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Alloi.i) Up. The Wilhoit stage whs
held up liy two iiiuxku 1 men on Monday
nflurnoim ut iilwmt 8:80. Tho robbery
occurml ucoiil of miles from tlie place
where the muni' strewn held up litst
year. The huiiid lrivur, ll ink uttoon,
held the reiiiHiuid us hu rounde l turn
in tlie rowl two lmiKkel men Hteel
from tlie lirtiMi unl imiiiniiinlt'il liim to
Htop. Two of the hiWK were frightencl
hy the midden iipM iir.in.'o of the rohhera
and Htarled to rim wltuii the rolilierssliot
the two "leii'lerH" down ufter which the
robberH jumped the fence und ctinie to
the ftane und uUe(t tho panengerg to
"nhell oul." The p.inengeMp Mr. Buck,
a Portland Huloonkeejier, put 10 in the
hat; Mr. Hoidingcr of W. B. Allen Co.
of Portland, who w;i uccompmied hy
his wife and child, gave $, und the
Chinaman piwHonger gave t'2.60 nnd a
revolver. They also unsacked the
haggage hut secured little of value
While thin wan going on Thomas Duffy,
the mail carrier came up anl the high
waymen called to him to Htop and fired
three shots at him. In an opposite
direction a wagon, containing P. M.
Graves, W. A. Woo tulle, F. E. Albright
and Henry Salzer, ap)eared and the
occupants peeing something was wrong
stopped within 100 yards and Graves
and Woodxide, who had been hunting,
opened fire with their shot guns, loaded
with Xo 4 shot, which was returned by
a volley from tho robbers, who started
to run The shots brought a number of
nersoiiH who organized u posse and
started in pursuit and trailed them
several miles when the trail crossed
itself several times and wa completely
lost. The po.ise disbanded then but P,
Wright, J. E. Coates and Chas. Sells
still continued to hunt for them until
dark While hunting for them Mr
Wriirht crossed tho cattle trail the
robbers were following and if the posse
had spead out they might have stir
rounded them as they passed the spot
shortly afterwards. Chief of Police
Burns and Deputy Sheriffs Samson and
Noblitt left as soon as news of the rob'
bery was received here and Sheriff Grace,
who was out of town at the time, left
the next morning with Deputy Strick
land. There is suspenion that one of
the robbers is known by certain resi
dents of this locality. The two dead
horses belong to Liveryman Xoblitt of
this place, who runs the stage. A re
ward of $'.50 has been offered by county
10 Big Ins. Companies F. E. Donaldson
Oiiors. The following report is sent
out by the U. S. department of ngricul
ture from the Portland otliice: Harvest
ing of fall-sown wheat, of oats and liar
ley is well along, nnd some threshing
Ikib been done The rains have done
no injury to the cut grain, and will not
do injury unless they should be long
continued, which is not expected. The
rains were of benefit to late-planted pota
toes, to pasturage, to corn, to gardens and
to hops. Such rain as has prevailed is
very unusu il at this season of the year,
but it will be of much benefit. Some
correspondents are of the opinion that
the rain will be of benefit to late'
sown grain, but such can hardly be the
case. It is a foolish experiment to sow
grain of any kind after May 15 und espe
cially so after June 1 . Many correspond
ents report that where the ground is
properly prepared and the gram properly
sown that good crops are the result
Good farming in Oregon will always pro.
duce good crops, and this ia especially
true of that portion of Oregon west of the
Cascades. Corn for table use ia in the
market, nnd is in quality better than
usual. Melons in the southern counties
are ripe and plentiful. Late cherries
are about over. Early peaches und
early apples are ripe ; rasberries and
blackberries are gone. Hops, where
cultivated, have made good growth ; the
burrs have formed ; lice have appeared.
Many hopyards are not having any at
tention paid to them. The fruit pro
spects have not changed. Gardens have
been greatly benefited by the rains;
garden produce is very plentiful.
Fire Insurance F. E. Donaldson.
To Crater Lake. Several persons of
this place are talking of making the trip
to Crater Lake, during this month with
the Mazamas. The round trip rate from
here to Medford is $12.50 and from the
railroad to the lake and back, via Ash
land is $7.50. Tickets going are good
August 4th to 17th and returning are
good till September 9th, with stopover
Largest Ins. Business F. E. Donaldson
Highest Honors World' Fa;
MOST PERFECT MADE.
