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rtPFr.ON CITY COURIER-HERALD, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 31. 1002.
AVcge fable Preparationfor As -slmllatlng
ling the S lomachs andBowels of
l tvtj i; rl f..l
r.css and Rest.Contains neither
Opium, Morphine nor Mineral.
HixUUe Salt, -Aniit
h 'mluynun Harm
A perfect Remedy forConslipa-
tion. Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea,
Worms .Convulsions Teveri shi
tless and Loss of Sleep.
facsimile Signature of
EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER.
Srnteaiiiun and tinmliler, I
Charles James Fox, the English,
ftntnsiuan, was even more notorious in
the gaming world than he was famous
in the world of politics. He had Riuan-
dered $250,000 before coming of age.!
lie became one of the most profligate
gamesters of the vicious days in which
he lived. Bonn; of his linest displays in
debate were wsndwiched between ex
citement such as would unnerve most
men who had no serious business on
band. Waljiole bus given a glimpse of
n typical pi.ss.rre in t's extraordinary
man's life. He had to'inke part In the
discussion on the thirty-nine articles in
parliament on a certain Thursday. lie
had sat up playing hazard from Tues
day evening until 5 o'clock on Wednes
day afternoon. An hour before ho had
recovered $00,000 that he had lost and
by dinner time, which was 5 o'clock,
ended losing $5".,000. On Thursday he
spoke in the debate, went to dinner at
past 11 at night; thence to a club,,
where he drank till 7 the next morn
ing; theno to a gambling house, where
he won $30,000, and between 3 and 4
in the afternoon ho set out on n Jour
ney to Newmarket.
I.eiiKtlKMiInu; a ne'a Tongue.
Man Is often blamed for driving to
extinction ninny sorts of beautiful
creatures, but the nccount Is far more
than balanced by the amount of good
he has done for those nnlinnls which
proved useful nnd could be tamed.
Tako.tho case of the bee. The bee
lives by Its tongue, with which organ
1t Is able to extract the honey from
flowers. Now, n bee's tongue Is natu
rally about a twenty-tilth of an Inch
long. Clever beekeepers, by keeping only
those bees with naturally long tongues,
have succeeded In lengthening the
tongues of a number of bee colonies
to the extent of another hundredth of
an Inch. It does not sound much, but
it enables those Insects V do a quar
ter as much work again In the same
Man has done more than this for
bees, lie has given them ready made
homes, where they a'cuilV from wasps
nnd other enemies 1' rallies for making
their combs without using large tpinn
tlties of wax for outside walls, and
food during llowerless weather.
Every farmer knows that
sonic plants grow better than
others. Soil may be the same
and seed may seem the same
but some plants are weak and
And that's the way with
children. They are like young
plants. Same food, same home,
same care but some grow big
and strong while others stay
small and weak.
Scott's Emulsion offers an
easy way out of the difficulty.
Child weakness often means
starvation, not because of lack
oi food, but because the food
does not feed.
Scott's Emulsion really feeds
and gives the child growing
Whatever the cause of weak
ness and failure to grow
Scott's Emulsion seems to find
it and set the matter right.
Srn.t d-r free sample.
Itutt & lluwnc, Ou'iiui, 4ii t'carl St., New Yoik
Sot, uiiil $i no ; ull diiiuuibU.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
THE CCNTAUft COMPANY, NEW YORK CITY.
Sllvina the Money.
In a' certain parish in Scotland col
lectors were going round soliciting con
tributions for the kirk. On coming to
a wretched little hovel they hesitated
whether or not to enter, but finally de
cided to "try their luck." A hale old
man greeted them, and to him they ex
plained their errand, but he really had
nothing to give them, he said.
"Can't yo gi'e up your whisky?" one
of the visitors asked. "No," he said,
"I don't drink 'whusky.' " Perhaps
then he could forego the pleasures of
snuff. No, he didn't use snuff.
The collectors prepared to move on.
"Stop n bit!" cried the old fellow. "1
pay Sandy, the barber, twopence every
Saturday night for shaving me. Tell
the meenister lie can have the two
pence If he'll come and shave me him
self!" The Stmlent'a Prnyer.
There was long ago a divinity hall
presided over by a most amiable nnd
dignified professor. On certain days
the senior students opened the proceed
ings of the (lay with prayer. One morn
ing a raw youth from a remote re
gion performed this duty, and It was a
memorable occasion. None who were
present can forget how the venerable
professor turned and gazed on the un
tutored lad, who prayed for him as
follows: "Lord, have mercy on our
professor, for he Is weak and Ignorant,
strengthen his feeble hands, confirm
his tottering knees, and grant that he
may go out nnd in before us like the
he goat before the flock." "Twenty
11 vo Years of St. Andrews."
