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OREGON CITY OOUBlEfy FRIDAY, JANUARY 16, 1903.
Elmer Dixon is able to be out, after
an attack ol the grip Wiley May ia
progressing rapidly with bis new house.
J.B.J ackson is hel piug him build it . . .
Rev. Arnold, of Clackamas, and 'Rev.
Smith, of Portland, have been holding
special meetings In the chapel h"re dur
ing the past week, and they are to be
continued a few days longer by Rev.
Arnold We are very fortunate in se
curing their help and hope every one
will make special effort to attend . . .
Revs. Craig and Pogue will hold a pro
tracted meeting here, beginning the
firBt of February . Charles Ely has a
' job of carpenter work in Portland....
' Mrs. Seely is slowly recovering from the
grip, and her mother, Grandma Ryan,
is much better.... Mrs. J. D. Locke's
slater and family, from the East, anived
last Saturday night. They will remain
here if the country proves satisfactory
to them. We are glad to welcome new
comers . . .Little Mabel Albright isquite
sick and under Di. Stuart's care, and
Mrs. Jefferson's baby is quite sick also.
Mrs. E. 13. Andrews, of Falls View,
was visiting among friends here last
Thursday . ..Mrs. Arnold is the guest
of Mrs. Moran this week during the
meetings Mrs. James Currin has
been very ill, but is slowly improving
Her father and mother came in from
Ourrinsville last Saturday and will re
main for a time . . .The basket social
has been postponed on account of the
meetings.... Mrs. Howell, of Crescent
City, Calif., is visiting her sister-in-law,
Mrs. Lewellen, and also her niece, Mrs.
John F. irclough This is a very en
terprising community. New buildings
re oing up and improvements are be
ing made on the old ones. We hear that
several new houses will be built this
spring ...Our Sunday-school is Bteadily
increasing in members. Fifty-eight
were enrolled last Sabbath. Mr. Cuny,
of the city, is the superintendent, and
Mrs. Moran is assistant.
So frequently settle on the lungs and result in Pneumonia or Consumption. Do not take chances on a cold wearing
away or take something that only half cures it, leaving the seeds of serious throat and lung trouble.
Cures Coughs and Colds quickly and prevents
PiieiiEnorcia and Consumption
C. Unger, 211 Maple St., Champaign, 111., writes:
,' I was troubled with a hacking cough for a year and
I thought I had consumption. I tried a great many
remedies and I was under the care of physicians for
several months. I used one bottle or FOLEY'S
HONEY AND TAR. It cured me, and I have not
been troubled since."
HAD BRONCHITIS FOR TWENTY YEARS
AND THOUGHT HE WAS INCURABLE
Henry Livingstone, Babylon, N. Y., writes: "I
had been a sufferer with Bronchitis for twenty years
and tried a great many with poor results until I used
FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR which cured me of
my Bronchitis which I supposed was incurable."
THREE SIZES, 25c, 50c and $1.00.
FV77T7 SOLD AND REGQfflEHDED BY
CHARMAM &, CO.
THE MORNING TUB
cannot be enioved in a basin of limited
capacity nor where the water Bupply and
temperature is uncertain vy reason 01
defective plumbing or heating apparatus.
To have both put in tnorougn worKing
order will not prove expensive if the
work is done by
F. C. CADKE
and wifo Mrs. Kalbfleisch, C. Spangler
and wife, Misses Rebecca Kalbfleisch,
Edna and Iva Irish, Katie and Sara
Jones, Rachel and Maggie Lewis, Clara
Shoenborn , Vada FauBt, Edith Jackson,
Mildred Jones, Mr. Prescott, Sammy
Kalbfleisch and Al Shoeuboin.
Mrs. Hawk is reported to be no bet
ter. She is staying with her daughter,
Mrs. Q. Mumpower. Her son and
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John
Skirvin, came to stay with her; also her
daughter, Irs, Griffin, of Eastern Ore
gon, Mies Anna Bachman, who has been
spending the holidays with her parents,
has returned to Marmot to finish her
term of school. She has three and
a half months more there, haying
taught one and one-half months there
Miss Julia Spooner has the contract
of teaching two months more at Stone.
All are pleased with her work.
Emmerson Spat arrived ' here Mon
rlav morninar from Kansas. He intends
to live here with his parents O. W
MntxirAr made a business trip to Gresh'
am Saturday. . . .The locial at the taaBle
barn was a grand succeiB. The pro
ceeds were $19 Mr. Scott, of Oregon
CAtv. In finisbins Mr. Gardner's new
house. . . . .Miss Maggie Lewis and Tilly
Thomas visited the Misses Mary and
Celene Jones Sunday A ' surprise
nnrtv was tendered Mr. and Mrs. Eph
Jones Monday evening in honor of their
fifth anniversary. Many useful pres
ents were ttiven them. Uames were
r,laved until 11 o'clock, when refresh
menti were served, after which the
guests departed for home. Those pres
ent were Eph Jones and wife.Mr. Spatz
Continued on page 7 and 8.
