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OREGON CITY, OREGON, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1897.
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ALL TO BE SEEN
OREGON Cm AUIN HOUSE
Produce Taken in Exchange.
'dome in and see our prices before
But how low can we make the price, is the
question we ask ourselves when marking our
goods fur 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 retold in countless others
by appreciative money savers.
CHARMAN & SON,
Dealers in DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
HATS, CATS, FURNISHING GOODS
and GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Call
at the TlCNEER STORE OF ClIARMAN & SON
before buying elsewhere.
MOST STYLISH FURS
AND AT THE LOWEST PRICES
143 Third Street...
h ;v: ' .-,r? 2- 'TW&M r-SlJS f I J.Gurbett is having the inside of h
Vi -z2l:i, trJMZffiM h A iJTO house minted. P. P. Hall of Meado
',wV.i.. & ii jt 2 f' ?iV. f) I I rook is doing the painting.
(: '' . '''JA'Tlv iZt'liZfr; 5-, :l .i'i Y-';'e? i "y r" t-'ifar 1'ratl ot wamic.are vis
Nothing furnishes a room like
an artistically colored, well drawn
wall paper. One may get along
with very little furniture and few
draperies, and yet have the room
wear a comfortable and home like
appearance, if only the wall paper
is warm and rich in ellect. Its
good economy to buy GOOD
WALL TAPER. Inspect our
stock of the latest wall hangings.
Trice 7 cents a double roll and
UELLOMY & VUSCH,
The Housefurnisherg. - OREGON CITY
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You serve to your
guests create as
distinct an impres
sion among them
as your silver,
your linen or your
If you wantcxra
' nice tea and the
very finest flavored
coffee, you . can
surely depend up
getting them here.
Better be sure than
E. E. Williams
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- fe -
Wm. Paddock ami EiUnrJ Johnson
left Monduy for Eastern Oregon to get
work, and expect to be gone for severul
Frimk Johnson's horse got his leg
broken ut tlie railroad crossing south 0'
Chickumus last week nnd hud to be
killed. It is supposed it was done by
Mrs. Clura Dedman came up from
Portland Inst Sunday evening to make
her little daughter, Nida, a short visit.
Mrs. J. 0. Paddock went down to
Portland Inst Saturday morning to do
some trading, returning homo in the
Mrs. Alcetoro of Portland has been
visiting lier parents, Mr. and Airs.
Robinson for the pust two weekB. .
At tho annual election of ollicers at
the M.E. Sunday school Uobert Cramer
waselected superintendent, Mr.Hurmon,
assistance-supl.; Willis Johnson, secre
tary ; Dora Talbert, treasurer.
Milo Thomson led the league an 1 Mr
Manning thejuideavor on last Sunday
evening and Miss Mabel Laurence-will
lead the league next Sunday evening.
All are invited to be present.
Ralph Youman, after an extended trip
through Southern Oregon and Northern
California on his wheel, returned heme
one day last week looking hale and
School commenced last Monday with
Miss Sturchler and Miss House as
Everett Becker, brother-in-law of Mr.
Hatch, visited here last week on his way
to Oorvallis, where he is going to attend
Mrs. Wheeler, of Northern Iowa, an
Evangelist, and mother of our worthy
townsman, Mr. Wheeler, preached an
excellent sermon last Sunday.
The familiar face of Mr. Toney Foster,
after gone all summer, was seen on our
streets one day last week.
We are glad to know that the long
promised wave of prosperity has struck
at least four persons, namely : The four
bank robbers that the president has
p irdoncd after serving half their time.
We noticed in your valuable paper of
last week a report of the verdict of
coroners jury in the matter of the killing
of Patrick Gibson, of Maeksburg, that
the said jury had exonerated the SbnffiP'
em 'Pacific company of blame. Now
gentlemen of the jury how about the
party that sold him the liquor? Have
you exonerated him, if so, we think a
just God has not but will hold him
September 27th. ABC
Hon.E. A. Moses, of Portland, snent
Sunday in our midst.
Wm. M. Gage, of Kansas, an only
brother of J. P. Gage of this place, ar
rived here on the 26th. It is the first
time the brothers have met since 1870.
John Schieve and Ohas. Polivka have
made several barrels of cider on the
Goldsmith place. Seven.1 more barrels
have been ground out at Wm. Sehatz's
T. L. Turner and sons have been haul
ing lumber from Jones' mill on the
macadam road to build a house for his
son, Albert. Gephart and Reichle have
the contract to erect the building.
Edward Sharp is getting along slowly
with his residence.
Many people are traveling on the road
and camp in many out-ofsthe-way places.
School commenced here ih district No
41, Monday the 20th, with our former
teacher, Miss Ida Francis, at the helm.
Wild brandts have begun to go south
ward ; it must be that autumn has come
Sports have not had very good success
in these parts, not much game here and
ome of the farmer boys don't have any
respect for bird-dog.
