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OKKCOX CITY COURIER-HERALD? FRIDAY, MAY 30, 1902.
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Samuel Moser sufferel tlie loss of several dozen
-gKS last Friday. Mr Mt.'ser si arts for Portland
wy early In the morning and sometimes be
omeH vcrv flcopy whiieon the roatl. Sunn was
he case Friday last. He slept and Ida team
ogjied steadily on, passing thron-ih Oswego and
n down Hie road mitil some misunderstanding
(rose bctwi'cn tl e lior es and they left the road
ntl tinred the rig, 8am, egi;s and all over onto
he railroad trHck, which made tht track rwem.
le a back yard blossomed out with those beautiful
lowers known as butter and eifKs. A hurried
.dance up and down the the road failed to reve.il
inyone so haste was made to gather up and right
he wrong as much an possible, but ere this whs
iimpleted a ueiKhhur drove up and of course let
he eat out of the bag. God blew the man that
invented sleep, but cur.' e him with curses long
ud loud who invented that artificial cut-oil
tuowu as "early rising."
Our local merchant's business has outgrown
he building he now occupies and he Is prepar
ing to build a now store 22x36. Borne brick for
he foundation has been hauled and lumber will
e hauled as soon as the roads become dry and
Moser, Pelers 4 Co's new mill 20x36 has the
roof on and some of the machinery for chopping
Born, on the 22d Inst to Mr and Mrs C Polifka, a
Politics, as tiua', Is very quiet In this neighbor
hood. Charles Thompson's brick kiln is almost a thing
f the past.
Claus Peters has finished shipping potatoes.
The plan ting of potatoes Is in e arnest.
Some clover is beginning to bloom,
Monday was a hot day, 92 in the shade.
Supervisor Aden Is giving the roads their fin
W H Vannver started his wood team on Monday
apd expects several more teams on the job in the
Election is the order of the day In Beaver
Mrs Mav Vanover had a narrow escape from be
ing shot last Monday by some boys shooting with
revolvers. I think the boys should be more care
'ul how "and where they shoot as people can't
Hand it in the neighborhood.
W Phelps B'.ans to haul wood for W H Vanover
The pie social at the Beaver Creek hall was a
rand success and a good time enjoyed by those
Hall Llndsley returned Monday from near
Seaside, where he has beea on a crul se for the
past two weeks.
Ora Ogden returned Monday from Eastern Ore
gon . He likes .It here much belter than he does
Alph Kirk staned to haul wood for W II Van
over last Wednesday. I think he Is going to get
married soon by this bold move.
Voting Pendleton has been promoted from Chop
)ing wood to teamster.
Fish are vary scarce In Bcavor Creek and will
;oon run out lor want of passage through the dam
t New Era. Numbs kull.
The elect! in Is close at hand and the machine
i running without a wrlght. Tim citizens will
iiake a clean sweep and George 0 will he loft in
TheHtlzens candidates will addreBS the people
tt HtafTord school house on May Suth at 7:30
.'clook. All (lueitious will be answered. Kvery
There will be a Fourth of July celebration at
J O Aden Is having some excellent grading done
in the Portland road.
Several of the youne people of this burg went
n the eicursion to The Dalles last Sunday,
There will be a Mid-Summer danoe at Wilson
tile on June 7th, given by Eplec's orchestra,
.'Ickets 60 cents,
The regular May meeting of Tualatin Grange
So 111 will be held on May 31, at7;30.
H D Adon was eleoted overseer of of Tualatin
(range at Its last regular meeting .for the re
aainuer of the year.
Mr and Mrs T L Turner are attending the
Hate Orange at Halem this week.
The bridge builders are fast Completing the
lew structure and it will be ready for tralllo by
James Turner will have a barn raising next
Saturday, May 31. Leave your politics at home.
Mount uin View.
The Ilenrlcl Rlrls have a now organ by which
0 entertain company.
Frank Rva.iiart slartod to Southeastern Oregon
aat Sunday Willi a surveying party.
Mrs Johnson has the mumps this week, and
mo. othurs are exposed and will no doubt huve
hem next week.
