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COURIER ESTABLISHED MAY, 1BB3
HERALD ESTABLISHED JULY, 1393
INDEPENDENT ESTABLISHED 1398
OREGON CITY, OREGON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1901
19th YEAR, NO. 29
The marriage of Miss Regina Kichter
and Conrad Bohknder was solemnized
at ih home of the bride's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Martin Richter at New Era,
Wednesday, December 4th. Rev. Pe
ter Bott, pastor of the Beaver Creek
German Congregational church, was the
officiating clergyman. Promptly at 12
o'clock in. the bridal party entered the
parlor and stood under a bower ot white
carnation, duriug the beautiful and im
pressive ' ceremony. The parlors and
dining room, were artistically decorated.
Miss Elizabeth Bohlander, sister of the
groom, was bridesmaid, and the best
man was Christ Richter, brother of the
bride. The bride wore a gray dress
trimmed in white, and carried a bouquet
fo white carnations. Miss Bohlander,
the bridesmaid, wore blue trimmed in
white, and carried a boquet of white
carnations. After the ceremony, a re
ception was held and congratulations re
ceived. The wedding gnests were, in
vited into the dining room, where an
elaborate wedding dinner was served.
Champagne, extra dry, was a feature of
the courses. Mr. and Mr3, Bohlander
were the recipients of many valuable
presents. The groom, who is now assso
dated with his brother, William Boh
lander in the restaurant business in
Portland, and is a son of P. Bohlander,
a well known pioneer of Beaver Creek.
The bride, also is favorably known to a
wide circle of friends in Clackamas
county. After visiting relatives in this
county for a few days, Mr. and Mrs,
Bohlander will leave ior Portland Satur
day, where they will reside. The
guests present at the wedding ceremony
were: Mr. and Mrs. Kichter and lam
ily, Mr', and Mrs. L. Ruconieh, of Ore
gon City; Mr. and Mrs. William Boh
lander and daughter Nadene, of Port
'land; Mr. and Mrs. V. Bohlander, Mr.
and Mrb. C. Hettman, Mrs. J. Gross
miller, Rev. and Mrs. P. Bott, of Bea
ver Creek ; 0. Peipka and family, of
yCarus; William Gutperlet, of New Era;
also the Misses Josie Bauman, Tana
Gelbrich, Lena Grossmiller, Louise
Steiner, Minnie Bohlander, Elizabeth
Bohlander; Messrs. Willie, Emil and
Ernest Gelbriih, Frank Grossmiller,
Fred and Phil S'einer, Otto Torphal.
Henry and Jolvi ttichter, Lawrence and
Mies Ivy Riienau and Frank Ros
were married at Willamette Falls on
Thanksgiving D.y, J. W. McAnulty,
justice of the peace, officiating. -
Miss Lizzie Miller and William
Thompson were married at WilUmette
Falls last Monday, J. W. McAnulty, jus
tice of the peace, officiating.
Miss Ang'm FoBter and Eugene
Vaughan. both of Union precinct, were
married at the court house lust Satur
day in the presence of Jerome and Jose
Epperly . County Judge Ryan officiated,
Both are prominent young people of that
A marriage license was issued ti
Laura B. Wright and Neal Olseu on the
Ada Philips, who has lived with her
grandmother, Mrs. Rachel Bacon for
some time past, was married in Port
land a few days ago io Bert Lewis, of
j: NEWS OF THE WEEK, i;
Wedding Anniversary and Other
SATURDAY CLUB ENTERTAINED.
Mrs. T. L. Oharman wili entertain
thetnembers of the Saturday Club and
their invited guests this (Friday) even
ing. There will be no dearth of young
men to help out in the social features, as
each member is privileged to issue two
invitations. The result of the late con
test will be announced, and the prize, a
set of furnishings in black and silver
now on exhibition in Burmeister & An
dresen's show window, will be presented
to the member making the best show
ing. At present, Miss Elma Albright
is ahead in the contest, and Miss Kate
Mark is second. Other members in the
contest, who have laised $10 and over
are Misses Edna and Clara Caufield,
Gertiude Moores and Ethel Albright
At the social, each member will tell how
they raised the money. It is estimated
that between $120 and $130 will have
been raised as the result of this contest.
