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1 LARSEN & COMPANY
Cornar Tanth and Miln 61 rent 1,
Pay Cash for Country Product
and iall Qrocarlaa and Pood.
I SATURDAY SOUVLNIR DAY
I Wo want every liciUHwlf to
i roiiiu tit our atom to purchase:
I tliulr iipillia for Sunday. Willi
every bottloof iCxtraot purchaa-
ml in our atoro Saturday, wa
will kIvo away absolutely freo
I emu largo alzo trlul bottln of
'1 Vun Ouxer'a Vanilla Extract.
I These ar I ho Kxtrncta uwtd by t
Hie Govortimant and aro abao- j
luli'ly pure. Once tried--always ?
used, ('titmt ami see our dla-
piny of fresh frull ami veto-
1 allien. , 1
Mra, T. F. llowon la confined to her
lioiuo with a anvrro attack of lit grip.
Km 11k jKKKr, of Corn, waa among
Oregon t'lty vlallnra Tuesday. ,
W. II. Ltirke. 0110 of thu prominent
commission merchanta of Canby.' Waa '
In Oregon City Tuesday,
George U. Illmea, aecrulary of lUo
Un'Koii Historical Society, waa In tho
city Tuesday ou bualnos.
Mra. Clara Mtrtlu, of Bellwood,
spent Thuraday of laat week with ro.
atlvea In Cauomah.
Rev. J. W. Craig, of Molnlla, waa
In thla city Monday vlsjllng; with
Oregon Denial Parlor, over hard
liiK Drug Htorn. Kianilnatlon free.
Koll SALE Good Incubator. Inquire
U. T. I'avla, &th and Main St., 2t
Mis Llbknr. who la niaklnn her
homo In (loldt'iidttln, Wash., la In
Oregon City for a fw wii-ka.
Mlaa Carrlo I.ut vlalttd with Ml
U nnra llubitrt, of Portland. on day
Mra. I'nulluo Hrliwart, who la con
fined to hiT homo with putnimonla, la
MIm 8ulpa. of Corvullla, U vliilt
Inn with Mra. K. V. Itun.U. of thla
I). U Mnliicm, of Cortland, waa In
lrKiin City 011 l.imliu lunt wn.-k
la your farm for aali'T If ao, wrllo
to or rait on Tho Conant Itiialfy Co.
5. Alder St.. inland, i
John W. Dunrfard. of Claokamaa ,
llelishta la lyln very III at hla homo I
Mlxa Toouiath, who baa .been III
for the pnat week, resumed her mikI
tlon at the Courier unlet) Monday.
Henry Mlley. of thla city, hna open
ed a real estate and lonn ulllce In the
(lerllniter billldliiK, Portland.
Minn I'M na park, atenoxrnpher for
Huntley llroa. Company, baa reaumed
her poitlllou after a few daya' lllneja.
MImb Klhel (Iravea. of l'orlland. ro
turned to her homo Tueaday morn
ItiK lifter a brief vUlt with MIm Dolllo
J. N. Klllolt, one of the prominent
fiirmera of tho lleaver Crouk aeotlon,
waa In Orcoirn City on btiHlnesa Snt
urdny. Mr. nod Mra. Kurl Ciirdon, of
SprliiKfleld, Oregon, bnvo returned to
their home after a brief vlult with thn
former'a piirenta In thla city.
Kin 1 1 (iurdon, who hna been with
anrveyliiK party for tho United lull
waya, with headquiirtera nt (ilenwooil,
haa returned to hla homo here.
Mr. nmt Mra. Charles llnhcor-k and
MUa IelU McCurver. of I'ortlnnd, via
Ited lit tho home of Mr. and Mr. C.
C. liiilieork Sunday.
.Mra. A. II. Uimon mid daughter,
Clurlliel, of Portlntul, bnvo returned
home after vlHltlng with the for
mer'a mother, Mra. Iloalnn Koutn.
