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OREGON CITY COURIER, FRIDAY, JULY 3, 1903.
Of the periodic pain which many women
xperience with every month it makes
the gentleness and kindness always as-r-iated
with womanhood seem to be
almost a miracle. While in general no
woman rebels against what she regards
as a natural necessity there is no woman
who would not gladly be free from this
recurring period of pain.
Doctor Pierce's- Favorite Prescription
makes weak women strong and sick
women well, and gives them freedom
from disease. It-establishes regularity,
dries weakening drains, heals inflamma
tion and ulceration and cures female
Sick women are invited to consult Dr.
Fierce by letter, fret. All correspond
ence strictly private and sacredly confi-
dential. Write without fear and without
' fee to Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
Mrs. T. Dolanl of Madrid, Parkins Co., Nebr.,
writei : 1 wan cured of painful period! by the
tise of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Proscription, and
his Compound Extract of Smart-Wetfl. I think
Dr. Pierce' medicine the best in tha world."
"Favorite Prescription " has the testi
mony of thousands of women to its
complete cure of womanly diseases. Do
not accept an unknown and unproved
substitute in its place.
The sluggish liver made active by the
use of Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets,
Miss Ida Barrett has returned to this
place for the summer to look after the
welfare of her brother, Arthur. Mies
Barrett left Heppner the evening before
the flood, having lived there three years.
we welcome tier back.
Mr. and Mrs. Oren Cntting.of Molalla,
were here the past week calling on Mrs.
Mies Boen, our genial school teacher,
ti as returned after a week b absence to
John Richardson took a trip to Wilhoit
last week:, looking alter some property
concerning a settlement. '
N. H. Smith has sold out his Interest
in the saw mill to his partner Mr. Storm,
Mr. Smith is much .improved in
Miss A. I. Hicinbothera has returned
home alter a 9 months' term of school at
Garfield and Ourrinville.
A, M. Kerchem has gone on a survey'
.. ing contract inildaho with Hal A.
Bands.. . ..... . ,.
Jag Fullam has invested in a five-foot
Champion mower and rake.
Hay crop will be short here, being
not more than HU.per cent ota crop.
' Grading on this end of the Viola road
improves the looks of the country. It
will be completed in about a week if the
Children's day was observed at the M
E. church with a good program and at-
tBuumrce. xue receipts were fo.At.
Prunes and peach plums will be a
hmvy crop here but apples keep drop-
ii g. L.
Old Kentucky Home.
The sun shines bright on the bayonets
On the cannon in the common and the
There is music in the bugle and the roll
ing of the drums.
And there's music of the rifles in the
Tne militiamen are mounting guard be
fore the old uil boor,
The mountaineers are massing for the
And it's getting mighty lirely in dozen
ways or more.
I In the old Kentucky home so far away.
The orchards are in blossom and the
perfumed air is sweet,
Oh I the face of nature never was more
But the Colonels are a-sbouting at each
other on the street,
And the mountaineers are out upon a
For the summer in Kentucky, and with
out a feud or two.
Without a chance to stab and shoot and
Life would not be wcrth the living where
the meadow erase- is blue,
In the old Kentucky borne bo far
Mrs. Richardson and da tighter, of La
Grande, vmited Mr. and Mrs. William
Slyter several days last week.
Miss Hattie Spulak is sewing for Mrs.
Jack Howard, of Canby.
Peter Engle returned from Portland
Sunday evening and says his wife's
health is not improving. . Mrs. Engle i
Bta.i nig with her daughter, Minnie.
Mike Bowman is building a barn for
Mr. Dica. Dundas.
W"m. Dundas and family, of Iowa, are
visiting his biolher, of this place. : Mr,
Dundas was in Oiegon some 20 years
ago, and now contemplates making it
hB future home.
Land buyers are numerous of late'. ,
Herman Burgoyne and friend, of
Portland, were in the city Sunday.
Max Bowman recently returned from
Shear's bridge, Eastern Oregon.where
he had been engaged in ti.e sheep bust
Charles Bradtl was seen driving to
Oregon City quite early Monday morn
Herrington & Veteto finished their
contract on the Graiit Lriteser house
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hines, of thi
place Bpent Saturday and Sunday in
About 35 of Mrs. Ella Criteser's rela'
tives took dinner with her Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Slyter, Mr. ai
Mrs. Ora Slyter, of Battle Ground
Wash..' were viBiting ' relatives and
friends her over rtunday. They left
Monday night lor Kokomo, Ind.
Mrs. Hoffman and Miss Heartley
went to Oregon City Tuesday.
