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OREGON CITY COURIER-HERALD, FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1899.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS-
Se the elegant display in Price Broth
ers' show window.
Go to the Cozy Candy Kitchen for
I have a fine line of bicycle hats just
in. - Mies 0. Goldsmith.
Lowect prices ever quoted on all
kinds of trimmed and untrimmed hats.
Alin- Ccldmi1h. J -'
Those intending to plant tomatoes for
field crop should Bend to Street, Clacka
mas. for his low figures.
The barber's commission will meet in
Oregon City, April 27th, to issue liceu
ees, make examinations, etc.
. A recent dispatch from Washington
annount es that Captain L. L. Pickens,
has tendered his resignation and been
discharged, to take effect May 7th.
Johnnie, infant son of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Schuebel, aged 11 months, died
after an extended illness, Wednesday
morning. The funeral and interment
took place at Cams today.
Mrs. Robert A. Miller, whoee talent
as a Shakeperean student and reader is
acknowledged, will give a study on "Ju
lius Caesar" before the Barclay school
this (Friday) afternoon. All are invited.
For sale, a Percheron stallion, weight
1650 pounds. Ia in good condition ;
color strawbsrry roan. The property of
Franklin Ford. Price $125. The horse
can be seen at A. K. Ford's, West Ore
All the members of McLoughlin
Cabin No. 4, Native Sons of Oregon, are
requested to be present next Monday
night. President John 0. Leaeure and
other grand officers will be up from
Portland, and there will be several can
didates for initiation.
The Willamette Valley Chautauqua
Association have concluded arrange
ments with the Portland Y. M. C. A
Athletic Association, to take charge of
the athletic exercises at Gladstone park
in July. They will hold their annual
encampment at that time.
A npecial meeting conducted by Oap
tain and Lieutenant May, formerly lo
cated here, will take place at the Salva
tion army hall on Saturday, April 22nd,
Ice cream and cake will be served for 10
cents. Captain and Mrs. A. H. Ward
will give a farewell meeting on Sunday,
' April 23d. All are welcome.
The singing of the Chicago Lady Quar
tette was of the style that always takes,
and every one in the audience was sorry
when the entertainment was over. The
renditions, not only of the quartette, but
of the solos, was such a to please all
lovers of music. San Francisco Chroni
cle. At Oregon City on Saturday,
"Dewey Day" will be appropriately
commemorated in Oregon City by a cal
ico ball to be given by the M. C. V. A.,
on Monday eyenin?, May 1st, at the
armory. Tickets, $1 per cuiple; specta
tors, 25 cents. Ice cream an I cake, 15
cents to those who do not hold tickets.
The entire proceeds of this ball will go
to the volunteers at Manila, and should
be liberally patronized. The boys are
now in the thick of the battle, and when
in the hospital need articles not obtain,
Mrs. C. H. Dye gave a graphic lec
ture before the women's club in Port
land Friday afternoon on the history
and romance" of Oregon. It is said
to have been one of her best ef
forts, and the Oregonian gave it a tw
column laudatory notice Among those
who visited the club on this occasion
from here were: Mrs. Robert A. Mil
ler. Mrs. H. 0. Stevens, Miss Mertie
Stevens, Mrs. C. II. Caufield, Mrs. W.
A. Huntley and Mrs. George A. Hard
ing. The Clackamas County Bicycle Asjo
ciation held a meeting at Justice Schue
bel's office Eriday night, and effected
a permanent organization. Bicycle
paths to connect with the one at Port
land was geuerally discussed, and the
general sentiment was in favor of one
along the line of the Eat Side Railway.
The following officers were elected:
President, John F. Clark j vice-presi
dent; C. H. Dye; secretary, W. A.
Huntley ; treasurer, Jack Caufield ; board
of directors, 0. Wissioger, Milwaukie.;
Rev. A. J. Montgomery, Dr. J . H. Mil
ler, E. H. Cowing and Fred Meyer.
