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OREGON CITY COURIER-HERALD. FRIDAY, JANUARY "53 1901
5 Unpredccedent Values
S In dressgoods during our BIG CLEARANCE SALE.
I 750 Yards
y& Of 37-inch cottons and wool crepons in colors, (ro blacks)
15 cents and 20 cents values; big clearance price, 9 a yard,
Absolutely fast colors.
1 637 Yards
Of all-wool pinhead checks, donble fold; worth 39 cents
yard; big clearance sale price, 19 cents a yard.
Of 42-inch colored novelties (no blacks), 35 cents values;
big clearance sale clearance price, 19 cents. . Expec
Qf 58-inch Oxford gray skirting, zibeline finish, elegant
material for rainy-day skirts or working dresses, worth $1
Biggest dress goods bargains ever offered in Portland,
Capes, furs and jackets at half-price. See us to-day.
McAllen & McDonnell
FXCLUSIVE DRY GOODS IMPORTERS
THIRD and MORRISON - - - PORTLAND, OREGON
J. M. Tracy was in from Logan Satur
day. James Baty was in from Molalla Wed
nesday. Silas Wright, of Liberal, was in town
J. D-ivis, of CUckauus precluct, was
in town Tuesday.
J. H. Werner, the Sandy blacksmith,
was in town Tuesday,
Mrs. Lftlie Jennings Miller went to
Salem Monday morning.
. B. Holcomb, of Clackamas, was in
Oregon City Wednesday.
J. Burgoyne, of New Era, was an Ore
gon City visitor Saturday.
D. R. Diruick, the Canby liveryman,
Was in Oregon City Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Mills visited
Salem this week on business.
J. EI. Vick, a prominent Molalla
far mer, was in Oregon City Friday.
M. Kraxberger and Mr. Weider, of
Macksburg, were visitors in town Wed
nesday. Mrs. P. G. Shark is at St. Vincent's
hospital, where ah underwent a surgi
F. M. Darling, who is a clerk on a
senate committee, spent Sunday with his
folks at home.
E. M. Hainos will leave in about a
week for Kansas, where he will reside
for the future.
J. B. Thomas, of the Albiny woolen
mills, was visiting his family here dur
ing the high water.
H. H. Johnson arrived from Seattle
M caul ay, where he is handling gravel for
Smyth & Howard.
Abner Oantwell, who was visiting hi
Ins brother and mot her, returned to
Carl rttndeinan and Frank Miller, two
prominent residents of Shubel, were in
Oregon City Saturday.
Rev. Isaac Dawson, forim-rly of this
city, l as accepted a call to St. PhiiI's
church, Bernicia, Calif.
VV. H. Alattoon, of Viola, now hoi. is
a position as janitor in the house during
, the legislature at Salrm.
Some people art- vjrv e;ny fitted and others seem to have
trouble in getting gl isse to miit. For those we have an
Eyemeter which i mid: by the JVins.oi Optical Compiny.
W have over 500 different lenses with this Instrument and
we .an fit almost any eye.
and Bargains $
Hinry Meldrum, Eli Maddock and
T. B. Hankins witnessed the senatorial
Vote at Salem Wednesday.
: County Judge Thomas F. Ryan went
to Salem Tuesday to witness the vote
for United States senator.
0. G. Huntley, Chris Sohuebel, W. S.
U'Ren and J. U. Campbell went to
Salem Monday to witness the senatorial
J. A. Roman has purchased two acres
of land near the Mount Pleasant school
house, and is fixing up the place and
Joseph Meindl 1 receiving many or
ders for hazel chips to be Used in clari
fying beer, only specially large
sizes are used.
Mrs. Adolphus Willey and children
spent several days visiting Mrs. VVillsy's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. White, at
0. H. Byland ' has returned ' from
Salem. He states that he did not ex
pect to secure a clerkship. Iu fact, was
not looking for one.
Miss Beatrice Grider, who has been
in a Portland hospital for some time is
again at her home at Clackamas Heights,
much improved in health.
Gottfried Wallace, of Highland, one I
of the prominent citizens of that place,
was iu town Tuesday and reports things
prospering in that section.
Charles Robiaon, son of William Robt
on of the Fair, is quite sice. Dr.
