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OREGON CITY PRESS
Published Every Wednesday.
Maurice E. Bai,
Entered at the postofflce in Oregon City,
Or., as second-class matter.
One vear (In advance). .. . . ..
Six months " "
Three months ' "
. 60 1
Jf not paid in advance riOconlsaddilioiiitl
trill he charged for coat of keeping the
account and to make good the losses
that are sure to occur with deferred
OUEGON CITY, NOVEMBER 9, 1808.
It has been alimented and the suit
gestion is a wife one thai hereafter tho
general appropriation bill he composed
only of tucli items as related to the von
duct of the public institutions, supnlies,
salaries, etc. In fact let it embrace
only such items as direct statute muker
it incumbent upon the common wealth
to pay. Then let the normal schools,
baby homes, attorney fees, etc., come
each with a separate and distinct bill
appropriating the sum deemtd requisite.
liy this means each item will stand
upon its own merits every tub will
rest upon its own bottom. Members of
tbe legislature will then be able to vote
upon these measures upon their own
merits. The governor will then have a
chance to veto or approve, as suits his
pleasure and in conformity with law,
justice and the best interests of the
State. Salem Sentinel.
The 'new law reducing interest to six
per cent has cut down the selling price
of comity and city warrants a few cents,
tight per cent paper being worth more
man six. it etiouiu discourage me in-
Testing of capital in warrants and turn
it toward manufacturing industries.
Until factories are established our
natural resources cannot be developed.
The loss of the Maria TeresA will be
regretted by all Americans and will
cause greater efforts to be put forth to
raise another of the sunken fleet. The
breaking up of the vessel demonstrate
what a terrible fire was rained in her by
the Oregon. The American people
should have at least one memento of the
great naval battle.
The good prices realized for apples and
prunes this vear liua stimulated tree
planting and thousands of trees are be
ing set out this full. Winter apples and
petite prunes are the favoritea as they
command gi-od prices in foreign markets.
Oregon is a natural fruit country and
for size and flavor leads the world in
apples and prunes.
The official investigation of the war
lias brought out the fact that Sampson
is entitlod to the credit of bottling up
Cevera's fleet and notSchloy as was gen
erally supposed. Schley wasinaposi
tion to do effective work in the
destruction of tho fleet mid uiiulu tho
most of the opportunity.
There is a hitch In the peace negotia
tions at Paris. The Spaniards should
reflect that if the business of negotiating
for the Philippines is given back to
Dewey, he is apt to take the islands nt
ruinously low prices.
The returns from Tuesday's election in
dicate that Washington, California and
New York have gone republican. The
national house of representatives will be
very evenly divided, the senate will be
Capt. P. A. Baker, of Stafford, was in
Oregon City Monday on a business trip.
Mrs. J. N. Graham and daughter,
Mildred, alter a few days' visit with rel
atives in this city, returned to their
home in Portland Monday.
Mrs. Frank Rigler, of Portland, was
visiting relatives in this city Friday and
Mrs Ira Wishnrt, who was called to
Oakland, Or., on account of t y illness
of her lather, bus returned to this city
iior father's condition being much im
Mis. Hurry Moody am) son left foi
McMinnyille Saturday afternoon, where
they will hereafter reside. Mr. Moody
left for that place several weeks ago. he
being in business there.
miss ueru.a uoiosmitn telt lor Migeno
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iucauay, wucresiiu will spend seveial
juin. n, "ciuTvni mm i -niioreu, 01
jornonu, were visaing Air. mid Airs
Roddick last week.
Mri. Fuller, of Portland, was visiting
Mrs. Chas. Burns Frhh.y and Saturday.
Squire MuCarver, a former resident of
Oregon City, was visit ng relutiees in
this city for tiie past week.
Robert Bonnutt, of Milwaukie, at
nded the benefit ball given at the ar
iry last Friday night.
?bas. Barclay is expected to arrive in
una city this week from England. Mr.