Mr Front Is able to be out In the yard a(? aln on
Orandiia SwafTord had Ills hand out this week.
r Powell dressed the wound.
Mrs Mabel Fraznr, of nervals, who is visiting
isr mother, Mrs A L Joues. of Cams, called ou
.IrsS AUillott Monday.
John Shavoraud daughter, Ella, of Molalla were
the guests of Mrs Evorhart Monday afternoon.
Mnsdaraos Ferd Cumin and P D Currau were
nailing on friends last Tuesday afternoon.
Millard QlUett, went out to Cams Monday after
Don ou horse hack to s, end two days with A L
MrandiMrs Albert Frost started for Seaside
Puesday, exporting to, return In a few days.
Mrs R iv and children spent Sunday and Mon-
1 ly at Willamette among relatlvos
Miss M try Davis, of Maple Lane, Is sewing in
Irs Warner dressmaking shop this summer,
The thermometer togistcred 86 degrees Mon-!-
Mrs Charles Kly and Miss Maud Mnran spent a
'Sir days this week visiting tlulr brother, Malilou,
foe cream and oaks and sandwiches and o.iffoe
flllbeeeived at Kly's old store ou Decoration
ay. Proceeds will be for Mountain View church
Services will bo held In the church next Sun
ay, June 1, at 3:30 .o'clock,
8 V Frauds' went tl Tualatin 8 itur.lay to sn3
ill father,whO Is very low. lie relumed home Sun
.ay. JIjSwnlTord has been appointed deputy as
I'ssoruud began work tills week.
Yuen flowory summer is at u i : I .
Aud spring has geiuuied tl i ill with bloom,
A'e hither come with loving h I,
Urlngiug (lowers to deck ou . j.il.ilera' tomb.
Mrs Jackson and family will speud Decoration
lay at the Needy cemetery.
Mr and Mrs Oibbs were IhO guests of C N I.ar
ttiis aud family of Chokes Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs Charles Mauta and Mrs Katie Bryant, of
'ortland, spent last Sunday with A Mautz aud
Jake Sohlllinghasjust llnlshel plantlug an li
ters Held of potatoes.
The hop .it the hop house was w oil attonded,aud
in enjoyable time Is reported...
Mr and Mrs John (lalTney, Jr, spent Sunday
md Monday visiting friends at Harmony.
l'AXSY Bi ossom.
Mm CSoli.elMl called ou Mrs R Selioouborn last
Mm II A Fmxior, of Gervtil!", Is tlslttng her
aotlier, Mrs A L Jones.
Mrs 0 Spunnlor ami Miss Eilltli Jnokecm called
Ml Mrs J MosliL'Orncr last week.
Mrs A L .lout's ami Miss (lans took dinner Sun
lay with Mrs liauisls, ol Muliini.
Mrs J Moslilori;er wont to Macksburg lasl Stit
irtlay to villi her mother ant! son.
Curtis IleWoyoallediOU frleuds lust YeJuesday
tf tar noon.
Misses Vova Jonos and L Gam spent Wednesday
ereuing with Mr and Mrs 0 Sulkar.
Mrs A L Jones and daughter, Mrs Ft A Frazier,
of Uervals, went to Orogon Clly last Mouday.
Mr C Sehuebel and ehUtlren, B Dullard, 8
IVlnc A I, and W U Jouo wsut to Oregon City
Fred Stevens doesn't like to go fishing any
more. He would aoouer gohuutlug. Says he
prefer" Utb to Oregon.
1 of Stars
I ,N?3ffl S Steel
I Sl' Wind
JOtche buggies. Kill
f 'Give better satisfaction than anything on C
the market at anything like the price, be-
E r cause they are made of good material, to V
I j stand "Oregon roads" Iron corners on J
j bodied, braces on shafts, heavy second-
' growth wheels, screwed rims. If you want
tofeelsurethatyou are getting your mon- V
C ey's worth, auk for a "Bee Line" or a 1
i e 'Mitchell'' (Henuey) Buggy. We guar- C
antee them, J
? Mitchell, Lewis & Sfavor Co c
V Seattle. Spokane, Boise. Portland, Or. r
Send for Special Catalogue Free
MITCHELL, LEWIS & STAVER CO.
