Image provided by: Oregon City Public Library; Oregon City, OR
About Oregon City courier. (Oregon City, Or.) 1896-1898 | View This Issue
OREGON CITY, OREGON, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 197.
iisiim'B w . v .
ALL TO BE SEEN
OREGON CITY. AUCTIN HOUSE
"Produce Taken in Exchange.
'Ootne in and see our prices before
Hut how low can we make the price, is the
question we ask ourselves when marking our
goods for sale. That's what makes ours an
ever-panding business, it's a potent advertiser;
it tells the story through the purse in thousands
of homes, only to be reto!d in countless others
by appreciative money savers.
CHARM AN & SON,
Dealers in DRY GOODS. GROCERIES,
HATS, CAPS, FURNISHING GOODS
and GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Call
at the FICNEER STORE OK ClIARMAN & SON
before buying elsewhere. "
; Furs! Furs! Furs! I
MOST STYLISH FURS f
AND AT THE LOWEST PRICES !
J AT... .5
I! S- SILVERFIELD I
!j Leading Furrier
. -143 Third Street...
;. PORTLAND ; - OREGONJ
Nothing furnishes a room like
an artistically colored, well drawn
wall paper. One may get along
with very little furniture and few
draperies, and et have the room
wear a comfortable and home like
appearance, if only the wall paper
is warm and rich in effect. It'f
good economy to buy GOOD
WALL I'AI'KR. Inspect our
stock of the latt.st wall hangings.
Price 7 cents a double roll and
UKI.LO.UY A. 1U'S( H,
The HousefurnisherH. OREGON CITY
I I I I I I
You serve to your
guests create as
distinct an impres
sion among them
as your silver,
your linen or your
If you want exri
nice tea -and the
very finest flavored,
coffee, you can
surely depend up
getting them here.
Better be sure than
E. E. Williams
rn 1 1
Royal make the load pur,
whultMoi aod dallcloaa.
omi auntM mwnr CO.. nfw vook.
The greater part of the Caneniuh hop
pickers have returned and will now make
use of their reppective fortunes.
The Oanemah s hool begun Monday,
September 13th, with Mr. Hyatt as
principaland Miss Hiittie Brayawintant.
The school is now under good manage
ment and is one that the people Bhould
feel proud of and give both teachers and
scholars all the encouragement possible
L. H.Fraster has accepted the position
as salesman in the Oregon Oity flouring
There was quite a serious accident oc-
cured Tuesday evening at the railroad
crossing just above Ktringtown. Fat
Gibson, a farmer living near Macksburg,
was killed almost instantly, together
with a ni e span of hordes. The wagon
was smashed up in great shape. It
seems as though the man was under the
influence of liquor and perhaps he
thought he was off of the crossing wait
ing for the train to pass when really he
was fairly on the track. There was no
person near when the accident occured
but from the position in which the
horses and wagon was, it stands to reason
that the team - was stationary when
struck by the engine.
Mrs. Williams and family will uoou
remove to iregon Oity. . .
Sept 22. rKOGBHSS. -
s GARFIELD ITEMS.
The sun is shining once more and
it makes people feel more hopeful of
getting their grain taken care of.
A good ninny have returned from hop
picking and ome say they did well this
year picking ; made considerable money.
Mr. Edwin at.d Edgar Burlingame
and families have come across the
mountains from Dufur, and stopped at
I. W. Palmateer's to visit. They are
traveling for Edwin's wife's health. .
Some of the Eagle Greek people have
been huckleberry puking I. 11. Foster,
Voah Stingley, Mr. Anders, Mrs. Egg
Foster and Mrs.. Wagoner.
Emanuel Brighain and Linn Driver,
from Salem were out visiting friends
around here. They returned Monday.
T. Yccun is having some trouble with
his steam thrasher, so they are thrash
ing very slow.
John Porter, our worthy merchant, is
doing a fine business for a country store.
