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QON CITY COURIER.
16th YEAR .
UUJN U1TY OREGON, FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1898. . :
Bellomi) k Busch,
OPJ'OSITK COURT HOUSE
Said a critical tramp : J
"I would say,
Crusts of bread often come
in my way,
But they're tough now no
Where the ventilated oven
Gives the air in the oven
Our STOVES and STEEL
RANGES do exactly what
Six-hole warrnnted STEEL
RANGE for $30. 1
In SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS at
the PIONEER STORE of
CHARMAN & SON
A full line of
Boots and Shoes,
Dr. A. A. Barr
Scientific Optician, formerly
of Minneapolis, has charge of
the Optical Department for
A. N. WRIGHT, the Iowa
Jeweler, 293 Morrison St.,
Have Your Eyes Examined
The Germania Market..
Is the cheapest place in the city
to buy . t t t t t
FIRST-CLASS FRESH MEATS
Seventh Street, Near Depot, Oregon City.
F. J. Ontekholtz, Props. t t t
180 FRONT ST.
i n a nnrTO I
UTVirrr I r i
OIL CLOTHS, LINOLEUM, SHADES
J. G. MACK & CO.
88 Third Street - Portland. Oregon
Royal make the load pure.
wholeeome and deliclooa.
WOVAl BAKwa WWOFH CO, , NFW vOfflt.
An Eventful (lathering of Clackamas
The remilnr mnntkl.. J t
Olackamas Coiint.v Temhon. A-,!..
tion was held at the Barclay school
bUlldine last Sarnriiuir Mr. m .k.
of Supt. Starkweather. Prof. T j :..,.
xiiaA nA Tlfi t 1 n
K&l,. 1 -turned from hi,
ing opened with the song, "Red, White ola l0n,e n Canada and will bring his
and Blue." with Alien rim familv In 1 l mi, t 1. .1
" vi uaijicr hi,
committee for the next meetimr. which
rUVr nul" 06 nela at Kew Kra
1 tie lollowino. mumKuo nfil, a .
MAn 0 n ft .. 1 . .
icnciiers were in attendance :
Cj. M. Ward. Mnnln f T I H
Howard PnoloD n..r.v, . xr iu r.i ..
Harmonv ! I.. T x r.Q.D ti -:'
, . ......uwouii, ivuurn vjui-
ther. Keavnr Praot . A
Oanbyi W.W.Afn, 11.5
K;er! Stone; Kate Casto, Mount Pleas
ant; Prof, and Mrs. H. T. Evans, Nel
lie Younger, Osweito ; Gertrude Ewing,
fulton: Estelle Bracken, Harrietta Dod
son, Madge Hill, Parkplae; Charles
RutherfrirH llil,l,,.,.l . ni....i- n
... "'fi"iiu, uimirg nniiHHii.
yvisonvile; A. 1). White. Damascus:
losie Buchman, Fulton ; Ida Birkemeir,
xmise Bonnett, John Myers, Prof. S C.
juur, aihzh watkins. Delia Mullan,
m oturehier, Elgiva Mullan, Annie
m t7 "'"wauKie; Alex Thomson,
Mrs. D. H. fin bo Mnlli. U..H t V
Zincer. T. J. Gurv l-Vorl iain.n u...:
, 5 . jt miiii.i, untile
(-ase, Jennie Kowen Hati nlu.hrao
Margaret Williams, Gertrude N-fauor,'
Ura Bpangler, Erma Lawrence, Ger
trudejhnley, Laura Beatie, Mariorie
Cauheld Addie Clark, Ella Boehlke,
Slav Kb v. H. firo.,..o v rr r--u'
bert j " lv "o"
The.progrHm committee, consisting of
Ara Mi'l oiiirlilir, v s in i .... j .V.
ii . - in. vmrumra miss
Harnptta Dotson, with Superintendent
Starkweather, are to be complimented
on high-class entertainment presented.
rirst on the nrntrram uma n At. 1
tion on "Our School Curriculum," bv
d. OLrUIllfH. MA AnmnaroH tKa
mt'thodfi Of Rl'honl Rfnrla n,l,1.lt,J
in use m France, Germany and other
family in a few weeks. Jack Bays this
country is good enough for him.
At the special school meetim? on t ha
18th inst. Mr. M. Mulvey was elected
director in place of J. F.Nelson resigned.
