Image provided by: Oregon City Public Library; Oregon City, OR
About Oregon City courier=herald. (Oregon City, Or.) 1898-1902 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 22, 1899)
T Ptl mS BS TT5 -a-S 75 -Ofc
U 13 M M - . V M R fl N 11 -K H Hi H -
Schrani Building, Bet.. Stli and 6th,;. Oregon City' .
AVe have a store full of bargains m Clothing, Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings, Boots, Shoes;
Hats, Caps, Trunks and Valises. Fine ladies' skirts and wrappers, yard goods of all kinds,
blush and cloth capes, notions, etc - , ;
jEsOur Fall Stock is Complete !
, We are somewhat crowed for room and will sell goods for the next 60 days at way down prices
Give us a call before yon buy elsewhere and be convinced. Our
l . reputation as a First-Class One Price to All House Is well knoWaH
over Clackamas County and W3 Intend to uphold it.
W HEREWITH QUOTE YOU A FEW OF OUR PRICES.
; Ladies' Outing Flannel Wrapper .75c and up
Ladies' Outing Flannel Night Gowns. . , . . ...... ..... . . .75c and up
Our Prices on Laces and Ribbons are Lower Than Elsewhere.
M. MICHAEL, Proprietor
Ladies' Dongola Batton, good wear
Special ., 75c
Ladies' Kid Shoes, turned. . . . . .... 3. 00
Children's Shoes, for tough and fine
Ladies' Fancy Worsted I 25
Ladies' Wool Worsted, 6 yds 2 00
Ladies' All-Wool Worsted, well made
high grade, 7 yds.. 4 50
Ladies' and Childrens' fine Ribbed
Underwear ti( 3j
We Take Tour Produce, Hides and Fur.
Men's All-Wool Suits, brown plaids.. 6 50
Men's Worsted Suits, blue checked.. 4 75
Boys' Suits........ 1 25 and up
Youths' Suits .3 00 and up
Remember our Celebrated F. . Corsets All Wari anted
To Our Friends and 1'atrons, Greeting:
, u .
JVti tflhe ttiln mptnt v InvLfji tmtt am sis7 7? 4r
, v,vvvvv y vivf WWW. HlVf IV
attend our fall and winter opening, Tuesday
and Wednesday, Sept. 26 and 27 at the Bed
Front, where we promise to show you some of
the daintiest, prettiest and most stylish hats of the
MRS. M. E. HAMILTON.
Don't purchase a Ready Made Suit
Which is mide and finished by machinery with hundreds ofothT
era the same style and pattern. Have some individuality about
your attire. We can give you perfect fitting suits and guarantee
satisfaction at very low prices. Ladies' Tailoring neatly done
M- 31 ill If, ?n ?)Mul ill).-, )(jt). SUjidi HiT5T
Capt Wells' Lecture.
In this lecture Saturday night on the
career of the Second Oregon Voluuteers,
for the benefit of the library for 14th U.S.
infantry, Capt. H. L. Wells will present
the following pictures, illustrating the
work of the regiment:
Scenes in Camp McKinley 2
Departure of the regiment 1
Leaving the Presidio for Manila.... 1
Transport views 3
Honolulu scenes 2
"Patent" Flour is Made from Old Wheat
And likes to ha 1
" Patent Flour
that is r
1 . , e
It in her home,
s popular with
, u-.a Ore-
BY ALL GROCE I
If vou have a food Hi
rp. r fc, '.-j.i v..u. u,
inctr scales of living is many degrees higher
than their fathers'; they want the necessities of
I'fe tobcs pood as possible for the money.
MARK &;MUIR gives the best groceries at
the lowest price. A penny saved is two ea rned.
DOORS. WINDOWS, MOULDING and DUILDINQ
lowsst cash rstcn xvn omRKD roa nm-euss goods.
8h.p Orpo.lU CoBr.8,tlonal Ch7cT Mali street, Oregon Citr, Or
... CUARANTELD ...
SEND ONE DOLLARS
77 S All. UlT
ttntl Ni'iui to ua it ml o will nt'uil
tin New Automatic EJec
tor Single Barrel Breech
Loading SllOtsuri to vou bv exnrt-sw. u.
