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OREGON CITY, OREGO, FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 1896.
Yei. that's the subject to talk about
now, (or the two-fold reason that it's
Spring, and we are offering opportunities
for carpet buying which are the wonder
of the hour. There's nothing remarka
ble In low prices for goods which no
one wants, or in high class carpetings
being sold at figures which only the
rich can touch. Our figures for new,
handsome, and attractive patterns in
carpets, rugs, mattings, oilcloths,
linoleums, etc, make buying easily
possible for all. No jab lots of have
been here: Carpets, 15c a yard and
upwards. Matting 10c a yard and
BELLOMY Si BUSC1I, The llousefurnlshers, OREGON CITY
Royal ol Liverpool .. bu.m... ....... w..ri.i.
.. . ma.MI I.aret aweta In the world. 50..
North British & Mercantile ooVom.
Sao of Londono,,o"t i,ure, flre uranoe om'" the wor,d'
tna Of HartfOrd LrKert..dbe.tAmerlcaucora..y.
Continental of New York-' bMt Amer,0"n ","a,M
AND OTHER FIRST-CLASS INSURANCE COMPANIES""
The Tiavelers Insurance Company ol JHarofft;
LWt, old..t .nd bait HOld.nt In.uranc. company In th. world, and
. . iia. aH.nuMMa hiialUAaa.
I! Build Uo
Steady your nervea, and
i-erlect yotir digestion
iv using bread made
from our wlir.Te wheat
flour. It is made from
the whole wheat berry,
except the outside bull
or bran, which is a woody
substance, irritating aad.
indigestible. Bread made
from this flour is not bo
white as thiit made from
the pale white roller flour,
but is far mpeiior for
food as it contains nil the
gluten, germ, and oily
matter of the whent and
is much sweeter than
graham or any other
bread not sweetened,
OMCB TItlKD ALWAYS USED.
F F WIIIIAMS
Sal II IbkMIIIIW) ill
The Grocer. J
..CALL OH MB IO BLOTTKBS AMD CALIXDAM
F. DONALDSON, at Commercial Bank, j
,,. .; t. , .' ' A .-A ' v.';..: 'i7t
With past achievements, but always
striving to out-do our former efforts.
You will find our store bright with
NEW -SPRING . RAIMENT,"
most pleasing to the eye and quite
the correct style to buy.
CHARMAN & SON.
Scientifically tested and properly
fitted with spectacles or nose
Solid Sterling Silver Thimbles, only 15c,
by mail 17c, stamps taken.
...Watch and Jewelry Repairing a Specialty...
THE IOWA JEWELER,
3Q5 Morrison srteet, JSS Portland, Oregon
for CHOICE CUTS and TENDER MEATS goto
pTZOLD ft GAME'S CAS MftKikfeio,
1 Seventh Street, Corner of Center, on the Hill.
Main St., Opposite Caufield Block.
Tw.Sh.p., ' " Orw City, Oreooa.
to- p. E BESTOW k CO.
DOORS WINDOWS, MOULDING and BUILDING
LOWEST CASH TBICES EVEB OFFERED FOR FIRST-CLASS GOODS.
tb? Oppo.lt. Cou,r...tlo.l Ch.r.1.. Ml. -t.t. Or.... Clt,, Q,tKon.
- R -1 - P - A N - S
ONE GIVES RELIEF.
Mr aud Mrs. Weitwenborn returned
Tuesday from Glencoe, where they have
been visiting their daughter, Mrs.
Walters. A new grandson causes
smiles to spread over their jolly face,
iliaa Annie Weissenborn left on Friday
for Glencoe to spend a few weeks with
John Q. Gage got home on Saturday
from Little Nestucca country. John
came in on horse bad and reports the
roads over the coast mountains in fairly
good condition. The mountains are
still bare but down near the sea level
the swamp grass and woolen breeches
'is 8 or 10 inches high. . Tide grass i 4
to 6 inches high and stock is looking
Lalaaki Some tK are being caught
Clama are there iu abundances Some
ducks and geese were in the bay.
Weather not very stormy. .
Mrs. Jake Schats has been down with
pneumonia for some time and is not
yet able to be out.
Koad-boss Baker is not satisfied with
the elements tearing up the roads but
has put a crew of men and teama to
work plowing and grading and other
wise preparing for the road of the future,
such as we take pleasure in reading
The Oswego butcher has been here
buying np some tut sheep. We hear he
gave 2.75 per head.