M. G. Morgan, of Portland, deputy
fish commissioner, patrolled the Wil
lamette and Clackamas rivers Tuesday
night. The deputies here, also kept a
' close watch. Early Wednesday -morn-ing
Deputy Commissioner Morgan se
cured a fiehboat containing a net an
chored to the bank of the stream in the
Clackamas river, which he removed to
Oregon City. During the forenoon
Louis Himler came up from Parkplace,
and swore put a compla:nt for the arrest
of Morgan on the charge of the larceny
of a boat and fishnet. Morgan in turn,
had Himler arrested for fishing in a
Mrs. G. B. Dimick is visiting her par
0. G. Morris, of Macksburg, was In
T. W. Foster, of Logan, was a visitor
in town Tuesday.
Miss Sadie Asher, of Portland, is vis
iting Mrs. J. M. Price.
Louis Jaggar, of Portland, was visit
ing relatives here Sunday.
Miss Lena Nelson, of Mulino, is visit
ing her aunt, Mrs. J. Blair.
Al Ketchner, of Viola, was a promi
nent visitor in town Saturday. i
James Graham and family, of Beaver
Creek, were visitors in the city Satur
John R. Ely, of Currinsville, has been
appointed a notary public by Governor
Miss Lizzie Baker, a student of the
Monmouth normal school, is visiting her
Robert Oaseday, of Cirus, was a pronv
inent visitor at the court house Friday
Isaac Mosier and wife, of Oregon City,
are visiting at J. H. Mosier's. Silver
B. F. Barston was in from Wilhoit
Monday and filed on a homestead before
the land office.
Mis. J. C. Stuart, who lias been visit
ing her daughter up the valley, t
Mrs. P. F. Morey and Miss Florence
Morey, of Portland, were visiting rela
tives here Friday.
E. A. and Robert Wright, of Mead
owbrook, were pleasant callers at this
office Wednesday. -
0. A. Holstrom, watchman at the
state house, came down from Salem Sat
urday to visit his family.
E. M. Rands, of Vancouver, waa
elected treasurer of the Clarke County
Cycle Club last Saturday.
Mrs. W. H. Adair, of Noble, has been
visiting her daughters, Mrs. G. A.
Heinz and Miss E. C. Adair.
Jesse Cox, of Elwood, passed through
town Wednesday on his way to Port
land, taking a load of apples to market
Mr. ana Mrs. is. K. fenman were
pleasant callers at this office Saturday.
They are well known residents of New
w. w. JJoores, or Marquam, was a
witness before the circuit court this
week. His portly form was a conspicu
Dr. George Hoeye has removed his
family here from Portland. They are
occupying a house near the Barclay
John L. Sullivan, the ex pugilist,
came up from Portland b riday, and
spent the day with his cousin, ex-Mayor
T. W. Sullivan.
J. W. Elliott, of Elliott's Prairie, ac
companied by George Strickland,
teacher in district No. 2, were in Ore
gon City Saturday.
James Adkins, of Oanby, who was a
visitor in town Saturday, reports that
his new sawmill will have a capacity of
20,000 feet per day.
John Pankey, a former resident here,
left Fri lay night for his home at Gold
Hill, Jackson county, after visiting lela
tives here for a few weeks.
Rev. H. E. Hornschuch, of Salem, vis
ited relatives here for a few hours Mon
day. He was on his way to Seattle to
attend a church conference.
Dr. J. W. Strange, of Roseburg,
passed through town Saturday on hi)
way to Forest Grove, where he will lo
cate for the practice of dentistry.
J. S. Risley and John F. Risley, prom
inent members of the Oswego Odd-Fel
lows lodge, attended the meeting of
Falls City encampment Tuesday night,
Doc Logan, Joseph Jackson, , J. T.
Ross, B. Otto, Nick Birtchett, Hugo
Pirkil, M. Leabo and Frank Jones were
among the Marquam people attending
court this week.
