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OREGON CITY, COtJffHEHBMliD, FRIDAY,-APftIL 1902.
We still have a couple of weeks
of our Special Sale. The list contains
many things of every day wants. j
Cream Tartar, Baking Powder,
Spices, Ammonia, Soap, Borax, &c.
We invite everyone to take advantage
of the cut prices You are not obliged
to ask for Special Prices; everyone is
&?ttmcf ttlm Tko ctmiilfoct r4wM rm
b o v uamaiwuv wia.uv wail i
buy as cheaply as the b'ggest man
Send the children and we'll treat them
C b. bakine pow
ders as recom-
mended by, the U. S.
chemest, regu ar 40c.
AC bo of parlor match-
s es, reguar 5c.
It 5 tflG full pint bottle of
w the best beet iron
and wine, regular 75c.
Nothing better for a flesh
builder or tonic.
J? C-7tJP rh Cure, regular
$L00. Ihe new catarrh
cure and tonic'
Hot Water Bottles,
regular 15 cents.
C lb best quality moth
(AC One Pint Witch Ha
Ivf 2el, regular 25c.
I lbs blue stone, $1.00.
QL box borated talcum,
pint household Am
monia, the strong
can, all our spices,
cloves, mustard, ginger,
KC lb. sugar of milk,
Same pure grade we have
always sold. ,
11 ttLC 4 ounce bottle of
4 ounce bottle of
Rose Water, regular 25c.
1 bottle Bay Rum,
m. regular 25c.
I bottle compound
" licorice powder,
H ftLC pint bottle of
A -U. w W
6Ul quart bottle
fl C Gem roll toilet paper,
(fJC Express roll toilet
" paper, regular 10c.
4 "B fihC Fort Orange flat
ular 1 5c.
jC fresh vaccine points
per dozen nutmegs.
I CC regular
I U extract-
C Electro Silican, the
best silver polish.
AC pure vaseline, regular
1 . 5c; 8c, regular 10 c:
pound cans 1 9c, v regular
C pure powered bor
5C lb Hyposulphite soda,
6 lbs 25c, pure cry-
best Litha tablets,
tonic, regular 75c.
7CC Herpicide, regular
4C box wood tooth picks,
C lb cream tartar, a
This is absolutely A
Enos Cahill, of New Era was in town
T.M.Cross, of Molalla, was in the
George Harms, of Mackaburg, was
in the city Tuesday.
G. W. Owings, ot Needy precinct, was
in the citv Monday.
Franz Kraxberger, of Mackaburg, was
in this city Tuesday.
Ax 8. Chickering, of Molalla, was in
the city Wednesday.
Mrs. Ram Rimke was a visitor at Sa
lem earlj in the week.
Jacob Grossmiller, of Beaver Creek,
was in the city Tuesday.
Sam Ourlesby, of Springwater, was in
the city during' tho week.
Dr. C. E. Loomis returned from Eu
gene the first of the week.
Hans Weaver, of Myrtle Creek, was
in the city during the week.
Mrs. Inman. of Springdale, Wash.,
is visiting her dau hter here.
Charles Baiiman, the New Era log
ger, was in the city luesday.
W. G. Morgan, of Pleasant Hill pre
cinct, was in the city Tuesday.
James F. Lindav,. of Tualatin pre
cinct, was in the city Tueaday.
Road Supervisor Riley Hays, of Oss
wego, was in the city Wednesday. ,
Amos Gleason, an Indian war veteran'
of Hubbard, was in the city Monday.
Road Supervisor John Heinz, of
Macksburg, was in the city Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wiley May, of Carus,
were visiting relatives in the city Sun
day. . Mrs. E. L. Johneon and child went 'o
Silverton Monday night to vinit rela
tives. H. E. Crots has been confined to hia
home with illness during a part of the
Justice of the Pnace B. F. Smith, of
Needy, was in towu during the past
Miss Echo Samson aud Kate Mark re
turned Tuesday evening from a visit at
Mr. an. I Mis. W. If. Thayr-r went to
Toledo, Lincoln county, to reside, Wed
nesday. Emil E. Wendland and F. J. Walk
ley, of Cascades precinct, were in town
W. L. Beckner, the well known min
ing man of Montavilla, was in town
Mrs. jacK Marrs, ot JNew lira pre
cinct, was visiting lnenus in the city
Frank Grim, a prominent resident of
Meadowbrook, was in the city during
the past week. . ,
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Sawyer, of New
berg, are visiting their daughter. Mrs.
