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    OREGON CITy COURIER-kERALD; FRIDAY, JUNE 13, 1902.
Official Returns of Electioiyjune 2d, 1902
CANDIDATES .
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Promotes Digestion.Chccrful
nessandHest.Contalns neither
Opium.Morphinc norMnexal.
Not Narcotic.
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Aoerfect Remedy for Constipa
tion, Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea,
Worms .tonvulsions.revensn'
aess and LOSS OF SLEEE
lac Simile Signature of
NEW YORK.
EXACT COPYOT WRAPPCH.
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Good Literature
F A TMf.,i. pamphlets, folders, booklet, etc., are
"l xJt.l.lIlOol' tastefully gotten ap and are valuable for
what
XT- I n -r of n hat MK- CHAS. S. FEE, rjenural Passenger
!M O w illllLl Agent, St. Paul, iVinn., will set l nt, car. fnlly
" mailed, upon rt-ceipt of prices giu n Any combi
nation cm be made, and money or express orders, silver or plumps will be
accepted. Tbis is a fine opportunity to obtain zood descripuve reading
matter for little or nothing. "
Wonderland iooi '
An annual publication, beautifully illustrated In color flnd '
half tone. This number treats particularly of the history o( Stn
Hie Northern Paeiflo's Trademark, the ouster Battlenelil in Six Cents
Mmitaua, aud the Yellowstone Park.
Miniature Wonderland
A neat and dainty publication containing a complete hlstjrv
of the Northern Paciflo Trademark. The anlstio covers of nd
. ..... the Wonderland, 1901 are uswl In miniature, pour Cents
Wild Flowers from Yellowstone
A book of pressed wild flowers from Yellowstone Park,
showing the real flowers In ihelr natural colors. ,k dainty Send
and beautiful souvenir '.-n specimens of flowers aud six ' F fty Cents
full pine illustrations of Pars, scenery.
Yellowstone National Park
A new 112 paee book In strong, flexible covers, good paper,
plain type, illustrated, pocket size, a compendium j and Twentv-fivo
descriptive of the Woild's Wouderland. Cents
Climbing Mount Rainier
An illustrated pocket-size book, 72 pageB, in strong, flexible Send
covers, printed on heavy paper, descriptive of an ascent of Twenly-five
uie uiKueBi peun 111 me umtuu
glacial nature.
is Nature's time for rest;
and the man who does not
take sufficient time to sleep
or who cannot sleep when
he makes the . effort, is
wearing out his nervous
strength and consuming his
vital power. Dr. Miles'
Nervine brings sweet,
soothing, refreshing sleep.
Don't let another night
pass. Get it to-day.
"I had hard nervous spells, lost nil
appetite for food and for eipht weeks
was' unable to sleep at night The
only thing; that helped me was Dr.
Miles' Nervine. It cured me. '
Mrs. H. Jackson, Bowling Green, Mo.
lilii.MM, t... fl f ' i its ill 3m
Dt. Miles'
soothes the nerves, nour
ishes ,the brain, and re
freshes the entire organism.
Sold by druggists on guarantee.
Dr. Miles 'Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind,
Ton Know What You Are Taking
When vou take Grove's Tasteless Chill
Tonic because the formula is plainly
printed on every bottle showing that it
is Bimply Iron and Quinine in a tasteless
.form. No Cure, No pay. 50c.
HEADACHE
At I n
2i t- aSfcfl
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
Always Bought
Bears
Signati
of
Use
For Over
Thirty Years
THK CCffTAUft COMPANY, NEW YORK CPY.
The Northern Pacific is not
ed among railways for Its
advertising ma'ter. Its
thev contain. Heie 1 t'tutiai lift
states outsiue 01 Alaska 01 a uents.
Virulent Cancer Cured.
Startling proof of a wonderful advance
in medicine is given by Druggist, ii. W.
Roberta of Eliz'-.beth, W. Va An old
man there had lonir suffered with what
good doctors pronounced incurable can
cer. They believed his cape hopeless
till be used Electric Bitters and applied
Bucklin's Arnica Salve, which treat
ment complexly cured him. When
Klectric Bitters are used to expel bilious.
kidney and microbe poisons at the sutne
time this calve exerts its matchless heal
ing power, blood diseases, skin erup
tions, ulcers and sores vanish. Bitters
50c, Salve 25c at George A Harding's.
P. C&O.Ky. Co.
25c is the regular Rnndav
round trip rate between Oregon
City and Portland, Get your tickets at
Harding's drug store."
From Hot to Cold.
Dysentery is prevalent everywhere in
summer and is due to miasmatic poisons,
and begins abruptly with inflammation
of the mucous lining of the large bowel.
In America the disease is common, but
properly treated does not result as sen
ously as m "the tropics. Perry Davis'
Painkiller is the best known remedy
and the moBt efficacious in the treatment
of;dysentery,
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 Aaams Bros. Golden
Rule Bazzar.'