The machinery for the new creamery
uumiuriBB, wun ine existing curr cu um will h hBr . 1 ... a j '
in use n t.ha ITnitl a. n-u. .T wui 06 Der in few daVS and wi II snnn
. uiaioBi xuurrencn . ... - .
have preserved the nsaim. f nioi.i running in full blast.
system for pupils from two to six years M. Manning gave them a complete sur.
of age and their method of manual train- nr! e; i , , p'ete SUr-
nir for hir, .-i u' " prw on Saturday evenine last hv r.nm.
i . "vo aim cil ia, litivt) aaueu I t . .
wealth to the nation. He thought . ody well supplied with refresh-
shouwTfl8Z&i LnseeIgartfn vorl, men " aD1 mu8lc- Games and dancin8
snoke oi 'thSrZ"'" the clock announced
committee of 15 of the Natinn.l lMnTT. an0lner ay. when all retired well
tional Association, who thought an ex- Ple88e(1 witn 'e evening's entertain
lemuon oi tne time in the various 1 nent.
Courses HI stndv a.l.Tlaol.l,, .L .1 I m. , ....
these studies shornthro gh- davs fo, Zl , P
vuu vno lailU . ' """"ft jvuuou ilJolI
A duet Han it hv Afiaaao rAv n j iarm to John Favno fn iKnaa
t e iiiao vneo HUU l r " rcma
.Laura Huntm wua mull i i I f ;Qa it j .
v o nou 1 VCU UUU Up'
" I" " "ppiHuaea dv ine auditors
Miss Marlin Hill n iai.,
. ... v aiKUinun, H M
Sen ted "He n anH Hlna ,(,t. '
- "'wtwi WJ ACUUlltJr
in the Study of Psychology," in a verv
" vo . r tt 0e eaia : "The
leaCllPr Khnillil IrnAur anmotk. lmj
lite, and hn who ImiHa tl.a ..KiLl
Bhould study psvchology to know how
v uiuiu, n iiut is irue oi one
mind under carta!
vwiiuiv(uho la til UQ
oi omer minds under the same condi
tions. The teacher h
- -.vu. uvuui
sunaoie text book on psvcholocv. and
Miss Maggie Mulvev and Mi T,U
nooaaiae, wno were down with the
measles the last two weeks, areoutagain.
JKiarcn ZH. Twirem r.
t.Iownig is the'-ranort of Haii.
scnool, district No. 37. for thn
ending March 25th : Whnln nnmW f
days taught 20, cases of tardiness 0.
nafifis nf nKoon.n 7Qi mi
. - - vvjwvwkji anu "uui",'0 ,u2 xiiutse who were
ilLlllllIH M, IirUI'TinUI irnnm I i-t AXlvnKA i ...
the sub ect. The st dv 7,h3S T R0T duri"B e
mind is the most fascinating of all J? , ,re: Agnes- Lynnette, Milton,
studies." Earland Carroll Shipley. Ethel. Bl.mr.ha
1 1 nr -r a I i .. " w-. w
SS&iC H""r ta. ThosJ who were nZ
"How Shall We Wriie?" He stated ab8ent nor tardy during the term of six
that the vertical system had been used months are: Ethel, Blanche and Leslie
in the Oreaon Cit.v sclinnia fnr a r.o,; Whittnn. Vaari t.. a r
r.f iv mn,,Ti,0 -i ;t . "u ."rv"" r. . ."Bi "8,,,;8 ymeiie
, u us ICBUIb 1JUU ueen anu Milton Sli n ev and Onrrnll Hl,l.,l.,
in every way sat sfnctnrv. If ,. kJ ... . 'iJcjr mm uarrou felilpley
genie in its method, as the nuoil could Y i8Uora Pre8e"t during the month
sit in a more easy position while writ- were Harry Farmer, Maud Walling
nig ami ine natural up and down strokes Verne Shipley, Claude Davidson, and
economy of ana M, i i.i I - aum"' """"'ngwn
, ( ....... WUIV! 1WV wo at'
uwiieu uy any oilier BVStem.
Upon urgent requeHt Prof T. J. Gary
icvttcu uv liih JiiL'iHHr. Hihn tiv n'n.
gene Field, and was enthusiastically ap
A splendid article on the "Develnn
Jones Cash Store
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OREGON CITY CUSTOfIERS
Can buy of us and have the goods delivered at
your door freight paid at Portland prices. Send
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what you can save. Write us to mail you the
Buyer's Guide, 16 pages, published monthly by
Jones Cash Store !
108-110 FRONT ST.
Aura D. Thompson.
following is the report of Wllunnviiu
school, district No. 23. for the tfirm nnm
mencing January 3 and
3, lOJD: Whole number dav tmurht
NOT ONE BUSINESS MAN
In thirty-three leaves his family anywhere
enough money to continue the comforts he
has educated them to need and expect.
This suggests immediate action on his part
in the direction of life insurance.
INSURANCE IN A GOOD COMPANY
THERE ARE NONE BETTER THAN
THE MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
of Springfield. Massachusetts.
