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OREGON C!TY COURIER, FRIDAY. TANUARY 29, 1904
M2 1-2 Coturress St.
T - r'" "i Uftini. ucc. 17. IBM.
, t i iuouioinfl i ever used
f.f "0W ""eof I speak. I ,u f .
Jered for mn months wilt suppressed
men stma.fi An . ...r.
. r dujquiiwt pros
?SLe- p"n would .Loot through
tXS?Vnd, ,ide U would h.r.
blindin li-adiwhes. My limba would
STni'i U(an.d IJWOttld '1 "VeSk I
eould not stand up. X naturally felt
discouraged for I seemed to be beyond
tne hp n nt v.k.taJ.' i. i .... -
n.-i F"j"iiua, out nine Of
l. r " wiu-bbdq to me. i
lelt a change for the better within a
wee. After nineteen day- treatment
.bv.uii,bu wiinoui sunering the
agonies I imually did and aeon became
regular and without pain. Wine of
kttIrmls 8imP1y wonderful and I wih
that all suffering women knew ot its
Treasurer, Portland Economic League
Periodical headaches tell of fe-
millfl Wpnlfnnao Wt.m n A..I
...... ,ttj. 1 1 vl uaiuui
cures permanently nineteen out of
every twenty cases of irregular
menses, bearing down pains or
any female weakness. If you are
discouraged and doctors have
failed, that is the best reason in
the world you should try Wine of
Cardui now. Remember that
headaches mean female weakness.
Secure a Si. 00 bottle . Wine of
The ermine garb of winter baa spread
its mantle over all the tree tops and
The thermometer registered 23 de
grees. Charlin Dickey is out again after his
Lionel West has been seriously ill,bnt
is slowly improving under the skillful
treatment of Dr. Strickland.
Friends and relatives from Washing
ton and Iowa are visiting tbe Lock fain
- ily. They will remain about a month
J. Lewellen want out to Molalla Tues
day. Prof. Ogle, of Molalla, was transacting
business in town Tuesday and Wednes
day. Maple Lane Grange was well repre
sented at Pomona Grange last Wednes
day at Oswego. Fifteen members were
Harvey Everhart, of Molalla, was
transacting business in this burg Tues
day. Snowballing is the order of the day
Among the youngsters.
A. 8. Canman, Chicago, writes March
4 1903; "Having been troubled with
Lumbago at different times and trid one
physician after another; then different
ointments and linami'Uts. gave it up al
together. So I tried once more, and
got a bottle of Ballard's Snow Linament,
which give me almost instant relief. I
can cheerfully reccommend it, and will
add my name to your list of former
sufferers." 25c, 60c and $1. Charman
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned ad
ministrator of the Estate of Sarah J Fanchur,
Deowised has thi day filed his final account
with the County Court of Clackamas oouuty and
jjtate of Oregon and th.it the said Court has set
Monday the 1st day of February 1903, at the hour
of ten o'clock a. ra- of saiJ dny as the time lor
hearing the said Rcpirtaud objections thereto if
any there be at which time all person interested
are hereby notified to bo present before said
i Administrator of the Estate of
Sarah J. Faucher, Deceased.
Date Dccembsr 31, l'JU3. ,
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Notice Is her by given that the undersigned
executor of the estate of Ella Wllhelm, deceased
bas fllsd his final report in the County Court of
Clackamas county, Oregon, and the said court
has set Monday March 7th, 1904, at the hour of 10
o'elock a, m of said day at the Court house in
Oregon City .Oregon as the time and place for
hearing any and all objections to said Final Re
port, and to his final discharge as Executor of
Dated January 25th, 1904.
' DOCK W IX HELM,
Executor of estate of Ella Wllhelm deceased.
O. D. Eby
Counsel for Kxecutor.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is hereby given th-t the undersigned h
been duly appointed by the County Court of
Clackamas County, Oregon, administrator of t he
estate of Robert Bonald, :deoeased, late of said
oounty and state. All persons ha-ing claims
juralnst the estate of said rteoendent are hereby
notitled to ale the same, duly -erilled according
,to law, with my attorney, C. H. Dye Esq., at his
.office. Comer of Sixth and Main Bts., Oregon
City, Oregon, within six months from the date
"'lUed oTtton City, Or , Dm. 24, A. D..1903.
1l'a HUGH FRANCIS RONALD.
Administrator of the nVtate of
Robert Bonald, Deceased.
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for
the county of Clackamas.