Barclay rpent nil boyhood clays in ti.is
city, where, he has relatives. Mr. Par
clay has not been home for about eight
years, and has many friends in this city,
who will be pleased to see him once
J. II. Daley, of Macksburg, was a
busines- visitor to Oregon City Tuesday,
Davi t Will, of Barlow, was in Oregon
City '' sday.
Mr. Win. P. Hawley spent Sunday
with rt 1 1 lives at Barlow.
Mrs P. Parrisli, of Clarke, is the
f ussl u Mrs. F, Caldwell tor a few days.
Mr-. Barton, of Seattle, is in the city
on r 1,1 1 business.
From All Quarters for the Press
A New Corp of Writers Give tha New
of the County A letter From
the Model Village.
A box social, given by the young peo
ple of t'-e Christian church on Friday
night, whs largely attended by thoSeotts
M.lliie--, The dainty baskets prepared by
the ladies, wen: 10 I to the higlitest bid
den, mid the proceeds, over $12, turned
over to the church. Among tho visitor
from abroad was Mr. Wells, travelling
agent for the Oregon City PresH,
Misses (iertrnd.) and Nellie Adkins
are spending the winter in Portland.
Miss Anna McDonul I, of lluhhard, is
visiting bur sister, Mrs. A. H. Dimick.
TIiosj who attended the reading cir
cle at Mm. Coiiiineus' report a very
Our enterprising merchant, Mr. Miles,
Miles made a visit to tho
metropolis last week.
Last Friday Mrs. V M. Gray visited
Mrs. H. L. (Jill at Cauby.
Miss Eunice Garflold is attending the
St. Mary's Academy in Portland.
A Smith, a mining engineer from
ItoHxland, Ii. C, who for a few duys was
the guest of Mr. find Mrs. Win. Evans,
left this week for Australia,
Miss May Mark, of Oregon City, was
the guest of Miss Elsiii Walling on Sun
day. Mr. Graham, with his daughter and
Uo oni were ttle ,. o( Mr. Bl,
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Monday noon Mr. Ulslioefer enter
tained the school children with his
Tuesday evening a surprise was given
Mr. and Mrs. Gower. The evening
wss.niost pleasantly spent with games
and music, after which, delicious refresh
ments were served. Among those pres
ent were: Mr. and Mrs. Gower, Mr.
and Mrs. Gurfluld, Mr. and Mrs. A.
Walling, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Prosser,
Mr. and II. T. Evans, Mr. and Mrs. C.
It. Hull, Sitpt and Mis, Gardner, Misses
Louise I'A'iiHtte, Frances Walling, Ruth
Rogers, Mildred Gower, Florence Kur-
nette, Messrs. Lester Walling, Ileuingor
and Leonard Gower, A Myers and
Although thePress has many sub
scribers in this vicinity, we have i.ot
seen any New Era news, so will make
bold to tell the readers something of the
happenings of this quite little burg
nestled among the hills on the banks of
the Willamette. Not in a spirit of
gossip, but of that kindly leeling which
should prompt each of us to be interested
in what is ol interest to his nciuhbors.
First, liiHt and all the time is our now
school house, for vi liich some of us have
Imped and walled long. But we have
it, and a thing of beauty it ih, and we
hope a joy forever. Though there ate
those who think it may ho a ''jaw" for
ever, when it comes to the next school
meet'iiy. There are people who would
object to going to heaven if salvation
were not without moiiuy ami without
price. New J. i it district should tie
proud of her school building, as tin
country school in the county as a finer.
Of ample size to accommodate all the
pupils of the district and more. It iH
built after the best approved plan, with
a pretty porch in front and double doors,
a cupola wiih hell, and from whose top
ol I glory will fling bis stars and sir. pes
to the morning breeze, and good walks
all around the school house, nho good
oiitbuildimts. It is painted pure white
with Venetian red roof. Inside, well
oiled floors, patent seats, a new desk
and chairs, a new clock on the wall,
new ahuiles to the windows and a bran
new hut air stove. Surely no praise is
too great for our nchool hoard. School
hcgiiiB the 7th hist., with Mrs. A II.
