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OREGON CITY COURIER-HERALD. FRIDAY, APRIL 5', 1901.
Easter Services of St, John's Church
Easter Sunday and the three days
preceeding it will be observed at St.
John's church in a special manner. Fol
lowing is the order of services on those
April 4th, Holy or Maundy Thursday
The feast commemorative of the
"Lord's Last Supper." Mass will be
held at 0, a. m. The evening services,
beginning at 7:30, will consistof prayers,
a sermon on the "Blessed Sacrament,"
and the singing of the touching plaints
of. Geremiah, the Prophet.
April 5th, Good Friday Cbm meliorat
ing (he Crucifixion of Christ. ,The mass
of the Presanctifled will begin at 9 a. m
The evening services, beginning at 7 :30,
will consist of "The Stations of the
Cros," a sermon on the "Passion and
Death of ChriHt," and the singing of
the plaints of Geremiah, the Prophet.
April Cth, Holy Saturday ChriHt in
the Sepulchre. Services will begin at
7 a. in., consisting of the solemn blessing
of holy water, b iptinnal water, Easter
candle, singing the litany of saints, and
April 7th, Eas'er Sunday The Resur
rection of Chrit-t The first mass will be
held at 8 a m., and after it a German
Bormon anent the feast, of th i dav. The
second high mass will be at 10:30 a. m.
The choir will sing Y. Wiegand's beauti
ful ' Festival Mass." Tho English sei
nion will treat on the ''Divinity and
Humanity of Christ." The evening
services, beginning at 7 :30, will conf-ist
of the singing of the solemn vespers, by
the choir; a sermon, "Christ the
Stranger and Wanderer," by the pastor,
and solemn benediction.
All are most cordially invited to at
tend these services.
At the regular monthly meeting of
Ihu city e iiineil Wednesday night.
President Charles Albright presided in
the absence of the mayor. The re
corder's monthly report showed that six
burial permits had been issued during
that period Linn E. Jor.es' quarterly
report was referred to the finance com
mittee. The finance committee re
ported that the Bank of Oregon Cfty
had agreed to oay 3 percent interest on
the sewer fund mot ey now on deposit.
An ordinance was read the first time
and ordered pubbshed the first time au
thorizing the refunding of the city's
bonded Indebtedness. The bonds to be
advertised for bidders will amount to
f30,0DO, draw 5 per cent interest, paid
semi-annually, and to mature in 20
yenr.i. The finance committee repotted
that, they had adjusted the claims and
diHeiei cea of several property holders
fn the sewer district.. An ordinance
was read authorizing the collection of
the si cond installment on the sewer as
sessment Lmsley & Son were awarded
the contract for furnishing the cily lum
ber at $7 per thousand.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
The tourist travel between the East
and the Pacific Coast has reached enor
mous proportions in the last lew years,
and calls for a special ( lass of equip
ment. To meet (his demand the Pull
man Company has issued from its shops
what it lechnically culls the "Pullman
Ordinary Sleeper." These cars appear
similar to the regular sleepers being
built on the same plan, bur, not fur
niehed wi ll the saiuti ilegnnce. They
are i (pupped with iiiatties.ies, blankets,
sheets, pillows, pillow-cases, towels,
combs, brudies, etc , reguiruig nothing
of the kind to be furnished by the pas
senger. 10 ich car has a stove for mak
ing lea and coll'ue anil doing "light
housekeeping," and each section can be
tilted with an adjustable table. A uni
formed porter accompanies each car, his
biuincss being to make up berths, keep
tho car clean, and look after ihe wants
and com'orts of Ihe passengers. In
each of the trains which are dispatched
daily from Portland by the O. H. . IN.
Co. is to be lou ml one of these "Pull
man Ordinary Sleepers." The car at
tached to tlia "Chicago-Portland Spec
ial'' goes thioiigh to Chicago without
change, and the one in the "Atlantic
lOxpiess" runs to Kansas City without
change. Passengers in this car for C hi
cago change to a similar carat Granger
5Uich of the tiist class travel is being
carried in these cars, tho rates being
lower, and the service nearly equal-lo
that in the palace sleepers.
For rates and full information, includ
ingvfo!ders, write to
A. L. Ckaio,
G. 1 A,, O U. A N. Co.,
lit the Recorder's Court.
