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GON CITY COURIER
OREGON CITY, OREGON, FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 1893.
Should be kept out in the fresh air
as much as possible. It frets them
to be kept continually indoors. No
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 whicn to
pay for them.
Baby Carriages are
BELLOJ1Y & BUSCH
OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE
In SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS at
the PIONEER STORE of
CHARM AN & SON
A fall line of
Boots and Shoes,
WOODMEN n TIORIAL DAY.
Two Monuments. Unveiled Sunday
and Other Interesting Exe cises.
Last Sunday was one of the most
eventful days in thayetr 111 1 a cimps
of Woodmen of the Worl I, it being the
am ual Memorial day of the order, and
the day on whio i trie in mil neuU ovr
the graves 01 net-easeii memuersui me
craft, erected d ring the year, are un-.
veiled. Each benetiourv member of the
order, after his demise, has a monument
erected over his last resting place at the
expense of the order, and th s mark of
the sleeping place oi a ieuow nienmer
is unveiled on this occasion with appro
priate ceremonies on lie first memorial
day following the erection of the monu
At two o'clock S 'iiday afternoou about
100 members of Willamette balls 'amp
No. 148, formed a procession and,
marched to Mountain View eeuietery,
where the ritualistic services were con
ducted by Chief Consul H. 5 Strange,
m . !.. i I! I .1
ivev. l. w. mine oenveiei mo mo-
morial addre e, followed with a few re
marks by I. D. Taylor. The L.tdie-i
quartet sang severid appropri te selei-
U'-ns. The monunienia ove ne graves
of H.CI. Richen and M M. But s were
unveiled with aopropriate ceremonies
and the graves of all ot the deeeisel
members were strewn won nowers in
acc nlance wl h tne instructions mm
down in the ritual ..
Royal make the food pure,
aleMm tad UllctM,
MAI tAKIM SOWMS CO., WW VMM.
Dr. A. A. Barr
Have,, Your Eyes Examined
Scientific Opticjan, formerly
of Minneapolis, has charge of
the Optical Department for
A. N.'WRlGllT, the Iowa
Jeweler, 293 Morrison St.,
The 26th annual reunion 01 the Ore
gon Pioneer Assoc! tion ill lie held at
the Armorv in Portlanl.on tVe liirfs lay,
Jnno lo, 1898. A I' persons coming to
Oregon prior I'ebruary 14, Isoll, without
regard to where they now live are nil-,
irible to membership. The program will
consist ot prayer. by the grand c aplam,
Kev. .lohn a. irittin ism, 01 niusiioroi
the annual address by R v. I .8. Kn ght.
18'i3.of alem.and the occasional awlr ss
by Rev. H. K. Hines. D. D.. 18 3, ot
Hoo I River. There will be a procession
formed at the Hotel fori Ian I at one
o'clock under the direction i t John W.
Miu to, grand marshal. A gran. I ban
quet wil be given alter he literary ex
ercises ;.re heM . in iie eveni g tne an
nual business me -tiiiiJE will be hel I, fol
lowed by a "pioneer love f ast." The
ruilroa ls' andsteamb i t s willetrry peo
ple attending the association at special
s. In a cirf lar to the pioneers ol
Oregon, lieorge H. Himes, the secretary
of the association, stateB that it is not a
money making scheme that each re
union costs a great He d more th in he
receipts from the annual ,dues amount
to; ami that lie has erve 1 it twelve
years as. secieia'y without remunera
tion more hati a month's time each
year.. He fun her Mates that the rea
sons the associations are held in I'oit
land it ta th- out ' p to hich the
association has been invited
JG. H. BESTOW"
nnr3S WINDOWS. MOULDING and BUILDING
' lovvsip oun pwu sra' oirincaED for first-class goods.
Shop Opposite ComrrdCHtiona tlmer. "
-trwt, oreiron City, Ore.
The Gurmama Makket.
Is the cheapest place in the city
to. buy t t t t
FIRST-CLASS FRESH MEATS
Seventh Str et, Near Depot, Oregon
r . J.'Obtekholtz, Props. t t
A YOUNG ROMAN
Back From A aska.
Roscoe Hard returned from a several
months' sojourn in Alaska 11 1 expects
to urn later an I K through to th 1
gold fields, ile left L ike Bennett a few
Iriavs ago. and slates that the a rem I
tramwa is 111 euccesslul oieratioii up
the Chilcoot pass lo the sunimi . ami in
(onsequence horses area orug in tne
A asaan ma-ket. ine 1 ram way is get
ting all the transfer business over Hie
pass .and t' e horse is now a back mini her
three or four hundred ho sea have been
turned out on the g ass near Dyea by
their citfii'irs. IliiuuYa U ol .te it 11 ne
are Iving along the Ululcoot trail and
since the weather has begun to get warm,
the stench arising from them is awful
The river, too. is partia ly tiled will)
dea I h trses, thtt hiva died an I beet
killed bv accident.
