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OREGON CITY COURIER-HERALD, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 29. 1901
New Store New Goods
GOLDEN RULE BAZAAR
Oregon City's Big Cash Store
We take this opportunity of inviting our friends to
visit our new store in the Woodmen Building. New goods
are arriving daily for each department, and are as low as
possible consistant with quality.
Ladies' and Boy's Heavy Black Hose, pr ioc
Ladies' Handkerchiefs 5 c
Children's " with col'd borders 3 c .
Men's " ioc
Men's Purses, chamois lined ioc
Men's Gloves, pair 25 c
Blankets, special, pair 75c
Towels, special. 12 c "
Cotton Batting 5 c
Outing Flannels, yard rj c
Embroidery Hoops 5 c
Tooth Brushes 5 c
Alarm Clocks, special 73 c
English Violet Soap, special, box 10 c
We have just received a large consignment of Eng
lish decorated table ware, and on December 1 will present
a large line of Imported Vasei, Toys and Novelties suitable
for Christmas presents.
H. W. Gard, of Clarkes, was in town
A. L. : Jones, of Mulino, was in Ore
gon City; Monday.
James Baty, of Molalla, was in Ore
gon City Wedntsday.
Graham Hungate, of Molalla, was in
Oregon City yesterday.
R. P. Cooper, of Meadowbrook, was
in Oregon City Friday.
Miss Gertie Sbaner, of McKee, is vis
iting friends fn this city.
E. H. Burkhardt, of Barton, was in
Oregon City Wednesday.
J. A. Moshberger, of Cams, was a
visitor in the city Saturday.
Judge T. A. McBride is holding cir
cuit court at Hillaboro this week.
H. M. Templeton expects to move
into his new dwelling next week.
0. and Fred Moehnke, of Shubel,
were visitors in the city yesterday.
Mrs. BarlowDiercke will give a con
cert in Grant'B Pass at an early date.
B. F. and J. P. Forrester, of Eagle
Creek, were in Oregon City Wednesday.
Hon. C. B. Moores and family spent
Thanksgiving with relatives in Port
land. George Uiccinbothem and son and
D. 0. Richardson, of Redland, were in
Edgar Heiple, of Ourrinsville, and
J. E. Burnett, of Eagla Creek, were in
the city Tuesday.
Lester M. Leland, of New Era, now
in the railway mail service, was in Ore
gon City Tuesday.
Charles Goldsmith, of Eagene, is vis
iting his sisters, the Misses Goldsmith
nnd Mrs. M. Bollack.
W. F. Kirk, who recently Teturned
from Burney, Calif., has located at Bea
ver Creek for the winter.
Captain and Mrs. T. F. Cowing spent
Thanksgiving with their daughter, Mrs.
F. E. DuParcq in Salem.
Trafton and Emery Dye and Clark
Williams are home from Forest Grove
university for Thanksgiving.
C. W. Herman, pf Beaver Cresk, a
student of Mount Angel college, re
turned home Wednesday to spend
J. A. Randolph, of Viola, was in Ore
gon City yesterday, talking earnestly for
the Clear Creek creamery route in his
Mrs. i. 8. Latourotte and daughter,
Mrs. L. C. Driggs were up from Port
land yeiterdaj, and spent the day with
C. D. Latourette and family.
Morton and Howard Latourette came
down from the state university at Eu
opnn Wednesday eveninu to visit at
the Thanksgiving holi
Mr. MacDougall, Mrs. MacDougall
and Miss MacDougall, of Manitoba,
Canada are visiting Richard Har-
orvm and family. They expect to
leave for California soon. .
Mr. Martha Califf has returned to
ner horns from North Yakima, where
aha has been for the past six weeks.
She is much improved in health, and
expects to return to that section.
Babler. J. C. Kirchem, Nick
wMf. J. S. Gill. Henry Gill. P.T. Mc.
