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OREGON CITY COURIER-HERALD, FRIDAY, APRIL A,. 1902.
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Sale of Spring Dress Goods
An elaborate showing of new Spring Dress Goods,
Swell creations at less than the price of the ordinary.
40-inch All-wool Chalk-line
Cheviots, all colors,
50c a yard
46-inch Vigoreux, in gray, blue,
mode and castor, worth $1.25,
97c a yard
48-ineh Imported Venetians, in
blue, gray, mole, brown and tan,
worth $2 25, special,
$1.73 a yard
42-inch French Oepe de Chene,
in new green, gray, mode, blue
and castor, worth $1.75,
$1.23 a yard
Designs were never more unique
34-inch Biscut Silk Pongee a
beautiful soft material for Spring
or summer costume, $1 yd quality,
73c a yard
New Wash Silks
1 New Foulard Silks
New Persian Silks
Of the lateBt creation, special sale
Spring arrivals are b.ooming
forth in bewitching array.
Headquarters for the richest col
lection of Drss Gcjdsever shown
in the Northwest, at prices which
MORAL: Buy a good thing
when you see it.
McAllen & McDonnell
EXCLUSIVE DRY GOODS IMPORTERS
THIRD and MORRISON PORTLAND, OREGON
, PERSONALS I
- Fred Riebhoff, of Stone, was in the
. J. W. White, of Union precinct, was
in the city Monday.
W, H. Bruner, of Seattle, is visiting
friends in this citv.
H .H. Slyter, of New Era precinct,
was in the city Fiiday.
W. L. Starkweather, of Milwaukie,
was in the city Monday.
A . J. Hodge, of New Era precinct,
was in the city Monday.
Councilman Charles Armstrong, of
Canby, was in town Monday.
K. B. Cole, of Barl w precinct, was
a visitor in the city Thursday.
J. F. Lovelace, a Springwater mer
chant, was in the city Monday,
0. L. Latourette, of Salem, was visit
ing relatives in the city Friday.
A. 0. Yoder, of Needy, was in town
Monday on bis way to Portland.
Miss Kate Nemyre, of Portland, was
visiting friends in the city Sunday.
C. N. Crittenden has removed his
family from Lafayette to Hubbard.
Fred Marshall and James Ruthei ford,
of Highland, were in town Friday .
J. G. Cumins, the Shubel sawmill
man, was in Oregon City Saturday.
Mrs. Ralph Grimm, of Needy, was
visiting friends in the city Monday.
Charles Riggs h visiting his old home
at Macksburg. Hood River Glacier.
Joseph Bachman, a resident of Da
mascus, was in Oregon City Monday.
Mrs. Mary Warnock has been visiting
her mother, Mrs. J Spahr at Needy.
Rupert Hall, of Jefferson, was in Ore
gon City, during the first of the week.
Charles Frost was ud from Portland
Sunday visiting bis home in Canemah.
Benjamin Halstead. a oionear resi
dent of Damascus, was in the city Mon
Mrs. A. Todd, of Elliott Prairie, was
visiting friends in the city during the
Miss Anna Bachman, teacher of the
Sandy school, was in Oregon City Sat
urday. C. F. Wolfer, facjb Minder and Gus
tavo Fischer, of Logan, were in the city
Mrs. V. Harris and babies returned
Thursday from a visit to relatives at
Mrs. A. Schneider returned Mondiy
morning from a visit to relatives, near
Mrs. Ivan Chase and eon, of Colfax,
arrived Sunday to yisit relatives for a
short time. '
0. B. Clement, of Eugene, a former
well known resident of this city, was
W.A.Huntley, who is again ill, is
taking a course of treatment in a Port
Charles G. Stone, a Viola merchant,
and Raymond Miller, of the same local
ity, were in town Monday.
Louis Toedtemeier and August Kolie-
meier, two well known residents of
Stafford, were in town Monday.
Mist Bessie Armstrong, of Barlow,
was visiting Miss Echo Samson, for a
couple of days during the week.
J. R. Marks, of Marks' Prairie, wa
in town Saturday . -He is running toe j
hop yard on the old farm this season.
David Davis, editor of the St. Helens I
Mist, has been nominated by the re-
publicans of Columbia county for county
clerK. .-, ... . j
Mr. and Mrs. Stan Tanzer, of Bolton,
were visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ,
Golden at LaCamas, Wash.,' during the ,
X Fred Hargreaves, who has been at
tending the' university at Seattle, was
visiting relatives at Parkplace during the
C. G. Jacobs, vice-president of the
Oregon City Manufacturing Company,
left Saturday for a four months trip to
A. 0. ChaDmau and family left the 1
first of the wenk for North Yakima, !
Wash., where they will make their fu- j
C. E. Moulton, of the Northern Pa- J
ciflc land department at Tacoma, was in
the city on business before the land of-1
fice Saturday. !
A. Klebe, a prominent hop grower of j
Macksburg, was in the city Saturday, i
and reported that hop yard conditions
William E. Thomas, of Beaver Creek,
who brought down the body of the late
Joseph Ellis, returned to Wardner, the I
hrst of the week.
