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I gale Prices!
Which Means a Big
Reduction on all Goods i
Muslins of all grades and widths, bleaclied
and unbleaoticd, at clearance prioes.
Irish and Sootch linen, the best quality,
bleached and halt bleached, at clearance aale
X Heavy linen and cotton towels, all grades
sou size! uieaucD sniu pnuea.
Fine all-wool whit blankets, 10-4, 11 4, 12-4,
J at great clearance sale prioes l
Eace curtains by tho yard or pair, in white
and ecru, at clearance prices.
Ladles' Sne hosiery and underweai, in all
wool and cotton and wool, at clearance prices
Elegant assortment of separate skirls, in
black and navy, storm serge and mixed ef-
feoto, at clearance sale prices.
All wool and percale shirt waists, this seas
on's goods, at Clearance sale prices.
Ladies, now Is your time to lay in a supply of new
Seasonable Goods and no Shoddies at
Great Clearance Sale Prices.
McAllen & McDonnell
s Leading Dreu Goods House of the Northwest
.THIRD and MORRISON . . . PORTLAND, OR
LOCAL NEWS , ITEMS.
The Oodbwb-Hbkald leads. ;
J. W. Roots was up from Clackamas
Lookout for Hi. Henry's minstrels.
Hon. J. W. Whalley. of Portland,
was in Oregon City Tuesday
Allert Tuffts, of Oswego, was among
the Oregon City visitors Friday.
Miss Jennie Noble has completed her
term of school at Mark's Prarie.
E. B. Rameby, of Barlow, was in
town for a couple of days this week.
A. F. Parker has been very ill at his
home in Gladstone during the week.
Rev. E. Q. Phillips, of Ashland, Calif.',
filled the pulpit of the Baptist church
I ast Sunday.
Recorder and Mrs. Bruce C. Curry
returned Wednesday from a visit to Se
attle and Everett, on the Bound.
A daughter of John Darling is re
ported to be very ill with congestion of
the lungs at her home at Maple Lane.
Burglars broke into Noblitt's livery
stable and Story'B blacksmith shop early
in the week, but evidently, did not se
cure anything of value.
Miss Gertrude Nefzger has completed
her course of studies in the state normal
echoolat Monmouth, and is , now so
journingtit her home here.
Professor P. L. Coleman has rpsigned
ttia position as principal of the Molalla
school, and is to be succeeded by Miss
Florence Patty, a teacher in the Mulino
SWifF .1. J. Cooke celebrated his for
tieth birthday Tuesday. During all this
period he has been a continuous resi'
dent of Clackamas county, and is at
honored native son.
R. I.. Holman is having the room be
twn Straieht'a and Prior's stores in
thB flftiififild block, fitted no for under
taking parlors. His store, however,
will remain at its present location,
O. f!. Etehinson returned from
WVmaMand Monday morning, accom
panied by Miss Bertie Hull, who is now
taking a course oi treiuiuBnn an mo
Sanitarium under the direction of Dr.
Cataract Hose Company No. 3 lias
elected the following new officers:
President, Walter Little: vice presi
dent, Ad Diilman; secretary, G. B. Dim
ic It; treasurer, J. W. Loder; foreman,
William Shehan ;, assistant foreman,
Captain John O'Brien, formerly man
ager of the Portland Daily Sun, and for
a Jong, time president of Multnomah
Typographical Union in its palmiest
days, was in the city Tuesday on his
way home from Salem, where he hid
been working in the state printing of
fice for several months past.
A representative of the Oregon City
paper mills has been in this neighbnr
hood the past week contracting for balm
trees and sprouts. Arrangements are
being made for the purchase of all the
halm on both sides oi the river. It will
h flrifttprl down the river as soon a
prepared. The balm will be used for
making paper. Junction City Times.
A. 8. Dresser returned from a visit to
Salem Monday. -
Branton Vedder. or Woodburn. was
in town Saturday, ' . , ,
Miss Millie Grant, of Scappoose, is
visiting relatives cere.
Miss Minnie Wilson, of Yoncolla,
is visiting Mrs. timer E. Boyd .
H. Gans and J. 0. Haines, of Os
wego, were in the city Saturday.
Victor Dickey the Molalla school
teacher, was a visitor in Oregon City
Dr. C. E. Loomis, special land agent,
has been spending a week with family
The Portland flouring mills have'
again started up and are now running
on full time. -
Ex-Sheriff and Mrs. G W. Grace
spent several days last week visiting
week visiting mends at Uiarkes.
George Broughton is home from a
tour of inspection of the timber re
sources of the Nehalem country.
S. A. D. Hungate came in from Mo
lalla Monday to attend a meeting of
McLoughlin Cabin No. 4, Native Sons
of Oregon. ' .
