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TCUKP.LV-TOI.D TALKS UP TUB WtKK OUINIIH.
Taken to Aeylum,--1i. Annie 'hu.
42 yrur ull, nf Hundy, wa committed lu
the Hlntc Insane asylum at Halcni Thura
duy afternoon lifter an examination run
din l. il dy llr. W, 15. Curll. Mm. Cliuaii
la a native of Wlaconsln and her Insanity
la emotional In Ita form.
Man of Bra Steal Wire. - Harvey K.
Croaa, of liludslonc, report Hint un un
crupiiluu Inillvlilunl, having neither I h
four of (lul nut' man, oiik night recently
entered ila yard and appiuprlntrd anil
rnirlrd away Jito f.--t nf !-fooi wire
frnrliiK wllh which the ChuutuucU pro
moter hud lntin-! to enclose hl real
d nre property.
Mercantile firm Incorporataa. Arlli h-a
of Incorporation for the lltirlim Mwnin
tile Company have been filed with County
Clerk Sleight. Th" company, which ex
pects lit transact a general mercantile
bnslnra at lliirtoti, Clackamu county, la
mcorpoiutcd for 110.000, ami thn Incur
poratui re: K. Tl Ilurghiirdt, A. II
lull and C. A. Iluighordt.
Dancing Party. - lnvltallona wire thla
week leaned ly the Vado Vwura for a
diinrin party I" "" given t Canemuh
Turk ti.nliilit. Frank Newton and l,Hy
StlpP have taken thn Initiative In alurt
Ing thn social llfi' of thn city for the -prouehlng
winter und thn dum n litiilarltt
Will be thn tllt aorlnl function of thn
vraann. Mr T. A. Pope, Mra. Chaa.
Albright, Mia K. A. Hummer and Mra.
I I.. I'lrknia will serve aa palruncaaca
and n very enjoyuble time la In prospect,
McLrn Hat Bean Arrested. Frank
Mil.cimi, rtn litor of thn Wllholt
Hprlnga. wa at reeled Monduy on a war
rant Issued out of Justice Htlpp' court,
charging him with assault und buttery,
tlm complaining witness being Frunk
Holt. M'I.eiuna irlnl hiia been act for
next Tio-aduy. Aboul two work lfO
Holt entered the grounds lit thn rnaort
alter having hern notltlcd hy Melanin
to keep off tin- prrtnlaca Thn rcaull wa
thnt hn wu ejected from thn groiinde
om.-whut forcibly und It wu In thn
struggle that attended th I that Holt
wua struck ovi-r tlm head with a cfcib In
thn hamla of Melanin. Thn j.ropi Irtor
o( thn resort hud hud warned Holt not to
r.imn onto tlm grounds any morn for
the r-iiaon thul hn ausiiectcd him of
biliglng imiaona of undealnible mpula
tlon. hut Holt pcralHtRd In vlaltln thn
rrani'l anyway and It waa In coniwo,urnca
that thn trouble bctwnm the mtl n-aticd.
Wllholt Haa Poat.-Mln.ral water
at thn vnrlooa aprlnira and aummnr rraorta
huvn varlona pinpnrtlna. 8omn aprlnfa are
noted fur po.-aaln wonderful halln
qimlltlea. othera urn rnmemberid chiefly
beraiian of the beauty of thn acenery
with they ar aurrounded. Wllholt
Hprlnita, In thla county, which la noted
for both thn heallna; propnrtlea of Ita
wnler and the h.Miuty of thn acenery,
haa developed mill another dlatlnct char
acterlatlr thla year when It actually pro
duced a poet. Thn Individual upon whom
thla plum hna Imatowed au h unuaual
Innplrutlon la fhaa. Hchramm. of Orefon
Thy, a aomple of whoan poetic produc
ttona It waa thn writer' plcnaurn to re
view on day recently. Mr. Schramm la
a proficient painter, anmpba of hla work
eln In evidence Hit over Oreon t'lly,
but ludnlna; from thn ability hn hna ahown
In hla Initial production along literary
line. It III a aitfn waajnr thnt morn will
be heard from him lJ thla Matlon In thn
future. Thn title of hla flrnt effort I
BnJmln Ralata Another 8tory.-In
a cult filed for divorce acvcriil dnya ao
by Mury A. lloydMton aalnt llenja
mln F. Iloydatiin. thn woman chnrged thn
hiiHbijnd with refiiRlniC to provide for
the upporl of thn fnmlly. thnt he bn
cume ahlftleaa and wna not what a lovlnic,
dutiful nnd attentive father ahould be.
