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HERALD ESTABLISHED JULY, 1893
CONSOLIDATED SEPTEMBER, 189B
OREGON CITY, OREGON, FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1899.
16th YEAR, NO.
O TT IT
OF OREGON CITY
. CAPITAL f 100,000 " '
Transacts a General Banking Business
loans made. Bills discounted. Make col
lections. Buys and sells exchange on all poinls
In the United States and Kurope and on Hong
Kong. Deposits received mt'ject to check.
Bank open from 9 A Jfl.tol P, M.
D. C. LAlOURtn E, FEES J.MEYER,
C. D. & D. C. LATOURETTE
' ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Commerclul, Real Estate and Probate Law
Office In Commercial Bank Building
OREGON CITY .... OREGON
CLACKAMAS COUNTY NEWS
Furnished Bu Numerous Corres
pondents in the County.
Geo. C. BaowHiu
J. TJ. CampbbU
BROWNELL & CAMPBELL
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Oregon City, Ore
V. S. U'REN
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Jaggar Building, opposite Huntley's,
OREGON CITY - - OREGON
Miss Emma Wallace and Lottie Sager, together
ith R. Pullock oi Canemah. came on the hill
Sunday evening and called 'on Mr. Gillett and
Mrs. R. McFarlaud. who has been on the sick
st the Inst three months, spent Sunday with
r. and Mrs. Hull.
Mrs. Newman and children are sick this week
with the grip.
Mrs. Nichols and son of Highland spent Sundny
iglit with Mrs. Kingo.
Koy Ringo iB threatened with pneumonia.
Little Harold Swaflord Is on the sick list. Dr.
Strickland is the attending physician..
John Gillett came home Monday sick.
Allen Frost has been sick over a week.
Mr, Frost and Mr. Harrtngtbn both seem to be
taking the grip. -
F. M. Darling is sick this week and his whole
school is sick.
Miss Florence Grace colebraled her sixth birth-
ay lHSt Wednesday afternoon.
Clara Hiirlmr died Rnndav. January 221 . Tlio
funeral was preached at the house on Tuesday
nernoon by ner pastor, kcv, Mciiiguweij.
tin imllhpnrm-R we M isses Huttie KilltiO, Susie
Randall, Georgia Grace, hdith liehone, Martha
oler and Beruice Adums.
Harold Waldion is broke out with the rash
this week and unable to attend school.
P. D. Curran is building a picket fence around
his new house this week.
Mrs. Thompson is Quite sick and Ethel is home
from Portland on the sick list.
Tillie Henrlci. who works in Portland, Is at
home a few days this week with her mother.
January 25. Sauna.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OREGON CITY - - OREGON
Notary Public and Real Estate Broker
fJUDINB iNSTJBANCa AOEHCY OF CLACKAMAt
. Unnn In T nan Ahnl ranta nf Title Made
Drawing of Legal Doouments a Specialty
Office on east side or main street
Between 6th and 7th
M, C. STRICKLAND, M. D.
(Hospital and Private Experience.)
Offers his professional services to the people of
Oregon City and vicinity, special attention
paid to Catarr h and Chronio diseases.
Best of references given.
, . Oftlre m WHInim-Mii lluilillng.
' Office hours: 10 to U a. m., 4 to 6 p. m.
nM SGON CITY - - t OREGON
C. 8. Eeamann, M. D. J. W. Powell, M. B
POWELL & SEAMANN,
PHYSICIANS and SURGEONS,
All calls attended promptly.
UUice hours: 8 to 11 a m.:ltoop. m.
Nob. 9 and 10 Oharman Block. '
We see by the Courler-Hemm or
. r, utU" WATP 11 SHKU UV J 1
?2, fTh r 7u,i hv aonearing again,
Don't think we are ueaa.jor '
much alive, and do not know of any B"tlat
went home alone, but we think that some of
New Era's young men did.
Ed Spulak made a business trip to Portland
Mr. and Mrs. Newbury mado a flying trip to
Little Katie Fredrich, who was thought to i be
seriously Injured, is able to attend school this
A social dance was given in the Twilight Hall,
nearMt. Heasant, last Saturday, A vehicle was
seen in iking its way to New Era and soon qui ,e
a crowd of young people were on their way to the
dauce, where a pleasant '7'2T,
...... mw trm Btipnded. except a tew
who were seen sitting on the cattle guard a short
distance from town.
