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OREGON CITY, OREGON, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1897.
0M?v-; , III
We keep a full assort
ment of all kinds and
sizes. Air tight. Do
not need any recom
mendation. Once in
your house you will
never be without. Come
and inspect our im
mense stock. Prices
from $3.75 and up.
BELLOMY & JiUSClI,
OREGON CITY - OKEGON
SECOND-HAND TRUKS '
ALL TO BE SEEN
OREGON CITY AUCTION HOUSE
HTProduce Taken in Exchange.
EfFOome in and see our prices before
Ml I I I
You serve to your
guests create as
distinct an impres
sion among them
as your silver,
your linen or your
If you wantexra
nice tea and the
very finest flavored
coffee, you can
s uely depend up
setting them here.
' . Better be sure than
E. E. Williams
I I Mi
But how low can we make the price, is the
question we ask ourselves when marking our
goods for sale. That's what makes ours an
ever-paneling business, it's a potent advertiser;
it tells the story through the purse in thousands
of homes, only to be retold in countless others
by appreciative money savers.
CHAHMAN & SON,
Dealers in DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
HATS, CAPS, FURNISHING GOODS
and GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Call
at the Pioneer Store of Charman & Son
before buying elsewhere.
. The Gebmania Market.
Is the cheapest place in the city
to buy t t t t t
FIRST-CLASS FRESH MEATS
Seventh Street, Near Depot, Oregon City.
Paul J. Scholz, Prop. t t t t
JTtTlE have received in the past few days OVER
5 A FIFTY CASES of NEW FALL GOODS.
T T I All our orders were placed before the advance
in prices, and our customers will find us as
low as Portland's largest houses and much lower than same "
goods can be bought for in Oregon City.
If you want. . .
LADIES' or GENTS' FURNISHINGS,
FANCY DKY GOODS or
Be 'sure and visit the... ,
r..G,AA rVi.,t- Circurnn fiitv Or.
Regular October fleeting Held on
Recorder Ryan reported following
license receipts for past month :
A. W. Phillips, express '.$ 10 00
J. W.Oole, saloon 200 0:1
Hill & Munsey. saloon 2 0 (:0
P. Hemim-lgarn, saloon 200 00
Bioscope Co 15 00
G H. Young, second hand store. 8 00
W. L. Block, " " . 3 00
Total $031 00
Warrants drawn on general fund $729 88
Warrants drawn on cemetery fund 47 40
The treasurer reported the following
General fund receipts $fi296 01
" disbursements.. 4255 i'6
Ealance on hand 2"40 75
Water fund receipts 1887 72
" disbursements . . . 1862 29
Balance 25 43
Cemetery fund receipts 133 92
" disbursements. 47 40
Balance 86 52
Seventh Street fund receipts.. 148 28
" " disbursements 22 90
Balance. 125 3S
T. F. Ryan, recorder .$.'5 00
" revising ordinances. . .. 40 00
P. E. Burns, chief of police 60 0
E. L. Shaw, nightwatchman 60 80
(?ha8. Babcock, work on streets.. 97 50
L. Dickeln.an, cleaning Main St.. 32 00
O. H. Dye, prosecutor 5 00
P. Hemelgarn, meals at jail 1 20
Joseph Andrews, burying dog I 0'
Press, publishing ordinances .... 10 50
G. R. H. Miller, use -jack screws. 3 00
Pope & Co., nails and hardware. . 2 70
Wilson & Cooke, nails, etc 3 49
George Broughton, lumber 355 90
Hollister & Potter, 50 dog tags. . . . 3 00
P G E Co., lights for September. .167 60
Peter Neh ren 5 00
H. E. Straight, treasurer 40 00
T.E.Kraft, plastering 6 50
Geo. A. Harding, electric lamps.. -1 60
A. Walker, painting city hall. . . .136 2d
M. F. MeCown, special police .... 2 00
The following recommendations of
finance committee were adopted:
That note due city be taken up by
a new note.
