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OREGON CITY- COURIER, ; FRIDAY, JUNE jv 1903.
WE WISH TO IMPRESSlHiSFAcjUPON YOU
' We have cast our fortunes with the people of Oregort City and Clackamas county; our interests are
common with yours. What we are doing during this Great Realization Sale is for the purpose of gettirig ac
quainted with you and to give you GOOD, HONEST . MERCHANDISE from the best and most reliable '
makers for less money than you ever paid before or ever will have a chance to tuy again. It don't matter how
many clothes you have.we offer you a safe investment; its like putting money in the bank our prices appeal to
every pocketbook. We guarantee every article we sell and pay your money back with pleasure if you are not
satisfied. If you haven't visited this sale avail yourself of.the opportunity ,
The Goods Must Go, You Have 13 Days Left
Of this Great Bargain Feast. Any article left in our.stock of Clothing, hoes, Hats, Caps, Pants, Men's Fur
nishings, Suit. Cases, Valises, and everything else in Men's Wear at LeSS thitll 50c 00 the Dollar compared
to" Portland Prices. Our store will then be closed and Remodeled' for our New Department store, for a popular
and suitable name for which . , ,
We Offer a Prize of $20 in Gold ,
We want this to be your store, everybody'sstbre, therefore invite you to select a name for it. Submit
names in writing with your postoffice, address.
M. Hamerslough, Mgr.
uPdd f ellou
Official Vote of Clackamas County. '.
. . , .'. ijitix t ' ' ' ',J '
The Llgbest Vote Polled In riany Years Reames, .Plurality Two Hundred
, and Thirty Four. ,; ; !
The Qrand Total is Only Twenty Six Hundred and Sixty Four.
Tha Winne.s In The Courier Profit Sharing Contest.
The total vote polled in Olackanas couuty on Monday, June let., for Congress
was ouly 2,508. ', It is the lightest votd that has been cast in tho county for many
yearB. ' The rote has been counted and certified to by the County Election Com
mission and certified to the Courier by County Co irt Clerk . Sleight.
by precincts was us loilows:
Barlow . .
UUcikamas. , . ..
; berry vilie ...
Eagle Creek. ..
, lieorge .......
tlighluiid . . . ..
Oregon Ciiy, 1.
West Oregon City.
bI S-S S3
P B g . J.
5 29 18 i 68
1 17 14 aa
2 SO 13 32
0 SO' ,3 4
0 15' ;'4 6
0 14 ; ; 2. 7
2 33 S 6
13 38 U 94
b . ''42 4 t .1
1 12 0 1
0 19 11 27
8 " 2d 6 .26
2, 25 2 41
2 8 1 34
1 . 23 0 10
1 22 5 16
0 2 11 13
1 18 22 83
1 39 18 111
1 11 8 23
5 18 0 44
13 33 6 43
2 9 14 . 23
44 19 20
3 30 . 12 29
1 US 12 10
2 72 12 88
2 127 13 142
7 32 22 73
6 24 7 2
0 19 0 14
0 13 3 25
1 1 1 43
0 J3 2 13
1 . 13 2 5
3 31 5 45
2 27 7 20
Furnished Every Week by Clac tu
rn as Abstract & Trust Co. ;
J H Lambet to M B Biddle, tract
15 VTaverly Hhu... ..........$2600
DGoldstone to M GoldRtone, 10
acres in n w J of nw of sec 25, 2- ' v
2 ...... - 1
J L.Seelv-io G G Seely, 32 acres in
sue 30 3-1 e 600
A button to VV Hall, part olnw of
ue of sec 112-3 e . . .'. 100
T M Thomas to S P Lo ger, a4 of v
-seof sec 22 3 2 e..;. 1200
VVm Slower to 8 A Uilluian, lots 3
and 4 bik SI liolu.n 1000
R DeShaveWo U W P & li H Co,
7 65 acres in sec 36 I 3 e 2500
M Romasa to J E iiiller, 70 acres ,
in shc 33 5 1 e
G W MaynVlri to Z Mayfleld, e of
sit of sec 4 aud 81 acres in tec 5
4 3 e 250P
E Harrington to M Mavfield, e of '
se of s-c 4 3 e 5
