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OREGON CITY COURIER-HERALD, FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 1902.
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ALL rAI I tnNo 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 linen?, 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
500 yards India Linoos, 5c yard.
Another cape of lace curtains, 2
yards long, natty patterns, 40c pr.
100 pieces Nos 5 and 7 fancy hair
ribbons; special to close, 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 organdieB.
NEW SHIRT WAISTS
Correct in style, fit, finish and rea
sonable in price.
McAllen & McDonnell
EXCLUSIVE DRY GOODS IMPORTERS
THIRD and MORRISON - . . PORTLAND, OREGON X
J. P. Buffe, of Silverton, was in the
P. L. Scamel, of Molalla, was in tlf
city Monda y.
James 8. Gray, of Oswego, was in
Bert Seely, of Wilsonville, wai In the
' E. W. Hornicbuch, of Carus, was in
Albert Olosner, of Viola, was in Ore
gon City Friday.
Fred Brakeb'isch, of Damascus, was
in town Tuesday. , '"
W. Riley Garrett, of Cotton, was in
Oregon City Monday.
Jasper Trullinger, of Meadow brook,
was in the city Tuesday.
J. W. Smith, a Mackiburg merchant,
was in the city Monday.
Henry Bright, of Borings, was a visi
tor in the city Monday.
H. J. Zeigler, of the Molalla country,
was in the city Monday.
J. K. Graham, formerly of Carus, was
up from Portland Monday. ' '
Miss Mary Case will appear in recital
at Salem this Friday night.
Ed 0. Rothe, of MilMaukie, was a
visitor in the city Saturday.
Mrs. Nettie Jarred, of Cottage Grove,
is visiting friends in the city.
Fred Brace, of Clackamas precinct,
was in Oregon City Saturday.
Miss Itemoh Holland, of Salem, was
visitfng friends here this week.
Road Supervisor W. H. Engle, of Mo
lalla, was in the ci ty Monday.
Fred R. Charman, of Portland, was a
visitor in Oregon City Sunday.
John S. Birdsall, of Borings precinct,
was in the city, during the week.
Harry Williams has resigned his po
sition as manager of the poBtofflce Btore.
J. J. Bargfeld, a prominent citizen of
Redland, was in Oregon City Monday.
Asa R. Hawkins, of Garfield, was a
visitor in Oregon City, during the week.
H, Hirschberg, an Independence
banker, was in Oregon City Saturday.
AWis Russell and Andrew Johnson,
of Molalla precinct, were in town Tues
day. Elwood Clark is home from Oregon
Oity for a few days visit. Corvallis Ga
zette. Mrs. G. W. Shank, of Canby, was
visiting her son, Weldon M. Shank
Walter Lyons, private secretary of
Goyernor Geer, was a visitor in the city
C. Krigbaum, of Garfield, and Ed
Snter, of Eagle Creek, were in the city
M. J. Snyder, of Salem, was visiting
his home here for several days during
A. E. Thomas, of 8cott's Mills, was
in the city for a couple of days during
A. H. Olmstead, manager, of the Lo
gan cbeese factory, was in Oregon City
David Roberts nnd Chris Hornschuch,
of Beaver Creek, were in Oregon City
John Bany, a prominent hop grower,
of Canby precinct, was in Oregon City
Mies Veva Tull, of Barlow, who was
vieitinii relatives here, returned h me
J. T. Winches, who is teaching school
at Canby, was a Salem visitor yester
day Statesman. ;
Mrs. Lulah Toedtemeier and son and
daughter, of Stafford, were visitors in
the citv Saturday.
Herman Leisman, John T. Hodge and
Walter Sharp, of Tualatin preeinct, were
in the city Saturday.
Mrs. O. L. Stuart went to Oregon City
on a visit to relatives yesterday. Mon
day's Salem Statesman.
William Fine, a warden at the state
penitentiary, was visiting bis family at
Caneinah during the week.
County Judge and Mrs. T. F. Ryan
nttended the funeral of the late Charles
Owings at Hubbard Sunday.
D. II. Boen, who is now a resident of
Springwater, was in Oregon Oity for
several days, during the week.
