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OREGON CITY COURIER
OREGON CITY, OREGON, FRIDAY OCTOBER 23, 1806.
PLANE ON THE FACE...
of it, and certainly too plain to be
denied. What is T Why. the
superiority of our tables and furni
ture to anything shown else
where. We sell
Oak Extension Tables for. . . .$6.00
Large Center Stands 1,75
Kitchen Tables , 100
Leaf Tables '. 2.00
And everything else proportionaly
IIELLOMY k BUSCH
ROySl Oi IliT6rp00l-Doa business i the world.
Nora BriUsb & HercanUleI oro,o,:oo:,"M the w',,a' 86"
Son of London-ide,t prei flr ""-no osioe woria.
JEtOft Of Hartf0rd--Lret aA be,t Araerlcau company.
Continental of New York u f Amw eompanies
AND OTHER FIRST-CLASS INSURANCE COMPANIES
The Tiavelers Insurance Company of Hartford
Largest, oldest and best aecldeat Insurance company In the world, and
1m does Tory larce Ufa iniunnot bustneee.
,'...oui, ox m roa blottui id gaukdabs ,
F. E. DONALDSON, at Commercial Bank.
-G. H. BESTOW 4
DOORS, WINDOWS, MOULDING and BUILDING
LOWEST CASH PBICES EVEE OFFERED FOB FIE8T-CLA88 GOODS.
Steady your nerves, and
perfect your digestion
by using bread made
from our whole wheat
flour. It is made from
the whole wheat berry
except the out side hull,
or bran, which is a woody
substance, irritating and
indigestible. Bread made
from this flour is not so
white as that made from
the pale white roller flour,
but it is far superior for
food as it contains all the
gluten, germ, and oily
matter of the wheat and
is much sweeter than
graham or any ' other
bread not sweetened
ONCE TRIED ALWAYS USED.
. E. E. WILLIAMS,
School Books 1
Our. store is a state depository
for school books and we carry in
stock every book used in Clack
amas county and they are sold
hop Opposite Congregational Cliiirch, Main Street, Oregon City, Oregon
" for CHOICE CUTS and-TENDER MEATS go to - -PETZOLD
& GALE'S CASK MAUKETO.
Seventh Street, Corner of Center, on the Hill.
Main St., Opposite Caufield Block.
Two Shops, - Oregon City, Oregon.
Our stock of school supplies was
bought in large quantities and
for cash. We can give you
more for your money in SLATES,
TABLETS, PENCILS, INK,
and all of this line than you
ever got before. Special prices
We buy and sell second-hand
Huntley's Book Store,
OREGON CITY, OREGON.
- H. STRAIGHT,
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
Mill Feed, Lime, Cement
and Land Plaster.
Proceedings of October Session Con
tlnued from Last Issue.
The following road accounts wars ax.
amfned and approved and ordered paid
out oi cuunijr lunu :
District No. 1
Douglas Siefer k Kee ;.l 8 40
W U Uounseil 6 00
John Stuckey g oo
R Scott 8 5
How Harlow 8 25
Andrew Pixley 4 BO
Henry Hastily 4 80
Geo Slooney 3 75
Oley Botney., 8 75
District No. 2
Douglas Siefer & Kee 13 75
W H Counsell 28 00
IS Payn 30 00
E Lyons 27 00
Hiram Bittin tf 60
Mat Becker ,. 9 00
USPayu .' 7 60
E Hall , 15 00
Con Battin 12 00
Gid Willard 4 60
Marlon Phillip 4 60
Steve Alverson 3 00
Joseph Schlegel 3 00
District No. 3-
Douglas bieler & Kee 6 05
' ' 10 55
" " . " ...... 26 84
J 1) Elliott & Co 5 10
Marlon Hilliary 10 64
A W Cooxe, road fund 17 00
Orin Grifflm ' 7 60
Elmer Far 2 25
District No. 4
H F Currin 9 00
Harvey Gibson 2 00
District No. 5
W H Fitzpatrick, road fund 12 00
J Kite, road 10 60
C Burghardt, road 3 00
M Wheeler " 12 00
D Hite . " 4 60
C Wheeler " 3 00
District No. 7
J H A'eaver 11 05
Adolf Aschoff. 8 84
Chas Leaf 7 50
District No. 11-
Wm Bearoaa. 2 50
W H Smith 9 00
OEnnigh 5 25
A Richardun. - 6 00
Ell Rivers 6 00
O E Smith.. 12 00
J H Jones 20 54
District No. 13
WC Ward.... 5 00
OB Ward... 36 00
Eoomi 76, 77, 79, Dekum
Man; of 017 friend. lu
trouble to find me; hence
H. W. JACK0N
Mishlnlst and Locksmith,
Bicycles, Umbrellas, Sewing Machlnei, Gum
and all kind 01 imell machinery re
paired. Price, reasonable.