STOPS THE COrGH AND YVOhKS OFF
THIS COLD.
Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets cure
a cold in one day. No Cure no pay
Price 25 cents.
Special sale Millinery at Red Front.
The Best Prescription for Malaria
Chills and Fever is abottleof "Grove's
Tasteless Chill Tonic. It is simply iron
and quinine in a tasteless form. No
cure no pay. Price 50c. '
Self Protection
demands that you be on the alert to see
you get Painkiller (Perry Davis') when
you ask for it ; tome dealers will try and
persuade you to take something else,
claimed to be just ag good ; insist upon
getting Painkiller, the remedy which has
been the world's family doctor for 60
years ; it never fails to stop diarrhoea,
griping pains in the stomach or bowels,
(ivnenterv. etc.- T.aroa hnttlai 9.1 mH
&0cents.
Fob UcwaitNoR
Meorge IS. Chamberlain, Sem
WilliHm J. Furnish, Rep,.
A. J. lluusaknr. Pro .
R. R. Ryan, Sue.
For ti'PREME Judge
Koi-ert 8. Be an, U
B. . Uonham, 1)
C. J Brittht. P '..
For Secrktart of State
O.W. Bnrace, S
N. A. Oavis, P
Frank I Dunbar, R
D. W. Scars. I) .
For State Treasurer
Henry Ulnckman, D
T. 8. McDaiiiel, P
Ohwrles 8. Moore, R ..
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SUPT. OF PDBLIO J.NSTHCOTION
J. H. Ackerman, R
R. W. Kolscy, P
W, A. Wimn, D
Attorney General
a. M. Crawford, K ...
T. H. Goyne, P
James 11. Raley, D
State Printer
VV. W. Brooks, P :
Jame E. Godfrey, D
J. E. Hosmtir, 8
J. R. W hitney, R
Representative to Congress
Hiram Gould, l
B. F. Ramp, 8
Thnrnns H. Tongue, R
J K. Weatherford, D
United states Senatoh!
T. T Geer, R
C. K. 8. Wood, D
Joint Penator, Clackamas and Multnomah
Herhert Holuian, R
W. W. Marre, P
Richard Scott, Citizens .
Joiwt Representative, Clackamas & Mult..
D. M. Cathey: P
Charles W. Nottingham, R
W. F.Young, C '.
Senator
George 0. Brownell, R
G. W. Grace, C
Caius W. Herman, P
Fred J. Meindl, 8- ,
Rbpresentatives
R A. Black, P
W. H Mnndevillo, P
C. A. Wllley, P
. (I. F. Clark, 0
0. W. Easlham, C
Gilbert L. HedjieR, C
Robert (iinlhur, S
A. J. Maville,.8
Walter F. Arutleri. 8
C G. Huntley, R
Han Prnilspn, It
H. A. Webster, R
CoUntt Jcdoe
Elnier liixon, C
A. Uarlin.P '.
Thomas F. Ryan, R
i harles E. Hpcnce, 8 ,
C0IHMI9I0NE. (
William Rrobst, R :
F. Dirketnuicr, P ....
George Lnzeile, 8
Charles W. Risley
Ehfbiff
Theodore Hsgenbutger, P
J. E. Jack, C. . . .
D. M. Klemsen, 8 .
John R. Shaver, R....
Cl kk
E. H Cooper, C
A t, Faukliauspr, P..
Gilbert H. Hobbins, 8
F. A Hlcinht, K
Recorder of Conveyances
h. E. Griizer. 0
Franz Kraxberger, 8
J. W. Mar, P
Henry K. Stevens, R .
.iBSESS' r . '
William Beard, S '.
Willltiui Johnson, 0
James V. ,elson, R iS
Treasurer f
Enos C hill, R
Alfred l,u llmg, C
Jea'c Hrindle, C...
BURVEioa
A M. Kirchem.C
John VV Meldaim, R
Cohonku
R. 1 ll 'lman, U
E.M. Miller, P
W. K I'.uden.S
J. W. Piiwt ll, C ..
Imtiatiye and Rkferenduh Amendment
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CITY COUNCIL.
Election of Water Commissioner
W. li. Zumwalt, the Man.
At the adjourned meeting of the city
council Wednesday night W. B. Zum
walt was unanimously elected a mem
ber of the Koard of Water Commission
ers for the term of three years. On
Jnly 1st, lie will pucceed U. I). W ilson,
whose term of office will have expired.
Uio nuance committee presented a
report recommending that a license of
$400 be imposed on the Portland City
& Uregon Kailwav Company for run
ning an express car on Main stteet for
the term of one year to date from June
1st. It will be required that the license
be paid quarterly in advance.- Lhe re
port ol the committee was unanimously
adopted.
in the matter of the trolley lice not
pioperly replacing brick when the
pavement is torn up to make repairs,
Mayor Dimick said he would interview
F. ti. Morris in the matter.
It A as voted to purchase the Darling
property at Ely for $275. It is to be
used as an engine house and meeting
place for Mount Hood Hose Company
No. 4.