C. B. Frissell.
Robert Miller, a Garfield sawmill
man apd mine owner, waa in the city
F. S. L. Bagby, of the sawmill firm of
Bagby & Hein, on Rock creek, was In
Misses Anna and Amy Gray, of Port
land, visited their sister, Mrs. J. W.
Moffatt last Sundav.
County Superintendent J. C. Zinser
went to Bai low Monday to attend the
Mrf. M. L. Lash, of Astoria, who was
visiting Mrs. E. S. Bollinger, returned
home Monday morning.
Miss Mabel Parker, of Independence,
was visiting her cousini J. W. Moffatti
during the first of the week. '
C. W.Noblitt, the well known pio
neer resident of Needy, was in the city
for several days during the week. .
B.F.Jones, the well known Toledo
lawyer, of Lincoln county, was a Port
land passenger Monday evening.
Miss Eva Todd, of Elliott Prairie, was
in the citv several days during the
week. Her sister returned home yes
terday. Dr. J. J. Leavitt, the Molalla mem
ber of the Clackamas county board of
peufion examiners, waa in town Wed
nesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Gerber. David
Pendleton, Budd Smith and David
Robeson, of Cotton, were in the city
A. Knapp and G. W. Bigham went
up to Dodge's shingle mill on the Ab'
ernethy, and made so me good catches of
E. Shubert and family, recently of El1
wo"d, were in towu Monday on their
way to M il ault ie, where they will
their future home.
Joe Knowiand, jr., who is employed
in the tailoring business at Seattle, is
visiting bis father, J. Knowiand, the
Seventh fctreet tailor.
We receive the
accounts of firms, cor
porations and individ
uals. We extend to
these depositors every
in the limits of prudent
Thc Bank of Oregon City
Oregon City, Ore.
one of the prominent atockholders of
the Crown Paper Company. .
D. C. Yoder, of Hubbardi waa in Ore
gon City Saturday. .
A. Hardesty, of Needy, waa transacting
business in Oregon City Monday
Mr. Bowland, principal of the Monta
villa school, was in Oregon . City Satur
day. Anton Habelt, of Springwater, left
this week for Snohomish county, Wash.,
where he will spend the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. SytvesUtr Dye, ot Mace
donia, Iowa, Tuesday morning, and are
visiting his brother, 0. H. Dye for a
couple of weeks. Mr Dye is a mer
chant of Macedonia, and accompanied
by Lis wife, is making a tour of the Pa
Mrs J"hn Glick, of Clarkes, was in
town V edne'day, having returned from
a visit to Letington, Morrow county.
Irltsr sun Sol mon Glick, has filed on a
homestead 4 1-2 miles from Lexington.
The tract was heretofore presumed to be
County Judge Ryan, Mayor Dimick,
County Recorder Tom P. Randall, who
ia also secretary of the republican
county central committee; E. L. John
son, K. D. Hill, and E. H. Burghardt,
of Barton, attended the congressional
convention at Roseburg this week,
W. M, Gardner, who carried on a jew
elry business in the Cheney art gallery
building a few years ago, has returned
from Michigan, accompanied by hia
wife and three children. He has leased
the ground on which the art gallery for
merly stood, and ia erecting a building
for a jewelry business. -
C cake Armour's fine
Art soap, regular 10c.
Castile soap, regular
Four Drug Stores in One
There are over Eleven Thousand Different Arti
cles in our Drug Store. This is four times as many as
the ordinary store contains. Huntley's is a Big Drug
Store, bigger than most city stores ; bigger stoek, more
clerks, lower prices. We have all the drugs physicians
are prescribing. There'll be no delay if you come here
and you will get exactly what is prescribed.
You will find nncora parable
anit Itvlaa tn milllna.i.
..JIVQ It. ...llll.il . J .
The Dalles Daily Chronicle : It beats
all the circuses and minstrels an i
comedies we have ever witnessed. It
was more than an entertainment, it
was a sermon, and a sermon that will
long be remembered.
The following ia the list of letters re
maining in the postoffice at Oregon
City, Ore., on April 3, 1902:
women's List Mrs. Ella Carroll. Mrs.
Viola Dixon. Mrs. J. T. Hodge.