Will L. Miller, who is associated with
a 0. Kinearson in law business at roit
Wrangel. laka, arrived home Friday
for a few weeks visit. He is well
pleased with i-is new location.anil states
th tbusnessis n-hing at Kort Wrnn-
gel. Tbe through passenger tramc from
England and Eas' Uana la his iiegnn to
arrive ami hev are pushing their way
through to the Yukon, liy the Mu keen
route. These people are sold through
tickets to Fort Wrangel over the Da-
nadian Pa' inc. and from there go up
the Stickeen river by steamer.
1 1 y un y iJs
' At th ' regular 111011 lily meeting of the
city council las week, the tact was
brought out by Councilman O.D.Latour
ette Ilia the unicipality has or soon
woUld have-, $2000 ol its shar of county
road funds available This slatemei t
led Mayor Cutitld t call iitteii ion to
'he condition of a piece of iHiunty road
wdhl'i the city luni s. known as the
riihgcr hill road, whereupon a motion
cari d that the committee on streets
anfl public property examine and report
upon A plan to improve this thorough
fare, as well as the Hestow mud, on
Atiernetliy creek. Acrorung lo an
anieliduient 10 the city charier, passed
at'tb.e last session of the legislature, re
gi Citv is entitleil to t0 per t ent of the
county 10 id tax coilecie i within the
i(rpor .te limits The -matter was con
tested by the county court of Clacka
miis county in he courts, and ah tit
three mouths, a.o the supreme court
ha'tuled dow n a decision artirniiug the
ciiy'srghl to tliis money. According
to tne 1 rovisions 01 ne cnurier inis
ntd money cannot be expended within
the, city luni s on regul irly lai I out
stleets.imt can be ued on county r a.la,
in the city oroiitsi'ie ot it
Proba e ' ouri.
In the matter of the estate of Ueor.'e
tdam tirosa 1 i ler,' deceasetl, Jacob
liioss iiiler execil or. wa- gnnteil an
order to pny ihe heir- 01 the said
nmoiints due them, mid to pay hims-f
2 aseo' pensation for his servio s as
lil he matter of the estate ot samuel
Shepherd le eased I). It "iray an I V
vfa her, execu 01, filed tiieir first semi
annud aeeoti t, which wis ordered
pf. red oil -tile. -'- - v . -c. "
It) the m ttte'' o' thi estate of E. .
Tr.icey.'adititni'' rator was approved. , r.
In he mailer of the es ale of William
(Jlavson. dei ea ed. Charles Claysou, the
administra r, made his final reort
w hich was approve I.
We are showing extraordinary
values in Micn's and Youth s
Suits for Summer. Special
prices-that means low ones
have been tried to some of our
nobbust suits in order clear
them out. Kvrv garment is
new, rightly made, artcV fully
Men's Business Suits
In Fancy Patterns and Plan Colors
$7.50 and $9.35
Boy's Youth's Suits
Made Exactly Like Cur Mens Snits
$4.35 $5.75 $6.50
and up to $15
These bright new goods are displayed
in onr windows. !
LOOK AT THEM
A B. STEINBACH & CO.
Cor. First and Moriisou tsts. , -
rORTLANU, OUECON I
Th Romans were the epicures of all
tliA rnzes and gathered from sea. earth
onl air the daintv or substantial pro
ducts of a luxuriant age for the delecta-
tionof the ptla e. The average Araen
an vouth is young Roman in appetite
und if is mother or wife wants to find
ood things to feed him, she will see
A. ROBERTSON The drocer
Life insurance cultivates habits. " - ,
Life insarance lightens the load of care.' '
Life insurance keeps the wolf from the door.
Life insurance gives response to the rich man.
Life; insurance gives courage io the poor man.
Life insurance certifies to a man's affectionate regard for his family,
Life insurance place the window above the need of marrying for a home
LifeHnsurance add to a man's years by, freeing him from appreheo-
LifSsurance heightens the esteem in which wife and children hold
K New R.iceiv r.
Judge Bellinger, of the U . 8. court on
Tuesday made an order appointing
H. frescott, receiver 01 tne aasi ouie
Railway Company in place of Joseph
bimon. This road is operated between
Portland and Oregon City, and has two
or three short branch lines. Morris &
Whitehead, who have come into pos
session of a lot of bonds of the road, re
cently brought suit to have a new re
ceiver a 'pointed. I ollowing is
partial copy of the order:
"I' is hereby ordered that 0. H. Prea
cott be and is hereby substituted as re
ceiver of the East Side Railway Com
pany, and of its property, plant and
franchises in place and stead of Joseph
Simon, and n is further ordered that he
have the same power and authority as
provided in the order appointing Joseph
"Prescott is reauired to give a bond
for the faithf ul performance of his duties
in the sum of $10,000, and Upon the exe
cution of said bond and its approval oy
the court, ana the taking ot ins oatn oi
office, said Prescott will take immediate
possession oj the properties of the J5ast
Side Rail ay Company. " ; ' . "', '
Down from the Hatchery.