Furnished Every Week; by;Clacka-
mas Ab&tiact & Tiust Co.
oss of Flesli
When you can't cat break
fast. take Scott's Emulsion.
When you can't eat bread
tad butter, take Scott's
):mu!sion. When you have
:zzn living on a milk diet and
vant something a little more
wurishintf. take Scott's
To get fat you must eat
hi. Scott's Emulsion is a
great fattener, -a .great
Those who have lost flesh
want to increase. all body.Ji;,
tissues, not only fat Scott's ;Ece&i
onulsion increases them an,
bone, flesh, blood and
For invalids, for con
valescents, for consumptives,
for weak children, for all
who need flesh, Scott's
Emulsion is a rich and com
fortable food, and a natural
Scott's Emulsion for bone,
flesh, blood and nerve.
A B Richardson to G I Brown, nw of nw
of Bee 30, 13e: $000.
S J Buckman to G I Brown, nw Of nw
of sec 36. 1-3 e : $600.
K A Padgett to F Way, lot 4, see 2, 6-2
F Way to E P Cooper, lot 4, sec 2 5-2 e;
P Mclntyre to P K Davidson, bw of bw
C T Tooze to W F Young, nl 2 of ne sec
19, 3-1 w:$500.
C D Thompson to F Myes, 26.77 acres
in Thompson ci, o-i e ; ov.
J Haugh to 8 Haugh, 383 acres in sec 16,
6-1 e; J25Q0. . ... .
M E Barlow to A Struntz, lot blk du,
fWann fHt.v : 1475.
L M Hedges to 0 P Hedges, se of se sec
29. 1-3 e; 11.
M S Zweifel to F Bhaw, part of elm 48,
fi-2 . t2200.
M S B.Lawton to E G Mattoon, Z.75
acres in Hedges elm ; $259.
O Deute to E G Mattoon, 17 acres in
Hediies elm ; $7ol.
A L Christopher to M Clemens, lots 4
and 5. tract 03 UaK urove ; ouu.
J W Roots to O A Palmer, tractB 4 and
22 in Borings: $200. : '
O A Palmer to E S Morris, 4 and 'li
N G Mower to J N Davis, el-2 of nw sec
afi. T-3 fi! 20.
J DeV Johnson to Hedges & Griffith lots
1,2, 3, 4, blk 67 end b U 00 Oregon
City; 11. . .
W II Faubion to T F Ryan, wl-2 of bw
nf n 1. 2-3 e: 1212.
.T K Siefer to L Seiier. Bl-2 of si 2 and
20 acres in neof se, sec 2, 2-3: $350.
J G Odell to J Heardoiff, ne of bo sec 25,
1 2b: $500.
O W I'rosser to J Miller, blks 13 and 14
Orwpuo and blk 12 old town; $500.
J Miller to J Richner, lots 10, 11, and 12
blk in. Osweiro: $275.
T V Ryan to F A Schmidt, lots 17 and
18. blk 18. Gladstone: $180.
Sunset Ld Co to M Wssto, lot 11, blk 5,
Sunset Citv: $!00.
J Richner to T J Whitter, lots 10, 11. 12,
blk 15. Oswecoi $37.
C M Coleman to L Tamblyn, 32 acres in
Toner elm, 2-2 e; $2500.
Procter X Beers to M Ball. 1.60 acres in
pr 27. 1-4 e: $10.
M Conant to H S Colton, lots 5 to 18,
tract f)4. Oak Grove: $1000.
M C Stribkjand to M H Strickland, lots
3 and 4, blk 63, uregon uuy ; i
Will Ld Co to R Garde, lot 20, blk
PxrU VUi'o: 810.
J A Buck to Win 8 Irwin, Be of ne, el-2
of se, sec 1,4-4 e; $650.
L Gerlineer to W Shadd, 13 and 14,
Orrtmrd Hill' 100.
G U Hess to C Cox, lots 3 and 4, sec 21,
ept lots 5 and
Wm Roop to C H Dye trustee, el-4 Be
of sec 4, 5-1 e; $100
L W Parmer toC A Bard, sl-2 of wl-2
of Sephenson DLC; $1300.
G W Kenny to M Davis, se of sw
4 aces in sec 29, 1-4 e ; $1200.
