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OREGON CITY COU'.JER FRIDAY APRIL 17, 1903,
Are commended by the Presi
dent of the United States and
nre are commended by hundreds
of fathers and mothers as
Feeders of Large Families
Pure Goods and Low ,
Prices That's All
White Hons 3 Coffee,
Eastern Back wheal Flour
E& Brand Miple Syrup
. "Preferred Stock" Canned
Vegetables and Fruits, ,
Etc., Etc, ,
X. Raberlson, .
Tbe 7th Street Grocer.
and Tin Shop
JOBBING AND REPAIRING
Opposite Oaufleld Block OREGON OITY
For wagons, buggies, ham
' nees and all lines of farm im
plements L. Ft Holmes
Second-liana & Junk Store
HIGHEST P,I0Ei PAID FOR SE'J
OND-rTWo nv"H. riD;ss ruK
METALS OF ALL KISDS, ETO.
All kinds of Farm Implements and
Second-Hand doods Bought and Sold
RING PHONE 416 FOR J UNK .
Sngarman & Co.
All kinds of Wooden and
Iron Fencing and Graveyard
Fencing a specialty. Also,
window fenders and gratings.
Work dee with promptness
and dispatch at
Location of shop on Fifth
street near river, back of All
bright's butcher shop. If
you have fencing to do give
us a call.
FIRE ! FIRE !
Is now raging in
the Range at . . .
Where you can
get a first-class
meal in first-class
style at a reason
Don't Forget the Place
Next door to postoffice, Oregon
(There has never been a reme 1
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tnat a.unuy curci 1
this om n dU;jvirjJ b D
Perrin. r.uri is nit a p:rsn
who surfi.-s frj n this listressin
disease wij is not wiilin j to piy
li.ooto hiJ thi cajii rem;!
pirnnnentiy. lrrm:liate results
and you taks it, that s all.
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for
Ethel J. Tobin, plaintiff vg. Esmond D. Tobin,
To Esmond D. Tobin, defendant.
In the name of the state of Oregon, yon are
hereby required to appear and answer the oom
p'alnt flleo against you in the a bove en titled cause
within six weeks from the date of the first publi
cation of this summons: service nf mid snminnnn
laving been ordered served upon you by publi
cation, oy orueroi i . x. nran, juige 01 luecounty
couft of the stale of Oregon, lor the county of
unicKuimis, a leu ruu. zd, iifutt.
- The said action is brought to obtain a df-nren
dissolving the bonds of matrimony existing be
tweenplaint ff and Hie defendant, and for such
other relief as the onnrt mnv seem eon itabln.
And your are hereby notiti-rt. thm if vnufail to
appear and answer the, saM c,'iii alui asahove
required , the unlit plaintiff will apply to lie
court for the relief demsnded thert-in. T
EDWARD T, TAGCiABT, '
At orney for Plaintifl.
Date of first publication, F-b 27, 1903.
Date of last publicati on, May i
In the Circuit Court of the state of Oregon, for
Clitckiiraas go. inly.
IraN. Jaivis, plaintiff, vs. Rose Jurvls, defend
ant. To Rose Jarvis, defendant.
Iu the name of tbe state of Oregon, you are
hereby required to appear and answer trie com
plaint filed against you in the above entitled
cause within six successive weeks from the date nf
the first publication of this summons; service of
of said .summons having been ordered Berved
upon you by publication, by order of T. ki. Ryan,
judge of tlie county court of the state of Oregon,
for ihe .oounty of Clackamas, dated Feb. 23d,
19S. , 1
The said actio'-: Is brought to obtain a decree
dissolving the bonds of matrimony existing be
tween the plaintiff and the defendant, and for
such other relief as the court may seem eqnlta
ble. And you are hereby notified, that if you fail
to appearand answer the said complaint, as above
required, the said plaintiff will apply to the court
fo: the relief demanded iherin.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Date of first publication, Feb. 27, 1;03.
Date of last publication. May 1, 1903.
Notice Is hereby given that we have filed our
final report as executors of the will of h, D. C.
Latouretle, deceased, with the oounty court of
the State of Oregon for Claokamas county and
that said court has set Monday the 4th day of
May, 1903, at the hour of 10 o'clock a, m., of said
day as the time for hearing said report and ob'
jections thereto If any there be.