Wells, who tnuclil the spring Bml glim
mer term and was re-elucteu again.
Mrs. Wells will Iivo in New Era dur
ing her school and has moved into one
of Mr. Moore's houses, Her mother,
Mrs. Harriet Keynoldti, of Maeksburg,
win spend me winter w inter tu-r
Another improvement of interest is
ie ew me ,, llri(1,0 ul.ro8a tl,e
gulch on the road leading east from this
pUw vUWu w,mM 1)u ww,lu uf
,or, Mm.r over the old one if toe ap
proach to the bridge were properly
Mr. Newbury's vacant houso bus a
tenant, as have also each ol the Witten
riew I'.ra noasia 01 three Btores, a
hotel, an ex pro a olllce, a postollice, a
Catholic church with resident priest, a
Protestant Sunday school, the prettiest
country Bcbuol house 111 the valley and
cannot bo beaten on spuds ami pretty
November 5. Eoo.
Webfoot is still recommended for rain
and prospects that the roads w ill not be
dusty very Boon.
The blacksmith's hammer sounds fa
miliar again in our berg.
Rev. Shulso is holding meetings at
Molallu this week.
A. Gray is still very low.
Miss Eliza Miller was thrown from a
horse 011 S.durday. Her injuries were
I. D. Larkins met -with an accident
while standing on a box dipping grain
out of a bin, The box turned and he
fell on the side of the bin, causing him
to almost break some of his ribs.
Bert IlibharJ is home again with his
mother and sister.
The business meeting of the Epworth
League met lust Tuesday evening with
A grand social is to be given by the
Ladies Aid and Epworth League, Nov. j
Everybody cordially invited to at-1
0. G. T. Lodge met last Fri-1
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day evening witii very good attendance.
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They are ahvo preparing for an entertain-
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Mrs. Austin ami son, Willie, arrived
home on Monday Inst, after an absence
of some lime in California. Mr. AiiHtin
Is not expected till some time later.
We are huving very cold nights of
lute, which has robbed llm tnos of
their foliage and gives every indication
Thanksgiving will soon ba here, and
with it a grand ball at Liberal ballon
Wednesdey evening, November 23, It
promises to be a very enjoyable event,
and everv oue is cordially invited to at
tend. Dance and supper 75 cents.
The dime social given by the Ladies'
Aid Siciety on Saturday evening was a
decided success, botli socially and fi
nancially. The net proceeds amounted
te12.80. Many of the Mulino people
were present and all seemed to enjoy
Miss Dolly Ridings and sister, of Mar
quain, were visiting their aunt, Mrs.
Silas Wright and attended the social
on Saturday evening.
November S. Sunhkam.
These rainy days are times when farm
ers make cider and apple-jack by the
barrel flill, and perhaps this winter a
chap will also get full.
Sandy is taking a boom spell. Every
thing is livening up since it has been re
poited that the Sandy river will soon be
used to furnish power for a large elec
tric, station. Surveys are being made
and it is said that enterprise is a sure
A lumber company has been making
surveys and linvo a route up Trout
Creek for a lumber flume.
Anton Stein, a well-known painter of
Portland, Is busy painting the new
church of Sandy, which kol.s very
Our Btags driyer was in a sad predica
ment hist Saturday, his learn having
been locked up until the feed b ll was
paid. He liowover secured a pony by
which lie manngod to get the U. S
mail on tune.
A queer contrivance p issed through
our town the other day. It was a four
horse team hitched to n va.tih with ii
genuine house on it made of hoar Is, with
a stove piiiu with the smoke nod spaik-1
flying out of the stove pipe, and a big.
fat girl looking out of Iho w indow, smil
ing as it was driven through town.
Ed Revenue is very busy making.
board fence and many other improve
moots on his farm.
