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OREGON C1TV COWlEK-ftERALD, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1902.
A. Wcodside Is on the sick ltat.
Miss Aiinee Wallace ia slowly im
irovinn. A family who hava been residing
iear Marqtuni, havu moved on'.o the
Mr, Darnell has moved to Molalla.
Mis8 May Davits is home on a visit.
Several of the hoys have gone to the
Elva Pearl and Hazel Erickson and
lies May Davies wee the quests '
ielle and Uoldy Murphy last Sunday.
F. Erickson and family, Mr. and Mrs.
aniels an l family were the truo3tsof II.
Mies Ola Dibble, of Molalla, was uiv
na music lessons in this vicinity last
School is dismissed this week on
ount of the teicher btsiuir called to Port'
and to the bedside of her mother, who
i very sick.
Grandma Bill ia visiting her grand
laughter, Mrs A. Erickson, this week.
Well, Fay Moody has (jot married.
Branch and Joe Harless were harvest
ing beans the first of the week.
Mrs. J. H.Zinerfel has sold h irplsce.
ihe is going to move to Molalla.
Wm. Loveridga, of Woodburn, was
Tinsacting business in our burg Mon
lay. P. L. Schamel is breaking a bunch
rass tiorse for Albert Engle.
Our road suporvisor.W. II. Engle, has
Teen doing Borne good work on the road
H . L. Vanghan hastbeen working for
2. Austin the last week.
Anna Mary Rohbins and Mrs. John
Prulinger made a trip to Oregon City
E. L. Sturges, of CaniB, formerly of
his place was visiting friends and
'elatives here Sunday.
R. W, Elmer, Willie Lucke and other
!anby boys p issed through here on their
ray home from a hunt with only ore
Henry Dryer was the guest of John R.
It is expected that I). 0. Boyles will
'i next on the married list.
Martin Boyles took a certain fcx to
liurch Sunday . But as hick happened
' be, she did not gut away from him.
One of thi prettiest weddings of the
season tooK place at the riouie of Mrs'
Jacob Joliiton October 28th at 11a. m.
when tier daughter, Clara, and Fred
Pa;ers(jii, of Herrit, Washington were
united in ruamaize. H was a very
simple hm wedding. In the parlor
the decorations were of Oregon grape,
English ivy and potted ferns and palms
with white chrysanthemums and bride
roses, wliile in the other rooms palms,
Oregon yrape, ivy and Virginia creeper,
were used with charming effect Alrn.
Otto Geuiielhark played B t'tly the wed-
dinjt march aa the bride and trroum en
tered the parlor They look their
places under a corner of beauty witti a
handsome wedding bell suspended in
the center, attended !y the bride's
brother, Uarev Johnson and Mies fiiaiel
Wills. The uianiawie cennony was pre
formed by Rev S Ar-ifdd n! ttie ('" g e
galional church uf ihm iihii e. ih tmde
was dresseti in lut mgtinlie li nnmed
i.i white silk ac ami s.itin rii'hnii
She wore a wnt veil and Bride
rotes, and cair:ed whit.-i hrydiilheiiiuiii3
tied wi'h FMiin ribiiii.i .' the cl":-e tl
the services M'S V n u'thherr "anii
with great iffeo, ' Tim tinde," alter
which the g es -(!! e.i !. 'he dining
I room where tliy jmroiik ! a ilainty
wedding hreakf.l. 1'ns l.at'iu tieen
dispOt-eU of, the hp tumid couple
deDarted for Oietron t'i v " id ' a shower
of old shoes and rice, wh
the north bound nam fur 'ia oma and
Seattle. They wil- he t heme to their
friendB at the -esidt-nei' . f th' h'ide'
parents after D.-C 'iii"er 15th. Mr and
. MissOliye Meyers is teaching the
Oak Grove school.
We folks down here ihink it's a "mir
acle" to have a school ma'am that does
eat toad Btoole. ' ,
Mrs. H. L. Barnes is visiting her
daughter at Bridal Veil.
Misses Lidaand Xadip S inmons spent
Sunday wilh relatives in Portland.
Miss Xellie Morey, of Portland, is vis
iting her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mis.
B. Ooates' two valuable pups chased
the cat into the house, and the new
chimnoy drew them up and landed them
on the roof.
Frank B: uner, who has been
"ck with sciatica rheumatism, is
ly improvii g.
A youni! carpenter from Carus has
heen prospecting of bite near Macks
liurn. and In U thtnki.ig seriously of lo
Those that dance must pay the fiddler,
even if they go to Portlard to eel the
Al Junes and wife called on Charles
A Urge number of friends and rela
tive called on Albeit Nenkirchner Sun-
.1 n UA ....,k..U VAu ainnavaln
tney t00M )0pe tlat you HV . hotter 8i.iv.esg in E.
