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Local Amuskments. The Epping
Glee Club Concert Co. will be heard at
Shlvely'a opera house on Saturday
evening, May 2nd. This club, consist
ing of twelve picked voices under the
direction of Prof. J. Adrian Epping, h at
made a specialty of standard glees and
rhnrnn. whlffh thev Dresent in a man
ner seldom if ever before equaled on the
Pacific coast for clearness of execution
smoothness of expression and clearness
of ennnciation. The club will be as
sisted by a strong company. The danc
ing of the Taylor sisters, the two little
girls who created such a furore by their
work in the production of Fatinitza at
the Marquam Grand last December, the
inging of Messrs. Brown and Epping
and the banjo solo work of Mr. Kay
Yonngman accompanied by Signor Car
los Rebagliatl of the Spanish Students,
I n themselves comprise a programme far
above the average. The club is also
fortunate in haviug with them the Men;
delssohn Male Quartette, whose "team
work" has only to be heard to stamp
them as artists in their line. Tickets
25c and 50c; on sale at Huntley's after
Probate Obders. J. M. Barber ap
pointed guardian of W. C. Lichtenthaler,
a spendthrift. G. 0. Perdue Appointed
executor of estate of J. C. Perdue and
M. Robbins, J. V. Elliott and James
Cochran appointed appraisers. Eigh
teenth serai-annJal report, of A. E.
Latourette, executrix, filed. June 2d
set as day for final hearing of 0. W.
Sturgis as executor of Jacob Hoop. J .
G . Pillbbury, Hiram Straight and C. C.
Babcock Jr. appointed apprasers of
estate of Peter Paquet. Report of J. E.
Hedges as executor of will of J as.
Hedges filed and $9536.40 on hand or
dered distributed as follows : To Ellen
J. Hedges 3 08, F. K. Hedges 883.
2, W. A. Hedges $883.02, J. B Hedges
$883.02, Elizabeth A. Lo.ig 883.62. G.
L. Hedges 788.27. iMury J. Jacobs
( 113.43, J. E. Hedges $56 01; f. E.
Hedges appointed guardian of F. R.
Hedges. Will of J.C. Hackett admitted
to probate .
Tub Hkhfkrian Sociktv. That inde
fatigable band of young people will
ifive an excursion to Willamette Falls
Friday, the 24th . The main feature of
the evening will be the debate upon
which competent judges will render a
verdict. The Hesperian Club biiouiu
have the co-operatioti of eyery lover of
our young people's welfare in educa
tional lino in order to make this
oratorical battle a success. Tiie
Very flower of each society has
been selected for the occasion ana it
promises to be a memorable event in
the history of these two societies.
Come along and ehout for our boys.
Give them a few words of encourage
ment and they'll "get there Eli" on the
night of the 24th. Yoono Citizen.
Birthday Partv. Mrs. Nehren gave
her son, Carl, a party on his seventh
birthday, April 17th. The children all
spent a pleasant evening playing games,
etc Refreshments were served. Carl's
little friends, with whom, he is a general
favorite, sent many pretty presents.
Those present were: Ella Dempster,
Neita Quinn, . Clara Nehren, Vernon
Gradon, Theresa Quinn, Nettie Bradley,
Barton Barlow, Otto Miller, Harold
Bronghton. Ralph Milln, Leo Caiinom
Ora Boylan, Carl Nehren, Raymond
Miller, Ola Boylan. Lewis Noble.
Gob pel Mission. Evangelist A. 8.
Copley of Albany has just opened a full
gospel mi-sion in the old M. E. church.
The mission invites everybody to the
word of God on h ilinessof heart, heal
ing for the body, and the second
coming of JesU. Services every week
nUhtat7:30 and Sunday at 2:30 and
7:30 p. m.
Killed While Blasting. Charles
and Jacob Strowlmcker were injured
last Thursday while bunting rock on
their place, near Fisher's mill. They
tamped the charge too hard and it ex
ploded. Charles died on Monday but it
is thought Jacob will recover.
To Democratic Nominees. Candi
dates who have not filed their accept
ance will please forward same to the
undersigned, secretary of central com
mittee, at once. Blanks will be furnished
if asked for. A. W. Chknev.
Notice. To whom it may concern:
I herebv give notice that I will not pay
any bills or accounts unless contracted
by myself. Geobgk A. Moobe.
