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1 4th YEAR. REGC OCTOBER 1 6, 1 896. L
. j .-J---r--.. I " -Ty7I I Hammond's property and expects to I REDLAND.
Mp I I mnv to town.
Wit "" i
PLANE ON THE FACE...
of It, and certainly too plain to te
denied. What is ? Why, the
superiority of our tables and furni
ture to anything shown else
where. We sell
Oak Extension Tables for. . . .$0.00
Large Center Stands 1.75
Kitchen Tables 1 00
Leaf Tables 2.00
And everything else proportionuly
BEIiLOMY & BUSCH
Leading Agency in
Royal of Liverpool"""" ''""""" ,n ,h" w""' n -5fl
ixi i. M.....MI. I.arBe.t a..et In the world. 58,-
North British & Mercantile 000,000.
Sua of London011" puro,y flre ,n"urBnce omo" 'n th" worId"
JEtna Of Hartf0rdL'Mt,n,bM' American company.
Continental of New York o- Amer,0
AND OTHER FIRST-CLASS INSURANCE COM ' ' .
m TiamH AH
PhA iPravA Qra TnSnranCe UOmDanT 01 noiuuiu-
UD IIHIVIWM " -
UHIUIMIVW W..--f J .
olde.t and best accident Insurance company inn- -..-. ---
al.o doe a very lare life insurance uk".
....caix ok roa Burma, akd calkwdabs
Steady your nerves, and
perfect your digestion
by using bread made
from our whole wheat
flour. It is made from
the whole wheat berry
except the out side hull,
or bran, which is a woody
substance, irritating and
indigestible. Bread made
from this flour is not so
white as that made from
the pale white roller flour,
but it is far superior for
food as it contains all the
gluten, germ, and oily
matter of the wheat and
is much sweeter tnan
graham or any other
bread not sweetened
ONCE TRIED ALWAYS USED.
E. E. WILLIAMS,
mnvft to town
F. G.Ebyof Woodburn ishore visiting
his brother, Oscar.
Several weddings are supposed to come
off in and around Molalla in the near
future. Whether they will materialize
or not remains to be seen.
October 13. X.Y. Z.
1 nM.m nf l.rta. tiablnff IIAWflpp. HltfhpitOf
nil III leavening Mu-nglh. la(t Untied Hhitei
UovmimtM tma Krimn
KOYAI. HAKIM) J'OWDKH to., sew l urn.
. A A.
F. E. DONA SON, at Commercial Bank, j
School Books !
Our store is a state depository
for school books and we carry in
iwlr used in Clack
amas county and they are sold
-G. H. BESTOW & CO.
DOORS. WINDOWS, MOULDING and BUILDING
LOWEST CASK FWCM KVEB OFfHRgD 10 FIRST-CLASS GOODS.
Shop Oppo.U. C.nr.-tlonal- Olmreh. Mala' StreU Ore, v?Clty,-6r.on
for CHOICE CUTS and TENDER MEATS go to
FBTZOLD & GAME'S CASH MARKETS.
Seventh Street, Corner of Center, on the Hill.
Main St., Opposite Caufield Block.
...... Oreo City. Or.flM.
I WW 0HV.v,
Anr ntnnlr of nchonl BI1I1I)1 ICS was
bought in large quantities and
i . i .
lor casn. vve uu j?
more foryour money in SLATES,
TABLETS, nSMJllvis, una.
and all of this line than you
ever got before. Special prices
tr, .liutrintfl . . . .
We buy and sell second-hand
Huntley's Book Store
0RE60N CITY, ORE60N.
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
Mill Feed, Lime, Cement
and Land Plaster.
Mr. Telford and son have returned
from Ashland, where they have been
working in tho woolen mill.
Carl Kinsy has moved into his new
dwelling, which was built hy Mr. May-
Mrs. Harriet N . Bowers, aged 64 years,
7 months and 12 days, wile of W. D.
Bowers, died Inst Wednesday. She had
been a patient sunerer wuu paraorma
for about ,t years. She was kind and
svmoathetic and left many friends to
mourn her loss. The funeral services
were held at (he family residence Thurs
Mr. Hedaes is buildina a sidewalk in
front of Mr. Long's place.
