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OREGON CITY COURIER-HERALD, FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1899.
And Separate Skirts
We have pinned on sale an elegant collection of tailor-made
suits and tailor-made separate skirts in an endless variety of
colorB, and every garment guaranteed a perfect fit.
We Sell the Suits Close
We don't aek yo:i an enormous profit on our goods. Examine
closely and compare our prices with prices aBked by our com
petitors for cituilar goods, and you'll be convinced we give better
values and better goods than any dry goods house in the city.-.
t See Our New Lines
X of 45, 50, 65, 75, 8ic and $1 yard colored dress goods the best
lineB of spring dress goods ever placed on sale for the money on
, " , the American continent.
i ' See our celebrated lines of black silk crepons, which are superior
to anp black lines ever shown in the city.
i McAllen & McDonnell
Leading Dress Goods House or the Northwest
Z THIRD and MORRISON - PORTLAND, OREGON X
1 LOCAL AND PERSONAL
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS.
C. G. Tull, of Barlow, i? visiting Ralph
Henry Miley, the Wihonviile mer
chant, was here Monday.
Florian Ott, a prominent farmer of
Snnnyside, was in town Tuesday.
Mies Pearl Hirnler, of Parkplace, was
visiting friends at Oswego during the
Ex-County Judge John W. Meldrum
is recovering from the effect of his re
cent lameness. , '
Mrs. J.J. Mulvey and eon, of Port
land, was visiting her sister, Mrs.
Charles Athey, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Fuchs, of the
Portland S P. car shops, were visiting
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Fouts, Sunday.
Charles Meserve, who has been in the
vicinity of Willapa bay for his health
during the past winter, is now in Port
land. Mrs. J. G. Bonnett and Postmaster
and Mrs. 0. Wissinger, of Milwaukie,
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Char
Henry Pusey brought home some
fine gold nuggets from the Klondike,
and had one made into a stickpin for his
sitter, Mrs. W. P. Hawley.
Paul Hemmclgarn has moved his fam
ily into the Wilkinson house, opposite
Brrutrhton's eawmill, and will go to
Pendleton, to look for a location.
Miss Florence Morey and Mrs. W. E.
Thomas participated in the program for
the benefit of the old ladies' hom, given
at the Hoba't-Curtis, Portland, Monday
Faul Hussock, recently of Roseburg,
has arrived with his family, and as
tu.ned the management of the Depot
Hotel. Ho owns a largo distillery near
Roseburg, which is being conducted by
F. P. McDevitt, accompanied by his
wife, was visiting her mother, Mrs. E.
F. Martin. Mr. McDevitt was pub
lisher of the Bandon Recorder, but dur
ing the past winter has been employed
at the state printing office at Salem.
He was on his way to Sumpter, fiaker
cou ity, when he intends to engage in
, George 0. Rinearson is home from
the Atlin mining district for a few days
visit with his family. Mr. Rinearson
his sold one claim there,
interested in a company that
chased several more, having secured
concessions from the Canadian authori
ties to operate their mines. Shank
Brothers own claims adjoining those of
" Charles Haines returned from a visit
to Aumsville Saturday.
Miss Eletha Cumins, of Beaver creek,
is visitin Miss Myrtle Curran.
Howard Brownell has resumed his old
place as reporter on the Enterprise.
County Surveyor Rands is doing some
surveying in the vicinity of Macksbnrg
N. R. Graham, J. N. Stanton and L.
E. Armstrong were down from Mauks
Mrs. C. U. Barlow is visiting her sis
ter, Mrs. W. P. Hawley, having cime
down from Barlow Tuesday.
C. H. and George Fuchs and their
families, of Portland, were visiting Mr.
and Mrs. T. W. Fouts, Sunday.
Salathiel Schoonover, of Vernonia, a
former well known resident here, was
visiting old friends during the week.
Miss Blanche Holden came home
from Corvallis to spend the Easter vaca
tion. She is a student at the state agri
Malcolm McCown is said to have
some very promising mining property
near Dawson City. He had a slight at
tack of scurvy during the past winter.
County Recorder Tom P. Randall at
tended the family reunion held at the
home f Hon. F. X. Mathieu at Butte
ville. Mr. Mathieu is a pioneer of 1842,
and celebrated his 81st birthday lust
Ernest Butler, who was with the vol
unteer engineer corps at Honolulu, hav
ing recently received his discharge ar
rived home Saturday. It is learned
that he will resume his old . place with
the Portland General Electric Company.
M. E. London, road supervisor at
Carus, was in town Monday. He re
ported that the road committee meet
ing he'd Saturday afternoon voted to
adopt the old Molalla road for making
permanent improvements. .The citi
zens interesied in the improvement,
agree to subscribe $2500 toward the new
thoroughfare, and will ask the county to
appropriate t he balance. It is estimated
that the proposed improvement can be
made for about $4,00i).