A. E. Tamieee, who has been at Sa
lem for Eeveral months past, hns re
sumed his old place as prescription
clerk in Huntley's drug s,tore.
Solar Circle of Woodcraft will hold a
special session next Tuesday evening to
which all Woodmen of the World are
invited. All are requested to bring
lunch baskets. ,
During the week the following fore
closure suits were filed in the circuit
court : Sarah Staver va Schuyler Rue,
et al, for $1291 15 ! Richard Nixon, re
ceiver of the Portland Savings Bank vs
E. W . Bingham, et al, for $2,000.
Hose Company No. 3 elected the fol
lowing new officers for the ensuing
year: Wheeler Church, president;
W. B. Zumwalt, spcretary; William
Green, treasurer; John Jones, foreman ;
Gus Zimmerman, 1st assistant foreman ;
A. Wickara, 2nd assistant foreman.
J. Wall, of Salmon river, was in town
Friday. He left five cayote scalps with
the county clerk, for whicn he re
ceived county warrants amounting to
$10. When the new law takes effect,
cayote bounties will be uniform in ev
ery county in the state, ana tne same
will be paid nut oi tne state treasury.
Fred Shaffer, aged 16, met with a se
rious accident at Linn's mill a few 'ays
ago, that resulted in breaking boih
bones in his right arm. His fingers
caught between a belt and iron roller
and the strain was so heavy before his
hand was loosened, thit both bones in
hi arm was fractured. Dr. Seamann
attended young Shaffer.
. Walter Faubian, aged about 22. son
of W. H. Faubian and wife, of Park
place, met with a fatal accident at the
Trowbridge place on the Sandy river
Friday afternoon. In company with
another young man he was out hunting
cayotes, and in some way stumbled over
a log causing his gun to discharge its
contents which passed upward through
his neck and head, causing almost in
stant death. The remains of. young
Faubian were buried at Sandy on Sunday.
Arthur Pressy left Monday for Dufur,
Eastern Oregon, where he will accept a
Miss Lena Goldsmith returned Mon
day morning from a visit to her parents
at Eugene. . ,
Hon! George Ogle was in -from Mo
lalla Monday, and reports that the fruit
crop was somewhat damaged.
Henry Yoder, of Barlow, aged 18, is
serving a 30-days semence in the county
ail lor the larceny of a pair ot specta
cles valued at $1.
Miss Grace Kiser and W . . F. Lewis,
both of (Jlackamas county, were mar
ried at the court house Monday, County
Judge Kyao officiating.
David Wilson, of Highland, was sent
to the insane asylum Sunday night.
He is unmarried and 72 years of age,
and was taken up by Sheriff Cooke.
George L. Story is having the room
in the Caufield building adjoining Sen
ator Brownelrs office, fitted up for a
law office. V. R. Hyde will have desk
room in the same office. '
Dr. R. A. Javne and family are now
occupying the McUonougn house on
tne blurt, recently vacated by Register
O. B. Moores. Dr. Jayne's mother haa
arrived from Dufur and joined the lam'
Henry Hewitt, a prominent sawmill
man of Tacoma, and Jhn Strange, a
capitalist of Menasha, Wisconsin, were
visiting James Roake and A. W. France
during the week. They were neighbors
in the East. '
During the week Mrs. James Heck
art received a letter from her husband
at Dawson City, which was just 30 days
on the road. The letter stated that the
Clackamas county contingent were in
good health and in' fairly good spirits.
. A. E. Wait, of Oanby, was a vis
itor in the city Saturday. He states
that there are 15 acres of prunes on the
Wait place, but a the trees are pro
tec ted on the north side, it is not be
lieved that they are damaged to any ap
Ex-Councilman H. E. Harris visited
his faiher. W M, Harris, at Aurora
last Sunday. The latter is in very poor
health, and a telephone message Wed
nesdav brought the news that bis con'
dition was not improved. Mr. Harris
is 72 years old and a pioneer of 1851.
Dunlap tires are not cemented to the
rim. Can be removed from the wheel
and replaced in an instant without any
tools but vour hands. Highest priced
and best tire on the market, and is
never found on any but highest grade
wheels. All Oresent bicycles price
$3o are equipped with Dunlap tires
Charles V. Galloway, of the state unl
vemty at Eugone,' spent Saturday and
Sunday at his home at Parkplace. He
was one of the victors in the university
of Oregon debuting team that defeated
the Pacific universi'y learn in a debat
at Forest Grove Friday night on colo'
nial expansion. Mr. Galloway carries a
Have vou attended Krausse Bros. 20-
day shoe sale?
J. G. Koehler, of Canby, was in
Mr. and Mrs. V. Harris have re
moved to thePutrow house.
Mrs. Noble Heath, of La Cwnas, is
visiting friends here during the week.
Mrs.Farmer.one of the old well known
residents of the West Bide, is very ill.