Men's List Jacob Baker, B.H. Green
haw, R. M Holmes. J. ' '. Hylton,
Benson Hawley,.E. A. Aawley, Eler
Kenkinght, C. T. Vernum (3), Chas. M.
GEORGE F. HORTON, P. M.
100,000 Rolls of Wall Pa
per at 5c per double roll at
W L Block, The Home
furnisher, opposite P O
Several Interesting Functions Dur
ing the Week.
A benefit entertainment was given at
Barlow Monday evening to swell the
school improvement fund. It was un
der the immediate direction of Misa
M. E Barlow, and we a of a patriotic
nature. The entertainment was a
gratifying success, the pupils being as
sisted bv Mrs. C. U. Barlow, Misses
Sheppard and Tull, Henry Pusey and
C. G. Tull. ,
The Women of Woodcraft entertained
the Woodmen with an April fool sup
per lussday night. It was a merrv affair.
The Sana Sonci Club will give a hop
C. G. HUNTLEY,
Cut Price Druggist, Oregon City 1 thft4
Mr. and Mis. James Rintoul, jr.,
who were visiting her parents, Captain
and Mrs. T. F. Cowing, returned to Se
attle Monday morning.
Andrew Ko.-her, the Oanby imple
ment dealer and real eetate dealer, and
Henry Kocher and John Jesse, of
Mark s Prairie, were in the city Tues
day. Henry Marquartson, of Macksburg,
was in town Tuesday. He has sold hia
farm to Mr. Schoenbeck, a new arrival,
and will return to his old home in Ger
many. J. A. Thayer, the well known real es
tate agent, arrived from Modesto, Calif.,
the first of the week, and will remain
until he disposes of bis property inter
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kuerten, of Se
attle, who had been visiting their
daughters, Mrs. W. M. and Mri. Ed
Sheahan, intended to have started for
their home yesterday.
George H. Brown, of New Era, waa in
town luesday, and stated the potato
crop nan nearly an Deen snip tea away.
The prices of the potato product are
lower than a few weeka ago.
F. E. McArthur, trumpeter of Troop
I, 15th Car., stationed at San Pablo,
P. I , has sent a letter of appreciation of
the New Year edition of the Courier
Herald, and pronounces it a fine souve
nir ol Clackamas county.
Mrs. W. P. Hawley returned
the week from a visit to Han
Francisco and California points. Tbey
were accompanied by Mr.
Call on Miss Goldsmith.
Miss Annie Tillson, if Claokamaa
county, and James McCune, of Calif.,
were married Saturday, Recorder Curry
Mibs Sarah Ellen Smith, of Clacka
maa county, and Harry Jamea Keith ley
of Multnomah county, were married
Monday, Rev. E. 8. Bollinger officiat
Death of Michael Mulvey.
Michael Mulvev. a well known resi
dent of Clackamas county for the past
l years, died yesterday morning at hia
borne on Madison street, of cancer,
The funeral will be held from the Cath
olio church, today, and the services
will be conducted by Father Hillebrand
The deceased left a wife and seven
children, all grown. Mr. Mulvey was
held in high eateem by a wide cirole of
friende. He waa 69 years old.
Two and one half miles from Oregon
Citv. 160-acre farm, good soil, one or
chard, bouse,' barn and excellent well of
pure water. Also two horses and cow
For further particulars inquire of
11th and Van Buren St
Oregon City, Or
Th Italt Prescription for Mftlarls
Chills and Fever is a bottle of Grove
Tastelew Chill Tonic. It is simply iron
and quinine in a tasteless form. No
Scwabacker, 'cure no pay. Price 60c.
I LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
A. Robertson, the grocer, expects to
eceive a car-load of sugar today.
Oreiron BurhankB are quoted in San
Francisco at $1.40 to $1.85 per cental.
For Sale A draft horse, 1200 pounds
weight. J. C. Zinser, Oregon City.
We have no competitors. We have
exclnsUe styles, prices and novelties at
WANTED 40 men with teams for teams
for wood hauling. Aqust Schnoerr,
The concert at Salem, in which Misa
Mary Case will sing, has been post
poned until Friday, May 11th.
Five shares of stock in the Equitable
Savings Association of Portland lor sale.
Inquire at the Courier Hbrald office.
