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OREGON CITY COURIER-HERALD, FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1902.
In the Circuit Court, of the State Oregon, for
Emma Gillham, 1
T. W. Oillhara.
To T. W. Gillham, Defendant.
In the name of the State of Oregon; You nre
hereby reniured to eppear and answer the com
plaint filed atrumst you in the above entitled suit
and court, by May 3, 11102, and if you fail to answer,
for want thereof, the plaintiff will apply for the
relief prayed for in his complaint tiled herein,
namely, a decree dissolving the bonds of matri
mony existing between plaintiff and defendant
herein and the custody of the minor children
named in plaintiff's complaint.
This summons Is puldMicd by order of the
Hon. 'lima. F. ltynn, Judge of tho county courtof
Clakamas county, duly made and filed March 27
1!H)2 The date of the first publication of this
summons being March 28, 11)02, and the date of
the last publication hereof Mav 2, 1002.
J. J. FITZGERALD.
Attorney fot riaintiff.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notloe is hereby fiven that the undersigned
ha been appointed bv the county court of the
tftate of Oregon for the county of Clackamas, ad
ilnlstrator of the estate of J. EarlyTaulkner.de
ceased. All persons having claims against said
estate are hereby notified to present the same
properly verified, at the ofBoe of attorneys,
Hedges t Griffith, in Oregon City, Oregon, within
Ix months from the first publication of this no
Administrator of the Estate of
J. Early Faulkner, Deceased.
Fint publication on April 4, 1902.
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF REAL
Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a li
cense and order of sale duly made by the county
courtof Clackamas oounty, Oregon, on the 7th
day of April, 1!HK, in the matter of the estate of
William D. Bedford, deceased, I will, on Saturday,
the 81st day of May, 1902, at the hour of 1 o'clock,
'. ui., nt nie couruiouse uoor in uregon uuy,
to the highest bidder the following described real
property belonging to said estate, and described
ae follows, to-wit:
The northeast quarterof section 14, ownship 4
south, range 6 east of the Willamette Meridian in
Clackamas county, Oregon, containing 160 acres.
Terms,oash on day of sale.
asa r. Hawkins,
Adminlstratorof the Estate of
Wm. D. Bedford. Deceased.
H. E. Cross. Attorney for the Estate.
Hated April 14th, 1902.
KOTK'E OF ADMINISTRATOR.
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has
filed in the county court tor Clackamas county,
slate of Cregun, his final report In the estate of Da
vid Minton, deceased, ai d that said court has
fixed Tuesday, .lime 8rd, 1902, at 10 o'clock, a. m.,
as the time for hearina of the objections thereto if
any be made end for settlement ol his accounts
concerning said estate.
T. J. JIOFFIT,
Administrator of suid tslote.
Dated Apr! 1 hh 1902.
NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF
In the county court of the state of Oregon for
Notioe Is herelijr given that the undersigned, ad
ministratrix of the estate of Charles E. Athey, de
ceased, has filed her final report as administratrix
of said estate, and the honorable county court for
said Clackamas county has set as the time for the
bearing of any objections to seid report the hour
of 10:30 a. m. of Tuesday the 3rd day June a D
N KATE R. ATTIEY,
Administratrix of EBlate f
Charles E. Athey, Deceased.