Mra. J. Ijiiuir and duiiehter, Murine
of Portlaud, apeut Sundiiy with tlto
A GREAT RAZOR SALE
0 $2.50 & $3.00 IMPORTED RAZORS
HcTTl for ft n
Full Hollow Ground and Sal Ready For Vtm
1,000 Pln Lmpurtd.! Knr.iim will ba placed on tale at UTc. ach. Theae
raaoraare from ne of the lending importer uf rmuri ln tlte llnlied HtHisa,
-Tho M. I,. Ilmaill Ciltlsrr Co., at NVw Yerk. Thry r all hKh grada aam
plaa. WaNe.11 red a bis allele at a ridii-uloiii flffnre. Tlie aoanrttiirm compriat-a
all the wrll. known nmk", InctiKting lh " Vi ad A Butcher " " llrantlt,'
"l-X I.," " Rogara," Woatanholm " Pipe Kaior, " Hrn-Hur," "Lawla," "llluo
5taal,'t ponalar hrnnda ol all the litmnnn itnikerH. In taut, wo have tiern letlinu
Ihe aame Idenllral raxira a hlith a 'i.'iO ami Kill) each. Kvery rateir la guar
aittend perfect. anil aet ready for tiae. Any ramir aold that does not uWr pe r
fect umiafacilon i-iin le'euhnni!ed. Wa call apcclnl ntlenllon to the IlkANOr
KAZOU, Tnla rnnr la tamparnl by a aecret prm-raa aanurlng a uniformity of
temper, and ! 'ally euaranlaed. Heirular price W Wj our price ia UTo. euth.
WE WILL ALSO PLACE ON SALE 1000 of tho Centime
Brandt Self-Honing Razor Strops
Theta Stropi aro aold and advartiacd every where at $2.
OUR PRICE 97C EACH .
The nrandt 5elf-Honln( Ramr Strop la the heat raaor
atrnpnn Ilia market tu-day. The only raaor atrop in the
world that honea and alropa your ramr at the aamo time
and enalilea you to obtain an edge which only an experi
enced barber can alve. The llrandt Self-Honing Kaior
Htrop will put a keener edge on a raaor with fewer
strokes than any other raior strop. Your raior will
show, and your face will feel the difference at oooe,
Guaranteed navar to become hard or glosay,
tipacial attention given to mall orders.
HUNTLEY BROTHIRS CO.
ORISON CITY, ORIQON
former' purimlH, Mr, and Mrs, H, 0
W, W. Irwin, of Auriga, 0110 of the
prominent alioopialmira of tliu coun
ty, was In Oregon City on a buslueas
Mra. Joseph Giiliiuiif, of J'ort liui.I,
wa la Oregon i.V.y .Monday, Ihiviiik
count horu to atlotid tlto funeral of
tho Into Mra. J, M, Uruliain.
Mra, j, 1. Koallng and daughter.
Virginia, returned to jljulr homo In
I'urtliiinl Friday after a tow day' via
It In thla city.
Mr. unil Mra. W, B, U'Ron will leave
Saturday fur a trip to Now York. Mr.
U'lli'li K'H'n on a biislno trip. Thoy
will bo kuiio for auvurnl waoka.
County Treasurer J. U. I'adilock,
who la III at hla liumu at Gladstone,
la able to alt up, and a sporty rooov-
ury la lookod forward to.
(Jrand Millinery display Monday,
March 22, and following daya. Mlaa
C. (loldsmlth. '
J. luibach, of Stafford, 0110 of thn
prouilni'iit farmiira of that auction
waa In Oregon City fit. bualnuaa laat
K tnnrrliige lipoma waa granted 11
Saturday to Mlaa Edllli blanche Todd
,'snd Joseph llotiry Jonoa. llotb aro
well known la thla city,
GOOD tllllL, WANTKI) At Wlllam
(Ui Hotel; ffi per week.
Attorney 0. l. Eby, wlfo and chllil
run left on Uatunlay for ilurrUliurar
Orgoti, for an over Bunday vl.lt with
relative. Thiy returned Iiomo Bun
County Trwaaurur J, C. Paddock la
lyliiK wry III at hla homo at Clad
atonn. Mlaa Jeaala I'addiKk ban
charun of tho offlco during bur fathor'a
(rand Mllllm'ry dlaplay Monday
March 22, and following daya. Mlaa
Mlaa FloriMico 1'rlrO luft Krlday ev
viiIiik, for Albany, wlicro alio attend'
I'd tho funeral of Mra. I'alnu, whoao
burial took placo at that city ou Bat
I'nder protent, iliu On-Koq Hallway
A NavlKittloti Company haa paid half
of lla taxea for Clacknniaa county,
The amount paid by the company waa
The following were granted mairl
Kti llreiinea by County Clerk (irwn
man 011 Tlnimdny of hint week: Mulu
Adeln I' luey and Juitln S. liKf'Hon
Ida May Carmlro and Henry Shannon
Vola ThoniHon and HuKh Horh.
