OREGON CITY COURIER-HERALD, FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 1902. 3OOOOOOOCOOO00OC "The Stretched Forefinger of all Time" is on the dial of an ' Elgin Watch the world's standard for pocket time pieces. Perfect in construction;' positive in performance.' Sold by every jeweler in the land; fully guaranteed. Booklet free. ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH CO. Elgin, Illinois. wsmtmMwmmnwMwwmm -v.l T 4-rw The Northern Pacific is not- ilOOCl JLllCrarUrC among railways for its advertising matter. Its F A lvirC?" PamPhlets, folders, booklets, etc., are 17 xjLAIIIOSI- tastefully gotten p and are valuable for what they contain. Here is a partiai list TVT.4-T inrr ot what MR- CHAS. S. FEE, Qeneral Passenger (Jllllllii Agent, St. Paul, Minn., will send out, carefully mailed, upon receipt of prices given. Any combi nation can be made, and money or express orders, Bilver or stamps will be accepted. This is a fine opportunity to obtain good descriptive reading matter for little or nothing. Wonderland 1901- An nnu. bllcatlon, beautifully Illustrated In color and halt tone. 1 Lis number treats particularly ol the history of St the Northern Paclflo's Trademark, the custer Battlefield In Sx Ceti Montana, and the Yellowstone Park. Miniature Wonderland A neat; and dainty publication containing a complete history of the Northern Paolflo Trademark, The artistic covers of S d the Wonderland, 1901 are used In miniature, Four C eU Wild Flowers from Yellowstone A book of pressed wild flowers from Yellowstone Park, showing the real (lowers In their natural colors. A dainty Se d and beautiful souvenir ten specimens of flowers and six Fft y Ccta full page illustrations of Park scenery, Yellowstone National Park A new 112 page book In strong, flexible covers, od paper, plain type, Illustrated, pocket size, a com vtw iuni and Twenty -I've descriptive of the Woild's Wonderland. Oets Climbing Mount Rainier An illustrated pookot-slze book, 72 pages, strong, flexible Sed covers, printed on heavy paper, deseriptiv rl an ascent of Twenly-1 ve the highest peak In the United States oa a. . e of Alaska of a Cents, glacial nature. CORRESPONDENCE 50O0O0CK Elwood- Farmers are very busy with their har vest. Mrs EC Wyatt, of Philomath, who has been visiting her daughter, Alice, for the past three weeks, returned home Wednesday. Mrs Lyd a Park is confined to her bed pait of the time. Zella Surfus is now staying with Eva Maplethorp at Willamette Falls. . Richard Bittner.wife and Miss Austin, of Oregon City, who have been camping near the former's parents.returned home Wednesnay. W T Henderson made a trip to Ore gon City Wednesday. Mr. Shubert, of Milwaukie, but for merly of Elwood, was out hauling in his hay Tuesday. I D Surfus secured plenty of water in his well at the depth of 31 feet. Matt Park, who has been out home for the past three or four weeks, returned to Willamette Falls last week. Mies D Henderson, who intended to worn for Mrs W H Hottemiller, of Clarkes, took sick and Ida Wilson took her place. We want to inform thp neonlp nfOrprmn Cttr anri viVIn! ... ... ... . ..w.w.y , mat we nave opened a jewelry store and Kepair bhop on Mam Street, Court House Block, next to Red Front, and carry a fine line of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware and Spectacles, and we want our customers to feel that our shop is theirs that we attend to their work, whether much or little, the same as if attended to by themselves; and that the oftcner we hear from them the better it pleases us. Yours for good goods, low prices and honest dealing. Wm. Gardner & Son, Watchmakers, Oregon City 0 THE UNIVERSITY OF OREGON, EUGENE, OREGON. The first m ester, Session 1902-3, opens Wednesday, September 17th. The following Schools and Colleges are co nprised in the University : Graduate School, College of Literature, Science and Arts, College of Science and Engineering, University Academy, School of Music, School of Medicine, School of Law. Tuition free, excepting in Schools of Law, Medicine and Mu (Incidental fee $ 10 00, Student-Body tax $2.50 per year). Cost of liv ng from $ioc.oo to $200.00 per year. For Catalogue, address Registrar of the University, Eugene, Ore. Everything Tresh, Heat and Clean, AT Meat Market of fy. Betbke Opposite Suspension liridge, Oregon City tltw Straiten Bldq Colton. Too late f Jr last week's issue. Mrs Ed Saub, of Portland, has been spending a few days visiting at the Carl son home. Mr. Blosser, of Hubbard, was in our vicinity looking for hoppicners last Sat urday, sb the hop harvest will soon be here.. Jessa James and Rile Garret have gone to Butteville to work for a few weeks. Walter Gorbett made a flyirjg trip to Canby . n his wheel on the 3a to get a new casting for his binder, which had been injured by running against a rock Frank Countryman has bought a new horse. There will be preaching in the hall next Sunday at 11 o'clock. Rev Dunlap, of Highland, will officiate. Mr Gerber put two calves in a clover field to wean them. Last week he went to see them and found them both