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OREGON CITY COURIER.
OREGON CITY, OREGON, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1897.
ALL TO BE SEEN
. AT THEj
OREGON CITY AUCTION HOUSE
Produce Taken in Exchange.
'Oomo in and see our prices before
Ikit 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 retold in countless others
by appreciative money savers.
CHAKMAN & SON,
Dealers in DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
HATS, CAPS, FURNISHING GOODS
and GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Call
at the PlCNEER STORE OK CHARMAN & SON
before buying elsewhere.
. The Gerhania Market.
Is the cheapest
to buy t
FIRST-CLASS FRESH MEATS,
Seventh Street, Near Depot, Oregon City.
Paul J. Sciiolz, Prop. t t t
-""IE have received in
J All our orders were placed before the advance
in prices, and our
low as Portland's largest houses and much lower than same
goods can be bo ught for in Oregon City.
If you want. . .
LADIES' or GENTS' FURNISHINGS,
FANCY DKY GO 333 or
lie sure and visit the...
..Iff P,,fiHM Klock
Nothing furnishes a room like
an artistically colored, well drawn
wall paper. One may get alonjj
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 effect. It's
pood economy to buy GOOD
WALL I'AI'KR. Inspect our
stock of the latest wall hangings.
Trice 7 cents a double roll and
BKLLOMY & BUNCH,
The Houfcefurnishers. OREGON CITY
I I I I I l
You serve to your
gues'ts create as
distinct an impres
sion among them
as your silver,
your Imen 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
place in the city
t t t t
the past few days. OVER
customers will find us as
Oregon City, Or
We are having a refreshing rain. Some
are not ready for the rain yet as they
are trying to sow grain.
William Currins and Granvil Linn ate
(retting their cattle out of the mountains.
They brought out quite a band last
George Lockerly brought his bride out
homo Tuesday and Wednesday evening
quite a crowd called on ihera and spent
a very pleasant evening. Mrs. Lockerly
is an accomplished lady and we are glad
to have her come to Garfield to live
among us. Some one changed the
wheels on ono of the young gents' buggy
and riled his good nature for a few
minutes and he had to get out in the
mud and soil his toothpicks.
Ed. Kolman is home again for a short
David Deardoff is here visiting his
children, Mrs. Ider Huxley and Mrs.
Frank Lemon. Mr. Dearoff and wife
have been away two or three years, part
the time in' California and in Coos
county, Oregon. They intend living in
Aser Hawkins, who has been working
near Salem for the last six months, has
come out to his ranch for a while. He
says lie intends to prospect for gold in
the mountains up on the Clackamas
river. We will have an Oregon Klondike
Irvin Wilson came out from the upper
hatchery and reports a fine catch of
Miss Jessie Ourrin of Currinsville
was visiting at Iahue Davis last Sunday.
Mr. and ' Mrs. Duncan and Mrs. J. P.
Irvin was guests of Mrs. Lockerby last
The farmers are hauling their wheat
to Oregon City this full. There was
three loads went from here Monday
morning. J. J. Davis, Ed Linn and J. P.
Irvin each took a load.
Mrs. Ed Haliway has returned from
east of the mountains, where she has
been spending tho summer with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sears.
October 1st. Amkkici'h.
Well, the sun again shines in our part
of the country, after several rainy days,
but the ground is not wet enough to
plow much yet.
Everybody is home again from outing
and hop picking.
Miss Mamie Crocker is in Portland
visiting her Bister, Mrs. Ripply.
Miss Emma Eyeman, who has been
stayintt in Portland quite a while, came
homo to pick hops and intends staying
Our neighborhood seems kind a lone
some since so many of our young folks
have gone off to school and other places.
W. H. Haskins is hauling material
for a new trestle at the Pudding River
The pump peddlers have put in several
new pumps in our neighborhood.
Miss Lottie Samson, accompanied by
her sister, Mrs. Spangler, and husband
and Misses Edith and Jessie Jackson of
Oregon City are attending the fair this
Herbert Johnson will have a sale this
week, he intends moving to Portland
Mr. Hop is moving to Butteville.
Mrs. 'Sacks of Portland is making ar
rangements to buy the Tinzly farm.
Cattle and hop buyers are posting the
people of this part for the last cow ami
calf or a poor little pig.
Rev. Lingren preached two very inter
esting sermons its our school house Sun
day afternoon and evening.
October 4th. Dmv Dhop.
Miss Emma Blanchardof Brownsville,
who' has been vieiting Mr. and Mrs. R.
L. Blanchard, returned home Monday.
Miss Ella Alderman, formerly of this
place but now of Tillamook, was visiting
friends of this place last week.
Master Reese Hlanchard, aged 7 years,
5 months and 23 days, son of Mr. and
Mrs. R. L. ISlanchard, died at hit
hour Wednesday evening, September
22d. His illness has been of 4 months
duration, having suite re I from spinal
trouble during the greater pi t of the
time. He was steadily on the decline
until about 3 weeks before his do.tth,
when improvement gave some hopes of
recovery. Ueeee was a ranch-sought
playmate by his young companions,
and was a general favurite of all who
knew him. Peing thus taken off so
young will lie greatly mourned by the
familv andalarg) number of friends.
The funeral was held at the residence
on Friday, September 24th ; Dr. Wil
liams conducted the services. The n
mains were laid to rest in the Canemah
cemetery witnessed by a large number
October 5th. Progress.
"Only nervous ' is a sure indication
that the blol is not pure. Hood's
SarsaparilU purities the blood and cures
COR. FRONT & TAYLOR STS.,
Royal make the food pure,
wbalewme sad dellcloM.
ftOVH MAKING POWftFR PH. , NFW VOfTK.
