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OREGON CITY, OREGON, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBERS, 1898.
AN IRON BED"""
The prices at which we are selling iron
beds, white enameled fiini h, braes trim-
med, ia a. levelation. These are Bate,
There are no defects in construction or
finish. Everything is as it should be. Jf
Price $4.00. X
BELLOMY & BUSCH 1
The House Furnishers
OPPOSITE COl'KT HOUSE !
1Q0Q 1 Shb
Mrs. F. M, Manning is visiting her
parents in Columbia county this week.
Howards mill lsrunning night and day
and the new miller, Mr. Hines, is keep
ing up the former reputation rf "How
James Mulvey is very low with dread
ed dibease, consumption.
Threshing is about all done in this
Over twenty learns loaded with hop
pickers passed here today.
John Denison lost a very valuable
horse a few days ago.
Frank manning jr., is now carrying
the mail on the Olnrke-Meadowbrook
route. Patrons of the offices gay he is
always on time.
. H. H. Perry and wife and the Misses
Katie ami Mary Manning were visiting
at Mr, "Ogles lust Sunday,
Mrs. Hines, the new miller's wife, ar
rived a few days ago, and the miller looks
G. W. Force will move into the house
he bought from C. A. Carlisle in a few
Our pc'.iool will commence on October
The McCord sawmill is at a stand still.
The engine is being used to run the
flouring mill for 0. T. Howard
August 30. Tata.
HOT SULPHUR SPRINGS.
One of the Wonders or Clackamas County
Distlned to Become a Great Sum
Must be strictly pure WHITE, lul1 grown, and
have painted in neat two inch black letters on
either side the following words: "Have your fire
insurance written by an agent who has had years
' of experience in writing policies and who represents
only the largest and best companies in the world."
F. E. DONALDSON Agent
OREGON CITY, OREGON
.Bicycles With Wings.
John Palmateer has been worse the
last few days.
Frank Gill met with a serious accident
last week. He was cm ting bands for
the thresher and Willie Pavis was turn
ing bundles and let the pitchfork slip
and struck Mr. Gill over the eye.
C. Krighaum has come out here to dry
his prunes he has a very large fine prune
orchard. He has been working in the
foundry in Salem for some time past.
Mrs. Lemon and Mrs. Irvin.ofGar
field, was visiting Mrs. Elsie Williams,
of Cnrrinsville, one day last wtek.
Mr. Biddle, from Michigan, ia the guest
of Gid Krigbaum for a few days. He is
well pleased with Oregon so far.
There is about 12 more Jobs of thresh
ing around here yet. but we think some
of the folks at the end of String town
will be. caught in the rain with their
threshing a usual.
Mis. Annie Covey had quite a sick
child last Sunday. We htar it is on the
Crops are turning out very poor here
on account of the aphis.
August 30. JvOxie.
The nearest approach to flying yet attained. The experts who perfect
ed ami the makers who produced the ' hainless Bicycle are public bene
factors. No noise. No breaks. No friction caused by exposed driving
parts. No attention necessary. "You buy the wheel the Columbia
Ohainless does the rest " No' an hour of time taken to keep the Chainlews
in order for a year. More durable. More handsome in appearance. Les
expensive "in the end." Absolutely satisfactory under all conditions of
use. The Columbia (hainless stands tonsiyas the greatest achievement of
America's oldest and most modern' and complete biycle factory. "You
see them everywhere." They are
STANDARD OF THE VV0DL3.
Hurt I'd l''U
. 3a. 50
.1 rk-Men'i ..
.Ill I Women
Su4'Om.l4)itl Vlll. .
ijrao.oo to $.-.o.oo
CHARMAN & CO ,
Cut-rate Druggists, Agents.
