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OREGON CITY COURIER-HERALD, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1899
YOU GAIN BY TRADING AT HOLMES' PARKPLACE CAH STORE
Ladies' vests and pants, gray and
t ecru, fleeced, shoped and trim
med, special at 25c.
Children's union suits, as well
made as $1 garments, special 25c,
Ladies' extra fine French ribbed
vests and pants, natural gray,
'perfection finish, standard val
ue for $1.50; special at $1. - '
The lineB of ladies' union suits are
exceptional va.ues at 50c, 75o,
$1, $1.25 and $1.50.
Infants' Saxony and Swiss ribbed
The stock of ladies,' mioses' and
children's underwear and hos-
, iery is complete in all its details ;
furthermore, we guarantee the
goods and prices the lowest.
We have the standard makes in
natural grav, cream, pink.blue,
scarlet, white, ecru. New fas
cinators, bootees, mitten, leg
gings, hoods, capes, etc.
Special Notice We call partic
ular attention to our line of
ladies' and children's wool and
cashmere hose. No use quoting
prices. See them and you are
..', Bure . to . buy , more. ... You will
WARNER'S RUST-PROOF CORSETS, 20th century models. Every
pair warranted and fitted to your form, if desired, by expert demonalra-
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McAllen & McDonnell
EXCLUSIVE DRY GOODS IMPORTERS
THIRD and MORRISON '. - PORTLAND, OREGON
Dr. R. A. Jayne and family left Sat
urday for Shed Is, Linn oounty, where
they will reside in the future. Sliedde
is Dr. Jayne's old home. On Tuesday
Drs. J, W. Powell and J. W. Norris
formed a copartnership for the practice
of medicine. , Their offices have been
in the same building for some time past.
Dr. W. Q. Parker was married in
Chicago Wednesday, October 11th, to
Miss Anna Laura Ellis. Dr. Parker
and btide arrived last Saturday, and
will make their permanent home here.
The bride formerly resided at Ceutralia,
Wash., and is reputed to be a most es
timable lady. ; ' :f
W. P. Hawleyi superintendent of the
Crown paper mills, is here from Cbetco,
Cal.f., looking after business matters.
He will hereafter reside in San Fran
cisco, wbere his headquarters will be.
The company are building new mi.ls in
California, which will require hu con
stant attention. However, he expects
to be here occasionally.
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Mrs M. L. Bu s;rd is visiting rela
tives in Eugene.
H. Idertioff and son were over from
Stafford Monday. .
Miss Winniford Thornton left Monday
for her home at Corvallis.
L. Tenny, a prominent Viola resident,
was in Oregon City Monday. .
Captain J. T. Apperson is recovering
from his recent severe illness.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank elch have
gone to housekeeping at Ely.
Jame3 Adkins, the Canby sawmill
man , was in Oregon City Monday.
Sol J. Garrison, a prominent business
man of Canby, was in town Monday.
Mrs. W. E. Strong, of California, is
visiting her nephew, 0. W. Eastham.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Rogers are visit
ing L. Rogers,; of Canby, this week.
Senator and Mrs. L. L. Porter re
turned Monday from a visit to Corvallis
David Will, a prominent JOlackamas
county farmer, was down from Barlow
G. O. Armstrong, a well known citi
zen of Redland, was in Oregon Oity
Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Stricklin, of
Highland, were visitors in Oregon City
Mrs. H. B. Cooper left Monday for a
visit to her sister, Mrs. J. W. Exon, at
L. E. Armstrong, who recently re
moved from Macksburg to Barlow, was
in town today.
H. L, Price, of Price Bros., has re
turned from an extended sojourn in
Mrs. R. H. Taber and daughter, Miss
Edna, have been visiting Mrs. L. M.
Iloyt at Hillsboro.
Mrs. J. L. Green and son, of Salem,
who were visiting relatives here, re
turned home Monday.
Mrs. Jacob Shade is making an ex
tended visit to her daughter, Mrs. D. J.
Collins, at Calistoga, Calif.
J. A. Price and family left Monday
for Kineslev, Wasco county, where they
xpect to make their future home.
Ralph Miller ha 3 gone to the Little
White Salmon river hatchery in Wash
ington, to accept a position there.
Mrs. Ed Harrington, of Highland,
came in Monday, and is visiting her
daughters, who are attending school
Rev. E. 8. Eollinger and Mis. J. W.
Norris went t) Eugene Tuesday to at
tend the state association of Congrega
F. A. Sleight, of Canby, was in town
Saturday looking after the execution
sale of the property of the Willamette
W. W. Marrs and visitors returned
Saturday from a visit to his brother at
Sappoose, who has corn on his place
17)$ feet in height.
