4 OREGON CITY COURIER, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27 1903. Pe-pu-na Promptly Saved Her Life. Jbout Fo-r'a-j:a us a Kome'ly for All DUousos of Winter, Coughs, CuhU and Catarrh. That Verona cures catarrh, coughs, colds, is well known to both the dBtiical profusion and t!ia pcoplo generally. It is undoubtedly the most jr;:tllar remedy i-.v this class ': diseases in existence. Koad the following s tfiters: Vru-na Cure a Cold at the Outlet. 3f2s K. M. Isaacs, Armstrong, Pa., ' ; Tf 4-PrcsIdcat of the Fortnightly Club, writes . Sb one who ha9 tried the comforts yernna brings would ever bo without it. . I rod to dread the slightest cold, as its twnsequences were so lengthy and so -measant, and the catarrhal condition 'tfeich Invariably followed so hard to Sstrid of, but since I have known of the fcaasert relief secured through the use of JPnsuna, I am free from all this unploas- i. uno6s and suffering. t -4 BELLE conamon throw oft any relief wat n "A few doses never fails to cure mc of a cold and I keep well through its use." Miss . M. Isaacs. Hon. W. J. Purman, ex-member of Congress from Florida, writes from 1428 Q street, N. W., Washington, D. 0., as follows : "From representations ' to me and my own experience I feel Justified In recommending your Peruna to any and all persons suffering with catarrh, nervousness or stomach troubles. 1 , regard It as a great tonic and remedy WHAT PEOPLE SAY WHW PMl Ia li to t Holiday Fkwnl Yon Waal Md, i hn Goods that are made by a reliable factory and sold by a firm with a long established reputation,. We have teen in the jewelry business in this city for over twenty years and certainly have stood the test of time Our business is built on honor, and sustained by appreciative patrons Our stock has always represented a higher standing each year Our customers have the assurance of standard, unvarying quality, and as you do not pay any more than you do at other stores without an equal reputation, the matter of choice should be easy & We have been preparing for months for this year's holiday rush, and in looking over our immense stock, You Will Hot Tind it Difficult to Select Jlppropriate &fts Our assortment of Diamonds and Rare Gems, Watches, Jewelry, Pieces of Rich Gut Glass, Fine Chinaware, Optical Goods, or something in the line of Silver is absolutely complete in every particular Such gifts as these are handed down from generation to generation. We invite you to see our now, and a small deposit will secure any article until the holidays. THREATENED WITH CONSUMPTION. Miss Alice O'Neil, 812 Adams street, Brooklyn, K. T., writes : ' cannot say too much In favor of Peruna. About a year ago I was completely worn out, had a serious cold and a bard cough which seemed to be In danger of affecting my lungs. If my system had been In a stronger it wouia nave been much easier to this cold, but I could not seem to set until 1 took Peruna, and I must say aid tne work thoroughly. Within a week I coma see a wonderful Improvement, and I took Peruna four weeks and am In perfect neaitnnow." 'ALICE O'NEIL. for such afflictions. I, and others to whom I recommended It, are using it now with beneficial results." W. J. Purman. - If you do not derive prompt and satis factory results from the use of Peruna write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a full statement of your case, and he will be pleased to give you bis valuable ad vice gratis. Address Dr. Hartman, President of The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, Ohio. Making Burmeister & Andresen. r PERSONALS 2 Mrs. Millie Martin, of Aumsville, Oregon has been visiting her daughter Mrs. noy ruson uunng me paBt ween. M.Hnrias a tirominent farmer of the New Era neighborhood was in Ore gon City on business on Tuesday of last week . C. M. Bonney, of Hubbard, was a visitor in Oregon City on Monday of this week. He went from here to Port land . Steve Hutchinson's brother together with bis wife and two child'en, are his guests at bis home near Shubel and will remain over for Thanksgiving. Mrs. J.T. Ross, of Marquam, has been visittng the family of 8. T. London in Oregon Uity during the past ween. Mrs, Ross returned home on last Mon day. ' A. M. Kirchem, of Logan, was in Oregon City attending to business early in the week. Mr. Kirchem is one of the county's most substantial citizens and clever gentlemen. Orene Cutting, of Molalla, a pros oerous farmer of the Molalla prairie was trading in this city last Satur day. Mr. Cutting reports every ing and everybody in and near Molalla aB being prosperous. . A. J. Hodge, of Canbv. while in Oregon City on business Monday en rolled himself on the list of Courier sub scribers. He is a solid substantial citizen and the county would be better off if we had more like him. John Harmes, who lives out from Aurora on the road to Macksburg was attending to legal and otber business in Oiegon City on Monday. Mr. Harmes lives in one of the very best sections of the county and is proud of the fact. James Howland, of Ilwaco, Wash ington, has been visiting his old home near uregon (Jity, during the past ten days. He has been workiiig in a wod camp at Ilwaco and iB getting good wages. He will shortly return to the woods. August Funk, of Redland, who claims the distinction of coming to Oregon City but once in twelve mouths, was in town on Monday meeting old friends and making new ones. Mr. Funk is a prosperous farmer and is a webbfoot who believes in his country. James Wilson, of Clackamas, who is one of the old time farmers of Clacka mas county, was in Oregon City on Tuesday and . paid the Courier office a pleasant visit, renewing hia subscription to the Courier for another year. Mr. W iUon has the distinction of being one of the oldest subscriberslthe Oourier has on its books as he has not missed an is sue of the paper since its beginning twenty years ago- " Mr. N. R. Lang, resident manager of the Willamette Pulp and Paper Co. , who with his wife attended the funeral and interment of Orestes Pierce, presi dent of the Company at Oakland, Cal., last week, returned to Oregon City on Wednesday morning and resumed his duties as manager and resident director at the Willamette Mill. Mrs. Lang will remain in California during the winter. a Choice. Ed Olds has moved with bis family from the West Side to Oak Grove. 