Mr. Iloydntiin. the peraon thua complain
ed of, tlirooah hla attorney. N. I- Hutlnr,
yintenl.iy tiled an nnawer to the wlfc'a
alleKiitlona. lie ndinlta all of the fuel
pertaining to the ninrrliiKe of hlmaelf and
plaintiff, hut tiKBcit that hn hna at nil
tlmifi miide proper and adequate pro
vlnlon (O far aa he waa nhln for the up
port of the family, that the wlfn I tint
UKKieamu- ami to lilnnie In the contro
vcrny that ha ltn Introilnced In the
court In that aim commuted wilful and
pr meilllute.l ili notion when die left the
family home In I'olk county ncalnat the
KlBll und without the procurement of
the defendant. Hoydnton aitk thut the
cuntody of the live minor chlldien be
iiwarded to hlmaelf for the reaaon that
the woman la not n tit pcrmm nor la alie
able to Hiipport and provide for them.
Dlmlck lell Livery Stable.-I) II IHm
bk. proprietor of (hn 1'Jkhurn lively
alalile, thla week dlnpoaed of thn IminI
neaa to lliuce .umwalt and Wm. J.
Wllaon, both of thla city, who auri ceded
to thn manaKement yeaterday und will
condui t the liualnena. Thn conalderntlon
mimed waa fL'ktfi.
Property Applied on Judgment Juda"
ineut by default hiia been entered In the
Claikamn county circuit court In thn
ui tlon for money brotiKht hy the Wuah
Iukioii l.lipior Company aaulnat J. K.
Ilulemaii and othera. Thn action wua
hrouKht to recover on a claim for $101 7X
und 111 Internal. lroNtrty belonKlng to
the defendant and located at Ktacada
hn been applied In cancellation of thn
Read th Argonaut Anion the lead
Iliac feature of thn Argonaut for AuKUat
2th, will be "The VImt," an unuaually
atronit (tory of frontier life; 'DieanK
Fulfilled In Venice," a letter In which
(leruldlnn- llonner deacrlbea thn dellxhla
of that city; "I'chlyama aa an Imperson
ator," a letter by Helen Hyde, who tell
of IntereatlnaT event and condition In
Japan; "I'uKun Ixmdon and Author,"
from the Ara-unaut Ixindon correepond
cut. "Cia kalKiin," who dlcuat the. view
In which author urn held by the imart
aet In Umdon; und a crltlclam of Arnold
Uuly In liemurd Hhaw "Candida" at
the Columbia Theatre, by Joaephlno Hart
Gained Flrat Plae. Thn member of
tlm tin-gun City hon team returned the
flmt of the week from Atorla where
tlu-v anlned flrat plain III the hoe race
at the Itegutta. They have ampin cauan
to return aomewhat Inflated for at the
tournament they won two Urate and two
avonda while the celebrated Aetorlii ag
gregation took two flrat und only one
aet-ond. liealdi-a winning a greater
amount of prlie money and more place
than did the lad by the ara, the Oregon
Clly boy feci eapedully proud of thn
fuel thut they t-amn out winner In the
chitmplonahlp menthe New York tet
which wa the prlnclpul event of the
Will Make murvav Latr. Buperlntend-
nnt Field and other officer of the South
ern l'aclllc company were In the city
lunt Thuraday afternmin looking over the
compuny a trncka and other property In
ion eiiv awer'tiilnlna thn company'
right and the right of Individual pre
liminary to Bdjuatlng the matter of right
of way with the city authorllle. The
party wa accompanied by a urveyor
and It wn expected that a urvey of the
railroad premlaea would be made In con
Junction with City Knglneer Hand of
thl city. Mr. Kami had not been noti
fied and waa not In the city. o that the
urvey will have to be made at omo
Waa Fined HQ.00.-J. C. I'arker, thn
young Portland attorney, who wa ar
reded aeverai day ago. charged with
aaaaultlng little Fanton at Harlow, waa
allowed to plead guilty to lmple aaaault.
