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j CHAT ABOUT TOWN.
i Price tlie IiiwuhI llml Front Store.
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I'., r.. IlligniH, me irrorer.
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Cull (or muiiiiIc,
Fir Hllil liml) H(HI WUIltml lit till
A new Una of lle voiiiln at the
lUt kot torn.
t Hear ItiiiKumon In the lobby Putiinluy
tilildt at Hlilvely'aliall.
v K vm want a Kxl )ii) Imy the
'Jlm-keye ol Wllnon A Cooke,
Illicit' iintriimnetl iIichh data from
i() ctuilH up al liolierla A Hamilton.
1 1 ilifKt prim pniil ly tlie Commercial
f miik (orrouniy ami city warrant.
Proceed of tlie Kxlra Kemtlon will
In0p mlil attraction to tlm (liiitaniiia.
Frevtaii' aiuelixiiig icklccan txi ItU'l
l the burner grocery, ju'hi hi uio
Attend ccll ali ol KotierU A
Hamilton on tlio iHth, lUtli ml L' llli of
See tlie new tlutfirer hair ornament.
amlter tem tul nii'Ul lip, tit the
Ha! Ha! Ha! Iliul'i what yoii will
imy on SutiiriUv n!flit If you go the
Order left at Fmnk Harlow' Htore.
for 4 -foot or Itl-incli wood, promptly
tilled l.y r.. J'arker.
(lo to tlm IUiitit church Friday nliclit
and hour t line entertainment and uut
Homo of the flint ice cream of tlio attaeon.
8. Nefxiier i having a neat cottane
built on Kixth and Jackson atreeta,
which he will occupy a aoon aa it ia tin-
Rkiihock. Applra, prune, raiHina,
pliinia or rice 6 cent a iound ; lemon
and oranitca a xnny each at The Red
Maurice K. Haiti, editor of Harlow
Three BUter, panned safely through the
initiittory cerinmnie of the KaaUirn Star
Chapter Tuemlay evening.
The entertainment at the Congrpxa-
tional church Monday evonuiK April 15th,
Klven by Mia Carrie Hudolph, aaaiKU'd
by local talent, will be eomelhiiiK new.
Ity watching for di)Krona ay mp torn a
.and by giving Stediiiaira Soothing pow-
lurs at the right time, aave your baby
from lit or convulaiona during teething.
It cure pilua, it cured ubatinnte sorea,
hapiwd liauda, wounda. It doea this
Quickly. I there any god reaaon why
P-you aliould not uae IH) Wilt I Itcii
' Jlaael Salve?
I The namea of Miaa Nieta Itarlnw and
Mr, HerWt Heatow apiwar for duet
:n the pnt!ram of the entortainmcnt to
fit trivnn ut tlin f rlturriL'llnnAl Phnnh
."' a'- " 1 n n "
Meaara. Herman and Lynn Jonea are
the happy poaauaaora of tlio only bicycle
in town, "built for two, and are antici
pating many joyou.iexuuraiona this auiii
tnor on their tandem.
Gladatone greenhouse la the place to
get your planta. A fine collection on
hnnd of begoniua.hnliHtropea.geraninma,
eincrurluB, fuchiaa, pottuiiaa, pelurgon-
iiima, chryaantliu'muma, carnutiona,
Scullaa, etc., etc., at bod-rock prices.
Take a done ol PoWltt's Little Kurly
Ulcers juat for the good they will do you.
Thnae littlo I'lllfl aregiKxl for indigPHtion,
fgood for beadace, good for liver com
plaint, good for conatlpation. They are
K'ood; C. O. Huntley, druggiat.
Wilaon & Cooke have moved their
Ntuck of hardware one door south of the
iConunercittl Bank, but will still occupy
their old Btand for farm impliments, such
as Duin wagons, Oliver plows, Buckeye
and 1'itchor pumps, cultivators, hay
rukefl, mowers and wheelbarrows.
The Sunday school chil'dren of the
Presbyterian cnurch will conduct the
Kaatcr services for that church on next
Sunday evening. A pleasing program
tins been prepared embracing songs,
recitations and essays. The public is
cordially invited to attend.
