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OREGON CITY COURIER-HERALD, FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1902.
lack Goods Week I
attains in Profusion f
We have gathered here a collection of Black French
Dress Goods which we consider to be the richest and superior
in make, finish and quality to and ever shown inthe city of
Portland. Every woman1 is interested in fine black goods.
48-inch black French Moeambiqne
half silk, super extra quality;
very rich. Regular 4.00 values
60-inch English Unfinished Clay
Worsted ; regular $3.00 values",
60-inch Heavy All-Wool Meltons;
$2.00 value, $1.47 yard
$1 .25 value,
52-inch French Whip Cord ; XXX
superfine quality double warp;
finest imported, with a guarantee
attached to every yard ; regular
$3 50 quality, $2.97 yard
48-inch French Drapd'Alinajcele
brated for wear, finish and dur
ability; regular $1.75 value,
42-inch Melrose, which we guar
antee for wear, being quite fash
ionable and an up-to-date fabric ;
regular $1.25 value, Q7q yarfl
McAllen & McDonnell
EXCLUSIVE DRY GOODS IMPORTERS
THIRD and MORRISON . . . PORTLAND, OREGON
P. A. Baker, of Stafford, was in town
O. H. Pickett, of Salem, was in the
John P. Olson, of Highland, was in
the city Friday.
J. Wenger, of Salens, was a visitor in
the city Sunday.
J. O. Kirchem, of Logan, was in Ore
gon City Tuesday.
L, H. Vincent, of Wileonvslle, was in
the city Saturday.
Louis T. Barin, of Portland, was in
the city Saturday.
Dan Fellows, of Highland, was a vis
itor in town Monday.
E. C. Miller, of Molalia, was in town
during the past week.
L. O. Nightingale, of Wilhoit, was in
the city during the week.
Adolf Aschoff and son, of Marmot,
were in the city Tuesday.
Charles Gelbridge, of Macksburg, was
a visitor in the city Monday.
Henry H. Gregory and David Pen
man jr., were in town Friday.
S. O. Mitchell, of Sandy precinct, was
in town during the past week. '
James Guttridge, of Springwater, was
in the city Monday and Tuesday.
Mrs. R. A. Sanders went to BrownB
ville Saturday, where she will reside.
George Clark, of Clackamas, was a
visitor et the home of G. W. Grace last
Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Boynton, of
Woodburn, visited relatives here during
Paul Traglio was down from Salem,
and worked in the flouring mills during
the recent run .
Mrs. G. M. Strange, principal of the
Willsburg school, visited Mrs. Fred
R. J. Moore, of Molalia, was in the
citv Monday, visiting his daughter,
Mrs. O.D. Eby.
Mrs. G. W. Jones and her daughter.
Mrs. O. D. Austin, were visiting friends
in the city Thursday.
James Dickey arrived from Molalia
Tursday afternoon, and went to Port
land for a short visit.
Mr. and Mrs. H. L Patterson, of Sa
lem, were visiting friends in the city
Sunday and Monday.
W. D. Hankins, who has been in
Idaho for the past year, returned home
last Saturday evening. .
John Embree, of Silver Cliff, Marion
county, who wat visiting friends in Or
egon City, has returned home.
John Deniaon and R. H. Snodgrass,
two well known dairy farmers of Mead
owbrook, were in town Saturday,
P. M. Graves and O. D. Morris, of
Macksburg, and W. A. Woodside, of
Mulino, were in the city Saturday.
Ralph Dimick, who has been attend
ing school here for several months, has
returned to bis home at Hubbard.
Miss Adele Traglio, of Salem, who
had been visiting her brother, Peter
Traglio and family, returned home Sat
J. W. Redington, of the Sunday Ore
nian staff, accompanied by bis family,
visited Hon. C. B. Moores and famiiy
Hon. W. E. Grace, of Baker City,
grand master of she grand lodge of Ore
gon, visited his brother, G. W. Grace,
B. W. Walker and family left Tues
day for Oregon City, where he will work'
in the pulp mills. McMinnville Tele
phoneIlegister. Barney f lynn returned Monday night,
after several nionthB visit in the East.