Talker wa luken to Canby and anulgned
before JuRtlce Knight, thn committing
maglatrute laat Thuraduy evenli.i.
I'le&dlng giillty to the aubdltuted charge,
fine of 110 waa lmpoed and thla thn
young man paid, going to hi Portland
home on the overland trln. An In
veatlgatlon of the caae by Deputy I'roae
cutlng Attorney C. Bcbubel revealed that
I'arker wa not guilty of the felony with
which he wo charged, the girl having
excitedly exaggerated the fact In dat
ing them to her father, who wua the
Accident In freight Yard. There came
near being a need for the Hoolhern 1'a
clflo company' wrncklng train In thl
city lad Thuraduy. A a aouth bound
freight entered the local yard, the brake
un thn cahooaa struck the guard rull at
the entrance of thn ewltch. tearing It
from It place und forcing It along he
ni iilh the coach. The heavy rail torn up
the eii' Hi und mutilated a number of Ilea
until thn water tank wu reached, when
tint mlitplaccd ral' securely caught
and the unnatiirul lever ruined lh couch
Into the air, when the rail snapped In
two. Thn car fell hack iiarely onto
thn rail, while the plccca of the broken
rail dropped free of the truck, ulherwlae
a derailment would have been the cer
tain product of the accident.
We offer One Hundred IXilluri ri wrtrl
for any man of Catarrh thut cannot lie
cured by Hull' Catunh Cum. F. J.
CIIKNKY CO.. Toledo, O. '
Wn, thn underalgned, have known V.
J. Cheney for llm laat IS yean, and Ix
llev him perfectly honorable In all bud
nea tranaactlon and financially able to
curry out any obligation made by hi
firm. Waldlng, Klnnan ac Marvin.
Wholesale Druggld. Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure I taken internally,
acting directly upon the blood and mucous
urfuce of the sydem. Tedlmonials
sent free. 1'rlce 7&c per bottle. Bold
by all driiKKld.
Take Hall Family Fill fur conatlpa-tlon.
WHAT WILL THI WIATHER BET
. Department of Agriculture Pr.
diet September Condition. '
General Crop Report Favorable tem
perature prevailed during the week,
which wa dry up to the evening, of the
J7th when cloiullneH Increuaed und (how-
ra and Ihnnderd.irni occuired marly
everywhere In the northern porllnn of
Ihe date. The ruin Were rather light
In the vnlley. hut fairly good amount
fell In the foothill and moimtnlna. These
rain eleareil the ntinoHpliere of amoke
und were benellcliil to late crop, but
more ruin I needed for potatoes, garden
and pud ill-age. Tli fall wheat crop
ha been cut, thi'Hhed and a huge part
of It hauled to the warehouae. It turn
ed out very aatlsfuctorlly In nearly all
part of thn Ktate. Spring wheat cutting
la well njong, and In the Willamette vnl
ley. It In practically completed and modly
nil thruHhed. Hprlng wheat and out are
yielding better thnn expected earlier In
the aeiinon. hut both crop are below the
average In auuntlty. though uliove the
average In quality. Corn I doing m
marknbly well, and tht planted early I
now being harvested. Hop are maturing
rather lowly and picking will not lie
come general until next week. Thn crop
promise to be lighter than luat year,
but with favorable weather from now on
the quality will be above the average.