The legality of the eily ordinni.M
passed December ;W, WOO, granting F.
S, Morris it franchise to run passenger
Mid ("eight If illey cars on Main street
for a period of 4.1 years, was argued
this aft r.ioon bv the attorneys for the
Porll md City A Oregon Railway and
counsel representing the municipality.
The new council that took charge of af
fairs January 1, pronounced the fran
chise invalid, principally on the ground
that tho ordinance was passed at an ad
journed meeting of the regular council i
session at which it was first read. The
counsel for the city contended that there
wire only two kinds of council meetings,
regular and special ; that an adjourned
meeting was a continnaiion of a regular
session and part of it. The counsel lor
the trolley company contend id that ihe
ordinance was passed at two separate
uieetintfs. Recorder Curry gave the at
torneys 10 days in which lo file briefs.
The hearing was on thei legality of
the ordinance, by stipulation of the at
torneys, and the decision of the courts
will doteraiine whether or not. motoriuan
George Adams was guilty of violating
the provisions of the freight franchise by
running a freight train through Main
Yes, August Flower still has the
larg"Pt sale of any medicine iu the civ
ilized world. Your mothers, ami graml
iiio .hers never thought of using any
thing else for Indigestion or Biliousness.
Doctors were scarce, and they seldom
heard of Appendicitis, Nervous Prostra
tion or Heart Failure, .etc. They used
August Flower to clean out the system
and stop fermentation of undigeited
food, regulate the action of the liver,
stimulate the nervous and organic action
of the system, and that is all they took
when feeling dull and bad with
headaches and other aches. Y't u only
need a few doses of Green's August
Flower, in liquid form, to make you sat
iefi'd there is nothing serious the matter
with you. Get Green's Prize Almanac
at Goorje A. Harding's,
Oregon City Soda is the best.
It has been tried and stood the test.
Each bottle pops like a common bust,
And when you drink it stops your thirst.
My friends, I'm now incline to think
That when you stop to rest and drink
Or when you stop to dri-ik and rest
You will always call for Bigham'a best,
For in drinking any of the rest
You will find Oregon City pop
Good as any of the Test.
County Exhibits at the State Fair.
The liberal premiums offered for
county exhibits at the Oregon state fair
this year will afford every county in the
state an opportunity to exhibit her re
sources. There is no question about the
gret number of homeseekers coining to
the state this year, and the state fair
will afford them an excellent opportun
ity to judge for themselves of our re
sources. For this reason alone every
county that makes any pretension to
genet al agriculture should make a good
showing. The premiums offered on
county exhibits is $1,000, divided into
five parts, as follows: Firt-t premium,
$300: second premium, $250; third pre
mium, $200; fourth premium, $100.
The Southern Pacific, Company hauls all
exhibits to and fiom the fair free of
charge, and a very l:beral rate is made
on all lines in the eastern portion of the
The Clothes Never Came Back.
"About once a week there comes a
ma i, a vagrant or confidence man of
some sort, who would taK your rder
ten dollars for a set of books you pay;ng
him five dollars on the order," writes
Rev. David M. Steel, in the April Ladles'
Home journal, ot "lue Lovers of a
Cheerful Giver." "Now and then the
woman calls who would take your jew
elry and clean it for almost nothing.
When you aie out a man asks the Bex-
ton for your clock, or gun, or bicycle, to
repair it, or the tailor (?) comes for
that dress-suit Doctor So-and-So wants
pressed.' He got one from the wife of a
neighbor of mine one day last summer.
He called an Hour alter her husband had
gone to business. The suit was a good
one and cost eighty dolars. PerhaDS
that is the reason it takes bo 1 jng to
press it. At any rate it has not been
ALL NEXT WEEK.
Frank Coo ey Comnanu
Shlvely's Opera House.
All next week the people of Oregon
City will be euieitained by that versti-
ble nctor, brank Cooley, supported bv
Gladys Kingsburgand an exiellent com
pany. Ihe D.aly Astorian has the fol
lowing to say about Frank Cooley and
hie company :
"Frank Cooley, his cltVer leading
woman, blauytt Mngsliurg.aiid tbecapa
oie company which assists mom are in
viting comparisons with some of the
leading dramatic artists id the country
in their production of Btandard plays
that have been made world famous
through presentation by high pi iced
companies. The name of Sol Smith
Knssell is sufficient to enwd a ' house
week after week in the targe cities and
any play he presents is done with due
regard lo necessities of ihe production
aui wiuiout regard lo the outlay. Mr.
