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OREGON CITY COURIER-HERALD, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 29, 99.
ftl.Qft BUYS A 13.50 SUIT
The latest millinery, and pr!
tMO ciiImritib "iiEiiKouT" Bom Li (beet at Mi Goldsmith's.
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pun inu ran wits at si. 98.
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WHICH DON'T OIVE tATISFACTOM WCAI,
Send no money. .ttu.a. ..land
send to ua, elele boy and say whether
larz. or small forage and we will aend Toll
the suit by exjprws, C. U. D. subject to ei.
animation. Yea Manila It at your
expreu officeand It found perfectly aetle
factory and eaaal ta Salle eola la jeer towa tor
ft. 10, payyourexprena agent ear Speelal
Offer Price, S1.S8, and express chant"".
THESE INK PANT SUITS for boys I to
J3 1ft years Of age ana are reteJiea eierywnere at
lateet MOO alyta at Uleelratee, aula Ina a
aptclal heavy weight, wear-realeUBS, all-wool
aiuio. CulaMre. neat, handsome pattern.
Una Italian lining, eeaelae Sniiaa lalerllelai, p.ddl.j,
l.jlfaadr.l.r.rela, alia ana llneaeewla., ne tailor .ado
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IK UtaH CLOTH SAMPLES of Boje Clothing for boje 4 la
IS i VUR8, write rr Saaple Book Ha, 9IK, contains fashion
ilatea. tape measiiruand ftilllnstnictlons how to order.
SMea'e8ulta neade la enter fro at Sft.OO up. Sam
nles sen free on application. Address,
SEARS ROEBUCK & CO. (Inc.), Chicago, lit,
Jn.lge - T.F. Ryan
ii,V of (lonrts Elmer Dixon
Kecorder T. P. Randall
Treasurer Jacob Shade
Assessor Ell William;
School Superintendent N. W. Bowlaud
Surveyor Ernest Hands
rhnmr M. C. Strickland
I S. F. Marks
.Commissioners 1 j K. Morton
Denutv Clerk K. H. Cooper
" Sheriff . I '- '
Kecorder Ed- nedman
" Snnrrlnttndert Mrs. G. M. Slraime
" Assessor ..J-'- l'ort"
County Court meets on first Wednesday after firs
Monday of everv montn.
Probate Court meets oil first Monday of every
mouth . , ,. .
Clroult Court meets on third Monday In Aprlland
first Monday in November
OREGON CITY OFFICERS.
Mayor T- l atonrette
ReoordeV BruccC. Curry
Cbief of Police
Treasurer H. fc. straiant
City Attorney A. 8. liresner
Street Commissioner 4V a? 'ii
Rup't. of Water Works W.H. Howell
City Engineer H. H Johnson
Conncllmen-R. Koeriier, J. W. Powell, Frank
Busch and . & hnehel of First Ward: t.. h.
('barman. C. 0. Huntley, A. W. Milln and rnd
Metzner of Second Ward.
Coutcil meetBflrst Wednesday of each month.
Ad. end we will
send vou our celebrated La UhKTA til'lTAH bv
'express C. 0. I)., subject la examination. It Is a
genuine La Herta American made instrument or
great beauty, perfect rosewood flnl.h, very
iK'nly polished. Handsomely Inlaid around
Bound hole snd Inlaid alrlpe In bach, celluloid bound
top efltte, FinKerboard accurately fretted with
raiseu rreia, iniaia pearl poaiuon aou, American
patent head, ami nneat nlekel plated I ailpleee.
A REGULAR $8.00 OUITAR, powerful and sweet
toiieu, iiirniMieu cumpieve wuii an r. ...
beat auftlltr itriut and m ftlnftbl' iniiroe
las book which teaches anyone how to play.
HAAHInK IliB UijlTAH M JOur fJiprfBi omtw
and If found exactly as represented and
i the ireateil bargain yon eTeriawor heard of
ft pay the expreps agent $3.69 "u
lorl.ll ind eiprew hirf and the com
J plete outfit Is yours. Satisfaction guar
anteed or money refunded in full.
