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OREGON (ilTY COURIER-HERALD, FRIDAY, JANUARY 24 1902
HOUSEKEEPERS who shop with us this year in
and yeor ou are well aware of the homelike ta
mosphere that surrounds them the atmosphere of pro
tection in price and quality of goods an atmosphere
free from the taint of fake
in this advanced age of civilization.
McAilen & McDonnell
EXCLUSIVE DRY 81905 IMPORTERS
I THIRD and MORRISON .
Rev. J. W. Exon, of Viola, waa in the
Henry Epperson, of Garfield, wag in
we cuy nionuay.
David Olosner, of Viola, was in Ore
011 Oity Mondaj,
D, F. Warner, of Currirsville, waa in
uregon uuy Saturday.
H. and J. IJerhoff, of Stafford, Were
in Oregon City Monday.
Postmaster J. F. Deoe, of Canby,
was in tho city Satuiday.
Mrs. E. Austin, of Liberal, was in Ore
gon City, during the week.
Miss Clara Fischer, of CorraUii, ii
visiting relativei in Oregon Oity.
Mrs. W. F Dixson, of Needy, has
been visiting friends at Woodburn.
John Wolf, son of E. J. Wolf, of Bea
ver Creek, was in the city Saturday.
Mrs. William Bohlander, of Portland,
visited Relatives in the city Saturday.
William Scanlon, of Beaver Creek,
was a visitor in Oregon City Saturday.
John Hutton went to Roseburg Fri
day, to visit his daughter for a few days.
Miss Lillie Ramsby , of Dayton, Wash.,
ia visiting relatives and friends in the
Ex-County Commissioner Frank Jag
gar, of Carus, was in Oregon City Sat
urday. Mrs. W. H H. Samson visited her
lister, Mrs. L. E. Armstrong at Barlow
An excellent assortment of new patterns, in
solid gold, gold filled, silver and nickel cases in all
grades and sizes. Sold for cash or on installment
Second-hand watches taken in exchange.
We make a specialty of repairing watches,
and guarantee all our work.
Year to All
methods resorted to at times
Winnie Hill, of Portland, was visit
ing friends in the city Saturday and
Mrs. G. M." Strange, principal of the
Willeburg school, was in town Monday
Rev. 8. Copley, of Saiem, was in the
city Saturday, on his way home from
Mllo LfM. nf flnnhu mrna i Ci
City Tuesday, after a coffin for the late
William Kreuner, . of Hog Hollow
farm on Beaver Creek, was in town Sat
urday. He has been very busy blast
Mrs. A. Bohlanrinr and inn rf Pa
ver Creek, were visiting relatives in the
iting her son, Charles V. Galloway at
Mill Leona Mnhr nf Vooli. Un. k
. - , una uoou
Vtlltlnir her smtnr. Mr a (lanm u
gory, of Moltlla.
Postmaster and Mrs. 0. Wissinger.of
Milwaukie. vUiteri Mr ami M. t r
Mrs. H. R. Tnrrurn nf Pni-tlanJ
visiting her uncle, County Clerk Cooper
Mrs. M. Thomnur
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Portland, visited their cousin, William
Hornshuh last Sunday.
Alfred and Paul Rnhnniilap nf
left last week for the Nehalem country
R. J. ShofiklftV. a. nrnmlnanr ftv.A
tndoldreeident of Highland precinct,
Mrs. Glia TCvIa Jnr! Mn n tliaart t
Aurora, who warA viaitinii' Tra UanH
Kyle, returned home Monday.
L. E. Armstrong, one of the school
directors of the Barlow schoel district,
was a visitor in the city Saturday.
Hon. Oito Gengelbach, of Clackamas
Station, now holds down a position in
the surveyor-general's office at Port
land. Elisha Killin, who had been down
from Grass Valley, Wasco county, for
the past three weeks, returned there
John F. Allen, of Portland, represent
ing the manufacturers of Cardul wine
and other preparations, was in the city
W. H. Bremer and Oh -1st RichUr,
two prominent young farmers of New
Era precinct, were visitors in the city
Mr and Mrs. L. M. Hoyt and child,
of Hillsboro, were visiting her parents,
R. A. Tabor and family, at Mount Pleas
ant, during the week.