Ml Anitidlnii Wlillnma baa return
I'd to Kuiiene to rvatinio her dutloa
aa liiatriictor In tho I'nlveralty of Or
(Kim. mi AH Wlillnma aa called here
tMhu !,J d,,,h ,f hor 'n;
it. Jantea KdKar Wllllama.
Mr4- ,J May Carly!e, who waa
recently aliot by her huaband In Port
!,un(' ' ln "l P'ty ,IU 'k, vlnlt
jiiib sira. 11. u Meeker, of Seventh
atrect. Mra. Cnrlyale la recoverlnu
from her wound.
The Knlnhta and Udlea of Security
are mnklng arrant enti for their
eliihth nntiual ball to be given at the
Woodmen hall on Monday evening
March 29. The affair will be Invlta
( l n 11 1
The atoro biillillng of W. C. Cin-en
on Seventh atreet, near Center, la
being renovated throughout, and
new glutta front will bo Inalalled. The
building when completed will be oc
cupied a a confectionery.
Mr. and Mra. C. II. Evanl, who have
been apendlng tho winter with the
former'a parenta, Mr. and Mra. C. W.
Kvana. of Fifth nnd Center street ,i
huvo rented tlto Klnnalrd houao at
Cimemtih. where they will "remain
during the autnmer.
Mra. H. T. Slnden will have her
grand millinery opening on Tueaday
nun tveiiueauay, March. 23 aud 2t
Oregon haa a champion In It I,
hinllli. of Shawnee, Oklahoma, who
hua JUHt ndviaed that a , half dozen
families marled for thla atate laa:
week, with fifteen families to follow
from the aamo vicinity on the 15th
Mr. Smith will locate hero himself In
the. near future.
-..Mr. ami Mrs. Hmce C. Curry nnd
son York, of Portlntul, wero the jtuestii
of Mr. nnd Mra. O. W. Enstliam and
other frlenilH Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs,
Curry aro comfortably situated In
their pretty home at lrvlngtou.
W. K. ItiiKd.ill haa filed a suit In
thn circuit court of Cliickamaa Coun
ty for" A divorce from Mary France
OuKdnll. The purtleg worq married
at Ht. liOiila, Mo., March 20, 1904. Mri.
Dugdell deserted her hiisbund on I)e
cninbur 24, 11)00.
II. W, Myurs, of Athena, Oregon, la
In tho city visiting with Mra. B. J.
Marshall. Mr. Myers la Mra. Mar
shall'a aou-in lnw, and thla la tho first
visit ho haa made to Oregon City for
eight years, noting many Improve
ments during that time.
W. J. Gordon, who has been con
nected with Iho Coos Hay Monthly,
has returned to hla home In thla city.
Mra. 8. U Long, of University park,
waa In the city Saturday visiting wltb
Mr. and Mra. Ell Wllllama, who
have been spen ling uiiout ten days
with their daughter, Mra. C. D. Til
aoo, of Balent, returned to their home
In thla city last Wednesday evening.
MrWllllams' health la somewhat Im
proved since taking thla trip.
FOIt SALIC Bevon choice Plymouth
Kock Cockerels of tho Ladd Stock,
tinorge Morse, Meldrum Btutlon, or
Mllwauklo, Iioute 1.
K. K. Chapman, who la confined to
hla homo with a aevere attack of la-
grippe at hla homo on Sixth and Wash
Ington Streets, waa able to alt up for
a while yesterdny. Mr. Chapman has
been Ml for tho past week.
Mr. and Mra. Carlos Uhormley and
daughter, whu havo been muklng their
homo In Canemah during the winter,
have gone to Roaeburg, where Mr,
Chorniloy baa taken up a homestead.
Mr. and Mra. Uhormley have been re
siding In the Klnnard house.
Mrs. Mao C. I'ost, uf Indianapolis.
Intl., and Mrs. Thomas, of Portland,
arrived In Oregon City Monday morn
ing and will demonstrate for the
Rosalind Company, of Now York. Mrs.
