Image provided by: Oregon City Public Library; Oregon City, OR
About Oregon City courier=herald. (Oregon City, Or.) 1898-1902 | View This Issue
OREGON CITY COURIER-HERALD, FRIDAY, JAU ARY 24 9
.Tank Frost Drtid a visit to our burn
several nights last week.
Fall sown grain looks fine.
Mrs. Jones, of Scotts Mills, was vis
iting her parents in this section a tew
A coui.le of our boys attended the
dance niven bv Mr. Siiotsinan near Mo
lalla on last Saturday nitflit. They both
report havintr h id a iiood time. What
as the attraction, Al?
R.F. Wyltnd, who has been working
near Scotts Mills the past winter, re
turned homn last week.
A. D. Massing, of Stony Point, was
visiting relatives on Missouri Ridge a
few days ago.
lr.i,n Fnrirmnn was vimtinie bis uncle
on Rock Creek, who has been quite ill
for soma time, Thursday last .
n T slmnlitpr. a well known freisjlit-
ar of this district, hauled in a load of
mill feed for F. W. McLearn one day
last week.' He reported the roads a lit
Our worthy Vvilhoit representative
was seen passing through this section a
few days ajjo.
Bill Clements and Frank Gray are
busy clearing land from the look of
things. High Hill will soon be tians
iormed into 'a garden of Paradise.
Orlan Thomas is busy breaking sod.
C. G. Vorhie3 is busy sawing bis
year's wood .
J. L. Crouso is in the wood business.
Bovs. bring V'liir best girls and lunch
hualnif hi A. 'I'lu ird's on
fan. 20th, and shake your foot till morn
Ben Wade is in the board business.
He is now prepared to Qil your orders
with flut cl.iss tir lo.uds and cedar
posts. Giv i him a trial.
r fi. Vorhies left last Friday
(or Mill City to attend a birthday party.
There mmt be somethingvery attractive
there That is right, Jim, for a pretty
,irl lie Emma would cause the heart of
any man to nutter. Prepare your cow
bells and tin cans and also load your
guns, boys, for I know what will hap
pen. Mrs. Margaret Slaughter and son, who
have h.-en visiting her daughter at Wal
lace. California, tor tne past,
months, returned home
I The socialist club will hold ite meet
ing at Mr Koch's residence tomorrow
i night. While I will not pledge myself
the support 01 any party orcanu luaies.i
do believe tne ouly way to ally the re-;
form forces is under socialism' It will
bring out more voters on election day
than umier ttie democratic ana especi
ally the fusionist banner. Fusion is
confusion. I think the raiae on assess
ment and the increase of the tax levy
will make a good point for reform campaigners.
Two families have arrived from the
EaBt. one of which will move into the
Will Yohann house.
J. M. Sperl, of Oregon City, visited
relatives in the upper section last week.
If the roads keep on getting bad like
they have been the last few weeks the
farmers will have to get cork tires to
put on their wagons.
Speak gently to the young
For they will have enough to bear.
PaBS through this lite as best they may.
'lis full of anxious care.
Speak gently to the aged one,
Grieve not the care-worn heart.
The sands of life are nearly run,
Let such in peace depart.
Speak gently, kindly to the poor,
Let no harsh tone be heard.
They have enough they must endure,
Without an unkind word.
Speak gently, 'tis a little thing,
Propped in the heart's deep well,
The good, the joy, which it may bring,
Eternity shall lel'l.
On Saturday, January 18th, the so
cialists of Maple Lane perfected the or
ganization of a local branch bv the elec-
h.q o.,nini nf tion of the following officers for the term
foot till morn- f three months: Chairman, A. Ban-
inanii, of Fly; organizer, (.. K Gibbs,
of Ely; financial secretary, N. W. Rich
ards, of Oregon City ; corresponding sec
retary, William Beard, of Ely ; litera
ture agent, W. F. Bray ton, of Ely . Ac
cording to the terms of the charter thh
organization will hereafter be known as
Local No. 17 of Mapli Lane, Clackamas
county, Oregon. Let the good work go
on, eo fay all of us What precinct
will he the next to follow the lead of
Maple Lane? Local No. 17.
remains Sunday morning they could
have told what some of the marauders
ate for supper. Who ate canned toma
toes I Who tough beefsteak 7 And who
the little yallerdog. As long as the
Barlow people want to submit to such
outlandish conduct on their streets and
sidewalks they may ,and when they want
to put a stop to it, they can. The boys
know where to go when they waut to
paint the town.
