OREGON CITY COURIER-HERALD, FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 1902. My Hair "l had a very severe sickness that took off all my hair. I pur chased a bottle of Ayer's Hair Vigor and it brought all my hair back again." W. D. Quinn, Marseilles, ill, One thing is certain, Ayer's Hxr Vigor makes the hair grow. This is because it is a hair food. It feeds the hair and the hair prows, that's all there is to it. It stops falling ot the hair, too, and al ways restores color to gray hair. SI.80 bottle. All fraoMi. It your druggist cannot supply you, end us one dollar and we will express you a bottle. Be sure and give the urine J. C. A YER CO., Lowell, Mass.' 900000000000C00000OC00O0C 3 CORRESPONDENCE oooooocooooooooooooooooooc Molalla. Hay harvest is finished in this locality md considerable grain has been cut. The threshing machines that Lelong liere are busy in other neighborhoods, except Shaver & Adams', which expectB 10 start in a short time, Vick & Pcharael have bought an im proved J I Case separator with sel.'-feed-r and wind s'acker. They are thresh ing near tiuooard. L W Robbinsand party are takings vocation at the I lot Springs, on trie headwaters of the Clackamas. Gbo II Gregory has commenced teasle cuiiing, out owing to Harvesting tie is short of hands. The roads for some time have been lined with people going to Wilhoit. Russell Bros are thinking of moving tneir sawmill tins fall, as the timber at their present location is getting scarce. Several Molallans are preparing to go 'oine mountains to gather Huckleber ries as soon as they are ripe. They will be rather lata this season. The Molalla Grange building is being pusueu ngnt along, w u Adams anu buii are uie principal carpenters. 0 8 Bovles and fiimilv. als) Ilenrv Dougherty and wife, of Russellville, have gone to the Hot Springs to be gone about two weeks. People hunting hoppickers are around here nearly every day. Tickers seem to bs scarce this season J in some places they are offered 50 cents, but 40 cents l. . :i: : 1 w-ouio iu uo tue prevailing price uure. Mr Klzer, who lives near Buiteville, fllRRPH Ihrnmiti lioro a o)tit tilvia aim on. route to Ins mines on the headwaters of the Molalla. He was taking in a water wneei ann an aiasier on pack Horses. Those who U'pnt. hnntinor in thfl mnnn. tains from this section have had good luck in getting deer, with a few excep tions. W A Shaver and party succeeded in getting about eight deer, some of ihein being large ones. Dr Robbins killed three deer. Some Beem to think that the doctor had a little salt in his pocket, w hich seems hardly probable. X. Y. Z. Hock Creek. Mies Lucy Slaughter bought a new gold watch and chain lijst week. Q W Wyland visited his brother-in-law, near Scotts Mills, last week. Willa Dart was seen passing through here Sunday last, G T Slaughter is working for F W McLaren this week. B Guinn left for Portland this week. He expectB to work there the remainder of the summer. C (i Vorhies is workinir for Mr Fox on Rock Creek. Mr Wade was a visitor here on Sun day. MrGroshong and family spent Sun dav at Wilhoit. II Wilson made a business trip to itlarquam f ruiay last. Mrs Wyland made a trip to Scotta Mills one day lust week. We are glad to lenrn that we have a new correspondent for the Courier-Iler-ald. Mtr Haun and family spent the d.iy with Mm Emma Vorhies Friday last. Linn Shank, of Canby, is visiting friends near Wilhoit this week. Mr Haun made a business tiip to Scotts Mills Saturd li Mr Wyland, of Ruci, Creek, made a trip to Molalla last went. John Ferguson and wife passed through here Friday inst. Haity Jack . Molalla. Card of Thanks. To the many friends, who so kindly assisted UHrllirinir lhiA.i....J ,1 . f. -"". .tioribftUCDDHUUUCniU of our mother, we desire to extend our ncoiueii luanKB. Mas. J. D. Rbnneb, Mrs. J. W. Jones, Mrs. T. B. Hankins, Mrs. Sarah Sears, D. R. Hughes. The ClearlCreek Fire. The fire as it raged on Saturday eve ning over about 2000 acres at the head waters of Clear Creek presented a scene SO terrihlA nnd manniiiii.nt tun. t : --- - iuftu,uwiiu uinb licniB K'rchem, who was in the midst of it as late as 11 o'clock at night, flannotade- mintalv taanvlk. if 17 I. T Li. ... -..v.j mvdvuud j,, riuu& uuhcu a cat tle were among the burning timber, and it (nn. 1.1 1 . 