1). C. Latourette and II. I.. Kelly, of
this city, wont to Kulom Wednesday to
altt.nd tlio funeral of their aunt, Mrs.
Mehailia Smith, who died at her homo
in Mehama recently. Mrs. Smith was
one.' : the old pioneors of Alurion county,
1 was from her that the town of
ma received Us name. She was
unown in Oregon City being a rela-
f many residents here.
COUNTY COURT I'KOCKEDINUM.
He rem I Tax Ciini Nettled Kund Ini
proreiuenti IIIlN Allowed.
County court for April met last week
with Jiiilgn (iordun K, Hayt-s and Com
mlaaloners It. Scott and F. Jaggar prea-
ent, and tranaacted the following bus!
In the mailer of the Nulla of M. 1.
lirailluy against Clackaiiiaa county the
court ordered (hat compromlae ell'ncted
by the attorneys In said cases Ixs appro v
ed and accepted, and that warrant be
drawn In payment of dunmiiea aaardod
Malcolm 1. Hradley 15(K), and the coat
and (llabiiraemenla of the suits amounting
W. II. Smith, road supervisor of dis
trict No. 11, was instructed to see that
petitioners for opening of the Wilbur
road expend In labor on said mud the
time required by law,
W. I,, Ilavla applied for aid from
county, Ordered that (D x-r month be
allowed for upHiit of Minnie, 1'earl and
Frank Nnla, minors, grand children of
)u via, and that fit he drawn (or Immedi
Ordered that OimooN ('ity Kntkiii'Kihk
and Induatrlal lleruld be selected sa the
olllcliil nowapapers of Clackatnaa county,
The Herald was the only paper whose
publiahera filed liat of subscribers, sworn
to, as required by law.
J. F. IWk being doubly asseaaeil for
year 'W!, It was ordered Unit on payment
of $L'3.65 a 'receipt in full Im given him
for taxes of 'Hi.
Ordered that allowance of mt
month heretofore made for snpixirt of
Mr. Tierce, out of indigent noldier tiind,
txi discontinued May 1.
Ordered that warrant for fMll.Kl be
drawn for I.. L. Toiler, as roinuiiaalon
on tsxea collected for years 'IKI, '111 and
'IC', amounting toM!iH.l,fi.
Iteport of Schod Supt. (iiliaon on the
number of school districts for year end
ing March 4, 1HD5, showing that lit!
school district bud reported a required
by law, it was ordered that f'JK) be
allowed II, S. (iibson for said rerts.
In the inutUir of the delinquent mort
gage taxes aaaeaaed aguinat Klijiih Smith
for 'til and 'H2, UM)ii hearing the report
and rifommeiulHtion of C. D. & V. C.
Latourette, attorneys for the eounty, re
port showing that there waaserioua doubt
a to the validity of the asix'sament of
said mortgage taxes, and an uncertainty
about collecting the same, and the Tort
land (leneral F.lectric Co. tendering a
bond guaranteeing to the county the ex
enditure o( the sum of $H505 upon the
roads of said county UKin a release of
aaid claim for taxes, the court ordered
that the bond he accepted aa full settle
ment of mortgage taxes assessed againat
Klijah Smith. Commissioner laggar dis
senting. I. W. Kinnaird, county surveyor, ap
pointed to survey, andj.lt Hayes, Geo.
1-aeey and Frank Ford to view the Ship
ley road, a change in the road being pe
titioned for by F. W. Wsuker et al.
Petition of It. J. Shocklcy et al., for a
county road denied, I). W. Kinnaird,
rosd master, reporting adversely.
Petition of K. V. Aldrn et al, for
change in the Morton road denied, D. W.
Kinnaird reporting adveisely.
Ln the tnstter of petition of Morris
Orifenhoin et al. for county road D. W.
Kinnaird appointed to survey and J. M.
Sliker, C. 8. Porter and Geo. J, Currin
to view said road.