Whore peaches got damaged by the
recent frosts? Or rather whose did not?
Oh yes! We have seen the instrument,
Weather Observer Pague furnished our
neighbor, Mr. Gige. The rain machine
is what is taking our eye now. Talk
about "rain makers," why ! we have not
seen a clear day since Mr. Gage sol that
there thing in his yard. Ti.e sunshije
machine is not yet on pins.
The wedding day i.f Miss OHie Gage
to Mr. Albert Holton has been made
public Wednesday, thelSinst., being
the day set, and the hour noon : place,
grange hall, Oswego.
We have not heard of any one having
to send freight money to Frisco this
season to help pay the eapenees on
their spuds. The lowest prices received
here were about 11c per cwt. net. I
Have you seen Fred Schatz new picket
fence? The pickets are sawed and
r lane J. Quite an inprovement to the
appearance of his farm.
P. M. Keutter has not got married.
A load of lumber baa been hauled up
near the postoffice and some of the girls
are waiting to see what sort of a cage he
ia going to put up before "grasping the
April 13. Lesgtht.
last Sunday on account o( bad weather.
One of the young men of our vicinity
slept so soundly the other night that "he
(lulled the pillow case off his pillow and
put his foot in It;" all done onconcious
ly. This caps the climax.
April 14. Daw Drop.
I Died, at the home of her mother,
Mrs. J. D. Bell, of Newburg, on the
morning ol April 8, at the age of 20
years, 9 months and 20 days, Mrs.
Frankie Brown, wife of Barton L.
Brown, now residing at Clackamas in
' ' Mrs. Brown wai well and favorably
known here having spent most of her
li.e in this county. She leaves her
husband, one son (Dale) 4 years old, a
mother, three sisters and one brother,
besides relatives and numerous friends
lo mourn her early departure. She bad
been a very patient sufferer for nearly
four years past. The entertainment
took plvce Wednesday at 1 p. m. at the
Pluasant Hill cemetery, the family rest
ing place. Services were conducted by
Bey . Jerome Barber of this place. Many
of, the deceased friends were not per
mitted to attend on account of the news
Ant reach iug them in time.
! Miss Louiot Bell, as she was known
as a girl, was loved as a young lady, she
was much loved a Mrs. Frankie
Brown, she was also loved by all who
knew her. She being kind to all, gen
erous, and forgiving In every respect,
and Vas a devoted member of the
Congregational church of Hood View
and while health and strength lasted
was a great worker in this faith .
-April 13th. Anna.
.We are having real April weather.
It rains, snows, hails and sunshines. I
think the fruit ia injured some. Cattle
are feeling the rough weather worse
than they did in the winter.
Mr. Hubbard has lost threw cows and
a'yeailiPC. "Mr. Hunter bad a cow
that Jell, on a hill aide and broke her
net! fhii it the time of tbt yr
whan farn r-ivc to tMi after Uralr
Grain in this vicinity ia coming up
nicely. All the seeding Is about fluished.
The general health in the neighbor
hoad ia good. Mr. Gorbett has so far
recovered from the fall he got in the
sawmill as to be about with a cane.
A beautilul bouquet waa presented to
your correnponde'nt by M 1. Hamuiet of
El wood. There were 14 or 13 different
kinds of flowers. Mrs. Haramet is an
Mr. Wm. Ball of Colton starts for
Baker City, Eastern Oregon, in a few
days, intending to-work in the mines.
E. Short and Wife spent the night of
the 8th iust. with Mr. and Mra. Gorhett.
He had just got through attending a
protracted meeting at Highland.
He expect to return in May.
Carl S. Green in improving his 40 acres
by having the underbrush cut out ef
ihe timber and as the public road runs
along by one side it will bean advantage
to the road .
A Mr. Green of Woodbnrn is preach
ing at the Wright school house. Those
that have beard him speak well of bis
The Colton school is progressing floe.
ly. There was to have been a spelling
school to-night but Mr. Dickey bad to
go home on account of the sickness of
April 10. Pixy.
Prooeedlnj if April Term A Long Ses
sion Nuimrom Bills Allawtd Fmi
f Road Laborers Re Established.
Weather is as usual very wet in this
part of the woods. An unexpected
snow storm came Monday night. -
The order of tbe daa seems to be,
sitting in the honse and watching it
rain, in this vbinity.