Cooley. as llosea Howe,i lid Miss Kings
bury, as Virginia Kami, had the centei
oi ine stage more or Icbs, but the entire
cast proved to be conscientious, capable
arliBlB and no pari of the performance
State Christian Endeavor Conven
tion. Key. A. J. Montgomery, president of
the Oregon Christian Kndeavor Union,
went to Salem Tuesday to alteud a meet
ing of the executive committee, who is
making preparations for ho 14lh
annual convention, which will be held
at Salem, from May ltiili to the 10th,
inclusive. The various committees are
well along with their work, and indica
tions point to a well attended and profit
able convention. Onlv the principal
features of the program have been ar
ranged. The convention srmon will
be preached on the first evening of the
seBHion by Hev. V. H. G. Temple, D
D., of Seattle Uev. F. K Clark, of
Boston, father of the Cluistian En
deavor movement will be at the conven
tion, and will be heaid in addresses
and sermons Saturday and Sunday.
Others, w ho already have places n the
program are Hev. C. I. mini, cf Port
land ; Uev. J. 11. Heaven; Rev. lleiuy
Maicotle, of A-tt-ria: Mrs. K la D. Price,
of Ashland; Miss Carrie A, Hi 1 brook,
Rev. A. W, Ackerman, Rev. O. W.
Tei. tier, of McMinnville; Rev. G. S. O.
Humbert, of Coivallis The music will
be in charge of Professor Francisco Sce'y
Heath of J. W. McKay's Fathir.
The New Glassgow, Novia Scotia En
terprise recently has the following no
tice of the death of Duncan McKay,
father of J. W. McKav, of the West
In the passing away of Duncan Mc
Kav, Glengarry loses another of the old
landmarks. Mr. McKay was born in
Shines, Parish of Lairig, Scotland, in
1809, and camo tj thiscountry while yet
a young boy. He had the robust phy
sique peculiar to bo many of the old
Highlanders who came to Camilla. He
was a man of kindly spirit and upright
in all his ways; lie slso lived a quiet,
ininil'le, consistent, l iinstian lite. Al
ter a short illness ho fell asleep on Sat
urday, Feb. lilth, and the largo number
present al the lunoral luesday thowed
tho high esteem in which he was held.
Mr. McKay was married to Barbara
llethune, also of Scut land, who died
some years'before him.
It may bo interesting to note that in
spite of the oft repeattd remark that we
see so lew old people now that in St.
Colombia Congregation, Hopewell,
seven have died since April 1st, 1899,
whose ages averag.-d 93 years; that
there are t ight living whose ages aver
age 87 years.
Hull of Honor.
The following named pupils of district
No. SO, Stone, have been neither absent
nor tardy during the month of Ma'ch,
Klva Watts, IUrtha Pchinule, Almon
McMum', Anna Mmnpower, Clyde Mc
Murry, Kuth Schmale, Vada Watts, U.iy
Stewart, Myrtle Schmale.
May Axkkkws, Teacher.
HOAR OF THE FALLS.
Dispatches from Washington state
that United States Senator John H.
Mitchell has an attack of the grip. It
was evident that he had a pretty sure
grip on the entire delegation, from
Clackamas county at the late session of
The teachers' meeting at Mount Pleas
ant was noted for its original and prac
tical discussions. The subject pre
sented were of local interest, applying
especially to objects that exist and move
in Clackamas county.
It is evidently certain that before
many weeks there will be moie than the
ordinary rush of immigrant visitors to
Clackamas county. And it is earnestly
hoped that when dozen or two Eastern
people reach Oregon City at one time,
that property owners will not straight
way advance prices. New comers
should be given liberal encouragement
when they arrive here, and should they
desire to buy, it is very bad policy to ad
vance price? in some instances already
more than the traffic will bear
It is an icy cold fact that Oregon City
does not accord new enterprises thb wel
come thai they merit. A few months
ago a company of responsible 1 teal peo
ple incorporated a company to engage in
the .manufacture of oak axe handles and
other articles from hard native wools
Thti company purchased the needed ma
chinery, but all the available si es weie
held beyond their reach. As a result,
they set up their plant in Portland, not
withstanding the bidders of all the stock
were residents of Oiegon Citv.
