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OREGON CITY COURIER-HERALD. . ' I , n. iooo.
1900 SPRING AN
Many are the needs that confront jmi with the ad vent of spring. It is con
cerning these requirements and how they may he secured with satisfaction and
economy, that we wish to speak. Our new stock is now ready and we desire
you to call and see our new spring line. The quality and style will toe apparent
and the prices will present their own argument. We offer:
m. - . ... C7
-Atlantic L L Muslin, j6. in. wide,
liest Cabot W, 36 in. wide, per yd
Lonsdale 36 in wide, per yd...... gc
.Rutledge, 36 in. wide, per yd. ... . 6c
-English long cloth, per yd 1 2c
Dairy cloth, 36 in. vide, per yd. . . Sc
iDark col'd calico good quality, yd .
indigo blue figured oil calico, best
JLight colored calico, per yd ..... .
Mourning prints, per yd.. ....... .'.
Cliambray finished prints, per yd.
Lawns, Percales, Etc.
IFigured Lawns, per yd. 5c
iDimities, Organdies, dotted
Swisses, etc., we offer many beau-.
Aiful styles ranging in price from
, 10c to 35c per yd
Checked apron Gingham, best qual
ity, per yd... . 5c
Jinglish Percales, best quality, 36
.in. wide, pei yd. i!2c
ffinglich Percales, 32 in. wide, per yd 10c
&)ress Ginghams, in" checks or
stripes, the correct thing for shirt
avaists, dresses, etc., per yd 10c
Satines, Shirting, Etc.
UViack satine, color guaranteed, yd. 9c
Henrietta satine, black, acid proof,
yd I2j4ct 15c and 2oc
3kst quality black brocaded satines
JSilkoline, for draperies, etc, 36 in.
wide, per yd .... 10c
'Colored bunting, per yd 5c
Good dark colored shirting, per yd 8c
Wide German shirting, per yd ... . 9c
'.Twilled black hide cheviots, yd.. I2c
Uest quality straw ticking, per yd. 10c
leather ticking, heavy, per yd ... . 1 8c
Wool cheviot, for pants, 40c yd, and up
Kentucky jeans, per yd. . . 15c, 25c, 35c
Ulack and colored cambric, yd 5c
Silcsias 10c, 15c and 20c yd
A thoroughly dependable corset is
the R & G. We show fourteen styles;
tastes vary in corsets and We have all
those makes and variations which par
ticularly appeal to individual prefer
ence as to comfort, ease, size and mat--erial.
We take pride in this department
because it represents not only what is
newest and best in seasonable fabrics
of every popular weave, but because the
prices attached are marked by a little
ness that cannot well be duplicated.
34-in. wide cashmere black and
colors, per yd. ............... . 15c
36-in. wide Henriettas, black an I
colors, per yd .' . 25c
28-in. wide fancy suitings, per yd. . 15c
30-in.wide colored brocaded fancies
per yd 20c
36-in. wide colored brocaded bril-
lianteens, per yd 25c
36-in. wide colored Armores, yd.';; 35c
30-in. wide cheviot plaids, per yd. . 18c
32-in wide novelty plaids, per yd. . 35c
36-in wide covert suitings, per yd. 35c
l2-in. wide navy blue serge, per yd 25c
42-in. wide black serge, per yd.. . . 25c
28-in. wide black brocadsd, per yd . 1 5c
3s-in. wide black brocaded brillian-
teens, per yd. 25c
36-in. wide black brocaded soleils,
per yd 40c
38-in, wide black all wool suitings,
per yd 50c
46-in. wide all wool serge, per yd . . 50c
50-in. wide gloria silk, per yd 1 00
Fancy black dress goods, prices
ranging to . .$1.50 per yd
Novelty suitings, in fancy colorings,
i.5oc, 65c, $1.00 and $1.25 yd
There is only one class and that is
the first in our spring and summer col
lection of shirt waists. Assortment
covers: Silk, Satin, Percale, Dimities,
Capes, we have a variety, many
new novelties in satin, silk and cloth.
