18th YEAR. OREGON CITY, OREGON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1897. NO. 27. I ,f t 1 -E3BE3J A Soft and Warm Bed 1 ia a rare treat to our care-worn q body. A good bed may help us W over a bud cold quick and so extend our life. You owe it to !;9 yourself and family to pay a K little attention to this important ft j fact. Our heavy blankets for $2 Eg a piece would make a suitable j ( hristmaa present., A large rug, 5 2)x5 feet, in front of the bed, is W 5 a uood match. You will do well to inspect our mammoth stock complete in all lines we cany. '4 nuuNO. PHOTOGRAPHS... i&uA ) a ( ...THE LEADING PHOTOGRAPHER... C 1 ' r ma srweer, aieaw court Furs! Furs! Furs! MOST STYLISH FURS AND AT THE LOWEST PR IES AT... S- SILVERFIELD, Leading Furrier 143 Third Street.. PORTLAND OREGON 9 Mr. Jack Carlysle will return to Canada 011 Thursday of thi s week. Mr. Carlysle has resided' in this town for the last ten months and has made a host of friends, who wish him a safe journey and quick return. Howard's mill has been running night and day for some time past, but will run on day work only after this week because the bottom has "fallen out of a portion of the road. Howard's flour is to well known to need mention and with another "good roads" county commissioner would run night and day the year around. The long talked of side walk in Mulino is about to materialize. Enough has already been subscribed to build nearly a mile of walk three planks wide. The Mulino literary society is 111 a flourishing conditi m and are giving free entertainments every Friday evening to crowded houses. Everybody cordially invited io attend. Mr. Manning is home again after be ing two week's on the grand jury. Albert Neukirchner moved into town last week and is hauling flour for Howard. Pete Sager is building a new residence south of the bridge. . Mr. McCord is buiimnga new residence east of the bridge and our new black smith, Mr. Thayer, will Boon build a new residence. He is a No. 1 workman and the people are fast finding itout. Mr. Bowman moveU into nis new house a few days ago. A new general merchandise store win be opened on or about December 1st in Mulino. Something we have needed for some time. Mr. Bocue starts with his family (or Yaquina Bay on Thursday of this week. ! ;n . e r si:... l. miss miner 01 uregon vay, wnu m teaching our school, is giving uood satis faction and will probably be employed lor the spring term. Mrs. Mary Howard, who has been on the sick list, we understand is improving slowly. November 11. tweeim. Royal makes the food pure, wholesome and delicious. r-e.Ar..,:? lily POWDER Absolute! Pur ROVAL BAKING POWDFR CO., NPWYOflK. EPWAR4D RUSHES. RURAL DELL. , r 4.,........ T - ... " jNot How The people of Rural Doll are enjoying the beautiiul weather alter the shower. V. Haskins and his mother are at Hubbard at present visiting ut Mr. Buck's. Mrs. Sax of McMinnville has bought the Tlusley farm and things begins to look different around since grandma has gone. Philip Ogle made a trip to Barlow Monday. Dick Austin has oeen improving tne looks of his place by cutting down some trees in trout 01 Ins bain. There eeems to be a clock thief 111 this vicinity as well as a hat. J. R. Lawler has moved on the Wise mantle place near Macksburg. Ole Kilo has been grubbing out some of hia stumps. We would like to a k the correspondent of Redland- Haven't you anything left to talk about but Linn's I November 15. Dew Drop. 5 jSV W l St n 5 Zfl y CLACKAflAS. But 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-paneling 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, CAPS, FURNISHING GOODS and GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Call