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OREGON CITY COURIER-HERALfi, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1902.
Fverything of a banking nature entrusted to
our care, receives our best attention. We
shall be glad to have a share of your business.
The Bank of Oregon City, Oregon City, Ore.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Shank went to
Can by yesterday.
Earl Hoopengarner, of Portland, wa3
a visitor in the city Tuesday.
Miss Daisy Cross is sojourning at The
Dalles for the benefit of health.
George Grcshong, of Wilhoit, was a
visitor in Oregon City yesterday.
Claude Strahan, a prominent Port
land attorney, was in the city Wednes
day. Mrs. Gilinore, mother of Mrs. Dr.
George Hoeye is very ill at the home of
Mrs. Barbara Hixon, mother of Mrs.
11 L. Holman, left for California points
Monday night to visit her daughters.
Major Thomas Charmnn was able to
be out Wednesday, the first time for
several weeks. He is still very weak in
Mrs. D. A. McKee, of Woodburn,
is attending the bedside of her brother,
B. F. Linn, who is still very ill at the
Erastus Smith was over from Mc
Minnville college this week. He is one
of the contestants in the inter-ollegiate
debate, which takei place at Salem
L. El. kirchem, of Logan, was in Ore
gou City Tuesday.
C. Berner, of Sunuyside, was an Ore
gon City visitor Monday.
J. W. Turner, of Wilsonville, was do
i ng business in Oregon City Saturday.
A. A. Kenny, of Redland, wag an
Oregon City visitor Thursday.
M. Oat field, of Milwaukie, was in Ore
gon City Thursday.
M. Moehnke, of Shubel, wai doing
business in Oregon City Wednesday .
S . P, Cole, of Aurora, and W. W.
Jesse, of Barlow, were in Oregon City
Miss Kate Powers of, San Francisco,
arrived Wednesday to visit her sister,
Mrs. Frank Redner.
Sealed bids will be received for fur
nishing material and building gymna
sium , or for the labor alone.until Thurs
day at 6 p. m., Feb. 26th. Specifications
can be seen at McMillan's store. T. J.
Gary, clerk, West Oregon City school
Fred Gosser will -re-open the Depot
Saloon on Saturday. Mr. Seol will also
re-open the hotel in connection . The
building has been repaired an d improv
ed since the recent fire.
The following is the list of letters re
maining in the postoffice at Oregon
City, Ore., on February 20th, 1902:
Womens' List Mrs. M. Baney, Maud
Ford, Lena Grossmiller, Bertha Hayes,
Grace Thomas, Anna Williams.
Mens' List A. M. Barrett, 0. F.Bitt
ner, Henry Bauraan, J. G. Barry, J. J.
Emert, S. F. Eby, Thomas Eadon, J. G.
Fisher, Charles Gale, Hugh Hawkins,
Lon Haskins, W. M. Haggeo, Peter
Madison, D. NaRh, Jason Staley, C.
Schmalv, J. E. Williams, Otto Wohler,
GEORGE F. HORTON, P. M.
We propose making this the banner week of our cut-rate
sales. All our Atomizers, B ilk and Bottled Perfumery and
Coachou Boxes go in at adiscount ranging from 20 to 50 per ct.
Our stock of Perfumes embrace all the well known do
mestic lines, such as Wright's, Palmer's, Eastmans & I'ick
secker's, and Atkinson, Roger & Gallet's, Lubins & Lautier's
imported. We probably have fifty different odors, each one
selected of the perfumer who makes that particular odor bet
ter than any one else. Ricksecker's Golf Queen, Ping Pang,
Sublimed Violets; Palmer's White Heliotrope, Rose cf India
and Lilac j5weets; Eastman's Scotch Thistle and Wild Clov
er, are the best of the domestic line.
Atkinson's Chypre and White Rose; R. & G.'s Pean de
Spague; Lautier's May Bells, are the most popular of the
foreign odors. The Special Sale prices will be 50c. and 350
per ounce instead of 75 and 50 cents. See cur windows.
Perfume Aton izers, 'M-50 $2.69
3 50 2.30
" 1.50 .89
" " 1.00 .67
" " .50 .33
A Special Discount of 50 per
. C G. HUNTLEY,
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LOCAL NEWS ITEMS f
Born, in Oregon Citv to O. Grazier
and wife, a son, on February 18th.
"Captain" Jack Miller yeBterday
swore out a complaint chartrine Bob
Gardner of robbing him of some money.
juruner is now unaer arrest.
The final account of El V. and F. S.
Hutchins. admini-trators of the estate
of Thomas A HutchinB, deceased, hus
oeen mea in tne probate court.
