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OREGON CITY COURIER-HERALD. FRIDAY, APRIL ,1901.
l Special Sale
Boots and Shoes
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,
IT'S A F1M
Yet it can't swim but it travels on four of the
best wheels ever put under a load and is built
, at Racine, Wis. It's h. , .
" After you have looked this FISH over we will
now show you the newest and most up-to-date
-.AND FARM IMPLEMENTS MADE
Don't take our word, come and see for yourself,
.then we can prove to you that we can save
. you money. ,
1 NORTHWEST IMPLEMENT CO.
208 Front Street
:J local and
Lee Harding is home from a visit to
T. C. Jiibb, of Viola, was in the city
during the week.
0. Zweifel, of Nee ly, was in Oregm
D. W. Thomaa, of Beaver Creek, was
a visitor in town Tuesday.
Miss Gertrude Pratt, of Portland, is
Vailing Mrs. Bruce 0. Curry.
Leonard Heinz, was in from Mack
b lrg during the first of the week.
Captain J. T Apperson retur led
from a visit to Corvaltis Thur-iday.-
Dtvid Robinson, of Milk Creek, w
a visitor in O.egon City Wednesdiy.
. Mrs. R Glasspool, of Poitland, waB
vititing Oregon City friends Tuesday.
Miss Grace Marshall, of Portland, U
yisiting her sister, Mr9. Judge Kyan.
E. F. Veteto, a pioneer (armor of New
Era prec'iLct. was in town Wednesday.
F. F. Wilcox, a prominent farmer of
Rellaud,' was in the city during the
Oj -ar Hay;er. a Ddhs aitoruey, was
in Oregon City during the eariy part of
S. A Doul las, one of the pioneer ai
mers of Eagle Creek, was in the ii y
Samual I f ei pie, one if th pro niant
young men. of Eagle Creek, was in tli !
G. A. Hein. J. F. Rait and A. W.
Cheney lef. Tuesday for a tishing trip
fo the At'iqua.
J. W. Standinger, of Clackannt
precinct, was in the city yesterday on
Mrs. Waynj Robbing and child wee
passengers oa Duffy's giage on th re
turn trip to their homo at Molalla.
M. Shanr and family expect to loave
Tuesday for Woodouru, having ar
raiued to make their future home near
Mrs. Ma,-gia Medka, who recently re
turned from the Eist, w 11 be j lined by
Mr. Medka and one ot ttie ch Ijren in a
P. E. Boouey, of Colion, was io town
Walnesday, aul brought in a cougar
scalp, for whicli ho received th t custo n
Ex County Com ;uiasioiiir Frank Jag
gar, of Carus, w.n in town Wednesday,
and repirtel the crop prospects were
Harry Muir left yesterday on his re
turn trip to Soatile, where ne will r. join
his c iiiirjl.'j in ajiive eervije on the
Hon. Charles B. M mm, of thi city,
lias het a weleced .s the orator to de
liver au a.ldaess before the Yamhill pi
oneers on Juue 7th .
Edward Chu-k, Thomas Clinefelter,
Jerry O'Brien and Elwrd Davies, of
Oswego, le.t Monday for Seattle, where
they expect to spend the sjramir.
Mrs. K. H. Gabbert and child and
Miss Vinnie Knapp returneii this a'ter
noon from a short visit to Cottage
Grov.-. V eJuesday's Eugene Guard.
W. aud Mrs. Oaney arj ho ue from a
Visit to Chlska.iie, Columbia ciunty.
and see it
Mr. Blaney reports considerable life in
the logging camps, and a demand for
Rev. E. S Bollinrer and Deacon L.
M. Andrews returned yesterday morn
ing from Albany, where they attended
the Willamette Association of Congrega
ltev. Father Hillebrand left Tuesday
to attend the itrand concovation of the
0. K. ol A., which meets in St. Louis.
He will also visit an uncle in San Fran
cisco, and make a trip to Mxio. He
will be gone several weeks.
