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Mas, Ukixikb Will. The will of Ellon
J. Hodges, who died in Oanemah, Sep
tember 24, has been admitted to probate
and letters testamentary issued to
Joseph Eugene Hedges, the executor
named in the will. Mrs. Hedges was
the owner o( real estute valued at f 2000
and personal property . estimated to be
worth $o000. The will bequeaths lots 3
and 4 of block 20, Ouncmah, to the
younger daughter, Elizabeth Alice Long,
and to Joseph Eugono Hedges lots 5 and
of block 20, being the family home.
Mrs. Hedgus's bible was given to her
elder daughter, Mary Jane Jacobs, of
St. Johns, Wash., and her silverware
was divided among the seven children.
The remainder of the property is divided
among the five children who do not
receive Oanemah real estate John B
Hedges of Tacoma, Mary J. Jacobs of
St. Johns, William A. Hedges of Oane
mah, Gilbert L. Hedges at Yale college
and Frederick R. Hedges of Oregon City.
Largest Ins. Business F. E. Donalds.
Meikio-Ashopf. The wedding of Mr.
Paul Meinig and Miss Ashoff, of Sandy
precinct, took place at the home of the
bride's parents, at Monmouth, on Wed
nesday, October 21. A large number of
the friends of the contracting parties
were present and the wedding presents
were numerous and handsome, includ
ing a silver tea and coffee service from
a friend In Portland. On the evening
of their arrival at Sandy, the wed
ding was duly celebrated at Mei
nig's hall. In the evening the
company adjourned to Mcinig's hall, at
Sandy postofliee, where the party was
increased by reinforcements of friends
from Oregon City and Portland and the
neighborhood, until at least 250 persons
were present. Dancing was the order ot
the night, and interspersed with pauses
for refreshments, was kept up with vigor
until broad daylight.
10 Big Ins. Companies F. E. Donaldson.
O. E. Convention. The executive
ommittee of the 0. E. Union met Tues
day evening, making definite arrange
ments for the county convention of the
Christian Endeavorers, which will be
held at the Baptist church November
13, 14 and 15. The following committees
were appointed: Entertainment Miss
Mary Mclntyre, Miss Eunice Donaldson
and Mr. Samuel Gibson. Decoration
Mrs. A. S.Dresser, Miss Winnie Graham,
Mrs. L. W. Andrews, Miss May Marks,
Fred Myers and Chester Muir. Finance
E. A. Smith, Jacob Tompkins and F.
E. Donaldson. An interesting program
has been arranged, including eminent
speakers from abroad for each evening.
Lowest Fire Ins. Rates F. E Donaldssa
Mining Claims. N. G. and John N
Stewart on 20th filed notice of location
of "Lucky Boy" lode in Bouth Molalla
district.' "C. McKay, Jno A. Bilger, J
O. McKay, A. Cox, J. D.ivis and J. .H,
E. Cramer us East Portland Milling
Co. filed notice of locating claims in Ogle
Creek district on 2(ith.
Best Ins. Companies F. E. Donaldson,
Grand Band Concert.
A band concert and sociable will be
given by the young ladies of St. Paul's
Episcopal church on Friday night, No
vember 6, at the A nnory hall, the entire
programme being furnished by the
Silverton band. The concert will begin
promptly at 7 :45. A cordial invitation
is extended to all to be present. Ad
mission 50 cents; children 25 cents.
The following is the programme:
Overture A Jolly Night Althouse
March Cosmos Beyer
Cornet Solo J. W. Welch. . . .Brown
Mexican Waltz.TeVol vi a Ver.Barnhouse
Sehottische . . Song and Dance . .Oampbell
March. . .Bells of Oregon City.. Chamber
Trombone Solo. Friendship Polka. Casey
Clog Dance By Messrs. Wiles and
Waltz Long. .Twilight Bells. .Barnhouse
Introducing vocal parts.
Oriental March 1 LaCaravane"
Illustrating caravan crossing desert
March ..... El Capital! Sousa
License to wed issued on 29th to Jennie
"W. Sharp and Eugene Merwin.