Mrs. Adolph Willey returned from a
visit lo her mother, Mrs. J. White, in
Portland Monday. Mrs. White ac
companied ber daughter home.
Postmaster J. O. Newbury, of New
Era, was in town Monday, and reported
that the continued rains were interfer
ing considerably with potato digging.
Mrs. N. W. Richards, of Maple Lane,
returned Monday from a month's visit
to ber daughter, Mrs. 8. S. Jennings, at
Sellwood. She was accompanied by
W. L. Beckner is looking after his in
terests in the Blue river mines ior a
month. He also represents the Inter
ests of the other members of the Blue!
River Mining Company.
E. S. Latourette, who recently passed
an examination before the supreme
court for admission to the bar, was up
from Portland Monday. He now holds
a position in the law office of Milton W.
A. Knapp, J. N. Miller and P. Pan
krantz left Tuesday for a hunting and
prospecting trip at the hot springs on
the north forx of the Santiam river.
They ' were completely equipped for
hunting, fishing or mining!
Mrs. Alma Beegle, wife ol J. R. Eee
gle, who was editor of the Enterprise
about a year ai.d a half ago, is visiting
her mother, Mrs. Beegle, at Hillsboro.
Mr. Beegle is still at Maiy Island,
Alaska, where he holds a government
J. M. Hayden came up from Portland
Monday, and removed h s household
effects to Viola, his former home. Mr,
Hat Jen has lied in Portland for the
past year or two, foli;wl.ig his trade as
a bridgebuilder. Mrs. Hayden died in
Portland about a month ago.
E. C. Maddock has again started up
the Elk refctauiant.
Born, In Oregon City, October 19th,
to Jasper Lipes and wife, a girl.
All your butter, eggs and produce
wanted at the Paik place Cash Store.
Born, in Oregon City, Sunday, Octo
ber 22ud, to Harry Saunders and wife,
Born, in Portland, Sunday, October
22nd, to Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Price, of
Oregon Oity, a son. ,
Best $2.50 coat in the state at Park
place Cash Store. Full line of rubber
goods, groceries, dry goods, furnishing?.
W. A. Holmes has been appointed
postmaster at Parkplace. Mr. Holmes
is now proprietor of the store at that
G tge W. Cramer, aged 18. died at
the residence of Otto Gengelbach at
Clackamas, October 14th, of typhoid
. Miss Agnes Hamilton, of Viola, was
married to Homer DuBois, of Spring
water, on Wednesday of last week. The
ceremony took place at the residence of
the bride's parents in the presence of a
few invited guests. Mr. and Mrs. Du
Bois will reside at Springwater. Both
are popular young people.
The suit of Rasmussen Bros, vs C.
Hettman, 10 recover money for rent
and lumber, alleged to he due, was
tried in Recorder Curry's court Tues
day. The jury returned a verdict in fa
vor of defendant. Attorneys for plaintiff
gave notice of appeal to the circuit
Complaint was filed with County
Judge Ryan Monday by A. R. Stevens,
of Cams, averring that Claudie, Lola
and Chester Stephens, minor children
of Will Stephens, were without means
of support and no one to care for them,
and petitioned the judge to commit
them to the Boys & Girls Aid Society
at Portland. The hearing wai post
poned until next Monday, in order to
give the children's mother, who resides
in Portland, an opportunity to be pres
ent. According to the Ashland Record,
the Elk creek salmon hatchery on
Rogue river is doing well under the
management of J. W, Berriam. Super
intendent Downing, of the ClackamaB
hatchery, who has bean out there on a
tour of inspection, inform? the Record
that 2,500,000 egs were taken up to the
last report with an average ot $75,000
daily. Mr. Berriam now has eight men
at work for him. If mire eig are se
cured than can be hatched there, they
will be sent to the Clakcamas hatchery.
Mm Laurelle Chase, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. J. A. Cluse, formerly promi
nent residents of Parkplace, is making
her mark in the musical world. Ac
cording to a Pasadena, Calif., paper Mrs.
Ida. Bevington-Blakeslee, wife of the
dean of the college of music of the Uni
versity of Denver, was on the program
There is one point we wish to impress upon the public:
"That it is one thing to quote low prices in the nwsPaPers
and quite another to comply 'with thest quotations." We wish
to emphasize the fact that 1 i
WflENJOU SEE IT IN OUR AD. IT'S SO!