William Newmann, of Sp ingwater,
ws in the city the first of the week,
and reported tint two men ha I secured
fair prispects oi gold in a gravel bed
neai Rocky Point, a prominent 1 ind-ma-k
in Hint section. It has not been
leanie l whether or not the gold exists
in p iymg quantities.
LOCH. Nt-WS nuns.
The daughter of Mr Hoffman died Ht
Boliuii jes erday.
Bom, to the wife of Oien Haj nes, an
eight pound hoy on April 18.
Our motto: "High quality and low
pr.ces." Miss C. Goldsmith.
That crazy woman was lat heard
from in the vicinity of Colton, hut is not
Inclined to be lamed.
Carpet weaving done by John Harris
berger, vl t fli i tut, n tar L iwton pla 10
Call, or address Box 8ti, Oregon City.
IWt fail to aitend the hypnotic en
tertaiunient at the Willamette had,
Monday and Tuesday evenings, April
29: h aud 30th.
Rea l the newsy Hood View corres
pondence ou the eighth page. The lo
cal news bad to be set solid this week
to provide the necessary space.
Lost a pair of spectacles between
Oregon City and Clackamas Heights on
Aprd 8th. Finder wi'l please return to
Mis. Keunedy at Clackamas Heights.
In the circ lit yesterday the jury in
the suit of Boon vs Gibtos returned a yer
d ct iu favor of the defendant. The suit
of Lawrence va Steveu, also was before
Stonewall J. Vanghan ha purchased
the iNoblitt stable from J. j. Bradley,
and has already taken possession. Mr!
bra liey will visit hii farm for. a short
time to recuperate.
It is time that prompt efforts wtre be
ing made for a demonstration in fwnor
of President McKiuley, when he shall
passed through here on May 22nd.
Arroiigmenlsshoull bj nude to have
the train stop here tor a few uiuiiieUs.
Leslie H. Cowing, formerly of this
city, is lying very low at G od Samari
tan Hospital in Po Hand, and his re
covery is considered dou'ttful. Captain
and Mrs. T. F. Coiug and other mem
bers of the family are at his bedside.
If the city council desires to increase
the revenue of the city, i: should ps
an ordinance taxing teleph mes. Al
most all the cities iu Oregon now ui
telephones. The city co-.incil holds its
regular month! meeting next Wednes
Mrs. G. E. Martin was the recipient
of a very ideanaiH m prise party last
Thursday evening it thj homo of hel
J. C. Taylor.
Martin's birth -
dav. and onlv immediate relatives of
the family were present.
Rev. S. Copley for several years pas-1
tor of the Evangelical cburch of this ,
city, as resigned his paBtorate, and will j
preach bis larewell sermon next Sunday,!
at 11 a. m. Rev. Copley baa not yet!
decided whether he will accept the call
he has received from California, or lo
cate with another church in Oregon.
Mrs. Junia Lando and Amy Johnson
have purchased the confectionery es
tablishment in the Stevens building on
Main street, formerly conducted by the
Misses Galbraiih. Miss Carrie Gal
braith has returned to Albany, but Miss
Jennie is remaining for awhileto get the
new proprietors started in the business.
Meade Post No. 2, G. A. R., will meet
at Willamette hall Monday, May 6th, at
7 p. m ., (sharp) and be escorted to the
Congregational church by the Parkplace
band, where the exercises will be held
for the 20th anniversary of the Post The
Post has secured good speakt r and good
music. All old soldiers and citizens are
invited to be present.
basket social and an entertainment
will be niven at the Welsh Congiega
tional church at 7:30 p. m. at Beaver
Creek on Friday, May 2nd. We intend
to have a good time. The ladies are
I ready fixing up their baskets. A cor
dial invitation is extended for all to be
present. Come and enjoy yourselves.