Shoo un Seventh Street. Opposite Depot
lia55PJTl 'f """" ' 'Iff """Iff" ""fflwiiy
Artistic House Painting
Removed from Holman's Old Stand to Nex
Door to Coukiik Building on Seventh tit reel,
Near Depot, Oregon City, Oregon.
Noblitt Livery and Sale Stable
OREGON CITY, OREGON,
0s the Street betweea the Bridge and the
Double and (ingle rig. and .addle boraea a
ways ou band at ibe lowest rates, and aoorral
aleo eonneciea nu me Darn lor loose swes.
Any Information regarding any kind of atock
promptly auenaeo 10 oy letter or person.
HOMES BOCOHT OB SOLD
place on sale Satuiv
day one case of Gents'
Natural Wool UndeiV
weaivA regular 85
cent quality at 50
cents per garment.
GEO. A. HARDING,
Standard Pat. Medicines.
Paints, Oila and Window Glass.
PraeriftUmM Accurately Compounded
Job Printing at the
F Collins 33 00
Hamilton 1 60
B E Courtwrlgbt 75
District No 14-
J L Swafford, .. ......... .40 00
Geo Swsffurd. .'.:v. . . . . a; . ; . .... 18 00
R Tulier.. 19 60
0 Ely 28 50
J Forbes 9 00
J Pierce 15 75
J Shelley 3 75
M Randall 3 00
J Myers 3 00
FF While. ... 10 00
District No. 17
LD Shank 84 75
District No. 18
E W Hornshuh 4 00
Emll Guenthtr 2 25
Phillip Messanger -2 25
Ernest Guenther 1 12
Emil Hornshuh 3 00
W WMay 13 00
Victor Erickson 10 50
Will Jones..... 9 00
John E. Jones 7 50
Preston Cooper 75
District No. 20
Trullinger Bros, road turn! 5 76
T 8 Stiup 3 25
JO Marts " 20 00
District No. 27
Guy DunlaVy, road fund 6 25
1 s Drake " 4 ou
District No. 30
G W Prosser 14 55
CCBoland 6 00
A H Bullock 4 60
F E Davidson 3 75
Tbos Chuck 3 00
G W Bnland 2 50
GW Smith ; 4 50
A Rankin 3 75
Jas Monroe 3 75
AHBoland 9 00
LA Shipley 7 60
LD Eaton... 00
R OMenstat 3 00
J R Hayes 6 00
W Shiult-y 5 25
FWWauker.... 3 00
G H Locey 75
Tualatin Mill Cj 6 53
PA Baker, road fund.... 10 00
was ordered to repair four bridges In his
neighborhood, or rebuild if necessary
The allowance for the support of Mrs
Cannon was ordered discontinued after
A warrant lor V 10 per month was
ordered iarued In favor of Mrs. Wlnesett
for the care aod keeping of Ruby Cannon
In the matter of the sale of lots 3 sod
6, block 111, Oregon City, the proposi
tion of H. E. Cros to surrender his title
to Clackamas county to lot 3, block 111
was accepted upon the payment of cer
tain delinquent taies. Mr. Cross aleo
authorised the county to make a deed to
Wm. Andresen of lot 6 is the same
Ail olds lor county poor farm were
The Epworth League had i very inter
esting popcorn social last Tuesday eve
mng at the residence of Mr. Marion
Johnson. An admission fee of five cents
was charged at the door. The net pro
ceeds of the evening were $3.10.
The new minister, Mr. Kennedy,
preached his first sermon last Sunday at
the M.E. church.
