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OREGON CITY COURIER, FRIDAY, MARCH 11.1904
RED HOT PRICES
Broken lot men's collars' lc, 3c, 7c
Broken lotsmen 'and boy'shats, 8c,
14c, 33c. to 93c
Men and boy's neckwear, odds and
ends mostly, 4c, 7c, 9c.
Suspenders, 3c, 9c, i7c.
Men's handkerchiefs, loc grade, Sc.
Men's 10c sox for 5c; 170 sox
Baby's shoes 4c up ; Child's 9c up.
Men's and ladits'-shoes at cut prides
Children's rubbers cut to 10c.
Men's wool suits cut to 5,68;
Child's to $1.07
Misses' wocl hose cut to 14c.
Odds and ends baby's hose, cut to
Stock salt, 45c per 100 lbs.
Clothespins lc per dozen ; Oranges
ic. and 2C.
Star and Horseshoe, pound 45c.
Rice 17 lbs 1.00
Bulk Soda, 3 lbs, 10c.
Fine flour 1.05 ;.very beyt, $1.15
E. C HAMILTON,
Court House Block,
Oregon City, Oregon
-Will iam Marphall, the Highland
merchant, was in town Monday on bus
iness , Hon. C. 0. Huntley left on Monday
evening for Salem where lie attended
the leseion of the Stats Board of Phar
macy of which he in a member.
F. C. Gadke, the plumber, will re
move next week from his present loca
tion next door to Wilson & Cooue'e to
the old postoflice building.
Mrs. D. A. McKee, of Woodhurn,
formerly a resident of Clackamas county
passed through Oregon City on her way
home from Portland, Inst Saturday and
called on old acquaintances wHIe here.
Miss Biidie Jones, formerly with
Adams Bros., is visiting friends in
Hngh Minus, of ihis city, left Mon
day evening for Aberdeen, Washington,
whoie he will w rk in a logging cimp.
Mr and Mrs. Chae. Flinn, of Hail
ty, Idaho, are the guests of Mrs. Flinn's
mother, Mrs. M. E. Graves, atOanemah.
Howard M. Brownell delivered an ad
dress to the pupils and patrons of the
Canby School last Friday evening.
Ed Hughes and Tom Meyer will
leave in a few days for Eastern Oregon,
where they will xound up about fifty
head of horses and bring back this sprirg
f t the matket.
Bud Simmons, a carpenter, who
woiks for the Willamette Pulp and
Paper Company, stepped on a rusty
nail Monday which penetrated the ball
of his foot. While the wound is very
painful he will be up and about in a few
days. . '
The annual co'nventijn of the Oregon
State Federation of Labor w.li ba held
in Oregon City beginning Monday, May
2, and continuing until the labors of
the convention are ended. There will
Be a large number of delegates fiom all
bver the state present.
Uncle Tom Turner, of Stafford, was
in Oregon City on last Friday and while
here paid hisycounty taxes. He found
them just $19.85 more this year than
they were last, notwithstanding the fact
he has jupt the same property this year
that he assessed the year beLre.
Ward Lee, who made quite a repu
tation playing with the local baseball
team last season and the year before,
bag signad witn the Salem team for the
coming season. He will play in the
out field. Salem is in the stale leauue
and Ward's many friends here are glad
that he will play in good company, but
are sorry to have him leave.Oregon City.
Miss Ira A. Congsr, late of Waco,
Texas, a daughter of Mrs. lloberc Kingo,
of Clarks, arrived in Oregon City on
Monday last to visit her old home in
this cotuity. Miss Ringo left Clackamas
county several years ago with her father
who went from here to the Lone Htar
state and located in Waco. She has
grown to womanhood in that great state
and now returns to Oregon and will
make her home with her mother at
Clarks. She is delighted with Oregon
as she sees it now. Miss Conger was
seven days on the road from Waco, her
train having been delayed many times
A very pretty wedding took place
shortly after 2 o'clock this afternoon at
he .residence of Mr. aud Mrs. &. E. Al
len of Allendale, when William Mack."
rell of Molalla, Oregon, and Miss Rhoda
Peterman of -Seaside, were unitid in
marriage, Rev. Wm. 8. Short, rector of
Grace church ot Astoria, officiating.
The bride and groom stood under a
bell made of cedar, they were attended
by three little girls, nieces of the groom,
Verna and Elvia Tagg the flower girls,
earned pink carnations and were fol
lowed by Lystrac Tagg, bearing the wed
ding ring on a golden tray. The bride
was dressed in a castor lansdowne
gown trimmed in brown velvet and
white s'lli, the carried a boquet of beau
tiful white carnations. The bride, a
sister to Miss Delia Peterman, has f r
souie tine been a resilient of Seaside,
and the crcom, a brother of Mr, Win,
Tntig r.f Clutartp and Mrs. A. E. Allen Of
Allendale, was formerly a resident of
Clatsop. Those attending the wedding
were : MifS Delia Peterman, Mr. ai d
Mr Jame-i Tags, Mr. and Mrs. M. F.
