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OREGON CITY COURIER-HERALD, FRIDAY, MARCH 21r.1002.
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ALL rAI IcnNo KtUUUtU I U I Uc
Handsome stripes and checks,
3, 4 and 5 inches wide, re
duced to 5c, ioc, 15c and 25c
yard. Come quick for choice.
Our reputation for good table
linens has never been ques
tioned. Those who purchase
table linens, blankets, quilts
or curtains of us are well
aware of the home-like atmos
phere of protection in price
and quality of goods that
New line of percales and ginghams
for Spring, ages 4 to 14 ; prices 45c
Up to $1.50;
HERE ARE PRICES
600 yards India Linons, 5c yard.
Another case of lace curtains, 1
yards long, natty patterns, 40c pr.
100 pieces Nos 5 and 7 fancy hair
ribbons; special to cloBe, 3c. yard.
AS A REMINDER
Clearance sale prices still hold good
on blankets, comforters and cur
tains. In the basement.
NEW WASH MATERIALS
Dainty ginghams, lawns, tissues,
colored India linons and organdies.
NEW SHIRT WAISTS
Correct in style, fit, finish and rea
sonable in price.
McAllen & McDonnell
EXCLUSIVE DRY GOODS
THIRD and MORRISON - '
F. Hahn, of New Era, was in the city
Louis Wallace, of Olarkes, was In the
Fred Stultke, of Damascus, was in the
John S. Birdsall, of Borings, was in
the city Sunday. .
Michael Kohl, of Logan, was in Ore
gon City Thursday.
M. F. Freeman, of Highland, was in
the city Tuesday, q
John Rineman, of New Era, was In
the city Saturday..
Fred Jbsi, of Beaver Creek, wai in Or
egon City Saturday. ,
T. A. Oampau, of Needy, was in the
city during the aeek.
Samuel Bacon, of Bullrun, wai in the
city during the week,
Solon Kincer, of Needy, was in Ore
gon City Saturday
J. W. Elliott, a Damascus merchant,
was in town Saturday,
Miss Maud Butler, of Salem, it risk
ing relatives fn the city.
S. M. Strubahr, of Needy, was a visi
tor in the city Tuesdaj .
G. W. Kessreling, of Macksburg, was
was iu the city Tuesday.
George H. Nendel, of Milwaukie, was
in Oregon City Tuesday.
John Kabourck, of Meadowbrook, wai
in Oregon City Saturday.
Albert Moshberger, of Macksburg,
was in the city Thursday.
C. O Boynton, of Milk Greek pre
cinct, was in town Friday.
Grant Sloop, of Boring's precinct, was
in the city during the week.
P. P. Murphy, of Milk Creek precinct,
was in Oregon City Tuesday.
Mrs. Peter Adams has removed from
Canemah to lower Fifth srreet.
Bert Moore is home for a few davs
from the Sound and other points.
. C. F. Vonderahe, of Beaver Creek,
waa a visitor in the city Monday.
P. A. Baker and Edward Gross, of
Stafford, were in the city Friday.
-.William C. Wilson, of Macksburg,
was a visitor in the city Saturday.
John Reuke and August Koellemeir,
of Stafford, were in town Monday.
Mrs. G. W. Jones, of Portland, was
Tiliting friends in the city Saturday.
Nawton McCoy, a well known Port
land lawyer, was in the city Monday.
Miss Grace Tower began work in a
Portland dv partnient store last Monday.
J. W. Covey, a well known resident of
Barlow precinct, was in town Tuosday.
' J. L. Kruse and daughter, of Wilson
ville, were visitors in the city Tuesday.
Frank R. Bradford of Portland, is vis
iting his brother, Georue W. Bradford.
Mark Hattan and Dim Watts, of
Stone, were visitors in the city Saturday.-
Joseph Yoder and daughter, of
Needy, were visitors in the city Mon
day. Mrs. D. 0. Latourette has been visit
ing her son, Kenneth at McMinuville
Matt Ulements, a prominent prune
giower of New bra, wh in Oregon City
George H. Felloes and Eber L. Dodte,
of Can by precinct, were in Oregon City
John K. Dickey, of Killin, was in the
city yesterday . He formerly lived at
Daniel ' McLaren and Ludwig
Tucholke, of Milwaukie, were in the
Frank Foster, who has been at Med
ford for the past three years, returned
E. F. and F. E. Whitten, prominent
fruit growers of Oswego, were in the
G. G. Kruae, James W. Stone and
P. H. Zimmerman, of Oswego, were in
the city Friday.