About $30 was cleared by the manage
ment of the Thanksgiving market. The
club since its organization two years ago.
has raifed about $300 for church pur
poses. The first offices were Mrs. E. S
Bollinger, president; Mrs. K. H. Gab
bert, vice-president; Miss Mertie Se
vens, secretary, and Mrs. W. B. Wig
gins, treasurer. Mrs. Bollinger contin
ues as president, and Miss Elma Al
bright is vice-preeident, Miss Kata
Mark secretary and Miss Bessie Wood
Mrs. G. W. Grace entertained a num
ber of friends Thanksgiving evening, and
it proved a successful affair. Refresh
ments were served.
The residents of Greenpoint addition
gave Mr. and Mrs. W.. R. Reddick a sur
prise party last Saturday evening in
honor of fheir 20th wedding anniversary.
Refreshments were served, and games
and dancing were features of the entertainment.
The bazaar held at Willamette hall
Wednesday evening by St. Paul's Guild,
was a satisfactory success in every par
ticular. The King's Daughters pre
sided at the candy booths.
Miss Mary Conyers will entertain the
Derthic Club at the home of Mrs. M. E.
Barlow Monday evening The last
meeting was held at the home of Mrs.
Charles II. Caufield.
The following is the list of letters re
maining in the postofnee at Oregon Oily,
Ore., on December 5th, 1901 :
Womens' List Mrs. Mamho. Bertha
Scott, Mr. and Mrs. L. Lewis
Mens' ListFrank Brownell, Michael
Dalton, J. W-Dawson, John Fullbrandt,
I). Freeman, Wifliam Riley Kemp, K.
urausse, Tom Meyers, Mr. McKee, F
Roland, Julius Whitlock.
GEORGE F. HORTON, P. M.
Tuesday, November 3.
Tariff Opinions were rendered in
Knocked the United States Supreme
Out. court today in the last two
of the insular test cases. One
of them was known as "the fourteen
diamond rings case," involving the re
lationshfp of the United States to the
Philippine Islands from a tariff point of
view, and the other was known as the
Dooley case No. 2, involving the consti
tutionality of the constitutionality of the
collection of duty on goods shipped from
New York to Porto Rico. In the former
case the court, through Chief Justice
Fuller, held that the diamond rings
bronght in from the Philippines, and
over which the case arose, should have
beeu exempt from duty under the Paris
treaty of peace, as that treaty made the
fluliDP'nes American territory. The
decision in the Philippine case followed
closely that of the first Porto Rican case
in the last term.
The fifty-seventh congress opens. Or
egon eeuatofs are almost sure to get
good committee assignments. Hender
son was re-elected speaker of tha house.
Old rules were re-adopted, but not with
out a fight with the democrats.' -
Germany and Ru.-staplan an anti-an
The attorney-general of Minnesota
says that law is against great ra
Tha Oregon supreme court decides
that the annexation of Panhandle to Ba
ker county is void. r
Negotiations of United States for the
Danish West India Islands are practi
A big tli'et of Rrain ships is coming
Subscriptions to tha Lewis & Clark
Burglars g-t away with a lot of dia
monds and money from the second story
of a Portland private house.
Wednesday, December 4.
The ltortland chamber of commerce
passes strong resolutions favoring au
open channel on the upper Columbia,
The premnt charges on praddcts are too
high. A tree river would give relief and
it might be accomplished in four years.
western senators and congressmen
are highly pleased with the President's
The campaign in Samar is being car
r:ed on energetically.
Oubar8 aain protest " to Secretary
Root against interference in their elec
Murderer Green will be hanged
Stevenson. Wash., on Friday.