E. P. Dedman, a prominent candidate
for the nomination of county recorder on
the republican ticket, was up from
R W. Zimmerman, who recently
moved back to his farm, near Needy,
from Aurora, is making extensive im
provements on hlf place.
Silas Wriuht. of Liberal, waB in town
Sunday, and took out Miss Grace Mi'i'or,
wno oegun anotner mree moir, term
of Bcbool there last, xonday
lWm.iatitii. ft o-K,i -
Macksborg, was in town Tuesday. He
has been in poor health, and came to
town for medical treatment. ..
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Vernon have
returned from a visit to relatives in
Polk county. Mr. Vernon is a well
known druggist at Huntley's.
N.Kanffmann, son of Dan Kauffmann,
the Needy creamery operator, is attend
ing the farmers' short course at the ag
ricultural college at Corvallis.
W. 0. Campbell i wid Is h6w" con-'
neciea with the Regulator Steamboat
line, passed up the road Saturday even
ing to visit relatives at Albany.
Mrs. D. C. Latourette gave an ad
dress last Wednesday afternoon before
the womens' missionary meeting, held
in the Second Baptist chch inj Port
land. Hon. Onrwln R RhnW n( RoHla
who attended the the funeral of his
father, the late George VV. Shank at
Canby, returned hom 'last Friday
Miss Celis Goldsmith will go to San
Francisco about February 6th, to join
her sister, Miss Bertha. The latter will
return home about a week after her sis
ter reaches San Francisco.
F. P. McDevitt, of Sumpter, was in
the city Saturday on his way to Salem,
to visit relatives. He is now associated
with his sister-in-law. E. Sadie White
at Sumpter in the mercantile business.
W. T. Scrivener, a well known citizen
of Heppner, was in Oregon City Mon
day on his wav to Salem. He is a
cousin of Deputy County Clerk O. D.
Eby, and had been visiting the Rob
bins,! at Molalla.
Mini Oram HTnralmll ham K
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InflT ralflliVAfl At. Hnhhntvl and i on.n.
incr thfl Prflfllr nart nf tlia wlnta with
her Bister, Mrs. Thomas F. Ryan. 8he
win oegm another term ol school at
Cottrell in March. -
Charles Schmidt, of Barlow, was in
the city Tuesday.
Ernest Elliott is the new delivery
clerk at G. W. Grace's store.
Miss Casey, of Portland, visited rela-
tiues in Oregon City Sunday.
Miss Nora Convert, of Clatskanie, is
yisiiing the Miises Albright.
U. B. Jackson, who lives on the hill,
is so ffering with a crippled arm .
Rev. William Baird. of Dayton, is
visiting A. C. Willey and family.
Allen E. Frost, formerly of Muir
Bros., has accepted a position in Har
ris' grocery store.
Miss Lucille Alderman, of Portland,
has been the guest of the Misses Glea-
son for the past week.
R. J. Hendricks, editor of the Salem
Statesman, was in the city Tuesday on
his way to Portland.
County Surveyor Ernest Rands is do
ing some surveying in the vicinity of
Springwater this week.
J. C. Fry, a well known pioneer, who
lives in Barlow precinot, near AafQCAi
was in the city Tueeday,
Colonel Robert A. 'Lxtt was in Van
couver, Wash. ot eeVeral days M at
torney b;;i0re the !and otHo9t
a, L. Townsend, of Townsend Station,
near Woodburn, was visiting W, H, H,
Samson, during the first of the week.
H. E. Stevens is now conductor on
the ppecial car running between Port
land Sellwood, but still lives at Mil
wankie. Benjamin Jaggar returned ftom Port
land Jast Sunday, where he has been
convalescing from a recent surgical op
eration. Mrs. Solomon Smith, of Silverton,
who had been visiting her danghter,
Mrs. Tom F. Cowing, jr., returned home
Tuesday. . .
