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OREGON CITY COURIER, FRIDAY, JANUARY 15. 1904
I PERSONALS I
Mrs. Jennie May find son.of Milton,
Oregon, were visiting friends in Oregon
Uity over Sunday.
Ace Eoyland who has been quite ill
f it the past month is able to be out and
i ioui;d once more.
Judge William Galloway returned
' VedniBday morning from a short visit
i j his home in Yamhill county.
Hon. Edward T, Taugart and wife,
i f Portland, Oregon, weie visiting the
i.iinily oi .Hon. G. W. Grace last Sun
Mrs. W. H. Welsh, of Dawson, Yu
i m Territory, has arrived in ttiia city
and will spend the remainder of the
i inter here.
Mrs. EuBPe.ll. of Oakland, Or., who
) as been visitini! her daughter, Mrs.
1 'a Wbhar, of this city, has returned
i ) hor home.
William Shank returned on Wed
t.esday from the Cascade mountains,
here he bad gone to look after tiis
"mber interesis. He reports that there
i h fully three feet oi tnow in the hills.
Albeit D. Hicks.of Hoquiam,Wash
igton, and Mies Dofitha Bunte of the
f .tme state were married in this citv by
, unlice Livy Stippon last Friday. Tbey
umeditely returned to their home in
t ;je Evergreen state.
Mr. and Mrs. E. M.Miller, late of
Michigan, spent Tuenlay night in this
i ty as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. B.
Moores. They left Wednesday morning
I hi baiem, wnere mey lormeriy uvea.
They have not letn in this part of the
state lorover au years.
Judge James Scott, County Judge of
J! anon county, passed through Oregon
( ity on Tuesday enroute for Portland
Judge Scott is the president of the Good
K.)ad Association of the State of Oregon,
and will hhortly leatefor Washington,
). C, where he goes in the interest of
E. R. Ridgway, of Heppner, Oregon,
whs in Oregon City nu business last
Saturday. He was in the Heppner
flood of last summer and bad a hard
.niggle for his life and several times
w;is in the water up to bis uec. Mr.
l.ulgway bays Ibot no one can describe
t :ie awful cataclysm that befell the peo
ple of Heppner. However they are re
building their town in good substantial
f yle a nd the new city of Heppner will
y a b igger and better lowu ttianthe
. id one over was,
Mrs. Eldridge Gerry and daughter,
til New York City, accompanied by Dr.
J rimes, of the same place, who are at
resent Mopping in I'ortlaud, were the
quests of Dr. Carll here Saturday. They
me up for the purpose of going through
l ie paper mills, which they did, Dr.
('aril acting as cicerone for the party.
Thev returned the same evening to their
Hmporary quarters in Portland. Tbey
were much interested in the manufac
nrin ci Aatatilibhnmntfl hnrf. Anil ware
delighted with the beauty of Willamette
Pound Fine Coffee
Pound Equity Blend.
Pound M. & M Fine Flavor.
We have a line of Tinware at Cost
We liave the Walla Walla Flour.
We have a fine line of Sugar Syr
ups. We have a full line of CanneJGooJs
We have Pickled Pigs Feet and
MILES & McGLASHAN, Proprietors.
Cor, 6th and Main Sts,
'Plioiic Main, a ML OREGON CITY, j
I From Pole To Equator
I run alike
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SHANK & B1SSELL, Undertakers
Phonei 411 aul 34.
Willis Johnson, of La Faybtte, is
violin g in mis city.
S. 8. Marsh, of Redding. California.
who bus been vishing his sister here for
the past two weeks returned to bis home
last Friday morning.
A large crowd attended the entertain
ment at the Mount Pleasant school
house Saturday evening which was got
leu up for the benefit of the sidewalk.
Jack Marrs has sold bis place near
New Era and has rented the Brocks
place. He has bought some land of
Mrs. Warner, and is going to build as
soon as the lumber comes.
iJan Williams nas been improving
ins place and expects to live here soon
The China pheasants are getting very
tame. They come into ihe people's yards
ana tat witu the chickens.
Misrcs Bertha and Lizzie Thomas was
calling at Mr. Smith's Saturdaj eve
ning. Maple Lane.
There has been quite a bit of sickness
here of late.
Mm. Gibbs and Mrs. Jackson have
been on the sick list.
A brother of Mrs. Darling with his
family have returned to Nebraska after
an extended visit here.
Mrs. Kate Bryant and son of Portland
Bpent Xmas with her parents here.