DYE are fast to sun light,
washing and rubbing. Sold by
C. G. Huntley.
Shivcly Opera Kcuse
SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT ,
Friday, May 16
That Merry Musical Comedy
To Rich to Marry
A Scintillating Whirligig of
Lai'ghter, Wit and Humor
AJ1 that's enjoyable in
All Seats, - - 5 Cents
Children, 2j Cents
SO 15 100 acre farm. 7 miles Irom Ore
gon City, IS niilea from Portland. 40
acres in cultivation: 15 acres in wheat,
12 acres in oats, 10 acres in clover, 1 acre
in potatoes, acre orchard, good well
and running water, house, barn, granary,
stable, blacksmith shop with tools, 2
wagons, 2 plows, spring tooth barrow,
peg tooth harrow, cultivator, self binder,
mower, hayrake,feed and bone mill, hay
cutter, and other tools too numerous to
mention. 2 horses, 3 cows, 48 Bheep
with lambs, 2 hogs, 100 chickens, 12
stand bees, 2 sets harness, 2 stoves, some
house furniture. All goes for $42 an
acre, half cash ; balance so suit purchas
er at five per cent, five per cent, dis
count if all cash. A dress,
P. O. Viola. Acorn Fcnk, Eedland.
ling the Stomachs andDowels of
ncss andRest.Contains neither
Opium.Morphtne nor Mineral.
Pimpinn Si J'
ftoJitlU Safc -JnistSetd
fl tyrrt Seed -Ctanfud
Aocrfect Remedy for Constipa
tion. Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea,
Worms .Convulsions .Feverish
oess and Loss of Sleep.
facsimile Signature of
EXACT C0PV OF WRAPPEB.
- A I mVC!f pamphlet, folders, booklet;-, etc., are
J XxilUOol- Ume ullv vtot'en np unil i.ie variable for
nation can he made, and money or express orders, silver or stamps: will be
accepted. This i a tine opportunity to obtain iwod descriptive reading
matter for little or nothing.
An annual publication, beautifully illutrrtt'-d in color and
half tone This number treats particularly of the hislnry of Sen
the Northern PaeiBo'8 Trademark, the C'ister Battlefield in Six Cents ,
Montana, and the Yellowstone Park.
- Miniature Wonderlard ...
A neat an.l dtiinty publication containing a complete hlstjry '
of the Northern Pa-ilic Trademark. Ti- artistic oovera of nd
the Wond t :and, ltM)L are uiiod iu minial nre. . Four Centi
Wild Flowers from Yellowstone
A book of pressed wild flowers from Y-llnwstmie Park,
showing Ihs real ft wen in their natural -ol'irs. A laiuty Send
and beautiful souvenir ten specimens of flowers and six F fty Cents
full page illustrations of Park scenery.
Yellowstone National Park
A new 112 pae book in strong, flexible covers, good paper,
plain type, illustr ited, pocket sue, a compendium , and Twent-flve
diiscrlptive of the Woild's Wonderland. Cents
Climbing Mount Ralnler-
An illustrated pocket.Blze book.
covars, printed on heavy papor,
me miiiiest peait in the unitea
220 FRONT STREET.
Has a complete
: SPRING :
GREAT BARGAINS IK TRIS1S12D HATS
Also a consignment of very cheap hats and trimmings
the Utw Tdea
' i ITT? WUHI T 4 VnDTTET?
idea of the treatment of disease is applied in it- preparation. It is
called the "scientific remedy" because it contains only such Inere
dients as are known to be efficacious in maladies of the class. The
y flakes of dandruff are the dried and hardened discharge from tbou-
sands of little ulcers in the scalp. The New Idea Dandruff Cure
will cleanse these ulcers, stixulate the healthy tissue around them, and
allow them to be healed up by the restoring piwer of nature. It contains
no alcohol, ammonia, sal soda, borax or alkali in any form, or anything
that ill injure either tre hair or skin, and is not contaminated with the
cheap "perfume" which is so well calculated to "bewitch the silly and dis
gust the sensible." It is a Banitary, safe and sure cure for dandruff. It
is put up in full quart bottles, which Is enough to cure any one case (and
ordinarily two r thrte cases), with fui direciions on each bottle. Sold
by the trade at $1 per bottle.
Can be bought from the following dealers in Clackamas county :
C. G. Huntley, Oregon City G. A. Harding, Oregon City
E. E. Charman, Oregon Oity Red Front Trading Co., Oregon City
G. W. Grace, Oregon Cny
W. C. Green. Oregon City
Sold to the Trade by
BEFORE H0 AFTZR kidnersandtheurinarvoriianiof alltaipurlUea,
The reason sulTerers are not cured by Doctors Is because ninety per cent are tronwed wiib
llfla. CI 11 IKN Ik I ine miT mown
als. A written guarantee given ana money reiurnea n ii p"i"j a.