Highest Honors World's Fair.
MOST PERFECT MADE
4 pure Grnpc Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
torn Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
77th Anniversary. The 77th anni
versary of Odd Fellowship will be cele
brated at Willamette hall on Monday
next. April 27th. The members of both
Rebekah lodges. Willamette and Aber
neihv.have united to furnish entertain
ment to Odd Fellows and their friends.
A literary and musical program will be
furnished All Odd Fellows and tbeir
families are expected to be present.
To Do Subvevino. H. H. Johnson
and Ernest Rands have been awarded
contracts for surveying eight township
inldsho, which they expect to fulfill
this season. . Meldrum 4 Wagner a
ontract for surveying is for four town
ships near Priueville
A mwMi.ffflnila family horse.
u r -' at
suitable for lady to drive and without
Aatnnla )a walirh MSA Of OVBr ! DO
other needed; must be cheap for cash.
Apply to John Bchram, uregon miy
Catei Disposed of at a Unusual Rate
Twe Crinlnali Sent Up.
The circuit court convened on Mon
day with Judge T A McBride on the
T W Fouts and T M Miller were
appointed court bailiffs and Max Scbul
pius grand jury bailiff.
Jurors present: JW Meldrum, F M
Samson, Cbas Cone, J C McMurray, W
H Fitzpatrik, B C Hawley, Jacob Miley.
M Moebnke, R L Ringo, Wm Hallinan.
Wm Scott, A Leichtners. J Reif, W 8
Cornet, J Humphrey, J M Heckarl, J C
Paddock, 0 Bain, B S Bellomy, A
Manta, F Hampton, 8 8 Walker, Wm
Thompson, T Hagenberger, M McGee
han, H Kleinschmidt, C C Hoopes. J
Courtney and O T Howard were ex
cused Jacob Milev (foieman), John Rief, W
SCornctt, J Humphreys, Fred Hamp
ton, C C Hoopes and A Mania were
drawn as grandjurymen.
Cases dismissed: J P Coulter vs
Nancy J Coulter; R Thompson vs J R
White; M Grantluntin vs G R Dediuan;
Mrs M Madur vs A W Suliwan; M M
Johnson vs J A Boe ; J II 8ettlemeire vs
N B Howard et nl ; D II Close vs L E
Close; State vs Wm Wallens; E F Riley
vs M Campbell et al ; School Dist 02 vs
County; M A'hey vs J Wanker;
R J Beital vs P 8 Bates et ul ; judgment
by default for 2W arid costs.
T F Ryan vs J W Forrester et al ;
judgment for $170.91 and coRts.
Fred Gerber vs B R & E L Hawley ;
iudument for $137 65 and costs.
Stale vs Tlios Clark ; sentenced to two
vears in peniteiitnry for laiceny .
A McKrnny vs H H 8now; judgment
for $339.75 and costs .
F Weits vs A E Jones et al ; judge
ment for $163.87 and costs.
G Pliegley vs J Wilson et al ; sheriff's
E H Monk vs Ed Dupuis et al ; sale
F A Toepleman vs I Apple et al ; de
fault. WF Hubbard vs J W Draper el al;
Bhoriff ordered to ou.it and eject defend
ants. L Coblentz et al vs R F Davis ; judg
ment for 1215.24 and costs.
H C Stevens vs HjPeckover el al ; sale
T M Cross vs 8 C Shoemaker; sale
A Dippell Vs G R Dedman ; judgment
for $681) and costs
Levy Straus & Co vs M Horsford ct al ;
L Nebert vs E A B Howard et al ;
judgment for $420.47 and costs.
R Kelland vs John Parsons et al ; sale
Jas B Day vs John Gruber et al; title
H C Stevens vs Silas Wright ot al ;
State vs A Winterer; sentenced to
two years in penitentiary for stealing a
Fish lines 2, 3, 5, 8 and 11 cents each
fish hooks 5 cents a dozen, fish poles 5
cents, 6 rolls toilet paper 23 cents, large
package 5 cents, at "'The Bazaar," corner
next to post office. L. A. Patterson & Co.
A nice line of ribbons cheap at Racket
For the accommodation of his many
customers on the hill Mr. Albright has
established a branch meat market in the
Sliively building on Seventh street,
where be keeps a full stock of all kinds
of fresh and salted meats, hams, bacon,
lard, etc. No stale meat kept. Give
him a call.
