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OREGON CITY COURI ER-HERALD ' FRIDAY, JANUARY 17 1902
I ANNUAL. CLEARANCE SALE !
EVERYTHING AT WAY DOWN PRICE
' We mean to sacrifice a Twelve Thousand Dollar Stock at
actual cost prices. We quote here a few of our many specials.
Uur all wool $io suits for ...... ...Jf 7.50
Our all wool imported Clay Worsted $i5
suits forj-;.. ;;..J.. 10.00
Men's extra heavy $2,50 working shoes. t . 2 .00
Men's good $2 hats for... - ,50
Whin you set It ) Our Ad It's 50.
J. M. PRICE, Dp-to-Date Clothier.
....A PAIR OF..
Ely Bros, will for a short
time give away every 15th
Pair of Boots and Shoes sold
at their store, ranging in
price from $1.50 up. We
consider this the best offer
ever made to the trade of
Oregon City and feel that
we are giving the best
values for the money to be
had in the city, hoping by
this special offer for a short
time only to get cur Shoes
before customers that have
not traded with us before.
W. R. Reddick is sick at his borne at
A. Falrclough is spending the week
in the country.
Dan Evans, ot Viola, waa a visitor in
the city yesterday. -
Willard Knight, of Canby, was in
town the firtt of the week.
John Walling,? the Lincoln hop
.grower, was in the city Saturday.
R. Freytag, the cerner groceryman, is
ill at bis home on lower Main street.
Mrs. E, S. Bollinger will go to Salem
tomorrow to visit rslatiyes for a few
C. W. Swallow, of Maple Lane, is ill
at his home with an attack of pnru
Miss Zora Forrester, of Eagle Creek,
has been visiting her aunt, Mrs. S. F,
Mrs. G. 0. Bacon and children vis
ited her mother at Vancouver last Sun
day. The latter is very sick.
John Adams and family have moved
into-the large McDonough house on
Fourth street, recently vacated by Mr.
Mrs. Harriett Ramsby, of Indiana,
who has bsen visiting her cousin, Max
Ramsby for a week, left yesterdy to
isit relatives at Silverton.
Everett Litnurptte, of Portland, was
an the city Tuesday on business con
nected with mines, in which he is ex
Dr. H. A. Dadman, of Canby, re
turned home Tuesday, after tiktng post
graduate courses in Eastern medical
colleges. He has been absent about
One pound each
of Red Albu
men and Capsi
and Corn Meal
is eaid to feed
50 hens a month
eggs. We sup
ply you with a
pound each for
Bath Brushes, Bath Mitts,
Bath Sponges, etc. Everything for the bath at cut
A prices. These special sale prices are good for one week A
$ only. Buy now and save 20
Regular Price Specia
Brushes $1.50 $1.15
" 115- 95
" 1 00 75
" ........ 85 60
" 50 35
Towels $1.50 $1.20
" . 50 40
Mitts ...r. ... $1.50 $1.10
G G, HUNTLEY, I
Oregon City, Ore.
J. T. Evans, a prominent farmer of
Mulino, was in the city Wednesday,
and reported that a majority of the far
mers were putting in their crops and
telizing the soil.
0. B. Clements went t) Roseburg this
afternoon. He took with him some
samples of coal Irom the Creswell mine,
and will dispose of stock in the com
pany to Roseburg people. Eu;jeje
Guard. . - ,
W. W. Bradley is home for a few days
frem Eastern Oregon, having accom
panied Young Brothers there several
weeks ago. He is delighted with the
country there, but reports snow and
W. B. Wiggins was in the city Wed
nesday. He has resigned his position
as bookkeeper at the Clatsop sawmill,
and accepted a similar place in Portland,
Mrs. Wiggins and children are visit
ing her parents here, but will shortly
take up their residence in Portland.
H. A. Webster, justice of the peace at
Clackamas. wa in the eit.v WoH
and reported that J. Sturchler's dwell.'
tally burned down on the day previous.