John Burdette, of Chemawa, has been
vibiiing G. E. Hargreaves and family
during the week.
Father F. 8. Beck, of the New Era
Catholic church, visited Father Hille
Elmer Maville has returned from a
visit of several days at Astoria to his
home in Canemah.
William Guenther and William Scan
Ion, were among the Beaver Creek peo
ple in town Saturday.
,E. H. Burghardt, John Schacht, John
A.Byersand Carl Borges, of Barton,
were in town Thursday.
Boone Johnson, the pioneer ship
knee manufacturer, of Damascus pre
cinct, was in the city Friday.
George Clark,, William Chynoweth
and Ole Emeberg were among the Lo
gan people in town Saturday.
Livy Stipp and J. W. Draper were in
Salem Friday and Saturday, and were
present at the oratorical contest.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Williams, of
Portland, were visiting Mr. and Mrs.
R. D. Wilson, during the week.
Mrs. W. W. Christie and Miss Orr
left Tuesday morning for Southern Ore-
eon, where vt. jnriaue hub luvaicu.
Mrs. J. J. Mulvey and son, of Uorval-
lis, are visiting her sister, Mrs. Charles
Athey and other relatives in the city.
J W. Dowty, the One stock breeder,
of Currinsville, was in the city trlday,
accompanied by hii son, John Dowty.
Malcolm McCown, who is now water
bailiff for the state fish commission at
Portland, was viBiting at home Sunday.
Howard Latourette is reported aB im
proving in a Portland hospital, and is
fairly along in the direction of recovery.
D. W.Thomas, Rev. James S.Rich
ards and John R. Lewis were among
the Beaver Creek people in town Mon
day. J. B. Dimick, of Hubbard, father of
Muvor Dimick. was in the city Sarur-
dav. attending a meeting 01 Meade
Post. . .'
L. W. Robbins. the enterprising
yonne Mclalla merchant, was in the
citv Fridav. He reported business
A . T. Turner, Marcus C. Baker, Henry
Sehatz. F. F. Larsen ana tawara uross,
of Tualatin precinct, were in the city
C. N. Crittenden, a former well known
Oiankamas countv farmer, has em-
harked in the real estate business at
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Wiggins and
.children, of Portland, visited her par-
100,000 Rolls of Wall Pa
per at 5c per double roll at
W. L. Block, The Home-
furnisher, opposite P. O.
ents, Deacon and Mrs. James Wilkin
Miss Daisy McAnultv, who has been
teaching school for several months past
in Union precinct, returned home Thurs
George McBride, who is connected
with the custom house at Astoria, vis
ited his parents, Judge and T. A. Mc
DanTalbert, of Clackamas Statiou,
was in the city Monday, and stated that
a number of new buildings are being
Thomas Cooper, a business man of
Kalama, Wash , was in the city Tues
day, paying taxes on his Clackamas
George H. Gregory, jr., of Molalla,
and S. E. Gregory, of Cams, the two
Clackamas county teasel growers, were
in town Saturday.
R. B. Holeomb, Paul Stutzke, Alfred
Clark, Mervin Hubbard and R. W. Par
ker, of Clackamas precinct, were in Or
egon City Friday .
Hon. Thomas Buckman, a former res
ident of CiaekamaH county, has been
nominated by the Coos county social
ists for representative.
M. S. Shrock, formerly principal of
the Canemah ichooi, visited Mr. and
Mrs. Shirley Buck Tuesday. He is now
arming near Hubbard.
George Wilkinson has arrived from
Oregon City, Ore., and will spend a few
weeks with relatives in this community.
Lodi, (Jalif., Sentinel.
Mrs. Graham, wife of Captain Newt.
Giaham, of the steamer Leona, has
been in town several davs. the uuest of
Corvallis friends. Times.
Alfred Swales, of Logan, and William
Byers, of Stons. were in the city Friday.
Mr. Swales took out a large plat form
scale to be used in his granary.
Br. J. W. Norris, of Oregon City, who
has been visiting his son, Rae, who is
attending the University of Oregon, re
turned home today. Eugene Guard.
Ernest J. Wolf, Christ Moehnke, Fred
Moehnke, William Dunne, David Har
ris Ben" G. Faust, voters of Beaver
Oreek precinct, were in the city Friday.
Frank F. Seely, W. P Baker, Ste
pken B. Seely, J. W. Graham, Mark
Seelv and Louis Haselhrink, of Pleas
ant Hill precinct, were in town Thurs
day. . D. S. Pierson and family, also his
brother, have arrived from Missouri,
and are at present located at Mulino.
