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OREGON CITY COURIER-HERALD, FRIDAY, JULY 12, 1901
GREAT MIDSUMMER SALE
Every article of wearing apparel, every yard of
fine dress goods, silks in plain and fancy effects.
2,743 yards of 36-inch all wool checks in varie
gated effects. Excellent material for street wear
or for the coast, mountains or traveling purposes.
Your choice for 19c a yard
2,113 yards of 42 and 45 inch all wool heavy
suiting, double warp, elegant and durable goods;
former price 50c, 75c and 85c a yard. Closing at
Midsummer sale price, 37c a yard
143 dozen fine fitting Summer Corsets, closing
at 19c a pair.
McAllen & McDonnell
EXCLUSIVE DRY GOODS IMPORTERS
THIRD and MORRISON - PORTLAND, OREGON
LOCAL AND PERSONAL-
Mrs. L, H. MeMahan and Mrs., K. L.
Hibbard, of Salem, accompanied by
Miss Helen Hibbard, are visiting Mrs,
Robert A. Miller and attending the
CLautauqua, The two former are sis
ters of Mrs. Miller.
Richard Garrett, of Needy, was in the
Monday, having met Mrs. Garrett, who
had been on an extended visit to East
em Washington. Mrs. Garrett arrived
in Portland Sunday, and accompanied
Mr. Garrett oat. home Monday .
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mark arrived
home Thursday night from a month's
visit to their old home in Pennsylvania,
having had a very enjoyable trip.
Amonit other points of interest visited
was the Pan-American exposition at
Buffalo, N. Y.
W. W. Smith, of Clackamas precinct,
was in town Monday. He has just es
tablished an experimental station for
the United States fih commission on
the Sile'z river. If it proves a success,
a permanent salmon hatchery Will be es
Hon. J. A. Talbert, superintendent of
the Urapqua hatchery, spent the Fourth
of July with his family at Clackamas
Station, a'nd was installed as noble
grand of the Lone Star Odd Fellows
lodge Wednesday night. He left on hi
valiipn trin In R rtauhu rcr Til !1 rH(l A V flicrht.
tie lias piaceu racsa at uiuereui pum a
and anticipates a good catch of salmon.
AT... Haiir'tnn R iftnaj.niorplrA M.nd
Professor Charles Diercke left Thursday
1 J . 1. ' 4 V
on au exten tea vacation tour, wu uo
fore returning" to the city thoy will
probably visit the leading Eastern mu
sic centers. Mnce ner pnenomenany
fi.i..aaufnl flpai nnnonrnnrrA ftl. Arion
DUlrt&lUI wpVW -
hall last October, Mrs. Drcke has ap
plied tierseu more assmousiy iuhu evei
In l.u. mncu.ut a'tirliua and in this care
fully planned vacation trip sho will, un
doubtedly, find well deserved rest and
recreation Sunday uregonian. ,.
Mrs. 0. Tomkins, of the West Side,
ihas been seriously ill.
E. and G. Krigbaom, of Garflald, were
in Oiegon City Friday.
Miss May Mangus, of Cjrvallis, is vis
iting Mrs. G. H. Brown.
Miss Cleo Haskius, of Portland, is yL
iiting her father, A. B. Haskins.
Mrs. A. Kocher and eon, James, were
in the city Saturday from Canb).
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Gibjon have Lean
- -visiting relatives at Eagle Creek.
Mr. and Mrs. C. U.' Barlow, of Bar
ilow, Jiave gone to Oakland, Calif.
' Mrs. Bert VhnCleve, of Oorvallis, has
been visiting Mrs. E..W. Bkgham.
Mr. and Mrs. John Taylor, of Mar
.j,uam, were visitors in the cit; Monday.
L. Sayer and A. L. Lirkins, of Mead
owbrook, were in Oregon City Saturday.
John H. Daly and daughter, of Macks
burg, attended the Chautauqua Fourth.