Salem proposes to make telephone
company pay a tax on telephones, or
reduce its rate. The telephone rates
have been reduced between Portland
and Trontdilrt, and other points eqtia
dirtant with the latter to 15 cents.
Thursday, December 5
Senator Burrows introduced a bill in
the United States senate yssterday to
provide for the deportation of r lien an
archists. The first section of the hill
reads as follows : "That no alien anar
chists shall hereafter be permitted to
land at any port of the United States or
be admitted into the United States; but
this prohibition shall nof be construed
as to apply to political refuges or politi
cal offenders other than such anorcbicts."
The British ship Nelson, Captain Per-
riam, has turned turtie. and zone to the
bottom, near the mouth of the Columbia
river with .all hands on board. The ac
cident occurred laBt night off Columbia
river. The ship carried a cargo of lum
ber and a crew of 28 men.
Tlie third ward now sets the Dace in
city, politics, and its power is being felt.
it ia an undisputed tact that more resi
dents own their own homes in the third
ward, than in any other section of the
A moral' wave struck the citv a few
days ago, and the gamhlinu names all
closed down, lhere hasn t been a prize
ngni ior ai least tnree weeks, and the
lhe proposed improvement of the
Clackamas and MoUlla rivers for logging
purposes, means much lor future pros
perous conditions in Clackamas county,
if carried into effect. It will mean the
development of Clackamas county's
Several republicans hava expressed
the opinion, that should Hon. William
Galloway be nominated bv the demo
crats of Clackamas county for state sen
ator, nis election would be a foregone
THE CIIICKERING FIANO.
A Popular Favorite
Following is the vote in the Chfckering
piano contest: .
W. O. W 208.849
K.O.T. M 140,682
The latest count; places the Woodmen
of the World 68,247 ahead.
Born, in Oregon Citv, on Thanksgiv
ing Day, December 27th, to Dr. R. B.
Beatie aud wife, a girl.
Born, in Oregon City, Tuesday, De
cember 3rd, to William Charles and
wife, a son.
It Wi1 Foy to Look Into This.
Twelve thousand shares of stock of
the Sumpter-Gail-Borden Gold Mining
uompany must be sold in a short time,
therefore will sell it at the low price of
one and a-half cents per share. Address
Box 310, Oregon City.
A Great Orator. .
Qiiincey Lee Morrow, of Indiana, de
sires to meet all the W. O. T. U. work
ers, Prohibitionists and all iule-iested in
temperance work, at the Methodist
Epicopal church, Saturday, Dec. 7th,
from 2 to 4 p. m. Mr. Morrow will give
a public lecture in the church in the
evening. Mri Morrow comes highly
recommended. The Evening Telegram
of Providence, Rhode Island, says:
"Morrow delivered the greatest leclure
heard here in 20 years." The Pennsyl
vania Methodist says: "Second to
none." - Admissiou free.
Cluiraberlaln'a Stomach and LItct Tablet
v hen you feel dull after eatiug.
When you have no appetite.
When you have a bad taste in the
mouth . ,
When your liver is torpid.
When your bowels are constipated.
When you have a headache. 1
When yon feel bilious.
They will improve your appetite,
cleanse and invigorate your stomach
and regulate your liver and bowels. For
sale by G. A. Harding.
II. T. Mclntyre, St. Paul, Minn., who
has been troubled with a disordered
stomach, siya, "CliamberUun'sStonmeb.
and Liver Tablets do me more good
than anything I have ever taken." For
sale by G. A. Harding.
The Best Prescription for Malaria.
Chills and Fever is a bottle of Giove'a
Tatelees Chill Tonic. It is simply iron
and quinine in a tasteless form. Ko
cure no pay. Price 50o.
Hot Soda at the Kozy Kandy Kitchen
' . . A Victory to be Proud of
is the final and absolute cure of "a sore
throat, in which the rawness and ten:
demess have been spreading danger
ously near those guardians of life, the
lungs. The luxury of a sound throat
and robust lungs is most keenly enjoyed
by people who, having suffered all the
consequences of "a little cold, you .
know," have been rescued from mi iery
and danger by Allen's Lung lials.i in.