Cubbin, Arthur and Charles Wolfer,
Rod Kerr and Jake Gerber were among
the Loaan people in town Wednesday.
niiunr Davis has arrived from Blak
ington, Mass., and has assumed charge
of the carding department at the
woolen mills, t If he is favorably im-
pressed with the country, his family will
Mrs. Peter Shark is still receiving
treatment in a Portland hospital, and
her condition has not improyed. Mr.
Shark is at her bedside almost con
stantly, leaving the store in charge of
fienree H. and Louis Young, accom
tw V. M. Naueht leit for Young's
v11pv yesterday morning, where the
two former will open a general mer
rhandia store. Louis ioung is accom
panied by his family.
nntftinJ. T. AppersoD, ex-senator
vm r.liu-.fcainas county, has been visit
in his mater. Mrs. E. Fellows, who is
ouite ill in Medford. Captain Apper
son is one of the best known of the old
Oregon pioneers, and has long been a
prominent figure in republican politics.
Ash and Tidings
Hon, William Galloway went to La
Grande to spend Thanksgiving with Mrs.
Galloway. In her, capacity as depart
ment president of the Relief Corps of
Oregon, sho has been inspecting the
corps in Wallowa county and vicinity.
bhe will visit other Eastern Oregon
points, oetore returning home.
reu utiarman, jr., ;wno leit some
time ago for Idal-o, now holds a position
In the omce of the Southern Pacific Com
pany at Colfax, Calif.
50 woodchoppers wanted by Crown Pa
Piano lessons given by Mrs. V. Har
ris, Coiner 13th and Main street. Mans
feldt's technic a specialty.
Wanted a sensible woman 20 or 25
years old, who desires to marry and set
tle down in business. Address J, care
Courier-Herald, Oregon City.
The Willamette Pulp & Paper mills,
The Portland Flouring mills and th
Courier-Herald office presented each of
their employes with Thanksgiving tur
keys. Seats on sale now at Shively's for Fr!-
day November 29th. They will be
placed on sale at Huntley'. You had
better buy your seats now at Shively's
f jou expect to get a good one.
Catherine Meek, aged 65, of Clacka
mas orecinct, was committed to the
tate insane asylum Monday. Her de
mentia is the result of a severe attack of
la grip. She is a sister of Mrs. Mary
Fred and Sam Moser, of Stafford, were
in town yes terday and took home a fine
Guernsey bull calf, purchased from
F. G VanSalzsh at Springfield, Lane
county. The former will use the ani
mal to improve his herds.
A breezy Farce Comedy will be on at
Shively's the ?9th inst. Something
Strayed from Jurdon piano near Soda
Springs One two-year old steer with
rinht horn drooped; one roan cow, one
nnknown. All three branded with barcir
cle on right bit Anyone giving infor
mation will be rawarded. W. W. Irvin,
The Baptist juniors will give an en
tertainment on Friday evening. Novem
ber 29th. The principal feature of the
evening will be stereopticon views, in
cluding places familiar to Sunday school
students, for the pant six months. Ad
mission, 10 cents.
You will have to secure your scats
early if yon expect to see "A Wise
A grand Christmas masquerade will
be given at Wilsonville under the aus
pices of the Degree of Honor Lodge.
Alber s orchestra will furnish the music.
Four prizes will be awarded. The tick
ets are $1, and on sale at Peters Bros'
store at Wilsonville.
It was reported in the Oregonian
that the 125 people participated in the
non-paitisan city convention held Mon
day night. There was no excuse for
misrepresenting the fact, when the to
tal vote as distinctly aunounced by the
tellers was 42. And it was no ad"an-
tage to the c invention to misrepresent
The youn people of the Baptist,
church will give a recital on Friday,
December 6th. The principal features
will be recitations by Miss Elsie Coe, a
Portland elocutionist, and selections by
a noted violinist from the East : also
singing by local lalent. Look out for
complete program next week.