Wlint Cnrlylo AVrole of Tenn-t noil.
Tennyson in his prime was thus de
scribed by Thomas Cnrlylo to ltalph
Waldo Knierson on Aug. f, 1844: "One
of the finest looking men In (lie world.
A groat shock of rough, dusty dark
hair; bright, laughing, hazel eyes; mas
sive aquiline face most massive, yet
most delicate, of sallow brown com
plexion, almost Indian looking; clothes
cynically loose, free nnd easy; smokes
infinite tobacco. His voice is musically
metallic, fit for loud laughter and pierc
ing wall and all that may He between;
speech and speculation free and plen
teous, I do not meet In these late dec
ades such company over a pipe."
AVIii-ii the Cnt Wim Snorcil.
Ill the middle ages brute animals
formed as prominent a part in the de
votional ceremonies of the time as they
had In the old religion of Kgypt. The
cat .i:ituus was embalmed al'ler death
and buried In the city of Hubastis be
cause, according to Herodotus, IHana
liuliastis, the chief tliety of the place,
was said to have transformed herself
Into a cat when the gods tlr-d into
WHtt'h (Iniirr'H Vritle,
"Then yon do not regard him s
"1 should not j;o so far as to say he.
!s not trtistworth; . tmt lie Is the kind
of mail w ho will set his watch at 11::.10
o'clock and then call your attention to
the manner in which It keeps time
When the l'J o'clock whis'le blows."
Would I'rt'ft'r It Ot lii'rvli.
l.atly Ain't you iwimineil to be be;:
BlnK on the stive! V
ltejryar- Well. yes. IM soon.'r tlo It
tii do pulpit or nt a -Imrc'.i fair, but
fate Is njr'lu me.-Judj;e.
r.vcry man should know somethlnj;
of law. If lie knows enoutrh to ktH'j)
out of It he Is a pretty good lawyer.
A fast man is very slow when It
comes to paying his debts.-riilladel-ph!a
"Yes, I know that certain passen
gers object to tipping on principle; but,
speaking for myself, I believe In It,"
remarked a ruddy faced old man In
the corner of a third class smoker. "It
Is only right to reward courtesy, and I
always make a point of giving the
I guard of this train sixpence when he
comes to see ir 1 m an rigni, aiuiougii
I'm only a poor man."
The other passengers, not to be out
done, thereupon dived into their pock-
I ets, and when the guard popped his
head inside the door a few minutes
later he found himself overwhelmed
with silver coins.
An hoijr passed, and the passengers
got out one by one until the old man
was left facing a snruce commercial
traveler, who leaned toward him con
fidentially and asked him how he could
afford to give the guard sixpence every
time he took a Journey.
"Oh, don't worry yourself about
that," responded the old man. "I dare
say I shall get it back with Interest."
"How will you?"
"The guard is a son of mine!" Lon
Lifc'i LHIle Ironies.
Doctor--I'm very glad to tell you,
Mrs. Hodges, that your husband wi:t
recover after nil,
Mrs, Hodges Lord, sir, don't snv
Doctor Why not, you unnatural wo
man? Mrs, Hodges-Well, you me, nlr, aft
er I'd sent f.)r you, sir, I took an' soM
nil his clo'es! ("Sketch,
Thursday, Octtb'r 30.
Republican chairman for Washington
claims etate by 20,000.
Ulark candidates get on ticket in Si'ver
Bow county, Montana, by decision of
United States may ignore Colombia
if it does not deal lairly in Panama Ca
nal neg tiations.
Miners celebrate ''Mitchell c'ay" with
Judge Clancy, of Montana, charged
with .criminal libel for statement in
I'ailiament votes to take no hand in
No Chinese tariffs giving concessions to
America go into tffect today.
Uiibe-Uribe's surrender carries with
it a pledge for pence in Colombia.
