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OREGON CITY COURIER, FitiMY, JANUARY 16, 1903.
YALUES and BARGAINS
Oiir. Great Gearance Sale
Draws the crowd. Unparalled price-cutting
in every department.
The Balance of Capes and Jackets at Half Price'
SEALETTE AND M97C, $1.15, $2.25, $1.50, '$1.85, $1.95,
PLUSH CAPES t?l'n ?'??-85, .-and
12.50 and $15.00 quality, closing at
$5.85 and 7.65. The greatest values and bargains in plush and
sealette capes ever offered by any house in America, wholesale
. SEE US TODAY ON DRESS GOODS
McAllen & McDonnell
THIRD AND MORRISON STS, PORTLAND, OREGON
I PERSONALS 1
IF, A. Miles went to St. Helens the
first of the week on a visit to friends.
Miss Gertie Sbaner, of McKee, has
been visiting friends in the city for the
past two weeks.
Mrs, S. S. Jennings, of Portland, has
been visiting her fattier at Maple Lane
during the past week,
Judge Ryan went to Portland Tuesday
evening to assist in the joint installation
of the Allison and Golden Rule Lodges,
I. 0. 0. F.
. Horace Strickland has returned from
The Dalles, where he has beeu for the
past month in a hospita,, seriously 111.
He is much improved in health.
Judge William Galloway, Dr. R. B.
Beattie and Dr. Carll were among the
prominent democrats who went to Port
land last Thursday evening to attend
the democratic smoker.
F. A. Miles returned Wednesday
morning from a trip to St. Helens and
Scappose, where he has been for sev
eral days, visiting his old friends and re
lations. Mr . Miles was for a number of
years a resident of that section of the
state. His brother lives there and runs
a big milk ranch and creamery.
Among the Oregon Cityites who at
tended the opening sessio o of the state
legislature Monday were : 0. B. Moores,
A. 8. Dresser, T. F. Ryan, J. A.Tal
bert, J. U. Campbell, Al. Richardson,
W. W. Smith, Floyd Jones, J. 0. Pad
dock, Col. Longley, Albert Crossen,
Itobert Lesley, George Randall, J. W.
M cAnulty and Theodore Fouts.
I LOCAL NEWS ITEMS I
Wanted, farm hand. H. L, Skirvln,
The regular meeting of the Mother's
Club will be held at the home of Mrs.
George C. Brownell next Thursday after
noon. Miss Margaret Re. ling and Robert
Porter were united in matrimony at the
home of Rev. Father Hillebrand, of the
Catholic church, Tuesday afternoon.
Dr. Freeman, dentist, wishes to an
nounce to bis many friends his removal
to more spacious offices in the new
building, corner of Seventh street bridge,
The board of directors of the Oregon
City school district, No. 2, will meet at
the court house in Oregon City on Mon
day evening for the purpose of levying a
tax for school purposes during the com
ing year. ,
Mrs. 8. A. Forsythe, a lady 70 years
of age, residing at Clackamas Heights,
fell and the-result is a badly broken arm
near the wrist. The painful accident
occurred last Friday. Dr. Sommer
was called to set the fracture.
Christ Complita, a native of Austria,
was recently discharged from the asy
lum, and last week Judge Ryan issued
an order directing his guardian to draw
sufficient funds from his estate to give
him a comfortable passage back to his
The remains of Mrs. Edward Califf,
who died at Phoenix, Ariz., of consump
tion, arrived in t,hi city for interment
the first of the week. The deceased was
well known here and leaves a large cir
cle of friends to mourn her her departure.
The annual dance of the Columbia
Hook and Ladder Oo. will be given this
year on the 21st, as Washington's birth
day falls on Sunday. The committee
has Becured Everst's full orchestra of
Portland, which will furnish the music
for the occasion.
The topics at the Congregational
church next Sunday will be "Harmoni
ous Increase," in the ' morning, and
"Some Improper Positions from which
Men View Jesus Christ," in the even
ing. Special musical features will be
added to the usual program.
Rev. Craig, of the Southern Metho
dist church, will not hold bis usual Sun
day service at the Ely Methodist church
on next Sunday. At the present time
he is detained in the country on ac
count of serious illness, and his regular
appointments will be suspended until
his recovery. i
The Saturday Club of the Congrega
tional church hereby announces that they
have secured Dr. House to give three of
his illustrated lectures at the church
on the 3rd, 10th cad 17th ct ebruary.
These are the best of a longer series that
are being given in Portland with such
great success. '
H. E. Cross, manager of the Willam
ette Valley Chautauqua Association,
which is held at Gladstone, left Monday
evening for San Francisco, to meet the
manager of the Pacific Coast Chaotau
qua, for the purpose of agreeing on tal
ent for this year's assembly. He will
be gone about a week.