1 i. . i inoy wouiu no roasted alive tie waB hunting thpm at. that hm. ti, forest of fiery snags and dead trees was an licrfif a Hat, n ' I. 1 ... . y . vuoiwj iinuu at Ills ieet ana up anove the fire raged. He found the cattln i surrounded oy the fire. He chased them out of that, and they galloped down on an old road over the burning rubbish. Mr. Busch's new barn would have gone up in smoke if efforts had not been made bV Mr. TCirP.hpTYl onrl nthara .r. lrAn - - h..u viuuira ftccu back the fire. Billy Nieman lost his cabin and barn. Myers' sawmill on Clear Creek ceasina exertions nf fiv mun r,,i. th greater part of Saturday night. On the roof and under tlm mill tha fi rn i rim . " - v wau OUt 111 flnnt.R. nnrl Hi a manliinam ' J v uuuuuui T TY D PORTLAND MARKET. Flour Best 3.053.60. Wheat Walla Walla 6061c ; valley 65c ; bluestem 65 and 66c Oats White, 1.05; gray, 95cl. Barley Feed $22; brewing $23 per ct. Millstuffs Bran $16; middlings $21; shorts $18 ; chop $16. Hay Timothy $1215; clover, $7.50 10. Butter Fancy creamery 20 and 21c ; store, 17.and 17. Eggs 19 and 20 cents per doz. Poultry Mixed chickens $3.504.50 ; hens $45.50; "springs $2.504; geese $46; ducks $34.50; live turkeys Mutton Gross, 1 and 3; dressed, 6 cents per pound. Ho28 Dressed. 7 and 7UC ppnts nnr pound . Veal Larue. 1 and'8 epnt.H npr puunu. Beef Gross.top steers,$3.00 and $4.00, dressed beef, 74 cents per pound. Chese Full cream 12Jc per pound Young America 13 and 14c. Potatoes? .75 .85 per hundred, new 1 c. HopB 16 and 18c. 1 jam When you visit Portland don't fail to get your meals at the Royal Restaurant, First and Madison. They serve an ex cellent meal at a m.idprnra nrico a annA square meal, 15c. Thursday, August 14. By Sunday, the delegates to tte Negro Young People's Christian and Educa tional Congress in session at Atlanta, Ga., will number 15,000. Europe has an international glass trust. T. B. Walker bought 65,000 acres of timber land in Plumas cbunty, Oalif. The price is said to be $18 per acre. The railroad between Coos Bay and Salt Lake will bo built; to cost $15,600, 000 ; will traverse the Klamath country. The warshin Cincinnati baa trnna in Barcelona, Venezuela, to protect Ameri ica interests. Governor McBride, of Washington, persists in nis enorts to tight the rail road merger in the courts. C. F. Keller, the socialist lecturer, launches his Bcheme in Portland for a $10,000,000 labor trust. Why not $10,- UUU,UUU,OUO,UOO.O00Y Near Ashland, Or., Richard Payne was killed by lightcir.g. Three men and 123 women took the teachers' examination in Multnomah county. HEADACHE The Stai of Stars . U . 2S Pom 25. BUGGIES. Give better satisfaction than anytlilner on the market at anything like the price, be cause they are made of good material. 10 stand "Oregon ruatls" Iron corners on hoilles, braces on shafts, heavy second Ki'Dwih wheels, screwed rims. If you want to leelsure that yon are getting your mini 17,?. wor.u,j "St for a "Bee Line" or a 'Mitchell" (Uenuey) Buggy. We guar antee ttiem. Mitchell, Lewis Stavcr Co. ieattle, rtpokane, iloiae. Portland. Or fStar f Star Wind Kill Has ball bearings in turn table. Turns jreely to the wind. Ball bearing thrust In wheel, insuring Ugliest running qnal lues, and reserving greatest amount of power for Tuimnini. nui,ru..ittr.,i k"o 'If' i1ut t0Mll('r with galvanized u,,., u,uir uuueu, no partcan rust or get loose and rattle. Weight regulator; perfect regulation. No spring to change tension with .tor. h.no ... ?. ture, and grow weaker wifi age. Repairs always on hand. These things are worth money to you. Then why not buy a oUr. J Wagons Best possible to build ..p-.. . , uo Ul-Llt.1 l.imil K nJHcneil. because the cream of wood stock is usnd, only afi lnrhelnd'llinr.,l,l..annc.nnn ,ri .