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OREGON CITY COURIER ' FRIDAY, ' MAY 8 1903
Huntley Bros., Druggists.
Huntley Bros., Athletic Goods
Vim and Sparkle
Our sparkling soda has, they tell us,
a refreshing quality that most soda lack.
We know why-
Our juices are made from the
best fruit; our ice cream from
the purest cream.
Weuseithin classes and don't skimp
IKon the ice. Everything used at our foun
j tain is the very best that can be bought.
Then our soda is charged just right by
an automatic carbonator, always the same
Last, the soda is served right,- there's
something in that.
20 Per Cent Discount
We have aeain secured the bie East-
ern Sample line of Hammocks which
the" traveling salesman disposes of
each year at this end a his.tnp. We
get 20 per cent di si.ount and save the
freight. The freight saving we take
and the 20 per cent discount you get
if you buy a hammocK nere.
In other words you may deduct 20
percent from the marked prices, the
mark d prices we guarantee to be East
ern prices, not Pacific coast prices.
Forty different hammocks, no two
alike, .better get nrsi cnuite. tyi
put it aside for you if you are not
Sometimes soelled "Raffia.'1
There are as many kinds of Ra
phia as kinds of hay, but unlike
hay, all kinds of Raphia are sold
at the same price, the price that
ought to get the best. We have
just opened a fresh bale, its the
very choicest quality, right color
tough fiber, silky and pliable.
Natural, per pound 20c
Natural, two pound .-.35c
Natural, five pounds..85c
Colored; two ounces ..15c
Colored, per pound 75c
Needles, per dozen 10c
Instruction Books iOc
They Lay in May
In most localities, moth
lay their eggs in May, and
it's important that you use
some sort of a moth de
stroyer in your furs and
woolejis before that time.
These articles should be
dusted, sunned and then
A 25 cent box of Tokyo
Crystal Camphor will pro
tect a whole chest of furs,
try a package this year in
stead of the vile smelling
moth balls. We have all
the moth destroyers, Cam
phoir, Napathaline, Moth
Balls, etc., but Tokyo Cam-
phoir beats them all.
There may be wheels as good as a Col
umbia, but why take chances when you
can get the -acknowledged best for the
the same price. Columbias have always
I ead they still lead in style, easy running
qualities, wear and new Improvements,
Let us show you a Columbia and explain
Morrow coaster extra
We carry a large line of bicycle sundries
nothing so cheap that we cannot guaran
tee it but everything at a price that
can guarantee. We give double protec
tion quality and price and we cheerfully
refund money for every unsatisfactory pur
chase. Get our prices on tires, bells and
saddles before you buy.
We are agents for Spalding's baseball
and athletic goods and carry in stock the
full line of league bats,balls, mitts, gloves,
masks, etc. Let us quote prices on unl
forms and outfits. Prices guaranteed.
Split bamboo rods, $ij good flys, 25c per
dozen; snell hooks 30c per dozen; plain
hooks, 5c per dozen; reels 15c and up: lines
5c and up.
On a CRESCENT
The prettiest, neatest and lightest ladies'
wheel on the market. See them on the
streets and note the graceful, low-dropped
frame, the aluminum chain guard, the
swell finish of the dress guards and rims.
They steer easy, run easy, have dust proof
bearings and require the the least amount
of care; and best of they are seldom seen
In the repair shop. -
Chain Crescents, $25 and $35
Chainless " 50 " 65
Boys & girls" 18 " 20
Al Gregory, of New Era, spent Sun
day in tuis city.
0. U. Barlow, of Barlow was an Ore
gon City visitor Tuesday.
Mrs. Phillips, of Clackamas, was an
Oregon City visitor Wednesday.
L. J Orendorff, of Portland, was in
Ortgon City on business Monday.
Mrs.Bruce Curry and soiivieited rel
atives in Portland a few days this week.
Miss El!a Dempster visited Miss
Emma Gantenbein, of Portland Satur
day. . Miss Mattie Noye 1 as gone to Wood
burn, where she will visit ber
Mrs. H. L. Kelly visited relatives in
Portland a few days the first of the
Mies Eleanor Kelly ,of Portland.spent
Sunday with her sister, Mrs. F. L.