Fred Burgoyne went to Aurora last Satutday to
ftnd abnll. He returned Sunday evening and
said he bad a great time. ;
Mrs. F.Ppnhik made a fhing trip to Oregon
City the latter part of last week..
Mrs J. 0. Newbury has been quite ill the past
week, but we are glad to say is recovering, al
though slowly. ; .
Mr. Anthony's little daughter Mabel is quite 111
with sore throat.
Miss Cora Wickham is on the sick list.
Wn are irlad to -'Anonymous" is writing for the
paper, and we hope to hear from him aguln.
January 25. 'ahb
Welcome sunshine! It will soon be time for
people to hunt for the little basket of garden
Mr. and Mrs. Straits were np from Portlane last
Sunday, visiting relatives and friends.
Mr. Spulak was down to Portland last Saturday
Mr. Newhnrv Is uroinff to Portland Thursday to
purchase an organ ior me puono school
Mr. Mead was seen with uniform on Saturday
Bight going in the direction of Marlln.
Mr. Roger is verv busy lately hauling goods
with his new engine. The Bra foub.
DR. GEO. IIOEYE,
Office in Caufleld Building, Main Street
Bridge and Crown Work a Specialty.
All work warranted and satisfaction
I)R. J. H. MILLER,
Seventh Street, near S. P. Depot,
Pregon City, Oregon
DR. FRANCIS FREEMAN
Graduate of the Northwestern Univer
Bity Dental School, bIbo of American Col
lege of Dental Surgery, of Chicago.
WITH DR. WELCH.
Willamette Block - Opposite Poitoffice
Oregon City, Oregon.
C. N. GREENMAN
THE riONEER EXPRESSMAN AND
Parcels Delivered to All Parts of the City
OREGON CITY " " OREGON
BANK OF OREGON CITY ;
ILDEST BANKING HOUSE IS TEH CITY
SAID TJP CAPITAL, 150,000.00
Parhplace-G Utdstone .
On the Hth inst. Miss Katie Smith gave a sur-
inse party. to her brother rea. Alter dancing i
:ew hours deliciousjunch was pasBed around.
Mr. Cross and wife of Tillamook county are vis
iting the latter's sister, Miss Mabel litters.
Mr. Hull had a mishan the other day while
coining down the road over the bluff back of the
Parkptace scnool nouse. 1 lie norses went oui
of the road and as he unhitched them the wagon
went down over lire hill, doing much damage,
Henrv Kaohiena of Eastern Oreeon ia visiting
his sister, Mrs. Hiinmler. He is talking of going
to south America.
A nnrnhpr nf the nnnils cave a surprise to Prof,
J W. Grnv on;the 17th inst., the occasion being
the 35th anniversary of his birthday, il'he evening
was pleasantly spent in playing games.
Mr. Rmich, our Glad stone merchant, is making
mure room in his store ior a new supply of gimds.
left last Saturday lor (imnta Pass,
where his brothers are working. If he succeeds
ill getting work he will stnd for his family.
The Clackamas river has been booming the
past week the highest it has been this winter.
Water has been coining into Mots Lake from the
ilihiuctte. ' Manila.
January 2 J.
Mr. Rusk's funeral was held January 23d, at 11
o'clock. He wa an old pioneer oud the funeral
was largely attended. He leaves a wile and ten
children to mourn his loss.
How fart our woodmen are falling the trees!
Mr. Thiessen is having 200 cords of wood cut.
Mr. Fox lost a horse last wetk with blind stag
gers. The grip has a hold on many in this vicinity.
Daniel Talbert's family, Mr. Hodman and Mr-. P.
C. Humnhrcv are amolii! the sullcVers. The latter
came veiy noar having the ga'es eloied tor this
world, but she is still spared and ever so much
bettei , for which her many friends in Clackamas
county are so thankful, for she is everybod'
Our last meeting of the V. C. T. U. was very In
teresting. Twelve people responded, and we
were so glad to see a uumbr of new facee.
Mrs. J. C. Cook was not able to attend Sunday
school or church last Sunday She was much
missed, as she is never absent except on account
of sickness. 1 1
John Mohr, the man who had those twelve fut
hens caught after si tting his traps, lm caught
6 coons, 2 skunks. 2 cats, a mink, a labblt, a blue
jay and 1 mice in a sieel trap at once, and he is
no trapper, but thinks he w 111 be one.