M Roherts t F Albright, lots 7
and 8, bl 11 Mt View 550
J O Hepbern to A W Wolf.ne of tie
nf nw, lots 1 and 2, sea 30, 4-5 e. 1
A W Wolf to H Herbert, nw of n
of ne and lots 1 and 2 sec 30 4 5
e ;v 1
E Goodwin etal to J Rislty 1 acre
in KUIeyelS.1 400
G L 8tory to ti Brusck 3.10 interest
In I Abbott fUte...., 1
S E Case to O W P & R R Co t of
ieofiec35 1-3 e v 1
You WiU Be Happy if Well.1
tk-attring E. L. Johnson 1
Total 89 1024 292 1258
The following lubscrlberi to the Courier are entitled to the prizes for making
the nearest correct estimate upon tiie number of votes that would be cast in the
county at the said election. Most of the guess that win were madt by meu who
kuew practically nothing about tbe county or ite vote. All of the politicians aud
tie wise "guys" guessed from 3,000 to 4,000 votes would be polled. That shows
jmt how little people know about elections some time.
rttene Jones, Costnopotis, Wajli., 2564 (50
iltraiu Hennigan,Nampa, Idaho 2665 $25
Silas Sinitb, Hood River, Oregon 2663 $16
ain W illiams, Los Angeles, Cal 2663 $10
. U. Roe, Cosmopolis, Wasb 2663 $5
John Kvgon, Portland, Oregon 2662 $2 50
Trials of a Labor raper.
Tbe ordinary English printed labor
Pper has a pretty hard time ot It, but
i he trials of such a publication are de
liirbtful dreams o the side of the viols
tudes of tbe Italian-printed labor
piper published In Trfndad, now under
be ownership aud auspices ot tbe United
Mine Workers of America.
The paper Is called tbe Italian La-ho-.er,
and it is intended to Instill tbe
principles of labor oran ration In the
hearts and minds of the coal miners of
hat nationality. At first the govern
ment oillclals denied the paper the right
to use the mails as a newspaper at the
Vomid rate, thus forcing the owners to
,y 1 cent on every paper sent out,
hlch, with a circulation of about 1,500,
itu Into money pretty fast.' Finally the
ight to use the mails at the pound rate
asgi anted, aud then the paper was
lumped Into the waste basket by the
ntiiiiiter or clerks In many of the
. mlcainpa where the subsciibers get
heir mail The poetotllces in the coal
(imps are generally loo ted in the com-
ny sto e end as the clerks are com
any tools.thev do not hesitate to throw
ut auy iper that is inimical to the
, trge pro tits of the coal companies
Mr, Howell, president of District No.
15, tell us that at last the paper has a
fair chance to succeed aud to get to its
destination in all parts of the southern
cool field, as well as the Illinois field,
where there are many Italian coal
miners, but no Italian paper. Tbe
circulation of the paper now reaches
away up into the thousands. Colorado
IT'S JUST A COUGH
tint cell Tour lung Kir and wok and pav tha
wm (or Fntiimoni or Contumpttiiu, or txilb.
Ackw'l Kb1UIi Remly will tlop ih cough la
dy and aaal your liimi. It will run I'miiuma
lion, Ailhina, Brotiolittlt, and all throat and luu
tniublu. foltlaly iuriUed, and money n
lauded If you ar nut mlneJ. Wtlt Ui ut (or
Irfeiami.le. W H. Hooker Co., Buffalo, M.
Y.I at ltow.ll 4 Jou.
Bestows that Health and
Vigor that Makes Liv
ing a Pleasure.
If you are sick and out-of-sorts, it is In yout
jxiwer to make yourself healthy, strong, and
?nere is not the slightest reason why you
should go through life feeling sickly, miserable,
languid, and melancholic. To be well and
strong, means happiness and true joy.