MiBS Ethel Albright, who baa been
visiting irienda at Clatskanie, has re
Miss Stella Yach baa returned from
Portland, where she has been for the
past two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. P. Foley, of Sellwood,
were iLe guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. G.
Miss Mamie Burns.of Rockwood.vis
ited ber cousins, tSe Misses Gleason,
a few daya last week.
Mrs. Bailey and two children, of
Portland', visited her sister, Mrs. Curry,
Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs.H. J. Thorne, of Port
land, were in Oregon City Sunday visit
ing relatives and friends.
Mra. Dr. George Hoey who has
been visiting friends in Salem has return
ed to her name in this city.
Miss Etnel Albright, after a week's
visit to Lama Conyers of Clatskine, bas
returned to her home in this city.
Mrs. O.A.Cheney, who has been vis
iting her daughter, Mrs. Willie Johnson,
at Lafayette, retumed home Wednes.
Will Marshall and W. Stokes attend
ed the ball at Cbampoeg Saturday
night. They returned home Sunday
Mrs. J. M. Lawrence and daughter,
Marion, were visiting Mrs. Lawrence's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. U.U. 1. Williams
dutmg the weeK.
New and becoming honors have been
thrust upon Dr. A L. Beatlie. At the
recpnt meeting of the state Dental As
sociation he was elected president of that
Miss Emma Marmott, who has been
nttonrlinap aclmnl in OieunnCitv. has re
turned to her home in the village of
Marmott. She completed her course of
Miss Ida Hrhs, of Oakland, Cal.,was
in Oregon City Tuesday the guest of Miss
Bess Kruinm. Miss Hasa was on her
way to Portland, where she will visit
Mr. D. Shindler, of San Erancisco,
who has been visiting Dr. and Mrs. J.
W.Norris, left for his home last week.
Mrs. Shindler and son will remain here
for some time.
M. W. Dreyfuss, formerly foreman
of the Oregon City Enterprise, but now
in the ad. department of the Oregonian,
was visiting among his friends in Ore
gon Cit Monday.
Mrs.Robert Caufield and Mrs. David
Caufield went up toOhampoeg Saturday
where they a'tended the exercises held
to commemorate the organization of
civil governmeuta on this coast.
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Wishart and son and
Miss May Wishart visited Mr. and Mrs.
E E. Charman Wednesday. Mr ami
Mra. Wiehart were on their way to R.se
burg, where they will make their home.
W R. Logus, who left Oregou City
some two mouths ago to accept a posi
tion at Pendleton with the Postal Tele
graph Company, has been very HI since
casting his lot with the Pendletoniana ;
but is much b tter and his recovery is
.T H Hnmrd opcrBtdrv nf the Fed
eral Uiion of Oregon City, ia attending
the State Federation of Labor at La-
Grande this week. He was appointed
on Monday, a member of the committee
on credentials and is otherwise taking
an active interest in the meeting.
Wm Wnrnnhnh ftnrl Thomas Grace
each left Oregon City on Tuesday for
r astern Oregon, where they expect to
locate, a homestead . The millions of
acres of unclaimed government land in
eastern uregon is attracting innuy ut
our people to that part of the world.
lfr. for Tilltmook
last week, where , he went with his
Virnthpr.in.1aa-. Willi- .TnhnSOIl. who
took a flock of sheep to his sheep ranch
near HeDo. Mr. uiuney win nau ior
mountain trout and expects to bring
honk a hiu Htrinc of the speckled
beauties. He will .be gone about two
J. W. Cochran a young gentleman
of good address and fine accomplish
ments has accepted the position of local
correspondent and editorial writer and
general all-around -man on the Oregon
(Jity enterprise, tie has also Deen ap
pointed local correspondent for the daily
Oregonian. We welcome Mr. Cochran
to our city and hope his stay may be long
Senator George C. Brownell is the
chairman of the committee appointed
by the late lamented Oregon legislature
to meet President Roosevelt and pilot
him through Oregon when he comes in
to this state Oil the 20th day of the
month. Senator George will take charge
of bin committee and meet the Presi
dent down the line at the appointed
time. It ia no mean honor which has
come to the Senator.