Ladies shirt waists at the Racket Store.
Ladies Belts, belt bockl?s, belt pins
at the Racket Store.
Sewing Machines Cheap. Want a
sewing machine? Gel a good one for
$23.00 with five years guarantee; $5.00
down and $500 per month until paid.
See Bellomy & Busch about it.
Gc od envelopes 5 and 7 cents per pack,
writing tablets 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, 12. 10 and 23
cents, at "The Bazaar," corner next to
Joses. Hk Pavs the Fbeight. Send
for a copy of The Buyer's Guide, with
latest reductions and market reports,
sent free to any address. Freight on
$20 orders paid to any point on the
Willamette river reached by Portland
boats. Jokes' Cash Store, 105 Front
Street, Portland, Or.
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS.
Mrs. H. Pusey of Stockton, Cal. is
visiting relatives in thiscilv.
A telephone line will be built from
Salem to Wilhoit, via bilverton.
Margaret J Russell was last week ap
pointed postmistrexi at Macktburg
Oscar Wissinger has received bis com
mission as postmaster at Milwaukie.
Roy Russel of Bilverton is visiting the
family of Mr. and Mrs. H L. Kelly.
Albert Toiler, the genial printer of
Portland, waa in our city Wednesday.
Capt. J. M. Graham has moved into
A. W, France's cottage 00 Tenth street.
Rev. and Mrs. Gabriel Sykes of Bea
vertoo were visiting friends here las1
Frank Louis returned last week from
California, where bas been studying
Bertba Lee, age 15,ofCanby waa com
mitted to insane asylum at Salem on
Mrs John Lewthwaite and daughter,
Miss Alice, left last week for Stockton,
Cal., for a visit.
Mrs. Alex Lewthwaite left for lock
ton, Cal. Wednesday evening where she
will remain sometime visiting relatives
Gary Jacobs returned last week
from New York, where he has been for
the past year, for a few weeks' visit at
On Saturday evening, May 0th, the
third quarterly conference of the M. E
church will be held. Dr. Rasmus will
License to wed granted on 18th to
Marguerite Elsworth and C. A. Wool
folk and on 21st to Gusta P. Bernhendl
and W. C. Davis.
On May 17th 100 scorchers of the Zig
zags will make the run from Portland
to Salem, via Boone's Ferry, returning
via Oregou City.
W. A. Mack will be at Oregon City
on Monday, April 2lli, with 25 head of
first-class horses, w hich must be sold as
owner needs money.
Wm. Barrett was appointed to Ore
gon City, Suniyside and Damascus
charge at conference of Free Methodist
atGretbarn last week.
Charles and Gene McCormick and El
mer Lougerga were fined $25 each last
week for disturbing a Christian Endear
or meeting at Leland school house.
John W. Myers of Portland was in
the city on Wednesday arranging tor
the appearance of the Epping Glee Club
Concert Co. at Shively's on Saturday,
Thoa. F.Ryan, H. E. Straight and
VV. A. hedges were elected delegates fo
the state grand lodge meeting by Ore
eon Lodge No. 3, I. O. O. F., last
Hon. Thos. H. Tongue, republican
candidate for congress, will speak in
Oregon City at Weinhard's hall, oppo
site court house, on next Wednesday
evening. Mr. Tongue is a good speak'
er and all should hear him.
The Presbyterian board of missions
convened at Salem Tuesday. Mrs.
Montgomery of Oregon City, was ap
pointed a member of committee on res
olutions. She gave a most striking
paper on "The Privilege of Giving."
which was ordered printed as a leaflet.
The Bee-Hive on Tuesday opened in
the Caufield buibiin witrt a large Mock
of fancy dry goods, gent's furnishing
goods and shoes, and it will not be nec
essary now to go to Portland to get these
goods at bargain priees The proprie
tors are first-class pusiness men and
know how to succeed.
The first business meeting of the Y.
