OREGON CITY COURIER-HERALD. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1901. 3 4tHltHIHMIttltHllltlMHMIIIIIttUtMIIH)ttMt ii Special Sale, ON r . Boots and Shoes FOR . . Next 90 General reduction in Shoes, some of which including children's Shoes at cost General reduction in all lines G. W. GRACE, On 7th and Center Sts. iMttinintittntimtMM' LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION. W. R. Garrett was in from Colton Tuesday. P, T. McCubbin was down from Logan yesterday. Fred Brown, of Logan, was in Oregon City Tuesday. E. W. Herman, of Molalla, was in town Monday. Fred R. Charman was up frcm Port land Tuesday. . John Gill, of Logan, was a visitor in the city Tuesday. . Hans Sphar. of Needy, was a visitor tn town yesterday. , . W. E. Thorn was up fiom Columbia tjounty yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mattoon were in from Viola Monday . J. L. Stewart, of Stone, was a visitor In Oregon City onday. T. M. Cross, of Molalla, was a visitor in Oregon City yesterday. ' - Mrs. E. S. Bfillinger returned from a Visit to Salem Wednesday. H. W. Trembath has returned from a several days visit at Salem. Mrs. J. P. Hines, of Seattle, is visiting her sister, Mrs. R. L. Holman. A. W. Oooke, of Damascus, was a vis itor in Oregon City Wednesday . Ralph Young and John Wright were tn from Milk Creek Wednesday. Charles Bauman, of New Era precinct Was a visitor in town Wednesday. Major Hungate and W. J. Shaver were in from Molalla Wednesday. Michael McManus, of Salem, visited friends here during the past week. Henry Meldrum went to Salem Wed nesday to seethe senatorial struggle. Harold Belt has returned after a . week's visit to his home at Corvallis. Richard Scott, of Milwaukie, came tlown from Salem Wednesday evening W. S. Hurst, the Aurora commission merchant, was in Oregon Oity Tuesday. J. Her mm, of Beaver Creek, was in town Wednesday with a load of produce. Frank Walsh was up fr6m Milwaukie for for a couple of days during the week. George J. Gregory, jr., the teasel grower, was in from Molalla yestenay. Mr. Mary White, of Portland, is vis iting her dauiihter, Mrs. Adolph Wil ley. County Judge Ryan went to Salem Wednesday to see the senatorial squab ble. William Vaughn and son, William Q. were in the city from Molalla Wednes day. W. C. Buckner, postmaster and mer chant at Highland, was in the city Tues day. Miss Olwen Edwards, of North Yam tiill'is visiting Mrs. 'Wm. Green this Week. Miss Celia Goldsmith is now in Sac Francisco, selecting a stock of millinery goods. George Hieinbotliem, a well known Redlaud farmer, was in Oregon City Tuesday. W. H. Iaiel, Sol Garrison and Charles Talbert were up from Clackamas Station Tuasday. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Jack, of Maiquam, were visiting relatives in the city during the wetk. Mr. and Mrs. W. M.. Robinson are again making their home on their West Side larm. E. T. White, of Damascus, was a rep resentative from that section in town yesterday. Mm. George T, Howard went to Ntw tra Wednesday to attend the Myers Engle wedding. Isaac Williams, of Molalla, was a vis itor in the city for a couple of days dur ing the week. Days PERSONAL Charles Birtchett, of Marquam, was in town Wednesday on business before the land office. Postmaster J. F. Deyoe, of Canby, was a visitor in Oregon Oity Tuesday and Wednesday. , Ben Doollttle and wife spent part of the week with Mrs. Doolittle's parents at Oathlamet, Wash. Ward Lee, of this city, has been vis iting friends and relatives in Oswego during the past week. B. Barlow, son of Mr. and Mrs F. T. Barlow, is very ill with typhoid fever at his home in this city. . Miss.Grace Robinson, of Clackamas Station, was visiting Miss Maude Butler for several days past. - t ' ' Mrs. G. W. Shaver, who had been visiting her son, J. R. Shaver, returned Ralph Baty, of Molalla, accompanied John Stubbs to the city this week, re maining a couple of days. Night Officer Ed L. Shaw has so far recovered the use of his foot, as to be able to walk around town. . Postmaster John Dennisou and P. E Snodgrass, of Meadowbrook, were visit ors in Oregon City Wednesday, W. Thornton, who has been employed in the state printing office for the past two months, returned yesterday. Mrs.T. P. Haynes and family departed for Grant's Pass Wednesday to join Rev Haynes, who is now located there. John Jennings has removed his family from Nampa, Idaho, to Portland, and was a passenger for Salem yesterday. J. M. Tracy and F. H. King were in from Logan Wednesday, bringing along a supply of cheese for local grocerymen. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Ellsworth, of Portland, were visiting her parents, Mr, and Mrs J, G. Pilsbury, ' during the week, Misj Bertha Goldsmith, of Oregon City, is at the bedside of her father, A Goldsmith, who is quite ill. Eugene Guard. -i Mrs. Robert A. Miller went to Salem Wednesday to attend the golden wed ding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. C. W Scriber. , James Shannon, of Beaver Creek, was in Oregon City Saturday. During the recent pleasant .weather he sowed 40 acres of oats. . ' 1 B. F. Ryan, Charles Blundell and Roy Sackett, of Riddle, Douglas county, were in town Sunday, bound for their respective homes. Dr. J. J. Leavitt, of Molalla was in the city Wednesday, attending the regu lar monthly meeting of the board of pen gion examiners. ' . F. M. Darling '.as closed a five and a half month's term of school near Logan, on account of measles and some deaths in the neighbordood. Willard V. Austen, who is well known throughout the county, leaves next week for Montana, where he has a position as principal of a school. A. Knanp has purchased the Bauer resilience property adjoining the dwel ling occupied by Fred Gadke, and ex pects to occupy it soon.. Jphn Confert;ame in from the copper mines, Skaminia county, Mash., the first ot the week, and reports consider able development work there. C. F. Palstoh, of the Jessie Shirley Company, was in town Tuesday. ,Mr. Rahton at one time resided at Barlow, and has many friends in the city. John Drescher, win has been era ployed in the paper mills for some time part, went to Monitor Wednesday morn ing to join his family on the farm. A birthday party was given Guy Red dick at the home of his parents on Thurs day evening in honor of his 17th birth day. A pleasant time was reported. Miss Lottie Whittington arrived from Ashland Sunday and went out to Spring water to be at the bedside of her father, William Whittington, who is seriously ill. , . W. B. Poyser returned to Seattle Tuesday, where he finds profitable em ployment in his line. He has been vis iting his family here for, the past two months. John Duffy, tte Floriston paper mill wood contractor, arrived home Tuesday morning for a couple of week's visit. He still has 35 men cutting wood in the timber in that section. Henry Oooke, who returned from Eastern Oregon about a month ago was taken ill on the day following his ar rival. He was out on the streets for the first lime Wednesday. C. W. Robinson, of Union Mills, was in Oregon City Monday making arrange ments for a public sale on March 1st. He will dispose of five head of cattle, some hogs, chickens and machinery. William Welch expects to start on his return trip to Alaska Friday, where he is runnings brick yard. He offered W. F. Harris, of Beaver Creek, $400 for his span of gray horses Tuesday. Har ris wanted $300. August Gebbardt, of Wilsonville, was in town Monday on his way for a short visit at Salem He has sold his farm of eight aces lying between Wilsonville and Stafford to G: Schmitke, of Scap poose for the consideration of $1000. Mayor G. B. Dimick attended the cel ebration of the 37th anniversary of Pth- ianism, observed by Hermes Lodge, K, of P. at Aurora Tuesday night. He made the principal address of the even ing. A banquet and dance were features cf the festivities. Miss Mary Homshuh has completed her term of school at Schubel, of which she has been principal for several weeks past. Miss Moehnkewas the primary teacher. Miss Hornshuh will begin an other term of school in the Holman dis trict, next Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Penington 'and daughter, Miss Mary, who have just re turned to Oregon after an extended trip through Southern California, were vis iting relatives in Oregon City several days this week. They left for their home at Alicel, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. George Bennett, who came from Lower California about a year ago, and were living at Clackamas Sta tion, Btarted " on thtir return trip Wed nesday night. HiB brother, James Bet- nett, who resides in Clackamas pre cinct, m a Clackamas county pioneer. LOCAL NEWS ITEMS. Uncle Tom's Cabin, Friday, Feb. 22. Wait for little folks cake walk, March 8th. Get your Seeds of A. Robertson, 7th Street Grocer. Born, in Oregon City, Feb. 16, toG N. Joe and wife, a son. Born, in Oregon City, Feb. 20, to John All dredge and wife, an 8-pound girl. The Socialist Club will meet at Sev enth Street Hall (over livery stable) on Monday evening, George Bingham and Frank Bier have bought the Oregon City soda works. Corvallis Times. Messrs. Shank & Bissell shipped two more car loads of potatoes to New Mexico They were of prime quality. Mrs. George Ely entertained a number of friends with an afternoon tea TueS' day. It was an enjoyable occasidn. A license to marry was issued to Fred A. Metzner and Julia A. Kirk by the county clerk of Multnomah, on last Thursday. The firemen's eighth annual ball to be given this (Friday) evening at the ar mory, promises to be an event of great magnitude. There will be songs, recitations and tableaux at Salvation Army hall Satur day evening, Feb. 23. Coffee and cake with pie will be served at 15 cents. One Ounce Our offer of a one ounce bottle of Extract of Vanilla free to every lady customer still holds good. As was explained last week we never offer our Extract of Vanilla for sale until it lias thoroughly ripened and matured. This ripening process would do Tonka B"an Extract no particular irood It always has a strong heavy oder and flavor anyway, but extract made from Mexican Vanilla has a different flavor entirely after (standing three or four months. You get 50 per cent more of this extract for your money than grocery store Vanilla. Will you try it? C. G. HUNTLEY, n 'AAAM c U .. DRUQQI5T. L. George W. Bingham, a practical busi ness tnCa of Corvallis, with experience in the soda water line, is starting up the soda works on upper Main street. Seeds I Red clover, alsike, timothy, orchard grass, blue grass, garden seeds, all kinds, bulk or in packages. j A. KORERTSON . William Dixon is making frequent shipments of fancy poultry eggs, since he carried off the lion's share of the prizes at the meeting of the State Poul try Association. The firemen got out novel lithographed dodgers for their ball on Fr'day evening It is needless to say that they were printed by the Courier-Herald, the u-to-date printers. In the probate court this week B. F. Linn was appointed administrator of the estate of James B. Barber, who died Oc tober 11, 1898. The value of the prop erty is estimated at $200. 1 Miss Flora Bluhm and Fred Fisher were married Tuesday at 3 p, in., Rev. Whitrock officiating. A free dance was given to all who. were present in the evening and all report a pleasant time. The Oregon City Rebekahs will enter tain the ClackamaB lodge of Rebekahs on Friday evening. Odd Fellows and their wives should not miss this treat, as the sisters never do things by halves. William Welch was here during the week purchasing heavy draft b orses for use in Alaska. He bought Drayman Dixon's span of mules, paying therefor $350. Large draft horses are in urgent demand. Preparations are being made for a little folks cake walk at the. armory on Friday, March 8th. Besides this a first class program will be rendered, after which dancing will be permitted. Ad mission 25 cents. Lost A Lewellen setter dog; all white except yellow spots about head and ears. Disappeared Monday, Feb. 11, 1901. Has no collar and will answer to the name of Carlo. Finder please notify C . Schuebel and receive reward Several boys were seen Sunday on a prominent Main street corner publicly displaying a fancy-colored glabS pitcher of beer. It is likely that had Mrs. Na- tion happened along about that time wLh her hatchet, Uie sidewalk would have been covered with colored glass. Commencing on Sunday, Feb. 24, Rev. A. Hillebraud will give a special series of instructions or inctures ; on Sunday mornings at 10 :30,conceruiug the divin ity of Christ; evenings on the question, "Is the Catholic Church Intolerant?" All non-Catholics are specially invited. The last quarterly meeting for this conference year will occur at the Evan gelical church next Sunday. Rev. J. E. Smith, P. E., of Portland, will officiate. The quarterly conference wll be held Saturday evening after service. Sunday services will be held at 11 a. m. and at 7:30 p.m. Workmen are finishing up the Oregon City & Southern Railway Co.'s line in the city limits, extending south from the terminus of the East Side Railway Co.'s line on Main street, The roadway is be ing planked for the full width, and the railway track and road will be in com plete condition by to-morrow. A fresh supply of Prussian Remedy Co. just received. Heave powder.cough and distemper cure, curine salve, horse liniment, worm powder, spavin cure, blister, lice killer and P. We pay one hall postage on heave powder and all the postage on small articles. . Oregon City. C. G. II untlkv, Agent, The Epworth League gave Miss Leo nora Williams a farewell surprise party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Kinder, Tuesday svening. Music, games