A FIRST-CLASS COMPANY
lllrll 11 mouth
After t!lMt!lj Ultt
$2000 00 Policy
Fritz H. Heiser, was in from Damas
cus Wednesday, and reports that his
wheat yielded 22 bushel to the acre and
oats 17. tie was accompanied to the
city by his brother, Otis. Mr. Heiser
gave the Couiuek the following items
concerning Damascus people:
Henry Troge, who serious cut his n
about a week ago wiih an old-fashioned
cradle, while reaping grain, U recover
Mrs. Career and family are visiting
Christian Heiser and family in Port
land. Gilbert Jonrud, who recently had his
thumb severed in an accident, had the
stitches taken out of the same Sunday.
John Hi'leary, the newly appointed
postmaster, expects soon to take charge
of the Damascus olfice. .
Grandma Griflin, who has been in
poor health for some time, is but ery
Robert Heiser, who joined the las' 12
volunteer recruits who enlisted at Ore
gon City for the I'iiillipines, has sent
his photograph home from Camp ,ler
ritt at Ban Francisco, He has gained
20 pounds in weight since arriving at
i he camp.
Mrs. Ctindel, of Portland, is visiting
A. J. Wilson beat the record fur uro
Dee Wright, who was accompanied to
the sulphur hot springs on the head
waters of the Clackamas, about 6r miles
east of Oregon City, by a party con
sisting of Miss Inez Riggs, Mrs. G. A.
Moore, of Oregon City, and Bart Perry
and Mike Clifford, of Molalla, returned
a few days ago and gives some interest
ing facts and figures concerning the
springs. These spi ings are about 30
miles from Wilholt, and about 30 -idles
above the upper Clackamas hatchery.
The nearest and most practicable route
there, however, is up the Molalla and
over the mountain to the headwaters of
the Clackamas. It took this party three
clays to go in, as one of 1 heir pack animals
met with an accident going o-er the
mountain. It slipped and fell over the
precipice scattering the icauip equipage
in every direction. The last 26 miles to
the springs has to be reached by a pack
trail, passing over a mountain 4,500 feet
above the sea level. The springs are
three in number, varying from a temper
ature of 134 to 138, and is admirably
adopted for medicinal prinking purposes
and bathing Two bath tubs ha.e been
hewn out of large cedar logs, one for
gentlemen and another for ladles. These
are enclosed in a privitive way, but an
swers the lequired purposes. The
principal component parts of the water
are magnesia, sulphur and iron, and
have proved to be very good for rheum a
Fishing, too, is very good there, Dee
Wright reports having caught 184 trout
in one day varying in length from four
to 14 inches, enough to last the party
during the greater part of the time that
they were camped there. The fir and
other trees grow to an immense size
there, some of them being eight feet
through, without a limb on the trunk
for a distance of a hundred Teet. The
snow is melted off the mountains, so that
visitors to the springs can get in verj
easily by June 1st, and it is one of the
most delightful camping places to be
found in the mountains;anywhere.
Hun ing is good, Jo Pasold of Spokane,
who was with John Mick, the tninirg
expert, killed a large
; . Among those who Juiya
springs duiing the latter pari of the sea
son were: Fred Wdl, jr., "Aurora;
Leonard Heinz, sr., Leonard Heinz, jr ,
Dee Stehman, Andrew Harney, J. E.
Cooke, Mr. and Mrs. Levi Stehman,
Fred. Heinz, Louis Heinz, Liberal ; John
Bagsby, M. Clifford, Bart Perry, Al
Pasold, Molalla; Millard Hiatt, John
Confer. I. E. Lawience, Inez Riggs,
George Moore, Mrs. George Moore, Sid
Moh'er, D. W. Kinnaird, M. M. Schenk
John Williams, Niis Thompson, Oregon
City ; Fred Will, jr.,Urban VV'ill, Aurora ;
John Mack. Joe Pasold, Spokane J Wes
Rigt-s, Gene Mitts, Macksburg ; O. F.,
A. F L J. G.and Mrs. M. M. Blackney
and 11 months old child, Mrs. H. Gro
shim:, Wjlhoit; W. C. Pairan, Portland ;
S. W. Minthorn, Detroit ; F. A . Wheeler,
Mulino; H L. Reeve, Salem ; C. W.
