OREGON CITY COURIER-HERALD, FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 1902. $ Your Share of the Profits I. J. J.Xl k3 lAVVV til great measure due to its many custom- ers and therefore, you, as customers, are entitled to a share of the profits, This profit comes to you in the way of better prices; instead of paying the reg- ular price of $1.00 a bottle for Peruna or Pierce's medicine as you have in the past, you can now get it for 75 cents. Is this not like having an interest in a dividend paying business? Our loss in this respect is made up in two ways: First, in buying right, for spot cash, and direct of the makers, which means about JO per cent better prices than the aver- age store gets, and, Secondly, more bus- mess Why, we have increased our business well, a greater per cent, than we care to say here and yet our ex- penses for rent, clerk hire, light, &c,re- mam about the same as a year ago, O Therefore we get our dividends in in- creased business, and you get yours in lower prices. . 0 I u 1 80 C Swamp Root, reg ular $1. QCC Castoria, regular $ LJ 35c. j "7 CC Oregon Blood Pur T I U ifier, regular $1. I Q C Cuticura Soap, reg- I U ular 25c. 85( ular $1.00. virv if AC Electric Bitters, reg- TU ular 50c. X "inC Herpicide, regular iU $100 IQC Lyon's Tooth Pow- I J der, regular 25c. 7pTCZ Hawley's Catarrh I J Cure, regular $1. 20G M 25c-Pills- jflC Beggs Blood Puri A UU ficr, regular $1 X 7 ffC Pure Olive Oil, reg. ular $1. Best qual- ity table oil IQC Rubifoam, Ivf regular 25c. O ' ICC Bensoliptus Tooth I J Powder, regular 25c. QnCPainesCeleryCom- OU pound, regular $1 C Ivory Soap, reg. 5c "7 C Wool Soap, reg. 10c O 7 Afl T-1 01. $9 i ttiectro oiiicon. v regular 15c Y I AC S. S. White's Tooth Powder, regular 25c. I PC 4711 Soap, I vl regular 25c. dflC Hind's Almond Y v Cream, regular 50c. 7 EC Quaker Herbs, reg- I J ular$l V The above prices are just a sample of the bargains we have to offer you. Our cut price includes prescrip tions, toilet articles and every day supplies. C. G. Huntley, Popular Price Druggist jr A A 11. AIT I 111 s "fl ftC Pierce's Pellets, regular 25c. 1 OSr SWpn'S a DWn I race Powder, reg- Y ular 15c Y QKC Robertine, reg ular 50c. fgiC 3 Porous Plas- ''ters, regular 25 ea. J51hC Beef, Iron and Wine, reg. 75c Best Spring Tonic 1 C Best Spices in cans; Y Allspice, Cloves Reg 10c Y 5 c Nutmegs, per doz C Talcum Powder, regular 1 5c Pierce's Favorite Regular $1 ly tC Pierce's Medical w " Discovery r Regular $1 ftlC 100 Grain Quin- A ine Pills, reg. 50c 1 Pinldiam's Ve- getable Compound, regular $1 V fl Carter's Liver A 11 Pills, regular 25c A Q EC Shoop's Restora tive, regular $1 QEIC Shoop's Rheuma tic Cure, reg. $1 Q EC Ayer's Hair Vigor, 00 regular $1 ilC Green Mt. Asth v ma Cure, reg. $1 o 'C Scheif men's Asth ma Cure, reg. $1 3QC Coke's Dandruff Cure, reg. $1 85C 7 Sutherland Sis ters Hair Restorer, regular $1 ear's Soap, regular 25c vvv no s s PERSONALS B. W. Iliig, of Cliainpoeg, was in the city Sunday. W. B. Garrett, of Col ton, was in town Wednesday. F. Hahn, of 2ew Era, was in Oregon City Wednesdey. James O. Morris, of Macksbarg, was in town Monday. John E. Schneider, of Killin, was in the city Saturday. James W. Marre, of Springwater, was in the city Monday. Peter Pague, of Milwaukie, was in Oregon City Saturday. Frank Milstead, of Springwater, was in Oregon (Jity Monday. Henry Smith, of Canby, was a visi tor in ihe city Monday. William O. Heater, of Highland, was in Oregon City Monday. C I. Gipson, of Molalla, is spending the summer at Gower, Mo. George G. Bingham, a Salem attor ney, was in the city Monday. A. H. Wing, of Portland, wns a visi- ' tor in the city during the week, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Gard, of Clarkes, were visitors in the cily Tuesday. Lawyer Ohas. Rohlin, of Salem, was a guest of Mrs. J. A. Cole Monday. J. G. Pilsbury, of Portland, was vis iting friends in the city yesterday,. A. It . Doolittle, of McKee, was visit ing relatives in the city yesterdar., Mr and Mrs. John Shindler, of Canby, were in the city Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Judd, of Molalln, were visiting in the city Wednesday. Irving M. Pratt and