purchase : .
B. Freytag, groceries
V. Harris, groceries
Schrewe & Vernum, meats
" Brunswick Bestanrant
Burmeister Andresen, jewelry
Charman & Co., drugs
Courier-1? erald, printing
Welsh's Candv Store
Red Front, general merchandise
I. Selling, " '
F. T. Barlow, groceries ;
J. M. Price, clothing
P. O. Cigar Store
Pope & Co., hardware
A. Robortson, groceries
Ely Bros., general merchandise
G. A. Harding, drugs
J. V. Blaney, meats
G. Bosenstein, clothing
W. L. Block, housefurnisher
Kozy Kandy Kitchen
P. G. Shark, barber, confeefmery
H. Schrader, bakery
Mrs. Deute, ladies' furnishing goods
Each package of PUTNAM
FADELESS DYES colors
either Silk, Wool or Cotton per
fectly. Sold by C. G. Huntly.
You Know What You Are Taking
When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill
Tonic because the formula is plainly
nrinfed on everv bottle showing that it
is 6implv Iron and Quinine in a tasteless
form . No Cure, No pay. 50c.
Deafness Cannot be Cured
bv" local annlicationa, as they cannot
WANT ED TRUSTWOHTA Y MEN AND WO
men to travel and adrertiee tor .1 I e. tabHrtied
house of solid financial stand.cg. Salary $-W a
ye and expenses, all payable in cash. No -an-"siii
Mouired. GWe references and encloae
IeH SSldtSei stamped envelope. Address Man
ger, 856 Caxlon Bldg., Chicago.. -
Wht rlrink rot-BUt,
get Sauamore hind-made sour
Our Fi lends,
It is "a pleasure to testify to the gen
eral high character of druggists. But
because of a few exceptions to the ru e,
it is necessary to to caution the public
to be on the guard against imitations of
Perry Davis' Painkiller. See that yon
get the right article, the soothing, help
ful Painkiller that was used in your
famiiv before von were born. Don t be
taken into buyinu a substitute. There
is but one Painkiller, Perry Day
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure Deafness,
and that is by constitutional remedies.
Deafness is caused by an inflamed con
dition of the mucuous lining of the Eus
tachian Tube. When this tube gets in
flamed you have a rumbling sound oi
imperfect hearing, and when it is en
tirely closed Deafness is the result, and
unless the inflammation can be
taken out and this tube restored to its
normal condition, hearing will be re-
srtoyed forever ; nine cases out of ten
are caused by catarrh, which is nothing
but an inflamed condition of the mucous
We will eive One Hundred Dollars for
any case of Deafness (causerWiy catarrh)
. . . -i u . a u.. ii ii. r....i, 1
Cure. Bend for circulars, free.
F. J. Cheney & Co.,
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are best.
At the meeting of Warner Grange on
the fourth Saturday in October, it
was resolved to hold a fair on Saturday
last. It was therefore impromptu. The
display made, though limited in quan
tity, was highly -creditable in quality,
and gave one, as nothing else can, an
idea of the productiveness of our soil,
and the skill of our husbandmen and
their wives. The following is a brief--summary
Mrs. B. Friedrich Small bunch ears
of Eastern Club, yielding 47) bushels to
the acre; do, wheat,- name unknown;
sample of white oats, yielding 82 bushel
per acre ; Beu Davis, Bellflowtr, Bo
manite. B. I. Greening, Baldwin, King
and Lady apples; huge turnip beets;
dried Petite prunes; a cheese; large
Andive lettuce, grown in the open;
large, black winter radish ; Bample of
gilt-edged butter ; ears of White Dent
corn, 10 inches long; bunch of Golden
Crown celery ; 1st premium for the most
George Kandall Two bricks ot Enz-
lish Cluster bops; 1st premium,
J. Is. Dix iialt-long lellow JJanvers
carrots;, ripe California Wine grapes;
quince preserve; blue Permain, Yellow
Bellflower, Kaldwin, King and North
ern Spy apples; Hubbard, Golden Hub
bard and Acorn squashes, 1st premium.