Recenilv mention was made of some
id ihe olilest active firemen, but there
are others. Ex-chief S. R. Green and
August AsmuB are both active veterans
of 17 or 18 years.
The Oregon City edition of the Eve
ning Telegram still continues to be the
organ of one set, end its news items still
have a faky sound, very stale and un
reliable. How about there only being
one vacant house in town?
Why don't the city council tax the
telephones? It is claimed that there aie
about 100 in the city, and they should
pay their share of taxation.
Claims to be the First White Male
Born In Oregon Lived at Ore- .
The first white man horn in the
of Oregon, which was admitted
state to the Union, February 14,
wasJ.C. Hanuii, bora in Oregon
1844: now a resident of Paisley, Oregon
Mr. Hanan, physically for his 57 yeaiB
is the perfect picture of manhood ; being
hale and hearty as an ox. In a conver
sation with him we asked : Is it the
distinction necessarily aiising from the
fact that you were the first white child
born in the stale of Oregon; "-lating?
Don't you feel awfully proud ; q lite a
distinction, something that a Baronet
or Duke would be proud to boast of,
you know ?
"Well," said Mr. Hanan, "lam a bit
proud of the fact, for I have (indisputable
evidence that I was the first white boy
born in this state ; a fact known by
many of the oldest, living pioneer-t of
Oregon, who were among the first to
push into the then practically unknown
wilderness and at a lime when there were
but one or two white families in t the
state. The hardy pioneer father, son and
bro'her being the first to come make a
clearance in the w ilderness and in a
measure fortify and build log cabins in
which they could install their families
with a partial insurance of safety against
the raids and depredati ns of the bl od
thirsty red skins.
"As a fact of my b- inn the first white
boy born in the Ht.-, I was grunted 10
acres of land in Bums, the coiintv seat
of Harney county ; by Robeit Burns,
after whom the present county seat and
town was named Mr Burns being at
intimate friend of our family. As to my
being 'proud of ihedistinttion' I really
am; but as a man, am nothing out of
the ordinary, in fact common, very
common but it is a distinction 1 think,
most any one could well be proud of,"
Mr. Hanan is, indeed, a man very un
assuming; one very conservative in his
views and a citizen highly respected for
I is true sense of integrity. Lakeview
Free Mail ttelivery
The people livilig along the lie- ar
ranged route by w hich a daily mail is
supplied to Stone. Logan, Viola and
Redland, now have practically the ben
efits of a fiee delivery. Formerly Stone
was supplied wi'h mail three limes a
week by an Independent route, but is
now included in lb s circuit. Monday,
J. S. lmel, the new contractor, began
delivering ma I to tin se points. The
mail leaves Oregon City at 8 a. in. and
returns by way of Redland in the after
noon, and reaching here at 6 p. m
Under the provisions of this contract all
persons who erect boxes along the foute
get their nun delivered iree. ine man
for the boxes is handed out to the car
rier at each pos'olliee This arrange
ment will necessitate many people
changing their post ollice addresses in
order to get the benefit of prompt free
deliveiy. The volun e of mail received
at Store will appreciably increase, as
many people living iu tho direction of
Logan will now have their mail coma to
Stone, and so on along the entire route.
The Hei'land post othce will suffer most
on this account, it being the last one on
the route, unless peoplo on the Vber
nelhy, who get their mail at. Oregon
Citv ehaniie to Redland to get the bcie-
i lit of free delivery
.t Cretlitable Entertainment,
An excellent entertainment, greeted
by a crowded house and enthusiastic
audience, was given at tlie West Oregon
City school house last Saturday night,
under the direction of Principal T. J.
tiary. The program was short, but fhe
numbers were ot a lugli order ol excel
lence. First was a song, "Little Leaves,"
bv the primary pupils; Arvie itstdorf
recited the "Legend i.f lWgews;" the
intermediate grade sang "The Sing of
the Hose;" Mrs. Bittner recited "Vir-
giniiis;" there was an txiiioiiion oi
club-swinging by I-exi Smith and
Clarence .Miller; a recitation, "The Boss
of Lake St. Clair," by Arthur Schmidli j
song, "Come Where the Wild Flowers
Bloom," the Misses Shipley and Hum
phtcys; recitation, "Hannah Jane,"
Sliss Patty. Tho exercises closed with
a fan drill, burlesque and fancy march,
by 10 boys and girls.