B. F. Ramp, of Roseburg, the social
ist nominee for congress in the first dis
trict, was a caller at this of lie.
Mrs Frank Fosburg, of Bolton, has
been having her son, Rolla's eyes
treated by a Portland oceulist.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rauch and Miss
Clara Rauch, of Oregon City, was visit
ing friends in the city Saturday.
James Dickey,, of Molalla, has been
visiting Lis sister, Mrs. Max Kamsby,
for several days during the week.
Henry Thomaa and L. O. Nightin
gale, of Wilhoit, were in the city during
the republican county convention.
C. H. Foster has written to change
the address of his paper from Santa,
Idaho, to Tyson in the same state.
Miss El zabeth Downing, teacher of
Stafford school in district No. 41, was a
visitor in Oregon City Wednetday.
W. P. George, of Salem, a member of
the firm of George Bros., visited his
brother, Jesse George here Monday.
Miis Effie Lafferty, who was visiting
Miss Minnie Boyles for several days, re
turned tj her home at Needy Monday.
A. R. Doolittle, formerly of this city,
has been lected a director of the Me
lt ee school district in Marion county.
Clyde Phillips, who now lives near
Sellwood, was in town Monday. He
had just recovered from a severe illness.
Ex-County Treasurer M. L'. Moore,
now a resident of Roseburg,' was visit
ing friends in the city during the weelt.
Charles A. Fitch, editor of the Lewis
County Advocate at Chehalis, Wash.,
was in Oregon City Saturday and .Sun
day. James Thorne, formerly of Oregon
City, is in Tillamook county, securing
data for a set of his system of abstract
Mrs. Ann Olson, of Marquam, who
was visiting her son, Neal Olson, left
Tuesday morning to visit a daughter at
Mrs. F. E. DeParcq and child, of Sa
lem, who was visiting her parent?, Cap
tain and Mrs. T. F. Cowing, returned
Misslia Harrington, of Highland, a
well known Clackamas county school
teacher, was visiting relatives in the
city duiing the week.
100,000 Rolls of Wall Pa
per at 5c per double roll at
W L Block, The Home
furnisher, opposite P O
'atisfy all classeof rid
ers because they 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 hive 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
Burmeister & Andresen,
OREGON CITY JEWELERS
H. L. Patterson, a warden at the
state penitentiary, was looking after his
property interests here for a couple of
days during the week.
Mrs. Mary Kedlack, who was visiting
her cousins, Max Ramsby and Mrs. Nel
son, started on her return trip to Indi
ana Saurday morning.
Howard Eccles, the well known
school teacher, was in the city a few
days ago. He now has charge of the
Mundorf school, near Canby,
Mrs. H. II. Chace, formerly of this
city, is now a furnishing goods store at
Dallas. Mr. Chace has recently re
turned from a trip to California.
MisB Edith Cheney has returned from
Portland, after biking an extended
course in art studies. She took a spec
ial course in retouching photographs.
Mrs. Clara Stewart, of Stone, went to
Brownsville Saturday lo take charge of
a millinery store. She was aceompan
ied to town by her father, J. L. Stewart.
Fred MeCauBland is now night fore
man of the weaving department in the
woolen mill. Chauncey Ramsby, also
has au important night position in the
C. Zweifel, of Needy, wai in the city
during the week. He was one of the
very interested directors at the school
officers meetine held in this city a few
A. B. Rintoul, superintendent of the
new woolen mill, left this afternoon for
Salem and Albany to lay in supplies for
beginning operations at the mill. Eu
William Hoffman went to Oregon
City Monday, where he secured work
in the paper mills. He with his wife,
will move to that city this week. Day
Mrs E. H. Cooper, Mrs. J. L. Wal
dron and William Beard were among
the Oregon City people, who attended
the meeting of Warner Grange at New
Perley Andrews, of Mount Pleasant,
is hauling in 500 sacks -jf potatoes for
shipment to the Portland market. The
prevailing price there now is $1 bo per
Mrs Gantenbein and family, of Ore
gon City, have recently taken u their
residence at the corner of East Eighth
and East Ankeny streets. Portland
East Side Herald.
