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OREGON CITY COURIER-HERALD, FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1902,
I A Large Store !
The outside of our store hardly J
does us ' justicecome in and look
around. We have a basement the ex-1
act depth of the store, and this is filled O
$ full of goods. . Then the depth is one-
half greater than the average visitor
sees. Back of the prescription counter
is a-complete paint store in itself. We
4 have several hundred dollars invested in
Sherwin-Williams paint alone. O
O We buy white lead by the ton,
linseed oil in ten barrel lots, and our
4 brushes direct of the largest brush man-
J ufacturers. Every dollar we put in this
O stock buys MORE than one hundred
cents worth of goods.
Sometimes the wholesale houses or
their salesmen think we are cranky and
4 want too much for our money, but in
this way we save a dollar here and a
dollar there and we can lower our prices
This is the end we are working
for continually to give you the best
4 goods in the market at a lower price
than you can get anywhere else in the
country. Is this not a laudable ambi-
J tion? Will you help us with your pa-
7 CC Quaker Herbs, reg-
$1 00 .
T 7 CC Oregon Blood Pur-
(J ifier, regular $J.
JC Peruna, regular $1
"7CC Hawley's Catarrh
T I J Cure, regular $ I.
fl CC Castoria, the genu-
L U ine, regular 35c.
T AC Electro Silicon,
4 (QC Rubifoam,
I vf regular 25c.
QC Lyon's Tooth Pow-
I " der, regular 25c.
I QC Cuticura Soap,reg-
I 0 ular 25c.
Q fC Paine's Celery Com-
0 U pound, regular $1
a 00 Swamp Root, reg-
X OU ular$J.
OflC Hamberg Tea,
T flflC Fry's Poisoned
J -U Wheat, reg. 25c
I J regular $ I
C Camrick's Food,
0 9U Malted Milk, hos
0 oital size. re?. $3.7
C Malted Milk,
1 PJC Malted Milk,
"J regular 50c
Send the children, our prices are the same
to them. Our cut price includes toilet articles
and everyday supplies.
C. G. Huntley,
Popular Price Druggist I
CCC Mellin's Food,
U 3 regular 75c " A
Jl PC Mellin's Food, ,
T"J regular 50c Y
C Scott's Emulsion,
A14C Emulsion Cod a
Liver Oil, reg. $1 J
fl C Carters Pills,
8ffC Warner's Safe A
Cure, reg. $1 J
a;C Fenner's Golden $
Relief, reg. 50c
fjy Remedy, reg. 50c
C Fenner's Cough
Remedy, reg. 50c
W Pierce's Medical
W SIC Pierce's Favorite
m KC Pinkham's Ve-
-fl ftC Pierce's Pellets, J
QCC Shoop's Rheuma-
tic Cure, reg. $1
QCC Shoop's Restora-
tive, regular $J A
3KC Robertine, reg-
QCC Ayer's Hair Vigor, X
Q Coke's Dandruff
Cure, reg. $1
e Open Checking
For firms and individ
uals. We supply them
with check books, so
that they can draw
against their deposits in
favor of other persons.
Depositors are thus en
abled to pay bills or
withdraw money with
out coming to the bank.
The BANK of OREGON CITY
' Oregon City, Ore.
100,000 Rolls of Wall Pa
per at 5c per double roll at
W. L. Block, The Home
furnisher, opposite P. O.
John Roggie, of Needy, was in th
city yesterday. '
L. W. Robbins, of Molalla, was in the
city Saturday .
Daniel Evans, of Viola, was in Oregon
James Lavelle, of Highland, was in
Samuel Gray, of Viola, was in Oregon
City yesterday. ' '
John Carlson, of Canyon Creek, was
in town Monday.
George E- Williams, of Molalla. was
in town Tuesday.
Charles Gelbrick, of Macksburg, was
in town Tuesday.
Mrs. Davis, of Oswego, is visiting her
mother, Mrs. Ward.
Louis Rotermund, of Clackamas, was
in the city Monday.
"Boss" Mead, of New Era precinct,
was in the city Monday.
Walling Long, of Oswego, was a Tisi
tor in the city yesterday.
Henry Hansen, of BeaTer Creek, was
in Oregon City Monday. 1 1
James Bullock and J. G. Vopp, of
Tualatin, were in town Tuesday.
J. L. Mattocks, of New Era precinct,
was in Oregon City Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Georee Blanchard, of
New Era, were in town Saturdiy.
Deputy County Clerk Dix on is- ill at
his home with an attack of measles.
Rev C. U. Cross returned from a
trip of the valley Wednesday evening.
M iss Aneita Gleason visited her sister.