B. F. Forrester, of Eagle creek, was in
town Monday. He states that people
in that section are feeling considerably
encouraged over the prospective projec
tion of V. T. Buiney's railroad line
to he built through the eastern foothills
of Clackamas county. New Bawmills
and is are being construe'ed wilh the expecta-
ius pur- tion that there will be a lively demand
for lumber on account of the railroad
construction. The road will . pass
through D.imascus, over the nirth fork
of Deep creek, and through Currins'
ville and Eagle creek.
I The Victor,
Prices for 1899 -BURMEISTER
Ideal, Golden Eagle
ON EASY PAYMENTS
Chain Wheel3, $25 to $50
Chaialess - $60 to $75
THE OREGON CITY JEWELER
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City Treasurer H. E. Straight has
made a call' for all warrants issued prior
to July 1st, 1897. - '
Miss Ida Belmore and Samuel Low
ery were married Sunday at the home
of the groom's brother, near the Latour
ette bridge. Rev. A. J,. Montgomery
was the officiating clergyman,
R. L. Holman has removed his cigar
store to the building adjoining Vegel
lu8' barber shop, and the premises va
cated bv Holman in the Jaggar build
ing are now occupied by Young's second
The little child of Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam M'. Robinson, died at their home
on the west side of 'the rivr Monday
morning. It had been ill for some time.
and was about seven months old at the
time of its death. .
. The revival meetings at the MethO'
dist church are being well attended, and
the interest is intense. Rev. Isaac Nay
lor is not only an able pulpit orator,
but is a notable au:h r as well. His
sermons bring conviction to the hearts
of his hearers.
Miss Florence Olsen, referee in bank
luptcy for Clackamas county, con
ducted a meeting of the creditors and
hearing of the report of the trustee, W
VV. Myers, of the estate of A. Monner,
a voluntary bankrupt. A 12 per cent
dividend was ordered paid to the crodl
tors from the assets.
The records in the county recorder's
office show a marked increase in trans
fers of real estate for March. Seventy-
seven deeds, 46 mortgages and 61 re
leases of mortgages were filed. The
transfers were principally for tarm prop
erty. Sixteen divorce cases, one quartz
mining location and Beven marriage li
censes were issued, and the county clerk
drew warrants amounting to $2545 50.
Mrs. K. L. Newton, a lew days ago
received a letter from her son, Frank
who has been in the service of the regu
lar army for a number of years. He
was at San Francisco un his way to the
Philippines with his regiment, after
serving in the Cuban campaign. After
completing his term of service at the
Presidio several years ago, he went east
and re-enlisted. He had an attack of
typhoid fever while in Santiago de Cuba
and will soon be shooting Filipinos.
Superintendent Hubbard, of the
Clackamas hatchery, is getting evtfry
thing in readiness for the operation of
the temporary stee'head stition to se
cure eggs near the falls. The salmon
will be automatically dumped into
boxes anchored out in the stream from
the fishwheel where the steelheads will
be kept until ripe for spawning. The
fishwheel will be operated by B'Own
Brothers, but fish cul:urists, Bert
Greenman and J. V. Berriain will look
after securing the egas, under the direc
tion of Superintendent Hubbard.
On last Saturday County Superintend
ent N. W. Bowland and deputy, Mrs.
G. M. Strange, completed their a -nmd
report, and forwarded the same to the
state superintendent at Salem. There-
port shows a total of 7.S8S children of
school ago in Clackasmas county, 4,04)
females, and 3,848 males, a total increase
of 146 over 1898. The total value of
school buildings and grounds is $04,271.-
50: furniture, $13,104; apparatus, $5,-
825 ; insurance, $45,598 ; average amount
paid male teachers monthly, $8,991 ; av
erage amount paid female teachers,
The people of Bolton, who are in
cluded in the West Oregon City school
district, but have a separate school, are
now clamoring for a now school build
ing. The balance of the unpaid bonded
indebtedness of the district is $1,010,
$500 of which will be paid off when the
nreeent tax lew is collected in. Instead
of applving this $503 on the bonded in
debtedness, the Bolton people want this
money-used to build a new school house.
This matter would be satisfactory to the
holders of the bonds, who are local peo
ple, if the taxpayers in the district vote
for a new building.