Speeial meetingut the Salvation Army
Hail Sunday evening, April 28, at 8 p,
in , eond'icte 1 by Major and Mrs. Harris
of Portland Both are good speakers as
well as good singers. But do not forget .
th ie .warn .n.-i1 n.l tlm n .,w I
winch iiiu take place Me lnesday eve
ning, May 1st. Everybody come and
bring your friends along. A grand time
The County Board of Commissioners
will meet in regular session next, Wed
nesday. Until some members of the
late legislature saw tit to change the
meeting time of county courts, the ses
sion always begun on the fl-st Wednes
day after the first Monday in e&ch
month. It is now the first Wednesday
straight in each month.
E. C. Greenman, superintendent .of
hatcheries, who has been assisting Dep
uty Fish Warden Bultman to collect
fishermen's licenses, reports that thev
are about all paid. The fishnrmen
claim that the run of salmon is verv
small, the catch being principally steel-'
neaue. it is not expected that tlieri
will be much improvement, until the
half salmon begin to run.
' William Margison, a nephew -if Mrs.
Charles Wright, who died in Portland
Friday, was buried hero Sunday under
the auspices of Portland Lodge, A. O.
U. W., assisted by Falls City lodge.
The first services were conducted in the
hall by Kev. R. A. Atkins, then followed
the lodge services. The deceased left a
wife, who '.a very low with consump
tion, and.an8 year old c'.ild.
The following proceedings were had
in the probate court this week: In the ,
uiatter of the estate .f W. A- Stephens, I
deceased, W. W. Stephens, administra
tor, O. B. Moores, E. G. Caufield and
W. A. Huntley were appointed ap
pointed appraisers Henry J. Botte
miller, administrator of the estate of E.
Bottemiller, deceased, was ordered to
file a new bond for $11,000 in 10 days
and a detailed report in 30 days. It ap
pears that when Bottemiller- was ap
pointed administrator the estate was
alned at $5,500. but he tiled a bond of
$200. The last will of William Standin
gerwas admitted to probite and J. W.
Standinger was ad pointed executor. The
estate is valued at $250,
A noteworthy social event was
party which Mrs. Doll gavo in honor of
her husband's birthday at their home
in the Greenpoint suburb, on Monday
evening, to which a select party of
friends had been invited. The company
whiled away the pleasant Hours in card
playing and dancing, and the delicacies
and toothsome eatables which composed
the refreshments expresse I more ad-1
(juately than words could that Mrs. Doll!
in nu iw iiinm, iiiio ncurai were;
Messrs. O Crojner, Ely Maddock, Burt !
Baxter. Charles binniery, Elyem Souls,
Jerry Flemniing, Samuel Strong; Mea
danies Charles Cromer, Stranser.B Bax
ter, Katie O'Conner ; Vlisses Lizzie tlou
sey, May Curl, Deli Curl, Gertrude
The Late Mrs. Martha Ann Harlow.
The fnueral of ihe late Mrs. MHrtha
Ann Barlow, took place from the Bap
tist fhurch Tuesday foreuoon. The
church services, which were largely at
tended, were conducted by Rev.. J. H.
B iaven, and at the grave by Pioneer
Chapter of the Order of Eastern Star,
Miss France, worthy matron, assisted by
Thomas F. Ryan, worthy patron, con
ducting the services. The pallbearers
were: George A. Hur ling, J.E. Hedges,
R. O. Ganong, J. P. Lovett, G. W.
Grace, F.J. Ixiuis. The floral offerings
were tasty and elaborate.
The decease J was 7'J years of age. She
was born in Virginia, and emigrated tc
Oregon in 1850 with her husband, Mr.
Allen, who died at Cinemih soon after
their arrival. In 1851 Bhe married Wil
liam Barlow, a pioneer of 18 15, who sur
vives her. They subsequently removed
to what has been known for many yeis
as Barlow, the Btati on being named in
their honor. For the past two or three
years she bad been in precarious health.
She left the following children: W. S.
Tull, Mis M. W. Sheppard, Miss M. S.