O. D-iiUUjt't'ttottxuinhiati.m. You can ex-
II tOLlldl lil-l t!', IIV d.ltlaf.,,...., v ,k.
bAntlNuitiit Auuiuiillc kjtrii.r NhiitsuM
ju rf r on Kiollhrrrnnactt
The capture of Guam 3
bcene8 In (Javite fort and barracks. . 7
wptureol Manila ....
damson Uuty in Manila 14
Kecruits at Uamp Merritt and Manila 2
Wuinaldo and liis army '
Attack on Manila 3
Third batalion at water works 2
Ureat lire and street fight in Tondo. . 5
Wheaton's Hying brigade a Pasig 6
Oookine in the field.. 3
Camp Hughep, or Ooldfoot . , 1
The battle of Malabotl 4
Military cemeteries ' 2
Polo, Malinta, M tycauayan, Marllao". 9
San lsidro campaign 7
The campaign to Morong 5
Companies returning from campaign 6
Impressions of Nageski 1
Reception and mumer out in Frisco. 7
Arrival in Portland.turnins over enlnr s
Portraits and other views 45
I bene pictures will be thrown with a
powerful light upon a white screen, ami
each will be about eht feet in diame
ter, making the figures clear and distinct
tot very body.
1M CIK(9 (H UH.
Vi'-iVl -'-W 1 lua it!ilaotni;U bent patent Automatic ;
. " -Jh 'V ,:; ft tieciar SinR: Barrel Breach toadins BhotKun on hiiV?S
r'u-n kill.T e'it Itf ;uiUI t.i'iti't, liMinlmtlun. ilurnl'lhtr I .,',...!
rmim of pri.v., .i. , in hmik!i ir lit ta At urn ap rli rilu ii ;2 J.KV,.m1
MADE BY THE NEW YORK ARMS CO. S.M
iM,M,.i;v.m.y iK.iuwi.uHk ,u;i,.i;.i.. rv;; "itt,ivi,o,,n,i,nlri.vk,lo,,""i:"!'1
SEAHS, ROEEUCK & CO. (Inc.', CHICACO, ILL.
(Corrected on Thursday.)
Flour Best $2.903.25; gralmm
Wheat Walla Walla 5859e; valley
Clc; bluestone ClC2c.
Oiits White 4,'!41c; gray 42 4:ie.
Barley Feed Iil7; brewing $18.
MillstiulH Bran $17; mid .js22 ;
shorts $18; chop $16. '
Hay Timothy $89; clover, 78;
Oregon wild $6.
Butter Fancy ereumery 4,'ic: sec
onds 4045c; dairy, 3342s'c; store,
Eggs 18 l-2c
Poultry Mixed chickens $3.501.50:
hens $4.005; springs $23 25jgeeee,
$46; ducks $7; live turkeys 12
13'iJci dressed. 14(316c.
Che-se Full cream 12Kc per pound :
Youim America 13c.
Potatoes 1 to 2 1-2 cents.
Vegetables Beets $1; turnips 90c
per sack; garlic 7c per lb; cabbage$1.50
2.00 per 100 pounds ; cauliflower 73c
pet dozen; parsnips 75c per sack; celery
70(g 73e per dozen; asparagus 6fic7c:
peas 34c per pound.
Pried fruit Apples evaporated 7(38;
sun-dried sacks or boxes 45c; pears
sun and evaporated 56c; pitless plums
f5,ljjc; Italian prunes 3(??5e; extra
silver choice 5(f rt.
Corrected on Thursday.
Wheat, wagon, 52 and 05.
Potatoes, new, une to one and a tm.tr,
tor ueii la.
Kgfc'si tu -0 per dozen.
Butter, 30 to 50 pei roil.
OnioiH, red, J0o to $1 00 pet
yellow, $1 to $1.25.
Pried apples, 5 to 6c per pound
Pried prunes Italians, 4c;
and German, 3c.
Best ice cream at Kozy Candy Kitch
For Sale Second-hand organ cheap
for cash. Apply at Bellomy & Bunch
Seven per cent money to loan three
to five years. W. 8. U'Ren.
A few cheap watches for sale at
Younger's. Watches cleaned, $1.
I can loan from $500 to $1500 at 1 in
terest on No. 1 mortgage security, one
to three years time. H. E. Choss.
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.
The Club tonsonal 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
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.
