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NEW THIS W
HANDSOME PARASOLS and 8UN
UMBRKLLAS, all samples, no two alike; .
also children's parasols.
LATEST SCOTCH TARTAN PLAID
LISLE HOSIERY (or ladles and child
ren; high novelties, 60o pairi Roman
stripes, 25c and 85c.
LADIES SILK MITTS in lace and taffeta,
15e, 20c and '25c.
BICYCLE GLOVES, cool and flexible,
with gauntlet tops, 65c, 8.5c and $1.00 per
BICYCLE SUMMER CORSETS. Correct
tor riding, 25c, 40c and 50c.
GRADUATING MATERIALS, In French
organdies and real wiss; pure white and
pearl, 15c, 20c, 25o and 36c yard.
New things in baits, fringed sashes and scarfs, etc.
ladles' summer rests, 5c, 16c,20c and 25c.
Spring shoulder capes and separate skirts) best values ever shown here in under-
National trl-color and flag ribbons; flags and bunting. Home prices.
McAllen & McDonnell
Tht Exclusive Dry Coeds House of the Northwest.
COR. THIRD AND MORRISON STS., PORTLAND, ORE.
TRADING STAMPS? YES!
Pure fruit flavored ice cream soda at
The pioneer meat market of C. Al
bright continues to serve iis customers
well and always keeps a large amount
of fresh meats on hand.
Last year's patterns of wall paper at
reduced prices. Five and 10c notion
counters. At Bellomy & Busch.
F. I. Andrews, the market gardener,
has always on hand a large amount of
first-class apples, vegetables, pure cider
and cider vinegar. Give him a trial.
Kenworthy's restaurant and con
fectionery is now opened and ready to
serve first-class meals on short notice.
Oysters a specialty. Wheeler & Oram's
The most reliable goods at lowest
living cash prices are kept by the grocery
store of Marr & Muir. '
Justice court blanks 15 cents per dozen
t Courier office.
We are the leaders over all others in
stylish millinery and popular prices.
Nottingham lace curtains, balance of
lot just received. Will close out at the
same old price. Oregon City Auction
Try Kenworthy's ice cream. Ice cream
and cake 15 cents a dish or two for 25c.
Ice cream or ice cream soda 10c.
Just received, 100 rolls of fine mat
ting. Oall at once and get choice of
patterns. Oregon City Auction louse.
All our bicycles have the nev depart
ure brakes, just the thing for riding in
this county. Charman &, Co., agents
for Columbia bicycles. ,
We are leaders for stylish millinery
at popular prices. Celia Goldsmith.
F. I. Andrews, the gardener, as usual
has the first young radishes and onions
of the season, besides other early vege
table. Albright is never "just out" of the
kind of meat you want as he knows
what his customers desire and keeps a
full stock on hand and you don't need to
take "what's left."
A high grade warranted sewing ma
chine sells for (25 on easy payments at
.bellomy & Busch.
D.E. Ken worthy at the East Side Ry
othce serves meals or oysters at all Urn es
hie also keeps a line ol conlectionery
fruits and cigars.
Hail the wagon of Mr. Andrews if you
want anything in the fresh vegetable
Our $30 wheels have the automatic
brake ; you can go down any hill.
Charman A Co., agents for
Try Prier's ice cream and ice cream
soda, pure fruit flavors. Fruits, nuts
-and conlectionery of all kinds.
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS.
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A. E. Tamiesee
J. Y. Harless, of Molalla, was in
the city Monday.
J.A.Scott, of Elwood. left Monday
for Walla Walla.
A. I. Green is very ill with consump
tion at his home on the hill.
Miss Oa8sie Neil, of Portland, was
visiting Mrs. T. W. Fouts Monday.
Mrs. E. O. VanMeer, of Independ
ence, is visiting her son, Chet Van Meer.
Miss Mollie Barlow, one of the teach
ers in the Portland public schools, vis-
itad her sister, Mrs. T. M. Miller, Monday.
