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OREGON CITY, OREQON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1898.
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An Inviting Place....
io do clothes-buying is at our store. About
every conceivable thing of fashion in Men's
and Boys' Clothes is here and "your money
back' if you say so," makes you feel that you
, are not being fooled.
HERE ARE SOME SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS FOR MEN 1
MEN'S BUSINESS SUITS Kte
- , , , . suits in smoolh-
tlnlshed worsteds, fancy brown and, irrav A i n - n
ceyiots blus and blacks; made of trust- 3 I 7 .111
worthy fabrics and guaranteed.
Men's Business Suits
Fine, close-woven worsteds and woolen
unBsimerea or latest popular designs: also
uiunn aim uiacKa, maae in sanie way
above-mentioned, but of finer iabrios.
MEN'S OVEKCOATS, $10 TO HO
Largest Clothier In the Northwest First and Morrison, Portland, Or.
Since buying his Groceries
of MAR R MVIR, after
having traded for some time
at other stores. No stale or
inferior goods kept.
To every one the buying of shoes in an
important step. The economical buyer
especially wants something that looks
elegant, but also something that does
not cost too much and will wear and
be comfortable. You will appreciate as
well as we that this demand fp not a
slight one, but we, in guaranteeing to
suit you, will run the risk of failure, be
ing confident of success. .
THE SWEET THINOS
for household use are amongst the
articles from our stock of Groceries
which are in constant demand. Tbeir
richness, fine flavor and other excellent
qualities have made them prime favorites
with every housekeeper.
1 We also have sweet things in the
gastry line made fresh every day in our
akery besides the best bread in the city,
HEINZ & CO.,
Bakers and Grocers
Oregon City !
Fresh Stock of
Depot for HAT and FEED
OF LOW PRICES
Willamette Block, Oregon City
G. H. YOUNG""
' Caskets, Coffins, Robes, Lining,
Etc Best Material. Lowest Prices.
Next Dobr to Pope's hardware store.
Main Street. Oregon City, Or.
SOUTO OgKGOy gJTY
...The Most Desirable Suburb...
ADJOINING OREGON CITY AND PRACTICALLY A PART OF IT.
IT is all within one mile of the center of the city and is con
, nected by an improved plank road. Healthy location, fine
view, Rood air, soil, water and drainage and a first-class
public school adjoining. With all the advantages of the city
and but a is minutes walk to to the business houses, makes this
a very desirable place of residence and bound to grow, in
Choice Lots ready for the garden from $100 to $150 on
easy monthly installments with liberal discount to home build
ers. Call on or address.
T. L. CHAKMAN, Trustee,
Charman Bros.' Block
Royal makes the food pun,
wholesome and delicious.
RovwMKnm powon eo Ntwvonx.
Look out for burglars.
Miss Rose Grimm is on the sick list.
Brownell's supervisor of this place has
invested in a new top buggy. '
Miss Lizzie Glade, of Portland, was
visiting her sister, Mrs. John Hepler, of
this place last niuht.
Since our last report there was a fight
in town which resulted in a black eye
and a broken heart, and the mystified
people are still wondering which of the
two is hurting the worst.
Hans Abbott who has been seriously
ill with typhoid fever is slowly conva
lescing. A honeymoon reminds us of a sugar
J. M. Sperl's bouse, was burglarized
the night of October 20th.
Doc, says the grass widow is all right.
J. M. Bperl and children are making
there home with Fred Yohann. ,
J . H. Daly was hauling potatoes last
Johnnie and Chris Weismandel went
to Oregon City Saturday.
Farmers are about done digging spuds
with about half a crop.
Memento mori, weska polka. The
only fusion we believe in, is a union of
dependants and nine times out of ten
that is a failure.
October 20th. 66.'
Mrs. Van Tress who has been sick
ior some time is improving. ......
A cow belonging to F. J. Ridings, fol
lowed a drove of cattle out of Marquam
last week and forgot to come home.
Farmers of this section are very Lusy
piuwing, ana sowing their fall gram.
Mr. Logan has moved on the premises
formerly occupied by Mr. Van Tress,
mc inner uaving Uioveu 10 HCOttS MIUB.
