OREGON CITY COURIER-HERALD, FRIDAY iAPRIL 18, 1902; i Sale of Spring Dress Goods i An elaborate showing of new Spring Dress Goods, Swell creations at less than the price of the ordinary. 40-iDch All-wool Chalk-line Cheviots, all colors, 50c a yard 46-inch Vigoreux, in gray, blue, mode and cantor, worth $1.25, 97c a yard 48-inch Imported Venetians, in blue, gray, mode, brown and tan, worth $2.25, special, $1.73 a yard 42inch French Crepe de Chene, in new green, gray, mode, blue and castor, worth $1.75, $1.23 a yard Designs were never more unique or eye-pleasing 34-inch Biscut Silk Pongae a beautiful soft material for Spring or summer costume, $1 yd quality, 73c a yard New Wash Silks New Foulard Silks New Persian Silks Of the latest creation, special sale Spring arrivals are b ooming forth in bewitching array. Headquarters for the richest col lectiou of Dr88 Goods ever shown in the Northwest, at prices which defy competition. MORAL: Buy a good thing when you see it. McAllen & McDonnell DRY GOODS EXCLUSIVE .M0RBI80N IMPORTERS THIRD and . MORRISON . .. PORTLAND, OREGON LivyStipp returned Saturday from ' Salem., ; George Sheer, ol Macksburg, was in town Monday. ' " ' Florian Ott, of Sunnyside, was in town Monday. Fritz Zimmerman, of Stafford, was in the city Monday. Philander Mtad, of New Era, was in the city Thursday. Gottfried '"Marquardt, of Highland, was in town Monday, Miss Nellie Boyd, of Mitchell, is vis iting Mrs. W. 0. Green. W. S. Hallinan, of Oswego, was a vis itor in the city Monday. Mrs. W. J. Wilson is recovering from her recent severe illness. Bert J. Tyler, of Milwaukie precinct, was in the city Thursday. Miss Maud Butler, of Salem, has been visiting Miss Echo Samson. D. 0. Rogers, of Portland, was the Rands and Whites Sunday, Miss Georgia Grace has resumed her old place in her father's store. Mr, and Mrs. G. R. H. Miller visited friends at" Canby over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Faust, of Carus, were visitors in the city Saturday. Rev. C. U. Cross and family have re covered from an attack of varaloid. Mr. and Mrs. Heary Hedges, of Bar low, were visitors in Oregon City Mon day. Fred C. Horton is over from New berg, and visited Silverton the first of the week. Mrs. Dube Alldredge and daughter, of Hubbard, visited relatives in the city -last Sunday. ' John Knspp, a student of' Pacific uni versity at Forest Grove,, visited, at home over Sunday. ' ' r ; J. Webb, wife and child, of Portland, were visiting Sheriff J. J . Cooke and family Sunday. "Miss Maud Noble, of Portland, vis ited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Noble Sunday. Rev. A. J. Montgomery went to Port land Wednesday to attend a mission board meeting. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hayward have re turned from Portland, are now making their home here. Miss Mary Conyers, Willie Morse and Edward Everett Brodie visited at Clats kanie over Sunday. Arthur Scott, who now lives at Se attle, is visiting relatives and friends here for a short time. A. J. Owenby has sold his black smith shop to J. W. Marshall, and will go to Eastern Oregon. . Anton Habelt, a well known stock raiser, of the Springwatet district, was in the city Saturday. Ernest A. Boeckman, John P. Gage and E. P. Carpenter, of Stafford, were in the city Thcrsday. Mrs. E. E. Martin went to Chehalis, Wash., Friday, to visit Mrs. C. A. Fitcb, for a few days. W. P. George and family, of Salem, were visiting his brother, Jesse George during the past week. Jomes lorlees, Samuel Gerber and Herbert R. CorleBS, of Logan, were in Oregon City Monday. - Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Chapman will move to Portland, where he will work at his trade as a lather. Howard Latourette returned from the hospital in Portland fonday evening, much improved in health. John C. Bradley is the new central committeeman for Clackamas county in the stale republican campaign. Mrs. A. H. Williams, of Chemawa, is attending on her sister-in-law, Miss Esther Williams, who is very ill. John Straight, who has been em ployed in Portland during the past win ter, was up from Park place Monday.. , ' Mrs. H. 0. 8. Phelps, of Canby, who had been visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. Webb in Portland, returned home Sun day. Mrs. C. R. Zumwalt, of Perrydale, Polk county, who was visiting hereon, W. B. Zumwalt, returned home Fri day. H. L. Price, a merchant of The Dalles, but formerly of this city, was visiting his brother, J. M. Price, during the past week. Pearl Mosher returned from Bremer ton, Wash., Saturday, and has resumed his old place at Adam's Golden Rule Bazaar. '' Mrs. Ida Marvin has removed to Ore gon City, where she will reside in the future. Sellwood item in East Side Herald. Mrs. E. F. Martin and E. Sadie White, who are now sojourning in Port land, vieited Mrs. E. J. McKittrick Monday.' ; ', Jacob- Spuse . ,, and daughter,'' -Miss Emma, of Scsddooso. went to Mecksn burg Saturday, to visit Mr. Blaecke for. a