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OREGON CITY COURIER-HttALD, FRIDAY, MAY 12 .1811-
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS.
-' PERSONAL MENTION.
A very interesting dissertation on the
work of the Clackamas County Humane
society, will appear next week.
President H. L. Board man, of Mi-
Minnville college, will fill the pulpit of
the Baptist church nest Sunday.
Rev. A. J. Montgomery will give a
sermon Sunday gchool work at the Pres
byterian church Sunday morning. ...
Dr. Jayne'e little son, Earl, was run
over by a bicyclist last Sunday on the
west side, which rendered him uncon-
. G. W. Swope's Sunday school class
cleared $20 at their entertainment given
at the Baptist church last Friday night.
County Judae Thomas F. Ryan re
ceived the information this week that
his brother, J. A. Ryan was killed in an
electric car accident in New Hampshire
Rey. E. S. Bollinger' will conduct ser
vices as usual at the Congregational
church next Sunday morning, and in
the evening will give a sermon to the
John H. Moore, a Canemah pioneer of
1351, died at his home on the Columbia
river last Sunday. He was 77 years old
and at one time operated a machine
T. L. Turner, who was in from Staf
terday states that Mr. Wood, of Tigarde
ville, who had leg fractured in two pla
ces, caused by his horse running away,
not expected to recover. Mr. Wood
is 60 years old, and hia condition is se
rious. The revival meetings announced to
begin on . Sunday in the Methodist
church have been unavoidably post
poned for one week. The services on
Sunday will be conducted by the pastor.
Interesting subjects will be presented.
A cordial welcome to all.
Mr. Cox, who 48 in from -El wood
Wednesday, stated tb.at.Mr. Knibbs was
thrown out of a wagon at Highland
Tuesday, and suffered a broken arm.
A daughter of Mr. Rebke, who was alio
in the wagon escaped with some slight
bruises. The wagon went into a chuck
hole and threw the occupants out.
A late Kansas paper gives an account
of the marriage of Miss Mabelle Wig
ttin8 to William G. Kenneke, a promi
nent furniture dealer ot Wellington,
where they will reside. The bride is a
sister of W. B. Wiggins, and is well
known here, having been a teacher in
the public schools for three years, and
was prominent in church and social cir
Several children digging in the sandy
street opposite Chief of 'Police Burns'
residence in the north end of town Tues
day afternoon, unearthed the bones of
a man evidently an Indian, buried years
Ago. In the days long passed an In
dian burial ground was located here.
The bones were in a fairly good slate of
The following bits of news were given
to the reporter by a resident of Har
mony. Mrs. R. L. McLaughlin, of Mil-
waukie, has received a box of rare cu
rios from ber son, Ara, at Milwaukie.
Duncan McNichols has purchased a new
buggy, and will also engage in the stock
business. W. A. Garner sold five cows
for (45 a head. Frank Hall, a small boy
attending school had saved up $6 cutting
wood, but unfortunately lost his purse a
few days ago. Alfred Clark will go to
Los Angelos for the benefit of his health.
A delegation of wheelmen from the
Clackamas County Cycling Club held a
very satisfactory conference with board
of county commissioners last Friday.
The board consented to give the wheel
men authority to locate the path along
the electric line provided that they can
secure the right of way. Otherwise the
will likelv select the river
road. The board also agreed to confirm
the appointment of seven wheelmen as
supervisors of construction, who will
nrvfi without Day. The wheelmen
have named the following supervisors:
J.F.Clark, Rev. A. J. Montgomery,
0. H. Dye, T. J. Gary. vV. A. Huntley,
E. H. Cowing, Oregon City; 0. Wissln
ser, Oregon City. The supervisors
have authority to establish grades, lay
out paths, etc., and report to the county
court. A meeting with the board will
be held at the court house Monday.
Work has already begun on the Port
land end of the path.
There are 12 applications in for state
papers before the county board of ex
aminers today, with possibly more pre
cincts to hear from. These with the 64
applicants for county certificates, re
minds one of the presence of a school
naaa'm's convention. The classes were
too large for the court house, so County
Superintendent Bo wland secured Wein-
A. Kuapp is 5 poorer than he was be
fore he went out fishing last Sunday
with Jim Moffett. While leisurely car
rying their rods along, Moffett made the
assertion that could ride a wild-eyed ox
grazing in the pasture and not half try.
Knapp wagered $5 on the result and
lost. No horseman ever reined a fiery
steed with more easy grace than did
Moffett astride the horned animal.