Skirts, a popular line of the latest
spring attractions. Duck skirts, crash
skirts, white pique skirts, black and
colored wool skirts and silk skirts.
" ' Notions .
Pins, Eagle, American, per paper.. 5c
Large size safety pins, per paper. . 5c
Knitting needles, set of 5 5c
Hairpins, assorted sizes, per box.. 5c
Tape, medium and wide, 2 rolls for 5c
Finishing braid, per bunch 5c
Rick-rack braid,' per bunch 5c
Knitting cotton, per ball 5c
Embroidery silk, spool ic, or 6 for. 5c
Fast black darning cotton, 2 balls. 5c
Curling' irons, small 5c
Curling irons, large. 10c
Aluminum thimbles. 5c
Sheet wadding, 2 for 5c
Turkey red embroidery cotton, 2
balls for. 15c
Ladies' silk mitts,. . .15c, 25c, 40c, 50c
Nonpareil dress stay, per bunch. . . 10c
Corduroy skirt3 binding, black and
colors, per yd 5c
Velveteen skirt binding, black and
colors, per yd 4c
Sontache braid... 24 yds for 25c
Valencine edging.. ic yd and up
, Ladies' fast black cotton hove 10c
Ladies' black double hoel and toe,
2 pair for. . , , 25c
Misses' and children's heavy ribbed
double knees, 2 pairs for 25c
Men's seamless soxs, per pair 5c
M en's natural wool soxs, 2 pair for 25c
M en's fast black soxs, 3 pair 25c
S-lb. bunch, all colors, per bunch.. 95c
House Furnishing Goods
Unbleached table linen, 25c, 40c, 50c yd
Turkey red damask, oil finish, fast
colors, per yd ...... 2 5c, 3 sc and 50c
Bleached table linen, per yd
....... . ..35c, 50c 65c and 75c
Linen napkins, per set. ........ 30c up
Unbleached napkins, per set 25c
Cotton towels. 5 c
Turkish towels. 10c
Turkish towels, extra size, 2 for. . , 25c
All linen crash, per yd 8c, 9c, 10c, 2lc
Cotton crash, per yd.-. 5c
Turkey red table cloths, 75c, $1, $1.25 ..
Furniture cretones. . .7c. c, and ioc yd
' Lace curtains, per pair...
50c, 75c, $1, $1.25 and $2 00
Art Denim, per yd ............. . 1 5c
Window blinds, paper, with. dado, .
Hartshorn rollers... 20c
Window blinds, with dado, Hart
shorn rollers. 40c
White crochet quills,.
. 40c, 50c, 75c, $1, $.25 up to$3 50 . .
Ladies' dongola, lace, solid through
out $1 00
Ladies' pabble goat buttom 1 00
Ladies' dongola,. lace, stock tip'.', l SO
Ladies' vici kid, lace ........... 2 00
Ladies' kid, lace $2.50, $3, $3 50
Ladies' oxfords in tan or black. ...
- $oc, 75c, $, $t..?5.$t 50
Men's plow shoes, tap sole I 25
Men's genuine satin calf bals, -
solid throughout. I 50 .
Men's tan shoes 150
Men's dongola shoes 2 50 .
Men's vici in black or tan, $3, $3.50 $4
The variety of our stock in this
line is really remarkable and places at
the disposal of buyers the widest range
of choice in all the latest patterns and
styles in men's suits that this season
offers. Our children's department is
filled with choice styles of vestee suits.
In the boy's and youth's department we
have an immense line.