Application of KlmerT. Duvla to pur
chase certificate of tax sale of Richard
Pavi estate, sold In 'SKI for '94, granted
and certificate transferred to Elmer T.
Davis on payment of amount due thereon
and prior taxes if duo.
Petition of E. P. Dednmn et al for a
change in Damascus, Clackamas and
Oregon City road, referred to road master
to reort at May term of court.
KoDort of (ieo. Killen on completion
ol improvement of the Elliott Prairie and
Woodburn road approved and f 75 or
Petition of Jos. (iill et al, for all road
fund collected from respective diHtrictB
to be expended in said districts, laid
Claims for road work during month of
March ordered paid as follows:
District No. 3, labor 74; material $8.
Dlst. 11, labor $8; material f.1.48.
Dist. 13, labor 8.50; material $0.02.
Dist. 14, later f 118.
Diat. 15, labor $4.
Dlst. 17, labor 40.42.
Dist. 18, labor $4(1.75; material 4 68.
Dist. 27, labor $153.12.
Dist. 24, labor $18.75; material $123.32.
Dist. 30, labor $3.,ll).!)0 ; material $22.82.
Dist. 31, $181.14.
Dist. 32, $30.50.
Application of Portland Flouring Mill
Co. for tax rebate on account of part of
their property being wrongly classified in
assessment roll of '04, granted, and it
appearing to the court that said company
is charged with heavier tuxes than other
companies for similar property in the
county, it is ordered If the company will
pay all of the state tax, city and school
district tax, on the amount of increase of
valuation of said property made bv
Stale Board of Equalization on account
of wrong classification of said properly,
viz $8010 then county will grant rebate
on nil the rest of taxes due on said $8010.
Petition of F. C. Mack et al, for a bridge
across Milk creek on county road leading
from Grange hall to Canby, known as
Darnnll road, referred toD. W. Kinnaird.
Report of Roadmaster Kinnaird on the
completion of grade on the Kent road,
approved and exenae account of $'15
Application of Jonathan Johnson for
settlement of faxes of '04 granted. It
appearing to the court that the applicant
own lot 2, block 27, Oregon City, and
that Nul l prosjrty wat wrongly described
on assessment roll of '03 and wa sold at
delinquent tax sale amount of tax
$21.04, costs $2.35 court will accept
$20.00 In full of said taxes, remitting the
Application for aid for Tho. Tomeroy,
an indigent aged man, referred to Com
KiqiorU of ofllrer on collection of fee
for March, approved.
Ordered that allowance for care and
keeping of E, liergman lie reduced to $0
Mileage and psr ilium of commission
ers: It. Scott, 4 day, 18 miles, $13.80,
extra, 4 iluys, 10 miles, $13. F. Jaggur,
4 days, 12 miles, $13.20; extra, 1 dry, 20
HIM. a AM.OWK.D
(ieo F.llorton, cert, copy 8.11.101 $ 9.00
F. A Sommer, paiier account,, . , 5.00
Tin. Charinan A Son, " ... 20 00
Oregon City Hospital " ... 5.50
K J Hendricks, Reform school ac. 1.70
It L llolman, pauper account,. . . 20.00
C N (ireenman, " " .. 2.50
It L Holinun, et al, investigating
death of Jas. Tucker, 22.75
It. L. llolman et al, inquest un
known man 58.70
T J Strite, pauper account 2 50
(ieo. Moore, grand jury witness, . . 2.20
Jlenry Meldrum, jury account. . 2.20
Courier, printing 22.50
N M Mood y, dep. sheriff, over time 25.89
K C Madilisk, prisoner's board.. 105.50
Assessor Hradley and 5 deputies, 544.00
S M Ramsby, recorder' account, 20.00
V M Moore, treasurer' account, 0 00
J & W White, court house account 4 00
CCRobbins, " " " 40.50
Portland Wire A Iron Works,
court houae accouut, 40 00
II II Johnson, deputy surveyor,. . 33.00
Noblitt's stable, livery account,. . 12.00
State v II Ailchinson, laid over
Stale vs Joseph Kichet. " "
State vs Clarence Talmer, 29 85
State vs Jesse Kingsbury 10.00
State vs W II Welcli & F M Iiuley 21 90
StateysJA Louaignout, 37.10
State v Dan Ferguson et al,. . . . 10.75
Wilson A Cooke, road account,. . 10.00
Mortenson & Hansen, road ace. . 27.51
California Powder Work " 82.41
br. D L Paine, iusaue account,. . 19.00
Dr. W K Carll. " " 6.00
Mr. L II Stricklin, pauper ace, 10.50
State va II P Neefus. laid over.