John is pleaiant and accomodating. If
he has not what you ask for, he will get
it as soon as he can send to Portland for
goods. So give him a call one and all.
Misses Doliie Lemon and Minnie
Palmateres have returned from the hop
field and report having a grand time.
The hum of thrashing machines has
ceased ; most of. the grain got wet.
Grain turnei out fine, oats going as high
as 69 bushels per acre, wheat fi3.
Hop pickers are coming hick fast as
the lwats can bring them. They report
a "hot" time.
J. Itaxter of Oregon Oity was visiting
D. H. Mother Sunday and Monday
H. Limlsley of Curus was visiting at
Linn's Mill Sunday.
Misses Kettie and Miy Buhyneer will
soon return to Portland.
Grandma Noyer has ien sick dur
ing last week.
The young folks aTe preparing for a
dance at Logan, October 8th.
A surprise party was given Miss Olive
Mosher, on fai-t Thursday night. A
must inj ryahle time was had by all
present till a wee, wee, hour.
Sept 21. Ticklek.
NO CURE HO PAY.
Thl l the way all 1rni-tii f OROVE'8
TA.-TKI.Ki CHILL TOMi; lor MaUna, Chilli
an-1 Ti-er. li n almply Imn and qqinine In r
a u-lei.ii form. Children We it. A.lul' pff f
at o bluer, nnueaiing Tonn-. Price Mr. rr
talc by C. i. Uuntlry. Iruit.
COR. FRONT & TAYLOR STS
Furnished Every Week by Clacka
maa Abstract & Trust Co. '
0 J Dwyer to Anna M Oasey, easterly
of lots 1 and 2 blk 147. Oregon Oity ;f 1.
The W Invest Co to N Am Trust Oo.
151 acres sec 12 or 6, tp4 s 1 w ; $1.
Idem n of 30 J4 and ne M of se
a.nd ne X of sec 3, tp 5 2 e ; $1.
Elizabeth Finnigan e- al to Josoph
Paqnet,lots t and 8 blk A Canemah ; $'00.
Anna M rasey to Ohas J Lwyer, east
erly of lots 1 and 2 blk 147, Oregon
Monroe Larkins to B H Looney, 100
acres in sec 2(1, tp 4 s 2 e ,$250.
E J Hedges to R 0 Gauong and v A
Hedges, blk 49 and lot corner Washing
ton and 8th street, Oanemah ; $50.
.US to S R Oglesby, Feb. 9th, 66 8
of sec 8, 6 s 1 ejPatent.
A E Perry to G H Derry, se of sw
H Bec7,?aSe; $450. ;
R Kohl'er to Hattie Gribble, lot 1 blk
1 Canby;40. - . .
James Ulges t' H Brush, n ,of sw
F A Bohna to Petor Maelstron, n of
w of nw sec i, 2 s 3 e ; $S19.
J Vanduyes to J H Miller, 40 acres in
A A GoeU to J E Morgan, lot 17 Oak
Grove J $1230.
J K Marley to E 0 Rrown, 8 sec 30
A A Goetz to E Hoitkemper, part of
tract 5 and lots 1 2 3 4 19 23 21 and 22,
blk 94 Oak Grove ; $10.
James "Ryan to R lirannan, lot 3
M Barch to A Deute 3 acres in
Carver claim J $1.
M Barck to M Deute, 3 acres in
Carver claim ; $1.
I Frost to H C Stevens, a tract in sec
J A Frost to II 0 Stevens, same tract ;
U S to S Callahan, n of ne H and
se M of ne M an 1 nenwM sec 18, 5
s 3 e ; Patent.
S Callahan to C Callahan, same land ;
OR Callahan to D-R Callalun, same
land ; $5.
Collin Beebe to Guy Becbe, s , lot 2,
J C llungerford to T R A Sell wood, 10
acres in Whitcom claim ; $1.