Thomas Hrown was down from his
Sal . on liv- r hatche-y M on lay, an I re
potts having met w th fair success in i lie
propagation of ste lliead sal non The
hatchery was built by tieor ,e I'.rough
I n and Thorn s rtrown. for the purpose
of propaga iug steelhcad saimou, a here
toloie untried experiment in the li e of
i-alinon ha clung. As a resnlt.tliey have
acquired the eXperenee, thai will make
the tiii-inesH a profitable one in the fn
tnre.and demonstrated its su -cess be
vniiil m .haiiit. The first racks nut in
were not sir ii enouih an I t ne v bit
had to be made an I placed in .obuioii.
owever, iiotwithHamling the iei v
and accilents while acquiring experi
ence 1,001). 00 steelheads Imou were in
u hated, which mil swell the niimners
in the l oi ininia aim us innuu ieo
Thev completed the work of getting
steelhe d eggs May 13th, and wil! begin
taking chinook salmon. J'dy lain ine
steelheadB are more difhcult to secure
than the festive, gentle chioaok, and
make rapid iine down stream when
purmed by the fishermen. The only
way in which they can be caught is by
means of traps placed in the deep holes
They are putting up a new bnilding for
the ha chery, 20x24. a id will be en
aieed to flood the waters with steel-
beads next year.
Cor. Front and Taylor Sts.,
Largest and Best Stock of...
...In tlie Nortltwest
Oomm njemjnt Ex r.la .
The Wes Oregon Citv school and Bol
ton annex closed its year's w rit jast
Friday, and on luesday evening the
graduating exercises were held Two
pupils graduated from the 9.h grade,
Miss Jessie Humphreys and Henry
Cramer, and Miss Bessie Uiani and
Clarence Miller finished their course in
the 8th grade. The folding doors be
tween U e two large rooms in the upper
story were thrown open, and many who
were unable to secuie admission re
mained in the hallways. The decora
tions of evergreens and flowers were pro
fuse, and tastily arranged. Ihe mem
bers of the graduating class acquitted
themselves very creditably in their part
of the piogram.and displayed marked
nriirinnfitv in their CraUliating essays.
After an instrumental duet by Mrs. F.
E. Donaldson knd Mrs. I. D. Taylor,
BamIh dmnt recited "Rising in Sev
entySix' Clarence .Miller read the
class prophecy, followed with, a solo by
Miss olive LueUing. Mi Seller made
a decided bit in a recitation, followed
with an essay on "Success," , by Jessie
Humphrey. Miss May Case sang two
solos, and Henry iframer read his e
"Contentment." Alter uur
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INSURE, IN A GOOD COMPANY..
THERE ARE NONE BETTER THAII '
-mi mccirmsCTTS KimiAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY , IhrltSnt
H. - CO LTO iHiM:an.?sfi
about: 1250. t U- is
nf tho rvat lonaid iteel. and I E.
. Rooms. 312-313 Chamber or tommerw, BP" in:7" .rSTTll 1 (J Jz
A Substantial Cannon.
- fionnrilman -- James Roake. of the
! 1. I. ri.a1.in . aMLitM.l!a1 Mas A. WPnnliintlTialtt I'
irUll UrS 111.. 1 I BIlMHIIiUai VWPI- raJ Vn vvuh.vh.i
non out forged steel mat win Weign
about 500 pounds. It will be over 5e
feet in length- and has - .bore f4 1
inches. . Mr. Roake expects to have this
piece ol ordnance icompiete, tn (tme to
make noise on t lie Fourth t July, and
vaiuaoie aeauiiuion wi
on that day. lil. Roake
' oa mote-loagp t, j j
bv Snrjerin tendent Si ark-
A. 0.: Strange delivered the.
most excellent class addrest, after wnicn
tlm diplomas were presented byChijir i
man Uibbt ol the school board.' The
Serclees closeJuith a duet by Mr. and
re. I. D. Taylort t- ,
Th members oi the graduating class
Were fairly deluged with flqral offerings,
and after the flower tirls were- through
fltn tneir were, tne mm wa nuny
114 from view by the array oi uiiee ana
ther choice .flowem'""'
Prof. T.J. Garv. Uie fcrincipslvis to
hWoJte4 onthi tteIlett J.pW'
i nr e br tils f rail--' tJc' " -
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FEE D HILLS