That suit against E. S. R. R. Co. for
annulment of franchise be' dismissed.
That council will discuss with county
officers pavment of half repairs on sus
pension bridge when Oregon City shall
have received the road fund money due
it from county.
That water commission issued a war
rant for ameunt due the city, as same
can be sold at par by the latter.
Saloon licenses of A. Kuapp, I. G.
Rambo and J. N. Miller renewed.
Remonstrance of O. Howell and M. N.
Howell against improvement of 12th
street in front of their property filed.
Petition of T. E. Gault for leave of
Finance committee reported the com
pilation of the new city ordinances.
Council adjourned to meet next Wed
COR.; FRONT A, TAYLOR STS., PORTLAND, OREGON
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office In Oiogon City Bnnk Block.
Oregon City. .... onieow.
C. H. .ISOM,
Civil Engineer &, Deputy County Surveyor
Will be ai Court Home on Put lid .
and ou regulftr session days of
: J. W. WELCH,
Opposite P. O., Oiikoon City, Or.
Gbo. C. Bbownsll. J. U. Campbiu..
BROWNELL & CAMPBELL,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Oaufleld Building Oregon City, Ore
C. N. GREENMAN,
Royal make the food pure,
wholesome and delicious.
BOVAl GAKINQ POWDER CO.. NPWVOHK.
Clerk Dixon and Sheriff Grace Tues
day drew the following jury list for the
term of circuit court to begin here No
vember .1 :
John Sutherland , farmer Barlow
ina Kirkley, for di
sale of mortgage
J.S. Kirkley vsl
vorce and costs
Joe Parrott vs IK U, Wheeler etal, for
judgment for $5 '0 ari l $75 attorney fee,
H A Yorphal
L P Williams
Geo H Webster
J W Roots
V J Currin
B G Casper
F M Manning
E S Calkins
" .. Canyon Creek
" .. .Eagle Oreek
" .. ..Eagle Creek
" ... .Eagle Creek
" . .Lower Molalla
" . . . .Maple Lane
" . . . .Maple Lane
" Milk Creek
" ...Pleasant Hill
Final report of Ward B.Lawton, ad
ministrator of the estate of Ambrose S.
Lawton, approved and administrator;
Philip A. Baker, administrator of the
estate of Mrs. Augusta Melcher,
authorized to pay certain claims against
the estate with money received from
the Portland Saving bank on the 5 per
cent dividened recently made by that in
stitution on money due the estate.
Hearing on the final report of J. T.
Drake, administrator of Elizabeth Drake,
set for November 2nd, at 1 o'clock p. m.
Sale of real estate to John Tavlor, by
Edna Taylor, administratrix of the estate
of Peter Taylor, confirmed.
Final report of Fred A. Ely, adminis
trator of the estate of Christina Vermil
zei, approved and administrator discharged.
Will of G.W. Sampson filed bequeath
ing to widow 13 acres and buildings and
10 acres to Mrs. Cora Beattie. M. E.
Beattie was appointed executor of will.
Circuit Court Actions.
The followi'.g actions were filed in
circuit court since October 7th:
M E McCarver vs Eliza Coleman.
Clans Krohn vs Wiebke Krohn, for
divorce and care of four children.
Assignment of Wanda Zimmerman to
G.B. Dimick. Assets as listed consists
of fixture valued at $174.50 and liquors
valued at $87.5H, total 222.( 0. Liabili
ties 1 isted a re : G a m br i n u s B re w i n g Co . ,
Portland, $550;' Eugene Hock, Portland,
20.5'; Naber All's A Brune, San Fran
cisco, $35 ; Multach & Bundschu, S.in
Francisco, $90 ; Earnest Miller. Portland,
$110; Louis Feurer, Portland, $235 ; to al
$131)7.5 1. !
Mathias Butola vs Alliert Francis, for j
$56.93 aiid $50 attortipy fees. I
Portland Flouring Mill Co. vs Jacob!