Sum Mayer has been making grape
P. A. Baker has some plowing done
an 1 is now ready to sow f II grain.
Fruit harvest is new at hand. Pitch
in now if you ever exi ect to partake of
it in the winter.
September 27. Lengtuv.
Fall plowing has commenced.
Everybody in this section lias returned
home from hop picking
Mrs. W. E. Eonney lias the erysipelas.
C. O. Hubbard and daughter, Miss
IlesMe, went to Oregon City one day
j Miss Ellen Bonney returned to Port
i land Thursday.
I Miss Grace Gorbett was the guests of
' Miss Pessie Hubbard Sunday.
' September 24th. Almioi.
COR. FRONT &. TAYLOR STS., PORTLAND, OREGON
Royal make tha food pura,
wbolaaona and dallckwa.
k ROVAl RAKING POWDM CO., NfW VOW.
Mr. Tonn Yocum finished threshing
last Monday and pulled hi machine
home at last. He hud 31 days' run and
wassoinewhiii tired of threshing. There
iw h thwrtony uww-J'4iy.."nlii ,,ua
week when they thniitint George l'
ecly was. married and all went to give
a serenade, tie cnine out simunK ami
told the boys they had come a weK too
soon and that they would have to come
The coyotes are getting p etty boM as
one came in day time olose to Mr. Frank
Lemon 'a house and got a sbe-p down,
but one of the boys seen it in time to
save the sheep. More good hound dogs
needed around GarSeld.
Q. P. Irvin liad the misfortune to lose
one of bis good hounds not long since.
Jack Honebane has moved out on his
farm and will build a new house right
away. Mr. Liberal and wife from Port
land are camping near Mr. Honebane's
and will help him with his house.
Born, to the wife of F. N. Covey, a
girl, on September 23 1. Grandpa Irvin
wears a broad smile on his face over his
fine grand daughter.
Ira and Elmer Davis have returned
from east of the mountains, where they
have been herding sheep for several
Mrs Sarah Wilcox and family returned
from the hop patch last Sunday.
There was quite a large crowd at the
Rankincus lodge last Saturday night.
Mrs Annie Hiccinbothm of Viola
visited Mrs J. P. Irvin and Mrs. D. A.
Jones 1 st Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. Hammer of C'herryville is visit-
l l . . .. . T. II..
ing Her unignter nere, ftirs. ieim
Cheap Railroad Rates to the Oregon
' State Fair, September 30 to
1 October 8, 1897-
The low rate of one fare for the round
trip will be given by the Southern Pacific
f om any point on their lines in Oregon,
to enable all to attend.
Tlie peopie-s state institution ior u.e
improvement of agriculture and the
mechanical and household arts. Repre-.
sentea in uistnci ceparimenis aim
divisions for the in'elligent exhibition
of the various breeds and types of horses,
cattle, sheep, swine, and poultry, and
the many clastes of machinery and im
plements, manufactures and merchan
dise, musical instruments, domestic
manufacture, woman's work, science and
art. The people of the state are es
pecially invited to participate. I.et us
demonstrate the capabilities of Oregon
and Oregon people. One fare for the
round trip. Popular admission of 25
Humors in the Blood, boils, pimples,,
scrof.ila sores, are p-omptly eradicate-1
by Hood's Sarsaparilla, the One True
Blood Purilier, nerve tonic and health j
bS'. PHI. are easv to take, easy to '
operate. Cu e indigestion, biliousness. 1
Get Peacock Hour if you love good
bread, at Harris' Grocery.
The cheapest and best line of crockery
. in Portland is at Httino's Tea Store, 288
Fine new line of umbrellas and canes
at Burmeieters & Andresens's Jewelry
The cheapest place in town to buy
your hosiery is at the Racket Store.
If you want a fine lawn sow our fancy
lairn grass seed now. E.E.Williams,
Don't fail to see our variety of ladies',
gents' and children's underwear, wool
and fleeced lined, at the Racket Store.
Do not fail to attend the opening of
Mrs. Sladon'8 Millinery parlors next
week and see the fine pattern hats.
Prices right. Quality liest. Timothy,
i;lovcr, alsike, orchard grass, and other
K'0 seeus. B. mmimi", inegrocer
Furniture upholstered nnd repaired at
the Oregon City Auction .
Tliu iinest jkJSymier, .tea ut 25c 8 lb
Lin., U'v-fil'.y uM Ham BrHw.i
OllS-ldln 'i'S C.in J'i;.-.'u urItl.V lij' bfltlll d
. hwr m keg bm'at
i Knna i;i;,,,,t .!,.,, T.,'in c Wil.
Iv n a pp's Lti3i.ua rfc tub m
helm, pioprietor .Sell wood brewery.
