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OREGON CITY COURIER-HERALD. FRIDAY, JUNE 13, 1902.
Mot Weather Specials
A Gigantic Sale
French Flannels and
CrePns Noveitiy Waistlngs
A light, all-wool French fabric. 42 in. Tn ,1 a- i
in gray, castor, blue and cream i 85c. ItmLA? ,V. a J"7 Prettv.RB-
quality; hot weather prices, to-day !BUQe.nt ' ,veit? bUQlmer waist-
and to-morrow, 7 'J15? at 8,De,c,al Pes. Styles and
5PMf . fed ht,y CnflDed t0U9in
Silk Sample Shirtwais's
Tafletas I 147 sample shirtwaists, purchased
A special line of 20 in. all pure silk iLJf "hirtwa'Bt nemu in
taffetas, variegated effects, elegant Amenca" 1 Per cent. Only one of
material ; for silk petticoats : 75c.and " V !' duPl'cate8. Correct cloths,
85c quality; closing totav, your end finish to date Your
choice, while they last, choice to day, while they last, at half
c,.,L prlce- The be8t vah,es on earth.
S3ctacl) Beat it it you can.
McAllen & McDonnell
EXCLUSIVE DRY GOODS IMPORTERS
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August Kreuger, was in town from
B. Sullivan, of Highland, was in Ore
gon City Tuesday.
A. D. Burnett, of Eagle Creek, was in
Oregon City Tuesday.
0 Bair, of Needy, was a viiitor in the
c ty during the week.
E. D. Stratford, of Roseburg, was in
the city during the week.
A. ftt. Shibley, of Springwater, was a
visitor in the city Tuesday.
P. A. Cochran, of Woodburn, was a
visitor in the city Saturday.
Boone Deakin, of Clackamas precinct,
is very ill with typhoid fever.
Mr. aud Mrs. William Boring, of Bor
ing, were in the city shopping Tuesday.
Eugene CumiiiB and family, of High
land, were viBilors in the city Tuesday.
Councilman H. C.'Gilmore and H.
Bissell, of Oanby, were in the city Tues
day. Mrs. Fred Warner, of Seattle, is vis
iting her sister-in-law, Mrs Thomas
C. M. Crittenden, a real estate dealer,
of Hubbard, was a visitor in the city
W. H. ConnFell, road supervisor i f
Milwaukie precinct, was a visitor in the
Mr. and Mrs. George H. Gregtry,
j r , of Molalla, w re visitors in the city
Miss "Vera Tull, who was visiting rel
atives here, returned to her home at
Mrs Dr. Calla B. Charlton and Mrs.
David Nelson, of Portland, were visitors
in the city Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Freytag, of Port
land, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Fred
J.Meyer, last Sunday. .
0. W. Robbins, of Molalla, wts In the
city Monday, looking after a lawsuit in
which he is interested.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Klar and Mr.
Mrs. Gibson, of Macksborg, were visit
ors in the city Saturday.
J. S. Risley was up from his Milwau
kie farm yei-terday, and reported that
hops and fruit were promising. '
Dr. J. Burt Moore, of the upper Sev
enth street drug store, has returned from
an extended business trip to California.
David Ehy and his eon, B. F.' Eby,
both of Harrisburg, are visiting Deputy
County Clerk 0. D. Eby, the. former's
Morton Latourette, who has been a
student at the University of Oregon for
the pit year, returned home Monday
Felix Eby, an attorney of Cottage
Grove, formerly of Woodburn, was in
attendance at the circuit court Tues
day. He is a brother of Deputy County
Miss Margaret Guttndge came in last
week from Oregon City, and will take
charge of a school, near Netarts. Tilla
Misses Jennie and Laura Peatie, of
teachers in the Pendleton schools, re
turned Saturday, and are visiting their
old home here.
Deacon D. C. Latourette and daugh
ter went to McMinnville Monday to at
tend the commencement exercises at
the Baptist college.
T. W. M.Clincy, of St. Helens, ac
companied by his daughter-in-law, Mrs.
Amelia McClincy, of Wilsonville, were
visitor; in the city Monday.
William Lacv has returned from
St. Johns, near Portland, where he was
employed putting machinery into a
new manufacturing plant.