Quite a number of pupils are absent from
school on account of illness, but r.o le are seri
ously siek. - Rose I1u.u
I am vrnr triad to report that the general health
of this place is very good at present.
Mrs. Johnston is still very 111.
Mrs. Frank Fosburg and son Roland are on the
sick list this week.
Mr. Rottenburg has quit working in the mills
and returned to farming.
Mr. Wheeler and family and Frank Clitz left
here i esterday for lone, Morrow county, where
they have taken up a nomesieau. vr e nu juiu m
wiBhing them success in their new home.
Mr. Glover of Walla Walla has been visiting at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Gallogly. ,
it la with rmrrpt that we learn that Mr. Stover
and family are going te move to Oregon City In
the near future. They own a house and lot there
which they will occupy ana rent tneir nome utn.
A great many people are sick with
colds and the grip in this community as
Mr. Critzer, who has been in Oregon
City, was Been on our streets to-uay
Miss Ida Woodside was a visitor at
Oregon City last Friday.
Frank Mulvey of Portland was visitini?
his parents Saturday and Sunday.
Dale Seaver and Fred Parker of Ore
gon City were the guests of Miss Patty
Saturday arid Sunday.
The lecture given by Mr. Sherwood of
Portland at the grange hall Saturday ev
ening was a verv pleasant one.
There willlie a new floor put in the
grange hall next week, where a dance
and oyBler supper will he given on the
14th of Fobiuury. F very body is invited
to attend. '
M, Mulvey was doing business in Ore
gon City last Monday.
Miss M. Mulvey was the guest of Miss
Elbe Ranch lust AVednesdav. X.
January 22. '
Died, Friday morninif, January 20th,
1899, Henry Klise, aged 77 years 6
months. The deceased was one of the
oldest and best known residents of this
part of the country, having settled here
nearly a half century ago. With his
family he crossed the plains in 1853,
and has been a resident of Clackamas
counly ever since. He leaves a widow,
two sons and four daughter, who, with
the deceased, are held In the highest
esteem by all who know them. The re
mains were intered into the Adarn's
cemetery Saturday nfternoon.
Mr. and Mis. Vm. Morev and daugh
ter, Vina, have been quite sick, but are
much better at present.
Wm. Fkein and lamily have also been
sick, but are getting aloug nicely,
George Mallatt is having a severe at'
tack of typhoid fever.
Mr. and Mrs. Skein, of Glad Tidings,
who have been visiting with their son,
Will, during the illness of his family,
returred home Sunday.
We Bee Ed. Young beaded toward
Mulino quite frequently of late, business
Frank Bruner bought ft new cow
There Is much road talk flying around
in this vicinity. Nearly everyone who
uses, the Oregon City road favors im
proving the old route ratner than at
tempting to make a new one.
Jan. 23rd. Ex.
Carpets and Matting.,.
YOU" CAN'T BUY them elsewhere
of as good quality or at as low prices as
you can of us.
Warranted All-Wool Caipot R0
peryard,..., , "Ml
Good Chinese Matting....... I'rtp
per yard .
The holiday rush left a numberVof
Carpet and Matting Kemnams which
w e w ill sell at a sacrifice.
Still it rains and still it blows.
There was a spelling school here last
Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Wright have mov
ed to the Milk Creek saw mill.
J. Gorbett and his son Andrew were
in Oregon City the first part of the week.
The party given at Mr Gorbett's last
Friday was well attended.
Victor Dickey of Molalla was visiting
menus Here last Saturday and Suuday.
Brenton Vedder was the guest of Mr,
and Mrs. P. E. Bonney last Sunday.
Some of the Coltanites attended the
spelling school at Elwood. last Thursday
Wm. Buckner was in this city last
Monday on business.
Ready made ilress sk'rta from $1.50
to $3.00 at the Racket Store.
A few cheap reliable watches at
Highest cash price paid for second
hand household goods at Bellomy &
Money to loan at 8 percent interest on
mortgages. Apply to O, D. & D. O,
And the prices are quoted so ridicu
lously low that it will pay you to call.
Celia Goldsmith. .
The Club tonsorial parlors, P. G.
Shark, proprietor, shaves for 10 cents.