Mathias Kussell A bunch of White
oats; White Belgian carrots, two feet
long; 2nd premium for carrots.
David Peu man King apples; mangel
wurzel ; 1st premium. . .
William Gardner Cauliflower; hiadsi
of celery ; cablmge; Early Rose pota-1
toes ; 1st premium. , i
F. A. Sleight Belgian and Oxhearfi
carrots ; sugar beets ; three rutabagas ,
weighing t 'get her 35 pounds, trimmed
up; Roxbury Russet, Yellow Newton,
Baldwin and Red Cheek apples; 1st and
2nd premiums. ;
George Lnzalle White' Dmt corn;
White Wintrrand Velvet Chaff wheat;
Grey Winter Oits; 1st premium. i
William McD maid Early Bo-e, Gar-
nett and Jj;iruauk potatoes; 1st pre
mium. B. J Brown Eureka potatoes ; Bald
win apples; 1st premium for potatoes.
Miss Anna Penman Beautiful pic
ture frame, designed by her, made out
of cigar boxes with a pocketknife ; ditto,
cross and miniature bedstead.
Mrs. A. E. Dick Album of lace sam
ples, many of them of very ornate and
Miss Emma Wilehart Sample of
Battenburg work, a center-piece.
Olive Friedrich Ornamental cushion ;
photograph frames of bright silk thread.
Mrs. George Lazelle Drawn work pin
cushion, crotchet doily; handmade
Mrs. Jack Knott Corn-husk door
Mrs. McArthur Bedspread, knit by
hand; apple and grape; and apple and
quince jellies: raised graham and white
flour buns; graham bread.
Mrs. Joseph Beif Casket made of
glass and pink ribbon filled with photo
graphs. Mrs. Wink Design in black of auto
mobile with two occupants.
The exhits of the ladies consisting of
only one article in any one line, all of
them were awarded the first premium.
The jackknife work of Miss Anna
Peman deserves more than a passing
notice, both on account of the marked
dieplay of artistic taste and the wonder
ful patience required to fit snugly to
gether in one device thousands of pret
tily carved pieces of wood. Hot many
knives she has worn out on her work
has not been learned.
J. S. Dix iradea superb exhibit of
White Wyandotte chicker sand White
Plymouth Rocks of the Haaelwood
David McArthur and William Gard
ner exhibited Brown Leghorns.
George Kidder and Jack Knott were
the judges who inspected the agricul
tural exhibits and awarded the pre
miums. Mrs. Knott, who was assisted by
other ladies, judged the ladles' exhibit.
A speech by Dr. Casto and other lit
erary exercises, followed the work of the
This first attempt to hold a fair has
been such a success that Warner Grange
will next year make elaborate prepara
tions to make a display that will be a
credit not alone to to this County but to
the state. The ladies areas enthusias
tic in the determination to carry out the
project a the men and there is no doubt
of it, but a year from now they will
make a showing that will be surprising.
Independents and Kon-FartUans
Nominate City Tickets. :
Two tickets of candidates for mayor,
tieaeurei and councilmen have been
placed in nomination for the election to
be held next Monday. At the Inde
pendent : convention held Saturday
night 74 votes wete polled, and at the
Non-Partisan convention held Monday
night 42 votes were polled .
' ' THE INDEPENDENT CONVENTION. '
The persoriell of the ticket is :
-.Mayor. Uraut B. Dimitk.
, 1 Treasurer, Fred J. Meyer.
Councilman first ward, E. D. Kelly.
Councilman second ward, A. W.
Councilman third ward, C. D.Story.
At the Independent convention held
at Willamptte hall Saturday night. Dr.
M. O. Strickland'called the convention
to order, and on motion of O.W.Eastbam
was made permanent chairman. On
motion of E. E. Charman Max Bollack
was elected secretary. W. H. Y'oung
was previously named for secretary, but
declined the honor.
A motion carried that the ward con
ventions ineet first and make nomina-l
tion s for councilmen, as the firBt order
of business. The proceedings of the
ward conventions were as follows:
First ward Malcolm JMcOown nomi
nated E. D. Kelly for councilman, and
he was elected by acclamation.
