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OREGON CITY COURIER-HERALD. FRIDAY, JUNE 13, 1902.
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Oregon City's Big Cash Store
Everything Priced on the small Profit, Quick Selling Plan
Coon & Arrow Collors
Brown' Shoe Co.
Star 5 Star Shoe
Base Ball Goods
Tin and Granite Ware
Ladies' Shirt Waists
And everything else usually found in a Progressive Department Store
fireworks-Extra Quality, New Goods, Large Stock
It Pays to Trade With the Big Store. We Buy and e!l for Cash Only
Golden Rule Bazaar
Oregon City, Oregon
Our facilities for handling
checking accounts are a
mong the very best; and
we invite you to place
yourself in position to en
Bank of Oregon City
100,000 Rolls of Wall Pa
per at 5c per double roll at
W. L. Block, The Home-
furnisher, opposite P. O.
I. Long, of Oswego, was ia Oregon
C. Sarver, ofGarfield, was a viiitor 1 i
the city Wadnediy.
E. Selby, a well known resident of
Canby, was in town Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Willev and
children are visiting relatives here for a
Mrs. L L Porter, of Oregon City, is
expected Friday fur Commencement.
Mrs. H. Heminingsen, who had been
visiting friends at Hubbard, returned
G. C. Armstrong and his daughter,
Mrs. W. H. Bonney, of Kedland, were
i n town Wednesday
'State Superintendent of Public In
struction J. H. Ackermau, of Silem,
wasjin the ci.y Wednesdny.
Miss Iwra Beatie has been elected
principal of the Glencoe department of
the -Mount Tabor public school.
Mrs. Noth Hriiple and daughter, Miss
fUra. of Currinsville, were visiting
Mrs. C. J. Parser, during the weik
Mrs. A. W Woeker, of Seattle, ia
visiting Iter brother, O. B. Frissell,
Southern Pacific station ajent here.
sergeant, Private Chapman ; first cor
poral, Private Hoffman ; second corpo
ral, Private Holt j third corporal, Pri
vate Boylan; fourth corporal, Private
Miles; fifth corporal, Private Lee; sixth
corporal, Private McKillican; musi
cians, F. and L. Confer. The quarterly
inspection and muster will take place
on Friday, May 20.
Mr. Hawley, one of the old settlers of
Logan, was in the city on Wednesday.
Georee H. Himes.of Portiand.the Ore
gon historian, was in the city on Thurs
day. Next Tuesday evening, the Epworth
League will give a Btrawberrv social in
the lecture room of the Methodist
church. Admission free.
Remember the Ah Moteh Fieeta at
Rose Farm, Friday evening, July 13.
Good program has been arranged. Ad
mission 10 cents. Carriages leave from .'
residence of H. S. Moody from 7 to
At the International straw! erry Fete
the hostesses representing different na
tions by their costumes and table fur
nishings will be as follows : America,
Mrs. Charles Albright; Ireland, Mrs. O
D. Latourette; Spain, Mrs. O. H. Cau
field; Holland, Mrs. R. D. Wileon; Ja
pan, Mis. May Thomas. An appropri
ate and pleasing program has been pre
pared, and the public is offered an eve
ning full of enjoyable surprises. Wil
lamette hall, June 18. Admission 15
cents. Strawberries and cake 10 cents
Ice cream and candy will also be for
County Superintendent Zinser has is
sued diplomas to tin following pupils of
Clackamas county schools, who have
passed the eighth grade examinations :
Payn Everett Green, Huldah Kanne;
Zfest Oregon City Dot-aid Shaw, Bessie
Sbobe, Robert Ingram, Frances Wilkin
son, Verne Batdorf ; Willamette Falls
Mae Eggs. Tillie Schafer, Harry Berdine;
Mulino Royal Trullinger ; Canby BeB
sie Sleight ; Highland Sarah Edna Gard,
Stafford Ernest Neiff ; Canby Lillie M.
Lucke ; Oanemah Malcolm Telford, Lil
lie Hacker; Osweo Lona Small, Edna
Ooone, Myrtle White, Ethel Thompson,
Walter Cotirter; Canby Kate Hamp
ton, Annette Wait ; Logan Anna Olson ;
Milwaukle L'luis Demeuther, Delia
Taylor, Harry West, Martha Birkemeir;
Currinsville Lydia Steinman; Macks
burg Ralph Gribble.