dead, one having eaten so much clover it had burst open on the back. Experience is a good school, but the tuition is some times very high. The black lee has not vet nnneared here among the calves but if this weather continues much lonirer it will surely come. Land buyers and homeBeekers a e quite often seen in our neighborhood the last lew days. Johnnie and Cleve L ffertv went un on the Upper Molalla last Saturday and Sundiiv mid caught something less than 5000 fine truut each measuring 20 inches more or less. Newly Furnished and Refitted. Opm Day and Nitjht, GEORGE BROS. ...RESTAURANT... Handy. Toola'efur laBt week's iBSue. Harvesting U in full blast with fine weather for taking care of the crops. Hop yards in this Bection look fine and hop growers are iubilant over the pronpecis.of a good crop. Mr and Mrs Renner attended camp meeting at Woodburn Sunday. Captain Pope has two new silos nearly completed. Hon Benton Killin, of Portland, vis ited his bro:her, George, at Handy Monday . James Renner and George Killiu vis ited Salem one day last week. Mr and Mis P L Schamel. of Molalla, were visiting the latter'e father, Samuel Swraney, of Handy, Sunday, S D Wright and family visited rela tives at Mount Angel and Silvertun Sun day. Wil 1 Ovum's was a visitor at Handy Saturday. Elmer Dodge will start hianew thresh er Thursday. Elbert Killin took in the baseball at Hubbard Sunday. Mr and Mrs G C Pendleton visited relatives at Mount Angel Sunday. Mrs Ramage, who has been in alem for some tune, will return loine soon. Tattler. and Lunch Counter 0pp. Electric Hotel, Oregon City Has No Superior in the City. Meals at All I lotirs. New ETachinc Shop IWith New Machinery HAS HKKN OI'ESKD BY Fhilipp llucklciii, .AT T11K. Old Roake Stand, Rear of Pope's Store I All kinds of Saw Mill, rarmlntr and Other Machinery Hade and Repaired, S M ita. .AND.. WATCH KEPA1ISMG .A SPECIALTY Fitting Spectacles and Kije Glasses l?y Up-to-Date Methods. Examination Free, by PHILLIPS, The Optician A, N. WRIGHT The Iowa Jeweler, 293 Morrison, near 5th Mountain View. Too kte for last week's issue. The thermometer registers 96 degrees in tne simile. Mrs Griflin and children have gone to Damascus, where titty will spend a few days. They will also go to the mountains alter black berries. Ferd Cmran returned from his trip to to California Sunday. Mr West and family are vis'ting rela Uvea out on ttie Ahernethy this week. Mrs Riniro i.nd Hat tie drove out to Highland Saturday to attend a funeral. Misses Grace and Esttlla Good, of Salem, are visiting their sinter and brother, Mrs Smalley and W Good. Mr and Mrs C T Beattie went to En gene Wednesday morning to attend the wedding of their son, W G. Mies May Thompson has charge of the postullice during Mr lieiittta'g absence. J W Currin U on the sick list with an attack of neuralgia and malaria. Mr Hall bus gone to Washington for a few ihivs. HeRlsoexpert" togo to Kan sas, where he will visit his arentg. Sauna. Mac. ab ii )(. To late for hist week's iseue. l'all sown grain is all cut, and the whistle of the steam thiesher is heard. Wheat is p utilising a gi.od yield. IV Gieptr.er U now selli- g a very de licious rummer d ink called dilibcrry ale. Mr Kiehe has tteated his house to a lie coat of paii.t . We are sorry to report that Mr Schcer is very sick. Win Yohrt'-n, rf Selhvood, visited rel ative tt.-i- I., .-t week. He is a member of the carpenters' union con sisting of ;i0 men who are derating a co-op. rative man null in Portland. Mrs Janinnie had the misfortune to break l:r aim recently. Mie was riding UBSamiw mmmw HMTO The Puritan wife vowed to love, honor and obey her husband. She believed that " the husband is the head of the wife," and she yielded to his will as her law. We have changed all that. We have cut the word " obey " out of the marriage service. We have accepted the doctrine ot leminine equality. Women no longer keep silence in the church. In business avo cations and professions they inarch side by side with men. To-day the intellectual equality of woman is frankly conceded, and yet that puritan wife, vowed to obedience, whose husband was also her lord, had one point of equality with the stronger sex which the modern woman has largely lost ; she had the equality of health, and the equality of courage and strength which enabled her to keep her place at her husband's side in times of danger and of peril. As housewife she was tireless in her industry. As mother she reared a large family. She knew little of the aches and ills which vex the modern woman who has entered upon the heritage of woman's rights. Statisticians have called attention to the decrease in the size of the family. Women shrink from the pangs and obli gations of maternity. The very participance of women in out door sports once termed manly, is only an evidence of the fact that she recognizes her physical deficiency and weakness. But outdoor sports and exercises are open to comparatively few women, and while exer cise may promote the health when it is once estab lished, it cannot produce health. In fact, where there is