Mr. Ike Mosher and Miss Ranison
were unitei in the bonds of matrimony
Sunday morning at the residence of Mi
Meade of this place. Rev. M. L. Rugg
performed the wedding ceremony. The
following Tuesday evening the boys
itave them a tune of tiu cans and cow
bells, and after tiresome beating the
newly-married couple were aroused and
thn bovs a treat. We wish them
the sunny side of their future life.
The election is drawing near and al
most every person has decided bow he
will deposit his vote on the 3rd day of
November. The Bryan ticket an be
compared to, a large sponge in a small
tumbler of water; viz; It lakes up
October 14. Gudgb
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fr rooUo,, Mm rr Ah
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' JOHN WELCH,
Rooms 76, 77, 79, Dekum
Mny of mjr frlmd. taw
trouble to flud me; henc
H. W. JACK0H
Machinist and Locksmith,
Bicycles, Umbrella!. Sewing Machines, Guns
and all kinds of small machinery re
paired. Prices reasonable.
Shop on Seventh Street. Oppotite Depot
Artistic House Painting
Removed from Holmnn-! Old SUnd to Nex
USo?to Couaiaa Buildiun on Seventh btreet,
Near Depot, Oregoo City, Oregon.
Hoblitt Livery and Sale Stable
OREGON CITY. OREGON,
Or thi Street between (be Bridge and tht
. Doable. nd.iugl. rig. and-
HOB8E8 BOUGHT OR SOLO
IGEO. A. HARDING,
Standard Pat. Medicines.
Paints. Oils and window uiasa.
BARPISO 8 BWJCR-
Job Printing at the
WE PLACE ON SALE SATURDAY
morning 1000 manufacturers'
samples of LACE CURTAINS, running
about U yard long. Just the thing
for Sash Curtaln3. Many of these if
in full curtains would cost $5 to $7
per pair. We bought them at a
fractional part of their value and you
can take your choice for 25c each.
We have opened in the past week
NEW HATS for Men, NEW CAPS for
Men and Boys, STYLISH CAPS for
Girls, New Kid Gloves, Men's Work
lug pants, also 50 more cases Shoes
and Rubbers. When yon have any
thing to buy visit the BEE-HIVE,
Oregon City's busy store. - - - -
CAUFIED BLOCK, OREGON CITY.
ii tfi V- -
Mnlnlln in slowing advanceing not
withatandins the hard times and late
nt'HS of the season.
F. C. Perry has several teams engaged
in hauline lumber for a new hotel. He
has moved his dwelling to one Bide and
is aoine to put up a building where it
stood that will be a credit to our village.
The new school house is about complet
ed. The lower rooms are now ready
for the seats. School will commence in
a short time.
Judee Bennett spoke to the Molalla
people recently on the free coinage of
silver and there was a large crowd pres
ent. The judge is a fluent speaker ana
well versed on the money question . He
explained the situation so clearly that
wavfarina man .though a fool, need noi
err therein, but on the 3d day of next
November go to the polls and vote for
Brvan and free silver. Bryan is going
to receive a rousing vote here.
A force of men are now at work on
thn hill anoroachinK the river on the
Molalla and Dickey prairie road ;they are
making a partly new and extensive grace
there, something that has been necueu
for some time
Uncle Jake Harless has had returns
from the rock that he sent to a San
Francisco milling company taken from
his ledge on the heau waters of the
Molalla. He is highly pleased with the
returns. They are thinking of organiz
ing a company and erecting a mill there
nnxt season as it is now too late to
do anything this fall. Wales Russell
came out recently from his ledge on
Ogle Creek. He has done considerable
work there this fall and his ledge shows
up some fine rock.
Jacok Kline and son from Eastern
Oregon are visiting with John ami
Annie Stubbs. Mr. Kline formerly liven
here and is one of Clackamas county's
Mike Clifford is in Lncle hemi em
ulove no longer ; he made his last trip
as mail carrier last Saturday. Frank
Mulvey now drives the grey mare and
the flying machine.