Cirnahan, Mrs. Dawson of .Skamokawa.
Mr. and Mr. James Elliot. Mr. and Mrs.
John Wilkison, Mr. and Mrs Frank
Wilkison, Mr. and Mrs. Everley of
Knaptou, Mr. and Mrs. Wood of War
ronton, Mr. and Mr. Waterhouee and
daughter, Ethel, Mr. and Mrs. A.M.
Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Tagg and
daughters, Lystra, Vernia and Elva.
Mr. and Mrs. Mackrell will leave to
morrow for their future home at Molalla.
John P. Cole, of Aurora, was an
Oregon City visitor Wednesdaj.
J. H. Howard, Past Grand Sachem
of the I, O. R. M., left Thursday for
Southern Oregon, where he will deliver
a series of lectures on "Red Men of To
day." Mr. Howard will visit neatly all
the towns in that part of the state.
William Robinson, cf the Fair
Store, who has been East for tho pai t
sevral weeks, returned Sunday evening.
Mr. Robinson made his annual trip to
New York to buy goods for his store,
and says that he has bought the largest
and most complete stock that he has
ever handled. In ordsr to make room
for his new stock he is having his store
fixtures rebuilt and refitted. Mr. Rob
innon eayp he experienced eome very
cold weather while in the east and thinks
that Oregon's climate is away ahead of
the climate of the eastern states.
The Molalla grange met last Saturday
with a fair attendance.
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Although miny dealers arc
holding their stocks at inr rcascd
Wc have a nice assortment
of fine quality stones which we
offer at prices which will prove
We mount these stones in
any desired mounting. We
carry the latest designs in Ring
and Pin mountings i 1 stock
and do this work on short
Look at some of these prices.
Diamond rings as low as $15,
some at $25 and $50.
Arc now more beautiful, per
haps, than ever before. Link
by link the designers and
makers have added something
new and beautiful to the rich
and artistic effects tof previous
We arc now showing some
very fine gold filled chains from
$3.00 to $6.00.
Nickel and white metal,
chains from 15c to 75c.
Gold plated chains $1 and
Arc best avoided by the use of proper
glasses. Wc can furnish these at mod
Arc made free by' a competent optician
who uses modern scientific instruments.
Caused by eye strain give much trouble
to students and school children. The temporary use of glasses of the
right strength will generally give immediate relief.
Burtmiskr $ JIndresen
the Oregon City Jaqelers
Praise Pe-ru-na as a Cere for Colds ar.il a Preventive of Catarrh
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Mrs. M.J. Brink
FIRST STAGE0F CATARRH.
A Serious Mistake Which Thou
sands Are Making.
The first stage of catarrh is what is
commonly known as " catching cold." It
may be in the head, nose, throat or lungs.
3 ta beginning is sometimes so severe as
to causae a chill and considerable fever,
cr it may be so slight as to not hinder a
person from his usual business. In per
haps a majority of cases little or no at
tention is paid to the first stage of ca
tarrh, and hence it is that nearly one
half of the people have chronic catarrh
in some form.
To neglect a cold is to invite chronic
Catarrh. As soon as any one discovers
the first symptoms of catching cold he
should at once begin the use of Peruna
according to directions on the bottle,
and the cold is sure to pass away
without leaving any bad eCects.
Unless this is done the cold is almost
sure to end in the second stage of ca
tarrh, which is making so many lives
miserable. If Peruna was taken every
time one has a cold or cough, chronic
catarrh would be practically an un
Miss Elizabeth (Uber, No.: 67 Bassett
Street, Albany, N. Y writes:
".I have always dreaded unsettled
weather because of my extremeliablltty to
catch cold, when acatarrhal trouble would
quickly develop through my entire sys
tem, which it would take weeks to drive
away. I am thankful to say that since I
have taken PEItUNA I do not have any
reason to dread this anymore. If I
have been o,t all exposed to the damp,
wet or cold weather, I take a dose or two
of PERUNA, and it throws out any hint
of sickness from iny system." Miss Eliza
Mrs. M. ,T. Brink, No. 820 Michigan avenue,
St. Joseph, Mich., writes!
"This past winter during the wet and cold
weather I caught a sudden and severe cold,
which developed a catarrhal condition
through my entire system, and so affected my
general health that I was completely broken
down, and became nervous and hysterical
and unlit to supervise my home. My physi
cian prescribed for me.but somehow his med
icine did me no good. Reading of PERUNA
I decided to try It. After I had taken but
three bottles I found myself In fine health."
-Mrs. M. J. Brink.
Sibyl A. Hadley, 26 Main street, Hunting
ton, Ind., writes: "Last winter after get
ting my feet wet I began to cough, which
gradually grew worse until my throat was
sore and raw. Ordinary remedies did not
help me and cough remedies nauseated me..