(). than here, Albert.
Clyde Smith is staying at. home at
Flour Best $2 853.50.
Wheat Walla Walla6264a'c; valley
65c; bluestem 68 c.
Oats White, 1.00; gray, 95c$I
'Barley-Feed $21.00; brewing $22.00
Millstuffs Bran $19.00; middlings
$23 ; shorts $19.50 ; chop $17.
Hay Timothy $1110; cjover, $7.50
Butter Fancy creamery 27 and 30c J
store, 12 and 15.
Eggs 25 and 27 cents per doz.
Poultry Mixed thickens $3.504.25;
hen- $1(34.75; springs $2.503; geeee
$4ti ; ducks $45.00; turkeys 10 andl2
Mutton Gross, 3; dressed, 6
cents per pound.
Hogs Dressed, 7 and 7l4 cents per
Veal Large, 7
Beef Gross, top steers '
dressed beef, 6 7 cents per
Cheese Full cream 13c per pound
Young America 13 and M'Ac.
Potatoes $.55 Burbanks .65pei 70
Wool Valley, 12 15c.
Hops 22 and 25c.
VViien the Leaves
Begin to Turns
and 8 cents per
And the Cool North Breezes Blow the peo le who care for
comfort begin to think about their Fall needs. Dress com
fortably but dress ecomicals. We aim to supply the wants
Satisfaction every time or
we don't want your money,
New Good Received,
consisting of a fine line of
Big Reduction in all our Goods,
The fineBt creation in skirts ever seen
in Oregon City; some with circular
flounce, real beauties. Backet Store
A. L. Larkins and family have re
amed from the const, where they spent
few days visiting friends and seeing
Mr. I.. Frey and family, of Dakota,
ave been visiting relatives and friends
i this neighborhood for seveial
Mrs. E. Ramsby has been in Oregon
'ity the past week, where sho went lor
be purpose of doctoring her ear.
Mr. Denison and family viBited J. W.
;tawdinger and wife Sunday.
Mr. anil Mrs. Larson and family, Mr.
nd Mrs. T. R. Orem, l.lsie and Master
llhert Noyer, were the (j, Hers at Mr.
Anna Nover, who has been working
t Linn's mill for some time bus return
R. Snodgrass was in town one' day last
0. T. Kay has been working for Mr.
iuild for the last two weoks.
Mr. and Mrs. llendershot went to
lolalla one day last week.
Farmers are busying digging potutocB.
R W. Oldenstadt has tried his new
(otato digger at Frog Pond last week,
.nd the result was satisfactary.
Miss Emnia Peters, who has been
Visiting hersiBter.at Dead Man's Valley
,he paBt week, has returned homo.
Our sclio d commenced Monday with
Mr, Liesman us teacher.
Misses Anna Aden and M trie Wollley
ft for Portland last Sun. lay .
Sharp brothers have 30 head of fat
iog ready for the m uket.
Mr. and Mrs. IViester, who have been
,t Ashland for the past to months for
di wife's health, have returned and are
laking their home with her mother,
Irs, Sharp. Mrs. Prieater's health lias
lot Imrroved, and her recovery is
Peter Peters, who had the misfortune
o fall into a cellar, about nine feet deep,
improving very rapidly.
T. Wee I has built a lean nw fem
i front of Mrs. M. J. ' i t's property.
Mr. Swarty and win- -"'n, lienrge,
vent out to visit aimi.ig friends at
leaver Creek Sunday.
Mrs. Ester and Sirs. .lolnHireen, were
isiting Iriends at Maple Lane Friday.
Rev. Craig. wholivoBin Mrs. Walton's
louse, held services in Mountain View
liurch last Sunday at 11 o'clock. A
urge aiidieiuw was present.
Mr. Hay is driving n 'earn for Charles
Mrs. West' lit'le boy, l.ylo, had i
tsrioua attack of tonsilitis.
Frank Albright Hint Sa'urday even
tig and Sunday among fiiends at
Mrs. Kay's tmhv had a slight attack of
iiioumiinia last week.
The sportsmen are very busy hunt ir
'A. M. Ingram was making business
alls in this burg Wednesday, ilo is
ollecting (or l'r, Scaniann.
Mr. Bodwell, of Nebrnska, has been
isiting Mr. Frost and family the past
George Albright, of Eastern Oreg-ni,
i visiting with his brother, Frank, this
J. W. Currin is building a new wood
shed, during his vacation Loin the mill.
tjuite a number of men nre out of
work now, because the rivor is too low
to run the machinery.
