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OREGON CITY COURIER-HERALD. FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 1901.
I Tailor-Made Suits
and Separate Skirts
i Secured for 60c on the dollar
The fuct that these garments are the production of one of
New York's leading manufacturers is a safe guarantee as to
Every garment a GEM.ard, need we add, a BARGAIN.
The entire line is now on sale at less than maker's cost.
Note March styles in Bazaar Glove-fitting Patterns re
ceived. Price ioc. ' '
McAllen & McDonnell
EXCLUSIVE DRY GOODS IMPORTERS '
THIRD and MORRISON '. ' - PORTLAND, OREGON
IPERSONAL MENTION. ,
'George Schmidt, of Shubel, was in
Oegon City Monday.
J. S VV. Herman, of Molalla, was in
Oregon City Saturday.
M. Beck, of Clarkes, was a visitor in
Oregon City Saturday.
Will'am Knight, of Canby, was a visi
tor in Oregon City .Saturday.
T. P. SouleB, of Woodburn, was in the
city for a short time Saturday.
JlL. Barhur, an Elliott Prairie hop
granwr, was in Oregon City Monday,
Mrs. Henry Hughes went to Salem
Monday for a short visit to relatives.
O. VV. Risley, of Milwausie precinct,
was a visitor in Oregon City Saturday.
C Ai. Crittenden, the Hubbard school
teacher, waB in Oregon City Saturday.
John A. OonfriC was over from Ska
miniacointy, Wash., the first of the
L. T. Anderson, the Beaver Oieek
cliool teacher, was in 0egon City Sat
urday, Mr. and Mis. William Blount, of
Canby, were visitors in Oregon City
J. D. Humphrey, of Baker City, was
visiting friends heie during the first of
Miss Lulu Aibee, teacher of the Mar
uit school, is home on a three weeks'
W. H. Karr, principal of the. Har
mony school, was a visitor in Oregon
X; B. Diuiick, o: Hubbard, was visit
ing his son, Mayor Diinick, during the
4 is t of the week.
A. J. and U. E. Kellogg left Monday
tforSan Franesco, where tiny will push
4i new advertising device.
Miss Echo Samson had returned from
"ioldendale, Wash., where she attended
cUti Diviue-Caples wedding.
Mrs. E. Thajer returned from a yis.t
to Oregon City, accompanied by her lit
tle grandson. Toledo Leiddr.
Major f nomas Oharman is out alter a
iserlous attack of the rheumatism, which
-coitfliR'd him closely to Ms room.
T. W. Foster, of Logan, has heen in
the city for the p.et two or three weeks,
iffcr.ug from the effects of a carbuncle.
0. VV. Herman, of Molalla, was in the
ity Saturday and Sunday, and reports
considerable sickness in that neighbor
hood. E. E. Webb, of P.errydale, Polk
county, was in the city during the week,
and may conclude to purchase a farm in
John Duffy and family left Monday
night for FloriBton, Calif., to reside.
They sold a portion of dheir property
J. Behymer, ez-postmastei at Red
land, was in town Monday having re
cently returned from an extended etay
in Eastern Oregon.
Charles VV. Parrish, who was recently
elected past president of a new Native
Son's Cabin at Canyon City, was born
in Clackamas county in 1844.
A.J. Douglaes left Monday for Clack-ama-i
county, where he will engage in
the sawmill business. His family is
still in Dufur, but will join him later on. I
Harry N. Coudit, formerly of the
Yakima Daily Nuva is in the city and
will go out on out to his homestead near
Clem, before reluming to that city.
A. W.- Quinn, oi Dufur, who has been
visiting his relatives, the Darts, at Mo
lalla, started on his return trip home
Monday. He was accompanied to Port
land by Dart.
Senator Brownell, Dr. Sommer and
United States Senator Mitchell all left
on the same train for the East Saturday
night. Dr. Sommer will make bis first
stop at Baltimore and Senators Mitchell
and Browne ! go Uirect to Washington.
Sheriff Cooke has returned from re
Ceut trips to various sections of the
county, and reports that the late freeze
has not damaged the wheat crop in the
least. The grain now gives promise of
an excellent yield, although at first it
was thought that the grain had been
injured by the extreme cold weather,
b. H. Young left Monday to attend
the rabhit and coyote hum on Blalbck's
island in Umatilla county. Clubs were
the only weapons to be used, and is said
(.i be verj exi.iia. uling sport. When
three or four men get to chasing and
d id)fiij tuU-r one lone rabbit, it is some
thing like (.lie ancient game of ehinney.
The spoit.-nieii gel their shins bruised,
and the rabbit often escapes. Mr.
Young will visit Pendleton, Alhciia and
and Weston before his return.