0. W. Riseley. of Milwaukie, was in Oregon City on business on last Satur. iky. Leo J. Rosenstein U borne from the Oregon Agricultural College at Corvallis to spend Thanksgiving. L. T. Harris, speaker of the Oregon House of Representatives, was the guest of Ex-Sheriff J. J. Cooke. Sunday. I. S. Miller, of Hubbard, who op erates a large sawmill in that neighbor-1 hood, was in Oregon City on business ; early in the week. Mr. Miller is one of the old and most respected citizens of Clackamas county. Among the boys of Oregon City that are attending the various colleges who I are home for ThankBgiving are: Jack Latourette, of the Kate University at I Eugene; Gord' n Moores.ofO A. 0 , nt I Corvallis; Merrill Moores, of State Uni-I versity and George Sullivan, of Mt. Angel . J. A. Thayer wrib formerly resided in Oregon City and for a time was in the real estate business here but who is now located in Modesta, California, was in Oregon City winding up his business affairs in thin part of the world last week. Mr. Thayer is in the real estate business in his adopted town in Californ ia and is very mnch pleased with the state of his adoption. He lived in OlackamaB county for twenty-eight years, Rev. Father Hillabrand who left Oregon City last spring for an extensive trip to Rome and a visit to many of the chief points of interest in the Old World arrived at borne in Oregon City on Wednesday evening. The Rev. Father has had a very enjoyable trip abroad and has added much to his vast store of information. He comes back to his people better equipped for hia life's work and will take up at once bis charge of the church at this place. J James Fegles, of Bull Run, Or., was in town on business on Wednesday. Mr. Fegles does not come to Oregon City very often especially in the winter sea. son. be says there is considerable ex citement in Lis neighborhood just at the present time as some company which so far has refused to disclose its name is making surveys for a water plan! at that place. The new company, whirh is namele s, has taken options on very considerable property and claims that it is going to expend two millions of dol lars in developing the water power of the Sandy and erecting mills, etc. Mr. Charles T. Pembroke and family passed through Oregon City on Wednes day bound for the Dalles in Eastern Ore gon. Mr. Pembroke has resided at Canby or near there for the past twenty years and married bis wife in that neighborhood . He has rented out his ranch and expects to find a desirable location East of the mountains and there permanently reside. He makes this change on account ot bis health. For a number of years be has been an acute sufferer with Asthma, and the damp climatic conditions of the valley seems to aggravate the disease while the dry atmosphere of the eastern part of the state is almost a sure cure for istbma. He has the good wishes of Mb mauy friends for his success and prosperity in his new home. substantial, lasting, frequently line. Selections may be made ,22? P. P. Murphy, of Mulino, apromin t and .respected citizen of that parti cf th county was in Oregon City on 1 ast Saturday attending to business matters. Mr. Murphy thiuks of disposing of his fine ranch at that place and locating in Oregon City. He is an Ohioan by birth and regularly sends the Oourier to his brother atNe v Comers town in that state. While Mr. Murphy never expects to return to the state of Oh io to live, he is loyal to the place of his birth and thinks Ohio is one of the greatest Btates in the union. Steve Coleman, of Sandy, was in Oregon City Wednesday on business connected with the Barlow road. Mr. Coleman has operated the) Barlow road across the Cascade Mountains for many years as a toll road. In the summer season the roa J'is kept in a fairly good condition but in the winter and rainy season the road is abandoned on account of the snow and the winter storms, the snow at mis season oi tne year being from five to ten feet deep on this old trail. The recent wind storm blew some two hundred trees acrosB the road, and blew all the planking off of one the bridges, so Mr. Coleman will have enough trouble on hiB hands next spring when he begins to get his road in condition to charge toll again. For a wagon and a two hof se team to cross the mountains on the Barlow it costs $2 toll. The road runs within three miles of Mount Hood. It's folly to suffor rim that horrible plugue ot the night Itohing piles. Doan'a Ointment oures quickly and permanently. At any drug store, 69 cents, Classified Advertisements. For Sale Thoroughbred shoats, boara and sows. Also two good short horn bulls, high grade. I live on the farm of George Clark near Logan, Or. Address Peter Smith, Oregon City, Or., R. F. D. No. 2. Money to Loan 7 per cent interest al lowed on money left with me to loan. Piincipal with accrued interest returned upon demand. Abstracts furnished. G. B. Dimick, Attorney-at-law, Oregon City, Ore. A Snap to an Immediate Buver 20 acres well-improvod land, 4 1-2 miles from Oregon City and 3 1-2 miles from car line ; good house and barn, etc ; fine new school house on place, 1 1-t miles from a creamery ; good range ; must bo sold now. For Sale at a Bargain. Homestad re linquishment to 160 acres, open but un improved land in Clackamas county. Good soil and finest stock range in the county for either cattle or sheep. Will sell cheap or trade for Oregon City prop erty. Address Box 64, Oregon City, Ore For Sale I have for sale four miles from Oregon City on the Aberrathy crek, a nice little farm of 20 acres. Twelve acres improved and will pro duce from fifteen to twenty tons of hay each year. Also a few. acres for the plow. We desire to sell this place to pay our debts and will Bell it for $800, cash in hand. L. Oollette, Oregon t ity, Oregon. YOU KN8W WHAT YOU ARE TAKING When you tak Grove's Tastelew Chill Tonlo be cause 'he 'ormula Is plainly printed on erery bot le showing uiatit is slmpfy Iron and Quinine In t ueiws form, N Care, no pay. Sue.