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OREGON CITY COURIER, FRIDAY, MaRCH 20, 1903.
SAf ER AND BETTER
Never send money by mail. A bank draft
is always safer; it is. also better in
other ways. We sell the drafts; they are
good throughout the U. S. and Canada. Our
charges are very low.
the Bank of Oregon City
Three more farms in our burg have
changed hands. Mr. Shortlidge and
John Dixon sold their ranches to two
families from Oreahairj. Mr. Short
age thinks of locating here again. Mrs,
Burhhardt has purchased the place re-
cently vacated hy Horace Williams, who
has moved to lily.
Easter flowers are in bloom, and fall
grain is looking better after these few
'lays of warm weather.
Miss Matlie Noe, of Oregon City, yis
i'ed her uncle, O. F. Gibbs and family
M'iss Jessie Jackson is working in
Mr. Irvin haB moved his family to a
f.irm on the other side of the creek.
The weather is magnificent balmy
Kind springlike with an occasional flurry
Grain is spreading its green mantle
over the fall-sown fields.
Spuds that have not been dug are
Kprouting, and it looks as though spuds
would "come up" yet.
Boads are better than usual for this
Heas jn of the year.
Tha wood camps are on the boom.
Hay is in good demand at a reason
Grass on the range is more backward
than it has been for many years.
Spring flowera are commencinz to
Most of the stock has wintered In an
exceptionally good condition.
Mr. Pomparein left Sunday for the
Dakotas, where he will be absent a fort
night. Financial matters called him
J. Q. Gage and family will leave in a
few days for St. Helens. Mr, Gage will
go into the sawmill business there.
Mi. and Mrs. Page and son, Henry,
are vixiting with Mrs. Gage. They hail
George Cline is employed by Fred
Baker for five months at If 40 per month.
The English services at the Baptist
church have been well attended. That
feature is one of the best drawing cards
that has been turned for many mouths.
May the good work go on,
Iteutter and sons have the post holes
dug along the east side of their showy
little farm, and in a few days a new
board fence will take the place of the
old rails that were put there in the
The high winds of last week leveled
some fences and demolished a few old
building1). The south end of the Weed
barn was blown away, and the south
end of the Milem barn on the Hayes
frm was blown in. Several head of cat
tle were in the barn at the time, but by
dint of good fortune none were injured.
George, brother of John Hohlswath,
arriveriiirom Dakota last week, lb) re
ports the snow six feet deep when he
New paint has put G. Mover's lesi
ilnc8Bii.l windmill tower to the front.
Hon. E. A. . Moses, of Portland, spent
S unlay with his sister, Mrs. M. A.
Wedding hells barken I They sound
i i-the near olliing so sweet and clear.
' uie up your bazoo, boys, for the second
i Mot m a lifetime will soon come to
ttishool grinds merrily on with it's two
f-ire and tun pupils in daily attendance.
lonry Schatz has again gone into onion
r using. He will eventually pay the
I'tirtgage on his farm with Ins onion
Another two weeks, then away to the
1 oks with hook and lino to angle for
l.ji speckled beauties.
John Weimnandle went to Portland
Kauday and rotumed Monday.
M'ibs Maggie Maloy visited Miss A.
Kii of Oregon City over Sunday.
August Bremer and Joe Kelt are grad
fctg the street, south from the school
Mark Slyter of Oregon City visited his
threat ot this place Sunday.
Fred Burgoyne and Miss Obrock, of
Portland, spent Saturday and Sunday
ith Mr. ahd Mrs. Burgoyne.
Mike Maloy ia laid up with a lame
Mr. Shockluy and friend of Canby was
i-l town Suuday afternoon.
Wm Irvin, of Aurora, passed through
ursteetu Saturday with a band of
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Thompson's Bargain Store
Just opened, with a
At Very Close Prices
Located next door to Huntley's
Oregon City, Oregon
Edd Brnlth returned Sunday morning
irom jacKson county, wnere be has
taken a tine timber claim.
Blaine hite, of Canby, has a claim
joining Mr. Bradth's.
Geo, Randall Jr, returned to Salem
Sunday to resume his studies at the
Al Gregory, of Hog Hollow, was seen
on our streets Sunday evening.