.. Gr,ii Crtam of Tartar Powder. Fre
h. .i..j;iL,wum ortny olher tduUaifit.
: YASS THE STAKDA RD.
Auvkhtisisg. An exchange says:
An Iowa nowspaper tells a story of a
wouiun who went to an adjoining town
and purehused a supply of carpets and
households decorations. Admiring
neighbors suggested that alio had best
not let anyone know that sho had gono
out of town to purchase her carpets
instead of patronizing local inereeantsas
she would be apt to get a newspuer
scolding. She very properly replied that
until the merchants of tlie town got
around to advertise in the papers that
they had things of that sort to sell,
together with the quality, stylo, and
price neither they nor the paper had
any grounds for faultfinding. All of
which is strictly true. We often hear
kicks at merchants because their towns
people go out of town for goods which
they could have sold them at no higher
prices. It's no fault of the people.
Spend the necessary money with your
local papers to inform them of the facts
and you'll get their trade. Otherwise
you won't get their trade, and you don't
Lowest Fire Ins. Rates F. E Donaldson
Mas. IIoi.man Pkad. Mrs. Mury Mc
Bride IIoliiiiui, daughter of the late Dr.
James MePride, of St. Helens, Or., died
in Sail Francisco Tuesday morning at
tho age of 57. She was the mother of
Alfred Holman, well-known ns a mem
ber of tho Oregonian editorial staff for
many years and at present editor of the
Pneiliie Rural Press nt San Francisco.
She was a sister of U. S. Senator Geo.
W. McBrido and Mrs. B. F. Giltner of
Salem and Judge T. A. McBrido of this
city. The remains will Ite brought to
St. Helens, Columbia county, for inter
ment. Best Ins Companies F. E. Donaldson.
Locks Buhixksb. The report of
Charles II. Cautield, secretary of the
Portland General Electric Company , to
the board of canal and locks commission
ers for thequarter ending June30, makes
the following showing of traflic that has
passed through the lockson the steamers,
Mod oc, Toledo, Altona, Elmore, Ramomi,
Ruth, Albany, Hong and Gypsy:
NuiiiIkt of trips (120
Passengers carried ... 8 585
Cattle, etc 333
Sheep, etc 1,1(14
Reliable Insurance F. E- Donaldson.
Tkaciikbh Ishtitutk. The annual
county teachers' institute began in tne
Eustham school house Monday after
noon, with (11 teachers in attendance.
Superintendent Starkweather presides
and Miss Jennie Rowen was chosen
secretary. The instructors are ex-Super-iniendent
Wetzel, of Multnomah county,
Professor O. W. Durett, ex-Superintendent
II. S. Gibson nnd Professor L. W.
MoAdtim. The institute will continue
in session eight days.
Eleven marriage license were granted
by county clerk during month of July
to the following couples:
1st Rocena Cnllaham and Oscar Mahler.
2d Henrietta Holcomb and Hugh
3d Emma Johnson nnd George Jenser.
6th Cordelia F. Robinson and Henry
6th Catherine Sullivan and Marion
8th Minnie Wedlock and Francis
14th Nora J. Sanders and Jesse 0.
14th Etta Pope and Franklin T. Griffith.
18th Margaret Waters and Joseph
20th Minnie A. Thun and John II.
24th Minnie Stephen and John L. Gard.
The juniors of the Methodist church
will give an ice cream social on Mrs.
Stewart's lawn Tuesday evening, August
11th, at8 o'clock. All are cordnally in
vited to attend. Ice cream and cuke 10c.
Owing to the absence of Superinten
dent Irw in Rev. M. L. Rugg will deliver
the educational lecture to the teachers
attending the institute on Friday even
at the Baptist church. The public is
respectfully invited to attend.
Louis Fredrick, tlie fashionnble tailor,
as moved his shop from opposite the
Electric hotel to opposite Armory hall.
.othingbut first-class work done and
Buv vour matches at the Racket Store
where you can get 3 bunches for 5 cents.
All other goods just as cheap.
Owing to an increase of business in
Portland, Dr. Frank P. Welch, dentist,
will hereafter be unable to make his
weekly visits to Oregon City to attend
to his patients here, but will be pleased
to see them at his Portland office, 612
Greatest slaughter in hats ever known
at Miss Goldsmith's.