(Corrected on Thursday.)
Flour Best $2.903.40; graham
Wheat Walla Walla 5557c; vadey
58c59; bluestero 59c.
Okb Wiiitu 4445c; gray 42 43c
Barley Feed $17; "brewing $16 i.er t.
Millstuffs Bran $16; middlings 211 ;
shorts $18; chop $16.
Hay Timothy $!213; clover, 7T;
Oregon wild $7.
Bitter Fiuiy i:rittwy 4"ianl5V;
store, 20 and 25.
Eggs 13 1-2 ecnts per noz.
Poultry Mixed cnickeus $3.0i(bf'3 50 ;
hens $3.504; springs $21 5); .an
$67; ducks $56a; live turkeys 11(9
12c; dreBsed, 1214c.
Mutton Gross, best sheep, weather
and ewes, sheared, $4 50; dressed, 6
and 7 cents per pound.
Hogs choice heavy ,$5;00 and f 2V,
light, $5; dressed, 5 1-2 and 6 cents p i
Veal Large, 612 and 7 cenis p."
Beef Gross, top st ers, $4 50 and $
dressed beef, 7 and 8 cents per pound.
Che se Full cream 12c per pound
Young America R-ic.
Potatoes 15 and 50 cents per sack.
Vegetables Bee's $1; turnips 75
per sack; garlic 7c per lb; cabbage $1.6"i
1 80 per 100 pounds ; cauliflower 7oc
per dozen ; parsnips 85c p-r sack ; c-eieij
80(S90c per dozen; asparagus "(".
peas 34c per pound.
Dried fruit. Apples evapora ed 5(g6
sun-dried sacks or boxes 34o; pear
sun and evaporated 8se; pitlese plums
78c; Italian prunes 6(?7o; emr
silver choice 57.
Corrected on I'liuisdaj.)
Wheat, wagon, 53.
Potatoes, 50 and 50 cents per sack
Eggs 13 1-2 cents per dozen.
Butter, dairv, 35 to 45o pet roll .
Dried apples, 5 to be per pound.
Dried prunes Italiaus, 4c; pet te
and German, 3c.
The Light Of the World
Our Sayior in Art
cost nearly 100,000 to piibliali. Contaiua nearly
oue liuii'.lre I fiili-pdtfB eii!rn lngs oopied direct
from tile World' (jruntest Painting oi our Savior
and 11U Mii'.taer. KveryixMy sttys lliey are grand,
giiblime, maiL-hlubS, iiiagiiitii;nu(, beautiful, itispir
ing and upliltiiiii. Ilia sal' Is uDprecedt'Uted.
I ne presses are ruuning day ami uiglit to till the
orders. Twelve carloads oi paper vera required
fur the last edition. Sm ill fortunes ate being
made by Hie tlirifiy witu this uiarvelniis wont,
to itaina also a chit Ta story ueauul'ully written (o
tit each picture. lln tvoudeilul book, riulcliless
ia purity and beauty, appeals to every luutbera'
heart and in every Ohrisiiau horan, where mere
are children it sells itself. A Christian man or
woman can soon clear out thousand dollars
(HX)0) taking orders in this community. Others
are doing iIiib. W hy not you?. We are advems
lug iu nearly leu thousand newspapers in (his
oouulry,.Caiuiiu, England, and Australia. Whip,
ping books to every Knglish speakiug country in
the world. We st all promote our best wo kers to
IHiaitious of 8tate Managers, (JorrespouueuiB and
Office Assistants. We also own and publimi lare
Photogravure Etchings of (he great paintings in
the galleries ol i'urope. One or more of these
Kteliings can bd sold in, every homu. By cany
tng the book and the engravings your auc.,e!,s
will be tremendous, Mrs. Wake, 01 Worcester,
Mas., has sold nearly lour thousaud dulars
worth oi booaa thero. Mrs, Sacked has soul
nearly two thousand dol.ars worth ot tmok iu
ftew York Bothol these Indies answered our
advertisement, and ha I never sold a b iok before.