The Piersons are nephews of J.J. Mal-latt.
Mrs. Emma Davidson was on the
street Tuesday, the first time, for nearly
two months. She is recovering from a
J. Martin has accepted a position
witn the Northern Pacific Milling Oom
pany in Portland, but will still con
tinue to reside in West Oregon City.
His son, William Martin, who was for
merly employed at the electric station,
resigned, and recently accepted a posi
tion at the Northern Pacific mills.
Dr. M.O. Strickland was a guest at
the Unitarian banquet, in Portland
Thursday night. The principal speak
ers were Dr. Frank Strong, president of
the University of. Oregon, and Rabbi
Stephen 8. Wise. ' The . latter de
nounced the Mitchell-Kahn exclusion
bill as "monstrous and inhuman."
Judge Ryan, W.H.Howell, H. W.
Trcmbath, Charles E. Midlam, W. Mid
lam, Emery J. Noble, W. A. Hedges,
Frank Welsh, John B. Fairclough, 3.L.
Waldron, E. H. Cooper, E. A. Leighton,
of Oregon City, and J. A. Tal
bert and E. P. Dedman of Clack
amas, were among the members of
the delegation that accompanied Noble
Grand W. M. Shank to the Canby Odd
Fellows lodge last Friday night. Ten
enndidates were initiated, and a ban
quet waB served at the City Hotel.
' atisfy all classes of rid
ers because thev are
light, strong, handsome,
durable and easy running.
You connot afford to buy a wheel
with a repair shop record or one that is
not known, when you have such a
complete line as the Rambler to select
from and the prices are within your
$40, $50, $60,
We have taken care of our Riders in the past and are
here to take care of them in the future.
Call and let us show you the many different models
urmeister & Andresen,
OREGON CITY JEWELERS
severe attack of ma'aria and typhoid
Ole Olson Rye, Peter Anderson and
Andrew Anderson, of Killin precinct,
were in Oregon City Friday, and regis
tered after taking out their natuializv
Robert Kaylor, of Molalla, was in
town Tuesday after a load of goods for
Robbins' store. His brother, E. Wi
Kaylor Is now in the saddlery and har
ness business at Prineville.
Charles McGetchieand Joe Beaulieau,
two well known Oregon Uity young
men, left Monday lor Seattle, where
they may locate They ware recently
employed in the, flouring mills.
John W. Gerber, who recently re
moved from Maple Lane to Colton, hav
ing purchased at farm at the latter
place, was in the city Monday. He is
well pleased with his new home.
Mrs. Clarence A. Purdoin stopped
here Tuesday morning to visit with rel
atives and friends. She is on her way
to Oakland, Calif., where Mr. Purdom is
now located. Grant's Pass Courier.
Mrs. Susannah Price, of Farm'ington,
Wa-ih., who wa9 visiting her brother,
Jap 81over, has gone to staylon, to visit
her sister, Rev. Mrs. Weddull. She is
expected to return here next Saturday.
Jennie Rae Noble, of Corvallis, has
been granted a state teachers certificate.
Corvallis Times. Miss Noble is a res-
lueni 01 uregon uity, ami is uow a
teacher In the Corvallis public schools.
B F. Weddle, of Stafford, was in the
city Monday, and stated that considera-
ble work was being done on tho road
between Willamette Falls and that
place, whenever the weather was favor
able. W. W. Russell and J. M. Windham,
and their families, comprising eight per
persons in the party, arrived last Friday
night, and will make their home in Or
egon City. They came from Colorado
H. P. and H. M. Eastham and Mon
roe Irish, of New Era precinct, were in
the city Tuesday. The former recently
retired from his ; osition as a locomo
tive engineer on the O. R. A N. Rail
road, and is now living on his farm.
Hugh Mimms, a former Oregon City
resident, arrived from Chicago Eriday
night, and joined Mrs. Mimms, who
preceded him a few months ago, They
have purchased a home on the hill, and
will make their home in Oregon City.
JobnW. Rowland, of the surveyor
general's office, and wife; H. W. Row
land, of the American Type Founders
Company, and T. D. Rowland, of the
Guarantee Title A Trust Company, all
of Portland, were visiting relatives in
Oregon City Sunday.
Mat Smith, for several years an at
tache of the Bandon woolen mills, sev
ered bis connection with that institu
tion, and on Friday passed through
town with his family en route for Ore
gon City, where he will make his future
home. Coquille Herald.
Mrs. C. W. Martyn was at the depot
Sunday, visiting Mrs. J. O. Labor, who
was returning to San Francisco from a
vinit to her former home at Oregon City.
