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CIRCULATION GUARANTEED LARGER THAN ALL OTHER PAPERS IN COUNTY COMBINED
COURIER ESTABLISHED MA$, 1C33
HErfll O ESTABLISHED JULY, 1S93
CONSOLIDATED SEfiEMCER, 1C93
OREGON CITY, OREGON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1899.
17th YEAR, NO. 24
CltyLlDrary " A
Made from pure
cream of tartar.
Safeguards the food
A.um baking powders are the greatest
menacers to health of the present day.
OYl BAKIHO POWPgB 00., NEW V0HK.
com and vegetables raised on his farm
near Clackamas'Heiglits, are she largest
to be found in the country. He re
cently told the repo'e that 0'p"knnas
couiitv soil and climate suited bim bir
ter than any place in which he had ever
NWS OF THE WEEK
Crop Reports an-l Talks Wilh
The bop 8ii.oa.ioa si ill regains poe
tically at a standstill, aUbouga a a sale
or two at goou flames is repo'.teu.
Tbe meeting was not witnout its oou
results. It Is bei'eveu iat it , will re
sult in good ro- liie goowe.s. 1 here is
eve' y reasoa to believe that the grow
ers w ill w;,l wIq out in the end.
Fred Manias Loiievea that diversi
fied farming wi'i win out hi the end,
and he has esoec'al faitti ia Clackairas
county couaty to I bat end, iiavin? tied
both this anu Yam jUI county for that
purpose. His neighbor claim UiatbU
Judge Ryaa Makes Severed Or
ders During t3 Week.
In the matter of the estate of Conrad
Neibeit, deceased, Rosa Neibert, exe
cntris, tile 1 a petition to sell the real
property of the estate, in which she re
cited that it was necessary to sell said
property in Orde." to settle op the es'ate.
In accoidante with the requirement of
the petii'on an order : was made to sell
such properly. Inasmuch there were
three minor bV'S, John, t-'eo.ge, Robert
and Mary 11a geret, Joseph Feinely was
appointed gup-d'an ad litem for the said
minor hei.s, in order (hat said property
could be sold as required by law.
In the ma! ter of the est ate of Robert
Nelson, deceased, who died near
Sycamore on Ocio:ier '9th the willuf
the de-edent was admitted to p-'o;)ate
this week,. The petition rectes that the
proyerty consists o a farm, two lots in
Po'i laud anu ce-'r1! ne-'sonsl property
ai-oanfr'n H about $500. Kathe'ine
Nelsoo is nauied as e"eciilo she being
Mie sole he' . Cbar'es Dahiruis!;, A'
freb Johnson end Jgbn Olson a.'e named
as a.)'-p(e s.
El;iebelh Paine, adnjfnistrato." of the
estate r D. xu Peine, deceased, has fileo
an atta .bment sHt against E. and Juria
Rbha-ds lor 30,
We have the finest Chilled plow in the world.
Come and see it. Every plow fully guaranteed. It
is the Syracuse. We also have a nice line of Can
ton Clipper Steel IMows and harrows. Ac n Steel
Ranges, Air Tight Heaters. We keep everything
in the Hardware line, Plumb'ng shop in con
nection with store,
POPE & CO.,
Comer Fourth and Main Strtets, OREGON UITY, OREGON
Yellow fever is decreasing in Missis-
Fioreace Ma-ryat, a well-known writer
Mrs. Stanford has arrived at New York
A Kansas City stockyard fire cremated
USOO head of sheep.
Delia Fox is now reported to be out
of immediate danger.
A six-day bicycle race is booked for
Kansas City in December.
General Fitahugh Lee has repo'ted on
needed improvements in Cuba.
Sampson was given a reception by his
boyhood friends at Palmyra, N, Y.
Adolf Peabody, of New Yo-'fc, accused
of smuggling diamonds from Cinada.
TUeeting at Grand Rapids denounced
the position of England in the Transvaal
A fast armored yeesel for the Russian
navy was launched at Philadelphia laBt
President McKinley and Secretary
Long witnessed the launching o5 the
Bhub'ick at Richmond Taesday.
A recent Ohio circular soliciting cam
paign funds from civil service employes
is held to be a violation of tbe law.
