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immed and UntrimmedHats and everything
in the Millinery Line at 25 per cent less
than cost for the next ten days.
Miss Celia Goldsmith.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Porter Howard was down from Canby
0. Brown, recently of Bridal Veil,
lias become a resident here.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. Casler, from the
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cast, are visiting mta. a. ncuijio.
Joel Elmer and Fred Lundau were
-visitors from Clarkes Wednesday.
Mrs. M. A. Stratton, of Portland, wis
was visiting friends here -Wednesday.
John Heft, a well known citizen of
Highland, was in Oregon City Wednes
day. Mrs. T. J. Cocking and children left
Wednesday for a visit to relatives at
August Staehley, a prominent resi
dent of New Era, was in Oregon City
Wednesday. . .. '
T. R. A. Sellwood, one of the best
known citizens of Milwaukie, was in
Dub Alldredge and family, of Lincoln,
Polk county, arrived Tuesday, i'nd are
visiting his brother.
Mrs. Eii Williams and two sons lefi
Tuesday night for a six week's visit to
'ii ei motner at Asniana.
CundiffB. Rowland, a Company I
veteran, who has been working near
-Spokane, has returned home.
Charles Meserve, who is now sojourn
ing on his homestead in Pacific county,
Wash., was in town Tuesday.
Dalles, is visiting friends in this county.
, He formerly resided at Marquam.
C. E. Hawkins, an attorney of To
ledo. Lincloln county, was in the city
for a couple of days during the week.
Sol J. Garrison, J. E. Engar. J. A.
Graham, J.J.Smith, 0. W. Druschel
and Morley Mack, of Canby, were m
Road Supervisor R. H. Ta,bor states
that he will have 80 rods of new plank
laid this week on the road leading to
C. E. Young and son started Tues
day for Eastern Oregon, where they will
remain during the winter for the bene
fit of the latter's health.
Mrs. H. Anderson, Mrs. M. J. Farns
worth and Misses Phila Farnsworth
J . T -1 - I Vf!.
ana Maggie a. jouuboh, ui jmhiyuio,
. were in the city Tuesday.
F. M. Ammen, a prominent resident
of Kingsley, Wasco county, was visiting
riends and relatives here during the
past week. Mr. Ammen was a former
well known citizen of this county.
E. Schubert," an enterprising resident
of Elwood, who handles the prepara
tions of the Illinois Medicine Company,
was In town several days during the
Miss Ina Chase, who is officiating as
assistant in the county clerk's office,
during the circuit court, keeps the jour
nal written up to date, besides attend
ing to other work. r
J. R. Marks, of the firm of J. R.
Marks & Co., which has just organized
with a capital stock of (25,000, was in
town during the week. The tnadquar
ters of the firm is at Oanby, and they
will buy wheat, oats, potatoes, wool,
dried fruit, etc.
Daniel S. Holman, of Yamhill county,
a pioneer of 1843, was visiting Judge
William Galloway and his son
R. L. Holman, during the week
On Tuesday he met William Barlow, of
Barlow, and Thomas P. Jackson, of Mo
lalla, both pioneers of 1845. In 1849
Jackson and Holman came np from
California on the steamer Huntress and
parted at Portland. This was 50 years
ago. During all this time they have
only lived about 40 miles apart, and had
not seen each other since parting until
Scott Bozorth, of Salem, was a visitor
in (he city Monday.
Ben Gregerson left yesterday to join
his father at Sacremento, Oalif,
A. 0. Thomas, a prominent citizen of
Sandy, was in Oregon City yesterday .
, Mrs. A. 0. Willey and child are vieit
ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Johnson
White, in Portland.
Mrs. G. C. Richen and Mrs. Saunders,
of Macksburg, will leave in a few days
for Sumpter, where they expect to lo
cate. H.J.Miller, the Aurora hop buyer,
was in town Wednesday, and reports
sales slow at six and seven cents per
Jack Blount, who is working with the
Southern Pacific bridge gang, came
down from Goshen Wednesday, for a
few days vacation.
E. N. Foster, a prominent citizen of
Eagle creek, was a visitor in town yes
terday. He states that there will be a
Thanksgiving ball at Eagle creek. '
Mr. and Mrs, Charles Moehnke, ac
companied by their grandson, Erol Gra
ham, left Monday night for Seattle, to
visit their daughters, Mrs. I. A. L.
Bean and Mrs. A. V. Dickey, for a few
G. W. Suramlin, a Macksburg mer
chant, was in the city yesterday, and
reports the yield of potatoes as immense
this season. He shipped 1200 bushel off
four acres, after discarding 500 or 600
bushels of worthless potatoes. The gen
eral average yield is from 200 to 300
bushel per acre this season. The po
tata crop will bring in thousands of dol
lars into Clackamas county.