A. E. I.ATOURETTE,
D. CLINTON LATOURETTE,
Executors of the Will of
, . L- D, C. Latourette, Deceased.
Dated March 27, 1903.
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for
the county of Clackamas.
William A. Orisell.Plalntiff, vs. William Ratcliff,
In the name of the State of Oregon, yon William
Ratcliff, defendant, are hereby required to appear
and answer the amended complaint of ald plain
tiff filed against you in the above entitled suit, on
or before Tuesday, April 14. M0.1, that being the
day set the trial of this case, following six weeks
publication of this summons, and you will take
notice that il you fail to so appear and answer
said amended comnlalnt, for want thernnf.
i plaintiff' herein wi 1 apvly to said Court for the re
I lief praye I for In said amended complaint, which
is in brief. a follows so wit: For a decree against
, said defenrtaut, decreeing the plaintiff to be the
owner In fee lmple of the following desoribed
premises and the whole thereof, to-wlt.
- - - ...... ui.u "w, iiuii i me fuii
httlf of ?jlfon 27 In Township 8 8outh of Ranire
"nirmcuo .iieimiHM, ueing ana flituated
in rinckftmaa county, Stau of regnn; and de
erwlne thai defendant has no fight title, interest
iir faafii-t In tT r BuM n rim lc.an t. -i 11
of, and for such other and farther reli-f as to this
vniHumj "ccju wjuiuiuiu uu juil ana lor bis
cwt and dtabursamenU.
This nmmonsii served by publication for six
VMki h nrfiPi nf Finn Tknmai v u n
Jndf of riaekamas countv, 8tAt of Oregon.
iKwmK -m rourunry to, wa, aia oraer being
obtained from said Judge because of the absence
fmm thm nnnnfv nt Ann 1 a af..T -i i.. i.. j .
bi. judw7rir.'trictr ol
19(B? Oregon City, Oregon, February ffith.,
BOBEKT A. MILLER.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
VaMa. I. l. .V. ... it.- .. 1 .
eculort of th wll 1 of I. N. Baker, dtceiued have
mea won me oouoiy couri 01 in. stats or Oree n
fnr Plnplrama. .n.nlv tt.At A.l -
w. w.v..u.w men mini icuurt He.
Atlltartt nf tha nrll I nf bdM 1 V I.. 1 . .1 . j
... . ..... " mu .1. U..CI UCVCmil,
and that the said oourt hu ift Monday th. 4th day
ui my, iyi hi Hie nour 01 10 o cloc'k a. m. of
said day as the time fc hearing said report and
objections thereto If any there be.
if i in. Dantn,
HIRAM H. BLAKKENSHIP,
Executors of the Will of
I. N. Baker, Deceased.
Department of the Intebiob,
United States Land Office,
Oregon City, Or., March 21st, 1903.
A sufficient contest affidaTit haring been filed
In this office by A. B. Llndqiilst, contestan I,
against Homestead Entry No. 13141, made Octo
ber 11, 1000, for e4 oIwX, section 17, town
ship 2 outh,range 7 east bvJohnH.llicker,Jr.,co0.
testee, lu which It is alleged lhal contestant
knows the present condition of th same: also tha t
said entry man has nevr resided upon or cult 1
vated or improved ta'd claim In any manner
since making entry or at all, and that said al
leged absence from the said land was not
due to his employment in the Army
Navy or Marino Corps of the (Juited States as
private soldier, officer, seaman or marine daring
the war with Spain, or during any other war in
which the United States mav be engaged!.
Said parties are hereby untitled to appear, re
spond and offer evidence touching said allegation
at 10 o'clock a. m on May 2nd, HiO.'l. before the
Register and Receiver at the United Slate Laud
Oftice in Oregon City. Oregon,.
The bald contestant having, In -a proper aftV
dav tiled Mwh 20th, 1903, set forth facts
which show that afterdue diligence personal ser
vice of this notice can not be made, was ordered
and directed that such notice be given by due an d
Geo. W.Bihee, Receiver.
Notice 1 hereby given that the undersigned
has been duly appointed by the County Court of
the county of Clackamas, tate of Oregon Execute.-
of the last will and testament of Jacob
Crader deceased, and has duly qualified as such
executor All persons having claims against the
said estate must present them to the undersign
ed duly verified, within six months from the date
of this notice.
