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OREGON CITY COURIER, FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 1904
NEWS OF . THE COUNTY
There it cornea again soTe rain, yet
not too much ; crops growing fine and
nearly everybody planting potatoes.
We are eorrv to state that Mr. Kreuder
it on the sick list 1
J. F. Fisher, captain of Shnbel base
ball team, played with the Highland
team Sunday. lie was sorry to say it
was a victory for the Highlanders, tne
score being 6 to 7.
G, Cummings has moved his family
into bis nev residence near the sawmill.
The Doerst sawmill is running full
blast at present and will soon have lum
ber for the market.
Elbert Larkins and John Fisher at
tended the dance at Beaver Creek and
report a good time.
F. Fisher is erecting some buildings
for Mr. Baul Improvements of this
kind help to make our community at
tractive to visitors and homeseekers.
Makes a Clean Sweep.
There's nothing like doing a thing
thoroughly. Of all the salves you ever
heard of, Bucklen's Arnica Salve is the
best. It sweeps away and cares Burns
Sores, Biuises, Cuts, Boils, Ulcers, Skin
Eruptions and Piles. Its only 25 cents
and guaranteed to give satisfaction by
Charman & Co. Druggists.
A. J. Johnson had the misfortune to
have a cow get her leg broken.
Mr. Bonney has a telephone connec
tion from Redland to bis sawmill.
Jacob Babler made Logan relatives a
short visit while on his way to Alaska
to fill his position as superintendent for
the Alaska Packing Comcay. Miron
Babler has also gone to Alaska tor the
Mr. Wold, the egg merchant, gets all
the hen fruit he can handle now on each
An agent was here last week offering
to sell tickets which would entitle the
holder to $8 worth of photographs for $2.
An easy way to make $G, surely, and
the agent only charged 60 cents for wear
and tear of his shoes.
The Safe and Sure Kidney Remedy.
The surest and safest remedy for all
kidney and bladder diseases is Foley's
Kidney Cure. It will cure slight dis
orders in a few dtys and will cure
Bright's disease and Diabetes if taken
in time and even in the most advanced
stages it never fails to give comfort and
relief. If you notice any irregularities
commence taking it at once. Sold by
Huntley Bros. & Co.
Politics is warming np the native sons
and daughters in grand (Jrder.
J. C. Hall informs us that he will sell
his farm and go out of business. There
is a bargain for someone wanting a good
We learn that Uncle Davie lays the
nomination of Hanna knocked all the
Republicanism out of him.
Mr. Hostetter aad C. Bonaker are op
in the mountains this week erecting a
house on the former's homestead
0. T. Kay is assisting Mr. Dodge in
moving the shingle mill across the river.
They expect to have the mill in operat
ion in the near future.
The Bong of the fake agent and the
road surveyor is again heard in the land.
Some say truth is stranger than fic
tion. The eleven faithful held anothei
meeting at X roads in the interest of
spirits and Republicanism. As the
spirits in the doctor's jug descend
the spirits of the eleven faithful rise ami
the campaign waxeth warm.
I know a jolly old maiden lady
A lady of high degree,
Who never goes to bed without
A drink ol Rocky Mountain Tea.
We visited Hubbard one day last week
and called at the home of Mr. Speight to
use his line imported horses, ami we
muHt say that both his Cisriimu coach
and his black rercheron are two of the
finest horses ever brought to the racitic
Indications show that Herman Uarmes
is going to break up the old maids'
Eight cents a pound is
what a young woman paid for
twelve pounds of flesh.
She was thin and weak and
paid one dollar for a bottle of
Scott's Emulsion, and by tak
ing regular doses had gained
twelve pounds in weight before
the bottle was finished.
Eight cents a pound is
cheap for such valuable ma
terial. Some pay more, some
less, some get nothing for
their money. You get your
money's worth when you buy
We will send you a little
SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists,
409 TeasJ Street, New York.
, 50c.. and J 1. 00 all druggists.
A family reunion was held at the
home of Mr. and Mrs; John Da mm on
the eveniug of the 23d in honor of Mrs.
Damm's 39th birthday. The young folks
made merry until a late hour when all
went home happy.