Miss Lyle Lawrence will graduate
from the state agricultural college at
Corvallis in June. She has been desig
nated as valedictorian of the household
Hon. W. E. Grace, one of the best
men that ever represented Baker
county in the legislature, is in the citv.
He has changed so in personal appear
ance that his friends hardly recognize
him. It is just possible that it was
done to avoid having the face of a mem
ber of the last legislature. Portland
Mr. and Mrs. H.D.St. John, of Ce
dar Rapids, Iowa, are visiting at the
home of their cousins, Rev. Gilman Par
ker and J. R. Seaver, at Gladstone for a
couple of weeks. Mr. St. John is presi
dent of the Anchor Mill Company of Ce
dar Rapids, aUo of the Mutual Insur
ance Company, of Iowa. They have
Clackamas County Association
Met at Harmony Friday.
The ninth annual convention of the
Clackamas County Sunday School Asso
ciation met at Harmony Evangelical
church, April 14th, President Wise pre
siding. Convention opened with an in
spiring song service lt d by R. D. Strey
feller, niter which Rev. Streyfeller wel
comed the delegates moBt cordially as
workers interested in the successful
teaching of the gospel. Rev. ' Butler
gave a felicitous and . appropriate re
sponse. After music followed the reports
of officers. The president In his report
especially mentioned the impoitance of
the Sunday school work. The eecretary
could not give a full report as a number
of Sunday schools had failed to return
blanks sent to them, and in order to
have. better results the secretary recom
mended that Clackamas county be dis
tricted and a superintendent placed in
charge of each district. Remarks were
made on the subject by G. W. Swope
and Rev. Winans. After a beautiful
solo by George Howard, a nntion was
made that the president appoint a com
mittee of three to district the county.
G. W. Swope, Daniel Tompkins and A.
Fankhauser were appointed, also a com
mittee to draft a constitution, consisting
of H. R. Cries, Mrs. F. E. Donaldson
and Mrs. C. F. Clarke. Mrs. A. Smith
read an excellent and helpful paper on
"Methods of Teaching", which was
followed by the convention singing "Je
ms for Me."
Uev. Butler read a pipar entitled
"The Home and the School," in which
he spoke of the close association which
existB between the home and the school
and said the more they can be brought
in touch with each other, the more they
will beautify life.
Miss Ruth sang a solo expressively,
which was followed by an address, "The
Sunday Scnool as an E lucator," by G.
W. Swope. He showed in an able man
ner how the Sunday school is a potent
factor in the development of Sunday
School scholars into noblei living.
The president appointed Rev. Bollin
ger, Mrs. Smith and H. E. Cross a com
mittee onnominations and as committee
on resolutions, G. W. Swone, Miss
Ruth and Mr. Howard.
After singing "There's Sunshine in
My Soul," the convention adjourned for
the noon hour.
Afternoon session was opened wiih
praise service, led earnestly and im
pressively by George Howard.
A partial report fiom committee on
districting the county was given ; also a
report from committee on constitution
wnich rpsommeiided the adoption of the
constitution as found in IS. S. Leaflet
After the reading of the proposed con
stitution it was adopted with a few al
terations. The convention adopted the report of
the committee on nominations, and the
following are the officers for the ensu
ing year; President, J. Wise, of Har
mony; vice-president, A. Fankhauser,
of Harmony ; secretary, J. W. Loder, of
Oregon City; assistant secretary, Daniel
Tompkins, of Oregon City; treasurer,
Mrs. G A. Barton, of Damascus; execu
tive committee, G. W. Swope, Herbert
Bestow, Mrs. 0. F. Clarke.
I. H. Amos, of Portland, stated the
financial condition of the state associa
tion and urged the need of assistance
from county .associations.
After a duet by Messrs. Howard and
Lowder, Rev. Bollinger gave an excel
lent address on "Enthusiasm In the
Sunday-school," in which he said every
great movement in the world is the re
sult of enthusiasm, and it is that which
leads us to do the work of the Master.
Rev. Winans talked a few minutes
and presented the interests of the Amer
ican Sunday school Union.
