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OREGON CITY COURIER. FRIDAY JUNE 5, 1903.
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Coming Events Cast Their
Shadows Before Them
Km! Viriw AbAHtaMv VMS iaUtaribUlbl kit aUttbAIUaWbWriNUal HmV Hm
Of Clothing, Pants,
Men's furnishing Goods,
Hats, Caps, Shoes, Etc.
AUree weeks' FEAST OF BARGAIN-GIVING, Profits and cost of goods not
considered, it s money we are atter. I o miss this opportunity will be your loss
Having rented the BIG STORE ROOM, in the Odd Fellows building, Main street, Oregon City, we are going to
convert same into a modern Up-to-Date Department Store, to be opened about August 1 5th, and in order to get
acquainted with the people of Otegon City and vicinity we are going to offer them the best looking, best made and best
wearing stock of men's wear goods at prices never before heard of. Money talks but what you get for your money
talks more yet. This sale will start Saturday morning, June 6th, and positively close Saturday Evening, June 27th
Every dollars worth of merchandise must be sold out DURING THESE 3 WEEKS' BARGAIN CARNIVAL
nothing will be reserved, everything must go, as we will have no place to store an gois after June 27th
Our building will then be turned over to the carpenters, painters and eleetricians to get it 'ready for our grand opening
about August J5th, and in the meantime our buyers will go East to purchase the stock for our permanent department
store. In connection therewith we offer a Cash Prize of $20 for a suitable and popular name to be adopted by us for
new store. Everybody has a chance in this so get your thinking caps on and send in your name to our manager
THE REALIZATION SALE, M. Hammerslough, Manager
fl And you will hear somthing drop on It will be our prices andh:rearea few of
M Sfltlirflfl V. Til IIP ft til them: Mens all wool
pants, worth $3.00, for,
Men's All Wool Pants,
worth $3.50 for
Men's All Wool Pants,
worth 4.00 for
Men's All Worsted Pants,
custom made, worth $ 5 . . TS
Our Nest Imported Pants, worth 6.00 and 4HiCh
$7-00, for jBdjrjr
These goods are the well known Sweet, Orr & Co. and Brand
Bros.' make and bear the Union Label
Men's Genuine Felt fclats for 49c, worth 1.50. All the newest
shapes and colors in men's hats, from the celebrated manufact
urers, Sweet, Dempster & Co., Chicago, for
69c, 89c, 99c and up to $1.89
Men's All Silk Neckwear, the season's fashionable styles,
worth up to $7$c j
Men's Shoes $1.25, worth 2.50
Men's Shoes $1.65, worth $3.oo
Men's Shoes $2.15, worth 4.00 and 5.00
Men's Suspenders 9C, worth 25c
And in fact every article in our stock at Slaughter Prices. Just come and be convinced. We invite comparison and you'll not be
urged to buy. Our guarantee goes with every article sold and we'll refunJ mine as cheerfully as we take it, if goods are not satis
; factory. Remember we are going to d business witn you for the rest of our lives, so what we do during our Realization Sale must be
Honorable as it will be the foundation f our future success.
Remember the Opening, Saturday, June 6th, and come early while you get your best
picking, as Sale POSITIVELY CLOSES Saturday, June 27th
' The REALIZATION SALE
ifo" fellows HuHding, t4&ft M,reon Ciiy
Financial Statement of Ihe
Young Men's Christian
Month ending May 31, 1903.
Cash on hand May 1, 1903 $65 49
3 ' KECEIPTS.
Memberships 5 00
Sustaining membership 22 50
Ladies Auxiliary 5 60
Towels 4 76
Total 102 34
8alry balance for April $38 00
Salary part for May 24 f5
Lights 4 71
Water ; 1 25
Laundry 1 50
Interest 7 50
ootl 1 50
Receipts blanks Jo
IMitertainment 4 40
stamps . , , 05
Printing '. 1 00
Water bucket 25
Soap " 25
1st baptist church for lights 5 00
of OREGON CITY
Transacts a general banklnt bnslneas
Hakes loam and collections, dlscotttaj ,
yi and Belli domestic and foreifi exemang
and recelrea depoiita sabject to check.