Took 14 ord. rs fliat two daja H. Oolwell.
I'ookO outers (innlny; i.i orders flt-at
wek, cleiti'lng; uver ."0 -II ado Leimvell.
1 UoUsauds oi ulnars like, above, it is oriole. I uu
Velvet finished paper; bouii tin Cardinal, ll;d,
Ureen and tioltl and adorned with liolden Roses
aud Utiles. Write quickly for teruu as the terri
tory Is going rapidly. When you prove your
sucueas, tve will prom te you to the positional
Manager aud Correspondent under yeariy con
tract. We shall toon uuve Into o lr new and el" tut
struottra to be o copied so elv by us, and t be
known as too Light U toe Wond Bitildinx.
Address ine ilrltstit-Aiiie'-tctu Co,
OcTOiUK UN TBI) tjlA.ES lllriASCHY,
Wtishillgioli, 1). C,
At l'uur Price.
The following properly will be
very cheaply. Make us an ft ;r at
Courier Herald ollice.
Park Place: ,
Lot 15 in bU 9 of J. T. Apperson's
nib-division of blocks 5, (I and 7.
LotltiinblkB of J. t. Apperjou's
sub-division of blocks 5, (5 and 7.
Lot 15 in blk 37.
Lot Hi ia Ida 37.
Second-lLmd Bicycles Cheap.'
If you want to buy a gool arc nid-han I
bicycle for little money, go to Huntley's
Bookstore. They Imve ibein froii? $10
to $i0 boys,' l.idies' and men'i Btyles.
Everyone carefully overhauled and re
pniicd uud put in good running con
dition. Voluntary Observer's WeU'tsr
Following is the weather report for
the month of March, 1901, at Miramonte
Farm, Clackamas county, Oregon :
Mean temperature, 45 3.
Maximum temperature, 67.
Date, 20 di.
Minimum temp-Tat ure, 23.
Total precipitation, 5.099 inches .
No. days e'ear 8.
Partly "cloudy, 1,".
I loudy, 8
Dates of frost, lihfht 13th and 14ih.
-Dates of bail, 9,U, 22, 25,25, 2d, 27th.
Th. storms, t)ih.
Prevailing wind, direction, southerly.
F M I'ECKE,
The operation of through trains be
tween San Francisco and Los Angeles,
via Surf and Santa Barbara, will begin
on Sunday, March 31, HKd, on the new
Coast Line. Two through trains daily.
The Coast Line Limited leaving each
terminal in the morning, equipped with
elegant cafe and parlor cars, will make
daylight trips through the most pictur
esque, varied and entertaining scenes
on the continent. Inquire of agents of
the Southern Psciffc.
Wanted A girl for general house
work. A pply at I. Selling's store.
The Bicycle Season is about heie. More wheels
will be ridden than ever before. Now isthe time to
mae up your mind what Bicycle you will ride.
In calling the attention i.f the public to the
Bicycle cotistmctt d by the Si ell-Yale ( jele Co , of
T' ledo, Ohio I do so believing after having examined
evuy wheel in use on this Coast that tney are the
best in construction, material and finish ; having all
no-'o-iliite improvements, and some which no other
make has. The Yale Cushion frame stands without
a peer for "trengih, symetry, beauty and finish The
fnefl, Ldv's or Gent's, is of the highest grade and
for lightness in weight and easy running qualities
ba-no equal. , All wheels sold by me will oe fully
BUHrnnleed. Anyone buying a wheel of me will
have a hi Itc'ion from 5 different makes of tires.. The
Pathfinder Sii'gle Tube, the best that money can
io-, or that materials and expert workmanship can
produce You can cut it with an ax, but it will re
sir tacks, pins, broken glass, splinters, etc. Fully
The Goodyear Detachable Tire fits all common
rims or any detachable rim. The only practicable
detachable lire (-v r made ; is made of best quality
of materials 1 hrouuhout and both inner tubes and
covers a'e nuns meed for a full se.-'Son's riding.
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Oregonian Bnildhg, Fortland, Oregon.
Furnished Every Week by Clacka
mas Abstract & Trust Co.
