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OREGON CITY OOUBIER, FRIDAY, 'JANUARY 30, 1903.
An entertainment and basket social
was given by the Needy school Friday
evening, Jan. 16th, to raise funds for a
library. Following was the program :
Instrumental music, Uarrett orches
tra. Recitation, "Pat's Philoeophy,"Julius
Dialogue, "About the Size of It,"
Ethel Owen and Katie Ritter.
Recitation, "I'm Eight Years Old,"
Instrumental music, Garrett orches
Dialogue, "The Somnambulist," Clar
ence Miller, Alviti Thompson, Harry
Garrett, Coa Fish, Rud Ritter, Percy
Recitation, "The Jig and the Pitcher,"
Song, "Sunshower," Jschool choir of
"Three Little Lads." Willie
Miller, Garrett Ackerson and Johnny
Recitation, Ksty Ritter.
Instrumentsl music, Garrett orches
Dialnonm "An Anxious Inouirer."
Mabel Ackerson and Clarence John-
Rnoitatinn. Edith JohllPOn.
Duet, "Poor . Little Joe," May and
ninWnn. "Master of da Situation.''
(colored) Julius Spagle, Philip" Miller
and rMora bpagie.
Instrumental musio, Garrett orches
Tableau, 'Woman's'Klghts," Julius
Spagle, Clarence Miller, urace inomp
ann anil Muv Priffi.
Song, "Better Look at Home," school
choir of 12 voices .
Dialogue, "The Know Nothing Cus
tomers," Peter I'nce, August ocuwe.
Ponitatinn ninrnnft .Tnhnson.
TtiuWnn "ICnnw f.hn nirrminstanceBi"
nriin Ritter. Frieda
Gaylor, Grace Bitter and Minnie
Instrumental music, Garrett orches
tra. Dialogue, "Keep the Ball a Rolling,"
Charlie Ackerson, Leonard Owens.Verne
Recitation, "Bell Mason's Ride,"
Dialogue, "A Second Handed Suit,
Ray Fish and Percy Ritter.
Instrumental music, orchestra.
Recitation, "Betsy and 1 Are Out,"
Dialog'ue,' "Assisting Hezikiah," the
teacher, Ray Fish, and Grace Thomp
son. Song, "My Mountain Home,", school
After t). nrnprnm was rendered the
baskets were sold to tte highest bidder
by John Taylor, auctioneer, mere were
26 baskets and the receipts amounted to
t may perhaps be unwise to comment
on an entertainment in which the writer
personally participates, but when the ac
tors and audience are in such harmony
as they were on this occasion, it is only
justice when we say tnai u
woo were preBoni,
orulno nf tllA hiahflRt ri(!(lit lOt tllB
success of the evening. The actors for
their excellent perlormance, ana inn
audience (numbering about 200) for
their excellent order and good will.
to attend the funeral of her father, Mr.
Mr. Griffin is building their new
house this week.
Mrs. J. W finrrin is able to be out
again and her parents returned to their
home at Redland.
Charlie Elv was sick last week ana
came home for a few days.
J. Skmner-L,antz, oi wooasioca, were
in this burg Sunday.
Miss lirace uooue, or saiem, is visit
ing her sister, Mrs. Smalley
jvirs. leweiien is quite sick aguiu.
Mrs. Geortre Elv and daughter, Carol,
dre on the sick. list.
Last week's rain and yesterday's snow
storm has raised ithe river so that the
mills have shutdown.
Snow fell to the depth of two inches
Tuesday then went off with rain.
The basket social last wees neueu
over $25, which is to purchase a new
organ for the church. '
Born, to the wife of William Mcintosh
a 10 pound girl baby.
Mrs. o. irieuricu, oi new rira vioueu
her sister, Mrs. Martha BurnB, last Sun
The youngest child oi ftirs. unaries
Pipha, died last Thursday at noon. The
child had been very delicate and feeble
frm the time it was born. It was a year
old. Its remains were laid to rest last
Suuday. The bereaved family has trie
sympathy of the entire community iu
their sad hours. . . , .
Henry Streu who formerly reBiuea in
New Era, has moved out on his father's
place and will live with parent for the
Mr. reter ivicinioBn ana luuiuy, uuu
template returning to their old home in
Trtnra i-Wia an m mar
There will be an entertainment, basket
social and a dance given at u nion nan
rn Satnrrlnv. Fnhrllftrv 7th 1903.
