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About Oregon City courier=herald. (Oregon City, Or.) 1898-1902 | View Entire Issue (April 13, 1900)
In a spring suit, the width of a seam, the
size of a button or the location of a pocket
may sometimes determine the up-to-datenes3
of thegarment. We give the closest atten- .
tion to all the little kinds of fashion.
PRICE BROS. '
Leaders In Low Prices.
i YOU MAY NOT KNOW IT
But the Best Stock of First-Class
Goods to be Found at Bottom
Prices in Oregon, City is at
Under new Management .-' ,
Only First-Glass- Restaurant
IN THE CITY '
L. RUCONICH, Prop.
OREGON CITY, - - OREGON
You will have a small
grocery bill by trad
Marr & Muir's
The Seventh Street Meat -Market
BROWN BROS. Props.
Keeps nothing but first-class meats
and sells lower than others.
The Old Stand, Seventh Street, A. O. U. W. Building
. OREGON CITY, OREGON.
JL. i i ij (w
The very latest in Millinery
which come and see at
Mrs, ME. Hamilton's
Red Front Store,
nI had female trouble for eight
years," writes Mrs. 1 J. Dennis, of
828 Sast College St., Jacksonville,
Ills. Words cannot express what I
Buffered. sought relief among the
meaicai profession ana jouna none.
Friends urged me to try Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription. When I com
menced taking this medicine I weigh
ed ninety-five pounds. ' Now I weigh
one hundred and fifty-six pounds
more than I ever weighed before. I
was so bad I would Tie from day to
day and long for death to come and
relieve my suffering. I had internal
inflammation, a .disagreeable drain,
bearing down pain, and such distress
every month but now I never have
a pain-do all my own work and am
a strong ana nealthy woman."
Sick women ate invited to consult Dr.
Pierce by letter free. Corresoondence pri
vate. AddreM Dr. R.V. Pierce. Buffalo. N. Y.
There was a road meeting at the
'choolhotise Saturday night in which $'20
was subscribed This makes nearly
$200 subscribed. One-half mile of
plank by the county court will be put
down beyond the Benson place. .
Mrs. J. Kimball and chilcrena-e vis
iting relatives and friends.
B. C. Ooulright was here over Sun
Redland has two new families moved
to this place. One family has taken the
Berkey place and the other family the
Dresher place. There are still five va
cant places here. -
Charles Hicinbotheui is workingx fir
Quarterly meeting for Viola district
will be held at Redland M. E. church
on the 10th and lllh,inst." ,
Edgar Brock is getting a piece of land
cleared for Mr. Allen. He has taken the
contract to clear eight acres.
It would be a good idea for all voters
to read the article in the third column
of page 6, under the " head of "Colossal
rauds," of the Weekly Oreizornan ol
April 6, 1900, and think it o er.
April 9. W.S.
Edward Bradtl and father made a trip
t) Canby Saturday.
Several oT the boys rode to Canby en
the blind baguage Saturday night, but
they had the fun of walking back.
Alias Anna Shefuhick was visiting
friends in Portland a few days a.jo,
Mrs, Rinearson was the guest of Mrs.
April 9- v Pewev.
Farm for Sale. -113J4
acres situated between Redland
school! ouse and Cutting's - mill,
about one mile more or hlees
from the Redland school ouse
and Bethel Presbvlerian church to the
place called part of Mosiei s old do
nation claim ; about 25 or 30 acres under
plow, ppring of water on one corner,
part wi h good timber. Will sell cheap.
$1300.00. About ten miles from town.
Wm. H. Reus
Canby ullinery Store
Miss Ethel Whitlow, Prop.
A full line of Ladies' and Mii-se'
Hats, and Children's wear. Pattern
Hats Novelties, Etc. Hats trim
med tq order. Prices re so: avle
DCFAM TIME SCHEDULES AMIV1
torn From Port ins. no
rut Suit take, Derive., Fast
Mali Ft.Worth, Omh4 Hail.