and refreshments were features of the pleasant occasion. About 20 were pres ent. Miss Williams will accompany her stepfather and mother, Mr. and Mrs. L. Kirk, to Umatilla county. It is really astonishing to see the amount of farm produce that is being shipped by the various firms in the commission business in Oregon City. Potatoes, onions, poultry, green and dry fruits are being handled in the ag gregate, in extensive quantities. It is an evident fact that more farm products are being shipped from Oregon City, than at any former period in its history. Miss Nannie Paddock, of Clackamas Station, who is registar at the State University, was very badly frightened Monday afternoon by a demented man. He entered the office and asked if she had any money, and if she had, de manded that she give it to him. lie did not press the matter, however, and soon left. Miss Paddock, who was alone, was naturally badly frightened. The crazy man, says the Guard, left the building and when last seen was coining down the railroad toward town. Cynthia, widow of the late Charles AlLright, died at her home in Portland Saturday. The funeral occurred in Ore gon City Monday, tjie services being conducted by Rev. A. J. .Montgomery, of the Presbyterian church. The pall bearers were R. V. Wilson, George A, ILirding, George Broughton and Peter Nehren. The lnierment took place in' Mountain View cemetery. The de ceased was aged 70, and was a pioneer of the early 50s, and until a few years ago resided continuously in Clackamas county. Her late husband, Charles Albright, died about four years ago. Golden Mule Bazaar Stevens Bldg., Opp. NEW GOODS ARRIVING DAILY T 3fV Large stock consisting of thread laces, Valencinnes, Vict orh laces, Black and White Chantilly in various widths and styles. Muslin Under wear AU sizes of Night Gowns lVlUMin U nUCrWCdX, Chemisei Corset Covers, Draw ers, Underskirts, Etc., Etc., Etc., Gloves The Celebrated "Percy" Kid Gloves for Ladies, VJiUVCd; an the latest shades, guaranteed, $1.0. Belts e 'ate "atest Novelties in Silk, Velvet and c Leather Belts with gojd trimming and gold spikes hanging down side. TUrnt XJfc All the latest stvles for spring now on sale 1V1C11 & 1 ldx:, Large stock 0f CapS for Men and Boys. "Ractrtc All shapes and size for shopping, lunch, flowers Ud.bK.CU mnrket.Fancy work, Etc. Cl-vrtnii-pwT'urp Large stock of "Royal Steel," the fost grey VJraniieWd.rc, granite, also the Blue and White Enamel ed Steel Wa. ? a 4 prices. tfonerv cx f'es 1 ' ox PaPer Memorandum Books OiailUIlCiyj ajj sjzeSi T 0nojn pens j0C) 200 page Ledg ers, Journals or Day Books 24c. Golden Mule IBazaar Leaders in Advance Styles and Low Prices. She left six children among them Councilman Charles Albright, of this city. The deceased was held In the highest esteem by a wide circle of friends and the funeral services were well at tended. Bee the picaninnies cake walk at the armory March 8th. Lawyer Marks will be at the Opera House Friday, Feb. 22, in all his glory. County Clerk Cooper issued a marriage license to Pearl Woods and William O. Wood on Feb. 14th. A flag will be raised at the Elliott Prairie school house today (Friday) ac companied by appropriate exercises. ' Eggs have dropped down to 15 cents per dozen. In the Portland market they are quoted at 13 and 14 cents per dozen. Rev. J. Yorlais Richards, B. D., will preach at the Welch Congregational church at Beaver Oreek next Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. Oregon Washburn, a new arrival, has purchased a house and lot from R . L. Russell, paying thertfor $450. Howell & Evans engineered the sale. The county superintendent wili send out the eighth grade examination ques tions next Monday. The examinations will take place on the following Thurs day. , C. W. Robinson, of Union Mills, who advertised a sale of farming Implements and stock to take place on March 1st, has decided not to sell, and the sale will be off. Don't miss seeing "Eva's Golden Char iot." a '"glitteringgem" costing over 3, 000, to be seen in the grand free street parade given by the Ed F. Davis Uncle Tom's Cabic company. Shows may come and go, but none seem to stand the test as well as Mrs. Stowe's immortal historical novel, "Uncle Tom's Cabin." The grand pa rade, the finest ever witnessed . Rev. George Hill, who is to speak at the Baptist church Sunday morning will illustrate his lecture with curios he has brought t from China and Japan. Mr. Hill was driven out of Western China with other missionaries some four or five years ago and has since been laboring in Japan. He will tell of his