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OREGON CITY COURIER, FRIDAY, JUNE, 19, '1903,
Social progress has done away with
great many forms of punishment once
administered under the laws of enlight
ened people. But nature never changes
or modifies her penalties, She still' has
"tne same punisu-
nient for the man
who neglects or
abuses his stomach
s she had in the
far off days "when
Adam delved and
', The physical dis
comfort, ' dullness,
ness and sleepless-
' ness which are
visited upon the
man who eats care
lessly or irregularly
have been from the
; beginning the evi
dences of disease of.
the stomach and its
digestion ana nu-
immvuih " irmou.
' Dr. Pierce's Gold
en Medical Discovery cures the diseased
6tomach and enables the perfect digestion
and assimilation of food, so that the
sluggishness, irritability, nervousnessand
sleeplessness which result from innutri
tion are cured also.
I was taken sick nin years ago with fever."
' writes Mr. M. M. WardwelL of I.iiiwood, Leaven
worth Co., Kansas. "Had the doctor and he
broke up the fever all right, but I took diar
rhoea right away ; he couldn't cure it and it
became chronic, and then he gave up the case.
I got so weak with it and had piles so badly I
couldn't lie down, nor hardly sit up. Was
that way two or three months ; thought I would
' never be well again,' but picked up one of Dr.
Pierce's Memorandum Books rcne day and saw
your description of catarrh of tTte stomach. I
thought it hit mv rnse. We had a bottle of Dr.
Pierce's C.oldsn Medical Discovery in the house,
that was got for mother. You recommend it for -
catarrh of the stomach,' so I went to taking it. '
vbe one bottle nearly cured me. I got two bot
tles next time and took one and one-half and
was well. I haven't been bothered with diar
Pr. Pierce's Pellets cure biliousness.
Our prosperous little burg is fairly
Mr. Armstrong is re-modeling his
house and also putting m a hay fork.
ueo &.es8einng is aiso putting in a
new nay lorg. et tne good work go
rnu scneer was laid up witn a sore
lei last week, but we are g'ad ti say
that he is at) le to be up and around
There will be a gi and picnic at Smith's
grove Saturday, J una 20th. All kinds
of spot U are to be indulged in; -alBos
dance at the Maccabee hall in the even
Rev. Kraxberger will preach in the
German Lutheran church next Sun
day. AH are invited to attend. . .
One of the most enjoyable eients of
the day, was the dance at the residence
of Fred Yohau last Saturday night. A
large crowd was present, A good time
was enjoyed by all. -
Mr. Luebben gave a ' birthday' party
""'Sard Stalnecker was tip from Canby
Saturday and took bis best girl to the
dance, ' '. ' '
M. 'isorkhOlder is banding ' a new
house for Will (iortler.
, , , i ', Jonah,
Hot Weather Weakness.
If von foe 1 fagge out, listless and1 lacking in
energy, you are perhaps suffering from the deblli
tatiuir effects of summer weather. Tnese symP'
toms indicate that a tonic Is needed that will
create a healthv auneUus. mie digestion perfect,
regulate the bowels and impart natural activity
to liver. Tins Uetbine will ao: it Is s. . tonic,
laxative and restorative. H. J. Kreegaid, Propr.
Grand View Hotel. Cheney, Kan., writes: .'I ave
used Htrbine lor i!v last 12 years, and nothing
on earth can beat it. ' It was recommended to me
by Dr. Newum, Iewtou, Kau." 50o at Cliarman
' & Co.
Since nothing has found its way to
the colum ns of vour paper, from Sandy
f jr a long time I win lako up tne pen
and let you know that we are still alive
'. wuea-wake and properuig aa ever.)
TJhe farmers of this section are enjoy
ing a much needed rain,
Idleraan, who had the misfortune of
having his team runaway in Portland
'lew weeks ago and was hurt q lite
s badly out boi seriously, ,1s improving
i and will baabla to leava the .hospital
' soon. . . r. ::. r : . . --.