Jacob Miley, of Union precinct, was
in town' Saturday, and stated that
workers in the hop fields contended that
the vines wers in better condition than
last year in March.
John Gaffney and Walter A. Mc
Cord are now registered as voters of
Milwaukie precinct. Both are new em
ployes of the Portland City & Oregon
Miss R T. Smith, who is principal of
the school at Oregon City, is visiting
with her parents at Liberty, Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Smith. Salem
Statesman of Saturday.
S. A. D. Hungate. the Molalla sur
veyor, was in Oregon City Friday. He
expects to leave for Malheur county
I about May 1st, to bgin work on an
other government surveying contract.
Miss Birdie White, of Monitor Mills,
: who had been visiting relatives at La
Grande for a month, was the guest of
Miss Lulu Hankins for a couple of days
I during the week. Miss White was on
her way home.
! Miss Lulu Spangler, of Oorvallis, has
'accepted the position of instructor of
instructor of vocal music in the Weston
! normal school for the spring term. She
is a sisler of Mrs. L. L. Porter, and has
many fri.-nds in this citv. ,
j Clark Williams, Trafton Dye, W. B.
I Rhively, jr., and John Knopp were over
from Pacific university during the week,
i it being fie end of tlie winter term va
cation. Emery Dyn went to the Neha
leni with a ymin friend.
J Dr. and Mrs George E. Iloeye, Mrs.
Robert Hughes, Mrs.iOra H. Laws,
l.'harlm Gilmore and J R. Gilmore
, were among ttiose who at
tended the fuaeral of Mrs. Christina
'Gil more at Salem Monday.
Commissioner Case was up at Spring
water in Clackamas county last week,
with a view of purchasing a sawmill.
Negotiations, however, failed, and Mr.
() v:ll pr.)h:Jj!v pifchaw a mill in
Portland fur ue at Pittsburg. St. Hel
i ProfessorS W. Holmes, principal of
the Coivallis echo l, formerly city su
i perintendent of the Oregon City schools,
I delivered a lecture at a teachers' insti-
tute held at Philomath last Saturday.
His topic was "Advisable changes in
! the state course of study."
A. 0. Hollingsworth and wife, of
' Homesville, Neb , arrived Friday and
J were taken to Viola by Mr. Tenny. Mrs.
i HolliDgsworth is a daughter of Mrs.
Tsnuy. They visited here for several
weeks last summer, and have now de
cided to make Oregon their permanent
home. For 14 years Mr. Hollingsworth
was Union Pacific station agent tt
Fred Oppenlander and Lous Clockseim,
of Lansing, Mich., arrived in Otegon
City Saturday evening. They are guests
at the parsonage of Zion's Evangeli
cal Lutheran church on Ninth and Jef
ferson streets. Mr. Oppenlander is a
contractor and builder, and in company
with Mr. Klockseim, expect to locate in
the west. They will locate permanently
when a desirable place is found.
Road Supervisor Fred Wagner, of
Cottrell. who as in the city during the
I week, brought in several deeds to be
recorded. They were the records of
sales of property made to new comers in
; that section daring the pant three
weeks. Mr. Wagner says that real es-
tate has advanced 200 per cent in value
I there during the past two years, and
I settlers are coming in at a lively rate.
' Coming Local luvenis.
Democraaic primaries, Thursday,
I April 3rd.
j Democratic county convention, Mjn-
day, April 7th.
Citizens primaries, Saturday, April
Citizpns county convention, Tuesday,
C ircuit court convenes on the third
Mocday in April.
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Recorder Bruce Curry has purchased
the house and lot belonging to J. M.
Taylor, opposite the Cochran dwelling.
The consideration was $700.
S. F. Scripture has exchanged hit
residence property on the front of the
Kansas City addition hill for the Fred ,
Parmer house, near the Barclay school, j
At present, the house is occupied by Dr.
The March number of the School Bul
letin, issued this week by County Su-,
perintendent J. C. Zinser, is the best ;
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biinb lino yv, appraiuu. lb in uetinuiij
edited, and filled with short, practical
Luke Thorntun, who slipped and fell
while wheeling wood pulp at the paper
mills several weeks ago, sustaining a
fracture of a knee cap, has not materi
ally improved. lie will likely be a crip
ple for life.