The Canby Evangelical church is now
fitted up with the latest style of gaso
line lighting, and is brilliantly illumi
nated. Unitarian services, Willamette hall,
Sunday evening, April 6, at 7 :30 p. m.
Rev C. Cressy, of Portland, whl j. reach.
All are welcome.
Seethe new ad for the Racket, Store,
The receipts of the Southern1 Pacific
local office lor Wednesday, waa about
$1100. This included both passenger
and freight business.
John Cook has disposed of his sa
loon at Canby, and will shortly open up
business in the Gambrinus building on
Fourth and Main streets.
An Oregon City notice of a republi
can candidate fm county1 clem printed
in the Oregonian two days before the
county convention, had a sort of an
A. P. A. sound. ,
Mytle Lodge, Degree of Honor, will
krfve an elaborate musical and literary
ei tenainuient at their hall on Friday
evening, April 13ih. Admission, 15
cents; rrfre'-'liments, 10 conts.
Mun and women wanted to handle an
aiticle used by everyone; splendid seller.
M ike $3 per day selling it to your neigh
bors. yCmW or address, Agents' Supply
Company, 240 Park St., Portland, Or.
Rev. George Crosswell Creasy, D. D.,
of Portland and late of Salem, who will
preach at Willamette Hall next Sunday
evening is the well-known author of
'The Essential Man," a monograph of
the immortality of the soul.
If you like to hear first-class talent
come and hear the famous Meneley
Quartette-and W. E. Knox (the king
of impersonators) at the M. E. church
Thursday evening, April 10th. Admis
sion ZD cents, children 15 cents.
Two years ago Molalla and Caacadea
precints each elected two road super
iors, and two candidates were named
at each of these places at the republi
can county convention last week. Each
of tbeie practucts are virtually divided
into two road districts I r practical pur
poses. , '
The Clackamas county prohibition
convention will be held at Oregon City
on Thursday, April 10th, at 1 :30 p. m.,
in the i. M. U. A. building. A full
county ticket will be placed in the held.
TheMeneleya will be in attendance and
turniHh music lor the convention. Every
prohibitionist in the county is urged to
be present. State Secretary E C. Miller,
f Portland, writes that he is planning to
The services at the Congregational
church in the evening will hereafter be
gin at 8 o'clock. The pnstor will de-
ver a series of sermons on the Book of
Job, beginning next Sunday evening.
The object of this series will be to show
tat the conflict of faith with the bard
facts of life, is an old one. Persons,
whose faith have been shaken by the
present day changes in religious
thought, are especially invited to hear
these sermons. The morning theme
will be "A Conversion as Taught by
A federal union of the American la
r federal ion was organized at Red-
men's hall, Wednesday evening. J, H.
Howard was the prime move1' in form-
ng the new society. It starts off with
memDersnip oi ia, principal!) me
chanics. The ofheera elected are
President, E. D. Olds; vice-president.
John L. Berry; guardian, F, A. Barton;
secretary, J. H. Howard; treasurer.
amea Ward James H. Cator, a Colo
rado labor organize! and lecturer, will
speak in some suitable hall in Oregon
City next Wednesday evening.
George Wilson and family, of Kansas
Citv addition, are under quarantine by
direction oi the city autborltles, on ac
count of having been exposed to the
smallpox on last Friday. A. daughter
came up from Portland and spent the
day, and when she returned to Portland,
it was ascerta ned ttiat she was broken
out with a mild attack of smallpox
There are about a dozen children in the
family. Dr. Powell has vaccinated
about 40 persona in the immediate
neighborhood of the family. It is un
derstood that the achool board have or
dered all the achool children vaccinated
Big Cash Stort
Ladies' Wrappers 75c
" Corsets 25c
" Straw Sailors. . 25c
" Trimmed Hats. $1.95
" Hose, Fast Bl'k 9c
" Kid Gloves. . . . 1.00
" "Queen Bee" Shoes 2.15
" Shirt Waists . . 45c
Men's Suspenders, "Pres
ident pattern,". 25c
" White Shirts,
- "Monarch,".... 1.00
" Negligee Shirts. ., 65c
" Fast Black Hose. '10c
. " Collar Buttons, dz. 5c
" Soft, Fe't and
Derby Hats, 2.00
" Overalls and
Boy's Overalls 25c
Baseballs 5 c
Ivory Soap 4c
Williams Shaving Soap 8c
Turkish Towels ...... 8c
4-4 Sheeting 5c
Outing Flannel 5 c
Silver Star Percales ... 12c
Net Shopping Bags . . . 25c
Hair Pins, per pkg. .. . ic
Ladies' Handkerchiefs. 5c
Gingham Aprons ioc
siding there until 23 years of age. He
came to Oregon in 1850, and took u p a
donation land claim in Clackamas
county in 1851 ; was married to Lorena
Ann Kent In 1853, who with four chil
dren, one daughter and three sons sur
vive him. The funeral Sunday, services
being held in the Hubbard M E.