A iuit line oi cigars anu louauoo is em.
Dan Willians has added to his stock of
groceries and provisions a full line of
Feed and hay. Goods delivered to all
parts of the city free. Corner seventh
and Center streets .
Ribbons, embroideries, laces and all
kinds of notions at the Racket Store.
Money to loan at 8 per cent interest on
mortgages. Apply to C, J. V, U.
I have abundance of money to loan at
8and choice loans will be made at 7-
Feathers, ornamenls, ribbons RBd
veilings, at a great reduction.. Miss
Todav. the road bottom registers
CHA. H. CkVTLim
Gko. A. Haediji
J. G. CAPfiiLD
A General Banking Business Transacted
Deposit! Received Subject to Check,
Approved Bills and Notes Discounted.
Connty and City Warrants Bought
Loans Made on Available Security
Exchange Bought and told.
Collections Made Promptly.
Draft! 8old Available In Any Part Of the
Telegraphic Exchange Sold oa Portland, Baa
Francisco. Chicago and New York.
Interest Paid on Time Deposit!.
Noblitt Livery and Sale Stable
OREGON CITY, OREGON,
Oatbe Street betwientbs Bridge andthi
Di,ubl and iinl rhri and saddle horses
ways on hand at the lowest rates, and aoorra
also connected with the bam ior loose noes
Any Information regarding any kind of itook
tromptiT attendee to oy utter or perrcn.
HORSES BOUGHT OR SOLD.
' Highland is milking desperate efforts to stay on
top, and would were it not for the deep mud.
Trw dance at T. B. Jones' Saturday night was a
grand success. Forty numbers were sold and half
as many more prestm uiuh i gci huuiucib.
nnr neighbor. C. Krohfi. who had his leg brok
en recently hv ahorse lulling on him, is around
again on crutches. Dr. Scunners set the bone.
Sick and dying horses are around again as or
yore, lilinu staggers wems iu ue uie uuuse.
A portion' of Fred Mink s laniny movea onio
the old Jake Jones place to-uay. i ney uava rent
ed for another year.
One of Albert Harrin ton's horses has died from
the eilicts of a broken kg.
G.R. Miller takes the lead in the breeding of
Dr.Rtrickland visited this neighDornooa pro
fessionally during tne past weca.
ti.o HiuM.iirt sohool ma'ams are returning
f,m "iruininir the vounir ideas how to shoot.
Souri Maylield and' Ivy Harrington have come
The Highland tchool teacher still sticks. Stay
with Hum, Farlie! Early il not late,
Ed Mclntyrc has taken a trip to California.
The Sundny Srhool Is progrnsing nicely, with
our highly esteemed frit n t, tharles liuuieriora,
J. W. Jones, our enter rising saw mill man, is
d oing a rushing bust! ess. COKBE:fottl:iiT.
The people of this neck of the woods aro pre
paring fur the defense of tills glorious country.
Four bovs were added to the population since
our last report one at the residence of Mr. and
M rs. John hlzel, one at me riwura ui n. ami
Mrs. H. A libutl, one ct the residence of Mr. and
Mra H. KLinmer.and one at the residence of Jir.
and Mrs. O. H. Wright.
Mr. Kranberger and hi! eldest son Fram were
duly installed lst Hinday as trusters of Ihe Ger
man Lutheian chinch for the ensuing year. .
Mr.Cortler has left for Butteville, where he is
engaged in moving building,. Billy is a hustler
wherever he goes.
Miss Emma Kister has gone to Butteville to
visit her sister Kate, who was home visiting her
f o: ks few day! last week.
We want to make few remarks regarding an
Item inlast week'! issue, signed by J. H. Daly.
In the first place wa don't like to choose the
columns of the Courier-Herald as a target, be-
ii v,rf. tmih thH laoer and the people in
general. If we made a mistake In the limits of
our road district, we did not do it on purpose,
and we guarantee that we didn't aiiss il over one
quarter of a mile. '
A good manv people in this vicinity are i Irk
some with the grip and wme with typho'd
degrees below zero.
Fred Howard, who has been in the
Oregon insane asylem for about two
moiillis.was released last week as cured.
He is now at his father's on Canby
prairie. We hear that Fred does not
expect to return to Meadowbrook.