Olve hotter sntlsrartton than Anything on
the market at anything like the price, be-'
cituse thsy are made of good muterlnl,to
HtHiid "Oregon roiulH'1 Iron cornerB on
liwlii'H, briwes on BhaftH, heavy Becond
Krowth wheels, screwt'd rirafl. If you want
to reel sure that you are getting your mon
ey's worth, ask for a "Bee tine" or a
'Mitchell" (Ueuuey) Buggy Wo guar
v Mitchell, Lowlm A Stave Co
Seattle! Spokane, Boise. Portland, Or
T 9 m
Has bull beards, in turn table. Turns
freely to (hp wii.d. Hall hearing thrust
In wheel, insuring Ugliest running qual
ilh'S, and reei virg ureati st amounl of
power for pumpiiiv. (ialvanized after
milking I'ut tngetlier with galvanized
bolts, double nutted, no part can rust or
get Inline and rattle. Weight regulator;
perfect r gulation. No (fpnng to rhange
tenmoii with evi v rdiunge of tempera
ture, and grow weaker wil1' Hepairs
always on hand. These things are
w rth money to you. Then why not buy
oLAJNfvrl 1 S
UNDERWEAR LADIES' BLACK
Everything you need to numerous to mention. All
we ask is that you examine our stock of goods, feeling assur
ed that you get more for your money at the Racket Store
than atjany other p'ace in Oregon City.
Best possible to build
No wiipm Is or ran he hotter thnn a Mitchell
heCHiisp the cream of wood stock is used, only af
ter being thoroughly seasoned. Thewason Is wel
ironed, well minted, well proportioned, and runs
the lighest of any
It 1 nearly 70 venrs since the first Mitchell wiig,
'on was built, and thev have been built continu
ously ever inee bv the Mitehells. When yon buy
a Mitchell you get the beuetit uf this 70 years' ex.
Send fey Special Catalogue Free
MITCHELL, LEWIS &STAVER CO.
First and Taylor Sts., Portland, Ore.
Branches Houses at Seattle, Spokane, Boise, Salem and Medford
Agricultural Implements, Vehicles, Harness and Bicycles
Mention this Paper
G .soljne Engin e
1 4. tail tf II . P., Plain
.nil Puiii(jinn. Simplest Kn
ine mailj. Jiore easily un
eratooil than any oi'ter.'
We sell the best goods
Mrs. Patereon received many con
pra ulatiotiB from tlieir numerouH
friemla, ami liatultitime presents
Mr ami Mrs Citther.' went, to
land on biieiiu'nvriiiir(lay.
John lkiliin wan tranaactiut? Imeiuesb
in Oreiton City Friday.
A nuiiilier of th" Ciillon boys fttteinled
the eharivavi at Sky Porket on Ihe 22ml.
They tepui t a pie.ieunl time.
Port Palmer, of Oak Point, has re
W. V.. lUiiiney and daittihter, Amy,
attended Boii'a wevldmi; at F.lwoi.d
Mian Keith Hnokner was usiting her
aunt last Satur lay.
Mr. Honney and son, A. I!. Coontiy
nian and wife, were the pnrft id the
tioi hett faintly Sunday.
Mr. Park, of KUojd, pieaehed here
on tlie 2iiili, and will hold nervKri" a
gum on the ltitl'. of November.
Mr. Anpiett ti ok fume line b ef
cattle to town the latter pint of the
Willie Johnson was on the sick list
There is some talk of a shoot ina
niateh at (.Vton in the near future.
Jones and Helvey both have pur
chased a new bugy Satuiday.
The dance at Heaver Creek, was all
right, wasn't, Clyde?
Curtia Ilelvev and Henry Pipka are
at home for a short visit.
S. Hany and Tummy Jones were seen
near Vorphals' blacksmith shop Sunday.
P. & D.
The lii;ht rain that we have hud this
week has started all the plows ind m cd
1 will heyin in earnest.
I.eyi Stehman has a hired man and is
putting in hi rods of undci'noiuid ditch.
Otis Morris is working tor J. O. Mor
ris, mi,! a
's ln'1 it is.
Mr. Tipton, tho.Wilsonville barber,
is moving across the river this week.
He has reined a farm m ar Mr. Crisell's
place. lie says, lie will continue lo do
crnhbinn and slasliimr at his tonsmial
pailors on Saturdays.
Jake Vetera made a tlyin trip to
Vancouver this week.
Some people are dijijii'il poti,toe in
this vicinity. (.l lieis aie waiung f . .r
a frost to kill the vines before they com
mence diintf them.
lert Seely has irone to Woodburn to
live, where h " an I tin hroihers, Walter
and Charles, have nought a tat in. j
Miss lioldie Seely pud Wilsonville a
visit this week.