Alex Oassaday, of Union Hall, is vis
iting friends at this place.
Will Heinz, was called to the home of
his sister, Mrs, A. H. Reynolds at
Lents, Ore., last week on account of the
illness of one of the letter's children.
The sawmill firm of New Era will
commence their drive of hardwood logs
down the Molallajthis week.
Suffered for Eight Months.
I can heartily recommend Acker's
Tablets for Dyapepnia and Stomach
Troubles. I have been suffering for
eight months and tried many remedies
without any relief, until I got Acker's
Dyspepsia Tablets, which I used only a
short time acd am now perfectly well.
Thanking you for the soeedv recoverv.
' I am gratefully yours, Francis I Gannor,
ley Bros. & Oo.
8end to W. H. Hooker & Co., Buffalo
N. Y., for a free trial package. (Noth
ing like them.)
Farmers are crowding their seeding as
fast as possible. A few will finish this
week. Fall wheat and winter oats are
making rapid growth. Clover will be a
heavy crop from all reports. Stock is
picking up fast as the grass is good.
J. L. Udell is slashing brush for Thos.
Wiles on a part of the C. T. Howard
Dee Wright and wife have moved into
the J . E. Coatea bouse.
Potato planting and making garden is
the order of the day.
The heavy frost last Friday night
did some damage to fruit.
Otis Morris was on our streets Mon
day with a fine "rig" and he was not
Miss Nellie Bogue, of Portland, is
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Hannagan for a
Wm. Morey is buBy grubbing and
blasting out Btumps on his farm.
Billie Austen was a pleasant caller
Miss Lillian Gans, of Clarkes, was
visiting Mrs. Silas Wright Saturday and
Grandma ' Wright, of Portland, is
visiting relatives and friends here this
Mrs. Dee Wright, nee Miss Cora Ross,
is teaching two months more of school.
Look out for the new buzz eaw next
week. A new belt has been put on and
they are all kumtux.
DoeBn't it beat all at the sound advice
a newly married couple get? But it is
mostly hot air with now and then an
axe in it for improvement.
May success attend the new editors of
., Sylvian -
Chronlo Bronchitis Cured.
"For ten years 1 had chronic bron
chitis so bad that at times I could not
speak above a whisper," writes Mr.
Joseph Ooffman, of Montmorenci, Ind.
"I tried all remedies available, but with
no success. Fortunately mv employer
suggested that I try Foley'B Hpnej and
Tar. Its effect was almost miraculous,
and I am now cured of the disease. On
my recommendation many people have
used Foley's Honey and Tar, and alwavs
with satisfaction." Sold by Huntley
Bros. & Co.
Get . Randall Jr., returned last Wed
nesday from W illamette University at
Geo. Brown purchased the Lottie
Casto lots in New Era last week.
Among those wl o visited New Era
last Sunday were Meiers Dave, Jr. and
Jonah I'ennnian, Herman and Oscar
Burgoynu, Mr. Homgurtner, and Mrs.
Anna Wright of Portland, Mr. HolmeB,
E. Bradtl and Miss Knight, of Oanby,
and Elmer McArthur of Oregon City.
Dr. Canto Bpent Saturday night with
Mr. and Mrs. Burgoyne.
Mrs. Slyter and Ilo.el visited friends
in Portland Saturday and Sun lay.
Mr. Veteto and Huury Scheer traded
wagons last week.
Mr. Mulloy resigned as foreman of the
Dovernbecker mill last Wednesday.
Mr. Dustin is r.ow in charge and will
have the mill running again in a lew
Mr. Oan snider, tf Portland visited
Mr. and Mrs. Bradtl last Thursday.
Makers G. E. Penrod and ChaB.
Barker, of Kcmoma, Ind , are vniting
Messrs Jackton and Slyter for the pres.
ent and they are ell pleased with what
they have seen of Oregon, and think
that they will locate in this country.
0. Graham, of Butteville, made a two
minute visit id New Era Sunday.
Mrs. F. Chiun Ib on the sick list this
R. J. Brown is getting from 100 to 120
doxen eggs per week at present and has
had as high as 20 doien in one day,
Who says bens do not pay?