The city of Portland and the state of
Oregon ought to appreciate the worth of
Albert Tozier, secretary of the Oregon
Press Association. He labored zeal
oubly to secure lor Oregon the meeting
of the National Editorial Association,
the greatest body of organized newspa
por people in the world. Kince Febru
ary he has traveled 10,000 miles at his
own expense in the interest of the meet
ing, besides writing to over 400 individ-
u vis from Maine to Manila, ii addition
to writing 2J7 columns of matter for the
press of the United States, all in the In
terestof Oreeon. And for all this he
has received not one cent. Tozier is too
patriotic for his own good. Eugene
Guard. Last winter Mr. Tozier offered
to do soma ui this free advertising for
Oregon City, if the citizens would fur
nish the cut, but the board of trade de
clined to investigate the matter, fcx
Mayor Oaufield was the only citizen who
took an active interest in the matter.
Mr. Caufield always has the welfare and
prosperity of the city at heart, and is al
ways H illing to put his shoulder to the
wheel in advancing the interebts of Or
W. D. Adams was down from Molalla
T. W. Foster, of Logan, was a visitor
in town Thursday.
Adolph Aschoff was in from Marmot
Friday and Saturday.
Fred and H. LaVour, of Macksburg,
were visitors in town Wednesday.
Mrs. L. R. Liverrnore, of Eujene, is
visiting her brother, V. B. Zumwalt.
Dr. O. E. Loomis, spedal land agent,
returned from a trip up the valley Tues
J. A. Reid, of Springwater, was a
guest at the Electric Hotel Tuesday.
Miss Pearl Killen, postmistress at
Handy, has been vi-dting Mrs J. Blair.
John Albright,. a well known resident
of Springwater, was in town Saturday.
G. W. Maytield, one of the best known
residents of Highland, was in town Fri
Mrs. V. P. Ilawlny and Mrs. George
Pusey visited relatives at Barlow last
Rev. O. A. Willey was attending the
Free Methodist conference at Portland
Henry Gans was up from Oswego
Monday looking after the taxes levied
on his property.
R. M. Cooper, lather of Deputy
Cuiinty Clerk E. II. Cooper, was in
from Carus Friday.
Chairman Thiessen, of the populist
county central committee, was up from
Milwau Vie Saturday.
K. Mel a land, of Clackamas, who
represents the Vi,:orit Powder Com
pany, was in town Friday.
V.ii-. Tlionma F. Ryf.n and son were
vinifia,' her mother, Mrs. Maishall, in
P rtland, during Ihe pa-t week.
' Justice Ch.irles N. Wait was down
from Oanby Tues-day, and reports a
fairly good pr ispect for the fruit crop.
A.' B. Cornell, an txtrame.i from
Junction City, has assumed the position
of baggage master at the Southern Pa
cific depot. .. ;
Miss Josephine Fullerton, teacher of
the primary department in the Canby
school, was visiting her sister, Mrs. D.
H. Glass, over Sunday.
Miss Erma Lawrence entertained the
members of the "Jolly Fellows'" club
last Friday evening. It is said to have
been quite an eventful affair.
Mrs. D. J. Collins, who went to Oalis-
toga about a month ago for the lienefit
of tier health, writes from California
that she is much improve! in health.
J. M. Lawrence was up from the Ore'
gonian ollice Saturday, lo iking up data
concerning the area of vacant govern
ment lands in the state of Oregon.
Miss Josephine Peabody begnn her
kindergarten school Monday in one of
the Sunday school rooms of the Presby
terian church, with a good attendance
Mrs. Belle Durham and son left Fri
day for Sumner, Wash. They will be
joined by the remainder of the family in
a few davs. and expect to make their
permanet home there.
John II. Walker is having plans
drawn for a new dwelling to be erected
on his upper Seventh street property.
The present cottage will be moved back
on the lot, and new structure will take
Misses Amanda and LenaHuaock left
Tuesday for Oregon City to join tlwir
father, who has made arrangements to
go into business there. Mrs. Hn-wk
and the remainder of the family will fol
low in a few days. Roseburg Review
Mrs Randall arrived from Oregon
City last evening. Her family is here
camped near the Dundon bridge. They
are reported as having leased the Gillett
Dtace east of Cape Foulweather. New
port will now have a new and accom
pUshed family in their midst. Lincoln
King Spurgeon, the new superintend
ent of the upper Clackamas hatchery
was in town Saturday. He states that
they have completed cleaning out the
old trail 35 miles in length, but work
will not begin on the new building until
Governor Geer, the secretary of state
and the fish commissioner have made an
inspection of the premises, and it is ex
pected that will be within a few days
The hatchery is 55 miles from here, and
the trail passes over mountains for
nart of the way. where there is three
feet of snow at present.