F. 0. Andrus lost a valuable cow last
week . It was hard luck for two old people.
Whoever it was that named over some
prospebtive democratic candidates for
the legislature should have included
Judge W. W, Jesse, or do the democrats
want mostly lawyers in preference to
farmers like their old-time opposition
party the republican?
Fred Hearst, the popular Aurora
miller, was circulating in Barlow Satur
day. Always welcome, Fred !
We wish to say that for some reason
our letter to the Courier-Herald last
week was not quite all pudshed. We
' said that the old 8)ldierhad a double
advantage when it came to peusions, as
he Wjs Iioi h a soldier and worker. A
typographic d error made it say that we
stole a watch We went rig ir, over to
Judge Jesse and gave ourselves up, but
he let me go on my own recognizance.
Mrs. Freeman's lunch at the euchre
club was a feast.
Weill Well! Mr. and Mrs Dell Hart,
that boy is a bouncer big enough to
make a socialist of. We all extend congratulations.
It our school board rioesn t hurry up
with that fence we may not get the trees
set out this winter. Hurry up those
"Though he earth keeos the exact
line of its orbit it never gues twice in the
same track. Setting au example to men
who are iucliued to keep their minds in
tne old ruts' . Light ot lrui.li.
went to Portland
wood for L. P. Bums.
Mist Amelia M. lz.in
one day last week.
John Burns went to New Era last Sat
Mrs. Nettie Riggs visited her grand
mother, Mrs. Nancy J. Burn one day
Mr. and Mrs. Irvine Wheeler visited
George Rauch and family Sunday list.
Mr. Editor, I have sent one of the New
Years edition of the Courier-Herald to
Soquel, Calif., to let them get a glimpse
ot a few of the most beautiful places in
" l have used Ayer's Hair Vigor
for thirty years. It is elegant for
a hair dressing and for keeping the
hair from splitting at the ends."
J. A. Gruenenfelder, Grantfork, 111.
Mrs, Gnyer, who has been on the sick
list, is able to be. about now.
Mrs. B. Faust is visiting friends and
relatives in Oregon City.
Miss Lulu llayward, of Oregon City,
was visiting Mrs, II. 0. Inekeep a few
days hist week .
I guess this 111111 be leap yoar as one
of our young ladies "got it in the neck
quite badly, but is now improving.
John Stedham gave a dance to the
young folks Krimiy night. There was a
large attendance anil all had a good
Miss Sarah Jones was visiting her
sister, Mi s. Evans, in Portland a few
days list week
We are having delightful weather at
present, and farmers are busy improv
ing their land.
Mr. and Mrs. E l Morris and family
moved onto their place, that they re
cently purchased of W. Mack.
The iniant child of Mr. and Mrs.
Janv)S Frireir died on the 14th, and the
remains wore lai I to rest in the Zion
cemetery on the 15th.
Mrs. T. L. Bonney has bten on the
sick list for several days past.
M. Pulley and family were the guests
W. M. Harris Suiinav.
A carpet rag party was given at the
home of Mrs. Mary Blosser Thursday.
Among those present were Mrs. Yoder,
Mrs. Mills, Mrs. Pulley and Mrs. I. A.
William Bonney and wife, of Wilsou
ville, were the guests of T. L. Bonney
and family Monday night.
Mrs. Mead entertained a number of
her fiiends Saturday e ening, the evt-nt
being in honor of her 35th birthday.
She waB the lecipientofa number of
J. E. Lutz contemplates going to East
ern Ori-gcn soon.
Born, to the wife of Ed Audrews, a
daughter, on January lb.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Turner have
moved onto their farm at Elwood.
William Braker has purchased a faim.
