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Jiicub HhkIi, of Nondy, wn n t, e(y
II. L. I'litliirmin, of LiiKiin, wm In Hut
I!inliilii .liiiiiii'rinnii, of Nni(!y, wit In
till city Muiiiiiiy.
K. I. Mlllnr, of Nt'mly, who in town on
Tliiw. F. Kyitn In In Hulmu ullmnlliiK
llin Nee ilnrliiKlliu fulr.
Win. I'uinm-oy, .,n ol W, II. 1-oincroy,
of Ohwi-ito, wua In town HuliiriUy.
Mm. Kulpli C'Urk, ofHookino, in vIhIL
Ii.kMm. CIim. All,rllit of Ihl ..iy.
Mf. II. F. I)K". one of Alurl'i
li'H.IInu clllwim, wan In (own Mon.luy.
K-Hlirlir K. M. CioIniii, of SuIkiii,
WM III OrtiKon City tlm II rut of tt it wiwk.
MIhimii IVIim. of till elly, went to
Mem VViMlnnmUy inoriiinK to muml tlm
I.. i'rU'UH li'ft foi HiiIkiii Vlncluv
Mini will nuiinlii In Una i lly ilurlng (lie
Minn I.n.y I.mi,Wl, ol 1'ortIniKl, l
rlnitliiK Iht nlM.ir, Mil, A. II. (imlimii,
In tlil elly.
Minn l.(.i Kiigto, of Niw Km, wim tlm
K'lfNtuf Mr, i:. C. Miul.l.Hk, tlm llmt
Of till) WtH'k,
I.yiiiaii AiKlrKMH, of Ml. I'lfumint, li lt
Futunlay lor ( Vvlli to tlein. tlm Ari- j
Mm. Wilkin Puiuilwiiy, of I'ortlitnil,
win in IliU fit y Hiimliiy, vixltinx .Minn
Mm. Akoo Siiiiiiiii'rit, of I'ortlmiil,
In t lilt elly HntiiUy, tlm itui-xt of Iter
lllT Ml It. I.. (itl'BVI'l.
Ili'iU-rt Tlmriia In viHitln t Murnli
Uml, CnluiiiliU county, tlm KtK'Ht of lila
ltnr, Mr. A. S. (irtilmm.
Win I -oy im. oiin of Otcpin City's
tioK-f iiIh, v iiinoiiK tlie ninny to ret urti
from tlm Imp lliila Mumluy.
Mm. Wol.l), ifu of Kv4tiKHllMt
Wetili, of Anturla, I vinlilnn her fri::il,
Mm. II. S. Simiiuo in thin city.
Ftnl KIihIit li'lt Tuimlay for Itumlim,
wlioru l will n iiiuin ilnrinx tha winter
M Nil ciii'luve of the llumloii woolen
Mm. Starr, Mm, IUcIiiiidihI muI Miw
MuU'l hi-iiiiy, of I'oriliiml, wrrv In thli
city Monday, tlifgiihu of MIkn Mmit
Mm J. It. Itolilnaon ami infant mn,
Kelllmlh, Iter ft Itmr-liiolitliK vinit with
ri-latlvi'H In Hilarity will Iruva HwtunUy
ivinlii for tlmlr home in Mnjitv, Cnl.
C, W. Knowlin, tlm Miiuliir Inmllonl
of tlm St. t'luirliH liolel In l'tirtliuiil,
in (ri'(,"in City Unl SnloriUy In ronr
I'niiv with (imi. II. I'urlimn, one of tlm
Iviolintf Nltorimya of tlmt 1'ity. Tlmr
OT1IIMI MORE CAN 111!
mul hnvo licfti (li'lijjlite.1 with its environments. Its magnificent
AcC'ssihility, mark it as a most favored snot for an ideal homo.
Thirty-six Cars a Day to Oregon City. Twenty-three Cars a Day to Portland.
Trip to Oregon City made in six minutes at the lowest rate in Oregon 2h cts. 12c. to Portland.
Tho new city lias its own saw mill and will soon hnvo its own system of water works, supplying cold, pure mountain water direct to tho homes in Gladstone. Electric lights as soon as needed. Gladstone is to be
niado and niaintaiiind na a modern city in every respect, ami all safeguards have been adopted in the dedication to make it a clean, wholesome place to live. Gladstone has as good a public school as
there is in tho county. No man with knowledge has any doubt as to tho future of Oregon City, the great manufacturing city of the Northwest. Millions are now being invested in mam
' moth enterprises, that will employ thousnnds of operatives. There never will be a better time to secure a home or make an investment in Gladstone or Oregon City.
What Prominent People Say of Gladstone.