Bertha Hioolson, plaintiff Tl Daniel Mcolion,
To Daniel Nleolson, defendant,
. u-qui. nfnmann . won mrp hpre
In the name oi mo -
, r.nnired to appear, and answer the com
iltn?2 ed against youji Ihe.boT.entllled court
WP,..V,VeX?, hofore the 27th day of February,
iJrndtl you fail - K PPr n,1 8W"
complaint, the plaintiff, will apply to the
rt for relief demand in the complaint, lo-wit:
Court lor reueio.,,,, dln-olvine the
tK.nd.oj' matrimony now ., , b.reen th
Thr.I8ummons,ls published by order of the
This bummoiie. i- ,,,,, th -aid eonrt
Hon. Thomas ,h(.
of IhisMmmons notle than once a
52rt CtT. es."e weeks. Th. dau, of the
nS pubUcatiouoIUilJiummon.U Jaauary 15i
1W HEDGES St OBHTTTF,
Attorneys for Plaintiff
New of the County, as Gathered bq tbe
Frank Weed has returned from Salt
Lake City and is visiting friends and re.
lativeB in Canby.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Astman visited
Mr. Mcintosh started Monday night
for his former home in Iowa.
There will be a social dance in Canby
February 13. Everybody come and en
joy a good time.
MissYeva Knight is teaching this
wren in uie primary grades owing to
the illness of Mies Vesta Knight.
Several Canbv boys attended the
dance st Barlow last Saturday night and
report a good time.
The city council should see that the
gravel walk leading from 1st street to
the Christian church is repaired as it
was in very poor condition, and al
most like walking in the streets.
Revival meetings commences in the
M. E. church at Canby Thursday night,
January 21st. Everyone invited,
The gp psies paid the town a visit this
week, Several of the young folks ha
tueir lorttiues toitl . Most ol thein were
to have good luck or get married in a
One of our young men has bet a $5 hat
on a certain result. Let us watch.
Mrs. H. Vorpahl wa? in Portland
Mr. David Close.of Oregon City, visit
ed friends in Canby Tuesday evening.
Robert Vorpahl was a Canby visitor
Mr. bevans, of Hubbard, visited Mr.
and Mrs. Geo. Zeek Sunday.
Mrs. Penman, of Oregon City, visited
her mother, Mrs. Batten, this week.
The son of Mr. and Mis.Wilmer Fish
er, died Tuesday of Typhoid. The burial
was at Zion cemetery.
Geo. Holtzman was a Portland visitor
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Dick attended the
Grange at Nev Era last Saturday and
report a good time.
Cearles Bate?, who has been back
east tor the past year, has returnde.l to
Oregon and was warmly welcomed by
his many friends.
W. Bair, Oanbv's popular "spud"
buyer, is in the market at the top price
for potatoes and hay.
B. White and Willard Knight are
hauling hay from Carus to Oregon City
for W. Bair.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hampton are visit
ing with the formers parents, Mr, and
Mrs. F. Hampton.
Adam Knight, street commissioner of
Canby, is engaged in putting in new
cross walks on 1st street.
Miss Grace Hampton ia home from
Portland for a brief visit.
Miss Harret Bates waa a Portland
visitor last wtek .
There are plenty of ways of com
municating with outside world in Canby
now. Three lines of telephones since
mutal has come into town.
Mr. Cantwell is remodling the interior
of the store just vacated by Sutherland
and Randall, The building is to be oc
cupied by J. Newton, who will put in a
complete stock of candies andconfections
The S. P . office at this place was en
tered by robbers who, succeeded in tak
ing the sum of 72 cents, all in pennies.
An attempt was made to enter the poet
office but the robbers did not carry out
Meesrs Sutherland and Randall have
moved into their new store and have
a complete lin of furniture and hard
ware, tail and see the new aisp.ay,
When bilious try a dose of Chamber
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets and
realize for once how quickly a first class
up-to-date medicine will correct the
disorder. For sale by Geo. A. Harding.
Millionaire's Poor Stomach.
The worn out stomach of the over-fed
millionaire if often paraded in the public
prints as a horrible example of the evils
attendant on tbe popsession of great
wealth. But millionaires are not the
only ones who are ofllicted with bad
stomachs. The proportion is far greater
among the toilers. Dyspepsia and in
digestion are rampant among these
people, and they suiter tar worBe tortures
than the millionaire unless they avail
themselves of a standard medicine like
Green's August Flower, which has been
a favorite liouoiiij.d mmedy for all
stomach troubles for over thirty five
years. August Flower rouses the torpid
liver, thus creating appetite and insur
ing perfect I'isjestion. It tones and
vitalizes the nvslem and make life worth
livine. no matter what your station.