Supervisor John Denison has put in a
new brKlge acicrss Woodcock creek half
mile west of this postoflice.1
F. M. Naught's son from Et8t Wash
ington is visiting his father and sister of
D. Robeson has had the misfortune to
loose two cows and a fine cow this
Mrs. Wm. Edgecomb, who has been
sick foi three weeks, is slowly convales
cing. Trent Hali is doitig some repair work
on Mn n on & Tinnerstett's saw mill this
Dink" Force has sold all his cattle
and gone to Molalla to oversee his
brother George's farm, '
Several of our devotees of the goddess
terpsichore attended the social dance at
P. E. Bonney'a, of Colton last night.
A correspondent, who is running a big
sheep ranch near John Day town, Grant
county, writes under dale of Jan. 12th :
"There are several sheepmen over on
the middle fork of the John Day wilh
large bands of sheep and no feed and
none to get. They justtru8ted to luck !
I don't know what they will do snow
is six inches deep,"
January 22d. Jimmkv, Sek?
Another week has slipped away. Have
you uone an iiuug wormy o; noter ii
so, out with it.
Hoot owls are making these moonlight
nights hideous with their buss voices.
Awl to add to the chorus, the" fr igs
Wmed- in with -thwir first lay of the
season on the l'Jtti inst.
A mink killed eighteen of tho Widow
Schiewe's chickens last Friday night.
It is reported that John Wag'ey one
day last week suffered the loss of both
eyes, caused by a piece of stetd hitting
one while splitting wood wilh sled.o
Paul Reichle is grubbing around fir
trees gelting ready for a heavy wind to
blow them over.
John Schatz, Jr., is on the sick list.
Also, Philip Baker.
Mr. Weddle is putting a new fence
around his barn.
Henry Schatzis moving rail fence.
John Gage is putting out some fruit
An A. O. U. VV, lodge is to be organ
ized here next Saturday night. Young
men, now's your chance! Remember
the 28th. The hall has been fitted fur
lodge purposes. New furniture and a
coat of paint have been added.
A. Pete'8 has purchased the John
Schiewe outfit of hlacksmithing tools.
It is reported that tfam Moser is ne
gotiating (or the Schiewe engine The
consideration is said to be $030.
Gerhaidt Pelize.has moved the stump
machine of Schiewe & Meyer up o"n the
The apron to the Shipley bridge has
been repaired( I)
Fred Schatz smiles again. Aha! An
other baby. , X'.
January 22. f
I have abundance of money to loan at
8 and choice loans will be made at 7
VJ. 11. JJVB.
When in Portland be sure and call at
the Royal restaurant where you can got
the best 15c meal in the city. ToA Mrst
street, corner of Madison, Wm.
Younger, who has had a life-long ex
perience, will clean your watch for a
The greatest trimmed hat proposition
ever offered here or anywhere at Alias
Goldsmith's., ... . ,, ... .
K fine Steinway piano 'ior sale, long
time given, at Oregon Xity Auction
For Ihe 'next thirty davs we will sell
all trimmed and untriinmed hats at a
great reduction. Miss Goldsmith.
For Rent A house, barn and eight
lots in Vsrkplace for $4 per month. In
quire at John Everhart's merchandise
store at Ely, Oregon.
The largest assortment of millinpry
and lower prices than any house in Ore
gon. Miss Goldsmith.
A new line of Walker's sailor caps and
veilings just in. Miss Goldsmith. ,
This item will appear lor one month
to continuously remind that the United
Modem Vigilantes, recently orcanized
here, is as its name indicates, vigilent
for the best inlerest ol its members, It
has the most equitable plan known,
For first-class handmade or machine
made harness go to F, H, Oross on
Seventh street, opposite A O U W hall,
Prices reasonable and wk guaranteed t
If you have anything to sell advertise
Shoe repairing of all kinds at F, H,
Cross' harness shop, opposite AO U
W building on the hill,
Weekly Oregoniau and CpuRiKR
Hkrald for $2 per year.
For Rent The large 8 room, modern
constructed house, lately occupied by ,
Rev. M. L. Rugg, for rent.
H. E. Gross, Agent.
45 cents round trip from OregorOity
to Portland and return via Southern
Pacific; trains. One way rate 25 cents.
Tickets now on sale at railroad dopot.