Miss Helen, at New Era, a few days this
Fred Philij.pin and A. T. Martin, of
Milk Creek precinct, were in town lues
day. Dr. J. W. Powell was confined
to his home with illness during the
Miss Vesta Knight, of Canby, passed
through Oregon City Saturday 01 her
way to Portland.
John Irish, David P. Penman, jr.,
and P. C. Deitz, of New Era, were in
Dan Daly arrived from the EH Sun
day and will spend the summer with his
uncle, John Finley.
A. M. Crawford, republican candi
date for attorney-general, was here from
Roieburg Tuesday evening.
B. 0. Cumins, the Shubel sawmill
proprietor, has sold his mill hs has been
reported. He has simply leased it out.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Block and daughter,
Mies Essie, attended the symphony
concert at the Marquam in Portland
Mrs. Augusta Latz was a delegate to
the district convention of the Knights &
Ladies of Security at Portland Wednes
day. O. Maynard, whohas been in the em
ploy of O. N. Greenman for several
years past, left yesterday to join hie
brother, William Maynard in Eastern
Mrs. K. H. Gabbert, of Oregon City,
who has been visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. L. B. Rowland in Eugene, re
turned home this afternoon. Wednes
day's Eugene Guard.
Captain H. E. Hayes, who is now
living with his daughter, Mrs. E. Oj
Chapman at Clackamas Station, has
been visiting his son, Gordon E. Hayes,
during the 'past week. .
Mrs. G. W. Grace, Mrs. E. H.
Cooper and the Misses Jeannie Luelling
and Gertrude Fairclough, and Mrs. J. E.
Jack accompanied the citizens candi
dates to Milwaukie Monday night.
J. J. Mulvey, of the Benton Mills, has
accepted a position as manager for the
Portland Flouring Mill Company at
Dayton, Wash. and is to leave for there
the first of next week. Corvallis Times.
L. Ferguson, a well known potato
grower, of New Era, was in town Wed
nesday. He had just received a letter
from a San Francisco commission
house, quoting potatoes at from $1 70 to
$2 per hundred. The latter quotation,
however, was for a fancy article.
J. H. Howard on Monday was elected
delegate from the Oregon City Painters'
Unum to attend a meeting in Portland
on next Monday to organize a State Fed
erated Trades Council. 8 J. Burford,
E. E. Howell and J. M. M. Miller were
elected delegates for Textile Workers'
Union of Oregon City to the same
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS !
L. W. Robbins, the enterprising
Molalla merchant, was doing business
in Oregon City and Portland this week.
A. W. RiggJ, of Macksburg, was iu
Oregon City on Thursday.
C. Studeman arid J. J.Guzer, of Csrus
were in Oregon City during the week.
G. S. Young, of Sherwood, was doing
business in Oregon City Monday.
A. Bluhm, of Clarks, was at the county
Union-Made Shaves. Parker, the
Girl, wanted for general homework.
Inquire at W. L. Block's furniture etore.
Rev. W. G. Elliot Jr., Unitarian, will
preach Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clock
at Willamette hall, upon "The Life and
Work of Edward Everett Hale."
Commencing Monday, County JDlerk
Cooper, will keep his offii'e open every
evening up to and including 5lay 14th,
to allow voters to register.
The county clerks office will be open
every evening until May 14th, for the
accommodation of mill employes and
others, unable to register in day-time.
Lumber for sale by E. E. Rich, 3
miles east of Soda Springs. Flooring
and rustic a specialty. All kinds of
lumber always on hand.
A. H.Rich, the Soda Springs saw
mill man, was in Oregon City on
Top buggy and single harness for sale
for &85. Buggy and harness but little
used and as good as new, Inquire at
Courier Herald office.
Correct Millinery at Lowest Price.
Miss Goldsmith. '
Ready to wear hats in all the latest
styles. Miss Goldsmith.
We offer the best value in Millinery
for the least money. At Miss Gold
smith's. H. C. Lucas and wife of Independence,
Kansas, are here visiting family of W.
A. Holmes this wt.ek. They may locate
1 C." H. Gale has bought interest of R.
Petzold in meat market and firm is now
Gale & Bethke.
Toilet Paper, special value, at Oiiar
man & Co., the cut Price Druggists.
4c a roll or 7 for 25c.
Potatoes are now quotdd at 15 cents
per dozen in the local market.
See Oharman & Co., Profit sharing"
advertisement. It will save you money.
A nice Bpan of mares, six years old,
for sale. J. T. or J. W. Dowty, Ourrins
Carl A. Patzlaff, of Prairie du Chien,
Wis., is in the city looking up a location
for a sawmill.