Andre, Klegil, Heboe oV Co. have
moved their engine to the Kleuil place,
where they have a chop mill in run
ning urdi r.
Ed KofTer, who look up a home-load
near Salmon, will soon go up to live
there. Wonder ii Ed will go alone or
Hev. L. M. Wallace, of P rlland, and
Rev I. J. Wilson, of Filgene, held ser
vices in the C K. hall durinn the week
In spile of prevailing bad weather Un
people showed their lai h by cooin.
There is again some t ilk of building a
church soon, Mr R Jonsrud, an ener
getic voung man has promised io donate
property for a church. Let this good
J Jin Maroney will go up to tho moun
tains to work on the toll road.
Mrs. It eim, w ho has been in Portland
visiting lias returned home.
Mr. and Mrs. II. Itruus have tie ii on
a lew days' visit wiih friends in Port
land and Vancouver,
Mr. Ketchum is moving his household
goods to Oregon City.
Frank Welch, who has been confined
to the hospital in California, returned
homo Sunday, aci 01111 anied by his
mother, who has been curing for him
for the last two weeks.
L. L. Moore visited County School
Superintendent II. S. Strange at St
Vincent hospital Saturday. Mr.Stnnge
thinks he is improving.
Miss Klilon, of Portland, is visiting
Miss Welgell for a tew das.
There will be thanksgiving services
conducted by Rev. Fisher. All are wel
come. John L. Bombard die1 ut his home
near Courtney, Nov. 1st , of heart dis
ease. He was 59 years old and leaves
a wife, sou, and daughter to 111011111 hi-
death. Countless friends followed him
to his last resting place near Milwaukie,
and covered his grave with a profusion
The enthusiastic young people, of Mil
waukie, have lonimeni ei' preparing for
Mr. Henuimen bus relumed from
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ivlelch were
visiting in Milwaukie Sunday.
Nov 7. WVens.
The rains of the past week have been
quite a help to Ibe farmers on the. lull
lands. We were over toward Marquam
hint week h ml called 011 P. J. Ridings.
Most ot the work on bis large ranch ia
completed and things Rre being put in
shape for the winter li t sons, Thomas
and John, are talking of increasing their
acreage of hops and changing the yards
from low land to high laod, which they
believe is better adapted to hop culture.
Mr. Montandon ha" his fall work well
underway He has been very busy with
bis apple, drier and he sava the prospects
are good for ami hu retse in the price of
Herb Johnson visited Hubbard Satur
day in the interest of Mr. MoiiIhoii, tin1
Hid .IIHIIi n(l llllliii-iiBn ,iii,i,ii,v
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, dried fruit, game and farm produce is
' v .
hum! I ... I hv t ih I rm H seerna wnllder-
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ful to a person living in a country lite
this where all the fruit can go to. There
is hardly a farm home in tit sec tion of
tho country hut which as you approarh
you will hear the 8iady whir and click
of the apple peiler, an I sue aniiit moiin
tains of smoke Issuing from huil liius of ;
almost every c inceivablo s'ia;ie. There j
is noocca-ion in Oregon for "Sal t gie
me bick my dried apples."
Walter Noblilt was in Can try last
Mr. Thompson, who taught the
Needy school last winter, writes to his
brother, of this place, that he is teach
ing in Washington, and lliut wages in
that state are higher than in Oregon.
Miss Nora FHi says that the meetings
at the Smyrna church have closed.
There was a large crowd in attendance
the last night, and that she and
were just getting deeply interested in
the services and are sorry they closed bo
Mrs. Win. Barlow has returned home
after a week's visit in Oregon City.
Mrs. M. W. Sheppard'g daughter,
Mrs. Ralph L. Clark, ami children have
returned to their home in Spokane, after
spending a mouth in Barlow.
Chas. Gtinstreet and family have
rented the Brown place.