First arid Taylor Sts., Portland, Ore.
Branches Houses at
Miss Edl'.h Jackson went to Portland last Sat
urday. , .
C Smith called on C E B iwman, of Mulinb,last
Frank Sohoenborn and FieJ Spangler went to
Oregon City Sunday.
Dr and Mrs Ooucher are expecting the Utter's
sister from .the East to arrive sometime this
Miss Vova Jones went to Canby Wednesday.
John I.amb, who has been visiting relatives
hero, letton Tuesday forthe mountains.
Wm Skein Is repairing his old swing for the plc
nio at Macksburg. It's dandy uow.
Bunchy, l.ongthy will he over with his best
girl, and if Mr Perry can take a picture of the
llowersou her hat and of IjeiMthy's feet at the
same time, It will be a "cracker Jack. "
Mrs n 1 Names is visiting her daiijihtbr In
Portland this week.
Wo are Borry to say that Mrs Win Husbnids Is
no better, and she will be taken to the hospital
Earn. ers are through; seeding and will finish
planting their lale potatoes this week.
Fall wheat Is heading out nicely, and rye Is In
full bloom Grass looks good, and the farmers
are now busy with the garden truck,
Pave K'nnard surveyed the Wiles and-Austen
road yostenlay, another legal roa I leading out
from our town. Harl, get a move on you and
won It before the road gets like a bone. n
Trices to Buit you all Millinery at Red
Everyone welcomes the sunshine.
The candidates on the citizens cunnty ticket ad
dressed the people of Sautly anil vicinity at Jun
ker's hull Mouday night, May 'JO. Hrownell will
spunk Thursday nilllit. Hon II E Cross aud J J
Cooke will speak Saturday afternoon.
Prof Qrllllth, the renowned phrenologist, will
lecture at Handy Tuesday aud Wednesday nights
uf this week,
Mrs Forhelan Is '.very 111 at present.
The school entertainment has been postponed
until June 2'.
The wife of M II Bowman, of Hover, died In
Portland May '20, w .ere she had been 111 for
st me time. The deceased was an old and respected
piimefr, having crossed the plains many years
ano. She and her husband t-elcbra led their golden
wedding anniversary on December 18. She leaves
a husban, three suns and three daughters aud a
host of frlt'nils to mourn her neparlure,
Mrs A M ilar, of FIrwood, has been In very poor
Miss Minnie Snkoy has gone to Portland to vis-
It Willi mentis lor a tew days
Service will b"e held in the Cathollo church
Mr Maroouy, Sr, has been 111 for some tlmeln
I, Coleman, Johnny Marooncy and II Bruu9 in
tend to work ou the loll road for the next two or
For Over Sixty yemrs
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for over sixty years by millioni
of mothers for their children while
teething, with perfect success. It
soothes the child, softens the gums,
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and is
the best remedy for 'iMarrhoea. Is
pleafant to the taste, Sold by liruggists
in every part of the World. Twetiiy
llvecentsa bottle. Its value isincalcu
able. Besure and ask for Mrs. Wins -low'sSoothina
Syrup, and take no other
What Is Foley's Kidney Cure?
Answer : It is made from a prescrip
tion of a leading Chicago physician, and
one of the most eminent in tne country.
The ingredients are the purest that
money can buy, and are scieuiihYaliy
combined to got their utmost value.
Charman & Co.
i jjyj if
Has bell bearings In tnra tnble. Turns
freely tolhe wind. Hall bearing thrust
In wheel, insuring lighest running qual
ities, and reserving grefltesl amount of
power for pumping. Galvanized after
making. Put together with galvanized
bolts, double nutted, no part can rust or
get loose and rattle. Weight regulator;
perfeot regulation. No spring to change
tension with eve:'y change of tempera
ture, and grow weaker with nge. Bepalrs
always oil hand. These things are
worth money to yon. Then vhy not buy
Seattle. Spokane. Boise,
Implements, Vehicles, Harness
Mention this Paper
4, 3, 4 and 6 H. P., Plain
and Pumping. Simplest En
gine made. More easily un
Uemood than any other.
i Twilight. -
The Twilinht Club eave Miss Ethel
McCord a dance in honor of her birth
day Thursday evening, May 22, in the
Twilight hall, and a" dainty luncheon
was served. Those present were : Mr.
aud Mrs H. Jeohnke, Mr. and Mrs. G.