W . II. Jones, of Beaver Creek, were in town Monday. Herbert Bestow, of Portland, was via iting relatives in the city Wednesday, Misses Blanche and Ethel McCord were visiting friends at Canby Sunday. Newton MflOoy and Cluudo Strahan, Portland attorueyH, were in the city Monday. CO. Rose, of the salem woolen mills, was visiting his old home at Canemah Wednesday. William, Johnson, of Dam.i6eus, the citizens candidate for assessor, was in town yesterdny. Miss Grace Miller has completed her second term of school at Liberal, and returntd home. Mias M. S. Barlow, teacher of the Jiariow school, was in the Wednesday, visiting relatives. F. A. Sleight, of Cnnby, the republi can candidate for county clerk, was in the city Wednesday. Hans Paulsen, the republican candi date for the legislature from George, was in town Wednesuay. William Brobst. the republican candl date for commissioner from Wilsonvilie, was in town Wednesday. Misses Rose and Emma Reuck, of Bar low, were guests of Helen and Rachel McCord, of Mt. Pleasant. Miss Nellie Hoyd, of Mitchell, who nas Deen visiting Mrs. w, (J. Green, re turned home Wednesday. R. S. Guttridge, of Springwater, has ordered his Courier-Herald forwarded to Baby McKee Mine, Cabieville. J. E. Corlyle, recently returned from Thunder Mountain, states that will be come in time a big mining camp Mrs. Louisa Pauli, after visiting her aaugncer, Mrs. xnomas Warner for a year, left Tuesday for her home in Day ton, Ohio. H. E. McGinn, the Multnomah county republican candidate for state senator, was in Oregon City Wednesday afternoon. Mr. akd Mrs. J. Tompkins, who are now lining near Warren, in Columbia county, were viBiting friends he'e dur ing the week. Charles Straight, son of Cyrui Straight, who has lived in Astoria for the past year, was visiting relatives here during the week. Mrs. A. A. Engelbart and two child ren went to Salem Wednesday evening to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ja cob Winger for a few weeks. Green Stewart, who has been a resi dent of Molalla for the past 20 years, left this week for hisoldhome in Missouii, where he expects to remain. W. W. Irwin, of Aurora, was in the city Tuesday, having concluded his la bors as a grand juryman in the United States circuit court at Portland. H. C. Gilmore, city councilman; Howard Eccles, teacher of the Mundorf Bchool ; Otto Evans and James Evans, all of Canby, were in town Monday. Ex-Governor Sylvester Pennoyer was calling on ol 1 friends in the city Tues day. Among the places t hat he visited, was the cit:zens campaign headquar ters, 1 Wayne Howard, who has a big con tract lor cutting cottonwood cord wood, on the Santiam, for the Portland excel sior mills, went up the valley yesterday. He hs had some difficulty in securing a sufficient number of wood choppers. Superintendent Dalton and family, of the Crown paper mills, have removed to the dwelling on the corner of Sixth and Water streets, at the rear of the Bank of Oregon City. W. P. Hawley and family are now occupying their own residence on the West Side. 0. D. Robbing, of Logan, was in town Tuesday. He is one of several dairy men, who put up green clover bay silos last fall. The silos met every expecta tion, and the feed was readily eaten by the cows. However, there was some waste to the silos, but this can be rem edied hereafter. All the dairymen in that section have fed out their silos, ex cept Mr. RobbinB, and he has but little leit. Hsl Rands left for Idaho Wednesday, to do some preliminary work on a sur veying contract to be executed by him self and his brother, County Surveyor Ernest Rands. The former has received a new Young solar compass from Philadelphia, the fineet ever brought to Clackamas county. Ernest Rands will follow his brother, accom panied by a crew a few weeks later. The Georg'a Harper Company of ten people will appear at the opera house to night and to-morrow night. Also will give a matinee at 2:30 Saturday after noon at which time the price of admis sion will be 10c to everyone. 