Misses Katie and Laura Newburv
spent Saturday and Sunday in Port
land. Mr. McArthur is Betting along first-
rate under the care of bis dauahter. Mrs.
Geo. Brown. He is able to sit up part
of the time. We wish him a speedy re
Mrs. Slyter accompanied grandma.
Reynolds to Montague California.
Calvin Kocher spent Monday night
ith Wilbur Newbury.
Mrs. Spulak and Mrs. Mead attended
Kirk Rebecca Lodge of Canby Tuesday
At road meeting Wednesday nieht.
ten residents raised 520 toward improv
ing the Abernethy and Viola road.
A. Kerahem, J8 Fullam. Wm Stone
and W. H. Bnnney heading the list at
$100 each. The committe has at this
time $1280 signed. It is up to Oregon City
people now as to whether this road shall
be completed or not. With a good road
to the city and free rural delivery and
the best and cheapest farming land in
me sia e, Keuiana will make its in
fluence felt in the near future. "Keep
your eye on xteuiana.
Rev. Hatch will preach his farewell
sermon at Bethel Piesbyterian church
There is a scarce of small pox in this
place, as several have been exposed.
Several children have been kept out of
Mjhoul from Viola on that account.
VV in. Stone is getting out timbe's for
a large barn. Mr. Stone is one of Red
lanus pillars always taking a lead in
any thing that is for building up of the
iid Morgan has gone to California to
work in the wines until harvest time
Mr. Evans is thinking of going to
California in the near future.
Mrs. Lash has decided to stay on the
place while Mr. Lash works in Port
The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Gus
Fisher is very sick with pneumonia.
Mr. Editor, if the editor of the Astoria
Herald is the same man that managed
the Enterprise five years ago, you will do
well to consider the source it comes from
and let it ko at that. I think your read
ers will agree with me, that at that time
the Enterprise conducted the dirtiest
campaign in the history of the county.
"Curtis," of Brownell fame is possibly
one and the same,
The fall wheat has suffered consider
ably owing to freezing. It is estimated
at about .00 per cent of the crop at pre
Mr. Storm's sister-in.law arrived from
the East last week.
f A geuteiuan from Oregon City is cruis
ing the timber along Clear Creek with
a view of organizing a company to
float logs or build a line up the creek.
Frank Spragae is doing Borne breaking
lor u. a. tiouiuswortn.
George Koehler made a business trip
louregoi t;ity w eanosaay.
Mr. Melvin, of Barlow, was in town
Mr. MundorfT and Mrs. Boroughs
went to Oregon City Friday.
Mr. Lehman, of Milwaukie, was call
ing on old friends and acquaintances in
school district No. 18 Friday.
B. H.White and Ed Bradtl returned
from Southern Oregon Saturday.
Mrs. Eva Henry, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Terrv, of Canny, was buried in
Portland last Wednesday. Mrs. Henry's
death resulted fro. a burns received by
falling on a lighted lamp during a faint
ing Bpell caused, it is said by gas taken
for painless extraction of teeth. Mr.
and Mrs. Terry have the sincere sympa-
iny 01 an itieir many menus.
Mr. and Mrs. Lou Rogers, of Portland,
were in Canny Saturday,
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Evans visited Mr.
and Mrs. George Knight Sunday.
Claude Hampton was shaking hands
with old friends Sunday.
Miss Kate Hampton returned from
Portland Saturday night.
Grant White visited relatives in Canby
Mrs. Klinger visited friends at Macks
bu rg last week.
brand new stock of dry
shoes, and kitchon
Messrs. Jack Howard, Bates, Charles
Boroughs, A. Kocher, Adam Knight,
Cal Kocher, Prnner, Frede, Otto Evans,
Mcintosh, Dr. Dedman went to Needy
to assist in the initiation of candidates
into thel. 0. 0. F. All teportagood
Edith Hobnrt, of Marquam, Mrs.
Phil Tucker and John Daly, of Macks
burg, were in town Saturday.
S :bool commenced again Monday with
Mr. and Mrs. Winches as teachers.
Miss Ethel TerrvandMr.- Henry, of
Portland, visited Mr. Terry Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Will, of Aurora, were
in Canby Monday.