Thu ninnanils nF tllB Btl tfiTt HI II mKIlt Will
be used to buy a bell for the school
house. Everv body come ana nave a
good time. Girh be sure and all bring
,.,oll All ImoWu Grind music will be a
oiiBcial fnnture durina the evening. All
"f .. .. . ,7 , . T.7.
a.anA.m r nir rwi rnnr.rHiiii. xtciijcui
her the date, Saturday . February 7th,
Do not take chances on it wearing away or experiment with some unknown preparation
which will only half cure it at best, and leave the bronchial tubes and lungs weakened and
susceptible to attack from the germs of Consumption.
FOLETS B0E3EV fiffl TAR
not only stops the cough but heals and strengthens the lungs and pre
vents serious results from a cold.
It Saved His Life After the Doctor Said He Had Consumption.
W. R. Davis, Vissalia, California, writes: "There is no doubt but what FOLEY'S HONEY
AND TAR saved my life. I had an awful cough on my lungs and the doctor told me I had
consumption. I commenced taking FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR and found relief from
the first and three bottles cured me completely.
THREE SIZES, 25c, 50c and $1.00
SOLD AND RECORDED BY fZZSg
CHAR MAN & CO., CITY DRUG STORE, OREGON CITY,' OR.
Tlio infant nliild nf Mr. nnd Mra.Henrv
Warnock died Sunday and was buried
.Tames McGill is erubbine' and clear
ing some land this winter.
Th social dance at Fred Bachart's
home was a success about 30 were pres
Marks Praire is almost a lake since
the heavy rain of last week.
Your correspondent was calling on
Hon. Sam Mark Sunday. S. F. Mark
was born in Harlan countv.Kv., in 1833,
and came to Oregon in 1847, and served
in the Yakima Indian war in 1856. He
has resided on his fine farm be e almost
formerly a Republican.
Snow two inches deep.
Rev. Hatch preached at Beaver Creek
Sundav. He was very much missed at
Springwater church. He contemplates
preachins there in two weeks.
Mrs. J. W. Lewelleo will return home
from Phoenix, Arizona, on the31stinat.
Her daughter will remain there as her
health is improving.
Miss Grace Good, of Salem, is visit
ing her eisLer, Mis. Smalley..
Rev. Craig is reported out of danger,
but will not b able to come home for
some time. Mrs. Craig returned last
The boys are having a great time
coasting down Seventh street on their
sleds. Enjoy the snow while you can
boys, for it will not last long.
Mrs. Lewellyn has been quite ill late
Mrs. Taylor is very sick,
George lily's fine hunting dog was
shot twice through the shou Ider by some
it touched mother earth.
Plowing has stopped and the atten
tion of the farmer is turned to feeding
Graves & Dodge started to making
shingles today. They have enough tim
ber cut and at mill for 3000 shingles.
Tl, :i: i j . . . .
lunpuiiijj went nown tne river Satur
day lively as Molalla put on her Sunday
John May was shaking hands with
friends in this burg again last week,
Mrs. WeBt went out to Viola last week
Coemption is a human
weed ii !. wishing best in weak
Iu;v.,:-. Like other weeds it's
' i-asliy destroyed while young;
when old, sometimes im-
Senglhcn the lungs as you
would weak land and the
weeds will disappear.
The best lung fertilizer is
Scott's Emulsion. Salt pork
is good too, but it'is very hard
The time to treat consump
tion is when you begin trying
to hide it lrom yourseu
Others sec it, you won't.
J Don't wait until you can't
deceive yourself any longer.
Begin with thu first , thought
to take Scott's Emulsion. If
it isn't really consumption so
much the better; you will soon
forget it and be better for the
treatment. If it is consump
tion you can't expect to be
cured at once, but if you will
begin in time and will be
rigidly regular in your treat
sient you will win.
Scott's Emulsion, fresh air,
rest all vou can, eat all you
in, that's the treatment and
Hut's the best treatment.