fewdays. , - ' , ... ' Mrs. Jane Noyer, mother of . Mrs, B. F. Linn, left Sunday to make an ex tended visit to her son, T.. P, Noyer. at Pomeroy, Wash. ; y Mrs. W. B. Zumwalt returned Sun day evening from Portland, where she was attending on her - mother, Mrs Wells. who was very ill. J. L. Mattocks, one of the prominent farmers of New Era precinct, was in the city Thursday, and remained over to at tend a meeting of the Odd Fellows lodge. Miss Maud Noble, one of tba teachers in the Corvallis schools, came down Sat urday, and visited over night at borne. She returned on the morning train Sunday. D. H Boen, of Springwater, was in town Saturday, and reported that the people of that section were highly pleased with the nominations on the citizens ticket. Cicero Rinearson, head cierk a the Electric hotel, is ill, and his place is. be ing filled by John Hutton, who is home from an extended visit to his daughter, Mrs. Harvey Huff at Roseburg, Frank Shannon, of Beaver Creek,' was in town Monday, and Btated that all be could hear here was politics. Out at Beaver Oreek the question is: "How much wheat have you planted." D. R. Dlmick, of Canby, was in town Monday. He has sold his livery stable to Mr. Rauch, sr.,' and the business is being carried on by Charles Rauch. Mr. Dimick expects to continue to make his home in Canby. J. A. Talbert. of Clackamas, is visit ing in Grant's Pass this week, He is a If,'JIJIWyill41ll.!l AIT A BICYCLES (Satisfy 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 knownt when you have such a complete line as the Rambler to select from and the prices are within your reach. Ramblers $30, $35, $40, $50, $60, Ideals $15, $20, $25, $30. 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 for 1902. Bur meister & Andr esen, OREGON CITY JEWELERS Fashionable Spring Wear for Men and Boys Spring Suits If you have never been to our sore put 'aside the unprofitable conservatism and com'e. You will find no one can outrival us in style an J quality. Spring Suits with out a fault; in all new patterns almost an infinite variety at $9.35 to $35 s, . l MSMaassaSBSSBHSSMSMSMMSHBMBSJ Topcoats for Men 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, $12.50 to $35 Men's Specials in Suits and Topcoats for Spring, $9.35 $13.85 '. HAT STYLES FOR SPRING is Now hat and the time to discard the old Winter array yourself in one of the new nobby Spring styles. Youmans' Derby Hats Gordon $3.00 Hats in the height of fashion Stetison and Steinbach Specials JUVENILE STYLES FOR SPRING WEAR A parent purchasing boys' clothing from us has the satisfaction of knowing that his boy has the best article obtainable for 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. tartest Clothiers in the Northwest ; Fourth' and 6rrIson Sts., Portland, Oregon. brother-in-law of I.M.Davis. For the past two seasons he has been operating a fish hatchery on the Umpqua. Grant's Pass Courier. A. B. Eintoul, superintendent of the Eugene woolen mills, accompanied by his family, was visiting relatives in the city Sunday. He stated that it was the intention to start up the factory about the 15th of next of next month. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Rois, recently of Canyon City, Colo., are visiting their daughter, M'S. W. 8. Grim. Their son, also is with them. At present, they are guests at the home of Rev. W. 8. Grim at Willamette Falls, but expect to locate somewhere in Oregon. A. W. Quinn and two children, of Dufur, who have been visiting relatives, the Parts, Wskefields and Quinns at Molalla, were in the city Saturday on their way home. Mr. Quinn will re turn here in May, to drive 'out some cattle, which he purchased while here. Miss Mary Case, the vocalist, is In the city, the guest of Mrs. J. D Lee. The concert odvertised for last Friday even ing, in which Miss Case was to sing, was postponed until Monday eveniug of this week, a notice of which will be found elsewhere. Sunday's Salem Statesman. Alex Lewthwaite, formerly of the Willamette paper mills here, is to be superintendent of the new paper mills at Lawrence, N. Y. Fred Fuller, who has returned from Japan, will take Mr. Lewthwaite's old position at Niagara, Wis. The new paper mill at Law rence will be operated on the 8-hour system, and there will be three, shifts of workmen to keep the manufactory in continuous operation during the 24 hours. Mrs. T. F. Campbell, of Monmoath, step mother of Prenident P. L. Camp bell, of the state normal school, accom panied by ber mother, Mrs. David Stump, were visitors at the home of Hon. and Mrs. Charles B. Moores, Tuesday. Mrs. Stum) spent the win ter of 1844 in Oregon City, and has since resided at Monmouth the greater por tion of the time. This was her OrBt visit here for 68 vears, although Bhe had passed through on the train several times. The following Oregon City personals appeared in the last issue ol the Ur vailis Times: Bird Rickard arrived Monday from i Oreeon Citv. where be has been em- : ployed for some time. He has gone to has