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OREGON CITY COURIER FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1902.
Circuit Court Matters.
On the 13tt, comphint was filed by
H. E. Noble against 0 A. and Mrs.
Peterson; L. T. Barin, plaintiff '8 attor
ney. P.J. Ridings & Son, of Marquam,
filed a complaint on the 13th against
John and Sarah Churchill; E. P. Mor
cam, plaintiffs' attorney.
In State of Oregon against Lester
tawis, an information, decree, commit
ment, and judgment roll were filed;
Harrison Allen, attorney for plaintiff.
Complaint and order were filed on the
14th in the action of Annie Smith agaiest
James S. Smith ; Uren & Schubel, plain
Complaint, affidavit ol publication,
order, and summons were filed on the
19th in Annie Clifton vs. Samuel Clif
ton ; aleo in C. Dunn vs. J. V. Dunn :
G. C. & II. M. Brownell, attorneys for
A divorce was granted on the 13th to
Mary F. Nicklein from Stephen K. Nick
lein. Edna E. Walborn was granted a di
vorce from Charles E. Walborn.
John Hughes sued Sheriff John It.
Shaver for the repossession of about
$1,700 worth o! oats, wheat, and other
. farm property. The jmy letuined
verdict against the sheriff and he was
fined $20. , The court costs were $64.
For burglary, Lester Lewis was con
fine d in the penitentiary for two years
Sale conLrmed of real property for the
sum of $2,306.25, to George Ekline, as
termination of his action against Matt city next Saturday, November 22
Clemens and wife.
J. C. Moreland vs. G. O. Rinearson
and wife; dismissed.
In the action of J. W. Doors against
Rebecca Long, Robert Murdock, Lena
Hughes and P. J. Ridings, it is ordered
that Martin Robbins, M. Seabo, and
Sam Taylor, with John Weldrum's help
portion off one-fourth of the 156.05
acres of land under consideration, and
. allot the same to plaintiff, he to retain a
life interest in the whole tract. ,
Hattie von Puttkamor vs Geofge von
Puttkamer; decree of divorce.
Divorce granted . to Fred W. Burnett
from Emrr.a Burnett.
ELen M- Rock wood ve Henry M Jack
son; plaintiff to have until January sit
ting of court to move for a new trial.
In another suit of Ellen M. Rockwood
vs Henry M. Jackson, the verdict was re.
JXS1IT UTE A T OlilEyT.
Many Teuchers Attend and a
Good Program Was Given
Xext One at Oregon
The joint teachers' institute ol Clacka
mas and Multnomah counties, Saturday,
at Orient, commonly known as the
Pleasant Home school, five miles south
east of Gresham, was a grand success
and was largely attended by teachers
and school officers of Orient.
The program opened at 10 :30 o'clock
with on address, "Ends in Teaching,"
by Principal N. W. Bowland, of the
Montavilla school. He was followed by
A. F. Hirchner.principalof the Gresham
school, H. L. McCann, principal of the
Park Place school, spoke on "A Trinity
of Processes." At noon a lunch was
served to the Aisitors by the district, and
the instiutute opened in the asternoon
with a talk on "The Teachers' par'" by
Mies Rebecca T. Smith, principal of the
Eastham school, Oregon City. V. A.
Davis, principal of the Harmony school,
spoke on "The Directors' Part," and U.
M. Lake clerk, joint district No. 6, closed
the program with a talkon"The Parents'
Part." Superintendent J. C. Kinser
acted as chairman of the meeting,
and also made a few appropriate re
marks. Teachers were given an oppor
tunity to contribute toward the
literary fund of the Orient school by
paying 25 cents for Junch.
The next institute will be in Oregon
Meeting of Chautauqua Stock
holders. On Tuesday afternoon, the stockhold
ers of the Chautauqua organization held
a meeting at the county court ' rooms.
George Steele and several other gen
tlemen favored the pioposition of de
creasing the number of shares of stock
from lOOOto 2000,and increasing their face
value proportionately to $25 per share.