" An entertainment, ice cream and
; strawberry social will be given by .he
Sandy . school ; Saturday June 20,- In
1 Meinigs hall. S , ,: '; j ' '
The proceeds from the social go, to
ward purchasing a flag and buying a
' library. o . '
f A efand celebration will be given1' in
Meinigs' park on-the 4th by. the fleas
ant Home band, and the evening danc
ing will bet enjoyed In both halls, t
v. An. entertainment and ..basket, social
was given ;at Bull Run, last' Saturday
night. The proceeds including some
, contributions, netted $75, which ia to .be
used in purchasing seats for the Jsull
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'": I have for sale one 6x8 Russell traction
engine; one 24 42 J: I. Case seperator
run two reasons and good as new; one
chop mill and one Ko. ,17. Boss -ensilage
cutter. All of the above machinery in
good running order. For information
write to )roalloa VT.. K.. MpfPOWKB;
Ston, Orvgsn.'-- '' ,.
... Chamberlain's Stomach.,: and Liver
Tablets are just what yon need when
you have no appetite, feel dull after eat
ing and w ke n p with a bad taste in your
month." Tht.y wilr improve yonr ap
petite, tleanfe ,.and invigorate your
etomacu and give vou a relih for your
ttol. , o astaobit. A. .lJia
Happy Time In Old Tcwn.
"Wa felt very hanpj," writes R.B, Bevlll, Old
Town, Vs., "when Bucklen's Arnlea 8als wholly
cured our daughter of a bad esse of scald head."
It (lel.glHs all who nee it for Cuts, Corns, Burns,
B-olajs. Bolls, Ulcers, Ernptions. Infallible for
1M-S. Ouly25ceuts at G. A. Hurding's drag
th most healing salve in the world,
Harry J. Bates, who has been visiting
his mother, Mrs. Heudershot left on the
Wednesday's overland far his home in
California. ' " ' - -
Mies Eliza Mulvany was visiting Mn.
Hendershot Monday. ;
Mr. and Mre. Mollatt were in Oregon
City Wednesday, .
The sale atChas. Hoi man's was well
attended and everything sold well.
Mr. and Mrs.Bolman accompanied bv
their daughter, Alice, weie at the farm
for a few days last week. '
Mies Lentz finished her school last
Friday and left -for home Sunday to the
regret of every one. '' ' . .
The rain which fell last night did a
world of kood as the ground was getting
quite dry but crops in general look well
except the clover which will not be very
The Road Supervisor J. Mallatt was
in Mtadowbrook a few davsaai.
D. LoonfeV has moved his family to
his place, which lie bought; near Needy
Hope they will have better health in
Mrs. Garrett and three of her children
was on the sick list this week,
Little Willard Arquett who was very
sick from eating wild strawberries is all
Mrs Lizzie Birchet and eon. Ralph, of
Brownsville are spending a few weeks
visiting relatives in lower CqUou,
Miss Stella Hubbard, of Portland, is
visiting friends here.'- - . ..
Quite a number of Coitonties went to
the four coiners labt Sunday to witness
the contest between . the Molalla and
Colton baieba! teams. They will play
Mr. and Mrs. Gorbett Visited at' the
Hammet residence. .' '.
Qeo, Gardner and Chester Chase, of
Oregon City, have moved onto their
farm to .do some clearing and erect their
mansion, judging from the a.uount of
of smoke rising in this vicinity they
murt be progressing nicely.