church, Rev. G. H. Bennett, of Wood
burn, officiating. Interment was in
the Hubbard cemetery.
Ohas. Pembroke of Canb y was in Or
egon City Thursday.
There is an error in the baseball
item on the fi rt page. The four teams,
who are to play are Hillsboro, Oregon
Citv and the Monograms and Upchurch ,
At Portland Theatres.
William Bradv's superb production of
the beautiful pastoral play, "Way Down
East." is on for the week. This is a
standard attraction and gave good satis
faction this as well as last year.
Next week Kirk LaShell and Fredrick
R Hamlin's marvelously beautiful pro
duction of Augustus Thomas' peerless
play, "Arizona," by the Metropolitan
Company will be the attraction.
Return engagement , of Miss Jessie.
Shirley and Company is on at this popu
lar playhouse this week. The company
U too well and favorably known to need
Sealed bids will be received for labor
and material for two cottages by the un
dersigned until April 15. Plana and
specifications can be seen at residence
of the undersigned, who reserves the
right to reject any and all bids.
JOSEPH 1. LiYNCH.
One of the features of the council
meeting was the presentation of a peti
tion to suppress gambling. According
to the statements of Councilman Story
and Attorney Sctiuehel games are still
running. The petition, which waa
signed by about 300 legal voters and
probably 450 mothers, ' wives and
daughters. The petition, in substance,'
is to the effect that the mayor and coun-
i- cil can suppress ouen gambling, and the
' mayor and council are asked to effect
ively suppress gamming ana to Keep it
St. Paul's Episcopal church parish suppressed. Attorneys Schuebel and
held ita annual meeting Monday even- Cowing made some telling
ing, and reported the fl asocial condi- ing bits tn support 01 nev. jiontgom
tion ol the church to be satisfactory. , ery and the other petitioner.. The city
The following vestrymen were elected ;
H. L. Kelly, John R. Humphryi. H. M.
Templeton, George A. Harding, William
Wright, K. Prior J clerk ol the vestry,
H. M. Templet ou ; treaaurer, George A.
Harding; finance committee. Mra. J. P.
Keating, Mrc. Thonm F. Ryan and
H. L. Kelly. The Guild officers are:
Preaident, Mra. If L. Kelly ; aecretary,
Mrs. Fannie Cochran; treasurer. Mrs.
T. W. Fonts, all re-elected. Misa Mol-
he L. Holmea waa re-elected president
of the King's Daughters, and the vice-
president is Mrs. 11. S. Moody; the sec
retary is Miss Mamie Lewthwaite, and
the treasurer ia Misa Imogen Harding
This paper gave a notice of the death
of Mr. Owings, the well known pioneer,
which appeared in this paper last week.
The following sketch is added from the
Woodburn Independent: Charles
Henry Owings died at bis home here
March 21, after a prolonged illneas. De
ceased was born in Hiinpson county,
Kentucky, July 13th, 1822; emigrated
to Missouri with hia parents in 1837, re
council passed a resolution to the effect
that they are in sympathy with the sen
timanta expressed, aud refer tha matter
to the mayor, the txecutiye . head of the
city. . . ,
I he finance committee was aumorizea
to enter into a contract wan a. W.
Cheney for the purchase of the city '1 in
terest in the two lota adjoining trie aasn
and door factory on Main street, tha
same to be paid for in citv printing.
A turn not to exceed fiuu was appro
priated to aid the Humane Society ia
the erection of a water fountain on Main
The city council committee oh fire
and water reported adversely to build
ing the proposed engine house at Ely,
but will consider the matter of pur
chasing the Darling house and lot for
The application of the Portland City
A Oregon Railway Company for a 25
year freight and passenger franchise,
was referred to a special committee to
report Tuesday eveuing.