.Strickland has charge if the Case and U
doing all he can for his relief.
August Rinder, of Silverton, who re- I
sides near Jjilvertou, has Bold his prop- I
erty there and will make his Ivma with i
Paul Hussock for the present. j
J. VV. Hilton, of the Southern Pacific ,
car enter gang, has heen contined in j
in me company a hospital lor several i
days wuh an uuack of the measles.
Dr. Ihayer is ev'dently becoming
something of a farmer, us the Toledo
Leader states that they , assed through
ta:urday on the way to the upper farm.
W. V. Bradley and w ife starred a few
days ao for Coquille, but gave up the
trip at Rout-burg, as it was too difficult
to get over the uiouniaiiis at this deisuu j There will be a union of the Odd Fel
of the year. low lodges of Clarkamss county under
G.H.Oldenburg was up from Park- the direction of Falls Encampment No
place during the week, and reported 4 at Odd Fellows lull in Oregon City,
the height of the leent high water as on the evening of January 26.
18 feet above low water, 10 feet lower
than in 1S90.
George Brown's warehouse. '.at the
town of New Era, slid into the river
during the high water, causing a loss ofy
400 sacks of potatoes. The foundation
still remains intact.
Creston Brown, who had his eye hurt
some time ago, and has been under
the care of Dr. White in Portland, is now
fully recovered. No bad effects, what
ever, resu tea trom trie accident.
The Prineville Review says, that Rev.
Levi Johnson has an appointment to
preach on the following Sunday at that
place. Rev. Johnson was formerly sec
retary of the' Y. M. 0. A. of this city.
ProfeBBor Shrock came up from Oa
nemah Saturday to visit his family.
Mr. Shrock is teaching in Professor
Buck's place, who resigned to take up
something better. Woodburn Inde
pendent. Mrs A, J. Rathbun and son, of Mou.it
Tabor, Mrs. I. ' E. Solomon and son,
Miss Lindenbaum, Miss Rose Linden
baum and Mr. Note Lindenbaum visited
Mrs. William Robiann in this city
J. P. Forrester, of Eagle Creek, was
in. Oregon City Monday. He reports
that the four slides on Clackamas river
road will be repaired soon, so they can
come to Oregon City without going to
Mrs. G. W. Shank, who has been un
dergoing treatment in tha Good Samari
tan hospital, for the past five weeks, has
recovered sufficiently to be removed to
the home of G. W. Shank in this city,
where she is progressing nii-ely.
Rev. Jesse T. Huff, aged 86 years,
who has been a charge of the Baptist
church for the past year, was sent on
Wednesday by Rev. Deaven to the
George Nugent Home, a home for aged
ministers, in Philadelphia. Rev, Huff
was the first pastor of the Baptist church
of this city.
The many friends of Miss Laura E.
Beatie, a former teacher of the school
here, but now of Pendleton, will be
pleased to hear that she has been pro
mpted from 4th and '5th grades to the
8th with other high school studies.
She was tendered the position vit.hout
any solicitation ou her part and her
wages hnve been raised from $55 to $66
per month. Miss Beatie is well qualified
for the position.
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS.
A new roof haa been placed on the
Depot hotel building.
Born, to the wife of James Took, Janu
ary 17, a 10-pound son .
"A Beggar Prince," comic opera at
Shively s rrioay evening.
Bert Baxter is preparing to build an
other house on his lot at Green Point.
$")00 to loan at ft per cent on farm
property. Address A A, care Courier-
! The organization of the Rebeksh
lodge at Clackamas was postponed till
Rev. J. H. Beaven will preach Sun
day on "Queen Victoria from an English
Mr. Woods is building a new fence day, died at 5 o'clock Thursday morn
and wood house and is repainting his i ing. He never regained consciousness
house at Green Point.
It is rumored that the Gladstone car
will be taken off on February 1st and
the fare raised to 5 cents.
The McBride faction hnvn secured the
Salem Sentinel, which is now being
printed as a daily peroiul organ,
i If any subscriber haa hot received a
copv of rhe New Year number he should
' notify the Courier Herald ollice at once,
' P. Roos is remodelling bis building
on the corner of Eighth and Main
streets, with a view of putting in a res
taurant and Induing honee.
