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ORFOON CITY COURIER-HERALD, FRIDAY, JUNE 131902.
The man who started to run a race in
chains aud fetters would be visibly hand
icapped. No one would expect him to
succeed. The man who runs the race of
life when his
digestive and nu
tritive organs are
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the one case his
strength is over
weighted, in the
other it is under
all else a sound
diseases of the
stomach and other
organs of diges
tion and nutrition.
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food is perfectly
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describe with pen." writes James B. Ambrose,
Bsq., of 120554 Mifflin Street. Huntingdon, Fa.
"I was taken with what our physicians here
said was indigestion. 1 doctored with the best
around here and found no relief. I wrote to
you and you sent me a question blank to fill out,
and 1 did so, and you then advised me to use
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. I took
three bottles and I felt so good that I stopped,
being cured. I have no symptoms of gastric
trouble or indigestion now."
Accept no substitute for " Golden Med
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Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical
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OF SIX WEEKS
Beginning Monday, June to, win be eoo
Aocted In ona of tht room of tha Porto
land Buatneaa College, corner Fark ud
Waahington troeta. It will b strictly
school of study, designed to aid teachers,
t higher grades to ths August examina
tion, frurthar particulars on application.
OPEN ALL THE YEAR -
Ths Portland Business GoBec Is open an
tba year. Students may en tar at any
ttme, for special branches or ft regular
course, and reoelrs Individual or alass tn
stmctlon, as preferred. Call or send tor
catalogue. Loam what and how we teach,
JL. P. ArmstroajT, IX. Prlaetpal.
lean ths 1 1,6 ilul 1,01 M,w W
yflto Hind You Have Alwars
Uf ' til l
The Logan Farmer.
The Lo?an farmer Is a very buay man,
lie milks all the cows thatever'he can,
And you can say whatever you please,
He lakes the milk lo be made into cheese.
The Logan farmer In his sweet repose,
With his ears tucked in by the warm bed clothes,
When the sound comes stealing over the hill,
He knows tlx whistle is not far from the mill.
The Logan farmer sleeps the sleep of the just,
But lie's heard that whistle and he knows he
So he jumps out of bed with a terrible shock
And says: "(jee whiz! tlt's worse than the clock."
And his wife hears him sullenly muttering,
"I won't make cheese: I will make buttor "
Then up rig, s bis wile; her heart in a duller.
"You will, make cheuse; I won't make butter.
Then off to the factory this poor man mnst go
Throuuh rain and through mud and snow.
And when he Marls nut through the Oregon mist
He solemnly thinks, this Is not any bliss.
But he patiently sits '.through the rain and all
For he knows he'll have plenty of grain next fall.
And when he arrives at the ehtese factory d(jor
'lliere are others before him; he's only one more.
And the poor patient horse stands under .the
While his master dumps the milk to be made into
Then muuiid to the whey tank he merrily trots,
Wlieiehis master pumps whey and soils his
good clothes. ,
But woe to the man that Is last in the throngl"""""
For when he gets there the whey is all gone.
Then he hurries around to the othtr side
And pumps a pailtul oi the cloar crystal tide.
And back to the whey tank then he goes
Aud into the whey tunk this he throws,
'1 lieu he seizes a stick aud with right good will
He scrubs the whey tank and makes good swill.
(But here let me drop a word on the matter;
A haudfull of shone will make the hogs fatter.
It will do tery well just for to tell
Bni most any day they had rather have whoy.)
And the maids and the matrons join in with their
And bring the miik to the factory whenever they
And so you can see they can take their ease
By having the miik made into chtee.
The milk in the factory In a very large vat,
First It is tills thing and then it is that.
By the sweat of his brow aud the toll of his hand
The maker turns out a very good brand.
And next comes Stone to join in the ranks.
They want more money to put ill the banks.
They want to try to live at their ease,
And they are going to make butier instead of
We will welcome them all with a right good will
The creamery at .Stone just nnder the hill.
But until they do our fears relieve.
We will continue to make the cheeue.
We wish them success in all their new plays,
And will give them a lift whenever Ke can.
Fin, believe me, the good rule is lru,
To do unto others as you would have others do
And next comes Highland up with a rush,
And nil they laok is just some push.
And all the advice I'd give to the band
Is, just to go at it with plenty of sand.
But my advice was kindly meant
And without execution had good intent
But good adviee is not Always needed.
And advice unasked for is seldom heeded. ,
Then up comes our salesman so smiling and gay,
To take some of the ohee-ie to the cities away.
And when he comes back with checkbook in
Tho patrons will be there, e'en tq a man.