100,000 Rolls of Wall Pa per at 5c per double roll at W. L. Block, The Home furnisher, opposite P. O. ! LOCAL NEWS ITEMS 5 Ribbons lc per yard and up at Racket Store. Union Shop porcelain baths. Parker, the barber. "Fanchon the Cricket" at the opera house to-night. The only Union Shop in the city. Parker, the barber. Candidates cards of all kinds printed at Courier-Herald office. Bargain in the Latest Hats at Red Front Special Millinery Sale, Don't miss the matinee to-morrow at 2 :30, opera house, 10c to everyone. Hair Rolls, boy's waiBts, Sunbonnets and children's hats Racket Store. The only barber shop in the city em ploying union labor. Parker, the barber. Special Millinery Sale at Red Front. The democratic state candidates will speak at I'anby and Oregon City on May loth. For Sale Two a 1 milch cows. In quire of A. Pressy, first house past West bide school. Tne West Oregon City school gymna sium has been completed. It, is a veiy neat structure, 30x60 feet. Thos, H. Slaughter has purchased 80 acres in section 1, township 6 south of range 1 east, for 500 cash. New specialties are given between the acts at each performance of the Georgia Harper Co. at the opera house this week. A. Robertson, the Seventh Street gro cer, recently received the first carload of sugar ever landed in Oregon City at one time. V. Harris has purchased the Richard Freytaj; grocery stock and a running both stores. J. W McAnuliy will as sist in the Freytag store. H. W. Jackson has made several trial runs with his new automobile, and it has proven higldy satisfactory. It is a thing of beauty and rapid transit. The net proceeds of the Mt Pleasant school entertainment was $'?6 lhere was some talk of repeating the play as many were unable to attend last week. A Sumpter item says that John No ble, of Oregon City, has let a contract for pushing the tunnel work toll feet lur ther on the Paul Kruger group of claims in the Sumpter district. Charmen & Co., the RELIABLE DKUUUiSTS, nave cut tbe prices ot Drugs and Patent medicines Bicycles and Stationery. See their Bhot-to-pieces advertisement. . Card of Thanks W. A. Hedges de sires to extend his appreciation of the kindnesef s of many friends, during the illness of his late wife, and in the hours of hie sadness and affliction. - Geo. H. Gregory, Jr., the Molalla teasel grower, was in the city Wednes day. He has moved bis teasel barn to the village from bis former location ana will continue his teasel farm. Turney will give one of his popular dances in Canemah park Saturday night. The park has been cleaned up and fitted with new buildings and floors, and is now lighted by electricity. Fred Meindl, the socialist candidate for state senator, spoke last night at Highland, and will speak this evening at Macksburg. He also has dates at Shubel on May 2nd and at Clarkes on May 3rd. II. M. Ilarnden, of the Koey Kandy Kitchen, has fitted up rooms back of his store for ice cream tables. He will also install a motor and power freezer and will do a wholesale business In this as well aa the candy line. Mrs. and Mrs. W. M. Paddock wish to express their gratitude to their friends and neighbors for the kindness and sympathy extended to them during the illness and at the death of Walter Cooper, the son of Mrs. Paddock. The Mother's Club, of Oregon City, will meet at the residence of Geo. O. Brownell Thursday afternoon, May 1st. The leading topic will be: "What Errors of the Mother make Most Trouble for the Teacher." The presence of guests as well as members of the club is desired. "Way Back East" an up-to-date ruaal comedy drama will be produced by the Georgia Harper Co. at the opera house on their last oppearance Saturday night. Georgia Harper is an excellent actress with an elegant wardrobe, she is surrounded by a good company, de serving of liberal patronage. "Grandma" Hornschuch, an elderly German woman, held in high esteem, who died at Elyville, was interred in the the Beaver Creek cemetery yester day, after appropriate funeral services. She was a widow and the mother of Abel and Einil Hornschch, of Beaver Creek. Rudolph Aegeter, of Redland, was ar raigned before County Judge Ryan Tuesday afternoon on a charge of insan ity, hut Dr. Carll pronounced him sane, and he was dischaged. He also had an examination before the prosecuting at torney on a charge of threatening to hoot J. 3," Bargfeldt, but