Ike Shortlitigeis home now visiting
It is rumored that Win. Beard has sold
Mrs. Gibbs' brother, J. Earns, of
Knoxville, la is expected to arrive here
with his family about March 1st.
The elder Mies Darling is spending the
witter in California.
Lawrence Mauiz has purchased a new
span of horses.
Fred Wonrms bought a colt of Wm.
Beard one day last week.
Jcsie and Scheruble havecleared quite
a large field this winter.
Why not buy a home in Clackamas
county before the boom? It is close to
good markets the year around. No bliz
zards or cyclones and no long winters.
J. L. AIdmpowgb,
Oregon City, Or.
Ash Barrel Jimmy.
A song service will be given by the
Salvation Army next Tuesday night.
A vivid description will be given of the
Army first landing on American soil and
especially of the first convert of the
army in this country. All are welcome.
Beg nnlrg of School Ttrm.
On January 18th the new term begin
In the city schools at which time a be
ginning class will be formed in the first
grade rooms. All pupils wishing to en
ter this class must be in attendance dur
ing the first week of the new term as new
pupils are not received in the first grade
after the nrtst. week in the term.
Addiu E. .Clakk,
The theme next Sunday morning will
be "The Law of Social Love." In the
evening the Pastor will give a sketch of
the fllissionnrv work that the denomina
tion is doing among the "Mountain
Whites" in the South. Fifty stereon
ticon views of scensry, schools, homes,
churches and persons will make this a
very profitable evening service.
The Presbyterian church and auxili
ary societies gave a sociul last Tuesday
niglil at the i-uurch, which was largely
attended. The program was furnished
by the Y. P. S. C. M., 'he report of the
condition of the church by the church
organization the by the ladies' Aid
Society. The program consisted of liter,
ary selections, recitations, etc. After
the program those preseut repaired to
the inaiise where an elegant lunch was
served. A most successful evening is
..il'i...ii;Ih1illj,n''.l.n.'l iHti! it1'.. yiiJin.Mi $ ,..ii8:n. alifmii.
We carry the only complete line
of Cnekets, Collins, Holies and
l.imi'gB lu (Jlackftuias County.
We have the only Firet ClaBS
Hear:- in the County, which we
will fiirniBh for less than can be
Kih 'miming a Specialty.
(Hi. prices always reasoimMe.
ntia PP- nunuey'.
Have you noticed what long faces the
potato men are wearing of late?
Potatoes are on the decline.
Melvin McCord, of Orejon City, was
in town last Wednesday.
John Crawf 3rd, of Vancouver, vistted
his sister-in law, Mrs. Hougham of this
place over Sunday,
Mr.Veteto'a horse committed suicide
last week by hanging himself.
For an up-to-date hair cut, go to Wm .
Grieshaber. For further particulars see
Mr. and Mrs. Black, of Butte. Mon
tana, is visiting the former's sister, Mrs.
J. Newbury, also spending their honey
moon in the land of fog and rain.
Hougham Bros, butchered nine fine
Mrs. Richard DundaB left Tupsday to
care for her sick cousin, Mru. Aiiues, of
Helen Ridgeway returned to her
home in Portland Tuesday, after a visit
on tue Eujle farm.
Mathew Dooney was doing business
lu Oregon City .Tuesday.
Wm. Randall is grubbing stumps on
his farm with the aid of a stump pul
ler. Mr. Martin, of Mt Pleasant was in
Woodburn ttie for part ol the week.
Mr, and Mrs. Reif called on Dr. Casto
in Portland Sunday, The Dr. has been
very sick but is improving again.
Mr. McArthur reports having ripe
raspberries on his vines onJanuary 10th.
How is that for an early crop?
Newt Cfiteser was In Oregon City on
Link Waldron, of Oregon City wag in
Mr. and Mrs. Black and Mrs. Newburv
visited their aunt, Mrs. Monier, of Port
laud Tuesday. Kattie Newburv ac
companied them home. ;
Mr. Atauber and Ohas. Bradtl left Tor
Roseburg Tuesday on business.
Mr. Wyman was in the metropolis
Two mining experts nassed th'onch
here recently going to Ogle Creek mines
ana Leorge Ugle went with them aB
guide. From Ole Creek they are going
to the Santiam mines.
There is considerable sickness in this
Last. Sunday Mrs. Catherine Oi?le was
buried at the Adams ceine ery. She was
the wife of Howard Ogle, who died
about two years ago. They were both
old pioneers. They donated a eec-
tion of land about three miles west of
Molalla, where they have lived until
death called them away.