Iiwp.ni. Kaneae City, tv l:ttp.m.
Spokane Walla Walla, Ipe- Bpoian
Tlykr kene, Mlnneapo- flyer
:451p. m. Hi, St. Paul, JDu- I As. at
Chicago and Kast
liM . Ocean Steimihlpi 4 :00 p. m.
Ball every Ave dayt.
S:0tp.a. Columbia River 4:00p.m.
Sx. Sunday stiamtri. Ex. Sunday
Saturday A .
iM p, m. To Aitorla and Way
tttoa.m. V ilil P ( t1( I ill' :p.m.
uHmiif Clu(r (!(J. ,lv. Ex. Sunday
' if filn ,1i f"i
Iclt'UM & Wt
;00.m. WMIanierla and Yam- : i
tmei..j0Ur. sHlilora. Mon-Wod.
sal tat. . and Fri.
Oron City, Pay.
ton, A Way Land-
tm.m. WHIaeiettt IlvOf. 4Jlp.m.
fast That Tues.. Thar,
sad taa. Portland to Corral- and Bat.
lis A Way Land-
Iff. UpaiU Soata llwr. LTUwlftoa
1:20 a.m. Kiparls to Uwiston ' ' 1 .'
"Bridles were slackened and girths were burst;
But, ride as they would, the king rodefirst,"
Because he rode a. bicycle.
H. W. Jackson
Gunsmi h and Bicycle Repairer
' Brazing frame $1 00
Fork tips 50
First-class stock of bicycle supplies anJ sundries
cheaper than any other house in the county.
W. H. HURLBURT,
neral Fauenf er Aseot. Portland, Of.
D. R. Dimick has erected a new wind
mill near his livery barn, which is a de
cided improvement to h is property. .
Otto Kvane, Blaine White and Andy
Knialit vU-ited the Oieaon City A. O. U.
VV. lodi;e and were rkht royally enter
tained. , . . -J. -
Bob Cole came up from Portland and
pent Sunday with his parents.
Sam Pheiiley, Sam and Albert Cox
and Gladstone Stevens have gone to
Cottage (J rove to work in the tie camp.
Mrs. Rhoda Bestow died at her home
1 Canby on Monday, April 9th, at 2
cluck a.m. .aged 81 years. Funeral
services were held at hef late residence,
Rev. Duulap officiating, assisted by Kev.
.YicLaculan, ol St. Helens.
Born To the wife of D. R. Dimick, a
son. Mother and child doing well. .
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Rosen krans made
business trip to Portland Tuesday,
The ladies of the Christian church
gave an ice cream social in Knight's hall
Wed leeday night. - ..
Miss Etta Clayson is visiting Mr,
Wh'pple'j family this week.
Mrs. L. Rogers has received a letter
from her son, Allie. who has a position
at $90 per mouth as stenographer with
one of. the largest manufacturing estab
lishments in the country.
Mr. Devoe's friends will be pleased to
learn tliat his health is improving at the
soldieis' home in California.
Mr. Holmes has opened a harness
shop in the building adjoining Smith's
meat maiket. .
The Canby nine beat the Butteville
balltossers 17 to 3 on the new grounds
ast Sunday. The new team will play
the old stiffs next Sunday. Game called
at 2 p. in.
- Glad Tidings.
The weather has been stormy for the
The rain an l hail have caused quite a
delay in farming for the past week.
Miss Pearl Ridings has gone to Silver-
ton, where she will visit friends and
There will be se vice3 at the - M. E.
church Sunday at 7 :30 p. m. Rev. Luce
There is -prospect of a change here
in the futare, as Steve Phillipppi was
seen in oar town on Sund.iy evening a
short time ago. ,
The Misses Carrie and Katie Ridings
returned to saiera; t unday.
We are badly in nee 1 of a road super
visor, as the young man say tho road
are almost impassable after night.
Our school begin Monday, April 9,
wun f rot O. JJ a )v as teacher.