And the smiles o'er their faces they pleasantly
Do you think they'll make butter? No, I guess nit.
Ale thinks 1 hearBomeof them mutter,
"1 always make cheese; I'll never make butter."
And Springwater too, so I have been told,
Wants to turn the milk all into gold.
Then just go at Hand do it yourself,
And don't be put by to be laid on the shelf.
All hail to the iarmer with his bright tin pail.
II you want to get riches that never will fall.
And the foolish farm jr that follovvs the plow
Will get left by the farmer that stays with the cow.
In Harding Grange they show right good will.
They come from all quarters and over the hill.
And this is the way the farmers should do.
In cumber there's strength to ever get through.
We came from the East a complete stranger.
Without the Irecommend of beluga Granger.
But we read a welcome in each kindly face,
And lhat shows they are not lacking In Christian
Aud the youths of .fair Logan hive gone with a
Into the great city amid Us mad crush.
But giiU.dou't you worry, for every youth, whei
Will be buck here in Logan a dairying man.
And In the vast city with its noise and Its whirl
He always remembers tho fair Logan girl.
And now to our subject wewill turn, if you
'Twas all about farmers, their wives, butter aud
And my advUe to the Logan men
Is uover to try to make butter again .
Kor your wife, when patting tiie butter is through,
You had belter look out, she uiay pat you.
And here is a moral; Don't you see,
And I ihlnk all the wives will agree with me,
That the Logan farmer can buy his broad
From tlnualuuftlie cheese made by Mr.Olmstead?
L. A. 0.
As our correspondent has falleJ to send in any
news for so long a time I will try aud give you a
a lew lines this week.
The storm has quieted down since the election
and we are having nno weather at present.
Our Sunday school has be well attended
since it was organized a few weeks ago.
No wonder holly goes about with a smiling
face! That new horsa and buggy would liokle
most any one.
Miss Carrie Ridings retnriml home from Jef
ferson, May 5th, where she has just finished a
successful term of Bchool.
Hops are looking fine in this part of the county
Mrs Alice Webb accompanied by her husband
were tho guests of M 1) Leabo and family Sun
day. Miss Katie Adams relumed home the first of
the week. She has been visiting in California for
the past three months,
Clmrllo Crocker and Ernest Sconce attended
Sunday school at Glad Tidings Sunday.
An ice oreiini social will be given by the young
people of this place on Friday night, June Will.
After being enttu-tained by a short program ice
oioam will by served to one and all. Everybody
Is cordially invited to attend. Boys, come out and
bring your uust gin.
The people of Oarfleld wero somewhat sur
prised at ttie result of the recent election, as
they thought that it had on tho eltiaeus ticket
tho best talent in the county and men whose
morals was unquestioned.
Uny Wilcox, who has been working at the pa.
nor mill in Oregon City for the past few mouths,
lias returned home, lie says he doea'ut like the
there Joes not seem to be much going on at the
new proposed power plant now at the falls of die
The Oarfleld Grange finished Its orgauizatiou
Inst Saturday wilh charter members.
John Sleluman's brother is visiting him. Do
had not seeu John for about 24 years.
Miss Annie lllclnbothein't school will be out in
a few days. She has given good satisfaction, as
there has not been a word of complaint against
her. This Is Ihe third term taught by her in this
district, which is enough in itself lo satisfy the
most skeptical that Bbe Is a first-class teacher,
Ilore'i Ulad Tidings ouca more.'
Clad tidings' old frog pond Is forsaken, as Ihe
frogs were all drowned by the late spring rains.
Our Sunday school Is progressing nicely under
the skillful management of Kev Louey.
P J Killings has purchased a new lawn mower.
What will the harvest be?
That's right, "Sylvia",crow over your downfall,
but your pocket book pays Ihe bills.
Mr and Mrs George Webb have been visiting
friends and relaUven In thia vieiuity.
The latest thing in automobiles is the puichase
of a new red running gear by one of the promis
ing young men of Glad Tidings, Girls, here's
your chance with your best smile.
One of the leading events of the season will be
an Icecream social given at the tiled Tidings
camp ground Friday evening, June 20U. A good
program is being prepared.
J A Ridings has been on the sick list for the
past two weeks, but he is convalescent at the
0r young contractors are busy purchasing ma
terial for the erection of a school house. District
No 5 is to the front on both feet.
Miss Katie Adams, who has been visiting rela
tives at Vallejo, Cal, returned Sunday.
Some of our "citizens" are wearing the broad
smile of defeat, but glory iu .a good, honest tight
well fought, Jo Hek.