wbb dis charged. W.F.Young, the well known hop raiser and ex-school teacher, who lives in Pleasant Hill precinct, near Sher wood, was nominated for Joint repre sentative of Clackamas and Multnomah counties by acclamation at the meeting of the democratic county central com mittee, held Tuesday afternoon. The republican candidates held a meeting at machine headquaiters Wed nesday, and arranged plans for the campaign. As heretofore, one man will have absolute dictation of the cam paign, as no special committee for that purpose was named. The candidates will begin their itinerary of speech mtkine in the various precincts on May 7th. J. M. Kendrirk will have a hearing in Justice McAnnltj's court tomorrow on a charge of killing fiah in the Molalla river, n"ar Canby, with dynnmite. He was firred y Constable M'ody two or three days ago. Two young men named Duncan were arrested for the same offense, but it is understood that they were rleased. At the meeting of ihe local union of fhe American Federation of Labor, held Wednesday nicht, over 100 new mem bers were added to the lodge. There is now a total of 513 names on the list. The woolen mill employes union now numtiers over 200.-and. as some of the men belong to both organizations, it is likely the union strength in town num bers nearly 700 The morning theme at the Congrega tional church will he "The Correct Use of the Soul's Monitor." In tne evening the pastor will give the last of the se ries of sermonB on "Faith and Wasle of Life." The book of Job has been used to illustrate this series, and the last, "Faith Purined and Corrected," is to show how life's perplexities may train ttie eye of faith to see God, Some plays have lobe waits between acts that are quite tiresome to the Budi ence. There are r.o waits in the per formance of "Too Rich To Many," which will be at Shively's opera house on Friday, May 10th. There is a goodly list of specialties that an given during the performance and between the acts. Not a dull moiueut is left, for the audi ence from tha time the curtain goes up until the close of the Inst act. The specialties in the piny belong there and nt in just the right places. The steamer Leona, which has been overhauled and repainted by the Oregon City Transportjticn Company, began making regular trips between Oregon Citv and Portland. It is a delightful ride on the river at uny season of the year, and more especially during the spring and summer months Tne only way landings are Magone'B park, Mel drum'B, Moreys, Risleys and Oswego, enabling the boat to make rapid time up and down the river. The time table is as follows: Leave Oregon City at 7 :00 a. m. and 10:00 a. m. and 1 :30 and 4:30 p. m. Leave Portland at 8:30 and 11 :30 a. m. and 3 :00 and 6;15 p. m. Professor T. J. Gary, principal of the West Oregon City publio school, and a number of his pupils were visitors at the rooms of the Oregon Historical So ciety today. The object of the visit wat for us educational value, ihe pupiia enjoyed the diversion greatly, and gniueu iiiucu vmuauie uisioricai liuor- mation by studying tha many relics dis played. The following persons signed the register: Arvie Batdorf, Lilly Schmidli, Amanda Klinger, Robert In gram, Miss Humphrys, Miss Miller, Bessie McMillan. Verne Batdorf, Fran ces Wilkinson, Andrew UcDaniel, Ma be) Pusey, Bessie Ingram, Bessie Shobe, Herbert WeBton, Arthur Schmidli, Ida Kelly, Willie Armstrong, Robbie Ward, Lavada Freem'an, C. Smith, Carrie Ver ner, Albert Melvin, Hugo Schoeheinz. Thuisday'e Portland Evening Jour nal. A Fourth of July meeting was held at the county court roo.n Tuesday, under the auspices of the' Retail Merchants Association. President Duane O. Ely presided, and there was a general dis cission of the matter. It was agreed that the principal exercises be held on Main street, and it was generally esti mated that it would take at least $700 to defray the expenses of a celebration, inclusive of music, sporta prizes and fireworks. The following committee was appointed to solicit subscriptions, and report in two weeks: Chrrles Al bright, L. Adams, M. Michaels, J. P. Lovitt, Dr. W. E. Carll, J. W. Moffatt, G. B. Dimick, O. G. Huntley, G. W. Grace and O. Schuebel. When the amount has been subscribed, the names of the subscribers, with the amounts put dowa, will be printed in this paper. Foley's Kidney Cure makes kidneys and bladder right. Don't delay. Char- man & Co. SHOT PIECES PRUG WAR has shot to pieces almost every article In our Complete Down-To-Date DRUG STORE, even postage stamps reduced. You will find this sale a money saver, as we make the price. We buy direct from the manufacturers, and you get fresh genuine goods from us. If you do not see what you want ask for it. Here are a few of our cut prices : Regular. Special. 