H. C. COLTON, Manager
Rooms, 312-313 Chamber of Commerce,
JJnhW bo en
Auieiy uyvt a,, 01 tnis city, and v i .
it is to be regretted that a larger audi- avera8e belonging 43, daily attendance
ence was not rtrnflpnr. tn haav Otio w.,,i i oj. in am pa nf nnn a t. i
1 . , " ""'v v aivua UllO CAl' I - fuytia TT 11 V J1UVU UtJCll
lurtt nvmliindnH II A Tl 1 a. . I . i .
i ""'T1 "' n"wr absent nor tardy during the
been delivered anywhere else except ulllebeelyi"i8cillaMiley, Hilda Tooze,
uregon yity, tne nouse would have been JJorrl8 Y(nng, Norria Young. Andv
v.unuA W uiiuuBt capacity, i ne nassel brink. Chas. Hanson Teacher
lecture was exhaustive, and the subject Sanson, leacner
was Dandled with a high and analvti- ine following is a report of Eatrle
rZir.rX'rt V.'" "'""ences oi in- ureek school, district No. 17. fnr mm.ti,
" ?.,.n. f..?on4,uo"8 of a people, ending March x' u.' ZZ
ouo Bum. - ricuon nas become not only , .... , utia
a teacher, an inspiration, a weapon of tftught 20, days attendance 653, days
ChrtHtilin Clviliv.atmn Kn a 1U.-..I ntounnii i9 AJ.. n
-. .... - uuci ui ouu- -.u, uiiicb mruy , average num
!r1CK!n!!e'',.,,1nt!r8' belonging 84, average daily at
follows fltlV artmt wnrlr nf ativrin. ! tendance 33. Roll of honor Pleasant
gestive ideas." The lecture was printed Uou8'a9. Gerald Wilcox, Chas. Horger
in IUIl in last aunrinv'll (Wormian ..,;.. I!pn .Tannua I..,.I T .1.
a portrait of the author. Curen. Minta Pollard. Mnlli .T,i,i in.
rroi. n. u. Hunter, nt Miiuronir ;Q ....'
vored the audience with a solo that' was J U' 0u88le Burnett. Louise Wagner
i L.eno. T.r.t.111 ami V.nm 1..-
ilnlv nnnrpi'lulul Pml f-I..n. i Leno. I.ct.iii ami
. r i uunici uinxes ' "
a specialty of music in his school, and is Visitors Alice M
Forester, Lily Hoffmiester, Matt Young
Ray Wilcox, Joe Souter. Noah StimHnv
Ellen McArthur, Julia Douglas, Homer
uanon, will Bell, and Peter Hoverson
G. T. McAbthur, Teacher
up-to-date in that line.
George H. Himes, of Portland, hisot
nan of the Oregon Press Association,
Miu aecreiary oi me uregon Pioneer As
sociation, gave a very interesting ac
count of the early newsnanem in thia
slate. Mr. Himes told how
Curvvr wpnt. Wont in 177Q i
ingiour, ana in Minnesota met Indians, ,no eviaence in the case proves
"HUDUU5D UI B IMIUIILFV B mi uv tr rhu MfW 'B Suvdana fl ... -t
.?f 0V!hWest, and the dyspepsia, catarrh, that tired feelln.
iiuiu ajiyoiilb -inanatonHiH." . . ...
"Where Rolls the Oregon." is familiar 8cro,ula 8a" rtieum, boils, humors and
to all reader if litumtnro i. imo all blood diswasca.
. - - "Ji A 1 1 inin. i
Thomas II. Benton, of Missouri, in the Hood's Pills are prompt, efficient, id
UniieU MRU'S tunnto nhu.li., A 1. a .... " '
ioint nmnnmnnri Ti.-Tt:i r rellat"e. easy to take, easy to
and Great Britain, of the tnrritirvralUi ope'ate
n... . . .
virKuu. aic kvb many interesting re-
miniHcenes of pioneer life in Oregon, of NO CURE NO PAY
ine DroviHionn. urn tun ..... . . ....
Kvroin- inm ii ine way an nrtma lata all Climm-o
ment, ana a detailed history of the news- '''kleus chill to.nh; or Miri, cwii.
papers printed in pioneer days. He
told of man v imrvirtu.it avant i,t
t j f - - v. ivinu) .na. m
curred in the early history of Oregon
uy, ouiinere is not space for them
AleZ Thom linn n( Planlrarr... t;.
Elgiva Mullan, of Milwaukie; L.
Moore, of Canby, and the county super
intendent, were appointed a program
. , ',..'"i"J quinine in ar
' U-leM form. Chllrlren love It. Arlnlt. nr.f...
at bluer, naiitieBting Tonlnii. Prioe 60c. tot
ale by C. O. Huntley, DrngKlaU
Shirt waists, latest styles and colors,
at the Racket Store.
A nice assortment of ladies' wrappers,
at the Racket Store.
Cor. Front and Taylor Sts.,
largest and Best Stock of...
...In the Northwest
LOW PRICES LOW PRICES