-h r.ui.Su,; m;nmiini. LiiuwagUII IS Wei- Ironed, well painted, well proportioned, and run the lighest of any It Is nearly 70 years since the first Mltchull wag, nn nr.. hull, nuA I...... 1 l..:. . .... ' mujr unm ucHii oiini continu ously erer since by the Mitchells. Win n you buy a Mitohell you get the benefit of this 70 years' ex. penence. Send for Special Catalogue Free MITCHELL, LEWIS &STAVER CO. First and Taylor Sts., Portland, Ore. Branches Houses at Seattle, Spokane, Boise, Salem and Medford Agricultural Implements, Vehicles, Harness and Bicycles Mention this Paper . A Fall Announcement We wish to announce to our many customers that when leaves are gone from the trees and the roses fade away, we will have something that will gladden the hearts of our many patrons, and that is the best line of CLOTHING . Shots and Gents' Turnishings, trunks, Uilises, That Money Can Buy. By careful buying we have bought from the best reliable houses in the United States. Our goods are arriving daily. Come and see the newest creation in Clothing the Hart, Schaffner & Marx two button double breasted sack suits, and David Adler & Sons broad shouldered chesterfield overcoats. We will also have for the fall many new and nobby W, L. DOUGLAS SHOES That will make your feet glad. Come and be convinced . We are the only exclusive Clothiers and Gents Furnishers in tne city . J. M. Price, The One Price Clothier 6th and main Sts , Oregon City An iFafonnntkon Pre for n (147 iiv "d y i ' i -ks sy; Up-2 AMERICAN CRFAM SEPERATOR Fully Guaranteed Eaeiegt Cleaned of Any Clofle Skimmer Linht Kuiiiiiiiji Durable Catalogue Free Simple Stover SUM Champion in name Champion in the field Gasoline Engine ls. 3, 4 and 6 H. P., Plain and Pumpinir. SiujDleRt Kn. Kinemade. More easily un derstood than any other. Catalogue Free. X tit 5 DRAW CUT MOWER It beats them all. That's a there is to say. Same with the CHAMPION BINDER and CHAMPION RAKE. Catalogue Free. "Between me and my wife we know it all." "How's that?" "She tells me everything that hap pens, and I tell her a lot of things that never happen." A Serionn Impediment. Teacher Can you mention some preat man who had an impediment in his speech? ' . Little Willy-Please, ma'am, George Washington did. He couidn't'tell a lie!-Puck. The stomach is a larger factor in "life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness" than most people are aware. Patriotism can withstand hunger but not dyspepsia. j.ne connrniea ays peptic "is fit for treason, stratagems and spoils." The man who goes to the front for his country with a weak stomach will be a weak soldier, and a fault finder. A sound stomach makes for good citi zenship as well as or health and happi ness. Diseases of the stomach and other organ s of diges tion and nutritior are promptly and permanently cured by the use of Dr. Pierce's Golden Med ical Discovery. It tlliiliQ nn tf Knrlir with-Sound flesh and solid muscle. REALTY TRANSFERS. Pr Panford and daughter have been visitinir at Molalla thcrmst week. Will I-acy, who lias been woikipg for i ii 1. 1 i . . . n . . .i u i-iuiver, mm quit Rim ill going with John CoIo'h threshing miieliine Will's brother will work on the SShavcr farm. There wits a I'il'IiI in thin niiiiilnrliiutil few days ago, iiini the hoys had to go u) me uocior inr repairs. O P Kby. ot Oregon City, ppent Sun day with his family tit ISoda Springs. Jlr and Mrs Poveriilge, of Woodburn, formerly of Molalla, arecamping at Soda Springs. A horse kicked Hilly Vimgbnn last week, knocking him Eeimelt . lie was mt seriously hurt, John Colo has gone Ihreahirg leaving Harvey Kverhait to Iiosb the ranch. Mr Sclmniil threslied his grain laal week. Miss Ivy llortinjjton is visiting at Molalla. The musical whistle of the thres hing engine ia heard in Ii . s neighborhood. I Furnished Every Week by Clacka mas Abstract & Trust Co. II Taubert to A List, lots 1, 2, nut n, uswego ., 130 00 J Crader et al to J Crador, ne of ne, ami w ' 1 1 ne.aiul so A ne, nee 7. 