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OREGON CITY COURIER-HERALD, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1901
OF THE DEEPEST DYE
BIG SELLING MEANS BIG VALUES
Such low prices were never before coupled with such excellent
qualities. We invite our friends to come and take a peep at
the superb new weaves of french dress goods that have just ar
rived from the world's best looms.
NEW OFFERINGS EVERY WEEK
We have every weave, shade and quality in fine black and
ored dress goods. Ladies, make no mistake. If yon want
correct thing in dress goods, dress goods with a reputation
have it. We commend them to you on the strehgth of
maker's reputation, that's all. . v
MAIL ORDERS KKCBIT1 PROMPT ATTENTION
DRY G80DS IMPORTERS
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
0. W. Cutting, of Molalla, wag in town
William Bucbmann, of Damascus,
was in town Saturday. '
J. L. Mattocks, of New Era precinct,
was in town Saturday .
John Noblitt, mayor of Molalla Cor
ners, was in town Tuesday.
- 0. A. Casseday, of Beaver Creek, was
a visitor in town Monday. .
William Vaughan, the Molalla pio
neer, was in town Saturday,
J. R. Richardson, of Redland, was an
Oregon City visitor Saturday. t - ' ,
Mr. and Mrs. John Wolf, of Shijbel,
were visitors in town Saturday.
John Dickey, now a resident of Needy,
is visiting relatives in the city.
D. R. Dimick, the Can by liveryman,
was a visitor in town Monday.
Charles Kirk was among the High
land residents in town Monday.
1. L. Clark, a well known farmer of
Logan, was in the city Saturday.
. Mr. and Mrs. John Clowser, of Har
low, were visitors in town Saturday.
J. Hannegan, the Liberal postmaster
and merchant, wai in town Monday.
E. H. Bnodgrass, the Meadowbrook
dairyman, was in the city Saturday.
Mr and Mrs. R. Si hoinborn, of Carus,
were visitors in the city this Saturday.
Orlando Fellows and wife, of High
land, were visitors in the city Saturday.
George Penman, of New Era precinct
left for Wardner, Idaho, last Saturday.
William Gardner and wife7 of New
Era precinct, were visitors in town Mon
day. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Ringo, of Clarkes,
visited the family ol G. W. Grace Mon
day. J. A. Tuft, of Oswego, who served as
deputy field assessor, was in the city
E. A. and Robert Wright, of Meadow
brook, left Monday for a trip to Eastern
Robert Caldwell returned home Sun
day, after spending several months on
Miss Gertrude Fairclough has been
visiting Mrs. Denton in Portland for sev
Mrs. E. W. Rumhold, of Lostine, Wai
Iowa county, visited MissE. O.Adair
T. W. Duffy, oi Beaver Creek, and Had
H. Perry, of Mullno, were visitors in the
Mrs. Devaney, of Roseburg, who was
visiting Mrs. Fred C. Gadke, returned
Frank Newton is now with his com
pany at Samar in the Philippines, but
he was not concerned in the massaere
that recently occurred there.
W. P. Hawloy and family are occupy
ing ths Donaldson house on the West
Side for the winter.
Mies Linnie Kaylor, of Molalla, went
to Monmouth Monday to attend the
state normal school.
Hon. J. L Kruse, of Wilsonville, was
in town Monday, and boarded the train
for up-yalley points.
Mrs. C. H. Rowland and son, Spen
cer, have returned from a month's visit
to Cathlamet, Wash.
Mrs. E. H. Parker, of Chesaw, Wash.,
has been visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Dan Williams.
Jonah Penman, of New Era, left Mon
day for a visit with his brother, William
Penman, in Portland.
Miss Anna Iliccinbothem, the well
known Redland school teacher, was in
Oregon City Saturday.
Grant Mumpower. of btone, was in
town Saturday. It was his first visit to
the city in three months.
John H. Walker and son, Earl re
turned Monday from a satisfactory
pheasant .shoot up the valley. .
C. N. Larkins and family intend to
change their residence from Clarkes to
Jones' mill on the Abernethy.
Mr?. F. E, Donaldson wrote from
Boston thin week to change the address
of their paper to Roxbury, Mass.