Miss Lizzie Vegelius returned Wed
nesday evening from a week's visit with
friends at Oanby.
Mrs. E. E. Eastman and H, H.
Eastman, of New Era. were visitors in
the city Wednesday.
Mrs. Robert Cox and daughter Mar.
garet, of Efaula, Wash., are visiting
Mrs. Helen Montour. ,
The Guaranty Savings & Loan Associ-
aiion has tiled a suit in the circuit court
against Robert E. Metcalf, et al.
Miss Grace Marshall, of Portland, and
Miss Susie Reed, of Needy, were visit
ing Mrs T. F. Ryan, during the week.
Miss Ruth Cowing accompanied Mrs.
Nobe Heath to La Camas, where she
will be the latter's guest for eeveral
For the face, hands, skin and com
plexion, nothing equals almond cream
We sell the usual 60c size for 25c at
Huntley's drug store.
County Superintendent H. S. Strange
is gradually improving from the effects
of hit rheumatic complications, and has
discharged his nurse.
Pioneer Chapter No. 28. 0. E. 8.,
celebrated its fifth anniversary Tuesday
night. Abont 3u visitors were present
from Portland, and a banquet was
On Wednesday Sheriff Cooke ap
pointed E. H. Cowing bicycle tax-collector
for Clackamas county, in ac
cordance with the provisions of . the
Mrs.D. P. Thompson and Mrs. Judge
Moore, accompanied by members of
their families, of Portland, attended
the funeral of little Cornelia Rinearson
Cornelia, the little daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. G. 0, Rinearson, died Tues
day of la grippe. She was about four
and a half years old, and had been ill
tor several days .
Rev. E. S. Bollinger, accompanied by
his family, has arrived from Astorii,
and assumed l he pastorate of the Coiv
gregational church. He will occupy the
pulpit next Sunday.
State Secretary Dummitt, of the Y.
M. 0. A., will give a free lecture in
Pope's hall next Tuesday evening on
association buildings and the scenery
of Switzerland and this country.
The body of N. P. Hanson, the Mar-
quam Bawmill man, who was drowned
in Butte creek. January listn, wnue
i Mover Clothing Company f
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medal won in the inter-collegiate ora- driving logs, was recovered Wednesday
a conpie ot years floating in the river by the sine oi some
logs about four miles below the scene oi
the accident. The body was in a good
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eiaitt oi yrcfervaiiuu, jiio mucin
curred yesterday. i
torical contest, held
A very pleasant surprise party
Largest Stock of
r. and Mrs. Steven nutctun
son at their home near Highland Sun
day. The occasion was in honor of the
33rd birthday of Mrs. Hutcheson. A
splendid dinner was served. The after
noon was pleasantly spent with music,
singing and conveisation. Those pres
ent were Mr. and Mrs. A. Harrington,
Mr. and Mrs J. Heft, Mr. and Mis. I1
Moehnke, Mr. and Mrs W. Beeson, Mr
and Mrs. S I mel, Mr. and Mrs. J. Bee-
son and Mrs James Heckart
Miss Myrtle L. Roots, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Roots, was married
Sunday to Tony 0. Foster, of Clacka
mas on Sunday, February 2fth The
ceremony took place at the Root's city
home at 672 Jefferson street, Portland.
The officiating clergyman was Rev. D.
B. Gray, of the Congregational church.
The bride is a daughter of one of Clack
amas county's prominent families, and
the groom is a ' respected citizen of
Clackamas, and a nephew of Sheriff
Cooke Mr and Mrs. Foster are mak
ing their home at Clackamas.
Richard Scott, of MiUankie, who
was appointed the third commissioner
of Clackamas county by'Governor Geer,
in , accordance with the act providing
(or a separate boa id of commissioners
filed his oath of office Monday. Com'
missioners Marks and Morton being in
the city, the first meeting of the new
board was held to consider some spec
ial matters. A levy of $1 25 was made
on each bicycle in the county, lo be col
lected by a deputy appointed bv the
sheriff. The board also examined the
improvements on the wagon bridge
across the Clackamas, and ordered that
a warrant be drawn in favor of the con
tractor, J. C. McCoy.
W.T. Latourette, a resident of Ore
gon frr the pasl 18 yearn, died at the
home of his sister, Mrs. Henrietta Nor
rig. at the corner of Monroe and lath
streets, last Friday morning. He came
rlnwn frnm Knlum ft fftW Wfiplf ftfffl in
poor health, and never recovered from Men' g oz. Bib Overalls, sale price.. . .
his illness, ine aeceasea was a private
The ladies of the Baptist church held
a missionary meeting at the home of
Mrs. B. S. Bellomy at ulaastone fii-
day night. Rev. Clark, of Portland, de
livered an address, and refreshments
A laxative for children should be
pleasant to take and should act prompt
ly without pain or any unpleasant ef
fects. Syrup Coscora Is the ideal laxa
tive for children. . Sold only by 0. G.