But the scheme was not adopted. The
idea that the present organization be
wound up and a new one created was
discussed, but nothing came of it. One
conclusion was evidently come to, yiz.i
that the directors sell the stock on hand.
about 500 shares, at their face value of
$5 a share, in order to accumulate a re
serve fund from which to defray any
turned: "We, the jury, find in favor of shortage, in any future year, in the in
the above-named defendants, Clarence come. As the indebtedness of the or-
ernlzauon is jzuu anu me vaiue ui no
B, and Mary M. Jackson."
G. W. Church, Foreman.
In Minnie Cassidy vs P. A. Lindstrom,
ordered that defendant have 60 day to
file bill of exceptions.
property on the Chautauqua grounds on
which it baa 50-year lease, is $1500,there
is no reason for Its friends and patrons
to feel discouraged. The argument ad
vanced by one of the directors that the
Willamette Miller granted a divorce h 0 hand be distributed as widely
from John W. Miller. ag poggivie i order that even in remote
uruerea ilbi w . u. uait pay wu viuaSeB and towm of the state a proprie
C. Hall f 125 within 15 day from the 17th
iust., as temporary alimony
J. W. Kilgore granted divorce from
Arthur Woodbury granted a divorce
from Nora Woodbury.
The action of Robert Kelland agains
John Parsons et al., was instituted in
order to obtain a full title from the
county for realty bought under execu
tory interest be created in the Chau
tauqua meeting at Gladstone Park,
would, it seems, be promotive of the or
ganization's growth and prosperity.
The M. E. Church Building.
The structure to be placed under the
M E. church, consisting of one store
room, will have a frontage on Main
lion by Kelland, situate in block 28 street of 64)6 feet and a deptti oi od teet
Oregon City. The court so ordered. All the visible parts of the walls rlll be
Myra Wascienwltz vs Frank C. Was- of pressed bri.'k. Five large plate-glass
cienwits; defendant in default. windows will be placed in the Main
John Workman vs Hattie E. Work street frontage, and two on Seventh
man : decree of divorce. street, near the coiner. Several iron
Charles Wilkins vs Sarah Wilklns; miliars will support the front. W.A,
decree of di voice.
Mary Waack vs O. R. Waack ; decree
Annes J. Crookshank vs Frank Brake
bush and wife; ordered that the Bheriff
eject defendants from the Crookshank
farm, near Runnyside, if not gone by
Bills-0. E. Runyon, $20; T. W.
Fonts, $0; Howard M. Brownell, as at
torney in state case, $15.
White if the architect and superintend
ent. Mr. Black will be the occupant.
MI! MB EKS D1SC1IA BED.
Company A Can Xow Take
Bio re Xew Members.
First Lieutenant Fred Humphreys has
received discharge papers for the fol
lowing members of Company A, Third
Regiment, O.N. G.: H. II. Belt, pri
vate, cause, removal ' i state: W.
Hammond, private, sum.' cause; II. C.
Keller, private, same cuu.su; V. Mc
Lean, private, same cause; F. Shannon,
private, enlisted in the United States
Vrmy; 0. Heater, private, enlisted in
lie United States Navy; E. N. Rader,
urivate, removal from state; Henry
Watson, private, same cause; J. W.
Bufford, private, expiration of term of
service; W. D. Holt, corporal, same
K. L. McFarhtnd, sergeant, removal
irom state; N. Needham, sergeant, left
military district; E. L. Soolack, private,
lropped from list of members.
A matrimonial license was issued on
the Mt.h to Lena Mann and Albert
Ma,rried, on the 17th inst, by Rev.
E. S. Bollinger, at the residence of
George U Manze, Frances Neilmeyer
and W. O. Capps.
Married, on the 20th, by Justice Stipp,
at the residence of Mrs C. L. Spencer,
Edith M. Lovell and Robert E. Jones.
A license to wed has been issued to
Elnovia Frances Austen and Harvey
MILES & McGLASHAN, PROPS.
ORKGON CITY, OREGON
I LOCAL NEWS ITEMS f
Hay brings $8 per ton.
Mrs. Neal Oleson was taken to the hos
pital in Portland on Tuesday.
Mrs. J. B. Moore entertained a few of
her lady friend6 at tea on Wednesday
Rorn In west Oregon City, Nov. 19,
1902, to wife of W. F. Schooley, 'a 12.
On Tuesday evening the upper Wil
lamette stood 8.9 feet above lower water
mark, and the lower 18.