K. H. Gabbert, editor of Enterpriie,
Tesigned and left for Southern Oregon
For the best shave or hair cut to
4 had go to P.G. Shark's shop. Shaving
MI suffered with bronchitis for
nearly fire year. My physician
prescribed (or rae without produ
cing iavorable results, and finally
advised me 3 try Ayer's Cherry
Pectoral. I hare taken sis bat
tles of this medicine, aud am now
come nearer being true, than Lx the ciso of a severe
cough. Do you j.-.ovt the feeling? The tickling in the
throat, i'.t you v.Tithe under and fight against, until
at lost rou break out in a paroxysm of coughing?
"V7hy not cure the cough and enjoy unbroken rest?
You can do so by using
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.
This testimonial will fce frnoJ
bnndred others. Free Addreaa J. C
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS.
Mrs. Thos. O'Neil has returned from
Sidney Smyth has just recovered from
a spell of sickness.
Commissioner Juggar visited tho site
for the new Bull Run bridgo last week
New timbers are being put under tho
west approach to the suspension bridgo
Perry Mattoon of Tillamook wus in
town visiting acquantences during past
Band parade free! Band concert 50
cents I! Take them both in without
A voter can cast his vote in any
precinct in the state at coming presiden
Hon. John Myers will speak for Bryan
and silver at Oswego on 30th and at
Clackamas on 31st.
D. W. Kinnaird of Oregon City has
been appointed U. S. deputy mineral
surveyor for Oregon.
Petxold & Gale will receive 200 head
of sheep and 60 head of cattle this week
from Eastern Oregon.
Next week the Star Grocery of V
Harris will occupy the vacant store
room in tho Willamette block.
The Willamette orchestra will give
their first annual mask ball on Novenv
ber 12th at Shively's opera house.
Hon. Ben Hayden and Harry Watkins,
candidate presidential elector on Bryan
ticket, will speak at Canby on 29th.
At White, formerly ot this place, is
now a resident of Rossland, B.C., where
he is prospering. He has married since
Miss Minnie Myers was given a sur
prise party by Miss .Bertha Scott,
Blanche Holden and other friends on
Lumber is on1 the ground for Wm.
Andersen's new house on Jefferson
street next to the Ross Oharman
The Epworth League will give a
"poverty" social at the M. E. church
Friday evening, November 0th. Watch
for programe in next issue.
Judge John R. McBride, of Spokane,
Wash., a brother of U.S. Senator George
McBride, is stumping Eastern Oregon in
favor of Bryan and free silver.
Hon. Geo. Rinearson will address the
people at Lake Shore school house, near
Trullinger's mill, on Saturday afternoon
at 1 o'clock for free silver and Bryan.
The election returns will be posted in
the Y. M. C. A. rooms on Tuesday night
for the benefit of the members. Music
will be furnished and all are invited.
It is reported that the oroprietors of
woolen mills will give their employes a
holiday on Saturday and give each a
to Portland. Election occurs
Judge M. W. Hurley of "Wisconsin, a
lifelong tincoln republican, will speak
for Bryan and free silver at Shively's
hall on this Thursday evening. It will
be a great treat to hear him.
Hon. E. Hofer, candidate for Bryan
presidential elector and a silver repub
lican, will speak at Shively's hall on
Monday evening, November 2d. Other
speakers will also be present.
Samuel Mans left at the Courier
office a sprout of a peach plum tree
that made agrowth of 7 feet and 8 inches
this season. He also has an apple graft
that mode a growth of over 5 feet.
Gen. John F.Miller visited his nephew,
Hon. R. A. Miller, on Tuesday. He is
a prominent old time democrat and was
the nominee for governor in 18G2 against
A. C. Gibbs and is now for Bryan.
Hon. Ben Hayden, one of the most
prominent criminal lawyers in the state,
was in town Wednesday visiting friends.
He left in the evening for Canby to speak
for Bryan and the people's cause.
A large stock of fresh Li m burger
cheese has just been received at the
Seventh Street Bakery of Jacob Kober.
He also keeps pies, cakes, bread, con
fectionery and temperance drinks always
on hand. ' ,
A number of the Portland friends of P.