Carl Burgoyne is hauling wood again
to Mulloy 8 sawmill.
Campmeeting commences next Satur
George Lazelle. of Mount Pleasant
has a new silo about completed, and has
it partly filled. - Mi . Lazelle evidently
sees the advantage oi Harvesting nis
crops wet or dry, cold or hot. It ta all
the tame to him now as it is put away
Mat Mulloy ia spending the summer
over in the Alsea country for the bene'
fit oi his health.
A Record of Past Years of July Winds
The following'data covering a period
of 32 years fits been compiled from the
weather bureau records at roumuu,
Month ot July for the past years:
Mean or normal temperature, 67 de
grees The warmest month was that
of 1875 with an average of 70 degrees.
The coldest month was that of 1901 with
an average of 73 degreeg. The highest
temperature was 102 on the
The lowest temperature was 45 on the
4th, 1901. Average date on which first
killing lrost occurred in spring, Marcn
17. . . .
Precipitation, (rain and melted enow)
Average foMhe month, .58 inches. Av
erage number days witu .ui mcii oi
more, '4. : , ,
The greatest monthly precipitation
.80 inches in 1884. The least moi.t ily
precipitation recorded in any 24 Dome
was 1.10 inches on the 11th, 1879.
Clouds and Weather Average num
ber clear days, 36; partly cloudy days,
9; cloudy days, 6.
Wind Ihe prevailing wmas uvo
been from the northwest, The highest
velocity was 35 miles an hour from the
southwsBt, on the 13th, 1894. Date of
issue June 27tb, 1903.
Everybody is preparing to celebrate
the glorious Fourth once more.
Lee Perry and Fred Force formerly of
Una plHoa were lu this vicinity one ilay
Ch.is. Daniels spent Saturday and
Snnddvwith li is mother. who is Buffer
ing with a sore hand.
J. J, Mallatt and H. Shaw spent
Thursday and Friday at the old soldiers,
meeting at Portland.
Ida Dodza was visiting her mother a
few davs last wee.
Fred Woodsi le took a lend of shingles
to Aurora for Dodge Saturday.
The picnic given at Wrights' springs
last Saturdav was a BUCCess with both
the Liberal and Mu'.ino Sunday school
children officiating. On account of the
rain ihfiv adi nrned inco tlie hall where
a" delightful program was rendered under
the" superintending ot Kev. l. wiles
Clarence Mallatt was visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Fish Ibis week.
G. M. Manning, of Cathlamet, spent
Friday night in our burg.
M. Seiby is having his houBe pant
ed. Hudson Barclay is at home for an in.
Mr. Carlson, of Portland, spent a few
. days here last week visiting his father.
J. Mallatt and family, Tom and Viola
Fish.Chas. and Ida Boynton and Wm.
Wallace and family were visiting at the
Erickson home Sunday.
Following is the report of the school
of DiBtrict No. 53.
Number of pupils enrolled, 20.
Average daily attendance, 18.
Number neither absent or trady, 12.
Names of pupils on roll of honor: Fred,
John, Tom, Etta. Lura and Ruby Tay
lor, Russell Jones, Harvey Smith, Ida
Maj , Lloyd Lowe, Fred and Jessie
No Pity Shown.
"For veara fate wai after me continuously',
writes IT. A. Gu Hedge, Verbena, Ala.. "lUdi
terrible case of Piles causing 24 tumors. When
all failed Buoklen's Arnica Balveoureu me. Equal
ly good for bur ! and all acnes ana pains., umj
cents si inannan ot tu, urug eiu... . ,
Many Preset! s Received.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A.- Chapman' who
returned . from their wedding trip to
Paget Sound points the first, of the week,
were pleasantly surprised Monday even
ing by a large party of their friends who
bore down uuuu them bringing wi h
them all sorts of presents. In all four
score persons were present at the "rush"
and almost every one of them brought
a beautiful or iieeful present. Co. A., O.
N. G ., which as undergoing inspection,
attended the parlv in a body. Various
games were played and uie uninvited
but welcome ghests remained until a late
hour. The newly married couple have
taken up residence at the McCown
Sues for Divorse.
Stella London has brought suit in the
Clackamas circuit o nrt for a divorce
from her nushand, James Loudon, on
the grounds of desertion. They were
married at. Hubbard, October, 1894, and
Bhortlv afterwards ha deserted her.
Since "that defendant has refused to live
with her and she demands that the court
give her freedom. She also aaka tbe
custody of their minor child, a lad of
seven years. Dimick & Story are at
torneys for the plaintiff.