Heading an advertisomont of what PE
RUNA could do, I decided to try a bottlei
and you can imagine how glad I felt wisen
it began to relieve me In a very short time.
In less than two weeks I was completely
cured." Sibyl A. Hadley.
Miss Sara McGahan, No. 1OT 3d street AI
bany,N. Y., writes:
A few months ago I suffered with a severe
attack of influenza, which nothing seemed to
relieve. My hearing became bad, my eyegb.
came irritated and feverish. Nothing seemed
right and nothing I ate tasted good. I took
PERUNA and within two weeks I was per
fectly well." Sara McGahan.
If you do not derive prompt and satis
factory results from the use of Peruna
write at once Vo Dr. Hartman, giving a
full statement of your case, and he will
be glad to give you his valuable advice
Address Dr. Hartman, President of
The Hartman Sanitarium. Columbus. 0.
Misses Katie Newbury and Hatlie
Spulak, of New Era, came to Canbv
Tuesday evening to take part in the
training of the Rebecca lodge team.
, Mike Pendleton and "Doc" Pendleton
were shaking hands with old friends in
The Willamette Fruit Company ship
ped the last of their fruit this week. It
has been stored in V. II Bair's ware
house since October 1st.
The Cantata given by the pupils of the
Canby Public school, was a success.
there was a large cowd present and the
entertainment was worthy of the crowd.
Only those who have had experience
know how much patient training is nec
essary to give good results, therefore
great credit is due Misses VeBta aud
Veva Knight and Prof, and Mrs. Winches
for their untiring efforts.
Henry Gerwig, of South JJend, Wash.,
was in Canby Saturday.
Don't forget the dance at Canby on
March 19. Everybidy invited and a
good time promised.
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Bair, Mr. and
Mrs. George Bauch, Mr. and Mrs.
Howard Eccles, Miss Harriett Bates,
Adam Knight, Willard Knight and B.
H. White attended the Rebecca dance
at Aurora last Saturday night.
The school meeting at the city hail
was attended by the largest crowd that
has beej to a school meeting in Canby
for many year?. The question to hi
voted on was: That the directors be
authorized to borrow money to have a
spring term of school. It was carried
by a narrow margin of two votes, the
ballot beinit 35 for and 33 against the
Mrs. Clara Hutchinson has ft tried a
millinery store in the Lee building on
east side of the rai road track. She has
a nice stock of the latest -tyle hats aud
la.iies can buy of her for less money
than Pottland prices.
Wt 7 f . I
tin Prices 4.
Onr genial harness maker, Wm. Ilaok-
rell (tirprieed his many friends recently
by tak'ng a trip iown to the coast and
bringing home a wife. We are informed
that the brides sister came home with
them. The Molaila people id general
thought that Mack contemplated doing
something of the I ind by the way he baa
recently been building additions to bis!
house. There is a box of cignrs on tap 1
at L. V. Bobbins store to celebrate the
Miea Ellen Kayler was taken to a I
No matter where you buy drugs or medicines in this
locality, you are saving money by the existence of this
We make prices; others have to meet them. ,We thus
benefit buyers, who, as yet, are not our customers.
Better trade where fair prices are voluntarily, not re
luctantly given. There is always an important difference1
between the leader and the led.
A FEW FRESH, CRISP RRICES
ioc Talcum Powder, nicely perfumed.
ioc Cucumber Jelly
ioc Glycerine Jelly, with Lilacs
25c De Luxe Face Powder...
10c Harlem Oil '
10: Williams' Shaving "Soap"" "
5c Toilet Paper Roll, 7 rolls 'for x
25c Tooth Brushes
$1 00 Red Line Sarsaparilla ""."
$1 00 Woods Sarsapanlla "
25c Graves Teoth Powder" .".""."
25c Figs Laxative Syrup " !
25c Condition Powder... J"" " '
Lillie Webb California OiivV Soiap" ioc, 3" for
U 00 Herpicide . .. .75c Household, AmmonYa" pint""
Gasoline, deodenzed, pt ioc Benzine, deoderized pint"""
BlueStone : 6Hc per pou'iid
I Charman & Co. Cny Drug store
Portland hospital last Saturday ul'cre
she will have to undergo a eevere surgi
cal operation before she can in ovt r fcer
The Molalla Mutual Telephone com
pany have perfected their cn aoization
and expect to commence building tfceir
lines in a short t'tno.
The:e has been considerable trouble
recently with the longdistance line from
Molalla to Wilhoit caned by trees fall
ing across ami breaking the wire. Les
ter Giptoti has been acting as lineman
in making repairs.
There has been so much rain lately
ibat farmers have not had any chance to
do any farming.
Pirry Kavler came home recently
ftom Prineville. He has been sick for
s-me time. He reports bad weather
and roads in eastern Oregon.
Rev. Stock well preached at Molalla
last Sunday evening.
DOG LOST-Small black, half shep
herd, half terrier. If finder leaves
him t-t V. Harris' store e will receive
regard. A crust Bakel.