G. Shark gave him a surprise on Sunday
at his residence on Eleventh street in
honor of his 34th birthday. A very
pleasant time was reported by those
Ernest Rands, Hal Rands, Dave
Henderson, Wm. Baxter, Melvin David,
Ben and Pike Hackley, Robert Creelman,
Steve Hungate and Winnie Dauchy re
turned Saturday from Latah county,
Idaho, where H. H. Johnson and Ernest
Rands completed a surveying contract.
Mr. Rands was well pleased with the
Nou-Iiero does the
saying : " I
ia foil ia Ayer "Cariboos;
Ajcf Co, Lowell, Mass.
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Rev.T. L. Jones was glvon a reception
at tho M. E. church Tuesday,
Bridgo curjienters are putching up the
railroad trestle over Goose flat. .
Col. E. Hufer, a free silver republican
will speak at Shively's hall on Monday
iwenty-ono marriuge licenses were
issued in Clackamas county during
W. P. Hawley is preparing to put a
brick wall under his already elegant
home on the west side.
Belloiny Yiau and Buy Spraguo will
soon leave for Mare Inland where
they will enter the U.S. Navy as appren
Be sure to go to the band concert and
sociable given by the young ladles of the
Episcopal church, November 6, at the
''Docs he know anything about the
money question?" "Not a thing." "How
do you know?" "I see him standing on
the curbstone nearly every day discus
Senator Geo. W. McBride and Thos
H.Tongue will give a gold standard talk
at Shively's hall on Friday evening, and
Robt. P. Porter of Now York will talk
on same subject ut Weiuhard's on Mon
Oregon City Lodge of United Artisans
will give their first annual ball at Wil
lamette hall on Tuesday evening. By a
ipcciul arrangement will the telegraph
company the election (returns win be
bulletined in the hall.
Mrs. Constance Furr, aged 87 years,
died October 23 ut the residence of her
daughter, Mrs. Wm.Rauch, ut Ely, and
was buried at Canby on .Saturday. Mrs.
Ruuch is her only child. She was the
stepmother of I. Furr.
The Silverton band in full uniform,
will purudo on Main street Friday after
noon. November 6, immediately after
their arrival here on the 3:50 train.
Don't miss it 1 They pluy all the latest
marches und ''two steps." ,
Miss Mollie Holmes entertained the
Shakespeare class at her home on Tues
day. The class has been rcorgnized for
the winter und Mrs. Robt. A. Miller
rechosen as leader. The next meeting
will be held at Mrs.Sarah M. McCown'a.
Wood is being delivered on the west
side for the paper mills from the neigh
borhood of Jones' mill and beyond, at
$1.70 per cord. When 25c.stumpage and 70
cents for cutting have been deducted,
but small wages are left for the teamster,
The case of Oregon City vs. M. L.
Moore, treasurer, was argued in the
supreme court on Wednesday by O. D.
Latourette for city and Geo. O. Brownell
for county.-' This is the suit of the city
for part of road fund of the 1805 levy.
Servicesatthe First M. E. church Ore
gon City. Sunday, November 1st, class
meeting, 10:15; preaching by the pastor
at 10:45 a. m., subject, "Consecration" J
Sunday school at 12 m. ; Junior League
at 4 p. m.; Epworth League at 6:30 p.
m.; preaching by tho pastor at 7 :3J p.
m., subject, "Some Reasons why We
Think God Does not Want to Punish
Men." Cordial invitation to all. T. L.
At the Baptist church on Sunday the
pastor will preach at tho usual hours,
morning and evening, Sunday school
immediately following the morning
sermon. Subject of evening sermon,
"The Christian at tho Ballot Box."
Judge Hayes and Commissioner Marks
Monday and Tuesday inspected the
roads between the county seat and Viola,
Eagle Creek, Bull Run and Sandy.
They also examined the site for the new
Bull Run bridge. The new bridge will
cost about $2500.