Mr. and Mrs Forrest Andrews came
dowu from Seattle Monday to attend
the iuneral of he late brother, Captain
Alfred Burton. r(n waii bmied l'uei-day
morning, and the services eie con
ducted by Rev. A. J. Montgomery.
Captain Burton, who wai an attache of
the aseay office at Salt Lake City, Utah,
died there alter a shoit illness, and the
in the Lead
I body brought here to be buried beside
that of his mother, who died here about
four years ago. Burton was captain
of Company B, Fifty-firot Iowa Volun
teers, who did service in the Philippines
J. E. Marks was down from Maries'
Prairie Monday, and reports the crop
conditions favorable. Hop growers are
considerably elated over the outlook for
the coming season, as buyers have al
ready offered to contract for the present
years' crop at 12 cents per pound. Two
growers had already contracted the
coming season's crop at 10 cents, but it
is believed the majority of the growers
will be cautious about contracting after
the experience of last year. Prepara
tions are being made to set out a num
ber of new yards in tbat section; ex
County Commissioner S. F. Marks will
add eight acres to his yard, and Polk
Gribble will plant another yard of 15
l,OCAL NEWS ITEMS.
Angel of the Alley.
Angel of the Alley, Friday, March 8.
Shaving only 10 cents at the first
class shop of P. G. Shark.
Did you see her? Who? Why, the
"Angel of the Allev," of course.
H. A, Vorpahl has filed a suit in the
circuit court for a divorce from W. F.
Young Bros, have sold their team and
truck to Ueorg- Brown, who is connected
with the feed yard.
John Riedelbauch has filed a suit for
a divorce from Fortuna Riedelbauch, on
the ground of desertion.
Miller Morgan, father of Mrs. Sarah
A. Randolph, of this city, died at Al
bany Monday. He was a pioneer of
1847, and was 76 years old.
Mrs. Eva Emery Dve, will deliver the
next lecture in the course at the Unitar
ian church in Portland on March 15th.
Her topic, "Pioneer Days, a Social
W. S. U'Ren will lecture oti his "Trip
to South Africa and Return," on Mon
day, March 18th, at 8 p.. in. , at Willam
ette hall for the benefit of the W. R. C.
A short musical program will also be
given. Admission 15 cents.
Iloee Company No, 4 of the Volunteer
fire department at Ely ville, has elected
the following new officers: President, S.
V. Francis; secretary, J. H. Howard;
treasurer, Charles Moran; foreman,
John Gillett; assistant foreman, Frank
The recently elected officers of the
Twentieth Century Club are : , President,
Charles Bollinger; first vice-president i
Lee OaufiVld; second vice-president,
Noro an White; secretary, Emerus
Thomas; treasurer, Chet Moore; ser
geant at-arms, Charles Myers.
Miss Goldsmith has brought
San F.-anci-co some of the latest
tions in hats and millinery goods,
hat designs (or this season are
pretty, surpassing the shapes made for
several years past in this respect. Don't
fail to inspect the new novelties.
Bagby Brothers started up their new
sawmill on Rock creek, near Needy,
Tuecday, and it is repot td to be a lively
scene of activity in that section now.
The capacity of the mill is 15,000 feet
per day, and a considerable portion of
their output will be miUoad ties.
Dr. E. A. Sommer left Saturday (or
the East, intending to accompany United
States Senator Mitc.'ielt and State
Senator Brownell, who wore go
ing ti Washington. Senator Brown-ll
took sick at Huntington and returned,
reaching home Monday morning.
Dr. Stephen B. L. Pe"ioe, president
of Whitman college at Walla Walla,
Wash., gave an excellent lecture on
' Good Citizenship," at the Congrega
tional churih Friday night- it beinit one
of i he series of the High school lecture
course. No: withstanding there was a
Star attraction at the opera home, Dr.
Penrose was grentel with a good audi
ence. He is one of the ablest and most
interesting lecturers on the Pacific coast.
There are several reasons for their bein in the lead. The
Rambler people have made wheels far 22 years and know how to
put up a strong, reliable, easy running wheel. Their guarantee is
as good as gold. This year the factory turns out a more complex
line than ever. '
These wheels are fitted with the best and most expensive
tire made, t ie G & J heavy detachable.
If you never had a Rambler, start in with one now and
you will never have any other make.
If you do not know how they are made we will gladly
spend our time and explain all the different parts of the whetl.
We sell wheels for cash or on installments, and take
stcond-hand wheels in exchange.
BURMEISTER & ANDRESEN
The Oregon City Jewelers
Chria'lan Science si rvices are held in
Willamette hall every Sunday morning
at eleven o'clock. Subject for Sunday,
March 10, "-ubsunce " Sunday
school at 12 o'clock. Wednesday even
ing meeting at euht o'clock. To these
services all are welcome. J
Columbia Hook & Ladder Company
elected the following new officer Mon
day night:. President. W. Frank Mc
Giniiis; vice-president, George Brown;
foreman, Thomas Tieitibath; assistant
foreman, Theodore Miller; sicretary,
Charles - Moore; treasurer, Sherman
Company A, Oregon National Guard,
held an eh ciion Mond.iy night. G W.