Advertised letters remaining in the
Barlow postofflce for E. A. B. Howard
Windfield Buchanan, M. W. Sheppard,
Following is the report of the Barlow
school, district No. W, for the mouth of
Number of days taught, 20; number
of days attendance, 4"1: number of days
absent, 70; iiumhir of limes lardy, 5;
pupils eniolled. 34; average duilr at
those who were neither lardy nor
absent dining the month are: Ge.,rge
Clarke, Grucio Evana, Grace Ingrain
Bessie Ingram, Libit Irvin and Nettie
Elqiva Mullah Teacher
Notice of Final Settlement.
In the Counlv Pour' of the State of Ore
a 01 fur Clackamas Count v.
In tho mat 'or of ilie estate of (ieoige
rreeman. deceased :
Notice is hereby ifiyen hv Mary Free
man, administratrix nf said estate, that
she has preseledand tiled in the above
en'itleil ( ourt her limit nci- nnt as u Ii
administratrix and that the sai l Court
has ordered that Monday, theftih day of
December IS! IS. at 10 o'clock a. in . of
said day at the Conal room of nid Court
be fixe as l''u time and place for the
presentation of ohjeetiona In said final
account. Mrv Frkkman,
Aduiiniilrntiix of the Esiate of George
Dated this 27th day of October, 18n8
A line of new stoves will be sold at
very low prices have been received, ill
the Oregon Citv Auction llou-e.
When in need of printed stationery
call on the I'ress
illy I'renxurer'M Nolle.
Notice is hereby given that there are
sufficient funds rn hand in the general
fund of Oregon City to pay all outstand
ing warrants endorsed prior to Septem
ber 1, lsi(l. Interest cease wiih the
late of this notice.
. . II. E Straight,
Oregon City, Oregon September 10,
The following marriage licenses have
been issued by County Clerk Dixon :
Ida May and II. Preston Coop iron
.losophine Moore anil E G. Joi.es on
Mithle Ro-o Dnromus and John Nelson
Mclvellican 011 the 8th.
Mrs. M. S. Lewis and II. A. Kay lor on
Olla F,:neit and John 0. Stricklin on
the 8th, Married Tuesday by Judge
MONEY TO LOAN,
In quantities to suit at 8 per cent, on
real estate security. Apply to C. II .
Die. Oregon Citv, Or.
Real Estate Transfers.
S King to J N Duncan, 4D as sec
8, 2 s, 2 e $ 1
I'niti d Stales to J Frnil,slrii along
Wash & l;ilh b reet, O C, (cor) Pat
J P Waikins, by sher, to K Widte-
matt e, 10 as ol Latourett elm. . 325
A E timlev to J F Koi hler, 40 as
sec 10, 4 s, 1 e 200
S New to W H Howman,c' of nw' -
and w.a of nei4' tec 12, 8 s. I e UOO
W H Jennings to J A Nelson, 54 65
of Jennings elm 5
S Rasmussen to W Maplethorpe.lot !
11 blk 12, Will Falls 675,
II Wilier to PK KnoitstiB -t near
blk ), O C 175
J G I'llsbnr lo II (' Stevens. 3 hs
sec SO, 2 s, 2e Ii(i5
O & C R R Co to A Pryden, sw
ofiie'4, set,,' 0f iiwt4' sec 2 s. o e 82)
Geo A lla'ding to J J. Wallace, lot
7, blk 3, Alt Pleasant !00
J II Rankin to U S. s'j of nwt,
sw '4' of sw'4' and n ,'4 of se'4 sec
8, 2 s. 0 e Ai l of Cong
D Chalmers to E Nuttall, 50x111 ft
blk E Canemah 90
Pellatz lo Otto Kuorr, 40 as sec
26, 3 1 w 650
II J Soon to I Lang, lot 10 blk 2S,
Gladstone 75 j
THE CIRCUIT COURT
Circuit Court was convened Monday
In regular session. There is a large num
ber of cases on the docket, but few of
them are of importance.