Post will give lecture thla week, her
aubjeet being "The Gift of God Is
Kternal Health. She will be assisted
In tho lecture by Mra. Thomas.
Mr. and Mrs. II. D. Mount, of 311-
verton. arrived In thla city on bntur-
dii) evening,' and arc the guests of
their sons, Ur. Hugh S. Mount nnd
Dr. Clyde Mount From this city they
will go to Portland, where they lll
vlult with their (t.ut:titoM fid sous
fur aeverul days.
J. It. Humphry!, who left here
about three weeka ago for Woodstock,
Canada, where he nccotiipiintc, his
wlfo and aon, Kdward, reiurncd to
thla city Monduy. Mri. lltiinihrs
and son will remain with relatlvei In
Canada for aeverul mouhs before re
turning. Mra. It. D. Morrll. Mrs. J. N. Gra
ham, and Mra. Richard Glaaapool. of
Portlaud. havo returned to Portland,
after a brief vlult In thla city. Dur
ing their atay In this city they vlalted
the bedside of Mra. John Graham, who
la lying very low at her home on
Main street, near eighth.
Kmery Thomas, of Spokaue, Wash.,
I Visiting In this city an the guest
r. and Mrs. W. C. Green. Mr.
Thomna formerly resided In this city
where he la well known. He Ih on
hla way to Salem, where he will spend
several daya visiting his brother,
FOR SALE Two choice Angora goats
and five Rotints pigeons. Inquire
of Arthur Roberta. Jennings Lodge,
or addrea Mllwauklo. Ore., Route
tieorge Penman, of I'ortlnnd, waa In
Oregon City on a business trip Satur
day. Mr. Penman, while engaged la
mining In Idaho a few months ago
met with an accident, In which hla
arm and several rlba were broken
Ho Is Improving, but la still carrying
hla arm ln bandages.
Charles Pope, who has been ut
Shepherd's Springs, for the past week
returned home Monduy morning. Mr.
Pope says that there are about 70
people Btnylng at the hotel during the
time ho waa there, one of the hotel
guests being Kit Muddock, formerly
of this city, hut now of Heppnor. Mr.
Muddock has been III for several
month,, but Is Improving since going
o this resort.
Miss Wuvn Harrington, of Glad
alone, left on Wednesday evening of
last week for California, where she
xpects to remain for about three
weeks. Miss Harrington' will vtoit
her cousin. Melville Dollar, of tho
Dollar Steamship Company, of San
Francisco, and before returning to
er home here will visit In other Cal
The Knlghta and Ladles of Security
eld a very Interesting meeting In
oWotlmen Hull Monday night, and
Initiated several candidates Into the
order. Atfer the refculnr routine of
business a banquet was served. The
decorations wero of violets and daf
fodils. Tho Mllwauklo Lodgo attend
ed In a hotly, nnd enjoyed the social
E. E. Drodlo, editor of the Oregon
City Enterprise, who has been lying
dangerously ill with typhoid fever for
tho past six weeks, Is Improving rap
Idly. Mr. Drodlo has been removed
from the Good Snmnrltan Hospital
to his homo, 311 Eleventh Street. As
soon as he Is able to travel he will be
brought to Oregon City, the family
having rented the Humphry cottage
on Twelfth Street, during Mrs. Hum
phrey's absence In Canada.
Tho Woodmen of the World met
Friday night in tho Woodman hall.
Business of Importance was trans
acted. About 25 members of the or
der took tho degree of "Tho Faithful."
Preparations are being made by this
order for a big time on April 22, when
the Head Consul, Mr. Boali, of Denver,
Will bit present, c A' program mo will
bo given, and will ba followed by a
banquet. There was a largo atten
dance fit thn meeting. Many new
members being taken In during the
membership contest, which la now on.
WANTED Idy apprentice. Cheney's
Photo Studio. It
It. I). Co, of Twelfth street, re
ceived a telegram Monday from his
purents, Mr. and Mrs. 8. M. Cox, an
pouncing that they would arrive here
thla week for a visit. They reside
near Omaha, Neb. R. B. Cox camo to
Oregon Clly a few months ago from
Eugene, and la connected with tho Ice
George D. Maxfleld, General Pas
senger Agent of the Wabash Railroad,
with headquarters at Buffalo, N. Y.,
la anxious for literature from all
point n In Oregon. Ho aaya the In
quiry for thla Information la Insists
ent, and It la emphasized at thla tlmo
by the rate or $42X0 ln effect to Ore
gon points from hla region until
April 30th the regular faro la $57.50.