II 8 Gibson, teachers' meetings, 12.20
Miller A Steven, court house ac. 15.00
Kntkki'Hisk, stationery, 110.00
D K Shepard, sheriff account,. . . . 5.80
G C Fiel.lv, aheriff account, 2 50
Meston A Dvgert, recorder' acc. 105.00
U W Tiosser, road and pauiH'rac. 8.00
Mr. Carrie Myers, pauper acc. . 8.00
Application of Roys A Girls Aid
Soc. for Pierce & Riggschn. 27.80
M Hvalt, sheriff account 50 03
A S Dresser, fee Hradley vsCo.. 250.00
Although Mr. Geo. II. Wisiiart ha
never been an inveterate smoker, only
mildly induling in the weed, he ha laid
afide hi pie and sworn never to touch
it again. This sudden reformation - is
not due to the fact of it' being Lent,
but ia the result of a slight experience
Mr. Wisiiart underwent last week, the
memory of which will remain with him
several weary days to rome. He made
preparations for a comfortable smoke,
uing for a taper, wherewith to light his
pie, an envelope lying on the mantel.
Throwing the remains of the envelope
in the fire, be watched the flames wrap
lovingly about it, and saw also within
their warm embrace a ten-dollar green
back, he now remembers having previ
ously placed on the mantel, Within an
envelope. This tender subject is
tabooed by Mr. Wisiiart. Any one wish
ing to remain on this planet, will
refrain from mentioning it to him.
The Baptist young people will give an
entertainment Friday evening of this
week with a fine program . The cele
brated artist in club swinging, Matthew
Brown, will give a performance. There
will be an umbrella drill by some young
ladies in costume. A learned professor
will aliow a little of hi skill in mind read
ing. UockI in uric with these and oilier
exercises will make a pleasant evening
(or 10c. admission. A social will follow
witb ice cream and cake for 10c.
A canvass among the druggists of this
place reveals the fact that Chamberlain's
are the most popular proprietary medici
cines sold. Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy, especially, is regarded a in the
load of all throat trouble remedies, and
such, is freely prescribed by physicians.
As a croup medicine, it is also unex
celled and most families with young
children keep a bottle always ready for
instant use. The editor of the Graphic
ha repeatedly known Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy to do the work after all
other medicines have failed. The Kim
ball 8. D. Graphic. For sale at 25 and
50 cents er bottle by Geo. A. Harding.
Drs. Hickey the dentist owing to the
increased practice in their Portland office
has been compelled to discontinue their
Oregon City office. Parties desiring
dental work will find them in the Dekum
building Third and Washington street
Portland. Those having $5 or more
worth of work done will have their
round trip fair deducted from their bill.
Andrew Hamlin, of Portland, visited
friend in town Sunday.
Mis Vera Pilnbury has been ii ting
friends In Portland the past week.
Deputy V. H. Marshal Geo. Humph
rey, of Portland, wa in town Wednes
day. Mr. F. A. Sleight, of Cauby, visited
friend in this city the latter part of last
Mr. Elmer Wharton, of St. Helens,
is visiting with her sister, Mrs. Marion
Mrs. I). V. Thompson snd daughter
Genevieve, visiled relative in town
Miss. Ivy Glass, of Ciawfordsville,
Linn county, i visiting her brother, Mr.
D. II. Glass.
Solomon Garde who has been in Cal
fornia for the past three weeka, arrived
C. I. Caulkins and Caulking, two of
Pleasant Hill' rustling young farmers,
were in Oiegon City Thursday.