Huntley, cut-rate druggist. Price 25c.
The Congregational Y. P. S. 0. E.
held their monthly busmen meeting at
the home of Professor and Mrs. J. W.
Gray, Tuesday evening. After the reg
ular routine business the members
were agieeably entertained in a social
way by Miss Ella Smith.
Arthur Clift, who has completed his
contract of pulling 2(1,01)0 young cotton
wood trees up the uoiuraoia tor tne
Willamette Pulp S Paper Company,
was in ton Monday, we greater por
tion of the trees will be planted on 411
acres of river bottom land near Barlow
Caleb Cross will superintend the work
of setting out the young trees. As the
balm or Cottonwood, grows much more
rapidly than any other Oregon timber,
it be but a fW years before the young
saplings will have trunks large enough
to be manufactured into white paper.
For nervous, tired, overworked peo
ple nothing gives such restful sleep and
tones the whole nervous system like
Celery Kola. For sale only by C. G,
Huntley cut-rate druggist. Price boo
for $1 size bottle.
Tom Brown, the manager of the steel-
head salmon hatchery, went to Salmon
river Wednesday to get everything in
readiness for the cpring catch. He is
making preparations for a big catch of
salmon eggs this season, as they have
opportunity to profit by the experience
of last year. ,
Lee M. Travis, of Eugene, a private in
Company U at Ma ula, who is home on
a turloun,'wiu give a lecture on ins
Philippines at Weinhard, hall tonight
under the auspices of Meade Relief
OorpR Auxiliary. Mr. Travis is a grad
uate of the state university, and is noted
for his oratorical qualifications.
At Marquam. February 22nd, at the
home of Justice oi the Peace 0. D. Eby,
Mias Minnie J. Commer wa9 married to
W. A Ousterhoudt. The bride is the
daughter of J. H. Commer, a well
known farmer of Meadowbrook, and
the groom is a resident of Marion
county, haying a large farm just across iff!
Butte creek, where they will residP-
They are receiving the congratulate"
of many friends.
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Still offers Values of Unques'
In Clackamas County.
Complete lines c
Clothing, Boots, Sh
we sell . rrti
On Easy Payments !0n Easy Payments
BURMEISTER &. ANDRESEN
The Oregon City Jewelers
in the late civil war, having served five
years. . For eeveral years he was a mem
ber of the police force at Salem, and la'
ter a guard at the peniientiary. 1 he
deceased was a native of Michigan,
about 50 years old, and leaves a wife and
two children. The body of the de
ceased was taken to Salem for burial
Saturday. He was carefully looked af
ter during his last illness by the mem
bers of Meade Post, G. A. R.
Julius Priester, who was appointed
aide de-camp of the Union Veterans
Union, with the rank of colonel on the
staff of the commander in-chief at
Washington, is empowered with the
duties of mustering officer. Colonel
Priester has secured 40 charter mem
bers for the new camp, and there are
already alont. a dozen new applications
for membership. The camp will per
fect its organization in a few days by
electing officers, etc. This veteran's
union, it is claimed, will not interfere
with the work of the Grand Army, but
on the contrary, will strengthen it as an
organization. No one, however, who
Chain WheelS, $25 tO $50 7; " ftive service during the war
v nvw w w 0j ti,e reiiellion, or whose name is not
Pliainioco tKfl t7R enrolled in the archives at Washington
LIldlQlcsS 3U 10 0 .Rn ft noldier. can become a member.
This is the first co nmand to be organ
ized in Oregon, and its title will be
Lawton Oommand No. 1. However, it
looks little hard to disqualify sol
dier for membership because his com
pany was not ordered to the front in
time oi war, when at the same time he
was anxious to be in the strife.
Men's Double Breasted Blue Flannel Shirts
Prices for 1899
Men's Percale Dress Shirts, sale price.
Men's Celluloid CulTs, sale price
Men's Celluloid Collars, nale price-
Men's Linen Collars, best quality, ife price
Men's Dress Shoes, sale price. . . :
Men's Working Shoes, sale price. . ......
Men's Suits, all wool, sale prtee. . ........ 5
Men's Cassimere Suits, all wool, sale price. 8 00
Men's Navy Blue Cheviot Suits, ajt wool,
sale price 8
Men' Gray Cassimere Suits, all wool,; Ore
gon goods, former price $i3-5 now.. 9
Men's Satinet Suits, sale price. .2
Boys' Suits', long pants, size 14 to 19 years,
, saleprice, $2.25, $3.50, $4.25 and.... 5 50
Ladies' Sto r
Men's 50c d
Fast Black S
Men's Tan S(
The public is urgently in
the aboye stock of goods, n
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