It was also ordered that a new roof be
placed on Hose Company No. 3's build
ing, and that it be painted.
it.was ordered that the dumping of
rubbish near the Congregational church
be hereafter discontinued.
Kelly & Noblitt were granted a re
bate on their aloon license on account
of retiring from bueinees.
In accordance with the provisions of
the charter, the petition of W. L.
Block for damages on account of his
daughter receiyii:g damages by a fall
from a defective sidewalk was denied,
as the accident did not take place on an
improved street.
VUWU1T COUltT.
Now in Adjourned Session.
Circuit court is still in session, and
the regular jury panel are doing duty.
Bob Gardner was acquitted of the
charge of robbing "Captain" Jack Mil
ler after a lury trial.
The suit of D. L. Keyt, administra
tor of the estate Matilda and Richard
EnesvsC. W. McCown, et al, to set
aside a quit claim deed executed in fa
vor of J . U. aicUown, trustee, wag de1
cided in favor of the plaintiff, and the
Eneses declared fee simple owners of
the contested premises.
The divorce suit of Ida M. vs Charles
0. Young, was referred to Runyan to
take testimony.
In the suit of Minnie Casseday vs
P. A. Lindslrom, the jury returned a
verdict for plaintiff Tor MHO 10.
In the suit of J. 8. Boyer vs V. W
Austin the defendant was allowed 60
davs to dead at bar.
A decree was entered in the divorce
suit of Minnie L. vs Edward Busby on
the erouDd of cruel treatment.
A decree has also been entered in the
divorce suit of Aune vs C. T. Darling.
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Letter List.
The following is the list of letters-remaining
in the postoflica at Orenon
City, June 12, 1902:
Women's List Kitt Ellis, Mrs Leona
Douglas, Blanche Girdner, Mrs Kate
Uonsher, Fred O Henkel, Jr, Mrs Min
nie Locke, Imo Mvers.
Men's List J M Brooks, D Brow nson,
F A Billings, John Davurn, Gib Jones,
W O Marks, James Henry Miller, G B
Moore, Nels Oats, Will Wilson.
GEORGE F. HORToN, P. M.
OASTOniA.
Sean the ,4 You Have Always
Scientific Dentistry
Why Many Artificial Sets
Unsatisfactory
TKey are Not Constructed along Lines of Recent Scientific
Investigations
OME time ago it was discovered by Dr. W. I. Bon well, a dentist, who has made many scientific inves
tigations in relation to the human teeth, that the lower jaw forms an equilatoral triancle, the base of
which is distance from centre to
points to the medium line of the
The centres of the tips of the anterior superior teeth are in the arc
the medium line of thf head
circle which is known as the
through the centres of the
a similar line parallel to the
periphery of the circle, will
edges of the second molar
The cuspid and the an
first molar teeth forming
and secondary springs of
they mark the decided
Failure in the making
ably is due to a lack of
facts, v.
you nearly a thousand first
sons who are wearing arti
fort and pleasure, construct-
teen years practice in Ore- "
Positive painless extratinir
Lowest rates consistent with first-class work.
Dr. L. L. PICKENS,
Barclay Building, Oregon
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Saved from an Awful Fate.
"Everybody said I had consdmption,"
writes Vlrs. A. M. Shields, of Chambers
I l,rrr P. T .. no 1,,,., ..Flu. SV
s. J. nan nr inn niwi niA
months of eevere sickness, caused by
hay fever and asthma, that few thought
. I could get well, but learned of the
marvelous merit of Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption, used it, and
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wnu t;uuijieteiy cureu. rur ueBperaie
Throat aud Lung Diseases it is the safeBi
cure in the world, and is infallible for
Coughs, Colds and Bronchial Affections.
Guaranteed bottles 50c and $1. Trial
bottles free at Geo. A llarding'a.
Call and innpect the Millinery at the
Red Front.
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The steamer Leona, which has been
overhauled and repainted by the Oregon
City Transportation Company, began
making regular trips between Oregon
City and Portland. It is a delightful
ride on the river at any season of the
year, and more especially during the
spring and summer months. The only
way landings are Magone's park, Mel
drum's, Moreys, Risleys and Oswego,
enabling the boat to make rapid time
up and down the river. The time table
U 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.
of Teeth Work
of a circle. A line at right angles to
thrcugh the centre of this
circle of the mouth, will pass
second bicuspids teeth, and
first, through the posterior
pass through the posterior
teeth.
terior buccal cusp of the
respectively the primary
the superior arch ; that is,
changes in its direction,
of artificial teeth unqucslion
knowledge of the above
Ur. Pickens can give
class references from per
ficial sets of teeth with corn
ed during a period of thir
gon City.
City
DENTIST