MAT Vanbuekirk to N W G Howard,
si -2 of ne and Lts 1 and 2, sec 4, 8-3 e ;
N W G Howard to O M Rankin, s 1-2 of
- ne and lota 1 and 2, sec 4, 8 3 e ; $1600.
A Baney to J Baney wl-2 of nel-2 01 nw
of eec 2, 4-1 e; $1150.
O & C R R Co to J Heller, nw of ne
sec 35, 2-3 e; $240.
M Hatton to F W Hatton, 120 acres
Hatton elm 53, 2-2 e; $1.
E H Cooper to C E Shollz, sl-2 of SW
sec 24, 2-2 e ; $450.
by bis refusing to survey our land with
out destroying our timber, or are we
under a monarchal form of government,
where the people have no redress what
ever? E. Lacey.
Dodge, Clackamas Co., Jan. 5.
The Bust Prescription for Malaria
Chills and Fever is a . bottle of Grove's
lasieieeB vuui ionic, ii is simply iron
and quinine in a tasteless form. No
cure no pay. Price 50c.
Born, Dec. 6, to the wife of
Meinig, a son. This accounts
smile that Paul wears.
Born, De:. 24, to the wife of Robert
Jonshrud, a daughter.
Discussion at Molalla.
LETTERS FROM THE
Concerning Mdtters of Moment to
Clackamas County Citi
Needy, Or., Jan. 2, 1903.
Editor of Courier The taxpayers of
Clackamas county shoull thank you
very much for showing up the methods
used by political fed ring boosters to
reap wealth out of their fellowman's
misfortune. It's time a man with the
courage of his convictions came among
us to wield a pen in behalf of a burdened
pe.ple-. . .
We sincerely nope me sua iuk up
tha i-nnamniin trui'iilence practiced uy
the boodlo sheet is out the entering
wedge that will eventually spin tue
nart.v nf hrnken Dromises in twail. We
truBt you will give the old political dry
bones such a shaking up that a part at
loQQt nf nnr chronic nan suckers will be
glad to loosen their grip on ine puDiic
tat. Anil cfit. ft "hike" on themselves.
What the taxpayers nave neeaea lor
years in" this county was a journal that
.... ... 1 .1
would deiena mem anu uieir uumoBi
from the ImisaDDlicaiion of funds that
is technically drained from the farms
dido one that would not for a bribe
cover up a fraud.
We believe that the Uregon uuy uour.
ier rather than stultify iteelf by truck-
liner after politicians whose, ways are
shadv and methods devious" would con
sien itself boots, pi ees and all to the
beautiful old Willamette river Buna
ble repository for those who to a re
markable degree are very simil-ir to the
drone and are usually found in and
about political centers.)
The time was never more auspicious
for the tearing up of our rotten political
plank, and we hope you will continue
the work so well begun.
Let's all hail the Orenon City Cour
ier and its Kentucky editor, and wish it
many prosperous and Happy New
We will send you
a free sample.
Be lurt that thli picture
In the form of Ubtl li on
the wrapper of every bottle
of Emulsion you buy.
SCOTT & BOWNE,
409 Pearl St, N.Y.
50c and $1 1 H drujyUU.
and nl-2 of
Mir 7 Park Vlncfi : 60
: W II Davidson to J F Davidaon, sw of
I nw ni tee 10. 8-2 e: $200.
J F Davidson to L B Trullinuer, ew of
nf pe 10. 6-2 e: $o00.
F T Barlow to A Michels, lot 1, blk 30,
nr. rrnn f!ltv 500.
V. N Vnster to P A Nelson, sw of nw of
pc S 8-4 e: 700.
D Nekon to Waverly Association, part
lot blk 30, Cambridge ;
N A Davis to J Shannon, wl-2 of el-2 of
sl-2 of nel-4, el-2 of nl-2 ot Be i t, ei-
nl-z oi Bi-z oi se 01 eec -o, o-f , f 01 v.
C Scott Assigi ee to M W alsh, lots 37 to
in ti k 74. Minthorn : f-.t.
11 GroBhone to 11 J Thomas, 79
mrp m h of hoc IT. 6-2 e: $500.
L Tamblyn to II C Coleman, 2,55 acres
In Oregon Citv elm ; i.iw.
v ltnl.nmn to K llolzrnan. lots 5 and
sec 84, 3 1 e, ne of nw, nw of ne of sec
8, t 4 8 r 1 e: t-ou.
Sell wood L & I Co to E A Miller, lots.7
8, 13 and H, iraciw, un uiuto
$120 . ,
G E Hargreavek to J Scott, sl-2 and si
nl2of sec 3o, 4-3e;i.