Lazelle, Mr. and Mrs. 0. G. Gibson,
Mr. and Mrs. D. Martin. Mrand Mrs.
Wm. J. McCord, Misses Betlie and Fan
nie France, Misses Blanche and Ethel
McCord, Misses Mary and Sarah Davis,
Misses Hclt-n and Rarhol McCord. Miss
Emma Wilehart, Miss Annie Mautz.
Messrs. Archie McCord, Laurence
Mautz, Tom Davis, CarlJeohnke, George
McCord, Lewis Davis, Marshall Lazelle,
Wallace McCord, A. VV, France.
Mr. Wm. J. McCord, of Mt. Pleasant,
sold a Jersey bull to Charlie Spence, of
CaruB, last week.
Been the 1113 Kind You Have Always Boitt
No Less of Time.
I have sold Chamberlain's Colic, Choi
era and Diarihoea Remedy for ye3rs,and
would rather be out of cottee and sugar
than it. I Bold five bottles of it yester
day to threshers that could go no farther,
and they are at work again this morn'
fig II. R. Phelps, Plymouth, Okta
noma. As will be seen by the above
the threshers were able to keep on with
their work without losing a single day's'
time. You should keep a bottle of this
Kennedy in your borne, tor sale by G.
Special sale Millinery at Red Front.
Won't Follow Advice After Paying for it.
In a recent article a prominent physi
cian says, "It is next to impossible for
tLe physeian to get his patients to carry
out any prescribed course of hygiene or
diet to the smallest extent ; he has but
one resort left, namely, the drug treat
ment." When medicines are used for
chronic constipation, the most mild and
gentle obtainable, such as Chamberlain's
Stomach & Liver Tablets, should be em
eployed. Th r use is not followed by
Constipation as they leave the bowels in
a natural and healthy condition. For
sale by G. A. Harding.
Free Embroidery .
Learn to embroider correctly by the
Japanese method, A class of six. will
be given 12 lessons free. Leave name
and address at Atams Bros. Golden
srors the cortiii axdwokkjoff
Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets cure
a cold in one day. No Cure no pay
Price 25 cents.
The liest rreao'lptiou for Malaria
Chills and Fever is a bottle of Grove's
Tasteless Chill Tonic. It is simply iron
and quinine in a tasteless form. No
cure no pay. Trice 50c.
Bean th t M Kind Yoa Haw Always Bo?!4
r 1 13 sr, in
.I.,. 5.... ... . JL
Best possible to build
No wagon is or can be better than a Mitchell,
because the cream of wood stock Is used, only af
ter being thoroughly seasoned. The wagon is well
Ironed, well painted, well proportioned, and runs
the lighest of any
It is nearly 70 years since the first Mitchell wag
on was built, and they have been built continu
ously ever since by the Mitchells. When you buy
a Mitohell you get the benefit of this 70 years' ex.
Salem and Medford
Champion in name
Champion in the field
DRAW CUT MOWER
It beats them all. That's all
there is to say.
Same with the CHAMPION
BINDER and CHAMPION
BEAVER TAIL SOUP.
A Michigan Lumber Camp Delicacy
That Amazed a Murjlnnder.
'Although I am a Marylander and a'
Eastern Shore one at that," snid an epi
cure from that state, "and consequent
ly know what good things to eat tire. 1
want to tell you that I'll have to take
off my hat to the lumber camp cook oi'
the upper Michigan peninsula as the
discoverer, fabricator and dispenser of
a dish that knocks the Eastern Shore
cuisine silly. And that rare lumber
camp dish is beaver tail soup.
"I was with Colonel Tark of Colum
bus, O., dorr hunting in the Rainy hike
region of Michigan one fall. We lived
at a lumber camp boarding shanty.