Hobart, Grant Graves and Lee flobart,
Silverton. Messrs. Schenk and Wil
Hams, who are employes of the paper
mil s, expect to return about September
1st, and James Barlow about 15th.
$ito$s EXPOSITION COUPON $i to $5
PAYS YOUR EXPENSES
GOOD UNTIL OCTOBER 30
For the benefit of visitors to the Exposition. CUT THIS
OUT present it to us and we refund $1 on each purchase of
$10 in MEN AND BOYS' CLOTHES at our store.
One price to all. Gjods marked in plain figures.
FAMOUS CLOTHING BOUSE
Cor. Morrison and 2nd Strei t
Teachers Make Apt and Interesting
Royal makes the food pure,
wholesome end deitclout.
miicK, tne minirg
fe ijear while there.
10 Juiya visited the
I'obsiL, Okeoon, June 2, 18J8
Manager Massachusetts Mutual Life 'nsuiancs Co.
Dhau Sir: On July Kith, 181)7. Mr. W. K. Popplewell, of
thi place, took out $2000 insurance through special agent H.
'I' Hooih. Mr Poo: lewell die I suddenly of Hiiuendieits, Mid
I wish to thank you for company's draft for $'-'0lM 12 the j
$20 '0 being the roll amount insur-d tor ami tne p.i j oeing a ; rii!t, t tllt! Oregon State Fair on any of
OREGON STATE FAIR.
Grandest Exhibition Ever Given In
Oregon! September 22 to 30, 1898.
And you can go there for one fare for
round trip from any point in Oregon on
the Southern Pacific lines. Racing every
day. Also all kinds rf free attractions.
One fare for round trip.
Notice to Dog Owners.
On and after September 1st, all dogs
iniift wear a license tag to ho procure I
ductiig oais, his crop having averaged i fl0:n the c'llv treasurer, 11. E Stiiauiut,
' 48 bushel to the acre. (iiauixs lv P.i-iins.
1 Chief of Police,
$2000.12 Total paid hi.
Have You heard the News? BIDS WANTED.
The Southern Pacific will give you a por School 'and Janitor's Supplies.
dividend added by the Company in accordance wiih its policy ; their Hll(J, ; 0rmm ,or om, fair for thu I ,in"ie ,H ,,ere7 ma ',ar,
,0 Hharmu its nrolits with all v tifV hrldc-rs. The claim has , ,., , ,. rtl:n directors of tchool district No. 02, of
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your promptness in the matter proves that it is b tl to insure ' pair jj, t,e people's institution and shon d fiealM Bl '""
lM.-,,ii1iii,i,v.,in( 1 sin ne urn Med to ell do SO the 1, ntrn.nz..d ld,..r,.!lv H, mi,. ,.n.l "
County Superintendent H. S. Strange
convened a very successful county nor
mal institute at the Barclay school j
building last Monday, and the session
will be concluded this afternoon. Over
122 teachers were registered, notwith
standing many of them were engaged in j
thehop fields, The very capable instruc
tion were J, H. Ackerman, state superin
tendent elect, and Prof. W. A. Wetsell,
of Portland. The teachers were drilled
daily in the branches taught in the
public schools, and each were required
to respond with answers to questions
when their numbers were called. Inter
esting lectures were delivered during the
institute by Profs. Frank Kigler and C.
W. Hurette, of Portland. Miss Jennie
F.. Rowen was the very efficient sccre
tary, and kept the register and records
in excellent shape.
The ollowing teachers and educators
are registered at the institute:
Frank Mitts, Needy; Eliza Burns
Oanby;Ida Birkemeir, Mary J. Rogers,
Ella J. Boehlke, Lawson J. Moore, N,
W. Rowland, Mrs. Li'lie M. Rowland,
Mary Young, Ada M$Laughin, Mrs.