The convention elected J. Wise, J. W.
Loder and Mrs. C. F. Clarke delegates
to the Btate convention, which meets at
McMinnville about June 15.
At the opening of the evening Bess ion,
praise service was conducted by J. W.
Loder, which was followed by a paper
on "Home Study," written by Rev.
Bruce Wolverton, and, in his absence,
read by Mrs. Clarke.
After a duet sung by Mr. and Mrs. C.
F.Clarke, Rev. Winans, of Salem, gave
a systematic and instructive address on
normal work . He said that evnry Sunday-school
is deficient unless it has a
normal department ; that there are three
needs in every Sunday-school : first,
grading; second, more thorough teach
ng; third, stricter discipline.
The committee on districting the
county completed itsieportby appoint
ing the following superintendents: Mrs.
Longcoy, Milwaukie, Clackamas and
Harmony; F. M. Sumner, Sunnyside,
Happy Hollow, Damascus, Rock Creek
and Stone; Halsey Phelps, Canby, Bar
low and New Era; Dcniel Tompkins,
west of Willamette river except West
Oregon City and Willamette; Minnie
Walker, Springwater, Redland, High
land and Viola; G. W. Swope, Oregon
City and Willamette. This closed the
work of the convention.
For the latest thing in millinery and
best prices, call on Miss Goldsmith,
Seven per cent money to loan three
tofivevears. W. S. U'Rkk.
A few cheap watches for sale at
Younger's. Watches cleaned, $1.
Good draft team for eale or trade. Iu-
quire at Coubisr-Hkralo office. '
Tomato and cabbage plants at very low
prices. A few Burpee's novelties (1899)
given free on all orders of $1.00. 0. F.
Street, Clackamas. -..j ;- '
I can loan from $500 to $1500 at 1 in
terest on No. 1 mortgage security, one
to three years time. H..E. Cross. ,
Mason & Hamlin and Kimball parlor
organs for sale at Oregon City Auction
House, opposite postofflce
Ready made dress skirts from $1.50
to $3.00 at the Racket Store.
Highest cash' price paid for second
hand household goods at Bellomy A
Money to loan at 8 percent interest on
mortgages. Apply to 0. D. & D. O.
Ard the prices are quoted so ridicu
lously low that it will pay you to call.
The Club tonsorial parlors, P. G.
Shark, proprietor, shaves for 10 cents.
A full line of cigars and tobacco is kept.
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. D. & D. 0
T have abundance of money to loan at
8 and choice loans will be made at 7
C. H. Dye.
When in Portland be sure and call at
the Royal restaurant where you can get
the best 15c meal in the city. 253 First
street, corner of Madison. Wm.
Wanted 100 watches to repair at $1
each, at 0. A. Nash's, Postoffice build
Shoe repairing of all kinds at F, H,
Cross' harness shop, opposite A O U
W building on the hill,
During my absence I have placed in
charge of mv dentHl office Dr. W. T.
Lyon whom I can recommend to my
friends and the public in general as a
skillful and reliable dentis'.
L. L. Tickkns.
For good work horses and fresh milch
cows call on W. W. Ibvin, Barlow, Ore.
45 cents round trip from Oregon City
to Portland and return via Southern
Pacific trains. One way rate 25 cents.
Tickets now on sale at railroad depot.
Trains leave Oregon City at 8:40 a.m.,
and 3:35 p. in., and arrives from Port
land at 0 :23 a. m. and 6 :52 p. ra. Save
time by using the quicker route.
Weekly Oregonian and Courikr
Hekai.d for $2 per year.
Tjnited Modern Vigilantes have one
payment per month, no more no less.
No per capita tax. When you seethe
rate opposite your age on folder you
know that's what you pay and you are
not guessing what your next payment
will be. Join the Oeegon City Branch.
For first-class handmade or machine
made harness go to F, H, Cross on
Seventh street, opposite A O U W hall,
Prices reasonable and wo'k guaranteed,
Steam thresher and separator for
sale on reasonable terms. Inquire at
my residence one mile east of Sunnyside
Postoffice, Clackamas county,
Mrs. Aonro Ckiikhhank.