Grandma Jackson is quite ill with an
attack of the giippe. ,
- There are some hopes of having good
road here this summer as some of the
ciiins have started to work on the
road between the church and Mo'alU.
A few day 8 ago the mountains were
white with sno. -
Percy Adams intends to p!o v up bis
nop yard tins spring.
There was quite a change in the
weather Monday night, and if we have
another such cold snap the fruit will be
damaged to some extent.
Williaai Jackson made a ti ip to Wood,
Scalp Cleaner, and 'with
cleanliness comes beauty.
Mrs. N. J. Bell, Box 60, University
Place, Omaha, Neb., writes: "Every
head should be shampooed frequently
with this wholesome remedy."
After each shampoo, when the hair
Is thoroughly dry, the scalp should ba
treated with Seven Sutherland Sisters'
Hi1-Grower. ScM by all druerists.
G. T. Beebe is moving over to his new
ranch near Marmot this week.
C. E. Batv went to work for Cumminr
& Cole near Bull Run yesterday.
T. J. Stone is reported on the sick list.
Mies Effle Vanderhoff has been quite
sick for several days.
There was a light fall of snow here last
Saturday, but melted in a short time
D. Revenue was doing some work on
his ranch last week in planting potatoes
nd sowing grain.
The Sunday school has not been very
successful so far.
Miss Grace McKerron is attending the
teachers' examination so there is no
school this week.
Mrs. Annie Rillie, of Portland, is vis
iting her mother, Mrs. Stone.
April 10. J. F.
Union Hall. '
Frank Ileavner, one of Illinois most
popular teachers, was visiting friends in
tins place iaet week. -.
John Burns was the guest of Fred Re
noud and family last Sunday. -.
L P. Burns went to Portland hut
week, , v
Quite a number of young people from
this place attended the dance at Liberal,
April 4. All report a good time. -
H. J. Phelps is now employed at Ad'
School commenced here on April 2,
Miss Henrietta Lucretia Hess Is slay'
ngwith Mrs. William Parker. '
Oscar Striker commenced working this
week at Adams iiawmill.
Alex Names, of Mt. Pleasant, was vis
iting at the residence of John Burns laBt
Mrs. Minnie Houghman, of Portland
was visiting her aunt, Mrs. Nancy J
Burns, of this place, a few days last
This kind of weather is the time to
make garden and give the weeds a good
enance to grow.
April 9. Backwoods
The roads are getting dusty in gome
Ed Sculak and Waller Mead started
for Eastern Oiegon Friday.
Mies Katie and Wilbur Newbury and
Oscar Burgoyne made a trip to Oregon
City Sunday on their wheels.
Mrs Minnie Hougham. of Portland
was vieiting. friends and relatives in New
Era last week.
Charlie Small was the guest of Mrs
Slyter the past week.
There will be a dance at Anthony
hall Saturday, April 14. Everyone is
invited to attend.
Mrs. J. Reif made a trip to Oregon
"We art elad to hear that Pearl Chinn
is improving slowly.
Mr. Boggus was visiting friends in
Mrs. Mary Streiglit is on Ihe sick list.
Born On Agril 2. to the wife of Mr
Kylo, a son : on April 3. to the wife of
George Brockart, a son ; on April 6, to
tne wile ot John isctiwdbaner. a son.
will report some more reenforcoments
for the Boers later, but hope that the
British will "tick" home after hearing
OI lliese. ANTI-liltlTIBIl
comes from the use
of the famous
A Good Thmgeeee
When you deal with us we are going
to do our tip top best for you. No half
way business about it. We are going to '
et. you the best there is and get it to
you as Just as it's humane to drive.
When yot want something really good
that you can't find anywhere but in
your imagination, come to us. We will
name it andprocuie it for your table
"1 he 7th St. Qrocer
Harding Block, Oregon City
Pound for Eastern hams,
t Pound for fine bacon.
Found for best breakfast bacon.
5 pounds of fine lard.
19 pounds best granulated sugar.
10 po.:nd box best soda crackers.