Last Monday morning J . V. Harless
came to town wearing a broad grin, and
set up the cigars to all present and an
nounced that a young Democrat bad
bad just arrived at his home.
M. S. Hungate took a fine drove of
beef cattle to Oregon City yesteiday.
P. F. Kaylor, who has been at Prine.
ville for the past year, is visiting home
folks again. ',',
, Bill Everhart, in trying to put a ring
in a bog's nose got his finger in the
hog's mouth, but he was not long in
finding out that it had teeth, as one of
his fingers was badly chewed up.
A Mrs. Hendershott, who lives across
the Molalla, northeast from here, was
buried last Monday.
All the poles on the telephone line
from Macksburg to Molalla have been
set and the wire will be strung soon,
and then there will be telephone con
tiection from each direction to our town.
The Macksburg line will be of great
benefit on the line.
Gus Boyles has gone to Marquam to
work for Peter Gray.
George II. George, who went East be
fore Christmas, reports very cold weather
in the state of New York. He is expect
ed back in about twe weeks.
John Stubbs and wife, who have been
visiting here, have returned home.
X. Y. Z.
Billy Plats, better known as wandering
Willie, ia going to work for Geo. Ellig
eon this winter.
Fred Short narrowly escaped lose
ing an eye while spliting wood. A niece
ol steel flew Irom the sledge and Btruck
him in the eye.
Mr. Lee, the well driller, is very sick
yinion Peters had the misfortune of
chopping off a toe while cutting wood
MiHg Jennie Richie, the successful
school teucher, spent Saturday and Sun.
day at Aden.
Dock Aden and Mark Baker left Fri.
day for Polk county where they expe.'t
to Btitv a week and will visit Corvallis
and Monmouth, The boys aie out for
a big t:ame.
Justice George Aden has received
blank forms for registering nil voters
that know tlieir nativity, section town
ship and range on which ttiey live.
The Frog Pond people who attended
the Jackson's Day banquet at Oregon
City were T. L, Turner, J. A. Turner,
John Aden.Georgo Aden.Cbasles Thorn
soiij O. P.Sharp and George Peters. All
report having had a splendid time.
Death of Mrs. Hall.
Mrs. M. K. Hall, of Meadowbroot,
died in Portland on Sunday, Jan. 10, u
the 5tith year of her age. The deceased
was the wife of J, C. V. Hall, who with
five children surrive the loss of wile and
The couple were married at Butteville,
Marion county, ;!8 years ago, and iiare
resided at Meadow brook since that time
The sous are Prentis P. Hall, of Meadow
brook ; and B. F. Hall, of Kobe. Wash.
The daughters are Mrs. E. K. Skinner,
of Portland ; Mrs. A. V. MoFall, of Ev
erett, Wash. ; and Miss Mae Hall, of
Meadowbrook. The funeral was held
Tuesday, Jan. 12, and the interment
took place in Lone Fir cemetery. The
atllicted family have the sympathy of a
large circle of frieuds.
Foley's Honey and Tar
cures colds, prevents pneumonia.
Intertstlng Exercises to Take Place
at Shively's Opera House on
The graduating exercises for the
eleventh grade pupils of the High school
will take place at Shivelv's Opera House
on the evening of Jan. 22. The follow
ing program will be given:
Instrumental Solo. ..Miss Edna Daulton
Invocation Rev. P.K.Hammond
Vocal Solo Mips Foster
Reading Miss Cross
Nolo Mrs. Ellen Kinsmaun
Class History Mamie Long
Nettie Bradley and Margaret Wilkinson
Class Prophecy Carl Harrisberger
Solo .....Mrs. E.K. Maun
(b) Love Me If I Love
(cj A Song of Sleep
Instrumertal Solo Satie Sull'van
Eaeay Lillian Hayward
Elsa Telford, Malcolm Telford Wil
liam Telford, Wallace Telford
Class Poem Carl Simmons
Olass Song class
Following is the list of letters remain
ing in the Oregon City postoffice on
Jan. 14, 1904:
Women's Lift Mrs G W Bowdish,
MissJettie Craig, Miss Floy Dotson,
Mrs, Wm Etters, Mrs V ErickBon.Mrs
Farnham, Miss Marion Klours.Miss Em
ma Hougham, Miss Myrtle Jones, Miss
H. E. McUann, Mrs Rosa Smith, Mrs
Laura Sutton Miss Thuby, Mrs E E
Packages Mrs.T Lolie, Bessie Onley,
Mrs Rosa Smith.