Child's satinet suits, braid trimmed $ I 50
Child's cassimere suits 2 00
Child's all wool cassimere suits. . 2 25
Child's all wool cassimere cheviot
or serge suits, ranging in price
from ,' $2.75 to 4 50
Men's satin suits......... 400
Men's cassimere suits. 600
Men's all wool suits, 7.50, 8.50, 10, 12 00
Men's black and fancy worsted suits
$9, $io,$n.5o,$i2.5o,$i4,$i$, 1600 1
Boy's long pants suits, sizes 14 to 20
years, price, $3.50, $4.50, $5 00,
$6.00, $7.00 and $8 00
Men's ox breeches in jeans, will
not rip, per pair . . ..... .... ... ; 90c
Men's cheviot pants.. 1 50
Men's cassimere pants, ,3 $3 00
Men's worsted pants,. . . .$2;50 to $4 50
Men's Furnishing Goods
Men's turkey red handkerchiefs. . . 5c
" white handkerchiefs ".. 5c
" suspenders. ... 15c, 20c and 35c
V white shirts ....... , 50c
" working gloves, wear resisters 50c
" sweaters 50c
" wool sweaters '. ... .$i"oo
" neg'igee shirts. 23c to 75c
" balbriggon u. wear, per suit. 50c
" fancy dress shirts.. .... 50c to 1 00
" collar buttons, per dozen Sc
Hats and Caps
Men's yacht caps. . .". .25c to 50c -"
satine caps ................ ioc
" Fedora hats, 50c, 65c, $1,$ 1,50
' " ' $2.00, $2.50, 3 00
Men's drtss straw hats. . . . . .25 to 1 00
" crash hats.. . . ...... ..25c to 75c
Our One Thought
In buying, our one aim in selling
. is to find your want and then
meet it as no one else can meet
it. We measure every value we
put before you carefully. Every
body knows just what to expect
and expects just what they find,
the very best at the very lowest
Suspension Bddge Coiner
Seventh and Main Sts.
OREGON CITY, ORE.
Several Interesting Events During
SLaat Saturday night was one of the
wotnblo eventful occasions in the his
tory of Fulls City Lodge, No. 59, A. 0.
.U VV. Grand Master Herren was pres
eut, and made a persuasive, practical
j.j.lea lor the good of the Older after the
,-juuior and workman degrees were cou
jforred oii two candidates. Then followed
social session, when hot coffee, sand
wiches and cake were served. After
dinner (--peedies were made by G. E
illayes, A. 8. DreSBer, Judge Ryan, C.
til. Iyo, and Herman Anthony, of New
SEra. A vote of thanks -was extended to
Tho Modern Woodmen gave an ex
cellent program and a successful dance
at Willamette hall Wednesday evening.
The crowd at the dance part of the pro
gram was said to have been the largest
that ever gathered at a similar enter
tainment. The musical pare of the pro
gram previous to. the dance was an in
strumental duet by Mr. and Mrs. J. P.
Tumey, a piano duet by Miss Nina Ca
pies, a vocal solo by Miss Mary Miles,
an instrumental duet by MrB. Tumey
and Miss Smith, and a solo by Mies Re
Jj'i'i as- Cheney Wedding.
A very pretty home wedding occurred
' the home of Mr. and Mrs. 0.;A,Chenev
I Myrtle Lodge, Degree of Honor, for the on Mam street, on trie evening ot A ril
sftrtktic and dainty manner in which the 6th, the ceremony being the marriage of
Miall was. decorated, and to Teter Net.- their daugbtei, Mies Lelin Grce
r Jir the -excellent lunch servtd. Cheney to Willis L. Johnson, of Claeka
Credit should also be given W. B. Wig-mas. Tlu solemn ancl in'eresting c 'te
nuis for active work In assisting in the
details of preparing and serving the
lunch; also for assisting Mr. Nehren to
1 wash the dishes on the following morn
ting. The women of the Degree of
Honor deserve special mention for the
tasty manner in which -the hall was dec
orated. There was a good attendance
of the horns members, and soveral mem
bera of G.tvel lo.lge at Oanby, were vis
i.ltors. .Mrs. A. S. Dreeser gave a delightful
church social. at her home last Friday
levelling. About 40 persons were pros
vxA. The principal feature of the enter
tainment was guessing at advertise
ments. The guessing contest will be
4 jou tinned at socials held each month.
jnd at the close prises will be awarded. '
fJtefrcHhuients were served, provided by
Mrs. Bert Alldredge gave a delight
VTul quilting party at her home last
jThuraday afternoon to a number of her
'tia)iyIriwid8. It was a successful social
t occasion lively conversation combined
r with needle work. The hostess served
"Misfi 3Sina Caples entertained her
.fflundny-Bchool class at her home Mon
. -day afternoon.