We will send you
a little of the Emul
MnRt neoDle will wonder where Ar
bureta is, and we hope some will take
interest enough to find but, but we im
plore those seeking information not to
look on the map for such a search would
be useless. We would like to inform
you, but do not know bow for we can
not say we are twelve miles from land
nor twelve miles lrom water. iuai
would be impossible in Oregon, so we
will simply say, "Arbureta ia in the
woods" and let you find out the rest for
Not long ago, a man was seen emerg
ing from the woods, and as he crossed
the field, many conjectures were made,
as to who he was, and what he wanted.
His actions indicated that of one being
pursued, for whv should he come
through the woods? And why did he
persist in. looking back? We were
alarmed, fcould it be another Tracy?
His pace slackened when be had
crowed the field. We noticed he was
neatly dressed, and after he had talked
mith ii a oahilfl iimt imacine our sur
prise and discomfiture to learn that he
was the man who was loosing up a route
for the new electric road,
fc . . 1 1 i ( l1,n Jnntal
JJ. M. Ugaen, a siuueui oi mo uou.
Bchoolin Portland, spent Sunday with
his wife and son. lie was accoiupuuicu
V... kin flan1 M tlVtArH.
Victor rincKBon ib luiunug mn
into town this week. He says he is get-
l ! . . ...,.i,1 nnna fnr it.
i- -.,.1 HI, a T a Kourn nntnrtained a
few Iriends Thursday night. Crokinole
and other social games were me ieaiureo
15. Akin spent the day pleasantly
Ai.a iri,.7 0An lflBt, Thursdav.
nilll 111D. AJI iviu.. - ,
virat a hum 'and now a new lence is
m.tini. iiu nnnourance around it.
Ogden's farm. We are glad to Bee these
Rain and mud are plentiful but news
A animal school mseting was called
Saturday last for the purpose of voting
a live mill tax for the purpose of con-
tinuing the spring term oi bcuuui uui
was defeated. ,
B. Wade and eon are still in tne wouu
The chase and capture of a crazy man
in tbiB Bection a few days ago, caused no
little cxciieiuent. "
Mrs. Anna Fnrgeeon, ho has been
very low for some time, we are glad to
repbvt that is improving as last as
tnaai 111 a
Ralph Slaughter, commomy
Wild 11111, the broncho breaker of Mis
souri Town, was Been passing through
this section a lew days ago at a iwo-iunj
gate, and there must tie somiunmis
'"v.""' . ..- ...... -i o.D
Albert and Demeri i nomas, ui
Mills, are employed by U. v, Biuugmer
to slash W acres oi uruBii.
Kemp Manure Spreaders
CilTer Drai Saws
Hay Tools and
SANDERS DISC PLOWS
TRIUMPH SULKEY PLOW
18 U fx G 1 E S , W A Cr ONS
. . . . Recycles, Implements . . . .
FIRST AND TAYLOR STS.
Mr. Parry, who is working In the
mineB at wariiner, iuuuo, idvu.uu
home lsst week .
Jim Shannon and.Bon, jesee, uu
the sick list. .
Mrs T. B. Thomas anu audi ""
Lewelleyn went to Portland last Friday.
Mrs. Mathis. of Ely, spent Saturday
and Sunday with her parents.
xu.. 1 ftnlflnnilnr and Mrs. M. Smith
.n 'n Portland Friday, where they
went to visit with the former's daugh
i .lona he civen at the Beaver
n i. i..,n nn tl.a vtili nt February.
virr unit vim - ... i
Miss Nellie Flemnung was visiting in
Beaver Creek last Sunday.
(lit (..rm ol tvhel "" !
nni'll ol every IHllllf OI
hmulnon you buy.
SCOTT & BOW N Ci
409 Pearl St., N. Y.
t;oc. and ft: nil druggists.
anA 4-ilin llPrA ROW.
ir linvo Ynder and child have been
very sick the past week, but are some
better at present. Pr. W. Y. Gieey has
been in attendance..;,; ...
r . .tb;..i..w..
L mi I -i i8'-H r1- - '
: Mitchell and'
STOVER GASOLINE ENGINE
AMERICAN CREAM SEPARATOR
S c n d f o r Catalogue
TO CURE A COLD IN ONK DAT ,
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets,
A.11 druggists refund the money If it tails
o curer E. W. Grove's signature is on
ach box. 25c.
is the cause of more discomfort than any
other ailment. If you eat the things
that you want, and that are good for you,
you are distressed. Acker's Dyspepsia
Tablets will make your digestion perfect
and prevent Dyspepsia and its attend
ant disagreeable symptoms. You can
safely eat anything, at anytime, if you
take one of these Tablets afterward.