Trid bottles, 25c; regular size, 75c. At
Charman and Co.
Pound Fine Coffee
Pound Equity Blend.
Pound M. & M., Fine Flavor.
We have a line of Tinware at Cost
We have the Walla Walla Flour.
We have a fine line of Sugar Syr
ups. We have a full line of Canned Goods
We have Pickled Pigs Feet and
MILES & McGLASHAK, Proprietors.
Cor, 6th and Main Sts.
Phone Main, II4I. OREGON CITY.
Miss Lillian Newton has just closed a
very successful term of school at Oak
Grove on Jan. 22, and gave a very pleas
ant entertainment on Saturday night. A
very elaborate program was rendered by
the scholars especially Henry Egger.
After the program the meeting was
converted into a basket social. Over $8
was realized out of the sale of the bask
ets, even Uncle Jim bought a basket, the
owner of which was a pretty girl, but
she weighs about 175 pounds, so Jim
failed to go home with her for the roads
are quite muddy and Jim thought it
would be too much of a load to carry
across the mud.
H. Grimm, one of our most highly re.
spected citizent. an aged gentlemen,who
wts recently deprived of a home by a
divorce, has returned to Texas to reside
with his oldest children. May his labt
days be sunny and happy.
Wm. Yohann, a leading carpenter of
.Portland, and his little daughter are vis
iting his brother, Fied Yohann, and
mother, of this place.
Mr. Klaus is making some good im
provements on his place in the line of
grnbbing and fencing.
Mr. Wilson's new house is about com
plete, and bis carpenter, who is
Mr. Osterholz is getting to be quite a
favorite amorjg our old maids.
To strangers it would look like our
burg is doing a rushing business by the
way the roads are lined with telephone
wires. What does it mem, competi.
tion, opposition, or contrariness? Our
burg now bas three lines to Canby aijd
Our friend, Silvia, makes a good auc
tioneer when it comes to selling pfetty
BANNER S A LVE
tha most hsaling salve in the world.
Zb Lucky Star
The Star Wind Mill. Every
"point" of it the. best.
Ball Bearine, Easy Ruinlag,
Galvanized after naklag, pre
venting rust. "Star of all Stan"
the 8 tar Wlidlll.
BUGGIES WAGONS IMPLEMENTS BIGYGLES
Don't wait for rain to plow
l iuw wneu its uiy.
You can with the
Sanders Disc Plow
No ground too hard, j
Mo ground toociry ;
the Sanders Disc Plow;
The disc plow Is far ahead of the moul-i
board plow. A trial will convince you!
Mr. John H. Cullom, editor of tbe
Gai land, Texas, News, has written a let
ter of congratulations to the manufac
turers of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
as follows : "Sixteen years ago when our
first child was a baby he was subject to
croupy spells and we would be very un
eaey ubout him. We began using Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy in 1886, and
finding it such a reliable remedy for
colds and croup, 'we have never been
without it in the house since that time.
We have five children and hnve given it
to all of them with good results. One
good feature of this remedy Is that it is
not disagreeable to take and our babies
really like it. Another is that it is not
dangerous, and there is no risk from
giving an overdose. I congratulate you
upon the success of yoUr remedy." For
sale by Geo. A. Harding.
is displayed by many a man enduring
pains of accidental Cuts, Wounds, BrniBes
Burns, Scalds, Sore feet or stiff joints.
Bat there's no need for It. Bucklen's
Arnica Salve will kill the pain and cure
the trouble. It's tbe best Salve on earth
for Piles, too. 25c, at Charman & Co,
Courier's Able Corbs of Corresbonents.
Henry Osterholz has just returned
from Macksburg, where he has built a
new residence for Mr. Wilson of that
John Schwabauer has gone to Park
place on business.
Mr. Scoggins and wife, of Aurora, visit
ed his parents here last Sunday.
Dve Yoder and family, of Mark's
Prairie, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Zimmerman of this place,
Mrs. Sturgia is improving his place
very much by digging out the old apple
Rudy Ritter is quite lucky this winter
in his trapping. He has caught several
mink, a coon and now has a fox, which
he it.tends keeping for a pet,
Ed Miller made a business trip to
Butteville one day last week,
Charles Wolfer is working for his
brother-in-law, Coleman Marks, of
Marks Prairie at present.
Mr. Stouffer, one of Needy's most
esteemed citizens, will soon leave for
Alberts, B. C, where he intends to make
his home in the future. It is regretted
that a men of his integrity and worth,
has decided to leave our community,
and while we are very sorry to see him
go we wish him unbounded seccess. For
a good man is a credit to any com
munity whether he obevs the will of
King "Edward or bows to the dictates
of Uncle Sam.
