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OREGON CITY, OREGON, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1897.
. We keep a full assort
ment of all kinds and
sizes. Air tight. ' Do
not need any recom
mendation. Once in
your house you will
never be without. Oome
and inspect our im
mense stock. Prices
from $3-75 and up.
BliLLOMY & LUSCH,
OREGON CITV - OKKGON
S330:D HND H1RNESS
ALL TO BE
OREGON CITY AUCTION HOUSE
S(Sf"Produce Taken in Exchange.
jTOome in and see our prices before
, buying elsewhere.
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 w ant txra
nice tea and the
very finest flavored
coffee, you can
surely depend up
getting them here.
Better be sure than
E. E. Williams
Not How .
But how low can we make the price, is the
question we ask ourselves when marking our
roods 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.
CHARM AN & SON,
Dealers in DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
HATS, CAPS, FURNISHING GOODS
and GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Call
at the Picnekr Store of Ciiarman & Son
before buying elsewhere.
Tiik Gkrmama Market.-
Ia the cheapest place in the city
to buy t t t t t
Seventh Street, Near Depot, Oregon City.
Pai'l J. Sciiolz, Prop. t t t t
U II 111 I'1' WH M IP I
Molalla slowly continues to improve
notwithstanding hard times and the long
looked for McKinley prosperity..
Frank Kayler is building a neat cottage
on his lot in the Moody addition to our
village. John Alexander is finishing
his residence. V. P. Herman has
moved to town and is occupying his new
barn as a residence until he can build a
house. The carpenters are at work on
the old si hool house that now belongs
to Mis. Moody and are making a
residence of the same; the Rev. Molloy
will live in it. James King, our black
smith, has added a new picket and board
fence to his many improvements this
summer. Looks as though there might
be a wedding in that end ot town some
Our school is progressing finely and is
well attended. '
Albert Engle is with us again after
nnderg6inii a very serious surgical oper
ation recently at ihe Gladstone hospital.
He speaks very highly of the attention
that he received while there.
Fay Moody is home again after rail
roading, while in die vacinity ot Bainier .
He dosen't seem to fancy that portion ol
There was some excitement here for
awhile last Sunday morning. Son.e one
in passing Maekrell's harness shop
noticed that a window glas.in each of
his front windows was broken. Mr.
Mackrell is away visiting his parents
near Astoria and it was thought that
burglars had been at work, but upon
further investigation it was found that
Luther Fox had carelessly place ! ins
wheel in such a uosition that one of the
handle bars went through the glass,
while Uncle Sam No. 2 got frisky and
accidently shied a rock through the
Miss Mertie Eby has gone to Portland
to have her eyes treated.
Mrs. 0. W. Robbins was called to the
home of her mother near Corvallis by
the dangerous illness of her sister.
E. P. Carter has moved his family to
Molalja and has goi e to Phenix, Ariz.,
he is in hopes that the change of climate
may benefit his health, which has been
failing rapidly for the past year.
Levi Bobbins has moved to town to
spend the winter.
Uncle Jake Harless is still at work on
his ledge in the vicinity of Ogle Creek.
He is highly encouraged the way in is
showing up so far. It is of a chalky
formation and carries considerable free
gold. Holt and Wheeler haw moved
from their ledge on Henline Creek to a
ledge that they have located on Gold
creek. It is in the vicinity f the old
Foley mine that was located years ago.
There is a smelter betna elected on Gold
creek near Holt and Whee.er'smine that
will work all the ore that they will
produce.' They are pn paring to spend
the winter there. There was a party of
some six or more pushed through here
recently to placer mine on the upper
Molalla; they were outfitted by Mason
Ehrman & Co. of Portland and went
prepared to stay awhile. ltnsoll and
1'elkey are at work on their Ogh Creek
mines doing assessment work.
Some of our Molalla hoys have taken
the Klondike fever but will not start
There has been several fine deer killed
on the Molalla recently. Jinks McCown
shot a large fat buck in the river a few
davs atro. Several bear have been seen
around here this fall but oniy two have
been killed so far.
Farmers are about through w ith their
fall sowing of wheat in this region. A
large acreage fas oeen pin in.
Old Father Dibble was dangerously
ill when last heard from.
F. C. Perrv is mourning the absence
of his pet fox again. Uncle Billy s
hounds failed to locate Mr. Fox this
time so in the future he will visit hen
roosts in style consistent with a leather
collar and about a foot of dog chain.