FOR SALE Two house on hill, ono
- on Center street, and one on Sixth
atroet, Oregon City. Also for lease
or aalo 29 room hotel In St. John.
. Inquire Dnnlol Wllllama, 41C4 Sev
enth St., Oregon City. tf
At tho reqtieat of tho owners, H. E.
Cross, of thla city, baa platted and la
now selling the finest tract of laud
In Clackamas County. The soil la un-
surpassably fine, the land haa only
enough alopo to Insure good drainage.
This la an Ideal home site for a man
with limited mean and the right
place for an Investment with sure
reUirns. If you are Interested In
getting a good home within one mile
and a quarter of tho Court House, In
Oregon City, get a description of this
land, known aa the Shannon Acre
Tracts, tho Cream of the West Side
Acreage from Mr. Croea. Prices
range from $100 to $300 per acre.
Torma 10 per cent of purchase price
down and 5 per cent per month. In
terest 6 per cent
Oregon City merchant make dally
deliveries In this district The West
Side School is within 850 ft of the
tract Rural Free Delivery passea the
door. It la easier to reach thla land
from the mills than It 1 to reach any
place on the east side above Main
street. The view of the Cascades
and Portland Is unique. Here Is a
proposition where your rent money
that now goeo Into tho land-lord's
pocket will pay for your home and
start your bank account.
Bad boys wlil not jump over your
fence If barbed wire Is stretched over
tho top. Frank Busch Is selling a
new kind of wire of 2C00 feet cover
ing capacity to one hundred pounds.
Mlaa Rooa to Give Recital.
A song recital will be given on
Monday evening. March ?8, 1909, by
Miss bllzabeth Rooa, contralto, assist
ed by MUa Martha Frances Draper,
planlste. The following programme
will be rendered: "
1. Wldmung (Dedication), Schu
mann; (b) Ich Hebe Dlch (I love thee)
Crieg. 2. (a) Prelude; (b) Serenade
of Arlcquin; (c) Sadness of Colum
bine; (d) Caprice-Sgauarelle. from
Carnival Mlgnon, Edward Schutt
3. (al Ntir wer die Sehnsucht
Kennt (None but the lonolv heart),
Tchaikovsky; (b) Wohln (Whither),
4. Noveletten E Major, Schumann.
5. (a) Oh for a burst of Song", Alllt-
sen; (b) The Quest, Smith; (c) One
Spring . Morning, Nevin.
This Is Miss Roose's first appear
ance In concert work In this city since
her return from New York, where she
studied for two years under Arens.
and it is an assured fact that she will
be greeted with a large audience.
The Morning Cy Club of this city
guve a chafing di.-h party at Knapp's
hall Wednesday night, and was a
very enjoyable affair. The early part
of the evening was spent in danc
ing, and followed by a chafing dish
supper served by the young ladles of
the club. The table decorations were
In pink and green. .
Mrs. Cioorge C. Brownell entertain
ed her Sunday school class of the
Presbyterian church at her residence
Wednesday, night. The affair w
given In honor of St. Patrick and the
programme and decorations of the
evening were appropriately carried
out Tho early part of tho evening
waB devoted to moulding pigs from a
largo dish of mashed potatoes, the
prize for the best made pig being
awarded to Miss Mattloy. ' Miss Se-
donla Shaw was awarded the consola
tion prize. An Irish story was told
by each guest, Miss Eva Moulton win
ning the first prize, Mlsa Bertha Koer-
ner the consolation. A guessing con
test followed. Tho hostess served re
freshments during the evening, ,
Tho procuring of sonplles posses
sing real merit.
This Is assured every time you buy
Fruits and Nuts here. We have taken
the greatest pnlns In the securing of
our stock the result biug that noth
ing inferior has found Its way Into
8th and Main Streets
T.h.eigJs n0 one wh has pot wished that thermighhave a fine Victor or
lif? .JjP.t Machine in their home. Yoa can ha?c any machine and a
dozen Records for a few days and it will not cost you a cent.