N. P. Kayler is preparing to pack pork
Master ('laud Rigg', who lias been
quite ill of late, is recovering.
Grandpa Peely is gradually growing
Mr. E. Todd, who has been ill for
some time, was taken to Portland last
week for treatment.
Mrs. Nancy Boston has a lame limb.
Miss Olive Atcheson is a gneBtof Mrs.
W. W. Graham spent Saturday ami
Sunday in Salem.
Mr. A. R. Zumwalt is visiting his
sister, Mrs. Graham, of Newberg.
Miss Maud Seely is a guest of Joiin
Tyler and sister of Woodburn.
Mrs. Melvin Baker is visiting ner
daughter, Mrs. Heater, of Newberg.
Mr. Archie Seely, who is attending
the Pacific University at Newberg, was
at home Saturday and Sunday.
Aliss Lottie Riggs, who is a natural
violinist, rendered a few very choice
selections on her favorite instrument
Saturday evening to a real full house at
thi s place.
Mr. Robb Graham, who left here last
week for British Columbia, arrived there
and has a winter job at a fair figure.
Mr. Graet Litchentiler and family ex
pect to leave us soon.
Miss Etta Seely, who has been with
us for the past winter, has gone to
Aurora, where she expects to spend the
Miss Flora Seely is expected home
. i l i
soon, where she intends to spenu a iew
W. W. Graham, will, if no providence
preventing, leave for Germany some
time in the near future.
Melvin Baker, Mr. Murry, J udd Seely
and others have gone to the coast for a
supply of fish for the winter.
Messrs Dolph Orissell, liarry Keese,
Byran Grem and other hop buyers
umra un in our midst Saturday.
Most of the hop crop of this locality
ia old and on the move i six to seven
cents were paid. Ger Day, J. P. Young,
Mi. Murrv. ltf. fl. Yountf and a '.few
others have sold their entire crop.
October 12. ' Anna.
Trimmed hats, new goods, 50 to 76c
at Mrs, Sladen's.
Money to loan on good security by
A . S. Dresser.
Prescriptions carefully compounded
G. A. Harding's drug store.
Dr. W. Wallens is now assistant to
Dr. J. W.Welch, dentist, opposite P. O.
Cord wood taken on subscription at the
Courier office. Now is the liuie bring
Received at Charman A Son's a large
invoice of wall paper, latest and pret
20 pounds dry granulated sugar II;
flour 75c sack, 8 lbs rice for 25c. Ked
Front Trading Co.
Shark, the barber, don't swim but
he's in the swim when it comes to
shaving and hair cutting.
For your Btrings and extras for all
musical instruments go to Burmeister
& Andresen's, who keep a iull supply.
Blank nole and receipt books of all
kinds and deeds, mortgages, etc.,
cheaper than Portland wholesale prices
at Courier office,
Jacob Kober, the Seventh street baker
keeps on hand a large stock of the best
country cider, soda water and other
temperance drinks. All drinks kepton
L. L. Pickens, dentist, doeB all kinds
of dental work. Gold crowns, porcelain
crowns and bridge work a specialty.
Office in Barclay building, corner Main
and Seventh streets.
Louis Fredrick, the fashionable tailor,
has moved his shop from opposite
Electric hotel to opposite Armory hl
Nothing but first-class work done an
The new Germania Cash Market,
Paul J. Scholz. proprietor, opposite R
R. depot, keeps a full line of first-class
,.,.1,1 .tirira meats. Uive turn a can
and you will be a customer.
Owing to an increase of business in
Portland. Dr. Frank P. Welch, dentist,
will hereafter be unable to make bis
We had a fine rain Saturday night.
J. W. Linn and P. P. Linn attended
the dnace at New Era Saturday night.
C. A. Sprague is growing a fine mus
tache. The Preaster girls of Fahelerville was
In the vicinity of Linn's Mill Sunday.
Miss EarneBtina Specs and a lady
friend of Portland was nut homo Satur
day. Miss Princle Lleek were vidting her
Mr. McGrath is slowly impr)vin.
F. E. Linn is at Forest Grove.
The boys of this place that went to
Maple Lane are netting rich. They are
making 75c per week.