Defalcating ake county sheriff is
sentenced to (our years in the peniien
Salem growers again demand a state
Mrs. Fred Unraih,
FreHldont Country 4'lnh, Benton
"After my first baby wu born I did not
seem to regain my itrength although the
doctor gav m a tonic which he consid
ered very superior, but Instead of getting
better I grew weaker every day. My hus
band insisted that I take Wine of Cardui
for a week and see what it would do for
me. 1 did take the medicine and was very
grateful to find my strength and health
sfowry returning. 1 two weeks I was out
of bed and in a month I was able to take
up my usual duties. I am very enthusi
astic in its praise. "
Wlno of Card til roinf orces the organs
of generation for tho ordeal of preg
nancy and childbirth. It prevents mis
carriaOT No woman who takes Wine
of Caxdui need fear the coming of her
ohild. If lira. TJnrath had taken
Wine of Cardui before her baby caino
she would not have been weakened as
she was. Her rapid recovery should
commend this great remedy to every
expectant mother. Wine of Cardui
regulates the menstrual How.
A new Rival ,xnl a new (Jiieeii draw
head sewing machines will be given a
way to customers of l'arkplace Cath
Store on Christmas.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Havs Always Bought
ADM 1S1STUATOKS NOTICE .
Notice is heieby given thai 4ho undersicneif
has be n app ilnte I admimstiator in Hie estate of
Albert Closner, deceased.
All persons having claim against tbe said
estate an hereby iolirl,.,l to present the said
duly verified according to law and accompanied
by the proper vouchers, to the undersigned, at
Springwnter, t'la kamas Couutv, Oregon whhln
six uiouihs of ibe due ol ibis no!lc-.
Dated Hits HOtta day of October, PJ02.
OKO.C. nilOWSSI.f., AdminlstrauV
Attorney for Administrator.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Nolice is hereby given that the undersigned bin
been appointed administrator of the estate of
Mot-evil K. letter deceased.
All persona having claims agiinst the said ra
tal? are hereby notified ti present the same duty
verified according to law and accompanied by the
proper vouchers, u the undersigned, at the o'rUee
of J. W .loder in Oregm Citv, Clackamas Co intv.
tiregon, within six .nmnihs .(i.au ile.J ilHte f ilus
bated this 31th dav of O.'tober, WJ
, . . . . ! t'. A. N4.SH,
Aduinusti-ator ot ihejesla,.' of Mirosll Koeiur,
1 1 1 1 I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 I ttfLI 1 1 I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i
.inie Sew,,,, pi-ifim vs. Wn.Mif .ni s,
t,,,,.,, , .,, nt.
"i:;!,:.. .: i"2X
liiwl iir insi ynii n lie Ik.vk ii. suit in Hie
above nam dimm, i.n 1 1. t r,. cihIht .si, lmvj,
thesaiii'-t-i. Kscut i iw U. fr. h, II, - first pub.
SSI 'y'-m fiVirrir ".'..rL';.9
complaint tht uliiuiL tt'wil' i.iniy in (lif Conn for
the r-iU'fd. ma tU-.i in srtM ('(iinpinint, to wit;
thut Hip h'lii'is nf in -tnninnv exisiii'K Let wen
yT.,a;!;,i.nr'!r,;xi!rl:i'nv,,,. ,,r , ,6
Oreiron Ctiy Cuinir H raid, h wc-klv Mi.wspiiiinr
of ucnerui i-in-ni 11,111 in fUi'iiaiiM-ci.u.iiv, t.ir
seveu cotisenliv ..kii-niim- ncng se iemlr
M,mtR' "Ht""' il"'l,"lini! 0 l' l'"r
lih'i ltliK f. HKnWNKLI,,
A t rn y for plaintiff,
Iu the circuit court oi Un- tine i.f On tmii. ti,r
tin- COIItl of (.'iBcki'tllnP.
t'liarlen Trlnibm, pit i.niff. vs. E a Trimble, do-
To Eva Triinhio. above mnnil defendant.
hhvHi'n.'iraV ?,r,r"; ,'".
K,lfitirtlJr,?..afi:.,:;re Vt,:,x,,n;" CV:r,-;f rlS,
vnmbcr 14, llin, the Hiime beiiiit sewn (innsecu -
tive weeks from I lie first publication of tbh snm-
iiions 1 nu you win itiKx niiticH rn-it if you full
to so appear ami answer said complaint. the plain
tiff will apply to the curt forthc rrlicf dummmed
In said complaint, tmvfl: That 'he bonds of mat
riniony now existing between vou and plaintiff
This summons is published liv the order of the
Hon. Time A. MrBri.le, .Inrlpe of the Klfth Judi
cial Dlstrcl of the b ate of Or gon, in the Conrier
Herald,a weekly newspaper of general circulation,
eonimeni'ini; octnlicr 3, iY and continuing to
and im lading Kiidav. Novi ml er 1-1, piiw.