Miss Delia Glover, of Kagle Creek, is
in the city making an extended visit
with her sister, Mrs. II. 8. Gibson.
Mias Kate Ward leave Fridav for
Portland, where she will visit several
day with her mother, Mrs. M. Ward.
Mies Myi tie Aperson, of McMinnville,
airived in thi city Friday, and will
spend several weeka visiting friends and
Miss Laura Fields, of Moscow, Idaho,
who has been visiting her cousin, Mrs.
A. J. Iwthwaite, for the past six week,
left for her home Saturday.
Holly Nash and wife and Mrs. Sted-
man, of Vancouver, were in this city
Monday, the guest of their old fiiends,
Mr. and Mr. J . P. Sumner.
Thos. Cowing, Meldrum McCown, II.
C.Salisbury, II. Straight and a number
of other bicyclists intend making the trip
to Salem on their wheels, Sunday.
Mrs. Robt. Caufield returned home
from Salera last week, where she bad
been staying with her sister, Mrs. F. K
Hodgkins, who ha been ill a short
D. C. Latourette and II. L. Kelly went
to Salem Wednesday to attend the fun
eial of their aunt, Mehama Smith, who
died at her home in Mehama last Mon
A. M. Shibler, of Springwater, wa in
Oregon City Thursday on his way home
from Portland, where he had been to at'
tend the Portland Presbytery, a a del
for hi church.
Rev. J, A. Montgomery and L. C.
Caple were in Portland Tuesday and
Wednesday attending the session of the
Presbytery as delegates from the PreebV'
terian church of this city.
Dr. Carll, L. L. Porter, J. H. Walker
and T. F. Ryan were present at the
mystic banquet in Portland, Thursday
of this week, which is given annually by
the Scottish Rite Lodge.
Mr. Williams, mother of L. P. Will-
ianis, arrived from San Francisco last
week and will make her home with her
son, who has been living on the Meyer)
farm near Clarks, for several year.
M r. Jos. Dobbins, of Southern Oregon ,
was the guest of Mrs. N. Tingle at Glad
atone for a few day last week. She
left Monday for Newlssrg, where she
will visit her sister, who lives at that
M. P. Bradley, who had the recent
damage suit agiiinst Clackamas county
tor the loss of his wife and chiild, is now
Bteambosting on the lower Columbia,
being a deck-band on the steamer 6. W.
Rev. H. L. Barkley, of Woodburn,
presiding elder of the United Brethren
church, also a representative from Mar
ion county, was in this city Monday for
a short time. His wife is seriously ill at
their home in Woodburn .
Mrs. Louise Schulpius, mother
of Max Schulpius, of this city,
lett Inst Saturday for her old home in
Milwaukee, Wis. Mrs. Schulpius is
nearly eighty years old, but is hale and
strong and expects to enjoy her trip as
well as though younger in years.
H. M. Temuleton, w ho recently as
sumed the superintendancy of the finish
ing department ia the woolen mills in
this city, expects his family to arrive
soon from North Adams, Mas. They
will take up their residence in the Whit
lock cottage on Center street, near
Frederick Warde and son ErneBt were
in town last Thursday, the guests of
Dr. W. E. Carll. Mr. and Mrs. L. G.
Gurnett gavi a dinner in their honor, at
their home on the West Side. Those
present were: Mr. Frederick Warde
and Mr. Ernest Warde, Mrs. McMillen,
Miss Donaldson and Mr. Donaldson of
Portland, W. P. Johnson, of Oakland,
Cal., and W. E. Carll, F. T. Griffith and
N. R Lung of this city.
Milk Cow for Sale.
Good fresh milk cow for sale. Cheap
for cash. Address.1. M. Findi.ky, New
Era, Oregon. 2t
You ought to know this: DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve will heal a burn and
etou the pain instantly. It will cure
badly chapped hands, ugly wounds,
sores, and a well known cure for piles.
C. G. Huntley, druggist.
When your guidman comes home at 'een,
He aye expects to Bee
Two cosy slippers on the hearth,
And a cup of Japoolo Tea.
