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OREGON CITY COURIER-HERALD, FRIDAY, AUGUST. 22, 1902t
ran ijooas Arriving
t. New Flannelettes
Lovelv HtvlfiB fnr yiih V
T . dressing sacques or kimonas ; extra
Bpec.tt.', iuo yara.
Dainty stripes,' genuine imported
fabrics, while tht y last, 20c and 25c
.yard.;. , ,
Swell designs, soft shades, equal to
the French flannels at f 1.00; open
ing prices, V2 and 15c yard.
Better values than ever. The found
kind for hard wears, 15c, 20c and 25c;
the satin damasks, 50c, 75c and $1.
An Actual Conversation.
That took place between two prominent Oregon City ladies at an afternoon
tea. Names not mentioned.
Mrs. X. (the guest) My! What lovely table linen. Mrs. K. (the
hostess) Yes, it is lovely. Mamma gave me two cloths and a dozen nap
kins when I was married ten years ago. Mrs. X, Where did she get
them? Mrs. Iv. At McAUen & McDonnell's. Mrs. X. Well! I was
never in there. I don't know why. Mrs. K. Mamma says she can do
ueuer mere man anywhere.
tney ao understand,
You know thev onlv keev drv crooda. and
Next day I go shopping I will take you along. And
We are Headquarters for'
Table Linens, Blankets, Quilts and Curtains.
McAllen & McDonnell
EXCLUSIVE DRY GOODS IMPORTERS
THIRD and MORRISON - . . PORTLAND, OREGON
Hugh Jones, of Carus, was in the
J. Evane, of Canby, was in Oregon
Miss Jeanie Wilkinson is sojourning
at Ocean Park.
W. P. Hawley was on business in
John Noblitt, t 'olaHa, was in Ore
gon City Mon a ast.
J. L. McClur , of Logan, was in the
city one day last week.
W. S. Tull, of Barlow, was in Oregon
City one day the past week.
Ida and Heman Kuhnke, of Needy,
were in Oregon City Friday.
Mrs. J.TJ. Campbell returned home
-is week from Long Beach.
i. a lee Noblitt, Sr., of Needy, was an
t c visitor Monday.
.. J. Mleson returned from
t ;w . at Wilhoit.
' . 1 . Ma' ' ,of Spokane, was in
j i i visiting friends.
Join, lemantle, of Macksburg, wa?
an Oregon City visitoi this ween.
Mrs. Thomas Ryan and child went to
Hubbard Tuesday to visit friends.
Mrs. Henry Meldrum and hmily left
Saturday for an outing at Newport.
Henry Hornshr.h, a Carus farmer,
was in the city Tuesday on business.
Miss Mary Conyers returned Fiiday
from an outing at Long Beach, Wash.
Miss Lilian Monk, of Portland, was
visiting friends in Oregon City Monday.
S. J. Vaughan and wife returned Sat
urday from a week's outing at Wilhoit.
Mr. and Mrs. George Hoeyeand Mrs.
Sol Walker spent Sunday last at Wil
hoit Robert Moors, of Molalla, called on
friends in Oregon City one day the past
James Beatie, who owns a large farm
at Molalla, was in Oreg'in City this
week. . .
Prank Andrews. Jr. and Charles Catta
will leave Saturday for a ten days' out
ing at Newport.
Miss Echo Samson left Monday for
Barlow, where she will make a week's
Visit with friends.
Dell Hart, who has been working in
the Eugene woolen mills, returned to
thi3 city Monday.
B. O. Sarver and J. Sprague, both
farmers of Logan, were on the streets of
Oregon City Saturday.
J. NelBon Wisner returned Sunday
from an inspection tour to the Little
White Salmon hatchery.
Mrs. J. A. Tufts was called to Hub
bard Friday by the illness of her daugh
ter, Mrs. G. A. Hanford.
Colby Marston, a contractor and
builder, who lives up the Clackamas,
was in the city this week.
W. M. Maz.ngo, of Wilhoit, was in
the city Thursday, and reports good
crowd at Wilhoit Springs.