13 two-cent stamps .... 215c Peruna $1 00 74o Carter's Little Liver Pills 25 15c Pink Liver Granules 25 lOo Kidney Pills 60 25o Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.... 1 00 74o Shoop's Restorative 1 00 85c Wood's Sarsaparllla 1 00 55c Red Line Barsaparilla 1 00 60c Castoria 35 24c Paine's Celery Compound 1 00 80o Best Gasoline, quart 25 10c Swamp Root (Kilmer's) Hot Water Bottles, 8, 3 or 4 Our Drug Store contains over dozen ordinary Drug Stores, it is full progressive lines, its trade is founded grown with 20 years of experience, only years can bring fullness of know ledge, and experience is an important thing in the DRUG Business. Unng us your PRESCRIPTIONS and drug orders and we will treat you right. Mai: orders solicited. CHARMAN The I'hone 13 our phone connects with w e Open Checking Accounts For firms and individ uals. We supply them with check books, so t that they can draw against their deposits in favor of other persons. Depositors are thus en abled to pay bills or withdraw money with out coming to the bank. ? O i The BANK of OREGON CITY Oregon Gify, Ore. The fruit farms on Willamette rive, bet een Portland and Oregon City; alec stock and grain farms in Clack mat county, five to twenty miles from Tort land for sale at reatonable prices and upon easy terms. Inquiie of Commer cial Bank, Oiegon Cily. Chainless Bicycles Reduced. The exhorbitant price charged fof chainless bicycles has kept them out of the hands of the average wheelman, though their superiority in every way is generally acknowledged. This jear Huntley's Book Store is quoting special prices in the chainless no higher than chain wheeN. Public Speaking, Subjects: Machine Politics, High Taxes, Corruption in ollice. The Candidates on the Citizens ticket and other speaker will address the peo ple as follows : Mulino, Thursday, April 24, at 7 :30. Beaver Creek, Saturdav, April 20, 7:30. Milwaukie, Monday, April 28, at 7:30. Canby, Tuesday, April 29, at 7 :30. Clackamas, Thursday, May 1, at 7 :30. Tualatin, (Frog Pond schoolhouse) Sat urday. May 3, at 7 :30. Everybody invited. Funeral of Mrs. Alice F. Hedges. Mrs. Alice F. Hedges, wife of W. A. Hedges, aged 41 years, nine months and 16 days, died at Salem, last Monday. The funeral services were held at the family residence Wednesday afternoon, the services bbing conducted by the Rer. P. K. Hammond. The interment was in the Canemah cemetery and the services at the grave were conducted by Mrs. Thomas F. Ryan, noble grand of Willamette Rebekah Degree Lodge, assisted by the chaplain, Mrs. W, H. Howell. The funeral was largely at tended. There were many floral trib utes in evidence. , MrB. Hedges' maiden name was Brayshaw. She left a hus band and two children. WEDDINGS. Miss Madalne F. Casey, and O. Q. Muhlig, both of Portland, were married at the Congregational parsonage, April 19th. Rev. E. S. Bollinger was the of ficiating clergyman. Miss Oma Estes, of Clackamas caunty, and Oscar RusbcII were married ia the city last Friday, County Jndge Ryan officiating. A marriage license was issued to Ade line Tucker and Harrison Collius on the 23rd. When You Go Into a Drug Store to get a bottle of Painkiller, examino it carefully to see if it is made by Perry Davis, and don't be persuaded to take something "jut as good" because it is a few cents cheaper. There is only one Painkiller. "Perry Davis.' " Largo bot tles 25 and 50c. 1 00 80c at 1 00 05c 20000 articles, would make a half of grown and its growth has been along on confidence, a confidence that has & CO., Reliable Cut-rVice Druggists. any part of the County or State.