Miss Jennie Noble, who his been a
teacher in the Corvallis schools for the
past year, returned home the first of the
week for the summer vacation.
Hon. and Mrs. Corwin S. 8hank and
child, of Seattle, visited his brother,
Weldon M. Shank Saturday, and went
to Cauby to visit other relatives.
Miss Zeida Goldsmith, of Eugene, ac
companied her niece, Miss Meta Gold
smith, arrived Monday and are visiting
the former's sisters, Mrs. M. Bollack
and the Misses Goldsmith.
John C. Bradley, Bert Stricklin, and
H. H. Eastman, the latter of New Era,
left Tuesday for Idaho, to join H. D.
Gradon's survevine oartv for the sea
son. Mr. Gradon is a brother-in-law of
Homer Trtillincrer and Warren Gray,
of Molalla, left Wednesday morning for
Thunder Mountain, Idaho. They go
Ketchum, Idaho, by train, and will go
from there to Thunder mountain with
Professor Holmes, formerly city su
perintendent of the Oregon City schools,
has been re-elected principal of the
Corvallis school. Miss Jennie Noble,
also of this city, has been re-elected
a grade teacher in that school.
G. W. Wonnacott, a prominent resi
dent of Riddle, Douglas county, was a
visitor in the city Saturday. He was a
delegate to the G. A. R. encampment at
Astoria, and also is. a delegate to the
Masonic grand lodge ia session in Port
land this week.
Mrs. Chamberlain, the newlv-elected
department secretary of the Relief
Corps, visited Mrs. George A. Harding,
the retiring department secretary Sun
day. Mrs. Chamberlain resides in
Portland, and she was accompanied by
Mr-t. Kelly and Mrs. Gilbert, of Hepp
ner Fred Warner, a student at the Uni.
varsity of Oregon, returned home last
Saturday night, while his cousin.
Charles, returned Sundav, having rode
down on his wheel. He made the trip
in little over a day. Roy Kelly returned
home from the University a couple of
Willard W. Austin left on his return
trip to Hamilton, Grant county, Wed
nesday. After the completion of his
school there, which will last six weeks
longer, Mr. Austin will return to his
farm at Logan. He also has been en
gaged to teach his old school, in district
Mr. and Mrs. F. M Ammen and son,
Albert left durirg the week for their
old home at Tygli Ridge, where they
have a fine farm. The many friends
they have made in Hood River will miss
them. Mr. Amen, it seems, likes wheat
firming better than strawberry raising.
Hood Kiver Glacier.
J. A. Talbert, of Clackamas, accom
panied by Matt Ryckman, left Tuesday
for the upper Mackenzie river in Lane
county, where they will establish a
state salmon hatchery. Mr. Talbert
was superintendent of the Umpqua
hatchery last year, and did very satis
We show an assortment of the fashionable suits in exclusive styles of
materials. The cloths from which we have had these garments made
Are Loosely Woven, Yet Firm,
which means comfort and durability. Variety of patterns and prices.
$9.35 to $18
Men's Fancy Waistcoats
Of washable materials,
$1.00 to $4.00
Infancy and plain balbriggans, linens, silks, mercerized cottons, Aus
tralian lambs' wool, etc., now - 50c. and np
A magnificent showing of genuine Panamas and high grade straws.
Panamas, $5, $8.50 and $1.
Straws, - $1 to $5.
Imitation Panamas, 75c to $10.
Full line of
Are as nearly perfect as it is possible for human
ingenuity and skill to make them
Here are some of the features of the J 902 models:
Lap Brazed Joints Outside Reinforcements
G & J Heavy Thread Tires Strongly Reinforced Fork
Light, Strong, Handsome, Durable and Easy Running
Prices $25 $30, $35, $40, $50 and $60.
e have a small stock of umbrellas left
which we are going to close out before1
the new ones come in and therefore offer
them at a big reduction:
$6 oo Umbrellas for $4 00
$5 00 " " $3 50
$4 00 " " l 75
$3 00 " " $2 00
$2 50 " $1 75
$2 00. " " $1 50
Please because we fit them right. Our
stock of solid g Id, gold filled, steel and
nickel . frames is complete. We have
them in all sizes to fit any face
We repair glasses. Our charges
If you have a pair which does not fit,
or needs straightening, come in and we
will do it free of charge while you wait
Eyes tested free
Burmeister & Andresen,
OREGON CITY JEWELERS'
Largest Clothiers in the Northwest
jfLmjiE price hatters a amim.