GnO. U. 1)KH VNKI.L,,
Attorney for I'lHlfi'ilf.
NOTICE TO CREDITOIK
NOTICK IS ITKRKUY GIVEN' THAT THE
undersigned haa been duly appointed ad
ministratrix of the e-lale of Charles W.
AnnBtronK, itecea-ed. by ihe county court of
unickamnK county, On iron, ami all persons hav
ing claims against said estate are required to
present Ihe same, duly verified nt'cording to law,
to Ihe nndersigned al hr limn- in Canby, Clac'ta
max counly, ormon, on or ln-fur' six months
from Ihe dale of ihe publi .-utUi . f tills notice,
to wit: The 10 h dv of deto'v-i', 1W.
Kb LA l. ARM STRONG,
Administratrix of the islate ol Charles W. Arm.
In the circuit C'iMri o' the state of Oregon, for
the ronnty nf (Mnckamas.
Wary lliirton, plaintiff, vs. J. J. lhirlon, defend
ant. To ,T. J. Murlon, defendant abov nni"d: In
the name of Ihe state of Oregon, ou are hereby
requlreil loappoHran I answer tile coniplnlnt Uleil
asainst y. u iu Ihe above, entitled suit iu the above
named court on or before Krday, November
lutrj, the same being seven weeks from Ihe first
publication of this Miuimons, and y,.u will take
notice that if you fnl. to so appear ami answer
(aid complaint the plaintiff will apply to the
c mrt for ihe relief d. nmuded In aiiil complaint
to wit: Tlial ihe bonds of matrimorv now exist
ing between plaintiff and defendant lie dissolved,
This summons is published by t lie or eroflhe
Hon. Tims. F. kyan, county judge of Clackamas
founiy, si e. f Ungou, in the absence of llou.
Thus. A. Mi'Hildc, ,i c'geof the lilih judicial dis
trict of th state ot i 'r.-uiiu, in the Dicguu City
Coiiru'i-lli rani, a wiekly newspaper of irenera'l
eiri'liliilinn, priioe I in Clackamas l oiin'y, for
seven ciniH'.cn'ive w-toks, ciuiiineui'ing l-videy,
OctohiT 17, limj and p, untuning io and iuelinliuu
Friday, Novunber i-i Hit!
UKl). (' I'.KOWN "..h,
Aimniey for Plaintiff
AlMIINlsi i; TOR'S NOTICE.
Kstnte of Kliabeili Shandy, d'ceased.
NotlC.U is her, bv uiVt-n ill it Oih nn.l.ir.ioi,.,.! l,.ld
been diny app limed by the conniv curt i t
naekion.is coiiniy. Oicion, us ailniiiiismitor of
the estiee of Kliabilh Shniey, in-ciasi-d. All
pel-sous having claims iigaiu-t sod esbite are!
hereby uo'ih , t p.e-eni ihe same. pr. peilv veri- I
fled as bv luw rc'iuired, lo nie at. Wi.hoit, (ire., or i
my attorneys at Oregon l.itv, Ore., within six
Uiotlths froni this date. " I
Had d this ITlli day of October, luiij.
O S llOYI.KS, Adinini.lin'or.
KOHKKT A. Mll.LKR nnd o. n. K1IY, I
Aitoineys lor Administrator.
Vo par ieiil 11 1) ,1 ..serous.
Yo 1 c in -ti 1 v cure Piles ny
If llli A'i' 1.' tue cause .
Y in e i" i ii "i at ih" 0 uise
wall any lnnsj out liitt-nml
to n d . .
( hmnic ea-es
1 be must .
entli;i ,i.tuio nUvraseis 01 ibis
remedy, because it' cures.
I LECAL NOTICES, j
I SUM niN.
, In the Cironii : un , f the .-(ate '! Orcm ,n for'
COUIUV Oi I'l (j .MMii-.
" ' ----- ) .
When you buy business clothes
you Want 'em business like in price;
but it isn't good business to have
clo'.hes that are not stylish, nor to
pay too much or too little for them.
We've got the famous Hart
Schaffner & Marx suits here for
you; and with that statement we
answer every question you can
think to ask about looks, style, j
tailoring, fit, and business-like
You can prove the truth of all
we say in five minutes; vve're wait
ing for you to come and see.
We also carry the celebrated
David Adler's & Sons Overcoats
in all the latest styles.
J. M. Price,
The Lb-to-Datc Clothier
Agents for H. S. & M. Clothing
and W. L. Douglas shoes.
Ha'n Street, OREGON CITY, ORE.