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS.
Ask for Kuerten's bread, cookies,
Everybody likes Kuerten's pumper
nickel, the bread of health.
The ladies of the M. E. church will ;n)t be seen before the papei
Oolone! Jackson, O. N. G., made the
annual inspection of Separate Com
pany F Tuesday night. The result was
The ladies of St. Paul's Guild will
hild a bazaar on Friday evening, Dec.
8th, at the armory. Program and par
ticulars next week.
Wanted By a young lady, a place to
work for her board, not far from the
business part of the city. Address, Ida
Snow, Oiegon City, Ore. . .
Herbert Poppleton, a well known em
ploye of the paper mills, was married in
Independence last Sunday to Miss Sa
die Huntley. Mr. and Mrs. Poppleton
wil reside here. ,
A deed was filed, in the county c lerk's
office last Satuaday, conveying 1 47 acres
of land near Canby to Peter Kraft. The
mikerofthe deed was Mrs. Lucy J,
mod, and the consideration was
Mrs. Cliet Van Maer, diel at Inde
pendence Monday night. It is pre
sumed that death was caused by a fall
from roller skates, that occurred at the
auditorium on the previous Saturday
night. She collided with another ska
ter and fell. The deceased was a former
resident here. She left a husband and
two children. ' ,
Christian Science services are held in
Wil lamette Hall every Sunday morning
t eleven o'clock. Subject for Sunday,
N)v. 26, "God The Only Cause arid
Creitor" Sunday school at 12:10.
Wednesday evening meeting at eight
o'cl c'c. A cordial invitation is extended
to all who desire to attend these services.
The news was received here Saturday
night that William Humphrey, of the
Fourteenth Infantry, died at Mstailla of
dysentery on October 8th. He had
been ill for about two months. The de
ceased was a cousin of George Warner,
and formerly resided here. Only a few
days previous relatives here had for
warded two Christmas boxes to his ad
dress. Charles, Charles, a well known resi
dent of this city, was killed Monday at
the Libby mine, near MarBh field by a
cave-in of top coal. The deceased left
a widow and eight children here. The
body was embalmed and shipped here
for burial, and is expected to arrive here
today or tomorrow. He was a member
of Or gin Lodge No. 3, I. O. 0. F., and
thatlodje will ' a '8 ihuga of .the funeral.
The Independent Citizens convention
will be held next Tuesday evening at
Weinhard's hall. The call is printed in
another column. This convention will
no doubt renominate Mavor C. D. Lr'
ourette for mayor. The non-partisan
central committee will probabiy call a
convention to meet on the same date.
The chairman of the committee cou d
gile a turkey dinner on thanksgiving
Remember that the ladies of the M.
E. church will serve turkey dinner on
Tlmiilcrri 'j !nff flav i
, . , ' - ' m delivered to Officers Barry and DuBoip,
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1 i (if thft PArr.Ia.nri nn ina Har.a rfmont
ninftfl in Orpimn fiir.v. Prinfis frnm Iftp ' . . ... . .
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to $7.00. P. G. Shark, the barber.
press. The city election will
one week from next Monday.
Chief Burns arrested Will .Gethrow
Wednesday afternoon by request of
Portland authorities. The prisoner was
H. Hoskins, recently of Monmouth,
has opened a grocery store in the
Shively block, on upper Seventh street.
Phillip Henneman, of Milwankie, on
Tuesday renounced allegiance to the
emperor of Germany, and received his
final citizenship papers. His witnesses
were Jacob Ernestberger and August
Twenty-seven new members were ta
ken into the Congregational church last
Sunday. The topic at the Congrega
tional church next Sunday morning
will be "The Kingdom of Heaven as
Leaven." In the evening the topic will
be "Some Reasons Why Men are Not
in the Church."
An elaborate program has been pre
pared for the teachers' institute at West
Oregon City next Saturday afternoon, to
be followed by an evening session. Lun
cheon will be served to country teach
ers at 1 o'clock, and to all teachers at
5 o'clock. Professor Gary always sees
that the teachers are royally enter
tained, and some of them have expressed
a desire to see him run for school super
intendent bat he is not a candidate.
On the 21st, County Clerk Dixon is
sued a marriage license to Hattie Welty,
of Clackamas county, and M. L. Hersh
berger, of Lane county. On the 22nd,
licenses were issued to Sarah B. Kanne
and Edward O. Baker, and Matilda H.
Kanne and Walter Baker. Both of the
brides are sisters and daughters of A.
Kanne, who resides near Harmony.
The grooms are not blood relations, only
is charged with committing the recent
hold-ups in Portland and Oregon City.
Gethrow worked in the paper mills for
awhile but left town several days ago.
