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OREGON CITY COURIER-HERALD. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 24, 1899.
BANK OF OREGON CITY
DIC8T BAXKQra H0C8B M THI CIIT
FAIS Vr CAPITAL, 180,000,00
Chii. H. C4WUM
O10. A. Babmi
I. 0. OAvrw
if' A General Banklnf Business Transacted
.fleposiU Received Subjeot to Check.
Approved Bill and Notei Discounted,
County and City Warrants Bought.
Aoans tttdeon Available Seoofitv
ZzohanK Bought tad Mi.
Oolleetlons Made Promptly.
Drafts Bold Available In Any Part el tte
TalegraphloKxohangeSoldon Portland, M
Vjfranclsco Chicago an -t New York. '
Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
CHAS. CATTA, Proprietor
Oregon CltT, Oregon
Pure Milk and Full Measure
given; delivered to wy
part of the city.
Try Boltoa Dairy and be Oaraiet
W. II. YOUNG'S,
Livery & Feed Stable
Has the best looking rigs
end cheapest rates in the
Cor. Main and 4th St.
OREGON CITY. OREGON
Harnessmaker and Repairer
Cor. Main and 11th St., Oregon City
.. s .
E. I. SIAS
Watchmaker and Jeweler
CAN BY - - OREGON
Choice Confections, Cigars and Tobacco
P. O. Building, CANBY, Ore.
Insure in a first-class companies
With an experenced agent.
F.E. Donaldson Agent
Fire and Accident Insurance
"When you visit The Dalles atop at the
licit One Dollar a Day House
iu the City
THE OBARR HOTEL
Cn fc'nond Street cue llrcl om Depot
'jctll t 1 fniiil'ts andpartics
8. 8. SMITH, Prop.
ORECION CITY, OREGON
The Latest Style iPhotos
Crayon Potralts, Etc.
The Best "are the Cheapest
A PERFECT BATH ROOM
.encntlal to perfect comfort '")lllh,h-. ""f
niim: for Inro ami "niall iioim's will r found
- tMrv.ikluKly low wlu-ii quality of orlc and
Shall we tWK.
tell you f
why 1 IjL V
'""'we would he pleasvd to have an opportunity
F. C. GADKE
G. E. HAYES
V ATTORNEY AT LAW
' Opposite Huntlej'a Book Store, Up Stain
OREGON CITY, OREGON
rtf Land Titles and Land
Office Business a Specialty.
ROBERT A. MILLER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Will practice In all the Courti of the State and
M Bureaui of the Interior Department at Wain
gtOB, BOOM 8, CHABMan Building,
OkEQON CITY, OREGON. '
VAN R. HYDE , ;
Will practice In all the Courts of the State and
the D. 8. Land Office. Abst acts made. Lnd Ti
tos Quieted . Conveyances and all legal Docu
ments drawn. Real Ktt bought and sold. Dlvor
ea a Specialty. Omci IK Caufiild Boildiho,
OKEGON CUT, OREGON.
of OREGON CITY
CAPITAL f 100,000
Transacts a General Banking Business
Loans made. Bills discounted. Makes eol
lections. Buys and sells exchange on all points
In the United States and Europe and on Hong
long. Deposits received subject to check.
Bank open from ".A M.toi P. M,
B.C. LA10TJRB.11E, BRED J. MEYER,
C. D. & D. C. LATOURETTE
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Commercial, Real Estate and Probate Law
Office In Commercial Bank Building
3BEQON CITY . T . ORKGO
9xo. C. BaowMU t. U. CinrBiu
CROW NELL & CAMPBELL
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Oaufleld Building Oregon City, Or
W. S. U'REN
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Jaggar Building, opposite Huntley's,
OREGON CITT - - OREGON
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OREGON CITY OREGON
THOS. F. RYAN
Hotary Public- and Real Estate Broker
LsMDIN iMSOBANCl AQKM0T Of CLAOXaMAI
Money to Loan. Abstracts of Title Had
Orawlng of Legal Dooumenta a Specialty
Office on east side of Main street
Between tth and 7th
OREGON CITY, . OREGON
M. C. STRICKLAND, M. D.
(Hospital and Private Ezperlenoe.)
Jffers his professional services to the people of
Oregon City and vicinity. Special attention
paid to Catarrh and Chronlo disease.