at the Pioneer Store of Charman & Sox before buying elsewhere. The Germama Market. Mrs. Humphrey went down to Port land Tuesday of last week to visit a week with her niece, Airs. Wood. The remains of Mr. Shepherd of Arthur's Prairie arrived at Clackamas on the overland Saturday evening. He went to visit his brother in Iowa about two weeks ago and died while there. Funeral services were held at his home Sunday at 11 o'clock by Mr. Gray. He was intered at Damascus. Frank Saudis and Tony Foster took the contract to build Mr. Davern a new barn and commenced work last Monday. .lamer" Hoot and family moved to Port- land last Mond.tv to send his children to school. Mr. Hoots is one of the United States grand jurors. He is an old eetler here and will be greatly missed. Mr. Zeek, our blacksmith, was attend ing court at Oregon City the first of the week as a witness. Miss Cora Johnson took dinner at J 0. Paddock's last Sunday. Mrs. Wheeler, Sen., the evangelist from Northern Iowa, is holding a series of meetings at Sunnvside with some success. Mrs. Cook is on the sick list this week. Mr. Manning resigned the superin tendency of the Congregational Sunday school and Mrs. Deacon was elected to till the vacancy. Mr. Manning expects to move to W ashington soon. Miss May Johnson led the Epworth League last Sunday evening. A good deal of interest was niamlested. Milo Thomson went to the mountains last week to enjoy a week's hunt. Frank Foster was home on a short visit last Sunday. Frank is one of the employes of the Cliff House of Oregon lty. Nov. 17. X SCHOOL REPORTS. monthly Reports of School Districts In the County. COR. FRONT & TAYLOR STS., KUrl I LHrM vJ , UllC.VaUr CIRCUIT COURT. and Lue Is the cheapest place in the city to buy t t t t FIRST-CLASS FRESH MEATS Seventh Street, Near Depot, Oregon City. Paul J. Scholz, Prop. t t t t BEE -HIVE tHe INAUGURATE SATURDAY. NOV EM BER 13th at rattling sale of over j THREE THOUSAND DOLLARS' WORTH of samples bought from one of New Yoik's largest jobbing home. We bought these goods at 50 cents on the dollar and our customers can rely on getting some of the We have ever offered them. The line consists in part of the following : Ladies', Gents' and Children's Underwear, Fascinators, Enit Hoods and Shawls, Ladies', Gents' and Childrens' Hose, Ladies', Gents' and Children's Silk and Woolen Mittens and Gbve3. In fact, it is a metropolitan line and mur.t be hustled off in short order. Special prices made in our shoe department during the sate. REDLAND. Caufield P.lock BEE -HIVE. Oregon City, Or The weather U fine, although the snow waa flying Saturday. Farmers have all their fall plowing done and most of the grain in. Quite a number of the young folks at tended the wedding dance at Preaster s on last Wednesday night and all present from this vicinity report a line lime. Frank Whilenian is working in Ore gon L'ity at present. Wm. Stone, Mr. Murdock and Allen have purchased a new seeder. Mr. Hickman has moved on the Johnson place. M. ShoHz has rented the James place and moved on it a few days' ago. Kev. AV. D. Morehoii'e is the new minister appointed for the M. E. church. B. Noyer is working for B. F. Linn, who is logging of late. Mr. Mclntyre has moved on the Plow man place. Potato digging is about over with in this vicinity uud a good crop is reported. Church at tlia M. h. cliurcli every first ami thir 1 Sunday. Prayer meet ing every Friday evening. P. P. Linn and L. Mosher returiei from Eastern Oregon last week. They report plenty of work and grain the lient for years. W.E. Howell had the misfortune to cut hi ler last Fri lay which will lay him up for several weeks. E. Evenson has left for California, where