Sold by all druggists under a positive
guarantee. 25cents. Money refunded
if you are not satisfied. Send to us fot
a free sample. W. H. Hooker & Co.,
Buffalo, N. Y.
Try a 50c bottle of Herbine, notice the
improvement speedily enected in your
appetite, energy, strength and vigor.
Watch how it brightens the spirits, gives
freedom from indigestion and debility 1
T l ' . A C i
xbuhu oiory, avv, ma., wrues, oept; iu,
19D0: "I was in had health. T Imil stnm.
ach trouble for 12 months, also dumb
chilli Dr. J. W. Mory prescribed Her
rine, it cured me in two weeks. I can
not recommend it too highly; it will do
all you claim for it. Sold by Charman
& Co., City Drug Store, Oregon City,
Smith's Dandruff 'f Pomade''
stops itching ecalp upon application
il ii n nntMi-s dandiuff and
will etoD falling hair. Price 50c. at lal
For a bad taste in the mouth take a
few doBesof Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets. Piice 25 cents. War
ranted to cure. For sale by G. A. Harding.
continuously. He served lour years as
ennntv cammHsioner of ' Clackamas
county. Mr. Mark has several sons and
daughters, one rf which is Miss Bertha,
who is at present a vcijr tuawtiui
ranniiAr ami who is now tJaching in the
Teasel Creek school. Uncle Sam, as he
is called here, has a tine larm ami is
h ghly respected lv an. i.ong may ne
aim lie aim uia vuuijiii"" u w cuj";
a life of comfort so well earned.
Miss Mary Kocher has been on the
sick list the pst week.
Mr. nd Mre.Georiie Kinzer were call
ing on John Jesse Suuday.
Several cf our boys will leave for
British Columbia as soon as spring
Ed Hilton is securing a large amount
of subscribers to the Appralto reason.
Ed is a strong socialist now, but tie was
The voung people of the Spriogwater one last week.
. a.ni ctivb social at Granze ball
viinuv " " B ' " - ------ ...
on Saturday evening, February 7th . The
proceeds will go for building a horse
The wound did not
The basket social at the church' last
Friday evening was a great success. The
II i: 1 1 .. 1 ...., a vac. inlaraat.
house w s wen uutu uu .ij
ing piogram was rendered. The 'Farce
.i.ivi a-aa nrAaented bv some of the Ar-
.-...o (Ann anil was verv clever
and Htnueing, was much enjoyed by
all. The ladies deserve espetmi prawu iur
their beautitul baskets weich were auc
tioned off by Mr. Curry and went like
"hot cakes". The proceeds amounted
to over $24, which is quite a start to
wards the new organ.
T.iniia Wriubt and son. Pieice. are vis
iting relatives at Marquam for a few
' Kfo'uoPtiilini missed throueh here last
week with a large drove of mutton Bheep
for the Portland market. Next tijae
Steve, wear your own shoes, and your
corns won't hurt.
T V Cnataa in trninim? his bird does
They are all right, Bob, if they do kill
the o d hens.
rr.n,l,iu mnrn:nr was severe on stock
c-.'.t r.1 tlio Kuncnn full hut did not
I ie on the ground, as it melted as fast as
1 drwkd t) cbMj W Bft vKkk
I CtftH wd kdski to try i be,
tic I xpeHwct4 mm nU ttM
Rni wtcrtK m I kf4 oa taUaj It lor
thm meoOa mi mw I BMsbwto
With bo pata and I AaB Mt H eff and
oa now until I hv pamd thecflnM."
Female weakness, disordered
uiecaes, tailing of the womb and
ovarian troubles do not wear oil.
They follow a woman to theebange
of hie. Do not wait but take Win
of Carlo! now and avoid the troa
Ue. Wine A Cardul navar fails
to benefit a suffering woman of
any age. Wine of Caidtti relieved
Mrs. Webb when she was in dan
ma. When you come to the change
of life Mrs. Webb's letter will
mean more to you. than it does
now. But yoo. may now avoid the
suffering she endured. Druggists
sell U bottles of Wine o CaiduL