P. E. Bonney and the Hargravea Bros
are running ties on Milk Creek this
The annual Echool meeting of this dis
trict paiBtd off very quittly re
sulting in the election f Mr. U'Rea,
father of W. S. U'ren, as director for
three years and . J. Maple re-electtd
clerk. The direct ir !were intt ut t 'd to
maka an annual levy, not to exceed
Vt mills to bt usd exclusively to pay
tne interest on the bonds (a little over
$5000) and create a siakitig fund to pay
the bonds whan they become due; The
board of directors whs also directed to
maka a vifomus pro'est againt the Cat
ting off a p'e eof tha district to ba at
tached to the Holcouib district solely be
cause the taxes were higher In this dis
trict than in the othei. ' ' " '
Elijah Holt, of Brooks, was visiting
lijs motber and brother, of this place,
Sunday. ' ;-
W. 0. Brown, who lives near Linton,'
was vUiting his parents Monday wilL
Mrs. Daieie Johason, of Portland, was
the guest of her mother, Mis. Mac Riv
We are Boirv to annotftce that M a.
French is quae Ion wiiu consumptiun
aad heart trouble. ,t . . ......
Capt. W. H. Smith is somewhat crip
pled with a bad knee.
The recent rains have' brought hay
making to a etand still. '
RoJ-eit ud Grover Clements of O .k
Grove caine up Sunday.
Mr.Obrook, of Portland, is visiting ut
the Uurgoyne farm thin week. ,
Mr. Pennuian bas a new crgara eeper
ator. Gel.' Randall baa anew piano at bis
Mi. MuArthur attendel the Kebprc's
reception ut Oregon City batuiUay
night. . . , , i
Miss Huttie Spnlak, of Portland,1 is
visiting her mother of this place .
Wm. Slyter was euddenly taken ill
Monday night, but is much better at
this writing; '" ;' " 1 ' ' ''
Chas. Bradtb bad bis bicycle stolen
Sunday night. ' '
Mr. Manners leaves 'for the Sunny
Wm. Tomson started op his new saw
mill Saturday to see how the machiueiy
would ran. " '
Geo. Rider and family, of Hog Hollow
vi-ited hii eiater, Mrs, Grant Cntooer
The youns folks took Robert Brown by
surprise Saturday night. -All reported
a good time, ,-.
' Ora Slyter, of Battle Ground,,! Wash
ington was severely hurt by a car of R,
R. ties rolling off on him a short time
ago. We are pleased to learn that be is
rapidly recovering and will soon be able
to resume hi work again. -w ::,
I tirl Wini fcVfioo ick? Battle
Ground, Washington, to work on, the
railroad. ' . , -
Mr. and Sfrs. Schiner, of Chehalis,
Washington is visiting the later 's par
ents.Mr. and Mrs, fctaober of this jiluce.
Gene Brown and 'Wili-Oristeter are
racing piling and ! taking them from
Sewbury to Portland.
" David Fancher and sister of Mt Pleat
ant were seen driving on . our street
Sunday, ' , 1
The W.O. T. Jj! met 'at Mrs. Penn
maD'allt Wednesday. - ; ,,.:
. Mrs. Hougbam is building new barn
on her farm south of this pla:e.
The spiritualist camp meeting will
commence on Jnly 4ib.t
Its strange how some folks feel slight
ed when their name do not appear 'hair
pulls" because their names do appear in
- G. Brown was doing business at
ilBonville Monday. ;
At tl e school meeting Monday night
Mr. HoOman was elected director, and
i Broffn clerk
Will Dedicate Methodist Church.
The newly remodi-lrd Methodist church
w.ll be dedicated nest Sunday. Bishop
Earl Uranst in will preach the dedica
tory sermon. There will be an Epworth
League meeting in the evening followed
by a sermon by Kev J. - R. T
Latlirop, Grace church of Portland. The
Methodist have been holding their . ser
vices in the voodinen hall while their
edifice was being reconstructed,, and it
nas betm nearly nine months since tbey
have held services in it. Oregon City
was the fir.it stopping place of the early
missionaries ef the Methodist church
as they came tu the: coast. The old
church building, situated in the rear of
the new church building, was erected in
1845 and was the first protes aut church
built in the Weet This building was
used uutu 189J wh n a new church was
built. . .