- For this reason we are very guarded in our statements
and never make a promise which we are not fully prepared to , ?,
: carry out, The public; realizing our position, will appreciate ,
the great values in our lines of ' ,
We Stand Behind these Garments and Guarantee them Fully in Every Way
They are postively the best values in the market. Equal to any $2 garment
of the merchant tailor, and better than any $20 garment offered by any of our com
petitors ' Suits have hand-made buttonholes, hand-padded shoulders, hand-padded
eo llars,best of serge linings. Overcoats have velvet collars or plain, satin or serge
sleeve linings, and are made of all the new textures, including VICUNA CLOTH,
MELTONS, KERSEYS -and COVERT CLOTH." Some are full silk lined,
and all our garments are made to order by the best wholesale tailors in America'
In all cases money will be cheerfully funded if gocds are not satisfactory.
It will Pay You to Call and Inspect these Lines
KS oyer Clothing Company
The Popular Price Clothiers
BEN SELLING, Manager
THIRD AND OAK STREETS
of the Chautauqua at Long Beach, and I W. A. Holmes has purchased the Park-
was attracted by Miss Chase's musical piace store of U. u Kiisseu ami wmwu
gift and recognized in her a concert tinue to keep a first-class stock of gen
eral merehandise at cash prices.
The Retail Clerk' Association have
planned to give a grand entertainment
to their employes ana iiuuue i Wil
lamette hall next Monday night. Ad
dresses will be made by members of the
. . r t l i.
Portland association. tteiresiiraeiim i
will be served. It ptomises to he a no
Sheriff Cooke completed the Bale of
property for delinquent taxes Monday
afternoon. It took nearly two days to
sell the 1100 pieces of property. It is
estimated that the delinquencies on the
property sold would not amount to oyer
17,030, as many property holders paid
the taxes and added costs Just In time i
to save it from goins under the sheriff's
hammer. Commissioner Scott bid in
about two-thirds of the property for
Clackamas county. A half of the other
third was bid i by P. II. Marley and
E. F. Riley, of Portland. The remainder
was sold to Clackamas county parties,
ohilitv atari a remarkable talent as
teacher of her art. The result was Miss
Chas3 was given a position as under
teacher in that institution, also enrolled
as a student of advanced music. This
paper further states that her name has
appeared very favorably on musical
programs for the past five years.
Michael Heckart, a formot well known
resident' of this county, died on Baker
creek in Yamhill county, October 18th,
aged 83 years, 11 months and three
days. The deceased died at the home
of his son, William E. Heckart. He
located at Highland in 1874 with his
family, where he improved a farm and
built a sawmill. Mr. Heckart resided
at Highland 17 years, and removed to
Yamhill county shortly after the death
of his wife. James M. Heckart, of
Grace & Heckart, is a son of the de
ceased. The other children of the de
ceased are J. C, in California, and Ellen
Pl.Innn in Mimnnr! Thn (laftflARnd WAS
h.1.1 In' u. WhfiHt esteem bv manv ' the principal bidders being T.F.Ryan
C. H. Caufleld. T. P. Randall and G.
IJTlclluo ill j in,rvtuo vvuum
native of Kentucky. E. Hargreaves.
Bring chicken wheat Parkplace store
R. B. Hayhu rst, an attache of th
of the Portland house, lost a bran, new
pair of 8 pants the other morning.
Fred Bladeow, who claimed to nave
just arrived from Spokane, was given a
bed In the room occupied by Hayhurst.
In the morning the latter went down
to work, leaving his new pants and Bus-
Refreshments .penders hanging above the head of the
bed. When he returned tue pants were
missing. Hayhurst notified the police
and the Canby marshal, who was in
town, took down a description of tne
stranger. The marshal went to Canby
on the train, and nabbed Eladeow when
he passed through, and turned him""
over to the Oregon City offlcera. He
was sent to jail for 12 days by Judge
i Curry. The pants were not recovered,
as they had evidently been hidden
somewhere between here and Canby.
Go to Parkplace store and save money.
Money at 7 per cent j 12000 or leas on
good city or country property. Inquire
at Courier-Herald office.
If you have anything to sell, advertise
in the Couribr-Hebald and you will be
pleased with the reeulta.
We have a great many high priced We sell the regular
Umbrellas which we received by mistake and
we rather sell them at a very low figures,
than to return them to the factory in the
East It will pay you to look them oven
7.00 " " 4.75
6.00 " 4.00
5.00 " " 3.50
4.00 " " 2.75
We have some as low as $135. Every
one is guaranteed to give satisfaction.
Burmeister & Andresen
The Oregon City Jewelers