Cassius U. Barlow and wife and
Henry Pusey returned Thursday from
Dawson City, where they did a good
business. Mr. Barlow manufactured
spring mattresses, and found a ready
market for the product. Mr. Pusey
took in a piano, and did well in the mu
sic line. They claim that the sanitary
conditions are anything but healthful
Messrs. Barlow and Pusey are makin
preparations to take in a stock of tup
pile to be disposed of there. They
came out over the ice from Dawson
dog sleds, Mrs. Barlow standing the fa
tigue and hardship of the journey first-
Some Good Things
One of onr Handsome Worsted Suits
Always fashionable. Worsted are more in demand this spring by
merchant tailms than in yers. We show an ussomnent of exquisite
fancy-pntterned, as well as blue and black fine worsted Knits, trim
med and tailored as fine stiiis should be, nt $J5 tO $20.
One of car New Style Boys' 3-Piece Suit
With soparate Fancy Silk Embroidered Vest sold exclusively by I
us. Ages 3 to 19 years. Price 54 5Q anfl 55,50,
Our Men's Fancy Vests
In latest designs and newest cuts. Prices JJJ () Jgi
Single and double-breasted, very choice patterns, 3 J2 59.
Moyer Clothing Company
...The Popular-Price Clothiers...
f BES SELLING, Manager.
T HIRD and OAK STREETS
The county superintendent has issued
diplomas to the following graduates of
the Hazelia school, Miss Aura D.Thomp
son, teacher: Elmer Shipley and J, D.
The next meeting of the Clackamas
County Educational Association will be
held at Parkplace on tho fourth Satur-
ay in March. The progiam has been
partially completed. Master Francis
galloway will give one of his popular
mpersonatbiiB and E A. Milnor, of the
Portland high school, wih give a talk on
arithmetic. Eva Emory Dye has been
asked to give a historical lecture. The
remainder of the program will be ar
Miss Jennie E. Rowen, who was ap
pointed supernumerary teacher in the
Oregon City public schools by Superin
tendent McAdam, has assumed her duties.
Miss Butler began a term of school at
Aimes last Monday.
Varkplace Letter LUt .
List of letters remaining uncla imod in
the Parkplace, Or., postolfice for the
month ending March 31 :
C. A. Mash, (3 cds), J. J. Manning,
Mr. John F. Geddes, Miss Daisy Oa
Mr. F. P. Wilson (cd), rutliers,
Mrs. II. Harper.
Robert L. Russel, Postmaster.
For fine tomato plants go to C. F.
Street, Clackamas; he has the right sort
to fruit early.
A majority of the ills afllictiug people
to-day can bs traced to kidney trouble.
It pervades all classes of society, in all
climates, regardless of aga, sex or condition.
The sallow, colorlss p9ople you often
meet are afflicted with "kidney complex
ion." Their kidneys are turnina a Dai s-
nip color, so is their complexion. They
may suffer from indigestion, bloating.
sleeplessness,' uric acid, gravel, dropsy,
rheumatism, catarrh of the bladder, or
irregular heart. You may depend upon
it, the cause is weak, unhealthy kidneys.
Womeu as well as men are made mis
erable with kidney and bladder trouble
and both need the same remedy. Dr.
Kilmer's Swamp-Root.the great kidney,
liver and bladder remedy will build up
and strengthen weak and unhealthy
kidneys, purify the diseased.kidney-poi-soned
Hood, clear the complexion and
soon help the sufferer to better health.
The mild and the extraordinary effect
of Swamp Root is soan realized. It
stands the highest for its wonderful
cures of the most distressing cases, such
as weak kidneys, catarrh of the bladder,
gravel, rheumatism and lirlght's Dis
ease, which is the worst form of kidney
trouble. At druggists, fifty cent and
dollar sizes. You may have a sample
bottle py mail free, also pamphlet telling
all abjut it. Address Dr, Kilmer &
Co., Binghamton, N. Y.
When writing please mention this paper.
Eight Elegant and Valuable
Presents given away Free...
jSaturdafl, April 8th
Postively the 2 last Sales
OF THE GREATEST
f Slaughter Auction.. Salcj
OF THE' YEAR
Pacific Jewelry and Optical Cos Stockj
Receiver's Sale to close partnership deal ,
The Stock Consists of
Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry and Silverware;
$ Which must and will be sold without limit or reserve. The
2 opportunity of a lifetime to buy these goods at your own4
9 price. In order to draw a large attendance to our Greatj
5 Slaughter Sale we will present 8 or more elegant presents
FREE at each sale. Everyone attending our
Auction Sale at 2 and 7:30 P. M. Saturday
X Receives a Coupon participating in the FREE distribution
of a Silver Tea Set, or a Diamond Ring, or a Gold Watch,
together with eight or more other valuable presents.
At the Old rionecr Stand of Tlios. Channan & Son!
2 MAIN STREET - OREGON CITY, ORE
L. BURGER, - Auctioneers
t Chairs Reserved for Ladies