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OREGON CITY COURIER., FRIDAY. JUNE 17 1904
Mies Daisy McFarland yiBited friends
in Portland Sunday.
T. L. Choi-man spent a few days in
Coryal lis this week on business.
Judge William Galloway went to
Yamhill county Wednesday on business.
Mrs. F. A. Sleight is spending the
week on the Sleight faim at Canby.
Misses Geri rude Fairclough and Flor
ence Westover are spending the week in
Hood Eiver. "
MiBS ClarisBa Fancber and Ruby How
ard of this city, were viBiting frienda in
Portland last Sunday.
Mrs. G. W. Church returned Tuesday
from Lind, Washington, where she vis
ited her son James.
Mr. George H. Himes, of the Oregon
Historical society, was in this city on
Misses Ethel and Helen McCord, of
Mt. Pleasant, are working in the Cas
cade laundry in this city.
Ross Farr successfully passed the state
pharmacy examinations held in Port",
land the first of this week.
Miss Lizaie Walker returned Saturday
trom Baker City, where she spent sev
eral weeks visiting friends.
Attorney Gilbert Hedges went to
Roseburst Wednesday where he will
spend a few days on business. '
Capt. J. H. McMillan, a pioneer of
Portland, was in the city Wednesday to
attend the funeral if the late William
Mortimer Latourette took the bar ex
amination before tie Court at Salem on
Jane 7, and was admitted to practice in
William Vaughn, ot Molalla, was
among the pioneers who attended the
funeral of the late William Barlow here
Clyde Huntley, secretary of the Ore
gon State Board of Pharmacy, helped
conduct the state examination in Port
Col. Robt. A. Miller returned Wed
nesday from Marion county, where he
attended the funeral of Miss Jennie
Griffith, his Bisler-in-law.
Leo Rosenstein, son of Mr. G. Rosen
stein, returned from the Oregon Agri
cultural College tt Corvallis this week
to scand the vacation at home.
Councilman A. Knapp waBdown town
Monday for the first time in several
months, he having been confined to his
home with a badly fractured thigh.
Ed Rauch, of Gladstone, recently re
ceived ai appointment under the U. 8.
Fish Commission. He wili be employ
edat the hatchery on the Clackamas.
Will Shivley returned Monday from
Forest Grove where he attended Pacific
University the paat winter. He will
spend tue Bummar with his parents here.
Miss Hester Deveraux, niece of Mrs.
C. A. Mash, of Gladstone, left Monday
for Etigenq where she will visit relatives
fo.-atiuie. She expects to return for
H. R. Case, M. D. of Flint, Mich., was
in the city this week, the guet of Mr.
and Mrs. E. 1). Kelly. Tbey were
neighbors in the East, and it has been
forty years since tbey met.
Gordon Moores returned home Tues
day from Eugene, where he has been a
student at the Stale University, during
the paBt winter He will spend the
summer with his parents here.
F. H. Welsh and Clyde Smith went
out to the Molalla mines Wednesday
With them went C. D. Love and A.. F
Parker of this place, who will spend two
weeks In the mountains in recreation.
Principal W. Gilbert Beatiie, of the
West Side Schools, has been elected to
teach Hittory, Civics and Rhetoric in
the Summer Normal at Eugene, and
left Monday to take charge of his work.
Francis Galloway is spending the week
with friends in this citv. he having come
down from the Stale University, where
he is a student. He will spend the sum'
mer on the Galloway farm at McMiun
Judge T. F. Rvan was elected on Mon
day to the exalted office of Grand High
Priest of the Grand Chapter of Royal
Arch Masons. This places the Judge at
the head of the Arch Masons in this
The following Is from the Likeview
Herald: "J. H. Westover, who has been
assisting in the Herald office the past
two weeks, left lait Sunday morning for
Santa Ana, Cat., where be expects to en
gage in the newspaper business.
Mr. Warren Lee of Canby and Miss
Eliza Mitts of Needy were , married in
Portland June 8 at the home of friends
on Union Avenue. Both tha. contract
ing parties are well known in this county,
where they have lived since eaily youth.
Mias Maud Elizabeth Cochian, of Au
rora, delivered the salutatory at the
commencement of the Oregon Agricul
tural College, Wednesday of this week.
Miss Cochran is a well known resident
of the county, and for several years has
tanght school in various districts.
J.U.Campbell left Wednesday for
Chicago where he will attend the Nat
ional Republican convention as a dele
gate , from . Oregon. The convention
opens on the 21st and he will probably
take in the St. Louis Exposition while
away. He expects to return in about
Miss Gertrude Noblitt. of Hubbard,
who was married on,WedneBday evening
June 8, to Devon H. Rowan in Portland.
is well known to many friends through
out this county. Mr. and Mrs, Rowan
have gone on a short honeymoon trip to
the Sound, after which time they will
return aodnake their home in Port
LOCVL NEWS ITEMS
weet cream for family use at Red
The Jnne Eighth grade examinations
commenced Wednesday and are in pro
gress for three days. v
Wilson & Cooke have the best sulkv
Rake in the market ; this a strong state
ment but can easily be proved.