If you h ive any trouble in getting glasses to suit, Come in
aid we will test your eyes free of charge.
We h.ive Spectacles and Eye-Glasses in Gold, Gold-Filled
Nickel anJ Steel frames from 25c to $5.
Anna, the 10-year old daughter of J.
Hoff, of Canby, died in the city hospital
Sunday morning of typhoid fever. The
body was taken by Shank- & Bisaell,
undertakers, to Canby for burial.
Don't wait until you are down with
the grippe before checking that cough.
Baker's Toln, Rock and Rye will save
doctors' bills if taken in lime. O. G.
Huntley, agent. 50 cents and $1.00.
G. Bergman and Mr. Reber opened
a meat market in the Freytag building
at the corner of Main and 14th streets,
this week. Both have had experience
in the line of buying and selling meats.
Mrs. George T. Howard was called to
the bedside of her brother-in-law, S. N .
Rasmussen, who ia ill at Dayton, Tues
day. Mr. Rasmussen since leaving Ore
gon City has been engaged in the hard
ware business at that place.
Christian Science services are held in
Willamette hall every Sunday morning
at 11 o'clock. Subject for Sunday, Jan.
27, t "Love." Sunday school at 12:10.
Wednesday evening meeting at 8
o'clock. To these services all are wel
come. A creamery meeting was held at New
Era, and considerable enthusiasm was
displayed. Milk from 250 cows was
guaranteed. A meeting will be held
next Saturday to perfect an organization.
The permanency of the organization is
Eddie, the little son of Mr. and Mrs.
Julius . Moshberger, was taken to the
hospital in Portland last week, where
an operation for appendicitis was per
formed on him Friday. It has not been
learned what his condition has been
since (hat event.
The locAl order of Forester is prosper
ing to a remarkable degree. Past Dis
trict Ranger F. J. Meyer was presented
with a certificate from the grand lodge,
and five new members were initiated,
at the last meeting. Mr. Dowty is the
new chief ranger.
The German War Veterans held a
very interesting meeting in Portland
Sunday, representatives being present
from every section of the state. The
next meeting will b- held in Oregon
City, when steps will be taken to per
fect the organization .
A reception was given to Rev. and
Mrs. E. S. Bollineer at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Albright at Fri
day evening in honor of the 15th on
nlversary of their wedding day. It
proved a delightful social occasion, and
Rev. and Mrs. Bollinger were the re
cipients of an elegant lot of cut glass
ware, and other articles too numerous
to mention. The results of the party
showed the high esteem In which the
pastor and his wife were he'd
I. Skirwin, an employe at the lower
hatchery, met with a eerioua accident
Friday night, near that place. He was
cutting bark from a tree at the time of
the accident, when suddenly 60 feet of
bark eave way, and before he could get
out of reaoh.'fell on him, badly Injuring
his spine and back.
Word was received from Canby yes
terday morning that P. H. Miller, who
was run over by a lone engine while
riding a railway velocipede on Wednes-
from the time he received the fatal in
jury. He wa 55 years old, and left five
children. He was one of the oldeBt sec
tion foreman on the road, and had re
sided at Oanby for many years.
A meeting of the fishermen's union
will be held Saturday to hear report of
committee appointed to draft a bill to
be presented to the legislature, asking
that the Clackamas be an open river
during April and May, The fishe-imen
assert that traps and fisbwheels are
permitted to operate in the Columbia
river, while the fishermen here ae
barred from fiHhingnn desirable grounds
st aiiy season of the year. They ask
that they be allowed to fish two months
during the spring, as they are willing to
keep off the river during the fall run,
when the hatcheries are taking eggs.
i Macy & Moore
Have Opened a DRUG STORE
on Upper Seventh Street, and
will carry a full supply of r
I DRUGS and PATENT MEDICINES,
Also School Books and Supplies, F ine Stationery
Toilet Articles, Perfumery and Druggist Sundries
Paints, Oils and Varnishes.
Oar Drags are New and Pare, as we aim to procure
the Best only tor Compounding Prescriptions.
At Oregon City
Caufleld Bros., who now own the
Broughton sawmill, are putting a new
coverir g over machinery part of the
building, and experienced sawmill men
may be induced to take charge of the
His Wife Saved Him.