Following ia the gr nd li y rn-n
for the November term : M Campbell,
foreman J Chas. Catla. II. Gregory, T.
Dibble, F.ogene Cummins, Neal lleaier
and George Armstrong.
W. II. II. Samson was appointed bail
iff for the grand jury.
The follow ing order wero made:
A B Marquam, as assignee, vs K
L Sabin, et a1, Sheriff Cook or Icie I to
make deed for property.
Jacob Stuulfer vs M H Fhinuiigun;
conllrm.iiion of sale.
August C. Kan no vs Peter Holt; de
fault and judgment.
C D Tnompson vs May J Rob'iins ;
D.iriun Jack uppoin'ed guardian ol Curl
R Thompson, a minor,
Samuel Roako, n lministralor, vs S P
Co; lemiiirer oveirnled, plaintiff given
tu November 15 to plead.
J II Pomeroy vs D D Magone; de
miirrer overruled and E C Maddock ap
pointed receiver pending suit.
Mutter of asssignuieut of Josephine
Mining Company; assignee allowed to
sub lease property for a period not ex
ceeding 8 months.
Fred Scbiewe vs Balthazar Kruz: con
firmation ot sule.
Win MeMasler vsJPBoen; confir
mation of sale.
The Security Company vs Lewclling,
et ul ; judgment by default.
Bowen vs Shaw ; judgment by default.
Noble vs School District 106; default
Hinkle vs Cox; decree.
Henry Gans vs Jos Shaw; confirma
tion of sale
Frank Ostium vs Osborn, et al ; con
firmation of sale by Referee Bradley.
Geo L Currin, administrator of Henry
Weberheim, deceased, vs Jas Stone ; con
tinuation of sale, cans Stuhle,
Stute vs Win I lunderson ; Attorney
McGinn allowed 57 50. for attorney's
Albin Floss vs Kellogg, et al ; judg
ment by default.
Pacific Savings Company vs Emma
Millard et a', default.
John Hutte vs J Campbell, et al ; con
firmation of sale.
Effie T Gi.igler vs J J Gingler; divorce
Theresa Ordway vs Chas Onlway;
divorce by default
C W Belding vs A W Belding; divorce
Osborne vsOshorie; conlbned
Grim vaGrim; divorce by default.
Sprague vs ."-pnigue; livone with
drawn. Ftlie C S,-t. in. Itzt-r v Willis O
Sohmelliter; divorce b decree I'ladHilf
to have c u-tiidv of minor child.
I'harloiie Huffman vs P I. I hilTm'tu ;
decree liefenlint given euro of
Aim 10 Hluck vs David A Ida, k ; di-
yoice ley dclauit.
I'.li.ab"'h Wilkiu-oti vs Win Wilkin
no 1 1 ; di voice liy delimit
W 8 U'R' n s L I. Purler; senle I out
Win Joins vs V R Cliuriiian ; dis
J T Appcrsoii vs C W Ginning;
Spin, ue vs Spruge; withdrawn.
sibib vs Mart In ; set for Monday.
Staie vs Wvland to follow.
State va Duck ; set for Tuesday.
Spragne vs Duck ; set for Tuesday.
Sups against Noblet's; set (or IStli.
The supreme C nut has reversed the
doeifiun of the lower court in suit ol
Todemeier vs Clackamas county, and re
manded the case for trial, The decision
is based on the proposition that a poit-
uble traction engine is one propelled by
steam, and that the engine in question
was not of that clans.
The will of the late John Krme, which
was admitted to probate court, is as fol
lows: The donrtion hind claim is be
quathed to Ianthe Krnse, widow, and
Homer, a son, t igotlier witli the stock,
farming implements and household ef
fects, except 40 acres, which goes to J
I.. Krnse. At the dent h of Mrs. Krnse,
the widow, the entire (lunation land
claim, will be given to II. A. Krnse.
Cassius Cook, a gran Is i receives 00
acres off the Minkle, domiiion land
claim. The Whileman place to bei sold
and divide I among the heirs equally. A.