SPECIAL PREMIUM OFFER. InnS by J..
cash In full we will give aLetlrred triagerboard Chart. It
is an accurate guide, having all notes, with sharps and
flats In full view, and can be eaxlly adjusted to any
guitar without changing the Instrument. With the use
of the lettered fingerboard anyone can learn to play
without the aid of a teacher. Write for free musical
Instrument and piano and organ catalogue. iTtryUdaf
at loweat wholeftile prleet. Adoress,
SEARS. P'JtBUCK & CC CHICACO
(bears, ttocbata A Co. art taorouiblj rallai, Kaltor.) .
EAST AND SOUrH
The Shasta Route
SOUTHERN YAVAVW ( 0
Kzpre88 Trains Leave Porlluud Daily.
7;0U P. M.
Portland Ar i 9 16 a.
Oregon City Lv 8 8oa.i
San Francisco Lv j 8 vb p.k
. Oden Ar lilO P.M
Denver Lv 6:45 P.M
ouialin. Ar :6u a.m
Chicago Lv 6:30 a.m
Los Anseles Ar 8:25 P.M
Kl Huso Ar 2:85 p.M
FortWorlh Ar 8:40 A.M
New Orleans Ar 8:40 1 M
Pullman First class and Tourist Curd
attached to all through trains.
ROSflBUUO MAIL DAILY -:30A.M.
. Lv Portland Ar4:S0P.li
9:20A.M. Lv OregonCily Lvla:34p
t:20P. M. Ar Roseburg Lv I 7:8 a m
OORVALLIS MAIL DAILY (EXCEPT 8UNPAY.)
7:80A.M. I Lv Portland Ar5:60P.M
11:55 A.M. I Af Corvallis Lv 1 1:20 P.M
At Albany and Oorvalils connect with train
Of Oregon Central & Eastern K. K.
INDKPKKDElJcE PA8SENGIB DAILY (EXCEPT
4:50 P. M.
8:30 P. M.
Direct connection at Snn Francisco wiln
Steamship Lines for Hawaii, Japan, China, the
PhllinniiiHR and Australia.
For through tickets and rates call on or address
E. E. BOYD, Agent, Oregon City
R. KOEHLER, C. H. MARKHAM, '
Manager, U. F. & P. Agent,
Portland, Or. Portland, Or
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111 II tt
or a n
For Sule A 20-acre ranch near Red-
land j or will trade for threshing engine
not lees than 12-horseDOwer. W. D.
Berkky, Redland, Ore.
Hobbed the Grave).
A startling incident, of which Mr.
John Oliver, of Philadelphia, was the
subject, is narrated by him as follows:
"I was in a most dreadful condition.
My skin was almost yellow, eyes sunken,
tongue quoted, pain continually in back
and sides, no appetite gradually grow
ing weaker day by day. Three physi
cians had given me up. Fortunately a
fiiend advised trviue Electric Bitters.
and to my great joy and surprise, the
firet bottle made a decided improve
ment,, i continued tueir use tor three
weeks, and am now a well man. I know
they saved my life and robbed the grave
io another victim." No one should fail
fo try them. Only 50cts, guaranieed, at
ueorge A. Harding's drug store.
(Corrected on Thursday.)
Flour Best $2 903.25; - graham
Wheat Walla Walla 5859c; valley
Oats White 4344c ; gray 42 43c.
Barley Feed $17; brewing $18.
Millstuff.s Bran $17; middliiiis $22;
shorts $18; chop $16.
Hay Timothy $89; clover, 78;
Oregon wild $6. '
Butter Fancy creamery 4oc; sec
onds 4045c; dairy, 3542c; store,
Poultry Mixed chickens $3.504.50;
hens $4 505; springs $23 25; geese,
ducks $o7; live turkeyB 12
w a a mmrmrrmr1 lm ' IT TT-I T1TTI H IT w I
8 INHWUF lHli WfcJtlK. -8
13)c; dressed, 1416c.
