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OREGON CITY COURIER-HERALD, FRIDAY, JANUARY 17 1M3
starting in the feet or ankles
comes from a weak or diseased
heart a heart that cannot keep
up the circulation. The blood
then settles in the lower limbs
where the watery portions ooze
out into surrounding tissues
causing bloat and swelling.
The heart must be strengthened
and built up before the dropsy
can be cured to stay; and the
best of all -heart medicines is
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure.
"JTcnrt d'sase made my feet
swell so that thciy had to ba
lanced in several places. One
bottle of Dr. Miles' Heart Cura
helped me and twelve bottles
worked a complete cure."
Jajixs Tksstt, Barnard, Ma
gives new strength to the heart,
regulates the circulation, stimu
lates the digestion and restores
health. Sold by druggists on
Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind.
Dr. 0. J'. Bishop, A?new, Mich., says :
"I have uaed Foley's Honev and Tar in
thrne very severe c sea of pneumonia
with (pod renult8 In every caHe." Be
ware of substitutes. Cliarman & Oo. 1
To Your Kidneys
cause the kidneys to work as
nature intended they should.
They build up the shrunken
walls of the kidneys, as no
known remedy has been found
to do before.
As a cure for urinary troubles
they have no equal.
10, 25, 50 Cents 10a
Sold and Guaranteed by
C. Q. HUNTLEY,
Oregon City Oregon
with harsh minerals which
always leave bad after-effects
on the entire system, and where
their use is persisted in, tend to
completely wreck the stomach
Tf-.: only harmless, vegetable,
fcowcl ::u!ator, r.ni liver vitalize
As pleasant to the taste as
candy, and as positive as the harsh
est mineral. No gripe or pain.
82 10, 25, 50 cents.
Sold and Guaranteed by
C. G. HUNTLEY,
Oregon City Oregon
i W Mt awl imW miU it$ I --1
K'3 Dyspepsia is unrecognized in fc3
$ hall' the cmsch. It deceives the V -J
unknowing MiHVror. Its nu'iy
g'. Vitiations work ulong the weakest f 13
r lines of the system. To battle m4
I'Z ojpiiiist only one of them w vain. 5
kj Our booklet explains its symp.
tonis. Our Dyspepsia Tablet give fj
p.sm ruuipicu' jwui idling renci.
f DyspepsiaTabieis 2
;a AND 60C. If
Sold and Guaranteed by
C. Q. HUNTLEY,
Oregon City Oresoa
NEW TROLLEY LIAE.
Garfield to Have Rail Connection
With the World.
It is now probable that the Oregon
Gennral Klw-t rin nniniuni nill V.m'1.1
trolley line from Portland to Garfleld, a
distance of 25 miles, this year. It is
given from an authoritative source, that
engineers ill begin locating the line
within the next 10 days. It is proposed
that the railway line will reach the
Clackamai by way of Damascus. J. TJ.
Davis, 0; Garfield, was in the city Tues
day on way home from Portland, where
he bad completed the sale of 40 acres of
land to electric company, lying along
the Clockamas river in the vicinity of
their power plant. This purchase now
closes the gap, and the company own
the land along the river for several
miles up-stream from the Clackamas
bridge at the foot of the Springwater
hill. This land ha recently been pur
chased, and gives control of the river in
the immediate vicinity of the proposed
power station and water transmission
canals. The river fins a fall of 180 feet
to the mile in this vicinity, and there is
one almost perpendicular fall 12 feet in
height.. It is reported that the surveys
for the power station, etc., have already
been completed. An agent of the com
pany has given out the information that
the company will complete a trolley rail
way line to Garfield hy November 1st.
The Oregon General Electric Corn
pan) is presumed to be a branch of the
Portland City & Oregon Eailway sys
tem, now operating between Portland
and Oregon City and out to Mount
Scott and Tabor. The completion of the
present proposed line would probably
mean the extension of the system to
other sections of the county. The pro
posed road will tap the richest country
in Clackamas coutitv in timber, dairy
products and fruit.
James Marrs, of Springwater. was in
town a few days ago, and stated that
the people of that section were enthusi
astic over the prospect of a railway to
The important part of the above in
formation was given out by persons
connected with the electric company,
but in the Daily Oregonian of yesterday
morning President Hurlbnrt, of the Port
land City & Oregon Railway, stated
that his company would not build a line
to that section, as they had not yet
found a practical route for a trolley line.