Miss Mary Case and Mrs. Charles W.
Pope gave a successful concert at the
Methodist Episcopal church in Albany
on the evening of February 12th .
Falls City Encampment took 10 can-
fliaates through all three decrees Tues
day night. . The initiation was followed
by a banquet, but there was no toast
master or no toasts.
One ween from Saturday night Sena
tor Brownell, Gordon E. Hayes, A. S.
ureser ana u. a . jjye will discuss the
initiative and referendum at the meet
ing of Falls City Lodge, A. O. U W.
The East Sida Herald, is the title of a
new, bright, newsy eight-page paper,
which has just appeared in Enst Port
land. It ib printed weekly, and devoted
principally to the" advancement of the
Milwaukie has mode nominations for
city officers, and the vote that elects will
determine whether or not incorparation
will Le a reality. The announced iuten
tion of incorporating is to rid the place
of powder magazines.
The Derthic Musical and Literary
Club is making great preparations for
a concert to be given in March for the
benefit of the Y'. M. O. A. Mrs. Wal
ter Reed will be one of the soloists in
addition to the club talent.
M. P. Chapman is prominently men
tioned as a desirable candidate for sher
iff on the independent or citizens ticket.
John K. Morns, also is pushed by some
of bis friends for the nomination of
sheriff on the republican ticket.
George Lazelle yesterday sold his two
year old red poll bull, Yamhill, to
Hez. Caples, postmaster at Caples,
wasn. ine animal was snipped yester
day. Mr. Caples is a prominent dairy
man, across the Columbia from St.
The Evening Journal is the title of a
new evening paper that will appear in
Portland, about March 1st, under the
management of that live newspaper
man. It has secured a new perfecting
press, linotypes, etc., and will be an up-to-date
Judge Caples, of Portland, recently
minister to Chile, has been secured for
a lecture before the Clackamas County
Humane Society in this city. The lec
ture will treat on the ex-ministers'
travels in South America, and will he of
unusual interest. The lecture will be
given early in March.
The following officers were re-elected
at the meeting of Hose Company No, 3.
held at Elyville Monday night: Presi
dent, 8. V. Francis; secretary, J. H.
Howard; treasury, Charles Moran.
J. H. Howard was nominated for fire
c mmisaioner, and S. J. Burford was
endoretd lor chief engineer.
It seems the that the presence of the
Portland City & Oregon Railway Com
pany's surveyors in the vicinity of
Mount Scott and out in the direction of
Palmer's and Wright's
cent, on all Bon Bonnier Boxes
Damascus, is giving the residents of
GreBham and Powell's encouraging
hope for a trolley line in that direction.
This is j robably the Bame party of sur
veyors this is giving the residents of
Erjile Creek hopeful crumbs of comfort
in the matter of railway exteusion.
For Sale One 1400-pound black mare.
Inquire of Muir Bros.
$1300 House and lot on Washington
St., below the hill. A very desirable 6
room cottage with vestibule, pantry and
batl. ; one-balf cash, balance 6 per cent.
C. H. Dye .
At the adjourned session of the board
of county commissioners held the latter
part of last week, a new justice of the
peace district was formed out of Needy
and Killin precincts B. F. Smith was
appointed justice, and Richard Garrett
constable. The Habelt road was or
dered opened. Bagby & Dixson were
granted a lease of Rock creek in the
south end of the county for logging pur
poses. The name of Sievers precinct
was changed to Bullrun, and the voting
place will hereafter be Clifiside school
Deputy Sheriff Henry Cooke didn't
find a "nigger in the woodpile," but be
found one i.i the road this sida of New
Era Thursday night, that had been hid
ing in the brush. Henry Jackson, a
Portland Negro was being taken to
Salem to serve a penitentiary term for
burglary. He was sitting on the oppo
site side of the aifde from the deputy,
and this side of New Era the Negro
made his escape from the moving train.
The sheriff's office at Portland as no
tified, who in turn informed Sheriff
Oookeofthe facts. Sheriff Cooke and
Peter Nehren took the river road, while
Henry Cooke went the upper road. The
Negro still had his shackles on. and was
evidently on his way back to Portland.
Within a very few hours after theNe
g'0 jumped from the train, Sheriff
Cooke had him safe with the authorities
How's this ! A five-room house and
two lots at head of Seventh street for
$550 ; cost over $1000. Inquire at Courier-Herald
- The besl coffee in the city at the
Elite confectionery store, opposite the
Courier-Herald office, served with
whipped cream J many years experience
in making coffee. There is no doubt of
the quality of this coffee. This place is
under new management.
