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About Oregon City courier=herald. (Oregon City, Or.) 1898-1902 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 18, 1898)
S9fS ESTABLISHED MAY, 1883
ttfL?.ikR ESTABLISHED JULY. 1893
CONSOLIDATED SEPTEMBER, 189 B
OREGON CI1 OREGON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1898.
VOL NO. 97
An Inviting Place....
To 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
MEN'S BUSINESS SUITS
Men's Business Suits
Pine, close-woven worsteds and woolen
cassluieres of latest Dopular designs; alio
blues and blacks, made in Bame way as
above-mentioned, but of finer fabrics ... ,
MEN'S OVERCOATS, 110 TO HO
Largest Clothier In the Northwest
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 fr not a
slight one, but wo, in guaranteeing to
suit you, will run the risk of failure, be
ing confident of success.
Fresh Stock of
Depot for HAT and FEED
Also Foil line ol Mill Feed, Lime, Cement ul Land Plaster,
Single and double-breasted
finished worsted fancy brown and gray Ain w r
eheyiots, blues and blacks; made of trusU I ,1 II
worthy fabrics and guaranteed
SUIIH III &IUUULII-
First and Morrison, Portland, Or.
Since buying his Groceries
of MASS $ MUIR, after
having traded for some time
at other stores. No stale or
inferior goods kept.
THE SWEET THINGS
for household use are amongst the
articles from our stock of Groceries
which are in constant demand. Their
richness, fine flavor and other excellent
qualities have made them prime favorites
with every housekeeper.
We also have sweet things in the
Sastry line made fresh evtry day in our
akery besides the best bread in the city.
HEINZ & CO.,
Bakers and Orocera
Opposite Postoffice, - Oregon City
OF LOW PRICES
Willamette Block, Oregon City
PATENT FLOUR is made entirely
from old wheat and when use it you do
not run the risk of having poor bread as
you do if you buy flour made by Tom,
Dick and Harry of all kinds of wheat
BY ALL GROCERS
The people in this vacinity are taking
advantage of the Fplended weather that
we are permitted to enjoy in getting
their fall work done. So much have
they given their work that not anything
of interest has transpired of late.
The church meetings fail to mature
and the lodges are very slimly attended ;
no doubt they soon will survive.
flenrv Hillery is building an addition
to his residence.
F. M. Osborne and wife were Seen on
their way to Oregon City last Monday,
J. 0. Elliott was doing business at the
courthouse last Monday,
The Dunkard church structure needs
some one to take bold and finish it up
as it would be of good use to the public
F. H, Feather is having a large and
elegant woodshed built.
Nov 15th X
The surprise Miss Laura Johrjson
gave us was something unusual, but we
can't say, Laura is no Moore.
Our Woman's Christian Temperance
Union met at Mrs. Prettyman'g. Her
parlor was decorated with her Deautnui
flowers; eight were preeent, and one of
the happiest unions one eyer attended,
and we are all looking forward, not back.
Among the old people here one will
find many who walk and act younger
than those in their teens : Mr. and Mrs.
Humphrey, Mr. and Mrs. Rodman. Mr.
and Mrs. Curry, James Boots, Mrs. M.
C. Clark, Mrs. Bailey. Mrs.Talbert, Mr.
Sarah Clarke, Mr. Goodridge. Two
have left, Grandpa Runyon and Mr.
Morris, and one passed from this life to
the life beyond, and her funeral was
November 6th at the M. . church.
Mrs. Goodridge leaves a husband and
three children, Mrs. Daniel Talbert,
George and Fred Goodridge. The latter
works at Olds & Kings, which firm sent
the finest piece of floral decoiation we
ever had here. There were many other
decorations for the grave from mends.
Rev. Hawley preached the funeral
November 14th there arrived a new
daughter at Lawyer Webster's home.
She came to shorten these long winter
Nov. 15th Rose Hill.
Miss Lorena Ramsby was the quest of
Miss Vina Morey Sunday.
Miss Blanche Dyer spent Saturday
and Sunday with friends at , Teasel
Creek. " - '"" "' 1
Dave Baker and H. McNulty spent
several days in Oregon City last week.