Cliii'-les Whsiiici' is cointf 10 enaae
exlensively in the onion business
, Out cf Death's Jaws.
"When death seemed very near from
a severe "loniach and liver trouble, that
; I:. i i m l! led w 1 1 1 for years," writes
I'. Alu.-e, l'urliam, N. C. "l'r. Kind's
New Life Pills eaved tu life and save
perfect health." P.c.-t oills on e.irth
and only L'5c at Geo. A. I latdiiis;'s drug
Funlshel Every Week by Clacka
mas Abstact & Trust Co.
J L Lantz to J Schwartzentruber,
50 as as in sec 15, 5, 1 e $1550
0fc O K R Co to C Doughertv, ew
of tie of sec 3, -, 2 e 160
G J Trullinter to K Adkins, 50 as
in sec 21,4, 2 a 500
M Edcecomh to H A Davidson, 130
as in ne of see 3 , 4, 3 1000
I) Minnehan to F V Canning, Be of
sw of sec 3, 2, 4 e 1200
J W Roots to F W Cam ing, ne of
fw of pec 3, 2 4 e. 5D0
W H Davis to U Ueddaway, pt bin
40, Orecon City 1
J D Parrish to M Lennnr'z, s1., of
nw and and ne of sec 33, 1, 4 e. . 200
A M Draper to F T Griilith, lot ti,
sec 14, 3, 1 e 1
M Rowley to J Ranev, pj of Or-
land Bid well chr, 3' 4 e 100
Sellwood Land & Impvt Co to D A
.Mclntvre, pt ol lot 4, tract 19,
Oak G ove 1
M Lout; to J Scott, (i as in sec 25, 5,
1 e 175
J Dolan to II llarureaves, a 1-2 of
seand i-e of svv of sec 33, 4,3 e. . 700
C R Ilonhain to Win Mo tenson,
e 1-2 of sw of sec 32, ti, 2 o 1000
A Doores to M Rohbins, 32 as in
the Xewsome elm, 5, 1 w tiOO
A Den to Grange No. 207, 1 acre in
sec 32, 2,4 e.' ' 20
J G. Pilshurv to 0 How.ildt, 4'.1 as
in elm No. 5S, 2, 1 e 1
Complete line of general merchandise
at Parkplace Cash Store at prices equal
and lower than Portland, Rest and fin
est line of shoes ever shown. Produce
The Red Front
Court HousejiBlock,- Oregon City, Oregon
Good Green Coffee, per lb ioc Boy's Wool Hats, from. .35c up
Good Roatt Ccffee per lb I2c Men's Wool Hats from. .40c up
Arm& Hammer Soda, 8 lbs 25c
Washing Powders, per lb, 5c
Good Laundry Soap, 20 Umbrellas, from. ...... .40c up
bars .' . , . 70c .
Liquid Shoe Dressing, bot- . , , , ,
tie gc We the carry Celebrated Gil-
Blueing,' bo:Y . . . . . . . . . . . 5c bert Linin8s and Near Silks.
Blueing, bottle 5c
Sewing Machine Oil, bottle 5c We have the mcstcompiete
Bat le Axe Tobacco, 2 line of Dress Trimmings, Laces,
plugs 7SC Applique, Braids and Fancy
Buttons in Oregon City and
MACKINTOSHES. can7 an assortment equal to
Misses' Mackintoshes with any in Portland.
detachable collars $1 So , F" V,m,nCf for cfh,ldren s
UTi i.T , . , 3 cloaks in all colors, from 10c
W omens Mackintoshes, ,
from 2 sc y UR'
Men's M ickintoshes, from 1 50
Boys' Mackintoshes, from 1 25 We carry the J. B. Lewis,
ear Resister and Bradley &
Metcalf Shoes, which always gve
We carry the Sweet Orr Un- satisfaction, and we sell them at
ion-Made Overalls and Jumpers, prices to suit,
- - -' We Trade for Farm Produce and Shingles
THE- UIB PROMT
., , !
GEO. T. HOWARD, Pro.
MRS. R. BECKER
220 FIRST STREET - - PORTLAND, ORECON
Has a complete assortment of
Pall !Vlillir)er:y, Fufs,
Jillirjepy Novelties, Etc
Hats Trimmed to Order Feathers Dyed and Curled
PRICES MODERATE .
and Lunch Counter
Opposite Electric Hotel, is the very best place in Oregon
to get a Dainty Lunch or
Open at All Hours, day or night
Newly Furnished Rooms and Clean Beds
Fitting Spectacles and Eijc Glasses
By Up-to-Date Methods.
Examin aon Free, by an Exper Optician
A, N. WRIGHT
Th3 Iowa Jeweler, 2S3 Morrison, near 5th