Men's List-Wilhrd Austen, A Buck
les, Eminett E Eaton, J N Ericksdn,
Will Freemnn, Alfert Gaucher, J W
Goertz, G Keller, G S Kinsey, Clarence
Marshall. EL Merihew, M L Miller,
Theodore Nelson, Albert 0. Smith, Jno
Package J N Erickson.
Tom P. Randall, P. M.
Ia the Circuit Court of the SUte of Oregon for
the coumy oi ClHckauns.
Bertha Nicolson, plaintiff vs Daniel Nioolson,
To Daniel Nicolson, defendant,
In the name of the State of Oregon, you are here
by required to appear, and answer the com
plaint tilled against you.in thaabove entitled court
an't suit, on or bi'fore the 27lh day of February,
1904, and if you fall o to appear and auswe
tbe complaint, the plaintiff, will apply to the
Court for relief ilemand in the complaint, to-wit:
A decree of the said court dissolving the
bonds of matrimony now existing between the
plaintiff and defendant and for such other and
further relief, ai to the court shall seem equit
able and meet.
This Summons. Is pnbllshed by ordo- of the
Hon. Thomas A. McBride Judge, of the said Court
dated January 12, 1901, wh ich order directs the
publication of this summons not Ion than once a
week for six successiTe weeks. The date of the
first publication of this summons 1b January IS;
HEDGES & GBIFFITF,
Attorneys for Flalnttft
vj, , ,
j I. SELLING I 1 1. SELLING 1 1
I CLEARANCE SALE j
OPPORTUNITIES OFFERED during our Clearance Sale
trimmed, regular $1.00
values at - - -
Flannellettc Waists, good pat- qq
terns and materials, reduced to
A big reduction during our clearance
sale regular $1.25 values, q
special - , - - - 7QZ
Women's Combinations Suits seam
less, glove fitting, value 65c,
special .... 4oC
Boy's Bicycle Hose Our reg
ular 25c quality at
Boy's Suits Ages 6 to 15 q
ycars; all-wool, reduced to
Regular values $1.25 on sale at 99c
" 1.50 " $1.20
.50 " 39c
.25 " 21c
11 CFR H Hklf Suspension Birdqe
U OUUtLUINVajJ Seventh and Main Streets
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C. B. Chamberlin, M. D., writes
"Many cases have come under my observation, where Peruna
has benefited and cured. Therefore, I cheerfully recommend it S
for catarrh and a general tonic." C. B. CHAMBERLIN, M. D.
Medical Examiner tJ. S. Treasury,
Dr. Llewellyn Jordan. Medical Ex
aminer of TJ. S. Treasury Department,
graduate of Co
lumbiaCollege and who served
three years at
West Point, has
the following to
say of Peruna:
"Allow me to
express my grati
tude to you for
the benefit de
rived from your
fvt v. Onn fthnrt
nronth has brought forth a vast change
and I now consider myself a well man
after months of suffering. Fellow-suf-
well made and
OF PRICE REDUCTION
Dr. I Jordan.
from 14th and P Sts.. Washington. D. C. :
ferers, Peruna will euro you," Dr
Geo. C. Havener, 1.1. D., of AnacostlaJ
D. C, writes:
The Peruna Medicine Co., Columbus, O.i
Gentlemen" In my practice I have
had occasion to frequently prescribe
your valuable medicine, and have found
its use buncflcial, especially in cases of
catarrh." George C. Havener, M. D.
If you do not receive prompt and satis
factory results from tho use of Peruna,
write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a
full statement of your case, and he will
be pleased to give you hia valuable ad
Addresa Dr. Hartman, President of
The Hartman Smitarium, Coluxnbu,
Flannel Waists, all wool material,
colors red, blue and black, n
choice at the low price of - 4 U
Eiderdown Dressing Sacques nn
$J. 00 quality for - - - - 7C
Heavy weight vests, the best 50c
grade for 9c
Men's Suits Our all-wool $10.00
values in all sizes at the 0
vcry low price of- - - 3Ao5
Saxony Yarn in colors, special 1 n
at 3 skeins for - - . JOc
Boy's Norfolk Caps, re- n f
duccd from 50c to - O 7C each
All Men's Clothing radically reduced.
Ladies' Jackets and Ladies' Walk
ing Skirts at surprisingly reduced
DURING THE SALE.