Elmer Maville and Gottlelb Kinzle
were bunting in the mountains a few
days, but luck seemed to be against
them this time.
Silas Wright is putting up a large
woodhouse. Doesn't look as if we will
have any rain this winter tomaknwocd
houses a necessity. .
There was a party at Wm. Morey's
place last Saturday evening. There
were about 30 young folks present, and
all report having spent a most delight
There was no Sunday school last Sun
because of a locked door and absent key.
There 111 be preaching in the school
house next Sunday at 3 o'clock.
Where is the man who kept tab on the
number of farm mortgages' that were
cancelled? Is the man who proves that
farm mortgages are an evideuce of pros
perity to have his innings again?
Nov. 15th Ex.
Beaver Oreek is to have a motor (?)
The line has been surveyed and the
Adam Herman, who has been in East
ern Oregon for come months past, came
home last week. -
Dr. Thomss received word that his
father was dangerously ill, and started
for 'Pennsylvania at once.
Thna rtoniola la Knillinc. a laprra Ka.n
The young folks dedicated it with a party
last r naay nrgni. iney an seemed to
The literary is again in runningorder.
The question for next Tuesday evening
is; "Resolved, That the U. 8. Should
Extend her Territory."
"Dr. James who met with an accident
recently, is able to be around.
Nov. 12 I X L
Mr. Searle has his dwelling completed
and moved into it this week. Mr. Baker,
the contractor, completed the work in
Mr. Bradley is also erecting a dwelling
on property recently purchased of W. A.
John Turney and family, of Omaha,
htve been visiting the former's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Turney, of Stringtown.
They are residing on the West Bide, and
expect to make Oregon their future
Miss Louise Follensbee, of West Side,
is visiting friends at Canemah a few days
Nov. lb Progress
Tlw. Pulse of Aew York.
The Pulse of New York with its twelve
star specialties and a splendid cast,
headed by Miss Emyline Barr will be
the attraction at Sbively'i opera house
on Friday evening. The piece is in
three acts and mav be described a re
volving review of daily life in a big city,
illustrating the dark and sunny sides
as it actually occurs. Among the special
vaudeville features may be mentioned
the wonderful Lamb children, infant
soubrettes. Tickets on sale at postoffice
A Mason A, Hamlin chapel organ at
the Oregon City Auction House. .
H. Perry and Mr. Woodside are haul
ing lumber to complete the sidewalk in
South Mulino. We hope the people in
north Mulino will take a hint.
Mulino literary and spelling school
was called to order last Friday night by
Mrs. 0. T. Howard. The following
officers were elected for the ensuing
year: Miss Patty, president; W. L.
Mulvey, vice-president: Miss Mulvey,
secretary ; B. A. Howard, treasurer. The
society is to meet at 7 ;30 Saturday
Saturday Molalla srranee celebrated its
25th anniversary. A sulendid dinner
was served by the ladies of the srranee.
Many guests were invited to share the
least, after which an excellent program
Quite a number of vounz folks attend
ed a party at Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Morey's
Nov. 14th Pansy.
The Logan literary and debating so
ciety met at the grange hall last Satur-1
day evening. A. W. Kirchem was re
elected president ; Fred Riebhoff, vice
president; Mrs. Matilda Frakes, treas
urer, and J. C. Sprague, sergeant-at-arms.
Marsh Frakes has rented the Shuttle
farm for the coming year.
F. Mosier has returned home from the
hospital in OreuonCitv greatly improved
Walter Shumwav is slowly imDrovimt
T. P. McCubbin is mending a few
days in the mountains near Roaring
Fred Brown has returned home fiom
Eastern Oregon, where he has been
Miss Wrigley, late from Illinois, is
teaching the Tracy school.
The lower Logan school is progressing
nicely with an enrollment of forty -opt
pupils, . ;
Mr, Pichard and sons expect to depart
for Eugene In the near future,
i Harding grange will give a public en
tertainment Saturday afternoon, Decem
Eugene Arthur and Bert Carless have
taken a contract to dig a well on the
premises of the lower Logan school.
Frank Wilson, has material on the
ground for a new barn. Frank is one
of Logan's enterprising young farmers.