, Mra. Mary Jane Dickerson was the re-.-.oipient
of a-very pleasant surprise party
Sitthe hemefcer eon at Maple Lane last
LTUooday In Uonor of her 80th birthday.
i. An excellent dianor was served by the
. utiles at tbe noen hour. Those pres
nt were: Mesdames Dickerson, Davis,
IJu H. Flnnegan, Tainter, Shortlede,
fDisen and 0. Dickerson j Misses Mary
t aad Birdie Dickerson ; Messrs. Fred
XPiintar.. JJav Flnnegan, Oarl Dixon .
fSraaftun Dixon was the recipient of
.j t '. i.iji 1.
and valuable presents.
mony was performed by Rj . A. Mulli
gan, pastor of the Mount Tabor Metho
dist church. The bride and groom en
tered the room from opposite directions'
the following the minister until the bri
dal couple met and took their places un
der the floral bell, where the wedding
ceremony took place. The floral bell
was artistically arranged wiih white
flowers festeoned with evergreens reach-
tun to the corners of the parlor. The
bride was dressed In white organdie, and
carried a boquet of white carnations and
smilax. A splendid lunch was served.
The only guests present outside of the
relatives of the bride and groom, were
Miss Echo Samson, and Mrs. Blanche
Hulburt, ot Portland. Miss Cora John
son, of Clackamas, secured the nickel in.
the cake, and Miss Mollie Hinz, the ring
A number of valuable presents were re
ceived by the bride and groom, some o'
them coming from Chicago and Wiscon
sin, Mr. and Mrs. Johnson will reside
New wagon, new press drill, new
walking plow, single buggy or cash for
cattle of any kind. See John Erickson,
B irlow, Ore.
Hureadi Mkt WM.lrlr
When things are "the best" they be
come "the best telling." Abraham
Hare, a leading druggist, of Belleville,
0., writes: "Electric Bitters are the best
sullititf bitters 1 have bandied in
vears. Yon know why? Most diseases
Win in disorders of stomach, liver,
kmneys, Dowels, mood ana nerves.
Electric Bitters tones up the stomach,
regulates liver, kidneys and bowels,
purities the blood, strengthens the
nerves, hence cures multitudes of mala
dies. It buflds up the entire system.
Puts new life and vigor into any weak,
sickly, run-down man or woman. Price
60 cents. Sold by Geo. A. Harding,
A very pretty informal wedding oc
curred at the Evangelical church of Ore
gon City, on Sunday morning, April 8,
at 8 o'clock, when Miss Minnie Harring
ton, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Ed-vard
Hairington, of Oregon City, was united
in marriage to Mr. John S. Copley, of
San Francisco, by Rev. 8. Copley, uncle
of the groom.
The altar was prettily decorated for
the occasion with flowers and potted
Promptly at 8:30o'clock,to the strains
of Lohengrin's Wedding March, played
by Miss Pearl Copley, the bridal party
p:ssscd up the aisle, led by the little
ring bearer, Wava Harrington. They
were met at the altar by the minister,
who, with an impressive ceremony ,soon
joined two hearts as one. .
After congratulations, Mr. and Mrsv
Copley entered a carriage and were
driven to 8th Btreet, where, amidst
showers of rice, they boarded the car for
Portland, from whence they departed on
the 11:15 train for Seattle. A short
time having been spent there and at
Victoria, thoy will goby water to San
The bride looked charming in a travel
ing suit of delicate pearl gray ith pink
silk waist and white chiffon tie, with
hat and gloves to match.
They were the recipients of many
beautiful and useful presents.
Miss Harrington graduated at the
Monmouth normal school iu 1395, and
has since been one of Clackamas coun
ty's most successful teachers. She
leaves among us a host of warm friends,
who unite in wishing her a happy voy
age on life's sea.
air. Coply is an enterprising business
man, associated with the firm of Kim
bait & Co., of San Francisco, and an ex
tensive mine owner.