Willis Johnson had a friend from
Washington visiting him over Sunday
Rev. Mr. Ourd of Tacoma, worshipped
at the Congregational church Sunday.
The Salvation Army will hold services
at the Coturregaiional cliufch everv
Wednesday evening. All are pleased
with this arrangement with about two
The populists and republicans both
will have speaking this week at the
We understand that Miss Laura John
son is expected home from the. coast
almost every day. She has made quite
an extended visit and will receive a
hearty welcome home.
Miss Mabel Laurence led the Epworth
League last Sunday evening. There was
a good attendance and quite an interest
Clackamas has a new doctor from
West Virginia, but his stay will be brief
as we learn that he does not intend to
Mrs. Moler of Oregon Oiiy is visiting
with Mrs. Georgia Paddock whilst Mf.
Moler Is off on huntJ - -'r O. 4
CAUFIED BLOCK, OREGON CITY..
Fred Baker 5 62
Frank Shaip " 3 00
Eli Platts " 1 50
Henrv Platts " 1 50
Chas Thompson 1 60
Henry Baker " 4 mi
Uhas Polifka " 2 62
Oscar Larson " 2 62
Tboa Turner " 2 00
A Hedricks " I 50
Claua Peters 1 60
District No. 32
J C Smock 7 35
E S Calkins 19 00
W O Heater 14 00
Dick Lee 6 25
Chris Willhehm 150
Louis Nicond 12 00
C 8 Calkins 160
Aneust HoiHaacer 2 10
Nelson & McMillan 74 73
Joaeph Voss 51 28
Ed Gutter et at petition for road;
Damages allowed Henry Meinke $5;
M. Grafenliain 15. Expense account
N. Rath, 1 day and 7 miles, $2.70; II.
Lins. 1 day and 7 miles. 12.70 , Peter
Clausen, 1 day and 7 miles, f 2.70.
Petition of E S Bramhall et al asking
court to inspect Bull Run bridge granted
and court concluded to visit said bridge
in the near future.
W. II. Fitzpatrick, road supervisor,
COLTON. ; '
Most of the farmers are plowing while
the sun shines.
The Ooltonites organized a Sunday
school last Sunday with W. Wilson as
superintendent, and Mrs. O. Gorbett as
sistant superintendent, S. F. Dix secre
tary and B. W. Bonney treasurer.
J . F. Huddleson went to Portland last
Wednesday on a visit to his brother
Miss Minnie Carlson has gone to Port
land to work.
J. H. Wright, wife and three children,
Misses Ellen Bonney and Grace Gorbett
were tho guests of J. H. Sexton last
N. F. Freeman and family, J. Gorbett
and wife were the guests of S. H. Dix
and family Inst Sunday.
John Dolan met with a serious accident
one day last week. He was thrown
from his horse and two or three ribs
broken. It is the second time in the
last few months that he has been
seriously hurt and as hn is an old man
his recovery will be very slow.
One day this week while Frank
Robeson and Tom Leman were hunting,
Robeson accidently shot Leman. Several
shot hit him in the face while some
struck his hand, wounding him so that
he has to carry his arm in a sling.
Seraplnne Vace of Wasco county was
the guest of J. Gorbett and family two
or three days last week.
October 10. Lystkr.
Miss Maude Blanchard, who has been
sick for the last two weeks has so far
recovered as to be up and around.
Mr. J. B. Ziegler has sold his place to
Mr. Kellogg of Portland, and has moved
to Oregon City.
Mr. Meade had the misfortune to have
his cow killed by the cars last Monday.
Reece Blanchard had the misfortune
of being kicked by a horse. His jaw
was fractured. He is getting along very
well and we hope he will soon recover.
The Willamette Falls school house is
nearing completion. It overlooks Ca
nemah and the surrounding country.
They were ringing the, bell and the flag
was waving through the air yesterday.
October 21st. Pboohkss.
Buckles' Arnica Salve.
Tin Best Salvc in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, 8ores. Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
Fev?r Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup
tions, and positively cures Piles, or no ,
par rearmed, n la guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction or money refunded.
Price 25 cents per box For sale by
Cbarman A Co.
For Bryan and Silver.