S To i k,, f,r ii.00. bv malL Beod for ri circular and lesamoulala.
arantee aleil ana money rpiunini u , u.i- wjto uu nm, m r - -
G. A. HARD1NQ, Drncslst, Oregon City
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
THE CCNTAUR COttMNV, NEW YORK CITY.
The Northern Pacific is not
ed among railways for its
Rilv-rtifinti iint'ier 1 1 s
what thev con'i'in. H ip I-- a imitiHi lut
of what MR. CHAS. S. FEE, General Passenger
Agent, St. Paul, Minn., will send mt, can-fully
mailed, upon receiiit of prices given . Any combi
72 pasea, in strong, flexible Send
desp.riptivn of an aacent of Twenty-five
states outsme of Alaska ol a cents,
' POTRLAND, OREGON
assortment of ,
rilTTJC 1 1 1 ,,,T ., 1 1, ...
Ely B'.'os., Oregon City '
J. J. Gorbett, Colton
FRANK REDNER oreqon city, ore.
Thin rreat Ve.MUbl
' VltHlizT,tlie prifsi.Tlp-
tlon ot a famoui French hyBlrlun, will quickly cure yu of all ner
voua or dnf-a-iefl of the generative orgauf, ftuco an Loat Manhood,
Insomnia, Tains In the B:-j:Ic. Seminal Kmisainnfl, Nenroue lability,
PimpleTVoflwe!;s to Marrr, KxliauUjm JJralna, Varioofele ana
Constipation. It stops ail louses by day or night Pierenu quica.
una of discbartR, which if notchrlti leads to Spermatorrhea and
nrinwir i'iurB.iiuu,iiui"-i-. " -
" For 25 years I have never
missed taking Ayer's Sarsaparilla
every spring. It cleanses my
blood., makes me feel strong, and
does me good in every way."
John P. Hodnette, Brooklyn, N.Y.
Pure and rich blood
carries new life to every
part of the body. You
are invigorated, refreshed.
You feel anxious to be
active. You become strong,
what Ayer's Sarsaparilla
will do for you.
. $1.00 1 bottle. AH dnifftifa.
Aik your doctor what he thinki of Ayer's
Bartaparilla. He knows all aboutthtigrand
old family medicine. Follow hit advice and
wo wui o. auNii'-n.
J. C. Atsr Co., Lowell, Maw.
- Tuesday, April 29.
Geary 'the Gaary exclusion law
Law is extended without any
Extended, limitation as to time.
Operation of the law in
the Philippines is placed in the hands
of the commission, and in to be ex
tended as far as practicable, to all
American island territory. The hill has
paesed the senate and house and the
measii8e now goes to the President for
for his approval, which is assured.
BMd There were evidently three
Robbers robbers, who robbed the
Break Brownsville Bank, yester
Into day, two of whom 'stood
Bank. euard. Only the inner
door of the vault was
el' wed, and this was easily broken op m
The loss to the bank is about $1500. Al
though the act was committed in broad
daylight, and the Imut uf the vault was
in plain view of the streets, the rubbery
was not discovered until the cashie' re
turned from his dinner. The robbers
thought tht-y had to be in a hurry, and
t herefore missed a large amouut of cash.
The United States senate passes the
oleomargarine bill Big gold find
reported in tundra bi'ds at Cape Nome.
The Portland laundry workers
go on a Btrike in Portland Port
land railroad men dine with E. H. Har
rlman. , , . . .Sol ismitu Kunsell, the aC'
tor, is dead.
. Wednesday, Auril 29.
Hill President Roosevelt's firm
Fears , stand against the trusts
. pflHseyelt. has sent J. J. Hill scur-
-' rving to Washington for
the apparent purpose of drumming np
opgosiiion among toe senate and house
republicans to Mi Rooi-evxlt's renomi
nation. The eff c far seems to be to
strengthen the Pii-sident in quarters
where trus's are not so favorably re
garded is they are with promoters.
