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OREGON CITY COURIER-HERALD. FRIDAY, JUNE 27, 1902.
uoiaen nuie Bazaar
Oregon City's Big Cash Store
Large Stock of all the
Latest novelties in Ttreworks just Received
Special Sale of Fishing and Base Ball Goods
WE FEEL SUiSE
of our ability to handle your banking
business to your satisfaction. We
shall be glad of an opportunity to talk
THE BANK OE OREGON CITY
Oregon Ctiy, Oregon
WANTED To increase my 1
and lands for sale, in all
r list of far ma
11 parts of the
county. Lands owned by non-residents
represented and sold. H. Er Cross, At
torney at Law.
J70R SALE 500 tracts of land. In
quire of 0. A. Cheney, Oregon City.
TOR SALE Thoroughbred Holstein
Freisian bull, 10 montoB old, aire and
dam Registered, or will exchange for No.
1 milch cow. Address ChaB. N. Wait,
POR SALE Finishing Lumber by J.
A. Jones at his mill on the Ahernethy,
2 miles east of Oregon City. The mill
and machinery is also for sale, including
40-horses ingine and boiler. Address J.
A. Jones, Oregon City.
JK)R SALE On the installment plan,
if so desired, good 5 room house, cor
ner 3rd and Jefferson streets ; sewer con
nections and healthy location. Apply to
R, Koerner, corner 4th and Jefferson sts.
POR SALE Lots 10 and 15 in blk. 7,
Shaw's First Addition to Oregon City,
usually called Green Point. There are
a dozen bearing cherry trees on the lots.
Price $225. William-Newman and family
live on a lot adjoing the above and will
show them. For further particulars in
quire of Joseph Burgholzer, Buxton,
Washington county, Oregon.
by W. W.
-Good grades Angora goats
Irvin, Aurora, Or,
MONEY TO LOIN on approved real
estate and chattle security. G. B.
Dimick, Attorney-at-Law, Stevens Build
ing, Oregon City, Oregon.
SEALED BIDS solicited, for the carpen
ter work for a barn 30x40, 20 foot
po?ts. Specifications can be had at mill
or by mall; bids to be in by 28th. Riant
reserved to reject any and all bids.
Lindsley & Son, Cams, Oieeon.
INDIVIDUALS j MONdSY to Loan to
you at 6 per cent and 7 per cent on
land or chattelp; also a good farms for
"sale worth $5000 each. $000 of city
money on approved security. Joiin W.
Loder, Attoraev-at-Law, Oregon City.
J.UMBER FOR SALE by E.
3 miles east of Soda Springs,
and rustic a specialty. All
lumber always on hand.
T.UMBER Leave orders at this office
for first-class lumber of all kinds, or
address W. F. Hakris. Beaver Creek,
TJOB, tho 3-4 Pereheron, will stand at
Oak Grove stock larm this season.
Six dollars to insure with fold. Will
show his colts with any horse in state.
J. W. Djwty, Currinsville, Or.
Hot soda at the Kozy Kandy Kitchen
A few watches for sale cheap
Younger's. Watches cleaned, $1.
Drs. R. B. and A, L. Beatie, dentists,
Prices to suit you all Millinery at Red
When you visit Portland don't fail to
tret vour meals at the Royal Restaurant,
First and Madison. They serve an ex
cellent meal at a moderate price ; a good
square meal, 15c.
When Sickness Comes
to the head of the family the bread
the omuipresent thought is
'Have I safelv provided for the wife
aud little ones?"
Nine times out of ten, "No" is the
answer. It is then too late, however, to
do anything. The essential thing to do
is to prepare now for what may occui at
any time. An investigation of the Mas
sachusetts Mutual's new policies and
bonds, will, without a doubt, bring to
jour notice a contract that will exactly
suit your case.
If interested, send a postal, giving,
your name, address, ocenpaton and date
of birth, when an illustration will be
sent yon, showing exactly what the
company will do for you. No guess
work about it, as the dividends are paid
annually and not witLheld for.twenty
vears or so, and then not paid unless
the contract is in force at that time.
, II. G. Colton,
Manager Pacific Coast Dept ,
Chamber of Commerce,
8 PERSONALS g
Hon. C. B. Moores visited Salem
A. Krueger, of Logan, was in Oregon'
Miss Vesta Broughton spent Sunday
in Oregon City.
. Rev. Peter Bott has moved from Shu
bel to Parkplace.
