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OREGON CITY '.COURIER-HERALD. FRIDAY, APRIL 26 , 1901.
irk. who has re-
Dress Goods Sale
Plain Weaves and
A ne line of French pop
lins in all the new colors Jfy q
40-inch extra superfine
French poplins, double Q7f
warp, at I U
48 inch French Vigoureux
in tan, gray and castor, . ,n
48-inch French Granite,
double warp, $1.50 qual- . ,
ity, at .. Ol.lo
THIRD and MORRISON -
George Sheer, of Macksburg, waB in
the city Tuesday.
Dr. J. J. Leavitt was in from Molalla
during the week.
James Wilson, of Clackamas precinct,
was in town Wednesday.
M. E. London, of Carus, was a visitor
in Oregon City Saturday.
Miss Bridget Gibson, of Mount Angel,
is visiting Mrs. Dan Lyons.
Charles E. Spence, of Carus, was a
visitor in the city Saturday,
Jesse Cox, a well known resident of
El wood, was in tbe city Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Bilyeu, of Eugene,
were visitors in the city Saturday .
Rev. J. H. Beaven attended a minis
ters' meeting in Portland Monday.
Miss Carrie Schuebel, of Shubel, went
to Aurora Saturday to visit friends. -
Mr. and Mrs. Oren Cutting, of Mo
lalla, were iu Oregon City Saturday.
Owen Foley,' of Portland, was the
guest of John Gleason, jr., last Sunday.
Carl Church is again employed in
McKittrick's shoe store as 8 saleBoun.
Henry J. Bottemiller and family, of
Milwaukie, were visitors in town Mon
day. J. L. Stewart, a well known builder
and farmer of Stone, was in town Tues
Mrs. J. . Noll, of McMinnville, is
visiting her daughter, Mrs. Frank E
Mrs. Robert A. Miller left Saturday
for a visit with relatives in Marion
Henry Kocher, a prominent farmer,
of Mark's Prairie, was in Oregon City
J. D. Myers left Friday for Yaquina,
-and may conclude to remain there for
Mrs. J. Johnson, cf Palestine, has
been visiting Mrs. Johu Shaffer, cf
Miss Helen Gleason, who is teaching
the Meadowbrook school, was home
Saturday and Sunday .
James Fuller, a pioneer and former
business man of Oregon City, was up
from Portland Tuesday,
J. D. Myeis bas returned from Stone,
he considering the climate too damp lor
his condition ol heaitn.
John Dickey, who bas been oj the
upper Molalla during the past winter,
is visiting relatives litre.
James Uolestock, whose home is
St. Joe, Anderson county, Mo., is v.sit-
ing A. T. Muir and family.
Frank and William Miller w rj in
from Shubel Saturday, and report that
grain crops are looking we.l.
C. W. Noblitt, the pioneer ex-Hvery-V
man, now of Needy, was in town for
days during the past week.
S. O. Mitchell, the Salmon rhe:
mountaineer, was in the city Mcnday,
and paid olf the taxes on his farm.
W. S. Hurst aud G. A. Bock went 0
Oregon City Sunday to "shoot" the
town. They came back well provide I
with views. Aurora Borealis.
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Black and Colored
44-inch, black and colors, '
French Venetian, ready
for use, sponged and Q7p
shrunk, at O I u
54-inch French Venetian,
black and colore, good
60-inch Venetian, black
only, extia heavy cloth,
elegant finish, at
54-inch extra finished
French Venetian, $4.00
' ' PORTLAND, OREGO
Mrs. H. Bissell, of Canby, iB visiting
her sister-in-law, Mrs. E. E. Martin.
Mrs. George 'Shipley and son, of
Monnt Pleasant, left this week to join
Mr. Shipley at Eureka, Calif
G. E. Waggoner, chief clerk of the
surveyor-general's office, accompanied
by his wife, was in the city Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Kalbfleisch, of
Carus, were in Oregon City Monday.
He reports crop conditions favorable.
J. B. David, the Newberg capitalist,
was in town looking after hiB property
interests during the brat of the week.
M. Hoefer. of Mount Pleasant, baa
sold his farm to Frank Hendricks, and
he and his family have gone to Eureka,
Road Supervisor A. W. Cooke, of
Damascus, was in town Saturday, and
reported that road work was again un-
Louis Toedte'meier, of Stafford, was
in the city yesterday. He had lust
made the purchase of ft new engine for
his thresher .
Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson went
Saturday to Oregon Ctty to visit friends,
returning Monday evening Forest
Mrs. A. Arnold, of Fort Steele, Wyo
ming, is visiting her nephow, A. Schoth
at Ely. She is well pleased with her first
trip to Oregon.
Miss Meta Finley, of Oiegon City,
spent last Sunday in the city, the guest
of her sister, Miss Gertrude Finley.
St. Helen's MisC.