A great variety of fruit in jars, jellies
etc., at the niaiket on Wednesday, in
tlieCaufield block, one door north ol
Rev. Mr. Matthews, of Lincoln, will
preach at the home of Mr. Bruce, on up
Der Seventh street, on Saturday after
noon and Sunday.
Wanted : 500 babies at Howell & Jones'
Drug Store. See their ad.
Furnished rooms for rent; also unfur
nished rooms. Apply to Charles Sehram
on Ma'n street, near Masonic building.
The firm of Burmeieter & Anderson
will probably move into the new store
in the Garde building the latter part of
On the first Saturday in December
Maple Lane Grange will give a chicken
dinner, the proceeds to go toward the
fun J for the new hall.
The Saturday club will hold its
Thank EgTving market in the Caufield
Biock.one door north of Huntley's; on
Wednesday, from 10 a, m. until night.
Dr. Beard, who recently arrived from
the Black Hills, S. D., will in all proba
bility locate here. He lived in this
state six years ago, and Oregon is appar
ently good enough for him.
M. V. Petzold haB again entered into
the butcher business in this city by buy
ing out Mr. Betke. On Monday he tcok
possession cf the meat market, on the
corner of Main and Seventh.
Home-made mince pie, and all other
delicacies for a Thanksgiving dinner, at
the market of the Saturday club the day
before Thanksgiving. One door north
The theme at the Congregational
church on Sunday morning will be "A
Message of Comfort." In the evening
the minister will use the "Legend of the
Holy Grail" in illustrating a familiar
John Stamp, an Oregon City boy, has
changed his address from Chenowa,
Washington, to Lewistown, Washington,
where he is at present employed as head
engineer tor the Columbia Mill and Tie
Use "'Bromo Lax" for coughs and
colds. Price, 25 cents a box. With
each box you are entitled to one guess
on gold watch (guaranteed); by Char
man & Co., Cut Price Druggists.
Renewing three-fourths of the road
wav over Abernethy creek with four
inch plank took 50,000 feet of lumber,
costing $7 per thousand. It is claimed
that the renewal will stand five years of
Mr. A. A. Englehart has received
ansther shipment of gasoline lamps, both
for home and store lighting. He has
been very successful in his sales in this
county, having put lights in a number
of churches, Btores, and homes through
out the county.
J. B. Fairclough and Miss May Lew
elling, both of this city, were married at
The Dalles last Tuesday. They returned
to Oregon City the next day, and will
make it their future home. The Courier
extends congratulations to the happy
The Willamette river is booming.
'''"T'ltlliHlijjl'ilth dlrH"'!'1"" ii:J::.nirl;:;ii.n''Jj!ln
Will Close ftut Without a Doubt.
This is only the second week of my sale and have closed out over $5,000 worth of merchan
dise, consisting of a large stock of clothing, dry goods, boots and shoes, hats and caps, ladies and
children's capes and jackets, top and underskirts, hosiery, trunks and valises, dress goods and
trimmings, belts, belting and buckles. In fact everything to be made and ready made to wear
from top to bottom for both sex, and an attractive line of children's goods.
I have a large stock left yet of the above mentioned goods which must be sold by
New Years on account of my ill health, and if you don't hurry you will miss the best opportunity
ever offered you. The stock is in good 'condition yet and you can find everything to fit you.
Don't wait until the sizes and lots are broken. Come and get the cream of the goods at very
low prices, at prices that you never bought before. Remember, this is a bona fide sale; no hum
bug; everything must go regardless of cost; 1 herewith quote you a few of our prices of goods that
are selling fast and only a few left
$7.50 jackets tan and blue collars at $4 90
10c and 12c torchon laces to go at 5c
15c hose for ladies and children : . . 10c
$3.50 mercerized underskirts $2.15
$3.50 fur collarettes and boas $2.40
1 25c box fine toilet soap . . : 13c
$3.50 ladies French kid shoes, turned soles $2.50
Men's wool jackets 90c
) Men's heavy cardegan ulsters, $S.O0 down to. . $5.90
Men's and boys' suspenders, 2oc to 15c
Men's fleeced lined heavy undershirts 38c
Men's heavy cotton flannel undershirts 30c
All wool vanician, former price 75c per yaid
Wool and silk shawls and fascinators, ladies' and children's mackintoshes at nearly
half price and lots of other articles too numerous to mention.