A Mow In thu i
The Oregon Citv edition has proved a
veritable hoodoo to more than one indi
vidual. A couple of years ago an immi
gration real eBtate association was or-
iSaniz d here with-good finaucial back
ing and bright prospectB. The Oregon
City edition of the Telegram gave it its
first boost. It staried in to boom Coun
cilman Albright for the mayorality.
That settled it, and thes.e.are only a few
of many instances . The reason that it
proves a hoodoo, this edition is not a
legitimate part of the main paper.
It cost the city $12 50 to copy a list of
the persons supposed to be liable for
road poll tax, and it was not correct.
The recital at the First Baptist church
this (Friday) evening, promises to be an
event of unusual merit, and a high class
program will be presented. Mis Elsie
Coe, the talented elocutionist,, who gave
a very successful entertainment a few
evening under the auspices of the
Degree of Honor, will give several read
ings. Among the selections she will
present are: "A Set of Turquoisse,"
"Mr. Slocum," "Hlonca Among the
Nightingales" and "Bill Smith." Other
numbers on the pro.:rm will be several
selections by a male iii irtet, vfolin solos
by Mr. McCauley, a vch1 solo by Miss
Mary Conyers and a vbliu solo by Miss
Veda Williams. Admission, 20 cents.
A Knapp has filed a petitfon with tlte
county board of commissioners for the
right to improve the Clackamas river
from the Cascade forest reserve to its
mouth, a distance of about 35 miles;
also Clear creek from its mouth to
within one mile of the forest reserve.
The petition asks tl at. each of the
streams be declared public highways for
floating timber and logs If the county
does not care to make the improvement,
Mr. Knapp desires to enter into a con
tract to lease these highways for 25
years, with the privilege of making the
improvements anl collecting tolls for
the use of stream for transportation
Bert Barclay was tried in Justice Me
Anility's court Monday on a charge of
larceny, and was fined $45. He is serv
ing out the fine In the county jail, being
unable to pay the money to liquidate the
fine. Barclay rallied a watch, belonging
to another party. He was arrested at
Albany. Horace R. Evans, has been
arraigned on a charge of obtaining
money under false pretenses and will
plead on December 2'Jth. Evans is
charged with giving John Cook, of
Oanby, a check on a Portland bank,
and it came back dishonored. Evans in
still in jail. He is the hciou of a
wealthy English family.
An overcoat is a nei-iwtry tmis.suce
and the tendency to t-'ke tt of' on
warmish days in late milunin and win
ter is as strong as it is unwise. A treach
erous wind hits you in the back nnd the
next morning you have lumbago. liub
well and often with Perry Davis Pain
killer and you wilj be astonished to find
bow quickly all soreness is banished.
There is but one Painkiller, Perry
Great reduction In prices i) all millinery-
COUGHS AND COLDS IN VHILDRKN,
Heoommenarttloii of a Well Known Chi
I use and ir crib Chamberlain's
Cough Kerne ; . al u at all obstinate,
constricted , with direct result.
1 prescribe iu children id all ages. Am
glad to rec'unue d it t i ;,ll in need and
seeking relief from cold - and coughs and
broneliial alilictions lcis non-narcotic
and Bafe in the hands of the most un
professional. A universal panacea for
all mankind Mrs. Marv R. Melendy,
M. D., Ph. D., Chicago, III. This rem
edy ia for sale by G. A. Harding.
A cold, cough or l.v grippe can be
"nipped" in the bud, with a dose or two
of Foley's Honey and Tar, Beware of
substitute. Charman & Co.
" TO CUIUS A COLD IN ONK DAV
Take Laxative Bromo Q linlno Tablets.
All druggists refund the money If it fails
to curer E. W. Grove' signature is on
each box. 25o.