Grades Assigned to Teachers,
Th teachers of the public schools
have been asHigned tbe following grade
worts by tbe Citv Superintendent:
Cirat irrade. Misses Myers. Meldrum
and Williams; Becond grade, Misses
Oochran and Cautield; third grade,
Waldan and Gieason; fourth
lira. e. Misses Shonkwiler and Foster;
: fifth. Mies Prentiss; fifth
i,H sixth. Mies Tavlor : sixth and sev
ei.th, principal of 'the Easlham echo, 1
; seventh and eighth,
Miss B ring; eighth and ninth, Mrs.
(iodfrey ; tenth, Miss Clark.
Iter. W.L. Blley.I., L.C., Cuba, New ork
writes: "After fifteen daysof excruciating pain
from soiatic rheumatism, under various treat
ments, I was induced to try Ballard's Bnow Llui
ment, the first (application giving my first relief,
and tbe second, entire rdlef. I can give it un
qualified recommendation. 25c, 60c nnd 11 at
Cbaiman A Co.'a.
The Perfect Liver Medicine.
. Mrs. M. A. Jolley, Noble,'' O.T., writes: "I have
unedHerbine for a number of years, and can
cheerfully recommend Has the most perfect liver
medicine, and thegieatest bluod purifier, "is a
medicine of positive merit, and fully fo'
plisbwallthatis claimed for it." Macm
' . u..., .. ..,., in ii. o aiHtpm while tbe liver
la in perfect order, for one of lis functions is to
orevenl the absorption of feTer producing pot
ions. Heroine is a most effloient liver regulator
58o at Churaian & Co.'.
."Irs Almond, of London, is visiting
her sister, Mrs, D. Jones.
Lillie Hay ward, of Oregon City, who
has been visiting friends at carus re
turned to her home this week.
The Carus ball players intend to play
at Shubel the fourth.
Katie Jones and niece, Gracie Evans,
of Portland, visited the tormer's patents
here Saturday and Sunday.
Will and'Lucv Gnyer returned home
from their claims last wbk.
Mr. Young and daughter, Edith, of
Kalama, were visitors at Carus this
Mrs. Will Moore, of Sherwood, visited
Mrs. D. Moore last week.
Mr. Albert Shoenburn ii having a
new house built on hiB place. What do
you think that means?
Miss Hildia Erickson, of Portland, ia
home on a visit.
Mr. Gregory has started to engage
his teasel cutter for this season.
John Jones has completed bis new
bain which was under ttie management
of Mike Boeman.
The Canby Campmeeting W ill Begin
July 5th and Close July lath.
Fourth of July Orators.
Hon. B. F. Eddy, of Tillamook, will
deliver the Fourth of July oration in
Oregon City. Judge Wm. Galloway
will go to Tillamook to deliver an
oration. Mayor G. B. Dimick will de
liver the Fourth of July oration at
Damascus. The celebration at Damas
cus will be under the auspices of the
miom Woodmen. Judge Gordon
E Hayes will deliver the Fourth of July
oration at anuy. " ....
will be second only to Oregon City a.
Howard M. Brownell will go to Sandy
... i .hii.mr an nmtion on the Fou'th.
Howard was to have gone to Shubel and
HlivHran oration there but a change
i. . bun mwiin and Henry S. West
k. .t n nmnlnva of the O. C. T, Co.,
will furnish the oratoiy for Shubel. He
. ...,r,T man and his address ia sure
IB m ja -
to please hie auditors.
The meeting will be held on the old
camp grounas at unoy. me naiem
District Ministerial association will also
tie boll) in connection with the camp-
meeting. The Southern Pacific Rail
road company tus agreed to give a
special rate ol one and one-third far.
Parties paying full fare to Canby will be
given a receipt which will entitle them
to return ticket at one-third fare. Many
prominent preachers from over
the state are expected to be pre
No nan or woman In the state will hesitate t
speaa well of Cbanib-r!uu'ii htomaeb and Liver
Tablets after ouce tryi.it; tlicra. They always
prouuoe a pieasaui movenivni mi tne miwtu, ini-
p ove the appetite and strengthen tin dlgcllon
For sale by a. A. Harding.
For wagons, buggies,har
ness and all lines gof farm
L. F. HOLMES
Lock Lever, Self Dump
and Hand Dump.
Easy to operate. Strong and
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
height, but return instant.
Many other convenient lea-
tures. bend lor special circu
"BEE'! LINE" BUGGIES
known all ove rthis country as the straight-
est piece of goods put out in the buggy
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New features added, making it better for
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Cannot beat this combination In any
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FIRST AND TAYLOFTSTS.