He will probably go to Seattle, after a
few days visit here. A
Judson Howell, who is now an inmate
of the Odd Fellows new home, near
Portland, is visiting relatives and
friends here for a week.
A. Dull, of Hardy, is visiting his son,
near the city, and may conclude to lo
cate here, if favorably impressed, afjer
making an extended visit.
Mrs. John Lewthwaite and her
daughter, Miss Alice, returned Satur
day night from a visit of several weeks
duration to relatives in Stockton, Calif.
P. C. Miller and Perry Kahler, of
Molalia, were in town Monday. They
moved in Frank Adams and family,
who now occupy a residence on the
. W. A. Huntley, who is undergoing a
course of treatment in a Portland sani
tarium, was home Saturday fcr a short
visit. His health has considerably im
proved. Miss Mary Talbert, of Clackmaas, has
accepted the position as teacher of the
Baltimore school, has accepted the posi
tion of the Baltimore school. Grant's
O. R. Talcott,' proprietor of the min
eral paint works at Olympia, Wash.,
was in the city Monday visiting bis old
schoolmate, W. E. Bissell. They had
not met for 25 years.
Mrs. S. E. SUvenson arrived from
California Saturday morning, and is
visiting her brother, John Lewthwaite.
Mrs. Stevenson is on her way for a visit
to the Eastern States.
Miss Frankie Rauch, of Silverton,
who had been visiting relatives here,
returned hotie Monday evening. She
was a delegate to the Federation of
Women's Clubs in Portland.
W. W. Irvin returned from a trip to
Portland and Forest Grove, Monday.
Mr. Irvin has two daughters attending
the college at Forest Grove, and re
mained there over Sunday. Aurora
Superintendent J. W.Berriam, of the
Rogue River and Elk Creek hatcheries,
was in Medford Thursday. He brought
down bO, 000 salmon eggs, which he
shipped to the state of Maine. Jack
Mr. and Mrs. Willis Kramer, of Myr
tle Creek, visited relatives in the city
Sunday. Mr. Kramer is a democratic
candidate for representative from Doug
las county, and is extensively interested
in milling and mining.
Mrs. Sophia Miller and children,
were to have started for Eastern Ore
gon yesterday. She expects to locate
15 miles northeast of Dufur. L. Free
man has sold his place, and is going to
locate in the same locality.
Mrs. Robert A. Miller left Monday
night for Los Angeles, -Calif., Monday
mgbt to attend the National federation
of Women's Clubs, as a delegate , from
the Oregon Federation. She expects to
be absent for three weeks.
G. O. Kinney and family, well known
former residents of this vicinity, ar
rived from Florisand, Colo., Sunday,
All of Eastman's Kodaks at 20
per ct. discount from factory prices.
These are not second-hand or shop
worn goods, but new and up-to-date
Some of 190 Poco Cameras at
a special price. These instruments
have advanced 33 per ct. since last
year, and we were fortunate enough
to secure some of them just before
they advanced Better look into
these bargains before they are all
We give instructions free. Any
one wishing to do their own work
are always welcome to use our
Full Line of Supplies
For All Instruments
Burmeister & Andresen,
OREGON CITY JEWELERS
f if Jl' j
Are made from fabrics that have withstood
the most severe tests for strength and per
manent colors They are cut and tailored by
the best skilled workmen in York.
Prices : $4, $5, $6, $7.50,
$8, $9, $10, $11
For Dress Pants
$3.50, $4, $4.50, $5
FOR THE SWELL OUTING TROUSERS
Outing Suits... .
For 1902 are the dressiest warm
weather clothes we've ever carried
New Flannels, Worsteds, Serges, Home'
spuns, Crashes, Etc.