The proprietor of tho Entkui-uihe, Mr. Chas. MomTvo, mfs: 'l have
purchased property in Gladstone and consider tho investment a
good one. It is tho most attractive rceidenco property in Oregon
1 City. GhvtlHtono Turk is certain to grow in public favor.
His Honor Mayor Straight of Oregon City says: "Gladstone can't bo
beat for a Biiierb resitlenco location. The location is extremely
healthy and easy of access.
Rev. Gilman Parker, pastor of tho First Baptist church of Oregon City
says: "After eighteen months residence in Gladstone I am thor
oughly convinced of its desirableness aa a placo for a home Its
many points of excellonco make it highly preferablo to any placo
between Oregon City and Portland. It has natural fitness with its
contour of hills, magnificent park, its crystal river, its healthful ness
its good water and fresh air, its freedom from city noise, its eloctrio
cars and cheap fare, are all points of very great advantngo and
Nriil Knvorul hour In the Uwn ml
With grimily nurpi Ucl at tlm proHKtrlty
Unit wua wiitrcnt in Ornoii City, mid
worn pli'iimiil to note tint muny noIIiI Im
IMuvmiH'iit llmt wurii liclnu nun In In
I 'oi l IiiikI'm Itljf unliiirl).
luilijd Ward, of 1'urtlund, s trull
ni tiii(j IhihIiiiim In tli In city tlm Hint of
Jmlgii lluyi'H npi'iit Hiimliiy in Kulein
to m with IiIh inotlmr wlio lmi Imun
mlto nirk of Into.
Mien Kilim WNNlilitirn, of ISrowiiNvlllu,
In tlm itiiPHt of liitr wit ii t , Mm. U.K.
Htriiniid, In llila city,
Klliott Ordwiy li lt for IiIn liomn In
I'orlluiid lnt Frldny ufUT vhm1 wookN
vmit with h lUrdinit.
Mm Jminlit Htid Miilxd lUliiliriilRe
wim tlm Kui't of Mm. V. Ihimit
llilit city tlm flint of tlm week.
Mix CInih llan k.of I'ortliind, formurly
of HiIn city, wnn Hid Kin-it of MIbk Ifitlon
Wurnttr, of IociinI farm luHtHnmlHy.
J.M.Trmy, of Iiun, otm of Cliu'k
niiirn comity' IchiIIhk furmiTN, and wlf,
wtru in tliln city tlm tlmt of tlio ick.
II. L. Kelly, NHxiHtHiit cHHliii-r In the
Hunk of Ori'iion City, mul non ltoy, re
tniiifd Inmi tliclr trip to Hcavlcw HinnUy.
M in Until Hcx kwixHi, iluutilitiT of U.
A. iio. k'xl, ol WillHlmri;, in vii.illii
her frii-iiil MUn Merlin Htwi'im in till
Minn Minnlii llcriiiiinii, of till" city,
Imn tx-cn H'iiiliiii( tlm wrck In Cluck
niiiun tlm ijiii'hI of Iiit frit-lid MiMNCora
Minn Vera 1'illnlniry, Brcuinpanii'il
Minn (iri-ta Ktrn Hit on Iiit rcturu to her
liomn in Salem mi l lll remain ilnrinjf
llin week of tlm fuir.
J. (J. (iiiKi', thn t'llhli'iit coiriH)on
il.'iit of tliu Kntkui'Iiink at Stairord, waa
in(r-)riin City Tnoailuy and paid llila
olliic-o plranaiit call,
Hon. Jnlm Wi'lcli, forimirly one of
Orison Clly'a IxadiiiK cilizt-iia, wai ill
IIiIh city (lie firm of the wwk iliaking
liamla with lila old fricnda.
Mla Krt'da liulcli, afUtr aliortatay
witlt rvliitivm in tliia city relnrm-d U
lior liomn In Portland SatlirJay, accom
ialiifd liy Mina IVarl Mcldrnin.
. liixi. Wallinn, formerly of tliia city,
dut now rcaiili'iit of Salum, waa in
town Fri'lay. Mr. Walling la the pre
piietor of tlm City atalilea of tl at place.
I'.d. Wynkoop, t tie Ni'roiiiinolatlni
pnrm-r of tlm Alton hilt! on the Salem
run, i lilliiiK that xailioti on the K
inoeia diirinx Mr. Han lall'a abnence at
K. II. Tata r, of Mt. rieaait, waa a
Caller at thin otlloe Tiiemluy, an'on
nanlod by hla brother Indaw, L, V,
Jcinea, from IVnria county, Illnoia, Mr.
Jonea ia accompanied by hia wifu and
At thfe nominal price of $105 Each.