Miss Florence Campbell, of Portland.
was visiting friends in Oregon City over
Miss Lizzie Walker, of Portland, was
visiting relatives in Oreeon Citv during
Rev. P. B. Williams, of Portland, was
visiting friends in Oregon City during
Rev. G.A. Rockwood, of Willsburg,
was visiting friends in Oregon City
Fred W. Harris, of Forest Grove, has
accepted a position in G. A. Harding's
Hon. I. L. Patterson, of Salem, was
the guest of Register 0. B. Moores Sat
Prof. C. W. Durrette has been re
elected principal of the Woodstock
school, near Portland.
S. F. Scripture and family were the
guests of J. G. Forrester and family at
fcggeie creek over emnuay
Miss Hattie Monroe, of Portland, was
the guest of Miss Nellie Younger for sev
eral days during the week. -
James Church, who is now employed
in the nouring mills at Albany, visited
his parents in this city Monday.
J. W. Noble, who has been confined
to his home for a couple of weeks with
an attack of la grippe, is out again.
Mrs. A. Levy, of Union, a former res
ident of Oregon City, was visiting Mrs.
M. Selling and family during the week.
TtiA tiiarrinirn rf M too PilaUnmT
of this city, and A. M. Ellsworth, of
I'oruanu, is announced to take place in
Misses Hattie and Fannie Fellows.
former residents of Oregon City, were
up from Portland and spent Monday in
" Mr. and Mrs.' Horace Mann, and ihe
tatter's mother, Mrs. Cole, and Miss
Mann, visited Wallace Cole and family
Saturday, June4th,at Salvation Anuv '
will be children's Day. On ban (:.y
Ensign Stevens will be "at tiie air "
Mr. and Mrs. H WVsurv i
land, attended (he volutin -m-.-ercises
last Friday evvi.inr' v.
been visitinis Mr. and A.r. . ii , r
The Ladies Degree oflli mm- - i.'i . n-.-
an entertainment and social .it U II
ette Hall, Friday even'ng, .!ii"
The urouraui will be uu ii-,, . ,, m
JMiward VY. Dixon, siieuiai ,
the land office, has retiiniei ft- ....
John Day country, where he iia
on a special mission for t e inv--nr
for a couple of weeks.
Abel Mersese. who is a student m the
Pacific university at Fore-t Grove, imuih ;
home Friday, and retnabel over Hun- j
day. He was accotnpui.ied by IV. J. '
Hale, a college fneud .
O. G. Morris returned from vi.-it hi '
Dufur, Wasco county, Fridav, nn.i n 1
ports that the country noerts rain very
bad, only a few litht showers having
fallen up to Wednesday.
Saturday's Astoria Herald savs that
the engagement of Mica Kdilh Uouu,
the accomplished daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Conn, of this city, and Mr.
V. Harris is announced.
J. D.Lee, of Portl and. tch'f lu orn
reDresenting Oregon in the Kant,
in the interest of immigration. wi-i in
Oregon City Tuesday and p ti I taxes on i
hia Clackamas comity real y. j
Ira Wisliart, who h s :ein .iir.ndiug t
the state agricul'ural college i .. ... I- !
lis for several months ;.,.,!
home Wednesday and ivan ,,ed i '
position in Charman's dru .iv. !
Mrs. 0. A. Nash now sue vo
Jennie Gray, as money or ., r ,i
the Oregon City postotlice im
position was oniy t mpunin :
Horton assumed uharg n :i
L. M. Leland, of New lira
who has bet-n an est amen i i ... ,il
way mail service lor some i ,,. ,
was appointed to a reuul.ir r.i.i . -w
days ago between l'eiidictju u.i i ,U
- i, i i'ortland, is vis
u . it, Dolan, ths we k. ,
i, t Silverton, was !
i :in) city during the.
i . us. B. M Doolit
i'h ir.-4 lay, June 2nd,
v n i Vlrs. A. O. Hall,
inn,,' the latter's
it louison, at the
;- -iii s rt wherries.
k i-M-ries o F. I.
i-ir ii:ih freshly picked
ii - i uic. When get-
i-hii unoer he has all
vims irn i' lin, who has been vio
iti ii'ieml- i Vjilburn for the past
i ree wei-ki wis tendered a farewell
l..rt on a .mI.iv "VHiiing, at the resi-
eiuv'of tier IliioV, A. J. Mitsoil.