Mrs. Martha Clark gave a quilting at
her home TueBdav. Nearly all of the
ladies of Falls View were present.
Well, Mr. Editor, mit your permission
I come back mit me again. 1 ou see, ior
pooty near two year I vas watching the
brosberity coming. I see Mr. Corporal,
nf Karlow. and Mr. Oizle. of Molalla, are
dalking apout some new barties. Vats
de madder mit dem, don't ley can see
the brosberity under de good old barty I
Don't dev hear de breacher ten every
Snndav about the uood dimes? Don t
1 hv know eferv man who vas worn 11111
die baper mills can work 13 hours efery
day, ain't dat enutt r u na uregon uny
v snon hat a rock bi e vere eiery nooo
who gomes to town can vork for his
health. Ain't dat enough? Vat more
do vou vant? Und den look at the nice
vetter vat the farmer gets under the good
old barty. Ain't dat euuff? Yoost look
ot all the mans who are willing to sacri
fice efery ting. I tink some even honor,
brinciples und their granmudders's good
name, und taue an office to keep the
broeperity coming. Ain't dat enuff?
Yes, und look at our tax, it is only 32
mills under a new barty. It might bj
50 mills. I dink ve had better stay mit
the barty vat gives the vorking mens
blenty hours to vork und gives the far
mer goo I weather und makes a few nuw
offices efery year. Pootv soon ve vill
hat an ollice tor elerybody. uouiyju
I vas told a little Ivirr. of a new baity
vill be born at W. 0. Hill's house next
Saturday evening. Veil, I dunno, but I
dink dey make a mistake. Vat good did
the beoules set when the odder harty
vaB in bower? Vasitenny neiterioay
vat you bleaee, I dells you Mr. Prownell
did make laws for the beoples vat they
friendships. If the hair
splitting is done on your
own head, it loses friends
for you, for every hair of
your head is a friend.
Ayer's Hair Vijci in
advance- will prevent the
splitting. If the splitting
has begun, it will stDp it.
$1.00 bottle. All druggist!.
all leather goods.
If your druggist ennnot supply you,
send us one dollar met wo will express
you a bottle. Ho sure and piv the name
of your nearest express ollice. Address,
J. G. AVER CO., Lowell, Mass.
Valentine Boh lander had the misfor
tune to break his right arm Monday
Killian Schmidt, of Shubel, was on
our streets one night this week. Kil
lian tlrnks that he iB old enouuti to pop
the Question now. What do you linn k
of it uirls? Sieo to the front and see
-vhieh will be the lucky mie
Mr and Mrs John Bohlander, ot Port
land, visited the former' mother Satur
da and Sunday.
Wilsonville has three lodges in good
Jake Peters visited Stafford on im
portant business a few days ago.
Miss Cora Seeley his gone to Wood
burn, where she will remain some time.
Wilsonville has af 1 ist a real live doc
tor, aud will soon have a first-class
Henry Swartz, who fell down and
broke one of his- ribs, is mending slowly.
A Beries of revival meetings began
Tuesday eveuing at the Hood View
church. Two able ministers have been
secured to help in the good woik.
Ilenrv Gherkie is grubbing fir trees
fur Mr Tauchman.
Iiish Seeley will soon begin to blast
Some of the farmers are improving
the time and opportunity in plowing
and sowing gram.
We learn that the basket social at the
Wc ods echoed was a grand success. The
proceeds amounted to so nettling over
$25. John Bntson was the auctioneer.
The pn ceeds will be used to pay the
Never thought of such a
for a medicine did you?
Well, it's a good sign foi
Scott's Emulsion. The body
has to be repaired like other
dungs and Scott's Kmulsion is
the medicine that does it.
These poor bodies wear out
from worry, from over-work,
from disease. They get thin
and weak. Some of the
ones are not well
all of the old ones
the work both
t. It makes soft
thin blood red,
places full. Only the best ma
terials are used in the patching
and the patches don't show
through the new glow of health.
No one has to wait his turn.
You can it T-i:rM:f-) u
inside and 01
Tin. 1 - i.,-!. -..Hj
th-fTia.!,' '. X '.
l'lmuibion ;....! :. 1 i.n
wrapper i f every hot! v.