A roan, one-year old heifer strayed
about September 1st from my place;
branded "T" on right hip. Liberal re
ward paid for recovery of the heifer by
J. M. Tprner,
CHASE PLOW f
Come and get one, take it out
and try it, ifit is not al
right bring it back. YOU
KNOW vre could not say
this to you if they were not
i Improved Manure Spreader
! Wltf iprnd any and ill kinds of minurt thick or
; thin, broad-cast or In rows; Increases th yield
per acre sufficient to pay (or the machine In a
i short tine.
Best results cannot be had without manure
spreader and the original Kemp made by Kemp
and Burpee Is the best of them all.
Send for circular answering all the question9
you can possibly ask.
Oh, this beautiful snow I Listen to the
patter on the roof and window pane.
Josh Gor bet was seen noting the im
provements in our burg lately.
John Wright was trying to locate
some landmarks, but the improvements
here were too much for him.
C. B. says he wants to get married,
That is well, Cal, but don't be haety,
you are your g yet.
Yes, we voted a five mill road tax.
Now, whether this is fair or unfair, let
us have some good roads in district 22.
ulr. and Mrs. Bonaker took in the
sights at Oregon City Uie week.
Robert SnodgraBS made a trip to the
It matters not whether it rains, snows
or blows the Dodge shingle mill runs.
The young folks of our burg were ou'
some on fences and some on wood
piles listening for the wedding bells
Ob, that shingle saw does sing.
Scrofula,, salt rhonm, erynlpeliui and other dis
trassins; trnpUve diseases yield quickly aod per
manently to the clenalDg, purlylag power or
eurdock Blood Bitters.
There was some old settlers in this
vicinity that last fall, thought that from
all indications, we were going to have a
very hard winter, with lots of snow.but
so far they have mifsed it, though there
is time enough for snow yet.
W, Shaver has gone to his mountain
ranch to look after some cattle, that he
tailed to get out th:s fall. There fs about
20 head missing from thW section. There
is some suspicion that all or a part of the
missing stock have either been slaughter
ed in the mountains or driven out by
rustlers, at least no trace of them can be
Mrs. Mary Robbins has just returned
from a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Bur
ton at Forest Grove.
Mr. Dunton h is. just returned from
Kansas, where he went some time ago
to attend a son, that was very sick. His
son ffas taken sick wh!le attending
school at Rome place in K tnsas.
The new piano has arrived and re
quired about fifteen men and boys with
plenty of hard work and perseverance
to got it upstairs and into the hall at the
school house. It is a fine instrument
and a credit to any community. It was
bought by a joint stock company with
shares at $5. The money bas all raised
except about $10. In the evening of
February the 5th. a dance will be giv
en to pay the ballance on the instru
ment. The Russell Bros have about complet
ed their mill and will soon be ready to
pommpnoe cutting tins and lurobr.
The register blanks have been receiv
ed by Notary Dungan and the voters
that wish to, can now register.
Charles Leavitt is visiting his father
and doing some work on the farm.
There will be another shooting match
at Molalla about the 13th of February
ONE OF THE OLDEST,
BUT THE HOOSIER.
IThe MITCHELL WAGON
i MONARCH OF THE ROAD
j The best possible wagon that
lean be built. The materials are
jwell seasoned having been bought
:5 years antad ot requirements.
jThis alone means investment of a
jfurture in wagon stock.
Exnert labor wd In th rnnafnirt-lnn
j Their splendid reputation all over the
;country the Northwest In particular
demonstrates the fact that
MITCHELL WAGONS ARE ALL RIGHT
It is exceptional to find a family where
there are no domestic ruptures occasion
ally, but these can be lessened by hav
ing Dr. Kind's New Life fills around.
Much trouble they save by their great
work in Stomach and Liyer troubles.
They not only relieve you but cure. 25c,
at Charman & Go's drug store.
Who would k ecp their children In good health
should wak'b for the tint nymptome of worms,
and remote, them with White's Creura Vermi
fuge. It In the cMldreus' halt tonic. It geti (lis
postlon at work so thst tlii lr lood does them
good, and they jjrow op healthy and strong. 'Ms
at Uiariaan & Co.
1 THE COBWEB I
I Oreioa City's Leading Wlna Houte
I AH the leading brands of Cal- s
1 fornia Wines kept in stock.
2 Coma aid sea m. f
1 E. A- BRADY 1
DO YOTJ GET UP
WITH A IyAMB BACK?
Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable.
Almost everybody who reads the news
papers is sure to know of the wonderful
cures made by Dr.
Root, the great kid-
L ney, liver and blad
It is the great med
ical triumph erf the
nineteenth century ;
4 . . lljLi ui.uvcituaiLtiun
rt3! of scientific research
uy ui. is-umer, toe
eminent kidney and
bladder specialist, and is wonderfully
successful in promptly curing lame back,
uric acid, catarrh of the bladder and
Bright's Disease, which is the worst
form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not reo
eimmended for everything but if you have
kidney, liver or bladder trouble it will be
found just the remedy you need. It has
been tested in so many ways, in hospital
work and in private practice, and has
proved so successful in every case that a
special arrangement has been made by
which all readers of this paper, who have
not already tried it, may have a sample
bottle sent free bv mail, also a book tell
ing more about Swamp-Root, and how to
findout if you have kidney or bladder trou
ble. When writing mention reading this
generous offer in this paper and send your
address to Dr. Kilmer
& Co., Bingharuton, 1
N. Y. The regularf
fifty-cent and one-
dollar size bottles are E ot Swamp-Root,
sold by all good druggists. Don't tuake
any mistake, but remember the name,
Swamp-Root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
and the address, Binghamton, N. Y., on
Snow has come and gone agun, with
a few showers and weather fine.
Frogs are croaking and it seems like
cpring ia not lar off.
Several of thfl farmers have started
their plows agin and will not be long
until seeding will commence.
Stock have wintered well so far with
plenty of fnpd in t'm country our w'"Her
has been very mild and tha stock has
not consumed the amount of feed they
J. O. Morris is busy now breaking
his fine colt to drive, and work single or
The basket social at the Oak (irova
school house Saturday night was crowd
ed with younj and old and tbe sonzs
and recitations were fine. Miss Lillian
Newton closet a successful term of
school at that place. The net proceeds
of tbe evening was f 8 .20.
J. Akinsand Silaa Adkins' daughters
are improving fast. They had a Beige
of lung feyer.
John Rhodes ii overhauling the Inter,
lor of his house and will make It com
fortable, as the new addition will gift
plenty of room.
N. H. Darnall and son, Johnny, hava
their cattle out of the mountains and are
now on the home ranch. They got them
home just in time as tbe mow fell 10
inches deep at the mountain ranch.
Wasn't that a i'corker" when the end
gate of the wagon fell out and the youi.g
couple almost landed 13 the mud hole 7
Well, their small feet made them bal
Frame Bruner is able to walk aizain
after being laid up for three weeks with
a crushed ankle.
We are sorry to hear that 0. G. Holt
is dangerously ill at the home of Dr.
Dae Wriifhfc and Mat Hum lnft Hatnr.
day for the John Dolan ranch to take
care of the stock, as Dee Wright has
Doukiic tiie cattle.
Our merchant wants to dell nut na bio -
health is Quite noorlv and muBt have
a change of climate.
Lee Adkins is fencing in his nlace
with barbed wire.
The revival" meeting is still goinn on
at the Grange hall und will continue
this week. New members keep addlug to
the list. Kev. T. Wiles preached a very
able sermon Sunday night and was ap
preciated by the congregation, as he Is
our home minister. Revs. Blair and
Kay wood are forcible Bpeakers, and
should let their good work go on. I
would like to say to those who haye
joined the church that they have eyes
to see, hands to feel and hearts to lead
them forward. Keen on climbing as
you have left the wicked side ot the
world, and seeking (or that which is
good, grand and noble. Turn ye neither
to the right or left.
Notice of Ustray Calves.
I have taken up and have on my
place near New Era, two heifer calves
about two years old. They are red In
color, and one of them will shortly he
fresh. Owner can have same by proving
property, paying the expenses of their
keeping and also pay for the publication
of this notice.
W. M. Baomann,
New tra, Or.
Found a Cure for Indigestion.
I use Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets for indigestion and find
that they suit my caie better than any
dyspepsia remedy I have ever tried and
I have used many different remedies, I
am nearly fifty-one years of age and
have suffered a great ileal from indiges
tion, lean eat almost anything I want
to now. Gko. W. Emoky, Rock Mills,
Ala. For sale by Geo. A. Harding.
Heud model, sketch or tilioto of iUTt ntion for
free report on pntentHhllity. For free book
HowtoBecureTpanr; IIRDIO write
1'atents and I h M U t" W A R tV O o
Opposite U. S. Patent Office
WASHINGTON D. C.
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