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OREGON CITY, OREGON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1899.
17th YEAR, NO. 27
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A local institute for tbe teachers of
Clackamas County will be held at the
school house in West Oregon City, Sat
urday, November 25, 1899, beginning at
one o'clock p. m., to be followed by an
Roll call, response by teachers, with
"Biography of . Wendell Phillips,"
Prof. J. W, Gray.
"Personal Recollections of Turkey
and the Turks," Hon. D. P. Thompson,
Portland. ' ' '
"School Libraries," Mr. Evans, Os
wego." Illustrated lecture in the evening by
Prof. A. R. Sweetser, Forest Grove.
Luncheon will be served to country
teachers, at one o'clock, and to all teach
ers at five o'clock.
N. W. Rowland,
Fannib G. Pouter, Com.
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1 NEWS OF THE WEEK
GENERAL. j New York authorities have the infect-
Senator Hayward is better, ed plague ship we'i in band.
Russel Sage is of the opinion that the A wireless telegraphic company has
government's offer to buy bonds hag been organized in New York, with $12,-
prevented a financial panic in New 000,000 capital.
York, I : A St. Louis coroner's jury gave foot
Colonel Lawrence Kip, of Nev York, bu Un eye.
is dead. . The United States supreme court has
The Schley home fund is making rapid to eat turkey,
progress. . Lieutenant . Hall, of the Twentieth
.' fin,.. -1 rt.l 1 ...
The Municipal League of Columbus "''. Ulal -vomw meieau
has framed an ideal city charter.
The president has refused to accept
H.iwaiian Minister Damon's resignation,
Dwight L'. Moody is sick and his pub
lic career is believed to be netting an
A project is on foot to make an exhibit
of West Indian urodutts at the Paris ex.
r. warmer... i
We have the finest Chilled plow in the world.
Come and see it. Every plow fully guaranteed. It I
is the Syracuse. We al o have a nice line ot Can
ton Clipper Steel Tlows and harrows. Acorn Steel
Ranges, Air Tight Heaters. We keep everything
in the Hardware line. Plumbing shop in con
nection with store.
POPE & CO-,
Corner Fourth and Main StsOREGOClTY,'' OREGON
A plan to deepen the mouth of the Co
lumbia river to 40 feet will be a part of
the river and harbor bill.
Chicago plana ail international live
The Burlington railway will build from
Alliance, Neb., to Ogden, Utah.
Vice-President Ilobart died Tuesday.
Germans are buying wheat in' Kansas
Leather and bides are going up rapidly.
Both BidcB are threatening to use force
to install their governor in Kentucky
Chicago, Indianapolis, St. Paul, St.
Louis, Galveston and Philadelphia are
all after the republican national conven
Oklahoma wants statehood.
The Indian commissioner recommends
the establishment of many more Indian
The meteoric display frightened Ala
Theodore Thomas and his Chicago or
chestra will not attend the Paris exposi
tion, on account of the verdict in the
murdered a Filipino prisoner, and has
affidavits to prove it.
I Cattle now command the highest price
since 18S2 in Chicago markets.
1 Four thousand coal miners in Indiana
I have gone on a wage strke.
Secietary Long denies the report that
he will resign from the cabinot.
New York customs officials have seized
10,000 pearls concealed in old shoes of a
Xi'S president's message will be held
open until the last possible moment,
awaiting developments in the Philip
Plows and Brills
toes i cms
You want 'em and we've got 'em, give
us a half a chance and we can suit you.
Note these prices:
Tapestry Brussel, per yard. ..50c and up
Ingrain Carpet, per yard. . . . 25c and utf!
Washable Jute Carpet, per yard.. . . 30c
Hemp Carpet, per yard 10c'
Wool Jngrain O. C, per yard 50c
The Zulus are growing insolei:t towa. d
the British in Zululand.
: Four thousand Boars have moved frcm
LadyBniith to Estcourt.
I MacArthur has begun his advance
from Tarlac to Bayoiubong.
Sir Richard Webstar has been made a
baronet for his Work on the Venezuelan
Three German officers are said to have
joined General Jubert's staff.
The Boers refused American consul at
Pretoria the privilege of taking comforts
to British prisoners.
Americans are now ready to occuj y
Two hundred insurgents were captured
by Captain Leonluiuser without the loss
of a man.
' A Chicago company has contracted to
build a $3,000,000 steel earthquake-proof
palace for the crown prince of Japan,
The Columbian revolution -is spread
A civil war has broken out in New
Boers are again reported to be badly
in need of food.
Boers were surprised at the strength
of Eastcourt garriton.
Jubert will endeavor to prevent the
junction of the t.vo British forces.
EiWAMB .miLTOHES "
Corner Front and Taylor Streets, PORTLAND,
iJnion county has supplied 120,000 ties j
this year for the Pacific & Idaho North
ern road, building north from Weizer to
the Seven Devils. The number was suf
ficient for 40 miles of railroad.
Water is very high in the Long Tom
Big guns are placed in position at Fort
W. R. Smith was shot by his son at
A St. Louis company may soon erect
a smelter al Baker City.