However, such a route might be built
when a practical route is found, and tha
proper ncouragement is accorded to the
company by the people along the route.
V ROB ATE. COURT.
Judge Ryan Made Several Or
ders During the Week.
In the matter of the estate of Retina
Stock, deceased, Anna Stock was ap
In ihe matter of the estate of John R.
Trembath, deceased, H. W. Trembath,
administrator, on order wag granted for
the payment of certain claims.
In tbe matter of the estate of Anton
Klarr, deceased, Nathan Adams was
subsiitnted for .Nathan Moody as one of
the appraisers of tho estate.
A citation to the heirfl was ordered in
the application of 8. T. Garron, guar
dian of Ornhft Alherr. (iirriinn to sell
the real estate of said minor.
Margaret Wolf, executor of the will of
Philip Wolf, deceased, was discharged
from her trust, having completed the ad
ministration. A citation wan onlnrri In Mm m ittnr
of the application of J. W. Roots, guar-
uiau angn jiairaan, insane, to sell cer
In the matter of the final hm1
of the Trembath estate, February I7th,
was set as the date for hearing objec
A.M. Timmer was appointed guar
dian of the eHtate of Ludwiga Timmer,
A Girl, a Fight, Then a lire, and
the lormer Taken Into Cus
tody. It is onlv a verv few wiwks iron Hint a
: mieieBHsion oi alter nuunigiit events oc
j ourred that are not at all creditable to
( the city. A lone girl of eminently re
I spectable parentage, living several miles
out in the country, was alone in town.
Hhmvuh only 14 years old. It she was
inclined to bo wayward, she should have
been protected, not chased over the
I town by male beings, bent on her ruin,
j Alter midnight, two young men ot the
I town had three tights over the possea
i uion of the girl. The third tight took
1 luce in the Uenot saloon, and tl
took away the girl. There was a fire in
the building later, but the fire had
nothing to do whh the tights or the girl.
It was only an i.ie'uleiii oi the same
morning. Later in the dav. the girl
was placed in custody by" Constable
Moody and rescued from 'the rabble,
who were following in the distance.
A few days later the giil was committed
to the care of the Hoys and Girls Aid
Society in Portland, and the hoys who
were rushing her on the road to ruin, es
caped without punishment.
This is not the tirt time similar inci
dents have occurred on the streets ol
Oregon City. Not many months ago
a young girl, living a few miles from
town went through a like experience,
and bIio too was committed to the re
furniaUry, Fruit, Grower
And everyone interested in diversified
farming, or goats, should read the Ore.
gon Agriculturist, only 50 cents a year;
with Head's Dairyman, Z 1 2" j with
lireeders' Gazette, if 1 50 ; with Courier
Herald, $1 Ik). O Swallow, agent,
P. O. box ;!38, Oregon City, or send to
Courier-Herald ullii e.
You Could Look
hitotlie future and Sf e I'uc condition
to which vniir mm-h. if n.il,-t,l
will Mug you, you woulil sect relief at
once and that miturallv would be through
" 4 firnntecd to cure Con-
1 .Iirt sumption, Bronchitis,
A st limn, nnd alt I.uug
TrouMcs, Cure? Coughs and Cold in a dav.
So cents. Vrite to'S. C. W i l i s & Co.,
J,e Roy, N. Y for free trial bottle.
v " J
"My mother was troubled with
consumption for many years. At
last she was given up to die. Then
she tried Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
and was speedily cured."
D. P. Jolly, Avoca, N. Y.
No matter how hard
your cough or how long
you have had it, Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral is the
best thing you can take.
It's too risky to wait
until you have consump
tion. If you are coughing
today, get a bottle of
Cherry Pectoral at Once.
Tbni ihei : 25c, 50c, SI. Alt dragtliti.
Consult your doctor. If ha myi take it,
than do ha ayi. If ha tells you not
to taka It, than don't taka It. Ha knows.
Lear It with him. W ara willing.
J. C. AVER CO., Lowell, Man.
Our New Year '.Number.'
The Courier-Herald New Year num
ber is acknowledged by all to be the
fineftof its kind ever issued in the state.
Following are a few of the many late
A special edition of 50 pages, printed
on fine book paper, was issued by the
Oregon City Courier-Herald Friday. The
half tone work throughout is equal to
the best that has been seen. A number
of views of Willamette Falls, Oregon
City's great water power, are given.