For first-cl'iss handmade or machine
made harness go to F, II, Cross on
Seventh street, opposite A O U VV hall,
Prices reasonable and wok guaranteed,
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. m., and arrives from Port
land at 9 :23 a. m. and 6 :52 p. m. Save
time by using the quicker route.
Weekly Oregonian and Couhiek
Herai.d for $2 per year,
R.inibler, Victor, Stearns, Ideal and
Goldon Eagle bicycles for sale at Bur
meistor & Antlresen.
Shoe repairing of all kinds at F, H,
Cross' harness shop, opposite AO O
W building on the hill,
G. H. Young, opposite Burmeister &
Ander.sen's, keeps a full line of new and
locond-hand furniture and Iioubc fur-
We are selling Tan Shoes away
down. See display in window. Tops
are made in a great variety of styles
now-a-days. All of them are good,
but some more beautiful than others
We have all the new styles of top"s
iur you io seiect irom.
No Scandal Can Arise
From the use of our
or other canned goods, because
there is no diversity of opinion as
to its quality. The unanimous
verdtc t is one of approval. Those
whouse them freely are pleased
withtte freshness, richness and
dehg hful flavor of every article.
An d our prices give satisfaction
toa HEINZ & CO.,
n -k n Bakers and Grocers,
Opposite Postofflce - Oregon Cit
YOU MAY NDf ( OWT
But the Best Stock of First-Class
Goods to be Found at Bottom
Prices in Oregon City is at
him a call.
Prices very low. Give
Uanby JlisjJi School.
Fall term begins Oct. 2, 1809. An
excellent opportunity is here offered to
students from neighboritifr districts to
prepare themselves for coll go.. Classes
will be organized in Algebra, Book
keeping, Rhetoric, General History,
Physical Geography, Civil Government
and such other subjects as may be
deemed expedient. Students desiring
to achieve the best results should by all
means be present on the opening day.
For full information address,
Wm. Knight, Clerk, Pittrict No. 86
Or, Shikley Buck, Principal.
APPLEGATII & PRASIL
Fashionable Furrier I
I Sealskin Garments a Specially I
t Remodeling and Repairing at Moderate Prices
1 ALL WORK GUARANTEED
143 THIRD STREET, PORTLAND, ORE:
It is a fact of itself complimentary to
the Jessie Shirley Company, that they
are the on.y troupe that ever held a
it iwtled house in Oregon City continu
ously every night for a week. The Shir
ley Company have done this on two oc
casions. Tne company presented
eral new plays last week, and added
to the popularity gained on a former
vicit. Saturday night the company pie
Rented an entirely new piay , "A Clever
Fool." The parts were excellently sus
tained. Hiouid the company return
here nt any future time, they can rest
assured of crowded houses. In the
play Saturday night little I.ouite
Walker admirably sustained the parted
Tricksy, and elicited enthusiastic ap
plause. This was her first appearance
on the stage.
Should not be worn without intelligent
adv.ee. 1 a bright light irritates the eyes
proves that something is going w rongn
kind that we can give-the kind that can
only be g.yen after a thorough and intelli
Dr. Phillips, a graduateoculist-optician
lias charim nf n n. n. . . r u,u
B . uepariment.
All Tests FREE A.N.WRIGHT.
293 Morrison St. Portland, Ore. The IOWS JWPr
ttmmf ft hmniiR Vpnrh r.(.,-a!i. .. iWliT,l
voiis or dui-atm of tho lei t Kivi V. . . V l,nl a" n,-r-
(-iinln-,tl.n i..i,.iiT'rr"t uraiiis, Vnrt.-nnl ..!
BEFORE .no AFTER S',',? IJ""""o-""-v. i-piMrSraS u
' .v..-., ui-iikiiu-!isuuu rpKt.reDnmait weak orifalia.
1 ho rraaon i Ruilorpr. it re rot rnn-l htr li.-inrs Is hmiu nlrierv t, , . , . ..
rro.lnllll.. ft-fl OV.SK In th.-ni.lv knotn rt.r..,1v to" wtrlihoul 0Tti T 5Ti?b,,H!
X A written RUHmnLvtiTrn and m..n,.Trenirnl iVsix,TM rt m.t r'ltiu"- SifiiilinMnV
A.UIma D4V01, JaKUlClXK CO, P. Q. Jloi 3375, Siin FniKiaco, Cut. ttoSttV
Geo. A. Harming.