Barton Birlow, who has recovered
from a long siege of typhoid fever, was
on Ma!n street Monday, the first time
in over two months.
W. L. Snidow arrived the fin t of the
week from Nebraska, and after a short
visit to Pendleton, expects to again take
up tiis residence here.
M. Xan.r ann. o.noi;,M ,;.v,
her daughter, Mrs. M. F. Smalley. left
Manday to join her husband, who re
cently located at Hood River.
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Gibson, who re
cently arrived from San Francisco, will
reside on George Lazelle's farm. Mrs.
Gibson is a niece of Mr. Lazelle.
Assessor and Mrs. Eli Williams vis
ited Mra Mary Heinle at Eagle Creek,
Sunday, and report that conditions are
j looking favorable for good crops,
Mis8 Gertrude Finley, principal of the
St. Helens school, will resign in a
couple of weeks, to accept a position in
the ullice of the Bandoq woolen mills.
J. O. Martin left the first of the week
for Cape Nome, where he will develop
his mining interests. Mr. Martin has
great faith in the future of that country.
C. G. Huntley, Charles Holman, R.
O. Ganong and Henry Meldrum re
turned Saturday evening from a fishing
trip to Milk creek, and reported suc
cess. Harrv Muir. now in the service of the
battleship Iowa, returned to Port Or-
chard yeEterday to j tu his ship, whidi
has been laying ill Hie dry docks. Mr.
Muir is well pleased with the navy Her-
vice, and says that promotions are much
11 tre rapid than in the aiuiy.
Have been so successful in their manufacture
that they are known for their marvelous
strength and easy runing qualities. No doubt
you have seen these wheels other years, but
we call especial attention to this year's line.
They sell on their merit.
Chainless $60 Light Roadster $40
Racer 50 Heavy Roadster 35
Cushion . Frame $50 '
Morrow Coaster and Brake $5 extra
sidt'd at the home of Judge' and Mrs.
W iiliam Galloway, lias beeu engageu 10
teach a sclmol at Carlton, Yamhill
Mrs. George W. Bingham and child,
of CorvalliH, who were vihiling Mr.
Bingham here, left for Salem Monday
to visit relatives for a few days before
returning home. ,
Road Supervisor J. J. Mallatt and
V. A. Woxdside, of Mnlino, were in
town Saturday. The former is superin
tending the construction of a new bridge
across Milk ireek.
Rumsbv was in from Molalla
Saturday, aud isported that a wild or
crazy woman had been seen in that vi
ciuity. Several persona had seen the
woman at a distance.
Rev. E. S. Boliitiuer is attending the
Willamette Association ot Congrega
tional churches at Albany this week.
He preached the Association sermon,
and was elec;ed clerk of the assembly.
A. R. Dimick, teacher of the Scott's
Mi, la m-honl. was iii town Snndav visit
ing his brother, Mayor Dimick. The
former intends to go to the Sound, and
his wife will conduct the school during
his absence. '
James Dickey at rived iu from Mo
ilia Tuesday, -and reooi ted that he had
lost several goats, which were killed by
a large black bear. This bear, alo has
killed goats lor other residents iu mat
neighborhood. ' '
Florian Oit, a prominent fruit grower,
of Sunnyside, was in thi city luesJay,
aud stated that the Italian prunes gave
promise of a large yield this season.
Petites and French prunes, however,
only indicated a half crop.
n S. Slover. who has been ill at the
home of his sister. Mrs. E. Weddle at
Stavton for the oast two months, re
turn, it home tne nril 01 ine ween, ae
. . . . . i n
speaks very highly ot the nospitaoie.
qualities of the Stayton people.
Miss Tacy Wilkinson, a popular
teacher of Nehalem lor the past three
years, will go to Harport, Turkey in
Asia, as a missionary lor tne congrega
tional p.lmrch. Sha left on the Elmore
for a brief visit in California before tak
ing her deoarturo for her post ot duty
Tillamook Herald. Misa Wilkinson
was fonuerlv a well known resident of
Hal Rands left Thursday evening for
Malheur county, where he will j jin his
brother, Ernest Rands in executing a
government survey. He was accoin
panled by Wilford - White, George
Tucker. Walter Johnson, Georgt Win
ters, L. H. Feaster, Bud Simmons,
Rutherford Whitlock, EJ Suriaoe and
John Matthews. Later Georne Swaf
ford, now attending Pacific university,
will join the party
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS.
Born, in Falls View addition Friday,
April 19th, to I. S. Lawrsnce an 1 wife,
The infant oh M of Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Ford, who died on the West
Side Sattuday, was buried Sunday.
James S. Dew, of Redland, who is af
flicted "vith another abscess, was brought
t. town Monday b Louis Funk, for an
Company A, Third Regiment,
O. N. G.. will give a benefit ball at. the
Armory on Saturday eve.iing, May 11th
It will be a notable affair.