Martin, win a- eoind lieutenant in
Company I Or. gon Volunteers, in the
Philippine service, was elected captain
tosucceed Fred Metzner, who resigned.
Second Lieuieuant Fred Humphteys
was elected treasurer, a position former
ly held by him.
mortgage from the Portland City &
Oregon Uil way to the North American
Trust Company, o New York City, lor
$i0i),0J0, was filed in the county re
corder's office Saturday. It was a vol
uminous document containing 56 type
written pages. The revenue stamps on
the instrument amounted to $247.75,
and the recorder's 'tee was $17.
City Treasurer Linn E. Jones Btates
thai the greater number of the property
owners in the lull sewer district are pay
ing their assessments promptly, only a
a very few being delinquent. , The bene
fit ol the bonding act, was taken just in
time by the property owners, as the
legislature changed the provisions, of the
act, so that iniorest is now charged on
the installments. '
Residents of Mount Pleasant ; bitterly
complain that Washington street la in
siicli trad condition between Fifth and
Seventh streets, that it is impossible to
get io town with a leaui, without the
risk ol breaking their vehicles. It is
said that the rough places along these
two blocks, could be smoothed don
with about live loads of gravel so tint
travel could be safe
Hon. John A. Talberl, of Clackamas
Station, was a prominent Candidate for
master game waiUeu, out the stale boarU cell Sinv with its Intricate sys
decided that ne'-,1s noil eligible under tfi'" nf "I'-ctrii-iM- wire and the method
that section oi .he conM.t.ul.ou prohibit-'! p
. r chair is p ir rai'"l n l the reprO'luction
ing members oi die letisLuure Iroui'! i prfAi. in el v detail. This is the
holding an office created by t .at body first time thi' such "cen ba. been
when they are number.-. II U. Van
Dusen, of Astoiia, was ai . tinted master
Warden, and LoUu U.'.iu, oi U iBeburg
T. M. Cross, of Molalla, was iu Oregon
Oity'Tnesday n the interest of improv
ing the road over the Kveihart hill on
the Oregon City and Silverton road.
The people iu that section have sub
scribed liberally to the project ol getting
aroind this bad hill, and a number of
local business men have responded lib
erally. This improvement will tend to
bring considerable business to Or. gon
City, as now it is the only bad place on
County ochool Superintendent Ziuser
memberoflh-cou.iv ex tmiuiug board,
.... , . ,, .
io succeed Profess o- J. W. Uray, who
intends to leave for Ahtka. Eighth
grude t xaiuiualioii papers have been re-
turned o the county superintendent's
,. , ,, T i .
oihee ir .in ' be inlawing schools: Union
ii ed , Ciirnnsville, Uarlow, Damascus,
.iapie La r. West Oregon City. Milwau-
b; ii,. i i..luj ji ,plui
lamcord, Sbervvnod, Mai ksburg and
A number of bright boys, wh 1 belong
to Mrs. M. A Thomas' Congregational
Sunday School clas-i, recently formed an
organization known as the Twentieth
Century Club. They have completed ar
rangement to give an entertainment at
Shively's opera house, Friday night,
March loth. la t ddition to the unique
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eeiiieu uy ;ue o lyn, incai laieni win
take a prominent pait in the program,
Mrs. Robert A. Miller will give a.
Shakesper an reading, and the Derthic
double quartette will tdtig several selections.
on Upper , Seventh Street; and t:
will carry a full supply of
DRUGS and PATENT MEDICINES,
Also School . BVoks and Supplies, Fine Stationery
I'oilet Articles, Perfumery and Druggist Sundries !
Paints, Oils and Varnishes. , ;
Our Dregs are New and Pure, as we aim to procure :
the est only tor Compounding Prescriptions. : .
At Oregon City
The next attract! u to be given at
Shively's opera house Friday. March 8,
will be Sullivan's and H-irris' mammoth
scenic mehldrama en itled The Angel
of the Alley, which has been conceded to
be one of the most suuiptnou theatri
cal entert inments givi-n the stage in
some time. It is strictly a local story of
New York life, emhdinu all the famil
iar featu-es of metropolitan existence
amona the different classes, and depicts
a story full of heart interest and holding
to a i 'rticular 'egree.