. Aiiil Btlil tlie fall rolls on. All work
and no play. We go to Tigardville to a
grange fa;r on Wednesday.
The Duplex literary society was re
organized Sunday with the following
ollicers.:. Henry Shatz, president; Geo.
Clme. vice-president; Jno behatz, Jr.,
maishall ; ('has. Polivka, secretary and
treasury. Will meet again on the 17th
at 2:3 ) p. m ; admittance free.
A. H. Gage, wife and daughter left on
Sunday for the Ntstu ca country to
winter on their homestead.
John Schieve has put his threshing
engine in his chop mill and begun work
Schroeder Bros, chop-mill has resumed
Geo. Biehll was out from Portland
Sunday to visit bis parents. ,
Henry Sohatz has the roof on his po
An addition has been built toSchieve's
John Schatz is working for Mr.Truby
Chas. Walters, wife and son have
been visiting here with her parents.
Mr. Walters is an enterprising young
blacksmith at Glencoe.
Mr. Weissenborn's daughter and
family are daily expected to arrive from
The Pomona grange meets with the
Tualatin grange No. Ill on Wednesday,
the 13th inst. The hall is but t)i miles
from this poatollice.
October 5th. Lhnotiiv.
Highland school commences this week
Monday with Louri Mayfield as teacher
at 35 per month for three months
The dau.htur in-law of James I'arrish,
Andrew Parrish's wife, was examined
by Dr. Stricklin of Oregon City last week
and adjudged insane and subsequently
taken to the insane asylum at Salem.
Mrs.Parrish is a talented young woman,
19 yea s of age and has two children.
A Portland man has tra led for the
Daniel Mayer place and passed through
heie Sunday to examine it.
Our esteemed frumd, Joxeiih Myer,
recently from Tillamook county, is ith
us once more this time, we believe, to j
There will lie on entertainment and j
i, ic social at the Harmony school house
Saturday evening, O.;tober 30th, under
the auspices of the Patriots of America.
There will be present one or to gifted
'speak re, good singing and instrumental
music and a good time in general.
Everybody cordially invit-d. Come
j and bring plenty of good pie or pies,
j October 5th. Cob.
"I was troubled fur a long time with
an itching humor on the scalp," says
Mr. D. P. Davis, Keal's Landing, Fla.,
"but at last, heing recommence l AVer's
Hair VLjor, 1 t ied it, and a compile
cure was effected." Kferyone who hu
Farmers are busy plowing of late.
Apples are a good crop.
D. H. Moshor and Miss Olive Mosher
spent Saturday fflul Sunday in Portland.
Grandma Noyer is visiting her son at
Meadowbrook this week.
B. F. Noyer and wife of Meadowbrook
were visiting B. F. Linn Friday and
Jack Fullen left Saturday for Portland
where he will attend the college this
J. W. Linn spent Sunday in Oarus.
Jack Pancraft of Parkplace is in our
buig. Jack is slightly on the mash.
G.E.Speos spent Sunday in Beaver
Creek visiting his uncle and aunt.
. C. Walunstino will soon leave for
Astoria, where he will spend the winter.
E. Eveson bus got his well moved at
October 8d, Tk-klkr.
A Common Experience.
Scene I. Mr. Johnson is obliged to give
up work, remain in the house and
, take care of himself on account of a
dreadful scrofula sore on one of his
Scene II Mr. Johnson reads a testi
monial which tells of scrofulous
troubles cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla.
He resolves to try it, sends for a
bottle and begin taking it.
Scene III. Mr. Johnson has taken six
bottles of Hood's Sarsaparilla. His
scrofula sore is cured. He is feeling
stronger, has a good appetite and is
able to at tend to his woi k. He writes
a. teBt iiimniul telling of his experience
with Hood's Sarsaparill , and recom
mends to others.
If you want to save money buy your
hats at Miss Goldsmith's.
Furs ! Furs !
143 Third Street...
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ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office lu Oioiion City Bank lllork.
Okeook City, .... oiook.
C. II. ISOM,
Civil Engineer & Deputy County Surveyor
Will be at Court Home nn each Baturd
and on ri'Kiilnr session day of
J. W. WELCH,
OPFOHTI P. 0., OllKOOK ClTV. OKI.
Gko. C. Buownii.l.
J. V. Cahpbiu.
BROWNELL & CAMPBELL,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Cauflelii Building Oregon City ,0r
C. N. GREENMAN,
Express and Drayman
-5 r-r-i r
Parceli delivered to all parts of the city.
THOS. F. RYAN,
Notary Public and Real Estate Broker.
Leading. Insciunci Aohmcv or Olackaha-
Money to Loan. Abstract! of Title Made.
Drawluir of leKal Dooumenta a Specialty
Oftlee on east aide of Main street
Between 6lb and 7th.
OREGON CITY, - OREGON.
C. D. & D. C. LATOURETTE
Attorneys at Law.
Commercial, Real Estate and
Probate Law Specialties.
OFFICE: Commercial 8m Bulldln
OREGON CITY. OREGON,
DXALIK IN "
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Mill Feed, Lime, Cement
and Land Plaster.
The Commercial Bank
OF OREGON CITY.
CAPITAL f 100,000.
Transacts a General Banking Butlnei
Loan" made. 3111b discounted. Mnkei CO
lections. Buy and sells exchange on all points
In the United States and Kuroue and on Hoii
Kong. Deposits received stibfect to check.
Bank open from 9 A.M. to 4 P. H.
D.O. LATOURKITK, K. K. DONALDSON
MOST STYLISH FURS
AND AT THE LOWEST PRICES
i nse 1 it speaks wel! of this ire-uing.