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OREGON CITY -COURIER, FRIDAY, TULY 3. 1903.
$ PEltSOXALS 2
E. L. Johnson was in Silverton
Tuesday on business.
Mr, Erastus Smith who graduated
at McMinnville college, is home.
Mies Gertie Srmner, of McKee, is
the guest ot Miss Anna Fis .er.
N. R. Lang.of the Willamette Pulp
& Paper Co., is in San Fransisco on
Mies Marjorie Caufield left Tuesday
afternoon for a two weeks' visit with
friends at Salem.
Kennith Latouretre his returned
borne from the McMinnville college f"r
hie summer vacation.
Mr. and Mrs P. L Coleman, of
Canny, were in Oregon Ciiy Tuesday
Mr. and Mrs W. P. Hawley left
Saturday niuht for a two weekB' trip in
the Yosenite valley.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Lamont, of
Portland, were the guests of relatives in
Oregon City Sunday.
Mrs. James Eintour, of Seattle, has
been the guest of relatives in this city
during the past week.
Miss Veda Williams took part
in the graduating exercises of the Mo
. Miunville college Saturday.
Mr and Mrs. Bruce Curry will leave
this week for a brief outing at their
(uunner home at Newport.
Mr. and Mss.A E. Chapman return
ed Saturday from a two weeks' bridal
trip to the Sound country.
MissLydia Biulingame, of Dufur,
Oregon, was visiting friends in Oregon
City the first of the week.
Uncle Jacob Harless, .one of the
oldest ami best citizens of Molalla, was
id town Monday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. J. VV. Loder attended
the commencement exercises at Mo
Minn vill? college last week.
Mism beraldine fticUown came up
from I'o; tland Tuesday moming and is
vmiting her grandmother, Mrs. Mel"
Clma. Wilson, son of R. D. Wilson,
is visitinv his father here. He has been
n a surveying trip for the past two
Mrs. Wallace Williams, of North
Yakima, Wash , is the guest of her
mother, Mrs 0. C. Williams of this
K. N. Hogan, who has been in this
i'Hv for he past two or ihre weeks, left
Monday morning for Yreka, CM., where
he will takes position as clerk in a
Miss May Wiehart left for Port
lumi Tuesday morning, where she will
viBit, for a week will) her sister, Mrs. II.
li Thome. '
.Indge'Rvan went to Seaside last
Sunday. ' The judge owns a cottage
'here and his family will go about the
llrst of August.
Mr. and Mrs W. B. Wiggins, of
Portland, were Oregon City visitors Sun
day, the guests of the latter's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. James Wilkinson.
C. F. Moore a prominent physician
of Nawhnrg, Oregon, was in Oregon City
n Thursday visiting hts brother, Dr. j.
ft. Moore, Dr. 0. F. was on his way
home from the meeting ot the druggists
f the state which had been hold on ihe
mat neir Tim Dalle..
Mr. and Mrs. Mintagne, of Arling
'on, Or,, vinited the laiter's father, Mr.
Motiluml .Sunday and Monday. They
had been in Portland attendinu the (t,
.Y. H. encaimiine"t. Mrs. Montague
vas formerly Mrs Weed, and -was an
Oregon City resident for about a year.
tf. R. L ng and John Lwth
waite, of the Willamette Pulp &
Paper Co, , are in California this week,
funking up matters pertaining to the use
foil for fuel in the mills. t is xaid
rhat the t'ine U not lur distant when
il will Liu used as fuel by the com
pany. Must be Sold.
Seven-room house and either one or
t-to lots at corner of Eleventh and
Madison Streets. Also one lot in Cen
tral Addition. Inquire at residence or
write P. 0. Box 307, Oregon City.
The Same Old Story.
J. A, Kelly relnten an rapwlnnoe similar to that
which lim liniipiMipil In almost evorv nelnhbur
howl In ihe Ualicil states and linn tieon told and
rt"lit liy IhnusamU til otllcn. He v9i "Laat
mimmvr I had an attack of (lyni)iilry 'and pnr
rhMwl a bottle Ot OiaitilwrUtn'i Colic, Cholara
Diarrhoea Keiimljr, which I used uncording to
I'rvellom mi'l wllh eutlruly uulafau'tory rwulu.
rfce Irniihln win controlled much quicker than
fl.rmcr aitacks whn I uiiml other ranwllea."
Mr. Kelly li a well known citizen of Uoudaraou,
It. C. Jar tale hj O..A. lUnllu
WTSII I wr a child again
And frea from worldly carta,
To gallop frea and wild acaio,
Unmindful ot tha anarcai . ,
I wish that I might try again , '"
To ie It I could hold ', '
A pleoa of mother'! pie again
Upside down aa of old.
And, starting at tha pointed ptao
Xuat lot It aoaalo through, my face.
I wish that I could fare afraln
, F.ir f:'o:n the roar and whtr
nd he a hoy out there nirain
To xoftly plead with her.