Wisley Uiggs, who livesin the vicinity
of Mackshnrg, met with a painful ac
cident hile hunting in the mountains
recently. He fired at adeer when his
gun burst lacerating the inside of his
left hand terribly, tearing the fiesh from
the inside of his hand ani l fingers, cause 1
by overloading Jus cartridges with
October 20. X Y Z
3 V OT7
ATTORNEY AT LAW, ..
Office in Oiogou City Bunk Block,
Orkgom City. - turGOH.
C II. ISOM,
Civil Engineer &, Deputy County Surveyor
bo Rl Court House on each Sat
and on tpkiiIht session (lavs of
Opposite P. O., Oregon City, Okb.
Geo. C. Brownkll.
J. U. Campbell.
BROWNELL & CAMPBELL,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Oregon City ,Ore
COR. FRONT & TAYLOR STS., PORTLAND, OREGON
C N. GREENMAN,
Royal makes the food pure,
wholesome and delicious.
ROYAL BAKING POWOFfl CO., NPWVORK.
The acrengeof wheat sown
will greatly exceed that of
The Currin boys and G.B.L;nn drove
to Troutda'e last Monday 41) head of beef
cattle, and sold them for 2'4 and 2a
cents per pound.
Miller brothers of Fall Creek, on the
upper Clackamas, have located three
gold and silver quartz claims, which
they are sanguine will pay handsomely
when properly developed.
There have been many prospectors in
the Cascade mountains near here the
Mr S. 0. Huffman and others have
located a coal mine, which they think
will be valuable when developed. They
claim the vein is 10 inches thick, and of
good coal. The mine is'.located on Eagle
creek, about eight miles east of this
October 20th. S. S. .
(Established 1805 )
Parcels delivered to all parts of the city.
JUL JL ?
tTTE have received in the past few days OYER.
7 i-ii'irir -r VI.MV IU I 1 CILII'lt
Al! our orders were placed btfore the advance
in prices, and our customers will find us as
low as Portland's largest houses and much lower than same
goods can be bought for in Oregon City.
If you want. . .
Mr.nr.d Mrs. I'hylander Davis from
Clackamas wcrehere last, week . visiting
his brothers, William and J J. Davis.
Sir. Elie Surface and his sister, Mrs.
R. M. Stone, from Hides creek, are out
on' a short visit to see their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. L. H. .Surface. Their father is
failing in health.
Henry Pahnateer is hauling lumber
for his new house.
Mr. Antriii and family is moving to
Portland for the winter.
Mr. Hubbard is visiting the upper
hatchery this week.
Mr. O. KrUbamn thinks he will have
about liOO'i pounds of prunes. He and
Hass Tracy are liuulum them to Port
hind. Two young couples, one fiom Oarlield
and the other from Springwatef , went
to iregon (. it y one day last week in a
iireat rush. It was generally supposed
that they went to get the knot tied, but
by some hook or crooK tncy maue a
Mr. Ed Crawford had the misfortune
to lose bis drv house ami woodshed by
fire while dryiiu fruit.
October Kith. XX.
This fine wea'her makes the farmers
get in and rustle to get their fall plowing
done and grain sowed.
Miss Cretie Lemon has returned home
from Portland. She thinks there is no
place like home.
Mr. Estuce Dear lorff of Damascus was
on the hills last Sunday to see his girl.
It was a fine day for buggy riding.
Miss Sadie Surface has come homo to
stay a w hile. She lias been working at
Spiingwater for several months.
Edwin Burlingame and ilber Wade
were in the mountains last week hunt
ing. Mr. Burlingame killed three bear.
October 18th. Amkiucth
The will of the late N. 0. Walden was
filed for probate. The instrument is in
the handwriting of the testator, and was
executed August 10,1895, E.G. Oaurteld
and tlermaif lv. .Ione'9 being the wit
nesses. Mr. Walden bequeathed all his
estate, real, p rsonal and mixed, to his
wife, "to be used and disposed of as she
shall deem for the best interest of her
eelt and our children." Mrs. Walden,
Geo. A. Harding, E. E Charman ami
Oh'as. n.JCaulield are named as execu
tors of the will without bond. In the
petition for probate the estimated value
uf the estate is given at $20,1100.
J.M. Tracy appointed administrator
of i he estate of his father, E. U. Tracy,
which consists of $7'J0U in money.
Final hearimr of report ot Jacob stroll
aecker, executor ot N. Strohaecker, set
for December bth.
THOS. F. RYAN,
Notary Public and Real Estate Broker.
Leading Insvbancr Agency of Clackam
Money to Loan. Abstracts of Title Made.
DrawiiiK of Legal Doouments a Sptioialtr
Olllce on east side of Main stroet
Between 61k and 7th.