10 pounds rolled oats. -
2 bottles fine catsup.
Pound good French prunes.
Joseph Kuerten's Bakery and Confectionery
Fine Bread, Pies, Cakes, Cookies, Etc., Fresh Every Day
Special Attention Given to Private Parties
Seventh St. Telephone 439 - Oregon City, Ore
Foresight Means Good Sight
If there ever was a truism it is exemplified in the
above headline; Lack ol foresight in attending to the
eyes in time means in the end poor sight. We employ
the latest most scientific methods in testing the eyes,
and charge nothing for the examination. Dr. Phillips,
an expert graduate oculist and optican, has charge of our
A. N. WRIGHT The Iowa Jeweler
393 ClorrUon Street, PORTLAND, OREGON
Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Reynolds and
family visited the letter's parents, M
and Mis. L. Heinz, Sunday.
A new machine shed and choppur
iiouee as going up,
George Mnrdock, who has been seri
ously ill, is now up and around again,
C. W. Da mm is working for a farmer
Louis Heinz Is back from Lexington,
seriously ill with grip.
Will Heinz left this morning for the
lower Columbia, whene be has a job In
a logging camp,
Professor George Strickland closed s
very successful term of school of nearly
seven months last Friday, the 6th inat.
Mr. Strickland is a man of good judg
ment and an abundance of patience and
his methods of leaching are up with the
times. He teaches the children how to
transact business, which is too often
neglected in our schools. There was no
literary program, simply class exercises,
as both rooms are preparing to give an
entertainment and basket s H'ial on the
evening of April 28. After the class ex
ercises he treated his pupils and visitors,
after extending an invitation to the pri
mary department, lie also gave a re
ward of merit to his pupils, a souvenir
containing the names of teachers of both
departments and euch pupil. He was
presented with many tokens of estee m
by his pupils, after which his pupils all
marched up and bid him good bye with
a hearty hand shake, all expressing the
wish that he might be their teacher next
term, A Patho.n.
6 room house, corner 3rd and Jefferson
Good location, city water and city lights.
Apply at the owner, R. Kokkner, Cor.
4th ind Madison.
, J, A; MuGLASHAN, Manager
Stores Oregon City and Portland
Had to no It.
Ho That chap dowu there on the
beach resclkd a lady In the surf yes
terday. SUe-IIow heroic and romantic!
Ho Not so much. He's a married
(nan and the lady was his wife. Phil-1
adulpbla North American. I
Exoarelon nates For Authors.
Author YoU have no Idea how many
stamps I use posting my manuscripts
to various editors.
.Critic-Very likely. I think thero
ought to be excursion tickets for manu
scripts at reduced rates. Tlt-BIts.
In Modern Term.
"Just as be entered the parlor and
was about to say 'Good evening' he
tripped over a rug," she said In telling
about It afterward.
"Foozled his approach," suggested
her golf playing friend. Chicago Post.
A Horrible Outbreak
"Of large sores on my little daughter'
head developed into a case of scaldliead"
writes O. I). Isbill of Morganton, Tenn.,
but Bucklen's Arnica Salve completely
cured her. It's a guaranteed cure for
Eczema, Tetter, Salt Uheum, Pimples,
Sores, Ulcers and Piles. Only ?ic at
Geo. A. Harding's.
Canae of the Trouble.
"You think, then, doctor, that mine I
a case of chronic dyspepsia?"
"I do, and I should advise your camp
"But that's what 1 have been doing."
Detroit Free Press.
nomatitlc Miss (addicted to poetry)
Oh, I'm Just lu love with Edgar Allan
Practical Adorer-Well, that's all
right He's dead. New York Weekly.
Problem Novel Writing.
"No one will know what you mean
by that paragraph," said the publisher.
"Of course not," answered the author.
"I don't know what I mean by It my
self." Chicago Post. ,
Eaellr Batlafled. I
"Mrs. Mlggs, did you go to lee the'
wild man In the show?"
"No; the tame men are wild enough
for tut." Chicago Itecord.