Hanuing hMng th nsml me'hod of
extreme piiuishnient in the majo'iiy ol
itte, the arrangement nfad'-a'b cell
and thf Httingt of the electricity chair
will b oimfttnin nt revelation to the
Hve'sifH citizen. An opportunity to se
an exa"t r"prodiwio-' nf thepr will he
given this week at the npTR house where
the greif me odramn "Tho Ani?el ol the
Alley" will he p-es-'u'ed A perfect rep
re'"ta'inn nf 'h-! fmoii"i'onnVninf'd"
I '.v'n "P 'n. tht' 8,i," aVrt ,t "eBn
wed with absorbing Interest.
URHnds. One nitsht onlv March 8.
The Goldendabi (hhI), Journal
irive ii column aconr-t of the wedding
"f iS'ina Kmh Uaple1, formerly of
this ci'v, ,0 Thoma" J. Divine, and the
reception th it f 'I'o-ed. O: v the sa-
i'T-m i ,n'i"-w 'i inn r
here In pa-t that' p'i
lowinirj 'One of the'r
ipni f - fltnmik of tlie event re Biven
er has the fob
he 'most beautiful
and iinpreswive rer monies, which this
city may ever itnes wan that of Wed
nesday evenint?, Feti 13ih, which united
In m-irriage Thomas .1. Divine, "ne of
the mot highly esteenied vonng men of
the county, and Miss Mna Ituth t'aplen,
one of i he most charming toung women
who ever graced Goldendal" societv wilh
''f Oregon City, was maid of honor, and
the w riding march was from Mendels-
eohn. Rev Q William Gibony. of the
Fir-t Presbvterian church of Spokane,
forme ly of Oregon City, solemnized the
reno,,y. A large number of invited
guests were present, arid a large ''elega
fion of Kniuhmof Pythias and Uathbone
Sisters ttended in a body Immedi-
tl "'t'1, theceremony the bridal party
i left the church, and a rrception was
given at the home of the bride's parents,
j Mr. and Mrs. Luther C. Caples on West
jGard n Row, and a tempting wedding
breakfast was served. The biide was
dressed in organdie over organdie silk,
and carried a boqnetof white carnations,
and the bridesmaid, MisB Echo Samson,
wns attired in blue organdie,
Tlu following wedding presents were
received from Oregon City: Mr and
Mrs. Herbert Poppleton, silver berry
spoon: Chester Roake, silver shell j Mrs.
Sarah Huntley, ttilver sum shell : Rev
and Mrs, A J. Montgomery, silver sugar
Bhe . M rs ( A, Hamilton, one dozen
napkins; Miss Echo Samson, silver
berry spoon ; Mr, and Mrs. A Ruben-
n, silver saiau epoon; ivir. anu Mrs. v
a. a-'.t, uatfcuiii.u.5 center pivue. v
First-class board at reasonable rate
can be obtained at the Red Front House.
Light Roadster, $40;
Heavy Roadster, $35.
a DRUG STORE
Our New Ad.
Goods sold lower
than ever to make
room for new
High Scoring Birds.
The Mountain View Poullry Yart...
sent only two birds to the state fair an
won first prize on pullet. At stat
pouhry how in Portland against h.
competition from hi. h-price birds in.
ported from the East especially for tl
show one of our cockerels tied for secon
prize, score 92, only 1-2 point below &n
prize-bird. We also won third on coci,
only 1-2 point below first prize winnei
Eggs for sale at $1.50 per setting.
few cockerels left at $2.00 each.
J. Mubrow & Sok,
Breeder- of the Famous Blue Barre
Oregon City, Oregon.
TO CUKE A COIO IS ONB DAI
Take Luxative Brorao Quinine Tablett
All druggiBts refund the money if it fail
to curer E. W, Grove's signature is oj
each box. 25c.
WANTED AN ACTIVE MAN OP GOOD CHAJ
ncter to deliver and oolleet la Oregon for old fi
tabllahed manufacturing whoIuHuTt houa. 191
year, ture pay, Houesiy muru than oiparturic
-squireQ. our rererence, any bank In any ntt
EncloeuNeif addretwed itamied envelope. Mai' .
lacturerii, Tbird Floor, t4 Dearborn St., Ohlcag
Cheney, the photographer, has
received a new lot of the latest
mounts, in small panels and
ovals, the very latest.
A Horrible Outbreak
"Of lurge sores on my little daughter?
head developed into a case of scaldhead'
writes 0. D. Isbill of Morganton, Tenn
but Bucklen's Arnica Salve completel
cured her. It's a guaranteed cure fo
Eczema, Tetter, Salt Rheum, Pimple.
Sores, Ulcers und Piles. Only 25u 1
Geo. A. Harding's.
For sale cheap, one 3)4 woo l wago. 1
wilh rack; one plow; also one teao.
weight ab'.'tit 2000 pounds ; harness. Ii
quire of Fred Bltibm, Ely, Or,
Sl'OI'S TIIK COUUli AND WOKK OFI
Laxative Brouio-Quinine Tablets cut
a cold In one day. No Cure no Pa
Price 25 cents.