Oulte A nntnher nf nannla frnm Kota
attended the basket social at Scotts
iumsiast friday night.
Mr. Minier. of fiilvarlnn roponflir ro.
ceived official news from Capt. Poor-
man, ai Manilla, confirming the re
ported death of C. E. Minier, his son,
who was a member of the second Ore
M. Clifford and Alien Wulla nf fn
lalla, made a flying trip to Marquam
and vicinity last week.
A Vprv nlaasani: anrnrtaa nnrltf wo.
given Mr. Eby, at the residence of Mrs.
ThomDann. laar. Wail
- . r .'vuiugi
About twenty young people were pres
ent ana naa a very enjoyable time.
A. B. Maronam anf fumilv Itfioa
Muriel Wenger and others, attended
quarterly meeting at Hubbard, Sunday
Attain baa orim' ffaath vlaitan1 nn.
midst and ralle.l awav tun hriurhr UAtmn
men in the mimo nf lif Franlr Rniuara
and a young man by the name of
Phelps. Frank Bowers died on Friday
and was buried on 8unday, while Mr.
Phelps died on Saturday and was buried
on Monday, both were buried at the
oniiie ceineierv. . rAT.
Marquam, November 1st.
M. Stauber lias irons to Solum In llva .
He has rented his farm to Bert McAr.
Geo. H. Brown haa a naur nnlaln
digger that is worth a trip to see. It
roiiB mem out so fast that it keeps sev
eral bova hllRV nipliinu tham 11 n Tun
of the Burgoyne boys are the champion
pn-aers, matting a dollar apiece a day
at two cents per sack.
E. F. Vplarn haa tni nail t mm Car
Gilliam county, where he spent the'
Several new families havn moved in In
Theie is considerable sickness here.
New Era, Nev. lt.
The Dast week haa hnen favnmhta fnr
larming generally, but it seems every
body has taken advantage of the weather
in sowing, digging potatoes, and picking
Mi8 F.bv Ravaira haa Viaan viailinir
her old schoolmate Mrs. L. Rath.
M. E. KanHln anhi 9A l,aa1 nf ahaan
to Mr. Maik and is going in the cattle
Miss Emmie Wallace, of Falls View,
was the guest of Mrs. L. Kath one day
Born, to the wife of Carl Stromgreen,
a 10 pound girl.
Miss Ida Eckerson and brother,
Thomas, attended the dance at their
brother, Charles Shockley, and report
having a good time.
School is progressing nicily under the
management of Earl Elliott, of Powell's
Valley. Hiohlaud X Ray.
Highland, November 2d.
Miss Hattie Wilnn aava a nannv on
cial for the benefit of the Redland M.
E. church on the night of the 28th of
Oswald Behimer is at hnnm aoain nnrl
going to school.
M. Bphimar haa rahirnofl frnm na
mountains; seen plenty of deer and got
Aug Funk has been laid up for the
last two weeks, caused by cold settling
in his jaw.
A graphophone entertainment at Red
land school house on the evening of
November 1st. ,
Word has been receivrd from John
Day river of the death of George Cut
ting in a skirmish with the Indians;
aUo of 'the wounding of Dave Cutting,
George's father. Dave Cutting is a
brother of Mrs. Geo. Hicinbothem. of
this place, and Oren Cutting, of Mo
lalla. Claude Stone spent Saturday and
Sunday at home with his parents from
Portland. U. 8.
Redland, October 31st.
f Highland Flings.
Miss Savage, an old schoolmate of
Mrs. L, Rath, is visiting her at present.
Mrs. Elwood Frost, of Oregon City,
was visiting her mother last weak.
Mrs. E. Harrington is on sick list
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jones were the
guests of Mrs. Eugene Cummins last
Mrs. C. E. Martin received a letter
from her brother, announcing the mar
riage of Miss Rhoda Gard, formerly of
Highland, to Mr. James Kirk, of Hepp
ner, This young and happy couple will
reside in Heppner, We wish you a
long, happy and prosperous life.
November 1st. Dbwby.
Mr. Noyes and family have moved to
Mrs. Wood, of Portland, was visiting
her uncle, Mr. Humphrey, over Sunday.