Mr. Sturchler was away from home at
the time, and the family carried out
some articles that were left two near the
fir and wai-a danfrnvAr? Tha MnFAnt.
ot the building and the structure itself
wore uBoiroyea une tunareu-and
twnnfv dnllnra in mnnov waa l.n I -
article recovered Jrom the building.
There was no insurance.' -'
The following is the list of letters re
maining in the postoffice at Oregon
City, Ore., on January 10th, 1902:
Womeni' List Mrs. Florence Miller.
Mens' Lilt Charlie Cousins, B. Gre
gory. F. A. Green, A. D. Gearel, Wal
ter H.Johson, C. A. Nelson, Herman
Ragraitkye, Wallace Watenpaugh,
Dick Urthens, J. W. Wilson.
GEORGE F. HORT0N, P. M.
Born, to the wife of Dell Hart In Or
egon City, January 13th, a boy ; weight,
THE CHWKERINO PIANO.
A Popular Favorite With Tlclctt
.Following is the vote in the Checkering
piano contest !
W. O. W , b()0,710
K. O. T M 298,459
The latest count places the Woodmen
of the World 292,251 ahead.
W. L. Yancy, Pac'u:ah, Ky., writes:
"I had a severe case of kidney disease
and three of the best physicians in
Southern Kentucky treated me without
success. I was induced to try Foley's
Kidney Cure. The first bottle gave im
mediate relief and three bottles cured
meperra-nently. I gladly recommend
this wonderful remedy." Take no s ub
etitute. Charman & Co.
P. CdbO. By. Co.
25c is the regular Sunday
round trip rate between Oregon
City and Portland. Get your tickets at
Harding's drug store."
one tells of the
good our Palo
done for their
horses and if
you try a 50c
package and if
it does no good
we want to re
fund the money
in fact we are
just looking for
the first com
Bath Towels, Bath Soap, Y
to 50 per cent.
ly ofreg. price
Plenty of private money to loaa at 6
and 7 per cent. O.ILDye. j'
500 tracts of land for sale. Inquire of
O. A. Cheney, Oregon Oity, Or.
The item in last week's paper abont
Baebv & Dixson's log drives, should
have read 1,000,000 feet instead of 100,
Wanted to borrow $500 on real estate
security, private party. 8 per cent on
2-year loan. Address, Box 9, Hubbard,
Two infants died at Macksburg Tues
day morning, one being the child of Jo
seph Freyrer. and the other being the
child of Eugene Mitchell.
Don't you miss to see the populai
comedian, Mr. Barney Deering, as King
Colossi. c, with the Brownies, on batur
day, January 25th, at Shively's opera
house; ,.: . ,. . " -', v
Rev. S. Copley, formerly pastor of the
flvangelical church here, passed through
the city Ust Mondav enioute to Eastern
Washington, whither he was called to
officiate a wedding.
110 acres of land with 50 acres im
proved, free from. stumps. A large new
lath and plastered house; barn 30x40,
7 miles out, f 2500. Inquire of 0. A.
Cheney, Oregon City. '
A sawmill man writing from Prairie du
Chien. Wis., and subscribing for the
Courier-Herald, says that he "expects to
settle in this county next .December and
engage in the lumber or shinale busi
ness." Hee we are, with our great company
of. children actors, in our great play
"Brownie Life in Brownie Land," at the
opera house on January 25th. - ,
L. H. McCormick was sentenced to
15 days in the county j lil for carrying
concealed weapons.. It is becoming un
safe to ".arry guns out oi sight, during
these hoid-up, troublous days .before
the spring campaign. '- ; j
You will make no mistake in buying a
United States cream separator of theT.
8. Townssnd Creamery Company at 44
Second Street,. Portland. They give
easy terms, and will take cream In ex
Rabbi Stephen 8. Wise, .of Portland,
will lecture . before the Men's Club at
the Congregational church on Wednes
day evening, January 29th. Som ar
rangement will be made about accom
modating the public.