Mrs. M. Shaner was down from Mc
Kee visiting friends here during the
Al Waliing, of Linoln, Polk county,
was visiting friends here the first of the
Mr. and Mr-s. Nathan M. Moody, of
Portland, were vicitors in the citv on ihe
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Mathews, of
Macksbura, were visitors in the city on
J. J. Green, a former resident of
Oregon Ciiy, is now running a restau
rant at llwaco.
Mrs. 0. Tomkins was taken to the
Good Samaritan hospital Monday for
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Nonh and Miss
3ona Mayfieid.of Highland, were visit
os in the city Saturday.
Mrs. Henl-y Gans a-d son, of Oswego,
were vfsiting her ila.ighie', Mrs. (i. W.
Martin, during the week.
Millard Hiatt ieft Monday mort'ing
for the Cascade Forest reserve, to begin i
his duties as forest rai ger.
Mrs. W. B. Wiggins and children, of
Seaside, are visiting her p.uentj, Mr.
nd Mrs. James Wilkinson.
Mrs. E. W. Bingham', recent y of Oor
vallis, has joined her husband here, won
is proprietor of tne so la works.
Miss Addie L. Clark, principal of the
Barclay school, is down from hur Polk
county home lor a few d.iys visit.
Mr. W. H. Fento'J and Mi.-s Jennie
Parvin, of Dexter, Line c iiinty, were
visitors in Oregon City Saturday.
R. R. Bratton, of Birlnv, an 1 J. S.
Smith and son, of Oregon City, left
Monday for a trip t Eastern Oregon.
Miss Rhoda Nek;rk, who ha b en
teaching tchool near Curlt-in, Yam'il
county, has returned to the liallo vay
hom i at Parkplaci.
Mrs. B F. Rwope and children, who
were visiting relatives here for severel
weeks, returned to their home at Newport.
Mr. P. C. Williams, of Troutdale, was
visiting lur brother-in law, Assessor Eli
Williams and family, the first of the
Mr. and Mrs. E. Shubert and twin
children, of Elwood, were visiting Wil
liam Strohaker and family at H.ly during
the week .
sTIia blisses Elizabeth Hutchby, of
Portland, and Mau 1 and Marie Watts,
of Scappoose, visited Miss Mrtta Fin-
ley during the week.
Harry Elkins was down from Spring
water Monday, with 13cayote and nine
wildcat rcalps, for which be received
$44 in bounty warrants.
Chevter Roake left Saturday night for
Ocean Grove, Cafif., to j Jin his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Roake, who have lo
cated there permanently.
L. 0. Moore is home from a visit to
his family at Brownsville. Mrs. Moore,
who has been ill nr the past two or
three months, is but little improved.
MissE. Sadie White returned fiom
Sumpter Saturday, where she has been
in business for two or three years. Sne
will again take up her residence here.
Chrlej Bitzir,' who has been located
at Wilhoit Bpringo for some time past,
left Monday for Lebam, Wash,, where
he will be employed in a shingle mill.
Mr. and Mm. Tom F. Ojwing, jr.,
and daughter have been visiting rela
tives at Silverton. Mr. and Mrs. Sol
Smith are the parents of Mrs. Cowing.
Sol Wheeler left Thursday night for
Elk creek in Rogue river valley to re
sumo his work as assistant to Superin
tendent Beniairr, of the Minion hatchery
Hon. William Galloway went to Mc-
Minnville Saiurday niidit and attended
the installation services and exercises of
the Odd Fellows lodges. He was accom
panied ')y his daughter, Miss Zilph ,
Miss Maude Warner hag returned
from a pleasant month's visit with rela
tives at Seattle. She was accompanied
home by hr father, Robert Warmr,
who also bad visited in Seattlo for a
W. VV. .Myers ami wife, of LosAuga
les, Calif., passed through (Saturday hN
ternoon by team for Damascus,, where
the latter has relatives living, her par
ents being the Dunlaps. They were nix
wt eks on the road.