Joseph Oook, with wife and five
children, arrived from Coleman county
Alabama, last evening, and Mr. Cook
will proceed to make his permanent
home in or near Oregon City. He was
engaged extensively in strawberry rais
ing near Birmingham, Ala., and may go
in that business iu Clackamas county.
The family like what they have Been of
Oregon, and nave no desire to return to
Alabama, where the rains are over
abundant in the winter but very infre
quent in summer.
Colonel R. A. Miller, the good -look
ing Democratic lawyer of Oregon City
will address the voters of the Stafford
precinct on next Saturday night in the
interest of A. E. Reams candidacy for
Congress and upon the general party is.
sues. Colonel Miller is a speaker oi fine
ability and all who desire to be enter
tained and instructed should go out to
hear oim. Some years ago Colonel Mil-
K r wsb the nominee of his party tor
Congress in Oregon andmadea brilliant,
if not a winning nVht. The speaking
will be at the Frog Pond school house.
O. S. Boyles, of Wilhoit, who haa
been in Jackson county, Southern Ore
gon, for the past three months playing
the part of timber cruiser, returned to
bis home in this county last Friday. He
has been more than ordinarially suc
cessful as a timber cruiser. He has
located twenty five persona in all upon
timber claims in that part of the world
that will cruise from 3,000,000 feet to
7,500,000 feet. He will again leave for
the Southern part of the Btate wit! in a
Wtek or two and has already cruised out
a good bunch of other claims.
D. M. Spatz, of Carus, was' in Ore
gon City on Tuesday attend
ing to business. Mr, Spatz is in Oregon
for only six, months, having arrived in
this land ot promise on the 20th day of
last September and a little later located
in the Carus neighborhood. Since c ru
ing to Oregon' he has been doing his
duty as a gMod citizen, and tn the 20ih
of April a tine baby girl came to bless his
borne and makeU$and his good v lie
glad. Mr. Spatz has always been a Re
publican but says he is against machine
politics and be is going to vote his hrst
vote in Oregon at the June election and
it will not be for Herman at that. He
likes Oregon and says you could not
hire him to go back to Kansas.
At Thompson's Bargain Store.
When you want a pleasant physic try
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab
lets. Thi-y are easy to take ai.d pleas
ant in effect. For Bale by G. A. Hard
ing. INDIVIDUALS MONEY to Loan to
you at 6 per cent and 7 per cent on
land or chattel. John W. Lodbr, at-torney-at-law,
You Know What Yuo Are Taking
When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic, tie
cause the formula Is plainly printed on every
bottle, showing that It 1b simply Iron and Quinine
In tasteless form. No Cure, No Fay. 50 eents.
Beatie & Beatie, Dentists, Weinhard,
Building, rooms 16, 17 and 18.
Mokl Tea Positively Cures Sick Headache
indigestion and Constipation. A delightful herb
drink. R moves all eruptions of the skin, pro
ducing a perfect complexion or money refunded
26c and 50c. Write to us for free sample. W. H
Hooker & Co., Buffalo, N. 7.
Wagons, buggies, carriages, mowers
rakes, binders at Fairclough Bros. & Co.
Children's 25c hosiery at 15c at the
Foley's Kidney Cure
makes kidneys ana biaaaer rtgnu
EXPANSION SALE PRICES
The fine Draft Stallion
Will make the season of 1903 at my stable
near Currlnsvllle, and close to Eagle Creek,
in Clackamas county at $6.00 to Insure a
mare in fold. Description and Pedigree :
Bob Is a fine draft stallion, chestnut, good
build, fine form and action and a sure foal
getter. He Is by Imported Cubidon, who
weighed 2,160 pounds. He Is twelve
years old and In the very prime of life.
He has made the season In this county fo
many years, and has as fine a lot of coalts
and draft horses as can be seen In this
part of the world. If you want to raise
the best draft and farm horses to be found
breed your mares to Bob.
Money Is due when mare Is known to
be In foald or parted with.
J. W. DOWTY.
- Currlnsvllle, Ore.