That cow advertised for sale by D.
Close on anoiher page is not for sale.
Mr. Close came in after the first side of
the paper had been printed, and or
deied the advertisement taken out. It
pays to advertise.
The theme at the Congregational
church on Snndiy, at 10:30, will be,
"The Sons of God Shining." At 7:30
the pastor will speak on "Some Things
That Girls Should Know," as a sequel
to the address of last Sunday evening
James Church and Leighton Kelly
have purchased 8 1-2 acres across the
road from the Bestow residence, for the
consideration of $100 per acre. It is
known as the Butel property and ad
loin"; the city limits. It is considered a.
good buy. . :
Quit paying rent and don't pay inter
est. Own your own home, ihe Ore
gon Home Mutual Society will buy your
home and pay off your mortgage, and
give you 16 years and eight months to
pay for it. Only $5 35 per month for a
$1000 home. fl. M. Harnden, agent.
Book lovers and school libraries had
better take advantage of the 25c book
sale which commences at. v Huntley's
Book Stire the 18th. They offer 500
books from" regnlar40c, 50c and 75c lines
at 25c each. We noticed also about 50
copyright books, published at $1.00 to
$1.50, had been included in this sale.
At the recent term of the circuit court
8. B. Rowan was granted a divorce from
Gratia Rowan. Filippina Schweitzer
was granted a divorce from Frank
Schweitzer, also the custody of six
minor children and the defnndant or
dered to pay $15 per month alimony for
the support of the family. In the di
vorce suit of E. W,' vs Kate Penman,
thf defendant's demurrer to complaint
Th3 road pill tax' 1 iw is mt alto
gather a satiMlac'ory success. It often
est falls on the small wage earner, who
can ill-afford to pay the tax. Street
Commissioner Green collected 303 polls
in Oregon City, where a lare number of
the voters are exempt on account of be
ing membeis of the fire and militia
companies. In Milwaukie precinct the
road supervisor reported having on!y
collected 12 polls."
E. Ridgeway, who has ben over in
Clackamas county, near Bpringwater,
the naat four or five months, working
the lever of a "stationary," for a milling
comnanv. is home lor a fw weeks rest.
He will return to his work February lt,
or soon thereafter. He wants to make
Clackamas his permanent home, and of
fers his farm east of town for eale. St.
George W, Shan', a Wiill known fruit
erower of Cinoy precinct, died at his
home Tuesday morning of cancer of the
stomach. He was 63 years old and a na
tive of Ohio. Mr. bliank was a veteran
of the civil war, and was wounded at
Vicksburg. He was a prominent mem
ber of Meade Post, also of the Work
men. The deceased had been married'
ir 45 years, and a resident of Clacka
mas county far about 22 years. Be
sides the widow, the deceased left the
following rjjildren : L. D., A. It. and
D. J.. Canby; Corwin e., beattle;
W. M.. Oreeon Citv. The funeral oc
curred from the Methodist Episcopal
church at Canby yesterday afternoon,
Rev. Dunlap officiating. The services
at the grave were conducted - at the
cemetery by Meade Post.
A Ood TtecoiumomlaUon
"I have noticed thatthe sale of Cham'
berlain's Stomach & Liver Tablets is al
I most invariably to those who have once
used them," says Mr. J. IJ. Weber, a
prominent druggist of Cascade, Iowa
What better recommendation could any
medicine have than for people to call for
it when again in need of such a remedy?
Try them when you feel dull after eat
ing, when you have a bad taste in your
mouth, feel mlioas, have no appetite
or when trou'iled with consiipation, and
you are certain to be delighted with the
prompt relief which they afford. For
sale by G. A. Harding
Several Interesting Functions Dat
ing the Week.
WEDDING AND BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY.
A most delightful gathering was the
surprise patty given Mr. and Mrs. P. G.
Wells last Friday evening at Gladstone
in honor of their wedding anniversary.