he has secured employment in I the mines. Miss Milda Linn spent last week visit ing relatives in t.urrinavillo. Report of school taught in district No U lor moniii enuing ivovemoer o, iotx Num ber days taught, 20 ; pupils enrolled 15; average attendance, 14; visitors, u, pupils neither absent nor tardy, James rseukircnner, ii.ni ma insKeep, nay Kirbyson, Clara Hayhurst, Clarence Evans and Tom Evans. Gkutrudb Rice, Teacher Following is the renort of school dis trict No. S 1 for the month ending No vera ber 12; Nuinherof pupils enrolled in principal s room 32, in primary 27, total fit) ; general twera:Jh during month 48. Those who were neither absent nor tardy during the moii'h are: Athleen Hutchinson, Laura Cinther, Rosa Meyer, Calla llorn schuli, Ralph Meyer, of the principal's room, and Nellie Moelinke, Irene Moehnke, Elsie iSluhin, Lottie Horn Echuh, Alvm Uornschuh, Freddie Bolilauder, Lydia Hornsohuh, Jacob (irossmiller. "Visitors present during the month were: Christ Hornschtili, John Moehnke, Lawrence Uornschuh, Henry Steiner, Henry Uiiither, William Hettman, Steye liutciiiiiuou, Ernest Cinther, Elnora Ginther. The program Friday afternoon was as follow s : Recitation ."The Empire Given" Hugo Hanson. Recitation ''A Small Sweet Song" Lydia Uornschuh. Recitation.. "A Gentleman" Ralph Meyer. Recitation "A Sad Story" Athleen Hutchinson. Recitation "Parody 011 Hiawatha" Willie Bohlander. Recitation "A Little Girl" Lottie HornBchuh. Dialogue "Meaning of the Colors" Elmira Ginther Delia Bluhm Laura Ginther. Reading.. .. "A Receipt for Courtship" Willie Uluhtn. Recitation "The Witnesses'" Minnie Bohlander. Recitation "How the Duchinan Killed the Woodehuck" R Ginther Concert Recitation .. ."Be the M atter What it May'1 Irene Moelinke Annie Grossmiller. Recitation "We Are Seven' Ethel Cummins. Recitation "Sue and the Birds" Hazel Ginther. Recitation "The Best That I Can" C'aiU flornschiih Recitation "The Giannner Lesson" Nellie .Moehnke. Recitation "The Flowers" Elmira Ginther. Recitation "A Small Boy Alvin llornschiih. Recitation "The Jame.-town Flood" R isi liullard. Recitation " hen Santa Cl.tus Comes' Tr-ssio 1 uiimiiiis. Recitation "Teddy's Thought Arthur 'loriischuh. Reritation .. "The Contended Little Squirrels" Elmira Ginther Recitation "A Song 01 Chr.stmas" Freddie Bohlander, Remarks by . K. F. Ginther Cl ising Song. ."America". .. School We respectfully invite the public to visit our school at any time ami note our progress. RoHKirr Ginthkh, Principal, Romk liiu.i.AUi), Assistant. Cases Disposed of During Past Week by Judge flclirlde. Risdon vs Risdon, oivoive. Alice M Colu rn vs John Fisher, dismisse I. John Dol.in vs L, Millers el hi, judg ment. Nelll" B Neff vs .1 J Neff, divorce. Saml Steber vs D C Howell, for defendant. ' Assign ment of E M Atkinson, sale ot lots to Maria White toBatisfy mortgage approved. Fred Jenser vs r 11 ami a jonnson, dismissed. Saml Steben vs J M McGe'chie, judg ment lor 71 .70 and coils; amount sued fo- $176. Geo Palniateer vs T J Inglish et als, sheriff to tile amended execuli"ii in sale Perlina Stovall vs Win Stovall, divorce on ground of cruel treatment. Fred G'nber vs B E Hawly et nl. sheriff's sale confirmed, H Miley vs P I Garrett, judgment for 1 173 tH) and costs. J S Kirkley vs Vina Kirkley, divorce V U Harding vs W T Whillock, iudg incuts for ttiail mid $W attorney lee and in second eaie lor l2iK).'.'7 and $110 at tomev fees and s.de urdcre I. T Charm in & Sim vs W P O'Connor, iudumeiil for $13 .;;! an I sale or .civil T" Cha'iuan vs P A Mamuain et a!, judgment lor $23!) 