Oregon City Wins in Trolley line
At the adjourned term of the circuit
court held Saturday, Judge McBride
down a decision to the effect that the
ordinance passed by the council grant
ing F. 8. Morris a franchise to run
passenger and freight cars on Main
street in Oregon City for a period of 50
yearv The Portland City & Oregon
Kailway (jompaay persisted In running
more than one freight car through the
city at one time, the authorities con
tending that the ordinance was illegal,
inasmuch as it had been passed at an
adjourned meeting of the same council
at which it was first read. George Ad
ms, a motorman in the employ of the
trolley company, was arrested and
found guilty of violating the old ordi
nance by Recorder Curry. Sentence
was suspended pending a decision on
the legality of the new ordinance. Rc
order Curry pronounced tne ordinance
invalid, and it came up before Judge
McBride on a writ of review. The at
torneys for the trolley company have
announced their intention of appealing
from the decision of Judge McBride to
the supfeme court.
The Court announced that the con'
damnation proceedings brought by the
Oregon Uity s Southern Railway Com
pany against the Southern Pacific for
crossings in Canemah, had been com
promised oetween the two companies
under certain restrictions, the trolley
company to pay all incurred costs.
A decision on some equity matters
between the city and trolley line, were
In the matter of the estate of George
A Hamilton and E. C. Hamilton, in
solvent debtors, the confirmation of the
sale of real estate was ordered, on mo
tion O. H. Dye.
In the divorce suit of Jessie A. B. vs
Din B. Fargo, an order of publication
of summon, was made.
In the suit of Alkerzaine Stricklin'vs
Laura Githens, et al, a certain deed was
A decree of divorce was granted in
the suit of Theresa vh Peter Grapen-
gettttr, auu me plaint u whh given au
thority to resume her maiden lianie,
In the suit of Alkerzane SaicUin vs
John Fay, etal, the plaintiff was given
20 days to file an amended complaint.
COUNTY TREASURERS NOTICE
I now have money on hand, to
1 to ps
r to D(
county warrants endorsed prior
cember 15th, 1898.
Interest will cease on the warrants
embraced in this cull on the date theie
Oregon City, Feb. 21, 1902.
"My hair now measures just 4 feet 6
inches in length. What Ayer's Hair
Vigor has done for me I certainly be
lieve it will do for others. I cheerfully
recommend it to all who wish abundant,
beautiful, and long hair." Amelia Pet
tegrew, Olerich, South Dakota.
Something That Will Do You Good.
WTe know of no way in w hich we can
be of more service to our readers than
to tell them of something that will be of
real good to them. Fortius reason wi
want to acquaint them with what they
consider one of the very beet remedies
on the market for coughs, coldfl. and that
alarming complaint, croup. We refer to
Chamberlain's Cyugti Remedy. We
have used it with t-uth good results in
our family so long that it has become a
household necessity. By its prompt use
we haven't any doubt but tiiat it has
time and again prevented croup. The
testimony is given upon our own experi
ence, and we suggest that our readers,
especially those who have small child
ren, always keep it in their homes ae a
fireguard against croup.Camdon(S. C.)
Messenger. For sale by G. A. Harding.
Several Interesting Functions Dur
ing the Week.
CHAUTAUQUA VALENTINE PARTY.
A very enjoyable valentine party was
given at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
George T. Howard in Gladstone Friday
night by members of Abernethy Chau
tuaqua Circle. The function marked
the close of an intensely interesting lit
erary contest, the losing side furnishing
the elaborate supper and entertainment.
William Hargreavei was captain of the
losing side, and Miss Mary Huerth of
the winning team. The parlors were
tastily decorated with hearts, etc., in
keeping with , the event. Master Lyle
Gault impersonated cupid, and Little
Miss Elvira Howard was valentine.
William Hargreaves gave the addreas of
welcome, and Miss Huerth responded.
The entertaining part of the musical
program, consisted of a duet by Mrs
Parker and Mrs. Gault, vocal solos by
Elvira Howard, Mrs. A. S. Dresser and
George T. Howard ; also recitations by
little Marietta Holmes, Mrs. J. J
Brown, Mrs. George A. Hamilton, Mrs.
W. A. Holmes. Miss Imogen Harding
sung one of her popular soios. At the
Dauquet Professor MciJann was toast
master, and there were responses to ap
propriate toasts by Mrs. H. 0. Salis
bury and George T. Howard.
WORKMEN ENTERTAINMENT AND SUPPER.