contracted to carry the mall on the ! route between Philomath and Dusty Oregon City has become the Mecca of Corvallis boys, on the verge of man hood, who wish to begin life on their own account. Among those recently departing for the falls city to secure work there in the factories there are Roy Healy, Hugh McFadden and Ev erett Prichard. J. V. Walters and family, who sold their property near the carriage factory this week, took their departure for Ore gon City Thursday morning. They go for permanent residence. Will Read is another Corvallis boy to neek eirmlovment at Oreaon City. He went down on Thursday's boat. Attend Special Millinery Bale at Front., Red I LOCAL NEWS ITEMS Susannah. Robinson, an old and highly respected resident cf Oregon, died at her home in Milwaukie last Thursday. Rev. C. TJ. Crosj will preach in the West Oregon City Baptist chapel next Sunday morning at 11, and at 3 in the United Brethren church. The Oregon Independent at Salem, has suspended publication, and 11. G. Guild, who was its editor and publisher, has gone to Prosser, WaHh., to estab lish another paper. The Pleasant Home Baptist church, of Oottrell, Clackamas county, has filed articles of ldcorporation. The capital steck is $1,000, and the incorporators are M. Ball, James Spiers, 11. T. Cumins, Michael Bohmann. of New Era, has taken the contract to build a large barn near Mount Hood, but will not begin on the iob until he completes a barn in process of construction ot New Era, and one for L. Ueiu at MacKsburg. w. Huiras and Mox Baumann, of New Era, will assist Mr. Bohmann on the Mount Hood job. A number of additions have been made to the Baptist church choir, and more will be added by next bunday. Several musical instruments have been added to the choir, and among the new singers are Mrs. R. C. Ganong, Mr. and Mrs. Welilon M. Shank and Uilbert Douglas. Miss Veda Williams is the or ganist, A. S. Dresser violinist and Mr. Roberts cornetist . The Salvation army are casting about to find a new location for their barracks. Mrs. Luke Thornton has made a deal for the purchase of thaiot on which the building stands, and is waiting for the deed to arrive from Scotland. The building is the property of the Balva- tion army, but the their lease on the ground has expired Mrs. Thornton may negotiate the purchase ot tbe building. The Woodburn Independent gave an extended obituary notice of the death of Mrs. Katie Mav Dixson. wife of W. F. Dixson, of the sawmill firm of Bagby & Dixson, of Rock Ureek, near weeuy Stie died April 6th, after an illness of six weeks. She was born at Silverton in 1877, and her maiden name was' Saunders. She graduated from the Woodburn public schools in 1895, and on Christmas day, 1808, she was married to married to W. . Jnxson. sue leu a husband and one child. The deceased had been a consistent member of the Methodist Episcopal church for the past six years. Company B. 0. N. G., held a caucus for the nomination of new officers Mon day evening: Captain G. W. Martin tendered bis resignation some weens ago, and an election will be held in about a month. Following were the caucus nominations, which is believed to equivalent to an election : rl. l. Kelly, who had been In the national guard service eight years, was pro moted from first lieutenant to captain. Fred Humphrys, who had been in the service for six years, was promoted from second to first lieutenant; and William Kuehl, who had been in the service for six years, was elected second lieutenant. The two latter were with Company I in the Philippines. LOCAL SUMMARY 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. Harris. Beaver Creek, Oregon. Drs. R. B. and A. L. Beatie, dentists, Weinhard building. The Weekly Orejjonian gives all the national news and the Courier-lierald gives all local and comity news. Both one year for Two Dollars. For Rale Some very fine unproved Berkshire boars and sows. Call or write me for particulars. Correppondence so licited. H. L. Skirvln, Marquaui, Or. When you visit Portland don't fail t get your meals at the Royal Restaurant, First and Madison. They Berve an ex cellent meal at a moderate price; a good square meal, 15c. 500 tracts of land for sale. Inquire ol O. A. Cheney, Oregon City, Or. Wanted To increase my list of farme 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 . 1HE DEPOT HOTEL is for rent or for sale or ( xohange for real estate. In quire of E. E. G. Seol. Farm for sale Six miles from Oregon City j 30 acres cleared, 9 acres orchard, balance brush and t'mlier; 27000 cords of wood, wh'ch will sell for more than the price of the place. House and barn. Terms to suit. O. O. T. Williams, room 9, Barclay building, Oregon City, Ore. Don't pass us by cull 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. Lodkb, Attorney at Law, Stevens Bl'd'g. Oregon, City, Greg Kozy Kandy Kitchen, up to date on home-made candies and cigars. Baking Powder Most healthful i leavener in the world. Goes farther. ROYAL BAKINO PAVOf CO., NPW YORK.