Mr, and MrB. U. N. Mosher. of Oregon
City, also Mr. and Mrs. I, J. Bigelow,
of Molalla, have been visiting Mr. and
Mrs. W. F, Dixaon at Union..
A. M. Shibley, of Springwater, was. in
the city Saturday, and was loud in his
praise of the farmers!' institute beld at
that place Thursday and Friday. , . ,,.
Harvey Hickman has completed his
first year's course at the medical de
partment of the University of Oregon in
Portland, and is now at his home in this
J. 0, Luelline, of Contra Costa
county, Cilif., who had been visiting
his parents, Uounty treasurer ana Mrs,
Alfred Lnelling. returned home Thurs
William Dickson, 0. A. Ratliff and
L. W: Miller, of Kingsbury county,
South Dakota, were iu the city Satur
day, looking up the resources of the
resources of the country.
Captain J. P. Coulter, a pioneer
steamboat man, and former well known
resident of Clackamas county for 19
years, was up from Portland Monday,
meeting old iriends.
Miss Brth v Hofer, of Ohampoes!, was
married to John O. R. Duke, of Port
land on March 27th. Mies Hofer was
known in this city, and occasionally vis
ited the Misses Vegelius.
Pearl Mosher, who has been employed
in the Golden Rule Bazaar for a long
time past, left Tuesday to accept a posi
tion in Price Bros, clothing and dry
goods Btore at Bremerton, Wash. .
Mr., and Mrs. Eugene Cumins, of
Highland, were visitors in town Mon
day. Mr. Cumins states that the con
tinned rains have made the wheat look
a sickly color, but a spell of sunshiny
weather i will probably bririg out the
grain id good condition. '-
J. Hi 'Coleman 7 formerly : of this
county, has opened a bird, btore at 328,
Seventh., ajreet; San Francisco, and is
.doing a good business, carrying all kinds
,.of singing birds .and cages, , He wrote to
atisfy all classes of rid
ers because they are
light, strong, handsome,
durable and easy running.
You cannot 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
Burmeister & Andresen,
OREGON CITY JEWELERS
Wear for Men and Boys
If you have -never been to our
store, put aside the unprofitable
conservatism and come. You will
find no one can outrival us in style
and quality. Spring Suits with
out a fault; in all new patterns
almos ten infinite variety at
Do you contemplate a new top
coat for Spring? Short topcoat
for men who hail their revival so
gladly, long coats for men who
recognize their many uses. Not a
toucn of the commonplace in a
single garment, and the prices
modest beyond your expectations;
black and colors, '
I "Men's Specials in Suits and Topcoats for Spring, $9.35 g $13.85 I
Now is the time to discard the old Winter
hat and array yourself in one of the new
nobby Spring styles.
Yonmans' Derby Hats
Gordon $3.00 Hats
in the height of fashion
Stetison and Steinbach Specials
FOR SPRING WEAR
A parent purchasing boys' clothing from us
has the satisfaction of knowing that his boy
has the best article retainable fir the money,
thoroughly up-to-date as to style, workman
ship and material. ) ,
Sailor, Norfolk, Russian Blouse; also
Spring Overcoats, ages 3 to 16. An im
mense assortment of swell Spring styles.
Lariest Clothiers in the Northwest . Fourth and fflorrisu Sts., Portland, Oregon.
have hia paper changed to that address,
and stated that I. Turney, an Oregon
City boy, now in the government trans
port service, called on him the day pre
vious. H. T. Evans, principal of the Oswego
school, accompanied by Mrs. Elans, at
tended the teachers' insthute in the city
Saturday. He stated there are more
people living in OBwego than for several
years past, and every house is occupied.
The fare is only 8 1-2 cents to Portland
to purchasers of commutation tickets,
and many of the residents are employed
venience of members, who live at a dis
tance, are being erected,
II. W. Jackson repaired the engine in
that Portland prize automobile, during
the past week, It was awarded to the
holder of the winning ticket by several
Portland business houses, The engine
did not work properlv, and Mr. Jack
son was given the job of repairing
it. He will have his own automobile
complete and in good trim la a few
County Treasurer Alfred Lielling has
forwarded altogether $15,000 to the state
treasurer to apply on the state tax.
Saturday, and stated that the boiler and
engine had arrived lor me new cream
ery, and it iB intended to have every
thing in readiness foroperation by May
1st. A careful canvass of the proposed
milk routes covering Viola, Springwa
ter, Enale Creek and Damascus, has
been made, and it is intended to start
up with the milk from 350 cows.
J. J. Hattan, of Stone, was in the cfty There is vet a balance due the state of
$iVJz ou. wn me grate agricultural
college tax $533 07 has been paid. More
than the usual number of farmers have
taken advantage of the wide tire rebate,
which is deducted from the amount of
road tax paid oy the individual.