Mrs. George C. Brownell and son,
Ambrose, returned Tuesday from a t-vo
weeks' outing at Ascboff's.
Joe Harless, whp owns the old Sand
ers place of 320 acres at Molalla, was in
the city one day last week.
Thomas Turner, a leading democrat of
Wilson ville, and a well-to-do farmer,
was on the streets thid.weeu.
Bert Pierce, a young railroad man of
Portlar d, spent a few days the last week
visiting O. Boring at Boring.
Mis Imogene Harding and Miss Net-,
tie Walden. returned Friday from a two
weeks' visit with friends at Nebalem.
Joe Wright, of Oolton.wbo was elected
surveyor on the populist ticket four
years ago, was in Oregon City Saturday.
Mr: McGlashan.the grocer, left Sat'
urday for Ocean Park, Wash, where he
will visit his i family, who ate camping
there, 7 :. i- .; 1 " i R c--- '
Representative Webster, of Olacka
maB, who has been . to Astoria looking
after the fishing interests, was in : the
city Saturday. . ,
N. Watts, who has been clerking in
Michell's dry goods store for the past
year, left Monday for ishaniko to assume
a similar position.
Representative Paulsen was in the
city Tuesday with his two children.
Mr. Paulsen went from here to Port
land to attend the circus.
Mrs Chris Hartman returned Friday
from a trip into the country, where she
went for the benefit of her health.' She
returns decidly improved.
MisseT Nellie B. and Claudia Hart,
who have been occupying Mrs John
Keller's cottage at Seaside for the past
month, returned home Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs, William Boring, of Bor
ing, was in the city the past week. Mr.
Boring's niece, Miss Clara Boring, of
Galesburg, 111., is visiting with him .
T. W. Clark, general manager of the
Bandon woolen mills, was in Oregon
City the past week visiting with his fam
ily. He returned to Bandon Tuesday.
William Delay has moved from his
place on lower Mnin street to a ranch
south of the M t Pleasant school house.
He says there isn't room enough for him
Miss Amy Heater.sisterof Roy Heater,
the all-around athlete, has been visiting
with Mr. and Mrs. John Younger a few
days the past week. She returned to her
home Tuesday morning.
George Blanchard, clerk of district No.
63 was in Oregon City Tuesday. Ha re
ports lumber on the ground for the new
school house and Contractor H. Oster
holtz will soon have it under way.
Mrs. Samuel B. McKee, who has been
visiting her daughter, iIrs. Norman R.
Lang, for two months, left Sunday eve
ning for her home in Oakland, Cal.
Miss Marian Lewthwaite accompanied
Mrs. C. O. T. Williams, and daugh
ter. Miss Veda, Mrs. Long, Miss Mary
Mclntyre, Miss Polly Miller, John W.
Loder anil J imea Mclntyre, ot JNortu-
port, Wash., were spending a few days
last wees at vv no t.
W. G. Kleinsmith returned to his
home in this county for a few days last
week to fight the fi e threatening to con
sume Iub property. On Monday he went
back to his work in the logging camp on
the Lower Columbia.
Laurence Kruse, of Stafford, one of
the most thrifty farmers in the county,
was in Oregon City last week buving
sacks for the grain. He begins thresh
ing this week and will harvest 1500
bushels of wheat and 2000 bushels of
Professor Davis, who conducts the
Oregon City Academy on Seventh street,
has j-.-8t had printed at the Courier-Herald,
a very attractive little pamphlat en
titled "Religion, Morals and Business
in Story." The booklet is readable and
E are constantly studying quality, styles and prices of all the different makes and
know them from A to Z, we are therefore able to furnish the best in the market
at the least possible price.
We are busy, but always find time to wait on a customer and show our goods.
We have received another shipment of those new thin model Boss Filled Watches.
They are guaranteed to preserve the exact appearance of an all-gold case for 25 years.
If through any fault in making it should fail to wear 25 full years, we will give a new
case in exchange for it.
It is not gold all through but you would never know it ; it is stronger, as beautiful
and much cheaper than an all gold case. We would like to explain its construction to you.