Executor of the estate of Jacob Crader
G. B. Dimick. Attorney for Executor.
Da'ed this April 6th, 190;).
Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned hat
been appointed executor of the will of William
H. Winkle 9r., deceased. Any and all persona
having claims against the estate of deceased, will
B resent the same, duly verified at the office of
edges & Galloway, Welnhard Building, rejon
City, Oregon, on or before six mouths from tha
first publicaiior of this notice.
PETER WIKKEL. .
Executor of the will of William H. Winkle,
H.dgeb A Giixoway, Attorneys for Executors.
Date of first publication, April, 10th, 1903.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Notice is hereby given that Albert Engle and
Clarence Engle, administrators of the estate of
bamuel Engle, deceased, have filed In the county
court for Clackamas county, Oregon, their final
account and report and that the said court has set
Monday tie 18th day of May, 1:A at 1 50 p. m. of
the said day at the County conrt room in said
county as the time and plsce for hearing the said
final account and report and objections thereto
aud settling the same.
Administrators of theEstate of Samuel I
Hedges GairmH, Attorneys.
The Kind You Have Always BougM, and which has been,
in use for over 30 years, has borne the sigiatnre of.
Jp ' and has hecn made under his per-
jjtfj'jL sonal superidsion since its infancy.
MfV J-UtcAtAt Mimv no one to deceive you in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are hut
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children Experience against Experiment.
hat is CASTORIA
Castor la is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
4nd allays Feverislmess. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep
The CLildren's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
The KM You Have Always Bought
It Use For Over 30 Years.
THE CENTAUR OOMPftNV, tT
SUPPER AND SALE.
The Ladies Aid Society of the Baptist
Church Will Mold Annual Sale
of Useful Articles. Bountiful
The Ladie9' Aid Society of the Baptist
church on this evening will in the Sun
day school room of the church give a
Bipper. It will be a good bountiful
spread and only a pittance of 15 cents
will be charged. Everybody is invited
and bhould go out and help the good
' SALE OF USEFUL ARTICLES.
During; the long winter nights th
ladies of the Aid Society have been work
ing on useful articles, aprons, dusting
caps, collar, handkerchiefs and a thous
and and one other useful things. After
and during the supperthis evening all of
this handiwo'k of the good sisters will
he offered at private sale to any and all
who wish to buy. These articles are
useful and will 13 well worth the money
asked for them. They will not be auc
tioned off but Isold at a regular marked
sale price. All friends of the church
and the good work are invited to come
and inspect this fine line of useful work.
ICECREAM AND CAKE.
Ice cream and ?ftke will be served dur
ing the evening. The proceeds of the
supper and the sale will all be used in
purchasing a new carpet for the churoit.
STRAYED OR STOLEN.
From Molalla, Or., March 28th, 1903,
one dark bay horse, about 8 years old ;
shod all around, weight about 1050
pounds; branded ith " iV" on right r.r
left shoulder; foretop clipped; heavy
mane and tail.
One dark sorrel Clydesdale colt 2 years
olds; blazeiljt'aced ; heavy mane and
tail , mane parts in the middle; weight
about 1000 pounds; had on halter.
A liberal reward will be paid for the
return of the above horst'B, or for infor
mation leading to their recovery.
F. C. Perry,
Rev. Nowhall, of Colfax, Washing
ton, has opened a sewing machine depot
on Main street opposite Huntleys',
J. F. '
208 Front St., Bet. Taylor and Salmon, Portland, Ore.
Mllburn Wagon Co.'s Sarvin Patent Wheel, Steel and Cast
Skein Farm Wagons, Spring Wagons, Delivery Wagons,
Hacks, Buggies and Carriages,
Columbus Buggy Co.'s Buggies, Phaetons, Stanhopes and Car
riages. Hodges, Deering and Buckeye Binders, Reapers, Mower?, Ted-
ders, Rakes and Sickle Grinders.
Champion Steam and Horse Power Baling Presses.
Eclipse Full Grcle Hay Presses.
Superior Grain Seeders, Hoe, Shoe and Disc Drills.
Aermotor and Butler Steel Wind Mills.
Buckeye Iron Pumps, Wood Pumps, Wood and Steel Tanks,
Pipe and Fittings.
Hero and Mt. Hood Grain Separators with Sackers,
Aspinwall Potato and Onion Planters.
