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OREGON CITY, OREGON, FRIDAY, JUNE 3, j f
THE A TACK.
Should be kept out in the fresh air '
as much as possible. It frets them
to be kept continually indoors. Kb '
excuse for not supplying baby with
a new BABY CARRIAGE when
the-prices are so low and we give you
all the time you want in which to
pay for them.
Our '98 Baby Carriages are
BELLOriY & BUSCH
OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE
In SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS at
the PIONEER STORE of
CHARMAN & S0Ns
A full line of '
Boots and Shoes,
Dr. A. A. Barr
Portlan(3;": Oregon. . 1 -
Haye Your Eyes Examined Consultation Free
T" G. H. BESTOW
DOORS, WINDOWS, MOULDING and BUILDING
LOWEST CASH PBIO 19 EVEB OFFERED FOR FIRST-CLASS GOODS.
Shop Opposite Congregntional Clinreh, Mala Street, Oregon City, Ore.
The Ger mania 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. Obtbrholtz, Props. t t t
lightens the load of care,
keeps the wolf from the door,
gives response to the rich man.
gives courage to the poor man.
certifies to a man's affectionate regard for his familv.
places the window above the need of marry ing for a home
adds to a man s years by treeing mm trom apprehen
heightens the esteem in which wife and children hold
INSURE IN A GOOD COMPANY
THERE ARE NONE BETTER THAN
THE MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
of Springfield, Massachusetts. '
H, C. COLTO Manager
Rooms, 312-313 Chamber of Commerce
BREAD and PASTRY
C. F. HENN1NQS
Seventh St. Bakery
or stop his wagon
as it goes by.
WANTED TRrSTWOBTHY AND ACTIVE
eentl.men or ladies to travel for responsible
tablished house In Ort-inn. Monthly & nd
etpense. Position steady. Reference. Enclose
elf-addressed stamped envelope. Tbe DomiDieu
mpany, Dept. Y, Chicago.
Noblitt Livtfry and Sale Stabl
OREGON CITY, OREGON,
Onthe Street between the Bridge andth
ways on hand at Iho lowest rates, and a corn
also connected with the barn for loose stock
Any information regarding any kind of stock
piuiuitiT aiieuueoio oy letter or person.
HORSES BOIGHT OR SOLD
Bucklen't Arnica Salve.
Thr Best Salve in the world for Cuts
Brumes, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped
Hands, Chilblains,. Corns, anil all felt in
Eruptions, and positively cures Files
or no pay required. It is guaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction or money re
a tided. Price 25 cents per bo. For
sale by Cbarman & Co.
" I'm the best political mudslinger in this neck of the woods." Curtis. "Me too." Porter.
Curtis to Ex-Senator Mitchell "We met the enemy and we are theirs." Brownell "All shot to pieces'
I'm out of politics." Little Max" Defeated but not dismayed." Tommy Ryan" Bow, wow, wow 1 "
Porter" My lying, mudslinging, blackmailing fight wa3 not a howling success."
A Patriotic Service.
A very impressive and interesting pa
triotic service was held at the M. E.
church Sunday evening, conducted by
tbe pastor, Kev. Harold Oberg. Alter
some excellent selections by the choir,
Gen, Bee be made an interesting talk on
the Oregon National Guards, having been
connected with them for the past ten
years. Uid army omcers, who had
viewed the army troops at tbe presidio
in San Francisco, stated the Oregon regi
ment was the only one that came up to
the standard in morale, bearing and
evuipment. In reference to the call for
more v unieers from Oregon, he said
that our equipment was about exhausted
and that the new volunteers would
have to go f om the state poorly out'
Mrs. 0. H. Dye read an original poem
on "ine Wen tschind tlie linns, ' which
was heaitily applauded. This poem
was primed in last Sunday's Oregonian.
Mrs. Dye said that she had read a
newgpaper article on "The Men Behind
the (jiins " and the sentence kept ring
ing through her e.rs whil attending
to her household duties and the reeuli
was she composed the verses, the
statfd that the next son. she wrote
would I e about the Oregon soldier boys.
V. Harris sung "A Flag Without a
Stain,' which wus well received The
prog am ended with a (-election by a
quartt-t, consisting of Mr. Titus, J. 0.
Peterson, John Hickman and J. L.
The lollnwiiitt i ilie report of school
district No. 1, fr tbe tm-m li beginning
May 2d.i-i! ending May 27th : number of
pupils enroled, 12 Those i.eiiiier absei t
nor lardy Mere: Hester Linn, Julius and
Josrpn Soee. Victors were: Fred Wil
cox, Mrs. H. A. Wilcox, Olive Mosber,
Hattu F. Wilcox, Teacher.
School Board fleeting.
The Oregon City school board held a
meeting Saturday evening and elected
teachers for the ensuing year as follows :
City superintendent, L. W. McAdam ;
Barclay school Principal, J. 0. Zinser ;
grade teachers, Misses Gertrude Finley,
Addie Clark, Laura Beatie, Hattie
Cochran, and May Kelly, Easthain
school Principal, Mrs. L. W. McAdam;
grade teachers, Misses Ora Spangler,
Erma Lawrence, Mollie Hankins, Hel
ena Barck and Mrs. D. H. Glass. All
t ie old teachers were re-elected, except
Miss Geitr-d) Nefzger, one cf the teach
ers in the Barclay school, she having
sent a o mmunication to the board that
she did not desire the place, as it was
her intention to further pursue her
course of studies in some school. The
board directed the school clerk to ex
press their regrets to Miss Nefzger, and
her auCJSsor will be elected at another
Some mat era pertaining to the
finances of the school district were ad
justed, and 'lie clerk was directed to ad
vertise for bids for 125 cords of wood.
All the members of the board were piPS
ent, in-hiding, Dr. W.E. ( aril, 0. II.
CuulH-ld, K. K ( haman, and Mis. S.
M. .vlcCown, district clerk. When the
motion was made thai the city suuerin-
; temient be re-elected at the same salary
1 of $1244, for the year, h. E. I hartnan
asked to amend the motion by inserting
fliXM). 1 he original motion carried.
When it came to the elections of
teachers, Mr. Charman made a motion
the principals of the Barclay and East
bam schools be heads of families. This
motion did not carry, and all the old
teachers were re elected.
or. Front and Taylor Sts.,
Fancy flower baskets for graduating
exercises at the Racket Store.
Leather belts, all colors, also a nice
variety, of belt fasteners,
at the Racket Store.
Largest and Best Stock of...
Agricul turalmplt ments
...In the Northwest
GRADING TOOLS HARNESS
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