Second ward A. W. Cheney was
nominated for councilman on the second
ballot. Cheney received 15 votea and
Sam Phtister 10.
Third ward C. D. Story was renomi
nated for councilman without opposi
tion. The Convei.tion was again called to or
der, and nomiuations were presented
for city treasurer Malcolm MeCown
named Tom F, Cowing, jr., and O. W.
Eastham named Fred J. Meyer. J. W.
Kelly and 0, E. Burns were appointed
tellers. Meyer received 45 votes, and
Cowing received 29 votes.
For mayor, Councilman S. V Fran
cis, of the third wsrd, named Grant B
Dimick, and he was renominated by ac
clamation. In his speech of acceptance, Mayor
Dimick laid special stress on the ollegv j
tion that the Portland General Electric
Company were diligently laboring
through their employes, to defeat his
re-election, for the reason that he and
Oouncilman Albright had been largely
instrumental in having the price of city
liuhts reduced. This reduction re
sulted in a saving to the city of about
$500 ptr annum. He had sought to save
litigation to the city by being cautious
in the matter of haBty prosecution of
the East Side Bailway Company for al
leged violations of certain ordinances,
and scored the committee on streets and
public property for taking the matter
out of tho hands of the council, and
employed Other counsel than the city
attorney. Mayor Dimick Btated that
be had "striveu to conduct the affairs of
the city economically, and had no apol
ogies to make. lie had drawn no
money from the city during his term oi
office, except $12 50, which was used
to pay Miss Albright for certain clerical
work, that the recorder did not ihave
time tb look after. Councilman 1 Al
bright did not care to have the public
know that his daughter was drawing
money from the city for services, so
Mayor Dimick stated that he drew the
money for her .
A motion carried that a campaign
committee be chosen, consisting of six
members, two from emih ward. It was
decided to name this com mi fee later.
Mayor, J. E. Hedges. . .
Treasurer, John B. Humphrys
Councilman first ward, Jacob Casaell.
Councilman second ward, W. M,
The third ward was not represented
in the convention.
This convention, also was held in Wil
lamette hall and the date was Monday
evening. The gathering was called to
order by Councilman Charles Alhright.
On motion of J. P. Lovett H. O. Stevens
was elected permanent chairman.
Councilman Zumwalt declined the offer
of the secretaryship, and on. motion of
H. L. Kelly, Bruce O. Curry was elected
E. G. Caufield placed in nomination
J. E. Hedges, seconded by Keating and
Bradley, and in motion the choice was
made unanimous. In accepting the
nomination, Mr. Hodges called atten
tion to his past record, having been
born and raised in this immediate vi
cinity. He positively asserted that he
was in anyway connected with corpo
rations, and would sacrifice his perssnal
intereets for the good of the city.
For treasurer John B. Humphrys was
placed in nomination by Councilman
Sheahan, seconded by Counciman
Huntley. The choice was made by ac
A recess was ordered, and during the
interim the ward conyentions were held
In the first ward J. C. Bradley-was
elected chairman, and Bruce O.Curry,
secretary. Jacob Oussell and Walter
Little were placed in nomination, the
former receiving It votes and the latter
The second ward organization wasef
fected by the election of H. L. Kelly as
chairman, and J. P. Keating as secre
tary. Councilman Sheahan and S. F.
Scripture were placed in nomination,
the former receiving 10 votes and the
The third ward was not represented.
The convention , re-assembled and
ratified the ward nominations.
On a motion a campaign committee of
one from each ward, was appointed ss
follows: E. G. Cauheld, W. ii, Zum
walt and T. P. Bandall.
Wedding Anniversary' and Other
The Saturday Club will hold a social
reunion at. the home of Mrs. T. L.
Charman on the evening of December
6th. At this time the members, who
are participating in the contest, will
make their reports and turn over the
amounts collected. It is believed that
the winner in the contest will be Miss
Elma Albright, as she is reported to have
already raised about H'J.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Mav, of C'
nemah, celebrated their fifth or wooden
wedding anniversary last Fridav night.
About 50 guests were present, and a de
lightful evening was passed.