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 operate.
Choose the Champion and get satisfaction.
There is no binder ahead of the
Champion for strength and dur
ability in usual conditions and
increased capacity in difficult
conditions of grain,
Force Feed Elevator.
Eccentric Power givlntr. wheel, giving
increase in power of 16ZA over com
Other practical improvements. Illus
trated in Catalog. Mailed free.
rrhe MITCHELL WAGON
MONARCN OF THE ROAD
The best possible wagon that
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well seasoned having been bought
; years ahrad of requirements.
fhis alone means investment of a
furture in wagon stock.
fcxnert labor used In the construction.
Their splendid reputation all over the
country the Northwest In particular
demonstrates the fact that z
MITCHELL WAGONS ARE AL.L HIGHT
Women as Well as Men Are Mail
Miserable by Kidney, and
Bladder Trouble. -
Kidney trouble preys upon the mind,
vigor ana cneeriuv
ness soon disappear
when the kidneys are
out of order or dis
eased. Kidney trouble ha
become so prevalent
that it is not uncom
mon for a child to he
born afflicted with
weak kidneys. If the
child urinatestoooften, if the urine scalds
the flesh, or if, when the child reaches an
age when it should be able to control the
passage, it is yet afflicted with bed-wetting,
depend upon it, thecause of thediffi
culty is kidney trouble, and the first
step should be towards the treatment of
these important organs. This unpleasant
trouble is due to a diseased condition of
the tirlnevs and bladder and not to
habit as most people suppose.
Women as well as men are mauo unsal
able with kidney and bladder trouble,
and both need the same great remedy.
The mild and the immediate effect of
Swamp-Koot is soon reanzeu. ins sum
by druggists, in titty-
cent ana one-aoiiari
size bottles. You may E
have a sample bottle
by mail free, also a Homo ot 8wamp-Rx.
pamphlet telling all about Swamp-Root,
including many of the thousands of testi
monial letters received from sufferer
cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer & Co.,
Binghamton, N. Y., be sure and mention
this paper. Don't make any mistake,
but remember the name, Swamp-Root,
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the ad
dress, Binghamton, N. Y., on every
There was quite a Crowd out to hear
Mr. Gary, from Texas, preach here last
fcmday. Mr. Gary is a good speaker
aud handled his subject well,
George Kayler and daughter, from
Enstein Oregon, are visiting friends and
The ball game last Sunday between
Molalla and Cam was a hot one. It was
a tie game, but tha way it was umpired
the Carus b ;ys ought to have beaten the
Molalla boys at least 3 to 1. We were
not present but were informed by sev
er al spectators that decisions weie re
peatedly made Against Molalla that they
weie unfair There ate some good play
ers among the Carus boye,
The Molalla boys were to have played
at Cauby on the Fourth, but their pitch
er was hurt while pitching Huuday'a .
game and will be laid up for some time.
JesBe Baghy was unfortunate enough
lo lose his entire bee yard In the moun
tains coueisting of Borne 41) stands ol
bees. It seems as though a huge bear
had discovered that the hives contained
honey j when his appetite prompted he
would proceed to break into a stanu ana
devour the honev. He kept that up nn- '
1 1 the honey was all gone and then left
that immediate vicinity. .
Henry Bagby has been very sick at
the home of his mother, but is improv
ing at pi esent.
Mrs. M irv Robhins aM Mrs. Lizzie
Trullinger ha l a lei. plione call from
Oiegon utv i.. ft hunday to visit Mrs.
Shaver, nee Uu.tter, who is very low
Farmers in this viclmtv arn preparlnf
to commence hay biuvsi, but the
weather at present does no'. hok very
favorable for haying.
W. A. Shaver is in the mountains
boning afier bis cattle and ben
. X. Y. Z.
cause of Disastrous Sto ins.
Tbe severe storma and fl 6da which
have created havoc in vannus portio a
of the country, bring tbe question home
to us in this valley, as u the cause.
The possibility is that iu time to come
we may have sncti visuatious ourselves
in a more diretn1 form than ever knew
them. The denuding of vast tracts of
country of trees greatly changes atmos
pheric, conditions A region ot the
country ouce coverea wun ;oresc, v men
held moisture, thereby cooling the air,
now treelexs and p.ircjieil with beat,
hecomes covernd with a heated atmos-
phersso failed with elecincity as to
easily produce cyclones Ihe clearing
up and cultivation ot Urms, and the
putting In a great numher ot drains, in
reclaiming land, make It possible for
rainfall to quickly escape from the soil
and hence the rapid riseof streams, the
flooding of Vst tractH of uouwry in the
lowland)-, the loss of life Ir -in these over
Hows and the damaire to prupercy reach
ing inio the millions of dullars.