'osephine S. Bradley, Mi'lwaukie; Clara
Demmer, Portland; Hannah K.Peters,
Aurora; William Hayhurst, 0. H. By
land, Carus; Howard Eccles, Canby;
Mary Frances Huerth, Park place;1
Blanche Dyer, Osie Baker, Crace Ed
wards, Agnes Nelson, U. F. Evans, Os
wego ; Eetolla B. Pai ker, Needy ; Charles
Rutherford, Highland; Alice M. Spauld-
ing, Marmot; Ida Francis, Tualatin;
Eva Moehnko, Shubel; Eula Stiange,
Damascus; Shirley Buck, A. R. Dimick,
Hubbard; J. Kate Oasto, Portland;
Zehna S. Shaver, Molalla ; Cecil Cosper,
Charles P. Tallinan, Clarkes; Martin
Masftinger, Shuebel ; A. C. Strange,
Orient; Elsie J. Tayler, Marquam;
Louise Maxwell, Grace MarKerron,
Orient; Leonard II. Vincent, Kelso;
W.E. Voting, Macksburg Anna Mum
piwcr. Stone ; Gilbert II. Pierce, Univcr
sity Park, Willard W. Austin, Logan;
I.I) lia White, Tacoma; Alex Tiiomson,
L. T. Anderson, Clackamas; Mahala
Gill, Logan ; II. A. Hull, Hillsb.iro; Aura
D. rtiompson, Stafford J M ittio TjIIjEs iii,
Logan; D. A. Miller, Highland ; J. G.
Noe, Needy ; J. A. Jennings, Manpi.un j
Lizzie McDonell. Jennie E. Rowen,
Marjorie Cuuliell, Gortru lo Nutzor,
Sado H. Chase, J. C. Zinser, T, J. Gary
11. F. 0 M. Cramer, Kate I. Port-r,
Florence E. Patty. Laura E. Pioattio,
Edna Rugg, Rev. M. L. Rung. Ella
Lavenson, Ada Moehnke, May Kelly,,!
W.Giay, Jlrs. Norma F. Haines, Ger
trude Fin ley, Margaret Williams, Harriet
Case, II. S. Gibson, M ill i Wilson,
Huldah Holden, Millar 1 Hiatt, Clara
Ho'.strom, Florence E. Patty, L. W. Mn
Adams, Oregon City;('. E.Cone, Mrs.
Ifa Auson, Portland; Aletlia M. Pludpi
Canby; Estelle Bracken, Parkplace;
Sus e Miironey, Sandy; Mrs. L. M.
Hedge, Sycamore; Emma and Martha
Struckler, Clackamas; George T. Mc.
Arthur, Cuirimiville ; O. ). Eby, Molal
la; Sotiriand Zone! Miiylleld, Highliind;
Cliar!es L. Dyer, 0. II. Balem',n, Lucy
Wiliauis, Portia id; Mabel Thayer,
Minnie and Iva Ha rington, Oregon City ;
II. M. Stone, Sunnyi-ide; II. M.Kial
naker, Sunnyside ; Alaze C atkins, Port-
i laud ; Annie J. Young, Vlilwimkie; J. R.
j Nolile, Pe'iba M Sumner. Woodbiirn;
Tennie Muylield, Highland ; Lorena M.
Shuck, C. M. Crittenden, Monit u ;
Cl aries llonsi-n, Wi'sonville J G. 0
Ilolman, Erniniie Griubcl, Portland;
Nettie Walilen, Olive A. Eliciting,
Mamie Adams, Minnie Myers, Oregon
ROYAL BAKINO POWDFI PP., NFWVOFtX.
' REALTY TRANSERS.
Furnished Every Week by Clacka
mas Abstract & Trust Co.