State to A W Lambert, el-2 of nwl-4,
1-2 ot swl-4, see 12, 8-3 e ; $10 .
A 11' Lambe-t to V Coast Timber Co,
1-o.if sw 1-4. nl-2 bw and el-2 i f I
Elder J. H. Moore, of the Church of
Christ.. and Elder T. H.- Starbuck, Sev
enth Day Adventist, have agreed to hold
a joint discussion on the Sabbath ques
tion at Molalla, beginning Jan. utn, at
7 p. m., to continue at least five even
ings. The following are the propoel
tions as agreed upon :
1. Do the Scriptures teach that the
seventh day ia to be observed by Chris
tians? T. a. Starbuck amruis, J. li
2 Do the Scriptures teach that the
first day ia to be observed by Christians
as a day of worship? J. H. Moore af
firms, T, H , Starbuck denies.
Robert Wilkerson, of Canby, was the
guest of T. J. Grimes and wife last Sat
urday night and Sunday.
Jacob Grader, of New Era, is visiting
his daughter, Mrs. J. H. Burns. He
has been having very poor health this
Miss Olive Friedrich, of New Era, was
the guest of Miss Eliza Burns one day
Born, to the wife of Orrin Adkins, a
We can hear the merry whistle
Sturgis Bros, sawmill. They are now
getting in '.shape to saw lumber. They
have quite a lot of available timber hear
Mr. Strejc made a business trip to
Oregon City one day last week.
Secoiid-IIand & Junh Store
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR SECOND-HAND
GOODS, HIDES, JUNK
METALS OF ALL KINDS, ETC.
All kinds of Farm Implements and
Second-Hand Goods Bought and Sold.
'RING PHONE 416 FOR JUNK.
Sngarman & Co.
a Union Pacific
The 0. R. & N. Co.
Gives the Choice of
Meeting of Soldiers.
Hubbabd. Or., Jan. 11. 1903.
Editor Courier Will yon kindly give
notice in your much-esteemed paper,
that the surviving members cf the 1st
Oregon Cavalry and the 1st Orego.i In'
fantry ;Oregon's Boys in Blue" of 1861-
1865) will hold a joint reunion in ine
council chamber, (city hall), Salem, on
February 3rd, at 1 o'clock p. m. ana ac
7:30 in the evening. The afternoon
will be a business meeting of the veter
ans of those two old regiments, and the
meeting in the evening will consist of
an open camp fire, to which all veterans
who at any time stood in defense of
"Old Glory" and the general public are
J. B. Dimick.
Will and Oscar Dix, Lou Hubbard,
Dick Johnson, Gua Gottberg and Gus
Scheivie have returned to returned to
Washington after visiting home during
the holidays. '
Charlie Robeson, of Ostrander, was
visiting his parents and sister of this
place last week.
There will be a dance in tbe literary
halt on Friday, Jan. 23.
Colton is talking of building a church
in the near future.
Mr. and Mrs. WinBlow left Colton last
week for Ostrander. We are sorry to
Mr. Kandld and wife, of Highland,
were the guests of Mr Gorbett and fam-
1I3 on New Year's Day.
6:00 p. m.
SALT 1 KE,
DEN Ai., .
, 6;00p. m.
ST. PAUL and
Ocean Steamers leave ;Fortland .every
5 ,pays tor , ,
Bill! 81-- Ol BW (VI SCC 1-. N c , f-iw.
Sellwood I. & I Co to A B Holmaii, part
lot 1, blk 30, Oak Grove; $16.
Editor Ohroon City Courier: Pleas.
allow us a small space in ycur paper in
which to register a "kick." u. W.
Keller, G. W. Burdieb and mvself are
ownerB of donation land claims which
we wanted divided in accordance with
the deeds which we hold. We em
ployed the county surveyor and his dep
uty. Mr. jcnBon waB Bern. 10 uo m
work. Alter estamisning one corner, ue
demanded that all trees should be cut
down so that he could run a line due
north, regardless of government survey,
which was plainly marked by marks on
the trees, tlazin, etc. We cut four
trees, one nearly five feet in diameter,
which had a side blaze on it. lie said
that he could not run a straight line by
tbe novernment survey, which was
marked as plain as anything.
There is a creat deal oi vaiuauie urn
ber on a part of the land, and at places
on the lice it is very thick. To have
cut the trees would have destroyed a
irreat deal of this valuable timber, and
have .taken many days 01 unnecessary
labor, irivina the Biirvevor a lorn lob at
five dollan a day, which was so unjust
that we settled with bim for tbe time
and Btopped the expeuse. W'e wanted
our property located, not destroyed,
which 1 do not think any sane man
How is U that the U. S. government
had all the land surveyed and never
thought of destroying the timber? The
whole United Mates, not aione, out uie
whole civilized world has been surveyed
without a thought of such a thing?