If you are not satisfied with it, return it to us and ve pay all charges. If
you decide to keep it, pay us a little down and a little every month and the
outfit is yours. r
This is the best offer that has ever been made to Talking Machine Buyers
andre want to hear from every person that does not own Phonograph"
Ve carry every Machine and Record made by both of these companies: Ed
ison Standard and Amberol Records; Victor 8, 10 and 12 inch single face Re
cords and Victor double faced Records!
We Repair All
I3irmeister (St Atvdreseiv
Oregon City Jewelers
AT OREGON CITY
OR. ATKINSON, HUSBAND OF FOR
MER OREGON CITY GIRL,
GIVES LECTURE HERE.
Dr. H. H. Atkinson, a medical mis
sionary to Harpoot, Turkey, In con
nection with Euphrates College, sus
tained by the American Hoard gave
a most memorable add res -i at the
Congregational Church Sunday morn
ing. Dr. Atkinson has just come, out
of the recent revolution, In wMth the
Sultan has granted the Youn; Turks
a constitution. It Is interesting to
know the the "Young Tti'ks," a se
cret organization of forty ear stand
ing, are officered and led for the most
part by graduates, and pupils of the
American missionary colleges ln op
eration In that land for the past
eighty years. They claim now to
have gono "one better" than America
or France, by adding "Justice" to
their battle cry, "Ulberty, Equality,
Fraternity, Justice." The changes
Dr. Atkinson says are amazing, In
cluding a free press, free speech, and
free schools. An American mission
ary has been asked to direct tho or
ganization of a public school system,
and as recent graduates of the mis
sions are the only available teachers,
thousands of them will be placed In
charge of these schools. In addition
to their own languages, these students
are also taught English.
Friends here are glad to know that j
the wife of Dr. Atkinson is Tacy Wil-1
klnson, formerly a teacher In the pub-
lie schools of Oregon Cy- Miss Wil
kinson graduated from Pacific Uni
versity after leaving Oregon City, and
while on a visit to San Francisco fell
111 and hod to go to a hospital. There
it was she met the physician whose
wlfo she became, and who soon after
sailed to take his position at Har-
root. They have two interesting j
children, a little boy of four aud a
daughter, of four months. All who
have met Dr. Atkinson aver that he
resembles ln many ways the noble
Dr. Whitman of early Oregon.
DEATH OF JAMES MUNRO.
Prominent Member of I. O. O. F.
Buried at Oswego.
James Monro, a prominent resident
of Oswego, died at the family resi
dence on Monday evening. The fun
eral services were held Wednesday
afternoon from the house, the I. O.
O. F., of which tho deceased has been
a member for many years, conducted
the services at the grave, In the Os
Mr. Mnuro was born In Scotland.
March 15, 1847. and came to Oregon
In 1891. where he has lived uver since.
He was a member of Fayetto Lodse,
I. O. O. F., of Garden, Michigan. The
deceased leaves a wife, two daughters,
Margaret and Catherine and one son.
D. Munro, all residing at Oswego.
Sellwood va. O. C. H. S.
The Sellwood Presbyterian boys
will play against the Oregon City
High School basket ball team In the
Rlverbrlnk ring on Friday evening,
FREE TRIAL OFFER
Makes of Talking Machines
35.00 f 30.00
J 25.00 60.00
March 19. This Is the first game that
the Barclay boys have played, but
they are busily engaged in rehearsing
for the game, and will try to win out
The lineup of the two teams will be
Presbyterian Center, Baldwin;
forwards, Babb and Charters; guards.
Mallett and Caldwell
O. C. High School Center, GUIett;
forwards, Avison and Howard; guards,
Johnson, Card, Vonderahe, and Cau-
Land Transferred to Clackamas Coun
ty Fair Association.
Papers In the estate of A. E. Waite,
deceased, in relation to the transfer
ring of land to the Clackamas County
Fair Association, were turned over
Wednesday to the county court. The
land Includes 40 acres, considered to
be some of the bejt land in Canby.
C. G. Huntley Re-elected Secretary.
C. G. Huntley returned Friday from
The Dalles, where the State Board of
Pharmacy has been holding a meet
ing. The election of the board took
place, and the following were chosen
to serve for the ensuing year: Presi
dent George C. Blakeley, of The
Dalles; secretary, C. G. Huntley, of
this city; treasurer, Katie H. Har-
bord, Salem; F. H. Caldwell, of Mc-
Minnville, F. C. Pozzl, of Portland.