Ohe se Full cream 12c per pound ;
Yountr 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 75c
per dozen ; parsnips 75c per sack ; celery
7075c per dozen; asparagus 67c;
peas 34c per pound.
Dried fruit Apples evaporated 78;
sun-dried sacks or boxes 45c; pears
sun and evaporated 56c ; pitless plums
45)fec; Italian prunes 35c; extra
silver choice 56.
Corrected on Thursday.
Wheat, wagon, 52 and 55.
Potatoes, new, one to one and a quar,
Eggs, 18c to 20 per dozen.
Butter, 30 to 60 pel roll.
Onion'i, red, 90c to $1 00 pel sack;
yellow, $1 to $1.25.
Dried apples,5 to 6c per ponud.
Dried prunesItalians, 4c; petite
and German, 3c.
CORVALLIS & EASTERN R. R.
and it mav lie necKHSiirv to smui him to
PACIFIC COAST. I Malta or Madeira.
William Kennedy. fireman, was shotl nu , n.; .u.. ni
and killed in a San Francisco saloon by nel Jouan8te pre8ident of the Rennes
Warren Main, the bartender. ; martial( voted for the acquittai of
By the explosion of a soda-water loun-1 Dreyfus,
lift p. m
Salt Lake, Denver,
Kansas City. St
Walla Walla, Spo
lis, 81 Paul, Du
Chicago and Kaat
I IN p. a.
a real reniana.
BaU wary five 4aj.
1 1(0 a.m.
7:00 a. n.
2:13 a. m.
Prom pen ana.
f :46 p. m.
1 Tor Yannina
Train leaves a many p. m
Train leaves Corvallis ... 1:45 p. m
Train arrives Yaquina 6;60p.in
Leaves Vaqulna 7:00 a. m
Leaves Corvallis 11:40a. m
Arrives Albany 12;25p. m
8 For Detroit-
Leaves Albany (nua. m
Arrives Detroit H;55 a. m
Leaves Detroit. 12:25 p. m
Anins Albany 5:35 p. m
6 Leaves Albanv :. ...6:05p.m
Arrives Corvallis 6:55 p. m
5 Leaves Corvallis 6:40 a. m
Arrives Albany 7:25 a
One and two connect at Albany snd Corvallis
with Southern PaciBo trains, giving direct ser
vice to and Iroui Newport an 1 adjacen
No. 6 runs from Albany to Corvallis on Mon
days, Wee nesdajs snd Frlrays only.
No. 5 runs from Corvallis lo Alt any on Tues
rinv. ThiirsilRYH and Saturdavs only.
Trains for the mountains arrive at Detroit at
noon, giving ample time lo reich camping
grounds on the Breitenbush and Suntiam river
the same day.
Edwin Kione, Manager.
H. L. Waiben, T., F. A P. A.
J. Turner, Agent, Albany,
$2.45 GOLD PLATED
Cut tills atl. out and send to us,
Bk.ND NO MONEY and we will send
you this watch by express, C. O. D.
subject to examination. You can
xamine it a, jvur we
d It louna aerieenj eauaiM.
to 17, exaetlj aa repreaeateA ana
Ihat are being aTertlaeat
II. 7a to IS. 71 under such
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ke Astoria and Way
WWaiMiie ind Yas
Portlaad to Corral.
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hy eatehy aATOrtlaemeata
which would lead yon to
believe vou could aet a
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far tt. II ta S. 7a, haa we aall theaame wateh far (2. 45.
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mm 47 wMtAfoefTMWetehearfJewelnCaUlafee.
Aureas, SEARS, ROEBUCK t CO. (Inc.), Chicago
fmn, liihaat AOa. are ueteaaaty ranaaia. aawar.t
tain in a bakery at Vacaville, Cal., Karl
Adler, an employe, was killed.