Mrs. Mary Kennedy Smith, aged 20
years, 9 months and 15 days, wife of
Lester P. Smith, died at the family resi
dence at Clackamas Heights Wednesday,
October 21st. The funeral services took
place from the Baptist church on last
Friday morning, and were conducted by
Rev. M. L. Rugg.
Last week a second chuttle mortgage
for $2000 was filed by Charles Meserve on
the Enterprise plant in favor of Thos.
A. McBride interest for D. J. Switzer,
E. C. Maddock, Tom P. Randall, J. N.
Harrington, J. O. Bradley, L. L. Porter,
John Kruse, T. A. McBride and J. W.
Roots. The instrument was made be
fore the county election.
Married on 24th by Justice 0. Schubel
at Elyville, Christina Callahan and John
R. Davis ; on 25th by Judge Hayes at
residence of George Knight at Canby,
Ella Knight and Clyde Evans ; on 26th
by Rev. J. W. Cowan at Congregational
parsonage, Tille Berandt and Bud
Highest Honors World' Fair.
MOST PERFECT MADE
A pure Crape Cream of T?rtai Powder. Fret
from Ar.Tnonia. Alum or any other adulterant.
40 YEAKS THE STANDARD.
a Ss sl
IF YOU WANT
FOR THE TABLE THAT WILL BE GOOD
AND LASTING, GET A SET OF RQOER
BROS.' silverware. NOTHING BETTER.
BURMEISTER cY ANDRESEIM...
MEW LINK JUST RECEIVED.
new goods, 50 to 75c
at Mrs, tfladen's.
Money to lean on good security by
A . S. Dresser.
Prescriptions carefully compounded
G. A. Harding's drug store.
Received at Charman A Son's a large
invoics of wall paper, latest and pret
20 pounds drj granulated sugar fl;
flour 75c sack, 8 lbs rice for 25c. Red
Front Trading Co.
For your strings and extras for all
musical instruments go to Burmelster
& Andresen's, who keep a full supply
Blsnk note and receipt books of all
kinds and deeds, mortgages, etc
cheaper than Portland wholesale prices
at Courikb office.
Jacob Kober.tlieSeveir.li street baker
keeps on hand a large stock of the best
country elder, soda water and other
temperance drinks. All drinks kepton
L. L. Pickens, dentist, dues all kinds
ef 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 hall.
Nothing but first-class work done an d
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 hore, but will be pleased
to see them at his Portland office, 612
For the accommodation of his many
customers on the hill Mr. Albright has
established a branch meat market in the
Williams' building on Seventh street,
where he keeps a full stock of all kinds
of fresh and salted meats, hams, bacon,
lard. etc. No atale meat kept. Give
him a call. -r.r..
U. A. Wllley has added to his harness
and repair shop second door west of
depot, next to Coubibr office, a full
stock of shoes, where he will cot only
keep a full line of Ursulas hand-made
harness, saddles, etc., but will do all
kinds of harness and bjot and shoe
repairing at prices that can't be dup
licated. Give him a call. Satisfaction
I shall make a special cut in harness
from $2 to $4 on the set, for the first
week in November, and other goods in
proportion. O. A. Wiixky near R. R.
depot, Oregon City.
The latest styles in walking hats and
tarn o'shanters at Miss Goldsmith's.
Buoklen's Arnloa Salve.
Tub BbbtSalvb in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup
tions, and positively cures Piles, or no
pay required. Il is guaranteed to (live
perfect satisfaction or money refunded.
Price 25 cents per box. For sale by
Charman it, Co.
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
Mill Feed, Lime, Cement
and Land Plaster.
High Grade Pianos and Organs, embracing
the Chickering, Ludwig, Fischer, Har
rington, "Mason & Hamlin" and Estey.
REGINA MUSIC BOXES, WASHBURN GUITARS, Etc., KUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
every description, SHEET KUSIC and DUSIC BOOKS. Four floors devoted
to Knsic and Cerchandlse Entirely. Write for prices.