II you are sleepless, rheumatic, neuralgic,
dyspeptic, or have the shadows of disease
hovering over you; it you are not as bright,,
energetic, and strong as you were some weeks
ago, the use of Paine's Celery Compound will
tone up and fortify your whole system, cleanse
the blood, correct digestion, sharpen the
appetite, and conduce to restful sleep. Thous
ands once in a half-dead condition owe their
present good health to the use of Paine's
Celery Compound. Mr, Wm. S. Gibson, of
Pleasureville, Ky., who, through sickness and
suffering, was brought near the dark grave,
writes as follows, regarding his marvelous
" I have been broken down in health and
strength, nervous system shattered, kidneys
out of order, had nervous and trembling spells
off and on for the last ten years. I have taken
three bottles of your Paine's Celery Compound
and all of the above-mentioned troubles have
left me, and I can now do a good day's work.
I go about my business all day long and It
dont worry me, and I now feel better than I
have in ten years. I have a good appetite,
and can eat and get around oa foot as active
as when I was a boy. My age is 6j years."
Beware sf Olntmssts for CatarrN that
lai meiearr will aiirvly itmtroy (he ttm of smell
and comiletely lerauni thci wluila nysiaia wl-
nilerini it thiouth l he Uiuiwui mirlacea. Su. h
arileli-K hould uaver be need eiovpt on prone rlp
lloim fmui reputable hyiloiaut. aa the d .hiik
they will do It leu told to the good you can Hie
Ibly drly (ram theui. Hall's Catarrh Cure,
niaouiaotured by T. J. Cheney it Co., Toledo, (.,
eontalin no mereury, and la taken Internally,
aotliif dtreotty uimn the blood and nmoous
uifaere at the sretera. In buying Hull 1 1 Urrh
Cur be lure you get the itenuliie. It Is tkou
Internally aud 1 made in Toledo, Ohio, by V. J.
Cheney A Co. Teetlmoulala tree.
.fsV&dd by nriu'Kiata, price 7.V n bottle,
linll'i Kauilly 1'ilU are the bent.
Color Jackets, Coals, Otxs,
Ribbons, Sfccklics, JK, .
Stoefctet wtB not lade e crock whei d . wttk
Dtuneod Dyaa. Dim-ton bosk rx - a wJawlae
Ire. DIAMOND T'lliS, Burl) . "'t.
thtt most htttllnQ talvo In th world.
1 Riad It In H; Newspaper.
fieijt Wrhtab. well known Ormnn aitlita
of Nov IhiHioa Ohio i i oonntant rrof
lvtott VolkfUtutii. Ht knows Hint thi vr
ima o ftdvoii.M only the bht in lit !uuin$,
nit. whtn hr iw Ohambirleln's Pah, Halm l
TortUmt lhrrin for lame bat k, he id uot hht
Utsin buyinit a tio'.lt of U for hid wife, who for
eiltht werku hml nuflorod w;ih most terrtbl
rlia tu h rlack "anil Onuld Kt no lellef. He
: "f rul g l he t'aui Hiilm for tvw
days my wifr sild in mo, 4I ((, as thowch btirn
an,' ami bftite mnz the iuiiionfiit?i of tbt
U.Hle thi unbHi-Hbb pinshad eutirvly vanlsbwl
and bt could hkm)m tk up hr bi)vbolt1s
dtttiis.' He if verv thank ul mid hM. tht all
(inffv-r tig bkewii' will herof hrr WiHidiTfnl t
w.vMjr Tbtk vaiunblv liu meui U fur sale by G
A, 11 mill g
Ml 1-1 Oongresa St.
Portland, Maikh, Oct. 17, 1901.