J. D. Myers, nj Oregon City, who is on
a trade of places with our Miciiael Kroll,
will be down in a short tim to take
possession of his ram-h. While we are
sorrv to lose this, gooJ family, we are
pleated to gain another who utauds so
well in the community where they have
lived, and will consider that an even ex
change will be n lo-w to either cuninu
nity. Coqiiilld C.ty Herald.
LOCAL NEWS ITEHS.
Born, July 4th. to G. B. Phillips and
wife at Pai kplace, a girl.
Born, July 4th, to E. A. Leighton and
wife in Oregon City, a boy.
Born. Julv 4th. to W. C. Thomag and
wife in Falls View addition, a boy.
Wanted Within a week, 35 teams for
wood hauling, (i Schnoerr, or rost
master, Willamette Falls.
Services will be held at ti.e Presbyte
rian church as usual next Sundav, and
the pulpit will be supplied, morning and
Rev. H. Obere. uastor of the Hills-
boto Methodit Episcopal church, ill
occupy the. pulpit of his former charge
here. The local lodge of the Kuights of
Pythias will attend the evening service,
and Pastor W. 8. Grim will preach the
J D. Renner, assisted by Sam Mar
and others, is moving the George Ki-
nearson bouse from the Gladstone tract
to the farm scros-t the creek occupied by
0.m:zt Frevtair. It is a large structure,
but good progress is being made in the
Archie, the 13;ear old son of W. H.
Young met with au accident on his way
home from the Fourth of July celebra
tion at Damascus, that laid him up for
several davs. The horse tell ana rolled
nvr the the bov. causing him to remain
insensible for several hours. Nq bones
weie broken, but he received some 89
vere bruises. I
Miss Minnie M. Garrison, daughter of
Mr and Mrs. Sol T. Garrison, of Clack
amas Station, was married July 3rd to
Lewis G. Beebe,. of Portland.- The cer
emony took place at the home of W. W.
H. Samson, Mayor Dimick officiating.
This made the 59th wedding that had ta
ken place at the Samsou house within
the past 16 yea-s. -
Mrs. Thomas Laws will have a hear
i ig before Justice McAuulty Saturday
on a charge ot abducting her irndson,
preferred by A. M. Lovelace, of Damas
cus. When John Liws was divorced
from his wife, who was f jrmeily Lillian
Lovelace, -the court gave her the ruslody
of the son, now nine years old. Toe di
vorce was granted five or six years ag .
Mrs. Laws was thrown o.i her own re
sources and had to secure employment
to support herself and child. , When she
went to Rossland, B. C., to secure ein
ployment at go d wagts, she lelt the
child in the card of her father, A. M.
Lovelace, and has since regularly sent
a monthly check f ir its support. Mrs.
Tliomas Laws securtd permission from
Mr. Lovelace to let the child visit her
during the Fourth of July, ollering the
boy a new suit of clothes and other arti
cles a-i a special induCHment The boy
U mi-wing, and Mr. Lovelace bel eves
that he i with John Law.-t, near Sacra
In our Fourth street window we show
several lines of Men's Summer-weight Sack
which; in point of quality and make-up, have
no equals anywhere else for less than $J250.
They"are in the latest single or double
breasted styles, cut from trustworthy wool
cheviots in neat checks and mixtures, blue
serges and' fancy worsteds
Special Sale of Boy's Long Trousers
Suits at $9.35.
Largest Clothiers in the Northwest
Fourth and "Morrison, cor, entrance
The Stayton Times- pays Professor
P. M. Smith several compliments for
the success of a drama presented by lo
cal talent under his direction. The
play proved successful ana wafl grpe ed
with a crowded . house. It will be re
membered that Professor Smith re
cently put oil the "Irish Duke" here,
assisted by local taiem.