We are still in business at the same
TRIBUNE, IVER JOHNSON
AND DAY BICYCLES
See our Truss Frame before buying
"IT'S A DAISY"
Guns and Ammunition
Blcvcle, Gun and
GCNCRAL REPAIRING A SPECIALTY
BICYCLE AND GUN STORE
LAMB & SAWYER
Main Steeet, Between 6th and 7th
During the month of May we will
give 10 off on all regular prices on dry
good. Ladies and gents fuoiehings.
Shues, dress lining and etc. Red Front.
Revered Dress Linens, 15c, 2o,
25c and 30c yard
Black Lawns in fancy stripe sand
open work, 15c, i7c, 20c, and
Mercerized Damask Suitings and
Washings, 35c special.
Printed Organdies in a great
range of patterns, extra spe
cial 10c yard.
Batiste, new patterns, swell
styles for waists and suits, 1 5c
Satin stripe and lens stripes
open lace effects, i2)4c and
15c; also83 and 10c yard.
India Linens, in pure white,
black and linen shades, 5c, 7c,
8c, ioc, 12, I2j4, 15c and 20c
Madras and soft finish Ducks
and Oxfords, 10, 12 and 15c
Great range of fancy Tambour
Mills, isc yard.
Black Pongee Brilliants, 2c.
French Organdies, pure white,
15c, 20c, 25c, and 35c yard.'
Extra specia1 in mercerized Ox
fords at aSc and 35c yard.
You will be surprised at our
goods and prices.
White Piques at 15c, 20, 25c, and 30c fancy and plain.
McAllen & McDonnell
CORNER THIRD AND MORRISON
THE STORE NOTED FOR GOOD GOODS AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
Ladies' Sleeveless Vests 10c, WjC, 15c.
Ladies' Hose 19u, 25c,
New belts 25c, 35c.
Men's Summer Underwear 25c, 50c.
Men and Boys' Straw Hats 15c, 25c.
We i'e Suits, finevalues,5.5'',$G.50,$7.60.
Special Trunk Sale from (2 95 up.
A delightful day was spent at the
borne of Mrs. Glover, at Eagle Creek,
yesterday the 5th. It being the regular
meeting of the Womans home Miusiuu
society. She inyited the members to
ependtbeday with her. Rev. Craigana'a
wife drove out and took dinner with
them. All had a good time.
Hit By a t rain.
George Hurlburt while attemping to
cross the Southern Pacific R. It. tract at
Sellwood was bit by a Southern Pacific
train and turned around a few times but
not seriously hurt. The accident oc
cured on Monday evening.
J. W. Engle, of Corvallls, Socialist
candidate for Congress in this district,
and Colonel Wilkina, a speaker of 00
mean ability of tbe socialist faith, each
made two speeches in Oregon City on
Thursday and Friday nights of last week.
The mee;ing on Thursday night was at
the Willamette hall and on Friday night
at tbe Armory. A fair sized crowd was
out to hear tbe "spell binders." There
are quite a number of Socialist In Ore
I gon City.
We wisb to Hepeat Srbm
THAT WE ARE IN
Tbe Jewelry Business
That we have sold and repaired watches for
many years. Our success is because of our
broad plan of giving good values at all times
with no intent of making big profits, nor expectation of mak
ing our customers think they are getting more than is actually
given. Business has not drifted our way blindly. We do
nor use the "Catch Penny" methods to attract trade. We
want permanent business, which means permanent trade
and this can only be done by giving the right quality at the
We desire to call your attention to our many new Spring
Goods, They are worthy of your inspection. We have a
nice line of gold filled watches, guaranteed to give satisfac
tion from $ 12.00 to $35.00
Silver watches from ,$3,oo to $ 20.00
Nickel watches from ; $2,50 up
Solid Gold from $25.00 up
Gold plaited chains from $1.00 to $7.50
Solid gold link buttons $2.50
The very latest patterns in gold filled. .$1.00 to $2.00
Secret catch bracelets, from $1.50 to $5.00
Remember we are now located in the
Suspension Bridge Corner.
BURMDSTER & ANDRE5EN
THE OREGON CITY JEWELER
Suspension Bridge Corner.
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