Fancy wool sweaters for men and boys are getting low.
Come early and be convinced
THE UNION STORE
M. MTCItLAJUL, prop.
.Main Street, between Fifth and Sixth Streets, Oregon City, Oregon.
sHjjpujflu npii;'iii.n fill iilflllnntliraijll"!lflii'"jllll"pi"mill" 'nifm'nipmiiipiiiiiipj mjpnilimil5iminjjl.;ill!j npilligiin
. . ... . 1 La Croy G. W, La Croy, of lola,
week, credit was not given Miss Anita - , . ,
, -i t. i departed this life on Tuesday morning of
McCarver for contribution of $h towards f '
tlm rmblic drinking fountain. Miss
McCarver waB tireless
in her efforts tc
and full credit
secure the fountain,
should be given her.
Services will be held at St Paul's
Episcopal church next Sunday at the
usual hour of 11 and 5 o'clock. At the
morning service, the sermon will be on
"Discipline" and the offertory solo will
be sung by Dr. Francis reeman. in
the evening at 5 o'clock, the subject of
the sermon will be "Exercise," and a
solo will be sung by Mr. C. A. Miller.
Maple Lane Grange No. 296 will meet
at Nash's hall, Seventh street, on oai
nrdav. December 6th, at 10 o'clock a. m.
A nice chicken dinner will be served, to
which all grangers are invited, and a
nominal sum of 10 cents will be made
for the purpose of raising funds for
building a hall. The Master of Maple
Lane Grange is William Beard.
The mill now being built at the rear
of the 0. R. & W. dock for the Crown
Paper Company will be 30 by 120 feet
nrt two stories niab. in 11 win ue in
stalled four turbine wheels, which will
furnish motive power to four four-pacnet,
15-inch grinders-three of them running
Bteadily, twj wet machines and a dy
namo. Between 30 and 30 men are uo
ing employed. The mill will not be fin
ished until the end of February next.
TheThankBgivingDay service will be
held in the Presbyterian church on
Thr.a.v at 11 a. ra All churches of
.1 :. invited to participate. The
offering will be given to the Good
Samaritan Hospital ol f ortiana.iogemc
with some books, clothing or mearhan
dise as may be sent to the church in the
morning. Rev. Grimm of the M. E.
church will preach the sermon ana Miss
Conyers will sing.
Howell & Jcnes, the Main steet drug,
niota havB removed from Main street,
Since the rainy season began two weeks ear geventhi t0 their fine new quarters
tins week, of heart lailure. tie was
seventy yews old at the time of -h's
death. He was a pioneer in the Wil
lamette valley. He leaves a wile, two
sons, and a daughter all grown and do
ing for themselves. The deceased was
interred In the Redland cemetery on
Wednesday afternoon by Shank & Bis-
sell, the Oregon City undertakers.
We sell the greatest or blood purifiers,
Acker's Blood Elixir, under k positke guar
antee. It will cuie all chronic and other blood
poiHons. If you have eruptions or sores on vour
body, or are pale, weak or run down, It is'just
what you need. We refund money If you are not
satisfied; 50c and 81. Hcwell & Jones, druggists.
F, CdbO.By. Co.
, 25c is the regular Sunday
round 1 trip rate between Oregon
City and Portland. Get your tickets at
Harding's drug store."
If yon detdre a good complexion uae
M okl Tea, a pure herb drink . It acts on the
liver and makes the skin smooth and clear. Cures
sick headaches; 25o and SOo. Money refunded it
It does not satisfy you, write to w. H. Hooker A
Co., Buffalo, N. Y for free sample, or Howtll
A new Royal and a new Queen draw
head sewing machines will be giyen a
way to customers of Parkplace Cash
Store on Christmas.
Second-IIand & Junk Store
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR SECOND-HAND
GOODS, HIDES, JUNK
METALS OF ALL KINDS, ETC.
Large lot of Sacks for sale cheap.
Second-Hand Goods Bought and Sold
RING PHONE 416 FOR JUNK.
Sngarman & Co.
Bean Social and Banquet.