A splendid assortment now ready in all
the swell styles for the coming season
$9.00 to $18.00
mfEmcjEmrTms a clqtwjb
Lamest Clothiers in the Northwest . Fourth and Morrison Sts., Portland, Oregon.
After, visiting relatives at Willamette
Falls lor a few days, they expect to go to
Seattle to locate permanently.
Tr Ahatin. who has been emoloved
In tha wnnl.n mills for aboat a dozen
years past, left Friday, night to accept a
luoraMve position in San Francisco.
He was a relative ol the Browns and
Schuderman, former heavy stockholders
in tbe mill.
n 1 n War ton nf Sttlnm. nresid-
ing elder of this district, held quarterly
maofinn of tha Mnfhmlint. Eoisconal
church Saturday, and preached in the
pulpit Sunday. He was driven out to
Viola Monday Dy Kev. j. v. axon w
hold quarterly conference there.
f!Wl A. Fitch, of Chehalis. Wash..
arrived last week, and has taken a posi
tion with the Rustler staff. Mr. Fitch
was with us two months last summer,
and while here made many friends, who
know his ability as a newspaper man
and job printer. He will have charge
of tbe job department and needs no rec
ommendation from us at this time.
$ LOCAL NEWS ITEMS ;
The infant child of Dr. and Mrs.
R. B. Beatie has been very ill for sev
eral days with pneumonia.
The Clackamas County Teachers' As
sociation will hold its next regular
monthly meeting at Willamette Falls
on May 26th.
The lumber is being delivered on the
ground for a new cottage to be con
structed for J. W. Cole on his property
on Madison street, opposite Sliively's
The new wool suits for the Oregon
City baseball team have arrived, and
are on exhibition in Huntley's show
window. The padded jpanis ana me
shirts are red with white letters "O. O."
J. W. Blaney has opened a butcher
at the corner of Wth and Davis stteets.
out near the Southern Pacific car shopi
on the East Side, roruana. tie Biarueu
up last Saturday with an encouraging
A republican club was organized at
Wilsonrille Monday night. Chailes
Hansen was elected president, and
F. Baker, secretary. Addresses were
made by A. S. Dresser and Mayor Dim
ick. Messrs. Shank A Bissell went to
Clackamas Station Monday evening,
and prepared for burial James J. Arn
old, an old soldier, who had died there.
Tbe body was sent to Vancouver for
I interment. He was 62 years old.
I Wnrlr ia h in 17 muhed on Father Hil-
Iebrand's new home, and the handsome
structure is nearing completion. P.ans,
also are being made for a new addition
t tho fmnt nf St.. John's Catholic
cburch, which will double the seating
capacity of the auditorium.
J. M. Kendrick had a hearing in Jus
tice McAnulty's court Saturday, on a
charge of killing salmon in the Molalia,
near Canby, with dynamite. There was
no evidence to convict, and Kendrick
was discharged. Tbe arrest was made
at the instigation of Game Warden
Matt Huerth, of Parkplace, has in
vented b wire stretcher, that will
straighten out a wire 1,000 feet in
length, and do it better than any other
machine in use. Captain J. X. Apper
son ; tried ' it during the past week
stretching barbed wire for a new fence,
and it worked to perfection,
Mrs. Eliza Thompson, who died at
her home on Elliott Prairie, Wednes
day, the 16th, after a long illness, was
buried in the Hubbard cemetery Thurs
day. Services were held at the house,
and, also at the grave, conducted by
Rev. C. W. Welts, of Woodburn. A
large number of friends accompanied
the remains to the cemetery to pay
their last respect to the one thev bad
learned to love and' cherish Wood
burn Independent.' ',
County Superintendent Zinser, who
is a member of the executive commit
tee of the State Teachers Association,
is making arranements for special trans
portation facilities for the Clackamas
county delegation, to attend the state
convention, which will be held in Eu
gene 23-26. A special car may be char
tered for that purpose. Professor T. J.