, Considerable fall grain has been sown
bVvethie season; ' ' '
The general health of the community
is very poor.
November 14th. ABC
I have abundance of money to loan at
8 and choice loans will be made at 7
Give me a call if wanting money.
Garfield is up with the times when it
comes to parties, dunce s and taffy pull
ings, and the young people are wide
awake and ready tor tun.
Mrs. Annie Krigbaum last Friday gave
a taffy pulling at her residence In honor
of her daughter, Leona, While the
taffy was hoiline, ,-pig in the parlow,"
"ekipjto loo, "and numerous other games
were played. The tarty pulling ended
with broken dishes and burnt fingers.
In all, the young people had a very de
lightful time, and at the wind-up they
danced awhile, and the boys went home
with the girls in the morning. There
were about 30 present.
Emanuel Krigbaum, J. P. Irvin, Wil
liam Oatfield and Nath Patterson are
having some surveying done bv Mr.
Smith, of Oregon City. He is stopping
with J. r. Irvm.
The hunters are still pouring into the
mountains. There are more hunters up
there now than game. John and Fred
Covey came out with a deer last Satur
day. If the fine weather continues a
while longer the mountaius will be lousy
The Eoworth League met last Satur
day evening with a very large attendance
At the close Mr. Smith, of Oregon City,
favored the crowd wtth a very interesting
address, lhe League is in a noursiang
Elbert Hurfus is away at present. He
is missed by the young people very much.
Fred and Elmer Davis have returned
home. They have been away all sum
mer herding sheep.
Miss Sadie Barnette was the guest of
Mrs. J. P. Irvm for a few days last week
Boys 1 where were you last Saturday
evening, that you were not at the
League? We heard there was some
ladies there that looked very lonely
when they started borne.
M iss Rena Palmateer is expected home
Phvlander Davis, from Clackamas
was visiting his brothers, William and
John Dayis, a lew day last ween.
There will be a debating and literary
society organized at the Garfield school
house Saturday evening, the lutli ot this
There was Quite a scrap in the Garfield
neighborhood one day last week between
an old gentleman and an old bach. The
old bach has quite a large prune orchard
The old genu' wife bad pick up prunes
to the amount of 30 cents, the bach re
fused to pav it and called the lady a liar
but the old man could not stand that
and he grabed a fence rail and the laot
seen of Ithe bach he was steping off
pretty lively down the lane toward his
Robert Miller, of Millovier, is expected
home in the near future. 1 Imagine!
bear some of the. girls hearts go, pit a
pat, now oyer bis return .
Nov. 15 . Roxn.
Go to A. C Walls, Oregon City,
for Pile and Catarrh Remedies.
Cure guaranteed or money refunded
Zipp, click, banc, hollo I Geortre. is
that you? That's me, Eli & Co.
Grandma Reynolds moved to New
Era last week to reside with her daugh
ter, Mrs. Wells, for the winter, there the
latter is teaching school.
Dan Graves was around last week trv.
ing to buy a fresh milk cow to feed his'
twin boys ; so it goes with married life.
Hans Spahr, from Needy, was on our
Second street last week looking for goats.
Me thinks it was a little HAbbot he was
looking for. ,
C. J. Moshberger and wife went to
Oregon City this week, while they left
their eldest son, William, at home to
take care of the "baby."
Mrs. Julia Eaton is workine for Mrs.
J. W. Smith.
Warren Baty, the Canbv economist.
was in our burg Sunday,
Otis Morris is working for D. R.
Dimick, the Canby liveryman.
Fred Johan was seen riding his
Adarondak colt down Main street. It is
the very picture of old Ad, and is doing
pretty well for a two-year-old .
John Barth and family and A. H.
Reynolds and family were visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Heinz last Sunday.
Casper Weismandel, wife and daugh
ter went to Oregon City this week. ,
Fred Johan and F. C. Klineer went to
Oregon City this week, Keep your ear
close to the ground.
Mrs. J. W. Smith is on the sick list.
Ona, the little 4-year-c!d son of F. C.
Klinger, while playing on the porch of
his grandpa's house. Sunday week, fell
off and broke his left arm. , H j did not
fall out of a tree as reported from
From your best girl,
Mo intain View.