Ashland Record. Mrs. Martyn is a
daughter of A. Howell at Canemah,
aod was visiting here last summer.
Fred Simmons and wife. of. Oregon
City, made a visit to the former's rela
tives of a few days duration.. Mrs. A.
VV. Cheney and Mrs. C. A Nudd, the
former of Oregon City, the latter of Cen
tralis, W-rh., v.ete visiting itUtives
here Tuesday. McKee personals in
1 LOCAL NEWS ITEMS I
Assessor Eli Williams states that he
will have no field deputies this year, ex
cept one for Oregon City.
Hugh Mimms has purchased the resi
dence property of W. H. Godfrey on the
hill, and the latter will erect two dwell
ings on adjoining lots.
A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Harley L. Hall at Buena Vista a few
days ago. Until recently, the Halls
were residents of Oregon City, ,
G E. Hai greaves states that the Mc
Minnville Oregon Fire A Relief Associa
tion are taking up the policies and pay
ing the risks of the defunct Portland
It is reported that I. L. Clark has sold
big faim, near Clarkes, to a new arrival
from Wisconsin. There is 12-acre
hop yard and a 30-acre prune orchard
on the place. , , .
A jar of teasels in the show window of
the Oregon permanent exhibit on Wash
ington street, Portland, has the follow
ing label : "Raised by G. B. Dimick, of
Postmaster O. Wissinger, of Milwau
kie, has moved into his new store, across
the street from the former location . The
upper Btory is occupied by Ash Camp,
Woodmen of the World. " . ,
Johnson A Lamb, the bicycle repair
ers and gunsmiths, have moved back to
their former location in the Bladen
building, and are occupying the room
recently vacated by the W isconsin Jew
elers. ; , . ..,
Uncle Billy Wright, the horseradish
man, was doing town last week. He
was recently locked up in Oregon City
lor five days with smallpox in a light
form. In speaking of it he said: '"Oh,
gosh I they have it everywhere; it's all
up and down this country," McMinn
Gilbert L. Hedges was one bf the
judgPB at the intercollegiate contest held
at Salem Friday night, and Erastus A.
Smith represented McMinnville college
as one of the contestants. The first
place was awarded to William G Hale,
of Pacific university. Smith tied for
fourth I'liice with Wilkins, of Willam
Lawrence Mack, of Ely, is one of the
contestants in a local contest at the
college chapel in Corvallis. His topic is
"What is tiie Cause." The contest is
under directions of the state prohibition
league, and the rules are the same that
govern the usual college contest.' The
winner is to appear in a state contest to
he held at Newberg April 11th, and the
winner there goes East to represent the
state in a national contest.
According to the Woodburn Independ
ent, steps were taken at a meeting held
in this city Tuesday toward Woodburn
entering the amateur baseball league,
in which will also be represented II ills
boro, Oregon City, Vancouver and Port
land. At this meeting the following of
ficer of the Woodburn Baseball Club
were elected : Manager, 8. I. Guiss:
captain, E. W. Lavier; secretary and
trersurer, W. M.Meehan.
William J. Wilson is the new assist
ant chief engineer of the Oregon City
fire department. At the firemen's elec
tion held on the first Monday in March
Wiison and L. Ruconich, the two con
testing candidates, each received 46
votes. As there was a vacancy in the
oili.'o of a8ibUnt chibf engineer by rea
son of that officer having been elected
to the office of chief, nine members of
the l oard of fire commissioners met
Monday night and proceeded to elect,
Wilson receiving five out of the nine
Farmers living along Johnson creek
in the vicinity of Mount Scott are anx
ious that the obstruction at Milwaukie,
in the form ol a dam, be removed so
that fish may go up the stream as in
early days. Years ago Johnson creek
was an excellent fishing stream, but
owing to obstructions placed near its
mouth, it became emptied of fish. Only
1 ccasionally can fish be caught In the
deep pools. It is thought by clearing
away the obstructions, wherever they
may be, it may be restored as a fishing
Milk Creek is only entitled to two del
egates at the republican county conven
tion, which convenes in Oregon City
next Wednesday, but there is just as
big a contest, as if there were a dozen.
There are at least three factional tickets
in the field according to the statement
of a resident from that section. C. T.
Howard and J. F. Nelson represent one
element in the contest, and John Den
ieon and R. H. Snodgrass another. Rob
ert Schuebel, also is industriously push
ing his candidacy to be a delegate to the
republican county convention.
Coming Local 1'jvenfa.
Republican primaries, Saturday,
Republican counry convention, Wed
nesday, March 20th.