S A Forsythe to Wm M Forsythe, w
of sw qr, sec 23, 2 s, 2 e ; $150. .
J H Martin to O E. Martin, 100 by 50
ft. blk 4, Darling's add; $200.
C K Martin to E Biylan, same land;
J K Marlay to A W Cook, a of nw
yn H of sw K sec 34, 2 s 4 e;$10 .
S J Baechler to W B L & I assn part
of lots 5 and 6 blk 140 Oregon Oity i $600.
A I Green to P J Khultz, 1 acre in
definite description ; $75
M A Doolittlo to Eli Criswell, I t 1,
bin 2, Sur,Bet ity;$l 00.
M A Winnie to School Fund Commis
sion, 180 a in Garrett claim and s half of
half of Hathaway claim ; $7'.)73.
L. II. Vincent U (ian w luxd in It.
Lents, the 13th and i'l clone Feb.
Alaze Watkiiii liegan in Isandy,
the 13tli and will close Due. 17th.
Elsie Thomas will hewn in 35, Molalla,
the 27th and clen Dec. 25. '
Mm. L. M. Hedge hegan at Sycamore
the 7th and will cloae Dec. 18th.
D.O. Allarl began in 19, Kelw.on the
6th for a fonr month' term.
L. L- Moore begina in Canby, the
Howard Eccle began in 5, Canby,
Ella Strange began in 77, Damascus,
the 20th and will close in May.
SX - 1:1 UG I IKS
M. S. Shrock begins in 2, Hubbard,
the 27th and closes May 27th.
W. W. Austen began in 4, Logan, the
20lh and will close June 1st.
O. II. Byland began in 29, Carus, last
The following actions were filed in
circuit court since the 8th.
Achilles S. Clark v Frank R.Wright.
. Mary Garrison vs James Hodges.
Hattie E. Dufour vs A. Dufour.
Tootle Weakly Millinery Oo vs E, E.
Martin, W. T. Whitlock, et als.
Bank of Oregon City vs W.T. and A.
Bank of Oregon City vs A. W. How
ard etal. ,
Thos Oharman et al vs M. Stingley.
D. W. Jones vs Wm Ohlikamp et al.
M.O. Stricklin vs B. V. Strickland.
L. E. Shultz vs Jas Shaw ct alff.
C. E. Shipley, ex, vs M.K. Shipley et
Baptist college vs F. C. Mack et al.
.'acob Spangler vs Z. S. Gardet et al.
R. J. Bentel vs4 S. Bates et id.
Jesse Cox, executor of estate of Johna
Lyons, filed final account and November
lsl, set as day for settlement.
Maims of Ella Jones against estate of
L. 11. Hobbs ordered paid, having been
heretofore rejected by administrator.
Sam Engle appointed udminstrator of
estate of David R. Callahan.
Try our cream Java and Mocha coffee,
3 lbs" for (1. Harria' grocery.
All liaiH and bonnets at Mrs. Bladen's
at below coBt from now on.
Justice court blanks 15 cents per dozen
at Coukiku office.
PreHcriptious carefully compounded
0. A. Harding' drug store.
For the beat shave or hair cut t
be had go to P.G. Shark's shop. Shaving
Get your paint and oils at Harris'
grocery and save money.
Inspect those adjustable window
screens at Bellomy & Busch's. They
are certainly the right thing.
County and city warrants, gold, silver,
produce, wood, etc., taken at par for all
accounts by the Ooukikk.
Dr. W . Wailens U now shs dialed
witfiD .J. V. Welch, dentixt, in Wil
lamette bh Ci.
For your strings and extras for all
mijHical instrument iro to Burmeister
4 Andresen's, who keep a full supply.
Before furniHhing your houiw call at
Young's second hand store and he will
fit you out for less than one-quarter of
what new goods would cost.
L L. Tickenn, denlint, does all kind
of denial work. Gold crowns, orcelain
crown and bridge work a spt-ciahy
OhVe in Barclay building, corner Main
and Seventh ft reels.