A lovely made hat for $1.36 at Miss
Senators, congressman, jndges, great
lawyers, professors, ALL pronounce the
I. W. HARPER WHISKEY superior to
the finest French brandy. The leading
physicians prescribe it on account of its
purity. For sale by II ill k Cole, Oregon
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS.
W. L. Miller and wife are rusticating
Born, on July 31, to the wife- A . Rich
ards, a girl.
Born on July 30, to Mrs. 0. D. Latou
rette, a daughter.
Mrs. W. A. Jarvia of Damascus ia visit
ing friends in Salem.
Mrs. I J. Stratton has returned from
a visit to Vancouver.
Will George and family leave this week
for the Nctarts const.
Sidney Smith made a business trip to
Dr. J. W. Welch returned on Tuesday
from his trip to Silverton.
Elder Barkley of Wood burn, the politic
an, was in Oregon City Tuesday.
Chas. Meserve returned Monday from
a trip to St. Helens and Olatskanie.
Dr. and Mrs. L. L. Pickens returned
on Tuesday from a trip to Newport.
Mrs. A. E. Donaldson, who has been
quite ill, ia reported Improving slowly.
D.H. Glass isclerking for E. J. McKitt-
rick during his absence in the mountains
Mrs. R. L. Holman left Saturday for
Seattle, where she will visit her parents
Jessie George of Salem returned home
Fridav last after a visit to his brother
Good lot in Skamokawi, Wash., to
trade for a bicycle. Inquire at Coikikr
Rev. S. W. Stryker has been spending
several days in the mountain during the
F. T. Griffith and bride returned Mon
day from an extended trip through
Miss Gertie Marten left on Sunday for
Lond Beach, where sho will rusticate for
Bert Bevens, who has been visiting
his sister, returned Monday to his home
in Polk county.
Rev. Fercuson of the Puget Sound
Conference preached at the M.E. church
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Williams left on
Wednesday for Newport, where they
will spend some time.
Ira Wishart returned Saturday
last from a trip by wheel to Albany and
the mountains towards the coast.
Misses Mary and Nora Oonyers re
turned on Monday from a visit to their
former home in Columbia county.
Mrs. E. Mass of Willamette Falls re
turned Saturday from a visit to her
parents at Buena Vista, Polk county.
Misses Galloway of Boise City, who
have been visiting their uncle, Hon. Wm
Galloway, returned home lust Thursday
J. F. Clark nnd Martin Schenk leave
next Monday for a month's outing in the
mountains, viaSantiamand Crater lake.
The families of Geo. A. Harding and
T. R. Charman have moved to their
annual camp place on Clear creek,
Hon. Geo. O. Brownell haa been in
vited to deliver an "address" at the
soldiers union at Pleasant Home on
Miss Celia Goldsmith, the milliner,
will leave for San Francisco August 15th ;
any special orders will receive her per
H.O. Sloper and wife, Chess Caufleld
and Miss Clara Adams returned Friday
lust from a fishing trip to Pine creek and
the Molalla river.
Prof D. M. Bristol's educated horses
at Shively's hall on Friday nnd Saturday
eveninKsand Saturday matinee. Tickets
at Novelty Candy Store.
Coroner W. H. Godfrey will next week
open an undertaking business next door
to Maple & Hoffman s blacksmith shop,
corner Main and Fifth street.
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Moore of Junction
City, formerly of this city, arrived
Saturday morning for visit at M. L
Moore's. They returned Tuesday.
Forepaugh and Sells Bros united shows
will le in Portland on Thursday and
Fndav. Autfust 20th and 21st. this is
in fact two of the largest shows consoli
Mrs. E. C. Hamilton, Mrs. Jessie
Hamilton and children and Eli Cris
well left last Saturday for Wilhoit springs,
where they will camp for two or three
Hon. II. L. Barkley of Marion county,
republican legislator elect, cannot stand
McKinley and the gold standard and will
stump Oregon, Washington and Idaho
for Bryan and silver.
Work on the west side road toward
Oswego has been commenced. Smyth &
Howard will shortly move their rock
crusher on that side and then the road
will be covered with crushed rock.
The Portland and Oregon City Y. M.
C. A. base ball teams will have a game
at Gladstone Park on Saturday afternoon ,
August 15. Admission 10 cents ; proceeds
for the benefit of the home team.