The contract for the proposed new
Stovens-Howell building ..ill be let as
soon as the plans are completed by the
architect. This matter has been de
layed to some extent on account of wait
ing f jr expected tenants to tell how they
desired their rooms arranged Willamette
Falh Lodge, Woodmen of the World,
will occupy ilia enure upper stoty, which
will ort divided irto l.nige room, kitchen,
eu. I'hB lower floor will be made into
one 1 irge store ro j:n, 50x6), constructed
especially for Adams Bros. Golden Rule
E. D. Olds was awarded the Contract
for buildin the new county wagon
bridise across the Molalla river for 19,-
145. his bid beina the lowest. Other
hiuber bidders were: 0. F. Royal &
So'is, of Salem: F.J. Millef, Albany,
Pacific Bridie Company, Port-
Urul !).48). The structure .is to be of
the Hotf-e-truss pattern, and will be lo
cated 105 feet below the Southern ' Pa
cific railroad bridge, and the plans call
for a substantial bri.lgeway. When com
pleted it will shorten the wagon foad
distance one and a half milrig between
C'anby and Bailow.
J. S. Citato, state organizer for the Or
egon Grnnge, Patrons of Husbandly,
visited Maple Lane grange S tirday.
He expects to organize a new grange at
Clackamas Station this week. There
are aire id y 13 granges In Clackamas
c iiinty, and there is only room for three
more. Sixteen granges win cover an tne
territory in the county,
The numerous parcels of property bid
in for delinquent taxes by Clackamas
county, will be offered for sale on Au
gust 10th, in accordance with the pro
visions oi tne new law. At a similar
sale of property he'd by Benton county
on account pf delinq lent tax sales,
which took place last Monday, the
county bid in all but four or five pieces,
Building improvements still continue
and additions are being made to a num
ber of dwellings, besides the new struct
ures nod r way. EU Mad lock is having
an extension added to lib house in
Green Point addition Bert Baxter,
also is mak ng extei 8 ve improvements
to his new home at Green Poin. A two
story addition is being a I led to Senator
Brownell s residence. Vaughan a hvury
stable under the reconstructed arrange
ment now covers a large area of gtoi'nd
The mam entrance is on Seventh street.
and the structure now extends by an L
attd'tlon to Railroad street with an en
tiancj an I driveway, and also there Is
another ent-anca in the alley tear the
citv jail. K. D. Olds was Mie successful
bidder for the construction of the new
Stratton building fionting on Main
street. His bid wag (3,000,
The city council hell its regular
monthly meeting just after this paper
bad gone to pren last week. The appli
cation of P. D. Ourran, of the third
wurd, to be appointed sexton of the city
cemetery wag postponed until the next
regular meeting, Meade Post, O A. R.,
urante a peti'iPti tr iwa loism
cemetery, it being their puapose to erect
a monument on the property. Mrs.
Henry Cooke was granted a petition for
further time to make connections with
the sewer, as it-was neenssaty to build a
retaining wall in the Sandy soil. The
Portland General Electric Company was
granted a pntitmon to pay oil the city g
claim of (240 against the old cement mill
property. The fire and water com
mittea were authorized to place three
new hydrants. One is to Vie placed on
Jackson street, at'd the others where
the committee elect The driveway in
the cemetery was ordered graveled. The
matter of the city printing was teferred
to the finance committee. It was voted
that the matter of issuing building per
mits be left with the mayor.
STOPS THE COIKlll AND WOUKd OFF
Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tab lots cure
a cold in one day. No Oire nopiy
Price 25 cents.
Wanted To exchange one light open
buggy for light road cart. Inquire at
room No. 4, Weinhard building, Oregon
HIGH GRADE WATCHES
The new patterns in Waltham and Elgin Watches represent perfection in the
They are made in solid gold, gold filled, silver and nickel cases. . We call your
attention to the new patterns in gold filled cases. In shape, ornamentation, richmss
of color and artistic finish they cannot be destinguished from the highest grade solid
gold watches. They are guaranteed to wear 25 years.
We have them in all sizes and at all prices. Would be pleased to show them
Burmeister & Andresen
The Oregon City Jewelers
WATCHES AND CLOCKS REPAIRED
ALL WORK WARRANTED
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