M. C. A. will be held at their rooms on
Friday evening, April 24th. The first
report of Secretary Levi Johnson to the
board of directors shows the expendi
tures for the month ending April 15th,
wore $350 ; that 52 members had been en
rolled and 101 pledged, and that there
was a balance of $40 in the treasury
There will he special evangelistic
meetings held in the Baptist church be
gining Wednesday evening, April 29th,
conducted by the California evangelists,
Palmer and Yurner. These men come
with a good reputation as successful
workers in California and Oregon, where
they have already labored. All who are
interested in such meetings are invited
to come and help make them a success.
Th murnbers of Meade Post, No. 2,
G.A.R. and Meade Relie ICorps.No.18,
are invited by department commander
to attend a grand reception and camp-
fir t Grand Array Hall, Portland, on
Rntnrdav evening, April 25, in honor of
commander in chief, Col. Ivan W.
Walker, who will arrive in Portland on
the morning of that day.
It is desired that the post go in a body,
ancomDanied by drum corps. Leave
Oregon City on the electric car at 6:2 J.
Let there be a full attendance.
C. A. Williams.
Bucklen'a Arnica Salve.
T.. Tot Ciiri in thft world for CutS,
Bruises, Sores. Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
a . TVttor Charmed IlandS.
Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup
tions, and positively cores riies, or u
pav required. It is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction or money refunded.
'rice zo cents per wi. -j
lbarman A Co.
THE VALUE OF A
On Door South of
H. E. Church.
11 NEW COON IN TOWN ! "
I the burden of an old Darkey song. This ad announces the opening of a
NEW STORE IN TOWN.
Edwards Bros, (formerly of Ballston, Oregon,) are now opening up at
Wishart's old stand, opposite the city park on the. hill, with a stock of
"BRAN NEW" GOODS, comprising of Calicoes, Muslins, Shirtings,
Linings, Etc., Ladies' and Gents Underwear, Hats, Caps, BjoL, Shoes,
Stationery, Notions, Nails, Tinware, Groceries, Tobaccos and Cigars,
and other article too numerous to wention.
1'RIIES AT THE LOWEST NOTCH FOR CASH.
Price list will he issued about May 1st. In the meantime we shall be
delighted to have you call and see our goods and learn our prices.
Yours for Business, EDWARDS
Hats from 10 cents to $10 at Miss
Trimmed hats, new goods. 50 to 75c,
at Mrs, Sladeii's.
Money to loan on good security by
A . S. Dresser.
Prescriptions carefully compounded e
G. A. Harding's drug store.
Line of fine French Torchon lace,
never in stock before, at Racket Store.
Received at Charmao & Son's a large
invoice of wall paper, latest and pret
Beauties! those trimmed hats at the
Red Front Store; Ladies' tailors and
Canton flats 10 cents.
Shark, the barber, don't swim but
he's in the swim when it comes to
shaving and hair cutting.
Great reductions on ladies', children's
and gents' undirwear at the Racket
Store. Best in the city for the price.
For your strings and extras for all
nusical instruments go to Burmeister
k Andresen's, who keep a full supply.
Blank note and receipt books of all
kinds and deeds, mortgages, etc.,
cheaper than Portland wholesale prices
at Courier office.
The G. A. R. has appointed a com
mittee to look after Decoration Day ex
ercises and Col. Slover is now ready to
fix up graves in presentable shape for
L. L. Pickens, dentist, does all kinds
of dental work. Gold crowns, porcelain
crowns and bridge work a specialty.
Office in Barclay building, corner Main
and Seventh streets.
Rnmflmber when vou need anything
in the line of gran'iteware or tinware
that W. A. Potrow now has a complete
assortment. If price is any object you
will not fail to give him a call .
Louis Friedrich, the fashionable tailor
has moved his shop to the building
formerly occupied by Mrs. Dutcher's
millinery store. Nothing but first-class
work done and satisfaction guaranteed.
C. A. Willey has moved his harness
and repair shop from on the hill to
second door west of depot, next to
Courier office, where he will not only
keep a full line of first-class hand-made
harness, saddles, etc., but will do all
kinds of harness and boot and shoe
repairing at prices that can't be dup
licated. Give him a call. Satisfaction
. m m
The onlv Parisan hats hats ever
brought to the city at Miss Goldsmith's.
The finest line of silk umbrellas to be
found in the city at Burmeister AAnder
Public School Summary For
ABC LA Y SCHOOL.
8. W. Holmes' room
P. M. Wedcltll
t. W. Mc Adams' room
Ha?e Your lyes Tested...