One thousand dollars was secured from
two pans of dirt from the Angle and
Brown strike, on Mount Sterling, near
Near the Walla Walla penitentiary
Saturday O. B. Byland shot and killed
his brother, Grant Byland, and his wife
and then committen suicide. Jealousy
was the cause.
Joseph Metts.an old time Idaho miner,
was killed yesterday at the Silver Thread
mine, near Winderaere, B. 0.,by a boul
der, which rolled down the mountain
side, striking him on the head.
The remaining six companies of Mon
tana volunteers arrived at San Francisco
Monday on the transport Va'encia.
The transport Leelenow, from Hono
lulu, readied San Francisco Monday,
after various troubles, being kept afloat
by the action of her pumps. She had a
hole in her bottom, having struck a
Another earthquake shock was indi
cated by the seismograph at the meteor
ological station at Victoria, B. C, Sun
day. It is thought the shock orcurred
The steamers City of Seattle and Cot
tage City arrived in Seattle from Alaska
with $500,000 in gold,
James Kane, an old settler, was
thrown from a wagon near Gervaia Sat
urday night while under the influence of
liquor, and killed.
W. D. Langhorne.eounty clerk of Lew
is county, Wash., died at his home in
Chehalis Monday, of eonsumption, aged
Wesley Shultz, an ex-convict, was ar
rested at ChehaliB, Wash., Sunday, by
Sheriff Deggeller, charged with stealing
J. W. Gile, a veteran of the war of the
rebellion, aged 67, died at Centralis,
The sokiiers at Fort Stevens will soon
begin practicing at floating targets with
10-inch rifled cannon.
J. Barclay and Forrest Ferrons, two
young men, were arrested on the O K.
AN. overland at Pendleton Monday to
be held nnlil the arrival of Sheriff Hunt
ington, of Baker City. They are wanted
for holding up the stage between On
tario and Burns.
Andy King, light-weight, knocked out
"Kid" Arthur, Baker City's favorite.ln
a 15-ronnd contest at Baker City Wed
L. E. Walker, of McMinnville, was.
horribly burned the other day in saving
his wife from burning to death, by
tearing her blazing clothes from her.
A small child of Frank Klewer, living
near Dallas, was badly burned by pull
ing a dish of boiling grease from the
stove on itself Sunday. Its eyes, nose
ears are teirib'y scalded, but the child
Richard Fitzgerald died suddenly at
Seattle Monday, after a fight in a saloon
with William J. Weir.who was arrested,
charged with murder.
The fall term of the Lafayette semi
nary, at Lafayette, Yamhill county, Or.,
Dewey's dispatch boat, theMcOulloch,
is due to arrive at Astoria. She will be
present in Portland during the exposition.
The soldiers on the transport City of
Para, which arrived at San Francisco
Monday from Manila, were landed Tuesday.
Dr. J. W. Welch, a dentist, shot W.
R, Smith through the hand in a scuttle
at Silverton Monday.
Fire in Rossland, B. C, Tuesday for a
time threatened to wipe out the town ,
but the flames were controlled with a
loss of $5000.
Mrs. W. T. Gyton Monday drowned
herself and two children, a boy of 4 and
a girl ofl years, in the Des Chutes
river near The Dalles, because of domes
An attempt Sunday to hold a pro-Eoer
anti-war demonstration at Trafalgar
Square, London, failed dismally. A large
crowd was present, but the members
were all for war and rotten-egged the
In a recent earthquake in Asia Minor
200 persons perished.
Reports from Guadeloupe estimate the
damage from the recent hurricane at
$500,000. Forty lives were lost and 200
persons seriously injured.
It is rumored in Simla that Abdur-
man Khan, ameer of Afghanistan, is
dead, and that a war of succession has
American machine and tool companies
are going to erect works in Germany.
Date of Departure.
Vancouner Barracks, Sep. 28. It is
rumored that the Thirty-fifth infantry
will sail from Portland either Sunday or
Monday, although no orders have yet
been issued to that effect. After the
transports 'arrive in Portland they will
have to be thoroughly inspected by a
board of officers, and if they report the
vessels properly fitted up and ready for
the troops, there is no reason why the
regiment should not leave within a day
or two, as the men are prepared to move
on very short notice.