Best of references given.
Office iu Willamette, Building.
Office hours: 10 to 19 a. m., 4 to I p. m.
0BIOON CITY .... OKBOOK
DR. L. L. PICKENS
Barclay Building, Oregon City, Ore.
Prices Moderate. All Operations Guaranteed.
DR. GEO. IIOEYE,
Office In Caufleld Building, Main Street
BbIQGI AND OboWN WOHK A 8PKCIALTT.
All work warranted and satisfaction
DR. J. H. MILLER,
BeTenth Street, near S. P. Depot,
Pbsqom Our, - Oasooa
DTR. FRANCIS FREEMAN
Graduate of the Northwestern UnlvM
sMv Ttantal fiohool. altso of American Col
lege of Dental Surgery, of Chicago.
WITH DL WILCH.
WiUamttU Block - OppotiU Foftqfflet
Oregon City, Ouaaoit.
C. N. GREENMAN
TBI riONEER EXPRESSMAN AND
Parcel Delivered to All Part of the Cly
OREGON CITY . -. . OREGON
J C BRADLEY. PROP.
Itoblitt Livery and Sale Stable
OREGON CITY, OREGON,
Oath Street between the Bridge and th
Dt,ble end single rig and taddl horses
ways ea bead at the To west rates, and aoorr
iiao connected wiin in earn lor ioou ihi
any Information regarding any kind of stool
arosnpuT aiianaea to oy letter or person.
City View Nurseiy
CAN BY, OR r COX
J. A. COX, Proprietor
Send for catalogue and price list
Several Interesting Events During
The Week. .
,, Meade Relief Corps gave a reception
and ranipQre to the G. A'. R. and Phil
ippine Veterans Monday night. It was
an eventful affair, inasmuch as it was
the first reception tendered the new or
ganization of Spanish War Veterans.
Mr-t. T. W. Fouts, president of the Re
lief Corps, presided. Quartemaster
Sergeant J. W. Moffatt, on behalf of the
Philippine Veterans, presented the Corps
with a photograph and roster of Co, I,
t gether with a list of battles participa
ted in by them. Mrs. G. W. Stafford
responded to the presentation address
on behalf of the Relief Corps. Short
addresses were also made by William
Logus, president of the Philippine Vet
erans, Lieutenant J. U. Campbell ; E
W. Midlam, past commander of Meade
Post, and Mrs. Jennie Sullivan, of the
Relief Corps. A stirring address was
also made by Past Commander J. R.
Williams, of the Post, After the camp-
fire refreshments, a social session was
Mr. and "Mrs. B. S. Bellomy gave a
crokinole party at their home at Glad
stone last Friday night. A. F. Par
ker and Miss Bishop won the first prize
and Mrs. Charles Drew and John Gra
ham were awarded the boo"by prize. It
was a novel and pleabant gathering and
refreshments were served. Those pres
ent were: Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Gray,
Colonel and Mrs. Robert A. Miller, Mr.
and Mrs. A. F. Parker, Mr. and Mrs.
H. C. Salisbvry, Mr. and M's. George
Howard, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Drew.
Misted Maud Salisbury and Mary
Bishop, and .Messrs. E. Rasmussen and
Miss Azalie Cochrane was given, a
"kitchen push" surprise party by a
number of lady friends last Saturday
night. It was a delightiully novel affair.
These parties' planned by a number of
women clubbed together to surprise
some friend, are said to be all the rage
in the East.
The Epworth League Reading Circle
held a very interesting meeting in the
Methodist Episcopal church parlors,
Monday evening. The subject dis
cussed was "What Country has Pro
duced the Greatest Man."
PHILIPPINE VETERA XS
Complete a Permanent Organiza
Last Thursday night about 20 veterans
of Company I, Second Oregon, met at
the armory and effected a permanent
organization. The object of the organi
zation is to promote good feeling among
the veterans, and have headquarters
where they can hold social reunions.
All former members of Company I, are
entitled to become charter members.
The following officers were elected;
President, William R, Logus; vice-pres
ident, J. W. Moffatt; secretary, Leeter
P. Smith; treasurer, O. W. Mariin.
L. P. Smith, J. H. Black and J. B.
Finley were appointed a committee on
tactics and regulations.