J B Beck to E L Miller, sw ofswj
ami nw sw), sec 3, 5 s, 1 e; $1.
Glad R E Bsn to H L Ward, blk 104,
Gladstone ; tl.
J H Grosbong to A M Groshong, ii
of v;li of se1', sec 17, 0 s, 2 e; $4t!0.
C Livesay to T Rue, 2! acres in
Abernethy elm : $251
S W Hardest;; to V E Cot k, 1 acre, sec
5,5 s, I e; $1.
O D Nihw ander (by slie.i) to Win Scott,
:J0 acres, iwH-1 580 8 s. 1 w; $11.37.
U S to Win E Welch, cj of nej. H'O
8, bwJ4 nw4 of sw!4, sec 5, 3s,7e;
S We'rh to Wm E Welch, wli of sec
i of llW J4
1 e; $1
E Chase to ,1 Ciisle, s'a' of sw i of
nw M, see 13 2 , 4 e; $2"0.
J Crisle t R Joim nd, s of sn of
ny, sec 13, 2 s, 4 e; I5.
W H Davidson to J K Daviilsn, nw
of sec 10, (is, 2 e; $2n0.
M E Vi!loti.di' y to T F Kvnp, lots 5
Hiid 7, Ink 13;l O.eguii ( i'y;$10. fi.
G G Kruse 10 F E Knise, ;2 acre in C
Brown elm, 2 , 1 e; $1.
F E KriiHe to O W Kiuse, 5(1 net, sic
F E KruH to C W IC'iise, 13 n) rds,
I II, 2 fl, I e; $'.',
P ii I) S Mome 1 1 M L& A O Hay
wood, 00 a, I Karr elm ; $50 .
A Sur Tli 1 a w for Vim.
A t'HTJHCti"ll in which you canno' Ins)
isH sure thing. Hilimisiiess. sick beinl
scbe, Inrii'd long'ie, It vt r, ih s Hilda
ll.oiMiiiid other ilin are canai'd by coc
silpaiion and sli'irgi-b livi-r C:ncarets
C.indy Cailiartic, thu w oudei lul new
iiver etimiilant i",,l inlc'iniil t nic are
liv all ilrugiiists guar inii-ed In euro or
money refunded .'. ('. are a miith
ibintr'. Tiy Uu to.d,,v; 10c, 2V, .'i0
Sample and booklet free, Ail , . ,
For Over fifty Yeirs
An Oi. i) and Whi.i, Tisiko Hkmuov
ilrs, V inflow's S"0'hing tyrup has
l een nfi for f'Vft tiftv years bj' mit
hi iim of mother for Hii'ir children while
teething, with perfect siicci-ks. It
soiii((,.n tin,, child, Milieus the guina
allays nil pain cmes wind colic, and is
the best remedy (or Diarrlioi'M. 1
pleasant to the tasle. Sold by Dmgists
in every pint of 1 Iim Woihi. Twenty
five renin a boiile. lis value is in
CHlcuhiblo. Be sure and ask fur Mrs.
Wiiisow'h Sootliiiij; Syrup, and lake no
Ti Cur CoiintliKtloii Fiiri'Vi'i-.
T ike CHrraieH I andv Cnthariei 10c
or 2"ic. If C. C. C. f .il toi ure, di uygisls
in a iii'Kt
Ma sacliuselts Mutual whi'iiev. r opioi lunity offers
Yours very truly, V. W. Hoovkr.
ExiC itor of the ei-tate of W. R. Popplewell.
I w hat irsources
! for round trip..