I eoDsider Win of Cardut superior
to any cUictor's medicine I ever used
and I know whereot I speak. I But
tered (or nin months with uppreosod
menstruatmn which oomplaeely pros
tratsd me. Palas would shoot through
my baok and sides and I would hare
blinding headaches. My limbs would
swell up and I would feel so weak I
oould not stand up. I naturally felt
discouraged for I seemed to be beyond
the. help of physicians, but Wine of
Cardui came as a Ood-send to nio. I
felt a ehange for the better within a
week. After nineteen days treatment
I menstruated without suffering the
agonies I usuAllydid and soon became
regular and without pain. Wine of
Cardui is simply wonderful and I wish
that all suffering women knew of its
good qualities. i
Treasurer, Portland Economic League
Periodical headaches tell of fe
male weakness. Wine of Cardui
cures permanently nineteen out of
every twenty cases of irregular
menses, bearing down pains or
any female weakness. If yow are
discouraged and doe tors have
failed, that is the best reason in
the world you shoald try Wine of
Cardui now. Remember that
headaches mean female weakness. '
Secure a tl.00 bottle of Wine of
INDIVIDUALS MONIJY to Loan tc
you at 6 per cent and 7 per cent on
land Or cbattels. John W, Lodes, at-torney-at-law,
You Can, Save Monty '
By taking advantage of the cheap
rates east offered by "The , Northwest,
em Line1' , i y,
Chieagoand return.....,;.... ...$71 BO
St. Paul and Minneapolis and re- :
turn ... 60 00
. Ticktts good 90 days. Stop overs al
Dates of sale June 4, 5, 24, 25, 26, 27,
28,29.30; July 15, 16 and August 25
and 26. . -
iull information by addressing
11. Jb. MBIiBR, ,
132 Third St., Portland, Or.
II Aeer w W Me w '
m i-ir- - -m ' i mini n if
HEART DISEASE CURED
WONDERFUL RESULTS FOLLOW RE
A $4.00 Treatmeut Free.
No death comes more suddenly than
that from heart disease. Thousands die
unnecessarily each year because most
physicians do not understand these
troubles. Startling improvements have
been made during the last f w years in
the treatment ol heart disease. Former
ly digitalis was the inlv remedy employ
fd, through it injur-d many cases and
cured mme Dr. Mi re, the Specialist in
heart and chronic diseases, finds it nee
eeoary to employ eighteen heart reme
diestocurewith ceitainty tbenianyloruis
of heart trouble
To demonstrate i he unusual curative
power of h'H new treatments. Dr. Miles
will send a $i course free. Every sui
fttrer from hort breath, pain in side, op
pression in cbeBt, irregular pulse, palpita
tion, smothering snelle, puffing a .kles
or dropsy should take advantage of his
Mr. H. H. Asbburn, of Redding. Cal., six
months after he had taken the Special Treat,
men is, writes: "I-feel as well as I ever did in
my life. If I ever have another attack of heart
trouble I shall write vou at once, for no other
doctor ean treat me.'1
Jas. K. Adams, 2714 Magnolia A Chicago,
savs: "Your Special Treatmei.t cured me of
heart disease of 25 years standing after several
reputable physician of this city tailed."
The prei-ldeut of a leading Stale College who had
been treated without benefit, writes: "Your
treatment, has wonderly relieved my heart
difficulty. M stomach also is In excellent eon
dtlion, and in'v general health is greatly im
proved. I am feeling much better than for years.
(Writer's name given on request.)
H. E Hemiett. Mnntieell, ltid., reports: "I
bad valvular heart disease, stomach and nervous
trouble. Five leading phystclaus gave me Dp.
Your tint ment eared me."
A thousand testimonials will be sent
free on request. These include many
who have been cured after from five to
twenty or more physicians and profess
ors had pronounced them incurable
Send at once for fiee treatment before it'
is too late. Adiirets, Franklin Miles,
M. D , LL. B.,203 o 205 State t-treet
Chicago III. Please mention Oregon
City Courier lu your reply.
Excurtion Maes to Yaquitta
On June 1st the Southern Pacific Co
will resume sale of excursion tickets to
Newport an.1 Yaquina Bay., This resort
is becoming more popular every year,
and hotel accomodations are better than
ever before, and at reasonable rates,
Season tickets from Oregon City to New
port $6 or Yaquina $6. ; Saturday to
Monday tickets to Newport 13 or
Yaquina 3. '
' Yours Truly,
, , W. E. Coman, '
' 'v' "' ' Gen Pass Agent.