The Extra Session, a new and attrac
tive entertainment w ill be presented lo
the fun-loving jieople of this city mi
baturdsy evening April Uth, at 8 o'clock.
Thi adjourned session of the Oregon
legislature is not only amusing but
highly Instructive. The dispensing of
clerkship, appropriation of public
moneys, grunting of charters are fuc
similes of the proceeding of the last
session. The proceeds of this entertain
ment will be used for the establishing of
Oregon City W. C. T. U. headquarter on
the Chautauqua grounds.
CAST Of CHARACTER.
Mr. Helen D. Harford, speaker.
Mr. M. M. Charinan, reading clerk.
Mis Gertrude Shaw, recording clerk.
Mis Fannie Maddock, senate messenger.
Mrs. J. M. Lawrence, sargesnt at arms.
Mr. Clinton Latourette, visitor.
Mr. L. 0. Young, artist,
Mrs. 8. W. Holmes, foreign woman.
Mr. C. H. Dye, Hofer.
Mr. Theo. Clark, Rioearson.
Mrs. M. L. Driggs, Templeton.
Mr. E. E. Charman, Jeffrey.
Mr. Duff, McCracken.
Mr. A. C. Beaulien, Smith of Polk.
Mr. Sidney Smyth, Blundell.
Mrs. J. K. Groom, Cooper.
Mr. Lottie Green, Schlbrede.
Mrs. Geo. Rinearson, Gowdy.
Mr. J. E. White, Paxtn.
Mrs, L. C.Caples, Stewart.
Mr. C. O. T. Williams, Hillegas.
Miss Harriet Case, Meyers.
Mis Nellie Younger, Smith of Linn.
Mis Maggie William, Smith of Clack.
Mis Hattie Monroe, Barkley.
Miss Mary Younger, Smith of Josephine.
Mis Gertrude Finley.Cleeton.
Miss Bertha Sumner, Guild.
Miss Ana Baird, Burleigh.
Miss Frankie Currin, Mintie.
Messrs. Geo. O. Rinearson, L. C.
Driggs, J. U, Campbell, Sidney Smyth,
Bert Beatty, Ned Driggs, 8. W. Holmes,
F. T. Griffith, C. H. Dye, II. A. Young,
J. K. Groom.
Admission, adult 25 cents, children,
10 cent. Reserved seats to he had on
selection, no extra charge. Tickets on
tale at Huntley's.
Its Merits Nothing else!
Marr A Robertson Agents.
Busy people have no time, and sensi
ble people have no inclination to use a
slow remedy. One Minute Cough Cure
acts promptly and gives permanent re
sults. Captain Sweeney, U. S. A., San Diego,
Cal. say: "Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy
is the first medicine I have ever found
that would do me any good" Price 50c.
For sale by Geo. A. Harding
A BOLD ASSERTION.
Brer since Prof. Koch startled the world
by promising to cure consumption with the
Koch lymph and his complete failure to do
ao, the people have been looking for some
diacoTery which would prore an absolute,
certain cure for that dread disease. Orer a
quarter of a century ao Dr. R. V. Pierce,
chief consulting physician to the Ioralida'
Hotel and Surgical Institute, put in a claim
for a medicine, which he had discovered
and used, ir. Ma extensive practice, that
would curt ninety-eight per eent. of all casea
of consumption when taken in all it early
atages. Time has proved that hia assertion
was based on facts gained from experience.
His "Golden Medical Discovery " has cured
many thousand people in all parts of the
world, and Dr. Pierce invites all interested
to aend to him for a free book which give
the names, addresses and photographs of
many prominent people who have willingly
testified to the marvelous curative proper
ties of his "Golden Medical Discovery."
He has also written a Book of 160 pages on
" Diseases of the Respiratory Organs, " wh ich
treats of all Throat, Bronchial and Lung
diseases, also Asthma and Catarrh, that will
be mailed by the World's Dispensary Med
ical Association of Buffalo, N.Y.,on receipt
of six cents in stamps, to pay postage.