Elmer Lucas thinks Bradtl's lane is
the finest place on earth to ride a bike.
Ordinary household accidents have no
terrors when there's a bottle of Dr.
Thomas' Electric oil in the medicine
chest. Heals burns, cuts, bruises,
sprains. Instant relief.
Jack Wolfer, of Oregon City,
calling on Needy friends last week.
Farmers are all rushed with work, es
pecially those who have hop yards.
Mr. Sutherland and his boys are
working for Ed and Sam Miller.
Mrs. Noreland and daughter Lela
went to Woodburn last Sunday on a
visit with friends.
Car Utah Land
Otis Townsend and Mr. Zimmerman
have traded horses with each other and
both are well satisfied with their trade.
Miss Alice Ritter, teachei of the Mun
dorf school, came home on a visit last
John Stridden butchered
last week for the market.
Leonard Wills and family, of Aurora,
visited Mr. Zimmerman last Sunday.
Uncle Henry Wolfe made a business
trip to Canby last Saturday.
Remember the dance 'Saturday even
ing, the 30th inst.
Grange meets next Saturday in
Ben Wolfer and wife went to Barlow
las'. Sunday to see their daughter Lizzie
who is working there.
An entertainment was riven in
Thompson's Hall by a colore ! couple
last Monday evening. It was gpod.
Sciatic Rheumatism Cured,
have been subject to fciatic rheu
matism for yearB," says E. H Waldron,
of Wilton Junction, Iowa. "My joints
were stiff and gave me much discomfort.
My joints would crack when I straight
ened up. I used Chamberlain's Pain
Balm and have been thoroughly cured,
have not had a pain or ache from the
old trouble for many months. It is
certainly a most wonderful liniment."
For sale by Geo. A. Harding. y
The revival meetings at the church
continued all through last week, and on
Friday night a church was organized
with over thirty charter members.
Sunday night the Lord's Supper was
celebrated and quite a number were
Mrs. Brown, of Polk county, came in
last ween and is visiting at the home of
her cousin, Mrs. Jessie Hamilton, a"d
enjoying the company of her son Roscoe
who has been attending school here this
Myrtle Holmes has been absent from
school two weeks on account of being
severely poisoned with poison oak. She
is now improving nicely.
Last Saturday Miss Wilson with her
Sunday School class of boys, and Mrs.
Hamilton with her class ot girls, went
to Portland and spent the day at the
park and the museum. There were 26
in the party and at nignt when- they
came straying home, tired but happy,
they all reported having had a splendid
The game of baseball last Friday be
tween Barkley High School and Park
place school, waa an easy walk-over for
our boys, the score being 35 to 7 in favor
of Parkplace. ,
Miss Georgie Walker was married
Sunday at her mother's hone in this
place, to Mr. Wm. J. Hugglns, of Eagle
Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Huggins left
Monday afternoon for Milwaukie to visit
friends, and later expect to go to Sell
wood where Mr. Huggins has . employ
ment. Mr. H. A. Start, of Portland, former
pastor of Parkplace and Clackamas, at
tended church service here Saturday
Mrs. Ada Hall is visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Matt Huerth.
Mrs. Sladen, of East Gladstone, is
having her house repainted. '
Quality considered, our prices are the
lowest. Miss Goldsmith.
Nothing Equal to Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for
Bowel Complaints in Children.
''We have used Ohambei Iain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in our
family for years," says Mrs. J . B. Cooke
of Nederland's, Texas. "We have given
it to all of our children. We have used
other medicines for the same purpose,
but never found anything to equal
(Juamberiain's. it you will
directed it wilt always cure."
by Geo. A. Harding.
use it as
There seems to be more ot less agita
tion among the residents of East Glad
stone concerning the attempt of the
Gladstone Real Itstate Association to
collect a per-capita cow tax. When the
residents of Gladstone purchased proper
ty there, one of the glittering induce
ments held out to them was the promise
of free p.iBturage. As a resident of
Gladstone remarked today the Asso
ciation seeiiiS to take a keen delight in
springing some new thing on the peopU,
As far as heard from the people will not
pay this tix and very much regret the
publicity given the matter by the Asso
ciation in the Evening Telegram, as they
are badly enough handicapped now with
out any of this Kind of advertising.