Ooittg From Portland.
San Francisco, Sept. 26. The United
States transport City of Rio Janeiro left
this port at 2:10 p. m. todhy for Port
land, Or., to carry a part of the Thirty
fifth regiment to Manila. The transport
Sikah is scheduled for the same trip, to
leave here tomorrow, afternoon. For
some time it was thought that only one
transport would carry the Thirty-fifth,
Now that two are certain to go, the oflV
cers here predict a pleasant trip for the
regiment and ample accommodations
?p Job Printinfl at the
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W. M. HURLBURT,
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t'. 50 YEAR'
j Thame Mark
'?t1 CofvaiaHTS Ac.
Anyone nmetne a ft at eh and eaaorlpelaei aaay
nleklr aaoartaaa our eelaaea free wkeaker en
tnvanUoa u probably Mtentable. cewmaauoa.
Dual, onuievwua wmm
ia atrtotlr lonfideuu
t me. viaea i
4etea, wR haute
Dreyfus is said to be enjoying his free
dom, in the south of France.
The 15,000-ton British battle-ship Lon
don was launched at Portsmouth last
week in the presence of a large crowd of
Rear-Admiral Montojo was Friday
condemned by the supreme court of
Spain to retirement for allowing Dewey
to defeat bim.
The Columbian government has Issued
a decree doting the ports of that country
to plague-infected ships.
More bubonic plague is reported at Al
exandria. There are four new cases at
William Bonney, who accompanied H.
M. Stanley to Africa in 1889, is dead in
Dreyfus meeting with his children
has produced a reaction in his condition
The G. A. R. will parade in the Dewey
celebration, having been given the place
of honor in the procession.
Five instead of three persons perished
in the St. Vincent de Paul hospital fire
at Norfolk, Va.
Two freight trains met in collision on
a bridge on the Omaha railroad, near
Windom, Minn., killing four men,
At a meeting held Saturday in New
York the Farragut Association of Naval
Veterans formally withdrew from the
Judge M. B. Reese was nominted for
supieme judge of Nebraska by the re
publican state convention at Omaha,
The platform adopted strongly indorses
Bank robber Lavvton, who beat the
cashier of an Illinois bank over the head
with a lack hammer, is dead from a gun
shot wound inflicted by the farmer who
went to the cashier's assistance. '
Thirty new cses of yellow fever and
two deaths were reported from Key West
The large Dungeness coal mine in
West Virginia, which has been idle for
yearB, resumed Monday.
Between 3000 and 4000 marine engi
neers on the great lakes are contemplat
ing a strike for an advance of 12 pel
cent iu wages.
Julia Dent Grant, daughter of General
and Mrs. Frederick Grant, and grand
daughter of Ulysses S. Grant, was mar
ried Sunday at Newport, R.I., to Prince
Cantacuzene, Count Spranzuki, of Rus
sia. Terry McGovern and George Dixon
are matched to meet at 118 pounds be
fore the Lennox Athletic Club, New
York, by February 6th, for a purae of
Vice-President Hobart is ill, and may
nit again preside in the senate.
The three treaty powers, Grent Brit
ain, Germany and the United States,
are considering at Washington the
cl tims arising out of the bombardment
of Samoa last summer by the American
and British navies.
Ethel Sigsbee, daughter of Captain
Sigsbee, formerly of the Maine, but now
ot the Texas, died suddenly oi heart dis
ease Monday at Ruhobeth Beach, Dol.
First snow of the season fell in Wis
The report that Vice-President Hobart
has Bright's disease is unfounded. He
is Butfering from the effects of overwork,
The average for the entire run of 60
nautical miles made by the new battle
ship Kearsarge was 16.85 knots.
A daughter was bom to Cornelius
Vanderbilt, Jr., Monday.