How about your watch? If it does not give satisfaction, or if you would like to have
another, show it to us. We allow full value for it on a new one, and if you are not able
to pay the full amount at one time, we will sell it on the installment plan.
In case you cannot afford a new one at present and are in need of a good time piece,
leave your old watch with us for repairing. We do good work, do it promptly and at a
fair price. And guarantee it for one year.
We regulate Watches free of charge, whether you bought them of us or not.
Burmeister & Andresen,
The Oregon City Jewelers.
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Hop tickets of ad sizes at the Courier
Herald office. :
ft When theadditioD to the Catholic
church is . finished, the auditorium. wm
be able to accommodate over 300 people.
Mr. Kinder is about to build a good
looking roomy. houee on Clackamas
Heights, fitted with all modern conveni
ences. ' --,
John E . Officer died Friday at Oly m
pia, Wash., at the age of 67 years. He
was a son of tbe'late James Officer.an old
E. G. Redford, o Portland, has ac
quired the Depot Saloon and opens it
this week refurnished and fixed up in
up-to-date style. ' .
Miss Lucretia Hart entertained a few
of her friends at her her home Wednes
day evening. The time was pleasantly
spent with music and games.
Cast Fridav Judge Ryan united in
holy wedlock at the court house, Emery
Gottberg and Delia Henderson, both
residents of Clackamas county.
A party consisting of Mrs. W. E, Pratt
and family, Mies Barclay, Miss Anna
Wisner and J. N. Wisner are camped at
the Clackamas hatchery, and will re
main two weeks.
The meeting of the Retail Merchants'
Association called for Tuesday was not
held because no quorum was present.
Intereft in the association is at a low
ebb, and there must be an awakening
or it may die.
The residence of the SiBters will be
enlarged by the addition, on the river
front, of a structure having the dimen
sions of 32 by 16 feet. The present
building will be moved some feet back
and all will be placed under one new
That portion of the electric railway
track through Canemah which was taken
up some time ago, because it was situ
ated in the public road, is being relaid a
few feet to the eastward, and placed in
proper trim for running cars to the
Southern Pacific track on the riyer
O. B. Taylor, of Springwater, was in
town a few days ago with the informa
tion that the Portland City and Oregon
Railway Company are erecting several
buildings near the Upper Clackamas
falls. A large hotel building and several
email stores are in the process of erec
Charles Barclay, broth er of Mrp. W.
E. Pratt, has been appointed master of
the tJ. S. A. transport, "Trenton," ply
ing between inter island ports and the
Philinninea. Cantain Bartlav has been
first officer of the transport 'Ltwton"
running between san rrancisco anu
Lewis Robinson, the 11-year old son
of C. W, Robinson, of Mount Pleasant,
while riding a houe belonging to a Mr.
Kellogg a tew days ago, was run away
with, and dragged for about 200 yards.
As a result, he now lies in a critical con
dition at his home. The boy did not
know the horse was fractious.
Wednesday morning work was com
menced on the Beaver Creek school
house and will continue for five weeks
when this work will be completed. The
school house is being built on the site
where the old one stood and will be
40x20 feet. It is to be fitted up with
modern improvements and will be a
credit to the community.
1 Art ilia V.lnff nnnnnhp. t.Vift renidnnr.n o.e
P. F. Morey, Mr. Keller will spread his
mammoth tent on Saturday evening to
remain about a fortnight. Every eve
ning he will deliver an address on so
cialism. He is "chuck'full" of the sub
ject and enlivens it with a varied enter
tainment. No charge, except the wish
of the lecturer thai the listener charge
himself with the economic doctrines he
Adolph Aschoff , forest ranger, for the
mountainous section around Marmot.has
been actively engaged the past ten days
suppressing forest fires in rhe moun
tains in his range. Me has found the
flames exceedingly difficultto control on
account or the dry state tnat everymir g
;n : lUnnli firm timhor hnfch fir and
lO ill. 'l I V. 1 1 um.w " -
cedar are already destroyed, and con
siderable more win prooariy Durn ueiore
the fire is extinguished.