Miss Mary Hairis has returned from
a short vacation.
JR. A. Woodside, of Mulino, visited
George Reuck, of Barlow, was in Ore
gon City Monday.
Hiram Wilson, of Portland, spent
Sunday in Oregon City .
Mrs. Chris Hartman is recovering
from her recent illness.
Louis Funk, of Redland, was in town
Tuesday on business.
John Wise, of Milwaukie, was in Ore
gon City Wednesday.
G. H. WebBter, of Clackamai, was in
Oregon City Thursday.
F. Croner, of Macleay, is visiting his
brother, Charles Croner.
Miss May Wishart returned to her
home at Montavilla Sunday.
O. T. Kay, of Meadowbrook, was an
Ort-gon City visitor Saturday .
Mrs. Hixon, of Seattle, is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. R. L. Holman.
K. II. Gabbert has gone to St. Helens
to take chargu of the Mist as owner. ,
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Cooper, of- Mead
owbrook, ere in Oregjn City Saturday,
Dr. Goucher and P. P. Murphy, of
Mulino, were in Oregon City Wednes
Mies Wattross returned from Salem
Wednesday after a two weeks' visit with
Miss Fisher, of The Dalles, was the
guest of the Misses Caufleld the fir st of
VV. H. Vaunhan, tha democratic war
horse of Molalli, was in O.egon City
Mrs. M Walls, of Portland, is visiting
her parents, Mr, and Mrs. R. G. Porter,
Mrs. Thomas Fields attended the
Rebekah institution ceremonies at
L. W. Robbins, the Molalla merchant,
was doing business in Portland and Ore
gon City Tueeday .
Misa Dorothy Chase left Wednesday
evening tor can francisco where she.
has accepted a position.
Miss Bessie Kelly returned Saturday
from Eugene, where she has been at
tending the state university.
Mrs Mary McCarver returned from
Portland Sunday after spending a week
with her son, Harry, in Albina.
The Misses Adams, of Eugene, who
have been visiting friends here, returned
to their home Wednesday morning.
Joe and Frank Alldredge returned
Monday from Hood River where they
have been picking strawberries for the
past two weeks.
W. W. Brooks and wife, of Portland,
spent Tuesday and Wednesday in this
city attending the Baptist association.
Mr. Brooks was formerly reporter on
George W. Bibee, of Sheridan, the
newly appointed receiver of the U, S.
land office at Oregon City, was in this
city Wednesday. He expects to relieve
Hon. Wm. Galloway on July 1.
Miss Millie Grant, after a week's visit
with relatives here, left for Portland
Sunday where Bhe will remain for a few
days and will then go to her home at
Scappoose to remain for the summer.
Miss Ethel L. Force, critic teacher of
the Monmouth training department,
accompanied by Mrs. Viola M. Godfrey,
of Oregon City, and Misses Mona East
and Neva Whitney, of the June '02 class
of the state normal, left Monmouth on
Wednesday morning for Eugene to at
tena the state teachers' association to
be held there this week.
1 LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
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'Golden Rule Bazaar, Headquarters
Grand clearance sale of millinery.
The funeral of Thomas Chuck,
Oswego, was held Tuesday.
N Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Tate on Mon
day, June 23, a 11 pound boy.
Everything in tile millinery line must
go before July 4. Miss Goldsmith.
License to wed was granted on 24th to
Fannie S. Eymanand A. B. Kammerer.
The Oregon City Transportation Co.
lost its new boat in Sunday's fire. Loss
The new house of Wallace Cole's, op
posite Shively's hall, was built for S. J.
The Portland high school alumni ex
pects to have an outing at Canemah park
A new square front is placed on
Young's livery stable i which improves
its looks very much.
The street car company has postea
Trimmed l a's.
Great bf.rainf. ies
Is Golf Catching
on the popular favor? It seems to be.
A noticeable increase in sles of Pain
ki ler comes from golf districts. The
reason for this clear, as Perry Davis'
Painkiller is the oldest and best remedy
extant for sprains, strains, bruises and
sorenees, all of which are of common
occurrence, either in vigorous play or
through accident. Everywhere ' the
standard liniment and balm.
circulars aBking patrons to patronize the
boats until ihe strike is Beiiieu.
The Sunday school pupils of the Epis
copal church were given a picnic at
Willamette Falls last Saturday.
Flowers, silk and fancy trimmings.
Special offerings Misa Goldsmith.