Mrs. Clara Foster is visiting friends
Arthur Clift was in from Clackamas
O.D.Thompson was in from Needy
0. 8. Chase, of Sandy, was a visitor in
Francis Welch has returned from a
visit to Highland.
Wiley May and family were visitors
from Cams Tuesday.
H. L. Wolfer was a prominent visitor
from Needy Tuesday.
Miss Echo Samson returned yester-
from a visit to Silverton.
Arthur Hall and Frits Heiser were in
from Damascus Tuesday.
John bagon, of Woodburn, was a vis
itor in the city Wednesday.
Will L. Miller is recovering from a
severe attack of pneumonia.
F. S. L. Bagbv, of Molalla, was a vis
itor in Ore on City Tuesday.
Miss Lena Nemyre is visiting friends
at Lafayutte for a few weeks.
Miss Emma Kleinsraith, of Clarkes,
is visiting Mrs. G. W. Grace.
J. L. Crouse, a well known citizen of
Molala, was in town Tuesday.
Mrs. A. O. Hayward wa among the
Cams visitors in town Tuesday.
Mrs. Ida Starkweather Derry was in
the city trom Concord Saturday.
E. P. Carter, a prominent citizen of
Wilhoit, was in town Wednesday.
Charles Logus and his son, Julius,
were up from Portland Wednesday.
Attorney John H. Wourms went Au
rora on a professional yisit yesterday.
J. 0. Kircuem, one of the leading far
mers of Logan, was in town yesterday,
A. Douglas, a prominent farmer of
Eagle creek, was in town Wednesday,
The Misses Dolan were up from Port
land Tuesday, visiting their old home.
L. W. Robbins, the Moialla mer
chant, was a visitor in town Tuesday.
J. C. Wolgainot. one of Canby's prom
inent citizens, was a visitor here Tues
Joaiah Kotikle returned Sunday from
a visit to Colfax and the Palouse coun
G. G. Kruse, road supervisor of Os
wego road district, was in the city Tues
Frank Winslow, of Young's furniture
store, has recovered from a long siege of
M. Oatfield, a prominent citizen of
Milwaukie, was a visitor injtown Wed
P. Roos is visiting his old friend, Cas
per Weismantle, at Macksburg, for a
William.J'almateer, ope of the best
known citizens at Garfield, was in town
0. W. Loughery, of Stone, deputy
fish commissioner, was in Oregon City
0. W. Dart, one of the well known
residents of Molalla, was in the city
E. W. Hammitt, one of the prominent
residents of El wood, was a visitor here
Mrs. Sarah E. Paquet. of Portland, is
visiting her daughter, Mrs. Joseph De la
Willie Marshall now succeeds Will
Burghardtas head clerk in Huntley's
Joseph de La Fontaine and family
have moved into a dwelling on upper
William Dixon, father of County
Clerk Dixon, is recovering from his late
H. E. Hayes was over from Stafford
Wednesday, a guest at the Toole-Mc-
Ed Giltner was down from Salem
Wednesday and visited his uncle, Judge
T. A. McBride.
Charles A. Gray went to Oregon City
Wednesday by steamer, says the Salem
Capital Journal. .
Ex-Sheriff and Mrs. G. W. Grace
visited Mrs. George A. Hamilton, at
Park place Sunday.
R. J. Hendricks, publisher of the
Salem Dailv Statesmen, was a visitor in
the city Wednesday.
Mrs. M. E. Jayne, mother of Dr
Jayne, went to Shedds, Linn county, yet
terJay to visit a sister.
Dr. C. E. Loomis, special agent of the
land office, has returned from an official
viBit to Eastern Oregon.'
E. H. Cowing, says the Capital Jour
nal, was initiated into the typogaaphi
1 cal union at Salem Sunday.
Mrs. H. W. Duff is in from Highland
farm for a few days visiting her daugb
ter, Mrs. A. J. Montgomery,
W. H. Willis, of Willamette Falls, re
ports that business is lively in the
wood camps on the Tualatin.
Charles V. Galloway will be one of the
orators at the commencement exercises
of the state university at Eugene. ,"
W. E. Roake has removed his family
to Portland, he having secured a lucn
tive position in an iron foundry there.
J. H. Matthews, of Astoria, a dele-4
gate to the Foresters grand court, was
vieiting Assessor Eli Williams this week.