"There were signs of beaver at the
upper end of the lake, aud a trapper
succeeded in trapping one of the wily
"When the beaver was brought into
camp, the camp cook went nearly wild,
and so did the lumbermen when they
heard the news, all because they had
been trying to trap a beaver for weeks,
not for lta fur, but for Its tall, as they
were pining, they said, for beaver tail
"The cook took that broad appendage
of the beaver, mailed like an armadillo,
took from It the underlying bone and
meat, nnd from It made such a soup as
never came from any other stock at the
beck of the most expert nnd scientific
chef that ever put a kettle on.'
"We could do the same thing and
perliaps better on the Eastern Shore,
but we lack one thing. We haven't got
the beavers to yield us their tails."
New York Sun.
rrovfdlnir For a Wayward Son.
Lord Chesterfield gave advice to his
son In sundry letters, which might or
might not be followed, but In his will
he took good care that "my godson,
rhilip Stanhope," should have strong
inducement to follow his advice on at
least one point. All the bequests are
subject to the condition that If rhilip
should keep race horses or hounds or
stay one night nt Newmarket, "that in
famous seminary of iniquity and ill
manners," during the course of the
races there, or should lose on any one
day by betting or gaming aa much as
300, then In such case he shall forfeit
5,000 to the dean aud chapter of
Westminster for every such offense.
All the Year Hound.
Know Your Own Cnpncity.
If the people about you are carrying
on their business or their benevolence
at a pace which draws the life out of
you, resolutely take a slower pace; be
called a laggard, make less mouey, ac
complish less work ihau they, but be
what you are tinant to he and can be.
You have your mutual limit of power
as much as au engine- ten horsepower
or twenty or a hundred. You are tit
to do certain kinds of work, and you
need a certain klud aud amount of
fuel and a certain kind (if handling.
George S. Merrlam.
"SHE EUR.NS GREEN.'
Discovery of Borax In Death
Valley by Aaron Winters.
The greatest discovery of boras in
the United States was made In the ter-J
rihly hot region known as Death val
ley and in a most romantic way. . The
Chicago Record tells the story.
In 1SS0 Aaron Winters lived with his
wife, Rosle, In a gulch known as Asli
Meadows, not far from the mouth of
Death valley. He was so fond of
hfe wife that he would not allow her to
he long absent from him, although
their little hut on the side of the moun
tain was a hundred miles from the
nearest neighbor, in a wild, rugged,
One day a desert tramp came along
and spent the night at the Winters
home. He told the hunter about the
borax deposits of Nevada. When he
went away, Winters thought that he
had seen deposits of the same kind on
his explorations into Death valley.
Accordingly he and his wife went to
gether to make the search, having pre
viously provided themselves with cer
tain test chemicals, which when com
bined with borax and ignited would
produce a green flame.
Having procured n piece of the sub
stance which he believed to be borax.
Winters and his wife waited for night
fall to make the test. How would It
For years they had lived like Flutes
on the desert, entirely without luxuries
and often wanting for the very necessi
ties of life. Would the match change
Winters held the blaze to tlie sub
stance with a trembling hand, then
shouted at the top of his voice: "She
burns green, Rosiel We're rich! We're
They had found borax. The mine
was sold for $20,000, and Winters took
his Rosle to a ranch In Nevada.
Use a pancake lifter fo place cookies
on the baking tin and to remove them.
To clarify fat after frying throw In a
few slices of raw potato and simmer
all for a few minutes.
Grease spots that have become hard
and burned in ou ranges may be re
moved by rubbing with a few drops of
kerosene on a cloth.
Sometimes the fishy smell will cling
to knives and forks after oily fish like
salmon or mackerel has been served.
Cut a leinon, rub them with It, and the
disagreeable odor will vanish.
Sometimes a large roasting pan, be
ing Infrequently used, gets rusty. To
prevent wash it well after using, dry
It in the oven, then while warm rub
It over with a greased cloth and hong
Old newspapers save work In the
kitchen. When you have any "messy"
task on hand, like dressing a chicken,
pickling over fruit, etc., lny a paper on
the table, gather the litter up with it
and burn all together. This saves
scouring the table.
Why He Renewed Ills Yooth.
"Why, Brother Dickey, I hardly
knew you, you're looking so young and
spry! What's up now?"