These two young lives together wrought,
xsew years Degnn, a new nome given,
Transfused in mini, in heart and tho't
'Tis 1 sweet type of heaven.
Dear Lord, oh keen them near to Thee :
To them a deep, sweet peace be given ;
00 living rure inai eacu snail ce
The spouse of Christ In heaven.
Those present were: Mr. and Mrs.
h. Harrington, Kev. ami Mra. S. Coo-
ly, George Harrington, the Misses Pearl
(Joulev. Ivv. lViirl and Vaw ilarrin,
su I ton, Mr. and Mrs. 0. D. Story, Mr. and
Mrs. fc. t. btory, Mr. and Mrs. F
Welsh, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Heckart.
the Misses Bessie Hamilton, Alice Kirk,
Myrtle Taylor, Anna Story, Jennie
Tate, Mav, Jessie and Ora Young,
Madge Hill Athleen Hutchinson. Bossie
and A Hie Grout s Mrs. J. 0. Taylor, Mrs.
narringion, Mrs. w. v. loung, Mrs. R,
K. Walker, Mrs. J. Grout, Mrs. C. A.
Frost, Charles Rutherford. William
Peltier, A, Chapman; Mils Calla Horn
ehuh. ' Mrs. E. F. Story.
Anotlier of L. L. Porter's Dirty
The republican county convention, as
all remember, paseed a resolution in
dorsing A. S. Dresser for joint repre
sentative with Multnomah county, and
also one agreeing' to give the county
printing to the lowest bidder. Porter,
being past master in knavery and fear
ing the county commissioners to be
elected will be stubbornly honest, has
been promised the contract, for two
years' printing (remember, the tax pay
ers to pay Porter for his dirty work) if he
will down Dresser and secure the nomi
nation of R. Scott in his stead for repre
For the last two days Porter has been
working teeth and toenail trying to de
liver the goods for Scott. Does Porter
or Scott think they are the whole county
and the whole board? We are satisfied
the other members of the board are up
right and men of sense, and would not
permit such a trade if they knew the
promises of Scott.
This goes to show, as the Courier-
Herald has always said, that Porter will
not do anything that is fair. He evi
dently believes that trickery and decep
tion form the golden rule of business
New walking hats and sailors
opened. Miss Goldsmith.
The following is report of the Meadow
biook school in district No. 11, for the
month beginning March 12th and end
ing April 6th:
Total number enrolled, 24.
No. of days taught, 20.
Total number of days'attbndance,444.
No. of days' absence, 30.
Average daily attendance, 22.
No. cast's tardiness, 6.
No. visitors during the month, 6,
Those who were neither absent nor
tardy are: Royal Trullinger, Otto Hofs
tetter, Ray Stewart, Cleve Stew art.Mel
vin Stewart, Annie Domson and Etni-
he Hofa'e !er.
Parents and all those interested in
educational work are cordially invited to
visit and inspect our work.
James F. Mitts,
Four housekeeping rooms for rent. In
quire at Courier-Herald office.
Get your Easter bonnets of Miss
Goldsmith. Prices best and styles the
Clfeney, the photographer, is now
making stamp photographs.
Watch for Miss Goldsmith's grand
display ot millinery goods.
School closed in'distiict No. 35, Mo
lalla, on March 30, with an entertain
ment in the evening. A large audience
was preeert and the following program
was carried cu' successfully:
MiiBic by orchestra, Messrs T. L.
Dibble, Guy Dibble, M. Boyles, George
Adams, A. Smith and Miss Ina Dibble.
Song, "Vacation," school.
Recitation b Blanche Harleste, "Tak
Recitation, Christopher Vick.
Dialogue bv little girls,"Which Would
Y01 Rather Be?"
Recitation bv Alta Ramsby.
Dialogue by boys, "What I'll be."
Music bv orchestra. '
Dialogue, "All About Two Dolls,"
Hazel Hnngate and Zella Adams.