Last Friday evening the members of
Falls City Lodge, A. O. U. W., gave
the members of Mytlle Degree Lodge
a surprise supper and entertainment
They knocked for admittance when
"Goon of the Order" was reached, and
were accorded the freedom of the lodge
room. Master Workman William God
frey presided during the program.
Judge T. A. McBride made the address
of the evening, and short speeches were
made by (iordon JS. Hayes, U. Schue
bel and T. B. HankinB. There were
solos by E. R. Williams and Sam
Roake. Miss Margaret Williams was
accompanist. Mr. Springer also played
several selection a on the guitar. An
excellent supper was served, and danc
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS ANNIVERSARY RE
Cataract Lodge, Knights of Pythias,
gave a reception entertainment to its
members and a number of invited
friends at the Woodmen ball Wednes
day evening. The affair was in com
memoration of the 38th anniversary of
the order. Some of the best people in
the city were present. W. B. Zumwalt
wai master of ceremonies. Features of
the evening were an elaborate banquet,
dancing, begun with an excellent pro
gram of entertainment, consisting of
selections by Turkey's orchestra, song,
by male quartette ; address by Mayor
Dimick, solos by Mrs. E. H. Cooper,
George T. Howard and Master Bert
Boy lan; recitations by Misses Bessie
Grant, Leva Wibon, Lou Albee and
Master Charles Robison. There alio
was an instrumental duet by Misses
Gertrude Fairclough and Miss Louva
REBEKAH VALENTINB PARTY.
Willamette Rebekah Degree Lodge
Lodge gave a very gratifying valentine
party at their hall last friday evening.
Valentines were distributed, and among
the numbers on the program were solos
by Mrs. 8. Hicklin, Mrs. Cooper, Glen
Hankins, and recitations by Mrs. Rolla
and Charles Robison. "Lunch was
The Christian Endeavor Society of the
Congregational church, gave a delmht
ful social in the church parlors Tuesday
Alfred Weed and Miss Jessie B.
Young were married at the home of
County Clerk Cooper at 6 a. m. TueS'
day morning. Rev, A, J. Montgomery
was the officiating clergyman. Imme
diately after the wedding breakfast,
Mr and Mrs. Weed left for Pendleton,
where they will make their future home
Both are popular young people, and
have hosts of frieads.
A marriage license was granted to
Lela Gray and A. E. McKihben on
Mrs. William I. Rowan.
Mas Bertha Isabel Rowan, daughter
of Mr and Mrs. Vvilliain .Davis, was
born in Marion county, Oregon, June
15th, 1877, and diad at the age of 21
years and f-ix monttis, in ner Home in
Oregon Citv, Feb. 12th, 1902. The fu
tieral services were conduced from the
liiiptist church of this city, the Rev. Jo
penh I). Heaven otliciating. Interment
wiib at the city cemetery Friday after
Mi r. Rowan was marriad a littla over
four years ago to Mr. William I. Rowan
o( the Oregon City Iron Works. Their
life together has nas been one or con
stant devotion and love. Mrs. Rowan
united with the Highland Prairie Bap
tist church in 18ns, and placed her mem
tiership in' the Oregon City Baptist
church on the removal of the family to
this city. From her childhood she has
been more or less a sufferer. Her dis
ease getting firmer hold upon her with
her added years, so that death did not
come to her without warning. But He
found her prepared to go. Sweet as life
would have been she had a thought of
and sympathy for her loved ones, and
her expressions of unwillingness to die
were coupled with the grief they would
feel at the separation. She passed
quietly from this earth to that home in
Heaven where the palm of victory and
I the crown of conauest is bestowed. The
first to break the ties binding the home
her death will be sorely felt by those
who have been so intimately related it
that home life, but no leas severely is
her loss felt hy her huebaid whom she
ea ve8 so lonely, alone.
For Sale Ten acres in Mount Pleas
ant, miles from the court house; S'A
acres in cultivation; C00 bearing fruit
trees: two wells; good house, near
school. Terms easy. Inquire at Coua-ijsr-H
While the Short Hand
of the clock travels twice around the
dial I'erry Davis' Painkiller will cure a
cold; will ease the tightness across the
client and hence will banish the fear of
pneumonia. "JuHt a little cold" does
not become a misery that clings until
roses bloom if you havo recourse to this
never-failing help. There is but one
Painkiller, Perry Davis.'
At the Lowest of Low Prices. Come and See
Then You Will Know
GOLDEN RULE BAZAAR
2te Pacific Monthly.
The opening numbers of the Pacific
Monthly for 1902 are fully up to the
premise of its publishers. The number
for February was on the "Great Caves
of Oregon," was prepared by Mr.