C. W. Hayhurst and Lizzie Evans
were married at residence of Judge Wm.
Galloway at Parkplace Wednesday even
ing. I -;
W. A. White is building two houses
for Dan Lvons on his lot back of; the
nh.rman "hlnck. The two houses will
cost about $3000.
The large dairy barn, being built bv
Josi Bros. & Scherruble on the old John
ivivnrs nln.ee. south of Elv, is fast near-
A npit.ition has been circulated and
numerously Bigned asking the Southern
Pacific Co. to put on local trains between
Oregon City and Portland.
hanflhall crounds this side of
Canemah park are nearly finished, and
it is expected that the game on the
Fourth will be played there.
Rev. George Yung, of Lenexa, Kan.,
who was called by Zion's Evangelical
Lutheran congregation at uregon uuy,
is expected to arrive Saturday evening,
The 54th annual session of the Wil
lamette Baptist Association ended Wed
nesday. Rev. A. .Blackburn waB elected
moderator for the ensuing year. W. W.
Brooks is the retiring official.
The old Charnun residence, near the
suspension bridge, which was moved
back to make room for the new brick is
being repainted and will be occupied by
L. Ruconich as a boarding house.
The Textile Workers initiated ten new
members Tuesday night. The meeting
terminated with a social entertainment,
with tie Telford children, MiasOwnbey,
Mr. Curtis and Mr. F. Marley on the
The strawberry crop is unusually light
this year and it is hard to get berries for
housewives to can. The' canneries
bought up all the Canby crop and the
local growers were unable to supply the
John F. Clark, the abstracter, has
purchased the Donaldson propeity on
the West Side, and will move in next
Wednesday. This is one of the best
places on tne West Side, and is a desira
The O. C. T. Co. was to put on a second
boat, the Gray Eagle, between Oregon
City and Portland on account of the
street car strike Thursday morning, but
the first trip she ran on a snag aud bad
to be beached for awhile.
Company A was inspected Monday
evening in itH new Kahhai uniforms.
Capt. H. L. Kelly, 1st Lieut. Fred Hum
phreys and 2d Lieut (-'has. Burns have
received their commissions. The com
pany now has 63 members.
Dr. Seamann has purchased of Cham
bers Howell the residence now occupied
by J. F. Clark Thin is a fine house and
is located nearly opposite the Barclay
school on Eleventh street. He will oc
cupy the property next Wednesday.
If you need a hat don't wait, but call
early and get a bargain. Miss Goldsmith.
The following Oregon Cityites were
elected to positions in the Portland
schools: Helen Barck, P.M. Weddell,
Mrs. II. B. Rinearsou, Fannie G. Por
ter, May Kelly, Lorene Ackerman, Grace
Baird, Metta C.Brown, Ana Baird, Kate
Porter and Sade Chase.
All lovers of baseball will be pleased
to learn that Manager T. P. Randall haB
secured a game between the Fidelity a"d
the Oregon City teams for next Sunday.
The Oregon Oitv team beat Upchurcb in
Portland last Sunday by a score of 8
Federal Union, No. 97C8, of Oregon
City, will hold a carnival on next Labor
Dev. Sent. 1. John C. Chase. the"shoe-
maker" mayor of Haverhill, Mass., will
be the orator of the day. J. II Howard
haa been appointed grand manager of
Christian Science services are held in
Red Men's hall every Sunday morning
at 11 o'clock. Subject for Sunday, June
29, 1902, "Christian Science." Sunday
school at 12 o'clock. Wednesday even
ing meeting at 8 o'clock. To theee ser
vices all are welcome.
On Rundav mornine. Julv B. at 10:30. Grant,
a farewell sermon will be preached by (Myrtle
the present pastor ot lion's cnurcn,
Rev. E. Meyer, who has accepted a call
to Immanuel's Evangelical Lutheran
church at San Jose, California. Father
George Yorg will then assume pastoral
charge of the congregation.
The Sunday school of Zion's Evangel
ical Lutherau church will celebrate their
children's day in the open air next Sun
day, beginning at 2:30 p m., in the
grove of Mr. Rakel, at Canemah. All
are cordially invited to attend these ser
vices. On Sunday morning the usual
services will be held at Zion's church.
The goddess of liberty contest closes
Saturday. Miss MilBtead leads, with
Mrs. Catla a close second. "
Golden Rule Bazaar, Oregon City's
Big Cash Store is the place to save
money on Flags, Bunting and Fireworks.