New Oxford Cream Separators.'
King's Roller Bearing Hinged Barn Door Hangers,
Canton Clipper and Syracuse Steel and Chilled Plows, Harrows
Hay Toole, Wheel Barrows,
Twine, Machine Oil, Monarch Ax:e Grease, Ltc.
MUIMAV STREET, NEW VORK CITY.
We have started over three thousand ;
boys in various parts of the country
in a profitable business on their own
account. We want a boy to represent
In every town. The work can be done
after school hours and on Saturdays. It if
pleasant, as well as profitable. The maga
zines are told among neighbors and friends
in offices, stores, as well as in homes.
No Money Required (o Bef in
The first week's supply is sent free. Thess
are sold at five cents a copy and provide
the money to order the following week at
$225 0(1 IK EXTRA CASH PRIZES
wno sen nvs or mors copies.
Our Frkb booklet gives portraits of
some oi our most successful boy
agents ana meir metnoas.
The Curtis Publishing Co.
w e Area street
Good for Rheumatism.
Last fall I was taken with a very se
vere attack of muscular rheumatism
which cansed me great pain and annoy
ance. After trying Beveral prescriptions
aud rheumatic cures, I decided to use
Chamberlain's Pain Balm, which I had
seen advertised in the Scuth Jerseyman.
After two applications of this Remedy I
was much better, and alter using one
bottle, was completely cured Sallie
Harris, Salem, N. J. For sale by G. A.
Su'iecribe for the Courier.
N Jtf IE IL I.
Retail Dealer in
Bile Ties, Barb Wire, Binder
LOCAIi NEWS ITEMS f
John Gleason will shortly begin the
erection of a tenement house on Four
teenth street, near Main.
Any bachelor in want of a wife should
address "Secretary, Old Maids Union,
Gardner's Station, Pa."
Mr. Griderand Bert Strickland are
engaged this week in fretting 400,000 feet
of sawlogs for the Jones' mill.
TheW.P.&P. Co. is adding to the
southern end of its sawmill with the
object of installing two more circular
The Planet saloon is having its inter
ior embellished with a new coat of paint
and several celebrated life size paintings
are being hung on the wall.
O. Wt Kelly, who has been suffering
from a severe attack of sciatica, is now
almost recovered and is again mingling
with old friends on our Btreets.
Melliens' self propelling woodsaw ar
rived in Oregon City Friday morning
from Portland. The steam saw gets
along without 'be use of horses and thus
saves tin! cot oi ft eding them.
Tiike Vanderhoo's Family Remedies
for your complnints. Especially pre
pared lor women's use. for sale by
Mrs. , Christina Blolim Ely, Oregon.
Mail orders receive prompt attention.
The dance given by the Artifans or
chestra in Woodmen's hall Thursday
evening drew a large crowd and the par
ticipates n joyed themselves greatly.
The merrymaking continued until after
Miss Lottie Mathieson and Percy Mor
ton were married liv countv lui'ge Ryan
at the clerk's office in Oregon City,
Saturday morning, April 11. After the
wedding they partook of the weddin g
dinner at the Bum 8 nick hotel.
The warehouse to be erected on the
corner of Tenth and Main by tbe elec
tric railway people will have a length of
124 feet, a frontage on Main of 66 feet,
and be 12 feet high at the Bides. Tbe
walls and roof will consist of corrugated
The streets of Oregon City were pret
ty well filled with Portland
visitors Sunday, notwithstand
ing the fact that the air was rather raw
and disagreeable. Nearly all the cars
in the afternoon carried trailers which
A small band of gypsies struck the
town Monday morning and uroposed to
earn a few shekels by telling fortunes,
but quickly abandoned their Intention
upon learning that they would have to
pay a dally license of $3 each before they
would be allowed to ply their calling.
Marr Falch has filed suit for divorce
against her husband, Martin Falch. She
al ees cruel and inhuman treatment
and habitual gross drunkenness. Thev
were married in Portland in Portland in
April, 1900. She desires to be allowed
to resume her Maiden name that of
of Mary Strasel.
Tbe Oregon City Lodge No. 1131, of
the United Brotherhood ol Carpenters
and Joiners, has withdrawn from the
Federal Union of this city owing to a
. , , . i. .
uiuTencs oi opinion existing ueiween
them snd some of the other unions re
garding the recent Brownell episode,
whereby political differences and griev
ances werejpretty well sired.