SAID AS TO THE MERITS OF GLADSTONE AS A "HOME SITE."
out here f ir a moiitha vlxit and to
lia;k at Oregon with viW of potonbly
locutlnu in the Male. I'eoria county ia
in the Union corn diHtrlctof Illinois, but
Urn crop will be but little over ono-hulf,
Mr. June aya. liiiHlnena he atatea la
yd dull in bla nliite, but a more lioM-ful
teoliiiK now iruvalla and It ia thought a
general revival wiil aoon take place.
Samuel KukIo, one of the leading
dinner if Molalla and a pioneer of 'Vt,
waa In the city Monday on btininoea m
foie the probutu court.
I.bhI Friday Mr. and Mm. D. II. Gin
rutiirned from Aloea Jiiy. Mm. (ilaaa
hua been vlaiting her arent at tliut
plucc, and Mr. Ulaaa left !at week to
accompany her home.
Citpt. Theo. Wyant, of I'ortliind, and
who la tl.e owner of conaidcrable Ore
gon City proia-rly, waa up luat Saturday
viewing our city and noting the many
Improvement tiring made.
Ir. Iloaa, and old-tiimi reMidentof thi
city, and who owni coriaidnrabla 'prop
erly on Main atreet, but now of 1'ort
hind, waa in the city Saturday hint to aee
how the town wn proMTing.
John SpiUciilMtrgor anil family, of
Cortland, apent laat Sunday in Oregon
City I lie giii-xt of the fimiily of C. A. Her
mann. Mr. Spl'iseiiberger and Mr.
Ilermuiin were m hool mute back in Illi
noia in the year gun) by.
('aid A. II. (Iriihum and family ar
rived home finm the count at Long
I'.each on Monday. Their wtay waa pro
tracted lunger than intended by the
acrioti i Illicit of Mr, (irulium, but nl.e ia
now enjoying her unual gxx healtli.
Mra. Thru. Clurk, and aona (jiiy and
Hoy, returned from liandon lat Sunday.
They came by Kta)ie to Itomdiurg and
theio look the train for Oregon Citv.
Mr. Clark remained at liandon, where
he U Intereated in the W0"len mill.
Mm I. aura K. IteaMie. of Kucnt, re
turned to her home lat Tnend.iy from a
three week vinit with her "inter Mr.
John Cookn. Her return waa buttoned
by the opening of the fall term of the
State Univeraity in ahh li ahe i study
mg, Mia Mary Haakin left Tuemlay for
her home in iulehurg, III. Mine Hua
kin im been lor the punt mouth the
lineal of the family of hi r uncle and aunt,
Mr. and Mm. Win. tjuiiin of this city.
She waa delighted with Iter yiait and car
rica home with her many pleasant recol
lection of Oregon City.
II. E. Swett left lat Friday for hia
former home in Madiaon, Wia., to which
lie wan called by aotne buaineaa matter
and it may lx poaaihle that he will not
return to Oregon, but remain in the
Km. Mr. Swett. in the abort time that
be nude Oregon City hia home, proved
himself to be a perfect gentleman and
Grand advertising sale of GLADSTONE PROPERTY, introducing this
the handsomest of all suburbs to the attention of the people of Oregon.
Meeting the so-called hard times and discounting them 100 per cent.
BnMffl fin n Beginning September 10th, 1894, at
HKuMLLb and ending October 10th, 1894, at
park; its swiftly (lowing mountain
Applications and selections may
be made at any time, but no
papers will be drawn until
after the 10th.
H. E. CROSS,
a lawyer of aoine ability, and made
many friend who wih him well where
evur he may locate.
0. K. Wonderly, a homeman from
Ilolcna, Columbia county, waa in Oregon
City over Sutunlay and left for hi home
Sunday morning witli a amall band of
home that he purcliHaed of It. liooton,
the Kantern Oregon home raiaer.
Chuuncy Barney, who ha been read
ing law for tome time pat in the office
of Urownoll & Dreaaer, left Thnraday for
hi old home in Folk county where he
will tuke charge ol school for the
winter at Lewiaville. Hi brother, S, V,
Harney, of this city accompanied him
and will upend a few day with hia
parent who retide near Lewiaville.
Judge T. A. McHrlda left for Astoria
Sunday evening where he will bold the
full term of circuit court for Clatsop
county. He will be In Oregon City i n
October 8tli when he will hold an ad
journed term of one day for the pnrpoae
of hearing motion and demurrer, and
for setting cases for the November term
of coort for thi county.
The following citizen from tliia city
are in the capital cily holding poailinn
aa follows: J. K. I'urdom, H.I', ticket
agent; Kd. Field, S. P. baggage agent;
If, Stevens, sr.. state lair ticket Keller;
I). K. Sheppaid, deputy martdia!. Iluring
the abaence of J. S. I'urdom, C. li.