Jf, 0. STRICKLAND. M. D. ,
PUYUIOIAM AMD SURGEON
Does aa C-Ta-Date General Praetloe
aeelal allentiea (lvea te surgery and diseases
Office la Oards Buildia , 7th and Mala
DR. C. D. LOVE
Graduate of American School of Osteopathy.
Successfully treats both acme and chronlo dis
eases. . Call fer literature.
Consultation and rumination Free.
Office Hour,: "J2;";
iOr by appointment at any time.
Booms Mo. 4 and S, Stevens Building-, Haln St
OREQO CITY, OlIOOX.
of OREGON CITY
capital , $100,000
Transacts a general banking bnsineaa
Hakes loans and eollectlons, dlscoull
bays and sells domestic and foreign exekange
and receives deposits subject to cheek.
, Open froin Is. m. to 4p.m.
0. C. ATOUBEITB, jr. i, Metib
Qt N. GREENMAN '
TEE PIONEER , EXPRESSMAN
(Established 186) .
Prompt delivery to all parts of the sity
JEEQON CITS KIGOW
C, D, & D. C. LATCURETTE
ATTORNEYS AT LAW .
Osmmeroial, Beal Istate and Probata. '
peelalties , '
OSce In Commercial Bank Building , , , .
OREGON CITY .
)r. geo. hoeye . ;
' ... "' 'dentist. . ,
All workarranted end satisfaction guaranteed
Grown and Bridge work a specialty
. Caafleld Bulldln' ,
OEKGON CITY I" I OBMOK
R H. COOPER,
" Notary Public.
Real Estate and Insurance, Titles Exam
, ined, Abstracts Mads, Deeds, Mort
gages, Etc., Drawn,
oom 16, Gaide P'd'g, Oiegoo City, Or
QRANT B. D1MICK
Attokney and Counbkloe at Law
Will practice In all Courts In ihe Btals, Clrcnlt
and District Coarts ef the United States.
Insolvent debtors takes throngh bankruptcy,
Ofscelln Garde Building, Oregon City, Or.
J. W. Noaais, M. D, J. W. Powgu,. M.
JJORRI8 A POWELL,
Calls In city or country promptly attended
Garde Building, Oregon City.
JJOBIRT A. MILLER
ATTORNEY AT LAW
O. D, MY, NOTARY.PCBLIO. j
Real Estate bought and soli, meaey loanad
hlesexamiaed aaaaeitracts made eask maid fur
county warrants. Probate and eommlsstoneat'
court business aad tasaranc.
loan I, WalHHiBD BUILDING
ORSGON CITY, , . - - OBEOOl
a Schdibil W. 8. C'BKN
(J REN Jk 6CHUEBEL
ATTORNEYS AT LAW (
Will practice Mn all courts, make eollectlons
nd settlements of estates, fnrnlth abstracts of
title, lend voa money and lend your money on
Iret Mortgage. Office la Enterprise building.
OREGON CITY OBBOON
QEO. T. HOWARD
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
At Red Fronk Court Howe Block
OREGON CITY OREGON
Jtfehl sjIstllliA'Irtll'r''1'' T'"'"lllltflllllllssi1ll Ml1t HfuClliniilllW
D L, Trullingcr
A large stock of of all kinds of
Lumber kept constantly on p
nana, rrices very reasonaDie
UNION MILLS, ORE. .
Oregon City Machine Sbo
PHILIP BUCKLEIN. PROP. ,
Having First-class Machinery ....
Doing First-class Work
, I ..- m
Keeps in Stock a Line Shafting and Pulleys, New and Second
Hand. Also Engine and Saw Mill Machinery
Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic
has stood the test 25 years. Average Annual Sales ovtr One end a Kalf
Dottles. Poe$ this record of merrt appeal to you ? No Cure, No Pay.
itnucMra wiin every come ,5 1 en '.nt, pcKse 01 orovf mack: R.00?. Liver PU),