11ml sale ordered. The following jurors were drawn in case of state vs l assins IJ Barlow, indicted for embezzlement: Henry Meletel, Eli Williams, A ! Parker, 11 S Gibson, J N Harrington, Thomas Gilibs, Clay Green, Jus Myers, Scott ( arter, Nile O McLaughlin, i lleattie and Jos Aldredge. T Charman vs "enry and Harry Conrlright, sale cmflrined. J S GiIihoii vs t IJ Wiuton, iiismissed. Fret Weise vs aui J E.ipcrson, dismissed. Fret. VeisevsH Epperson, dismissed. J L Bailey vh i W Grace, dismissed. FD N inton vs J S Gibson et hI dis missed. S 11 Howard vs G G Shadinger, dis missed. A KuappvsG Owens, judgment, for $rlt mid costs. I P F M Co vs J kolicr, $11.0 1 received on garnishees. 1 State vs 11 J Lawler, not-true lull hy grand jury. Dan Kimble vs Alary U' ler, judgment for $75 and xule of lots 111 Milwaukie-ordered. E lies vs T II Liebe and O tt B Co, 1 jury verdict tor $tt)U0 State vs y u sarver, ina-iruo phi uy grand jury. Iluliiuin ir vs u ltecker et aLimeriit s Bale contiriiied. II M White vs R II White, divorco on ground of cruel treatment. W. K Hubbrrd vs S E Jones, sale con firmed. S E l'aiiiei vs W O Avery an I Jos Knight, judgment lor $77 and costs. Geo T Wood vs J 11 Moore et als, judg ment for $l.'47.5j. Melinda E 1I11 I vs J 0 Hull, divorce. Rosenthal Feder oi Co vs E J .Vc Kittrick, dismissed. J A Sager vh W P Atkinson, dismissed. ITruynorvs F Marshall, disinisHed.. F C Berks vs il H Vorpuiil, dismissed. Mrs V U Harding vs J LSwallord, disinissed. vv liunnngane et a! va N P Hansen et al, dismissed. Alliance Trust o vs L Phelps et ul, iiidgmeiit f .r $IH7.2H and $;!72i.t'l A 1 rust CO vs U 11 covey ei ais, sine continued. A Trust Co vs .1 U Howard, sale con tinue The report, also expresses the opinion that the county board of equalizavion. erred in reducing the assessed valuation of the Portland ieneral Electric Co., the Willamette Pulp & Paper t'p, and the Crown Paper Co. During the term the grind juiy re turned into court 17 indictments and eight not true hilis, and it examined into 10 complaints, upon which no report was made. The usual visit to public jails and coun ty offices was made, and the UBual com mendation appears in the report. NW CASES. T Charman vs 0 P Dix and J II Jesse. Oswego SavingB Bank vs Ed Dupiua, et al. Jos Bickncr vs John Kekol et al. Jos Bickner vs L M Frunett et al. N O 1 T Co vs W H Burghardt et al. J B and W A Oleland vs V 0 Kuohl." T Charmiin V8 Eugene Ford. T Charman vs Walter Ford et al. T Charman vs W and F Ford. Fred Jenser vs P H Thompson. A t 'lark vs C II Moll. A Krause vs 0 I A S Co. FT Barlow vs C Huth. M H Flanagan m G S McOord et al. Risdon vs Risdon. CANLMAI1. Report of I'nion Hall i-ohool, district !5c. Everybody invited. There will be a inarqiierade ball at ' No. 81. for the month ending November Linn's mill. November 24th. Tickets i ) 8i)7 : I NiimU r days taught 20, days present I first week ., second week 110, thir l we.-k 124, fourth week 155, total for the month 474; times tardy 0, absent 3, vhitors 12, number in school 31 ; pupils neither tardy or absent were Mike, AVabie and Louisa I uritiger, Mary and Fred Molzan, Ru toll and Mary Mraije, Kose'and Anna Fauton. M iry, Joe and Gens, Slahel uiul 1-cwin A Sure Tlnutf tr Von. A transactiiui in which ymi cannot lese is a sure tiling. Biliinisne-is, sick head ache, furred tongue, fever, pilfg and a thousand other ills mv esused hy con stipation and sluggish liver Cancan-la j, 1.. .1 liailOY vHiliaruc, low wuriorion urn ., u'i'l 'iiiur Iti.nitai.t uiul iiilHMlinuI Lollil! urn ""V 1 "'"IIMH hy all dru,'git guarsnteed to cure or money iciuulel t!. C. C. ore a sure Miss Anna Midhin formerly of this place. Im now of for; Ian 1, is visiting friends and relatives lu re. Rev. Dr Willian s held services at the i Impel lust Sun. lay. lie holds serv ices every