Every atomizer is handsome
enough to make a desirable gift,
many are exceedingly beautiful. An
atomizer is a necessary adjunct to
any toilet table nowadays. 50a to
One of the'most attractive gifts for
a lady. We have always led in qual
ity and assortment on these. Pearl
handled, $1 00 to J1.50.
Every boy Is ready for a new knife.
Moet men can use another, aud not
more than half the ladies are provid
ed with this articl e. We have every
good kind there is. Well to remem
ber this item. - tic-10c and up.
The gift above all lliut suits a
smoker. You make sure of cigars he
will like by getting them here. In
boxes of 25 cigars, 5c cig irs for 90c to
$1.25, 10c cigars $1 to if2.50. Large
boxes at close prices. Also smoker's
sets, cigar cases and everything else
in Btnoker's goodE.
We like to make our advertising helpful. We believe that the reason holiday buying is often eo trying, i simply because the right goods and the
right people do not get together. There may be right at hand the exact gift that would please you best, but without the advertising to suggest the gift
to you, your selection is difficult and may go amiss altogether. We believe if you will read our advertisement carefully you will be Baved much labor
and worry. We believe you will be able to do much or your Christmus shopping right at home; that you can there pass calm judgement on the suit
ability of respective gifts, and then come to the store with half the labor accomplished.
We briefly outline the stock here so as to afford you as many suggestions as possible. The individual articles must await your coming to the store
to be properly preeented. We shall be glad to have you come as early and as frequently as you can. We have a stock tint is worthy ot inspection .
We have goods that insure Eaving and satisfaction in your holiday buying.
Clocks these day
There are scores of suitable gifts In
our regu lar lines of sundries that you
can well buy especially for family
giving. Theee are common sense
presents. Such items as these in
Hair Brushes, Cloth Brushes,
Tooth Brushes, Nail and Hand
Brushes, Hat Brushes, Hand Mirrors,
A little item now in large demand.
They do to chink in with most any-,
where. We have them in gilt, silver
ebony, glass, etc. 25c t J $1 5C.
TOILET CASES AND CEL
LULOID NOVELTIES .
We have some beautiful toilet and
dressing cases in plush, silver and
celluloid. Magnificent gifts for the
gentler sex. Prices range from 75c
to $5 used to cost at least double.
Wcrk boxes 40c to $1.50
Handkerchief boxes 25o to 2,00
Glove boxes ...25c to 1.75
Glove and Handkerchief
8et 50c to 2.50
Ne.'ktie boxes 50c to 2.50
Photo boxes 50c to 1.25
Collar and cuff boxe3 .75c to 2.50
Shaving sets .11 to 3.50
The above gifts for both ladies and
gentlemen are specially desirable.
They are useful, durable and beautiful.
- This is a line we ere particularly proud
of ; proud of the completeness of the
stock and proud of the prices we can
quote. Our bible business has always
been big ; this season we .are trying to
double it. We ate the depository for
American Bible Society.
Testaments" 10c up.
Bibies, cloth bound .20c up.
' " - " 20c up.
Teachers' Bibles, latest edition. ..$1. up
It is worth your time to examine and
price our new holiday Stock of Sterling
and plated silverware. We aresatisfiel
with small profits on this line . You
will find many handsome articles priced
within the limits of a moderate puree.
Sterling Silver Novelties 19c up
Butter knife 59c
Cake Basket $2.25
Bread Tray 1.75
Everybody realizes the desirability of
books for gifts. We meant to buy double
the stock this year, but the overflowing
shelves counters and tables seem to
carry 3 times the number we ever had
before. There are linen books for the
babies, books for the boys and girls,
books for the grown-ups ; books for all
tastes and all pocket books.
We sell all books (except a few net
books) at from 10 to 50 per cent, lees
than publishers prices.
All the popular $150 novels $1.15.