About the Maic m Prices.
Vnn will Sf'p If cinnAtin'orl oifm-.....!,, 1 .1 . r
havcSone up. We told you th.s was ko.ng to happen some time
ag- That with strikes, the high price cf fuel arcl frtight rates ad-
.. , . , . .
vancing, it was inevitable. Dealers who had not the foresight to an-
tic,'Pate this and Provided aSainst aie fcrced to advance their prices
1 j. r , i .
i substitute an interior instrument at the former fijire. Eilers Piano
! Tr 1
House was in a psition to prePare fir th-rais-- sixty d.iys ag0,
hen word of the intended advance was received we ordered a large
I , r .
supply of pianos and shipped immediately. We oulJ d this h-
1 ' 1 '
cause we own immense storage depots in Portland, where we can hold
I : .m ,j t,, . , , .
; pinnos until sold. 1 here are seven hundred pianos there now which
were purchased at the old price. They came in such large quanti
ties, all at once, we secured the best possible freight rates upon
i tVioin Tb .,.. e-i-,;. :n
; iwv.111. j. y v v., .IJ11U 1H UU1
i .. r i -r.,
saves the large expense item of boxing. They were unloided direct
from the carst0 our dtoraSe dePots which are '""ted immediately on
j the railway tracks, and all our
1 , , . .
inus uouig away witn cne long cartage Dim. ino opportunity is neg
lected by us for saving money in the handling of pianos, and we are
thus in a position always to sell pianos more cheaply than any other
pdealers on the coast. The result
withstanding the raise injthe cost of pianos, to sell as good an irst 'u.
ment as we ever did, which is a'much better one than is sold by other
dealers far the same price.
If you have not a piano, oryour old one is uns tisfactory, it will
payyou to look into our pricesand values immediately, snvdn hundred
pianos are not so very many for a house with such an immense busi 3
ness as ours. They will not hold out long. So the sooner you se
cure one the safer you will be.
We carry only the best standard makes, such as the famous Kim
ball of Chicago, the artistic Weber of New York, the peerless Chick
ering of Boston, the Hobart M. Cable, Hazelton, the many-toned
Crown, the Vose, Weser and others, everyone of which is guaranteed.
Call on us or write us and satisfy yourself concerning these state-
EILERS PIANO HOUSE
351 Washington St., PORTLAND, OREGON
Branch Houses: San" Francisco, Sacramento and Spokane
TJm 4 ItviAof pimphlets, folders, bjoklets, etc., are
jTUL 1.L11LJjV tastefully gotten ap and are valuable for
nation cm mile, and money or express orders, silver or stamps will be
accepted. TbJs ii a flue oprjjrcuiiity to obtain ariol descriptive reading
matter for little or nothing.
An annual pnblleitlon, b5 lutlf illv illustrated In color and
halftone. This number treats particularly of the history of
the Northern PalSo's Tra lemark, the Cistjr Battlefleld lu
Mouiana, and the Yellowstone Park.
A neat and dainty publication containing a complete history
of the Northern Paeitio I'radetu irk, Tue artistic overs of
the Wonderland, liWl are used in miniature.
Wild Flowers from Yellowstone
A bjok of pressod wild flowers from Yellowstone Park,
allowing the real flowers in their natural colors. A dainty
and beautiful souvenir ten sp:?eim?us of flowers and six
full page illustrations of Park scenery. S3,
Yellowstone National Park
A new 112 paM hoik lu strong, 8 -xlble C jvers good paner,
plain tvpe, llhistr'ted, nkei r.e, a en npeudluui and
descriptive of the Woild's Wonderland.
An lllostrate t pl.-ket-she boJk, 72 paes, In strong, flexible
cover, printed on heavy pip.-r, descnpdve of an ascent of 1
the highest p-? ik lu tht) United iutes o.itol le of Alaska of a
Everything Tnsb, Tltat and Chan,
Meat market of fj.Betbke
Opposite Suspension Bridge, Oregcn City
Vii 3 , '! !tr
fpA. t- w a "
tvu)lv"UL iiu l mc )vu es ui pianos
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U W U y I ILU I 1 1 d HI CSS Sy Sie III , WniC n
hauling is done by our own teams,
of our foreught e iables us now, not
The Northern PaciSi is not
ed among railways for its
advertising matter. Its
wnat tnay contain. Here is a partial list
of what MR. CHAS. S. FEE, General Passenger
Agent, St. Paul, Minn., will send out, carcUlty
mule.l, upji roceiotof pricis aiven. Anv combi