Mrs. Walter Curran was Quite sick
last week, but is able to do her work
again. Dr. Parker was ber physician.
Mrs. Hollenbeck and her brother,
George Franklin, from Eastern Oregon,
were the guests of Mrs, Kingo a few days
Last' week, Wednesday, Grandma
Molloy had the misfortene to get her
left arm broken. She went out to her
home again yesterday.
John Gillett has the job of completing
the side walk between here and 7th St.,
and if the weather permits will lay it
P. D. Curran built a porch on the back
part ol ins house last week.
George Albright cut his foot last week,
and is confined to the house.
Last Saturday, .November 12, we had
our first frost in this vicinity for this
Misses Mollie and Nellie May, sf Port
land, were up here visiting with their
oiks last Thursday.
Mrs. Minnie Lindstrom and sinter,
We Talk More
Than any other Department of OUR Store.
It is because Prescription Business is our hobby. It
is the one thing WE have been trying to make more per
fect than another for the past eight years. How well we
have succeeded is shown in our record of nearly 65,000
Confidence in THIS department can not be gained in
a few weeks or months, but once gained it lasts as long as
honest integrity lasts.
I We think
WE have gained the confidence of our customers and
friends during these eight years, and now that it is gained,
we will try with fair treatment and honest prices to retain it.
We have never put in any Prescription "just as good," as
is sometimes done. If we do not have in stock just what
your Prescription calls for we tell you so frankly.
This is one of the important factors of your confidence
in our Prescription Department.
:C. G. Huntley,
Prescription Druggist I
Mr. Paul Roethe was the lucky holder of ticket No.
2291 and therefore is owner of tne Grapophone.
Miss Mary Manning, of Mulino, were
visiting friends here last week.
Aunt Patsey Parish, of Highland,
spent Monday evening, of this week,
with Mrs. Ringo.
Joseph Francis, of Tualatin, is spend
ing this week with his relatives at this
There will be preaching at the church
next Sunday at 2:30. Sunday school
after services. All are cordiullv invited
Nov. 16, . . Sauna.
A special school meeting was hold in
district No. 41 on the 12th inst. for the
purpose of electing a director to fill the
vacancy caused by Samuel Meyer mov
ing out of the district ; but eight voters
were present. F. T. Larson was elected
to fill the vacancy, which will expire at
the annual meeting of 1000. Some talk
was done concerning the making of a
cistern for school purposes but no
definite action taken.
Phil. Baker and daughter, Annie, took
a load of produce to Oswego Saturday,
for which they found a ready sale;
The Cuban-War entertainment comp
any (Stidham and Walwarth) gave a
very nice entertainment here in the hall
on the evening of the 8th inst. Their
views were principally of the late war,
and the rest was such helter-Bkelter non-
sense played through a horn as will
amuse the average crowd.
Geo. Bicble has returned from east of
the mountains, where he spent the Bum
mer and fall.
Carl Weissenborn made a business
trip to the metropolis Saturday.
Claus Peters, of Frog Pond, has moved
up here onto his father's farm to put in
the fall crop. His sister, Miss Dena,
accompanied him to keep house and
help entertain his company.
Miss Dora Athey is to be married to
one of Hazelia's swains on the 16th inst.
A ball will be given at the home of the
groom's parents in the evening.
Some people from Sheridan are spend
ing a few days with Mr. John Schatx.
, Nov. 15 O.K.
Whereas, The great Master above has
removed our worthy brother, John
Kruse, from his labors on earth to his
rest above and
Whereas, Brother Kruse has for many
years been thoroughly Identified with our
noble order and his hand was ever open
to assist a worthy patron and his heart
was in sympathy with all mankind and
bis Uoor always open to wayfaring
patrons, therfore be it T
Resolved, That this grange express
their sorrow at his death by spreading a
copy of this preamble and resolutions
on the minutes and send a copy to the
deceased and the chart be draped In
morning fr 30 days.
Tualatin Grange hall, Oct. 29, 1898.
T. L. Turner, .
H. E. Haykb,
, 0. P. Sharp, Committee.