Thursday evening a social was given by the
Ladies' Guild at the Congregational ohurch, The
evening was spent with games and music A de
licious luncheon was served by the ladies. All
present had a most enjoyable time.
Thursday evening, nnder the auspices of Pig
Iron Lodge No. 135, A O. U. W, a dance was
given at the Grange hall.
All the eighth grade pupils from the Oswego
school, who took the Btate examination iu May,
were successful and have just received their di
plomas from the county superintendent. The
following are graduates; Miss Ethel Thompson,
Miss (loone, Miss Myrtle White, Miss Lona Small
and Walter Courter. Miss Edna Kingkade, Miss
Agnes Hallinan, Miss Mary Sikes, Charlie Bieh
ner and Ernest Nelson, who had passed the
eighth grade state examination last year, were
presented with ninth grade diplomas at the close
of the school term.
Quite a number of men are now employed at
the pipe foundry.
Summer has come at last, and farmers are
Henry Komer, of Needy, will have the first grain
to cut this season. He has 10 acres of barley
that will be ready next week.
The hay crop here will be good.
The dance at Needy Saturday night was a grand
Hostetter Brothers will soon have their tele
phone line iu operation.
Our Indian war veterans) are still looking for
The republican landslide Is a surprise to many
here. Say, yot socialists, what old you accom
plish? Answer, any of vou I
Mrs Stehman, of Liberal, waB visiting her
mother, Mrs llagey, here Sunday
There will soon be a wedding here If we are not
mistaken In the signs of the times.
Theodore has business in the direction of Bar
low on Suudays. You can't fool us, Theodore!
The Judges of election had better regisleryour
man before he voles next time, as it is not goo
policy to let a man vote and iheu register him
afterward as was done at Killiii.
John Taylor is in the onion business.
The new sawmill at the Oglesby cross roads Is
running on full time now.
The WOW will have a big rally at Need y June
Hops are looking fine, and we will soon hear
the welcome ory, hop box
Charles Oglesby has about recovered from his
Your correspondent enjoyed strawberries and
cream wilh a lady friend Sunday.
Several parties from here will go trout fishing
on the Clackamas in the neir future,
The grain Is growing nicely, and the bees are
0 S Boyle j made a trip to Cauby on the 7th of
H Dane! e ty Is making boards for his brother,
C Dauglb-r y.
Misses Orlft and Myrtle and Chester Boyles
made Miss YYinglteld a pleasant call.
Mrs Scott Carter and so n, Arthur, made Mrs
Wiufctield a pleasant call a few days ago.
Miss Leila Boyles, Alius M Wingfield and Mrs
Anna huugherty visited Mrs Mary Boyles.
-Mr and Mrs Wingfield visited Meadowbrook on
Jess Bagby returned on the 7th with his wife .
Beat that, if you can I
Ed Bugby has returned home on a visit after
not seeing his parents for eight yoars.
Mrs Mary Boyles' health is improving rapidly .
Mrs Venney Davidson and family, and Ban
Johnson and girl, Frank Melton and Miss Leila
Boyles made Mrs Netta Carter a pleasant call.
Mrs Stella Flemniing and daughter, Edith, of
Portland, are visiting friends in Kussellville.
Miss Maud Kussoll's broken arm is lmprovln
Arthur Carter made Archie Boyles a pleasant
Scott Carter is dragging la grippe around wilh
Elder Moore has moved to Molalla to spend a
Mr Wingfield has completed a quarter mile of
fence through his place.
The roads are very bad to the mountain mill,
although the saw still runs.
There was quite a smallpox scare at Soda
springs on election day, ana some otes lost.
Miss Lucy Ouyer, ot Oregon City, visited her
parents here Sunday.
Born, to the wlfa of Joe Eaton, a daughter, on
Juno !Hh. Mrs Eaton is very sick. lr Strick
land !b iu attendance.
Mr Vonderahe hud the misfortune of losing a
fine horse last Thursday.
Mrs Mary Wilson and children, of Oregon City,
visited Mrs U Jones Sunday.
Miss Nellie Steavens is staying at Mrs Eaton's
Rev Elmor preached at the Evangelical church
II Jones has purchased a top buggy.
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Xotice of Annual School Meeting.
Notice is hereby given to the legal
voters of school district JNo. 02, (Jlucka
mas county, state of Oregon, that the
annual meeting for the district will be
held in the county court room in. the
county court house in Oregon City, to
begin at the hour ol 7 :o0 o'clock p. m.,
on the lbto day ol June, lUUL'.