Lady leaving Oregon Citv wishes to
dispose of her fine upright niano practi
cally new. For terms address 0 this
Money to Loan At 6 and 7 Der cent an
Real Estate Security. C. H. Dyb.
TheHardisty farm at Molalla was
this week sold to William Shaver of
Molalla, the consideration being $0,000.
ine tract contains I' 18 acres.
FOR SALE THREE REGISTERED
Cottswold Bucks, 1 years old. $15.00
each. Address Ralph Dimick, Hubbard,
Thomson's Bargain Store remodeled.
See the new indow displays. Special
in ladies summer vests elaborately
trimmed at 15c worth 25c. Children's
mull cape at 7c, 15c, 19c. It
For the best buildinz blocks in Huh.
bard write the Courier office.
At St, Paul's Enisconal church the
Rev. P. K. Hammond wili be assisted
by one of the clergymen attending the
Diocesan Convention, at both the morn
ing and evening services.
Rice 4c and ud. Tea 15c un. Coffee
like Arbuckle's 12 l-2c. better 14c.
best 20c, samples free; they will sur
prise you. Fine bulk Lard 10c. Lem
ons and Oranges lc each, IScpaidfor
eggs. Red Front.
Bargain lot Ladies' Fine Shoes &1.90
instead of $2.50; baby's 50c spring
heel shoes 37c. Ladies' pat. slippers,
uiually $1.25 to close at 69c. We fix
soles of heavy shoes with circlets and
staple the seams, no extra charge, lied
FOR SALE-SEVEN ROOM HOUSE
and four lots, one-half block from Glad
stone station, on electric line. Hot and
cold water, bath room and furnace.
Price, reasonable. Inauire at Mrs.
Bladen's millinery store, Oregon City.
For Rent Furnished rooms down
town. Inquire at Radnor's Confection
ery, 606 Main street.
At a regular meeting of the citv school
board Mondav evening, the resignation
of Mrs. Nellie Mc&dams, who as lately
reelected to trie principaiship ol the
Eastham school, was received and ac
cepted. Mis. Mc (dams is leaving the
city aad will move to Pendleton. Her
place will be filled by Mrs. J. P. Shaw,
of Hood Rivea, who has been teaching
at that place. She was unanimously
elected by the boa re to succeed Airs.
Beatie & Beatie, dentists, Weinhard
building, room 16, 17 and 18.
What will be the first stamp mill ever
erected in Clackamas county is now be
ing hauled to the mines on Ogle Creek
by the Molalla Central Mining Com
pany. It will be installed on the Prop
erties of the company and work will be
commencea early this summer reducing
the ore. 1 he machinery was hauled to
the Wilboit region this week and as soon
as the snow permits it will be taken to
the mines. The outfit consists of a two-
stamp mill, which will be en'arged as
the need arises. Steam uoer will be
used in driving the mill. A large quan
titp of ore now awaits the mechanism
and more is continually being gotten out.
Notice to , Con tractors.
It is easy to do
Banking by Mail ,
Don't think because
you live some miles
from a bank that you
cannot have a bank
account or do business
with us. - : 1
Send us your checks
and items by mail,
and you will have
prompt and . careful
attention. We cheer
fully answer anv in-
quines and can serve j
The Bank of Oregon City
Oregon City, Oregon
Grand Muslin Underwear
We have been fortunate enough to secure a large quantity of the
FAMOUS BAKER MUSLIN UNDERWEAR
at prices much under the market and place them on sale as stated.
Only at. OUR STORE do you have an opportunity of getting garments of this kind at these prices. You pay
only for the material at. THIS SALE, we throw in the labor of making the garments. These prices are such as only
stores handling large quantities can make.
Donft wait too long, a few days at the most will clean them out
Sale Commences June 20th.
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ft J a yon naw any luM abort jreat value lor link money, come ail" set our jjooih. Only II thUulc can you jet jjwJ value, L
I latnl lla ma- shape!. If yw Mt vmt, pmrtwim, r woiil - Te a frw whllMht; lart. Lot 6
ijfo' trhapt. t uotort Mmln. Tate ajiinitiorl m th W. tnte tW twrir tMr. '
Oregon Citv, Oregon, June 16, 1904.
Sealed proposals will be received at
the office of O. O.T.Williams, clerk of
district No. 62, Clackamas county. Ore1
eon, until 5 o clock p. m., July 2, 1904,
and then opened, for the construction of
closets at the Barclay and EaBtnam
school buildings,! and .connecting the
same with the sewer system of Oregon
City. Plans and specifications can be
seen at the office of the said district
cleik. The Board of Directors reserve
the right to reject any or all proposals or
parts thereof. V, . .
Envelopes ; containing bids should
be marked "proposals for closets" and
addressed to C. O. T; Williams, clerk of
District No ..62; ' , ,. " '
By order bitue Board of Directors.
f.,C; O. T. Williams,
- District Clerk. '
"GOLDEN RULE BAZAAR"
OREGON CITY'S BIG CASH STORE.
For baseball suits see Adams
Oregon City's Big Cash Store.
How About Summer Vacation!