At llariueltiter & Androgen's
They have one of
the finest eye-meters
and will test your
eyes free of charge.
Glasses may be re
turned if not suited
Depends on how it is trimmed.
Having a LARGE ASSORT
MENT of Leghorn Hats I am
going to make a great effort for
the next two or three weeks to
reduce my. stock. Watch my
windows. Prices lower than ever
BROS. (Alaw Wyllt).
C. W. GRACE & CO.,
Molalla Ave., (Ely.)
Star -jUr Grocery
GROCERIES, FLOUR, FEED,
Bank of Oregon City.
OLDEST BANKING HOU8I IN TBI CITY
Paid Up Capital, $50,000.
Thomas Chasm an
Oio. A. Hakdins
X. O. CAOrilLD
4 General Banking Buslneas Transacted.
Deposit! Received Subject to Check.
Approved Bills and Notes Discounted.
County and City Warrants Bought.
Loans Hade on Available Securit
Exchange Bought and 4nld.
Collections Hade Promptly.
Drafts Sold Available In Any Part ol th
Telegraphic Exchange Sold on Portland, San
Pranolsco, Chicago and New York.
Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
Willamette Steam Laundry
Pure Spring Water Used. Work
Called for and Delivered.
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY.
LOCATION: Old Creamery, Back of Falls View
WAGENER & DEH0N, Proprietors.
Month Ending April, 17th.
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Is entirely done away
with by our shoes. In
fact, they are a regular
"Society for the Preven
tion of Cruelty to Feet."
What are their methods?
Perfect fit, piompted by
respect to the shape of
the human foot. A aim
pie creed, but doesn't it
cover the wbole field?
Then a shoe may treat a
foot "shabbily" without
being exactly cruel to it.
That ia to say, the shoe
may lack style and wear
Ing capacity. But oura
have the wearing rapacity
and style alone with the
fit, and that abould be
enough to make you buy
Next Door 10 VarmeUter
THOS. F. RYAN,
Notary Public and Real Estate Broker
LlADINO iNSl'RANCl AOKMCV Or OLACKAMA
Mooev to Loan. Abitraoti of Title Hade.
Drawing ol Legal DoeuraeuU a Specialty
umce on eaai niae 01 mam mreei,
Between 6lb and 7tb.
OREGON CITY, OREGON.
C. D. & D. C. LATOURETTE
Attorneys at Law,
Commercial, Real Estate ana
Probate Law Specialties.
OFFICE: Commercial Bank Building
OREGON CITY, OREGON.
Geo. C. BaowNEi.i.
J. U. Cahi-dili
BROWNELL & CAMPBELL,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Cau field Building,
Oregon City, Or
E. F DRIGGS, ..
Office : Two Doors South of Courthouw
C. N. GREENMAN,
Express and Drayman.
Parcels delivered to all parts of the city.
Noblitt Livery and Sale Stable
OREGON CITY, OREGON,
On the Street between the Bridge and thi
Double and single rigs and saddle hoi Mi s
ways on hand at tho lowest rates, and a eerra
also connected with the barn (or loose stoek
Any information regarding any kind of stoc
promptly attended to by letter or person.
HORSES BOCOHT OB BOLD
The Commercial Dank
OF OREGON CITY.
CAPITAL f 100,000.
Transacts a General Banking Business
Loans made. Bills discounted, Makes ci 1
lections. Buys and sells exchange on all polm -In
the United Stales and Europe and on Horn
Kong. Deposits reoelved subject to check.
Bank open from A. M. to 4 P. M.
D. C. LATOURETTE, F. E. DONALDSON
Keeps a full line of STAPLE nd
FANCY GROCERIES. PROVIS
IONS, FLOUR, FEED, FRUITS
and VEGETABLES aU
Rooms 7H, 77, 78, Di'kum
Will bo In Oregon
City ofllce, Courier Mny of my frlsnds hii,
building, every Hat- trouble to flud ma; hsni'r
urday. this card.
New Fish Market.
E. Rieharda, Prop.
Oysters, Fresh and Salt Watei
Fish, Poultry, Game, Crabs,
Turkeys, Geese and Chli kens for Thanksgiving
Two Door) South of Armory
GEO. A. HARDING,
Itandard Pat. Medicines.
Paint. Oils and Window Glass.
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