A good show at Shively's "A Wis i
Woman," Friday, November 29th. One
of the very best. See it.
Mrs. A. J. Marshall, mother of Mrs.
Thomas F. Ryan, died at her home in
Portland Monday. The funeral occurred
from the First Unitarian church, and ihe
burial services was under the auspices
of Myrtle Chapter, Order of Eastern
S ar. Sua was ' a highly esteemed
woman among a wide circle of friends.
Marie Lamonr in the great London
siccess, "A Wise Woman" at Shively's
L. Ruconich has sold the Brunswick
restaurant to Charles Catta, of Bolton,
the .latter to take possession December
1st. Mr. Catta has also leased the Up
per story of the new Stratton block, and
will fit up the same for a lodging house.
Mr. Ruconich is one of the oldest and
best restaurant men in the city. He will
continne to reside in the city.
When the county board of commis
sioners met Monday, the new bridge at
Canby was received, and Ed Olds was
paid the contract price in full, $9,145.
Much of this money was at once dis
bursed for lumber, material and lumber.
The lumber bill alone ameunUd to
about $1,000. The bridge will be open
for taaffic as soon as the roadway ap
proaches are completed.
Conductor Dimick, of the Portland
and and Oregon City trolley line, brother
of Mayor Dimick, of this city, was
robbed of purse containing $6, last Sat
urday night. He was standing on the
rowded platform of the car, and when it
reached the Gratton curve on the Mil
waukie road, felt a hand on his pocket,
and discovered that his money was mis
sing. J. S. Royal was previously robbed
of $20 in the same manner.
Strayed from Clackamas Station, a
1100-pound bay horse with black mane
and tail, branded "S" on left hip; shod
all around. Leave information with i.
Mooney, Clackamas, or Courier-Herald.
The women of St. Paul's Guild will
hold the'r annual bazaar on Wednesday
afternoon and evening, December 4th,
at Willamette hall. Aprons of all kiods
dolls of every description from a penny
up. Handkerchiefs, and a large assort
ment of useful and ornamental articles
suitable for Christmas presents. A
candy booth presided over by the. young
women, will be a teatnre oi trie saie. a
delicious lunch will be served lor in
cents. No admission will be charged.
According to the Times, the Pomona
was the first boat of the season to reach
Oorvallis, having reached there last
Sunday. The Pomona is to make three
trips weekly between Portland and Cor-
valis, alternating with the KUtu, tnus
giving Corvallis a daily boat service.
The steamer Leona, on the mn between
Oregon City and Portland, began on a
new tune table last ivionaay. ine Doai,
now leaves Oregon City at 7:30 and 11
a. m. and 2:30 p. m. Returning, leaves
Portland at 9 a. in., 12:30 and 4:00
p. m. . ' . .
Speak to Mr- Shively the next time
you see him and ask him to reserve a
teatfor vou in "A Wise Woman," No
vember 29th. Seats are being marked
Horace R. Evans, the scion of
wealthy English familyis now lyiug in a j
the county jail awaiting a hearing on a
charge of obtaining money under Lilse
pretenses. He gave a check to John
Cook, a Canby saloon keeper, and it
came back dishonored. He was ar
rested in Portland on information from
Canby, and was brought here on a war
rant issued in the justice court. Evan's
attorney requested that the hearing be
postponed for a few days. He is said
to receive stated remittances from his
home in England, that enables him to
Found A man's watch on Molalla
road two mileB from Oregon City. Findei
can have same by proving property and
paying for this ad. Richard Schoen
born, Carus, Or.
Allen G. White, well known to the
older residents of Oregon City, died at
his home in Spokane last fcriuay, aged
49. lie had been very ill with pneu-
monta complications for some time paBt.
His sister, Mrs. Rhoades was called to
his bedside from here a couple of months
ago. The deceased was the only son of
the late Colonel W. L. White. Al White
as he was best known to his many
friends, came into prominence a num
ber of years ago on account of his con
nection with the Chinese agitation.