H Clay Evans waa offered the con
sul generalship at London The
house passed the omnibus public build
ing bill Special Agent McGonnell
makeo sensational report on Grande
Indian reservation Miss Rose Me
lt rath was killed by a falling tree, while
driving near Vancouver, Wash,
' " Thursday, May 1.
Over 200 employes of Portland Lum
ber Oompady's mill walked out yeBter
day. Union men in five planing mills
were paid off last night, and assert that
they will n6t return to work until they
are promised nine hours' work at the
pay they have been receiving fur 10
Ttie truck drivers 'have demanded an
advance in wages of 25 cents per man
and will probably go out May 15ih, if
they do not get it.
What Thin Folks Need
Is a gre!ater power of digesting and as -s'milatig
fool For them Dr. King's
New Life Pills, work wonders. They
tone and regulate the digestive organs,
gently expel all poisons Irom the system,
enrich the blood, improve appetite,
make healthy flesh. Only 25c at Geo.
try NEW DISCOVERY
FOR THAT COLD.
TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.
Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma,
risy, LaGrippe, Hoarseness,
ore Throat, Croup and
NO CURE. NO PAY. .
Prlc 60c. and $1. TRIAL BOTTLES FRE&
: NEWS OF THE WEEK, ij
"BEE LINE" BUGGIES,
0ilh BUGGIES. ?
1 fJlve hotter Ratlnfort!on than anything on S
v th rnurkirt tit anything likf the pric-, Ik-
S v.nnw they ftrp iniKlf of k1 uiatcrlul, to
j 8 1 ii r id OrK'n rowJH" Iron corncrH on J
txHlU'g, hrucca on HhnftK, heavy second- K
J growth whefl8, Hcit-wt-H rim. If you want
to (Vel mire that yon are getting your pion- v
C ' worth. ak for a "Bee Linn" or a J
? MltPhHI " (ilennt-y) Buggy. We guar- I
autre them. J
7 Mltcholl, Lmwfm Stiver Co I
Hcattle, Kjwkane, Boise. i'ortland. Or. r
WAST MOIIE ItOADll'OJtK.
Ask that Can (J Ida tee for Commis
sioner Pledge to Increaxe
Whereas, We i lie people of Highland,
in maBS meeting assembled, regardless
of politics, for the purpoi-e ot considering
the ques ion of roaduiaking and help de
velop the Tv sources of this part of the!
Whereas, There is only one one-fourth
of the land in ibis district under cultiva
tion lor lack of settlers, and thai it can
never be fully developed nniil the trunk
road, now in course of construction, is
extended and citmpleted to Sprinnwater,
and that we tnge the county court to
complete the said road immediately, re
ganlleKN ot cost.
Whereas, The s dd road is being built
largely by donation, thereby relieving
the corporations and non-resident land
owners of their share of the road ex
pense, thus enhancing the value of their
property without, expense to them. We
disapprove ot this policv being pursued
as tending to put the burden of road
making on ti.e poorer classes, who are
the least able to oear'it.this being un
fair and unjust to litem. But we are
willing to bear our just shar of the ex
pense of roadlmilding in the county re
gardless of expense so long as all prop
erty owners are compelled to do the
Whereas, The various political parties
have adopted their platforms favoring re
trenchment in roadbuiluing. We do
not approve of such policy as tending to
retard rather than develop the resources
of the county. And as the various par
ties have na.ned candidates for county
commissioner, we respectively ask said
candidate immediately to express
through the county presa in positive
terms their viewes on roadbuilding and
in case of their election what their poli
cy will he.
We also ask the legislation candidate
to express their views on the same ques
tion. And now, therefore, be it
Resolved, That in the coming election
we will support only those candidates
who will publicly Commit themselves to
this laudable and much needed enter
prise of building and extending wagon
roads throughout the county. And be
Resolved, That wt endorse the policy
of the present county commissioners in
theu ettorts to build wagon roads and
thus develop the resources of the county
but that we ask that all county roads be
built by taxation aloof, and that asking
for donations he discontinued
And further, we ask the people in all
ot her districts to join u- aod work for
the same purpose.