Demncrasic primaries, Thursday,
Democratic county convention, Mon
day, April 7th.
Citizens primaries, Saturday, April
Citizens county convention,.Tuesday,
Circuit court convenes on the third
Monday in April.
For Sale Thoroughbred Jeisey bull
Apply to J. M. Tracy, Loean.
Hot soda at the Kozy Kandy Kitchen.
A few watches for sale cheap a
Younger's. Watches cleaned, $1.
Lumber Leave orders at this offic
for first-class lumber of al) kinds, or ad
dress W. F. Harris. Beaver Creek.
- Drs. R. B. and A. L. Beatie, dentists,
The Weekly Oregonian gives all tb
national news and the Courier-Ileralr
gives all local and county news. Both
one year for Two Dollars.
Key fitting, lock work and saw filing
at Johnson A Lamb's bicycle shop, op
posite Electric hotel. Satis-f action gua
.When you visit Portland don't fail to
get your meals at the Royal Restaurant,
First and Madison. They serve an ex
cellent meal at a moderate price ; a good
square meal, lac.
500 tracts of land for sale. Inquire ol
O. A. Cheney, Oregon City, Or.
For Sale Soma very fine improved
Berkshire hoars and sows. Cull or write
me for particulars. Correspondence so
licited. H. L. Skirvin, Marquam, Or.
In anticipation of prospective immi
grants from the Eapt the undersigned
would be pleased to liht a few good bar
gains in farms . O H. Dye.
Wanted To increase my list of f;irms
and lands for sale, in all parts of the
county. Lands owned by non-residents
represented and sold. ti. Ji. Uross, At
torney at Law .
You will make no mistake in buying
United States cream separator of theT.
S. Town8end Creamery Company at 44
Second Street, Portland. They give
easy terms, and will take cream in ex
2HE DEPOT HOTEL is for rent or for
Bale or i xchange for real estate. In
quire of E. E. G. Seol.
Quality, Btyle and price combined
make our hats the most desirable. Miss
Full-blood White Wyandottes for sale
by Mrs. George Hoeye, corner 11th and
Don't forget Opening days Monday,
Tuesday and Wednesday, March 24, 25,
and 36, 1902. Miss Goldsmith.
Farm for sale Six miles from Oregon
City; 30 acres cleared, 9 acres orchard,
balance brush and t'mber; 27000 cords
'bt wood, wh!ch will sell for more than
the price of the place. House and barn.
Terms to Buit. C. O. T. Williams, room
9, Barclay building, Oregon City, Ore.
Ready trimmed and ready to wear
hats are special featuies with us. Miss
11300 House and lot on Washington
St., below the hill. A very desirablo 5-
room cottage with vestimue, pautiy ana
bath; one-half cash, balance 6 per cent.
O. H. Dye,
! For Sale,
$450 Four lotB with four-rcom house
and basement; good barn, on West
Side. Inquire of C. II. Dye.
Don't pass ns by call in and (tet our
prices. Red Front Trading Company.
Popular goods and popular prices. Miss
Miss Goldsmith inviteB the ladies to
call and inspect her imported pattern
hats Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
March 24, 25 and 2(1, 190P.
Good corner store for rent on Seventh
Street. Good location. Apply to G.
t600 Cottage and lot on Jefferson St.,
one-third cash, balance installments, $15
per month, interest 0 per cent. (J. 11.
How's this ! A five-room hnun and
two lota at head of Seventh street for
$550; cost over $1000. Inquire at Cour
Individuals' Money to Loin at 0 per
cent and 7 per cent. Call 011 or write,
John W. Lonuit, Attorney at Law,
Stevens Bl'd'g. Oregon (Jity, Uieg
$1000 E'ght acres insidecity limits,
running water; desirable for Ikhiim and
chicken ranch. Terms to suit. C. 11.
Kozy Kandy Kitchen, tip to date on
home-made candle's and cigars.
P. C&O.Ru. Co.
25c is the regular
round trip rate between
City and Portland. Get your tickets at
Harding's drug store."
Papers of Pneumonia.
A cold hi ' his time neglected is liable to
cause pneumonia which is so often fatal,
and even when the patient has recovered
the lungs are weakened, making them
peculiarly susceptible to the develop
ent of sonsuraption. Foley's Honey
and Tar will stop the cough, heal ana
strengthen the lungs and prevent pneu
monia. Charman & Co.
Makes the bread
Safeguards the food
Alum baking powders are the greatu
menacers to health of the present d.ry.
asonV" she deniunded
their (Ilj.Tt'.ve n