Get your picture frames made at the
the Oregon City ucuon House at very
Golden fleeced knifing yarn, saxony
and zephyr, all colors at the Racket
Ladies, come and see out corsets,
atest styles in short corsets, ulso child
ren's corset waists, at the Racket Store
Try our cream Java nnd Mocha coffee,
3 lbs for f 1, Harris' grocery.
All hats and bonnets at Mrs. Sluden's
at below cost from now nn.
Justice court blanks 15 cents per dozen
at Couuier ollice.
Prescriptions carefully compounded
G. A. Harding's drug store.
For the best shave or hair cut to
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 B. Horny & Hunch's. They
are certainly the right thing.
County and city warrants, gold, silver,
produce, wood, etc., taken at par for all
accounts by the Oouuikk.
Dr. V . VViidunx i now associated
with D . J. W. VV'e oh, dmiti-r,, in Wil
litnit'tte bli ck.
For your strings and extras for all
uiUHicul instruments v to Burmeister
& Anilresen's, who keep n full supply
Before furnishing your house call at
Young's second hand store and lie will
fit you out for less than one-quarter of
what new goods would cost.
I,. JL Pickens, dentist, does all kinds
j of dental work. Gold crowns, porcelain
- , . . . k 8l,,,cialy.
offlce jn Ban., WMinjlt corm,r Main
With a little cost one's rooms can be
made as good and bright as new. Call
at Hobnail's and see styles and pattern
all up-to-ilate 18.17 goods. Seventh
street, near bridge.
Ciib.m'. A lot in Oregon City
(Kansas City) for rale for fl(K) on in
siallment filari i nl l"t in Smith Oregon
City lor $')0 on iime terms. Inquire at
LVckikk "Hi'-e for piir'i' iilats.
A gentleman went into Hobnail's to
buy some wall paper for bis rcrlor and
looking through the many samples
' I.. .....I . r:a l.at IVJ.ru fi Til t.
r ... . , . .
c.ded upn one. "What is the price of
that paper?" ' cents per double
T," "l m afraid that is too cheap."
j s explained how and why
it was sold so cheap, he took the paper
and was highly pleased.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Ofllcc iu Oiogon City Hank Mock,
OimooM City, .... (jbigoii.
C. II. ISOM,
Civil Engineer & Deputy County Surveyor
Will bo m Court Mourn on ranh Raturd k
and ou ri'KiilHr hi'ikIiiii (lu vh of
J. W. WELCH,
OrpoMTK P. 0., Oiikiion City, Oni.
Geo. C. Bbownkll.
J. U. Campbiia.
BROWNELL & CAMPBELL,
ATTOKNEVS AT LAW.
Caufleld BulltlinR ' Oregon City, Or
C. N. GRIiENMAN,
(Establlnhod 181)3 )
Parcels delivered to all parts of the city.
THOS. F. RYAN,
Notary Public and Real Estate Broker-
Lkauino Insuranci Aokmcy or Olackama
Money to Loan. Abstracts ot Title Hade.
Drawing of Legal Documents a Kpccialty
Office on eHHt slile of Main street
Between Oth and 7tli.
C. D. & D. C. LATODRETTE
Attorneys at Law.
Commercial, Real Estate and
Probate Law Specialties.
rrvnTic 11m nnnrTdT
tii ti s.a aviU- iu v ii3w a-5-
ar.d Land Plaster.
The Commercial Bank
..u LlF.ltREGON CITY.
CAPITAL f WO, 000.
Transacts a General Banking Business
Loan made. Hills discounted. Makes 00
lections. BiiyHauil Ncllsexchaiigenii allpoluli
In tlie United Stales and Kuropt: and on Hong
Kong. Deposits received subjectto check,
Batik open from 9 A.M. to P. M.
D. 0. LATODKHTTE, K. E. DONAIjDBOH
F. C. GAUKE,
Plumbing and Tinning.
dobbin-of All Kind 1
n NitHcialty. '
Wilson 4 Cooke'B
Bank of Oregon City.
OI.I1E8T BANKING HOOSB IN Tn CITY
I'uid Up Caplttil, $50,000.
CHAft H. CACLIED
0ro. A. nARma
E. G. Caufuld
K Genoral Banking Business Transacted
Deposits Received Subject lo Check.
Approved Bills and Notes Dtsccuntcd.
County and City Warrants bought.
Loans Made on Available Secuntv
Exchange Bought and 4nld.
Collections Made Promptly.
D afts Hold Available in Any Part ol tb
Telegraphic Exchange Hold on Portland, Ban
Francisco, Chicago and New York.
Interest Paid on Time Deposit!.
Granite Pudding Pans, 15,17, jK, 25c
' Mn.Hi.rvu k',.ttl,.d O.'i 11 X 4Ut
it rtr .. tr . . i , r.
lea ivuiiies, oil, vn:, 1.10.
We will sell yon best Knvelopes for
5 cents a buneh, also the best
Ink Tablets at 5 and
L. A. PATTERSON & CO...
Oregon City - Oregon