Fourth and Morrison Sts., Portland, Oregon.
L. W. Robbins, the Molalla merchant 1
was in Oregon City Tuesday.
Miss Anna Grimes, of Eugene,
was visiting friends here Tuesday.
J. H. Behymer, of Hubbard, formerly
postmaster at Redland, was in town
J. F. Montgomery returned Tuesday
from a visit to his father, K. Mont
gomery, who is very low with sickness
Mrs. Anna E. Ithoades, who has been
in Seattle for several months past, is
visiting her old home and relatives in
Mrs. Dan Lyons and son went to
Macksburg Tuesday afternoon to visit
the family of Casper Weismandel for a
Mrs. Florence L. Peterson and (on,
Earl, of Seattle, Wash., are visiting with
her brother, Edward France, and fam
ily, of Willamette.
G. A. Heinz. J. F. Clark A. W.
Cheney and William Wiight went
to Butte creek Tuesday for
a couple of days fishing.
Winnie Hill, who has been attending
a business college in Portland, was in
town during the week, and expects to
leave in a few days for his home in
Mrs. William Sheahan and children
and Mrs. Ed Sheahan, who have been
"initinit their parents, Mr. and Mrs
Joseph Kuerten, at Seattle, are ex
pected home this Thursday evening.
B. C. Miles, representative-elect, of
Yamhill county, was in town Tu esday,
on bis way to Salem to attend the com
mencement exercises of Willamette uni
versity. Hon. and Mrs. C. B. Moores went to
Salem Tuesday to attend the commence
ment exprcisrs of Willamette Univer
sity, both being alumni of that excel
lent educational institution. Mr.
Moores is on the program for an address.
Don Mel drum left Tuesday for Lake
county, where he will assist Rufus
Moore, of Klamath county, in executing
an extensive government sufvey.
He was accompanied by 8 D. Hedges
and Gwin Mclntyre, of Cherrvville, and
Ben Minton, of Portland. They went
by rail to Sumpter, and from there by
stage over the mountains.
M. F. Jacobs, of Hood River, a Grand
Army Veteran, was visiting his old
comrade, Columbus C. Babcock, during
the week. T- ey had not met for 30
years Mr. Jacobs recently removed
from Minnesota, and attended the Grand
Encampment at Astoria. Mr. Babcock
and Mr. Jacobs were both members of
the same Minnesota Company during
the civil war.
W. C. Campbell, of this city, was one
of the class who last week took the ex
amination before the supreme court for
admission to practice, and was succesf
ful. He now has a certificate permit
ting him to practice in all the State
courts. Mr. Campbell has not yet de
termined where he will locate, though
' herever he shall open an ollice it goes
without saying he will make a success.
The Dalles-Times Mountaineer. Mr.
Campbell is well known here, having
formerly been connected with the En
terprise as city editor.
Batten' erg rupplies and fine finish
ing braids at the Racket Store.
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Recorder Bruce 0. Curry is making
extensive improvements around bis
residence property on Washington and
F. S. Baker has the contract of exca
vating the dirt from the foundation for
Garde's new brick. The contract price
is about 21 cents per square yard.
Rev. J. E. Snyder, of Brownsville,
will fill the pulpit of the Presbyterian
church, next Sunday. It is 'expected
that the local Knights of Pythias will
attend the evening service in a body.
Dan Lyons has awarded the contract
of erecting two cottages on Water street
front at the rear of the Rambo saloon
building, to W. A. White for $2750.
Both buildings will be up-to-date struct
ures with attendant improvements.
Lawience Rucotiich has leased the
old Major Charman residence, and will
fit up the same for a lodging house. He
will occupy one of the rooms in the
new Garde building for a restaurant to
be run in connection with the lodging
The annual camp meeting of the
Methodist, church, south, will begin
at Molalla next Sunday, and continue
in session for 15 days. Rev. W. R
Hanson, of Georgia, will be in attend
ance, also Rev. J . W. Craig, of Inde
pendence. Everyone is welcome. Rev.