Fourteen names for membership were
proposed at the meeting of Company A,
O. N. G., held Monday night. The
Company expects to- have a full list,
and will make a creditable showing at
the annual encampment to be held in
July. It. is not yet determined
whether the encampment Will De heia
again at Salem, or at the coast,
The following vacation orders have
recently been made in the circuit court!
In the suit of Q. R. H. Miller vs J. O.
Pilsbury, reversed by the supreme
court, it is ordered that At pellant Mil
ler lecover from Konpondent 1'ilabury
his costs and disbursements on appeal,
taxed at $69 25. In the suit of C. II.
Sarver vs Qeorge A. Hamilton, also re
manded from the sujreme court, it was
ordered that the appellant recover
Satnrdav mornlnu Bermtv Count
Clerk O. D. Kby received from the sec
retary ol state a check and bill oi credit
for $353 65 for the amount of Clacka
mas county's claim for the care of tran
sient pauperr. Mr. Eby diecoveied that
there had been an appropriation made
authorizing the state to reimburse
counties for money expended for the re
lief of transient paupers, and proceeded
to segregate these accounts, and for
warded the claim, with the result that
Clackamas county will be $353 65 ahead.
The steamer Leona, which has been
overhauled and repainted by the Oregon
City Transportation Company,, began
making regular trips between Uregon
Citv and Portland. ' It is a delightful
ride on the river at any season of the
year, and more especially during the
spring and summer months I he only
way landings are Magone's pars, Mel-
drum's. More vs. Bislevs and Owego,
enabling tha boat to make rapid time
np and down the river. The time table
is as follows: Leave Oregon City at
7:00 a.m. and 10:00 a. m and 1:30 and
4:30 p. m. Leave Portland at 8:30
and 11 :30 a. m. and 3 :00 and 6il5 p. m.
I LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Nettie, the 19 year old daughter of
Jacob Oswald, died at Molalla Mon
Mrs. Alice F. Hedges was sent to the
state ini-ane asjlum Sunday for treat
ment. Congress has appropriated $4,300 for
the maintenance of the Clackamas fish
Messrs. 8hank & Bissell shipped
three car-loads of potatoes to San Fran
cisco, the first of the week. ,
Katherine Petit, the 19-year old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Petit,
died in West Oregon City Mondny
Mrs. J.S. Mayfield died at her home
near Jones' mill Friday evening. She
left a husband. The deceased was 20
Mrs Iva Bogue aged 64, died at Mo
lino. The funeral to k plane Monday
afternoon. The deceased left a husband
Mrs. Augusta Hennes, aged 42, was
committed to the insane asylum Satur
day. Her daughter, Miss Anna Hen
ness, was appointed guardian of the es
tate. . . .
H. M. Harnden has sold his confec
tionery store on 8eventn street, across
from this office, to B. F. Richardson, re
cently from Myrtle Point, Coos county.
Mr. Richardson also will do jewelry re
pairing. . Street Commissioner John Green is
doing a good in having Seventh street
thoroughly cleaned. The first work was
! done on lower Seventh street, where
some hoboes were pressed into service,
and the work is being continued on the
i The second monthly chloral service
will be held at the Methodist Episcopal
church Sunday evening. This sacred
concert will be an elaborate affair, and
will be under the direction of Miss Imo
It is now intended to dedicate the new
Woodmen hal" at Milwaukie about the
15th or 20tli of April. The plawtering is
about completed, and a woodshed and
a small stable, the latter for the con-
Hot soda at the Kozy Kandy Kitchen.
A few watches for sale ' cheap at
Younger's. Watches cleaned, $1.
Lumber Leave orders at this office
for first-class lumber of all kinds, or ad
dress W. F. Harms. 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 year for Two DollarB,
Key fitting, lock work and .saw filing
at Johnson & Lamb's bicycle shop, op
posite Electric hotel. Satisfaction guar
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 laud for sale. Inquire of
O. A. Cheney, Oregon City, Or.
For Rale 8ome very fine improved
Berkshire boars and sows. Call or write
me for particulars. Correspondence so
licited. H, L. Skirvin, Marquam, Or.
Wanted To increase my list of farms
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 T
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 xchange for real estate. In
quire of E. E. G, Seol,
Farm for sale Six miles from Oregon
City ; 30 acres cleared, 9 acres orchard,
balance brush and t'mber; 27000 cords
of wood, wh'ch will sell for more than
the price of the place. House and barn.
Terms to suit. C. O. T. Williams, room
6, Barclay building, Oregon City, Ore.
Don't pass us by call In and get our
prices. Red Front Trading Company.
Individuals' Money to Loan at 6 pel
cent and 7 per cent. Call on or write,
John W. Lodrk, Attorney at Law,
Stevens Bl'd'g. Oregon City, Oreg
Kansas Black cap raspberry plants,
Urge rooted, 40c dozen, $3 per 100. In
quire of O..W Swallow, Maple Lane, or
Courier-Heraid office. ,
Kozy Kandy Kitchen, np to datepm
home-made candies and cigars.
') PC tB O. Ry. Co.
25c is the regular fun day
round trip rate between Oregon
City and Portland. Get your tickets at
Harding's drug store."
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