Faduragn la very ahort. and except In
tide land neutlon. dairy herd have to
be fed about a much a In mid-winter In
order to keep up the flow of milk. Apple
and peaches are rip and plentiful In
the market French prune will yield a
full crop, but the Italian are the llght
eet In year.
Wat Not Very Inaan.. An nttenipt waa
made thl week to have committed to
the date Insane aaylum P. J. Howermun,
of thl city. The complaining wltnea
wu the man wlfn and the woman wa
the only wltnea to testify ugalnd the
man at the examination of the caae
which wa held before Judge Hyan Mon
day afternoon and continued until Thura
duy. The wife teatllled that both her
elf and the children were afraid to
live any longer with the hueband and
father, but that waa the bulk of her
teatlmony. In hla own behalf. Itoweimau
teKtlHcd thut he had un Irritable temper
that hud been grevloiialy aggravated of
lulu by Interferrliig ncipialntuiiccH. Do
mestic infelicity, rather than mental In
flrmlty. appeal to be figuring somewhat
In the effort to get the old man tempora
rily out of tliu way.
Saya Wife Wat to Blame.-S. It. Kent,
who waa recently made defendant In a
divorce ault brought by .Mary II. Kent,
has tiled an answer through his attor
ney K. P. Morcom. of Wooilburn. About
the only thing In the wife's complaint
that lh defendant luhnlt a the fact,
are those pertaining to the marriage of
the pintle In Wu. He any Ills wife
has brought the suit In older that he
may be decreed the exclualve owner of
the property they cull home and eject
him In his old age und slate of help
lfHiif therefrom. Kent also charge
the woman Vllh applying to him epi
thets that would not sound well at an
veiling reception and says that she In
cited the children to become rebellion
and disregard the mandate of the hus
band. All of thJ, defendant allege,
made life decidedly unpleasant for him
mid he ask that tho decree of divorce
b made In hi favor.
The following dutn, covering a pedlod
of i'i year have been compiled from the
Wnulher Ilnreuu record at Portland,
Oregon. They are Issued to hoW the
condition that have prevailed, during
thn month In queatlon, for the abuv.
period of year, but mud not be con
strued a a forecaat of the weather con
dition for the coming month.
Month, September, for 32 Yeir.
Mean or normal temperature, 61 deg.
The wurmeet month wa that of 1 .
with an average of 60 deg.
The voided month was that of ls:5,
with an average, of 67 deg.
The hlgnVxt 'temperature wu 93 degree,
on the 11th, 1M.
The lowed temperature waa 38 de
gree on the lat. 1M.
Tho earlleat dule on which llrd "kill
ing" froal occured In Autumn, Oct 13.
Averuge dute on which first "killing"
frod occurred In autumn, Nov. IS.
Average date on which last "killing"
frod occurred In spring. March 17.
The luteal date on which lad "killing"
frost occurred in apring. May .
Precipitation (rain or melted inow).
Average for the month, 1.82 Inches.
Average number of day with .01 of
an Inch or more, 8.
The greated monthly precipitation wa j
I :5 Inche In 1KM. I
The leaat monthly precipitation wa ,
0 00 Inchea In 1873.
The greateat amount of precipitation I
recorded In any 24 consecutive hours
wna 1.27 Inches on the 20th and 21st
Thc greateat amount of snowfall re
corded In any 24 consecutive hours (re
cord extending to winter of 18S1-8S only)
Clouds and Weather.
Average number of clear duya. 12; part
ly cloudy days, 10; cloudy days day, 8.
The prevailing wind have been from
the northwest. The averuge hourly ve
locity of the wind 1 S mile.
The hlgheat velocity of the wind waa
16 mile from the south, on the 2d, 1897.
Station, Portland, Oregon. August 27,
HOWARD A. UEAIJ3.
lHatrict Forecaster, Weather Bureau.
FARMERS' CONVENTION CALLED.