There was a false alarm of fire Mon
day morning about 7 o'clock. The fire
rinnartmrnit wan railed out to nut out a
fire at the home of W. H. H. Sampson,
across the street from the court house,
but their services were not needed. The
fire was in a chimney and no damage
A rjleasant surprise party was given
to Mrs. January by Mrs. Oglesby and a
number of friends last Monday evening,
beins the anniversary of Mrs. January's
twenty-B( cond birthday. The evening
was spent in music ana games, ending
with refreshments. Ail present ex
pressed the wish that Mrs. January
may live to enjoy many such anniversa
ries. Two juries were drawn Thursday
morning by the circuit court. The names
of the first are: Jas. Shelley, J. A. Brad
lev, A. N. Munsey, J. A. Tuft, W. H.
Young, W. J. Rauoh, 0. F. Jones, E. C.
Maddock, N. W. Robbins, Wheeler
Church, John Button and Pat Harris.
The second jury is a special venire and
composed of the following citizens: T.
P. Randall, 8. G. Buford, S. B. Cardiff.
0. C. Babcock, E. Parker, E. H. Cooper,
Frank Redner, John Gleason, E. L.
Johnson, John Noble and H. W. Trem
batb. W. I. Rowan and Miss Emma Davis
were quietly married at the home of the
bride in this city Tuesday evening at 7
o'clock. The nuptial knot was tied by
Rev. J. H. Beaven of the Baptist
church. Only a few of the most. inti
mate friends of the contracting parties
were present to witness the ceremony .
The groom is a well-known young busi
ness man of this citv. having made his
home here for the past eight years and
having but recently engaged in the re
staurant business. The bride is a very
charming voung lady, and is quite well
and favorably known. They are at home
Spoons and uft7 nnVrnrnnnr? are Made
a I04f nuuuo.DKvo; to Match
these fancy pieces, and can be supplied at any time. If you wish table snver,
including Carving Sets and all sizes of Knives, Forks and Spoons in one pattern,
purchase the "1847 Rogers Bros." ware "Silver Plate that Wears."
Start with a few pieces, add others at your convenience, and you will be surprised
how easily and quickly your table will be supplied with all the necessary articles
in the best grade of silver plate made.
We carry a large assortment of these ware in stock, also Tea
Sets, Baking Dishes, Butter Dishes, Fruit Baskets, Cake Baskets, Etc.
Let us shov you the latest patterns.
BURMEISTER & ANDRESEN
The Oregon City Jewelers.
Suspension Bridge Corner
to their friends at RIIlv Rowan's restau
rant on Main street.
Hon. Ohas. Tf. Letonrette has returned
home from a1 nyth'8 trip through the
Eastern Stated; Where he has been seek
ing to interest Capital in his new electric
railway. Mr. Latourette gives it out
that the road will certainly be built the
coming summer. Mr. Latonrette's visit
to the East was a very pleasant one.
On Christmas dav be was the guest of
old kinsfolk at Fenton, Michigan, and
while East he visited kinspeople in New
York and Boston. Mr. Latourette ex
presses himself as being very glad to get
back to the Willamette valley. AH over
the East he found snow and sleet, trains
delayed and commerce tied np by the
vigorous condition of winter. Return
ing to his borne in the valley lie nnas
spring-like weather prevailing and balmy
breezes blowing. He says there is no
place in the world like Oregon, and no
place in Oregon like the Willamette val
ley and Oregon City. Mr. Latourette is
loyal to his own city.
"Prescriptions carefully compounded" Maybe they are
careful. We hope so But when you takeyoiir,, prescriptions v
Most Druggists $aij:
THE GRIM REAPER
CLAIMS AN01HER PROMI
William, K. Roberts, of Beaver
Creek, Called to Ms La-t
Account An Old Pioneer ,
and an Excellent Man.
There is an Angel, whose name is
And with his sickle keen,
He reaps the bearded grain at a
And the flowers that grow between.
As the result of a fall received several
months ago, William K. Roberts, of
Beaver creek, died at his home last
Thursday, the 8th inst. The deceased
was an aid pioneer of Clackamas county.
having come here in his early youth and
located at Beaver creek in 1850. He
has lived there ever since and followed
farming as a vocation. He has pros-
ered and leaves a comfortable estate to
is wife and children.
At the time of his death he was 68
years old. He was a native of Wales,
and possessed all the sterling qualities of
that hardy race in the North of Eng
land. He was a member of the Welsh
branch of the Presbyterian church and
lived up to its creed.
A wife and hve children are left to
mourn bis demise.1 Sunday the funeral
services were conducted at the Presby
terhn church at Beaver creek in the
presence of a very large crowd of sor
rowing friends and relatives by the Rev.
Jones, of Oswego, after which the re
mains were laid to rest in the church
yard cemetery to await the coming of
the resurrection morn. .
Try a 50c bottle of Herrine, notice the
improvement speedily effected in your
appetite, energy, strength ai d vigor.