Have Your S ten The Seaserpent?
Wa'ch for the unique and catchy
pamphlet just issued by the General
Paaeenger liepartment of the Astoria
and Columbia River Railroad Co., which
tells a little summer tale about the
Summer Girls, Seaserpent and Sunsets
at Seaside. The etnry is short but, well
told and handstimely illustrated. Place
youi urder eaily and aviid the July run.
Copies mailed tree upon application to
J C. Mayo, GF. & P. A.,Astoria, Ore
Fnergy all gone! Hcadtcher Btomaoh out of
order? 81 m ply a case of torpid liver. Burdock
Blond ditteis will maka a new tnau or women of
ta .. iitii.,
t1 i. ' ' '
, Lock Lever, Self Dump
and Hand Dump. '
' , - .,. '.
Easy to operate. Strong and
durable. ' ; " 1 ' '
Many desirable improve
ments for 1903.
On Lock Lever, may be
locked down or not for gather
ing, as desired.
Teeth can be set any desired
heijht, but return instant.
Many other convenient fea
ture!. Send for special circular.
BUGGIES WAGONS IMPLEMENTS BICYCLES
Crested jsJ Vv' I
. . ' n::rr, PORTLAND
rm -Xt " , I ''...' .. IT-L-
Champion Draw Cut Mower
Champion in'the field for loo3' same
as in other seasons.', ', , .
, It draws the bar No push,
. The most powerful cutter. ,. ;
Easiest to 0perate.1i , j,
, , Most Durable. .,,, ... . . ' '
Choose the Champion an3 get satis
faction. . , ' 1
. ting needle,
' is invited." !
Mitcbell Wagon keit In &toc.i( and sold at
' .i .'.'; I . " . " ) , . ' ' ' '
TairdOltgb Bros. & Co., Warn
t.t.- I ssvaitm RvATSlrt Ollinilie Tablets- JS
Seven MUEon boxes sold in post 12
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Miss Sarah Brobst went to Forest
Gruve to attend the commencement ex
ercises at Pacific University the past
week. . '
Sunshine Lodge, No. 97, D. of H.,gave
another one of their, delightful, socials
Tuesday evening. Dancing was indulged
in and strawberries were served. A
most enjoyable time was had by those
A numierof new barns are going up In
the vicinity. Mr. Ridder had a barn
raising Tuesday morning, as also did
Mr. Clutter. James WilBon expects to
raise a barn in the near future.
Melville Templeman has returned to
Hood View to reside baviDg disposed
of his interests in a hop yard near Mc
Minnvillj. ' . '
Mrs. Murray and George Murray wen t
to Ellwood one i ay Ust week to visit
Miss Helen Murray who is teaching
school at that piace.
The rain the past few days has done a
great deal of good to the growing crop,
although some bay has been consider
The ice cream social given by the
Young People's Christian Endeavor of
Hood View was a decided success and a
good t me was had by those preient.
The school board of Hood View ichool
has purchased a new hell which will be
put in place in the star future.
Herman Krause made a business trip
to Oregon City ou Monday.
"BEE LINE" BUGGIES
known all ove rthis country as the straight
est niece of goods put out In the buggy
line. Made especially for Oregon roads,
New features added, making It better for
than ever before. A comfortable,
durable buggy. Try it. Prove it.
" CHAMPION BINDER ;
There is io binder ahead of the
Champion for strength and dur
ability in usual conditions and
increased capacity in ' difficult
conditions of grain., . . . , ,7,
Force Feed Elevator. ' ' "
Eccentric Power giving wheel, giving
increase In power of 16 over com
mon wheel. ' ' '
Other practical Improvements. 1 Ilius1
troted in Catalog. Mailed free. ;'
n 11, mini mil iji nmiiiiiwyMaauffs'wss.iis isi
And .you Will soon" need NE' HARVESTING
MACHINERY. jairclough:Brds.;pompariy are '
f, headquarters; Jp?'aJ thjj l,ajtest irop.rbyd : harvesting -machinery
and guarantee their, gdo'ds to. give satis-r
faction.' A full line of hardware, tinware and almost
. anything from a threshing machine down to a'tnite -
is always kept on hand. - Your
To Cure a Cold in One Day
1 nis sisaaiure, m
Bert Hart ti"k a trip to Canby last
week visiting relatives.