Barlow and Cassius U liatlow, of Bar.
low, and Mrs. T. M. Milh r, of Oregon
City. Mrs. C. W. Ganong, R. M. Ail n
and.lhelile Mrs. Joseph Hedges were
Notice to Contractors,
Notice is hereby given that sealed
bids will be received by the board of
directors of fch'iol district No. 3J, of
Clackamas county, Uregm, at Stone
po'ti,tlicM for building an 1 completing a
schoolhouss throughout in school dis
trict No. 30, on oi before the 13lh day of
May, 1001, all o'clock p, m , when
said bids will be opened by the board of
directirs at Stone post oibVe and aeon
tiuct awa'ded to the lowest responsible
bidder. The hoard reserves the right to
r j -ct any and all bids. Schoolhoiiee to
be completed by September 20th, 1901,
i cording to plan and ppecificalions
now on tile at Stone post'.fnVe.
Chairman Bourl Dine ors,
Stone, Ap.il 23, 1J01.
parent 8, Mr. and Mrs.
'I'l : Vf
The little friends of Carl Nehren
gathered at the home of his parents,
Mr. ; and Mrs. P. Nehren, to
celebrate his 12th birthday by giving
him a surprise party Monday evening
The evening was spent in music and
Pme".', "wr WOM:n fl furrommeu
i v."' ""v"" ."" -
beautifully decorated with flowers and
supplied with ail the dainties of the sea
Bon. Those present were : Lena and Ar,
nie Gadte, Essie Block, Ethel and Lois
Green, Nellie and Pearl Wood, Helen
Rollinger, Alzey Bernier, Alilia Hart,
Winnie Hanney, April Miller, Nettie
Kruse, Maud Woodward, Marv Belle
Meldrum and Clara Nehren; Messrs.
Alan Cooke, Ray Williams, Charles Bol
linger, Leo Canon, Roy Mille', Philip
Hammond, Ralph Milln, Willie Wilson,
Jack Meldrum, Earl Walker, John Han
ney, KiiBsel Wo tl, Harry and Dudley
Woodward and Carl Nehren.
A Social Entertaintm nt.
The joint entertainment anil social
given at the A. O. U. W. hall Wednes
day night by the Workman and Degree
of Honor lodges was a gratifying affair,
and the rooms were fairly crowded with
people making the best of the occasion
Livy Stipp was master of ceremonies.
Addresses were made by C. H. Dye, a
grand lodne officer, and Mrs. Stephens,
grand chief of honor of the Degree of
Honor. There were recitations by
Charles Rohison, Bessie Warner, and a
reading by Miss Bessie Gilmer, which
was recited with excellent elocutionary
effects. Walter Little sang a couple of
e ' eu' , .lVa,ler 1jU' ? Ban.g a Ple 0
BO'"8. 1 wen received, a mrce
Gossip," fairly took the house by storm.
Those participating in the farce were:
Misses Clara Warner, Bessie Grout,
Hutli and Lizzie Shipley, Maggie Good
fellow and Lizzie Vegelius. Refresh
ments were served, and games and danc
ing followed, Miss Veda Williams being
' Y.' iifw C. A. to Resume Work.
.The Oregou City 1. M.. 0. A. is to
again resume work after a season of in
activity due to a lack of funds with
which to employ efficient men for gen
eral secretary aud physical director.
The chief impetus at the present time
is the kindly assurances from the five
large corporations of the city of hand
some corntributions toward the work
and in uiew of this fact and the great
need of the institution in Oregon City
the Y. M. C. management cordially in
vites the hearty co-operation of the citi
zens of Oregon City iu permanently es
tablishing the association.
lo Tebt The New Law.
William Dntcher, operator of the fish
wheel in front of the fish ladder at the
falls, was fined $0 in Justice MVNulty's
i court this afternoon, after being found
j guilty by a jury. Sentence, however,
the circuit court. The wheel was nut in
,aiiirtn f. u, n-nrlr. KnnHu
8tternoon, and at 5 :3) Monday morning
Fish Warden Henry Bultman arrested
William Dutcher, who acknowledged
that he was the operator of the wheel.