The first business after organization
was to raise a collection to provide a
Christmas box for Manley F. Bayles, a
former member of Company I, who re-
enlisted in thirty-first infantry, and is
now on duty in the Philippines.
The following signed the roster in ad
dition to those already mentioned :
R. Bell, L. W. Porter, A. Kloiusmith,
Frank Surrhyne, Lewis Boylan, O. B.
Lampman, I. Pnrsiful, Claude Hoff
man, Elmer McArthur, Harry Emp
kins, J. U.Campbell, Frank Patterson.
All the veterans of the Philippines
in thia section will no doubt become
members of the new organization , which
will eventually become a part of a Btate
Judge Ryan Makes Several Or-
ders During the Week.
In the matter of the estate of A. G.
Stcgsdill, deceased, A. G. Stogtdili, ad
ministrator, filed his semi-annual re
port. The account shows tnat $1223
has been received, and $137 75 paid out.
The only remaining property consists of
a dwelling house and lot at Can by, val
ued at $1050. The administrator was
also granted an order to pay the widow,
Mrs. M E. Stogsdill, out of the estate.
The last will and testament of John
W. Palmateer, deceased, was admftted
to prabate last Friday, Sarah . Pal
mateer, widow of the decedent, was ap
pointed exocutrix, in accordance with
the provisions of the will. The estate
consists of a farm near Garfield, valued
at $2,000. The other heirs are: William
F., of Marion county; Henry J., of Oar
field ; Sadie Wade, Louis J. and Lurena
Palmateer, of Currinsville.
Final settlement was made in the mut
ter of the estate of Christian Marelock,
In the matter of the estate of George
A. Rockwood, deceased, the executor
was granted an order to set aside $u0
for the widow.
Rosa Nelbert, administrator of the es
tate of Conrad Neibert, deceased, was
granted an order to sell the real prop
erty. N. Y. World and Conricr-Herald $1.75
Notes of Interest in Lodge Circles.
Lawton Command, No. 1, Union
Veterans Union, will give a basket so
cial at the armory Saturday night. This
promises to be one of the eventful af
fairs given by the command. The pro
gram is to be speeches, dialogues, solos
ana recitations. Every patrio ic lady is
expected to bring a basket, which will
be sold. The program will wind up with
a dance. The proceeds of the social are
to be used for the care of the graves of
veterans buried in this county, by put
ting a neat, little iron fence around
each grave, and other decorations, so
thSt the grave will be recognized as the
last resting place of these patriots that
sayed the nation.
Last Friday night Willamette Falls
Camp, No. 148, Woodmen of the World,
elected the following officers for the en
suing term: Consul commander, S, S.
Walker; vice-consul commander, E. F.
Kennedy; clerk, G. OUls; banker, I. D.
Taylor; manager, J. W. Boatman; es
cort, C. F. Buckles; watchman, J. Sha
dle; sentry, 0. L. Gossler; musician,
Professor Betzel. A large delegation of
Woodmen will visit Webfootcamp in
The Pyramids gave a grand entertain
ment and open meeting, followed by a
dance. About 60 members of the order
came up from Portland, and participa
ted in the social festivities. Head Or
ganizer Rolles delivered an interesting
address on the good of the order. Miss
Nina Caplea played a piano solo, Frank
Confer gave a vocal solo, and Miss Ne
myre sang a solo with zither accompan
iment. Knott's orchestra " also played
several selections. Refreshments were
served. About 150 people were present.
Falls View Encampment," I, 0. 0. F.,
had initiation work at the meeting held
Tuesday night. Next Tuesday night a
delegation will go to Portland to assist
Ellison Encampment in conferring de
grees. Milwaukie Grange had a very inter
esting and profitable meeting last "Satur
day. Degrees were conferred on several
candidates. This grange is prospering,
and now has about 70 members.. They
are making preparations to give a drama
iu January entitled, "Won Buck."
Falls City Lodge, A. 0. TJ. W., initia
ted two new members last Saturday
The independent citizens of Orem
City will hold their convention at Wein
hard's hall at 7:30 p. m., Tuesday, Nov
ember 28, 1899, for the purpose of nom
inating candidates for mayor and treas
urer and one councilman from -ward No.
1, for a term of three years, one council
man from ward No. 2 for a term of
three years, three councilmeu from
ward No. 3, one fur a term of three
years, one for a term of two years and
one for a term of oue year to be voted
for at the city election to be held on
Monday, December 4, 1899.