Serious Stomach Trouble Cured.
"I was troubled with a distress in my
stomach, sour stomach and vomiting
spells, and can truthfully say that
Chamberlain's Stomacn and Liver Tab
let" cured me." Mrs. T. V. Williams,
Lainsburg. Mich. These table's are
guaranteed to cure every case of stomach
trouble of this character. For sale by
Geo. A. Harding.
J. A. Adair dlsd last Thursday eve
ning of heart disease. Deceased was a
native of Illinois and moved to Oregon
in 189.). Mr. Adair was a man highly
respected by all who knew him. He
was a member of Harden Masonic
Lodge No. 44 of Mount Sterling, Illinois.
The deceased leaves a a widow and two
sons, J. W. and E. H. Adair, of Canby.
The funeral was conducted by the Ma
sonic Lodge, and tte interment was at
The I. O. O. F. celebrated the 85th
anniversary of the Order by having a
smoker. A Urge crowd was present
and a very enjoyable evening waa spent.
Mr. and Mrs J. S. Dick and Mr. and
Mrs. Howard Eccles attended Grange
at New Era last Saturday.
Rev. Stratford U attending the M. E.
Conference at Los Angeles.
Rev. Brownrigg closed his series of
meetings last Friday with a debate with
Plaster, Holmes, Parkplace
Why our Vinol is the Greatest
Health Restorer and Strength,
Creator Known to Medicine.
Because Vinol contains in concen
trated form ALL of the medicinal cur
ative elements found in cod liver oil,
Jut without a drop of oil to nauseate
and upset the stomach; therefore,
wherever old-fashioned cod liver oil or
emulsions will do good, Vinol will do
far more good.
Because we have never sold anything
fn our store equal to Vinol to restore
health and create strength for old peo
ple, weak, sickly women and children,
nursing mothers, and after a severe
Vinol cures hacking coughs, chrome
colds, bronchitis, and all throat and
lung troubles. .
A prominent physician writes:
"Vinol is the most palatable and
valuable preparation of cod liver oil
ever compounded. I now use it entirely
in all cases where I formerly depended
upon old-fashioned cod liver oil and
Try Vinol on our guarantee to return
your money if you are not satisfied.
HUNTLEY BROS., Druggist.
Oregon dtp, Ort.
an Adventist minister in which Mr.
Brownrigg won with flying colors. He
is an excellent minister and his meet
ings were,, well attended. In the eve
ning a st'ereopticon entertainment wan
given which was well received.
Shirley Buck, the genial editor ofthn
Oregon City Courier, was in town Sat
urday shaking hands with his many
friends and gathering in subscriptions.
Canby wishes you succesi in your new
venture, Mr. Buck, and we feel assured
that your paper will gain in DODularitv
and public esteem.
J. J. Miller died Saturday at the resi
dence of nis daughter, Mrs. S. . Terry.
Mr. Miller was a native of Virginia, but
he has lived in Oregon several years.
His death wae caused by a cancer. The
remains were interred in Zion cemetery
Henry Knight is buildina a new
building on the lot adjoining
the hotel. The building will be 32x34,
and when completed will make that
part of the block look much better.
Half the building twill be used bv our
enterprising butcher, Jacob Schmitt.
Mr. Schmitt is using the building of Mr.
Zollner on First and B Sts. for a meat
market while the new building is being
Mr. and Mis. Slavin and Mr. and
Mrs. Clark Terry attended the funeral of
the late J. J. Terry Sunday.
The new livery barn is rapidly near
ing completion. When completed it
it will be occupied by Messrs. Otis Mor.
ris and B. H. White, who will pnt in a
new set of the best rigs and teams.
Card of Thanks We wish to offer our
sincere thanks to all who showed us so
much sympathy and aid in our late be
reavement and who attended the funeral
of our dear father. 8. Terry and family.
The rapidly .decreasing ranks of the
G. A. R. were still further decreased by
the recent deaths of Mr. Adair and Mr.