Senator Mason, of Illinois, will resign
to accept a better paying position. Gov
ernor Tanner will then resign and the
lieutenant-governor will appoint him to
succeed Mason as senator.
The Philadelphia commercial congress
will close this week. .
Slosson won an easy , vic'ory over
Shaoffer at billiards in New York.
Admiral Dewey will wed the widow of
General Hazen . SI19 is a sister of J, R.
McLean, democratic candidate for gov
ernor of Ohio.
Shamrock sails Wednesday.
Jeffries bets on himself.
New Orleans ye'low feyer quarantine
has been raided. -
M. K. & T. erprejs cat robbed in the
city limits of Dennison, Tex.
Vice-President Hobart's days of pub
lic service are said to be over.
Ohkago had a $125,000 fire on West
Washington street Tuesday.
Montana volunteers, of Dig Timber,
were each presented with a gold watch
on reaching home.
Plows and Seeders
BUI T f
Mrs. Closebuy and her son, Jim, are
our best costuiners. Mrs. Closebuy can
stretch a dollor. She can buy more for
one dollar than many of her neighbors,
Mrs. Closebuy never fails to spend a
little time in our establishment when in
town. She compares prices and qualities.
We Baved her a goodmany dollar and
will do the same for you if you will make
our establishment 'your headquarters.
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Elegant Couch , $6.75
.Heating Stoves. $2.50 and up
Cobbler Seat Rocker $1.90 and up
All-Wool C. C. Carpet, per yard. .. 60c
Brussel's Oarnet. npr vard JHV
Ingrain Carpet, per yard 25c
vtaHnaDiH juie carpet, per yara.. . . 3oc
Hemp Carpet, per yard 10c
Mattintr. ner vard . . lfW.
Lace Curtains, pair 75c
ringed Table Cover, 3 by 3 feet.. . . 60c
To Prospective Stove Buyers
Cold water in the reservoir is a de-
triment to the Baking of Good
Bread. This Ranee is so constructed
that cold water w'U have no effect on
your bake oven.
Natal Dutch are helping the Boers.
. A disastrous storm in the Weal Indies.
Transport Missouri is at Port Said.
Joubert Is concentrating his fo 38 at
General. Young is still advancing upon
Cecil Rhodes watched the fighting at
General Bates is recalled from San
The battle at Ladysmith may end the
The Butih will keep their prisoners
of war on a shin.
President Kruger is at tbe froat with
Geneflit Joube't's army.
General Wheeler writes that only the
Tagals are now in rebellion. .
Spain ' has iBBued an official report of
the operations at Santiago. '
Swiss elections made no change in the
pol'cal ptatUB of tbe chamber.
Emperor William's move to increase
the German navy is as yet uo-'uppoited.
Boers are still bombarding Mafek'ng.
No decisive teviciaation of ooe'ations.
The burial of General Syjaons "ar-
red at Dundee Monday. General Jou
bert sent expression of symprtb'y to
Aa ei ement at Ladysmith Moa
day lasted several hours.
General Buller.'commander-in shief of
the English forces in South Airica, has
landed at Cape Town.
Spanish commissioners, just returned
from i1 ilipino camps, say the American
prisone.B are well treated.
Wvbs'-r hotel in Montreal, Canada,
buried; j.ju'r tilied, v ,v"""i-"v"
Reinforcements for Eitisn will not
itach Cape Town untU Sunday.
B-itish regard their defeat Tuesday as
another Majuba Hill episode.
Puerto Rico is said to be most con
tented with condition o'f affairs now.
Boers have r ipwed fighting at Ladv
smith, and a-e closing in on toe British.
Statement was made in the Spanish
senate Wedne. iy that three islam1 . o!
the Philippine g'Oup were not included
in peace treaty, owing to the ignorance
of tbe tieaty commission,
Medford will have sewers.
An Amity farmer shipped a cad d of
La Grande Is to have a mili"a com
William Nake, a horsethief, hr.iged
himself in the Dayton jail.
Hop growers ate preparing to store
their crops and await developments.
N. W. Schofield, of Utah, bought 1200
acres of land near Cove for $C0,01 J.
Deputy Sheriff Dayof Eugene, has
skipped ; is $2100 short in his accounts.