Gary, principal of the West Oregon
City school, is on the program for a lec
ture on "Manual Training." This sub-
tect has heen made a special study by
dm. County Superintendent Zinser
will speak on the acceptance of school
clerks reports and attendant topics in
the department of superintendence.
The John Burroughs Society of Port
land, have sent out circulars, announc
ing that the Mrs. Rosa F. Burrell prizes
as awards to he given for the to the
classes of the highest grade in the ele
mentary schools of the state. Here Is
an o ip'ortunity for some Clackamas
county pupils to distinguish themselves.
The first prize is $20, and the second,
$8, which are awarded to those who can
name the most birds by sight and song,
and who can write a sufficiently excel
lent composition on the subject. The
relative markings for the two examina
tions will be, upon a scale of 100, 60 per
cent for the field test and 40 per cent for
the comnoiition test. That is actual
knowledge of the birds will count for
more than excellence in composition.
The competition is open to the clans
graduating in February as well as June.
The compositions must be in the hinds
of the John Burroughs 8ocieiy, 346
Yamhill street. Portland, Ore , not la
ter than June 1st. All who sen 1 compo
sitions to the secretary will be consid
ered as applicants for a field examina
tion, and the address of each writer
should be enclosed with the composi
tion. A prize of $25 is also offered for
the teacher whose pupils have the high
est average in the contest for the Bir
A basket social and entertainment
will be given at Hoodview schoolhouse
on the evening of May 2nd,
A la'ge lot of furniture and house-'
hold stuff arrived by boat at the O. R.
& N. dock on Tuesday evening for Ida
The hall of Warner Grange is now so
fully supplied with brand-new carpet
that during initiation no noisy footfall
on the wooden floor need disturb the
solemnity of the ceremony. As this
Grange has, during the long years of its
existence, accumulated more farm im
plements than it needs to cultivate its
glebe. It has presented Eagle Creek
Grange with a plow, and a handsome
one it is, too.
: LOCAL SUMMARY
Hot soda at the Kozy Eandy Kitchen.
A few watches for sale cheap at
Younger's. Watches cleaned, $1,
Lumber Leave orders at this offloe
for firBt-class lumber of all kinds, or ad
dress W. F. Harris. Beaver Creek,
Oregon. ' . ,, ,
Drs. R, B. and A. L. Beatie, dentists,
The Weekly bregonian gives all the
national news and the Courier-Herald
gives all local and county newo. Both
one year for Two Dollars.
When you visit Portland don't fail t
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. CheneyOregon City, Or.
Wanted To increase my list of farma
and lands for sale, in all parts of the
county. Lands owned by non-resident
represented and sold. H. E, Cross, At
torney at Law.
1HE DEPOT HOTEL is for rent or for
sale or xchange for real estate. In
quire of E. E. G. Seol.
320 A. Farm Six miles from Oregon
City ; 30 acres cleared, 9 acres orchard,
balance brush and t'mber; 27000 cords
of wood, wh'ch will tell for more than
the price of the place. House and barn.
Terms to suit. C. O. T. Williams, room
9, Barclay, building, Oregon City, Ore.
Don't pass ns by call in and got our
prices. Red FrontTrading Company.
Individuals' Money to Loan at 6 pet
cent and 7 per cent. Call on or write,
John W. Lodkr, Attorney at Law,
Stevens Bl'd'g. Oregon City, Oreg
Kozy Kandy Kitchen, up to date on
home-made candies and cigars.
See CHARMANS shot-to-pieces ad
vertisement; it will save you money. .
The T. 8. Townsend Creamery Co.
of 44 Second St, Portland, will Bell you
a cream seperator and take cream in ex
change. Milllnerv bargain at It d Front during
Attend Special Millinery Sale at Red
Makes the bread
Safeguards the food
Alum baking powder are the greatest
menacen to health of the present day.
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