Open from I a. m. to p. a.
O. C. 1.1 rnnrrr. t h
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C. N. GREENMAN
THE PIONEER EXPRESSMAN
Prompt delivery to all parts of the alty
Total .. 89 81
Cash on hand May 31st 11 53
Salary 25 45
digits 4 64
Laundry 1 32
Total 31 41
Minus cash on hand n 53
Astual indebtedness 19 j
W. H. Beach,
' TV... ,.1 .! 1 ...
' " nruunn passea very quietly in
j luaiatin, but went in favor of R. E.
iteames, 03 to 21.
j Mark Buker has fiuiehed shearing the
, Duccp iu luii lucainy.
j Ssiiarp Bros., are having a well dug
t uu men juruj.
i Henry Totermier and Henry Kollmier
have returned from a month's visit at
trea Barner goes to Saum's pond
oeverm umes a weeK to catch a cart
loau 01 cat-hsn.
Mr. TrubesUieall h in improving slow
Juliou8 Iderhoff has purchased a new
iiBo-niio uuggy wnicn.
Miss Kate Weed, of Jefferson, is visit
ing tier lister, Mrs. B. Weddle of Staf-
A two-man'i show took place at Frotr
. uiiu iov aaiuruuy nigni.
There have been nn Mfrvi talro.
and poited in Justice Adens district, for
the time prescribed by law ending April
Tl,- AM Tt ' 1
terlainm.iit ;,d a social time at Wilson-
vine isaturday nighl June 6th. t
The election held here yesterday was
one of the moetnniat nnu that h Kaon
hr iu years. There was little election.
etrnng done. Hermann ran way benind
here. Reames received 110 votes to 29
for Hermann, which showed what the
people ol Molalla thoueht ofthnpanHi-
Word was brought here today that
rYarl Russell, a young lady who was
born and raineii nnnr VV. limit hoH
passed over to the great beyond. Her
1 ne ior ine pasi nne years tiai Deen one
Of intense Bllff rinir. Ahnnl. tarn inn
ago she was taken to a hospital in Port
land and was operated on for appendi
citis. Kllfl Una karlfaat tnm 1
months after when she seemed to rallv
to some extent giviag her relatives and
friends some hopes of her ultimate re-
: coverj until last fall when the band of
affliction again rested upon her and she
gradually faded away until the end came
on the 1st day of June. Pearl was a
yourg lady that all who knew her had
only love and respect for her. She was
laid to rest in the Russellville cemetery
among friends and relatives who have
Mr. Kizer.of Butte ille pasted throngti
here today enroule to his mines on 0le
Creek. He had two men with him and
he intends to do some work.
Henry Russell has bonded his mine
again to parties at Oregon City who will
commence work as soon as they cariget
, in there.
1 The ice cream social given by the Ai
tis ins here last Saturday evening was a
decided success. A lari?e crowd war in
attendance. The program was well ren
dered. It was a fact with your corres
j pendent that it whs good to be there,
j The Culton baseball team came down
I laet Hunday and 1 laved the Molalla boys
a match gime. The Colton team is
: composed of nine brothers known as the
j James Bros, ball team, and when in
! practice they ca-1 interest many teams
I that belong to the league. The James
j Bros, were not all here Sunday as Borne
1 of them are not at home. The Molalla
boys organized a team here this spring.
It was composed mostly of boys who
had never played the game much, but
under the management of Frani Ever
hart as captaiu, the boys are making
rapid progress and will Boon be able to
play with any country nine. The boys
have ordered suits which will arrive in
a short time. They have one of the best
diamonds in this part of the county and
their left-hand pitcher is getting so that
he can curve them in all directions.