I lie new torpedo-boat Craven was
launched at the Bath Iron works, Bath,
The warfare against the Yaqui In
dians in Mexico is gradually growing
"Mysterious" Billy Smith, of Port
land, last night at the Olympic Athletic
Club, of Denver, in the fourth round of
what was to have been a 20-round con
test, knocked out "Bob" Douglas, of St,
The Ohoynskl-Hall fight at Louisville
Monday night was a fake, the Austral
ian lying down in the third round.
Prince Cantacuzene and his bride, for
merly Julia Dent Grant, sailed for Rus
The Sioux Indians at the Cheyenne
agency are greatly excited over the mur
der of an Indian by a squawman.
Four trainmen were killed in Iowa
Tuesday as the result of a train wreck
on the Belle Plaine & Murkakinock ex
tensior. of the Northwestern road.
Some of the non-union men put to
work in the New York Sun office when
the union men walked out some time
ago have struck. They allege that the
Sun did not keep its agreement.
The Atlas line steamer Adula, from
Kingston for Baltimore, foundered Mon
day at 3 :20 p. m. in a heavy sea off Ja
maica. Chief Officer Percy and four
seamen were drowned and Carpente
Connor died shortly after reaching the
Naw York, Sep. 26. Admiral George
Dewey arrived off New York at dawn,
and the Olympia is now anchored in
American waters in the light of Sandy
Where is the land more green and fair
Than old Willamette's peaceful shore ?
Where is more calm and mud the air
Where more do clouds their blessing
Where are the roses fairer yet
Than those that in this valley bloom,
That do in May their beauty spread,
And fill the air sweet perfume?
Where are such mountains, high and
Bedecked with firs and crowned with
Like them that frame this fairy land,
This Paradise wLere riches grow?
How pure and clear the streams that
From springs on cloudcapped mountain-heights
Or come from eternal snow'
Where fearless but the eagle lights.
O land of roses, land of hops
Thy children always dream of thee,
And long to see thy mountain tops
When in the distance they must be
Willamette Falls, Sept. 28.
NuwiRK, Sept. 2i. The unexpec
ted arrival of the cruiser Olyniyia, with
Admiral George Dewey, for a time com
pletely upset the elaborate plans of the
reception committee. Before proceed
ing further in the arrangements for the
reception in Dewey's honor it was de
tided to consult the great naval hero.
After a ha4y meeting in tho city hall.
all the members of the subcommittee of
the reception committee but two Wil
liatu C. Whitney and Levi P. Morton
this afternoon visited the warship and
talked over the plans with the admiral.
When the programme was explained
to him, Admiral Dewey said it was very
satisfactory, and he would remain
aboard the Olympia until Friday morn
ing and would then receive the official
visit of Mayor Vuii Wyck.
The navy-yard tug Traffic this after
noon carried out to the Olympia the
Mauila medals for the officers and crew,
and the silver-service for the officers,
preeented by the city of Olympia.Wash
and the Dewey shield for the battleship.
Advance on Porac.
Manila, Sspt. 28, 10 A. M. Genirla
MacAiihur. WLoalutscJ S iih'fi.
four regiments and a battery, advanced
at daybreak this morning upon Poruc,
about eight miles north of Bacolor, in
The movement is conducted person-
.11 y by General MacArthur. General
Wheeler, with the Ninth regiment and
battery, is advancing by two roads,
while General Wheaton, commanding
the Twelfth and Seventeenth regiments,
is moving to block the insurgents from
retreating to the north. The Thirty
sixth regiment accompanies General
MacArthur. Firing has begun near An
Two Filipino mnjirs came to the
American lines last night wilh messages
regarding the American prisoners, who
were to arrive this morning. They also
requested permission for General Ale-
andrino, one colonel and two lieutenant
olonels to visit General Otis, ihey
were refused entrance to ti e American
lines until Loon Fndav, on account oi
today's fight, and General Alejandrino
alone will be allowed to visit General
The insurgents recently entrenched
and garrisoned tho town of Paeto, on
Laguna bay, in the province of Laguna
Bay. Subsequently Captain Larson,
commanding the gunboat JSapidun,
landed for a conferdnce with the citi
zens. As he w as proceeding up the main
street of tne town with a squad he waB
received with a volley from a hidden
trench. The party retreated to their
boat undei cover of the buildings and re
gained their vessel. The Napidan then
bombarded the trench for an hour, conv
pletely destroying it.