The W. 0. T. tJ.. enjoyed another
meeting at Mrs. Humphrey's, at which
twelve were present. The union is now
preparing to give an entertainment.
Miss A. Oharlson has no school in the
grammar room, on account of death in
the family. ;
There are many vet in the school
down with the chicken-pox, and they
nave oeen iu me sctioot tor two weeks
Who ever heard of dried mushroom?
Mrs. Weber has a half sack dried for
.'A'iUii and Frank Johnson have re
turned from the coast and brought back
All the old people here are better.
In the next letter we will find the aire
of all our old folks. We have many
ior a town 01 tins size.
November 2d. Rose Hill,
Mountain View Items.
Miss Lottie Bennett, who has been
staying with Mrs. Frederict., went out
into the country Saturday to spend a
Grandma Carter, of Soda Springs, is
visiting with her nieces, Mrs Lizzie
Pierce and Miss Mamie Ely ttiis week.
Mr. Lee and wife (nee Miss Vina
Gard) went out to Clarkes '.Saturday to
visit witn parents ana menus.
Mrs J. Heckart. of Highland, was
visiting among relatives here and at
Portland the past week.
Mrs. Rinio, who has been unable to
speak above a whisper since last August
can talk loud again, Dr. Parker is her
Mrs. Frances has a stiff neck which is
very painful at times.
Mrs. Darling went to work in the
woolen mills attain lust Monday.
There is protracted meeting at the U,
B. church conducted by Rev. Haines,
of this place.
There will be preaching and Sunday
school at the Mountain View church
next Sundav at the usual hour.
Mr. Savage is making improvements
or, his place, adjoining 1 Duane Ely's
property, thla ween.
We are slad to see the sidewalk being
laid between here and 7th street. Now
we hope to have an electric light here
in the near future.
Nov. 2d. BALINA.
Where is Carus and what kind of
men are living there? There must be
some that a smart politician could use
for any purpose, if thev find fault with
our road supervisor (he being a repub
lican), ana say tie should not be strut
ting around Oregon City with populist
lawyers but go to republicans if be has
that kind of business. The fool knew
that one of the populist lawyers is a
cousin to the supervisor, but if he was
not, is he atraid he will lose his influ
ence with the politicians if he will be
seen with a populist. If we are not
luiHtaicen, he was clased amomt the
d.iulitlul ones two years ago, until he
got a fdW appointments, such as view
ing new roads, etc., but it takes all
kinds ot men to make a world.
E A. Cummins will move to Beaver
Oreek lor the winter, where he and hi
brother, Burt, and W. A. White will
cut cord wood.
Our supervisor had a iranir of men at
work last week laying plank in the gap
which was left last summer.
Tuesday quite a number found their
gates removed, some found their plows
and harrows in another field or hung up
on poles. But the boys went to far
when they broke into the school house
and piled lumber on the denks, pulled
down the Hk and wrapped it around a
tree . 1 hey may set into trouble as thev
are all known.
E. F. Guenther lout hia nonv last
Sunday. He thinks some one too him
out of his pasture.
The weather haa haan var vain..
for the last week and it is quite a disap.
pointraent to some of the farmers that
have'nt all their grain in.
N. H. Damoll
friends at The Dalles for the last couple
of weeks, returned home last Saturday .
Mr. force ana family, who were visit
1112 at Portland, retnrnad
day evening. . ; ' .
There was a Hanfa criuon of tha no!
dence of Mr and Mrs. Woodside, Satur
day evening, in mnor ot Miss Ida's 18th
uirruoay, a large crowd was present
and all enjoyed a very pleasant time.
Miss Marv Mannino. whn haa W
working in Oregon Cit, came home
Mr. and Mrs. Fred F.rirkann and Mr
and Mrs. W. M. Wallace were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Had Perry Sun
Mrs. J. H. Darnell nf Mill nu
visiting friends at Mulino at present.
Mrs. McCown, of Oregon Oi'y, was
v isi ting her daughter one day last week .
Miss Florence E. Patt.v. nf rtraann
City, ha s been engaged to teach the re-
fuuininu m irmnninnnr antinni at Mn nA
in dace of Miaa Mahrv HoPnum nf
r " ,::. ' '
Quite A ntimhar nf vnnnn fnlVa at
tended Sunday school at Liberal Sunday.