Expensive books and sets we sell for
$1 cash and balance on easy install
ments. 200 cloth bound, standard size books,
150 books, bound in ribbed silk
with gilt top, titles selected
btst known authors publishers
50c. Choice 35c or 3 for $1.00.
150 daintv IB mos.. covor nrnumfintnrl ranging in price from $1 to $.'15.00.
in cold, charming cilt books. r,bliBl,Br' Brownie camera for boys and girls.. . .$1
price. Choice while they last 20c.
Your choice of any of these 5 volume
sets. Neatly boxed publishers price Beginners instructed free
$3.00. Our price 95c.
Coopers 1 eather Stocking Tales.
" Sea Talts.
Green's History of English People
Dickens Thackery Scott.
Henty Lyall Elliot Alger.
Optic Oaine and many others.
ys are made to be
ornamental as well ai useful. Many
new kinds made also for bedrooms,
dressing tables, etc, that are attrac
tive gifts. The prettiest, daintiest
things we saw this season were the
Ormalu clock . We have a swell line
of the latest ones at lowest prices.
NEW STYLE ALBUMS
Every album is new ; every one the
latest style. Celluloid and Plush
covers are the favorites this year.
Don't fail to see the McKiuley Al
bums the finest cover design of the
year. We have always led on albums
and our line this year is almost
doubled. 75c to $5.00.
You will want perfumes of couise,
and if you desire a splended assort
ment to pick from, high quality and
close prices, we shall expect to supply
you. Fancy bottles 15c to $1,50. An
especially fine line of standard odors
in handsome bottles at from 25c to
50c. Original half pound bottles of
standard high grade extracts for
those who wish to make a superb
These will be among the most
popular goods this year. They aro
gifts of a most sensible character,
have usefulness and beauty. Ebony
Vive, 4x5 (Plates or Films) $4 with sterling silver makes a strik-
Pocket Hawkeye 3x4 $1 ingly beautiful combination. Gifts
20 ner cent discount on ail Kodaks, in this line for everybody.
Military brushes lor men.
cloth styles of cameras is at your service in
from selecting it is important that you get
the proper style for the work you want
price to do. We are agents for Kodaks, Pre-
mos, I'ocos, Koronas, Ilawkeyes, Vives,
Child's silver plated cup 25c Travel, History, Biography and Fiction.
Set 6 forks or spoons $1.45 oc or 5 lor $1.
A present to last for years and a per
petual pleasure if Its a good one a con
, stant annoyance it isn't. We protect
you from the latter kind by exchanging
or buying back any pen that is unsatis
factorily after 10 days use.
Prices $1 to $0, but Waterman's Ideal
$2.50 up is the best Fountain Pen made.
Ladies' and Men's pocket books, card
cases, purees, traveling ases, music
and rolls, etc., make sensible, servicable
a(i. presents. We show all the new things.
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vonM-rl worlier Our R vpra PYnpripnrn """"";'""-' "'Mio nuo uu which
vanced worker, uur o years experience we got 25 ppr centdigcount The eaving
with lenses, shutters and the different B yours if you buy here.
We have them all sizes, styles
makes for the school child to the
HUNTLEYS' TWO STORES
OREGON CITY, OREGON
of all kinds for the ladies. Manicure
and toilet Bets. Hand mirrors and
High Grade Stationery
A fine box of stationery with an
initial seal and stick of wax is always
acceptable to a lady. We show the
latest BtyleB at 35c to $1.50, depending
on the size of the box.
Etaiei Toilet Articles
These are gilver mounted and make
dainty little gifts. We Bold them
last year for 25c each. A special buy
enables us to oficr them for a leader
Medallions and Pictnrcs
Pictures like book are gifts that
endure for years and yet may come
within the limits of tho modest
Our Mock was relucted fiom the
Tabor-Prang Art Co. that means tho
most artiBiic mid desirable in this
country, Buying direct enables us to
make the prices the lowest.
Arotypes HxlO 10c
Passe Portrait lie
Photochromes 15x20 2;")C
Medullions 20c to $8.00