I. J. Bigelow left Sunday morning for
Chaa. Palmer came home Saturday
evening from Champoeg, where he has
Chaa. T. Bigelow is in Portland in
the S. Vincent hospital sick .
Fred Sailer still mends shoes and
There was no prayer meeting last
Wednesday evening or Punlay school
C. U Nash ba? rented Billy Wells'
There was a spelling school at tbe
school bouse last Saturday evening.
Joe Daniels and F. Albright have gone
down tbe Columbia to fish for salmon.
Mrs. Sinton Paine is very sick.
R . Uoucher will go lo the mountains
again about the 20th of this month.
There' will be a basket social and
dance at the Grange ball, near Mulino,
on Saturday evening, April 25th.
J. H. Kruse of Fulton will deliver a
short address before ihe baskets are
Mrs. A. L. Jones ia on the sick list.
Molalla Grange initiated five new
members last Saturday.
C. T. Howard haa recovered from a
severe spell of sickness, caused by
Bvcklea a Araica Salve. .
The Best 6alvb in the world for Cola,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Chilblains, Coma, and all Skin Erup
tions, and positively .curea Piles, or no
pay required, it in guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction or money refunded,
"rice 25 cents per box For sale Wy
tiaroian & Co.
G. E. Hayes, Judge.
R. Scott and F. Jagoar, Commis
sioners. Report of viewers on petition of J. 8.
Vaughan and J. R. Kinyon for a change
in Butteville and Graham's ferry road
laid over. Expense paid by petitioners.
Report of viewers on petition of R,
Staub et al for a road laid over till May
Report of viewers on petition of E.
Mclntyre et al for a county road accept.
ed and road ordered opened; expense
of f 17.85 ordered paid.
Report of viewers nn petition of J. B-
Culick et al for a road approved, ex
pense of $35 40 ordered paid and road
Report of viewers of damages on the
Daniel Mayor riad approved and road
ordered opened upon Davmer.t of 1130
by petitioners ; expense of $10.20 ordered
Report of viewers on C. C. Miller
road approved and road ordered opened
and damages of $50 paid; expensed
Petition of Ivan Olxen et al for a
county rod referred to 1). W. Kinnaird,
roadmaster, to investigate and report
Petition of S. D. Coalman for rates of
toll tube fixed on Mt. Hood and Barlow
road granted and rates established as
Four wheeled vehicle and team.. $2 00
Each additional suan of homes or
Two or four wheeled vehicle and
Each saddle horse with rider
Each horae or mnle with pack
Each horse or mnle (loose)
Each head of cattle (loose)
Each bead of sheep, goataor hogs.
Application of Mrs. Hattie Wooda for
aid from county granted and $5 per
month allowed besides $5 for immediate
Petition of E. 8. Bramhall et al for
the Bull Ran bridge to be rebuilt laid
over. .';.,". '
Petition of G. W. Proaaer JtMMor
wigea Joe,roaaV.wok . t btemai4
graniea ana wages restored to earn
rates as last year.
Petition, of Mrs. M. F. Brogan tor
damages on account of accident on
county road disallowed. .
Application of Meade Post for funen
expenses of Jonn HIggins granted and
$45 allowed out of indigent soldier fund
Annual report of Mt. Hood & Barlow
Road Co. filed and approved.
Petition of W. H. Counsell et al for
improvement of road referred to road
master to do what road fund of district
Application of N. Wulden for .assis
tance tor Mrs. Titus Adronicua eranted
and $4 per month allowed, to be draws
in favor of fl . Straight.
Application of R. Jonsrud for purchase
01 lax certincate to land assessed to
August Hannich and sold for 1894 taxes
Application of Nelson McUonnell et
al for relief for Mr. Louisa Lentz grant
ed and $8 per month allowed, to be
drawn in favor of 8 E. Hillman.
t Petition of Michael 8hafer t al for
the improvement of Peter Weiss road
referred to roadmaste r.
Twenty dollars allowed for care and
keeping and funeral expenses of Calvin
Harrington; allowance ordered discontinued.
I. D. Larking appointed commissioner
to extirpate Canada thistle in Marquam
Five dollars per month allowed for
care and keeping of J. Grindstaffand
family, to be drawn in favor of A. M.
Ordered that $100 be set aside aa con
Application of John Bliss for rebate
of road poll taxes granted .
Resignation accepted of George Ogle
as judge of election in Marquam precinct
and Frank J. Ridinga appointed to fill
Ordered that no futher snpport be
given Mrs. 8umner. ' ' ' ' '
Application of John dowser for
liquor license laid o,fer.