New Store New Goods
G. H. YOUNG
Has moved his stock of
Furniture, House Furnishing
and Second-Hand Goods
To Holman's old store,
Opp. Burmeister & Andresen's,
Where he has an
Enlarged Stock in New Quarters
He Buys and Sells Anything
5 and 10c Counters
And all supplies for Bee Keepers.
' And everything for the Garden.
Portland Seed Co.
Send for Catalogues. 169 and 171 Second St., Portland, Or.
Bicycle Repair Shop
Bicycles, Sewing Machines, Guns, Etc.,
; Repaired and Cleaned in a first-class
manner at very reasonable prices
A full stock of extras and repuirs for
Bicycles kept Sole agent for Clackamas
county fcr Chase Tough-Tread Tires
Bicycles for Rent....
closed stream. Morgan will have a ! been making an extended tour of the
bearing before Justice Schuebel Thurs-j coast, and are well pleased wit their
day afternooD, aid Himler on Friday af- Western trip, and especially delighted
tern con. with Oregon.
More machinery and a new motor have
recently been added to my stock of tools,
and I am now prepared to execute work
promptly. Satisfaction guaranteed and
Price$ within the Reach of All.
H. W. JACKSON
Opposite Huntley's Drag Store - - Oregi
G. H. BESTOW
FOR . . , , ,
DOORS, WINDOWS, MOULDING and BUILDING
LOWEST CASH PB.ICE8 EVER OVfSRED FOB FIRST-CLASS GOODS.
Shop Oppoilt Concrecntlonitl Ghnroh, Main Mtrcct, Oregon City, Or.
For Over Fifty Yean
' An Old and Wkll-Tkikd Remedy.
Mrs. Winslow's Southing Syrup has
been used for over fifty years by millions
of mothers for their children while
teething, with perfect success. It
soothes the child, softens the gums,
allays all pain, cures wind collie, and is
the best remedy for Diarrhoea. Is
pleasant to the taste, Sold by Drug
gittta in every part of the World.
Twenty-five cents a bottle. Its value Is
incalculable. Be sure and ask for Mrs.
Winslow'8 Soothing Syrup, and take no
R. L. HOLMAN
Undertaker and Embalmei
Carries a complete line of caskets, coffins
robes, eto. Superior goods, Superioi
set vices at most moderate prices. Sexi
door to Commercial bank.
Oh booh City - - - Objco'o
Kindergarten School in the primiry
class room, at Prysbyterian church. A
few more pupils solicited. Low rates.
Able assistant Very young children
escorted.", Josbpihs Peabooy, Teacher.
United Stales Land Office, Oregon
City, Oregon, April 4th, 1899.
Notice is hereby given that the ap
proved plats of Township 7 south, range
4 east, and Township 7 south, range 5
east, have been received from the Sur
veyor General of Oregon, and on
MAY 15th. 1899,
at 9 o'clock a. ra. of said date, said plats
will be filed in this office and the land
therein embraced will be subject to en
try on and after said date.
Ciias. 15. Mookkh, Register.
Wm. Galloway, Keceiver.
Keauty In Wood.
Clean blood means a clean skin. No
beauty without it. Cascarets Candy
Cathartic clean your blood and keep it
clean, by stirrinii up the lazy liver and
driving all impurities from the body,
IJegin to-day to banmh niinpls, trails,
blotches, blackheads, and that sickly
bilious complexion by takimr Cascarels
beauty for ten cents. All druggists
atisfaction guaranteed, 10c, 20c, 60c
Also Full line ol Mill Feed, Lime, Cement and land Plaster.
And likes to have it in her home.
" Tatent Flour " is popular with
housewives who strive to please
their husbands by giving them
the BEST bread and pastry, and
that is only made by "Patent
Flour," manufactured by the Ore
gon City Mills.
SOLD BY ALL GROCERS