O. Krnse, ia to receive to lots in Ore
Notice is hereby given that for the
purpose ol examining all persons who
may desire to teach in the public schools
of Clackamas county, Oregon, a public
examination will he held in the court
house at Orenon City, Oregon, on the
9th day of November, 1898, cuminene
ing at 1 o'clock p. in. Applicants for
state 'iipers will pr.m nl themselves al
9 o'clock a. m.. November 10,
II. . Strangk,
Supt ot Sebeols (or Clackamas Co., Or.
Bvtl. M. Strangk Deputy
ATTIVE SOLICITOUS WANTED
X every lu re for "T e St- ry of the
Philippines" hy Mora' llalxle.nl. com
niissii.heil by the lioveninient. s Of
ficial Historian tithe War Department.
The bnok was written in army camps at
San I raneiwo, on the Pacilic wiih Gen
eral Merrill, in Ibe hospitalaat Honohilu
in Hung Kotia. in the Anieriran trenches
at Manila, in ilie insurgent en nips wiih
Aguitialdo. on the deck of the Olympia
wiih Deey, and in the roar oi battle at
Manila. Bonanza for nitents. Brimful
of oriuinal pictures taken by government
photographer nn Hie spot. Ijirge book
Low prices. Big profits. Freight paid
Credit given. Dmp all trashy unofficial
war b.)k Outfit free. Address, F. T.
Barber, Secy'y., Star Insurance Bldg.,
Bit. J. U.MULJSlt,
flu Dftal Wrk. Artii'h W Owns mm4
Otttc m fcrnll t, aer . P. UrfU
Q, E. II A YES,
lil.-e 0ppofitt Ummift't
Q, Ji. B1MICK,
Deputy Distr.'ct A ttorney.
trill Pracilcti Imall Vnrnrln HUtr, Cr.
ruit and IHtltirt Court ml Ms
Ottlen over Btak clOrrgn Cllf.
ffROIYXELL . CAMPBELL,
LA M YERS,
mil prmttln Im til tmm romtit t IU ft
W. S. VllEN,
A TTORXEY-A T-LA W,
Jtggmr Xulltlltr, Oppuritu Hntlty't
We have just received, d rect fmm the
Eastern factory, a complete line of Men 'a
for fall ami winter.
A Full Line of Shoes
Has just been placed in stin k ami will
be sold at Rock Bottom Prices. Please
give us a call ami be conv need.
1 uin now located in the t'atitield lildg
next lo Huntley's,
The Shirt Maker
Gents' Shirts and
Ladies' Shirt Waist, to order.
Gomlnongh Building, Koora 207.
Fifth 1. 1 reel, opposite PostofTice.
Portland, - Oregon
MEASURE FOR MEASURE
In other words, you give u- i e priv
ilege to serve your Grotrery a id Table
Delicacy supplies and we'll r pav yon for
t lie confidence repve l in us Bear in
mind, wedon't say that we'll let yo have
two pounds for the Price of one, but we
do say, moat emphatically, thai if fun
deal with us any length of time, yon will
be benefited in a telling measure The
pnreness of onr (irocotiea is our boast.
Seventh Street Grocer.
CORRECT FOR FALL
If the shoe fits, wear it. t'nh-s- Un
shoe tin you don't wani it. Price is not
enouuh of an inducement to umke ymi
satisfied with an unroaaf liable or nn
worthy shoe. Here ia a line where vou
will And shoe to Ot the peeuliarite of
the most peculiar feet. Also to tit the
most peculiar mind and iocl;et honk
We'll please you for we hive 'lie-i.- k
to pleasa vou with.
Know the News
You can have it all for
in the Evening Telegram of ! 01 1
land, Oregon. It is t'10 hii'trst
evening newspaper published in
Oregon; it contains all the news
of the state and of the m tion.'