Application of H. If. Deely for a re
bate of delinquent taxes for 1893 granted
and sheriff ordered to take $14.72 as
Resignation accepted of L. E. Wise
aa jndge of election for Clackamas
precinct and F. W. Youmans appointed
Ordered that the county clerk shall
allow all persona to redeem properly
sold to comity for delinquent taxes
under section 2830 of code upon pay
ment of amount of all taxes and cost
on taxes of each year and the penalty
on tax for first year for which said
property may be sold, with interest at
rate of after the second year.
Report of clerk, recorder and sheriff
jOa fees collected approved.
.... 1 00
, 7 00
. 16 59
" 47 33
( 1 80
J O Bradley, assessor $208 00
til c, Bain, printing.; a 00
Couribh, printing, claimed $10.45 8 4-1
It I. llolman, coroner acrt 10 w
E P Randa, reestablishing gov
corners 13 50
H H Johnson, reestablishing gov
() Tel & Tel Co, coii't house exp. 6
Miller & Stevena '' " '
Glass & Prudhoinm", blank and
records, claimed 187 64 nJ
Madden & Crawford, blanks tn I
II S Gibson, educational meetings 12
H 8 Gibson, fees ford a. reports. 295
Isaac Lousignout, wood 8
Mrs D D Shindlur 6
S J Vaiitfhaii, hherilfs sect 2
Millard Hvait, alierirPa acet
claimed $56 10 54
Noblitt's ataUle, livery 12
W H Savage, sheriff's acct 7
E C Maddonk, telephone acct,
claimed $2.00.... 2
E C Maddock, board of prisioiiers 128
Thos Charman & Son, pauper acct 23
E E Williams, pauper 4
RLHolman . " 15
I Selling . " 2
OC Hoapilal " 200
Iloneyman. Pe Hart & Co, road
Western Wheeled Scraper Co,
road acct..... 158
Geo Broughton. road acct 330
Gladstone Saw Mill Co, road. . . . 8
Wilson St. Cooke, road acct 27
Enoa Cahill, " ,19
JRoaka " ' ' ' 4
Cyrus Jones, witness circuit court 6
J H Hickman, insane acct 5
J W Norria " ..... 10
ChasKrleger " " $7,dia
Juror feea in ounty court ...
Quvdianship ol Annie anil Kore,
' hostailer, committed to BAG
Stne fib Waterr,-
Edward mala, Claimed
State vs Thos Nelson, claimed
$17 75 18
8tate va Rnben Pankey, laid
State vnu Palinateer laid over.
, $16 46........... .
State va Louis Ueinx. claimed
$14 20 13
State vs D H Close ... 98
David King, claimed .
$67 95 62
State vs dim Silver i... 13
WmHi-lna !... 14
" II H Snow .claimed $14.90 14
Peter Nehrcn, bridge work 2
N M Mo dy, extra work on tax
Mrs E Watts, pauper acct..?.... 4
EnterpriM, printing, claimed
It J HendrloltM 1
Hiram 81 raiitht .. 10
O E Buiiib, i la-metl $5 4
Tiie firiPHt linn of silk umbrella to bo
found in the city at Bunneister fcAnder
A Baby's Life Saved.
"My baby had croup and was saved ty
Sliiloh'n Cure," write Mr. J. B. Mirtin, 'A
Huntsville.AU. Korsale by G. A. Harding.
' r ' Catarrh Cured.
Health and sweel breath secured by ShiMi'
Catarrh Remedy. Price 30 cent. Na..l
b Simmons Liver r egulator don 't
forget to take rt The Liver gets sluggish
during the Winter, just like all naturr
and the system becomes choked up tm
the accumulated waste, which brings m
Malaria, Fever and Ague and Rheuma
tism. You want to wake up your Liver
now, but be sure you take SIMMONS
LIVER REGULATOR to do It It also
regulates the Liver keeps It properly at
work, when your system will be free from
poison and the whole body Invigorated.
You get THE BEST BLOOD whea
your system is in At condition, and that
will only be when the Liver is kept active.
Try a Liver Remedy once and note the
difference. But take only SIMMONS
Liver regulator -it is Simmons
Liver Regulator which makes the
difference. Take it in powder or in liquid
already prepared, or make a tea of tf
powder; but take SIM MONS LlVER REGU
LATOR. You'll find the RED Z on every
package. Look for it
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