Mi-s Paine returned to ber home at
idvtfon City Veniely, much, to the
regret of her any friends and acquain
taiices an tried is in this ci-y Inde-
Last FY day vV H. Jortes beaan a
suit in the circuit court against -V. T. -
liurney, et ai to recover amounts on
notes aggregating $13,442.13. together
with nearly 2 00 accumulated inter
cut. The plaintiff also asks for a decree !
iMorecl sure on several tracts of land I
in I u'kiim is e mntv mortgaged to se !
.vuv ihese ever.il am units. Other pur-
bice ii ..lieu as leu-nil tniK in tne com-
plai.it iioses.-i t.x tiile-i to some of the!
i -r Ii.iv. prj-ir liens.
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If you are going to Klondike or only thinking
about it. We invite you to call and inspect
We have in entire floor 100 feet by 75 devoted
exclusively to Klondike supplies, including
Blaikets, Rubber Goods,
Shoes, Tents, Fur Gaps,
Groceries & Provisions,
of all kinds at LOWEST PRICES. We pack
and deliver everything free of charge at the
wharves either at Portland, Tacoma or Seattle.
MOyEIR CLOTHING CO.,
Third and Oak Streets.
BEN SELLINd, Manager Send for Klondike Catalogue Free
Charles Galloway was down from the
state university, and remained over
Sundav with the folks at hnmn. rntnrn.
Dan Willians has added to his stock of ing Monday,
groceries and provisions a full line of , , , .... .
feed and hay. Goods delivered to all ,4 .Mr- nd Mrs. Arthur C. Lewis re-
parts of the city free. Corner Seventh j J"""" tT,,t ""V Tm "iaing
and Center streets
J. A. Barnett and familv arrived from
California a few days a,;o,'an 1 is .....v ix ;
sociated with I). E. Kenwor h,,. 1 1 . iio
management of the Deo- r'e-i nnini.
They were formerly in business o
gether at Salem. .
Fred E. Palmer. suDerintendent of
the Bandon woolen mills, was in tiie
city during ihe week, looking alter his ,
property interests here. Kor nianv
years he was a foreman in the Oregon
City woolen mills.
A basket social and li erarv nrosrra 11
will be given at the Crescent school
house near Jones' mill, one week from
nest Saturday night. The proceeds will i
De applied toward the nurchaso of a bell
for the school building.'
Mr. and Mrs. Josenh Paauet. of Port
land, visited Mr. and Mrs. .Joseph La
selle during the week, and attended the
xiign school commencement exercises
to hear their neice, Miss Mary Lorena
Lazelle read her graduation essay.
J. W. Moffatt and J. U. Campbell
wrote to the Willamette paper mill boys
just previous to embarking for the Phil
lppine Islands, expressing their appre
ciation for the gift of $70 donated to
Company I by the employes of that es
tablishment. T. M. Gault-left Tuesday evening for
Sissons, Oalif., where he will take charge
of the machinery in a large sawmill.
Ex-Councilman L. C. Caples succeeds
Mr. Gault as conductor on the Glad
stone car. Mrs. Uault will lemain here
for the present. '
Mrs. Sarah A.. Rin'oul, vife of A B.
Rintoul, died at her home at Cane
mah aged 87. The funeral occurred
from the family residence, and the ser
vices were conducted by Rev. A. J.
Montgomery The inierment took place
at Mountain View cemetery.
W. B. Wiggins who has a contract
for getting out white fir logs for the
Willamette Pulp & Paper Company up
the Clackamas had 180,000 feet deliv
ered by his foreman this week. The
wnite nr is now used extensively for
the manufacture of white paper.
W. D. Hare, of Hillsboro. the union
candidate for county judge of this dis
trict, was in the city several days this
week. Last week George Noland, of As
toria, the union candidate for district
attorney was here. Both made many
friends among the people of Clackamas
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se' his h arin,' i'.ii' i"ri 'a The author
ities at fie ins uie isylu u were notitie lj
of his enn lit.ion an I ii . h ipm.tu was
down VV'edne lay, and took him t Sa-1
I'rank Y ieh an i Fr uik Wrigh hav
returned from Like Bennett in Alaska,
wh re they went several months ago to
enyane in iioat'iuilding. The' were
making goo I progress until ihe Can i
dian police stopped Mein from cut t inn
timber on t e British possessions. They
lef Lake Bennett on May 17th, and
state tha the Oregon Oity colony are
ready to go down the Yukon, as soon as
tVw. 1 in V.i.ilrL. n.. ..Inn . .UA
the bo'tom bus dropped out of the
Rev. Butler will conduct service
Ely next Sabboth at 2 :30 p. m.