Ernest Hickman, of Sun.pter, ar
rived the first of the week, and is visit-,',-
his mother, Mrs. 0. T. Hickman for
Mr. and Mrs. M. Mulvev returned
from Ban Francisco Saturday, where
the former has been receiving medical
treatment for the past two months.
Miss Bessie Armstrong, who has been
employed in Mrs. Carlton's drensmalc
ing establishment for several months
past, returned to her home at Barlow
Rev. W. S. Grim is making prepara
tions to remove to Willamette Falls,
where himself and family can have
moreOregea open Air. Quite a num
ber of the members of the congregation
live in that delightful suburb.
Mrs. Isaac Prindle, who is spending
the winter with her brother-in-law in
Oakland, Calif., hat written to Mr
Prindle. that she appreciates the mild
climate there. People there call a mild
irost very cold weather .
George B. Fox and hod, Luther, of
The Dalles, and Utiarle A. Hovis, of
Kelso, WaBh., were in tiie city Monday
on business before tlin land office.
Messrs. Fox and Hovis, both were for
mer Clackamas county merchants.
A. Dunt, of Clarkes, who is making
preparations to put in a shingle mill on
his farm, was in town Saturday. He
was accompanied by John Peck. Mr.
Dursi has a fine body of cedar, and will
use the shingle mill to worn it up into a
J. V. Harless, a prominent Molalla
resident, was In Oregon City Friday,
and expressed great faith in the future
of that section. Several inquiries have
been received from Eastern people by
Molalla residents, making inquiries
about Clackamas county,
Mrs. T. J. Divine. r,t Goldendale,
Wash , known to her nuny old friends.
as Miss Nina Caples. arrived last Fri
day, and is the guest of Mihb Echo Sam
sun. She and her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. L. U. (Japles .vre prospering in
their new home at Golucndale.
Road Supervisor P. T. Davis, el
Clackamas, who w in tdwn Saturday,
stated that one delinquent individual.
who reluned to par his poll tax, had
just paid the same to the justice of the
peace, after legal process. The costs
mide the totrl amojnt of the road poll
Jacob Mills, who is now a resident of
Oswego, was in the city, during the
week. Louis N. Allen, of Shedd, who
was arrested at Shedd, Linn county, for
using the mails to defraud Mr. Mills
out of $ 1 25 in connection with the rent
ing of a farm, was bound over in the
sum of $300 to appear before the United
States grand jury.
S. T. Garrison, the Clackamas Station
hoop pole manufacturer, was in the city
Monday, and stated that the Odd-Fellows
were now assured of a new hall at
that place. The lodge has four lots cen
trally located in Clackamas Station.
Three hundred dollars in subscriptions
was raised in a day as a building fuud,
recently. It is the intention to erect a
building costing $800.
A. M. Kirchem and James T. Fullam,
of Uedland, were in the citv Tuesday,
agitating the matter of improving the
road between Oregon Oity and Viola.
Mr. Kirchem says that even now light
teamB fr jm Springwater come to the
county teat by way of Viola, as the
route is about-four miles shorter. When
heavily loaded, however, the teamb take
the improved Logan road.
Hon. T. J. Buford was viidting his
son, Jay Buford and wife in the city the
first of the week Mr. Buford has ac
cepted the territory east of the Cascades
in Oregon and Washington for organiz
ing work for the Order of Lions. He
was the prime mover iu forming the
lodge here a few months ago. He will
make his headquarters in Baker City,
where a son and his daughter reside.
Hon. B. F. Jones, of Toledo, Lincoln
county, a prominsnt attorney of that
place, was in the city Tuesday on busi
ness before the land office. Mr. Jonea
has served time as county clerk, judge,
and editor of the Lincoln County
Leader. He has great faiih in the com
mercial future of Lincoln county, now
since the Kiletz reservation has been
thrown open. The product of 200,000
acres of timber land in Polk and Lin
coln counties, will have to find an out
let for market by way of Yaquina bay.