4 A. 1 a i nn .v. ,,,, M A 0 llayward to I) R MeKinley CO acreH in Karr elnim a. 9 a innn nn O I & B Co to J 0 Tiedmaii", 4.1.4.) acres in Beetion Hi, 1 e 1500 00 A K Selimidt to V E.-ler, 0 acres in hilt 14. Purliina JiYt Oil . iw jv L l, bilmoro to J J Schuck, ne of sec 2, 5,1 e 1050 00 W 1! Wallace to Dial No. 83, 1 a in rc , 8. 6 e 40 00 C Pope to J A Wells, "1 23 a in claim 52, 2, 3 e 500 0J J V HarlusM to .Molalla Grango, 1 a in sec 0, 5, 2 e 40 00 J W Cooke to A 11 Pufer, mv of bw, se of sw, and lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, jee 20, 3, 4 . . lOfO 00 F Sibneider to K Sehnwder, 5 a in Kagon clnim 2, 2 e (iOO 00 K Klllg to J Miller, w;a' of ee jf n w of sec 2!, 2 5 e 1 0i) I-, i' liiley to K Miller, Iota 21,22 23. 24. blk 14. Mintli.irii .m ivi J II llmnlt to M U lluiHlt. O tiS a in sec Hi, 5 00 II V Gibson to S 1. Robeits, UX) ft sounro in P 1". s!er claim, 2, 4 o :?ivi n W J Zimmeriuan to J Hawkins, 1") acres in see .'10 1 a ai O&U K ROoloJ lu.choltz, n'a of nv sec 25.2, (1 ., 2iW CO II Miley to Jl Yoder, 9 a in Holmes claim S50 00 Granye Meeting at Clackamas. Clackamas Grange No. 298, P. of II held their monthly meeting on Saturday last. The master insisted Sister How ard, of Molalla, state secretary, occupy the chair. Resolutions of respect were passed upon the death of our worthy brother and steward, Ross Parker. The entertainment that was to have been given by the young people was post poned outof respect to the dead brother. A number of visiting members and friends sat down to th mil.m.ii ',. uiiiner. two candidates w initioto.i into the first and second degree. Brother ileilmevre received tlm ttiir.t o,,,i f.,,..,i. decrees. For the good ter Howard, of Molalla, and Brother Untwood,;of Pamaecns, and a brother from Central addressed the Grange.the master and lady assistant responding. Sister Howard congratulated the ollieer on their good work in bringing the ciin didatis 'in and initiated ih,.m !), ia. tronsof Husbandry will find a heartv welcome awaiis them when they visit Clackamas Grange. Considering the busy season a good numbe' of the mem bers were tmient.. 'I'lm ,.,,.; r ltw mvLVIIIK ll.ia one of the most ploasant held here since vuanKc Ul'gau. Jl, G. J.is mgnatura Is on ovrry hot ot tho gonulns taxativc brori-j-Quliiine Tbu.u 'i remedy that cnrti. a rulil nnA dM CiliiTOrtlA. Baart tlis a H'.a Kind Yl-u H.ivs Aiwnvs Bil'"j Teachers' Examination. Notice is hereby given that the county superintendent of Clackamas county will hold the regular examination of appli. cants for state and county papers at Oregon City as follows: KOR STATE PAPERS, Commencing Wednesday, August 13, at y0 clock a. m. and continuing until faaturdfly. August 10, at 4 o'clock Vednesday - Penmanship, history, spelling algebra, reading, school law. Inursduy Aritten arithmetic, the ory of teaching, grammar, book-keeping. Friday-Physiology, geography, men tal arithmetic, composition, physical geography. ' SAtnrday-Botany, plain geometry, general history, Englih literature, psy chology. ' 1 J FOR COl-XTY PAPERS. Coniriiencing Wednesday. August 13. at 9 o clock a. m and contiiming until Iridiiy, August 15, at 4 o'clock. F1KST, SECOND AND THIBI) GRADE CERTIF ICATES. 1 I'dnesday Penmanship, history, or tbo raphy. reading. Thursday Written arithmetic, the ory of teaclmig, grammar, school law. FridayGeography, mental arithme tic, physiology, civil government. rmMAEY rrurivTi-iTL-j Wednesday Penmanship,' 'orthogra phv, reading, arithmetic. Thursday Art of questioning, theory of teaching, methods, physiology. J0. Zl.NSEIt. Superintendents Schools. Oregon City, July 28, 1902. Extrna In the Bill. Clerk of the Burning Hotel (present ing bill to escaping guests) All guests of this hotel will please step Into our new office across the street and pay cr this extra tire and water service. Cuie:ic News. Curlo'i tVnys of loil Maids. In this nge of ndvuuced views on niatriinoniiil entanglements and obliga tions it is