The .Oregon Pioneers will meet
Portland, on Wednesday, June 15th.
6. H. Young's second-hand store can
furnish you with furniture, stoves, hard
ware, etc., at less than one-fourth what
same would cost new and they are just
as good and will last as long. Give him
When in Portland be Bure and call at
the Royal restaurant where you can get
the best 15c meal in the city. 253 First
street, corner of Madison. Wm.
The Club tonsorial parlors, P. G.
Shark, proprietor, shaves for 10 cents.
A full line of cigars and tobacco is kept.
45 cents round trip from Oregon City
to Portland and return via Southern
Pacific trains. One way rate 25 centB.
Tickets now on sale at railroad depot.
Trains leave Oregon City at 8:40 a. m.,
and 3:35p. ra., and arrives from Port
land at 9 :23 a. m. and 6 :52 p. m. Save
time by using the quicker route.
tour, and left Wednesday
luture nome at Molalla.
Miss Aialie Cochran returned this
week 1rom Seaside, Clatsop, county,
where she has been visiting her aunt
for the past three weeks.
Mrs. J. B. Upton, of Portland, ac
companied by her daughter, Miss Etta,
has been visiting her mother, Mrs. M.J.
Shaw, and other relatives.
Mrs. James McDonald went today to
Oregon City, where she joins her hus
band, who is working in a mill there.
Saturday's Salem Sentinel.
County Clerk Dixon issued marriage
licenses on Tuesday, May 31st, to Susie
Turner and Mfke Gross, Minnie Francis
Hungate and Flave J. Painter.
Mrs. J. J. Mulvey, of Albina, who
was visiting her sister, Mrs. Charles
Athey, returned home Tuesday. She
was accompanied by her little son.
We Carry in Stock a Large ine of
SOLID GOLD, GOLD FILLED,
SILVER and NICKEL WATCHES
With Waltham and Elgin Movements
HIGHEST GRADE AT LOWEST PRICES
BurmcLstcr & Anteen,
THE OREQON CITY JEWELRRS
Joseph Watson, of Ely, one of the pi
oneersof Olackamas county, died Sun
day night aged 70. He left a wife, but
no children. The funeral occurred at
11 o'clock Tuesday morning, and the
services were conducted bv Dr. Butler.
I he remains were interred in Mountain
J. H. Strickler, of Oregon City,
and E. T. White, of Damascus, who
were employed by the grand jury at the
April term of court to examine and ex
pert the county records, completed their
work Saturday, and forwarded their re
port to Judge McBnde at Astoria
About 90 representatives of Portland
A. O. U. W. lodges made a fraternal
visit to Falls City lodge Saturday night.
They came up on the trolley cars, and
remained until a late hour. After the
lodge work was completed a social ses
sion was held, and refreshments,
speeches galore and a smoker were parts
of the program.
Lieutenant Metzner is drilling lecruits
every night for the reorganization of
sepaiate Company K, and 55 names are
now enrolled on the roster, manv of
them fine specimens of manhood from
the country. New recruits are being
added daily, and officers will be elected
as soon as orders are received from
J. H. Ackerman, the American Book
Company's candidate for superintend
ent of public instruction, did not accept
the invitation to attend the meeting ot
the Clackamas County Teachers' Associ
ation at Harmony last Saturday. He
evidently did not want to risK explain
ing the text book question before Clack
mas county teachers.
Mrs. Louisa Watson, who came to the
Electric Hotel several weeks ago, died
very suddenly, last Friday morning at
1 :'M, with an attack of spinal menin
gitis. She retired at nine o'clock on the
previous evening apparently as well as
usual. The deceased's husband, Percy
Watson, came to Oregon City with her,
but aiterwards went away.