experiences there. The promoters of the co-operative butcher shop held a meeting in in the Redmen's ball last Saturday night, which was welt attended, and consider able interest manifested. It was found that the required amount of stock had been subsciibed, but the names had not been properly placed on the stock book. It was decided to remedy the matter at once and proceed with the organization. Harvey Gibson was in from Eagle Creek yesterday to secure a coffin for Mrs. Gibson's mther, Mrs. Mary Drake who died at 12 m., the night previous. The caue of the death of the deceased was erysipelas. She was 70 years old, and lelt a husband, Frank Drake.andsix children, all grown. The funeral will take place Saturday. Mrs. Drake was held in the highest esteem, and had been a resident of that section for the past 15 years. At the Milwaukie shops of the Port land & Oregon City Railway Company work has been Btarted on two passenger cars to he used on that line. The new cars will he about the same size as those m service, but will be provided with more powerful motors and will be able to make quicker time between Portland and Oregon City. An order for four more cars has been placed with a San Francisco firm. Measurements for these Lave been taken, and they will Bank of OregonJCity be built at once and sent to Portland. They will be provided with powerful motors also. With these six new pas senger cars it will be possible to inaugu rate the proposed 30-minute schedule. Work is also progressing on the 300 horse power freight car. Oregonian. Miss Elizabeth Gertrude Engel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Engel. was married to Morris Henry Myers, of Mount Pleasant, the ceremony taking place at the home of the bride's parents in New Era precinct Wednesday . Rev. t a i .1.- ' man, the ceremony being solemnized in the presence of a large number of in vited guests. MiBS Laura E. Engel and Frank Engel took the parts of brides maid and best man, and little Miss Imo Myers, sister of the groom, played the wedding march. An elaborate wedding dinner was served. Mr. and MrB. My ers left on the same day for their home at Mount Pleasant, the groom having previously erected a neat cottage on lota adjoining the residence of his mother, 'Uncle Tom's Cabin" never growl old. There runs through it a vein of pathos peculiarly touching and sweet, It speaks the universal language of the heart. It reflects like the prism the innermost phases of the human emo tion. It is more than a play. It is a moral classic. It argues for two of the greatest themes that can engage the mind ; human liberty and immortality ol the soul. Notwithstanding its frequent production, it is seldom that one see the play as It is now presented by thv Ed V. Davis colossal spectacular. It if .. : u' i i ,. lino meeting mi uiu menu uner many years. The management doubtless be lieves in the maxim, "What'sworth do ing, is worth doing well." They" have brought together in this production all the requisites that go to make up a flrst-claFS entertainment. The Ed F. Davis colossal spectacular Uncle TomV Cabin company will appear at Shively's Opera House, Friday, Feb. 22. Seat on sale at Huntley's. Prices, 60 and 7h cents. Children 25 cents. Money to loan at lowest rates. 0. H . Dye. Sheriff Cooke is having his oflict) com pletely re-arranged and renovated. It will be a model of convenience whei the improvements are completed. Dr. Stephen B. L. Penrose, president of Whitman College, will deliver his famous lecture on "Dr. Whitman, the Hero of the North west," . at Congrega tional church,' Friday evening, March 1st. An Appreclntlon rarty, During the late flood, the Thomas family, who live on the low ground neai Green Point, had to be moved on an- r.t il.,. 1...., . .1... r.. vid Thomas was very ill, and he wa tnlian in (tin lmm rtf ira W Xi T?A.L1i..L where he was nursed until he was well Young Thomas was a member of tin Presbyterian Christian Endeavor Socie ty, and the members of that organiza tion showed their appreciutiou of tin kindness extended by giving Mrs. RetV dick a delightful party at her home, Tuesday evening, Mneieand games were part of the programme, and refresh ments were served by the Christian En deavorers. Those present were: Mi8se Gilbert, Mary Gilbert, Hale, Luce, Wing field, Young, Jessie Young, Bessie Ham ilton, Hilda McGetchie, Burse Roddick. Messrs. Chester Muir, Allen Front, Al fred Weed, Albert Muline, George Califf David Thomas, Owen Thomas, Guy Red- M. --.I M V V 1,1. II, .t Mr UIUK, mi. nuu win, ,? . v.v,., u, . and Mrs. R. O. Thomas and family.