Miller. Both these men shouldered
arms at President Lincoln's cali;for vol
unteers and served their, country well.
Let us rember both these departed ones
when we strew our flowers on the graves
of our honored dead.
The steam shovel returned from South
ern Oregon Tuesday, and will at once go
to work with a full crew in the Canby
pit. Extra teams will be put on and
Oanbv will get the benefit of a good
sized pay roll. Jack Howard, Andy
Knight, F. A. Weed, Sam Phegley and
Charlie Tackleson,. of this place will
work on the shovel.
- Mr. and Mrs. Tom Shockley were
Portland visitors Tuesday.
Oarl Lucke has accepted a position as
clerk in the stoieof Carlton & Rosen
krans. Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Wait visited the
II. K. Stosdil, of Portland, was shak
ing bands with Canby friends Sun
Card of Thanks We desire to return
our heartfelt thanks to the friends and
neighbors of Canby, who so kindly as
sisted us during the sudden illness and
death of our beloved husband and
father. Mrs. Mary A. Adair, John W.
Adair, Edwin H. Adair.
A Dczen Times a Night.
"I have had kidney and bladder
trouble for years, and it became so bad
that I was obliged to get up at least a
dozen times a night,'? says Mr. Owen
Dunn of Benton Ferry, W. Va. "I
never received any permanent benefit
from any medicine until I took Foley's
Kidney Cure. After using two bottles,
I was cured." As a preventive and cure
for Bright's disease and Diabetes, Fo
ley's Kidney Cure is unequaled. It
quickly cures all kidney and bladder
troubles. For sale by Huntley Bros. &
W. H. Savage, of Portland, was shak
ing hands with friends in this comma
nity last Sunday.
Born, to the wife of Harry Kinder, on
April 25th, a daughter. Dr. Stuart in
Frank Albright and children spent
last Sunday at Midway, near Portland,
with his mother and brother.
Mr. 8malley and family are moving
into Mr. Locke's new house. J
The Sunday school lesson Bible read)
ing is at Mrs. Currin's home this week.
Miss Hattie Betbke, of Portland was,
the guest of the Misses Francis last Sat
urday. Myrtle Lodge No. 24, D. of H., will
hereafter meet on Tuesday evening in
stead of Friday evening. The next reg
ular meeting will be held .Tuesday eve
ning, May 3.
Mr. Dammon, his son-in-law and
daughter, who live in the Brooks house,
have secured employment in the factory.
The son had the misfortune to have the
end of his little finger cut off Tuesday.
Oregon City Bicycle
and Sun Store
Only Exclusive Sporting Goods House in Clackamas Co.
Rambler, Cleveland, Crescent,
" : : ,
31 full line of Tish'mq tackle,
q joam nan uooas ana Dicycie sundries x
g Guns, Revolvers, Ammunition, Cutlery.
We have the best equipped Repair)' Shopjin the 5?
county and can do your work at right prices. Repairing
n all lines. 5l
Te Want Your Trade ,
At Harris Grocery
And are going to make special
inducements to close buyers.
Cash and Small Profits is Cur Motto.
:-:We Are In a Position:-:
14 & & Q A a t0 save you from 10 t0 20
J B Per cent on undertakers sup-
TAJ Phes',of whi( e carry a
; s v )JH.JLrl
, , 'W' "V '
WWffl&Em middl? men t0 P. own
fSZic our own herse, and will treat
you fair. One price to all.
R. L. HOLMA.N, Undertaker and Embalmer. .
Office one door south of courthouse, or at cigar store op
posite Bank of Oregon City.
A New Home Industry
The Cascade Laundry
Does not wear out or destroy your linen
Our Wagon will call for your soiled linen each week and
deliver your laundried goods to your home. Pferfect satisfaction
F T inHMCriM n .
C. W. Ktllf
SUCH CELEBRATED BRANDS AS
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Imported Scotch and Irish
CORNER SEVENTH AND MAIN STS.
Columbia & Imperial Wheels
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complete stock. We are
under small evnpnup TT,
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RED TOP RYE
Whishys and French Brandies