REAP! fOig biz
Reliable Druggists New Eru Store
We beg to announce to the people of Oregon City and
Clackamas County that we have opened a fir.it-class Drug
Store in this city, opposite I. Selling's, where we are making a
specialty of preparing Physicians Prescripf'ons.'
"Necessity is the mother of invention" "Dissatisfac
tion the father f progress" the enormous prices which the
people of this vicinity have had to pay for Drugs, especially
for filling prescriptions, has necessitated the opening of a New
Drug Store where this work can be promptly and accurately
prepared at a reasonable price.
It is a well know fact, that we have always advocated
a lower scale of prices for all Drugs and Medicines than has
existed between the druggists ot this town, consequently our
advent into the Drug business has caused a great shaking and
tumbling of high prices in patent medicines although there
has been a reduction of io to 50 per cent in some cases they
are not yet low enough to meet our idea of modern Drug prices
and down they go about 10 per cent lower.
Our fresh stock of Drugs is not to be compared with
the old pioneer stock now offered in this town at clearance sale.
However we will meet any cut made in the Drug Line, and in
some cases can go a little lower than all other prices. Better
trade where you know the stock is all fresh and pure.
Remember this is the only drug store which delivers
all goods sold to any part of the city.
, HOWELL & JONES
THE RELIABLE DRUGGISTS
Mr. and Mr a ft W TTtitnKinaAn awA
daughter, Misa Athleen, of Highland,
were visitors in me city Wednesday.
visiting Mrs. Casper Weismandel at
Macksburg, returned home yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lon Doolittle and son,
of Seattle. nrrivnH W, In nolav ni'.ht
and are visiting relatives here for a few'
Rev. Charles and family, of Freewi
ter, Or., who were visiting Professor
W. H. Davis and family, left yesterday
Miss Pearl Tyndall, of Mountain
Home. Idaho, who attended McMinn
ville College, during the past year, is
visiting Miss Jessie Porter at Cauemah.
J. C. Zinser, Postmaster Horton, J. H.
-Walker and Judge Ryan attended the
grand concovation of the R yal Arch
Masons in Portland Monday. Judge
was elected grand king.
R'V. A. S. Copley and family, for
merlyofthis city, hav removed from
Salem to Oakland, Calif., and Rev. Cop
ley has written to have his Courier
Herald sent to 1319 Grom street.
Kenneth Latourette, E A. Smith.
Jessie Porter, Mary Pursiful, and
Charles Rutherford, of Highland, all re
turned home from McMinnvi la College
yesterday, having completed their
school work for the year.
A. Ketchum, a stockman of Oolby,
Kansas, accompanied by his daughter,
is visiting his son, E. P. Ketchum. of
this city, for a couple of monthe. He is
favorably inipreHged with the country,
and may conuluda to locate here.
A Fine One for New Era.
Mr. A. C. Scheer.nf NeT Era, who con
templates moving to Grass Valley in the
near futuie, fins ordered from Eilers
Piano House of 351 Washington Street,
Portland, Oregon, one of the famous
Kimball pianos.similar to the one which
took first prize at the Ciiicago World's
Fair. He selected this piano after a
thorough investigation of all the leading
pianos on the market.
See Charman & Co.'s new advertise
ment. It will save you money.
Knights of Pythias Elect Netv
Officers, and Will AtUnd
Church Next Sunday
Cataract Lodg No. 36. Knights of
Pythias, elected the following new of
ficers Wednesday night: Chancellor
Commander, W", B. Zum,walt; vice chan
cellor, M P. Chapman ; prelate, Elmer
Lankins; master-at-work, B. M. Doo
little; master-at-arms, Otto Erickson;
1 e 'per of record and seal. II. Lankins;
master of finance, W. Fry; master of
exchequer, W.J. Wilson ; inside enard,
Joe Fromong; outside guard, S. O. Dili
man. At this meeting a resolution was
pisied to accept an invitation to attend
the Presbyterian church in a body next
CASTOR I A
Por Infants and Children.
The Kind Yea Havs Always Bought
J LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Hammocks and croquet sets 75c up.