A crowd of young folks twtliHred at L.
Funks and danced till a late hour Fridii
B F. Noyer of Meadow Brook was
visiting at Linn's Mill Saturday and
McKinley nun aro scarce.
Octobsr 12. Enoinekr.
For Bryan and Silver.
The following speakers and dittos have
been arranged by the Bryan Union Sil
ver campaign committee. More will be
added as soon as possible.
C A. Fitch, Wilsonville, 16th 7 :30
W. M.Pierce, Sandy, 19th 7 :30
" Eugle Creek, 20th 1:00
" Damascus, 20th 7 :30
II nionlron,,! 91 of 7'Sfl
Judge Orowell, Oregon City, 21st at 7:30
Hon. John Myers, Logan, 17th at 7:30
Hon. Ben Haydon, Oregon City ,28th ,7 :30
" Harry Watkin's " " 7:30
" W. T. Rigdon, Logan Grange Hall,
" Highland, z4tn, 1 suu
" Beaver Creek school
house. 24th. 7:30.
Hon.W. T. Rigdon, Pleasant Hill, 20th,
, 1:00. . .,
Hon. W. T. Rigdon, Union school house
Hon. JjV, T. Rigdon, Macksburg school
house, 27th, 1 -.00.
Hon.WT. Rigdon, MulinoGrango Hall
-7thr7:0. - -v. .
' ' 1 GKRMAN-'BPKAKINa.
Theodore D.Hengstand Robert Buete
kofer will speak at
Sanjy, Friday, 17th, at 1 p m
Damascus" " 7:30 pm
Dryland schoolhouse, Saturday 17th 7:30
" " , Logan 23d 7:30
" Oregon City, 21st 7:30
0. A. Fitch spoke at Milwaukieon
I). F. Mav and H. Straight spoke at
Clackamas Station on Saturday evening.
A Bryan club with 94 members was
organized and Win. Philip elected presi
dent and W. A. Mills vice-president
The state central committee consists
of J. O. Younv. M. A. Miller and Frank
V. Drake, with offices at rooms 405, ft
and 7, Chamber Commerce building
Brvan will carry Clackamas county
with a majority of f rim 500 to 1000,
and will receive his first lot of hogs next ' ... . tli..aMl(1
Friday, the 16th. He expects to handle
onite a number of hogs this fall and
winter. Jacob Harless and son will also
pack, but will not commence for awhile
Oliver Robbins has rented his farm to
George Force of near Vancouver, Wash.
Mr. Force expects to operate a creamery
here next summer.
Oiver Robbins has purchase-l Torn
in hm natients here, but will 1 pleased
to see them at his Portland office, 612
najor HcKlnley, Stand Up.
Maior. what induced you to change
your mind on the money question?
Mnior. how does itcome that you, wno
profess such love and concern for the
workina masses, are receiving the hearty
and unanimous support of every trust,
syndicate, corporation and wool ;
How does it come Maior, that you.
who parate so loudly about "an honest
dollar for honest labor" are receiving
the support of men who have wrung mil
lions of appreciated dollars from the Uiy-
requited toil of millions otproancers;
Why do vou, the alleged advance
auentof prosperity , advocate the contin
uance of a policy that 'makes prosjierity,
to the producing classes an lmiwssiiniiiy i
VICEROY If ANNA, STAND UP.
How rich are you?
Did you make any of your money re
ducing workingmen's wages?
If the free con laae of silver would, as
you say, tend to reduce the wages of
workingmen, why are lOU opiiosed
Who gives you all the money you are
What do you promise in return for it?
How do you make Mr. McKin'ey do
what you tell him?
Will he keep on doing it when he ia
How did you get hold of him first?
Do yon consider those notes (tllS.OOO
against McKinley) are a good investment?
Arbuckles or Lion Coffee, 20c J starch, j
6c a pound j best soda, 6 pounds for Zc ;
dry granulated sugar,5c. Red Front.
Our new ribtns just arrived ; biggest
line ever in Oregon City, at the Racket
Ornaments for fancy work, all colors,
at the Racket Store.
A fine selection of stamped li'iena
cheap at the Racket Store.