"Well, suh, I'ze studyin' 'bout gittln'
married ergln, dat's all."
"Yes, suh. I made de 'quaintance er
a young gal ferday, en she 'lowed dat
ef I'd shave off niy gray whiskers, en
chop off de hair what on my head, en
stop limpin' wid de rheumatism, en
wear cloze what come out de sto', en
smoke se-gars stldder pipe, en stop
preachiu' 'gin dancin', en secure my
life In her favor ter a hundred dol
lars she'd marry me. Dat how come I
look so young!" Atlanta Constitution.
Barns and Scalds.
In cases of burns or scalds, when
the skin Is unbroken, cover the burn
with white lead paint, glycerin, fresh
lard, linseed, olive, sweet or lard oil
or soapsuds. If the skin is broken,
pour a mixture of oil and lirffewater
(either linseed, olive, sweet or lard oil)
In equal parts over the injury. Then
place a soft piece of white linen or
muslin wet with the oil mixture on the
wound. Then loosely wind a bandage
over this, removing It from time to
time to wet the linen with the oil mix
ture. Never attempt to uncover the In-Jury-
The Finishing; Touches.
A girl who. had been very clever nt
college came home the other day nnd
said to her mother:
"Mother, I've graduated, but now I
must Inform myself In psychology, phi
"Just wait a minute," said the moth
er. "I have arranged for you a thor
ough course in roastology, boilology,
stltchology, darnology, patchology and
general domesticology. Now, put on
your apron and pluck that chicken." ,
They were driving together when
Miss Rocks, unsolicited, gurgled forth
ter views upon matrimony. "Love is
1 dreary desert," she said, "and mar
riage an oasis," whereupon Mr. Shy
ly remarked that "certainly it did re
quire a deal of sand." Boston Trav
eler. A Good Same,
Tess Oh, yes, she married a man
with a highly honored name.
Jess What! I never considered
Beadds a highly honored name.
Tess-Well, you should see the way
It's honored at the bank. Philadelphia
A man should not lose his temper
cftener than once In ten years, and a
politician never. Atchison Globe.
The first Sunday paper in this coun
try was The Sunday Courier, begun at
New York In 1S25.
" I have kept Ayer's Cherry Pec
toral in my house for a great many
years. It is the best medicine in
the world for coughs and colds."
J. C. Williams, Attica, N. Y.
vm mi; i wiwiiwwiwwwi
All serious lung
troubles begin with a
tickling in the throat.
You can stop this at first
in a single ; night with
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.
Use it also for bronchitis,
consumption, hard colds,
and for coughs of all kinds.
Three size : 25c, 50c, SI. All drujjlsli.
nonsuit Tour doctor. If ho my take it,
tlieu do as he says. If he tells yon not
to take it, then dun't take it. He knows.
Leave It with Win. We are willlnr.
j.t.Al 11.1V bu., X.UWU11, mass.
Wilt Cure Conenmption.
A. A. Herren, Finch, irk., -vrites,
"Foley's Honey and Tar is the best
preparation for coughs, colds and lung
trouble. I know that it has cured con
sumption in the first stages." Char
man & Co.
Now is the time to paint and renovate
your houses. Charman & Co. are mak
ing special prices on Faints, Oils and
Foley's Honey and Tar contains no
opiates and can be'safely given to child
ren. Charman & Co.
weakens the body and de
grades the mind. It saps
the nervous strength that
is the source of all health,
and perverts the functions
of every organ. Because
of its stubborn nature, it is
often called incurable. This
is not true. There is one
medicine that never fails to
check the nervous spasms
and give new strength to
the entire system.
"My little girl had epilepsy so had
that in one day she suffered seventy
one fits. The doctors pave her up to
die, but I began giving her Dr. Miles'
Nervine aud now she is perfectly well.
It took five bottles to effect a cure."
Mrs. Adif. Lewallen,
Siloara Springs, Ark.
spasms, restores di-
gestion and mental vigor,
bold by druggists on guarantee.
Dr. Miles Medical Co, Elkhart, Ind.
Gives a Lsrge
With all Cabinet Photos,
good until July 1st only,
This offer is
All work is
For sale by ill druggists
At (4 cnaj
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