womanly weakness, exercise may be an injury where the weakness permits the possibility of exercise. The first and greatest of woman's rights is the right to be healthy, the right to enjoy herself as a wife and to bo happy as & mother. Give, woman this and all other features of womanly equality will take care of themselves. ' In hundreds of thousands of cases this physical equality has been restored to weak and sick women by the use of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, the medicine which makes weak women strong and sick women well. "My wife used three bottles of Dr. Pierce's medicine, and I never saw such results," writes A. B. Haynes, Esq., of Aurora, Lawrence Co., Mo. " It was wonderful in its work. We had used lots of medicine, also had one of the best physicians in Aurora, but my wife got no better; we heard one pitiful groan after another, jjay and night. A friend handed me a copy of Dr. Pierce's book, The Common Sense Medical Adviser, and after reading the testimonials of Dr. Pierce's successful treatment, and seeing that the cases described were similar to my wife's, I bought for her a bottle of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. Before she had taken all of the medicine she was up and helping to do the work. She has taken three bottles and is now well. Has better health than she has had for years, so perfectly did the medicine do its work." Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription cures womanly ills and the aches and pains which these ills are the cause of. It establishes regularity and so gives freedom from the periodic suffering which so many women endure with each recurring month. It dries the drains which distress and weaken women. 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I took ten vials of the ' Pleasant Pellets,' and I tell you the medicine made a cure of me. My trouble was female trouble, and I am willing to have you use my letter, for there are other women to-day that need your medicine, and it will cure them if they will follow your advice." Sick women are invited to consult Dr. Pierco by letter, free. All correspond ence is held as sacredly confidential, and the written confidences of women are guarded by the game strict professional privacy observed by Dr. Pierce in his daily consultations with sick women, at the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, Buffalo, N. Y. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. If you are led to use "Favorite Prescription" because it has cured other women, do not allow a substitute to be palmed off on you as " just as good." Insist upon the remedy with a record Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. A MEBIGAL ADVISER FREE I Dr. Pierce's People's Common Sense Medical Adviser contains over a thousand large pages and more than 700 illustrations. This is one of the foremost medical works of the agem It tells the plain truth in plain English. It deals with the problems of marriage, reproduction, heredity, and the important tacts of biology and physiology in general, from the view-point of com' mon sense. It Is a book for the guidance of young men and young women, of wives and husbands, and therefore a family medical book. This valuable work Is sent FREE on receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing ONLY. Send 31 one 'Cent stamps for the cloth -bound volume, or only 21 stamps for the book In paper-covers. Address! Dr. R. V. PIERCE, Buffalo, H. Y. 613 (" I ll on a back seat of a spring wagon when the horses gave a midden j"ik which turned her over backward.-. 1 Postmaster Pcramlin has treated his store to a dew coat of paint. A H Reynolds is transacting busines in Oregon City this week. Mr Gortler, Sr. recently fell into a celler at Canby and fractured a knee Cap. I Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Ketuedv ha a world-wide ; leputation for its .cures. It never faiis and is pleasant and sale to take. Fof stile by G. A. Harding-. Wall Paper Trim m d hats. Goldsmith. Great bargain. JIns You Know Wlmt You Are Inking When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic because the foutiula is plainly print! d on every bottle showing that ii s simply Iron and Quininei'i a tasteless ortu. jS'o Cure, Xo pay. 50c. THE SURE WAY to prevpnt pneumonia Rud consumption Is to cure your cokl whpu it tirst appears. Aekvr'a hii clisli Kemeiiy will stop ihe eout:U in n nitlil, hurt .triv the coKi out of your system. Alwuy a quirk ami sure cure tor asthma, bronchitis :ui all lliruHt ituu lung troubles, ll it does not sntigly you th ilniKKUt will refund yourmoni-y. Writtf to us tor tree sample. W. II Hooker Co., Buf falo, N. 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Our handsome and durable $3.50 shoe for men can't be equaled for wear, quality or style, and our women's fine $3.00 shoes are the acme of comfort and graceful outline. prices will suit. Kratisse Bros. Our AU kiwis of bicycle rep;iirirn;, lock work and saw filing at .lolmton & Lamb's bicycle ebop, oppodte Barlow's gro. eery. Give them a trial anl be satis ed.