Geo. Foreman vs Duren H. Tuttle, et
al, to quiet title to 150 acres in sections !
14 and 23 in township 2 south of range '
Born, to the wife of Wm. Casey, a son,
on September 27.
Grandma Seely is spending a few
months in Astoria with her grandaugh
ters, Miss Whitmoreand Mrs.Elsworth.
Mrs. Wm. Brobst of Wilsonvilln is
visiting her people in Illinois this winter.
Miss T wink Graham of Grahams' Ferry
made Portland and friends a visit last
Joseph Roberts, we understand, is to
move in our midst this winter.
Amiel Yeager has purchased a fine
new spring toath h irrow.
Mr. I'eperof Wilsonville intends erect
ing a fine new "hull for public use.
C. T.Tooze is having some g'ubbing ; children
and clearing done this winter.
Rev. Jerome and Mrs. Barber, former
ly of this place, are now residing in
Guss Yeager intends moving on his
new farm soon.
Emaniel Sebastine of Idaho, formerly
of this place, who was recently killed
with a runnaway team, leaves many
friends and a few relatives here. A wife
and two children survive him.
The fine new residence of Jim Turner
of Frog Pond iB quite an improvement
to that neighborhood.
October 7. Anna.
W W Marrs, laborer Cr g n City
Thomas Gibbs, laborer. . . , .Oregon City
James Adkins, lumberman. ... . ..Canby
A F Parker, b.irber. . , Park Place
Before furnishing your ho'ise call at
Young's second-hand store and he will
fit you out for less than one-quarter of
what new goods would cost.
The mission of Hood s Sarsaparilla is
to cure disease, and thousands of testi
monials prove it fulfills its mission well.
Mothers Praise Hood's Sarsaparilla,
because, by its great blood em idling
qualities, it gives rosy cheeks and
vigorous appetites to pale ana puny
(Established 1805 )
Parcels delivered to all parts of the city.
THOS. F, RYAN,
Notary Publio and Real Estate Broker-
Leading Insurance Aokncy of Clack am
Money to Loan. Abstracts of Title Made.
Drawing of l.t'Kul iiocumc.ts a Specialty
Office on east side of Main street
Between 6th and 7th.
C. D. & D. C. LAT0DRETTE
Attorneys at Law,
Commercial, Real Estate and
Probate Law Specialties.
: OREGON CITY.
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Mill Peed; Lime, Cement
ar.d Land Plaster.
The Commercial Bank
OF OREGON CITY.
Transacts General Banking Business
Loans made. Bills rllsccmnled. Mules eo
lections. Buys and sells exchange on all point
in the United States and Knrnne and on Hong
Kong. pepQslts received subleel to check.
Bank open from 9 A.M. to 4 P. M,
D.C. LACOITRKITK, .. K.K. DO ALDBOM
Still cloudy but no rain.
J. H. Sexton is going to leave
soon. He mov 8 to Portland.
John t-cott of Elwood was the guest of
P E Bonney and wife Sunday.
Colton must be very attractive for
som body from Clackamas was lingering
near the pnnd laHt Sunday.
J. (iorbett and son, Andrew, .went fc
J 0. .ill is building the chimney in
S. H. Dix's new house.
Ira Bonney of Hubbard was visiting
S. H. Dix and family Sunday.
School will commence in district No.
"i the first Monday in November with
B Yedder as teacher.
Mips Bessie Ilubliard was the guest of
Mrs. Sexton last Wednesday.
Mr. Edgecoine has been seriously ill
for some time.
October 9 Atthonhk.
MOST STYLISH FURS
AND AT THE LOWEST PRICES
1 43 Third Street.,
' . t
Henry Scheel of Bissell died on the
7th, aged ?A years. He leaves a widow
and one child. His mother died in
August, 18'J3, and his father in April,
School commenced on the 4th. The
children were happy when they met
Fred Schiewe vs Jacob and B. Kurz, their favorite teacher again
for $l00 and for injunction preventing October 8th.
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