Mr. and Mrs. F. P. McDevitt have re
turned from Sumpter, Baker county,
and will remain in the Willamette val
G. W, Harringtqn, ex-sheriff of Mor
row county, but who is now a resident
of Portland, was in town during the
week. .. ' ' . '
Captain L. L. Pickens is expected
home from San Francisco in a few days,
his condition having materially im
Miss May Stewart, of Albany, who
attended the Y. W. C. A. convention in
Portland, visited Mrs. Ira . Wishart,
Ralph Cross was given a dancing
party last Monday night, as a farewell
prelude to a trip down the Columbia for
Hon. George F. Topping, of Bandon,
a member of the last legislature, was at
tending the grand court of Foresters j
thsis week. .: I
E. S. Lathbnry went to Eugene Mon
day to officiate as telegraph operator in
the Southern Pacific ticket office for a
week or two.
Chris Kooher,' the Marks' Prarie hop
grower, was in town Weduesday, ana
is afraid the tontinued rains will injure
the fruit crop. . '
L. 0. Bushey has gone to Cot
tonwood, Idaho, Where he is cutting !
rlogs. He reports that there is 12
feot of snow in the hills.
Miss Ruth Flinn, of Albany, who had
the Y. W. 0. A convention at Port
land, was visiting her aunt, Mrs. G. W.
Church, during the week.
0. 0. Hoopes, formerly of Springwa-
ter, but now of Gaston, Washinton
county, was in town during the week,
accompanied by his son, J. I. Hoopes.
Deputy Fish Commissioner E. H.
Baldwin left Monday night for the Ya-
quina district, wnere he will be sta
tioned for the remainder of the season.
Joseph Kuerten has resigned his su-
perintendency of the Oregon City soap
works, but will continue as traveling
agent for both the soap factory and
H. 3. Moody, William Kinnaird, Bert
Stricklin and Charles Grider will leave
in a few days for Seattle, having secured
positions from Sidney Smyth, who has
an extensive contract there.
Constable William Buchmann, 0. D,
Boring and A. E. Welch were in from
Damascus Tuesdav, They report that
Mrs. Adam Troge is suffering from a
broken arm caused by falling from a
Mrs. W. M. Shank, accompanied by
Mrs. G. W. Shank, of Canby, were vis
iting here Tuesday. Letters received
from the Shank brothers in the Atlin
district, Alaska, state that they are get
ting their sluice boxes ready for mining,
although the freeze had not yet broken
Mr. and Mrs. A. T.. Grossman and
Mrs. Msry Block left Thursday for Port
land, Oregon, to visit friends and rela
tives. Baltimore pper. Mrs. Block is
the mother of W. L. Block, and Mrs.
Grossman is a sisser. It is expected
that they will arrive in Portland Sun
day morning, where they will be met by
Mr. Block and family.
County Clork Dixon iss ued a marriage
license on May 9th to Mary E. Padrick
and 0. F. Hegda'.e.
John Way was up from Portland Wed
nesday, and lb in th way of talking
just as much as much as ever.
Several new road were
opened at this ter.u of court,
visor Hutchinson was ordered
the Gray's mill and Oregon City road in
district 20. George Killen, John Dal?
and Al Reynolds were appointed view
ersof damages on account of the loca
tion of the new road near Needy. Sur
veyor Hands was ordered to reirv ey
the Killen and Cochran road. Road
district No. 85 was allowed $100. The
(petition of Wiley! May to grade a road
'rom his place to the county road was
New Store ft New Goods;
Has moved his stock of
Editor Courisr-Hs bald:
In your paper of last week you errbni
ously stated that the bid of Drs. Powell
and Jayne for countf physicians was for
the medical treatment alone. Our bid
covered all cases and all patients, and
was the lowest by nearly one-half, being
$13 per month, while the successful bid
der's was $25 per month. We did not
get it. Why?
Powell & Jayne.
Furniture, House Furnishing
and Second-Hand Goods
The democrats and populists may be
badly at sea foi an "issue" in the next
campaign, but they will have at least
one first-class campaign document that
repoit of the beef lioard. Telegram.
Seven per cent money to loan three
to five years. W. S. U'Ren.
A few cheap watches for sale at,
Younger's. Watches cleaned, $1.
Tomato and cabbage plants at very low
prices. A few Burpee's novelties (1899)
given free on all orders of $1.00. C. F.
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 poetoffice.
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
Bunch. , ,
Money to loan at 8 percent interest on
mortgages. Apply to C D. & D. O.
The Club tonsorial parlors, P. G
Shark, proprietor, shaves for 10 cents.
A lull 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
carts of the city free. Corner Seventh
and Center streets
Ribbons, embroideries, laces and all
kinds of notions at the Racket Store.
I have abundance of money to loan at
and choice, loans will be made at 7'
0. 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, Poetoffice build'
A few improvements are being made
In the building line in the city, and
Architect W. A. White is making plans
for some contemplated new buildings.