The Easter services at the Baptist
church next Sunday will be of especial
interest. There will be a special ser
mon and mutic in the morning, and a
program of recitations, songs and ad
dresses in the evening.
Frank Fosherg, who is a fireman in
the paper mill-., had a narrow escape
Sunday. While near some machinery,
his clothing caught in a shaft, and his
jumper was torn from his body, hut he
did nut even get a scra'ch.
Frank Busch is building two substan
tial cottages on Third street, near his
residence property. They are seven
room strictures, with finished base
ment. It is understood that the build
ings have been rented in ad vane.
The Oregon Oity & Southern Railway
Company are changing their track to
the side of the street in Canemah in con
formity with the recent order of the
county board of commissioners. Work
is also being pushed on tbs Southern
Something over half the voters of
Clackamas county voters now have their
names on the registry books in the
county clerk's office. Registrar Elmer
Dixon states ttiat voters are still being
registered slowly. The expiration date
for registration is May 15th. '
Albert Freyar, of Macksburg. was ar
raigned in justice McAnutty's court
Tuesday on a charge of assaulting the
person ot Ida Smith last June. He was
Pound over in the sum of $500 to ap
pear before the circuit court. Freyar
and Miss smith are cousins.
At the annual school election to be
held in June there will be three direc
tors to elect in the Oregon City district.
Under the provisions of the new law it
is a first-class district, and entitled to a
board of five directors. This will give
some of the disappointed office-seekers
an opportunity for place.
Henry L. Bents, of Buttoville, was In
the city Monday, and reported a sale in
London of a lot of the Durst pool of
hops for 80 shillings, which will net the
growers from 13 to 14 cents per pound.
Woodburn Independent. Several
Clackamas county people are intereted
in the returns from this pool,
The outdoor baseball team has unani
mously chosen Roy W. Kelly captain
for the coming season Mr. Kelly is
from Oregon City and has had consider
able experience as a player. He is now
making arrangenents for practice, which
will begin soon after the April vacation
of the University of Oregon. Eugene
Robert Kellaod, a well known resi
dent of New Era precinct, was the vic
tim of a serious runaway accident, while
driving home from the city last Friday
afternoon. He was thrown out of the
wagon, and sustained a broken arm, a
fractured shoulder and a severe scalp
wound. Drs. Norrii and Powell were
called to attend the unfortunate sufferer.
The teachers' institute to be held at
the East ham school building Saturday,
under the auspices of the Clackamas
County Teachers' Association, prom
ises to be an eventful affair. The ex
cellent program prepared by the com
mittee, consisting of Superintendent
Zinser anil the Misses Fannie G. Por
ter and Katherine 0- McMillan was
printed in this paper list week. The
city teachers will provide luncheon.
According to an article in last Sat
urday's Oregonian the Portland City &
Oregon Railraay has leased five acres at
the foot of East Market street in Port
land for car shops and terminals. It is
generally understood that the car shops
will be removed from Milwaukie, as the
shops are not satisfactorily located for
the business. The Mount Scott sys
tem, which now only extends to Mount
Scott, a distance of six miles, will be ex
tended to the proposed power plant on
the Clackamas river, and likely to
Ex-County Treasurer Linn E. Jones
made a brief visit to the citv a few days
ago, and it is now reported that him
and Chambers Howell, of Oharman's
drug store, will soon open a pharmacy
in liie oiraviun uiuea, aujuiilllig me
fountain engine noute. it also is ru
mored that one of the best known
teachers in the city schools, will not ap
ply for a position for the next schocl
year. Chambers Howell, who has been
in Oharman's drug store for the past 14
years, resigned his place ahent 10 daj
ago, and stated that him and Lint
Jones would open out business as eoo.
as the fixtures for the store are con
Eighteen hundred sacks of whea'
were received at the Portland flourinj
mills in this city Saturday evening. Th
wbtat came from Wheatland and vi
cinity by boat) and may be the last tha
the mills will receive from up-yallej
points nntil after harvest, owing to tb
scarcity of the cereal convenient t
shipping facilities. It does not pay t
ship Eaatern Oregon wheat past tin
Company's mills at Albina, and handli
the flour again, after it is shipped bad
to Portland, notwithstanding the cheap
ness of the water power here. Clarl
Qahong, manager of the local mills, also
fills the place of bookkeeper, since thi
force has been cut down to three men.