And wiim s'u cut the pie again
And h:ir:drd rie a wedgo v
I'd heave u heartfelt alKh again
And. vvllli the Inines3 etlgo
Insertod 111 Ihe pi('l or place.
Just lt It ,r:le throturh my face.
0. K. Kiv in chit-ago KocorJ-llerald.
"BreaKJn ihe ffebuj ojf
This Is a true account of one person's
Idea of "breaking the news gently."
The cook, whose home was off in the
country, appeared before the "powers
above" with a letter in her hand.
"I'll have to go home for a couple of
days, mum," she sold. "My cousin's
just written to me." And she handed
over the crumpled bit of paper with en
"Dear Mary," it ran, "you had better
come home at once. Your father is very
sick." And It continued with many par
ticulars of the Illness.
At the end was a postscript which,
like the old Joke of a woman's P. S.,
had the pith of the matter.
"So long as you'll be driving up from
the village you may as well bring the
undertaker along wllh you In the wag
on." New York Times.
A Helping: Hand.
"Gracious," exclaimed the stranger
In the west "what a cruel country this
"How's thet, stranger?" asked the
, "Why, I Just heard that a fellow was
shot down here yesterday for lending
a helping hand to a fellow mortal."
"Lending a helping hand, did yen
say?" queried the cowboy. "Why, I re
member the case."
"How was It?"
"Alkali Ike wus a-playln' a poker
game, an' he slipped three aces to his
partner under the table. Of course
somebody shot him for lendln thet sort
of a holpin' hand!" Baltimore Herald.
An Old Timer'a Declaration.
The stage," remarked Mr. Storm
lngton Barnes, "is not what It used to
"I suppose you long for the good old
days when people appreciated true
"You misunderstand me. What I
mean is that we didn't have electric
lights and commodious dressing rooms
and elaborate scenery as we have now.
The stage isn't what it used to be, and
I'm glad of it."-Washington Star.
Little Roy, having on a pair of new
shoes which fitted rather tight, said
"Mamma, I don't like to wear new
"Why, dear, do they hurt your feet?"
asked his mother.
"No," he replied, "they don't hurt,
but my toes can't wink." Little Chron
Me A Piece of Rope.
"Jlgley's drumming up trade for a
rope and twine house now."
"Oee whizz! That accounts for it"
"Accounts for what?"
"When I met him on the street yes
terday he asked me if I'd have a cigar.
He must have given me one of his sam
A Good Hxcuae.
Teacher Why were you absent from
Kid I was helpln' pa. I chaperoned
him to de circus. He couldn't git to go
no other way. New York American.
' Penalties of Groatnea.
Crawford I suppose his fame has
made him happy.
Crabshaw Not quite. Ever since he
became famous he has been worrying
himself trying to originate a deathbed
epigram to deliver as his last words.
On Great Advantage.
"nypuotlsui is a great thing, Isn't
"Yes," "admitted the demure young
thing, "and it Is especially serviceable
as an excuse when you are caught Jet
ting a man kiss you." Chicago l'oet
A Favorohla Critic, t
"So you regard the success of your
play as assured?"
"To a certain extent" replied the au
thor. "No one knows as much about it
as I do, and It has made an enormous
hit with me."-Washlngton Star.
AU For Her. "
Miss Tassay (coyly) And Just think!
Last evening he suddenly caught me In
his arms and kissed me.
Miss Pepprey He ajways was a
pood henrted fellow, and so unselfish!
A Matter to Adjaat.
Ike Kentucky courthouses should
be made without doors.
Jake Yes; It's rank cowardice to
shoot an Innocent bystander from be
hind a door. Detroit Free Tress.
Conalderable to Say.
"What does your wife say when yon
come home late?"
"Say, do you export me to reel oft a
three volume serial at a moment's no-tlce?"-ri'oolilyn
Landlady Is your steak too rare?
Jiew Boarder Well ?r I must 4
mlt li I'. h trli 'iirctv ' ' "
We like best to call
a food because it stands so em-
phatically for perfect nutrition.
a And yet in the matter of restor-
$ ing appetite, of giving new
? strength to the tissues, especially
f to the nerves, its action is that
Z of a medicine. ,
" Send for free sample.
0 SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemist.,
S 49-4"5 I'earl Street, New York.
L 50c.andi1.ooi all druggist.
For sale cheap a second-hand 10 home,
power eneine.one boiler feed pump. In
quire at Oregon City Machine Shop.
VT ANTED board and room in private
family at Oregon City. Adress A.
INDIVIDUALS MONEY to Loan tc
you at 6 per cent and 7 per cent on
land or chattels. John W, Lodkk, at-torney-at-law,
For alazv liver try Chamberlain's Stomach
and Liver Tablets. They invigorate the liver,
aid the digestion, regulate the bowels aad pre
vent bilious attacks. For sale by O. A. Hard
Your Banking ?
No matter how small,
No matter how large,
Will give it careful
attention. This mes
sage applies to the
men and the women
THE MORNINd TUB
cannot be enjoyed iD a hitsin of limited
capacity nor where the water supply and
temperature is uncertain by reason of
detective plumbin 'besting apparatus.