'Child will act a night agent at the
Southern I'acific office in tliia city.
J. N. Hruce, a former real estate
dealer of this city, but who rot into a bad
m-rape which cauaed him a two-years
detention at Salem, is back home oner
more, Gov. I'eunoyer having gi anted
him a pardon. Mr. Bruce propoaea to
conduct hi . aelf as a man ghould and
hoM- to win hack bin honor and integ
rity. He expect to go into a law cilice
in tliia city and fit himself for the law.
bUlllliUIUUa In all lia augea completely 1'
BLOOD POISON :trnre,8.n8u.(
I .aa yield to Ita healing powera'j
I It remove, me Milooandlmlllup the avatem ill
A v.luale ueauM aa taa diaw ta4 u BtaalaMaUM
f SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga.
THOUSANDS UPON THOUSANDS HAVE VISITED IT DURING
stream, affording tho purest water
The Oregon City Sash & Door Co.
CAUKY THE LARGEST STOCK OF
Sash, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Etc.,
IN OREGON CITY.
tfix;cial niitfiB of doors and windows made to order. Turning of all kindH
Estimates for Stair Work and Store Fronts
Furniahed on application. Builders give ua a call and tee if our work
ist not of the best, and our prices aa low as the lowest. Price
went on application.
Factory Cor. Main and 11th Sts , Oregon City.
NOTICE OK ADMIMHTRvrok'g SALE OF I
In the Counljr Court of the Htnto of Oregoo for
Ilia County ol CUi-kuniM.
In tha milter I the etW ol Fr1 Idem, ileo'd. I
Nale In hereiir liven, that in Diirauaui c ol I
a llcenneand ortler of sale duly mud mnti en
Ufied of record In the above entitled I'ourton
the zu day of Auuit. Ht licenMiif the wile of
the rem eatate hereinaf.er drcrtleil. I will, on
j Haturdar, the 'ivth day of September. IM4, at the
tiremlnea, iiltuated alxml three mllea went ol
j S'edy, (.'iaekamaa county. Oregon, aell at pub
i lie au'ilon, U the hlhent bidder, the following
ldeM:rllwd real eataie, aituated in Clackamat
I county, Oregon, in wit Kealttnlnr '. the aoiiih'
earn roraer ol motion HO. In T. 4 H.. K 1 E. of
the W Ilium, lie meridian, in ( lai kamaa county
jandataieof Oregon; thence wear oue hundred
and lty (IW)) roda; tlience north fifty (') rodn,
I thence eait one hundred and alxty (Mi) rod;
j Uience aouih ftfty .VU r.Kla to the place of be
j ginning, containing fifty acrea of land,
I more or lean, together with the appurtenances
I thereunto belonging lertna ol tale cau In
: baud on day ul sale
Adtn'r of laid eaiate.
Auguat a IhM. n-UM-ll
A HARDING.isP0KANE Denver
OOMPtTENT PHARMACISTS EMPLOYED
nut Perfumeries M Toilet Artlclei
Alao a lull itock of
W. H. COOKE. Manager,
Corner Fourth and Main Streetf,
The LEADING LIVERY STABLE
of the City. Riga of any description
furnished on short notice.
FOR SALE OR TRADE.
J Trartaol CLACKAMAS FRt'IT LANDS.
I Good houae. harn, etc. Alao
2 LOTS IN GLADSTONE
J. K. fiKOOM. Park Place. Oregon.
in the worl.l; its level, dry surface,
TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE.
1. The sale will be for cash or approved notes with interest at 10
per cent., due January 1, 1895.
2. Not more than two lots will be sold to the same person. Single
corner lots will not be sold. I
3. The people of Oregon City will be allowed to purchase 50 lots at
this figure and no more. The people of Clackamas county, i
outside of Oregon City, will be allowed to purchase 50 lots i
and no more, and 100 and no more will be sold to people out- i
side the county. !
4. If the entire number is sold before the expiration of 30 days, the
sale will stop and the old price of $300 per lot will be resinned.
In any event the sale will not continue beyond the 30 days.
7. No restrictions are made as to time when dwellings are to be
built, but they are to cost $1000. No shanties in Gladstone, i
8. Applications by mail, allowed, and the very best unsold lots will
be selected Final payments can be made inside of 30 days.
1. 1 k I CO.
E. McNeill, Receiver.
Gives the choice of
Low Rates to all
Leave Portland every five days for
For full details call on pr aci
dres, W. II. HURLBUKT,
Gen. Passenger Agent,
Portland, Or. '
10 o'clock A. M.
10 o'clock A. M.
THE LAST TWO SEASONS
its handsome surrounding?, its