The Fourth of July Committee re
quests that all business houses and resi
dences along Main street, and also along
Seventh and Center streets on the hill,
decorate with bunting and flags as much
as possible. The procession will move
on those streets to the grandstand where
the exercises will be held.
The Congregational church will cele
brate children's day on the coming Sun
day. The pastor will preach a sermon
to the Sunday bcooI at 10:30 a. m., and
at 7:45 p. m. A very pleasing patriotic
service will be rendered bv the children.
The decorations will be entirely new
this year. All are invited to enjoy the
services of the day.
Court Mount Hood, A. O. F , installed
the following officers, Monday, June 23,
for the ensuing term : chief ranger, C. S.
Seamann ; sub-chief ranger, M. Justin ;
financial secretary, (J. A. Muir; corre
sponding secretary, G. B. Dimick ;
treasurer, C. E. Muir; senior woodard,
O.A.Thomas: junior woodard, Pearl
Mosier : senior beadle, J. Beaulieu ; jun
ior beadle, Preston Cooper ; court phy
sician, Dr. O. S. Seaman.
Ben Hightman. single, aged about 25
years, on Wednesday morning, June 18,
while moving timbers at an ore chute
in the Morning mine stuck his pick in a
log and it becoming loose lost bis bal
ance and fell four floors, cr a distance of
90 feet. He was taken immediately to
Mr. Magee's hospital at Wallace, where
he died Thursday afternoon. Little is
known of the unfortunate man other
than he came to Mullan about two weeks
ago from Oregon City, Oregon. Mullan
Thechming exercises of St. John's
parochial and high school were held at
Shively's hall Thursday evening. The
address to the class and publio was de
livered by Archbishop Christie. Those
who assisted in the program were:
Mable PnBey, Williard Hawley, Randall
O'Neil, Frank Michael, Emma Qninn,
Kate Matthies, Burtha Chambers, Char
lotte A. Pratt, John and Frank Busch,
Alzey Bernier, Vita Kelly, Winnie
Hanny, Julia and Hat tie Baker, Mary
McDonnell. Bernice O. Kelly, Elsie Jor
dan, John Finucane, Harriett Chatnbers
and George E. Sullivan. Space prevents
publication of program in full.
President W. H. Hurlburt. Fred 8.
Morris, financial backer of the Portland
City & Oregon Railway, and State Sen
ator George C. Brownell, went to Eagle
Creek Saturday night and addressed a
large crowd in the interest of building a
railway up the Clackamas river to the
site of the new power station. It is
understood that this branch will leave
the main line at SelUood and go up
Johnson creek where an excellent grade
has been secured. The company is now
securing rights of way. It Is also under
stood that the main line from Portland
to Oregon City will be changed so is to
run along the river bank from the Mad'
ison street bndire to Hell wood anVthe
old track nsed for local traffic only,
Dr, and Mrs. Frances Freeman enter
tained a few of their friends at their
home on the West Side Tuesday even
ing. Miific and a bean bag were the
amusements ol the evening. Ketresn-
tnents were served.
Last Saturday afternoon the home of
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Hawley was the
scene of much merriment when a large
number of Willard's friends were In
vited to help him celebrate his 12th
birthday. The time was spent in play
ing games. Refreshments were served
during the afternoon, and at 5 o'clock
the little folks departed, wiBhlng the
young host many happy returns of the
House for rent in Canemah at $6. la
quire of Fred Rakel,
Mrs. L. Glover, of Eagle creek, has
gone to Iowa to visit relatives, tore'
main a couple of months.
Some one Wednesday night stole a
wheel off Robinson's delivery wagon.
Heinz also lost a wheel the samn night.
NEW STORE NEW, PRICES
Have you made a purchase at the New Drug Store?
It not, it will be to your interest to investigate our prices. Our
goods are all new and fresh, and we are not simply cutting the
Old Pkices but slaughtering the New, Compare these prices
with those you have been paying. ;
Mile's Heart Cure $( oo 75c
, Mile's Nervine I 00 75c
Swamp Rootfgenuine) 1 00 75c
Shoop's Restorative . ,, 1 00 75c
Shoop's Rheumatic. ........ . 1 00 75c
King's Discovery ,,, I OO . 75c
Carter's Pills 25 i?c
Pierce's Pills... v 25 15c
Ayer's Hair Vigor I 00 75c
Peruna , 1 00 75c
We can only mention a few articles here. We have
cut the price of every patent medicine in the market
Prescription work is our great strong hold. We have
made this work a special study for the past fourteen years and
pride ourselves in our ability to properly and accurately com
pound the most complicated prescriptions.