Rev. W. II. Latourette, the financial
agent of McMinnvtlle college, wai vis
iting relatives in the city Monday.
Country Treasurer and Mrs. A. Luel
ling and daughter, Miss Jeannie, spent
Sunday vioitiiig friends at Miiwaukie.
Robert L. Rinto, of Clarkes, was in
Oregon City Monday, setting up-the es
tate of G. W. Lee, deceased, as executor.
Captain T. F. Cowing and wife are
spending two weeks visiting friends and
relatives in Seattle, Anacortes and Fair
ha.ven. Miis Helen R. Lewis, of Portland, and
Mr. and Mrs. Riley Waller, of Albany,
visited Register and Mrs. U. B. Moores
Mr. and Mis. John Leichtweis, of
Olarkes, visited Dr. and Mrs. R. B.
Beatie Monday. The two women are
John F. Clark, of Oregon Oity, spent
several days pheasant shooting in the
fields around Dallas this week. Dallas
Observer. , t
John Wolf and wife, W. D. Hill and
Rev. Petr Bott were among the Shu
be I people in town during the first of
Mrs. W. W . H. Samson and daughter,
Miss Echo went to Needy Monday to at
tend the funeral of the late Mrs. Henry
Antone Fal'.ert, of Kalama, Wash.,
was here Sunday, and attended the fun
eral of bis late brother, Barney Fallert
Mrs. E. J. Wolf and family, who live
out ou the Molalla road, went to Port
land Saturday to attend the Portland
exposition. ' ,
H. 0. Patterson, a warden at the
penitentiary, was down during the week,
looking after the construction of hie
A. Weddell arrived a few days ago
from Montana, and visited his cousins,
the Jack Brothers He was on bia way
tj his home at Stayton.
w Watch - 55r :
A Watch is not bought the same as other merchandise. When you purchase a suit of
clothes or a pair of shoes you can usually tell what it is, but when you invent your money in a
watch you have to depend entirely on the dealer.
Dealing in Watches and repairing has been our business for ovr twenty years.
have made it a specialty. We know all about Watches and their value. When we buy
watches from the factories, we buy them right and we sell them again we know what we can
recommend to our customers. For this reason we guarantee to give satisfaction.
At present we have a large assortment of BOSS FILLED WATCHES, they are of
the very latest designs and we are offeriffg them at a reasonable price. If you have been
thinking about purchasing one we would like to have you look over our stock. We know that
they will olease you. We have them in all grades and all sizes.
We have a SPECIAL OFFER for those who would like to own a high grale time
piece and can not afford to pay for it all at one time. We will sell watches on the installment
plan. You make a payment when you buy the watch and pay the balance in weekly or
monthly payments. We would be pleased to explain this method to you.
The Oregon City Jewekrs
ur Children's Department
Is the Delight of All Mothers. 1 Visit It
The same rigid scrutiny of fabrics
the same smart tailoring for boys' clothing as
for men's Styles that have the boyish grace
with the manly finish.
Beautiful suits for the little fellows;'
strong, sturdy suits for the older boys
practical and novel; a splendid collection of
boys' clothes that is not matched anywhere
that no parents of boys can afford to miss
seeing. Many, indeed, express surprise that
we can give so much .for the price, and it has
troubled us more to supply the demand than
it has to sell these goods, "Brevity is the soul of wit," The
following are briefly stated with no pretensions, but there's
wisdom in buying them, to wit:
Children's Suits $3,50 and $5,00 a Suit
Youth's Suits Ages J4 to 19, $7,50 a Suit
75 'c I
Largest Clothiers In the Northwest
Fourth and Morrison Sts.
Rev. Peter Bott, of Bhubel, was in
town Monday, and reported that Willie.
the 14-year old eon of Peter Bohlander,
was very ill.
Carl Haberlach with John F. Clark.
has successfully passed the examination
before the supreme court, and is no i
Barton Jack and mother. Mrs. MarT
Jack, who have lived in Oregon City for
ine past year, moved back to. their old
home at Marquam.
V. II. Wood, who has been employed
in a sawmill at St. Cloud, Calif, re
turned home lust week, and will remain
nere during the winter.