Hon. A. H. Fish, of Eugene, became
lost in the mountains and bad a thrilling
experience.' ' - l - - " ' ''
Schooner Jessie, after 10 days out,
returned from deep-sea fishing grounds
without a cargo. i
A highwayman held up three teams
in Pendleton Tuesday evening, robbing
three men and a woman, : , ; '
Chris Haean, a careless sportsman of
Glendale, took Gilbert Gilbertson tor a
bear and shot bim. Gilbertson will be
a cripple for life. . r-
ComSr Fiiit til Tajlor Streets, P0RT11ND, OREGON
John Williams was Bhot at Colfax,
Wash., while trying to escape from offi
cers who had arrested him for grand
A. Mueller, a Spokane bn wer, is said
to have conveniently disappeared upon
the arrival of wife number one in town.
Sale of the S Me Post-Intelligencer
is denied at Seattle and reaffirmed at
Since January 1, the Seattle assay
office has handled $11,611,201 in gold.
Thomas Hugh' s, an Englishman who
cla'med he came over with Lipton, died
at Seattle of delirium tremcnB.
Colonel Wholley, of Washington regi
ment, will not accompany bovs home.
Retu.'ns to Mairra.'
Governor Rogers has proclaimed a le
gal holiday for Wasi' ngton on rcount
of volunteei's return.
Announcement is .made in Rau Fran
cisco that the Pacific Coast Biscuit Com
pany is a go. Known as the cracker
Between the Molalla and Highland
roans, tli-'ee miles south o! Oregon City,
4' ead of cai tie described as fo'lows:
one black steer wile mottled face, four
yea-s old, crop olle't ear, branded with
nre "7" : one black and oie red steer
four and five yea 8 old, ma.-ked with
crop and slit in right ear and upper and
under slit in le t ear.
A Ube.-al regard will he paid for any
information that w'U le?' ' M recov
ery of the aboe deBribed stock,
Iron Bed $3.50
Limited Stock First Come First Served
Rug, Size 27x60 $1,
Miners' trials began at Moscow, Idaho.
Whatcom will have a militia company.
Norther i Pacific officials are in Ta
coma. Testimony against Wardner miners is
Revenue cutter, Bear, has returned
The Dayton, Wash., company of vol
unteers will not go to Seattle.
An old soldier named Chvlsenberry
was drowned at II waco Friday.
The Washington patrol law is said to
work most successfully.
A San Francisco syndicate purchased
Turkey Feather Pillow. ......$. wr""
uuca and Goose Feathers Mixed.. 1 40 waiia waua win unng hot hui
VA lbs. Goose Feather Pillow, of live I boys home, paying all expenses and
uee,e 2 60 i giving them choice of route,
SO ti."! '0 VhX.
" -pt uie a'l d in.r;itits
h r.ovE'B 'i?An h'.iins of 'VroNitr
foi ' t'a.a, C. r.-d I'V . H is
r u 'vj o : .. ii Ituiteleii
ft . C .' . i 11. a - iU urefet
to oVvii . u ' v , "'. I!' 9 50c
We pay a premium for Clackamas
County and Oregon Ciiy warrants.
BANK OF OREGON CITY.
In another month we will have in a new stock of
all kinds of Rubber Goods direct from first hands. No
old stock that may have been on some wholesale house
shelves a year or two, but as new as fast freight can bring
it from the factory. This line will have everything
from a 40 cent bulb syringe to a $4.00 rapid flow fountain.
The factory's guarantee, as well as our own, goes with
everything of this kind. -
To close out our present stock we will make the
following cut prices while the goods last.
Reg. Ptlce Cut Price
Combination hot water bottle and fountain
syringd . . (!
(A household necessety)
Pure gum scarlet bulb syringe.'. . . i
(The flneBt rubber it Is possible to get)
-Black bulb syringe..,..
(Usually sold for 75c)
White bulb syringe .............
, , (A good cheap syringe)
Fountain syringe, wood box
t II it
Pure cum hotwater bottle, 3 qt
(Every bottle guaranteed perfect)
Pure gum hotwater bottle .........
(ame as arxive, (ji.;
. Throat Atomizers 40
Can you afford to have a sore throat with atomizers
at this price?
Black bulb Atomizer 50
Best quality. . I 00
Oil Atomizers. I 00
(For treating all catarral troubles) '
C. G. HUNTLEY