David McArttaur, of New Era, was In
Oregon City Saturday. He stated that
the Molloy Fnridlure Company, of
Portland, are building a large sawmill,
abutting on the river on one side, and
a platform reaching out to the railroad
switch on the other. The mill will have
a capacity of 20,000 or 25,000 feet of lum
ber daily. The mill will make a spec
ialty of cutting hardwood lu oher to bn
ANNUAL CLEARANCE. SALE
I 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.
Our all wool $io suits for 7.50
Our all wool imported Clay Worsted $15
suits for.. 10.00
Men's extra heavy $2.50 working shoes... 2.00
Men's good $2 hats for 1 .50 1
When you see It I Our Ad It's so.
T H PPTPP TTn-tn.nato r.lnthlpr 4
will be floated down the river and
caught in a boom at the mill. The new
enterprise will give employment tq ft
number of hands. The men P.QW em
nloved in the construction -v
eonsldew,v,' ' adds
.. to the lively appearance
ei new rira.
InPir vptitp imnu?
uubau lib no iiiiina
The steamer Altona is now making
regular trips to McMinnville from rort
land. The Silverton Appeal has again
changed hands. E. W. Sfahl, recently
from Illinois, is the new editor.
William Kreuger, who resides on Bea
ver Creek, but whose poitollice address
is Oregon City, wants to exchange his
bicycle for a cart or buggy,
The Junior Y. M. 6. L basketball
team defeated the Young Mens' League
of South Portland, in the game at the
local gymnasium last (Saturday night.
There his been considerable snness
in C. A. Nash's family oh upper Sev
enth street, during the past two Weeks,
Mr. Nash's mother has been seriously
At the cannery meeting, recently held
at McMinnville, Charles V. Galloway
made a strong plea for action, and
pledged ttiathe and bis father would put
in 50 acres of pfia, it necessary.
S. T. Garrisbtt, of Clackamas Station,
has his new dwelling -almost ready for
occupancy. It is a hard finished mod
ern dwelling, and will be a substantial
addition and ornament to the growing
The Congregational Christian En
deavor Society has elected new officers,
and is prospering. Following are the
new officers: President, Louis Adams;
vice-president, Ellen Smith; secretary,
Myrtle Buchanan; treasurer, Mr.
Henry Cooke has about completed
the new sidewalk along the vest side of
MadiBou street, from Third street ' to
Seventh. The sidewalk follows the un
dulations of the landscape, and affords
a picturesque view of a portion of the
Charles Smith, of Parkplace, had an
eye removed in a Portland hospital Fri
day. On Thursday he waa using a steel
sledge hammer, and a splinter from the
sledge flew up and struck him in the
eye, penetrating the ball. He suffered
excruciating paiu until the eye was re
A local sawmill man and a Portland
party contemplate building a new saw
mill on the Weismandel place, near Vi
ola. There is plenty of good timber,
convenienily located, and it is believed
a sawmill there would be a good invest
. ent. The parties interested are all
Fgllowing are the new of the Metho
J't Episcopal church Epworth League,
who have just assumed their duties:
Preiident, K. J. Maple; 1st vice-president,
Mrs. Alice Kinder; 2nd vice-president,
Seth Leavens; 3rd vice-president,
Carrie Seely; 4th vice-president, Mrs.
W. 8. Grim ; secretary, Gertrude Miller;
trtaBiirer, A. G. Kinder; organist, Nel
The local Y M. C. A. team won an
other brilliant vlcfory over the Portland
Association team in a hotly contested
game of indoor baseball. The game
took place the Oregon City gymna
sium. The score was eight to five.
The score was even for the first half, but
Gantenbeim's brilliant .play turned the
tide in favor of the local team. 1 he um
pires were- h. Ualitt and Uharies
So far as we know W. W. Irwin is the
only person in this neighborhood, who
has built a silo for practical purposes.
Mr. Irvin tilled it late last tall, and has
already been feeding silage for some
time, and it has given good satisfaction.