Mrs. Rebecca 8axe, of Whitewater,
Wis., mother of Mrs. O. A. Cheney ,died
on Sunday, der U-'d buthday.
King Spurgeon, of Clackamas Sta
tion, i to be the new superintendent of
the upper Clackamas hatchery.
A New Era farmer says that if Gov
ernor Geer had had a good crop of pota
toes be would probably have been re
nominated. ' William McLarty, of Ellworth, Wis.,
has opened a tailor shop next door to
Red Front, He comes ( highly recom
mended as a tailor.
Mfss Minnie Bevens, aged 29, died at
her home last Monday. The funeral
was held Tuesday, and the services
were conducted by Rev. A. J, Montgom
ery. The local union of the federation of
labor, held its regular weekly meet
ing at the A. O. U. W. hall Wednesday
night, and obligated about 30 new mem
bers. William McLarty this week opened a
tailor shop next do'r to the Red Front
Btore He is prepared to do cleaning,
repairing and anything in the tailoring
line. Call and see him.
Bob, the 3-4 Percehron, will Stan 1 at
Onk Grove stock larra this season.
Six dollars to insure with fold. His
colts can be seen at all ages from from
lour days to six years old. J. W. Dowty,
Ash Camp, W. O. W. of Milwaukie,
will dedicate their new hall on Tuesday
evening, May 6th, at 8 p. m. The
Lad es Circle will also join in rendering
program, celebrating the anniversary ol
their Order. Head Banker, C. V. Coop
er, will deliver the opening address.
At 10 p. m. the halt will be prepared
for dancing and there will be an oyster
supper served. Music will be furnish
ed by the Milwaukie band. The com
mittee in charge is O. Wissinger, John
H. Gibson and F. H.Lechler.
The fruit farms on Willamette river
bet een Portland and Oregon City ; also
stock and grain farms in Clackamas
county, five to twenty miles from Port
land for sale at reasonable prices and
upon easy termB. Inquiieot Commer
cial Bank, Oiegon City.
Rev. A. J. Montgomery and family
start for New York city next Monday,
where he will represent the Portland
synod at the Presbyterian general as
sembly. The general assembly of the
Presbyterian church is the highest ec
clesiastical and judicial court of the de
nomination. About 235 presbyteries
have representation in it. Last year
the number ot commissioners enrolled
was 652: ministers, 33G; elders, 216.
This year the total number of commis
sioners will be about 660. They will
represent presbyteries from almost ev
eryone of the states, besides many on
foreign soil. More will be given about
this matter later.
The teachers and students of the
Academy gave a surprise party to Mies
Myrtle Doremus on Saturday evening,
April 20. The occasion being her 15th
birthday. Games were played until a
late hour, when ire cream and cake were
served. They all left wishing their
hostess many happy returns of the day.
Ginterena Hornschuch died at Ely
on Tuesday, April 22d, aged 50 years, 7
months. She was buried on Thursday
last at 1 p. m., in the Mountain View
cematery. The funeral services were
held at the Ely church, Rev. A. A.
Emelbart offijiating. Mrs. Hornschuch
was held In high esteem by all who
knew her, andjwas a loyal member of
the Evangelical church. Her husband,
Edward H jrn-chuch, died seven years
ago. She leaves to mourn her depirr
ure, two sons, Carl Eieratnn and E 1
ward Hornschuch beside a host of rela
tives and friends.
1 ' ADAMS.
olden Rule Bazaar!
PLACE TO SAVE MONEY
Among the new goods received this week we men
tion the following:
Large Stock of Summer Dress Goods.
New Patterns in Ladies' Wrappers.
Novelties in Summer Neckwear.
Summer Underwear, all grades.
Five Cases of Men's Light Hats.
"Monarch" Soft Bosom Shirts.
12-oz. Copper Tea Kettles, Nickel Flatcd. '
Brown's "Star-Five-Star" Shoes.
Fancy Hosiery, for Men and Women.
Spalding's Base Ball Goods.
Complete line of Fishing Tackle.
Large stock of Fancy China," Vases.
Glass Table Sets and Water Sets.
Fancy Goods and Notions of all kino's.
(Solder Pkile (Bazaar
A committee from the woolen mill em
ployes union has been conferring with
President Jacobs, of the Oregon City
Manufacturing Company, and are fur
ther from a settlement than they were at
the beginning. The strikers have
strong support, and are not discouraged.
Bargain In the Latest Hats at Bed
Front Special Millinery Sale,
The only barber shop In the city em
ploying union labor, Parker, the barber.