Send for Catalogues. Address all orders to
' m Pi a T t- Pi . t n if
Boilers, 75c, $1, $1.25
Pudding Pans, 6, 6, 7, 9c
Milk Pans, 12, 10, 20c
Fry Pans, 12, 20, 30c
Wash Basins, 6, 8, 10, 12c
Tin Buckets, 8, 12, 10, 10c
Dinner Buckets, 23, 27, 35c
Dippers, 5, 6, 7, 9, 11c
Tin Pails, 12, 19, 24c
Coffee Pots, 9, 12, 15, 17, 20c
Kgg Beaters, 6, 12c
Fire Shovels, 5. 9c
Strainers, 2, 4, 5, C, 7, 9, 12c
THE BAZAAR. L. A. Paterson & Co.,
Nsxt to Postofflce.
GEO. T. HOWARD,
New and Second-Hand Furniture,
Stoves, Tinware, ttc.
All Kinds Second-Hand Goods 'Bought
Seventh St., Near Depot.
C. N. GREENMAN,
Express and Drnymah
Parcels delivered to all parts of the city.
Apple, Pears. Chcrrlos, Plums anrt Prunes,
Italian aim reuuj, pui:lhiuii-b, imuuu.
and Peaoh Trues.
Flrst-Clms lu Every Respect,
US! J. A. COX, Prop.
Write lor Prices,
Keeps a full line of STAPLE and
FANCY GROCERIES, PROVIS
IONS, FLOUR, FEED, FRUITS
and VEGETABLES at
Bank of Oregon City.
OLDEST BANKING IIOU8B IN THI CITY
Puld Up Capital, $50,000.
Geo. a. Habdino
E. 0. CiorilLD
Charles H. Caufibld
A General Banking Business Transacted
Deposits Rocolved Subjoct to Check.
Approved Bills aud Notes Discounted.
County and City Warrants bought.
Loans Made on Available Securilv
Exchange Bought and 4nld.
Collections Made Promptly.
Drafts Hold Available In Any Part Ol th
Telegraphic Exchange Bold on Portland, 8ati
Francisco, Chicago and New York.
Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
Skwino Maciiinbs Cm rap. Want a
sewing- machine? Gel a good one for
$25.00 with five years guarantee; $5.00
down and $5.00 per month until paid.
See Bellomy & Busch about it.
The Oldest and Largest Music Store
In the Pacific Northwest
2ii wornson dried. Drancn oiore, auo
YOU FEEL AS IF EVERY
dollar ought to buy about
twice as much as it did a
couple of years ago. Bring your
dollars here. No field like our
store for planting dollars if you
expect to get a big crop of values
in return. Our shoe store is now
thronged with customers and'
nuea witn the best values ever
known in this part of the
Next Door 10
Oio. C. Baowniix.
i. U. Campbell.
BROWNELL & CAMPBELL,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Oregon City ,Ors
THOS. F. RYAN,
Notary Pnblio and Real Estate Broker
LllDlNO INSUBAKCI AoBKCY OF GLACKaMA
Money to Loan. Abstracts of Title Made.
Drawing of Legal Documents a Specialty
Office on east side of Mnin street
Between 6ta and Tin.
OREGON CITV, -
C. D. fr D. C. LATOURETTE
Attorneys at Law,
Commercial, Real Estate and
Probate Law Specialties.
E. F. DRIG6S,
ATTORnCTT at LA.T7
Office: Two Doors Bouth uf Court Iioum
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
- Offloe in Oiegon City Bank Block.
Osisos City, . OaiooN.
J. W. WELCH,
Orroarra P. 0., Oregon City, Ori.
The Commercial Dank
OF OREGON CITY.
CAPITAL f 100, 000.
Transacts a fleneral Banking Business
Loans mads. Bills discounted. Hakes eu
lections. Buys and sells exchange on all potnu
In the United States and Europe and on Hon,
Keug. Deposits reeelved subject to check.
Bankopon from 9 A. M. to 4 P. M.
D.C, LATODRETTB, F. K. DONALDBOK
Next to Albright's Shop. .
Always keep on hand fresh fish every
day, halibut, salmon, smelt, oysters,
clams and several other kinds ; game ii
CHA8. CATTA, Proprietor
Oregon City, Oregon
Pure Milk and Full
given; delivered to
part of the city.
Holton Dairy and ba Convinced