Trains leave Oregon City at 8:40 a. m.,
and 3:35 p. m., and arrives from Port-
land at v:2oa. m. anu o;ua p. m.
time by using the quicker route.
Wanted 100 watches to repair at $1
each, at O. A. Nash's, Postotliee build
Don't Pay the
25 per Ct. Advance
The school directors decided to have
school two wetks longer after this term
ends. School will be out the 24'.h of
February, The clerk was instructed to
buy a new dictionary. They posp ined
hiring teachers for the spring term un
till after the school meeting.
V tn. Guentheris getting out rock for
a new rock cellar.
P. Lindnu will leave for Seaside this
week, where be expects to stay for the
C. Hornshuli almost had his feg brok
en by a buck sheep butting him on the
knee. He was laid up for about two
Mr. Bluhra exchanged bis chopper for
a larger one. tanner can now get
their grain chopped while they wait.
Wm. Moehnke left lor Newburg,
where he expects to stay tor some time,
Oscar Guenther is home from Port'
land on a visit.
Miss Ida Guenther and Miss Lena
Gro'imiller are home on a visit.
Some people would not care if ome
other people would mind their own
business and not be asnaki in the grass
where someone must use a club and
beat the grass untill he finally will kit!
January 23rd. 99
1 Y, Vorll ana Couricr-Herall $1.85
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVF.N THAT I HAVE
been appointed executor of tho Inst will and
. . . ....... . In... U..1,... At.aatitA
testament oi me esinie in naiiw uixi,",, wi;tn..,
by the honorable county court of Clackamas
County, urcgOll. All in--roim iinvnift viikhi.
gainst said estate are hereby notified to present
inesanie w 11m iui ,jnim. ij .......w ...
Clackamas county, Oregon, with proper vouchors,
Executor of the last will and testament of Jane
Hated this 2"lh day of January, ISM.
irKP-I-and Titles and Land
OllicB Business a Specialty.
HO BERT A. MILLER,
, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Will practice in all the Courts of the Plate and
the llureaiis or ine interior imparimuutat n.
ingtou. Room 8, chabmax tiuiuim,,
B OREGON CITY, OREGON.
Ladies, new lot of wrappers, beautiful
ly trimmed, full measure, at the Racket,
Don't make muslin undorwenr, when
you can uuy at very low pi li es, at tne
An ofllcer of the Clackamas County
Humane Society handed in' thn folio- ,
Jng: Last week some cruel person poi
Boned a dog belonging to the Chinese
tailor. Tho matter is being investi
gated by the humane society, and any
information in regard to the same will
bo thankfully received. Tho cowardly
act of torturing a do' with poison is a
crime that should not be encouraged in
any civilized community.
On Rubber Goods, Hot Water Bottles,
Syringes, Etc., until you are obliged to
We have on hand a big stock of these
goods, and the price will not advance while
they last. Rulb Syringes, 50c to $2.00.
Fountain Syringes, 75c to $2.50. Hot
Water Bottles, 75c to $2.00. Fancy
Flannel Hot Water Bottle Cover, 25 cents.
Opp.Charman's Store, OREGON CITY
Special Attention Given to all kinds of
W. II. YOUNG'S
Livery & Feed Stable
Has the best-looking rigs
and cheapest rates in the
Cor. Main and 4th St.
OREGON' CITY. OREGON
Ozomulsion $1 00
I'sycliine 3 OO.
Scott's Emulsion I 00
Kilmer's Swamp Root I 00
Gilmore's Magnetic Elixir. I 00
" " ' , 50
Wisdom's Robertine 5
Kidney and Liver Cure.. . '. I 00
Vino Kolofra. I OO
Electric Cough Cure '. .' 5
Electric Bitters 5
Red Cross Cough Cure 1 00
Red Seal Sarsaparilla I OO
DeWitt'sSarsap'arilla.... 1 00
Beggs' Sarsaparilla . ; '. I OO
Dr. Ward's Blood Tills 50
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills 50
Groves' Chill Tonic 5
Beggs' Cough Cure. 1 5
Red Seal Cough Cure 50
Dr. Baker's Celery and Kolo Comp'Sund 1 00
Aycr's Hair Vigor I 00
Ayer's Sarsapailla I 00
C. G. HUNOT
CUT RATE DRUGGIST
Send us your mall orders. Oregon City, Oregon
3TWe pay postage on small mailable articles.