Arrangement will b. Mad for an Ex
hibit at th. 190S Pair.
The (la'kams county court has Is
sued an official call for a convention of
the farmer and producers of Clacka
mas county to be held In this city on
Thursday, October 6, when details will
be completed for the gathering of an
exhibit of the a-rsources of the county
for the I-ewla and Clark Fair. After
reciting the facts concerning the offer
made by the Lewis Ic Clark C'omrala
alou to encourage the making of county
rxhlblta, the rail ay:
"Where, The County Court of Clack
urnas County, believing that we have a
county second to none in the State of Or
egon In It rraource and product, and j
that It would be of great benefit to th. j
aid Clackama County and It people ,
that a full and complete exhibit of said j
product hould be made at said Lewis ,
and Clark Fair, and fully realizing that j
to make such an exhibit will require the
hearty co-operation of every cltlxen of '
the county; therefore, be It I
Revolved, That an Invitation be ex
tended to the citizens of every precinct
In Clackama County, and to every
Grange, club, society or aiaociatlon In
terested In aald matter to select dele
gate to meet with the County Court In
the Courthouse on Thunday, October ,
at 11 a. m. , for the purpose of formu
lating plan and measures that will re
sult In the gathering and placing on ex
hibition a said Lewis II Clark Fair a
full and complete exhibit of what w.
raise, make and have In ' Clackama
There are no restrictions aa to th.
number of delegates that may be select
ed In tho various precinct or bodies to
to attend thl meeting and a cordial In
vitation 1 extended by th court to all
citizens Interested In this work to attend
aid meeting and by their preience, ad
vice and co-operation aaalit In the pro
motion of Its object
W would also request all farmer.
miner, manufacturer and mechanic to
preserve samples of all product that wiU
aalt in making a nucleus for a credit
"Now good digestion wait on api .
tlte, and health on both.
If it doesn't try liurdick Blood Bitter.
HUNTLEY BROTHERS CO.
POPULAR PRICE DRUGGISTS
Yog can't tell either fey looking at a prescription
or fey tasting it whether it haa been filled corectly
or not yog masf trast entirely to yogr draggist.
If Huntley's label is on the package yog may
feel safe and sore. Twice the price couldn't
make it better. if if if if if
We make a specialty of unusual perfumes
the rare and imported kinds that are not
found in most drug; stores. Our line of
perfumes will appeal especially to those
fastidious folks who wish to affect a dis
tinctive odor unlike those in everyday use.
The popular and latest creations of Piver,
Roger and Gallet, Violet, Lautier, Rick
secker, Atkinson, Rieger, etc j
Cytise, Violet Faraese, Am
bre Roy ale. La Trefle In
carnat, Peag d'Espagne,
Chypre, Ylang-Ylang, King
Violet, Gyp, Ariston, Ma
dame Butterfly, etc., etc
No need to fear audden attacks of
Cholera Infantum, dyaentery. diarrhoea,
summer complaint of any sort If you
have Ir. Fowler's Extract of Wild Straw
berry In the medlrlne chest.
Notice Is hereby given that Matthias
Kundle, the duly appointed, qualified and
acting administrator of the estate of
John I Scott, deceased, haa filed his
final report of his doing therein, with the
clerk of the county court of Clackama
county, Oregon, and the court haa et
Monday, the 29th day of Auguat. 1904.
at the hour of ten o'clock a. m., at the
court house In Oregon City, Oregon, a
the time and place for the hearing of any
and all objection to the aid final report
and the discharge of the said adminis
trator. Dated July 20th. 1904.
MATTHIAS KANDLE, ,
Administrator of the edate of John L.
G. B. DIMICK, Atty. for Administrator.
Notice Is hereby given that the under
signed have been appointed Executor
of the Estate of I.ulah Toedtemeier. de
ceased, by tho Count;- Court of Clack
amas County, Oregon.