The following residents of this place
are rusticating at Newport: Geo.
C. Horton and family, Mrs.
Sidney Smyth and children, Miss
Utter, Miss Ruth Cowing, Miss Martha
Elliott, G. O. Rinearson and family, W.
L. Miller and wife, Mrs. C. A. Williams
and eon, David Story and family, John
Elkins, D. A. Miller and family, Mrs.
D. L. Paine, Miss Ida Paine, Miss Kittie
Paine, J. Marten.
Call and See
THE FINEST SELECTION
IN THE CITY
Mrs. F. E. Hodgkins of Salem is visit
ing her mother.
C. D. Latouretle has returned from
a trip to the coast.
Dr. J. W. Powell hna been appointed
J. K. Groom returned from his trip
to Illinois this week.
Unbrellas and canea in abundance at
Burtneister & Andresen
The total enrollment of teachers at
tending the institute is 110.
Dr. Paine spent several days wiih his
family at Newport this week.
Mrs. W. Charles is spending the week
in the country visiiing friends.
Mrs.O.H. Caufleld und children left
Thursday for a visit to friends at Albany.
It is reported that O. A. Cheney will
ttirt a republican paper at Aurora next
John Gleason of Oregon City has just
completed a new house on his farm near
The Barlow Mill Co. of Barlow made
an assignment in Multnomah county
Rev. J. W. Cowan and family left on
Thursday for Seaside, where they will
spend some time.
Miss Grifflih of Waldo Hills returned
home on Tuesday after visiiing her
sisier, Mrs. R. A, Miller.
A five-room cottage for rent at corner
of Sixth and Jefferson. Inquire of
Burmeister & Andersen.
Sidney Smyth will leave next month
for Gran s Pass, near where he has a
government surveying contract.
W . M. Robinson of Electric hotel left
Sunday for Long Beach to spend a few
days with his wife who left last Thurs
day. Manager Sinott of The Dalles hose
team was in town Saturday conferring
with the firemen in regard to matters
connected with the annual tournament.
Harry Baden was iried in Recorder
Ryan court on Tuesday for assault. He
plead guilty and fined $15 o,' days in
jail. He took the latter.
Dunne 0. Ely left last night (Thurs
day) for Grant Puss, where he will look
up a business local ion Geo. V. Ely
will remain here for a time and settle
up the firm's business.
Rev. A. J. Momgomery and wife start
ed on Wednesday morning for Mt. Hood
on foot. At noon they were met by n
pnrty coming to town 21 miles out.
How's that for wulking.
A fire broke out on the roof of one of
Bishop Gross' cottuges on Muin Street,
occupied by M. Quinn, on lust Friday
afternoon, but wus extinquished with
buckets before the fire companies nrrived .
Your attention is called to the ad of
Dr. Kessler in another column. The
doctor formerly resided in this pluce and
is reliable and persons afflicted will not
make a mistake by visiting him at Port
land. Sam Baechler has moved his saloon
from its former locution next to Char
man Bros' block to to the old Broderick
stand next to woolen mill. Thos.Camp
bell will move his saloon to the build
ing vacated by Mr. Baechler.
The following persona are or have Ijeen
at Long Beach during past week but
were not mentioned last week : Mrs. W.
Carey Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. W. M.
Robinson, Miss Gertie Martin, Mrs.
J. M. Lawrence, A. W. Cheney.
F. A. Meinig, the Sandy merchant,
was in town Wednesday and reports
everything lively in his section and that
team after team has gone to the mount
ains this season. One day he counted
52 teams going for blacklwrries alone.
While a change was being made in
the suppy pipes at the pumping station
of the water works on Saturday,
the pumps were s'.i, 'own and the new
reservoir at Ely uneu lor supplying water
for the first time without use of pumps.
H. E. DoBch, horticultural commis
sioner, returned Saturday from a trip
through the southeastern part of Clacka
mas county and reports that most of
the orchard are affected in that section
as well as those in the southern part.
He says farmers do not take enough
care of their orchard and that most of
them being old, require extra attention.
The August number of the Arena con
tains an admirably written paper by G.