It was also Mrs. ' Well's birthday. A
large party of friends were present at
the function. Mr. and Mrs. Wells were
the recipients of an elegant set of silver
teaspoons, Rev. J. H. Beaven making
the presentation speech. Orokonol
was one of the features of the amuse
ments of the evening, Mrs J. J. Brown
winning the first prize, aad Mrs. H. L.
McCann getting the consolation award.
Refreshments were served.
MOUNT PLEASANT WHIST CLUB.
The Mount Pleasant Whist Club gave
a very enjoyable party and served lunch
in Twilight Hall last Saturday evening.
Those present were: Mr. and Mrs.
D. B. Martin. Mr. and Mrs. George La
zelle, Mr. and Mrs. Gibson, the Misses
Betie and Fannie France, Lorena La
zelle, Blanche McOord, Emma Wile
hart; Messrs. K. Kelland, A'. W.
France, Tom Kelland, Fred Meindl,
MORRIS SURPRISE PARTY.
Mr. and Mrs. John K. Morris were
the recipients of a very pleasant surprise
party at their West Side home Tuesday
evening. The party was a gratifying so
cial success, and an excellent supper
was served. Those present wero
Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Scripture, Mr . and
Mrs. S. S. Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Al
Cannon, Mr. and Mrs. H. Henningson,
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McKay, Mr. and
Mrs. B. Dolan, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Mun
son, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Morris, Mes
dames. O. W. Deaver and J. Shadle and
Miss Bessie Grant. v
r mrs. bly's crokOnole party,
Mrs. Charles Ely gave a very success
ful crokanole party at her home at Elv.
the latter part of last week. About 20
Invited guests were present, and partic
ipated in tne lestivities oi the evening.
Seasonable refreshments were served.
Mr. Weed was awarded the first Drize.
and Mr. Grout carried off the consola
tion honors. .
, . MISS PATTY ENTERTAINS.
Miss Florence Patty, the well known
West Side school teacher, entertained a
number vf friends at her home last
Thursday evening. Authors and croko-
nole were interesting game features of
the gathering, and the daintiest of re
freshments were served. , c
MISS JOHNSON SURPRISED. .
A delightiul surprise party was given
Miss Johnson at her home on upper
Seventh street last Friday evening. It
was a hemming party planned and car
ried into offset by the Misses Bessie
Grout and Lennie Seeley. The girls of
the party brought unhemmed aprons,
and after numerous games, these were
hemmed by the boyi amid lively merri
ment, The prize for the best hemming
was awarded to Walter Muir. After the
contest a dainty lunch was served, each
girl weaaing her apron Those present
were:. Misses Seelep, McMillan, John
son, McCown. Bessie Grout. Emma
Johnson, Lennie Seeley. Roma Stafford.
Maude Oooke, Angie Williams, Jennie
Hankins, Zora iorrester: Messrs. beto
Johnson, George Hankins, Arthur
Williams, Walter Muir, William Calitl,
Robs Farr and Allie Grout.
Little Ellen Grace celebrated hi,r 5th
birthday last Friday by inviting a lot of
young friends to spend the afternoon.
Games were played and refreshments
served. The little folks enjoyed the af
Misi Eva Meldrum entertained the
Teachers' Club at the home of Mrs,
Ross Charman Monday evening. An
entertaining program was presented.
Miss Mattie Draper entertained the
Derthic Club at her home last Mondav
night. It was an evening with Schu
bert, and a very eni yable program was
The new officers of Tualatin Camp.
Knights of Maccabees were installed
last Thursday night by Past Comman
der George Gihtrap. The Lambson
Lady Guards, of Portland, assisted in
the installation and gave sinie excellent
drills. Joe Meldrum and Allan Cooke
gave a Cakewalk. A banquet was served
and several addresses delivered. The
lint of officers was recently printed id
Company A, O. N. G., contemplate
expensive improvements in their quar
ters, and will tit up a club room.
Mrs. II. C. Ganong entertained a
hist party at her home in Canemah
last Friday night. Leighton Kelly won
the first prize and James Church the
Mrs. Geoge Ely, of Ely, entertained
a number of friends at her home Wed-
nes lay evening.