Oregon has. One fine
Your H.i w l Wltli tti,iriit'
THS M1SSAC373UTT3 MJ rOALLIFZ COMPANY
(!i:cui pniaiti! lo'ji)
. H. C. COLTON,'
R.va-..s. 312-31.? Cba:nSrr nl Ciinintrce
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Cae'ty I'llbiirlic. ciiih
li.ru. r' 10 '.2 ),! If C.C
gists tebiud ni'ni .-y.
oili o'clock bepteiiiber I dh. IH'.'H, for!
school supplies for 'he e suing yi r A
list of the same may le eecii on tile;
w ith the sell lot clerk j
Almi at. iIih h:iiiih liniii mid ritacri will'
,0 lull diiu rec.ive sealed bl Is for janitor s supplies.1
iMHiivm reserves .lie rii 01 10 rejeci, : ,H Mti. cleil, y 111 Iiivh a
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any or all ta is. 1 '"ecuie - oeaiin aim yu win sn-eiy
: ' liy order of lioar 1 of Direct.t s. ! have g ,d look- Klectrie Bitteis" i.
I . r, in good Alternative and Ionic. Acts
j o. M. .kw.n, ,im.tv , lt, ht,,inach, liver and
Dislr.ct Uk. Pirilb ihn hlood,
Muw to Look Good.
G'io,l Ink 1 lire really more than "kin
deep, depending tll'be'v on a lieiil hv
eiiniliiiiiii of ail the vili.l oruaim. If the
liver be i iaetive, you have a b Ibous
I. mk : if vmi Bioui ch be disordered, you
have a ilvsiientic I uk ; If vmir kidneys
45 cents round trip from Oregon City
to Portland and ret 11 11 via SmiUiern
Pacillc trains. One way rate 2") cents.
Tickets now on Kale a' railroad depot.
Trains leave Oregon City ut 8:4) a. m.,
and ii:') p. 111 , and arrives from Port
land al 0:23 a. m. anil l:.ri2 p. 111. Save
time by using the quicker route,
It ivh a pinched look.
Tw MilUmi4 h Vrar. .
I Wbrii p pie oin, liv.iud liny unain,
. itllii'"'- 1 t,i i - :4;-"ij f- T'"' pe 1, i.
1 I 1 lie' t";.i e l S h'm Hfe in w linyj ij
( a iM'i-'f Cm ,l.v O 0 hi r ir at 1, e r oe ill
imii mill uii ti. . x -- 11 t ;i r :i 11. 1 it will le
tire mi'lii'ii b-i.'re N, w Yea. Jl
menus M erit (ir iVi'il, ;lin I 'aeiiri-i are
jthe inii-i ili-liiriiilul li'il regulHtnr fr
, 1 VI 1 vIkmII' '!:e jenr r.illll'l. Alldllllf
jrisii- 1 25, '"Uc a box, cum giiaia iiecl.
Date 1 .it Oregon Cit , Si-ptcmlier 1, 1803. i npies
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NO 'JJ 1J PAY.
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,iA-l'KI,.. C'll' X roM : lor Mid.irin, C'lillld
, I I'tr,"'". H in nimiilv I r ut iiiid iilidi' 111 Hf
T,, i i' fm 111. lolifren Kivf It, i.Hii iri.fer
nl bi ler. 11 i.i-.iiumi f mi . Vtiei K.
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Pirilii ion Id 1... I. ruie
, bli t.'bes ii'nl boils, ir.id uiyeii
nupii xii"'", Every bottle gu'ir
S. .1.1 at ("harinuti A Co 'a drug
r"r per bn'tle.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
Tim I'f.i-t SALVKin the world for Cuts,
Uplines, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Kbeiim,
Fever Sores, 'letter, Chapped
Hands, Chilblcins, (.'orns, and all Sldu
KrupiioiiH, am! positively enrea Piles,
or no pay required. It is guaianteed to
give perfect satmfai lioii or money re
nrv'rd. Price '.'") rents per bo. For
ale bv Chai oi 111 it Co.
Experience Teaches the value of
Hood's S irsaparilla. Ii is constantly ac-
comilishing wonderful cures and people
Gentlemen and boys underwear, nice " a1' etlions take it, knowing it will do
line at the Kuckct Store themgooj.