refreshing to read of the cu rious marriage customs of the gentle savages of the Hopi tribe in Arizona. Here the Hop! maid does the wooing, fur the women of the llopi brand nre held In much higher respect than are the coppery sisters cf kindred tribes. And when the Hop! maid has seleole the youth of her choice she goes to his house us a suiiur for his hand anA testi fies both to her devotion and her Indus try by grinding corn beneath his roof uiiLil lie Is siil.k-iently impressed with her qualities to yield and name the day. When the IIopI maid leads the man of her choice lo the tribal altar, she does so in the midst of elaborate cere monials of long duration, and when nil is over she takes him to her home. Nor does she yield this ownership when she weds. On the contrary, the house, the fields and ail the property save the h'rds belong to the wife. This, ns will lie seen, greatly facilitates the Hop! method of obtaining a di vorce, for when the wife tires of her husband she simply takes his saddle from her floor and tosses it out through her door, and the divorce is completed. Cleveland Ph. In Dealer. ft A A T J .1 , miti a I tvcivcu lllc advice which vou pave me in regard to my treiitment," writes Geo. Dorner, Ep, of 191c Pulaski Street, Baltimore, Maryland, "I used your 'Golden Medical Discovery' according to directions. After using four bottles I considered myself cured, as I have not felt any symptoms since. Had tried almost all remedies that I heard of that were good for dyspepsia, but with out relief. Kiunllv, I became discouraged, and wrote to you for advice, with the above result." The dealer who offers a substitute for the " Discovery is only seeking to make the little more profit realized on the sale of less meritorious preparations. Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser is sent free on receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing only. Send 21 one-cent stamps for the paper covered book, or 31 stamps for the cloth bound. Address Dr. K. V. Pierce. Buffalo, N. Y. A YOUNG LADY'S LIFE SAVED Dr. Chas. H. Utter, a prominent phy sician of Panama ftulmnhia .. - cent letter states: "Last March I had as a panent 11 young lady sixteen years of aie. who had a turv hml atf.,,,1, i ,!.. entery. Everything I prescribed for uci yruveu lneueeiuai and she was growing worsfi ovprv linn fr. ents were sure she would die. She had become so weak that she could not turn over in bed. What tn An at thi moment was a study for me, but I thought of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and as a last re sort prescribed it. Th moet wonderful result was effected. Within eight hours she was much better; inside of three days she was upon her feet and at the end of one week wag entirely cured " For sale by G. A. Harding. OASTOHIA. Bean th 7 The Kind You Have Always Boigfit Big Prices to suit you all Millinery at Red trot, So riifiiH'p For Him. "Now that we are engaged," said the fair young tiling. "I will tell you that I do not fear uiiie." "That is nice," said the prospective groom. "And." continued the fiancee, "I can drijc n.v'is without hitting my thumb, and 1 know how to use a paper cutter without rtlniug a book, and I can add a row of figures without making a sep arate siu:i for each consecutive figure, and I can build a fire, and I can tell when a picture is hung straight on the wall." Here the man drew himself up with much dignity and sorrow and cried: "Then I cannot marry you. alasi" "Why?" gasped the girl "What prospect is there for my ever being able to demonstrate the superior ity of man over woman if I marry a woman who possesses such traits of character as you ?'-CalUmore "American. Oregon's Blue Ribbon State Fair SALEM Sept. 13th to 20th; 1902. You are invited to attend and see the greatest industrial expo sition and livestock show ever held on the Pacific Coast. Good racing every afternoon. Camp ground free. Come and bring your families. For any infor mation, write M. D. WISDOM, Sec'y, Portland, Ore.