The next day Mr. Keller informed me
that he took hit bearing by the blazed
trees and set his compass a half mile
away, bigbted through and found the
corners. How long are we to be im
nosed noon bv the county officials with
out laisiiigourvoiceagninstit? Are they
not controlled by the laws, or have tbey
full sway to do as they please? Is not
theccunty liible for the damage done
Notice is hereby given that tbe county
superintendent of Clackamas county
will hold the rezular examination ot ap.
pheants for state and county paperB at
Oregon. City as follows:
FOB STATS PAPERS.
Commencing Wednesday, February
11, at 9 o'clock, and continuing until
Saturdav. February 14th, at 4 o'clock.
Wednesday l'enmanslnp, History,
BDellincr. aleeebra, reading, school law.
Thursday Written arithmetic, theory
of teaching, grammar, booK-Keeping,
pli5 sics, civil government.
triday l tiysioiogy, geograpny, men
tal arithmetic, composition, physical ge
oaturdav Botanv, plain geometry,
general hittory, Euglish literature, psy
FOB COUNTY PAPERS.
Commencing Wednesday, Februaiy
11, at 9 o'clock, and continuing till in
day, Februar 13, at 4 o'clock.
FIRST, SECOND AND Till. D GRADE CER
Wednesday Penmanship, history,
Thursday Written antnmetic, meory
of teaching, grammar, school law.
iriday Ueography, mental arithme
tic, physiology, civil government.
Wednesday Penmanship, orthogra
phy, reading, arithmetic.
Thursday Art of questioning, theory
of teaching, methods, physiology.
J. C. ZlNSER,
Superintendent of Schools.
Oregon City, Ore., Jan. 9, 1903.
Fruit trees or berry plants, see a practi
cal fruitgrower. C. W. Swallow,
For a bad taste in the mouth take a
few doses of Chamberlain's Slomach and
Liver Tablete. Price 25 cents. War
ranted to cure. For Bale by G. A. Haul
Boats leaves Portland daily for Willam
.ette and Columbia River Points.
Monthly Steamers to China'and Japan.
For full Information call on or addrei 'nearest
O. R. & N. Ticket Agent, or address
A. I. rjEAIG, G,P. A.,
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAT
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money If it fails
o curer E. W. Grove's signature is on
ach box. 25c.
0u IJ11,?. Jrj.'y?!
II Rain and sweat
II nave no effect on BWTVW?KrM Si
It re. . ft.
Fresh cow and heifer calf f jr sale,
warranted a rich milker and perfectly
gentle. L. r. Williams,
CASTOR I A
Tor Infants and Children.
Its Kind You Hars Always Bought
sists the damp.
cr sott and pli
do not break.
No rouh sur- V
fare trt Chata
I and cut. Tht
wears twice f fff fv m1'!
ase of Eureka JZA "v a I
Only transcontinental line
passing directly through
Salt Lake City,
Colorado Springs i
and Denver. j
Three splendidly epuipped trains
daily to all points East.
Through Sleeping and Dining Cam
.nrt Frpp Rprfininc! Chair Cars.
The most tnagnincent scenery in
America by daylight.
Stop overs allowed on all clasees.ol
For cheorcEt!ratci and descriptive iliteiatur
, J. D. riANSFlELD,
General; Agent, 1
24 Third Street, Porlfnd, Ciegon
i Standard Oil
I v Company
of Shoes and Rubbers
at Extremely low prices
is now on. Call and
P ORTL AND-ANTORIA ROUTE
STR. BAILEY GATZERT I
Dally Bound Trlpa, eicept Sunday I
TIME CARD '
Leave Portland 7 A. H
Leave Aatoria IF, 11
THE DAUE-FGRTUKE fCHE
. and JUETLAKO
Bally Tripe Ixcepi ti'noiv
Leave Portland, Hon., Wed. and .
Leave The Dalles, Tu.,Thura. n.-
Leave Portland, Tues., Thura. and Sat
Leave Dalles, Hon., Wed. and Fri
Landing, Foot Alder Street
BOTB fROKM, MAIN 851 PoBTlJtKD, Cf.IouJ
A.J.Taylor Astoria, Ore
J. W. Crichton The Dalles, Ore
A. K. Fuller Hood River, Ore
Wolford & Wyers. White Salmon, Wash
Henry Olmstead Carson, Wash
John T. Totten Stevenson, Wash
J. O. Wvatt Vancouver, Wash
E. W. CRICHTON, PORTLAND, ORE