There are a number of pastoral scenes,
hopyards, orchards and farms being
shown. The special number of the
Oonrier-Herald is an excellent thing to
send to eastern friends. Evening Tele
gram. The New Year number of the Courier
Herald, Oregon City, is a fine paper. It
is illustrated with fine illustrations of
views and buildinis in Oregon City and
vicinity, and other localities in Clacka
mas county. The front page is illus
trated with a fine view of Willamette
falls. The typographical and press work
show skilled workmanship. Dayton
The Oregon City Courier-Herald has
issued a very handsome and h'ghly
creditabla New Year's souvenir. Wood
burn Independent. .
The Oregon City Courier-Herald has
issued a model New Year's edition, one
of the best ever seen in this state. There
is only one thing to wonder at, and that
is what grievance they could have had
against Henator Porter. McMinnville
The Oreg .n City Courier-Herald is
certainly to be congratulated upon the
special holiday edition it issued on the
3d. It is a 48-page publication, illus
trated" with the scenery of Clackamas
count.. , and well filled with matter de
scriptive of the city at the falls. Times
Mountaineer. The Oregon "City Courier-Herald, on
wHchK. H. Gabbert, formerly of Oor
rallis, is employed, has issued a souve
nir lumber, descriptive and illustrative
of Oregon City and Clackamas county.
The publication contains much valuable
and interesting matter and ip very cred
itable. Corvallis Times.
The Oregon Oity Courier-Herald's
1902 souvenir edition is on our table. It
is one of the prettiest annuals published
this new year and is replete with valua
ble intormation of the Falls city, which
place we have never had the good for
tune to visit, Dut a perusal of this vol
ume makes us feel as though we had.
Oregon City and Clackamas county
could not be shown to better lines than
in this volume Marshfield Sun.
Gkiskb, Baker Co., Ore., Jan. 9, 1902
Courier-Herald, Oregon City, Ore
gonGentlemen: Plea-e allow me to
congratulate you on your beautiful and
artistic New Year number of the Cour
ier-Herald . I think the en-ravines and
designs are splendid, and I find much,
pleasure in reading such a home pro
duction in this high and snowy climate.
Yours truly, C. E. Kxorrs.
The New Year's number of the Ore
gon Ciiy Courier-IIerall was distinctly
all right. We hope a goodlv number
of copies will be sent East. Aurora Bo
realis, The Oregon City Coiiri'jr-IIerald got
out, the finest illustrated New Year's
edition of any we h.ive seen this year.
The i lustrations are supei bly printed,
and everything about the make-up of
the paper is first-class. Persons desir
ing information about this historic old
town and the surrounding country
should send lOcents to the Courier-Herald
and secure a copy of its New Year's
edition. tlood Kiver Glacier.
The Lyceum Theatrical Company will
appear in a magnificent production of
Krohman'a greet plav, "The Senator's
Wife" 14 people and t-legant costum
ting, Friday night. January 17th, at
Shively's. A 1.50attraction at 25,35
and 50c. This is one of the very beat
plays ever seen in Oregon City.
"The Senator's Wife" ran for 600
nights in New York City, and is today
one of the,slrougest attractions on the
The company, which will present the
play here, was organized with a view to
fitness for the roles and under the direc
tion Mr. Percy Levin. The presenta
tion is equal to any that has ever been
given of tlu play. The -scenes are laid
in and about Washington, D. C, and
the story tells of love and politics. The
great third act exemplifies the solemn
ity of the marriage tie. The comedy is
clean and rich. There is no horse play
and the entire play is built on lilies that
chain the interest from the first to last.
Prominent in the cast are Mvrtle Na
omi Buffe and Eugenie La Drue, both
strong emotional actresses, where repu
tations have been fully established.
Hewitt Thorn as Senator liutherford,
and Mr. Levin as Major Putnam, have
the two male leads.
Keniember that this play is one of
national reputation, and Manager Shively
has gone to some expense in eecuring
this high grade attraction.
"Ihe Senator s v ife " was last played
m Portland by the -eil Company.
A STORY OF TWO FLAGS.
Hon a Mui'i I.lfe Wan Saved at the
Very I.nt Moment.
The following stirring incident of the
two flags happened at Valparaiso,
Chile, and was related at Montreal In
1881 by the Itev. Dr. J. O. Peck. Dr.