The steamer Leona, which has been
overhauled and repainted by the Oregon
City Transportation Company, began
making regular trips between Oregon
City 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. The only
way landings are Mauone's park, Mel
drum's. Morevs. Bisleys and Oswego,
enabling the boat to tnakej rapid time
up and down the river. Tub tune tame
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 6:15 p. m.
Regular April Term Now in
Last Monday Judge McBride handed
several decisions. In the Fellows will
case the judgment of the probate court
was affimed in favor of the will. In
the matter of the Hiram Straight estate,
the ruling of the probate court, also was
The trial of Bob Gardner, charged
with robbing Hugh Miller, was set (or
Attorney Cross won his contention in
the McLean us Llndstrom case.
Nannie Comegys was granted a di
vorce from J. J. Comegys on the
ground of desertion.
A decree was entered in the divorce
suit of Ella vs Louis Lachmund, and
the plaintiff was granted the custody of
Gertrude Belle Ringler was granted a
divorce from Charles Ringler, and she
was permitted to resume her maiden
name, Stebbins. Tim minor child was
awarded to the care of the defendant.
Decrees have also been entered in the
following divorce suits from Multno
mah county: Manha vs Charles Schu
mucker, Isabella vs Robert Miller and
Martha vs George McFeeley.
Divorces also were granted in the fol
lowing cases; Lydia vs Alfred Kirk
ham, M. E. vs J. J. Evans and Rebecca
vs Charles L. SjIz.
We hnve filled thousands of prescriptions and
receipts during the past year, and doubtless a
" good share was for serious cases where much de
pended on purity of DRUGS and accuracy of
compounding. We never forget
In this matter and we don't want you to forget
skill and accuracy comes by long experience.
Our experience is of a 20 year quality. You can
avail yourself of it without extra cost.
We are sharing the profit with our customers; see our Cut- Prices:
With each l 00 bottle of Peruna we give you 26c back.
" " 1 00 bottle of Swamp Root we give you 20c back.
" " 1 00 bottle 0! Pinkham' Veg. Oomp. 26c back.
" "1 00 bottle of Herpicide we give you 30c back.
" " 1 00 bottle of Red Line Sarsaparilla 40c back.
" " 1 00 bottle of Wood's Sartiaparilla 45c back.
" " 25c bottle of Carter's Little Liver Pills 10c back.
20 per cent off on all Cameras and Perfumes.
We make the Price and you make the profit, you never get the
lowest prices until you get ours. Remember the laige drug store with
the small prices.
CHARMAN & CO.,
The Reliable Cut-Pnce Druggists.
Phone 13. Mail Orders Solicited.
Big Cash Store
SOCIAL EVEN IS.
Several Interesting Functions Dur
ing the Week.
MOUNT PLEASANT SCHOOL ENTERTAIN
MENT. Last Friday afternoon the school
year of the Mount Pleasant school
closed, and the event wrb celebrated
with an excellent entertainment. Mar--shall
Lnzelle was the only graduate from
the eighth grade, and he was presented
with a diploma by the principal, MIbb
O. D. Bradford. The program was
given by the pnpils of Miss Lou A 1 bee's
room, as well as Miss Bradford's, and
was substantially as follows: Song, by
girls; recitation, by Florence McCord;
recitation, Blanche Lee; recitation,
Rosa Clark; recitation, Ethel Holmes;
recitation, Charles Ames; march by lit
tle girls; a dialogue, "Behind the
Scenes;" recitation, Melba Kidder;
recitation, Stacy Ames; recitation,
Wilma Marrs; recitation, Arthur
Smith ; recitation, Lester Marrs.
The Derthic Club held its closing
meeting at the home of Mrs. Charles H.
Cau field last Monday night, for the sea
Turney gave one of his popular dances
at Willamette hall last Saturday night.
Miss Flora E. Rider and E. S. Jar
rett were married In New Era precinct
Wednesday at the home of the bride's
parents, Rev. A . J. Montgomery offici
ating. It is understood that the newly
married couple will live in Oregon City.
Marriage licenses were granted to
Eva Billington and Oscar Henderson on
April 30th, and to Mrs. Jennie Leo and
James E. Stone on the same date.
Probate Court Orders.
In the matter of the estate of William
P. Skirvin, deceased, J. O. Elliott, the
administrator, was granted an order to
issue a citation for sale of real property.
In the matter of the estate of Joseph
Voss, deceased, Jane Voss, the execu
trix, filed her final account, and June
3rd, was set as the date for hearing ob
jections to final settlement.
In the matter of the guardianship of
Maud Rowlee, a minor, W. W. Myers,
guardian, filed his final report, and was
discharged from his trust.
Edwin Bates was appointed adminis
trator of the estate of George Marshall,
Union Shop porcelain baths, Parker,