two weeks and tlia C.ineinah people should take advantage of the good oppo limit V to attend. The Canemali literary society has been holding regular meetings every Friday evening, with uppropiate exer cises The exercisus for 1'iiday evening will be a diwussiou upon the subject ' Resolved, That Country Life is Pre ferable to City Life " The respective sides have he'en chosen and and the discussion will hobitli interesting and instructive. November 10. Phookkss. William Bowers. Frank Freeman and Elvii: May, will leave for Calilornia this week, where they expect to join the U. S. navy. Mrs. I'aiiuer, who has been on the si. k list for Home lime past, is now up und has almost fully recovered. The Canemali Minday school is pro gressing nice y ami is doing good work under the supervision of Mr. Heckart us 8uperiuteuden'. The Oaiieinah literary society is mak good progress with baniuel L. Stevens as president and Thos. Linsey as secre tarr. Interesting exercises ure held every Fri. lay evening and the public is cordially invited to attend. November 17th. Puocihbich. HOOD VIEW. A very pleasant time was enjoyed Fri day evening at this place by the young people. The occasion was a reception tended to Kev. Brady and his bride, liuito a number of young people came out from Portland and a good time, de spite the inclemency of the weather, was had. Singing and rocitations were in order. E mer Jones has the lumber in sight for which to erect a new barn. Mrs. Webster of Pleasant Hill has a sister mid brother from the East spend ing the w inter at her home. Mrs. Win. Blobst of tt ilsonvillu has rctu nod Irom the East to her home. I Mrs. Brohst arrived ai her old home in im,...lu in in. in to He. her f ilhers' IIIU' . I'l"""" J...-V " - - - I M S Co vs VV S Monk .sale confirmed, lant days on earth an 1 a. tend theftineral. A P Barlow vs I Veane. judgment for j Mr (jrocket of Portland was u guest (1345.01. , ! among the Hood Yiewites Sunday, D C Ely vs J G Fehlcr, dismissed. I ljHII1,,an,i family are spend- llTlinm vs A htowasiers, sale con-.. ... ... .... i, ,,,! oik o ....... i , - 1 11 ... It'.. ...I ..f I .r.i..t..li Monteeth vs M Monteeth, , ' , ' - . ,. There is a new nam erecieu on uiu uiu Allen place, now owned by Mr Nickle sou of Portland, a son in-law of 1). II. l 1 1 ll...iri'i. vs John Ivenworthv iillg-1 Harms of Wilsonville. ,m;nt. ' Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Baker have gone The case of the state vst'assius I'. I to I alitoruia to spend the winter. Barlow for embezzlement has been tak- j jir ull, jrBf l(0I1ry Baker are spend ing lip Unit) ol coun lor mil een aim itij a Ii-W wm-ltH with .Mrs. linker s par firmed. Bescio divorce. S J Dickerson divorce C D Dickerson, wages $48 a mouth. D. r . Wahnkh, Teacher, thing. Try a bos t m!v ; Mc. 25c, f.Oe. j Samplea id booklet (r.e. All drugg sis. . Agk your Krooer Jtr patent Flour. cost the county about $IOi)0 (JKAKI) JL'KY KKI'OIIT. i The grand jury Friday presented its final report, and was discharged by the court. Outside of the usual features of such reports, this grand jury severely j censured the engineer and the foreman in charge of the removal of the bulkhead , at the elec-ric station on thewestside of : the river through the accidental break- j iug of which two men lost tneir lives Ocloljer ;0. euts, Mr. and Mrs. UlUer, ol tins piace. Miss Cora Moore is home a few days. Miss Dodson has returned toher home in McMinnville, after a lew weeks' visit Willi Miss Belle Jones. Mr. Moore purchased a fine team out of a band of horses recently. Mr. Ed Baker also Ikiuglit one. Mr. Wo.id and Mr. Abson baker did the same. Money is plenty, horses soon will tie. Nuvtinber 15th. Ax.vv.