Get them at Huntley's book store.
The little daughter of Frank Notz,
died near Clackamas Station last Satur
day. The Willamette Falls school wilt close
tonight. A list of the graduates can be
found in aliother .column.
The Clackamas Station baseball team
defeated the Mount Tabor team last
Sunday by a score of 21 to 17.
Free lecture to women Friday, June
13, at 2 p. m at Willamette hall. Dr.
Jennie French, Electric hotel,
Senator Brownell and C. H. Dve
were members of the A O. U. W. re
ception committee to the Supreme
Lodge in Portland Monday evening.
Oregon Citv is pretty well represented
at the Masonic g therings in Portland
this week, Mrs. Henry Meld rum is
erind Esther, of the Eastern Star con
County Clerk Cooper, Justice Mc
ANulty and Justice Funk, of Redland,
completed the official count of the elec
tion votes cast in Clackamas county.
The total number of ballots cast was
A Special car will . go from here to
Eugene carrying those who desire to
attend the State Teachers' Association
June 23-28, for a round trip rate of
$3 90. Anyone can go whether teachers
The news has been received that Mrs.
E. H. Whitlock, who recently went to
New York City, died there on June
4th. She was bu'ied in the family bur
ying eround at Warwick on the follow
Major A Harris, of San Francisco,
and Major R. Dubbin, of Portland, will
give a steropticon lecture under the aus
pices of the Salvation Army at Willam
ette hall next Tuesday. The principal
lecture will be "Darkest. America. Side
lights from Hawaii." There also will be
some illustrated songs. The adm'ssion
will be 10 cents.
R. Koerner, J. H Walker, T. F.
Ryan, Charles Albright and George A.
Harding are the candidates for school
din-rtors to be voted for next Monday.
J. W. Loder also was nominated by pe
tition, but ssy he will not run. There
are three directors to b elected.
C. O. T. Williams will have no opposi
tion for re-election as clerk.
Professor T. J. Gary ha again bfen
re-Oected principal of the West Oregon
City school, and Bessie -Grant, Jessie
Humphrys and Margaret Goodfellow
were re-elected grade teachers. Miss
Martha Sturchler, of Clackamas pre
cinct, was the only new teacher elected.
The program of graduating exercises
was curried out Monday night as pre
viously mentioned in this paper last
week The West Oregon City school
does the best work of any school in the
Captain II. Leihton Kelly, of Com
pany A, Third regiment, O.N.G.has
ma le the following appointments: First
sergeant. Serjeant Kuehl ; qnartermas
ter sergeant, Private T. J. MiMer; third
sergeant, Corpor l Needham; fourth
serg ant. C'Tpordl McFarland; fifth
This One Has Many Tones
Mr Herman Anthony, of New Era,
has just purchased from fillers Piano
House, 351 Washington Street, Portland,
Uregon, one ot the lamous YVeeer Or
chestral Pianos" and expresses himself
as del'ghted with It. This is one of the
pianos which show the marvel us im
provemen s that have been made in mu
sical instruments during the last few
years, beiug arranged to perfectly imi
tate the tones of the mandolin, guitar,
zither, banjo, etc., besides possessing a
beautiful regular piano tone quality.
The Crack Stanford Team Will
Play Oregon City at
Willamette Field Sunday.
Next Sunday promises to be the great
est baseball game ever played in Oregon
Cty. The crack Stanford team of Cali
fornia will play the Oregon City team
at Willamette field at 3 p.m. It will
be the greatest baseball event that ever
transpired in Oregon City, and hundreds
of people will be up from Portland to
see the game. The game will show
what the Oregon City boys can do in
lining up with the greatest team of base
ball players on the Pacific coast. People
who miss this game will fail to take one
of the advantages of a life time. Satur
day the Oiegon City boys will play a
state league game with Upchurch in
Portland. The Oreg m City team won a
brilliant victory over the Monograms
last Sunday, by a score of 12 to 2. The
greatest feature of the game was Califf's
Following was the line up and score:
Davis, 3b ... 5
iTiie signature is on every box ot the genuine
Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets
he remedy that ctirea n cold In nn daj
C. S. SEAMANN, M. D-
Physician, Surgeon and Oculist
Office in Barclay Building, Cor. Main and 7th Sts.