When he returned Wednesday, he said
that he had been working on the rail
road near Milwaukie. He had lived at
Silvarton for three years, where he has
a wifa and two children, Later:
After Gethrow was taken to Portland,
it was ascertained that he was innocent
of any complicity in the hold-ups.
Go to the M. E.
church for dinner
The Royal Sweep
The latest in Ladies' winter water-proof wraps two
colors Seal Brown and Sycamore Green. Green wraps
$5.00 each; Seal Brown $6.00 each. Gentlemen's war
ranted box-coats last winter was $ to, this winter $8,
latest colors grey and plad. Only a limited number of
them in stock. Get your pick before numbers are bro
ken. Thy are all the latest styles and the very best
HcKlTTRICK "The Shoe" Man"
A Sad, Fatal Accident.
Monday afternoon, John Ivan Stick
ler, an oiler in the brick flouring mill,
met with an awful accident that
proved fatal on the following
day. He was oiling the machinery
01 the upper floor, and his clothi; g
caught in the gearing, mangling his
body in a fearful manner. His rigl t
arm was terribly mangled from the
wrist almost to the shoulder, the It t
was broken and his back and one 1 g
is braised and lacerated and the fl h
torn f on the bone in one spot. He
died at 10 a. m., Tuesday. After the ac
cident young Strickler said that he bad
lost Lis oil can, which ia conclu ivj evi
dence that he was caught in the learin-.
while reaching for his oil can. The de
ceased was the oldest son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Strickler, and as 19 year',
11 months and 23 days old. The fun
eral services were conducted by Rev. E
S. Bollinger, Wednesday afternoon. The
services were largely attended. The em
ployes of the flouring mills attended in
a body, and the West Oreaon Ciiv
school closed in deference to the death
of a former pupil. The floral offerin s
were numerous and tasty. The funeral
services were held at the residence of J
G. Pilsbury. ,
Next door to Oregon City Bank.
21 Women Wantal
For 10 days suffering from irregular,
painful or stoppage of periods; lucor
rhoea (whites) and all female diseases
cured by old Dr. Kesfder, cor. Second
and Yamhill streets. All on hand we
can treat properly for 10 days ; then 28
will be well and discharged. Consulta
tion free, and private rooms for ladies.
If can't call, write, inclosing 10 2-cent
Will do at the quality store Anything of an inferior sort
will not answer here What is bought or sold under our
name must be Full First-Class in every way We try to do
large things well, and at the same time insist on attention to
little things Nothing is too small to attend to the satis
faction of our customers.
Gentlemen's Business Suits
Bright, handsomely tailored, latest fashion Scotch cheviots and
tweeds; striped worsted aud fast blue serges.
Coats are single and double breasted a are also the vests.
These pints are considerably better than' we usually show at the
price, and are
Intrinsically the best suits
For the money
Shown in the city
You are sure of a perfect fit here, and"your money back , if you say so
;New Locatio n
4th & Morrison
Men's New Hosiery
The "mercerized" cottons in blue
and red, are getting their share 0
popular liking. They look and fee
just like silk; but that's a trirk in
the making. 25c is a smallish price
our price. .
Fast Black Cotton Hose
Black and Natural Cashmsre
Fancy Stripped Cashmeres
Excellent value, heavy black vn
and camel's hair hose.
Winter underwear is ripe.
Appreciating the liberal patronage bestowed
upon us this fall we will distribute to the
public the following articles:
Twentieth Century Daisy Air Rifles.
Webster's Unabridged Dictionary, 1,281 quarto pages.' Full
Toy Pianos, 15 keys.
21 Piece High-grade China Tea Set.
Footballs, heavy on canvas. lo-inch diameter.
Magic Lantern, 12-inches. 12 slides.
Toy Trunks, barrel top Saratogas. '
Doll Carriages, trimmed with fancy figured cloth, embossed
cane bottoms, folding parasols.
Blackboards, size of frame Vjl by 24 inches.
Dolls, wasnaDie Disque, kid body, fancy dressed.
Tool Chests, size 3x5x11 inches, contains ten large tools.
Safes, full nickel platcu, reiiabie combination lock.
Drums, embossed metal, American flags in colors around drum.
Engine, Tender and 3 Cars, length 28 inches.
Wash Sets, washboa-d, wringer, clothes dryer, table n by
Dangerless Popguns, 26 inches long.
Tin Kitchen Set, 36 pieces.
Embossed Blocks, l5 pieces.
Animal Wagons. '
Toy Horses, etc, etc.,
A rare Chancs to seenre
CHRISTMAS GIFTS absolutely FREE
s w 0 ;
Coupons will be issued; 10 per cent
rebate given with each sale
Sale Closes December 25, 1899
Seventh and Main Streets. Suspension