0. U. Cross has been arranging the de
tails of the meeting for some lime past.
Thomas Winesett, son of Mrs. 0. P.
Winesett, and Ohar'ea Nebergall, of
Portland, both blind boys, are giving a
series of concerts to raise funds to es
tablish an industrial school for the
blind of the northwest. The boys vis
ited here for several days, and left yes
terday for the south, intending to give
musical concerts at Molalla and Silver
ton. In speaking of the election in Mult
nomah county, the 8unday Welcome
says that the much-talked of labor vote
failed to arrive. The unions demon
strated Monday that all that has been
said in the past about them failing to
stand together was true. Not a single
man indorsed by the labor unioui was
elected through their efforts. The very
men who they declared they would fight
for former acts in which the union men
were given the worst of it, were elected
by big majorities.
The Oregon General Electric Com
pany, of Portland, who are nutting in a
water power generating electric plant
on the upper Clackamas, have filed sup
plementary articles of incorporation,
and changed its name to the Oregon
Water-Power and Railway Company.
The incorporators are: Fred S.Morris,
J. Frank Watson, A. B. Croasman,
W. H. Hulburt and William T. Muir.
It is expected that this company will
extend the Portland City & Oregon
Railway syptem to the upper Clacka
mas, surveyors already being in the
The County Board of Cammissioners
are seriously considering the matter of
removing the county recorder's ollice to
the the rear of the front room now oc
cupied by the county clerk. This
change will give the recorder more
room, and give him more easy access to
the vault. The change would give an
additional jury room upstairs, a nrich
needed convenience, as the school su
perintendent would remove his office to
the room now occupied by the recorder.
The proposed new location of the recor
der's ofhee, also would afford additional
security to the records in the vault, as
the recorder could see who is handling
Elaborate preparations are being
made for the Fourth of July celhration
to be held at Macksburg by the Macca
bees of Molalla and Macksburg. The
grand march of Maccabees will take
place at 10 a. m. One of the features of
the procession will be a liberty wagon,
drawn by an automobile. Fred J.
Meindl will be the orator of the day,
and there will be other speakers. The
Newberg band will play patriotic selec
tions. Tnere wilt be bicycle races,
sack, potato, shoe and stocking, egg,
boys and girl's races and liberal prizes
for all of them . Also a tug of war be
tween the Molalla and Macksburg tug
of war teams for a prize of $5. There
will be a prize of f 10 for a baseball
game. The committee having the af
fair in charge is F. M. Mathews, chair
man: W.E.Austin, secretary; Henry
uurtner, Albert Moshberger, a. N.
Everhart, D. Harms.
The spiritualist camp meeting will be
held at New Era from July 6th to July
21st, inclusive. Any information re
garding the same can be secured from
President George Lazelle, or Secretary
A. Luelling. The camp hotel will be In
charge of President Lazelle, and the
rates will be reasonable. Tents may be '
rented on the ground at 50o to $1 per
week. Ground rent for those bringing
tents, 60 cents to $1 for season, The
admission is 10 cents per day, or 25
cents for the season. A mong the prom
inent speakers, who will be in attend
ance are Rev. W. E. Copeland, of Bur
ley, Wash., and Rev. D. W. Hull, of
Norton, Kansas. The mediums en
gaged for the season are Mrs. Ladd Fin
nican and II. B. Allen. Sunday, July
21st, will be devoted to the considera
tion of the National Spiritual Associa
tion and State Organization.
HO! FOlt NE WPORT1
Oeyon'a Favorite Seaside Re
sort. ''Recognizing the advantage of New
port as a summer resort over other sea
side resorts in the northwest, and to
make it possible for all who desire to do
bo to spend their vacation by the ocean
waves, the Southern Pacific Company,
in connection with the Corvallis A
Eastern Railroad, will place on sale, ef
fective June 15th, round-trip tickets
from all points in Oregon on the South
ern Pacific to Newport, good for return
until October 10th, at specially reduced
rates. For full information please in
quire of your local agent."
Card off Thanks.
We desire to express our gratitude to
the many friends, who in so many ways
assisted us during the sickness and death
of our dear husband and father.
Mas. J. C. Taylor aid Family.
Don'tas us by call in and set our
prices. "Red Frout Trading Company.