The following speakers and dates have
been arrangod by the Bryan Union Sil
ver campaign committee.
Hon. Ben Hay den, Oregon City,28th,7 iSO
" Harry Watkin's " " 7:30
" W. T. Rigdon, Logan Grange Hall,
Hon. W. T. Rigdon .Springwater ,23d ,7 :3 J
' " ' " Highland, 24th, 1 100
" " Beaver Creek school
house, 24th, 7:30. '
Hon. W. T. Rigdon, Pleasant Hill, 26th,
Hon. W. T. Rigdon, Union school house
Hon. W. T. Rigdon, Macksburg school
house, 27th, 1 00.
Hon . V. T. Rigdon, Mulino Grange Hall
Hon. E. Hofer, Oregon Oity, November
2d, st 7:30. .
Geo. Ojle will speak at the following
Soda Springs, Friday. October 23, 7:30
Union Hall, Saturday, " 64, "
Garfield, Monday, . " 28,
George, Tuesday, " . 27, ."
Damascus, Wednesday, " 28, "
Mink, Thursday, " 29, "
Elliott Prairie, Saturday, " 31, "
Marquam, .Monday, November 2, "
The following is a list of the jurors
drawn Saturday morning by Clerk Elmer
Dixon and Sheriff Grace to serve at the
November term of court to meet Monday,
November 2, the place of residence and
occupation of each being also given :
H. Gregory, New Era, farmer.
Joseph Graham, Union, farmer.
P. T. Davis, Clackamas, farmer.
W. W. Irvin, Barlow, butcher.
C. Kocher, Barlow, farmer.
C. R. Noblett, Oregon City No. 1, liv
Ira Bell, Springwater, farmer.
Heth Young, Damascus, farmer.
R. W. Porter, Caneinah, blacksmith.
W. II. Boring, Boring, farmer. ,
John Epperson, Eagle Creek, farmer.
John Everhart, Upper Molalla, farmer.
I. D. Taylor, West 8ide, clerk.
Albert Walling, Oswego, farmer.
8 J. Oglesby, Bsrlpwfarmerv a
J. Si Noe, Needy, farmer.
J. H. Eaton, Beaver Creek, farmer.
.' E,' Hilton, Needy, farmer, , ' ' iV
UWIshart, Oregon City No. 2,'
merchant.' ' '
O. P. Sharp, Tualatin, farmer.
Berry Buckner, Beaver Creek, farmer.
J. A. Stuart, Oregon City No. 1, laborer.
J. R. Cole, Lower Molalla, farmer.
B. F. Linn, Maple Lane, lumberman,
C. G. Stone, Viola, farmer,
Geo. Knight, Canby, farmer.
8. E. Ilillman, Pleasant Hill, farmer.
J. II. Revenue, Cascades, merchant.
T S. Stipp, Upper Molalla, farmer.
J. Mallett, Milk Creek, farmer.
George Maple, Abernethy, carpenter.
W. E. Bonney, Canyon Creek, farmer.
Robert BeHle, Tualatin, farmer.
C. G.Stone left the country since his
name was put on the jury list and George
Maple moved to Marion county, so the
last named two were drawn in their
The season of the year has arrived
when the proprietor of a newspaper
naturally expects to receive some com.
pensation for his labors. The amounts '
due us from subscribers are individually
small, but taken in the aggregate they
amount to quite a large sum, During
these hard times it taxes all one's ener
gies to keep a paper afloat. Please try to .
send us a dollar or two on account, or if
you are unable to get the dollar and have
pro luce send or bring that and we will
allow you market price.
You and" we may differ as to
money standard's and out of
our very differences food may
come. But we won't differ as
to the merits of one standard
emulsion of cod-liver ciL
SCOTT'S EMULSION has
won and held its way for
nearly 25 years in the world of
medicine until to-day it is al
most as much the standard in
all cases of lung; trouble, and
every condition of waiting
whether in child or adult as
quinine is in malarial fevers.
Differ on the money ques
tion if you will, but when it
comes to a question of health,
perhaps of life and death, get
Your (Truvgut atQs Scott's EmuUoa.
Two tiza, 50 cti. aaJ JJX0
SCOTT b COWXE. :.w York.