An attempt was made Thursday night
of last week to burglarise the residence
of Mrs. Davenport, near Gladstone, but
tbe burglars were frigStenei off before
tbey secured any booty. Tbey cut tbe
screen off a side door and then proceed
ed to bore through a panel. The occu
pants of the house knew nothing of the
attempted bnrglary nntil they saw the
damaged door next morning.
Plans have been drawn for the new
ma"8 for the Presbyterian church. The
building will be modern in all respects
and will cost In the neighborhod of
$1500. It will occupy a site in the same
enclosure with the nrecbyterian church,
on Jefferson street, between Seventh
and Eighth. There are ample funds on
hand to complete the building which
will be colonial in its architecture.
The hail storm of last Friday was per
haps the heaviest that has visited this
sect on in a number of years. Hail fell
gimosc inrcg-anlly for more than two
hour", si:d part of the time camejdown
M great quantities. In places the ice
drifted sevtirnl inches deep and remained
cn the groum' a 1 ol Friday night. It is
feared that fruit was somewhat dam
aged as a great deal of it was in bloom.
J. C. Fry, of near A'irora, Oegon.but
on this side of 1 lie Clackamas county
line has adverting) nil ol his ) roperty
f r sale and will dispose of all of his per
sonul effects on the 2nd , day of May
which falh on 'aiunlay. Mr. Fry will
m ive fio n tuis cm ty to The Dalles and
we ther-iiy will lo;e a good citizen and
The Dalles will gain one Mr. Fry Is a
resident of Oregon for well ou to forty
years and loves the Webfot sta'e and
exp els to live and die in 'his state.
Last Saturday night the Minnehaha
tribe of Red Men came up from Port
land forty strong to visit the Wacheno
Tribe, A special car brought the Port
land boys down and took them home,
home. The chief's deg ee was conferred
and short talks made by several of the
visitors and others present, after hich
the jolly redskins gathered round the
festal board, upon which stacks of corn
and venison were piled and each did am
ple duty to the feast. It was near mid
night when tbe meeting broke up and
all went to their homes in a good humor.
The Wacheno Tribe has 120 members
and la in a flourishing condition.
Thomas Howell, of Oregon City, who
has been collecting the flowers of this
coast for ruanv years and probably
knows more about the flora of tbis
Northwest than any other man and who
has been at work for some time publish
ing an exhaustive work on the flora, has
been appointed field collector and cura
tor of tbe herbarium of the University
of Oregon for the coming year. He do
nates his herbarium to the University,
containing specimens from Oregon,
Washington, Idaho and Alaska to tbe
the nun, b r of ten thousand and more.
Many of these are new species and are
the specir.ens from which the original
descriptions are taken. Hardwood cases
sre being made by D.iy & Henderson to
receive 'hese and the oilier siiecimens
of the University herbarium. Eugene
Meldrum McCown waj in Oregon City
Mrs. Tom MiiW was visiting a sick
relative at Barlow last Saturday.
Mrs. O. N. Toole, of Eugene, ha
moved with his family to Oregon City. I
Miss Grace Robinson, of Clackamu?,
spent Saturday in Oregon City itb.
We make a specialty of printing wed
ding invitations. Our prices are reas
onable. Mr. and Mrs. Louis HepQeld, of Port
land, were visiting friends Jn Oregon
City on last Tuesday.
Chickens sell atlOcentsa pound, live
weight, feathers aud all. Early spring
lambs $2 to $2.60. :
For all around job printing the Court
ier is tbe place to go if you want good
work and prompt service. t ,
U. S." Mail Agent Herman, cousin of
Binger Herman, was in ;he city Sunday.
He is now on the Northern Pacific.
Mr. Charles Parker the mill man left
on Monday for Curriuv.lle on a ten day's
fishing trip- He went out on his wheel.
Raymond Milln returned home from
Salem, where he is attending school, to
spend Easter Sunday with his patents.
W. T. Hankins, who is working in
the Bohemia mines at Star, Or., has -been
visiting h s parents in this city
during the past week. Mr. Hankins,.
says there will ba lot9 of work and lots
of money spent in tb it part of the coun
try during the coming summer.