Alaska coast towns
Carolina E. -Lines filed a suit for di
vorce in the circuit court Tuesday
ag'itiH Oyrus Jones. The complaint
aueges inai tney were married in Ore
gon City, September, I8S9, and in 1892,
and the plaintiff says that the defendant
oegan a cours ot cruel and tnhuman
trea ment to the plaintiff, which was
continue I until a few months ag i, when
sue was driven trom his home. The
plaintiff asks for the custodv of the mi
nor child, Elmer, and further asks to
be awarded one-third interest in several
tracts of real estate, owned by the defendant.
Mm. F.lln l-Tiir.nnann tha rtntaA ...
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t.tloreKH. Hnd her liiiahnn1 R ft Hm.
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ginson, were guests of Mayor and Mrs
v i ' n.. ..rti.i t t i. i
a j. uniiuoiu, lor a lew liouru mionuay.
Mr. and Mrs. Higginson reside at New
Whatcom, Wash., where the former
is engaged in ihe drug business, and are
now on .their wavhome from a rrin tn
California. Mrs. Hiitginson spent her
childhood days in Oregon City, where
sue was Known oy scores oi aumiring
friends as Ella Rhodes, and was a school
mate of Mayor and Mrs. Cau field, and
a number of odier well known Oregon
City people. Mrs. Higginson's articles
in prose and poetry are in great demand
by Eastern publishers.
It took considerably over a half ton of
light-weight paper for the ballots for
Clackamas county to be used at the polls
next Monday According to the en
acted statutes of Oregon, four white bal
lots, and four colored sample ballots
are required to be printed for each vo
ter, many more than are necessary, and
the taxpayer has to foot the bill. There
are more names than usual on the bal
lot this year with a full complement of
state and district officers and four tick
ets in the field. Consequently, it takes
a whole lot more paper than usual, and
more printed matter. In California
where a registry law is in force only one
ballot is printed for each voter.
Dr. J. Oasto returned from Forest
Grove Friday, where he attended the
annual session of the state grange. Mr.
Oasto was re-elected state lecturer, and
W.M. Hilleary, of Turner, was again
elected master of that body. The reso
lutions passed Bhow that the farmers are
taking a lively interest in public affairs,
and are forming substantial opinions of
their own. Among other things resolu
tions were passed endorsing the Nicara
gua canal and denouncing the Ameri
can Book Company j favored free rural
mail delivery, the election of United
States senators by direct vote of the peo
ple, and the holding of all elections in
the fall ; demanded temperance, the es
tablishment of postal savings banks, and
the re-enactment of the mortgage-tax
Miss Camille Hutton, who will leave
in a few days with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. H. G. Hamilton, for Pendleton,
was given a delightful surprise party by
a number of her young friends Monday
evening the occasion being her 10th
birthday. Games, music, recitations,
supper, etc., was the order of the even
ing, and the merry guests enjoyed
themselves to the utmost. Those nres.
ent were Misses Bessie Bunce, Nettie
K.ruse, Araist Kureman. Hazel David
son, Hattie Yale, Millie Kruse, Minnie
Boyles, Minnie Molleen, Lillian Van
Meer, Camille Hutton. Josie Edlemitn :
Masters Claude Van Meer, Buddie
and Some Burgman, Roy Miller, Frank
Molleen. Guy Kellogg, Eddie Willey.
The little hostess was the recipient of
several handsome birthday presents
from her friends.
"The Lights and Shadows in Christian
Life," at 10:30 a. m., and "The Cause
of all Things, or was Creation from
Something or Nothing," at 8 p. m. will
be the subjects of discourse at the Con
gregational church next Sabbath. .
The Congregational church have
changed the date of their excursion from
July the 4th, so as not to detract from
the home celebration, and are planning
to go to Multnomah Falls on the 25th
Inst., and invite the public to go along.
Particulars will be given soon.
The members of Willametts Falls
Camp No. 148 W. O. W. are requested
to meet at their hall on Sunday, June
5th at 1 :30 o'clock trom which place
they will march to the cemetery where
unveiling of monuments and decorating
the graves of deceased members will take
nlace. Members please bring flowers.