He also said he had alright to run a fish
wheel, as they were running in the
Columbia river. Dutcher was released
on his own recognizance, ami the arest
was kept quiet until given out by Fish
Warden Van Dusen.of Astoria. Dutcher
acknowledged on the witness stand that
he operate I the wheel and that he be
lieved he had a right to, on account of
the unconstitutionality of the law. The
counsel for the defense contended that
the act regulating the use of fish wheels
was unconsiitonal, for thu reason that it
discriminated in favor of certain locali
ties. Captain Archie Pease is reporte I
to be the heaviest owner in this fish
The Mulr Party.
A party wis given at the home of
Mr. and Mis . T. Muir Tuesday nigl t
I in honor ol Harry Muir, who was home
U Wlt8 nurprise aff ur, and features were
,,ftr,H) him1 jce (TrtHm ,) cake were
on 1 snori vim ironi me oauiesnip iowb.
uur-uu, l vim it vurv mi uvuh onca.
sion. The following were present:
Misses Marv ami Lizzie Gilbert, Cora
Wingfield, Nora Hale, Mvrlleand lies
sie Hamilton, A lie - Andrews, F.leannr
and Maggie Williams, Grace Marshall.
May Luce, Jessie Young, lluldah Hol
den, Retta Pierce, Myrtle Currin, Bessie
Grout ; Messrs, Al'eu Frost, David and
Owen Thomas, Alfred Weeil, Carl Hab
erlach, Melvin McCnid, Willie Marshall,
and the Messrs Mn r; also Mr. and
Mrs. Charles vluir, Mr. and Mrs. Long,
He v. A.J. Montgomery.
Right into our Re I Seal Bar
saparilla into the medicine
itself not like the much ad
vertised kinds where one dol
lai goes for quality and the
other nine for printer's ink.
There is no great secret about
making a good Sarsaparilla
it all lies in the care of prepar
ation, purity of Ingredients
and cont-cience of the pharma
cist; if he cuts down the
amount of the iodide of poUs
sinin a drachm or two on each
bottle, or saves a triti i on this
ingredient and a little on that,
he wid have plenty of adver
tising funds. But ieople are
beginning to put faith triors iu
the druggist they have always
known rather than in the
million dollar advertiser.
We have been working on and
improving our Red Heal Sarsa
parilla (or the pist six years
until we honestly believe that
no one, at c ny pi ice, makes a
better Sateaparilla. and we
are always here to give you
)our money back if it does not
give you entire satisfaction.
Regular do'lar size, 6c.
C. Q. HUNTLEY,
We mention only a
to be obtained at the
Large Hand Lamp 23
Glass Tumblers. ... ."" 4
Sunbonnets, all colors .... 25
English Violet Soap, box . 10
Children's Parasols 19
Men's Shirts 25
Ladies' Sailor Hats 25
Good Calico, yd 5
Shirt Waists (latest) . 50
Men's Gloves 25
Envelopes, pkg 2
Lead Pencils, rubber, doz. 10
Fountain Pen 50
Pocket Combs, 5
Good Towels 10
I Complete line of fishing and base bail goods
Forty Teacheas Granted Ortlfl
ea es Teachers' Association to
Meet in Oregon City.
The county board of examiners com
pleted the grading of pipers of the ap
plicants for certificates to teach, at. the
recent esamiuation Saturday. County
Superintendent Zinser issue I certifi
cates to 4), as follows: First grade Eva
M. Moehnhe, Ely; Elizabeth Hliiplev,
M. Shrock. Grace' E I wards, Florence E.
Patty; Sade II. Chase, Oiegon City;
Martin Massmger, Shubel; N. 8.