J. J. Mallatt who has been on the
sick list, is getting better. .
John Alhrioht ami Arnhia M.rf1nJ nf
New Era, were visiting George McOord
oaiuraay ana emnaay, and attended the
dance Saturday night.
Hallowe'en niirht waa anant -rafhav
quietly in this part of the country as a
Hicui. luouy iurgot aooui 11. some 01
the youngsters had a meiry tfme, carry
ing off gates and etc
Mrs. Bart Ml'Dnnalit avnanla In luaua
soou to join her husband, who is work
ing in Montana.
Mr. and Mm. Rnvanrnn nf WnnH
burn, were visiting their son, Chas.
Boyanton, of this place, last week.
Mrs. James Nelson and Grandma
Wright, of Liberal, were guest of Mrs.
r n - i . i
ut xv. vtouwier, r naay .
Miaaaa F.ffia Ranch anil Rarah Raala
of Can by, were visiting Miss Maggie
rovemDer 1st. . I'ansy.
Hazelia -School Report.
The following is the repurt of school,
District No. 37, for the month ending
October 28th. No. of pupils enrolled
27, No. of days taught, 20, oases of tardi
ness none, cases of absence 20. Those'
who wore neither absent nor ta rdy are :
Florence Hayf,- Maud Childs, Blanche.
E bel and Leslie Whitten; Earl, Oar
roll, Verne and Milton Shipley; Henry
and Willie Nagle; Carl and Louisa
Weltner and Ethel Baker. Patrons are
invited to visit the school.- Acba D.
High qualities in millinery at low
prices at Miss Goldsmith.
The folio wincr new (.nana wora filnfl in
the circuit court during the week:
i. m. uross vs J. W. Scroggins;
0. P. Miller vs J. G. Pilsbury, et al;
foreclosure suit for $800.
Ada Smith vs Hernan Lee as guar
dian, et al; foreclosure suit for $450,
Martha Ringo vs W. H. H. and J. E.
Samson ; to recover $360.
F. M. Graham va Trona Hi-oliam on!t
for a divorce on the plea of desertion.
ine piaintitt and defendant were mar
ried at Portland on July 9th. 1890, and
the defendant deserted her husband on
September 7th, 1891, according to the
complaint of the plaintiff, and no cb.il.
dren or property interests are involved
Richard Nixon, receiver of the Port
land Savings Bank, has filed a suit to
recover $19,575 60 from Mrs. Sarah M.
McCown, being principal and interest
on a note for $12,500, date'd December
27th, 1892. This suit has been in the
courts before, and a decision affecting
it was rendered in the supreme court
Monday. The property involved is sit
uated in Multnomah county.
Additional suits filed are P. J. Rid
ings vs A. P. Laverty, to recover
money, and the following divorce cases :
Marguerite Montgomery vs Robert
Montgomery, Bessie Lavin vs Michael
Lavin and Viola Darnall vs M . B. Dar
pall. in I .
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Fine California wires tokay, port and
sherry by the quart or gallou. These
goods have been purchased by the barrel
and will be sold at an extremely low fig
ure. We have also choice brands of old
Kentucky whiskies, California brandies
and French biandies, put up especially
for family use the best and the cheap
est. Thk Bismarck, Oregon City.
Quality in Drugs
Has been our hobby. We have continually and ! 1
everlastingly been using every effort in our V,
power to so improve our service, that the first ;
thing our customers think of and admire when
referred to HUNTLEY'S DRUG STORE Is X
We would not sell anybody, or even allow J !
them on their own responsibility, to take from 0
our store, any drugs or medicines that we were
. not positive were pure.
Cut-Rate Druggist j
I headquarters for
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gon Kidney Tea,
z O z o m ul s i on ,
X Psychine and Cole-
The Graphophone drawing will
take place Saturday evening, Novem
ber 5th. Five numbers will be drawn
I and registered. The first one gets
the talking machine if called for with-
in two weeks. If not presented in
two weeks the second number gets it
and so on until called for. The lucky
number will be published after the
drawing in tnis pace.
November, 1st. Max.