My wife's good advice saved mv life
writes F. M.- Ross of W infield, Tenn.,
for I had such a bad cough I could
hardly breathe. I steadily grew worse
nnder doctor's treatment, but my wife
urged me to use Dr. Kimi'a New Discov
ery for Consumption, which completely
cured me." Couihs, Colds, Bronchitis,
Labrippe, Phenmonia, Athm, Hay
Fever and all maladies of Chest, Throat
and Lungs are positively cured by this
marvellous medicince. 50c. and $1.00.
Every bottle guaranteed, Trial bottles
free at Geo. A. Harding's drug store,
When in tow n set your dinner at
Red Front Home. Meals 15 cents.
Old People Made Young,
J. 0. Sherman, the veteran edit, r of
the Vermontville (Mich.) Echo, has dis
covered the remarkable Becret of keep
ing old people young. For years he
has avoided Nervousness, Sleeplessness,
, Indigestion, Heart trouble, Constipation
and Rheumatism, by u-ing Electric Bit
ters, and he writes: "It can't be praised
too highly. It gently stimulates the
kidneys, tones the stomach, aids diges
tion, and gives a splendid appetite. It
has worked wonders for my wife and
me. It's a marvellous remedy for old
people's complaints," Only 50c. at
Geo. A. Harding'a drug store.
hi UN ' 11 1 1 1
3 NIGHTS 3
Thursday, January 24th,
""A BEGGAR PRINCE.'
Friday, January 25th,
"A TURKISH BATH."
Saturday, January 26th,
"A TURKISH BATH."
"The Play That has Made a Mil-
" lion Laugh."
"A PLUNGE-A SWEAT A
Singing ahd Dancing Comedians
Clever Soubrettes and Pretty
An Up-to-date Roaring Musical
Comedy in Three Long
PRICES, 10, 20, 30 CENTS.
If the frames of your glasses are bent or do not fit well, we
will gladly straighten them without charge, or if they are bro
ken and need repairing, we can repair them.
Our charges are reasonable.
The Fair Store
Goods sold at less than Port
land prices. ,
Here are a few prices:
Basting Cotton, formerly 2c. ic
Hooks and Eyes tc
Pins, per paper ic
Machine Thread, 3 spools for 10c
Radiant Crochet' Thread, all
colors, 3 balls for. .... , . . , 10c
Ladies' Underwear 23c
Children's " 18c
Men's " ........ 24c
" Overshirts. 25c
Children's Stockings 10c
Ladies' " 10c
Outing Flannel, best weight. 8c
I2c Muslin. . 10c
No. 12 Satin Ribbon.all colors 8c
$3.50 Rainy Day Skirts.. . .$2.80
$6.00 " " " .... 4.80
$4.00 All Wool " .... 3.20
$t.7S " " " 140
A good line of Misses' Skirts at
the same reduction.
All other goods at the same re
duction for the next 60 days.
Call and be convinced.
1. . , . -j 1
Bucklen' 8 Arnica Salve.
Has world-wide fame for marvellous
cures. It surpasses uy other salve, lo
tion, ointment or balm for Cuts, Coma,
Burns, Boils, Sores, Felons, Ulcers, Tet
ter, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Chapped
Hands, Skin Eruptions; Infallible for
Piles, Cure guaranteed. Only 25c. at
Geo. A. Harding's drug store.
For Over Fifty Fean
An Old and Well-Tried FeMkdy.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup hat
been used for over fiftjr years by millions
of mothers for their children while
teething, with perfect success. It
soothes the child, softens the gums,
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and is
the best remedy for Diarrhoea. It
pleasant to the taste, Sold by Drug
gists in every part of 1 the World.
Twenty-five cents a bottle. Its value is
incalculable. He sure and aak for Mrs.
Winslow's Soothing Syrup, and take no
' When you went a good square meal
go to the liruns ick restaurant, oppo
site suspension bridge, L. Ruconich
proprietor. Everything fresh and clean
and well cooked ; just like you get; at
home. This is the only Brut-class res
taurant in Oregon City and where you
can get a Jgood meal for the price of a
poor one el where.