The public is invited to attend the ex
ercises at the cemetery
at irade begin the line of march on uppar
I Main street, inence aown main uireei.
t then turn nnd imnn Seventh street, and
In f,nm there to the bank of the bluff on -
Fourth street, where the exercises will
hfe held. The races and sports will prob
ably be held on Main street in the after-.
noon. The meeting ( ad j turned until
next Wednesday evening. .
Shepherd Boys' Cantatata.
The musical event of recent date in
Oregon City was the Cantata, "David
the Shepherd Boy," aiven at the M. E.
churchln this iiy Wednesday evening
by Prof. R. A. Heritage. f Salem, and
about 50 prominent singers of Portland.
Prof. Heritage and his talented chorus
presented this splendid cantata at the
Centennery M. E church in Portland
few weeks ago to a crowded house The ;-.
Cantata was a beautiful representation
of Oriental life, 'nd the costutuesiand
bearing of the actors vividly portrayed
the scenes that existed during the arlT
history of the Jewish kings. The eleven
scenes were a revelation of panoramic
views of Oriental life harmmiised with
freniient outbarata ot melody." An ex-
curalon boat came no from Portland,
e .. , : ' -1 ' bringing about 30 visitors, besides the
?enLry 81aih?r,i Smo lnt? ,u8tlce members of the chorus. , Almist evry
iVinohel'd nffien MnndftV morninu wear. I . . .. i ci1..t with Inter
seat in m uuum w uio ------
Schuebel's office Monday morning wear
ing splotches of blood on his face, and
informed Deputy Prosecuting Attorney
Porter that Fred Swing, his mother and
sister tried to kill him while be was
building fence that morning. He
swore out a warrant for the arrest of
Fred Swing on a charge of assault.
About a half hour afterward Mrs. Swing
and her daughter, Ella, came into the
justice's office, the latter carrying two
gashes in her wrist, alleged to have
been committed with an axe blade in
the hands of Smtthers Fred Swing was
arrested, and his hearing was set for
June 10th. A warrant has also been
issued for the arrest of Smathers. The
Smathers and Swing families live on
adjoining farms near Redland, and the
proceedings are evidently the result of
two neighbors being at outs.
Oregon City Will Celebrate.
A meeting of the various Fourth of
July committees was held at the coun
cil chamber Tuesday evening. R. Koer
ner, chairman of the city council com
mittee presided, and plans generally
were discussed. The finance committee
made a favorable report, and are con
fideut that they will succeed in raising
all the monev needed. Two hundred
dollars was appropriated for -the com
mittee on sports, and the other com
mittees were requested to report to the
committee on arrangements, the
amount of money needed for their de
partments . On motion K. Koerner was
made a member of the committee on ar
rangements, and after considerable die
cussion it was decided to have the pa
The rec-ular monthly meeting ol the
city council was held Wednesday night..
Mayor Caufield presided, and all the
councilmen were present except Busch.
The petition for the appointment of a
night policeman on the hill u laid on
the table. The uBual grist ol bills were
allowed, and the recorder's monthly re
port showed that 2fl6.67 had been ool
lected for licenses, and three burial per
mits Issued. The fire and water com
mittee were authorized to have all the
hydrants in the city readjusted so that
the same wrench would fit all of them.
Councilman Wilson called attention t
the accumulation of trash under the
suspension bridge C. H. Caufield
was re elected water commsssloner lor
the term of three years. Councilman
Latourette called attention to the fact
that the municipality of Oregon Citv
would soon have $2,000 of its share ol
the county road fund -on hand. The
mayor then stated that the Singer hill
needed repairs, and motion pre
vailed that the street committee ex
amine the same and report upon the
needed, improvements. The Bestow
road on the Abernethy, was also in
cluded in this motion. The council
also appropriated 75 as prlies for the
local firemen's tournament, to be new
on the Fourth of July.
Get your fruit Jars and jelly tumblers
at Harris' grocery.
LOOK LIKE MADE TO ORDER
SUITS THAT COST $25.00
ALL NEW STYLES
lain Black, Brown Checks, mixtures
Black worsted all of them strictly
wool t t
Boys Suits $2.50
Youths Suits $4.50'
"FAMOUS" Portland's Largest Clothing House