Mr. Huntley has served as secretary
of the board for the past eight years,
and Is one of the most widely known
pharmacists of the state. There were
Miss Ida May Garmlre aud
Henrv shannon were united in mar-
j riage at the court house Thursday,
March 11, at high noon by County
Judge Dlmlck. Miss Garmite is tho
youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
J. M. Garmire, of Beaver Creek, anl
is a talented artist, while the groom
Is well known throughout the county.
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John
Shannon, of this city. Mr. and Mrs.
shannon will make their home for the
present in this city.
Divorce Suits Filed.
Lucy Roach has filed a suit for di
vorce In the circuit court of Clacka
mas county against her husband, Ed
ward Roach, to whom she was mar
ried at Eagle Bend, Minn., September
29. 1901. At Spokane, Wash., on April
20, 1905, without cause or provocation
Roach deserted his wife. Mrs. Roach
asks for the custody of their son, Far
rls Richard Roach, six years of age,
stating that she has ample means of
supporting the child.
Elizabeth Elklns has brought suit
for divorce from B. U Elklns, to
whom she was married In Portland
! in May, 1902. The cause is desertion.
Mae Celeste Post to Lecture.
Every woman Is cordially Invited
to attend the free lecture for women
only at tho Willamette hall on March
19 at 2 P. M., given by Mrs." Mae
Celeste Post, graduate nurse and i
New Thought Evangelist, late of Indi-,
anapolla. The subject for this lec
ture will be "The Gift of God Is Eter
nal Health." Mrs. Post will be as
sisted by Mrs. Helen Talbot and Jlrs.
Margaret Thomas, of Portland.'
Suspension Bridge Cor.
CAN EAT SAUSAGES
AND FRESH BREAD
AND OTHER FAVORITE FOOO
WITHOUT, FEAR OF AN UP
You can eat anything your stomach
craves without fear of a case of Indi
gestion or dyspepsia, or that your
food will ferment or sour on your
stomach tf you will occasionally take
a little Diapepsin after eating.
Your meals will taste good, and
anything you eal will be digested;
nothing can ferment or turn Into acid
or poison or stomach gas, which caus
es Belching, Dizziness, a feeling of
fullness after eating. Nausea, Indi
gestion (like a lump of lead In stom
ach), Biliousness. Heartburn, Water
brash. Pain In stomach and Intestines
or other "symptoms.
Headaches from the stomach are
absolutely unknown where this effec
tive remedy Is used. Diapepsin really
does all the work of a healthy stom
ach. It digests your meals when your
stomach can't. Each triangle will
digest all the food you can eat and
leave nothing to ferment or sour.
Get a large 50-cent case of Pape's
Diapepsin from your druggist and
start taking today and by tomorrow'
you will actually brag about your
healthy, strong stomach, for you can
then eat anything and everything you
want without the slightest discomfort
or misery, and every particle of im
purity and gas that is In your stom
ach and Intestines Is going to be car
ried away without the use of laxa
tives or any other assistance.
Notice Is hereby given that the an
nual meeting of the stockholders of
the Sandy Land Company will meet
at the office of the Sandy Land Co.,
at Sandy, Oregon, on Monday, April
5. 1909. at 2 P. M.. to elect officers
and one director and transact such
other business that may come before
E. T. BRUNS,
Secretary the Sandy Land Company.
Appealed to Circuit Court,
The case of John T. Russell vs. G.
A. Ward which was heard before
Justice Samson last week, has been
appealed to the circuit court.
In Febntary, 1909, Russell was en
gaged ln hauling wood and working
upon a farm, and he bought a horse
from Ward, paying $75 for same. The
horse was claimed by Ward as sound
and not over 12 years old. Plaintiff
claims It was lame after he had taken
It home, was 20 years old, and unable
to pull a load. The case will be heard
at the April term of court.
Executor File Petition In Probate
A petition was Hied ln the probate
court Tuesday by Frank E. Sax, ex
ecutor of the estate of Catherine Sax,
who died on November 20, 1908, to
admit for probate the estate of the
deceasel, which amounts to $1200. The
heirs are Ernest Arnold Bohren, Mar
tha Bohren, Maria, C. Bohren, John
Adolph Bohren, Frank E. Sax, Alfred
u- ax, ana Joseph M. Sax, of Mult-
Btan tlit Itn Kind Yd Han lww BgS