This meeting is to be held in persuance
of law and for the purpose of transacting
C. 0. Albright.
Attest: C. O. T. Williams,
Dated, this the 3rd day day of June,190i!.
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of relief suggested
the medical protession and found none; " or, like Mrs. Elkms, has
tried medicines and doctors without avail. And yet there was a
cure for these women, and they fortunately found it. They tell
below the story of their sufferings and their, cure. They are just
two women out of thousands who in a similar condition
have found a perfect and permanent cure by the use of
the same means.
Mrs. Ada Elkins, of Cotulla, Lasalle County, Texas,
writes: "I was taken ill in December, with prolonged
periods. This would last for ten or ehven days, and I
would not be able to sit up but a few minutes, then I
would be so weak I could not walk about the house.
I would gain a little strength, then I would hare
another attack. For three months I took some oatent
medicine, and also medicine from a doctor, but without avail.
Then a neighbor sent me one of Dr. Pierce's pamphlets, and I
got a bottle of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription and one vial
of his 'Pleasant Pellets.' Took that bottle of 'Favorite Pre
scription, then used two bottles of ' Golden Medical Discovery '
in connection with 'Favorite Prescription.' I wrote to Dr.
Pierce describing my case, and received a very prompt reply,
advising me to have the druggist add one other kind of medi
cine to the ' Favorite Prescription,' which I did. I took eight
bottles of 'Favorife Prescription,' two of 'Golden Medical
Discovery,' and three vials of ' Pellets.' I was so much better
that I discontinued the use of the medicine in the following
October. I am now able to sew nearly all day without resting,
and also help with the housework, and in the garden. I
still take the ' Pellets ' occasionally. Dr. Pierce's medicines
are just splendid. I will write any lady about my case more
fully, if desired, if she will send a self -addressed stamped
Tiie best advertisements of Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Prescription are the women it has cured. A woman
hears of a neighbor suffering and sends her one of Dr.
Pierce's pamphlets, and that leads to the purchase of the
first bottle of "Favorite Prescription" and the begin
ning of the cure. But there is one important passage
in Mrs. Elkin's letter that no woman should overlook.
She says : " I wrote to Dr. Pierce describing my case,
and received a very prompt reply, advising me to have
the druggist add one other kind of medicine to the
"Favorite Prescription," which I did.
Dr. Pierce invites sick women to consult him by letter,
free, and that this is no empty offer is proven by
the quotation from Mrs. Elkin's letter. All corres
pondence addressed to Dr. Pierce is held as strictly
private and sacredly confidential, and the written con
fidences of women are guarded by the same strict pro
fessional privacy observed by Dr. Pierce and his staff
in personal consultations with women, at the Invalids'
Hotel and Surgical Institute, Buffalo, N. Y. Address
Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
"I had female trouble for eight years," writes Mrs. L. J. Den
nis, of 828 East College St., Jacksonville, Ills. "Words cannot
express what I suffered. sought relief among ihe medical
profession and found none. Friends urged me to try Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription. When I commenced taking 1
thi9 medicine I weighed ninety-five pounds. Now I weigh 156
pounds more than I ever weiehed before. I was so had I
would lie from day to day and long for death to come and
relieve my suffering. I had internal inflammation, a disagree
able drain, bearing-down pain, and such distress every month,
but now I never have a pain do all my work, aud am a strong
and healthy woman."
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription makes weak women
strong and sick women well. It establishes regularity,
dries the drains which weaken women, heals inflamma
tion and ulceration and cures female weakness. It has cured in numerous
cases where all other means and medicines had failed of permanent benefit.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets should be used with "Favorite Prescription"
whenever a laxative is required. They assist the action of the medicine.
Sometimes a dealer, tempted by the little more profit paid on the sale of less
meritorious preparations, will offer a substitute for "Favorite Prescription"
as " just as good." J udged by its record of cures of womanly ills, there is no
other medicine just as good as "Favorite Prescription."
UNHAPPY WOIUIFM wi" w of"n' find that tha way ot
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The largest Bum ever paid for a pre
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volved in coin and stock $112,500.00 and
was paid by a party of business men for
a specific for Bright's Disease and Dia
betes, hitherto incurable diseases.
They commenced the series investi
gation of the specific Nov. 15, 1900.
They interviewed scores of the cured
and tried it out on its merits by putting
over three dozen cases on the treatment
and watching them. They also got phy
sicians to name chronic, incurable cases,
and administered it with the physicians
for judges. Up to Aug. 25, eighty-seven
per cent of the test cases were either
well or progressing favorably. .
There being but thirteen p?r cent of
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