Calls Answered Prompily Day or Night
OREGON CITY, OREGON
Lee, If 5
Young, lb ... . 5
Martin, c i
Graham, rf 4
Rapp, cf 5
Califf, p 4
Totals 41 12 15
Zan.c '. ,.5
Parrott, lb 4
Oliver, 2b 3
Andereon.cf .... 3
Lavier, as .4
Wickersham, If . . .4
Jacobs, rf 4
Harking, p 4
p. 0. a. e.
0 2 2
6 0 0
4 2 1
12 3 1
1 0 0
0 0 0
0 3 0
27 11 4
p. 0. . e.
5 1 1
6 2 1
2 4 2
2 2 1
2 0 0
1 0 0
4 0 0
1 0 0
2 1 0
24 11 5
On any thing in the drug line is quite apt to be a little higher
than our price. Our first aim is to see that you get good goods
and get what you ask for. Our next aLn and effort is to SAVE
you something on the COST.
No one ever will or can sell you for less than our Prices.
We save for you not only on a few loudly heralded items but on
almost everything druggists sell.
Totals 31 2
SCORE BY INNINGS.
Oregon City 1 1 2 3 0203 12
Monograms 02000000 02
Bases on balls Off Califf, 4.
Hit by pitcher By Califf, 1 ; by liar
Struck out By Califf, 11 ; by Harkins,
Two base hits Lavier, Wickersham.
Sacrifice hit A. Parrott.
Stolen bases Parrott, Martin, Rapp
(2), Zan (3), Young (3).
Time of game 1 bour and 35 min
utes . ,
Another for Mr. Ifanney.
A special representative of Eilers'
Piano House, Portland's leading musical
instrument dealers, who are doing such
a remarkably large, piano and organ
business, has just delivered one of the
beautiful Cabinet Grand Kimball pianos
to J. R. Ilanney, of this city. The in
strument has a superb and most mass
ive mahogany case, and is exactly simi
lar to the style of the Kimball p'ano
which took the first prize and gold medal
at the recent Omaha Exposition. The
Kimball, as is well known, won first
honors at the Chicago World's Fair in
1893 At Buffalo the Kimball display
attracted universally, favorable com
ment, but as only a few of the cheaper
makes of pianos were on exhibition, the
Kimball was placed for exhibition pur
2 for 25c
Every Day Prices
Cut Prices on Patent Medicines
$lHawley's Catarrh Cure 70C
$1 Swamp Root , 8 OC
35c. Castoria (genuine) 24C
25c. Carter's Little Liver rills ... . 15C
Ml $1 ABthma Cures 85C
$1 Pierce's Golden Discovery '(
$1 Piece's Favorite Prescription. 75C
25c. Porous Plasters 1 OC
$1 Pinkham's Vegetable Comp'nd 74C
25c. Pierce's Pellets 15C
$1 Shoop's Medicines 85C
25c. Pears' Soap V 1 5 C
$1 Paine's Celery Compound 80C
30c. Fry's Squirrel Poison 20C
50c. Waklee'a Squirrel Poison .... 30C
(1 Wood's Sarsaparilla only 55C
$1 Red Line Sarsaparilla . . . .only 60C
25c. Condition Powders 20C
$1 Tansy Pills... 85C
25c. Cuticura Soap 18C
50c. Electric Bitters 40C
$1 Electric Bitters 80C
Snaps in Cameras
$3 Cyclone Magazine, almost new 5.00
$1 Brownie Camera 80
20 Pretno"A" 15.00
Stamp Card Mounts per doz. 5C
Brownie ' " exha fine, " IOC
An endless variety of 4x5 and 5x7 mounts
all colors, at special prices.
Sponges, nsual price 5c, cut price 4C
Sponges, 10c regular now 5C
Tooth Brushes, 10c, 15c, 20c, 25o
35c. regular; now Sc., 10c, 15c, 25c.
Knives and Razors, reduced from
10 to 20 per cent.
Ste our Guaranteed Razor. ...... 1.50
7 for 25c
2 pkg. 5c
CHARMAN & CO.
CITY DRUG STORE
CUT PRICE RELIABLE DRUGGISTS
Phone 13. Mail Orders Solicited.