X. Y. Z.
C. D. & D. C. LATCURETTE
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Commercial, Eeal Estate and Probata
Office in Commercial Bank Building ,
OREGON CITY '
DR. GEO. HOEYE
All workarrarittd and satisfaction guarantee
Crown and Bridge work a specialty
OREGON CITY OMGON
E. H. COOPER,
Real Estate and Insurance, Titles Exam-
1 1 1 1 j , . . .
men, Aosiracts Made, needs, Jtlort
gages, Etc., Drawn.
00m 16, Uaide B'd'g, Oregon City, Ore.
Qt E. HAYES
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Bteyens BnlldlDg, opp. Bankjof Oregon Cltj
OREGON CITY OBKOOM
QRANT B. D1MICK
Attorney and Counselor at Law
Will practice In all Courts in ihe State, Circuit'
and District Conns of the United Hint..
Insolvent debtors taken through bankruptcy.
umoeiin uarete Building, Oregon City, Or.
QEO. T. HOWARD
REAL ESTATE AND INSTTRANfiB
At Red Front. CourQHoue Block
Jf , C. STRICKLAND, M. D.
PHYSICIAM AND SURGEON
Doe an Up-To-Date General Praattrm
Special atlentionlf Itd U surgery and dIMe
Office la Gard Building, 7th and Main Rt.
J. W. Noiuua. M. D. J. W. Powaxx. M.
JJORRI8 k POWELL,
Calls in city orcountry promptly attended
Garde Building, Oregon City.
DR. C. D. LOVE
Graduate of American School of Osteopathy.
Successfully treats both acute and cbronlo dto-
....... n 1 . n it, .
Consultation anf Examination Fre.
Offlc Hours: ;
Or by appointment at any time.
Rooms No. and S, Stevens Building, Main St.
OREGON CITY, OBKOOK.
JJOBERT A. MILLER
ATTORNEY AT LAW
O. D. EBY, NOTARYlTOBLIO.
Real Estate bought and sold, money loaned
tiles examined HUd tkbstratR niAria chr)i rtaiil fnr-
court business and insurance.
BOOK 8, WKDJHARD BUILDING
OREGON CITY, .... OREG0I
a Scbcebel W. S. U'REN
(JREN & SCHUEBEL
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Wtll nrartlfAa 'In 11 , .
nd settlements of estates, furnuh abstracts ot
title, lend Ton monev mnii mnA mm, MM
Orst mortgage. Office io KnteniriM bnllrtln.
OREGON CITY OBEOON
. l'urkplace Letter Ajt.
Following is the list of letters remain
ing in the postoffice at Parkplace, for
the month of May:
Mr lVter Pearson, Miss Ethel Hogan,
Miss Lillie Ca lonan.
Wm. Holmes, P. M.
Tax on Babies.
Fx'wuie hnt u iiiir is h jrat t.ix upon (litres
l!vt 1 .iverif lft. w1;.mi yu vy i f.'blo tLey
N-i'.ti:'l be Kivt'ii v i w duK!! of i hiu'.s V'rftiia
. Wrtuifuire, iht c h Ulreug' touic. H will stiaiu
lute an.t f icilita tbed ,f un of their food, no
ilia l iht'.v Mhi) trtHviae itroug, ieaithy ai,J ac
tive, c uiCi.it." au l.
The Fine Draft Stallion
Will make the season ef 1001 at mv stable
near Currinsville, and close to Eagle Creek,
In Clackamas county at f6.oo 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, w ho
weighed 2,16o 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 houses to be found
breed your mares to Bob.
Money is due hen mare is known to
be in foald or parted with.
J. W. DOWTY,
Yot Know What Yoi. Are Takina
Whn ynu take Groe's Tasteless CM 1 Tonic,
bera'.jMs I'se formula Is plainly pn ted on ver
bottle, show.ng t'ist it is simply Iron and
Quinine n a tasielesa form. No Cure, So Pa-.