The Mothers' Club met at the home
of Mrs. George C. Brownell Thursday
afternoon, and an unusually inteaesting
meeting was held. Ihe feature of the
gathering was the able address by Mrs.
D. C. Latourette.
Mrs. A, N. Munsey gave a very en
joyable card pirty at her home on Cen
ter street last night.
TheTurney dance at the new Wood
men hall last Saturday night was a very
popular and enjoyable affair.
A club dance will be given at Willam
ette hall Saturday nignt, under the di
rection of MisBes Geraldine McCown
and Nettie Biadley. It is a limited in
MiflsO. L. Blayney, daughter of W.
Blaney. was married to Charles E. Mc-
Corm.ck on Wednesday, the ceremony
taking place at 'he home of the bride s
brother, J W. Blayney on the hill. The
bride recently lived in Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. McCormick hnve gone to
Southern Oregon to visit relatives. Key.
A. J. Montgomery officiated at the cer
emony. Marriage licenses hare been granted
as follows: Mary E. Gill and E. N.
Barrett, Ada Athy and Paul Schroedcr,
both on the loth.
Joseph Garrow, of Corvsllia, formerly
of Oregon City, was married to Miss
Bertha Emmett at Salem a few days
Invitations are out announcing the
marriage of Alice Gertrude, oldest
daughter of Dr. and Mts. J. W. Powell
to Lieutenant Fred W. Humphry?, to
take place on Wednesday, January 22nd.
Annual Gearance Sale
Full size 10x4 Amoskere :
; cotton Blankets regular
; price l.uo.
Sale price 49c per pair
Closing out all odd lots 1
of German Chiuaware '
consisting of decorated ,
Cups and Saucers, Plates, 1
Pitchers, Teapot Btands, ;
Sale price 8a each.
Dan Kauff mann, the well known dair
man and bee farmer, of Needy precinct,
was in the city Tuesday. Mr. Kauff
mann was the first person in Clackamas
county to build ailos and make a prac
tical test of feeding ensilage to his cows.
And he has made a gratifying success of
feeding corn ensilage. From 10 acres of
corn be feeds on an average of 22 head
of cattle annually, the ensilage being
the principal feed, as he has but little
naitnre. Mr. Kauff mann bat been in
dairying business for several years, and
i.,, rrjode at nis creamery corn
sale at 52 1-2 cents per
- ' lconsiderable milk from
snd will enlarge his plant
idents of Macksburg are
f the sale of their milk
, p-.'mann creamery. Mr.
Kauff mann is selling the bharpless
cream separator, which enables pur
chasers to separate their cream al home.
Notice of School Meeting,
Notice Is hereby given to the legal
voters of School District No. 62 of Clack
amas county, state of Oregon, that a
school meeting for said district will be
held at the county court room in the
court house at Oregon City, to begin at
the hour of 7 :30 o'clock p m., on Tues
day, the 28th day of January, 1902.
ThiB meeting is called for the purpooe
of levying a tax on all the assessable
property within the district for general
school purposes, for the ensnining year.
0. O. Albright, Chairman.
Attest, O.O. T. Williams, Clerk.
Dated this 15th day of January ,1902.
Frank Treadwell, Bennett, la., was
troubled with kidney disease for two
years. He writes: "I had taken several
kinds of kidney remedies, but with lit
tle benefit. Finally I tried Foley'B Kid
ney Cure and a one dollar bottle cured
me. Charman &Co.
There Are Simple Remedlea
indispensable in any family. Among
these, the experience of years assures
us, should ba recorded Painkiller. For
both internal and external applications
we have found it of great value; especi
ally can we recommend it for colds,
rheumatism, or fresh wounds and
bruises. Christian Era. Avoid substi
tutes, there is but one Painkiller, Perry
Davis.' Price 25c and 50c.
KKMARKAHLE CURE OF CROUP.