W. II. Mattoon and wife, of Viola,
were in town Monday. W. O. Vard,
the Cascade forest ranger, had not yet
returned from his beat.
W. A. and C. W. Pryor, of Dayton,
Wa; h., who had been visiting their un
cle, T. L. Turner, of Stafford, started on
heir return trip home Monday.
Rev. J. W. Exon, who was recently
re-appointed pastor of the Viola charge
by the Episcopal Methodist church con
ference, was in town Monday.
Mrs. A. J. Sawtell, of Molalla, was in
here Saturday on her way to Walla Walla
where Blie will make an extended visit
to her sister, Mrs. J. T. Wilson.
L. C. Ilornschuch, who is now in the
employ of a San Francisco wholesale
house, arrived Saturday, and is visiting
relatives in this county for a few days.
P. J. Ridings, the Mrquam mer
chant, and his son, Thomas, were in the
city Monday on their way to Portland.
They reported trade good in that sec
tion. Mr. and Mrs C. Kocher, of Marks'
Prairie, were in Oregon City Saturday.
Mr. Kocher is a Igrge hop grower, but
was holding the product for better prices.
W. B. Wiggins came up from Seaside
Sunday to join Mrs. Wiggins and the
children for a few days, who are visiting
her parents, Deacon and Mrs. James
Charles W, W right is bomo from an
extended bird shoot up the valley, and
made a good record notwithstanding the
birds bad been shot at all summer, and
Charles Bauman and George Phiester,
two well known residents of New Era
precinct, were in the city Monday, and
are well pleased with the result of the
F. S. L. Bagby, the Rock creek saw'
mill man, near Needy, was in town Fri
day, and slated that he had received an
order for 40,000 feet of lumber for a Ma
Arthur Nelson and family arrived
from North Dakota a few days ago, trav
eling all the way by team, lie is i
nepliew of J. A. Nelson, and formerly re1
siueu in tins county.
Owen Hughes and wife, of Beaver
Creek, were visitors in the city Satur
day, wr. Hughes lias been improving
ijis herd oi much cows with some thor
oughbred Jersey ttock.
II. L. Kelly, who was a delegate to
the triennial convention of the Episco
pal church of America, held in Sun
Francisco, returned borne Sunday night,
Pressing business prevented him from
remaining until the close o! the session
Randolph U. Hazeltine, of Springdale.
Stevens county, Wash., ' visited
W. W. H. Samson's family during the
week. He formerly lived at Wilhoit,
atone time resided with the Samson
W. F. Jack and wife, of Silverton,
were visiting his brother, Deputy Sher
iff J. E. Jack, his mother and other
members of the family, during the
week. Mr. Jack is an undertaker at
W. A. Cross is home from Dawson in
the NorihweBt Alaskan Territory. He
accompanied E. C, Hamilton there last
December. Four hundred Seattle and
Poitland people came down on the same
steamer with Mr. CroBS.
Will Schiller, ot Portland, accompan
M. F. Boyles, Lou Farr and O. C.
Dickson formed a party that started to
the headwaters of the Clackamas, in the
vicinity of the hot springs, where they
will camp and hunt for a few weeks.
Ed Hughes, William -May, and Mr. Sim
mons, oi Calif., also left for the same
H. W. Shaw, of Union Mills, waB in
town Friday, and expected his son, F. R.
Shaw and his wife, to arrive from Wells
county, North Dakota. The latter has
lived In North Dakota for the past 12
years, where lie has been running a
large farm. The crops have practically
been failures for the past two years, and
Mr. Shaw concluded to try Oregon.
Bert Btricklin relumed Tueaday from
Grass Valley, Eastern Oregon, whin he
1 has been tending bar for several months
ii'd his lirnrliHr-in-law. KYnd Gadlca. (in a
hird hunt klindav. and hacked one of thai Pst, and made a short Vtsit to Spokane,
finest cock Chinese pheasants ever 1 before bis return here. His brother,
captured in Clackamas county. It will
be stinted and placed on exhibition.