McHargue, Portland; Matilda Olson
Kelso; Manila Sturchler, Clackamas
Elizibeth Evans, Monitor. Second
grade Pearl Nida, David B. Thomas,
Beaver Creek; Julia Bpooner, Aurora;
May Vedder, McKee; Lizzie Miller,
Vlarquain ; Grace Koblnson, Clackara is;
Nellie J. Kemp, Scott's Mills; FraticU
Johnson, M iy Anirews, Bessie Gran',
Robert W. Baker. Oregon City. Thi d
grade Olive Tenny, Christina Hamil
ton, Viola; Chester El. Marquam, Mar
quatn ; Edmund Snyder, Aurora; Maud
Zimmerman, Lillian K. Gjns, Oj
wego; Clementina D. Bradford, Eigle
Creek; Florence Blechingir Portland;
Margaret Goodfellow,Jessie Humphreys,
Sheba Child-, Bertha Kennedy, Edith
Jackson, Oregon City. Primrv A D.
McIIargiie. Portland ; Harriet Cochran,
Marg.iret Williams, Laura Pope, Eva 8.
The Clackamas County Teachers' Ai
ciation will hold their regular m mthly
meeting at the Barclay scho jl building,
Satnrnay, April 27th. The following
njniber have been arranged for the
program: "The Geography of North
America," P. A. Divis.l) im iscuv, "die
Revised School Lw,".f . 0. Zinser ; ' Fraction-Decimal
and Percentage," H. L.
McCann, Parkplace; "Use of the Equa
tion, or How to Indicate Advanced
Work in Arithmetic," Sade H Chase;
"The Art of Teaching," Miss Leni Mor
row. Methodist Church Entertainment .
The social entertainment at the Metho
dist Episcopal cutirch Friday night was
greeted with a crowded house, who ap
preciated the program presented.
Among the numbers receiving merited
applame wera: Instru uental solo, M's
Nelhe Swattoru; recitation, ivirs. uiinert
Kimlvr: voml iliirtt. Arden and Moreita
Hickman ; recitation, E-isie III ick ; dint,
Mrs. E.J. Maple an 1 Mrs C. T Hick -
man; monologue, Mor-iia incuman;
iiislriinipnt.il solo, Mrs. E E. Williams;
select reailing, Rev Atkins; trio, Ardeu
Hickman, Orville Hunt, Raymond Ol
son; duet, Messrs. Miller and Hunt.
Several amateur actors displayed their
dramatic talent to good advantage in a
drama entitled, "Smith's Letters."
Those participating were: Jamjs
Vaughan, Frank Shipley, O. A. Miller,
Bessie Capeu, Nettie Fleming, Mary
Vaughan, Ada Egge.
Public School Mutters.
A sectiona bookcase has been re
ceived at the Barclay birlding for the
puMic school library, which is a desira
ble conveniece. Dr. W.E. Oarll ha
presented the library wilb "Sixty Cen
turiesof Human Progres," in 12 vol
umes. This is the Be -on 1 lot of book
Dr. Carll ha- presented to the school li
brary within a few month past.
Ttie schools wil. cloe the year's work
on the Klstof M iy, su cceeding Decora
tion Diy. A class of 10 will graduate,
as follows: (1. Aime. Bollack, Vesta
Broughlon, William Califf, Elitli Che
ney, Anna Gibson, Nora Hale, Howard
Latouretie, William Marshall, Hilda
Walden, I)uis Weismindel. The class
oflicers are : Preside, it, Loan Wei-irnin-del;
vice-oresidont, Ann Gleason; sec
retary, Howard Liioore,it", The class
c Mors are green anl white, an 1 the
class 11 iwer is w.iile carnati ju.
A Razing, Rnrlna Flood
Washed down a telegraph line which
Chas. 0. Elli, of Lisbon, la., had to re
nair 'Sianding waist deep in icy
waier ." he writes, "gave me a terrible
otil and eouifh It grew worse daily
Finally the best doctors in Oakland,
Nth.. Sioux City and Omaha said I had
Consumption and could not live. Then
I began using Dr. King's New Discovery
and was wholly cured by six bottles.