The meeting of the Mothers' Club has
been postponed until Friday afiernoon
of next week, when it will be held at the
home of Mrsr George U. Browell.
The Foresters Seventh annual ball
last night was the greatest of all suc
The Seventh street Lall last Saturday
night, was a delightful affair. Another
social dance will be held at the same
place on the coming Saturday night.
Miss Matilda Lee was married to
John M.' Pitman at the home of E. J.
Tusten, corner Fourth and Adams
streets Sunday afternoon, Bev. A,. J.
Montgomery. After the ceremony, an
excellent wedding dinner. Mr. Pitman
is employed in the paper mills, and the
bride is a new arrival here. She holds
a first'grade certificate as a school
teacher. They will reside in this city.
Miss Anuie J. Wright and Guy E.
Beynolds were married at tha Congre
gational parsonage on the 19th, Bev.
E. S. Bollinger officiating.
Mies Fannie Meador and H. Mer
chand were married on the 20th, Becor-
der B. C. Curry officiating.
Other marriage licenses were issued
as follows: Anna Stuki and James
Lam per on the 25th; Maud Tracy und
Edgar Heiple on 20th ; Minnie Maud
Knifong and Edward Casseday on the
26th; Ivy Euenour and ranfc Koss on
Fainting, smothering, palpita
tion, pain in left side, shortness
of breath; irregular or intermit
tent pulse and retarded circula
tion all come from a Weak or
defective heart. Overcome
these faults by building up the
heart-muscles and making the
heart-nerves strong and vigor
ous. Dr. Miles' Jleart Cure
is the remedy to use. It is.
"I would have spells when I
would get weak and faint and my
heart would Eeera to Etop beat
ing, then it would beat very
hard. I began taking Pi'. Miles'
Heart Cure and when I liiid used
twelve bottles my heart was all
Mes. J. L. Taylor,
y Owensboro, ICy.
is a heart and blood tonic
unequaled power and never
fails to benefit if taken in time.
Sold by druggists on guarantee.
Dr. Mlbf'-ViedicalCo., Elkhart, Ind-
The terms "Ladies" and "Miss'' for
the oldest unmarried daughter in the
family, have practically become obso
lete expression. Only a very few Ore
gon newspapers now use the out of date
mis-approprite words. ":
Mrs. W. T. Whitlock, a former well
known resident of Oregon City, secured
the clue and feareted out the informa
tion that Wade and Ddlton were the
murderers of young Morrow. It is likely,
however, that -some cheap detectives
will claim the $500 reward, and she will
be left out in the cold.
There is not mnch fraternity in a body
of lodge men, who Willi permit the or
ganization to pay their private expenses
in attending a tunerai.
Some of Judge J. C. Fullerton's ad
mirers in this section of the state, are
suggesting his name as a desirable can
didate for the nomination of governor.
Boseburg or Southern Oregon has never
had a governor, and is entitled to recog
nition on the state ticket. , ,
It's really wonderful how some people
change their principles annual v,Mf nec
essary, to get a pull at the mwnlcip"l tit
through holding down some petty ol
Seymour Webb, Moira, N. Y., writes
"I had been troubled with my kidneys
for twenty. five years and had tried sev
eral physicians but received no relief un
til I bought a bottle of Foley's Kidney
Cure.' After using two bottles I wis ab
solutely cured. I earnestly recommend
Foley's Kidney Cure. Take only Fo
ley's. Charman & Co. "
To Your Kidneys
J en tier's
NEWS OF THE WEEK,
Tuesday, November 26.
Three hnndred thousand dollars has
already been guaranteed in Portland for
the Lewis ct- Clark Exposition, and more
The circuit court of Marion county
has ruled that ihe bond of George W.
Davis, the defaulting school land clerk,
is outlawed by the statute of limitations.
The Oregon supreme court has decided
that the primary law passed by the last
legislature for Multnomah connty, must
, Wednesday, November 27.
Twenty-six men were killed in a boiler
explosion at Detroit.
The Granite Hill group of mines on
Louse breek in Josephine county, sold
to Eastern capitalists for $75,00). It is
both a quartz and a placer proposition.