As summer is now coming to a close
and fail and winter are approaching,
when the young men of the city will
seek in-door amusement and entertain
ment, it is the desire of the Couhier-
IIbrald to call the attention of its city
readers to the importance and needs of
the Yaung Men's Christian Association
in this city. The merits of the associa
tion are so patent as not to need especial
mention. The baths furnished here are
models, and the physical culture class
is largely attended and good work is
being done. Young men are there en
tertained and interested, and thereby
kept from unwholesome and immoral
surroundings, and in this way to an ap
preciable extent obligates the city, as
Wbll as the individual, to it. lite Gou-kike-Herald
is informed that a consid
erable debt ia hanging over and ham
pering the work of the association.
Why could not this be raised? Why
might not our city, through its council,
contribute, contribute to its extinguish
ment? Let the business men of the
community, as well as the fathers and
mothers of the boys, do their part in
raising this Indebtedness so that neces
sary work in the building can be done,
and Oregon City will cava one of the
best equipped associations in the state
outside of Portlaad. Think about it.
Sunday School Rally at Presbyte
The Sunday school rally at the Pres
byterian church last Sunday was one of
the notable events in the history of that
organization. The reports showed a
ntt gam of over 50 per cent in member
bersllip for the year just ended. An ex
cellent, and interesting program was
presented E ich pnpil received a sou
venir of the annual rally, in the form of
a harp, on w Inch were inscribed scrip
tural quotations. The annual business
meeting of the Presbyterian church will
be held October 7th.
At the regular hnsiness meeting of the
Congregational Y. P. S. C. 1S held
Tuesday night the following officers
were elected for the ensuing year: Pres
ident, Mrs. K. H Gabbert : vice-president,
Miss E. 0. Adair: Beerrtary, Miss
Myrlle Buchanan; tieaeurer, Miss El
len Smiih; organist, Miss Jean White.
Rev. Joseph Beaven, the new pastor .
of the Baptist church, is expecttd to ar
rive Saturday, and will occupy tue pul
pit Sunday. '
The people of Oregon City regret the
departure of Rev. Harold Oberg and
family to Hillsboro, tommorrowf where
he lias been assigned to a new rharge.
The church here prospered under his
management, and his ftiends are legion.
Rev. P. A, Atkins, of Hill.boro was as-
aigttd 1; ti.e ting! l.tiu i.i.c li'.t.
the pulpit next Sunday.
Sunday at the Congregational chnrch
will be Harvest Home for the morning
service and Rally day for the Sunday '
school. The evening topic at 7:3l) will
be "Lessons from our Weavers."
Miss lmogene Harding will leave
Wednesday for Stockton, Calif., to at
tend the wedding of Miss Grace Welch.
Captain Harry L. Wells gave a very
interesting and entertaining lecture on
the Philipines last Saturday night. It
is regretted that there was not a larger
audience out. He gave Company I
some merited compliments.
Claude Williams, a favorably known
I I 1 lla
young man, wno iormeriy woiaeu lor
the Crown Paper Company, was fjund
dead under the New Era railroad track,
havit:g evidently fallen from the over
land train on the night previous. He
had started to Eugene to work on the
Mohawk railroad. The coronet's jury
returned a verdict of accidental death.
The remains will Vie sent to the homo ol
his parents in Noith Carolina for burial.
A brother of the deceased resides here.
3 visit DR. JORDAN'S a 1
iMuseum of Anatomy
The Urfsetof 11. kind Id 11 Weill,
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isar P.O. Box i
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