John McGetchie is both miller and sales
man, and Arthur Miln, who was fore
man of the brick mill, is now night
watchman of the entire works. Severs1
of the former employes of the mill, havt
secured jobs elsewhere. Charles Mc
Getchie and Joe Beauleau, who went to
Tacoma last week, secured positions tin
next day after their arrival there in tbt
flouring mills at $2 25 per day.
Hot soda at the Kozy Kandy Kitchen.
A few watches for sale cheap a
Younger's. Watches cleaned, $1.
Lumber Leave orders at this offio
for first-class lumber of all kinds, or ad
dress W. F. Harris. Beaver Creek,
Drs. R. B. and A. L. Beatie, dentists,
The Weekly bregonian gives all th
national news and the Courier-Heralc
gives all local and county news. Both
one year for Two Dollars.
Key fitting, lock work and saw filing
at Johnson & Lamb's bicycle shop, op
posite Electric hotel. Satisfaction guai
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, 15c.
500 tracts of land for sale. Inquire of
O. A. Cheney, Oregon City, Or.
For Sale Some very fine improves
Berkshire boars and bows. Call or write
me for particulars. Correspondence so
licited. H. L. Skirvin, Marquam, Or.
' In anticipation of prospective 1 mmi
grants from the East the undersigned
would be pleased to list a few good bar
gains in farms . O H. Dye.
: Wanted To increase my list of farm
and lands for sale, in all parts of the
county. Lands owned by non-residents
represented and sold. H. E. Cross, At
torney at Law .
You will make no mistake in buying a
United States cream separator of th e 3
8. Townsend Creamery Company at 44
Second Street, Portland. They give
easy terms, and will take cream in ex
change. 1HE DEPOT HOTEL is for rent or for
sale or t xchange for real estate. In
quire of E. E. 5. Seol.
Farm for eale Six miles from Oregon
City ; 30 acres cleared, 9 acres orchard,
balance brush and t'mber; 27000 cords
of wood, wlvch will sell for more than
the price of the place. House and barn.
Terms to suit. 0. 0. T. Williams, room
9, Barclay building, Oregon City, Ore.
$1300 House and lot on Washington
St., below the hill. A very desirable 6
room cottage with vestibule, pantry and
bath ; one-half cash, balance 6 per cent.
O. H. Dye
Don't pass us by call in and get oar
prices. Red Front Trading Company. '
$000 Cottage and lot on Jefferson St.,
one-third cash, balance installments, $15
per month, interest 6 per cent. O. II.
Individuals' Money to Loan at 0 per
cent and 7 per cent. Call on or write,
John W. Loder, Attorney at Law,
Stevens Bl'd'g. Oregon City, Oreg
$1000 Eight acres inside city limits,
runningwater; desirable for home and
chicken ranch. Terms to suit. 0. H.
Kansas Black cap raspberry plants,
large rooted, 40c dozen, $3 per 100. In
quire of C. W. Swallow, Maple Lane, or
Kory Kandy Kitchen, np to date on
home-made candies and cigars.
$450 Four lots with four-room house
and basement; good barn, on West
Side. Inquire of C. 11. Dye.
p, c e o. Bit. Co.
25c is the regular Sunday
round trip rate between Oregon
City and Portland. Get your tickets at
Harding's drug store."
Danyen of Pneumonia.
A cold at this time neglected is liable to
cane pneumonia which is so often fatal,
and even i..-n thepati,ent has recovered
the InngH aie weakened, making them
peculiarly susceptible to the develop
entol consumption. Foley's Honey
and Tar will stop the cough, heal and
strengthen the lungs and prevent pneu
monia. Charman & Co.
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