Mrs. Louisa Geuler and aladyfrieid
of Portland aie v siting at her father, J.
J Ba gfeld.
Mrs. Nellie Collins has returned to
, Mi and Mrs). Frank Mattoon bava
returned from Easttrn Oregon to live on
their placa.. , j
The elsction in schwl district No. 75,
resulted in the reelection of Aug Hubert
director and William Stone IS clerk. ..'
Misi Maude Stoue i etying at aTrs.
Hiciobolham's until Miss A. T. Hicin
bothem returns from his school.
' Lout, j 5 " s
On the streets of Oregon City on last
Salmday evening, a gold pin with a
small diamond setting Also fleur de lis
and girls bead ormtment. ; Finder notif y
494 Ea-t VVaslnnntoii street Portland
and receive liberal reward. Pin particu
lury valuable to the owner.
My little son had an attack of whoiptos oough
and was threatened wilU pneumonin; but ior
Chamee.lain's Oough Kemedy we would have
hadaiwioustimeofit. ItslsOJiwed him Irom
several severe ufackt) ot oroup. H. J,Strickfaden,
editor World -H raid, l:uir Uaveu, A ash. J? or
tale by ti A. Harduig.
Foley9 s Honey and Tar
cures soldi, pr$vents pneumonia.
Lead all in the 4 Essential Features:
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Easy to Clean,
Cannot beat this combination In any
Seisrstor. Write for our proposition.
MONARCN OF THE ROAO
The best: possible wacon thai
can ,be built . The materials are
well seasoned having been bought
c v years hhead ftf requirements
This alone menns investmt iit of a
furturC in wngorv stock.
ExDert labor used in the construction.
Their 'splendid reputation all over the
country the Northwest in particular-
demonstrates the tact that '
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Portland Price '
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Stmt - Oregon
b Two Days.
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The Cause of Many '
There is a disease prevailing: in tii
country most dangerous because so decep-
deaths are caused
by it heart., dis
heart failure or
trpopiexy are oiten
the result of kid
ney disease. E
kidney trouble is
blood will at
tack the vital organs, causing catarrh of
the bladder, or the kidneys themselves
break down and waste away cell by cell.
Bladder troubles almost always result
from a derangement of the kidneys and
a cure is obtained quickest by a proper
treatment of the kidneys. If you tire feel
ing badly you can make no mistake by
taking Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the
great kidney, liver and bladder remedy.
It corrects inability to hold urine and
scalding pain in passing it, and over
comes that unpleasant necessity of being
compelled to go often through the day.
and to get up many times during the
night. The mild and the extraordinary
effect of Swamp-Root is soon realized.
It stands the highest for its wonderful
cures of the most distressing cases.
, Swamp-Root is pleasant to take and it
sold by all druggists in fifty-cent and
one-dollar size bottles , You may have a
sample bottle of this wonderful new dis
covery and a book that tells all about it,
both sent free by mail. Address, Dr. Kil
mer & Co.,' Binghamton, N; Y.- When
writing mention reading this generous
offer in this paper.- Don't make any
mistake, but remember the name, Swamp
Root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the
address; Binghamton," N. Y., on every
The citizens of Canby have awakened,
craped off the moss and are going to
celebrate July 4th In grand style. Music
nauies. : ball liame excellent grounds
good oratory, and last but not ' least a
11 and ball at night that will surpass any
thing that has been held at Canby lur
The business men have responded
most generally with sinews of war and
although we are getting at It rp.thr
late, we can by extra exertions htv
a better ceieriration at Dome than many
of our Bister towns.