R. L, Morris, of Elliott Prairie, was
in town Monday. He has been incapac-
ited from active work lor some time
past on account of a crippled arm. He
was formerly associated with Ed Olds in While the yield of potatoes is Bhort,
Cass W. Strii klin, was recently man led
to Miss Georgia Hull, and is making his
permanent home at Grass Valley.
J. Herman, of Beaver Creek, was in
town Tuesday, and is well pleased with
the crop yield for the past season.
the bridge building business.
Ray. Lew Davies and wife were ex
pected to arrive at Warren this week to
take up their abode lor a year. Mr. Da-
vies is the newly appointed Methodist
postor for this charge St. Helens Mint.
Uev. Davies was formerly located at vi
Mrs. Luciene Stout and family, of
Toledo, Lincoln county, arrived Monday,
the guest of Mrs. G. W. Grace. She
will remain in this county a month, vis
iting relatives and friends. Mr. Stout
was formerly an efficient assessor of this
R. Petzold, a former Seventh street
butcher, was a visitor In the city Satur
day. He is now engaged In the butcher
bunness at LaUranuo, and is well
pleased with his location. His former
partner, C. II. Gale is now engaged in
sheep raising, near Heppnor.
W. II. Botlemlller, of Clarkes, was in
town Saturday. Besides a considerable
Quantity o! hay, Mr. uottemtller had a
yield of 1100 bushel of bay and oats on
4U acres oi ground, several wiieattieius.
belonging to his neighbors, averaged 40
and 45 bushels of w heat to the acre.
Tho nas Burke and family moved the
first of the week to their place at River-
dale, on the West Side five miles this
side of Portland, the Brst oi the week.
Mr. Burke will continue working in the
paper mills for the present, but expects
to engage in the dairy business later.
J. A. Reid, the Kpringwater road su
pervisor, was in town Saturday. He
had practically completed the laying oi
three niileB of plank road, extending
toward Viola from Springwater. and ex
pected to begin laving one mile of plank
above on the Cornett place ou the fol
Matt Clemens, of New Era precinct,
was in town Monday, and reported that
he had completed the evaporating of his
prune cr , and now lias 12 tons of the
dried product, lie lost about four tons
on account oi the rains. Mr. Clemens
said that be had been offered a fair price
for biB output, but considers that there
is a good demund for prunes in the East,
and that there will be no difficulty in
making sales at good prices.
there is the comforting assurance that
a smaller crop can be bandied with less
cost, and the prospective selling price
will more than make up the deficiency
L. Hale, of Currinsville, and J. N.
Githens, of Eagle Creek, were visitors
in the city Monday. Mr. Hale left at
this olnce a maple sprout ot this year's
growth, that measured 12 feet and 11
inches in length. The sprout was cut
al ong the road between Baker's ferry
and Burghardt's mill, and shows a won
derful growth for Clackamas county soil.
Mils Delpine Haneal, of Benton county,
is teaching the school in Currinsville
school district, No. 7. Mr. Hale sta'ed
that the prune driers in that section had
about finished their season's work.
Thomas Ogle, who lives 312 miles
East of Molalla, was in town Monday
night, the first time in six years. He
was assisting Henry Sawtell to move his
family and household belongings to
Dover, where they will make their fu
ture home. Howard Ogle, Thomas
Ogle's father, alio died a few days ago,
was nearly 83 years old, and a pioneer of
1853 He was a native of Ohio. An
aged widow survives him, and besides
the son, Thomas, a daughter, .Mary,
lives in Washington. The deceased was
the grandfather of George Ogle, of Molalla.
Miss Veda Williams, a pupil of Prof.
Dierke, will take a limited number of
pupils for piano and organ instruction.
Notice to Debtors.
I herewith notify all persons Indebted
to me for livery hire to pay without de
lay. Accounts remaining unpaid by the
end of this month will be placed in the
hands of a collector, when coBts will be
added. J. O. Bradley.
Having sold my furniture business, I
have 'placed all my accounts in the
hands of John W. Loder, over Golden
Rule Bazaar, for collection, and parties
indebted will kindly call and settle at
once. Mr. Loder will also pay accounts
against the undersigned.
Guoiiuu II, Youso,