He assisted Nat L. Baker to deport a
boat-load of Chinamen to Portland that
were employed in the Oregon City
woolen mtlls. This move ended the em
ployment of Chinese labor in the local
woolen mills. Allen G. White was a
prominenc member of the Maccabees,
having passed through all the chairs of
Tent, where he held his membership.
For children's, ladies', boys' and men's
hats save money by buying at Red Front
at clearance sale prices.
A masquerade ball will be given by
the Parkplace band at the old Gladstone
store on Saturday evening, Nov. 30.
Wanted Girl for housework. One
who understands cooking. Good wages
paid. Call at store of I. Selling.
At the meeting of the county board of
commissioners held Monday, Killin
precinct was created out of territory,
heretofore included in Marquam and
Needy precincts. The petition for the
new precinc wps signed by George Kil
lin aud about 75 other residents in the.
immediate vicinity of Elliott Prairie.
It Is understood that the now precinct
will be called Killin. It includes the
following territory: Beginning at the
mouth of Rock creek in township 4
south, range 1 east; thence south on
section line to township line between
to tnships 5 and 6; thence down Butte
creek to Jts intersection with Pudding
river; thence down Pudding river to the
mouth of Rock creek, the place of be
ginning. A small portion of Marquam
precinct was added to Needy on peti
tion of J. J. Yoder and others. Albert
.Engle and seven legal voters were in
cluded in territory cut off from Canyon
Creek precinct, and added t Needy.
George Guernsy and three other legal
voters were transferred to Molalla pre
cinct from Wilhoit. Mrs. Carrie Mayer,
of Canby, was granted relief to the ex
tent of $S per month. Her husband was
sent to the in?ane apylum several
months ago, and she and her family are
now in destitute circumstances.
AVE YOU VISITE
The great present-giving Sale at
Moyer Clothing Company
Third and Oak Sts.; Portland ?
Where they GIVE AWAY $5.00 and $10
bills with each Suit and Overcoat?
rs. R B Beatie, of Oregon City, has and received a $5.00
greenback with a Boys' Suit So did J. Simpson, of
Eagle Creek, who received $10 with his suit. So did
John J. Dickey, of Needy, who also received $10.
I III PPtHPJ ''M
This Is the Way We Do It
Commencing MONDAY morning, we will GIVE AWAY
with each 'tenth MEN'S SUIT that we sell, A TEN DOL
LAR BILL And with each tenth BOY'S or CHILD'S
SUIT sold, a Five Dollar Bi By this means every tenth
customer will receive a suit practically for nothing
We have $600 in all to GIVE AWAY
Lost, Oct. 29th, 1901, between Oregon
City and Molalla, an account book be
longing to 8. A. D.Hnnizate. It is four
inclies wide, eight inches long, with
leather backs. Finder will please leave
at Courier-Herld office, and receive re
Constable Moody went up" the valley
Tnesday to arrest BertBarclav, who is
accused of stealing a watch here.
The names of Mr. and Mrs. W. B.
Zumwalt, Mrs. E. Fuchs and Mrs.
H. T. Sladen were unintentionally left
out of the list of guests at the Char
man party last week.
Dulton, one of the accused murderers
of young Morrow, was brought up from
Portland Sunday night by the author
ities, and placed in the city jail here
for a few hours. It was feared that
he would be lynched.
Well-attended Thanksgiving services
were held at the Methodist Episcopal
church yesterday, participated in by sev
eral denominations. Services also were
held at the Episcopal church.
Mrs. Staff Captain McAbee, of the
Salvation Army of Portland, will speak
at the Congregational church Tuesday
evening, December 3rd, on "The Man in
the Hitch, or the Work of the Salvation
Armv in the Great Cities." Everybody
welcome; admission free.
Individuals' Money to Loan at 6 per
cent aud 7 per cent.