Miss Emma Evans is very sitk with
toneilitis, but at last report she is im
proving. John Clausson died Sunday at his
residence near Canby. The cause of
his death was cancer. Mr. Claussan
leaves a widow and a large family.
Mr. Gilbertson has returned from a
visit to the East.
Mr Bradtl won the gold ring raffled
off at the drug store,
Mr. Bairwas a Portland visitor Mon
day. Thomas Blanchard, Sr., and wife vis
ited Canby Tuesday. .
Change is at a premium in Canby just
after the pay car comes in. Everybody
has 20's to change. Why doesn't some
capitalist s.art a bank here. This is the
second largest rity in Clackamas coun
ty and can easily make enough banking
to do a good business.
Mr, St. Pat.ick was in town celebrat-
ine Tuesday. The j illy patron saint is
well represented by his chosen nation
At the present writing Beaver Lake Is
neatly white washed with two inches of
George Slaughter lost a valuable mule
oi e day last week.
Miss Tessa Larkins, of Marctua r. our
ex-school mistress was visiting ia this
section a few days ago,
W. E. Grim a well known and hiehlv
respected young man of this section who
has been attending school at Eorest
Grove is now home visiting his parents
bv request. He delivered a lecture on
temperance at tha Beaver Lake school
house Sunday last to a score of old
schoolmates and friends, He is an able
speaker and made many hitting re
Francis Mann has a new huntinir doa
the Hooters will have to Bet high and
the bucks run fast now.
John Groshong is the oldest pioneer
in this section. He has spent over a half a
century in Oregon .
Ralph Slaughter a well know young
man of this hurg was out looking for
work a few days ago but returned with,
out a job.
Wm Casedy is not very well at pres
ent. Miss Kate Lyons is working for Mrs.
Robert Shubel was in our midst .last
Bertie Lyons who went to Cathalamet
a few week ago has returned.
F. M. Manning left here some time
ago and has started a store on the
Columbia river. He is progressing nice
ly. Mrs. Manning is attending the store
Ohas. Boynton made a horse trade
with Bob Supdgrass a few days go.
Wm Buckner was in our burg last
week hunting his horses which had
strayed away. He found them Thurs
Mr. Carlson is visiting his dauffhter
mum, mrs, r . jzincttHon. i
Mrs. Geo. Force is at Vancouver at
present. Mr. Force intends to make
his future home there as they have
sold their property here.
Chas. and Ida Boynton were visiting
hi vvoouourne last weeK.
Frank Manning is at home suffering
wiui wuai ne uiougnt to ue a lelon on
We are glad to see Tommy's pleasant
smile back home again.
Perhaps we should have spokes last
week, but belter late than nevar. So
Lengthy we were greatly honored by
your presence at the grand affair of the
season the entertainment. We didn't
exactly mean to give you the mitteu but
the glove was what tookthecake. How
about it? has not your girl got her new
spring hat yet? Wellcome again.
Mr. Eriokson is 0:1 the sick list.
Cage the woo lehuck
Dodge the lyon,
Pen up the lamb;
For the baby elephants is loose.
And i'segwv'in back to Dicxie.
W e are having Webfoot weather again
arid farmers are taking another rest
after doing aonie plowing and sowinn.
ins seven nepler sislerB took dinner
av uie ocraiuiin nome Saturday. Their
names are as follows: Mrs. Kate Law
iiujr r,sier Harris, of Iowa; Mrs.
iub'o nu daughter, of Port,
and ; Mrs. May Johnson, of Washing
ton; Mrs. Maud Sutherland, of Hood
Kiver, Mrs. Kebecca Morris, of this
place, and Mrs. Laura Belle Scranilin, of
this place. A sumptuous dinner was
served, and a rejuvenating time was en
joyed by all present.