W, U. Bucknkh. Chairman,
S. M Diinlai', htceiary,
.Bean tin ) Ihi Kind Von Have Always Boiiil
The following is the list of letters re
maining in the postotlice at Oregon
City May 1, 1902:
Wntnen's Liei Viand Caulson, Miss
Nita Field (3), Mrs Mary Trosel
Men'j I.i-i Noey Bee, H t! Cliurchill
Frank ( oo ey (2), Joseph ( ollius, O E
Elliott, K ijrant, Mr Hir , J D Jordan,
C E Kell. r, AS Thomps n, Charles M
GEORGE F. IIORTON, P. M.
Stan tii f Ito K-'Pd Vdu Haw Always BotigM
TO ClIKKA OOI.U IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money n It fails
to curer E. W. Grove's signature 1b on
each box. 25c.
wWIlt 50 YEARS' '
Anyone nenrllng ft flrotfh nui fln: rlptlon may
qnlokly aaoHrtiiiii our r.pi:iin froe whi'tlicr ao
Invention Is probably p-nt"!- uhlu. omiimulcft
ttoiiHRtrictlyoonflilentlul. I I'tiuiUool'.on i'atnuU
Bent free. Oldunt nuuncy 1.: it-vuriiitf patoulR.
Patents tuken throui.')i Mur.n A Co. receive
tptcUii rwtice, wttbout ch'To, iu the
A nunrtsomely HlostrHtPd wpklr. Lnrpfist etr
culatlon of Hoy nclent illo Jounml. Tortus, a
year; four montbs, $L Bold byull nowsdpalors.
MUNN & Co.36,Broa,wa- New York
itrauch OHIca. li'iS F WaahliiKtun, U. C.
A Bad Breath
A bad breath means a bad
stomach, a bad digestion, a
bad. liver. Ayer's Pills are
liver pills. They cure con
stipation, biliousness, dys
pepsia, sick headache.
' 23c. A'l driigzl'U-
Want jour mouHtarhn or beard a bcuutiful
brown or rich black? Tlii'ti ue
BO OTi. Or DmiOOHts, O" t CO. , Hmj,H. M.
list! the damp, ww
do not bitak. V Xi V.
No rout'li Fur.
face to cluife
and cut. ',1 lie
only kef j
ue ol Kurrl
I V fihl'ait 1 tf Al'MyaiaiSa1Wr 7l
Rain and weat W .
have no elfrct on KLwtir tfvSit
harncs. treated B 1 1 If t ti i
wilhKurekaHar- M SMlMMlf
Vl ff III
in. lab Jfc-v j-:
a '7 7 a XV-'
Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood.
All the blood in your body passes through
your kidneys once every three minutes.
1 he kidneys are your
blood purifiers, they fil
ter out the waste or
Impurities in the blood.
If they are sick or out
of order, they fail to do
Pains, aches and rheu
matism come from ex
cess of uric acid in the
blood, due to ner'le.cterl
Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady
heart beats, and makes one feel as though
they had heart trouble, because the heart la
over-working in pumping thick, kidney
poisoned blood through veins and arteries.
It used to be considered that only urinary
troubles were to be traced to the kidneys,
but now modern science proves that nearly
all constitutional diseases have their begin
ning In kidney trouble.
If you are sick you can make no mistake
by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild,
and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy is
soon realized. It stands the highest for It
wonderful cures of the most distressing cases
and Is sold on Its merits t-sW
bv &11 drucclsts in fiftv-
cent and one-dollar siz-
es. You may have a-iSJu
sample cottie Dy man hmm of swamp-Root
free, also pamphlet telling you how to find
out If you have kidney or bladder trouble.
Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer
& Co., Blnghamton, N. Y.