Sorg bv Edna Adams, "Pussy Cat."
Recitation, "The Pride of Batterv B,"
Quar'.et, ""Don't Scold thi Bys."
Messrs. Adams, D. C. and M. Boyles
Dialogue, "School Discipline," Wil
liam Vick and Lorena Ramsby.
Recitation by Bessie Oswalt, "The
Recitation by Joseph Yenny. "John
Dialogue, "Last Davsof School." Vera
Kayler, Bennie Cole, C. Vick and Gil
Recitation bv Emma Vick.
Club drill by Miss Patty and Charles
Trio, "Violets," Bertha and Gertie
Adams and Beulah Hungate.
Dialoeue, "Where is the Noise in the
Drum?" Rex Stnbbs and Alice Cutting.
Quartet, "Patter of the Rain."
Recitation by Joseph Harless.
Music by orchestra.
Dialoeue, "Noted People," by Edna
Vick, Mabel Dungan, Beulah Hungate
and Nellie Yenny.
Music by Eugene Ogle.
' How Dewey Took Manila, or Young
America Expanding." nine boys.
Solo by Mrs. Wavne Robbing, "The
Cottaseon the Hill."
Dialogue, "Is it Manly to Smoke?"
Bert Perry and Lloyd Shaver.
Song, "Now the Happy Time Has
Reading, "A Surprise Party," Edna
"Home, Sweet Home," quartet.
Days taught, 18.
Average daily attendance, 46.
Average number belonging, 48.
Times tardy, 21.
Number of visitors. 30.
Roll of honor, first term Carrie
Schatzman, Grace Schatzman, Edna
Vick, Edna Adams, Gertrude Adams,
Dana Austin, Otis Engel.
- Roll ef honor, second term Bertha
Adams, Beula Hungate, Hazel Hungate,
Mabel Dungan, Vera Kayler, idna Ad
ams, Gertrude Adams, Grace Schatz
Those present every day during the
six months school, without being tardy,
are: Grace Schatzman, Gurtrude Ad
ams, Edna Adams.
Charles Rutherford, PrimipiL
Fi.ore.scr Pattt, Assistant.
(Corrected on Thursday.)
Flour Best $2.703.00; graham
Wheal Walla Walla 5354c; valley
53c54 ; blueetone 55c.
Oats White 3G37c J gray 33 34c.
Barley Feed $14; brewir-g$17 18.
Millstuffs Bran $12; middlings $19 ;
shorts $15 ; chop $14.
Hay Timothy $911 ; clover, 78;
Oregon wild $7.
Butter Fancy creamery 50c j sec
onds 4045c; dairy, 8037c, store,
Poultry Mixed chickens $3.004.50;
hens $4.005; springs $23 25; geese,
$56; ducks $57; live turkeys 12
13c; dreesed, 1416c.
Cheese Full cream 12gC per pound ;
Young America 14c.
Potatoes 50 and 79 cents per sack.
Vegetables, Beets $1; turnips 90o
per sack j garlic 7c per lb ; cabbage $1.50
2.00 per 100 pounds ; cauliflower 75c
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
45gc; Italian prunes 35c; extra
silver choice 56.
, ORKQON CITY.
Corrected on Thursday.
Wheat, wagon, 45.
Potatoes, 50 and 60 cents per sack.
Eggs, 1 per dozen.
Butter, 35 to 50 per roll.
Onions, red, 85c to $1 00 per
yellow, $1 to $1.25.
Dried apples, 5 to 6c per pound
Dried prunes Italians, 4c;
and German, 3c
Cameras and op to-date photo sup
plies at Charman & Go's. Ray filter at
That Throbbing Hedohe
Would quickly leave you if vou use J Dr.
King's New Life Pills. Thousands of
sufferers have proved their matchless
merit for Sick and Nervous Headaches.
They make pure blood and build up
your health. Only 25 cents, Money back
if not cured. Sold by Geo. A. Harding,
, To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablet?.
All druggists refund the money if i
fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signature,
is on each box. 25c.