Several farmers of this place went to
pregoo City last week to pay their
taxes, taking advantage of the thvee per
i A?uJ prpt.tr WedJlnR took place on
he 11th at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Brusoh. the contracting parties being
trauk Brusch and Mis Anna Walch!
iyev. Schoenbera performed the mar
riage ceremony. A large number of in-
and valuable gifts were received by the
young couple. The bride is one of he
TJT: r ' "V1 hiKh'-V warned SuS
ladies of thm place, while the croom is
one of our most enterprising yoTrm.
e8, who can boast of a host of friends
d no enemie,, May their joysbe
Over 3000 Boys
in various parts -of
the country are
making; money in
their spare time
Post. Some make
as much as $10.00
and $15. oo a week.
Any boy who '
reads this can do
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There are many stories of real busi
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Fred Walch is boarding over in Rus
fia and all indications show that he will
soon inherit the th one.
Fred Lamour U talking of going to
Eastern Oregon soon.
L. Heinz, who has been working up
near Hepner, has returned home. He
is now on the sick list, and is talking of
going to Arizona accompanied by his
Call and see the Parisian Novelties in
hats. Exclusive styles. Miss C. Gold
smith. Price now $1.00
There has never teen a remedy
that actually cured piles until
this one was discovered by Dr.
Perrin. There is .not a. person
who suffers from this distressing
disease who is not wiiling to pay
fi.oo to have the cause removed
permanently. Immediate results
and you taks it, that's all.
Will recover tils Sweet
dij!)os.llion if these are
on the breakfast table:
Our justly celebrated New York Self
Raising Buckwheat Flour. ,
Our Guaranteed Strictly Pure 'Maple
Our Celebrated White House Coffe
in i and 2 pound cans.
Then for Dinner
Take a full line of "Preferred Stock"
canned Vegetables and Fruits.
But Why Enumerate
Let us take the contract of keeping vour
family in goad humor with our dainty
Tbe th Street Grocer.
MILES & McGLASHAN; PROPS,
OREGON CITY, OREGON
Can Griffin Baked Beans
3 Cans Fine Pink Salmon
20 Bars Good Soap,
2 Cans Best Table Syrup
2 Pounds Good Coffee
5 Pound Pkg. Perfection Salt
Jar Eddy's Mustard, very fine
3 Packages Seeded Raisins
MRS. GRIFFITH .
The Celebrated Palmist and Clairvoyant
Has arrived in Oregon it y
and is now located at the
Electric Hotel Parlors, 3 and 4
Where she can be consulted on all affairs of life. No
matter what your trouble is she can help you. Every
one is invited to call on this gifted Medium and test
for themselves. Her fee is .within the reach of all.
Palmistry taught in the most scientific way, Hypno
tism taught and Medministic persons developed.
Fine Whiskies and Cigars
. All goods bought in bond. Purity and quality guaranteed
y James E. Pepper,
3 J Old Roxbury Rye
Cor. Hailroad Ave. and Main St.
!ft m'm m i tit N
This is not not a bad big show, but a good little one. Not the
largest show on earth, but some of the best performers
OUR STAR ETHELE OUR STAR
The greatest living Exponent of her art. After seeing her the
most skeptical are satisfied. The Phenomenon of the 20th Century
B and MARRY
One of the Principal Attractions at Wordward's Pavilion. San Francisco
Bernard's Troupe of trained canines, 4 in number.
The New Zealand Trained Horses, Tapau and Gypsey, ac
knowledged by press and poblic to be second to none.
The Fairy Ponies Emerald and Molly, the children's delight
Monday, March 23rd
At Top oi Seventh Street Steps
Doors open at 7:39
Good Laundry Soap,
Good Table Syrup
Good Roast Coffee
Good Green Coffee
Yosemite Coffee -' ' -Soperla,
same as Sapolio
English Breakfast Tea -Lemon
and Vanila Extracts,
Ground Spices, bulk
Good Maple Syrup
We trade for Farm
THE UTB PMNT
OCO. T. HOWARD, Prof).
Court House Block, Oregon City, Oreg
8 bars, 25 cents
1-2 gallon can, 25 cents
I pound, 5 cents
2 pounds, 25 cents
2 pounds, 25 cents
- per package, 1 1 cents
6 bars, 25 cents
- pound, 30 cents
bring bot., I ounce, 5 cents
3 cans, 25 cents
' 1 pound, 25 cents
- 1 bottle, 5 cents
7 1-2 pounds, 25 cents.
quart, 25 cents
Produce and Shingles.