Office of Board of Directors of School
District No H2 Clackmas county, Ore,
Oregon City, Ore., Juno 14, 1904.
Mrs. Nellie C. McAdam,
Dear Madam : It it with
sincere regret that this Board has re
ceived your resignation of the Principal-
snip ot the caBtham School, to which
position we recently re-elected you.
Your services in the past have been so
eminently satisfactory that we hoped
that our schools might have the benefit
of your presence and direction for an
other year at least. As you cannot see
your way clear to remain wtth ns any
longer we can only express onr regret at
the loss of your services and assure you
tnat we feel that in your withdrawal
from our schools we lose one of our most
valued instructors, and the pupils a
loved friend as well as teacher whose
kind and sympathetic interest in their
studies and welfare was always mani
fest lhe parents, whose children have
been fortunate enough to be under your
care ana instruction, well know and ap
preciate the work that you have done In
building op the character of their girls
and boys and inspiring thorn with an
earnest wish and desire to be and be-
ceme lsaies and gentlemen, as well as
students, and that the precept and the
advice you have given them will be of
permanent and lasting beneat. . In con
elusion we thank you on behalf of the
citizens ot this dlBtnct, as well as our
selves, for the valuable work iou have
done for na in our schools, and with best
wishes for your future health and pros
perity, we remain,
(Signed) W. E. Carll .'
Geo. Harding ) Directors.
Ohas. Caufikld '
Newport or Yaquina Bay is the ideal
seaside resort cf the North Pacific Coast.
Round trip tickets at greatly reduced
rates on sale from all Southern Pacific
points in Oregon, on and after Jnne 1st.
Ask Agents for further information an j
a handsomely illustrated souvenir book
let, or write to Edwin Stone, Manager
C. 4 E. R. R., Albany, Ore., or W. E.
Coman, Q. P. A. S. P, Co., Portland.
candy, cigars and peanuts. There were
many watching the game.
Miss Carlyle, who has been staying
with Miss Delia White during the patt
week, returned to her home in Oregon
Mr. John Evans and wife and daugh
ter called on Mr. Lewis Sunday.
Mr. Behrendt had a very bad accident
while returning from town one day last
week. The wagon upset and be was
thrown out. His father-in-law was with
liim but escaped injury.
The new road Is being worked on and
will soon be worth while traveling.
Mrs. Tremayne and two children are
leaving Wednesday for Wardner, Idaho,
where ber husband now resides,
-Mrs. Ware delivered a good sermon
in the Evangelical church Sunday even
ing.. Quite a crowd attenned.
H.O. Inskeep is working on Humphry
Jones' bouse. .
Chris. Bullard called on friends in
Born, to the wife of G. H. Rogers, of
Willamette, on Sunday, June VI, 1904,
exercises is an ideal one and the ample
shade and fine water made less severe
the beat of the day. At the laat mo
ment the principal speaker telephoned
from Salem that he could not be present
but with musio by the Cbemawa band
and some stage entertainers from Port
land, the speaker's presence was not
greatly mtsied. in the aiternoon Dan
game was played by the Hubbard K. of
P. team and the Macksburg Maccabee
team. The game was interesting from
start to finish. It resulted in a victory
for the K. of P. team by a score of 0 to
In the evening a grand ball was given
in the Armory hall fr which 108 tickets
Knox Cooper spent Sunday with his
relatives in Caros.
Mr. Ed Howard and family called on
Mr. and Mrs. IriBh Sunday.
West Oregon City ball team played
Carus team Sunday on the Carus ground,
the victory going to Cams with a score
of 18 to 5. Ice cream was served, also
Private Mweyo Loan.
Sit arid seven per cent. Amounts on
land f 100 to $3000. . Also some on chat
tel and personal security.
ror sale : xne kusmi nomeeieau six
miles SE of Molalla at S an acre; the
Philip Marqoam Homestead eight miles
E of M arquam at 6 an acre. Plenty of
fine water aad good soil on both tracts.
Also block 119 Oregon Oity, eight full
lots 06x106 feet. Sightly building place
all for $1000.
Jous W. Lodib,
Att'y. at Law.
Stevens' building, Oregon City, Ore.
Knights of FyMlas 1'icnic.
The Knights of Pythias picnic at Hub
bard last Saturday was largely attended
bv people from Oregon City, Csnby,
Needy, Macksburg, Woodburn and other
nearby points. The place chosen for the
Nyal's Corn Cure for the sake of Some Powder are Faith Cures
your temper and your comfort Nyal's owders are Headache
get it,. Cures. 25c Box.
there Jin So Many
v You ought to trade at our drug store that there
is not room enough in a little advertisement to tell
them all. One reason is that we are modern. We
keep pace with new ideas and new conditions. As fast
as anything better than we have is invented we sew
cure it. As fast as we discover newer and purer, an$
more desirable things we take them up. But the
old reasons are best of all The reasons that will al
ways govern U3; these are Reliability, Honesty, Prompt
ness, Purity, and Freshness of stock. The best always
never the next best.
HOWELL & JONES
LINN E. JONES
Everybody knows what It 1.
Agents for Hazslwood Cream.