To have both put, .n thorough working
order will not prove expensive if the
work is, done by
F. C. CADKE
Best Meals in the Ci
Room and Board by the Week
Saloon in Connection
Sixth and Wain St.,
Oregon City, Ore.
Do not bo deceived by those who ad
vertise a f (50.00 r?ewing Machine for
f20.00. Thiskind of a machine can
be bought from us or any of our
dealers from $15.00 to f 18.00.
WK MAKE A VARIETY.
THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST.
The Feed determines the strength or
weakness of Hewing Machines. The
Double Fc?l combined with other
strong jHdnts makes the New Home
the best Bewiug Machine to buy.
showing the dlf
ferent stylos of
wo manufacture nmt prices beforo purchasing
THE NEW BOMB SEWING MACHINE 60.
Union Sq. N. Y, Chicago, I U., Atlanta, Go.,
St. Louis,Mo., Dallns,'rex.,Sau Frauolsoo, Cat
FOR SALE BY j
C.S. CRANE. Agent, I
350 Morrison St., PORTLAND, ORE
111 I I I ti I
Once get the habit of trading at Michael's and you'll never
trade anywhere else. Its a habit you'll like when you become
accustomed to it once you commence trading with us we'll
keep you for keeps,'
Smartest Clothing ::
The eminently masterful showing of these best, beautiful clothing has
made this "The" highly esteemed mecca for Men's and Boy's ClothingWe have been
digging into the clothing stock industriously ferreting out, shifting out all broken lines
no use holding on to small lots. The commotion has brought some rare values to
the surface. The oppurnity is now at hand to purchase you a suit much less the
Regular Price This opportunity is worthy of your investigation.
Swell Footwear .......
Many beautiful lasts perfect lastsattract the eye of
Orthopedic $3.50 Shoes - "Red
1 THE COBWEB
I' Oregen City's Leading Wine House
All thejleading brands of Cal- p,
S) forniaJkWines keDt in stock. &
' . I
uume anu see us.
g t.M BMMUT Jjj
Nickel Silver Cast
For sale by
aa request, ehowlag
The New England!
Waterbiii7, Con a.
Rough and Dressed
Dlx Brothers f Scbubtl,
Are now prepared to furnish all kinds of
Rough and Dressed Lumber.
Yellow Fir Lumber cut
out of the best tim
ber and furnished at
reasonable prices : : : ;
Liferent to Order on Snort Mice.
Write or call.
R. Petzolds Meat Market
and Tin Shop
JOBBING AND REPAIRING
Opposite Canfleld Block ORKGON CITY
Mo" I ft
' nans N kL'J
has stood tha test 25 years. AviTJga ArjMjaJ Sales
battles. t.fc!i orr.t-A nf r-r.;-'-:- - ,A :
wotaes, ioo5 tt:j record
v m-z- ev
SUCCESSOR TO M. MICHAEL
As long as they Ias we
Of RED LINE Cough Cure
. Or ' "
A CUP FREE m
And we guarantee the Red Line preparations. $5
Are You Going to Build?
Do you use Lumber ?
We want to furnish y ou
We are located near the Eldorado
School House, near the postoffice of
We have a good mill,
are cutting lumber out
of the best yellow fir.
Can fill your order on
short notice for any
kind of lumber
If you need lumber don't fail to write to us
or come to see us. It will pay you
' Slurges Brothers,
Second-lland & Junk Store
HIGHEST PHICES PAID FOR SECOND-HAND
METALS OF ALL KINDS, ETC.
All kinds of Farm Implements and
Second-Hand Goods Bought and Sold
RING TH0NE 416 FOR JUNK.
Sogarman & Co.
1 sanf .
Grove's Tasteless riiill Tn?
of ci-r-i L?xsi io vcy ? f
w .s 1 '.o ;.. xl c.r Grove :
the well dressed man.
Star" Brand Shoes
Best values all prices
will give with each bottle
.... 25 or 50c size
Powders . 25c size
1.00 size cut price 60c M
Brown & Welch
Pbopriktobs of thb
A. 0. U. W. Building
OREGON CITY, OREGON
Do You Use Shingles?
If you do, let us supply your
needs.' We have an up-to-date
t mill, located five miles east of
Molalla and two miles from '
Meadowbrook, with , all the. , . .
latest and best equipments; ?' I;
Lane's automatic machinery.
We cut our shingles from the
very finest cedar and turn out
as good shingles as there are
Intheworld. Our prices are - ' '
s low as the lowest.- We
want your trade.
Mall orders promptly tilled.
Ball Single Co.,
Be s molalla. On.
D. L. Trullinger
1 A large stock of of all kinds of
? I llrVikor 1 i
-u.ni Kept constantly on
hand: PHroc trr.,.
V UNION MILLS, ORE.
ov&r One end a mt Wn "
. -fc ' s f