See the large bills and posters fur the
L. Qrssiea is erecting some building!
ou his lots near the Chrittian church.
Tho Candy base ball club went 10
Hubbard Sunday and met defeat at the
hands of Woodburn Needy Hubbard
aggregation. Tbia was the first game
oil lie season and the way the Canby
boys were "done" wasn't slow. The
score "as 12 to 4 in favor of Hubbard.
The school election was held - in the
various school districts in and near
Canby Monday night. The following
is a list of school orlicnrs (or Canby and
vicinity. Canby ichonl : H. 0. 1 Gill
more, Herman Lee, Wiu. Vorpahl, Wm.
.Knight, clerk. Kiverside : l. Clauson,
Mr. KeiiKnlght, J. Eckerson, A; Vin
yard, ..clerk.. Mundorf: C. Lucke, F.
VI. Barmore, John Bunke, Geo Koeh
ler, clerk. ,;,;s
G. Williams who l'ved rear Canby
was found deau in bed Baturday after
noon. The coroner's verdict was death
from heart trouble, The interment waa
In Dauby cemetery Sunday."' ;
Mrs; Linneberg died Tuesday after
noon. The luntrul will t..ke place Thurs
day. The remains of Tillie Will were buried
at the cemetery last baturday . The
funeral serrices were conducted by Itev.
Mcl'hersou of Canby. Al any friends of
the deceased attended and, many floral
offerings were placed on the grave. ,
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We have had a touch of lahtem
Aeaiher hra few days pant, aa so much
thunder and lightening in quite unoaiial
for Oregon, but the min that followed
waa a (crcat benefit, to the crope. '
Tom Davie Jr.- lately purchased (he
Kirk lirob' shingle mill, near Olarkos,
and aflur ninniiiK only one day bad the
mitriortuue to loose ttie entire plant by
llrt;-- ! ! 1.' ,.' .
Geo. Ware aa sold hie farraito a ma
hm nBine in not kft6wn .";'
" The hop Riven at the OranRe halt oa
Saturday evening by the bill team ol
this place, waa, a tuccee. ,',
James blinlly and family are talkiug of
moving to Oregon City.- , . .., ,
A. Moslef a the guest of Mr.'Bhort
liege and iamily for several days.
The Maple Lane - boys groaned bats
with tie tarus nine. .011. Sunday after
noon and the (core stodd 13 to 15 ia f ivor
;, A ;verv. enjoyable, surprise party was.
tendered Mr,. Uibhs,, at her hqiue on.,
last riunday, by a giodly humber of ;
frl nds and relatives attended. 'A' nice
lunch r as served tn about 23 persons
who withsd their, botuse many : happy
returns, of Lt-r birthday . ,
,' Pansy Btoasott.
, We wcfuld like to wk, through tbe
columns of your paper, If there is any
iierson who has used Green's "August
Flower for the cars of indigestion, Dy.
tiepsia and Liver. Troubles that has not
been enred and we also menp Uieir re.
suits, such as sour stomach, ferment'
tlon ol food, habitual oostiveness, ner
vous dyspepsia,-.headaches, despondent
feelings, ,sleeplessness-in fact,- any
trouble connected with the stom ichor
liverTThis medicine hastieen sold for
many yean in all civilized countries.and
we wish to correspond aiih you and
send you one of our books free of cost.
If you never tried August Flower, try a
26 cent bottle firs.'. We have nev r
know of Its failing. If so, something
more erious is the matter with you.
The ?5 cent si. a ha" just bei-n intro
duced this year. , lingular size 75 cents.
At all druggist.
G. G.Giisen, WcoJbury, N. J.
For sate by Charman & Co., Druggists,
Oregon City, Ore.
GIRu WASTKHj-Good rcFpectsi.Ja
girl t'j do housework. Enquire t John
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