Consumption, as most everybody knows,
is first manifested by feeble vitality, loss
of strength, emaciation ; then local symp
toms soon develop, as oueh, difficult
breathing, or bleeding from lungs, when
investigation proves that tubercular de
posits have formed In the lunfrs.- It is
earnestly advised that the "Discovery" be
taken early and the latter stages of the
disease can thereby be easily avoided.
To build up solid jflesk and strength after
the grip, pneumonia, ("lung fever"), ex
hausting fevers, and other prostrating dis
eases, it has no equal. It does not make
fat like cod liver oil and its nasty com
pounds, but, solid, wholesou flesh.
McKittrick's shoes are the best on earth.
McKittrick's prices are the lowest on earth.
McKittrick's styles are always the latest.
McKittrick's house is the squarest on earth.
BONE ? MILLS
You need not send East for
Bone Mills to cut green bone for
your chickens. Also a full line of
171 Second St.,
Easter :-: Millinery
Our Store is now
Brim full of
Correct Millinery of Portland.
gpwlal Etr Sale of Trimmed Turbans alfl.7S.
Mlllluarjr Parlor will auk jr. u H.Vi to 1, W),
Special Kantar Hals of vary fine ne atyle
atraw hiiM. plBnanllr Irlmme'l. al
i!M, S IX). .!, 4.K and SO) worth from M
to 0 In any other Iimd.
ifpeelal Kater Sale of new shape Straw
Bloll Faster Rale of Jet Piquets, at 25c.
Worth 7." i-enta.
Speel.l fCMter Hale of Rough Effect Sailors, 15c.
Wortn ie cents.
Bpeclal Kanter Sale of nice Sailor, at .... ZjC.
Special Eautvr Hale of Vttlvetfiirvet-me-nots,
six nn spray, per dozen (praya I'K.
Hpeelal F.aater Ble of Flower Nontnrea,
three silk aud elvet rotes atd three btula,
Worth SO cents.
Ko Exception we are pnsltlrely Leaders In
our line of bimtuefui. Come and see
for you mel f,
Corner Fourtb and AVbinn'on.
CALVIN H. WEEKS, - Prop.
Wholesale and Retail dealers ln
Flue MommuI Worianl Imuortei Statuary.
Do not order monumental work until you
obtain our prices. Kou will (Ind for ood
work our charge, are always the low
est. If any work is warned id our
line, please drop erd,
aud we will call with de
signa and prices,
Seaond and Third Straak Eleetel
Cass Pass Our Salesrooms.
720 front 8treet, Opposite the Failing School.
Will Stand the season of ISfl.'i at Canhv
on each Monday and Tuesday and the
naiance ot in weeK in Uregon City at
ADIRONDACK was sired by Bona
Fide, "20, sire of Humtx-rt 2:28,4', Uene
2:30. Bona Fide was sired by H amble
ton ian 10, and be by Abdallah 1. Adir
ondack's dam was Madge, dam ol Vol
unteer 55, sire of St. Julian. 2:11 M.
ADIRONDACK is the sire of Bonnie
Bell. 2:24'4'; Flora T. 2:35; Annie B,
2 :40 ; Adrian, 2 :44 ; Ambler, 2 :44f, abe
the dam of Longitude, 2:18.
TERMS, $10 for season. $15 for insur
ance. For further arti ulsre inquire in
Oregon City of H.,C. SLOPER.
Complete stock of
Fine Family Groceries.
Try my extra
Main and Fourteenth Streets.
Opp. Huntley's Drug Store,
All Kinds of Watches,
Clocks and Jewelry Repaired
FORTY YEARS EXPERIENCE IN
Great Britain and America.
Give me atrial.
J. P. LOWE,
WatcbMer NejcttfIert 8tar ' '
atti JeWelGr Worlc Warranted.
A Trial Is Asked.
DR D. 8. 8TKYKER, DENTIST, HAS RE
moved to Odd Fellows' temple S. W. Cor. 1st
and Alder, Portland, Oresttn. .