Wachono Tribe, No. 13, Order of Red
Men, gave a bean social and banquet
Saturday evening, In their hall, in honor
f John Wisemantle, the eldest member
f the order. Mr. Wisemantle also cele
iratod his 00th birthday. Speeches were
uade by the different members present
nd music was furnished by the Macca-
beo qnnrtrt. Different games w ore play
jd and ut the close a banquet was
ervcd, which sent nil the members
home in good spirits.
7 Bars 1776 Washing Powders
Package Fairbank's Gold Dust
8 Bars Xlut Laundry Soap
Can Monapole Syrup
Gallon Can Best Maple Syrup
Gallon New Orleans Molasses
Our Fine Blend Coffee
We handle a full line of Flour
Kelly Ruconich, Prorp.
J. W. COLE,
Fine Whiskies and Cigars
All goods bought in bond. Purity and quality guaranteed ,
ago the river has risen eighteen feet and
is now rushing over the falls and by the
city like a mill race. There is plenty of (
water for every purpose and everybody
rrof. Parker, graduate of Fowler &
Wells' school of phrenology, New York,
has rooms at the Brunswick 1 louse,
where he will be pleased to meet all stu
dents of human nature. It will pay you
to have your brain sized up by him.
Free Solid gold finger rings, at How
ell & Jones' Drug Store. See their ad.
The usual ThandkBgiving services will
be held at the St Paul's hpiscopa
church at 11 o'clock. The offerings in
money and kind will be for the Good
Samartain Hospital. An offertory
selection will be sung by the voung
On Tuesday evening, Nov. 25, the
M. E. Sunday school will give a literary
and musical entertainment in the Wood
men Hall. Refreshments will be served
aftei the program. An admission fee of
15 cents will be charged, and the pro
ceeds are to be applied on the Christmas
in the Garde block, and now have one
of the loveliest drug stores in Oregon
ctv. Thair new room is a beauty, ana
they will be better able to take care of
their ever-increasing trace m uie iuiu.
than they have been in the past.
Shank & Bissell have moved their un
.lrtkinB establishment from their old
quarters on Lower Seventh street, where
.i,.. h. hniit fnrtb for years, to the
.Tasear buildiuc, lately occupied by H
W. Jackson, Main street, between Sev
enth and Eighth. In their new quarters
they will have abundant room to accom
modate their patrons and will conduct
their business in the future on a larger
scale than in the past.
A Droiectlnn rim will be built along
the front of the roof of the Eastham
Lobus brick building to prevent the con
stant driD on the head and Bhoulders of
any one who happens to stick his head
out of doors. By-the-way, the hotel
1,0 r.l he ia in such a constant state of
overflow of lodgers that a second, or
even a third, story added to the East
ham-Logan builJing would be filled up
, before the plaster was dry
1 Uurmeister & Andreson, the Oregon
Mr. Win. O. Capps and Miss Frances City jewelers, will move from their pres
ent quarters in the Masonic buildin
tn their ouarters in the Garde block next
week. They have'always bad the repiv
tation of carrvinc the finest stock of
jewelry, diamonds, watches and musical
instruments in the Btat of Ureon, out
side of Portland. In their new quarters
their store will be "a thing of beauty
and a joy forever."
Hoilmoyer were united in the bonds of
matrimony, November 14, at the
Congregational parsonage, Uov. E. S.
Bollinger officiating. Both bride and
crooux are well and favorable known in
this community, They will reside at
In report ot treasurer for Clackamas
County Humane Society published last
James E. Pepper, Kentucky Burbon
Old Sam Harris Kentucky Bourbon
Old Roxbury Rye
Cor. Railroad Ave. and Main St.
are made as good as lamps
can be made; they are the
best for clear and steady light,
simple in constructian, durable
Each Lamp Is a
Complete Gas Plant
msde of brass nd copper finish. Stand
on table or hung to celling. Can be
taken from one room to another while
Imrnins;. Easy to operate, perfectly safe.
Cost about one cent for three hours burn
ing. Be independent. Farmers light up
four homes as well as those In cities.
A. A. EXGELBABT,
Oregon City, Ore.
Lamr on eihilition at Johnson Lamb,
Bicycle and Gun Store, Oregon City.
WO Candle rower
100 Candle Power