All person having claim against the
said estate are hereby notltlcd to pre
sent the same to us for payment with
in six months from the dute of thl notice
with proK-r vouchers at our place of resi
dence near Stufroid. Clackumas County,
CHARLES KOEI.l.ERM EIER.
Executors of the estate of I.uluh Toed
Hated Auguat 18, 10"l.
ARE YOU THINKING OF
BUYING A WATCH?
If so, do you know enough about watches to make a safe purchase ? Re
member that we arc an old reliable house, that we have been in the watch
business for many years and that we make a specialty of repairing watches
and thereore are in a position to know all about them. :: :: :: ::
Rev. Hammond Return. Rev. 1". K. :
Hammond, rector, of St. I'mil's Episcopal ,
church in tills i'1'V. has ivlm ncd from i
San FruiieiM'o wlure h- wns i ailed us u
witness for the (late iinalnst ltenjumhi i
V. (lerniulii. the alb K'-d blgiinilnt. Rev.
Hammond officiated at the ceremony In
thl city In January. I!W. when tier
main married' Wife No. 1. It 1 the
opinion of the Oregon City clergymnn that
although the case wu not concluded
when he left SaiiFranelsco, there I little
question of a doubt but that Cermaln
will le convicted of bigamy. Rev. Ham
mond sa.v the residents of BunKrunclsco
are making elaborate prepuratlona for
receiving und entertulnlng the Knights
Templar In their grand Conclave In Sep
tember. Neither pains nor expense are
being neglected In decorating the city
lavlshlv and arranging the detail of the
j entertainment of the visitor.
Sealed bids will be received by the un
dersigned until September 1st. 1904. for
furnishing Oregon City with 500 or more
cubic! yards of crushed rock. All bid
most ta,te the price for rock delivered at
the cnnher nnd the price delivered upon
the rond. Tho Com It tee reserve the right
to reject any or all bid.
E. F. 8 TORT,
II. E. STRAIGHT,
Committee on Streeta and Public Prop
erty. Address all bid to Wm. Sheahan,
Chairman of aald committee.
July 27, 1904.
We recogniie that we tout be honest with you to retain your patronage,
a we are here to stay and to make good our guarantee. We carry the largest
stock of Watchea and Jewelry In Clackama county.
These are some of the reasons why you should make It a point to see ua
when you want to purchase a timepiece or. have It repaired. Our Watchea are
made in solid gold, gold filled, silver and nickel In the filled we sell the Boss
make. It is made of two layers of solid gold, with a layer of stiffening metal
between. It haa the elegance and weiring qualities of an all-gold Watch, and
the price is much leu.
We have Nickel Watchea from
$2.00 to 110.00.
Gold Filled Watchea from
., --1 tA
Solid Gold Watchea from
Burmeister & Andresen
The Oregon City Jewelers
Suspension Bridge Corner
Iliicklen'a Arnica Salve wholly cured It
in five days. For Vlcer. Wounds. Pile.
it is the best salve ill the world. Cure
i guaranteed. Only "Set. Sold by How
ell Jones. Priigglsts.
It Saved Hi Lea- .
P. A. Danforth of IiGrande. Ga., uf
fered for lx month with a frightful
running oie on hi leg; but writes that
"Just In the nick of time our little
boy was saved" write Mr. W. Wat
klns, of Pleasant City, Ohio. "Pneu
monia hud played sad havoc with him
and a terrihle cough aet In beside.
IsH'tor treated him. but he grew worse
every day. At length we tried Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption, andour
darling was saved. He 1 now sound and
well." Everybody ought to know It, Its
the only sure cure for cough, cold and
all Lung Disease a. Guaranteed by How
ell ft Jones , druggist. Price SO cent
and tl.OO. Trial bottle free.
SALZU, OREGON, SZPTZUBZR 12 fa 17. 1904
Good attractions, splendid racing, best of band masic,
fto.cxx) in premiums, magnificent stock show. A fine
camp ground with room for all, fresh water piped into
the ground, plenty of shade, good street car service and
lots of entertainment and education for every holy.