If you have a special receipt or formula which.,you have
been unable to get properly prepared allow us to compound it
for you we guarantee our work. If your prescription is
intrusted to us we assure you we will not turn it over to an
assistant to prepare. We cannot afford to risk our reputation,
and we know you don't care to risk your life and health on his
Order by phone, No.' 781. Goods dejivered to all parts
of the city.
HOWELL & JONES,
LINN E. JONES , The Reliable Druggists,
CHAMBERS HOWELL Oregon Gty, Ore.
ltls signature is on every box of the genuine
Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets
ne remedy that niren a cold in nfl daj
C. S. SEAMANN, M. D-
Physician, Surgeon and Oculist
Office in Barclay Building, Cor. Main md 7th Sts.
Calls Answered Prompily Pay or Night
OREGON CITY, OREGON
The partnership heretofore existing
between Bethke & Gale is hereby dis
solved, and all accounts due the firm are
payable to H. Bethke, and all bills
against the firm will be paid by him.
C. II. Gale.
Miss Meldrum Entertains,
Last Saturday evening Miss Eva Mel
drum entertained a numoer of her lady
friends at her home at Meldrum station
The home was prettily decoiated for the
occasion witu terns and candelabra.
The evening was pleasantly spent in vo
cal and instrumental music and games.
Dainty refresiimentB were served
Those present were: Misses Mary Con
yers, lmogene Harding, A'my Kelly,
Nettie Walden, Sade and Ina Chase.
Clara Warner, Vera Caufleld, Maria and
Hattie Pratt, Mariorie and Jiithel Cau
field, Miss Fisher, Harriet and Nan
Cochran, Veda Williams, Aneita Mc
Carver, Kthel and Ivlith Cheney, Millie
Lizzie Walker, May v mliart,
Buchanan, Hattie ersteeg.
Hazel Pilsbnry, Greta Htrickler, Zilpha
,1 T. t 1. rv I .
uauoway, jnaiue i-iraper, .vi-ia riniey.
The chaperones were: Mrs. K. A. Som-
mer, Mrs. J. 15. Kolnneon, Mrs. L- L.
Pickens, Mrs. Jselson L'.wrcnce aud
Mrs. J. P. Keating.
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. Gui next ai.n 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. ,
2 for 25c
Every Day Prices
Cut Prices on Patent Medicines
$1 Hawley 's Catarrh Cure 70C
$1 Swamp Root 80C
35c. Castoria (genuine) 24C
25c. Carter's Little Liver Pills. . . . 1 5C
All (1 Asthma Cures 85C
$1 Piorce'i Golden Discovery 75C
$1 Pieice'a Favorite Prescription. 75C
25c. Porous Plasters 1 fJC
$1 Pinkham's Vegetable Comp'nd 74C
25c. Pierce's Pellets 15C
$1 Shopp'a Medicines 85C
25c. Pears' Soap 15C
$1 Paine's Celery Compound 80C
30c. Fry's Squirrel Poison 20C
50c. Waklee's Squirrel Poison .... 30C
$1 Wood's Sarsaparilla only 55C
(1 Red Line Sarsaparilla . . . .only 60C
25c. Condition Powders 20C
U Tansy Pills 85C
25c. Cuticura Soap 18c
50c. Electric Bitters 40C
$1 Electric Bitten 80C
Snaps in Cameras
(8 Cyclone Magazine, almost new 5.00
(1 Brownie Camera 80
120 Premo"A" 15.00
Stamp Card Mounts per doz, 5C
Brownie" " extra fine, " IOC
An endless variety of 4x5 and 5x7 mounts
all colors, at special prices.
Sponges, usual price 5c, cut price 4C
Sponges, 10c regular now 5C
Tooth Brushes, 10c, 15c, 20c, 25c
35c regular j now 5o , 10c, 15c, 25c.
Knives and Razors, reduced from
10 to 20 per cent.
See our Guaranteed Razor 1 50
. 5c lb.
7 for 25c
2 pkg. 5c
GHARMAN & CO.
CITY DRUG STORE
PRICE RELIABLE DRUGGISTS
Phone 13. Mail Orderr Solicited.