Last week several members of Com
pany I, Oregon Vslunteers, celebrated
th fourth anniversary of the fall of
llinlli in i manner flnnrnnrinte to the
memoiable occasion. The young so diers
shouldered ttieir guns ai me armory
and went in a body to the residence of
'antain M. T). PhilliDS. where thev
passed the evening most pieasanuy ,
talking over the exciting eventsin this J
most memorable occasion oi tne'r lives.
Company A, O. N. G., will soon begin
its annual target practice. The target
range.where the boys do their shooting,
n on the West Side, and the practice
this season will be on a new revolving
target. This practice is compulsory
iroor nnrl a nnldier who neclects
it, is certain to incur the displeasure of
the officers, adoui inanusgiving nme
a medal is to be presented to the beBt
marksman in the company, and all the
men are going into the contest to win if
We wish to announce to our many customers that when
leaves are gone from the trfces and the roses fade away, we
will have something that will gladden the hearts of our
many patrons, and that is the best line of
Shoes and Gents' Turnisbings, trunks, Valises,
That. Money Can Buy.
By careful buying we have bought from the best reliable
houses in the United States. Our goods are arriving daily.
Come and see the newest creation in Clothing the Hart,
Schaffner & Marx two button double breasted sack suits, and
David Adler & Sons broad shouldered chesterfield overcoats.
We will also have for the fall many new and nobby
W. L DOUGLAS SHOES
That will make vour feet dad. Come and. be convinced.
We are the only exclusive Clothiers and Gents Furnishers in
the city. .
J. M. Price. The One Price .Clothier
6th and Main Sts , Oregon City
everything Tnsb, Hut and Clean,
StratUn Bldg. Meat market cfd.Betbke
Opposite Suspension Bridge, Oregon City
Newly Furnished and Refitted. Optn Day and Night.
and Lunch Counter
Opp. Elfictric Hotel, Oregon City
Has No Superior in the City.
Meals at All flours.
Xf JL AND.. .
Fitting Spectacles and Eye Glasses
By Up-to-Date Methods.
Examination-Free, by PHILLIPS,. The Optician
A N. WRIGHT
The Iowa Jeweler, 293 Morrison, near 5th
It haa been definitely learned that
the fire in the mountains, eant of Spring
water, has done considerable damage.
It covered over 1000 acres of valuable
timber land, and destroyed some of the
choicest cedar in Clackamas county.
Cedar is scarce, and a loss of this timber
as serious in the extreme. It is thought
the fire started in the berry patch east
of Springwater and was probably the re
sult of carelessness on part of campers.
Th fire in still burning, but is now un
der control. Only one man was entirel y
The lawn fete given at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. A. U. Warner, at wouni
Pleasant, was a succes" in every re
spect. The prozram consisted of vocal
and initrumental music, all of which
was rendered in a highly creditable
i munner. The ever noDulaf Woodmen
band was present and added much to the
'evening's entertainment by the rendi
, tion of several choice selections . The
, band offered its valuable services freely
and made many friends by so doing.
The proceeds are to go to the bnilding of
a sidewalk to Mount Pleasant, which
has been sadly needed for a long time,
and the amount taken in amounted to
$10.80. Besides the musical program,!
delicious icecream and cane were serveu
Court House Block, Oregon Citg, Ore.
Straw and Crash Hats, below cost.
ShirtWaists, - - - from 3Sc up
36-inch Percales, - - - now J2Jc yd
Table Cloth, - - - - from 20c
Duck Skirts, in colors, - - from 75c
Men's and Boy's Caps, Reg. price 25c, now 15c
Men's Fancy Dress Shirts, " "1.00 " 75c
Neckties, - - " " 25c " 15c
Men's Sweaters, " " 85c " 65c
Boy's " " " 50c " 40c
Men's Heavy Shirts, 44 60c to 75c 44 45c
Fancy Sox, - - - - per pair, 5c
We are making a big cut in prices on everything
in the line of Shoes, Dry Goods and Furnishing
Goods. Call and examine goods and get our prices.
Court House Block Oregon City