"The man who gave me the facts 1
am about to relate was Mr. Hasklns,
an American sailor who had suited to
I port In Chile. On going ashore, he
paid, to enjoy bis day of liberty he
drank a little nnd became hilarious.
One of the police officers. Instead of
warning him not to make a noise In
the street, drew his sYord aud, strik
ing him a blow, knocked him down.
On that the American sailor got up
and knocked the policeman down In
return. He was on that arrested and
tried and condemned to be shot In the
morning of the following day.
"Mr. Lorlng, the American consul, ex
postulated with the authorities that It
would be monstrous to shoot the man
for such an offense, but they paid no
attention to ulra, so he thereupon made
a forma protest In the name of the
United States government against the
barbarous act Mr. Hasklns, the sail
or, was In the morning brought out
pinioned to he shot.
"As the English consul was prepar
ing to hoist the union jack he saw the
crowd lu the field opposite, where the
execution of the American sailor, of
which he hoM heard, was to Like place.
Rushing over the. American consul, he
said, Lorlng. you're uot going to let
them shoot that man!'
" 'What can 1 do?" he said. -l have
protested against It. 1 can do no more.'
"Quick as thought the English con
sul shouted. 'Give me your flag!' And
lu a trice the start and stripes were
banded to the English representative.
At once, taking his own union jack in
his hand, he hastened across the field,
elbowed hf way through the crowd
and soldiery, and, running up to the
doomed man, he folded the American
flag around him and then laid the un
ion Jack over IL Standing a few paces
back, he faced the officer and soldiers
and shouted defiantly, 'Now, shoot If
you dare, through tu heart of Eng
land and America!
"And they dared not do It, for they
feared the consequence, ao the map
was at once released. In telling me,"
said Dr. Peck, "Mr. Hasklns said to
me, with tears streaming down his
cheeks even then, They loosed me
then, and. oh. how I longed to embrace
those two flags! "-Anglo-American.
A safe rule lu feeding is to give
enough to satisfy and no more.
Droppings should uot be allowed to
accumulate In the poultry bouse longer
than a week.
Bone dust supplies an abundance of
bonemaklng material and counteracts
any tendency to diarrhea.
When possible, give the poultry bouse
a southern exposure and furnish that
side with an abundance of light.
While wheat Is one of the best grains
to feed to fowls, It should uot be fed to
excess or It may cause diarrhea. Feed
It with other grains.
Loss of feathers Is generally caused
by want of greeO food or want of n
dust bath. Supply both, and, as a local
application, use mercurial ointment
Breed the best flesh formers for mar
ket; then feed them up to as great a
weight as possible. Well fattened, well
dressed poultry bring the best prices.
A Paint ( Order.
Oue of the conspicuous features Id
the decorations of a certain official
building Is a full length portrait of
George Washington. Being just be
hind the speaker's chair, It Is In full
sight of everybody who rises to speak.
During a heated discussion, which In
volved the honor of the Btnte and na
tion, a member rose and, pointing to,
tho portrait, began In oratorical style.
"By those eyes that never quailed be
fore an enemy, by that nose"
Then he was Interrupted by a mem
ber lu the rear, who rose to a point
"Mr. Cbajrman," said the objector,
"I claim it Is out of order under par
liamentary rules to call the ayes and
noes In a committee of the whole,"
New York Times.
Or Course She Wan Glnd.
"Po you overcame that old antipathy
of yours." her husband remarked, "and
called ou Mrs. Kuhhles?"
"Do you think she was glad to see
"I am sure of It."
"Ahem! Voti nuit have some reason
for that belief outside of her assur
ances." "I have. I had on the old dress that
was iimde over twice, nij hat was out
of style, and my hair hnl become in
curled, while she hml nn n gown that
could not nave conir from anywhere
but Paris. Could s;.c help being glain
to see me?" I.i slii 's Weekly.
tlfi.-vmil i nlY.Tlty.
narvnrd iniiw; :;y derives Its came
from Hew .lehn Harvard, lis earliest
benefactor, who i:i !i;;!s Itcjncathed one
half of his estate, amounting to S00,
for the endowment of the college.
Harvard hall v. as imilt In I TO.". Hot
worthy hall of brick lu 1S1'.' and Ilollis
Ilall, also of brkk. In ITiU Stoughton
hall, being of th- snme dimensions and
material as Ho;t:. was built iu ISO t.
and a writer of IIT states that "its
appearance- is somewhat !n the modern
style." Boston Budget.