All are cordially invited to be present.
A. 8. Dresser,
T. F. Cowing,
Go. W. Gta;e,
j. U. Campbell,
(Corrected on Thursday.)
Flour Best $3.003.25 ; graham
Wheat Walla Walla 5657c; valley
57c58; blueetone 59c.
Oats White 3435c; gray 32 33c.
Barley Feed $16; Lrewirg $18 19.
Millstuffs Bran $17; middlings $22;
shorts $18; chop $16.
Hay Timothy $911 ; clover, 78;
Oregon wild $7.
Butter Fancy creamery 50c; sec
onds 4045c; dairy, 3542)c; store,
Eggs 28 -30c
Poultry Mixed chickens $3.004.50;
hens $4.005; springs $23 25; geese,
$56; ducks $57; live turkeys 12
13c ; dressed, 1416c.
Cheese Full cream 12Jc per pound ;
Youna America He.
Potatoes 50 and 60 cents per sack.
Vegetables Beets $1; turnips 90c
per sack; garlic 7c per lb ; cabbage $1.50
2.00 per 100 pounds; cauliflower 75o
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
45sc; Italian prunes 35c; extra
silver choice 56.
Corrected on Thursday.
Wheat, wagon, 49.
Potatoes, 50 cents per sai k.
Eggs, 30c to 30 per dozen.
Butter, 30 to 45 per roll.
Onions, red, 85c to $1 00 per ea k;
yellow, $1 to $1.25.
l. I 1. r) i 1
Dried prunes-Italians, 4c; petite
and German, 3c.
For Sai.k 5 acres of beaverdam land,
four miles from Portland court house,
ltj miles from Portland Heights; fine
garden land. Will trade for good city
property. Inquire at, Courier-Herald
Foresight Means Good Sight
; If there ever was a tmism it is exemplified in the
above headline. Lack of foresight in attending to the "
eyes in time means in the end poor sight. We employe
1 the latest most scientific methods in testing the eyes,
and charge nothing for the examination. Dr. Phillips,
.an expeftgraduate oculist and optican, has charge of our
optical department. .
A. N. WRIGHT The Iowa Jeweler
393 florrlson Street, PORTLAND, . OREGON
All the Time
The stock in the store of MARR ft UIR a
changed daily and they make a pe rally of
buying fresh goods often rather than to' keep
stale stock. It costs them more but they be
lieve in pleasing their customers.
Under new Mangermat
Only First-Class Restaurant
IN THE CITY
L. RUCONICH, Prop.
OREGON CITY, - - OREGON
Patent Flour, made from old wheat. It
makes the best bread and pastry and always
gives satisfaction to the housewife, Be sure
and order Patent Flour made by the Port
land Flouring Mills at Oregon City and
sold by all grocers. Patronize .
I J". MARKS to CO.
Produce and Commission Merchants
K Highest market price paid for Wheat, Oats, Potatoes,
wool, unions, Ureen ana lMea a ru'ts.-
Carload Lots a Specialty Any Place on the Line.
Call or write J. R. MARKS & CO., Canby, Oregon
YOU MAY NOT KNOW IT
But the Best Stock of First-Class
Goods to be Found at Bottom
Prices in Oregon City is at
F. H. CROSS, Harnessmaker
. DEALER IN
First-Class Kande r Machine Muiit harness
Sboe Repairing a Specially.
Q Cj T OlVf OR "F! ClO
PIONEER CUT- ATE DRUGGISTS
IIeadqarters for igs and Chemicals, Compounding of Prescriptions
and Receipts .
Lowest Trices on Pat Medicines, Brushes, Soaps and Rubber Goods
151 3RD ST., NE5. MORRISON ST., PORTLAND OR.
a niiairt iinr-
ol Cakes, Pies, and other dainty things
for the table are baked fresh every day.
Each is as carefully made as though it
was done under the most particular
housekeeper's supervision. And the
ingredients ,used ar better than most
housekeepers can afford to buy.
Can we Berve you with our delicious
HEINZ A. CO.,
Bakers and Grocers,
Opposite PoEtoffice - Oregon City
Seventh Street, Opp. A. O. r. W. Hall
ORKUON CITS', ORKOOJT