Tapestry Table Cover, 3Gx30.,
Bowl and Pitcher, $1 00
Blankets from 65c to $8.00
Child'! Folding Crib ; $2.25
Kitchen Treasurer $2.50
Flour Sieve, 20c
Fine Picture and Frame with 16x20
lasa..;... .................... $1.25
J Heavy Oak Extension Table I .... . 13.00
We have, of course, tome at cheap ai $4
.... ........ 10c
Heavy Cooking Spoon
Salt Box 13c.
Good Lantern 50 e
, Eugene football players believe they
will win at Berkely.
An electric trolley line and power plant
Is projected for Lewiston.
Charles Maughmer was killed by Clif
lord UiL-gs at Lewiston in a row over
Rumor says that Monte Cristo mines
and Everett smelter, in Washington,
have been sold to a German syndicate
for 1, 200 ,000.
Smallpox has broken out among the
colored troops at Angel Island, the San
Francisco Quarantine station.
The Washington legislature left im
portant work undone, and there may be
an extra session.
-The court has deride 1 that the Noil!.
erri Pacific cannot hold a 4C0-foot atrip
Tacorua shipped 00 tons of halibat to
Atlantic seaboard cities.
A child is supposed to have been de
voured by wild beasts near Spokane.
Rich quartz find at head of Hay creek,
in Crook county.
Baker City may toon have an electric
railway running to the mines.
A San Francisco butchei bought 4C0
bead of cattle near Fort Klamath last
Four million feet of logs are being run
down the McKenile river for the Coburg
Stock Inspector Bonney, of Wasco
county, reports that for the first time in
24 yean there is no sheep scab in that
Seufert Bros., of The Dalle, have a
diamond drill at work near that town
under contract to go down 1000 feet pros
pecting for coal.
Estella, wife of Dr.Hemenway.died at
the Klamath agency Saturday morning
from an overdose of chloral hydrate ad
ministered by herself.
At the last session of the county court
of Wallowa county $1016 was paid for
508 coyote scalps. It is evident that
sorotboJy is in the business of catching
coyotes in Wallowa county.
Y. M. V. A.
ture and offer superior inducements for
intellectual improvement at, a minimum
cost. Book-keeping, arithmetic, gram
mar, singing and spelling are the
The members of the physical classes
are given free examimniou by a physi
cian and furnished with an anthropo
metric chart. A new medicine ball
weighing 12 pouuds has been added to
the equipments. Indoor and basket
ball are now receiving marked atten
tion, and Borne interesting contests are
Rev. A. S. Hontgomory addressed a
largo audience Sunday afternoon against
the policy of souting Polygamic Roberts
in coitgrefs. The sentiments expressed
wore universally en lorsed.
Last ii-rtorlay night the literary an.t
Xew Features ami Iinnvemenli
A Model Oryanixaflojr,
One of the neatest and most cheerful
pfcwes.in Oregon City.. to pass .awj'i ;h.j .debating '' sorkt elided- H. .vUo3
leisure hours, is'the Y. M. C. A. -rooias the following officers: I'ruaidunt, Liy
on Main street, opposite the Congrega
tional church. A.M. Grilley, the new
secretary, has inaugurated a degree of
improvement, and added new-4eatrrres,-rrnltfBe73.' h. DlesS'er
that make it a model Institution. The
reading rooms are tastily arranged, and
are well supplied with books and papers.
Facilities have been added to the bath
ing department, and new apparatus has
been placed in the gymnasium, ' A lit
erary and debating society has been or .
ganized, to which active and' social
members are entitled to membership,
Those not members of the Association
can become members of the literary so
ciety upon the payment of a small fee.
The night classes are a profitable fea-
Stipp; ' V'.ce-prenideiit, Dr.'O. S. Sea
niana ; secretary, Arthur iloWon ; treaa
urer Jumos Mclntyre; executive com-
0. U. Wilson s sergeant-at-arms, Harry
Scroggs. The meetings of the society
will be held on the first auJ third Wed
nesdays Id each month. The subject
for debate at the first meeting in De
cember is: "Resolved, That the Boers,
were justified in Declaring War Agajnet
England." The leaders were selected,
by lot, as follows: Affirmative, J. V
Loder and Arthur Holdeu; negative,
Howard Brownell and Harry Scrogg.
There were 15 in the singing clasa
Tuesday night, all meu
This is the celebrated $5.00 Kodak takes yAA
pictures. kWe sell it
K:$3-34- The 4x5
size $ 1 2.00; our price
$8.00. Same style'for
either" plates or films"
$15.00; our price $io.CO.
This is the Famous Folding Pocket Kodak; can be carried
in the inside coat pocket.
Price $10.00 we sell it for
$6.67. No. 2 Folding Pocket
takes 3x3 pictures, price
$15.00; our price $10.00.
Fourteen different styles of Kodaks, ranging in
price from $5.00 to $25.00. We offer any style until
December 25th at 33 per cent ' discount. Now is the
time to order that Camera put away for Christmas.
We handle all kinds of photographic good3 and
supplies and guarantee Portland prices.
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