Hon It lleai'mtileil blather.
VNo." said Mr. Me-lderarass to the
restaurant man; "no. I'll not say that
your pie Is jest like mother n."d to
make, but I'll say this It's pun' uigh
as ciusty as she used to git." Balti
t ' GEORGE BROS;
! R EST A U RANT
Newly Furnished and Refitted ;
HEALS AT ALL HOURS OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
This Restaurant has no Superior in the City m
Opposite Klectrfc Hotel
Bread Is the
The better the. flour, the better the bread;
. The better the bread, the stronger the staff.
... Patent Flour. ..
X Makes the Whitest, Lightest Bread. It is kept -
X for sale by alt dealers. Demand "Patent" Flour.
J Made by.
PORTLAND FLOURING MILL CO.
T?-v A I 4-
J " x.XI1IUoV tastefully gotten up and are valuable for
. what they contain. Here is ft partial list
iVJrk'H-ii i- rr f what MR. CHAS. S. FEE, eneral Passenger
11 U ill 111 21 Agent, St. Paul, Ninn., will Send out, carefully
j mailed, upon receipt of prices given. Any combi-
nauuu uau nt made, ana money or express orders, silver or stamps will be
accepted. This is a fine opportunity to obtain (rood descriptive reading
An annual fnblicatton, beautifully Illustrated tn color and
half tone. ThlB number treats imrliciilurlv nl the hli.nr n
the Northern Pacific's Trademark, the Custer Battlefield In
.Montana, and the Yellowstone Park.
A neat and dainty publication containing a complete history
of tho Northern Paeiflo Trademark. The artistic covers of
the Wonderland, 1901 are used In miniature.
Wild Flowers from Yellowstone . ,
A book of pressed wild flower from Yellowstone Park,
showing the real flowers in thetr natural colors. A dainty
and beautiful souvenir ten specimens of flowers and six
. full psge illustrations of Park scenery.
Yellowstone National Park .
A new 112 page book in strong. Ileilble covers, good paper,
plain type, illustrted, pocket size, a compendium I and
descriptive of the World's Wonderland. 1
Climbing Mount Rainier
An Illustrated pocket-size book, 72 pages, In strong, flexible
covers, printed on heary paper, descriptive of an ascent of
the hlcheBt peak In the United States outside of Alaska of a
2nd Annual Sale
We Can Do Better...
By you this year than ever', before and would
be pleased to have you give us a trial order.
We do not run a department store or a black
. smith shop, but we do corduct a . ,
7TH STREET GROCER
ILook .at 11ie Prices
Jumbo Mush, 2li lbs. in package,
2 packages for ..15c
Salmon, 3 cans 25c
Arm & Hammer Soda, 8 lbs.
Good Syrup, per can 25c
Roast Coffee, from 10c
Green Coffee,- per lb 10c
Sardines, 6 cans..... 25c
3-lb. can Baked Beans 20c
Washing Powder, per lb. .... . 5c
Ackerman Coffee Extract, 8
Lemon and Vanilla Extracts,
per oz 5c
Bird Seed, with bone and grav
el, per package 7c
Blueing, per bottle....; 5c
Matches, per bunch ic
GLASS SETS consisting of SUGAR
BOWL BUTTER DISH. SPnnw
HOLDER and CREAMER, from 35c per set.
We carry the CELEBRATED CAT
TARAUGUS CUTLERY COS RA
ZORS and POCKET CUTLERY, and
COURT HOUSE BLOCK
OREGON CUT, OREGON I
Staff of Life!
The Northern Pacific is not
ed among railways for its
ftdvprt.iftinff mattar ft.
pamphlets, folders, booklets, etc.. are
Sewing Machine Oil, per bot
Regular 15c Shoe Dressing. . . 10c
Lemonade Sets, from $1
White Metal Teaspoons, per
Curling Irons, each 4c
Fancy Toilet Soap, per box. . ic
Lead Pencils, per dozen 10c
Table Oil Cloth, per yard.... 8c
Toilet Soap, long bar 4c
Men's Working Gloves, from... 5c
Men's Black and White Striped2
Working Shirts 43c
Men's Suspenders 15c
Men's and Boys' Hats at fac
Men's and Boys' Leggons 40c
tf-ww n 'way
OREGON CTIY, ORE.