A Little lloy'a Life Paved
I have a few words to say regarding
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It
saved my little boy's life and I feel that
1 cannot praije it enough, I bought a
bottle of It from A. K. Steere of Good
win, S. D., and when I got home with
it the poor baby could hardly breathe.
I gave the medicine as directed every
ten minutes until he "throw up" and
thpn I thoucht sure he was going to
choke to death. We had to pull the
phlegm out of his mouth in great long
strings. Iam positive that if I ha 1 not
got that bottle ol congn medicine, mv
boy would not be on earth today. Joel
Demont, Inwood, Iowa. For sale by
G. A. Harding.
! Large size stand Lamps '
i complete with burner,
ji wick and best quality (
1 1 Sale price 16c. . ji
Y. M. G A.
Friday 5 Jan. 17,
ADMISSION J 5 cents
Big Cash Store
THE HOME : GOLD CURE.
An Inremoua Treatment bv whlh
Drunkard! are Being Cured Da'ly
Spite or Themselves.
No Raxtoni Doaea. No Weakening of the
Nerve. A Pleasant and ronltlve Care
for the Liquor Habit. ,
It is now generally known and under
stood that Drunkenness is a disease and
not weakness. A body filled with poi
son, and nerves completely shattered by
periodical or constant use of intoxicating
liquors, requires an antidote capablnf
neutralizing and eradicating this poison,
and destroying the craving for intoxi
cants. Sufferers may now cure them
selves at borne without publicity or loss
ol time from business by this wonderful
"HOME GOLD CURE'' which has been
perfected after many years of close study
and treatment of inebriates. The faith
ful use according to directions of this
wonderful discovery is positively guar
anteed to cure the most obstinate case.
00 matter how hard a drinker. Our
records show the marvelous transforma
tion of thousands ol Drunkards into so
ber, industrious and upright men
WIVES CURE YOUR HUSBANDS 1
CHILDREN CURE YOUR FATH
ERS 1 1 This remedy Is no sense ft dob.
trurn but is a specific for this dlsfia(,rf
only, and is so skilliully devised and pre
pared that it is thoroughly soluble and
pleasant to the taste, so that It can be
given in a cup of tea or coffee without
the knowledge of the person faking it.
Thousands of Drunkards have cured
themselves with this nriceless remndv.
and as many more have been cured and
made temperate men bv havine the
"CURE" administered bv lovinir friends
and relatives without their knowledge
in coffee or tea, and believe today that
they discontinued drinking of their own
free will. DO NOT WAIT. Do not be
deluded by apparent and misleading
"improvement." Drive out the disease
at once and for all time. The "Home
GOLD CURE" is sold at the extremely
low price of One Dollar, thus placing in
reach of everybody a treatment more ef
fectual than others costing $25 to $50.
Full directions accompany each package.
Special advice by skilled physicians
when requested without extia charge.
Sent prepaid to any part of h world
on receipt of One Dollar. Address IXipt
K 594, EDWIN II. G I LES & COM PAN Y
2330 and J-3.'j2 Market Street, Philadel
phia. All correspondence strictly confi
dential. Tea Know What You Are lulling
When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill
Tonic because the formula is plaiuly
printed on every bottle showing that it
is simplv Iron and Quinine in a tasteless
form. Ko Cure, No pay. 50c.
fhli itfrnnture Is on tfvery box of tho genuine
Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablet
the remedy that enree cold In nfl daf
Y. M. C A.
MEMBERS 10 cents
;: WEAR :
!' Heavy Fleeced Lined
1 1 regular 50c goods. . '1
1 Sale price 29c.
200 boxes of XX qual-i
( ity No. 5 White Enve-
Hopes. 250 in box. i
Sale price 22c per box
l1 Pure Linen WeftHuck-I
aback, eizn 18x30 Iree '
from filling, good selected !
; yarn, hemmed Bide will
J wash and wear better'
1 than a cheap all ljuen
' towel. i
Sale Price 12c. ji