S W R .lonei to irn-tees of
United Itreiiiren e'l'licli, 8 of .'
nw i,f he.- 21 in 5. 3 $500
G 11 Wei. ter to M B Vebstrr, 10 I
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,1 K P ivis, el al.toh Kile.v, tux
deed, w of ne of i c 26, (i, 2 e, se
i f sec 5, 3, 7 e, of ha- of and n
of sw ol sec 8 5, 3 e and lots 5, 6,
7 and 8 of blk 11, S u b Oswego. 31
John vVmrin to I V B o Im, e of so
of sec 11, 2, 5e.l.rs7. 8. It, 10, 11,
12. 13, 14 of I lk 3. lots 4. 5. 10,
1 1 and 12 in t.U K, and 22, 2i, 24, I
25, 2 i, 27 and 2S ..f blk i, Ph is-
ant l.lille Moines 1
Peter Wi eon 'o F 'ilsui, 1 as in
N I" lnc elm. 2 2 e 51
A W t beiiev l Mr bubert, s
of s- ol sec 24, 4 3 h 5
N J C.ii-l'e- t i I, li AXie l. 55.50 as
in s.c 20, 3 1 e 3 00
S O Kinney to P H Marlav, n of lie
of sec 12, 5. 1 e 12
P d Marlay to A Marf-hbeiger, n of
ne of sec 12, 5, 1 e 1
P II Mead to I) Me Arthur, 3 small
tracts in c'm 37, 3. 1 e . . 450
Security Savinvs & Trust Co to W
and J Baty, 80 as in sec 9, 4, 1 e 117
John Wise to L Fuc'i-, 8 as in 'lie
Eag( n elm ... 450
Will Land Co to F S Arivdd, tract
73, Prunelands 1000
M McGarvev to C F Ueiix, e of H
Johnson dm in 2,2e 1800
Monday, April 8th
FRANK COOLEY CO.
Monday "Lobt P.iradise"
Wednesday. ..."Galley Slave"
Thursday ."A Strong Bell"
Friday..' "Black Flag"
Sat. Matinee'Banker's Children"
Sat.. "Ten Nights in a Bar Room"
Prices 10, 20 and 30 cents
Seats on sak at Huntley's
C( me and fie my line of wheels before buy
ing elsewhere and be convinced of their supir-
H. W. Jackson's
Bicycle Shop I
Main St., Oregon City
. In order to make room for our Spring
Goods we are making a special sale on
odd suits. We have a number of up to
date Si'its in odd sizes, ranging in size
from 34 to 42 which we are closing out
ata bargain. .
It With an Axe
PINS.TACKS AND BROKEN GLASS CAN'T HURT IT
Buy a pair for your wheel and you'll appre
ciate this; and besides you will be able to ride
ALL THE TIME. Then too, there will be no
repair bills, so you'll be money ahead by tho
end ot the year.
We are talking about
Harding Block. Oregoi (ity
Found Fresh Crackers
Gal. Can Honey Syrup
Tail Best Syrup
'9 Pound. Rolled Oats
Sack Best Graham
2 acks Corn Meal
2 Sacks Farina
4 Pounds Italian Prunes-
I. A. 4,cG LASHAN, Manager
Stores Oregon City and Portland
Notice is hereby given that for the
purno-e of making an examiua'i m of all
peisons who may off r themselves as
candidate.- fi r teachers of (he schools of
this county, the couuty fc col suoerin
tendent thereof will hold a public ex
amina'imi at ihe court houe, r g-m
City, Wed.iesdiv, April 10, at 9 o'cl ek
a. oi , and eoiitimiing until Fii lav, April
12, tt 4 o'clock.
J. O. ZlN'SER,
Count) Scbo. Hupt. of Clackamas Co,
Dated this 23th day of March, 1901.
Man nd women of goo- adlress to represent
ns, lorae to (ravel appointing aeuta, ottiurs for
local woik looking fter oar interests. WJOO
alary ganranteod yearly; ex'.ra commissions an 4
expenses, rapi 1 aavanoemeiit, oi.t established
hous. lirauJ chince for earnest mm or vroiain
to aeenre plaaut, permanent position, liberal
tncuma anl future. Saw brilliant linos. Writa
33 ChnrcU SIS., "ew UaT-sn, Coat