Jyamst is Coming on Jipm
And you will soon need NEW HARVESTING
V MACHINERY. Fairclough Bros. & Company are
headquarters for all the latest improved harvesting
machinery and . guarantee their goods to give satis
faction. A full line of hardware, tinware and almost
anything from a threshing machine down to a knit
ting needle, is always kept on hand. Your patronage
Mitchell Wagons k-v i In stock and sold at Portland Prices
Tairclougb Bros. & Co., main stmt, Onqon dtp
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Tote Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. o
Seven Mffiea boxes told b put 12 month. This S!2?iatcre, -r
b Two Days.
on ever v
To th HnnnroMe Contitv O nirt of thn Btata
Omgoii for wo omuiy uli.Uik turns.
we, uiu uimcrsiKueii citixrim itui leni vntera
In Ohwpkii m clur.l Cluckaiiius mil in y (ir-nou,
rfijcif ully petition iIiih couit tid pmy t)int a
llf'OlllMJ be Ki'ttllU! to H. JrtCi)H0-t to Hll ftnif jiu-
out, iiitwt and viiiouh iii(iiur ni Oswego, Oregon
lu less iiimutitit than uuu gall'iu, for ihe period
01 011B year, j Buhl 11. Jacqiu living fulverliHerl
legal niiuoe or iii iiiteiuinii to apply lor nick
iliaiixo in mild ureclniit nnd will apply U the
County omrton AiiKUet 5th, 1IMJ.I; that ilia pmyer
CO u U l in d lu Ulil pUlUou may bo gimutud:
JoteoMh niehnpr.Henry Ounn.l'.Pollaert. Ilenrr
Lueg, J. H. Manning, Peter Keymr, N. K.
(Jooii.T. H. Vail, W.H. Yalta, Joa lionall, I. M.
Kwl'ig. UlaiiKen, r.n imvm, u. . walling,
II. hauling. A. Anilemon, 1'. Lioulej, M. iJld.un.
T, echaupi'r, Pavlil mcNangnr, J. II. 1'latt, W.
B. Plait. Win. Malre, John MoUnlre, I. B. brnall,
A. Ball, A. Tapfi-n, Joiopb Wuell, W. L. Hnidow,
John Krlokaou, D. II. 1)khIiwu, a. J. Da?lloo,
U. C. Worthlnaton, C. H. Nixon, George Nagle,
J. J. Johnaon, J Ball, Aleck Kaiikln, D.Howell.
K. t W'.rJiinnton, L. Ilalllnau, U. 0. bullock,
o. A (IraTenhiirat, H. Flail, J. K. McOuKheoii, i.
Kiickaon. J. h. L. Iavla, Henry Mllta'al, J. C.
lunula. Il'Iiry Koanig J. H. Loauy, J. B, Kit tehee,
Andrew Mckum, J. Il'lloogliv, 1. J. Whlttakar,
K. J.Piirrahioek, Wm. Wortliinglon, J, J. Boy
Ian, K. Caurand, Joe Zlvnt y, A. Nelnoa, F. W.
Wanki-r, U. 0. tthaver, 0, N. Blvert, Hlraru PnUt,
Oourad Meyer, W. K. Wanker, K. Woxxlard.
Ckarlea Uniahong, T. J. Brown, John A bran,
(.'. Bandatrom, C. N. Haines, Onarlea Winner,
Joaeph Leinery, Wan Urostioug, Uermaa
lioenig, d. u. irvinR, k. k. i:uou &innona Hw
ney. J Klzer. Diirwnrd H. fox. J.J. K. nam. 1.
0. Harrlnglou, W. U Uaris.W. L. Barr liigtou.
lump ruiiaru, A. i, uarnngton. '
Blackhodi, plmplet, grey f .ci-i rd muddy
comolexlooa which alflao ooinmou anionic w
m",eve!lally glrla at a certain ag'e, destroying
I unty, dliflgurlng and making rei.nlnlva, fas
tuiea which would otherwlaa appaai attractive
auri reflnwl, lndlratt that the liver la out of or
der. An oocaalinal dose of Herblne will eleanaa
th-- bowela, regulate the llyer and to entabllah .
clear, healthy eoinplexlon. 60c. Bold by Chat
man 4 Co.