Try it for a month. A sample
cony will be mailed to you free
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BANK of OREGON CITY
UlcUat Bank In tha City.
fM Cmi tplfl
'iIKCi"UVll IM'MI. HANK,
nt- Okl iii CITY.
fMASrT . l:Mii. ii.r.Ki.vi) m hiskss
Imns md-. Hill- di-. i Milled. Make
eolleetii.ns. Hill sail I -ells end nogemi
ell .'ds in llm 1'iiii-I Shitee Kuroi-e
mid Hunt; Knin li-nt;iii ren-n eil snb
(iirbeck Hank " n fr"m 0 1 M. ti
l (', I AToi aKTTS I'resideiil
I-..I i ashler
HF.BT COMPANIK8- I.OWKHI' RATKM
F. E. Donaldson, Agt
There are no companies better, few to
good, as the
OLD HOME AND
All of them. TIM K TRIED and F1KK
TESTED. II L,Ku.t, Agt.
New Aurora Hotel
H. WILL, Manager.
Dining room rweivee oi-onal
suiervlaion Tables well sup
pilixl ivilhoeaxonuhle delicHcios
Kotuns are all newly furnlahml
A wf'l-stocked bar is conducted
for the accommodation of the
0IVI THf NIW MXMGEMENt TRIU
Hates fl TerDnyaiid lTpwaril.
Livery and Feed Stable in Conned ion
iVil.li ilm House. Horses and !ng;iea
to Lei al Iteasitnubltt Hal .
tar supplied wiih the finest wines, li'
qimrs and cigars. Weinhardl Bear o
WANTED SRVKItAL TRUST
worthy iersons in this state to
manage onr business in their own and
near' ) ronnlies. It is mainly nllicee
ork rondiicied at home. ' Salary
Hlraight l!HX) a year and expenses
definite, bonaliile, no more, 10 less
f alary. . Monthly 75 References, En
eim self-addresseil stamped envelope.
Herbert . Hess, Prest., Dept M.
Are you interested in typewriters? We
have the Blickensderfer, acknowledged
the handiest and best mad. The price
is 35, the writing visible, no ribbon ia
used, printing direct Iroin the type, mak
ing a clean print. The weight is but six
pounds, making it bandy to carry
aronml with yon. Call at Tin Parse
office and examine it.
Aaelgnee'a Sale of Houece and Lota.
The following property ii offered for
balk and hunt be fold so as to close up
the estate of K. E. iV illiams insolvent
deotor. Any reaso'isble'offer will be
occepted for the a Icile of said property
or any part of same:
House and lot 7, 1 1 ck 1-t!) of Oregon
I.ot 0 of bcM-k SI of Oregon Cily. .
Lot 1 of bliM'k It, Falls View Addition
to Oregon Citv. , -
House and l"t 11 of block 8 of Willam-
I,t 11 of Mk ' II," Clackamas
For trims, pihvs and particular call
n or addn-ss. Tho. Rtah,
As igm i. of F F William.
' Who does nut like ti luarawitty
story a fin- spe ehee hv aiuoua
men. miisl,- bv -uus:i, ;'. s vlnrine and
(iilni ri-'s 1 r mil (1 eit tiatnlsT Ruy
I a gn plnn leni" an t e ei; nr Vr then
I out to play and sinusal ymir own
j pi: aure. Yimi can buy a fine F.agle
graphiiplione. the hii.-nl 111 slel for 12,
at Burnieisler Jc Andre ei.'s jewelry
st ire. So p and h ar it
Notice to Taa fay ere.
Notice is hereby given to ibe taa.
pe er nl Clackamas comity that tho
Equalisation Board for n.i'l c.ain'y will
ctHivei-e on the 24Hl itav f ). ber,
') 1 1898 and i-ontiiine in a on for ne
) w- k AH pr-itH-rty nwht-rs an r
,S qneeted 10 api-ear la-fore toe Boarl and
s, ; examine lite in ment mil o that any
j error in asapMUimt may ln tnirrecui'l.
It L. Stwt