SmiWa Dandruff Pomade
stops itching scalp upon one application
three to six removes all datv! uff and
will stnp falling hair. Price 50o., at all
All kiu ls of bii-ytil e repairing, lock
work and saw filing at Johnson & Lamb's
bicyclo shon, oppodte Birlow's gro
cery. Give them a trial and be satis
Stand Lke a Stone Wall.
Between y'inr children and the tor
tures of itching ai d burning eczema,
sealdbead or other skin diseases. How?
Whv, bv tiHing Bucklen's Arnica Salve,
earths greatest healvr. Quickest cure
for U leers, t ever sores, Salt Kbeum,
Cuts, Burns or Buncos. Infallible for
Piles. 25c at Geo. A. Harding's drug
Of policv 'i i li"i o "i. mte Edwin R.
Kimble, of Pn il.nid. Oregon, bookkeep
er for 8tildelmker Bos.: Policy, Nf).
70,282, issued Jtine 2, 1890. Twenty
payment life. Died Dec. 8, 1901.
Amount of policy $5000.00
Dividend accumulation 618.55
Total paid $5618.55
A return in dividends ot 33j per cent
of premiums oaid, besides the $5000 in
surance. This company settles with its
policy holders each year and issues the
most liberal policies.
Mora! : Get the best from the Massa
chusetts Mutual Life Insurance Com
pany. Hubukt G. Ciilton, Pacific
Coast Manager, Cham t'er of Commerce
Building, Portland, Or.
ArTiiUK W. Ch "Tin icr, Special Agent,
A Lesson in Heal h.
llealthv kidneys Oiler the impurities
from the blood, and unless they do this
good health h- impossible. Foley's Kid
ney Cure makeH sound kidneys and will
positively cure all forms of kidney snd
bladder disease, It strengthens the.
whole system. Charman & C j.
If yon will make inniib v it will , be a
revelation to you how many succumb to
money or umucier troubles in one form
or another. If the patient is not beyond
medical aid, Foley's Kidney Cure will
cure. It never disappoints. Charman
& Co. .
Will Cure Conanmpt ion.
A, A. Herren, Finch, 4rk., writes,
"Foley's Honey and Tar is the best
preparation for coughs, colds and lung
trouble. I know that it his cured con
sumption in the first stages." Char
man & Co.
Yam Know What You Are) Tahlna;
When you takeGrove's Tasteless Chill
Tonic because the formula is plainly
printed on every bottle showing that it'
is simply Iron and Quinine in a tasteless
form. No Cure, No pay. 150c.
Notice In hpri'by given tliat J. D. Rlttnr lins Leon
(Inly aimolntwl by Hie oounty rnurt of the staleot
Orogon fur Hie county uf Clackamas, Rdmlnbtra.
tar of lh emme of Kli-anur Kainmui, (lo.-cancd
All persons liuldtna; olnltns nifainst the said de
ceased or her estate are hereby notified to nreient
tliem, duly verified Willi proper vouchers to Uie
said admlnlstrHtor at Needy, Ori'Rou, within six
months from the pi.kllcatlou of tills notice.
- J-1). HI H KR,
FAdnilulstrator of the Kstale uf
, w vf!! Illeuiior Sauuou, Doceaaed.
Datei, May I,;ino2.
J. W. Nonius, M. D. J. W. Powell Jf I).
MORRIS & .POWELL,
Physicians and Surgeons.
Calls in city or country promptly attended
Office: 1 2 17
Charman Bros. Block', Oregon City.
Ripans Tabulcs liolil their place as
the mpieme remedy which cures dys
pepsia, iiuligi'stion, stomach, liver
uiid bowel Iri.ubles, sick headache
and toiislipafi.ui. No other single
remedy has yet been found since the
twillifht of medical history which is
capable of doing bo much good to so
la'ge a majorily oi mankind.
Th rie-Ocnt parlet ts enrn-h f,.r
dlnary ooasslon. Theiatnu
cents, contains a supply r . . ,