George M. Weister. Two articles fol
lowing, each with illustrations, are "Old
Chief oeltice by J. Mayne Baltimore,
and a charming poena "Meditation" by
Mrs. Lischen Miller. "At the Confes
sinal" a atory written by the new asso
ciate editor Mr. W. F. G.Thacher. "The
Native Women ef Alaska, by Mrs Mil
ler, and "The Bkylark in Oregon," a
poem by Mr. Andrew tianzen, com
pletes the contents of the contributors'
department. Following these are the
departments, all carefully edited, and
brimful of interest; "Our Point of
View j'"The Home," "Men and Wo
men ;" "Questions of the Dav;""Our
Native Sons;" "The Month;" and
The announcement that the March
number of this periodical, now round
ing out its seventh volume, will be de
yoted chiefly to the scenery of the Co
lumbia river ; will be printed on a super
fine aualitv of heavy enamel book pa-
per, and will contain over 100 illustra
tions, half tones of the highest possible
grade, also that the cover design will be
of an uniaue and striking character re
produced in three colors, and most Im
portant of all, that Capiain Cleveland
Rockwell will contribute the principal,
exhaustive article on the "Great Colum
bia Riyer Basin," and that this will be
followed by articles by Mrs. Eva Emery
Dye and othe prominent writers, affords
full warrant for a very widespread in
terest. It is now assured that the edi
tion will be the finest number of any
magazine issued on the Pacific coast. In
this connection, we are Informed that
the grand exploitation of the Columbia
river scenery is but the beginning of
work along similar, related lines cover
ing Pacific coast industries, educational
Institutions, and all other matters re
latimz to oresent conditions and needed
and expected development. In the
number for April will appear an article
on "Our Coasi Line" by Joseph H. Wil
son, Esq., of Los Angeles, Cat., also in
teresting illustrated sketches by Fred
Lockley and others.
For Over Sixty years
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for over sixty years by millions
of uiothers for their children while
teething, with perfect success. It
soothes the child, softens tlte gums,
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and is
the best remedy for Diarrhoea. Is
pleasant to the taste, Sold by Druggists
in every part of the World. Twenty
five cents a bottle. Its value is incalcu
lable. Besure and aBk for Mrs. Wins-
low's Soothing Syrup, and take no other
Foley's Honey and Tar cures the cough
caused by attack 01 la grippe, it neais
the lungs. Charman & Co.
For ONLY A
out my stock of
Boy's and Men's Clothing
I have decided to
sell the entire lot
To make joom'for new goods'wM also make a
Reduction of 10 per Cent
on Dry Goodsr Boots and Shoes Etc.
General Merchandise Store
SEVENTH AND CENTER 575.
TO BE ROUTED OUT
SPRING STOCK BE
GINS TO ARRIVE
In the Shape of
Big Cash Store
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Hava Always Bougtt
"I have used Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy for a number of years and have
no hesitancy in saying that it is the best
remedy for coughs, colds and croup, I
have ever used in my family. I have not
words to express my confidence in this
remedy. Mrs. J. A. Moore, North Star,
Mich. For pale by G. A, Harding.
Eight hour laws are ignored by those
ti relets little workers Dr. King's New
Life Pills. Millions are always at work,
night and day, curing Indigestion, Bil
iousness, Constipation, Sick Headache
and all Stomach, Liver and Bowel
troubles. Easy, pleasant, safe, sure.
Only 25c at George A. Harding's drug
turn Know What You Are Taking
When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill
Tonic because the formula is plainly
printed on every bottle showing that it
is simply Iron and Quinine in a tasteless
form. No Cure, No pay. 50c.
The most reliable preparation for k
ney troubles on the market is Fo
Kidney Cure. Charman & Co.
Mothers can safely give Foley's Honey
and Tar to their children for coughs and
colds, for it contains no opiates or other
poisons. Charman & Co.
Winter coughs are apt to result in con
sumption if neglected. They can be
soon broken tip by using Foley's Honey
arid Tar. Charman & Co.
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United States cream separator of theT.
S. Townsend Creamery Company at 44
Second Street, Portland. They give
easy terms, and will take cream in ex
change. A Night Alarm.
Worse than an alarm of flieat night
is the brassy cough of croup, which
sounds like tho children's death knell
and it means death unlc-fl something is
done quickly. Foley's Honey and Tar
never fails to give inshint relief and
quickly cures the worst forms of croup.
Mrs. P. L. Cordior, of Manuington, Ky.,
writes 1 "Mv three year old girl hada
severe case of croup; the doctor said she
could not" live. I got a bottle of Foloy's
Honey and Tar, tho flret dose gnve quick
relief and saved her life" Refuse sub