Send for fr sample-
SCOTT ."t HOW NT,
409 Pearl St . New Yoik
Cold frosty mornings
white froBts then a rain.
Peath has once more entered our burg
and removed from our midst our es
teemed friend and pioneer, Grandma
HaTington, who departed this life Fri
day evening, January 17th, YMi. The
funeral was held at the home of Joe
Harrington, her sun, on Sunday at 9
o'clock, by Hev. Heavens, pastor of the
Baptist church.of which she was a mem
ber. The remains were taken to High
land for inteiment.
Mrs. John May is iptnding a few
weeks at A herd ten, Wai ., with het
Mm. Iliielat is out asiiiin niter her
isenoiiB Uliiet-R ot six wttks.
I Mies Allie Ciitliens, if llaVey, was
i visiting her grandmother. Mrs. ttii 'lat,
I a few days lubt wiek.
I Mrs. Fuller, who has been veiling
lit r daughter, Mis. Albiight.this month,
returned to hi r home at Jefferson tast
Mr. und Mrs. F.d ("iraves.uf Matqumi,
wire vi.-iiii g relatives In ro baturdiiv
and Sunday .
The Mountain View lloso Company
No. 4, bus moved into Fly Bros, old
store, What they ne d now is a tire
Mr. Wallace and Hob Bollard, of
Cains, wire doing Inifiinpsin Oregon
City and l'trtland Monday and Tuesday.
J. Mnrrow' and son re building a
lnrge new 1 hit ken house.
J. (iillett tailed on Mr Mnlvey lat
Monday, who was much pleased to see
an old frit nd again. Mr. Mulvey h is
just returned firm Cul H ruia, a hi re he
has l et n treatid for c lit er of the face,
but finds 110 1 me.
Mr niul Mrs. Ki llot'C, rf Sa'om, are
visiting their urn, trunk, this ueeK.
Misses May Thompson and Frnesiine
HeiTici, of lVrtitu.d, spi-nt Simtliyat
Theccho' d in Mark's Prairie district is
alright. Prof. A 0. Steinbiotigh is
principal, and he is a first-class teacher.
Theodore Campau will erect a neat
cottage on his farm here in the near fu
ture. The entertainment given by the W. O.
W. at Needy was a grand success. The
proceeds amounted to $ 28. ,-.
From a gentleman of Barlow we leacn
that the dance given at Barlow was well
attended. The Canhy toughs were there
and drunk as usual.
G. W. N . Taylor lias been ill the past
Say, you fruit tree peddlers, we are on
to vou r combination. What do you pay
for rejected fruit trees at Woodburn?
Chris Kocker was calling on ye scribe
Eph James is grubbing three acres of
land for Mi. Wii-gnd.
Most ot the hopgrowers here cleareti a
little money on their hops this year,ell
ing them at 10 cents per pound.
The road near schoolhouse No 91 is
three feet with mil), and it will have to
be abandoned until spring.
There is a great deal of complaint made
as to the way the Aurora postofflue js
conducted, and a petition will soon he
circulated for the appointment of a new
We believe that the circulation of the
Courier-Herald could be laa-elv in
creased by a lil tie eHort of a good rust
ling ager.t here.
Mr. Bluhm finished sowing his wheat
Mrs. P. Bott is visiting her chddien
at Lone Bock.
William Beeson and son sold their
sawmill and timber to C. Moehnke and
Mrs. 0. B. Streyffeltr and her sister,
Lena Hornshuh, arrived home from Se
attle last week.
I. Schmidt has purchased a new Dind
er, mower and hay rake.
B. Cumins intends to go to Alaska in
the spring with his father-in law., T. Sa
Mr. Wade, who came here from Sontti
Diikota last, fall and who rented the
Cumins fa. m, intends to return to Da
kota next. fall. He is disgusted with the
bad roads here. I think he will change
his mind before that time.