Positively guaranteed for Coughs, Culdi
and all Throat and Lung troubles by
i George A Harding. Price oU eenti anu
few of the Bargains
of Oregon City
"Percy" Kid Gloves 1 00
Silk Gloves 25
"Empress" Corset. ..... . 45
Good Pocket Knives..
Men's Ribbed Underwear
Children's Tooth Brushes
Large Writing Tablets . .
Well made Wrappers,
Men's Sweaters. 95
SPRAY OF THE FALLS.
Matters of special importance will
come up at the meeting of the Board ot
Trade to b held in the county court
room this (Friday) evening. A definite
conclusion will likely be reached as to
what county mad is to- he improved
through special efforts of the board. It
also is a matter of great import as to the
proper advertising of the county's re
sources, in order that Clackamas cninty
shall receive her q'lota of Eastern immi
gration. There should be a full attend
ance of the members at this meeting, ai
the time is now opportune fur prompt,
It is to be regretted that there are no
means whereby William Wilson could
secure recourse for the injuries sustained
by being ejected from the train bv a
brakeman. It matters not what hii
habits of life may have been, his condi
tion is to be pitied inasmuch as he is a
permanent cripple. As such he is unable
to rustle for himself and becomes a bur
den on the county.
There was no foundation, in fact, for
the published rumors that P. D. Curran
and A. Fredericks were in any way re
sponsible for the so-called valeutinei
sent to several parties at Ely, except the
imagination of gossipers, and thu stories
lost nothing In their repetition. The
United States grand j lrj, through In
vestigation, further dispelled any foua.
dation that there might have been for
mixing up the names of reputable citi
zens, who are far above any action of
that kind None of the friends of Cur
ran and Fredericks believed them capa
ble of such an act. The blame rests on
the overt acts of those who delight to
ma'e their neighbars guilty of some
The two Vancouver bankers who com
mitted suicide when the bank examiner
ordered them to close up business, lived
such a short distance from Oregon City
as to make the incident one of local in
terest The incident, is n unusual one,
for buikers are usually classed as strong
mind id indit iduals, who still hold up
their heads: when struck by adversity.
Attention is called to the suggestion
of Mlas McOarver 111 another column in
reference lo protecting certain song
' birds f he nolice is timely and worthy
of every c iiisideralioii.
Tnere are still a few people who never
will learn that the so-called local matter
in the Oregon City editio 1 01 the Eve
ning Telegram, is not read anywhere
else except by a limited few here. And
yet they have tha cheek to get some
free advertising iu that slnet, and then
want the local papers to copy it. It is a
fact that either of the local papers has
five times the circulation in the oity of
that paper.to say nothing of the cor 11 try
The summit of the projecting rocky
clilf, now being blasted away by the
Southern Pacitio Railroad Company,
tuated opposite the old electric gener
ating station, was once a popular Indian
burying groun l. A lew Mays ago the
blasting opvmd up some Indian gravel,
bringing to light old guns, rare coins,
beads aud pieces of blankets, ownership
articles buried ith the native tribes
that core lived around the falls The
small boys began to dig for treasures,
aud in addition to the skull a number
of rare coins ttie lmt-'t valuable being
French, East India Company ami Ca
nadian coins. Willie Marshall has one
small French silver coin, about the size
of a quart' r, bearing the date of 1818;
also a live-franc pie e of the date of 1836,
Tin re are coii.s of var.ous date and
national ties, soma silver halt d illara
bearing dates of the CD's. Several "pe0
pie have secure 1 Interesting collections
of skuIIs, relicts ol firearms, beads, coine
Second Hand Bicycles Clteap,
If you want to buy a good second-hand
bicycle for little money, go to nuntley'e
Bookstore. They have them from $10
to 120 boys,' ladies' and men 1 styles,
Everyone carefully overhauled and re
paired and put in good running coa
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Bale Bazaar :