With a little cost one's rooms can be
made as good and blight as new. Call
at Holman's and see styles and pattern
all up-to-date 18:7 goods. Seventh
street, near bridge.
Ciikap A lot in Oregon City
(Km.s.i City) for rale for I(I0 on in
siallnie nt plan ; alto lt in South Oregon
City for t"0 on ame terms. In'piire at
Ot'RiKR fflice for pariirulars.
A gentleman went into Holman's to
buy aome wall paper f(r his parlor and
looking through the many samples
found some patterns that were fine, de
cide! upon one. "What is the price of
that paper?" cents per double
roll." "I'm afraid that is too cheap."
But when it was explained how and why
it was sold so cheap, he Uxjk the paper
and was highly pleased.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
OlIW in Oii-ij in City II unit Block.
Orkuo" city, - obeooh.
C. II. ISOM,
Civil Engineer L Deputy County Surveyor
Will be in Court Iloii.n nn ouch Siitiirdey
aim 011 r";iilnr m'mii iiuvii or
J. W. WELCH,
Oi'i'tmiTi P. O., Oiikiioh City, Oiii,
Geo. C. BaowNKLL
J. U. CmrBtLl.
BROWNELL & CAMPBELL,
ATTORN KVH AT LAW,
CnutlclJ Building Oregon City ,Or
C. N. GREKNMAN,
Expres . and Drayman
Parcels delivered to all parts of the city.
THOS. F. RYAN,
Notary Public and Real Estate Broker.
Leading Ikburanci Aoercy or Olacxama
' Money to Loan. A bulrnuU of Title Mtde.
Drawing nl Legal Documents a Specialty
Office on eaat Hide ot Muln atreel
Between (Sth and 7Ui.
C. D. & D. C. LATOURETTE
Attorneys at Law.
Commercial, Real Estate and
Probate Law Specialties.
OFFICE: Commercial Bm Sulldln
OREGON CITY, OREGON.
H. STRAIGHT,, ;
. IIXAtM: IN
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Mill Peed, Lime, Cement
ar.d Land Plaster. ' -
The Commercial Dank
OF OREGON CITY.
, CAPITAL'f 100,000.
Transacts a General Banking Business
Loans mdo. Hill 'llnoounled. Makei eo
lections. HuvB and noil exchange on all points
In tho United NtateH and Knrone and on Hong
nung. uuiHiau reeoiveu f uuiur.i iw cneca.
Bank open from 9 A. M. to 4 P. M.
D.O. LATOURKTTIt, F. K. DONALDSON
F. C. GADKE,
Plumbing and Tinning
Jobbing of All Kinds
WIlKon a Cooke's
Bank of Oregon City.
OLDEST BANKING HOUSE IN TBI C1TT
l'aid Up Capital, $50,000.
Vice prenldent '
Oio. A. Baidimm
E. Q. CACniU
4 General Bunking UuilovuTraniacted
DepoHlu Received Subject to Chock.
Approved Bill. nd Note. Dlwcunted.
County and Clly Warrant! Bouxht. '
Loam Made on Available 9ecnm
Ezchanite Bought and ld.
Collection. Made Prmnptlr.
Draft. Rold Available in Any Part ol tb
Telegraphic Kxchauge Sold on Portland, Baa
Pranclacn, Chicago and New York.
Intereal Paid on Time fpoltir . .
Do You Need
Any School Supplies?
If you do, go to tlie-Waatnrj
next to the ttoHtolHce, where
they keep all kindx, such aa
fclateg, Tab ets, Fencili) of
all kinds, Ink, Tens, J'encil
Boxen, C'rayona, Itnldiers,
Colorel reiit-ila and Pencil
Fran pi. hetddea tlioiisanda
of other article at our well
known low pricea. t t t
L. A. PATTERSON CO...
Oregon City - Oregon