Watch bow it brightens the spirits, gives
treeaom Irom indigestion and debility 1
Isaac Story, Avo, Mo., writes, Sept. 10,
luuu: "I was in bad health, I had atom
ach trouble for 12 months, also dumb
chills. Dr. J. W. Mory prescribed Her
rine, It cured me in two weeks. Ican
not recommend it too highly; it will do
all you claim for it. Sold by Charman
& Co., City Drug Store, Oregon City,
to Howell & Jones drug store YOU ARE SURE they will be
carefully and accurately compounded by
Ours is not a department store, but a modern prescription
drug store, We make a specialty of this work becausejwe
thoroughly understand it and have fitted our store especially
for the compounding of prescriptions. '
Doctors appreciate the accuracy and care witn which we
compound their prescriptions and that accounts for our , large
HOWELL & JONES
, PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS
Linn E. Tones
The Best Laundry is the Cheapest
The Troy Steam Laundry is tht Best
Does not wear out or destroy your linen.
Our Wagon will call for your soiled linen each week and
deliver your laundried goods to your home. Perfect satisfac
tion assured. s
E. L. JOHNSON, The Barber, Agent.
New Era Flouring Mills
We have purchased of Strejo Bros, the New Era Flouring Mills and
are now in possession and d ring business at the old stand. We guarantee
satisfaction to all who may oome our way. To our friends and patrons we
ask a continuance of their kindness and courtesy to us and assure them
that we shall do our very best to please them.
Bread is the staff of life, without good flour you can not have good bread
Good Bread Wakes Bappy domes
Give us your trade and we will give you kind treatment and the
BEST FLOUR that can be made. ' .
Sevcik Bros. SS3?SS New Era, Or.
The legal voters of school district, No.
62, Oregon City, will bear in mind that,
in accordance with notices duly posted,
there will be a school meeting held on
Monday, the 19th day of January, 1903,
at the hour 7:30 o'clock, . p. m., in the
county court room.for the purpose of levy
ing a tax to raise a fund for paying the
expenses of the district for the ensuing
year, ana considering, the question of
building an addition to tbe Eastham
0. O. T. Williams,
Land titles examined and abstracts
made. I guarantee to defeat anr tax
title or tax deed in Clackamas count v
otherwise no charge made. Monev
G. B. Dimick, Lawyer;
Oregon City, Or.
Finds Way to Live Long. ,
The startling announcement 01 a Dis
covery that will surely lengthen life is
made by Editor 0. H. Downey, of Chu-
rubusco, Ind. "I wish to state," he
writes, "that Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption is the most infallible
remedy that I have ever known for
coughs, colds and grip. It's invaluable
to people with weak lungs. Having
this wonderful medicine no one need
dread pneumonia or consumption. Its
relief is instant and cure certain." Geo.
A. Harding guarantees every 50c and
1,00 toitle, end give trial bottles free
Selling at Cost
Yes, I mean just what I say. We are
selling better and mote goods for the same
money than any other store, in the county.
Come and look on our goods and the verdict
Place to 6ct Bargains
IS AT THE
Letter Lint ,
Following is the list of letters remain
ing in the Oregon City, postoftice,
Jan. 15, 1903.
Women's List Buchanan, Mrs. Elsie,
Bair, Miss Carrie, Godge, Mrs. Stella,
Johnston, Miss A., Moore, Mrs. O. A.,
Melroze, Hazel, Robinson, Miss R. J.
Men's List Akina, Dr., Belue, Elba,
Uassidy, E F., Dunn, Guy, Ekstrand,
M , Edwards, Archie, Frost, R., Falon,
J. W., Githens, John, Hudson, M., Hun
ter, N Hi kpy, Rev. M. J., Handy, D.,
Marlin, J. M., Hbleich, Ed J., Smith,
J. 8., Smith, Geo. W., Steiner, Fred,
Towle, Dr. J. G,. 2, Wileoa, J. M.
G. F. Hobton, P. M.
The Secret of Long Life.
Consists in keeping all the main or
gans of the body in healthy, regular ac
tion, and in quickly destroying deadly
disease terms. Electric Bitters regu
late stomach, liver and kidneys, purify
the blood, and give a splendid' appetite.
They work wonders in curing kidn .y
troubles, female complaints, nervous
diseases, constipation, dyspepsia and
malaria. Vigoious health and strength
alnays follow their use. Only 50 cents,
guaranteed by Geo. A. Harding, drug-
The COURIER guarantees to its advertisers
that it has 600 MORE Circulation in Clacka
amas county than any other paper published in the
yt COUnty, US douk.5 arc uytu xui uiapuuiit a s
weights are to be found at the postoffice. If this
statement is not found to be true on investigation by
an impartial committee we will give to the Y. M. C
A. of Oregon City a present of Fifty Dollars in gold.
"The Proof of the Pudding is in Chewing the
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