J. H. Walker is bavins the cottage on
his lot on upper Seventh street moved
to the rear, and will erect a new pre.
tentious dwelling. Isaac Prindle has
been repairing and enlarging his two
cottages at the corner of Taylor and
Eleventh streets, and Ed Story is ad
ding some improvements to his cottage
on Ninth and Taylor. Judge Ryan has
built a new barn, A. W. Cheney has
built a two-story andition to his dwell
ing, Mr. Bussard a new feed stable, and
other improvements are under way.
The county board of commissioners
will bold an adjourned term next Mon
day. The board granted the Florence
Crittenden home in Portland $55. A
change in the Dayton and Oregon City
road was granted, and $100 was appro
priated. The claim of J, M. Ware for
damages on account of the Wilhoit stage
accident, was denied. The time for pay
ment of taxes was extended 30 days,
The wheelmen of Needy were permitted
to build a bicycle path at their own ex
pense. Ihe appointment of John W
Meldrum aa deputy county surveyor.
Road supervisors must only claim one
days's pay for every five days work done
by the men employed. The matter cf
the Molalla road was postponed until
next Monday. W. S. Payn was awarded
the contract for the upper Eagle creek
bridge for $230. Supervisor Lewellen
was ordered to build a bridge in district
33, and Mr. Myers was ordered to re
pair said bridge. The Foster road was
ordered completed tor $150. Supervisor
Bremer was allowed $250 for the same
And all supplies for Bee Keepers.
And everything for the Garden.
Portland Seed Co.
Send for Catalogues. 169 and 171 Second St., Portland, Or.
(Corrected on Thursday.)
Flour Best $2.903.20; graham
Wheat Walla Walla 5859cj valley
58c; bluestone 5960c.
Oats White 4546c; gray 42 43c.
Barley Feed $22; brewing $22.
Millstuffs Bran $17; middlings $22;
shorts $18; chop $16.
Hay Timothy $89; clear $78;
Oregon wild $6.
Butter Fancy creamery 50c; sec.
onds 4045c; dairy, 3242Jc; store,
Eggs WA to 15c
Poultry Mixed chickens $44.50;
hens $4.505; springs $3 604 ; geese,
$68; ducks o7; live turkeys
13c; dressed, 1416c.
Che-Be Full cream 12c per pound ;
Young America 15c.
Potatoes Burbanks $1.001.35 ;Early
Hose n.iu l.zo; sweets ztgzc per
Vegetables Beets 90c; turnips 75c
per sack; garlic 7c per lb ; cabbage $1.25
1.60 per 100 pounds ; cauliflower 75o
per dozen ; parsnips 75c per sack ; celery
7075c per dozen; asparagus 67c;
peas 67c per pound.
Dried fruit Apples evaporated 45J
sun-dried sacks or boxes 33c; pears
sun and evaporated 59c; pitless plums
45c; Italian prunes 34c; extra
silver choice 66.
Corrected on Thursday.
Lively demand for fresh vegetables,
Wheat, wagon, 62c.
Potatoes, $1.00 to $1.25.
Eggs, 14 to 15c per dozen.
Butter, 25 to 35 per roll.
Onions, 90c to $1 00 per sack.
Dried apples, 5 to 6c per pound.
Dried prunes Italians, 3ic; petite
tnd German, lc.
Green apples, $1 00 to $1 50 per box.
To Holman's pld store,
Opp. Burmeister & Andresen's,
Where he has an
Enlarged Stock in New Quarters
He Buys and Sells Anything
5 and 10c Counters
Bicycle Repair Shop
Bicycles, Sewing Machines, Guns, Etc.,
' Repaired and Cleaned in a first-class
manner at very reasonable prices. .......
H. W. JACKSON
Opposite Huntley's Drag Store - - Oregi
OREGON CITY, OREGON
The Latest Style Photos
Crayon Potraits, Etc.
The Best are the Cheapest
r TO G. H. BESTOW
DOORS, WINDOWS, MOULDING and BUILDING
LOWEST CASH f RICES EVER OFFERED FOB FIRST-CLASS GOODS.
Shop Opposite Gonf racatlonl Chnrch, Hata Street, OrefOQ Git, Or.
R. L HOLM AN
' Undertaker and Embalmei
Carries a complete line of ensketa, coffins,
robes, etc. Superior goods, Buperloi
services at most moderate prices. Hex'
door tO ""STBAIGHT'B OROCERX
Obeoom City - - - Osmoi
Also Full line ot Mill Feed, Lime, Cement M IM Plata
And likes to have it in her home.
" Patent 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