Venezuela and Colombia may go to
Portland is to have a $20,000 con
densed aeam factory,
Thursday, November 28.
A dispatch from Detroit, Mich., stated
that 100 to 150 persons were killed or
wounded in a train wreck on the Wa
bash Bail road last night. An immi
grant train collided with a limited mail.
A special Chinese emissary arrived in
Ban Francisco to work; against the ex
cause the kidneys to wdrk as
nature intended they should.
They build up-the shrunken
walls of the kidneys, a$, no
known remedy lias been found
to do before.
As a cure for urinary troubles
they have no equal.
io, as, 50 Cents; ion
Sold and Guaranteed by,
C. G. HUNTLEY, ,;
s Prescription Druggist,
Oregon City Oregon
with harsh minerals Xvhicfi
always leave bad after-effects
on the entire system, and where
their use is persisted in, tend to.
completely wreck the stomach,
Edgar s Cathartic :
The only harmless, vegetable
bowel regulator, and liver vitalizer
known. . -' '
As pleasant to the taste as
candy, and as positive as the harsh
est mineral. No gripe or pain.
839 to, 25, 50 cents.
Sold and Guaranteed by ,
C. G. HUNTLEY, ..
WANTED TRUSTWORTHY MEN AND WO
men to travel and adn-rtiae for old established
hoase ot solid financial standing Salary J7S0
year and expenses, all payable in eah. No can
rni'liiK required. Give references and enclose
gelf-addressed sumped envelope, Addrew Man
ager, 355 Caxton Building, Chicago.
'La 'it winter an infant child of mine
had croup in a violent form," says Elder
John VV. Bogers, a Christian Evangel,
ist, of Filley, Mo. "1 gave her a fw
doses of Chamberlain's Cough Bemedy
and in a short lime all danger was past
and the child recovered." This remedy
not only cures crop, but when given as
soon as the first symptoms appear, will
prevent the attack. It contains no
opium or other harmful substance and
my be given as confidently to a baby as
toanalult. lor sale Dy u. a. naming.
Srr.EADS 1IKK WILDFIKG.
When things are "the best" they be
come the uest selling. Abraham
Hare, the leading druggist, of Bellevue,
O., writes: "'Electric Bitters are the best
Eellina hitters I have handled in 20
years." You know why? Most diseases
begin in disorders 01 stomach, liver, kid
neys, bowels, blood and nerves. Elec
tric Utters tones up the stomach, regu
lales liver, kidneys and bowels, puri
ties the blood, strengthens the nc-rves,
hence cure multitudes of maladies. It
builds up the entire system . Puts new
life and vigor into any weak, sickly, run
down man or woman. Price 50 cents.
Sold by U. A, Harding, druggist.
THE CHWKERISG FIANO.
A Popular Favorite With . Ticket
Following is the vote in the Ch!clcering
W. O. W. ...... 101,723
K.O.T. M 125,412
The latest count places the Woodmen
of the World 00,311 ahead.
TO CURE A COI.D IN ONE UATf
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets
All druggists refund tho money tf it fails
to curer E. VV, Grove's signature is on
each box. 25c.
Kelly k Koblitt have received a lot of
Gticktiiheimer, genuine, double-stamp
high proof rye whiskey. Absolutely
Eyes examined fr(e by a graduate op
tician at trie Naw Jewelry Store.
"For two jears all efforts to cure Ec
zema in the palms of my hands failed,'
writes Editor 11. N. Lester, of Syracuse
Kan., "then 1 was wholly cured by
Bucklen's Arnica Salve." It's the
world's best for Eruptions, Sores and
all skin diseases. Only 25c at O. A
Harding's. . .
Dyspepsia is unrecognised iu
ha'ii' the cuw-a. It dwived the
unknowing snfJirrer. , It many
variations work ulong llu w 'v t
lines of tho syKtem. To i .it tie
against only one of them iH vain.
Our booklet explains its ryinp-
f torn. Our Dyspepsia Tublet.r give
sJj complete uliil lusting relief. .,
2'j9 AND 60C. 1
Sold and Guaranteed by
C. G. HUNTLEY, 1
Oregon City Oregon