S. Crawford, entitled "Club Life versus
Home Life." In thesedays when the
club reigns supreme in some form or
other, this paper will be sure to attact
general attention, and while Mr. Craw
ford discusses his subject in a perfectly
fair and impartial manner, weighing the
pros and cons, pointing out the advan
tages and disadvandtages of the club, we
think that many, especially amongt the
members of the numerous women'sclubs,
will take exception to some of his re
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C. A. HARDING, Sole Agent
ORB GO CITY. OREGON I
Sewing Machines Cheap. Want
sewing machine? Get a good one for
$25.00 with five years guarantee; $5.00
down and $5.00 per month until paid .
SeeBellomy & Busch about it.
$5.00 for $2.00, $:i.00 for $1.50 at Miss
A splendid grade of summer corsets
at 48 cents at the Racket Store.
W. Wallens is now assistant to
, W. Welch, dentist, opposite V. O.
10 pounds dr granulated sugar (1;
flour 75c sack, 8 lbs. rice for 25c. Bed
Front Trading Co.
Vou can get it at Harris' grocery 1
What? Peacock flour, made of the
famous blue stem hard wheat. Try
Bank of Oregon City.
OLDEST BANKING HOUSE IN THE CITY
Paid Up Capital, $50,000.
Geo. A. HAKDiNfl
E. G. Cauiixld
k General Banking Business Transacted. ,
Deposits Reeetred Subject to Check.
Approved Bills and Notes Discounted.
County and City Warrants Bought.
Loans Made on Available SecurltT
Exchange Bought and dold.
Collections Made Promptly.
Drafts gold Available Id Any Part of th
Telegraphic Exchange field on Portland, Sao
Francisco, Chicago and New York.
Interest Paid on Time DenoaUa.
J. V. WELCH,
Orrosrra f. O, Oeeoo CitT, Oei.
I Don't Expect
To sell all the shoes, but I
do sell a great many and
naturally want to sell many
I Do Expect
To sell the best for the
money and give the etis.
tomer so good satisfaction
that lie or sho will come
Is very full and Include
everything from the Child's
Plipper to the finest and
best Lady's or Gentleman'!
Next Door to Bttrmcistcr t
Geo. C. Bhownsi.l.
J. IT. Campbell.
BROWNELL & CAMPBELL,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
CntifluUl Building Oregon City, Ore.
TIIOS. F. RYAN,
Notary Publio and Real Estate Broker-
Leading Insckanci Aiikiccy or Cuckama
Money to Loan. Abstracts of Title Hade.
Drawing of Legal Ihntitiicula a Specialty
Ofllce on i'Hxt side of Muin struct
Between 6Ui and 7th.
OREGON CITY, - . OREGON.
C. D. & D. C. LAT0URETTE
Attorneys at Law,
Commercial, Real Estate and
Probate Law Specialties.
OFFICE : Commercial Bank Building
OREGON CITY, OREGON.
E. F. DRIGGS,
ATTORNEY at z&vr
Office : Two Doors South of Courthouke
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Ollicc in Wlllatnctto Block.
OitKOtiM City, .... oeeoon.
C. N. GREENMAN,
E xpess and Draymah.
Parcels delivered to all parts of the city.
Noblitt Livery and Sale Stable
OREGON CITY, OREGON,
On the Street between the Bridge and the
Double and single r.- and saddle hoiaas a
wars on hand at tho lowest rates. td atatrral
also connected with the barn (or loose stock.
Any Information regarding any kind of stoek
promptly attended to by letter or person.
HORSES BOUGHT OR BOLD
The Commercial Bank
OF OREGON CITY.
CAPITAL f 100,000.
Transacts a General Banking Builneie.
Loans made. Bills discounted. Makes co
lections. Buys and sells exchange on all polnlt
In the United Btates and Kuroue and on Hon),
Keng. Deposits received subject to check.
Bank open from 9 A.M. to 4 P. M.
D. C. LATOURETTE, K. E. DONALDSON .
Keeps a full line of STAPLE nnd
FANCY GROCERIES. rR0Vl3
IONS, FLOUR, FEED, FRUITS
anil VEGETABLES at-
New Fish Market.
K. Richards, Prop.
Oysters, Fresh and Salt VVatei
Fish, Poultry, Game, Crabs,
Turkeys, Geese and Chickens for Thanksgiving
Two Doors South of Armory
GEO. A. HARDING,
Standard Pat. Medicines.
Paints, Oils and Window Glass.
PrtKHptUnu Accurately Compounded