OREGON CITY, - OREGON.
C. D. & D. C. LATOURETTE
Attorneys at Law,
Commercial, Real Estate and
Probate Law Specialties.
OFFICE: Commnrolal Biik Bultdin
03EG0M CITY. OREGON.
(ieorye Stock, administrator of estate
of Henry Stock, ordered to proceed to
collect notes held by estate against r . W .
Putlkamerand M. O. and 'I, S Oard.
Heirs of estate of Sarah Jane Scott
ordered to appear December tith and
show cause whv sale of s half of w hall
of nw qr of sec 21, t 5 s, r 1 e, Bhould not
GROCEPJES AND PROVISIONS
Mill Peed, Lime, Cement
and Land Plaster. .
The Commercial Bank
OF OREGON CITY.
CAPITAL f 100,000.
Transacts a General Banking Business
Loana matte, 'fills 'lUeomited. Makea CO
lectlonn. Huvr and aolls exehaiiKe on all points
In the United States and Knnme and on Holj
Kong. UepoHlts roeolved aubjectto cheek.
Bonk open from 9 A.M. to 4 P. M.
P.O. LATOURKTTE, P. E. DOKALDBON
President. ( anlilo
LADIES' or GENTS' FURNISHINGS,
FAXCY BKY GOODS or
Pe sure and visit the. . .
.BEE - HIVE.
Oregon City, Or.
Jack Frost has made his appearance
in this locality.
Mrs. W. II. Young is on the sick list.
Miss Bessie Hubbard was the guest of
Miss Blanche Bond Sunday.
There was singing at the schoolhonse
Carl Stronyreen has taken a bride.
P. Williams nd wife. Misses Meudie
Hubbard and (irace tiorliett were the
ijuest of J. H. Sexton last Sunday.
Mack Force was in this vicinity buy
ing cattle this week.
There will be a grand ball at the
Canyon ( reek hall Saturday nigut,
A. UGorU-tt will start for Ostran ler,
Wash., next Monday to work in the log-gin-.'
.T. H.Bonnev returned home Thurs
day. He has been working on the r.iil-
njau nil iirtim i . j
Charley t.'ottbcrg o! Oregon lty wa
home on a visit t) bis mother latt
Byn.n Orim of Aurora was in this
neibi'orhood one day last week.
October Ki. Ai-eiiocsu.
MOST STYLISH FURS
AND AT THE LOWEST PRICES
H3 Tlilrd Street.
Ever b.'ily Hayn K.
('BM-'i'ets Camlv Ca'har'ic, thi most
woncb r ul medi-al discovery of the age,
pleafant and refreshing to ibe taste, acl
Ketitly i;iid positively on kidneys, liver
and boweU. :lf Hnsiiijj I be -nl irf system,
dii-pel i:;ld". cure lehdach', (eve1-,
hahiiiinl eoiiiia!iui and lnli.iuness.
1'lf-ane tin v- and try box of (J C. to
day ; 10, 2", oil cents S..ld ami guaran
teed to cure by ull druii1''-
Mrs K. d. Marshall was very sick
we-'k but is better at p esent.
Mrs. Kakel, Mrs. T.-mpleton an.l Mr t
Stokes were visiiimr Mrs. Winkle of the
West Side last Tb'irsday.
Mrs. Davis of 1'orll n 1, mother o' our
former tow suiau, and uran l daughter,
were visiting fuen s here Saturday.
Mr. llarrisburger a-d family have
nioveil fr j:n til ;ir resi tone to 'he newly
liuishe I dwelling on the hill.
Mr. I'radley and family have moved
to Alliany, where be will engage in the
The spelling school given last Friday
evening at the literary hall was very
interesting and instructive. The society
is in good working order and w ill no
doubt lie successful in its future. The
lexereises lor rriiay, tjciouer -u,
beadiscussionon the subject, "Resolved,
That the Pen is Miyhtier than the
Sword." OnFrilay.O.aolKfr'.'ilth, then
will be g veil a live entertainment and
', all the Uauem.ib people Hhoold attend
for the program will I worth their time
! at least, HIM so give encouiaaemuni
i the sixdel V.
October -0. Piioiini-hs.
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To urn ConatIiiatlV.il Forever.
Take. Casraiets t-'andv Ciitiinrtif.
or If C. C. C. f al toi'lir.dru.'gis
KiliiKuto Your HwU Wltll VanrtU,
Candy ('athariie, .cum c'iiistipKUoii
torever 10c. 2"c.
lists refund money.
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