Oh ! Ye', before I forget it our teach
er, R. Ginther. has another pupil to
teach. It is a little boy, who arrived at
his houe a short thne ago.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Hornnhuh, of Port
land, ate viiiiting at C. Hornihuh'a
What beautiful weather at present
and apples bunging on the trees yet.
F Prier. of South Dakota, a new comer
ihio. has bomrht 100 acres of land of H J
Trullinger.a part of the James Barnard
D L C.
W Skein has built a new woodshed
Now the wood.Billit 1
Plows have stafted again, and seeding
will soon be at hand.
LeviStehman has returned from Co1
lumbia conniv, Wash., and he states
that business down there is good in all
It's hard to tell which will get away
with it the hat, shapps or whisky. The
bushwhatke s a e In r I a' it and brushes
falling ou all sides.
T 0 Ridings passed through our burg
todav with an extra horse.
II L Barnes and Johnny Rhodes
started their grubbing machine Mon
J Akins. eur bind smith, had the mis
fortne to sprain his knee again, but at
present is improving.
Our spring term of school started Mon
day morning with Miss Grace Miller, of
Oregon t ity, at the helm.
Oh, yes, Millie Johnnie is all right.
Harness, Saddles, Brushes,
Curry Combs, Sweat Pads, Etc.
Hand and Machine Made
Harness a Specialty.
Drop in aid lee what
we have in th lutesj
photographs. We can
Ml. Hatch and wife are both sick.
Mi'S Krma Shibley is Inking care of
Al Cary killed a hog weighing 515
pounds, snd got 125 pounds ol lard from
ii William Hard also kill.d some line
It) months' old pigs that weighed over
200 pounds each. His brother John did
the shooting. One of the pi s moved as
ho was about to ,pull the trigger and
Clnirlie got nervous or got to thinking
about his best girl and plank road and
let the gun ntcidently gooff Charlie,
yon must he worse than "hooting 11 bul
let between your oes.
Juiiies M ans has bargained for Mrs.
Carother's faim in Upper Springwater.
Ve w 11 have a new blacksmith. He
is moving in Springwater today.
Mr. and Mrp. George Wa'dion, of Ore
iron City, was visiting relitivei and
friends here last week.
H. C R che was in Portland Thurs
day last on business.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Poorman were in
Portland visiting Friday and Saturday .
Wettlv Clark came up from Canby
Saturday forspend Sunday with his best
Alec Schwabaurer was an Oregon City
Mrs. A. Li. Cornwall and F. W. Set
tlemier wie in Portland on business
Dive llovincton returned from Olem,
Eastern Oregon, last week, and reports
line weather and prospect of good crops
A number of the members of the A.
0. U. W. Lo.lge No. 37, ef tms place at
tended the Uervais Lodge ot tue A. u.
U. W. No. 9, last Wednesday. Tnere
were six new members initiated into the
mysteries of aWorkman. Au oj-Bter sup
per was served after which all departed
for home. Dutch.
People Relieve la It
It has been cvnicallv said that any
thing can be sold by advertising nowa
days. This is not bo. Many liniments
have been advenised but only one
Perrv Davis' iPainkiller has stood tbe
test of sixtv vears' use. Today its popu
lariiv is greater than ever and is based
not noon what anybody s says but upon
what the remedy does. There is but
one Painkiller, Perry Davis'.
James Hall was called to Salem on
Thursday to visit his sitter, who is re
ported st-riously ill.
There was preaching al the Vright
fohoolhouse 1 nt Sumh.v and set vice was
announced for the thiid Sunday iu Feb
ruary at 8 o'clock p 111
A petition is being circulated to locate
a county road rum the junction of the
.Meadowbrook (Jolton ami LaKewise
Wright roads to the Lamb neighborhood.
Mr. llenderhot. is visiting friends and
old neighbors at Woodburn this week.
John Dolan is negotiating with a lier
mau for the sale of his ranch and cattie.
0 R James has erected one of the
most complete and up-to-date model
chicken houses and expects each hen to
il-i her duty.
Mrs. 1$. F. Novt-r was called to Cant)
I Fruit I
Mr. Kideriimn, of Portland, visited his 1 1 it week bv the dentil of a relative.