Call on or write,
John W. Loder,
Attorney at Law,
Stevens Bl'd'g. Oregon City, Oreg.
Charles Catta has purchased the
Brunswick restaurant from L. Ruconich
and will take charge on the first. He
lias also rented the upper floor of the
new Straton building next door and will
rent it as a lodging house in connection
with the restaurant. The building has
24 rooms and has been furnished in good
style and being new makes it a desira
ble rooming place. Mr. Catta will keep
the restaurant up to its present high
An interesting experiment is being
made by The Ladies Home Journal,
Each month the readers of this maga
zine are asked to answer some question
concerning the contents or conduct of
the publication, and in order to make
it wortn while to answer casu prizes a re
uiven thote who write the best letters,
be they of praise or criticism. The idea
was first put forth in the September is
sue, and thousands of persons in all parts
of the world even ii Turkey sent in
their opinions as to the best feature of
that number. The October question as
to the least populnr article brought a
similar response. Aside from giving
every reader not only a chance, but an
invitation, to express opinions with the
inducement of a possible reward in cash,
this plan enables the magazine to find
out what is wanWd by its wide constitu
ency. It virtually gives the public a
hand in the editing.
Our prices showed. Your money
saved in millinery at Red Front Store.
Tlie Smart Set for December.
The Smart Set for December contains
forty-four signed articles, stories and
poems, yet it is not much for quantity
as quality that the number is notable.
The lending ferture is a novelette by
Edwwd S. Van Zile, entitled "How
Chopin Came to Remsen," which is
fairly hilarious in its depiction of a pro
saic lawyer who becomes suddenly
seized with the spirit and genius ot the
immortal composer. It is at once a
pBychlologic study and a travesty on the
theory of reincarnation. The second
contribution of length Is a story in the
play form.entitled "The Castlo-Builder,"
which is printed anonymously, but from
all the ear-marks must have been writ
ten by someone high in social position
who is absolutely familiar with the
characters and surrounding conditions
of the recognizable personages so piti
lessly diseected. There has not in years
been printed another such sensational
satire. The Infanta Eulalie writes for
the number a very interesting opinion
of "The American Girl," whom she
studied on the occasion of her mem
orable visit to the United States. As a
companion articb, Mrs. M. E. W. Sher
wood discusses "L'Americane" as she
is found abroad, particularly in Paris.
The Skylark in Oregon.
Whence issues that wonderful singl ne
This beautiful lay that I hear
That mellows the air with its ringing H
And thrills with its rapture my ear?
Such harmony Btrango and surprising
Comes not from yon buBhes' thick maze,
No sound from the earUi is uprising,
And so to the heavens I gaze.
A bird to the sky is ascending,
A twinkling of dark in the blue,
Which now with a cloudlot is blending
And hiding its form from my view.
But still in the music downpouring
With harmonies, thrilling and loud,
While the singer is heavenward soaring
Enrapt in a garment of cloud.
O, bird with thy rapturous voice,
A stranger thou art on this shore.
Are these heavens the home of thy choice
That were Bilent through ages before?
The native is gazing with wonder
And follows thy course in the sky,
Till lost in the cloudlets up yonder
Thou singest concealed from the eye.
Thou teachest us children of toil
A truth by thy heavenward flight,
At times to forsake the earth's soil
For regions of purer delight.
Piano tickets with all
Notice in herehy given to nil whom It may con
cern that the undersigned administratrix of the
estate of Mary Leonard, Deceased, liai filed her
final abcount as said administratrix, with the
Conntv Court of theCounly of Clackamas and
State o"f Oregon, aud that the Hon. T. F. Ryan,
Judge of luld court, ha set Monday, the 6th day
of January, l'tfii, at the honrof 10 o clocic a. m..
of said day as the time for hearing said report
and objections thereto, If any there l.
AUininlftratrir of i lie fcMate of
Mary Leonard, decease',
Datel Norember 2Ht, l'JOl.
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