He thinks that in order to obtain the
best results the silo should be filled
twice, the first time in June or July, bo
as to bridge over the dry spell generally
setting in about August. Auroro Bore
alia. Fred P. Hurst, of Aurora, was in the
city Monday. Mr. Hurst is .making
prepardtions to replace the mill recently
burned at Aurora with a 3 story flout
ing mill, and will also build a ware
house and probably put in a separator.
It is also the intention to further util
ize his fine water by putting in an elec
tric plant and water works He pro
poses to lurnish Aurora wun a water
works aystein and electric lights, and
Barlow and Canby with lights. Wood
We understand that Fred Hurst has
offered strong inducements, if h would
build the new mill at Jan&y. me
nower station could bo here, running a
dynamo, and a wire run to Canby where
a motor could be installed in the mill.
The idea is perfectly practical, and
the cost of wire and extra machinery is
nearly balanced by being at liberty to
select the best poHsible location, and
Makes the food more
....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.
still beinor in nossesHion to unccmafiillv
compete with steam" power. Aurora
George O. Brownell spoke on Initia
tive and Referendum at Barlow on
Thursday, Jan. 23d. at 7:30, and will
speak at Maple Lane schoolhouse Satur
day, Jan. 2Sth at 7:30, and at Wilern's
ball, Eagle Creek.on Saturday, Feb. 1st,
John Willis Baer, of Boston, secretary
of the International Christian Endeavor
Union, will speak to the public at th
First Presbyterian church in this city
at 7:45 Thursday evening, March 6th.
Mr. Baer is making an 18,000 mile trip,
v siting Westeru British America, Mex
ico and every Pacific coast and Rocky
mountain state. Oregon City ia in
cluded in the itineary. Mr. Baer was
here a few years ago in attendance at
the Christian Endeavor state conven
tion. The new hall of Willamette Falls
Camp, Woodmen of the World, is now.
occupied by several lodges. The Wood
men meet on Ihe first and third Fridays
of each month. Cataract Lodge,
Knights of Pythias, was the first out
side lodge to occupy the new hall, and
have already initiated quite a uuinber
of new members in their new hall.
Their night of meeting is Wednesday
evening. The Pendoa meet Monday
nights, Modern Woodmen Tuesday
nights, and the Artisans Thursday'
The finest bon bon boxes in town at
the K. K. k.
The latent in chocolate of all kinds at
the Kozy Kandy Kitchen, ,
Kozy Kandy Kitchen, up to date on
A few watches for sale cheap at
Younger's. Watches cleaned, $1.
20 to $100 to loan on cha'tol or per
Di.mick & Eastiiam, Agts, .
Land titles examined, abstracts made
and money loaned at lowest rates.
Dimick & Eastham, Lawyers, Oregon
Lumber Leave orders at this office
for first-class lumber of all kinds, or ad
dreHS W. F. Hakkih. Beaver Creek,
Drs. R. B. and A. L. Beatie, dentists,
The Weekly Oregonian gives all the
national news and the Courier-Herald
gives all local and county news. Both
one venr for Two Dollars,
I rim having a farm to rent will do
wen :o call on O. A. Cheney, real es
it and insurance agent, at Oregon
City, who has applicants.
Key fitting, lock work and saw filing
at Johnson & Lamb's bicycle shop, op
posite Electric hotel. Satisfaction guar
AtG. W. Grace's store on Seventh
and Center streets, for the next 00 days,
dry goods, boots and shoes will be sold
at 10 per cent, reduction. SuitB for men
and boys will go at cost.
A Bargain A tract of 8 acres on Mo
lalla road ; three-fourths mile from Ely, ,
iyt acres cleared. Must bs
sold at once. Price $75 per aero. For
particulars inquire at Courier-Herald of
fice. When you visit Portland don't fail to
get your meals at the Koyal Restaurant,
First and Madison. They serve an ex
cellent meal at a moderate price; agoei
square meal, 15c,
delicious and wholesome