All quiet on the Molalla a: this 'and-
No report from the euchre club.
The dance Saturday iiik:ht was quietly
and properlv conducted within but vtn
and f 1. all diuggist. I ptoimy without. We suppose that if
tli j coroner hud held au inquest on the
sister, Mrs. Joseph I'errtnger, a tew
days hist week.
Our school was closed hist week on ac
count of smal pox. Only one cafe has
developed eo far, but a nilinlier of per
sons are exposed to tbe disease. Quite a
number of families are quann.uied.
With care the malady may be kept from
Mi", and Mr-t. Mackintosh called on
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Adkius .me day last
Fiank Hilton went to town last Saturday.
Irvino Wheeler is working in James
Ailkitis' sawmill at present.
William Yorpahl, who has been mak
ing hi home in California for some
time, is stiixing out on the Yorpahl
(arm this winter. He intends to return
I C. liioi ni 1 in a shoit time.
T. .1. tii-ines is cutting wood (or Mr.
Cleie ilrs winter.
M s. Ori'n Adktns visited ber bin
hand's patents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse A t
kii s. a few ilny last wees'.
M:i .1. 1!. B irn went to Oregon
City, last Vtdue!a 011 busii.ess.
J.C.C Hull dehorned some 20 head
of cattle one dsy last week An exam
ple that would pay all stock raisers to fol
low. There w;ll be an entertainment and
basket social at, the Canyon Creek Al
liance ball Friday evening, Jaouaiy
;Ust, under tbe auspices of Edith Jack
s 111, whoss school will close on that day.
The proceeds of the basket auction to be
donated to purchase a teachers' desk
aud chair for the school. Everybody
and his bet girl invited. Rox.
Farmers are busy plowing and sow
Ilenrv ShanuJo iss.iwin wm 1 for
William I'helos. Henry has one ot the
best steamsawa around. Uive him a
Mrs Weidner, of Elyville, is visiting
friends in this neighborhood,
Miss Luiise Steiui'ris visiting tier sis
ter, Mrs J Scoggin, of Portland.
Miss Mary Kra"8, of Mount Tabr,
is visiting friends out here.
A Perfect r ood Drink
Mai's from the choices
fruits and. cecals grown
Possesses a dciicate flavor
and arcoip. not found in
any oth-r Ci-real Coflec.
Alt froccrs sen it.
THE MORNINQ TUB
cannot be enjoyed in a bisin of limited
capacity nor where the water supply and
temperature is nnceriain by reason 01
defective plumbing or hf ating apparatus.
To have both put 111 thorough working
order will not proe expensive if the
work ie done by
F. C. GADKE!
Now is the time to buy your
wall paper and Murrovv, the paper
hanger, will sell it to you cheaper
han you can buy it in roitland.
Drop a card in the posteffice and
have sample-book brought to your
house, or telephone Ely Bros.' store
J. MURROVV, Oregon City
OPEN FOR BUSINESS
Dalles Hard Wheat Flour.
Union Gilt Edge
. - 100 Bars Dimond C Soap
Pound Best Costa Kicha Coffee
Tound Mocha and Java Coffee
Pound Good Rice
and Tin Shop
JOBBING AND REPAIRING
OrpoHte Cat field liloi k OREGON ( IT Y
THE P. M. SHARPLES
Has no superior if you want a
large butter yield. No machine
runs so easy or skims so clean.
It is perfect in mechanical con-stru-
tion and finish. Write for
catalogue and prices to
. D. KAUFFMAN
FARE! FOR SALE.
Sltnnteil one mils nnth of Noeilv.containing S3
crps, with good buildings, prune orchard and
well WrtUTi'il ami un(H-r goou siwe 01 cuiuvanon.
AUo ranch Icioatud about 4 milns cast of Smla
Surlnes, consisting of 212 acres, with fairly good
builduiga, is an excellent stucK ranch.
1 tnso plves will lie Bom oneap. ior parucu
ail inquim or adnresfl
A T. rOCHBAN, Administrator,
MILES & McGLASIIAN,
Al afl hug atom. 2 Poks 2 St. ,