Ella Wheeler Wilcox, the noted poet
ees and authoiess, was in Oregon City
Sunday afternoon, and while h--re was
the guest of Mrs. Eva Emery Pye, the
celebrated auihnressof ' The Conquest," '
with whom she bad lunch. Mrs, Wil
cox (ins been spend ng a few days
in Porlhind with tier husband.
The salmon fisning season opened
Wednesday. Fisherman cam now ply -their
calling without fear of being called
to task by the ever vigilant water bail
iff. Poachers have been catching sal
mon during the closed season. Now all
can fish without fear of molestation, and -
we will all eat salmon that are fresh ami
Bailey Hill was very seriously injured
last Friday at the woolen mills. Ha
was playing with other hoys and felt
from a chute striking on his head sus
taining a broken leg and a deep contu
sion in the lace, ins nose being split open. .
He was taken to bis home on bourth
and Center Btreets and his condition is
Mrs. 0. M. Hiner, formerly Mrs.
Mollie J. Brown, of Oregon City, now ft
resident of Beattle, has been visiting
her daughter, Mrs. W. F. McGianis dur
ing the last week. Mrs. Hiner was
called to the bedside of her daughter,
who was quite ill, but has so far recov
ered that Mrs. Hiner feels that she can
safely return to her home.
Tuesday afrernoon, Lewis Farr and
his chum, Mr. Silvey , went to W'llson
ville in a rowboat to begin their snra
mer's onting, that of crawfishing for the
Portland market- when tbey catch mora
than tbey can eat themselves, Tbey
will operate principally in tbe Tualatin
and Yamhill rivers. Tbe "walking boas"
and other fresh eatables they need they
will obtain from tbe farmers. Tbe craw
fish will give them plenty of leisure
while crawling Into tbe nets and site,
gether the two bold fishermen will live
Arrangements are being made for a
regular old-time Missouri camp meeting
revival at Armory hall, in Oregon City,
beginning Tuesday evening of next week.
Rev. Glassco and wife, the colored evan
gelists of Grand Avenue, Portland, are
to be here on the occasion and will be
accompanied by a regular troupe of sinn
ers ana exhorters from the metropolis.
LandlordMontgomery,of a local boarding
house, who Is s Southerner by birth, has
been quite taken by the manner la
which these evangelists do their work,
and so has made arrangements whereby
Oregon City pople will be favored wil h.
their presence." "I tell you, there
miiBt be some religious fire when 15 to
20 conversions are made at oneafternoou
meeting by these colored people," tio
said today, "and although there is con
siderable expense at endant upon their
coming here, we have been assured of
hearty co-operation on the part of our
citizens. I look for a numb t pt canycr
sionB here before the revival comes to a
WHAT THIS MAN SAY.'.
Only Rc-3clnei tl:e Sontloiants uf Thous
ands in Our Republic.
The Oregon C'ty reader is a ksd to
thoroughly investigate the folbwing:
This can readily he done, for the gen
tleman whose statement is puolithod
below will only be toopleased to answur
any communications mailed to htm if
the writer really snU'-rs from the annoy
ing consequence which always attend
inactive or weakened kidneys,
J. Jenkins, of 315 East Sixth St , Port
land, now retired from active life, saya:
"I think very highly of Doan's Kidney
Pills. I used them for an attack of acute
backache which had annoyed me for
som little time. Three days after I be
gan their use I knew they had gone to
the cause of the dull dragging pains
across the small of my back and relief
came sooner than I expected. I be
lieve the cure is permanent for I have
not felt any symptoms of a recurrence.
Other members ofvwy family have also
used Doan's Kidney Pills with equally
I lenty more proof like this from Ore
gon City people. Call at 0. G. Hunt
ley's drug store and ask what , his cus
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milbnrn Co., Buffalo, N.
Y., sole agents for the United States.
Remember the name Doan's and
take no substitute.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
C 1 1 ') t I IHlllOllI ! ) 1)1 t n 1
r,tl ')'! I ' !" li" ,J ' 1,1
ains. Cares Cuts hals Birnt and
Bruises, subdues Infl vnmtion, mas
ters I'i'es. Million! of li mes sold year
ly. Works wonders in Boils, Uicnra,
Felons, Skin hrupiions. It cures or n
pay. 25c at Geo. A. llirding's dru