D. S. Moore, of Carus. aged 73, was
examined before the county judge Sat-
nrdav. and committed to Ihe state in
eane ay um
He was recently bound
over to the circuit court 011 a charge of
threatening to kill.
For Sale 240 acres of land 12 miles
Oregon City; 40 cleared house, barn
orchard; price, 2350 ; $500 down, bal
ance on easy terms. Have youron
time to pay balance. Apply to J. W.
McAnultv, office on Main street, oppo
site Albright's meat market.
Victor, the 7-vear old son of William
McDonald, ot New Era precinct, who 1
died last Thursday morning from the
effects of injuries received from being
run over by a harrow, as buried in the
Old Fellows cemetery on Saturday.
The funeral was largely attended.
A quietus has been put on relic-hunting
ami the digging up of graves in the
old Indian burying ground on the bluff,
opposite the falls. .District Deputy At
torney J. U. Campbell has posted a no
tice on the grounds forbidding trespass
ing, or digging up the graves. The In
dians claimed that the graves of their
ancestors were being desecrated, and
protested auainst the robbing of the
i hones. Some of the Indians claim that
j this was, a great burying ground, and
; that hundreds Indians are' buried on
the comparative level ground on the
1 bluff abive the falls.
Blue Serges cf fast color, brown
and gray mixtures and fancy wors
ted suits made in the latest fashion
and of dependable fabrics.
Largest Clothiers In the
The news has been received here that
the husband of Mrs. Nellie Wick, was
killed in a railroad wreck a few days
ago, near El Paso, Texas. Mrs. Wick,
who is a granddaughter of Mrs. Rachel
Bacon, left here to marry Mr. Wick
something over a year ago. He was the
proprietor of a large salcon across the
line in Mexico.
A stranger came to the court house
thefiistof the week and reported that
there was a crazy man on the Barlow
wagon road, three miles beyond the toll
gate, but would not swear out a warrant
for his arrest. When asked what symp
toms the man had, he ttated the he was
killing grouse, and the Lord had told
him to slaugbtei them.
Deputy County Recorder E. P. Ded
man runnrti) that, on a close examina
tion, he .finds that the pencil crop in the
immediate viciuity Ol nis piaue ou wo
Clackamas, was killed by the late heavy
I mat a At first the blossoms did not
have the appearance of injury, but a
closer examination revealed the fact that
n,u fruit hm Is hail all turned muck, in
iat. vh'initv 3.000 boxes of
peaches were gathered I st year, but this
season there win re none. rruiiBiuw
nm. hnwRver. in the vicinitv of Canby,
still contend that their peaches were not
materially injured by the late frost.
Reports indicate that prunes and other
fruits have receiveU but silgni injury
Sailor and w ilking hats
Miss O. Goldsmith.
Besides these we have the Mitchell, fitted with
detachable tires. $30, and the Ideal $25.
We sell on installments and take second-hand
wheels in trade.
BURMEISTER & ANDRESEN
tHE OREGON CITY JEWELERS
Look at our Bargains in Second-Hand Wheels.
We make mention of some worthy value
in Summer sack suits which, because of
their very good quality and extremely low
price, appeal to the thrifty
Nobby Suits, made of herring bone
cheviots, fancy checked cheviots,
blue serges and smooth finished
black worsted clays.
New arrivals daily in ready-U-wear
hats. Miss O. Goldsmith.
Job Couldn't Have Stood It
If he'd had Itching PileB. They're
terribly annoying; but Bucklen s Arnica
Salve will cure the worst case of piles on
earth. It has cured thousands, tor
Injuries, Pains or Bodily Eruptions it's
the best oalve in the woriu. rnce oo
box. Cure guaranteed, bold uy uee.
Baby caps and hats in the latest
styles. Miss O. Goldsmith .
1 lw,l,tl, iwart nsrlnr nriail for Bale
by W. L. Blook, Ihe homefurnlshtr.
'lis Easy to Feel Good.
llinnnnnds havs found a
blessing to the body in Dr. King's New
Life Puis, which positively cure vou-
t;..., Uinlr Huullxi'.hH. IJlZKllieSB.
Jaundice, Malaria, Feerand Ague and
all Liver and Stomach trouuieB rureiy
vegetable; never gripe or weaken, uniy
25c at Geo. A. Harding's drugstore.
CASTOR I A
lor Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
and Morrison, cor. entrance
When you want a good square meal
go to the Bruns wick restaurant, oppo
site suspension Driage, u. itucomcn,
nroDrietor. Everything fresh and clean
and well cooked; just like you get al
home. This is the only orst-ciass res
taurant in Oreeon City and where yoo
can get a good meal for the price of I
poor one el ewhere.
Kozv Kandy Kitchen, up to date on
New Spring Goods
arriving at the Fair
Laces from Jc per
The only place for